The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00485
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00485
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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KIWANIANS ENTER I Engineers Entertained I'I'Im..a..5. I Two Moore Haven REVETMENT WORK

By Joseph Spadaro o BASEBALL SUNDAYgRgqqqqqqqqqqqqqRRqRqqq 5 gn Boys Are DrownedClewiston

I Joseph Spadaro was host to a residents were shocked
group of U. S. Engineers, and their :you_ are a baseball fan, a fried and saddened Saturday afternoon by
r TOURNAMENT families Saturday and Sunday at Boca chicken fan, or If you like any sort the tragic drowning of two Moore\ LEVEETo

Grande, a resort island in Lee county of sport or fun, you will surely be Haven youths,. Jimmy Bishop, 7, and
I. famed for its beauty and the deep sea interested in attending the baseball W. ,G. ,Sealey", ,7, while wading in a
The Clewiston Kiwanis Club this fishing in the Gulf waters nearby.Mr. game t'o begin here promptly at 3:30 canal near the Glades county town prevent the erosion of the drag-
Sunday afternpon. Much excitement was created local- line section of levee by water from
week entered a team in the Diamond Spadaro, contractor of a sec-
i Ball Tournament to be staged in tion of levee on the Lake Okeechobee The contestants are the U. S. En- ly because of the message sent here waves off the lake, a concrete revetment -
gineers and the Clewiston team. Thp someone is being built around the toe
West Palm Beach next week on Tues- project, Is also owner of the searching for experiencedIn
reason for the and the plans of the levee on the canal and lake
day, Wednesday and Thursday Boca Grande Hotel and the Boca game the operation of a pulniotor. The
nings. The tournament is Grande Fishing Camp.' The engineer thereof are as follows: town was combed excitedly, but no side. Work was started at Diston Island
the East Coast Division of the .eve-I group were entertained at the Fish- Sunday afternoon the Engineerswere help was located here. pump station No. 2 just northof

diamond Ball Association, and ing Camp, where ample and com- scheduled to play Lake Placid It developed later that the instru- the J. E. Frierson farm. To date
consist of games between the teams fortable quarters were placed at and the Lake Placid fellows very ment which had ben placed at the about two miles have been completedand
located In the East Coast Division. their disposal. discourteously failed to appear. The disposal of those trying' to revive the only another half 'mile or so Is .

Nine teams have indicated their intention Boats and guides for Gulf fishingwere Clewiston team was invited to sub- youths. was not a pulmotor, but an left to be built before joining up with
of entering the tournament. provided by Mr. Spadaro, who stitute in order to prevent disap- artificial respirator which had been I a section of rock riprapping near the
pointment to the fans who had gathered loaned from the government east end of the McWilliams levee
The State Association has divided proved a genial and hospitable host, dredge, I
the state into four divisions; East and many engineers enjoyed their ; to witness the game. The Clew Welatka. The respirator is useful incases completed last year.J. .

Coast, West Coast, Ridge and North first experience at this unique sport. iston lads trounced the Engineers 6- of an electric shock, but is not F.. McLur;: inspector in chargeof
Florida Divisions. The winners of The guests included Lieutenantand 3, and the Engineers are out for re designed for use: on' drowning per- the work for the government,

each of the four Division championships Mrs. Richardson Selee and venge. Not only that, a unique arrangement sons. states that the crew is laying be-

4 will meet for a chance at the daughter Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. has been made, giving the The accident, which occurred about tween a quarter and a third of a .
state championship at a place to be Southard and child, Mr. and Mrs. gate, receipts to the losing team, noon, was witnessed by three negroes mile of the concrete each week. It
'' designated later. I. M. Pafford and daughter, Ann, which must arrange a fried chicken who were fishing near the place i I is estimated that there are about 30

' tVt j.fI The, Kiwanis Club in making its of Clewiston, Mr. and Mrs. E., W. dinner for both teams. where the boys were wading. One of I miles to be built, Mackenzie being
entry submitted the following list Digges and children, Josephine and Needless to say, places on tho the negroes had warned the youngsters the only one of the contractors it .

of 18 men, from whom players for Billy, ,and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simp- teams will be at a premium. It is that the canal was very deep. present engaged in building levee ,

the tournament will be chosen., son, of Moore Haven, Joe Johnson, expected that E. W. Digges, man- An eight year old, brother, Fulton, known to have taken the contractfor
.Howard Campbell, Coburn Moore, L. C. Sturgis, W. W. Liddell, M. R. ager of the Engineers team, ,will of the Sealey lad was with the boys laying the revetment with hie

Hookie Avant, Curly Freedlund, Cy Lawler, J. B. Dotterer, F. J. Nebiker, cinch his place at the banquet table and was a helpless witness to the levee contract.
b' Crews, William Yeomans, Dick W. S. Cowart, Major and Mrs. R. H. by pitching for the government lad- drowning. Fulton Sealey ran home for The work requires a total crew of

I \ Hooks, Ed Clark, Gratton George, Collins, W. S. Cowart, Mr. and Mrs.F. dies. Cy Crews, who will manage his father, but the negroes, as quickly 147 I men and practically all of the :

I. Beder Nail, Campbell Nall, Russell M. Sathre, of Clewiston and Mr. the Clewiston team, is expected to- as 'possible, summoned- help from, work is hand labor. Eight men are ''
' Whidden, Joe Cato, Junior Thomas, and Mrs. J. F. McLure of Moore use Porter Hendry on the mound.Ed a nearby fish house. I used to load the barges with shell : ,

Harold Lang, Willie Duke, Red Haven. Butler and Elbert Stewart, be- The body of the Bishop boy was ,from the spoil bank on the ,old lake ",
I' Hawkins and Tom Shelley. -- cause neither like fried chicken, found on the second attempt of the canal, this shell being the only ag- ': _

I These men are meeting each evening have been selected as the impartial men from the fish house, but it was I gegate used In the concrete mi"-." .

for practice and will be in good St. Lucie Canal Work umpires. three-quarters of an hour later be- ture.; A very lean mix is used, aboutseven ...,
form next week for the tournament. The teams will doubtless use many fore the many rescue workers who I parts shell to one part ce ,
Nearing Completion substitutes during the game in orderto gathered quickly were successful., I ment. The mixer operates on a big,

I satisfy all cravings for fried chicken. Vernon Bryant located the body of barge and is easily pulled along the _

CANDIDATE FOR SPEAKER: Work which has been underwayfor They are extremely anxious to W. G. Sealey lodged beneath a bankof : bank as the work progresses, the con-

VISITOR IN CLEWISTONW. several months by forces of the !I have a good crowd at the game in or- hyacinths. Medical aid and the"efforts crete being poured from,a gangplank .
U. S. Engineers extending the by der that the treasury may be filled of volunteer workers applying directly into the forms.

McL. Christie. Jacksonville, pass at Lock No. 2 on St. Lucie I with the necessary wherewithal to artificial respiration failed to revive The concrete slabs are approxi-
representative-elect from Duval coun- nal near Stuart is now nearing ca-I purchase plenty of fried chicken for any sign of life in either of the mately 15 feet in length and about 11 ,
ty, and prominently mentioned over pletion and will be finished two stalwart teams. bodies. feet wide, three feet or so of this
the.state as a candidate for speaker a short time. The public is expected and urged Double funeral services were held being placed under, the water to pre

of the '1935 Florida House of 'Representatives The derrick V boat, which has tos do its part. in Moore Haven Sunday morning.Dr. vent undermining. The toe of the slabis

was- a visitor In Clew- been doing the larger portion of the about 18 inches under the present

t V iston yesterday.. Christie was accompanied construction work, left yesterday for Mrs. J. -Scheetz and little daughter -I .- and Mrs. B., A.' Bourne and water surface. Instead of pouring;

yti V by J. S. Gillentine of Fort Miami. The remainder of the work Marilyn, spent Saturday visiting ',children left Wednesday to spend in a continuous line every other slabV

Myers, who is general manager of will be done with a pile driver.'I friends in Moore Haven.Florida's ,'. :vacation atPalm. Beach. is poured so that; forms may be removed -
the Inter-County Telephone and Tel- which will later be brought into'the next day. The following day':'

egraph company. lake to drive piling marking the navigation -| the barge drops back and the gaps

channels In the lake so that are filled in, using only a foot, formto
equipment can be moved out quick-[ Summer Climate Is stop the concrete under water.

1 WILLIAM P. GREGORY ly if necessary at the approach of:; ,ExcansioiLjoints! : are put in every 60 '

.afihurricane. feet and four-small rteinfoicing steel
William P. Gregory, 82, of LaBelle, Grover C. Poole has been directingthe As Enticing as Winter Months I bars are placed Tnveach slab. Thereis
died at the Fort Myers hospital Friday work and will v_> little th'
return to Clewiston finishing, concrete being
afternoon. He had been In ill upon its completion. !smoothed out with shovels 5'SRlo: th-

'health for some time. He is survived -I i -- DAYTONA BEACH, Aug. 2, (FNS) Atlantic tend to give Florida the ''ly as possible.- The slab is four inrhes -
by one daughter, Miss Neta -Florida 'thick except about two feet from}" ,
i long famed as a winter same advantages of the airconditioned -
I '
Gregory of Portland, Oregon. Mr. Landscaping to Start resortnow promises to become home. the top side where a small trench is
Gregory had ,made his home in La- I dug longitudinally to hold the slab in
Homes equally renowned as a summer hav- Over thousand
For Government a deaths from he3.thave .
Belle for 20
years was an ab- place. Whenever
large rocks
stractor. I en. During this period when the bulkof occured throughout the north are en-
the nation has been sweltering under "0 far this summer. Doubtless many countered they arc al'owed! to remainin
Funeral services were held Satur- Plans for landscaping the govern the most intense heat wave ever more will be recorded before cooler the subgrade to help! anchor the
day afternoon at the Lawrence A. ment reservation In which homes slabs in place."
1 recorded, Florida has been enjoyingone weather sets in. Yet not one death :
Powell chapel. Pall bearers were: are being built for U. S. Engineers of the coolest, most delightful from heat prostration has been reported The under water excavation for the
'. P. Andrews, R. N. Miller, J. O. stationed here are being drawn by J. summers in its history.A in Florida. This is an amaz forms is interesting, the dirt being,

Davidson, S. A. Graves, F. Watts K. Mowry, of Clewiston, who recently comparison of thermometer ing record, one which should be !. moved almost entirely by a jet of +.
Hall and H. A. Rider. Rev. RobertE. entered the employ of the Engineers.The readings in this state with those of brought to the attention of the nation water provided by two centrifugal
Carlson of the
LaBelle Methodist houses are well under way other sections this summer, proves along with the undisputable fact that pumps.
church, was in charge of ,services. and satisfactory progress is being conclusively the advantages Florida temperatures are consistently lower Four miles of the levee remain to ,

made by Paul H. Smith, contractor, offers at this season of the year. here as proved by comparative ther- be completed on this section betweenthe
of Haines City, whose contract calls While it is difficult for those who mometer readings.The two pump stations and this will
for completion in 60 days from beginning have never been to Florida in the _probably be built as coon as the east
RECEIVING NEW EXTERIORS State' Chamber of Commerce,
of work. : summer, and who swelter under the end is completed.Immokalee .
the "All Florida Committee" and -
One of the houses is practically' intense heat of the middle west, to
A new exterior finish of stucco is Chambers of Commerce
ready for the painters and will be realize that because we are farther
effort Nine Beats
, being applied to three houses owned 1 I should all unite in a constructive
occupied within a week or ten days south it is not relatively just that
Florida's summer
by the Clewiston to advertise
Company this week
by E. W. Digges and family. much hotter. Much progress has nation. Clewiston Team 1110A
by J. F. Tippey, contractor. The charms and advantages to. the
The houses will all be painted an been made this summer In breaking time would
houses are occupied F. Such a campaign at this
"" .. by I. Hill, oyster white. down this erroneous opinion.All I
I M. E. Yenawine and C. W. McDon- serve to bring additional thousands to baseball team from Immokalee
sections of the state
old. The work on one of them is -- report a the state and eventually result In and the Clewiston team battled halfheartedly -
completed and the others have received STATE CHEMISTRY JJ. PT. brisk summer business. Visitors from Florida becoming as popular in the with a wet ball and in a
state in the Union touring
the foundation upon which the WILL GET NEW BUILDING every summer as In the winter. drizzling rain much of the time yesterday .
Florida. Daytona Beach, Palm Beach,
stucco will be applied. From the Florida Exhibit in Chi- evening to complete a game,
Miami and other points on the east
The houses I word that one of the which was won by Immokalee by a
will be painted after TALLAHASSEE cago comes
I Aug. 2, (FNS- coast all report the best summer business i
the stuccoing is finished. They were:: The State Cabinet has approved plans in years. Clearwater, Sarasota, most interesting features is a com- margin of one run.
formerly of celotex finish, for the immediate construction of a St. Petersburg Ft. Myers and other parison of the temperature from da- The teams were greatly handi-
The Hay Building, which is owned I buildln ,for the State Chemistry De- west coast resort cities are entertaining to day as recorded in Florida Hall capped by the weather which also
by the Clewiston Home Building Association : partment. Commissioner of Agriculture more visitors than during previous This was particularly true during thr discouraged the fans and reduced
is being repainted this\i Nathan Mayo and Secretary of summers. recent heat wave. attendance. The score was 11 to 10.

week under, the supervision of G. II."I Slate R. ,A. Gray were named as a Many of these visitors, making Alert to the importance of impressing BatterIes-for Clewiston, Hawk-
and Richard Small. committee to handle final details of their first summer trip to Florida this fact on the minds of ins, Clark and Daniels. For Immokalee --
--_ construction which will require six are from sections where the heat has the thousands who visit the exhibit NewsoHio and Cusack.
I months. officials have arranged a spe- Umpires, Cusack and Griffith.On .
I been unbearable. as to cause, discomfort -
NEW STORY STARTS with comparative tem: Sunday afternoon a much bet-
construction of
_, Funds for the the I suffering and even death. cial display
'- I Chemistry plant will be obtained I I They are finding Florida cool and perature readings and intelligent explanation ter crowd witnessed a surprise de-
;;, "Flame of the Border" a serial I from the general inspection fund of'II comfortable. Thousands of letters as to just why Florida i" feat which the U. S. Engineers suffered -

,t,:-' story of life In the mesa country of the Department of Agriculture. I I I have gone to relatives and friends In cooler in summer and why we never from a hastily gathered Clew-
; Arizona, begins in this issue of the I The building will be erected on a'.I the parched areas telling these facts have heat prostrations, here. izton team, the score being C-3. Tho
I' News. I site purchased by the State in 1931''I and urging them to come down and i The Clyde Line and Merchants and Engineers were scheduled to play: a
I ': The story is by Vingie E. Roe, from State Senator W. C. Hodges of see for themselves. Miners have been running summer excursions return game with Lake Placid but the
r popular author of stirring Western I' Tallahassee. It will be a brick struc- I II I During the past :year or.so w- '. -2 tq Florida and report travel Ridge boys failed to show up and to
stories, and is one that grips the ture two stories high, constructed so Iall heard much talk of air-cond; innling. brisk. This business may be ''Sub Clewiston stepped into the breach
reader's interest from its dramatic that future additions may be made j I Florida is naturally air-o" ndi-lI stantially increased along with that provide a game for the fans, who

beginning to the conclusion. I Space for storage of State records I I tloned. The same Gulf Stream j hat of our railroads and bus lines by sell- had already gathered.
Though will be provided in the new building. ,' resort JustI Wilson and Williamson for the En-
an entirely different typeof gives us our warmth in the .tcr ing Florida as a summer
story from "Queen Anne's Lace," I'I serves to maintain a. cool ever "":-I as they do our, winter attractions. gineers and Cy Crews and Moore for
by Fances Parkinson Keyes which Mrs. B. C. Thomas and daughter- perature in the summer since rn- Their investment In this form of advertising Clewiston were the battorle

'V, was concluded In the last Issue Mary Louise, returned Tuesday eve- mains-at the same temperature tho I would prove a most. profitable Elbert, Stewart umpired.
"Flame of the Border" will find an ning from a two weeks' vacation. year round, 75 degree, and tho almost one. Worth Clark --
enthusiastic group of rea'i 1org' am.qngyoung ; They were met in West Pal lIq Beach constant breezes which( swoop I Let's unite to sell Florida us the of Ocala was a bus*

and o14}, J jby, Mr, Thomas!?, I fthe I state (from! both the gulf! \ Hod! the Nation's;! "Year 'round. ( playpround., ;" Inesg visitor? in: Clewiston? frtdar.



Scientists Find New (. One of the Prettiestof

Senses, or New NamesWe Frocks
have fifteen senses, not five,
according to German men of science OUR COMIC SEC'T'IONTHE for the Little Lady

who are determined to upset old-
fashioned theories. They have discovered PATTERN 9887- ;:;.f
many new names for many
old sensations.
Among them are the sense of temperature FEATHERHEADS A Solo Flight
for Instance, which is not _
merely the old-fashioned sense of my1f
touch but an entirely different mat. = ,
ter. If the sense of temperature is 1111 YOU WOULE 1 START You GOtNSro\ BALD
? '
lost, a man is able to touch fiery II 1111 MAKING VACATION
coals without' feeling pain. Some III 1JI \ I PLANS, I DID I '! WELL PLACE ON A MOUNTAIN\ -
parts of the body have an apparently I HAVE E\lERy-rHING- I.- LAKE"- BUT
strong sense of temperature, as -x_ ,VERY NiCE ",. I k I.QoK.tJEtJ .
for Instance the tongue and the eyelid -
which are especially sensitive to
heat. It is closely related to the
sense of balance. On board ship, for flh /

Instance, the muscle sense tells you
what movement you must make to i BI
counteract the rolling of the ship. (JfI//

The sense cf Time, German scien- I '

tists aver. is so strongly developedIn II III ..
some people that they are able to
tell the exact time within a minuteor I
The "sense of rays" Is one of the '.. r : ..r ':
latest discoveries. It Is located In ,-

the skin and reacts to the different ,/% i iI .., ,..: ;'a..

posed.rays of light to which the skin is ex n (1lI11I1 I IIrT"S I \! ALL S T-rLED.ll'!I III l -- BUT YOU'LLA


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says Dr. W. E. Fitch in

nation-wide broadcastover

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Tells. why natural mineral I[ .9&57 t tOf

water is so often beneficial

.for "rheumatic" aches I {q weetern Newspaper UnionvJ coarse she would:-adore this

little frock we'"gro\vn'ups"love It,
and pains too; Its pretty ca'pelet sleeves are

FINNEY OF THE FORCE Free Ride (and Worth It) cut In one wIth the -yoke, and gath-
On a recent Sunday afternoon i'i' ers lend extra fulness to the frock.
broadcast on the National Broadcasting Bloomers are Included with _the pat-,
network the following discussion. 1 tern. Printed 'or woven cottons

took place between Mr.Gene Arnold JEt / j would.be wise,fabrics to- use, particularly
and Dr. W. E. Fitch, internationallyknown I / A FINE dimity, lawn organdie_ or

waters. authority on natural mineral ?. I ISe. ( ( WAY -fER 8wI s. Perhaps- you're never sewn

"I before-then get to work right now,
GENE ARNOLD: receive letters
from people saying they heard that LADYIPiI. for this[ is an} ideal .beginner's pat-
Crazy Water Crystals are made of / A tern, and there is.a. complete new
nothing but salts-Epsom Salts or Illustrated Sew Chart given to you
Glauber's Salts. These people want to with each pattern..
know if it's true you can buy some of I Pattern OSS7 may be ordered onlyin
these salts for a few cents, and get sizes 2, 4, C, S and. 10. Size 4 re-
the same effect as you do with Crazy
quires 2% yards 30-inch fabric.
Water Crystals. a K ot l Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins .
.. ,
DR. FITCH: "No, it is NOT true. -
or stamps (coins preferred) for this
GENE ARNOLD: "I'm glad to h \
you say: that, because Iopinion k ,y : pattern. Be sure to write plainly
is worth a grew 'sal. But your will your NAME, ADDRESS, the STYLE
you explain a jitt: -more about it? NUMBER: and SIZE.
What -SHSe facts?" / Jj Send your order to Sewing Circle

DR.; ITCH: "The facts are that it 1-- Pattern Department, 232 West Eight-
has. al ways been hard for a few doubt- / eenth Street New York, N. Y.
?ig Thomases and skeptics to believe
/ .. .
that old Mother Nature knows how to o -- 0
prepare and compound natural min- % So IT W UZI ' eral waters in a way that cannot' be / WLJ-Z- iN IT is who never an
VJUUT OH-'COME l 1J1"n..r WE a man says
duplicated in a laboratory. In the WASN'T SoSiSPickTED "
unkind word about anybody.
course of studies I have found CAB'BE OUR PLACBQUICK '
my {E
BAPTtF} \ ; "Well," replied Senator Sorghum
that those same doubts were expressedTwo '(ez l-lURR-r oar O'TF l-t' RAIN,
Thousand Years Ago, in the MRS SNOOP 2 (15 PORE THIM(SI. J l BE IN ITEXCERTMENT "I don't believe we should waste time
early days of natural mineral water .1 with him. Admirable as his qualitiesmay
therapy. The truth is that natural / / / IT SHUR& MUST.rN'. DRIVER' be, how could he be useful In a
mineral water and natural crystals O' BeEN fER horn such waters are as different
from synthetic or artificial salts as -f-eRRyBUL COLLECT\ ME Had It on Authority"Too
day from night. And that's why
) FARE//
'r5fi bad about Tom and the girl
the medical profession has always
_: he's.engaged to. Neither one of themIs
in favor of the Natural Waters -
has always insisted that they good enough for the other."
are the one product of Nature that di'' "Where did you get, that Idea?"
i ; cannot be imitated successfully by "I've been talking the matter over
man. People have tried for many with_ both families."
many years to make up synthetic con-
coctions to take their place but they
Alles It Hin
do not have the same effect. The ,
predominating chemical constituent of I / "Well, how has everything gone
Crazy Water Crystals is sodium sulphate since I last saw you?"
but it is in its Natural State, t "That's the trouble-everything's ,
and has a far different physiologicaleffect m waters Newspaper Union rOn gone.-Answers ,(London). f .JI
than the synthetic; salts made in
t a laboratory. n you buy salts fora ,
few cents'you get just what you I. SNAPPY ENOUGH P. O. Stamps THE MOST (1) '" "
k pay for-a dose of salts. But when I I
glad they put portraits of our _
you use Crazy Water Crystals, you -
get undiluted minerals in their natu- postage stamps""What
' ral state, taken from natural mineral are you driving at?"
water by evaporation with nothing "Everywhere else you see nothingbut ENJOy) ,
added." portraits of girls."
That is why Crazy Water Crystals ,
)' have proven themselves so beneficialin Modernism"Is
the treatment of "rheumatic" aches
-and pains. Thousands of people in all your wife an. old-fashioned ?..
parts of the United States testify to u housekeeper who bakes bread and
u things ,.c
you, or any of your friends,suffer "No, she's the wage earner of our
from "rheumatic" pains we sug- family and earns the dough we need."
gest you investigate Crazy Water
Crystals immediately. Ask any of the "Scientists say that strawberriesare "On what day of the year do wom-
millions who have 00 per cent water." STATIC "
used them. Then en talk the most?
get a standard size box-it costs only "They are way off, These are 90 per "On the longest day, of course."
$1.50 and is ample for at least three cent vinegar." x

weeks treatment. Crazy Water Com-. Climate
pany, Mineral Wells, Texas. DumbBellMan + 4
"How do you like the climate of
Motorist (barely avoiding Washington?"
broadside crash)-Why on earth didn't JJ "It has a peculiar political effect on

you signal? the throat," answered Senator Sor-
Girl (who has crossed Into her home ghum. "Some of us who can voclter-
driveway)-I always turn In here, stu- ate without fatigue In the home town,
Ulster STALE pid. are somehow rendered speechless as

are for sale by dealers ta-1" displaying* soon as we step Into the CapItoL"Not 8THE

the red and green Crazy Water His Real Feeling
Crystals sign. Get a box today. Speed fiend (as he slowed down a SaIlor-It we ever have anotherwar So Dumb
blt-Gosh I Don't you feel glad you're. 1 know a lot of electricians who Teacher-IIow old would a person 9
alive? would go to the front. be now who was born In 1897
W U-7 30-34 Timid Passenger-Glad Isn't the Marine-They should be good at i Bright Pupil-Do you mean a man
>rd.. -I'm amazed. charging batteries. or a woman?-Pathfinder Magazine.

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average annual salary of 16,- Pointing to the vast potential
DOJLTRyf BOO; Methodist ministers In the Unit- market for home building and repairs SKEETER SKOOTERHang
ed States decreased! only $7 during' that exist In the United States,

I,,; the calendar ;rear 1933.: The average I' the American Builder, In a study of
(J" C/- '" salary amounts to 'S1.C95> an- 1930 census,reveals that of 25,200,000
" ,-, a "Skeeterette" on Your Bed and Get a
90G cent
I, } 'f'r -" nually. This Includes an allowance dwellings In the nation, per

f)r THIN, DROOPY HENS for living quarters.-Literary Digest. are single-family homes: I Good Night's Sleep.


P No Messy Oil-No Foul Odor
I Nicotine Sulfate Said to Be Now Prices ReducedON
This remarkable new invention I sales demand for "Skeeterette" it hu
I' Effective Remedy.By makes skeeters-skoot in record time. been impossible to fill all orders
No Messy Oil or foul smelling liquidto promptly, therefore if your favorite
grease or soil the clothes, just a store has not yet secured their supply -
L M. .Kurd New York Service.State College handy, sanitary little package, madeso of "Skeeterette" we will mail yon .
of A..rlculture.-WNU it can be hung on the bed or a lull-sized package parcel post paid
Hens that become thin, droopy and lights, Skeeterettes are made of a special upon the receipt of one thin silver
unthrifty looking should be examined porous stock, containing a new dime and the name of your dealer. -
.. for lice. If present, the lice can be Bayer Aspirin chemical combination that starts va- P.D.G. Laboratories, 452-454-456
seen scurrying In all directiuns when porizing the minute the outer wrappers North Ave., Atlanta, Ga., Southern
removed, giving off a harmless gas Branch. DRUGGISTS, ATTEN-
the feathers are pushed back. that banishes Mosquitoes as if by TION, you can now secure a limited
Hens cannot do their best when affected magic. Nothing like it ever before; supply of "Skeeterettes" from your
with lice or when they suffer entirely new. Owing to the sensational, local jobber.-adv.( )
Tins of 12 Tablets qty' "
with mites that suck their blob at uuulo
night. The use of nicotine sulfate for NOW Bottles of 24

lice and oil sprays or coal tar prep- C Tablets

arations for mites, may solve the xw NOW25c'
Mites do not as a rule stay on the
hens, but are occasionally found on d q
Individual hens. They attack them at Ea
night, suck their blood, and stay In 4Q
''t t
: the cracks and crevices of the roosts
during the day. Mites are' grayish In 9 .y .drwl,M
color until they become gorged with Protect your skin, as well as the tender skins of your children,by regular
blood and become red. .. everyday use of a soap that does more than cleanse. Containingthe
One of the most common treatments soothing,healing Cuticura properties, Catlcuru Soap safeguardsthe
ifD Paint PrIce of the 100-Tablet skin protecting it from redness, roughness and disfiguring irrita
for lice Is nicotine sulfate. a Bottles Also Reduced I
tions. Best for and baby
small amount on the roost poles about you too.Price
thirty minutes before the hens go to
Proprietors: Potter Drug & Chemical Corporation,Maiden Mat I
roost. The cost of nicotine sulfate ALWAYS SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" NOW WHEN YOU BUY *
prohibits wide use for mites.

, To destroy ,mites, spray the roost
. ;" poles, nests, and dropping boards with

a carbollneum, creosote, a mixture of 3k N EW .
,:r:. kerosene and old motor oil, or any .
:, of the coal tar preparations [

!;: ,\..,- -o

, it.;,;.- Worming Pullets Should J restoa MASSIVE FLAT
/ D
/ iREI
;): ; Have Careful Attention !/

:!i.. -:; Pullets that show signs of being DEEPCUTNON SKID
> wormy should be treated for worms 7 /
before they start to lay, declares G. / S GUM-DIPPED CORDS
:" .Y W. ,Knox, Jr., extension poultryman C E N T U R Y

: '., University of Arkansas college of ag- ... SHOULDERS .
"\. riculture.

o f- light Wormy In weight pullets, and are have usually an unkept pale, :> PRO G RES S N

appearance. If a few of the worst ,
birds are killed and the intestines

.. split open, the worms If present, can r
easily be found. Tapeworms are flat : o\ < T I R L

and segmented, while roundworms are !
wire-like and about two Inches long. I ,
The treatment for roundworms and

tapeworms differ. Kamala Is the com- .
mon treatment for tapeworms'and an ----/ 4I
be bought In capsule form.' Nlcof-ae, ,

. Is the, common treatment for rou\,d- r 1 .
worms. It can be bought In capsule I e
'. form or can be given hi the mash In I
the form of tobacco dust, using two
pounds of this material to each 100
'- pounds of feed. To be effective, to- :
bacco dust should contain at least 1%

. .:,; ." per cent nicotine.

;.:;, Worming pullets before production
:. starts will guard against fall slump ,
f In production. ; p
S '/
# S J1 0.' V WJ'1fNf1N'JJ\I..r IT '"J nfJA(
:: Feeding Milk .
.: ..
:" Many' farmers have irregular supplies "
,'S of.surplus'milk which they could e a
; use to advantage for their poultry but 'w&pA

do not because In doing so In the past HELPED
the effect has been unfavorable.

There are two ways In which Irregular -
supplies of milk can usually be

given Give keeping It without as the a drink usual any, water disturbing at the supply same effects.time before TO BUILD THE TIRE SENSATION of 34 !

the hens. Let it stand until the
whey and the curd separate; then .
mix the curd with mill stuffs to makea 4.40-21
moist mash. Make this as stiff as Beyond Comparison in Quality, NEW REDUCED

you can mix It with a spade In a mix '
ing trough. Feed at one time only Construction, Appearance and Price PRICES s5'FOR .s

what the hens or chickens will eat up
clean. Do not mix meat scraps or With Any First Quality Tire MadeTHE LIMITED TIME I ONLY
.( meal with this, except perhaps 1 per SIZE OLD PUCE NEW PRICE YOU SAVE
cent to season the mess. create a TIRE SENSATION is to give the people what
way to 4.40-21.............. S6.68 $5.75 0.93
and Firestone has done this with the new Firestone Century
they want, 4.50-20.............. 7.06 6.10 0.96
High Pressure Cruelty Tire.
Progress 450-21.............. 7.31 6.30 :1.01
Modern egg production methods maybe As millions of people visited the Firestone Factory at the "World'sFair 47519.............. 7.78 6.70 1.08:
I banned In Britain on the grounds of last we asked this question-"What do you value most in a
year, 50019.....:....... 8.34 7.20 :1.14
cruelty. The hen today Is being developed tire?" They answered-"Give us Blowout Protection, Non-Skid Safety, .
into an egg machine, and the moderate This order but Firestonehas 5.25-18 .............. 9.27 8.00 1.27
and Long Wear, at a price. was a big ,
"battery" system; of poultry farmingIs a habit of giving car owners what they want when they want it. 52521......,........ 10.20 8.80 %.40

arousing widespread controversyThis into 5.50-17............. 10.15 8.75 %.40
system Involves confinement ol We knew there was only one way to build Quality and Value a
volume We built 5.50-18............ 10.45 9.05 1.40
the hens'as soon as the egg-laying age tire at a moderate price, and that was by production.
Is reached In a small cage, where-Just the greatest tire ever made to sell at these low prices. Car owners are 5.50-19 so ......... 13.03 11.20 1.83:

enough room Is provided to allow It to profiting because we found out what they wanted and found. the way to 6.00-19 H.D........... 14.47 12.45 2.02

turn around. Here It. spends the rest give it to them. 6.50-19 H.D............ 16.58 1430 2.28
of Its life the of which Is limited
length 2.73
;;<;:.'":. by the laying capacity of the hen. The new Firestone Century Progress Tire IS EQUAL OR SUPERIORto 7.00-20 H.D............ 19.83 17.10: I

:. As soon as Its egg production falls below any first quality tire built, regardless of name, brand, by whom 01HU SIZES mOPOHTIONATIlY LOW
,:<;'O', the economic figure It Is dis manufactured, or at what price offered for sale. -
carded. CHECK THESE AMAZING VALUESCome The Best Low Priced Tire
('. Poultry Gleanings in and equip your car with this marvel of tire construction, On The MarketFor
: car
In poultry the dark meat contains at the lowest price we have ever been able to make on a tire of this .highI I owners who
twice as much Iron as the white meat. quality and construction, carrying a Triple Guarantee :. 'flFesfone need new tire
S -for Unequaled Performance Records I _-------. safety at.a
In order to lay well a hen must have _Sll.tI'mct: ; low pricethe
-for Life All Defectsfor very
comfortable quarters. Against 4.40-21 S4.45 Firestone
'''.. 12 Months Against All Road Hazards* '1.- 4.50-21 4.90 Courier Type
N It has been estimated that a hen will Six Months in Commercial: Service 4.75.19 5.0 tire has no \
'.1 I drink as much as five ounces of wateror 30x31/z 3.65 equal at these
milk a day. See how Firestone Tires are Made Listen to the Voice of Firestone Vat low
S I the Firestone Factory and JO | Featuring Gladys Sioarthout-Every I r Proportionately Olhes/ Low prices.extremely

Duck eggs do not require to be! Exhibition Building, World's FairJL J Monday Night over N.B.C.-WCAFNetworkJ

turned when.set under hens. Tho hem
can turn them quite well themselves.




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The Clewiston News few things very aptly. Incidentally f place in the government section; the -

had we been In her place there would Wrights have joists or studs or rafters -

probably have been more said: or whatever you call them, any-
Published Friday In Clewiston,
',- every "I notice with much interest an way, you can readily discern the floor NOTICE.I
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS
article in last Sunday's paper regarding plan and the spacious closet space. '
Inc. J. H. Baucom of Bowling Green, Wand I a grand place for a fireplace. I is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much
-_ yiefeof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for South Florida .
asking President Roosevelt 1o have a Francis Wright is one of the most in-
Keathley Bowden, Editor I Couseivsjicy District taxes of 1933 herein set opposite to the same, together -
lavpassed giving a bonus for each r terested employees on this job.frs.. I I II with
cost .of such sale and advertising will be sold at public auc-
child he may' be father of after: his I Wright said she didn't know whether tion on Monday, the 6th day of August, A. D. 1934 at the hour of 11
Entered as second class mail matter 14th child. I he was an Inspector, or just what. !t' o'clock A. ]1I. at the Court House door, the county of Hendry, in the

February 1, 1927, at the Pos "Unfoitunately, I am his second I I[I But he works very regularly so he !j! pity: of LaBelle, State of Floiida.Bc&ciiplion .
Office In Clewiston, Florida, under
wife and the mother of 10 of his cliil- !I should have some title. I
the Act of March 3, 1897. of land S T R A Owner Amt. Taxes & Cost
dren, no one of whom he is sUP1ort-1 i We couldnlt: help b"ut think what

ing or helping to support, I an attractive addition that section of Frac. NIl S. of Old .
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year.
rates on application. they were all awarded to him by a'I( government ]houses will be; when the I Meander line... 23 43 34 204 Trustees I. I. :Fund ....618.87
Advertising court decision. Two of the oldest have I i lawns and shrubs get growing it will SW& of :NWU ,of '

Devoted to the advancement and been contributing to his support until j be a thing of beauty. Whoever has SW'i .............. 23.,42NEJi 34 10 J. L. Miller. ...................... 31.05
of SE% 'ofSEVi

welfare. of Clewiston ,and HendryCount "- "And five months I have ago.been I a lawn to put in, should consult H. .-....-........... '13 45 34 10 Trustees I. I. Fund ............. 1.76
}. cooking and Ito J. Oglesby in our opinion. The grass NE. 61 NE% of "

washing to ,send the younger one! end shrubs that he has put In the NEK .......... .... .
25 45 34 10 Ada L. Panton ...........>........ 1.76
school and am proud to say that plot at the new ice house, grew as if SE'i of, NW/of _

American mothers are perfectly I everyone made his or her grade all by magic; the grass never lost its SWK ...,........-\. ..1 46 34 10 Geo. L. O'Hare, __..__.............._ 1.76
willing to let the Chinese and the OK the last school term. And Mr. green and I don't think it ever wak- E'' of NWU ...... 21 46' 34 80 E. A. Winslow..:.............. 8.53

Canadians vie for honors in the multiple Baucom, their needy father, refused ened to find out it had been moved. SE14 .................... 26 46 34 160 Trustees I. I. Fund .........._.. 16.61.
birth contest. to l keep: them just three weeks during Certainly it was a pretty plot in almost N% of NEJ/i of
SW'/i .............. 26 .... ,
the school vacation. Nor is he no time at all. 46 34' 20 Trustees I. I. Fund ....... 2.77
Swill of NEH of
Miami celebrated its 38th birth- keeping or supporting but of his '
Saturday. The boasted one SWU .;............ 2646 34 10 Trustees I. I. Fund ............ 2.76
day number of the anniversary 21 as all the others by his _
Mr. and Mrs C. I. Alleii S
of Lake-
comes as a shock to many first wife are grown up and looking FRANK A. DOUGHERTY,
for Miami is such a national institu- out for themselves. land were in Clewiston Monday. Mi.: July 6, 13, 20, 27, Aug 3. Tax Collector, Hendry Co.

tion now, it seems impossible it has "Although my 10 children and my- Allen is travelling freight agent for
the A.C.L. and was here business.
had such a comparative short life. self have had a hard struggle at on

times we have always managed to

A gallant lady lost a gallant fight eat three good meals a .day and have NOTICE OF SALE

for life when Marie Dressler, the had decent clothes to wear without

grand old trouper, passed on to the asking the president or any charityto Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned ':..:..:.:oo:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..
world of which the wisest of-us know help us. Surely if 'a woman can as Special Master in Chancery -

nothing. The few who were privilegedto manage to feed and clothe 10, Mr. by virtue of a final decree issue .. I .:.
? ..
mourn at her bier 'were but representatives Baucom should be able to look after out of the Circuit Court of the 'I I :

of thousands who grew the one he has and the one he expects Twelfth Judicial Circuit, of Florida, :
to love her through her famous im- without asking our government in and for Hendry County, on the Ii i. Ii
25th day of July, ,A. D.: 1934!) in that I, J.I J.
personations.The to help him. certain .cause wherein R. E. ( : CLEWISTON 60LF
world "He looks
is better because Marie healthy and I don't thinkit ard is Complainant and Mrs.

Dressler lived. Her success, which has crippled him much ,to be a Schult is defendant, will on \ Durch-I f

she won after the age of '50 when father 22 times and I think he should September 3, A. D. 1934 at :;: I '
many consider their chances of suc- go, to work and quit begging." door of the Court House of Hendry -,:' : COURSE "

cess practically ended should inspire (Signed) Mrs. Agnes Williams, County, at LaBelle, Florida duringthe :i: :, '. :--.t":: ::
new life to discouraged thousands. wile No.2, of J. H. Baucom.--Tal- legal hours of sale offer for sale : i
lahassee Democrat. !II I-and sell to the best and highest bid- := ? f.t: t

der for cash the following desoribed .
Brevity is not only the soul of) .t' ;:." '. :- .i.
I property in Hendry County, y :

wit chairman, according of the to board Owen of D.directors Young, .:.. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:;:::..:..:..:--.I I.I.IRAMBLINGs..1 Clewiston Florida Viz as per Lots 15-16 General, Block plan 358 ol 1, .?y. .

of the General Electric Company, it Clewiston on file in plat booV2 pages % .:.

is the soul of business. "Learn to 7 to 14 inclusive, Public Records of .y .'.
speak clearly, concisely and directlyto Hendry County, Florida.

the point, if you would make a I Said sale being made to satisfy

success speaking in to the a world group,"of said college Mr. Owen stu- 1..N.M.N..N..N.N..N.N..N.N..N..N..N.N..MSN. ...1.N.N..N.11....;.%....1 the terms. A.of Rider said ,final Special decree.H. Master..: j Open to the Public ] :!j:

Louis O. Gravely,
dents the other day.In How to be happy though wealthy I :},
Solicitor for Complain is a topic that has never caused us, j j" y
Aug. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. y ,
personally, any less of sleep How
life, as in golf, perfect timingis
essential to success. Bud Rainey, to be happy, though poor and hard-I v.i'

Wauchula 'boy known to radio -listeners worked, would be more .. \ .t.
the majority of us and those others Y
happened to be in the right spot at of the newspaper profession with REQUEST : .t.

the right moment recently and there- I whom we are well acquainted. However Y.z' I .:.

by won for himself an opportunity to we were tremendously inter- C.: E. ,STEBEL YI' .
appear before the mike of WOR on ested in an article titled "How to I

Broadway., Bud was waiting in the Be ,Happy Though Wealthy" writtenby Electrical ContractingPHONE ::I Moderate Green Fees ::

reception room for,an interview with B. E. Forbes for Forbes Magazine : ?
for 2521 :: Exceptional Fairways
the director of audition, when the August. :: $

manager of one of the regular pro- Mr. Forbes gives some interestingside PAHOKEE, FLORIDA I _.:; Interesting Greens : :;:
grams walked through the room stating lights on the life habits and
I y
that she was in sore need of a philosophy of many of the, country'smost Agent for .Y..' I
with men. them he
;young man a Southern accentor -
{ a' scheduled for gleans the information that the -

day. Rainey program with true Southern the next gal- wealthy get the most real happiness 1 RANGES Af FLu\ NCES AND 1 I_\.N:.....1NIINN11..:. .. .. .. ..N1.....1,..N..IINIINNI11.: .. .. .. .. .. ......111.....................IIN111NNNNNII.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......I....I..N....................
and pleasure from helping those In
lantry, proffered his services, was "'I -"Co '" .
tried out and accepted, all within an distress. This discovery should bringa )
hour. great deal of comfort to many who -- ----- -- --==---=

wonder just "what the world is coming ..-- ,...
to, with so much of the money l Ii; '

DO.NMT QUIT tied up with a few families." I IX:: :i: FOR :;: ::

Some of the high lights of the ar-I :$ .:' SALE / 'H.
When things go wrong, as they tide are: X y yf
; ..
sometimes will .. ..
-1 When the road you're trudging his John money D. Rockefeller philosophy, Jr.squarely, founds on ."; :,_!: Attractive Clew slon Home Small Cash Payment :H

seems all up hill; bibical precepts; man is his brother's : .%. .. ..
When you want to smile, but you keeper; we are but stewards of .i: ':. I I .. ..z.y .
; have to sigh I
; earthly wealth riches '' ..
; are a grave responsibility 'i: : 'i'
When the funds '' ..
are low and the : I '
their :
; :
owners are strictly ;' : %
debts high I YY
are ,
accountable for .t '.
utilizing them for .t'. .' I 't. :.
When care is pressing you down a the greatest good of the greatest :::. .::' I I .'t..t..
bitRest : 'z'
number; Rockefeller, Jr., prays each :i;:
: if you must but Do Not Quit. morning and .. ..
evening for help to ; ; 'i. .i' .

fulfill the stewardship, and for forgiveness :::..y.. .':. : :....
Success %
Is. 't.
.turned inside .
for his failures.Mr. .
out-- 'i'. ::: ': 'i'
Forbes sketches the mental ::, .%. .t. ..t'.

The doubt silver tint of the clouds of attitude of millionaires toward the :::: ::: I :'z.:: :%::

public, taking J. P. Morgan, George .:., 'i. .i' .:. \--
And you can ,never'tell how close F.; Baker, George Eastman, Henry :i:,,,1 or I .:

you are, Ford and Julius Rosenwald as specific ..' : t
It maybe, near when il stems so examples. Henry Ford is one :::' :: : :
far : Y
; '
multi-milhonaiie who has not yet :!:' : : Y
So stick to the fight' waen you're softened his ideas concerning charity, I 'i.: :::' I :f: :t:
hardest'! -
|- contributions to the
unemployed, ::: '.'
.t. t.
It's -t
when things seem worst that :stc.: and Mr. Forbes prediction is "..:.. .:. :.
you Must ;Not Quit. that, if he lives long enough Henry. I :.f. ..: :'t.
: ,
If Railway Magazino.. Ford will alter his leason'ns.All :!:: ::: ::. :i:
-.- in all, it is a dandy: article, f .:. Ii : .
WIFE : :: I I ;-
TIDE SPEAKS: UP 'and if you have access to Forbes, :Xdon't : % .:.
I '.' 'z'
I .. ..
miss It. *|* ,
.:. .:.
We were all worked up with sympathy There's a good deal of moving and :::I.i' ', :I III I .:. .'.

for J. H. Baucom of Bowling planning to move in Clewiston, and ':* :: 1 ..
: ; i
Green who sought his share of' publicity by the time It's know .. ::
over nobody :: : II 1:i: : ::: ..
recently by writing President who their neighbors will l'e. It's begun ::: :. I ,
Roosovelt that he is the father of 21 I' by: the Knights moving into tho yhcu&c .:. .:.

children, expecting the 22nd and vacated by the Smith's (tl.c :X:: .1 xt

thinks the government should give a Canal Construction Smi'.h's,) The '{' :i: 'r'vs .z.. 'i'..
bonus to a, father for each child over Emanuels (McWilliams people) will, :* -1 I.I .'
14 (evidently **I::: .;. i
thinking every on. move into the. Knight's apartment;. : .. -. '. ::
ought to have 14 without financial Then the __ : .t.
any government houses will !
assistance). cause a great deal of other changes, :::: :: Pay The Balance Like Rent :i:

Then we read the woman's side and it's hard to tell just when it will .;. %

, 9- of the story and feel that there is a stop. Two Moore Haven families, :_:t :i: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES ::2:;;: ;Z::

"the good woman bit of ,truth always in pays"the .old saying be the added Digges'to Clewiston's and the Simpson's register when will :'i.::: :*_: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOM ::; ;:: -

". It seems that Mr. Baucom has beer those are completed. -

married three times,- l haviug 10 chil- It's 'quite a novelty to see 21 .-::. l Clewiston Home Building sociation It '

dren by the first, 10 by tha second houses being built at the same time, I ':*i ,
one'and: tle expected ona by tl!:e 19 government / houses, the Wrights v I .. .
third wife. The following letter i house '**I. PHONE :103 "
and the Shelley duplex. There ,:? _
(from wife. Number TWO ati! eays ti ijare' quite a few roofs and :;: :
windows .
In _
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I -w------: : : Floyd Clapp was a business visitor DANCE FOR MISS MATTHEWS FAREWELL PARTY GIVEN FOR

Personal Mention :: in Moore Haven Monday.Mr. HONORING HER BIRTHDAY MISSES SPICEIl AND GEORGEMiss

and Mrs. Clyde Egley visited Mr.
-:..:..:-:-:-:... :..:..:-:-:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:-:-:..:. relatives in Moore Haven Tuesday. Douglas and Matthews Mrs Eugene entertained McKenzie anq Roberta George and Miss
a Betty Spicer, who are leaving tomorrow

,-: L. O. Gravely of LaBelle was a group of friends Tuesday evening on for Miami to begin a five month

,: business visitor here Tuesday. Constable Ed Butler was a busi- the mezzanine floor of the Clewlcton business course, wore honored with
:' ness visitor in Moore Haven Wednes I
Drug in
company honor of the birthday
farewell party given at
i I the ,Clew
H. W. Scott of Miami was in Clew- day.
I of their sister, Miss Rosa Lee iston Drug Company
1 iston on business this week. Matthews.The Wednesday evening
by Miss Evelyn Hare and Har-
John Kettl left
lIondaylor West
guests included Mr.. and .l\Irs. ry Knight.
i Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Shea spent Palm Beach for a two week's vaca F. A. McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur The group spent a pleasant eve

Tuesday in West Palm Beach.N. tion. McKenzie, Miss Tippey Kimbrough, ning dancing. The two guests of

Mr. and Mrs. French, Mr. and Mrs. honor were
Mr. and Mrs.\ Guy Larsen and son, Albert Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Buford presented with lovely
B. Corbin of Jacksonville wasa bouquets of loses.
Ivan, were guests of friends ,in Moore Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lanier
business visitor here yesterday. Haven Invited guests included Miss Louise
Tom'Fost"er, Archie Newsome, Max Walclron! Miss Mabel Bush, Mir: r"Cherry
R. E. Kurtz of Fort Myers, was a Cole, ''F: A. McKenzie, Jr., Jimmie Louise Renfroe, Miss\ Mary Louise
business visitor in Clewiston Friday. M. Brunk and business:W. S. Rodgersof McKenzie, Miss Maxine Davis, L. II. Ogeby! Hiss Mary Moore, Miss Max
Sebring were callers in Nash, Lake Osborne '
Glenn V.
inp Davis: of Lakeland, and the two
W. P. Franklin of Fort Myers wasa Wednesday. Scott. ... ( honorees; James Montgomery, I.Ier-
--- I
business! visitor .in Clewiston Fri- ] Refreshments were served during tell Lowe, Charlie Hartllne-,_ Edwin
Mrs. H. A. Bestor and Mrs. R. Y. the
day. Patterson were visitors in West I' Ward, Sam Heath, A. W. Sias, Van I
Bush, Halson Avant
Palm Beach Friday.
.... O. O. Buchanan Palm Beach is ---.-- I Bert Turner, James McKenzie Halter'j H
spending this week in Clewiston on L. W. M. Redelsheimer Saturday McKenzie Jr., Lake Osborne,
J. Pape of Lake Worth
busines's.Han'ey. transacting business in Clewiston was for a vacation of several weeks whichhe by Hare, Sidney Crochet, Love Kim: ,

Bourne Tuesday and Wednesday I is spending with his son, Billy, brough, Larry Nash, Virgil Hast-
i returned Sunday and two nephews at a camp in South, J ings and Coburn Moore, Mr. and Ripe, Ripe,

from a stay ,at the Boys Camp at Georgia. Mrs. J. W. Moore,. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ripe!"
St. Leo, Florida. Mrs Lonnie Ridgill visited her j Harvey Guthrie ,and Mr. and Mrs.

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davisin Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith left '! Van, Cothern. KERRY ripe, ripe, ;ripe,
F Miss Clara McGee of Stuart. is LeBelle a few days recently. Thursday for Alabama, after several I' "C / cry.

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Head- -- months residence here. Mr. Smithis Furl and lair ones,
Come and buy!"
ley. Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. C. W. Mc- connected with the Canal Construction i SPARKS-KLINE

\ Donald and Mrs. A. A. ,Munroe were Company.Mrs. The cherry is a festive fruit and
Miss Mabel Brannen left this visitors in Fort I always suggests something pleasant
Myers Saturday.A. I Miss Mary Kline and
George W,
week: for a visit of two weeks in Live R. H. Burris and Miss and cheerful, whether it is a
: Kitty Sparks were married in Miami
Sat- luscious ox-heart
t-: Oak. or bright red
1 L. Hackett returned Sunday, Burris, Mrs. Jim Beardsley: Mrs. Wil- urday afternoon in a quiet ceremony variety that makes such "melt-in-

I from a two weeks' vacation which he liam Lockhart and daughter, Miss performed by Dr Everett S. Smith, the-mouh" pies and tarts, or the
Mrs. Clyde R. Byrd has returned spent in Atlanta and Brunswick. Dorothy, 'were visitors in West. Palm pastor of ,the First Christian church demure looking white kinds, so
from a two weeks stay in Jackson- Beach Tuesday.C. and teacher of the, Olympia Bible much used for dessert.
ville.' The old song'which
Mrs. W. E. Moore of Atlanta spent Class. The ceremony, which lookplace above we quote
was probably written at the
E'G. Shelley returned this'week Saturday and Sunday here as the F. Trainor has returned froma in the pastor's study, was witnessed height of the cherry season, which
guest of Air and Mrs. Fred S. Gary. two weeks encampment at Fort only by the attendants, Miss is brief, at best, or was-back in
from Safety Harbor where he spent Benning, Ga. He is staying at the Marie Williams and Dale Clark both L the seventeenth century. Fortunately -

his vacation. Mrs. Zerney Meredith returned Clewiston Inn-until the return of his former residents of Clewis ton and for us moderns we are

Wednesday from Jacksonville whereshe wife and baby next month. friends of the young couple. not limited to any special season
-., has been visiting for a few weeks.S. Mrs.
visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Sparks has been employed as because the canners capture them
Percy and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Etherton are stenographer by the U. S. ,Sugar Cor- for us when they'are at their very
T. Lacosta and son, S. T., Jr., spending this week on a vacation trip ooiation! for the past two and a half best and hold them in that delicious -

Robert Smith left Friday for Sa- arrived here this week to make their which they are making by motor to cars. She is a graduate of the West state, so that you can pick
home. Mr. Lacosta is employed on the Florence, South Carolina., They were alm Beach your "cherry ripe" right off the
vannah where he was called by the I High School and formerly grocer's shelf wheneyer '
project. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. H.
critical illness of his mother. resided: in that cit ". so inclined.
-- Etherton of Moore Haven.
lfr.Sparks has made his headquarters -
: Mrs. Ag Wood, Mrs. Robert Christopher Try This Recipe .
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooksey of in Clewiston for the past
t Moore Haven were visitors in Clew- Mrs. J. D. Morrison and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Berucr and eight or nine months. He is a rep Try this cherry recipe on your

I l iston Saturday.Mr. J. F. McLure of Moore Haven visited two children left yesterday morning resentative of the J. G. Christopher family. They willlike it, we are

I friends here Friday.A. for a month's vacation which will include company, wholesale hardware sure.Deep
a visit to Dish Cherry Tarts: One
relatives of Mr. Ber-
and Mrs. Keathley Bowden ands dealers of Jacksonville.The No. 2 red
can pitted cherries
C. Clewis and of friend'sincluding ner in Georgia and a i in Hot one-
a stay
chobee, Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Sto- Springs, Arkansas. friends is extended to the youngcouple. flour one tamespoon butter, two-
vall and Mrs. Wilson of Tampa thirds cup cherry syrup. Drain

l Mrs. J. W. Moore and daughters, spent Tuesday in Clewiston.Mrs. Mrs. J. J. Harrington_ _and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Sparks ,are ,making cherries and divide among eight
Miss Mary of Astoria individual tart tins,
I Misses Louise and Mary Moore, were Long Island their home at the Clewiston Inn. or custard
, visitors in Fort Myers Tuesday. H. J. B. Scharnberg returnedto arrived here Wednesday: for T. cups or ramekins. Mix sugar and
her home here recently after an month's stay. They'accotnpanied Rev. and sprinkle over cherries.
extended visit with Father of the Put bits of butter on top. Pour
friends Immaculate
and rela- Kelly Con-
: .. Mrs W. C. Hooker, Miss Bonceil OFFICIAL RED over cherry syrup. Cut out roundsof
<; : TAPE
tives in New ception Church of
f Stone and Foy Durrence spent the and Boston. Astoiii who has pie pastry. Cut slit in tops and

p I L1: f week end visiting friends in West assumed, Father Fjnnegan'o duties Government ordered press over tops of tins or custard
Palm Beach. Among the out-of-town visitors during the month of August. three copies! cups. Bake about thirty minutes.
who attended the ball game here Sun- from the editor of a Georgia weekly. having oven hot-425 degreesatfirst
The papers'were sent and the govern- then reduced to 350 degrees.*
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright and day were Mr., and Mrs. Oliver Har- Miss Laura Matterson who is ment returned a check for 5 cents to
din, Joy Willingham and Ward Rob- spending a month's vacation _
children, Nancy and Francis, drovein visiting, the editor. Alter iinding that It would I
to West Palm Beach Tuesday eve- erts of Moore Haven. friends and relatives in the North I cost about 10 cents to get the check Mrs. Charles Lewis and little

'ning. Mr. was a guest Saturday at a class. reunion I cashed, the editor wrote "go to thodevil" daughter, Edith, left Sunday for West
and Mrs. R.
T. Mitchell and
banquet Erie
at'the Penn-
across the check in red ink and Palm Beach, where- they will make
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and daughter, Fay Lou, returned this sylvania Hospital, from which lIissI I sent it back. In a week he was sur- their home in the future. Mrs. Lewis:

p two sons, Bobby arid Dick, left Saturday week from a month's vacation trip Matterson graduated in the class of prised to receive a letter from the has resided here for several months

to spend a two weeks' vacation in the North during which they visited 1924. She will visit the Century of government which said: with her daughter, Miss Mary Klino.

o ,in Pensacola. the Fair in Chicago. I Progress Exposition in Chicago and "Plac you designate not on offic-

-- return to Clewiston August. 15th to ial government maps. Suggest you Mrs. J. L. Scheetz and little daughter -

Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VonMach and Mrs. C. F. Trainor and daughter I resume her duties as nurse at the write United State Geodetic Survey Marilyn, spent Saturday. visiting

children left yesterday for Palm Barbara Ann, who have been visit- Clewiston hospital.. I Department.. "-Times-Union. i I i friends in ..l1oore'Haven..
ing relatives in Daytona Beach for j
w' Beach, where they are staying duringa I
two weeks' vacation. two weeks,, left Jacksonville Sun- --- '
f day by boat for New York for a

further vacation visit with relatives 'JIS
Mr. and T.
Mrs. W.' Griffith of

Azucar before: leaving visited relatives for, Chicago here Tuesday where there. T I YOUR CAR SLUGGISH I 1 ] 3.

they will' visit the World's Fair. INN. :..:NNNNNNNN. . :..:N:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:... .

Mrs E. L. Stewart, Miss Louise :: BEAUTYSHOPf:::
Renfroe, Mrs. Leah Spicer and Mrs.I. .

D., Leydig were visitors in West |:: NOW OPEN ;|;

Palm Beach, Friday.
-z'- New and Complete Equipments *:*

Misses Roberta George and Bettye' y y v

( Spicer will leave tomorrow for Miami! :|: Croquignole
\ where they: will enter a business = ,
school -for'a five months term. I I :|+:. Permanents $4 & $5 ::|_::

Van Bush and Ed Ward
i spent '
Sunday in Fort Myers. R. L. Murray ::: Shampoo, set :$!:
... : h
Jr., returned with them and remained -
t here, where he is employed. :&: dry .. . 75c :|;

:|i: Set, .dry . 50c ;| i h S
; Capt. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff returned -

the first of the week from !! $ Set, wet .. 35c |:

a vacation trip to New York, and i!] -;
| Plain Facial 7 5c
r'-, Canada. The Duffs made the trip |:: F

north by boat from Miami[ and motored _:: Facial Pack $1 1 :::

through, Washington and other '

points[ 'of Interest. ; | Henna::, Pack . $2 |
i' ;; Distributor

I 0 |: Bleach, . $1.50 | .
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a. a :$;: Henna Rinse 35c :|: That Good

.. JACK'S FAMOUS a |:: Oil Manicure 50c | ; 1

: Chop Suey Dinners = 1 Gulf

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Tuesday G:00 to 8:00 M
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f' Many popular resorts crowded by I AMERICA'S MENTAL AGE
Howe About ..
of Current summer vacationists were cut off. : Only 5 per cent of the adults of

News Review Eighty-,three camps of Boy and Girl America have mental age of twelve '

Scouts were evacuated, after the years or less. lt' + all a mistake that

World Over youths experienced harrowing difficul Forgiveness the average Intelligence of our peo-

Events the ties. ple Is twelve, says Dr: David Segel 0-'
Wedded Happiness noted educator. "It has risen to 17.7

tOR several hours earthquakes shook Suspicious Characters years, and 40,000,000; of us can clan-
Call Panama and Costa Rica, but the together In that group and feel at '
Bell ffyndlca.1*.-WNU Service.
Francisco Area Collapses-North Panama canal was unhurt. The most *". 1 , 1 , ._ home. Ten million more walk on the
General Strike in San serious damage_was at David, Panama, upper crust of the highest mentalage
from the Costa Rican border. By ED HOWE and
Hot Political Row-Mrs. McAdooDivorces not far group-twenty-three years
There many buildings fell and scoresof DURING a long life certain persons up."

the Senator. persons were injured. Considerablelosses been 'so unfair and unreasonable J.WriteMurioe .

were sustained also at Puerto with me I am not able to for-

Armuelles, the United Fruit company's give them ; I cannot again trust or as-

By EDWARD W. PICKARD Pacific side banana headquarters. One sociate with them.I I'JI7ffJUNEJ

by Western Newspaper Union. / American soldier was killed by jumpIng have adopted this policy as the

from a barracks window at .Fort easiest and best way. If I had oppor-

more It has been demon the company, demand recognition of Davis. tunity to punish them, I should not /Iljj'
I that the general strike Is their union, a minimum wage'of do so. I do not talk about them, or

not a successful weapon in _the hands cents, an hour and a 30-hour week.{ PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARY MAR- think of them when I can help it

of organized labor in the United States The company has its own employees announced that I believe In all decency, but this Is

in Industrial disputes. union, a minimum wage of 40 centsan the President had created a special the best I can do with my enemies. fltS

The San Francisco hour, and 40-hour week.CONSTITUTIONALITY committee to formulate a new fed- Any suggestion that I love them Is U

unions, dominated for eral policy concernIng plainly silly to me; I cannot so muchas

tn the moment by radi- of the Bank- the generationand forgive them. The best I can do Is A Few Drops Every

cals, undertook to use, -* head cotton act Is to be tested in distribution of to let them alone.

this weapon, and with- the federal courts. Gaston Therrell of electricity, and i In Night and Morning

In two days were Columbus, Miss., has served notice Washington this was In 1816 a Frenchman made an .estimate Will Promote a Clean,

forced to admit their that he will bring the suit In the looked upon as a as to happiness of husbands and Condition !

failure. ,Governor Merriam United States district court at Mer- probable move for wives In England. Out of every hun- Healthy

Major\ Ilossi idian, directing It against Henry Ar the nationalization of dred thousand population, he concluded At All Drug Stores

and other officials, Wallace, secretary of agriculture, and the power Industry.In only thirteen of the married were Co.Dpt.W,Chic.coror Free Book

: strongly ,backed. by j internal revenue and extension officialsIn ,a letter to Secretary Of those for
i; a fairly happy. passing
- public opinion, were the state charged'with executionof Ickes askinghim happy, he estimated the number at

Harry Bridges determined that San the act's provisions. to head the com- 3,325 per 100,000. Of those living In Roost for Graf Zeppelin

Francisco and the surrounding communities mittee, Mr. Roosevelt Sec'sIckes open hostility, he found 17,345; 13,279of South America's tallest skyscraperIs
should not be deprived of on:uitions in the United said: "Its duty will Aires. It
HODSi the secretly discontented, and 58,406 to be built in Buenos
that the embargo au.j'y: demonstrate: the be to develop a plan for the closer '" Ac
the necessities of life, of the materially Indifferent Nearly will cost, $4,000,000 and will be 34
be need for housing, Acting Secretary of the several factors'lnour
should new
food shipments co-operation will be
on 8,000 ran away or were divorced dur- stories high. On the tower, .
broken and that transportation should Dickinson: of the Commerce department .electrical power supply-both public and it
ing the year. Conditions are a mooring mast for' airships,
membersof said in making public resultsof and private-whereby national pol-
not be stopped. Nearly 8,000 Zeppelinwill
better In 1932 than In 1816. In my sec Is expected that, the
mobilizedto a national "real property icy in matters may be unified!
Guard were power
National that
the when at
tion there Is a city of 500,000. I do not be moored .
and their efforts now being conducted by the Commerce and electricity be made more broadly '
aid the
believe only 65 married persons In It end of Its transatlantic voyages.
were seconded by hastily formed bandsof department. available at cheaper rates to Industry,
vigilantes which raided the head- Sixteen per cent of 1S11,402dwell- to domestic, and, particularly, to agricultural are only fairly happy. In my own
town there are 15,000 souls. Accord-
and gathering places of the ings In 00 cities are in crowded condi- consumers."As .
Communists. The central committeeIn tion "'or worse," Mr. Dickinson said. time goes Oil, there undoubtedlywill Ing to this estimate, we have something -r

charge of the strike soon realizedthe An additional 10.6 per cent are In needof be legislation on the subject of like one and a half married per- FOR ,
the 44.7 cent and for the regulation sons who are fairly happy. I am certain ;< : \
movement was collapsing and structural repairs and per holding companies
in Interstate, we can do better than that. v'T' CLOSE '
conservative members, regaining control need minor repairs. The Incomplete of electric current

relaxed the restrictions, and madean returns,show 32,442 houses, or 2.34 per commerce. This committpe should consider I Here Is more criticism of marriage far Y
certain "unfit for human what lines should be followed in beyond reason or fact: UPS
offer of arbitration under cent of the total, as j
conditions. habitation." shaping up this legislation. Since a

On Thursday the general strike was number of the states have commissions I know a man who married a second
diction over Intra- time. Within a day, or two his wife
formally called off and the men ordered DAKOTA was In a state of ha"ingjuri
NORTH it is necessary began regulating him. "Now looky
back to work. chaos, with two men bat- state power matters, >y"
? Is developed should here Alice" he said, "we might as well
General Johnson, NRA administrator tling for the governorship and the con- that whatever plan ,
federal have regard to the powers of these understand each other. I have recently dark skinHave
the National
; acting as spokesman for trol of the state government and End freckles
maritime dispute board there, was Guard. William various state commissions! as well as secured, at great' expense, trouble ,
humiliation divorce from a wom- the lovely clear skin men can't'resistfree
on hand determined to bring about a H. Langer, accordingto of the states in general ,
Besides Mr. Ickes, who Is to act as an who nagged me. I specially dislike from ,
The Pacific coast ruling of the
peaceful settlement a pimples, all blemishes! At bedtime just
which chairman, the committee will consistof nagging; I regard It as an Insult, and
maritime strike, on behalf of State Supreme court, cream your face and neck with
the mass walkout was called, re- was no longer (entitledto Dr. Elwood Mead, bureau of recla- It specially humiliates I and angers me. Bleaching Cream-no massaging, no

mained a difficult problem, for the hold the office of mation ; Frank R. McNinch, federal If you cannot resist' the temptation, let rubbing. While you sleep it wrecks won-
commission; Morris L. Cooke: now that I may avoid the life ders-whitening and clearing your skin
longshoremen and maritime workers governor because of power us part to satin-smooth texture. ,Then day-by-
were Insistent that the main dispute 1 his recent convictionon of the PWA Mississippi valley committee of shame from which I lately fled. day you see amazing improvementuntil -
Maj. Gen. Edward M. Mark- e is'all long
; complexion
In their case, control of the "hiring charges of conspiracy i your you
hails should not be subjected to ar to defraud ham, chief of army engineers ; Robert Every criminal Is under suspicion In for with radiant, flawless beauty. No
E. Healy, of the federal stock exchange his community before he engages In disappointments; no long waiting;
bitration.To the federal government Lillien- tested and trusted for over a genera-
the average person the whole The court decreed commission; David E. and crime. Every man who,will be arrested tion. Just try at our risk-your money

looked: unreasonable and unnec- that he must thal, Tennessee vaHey -authority- next week Is labeled as a proba- back if not delighted. Get a; large box ,

thing The longshoremen, like: their Ole H. Olson give, his office to T. W, Norcross, assistant chief of the bility for arrest this week. People of Nadinola Bleaching Cream at toilet
essary. up counters, or by mail postpaid, only 50c.
fellow workers all along the west Coy Ole H. Olson. Langer defied the forest service.'TpAMMANY wonder how he makes a living; his NADINOLA, Paris, Tenn.WANTED.

coast have been on strike for changed court, refused to move out of office, sum- habits are not the normal habits of

working conditions, and were_ joinedby moned the National Guard to supporthim \ \ HALL has a new chieftain the steady men of the community.

the marine workers and teamsters. and called a special session of J- In the person of James J. Dool- I We must tighten up on suspicious

Then Joseph P. Ryau, national presi-' the legislature, which he dominates. ing, elected at the urgent demand of characters who have no visible meansof

dent of the longshoremen, signed an Olson countermanded these orders, Postmaster General Farley. lie took: support. Of my acquaintances I
would returnto his seat at the head of the once great list of those liable GUNS andO
agreement that the men and Adjt. Gen. Earle R. Sarles seemedto and can make an accurate TWO SHOT

work: pending arbitration and a side with him, though he kept two Democratic organization an- to be arrested; so can you. The BOOKS ON SHOOTINGWould

labor disputes board was appointed companies of the National Guard on nounced that he would undertake to cost of crime to the worthy majorityIs like to purchase at reasonable fig-
Roosevelt But Harry do two things. The first is to restore I ure high-grade! 16-gauge double shot gun,
President disorders and burdensome. see
by duty in Bismarck: to quell possible enormous double triggers, and 12-gauge double shot
Bridges, an Australian radical who Is It.was reported that thousands harmony within the society by eliminating men on the streets every day who gun with single trigger.Give full I informa-
maritime workers: factional disputes; the second, tion as to make, boring,length; of barrels,
the local
head of farmers: were on their way should be promptly arrested as vagrants weight,drop and other stock dimensions.
gained control of the situation and to the capital city determined to sup and perhaps harder task:, is to changethe as a precautionary measure; Must be in first-class condition. Would
blocked the move for arbi- he New York point of view toward ; also purchase early American books on
absolutely action loafers dead
port Langer in whatever they violate the law as fire arms and shooting. Pollard's
; tration, persuading the men to repudiate might demand. It was believed the Tammany. beats adventurers.( guns Book of the Pistol"and Sawyer's"Pistols

the Ryan agreement. In the unionsof legislature would vote wholesale Im- \ S state and Revolvers"particularly price and whether books desired.and bindingare Please

the San Francisco metropolitan peachments of state officials, possibly ALL Germany and most of the rest Occasionally a written sentence Is in first-class condition. Address

urea It Is said the conservatives out including the members of the Supreme the world heard Adolf Hitler so wise and true as to be worthy of a 2 Hawthorne C.Road Al.LA,Bronxvlllc PIERRE ,New YorkM'

number the radicals, put the latter court who voted to oust Langer. justify his bloody purging of the Nazi place In the permanent philosophy of,

are trained In the tactics of intimidation Langer and several codefendantswere party, Involving the violent deaths oft every fairly Intelligent and honest man.I .

and are seeking to wreck the convicted in June. The federal 77 persons, and his know of no American who may be

r trades unions for the benefif the government charged that the Langergroup defiance of his ene- credited with a greater number of I IN

cause of Communism. forced federal employees to, contribute mies within and with- such rare exhibitions than Abraham $ .

Mayor\ Angelo J. Rossi announced a to a political fund. This fund, out the reich. The Lincoln. And the sentences I admire

1 pledge to run every "Communistic ag- it ,was said, was collected supposedlyfor chancellor in his were cast In almost perfect form; MORE, ANTS !
itator" out of San Francisco. The a newspaper. The government speech before a com- nothing can .be taken from them
pledge, announced through an emergency plaisant reichstag employed SPEED-GO Kills Them Quickly!
contended that the money eventuallywent --.___ ; nothing added, without harm. Yet "
citizens' committee, said : !' his well known Bottle Lasts Whole Season :Mail EOc to
into the campaign chest. Langersoon Lincoln was not a professional writer. MILLER PRODUCTS CO..15 laight St.New York
"I pledge to you that I, as chief executive afterward was re-nominated by gift of oratory to the He almost never went to school; of
in San Francisco, to the full '/ limit, and unless the ,* -
and followingthis SPARKER'S
an overwhelming vote, men'of today not one In n hun- ,. -
extent of my authority, will run out he was sentenced to IS months In Berlin correspondentsare young dred had as poor a start as Lincoln.
of San Francisco every Communistic mistaken, he won
prison. Americans of large equipmentI
-' "'- Of all HAIR BALSAM
agitator, and this is going to be a con to his support the
Emerson as e RemoveaDandraf-StopHalrFalling
Ralph Waldo per-
tinuing policy in San Francisco." Chancellor great majority of Ger- y Imparts Color and
CENATOR WILLIAM G. McADOO Lacking Emerson's -
Hitler. haps the ablest writer. BeautytoGrayand Faded Hair
of California was too fond of pol- mans who were wavering ,enormous technical education, 6Oc and Jl.Wki.00 at.Patehogqe.N Droeeista.HlpcoxChcm .Y,
was disquieting strike news to him.
In their allegiance
TLlEllE itics and travel to suit his wife, whose Lincoln was timid, and wrote sparingly. FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use la
many parts of the country. Hitler not only defended the slaughter -
interests were in sculpture, paintingand out specimen connectionwithParker'6HairBalsam.Makesthhair
I point
The unions of Portland, Ore., were of the alleged conspirators, but I soft and fluffy. BO cents by mail or at dniB-
home life. So the former Eleanor of folly In Emerson's writing; none In Chemical Works Patchogue N.Y.
pushing their plans for'a general also warning that a like fate aists.lIiscox
Wilson, daughter of the war-time gave Lincoln's he Intended for the pub c..
strike,, and their officials said nothing awaits all other "traitors."
President, went before a judge In Los love letters were
of his private
could now be done to prevent it. Tin "Every one is to know for all future Some
Angeles with her complaint and in Intended for
truck: drivers of Minneapolis and their times," he said, "that, If he raises foolish, but these were
42 minutes had been inter-
granted an
helpers voted for a: renewal of- their his hand for attack against the state, the fire.
strike which In May tied up transportation locutory divorce decree. "Mental certain death will be his lot. And no one should be criticized for
cruelty" was the charge, and Mrs.\
and resulted in fatal riots. Far from apologizing for the kill- folly In love. d \
McAdoo testified that the senator had lMAKE
Representatives\ of 40 out of 42 ings, he shouted: "I gave orders to
locals of the United Textile WorkersIn been living almost entirely in Washington shoot those who were mainly responsible "Before the gates of excellence,"

Alabama decided state-wide for two years, and that it was Resold "the high gods have
on a : for treachery. I gave further, wrote THEM HAPPY
strike which will affect impossible for her to reside in the Long Is the road thereto c:
18,000 operatives orders to burn out into the raw flesh placed Sweat.
The date was not announced. National Capital because the climate the pest boll of our Internal well and rough and steep at the first; One bottle of 'DEAD SHOT' Dr.Peery's .

Demands made to the employers Include there was injurious to her health. poisoning and the. poisoning of foreign but when the height Is achieved, then Vermifuge will save you

: Thirty hour week with $12 min- Senator McAdoo did not contest'thedivorce countries. I was the supreme court of there Is ease, though grievously hard money, time, anxiety, and restore

'Imum pay, abolition of the "stretch. and there was a property settlement the land for 24 hours." IB the earning. .the health of your children in case

out" system, reinstatement of all jobs the details of which were not Ills indictment of Roehm and the C of Worms or Tapeworm.Dr.Peery's'DEAD .

abolished under the stretchout sys- made public. The custody of the two circle ef perverts that surrounded him Probably seven' out of ten people SHOT Vermifuge
tem; re-employment of all workers children was vested In both parents.It .
was terrific in Its details and convincing have grumbled about the moving pic-
discharged for union activity and was revealed that the McAdoos have .
recognition to 'most of his countrymen.Just they could write
tures and thought aNOnxf Iw r a
of the textile workers';: union been separated since last December. of his ad- doneso. ill v sutiy a0L t
before the delivery better plays, but they have not.
for collective bargaining under provisions dress, Hitler and his government were The mechanics of the pic- 4 r
of the NRA. of torrential rain
In the and Italy
I Britain
DAYS notified by Great theaters have been Improved until
Employees of Walter J. Kohler In of southern Poland resulted the eastern Euro- ture SOc n bottle ot drat gists or ;;"
that they approved but
of marvelous, N.V. City
they are little {prl ht's Pill Co., 100 Gold St. ,
Kohler village; Wisconsin, are out on In raging floods that poured pean security pacts that France Is show less Improvement -
authors and producers
strike and began picketing the plant through the valleys, drowning perhapsas fostering. These would' include Russia Science always does bet-

though it has been closed down since many as three hundred pers!ns. Poland, the Baltic states and ( or Intellectuals SORE EYES Dr.Salter'6Eye Lotion
than the philosophers
July 4. These workers for whom.Koli More: than 55,000 were without food Czechoslovakia, and unless Germanyalso ter than In2itotf .
more and Inflamed eyes
claim to know and cares sore
ler built and maintained an "Ideal" and shelter. The property loss was signed up the result would be the relieves boars Helps the weak eyed, cures without pain.

Industrial town and who have been tremendous, all the crops just harvested forging of an Iron band around the mechanics). Ask nom your BeformJJlsuensar druggist or dealer 1".O.for SAI/TEll'S.oJ!'lIilAtlAntS.G.Only. ,

treated with remarkable generosity by being ruined. rtich. 1THE






Washingtonians and visitors aliife]
Tlew the beautifully engrossed and

FLAME I signed copy of the Declaration of In

# OF dependence on exhibition In the LIbrary
; of Congress as the "original."

: ByVINGIE But It Is not that, says Pathfinder
Magazine. The original Is in the

t E. ROE possession treasury of the, but national It Is not bibliographic dIs--

THE BO RD ER played._ These facts were recently

I Copyright Doubleday, Doran# Co., Inc brought out In a brochure published

'V7NU Service by the government printing office.

The copy ordered printed and pro-

I claimed on July 4, 1770, has only the
I printed signatures of John Hancock

CHAPTER I so patient, so hopeless. And they are. tilled the heart of woman since crea- Lila as president of the Continental congress -
-1- so poor. They make me fairly question sighed and looked at Babs and Charles Thompson as sec-
through the
Lone Mesa. destiny sometimes." tion.She had essayed death as InstinctiveIv open door retary. Although the ,displayed copy

The "My darling Why bother your dear she "This world !Is hard on children Is da-ted "In Congress, July 4 1776 "
girl, clinging to the face of the as drew her breath, and had and ,
head? What's one Navajo women, she said, "and only a the Declaration
more or done It was not ordered
weathered cliff, her booted feel barely on Instant. The man the man's en-
true love "
I touching the narrow ledge ,below, was less? tall, lean vandal of saddle and spur, redeems It. I grossed until July 19, and afterwardthe

I, chiefly conscious of the strain upon "I "wish you wouldn't talk like that, who had ridden her down to the mesa's "And here" comes one of the crusaders I engrossed copy ,was signed by
Hod, sht- said earnestly. "If now, said Sonya nodding her John Hancock and 55
her wrists. All the pain In the world you edge and .lifted her bodily from Darkness' members.
knew them like I do black head toward the
couldn't. northern
I back sage.
seemed centered there. She knew that came back In her vision "
t They are a lost people, that I "Serge.
E. grant he
three hundred feet of space hung blue as had come again and again on
you, who know they are lost, and they the ride A pink flush spread quickly up under -
and clear beneath her that the azure home, [in the patio with Rod.
I are going down to oblivion like a gallant She could the Lila's fair skin. Her blue/eyes Mercol zedWax
sky cupped serenely above, and still see long blue eyes of
with crinkled
I she endured with her mouth set and ship Its sails set and flags him, wild with Inner fire under their at the corners. Always the
I flying. You don't understand Rod sound of her husband's
her dark eyes flaming upward at the sleepy look They had large pupils under
t face which topped the mesa's rim. "No," said the man, getting up and their bronze-colored lashes, and thpywere phenomenon of joy to sight upon may''
coming toward her "I her face. Ar; i.7eeps
r don't. Neitherdo fierce and cruel
This swift
was a man's, face, and eyes that
I want to. I only understand that A little later he
lean and weathered as the land about, could change In a second from one came In from the

I'a. face wild as a hawk's, with long blue your absurd devotion to them Is keepIng vital expression to another. back patio, scrubbed and shining, his
you from me and from rightful riding clothes brushed free'
eyes that watched her painfully. your She had seen them change. Instantly, of theday's
place In life. when she looked sand and dust, his dark face
Moreover, It was'a drunken face-or up after the sliding
\ He stooped and kissed her gently. burned by sun and wind.
It over the rim
bad been ten minutes ago. tne Jolting catch of I
) Now it was sobering fast, and there "Go wash and rest a bit child," he her clutching bands in the pinon roots A nandsome man was Serge Savarin, I

...-.. was sweat at its temples. said ; "you look rather fagged. Lilas From that promising[ sleepy wildness taller than Sonya, showing his Russian I Skinounq
I. [ In the nursery with Dabs, and to wide blood In the bold contours Absorb blemishes
"Let go with one hand-please-an' shock. Had seen them literally of his face, and discoloration using
Serge Is out on the range somewhere.Said sober the fire fn his black the Mercolized Wax daily 33 directed. Invisibfi
catch th' themselves from half-drunkeu eyes,
rope. Its owner begged, "for he wouldn't be In particles of aged skin are freed and all
i th' love of God !" night""All dementia to anguished sanity. Strange his movements defects such ns blackheads,tan freckles and
right," said Sonya, "I largo pores disappear. Skin 13 then beauti
f guess He
"Leave God out of It !" the girl 'I'll take advice[ : I eyes. Beautiful, even In their beast- kissed Lila, with a long kiss, fully clear, velvety and so soft-face looks
your am a little like smiled Afercohzed
cruelty. There had been at Sonya. years younger. Wax brings out
panted thinly. "A lot know about no
you tired. your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists.
him !I- v mercy for her In them. A wave, of this "Whew !" he said. "Sure [Is good to Powdered
She rose and entered the deep house cold i Saxolite-
"Then for terror of that moment went over get home. I I Reduces wrinkles and other
folks 8mply I
your miss. Haven'tyou .. age-signs. -
a cool place, its walls laid flat I
up of her, followed dissolve one ounce Sazolite in half-pint I
Instantly by n burning Rodney Blake came in his
got folks bandsin
some somewhere I
who'dbreak I Bitch hazel and
stones chinked with adobe mud. Its flush vsa daily w face louoo |
their hearts If of anger. the pockets of his plus-fours. ,
you-If you- bare floors
bright with Indian
fell?" rugs. "I'll take my pound of flesh from "This Is the darnedest family," e I
Sonya Savarin[ iQved her brother him for &J
this she
told herself
"Sure 1 havt-a brother who'd kill through complained grinning. "Here am I, n
you If he knew." house his wife, his[ child, and himself tight Ups "If it takes me the rest of guest under its roof, and I've twiddledmy
| hpst of all For five I STANDARD MASHES
she had
natural life.
my If
"I'd give him th chance. Only a free citizen of thumbs all day waiting for It to
eaten in- this country can't ride In safety I'll see I'm around."
rope. it's a little
pull. I'll know the The Greatest Feed Values
reason why Today
have you up here In a minute.[ "Now, Hod said Lila, "is that nice?

"For what?" she asked bitterly. Then she finished dressing and went tl.tven't dabs and I paid you all the THEY have won their success on the

The man groaned. out to where Lila, dark Serge's long_ attention possible?" tests made with flocks in the

"For your life-an your safety' ," haired, golden wife, '(put ,the tiiilsliiii,; t "Babs The young autocrat I She's results Southeastern the many States high-priced outdistancing mashes-in

"You give me your word?" touches on the table for the e\enmu slept mist of the time and Ignored! me I I have proven time and time again that

E "Yes. Will you take It?" meal. They were n striking toil I fill I the rest. You've done pretty well. I IIila it takes Quality to get such wonderful
each other Sonyi and her slsler-iu[ results month after month and year
"I will. Swing that considering the thousand
loop to my other thingsyou've ,after year.
law, one so' tall and dark
und viral,
shoulder. I'm left-handed." r done today about the house, Before
buy mashes
you any more of
With the expert precision of a .v full-lipped full of brow above her but as for these others, well. I know I other brands,let us send you samples-

trained cow band the man swung the dusky eyes, sinuous In hei movements, I should he highly affronted by their see for yourself the uniformity of the
the other small and mixing, the unfailing freshness
fragile as a Mower and
loop indifference i
around Some
her slim day I'm
body With a going to I above all, the high-grade
fair ingredientsUsedwmakingStandardBrandMaihe
a thing to look at to know "
cat-like of J They he no kidding. .
sweep her left hand the ; *.
glrl caught It. let go the bare root of 1 were close as a/hand in its ;Inc(. ,thp,<:" "Yeah, like h-I I you will," said f O Don't let anyone talk you out of the
the dead pinon pine stump on the rim two.A Serge. "('ollie here, linos, and, sit on extra profit you can make by feeding
Standard Mah..
which had saved her, and swung clear. tight conspiracy' u;;aln&i Uncrown (Kiddys, lap for supper."
Serge sometimes" rhern See Your Standard Dealer Today
Hand over hand the man raised her It, was u pleasunr meal that followed '
If ther. .
smilingly, meaning himself. But It no dtaltrin ,yoarteetien.
the scant ten feet which had and later the will
separated small group sat lathe we supply you. Write for full
i ". them and pulled her over the edge of was a conspiracy, of, love and loyalty big; patio watching the twilight particular Adds'... Dek E. W.
' : ( ( and that dear service which only love
!L c
1 r thecliff. Together they rose to their 4I march acrosthe mysterious land In
and he kneIf It nail CO.
,feet and stood looking into .Usable
each other's uiti li| beauty. I ISOIlYII
with served him ,well, for thing nud nor 8 Fairlie St., N.W., Atlanta, Ga.
eyes tragic tenseness which pre- resting ilea head against the I
been too i i
on the
easy ranch in rhe
cluded speech' 'NI brush long chair's back, sighed In sheer't'cSlasy
country where Serge Sa ri
; /
Then the I ; Iran
man stooped and pickedup of appreciation.
S/ tils flocks of sheep and
the \ jf women
girl's wide hat and "
timidly "Tired dear? asked Rod
can hold the minds of tenderly
up when
held It out to her. She took It withouta 1It uteri Sonya moved and looked at him. For
waters of circumstance\ become 10,' Electrically-minded Boys
I word, set It on her dark head, "
deep. These two had waded with him. "Tiri'il Why. no. I'm not tired who
brushed the white are not going to college,
I sandy sift of the I -
; she
cliff-face from leaning [In against his shoulders Frail now ONE-YEAR ENGINEERING COURSE
her shirt[
and riding "
breeches and him Lila had carried his child too, anti "Then why the sigh? offered by Bliss Electrical Schoolis
catch her
horse and lead it back. Sonya had stood hj at its deliveraru-e "Oh. I don't know. Just-just drink- worthy of careful investigation.

That had been three years tuck, and he Ing [In= all this, I guess." Graduates are qualified for imme-

She took her rein and swung up in The Man, the Tall, Lean Vandal of knew [In his heart th.it It it hadn' She waved her Hands apart, and the diate entry into all branches of the
her saddle, her lips set [In a tight line Saddle and Spur, Who Had Ridden electrical
the in work
been for their strong courage he'd have gesture compassed whole lonecnunu'y industry of en-
above her firm chin. (in that tense Her Down to the Mesa's
with i gineering character. 42nd begins
given up. But be had been ashamed simple eloquence.The year
silence she leaned to the start. when Edge.
he caught her horse's bit to quit and times were better now, man smoking, watched her with Sept. 26, 1934. For catalog,

"I-miss," he said thickly, "I want lived with them in this lour land of The flocks had become herds I He ha 1 speculative eyes, In which there wasa ',,lt'( address

to-to say that I ain't ever felt so bad cactus, sand, ant, sunlight, and It Indians with them In' camps all ove: glint: of hardness. This country and .LBLISS ELECTRICAL
In lIfe seemed as [if a hand at her the sage. i Us I problems they menaced his hope,
my I've done a lot of things tugged 567 Takoma Ave., Washington, D. C.
that wouldn't bear: light, but nothln' heart whenever she thought of leaving "Hello, Sonja," said i Lila "Ilow'sTwo and he was beginning to hate them
them. Fingers' wife?" with,a deep and abiding; hatred.
so bad as this I never made so big a / I :

mistake In Judgment [In all my days, She had' thought of that gravely the "Bad," said! Sonya. "I'm afraid ,1'm Serge was talking about the bands A MONEY TREE MIGHT BEAR ;

I an' there ain't no excuse I can offer. I last yenr.Of New York and Rodney going to' lose her. She's n sweet thin:;:. of his sheep on Bad [Land Levels, and DOLLARS ONCE A YEARbut

just-just didn't know a woman lived Blake and all they stood forconvention too, pretty and young 1'wo tmhies I.Ila"II! a!:klng: this and that quest'-on our plan Rives you dollars every day. i'
The at Intervals: and presently Son/a Glvo your empty pocketbook a treat. Writ
who'd patience of these ,
rather die than-than-" and affluence and what the world Indians Is pathetlc. JE1IOCO

"No?" said the girl like a rasp. called life. It had been a year. on the She whispered to me lint II watching the great stars come out upon 1225! Park Row BaildJnjr, New York City.

"You've got a lot to learn then. Now. nineteenth of nest month, since she she had to go away why narrowit t the blue heavens, lost the purport of I _

get out of my way." had promised to marry him Rod was was the common lot." I their words. She was thinking of the

She lifted the rein again, leaned In the soul of gallantry and had made "Poor creature" said 'Lila hei eyes woman in the lowly hogan beyond Chee : for

.CE.... her saddle, and the tall ,black horse three trips to Arizona In that time, filling. "What ,more can you du. dear?' wash mid of the dark-faced man who I BiliousnessSour
). S loved her In his, silent fashion, and her ,
I I her leaped to his stride from always urging her to come away with "Only a very little more. I'm :.:oiim

: aj standing start. him, to give up her work:, and always back early tomorrow and slay.I with heart: was sail and heavy with her fear I Stomach

1 I Across the high mesa she went like she had put him off a little longer. Not her, till the crisis passes." for thtm. Gas and Headache

a streak of dame her scarlet shirt that she wasn't fond of him. Who "If she dies said Lila "what I wit! And then superimposed upon their I
tniged.v. she saw again the due to
i palhetlr
against the blue sky making a fire In could fall to be fond of him ,with his become of the babies?'"

'the spirit of the man who stood watch- good looks, his smiling good-nature? "Two Fingers< [' has a slntei over in sky he.vond Lone Mesa's rim and the I ConstipationDo

.. Ing her. When be could no longer And he was Serge's closest friend. Long Ruins. Maybe she'd lake them wild lair fare of a man sobering In I

hear the sound of her horse's feet slid Dated from college days. But how I I'd hate to See them go Into the bchoul bewilderment and anguish. She stirred ,

ing In the loose stone silt he stooped could she"give up her work here among They're so little and so wild-::like In her chair and Rod Blake touchedher I I"J.I '

I and olcked up his own hat For a the people whom she had learned to baby quail. They need a woman'slove hand" ,. I
? she said, startled.
long time he ,held It In his two hands love and who needed her and her skillso ,' not a routine." TO BE CONTINUED.

staying at It unseeing. jadly? Wasting herself Rod said.
Oown on the sandy levels If she must practice medicine -- nf
the girl why ,rc
Eve her horse his head and sailed not do It where the results were valu- S

R. away toward the north and east Two) able, among folks who counted, where
London : i
': Boasts of More '
I ours later she 'rode Into the stone- she could make a career for herself In Population II IIIhlll

flagged house and patio of her brother's ranch her chosen field? Than 8,000,000. in Square Miles
swung on with the
i last These thoughts passed through her
thunder of the Iron-shod
"That feet. mind as she divested herself of her The question Is often asked "'Wlnn TrallJc] London will have a population _

was a "pretty piece of borse- dusty riding clothes and bathed In the Is the population of; London today?" of 10.000,000, possibly more. In
-;- manship. Sonya, said a man's voice ; low pool In one corner of her room But all sorts of Londons Greater
'- must be taken: London, which extends to 692
"quite ridden spectacular like "How long have,' where the living waters of the springran Into consideration to give the right square miles, the population Is now you lack PEP ?
you that ?
softly through and out under the answer There are, In fact 14 different 8,202.000. or about 100,000 more thanIn
"Oh hello. Ar. you all In, tired and run down
Rod !
Why, I don't wall in a pipe. A treasure, this Indoor Londons, the latest being Traflu Metropolitan Police London.

know. Ever since I've been In this pool. A blessing It would be hardto London, which extends to lS2u; square I Of course the City of London I

country, I guess-n\e years now. It'sa leave along with Darkness, her miles and has a population of 9,140.- er Is only a tiny part of the 1UMTERSMlT8s)

gestures land.that makes.! for flight and, wide, horse, and Lila and little Babs. 000. It has come by its name, says being just a square mile in Capltal'j. IIJ TONIC

Yet she had come near as a breath New York Sun because all forms of a resident population of
,4 1 see. You've
't.(:( scionable time. been gone an uncon, to leaving them three hours back and traffic In that area are operated under 11,000, but with a daily working pop- Will rid you of

,, Where've you been?" had not given 'them a thought There the, direction of the London Transport ulation of several hundred thousand.

'Over beyond Chee wash. There'sa had been no thought In her when she board. It Is claimed In some quarters that If MALAR6A.nel

sick woman tn a bogun, and I'm flung ner body out of the arms of A number of the Chills.
the satellite towns:: the metropolis was governed by fewer build you up. Used for 60 yurt for
.' afraid she's going to die." man who held her and over the edgeof which come under the transport authorities or public bodies-there are fever Malaria and

A shadow passed across the girl's Lone Mesa-only the age-old terrorof scheme are not, strictly speaking, part 273 of them-It would be easier to con- A General Tonic

face, darkening It for a moment, I conquest, the high, fierce flare of of the metropolis. trol the "devastating sprawl" and air EOe anal $1.00 At All Dratiiav

"These Indians are so pitiful, Rod, white-hot fury at defilement which has In another five years It Is expected taln the green ring.

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-- FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1034.

PAGE EIGIIT -, ": ; --
.. -- ( Welatka will be sent over to
that the
., ceedur for him. I know you'll enjoyit.

.!..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-+::..:. r pump here. With commuting both distance the big, .t
culvert, 4A, is about, as dredges in easy
The baby

:i: TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY :!.: Castles In The Glades\ *]'* & Wallace l! babies.troublesome They, had and five as wet pumps, as work-most -wouldn't Jitney Ford I have and a grand Hugh .time Howell! are.

:t: I :;: ing and two: more being installed the inspecting the retaining fire-toe dike work, ahead oppositethe of r ,

other day, trying to get the hole dry Myacca ).:..
nice farm for an
h The Wallace menage is by way of muck is making a McCreavy.1 enough to pour concrete, and Mr. the gnlfport.
old engineer friend, 'Mr. I had a lot more news, but I've run
LI i.. becoming a, menagerie. The McFad- expects to have quantities efj Lawler was :wading around.up: to his .
who of
at the [, out space.
BY from waist in the water poking
horned toad and'
.t.y brought us a
dens cool house that
vegetables soon. His 'r Well, Mrs. Wallace, I do hope
:;: RUSSELL KAY :: Texas, and Pop bought a baby Raccoon comfortable home-built rustic rockers 'I walls Stewart with a stood crowbar on the while bank Inspector and- you and Pop will have 'a lovely vacation -

X X which added to a dog and a made a pleasant resting spot, on here and in Miami. Thank you so much.
is driven
b Grad- cussed. The piling

.:..:..:..:..:..:+: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:' lection.cat and Tarzaa The horned makes toad quite has a been col the ing way levee to back watch of the the Oriente.Monighans is as outside soon looking as they in can, they'll get the start water con-, i I'msure'So, as Tish we will.says good bye.-Toodle-
and if have-
dragline, you "
the done by a
And now
DAYTONA BEACH:- other culvert is 00.
he has no struction. Stewart's
named Jack Dempsey; this dry-pit method pf
be- n't watched
Advocate is all cross backfill and
"Wauchula practically. finished, just
mention the Frog Frolic emotions, no intellect and no instincts digging, take a trip out and see how -
cause I some riprap to be done.
they pulled off down there a few ; he just sits in the sun during McKenzie does it. Mr. Mac himselfwas no.3, forms are Ir
At hurricane gate
machine 'o-"U, S'13
his six yard I : ![
operating J
weeks ago; yet some people the day and goes Into a coma aboard and being built and pouring will prob- .l. '-'
to come
why columnists get grey.I we named Em- I and allowed me start the last of this week or .
at night. The coon around and watch the internal ably Counselor and Attorney at.IJaw
ride : !
receive a post card from the first of next. Gayle has Ted Eft- ;
did believe the christ-!
Jones, but I most interesting ex-
peror I workings of a Hopkins BuildingWednesdays
of here
Gene Plowden bearing the picture ening was premature, as further acquaintance cavator. Jim Stockley is still inspecting ing and Littlejohn as inspectors
a he-frog with a mouth as big as the with the cute little beast I this! job, with Williams at present, but will need more when t and Saturdays
Tunnel and carryin' an Inscription should be the concrete starts into the forms. 9:30 to 4:00 .
Holland it i
discloses the fact that and Mr. M. F. Ticknor, who has just ,
about a Frog Frolic but it Empress Jones, She is as tame as a returned from Miami where his wifeis I I This gate has the prettiest lay-out of I
sounded like a lot of HOP to me. Now of them and the most convenient
kitten and much more amusing. ill. Sympathy and best wishes any .
that a Frog Frolic -, very: onditions. Of which, more
Honest I figured Jo wants a monkey I want a honey for her early recovery, Merton.Mr. working
nothin' but a flock of Frenchmen You can drive down now and
was bearT"and Pop wants a skunk.V'hen McCarte, who has been on, anon.
but now I learn thatit in plain sight is the Hal- Watches Clocks, Jewelry
on a picnic; we get the skunk-and you get the McKenzie contract, has been see it. And .. _
really is quite an auspicious occasion cold-You must come up the McWilliams job. landale and her flowerpot puttingout Rear or
over your transferred to
adult polly-wogs perform rapidly on the Arundel job.
where levee
,- and see us sometime. I The new big Marion is spotted on Clewiston Drug. CompanyJewelry
and carry on for the of enlighten-a large Let's take a quick 'glance at the I McWilliams levee but isn't working I .told you that the Gulfport would Repairing
ment and work around Clewiston and Pahokee yet. A new inspector on this job is strike her stride soon. Well, listento

and eager audience. and get caught up on the progress reports -I. Eddie J. McCook-what a lot of Macs this: she pumped last month approximately W. H. MERRITT

One of the outstanding events inn I and news this week. we are getting around, here-from 443,000 cubic yards of WATCHMAKER: & JEWELER

-- international Frog Jumping Con- First, thank all of you wno spoke Jacksonville. Also our friend J.- K.Mowrey material, of which about 163,000was CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.

test. Trainers and handlers bring so appreciatively of last week's ar- is coming in under the, b'i;; muck and 280,000 yards went .- O. Box 521

important hoppers from distant states ticle about Mr. Moore. It came from tent as inspector:, but I don't know into the levee. Is. she doing good '

and pit them against the best the the heart. I assure you and that it where he will be assigned. work, or is she? Captain Carter "We Are Here, To Stay"
understandthey I
local field can offer. I the seemed to express just what so many Robbie Smith has been called to beams with pride when you are prop-i

even bet regular money on felt is a real satisfaction to_the writer. the'illness of his mother erly impressed by his dredge's performance

outcome, but you wouldn't catch I picked me No one could do Mr. Moore justice :Savannah by he will be back and you can't blame him. .;..:_:_:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..;.. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..i..;.
doin' that. No sir, the frog with mere words, but as far as I and we hope Jerry Conroy is getting-well, let '" .

would be sure to croak before he ever could put into clumsy: English the soon with encouraging news. \ us say, plumper. I don't know whether :;Tj|;: New and Used *;

crossed the finish line. impressions he has left with us, I''I I. Rufe Smith-no relation, for it is breathing lake air or swimming -

When all this devilment I was was up goin'on in did so with complete sincerity. 1 I which both man will devoutly exclaim -i I more or less unexpectedly, in :|: FURNITURE :i:'
< down the chaperonage with
the Tuesday I made, under the Lordhas! returned -I the lake water that is agreeing y
down on "Thank
the low
Chicago gettin' when 'of Inspector Williams a tour his vacation, spent in him. Two draglines are shaping the $ .t...
Florida exhibit. Let me know McKenzie job. (I really don'tfollow from 1 1 Gulfpert levee, with Shaw, Hodges I :

you are pullin'and another I'll sure party hop down to it.. of the that man around from one Sarasota.town red I was, but told J wouldn't that he paintedthe believe I and Steil, who was with Stewart-, in- I !:: BELLE GLADE :;:
Gene, he thinks
your way another, but I bet specting. 1
While it's all right'that for one-half Dave mill to place I do.) to This is a fast-moving contract such And a thing speaking about of Rufus-oh vacations,, Pop no. N... C. Buchanan is back with Uncle. :I: FURNITURE COMPANY ::

whoop it up about just now; they are working in good no. next week in Sam, and is in charge of the two new .1.
want to taking ours
reduction in taxes, he don't with no rock to speak of, and I are the government draglines working on the :: ::
material will write | Florida
forget that it was raised a year ago Monighans are piling Miami, and son Bill levee and ; Belle Glade,
six and the ,two big Most of know old Canal job; splitting s
to you
for me. '
from four and in short order.: The Orienteis Kollum building lakeside retaining dike. I To Theatre :::.
This present half- it up end'of that. Bill had a column for a, longtime :> Next Door ;
and five-eighths. muck at the glad to work resumed on\
stripping up I American,, am sure see ..
Jacksonville .. :
mill one-fourth reduction mill still to go leaves before one we're the old McWilliams building levee firetoe., and a drag-The I so this in will the be quite a normal pro- this section, particularly since I hope .::N...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
is J
when Dave line there
back where we

went in.The -
two theme sqngs the boys all

sang when the yere gallopin' aroundthe '

state askin' 'us for votes were"economy" : "M
and "tax reduction". -- .

Colonel Jim Lee got up on his ear MINRRAL : : ::;/'
and demanded that the millage be : : :::

reduced to four and two-fifths when i .

the boys but were they arguin'went on about ahead it last and .
raised protest.the anty over the Comptroller's MILL! ONSl"

then I've had my ear to the
Since .
0-4. _
ground but I haven't heard the Colonel _.. .. ._ /. .

sayin' much lately about lower 1 ... -:.+-:::_..........--__.---'-.... .'.1 tI "

taxes. I suppose it don't make any ''.........._.J __ _. ,.._. / ..

difference now. Voters have all for- -
gotten those campaign promises. Jim (.. .. I I'.i
converted and now (
has probably been .. ... ,-
realizes that this tax reduction gag ,-' -

is nothin' but a lot of hooey anyhow: .1. .. "
It's not hard to fool the custo- -. .

mers if you quietly jump the rate two '
.- or three mills and then lower it a .' '

{ half-mill at a time to the. tune. of a .

steam Haines callope.City, the alleged "Gatewaj' ; ;,:({i -

to South Florida" has devised a novel 'r. ; F'L 0 RI I D A

plan, to catch and hold the tourist. _'JY:.'4 l't' -" \.'. .-.. "; ,
They have a lot ef trick ordinance a ';}\ /
: ii.: '
and when the poor dumb motorist ":'t'. 'j. : { :i\ ;, .", ;

inadvertently tion, they pounce breaks on a him minor with regula-hob- : .: : '. -'I'i..: :-i. :.\ : -' .: '::<, SURPRISING to those who think of Florida as the "playground of America I '

nailed boots and encourage his return ,-: /' ;<. -- ., ',.:." ;.. ._<"; .: -.i j: ,: that this state produces minerals averaging $15,000,000 in value .

r ; to the city with a stiff -appear .: j- ..' )' y.;\ .-.': ,;.. :,'.. _: ,.. .:;;;;,.k, .." annually. Rich deposits, scarcely touched, await the development that must :.i

ance sense bond. of It's bringing a swell idea.tourists What'sthe to \ :<
Florida if we can't shake 'em down :.:' .<. -: while here. j .
they're J'o
.",1.'L, ..,<>,"->'.,\< <-:.,-.. ". ;' '.,. :. .:-:... .>.:.;' '":' i.,'r. :: :.:,.: has four metallic and thirteen non-metallic minerals In commercial ..'. '"

NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE .:' ./.;::.i.-:.<.!.p'...f :;.:-. -;:' }.Z,;: : ; ",i" quantity and quality. Of these, the most important is phosphate, used in ..-*- 'I.
,. ";' 1'':i.<1\ ;;,(> : '
F :' .t- ':?:.-, '. : = '..(o' 3":,' over half of this counlrv's consumption of commercial I fertilizer. Florida mines ._ ..
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,\' .' 9 '
t the undersigned Special Master in :_;..' :/ .\; .. .-. 80 per cent of the phosphate produced in the United States and one-third ; ?

Chancery, by virtue of the final -decree ( ',. .: .. ...".. c.l7" of the world supply. .. '
r of foreclosure that ) :
entered in ... ," ;
certain cause pending in the Circuit : :: "-. The All Florida Committee : : : ;
Court of the Twelfth Judicial 'Circuit \ "' -'Jt':.
4 : Other important mineral products include lime limestone sand gravel .
of Florida, in and for Hendry is a non-partisan,' 9 ,

k Co, in Chancery, wherein W. G. Trox- non profit organization. clays, Fuller's earth, kaolin, ilmenite, zircon, rutile, monazite and peat. Fifty

ler, as successor trustee, is plaintiffand the promotion of' per cent of this country's Fuller's earth comes from Florida. The finest :
the Clewiston Company, a corporation for
et al,. are defendants, will} on Florida's Welfare 03 a kaolin, used for porcelain l and diatomaceous earth, applied in dozens of commercial -

hours Monday of, August eleven 6 o'clock, 1934, between A. M. and the ,; whole. Study these useis mined here. The peat supply is tremendous, but undeveloped; "H,

two o'clock, P. M.-, at the front door .. weekly announcements a single Everglades fire has wasted enough peat fuel to illuminate the citycarefully / ,f :
-of the County Courthouse in LaBelle I .
of Tampa for several .
4 Hendry County, Florida, offer for so that you may r,,, years. iA' d
sale and sell at public outcry,. to the know Florida and thus ::.."' i ...
best and highest bidder for cash .
the following described property in I be 'better filled to co- .-:: Unusual opportunities are offered in the many allied mineral industries "

Hendry- County, Florida, to-wit: 1 ); operate in Us prosperity.CQMIvfljTtE." that can and will be developed if the world; is informed of the value and .'-- .
All. of section thirty-six (3 G), : ...
; availability of these rich will be invested payrolls increased .
Township forty-three (43) South, .. deposits. Capital ,
: Range thirty-two (32)) East also | -'. 7
; homes built real
all of sections eighteen (18) nine- : population doubled and trebled when our resources are 5.t
teen (19), thirty (30), and thirtyone / known. ..:
(31) in Township forty- 11 ., -/ .; .. :i
three (43) South, Range thirty- V 1?;
three (33) East also all of sec- ," -' Lets turn the white light of publicity on the limitless resources of Flor J ;' .

tion four six(44)(6)South in ,Township Range thirty-forty- ., : CAll -.EcUE1 I DA' ida, illuminating! the story of our potential advantages., Let's unify our efforts ,

three (3.3) East, l combine our forces, weld together our interests in an All Florida advertising -
to satisfy said decree and all costs. : k
ALLEN CLEMENTS; \ program--mobilized? for the benefit of all sections of the sc a teIt's an investment .

Special Master In' ,Chancery. that will pay dividends in RFSUJJTSl 1' I .... W"n' -. ,. : .
6 to 4,
duly. Aug, \ .