The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00487
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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k! J Engineers Adopt NewConstruction I I Jas. Montgomery Suffers' I! Engineers Furnish Fried I DIAMOND BALLERS-- -

I O Crushed Ankle in MishapJames Chicken to Local TeamThe

: Schedule I DEFEATED 10 TOO

Montgomery received a U. S. Engineers base ball team

c) crushed ankle and other minor in- I is host tonight to the Clewiston bare BY FORT PIERCE

juries in a motorcycle-automobile ac- ball team at a fried chicken dinner

I A schedule of new work has been McMULLEN-BALOSOK cident which occurred'on the high- to be served on the mezzanine floor --

adopted by the U. S. Engineers which way near the Clewiston Motor Com- of the Clewiston Drug Company. The Clewiston's diamond ball boys, a

will place under construction by January -, The many Clewiston friends of :Miss pany Tuesday evening. Montgomerywas reason for the outburst of generosityon team entered by the Kiwanis: Club in

i. first practically all remaining Gertrude Balosok and K. S,, McMullen riding on a motorcycle being the part of Uncle Sam's laddies the district tournament, returned

I portions of levee and concrete structures are cordially interested in their driven by G. E. Barnes, when a truck was the 5 to 3 score by which Clew- from West Palm Beach Tuesday nightno

r on Lake Okeechobee and which marriage which occurred in Arcadia 1(I driven by Fred Hendriksen struck the iston won the game from the Engineers little chagrinned by the fact that

I f will include the first work to be begun Saturday.The motorcycle. No one else was injuredin Sunday afternoon.The poor hitting and some bad breaks left

i;r on the Caloosahatchee" river. I following! account of the' wed- the crash. Clewiston players attribute them on the zero end of a 10 to 0

:- The new work is to be paid from the ding appeared in. yesterday's Ar- The motorcycle was travelling east their victory to their superior play- score in a game with the fast Fort

l recent allocation of $3,700,000 ofj cadian: and the truck west, the accident oc- ing while! the Engineers are cure that Pierce Firemen. Howard Campbell,

PWA funds. for the Lake-0keechobee-i The marriage of Miss Gertrude curring about 7:30 in'the evening. the stimulus which gave the victors local pitcher, struck out 13 of the

i Caloosahatchee project.Advertisement Balosok, daughter of Mr. and 1Irs.I I| Mr. Montgomery is confined in the such marvelous skill was their vocif- East Coast aggregation, while the Ft.

i for bids to be open- John Balosok, to Mr. Kenneth Smith local hospital where he is receiving erous appetites. Whatever the cause Pierce pitcher; struck out only S
I: "-
construetion McMullen, son of Mr. and Mrs. S ..S.I, treatment. of the defeat or victory, both teams Clewiston batters. .

McMullen of Madison, Florida, was Constable E. B. Butler investigated tire looking forward eagerly to the Failure to connect with the pellet,

r r gun this week, and will be follow solemnized Saturday morning at 9 I. the acci&nt. iT'nner toninght. except on easy outs, cost the local

I ed at intervals by advertisements for o'clock at the home of the bride's lads the game. Six of Fort Pierce'a

[ bids on other portions of the work. parents, Rev. John Branscomb 0ffic-| I nine hits were for extra bases. Clew-

,.1; These culverts are all located on the iating. J t iston recorded but two safe hits, one

\I1 I East Shore; two of them on Bacom The bride was becomingly dressed: CJ3 ''I by Cy Cruze and one by Halsoi

l: ,..'_ Point, one at Sand Cut, one a short in a travel ensemble of light blue I Castles In The Glades } Marjorie B. Wallace Avant. The game was a fast one ant;!' .

: 'z distance west of Sand Cut and two crepe with a navy blue taffeta blouse! did not lag, as might be indicated. by

\ 'near Port Myacca. and navy accessories. Miss Tillie 0 the one-sided score.

August 20th has been set as the Balosok; sister of the bride, actedas }I II A crowd of 2,000 fans witnessedthe
WHERAS Marjorie B. Wallace, I the dog back, I am bit three times,
tentative date for beginning adver- maid of honor.Immediately I opening games of the tourna
'I and mud and mange from fedora to
tisement for bids on the hurricane after the 'wedding known to the trade as "Dredge Boat i ment. Clewiston seemed easily the
brogans, but I finally make it
gate structure at the mouth of Three breakfast, th@ couple left for a fifteen Annie," and to the 4th Estate as the'I 5we and fans' favorite team, a good -crowdof
both start in the bank towardsthe
Mile Canal at Moore Haven. This will day wedding trip to Chicago and leading repetorial light of the Ever- rooters from Pahokee and other
main road, where I have left
be the largest concrete structure on other points in the North. They will glades has seen fit to hie herself off chariot. my nearby lake towns going to West
When we get to the houseI
the lake, and will combine, in addi- return the latter part of August to to Miami, andWHEREAS Palm Beach to loot for the Clewis
holler at the kid and say "Hey'Budhere
tion to the same type and size hurri- reside in Clewiston. said Marjorie B. Wallace ton Kiwanians.Of .
is your ever-loving hound
cane gate as are now being built at Mrs. McMullen was graduated from has, in the past, been conduct- dog." And the kid stands on one I the game, the Fort Pierce News

other locations on the lake, locks and the DeSoto County High school and ing, and after this week will con- end of two Tribune, reported "The Firemen had
a -by-four board
'," spillways which will effectively con- in 1931 received her B. S. degree !: tinue to conduct, an interesting and ditch which is in front of the across joint a little difficulty in winning their

:_ trol .the water entering the Caloosa- in Education from the Florida State]I informative column in the interestsof game, although if the Clewiston
and weeps, and the pooch does the
> hatchee river through this canal from College for Women. She is a member -|' the Corps of Engineers, U.S.A., players had supported their pitcher,
same on the ether end, and it dawnson
the lake. of the Theta Upsilon sorority, and i! and its, affiliated personnel, and Campbell, it might have been a different -
me that they are both afraid
Kappa Delta Pi and Phi Kappa Phi, |I WHERAS toI story. Campbell turned bacl:
The, first work to done on the Ca- this Newspaper has cross it. So I pick the I
'I up mangepileby { "
loosahatchee River Is included in the national honorary fraternities. For space which must be filled with ma- the back of his geezer and lug 13 Firemen via the strikeout route.

,1 new schedule. It includes the wid- the past year\she was alumnae chair terial, be it ever so putrid, and also mint across and give him to the kid, Hallstrom pitched for Fort Pierce,

ening and deepening of the canal man of District VI of the Florida in view of the fact that said Marjorie "Here ,
raying: you are Bud, I told youI
and river from Moore Haven to Lock State College Alumnae Association., !I I B. Wallace did publicly; and in would find you a -dog." And the School Board to Buy

No. 3. This advertisement expected For the past three years she has :print, announce that the column this kid "Yessir
rays ,' thank you sir, very
to begin about September 15th. Locks been a teacher of mathmatics, teach- '! week would be written by her son, I much-and it's the very one which I All Steel School Bus

: to be constructed at Ortona, will be ing two years in the DeSoto County Bill, now there, be it ", lost too." .

; ;: advertised about two months later. High School and one year in the. RESOLVED that this column this I '

'. The three sections of levee remaining Clewiston High School. j week be written by said Bill Wallace LOCAL CLUB MAY BECOME NA- The Hendry county board of pub-

in Division 9 which include Mr. McMullen, a native of Madison, in the style which he adopted, 11 lic instruction took steps toward the

,, all located. between Canal Point and Florida, was graduated from the more through habit thami. ginal- TIONAL ORGANIZATION. (By Ar- purchase of a new school bus at its

Port Myacca will be built from the Madison High School in in 1931 received ity, while associated ''with t 'or"Jack- thur Brisbane Wallace.) "The United recent meeting, and in an advertIse-

new allocation, the advertisement for his B. 'S. A. degree from the'' sonville American," and be it further i iI Imperial Amalgamated Association ment beginning in this issue of the '

bids being scheduled to begin the first University of Florida. He is a member I RESOLVED that neither the afore-;I of Chronic Squawkers and Belly Clewiston News, is asking for bids

of October. The fourth section in Division of the Alpha Gamma Rho fra- mentioned Marjorie B. Wa.lace, nor Achers," a recent organization founded for the purchase of a body that will

i 9 is now under construction ternity and the Lambda Gamma Del [ her heirs, nor her assigns, nor the :, on, and conceived by, the crew meet state regulations.The .

7- by government forces. ta honorary society. For the past [ Corps of Engineers, nor any, nor all, 1 of the U. S. Dredge GULFPORT, has bus is to be equipped with a

The 17 spillways to be constructed two years he has been- connected :;I,; nor any part of the above beheld so appealed to all to whom it has Wayne all steel body, dual wheels

along the north and south banks of with the Clewiston Dairy company asI responsible, either individually, or made itself known, and so seems to and have a seating capacity of 60

the St. Lucie canal will be advertised manager. I collectively, for any of the following j I embody the acting principles for I children. A Ford ton and a half

about August 20. statements, since their author himself -i which the majority of the C. of E. chassis is also one of the specifica-

In each case the advertisement forbids !I is not responsible, in any sense 'I personnel stand, that it may be made tions for the Bus.

I is published one month before, NewGolf Tournament I of the word.REPORTER. ( the official club of .the entire Corps. Bids Will be received and opened

, Motto is "Never wait until i September first at the court housein
bide are opened, and actual con- tomprrow ito j
Planned Details LaterA
struction should begin within 30 to ; I RESCUES ROVER: squawk about something which

60 days following the completion of DOG DELIGHTED: OWNER OVER-! you can squawk about today." Pass-I

the advertisement. new golf tournament is being I JOYED. (By Damon Runyon Wal II words-"Gleeps" ands "Yow-I'ma Dr. Schiffli UninjuredAs

-. A portion of the contracts now underway organized by the Clewiston Golf lace.) Recently" am walking out the Eagle." Headed by the Imperial!

will be completed by the time Club this week, and entries are new spoil bank to the Hurricane Gate at I Grand Exalted' Squawker Number Car Strikes Coupe .

the new activity begins, but it is expected being received. I Miami Locks and cussing the mud One, "White Eye" Williams, and the

that the first of January 1935 from which it is made, as it is very I.G.E.S. No.2, "Gump" McCormich,
Prizes of golf balls will be awarded Dr.. 0. F. Schiffli's light automo-
will find a larger number of men em- muddy indeed, when I gUm a small and the I.G.E.S. No.3, "Crab" An-
winners in the various'matches.. bile was badly damaged when he
ployed on the lake project than at I boy who Is weeping, like nobodies gelo, it numbers among its members
Full details of the entries, handi- sideswiped a heavy coupe which was
any time since its beginning. business; and since,I am a kind"such experienced Gripers and Faultfinders -
caps and prizes to be awarded will parked near the residence of George
hearted gent I stop, and inquire the as Bracewell, Telotte, Sum- '
be announced next week. Yon at South Bay Mondayevening..
o! cause of all the weeps. "Mister," he ner, Winkelseth, Vaughan, Ketring '
The doctor he
I was uninjured as
Road Board WillC.ontract MUNICIPALITIES LEAGUETO tells me, "I have lost my dog, and and Flirt. Promulgated, in the first jumped from the car tofore it left

he was a very nice dog, and I miss place, as "An association that will be the highway.The .
ToppingMoore him very much, but I cannot find dedicated to the advancement of the.
pavement was wet from a recent -
,- '-'- him." And he starts to bawl louder fine are of squawking and belly ach-,
JACKSONVILLE, Aug. 9, (FNS) rain, and when Dr. Schiffli at-
( Haven Democrat) than ever and hold onto my pants ing," its membership is recruited avoid
I-The Florida League of Municipalities tempted to turn his car to
Commissioners R. Boe and L. L. legs with his hands, which are dirt- from those who have "squawkedlong his began
will hold a conference in Or- striking the coupe, car
Hooker attended the meeting of the ier than I have ever seen one per- 'and loudly about something that unable to avoid
lando, Wednesday, Aug. 22, at which I skidding and was
t "r2Y State Road Department in St. Aug-I time current municipal governmental son's hands, looking like Big Nig'sin has happened, or is about to happen| the impact.

'( ustine Monday and were assured that many spots, so to keep him from to this country, due to the crookedness -
problems will be discussed.The .
the topping for State Road No. 67 making his folks think I am tryingto of the administration, the qual-
Wilcox bankruptcy bill with Commsision Act
I through Moore Haven to Road No. 25 put the snatch on him, or some- ity or quantity of food being serv- City to
1 its various angles will be studied to
i would be advertised and contractlet thing, and also to get rid of him, ed, the way the job is being run, or
determine uniform for
a procedure Board
within 3.0 days. Chairman Tread- I tell him that I am an expert dog any other subject, fit or unfit," fora Equalizing
cities to adopt in order that they
way stated that the engineering esti- finder, and as I am going out to the period of at least 30 minutes. Those .
might benefit from the bill. Rep- I
/ mate on cost of this work was around I end ,of the bank, where I under- who deliver themselves of an unusually "The meeting of the City Commission -
resentatives J. Mark Wilcox and J.
$11,000.00Mr. the stand there are canines in great num- vociferous and pugnacious of Clewiston for the purpose of
Hardin attend
Peterson will
,I Boe and Mr. Hooker thanked I with bers, I will bring him a dog. So he squawK are awarded the "GRAND equalizing the 1931 assessment roll
meeting to discuss this measure
the Board for the work they have has a final sniff or two, and lets me IMPERIAL BLUE RIBBON AND will be held at the City Hall Monday

done in Glades county in the last attending city officials. go, and I ankle out to where I am BRASS BUTTON." This insignia is afternoon, August 20, at 4 o'oclock.,
The homestead tax exemption -
few months and were told that further propped going. When I cross the canal whichis expected to be the most widely distributed At that time members of tho coat..
to the state con
work would be done here soon on amendment across the spoil bank, and which badge in the lake area once mission will consider and act upon:
stitution will before the
the old Clewiston road from Smoak's same crossing is done by going the club has taken over the entire the assessment roll, and hear any
people in the November general elec
corner to No.' 25 and on Road No. across a dragline on a barge, and Engineering Corps. complaints as to the value of any
tion will be the important
: ; then across an old tub of a boat property. The meeting is open to the
issues discussed. In the event the
.;:' which is also there I find a pile of NEVER MAKE A POSITIVE public and is held annually as required -
l homestead exemption amendment is
/: : are In bad shape and are in need of mange and some hair, which turns STATEMENT. by law.
adopted cities and counties will find
7. repair, especially the'Lakeshore road, out, when I get a closer gander at it (By K. C. B. Wallace)

over .which there is considerable their. present revenues greatly slashed. to be a pooch. Remembering that I .THEY TELL me that a TEACHERS LIST FOR LOCAL
trucking during the fishing season.A shall have to pass 'the weeping wil- MAN ONCE said that a SCHOOL IS COMPLETE;

state grader was put to work on lie on the way back I figure to take DREDGE wouldn't lurch .----

this stretch of road Thursday. M. F. Tichnor, whose wife is ser- the hound back with me, whIch' i<'? HARD enough nor With the acceptance. of Miss Louise

'iously ill in a :Miami hospital, has very noble of me indeed, only tho SUDDENLY ENOUGH to Renfroe as teacher in the elementary

Major B. C. Dunn of Jacksonville, been temporarily transferred by U. dog doesn't know it, and objects to THROW, A man off school, the faculty of the Clewiston

district engineer of the Florida Dis- S. Engineer office to work in the me taking him anywhere, much BALANCE. So the High school and grade school has '

trict, U. S. Engineers, paid a visit Miami district. The many friends of less across the boat, which wobbles CAPTAIN TOLD him to been completed. The other new teach-

,.' to the Lake Okeechobee project this Mr. and Mrs. Tichnor are glad that very bad, indeed, and seems Inclined LOOK AT the first aid ers are George V. Stanley, of Micaii-

a week. He spent Wednesday going he can remain near her, and wish to make its final resting place on KIT WHICH was hung opy, principal, Miss Livonia Cong

", over the project with officials from I for her a speedy recovery. GeorgeE. the bottom, and the dragline, whichis ON THE WALL, and then don of Alva and Miss-- Lucille Ham:

the Clewiston sub-office, and lunched I Hersani, Jr., of Miami, was trans'I is making as much noise, a four, or LEFT the room. ton of LaBelle. ..

aboard the government. dredge" ferred here during,, Mr- Tlchnqr's maybe five tommy, guns going allat AND THE man stood Assignment of grades to teachers
"Gulfportj" stay Miami. ( In fact the (Continued on Page 8} S will be left to the new. principal..
}n once. by time I set I ; .' '

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News Review of Current In waiting the matter for the of next deportations.congress to She pass I Is Howe About: DILLINGER KILLED

the leniency, measure that, would give
her dictatorial power in these cases.

Events the World Over
H. OLSON Is In the saddle as HonestyA
acting governor of North Dakota Firm Foundation Trapped in Chicago and

and matters; political were quieter Shot to Death.

in Bismarck. The house of the state Soldiers of Fortune

,Murder of Dollfuss by Nazis Creates Serious Situation in legislature called Into session by William Bell Syndicate-WNU Servfeo. Chicago.-John Dillinger, America's

Langer, the ousted governor, went --------'I" most notorious modern desperado, was

Europe-Bandit Dillinger Slain by, Federal homeafter consider Impeachments.naming a committee The senate to By ED HOWE trapped and shot and killed by twelve

Agents in Chicago. -.; I couldn't muster a quorum and so It I HAVE never occupied official po federal agents 2433 as he left the Biograph
theater. North Lincoln avenue
quit. sition of any kind ; I have always

Acting Governor Olson declared i a been an humble follower, forgotten except after watching a motion picture underworld -

life.Positive .
/ moratorium on every form of debt when leaders are, considering an

By EDWARD W. PICKARD where the debtor can show Inability; additional tax schedule, a new drive, identification of Dillingerwas

:)by Western Newspaper Union. to pay. It is designed to protect the or other foray. made by the federal agents

farmer, small business manand homeowner But If appointed chief of police I through finger prints.

ENGELBERT DOLLFUSS, intrepid attended a picnic given by the Harvard from foreclosure should have fewer street parades. I Twelve government men, aided by
has club ate dinner with Gov. '
Austria Joseph
of ,
seldom go downtown without findinga : five members of the East Chicago, Ind.,
fallen a victim of his political enemies.A Poindexter and, after a reception, at for"anothcr
HUNDRED miles of the Texas street roped off parade, police department: ended the career.ot
In uniforms !. the governor's mansion retired to the ONE :
of 141 Nazis, disguised
group coast was swept by a ter- and thus suITer'anno'ance, and delay. the notorious killer, jail breaker and
broke Into thchancellory Royal Hawaiian hotel at Walkik; .
*f::#. \ l; In Vienna; beach. rific tropical storm that cost possibly bank robber.
.. ;;: a score of lives and did vast dam- The president of a big New York Hunted for months as the nation's
and made prisoners of
.: < age to crops and other property. An bonding company writes me: most dangerous killer and bank robber
became the labor
,'v. ber Dollfuss of his and ministers.a nuin MINNEAPOLIS of the country, the eighty-mile gale drove a tidal wave "The following is a quotation from Dillinger apparently was taken:

six miles Inland your last Issue: 'I do not believe the
flooding towns, trap- completely by surprise. He "fell In an
truckmen there and the
striking -
.. The chancellor was police
ping the residents, breaking communi- people can be cured'of their natural alley crossing ,the, sidewalk four doors
in and
engaging bloody as
beaten and shot and ;
left to bleed to death, In San Francisco, much of the ,violence cation lines and smashing. boats and dishonesty, but still have hope they south of the theater! a sizable pool of
buildings. can be taught honesty Is the best policy blood
a marking the place where he died.
t his captors refusing was attributed to Communist agitators
If teach it as Industriously awe
to permit a physician The strlkins drivers sought the stop- Two women, passing by during the
have long been teaching some of
or a priest to be called. page of all industry but only the cabdrivers ALL possessions except shooting were wounded, neither seriously -
Philippines, Samoa and Guam our untrue doctrines. The experience : :- .
joined them. by stray bullets.
Without revealing the
i' fact that they had Father Francis J. Haas and E. H are now under the direction of a single of this company In paying dis- The federal men, commanded by

Engelbert murdered the dicta- Dunnigan, federal labor conciliators,, government agency. The division of honesty losses forty years convincesme Melvin H. Purvis, chief of the United

Dollfuss tor, the Nazis then offered a plan of settlement which; .-was' territories and Island possessions, created that what is needed in this worldIs : States'division of investigation in Chi-
rather than
Roosevelt under the teaching of honesty
surrendered on promise of safe conduct accepted by the strikers, but the em- by President an- cago, had lain in wait for'tbf.ir'quar.
preaching of it. Our preaching' has
across the German border, being ployers turned It down, asserting that thority of the government economyact i ry, hiding In parked automobiles and ,
resulted In honesty being regarded asa ,
aided In the negotiations by K. Rieth,, the Reds were behind the strike and has taken over control of Hawaii; in doorways, for more than two hours ..,
Alaska, Puerto Rico and the 'goody-goody' doctrine, to be eulog-
the German minister to Austria. Whenit that they would have,no dealings with Virgin before Dillinger appeared.
teachers and
Ized by Sunday school
islands. Previously Puerto Rico was
learned that Dollfuss had been Communists. Gov. Floyd Olson Immediately shot
was to the fourth Dillinger was three times, one
the schools
'the up
under the War department and
revoked'and declared martial law In the
killed the promise was bullet passing: through his head and
others under the Interior department reader. No real effort is made to Im-
the Nazis were locked up. city and Hennepin county and Adju- the others piercing his back and
press ;young people with the practical.
The will continue to
tant General Walsh of the National navy govern
Meanwhile another small bunch of passing near the heart.
Guam and Samoa, and the War depart- benefit to be derived from honesty as
Guard became dictator. The decree
Nazis had seized the radio broadcasting He drew
ment will have charge of the Philip- an asset. Anyone can acquire it, andit a automatic pistol upon,
office and had given out a state- even muzzled the press to a consider- the
pines until they accept independencevoted will prove an Inexhaustible resource' seeing agents start to close in, and
ment that Dollfuss had and able degree. Four thousand guardsmen '
running backward
throughout life. Dishonesty starts was attempting to
them by the last
would lie succeeded as chancellor by were mobilized and motor patrols congress. aim
when the Individual determines upona the weapon, when the bullets
Dr. Anton Rintelen, the minister to toured the streets at intervals.
course he is but the crashed Into him.
AN executive order given out In knows wrong ;
Ilintelen Vienna Following a conference of delegates, IN '
Italy. was to Washington,' the President set In impression is not deep enough to hold The'notorious desperado had resorted -
in cell and there J. J. Noonan, president of the LicensedTugmen's
immediately, put a '
motion his great reforestation program him-he has not been sufficiently to facial surgery to disguise him-
shot Officials said he triedto Protective association, an-
commit seriously. nounced In Detroit that a unanimousvote designed to help the plains 'area taught. If children were sufficiently self and. It was only by his piercing

suicide. of the Middle West. He allocated $15- taught honesty from the beginning, eyes-described by crime-fighting experts -
bound all unions and continued
President Miklas called on Dr. Kurt 000,000 from the $525,000,000 drouth and continuously, it would not be' so as' "the eyes of a born killer"-
strike action in demand of eight-
Schuschnigg, minister of education under relief fund for the beginning of workon easy for men and women to depart that ,he was recognized.In .
Dollfuss to head the government, hour day and a $2,400 yearly wage.
a $75,000,000 forest shelter belt a from honest ways, and get Into the addition to facial alterations, he
Noonan said the next
move was
and he together with Former Vice up
hundred miles wide and extendingmore trouble 1
dishonesty always brings. had dyed his hair a jet black from Its
Chancellor Emil Fey and Prince Ernst to the shipowners, chiefly representedby miles the
than 1,000 through
hope you will elaborate on this themeIn
natural sandy shade and he wore gold-
Ton Starhemberg, the vice chancellor, John W. Cushing, Chicago, and G. heart of the drouth area from the subsequent issues"I
rimmed 'glasses.Medical .
took charge of the situation with the A. Tomlinson, Cleveland. Canadian border to the Texas Panhandle am regarded as a tiresome scold
About ninety tugs have been tied examiners said after examination : -
heimwehr aft-
to back them : Soon
up. by a good'many because I have already -
erwards It was announced that Von up at Great Lakes ports since the men elaborated the of the body that Dillinger had
theme in
left their jobs June 1, Noonan said. on many made attempts to obliterate his finger
Starhemberg had been made chancellor. AS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT previous Issues. I believe we, should

In the province of Styria: and aboard the cruiser Houston was teach honesty Is the best policy as per- prints to prevent identification. They

some other regions civil war broke JOHN DILLINGER, murderer, bank nearing Hawaii he took time to an- sistently and continuously as we teach said either acid or surgery had been

out almost at once and the Nazis, ,outlaw and most notoriousof nounce the membership of the national the Christian ,religion. used in the attempt.

strong in numbers especially in Graz, America's modern desperadoes, is mediation board for the settle- :Honesty Is not a "goody-goody" or \

were desperately fighting with the regular dead.. Traced to Chicago, he ventured ment of railroad disputes. The men Sunday school doctrine;' it is'the Fourteen Perish Bus

army and the heimwehr. '', .h v":.1:: a visit to a moving he appointed are: soundest article in the philosophy of

Italy, France and Great Britain j:: picture theater to see William M. Leiserson, Yellow experience. Good conduct is the sur- Wreck at Ossining, N. Y.
were conferring as, to the best meas- :fRz'&fW. !J ', a film of the life of a Springs, Ohio, for the term ending est and safest method of insuring success Ossining, N. Y.-A spectacular bus

ures to take to carry out their pledgesof ." "..: :\ man who ,ended in the February, 1930. and comfort in life. Good con- crash here claimed at least 14 lives

last February that the integrity of 1: electric chair. As he James W. Carmalt, Washington, D,
duct pays ; and it is easier in the long Twenty-three persons were Injured.
Austria 'M of the C., for the term ending February, 1930.
should be maintained. Italy, ,: came out theater ,
run than bad conduct.I The bus, speeding out of control, con-
determined that the r i } # federal and Jofm Carmody, now chief engineerof
especially, was :; ,1' agents
:: have taught this all my life, and taining men, women, and children,
Austrian Nazis should not gain controlof .r a police squad from the federal emergency relief adminis-
shall teach it hereafter plunged off a ramp over the New York
the country and was ready for ;, 1 East Chicago, Indiana, tration, for the term ending February,
Central tracks 35 feet down into a
armed intervention. Mussolini had surrounded him. He 1936.
A country or a man may progress? lumber yard. The gasoline tank exploded -
75,000: troops encamped near the Aus- .' .:;:t>. : drew his pistol and
.: has finally realized that too rapidly. It was overprogress that and many of the victims were
trian frontier and personally assured > was instantly shot to MOSCOW
: !. .
"" get trade credits in the caused Ivar Kreuger, head of the i burned in the wreckage. Lumber
Prince Von Starhemberg that he would death. Melvin H. Pur-
John United States until it in some, way Swedish match trust, to commit sui- : caught ''fire and the yard virtually was
defend Austrian independence. The vis, chief of the investigating -
Dillinger I cide, and leave behind the record of destroyed.The .
the old czarist debts owedIn
squares up .
,French professed to look on the Nazi forces of the

revolt -as an internal event not war- Department of Justice in Chicago, led this country. Therefore Ambassador a scoundrel.It bus was ,one of eight that had

his Troyanovsky and Secretary of was overprogress on th part of the been chartered to take members of
ranting intervention at present, but ,men In this final and successful effort -

the question of maintaining Austrian to get Dillinger, dead or alive. The State Hull have begun preliminary United States that brought us to the the, Young Men's Democratic leagueof

.: Independence is one of the few In outlaw had sought to disguise himselfby conversations on the subject, at the present great difficulties. 'Progress Is the Twentieth Assembly district

which. they agree entirely with the having his face lifted and his hair Instance of the Soviet government. one'of the best principles, but the de- Brooklyn, to a baseball game at Sing

Italians. dyed and by growing a short,mustache. Russia owes the United States gov- tails must be attended to with the old Sing prison. The passengers Includeda

Naturally, everyone blamed Ger- His finger tips, also, had been treated ernment $337,000,000 which this coun- details of caution and common sense. party of political workers, their

with acid. His identification try lent to the czarist and Kerensky If the foundation is not built on. solid
many for the tragedy in Vienna for however, wives, and children, and relatives.
the German Nazis have carried on a was immediate and certain.It governments during the war. The rock, there will be a toppling.

" long and persistent was.credibly reported that a woman Reds repudiated these debts when Somewhere in the hymn book or

Dollfuss campaign against had given the tip that resulted in they seized control of Russia. The Bible there is a line about the sure Milwaukee Judge Refusesto
making use of the radio with-
out restraint Hitler's government the killing of Dillinger, but naturally, Roosevelt administration has firmly re- foundation. One must have it in Enjoin Rundle Co.

r her name was not made public, for five fused trade credits to the Soviet gov- everything, if he hopes to get alongas
however tried to avoid
members of his gang nr'e still at large ernment until some sort of an agree- comfortably and safely as Is pos- Milwaukee, Wis.-Federal Judge F.
the Vienna uprising. Minister Reith
and might be expected to avenge their ment Is' reached on these debts. Al- sible. A. Geiger denied a temporary Injunc-

was recalled to, Berlin because of his leader. The informant Is due to re- though the Reconstruction Finance '* .* tion sought by the government under

unauthorized action In helping the ceive at least a considerable share of corporation has had an export-import The'stories of Soldiers of Fortune, the national recovery act to res'trainthe

Nazi group, and Hitler appointed the rewards offered by the governments sank. set up for months to finance Rus- as they appear In the newspapers and Rundle Manufacturing company of
border von Papen to succeed him. The of the United States, Indiana sian trade, not a single loan has been magazines exaggerated by" 'other soldiers Milwaukee from selling Its product for

was closed to all political fugi- and Minnesota for information less than the code price of the plumb-
tives leadingto made. Under terms of the Johnson of fortune, make good reading;
Austria. The
German press, : the capture or death of Dillinger. 'act, which prevents new American In, my vagrant hours I sometimes read Ing Industry.The .
always under control, was careful not
These rewards total $15,000. loans to foreign debt defaulters, the them myself.A action grew out of a contract,
to express joy over the killing of Doll-
Attorney General Cummings In bank has held that it cannot extend notable Soldier of Fortune has made with Sears: Roebuck & Co.,

fuss.On the side Washington was elated by the news ofDillinger's credit to Russia.HAVING Just died, missing the average goalof prior to the passage of the recovery
waiting to see
death. He warmly praised three and ten Rundle Is allegedto
what score by thirty years. act The company
course to themselves would prove. most advantageous the: work of Mr. Purvis and his men, given nearly three months He was 'in college when the war broke ; have continued to live up to this
were Czechoslovakia who had
Jugo-SIavia devoted most of their time'for study of the nation's air defense out, _and made high grades in the foot contract though the prices Involved
situation In Hungary.The four and a half months to the the board headed by Newton D, ball squad. Also, he sang In the glee are below those in the plumbing Indus-
central Europe thus elimination
was packed with dynamite almost as Three of the-of the desperado. Baker has submitted a report which club: and played in the band, but his try: code adopted In August 1933.
Dillinger gang calls for Immediate grades in legitimate studies were low.
. was twenty ;years ago, and, In all the leader have been killed in battle
' Of he enlisted andI
the world strengthening of the course, promptly ,
capitals the danger of seri- with the law. ,Eight others are in prison -
ous international army air corps to marvel that a man wounded so fre-
repercussions BRIEFS
was two of them WASHINGTON I
under sentence of I
recognized. Another general European death. > meet "the most seri quently and seriously, was able, after

"- the armistice to such feats
war may be avoided for the present, ous war threat againstour perform

but bloody conflict in Austria seemed country that can. of exploration as he displayed In climb- Justice James C. McReynolds of the

certain. WITH the collapse of the general be conceived." The ing mountains, following rare specimens Supreme court sailed for Europe..

In the San Francisco area report, says the army of animals In Tibet and Africa,

the and the defeat of the radical element air forces are de- and engaging In revolutions In South The Reconstruction Finance corporation -
first time in history a Presi- the ,workers
FOR of the among the longshoremenat cidedly Inferior to America. He hoped to fly across the approved a loan of SGOO,000
United States set foot
all of rS
ports the
on Hawaiian soil when Mr. Roosevelt submit to arbitration Pacific coast voted to w: American navy and Atlantic and thus appear in the mo- to the Merced irrigation district. of

landed at Hilo. He went ashore there with the ship their differences ..,. civil units that lead vies, but at thirty-eight he was found Merced county, California.
owners. The latter the world in strength dead ; whether by his own hand, or at
especially to visit the
great KSlaeuea had agreed to arbitrate Newton D
volcano, and being driven to the edgeof same time had promised and at the Baker and efficiency. The he. hand of one of his fellow adventurers More than 200,000 men left civilian

the huge flrepit of Halemaumau, he collectively with to bargain budget bureau andniggardly : is not known. conservation corps camps during May

made a sacrifice to Pele, the fire god- unions In the San other'maritime appropriations by congressare Still, I prefer the story of Thos. A. and June "accept private employ-
Francisco bay region held to Edison and humbler men, who have than during
dess, by tossing a bunch' of red ohello there were 108 blame. icnt-a greater number

berries into the crater.. The city of and the work of loading vessels and In port Shortage' of modern equipment, resulting striven' in the more useful, if less exciting any other two months since the camps

Hilo gave the President a warm welcome these went on rapidly. In unloading from the reduced approprIations fields if endeavor. were organized over a year ago.
and other respects and stagnation In promotion of '*
staged a pageant. Then he normal conditions,
there i
proceeded to Honolulu for the main restored. The "vigilante" were army air officers, the board warned, I do not love life as ardently as Up in flames and down a drain pipe

events of his visit. His activities there : their raids on Communist bands continued has affected the morale of the entire some: say they do, but possibly few went more than $250,000; worth of federally -

Included; a review of 15,000 troops and and the police arrested hangouts arm '. have become more accustomed to It confiscated narcotics. The illicit

an Inspection of the Pearl Harbor radicals. The hope that a the numberof alien The report scoffed at reports the than I am at seventy-nine -;pe had been accumulating for

naval base. He was entertained at agitators United States was vulnerable to air The things I shall dislike to give up months in the vaults of the Treasury
captured can be
luncheon by Maj. Gen. B. n. Wells was rather dashed by the attitude deported Invasion. It also opposed the uniti- arc becoming fewer every year; still, department, following seizure JI-: thr

commandant of the army department, I sumed By Secretary of Labor Perkins.as-, under cation separate of army national and -navy defense air forces unit. I suppose I shall finally bale to go. bureau of narcotics. ,


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Animals "Made Up" for

Motion Picture Work

There arc beauty hints for animals

as well as human beings, and a

score of make-up devices as well.

To the motion-picture camera all the

Flame of the Border members of the animal kingdom are -

alike ; the only difference Is In the

personnel of the respective make-up

I departments and the dressing rooms,

observes a writer In the St. Louis


t VINGIE E. ROE The dressing rooms for the jungle

: By "WNU Service beasts on the film lot of one com-

Copyright, Doubleday Doran& Co., Inc. pany are a hundred closely guarded

1 cages. The make-up man is as different -

to With the sun on the western rim from the manicured attend-
become entirely civilized. Forone In her If It were possible i
SYNOPSIS not yet ants to the human players as arc his
thing. Two Fingers did not drink, save the patient brown woman in of the austere desert the Indian came

there with what weapons she had at up the ''wash with one child asleep on charges.A .
ho still worshiped his
herself and for another,
Seeking death by throwing thick beard hides his bronzed
vigilance his shoulder, the other on his back.
with unrelenting
her command
from the summit of Lone Mesa, to ancient gods. Sonya liked him.
"scape dishonor at the hands of a Now she said "Hello Two Fingers. ,. with Instant combat of every Far off he saw Sonya standing at skin. His beauty equipment con-

drunken desperado Sonya Savarln allows this mornlng1""Dad adverse change, then she would do It the hogan's door and stopped a long sists of huge files, fantastic shears,

herself to be rescued by her sud- How is "she and reachedfor or know the reason for her failure. moment to study with his ,eagle. eyes combs with yard-long handlesthesort
said briefly
attacker. he -
sobered and repentant ,
denly her her of tools a beautician might see
physicianto She looked at the high blue sky pose, manner.
The girl Is a self-appointed Darkness' rein. up
She.stood tall and straight, and one In a nightmare. He moves from cage
Indians, living on an clouds her
the Navajo swung down and took off her with its sailing, full white ,
, Arizona sheep ranch with her brother mind an attitude of prayer and turn- hand was laid high up on the bleached to cage, his hands deftly wieldingthe

Serge, his wife Lila I and their small saddlebags pole of the doorway, the other restedon Instruments. For heaven forbid
she has entered the hogan her lips ing, lifted the-blanket which was
I daughter Babs. For a year As she her hip. Her head was up, too, that a cinema cat or a "movie" mon-
,' been engaged to Rodney .Blake wealthy set themselves in a'sharp, unconscious door, and went in. ', key should hear the call to "cam--
I with the and at the Two Fingers swuug
t New Yorker, but her heart Is the babies sight
Ine. Bad was right, she thought. Two Fingers gathered
!I" without first being primpedand
evades a era
'. friendless Navajos and she out in a swift dog-trot '
smell of death here. and made ready to depart, accordingto
There was of
wedding. "It is well Blue South Woman:' he curried to the pink: pulchri
\ She would need to gird her loins to- her request made a moment back. tude. -
conviction to
said with as he came
day In all truth. vAt She wanted the day alone, clear vls- There 'are more than COO beastsof
! her have saved her.
CHAPTER II2 first the dusky shadows hid .the ioned for the crisis, nothing within ; all descriptions In the "movie"
aud ,
"It Is well, said Sonya proudly
f interior from her sight. Then, as her sight to distract her. The man looked menagerie Before the lens Is directed -
smiled Into his dark face.
I Sonya Gets a New Name. eyes adjusted themselves she setdo'wn down at the woman on the low bed Without another: word he went into toward any group of them

r By early dawn Sonya was'up and her bags and knelt beside the holding one child, leading the other the hogan and :looked l down at Little they are carefully groomed. Nails

dressed her saddlebags replenished first heap of skins and blankets which and the woman looked up. Moon, sleeping 'heavily with a sweat are clipped chiefly for the protectionof

Ii I with such remedies as she might need lay on the sandy floor. They said nothing. her those working in the picture with

for her battle with Old Man Death In There were three of these flat beds. It might be their last look on earth upon skin with them. Fur Is combed and brushed;'
So the night came down, blue
IP J [{: the hogan beyond Chee wash. Darken In the farther one the two children their eternal,, parting for all they andSon'a .everything Is done to make them attractively -
(/-I. its dark sky, silver with Its stars,
t ness, full fed and watered waited patiently still slept heavily. In this one Little knew, yet there was no outcry no sign down the second pile of ferocious or attractively
lay on
in the patio. She stood in the Moon lay panting with fever, her big of sorrow, nothing but that deep look. with her handon amiable.MercolizedWax.
skins and went to sleep
dim kitchen with a cup of coffee In black eyes beautiful in the dim light. Perhaps nothing more was needed. '
Little Moon's.Two .
one hand, a hastily made sandwich "Courage, little mother," Sonya saidn Then Two Fingers went away-and Fingers 'sat all night In the

in the other, and talked lowly to Lila. Navajo, "I am with you." the women were alone in the hogan. know
hogan's door, and none
"It's going to be a hard day old The Indian woman smiled touched "We meet the enemy," said Sonya, 'and
what was In his mind of gratitude
dear/' she said "and I may not get her hand with timid fingers. still in Navajo-there was a comfortin i MJ
and silent joy.
back tonight. If I don't don't worry. She took the draught which the It, a strength it seemed-"but we hope Sonya was, up by-dawn, and Little \ ; L

I'll be with Two Fingers and the other gave her presently, and'watched' meet him together. I hold your hand Moon -was awake, weak unto death

babies and poor Little Moon. If she her as she set about cooking some oatmeal Hold tight to mine. We must both but peaceful. Sonya fed her and madea ...

seems to be going, I'll not leave her." over the coals of the tiny fire. fight, very-hard. The medicine will pot,of the precious gruel and instructed -

';No," said Lila, "no, ofcturse not. This it was which had made Sonya fight, too. It is a good fighter. But the man in its giving, its protectionfrom

1 know. What shall I tell Rod when not for a moment must we fail or sinl: .

he ?" stop fighting. You understand, ?" contamination.
gets up or \
"You'd better go'to the trading post,
"He knows I'm_ going-1 told him The other nodded.
t Two Fingers she told him "and get
last night-but not that I might stay "It is. good" said Sonya. young
some more oatmeal-a big package. 7eepsSkIn
over. Tell him again how It is with And the day'of battle began.
Take the children with you. She will Absorb blemishes and discoloralions using
babies. sand and
Little Moon-and mention the Somewhere out in Invisible
Mcrcolized Wax daily as directed.
he all right. She needs rest now, nn
"They're just dirty little Navajos to rocks of Chee wash Two Plnger particles of aged skin are freed and all
,,. worry, and much gruel. Also, presently defects such as blackheads, tan, freckles and
his ancient gods
him. would be praying beautifully
Skin is then
to large pores
broth. I today my
"They're tragic babies Just the sitting quietly, perhaps watching the clear, velvety and so soft face looks
own place-to sleep-and I will com? years younger Mcrcolized Wax brings out
same," said Sonya sharply, "and he babies playing with sticks building ,back. Her life is yours now. See that your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists.Powdered .

will have to see It. Well, so long. corrals for their pebble! horses lie Saxolite-
l it doing as 1 tell you. I
I'm off." had some mutton jerky In the pouchat you keep hy I Reduces wrinkles and other age-eigna. Simply I
I To Little Moon herself she said, "I I dissolve ono ounce Saiolita half-pint II
She set down her empty cup, pulledon his belt. He would feed them withit go now-to rest-but, I wlll'come witch hazel and usa daily as face lotion. |

her gloves, and went softly out. at noon.It .
again. Drink the gruel as I have givenit
She hugged Darkness nose which was the way of life in the solitudes -
to you, a little at a time and sleep
nudged her breast after a little rite the way of death, all chance will
mvscb-sleep all you can. So youalk ..
that was common between them, and all waiting. "
\\ In the sun again.
went up his tall side and into her old Sonya In the hogan worked tireless Then she was outside the hoga&4pulling KEEP COOL ,

, saddle with the easy grace- of a working V ly. The cold of the night had giver. on her gloves, her saddlebags SAVE TIME

I hand. to the heat of day and sweat !
place WORK
for Two Finger -
at her feet, waiting
I l_ The big horse, hard as Iron and perfect dripped from her temples. Regularly to bring her horse. SAVE MONEY ,

In training, leaned to the almost she fed the ,woman the thin warm
He put the hags In place, and over with the ,
hand and monotonously she
Imperceptible motion of gruel.. Regularly
the saddle his eyes were on her
rein on his neck, and trotted out of bathed her from head to font. Regularly

the patio. Once on the sandy stretchof she slipped her thermometer into gravely
teas Blue Woman of the
level country he rolled away in a the parched mouth, rending it nnx- "There a THIS Coleman Self-Hearing Iron will
he said in Navajo, "whoseson time and work than a
South more
once save you
long and tireless lope, a harbinger of iously. As steadily she gave her, medi $100,00 washing machine 1 It will save your
I the :Sun god too,
of ,
she of being a son : ..help do better Ironing
hope, a bringer of comfort to the cines. At noon saw no sign strength you
delivered the Navajos from under theearth. easier and quicker at less cost.
her heart chilled In
lowly. hope but rather all goodness-tho Instant LI btID:;! .. .no heating
She was
Far to the south and west Sonya : herat the rising figures "in the tiny with matches or torch...no waiting. The
Woman. She makes her double pointed base Irons
Turquoise evenly-heated
could see Lone Mesa. She loved the % A$ tube. The crisis'was coming. It garments with fewer strokes. Large glass-

great tableland. Times without number would be here by mid.uternoon. Her hogan In your heart"To smooth base slides easier. Ironing time It
Two Fingers Would'Be Praying to her life Sonya, who knew reduced one-third. Heats itself...use It
her black save
its trail on mouth set a little harder
she had climbed steep anywhere. Economical too...costs only ;
Darkness, to ride Its three-by-flve-rnile His Ancient Gods. eyes were narrow between their dusky the legends of these people, could not Vili an hour to operate. See your hard-
dealer. If local
top, to sit In the sun beside its ancient the Idol of these poor and silent pea lashes. She squatted patiently by the help the tears that sprang to her ware dealer or doesn't housefumishing handle write us.

pueblo walls with their rotting ladders ple, this service of heart and hand heap of skins and blankets her fin- eyes. It was because she was a little the THE Dept COLEMAN WUS06, Wichita LAMP Kang AND; Cbicaeo.STOVE l CO.Ill;

to stand on Its sharp-cut rim and which had saved them, literally, from gers on Little Moon's hot wrist. tired, maybe a bit unstrung with Pbiladelphiaadelphia.Pa Ontario: Los Angeles.Canada Calif.U30QSORJE ;
Two was Toronto
scan the lone world below. Until yes- death In many cases. She fought for So the hours passed-and the crisis recent ordeal-but Fingers

.. terday nothing had ever disturbed her, what sanitation she could produce came, a tense panting hour with thp telling her that she had delivered him

nothing disputed her right of way- among them taught them the importance silver thread in the little tube runningup and his. Before she could reply a Dr.Salter'

the record, and the patient sound struck on the stillness, the "t'C'YES Lotion '
until yesterday.At I of proper feeding in fevers, a ghastly Eye
over dark head rolling at last In unendur- crack of a horse's hoof against stone, relieves and cares sore and inflamed eyes InSltoiSboars. u
her face flushed red I of mustard plasters .
the thought superiority down the wash. Helps the weak eyed, cures without pain.Ask -t
with anger at the man who had ridden singsongs In pneumonia, and labored able suffering. and she looked quickly Rod- your BeformLlapensaryP.OBozlbiAtlantaaa druggist or dealer for SALTKK'S.Only. r
held the moving hands bathed There, almost upon her, was from
her down to the mesa's edge and generally like a mother with her -children Sonya

pulled her from her saddle, his hand- the drawn face. ney Blake on Serge's bay mare.

some face aflame with rapine. She Now she bathed the hot brown body "Hold tight-hold-tight-steady- "Why. Rod !" she cried." "How In

felt the blood burn along her cheeks.It under the blankets gave Little Moon steady," she kept I saying in Navajo. the world did you find me? STANDARD MASHESProperly
mother." told me the way. Are you
was resentment she felt, the fierce the thinned cereal as a drink, waked "hold tight, little "Serge
it fed them the And after a timeless space when she ready?" Balanced Vitaminized
rage' of Indignation that anyone or and washed the children, ,
took her fromthe Just going Oh, I'm glad you
of moved nor eyes "Yes.
anything should Interfere with her rest of the oatmeal ate two pieces neither back with and MineralizedAsk
features there came a It'll be a grand ride
Y freedom and her right to it Her dark fried mutton and some crackers with other's came FIngers Brand but
This is Two and
hush n cessationof coming up. for get
.L eyes were hot with It: her 'soft mouth Two, Fingers and stood for a while creeping stillness, a the sun is sick." termilk Mashes, containing cod liver

''i i set In a prim line. But the look she outside the hogan In the morning movement. The weary head trappedsidewise ( whose wife but Rod oil, poultry yeast foam and Oberco
looked ,
thin hands became quiet. Indian
she rode be- the The minerals bone meal) and see
j'. gave the mesa as along sunlight.She It was as If soluble (
neath It was neither fearful nor re- felt wonderful herself, strong Sonya loosed them and reached for Blake did not see him. few words for yourself why Standard feeders get

If she set her her stethoscope, her hypodermic filll>nand she had not spoken the last better results. We make a mash for
signed. It was a look of promise, as and high within, as his
with Its neec.1le'In a of they had not penetrated of development from day-
cup If
if some stubborn thing within her body against a wall and could not be ready or as every stage
the of sterile water. This was the crux, and 'consciousness."Yes old chicks to maturity. Get quick, uni
would take her to Its lonely heights backed down. This was gauge -
"It will, though form -
said proper
not fall-for Two Fingers he
she must ,
more often than usual now. battle In her, that she knew, the deep production-less mortalityby
what she set and the babies out In Chee wash sumac has been cold. egg
in Mashes
as she and Dark- determination to Standard
The sun came up ," said Sonya, reaching totDarkness' feeding
where. "All right
ness entered the broad mouth of Chee herself to do, the passionate sympa "Let's I'm ready
rein. go. Dealer TodayIf
which were like a steel She did not See,Your
sandstone and
wash with Its red walls, thy pity Darkness. He's been pennedup
and so is dealer section, we
there's ,in your
and a little later they came In sight of .. G? Sirtt8 5r8fi3S rr: no Write for full par
j Ifi! ill..I JJ J I UF1mU 1 11 .Ll.ll1i1 too- will supply you.'
the hogan of Two Fingers. A round 111 rJTI! .fn She did not finish, for another sound ticulaTs. Address Des\E.W.

' It low habitation of a single room, laid stillness of
: of the profound

,I, ;, up of flat stones one above another, Maintains Huge Water Fowl Sanctuaryand the came sunrise out -the shuffle and slide of a STANDARD MILLING CO.

t: like flakes of prehistoric dough. It Protects Over One Million Ducks: man's booted feet this tIme-and 8 Fairlie St., N. W. Atlanta, Ga.

; faced the east, as all bogans must.
around the bulge of the hogan a tall

::.-: From smoke its ascended.central rise Something a thin thread caught of One of the greatest concentrationsof on the Wilcox property Is conducted In j i figure In a blue shirt, worn chaps and

> ",' to be found in the United such a way as not to disturb the ducks < high-heeled boots appeared.A .
at Sonya's heart-it was so stark and water fowl shock ot Cotial1m7ufctunPOINIa
- a home Its people so helpless. States has been established on the in the rest lakes. The duck waters j I strange half painful '
poor during the hunting season I recognition went over Sonya.
i:' Two Fingers met her beside the water property of George S. Wilcox in the are patrolled Mesa.
. to keep the birds free from molestation It was the man of Lone
In Arkansas County -
; hole. lie was a man of around thirty, White river bottoms with
In the unexpected group
: Taking
:; weathered like dark leather, his pa- Ark., about 25 miles from Stuttgart.It his gaze cams
Observation towers are maintainedon lightning swiftness, thatis
there are over 1,000- skin with a powder
land estimated Protect
tient face as native to the as Is her If your
of tim the property from which Wilcox back to her, rested upon as antiseptic and at the same
2,000 acres mildly ;
Mesa Itself, and there was about 000 ducks on the
Lone and slow sIlk.
flats on the Wilcox studies the flight habits of the ducks against his own volition, a time fine, soft and smooth as
him a simple dlgnlty.as there was about along his lean face. balsamic essentialoils
lake," a 110-acre and, equally Important, the activities red tide flowed up Fragrant, oriental
of these Indians. He sanctuary. "Open of
wore medication
the poorest wild before had not been the
of haws; and other enemies of As Rod a moment comprise
blue flannel shirt, corduroy pants body of water, has been frequented by this i iml.'Jn Talcum. Instantlyupon
now Cutlcura
a and his aids have killed of Two Fingers, so
A He conscious
fowl. their
least generation, start
silver-studdedTjelt and his wild ducks for at a the skin these oils
' ., a7 t! held by a seven conscious of anyone but touching
i 5.000 hawks in the last was not and are
1 but it was not until Wilcox bought It nearly healing work / you
hair was long and bound In two neat waterfowl riding clothes with Mr soothing, !
and'b During fine weather the the slim girl in irritation.Price .
an years.
about seven years ago protected against
the back of his head
:; doubled flares on two the stirrup.
Open lake and on arrested In
: rest on foot 2Ec.
that It acquired Importance
Though be spoke fair English and had protect It Not a shot has been other flats during the day, and about He stood so long looking at her 1.b.Ib Proprietors: Potter Drug & Chemical
sizable band of sheep, this manner ns a sanctuary. vicinity Malden Mass.THE .
.", a lake In seven sundown fly to rice fields of the Rodney Blake's face changed Corporation
of wearing his hair stamped him as a : fired at a duck on Open and feed returning at night TO BB OONTCX'JBD. ,J

"wild buck," one of those who had l- jears. The limited shooting permlttedblade

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The Clewis News in time to see some of the first- NOTICE OF" MASTER'S SALE 4 .
ton. property in Hendry and Glades Coun- E. L. Stallings, Supt. of Public Instruction -
hand excitement following DiIli g- ties, Florida '
to-wit: LaBelle, Fla.
er's death. And if you believe him, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that IN HEXDRY COUNTY I
Published every Friday in Clewiston, The said Board reserves the rightto
he saw the saloon which boasts the the undersigned Special Master in In Township 4J! South, Ran ,"e 3S East'
Florida the CLEWISTON NEWS, reject and all proposals.
by any
sign "This is the Saloon where Dil- Chancery, by virtue of the final decree The south halt (S'/ ) of section
Inc. linger had his last diink." (No of foreclosure entered in that 7, Township 43 South, Range 33 I Chairman.
comments what Parker certain cause pending in tho Cii 'ui... East.
on was doing Attest .
Keathley Bowden, Editor Ccurt of the The Twelfth Judicial In :
Towmhjp 43 South
there, please.) Picture post cardsof Circuit Range 32 East |l E. L. Stallings,
of Florida
for Hendry County The south half
(S'/i) and theQ '
the chair in which Dillinger sat I\ Public Instruction.
Entered I Chancery, being case number south half of the north half SVa '
as second class mail mat- were for sale, said Parker. What a 669, wherein Central Farmers'; Trust of N%) of section 9, and the south( No. 35-; Aug. 10, 17, 24, 31. '

tAr February 1, 1927, at the Post bunch of of morbid excitementeaters Company, a corporation, as trustee, is half (S'/s) and the south half of .1 I I tI

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under we American people must be to plaintiff and Siigailand Development. the north half'(S'h of N% ) of section I

the Act of March 3, 1897. make things like that profitable. Company, a corporation, et al, are defendants 10;. all of fractional section JR; M I IG'O: UI S JJ4:

Coming through Lake county a will, on Monday, September 5; all that part of unsurveyed
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year couple of weeks ago we were greeted 3, 1931, between the hours of fractional section 6 and all of Counselor and Attorney at Law
Advertising rates on application. every 50 yards for several miles eleven o'clock, A. M.\ and two o'clock, sections 7 and 8, situate, lying and
with a little roadside stand or P. M., at the front door of the County being north and east of a line parallel Hopkins Building
Devoted to the advancement and Courthouse in LaBelle, Florida, of- with and 200 feet south and Wednesdays and Saturdays :-
offering for sale at ridic-
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry fer for sale and sell at public out- west of the center line of the road, 9:30
r ulously low prices, the most delicious to 4:00
County.As cry, the best and highest bidderfor commonly called and generally
grapes you ever tasted. cash, the following described real known as Fort Myers Palm Beach
Lake county, if you haven't seenit property in Hendry and Glades Counties Cross State Highway; the south VV H:vvv' v' r Nc N Hvvvvv:

much energy is used in playing lately you may not know, resembles Florida, to-wit: half (S'/j) of section 11, and thesou'th ::_:: New and Used ::

three rounds of golf as in plowing one huge vineyard. It is harvest IN GLADES COUNTY half (S%) of section 12, all

an acre, says a scientific fact fea- time now, and there are grapes ga- In Town',hip 42 South, R.insa 32 EastThe in Township 43 South, Range 32 I y
ture in an exchange. Housewives Icie. Incidentally, they need some north half (N%) and the East, all in Hendry County. :i F:; FURNITURE ::
southeast quarter (SE%,) and the IN GLADES COUNTYn
would probably like to transfer some suggestions for a brisk advertising north half of y
the southwest quar- Township 42 South, Range 32 East Y
of the golfing energy of their husbands campaign. "Buy Florida products"is ter (N% of SW1S ) of fractional sec- The south half (S'/4) of the Y

to their gardens but the trouble -I _a good slogan, but we need to be tion 31; and all of fractional sec- southwest quarter'' (SW% ) of sec- :1!: BELIE GLADE :!:

is most golf players don't care told 'about them very regularly, so tion 32, Township 42 South, Range tion 31, in Township 42 South,

for farming. short is the human memory. Since 32 East, in Glades County. flange 32 East, in Glades County, :I;: FURNITURE COMPANY ::
seeing all those delicious grapes beg- IN 1IENDRY COUNTY to satisfy said decree and all costs.

"Times arc getting hard in Oke- ging for a market, we can't help but 'n Township 4:1 South, Range :M East ALLEN CLEMENTS, :: -
chobee according to one resident notice that all the grapes in local All of fractional sections 1, 2, Special Master in Chancery. |. Belle Glade, Florida s:;
:3 and 4; the north half (NJ/fs ) of Evans, Mershon & Sawyer, i
who complained because he could groceries are California
grapes. Itisn't the north half First .!. Next Door To Theatre .
(NV6)) of section 9 ; National Bank Bldg., ;-
not get a house to ,live in free of: the fault of. the customer or the the north half (N1of the north Miami, Florida, Y

rent. A year or two ago you could grocer, either. It goes back to the half (Nth ) of section 10; the north Solicitors for Plaintiff.D I :::.:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:.:::
pick a good place to live, close to fact that the Lake county producerof half (N1h ) of section 11,' and all ,& N Aug. 10, 17, 24, 31.

your work, if you had any. But now those delicious grapes should go the north half (N'of) section 12,

it is almost impossible to get a place in for advertising and stimulate the except the northern forty (40) .. ...............H.....................................................................
without paying lent".-Believe it or pUblic demand for Lake county acres of the northwet quarter NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

not, Clewiston readers, that appearedin grapes. We'd buy them and be gladto (NW?1)) thereof, all in township 43

last week's Okeechobee News, and if we were reminded of it regularly South, Range '32 East, in Hendry Monday, August 20, 1934, at 4:00:
County.fn o'clock P. M. United
does not exaggerate conditions, in and if they were sold in our States Eastern Good FarmLand
Tmwij-hip 4:3 South, Range JJI5: East Standard time is fixed as the date
that tbwn. It that neighborhood.Down .
seems Impossible
All of fractional section 6 and vnd time when, and the City Hall in
only 60 miles'away (as the crow I here our minds are centered the north half (N'i) of section 7, ,he City of Clewiston is designated '

flies) houses have been standing so on our own "cross-state canal" in Township 43 South, Range '33 I is the place where, 'the City Commission -

empty, when they are so scarce here we do not realize how much excite- East, in Hendry County ,I of the City of Clewiston I II I

that people have "commuted" to work ment possibilities of another: cross to satisfy said decree and all costs hall hold a public meeting for the I

here from Moore Haven and LaBelle. state canal is causing up the state. ALLEN CLEMENTS purpose of considering and acting for Rent i i iI

Though the project has been declared Special Master in Chancery. upon the assessment roll, of acting

ALPHABET OP ABIDINGABUNDANCE by engineers as entirely too costlyfor Evans, Mershon & Sawyer, as Board: of Equalization, of hear- I

the benefits to be derived from First National Bank Bldg., :ng and receiving testimony as to I
Miami, Florida, the value of any property, real or,
its construction, it is still a very live Solicitors for Plaintiff. personal, as fixed by the tax assessor

"The upright shall have good subject, and its proponents are justas Djfc N Aug. 10, 17, 24, 31. and of perfecting, reviewing H I >....... :

things in possession.-Prov. 28:10. enthusiastic as they ,were a year lad equalizing the 1934 tax assess I

By L. H. W. ago. It seems extremely unlikely that ment. 'I

Angels, pure thoughts of omniscient the government, which is completing' IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION FAID.? This notice dated this 6th day of I

Mind, the Lake Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee August, A. D. 1934. Trespassers I!

Beauty and blessedness show, flood control and navigation projectat F. DEANE DUFF I

Confidence firm in the Father's a cost that is nearly 6 million NOTICE OF .MASTER'S SALE President City Commission.. Will Be i

care, more than the original estimates of No. 33, Aug. 10, 17. I
Dominion o'er earth to know: 1930, will undertake a canal only the ==-===--= I '
undersigned Special Master In I
Eternity measures the infinite now, wo hundred mile north at a cost Chancery, by virtue of the final decree IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID !

Faith and fidelity free Jf at least one million dollars unlesshe of foreclosure entered in thatcertain -- -
Gratitude for God's governmentgood cost were fully justified. Shoulda cause pending in the Circuit NOTICE I
canal across Florida be advisable, Court of the The Twelfth Judicial

Hope, honor, humility. the Lake Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee Circuit of Florida, for Hendry Coun-

Intelligence uses immortal ideas; waterway could, at comparatively lit- ty in Chancery, being case number Notice is hereby given that the

Joy knows the justice of right; le expense, be enlarged to form a 668, wherein Central Farmers' Trust Board of Public Instruction in and The I

Kindness draws near to the king- anal large enough for ocean-going Company, a corporation, as Trustee, 'for Hendry County, Florida, will on
is plaintiff, and Clewiston Farms the first day of September A. D. 193-
dom of heaven, /essels. But can't
you argue that Company, a corporation, et al, are defendants receive sealed proposal to purchaseOne
Love's law, and Life, and light. with a "canal enthusiast"; they still will
on Monday, September -I School Bus with Ford 157 inch
Mercy is tender, meekness has elieve in Santa Claus. I :3, '1934, between the hours of one and one half ton chassis, dual 1

might Did you see the double rainbow eleven o'clock, A. M, and two o'clock, wheels equipped in front with 7.00 Company
Nobility marks man's name. Saturday evening? It was very pretty, P. M., at the front door of the County x20 tires and in rear with 32x6

Obedience opens discernment'seyes hough the entire span was not vis- Courthouse in LaBelle, Florida, of heavy duty 10 ply tires, Wayne all

Die at one time, being partly con- fer for sale and sell at ptilic: out Steel body with'seat.ng capacity of !
Promise of peace to claim. cry, to the best and highest bidder sixty children.. Shatterproof glass.
ealed by clouds. The bows were in ..
Quietness waits for the "still, the East late in the afternoon, fol- for cash, the following described real 1 All proposals to be addressed to VVVV v

small voice"; .owing a shower." The first, or lower --
Reliance on Love brings rest. -ainbow was very distinct, but the

Sweetness and strength in service ::olors rather. ran together in the ... ..
increase, ,: .
: '
econd one. ''
Truth stands in every test. We gather a lot of information, :} :'t.'t': .1'.::.
Usefulness ::::1::
grows, understanding .. ,
ome of it very interesting, from :: ; f:.t.

unfolds Vision sweeps boundless space; with.he: great which amount every newspaper of free publicity is constantly :! :(i= Attractive! Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment ::I::

Wisdom the way and the Word deluged. Even casual glances } yv
plain efoie it is consigned to the waste\ xtfX
: Expectation ascends in grace. casket where 99 I
percent of it goes y -
Yielding Truth,. to the Infinite y
turning /ithout more ado, will often give an YV

.nsight into things that are happening ?
Zeal finds expression in ?
progress, Y
over this nation of ours. For yv
still learning. Y
instance, lately we come to the con Y Y yt
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. .:lusion that the opponents of the yY Y Y
: New De l"\are rallying together and Y Y Y

:or various purposes, some of them Y
fy Y
' RAMBLING political and some financial, are preparing .. y
: '.'
.t.. I .'. ._
a campaign that must soonei .'. : : .t.. .
Jr later break forth in a that'ill .t. 't' 'i' .# _
..NN.1i..i.N:N:N:N:N.1:.N.N.N:N:N:1N. :N.N:N:N.11.N:N.N way ,fx Y
be troublesome to the administration .c xx

We were escorting some visitors if not detrimental to the nation f F iaQ f ...

1 around town, pointing out the various as a whole. We have been lit- xX x

- places of interest, and after vis- rally flooded with such propogaudj.ately. T r. t. 4ir d'"

iting the government reservation and .. .:. I .'i' I;

seeing the 19 houses under construction Y
--- --- '.' ''
- at one time, we drove by the DON'T QUIT ,,:.. 't': '''.,'i'
F'. M, Wright : 't'. ':'i .:'
house and spoke of ,:.. : '1'
: '.'
c other houses being built. "Over When things go wrong, as the. YY *1
there .t' 't' .'. ..
conietimes will
a wave of the arm"ls Y I
Tom Shelley's and Bias's duplex." \Vheii the road you're trudging Y
I .
't' 't. ,',
Laughter greeted this, and we look- seems all up hill; ':' 't' ''i'.' .;

ed up from our driving to see what When you want to smile, but you: ,xx /- XX
t .:. .t. .
the trouble was, and all the visitors have to sigh; x. ,'. .:. .' .:. .t.
could see of the duplex was the When the fund3 are low aiivl thc. H I:1p

rage. Guess it did look pretty small ga- deUs are high;' ': '*' 1 : J: .' =i= ::
for 't' : .. ..
a duplex. When care is pessingyu: dew! .: :' 't.. : .;. .:.
And don't bit j ..
you imagine Mr Tippey ,$ '.'
? '
i. 1-
has felt like the renowned one-arm- Rest if ,you must but Do Not Qui. ( A 1
ed paper hanger : ::: Y
these past few ::: :t:
weeks? He's building the Gulf warehouSe Success is failure turned inside .+... f
the Wright out- t. .'. .:. '.'
home, the above-
mentioned duplex and stuccoing three The silver tint of the clouds of ..=1: :!: Pay The Balance I Like Kent ::;:. ::.;':.
for the .'. .
Clewiston Company. doubt; .jj. ..
If you have any suggestions for a. And you can never tell how close ::; :; WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES A-- .:.

might hobby to occupy his spare time you you are, 'j": YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME : :::
offer: them. It may be near when it seems so .

townsman Our beloved, Parker friend Wilson and, returned fellow- So far stick; to the' fight "v ion you're- .i. j: Clewiston Horne Building Association'if, 4

'I safely from his trip to Chicago and hardest hit- .
the Worl despite predictions things' seem 'woi.s: 4lltO o

(to thf contrary, pai-u\;r gut t11tr.C you Must\ Not Quit, ._10.0'i._ PIIQN110b: ] :i J-: :: '. ...-

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AUGUST 111, 10M. ..

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........OL..........OL.-.-.......-..............................-.....-....-....-........ Miss Annie -- r JUjJ 11'1 VE ""
I Laurie Mitchell, Mis MKS. { ENTERTAINS ''
::: Personal t Sarah Sanchez and Miss Tippy Yar :Misses Luclle Alderman and Qain-I
;: Mention MOORE HAVEN Watches
:;: SOCIETY ClocKs,
' brough of Fort Myers were elle Bass of Lakeland JewelryRear
i ::: .. among were visitors I
! .;N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N N:..:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N N N:N N:. the out-of-town visitors here Sunday The members of the Methodist in Clewiston the ,latter part of the Clewiston or

Mrs. E. P. Miles Is visiting friends Walter Alston of Richland Missionary Society of Moore Haven week, attending the American Legion i Drug. Company
I dance at the Ilepnirin<<
i In Miami for a few days. is visiting his brother, Dave were entertained delightfully at their Inn Friday night.' They
W'1} / G. Al left
J ) ston. J, R. Alston, a former resident August meeting by Mr3. Elmer Kranz Saturday for their home in Lakeland W. H. MERRITT
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall were visitors of Clewiston, is also accompanied by :Miss Maxine WATCHMAKER &
I visiting here. at her apartment .H\YJCLKH
Tuesday afternoon.J who ,
I in Miami Saturday. had visited here for two CLEWISTON

F. Deane Duff, vice-chairman of Those attending were Mrs. C. H. weeks previously. O. Box FLORIDAP.

I f D. B. McCarthy of Okeechobee was the Okeechobee Flood Control board, Settle, Mrs. R. L. Roberts, Mrs. Al- : I olll
a business visitor here Friday. attended bury, Mrs. Hawkins Are Here To Stay"
a meeting of the board held Mrs. W. C. .
I .
. . .
in . . .
Tallahassee '
the Nail
first "
of the week. Mrs. S. C. Stalls, Mrs. Carl "" J
Mrs. A. Lambe visited friends in ::1:

Fort -Myers over the week end. Parker Wilson returned Saturday Moore Farnam Haven, Mrs., Mrs.Lillian Bill Hogan Harben, Mrs.of BEAUTY SHOP : ,:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

from a two weeks' vacation during Victor Emmanuel, Mrs. C. M Allen I:!: NOW YI f 4:
i :
Ed Clark
and Coburn Moore left which he nlTiored with friends from Mrs. Keathley Bowden and Mrs. OPEN .r j. $10 REWARD i:
Monday for a visit in Jacksonville. Frostproof to Chicago ,V New and
to visit
the Yates of Clewis ton. Complete} Equipment :} .t .
Century of Progress. ::: ':
Mr. and Mrs. H. Ethcrton of Moore + ; return of white haired :i.

Haven ernoon.were visiting here Sunday aft Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson return IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? j Croquignole i :t!: black terrier saddle, female, short, G ,months black tail old,, :.?i!::

Wednesday from a two weeks vacation :;i: brown 'face and ears. ..

Mrs. Ellen- Wright of Pahokeewas visited in Mrs.Marietta Wilson's, Ga.parents, where th\.r '....:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-;, :A;: Permanents $4 & $5 :: ..':.. li July. 21st, at Bare Disappeared Beach :.!;i:
Mr. : + nip.J.
a business caller in Clewiston and Mrs. L. R. Oliphant. :: .' '!.. Shampoo ... :!:
;; Latest ': setdry I .
Tuesday. ; Equipment : .;. :'. .
y. :i: i E. ..
..i :: Beardsley I
Mrs. M. E. Yenawine and little .?. in y.,,:. . . 7 5 c.:::: :. .;-
: .
Mr and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell f; : Bo530:
made daughter, Jean, left yesterday for a -:- Clrul&ton :!:
a. business trip to West Palm Beach trip to visit relatives :::: HIGH :: Set, dry . 50c .:. v
Saturday.J. ;t Ohio. They are going in by Masseline of, .:,. PRESSURE:: I ::.: Set ', ::: .:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:.;.

'1', Washington for a brief visit way in the :;: GREASING |_: wet . 35c .!.

, Mrs.. B. R." Gantt of Moore Haven nation's '. .1.;: Plain < .... .
,. .was ill. Cle'yiston_. I", visiting capital. : for all .: ;: Facial 75c ::;: ": "'" =- -."".,

LLLGUUA 'i... cars .; You
Facial Wreck
Saturday. Pack 'Em
Mrs. J., K. Mowry and son, John, X .;, .: $1 I ::
have returned from an extended :: X i I

( Beder Nallt spent the week end in in St. Louis, where Mrs. Mowry went stay :.!: "CORRECT' LUBRICATION' .*.. .::: Henna' Pack . $2 '.+:..' J We Fix 'EruPAIXTlXG
"- Fort Myers visiting.his sister, Mrs to be with her mother during her j IN ACCORDANCE WITH .:. .j
: ,.t t Paul Bylaskl. last illness. ::i:: CAR MANUFACTURER'S :=: Bleach :: BODY .AND
I I They will remain in :X;: ::: : . $1.50

Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Nebiker andso'n available Miami .until here.they: can find. a house .**.::. IECO.MENDATIONS" .:.:::1.:..:,:: Henna Rinse 35c :: TOPS FENDER- SEAT WORK COVERSUI'HOLSTIIlY '

Bobby. spent Saturday in West .!. ,. .:, : \
Palm Beach.L. -- .i;* The proper grease for all parts .* .:. Oil Manicure 50c ::: I "
Mrs. R. S. Maxwell I
.. and Mrs. David t. .. Done An
I' bj
of : Expert
Austin j jour car. .* .:. ..
visitors in
O. Gravely of LaBelle was Friday Miss Esther Lanier Fort, who Myers had %:!: The Cost ::: :2 i: THELMA CLINE :.:. Courteous tiers ice
to Yon Is No More .:. .!. .. Woik Ciiiaranteed.
transacting legal business in Clewis- been visiting her sister, Miss Alice .'. Formerly ofBON ;.
ton Lanier an Ordinary Greasing Job. :%: :!: ., Prices
Wednesday there for a few days, returned ? TON BEAUTY: SHOPPE ::: Reasonable.
to her home here with Mrs. Maxwell XIX, Avon I'nik .i.
I Mrs.. Ted Eftincr and I and Mrs. Austin. | SUGARLAND ; ; '.. I
son. Ronnie.are .. |:4: :: .:' ,H PIONEERService

relatives leaving in Monday Miami. for a visit with Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Van Bush and .|=4:.: Service Station :i!: :*;: CHRISTIAN'SBARBER :|f StationBELLE

Mabel Bush left ... .:. I
Thursday for
Orlando .|.* Phone 344 -:.- Clcwisfon .! 4:: SHOP GLADE PHONE 10
Mr. Mrs. Maxwell :4:
and Mrs. D. A. McGeachy and Van will : f :

spent the week end visiting friends return today, but Mabel left from ...... :.N. .. :.N.N.N.N..:.N.N.N..i.N.. .N.N.i...1.t. :il: I Wrecker Service at All Hours .'
in West Palm Beach. Orlando for her home in Quitman, ."........u......_ 1
t Ga. She has visited her aunt, Mrs. -

Henry Chappell left Tuesday fora Maxwell, here for the past _month.

visit of several days: with friends
r in West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mr.

and Mrs. Si Cruze, Mr. and Mrs. Grat-

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Worth of West ton George Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail, p e S :

Palm Beach were the guests of E. E. Kelley, A. W. Lawrence, A. A.

friends here Sunday. -: Munroe, :W. S. Cowart, Howard

S Campbell, Chas. Freedlund, Dick
Hooks, Joe Cato, Beder Nail
Jack Moorman, of Macon Ga., Is Rus- I
sell Whiddon, Halson Avant, JUn-
visiting his uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Mrs/'Elbert Stewart. ior Thomas, Harold. Lang, Blair I
'1Mr. Hawkins and Edwin Ward attended'.

and Mrs. M. L. Pape and son, the diamond ball game 'in West Palm
,)ii'l :';. Richard of Pahokee. attended the Beach Tuesday evening.

i I ...J..V base ball game nere Sunda)'.
.. --
Miss Evelyn Hare is spending this CLUB TUESDAYMrs. .'' ,;
week end in West Palm Beach visit- > : '

ing Mr.. and Mrs. W. C. Worth. Barney Thomas was hostessto +

"" ---.- members_ of her bridge club Tues-

Mrs. E. W. Digges and children of- day afternoon. 1Irs.Villiam Lock- I : : .
hart, substituted for Mrs. G. .
Moore C.
Haven attended
the base ball .
game here Sunday afternoon. Poole, the only member absent. 'A x

High score prize was awarded to .

Miss Helen Pepper returned to her Mrs.., Lockhart, low score prize to s. 0 0 0 t

home]in Fort Myers Saturday after Mrs. H. R. Hall and cut prize to Mrs.J. .
W. Ezelle. ,
visititig friends here for a week. -
Those present were Mrs. Ezelle, :

,Mrs. Grace Cahill left Saturday by Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Lockhart, Mrs.: D. G. .. Che .. 4
boat from Miami for New York and Alston, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. I VrJet
.. Maine, for a two weeks' vacation. I. M. Pafford and Mrs.:! C. W. )lc- .
a .
Donald. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. F.' Simpson of r r7To m : :
Moore''Haven spent Tuesday evening PIONEERS OF CHRISTIANENDEAVOR r

here Visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. HOLD PARTY E
Byrd. e HEYI k
---'- --- The Pioneers, junior group of the I z&.1 REDUCED ;'

.. Mr., and Mrs. J. C. Adams, and Christian Endeavor Society, enjoyed PRICES
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Manning of Hol- an outdoor wiener roast the savings MODEL

lywood"are spending this week in afternoon, using the out-door oven I II effected by Chevrolet's great Amount or
Clewiston. and playground which Reduction
adjoins the
I rugged construction and
\ Clewiston Laundry. I outstanding Utility Long Chassis $515 $50
Miss dependability has recently been added
Dorothy Lockhart "in a saving
\ 6:. Mrs. J. F. McLure, Mrs. Fred A. was ; Dual Long Chassis 535
charge of the of as much as $50 in the 50
\'teil'landers: and daughter, Phyllis, of group. After out-door; purchase price. And youstill
.i \ Moore Haven visited in Clewiston games a wiener roast and picnic sup- i. get the I same features that I have made Chevrolet Utility Chassis and Cab' .575 50.

i \\ Saturday. per was enjoyed by a large group of trucks so popular in field- Dual Chassis and
I youngsters. I every hauling C.ab. 595 50
II,I the valve-in-head, six-cylinder engine-the sturdy Utility Long Chassis
j I :Miss Gynna Henriksen, of New .
: York, is spending her vacation herewith .Alligator Under Stored I bodies-the exceptionally heavy frame, axle, and and Cab . 605 50

I I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F_ Becoming transmission. Your Chevrolet dealer will gladly Dual Long Chassis

Hendriksen.Mrs. Very Tame I show you how these Chevrolet features can help and Cab . 625 50

' I F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. D. G. I (Moore Haven Democrat) I to reduce your hauling costs. Utility Panel . 750 50

Alston, Mrs. C. F. Goodman and Mrs. Last summer during the processof CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., DETROIT, MICHIGAN Dual Cab and Stake
A. repairing section Compare Chevrolet's low delivered Body 680 50
A. Munroe were visitors in Fort a of floor in prices and easy
Myers Friday. Parkinson's store an aligator about I G. M. A. C. terms. A General Motors Value Dual Long Cab and

I I":,. four or five feet long was discovered St aeoy. 740 50

I : making his home under the store
: Miss Martha ,
Harris, of West ,
the s
Palm Beach, is ground is kept moist by r
spending this week DEALER ADVERTISEMENT
here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. drippings meat from the refrigerator in the 1
department. He eluded all
D. A. McGeachy. attempts -
at Above are list prices ofcommercial
capture and was left to
enjoy his adopted home. cars f. o, b.,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. -6
Miss Edith Osteen Nowling and Last week D. S. Watts manager i I at Flint, Mich Special
in Fort spent the weekend of the meat department', discovered }/ equipment extra. Prices
visiting Mr. and the 'gator in x.. i subject to tcith'
Mrs. L. A. Osteen. a gap between the Ice change
box and the brick outer wall of the oulll4lke.Clewiston .
Mr. building. Ho had evidently crawled 'j -
and Mrs. W. J. Bowden
son, Billy, of Clearwater, and out on a tour of investigation and '
when he found that he discovered
Wednesday was -
evening to visit Mr. and
'ar s. Keathley Bowden. quickly crawled back to his hole
/ti under the ice box. Since that time

.- and Mrs. B. C. Rice Mr. Watts has beep tossing pieces of
and son, meat into the and Motor Co.
it -have moved to Clewiston they disappear. gap every night

"te. Mr, Rice la :., .
employed L The fltonj force are nil quite ... "
of"w Oflliti'llCtllilii t, I uf th(11' little! playmate.: t / Clewiston! :rloridtaYrnlfl







HNNEY OF THE FORCE And Maybe HitchHikedftT .


"' SCOTSMON /g\ HE'S OUTA WORK : ov4N "T'tH1 END O'TtT ur owe


The bus was full, but a large ladY'; V/"M BREAD LINE ,
elbowed her way In. c> : 4 "So LONG- HEy =
Lady-Two tickets, please. One for i 'o I WAS' LATE I "u
me and one for my husband outside. \ Ljt'
Conductor-Can't your husband get \ ?
I to know AW LOST
his own ticket? How ,.am
whIch Is your husband? >- \ q ties o .
Lady-Impudence! I shall complain _
to the company. P r.1
Conductor-Calm yourself, madam. tcikktrimIi
I can Imagine what your husband I is 9 9
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"Rastus, if you want to prosper in
this world, you must go to bed with
the chickens."
"Yassar, I'se willin' to go to bed wl
em, but de folks dat owns chickens
ain't sufficiently trustful." ))7 9941'

DangerousThe Yes-it really does unbutton at the
teacher was trying to get her; neck so as, to,go on and off withouta
pupils to understand the dreadful lot of trouble. It's a frock for anything
verbs. m westero Newspaper Unioa feminine from size ten to size
business of conjugating
"When I say /oj have, you have, he< It eighteen-and any age lool prettier
'" "I conjugating when wearing it. For cottons it
has, she explained, am UnderwritingSo
the ",verb 'to have.' Do you understand THE FEATHERHEADS I couldn't possibly be nicer, .with Its
long front panel and neat little
? .
so YOU'RE DE.TE.RMfNED pleats which make it smart and give
They did. Now listen carefully, TO Go A EADro OUR. 'I'LL\ GET LIP THERETo its wearer plenty of room to get

1"Very love, you good.love, he loves.' What Is: VACATION! *PARADISE"? BALD BEACH AND I about gracefully. The belt is sep .
JREADY arate-and if like, it may be of
that?" 'Up shot little Tommy's hand." ....... / I 3ET EVERYTHING, you
match the buttons-
color to
a plain
Tommy was a film enthusiast. ( THET
BY \
"Please, miss he said, "it's one of repeating a shade in the. .print. per-

them shot!"-triangles Tit-Bits when Magazine.A some. one gets! I C-DES-l AM ) r.=1 ,1f' l ,L'. '----1'--TIME- You GET"rNERE I l J I haps.-included Complete. diagrammed sew' chart

Pattern' !Hl may/be ordered only
Standard of Measurement .
LJ1qI l In sizes 10, 12, 14, 16 and IS. Size
The Guest-You have a pretty long .
16 requires 3% yards and SG-inch .
day, don't you? l ,
(ooH 1 ( fabric.
The Waiter-Very long, sir. Some- 1 ,ci' ''
Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins or
times they measure two hours from
stamps (coins preferred) for this
tip to tip. H l ; /r pattern. Be sure to write plainly

Popularity \ /f I frL o rrr r i NUMBER your NAME AND, ADDRESS SIZE. the STYLE

"Are trying to be popular?" 1
you Send your order to Sewing Circle
'"Yes," answered Senator Sorghum,, 1 4 A Pattern Department,232 West,Eight
"and It's a hard game. In "order to i eenth Street, New York: City.
be popular with one element of soci- ii t tIlTt
ety you've got to make yourself as unpopular -
as possible with another." ALL RIGNTDEAR- A FEW :PAYS)! SAYoj'LL W BETWEEN TWO FIRES

Voice of the Farmer AWAYGET\ AUD I'LL INi A WRITE COUPLE) '( HAVE To MAKE JTHAT Old George of the antique shop
"How is your boy Josh doing In the SOON AS I DAYS MONEY LAST r L was nothing if ,not a pessimist.
:.( College- of Agriculture?" OF N f "Well, George," remarked. a friend,
"Fine," answered Farmer Corntossel. CAM/PEAR- LoN GER.rH "how's business?"
"Showing profound knowledge of IN( ABOUT A c -fHA'1 J ? \ "Terrible!" was the reply. "If

soils and fertilizers?" WEEK ((1 ( f ii things are expensive people can't af-
"I couldn't say as to that. But he _,'i I ford them, and if they are not expensive : :-

has taken several prizes for oratory." c 11 11Q i people don't want them."

Home Habit Page Larry Williams

City Girl-Why, Aunt Jerushy, what :ilan-I want to take out some in
x did you get this "transfer" for-you surance.
didn't need it? Agent-Fire or life? .
Aunt Jerushy (from Squashvllle Man-Both-I've got a wooden leg.'

Why, I thought the feller was handingout
trading stamps, so I took one. The Great Decision .
i He-Do you know the difference
MILK AND BANANAS between a taxi and a'bus? "
She-No.He /-r"
Western Newspaper Union -Fine-We'll take the bus.

Does Anybody Know? SHODDY The Next Problem
Girl-I've told him a dozen times 1 Shumway-You certainly are luckyto
How find a :wife who can get along so
r 'Won't let him kiss me. many .
0 times must a girl say It to a -man like well on your Income.
I hat? Dimlock Yes, she Is a very smart
Her Chum-Don't ask me. I don't girl; but now I've got to hustle around
know. and find another Income for myself.No .

,A Secret Told Demonstration Needed vx
) You ought to brace up and
rJ "What Is the secret of your reputation Brown- '
who's running thingsat
as a great leader?" show your wife
'"My skill In guessing what was sure your house.
Poet-"Fashioned so slenderly"thus to occur and then loudly advocatingIt. l\loth-l must say the cotton In this Potts (sadly-There's no need. She
runs that beautiful poem. ." all-wool coat Is ruining my digestion knows.
Maid-I must read that poem, I just
love to read about ultra fashionable WHEW! Like Mamma Made (?) EQUAL FOOTING

girls. "I've decided to make our own but- .
ter, dear. The grocery butter Is so un-
Burglar satisfactory," said Mrs. Youngbride. 4r
Clothing Salesman-Here's a nice "That so?" echoed hubby. "How're
feature In this suit-a change' pocket you going to make It?" "
provided with a patent snap. to prevent "Oh) I bought a churn and have ordered 1
losses. some buttermilk to be left reg
Customer Haven't you one with a ularly. Won't it be nice to have some vt
combination lock? Snaps mean noth b really fresh butter?"Prairie Farmer.
Ing to my wife. '
And He Felt Sheepish Needs No Boosting
Tramp-Mornln', madam. Kin I cu Wifey-Here's an advertisement of anew
your grass for my dinner? "Why did you call De Short a bad kind of shirt that hasn't any but-
Kind Old Lady-Of course, but yoi 1 Vgtj V. tons. ,"Yer a liar," yelled Pat.
don't need to cut It. Eat It just a. \ "Oh, It's so unpleasant to have himground Hubby-Huh? That's nothing new. I "Yer a gentleman," retorted Mike
it Is. when he's broke. I've been wearing that kind for years. "an' ive'er both liars,"






t Man Might Learn periority, n wild creature tries to appear ROCKET FOR WRECK VICTIMSThe flares attached to a parachute, and
tiwim exceptional only to the one by these flares are visible for nearly
whom he wants to be loved. And
From Wild Life crew of a sinking: ship forcedto two minutes.
all about us In the woods and fields
take to boats will have a better
and sky and grass one may observe chance of }Being) fund by use of a

for Others' an etiquette of loving. In much of rocket recently Invented In Bremen, qa e '93iokeL (94i?"
Crr? Regard Rights the affection of wild mates for each Tests
Germany. have been satisfac
-', ,... Among Fine Traits of other there Is a tenderness of con tory. The rocket: works automatically First wash with pure Resinol Soap.
sideration that Is clear evidence that Then relieve and improve sore pimply
when thrown Into the water, and
Birds and Beasts.
for each other beyond the
they care
ROOSTERS MUST GO consequently can be operated by men ,
attraction. And take the
who are floating the waves. It risesto
FOR SAKE OF EGGS "Wild animals have a code of man- cardinals, for instance who mate Resmol
a great height before It throws out
ners often comically. like ours. Theyare for life; even In the dead of winter

frequently courteous, tender- they remember love and carol to

Special Day Marketing\ Gets hearted, and considerate to the point each other!" CLEAN PLUGS WIN!

Rid of Males. of being romantic. They possess Savoring somewhat of sarcasm,
that unembarrassed demeanor whichIs this paragraph sums up the reflec- INCREASE SPEED SAVE GAS .

Division, Collegeof Indicative of soul poise, and showon tions of a distinguished writer ,and START EASIER RUN SMOOTHER
Prepared by tho Poultry s t s i
Agriculture, University of Illinois. many occasions a behavior that thinker:
.-WNU Service. Indicates, good taste. "It appears that those who wantto 1934 WORLDS FAIR
The open season for roosters Is on, "Being a good sport is, In a deep be really civilized might take- a *

and right now the life of the "Kingof sense, showing good manners. And tip from the birds and the beasts I _inChicaqo .. _
the Barnyard," who plays: the lead- birds and animals have a gallantryof And it seemed to me that passing on -I -

Ingrole In lowering the quality of bearing that seems a part of their this information about them from .'. and you'll want a room at
summer eggs, Is In a hazardous po- code of behavior. They bear disappointment the comments that well-known Is> the Great Northern Hotel so

sition. pain, death with a cour- naturalist, Archibald Rutledge, would f:.s you can see Chicago as well as
\' / Rooster days are being sponsored age that Is extraordinary. A certain certainly be of no less value to my the World's Fair. Convenientto

grace of heart !Is theirs. readers than anything I could say to shops, theatres, depots and
corncoerce all of Chicago's great civic
l "One display of their good man- them." attractions. Right in the heartof
l panies In all parts of the state, with ners Is the tolerance with which wild Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. everything. Nearest loop
the result that male birds, young and creatures regard one another. Of ,,' SPARK PLUGS CLEANEDbytheACMETHODonlySCeach hotel to the main entrance '

:, old, are being corralled for market.: course there are fights, but these JANE, YOU LOOK h' ,y ,
Premium prices and prizes are offered originate almost always In love rivalry 5 YEARS YOUNGER! 400 ROOMS 400 BATHS

( to farmers who bring their roosters There are no social climbers, Removal of oxide coating, soot, Large, modern, comfortable,
F to town on special days. no business antagonists. There are F YES, I GOT and carbon with the AC Spark homelike. Friendly service

Even old age records do not protectthe no Jealousies over place and power.; RIO OFFRECKLES Plug Cleaner snaps up the speed personal courtesy, deliciousfood
birds, for on rooster day in one But there does appear to be a con- < and performance of reasonable prices, con-
BLACKHEADS economy any
'X venient location. No
y county a bird claimed to be fourteen sciousness of the rights of others. ALMOST ; : car. Registered dealers .
garages parking
,. years old failed to survive the 'lastA"i A huge dead pine with a series of MAGIC! J
; j and service stations have the Make
y round up" there. hollows one above the other, will be your .
'" AC Cleaner reservations now.THE
Why not have
t ,, Back of these rooster day celebra- :quy r. i a'a now
r? tenanted, during a single mating sea-
tions is an almost statewide effort to son, by pairs of bluebirds, black your plugs cleaned? Replace GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL
this sum- Why allow dark skin, freckles, black- badly worn plugs with new ACs.
produce higher quality eggs JACKSON BL YD. DEARBORN QUINCY STS.
woodpeckers, flickers, fox-squirrels, heads and blemishes to make'you look ,
mer and faIL During the warm screeching owls, and sparrow-hawks! older? Now it's so easy to have the Tune in: RAYMOND KNIGHT and the CHICAGO I I LL.
months fertile eggs are the first to deteriorate These are six families of entirely clear white, flawless skin of youth! To- CUCKOOS-Saturdays,10 p.m. East EARL L. THORNTON, Vice-Pret.
but by removing the male' different nationalities, yet all live night just spread famous Nadinola ern Daylight Saving Time.
birds from the flocks, farmers can take above the other, In the Bleaching Cream on face and neck-no,
happily, one massaging, no rubbing. Almost overnight -
the first step toward Insuring better same tenement. And make no mistake freckles and blemishes begin to a.J KILL ALL PLIES
keeping qualities in their market eggs. the serenity is' the result of vanish. Day-by-day you see skin grow ,.
Approximately $5,000,000 Is believed genuine tact and etiquette! lovelier-creamy white, flawless, radiant Placed anywhere. Daisy Fly
: No long waiting, no disappoint- t If'AJTHE Killer attracts and mia flies.
to have been lost by 'Illinois egg pro- "And the vagaries of falling In ments; tested and trusted for over a o ,; |convenient Guaranteed-, effect Cannot ve.spillwlllnotsolloriajnrcanytll Neat.-
ducers in one year as a result of mar- love! Any observer of the human generation. Try it at our risk-your QUALITY SPARK PLUG l .
keting low quality and bad eggs, and scene knows the Impulse then to money back if not delighted. Get a r l Lasts dealers all Harold reason.Somcre 20o ,a Inc gilt ,
large box: of Nadinola Bleaching Creamat LOOK FOR THE "PLUG-IN-THE-TUB" N 150 De KalJ AveB'klyn.N.Y.
to fertile be laid the blame
eggs can 'show off: But while we like to Im-
toilet mail
counters, by postpaid
or .
,\ for a large portion of this loss. In a press the whole world with our su only 50c. NADINOLA, Paris, Term. WNU-7 31-34
survey of 360 farms made in one section -.-.--- -
of Illinois, it was found that SO

per cent of the flock owners were producing

_'.,' fertile eggs during all seasons. TRY CArJiAY AN D YOU MAY1tk
-. A community that follows this practice -
r cannot hope to get premium prices r'

i' for its eggs, poultry authorities predict -

Fertile eggs should not be produced

,- except for hatching purposes, and,even
then the male birds should be removed

I ', from the laying flock at the end of the

hatching season, not to be returned

until a few days before fertile eggs

are needed again.

I During the fall months a common

I' _' cause for fertile eggs is the presence
of young cockerels on- the farms. Thus lee

. I '/ \ the young male birds might well join
--- their older flock mates in the rooster

day parade. -- .

Plenty of Good Feed Is This and 553 .0- '1fQ1aJIILDB :1

Needed Late Chick
by : -'-.

( Lafe hatched chicks, to be profit Big Cash Prizes all given to Women like Yourself --
able, must be given the best of care; -

If hatched properly In late cared spring for, Leghorn can be brought chicks for Writing Short, Simple Letters about Camay !

Into laying early enough for fall production
or by the time they are six of women use and in your bath. Feel its rich,
SEE HOW SIMPLE IT IS-READ THESE prizes First Prize one-lims
months old. MILLIONS except are
Soap of Beautiful caressing lather. Feel how gently cask payments.
Late hatched chicks need a constant Women. 1
supply of fresh, clean, cool water, mild-so ; EASY RULES 5 LelterswiJlbejudgcdontheclenr-
And then tell
velously delicately
: per- us why you consider -
ness, sincerity, and interest of the
abundant tender feed
of shade on good clean and fumed-so generous of lather. But Camay the finest beauty soap 1 Anyone may compete except emstatements you make about' Camay
range to get 2,000,000 more women to for your skin. Write your reasons ployees of Procter & Gamble (and and prizes will be awarded for the best _7
-plenty of good feed. If these things try Camay this extraordinary on a plain piece of paper and at- affiliated companies), the Union Cenletters meeting: these requirements. '
are provided, the chicks should be
tral Life Insurance Co., and theirfamilies. Judges will be:Katharine Clayburger,
Prize Contest is offered. tach it ,
profitable. to 3 green and yellow,Camay AssoClateEdltorWoman'8HomeComThmk r

A good feed can be made of 40 of It-the First Prize is wrappers 3 copies of the wrap2 Write 100 words or less on "Why panion; Hildegarde Fillmore Beauty

pounds of cornmeal, 15 pounds of $1,000 every year as long as you pers, drawn by yourself. Camay Is the Best Beauty Soap for Editor McCall's :Magazine; Ruth
wheat shorts, ten pounds of ground livel And that's only the first prize It's easy. For it's just your My Skin." Attach to your letter 3 Murrin, Beauty Editor Good,House i

oats, six pounds of meat scrap, six -one of 554 prizes in all to be honest opinion we want, as simply green and yellow Camay wrappers or S keeping dlaga;une. The judges of this

pounds of cottonseed meal, six poundsof paid to women like yourself!, told as 'ou'd Je 11 a friend why you wish copies, but Write each as must many be entries accompanied as you only contest the.unbiased.effectiveness of They the arguments"

dried milk, two pounds of steamed prefer this pure white beauty soap. by 3 Camay wrappers or copies and submitted. Their decisions shall beImagine
bone meal, two pounds crushed oyster what It Means And you have 554 chances to win! signed by theactualwriter.finalandwithoutrecourse.Intheevent

shell, and one pound salt. To Win $'1,000 a Year 3 Print your name and address, and toads,identical prizes Allllbe awarded:
If milk can be given to six weeks to contestants. sub-
up the and address of regulardealer ttying
name your
Every Woman Can Win New j
become the of The
k old to drink In place of water, the Why,if you won that rs prize, or grocer on your letter. property
Procter & Gamble Co.
:- dried milk, meat scrap, and cotton all the things you have longed for Skin Beauty with Camay 4 The First Prize of $1,000 a year for

\ .: seed meal may be left out of the ra- would be yours.A new car-a long Even if life will be awarded each Christmas 6 Mail your entry to Camay,Dept.A.
tlon.I vacabon-morccomfortsforyour- you're not among the beginning Christmas, 1934, for trio Box tab, Cincinnati. 01' En
I money winners, this contest will the remainder of the winner's life to mu postmarked before
I ; self-and greater advantages for help you to discover the one soap the contestant whose letter the judges midnight, October 15,1934.Prizewinners
Select Breeding Cockerels the children. that is best for your skin. Camay think best. (If the winner elects, a will be notified by mail as soon
is lump sum of$10,000 cash will be paid as possible after the contest closes
.. The first point to consider in choosing Why Do You Like Camay? sure to thousands what as First Prize in lieu of $1,000 a year Contest applies to United States only
breeding cockerels Is whether it has done for of wofor life.) First Prize guaranteed by the and Is subject to all provisions of
there Is a need for new blood In the Just try Camay. Use this fine men-gIve your complexion: a Union Central Life Insurance Co. All Federal,State,and Local ReguIatioD.9.beautysoaponyourfaceandhands .

flock Unless a definite system of fresh clear loveliness!'
breeding has been established, it la
best to introduce new blood from a "
; known satisfactory source every three KA. PRIZES. FOR LETTERS TELLING "Why Camay LISTEN IN "

years. If new blood is not necessary: i is the Best Beauty Soap for My Skin 5: WEAF and a Coast-to-Coast NBC Network
I then select the large boned, early maturing .. Drcama Como True"Radio Prop-am. Hear
ecE BarrylolcK1nley.: sensational singer,and
and early feathering cockerels
: ,,'1 :':. from the home flock. Be sure that GRAND PRIZE, 's r x moreneweaboutthoconteet.Ever7Monday Wednesday and Thursday: 2:00 p.m.
...' only birds of (GaaraaleedbyTheProcter&S p.m.,E.S.T.(See newspaper forUmawe ,
high vitality are selected. Gamble Co., and the Union I A YEAR FOR LIFE :.y.: X301?y of broadcast: In your city."It .
Select about twice as many cockerels Central Life Insurance: Co.)
: ; as needed, as this will allow for late payment Or$10,000 cash the In winner alnmp-cum elects.: Yi of F C

culling. ,

2nd PRIZE $1,000 cash in one payment Keeps My Skin So Smooth
Poultry Notes M Long before this contest was announced, one
3rd PRIZE ,. . $750 cash in one payment' N 'ss n% p girl wrote, "My skin is delicate and to keep

4th PRIZE $250 cash in one '' '' ? it soft and veil-cleansed, I must use a soap
Turkey eggs can be hatched In Incubators payment of unusual mildness. That why I prefer
so PRIZES OF $100 each, cash in %''"
quite as successfully as In the one payment t'! ; Camay to any other beauty soap. It keeps
natural way. 500 PRIZES OF $10 each, cash ih one payment my skin so smooth and clear."
o r This letter may gice you a hint for your entry.

+ Tests show that rule
i4 as a chicks
/j }''' hatched from small eggs are smaller
than chicks from larger eggs.
S s *

Successful turkey raisers are find-
Ing It highly profitable to keep both

the laying hens and young stock enclo -
.f-' -n a if %d area. .

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_. -
-- CASTLES IX THE GL.ADKS "SAVE-A-LIFK" CAMPAIGN posts and other groups I working for C

I -- I- the common good to cooperate in an

(Continued from page 1) Gw. Sholtz has set aside the monthof \ effort to bring about a decrease in

; A New Kind of Farm Relief I I II I THERE LOOKING at the 1 August as "Save-a-Life" per- the number of automobile accidents

I that'' are taking such a toll on the
TIN BOX and the iod .and State Safety Director Asher
I streets and highways of the state.
DREDGE STOPPED swinging I Frank is urging all .civic
AND STARTED back the .-
:> organiza-1'
tions, public officials, l
OTHER WAY quicker than '; i
YOU COULD say Jack i! I ::

% I r ROBINSON and the man "<.. I II


I :MEDICINE chest, and; the I -
very Superfex ft not a niw or untried roduct.
LOUD AND I I ,/' Matte by Perfection Stove Company
(leaders in the oil-burning appltantt
THANK YOU.TRIVIATA. [ '', ; field the Superfex Refrigerator bat
______ 1 d proved ins worth by Stars of dtpendable -\
service. now in Hit.
(By O/ O. McIntyre j I / '' aU over the world.

Wallace.) Men at the Pahokee Field

,.- .; Office are. going athletic. Go by almost -I
] afternoon and watch them I
: any:
: .
: J Ld.-\r\. tRt 9 pole vault, high jump rope climb, or! Yii't' cs=

_'__ ::- ":00..... -" ..'" I S,1._.:- indulge in other athletic feats when I 1
.. ,,\\ their days work is done. Most pop-
ular, however, seems to be an old
'firQ \iWi I
E- r Ww Indian game, known as "Bendum
Elbcw." The Dredge GULFPORT recently -'
11W1Iua .,
ran 24 hours without a single I
('p.\tUlI do4av Urlcutsvtu vwuW _
,:" ",. shutdown, a record for the lake re-
gion. She also holds the local .
who is the editor
MOUSE Is now working Mickey
MICKEY farmer. is also the chief correspondent, and cord for maximum daily yardage with!

Just as every comedian is supposed the hero of almost every story. In appic\imatcly. 23,000 cubic yard ,I! F
TO yearn to play the part of Hamlet, addition his picture appears at least pumped in 24 hours. Bids have been I
It has also wanted to once on every page. Probably no other
llickey, seems
let in Jax for the building of a 'j .
editor could give himself as much new iy
$take] a more serious role, so now ho -
has enlisted to help stop the foreclosing publicity as Mickey and get away all steel derrick l barge, said to be intended 1\!
of farm mortgages, save thou- with it. Mickey's ability is such for the Dredge WELATKA.The .
though, that the magazine's circulation
*ands of.cows from becoming pot Dredge CONGAREE, erstwhile I
toast, and Incidentally improve the Isinow well over the halfmillionmark
health of American youngsters.This and steadily growing. A featur muck-st -iPler on the defunct Canal /C.-w-
that further makes it differ from the In Beach. '
is not play-acting on Mickey'spart job is now Dayona Major .r
but a really serious effort to help usual magazine is that it does not car- B. C. Dunn, District Engineer, had
the farmer. Mickey is in a- literal ry any advertising except for,mentionof
dinner aboard the GULFPORT this
sense working for millions of farmers.He the company distributing it.
is doing this as the leading character Mickey and his magazine have a past Wednesday. Cap'n Reddy, and KEEPS
In a drive to increase the consumption real job ahead. Much more mlik than his seagoing Tug FULTON are now FOOD CHILLED
of fluid, or bottled, milk. can be consumed is being produced at at Bacom Point, standing by the
As America's best-known and ifcost-;: present. This oversupply of milk has
meant that the farmer receives an unsatisfactory GULFPORT for hurricane duty, ,if
loved actor Mickey exerts a great influence -
upon American life. This is average price for all of any. And I get the two-bits for the IN ANY KITCHENYOUR

especially so with children, who regard his.product. The highest price is paid goodby this week. It's H2S04, whichis
Mickey Mouse as a being second him for milk' to be sold as fluid, or good buy, any way yell take it, kitchen is the logical place to keep food. You can

.then only,to Walt Santa Disney's Claus. To comical the children little, bottled.sufficient When fluid the market milk, the cannot remainder absorb --r' in any language.4RIR0111i61110)10lIHRIIL1ipAM1ll11l6lCIR9'. i iI it there ,day after day, thoroughly chilled and

oreature Is now appealing to help the must be made into butter, cheese 'I wholesome you SuperfexOil-Burning Refrigerator.
.farmer and themselves by drinkingmore and even such things as paint and Without using electricity; with no connections of any kind,
chips. Milk used for such pur-
It is milk.generally known that once chil- poses poker, of course, does not return to B : aB I Superfex economically keeps food fresh and pure, cold and

dren reach the age of five they drink the farmer nearly as much as milk JACK'S FAMOUS\ nH clean. Makes 32 large, sparkling ice cubes at a time.
lees milk than when :younger. Seeing sold as fluid.It fcjH Freezes ice cream Improves food flavor. Keeps left-overs

adults drinking other beverages, is thus Mickey's task to meet Increasethe the Chop Suey Dinners 5 until they can be used..Cuts down food costs, saves trips to
youngsters wish to imitate them and demand for fluid milk to
In doing so neglect "the most nearly supply, and he is exerting his vast influence u" m market, saves countless steps each day!
perfect food." to do so. Iu spite of the prime 0 Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:00 |jj jjH I Superfex burns a couple of cents'worth of kerosene daily. At
This condition it is hoped to remedy subject matter of the magazine being na
with the assistance of Mickey, aided milk, the children are intensely inter- !Bn the end of two hoursburners go out automatically refrig-
and abetted by Minnie Mouse and ested in it. National Dairy milk com- SPECIAL: r.IIOILKD: HUvAIC; : g I eration continues. Nothing complicated. Nothing difficult to

Pluto, their dog. Occasionally, the Big panies' executives are reporting that. 1 Dinners 'Jhur.tdav INiuJit. H understand. us for a demonstration with no obligation.
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:been distributing to their customers a going regularly. HBBBHBBBBBBBBflflBBBBflHBBRiiaESTIMATES 1aa 1
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.,interest children it contains pictures, this all should mean more milk into ; EVERGLADES AGENT
stories and puzzles. As a magazine It bottles and a consequent betterment I

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