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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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-- CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1933 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEAR
NUMBER 16 .
VOLUME 9, __..



SPEAKERS GIVEKIWANIANS I Beardsley On Visit PUPILS COMPETE IN Road Dept. Requests Permit KAY INTERVIEWS

Drawbridge

CROSS To Texas_ Farm AreaJ. I MAY FIELD EVENTS REILLY WHILE ON ''I


has been made to the
Application
E. Beardsley, one of the most

progressive of Everglades farmers, war department by the state road NEW YORK VISIT
PLAN The principal attention of May
STATE CANAL left Clewiston Wednesday by motor I Day events was directed to the field department, for a permit to constructa

for Texas where he expects to spend I and track meet in which a large ma- swing draw bridge across the navi-
n the various By RUSSELL KAY:
visiting ,
several days
of the students of the local
concerningthe jority gation channel southeast of Torry
Two interesting talks that state. .
of
farming sections school participated. Field events I Director Florida News Service
made at connectingthe
cross-state canal were The Texas is just now in full island, near Belle Glade,
Club crop ,were enlarged to include a varied. Brooklyn, May 1-I was visiting a
the meeting of the Kiwanis on swing and Mr. Beardsley is particu- I mainland with Torry island.
W. recreation program in recognition friend at the World Telegram.achap

Wednesday: evening by James who are larly interested in the methods of of the fact that May first has been The proposed bridge will providea who had been on the staff of
and Fred J. Nebiker,
and marketingof
Bruce sub- harvesting, packing nationally set aside as Child Health horizontal clearance of 50 feet be- the Miami Herald during the hectic
with the Clewiston the Texans.
connected used by
--. truck produce Day. Outdoor sports and recreationare tween maces of tenders measured days of the boom, recalling the
office r'jof U. S. Engineers. The Everglades section, one of
important factors in the health- normal to the channel, and vertical swanky ground floor offices, knick-

:, Mr.'jNebiker gave the history of the greatest agricultural regions in ul development, of children. clearance of 13.5 feet above water abockered salesmen, binder boys-

project, pointing out the country, has restricted itself I
the proposed William Cowart won individual level elevation 16.0. The elevationof you remember, $2,000 cash will holdit
in 1826, which) to the production of beans,
act ,of Congress largely I
an honors in the _Senior group, Harry the road grade will be at the elevation until 3 o'clock. I wasn't lookingfor
-
appropriated $20,000 for the survey cabbage, tomatoes and a few other
Vaughn and Junior Waldron in the of the top of the levee at this news stories, I was enjoying a
with a view to determining a varieties of vegetables. Mr. Beards-
Junior group and Juliann Oglesbyfor point. It is supposed to use the steel brief vacation, a country boy in a
the Atlantic in recent
canal connecting has been experimenting
route for a ley
girls. Awards were made on the swing draw ,span formerly crossingthe big city. A phone call interruptedour
,with the Gulf. The route most years with other vegetables and has
various events in which the student St. Lucie river at Stuart, and conversation and then slammingup
favored at present was recommended done a great deal to broaden the
i. participated. Five points for each now stored along the north shore of the receiver he said "Come on,
has recently been approved agricultural production in
and of
in 1911
scope
first place won, three points for second the St. Lucie river opposite Stuart.It I gotta interview Reilly in Brook-
by the U. S. Army Engineers.The this section. "
place, two for third place and is not proposed to hold a pub- lyn, we can talk on the way.
of the
speaker told of the intra- With first-hand knowledge and In the lobby of the building as we
methods of I one for fourth place were given. lic hearing on the application,
coastal waterway from Boston to Mi- most modern improved William Cowart won a total of protests to the proposed work from were hurrying out to catch the sub-

ami, now practically completed, and packing and marketing the various 21 1-2 points, for first place in the the standpoint of its interferencewith way we ran into Mr. Fallen con-
will continue -
of the natural 'waterway system of products, Mr. Beardsley' group of boys weighing more than or effect upon, navigation, tact man for the New York officeof
with diversified
ahead
I the Mississippi river and its tribu- to forge activities. 100 pounds. Second place in this must be mailed to the district Engi- the Florida Citrus Exchange, who

f'lW. taries.- A cross-state canal would farming accompaniedon group was won by Merrell Lowe, neer, United States Engineer Office, was looking for me. It happened he
'- Mr. Beardsley was
connect these two important inland doingan the trip by his father, D. W. I. with 9 points, third place by Ed P. O. Box 4970, Jacksonville, Flaj., had his car at the door so he offer-
is
which
waterways; each of Clark with 7 points. Harry Vaughnand in time to be received on or before ed to drive us over. He wanted to
business but with nochannel' 1 Beardsley, and his son, J. E., Jr. The
enormous in about ten Junior Waldron tied for third May 9, 1935. get a look at this guy Reilly, too. .
to return
party expects
which traffic can I
through place in the second'group with '10 ,As we crawled through the heavy

be passed from one to the other. The days. points each. Is Crowned traffic toward Brooklyn Bridge I
canal I May Queen I II
proposed Gulf-Atlantic ship found myself wondering what kind
The twelfth grade largely by vir-
,
and I
miles in length Plans to
207
II would be Drawing '
of a man Reilly was. I'll admit there
'' would accomodate vessels drawing tue of the high score piled up by I At School CeremonyMiss I 9 certain 'amount, of contemptfor
was
I, led in the grade
William Cowart,
30 feet. At present such vessels must Submit to Board him in my mind, like millions of
competition with 45 1-2 pointsthe I
be unloaded and their cargoes plac- 8th second with 31 1-2 Florine Moore, daughter of outraged Americans I had personally -
grade came
ed on ocean-going steamers for tho received silver long before -
Mrs. J. W. Moore, a condemned Hauptmann
Prospects for the approval of a I points, the 7th grade third with 22
Florida
longer trip around the Keys. l followed crown designating her as Queen of the case ever came to trial, and
9th and 6th -
the 10th
,
points
Upon completion of the canal, the high schol building in Clewis ton to in the order named. the May from the hands of William the thought of anyone defendinghim

vessels would be able to come down be erected with PWA funds, loom Senior Group, Over 100 pounds., Cowart, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. I resented. It was simply a

the Mississippi river cross the stateof who reigned with her as of human emotion dominatingthe
bright as preliminary 'sketches are Broad jump: Bill Cowart, 12th Cowart, case

Intra-coastal Florida and waterway.Mr. go on .north on the being prepared by two architects, grade, 16' 1-2". Merrell Lowe, 12th King at the annual May Day Festi- saner spirit of justice and fair-

15' 5 3-4". "Ed Clark, 10th val held on the school grounds Wed-
J. E. Walker of Fort Myers and L. grade play.His
Nebiker figures office modest in appear-
gave 15' 5 1-4". nesday afternoon.The was
assembl-I grade,
ed for the year 1929, Phillips Clark of West Palm Beach, I 100 Yard Dash: Billy Cowart, king andqueen were enthroned ance, much the same as you wonld

1487" vessels made 10,341 voyages ) for submission ,to the state planning 12th grade, Ed Clark, 10th grade, I against a background of palms find maintained by attorneys. in our

that would have profited by the existence board. Merrel Lowe, 12th grade.. -" facing the assembled spectators. Be- smaller cities-rather crowded I

of the cross-state canal, more The board of public instructionhas Basketball goal shooting: Jimmy fore the throne was the May pole, thought, but a busy place. Half a

three-fourths of these were by outlined to the architects the streamers.A assistants were in
than Harrington, 8th grade, 6 out of 10; gay with pink and green dozi -clerks and

vessels of the American merchant general requirements of! the build- Merrell Lowe, Billy Cowart, 12th white picket fence. added' to the evidence, each apparently intent on

marine. "It seems inevitable that a I ing, which is designed to contain 2 grade,- Carlisle Reddish, 9th grade, garden' scene.Participating. some. task, hurrying in and out of,

ship and barge canal across Florida I stories, with class rooms for the sev- in the May pole partitioned offices, answering telephones -
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(Continued on
f, will greatly increase the efficiency), enth through the twelfth grades, dance, attired in frocks of pink and or consulting with clients.

of transport and will add to the commercial with a science and home economics green were Carmen Lee Ryans, Re- I Shortly we were ushered into

security of the ports of the laboratory a first aid room and Banquet Is First OfGraduation I Wethington, Runelle McGehee, I Reilly's private office to find a gen-

Gulf and will promote the general nurse's clinic, and a combination Edna Leiter, Jacqueline McKenzie,I I ial, friendly man who greeted us

y welfare of, the great interior valley auditorium and gymnasium. Both Events Margaret Von Mach, Beulah Guth- with' a smile and a warm hand-

I t of the United States."' architects are conversant with rie, Alice Cowart, Janice Brantley, shake-a big man, both sidewaysand

Mr Nebiker's concise interpretation school building designing and are familiar -- June Hooker Dorothy Adams, Aud- up and down. I felt like a pig-

of the function and purpose of ,with types suited to South Members of the Class of Class 1935 rey Christian, Elizabeth Winn, Gloria my besides him. He was brisk in
honored the Junior"
by
the proposed waterway cleared up Florida conditions. were ban- McDuffie, Gloria Freedlund, and speech and manner, with a dominant

the project in the minds of many of Several tentative sites are being with the annual Junior-Senior Carolyn ,McDonald. personality, yet not in a sense that
banquet was
The
his listeners, to whom the canal had considered by the school board mem- quet last evening. Heralds announcing the arrival of makes one uncomfortable. On the

been of indefinite value and vague bers, who feel that the project will held in the dining room of the' Clew-decorated the king and queen were Willie V. contrary, he had a way of makingyou
-
\ conception. meet with the approval of the state iston Inn, which was beautifully Hooker and Bernice Guthrie, who feel at ease, breaking a serious

Mr. Bruce's talk approached the planning board. The county board is with gladioli, roses, lillies were attired in short yellow suits conversation with a bit of brilliant

subject, from an entirely different proceeding with its plans,to have all and other spring flowers carryingout and flourished green trumpets.I repartee, just at the right time.
white.
angle. Mr. Bruce was in the Jackson in readiness so that there may be no a: color scheme of red and Charles Roberts, the court jester pa-i J had a lot of questions I wantedto
at a long
seated
ville office of U. S. Engineers at delay when money for Hendry coun- Guests were raded in a yellow clown suit and delighted -. ask him, but I knew they were

the ,time of the survey of the routes ty projects is made available. The banquet table, on which were vas- the audience with his antics. all wrong-what the legal minds

and described for the Kiwanians the board hopes that the constructionmay es of red roses and whitebaby's The queen was lovely in her frockof term "leading questions." Reilly

geological'research and investiga- be done this summer and fur- breath, and tall red candles and in red white nut I I long ,white organdy, with court wasn't the type of man to be led.

tions which were made 'by field and nish much employment for skilled holders. Red programs : train of purple and simulated er 'I wanted to talk about Haupt-
beside each plate reflected -
office forces. and semi-skilled labor during the I cups placed color scheme. mine. The maids wore dresses of mann, the trial and disputed $25-
the general
The geological survey was necessary dull summer months., I for the ladies and boun- pastel shades, fashioned along line:, 000, but Reilly on the other hand

because of the known existance A frame building for the Harlem Corsages similar to the queen's robe. Margaret wanted to talk about Florida, a sub-
beautiful -
for the men were a
of the porous condition of the lime- school is also planned by the board, tonnieres table. Gary, Dorothy Hare, Mildred iect of conversation I found was wel-

stone country through which the i i I funds to be derived from the same t. )During addition the to banquet the banquet each of the Ward and Louise Bussey were' the comed everywhere I went. It seem-

canal would; pass. The suitability of :source., Senior and Junior clas- attractive maids of the court. ed to dove-tail so well with the un-
I in the
limestone as foundation for locks -- girls Charming Juliann Oglesby in a iversal subject of the "weather".
determination of the elevations -i Teachers I Get Checks'Due rcs received, a lovely evening bag, the shot
and a I leather graceful spring dance presented "Where is Ft. Myers? he
while the boys were given
fluctuations of the water I individual'sname queen's crown to King William, who at me, when he learned I was from
with each
bill folds
table were needed as guides for the Them Thru 34 them. Faculty placed it on the blond locks of Queen Florida. "I got a letter from a fel-
printed on
riJ!;, design of the pool elevation between: \ members and musicians who were Florine. After the festivities honor- low down there who knew a lot more

,: the leeks. Borings were made along I! ing the queen were over, the assem- about how to conduct the trial than I

all routes; ,said Mr. Bruce, and at Local teachers and former local guests, received linen handkerchiefs.' bled students and friends participated did."

definite intervals samples of material -I teachers were made happy this week I Vincent Oglesby acted as toast- in the May Day Field events. I informed him it was on the west

correlated by receipt of checks for all back sal master, and the following programwas
-
,,, were obtained, carefully -- coast.
; and studied; wells were taken on aries for the years '32, '33 and '34. \ presented: "West Coast" he snapped. "I
Not all salaries for these years were I "To The Leaders of Tomorrow: Summer Half-Holiday
water beento
the surface of the underground didn't know you had one. I've

i all along the area considered. I in arrears, of course, but some Vincent Oglesby. Miami and Palm Beach, but I
due a part of their\ Response, from the Seniors, Billy Began Yesterday
teachers were .
; Final studies along the route selected I thought everything over ten miles

were very detailed, and during I salaries earned during the year, Cowart. everglades." -
going 1932 and subsequent years.Tlie :[' Vocal solo, R. N. Smith. -- west was
the time this work was on I'm coming down in a few
closingsto "But
"To The Faculty," from the Sen- The Thursday afternoon
of; ,
payment
checks complete
and lowest water level e
the highest
r: mid-week half-holiday weeks and I'm going to see your
; record was reached so.that exJ' teachers salaries except March and iors, Evelyn Hare. provide a I'm
on I of the State. Some day go-
: Juniors, Florine Moore.. for store clerks during the summer side
for these.months will : From the
treme conditions were available for April. Money there. Idon't
"i study. I I be forthcoming from the FERA I I Response, George B. Stanley.. months began in Clewiston yester- ing to make my where home ;down and this tripI

Mr. Bruce said that the water ta-. fund for schools, and the school ]I Violin Solo, Lawson Jones, accom- day afternoon and will continue intend know to just rest up and do a bit oClooking

expects to receive and distri- panist, Mrs. Mark Lawler. through August.
ble in the porus limestone countryis board : I ; around."

remarkably flat; has a low elevation bute these checks next week. A delightful dinner was: served, Joining in the movement Turner'sBarber mereene's could do a lot with that
"You
to embodythe Dry Goods Store,
of about 40 feet above sea The FERA's operation of the the menu being planned I suggested trying -
colors used and Beauty Shop, Wells and $25,000 right now.
fluctuation of schools for March, April and red and white I
level, a maximum a- county back to the subject
Gro- work
B. Cash to
and
B.
evening: Royal Grocery,
bout 13 feet. The building of the May completes a full eight months throughout the in.
interested
.':;. canal will be simplified by building term and gives assurance of the accreditation -I! Grapefruit supreme Celery Hearts and cery, Christian's Clewiston, Barber Supply Shop.Company The was. "Yes," he replied, "but I haven'tgot
of the high school, as Queen Olives
locks which will maintain a low nobody else
I don't
Post Office anti the First Bank: of it yet, but if
Chicken Soup
pool levation of 40 fpet above sea all other requirements have been Cream of you that." he
Clewiston also are closing Thurs will, I can promise
fa) iu .:r.a) level, which .Is near the natural watt I met. Roast Spring Chicken Chestnut Dressing day afternoons. Drug Stores close at shot back in a determined voice as
'
<: be-
er table. momentarily
at 5:30, jaw
o'clock but reopen his square
The talks ,of these two men, who W. W. Liddell, U. S. engineer, has Giblet gravy one returned."Do .

j were well-inforrfed on their sub-I been transferred to Pahokee aftera English Peas Mashed PotatoesHot maintaining Sunday hours. ore the smile Ilauptman will!
Union office will not think
Salad The you
Tomato
) jects and who had the knack of clear three years' residence in Clew- Biscuit Stuffed Western asked bluntly."If .
Tea be closed. burn? I
description in terms easily under-i iston. Iced he does," Reilly replied,
Mints
; stood by the average layman,I Cherry Ice Cream Cake Guthrie and, burn an iiinocent;.man."
"they'll
The honor guests were :Miss Evelyn Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
brought forcibly to those who heard believe h 's inno
$ them the advantages of the proposed and the careful preparations which Hare, Miss Pearl Brantley, Miss Mrs. George Prevatt were guests of "Do you really :

canal along the route decided upon have gone into the government' research Emma Bethea, Miss Lily Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlton and oth- cent?" I asked.. )

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. Friday May 3, 1935



tests of orders by the national labor ROOSEVELT called

CURRENT EVENTS board that Goodyear and Firestone PRESIDENT Harrison of Mississippito ICKES AND LONGIN

should hold Immediate elections for the White House for a conference BRISBANETHIS

representation In collective bargaining. concerning the veterans' bonus bill, VERBAL BATTLE


PASS IN REVIEW JUST as soon as the President says which passed the already house. Harrison has- WEEK

word, the federal bureau of is chairman of Former Asserts Louisiana

public roads and the various state the senate finance

highway departments are ready to committee and the ad- Protection ImpossibleThe May Lose PWA Funds.

THREE POWERS IN A UNITED jump into the work of grade crossing ministration looked to Railroad Crossings

elimination, the building of arterial r him to devise a way Washington.-Secretary of the In-
GERMANY Things Are Better
FRONT AGAINST ;
highways and similar projects. The to spike the measure terior Harold L. Ickes and Senator
BOOM FOR McCARL. Is objectionable When Russia Is Rich Ilucy P. Long engaged
work relief act earmarks $800,000.000 which so a BillIngs-

for such undertakings, and the sum to the Presidentin Europe seeks some network of gate duel at a distance of more than

By EDWARD W. PICKARD may be increased by the President to Its present "greenback" "treaties" to prevent a war, or bind 1,000 miles. -

Western Newspaper Union.SIX a billion. The roads bureau alreadyhas .. form. Other armies and air fleetsof I The secretary, at his desk In Wash-
-- -
of Europe's foremost statesmen, $100,000,000( of grade crossing eliminations majority leaders In each of those ington, delivered a blistering attack
Pat Harrison
experts and secretaries, solemnly and other projects contractedfor congress also were signing such trea- on Long, threatening to cancel all

considered peace plans and security under authority granted Wy con- busy with the problem, and it was be- ties to protect the public works projects In' Louisianaif

pacts on Isola Bella, a lovely gress last year, officials revealed, and lieved a compromise had been found others in case of legislation is passed to give the

little island in Lake these contracts are to be met with. that would solve it. This would be a attack. state authority over local projects.

Maggiore off Stresa, work-relief money. bill providing full cash payment by Unfortunately, in From Louisiana's capital, Baton I

Italy. The conferencewas Arthur W. Brandt, president of the 1938 and, meantime, substitution of in- the new war of Rouge, the Kingfish roared In answer,

momentous, but it American Association of State HIgh- terest bearing negotiable bonds for the air, as in secret "Secretary of the Interior Ickes can go

was of an "explora way Officials, advised a congressional the adjusted service certificates due in P u W gangster war, no slam-bang to h-1 for all I care !" .*

tory" nature, and no committee recently that states were 1945. >5 ; protection is pos- Later In the day Secretary Ickes

definite results were prepared to wipe out 4.0718 dangerous Senator Harrison refused to discussin sible.Where called at the White House but denied

expected. Prime Minister crossings if as much as $401,881,500was detail his conversation with Mr. one crim- he had come to, lay his case before

Ramsay MacDonald made available. He said $277,507- Roosevelt but expressed hope and con- inal has an "auto' President Roosevelt. He said that in

and Foreign Sec- 500 of such projects could be completed fidence that within the next few weeks tnatlc" or "subma- dealing with Long he was following

retary Sir John Simon, In a year. Brandt reported also there would be a settlement of the chine gun," agreements his 'quashing of an attempt by' Governor -

... representing Great that state officials were ready to begin bonus question satisfactory to all. Arthur Brisbane among lawabiding Ely of Massachusetts ro set. up

Britain, were willing construction widening and straightening citizens can- state control of PWA in 1933.

Premier to carry out that: na. -of 1,739 trunk line routes ACCUSING the federal government not protect them. And while one nation "We're following a good precedent,"'

Flandin obligations can build he added, '"because I established it."
tIon's military through cities at a cost of $203,732,800. Washington of maintaining a secretly and suddenly

under the Locarno treaty but "dictatorial colonial policy," the legis- launch airships with poison gas and ex- In serving notice on Long that no .

balked at further commitment In con- lators of Puerto Rico went on strike, plosive bombs, no city can consider It PWA money will go to build up the .

tinental affairs. Anyhow, they had JOHN R. McCARL, the able, efficient walking out of the capitol at San self safe. KIngfish's share-the-wealth program,

promised to enter into no new agree- Independent comptroller; gen- Juan 36 hours before the session France and England, after elaborate Ickes characterized Long as "the em-.
eral of the United States has annoyedthe "
ments without the cousent of parliament would automatically have ended and experiments, announce that there Is no peror of Louisiana. His attack was '
several occasions
;, which cannor be consulted until New Dealers on leaving unfinished a lot of important possible way of protecting a modern inspired by a bill pending before the
Now he threatens to
after the Easter holidays. Premier Louisiana legislature which would give
block the plans of the legislation. city against air attacks, even thoughthe .L
Flandin and Foreign Minister Laval Long control of all funds obtained by ; .
city knew in advance when to expert
t AAA for lifting the restrictions -
of France sought to persuade England ,t. TN HIS first post-vacation confer- them. state groups from .the federal government .
to line with France and Russia on spring r .
up wheat planting and at ence with congressional leaders The only safeguard Is fear of retaliation. -
rather than with Germany, and they the time contin- President Roosevelt disregarded their "PWA funds haven't been used to

presented as one argument a new mu- same fears of a prolonged session and In- set up a political machine anywhere .

tual assistance pact they had just uing to pay the farm- sisted on enactment of his legislative and they won't be used that way In

signed with Russia Premier Mussolini ers for crop reductionsthat he wants legisla- Deeply grieved by the killing of.. Louisiana," Ickes declared "They
Especially
solemn and pessimistic, han would not be program.tion dealing with extension of the many school children at a public crossIng certainly won't be used to build upLong's
called for. Declaringthey the President plans extensive. "
dled matters for Italy'with the help<9f NRA, social security, utilities holding I political machine.
of for wished to avoid elimInation of railroad grade crossings.
Fulvlo Suvich, undersecretary companies, extension of federal authority Ickes specifically mentioned a $1,800-

eign affairs. He had already warned -, .,t- shortages- due to the. over banking, ship subsidy re- Complete elimination of such crossings i 000 PWA allotment to the New Or-

the world that the Issue of war or J. R. Mccarlthe dust storms, the offi- adjustment and extension of $416- would Involve spending hundreds of ; leans sewer and water board. He

peace probably could not be settled at daIs of the AAA said 000,000 in nuisance taxes. millions or billions. The work wouldbe said If the board were to be dissolvedby
farmers would be for theabandoned i
paid undertaken with careful concentration -
Stresa.Of Later the President conferred with Long there would be no PWA con-

course, the chief question was the reductions in acreage if Senator Joe Robinson, who said both on the fact that railroading itselfIs tract and no PWA money for 'sanitary -

attitude of other nations toward the they would promise to curtail their of them felt that very satisfactory bound to change or disappear so far purposes in the city

Pan-Germanism of plantings next year Mr. McCarl asked as transportation of passengers Is con
constantly growing From Baton
progress Is being made. To the cor- Rouge Long Indicatedhe
the reich under Hitler and the first for further information .on this matter cerned.
respondent Mr. Roosevelt said he hopedto intends to fight for the money. He
concrete taken was and indicated he could not approve of Railroads in the future must
problem up have the work relief program at carry said the federal money .already has
,
France's to the of Na- the plan, though AAA men declared he than hundred
appeal League Its peak by the middle of November, passengers more one been deposited to the :New Orleans

tions against Germany's repudiation of had not ruled definitely against It. at which time 3,500,000 unemployed miles an hour, on light railroad equip sewage and water board account

the military clauses of the Versailles Chester C. Davis, AAA administrator, should be at work under its terms. ment, 'able to climb steep grades as "The state court very properly rec-
might not be content to abide by sucha
treaty. He indicated this program would be easily as automobiles do now. Elimination ognizes our men as that board now, so
Premiers Mussolini and Mac Donald ruling if it were made, and the ad- '
carried out as far as possible by exIsting of grade crossings will take that how is Ickes going to get his money
persuaded Flandin to moderate the ministration might refuse to accept it. into consideration and Include elimina "
governmental agencies: He will back? Long asked. "When he starts
tone of this protest and not to demand Mr. McCarl, a Republican, holds his tion of
seek to avoid moving workers from existing sharp curves at crossIngs that, we'll show him what a smart

any specific .penalty against Germany, office under a law which specifies, that one area to another, and will take that the work may not be done man he ain't .
and then all approved the note and In the comptroller general shall be 'appointed twice.
care of as many "white collar" work- "If Ickes and the balance of the
a resolution slapped Hitler on the wrist to a 15-year term and can be
ers as possible. brain trust cabinet hold their breath'Juntil !
for halting the toward arms removed only by death or Impeachment -
progress. The social security bill finally was Dun & Bradstreet, well informer! we send for them} there'll be
Nevertheless General
limitation. Attorney produced on the floor of the house of usually, say that a big business rise several corpses and the country will
The three premiers also agreed that Cummings, It is understood, gave it "
representatives. There were several is coming. Their weekly survey 'in be better off.
their nations should act In concert in as his opinion that, like any other
blocs against It In its form as re- forms you that before the end of this
promoting an Eastern Locarno,strength- Presidential appointee, he could be
These included business will have developed
ported. representatives quarter progress Court
removed at the pleasure of the PresI- Supreme Scores
ening the position of Austria, Hun-
who to the
want higher unemploymentand a degree beyond most
gary and Bulgaria, proceeding with the dent. He based this opinion on a rul- for Unfairness
old age payments: ; members from sanguine estimates offered at the be Attorney
ing of the Supreme court in the case
negotiation of an air convention, opposing -
states who the fed- of the
the poorer want ginning year. Washington.-After roundly criticiz-
unilateral repudiation of trea- of a postmaster who was ousted by
eral government to bear the entire cost
ing an assistant district attorney for
ties, and calling a Danubian confer- President Coolidge, the court holding
of the program with the states relieved How rich will the Russians become having "overstepped the bounds of
ence in May.France's that the President was within his
of any contribution, and the with their energetic development of na fairness" the Supreme court warnedall
Article 2
rights under of the Consti-
memorandum as submittedto
conservatives, who are opposed to the tional resources, all over Russia and federal prosecuting officers they
tution. So it be the New Dealers
the League of Nations council when may
"government going into the insurancebusiness" far into Arctic regions? should be less interested In winning
will seek to have Mr. McCarl ousted
assembled: In Geneva was still a vig-
orousily worded document, characterizing before his term expires in 1936, for and exacting a pay roll tax And what will be the effect on Communism criminal cases than in seeing "that

during the depression. bolshevism and the proletariatwhen justice shall be done."
Hitler's military moves as "tin- It Is feared by them that he will ,
Russia becomes, ..as'she do. Employing unusually strong languagefor
culmination of long and methodical hamper the expenditure of the S4.SSO- may

labors pursued in secret." The action 000,000 work relief appropriation to an SIR OSWALD MQSLEY, chief of the the richest nation on earth, and those the high court Justice Sutherland

Fascists, has committed his that rule her become the world's rich flayed the methods used by the
it said, "has deliberately- extent that would greatly irk the Dem- prose-
stroyed one of the bases" of Germany's ocratic party leaders.It organization to a policy of anti-semit- est men, perhaps the first multiple bil cuting officer in .the case of Harry
Ism fully as severe as that of the Hitler in ? sentenced
lionaires
history Berger Brooklyn a
year
collaboration with the is Interesting to read that the Ne-
league.
Nazis. At a riot- .., ....- and for counterfeiting.While .
"By so doing It has seriously compromised braska Progressive league, made up of '" '< a day
of his
ous meeting silver made inevitable the did not the
Gambling in court name
the success of international liberal Republicans, is planning the
negotiations on limitation of arma- organization of "McCarl for President"clubs Black Shirts in Leicester in" : by this country pushing up the price, attorney, quotations it made in the

Mosley said : "For all the world old decision from the stenographic reportof
over
goes on ; poor
ments pursued under the auspices of in that state and afterward in '
the of the first time I openly : "X- ;J China Is buying back at double price* the Berger case disclosed It was
League Nations and on the all others. George W. Kline, its chaIr- chal- < :

basis: of article VIII of the league man, says he was asked to support and publicly :. ',. silver sold too cheap, and Britain referring to Henry Singer, assistant
lenge Jewish interestsin : wish she had been in less of a United States for eastern
covenant," the memorandum continued. McCarl for President in 1936 by friendsof l: .' must attorney
Foreign Minister Laval who this country. Comma 1iii' hurry to unload below 30 cents an New York.
presented Senator George W. Norris. The *'I':
the memorandum, recommendedthat comptroller general is a graduate of n din g commerce, : .; ounce the hundreds of millions of In ordering a new trial for Bergerthe

commanding the press, ... .,....{. > India when India,
Germany be "condemned" for her the University of Nebraska law school r. : -r.: f ounces taken from court said Singer was "guilty of

action, and that the league consider and for years was Mr. Norris' secretary commanding the cinema the r .:.1 ..,. '. :,.:. { In a foolish moment, was put on the misconduct .

dominating .... ... basis to fall off .
economic penalties against nationa _.>. ;: >_ -- gold only again.An
city of London, they
which, In the future, violate treaties. ) Sir Oswald
Berlin back ore killing Industry old true saying tells you : "Thenis WASHINGTON BRIEFSIn I
came at the memoran- I of the Mosley I
agencies government with their sweat- "
dum with an official communiquewhich SEVEN some good'in all evil, and this applies
to combat the dam- These interests
shops. great are
of the
said even to the dea l l'enom
: age done by the constantly recurringdust not intimidating and will not Intim- India." record time but without a record
cobra, or "hooded snake of
"It
France
believes it Is necessaryto storms. They are the AAA, farm idate the Fascist movement of the vote, the senate passed the Wheeler bill
recall the A full discharge of the cobra'spoison
obligations forced on Ger- credit administration, emergency relief modern age." to extend federal regulation over in-

many one need only to recall France's administration, soil erosion service, Leaders of more than 200 of Chi, into the human body mean terstate bus and truck operations.
death while the scientific use of thai
solemn and
,
voluntary
obligations In
bureau of plant industry and bureauof cago's 300 Jewish organizations assembled
the Locarno protocol to take Immediate poison supplies a superior substitut-
agricultural engineering.The to indorse the campaign of Following a conference with President
toward for morphine in diminishing pain.If .
steps disarmament. efforts, officials said, will In- the American Jewish congress for con- Roosevelt, James A. Moffett an-

"The statements of the French ministers' clude shipping feed, food and water solidation of all organized Jewish ac nounced that the President had accepted -

for years revealed that France Into the stricken areas of Texas, Oklahoma tion. The chief speaker was the famous you love your British cousins, iv his resignation as federal housing

never seriously intended to carry out New Mexico, Kansas and Colorado Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, national joice. Neville Chamberlain, chancellor administrator, but that he would remain -
of the exchequer, British in
the disarmament says
obligations. starting work relief projects on president and founder of the congress at his post for about two weeks.
will be because British
i taxes cut
Actually, the Stresa conference re- roads, private lands and the public domaIn i In the course of his address he said : come

sulted In little more than a demonstration planting of fast-growing and I "I want the day to come when no I finances show a substantial surplus the" Development of a program to aid
of
in
That surplus spite
of* the continued solidarity of the hardy crops as ground cover in areas Jew shall live In Germany-not one.I I appears sound small Industries In the acquisition
fact that Britain is adding more thai
thre great powers participating. This where moisture conditions permit, and want the day to come-although I I of needed capital was urged upon
$52,000,000 to the cost of armaments.
was in a considerable measure a "listing" operations. This latter workis shall not live to see It-when the Jew the administration in a report by

triumph for MussolinI, who had expected an attempt to prevent soil blowing will be a regretted memory In Ger- I Your satisfaction In this good newt the business advisory and planning

nothing more, but had Insistedon away, by making alternate ridges and many, just as their presence was a may be Increased by your knowledge council of the Department of Com
the united front. furrows. ennoblement in I that the United States had the pleasure
and
s blessing an every merce.
of financing the surplus and th
Meanwhile other officials of the same sense.

THERE will be_ no strike at present bureaus were beginning to map out additional armaments to the tune o President Roosevelt informed Senator

tire plants of Akron, for the permanent plans designed, they said, POST Is having nothing $5,000,000,000 In war debts not paid Trammell of Florida, chairman of":. r-:4--:..-. '
WILEY
rubber workers in the Goodyear, Good- of dust luck In his
to prevent recurrence stormsIn attempts to the senate naval affairs committee, he
rich and Firestone factories Senator Wheeler of Montana has ii.
ratified
an dry periods. the continent In the strato-
fly across planned to use navy and marine reservo
agreement that was reached in WashIngton troduced a bill ordering the nationa-
Primary among these was a pro- sphere In record-breaking time. On officers under the new civilian conser-

between labor leaders and officials gram with the declared aim of per- his third try, starting from Burbank government to take over, own and op vation program.
of the three erate the railroads of the nation be
companies brought manently acquiring, through the AAA Calif., he got as far as Lafayette, Ind.,
together by Secretary of Labor Per- ginning January 1, 1030. There Is nr
and relief administration, 15,000,000acres there his supercharger went wrong.So The last of the Liberty bonds float-
kins. The pact provides that the of land before July 1. Such land the famous Winnie Mae came downat doubt that railroad stock and bon ed to America's bills ,

companies will meet with representatives will be retired from farm productionto Purdue university' airport eight holders would say, "Amen," if they I World pay during the
war, were called for retirementon
of any group of employees for could be sure of getting a fair prict
cover crops and forests and for use hours twelve and one-half minutes October 13. The call issued by
collective bargaining.: It also post- as recreation and wild-life areas. The. after it left the west coast. Post was for their property. was
King Features Syndicate lac. Secretary of the Treasury Henry: Mor-
strike action pending final f-ourt I
pones land Is classed as submarginal. uncertain of his plans for the future. \VNU Service. genthau.







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i': : SYNOPSIS course, for your nervousness and depression "Happily. Not a whit nervous. Lan and the others were unable to shed an;:;

.1 so I want to examine you ny had complete control over her." He light upon the parentage of Gatlin's

'7 L Theodore Gatlin adopts a baby, "Pe- cry meticulously and see if your grinned: "1 passed 'as her Uncle Dan adopted daughter although one man No more tired

i elope," In an effort to solve his matrimonial trouble can be charged up to some and the wife as Aunt Lanny. Lannysaw had a hazy recollection that the child's I

troubles. But his wife has physical condition. Let me feel. your to It that the girl didn't do any father had been an army officer and

I:. never wanted her, and their affairs end pulse." talking while the doctor was present had been killed in the Philippines. The let-down feeling for men

game in the a divorce ball strikes court. ten-year-old At a baseball Penelope It was eighty-three, full and strong. "You're a good fellow Dan." chief's questionings, however, elicitedthe

on the nobe Mrs. Gatlin spirits Stephen's examination of the girl "Well," McNarnara admitted humorously names of two women who had been "I reasoned .. ,/, .' '

I' the child to Europe.! Gatlin wills Penelope was as complete as modern medical "It wasn't much of a honey- friendly with Mrs. Gatlin., so McNa that my : :, .. ? ..:.""..j':
'
,
all his money, and is. about to science could make it, and when the moon, I'll admit. However, we'd set mara called upon both. They could red blood I. '. ; ;::
begin a search for her when a motor corpusclestrength ;.;, : ;
last laboratory report came In three our hands to the Job nod we couldn'tturn furnish him no Information beyond the :: r
accident ends his life. Some ten years \ m ><>$.
later in San Francisco. Stephen Burt, days later he called Lanny In to discuss back, God help us." fact that Mrs. Gatlin despised the was low and .< ,:,

: rising young psychiatrist, is presented the girl. "Well,. you have this consolation, my child Penelope ; that she had never Isimplytook \ ,' !., ..'::'

r.- a by new Dan McNamara patient-Nance, chief Belden of police, a with girl "With the exception of a subnormal friend. Your job is over, and mine will been enthusiastic about the adoption ; a course' I\f; f;; /:;:

with a dual personality, for, which her chest expansion, Lanny, that girl Is commence when Lanny returns with that she had never been kind to the S.S.STonicand i # '

i "saddle nose" Is in part responsible without doubt the healthiest young the girl." girl ; that Gatlin and Penelope had built" it y

I t McNamara does not think she is a 'woman 1 have ever examined. Her sole "D'ye think you can pull her through, been Inseparable pals. They had'a back. ..a.Z: .. .
criminal and obtains Burt's testimony
'1 in. court. Lanny. the doctor's office: physical defect Is her nose. But for lad?" feeling that Mrs. Gatlin. while apparently is all so simple and reasonable.If .

nurse is also won over. Nance's criminal that I think she'd be a husky little "I'm sure 1 can, Dan. A psycho. delighting' In persecuting her husband IT your physical let-down is caused' '

,'. record outweighs Doctor Burt's athlete right now. She told me she always neurosis generally is Impossible to cure was, nevertheless, insanely Jeal by lowered red. blood corpuscles- "

''. explanation of her case and she Is sent wanted to excel in tennis, golf unless you know Its causative factors ,ous of his love for hl[% adopted daughter which is all too frequent-then S.S.S.

''r: escapes to San Quentin and. goes penitentiary.to Lanny's apartments Nance- and dancing-well, of course she'd and can remove them. If you can do ; that up to the day ,of her accident Tonic is 'waiting to help you..and

, :,' From Sne of the men in the want to excel In something. Sheouldn't that, It's as simple as removing a wart : Penelope had been a bright, healthy, will,..unIess you have a serious organic

boat on- which 'he girl escaped Mc- compete In good looks. I'll Dan, have you looked up the girl's ancestry normal child, fun-loving and affectionate trouble that demands a physician orsurgeon
.
, Namara learns that her real .name is and humorous, and the dollght other
write on her and ?
can
\ Penelope Gatlin. He also discovers that up my report you Remember, 8.S.S..Is not just a so-
she Is heiress to $750,000. Fearful of and 1 a copy of It to the man who Iso "I have not." foster father. called "tonic." It is a tonic specially

McNamara, In, his official capacity, do the operation. I've wired( him "Then do so Immediately; We mightrun designed to stimulate gastric secretions

1-., Nance flees. Lamy finds her In her that I was sending on a patient, and Into a situation that will shed a CHAPTER XI and also has the mineral elements
apartment, asleep Then she disappears, ,
and McNamara learns that she Is living he- has agreed to care for her. I see so very, very' necessary in

i :. In Paris. He also discovers he Is In by this morning's paper that Mac has Dan reported to Stephen, ,somewhat rebuilding; the oxygen-carrying red
'f love with Lar.ny. Stephen warns Penelope been of absence." corpuscles in the blood.
given a leave depressed, because he had returned, ,he
1 j-,. ', by cable to leave Paris. as heri This two-fold purpose is impor-
I : :' whereabouts are known. She flees before Lanny nodded. thought, without! a. scintilla of, worthy tant. Digestion is improved...food

Jj?,::_ :' the French police get on her .trail' "When are you and Dan to be married while Information Stephen, however, Is better utilized.. .and thus you are

ad pops back Into Lanny's home' In ?" thought otherwise. "I'll have, toques enabled to better "carry on" without

San Francisco. "Tomorrow. We're flying to Reno tlon Mrs. _Merton again' he ,decided.He exhaustion-as you should naturally.You .

y to avoid the three-day notice of Inten- rang for Miss Ordway.. "Telephoneto may have the will-power to be

s CHAPTER XContinued23 : Ion to marry demanded by the California L-1 Mrs. 'Merton," he ordered, "and tell "up and doing" but unless your bloodIs
I m top notch form are not fully
law. you
her I wish she'd drop in here some day
-
: and remark "I
"Penelope flying with 'you?" Tell her I'd like the latest yourself you may ,
soon. report -
: "
"We'll not fix it in this city, my boy. wonder why I tire so easily.
"Naturally. She's my bridesmaid !1" on her health" *
f/ Thus McNamara. Let S.S.S. help build back your
:, "Why not?" "Who's going to give the bride "What are you going to do?" McNa- blood tone...if your case is not '-.

r.. "Because when that, girl Is well she'll away?" I mara asked. exceptional, you should soon enjoy

probably elect to live her life here, "Nobody. Dan and I are too old (o "Hypnotize her again, of course. I've again the satisfaction of appetizing
to release her from the mental In- food.. sound sleep... steady nerves
t ., and I don't want a soul in this city, stand for a long-drawn-out marriage 4I got
hibition I set upon her in the case of ...a good complexion..and renew-
with the exception of ourselves. to ceremony.

', know that once she had a saddle nose i "Well, I, suppose I'm stuck for a wed- her adopted" daughter. Otherwise she'll ed S.S.S.strength.is sold by all drug stores in
talk.
;;: and a dual personality." ding present low much money have ,not two sizes. The $2 economy size Is

:: "We can trust the ethical Integrity I It I got In the bank?" N.4 A minute later Miss Ordway enteredthe I twice as large as the $1.25 regular

', of the man I purpose" "Approximately twenty thousand.I'm /4 4l room. "Mrs. Merton says she will size and is sufficient for two weeks
: be down for her Interview In half II
an treatment. Begin on the uproad
: "I'll trust nobody but myself-and : going to buy you some Argentine :

,. then not too much. Where Is the best I bonds today. There's no reason why hour Doctor. Os.s.s.Co.

r: plastic surgeon in this,country'r' those bonds shouldn't be selling at-" "When she arrives, Dan, you step m r
Into the nurse's office until I have h
out
"In New York city. "Lanny, you're mercenary. 1 don'tcare
her under control then I'll admit
"Lanny, I'll ask the police commis for a dissertation on bonds. Draw ; you.
sion for a sixty day leave of absence. yourself a check for ten thousand and I want you to take copious notes"

We'll be married at once and take this spend It all In riotous living. Give old Mrs. Merton fluttered Into Stephen's

child New York with her In consultation room forty minutes later.
to us, put Dan a real blow out-
'--=::"- a hospital there and have the job done. "Stevie you're mad !I" "Oh, Doctor Burt," she whined, "I'mso Makes you _

"' ,; While It's being done we'll have our "Quiet please. Love from the boss, glad you've sent for me. My in- feel like
'" l somnia Is worse than ever," she walled.
honeymoon Lanny, and no back ralk from you. And
yourselfagain
"Three is a crowd-on a honeymoon for heaven's sake do get a half-way Intelligent "Oh, Doctordo you think I'm going

," Stephen warned. nurse to take your place while crazy 7""Not

"It's nothing of the sort," Lanny de you're away." She Nodded, "So Depressed 'That at at all, not at all," he soothed

fended. "Stevie, you mind your own "I've engaged Miss Ordway." Times I Want to Die." l-er. Or Wor.e

business. Dan and I know our way "Horrible. Her face would stop a "You are excited over nothing. But ,
bright, effulgent beam of light on my In highly condition To forget Is Just about as bad as
you are a nervous ,
about. parade. She's efficient, but terrible to to make a mistake.
:,-, "Indeed? Well Just because you'reso look at." Job. of course, and until you have settled
"The attorney that handled GaUln'saffairs down it would be useless for to
contumacious, I'm going to tell you The tears were welling In Lanny's me
to start
< ought to be a good man
examine If could
something. If I hadn't promoted this eyes. "Oh, Stevie I want you to be JOSP attempt to you. you
with Stephen. I'll motor to San
have little for half houron
an
and Dan would not safe-while I'm choked. a nap say
she
engagement
you away, The bank
him
tomorrow and look
up. the couch In the next room I'm
;:. now be engaged. Dan had you up on a "No hoity-lolty-young thing-with will know who he is." ,
would awaken much
pedestal'-which Is where you never her sweet smile-and winning ways- The bank president aid know the sure freshed.you" re- t.: w

belonged-and you're so naturally man and you such a-softy-oh, Stevie, the
of the but added
name attorney "Oh If 1 could only sleep half an
shy you never even learned the ,rudiments Stevie, I can't bear to leave you. If I that the ,
information
disconcerting man hour, Doctor, If 1 only could. What a
of the come-on as practiced by do, something dreadful will happen to
had been dead six years. McNamara relief it would be."
the dullest, so I talkedthe matter up I" you." And Lanny laid her head on widow to
called the
thereupon man's "Nonsense dear lady. We doctors
< "You didn't talk It her desk and sobbed my
up to me. quite heartily. late bus
ask It she still retained her have of Inducing sleep
ways even
"No, but I listened sympathetically However, Stephen knew what was band's files. Be had a faint hope that In the most obstinate cases of Insomnia

e when you raved about what a grand good for Lanny. "You make me ill," If she would permit him to look Into ,"

{ man Dan McNamara was, and my neck be said coldly. "You carry on like a the Gatlin file he might find a clue. At his command she lay down on the
;- Is still stiff from nodding agreement girl of sixteen."
He was informed to' his amazement
and cushion
couch Stephen place a
under
,'" I told Dan you were crazy about him Instantly Lanny was furious. "You
that about two and a half before.
years head. Employing the
,-, and worked up his courage-" don't appreciate me," she charged. her appropriate
Mrs. Merton had called her.
,.' "You're a liar," McNamara charged, "Be still.: Where's the check book asked for the file and upon had been sleep, Stephen method had of her Inducing drowsy hypnotic within II CLASSIFIED ADS]II

feebly and without malice. On an occasion such as the present I given itThere
three minutes; in ten minutes she had
-- "Dan McNamara Is whodoesn't
one man I
should
suppose sign the check my
but club In the city-
# was one Into a profound state and
J'i:; passed
with his
have have
to help self.
the Elks-and McNamara wondered If summoned McNamara why Pay the Doctor! :XEMA-RKM all
courage or thinking," Lanny declared "It wouldn't do any good It you did' that. Stephen gave skin diseases. Doctors prescribe It. Price
Theodore Gatlin had belonged to him a pad and pencil and silently indl 60c: $1. KLKH DRUGS 39th & McGee
pridefully. "And you do Stephen Burt darling. You've never registered your He discovered Gatlin had, and from cated a chair. Kansas City. Missouri.
You're adept at lording It over your signature at your bank and you haveno
the dining room...steward, who remembered Mrs. Merton.. however, was aware of
befuddled patients, but Rebecca P, authority to sign checks on
your Theodore Gatlin very well, he as his "Who's there?" she de- FIXGERW.\"I G
Lanning Is a horse of another color." own bank account. How funny !" and presence. Learn at home. Wo teach you how Complete -
of
certalned the names and addresses manded In"a drowsy tone. I course for limited time $1.00. Send
"I think I'll go borne" Stephen retorted Lanny commenced to laugh. "How three men with whom Gatlin had lOc for Information. THOMPSON. Box 168.
"Doctor McNamara, Mrs. Merton. 1
and went. lucky I thought of that before leaving Jamestown, N. Y.
according to the steward. seemed very
nave called him In to confer with me I
He was back in the morning with the !"
friendly. I
impedimenta of his profession. Penelope Thereupon Stephen put both arms dead on your case.
Of these three men one was TO BE CONTINUED. /
greeted him gravely. "Good mornIng around her and kissed her three times

Doctor Burt and told her she was as the shadowof
He started. The strident note of a rock in a weary land ; that she Scientists Make Discoveries on How Eases throbbing pain; allays Inflammation ten--

I Nance Belden was gone from her voice. was very dear to him ; that whatevershe Animals Reason Out Their Own PuzzlesDo sion; quickly;reduces heals.swelling Easily; lessens applied.

She spoke now In. the low, level tone did was O. (t. with him and he'd Inexpensive.Results guaranteed. Also

of the girl of breeding. Then she sat miss having his dally light, with her ; use for festers, risings, cuts, burns
animals reason or are all their which there, were two sticks, one mall and bites. At your druggist, or write
down, and they conversed for half an and finally so softened her that she actions merely automatic and In-line and the other larger and hollow. Outside Spnrlock-Neal Co., Nashville Tenn.
hour on topics of general Interest, but consented to let him fly to Reno and
live? Scientists who have carried out the cage a tempting morsel wa
during that time she did not the bride It that
move once give away. developed
experiments to investigate this problem placed. The chimpanzee tried to reach 17 35MW
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from her seat. Her vocabulary was she had always wanted him to do this with
have made some Interesting discover it. first with his arm and then
free of underworld expressions her dic but loathed putting him to so much
les, Tit-Bits Magazine.One each of the sticks in turn, but failed
lion perfect, her sentences grammatical. trouble. says
test was made with Dee and After a while he fitted the smaller stick
I. At the expiration of his leave Me-
Dum of those little into the larger one and so was able to
a pair racoons
"You nave had a good night's rest Namara returned to duty, but Lanny
reach his objective.
something betweena
I cr Miss Gatlin," he ventured. remained with Penelope In New York. animals which are : bclccjpt: Clear anCiiticura
i' vl =ii) She nodded, smiling a little. "1 am Performed by a master, the operationhad cat and a squirrel. Food: was plnc'edIn )
! enclosed by an Vale of Paradise I
a box which was I
not at all nervous this morning Doctor proved successful thus far. The
of 24 Interlocking Valparaiso! Spanish for Vale of Paradise
i Hurt. When 1 am very .tired, or ex- actual work of the operation had een elaborate system 1
cited about something, I am always the least of It ; the subsequent care of latches on the top and sides. Dee examined (Is the chief seaport of Chile,
the box closely and then openen dating back to 1535. Immediately be-
horribly nervous. the bone and skin graft and the sur '
Dum hinds the shore the hills begin to rise, :
"And you get dreadfully depressed geon's artistry in reshaping the nost ,all the latches (in a few seconds.
'showed similar Intelligence by a seriesof reaching a helghl I of 1,000 feet. The
do you not? were what required time and patience. Soap and Ointment
:She: nodded. "So depressed that at Lanny reported that the patient would elaborate maneuvers to get at some city, containing a quarter of 'a million .
and '
times I want to die""Well not be discharged for at least three pieces of meat which were suspended people, Is built 01 the hillsides. On Containing emollient healing,

we might as well start your months more. on strings out of his reach. clear days Mount Aconcagua, the high properties, they soothe and comfort

physical examination. I'm going to "Uow did Penelope approach the Another scientist made a number o! est point on the hemisphere, can be tender,easily irritated skins and helpto

try to ascertain why you can't be operation?" Stephen queried of Mc- experiments with chimpanzees. One of seen towering above its AndeaD keep them free from irritations.

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is unprotected. enjoy a radio program. The whys r new attaches..-It was an old storyto address is 530 Diversey Boulevard,
The Clewiston News I
Experiments which the United and wherefores of it all is containedin the others and besides the Rose Chicago, Illinois; and to Robert J.,

States Sugar Corporation has been a letter from Colonel Dunn, who Show at Thomasville Georgia was in Olsen, whoso residence is unknownif
Published every Friday In Clewiston, I full bloom at the same time.-President living, and if dead, against all
advised that Judge Joseph Jefferson
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, conducting recently give much practical Hodges still has his assemblywell
Mansfield was scheduled to addressthe persons unknown to the Plaintiff,
Inc. light on this subject. The com- in hand although the House
Rivers and Harbors Congress at and whose names and places of residence .
still finds that the tractor and
pany under Blshhop seems to be slippinga
Keathley Bowden, Editor disc is the best method for fires that 10:30 Thursday morning. Col. Dunn little Into discord-there is plentyof also are unknown, having or t
suggested that radios be installed claiming: any interest in the property
are discovered soon after they are brain In the minority
power ,
wherever convenient offices field
at ,
Entered as second class mail matter ignited, but has just discovered a offices and that all group of the House--legislators are below described by, through or

February 1, 1927, at the Post method of dynamiting that is ex- floating plants department already beginning to compare this under the said Robert J. Olsen, and
men connected with the engineer -
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under tremely helpful with stubborn. fires tune in for the speech body with the members of the 1931 If the said Robert J. Olsen be married -

the Act of March 3, 1897. over ,a restricted area. which was broadcast over NBC. session-when Judge Horne of Mad- then to -Olsen, his wife,
Using a powder specially preparedfor ison battled with Tom Watson of whose given name and residence
Judge Mansfield is thoroughly con- are
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. use In coal mines, ,small chargesare versant with the work of the Engi- Hillsborough-fisticuffs which unknown, and in the :event such-

Advertising rates en application. set off by a special crew famil- neer Department and has been a spilled blood on the rugs of the -Olsen, wife of Robert J. Olsen,
iar with explosives. The explosion House and came as a climax to many be dead, then to all persons unknown -
and active member of the
Devoted to the advancement and brings up the moist ground, smothers prominent weeks of filibustering over the reallocation to the Plaintiff whose names
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry the fire and the burning part- River and Harbors Congress for I I of the gas taxmembersare and places of residence are also unknown -

County. icles are diffused in the explosion.The many years, despite an infirm con- still of even mentioning a having or claiming an interest -
wary
dition of which recent ",,.years has in the property below describedby
that ordin-
experiments proved I.
division
new of the taxHenryClay
made it that he attend gas through under said
necessary ses- or '---'-
ary dynamite could not be used suc- Crawford and grandson of
,
son
Haven Herald thinks sions in a wheel chair. I I Olsen either as heirs, devisees,
The Winter cessfully because it would start new the two most famous secretaries of I grantees or otherwise:
perhaps Amelia Earhart and Professor fires in the muck, just as the coal
state is working In the sergeant at You and each of you are hereby
Another shock in the
Einstein comb their hair with dust In the mines is easily ignited. Enginjeer arms office in the senate-the ser- commanded to be and appear at the
office this week was a new machine.It .
the same eggbeater.The The corporation makes no claimas geant's office turned out some good Court House in LaBelle, Hendry
labelled Peas Peerless Printer
to the value of its experiments, was men last session-Dan Kelly, house County, Florida, in the office of the
but Is continuing this in (reminds you of pink pills for Clerk of said Court on Monday, the
as many
citizens of Jackson county, member from Nassau county; Hill
pale people, doesn't it?), but it 3rd. day of June, 1935, then and
other of to solve ;
referring to the rest of the state: ways, trying suc- from Lafayette; Starry the chief
looked more like the addition of a there to file your written appear-
actually poll cessfully and as economically as pos- clerk in the House and Bill :
fish. Bryant
'Poor They pay ,
barber chair would convert It intoa ance, (personally or by attorney)
of sible, the problems that arise in the U. S. Marshall of the Jacksonville
tax for the privilege voting substitute for the electric chairat deputy and thereafter to file with said Clerk

----.- development of agriculture in the Raiford. It had plenty of electric area-there seems to be your written defenses if any, to the
Everglades. little the Bill of in said suit the
very drinking among mem- Complaint at
The thermometer indicates the riggins, a half dozen or more switches -
Surely if the U. S. Sugar corpor- bers of the senate this session- time prescribed by law, .which said
good old) summer-time. Another and goodness knows what else.
ation could make this much pro- both houses are actually working at Bill of Complaint was filed
is the statementthat It Is blue print machine,
popular reminder really a
gress with Its Individual experi- top speed and If the results are not herein by W ell s- R o y a l
its first Installed. the time this
By
has shipped recently
Lee County
ments, the state with proper finan- what was expected, it is not the faultof Lumber Company for the pur-
levee is completed, the En-
carload of watermelons. project
cial could work of
appropriation
the legislators as committee pose establishing and foreclosinga
through the Experiment Station at gineer property in this section will meetings are held from early morn- lien for materials furnished in the
consist of amazing amount of
Commencement invitations and Belle Glade to develop some new an ing until late at night and many construction of certain buildings on
the methods of combatting muck fires'things. the following described lands In
cards have been received by nights one may prowl through the
Seniors and soon friends of the grad- that would be practical as well as corridors at one and two in the Hendry County, Florida, 'to-wit' : 4.
Lots 13 and 17 of Block: 385,
uates here will be welcoming the lit economical. morning and hear the click of type- in the City or Townsite of

tle folders which announce the closeof With TheLegislators writers and the low hum of argument Clewiston, Florida, as per recorded -

high school careers for another OPENING. FOR YOUTH from many committee rooms maps and plats thereof.

fine group of students. .-the three judiciary committees in It is further ordered that this Notice -

Editor News: the senate are holding back much J be published in the Clewiston

You would, I am certain, render useless legislation-not News, a newspaper of general circulation -
Slam on the bankers from an exchange so many
I published! at Clewiston
,
another good service by making .
bills will be passed this session but
: "At a recent entertainmentone Florida
once a week for four consecutive -
known that the commandant, United Vernon Lamme better laws will result-it is hopedwe I
of the numbers on the 'programwas By weeks prior to June 3, 1935.
States coast guard, treasury depart-
'No, No, A Thousand Times No,' Staff Correspondent will adjourn until Friday of DONE AND ORDERED at La-
ment at Washington will furnish information
-
and when the orchestra started play- next week. Belle! Hendry County, Florida, this
ing It all the bankers thought it was to any graduate of an accredited the 6th day of April, A. D., 1936.'

the national anthem and stood up." high school, not less than Tallahassee, April 2.-The fifth ST. MARGARET MARY'S CHURCH (OFFICIAL SEAL AFFIXED)
17 or more than 22 years of age and I W. T. HULL,
week of is CATHOLIC
In good health who may be inter- legislation passing and As Clerk of the Circuit
The still little has been done that real- Court, Hendry County '
government can get plentyof ested in taking strictly) competitive ,

advice and plenty of requests: the examination, next June, for appoint- ly matter-the appropriation bill Father F. J. Finnegan, Pastor Florida.A .
Pahokee News wonders has not shown up in either house Confessions before Mass. true copy.ATTEST .
why no ment as cadet to the Coast Guard
drainage culvert provided in the and this is the weapon used by those Mass : ; _
was academy New London, Conn. on Sunday Morning at 8:30.
levee between Canal Point and Ba- who attempt to force an extra ses- W. T. HULL, ;.:'.I .
It understood that a large num- Mass at St. Mary's Church, Pa
As Clerk of Said Court. ,-] ,
com, Point. Fort Myers people want ber of cadets will be appointed from sion-of course a resolution adopted hokee at 10:30 every Sunday. J. M. COUSE. Clewiston, Florida. \'
the barge canal made into a ship stating that the senate and house
among those found qualified as the Solicitor for Plaintiff.No. .
canal. And as for the cross-state result of this examination and that would operate on the old appropriation The first effort to raise pure-bred 57-May 3-10-17-24-31, 1935 '

, canal farther up the country, there's graduates of the academy will be of- until another was passed would cattle in LaFayette county was made .

w. no limit to the requests there. fered a wonderful opportunity to solve the matter-and we hear that recently by Senator F. P. Parker I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

,r serve their country. ,the resolution is already being con when he brought in a foundation TAX DEED

FIGHTING MUCK FIRES DUNCAN U. FLETCHERRAMBLINGS. sidered-the attaches are hoping for herd of Polled Herefords. .Winter I

an extra session or two.-it means Haven Chief. Notice is hereby given, that Foster

Governor Sholtz' suggestion, more dresses-and more entertainment Meredith, holder of Tax CertificateNo.

. . . . . I -one chewing steno 1400, 5 day of Sept. A. D. 1932
made this week, that blimp be .., ... gum ex-
a pur- 1.N.N.N.N.N.N.M.N.NON.N.N.N.N. .N.M. .N.M.N.N.N.N.M7
chased or leased by the state of ,claimed excitedly the other day- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE has filed said certificate in my office -
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF and made application for tax
Florida, for use in fighting Ever- "for goodness sake, how long has -
FLORIDA deed to issue thereon in accordance
IN AND FOR HENDRY
this sort of been onandI
thing goin'
glades muck fires Is
a striking example -
,COUNTY. with law. Said certificate em- ,
never heard of it beforethereare "
of "What's with the
wrong IN CHANCERY. braces the following described prop-

Everglades." .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:c no real "hot spots" in the Tal- -- erty situated in Hendry County,
With the best intentions in the lahassee area-the Cotton Club WELLS-ROYAL LUMBER ) Florida, to-wit:

world, Florida's chief executive has First thing this week' we want to looks like an old country school COMPANY, ) Lot 12, Block 405 Clewiston.

made a suggestion that would be ex- call to your attention Billy Cowart, house on the outside and inside is Plaintiff, ) The assessment of said property

travagent as well as highly imprac- student of the 12th grade of the local a fair dance floor and a few tables VS. ) under the said certificate issued
,
tical in execution. i high school. Young Bill seemsto where :you can serve your own .LAURA N. HOLDSWORTH, ) was in the name of John W. Meyers.

The mucklands of the Everglades figure very prominently in the drinks and they will furnish ice at ET AL., ) Unless isaid certificate shall be

are unique in the nation. They are schol ,activities, and is an allroundsort 50c a throw-an adenoidal tenor Defendants. ) redeemed according to law, tax

valuable almost beyond comparisonwith of lad. He is valedictorian of his will yodle a few bars for you and a'' ) deed will issue thereon on the 4th
) LIEN FORECLOSURE day''' of June, A. D. 1935. .
other ,class, having maintained the highest strolling troubedor with trusty man- .
soils, and they are as difficult '
) Dated this 3rd day of May, A. D.
to 'understand as they are val-;!scholastic, standing for 7 semesters dolin will bend over your table and ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIN 1935.

uable. j of high school work. recite exciting experiences. the SEA'LV'ILLIAM
( : T. HULL,
No amount of theory without\! He was elected king of the May; Isle of Capri-the only excitementI THE NAME OF THE STATE OF !I Clerk Circuit Court., Hendry

practice will result in suggestions' and after serving in that capacity could find was watching the mar- FLORIDA, GREETINGS: County, Florida.

. of value .to the Everglades. Sailing I Wednesday afternoon, he doffed the celed bouncer attempt to throw out To Leonard O. Holdsworth, whose j No. 58. May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.

a blimp twice daily over the terri nifty white linen suit in which he the customers when they needed

tory to spot fires might seem fine in ,was attired for the ceremony, step- more table room-Coco Bolo, another -

anticipation, but it would be a sorry ped into a more athletic outfit and so called night club, built by FredO. i II NNNNNN:NN HNNNNNNNN, :":N: NNN: :NNN NNN: : :":H.:NNNN":NNMN II

spectacle In realization. walked away, literally, with the field Eberhardt four years ago to en- '

Muck burns like peat. In dry weather events in his class. Bill won 21 1-2 snare legislators and their camp followers : I Y

it cracks open with fissures points in the competition, and Mer- Is still going strong-games I '.:'.1 I. I: .t'.t.

that extend the depth of the muck rell Lowe; who placed second in the of chance are played it is unde'rstoodand v

soil, which varies from a few inches :Senior group, won 9 points. Bill won the customers have about the

to twelve or more feet. When I first In the broad jump, the 100 same chance of winning as did the f CLEWISTON 60LF
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dry the muck may be ignited by a I I yard dash, the high jump, the pole "anti-chain bill" in the SenateSenator -

carelessly thrown match. The fire vault, tied for second in basketball Gomez introduced a bill last

may smolder for days or weeks before goal shooting and was a member of I week which would give the ladies a I .'. 't'I

there is sufficient smoke to attract the winning potato race and relay place on the juries of the state.I -. COURSE Y

attention a short distance I race teams. In fact, instead of May don't suppose it will do 'em much .:. : : 't.it Y.

away. Muck may burn along one of Day, it might have appropriatelybeen good but they will know that the y
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the fissures, long after it is seemingly called Bill Cowart Day. senators are still thinkln' of them- :

extinguished on the surface. Bill was awarded his basketball Ed Howe of the old Atchison Globe '

There have been stubborn muck letter last week, having been a member once said when woman suffrage was + 1IIs-....... ..

fires that would rekindle followinga of the school's quintet this sea- first being attempted-"let 'em I.t.. .:. ,- '''' ;' ;' I .t'Y

rain heavy'enough to stop traffic son. He doubtless has had other vote-we don't need to count 'em"a -' 't.

and drown small chickens. honors bestowed upon him during bill also by Gomez was introduced v y y

The common method of extingu- this year, but we haven'Jt tried to calling for establishing of 'a X I -

ishing, muck fires is by tractor and dig into the past and be accurate State Archeological Survey-this

disc. If the fire .is entirely on the about the thing we've just mentioned would stop museums from the north

surface, the simple tractoring and those that come to mind quickly from coming Into the state and II Open to the Public ]

discing will turn enough moist soil because of their recent date. He is carting off relics of value-from an z Z/

to the top to stop the fire. certainly a lad of whom to be proud. archeological stand point Florida is

. When dry weeds and grass are the richest of the states in ancient .t.
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burned in the Everglades, a shal- The Engineering picture changes; Indian lore-the speeches in the

:...- low protecting ditch is dug around as construction is completed in.this Senate while debating upon the referendum +.. \ .t.

the area burned, and immediatelyafter immediate vicinity two companies, clause amendment to the

the vegetation is burned off the McWilliams and the Arundel Recovery Act, were the best heardin 'i. -... 1Ib.. ..-.....-. ..
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the tractor turns under the soil to have moved farther round the lake. the august chamber in the past .t.:: ".', r ;

prevent any lingering sparks from Several government inspectors have twenty-five years-Tillman, with all ..:. ,i :.:.: __

setting the muck itself on fire. been transferred to that location. the fire of his old father "Pitch- .t. .t.

The problem of ,control has arisen There are rumors and rumors of fork Ben" was at his best-while :!: "'. Moderate Green Fees I is

with the fact that there are large: cross-state canal transfers, but they Gomez Beale, Holland and Gillis .i. '.> ..

portions of the muck lands unpro- remain rumors as yet. tore his arguments to small bits- :;: Exceptional Fairways *_

tected by even these comparatively Senator Holland is usually reluc-

simple methods. When this land be- The Engineer office force partic- tant when it comes to battling with i':i= Interesting Greens :=i:

comes Ignited, nothing is done aboutit ularly wanted their radio party in such parliamentarians as Mac Wil- y ..

because no one pares to spend his the paper. Well, here it Is,' and it liams and Futch but it seems that Y,.. ..t.II. .

own money putting out somebody deserves comment when a radio Is Holland knows a little about the :. ,:,
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of ages of this land and much of it work ceases to penult the force to (or'o reception Wl\! thrljllub' to tlie 4r rtt't I' Wt''iV"h .S''JMMi"MM; .HtwHMM. .






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I ...................................NNMNNNMM.. .. .. .'. .. .. .. ...1......N........................:..., Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling, accompanied G. Langford will be interested to I L. B. MershonAGENT .... .
1 S by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. learn of the birth of a daughter on :11. :NNNN:N: : :":":":NN"i IN:HN:.:N:N.:NN:

f =:i.: Personal Mention :;: Whitaker of LaBelle, spent the April 6th. The baby has been nam- :i: New and Used :i:
: week-end in Fort Myers visitingMr. ed Sue Ann. Professor Langfordwas *

9 C"J":"I"J"J"JMJ"J"J"J.:"J"J"JMJ"J"J"J**:*<:Mi*<:*VVV and Mrs. J. L. O'Steen. principal of the Clewiston New York Life i I
School for two terms, leaving this FURNITURE _:
Lt. Richardson Selee was a visitor
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Mr. year to become principal of the Lake i
Shelley :::
t':,jji Fort Myers; Monday. i Insurance Company ::
Butler school.
O and Mrs. Russell Whidden, Mr. and +
v. made business trip Mrs. B. E. Nail, Jr., and Mr. and 1 ARCADIA, FLORIDA I
E. B. Butler a :: BELLE GLADE :i=
to Tampa Thursday. Mrs. R. M. Sathre were visitors in DAUGHTER BORN
Moore Haven on Sunday evening.Mrs. ::
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FURNITURE COMPANY' |!
Campbell Nall made a business Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Montgomeryof '
1 J. M. COUSE y
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O. H. Roberts has returned
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trip to Everglades Monday.Mrs. from Belle Glade where she s'pent Clewiston announce the birth of :: Belle Glade, Florida :|f

I two in who arrived at the Counselor and Attorney at Law ..
days a hospital receiving a baby daughter
J. K. Mowry made a business .;: Next Door To Theatre .>
trip to,West Palm Beach Thursday. treatment for an infection resulting Arcadia hospital last Friday, April Hopkins Building b

from an insect bite. 26, 1935. She has been named Minnie Wednesdays and Saturdays ... .. .......... ..
: :N: :N:N:N:H:N:N:H:N:H:N H N:N:N:N : : : : :H: $
O. A. Jones spent the week-end Cloe. 9:30 to 4:00
in West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Zerney Meredith and I
daughter, Patricia Ann, Mr. and

S. A. Nail of Pahokee visited relatives Mrs. Foster Meredith and Miss Eu- -
here Tuesday. nice Meredith visited in Miami Sun- CATER'S 711 No. Dixie

day.
J. made business trip -- West Palm Beach Fla:
E. E. Kelly a Mrs. M. E. VonMach and daughter ,

to Miami yesterday.H. Margaret, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw,
Mrs. G. H. Small and Mrs.\ C. .E. 1\Iin-
McArthur visitor in
G. was a
er were visitors in West Palm Beach
Pahokee Sunday.Mr. Saturday. They were accompaniedby .

Mrs.. G. A. Yon of South
Bay.
M. W.
and Mrs. Bigg were

visitors in Miami on Monday. REMOVAL .SALE.r
J. P. LaCroix of Washington andJ. .
B. Bachman, of Jacksonville .
; G. C. Chandler of West Palm
I I', both .
Beach was transacting business in connected with U. S. Engineer

Clewiston Wednesday.Mrs. offices were visitors here Monday, .
en route to their homes. from a stayin

H. R. Hall and Mrs. F. R. Miami.

Maxwell, were guests of Mrs. Harvey
Mr. and Mrs. T. Burt ,
A. and John
in Moore Haven
Ethertpn Monday.
Burt left For the first time in 10
Monday for their home in

Mrs. Eleanor Redelsheimer of Urbana, Illinois, 'after spending two Free Storage!! years Cater's changes Free DeliveryTo -

I : .Jlichland, Georgia is visiting Mr. weeks here with their daughter and
: IrQd 1\Irs. W. H. Redelsheimer. family.sister Mrs. F. M. Wright and her Until You Are their location. A new ;

permanent store has been
Mrs.: J. O'Day and Mrs. Willard
Sallas of Belle Glade visited friendsin Mrs. M. H. Crouch returned Wed- Ready purchased down town. The Glades

Clewiston :Monday.Mrs. nesday from a visit with relativesand
friends in Foley, Alabama. Mr.

Carl E. Bekemeyer of La- Crouch chartered a plane and flew
Belle was a business visitor in Clew- up to spend the week-end with his :
Must
iston yesterday.--- the wife plane and, Wednesday.they returned together in [I All Stoel Be Sold I .

Gerald Bee and M. M. Brunk of
Sebring were in Clewiston on busi- Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson! and

ness for, a few days this week. sons, Richard and Bobby, Miss Vil-
ma Rhodes, Miss, Eva Mae Green, Nothing Reserved
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson were Miss Mae Drew, Jimmy Harringtonand w. -

visitors. in West Palm Beach Tues- Joe Johnson were among the
'
day. Clewiston shoppers in West Palm
Beach Saturday. EVERYTHING AT BIG REDU CTIONS EXCEPT A FEW
Lt. _and Mrs. William H. Mills .
and daughter Rose Ann, spent the Among the out-of-town guests attending I NATIONALLY ADV ERTISED ITEMS I'
week-end in Tampa and Miami.
the May Day festival on the

school grounds Wednesday after- .
Friends of C. F. Goodman are delighted -
noon were Eric Boe and Miss Miriam
to see him on the streets .
Adkins, king and queen of the Moore
again after a ten days' illness. Haven High School May Day festival Window Card 19-Pc Water
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and the following high school
j Mrs. H. O. Peters and LaDeen
pupils from Moore Haven: Rosalie "
Peters. have returned from a visit Thielen, Patricia Smith, Dorothea Tables----------79c Set 89c
)'I i with relatives in Leesburg. Yoder, Clara ,Adkins, Joy Willing- Shades ______n 39c _____._________.

ham Marjorie Daughtrey, Doris
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., were Roberts and Richard Yoder.
, visitors in Fort Myers. Monday af- i. '
; !rnoon
fj, Richard Bestor, son of Mr. and
[f',1 ,. Tom Shelley was a business visitor Mrs. H. A. Bestor, and a freshman at Smoking Felt Base sq. yd.. Bridge LampStands
the
r in West Palm Beach Wednes- University of Florida was hon-
) ored this week by being chosen as :4'

: day. ---:-.._ one of eight freshmen pledged to Stands _____ __ 79c Linoleum __n 39c .__-____ 79c :
i V Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Bush and Alpha Kappa Psi, national- honor-
I daughter, have moved into one of ary fraternity. Richard made a .-., .- ,
the Schult splendid record while a student at f
apartments. .
i the Clewiston High school from :

I I,r this Fred week Puryear in Sarasota spent.' with several his days sister : which'34, and he friends graduated here in are the delighted class of -

. Mrs. Adelaide House. with ability.this Richard latest was recognition initiated of Mon-his I W e Add No Carrying Charges I i

: Miss Eva Mae Green spent the day night into Kappa Sigma, social ,

week-end in Belle Glade visiting Mr.. fraternity to which he was pledged
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: and Mrs. Roy Green. early in the school year. PI --

ms. nEDELSHEI1IEREXTEHTAINS Bed Room Sllites Special Terms LIVING, ROOM
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Vaughn of In- a SuitesDining
diantown visited FOR VISITOR a
friends
here, Saturday -

Mrs. W. H.-Redelsheimer- enter- $39.50 to '$59.50 ArrangedFor j .

$22.50 to $89.00
tained with an informal afternoontea -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trainor and Glades Folks .
,
'. Monday honoring her guest Mrs. '
daughter, Barbara Ann, \ -
were guests
Eleanor Redelsheimer, of Richland, I OCCASIONAL
of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot in Georgia We Suggest-:
Belle Glade Sunday. Suites .
Attending the party were Mrs. Chairs <
,: ', Fred Hill Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. ':
; l\T. J. Hirsch of Orlando arrived R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. H., A. Bestor 12 Equal 'MonthyPayments ] or Breakfast Suites '

Wednesday for a visit with his son- Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. C. L. ,>f $3.95 to $9.50 ,
,'I in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Downs Mrs. W. C. Prewitt Mrs. J. or $9095 to $89800 tw .
I ..
J. G. Niblack. W. Ezelle, Mrs. C. R. Byrd, Mrs. F. ,
'-", M. Wri !1it, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, 1-3 Cash .mss -
Paul Irons left yesterday for Port I Mrs. Elbert Stewart and Miss Mae $50 Vanities or
Mayacca, where he has, been transferred -I Drew. 1-3 December R UgS -- All

as inspector on the McWil- __----.___ :
'I' liams section of levee construction.Mr. MRS. BURT HONORED GUEST Dressers 24.50 1-3 April Reduced

AT BRIDGE BY .MRS. OWEN
and Mrs. M. P. Peterson Mr. i

and Mrs. J. W. Bruce and child- Mrs. W. C. Owen entertainedwith $30 Beds $13,50 Or Any Other Rea- Refrigerators Radios .. .

ren were visitors in West Palm a bridge party Saturday after- sonable Plan '"
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Beach Saturday.Mrs. -
noon honoring Mrs. T. A. Burt of r

Urbana Illinois who was the, guestof -
R. Y. Patterson was in La- 4
her daughter, Mrs. Francis M.
., Belle Monday, attending a meeting Wright. PALM
IN
OF FURNITURE
SELECTION
THE LARGEST
of the Hendry county Health Council -
prize
High score was won by Mrs;
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H. A. Bestor, second by Mrs. F.
Deane Duff, low by Mrs. E.. L. Stew BEACH COUNTY-B RING THE FAMILY
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Etherton
have
art. Mrs. Burt was presented with ,
moved into the house'
facing! the Cel-
a lovely guest prize. ...... _
otex section in which Mr. and :;no
Mrs. Guests included Mrs. O.
F. Schiffli -
-i-9.[,;.'", P. Peterson formerly lived. Mrs. Fred Hill Mrs. F. D. Duff,I COME OPEN AN AC-
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II'. and Mrs. H. A. Land, and son. Mrs. Herman Scharnberg, Mrs. CAt .
Gene, and Mrs. H. C. Avant were Francis M. Wright Mrs. T. A. Burt, EARLY FORCHOICE COUNT, WE
business visitors in West Palm Mrs. E. L. Stewart Mrs. C. L.
Beach yesterday.Mr. I'Downs, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mis. C. WANT YOURBUSINESS
R. Byrd, Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs..

and Mrs. K. Bodwen and son, R. Selee and Mrs. M. W. Bigg. 711 No. Dixie -
3SELECTIONS
Kay, returned Monday from a few SUE ANN LANGFORD -' ,

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I Two commercial travelers were Y V y Y
swapping tall wireless stories In the 1'v
L:1t I- presence of an old countryman whom 00 r,
they were trying to impress.
\ _' "You got a radio set?" asked one of
tiie tra\elers. 1 y v
HECK vv
'\ ; "Yes, sorr," said the countryman."I .
got a very good one." I
"Does It have good selectivity?" yr

asked the traveler, with a knowing vr
wink at his companion. .., ....
"Well, yes," said the 'old fellow "it v Yv
has. The other night L was listeningto V I
a quartette, and I didn't like the ten- v V I
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',' li a "sweeping success," isn't
wNtsrn h.wspspsr Ucloa It, this vv ell tailored house frock
Harry-Do you think opals are unlucky with Its slenderizing lines and nicely
t':
? detailed bodice? The skirt Is frontedby
t; THE FEATHERHEADS By O ': UMI Punctured Punctuality Edith-I have heard so. But If you a' long slimming seam which
W rt r n St p
have one for me, I'll take It. breaks Into a perky little kick pleat
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: t FIVE MORE MINUTE S WELL' !IF SHE ISN'T HERE BY just elowthe knee; the bodice is
Hit TurnA
t.: gathered onto the yoke to provide
: I'LL CTIV&( HER// HALF-PAST I'LL- WELL-'t tfUESSI'LL case of assault was before the ample fullness And don't you like

WAIT TILL SHE DOESARRWE. court. The plaintiff was In the box that 'vestee-like effect of the front

; giving evidence. joke which does so much to break
"Tell] the court just what happened," the width of the figure above the

'It ," : c_ : t said the magistrate. waistline? Buttons emphasize the
.::', I The man gave his version of the as- trim belt, the pointed sleeve. cuffs
sault, and wound up ,by saying: "And and the nice diagonal closing. Makeit
: then he hit me the third time." : of any pretty cotton material: ,
?. .. I "Just a moment," said the magistrate figured or plain, and you'll have a
: :'" I "Don't you mean he hit you the house frock to be proud of!
"r5: t 1 second time?" I Pattern ::208D is available in sizes

.: I. "Oh, no." said the plaintiff ", 1 hit 30, IS, :20. 34. ?6, 3S, 40 4, 44 and
f<.-'" that one."=Tit-Bits 1lagazine.Assembly ,46. Size CO takes 3% :yards 36 Inch -

U, .., '. I fabric. Illustrated step-by-step sew- ___
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Preference Ing Instructions Included.
'::, "You say your papa enjoys being in Send FIFTEEN CENTS (l."c: ) In
',..' I the legislature?" quizzed the visitor. I coins or stamps (coins preferred)

..... "011, yes, Indeed" answered the for this pattern. Write plainly
I solon's child. I name, address and style number.. BE
"What part of the legislature does I SURE TO STATE SIZE.
OH// .HERE COUv / GLAD You THIMK !i he like best?' continued the Inquisitor. Address orders to Sewing Circle
po YOU Yo u EVIDEfJ"LY Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth
ARE WHAT'S TriE Hv/ERE POiMGi "The recess, sir, she said.Indian.rpolis
THAT i HAVE; Street, New York _City
IDEA ? i THOUGHT ) SOMETHIKICT- TIME to D\D\ HAVE. News.
Tt4E
WHILE YOU tME. /
Teacher's
THE Way"I
HERE:
wAIT ,
WERE WAITINGAFFLICTIONS \ EASY ONEA
] OVER AN Isbegan the new scholar, but
FOR the teacher Interrupted with : "Tut,
i: : HOUR --- man complained to the local
G tut, tut Alice I That's .vrong. You
should always say 'I am.". postmaster because of the failure to

i "All right replied little Alice, witha deliver a letter improperly] addressed.
: o. smile. "I am the ninth letter of the "Now, suppose. he continued, "I addressed -
alphabet. a letter to the 'Biggest Duni-
bell In Christendom.' what would

AcaIL \ Personality Advertising you do toward delivering it?"
"Have you thought of talking on the "I should simply mark it, 'Iletuin
radio to Sender,'' replied the postmaster.

::.i.., r G "I'm out of that game" said Miss -
I: 0 Cayenne.; "The tdbth-paste field Is \ Complaint
: .. evercrowded and, of course I couldn'tbe 'Your father Is unreasonable."
convincing about shaving cream." "How so?"

"lie tells me not to lose sight of ,:.
m western Nsw.psper Untoa STYLE IS OUT"I my objective in life and then kicks ,
because I call on you seven nightsa -'

IE'. week."

They treated it like so many debu but go around collecting funds for the
tantes are treated; gave It a lovely suffering poor.
reception and then forgot, about It." Mrs. Black-How does she know

Q ti they are really suffering? Igi
Permanently UnemployedThe Mrs. Blown-She talks to them by i
lady was giving the man. at the the hour so If they weren't before, I )'
kitchen door a handout. they are afterward. '
"Can't you find any work?" she _____
asked. PLAIN ENOUGH

"Yes'm, but ev'ryone wants a
ref'runce from the last man workedfor.
."
'And can't you get one?" y
"No, ma'am. You see, he's been dead can only be a sister to you, Ob."j
Ir"Y for mor 'n 20 years."-American Legion "'r /' : t "Then give me back my presents."
"': "Too bad about Jane and the manshe's Monthly. "" "Why, Bob, who ever heard of a ;
: -
I. engaged to. Neither one of them sister doing such a foolish thing as
f" Is good enough for the other." that?"
Machinery"Do
;. "Where did you get that Idea?" '
you think the machine Is %
age
"I've
been
,
talking the matter
", over "
( hurting us? Credit
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with both families. c
, "Some," answered Senator Sorghum. "The way to get on," said Mr. Dust.In .
". .
.-
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"But the kind that's liable to do the "I Star "Is to do business on a cash .
: Anyone Would Be Curious most basis."
damage Is the
political ma
: Brown-What sort of folk do "How are you, Peggy?" "
you chine. "Not In politics, said Senator Sorg
,..:: find where you've gone to live "Fine. How are you, Percy?" hum. "Promises are easier to produceand
: Jones-Well, If anybody pays th Distinguished "Fine. How Is it I didn't see you at more effectual." t
f'- rent three weeks runnln, th' copper "If the dance last evening?" :
.-;: comes to see where they've had th' Shakespeare were here today "The simplest of reasons Percy. I i iwasn't
he would
be looked on as a remark The Exception 0
r:,' money from.-Pearson's Weekly. able man." there. Mother-No, Jimmie, for the third
f "Yes he'll be more than 300 years Sometimes Both time I tell you that you cannot have
Introduction"You old." "What Is a budget any more dessert.
Introduced a bill?" "Well, it Is a method of worrying JImmie-All right; but I don't see''
"Yes," answered Senator Sorghum."It She Makes Sure before you spend Instead of after. where dad gets the Idea that you're
was a very successful Introduction. Mrs. Brown-Yes, she does nothing ward." i always changing your mind. I



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IMPROVED "DUST STORMS" Regular Elimination ,
11I 11- '
UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL The proper use of Thedford'aBlackDraught '

NO NEW THING (for constipation) ,
tends to leave the bowels acting :;

g regularly. It is a fine, reliable long- '
I,, '{M"f't SUNDAY tUesson established family laxative."I .
l.r .
I "i46 have used Thedford's Black- '
wxauo-? axa+
.1 y, ) hq Records of Depopulation of "
; By REV. P. B. F1TZWATER. D. D.. Draught fully thirty years, writes :

''ti.,:,:.,% kJ> a: Member Institute of Faculty.of Chicago.Moody Bible Whole Regions.No Mrs. J. E. McDuff, of Elgin, Texas. ;
Western Newspaper Union. "I had trouble from constipation in ,
why I first began the use of it, and :

t I Ir : kH one who has not been In one of as it gave perfect satisfaction"I do

Lesson for May 5 the dust storms which have swept not see any reason to change. ..j
r I Another good thing about Black-
.
-- the western plains for than ,
more a "
make it
I Draught that helps to so
: I Ii Ir SIN, REPENTANCE, AND FAITH year can appreciate their devasta- popular-it is NOT expensive. :

tion and the apprehensions of the THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT ..'}
LESSON TEXT-Luke 15:11-24. in the
people region extendingfrom
GOLDEN TEXT-If we confess our
sins ho is faithful and Just to forgiveus the Gulf of Mexico to the Great ::

our sins, and to cleanse us from allunrighteousness. Slave lake.Science WATCH YOURKIDNEYS
.-I John 1:9. ,
knows full well
r : the potentialities -
PRIMARY TOPIC-When a Boy Was
} Sorry. of this terrible phenomenon. aBe

i i iI JUNIOR TOPIC-Jesus' Story of the It has Innumerable records of ,

Prodigal Son.INTERMEDIA1'E. other soil transformations brought Sure They Properly '
I AND SENIOR: TOP- '
about by the wind. Much of the richer
IC-When We Do Wrong. :
Cleanse the Blood
Iii 11'1 Blowing Up Skins Which Buoy a Yellow River Raft. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP soil over vast areas in the United ,

IC-The Forgiveness of Sin. i States was carried there by dust YOUR kidneys are constantly fll- ,,;J.
i National Geographic Society. of China's floating cities. '
the
Prepared by sampans
impurities from the blood
:
I I Washington. D. C.-WNU Service.STREAMLINE storms. An analysis of dust' fallingin ,i
Most of the great river cities of I. The Origin of Sin (Gen. 3:1-24)). stream. But kidneys get function ;\
trains and giant southern and central China have sucha Man was placed on probation in the Missouri a year ago revealed' the ally disturbed-lag in their work- .;:i
in characteristics of soil in the ,
have been Da- (
t "floating population," but the boat Garden of Eden. The means used in fail to remove the poisonous body;
I in America; Italy kotas. All soils are easily identifiedby wastes ?
dwellers of Shanghai and Canton form the testing of man were most simple. '"
t Is still applauding an airminded their mineral content. The Da-, Then you may suffer nagging :i
communities in themselves. A God issued and
large just one prohibition, .
t son who sped through the air more kotas had been exposed to' drouth, ,backache, attacks of dizziness, :
traveler of sufficient energy could la- alongside of the tree of knowledge of ..3;
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than 400 miles an hour a short time for a number of years. The soil was burning, scanty or too frequent <.
boriously progress for miles by jumping good and evil was placed the tree of ,
urination at night
getting ,
,
k ago ; and Great Britain is just quieting deprived of its protective vegetation.Thus up
I from the deck of one sampan to an- life. To this tree man had access. swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic
: down after celebrating the victory of when the wind blew, the son'was ,1.;-1;
other. Satan, a personal being, appeared In pains; feel "all worn out. :'
i her flyers who won the London-Mel Dutch canal boat dwellers carried away tolagr deposited Don't : the ,.,
Like the the guise of a serpent. He Induced ,delay 1 For quicker you :}j
bourne air race. In Germany stream- these river folk are a race unto them I Eve to doubt both the Word of God In other state y get rid of. these poisons, the better .A

line trains are linking additional cities selves, apart from the common run of and the love of God and then appealed To most of us who live where your chances of good 'health. ,-:=:'j.

I as quickly as the new type transpor- their fellow men., In many cases their to innocent appetite. She gazed moisture is sufficient for human Use Doan's PiUs. 'Doan's are for :a

tation equipment can be manufactured. mode of life has been handed down upon and lusted after that which God needs,. it Is difficult to realize that the kidneys only. They tend to pro'a
mote normal functioning of the .
r Modern transportation, this. But one from father to son for generations.When had forbidden. Following her yieldingto the dust storms have been ragingal kidneys; should help them pass off .}

; can still find types of transportation China's teeming acres became the suggestion of Satan, she induced winter. Neither snow nor rain has the irritating poisons. Doan's are .;,

< facilities, even in the world's largest overcrowded and expensive, and a Adam disobey God. We see from this been sufficient ,keep the dust down recommended by users the countryover. 'J

i cities and their rural neighborhoods, growing commerce demanded river that so far as the human race is con- even In mountainous states like Col Get them from any druggist.DOAN'S .)

that were in use decades and even transportation; in even larger volume, cerned sin originated in the free choiceof I orado. Heavy rains ]have flooded the "

centuries ago. many ingenious Chinese combined : the head of the race and through lower Mississippi 'valley, but the PILLS r
Business with and took to living I of moisture has .
, t There is not a sizable town In the economy the law of heredity passed upon all shortage gone righton
aboard their tiny craft. in the Whether In Texasor \
: United States In which one cannot mankind.II. plains.

f; hail a taxi, and In many of them Although business might call far and The Universality of Sin (nom Saskatchewan, the wind has onlyto NEUTRALIZEj

r! charter a plane ; yet the top-hatted wide along the numerous rivers and 3:10-18). rise and the dust Is blown. If anything ; -

J cabbie, whose pompous figure held canals it was the large commercial By the use of many quotationsfrom the dust storms have been Mouth Acidsby :

i sway over traffic on boulevards in the centers at the mouths of mighty the Scriptures, Paul proves that worse than ever In the last! two :

l gay nineties, has not been entirely streams that offered the most lively every member of the race is guilty of months. They have actually buried chewing one or .:

shelved. These "taximen" of another carrying trade. Hence these cities sin. fences, piled dust high around houses more Milnesia WafersUnsichIIy :

era' have jealously watched as new early became headquarters for the wa- III. The Destiny of sinners (Gen. and barns, covered up crops. They

traffic lighrs have been installed, traffic ter dwellers. ,6 :5-8). are destructive alike to man and

lanes have been painted to keep mod- The riverman often made long voy Man's rebellious disobedience to God beast. No form of life'can withstand,

ern motorists' from crushing bumpersand ages up country, but he always came was followed by his resolution to destroy I them day after day very long.

fenders, and streets have been home to roost. Hence the dirty evil- the race from the face of the Needless to say, the dust phenomenon -

widened and trees sacrificed to make smelling stretches of river and back- earth. God's holy nature is such that I has greatly altered the food sit-

room for more of their rivals; yet they wash surrounding such centers as Can- the sinner must be punished. The only uation In the United States. It affects -

still constitute something of a traffic ton and Shanghai, and even around escape from the wrath of God is meats and grains. It is In part

problem. Hongkong and Singapore, became the through the Savior who was providedby responsible for the increased cost of

Ox-Drawn Vehicles. native heath of an army of sampan God in the person of his Son. living The AAA plan to limit the

Within sight of concrete, 40-mile-an- dwelling Chinese, who from childhood IV. The Divine Remedy for" Sin production of spring wheat has been

I have known no other life. (John 3:14, 15 ; Isa. 53 :4-0). I abandoned. How can there be too
hour highways, and less than a hun- Complexions
,I The sinless Son of God took the much wheat when the wheat statesare
dred miles from Washington, D. C., The visible means of support of
place of the sinner by becoming in- the chief victims of the dust?
and Annapolis, )Id., ox-drawn vehicles these communities is the carrying trade muddy-looking, blotchy and
with the the The drouth reduced corn last year
corporated through
I still lumber along ; while in the isolated from wharf to wharf, and from bundto race red-relieved and improvedwith
r incarnation. As a human being he to a minimum. If It persists this
mountain regions of the West, surefooted steamer or junk, across; river and safe, medicated Resinol.f '.
rendered perfect obedience to the law year, there will be no reserves of
'I burros and pack mules con- up canals.
of God demand andon left. From surplus Induced by
fulfilling every I corn
tinue to be the, only 'companions of
Barnyard Afloat. the of made vicari- in and
cross Calvary a excess production our own
many rugged prospectors.
Some sampans house petty merchants ous atonement for sin. Just as the other countries, we are In danger of BLACKMANSTOCK

Millions of visitors arrive at Atlantic and peddlers. who carry on a Israelites who were bitten by the passing to scarcity due to drouth
i City by automobile, airplane and I
small trade In the necessaries of life venomous serpent were healed by look- and dust.

.1 train Boardwalk yet to see the "sights" along the from boat to boat within the water Ing to the brazen serpent lifted upon Records of drouth are readily

they hire1 three-wheeled colony itself. Occasionally a craft is the pole, so is the sinner saved from j traced In the rings of trees. Thereare \ and POULTRY

i rolling chairs. Others arrive at Ber- filled to overflowing with huge white MD by looking to the one who was records of other drouths In the Medicines are Reliable

muda aboard palatial steamships but : ducks which fatten in the daytime on made a curse for sin in his sacrifice on plains as bad as or worse than the

l i take to bicycles: and horse-drawn car- : the tidal mud flats or harvested fields, Calvary ((11 Cor. 5:21): ). present drouth. This is not, however o Blackman's Medicated Lick-

riages to tour the island. I and at night walk a gangplank backto V. Repentance Necessary (Acts I an assurance to science that ABriko

I On the corners of modern wide their floating barnyard. They proceed 2:32-3'J). we may now be witnessing the beginnings Blackman's Stock Powdero

thoroughfares, of Shanghai, Hongkong one by one, In 'a quacking and The one who hears the gospel message I of one of those deserts In Blackman's Cow Tonico

.1 and Canton, China, the traveler hailsa pushing single file, each hurrying not and receives the crucified Savior which nature delights. It was when Blackman's Char-Med-Sal

f riksha and weaves perilously through to be the last duck aboard. The return not only has forgiveness of sin. but the Southwest became a desert that (for Hog)

a maze of motor and pedestrian traffic.In home in the evenings is sometimes turns from sin to God and thus re I i the Indians moved into Mexico. Life Blackman's,Poultry Tablets

the alley-like back streets of the hastened, it is said, by giving the last pents. On the Day of Pentecost Pe : follows the moisture-bearing air cur- o Blackman's Poultry Powder

native towns, however, he may prefera duck a sharr crack with a switch. The ter's' gospel message, which centered l rents. When, they passed from the Quality Lowest Price

sedan chair to avoid jostling men awkward procession soon learns the in the Lordship and Saviorhood of region south of the Mediterranean to Highest

I and women and stumbling over children trick and a comic tumult arises not to Jesus Christ, convicted the people of the region north of the Mediterranean -' Satisfaction Guaranteed or

to whom these mere byways are be the unfortunate tail of the proces- their sins. The evidence of their faithin life followed them. The AsI- your money back.

playgrounds. sion. Christ was manifested In their conviction atics have long been accustomed to BUY FROM YOUR DEALER

What traveler leaves Durban Natal of sin and their penitence was packing and following the mois
If ChInese sampans are marvelouslyeasy up ,. .
shown in their confession of Christ In '
I without employing a Zulu rikshaman to handle, being the product of ture-bearing winds. BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO:

The dark-hued tribesman in gay-f ath- generations of adaptation to environment baptism.VI. Science would not care to assert Chattanooga, Tenn.
r The Forgiving God (Luke
ered headdress and scant clothing, is They dart like water spiders its entire apprehensions of the dust

one of the colorful features of the here" and there amidst the harbor 15:11-24). storms in the western plains. They
A TONIC and BUILDER
The center of things in this parableis ,
South African city. In remote Szech- traffic, clustering like barnacles around may be the consequences of just an-

wan province, China, wheelbarrows, the great steamers anchored offshore. neither the prodigal son nor his other drouth. Or they may be the Mr. J. W. Buck of 1913
which the local brother, but the "certain man who y 22 Ellis St., Augusta Ga., said:
are transports have
With lightning swiftness, they flee ID beginning of the end for all that ,
"Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
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had two sons. He who fails to see .
JC worn ruts in flagstone pavements; in droves before ,an approaching storm, region where the buffalo grazed. ScI- /. Discovery is a wonderful
Sumatra, if one goes native, he must the heart of our Father God will miss knows what has '" ',... tonic. I have relied upon it
\ if ence happened.
each knowing as by instinct his own the of this parable. h '; .. .'!" ...at different times when I
travel in a buffalo-drawn cart whose place In the quiet reaches of sheltered purpose I What is to happen Is on the knees of >. ::::;:" ,Slacked strength and my ap-
::
1. The son's Insubordination (v. 12). ., "./petite and digestion were
thatched top Is shaped like a sway- water. There is no mistake, no confu sows movedhim the gods.-St. Louis PostDispatch.Skip $, 'ems' poor.Always after taking the'Discovery'
The desire for freedom
backed horse, and 1s pointed at each sion, each bit falls unerringly Into "':' I would be in
wilfully to choose to leave home. good health again."
end. In Palermo, Sicily, .the purely place like a gigantic picture puzzle. New size, tablets 50 cts., liquid $1.00. Largo
Hav- It
,
2. The son's departure (v 13))
Sicilian way to get about Is by"native When the high wind arrives each craftIs size tabs. or liquid. $1.35.All druggists.
;.ng made the fatal decision he went Johnny-Dad, they say the Saar Write Dr. Pierce's Clinic, Buffalo, N. Y.,for
cart
a two-wheeled vehicle on whose in place, with not a sampan left : free medical advice.
: posthaste to the enjoyment of his has gone to Germany now.
side panels are gayly depicted Bible over, or a vacant square of water bis( I':1
cherished purpose. Dad (busy reading) Something
and Sicilian
scenes panoramas and In
; to hold
Ireland, the Irish jaunting car on enough one. 3. The son's degeneration (vv. 13, .: like that, son. BE A NURSE

If, which passengers sit back to back and Jn spite of the shifting needs of 14)). From plenty In' his father's i i Johnny-But what will the Russians ing GIRLS to become WOMEN nurses wishing send self to enter addressed train

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t", face outward lends atmosphere to a commerce, family life aboard proceeds house to destitution In a far country I say? stamped envelope for details.

r. tour of the Emerald Isle. about Its daily routine as usual, albeitIn was a short Journey. The sinner real-I I Dad-The Russians What have SOUTHERN BUREAU,Box 222Atlania.Ga.

! rather more cramped quarters. izes his destitution wlien the very they to do with it?

Llamas still carry loads in the Andes, Clothes, ,vegetables, and babies are l fers which minister to his pleasures are i I Johnny (puzzled)-But I thoughtthe Modern Science Has Developed a permanent -
! ; and elephants still are favored among washed side by side In the stream and Burned relief for etofflvltlslbleedineg-u I ms],trenchmouth
out.
Saar was the king of Russia.- and pyorrheo.Write today: for Informationof
I the tiger hunters of India. In spiteof the cooking Is done above a diminutive 4. The son's degradation (vv. 15, our money-back: guarantee treatment. The
Montreal Star.
in Daily Pert by Co.,P.O.110][808,MUw uk eW1a.THE .
progress Belgium, the morning brazierlike stove. 16). When his money was exhausted, :
milk Is still delivered
by dogcart at
Lights from great modern liners he was driven to hire out to a citizen I
many a doorstep, and dog sleds are yet
shine across the harbor and music to feed swine. It is ever so, that those
THE REGULAR PRICE OP
the most dependable transportation in AND THE NEW
from an occasional gaily decked pleasure who will not serve God are made
the Icy wastes of the Arctic and Ant CALUMET BAKING POWDER
CAN 15 SO EASY
barge floats from the mid-stream slaves to the devil (Rom. G:3G.
arctic. The tired explorer enjoys com- channel. In few other places lurksso 5. The son's restoration (vv. 17-24). IS NOW ONLYf' TO OPEN/ q

.. fortable travel In a hammocklike chair strongly the spell of the East a. He came to himself (v. 17). b. He 5PA POUND!
borne by native I _
porters In central
"-r On the shallow, shifting Hwang Ho, made a resolution (v. IS). c. lIe Q
f ;'Tb Africa; the mountaineers of northern or Yellow river of China rafts are the made a confession (vv. 18. 19). d. He __ '
,,
India
and western China employ the _
principal means of transport, especially acted (v. 20). e. Reception by his
yak as their beast of burden; the
for freight cargoes. There, are two father (vv. 20-24).
camel still plods the caravan routesof
types of raft: one using as buoys The father had not forgotten his
north Africa, Arabia and centralAsia.and S :
,'. inflated sheepskins, and the other, son. So anxious was he for him that ,
; the carabao (water buffalo)
large ox-hides which are stuffed: with he ran 'to meet him and fell upon his
Is the dependable draft-animal of the
wool and then tied up to keep them neck and kissed him.
: East Indian "Islands."Floating .
I water-tight. The sheepskin rafts vary VII. Justification the Issue o* Faith i

Population." In size, according to the use for which (Rom. 5:1-11)). '

Land transportation is of no Interest they are intended, ranging from as few The one who receives Jesus ChristIs

whatever to millions of Chinese. ChIl- as 12 to 15'' skins on the small one-man declared righteous. Ills guilt Is re

dren are born, grow up, marry, carryon rafts. For the large 'raf'ts some 120 moved ; he has peace with God. _

their lives, and work aboard? the ox-hides are used.





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PAGE EIGHT n THE CLEWISTON NEWS -
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FRIDAY
MATS, 1833

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BANQUET IS FIRST OFGRADUATION SCHOOL NEWSHONOR SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS MEET 10:45 a. m. Junior Church. pie ceremony. .
EATSNTSContinued
6:30 p. m. Pioneers. Mrs. Edwards has resided in
The Ladles Circle of the Friendly 7:45 p. m. Evening "The
Worship: Moore Haven for the past several
( from page 1)) -- Bible Class will meet at the homeof Vacant "
Chair. years. She was born in Marco,. Flor-
Cowart Mer- ROLL FOR APRIL
George Bestor, Billy Mrs. W. F. Simpson Monday af-
Sunday evening, April 28th, I. M.
rell Lowe. Faculty members attending : -- ternoon at 3:30. ida.Mr.
Pafford, W. C. Owen and F. M. .
Edwards is employed by the
were Professor George B. Stan- l!it Grade-Robert Edens, Gerry

ley, B. E. Herring, Miss Dorothy Boswell, Mamie Trice, Joyce Bullen. LADIES AID CELEBRATES Wright were ordained as Deaconsof Gulf Refining company in Clewiston, _

Lockhart, Miss Eva Mae Green, Miss 2nd Grade--Billy Wright, Annette BIRTHDAY WITH LUNCHEON the Community Church. They where he has resided for the past {;
were elected at the annual meeting, : two years, coming originally from
Vilma Rhodes. Musicians who were Simpson, Sue VonMach.3rd .

guests at the banquet were Mrs. Grade -Philip McLeod, Billy The annual covered dish luncheonof i April 7th. i Conyers, Georgia.

Mark Lawler, R. N. Smith, Lawson Redelsheimer, Eugene Roberts, Mo the Ladies Aid Society was held i Mr. and Mrs. Edwards will make

Jones. Hosts were Miss Florine zelle Stone. at the church yesterday at one o'- EDWARDS-IIAMILTON their home in Clewiston.

Moore, Miss Annie Mathis, Miss 4th Grade- Gloria McDuffie, clock, celebrating the ninth birthdayof -

Katherine Wiandt, Miss Mary Mulkey Audrey Christian, Janie.. Brantley, that organization. A splendid and Miss Emily Hamilton, popular KIWANIS DJ1UI0 'D ALL. TEAM

and Vincent Oglesby. Miss Vilma John Poole, Sonny Vaughn. I varied menu was provided by the i member of the younger set of Moore PLAYS FIRST LEAGUE GAME
Haven
and Bennett
Edwards
Rhodes, sponsor for the Junior class, uth Grade--Runelle McGehee, approximately thirty members at- of
Clewiston, were united in The Clewiston diamondball team
assisted with planning and arrang- Jacqueline McKenzie, Gus Cantrell, 1 tending. I II marriageat
the home of Rev. played Its first in< the
I I and Mrs. L. M. game West
ing the banquet. James Southard. I Following the luncheon a business
Lilly, Palm Beach city league on'"Tuesday
Gth Grade--Dick Owen, Juliann session was held. Mis. D. J. Williams Wednesday evening, May 1,
with Rev. night, playing In the East
Lilly Coast
I performing the
KAY INTERVIEWS REILLY ON Oglesby, Margaret Von Mach. led the devotionals, and later gavea sim-
city. Alfar Creamery defeated the
VISIT TO NEW YORK 8th .Grade- Jimmy Harrington splendid report of the recent I
I local boys: with a 9 to 2 score.
(Continued from page 1) Billy Owen, Francis Wright, Willie presbytery which she attended as t
In the Circuit Court Twelfth Judicial Peters began as pitcher for the r.
V. Hooker. delegate from the Society. ,
Circuit of Florida, In and For locals and was relieved toward the

"I know he is," he replied, "as 9th Grade-Dan Beardsley, J. D. : Committee chairmen presentedthe IJcndry County. In Chancery end of the game by Coburn Moore.
Hooker, Dick Patterson. plans for work which they ,have
far as kidnapping and murder are Another game will be played by
Senior High School-Billy. Cow- prepared for their committees.
R. E.
concerned." Smiley, ) Clewiston In West Palm Beach tonight
-
art, Bobby Patterson, Althea Ford Among those attending were Mes- Complainant) .
"I thought you and the Haupt-
Page Cowart. dames J. E. Beardsley, R. N. Bos- Vs. )
.
manns had quit clicking. I said."You're
well, V. A. Allen, O. H. Roberts, H. Annie Smiley, ) .
no longer retained by them, HARLEM: SCHOOL PRESENTS
O. Peters, W. F. Simpson, R. Y. Defendant )
?" .LEVEE ESSAYS COMPLETED: CLOSING PROGRAM MONDAYOn
are you
NOTICE:
Patterson, R. N. Smith, Leslie Mil-
"No,", he replied, "but there Is no It
appearing by the affidavit
appended -
ler, C. M. Littlejohn, Olin Carleton,
ill feeling of any'sort between us. Essays descriptive of the inter- J. H. Pressley, A. H. King, GroverC. to the Bill of Complaint in Monday evening, May 6th, at

Statements to th5t effect are all esting trip recently given the stu- the above entitled cause that the defendant -I 8 p. m. the Harlem school will pre-
Poole, I. M. Pafford, D. J. Wil-
bunk. I have only; the kindliest feel- dents from the 6th grade throughthe Annie Smiley; is a residentof sent a two act drama, The Gypsy
liams Mark Lawler C. E. Robbins.
Savannah
ing and deepest sympathy for them." Senior high school recently have Chatham County, Geor- Troubador, at the Harlem school
L, H. Robbins, H. R. Hall, C. W.
gia, and that she is the
been'condemned" he over age of building. Seats will be
"I've con- been completed as part of the English reserved for
McDonald, R. H. Collins, L. A. Turner 21 years and that there is no person
tinued, "for defending them. I've course. The essays are being white friends of the school.
and F. M. Wright. within the state of Florida the serv-
received over 400 letters a day from turned over to Lieutenant Selee, who I ice of a summons in chancery on Closing exercises of the school

all over the world, but not all abus- with a committee from the Engi- I whom would bind the said defend- will be held on Friday, May 10th at
MRS. MCDONALD ENTERTAINS
ive. You'd be surprised how many neer office, will chose the best. ant, it is thereupon ordered that the 8 p. m.

folks question the verdict on the The winning essay will be pub- GARDEN CLUB MEMBERSMrs. I j I said defendant be and appear to the .

basis of the evidence produced." lished next week. said Bill of Complaint on or beforthe

And there were loopholes in that E. L. Stewart presided' at !!I I 6th day of May, 1935, otherwise eCantrell's Stock FarmBuys
the of Club !j'i ,
the Garden
web they wound around the Bronx meeting held same will proceed ex parte.It .

carpenter. The contention that it PRIMARY ROOMS Thursday afternoon at the home of Is Further Ordered, that this and Sells

HAVE NEW BOOKS Mrs. Carol W. McDonald. Notice be published once a week for
was a one-man job is offset by the Cattle Mules
Routine business was transacted four consecutive weeks in the Clew- Hogs,
fact that has been '
ransom money Fourteen (new books have been the iston News, a newspaper of general
at which
meeting, was attendedby
,
picked in New England towns: I I
up circulation in Hendry County. and
received this week for the use of Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.'F. D. Duff, : Poultry. '
since the trial. The kidnapper climbed first Done and Ordered at LaBelle, '. t.
the and second grade pupils. Mrs. F. I. Hill
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson
the ladder, fell when a rung Florida, this 1st day of May, 1935. Located 2 miles East of Clewiston

broke, the state argued, 'yet the soft I The book ar) specially designedfor Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Leah (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, on Highway. .

mud below showed but a single primary' rooms and will be keptin Spicer and Mrs. E. W. Digges. I Clerk Circuit Court.

the two rooms instead of in the Louis O. Gravely,
man's footprint, which was never I I
school library as they will be of interest DELEGATES TO P.-T. A. Solicitor for Complainant.No. .
proved to be Hauptmann's. The
only to the pupils in these CONGRESSMrs. 59-May 3-10-17-24-31, 1935 A. J. LITTLE
Lindberghs never remained over

Tuesday at Hopewell in all the time grades. OsteopathBy
Money for the books was part of E. W. Digges and Miss Mae ..
they had owned the property. No -" """' "L _
the fund raised by the benefit show Drew left Clewiston Tuesday for Miami -'
one knew their intention to remainon AppointmentLAKE
that fateful day until Mrs. Lind- which Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and Mrs.G. as delegates from the local Par- You Wreck 'Em

informed Violet B. Thomas sponsored for school ent Teacher group to the National HARBOR, FLORIDA.
bergh so Sharpe by
'phone at ten A. M. on the day of purposes recently.SCIENCE I Congress of Parents and Teachers, We Fix 'Em I

the kidnapping. The dog that had which is being held in the East

always: had the run of the propertywas CLASS VISITS STATION Coast city this week. PAINTING BODY AND

that particular night locked In Mrs. Digges is the president of FENDER WORK
(Members of the science classes the local P.-T. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
A. for the term 1935-
the kitchen. These and many other TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY
were taken by B. E. Herring on a 36, having been installed at the REQUEST
facts cause many to concur with I
most interesting trip Tuesday. The meeting Friday. Miss Drew, instructor I
Reilly that it was an "inside job.
But I hold no brief for Haupt- state experiment station at Belle of the first grade and primary Done by An Expert C. E. STEBEL

mann. The jury reached its verdictIn Glade was the class' objective and supervisor, is one of the most active II Courteous Service

the most publicized and spectac- thanks are due Dr. Daane and his P.-T. A. workers. She has been jn I Work Guaranteed. Electrical Contracting

assistants, who took a great deal of
charge of all programs. for the
_. ular trial the world has ever known, Prices Reasonable. PHONE 2121
trouble; to make the trip intereSting "
meetings this and has
serv-
year
yet the riddle still remains unsolvedIn
most particulars.; Evidence aplenty and educational to the students ed faithfully in other capacities. i i I PAHOKEE FLORIDA .;. .
The science pupils report it as an PIONEERService
linked this'stolid close-mouthed -"---
extremely interesting and instruc- Agent for .r J C
THE COMMUNITY
German with the conspiracy, but, the CHURCH StationBELLE GENERAL ELECTRIC
state of New Jersey was trying "him tive visit. Sunday, April 28,' 1935 I REFRIGERATORSRANGES'AND

for murder. You must write your Students making the trip were: Rev. D. Jenkins Williams, Minister GLADE PHONE 10

James Beardsley, Louise Bussey, I :
own verdict. Wrecker: Service at All Hours APPLIANCES
Ed Clark, Althea Ford, William 9:45 a. m. Sunday School. ,
-. My interview with Attorney ReIl- I 1 .... ,. I
Johnson! Annie Mathis, Florine J n' "" =cOJ"c .. C rIt
ly however, convinced me of one
Moore, Jack Moorman, Vincent Og- a
thing: the man is'sincere in his be
lesby, Bobby Patterson, Marion Walton -
lief that Hauptmann was innocent of .
: George Bestor, Billy Cowart, :!: ;: =
murder. As we talked my eye would :Merrell Lowe, Lily Wynn, Evelyn .:. .. .....d ': i: *
:
shift from the earnest face of Reillyto F O.R S A L E I> .. ..
.r.'d
the thoughtful countenance of Na- Hare, Bob Beardsley, Connie Clark, 121 ... .] '. .J .y.
Page Cowart, Jimmy Hall, Dot Hare, st ? s
polean that looked down on us from
Pat McGehee, Mildred Ward, James Attractive Clewiston
above the mantelplace. I couldn't Winn, Jack Wynn. y HomeSmall Cash Payment :!:; ::_:

hell wondering what the Corsican
Y1 :
Officials of the Experiment Station s
would have said about the case. x x
who lectured during the tour
Well, Reilly is coming to Florida x +
of inspection were Dr. A. Daane, Ag- + : y
shortly. Maybe, :you will meet him
ronomist in charge, Prof. R. W.. Lob- xx X
and get some facts I overlooked, or
dell, Entomologist, Prof. R., W. Kid-
perhaps suggest where he might locate xy
der, Animal Husbandman, Dr. G. R.
:
and invest a part of that $25-
000.. Townsend, Assistant Plant Patholo- + + xy

gist. x x

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PUPILS COMPETE IN MAY 5TII GRADE CHAPEL PROGRAM X

FIELD EVENTS .:. .:.
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- Pupils of the fifth grade presented .. .t. I '.:. ;.
(Continued from ..
page 1) .. .:. : ;,
the chapel program to the Inter- .. ... ::: .i.
Billy Owen, 8th grade, tied, 5 out mediate assembly Friday morning. .,.
of 10. XY
A play, "What Ailed Maudie" was

High jump: Billy Cowart, 12th given by Beulah Guthrie, Audrey .. .. ..

grade, George Bestor, 12th grade, Christian, James Southard, Gus : .z.Y

Ed Clark, 10th grade. Cantrell, and Charles Turner.A '

- Potato race: Bill Cowart-George May Day recitation was given + .:. XY

Bestor, 12th grade, Ed Clark-Bob ..t.. ...
by Gloria McDuffie.
Runelle Mc-
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. Beardsley, 8th grade, Ed VonMach- Gehee .. J.
played a piano solo, and .
Mozelle Stone, 7th ilX.I'
grade. Sonny Vaughn, John Poole, Charles i)

r- Relay team: Bestor, Lowe, Cow- Turner, Janice Wynn gave a series :: .;.

r, art, 12th grade, Clark, Bob Patterson .. .. I
. of recitations and
; songs. The 4th) .. .:. '
, Redish, 10th grade. I i 9 v sY '. I I?
" and 5th grade girls sang "The Good ( i r xl.;
Pole vault: Bill Cowart I' # -
12th "
Ship Lollypop. u ais
grade, Merrell Lowe; 12th, Page Y

Cowart, 9th, tied. Carl Redish, 9th. ", .' -

. Gills' high jump: Juliann Ogles- IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? Y It

by, 6th, Pearl Norton, 4th, Carolyn '.;'. ..

r.: McDonald, 5th.t' .+. .+. ( .y. ..

Junior' Group-75: to 100 pounds. 50-yard dash: Jas. Southard, .. ...

l' High jump: Harry Vaughn, 7th Sonny Boy Vaughn and Bobby Col- I .+ +

,, grade, 4' 7". John Mowry, 6th, 4' 6". lins tied. Ed Hudson. .' .z. .y

Charles Roberts, 8th, 4' 5". I ... e.. :.r._ +:
Three legged race: Sam Lang and :. ,.

i, 75-yard dash: Charles Roberts Inge 'Willis; John Poole and Sonny U_ Pay The Balance Like Rent

8th grade, Wilbur McGehee, 7th Boy Vaughn. 'H !

'"' grade, Harry Vaughn, 7th grade. Relay race: Hudson and Collins, p'; WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON Jr'"
.;: ,,: Pole vault: Junior Waldron, 8th Hooker and McMullen. HOMES 'i ':

grade, LeRoy Hare, 8th grade, Har- High jump: James Southard, Dick I :_;: ::;: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :;: ::

t," ry Vaughn, 7th grade. Owen. .

Broad Jump: Officials: Announcer, George B. n Clewiston Home

r'--. Junior Waldron, 8th grade; Harry Stanley; scorer, Tom Shelley; as- :_: _: Building Association H_ ::

'; Vaughn, 7th grade; Mozelle Stone sistant scorer, Van Bush; starter,

7th grade. B. E, Herring; judges, faculty} members. y'r.. ... PHONE 102 ,,1 x

Midget Group-Under 75 pounds: I ,: ._.

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