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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 9, NUMBER 17 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1935 SUBSCRIPTION .
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i KIWANIS CLUB GIVES Clewiston is Scene of CONTRACTS MAY BE

Attack on White Girl '


MUSICAL PROGRAMWEDNESDAY ,Feeling ran high here Saturday Mothers'' Day Memories! AWARDED FOR CROSS Y

NIGHT when it became known that Isaac -
STATE WATERWAY'
Givens, 20-year old negro had attacked By JAMES EDWARD HUNGERFORD

a 19-year old white girl I .);'
A musical was enjoyedby .>-1--13J ( <. CONSTRUCTION '
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program
i Thursday night, and a lynching was SCHEDULED TO .
members of the Kiwanis Club and' BEGIN IN THIS SECTION '
probably avoided by Constable E. B. '
HAVEN'T forgotten, dear Mother o1 Love, A ,OUT SIWTE IDEIt' '
their wives who attended the weekly
Butler, who took the negro to the ;1
meeting Wednesday evening at the ; The gift that God gave me from Heaven above; .
Watanabe House. state prison farm at Belle Glade for The gift of the tenderness of your caress;; W. P. Franklin, veteran water- \

A number which was greatly en- safe keeping.The The gift of your wisdom to smooth and to bless ways enthusiast, returned to his <' 4?

Joyed and wftich proved to be a high attack, which is alleged to The pathway of life, and wipe away cares home in Fort Myers from Washington '!
have taken about o'clock
place nine ,
light, of the" occasion was a violin And worries, and save me from pitfalls and snares; recently 'with confirmation of ::!
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Thursday night, was not reported to
solo "The which Mr. Har-
Rosary, The gift of your gentleness-God's gift divineI "
officers until Saturday morning, thegirl's previous announcements that workon
old Moreland played by request, un-
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accompanied." life having been threatened if haven't forgotten, dear Mother o Mine! the Caloosahatchee division of '".

The following program was pre- she reported the crime. Butler was the Lake Okeechobee flood control
notified Saturday morning and im- and navigation project would be .l
sented: Vocal solo, "The Lilac Tree" I haven't forgotten the words you would say, :
DunaMrs.. Leyland; violin solo, mediately arrested the negro and started in September and that a sur- ,. '
When would wander
"A Little Love, A Little Kiss", placed him in the, city jail for a wavering footsteps astray; vey had been ordered for the deepening i
Goofus-Mr. Moreland; vocal solo, short time before taking him to the The hurt in your eyes, when I'd stumble and fall; of the channel south of Fort ,

"Gypsy King Am I" "The Friar of prison farm. Each look and each word-I remember them all; Myers to provide a cross-state ,,'

Orders Gray"-Mr. Weigle; Violin Dave Alston, chairman of the Ah, had 1 but harkened through all of the years, waterway with a width of 90 feet ':t

\ solo, "When You and Were Young board of county commissioners, What sorrows they'd saved me; what heartaches and and a minimum depth of nine feet. ,

j 1\Iaggie"r-1\Ir. Moreland; vocal solo, stated that he had requested GuyM. tears! Mr. Franklin said that work on \,

j .. "An Open. Secret", Barcarolle-Mrs. Strayhorn, state attorney, to ask "Now, be a good boy," was a pet phrase of thine- the Caloosahatchee river section of .';:
: t!Leyland; violin solo, "The Rosary", for a special term of circuit courtto f haven't forgotten it, Mother o' Mine! the Okeechobee flood control and '.
..; (by; request, unaccompanied)-Mr. try Givens, but it is not knownat navigation project is definitely sche- ;

I Moreland; vocal solo, "Good Night, this time whether_ Judge Geo. W duled to be started in September. ,

r I'_ Sweet Dreams" "Isle of Dreams"Mr. Whitehurst' will grant the request. I haven't forgotten your wonderful smile; He said a survey had been ordered <

, Weigle. Your patient forbearance through each earthly trial; for deepening the river channel
Guest's from Fort Myers for the Clewiston Engineers south of Fort Pierce to provide a
I The song on your lips, and the light in your eyes;
and J. W. cross-state waterway 90 feet wide, ..
occasion were Mr. Mrs. f. ,
I Ah: clearer they loom as time fleeting flies!
! Cole, 5fr. and Mrs. Wilford Weigle, Lose, To Fort Myers with a minimum depth of nine feet. ';
I haven't forgotten, through storm and through stress,
Harold Moreland and Mrs. Harry Mr. Franklin attended the 1933:
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Leyland. -- The softness and tenderness of your caress; meeting of the National Rivers and

Members and their wives attend- The Clewiston-Engineers baseball Thy spirit still guides me adown life's pathwayI I Harbors Congress as the official rep-

ing were Mr. and Mrs., Thomas B. team lost its first game of the' sea bow at thy shrine, Mother Mine, on this day. resentative of Lee, Hendry and
: son last Sunday afternoon when the
Shelley,, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring, Glades counties.
Fort Myers club downed the locals I He said that in conference with
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mr. and i
Mrs. A.'_ V: Southard, Mr. and Mrs. : 6 to 5 at Terry Park in Fort Myers. TVIaj. Gen E. M. Marcum, chief, of

H. R. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mon- Clewiston made:a threat in the army engineers, he was informedthat

roe, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mr. eighth when Baker_ batting for bids would be advertised for

and Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Hooks hit safely and was forced to Science Teacher Tells I Archaeologist Visits in June, preparatory to awarding
A.' W. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. second on Spooners walk. Walker contracts for the widening and deep-

Sias, Dave G. Alston, E. E. Kelly, sacrificed, putting Baker and Spooner About Widow SpiderBy Indian Mounds Here ening of the Caloosahatchee chan- ,
Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams, Mr. in scoring position. Nail hit, but nel. Except in a few instances, Mr. I

and Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mr. and Mrs. Baker was out at the plate and the I Franklin said, he was informed that
George L. Royal and Dr. and Mrs. i side was retired with two on bases. B. E. Herring, J. L. Colton, of Fort Myers, well- rights of way had been obtained and "
J. W. Ezelle.TRA3B1ELL. Forbes started on:' the mound for Science Teacher Cle"istont I informed amatuer archaeologist who condemnation proceedings had been
the locals, giving up five hits in High School I ordered to complete this formality :':
Ii pursues as a hobby the work in I
TO ADDRESS eight innings, striking out three i' According to Mr. Franklin, request !.
ANXAPOLIS GRADUATES men, and walking one. Walker Recently considerable attentionhas which he had twenty years as a professional had been made by the army

pitched the last without a hit. been ,focused on the bla.ck.wi- ,. visited Clewiston the first engineers-for- $5,780,000' complete- ...

Washington, May 9 -(FNS)- Ellis for Fort Myers went the dow (Latrodectus Mactan) due to of the week at the invitation of M. the flood control work around Lake

Senator Park Trammell of Florida route striking out two, walking the increased number of people who E. VonMach.. Colton came to inspect Okeechobee and to begin the dredging
has been asked to deliver the grad- three, and giving up nine hits. have been bitten by this poisonous the recently discovered Indian in the river. Of this amount, Mr
uation address to members of the into their frame of the fifth .Franklin said it is planned to expend
Going
spider. Althougn it is a Southern mound .in the city limits, and to lend
1935 class at U. S. Navel Academy, with the score in a, 2-2- tie, Fort My- specie it has been found in Indiana, 'such information as ,was evident to I more than $4,000,000 to straightenthe
Annapolis. The invitation comes ers took advantage of the breaks, course of the Calo|:}sahatchee
i Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Hampshireand him on short inspection.
I from Claude Swanson, Secretary of and crossed the plate with three doubtless other Northern states.It j The mound, according to Mr. Colton -I river and provide a deep waterway
.barge and pleasure boat canal across
the Navy. runs to gain a lead not to be over- also occurs in California. The Indians is obviously a habitation mound,
This is the first time this honor, the state. The route to be followedis
come. in California rank itspoison on which a number of Indians of the
through the Caloosahatchee river,
has been bestowed upon anyone Line-ups with that of the rattlesnaks. To Caloosa tribe once had their dwel-
other than the Presiden of the United Clewiston: Nail If; Moore cf; Mc.- poison their arrows the Indians I ling. Little is known of the history. by canal to Lake Okeechobee and to

I States or the Secretary of the Lendon Ib; Williamson c; Pape 3b; there mash the spiders and rub the 'of the long extinct Caloosas, their the East Coast by way of the St.
Lucie canal, reaching the Atlantic
Navy. Hooks 2b; Spooner ss; Forbes p; points of the arrows in it. It is often, origin or the exact time of their habitation -
ocean at Stuart.Engineers .
Baker, Walker. the only poison they use. I of the Everglades and their
: Gas Tax Monies Fort Myers: Williams c; Carlton cf When full grown the widow is a departure. The tribe was rather

Pope If; Moger 3b; Mathis and glossy black with a body often ahalf crude, even for Indians, and their Navigate

! Source of WorryBy Clark rf; Chinn 2b; Ellis p; Sloanss inch long and having an abdomen -I'mode of existence was exceedingly i iI Cross-State Canal
; Blassenger 1 b., about the size of ''Sh Englishpea. simple. They lived chiefly on meatsof ,
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Summary Her legs are large and sprawl- alligators, turtles, deer and other --
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HOWARD W. HARTLEY ing-the joints appearing swollen. wild animals, and used very little
Hits: Carlton, Pope 2, Mathis, Three army engineers on the LakeOkeechobeeCaloosahatchee
(FNS Staff Correspondent) 1 I Nail 2, Williamson, Pape 2., Hooks Beneath her abdomen is one or more vegetables or grains. These facts are flood

Tallahassee, May 9-F N S.-i Spooner, Forbes, Baker. orange ,red to red markings in the' ascertained from the condition of control project made the trip from

! The Florida supreme court will de- Sacrifices: Cowart, Walker. shape of an hour glass; hence, she I I their teeth and from the meagre remains Moore Haven to Fort Myers Tues-

j clare as unconstitutional the state's Stolen bases: Willtams, Pope Ellis. is sometimes called the "hour glass" I of bones, and the like, foundon day by boat inspecting the course

I present gasoline structure if the leg- Sloan, Pape, Forbes. Struck out: by spider. Contrary to belief, these their mounds. to be taken when the river is deep-
! islature reallocates any portion of Forbes 4 ; by Ellis, 3. Walked: by markings vary in number and size I I A similar, but smaller mound, ened and straightened as the last
I this revenue for the support of the Forbes 1; by Ellis Winning pitcher and may even be wanting entirely.The I which has been discovered but as step in providing a cross-state barge

I common schools. Ellis; losing pitcher, Forbes. Umpires male is much smaller than I I yet unexplored was pronounced by canal from this city to Stuart on the
This information, transmitted to : Cook and Wilson. the female, about one fourth inch I Mr. Colton as a burial mound. Complete Atlantic.

the floors of both the' house andmate long, and is even more conspicuously II skeletons and possibly beads, They reported to Dave Ireland
marked having, in addition to tha whole examples of pottery, implements -
from a source as yet undis- FOUR HOME RUNS DOWN that the Moore Haven lock was
closed but regarded as extremely authentic CLEWISTON DIAMOND TEAM marks of the female four pairs!? of I i and other Indian possessionswill rapidly nearing completion. They
may become the barrier that stripes along the sides 'of the ab- probably be unearthed when the I said they found more than enough

will block the adoption of any compromise Lainhart-Potter garnered four cir-I domen. It is a curious fact that imi new mound is explored I water for their boat which drew 27
school financing program cuit clouts to defeat the Clewiston l mature females are often marked I Mr. Colton was very much inter- inches and did not encounter any
'I' involving the shifting of gasoline I team by the score of 13-2 inVest like males. ested in the local mound. He has visited shallow water Members of the party;

q tax pennies from the general fund Palm Beach Tuesday night. Four- The widow is widely distributed j I and made some investigationsof were Lieut. Pete Feringa, Lieut.
w and the counties to pay school teachers bagger men were Johnson, catcher; in the South. She is to be found ( all Indian mounds reported in Richardson Selee and Lieut. William

and bus drivers. Burns, second 1 base; and Dennis, cen- under stones and pieces of wood one the South Florida section, and hopesto Mills all of the U. S. army.engineer
Legislators, notably those from ter fielder, who gained added distinction the ground, about stumps, in holes'' return when work on' the local corps.-Ft. Myers News-Press.
the smaller counties, are using the by connectong for two homers in the ground, about out buildings mound has progressed. I

threat of destroying the entire gas- in two consecutive trips to the logs, weeds, and especially in old I BASEBALL HERE SUNDAYThe
oline tax setup in their arguments plate. boards or lumber and debris. The Class Day ExercisesFriday

against a program of school financing widow doesn't have much of a web I Clewiston-Engineers will play-

that the administration undoubt- SENATE TAKES FIRST STEPS but what is .to be found is made of \ ::Morning, May 17, 0:30 a. m. the baseball team from Hobe Soundon
. edly favors. They have good reason FOR EIGHT MONTHS SCHOOL a coarse silk which often enablesone the Clewiston diamond Sunday
to fear an adverse court decisionand to recognize it. afternoon.
cite ample precedent to support Tallahassee, May 9-F N S.- In a recent science journal Dr. J. School Auditorium ..

: their contentions. The first definite step towards a W. Bery Professor\ of Entomologyat BENEFIT DANCE FOR
I For example, the supreme court, guaranteed eight-months term in all the University of Arkansas gave PUBLIC IS INVITED *" LOCAL SCOUT TROOP
I, shortly after the 1931 session of the Florida schools, lacking as yet funds a* very interesting .account of his

I i legislature, was called upon to studythe J Ito I finance such operation, was taken personal' experience with a bite from I Ii The Boy Scout committee of the
present gasoline tax structure the black widow. He allowed the I to pry down old material, inspect American Legion will give a danceat
cr'- .whereby three out of the six cent I by the Senate with the passage I widow to bite his finger and used no old material before handling; if the Clewiston Inn next :Friday

'.k levy that goes to the counties was.of a bill sponsored by Senator Lucas| treatment, in order to give an accurate -I i gloves have been left on the ground, night for the benefit of the local

'apportioned on the basis of population Black, Gainesville, chairman of the I account of the effect. Withina turn them inside out before putting Scouts. Music will be furnished by

road mileage and area. The allocation I education committee. half hour there was pain in the I them on again as spiders may have The Arcadians, snappy dance or- -

law specifically provides Senator Black admitted companion glands under his arm. He had high crawled into the fingers. If bitten chestra of West Palm Beach. The
i that the counties shall not use their legislation is necessary to provide fever and pain that night. It was by the widow, the bitten part will I price of admission will be $1. The
: gasoline revenues for purposes other the $10,500,000 needed to give three months before the swelling show rapid inflamatiou. The bite public is cordially invited to attend.Mr. .
than the construction or maintenance each of the 13,155 teachers units an went entirely down. He found that it may be heart depressing and a heart
of roads and the retirement of $800 annual income, as proposed by was more poisonous than the tar-I stimulant will likely be needed, but and Mrs. Fred I. Hill are'
road or district ,bonds. On this distinct vote on the bill was 36 to 1 and antula of Arkansas. get medical attention immediately.Fred spending a month's vacation in ,
understanding, the court up- When working where there may Philidelphia. They spent a few days
similar support is assured in the be some of these spiders, it i is sug- Stewart spent. the week in with Mr. Hill's parents in Clearwater -
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tions, most of which came from storm Abyssinians Inhabited' of their priests must be attributedthe Chowchow, "One Man" Dog;
destruction of the ancient literature
CURRENT EVENTS troopers. Present Home for AgesThe the Abyssianlans are saidto May Be Native of China

was. disappointed and dis Abyssianlans, the Ethiopiansof have had. .This domination of Notably loyal and devoted to his j';:N

_ RUSSIA when the French chamber the ancient world, have Inhabit. the missionaries lasted nearly a: master, the chowchow is often spo

failed to approve the mutual l assistance ed their present mountainous tableland century and a half, when religious ken of as a "one man" dog, says a
PASS IN REVIEW pact which LItvinov and Laval had surrounding the headwatersof disputes arose and the Portuguesewere writer In the Los Angeles Times.To .
before the
concocted. The delay was called officially the blue Nile since driven out, the Abyssinians strangers, the handsome face
a "temporary halt" in negotiations dawn of history. In early' times, again retiring to remain In seclusion of this lion-headed, dignified and

and the treaty may be signed says a correspondent In the New until about the middle of the powerful creature, wears a scowl.It .
PRESIDENT'S SOCIAL SECURITYBILL later provided the Soviet government York Herald Tribune, they were last century. means "no nonsense" and Is In-,
PASSED BY THE HOUSE- promises to shut off the Communistic more or less connected with the tended to deter one from undue fa

HITLER IS DEFIANT. agitation in France. All the French Egyptians of the upper Nile and Old Rocker Distinctlyan miliarity.\ He will make up his own
radicals want the Russian alliance and afterward assimilated incursions of mind Irrespective of any advances.
so does one section of the conservatives the Hebrews at the time of the American InventionThere To friends however, his expressionis
By EDWARD W. PICKARD! ; but another big/ group Is opposedto Egyptian captivity; the Phenlcians, kindness itself.
Western Newspaper Union. whom said to have is one style of chair thatis
commitments, especialy! with from they are
any
His plumed tail Is held very tightly -
thoroughly American-the rocker
Also there who still derived their alphabet, and the '
benefit of rule but Ilussia. are many thickcoatedback
gag over the beautiful
WITHOUT discipline, the cling to the hope that lirland's old Greeks who had planted colonies asserts a writer in the Cleveland but
party when the dog is happy,
Plain[ Dealer. For a long time
social security bill dream of a full)] Franco-German reconciliation along their seacoast. Christianitywas llismoement
administration's lowered when he is frightened.
the house substantially may come true, though they Introduced III the Fourth cen furniture men 'credIted Benjamin
jammed through a stiff and rolling gait;
was Franklin] with having invented it,
President don't say much about it In publli tury and gradually spread throughout ..
as of his-
__'_ due to unusual straightness
-- It. Russian and French papers revived the land. This primitive faith, until some one dug up a bill for
I Roosevelt wants hinds legs which do not bend at the '
\ that secret military of Judaism "rebottomlng a rocking chair" thir-
372 the story there was a mixed with many customs -
The final vote was ]hock, is peculiar to the breed, as .
and Poland there teen years prior to the existenceof
alliance between Germany Is the religion
rA "" principal
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.n" to 33. may also the characteristic blue
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:: ? ; Is but this was vigorously denied] by today.In the Franklin chair.
t it .
I ; : : / weeks before tongues, almond-shaped eyes, cat !
{ The rocker Introduced In
officials was
the senate, in both Berlin and Warsaw the Seventh century the Mo
St. passed by like feet, strong cobby bodies and
l senate finance Communist parties of ten European hammedans conquered all of Egypt Europe from the United States In .
the
"< : for an inscrutable oriental
appearance.
; :.: {} committee, to which It countries united in an appeal to the '' and the Abyssian coastal posses 1840. .
$. referred. Is busy working classes for a demonstration sions. The Abyssinians were driven Curiously enough rockers were Almond eyes may or may not be

; .. was with NRA on May 1 against the German Nazis. into the. Interior mountain fast- quite the thing in theater boxes 75 responsible for the claims of many
,..::j..'{: 0 just now Lincoln seated Ina authorities that China Is his nativ
: > y extension and veterans' The appeal printed In the Communist nesses, there to remain nearly a years; ago. was
;: bonus payment. party organ Pravda charged that thousand years until their very existence rocker the, night he was assas- ity. The breed, however, was foreign .. '

..*,.-....'w.-. Leading features of ""German imperialists and their Jap- was almost forgotten. sinated at. Ford's theater. The to China, being the outcome of .

Speaker the measure as passed anese and Polish allies" are provokingwar About 1500 a Portuguese expedition style of rocker;: was therefore copIed Siberian sledge dogs and the Tib.-.. .
Byrns Soviet Russia. mythical eastern Christian i and known as the. Lincoln etan mastiff.
by the house are: against seeking a
assist kingdom penetrated the country rocker. Gradually drifting southwardfrom
states for old age
Grants to While the rocker has out of the colder regions, he became ,
thousand and entered Into a relationship gone
a 50-50 basis, but than three persons
ance (pensions Individual) on will the federal gov MORE' their lives In a series of sufficiently friendly to permit the style more or less, the Colonial known in northern China 'as earlyas

for ernment's no share exceed $15 per month. earthquake shocks that occurred In the establishment of missions. To these rocker is still being manufactured. 800 B. C., when all dogs'were divided

Compulsory old age benefits for per most thickly populated section of For Portuguese belong the credit for into three classes) hunting .. ,
over sixty-five on basis of salary mosa, the Island off the Chinese coast many churches, bridges and other Birds Fly at Night; dogs, watch dogs and edible dogs. ? ,, ,
sons
earned during working lifetime, payments which Japan acquired in 1895.: It was public works constructed at the Small birds when-migrating travel It was Into this last category.that -.. ,';'.,
fanatical zeal mostly at night, says one naturalist. the fate of the chow was ,placed.ONID : : ,
ranging from $15 to ?S5 a month. the worst disaster of the kind in the time and also to the J

Income tax, on pay rolls of employees Orient since the TokyoYokohamaquake :" t'

starting with 1 per cent In 1037 and of 13! _3. The number of injuredwas

graduated upward to 3 per cent In estimated at fully 12,000, and a HIGHBR SHOULDIRS--WIDER 1lJmmlP'iR .
1949; excise tax on employers In same quarter of a million were rendered -

amounts. This will mean a total pay homeless. Property damage was placedat '

roll tax of 6 per cent by lH! !>. 28000000. Half a dozen sizable TREAD-MORE }RUll EF ,

Unemployment insurance. Tax on towns and many villages were com-

employer of 1 per cent on pay rolls pletely destroyed and fires and heavy ONTE'ROAD.- : '. :
In 193G! ; 2 per cent for 1931! and 3 per rain added to the dangers and distressof ;

cent thereafter. the afflicted people. Water systemswere

Social security board as new' bureauof ruined and there was fear of epi These Truck Tires Will Cut :

government In the executive branch demics. The Red Cros: and the Jap- r

with three members appointed by the anese army officials organized relief

President. expeditions Immediately but progresswas Operating Costs for You : r

Federal grants .to states for mater- slow because railway lines and

nal and child health service, an appro- :roadways were destroyed, as were telegraph FF ,
priation of $3,800,000. and telephone lines.
Federal grants to states for public Formosa lies in the Chino-Japanese [RESTONE has constantly"been

health service, an appropriation of earthquake;: belt and has suffered severely -
the and leaderin
$8,000,000. from temblors in the past. pioneer

Speaker Byrns and other majority the development of balloon s '

leaders were elated by the Immense HDEY LONG delivered

majority by which the bill carried because SENATOR advertised attack on the tires for. trucks, and in theN
as they asserted, It was put. x
before
sident'and the administration
through without any pressure from the w Firestone Truck; Tire for .
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a crowd that jammed the senate .
White House. Mr. Byrns said "We
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-chamber. He was limited have
got no orders from the President, so 1935 we incorporated ;
to 40 minutes, but
help me Almighty God." d.
in that time he useda improvements that enable you

lot of language. Aft.
GEN. HUGH JOHNSON'S earnest :;. er describing Ickes, to maintain uninterrupted
for extension of the NRA, <:
Farley, Wallace and 'rr
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In the course of which he took all the General Johnson In schedules at higher: speeds-at i1 ,

blame for Its failures may have been terms not very funny, lowest cost per mile.
effective, for It was reported that a the "KIngfish" assailedMr.

considerable majority of the senate : Roosevelt as per-
finance committee was in favor of con- sonally responsible for A new tread compound has See f y t

tinuing the. life of the Blue Eagle or- a A what he called a plan your nearest
yy which is
ganization. Three of the members, all '- to force the state of been developed Firestone Service

Democrats, were listed as absolutely Senator Long Louisiana to yield to tougher and longer wearing. The Store or Firestone ,
against prolongation of the recoveryact corruption and debauchery. He threatened

but most of the others favored a tax rebellion In his realm if tread has been specially designed Tire Dealer fortoday's : :.

such a course, provided various alterations there were further federal Encroachments prices on
are made. The committee had In the matter of controlling the' with higher, more rugged these '.'::.':
tires
under consideration a bill. introduced
expenditure of federal loans for state :
by Senator Pat Harrison, designed, he projects.. shoulders and wider, deeper ..-:

said, to stimulate discussion. The hot Huey charged that the administration non-skid with more rubber on '..; '
test battle will come on the floor of was concerned solely with con SPECIFY I FIRESTONE I TI RES ON YOUR NEW TRUCKS : "-

the senate. trolling the expenditures In LouisianaIn the road. It is possible to hold

such manner as to Insure winningthe
this thicker tread to the Gum- -
election In 193G.

GERMANY was of thoroughly the League enraged of Nations "They could go down there and spend cord body because of the !
council In adopting the tri-power the whole five billion]] and they could Dipped &1i1

resolution condemning the reich for not win that election," he said. "But patented Firestone constructionof

violating the treaty of they could load us with the five billion

Versailles by rearm- debt that we would have to pay as the two extra layers of Gum-

ing, and It was result of carrying on their politics."
expected Get today's Get today
cords under the tread.
Dipped
Ilelchsfuerher Hit y'n ler would make defiant S leaders who attendeda
a REPUBLICAN
R These improvements give you this fire i this tire i
retort. As a first luncheon in Washington] given to

step he sent from his ; William Allen White of Kansas turned greatest blowout protection and f"o m i '
Bavarian retreat Instructlous the gathering Into a real political meet-

to Secretary ing and In their speeches insisted that non-skid safety for the higher FIRESTONE FIRESTONE

of State Von Buelow the Republican: party must openly and '
to protest "England's vigorously attack' the "fallacies of the hauling speeds of today. OLDFIELD TYPE SENTINEL TYPE : .'

defection at Stresa and New Deal." :The tire that taught thrift Volume production tire for

Geneva." This I Von" A'..-_ I Mr. White explained the conceptionof Call on the Firestone Service millions light trucks

Buelow did, delivering: Adolf Hitler the regional meeting of eleven midwestern -

the message to Ambassador Sir Eric states to be held in Kansas Store or Firestone Tire Dealer FIRESTONE; AUTO SUPPLIESin
Phipps for transmission to London. next month and said that the amountof

Then, .on his forty-sixth birthday, Interest.aroused among Republicans your community today. Let FOR TRUCKS AND BUSES
throughout the country was surprising.Such .
of the
came the reichsfuerher's defiance
the a regional meeting could do nothing him show you how these amazing
league, in form of what the Germ'anforeign FIRESTONE
than write a creed and stir .
more
cilice called a "short but determined will HEAVYJ
up the electorate to right thinking, he new tires help cut your .
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note. Here It is, as made I DUTY

public In Home:' declared"Confronted, adding with: new conditions, the operating cost and give you 4' SPARK ..; FIRESTd9NE
"The German government conteststo I
face this situation PLUGS ;..
Republican party must ,
service.
the governments which in the council more dependable ,
and write platform that will be
of the League of Nations! took, In
constructive and give promise of carryIng \
the deliberation of April 17, the right of out in a sane way the things neededto ***** Listen to the Voice of EXTRA POWER fEt1fl:
making themselves judges over Ger
BATTERIES I
restore constitutional government. Firestone featuring Richard Crooks,
many. The government sees in the deliberation -
Gladys Sirartbout or Nelson 20% MORE STARTING
,
of the council of the league Eddy-every FIRESTONE I RADIATOR I -p
FAAUGUTERS of the American llevL' POWER FOR EVERY
at discriminations Monday night over N. B. C-WEAF BRAKE BLOCKS HOSE
an attempt new
against Germany and therefore rejectsit !: olution, In their convention In Network . A Five Star Program TRUCKING SERVICE AND LINING
Washington, had their usual exciting
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and hotly contested pres.ident ) : '
government reserves the right to make ,
The candidates
general. were
known soon Its position on different Mrs. William A. Becker of New Jersey ( 1

questions touched upon In the deliber and Mrs. Flora Myers Gillentlne of

ation. Tennessee, and the former won by a ( i eto'n '

This note did not seem to Impress vote of 1,430 to 019. Mrs Becker was :,
greatly.. the statesmen In London, Paris attacked by her opponents because she z
and Home, but It mightily pleased Hit had endorsed "The Red Network," a a

ler's followers. They celebrated their book In which Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt :, .

leader's sented to natal him a day fleet with of about gusto sixty and pre warplanes other, Secretary members of of Labor the administrationare Perkins and ..1935:... F.T.- &, R. Co.. ., ._._. ..".. .........- ...--. ....:............ .. .. ....,..._........:. ,

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Insect Eats Button. ).'f

From Sydney, N. S. Wales, cornea ...

a report of a new insect foe for :j'.
entomologists to bat le. This Is a '. .

I GOLDEN DAWN small beetle, the favorite food of '.

; ?l which Is vegetable ivory trousers .1.

buttons, and for some reason or .',::
I other It seems to like the button ::
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fFl better after they have been sewn
1 onto garments. "'

.. Tailors and others using the but-
tons are having all kinds of trouble
PETER B. KYNE .
By with them, claiming that the borings .

of the beetles soon reduce ,the
Copyright by Bell Syndicate WNTJ Service
'- fIT buttons to uselessness.The .
beetle is not a native of ;
CHAPTER XIContinued24 diered with the captain I'll get a cities busy for a few days," said I m'lad,' the admiring McNamara declared
Australia, according to (>ntomolo'gists' .
: pretty complete picture." Stephen. ""What do you hear from I "is that you're one h-1 of a
of that region, but has prob-
resumed his examina Lnnny1""She'll I smart man !I"
\ou are so kind. Doctor Burt." she Stephen cross ably been Imported in shipments of ,.
I tion. be home nest week. The Some two weeks later, Lanny walked
SRIJ vegetable ivory or In date stones.
I "Did you ever beat Penelope Did skin graft on the girl's nose was a complete In on Stephen. "Well," he declared
lie resumed his passive'stroking of It measures but one-sixty-fourth of
you ever pinch her and slap her and success." I acidly, "you've certainly taken your
her forehead and cheeks ; in a low an Inch In length.
lock her up?" "And how does the girl feel about time about geting back on the Job
monotonous: tone he commander her to '
"
"Yes, Doctor." the situation now? You're looking mighty particular Lanny
all his Then suddenly
answer questions BOYS! GIRLS! r
"Wake the Mend up and send her "She's crazy about her new nose and I Happy'Z"I

I : home;" McNamaia roaied. spends hours examining it in a hand I "Stevie, dear, 1 never knew there Read the Grape Nuts ad In another _,*

"Ua\'e you thought "of your daughter "I will-as soon as I look up her mirror." I was such complete happiness In the column of this paper and learn how

Penelope; of late? memory of Penelope," Stephen replied. Stephen smiled. "Naturally, she world." to join the Dizzy Dean Winners and
Grimace of distress tlitted across the I would." win valuable free prizes.-Adv.
He impressed upon her the fact that ; "Where's Penelope

beautiful face. "No distress or bad she was not ill at all. He commandedher I "Lanny says the girl's been her real "She's gone back to Paris-: on a new
luck will attend the thinkingliile you very earnestly to forget that sht- I self more than half the time since that passport." How About It? *'

are with me, understand? I commandyou : first look." Speaking of eleven-j ear-old kings '
had ever heard of him. "Well, well, well, Stephen chided ?
to think about her-to rememberher Then 'he awakened her, as McNa "She would be And now I'm going her, "tell me things." must' we, an enlightened people, rec- '

and to answer truthfully" all my mara departed gave her a long look to add to her happiness by sending her "Stevie, she's as lovely a. a May ognize nations that permit child labor ... _
questions regarding her. which I the throne? Richmond ,.
'I this record, shall supplementwith morning. on :
felt her [pulse, told her she was much
"Yes, Doctor improved and handed her some soda a report of my own on her case. "And the operation Times-Dispatch. :
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"Why did you and Mr. Gatlin adopt She'll study It, and In this convincing "A ,
mint tablets. she:) departed In a some phenomenal success. Of coursu,
l her?" v what happier mood. proof that she Is not what Mrs. Merton I Lanny added, she could never. stand ,' Twice .Cardui Helped '
_
I lone wanted" a baby and I couldn't "Well," McXnmara demanded, whenhe told her she was, she'll probably get ,, a sock on' the-'.n9Se' "' -'" was in a run-down condition, ::f,i i1 I
give him one. well. These cases are simple, Dan.
J and Stephen found themselves alone "Just what s she going to do In very irregular and had cramps and .:
'I I "Could you, it you had cared to?" again "what do you think of that one All you have to do Is to discover the Paris?" nervousness,"writes Mrs.Albert Pike, ,,11
"Yes, Doctor." Her tone was cause and It. Nature does the of R.F.D. 5 St. Mo.
I j 1"--. very for hell-cat. ?" remove "Close out her apartment and. dismiss Joseph, "When :.;
f peevish."How. I one has a home and children to look ,'4
Irr "I do not think Dan. We merely her servants.
old was she when adopted after, and the work on a farm, a I ';
f I her?" you accept such people as we accept sun- I "And coming back to San Fran woman will worry if she feels bad- _,

I \ light) and rainfall." cisco?" and I surely worried. I decided to .:

"About a month. "Do you think, you'll see. any more Lanny nodded.. "How do you stand take Cardui again, as it had helped ,=
"Where did you find her? ol this woman, Stephen?" Miss Ordway as your office nurse, me one time. It also helped me this \;

'" "In"the Infants' Shelter In San' Fran "I hope not. I hope the hypnotic Stephen?" time. I never"have. a bad day when .-:
dsco. using Cardui. :
suggestion I gave her is strong enoughto "Rather well: I'm sorry to say. She's There
"Did you know who her parents are many cases like this.
were before you had decided to adopt overcome her acquired Instinct for very competent and much more tactful Thousands of women testify Cardui .';:,
Illness." than benefited them. If it does
her?" you. not benefit ;
"Were the things she told you Illuminating 7i "And do you want me back, darling YOU, consult a physician. :-;'
"Yes, Doctor. A'Captain and Mrs. "
? she queried. .
Robert E. Elliott""Why :
"Ver '. I suspected. most of them "There you go, fishing for a compliment -
did the Elliots abandon their
and she confirmed my suspicion. We Of course I do, but-It Isn't
,
baby?
know now that Penelope Is of sound AbIi necessary. You could COMe In once a
"The captain was killed by the"Moros "
ancestry. Her father was not a neu week- ,
and his wife died in this city in child-
rotlc. If he hadn't been a normal gal- "Not for a great many weeks,
birth.
lant fellow and physically fit he would Stevie." 0

"Do you remember what branch of never have become a captain of cav- i He glanced up at her sharply. "How IN

i the service the captain was In?" alr '. He was killed in action. But come, [.ann '?" TUBESThe ,

i "He was a captain of cavalry" I we have arrived at a starting point Lanny's face was the color of an old

i, "When you and Mr. Gatlin adopted I Dan-the reason for the mental shock rose. "I'm going to have a baby," she,

I Penelope, did you have any written II that gave Penelope a dissociated per- whispered.And .

I record of her parentage?" sonality. ri then Stephen Burt stood up and

"We had a letter from the matron ."1 didn't get that-at least not quite, took dear old Lanny In his strong

I at the Infants' Shelter. And we had a :Stephen.:: young arms and hugged her. At last

,I letter from the doctor who attended "For some reason best known to. she was going to have: her little slice of
Mrs. Elliot ,at St. Dunstan's
hospital, life !
themselves, the Gatlins kept from
:'' and some letters from. old neighbors of PeneloII ,,.the fact that she was. not "Of course," Lanny said presently;
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their own flesh and blood. However "you'll be the baby's god-father
; / "Why did you get the letters from while we have definitely establishedthe He nodded. "Of course."

4 the old neighbors?" date of the mental shock and the Three months passed-to Stephen

"Theodore was concerned about the 'character of the shock:, we have also Burt remarkable by reason ,of the fact Crying and Restlessnessof

: baby's ancestry" established the causative factors lead- that Mrs. Rudolph Merton did not call.

f "And was it the best?" ing up to the shock. Penelope had a upon him. At last, to satisfy his curiosity children is frequently indica-
"1 do not know. It satisfied Mr. most unhappy childhood. From earliest "Spends Hours Examining" It In a he telephoned Rudolph Merton tion of Worms or Tapeworm in the

1 Gatlin." childhood she was the victim of bitter, Hand Mirror. to ask him how his wife was. system. The cheapest, safest, and

I "What has become of all the record rebellious thoughts. Then that base- rest. She will have no more rebellious "I don't know" Merton replied complacently quickest, medicine for ridding children

pertaining to Penelope?" ball wrecked her nose. This was a thoughts, because the despot can do "She's gone." b ,or adults of these parasites is

"I burned them." mental and physical shock. The sep- her no further harm. Her black moodsof "Dead?" Dr.Peery's'DEAD SHOT Vermifuge

"Why?" aration and divorce of the Gatlins was depression will not orne again ; she "No such luck. She's gone to Southern -

i "To keep Penelope from getting another terrible shock, because she lost is organically and mentally sound, the California to Join a new religious

r them." Gatlin and there was nobody to protect product of a sound ancestry on both sect. A colony on the fringe of the

"Then she wanted them, did she i her. And Gatlin's death was a sides of her family." San Bernardino desert with a prophetin

t, not?" sever shock. Then, is she emerged "But she knows she was an Inmateof command."

"Yes, Doctor. She demanded them." from childhood Into maidenhood, the San Quentin. She'll remember she "And what are you 'doing about It, TVrlght's 50c nil n bottle Co., 100 at Gold druggists St., N.Y.or City.
"When was this?" knowledge that her nose made her was a thief." Mr. Merton?" Stephen asked.

"On her eighteenth birthday." hideous naturally became an obsession "She will, of course, feel great shame "I'm subsidizing the prophet so he'll

\ \ "How did It happen that she waited with her."Now when fully restored to her ,normal per stay in business ten months longer. NEUTRALIZE
'
; I until her eighteenth birthday before Dan, by this time there was sonality. In her other personality Mrs. Merton has deserted me, thank

demanding them?" no further necessity for concealing the with her acquired Instincts of morality, God, but she has to be away a year Excess Acidsby

"Up until then she thought she was facts of the child's birth. Gatlin, dead, and convention smothered in her sub before I can secure a divorce on the

: our own flesh and blood." had left his entire estate In trust tu conscious mind, she had,. of course, grounds of desertion. The prophet chewing one or

"Ah Why did you burn these! records Penelope, and on her eighteenth birth- no sense of remorse or shame. I think comes high, but I can afford to pay more Milnesia WafersSend

rather than give them to. Pene- day she was free to do as she pleased.She that when I have explained this to her for' my fancies: :!
> lope?" could l leave her hellcat of an she will understand Just what ,her "1 gather from your manner: thai for one week's liberal supp -FREE
mental condition And her fear broken hearted." SELECT PRODUCTS Inc., 4402 23rd
"I hate her." adopted mother now. She carried her was. you're ,,not
Street, Long Island City, New York
'. 4, "When you refused to give them to own check book The knowledge that that the world will discover her sorry "Such sorrow I feel] now world be

her, what happened?", she was not flesh and blood of the .be- record will, I. feel certain, be allevi- delirious delight compared with what
ated by her knowledge that It wouldbe I'd feel if she decided to come backto
"She cried and laughed and screamed loved Gatlin came as a terrible shock .
for who knew "
Impossible anybody
and attacked me. She said she hated and with it, of course, came other terrifying me.
R, me. FInally she fainted' and I had the speculations.." her as sadclTe-nosed Nance Belden to "i congratulate you, Mr. Morton.

', maid put her to bed and lock her. !in "More piling on of the Inferiority recognize her" as good-looking Penelope Good-by and good luck to you. Yo-1 de-

her room." complex" McNamara interrupted. "And Gatlin. serve It."
"All I've got to say. young fella TO BE CONTINUED.
"Did you give Penelope any informs she cracked under it. Then she made

I lion at all, at any time, regarding her up her' mind to forget Mrs. Gatlin-

I parentage and she did." Steel Arrows to Shoot Fish Invented HELP KIDNEYSIF

There was a slight hesitation. ""1 "A clear case of auto-h 'pnosls Dan.

'.i lied to her. I wanted to hurt her be- Now you've got to run down the recordof for Divers for Hunting in the\ Oceanhis your kidneys function badly
; lame aching
and have a ,
and that of her you
: cause she wouldn't recognize moral our Penelope par-
my
: back, with attacks of dizziness,
right to half of Theodore's estate. S,- ents. She must have It and It must be
Equipment to enable a person to carbine Into position to aim. at a burning, scanty or too frequent
I 2! I told her she had negro blood In her proof of the most convincing' char urination, getting up at night,
: walk the bottom of the ocean passing fish.
5 veins" acter, because such proof Is necessaryif : along swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic
i "What made 'you Invent such a bor. we are 'to restore to her her mental and shoot fish has just been Inventedb pains use Doan's Pills.
rible tale?" tranquility." ;" a French scientist, writes a Paris Edison's Bug Killer Doan's are especially for poorly

"Penelope Is a decided brunette. I "Well" said Dan "I'll be back: pres"entJy United Press correspondent. When Thomas Edison was a boy he functioning kidneys. Millions of
with the girl's record, and Working in his laboratory ColonelLe for boxes are used every year. Theyare
thought even If she'dld not believe me, Invented an electrical apparatus
recommended the country over.
Prieur has constructed a 12-pound
ruy statement would create in her mlml then-" killing bugs. He was employed in the !
neighbor
: a doubt and a fear that would drive "Out of the darkness Into the sunlight diving apparatus which consists onlyof ; Western Union ollice In Boston, wherehe Ask your
Mac." a light helmet, with two big goggle had formerly
her crazy. went In 1SGS. This oflice DOAN'S PILLS
"What happened after that, Mrs "Well, the next one I finjl In the eyes, and a cylinder of compressed air been occupied by a restaurant

Merton?" darkness will stay there," the chief The cylinder Is worn around the waist and It was infested with swarms Of

"In the morning; she was gone." growled. and connected with the headgear by a cockroaches. They became such a nuisance -
The absence of the Lannywas rubber tube that fits along the spinal Edison oO
:! "How did she go? capable that finally placed

"She made a rope of sheets and a constant reminder to Dr. Stephen column. the wall beside his table two strips 01 II CLASSIFIED ADS II IIt'uiJ
j;!' blankets." Burt of his sole experiment to date in To eliminate the problem of keeping tinfoil. He connected one strip wIth ,

; "Have you seen her since?" a case of dual l personality. He yearned gunpowder dry, the colonel has perfected the positive pole of the battery that!

I "!\o." with an alert scientific yearning to get a compiessed-air carbine which furnished the current to the telegraph
25c: coin for 100 seals of the beautiful -
'.. "Is she dead?" to work on Penelope Gatlin, and when shoots steel arrows with the rapidityof wires and the other strip to the negative <* Chinese Arhor\ltae. Harrisons1. 333 S.
"I do not know. I hope so." Dan McNamara appealed at the office a small machine gun. They are so pole. Thus a cockroach coming In Edlsto. Columbia South Carolina.

Stephen turned to Dan "Any questions one day he saw by the satisfied smirkon thin that they slip through the water contact with both strips was immediately

the McNamara-countenance that all like elongated bullets.It annihilated.
why PUT the Doctor XUMA-KCM: for all
McNamara shook his head owllshlj had gone well. is reported that once a fisherman skin diseases Doctors prescribe It, Price

"I can revive most of the record-per" "Let me see the documents," Stephen hunter gets accustomed to submarine SOc Kansas: ; $1.City KLEE: lisjlluri DHUOS 39th & McGee
AltitudesThe
haps all of It. The captain's record it demanded. shooting his aim soon becomes as goodas Coffee at High
\ McNamara handed over the pile of on terra firm. finest flavored coffee Is grownIn
V In the army flies ; when he married, a
altitudes-as high as 5,000 Modern Science Has Developed a perma
notice of It appeared In the Army and papers. The lightness of the equipment does high forflneivitlsbleealn. sruroitrenoBmo"thand )
f Navy Journal ; with that and what I Iwo "Well, you've done your full duty not Interfere with the movement of feet-and -nuch of It on the fertile of our money-back pyorrbt'Write 8011MllruukeeWL&today;fur IntormlLt1oD

pet out of the officers who sol and have kept the police of various the wearer, who can thus quickly bring slopes of volcanoes. Pertny Co,,F.O. Box
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PAGE FOUR TUB CLEWISTON NEWS I'nIDAY, MAY 10, tom

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News much instead of too little as In di- come accustomed to the sights, but Ing this territory this week, picking 1 politics and the rising price of beef?
The Clewiston
abetes. So pecularily does it cause evidently it Is still a startling occur- ripe tomatoes from the fields and Haven't his diciples had more fun

Published every Friday In Clewiston, its victims to act that it has been ence to others. A Stuart newspaper hauling them to Plant City for can- than a barrel of monkeys and mostof

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, mistaken for many diseases, even in- had the following to say, concerningthe ning-and, with a brand new can- them made a tidy profit besides?

Inc. sanity. St. Lucie canal work: "Want to ning plant in Pahokee! Ripe toma- I. Nobody is squakin but the postal _

Tho cure, then, when your wife see some activity? toes from practically all the fields In authorities and they are getting !4r

Keathley Bowden, Editor becomes so cantankerous, instead of "Do your ears pine for the tatooof this vicinity have gone to Plant City .1 more out of it than anyone else. {
the hammer and the buzz of the They win going and coming. Their
sending her to Reno, or going there this week. And next winter we'll buy

Entered as second class mall matter yourself, is to put her on a diet of saw? these same tomatoes back in cans.+1 I receipts are steadily Increasing in
"Then drive west on Gaines high- the Denver office; over 100 extra
February 1, 1927, at the Post three small meals a day, with bf- 1 1Y
milk with way to Port Mayaca at the west en- (Continued on Page 8)
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under tween-meal snacks of a trance of St. Lucie canal. .' .N'N. .11.N.N.::.NN.1:.11.:.N.N.H. .N.N N. 1'N. .NI. .N1 I
the Act of March 3, 1897. banana or orange juice. Y I
Cases cited to the physicians included "You'll see sights between St. Lu- :: i
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. that of a wife whose husband cie canal anSI Canal Point that will ;% TOO LATE TO :y:: -

Advertising rates on application. complained that she threw dishes, at bring back memories of the boom. You Wreck 'Em
him between meals, about eleven Scores of trucks are busy rebuilding 1 :*: CLASSIFY :|!: !

Devoted to the advancement and o'clock In the morning, would not Conner's Highway. .Big dredges Y *v:* We Fix 'Em
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry let him have a stenographer and throb and grunt as they dig out IYI' ** .
County. the material for the giant Lake .j. ?
generally made life miserable for '
: BY V I II PAINTING BODY AND
Okeechobee levee
now under way I'
him. He was considering sending her
off the Martin :: I IY FENDER WORK: ,
to an insane asylum. The diet treat- county shore under I 'FA RUSSELL KAY I:!:
Venus did a little flirting with the ment resulted in restoring her nor- direction of the Arundel Corporation. TOPS SEAT COVERS,

In the moon this week, but with health and she is happy :Y : UPHOLSTERY
man mal now a "Port Mayaca is being turned intoa .:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;:..:..:..:..:..:- '
all the hordes of scientists and cur- wife in a contented home. I Done by An Expert:
'ious looking on, she merely passed We do not guarantee the remedybut residential suburb for residents of I don't know who the guy was Courteous Service
Pahokee, Canal Point and Belle
by on the other side. it is probably worth a trial. At that started this goofy Send-a-dime
Glade in the rich Work Guaranteed.
least it's interesting. Everglades farm- Prosperity Club, but all I got to say
Chain stores and chain letters ing region. Beautiful new homes are is the boy has got Huey Long, Old I Prices Reasonable.
going up right and left. Thousandsof
Doc. Townsend and Ponzi backed
seem to be the order of the day. As

long as the public patronizes bothso .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ant acres in crops of rich of beans muckland and other are verd-veg- off the boards. !j PIONEERService
liberally efforts to declare them In less than a month he's got the
illegal doesn't seem to make much etables and thousands of people are I whole blamed United States up on Station
RAMBLINGS. employed in tending and harvestingthe its the
difference. ear, postal authorities swear- KELLE GLADE PHONE 10
r crops. in' .and tearin their hair, given em-
Wrecker Service. All Hours
What? no picnic? Waukulla .:. ... . . .. ... ployment to hundreds of people
NN NM :NN M NN NN NN M NN, : :NN, : MNNN:e By the way, work on the Port doubled the office ...
Springs annual political event goes post receipts, -- "J""U" OIO -
"by the board this ,'ear-which Well, Bill Cowart, Sr., certainly Mayaca golf course started day be- boomed business for the paper houses '
fore yesterday. By the fall months, I I
makes gubernatorial aspirants stop doesn't intend to be outdone by Bill and envelope manufacturers, II I
there will be a beautiful course .. .
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bill made thousands prosperous who A : : :-
and ponder the proper method of Cowart, Jr. Young: was winningso
there. Those in charge expect the
announcing one's candidacy withouta many laurels and doing so many were on relief rolls, and all anyonecan I II
to be well started, though the 4
Waukulla picnic.Conceivable notable things that Older Bill gath- grass I' possibly lose as a result is a
course will not be as hard as is considered -
ered a few fishing cronies to be lousy DIME. I
such intimate talks as witnesses to the deed and proceededto best for playing until next The postal authorities have branded Good FarmLand

President Roosevelt has with his pull a most unusual stunt, him- year. the chain letter scheme as illegal
The method to be used in starting
people over the radio could have and threatened to prosecute the fellow -
self.He Bermuda grass is interesting. The who started it, if they can find
prevented the war between the went tarpon fishing in BocaGrande
... is cut hoe without I
grass by diggingup
states had similar advantages been Pass, hooked two tarpon him. But no one who is playing the
availabe for Abraham' Lincoln.- that he landed without undue excitement the roots and scattered more or game is worried about the possibility -

Clermont Press. then he hooked another less uniformly over the fairways. A of losing their DIME. i! for Rent

that was attacked and swallowed bya disc is run over the ground lightlytwo As this i is written it is estimated I '

Advice, usually free, receives little 500 pound shark, so Bill had to or three times-just enough to I that a million or more people have J I
force of the below the
some grass II
attention; people only regard that land the tarpon, shark and all, I their names on Send-a-dime to
surface. Light rolling helps to I
which costs money.-Plant City which he did to his own and his Charity letters. Everyone of them _is
smooth the ground, and Mother Na-
Courier. True-except they consider comrades' thrilling satisfaction aft- having a swell time. None of them -
ture and the rainy season does the .
newspapers. They want all the er a battle that lasted more than are sore at the guy who started it.
rest. This method has been in
use
free publicity possible, but wince at two hours. No one is the least bit sympathetic -
the mention of paid advertising.The -- for a couple of years over on the with the idea that he should be
A number of folks went to Harlem East Coast, It seems, and has been prosecuted. Hasn't he given millions: TrespassersWill

Monday night to attend the Harlem most successful. All that is necessary. about
Montana legislature has pass of people something to think
school's play, "The Gay Troubador", to make Bermuda grow is to get one I Be
ed a law requiring fan dancers to besides the depression, high taxes,
and according to all of them the joint below ground and give it a
wear a costume not less than three
two in young Harlemites were a credit to little water. It is an inexpensive !I ProsecutedThe j jI
pounds, ounces 'weight. Just
why they picked on fan dancers is their community and to their train- method and should come in handy I :.......r..1:.1..N.N NN. "H.1:1:1. :N N. IN. N.N ....NN. .N

J not clear-many costumes on the ing. They showed real historic abil- wherever a good-sized plot of 1.I 'N 1j"; ;;j."t
ground is to 'be planted.
street and the beaches ,wouldn't ity, these young Africans, and were

weigh three pounds.A entirely without selfr-consciousness. I I s I
Even their love-making scenes were Since tomato market prices didn't = FURNITUREBELLE :
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weekly newspaper printed in not stiff, and the whole performancewent hold upi; 'there his been sufficiency'of Iy YI

the Illinois state prison uses one off smoothly and with appar- that splendid vegetable for local I Y

printer, a prisoner, who is about to ent pleasure to the cast. Dr. and consumption. No family is so poor I iY I

complete his 10 year sentence. Au- Mrs. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs. VonMach, that it cannot afford fresh tomatoesfor ;: GLADE :i.: I

thorities have scoured the prison Mr. and Mrs. Kolstad, and Mr. Her- the table now. All that needed

and among the 2,500 prisoners they ring were among those attending.We in a good many cases, is to ask per- :!: FURNITURE COMPANY :i: ClewistonCompany '

cannot find another printer to take mission to go and pick what one YI

his place. The newspaper trade must haven't heard Art or Si complaining needs. I I I *; Belle Glade Florida :: :
foster honest men. about it, but the send-a- There's something wrong with the I j I

dime letters have certainly invaded, present system of transportation' I :;: Next Door To Theatre ::

COWART'S TARPON-SHARK if not swamped Clewiston. The send- and distribution. Trucks from a I I X ..

-- a-dime ones are O. K. as far as we Plant City cannery have been work- :: .. I.':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-----c r.

Few fishermen ever have the are concerned. It is a merry little

thrilling experience of landing two game, and if you want to send a -

fish on one cast, but Bill Cowart, Sr., dime, it is your own business and

topped even that thrill Sunday when certainly no more of a gamble than :: :: ; i: ::
he brought in a shark and a tarponon the slot machines, punch boards, j .. j 0 R iAL E .!.
one cast while tarpon fishing at derby or other operations of chance. + :. .z. :
Boca Grande Pass. However, this selling Good Fellow :z: ': ,:!: :z:

Cowart hung a 45 pound tarpon, letters, at a dollar a throw, does :i: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :: ::

which he began to play. After a few seem to stretching the good old ,I. : .. ..
minutes of this maneuvering, a pocketbook farther than it ought to .. t''i.. .z,
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shark, weighing approximately 550poun'ds be stretched, what with Mother's : .z. ;
n
attacked the tarpon and Day gifts, graduation gifts, and yvY

swallowed tarpon, hook and all. Mr. summer vacation all looking to the yy

Cowart continued fighting his fish same old pocketbook for assistancein yvY

and after a battle that lasted well the near future. 4 yt
y yy
i
over two hours, finally brought it to Barnum was right, there's at least yv
gaff. The shark was killed and the one born every minute. Sometimes y y

unique catch was brought to shore we think there must have been ,.. .z. et- kaby1 't.YY..
by the boat. A: y
twins each time, so numerous have
.. .. Yy.
Mr. Cowart was a member of a the suckers becoms. The chain let- '::. .:.. I .:. ..,' ,.,..IIi'I.
week-end fishing party which included ter, f'r instance, is but another form. ,i. .z, 4 M : i _: ';.. ...........""-

W. C. Nail of Pahokee, Hu- Hundreds of them are being sent out Yy

bert Land, of Clewiston, Ted Danielsof without the sender remitting the yv yy yvxx

Lake Harbor and Charley Lalor lone dime to the name heading the X
and Clyde Hunter of Miami. Three list. .:. .i. .:.I'j.
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other tarpon were landed by the But the worst example we've seen .:. .. 1< ':'t '
.. c. JWN 5 ,.i'
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party on'Saturday. A 97 pounder is of the so-called "Good- : '.'
by: a group .:. .z. .:.,..
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Mr. Cowart, one weighing 68 poundsby Fellow" letters,-you know the ones .'. .z. : ..,
.. .. .z.
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,
Mr. Lalor and a 57 pound one that request the receiver to send a '' ;. .'t. .
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brought by Connally Nail. dollar.. These letters, if you please, : vo:

Joseph Spadaro, who fished with were PRINTED. The type used was 1

the party on Sunday, brought in two typewriter type, and to any but a ':' :y z: I .'y:. .;.

tarpon, and Mr. Lalor brought in close observer would pass for a reg- Xf I x
another one.Saturday ularly typewritten letter. The difference : y 1zM

was the best day of the of course, would be noticed '.' x: .y. ..
season at Boca Grande Pass, according I immediately by a printer, and any- y -' y:
to records which are kept of each. one else to whom the difference was : y y : ;: y y

days' catch. About twenty-five boats pointed out. '''Someone was doing a Y y
y
were in the pass and every one lot of cashing in on that proposition, i y

brought in at least one tarpon, said for no one would PRINT five lettersto L 1''tj g
1.
y
Mr. Cowart. send out. .z.. .... I F .. y.
Of course the game is being played v
DOES SHE NEED A DIET? honestly by hundreds of people, x h xt
y

If you are having difficulties with but instead sport of, it providing will soon a lot degenerate of innocent -- :j: _:: Pay The Balance Like Rent :: f P'

your wife, consider the latest findings into a racket. Perhaps that's
of scientists, who may yet solve why Farley has denounced it. We :: :;: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES *

all the problems of the world. think his worries are premature; ::;:: :: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOMEPIIONH :: :;:
According to reports made to the such fads are short-lived, and noth-

American College of Physicians, the ing people can say about them seem

newly discovered disease, hyperin- to effect their duration. U Clewiston Home Building Association H.t.

sulism, causes its victims to become -- :: : .: :

excessively hungry weak and nerv- We, who have lived in the shadowof .. ::: .i. .:.
ous. It Is the opposite of diabetes, dragyineb and :iconstmctiqn for :!: .!. 102c ::: 'i.
the ability of the body to use too fifteen or more months, have be- '..



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..':N N:N:N:N N N:M:N N:N:N :M:N:N:N:..:N:N..:..:N:N::: W. S. Cowart, W. C. Nail, H. A. period classes.Wednesday t W. T. HULL,

y Land and Ted Daniels, accompaniedby I May 22, 1:00, All 3rd As Clerk of Said Court.J. .

:.: Personal Mention :: Charles Lalor and Clyde Hunterof period classes., Solicitor. M. COUSE, Clewiston, Florida.

Miami spent the week-end at Boca Thursday, May 23, 8:30, All 4th for Plaintiff.No. .

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:M:N.. Grande on a deep-sea fishing trip. period classes. 57-May 3-10-17-24-31, 1935

Thursday, Ma.y 23, 1:00, All 5th'
r C. ,J. Kirk of LaBelle was a busi- -- period classes. I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

\ ness visitor here Wednesday.Mrs. C. F." Trainor, who is working in I TAX DEED
Friday, May 24, 8:30, All 6th per-
i Indiantown, spent the week-end here ,
iod classes. :
Harry Turner was ,shoppingin with Mrs. Trainor and their daughter Notice is hereby given, that Foster

Barbara Ann. He was accompanied Meredith, holder of Tax Certificate

Fort Myers Monday. by R. Vickers of the United States : ROLL OF GRADUATES r No. 1400, 5 day of Sept. A. D. 1932,

Engineers at Indiantown. I C-' "- ;.: has filed said certificate in my office -

Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Peterson are The seven members of the Classof and made application for tax

leaving today for a week's visit in '35, who are candidates for gra- I deed to issue thereon in accordancewith
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ewing left law. Said certificate em-
Jacksonville.Mr. duation on May 24th are:
Tuesday for Huntsville, Ala. Mrs. I braces the following described prop-
William Slater Cowart, Jr., George -
'
Ewing will remain there for an indefinite erty situated in Hendry County, .

and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., and stay and Mr. Ewing will return -: Clinton Bestor, Pearl Ada Brant- Florida, to-wit:
H. Berner were visitors in I ley, Mary\ Evelyn Hare, Merrell J. : Lot 12, Block 405 Clewiston. ::j
Mrs. C. to Clewis ton after a brief visit L/A; -
Lowe, Emma Laura Bethea, and Lily I The !
assessment of said property
Fort Myers Saturday. there and with his brother in Abbe I
Merle Wynn. under the said certificate issued
ville, Ga. I
Fr. was in the name of John W. Meyers.
Maj. and Mrs. R. H. Collins spent
ELEMENTARY CHAPEL TODAY Unless said certificate shall be
the week-end in Miami visiting
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robbins and redeemed according to law, tax

friends. children returned to their home in The following program has been deed will issue thereon on the 4th !
Their Faces day of June, A. D. 1935. ';
.' Miami this week after a visit. of prepared by Mrs. Prewitt's room for
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare spent Dated this 3rd day of May, A. D. ,
several weeks with Mr. Robbins' sister presentation in Elementary Chapel
Saturday and Sunday in West Palm 1935. :
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and Mr. today: Are Red! J
:- Beach.; .." (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
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': Beardsley. Song.America.Bible .
:; Clerk Circuit Court Hendry ."

t Mr. and MrsHenry!: Bassett of Reading-Fred Gary. THEIR faces are red-these County, Florida.

Fort Meade were week-end guests in :Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Barrentineand Prayer. I tomatoes- but they No. 58. May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.
two sons left Wednesday for "Golden Keys"-Eight 2nd grade have nothing to blush about. '1 1In
.' Clewiston. They aren't aware of their
.. Bradenton to make their home. :Mr. pupils. popu- II
larity perhaps, but actually they'reInvited
Barrentine, who has operated the Play-"The Wolf and the 7 Kids". j
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dotterer to more meals than any the Circuit Court, Twelfth Judicial ,
.
t-' were shopping in West Palm Beach B and B market here for several Sony: "Brownieh"-Class.! other vegetable. Circuit of Florida, In and For .

Saturday. months, has been transferred to Play-"Reading the News." -- Just look over your favorite recipes Hendry County. In Chancery '

Bradenton.The i Solo-Lawrence Guthrie. and see how many of them ,..
.
include tomatoes in some form or
-- Award of Ribbons for Field Day R. E. Smiley, ) :
of Jacksonvilleoffice 0
Lt. Peter Feringa, I other. Soups, sauces, meats, vege '
of U. S. Engineers, was in many friends of young Con- ; Winners. tables, salads, cocktails and des Complainant) ':7::

Clewiston on business Tuesday. rad Clark, son of Mrs. Fred Hopper, serts-they are all made better by I Vs. ) :j jI

are glad to learn that he is making I' COMMENCEMENT: : PLANS that delicious and healthful blush- Annie Smiley, ) ,,
I ing tomato. I Defendant ) :;
following for
progress an operation
"" Mrs. G. H. Small and Mrs. C. E. NOTICE
appendicitis at the Belle Glade hos- Plans for the Baccalaureate Ser-
fLI:; Miner spent Sunday visiting in La- Let 'Em BlushIf I It appearing by the affidavit appended -
Belle. pital :Monday. "Connie" as he is mon and for the Graduation Exercises to the Bill of Complaint In

known to most Clewiston residentsis have been completed, and will be you like fresh tomatoes, be the above entitled cause that the de- ,;;

Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Bever of Fort generally known and popular printed in full next --week. sure that they do blush. For the fendant, Annie Smiley, is a residentof

;I :Myers spent the week-end in Clew- here., The Baccalaureate Sermon will be merely pink tomatoes, hard and Savannah, Chatham County, Geor- l
Dr. D. Jenkins Williams I under-sized which are shipped to that she is the ot 1
:,,> iston on business. preached by northern climates the gia, and over age
!;.; Among those attending the thea- minister of the Clewiston our during 21 years, and that there is no person ;
winter, are hardly recognizable as
: tre in Belle Glade Sunday were Mr. Community Church, who has been a within the state of Florida the serv- o:!
.
r Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Shuler spent the same fruit that ripens in the ''
I I the week-end in Belle Glade with and Mrs. T. B. Shelley, :Mr. and :Mrs.R. popular and ever-ready friend of I gardens until it is large, deep ice of a summons in chancery on '
whom would bind the said defend- ;
D. Whiddon, Mrs. C. R. Cruze: the school this year. The services crimson and full-flavored-full of
;
I t relatives. II ant, it is thereupon ordered that the ;
; x \ Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman, Mr. I will be in the school auditorium I juice and health-giving properties. said defendant be and: appear to the ,

Mrs. Arch Maloy and her mother, and Mrs. A. A. Munroe,. :Mrs. C. F. 1 Sunday night, May 19th. I always Canned of the tomatoes blushing, of type.course They, are I said Bill of Complaint on or before

r ; ; Mrs. Brogdon, of Moore Haven visited Trainor, Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Dr. Nevin H. Schaaf, of Coral have been picked from the pickof the 6th day of May, 1935, other-

,d' friends in Clewiston Tuesday. Wilson; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Berner Gables, will deliver the address at the crop at their prime, and wise same will proceed ex parte. .'

-- and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Crouch. the graduation exercises Thursday they have been quickly put into It Is Further Ordered, that this '

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie were evening, May 24th. Dr. Schaaf serv- cans so that their natural good Notice be published once a week for "
ness is preserved. It is these four consecutive weeks in the Clew-
business visitors in Okeechobee Attending the diamond ball gamein ed the Community Church a few
I canned tomatoes that we have iston News of general
a newspaper
Tuesday.Mrs. West Palm Beach Thursday night, months __last fall and is greatly be-
come to rely on as an all-year circulation in Hendry County.
when the Clewiston team played the loved and admired in the community.
-
round treat. Have :you tried the Done and Ordered at LaBelle,

I H. L. Delaney of LaBelle Alfar Creamery team were T. B. following simple way of using I Florida, this 1st day of May, 1935.

<:"i" visited her daughter, Mrs. Harry Shelley, Bedar Nail, R. D. Whidden, The Senior Class will hold its canned tomatoes? (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,

Turner Friday. Leslie :Miller, Coburn Moore, Mr. class day exercises next Thursday Scalloped Tomatoes Scotch Clerk Circuit ,Court.

and Mrs. Gratton George, Mrs. Glenn morning in the auditorium. Parents Style: Bring to boiling the con Louis O. Gravely,
tents of one No. 2 can of tomatoes,
I -:" Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Kennedy of Etherton, Cy Cruze, Ed Clark, Jun- and friends are invited to this pro- three-fourths teaspoon salt, one Solicitor for Complainant..
'. ior Thomas, H. O. Peters C. R. No. 59-May 3-10-17-24-31, 1935 ,
Fort Myers were callers on Dr. and gram. tablespoon sugar and a few grainsof

Mrs. D. Jenkins Williams on Wed- Friedlund and Charles Roberts. pepper. Add one-half cup of

, nesday.. - ST. MARGARET MARY'S CHURCH quick-cooking rolled oats and pour
THE COMMUNITY CHURCHRev. CATHOLIC into a buttered baking dish. Cover COTTAGE
the top with buttered crumbs and
Mrs. C. F. Trainor and daughter, D. Jenkins Williams, Minister bake in a hot oven-375 degreesfor FOR RENTG.

Barbara Ann, left Thursday for Daytona to minutes. This
thirty forty
9:45 a. m. Sunday School. Father F. J. Finnegan, Pastor
Beach where they will visit Mr. serves six persons.* L. Cantrell, 2 Miles
C 10:45 a., m. Junior Church. Confessions before Mass.
'mil i and Mrs. Al Trainor.
\{ 6:30 p. m. Pioneers. Mass on Sunday Morning at 8:30. East of Clewiston On
,
Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. M. E. 7:45 p. jn. Evening Worship: Mass at St. Mary's Church, Pa I address is 530 Diversey Boulevard,

Von Mack and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw "Mother". hokee, at 10:30 every Sunday Highway
Chicago, Illinois; and to Robert J.
spent the, day Thursday with Mrs I ---- -
PAY INCREASE Olsen whose residence is
FOR CHAIRMANAND unknownif
G. A. Yon of South Bay. MRS. H. O. PETERS IS GIVEN
SURPRISE PARTY THURSDAY I MEMBERS OF STATE R. D.Tallahassee living, and if dead, against all Cantrell's Stock Farm

persons unknown to the Plaintiff,
:, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Olin
)'. Carleton, Mrs. J. W. Moore and Mrs. Friends of Mrs. H. O. Peters sur- May 9-F N ._ and whose names and places of resi- Buys and Sells

"', Martha S. Ludekens were visitors In prised her on Thursday afternoon Pay increased for the chairman and I dence also are unknown, having or Cattle, Hogs, Mules
members of the State Road Depart-
t West Palm Beach today. with a housewarming shower at her claiming any interest in the property
home in the ment, creation of a departmental auditing .
Shult apartments. and Poultry.
0' -- bureau and technical changesin I below described by, through or '.
l: Mrs. M. D. Geiger, Mrs. C. J. Guests were Mrs. C. W. McDonald, under the said Robert J. Olsen, and
5 Lovvorn and Mrs. H. L. Speer of Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. V. A. Allen, the present setup so as to permit Located 2 miles East of Clewistonon
acceptance of PWA appropriationsare if the said Robert J. Olsen be mar- .
Canal Point were visitors in Clewiston Mrs. R. J. Nebiker, Mrs. R. N. Highway.A.
asked in a series of bills before ried, then to -Olsen, his wife,
Monday. Smith, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. G.
the Senate with approval of the whose and residence
C. Poole and Mrs. I. M. Pafford. given name are

Mr. and Mrs.-E.-W. Digges and roads and highways committee.The unknown, and in the event such- J. LITTLE

," children, Josephine and Billy, and MRS H. R. ,HALL ENTERTAINSDELIGHTFULLY measures would raise the -Olsen, wife of Robert J. Olsen, "'

Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw were visitorsin AT BRIDGE chairman's salary from $4,800 a be dead, then to all persons un- I OsteopathBy
year to $6.000 and monthly pay of
West Palm Beach Saturday. -- known to the Plaintiff whose names ;
Mrs. H. R. Hall entertained her members from $50 to $100. Appointment -
and places cf residence are also unknown -
} Mrs. H. A. Mrs.: R. y: Pat- bridge club Wednesday afternoon at
Bestor having or claiming an interest HARBOR FLORIDA
i LAKE ,
her home Arcada XEnEVE UE?
terson, Bob Patterson and Billy on avenue. in the property below described I

:- Cowart were in West Palm Beachon Mrs. I. M. Pafford, making high by, through or under said -----

business Saturday. score, received first prize, a purple Tallahassee, May 9-F N S.- Olsen, either as heirs, devi3ces,

feather duster. Mrs. Fred R. Max- Florida does not need a sales tax if grantees or otherwise:

i E'II :Mr. and :Mrs. E. W. Digges and well, low, a lovely handkerchief.Mrs. the legislature tightens present tax You and each of you are hereby ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON

I children were guests of :Mr. and :Mrs. Dave Alston the cut prize, a.. collection laws and develops to the commanded to be and appear at the REQUEST
bonbon dish. fullest extent its present sourcees of Court House in LaBelle, Hendry I
I Joseph Spadaro at Boca Grande Florida, in the office of the
County,
Others playing were Mrs. C. W. revenue, State Comptroller Jim Lee I C. E. STEBEL
Sunday and :Monday. Clerk of said Court on Monday, the
McDonald, Mrs. A. A. Monroe, ,Mrs. told newspapermen at a recent con-
and
1935 then
3rd. day of June, I
J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. G. C. Poole, and ference.
I; Mrr> :M. J. Hirsh of Orlando has there to file your written Electrical ContractingPHONE
; Mrs. G. B. Thomas. The comptroller reported at
! joined Mr. Hirsh here where, they was ance, (personally or by appear-I 2121
Delicious cold plate, crackers and work his state financial
on own pro- and thereafter to file with
are visiting Mr. and :Mrs. J. N. Nib-
II lack. iced cup cakes were served to the gram for consideration by finance your written defenses, if any, PAHOKEE, FLORIDA

players after the game.SCHOOL and taxation committees of (he I Bill of Complaint in said suit at the

--- House and Senate.LEGAL 00, time prescribed by law, which said Agent for
Mrs. P. M. Wright and daughter I filed
II Bill of Complaint was
ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
GENERAL
Nancy, and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were NEWS I herein by W e I I s- R 0 y a I I
shopping in Fort Myers Wednesday the
I Lumber Company for pur- RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES
afternoon.Mr. .
NOTICESIN pose of establishing and ,foreclosinga
lien for materials furnished in the
and Mis. A. H. King and son, EXAMS APPROACH construction of certain buildings on

James Wynn visited Conrad Clarkin the following described lands in

the Belle Glade hospital Tuesday The announcement of the sche- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Hendry County, Florida, to-wit: L. B. MershonAGENT -
dule for final examinations brought TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Block 385
evening. 'I' Lots 13 and 17 of ,
I FLORIDA IN AND FOR HENDRY
I
I a vivid realization to all the, students COUNTY.IN in the City or Townsite of

that the end of school is rapidly Clewiston, Florida, as per' recorded -
I Miss Marcia ,Avant, Mrs. H. A. ap- CHANCERY. I!
Land and Gene, Mrs. Ulla Jac- preaching. Exams for the seven I maps and plats thereof.
)son -- York Life
No-
this
ordered that New
sen-I I I It is further
obsen and L. M. Durrance spent iors begin Monday morning, .!May WELLS-ROYAL LUMBER ) tice be published in the Clewiston

Sunday at Fort Myers Beach. but all other classes will continue COMPANY, )
News, a' newspaper of general cir- Insurance CompanyARCADIA
f regular schedule till noon Tuesday'I Plaintiff, ) culation published at Clewiston,

m { Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Dean and Professor Stanley has posted the VS. ) Florida, once a week for four con- FLORIDAJ.

baby of Belle Glade have recently following: I II I LAURA N. HOLDSWORTH, ) secutive weeks prior to June 3, 1935. .

; moved here and are occupying the I Monday, May 20, 8:30, Trigonom,I ET .AL., ) DONE AND ORDERED at La-
etry. Defendants. ) Belle, Hendry County, Florida this
I r Ezelle apartment. Mr. Dean is associated I I I
) the 6th day of April, A. D., 1935.
I with the U. S. Engineers. Monday, May 20, 1:00, Democra M. COUSECounselor
FORECLOSURE I .
LIEN
I I cy. ) (OFFICIAL SEAL AFFIXED)

I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King were Tuesday, May 21, 8:30: English I ORDER- ) OF PUBLICATION W.As T.Clerk HULL of the Circuit and Attorney at Law

the Clewiston visitors attend- .
among III. .
Building
: Court Hendry County, Hopkins
ing graduation exercises of the I Tuesday, May 20, 1:00, Chemist-I IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF Florida.A and Saturdays

Moore Haven High School last evening ery and all 1st period classes. I FLORIDA, GREETINGS: true copy.ATTEST Wednesdays

Wednesday, May 22, 8:30: All 2nd i To Leonard 0. Holdsworth, whose : i-. 9:30 to -JUOQV"
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FINNEY OF THE FORCE SSJZSS: Hatless-and SpeechlessI


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WHERE A COP DUMB COP -.. .
i' LOSE ENVY
GOT )HISSTOLE ADGE'
RIGHT PART o'wsUNIFORM CHANGE REPORTEDA

GFF'rJ HIM- ORSqUPME't.1' / ZooTn boastful American was holding
\ fourth on the merits of his watch toa
number of uninterested clubmen. At

_- last one of the men decided. he could !
stand it no longer.
"That's nothing," he interrupted. "I .p
.
dropped my watch Into the Thames a ,
year ago, and It'g been running ever
since."

I The American looked taken aback. ,
"What!1" he exclaimed "the same V .
watch?" V

The other rose and slowly moved to
the door. : V'V'j

"No," he replied, "The Thames.
London, :Express.

Vd NER IrpD HECK Flo FINr1EY//-weLL' AND HE KNOWS .

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1 Every now and then some simple

w lr.rts told me my face was idea comes along and creates a
m W..t.rn N.wapap.r Unto
lassie.. What Is classic furor-and every one wonders whyit
"Oh, most anything old." (f hadn't happened[ before! Like
this perfectly grand house dress

I THE FEATHERHEADS .J$mOiborn: Un Raise the Dough Would Have Been Difficult which has been designed. Its long
coat lines make one appear slim as
"W Il, my dear sir, said the medi-
"{EAHeVS'.j I THE eERIE..NCE:.. cal man, beaming at his new patient, a rail while at work: about the house,
WELL- YoU S- BROOKS \ HE'S HAt: POM'T SEEM TO KEEP "and I suppose you followed my pre- and It gives much freedom of move-
ANOTHER scription?" ment. Its greatest feature, of course,
GoT 'IMTb HIM OUT OF MISCHIEF\
SCRAPE' -toD&I ,(- *: "Good. gracious, no, doctor," returned Is the fact you can slip it on and
WHAT WAS the other. "I should have: broken my not be bothered by mussing your hair
I 'CHE -rROuBL."E- IT Novi700 I neck if I had. I or twisting your neck-just a dive.
SETS 1 INTO I' The doctor staggered back. into it and it's on. It is attractive -

HE. HE WENT To "Eh, what?" he ejaculated. I In colored cotton. broadcloth, percale
SINCE. I "The other doctor who came to look or pique print, substantial materials
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CO L L GE1M ---
well its coat
ieW4 at me threw It out of my bedroom( window lendlngthemsel'es; -to
1 ," said the patient.-Answers Mag. lines.
I. azlne. Pattern 20is!!: available in sizes!'

It 1C, IS, 20, 34, SO, 38, -10I, ::?, 44 and
Too Much Change in Hours 4G. Size SO takes -1% yards :1)0 inch .- ,
A farmer had peen visiting relativesin fabric and % yard contrasting. Illustrated e

the city, but was glad to.get back step-by-step sewing Instructions ;.I
home. included.
"Don't you enjoy city life?" a neighbor Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c: ) in
asked ,him. coins or stamps (coins preferred) for
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"Oh, it wouldn't. so bad I guess, this pattern. Write plainly name,
If I could get used to going to bed at address, and style number. BE
my usual getting up time." SURE TO STATE SIZE

'NE"LL-Htt PICKED/ UP A COUPLH YEAH To E- Address orders to Sewing- Circle
SEE BTC_ S Love Must Wait Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth -
OF G\RL.S\ ; AND, ETC / coLLEGE BRED 'rAK
AND NOW HE'S HELD F=OR. r-J L- A uo-r OTA = pouGN "There goes the only \yoman. I have Street, New York City.
F2ECKI.ESS: DRtVItJCY: ever loved," commented the doctor who
was chatting with the drug store man.
ALL THE\ MOt4E / don't the
"Why you marry. her? APPROPRIATE"Why
14PARENTS' drug man inquired.
PEN-r ON HIM- "I can't afford to," whispered the do you call jour wife
doctor. "She's best patient"- "
.my Bill?
Pathfinder Magazine. "Because every time I come hdnip

she's got; something new I know I'll

;;; 1W'I Force of Habit get a bill for"-Cincinnati Enquirer,

; The dentist dived into his tool box
for a spark: plug wrench, bent over the_ Both Barred
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ol hood of his car, and said, with a Correspondent-On your southern
r
smile designed to ?allay all nervous- seacoast I noticed some fine loca-.
ness: tions for surf bathing.Minister .

,: "Xow, open your mouth wide, -Sir, under the Soviet
please." government there never will be either .
: serfs or bathing. -
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David was telling his little cousin Teacher-What are you crying' for,

rtr:;.,.' something which attracted grandma's Bobby
;. attention when she heard, him say: Bobby-You told me to stand In the
: .. "And there was a little boy and his corner for the present-and you have
;l' name was Umbiella." not given me a present Ai
I;'J Grandman told him little boys didn'thave '
names like that, to which he replied The Proviso"Don't

i : :you believe It is right for a I
;/r "Well, grandma, this is a fairy story. man to say exactly what he things
f:, I'm telling"-Indianapolis News "Yes," replied Miss Cayenne; "pro- II I I I 1\_ '(I)0"
;; vided thinks."
he really
lii/. EXPLAINED "Why dl n't. you marry that girl?" i
"Another woman came between us."
ASLEEP AT THE SWITCH "Huh."
don't see why you call Crow stu-
"Just as I started to propose the
pid. He says a clever thing quite
H i t, often." telephone girl cut me off!I" '
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r "Exactly. He doesn't seem to real- ;
ize !it should be said only once." What the Iceman Said
"- Boy-Daddy, If you give me 10 cents
I'll tell you what the Iceman said to
An Elevating Subject 4f
'ThIs paper says that a man talksof mamma. M4v ft'THE
Dad (all excited)-O. K., son, here's
flying to, the moon. Do you think
dime.BoyHe.
your
he can?
said, "Do want Ice
you any
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course, he can. Anybody can
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today, lady?
talk about flyingto the moon." ,

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d Not Particular f
.1 "What Is the origin of blue Monday "You only married me because my -- Coxswain hear that Sadie Is secretly -
"I've heard it was first regarded blue uncle left me some money." "Latin America can't understand us." married to a fireman on the
by Diogenes, who was turned out of "Nothing of the kInd. I'd have married I "Why is that?" Detroit.
his tub on account of Its being V'Dsh'day. you whoever left 1C to ,you."- I "We don't average a revolution one Seaman-Oh, he knows It all right.U. .
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IMPROVED Preston E. Webster, clerk: of PortAge FROM GIRL TO WOMANMrs. <

BRISBANE UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL county, Wisconsin, was confronted t t W. P. Gillespie of .,
i : with an unusual! problem when he 11 Glendale Place N. W. '.";
g rrclItRE Atlanta, Ga., said: "Some :
collected certain alimony paymentsat y days I would become melan- '{j
THIS WEEK SUNDAY LessonBy Stevens Point, Wis. He receivedone choly and dizziness and ',"
L headaches were frequent. I ;
I' dressed pig. two dressed chick- did not know what a normal

REV. P. B. FITZWATER D. D.. ens, six cauliflowers, six I heads of -a' night's rest was and I .:
Member of Faculty Moody Bible IT$00.. dreaded mealtime. I took
f. Watch Your Eye-Lens Institute of Chicago cabbage, one barrel of rye Hour, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- .,
Western Newspaper Union. A'Cole'manLANTERN scription and after the sec I
Frightened to Death three bushels, of potatoes "and six ond bottle my health was back to normal and
All pumpkins.Dr. I felt fine again. All dnijKists. "
Possess Language Write to Dr. Pierce's Clinic\ Buffalo, N. V,
Eating Bark and Earth Lesson for May 12 Coleman Lanterns (turn for tree medical advice. '
Pierce's Favorite Prescription\ makes night into day! Give plenty PRICED AS LOW ASof J
Important news for life insurance weak women strong. No alcohol. Sold light.for every outdoor '$5.95 COMPLETE ,
companies. A tendency to old 'age or THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH by druggists in tablets or liquid. Adf. job of weather.at night In Up every to 300 kind candlepower brilliance.

early death is Inherited Pyrex glass globe makes it wind-proof, rainproof
LESSON TEXT-Ephesians 4:1-7, and insect-proof. Can't spill fuel even 'k/
accordingto tl-16; Acts 2:41-45. Water the House Plants if tipped over. :Fine for night work around ,
Dr. Felix Bernstein GOLDEN TEXT-So we, being many, barns feed lots, garage and cellar; for lightIng HAIR -
House plants will have to be watered lodges clubs and cabins. It's the Removes Dandruf!'-SIloPI Hair
up Falling 1'1
of Columbia are one body in Christ, and every one '
more often now than they were Light: of a Thousand Uses". Impart Color and _'-
Romans
members of another.-
university i 1 who one See your hardware or honsefurnishing deal Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair
during the winter months. A warmer hoc and{ at DrnerlaU.
12:5.PRIMARY er. If he doesn't handle, write us. \\vb '
Ht Chem > .
talked to the TOPIC-Going to God's Peox J atrtoTi w N T. .
temperature; ,and brighter sun- THE COLEMAN LAMP 6- STOVE CO.
National Academyof House. FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in :
JUNIOR TOPIC-What Church Is. shine will dry the pots out much Wichita, Bans; Chicago, ill; .
Science in Chi a Los Angeles, Calif.Phaadelphla, Pa.: hair soft and fluffy 60 cents by mail or at drug .. :'J-'JconncctionwithParker'sHa.irBa1sam.Makesthe
cago. A scientist IC-What INTERMEDIATE the Church AND Is SENIOR For. TOPr-' more rapidly.! Toronto,Ontario,Canada. (5129) gists.Hiscox Chemical Works, Patchogue,N.Y. ;

can tell how old you YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC ,.
are. physically, by -The Nature and Work of the ...

of examining the It lens always Church. i : QQQ Gf @L : makes : !'

r your shows eye. signsof I. What It Is (Eph. 3:3-0)). fr. a pufouf ..

It Is the body of redeemed men and -
H hardening before women of Jews and Gentiles called out ; .
fifty the extent of
the ;hardening de- from the world, regenerated and unitedto "'L SAY, YOU'RE DIZZY DEANAREN'T ,jt STICK 'EW UP'!' AN' :
j Arthur Urhbane Jesus Christ as head and to each tifit'
I cides how old YOU ? WILL YOU MAKE, IT FAST
you other by the Holy Spirit (I Cor. 12 :13). FOR Tf: /
really are., SIGN THIS BASEBALL
II 1. It unknown in Old Testament
The rest of your body-brain, was ME ? GIVE ME THAT, .
heart and all the rest-grows old ,times (Eph. 3:5( 6)). BALL QUICK : ;A

about as rapidly as the eye-lens does.Leaving 2. It was predicted by Christ Matt. ;.. ;: r ..,,: ':,']

1C:1S). Shortly before Christ went to "
out accidents and attacksby Ti; I
the he of the Church as "
cross spoke '
disease
germs, there Is a sort of % '. -jj
still In the future. He said, "I will -', .;
"pre-destination"
in the length of :}
I "
I J!:. life. build my church. i .]
3. If came into being at Pentecost "

(Acts 2). .
Two brothers, fifteen and ten yearsof fro' !

,. age, with a young' friend, were go- II. Christ Is the Head of the Church /; \ ,.,

ing to an entertainment last Christ (Eph. 1:22, 23).

mas night. George Bond and Carl Jesus Christ is to the Church what ".i W'%. :!
the head is humao He is
the
to body.
McMurty of Bluff
Poplar Mo.,
thought It would be amusing to so vitally its head as to direct all its ,.,_// ;s:7z: MJ / :,4

activities.III. // :
frIghten the children by running : '

after .them, telling them, "You will] The Unity' of the Church (Epn. r dail/..,./. % / '< '" ,

I never live to get' there." 4:4-0). I .- I
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: Having in verses 1-3 of this chapter : -

The,The little two ten-year-old older\ boys "got boy, there.James" set forth the, virtues necessary for the THERE'S THE FAST ::.:..::.. I IF IT HAONT BEEN FOR YOUR ; .,.Y? ,; ";i iI

realization and maintenance unityIn ONE YOU CALLED >: FAST-THINKING HE'D HAVE
Ainley, dropped dead of fright as the
men pursued him. A sensible jury the Church, In verses 4he sets V k FOR ROBBED THE, EXPRESS CAR !
down the fundamental unities which
decides that, the two men shall spendsix
make unity of the body. NOTHINdG\
months in' jail and pay 8100 fine SHUCKS THAT'S I
1. One body (v. 4). Since all relievers -
for their "Joke." The jury might HE! WAS A SETUP FOR
have been united to Christ by
well have made It ten years, for It A SMOKE BALL
faith, they are members of the one x
was stupid manslaughter. There Is
body of which he is the head.
nothing more brutal, cruel or mora
2. One Spirit (v. 4). This is the
completely worthy of a genuine "ya
Holy Spirit. He Is the agent in re-
hoo" than frightening children. I\AWg ? .. .
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generation and the baptizer Into the

one body and is the animating life unit-
Secretary of Interior Ickes, who
Ing the believers to Christ and 'to one
also possesses the gift of'forcible '

speech, calls Senator Long "a ranting another. iw;
demagogue." describes 3. One_hope .(v., 4)), Completed re- %f rt g
more F- Y
demption at the coming of the Lord is i9
gently, one other well known broadcaster -
the Christian's
hope. 1
and rebukes, without mentioning
4. One Lord (v. 5)). The one rulerof Iu
his name. Doctor Townsend, D
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the Church is the Lord Jesus Christ.
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whom he accuses of arousing false
5. One faith (v. 5). This faith is the
In
(if. hopes the. "underprivileged.
Senator one doctrine which centers In Christ GOSH, DIZZY I WISH 1 WAS EAT GRAPE-NUTS'SON, "av ;;

:) never falling Huey him.Long able, his to. speak language his and the one Instrument which unites A FAST-THINKER LIKE YOU 1/1 LIKE I DO. ITS ONE OF

I mind freely In the senate, addressing the believer to Christ. 4.r; ; ..Z.SONTO. V..; ,, .. THE SWELLEST ENERGY-
I 6. One baptism (v. 5). This means
, that august body, describes the secret MAKERS THERE ISM %:vh
vi
,; the baptism of the Holy Spirit-that THINK FAST YOU COT TO BE
tary of in'terior' "Lord Chamberlain
as
High -
, sovereign act of the Spirit which unites WIDE-AWAKE ALL THE TIME. AND THAT
i.
Ickes, the chinch-bug of Chi
'. cago." believers to Jesus Christ as head and TAKES PLENTY OF ENERGY. I CAN SHOW GEE, DIZZY, IT

to each other as members of his body.' YOU ONE SWELL WAY TO TASTES GREAT TOO!
Secretary of Agriculture Wallace 7. One God and Father of all (v. 0)).

he called the "Lord Destroyer, the This is the almighty Creator and Sus- '' GET THATOLD'ENEaGY.

ignoramus of Iowa." tainer of the universe.IV. TOO IF YOUtl HAVE -

.I '- How the Church Grows (Eph. BREAKFAST WITH ME fJi ZO M

i: We complain of our depression 4:11-10)). It Is through the ministry of,

with good cause.Ve might find certain officials having the gifts of the
: queer consolation In reading about Spirit

miserable inhabitants of Formosa, 1. Gifts bestowed upon the Church.

property of Japan. Inhabited chiefly (v. 11)). -

by Chinese, who made up SO per cent i a. Apostles. These were appointedby

of the sufferers and victims In the Christ to superintend the preachingof

l recent earthquake.In the gospel in all the world and the .>... .. .. ..... r -- .

.p In Formosa, men, women and chil creation of an authoritative body of
Boys Girls! Valuable Prizes Free!
Get
,' dren have been stripping the bark teaching, the Scriptures. .
:, from elm trees and eating It and they i b. Prophets. These ministers were I

may be seen on barren fields pullingup given for the expounding of the Scrip- \ Join Dizzy Dean Winners. wear membership pin

wild grass by the roots, washingand tures.c. .7PIKY-i>.?S ftnifffeRra get the Dizzy Dean Winners ring

eating the roots, as well as the Evangelists. These seem to have '<..Y

grass Itself. Many have died from been traveling missionaries.d. Dizzy Dean Winners MembershipPin. Just send the top from one full-size blue-and-yellow Grape-

; eating bran mixed with earth and Pastors and teachers. The pas- Solid bronze, with red enam- Nuts package, with your name and address, to Grape-Nuts, u
water, the earth causing death by intestinal tor was a shepherd-teacher, the two eled proud lettering.to wear.: A Free pin, with you'll club be Battle Creek, Mich., for your membership pin and free copy
stoppage. functions inherent in the one ofllce. manual, for 1 Grape-Nuts pack- of the club manual: "Win with Dizzy Dean," containing list w
age-top. In ordering membership of 37 nifty free prizes.And to have loads r
Those poor creatures' have a real 2. The object of the ministry of the pin,ask for Prize No. 301. of '
energy start eating Grape-Nuts ,
depression, with rich Church (v. 12)). yMe, l
no government Dizzy Dean Winners Ring. Something rightaway. Ithasa winning flavor all its
.' i to pour out billions for jobs, a. "Perfecting of the saints." Perfecting you'll prize. 24-karat gold- / own-crisp, nut-like, delicious! A prod-
I relief, dole the plate tree for 2 Grape-Nuts pack- uct of General Foods.
etc. means mending of that age.tops.ln ordering ring, be sure
---- which has been rent ; the adjusting of to ask for Prize No. 307. (This offer expires Dec. 31, 1935.)

Newspaper editors, that ought to something dislocated.b. .

know something about" prosperity, gathered "For the work of the ministry"v. ,-
,
In New York from all" over the ( 12). The perfecting of the saints
:
.I country, tell you they see a "business has as Its object the qualification to

pickup," better times are coming. ThatIs render efficient! service.c. GUESS WHAT'TH REGULAR Y-ES AND
a cheerful prediction. "Edifying of the body of Christ." ,


I: Some boys In high schools, and bigger : Edify 3. The means duration to build of the up.Church's min' PRIG Of CALUMET BAKING THE NEW CAN

boys In colleges, recently organized istry (v. 13). It Is to continue untila.

\i'' a "strike": to express their horror There Is unity of faith.b. POWDERS\ NOW ONLY [ IS SOEASY

!' \il of war. We come Into the knowledge of ,

War Is horrible It should the Son of God. Unity of faith can /
; be, and -i tf A POUND /
eventually will be, unnecessary. But only be realized when the members of 2 TO OP- N.1' ,

.. there is some good In all evil, and the Church come to know Jesus Christ

young students and others hould re- as the very Son of God.c. .

flect on A perfect man; which Is the meas-
past wars and what modern i- ; Ov r s
f civilization owes to them. ure of the stature of Christ. b

I ". i}.1 4. The blessed Issue of the ministryof

I Germany wants colonies, and Is embarrassed the Church (vv. 14.16)).

by the fact that this would a. Not tossed to and fro and carried r
, about by every wind of doctrine ( .
; mean taking in n great many black v. 14)
f Knowledge of Christ as the Son of
ladles and gentlemen that by DO: stretch very
l of the imagination could be called God Is the sure defense against the efforts -

"Aryans." The German government of cunning men.b. .

announces that, while It could not admit Speaking the truth In love (vv.

negroes to German citizenship, as 15, 16)). Holding the truth of Jesus

:"' Britain does in her colonies, black colonial Christ as the Son of God in the spiritof
negroes would be "Schutzbefoh- sincerity and love will Issue In the

t': lene," with every right except the right symmetrical development of believers,

to adopt Aryan strut. causing them to grow up In him as ',
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY pending In the Circuit Court of the
Twelfth Judicial Circuit of Florida in
i ri PARTY RECIPES FOR and for Hendry County, In Chancery,

(Continued from Page 4) wherein, a Central corporation Farmers'as Trust Trustee Company Is

plaintiff and The Southern Sugar Com
to work and others on
men were put pany, a corporation, et al, arc defendants -
the regular forces have been draw will on Monday. June 3, 1935 be -
I CHILDREN the hours of eleven o'clock. A. .f
ing down over-time. M., and two o'clock P. M:, at the front r-
door of the County Court House In La-
Threats of a thousand dollar fineor Belle Florida, offer for sale and sell at

prison term for everyon"e mixedup I II II II public bidder outcry for cash to, the the following highest and describedreal best

on the racket have been made property, to-wit:

but the problem of sending a million IN HENDRY COUNTY FLORIDAAll
of Sections 12, 14 and 22 In
Americans to jail is a bit I
or more Township 44 South Range 33 East;
more than Mr. Farley would like to'; Fractional Section 13, Fractional
I Section 23 North of the old Meander
contemplate right at this time.It I Line of Lake Okeechobee, all of
has also been hinted that the Sections 24, 25, 26 and 36, In Town
ship 43 South Range 34 East;
Government might confiscate these All of Sections 2, 7 (except theSE
dime-laden letters and take the mon I I !/4' Of SE 4)). 8, 10 12. 14. 15, 18,
19 20, 22, 23, 24, 26 27, 28, 30. 31. 32,
ey on the grounds that it is illegal, 34 and 35 In Township. 44 South,
but can't you just hear the HOWL Range 34 East;
qr All of Sections 2. 3. 7, 8, 11. 12,
that would go up if they attemptedsuch 14, 15 and 18, In Township 45 South
drastic measures? I Range 34 East.
IN PALM BEACH COUNTY. FLORIDA ,
has himself a
Mr. Farley
proven All
that part of Section 2 Westof
smart and clever politician. Would Miami Canal except the West Half
of the Northwest Quarter AH of
he risk the wrath millions of voters Sections 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14;, 18, 19,
and with a national election com- 20 22 and 24; Tracts 2 to 16 Inclusive
and 19 to 128 Inclusive In
ing up in 1936? Section 26; Tracts 1 to 64 Inclusive;
America has a new rattle. It is 77 to 85 Inclusive; 90, 91, 92, 101 to
104 Inclusive, 109 to 114 Inclusive.
one of those things! It won't last. ana 126 In Section 28; All of Sec
Some folks will make a few dollars tions 30. 31 and 32; Tracts 17, 18,
31, 32, 33 to 44 Inclusive 55, 56 59
they didn't expect to make and they to 64 Inclusive, 70 to 74 Inclusive,
will turn around and spend them for 85 to 91, inclusive 108 117 In Sec
tion 34 In Township 44 South
clothes, and groceries, and chewinggum Range 35 East;
'
befteflL The jf 11*' 1 X r- r r tt-2T Tracts 1. 16, 17, 18, 21, 32 37. 45.
and everybody will 46, 47, 48 81, 82, 83, 109 and 110 In
chain will break of Its own weight.A .fJ ; Section 4; Tracts 1 to 56 Inclusive,
c: 59, 60, 63 to 92 Inclusive. 95 to 98
lot of folks will:be out a dime- f Inclusive. 101 to 128 Inclusive In
but they will all feel that they got .r .Cr Section 6; Tracts 5 to 24 Inclusive
ki1 29 to 36
!
? '' Inclusive 41 to 56 inclusive
more' than their money's worth anda Y .; .F..r.i .- r ;irr 'r;r r 61 to 68 inclusive. 73 to 88 Inclusive.
---- -- -- 100 to 106 Inclusive. 109 to 116 Inclusive -
will be j
lot good than harm
more 119 to 124 Inclusive In Section
the result.Of 8; The West half of Section 9;
crooks and SMALL boy recently broke able if it is served in baskets hol- other slice of bread, buttered and Tracts 1 to 10 Inclusive, 12, 13, 22 to
course the pikers, 38.inclusive. 41, 49
A 42. 50 53. 54, 55.
into print for a "bright lowed out of delicious sponge cake. spread with cheese.
say-
61
chislers will hop in, as they have 56 to 92 inclusive; 105, 106, 107
ing" about his nursery Following are some recipes for Red Cherry Turnovers: Drain 111, 113 to 118 Inclusive In Section ,
the $1, $10 and even $100 chains. school. The' parents, it seems, although party foods which children will the syrup from one No. 2 can of 12; All of Sections 14 and 20; Tracts
Other saps will fall for It and lose- keenly interested in the pitted red cherries into a sauce 1 to 8 Inclusive 14 to 42 Inclusive.
find surprisingly good. 45 to 72 Inclusive, 75, 76.77, 81 to
and what of it? It's their own hard curriculum of his new school, were Mix pan, add the cherries which have 86 Inclusive 89 to 100 incluslve.'ldS(
Circus Parade Ice Cream
:
luck. People buy stocks and bonds never able to extract much news been cut into quarters, and add to 109 Inclusive, 113 to 128 inclusive'in
the contents of three cans of con- Section 22; All of Section 24;
and put money in banks or play the from Johnnie. However, one day densed milk with one and one-half seven-eights cup of sugar. Boil Tracts 1 to 46 inclusive 49, 51'to
near the close of the term, he gently until very thick, add a 64 Inclusive 69 to 91 Inclusive, 94,
The public likes to be fooled. of water and add one table-
races. cups 95, 96, 97, 98, 101
volunteered some information, little grated orange peel, and cool. to 125 Inclusive
We like to think we can get some spoon of vanilla. Then add three In Section 28; and all of Sections 30
"We have at school Roll pastry thin cut in five-inch
surprise
a and 32 In Township 45 South
of mashed banana pulp. Add Range
are'the cups
thing for nothing. We big- every single day," he confided, rounds and put a large spoonfulof 35 East;
of lemon
three tablespoons juice
gest nation of SAPS on the face of "and it's always crackers." cherry mixture on half of each S!2 of Section 23 and all of Sections -
and three cups of cream beaten. 27 35 and 36 In
Township 42
the globe and it is this fact that This reminds us that the first Freeze in refrigerator trays (or round. Moisten the edges with South Range 37 East;

makes. us the best nation of all. requisite in planning party foods in the ice cream freezer). Serve cold water, fold over and pinch All of Sections 3, 11. 13, 15, 23
for children is that they containan the edges firmly together. Bake 25 27 and W'/z of Section 29, and
Well, If they find the bird who with several iced animal crackers all of Section 35 In Township 43
element of surprise-something for minutes in hot
of to standing on top of each serving. twenty-five a South Range 37 East;
started It all instead trying
to eat dressed to This makes turnovers. All of Sections 22
awfully good up oven. eight 23. 25, 26, 27, 34.
send him to the pen they ought to look surprisingly pretty.Ice Molasses or Ginger Cookies: Fruit Sherbet in Baskets: Boil 35 and 36 In Township 41 South.

erect a statute In his,honor and pre' Boil one cup of molasses for"minute a one and two-thirds cups sugar and Range SAVING 38 East AND; EXCEPTING the

sent him with a medal bearing Cream-Of Course add one cup of sugar, one two-thirds cup water for three lands heretofore released the

Barnum's bust on one side and the cup of shortening, two teaspoons minutes, then cool. Add the con lien, operation and effect of the
said
mortgage which lands
replica of a 1935 dime on the other.If The second requisite, perhaps, ginger and two teaspoons cin- tents of one No. 2 can of pine- ticularly described In the said are par bill
is that the menu include ice creamor namon. Then add two wellbeateneggs. apple juice, one and one-half cups of complaint and In the Instru-
the government was dumb some sort of frozen fruit des- Add four teaspoons soda of orange juice and three table- ments of partial release executed: by
enough to actually put him in jail, mixed with one-fourth of vine- the plaintiff dated September 20
sert. Ice cream and ices, inciden- cup spoons of fresh lime juice. Add 1929. and recorded In Mortgage
he's get more publicity than Haupt- tally, lend themselves very nicelyto gar. Add about five cups of flouror the contents of one 1-pound can Satisfaction Book 62, at page 392, of
mann and could run for presidentin surprise appearances. For a pa- ( sufficient to make a stiff I of evaporated milk and onehalfcup the Public Records of Palm Beach
County, Florida and dated
March
triotic for example dough). Roll thin. Cut as de- of Freeze. Make
1936. party, a scoopof cream. cup 24 1932 and recorded In Mortgage
vanilla ice cream can easily be sired. Bake in a moderate oven cakes of some plain cake recipe, Satisfaction Book 69, at page 128.
converted into a tent, if a flag is -375 degrees-for about twelve or sponge cake, and hollow out of the Public Records of Palm Beach
GAS TAX MONIES SOURCE County, Florida and dated December
stuck in the top, and a tiny toy minutes. Use also for making the centers when cold. Ice the 24, 1932 and recorded In Mortgage
OF WORRYContinued soldier, for a favor, stands guardon gingerbread men. You may sprin- outsides with a thin coating of dif Satisfaction Book 71,,at page
the dish. kle with sugar before baking if ferent colored icings-yellow, pale 62 of the Public Records of Palm
Bach County, Florida and, In Mortgage
( from page 1) Brick Ice cream can be con- desired. pink, green, etc. When ready to Satisfaction Book, 2, at page
held the present gas tax law as it verted Into Circus Parade Ice Cream Cheese and Fruit Sandwich serve, put a ball of the fruit sherbet 53. of the Public Records of Hendry
,
Florida
pertains to six of the seven cent levy. Cream by serving on each slice : Slice bread thin, butter and In each cake and make a County SAVING AND; and EXCEPTING the
some gaily Iced animalcrackerson spread with cream cheese. Cover handle over the top with a long right of way of the Atlantic Coast
The In
seventh penny, provided a parade. For May parties, or with a layer of thinly-sliced ripe piece of candied orange peel. Tie I I Line Railroad Company as located
law that must be extended In Section 26 and Section 36, Town :
separate other fetes fruit sherbet bow of ribbon wr
baby
spring banana then with a layer of well- a narrow on ship 43 South. Range 37 East In ..,,.
every two years, goes to the general becomes very festive and desir- drained pineapple. Top with an- each handle. Serves eight person Hendry County, Florida, and also {/'
revenue fund of the state under the two parcels of land In Section 2,
: ---- I Township 44 South, Range 35 East
guise of an emergency. In Palm Beach County Florida, the
I title to which lands Is vested in
Regardless of the wording of the the risk of losing all gasoline tax support and has the backing of thou; Ida legislature has before it a resolution I Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company
statute, many counties have used a more particular descriptionof
their gasoline tax income for revenue. To reject It brings up the sands who feel the need for advertising -' urging the defeat of the I the said lands being set forth In
every
question of the general sales tax or the state at this time. the final decree of foreclosure on
thing under the sun except roads, Costigan anti-lynching bill. I file in the office of the Clerk of the

bridges and road bonds. This has the tapping of other new sources. Florida Circuit Court to which of decree Hendry referenceIs County

been common knowledge since the Consequently, the legislature.asa LYNCH BILL I hereby and all made costs., to satisfy said decree -

law passed four years ago. But def- NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE ALLEN CLEMENTS
whole-suffers from
inite proof was written into the records an aggravated Tallahassee, May 9-F N S.- Special Master; In Chancery.
case of chronic jitters whenever NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the EVANS MERSHON & SAWYER
the bloc
Although of Southern
here this week with the publi- senators First
National Bank
I the subject is discussed. undersigned Special Master In Chan Building
cation of an expense account attached in Congress do not appear in Miami Florida.SOLICITORS .
cery, by virtue of the final decree of FOR PLAINTIFF.May .
to a local bill that released Sum- I need of outside assistance, the Flor- foreclosure entered In that certain cause 10, 17, 24. 31.

ter county's gas tax accumulation.The State to Provide 00.- .,.

bill that became a law after

swift passage and signature by the Advertising Fund

governor was Immediately attackedin


Brown-Crummer the Leon county company circuit court bond-bya advertising Tallahassee fund, May of 9-FNS-An approximately IS YOUR CAR, SlUGGISH: I ?

holders
committee solely on the
that i365.000 will be made available an-
ground this revenue could not
nually for advertising the many ad-
be to
spent pay fee officers, expenses -
of vantages and opportunities of Florida -
insanity hearings and to hire
attorneys. I: and attracting here thousandsof

additional winter visitors and ,::
The attack on the Sumter county:
I prospective home-seekers, in a bill
bill sent shivers down the spines or now being prepared and shortly to !i

the smaller county legislators, par- be presented to the legislature.The .

ticularly those who were leaning towards -I funds of the large advertis-

the adoption of the compromise ing appropriation will not impose

school financing program. any tax on business but will take the

Some of them had been convertedto odd cent left over after each pari-

the surrender of a penny of their mutuel bet has been paid in round i Goo GuAT

counties'., gas tax money and the diversion I figures by the track cashiers. The pq Dr.LJ

of this income to the school present state law allows the tracksto

fund. But when the Sumter county I keep these odd cents, for want ofa

bill literally let the cat out of the better owner.

. bag there were wholesale desertions All: Florida tracks pay bets in
-
from the compromise program camp. round figures, nickles and dimes, depending -

Since the supreme court pondered upon the type of track its

long and deeply over the present while the pari-mutuel machines

gasoline tax setup because the justices figure the winnings in actual am-

wondered if the money wouldbe I ounts. Thus, if the pari-mutuel ma-

used only for the purposes clear chine figured the winnings on a bet ( DistributorThat

ly defined in the 1931 act then 1 at $4.34 the track would pay the

what legislators inquire, would be winner $4.30 as specified In the pre- \ '.;'

their decision in passing on a new sent state racing law. One track has I \ Good

gas tax allocation that requires the.
over $100,000 annually as the aggregate -
use of this revenue for the upkeep i of these extra pennies while .

of the schools? It Is a far cry, they I the smallest track In tie state, operating 4 s ; j Gulf'Gasoline

argue, between the little red school full time, aggregates over J

house, however beloved is that institution -
$13,000 each :year from this source
and the payment of a gasoline I alone.

tax conceived only for the con By imposing a special excise tax

struction and maintenance of high in the amount of these surpluses the

ways. backers of this measure hope to se-

So the situation here, as the legislature cure a publicity fund for the public

nears definite action on good with which to advertise the LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES .-

some method of school financing Is state and at the same time work no

one of fear and trembling. To pass hardship on any business or taxpayer. MCW lUtF1 AZE0 INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .I

the compromise program involves The bill is Raid to have powerful






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