The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Local Drainage District J. B. Dotterer Wins NEW WORK DELAYEDUNTIL GRADUATES OF 1935

Handicap TournamentJ.


B. Dotterer and Dick Gibbons

battled through thirty-six holes of PLANS ARE SETTLED

I o golf at the Clewiston Golf Course
$81,000. WILL REDUCE TAXESMATERIALLY Clewiston Team Wins Sunday in the finals of the handicap
;. tournament, Mr. Dotterer emerging The U. S. Engineers office is holding "THJE CASKET
With Ninth Inning Rally victorious 3-2. The winner was pre- up advertising for bids on the SUBJECT OF ADDRESS AT
sented with beautiful
a Sterling
Caloosahatchee River work until
The Reconstruction Finance Cor- COMMENCEMENTWith :
silver loving cup anonymously do- definite settlement of labor condi-
poration on Tuesday of this week approved -I
loan of $81,000.00 for the A ninth inning rally by the Clew- nated. Award to the runner-up was tions and rate of pay under the new : the unique
a I theme "The
iston-Engineers baseball club ordered but has not been received work relief plan is reached ;
Clewiston Drainage District accord- overcame it was Casket of Youth" '
as a subject Rey.
and it will be to Mr. Gib- I
a one run lead held by Fort learned from an authoritative
ing to a telegram received from Nevin H. Schaaf, of Coral Gables '
Senator Park Trammell on that day. Myers, and gave the local outfit I bons upon its arrival. this week. The appropriations have delivered a forceful address to the

their second win over the visitorsout Paired with Mr. Dotterer in the been made and lights-of-way SeC1.1r- '
At the same time loans were also ap- I graduates of the Clewiston high
I of a three game series. Going semi-finals was Jack Barrett, of ed or condemnation
proved for $150,000 for the east school and a large audience at thn
Dis- into their frame of the ninth trailing I Canal Point. This was one of the started on parcels where"necessary
unit of the Pahokee Drainage commencement exercises in tht:
trict and $200,000 for the Pelican a 32'count, the locals scored most thrilling matches of the entire and the only thing standing in the I school ,building
I Friday evening,
Lake Sub-Drainage District. two runs to snatch the game out of tournament, the two being tied at way of prompt starting of this sec-I The theme
was developed from an
the end of the first eighteen holes
the visitors' bag. Walker, first I tion of the Okeechobee-Caloosahat-
Capt. F. Deane Duff, president of up old legend of a king who divided his
of the for the locals, walked, and went to forcing the match to an additional chee project is an agreement on the
the board of supervisors possessions his children leaving
second when Moore received a free nine holes, Mr. Dotterer winning out labor and wage question.It .
District stated I
Drainage to
Clewiston a prince who was to rule a
passage. Cruze hit safely, loadingthe 3-2. Mr. Gibbons was paired with Dr. is believed that the problem will
Wednesday that it was not known new country, only a woden casket
bases. McLendon's fly was mis-I White, of Belle Glade in the semifinal be solved within the future
': when the money would be availablebut very near with instructions not to open It until
judged, scoring Walker and sending and also won 3-2. and the contracts be let and
when received the majority I he reached the new land. The disappointment -
Moore to third. With the in The American Legion will sponsor work started fall
score by origin-
a early as
the amount will: be used for purpose of the prince was in-
3-3 tie, Moore scored on a passed I another of these handicap tour- ally contemplated.One .
of refunding bonds and reduc- creased, when he opened the casket
ball, with the winning naments which will start betweenthe of
section the Caloosahatcheework
rate from 6 cent and found
ing the interest per only a supply of seeds and
! Chinn, for Fort Myers, scored the ; first and fifteenth of June. It about three and a half miles
charged on the bonds at the present roots and bulbs. However, the contents -
first run of the game in the fifth I is hoped that as many out-of-town between Fort Myers and the Thompson -
four required'bythe of
\ lime to the percent the casket, when planted v
when he scored from third on an attempt golfers as well as local players will cut-off, is scheduled to be adver-
!. New bonds will be issued _
_. : R. F. C.. and properly tended, yielded such
the Corporation to catch Hendricks at second.In I enter this tournament. tised within the next few days. This
which will te held by rich returns in harvest of food sup.
i with approximately thirty the eighth, two more runs tallied section is described as' being com-
plies and beautiful flowers that the
years in which to retire them. Capt. for the visitors, one by Ellis and the I paratively easy work and not sub-I

; I Duff estimates that a saving will be other by Pope. The locals came backin IT'LL CREATING FIRE ject to the same requirements as agricultural

:h afforded the taxpayer of approximately their half of the eighth to score I I the remainder of the project. I! a blessing to

;... two, Williamson and Pape crossing. Section 7 lying between Moore
fifty percent on debt service prince and the
j people over whom h
.;, taxes in the Clewiston district and the plate for the tallies. CONTROL DISTRICT IS Haven and the present Lock No. 3 reigned.

t: between in the Walker on the mound for Clewis- will be the first section to be adver I
thirty and thirty-five Rev. Schaaf brought the lesson of
ton gave up eight well scattered hits, tised. At the time the
same or near
} taxes,
;) other districts.Iaint nance PASSED ON the legend to the graduate, pointing -
:t :. however will remain pretty well as struck out 7, and walked 4. Hen- MONDAYA same time the Engineer office will out that their possessions:
i r.' dricks for the visitors three advertise for bids lock struc-
gave up on the
1 at the'present'time. character, training and education-.
hits, struck out 3 and walked 4. ture and spillway in the Caloosa-
I ": Capt.' Duff further stated that approximately I, telegram received this morning though they may not loom so valuable >
; LineupsClewistonEngineers hatchee river located near the
$25,000 would be left from Representative Boe, of Glades :I in their eyes today, if properly
'' and -N a 11, If; Goodno railroad bridge. The appro- used will prove as rich a blessing, to
f after the bonds were refunded county, introducer of the bill establishing -
this amount would bs utilized to expand Walker, p; Moore, cf; Cruze, ss-; Mc- an Everglades Fire Control priation made covers the cost of I'(.I" them as did the casket of the princq

Lendon, Ib; Williamson- Pape, this structure and plans and speci-
r: ;
in the legend.
present facilities such as the District was to the effect that the'
3b; Hooks, 2b; Beery, rf; Baker, rf. ications are complete. I
Improvement of present ditches and bill has been passed by both houses, The stage was beautifully decorated -
Fort Myers-Williams, c Moore, Described as the largest concrete!
the construction of new ones ,where ; signed by the President .of the 'Senate I II j for the graduation exercises. The
cs Ellis, Ib Pope If Jeffcoat rf structure in the project when work
; ; ; ,
needed. ; and is on the desk of Governor class colors of red and white ,were;
Mathis, If; Moger, '3b; Mullins, cf was started, the Moore Haven lock I
) ; used; floor baskets of roses with
:: The. Clewiston District includes Sholtz today for his signature, the
Chinn, 2b; Hendricks, p. : and hurricane gate will play second I! large bows of red tulle tied on their
Clewiston to make the
only the townsite and one only thing remaining fiddle to this second Caloosahatchee
SummaryHits :-
section of land on the east side of bill a law. handles were arranged against a
lock. The lock : and
Nail Cruze McLendon gates
: Wil- I'background potted The
....'. ,The bonded indebtedness of
town. The bill introduced in the
was will be almost identical in size with
... '.: liamson, Williams, Ellis, Pope, Jeff- girls of the Senior class wore floor
the district five years. ago was ap House of Representatives by Mr. the Moore -Haven lock that
coat, Mathis, Mullins 2, Chinn. except I I length dresses of white lace and
proximately $200,000 which has 'I Struck out by Walker, 7; Hen-% Boe and its companion bill in the the gates will be identical in size J!' carried arm bouquets of roses. The

been reduced over CO per cent at the dricks, 3.Walked., Senate by Senator Gomez, of Key and the same height as the smaller ; boys wore white 'suits with' navy

present time making it possible for by Walker, 4; Hendricks, West, Monday of this week and passed gate at the Moore Haven lock. In
blue shirts and ties.:
light Lily Mure
the R. F. C. loan to refund all outstanding !I! I
4. II both houses on that day. Becauseof addition to this plans call for the
I Wynn welcomed the audience in
bonds with a nice sum remaining the fact that the bill carries a about
construction of
a spillway one
Hit .
by pitcher, Pope (Hendricks) nicely-composed salutatory address.
f for district. improvements. provision for a state appropriation
/ Left on bases-Engineers. 5; Ft. (Continued on Page 8)High I Billy Cowart, who is also the class
Clewiston taxpayers will benefit
,, it was temporarily held up by Senate
Myers, 9.Winning. .
delivered the
I I president, valedictoryof
greatly by the refunding as the
President Hodges who made a care- I
pitcher, Walker. Losing
the class with
splendid poise.
drainage taxes will be considerably pitcher, Hendricks. ful study of the bill before adding' Mass Services At The American Legion medals,

lessened and the new bonds and in- his signature. This accounts for the
Umpires: Wilson and Freelund. given to the boy and girl in the high
terest rate is low enough that the delay in the bill reaching the Governor's St. Margaret's Sunday
school classes who maintained the
district should able to handle desk.
Bobbie Hudson Injured highest average for this year, were
and the I
payments promptly keep Co-introducers of the House Bill -- _
to Dan and Al-
presented Beardsley
bonds in good standing. with Mr. Boe were Representatives On next Sunday, June 2nd, at St.
When Struck Car Ford. F. M. chairmanof
By thea Wright,
Although it has not been learned ,. Chappel and Mincer, of Miami, Sims, Margaret's Church High Mass wit'
the committee made the
Legion ,
definitely what other districts intend of Lake Placid, Griffis, of Okeechobee be celebrated at lOa. in. followed I -=-

to do with their loans, it is assumed Bobbie Hudson, nine-year old Denison, of Fort Pierce, Papy, by Solemn Benediction of the Bles- average presentations.was only Dick one-sixth Patterson,of whose one

that they will use the money daughter of Mr. and Mrs.V.: : E. of Key West, Collier of Everglades, sed Sacrament. During the Mass, percent lower than Dan's, and J. D.
received much as is planned by Kanner Stewart of Clew- Communion will be
,very: Hudson was taken to the Moore Ha- of Stuart, First Holy givento Hooker, whose average was only
the supervisors ,of the local district, Catholic child-
iston and Hazeu of Pahokee. a number of local
ven Hospital Tuesday evening for one-third of one percent lower than
to refund their bonds and make necessary of First
ren. The reception Holy
The fire district would embracethe
treatment of a fractured skull and the winner, were also mentioned for
I improvements with the mon- Evergladt1 Communion is an event of great im-
numerous bruises and lacerations received 11 counties of the : commendation in connection with
ey remaining. drainage district, and would be pat portance in the life of every Catholic
I when she was struck by a the awarding of the medal.
A bill now before the Legislature Ford V-8 driven by Dick Small late terned after the fire controPdistrir child. ,It signifies the graduationfrom
would give the Everglades Drainage childhood into Principal G. B. Stanley awarded
Tuerday afternoon.. that was established during the Martin a thcughtless

,, :;. District .the right to apply to the R The child was playing with a administration and abolished; i: the realm of a grave spiritual responsibility certificates of attendance to the following -

F. C. for, a loan cuch as these that for it is the sublime pupils, who had neither been
" group of other children on the side- 1929!:) except that no taxes are to b< ;
have been received. Being of much initiation for the child absent nor tardy during the entire
and joyful
5 walk in front of the Hay Building assessed. The chief of the distric
.5 greater extent the lean which will be I year: Page Cowart, OenVinn,
where the Hud ons' have an apart: would te appointed by the governo into the mysteries:: of an age-old
asked will be proportionately greater I faith. Sam Lang, Janie Brantley, Margaret
ment. One of the children is said to with a deputy fire warden in eac'county.
and if the bill be passed and sign- and VonMach, Sue VonMach, Jacqueline
have thrown a ball Into the street Salaries would be, fixed L\ The choir will sing the new
ed by vthe Governor and the loan which Bledsoe, Louise Bussey, Bob Patterson -
and as Bobbie started, for it ran directly the governor, and all material, la "Mass by
sf;;;; .. granted "by the R: F. C. the bonds into the path of the movingcar. bor and machinery rented by the dis it has studied and rehearsed for this Dick Patterson, Nealy Geiger,

v J? of this 'great district will be refund She was picked: up and rushedto trict would be at prices set by him occasion for f*} past several months. Louis Blount' and Billy Wright.M. .

cd and. a great burden of taxation the and agreed by the The service will have all the beau- E. VonMach, school board
local hospital as quickly as upon governor. I
lifted from the shoulders of Everglades I member from the Clewiston district
-. possible but Dr. Schiffli was out of Another provision of the bill is ty and solemnity of the Christmas

residents. town and she was taken on to Moore that the convict labor and equipmen. I and Easter services. The names of presented diplomas to the seven

Haven. from the prison farm at Belle Glad the children who are to receive First I I graduates: William Cowart, George

S East Coast She remained in a semi-concious: are' to be at the disposal of the Di>. Holy Communion are: Walter ( Bestor, Merrill Lowe, Evelyn Hare,
MotorcadeTo Millie i I Pearl Brantley, Emma Bethea and
condition throughout Tuesday night trict when needed. Vaughn, Nora Oglesby, ][

Be but was reported much better next Setting; of fires to burn trash and Bourne, Sue VonMach, Gloria King I I Lily Murel Wynn.Certificates ,
Tuesday morning by Dr. E R. Morlan, attending grass is to be placed under the care 1 I and Gloria Freedljmd} of Clewiston, of promotion were

physician. Her condition at of the fire district, whose chief shall I I j and Joseph Repper of Pahokee. The then presented by Mr. VonMach to

this time continues favorable although Le given the right to set up rules for ,, public is cordially invited to attend pupils who successfully completedthe

.,. A hundred cars filled with visitors Dr. Morlan states that it is fire prevention having the force :1.1U11! j the services. giammar school course and were

I from West Palm Beach and I impossible to determine the effectsof effect of law. Penalty for setting promoted into the Junior High

j:I neighboring East Coast communities such an injury for several days. unauthorized fires would be $1,000or NEW WORK RELIEF: SETUP School.

: are expected here next Tuesday in ANNOUNCED BY DISTRICTS
\ a one year in jail. The chief purpoc Appropriate music was provided

/ : motorcade sponsored by the civic or- of the bill is to prevent the costly -- Lawson
; SUMMER CLASSES AT by: Mis. Mark Lawler, pianist, -
ganizations of the towns represent SCHOOL TO ORGANIZE muck: fires that each year are removing Hendry county has'been placed in Jones, violinist and the choirof

! ed. The purpose of the trip is to get thousands of dollars worthof District Three of the new Florida the Community Church. Benediction -

I better acquainted with the Ever Classes for work during the summer -- land from the tax rolls forever work district, under the new relief I was pronounced by Father F. J.

glades section and to inspect the months will be organized at the The bill contemplates that the district set up which has been announcedat Fiiinesan of the St.. Margaret's

I flood control work: being done by local school building Monday morn- also shall get financial aid froiu national headquarters in Wash Church.

the government in the section be ing with B. E. Herring, assistant the federal government. ington. Headquarters for the districtare I

tween Canal Point and Clewiston. principal of the school, in charge of to bo established in West Palm

, The motorcade will be met at the summer session. WINS DRESSMAKING PRIZE Beach; the district comprising the H6XOK ROLL

!", if Canal Point by Lieut. Richardson All parents who wish their child- counties of Palm Beach, St. Lucie,

Selee and Lieut. W." H. Mills who ren to make up work during the :Mrs. L. A. Turner was awarded a Okeechobee, Highlands, Glades and First Grade--Bruce Beardsley,

will escort the visitors over the project summer are requested to send themto fifteen dollar cash prize in a dress- Hendry. Robert Edens, Gerry Boswell, Peggy

, I ,' point out the various things of the school building at 8':30. 'There making contest conducted recentlyby There are nine work districts in Bussell, Caroline Selee.

I interest and explain the work and will be a small tuition fee chargedfor Hatch's Inc., of West: Palm the state with headquarters respec- Second Grade-William Willis

, I the purpose of the various phases of summer work.: '. Beach. tively at Jacksonville, Orlando, West Billy Wright, Annette Simpson, Sue

the work to them., Clewiston will be The regular school library will be Palm Beach, Miami, Key West, VonMach.

the last point visited and from hero open in connection with. tUe summer Richard Peterson spent Sunday Gainesville, Tampa. Madison and Third Grade-Philip McLeod, Billy

th? group will return to their homes. I. school classes. visiting friends! near Fort Myers; Pensacola. I Perry, Eugene Roberts,

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senator called up his resolution for an BECAUSE the Patmnn Inflation Modern Alchemist Sure

CURRENT EVENTS Investigation of Farley and producedsome would be easier for the He Can "Produce" Gold
new charges, and a protracted President to veto than the VInson BRISBANETHIS
Centuries have passed since the
debate ensued. Long submitted an measure, some of the administration
last alchemist with his star-covered
affidavit made by Helen Humphreys, a senators joined with
PASS IN REVIEW! former employee of the James A. yis.!! the Patman followers WEEKThe robe and vile smelling concoctions
stopped his search for the philosopher's --.fit
: Stewart company New York to put the former bill
stone which he thought would f
tors, accusing Farley of manipulating 4 rh 'j through the senate bya .
effect the transmutation of the baser
government contracts and giving valu / vote of 55 to 33. First One Goes

t: PILSUDSKI'S DEATH WORRIES able stamps to prospective purchasersof Previously, for some Looks Like War metals Into gold. Success was never
r. his of
General Build- course, says Pathfinder Magazine -
materials from the devious reason, the
. STATESMEN ers' Supply corporation, Farley's firm. senators put aside the Don't Stumble but Jan Dunikowski, a modern
I", FLEET MANEUVERS. These stamps were so valuable. Long : compromise measure 400 Men, 400 Mice Polish scientist, who has substituteda

r charged, that a bank lent $40,000 on .1 f offered by Pat Harri The death of Marshal Pilsudski, secret ray and scientific apparatusfor
By EDWARD W. PICKARD them r : son's committeewith ruling power of Poland takes' from the senseless old formula which
Western Newspaper Union. that contained such things as live frogs,
i the assurance that country a
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COMPLICATIONS\ In the already pre- BY A vote of about 2 to 1 the strike m Mr. Roosevelt would great man and an etc., seems to have fared better. At

situation were ing workers In the Toledo Chevrolet Rep. Patman sign IL That the Pres- able patriot. Re- least, after serving two years In a

ejected to result from the death of plant decided to accept a com- Ident would veto the Patman bill was maining in the French jail for fraud as the resultof

-- Marshal] Josef Pllsidskl.: the virtual promise offer that had been fixed up taken as a certainty and It was be. 'H lMy background' exercising complaints by his backers, he has
dictator of Poland. T:., "father of his by federal labor committeemen, A. F. lieved the Inflationists could not gather power with now gained the support of Albert

country" succumbed to cancer of the of L. leaders, company officials and enough votes to override the veto In out display, Marshal Bonn, a French chemist investigating -

stomach In Warsaw and his death wasa federal mediators It was expectedthat the senate, though they had enough In Pilsudski was his process for "gold making."
great shock to the Poles for the serious this would result In the return to the house. an absolute dicta Bonn says there was no fraud and

nature of his affliction had been work of 35,000 men In Toledo, and other Rather surprisingly, Senator William tor, and his death that the process 'Is not magical but

concealed from the public. The mar- motor car manufacturing centers. G. McAdoo of California, a former sec Is first among the; simply a new and highly efficient

shal's heart was Interred at Vilna and The strike In Toledo was engineeredby retary of the treasury, advocated the dictators developedby method for extracting gold. In experiments -

his brain was given to science, accord- the local union and really was not Patman bill, asserting that It was "a the great war. conducted by himself using

ing to his request ; but his body was In accord with the plans of the Amer- mere conjecture" that the Issue of + The world may the new apparatus, Bonn says, he
burled In the cathedral of Rawel cas- ican Federation of Labor. $2,200,000,000 In noninterest bearing learn from his go- produced from 50 to 100 times as

tle at Crakow beside those of King notes, or greenbacks, would be inflationary Ing what to expect much gold from sand and earth of
John Sobieski, Thaddeus Kosciuszko electrification administra- when other dicta- his selection as could be produced by '
RURAL Arth.r Brli-bane
and others of Poland's great men. divisions tors depart one by ordinary means. Scientists and
one of the new ofI "We have nothing In the United laymen
',. Pilsudski held only the office of minister estab- one. What will be the destiny of Poland, alike, however
the works relief program, was I States today but greenbacks, he said. are skeptically
of war, but was the real ruler of In an with her strongest man gone? \What, awaiting further '
lished by President _Roosevelt I "Is your money redeemable In gold? proof.
Poland and there was anxious speculation at a later time will
happen In Italy.
executive order, and Is It redeemable In silver? No. It Is
as to his successor. Morris L. Cooke, a redeemable In nothing but the honor Germany,. Russia Turkey, as each
The Iron-willed marshal had beena loses' the dictn.tor'diat
now takes the
Philadelphia engineer, and good faith of the American people. Bilious
consistent advocate of a close rapprochement i ,place of self-government and Inde: Attacks, Dizziness
; be
to ,
: j was appointed Some friends of the measure, after "Bilious "
attacks dizziness
Germany ,
between Poland and pendent public thought? spots
sternly curbing the activitiesof VJ. rtr, Its chief. The sum of the 'President Indicated he would vetoIt before the eyes, a feeling of fullness
those who favored the course of 0. 4 t,1y $75,000 was allotted decided it might be better to, amend after ordinary' meals,"belching up of
and for its administrative It'than to.lose. It entirely.. Italy calls out her "fourth class" gas, a dull, sluggish feeling-due to
breaking away from the retch 'expenses, and alloca- fighting reserves and has b50OOOmen constipation 'are usually driven : .

standing with France In her policies tions are to be made CCORDING to the Department off ready. to crush the king of Ethiopia, away by a dose or two of old, re"t..
A .
for eastern Europe.PilsudskI was liable Thedford's
.If "
later for authorized crushing becomes "necessary.. Note
Justice, its plans for the establishment
rather offended by the recently signed I, Mussolini "I take Black-Draught for biliousness
pact between France and Russia, and Individual projects.The in Washington of a national I warns other-countries not dizziness, and when I feel dull,
executive order crime institute and ,* central radio to meddle dad not 'to 'help Ethiopia. tired and' '
French Foreign Minister Laval stoppedIn .t" "- .- a stupid, Mr. M. L.
Warsaw on his way to Moscow iff L. 7 Cooke described the dutiesM. ''station for, broadcasting police news That looks a little likg war Simmons, of Pickens, S. C. "It seemsto

try to pacify him; but the marshalwas andfunctions of the are nearlng completion. An advisory cleanse the system and make one
new unit as, "to Initiate formulate,' feel a hundred per cent better."
committee has-made'a preliminary- Warning to politicians and others :
too 111 to take part in the discussions Thousands
administer and supervise a programof of men and ,women-
port on the crime Institute, and 200 Don't stumble.
and Laval went on to Russia -.
; without even seeing him 'approved: projects with respect to local police officials have warmly'en 1M California, Herman ZeIgler was. prefer this,purely.vegetable laxative.THEDFORD' .

The government announced It would the generation, transmission and. distribution dorsed the suggestion of J. Edgar' putting 18 tame lions' through their $, BLACK-DRAUGHT:

continue 'to function as though Pilsud of electrical energy in rural Hoover, chief of the division of criminal paces. He cracked the whip ; they '

ski were .alive. The authority of the areas.' Investigation, for the establishment obeyed,. jumping up' on stools, sitting

dictator, It said, has passed to his llfe- The order. permits the administratorto of the radio'station up ,on their hind legs. "Mind over
Hag friends, President Ignace Mos-\ acquire' by purchase or by the A modest beginning for 'the training matter" was beautifully' demonstrated.The PromptlleliRrFor

cickl. Premier Slawek, Foreign Minister power of eminent domain any real school, crime laboratory and lions .acknowledged their jnaster.

Beck and Gen.- Edward. Rydz- property or any Interest therein and "clearing bouse," to be known as Then, unfortunately, the lion tamer, sufferers from the itching,burning
Improve, develop, grant, sell, lease or the National Crime Institute, was
suggested careless stumbled stool fell
Smighly. over a ; and irritation of eczema,pimples,
s- otherwise ,dispose of any such prop by the advisory subcommittee, instantly the lions were upon him, rashes,red,rough skin, itching,burn

erty. headed by Justin Miller\ special assIst-. forgetting their fear of him. He had ing feet, chafings, chappings, cuts,
RIGID censorship, such as would be ant to the attorney general. stumbled and fnl.1en-that was enough. burns and disfiguring blotches, may
In war time, shrouded the DENNIS CHAVEZ, who contended About twelve states, Including New be found by anointing with-

American fleet's tactical:: operations in he really defeated BronsonM. York, Illinois and Ohio, have already'
the Pacific, but was relaxed enoughfor Cutting In the election 'of a United' started or completed plans for, coordinating There are among us today, on and ruiicuraj
off the radio, some lion tamers making -
the announcement
States senator from New Mexico last police and law-enforcement '
the American people, sit up and
of two unfortunate Mr.Cutting's \j
i year, now ias activities through, state departmentsof
jump through hoops.. Let them take I
occurrences. While destroyers seat In tfie justice It was revealed d, and the contemplated .
were leading senate. Following thesenator's k crime ,Institute would offer care not to stumble. Sample free. Address:
I #. "Cutlcura." Dept. 23 S, Malden Mass.
larger vessels throughan death In an them 'facilities for training their personnel -

"enemy" net'workof airplane crash Mr. In scientific police methods'and In China, a subterranean river flood T .., ,
submarines the Chaver was appointedby for co-ordinating: their general :work. ed ,the .Szechwan coal mine.' Four

Lea smashed into the Gov. Clyde Tingleyto hundred miners were drowned. WATCH YOURKIDNEYS ... !.. '
Sicard, tearing a big fill the vacancy. He OPIAS government,renewed Its Old-fashioned Chinese 'used to forbid
hole In her side.:. Richard : will hold office until ET demand that arbitrators be named' and still abhor, any mine digging, "'::?;""

Chadwick, second the next general i elec- to settle the disputes between that "because It disturbs the earth dragon _

-,,-- class gunner's mate tion In November, country'' and Italy, as provided In a' ." They' will think the old earth Be. Sure They; Properly; ,, .: .

Commander on the Sicard. was 1936, when a successor ; ., --_. treaty, and Great Britain and France dragon flooded the mine, ordered the Cleanse the Blood.-- .
killed and three other will be elected, I ,river to "
E. W. Tod. were reported to be trying earnestly unseen enter. '
Dennis Chavez
men were'slightly injured and that, .is, likely to persuade Italy to a peaceful course I This drowning news Is less exciting YOUR kidneys are constantly fil-
_ official records stated. be Mr. Chavez Impurities from the blood
Unless settlement of all differences Is 'to the; average .American, than\it-
Lieut Mathias B. of San' stream. But kidneys get function.. .
Wyatt "
The who Is the headof
new senator. be
assured 'at the League of Nations council would to have the cook announce:
Diego graduate of the naval acad- ally disturbed--;lag,in, their work-
a the Democratic In New Mexico
: -
: 20 if Italian "There
meeting May or more were-400-mice-drowned .In the fail to remove the poisonous body
emy, was piloting one of eighteen was born In that state 47 years troops are sent to the Ethiopian border .sink." wastes. ;
fighting planes which took off from While serving as a senate clerk I '
Emperor Halle Selassie will mobilize The sink Is near home, China Is Then, yoU'may 'suffer nagging
the aircraft carrier Saratoga 200 he attended Georgetown university' his warriors. I 'far off. backache, attacks of dizziness
miles east of Honolulu to ward off an lav school ,and after returning() Albuquerque Foreign, residents of Addis: Ababa burning, scanty or too frequent' ...-

attack of "enemy" submarines. His to practice law he was said they were Ignorant of any war urination, getting up at- night,
plane was caught In the slipstream' elected to the state l legislature.: In 1930 preparations by Ethiopia, and that Seventy-five fighting game cocks and') swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic
from another and fell Into water three he was 'elected New Mexico's one representative been munitions 35 men _were seized by state troopersIn pains; feel "all worn out"'Don't
there had no troops or '
miles deep. No trace of him or his in the national house and a barn 15 miles out of Hammonton, delay! For the quicker you
concentrations or censorship on get rid of these poisons, the better
ship was found. N. J. Brutality In men dies slowly,
was re-elected In 1932. He resigned in
travel This contradicted a story In your chances of good health.
In connection with the but sinks to lower levels with time.
maneuversthe 1934 to Cutting In the
oppose senatorial .
a Rome newspaper to the effect'that 'Use Doan's PiUs. Dean's are for
greatest Interest was in the mass race and was defeated by about great quantities of munitions had been Kings of England once sat. delighted the kidneys,only. They tend to pro-
flight of forty-three planes from the 1,000 votes.EXTENSION. shipped Into Ethiopia and were being around the "cockpit." betting on their mote normal functioning of the -

Pearl Harbor naval base westward, concentrated, along with thousands of favorites, reveling in the extraordinary kidneys; should help them pass off'
presumably to Midway Islands. They of the bIrds Now the Irritating' poisons. Doan's are
,of the NRA for one troops, near the borders' of Italian courage game
were under the command of Commander year, not fortwo as askedby Somaliland and Eritrea. cock-fighters are driven to hiding In recommended by users' the country
E. W. Tod, U. S. N., and for the President Roosevelt, Is advocatedby barns. police arrest them, magistrates over.' Get them from any druggist.DOAN'S .

time being all that the public was per- the American Liberty league, whichIn Mexico City to the Metropoli\ I fine them.
mitted to know was that they reached FROM PILLS
a statement Issued from Washington airport at Newark, N. J., non-
their secret destination safely" and says the resolution offered by Sea' stop, 2,100 'miles in 14 hours: and 22 Hitler continues his program on the

were "executing their missions. One ator Bennett Clark is the' most feasi- minutes. That Is the new record set "If you do not like It,. lump It," plan. 1
report was that the planes, made one
ble method of business
rescuing from
Amelia EarhartIn
stop en route and that forty-one of up by Washington protested feebly ag ..instGermany's
bureaucracy and experimentation. her red monoplane.Her .
discrimination In debt
them finished payments 1
the flight
together, two
"Commendation Is due
senate Eases
husband, George throbbing
against this country. Germany
arriving later. finance committee, which voted pain; allays inflammaS. -
Palmer Putnam, and tells us to' take what Is given and be tion; reduces swelling; lessens -
out the resolution of Senator Clark 'more than 3,000 other grateful, or make trade arrangementsto tension; quickly heals. Eas
rather than the administration bill of fly applied. Inexpensive. Results
ADMIRAL RICHARD EVE- enthusiastic ,
REAR suit Hitler. He hopes to counteract .
guaranteed Also
use for festers, risings -
BYRD and members of his Senator Harrison, the league said. I were at the that boycott against German goods cuts, burns, bites. At druggists,
South Polar expedition came sailing "The bill has all the earmarks of a I welcome her, and established here. or Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville:Tenn.

home at last on their ship Bear of tricky attempt to avoid a definite de was almost .

Oakland and were. giv- I termination of the constitutional valid- the throng. WNU-7 21-35
en the warmest 'kind ity of the recovery act through a decision After her start Mr.Morgenthau, secretary of the

of a welcome In Wash of the Supreme court. Movf._..._'n- PitTT...,Hol' -Mrs.---,. .... ... treasury, assures you that your Amer
ington by President "The Clark resolution, aside from nam was not heard ican dollar Is"sound, which is comfort

Roosevelt, Secretary of Its advantages Is, free from any at. from nor reported seen Amelia Earhart ing. Mr. Morgenthau knows a good BLACKMAN :: .

the Navy Swanson, tempt to prevent the courts of the nation for more than six hours. Her course deal about money.

other officials and a from fulfilling their constitutionalduty took her straight east at first, high over The British do not agree with him, i
host of their relationsand of passing upon the validity of the mountain peaks between the Mexican and some British experts consider the 11 STOCK and POULTRY
personal friends. legislation." dollar 'worth about 50 cents
the capital and Tampico. She was now and Medicines are Rellabla '
The admiral and Mrs. not seen at the oil port, nor was she expect it to go lower. -

Byrd spent a night In SEVENTEEN years ago, the first, offl- reported by radio. Observers knew, They will probably ,be disappointed.John o Blae kt an's Medicated Lick- '

the White House., -./ ... -. air mall service however, that she expected to be above D. Rockefeller's] I. O. U. Is as ABrik.Blackman's .
Then he was Joined by between New York and Washingtonwas '10,000 feet as she crossed the shore- good ns' gold, and this' country Is the .. Stock Powder

his mother, Mrs. Elea- Admiral' Byrd established, when Lieut Torrey line out over the gulf for her 690 mile John D. Rockefeller among nations. O.Blackmail's Cow.Tonic

nor Boiling Byrd, and his four children Webb In an army plane started from hop over the water to .New Orleans.
and the family party left for the Belmont Park, L. L, for the National Passing over New Orleans, she com A New England gathering approves o Blackman's Char-Med-Sal '

Byrd home at Winchester, Va. The Capital with a load of mail. The anniversary municated by radio with the Department birth control and 'sterilizatIon of the Blackman's: Poultry Tablets '\i-"'

Bear of Oakland and the Jacob Rup- was celebrated at Newark of Commerce 'statIon there, and hopelessly' Insane and habitually criminal o Blackman's ,
pert, supply ship of the expedition, departed airport with the opening of the new then flew swiftly along the airways of with full dissemination of birth :

from the Washington navy yard $500,000 administration building, fed American Air Lines and Eastern AirLines control Information. 'The action was Highest Quality Lowest Price

for Boston, the admiral planning to eral, state and New York city officials As she swooped over Hoover I not taken by any "radicals," or other Satisfaction Guaranteed 'or

board the Ruppert en route. taking part in the program.' Amelia airport, Washington, Eugene VIdal, director queer fauna but "by the New England your money back. -

1---- Putnam dedicated new amphibian of the air commerce bureau, ra- Conference' Methodist Churches"
THE ,administration's program In plane, and one of the original six army dioed: "You have done a splendid Job, That makes It news. ,The idea Is gain- BUY FROM YQUR DEALER, _

senate was delayed by a renewal mail flyers, Lieut Edwin W. Kilgore so come down." But Amelia'reI>Hed, Ing ground that the woman should have
of Huey Long's attack on Post of Short Hills, N. J., was among those with thanks for the Invitation that she something to say about "another baby." BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.

master General Farley. The Louisiana was going on through. Kloir Feature Syndicate, loo. A-,.. Chattanooga, Tenn.
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"What's the matter, Mr. BrandonT Believes in "Paradise"for

I he asked sharply, with the manner of
The Man From Yonder one ready to render service. Man's Best Friend

Brandon did not reply at once. He Three, dogs have broken my heart.

settled his coat on his shoulders. First, It was the black setter, Clay,

of my boyhood. By the' glow of a
"Sheriff arrest this
;! $ young man -
if'r By Harold Titus he said then. "I'll sputtering candle in an old coal
SYNOPSIS' swear to
you can't Nick You're shed I sat besIde'him the night long,
of assault
a complaint and battery -
___ hurting wrist !I" myself
I Copyright 1928-1934, Harold Titus. my ." helpless as he suffered the, agony ofa
Ben Elliott-from "Yonder"-arrives He winced from the grasp and on conscienceless poisoner's
WNU Service. A sigh of relief of ground
, disappointment
I 3 at the little lumbering: town of Tincup that the last shadow of smile went.out glass.
. accompanied by Don Stuart, old, very of Ben Elliott's face, the slightly apol- of laxing tension, or of all these combined Netf.lt
: Boston bull Junior
was a
: sick man, whom he has befriended. ,went up from the growing group. ,
'I'm afeerd old Don won't do much ; ogetic look at Interfering in a matter who obeying command of
I' The sheriff turned to Elliott and a mine to
vlsltin' in TIncup." Bird-Eye turned to' which was not strictly his affalrpassed touched his cross deserted Fifth ,avenue at mid
IContinued2 him Inquiringly and the man nodded. from his He himself arm significantly.
CHAPTER eyes. put squarely "You'd better night, was struck down by drunken
come along Elliott
"Brandon. He found him here while before Brandon.
r Junior
he said. "You took in too much terrI- crawled towardme
Thought of the rules swept the th ",birlln was goin' on. He's likely "Let him go," he said 'quietly, but his tory." licked my hand as though to

crowd, because Duval was edging to made other arrangements." Jook drove hard Into those black eyes. Ben looked about almost foolishly.He say, "It wasn't your fault, partner!"

the right. He moved slowly, awk- Bird-Eye's face reflected concern ; The man hesitated and flushed."If was embarrassed and He and was no more.
. surprised.
wardly, at the cost of great effort, on the other raan's a cynical acceptanceof you aren't looking for trouble," had expected a rough-and-tumble fightin Now there Is the newest 'scar. A

toward the center of the log. Was he some unpleasant fact. he said, voice edged with wrath, "you'll what he considered beautiful and Joyous Sealyham

trying one more trick:? Not likely. A "Th' dirty stinker!I" Bird-Eye said keep out of this !" and surely he was the a righteouscause sort who named! Rainbow, full of romp, devo-

man under such a strain does not at- beneath his breath. "So he's drivin'him "Fair enough. But unless you've gota would have been tion and clownish nonsense, came

tempt'strategy Sot fair'strategy.As out already, is he? Well)), th' low better reason than I know about, let such on familiar ground in tall-wagging back from a walk one
an encounter. But here
3d progressed an Inch at a time down-" the old timer alone Let go his wrist !" with was, day, and a little later slithered belly-
a plucking at his sleeve !
Elliott countered by also creeping "Who's driving who out? Elliott he added sharply, as Stuart winced He wise toward his mistress with a
laughed a bit sheepishly.
toward the center so his end might not asked. again. "All Sheriff. pathetic, whimper. Soon he was In
: right If
I dip beneath the surface. 'Misther Brandon. Americky molght Til thank you to keep out of-" arrestingyou the convulsions of a baffling poison
run to here In
be a free country but Tincup ain't in "Let-go-his-wrist, you d-d bul- Tincup, likely I'm
Both men had their arms extended it !i" that rendered him stiff and cold.

and Elliott's grin had faded to a sort It, thin. Owld Donny ain't welcome ly iHe He turned for his It Is not blind, unreasoning faith
pack-sack and
here 'nd 't's likely: he's got his ordersto had Brandon's as
f of curious smile, a speculative alert- grasped forearm he did so observed old Don Stuart but a conviction as clear as a wIn-

l ness. Close and closer they came move on. with both hands, letting his pack slipto sitting weakly on the step of the ter star that such unquenchable
vacant -
together and then, as their extended Elliott hitched his pack-sack higher. the sidewalk.: The clutch on Don store building before which the sparks do not fly upward to'nowhere.

hands were all but touching, Duval "What's this? Orders? What's wrong Stuart's arm loosened. With' a snarl scene had been enacted. Perspiration Somewhere there is an Elysian

suddenly flecked: his right wrist in a with him? Seemed like a harmless old Brandon drew back and swung for beaded his waxen face and his quick greenery of eternal frolic where
gaffer to me. Bent on coming to Tin- Ben's Jaw. Elliott ducked for-
pass at Elliott's left hand. swayed breath came through open, colorless quizzical, heads ,are suddenly cocked

"Ah, th' dirty-" But BirdEye'shigh cup, too ; wanted It like a little kid ward and bending his supple body lips. He was obviously a sick man and for the familiar voice they will certainly -

scream was cut short by an om- wants candy. Got my goat. Who'sgoing caught Brandon about the middle, trouble clouded Elliott's eyes. hear. A paradise otherwise Is

inous The Bull defeat to run him off?" drove his head into the man's chest unthinkable. O. O. McIntyre In Cosmopolitan .
roar. facing "Minute: Sheriff, he-said and crossedto ,
Bird-Eye had hopppd nimbly to a log raised a knee to his groin, lifted him zIne.
i' had overstepped all rules. The slightest Don, thrusting one hand into a pants
f touch on the other's body would from which point he could see across from his feet, swung, shoved and flung pocket.:

:' A .: upset his balance, now, and after Elliott bobbing- him free. "Here, old timer," ,he said gently. BOYS! GIRLS!
"Ah-ha he exclaimed. "Sure It's
i With oath Brandon went
I ,' x a sharp
# had himself above taking
proven The hand tame out and Into Stuart'spalm
Read the Grape Nuts ad in another
Misther Brandon hisself who's arunnln' -
down In the half-thawed mire of the
what recognized as a fair
was even he thin
pressed a packet of bills
column of this and learn how
owld Donny off !I" paper
street, sprawling IgnomInIously on his
advantage the last vestige of loyaltyto
and some change. "Get one of old
your Dean Winners
join the Dizzy and
Elliott craned his neck and could see,
town or whatever it was which had back.Well buddies Here you !"straighten
win valuable free zes.-Adv.
put men on Duval's side was whisked half-way to the depot, two men on the now I This was something else ing and beckoning Bird-Eye, who ap- pr

sidewalk. One was his companion in again. Men had been coming, edging
away. proached with alacrity. "Get the old
travel earlier that day ; the other a cautiously near during the brief argu- Name Again, PleaseSo
On Duval's face was ruthlessness timer to a hotel. Better get a doctor,
man he had not seen before. The latter ment between Elliott and Nicholas long as attention has been di-
along with the flush of fatigue and too. He's heeled enough to take care "
had Don Stuart by one arm but that Brandon. But when Brandon, the man rected to "the forgotten man, It
I humiliation. He would be the last of himself a few days. After that. .
I contact was not the friendly assistance who ruled Tincup and Its county, was -might be proper for some enterprising -
man on that log, though disqualified we'll see.
[ which Ben had offered the old fellow. seen lifted from his feet and tossed journalist to Interview the kingof
for any prize. At any cost he would He turned then and fastened a severe
As Elliott looked, the feeble old man ignominiously into the mud, trampledby Italy.Washington Evening Star.
I Brandon.
stay on that log. gaze on
1 tried to draw away but the other was his horses, stirred by the wheelsof "
:i But would he? Elliott, a steely quality "And you, chum, let him alone he
insistent scarcely hesitated In his Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets the original -
his wagons and tractors, the street are
coming Into his grin, retreated untIl warned. "Until a doctor says he can
little liver 60
I toward the station. pills put up years ago.
progress which led through his town, to his "
!I he was out of the other's reach. travel, you watch your step with him They regulate liver and bowels.-Adr.
1 "Train west's due now," Bird-Eye mill. .' Well, then they came a-run- But Brandon this. He
:! The log sank beneath him but he did Ignored was
i said. "Sure, 'nd pore owld Donny, he'll nIng buttoning his coat his
not slow his cadence despite the fact pushing way Well, What Was It?
be a It's a cryin' shame Bird-Eye cackled an impudent laugh
passenger. ,
r;;,,1 that he ran In water. He, loosed the through the group, which fell aside re- Landlady-It looks like rain.
iapin him away from Tincup so !" and turned to watch the faces of the
i spectfully.
i last reservoir of his energy and by the New Lodger-Yes, and smells of
: way his feet flickered and clawed and Elliott started forward, Bird-Eye at vanguard who came, to see their liege "All right, Sheriff," said Ben to that chicory

f spurned that_ log one might well have his heels, crossing the street leaping lord, sprawled in the mud there, scram- worth '. "Let's go !i"CHAPTER

r believed that until now he had only to the"hIgh board sidewalk and swIng-

. \r played with this crowned king of the ing on. ""f111f11111lJ"tflJj/! I II
He overtook the two he followed Justin SICK HEADACHESIndicate
- i river that flowed past Tincup. I II
. time to hear Stuart /
Watchers felt their middles aching gasp : / /F Able ArmItage, Justice of the peace Acid ConditionChew
: "-aIn't long to live, NIck. I'd
followed those in looked his
as they straining con- Tincup, over spectaclesinto
like stay here. Ain't pleasantto
testants. Again the Bull sought to If the face of the prisoner before o'ne or more Milnesia
be sick and not .
strike Elliott's extended hand and friends." among him and a twinkle appeared in his Wafers and obtain relief

missed by inches. His left hand raised, keen blue eyes. He asked :
I "Never mind," the other said as one Send for one week's liberal supply-FREE.
Jerkily, up and up. His body tilted. \ \e\ "Now, young man, you're charged '
might to a protesting child. "I've told SELECT PRODUCTS. Inc.4402 23rd
His great torso was twisting, wrenchIng with assault and battery on the personof
Street. Island York
number of times to a Long City, New
,-:. at the hips, and, seeing this, Elliott you any" stay Nicholas Brandon. Are you guilty

.:, leaped high, came down running, sent, away. From the rear windows of hIs' clut-
On this reply Elliott moved abreastof tered little Able had watched MILNESIATo
water sloshing back and forth the office,

length of the stick until with a throatycry the man. young Ben Elliott emerge from the

of rage and humiliation, of hatred "Hello, old timer!1"' he said, address- status of a complete stranger to the

and jealousy, the great Bull, missing a ing Stuart. "Going some place?" I \ populace; to that of its latest hero by l1

stride went sideways and backward, He did not look at the man said to sending Mr. Bull Duval to a damp and

disappeared beneath the surface of the be Nicholas. Brandon. His manner on ignominious finish in the log birllng. I

pond with a mighty splash and came the question was almost casual. v After that he picked up an old clarinet

t up blowing and shaking his black-: "Oh hello," Don panted. "1 and commenced to play a halting, skin -

' thatched head. Mister Brandon, here won't let me aimless and not completely musical quickly allay

, Hats went into the air, then along -stay." tune. irritations or hurts"depend
with yips and jells and enthusiastic Then Elliott looked at Brandon. A He was so occupied' either with the on soothing

i j r' oaths as Ben Elliott, panting heavily, man of undetermInate age ; not old, musical performance or with his

k- brought the log to a stop and, hands neither young. Powerfully built, witha : thoughts that he did not hear the

\'. on his knees, stood blowing and grinning peculiarly white face and eyes as .Q' tramp of many feet on the walk out-

and watched the man whose title black: as night. Those eyes bored Into side 'and was unaware that he was

f he had taken swim for the boom sticks. Elliott's now, keenly, intelligently, with about to be called on to function In

The Bull slunk the look of a man who is accustomedto an official capacity. When the door
quickly toward the Yap RUNDOWN AILING ?
,, With A Sharp Oath Brandon Went and Ben Elliott Hick-
boiler room of the mill, water streamIng gauging others without delay or hes- opened, though, ,

: r from his pants and sleeves. The itation ; they were the eyes of a man Down Into the Half-Thawed Mire ens, the sheriff, and Nicholas Brandon, Read this: Mrs. O. Vincent
of 19 New St., Natehez.Miss.remaxked"My
: who knows the of of the Street. followed It seemed by the total male -
pond man threw out his pike pole and men, glance one accustomed "'
to rule men. population of the county, surged ; ?.;..fhusband; was suffering with
brought the cedar log to shore and ,
ble to his feet. Their voices were v 1 low vitality and he was
there BIrney, the announcer and mas- "Oh, this man doesn't want you to raised In incredulity. In two decades through the doorway the clarInet'ssquawking wonderfully benefited by
leaped into a shrill) squeal : ,...g >' taking Dr. Pierce Golden
Ben said And then witha ;
of stay softly. "
ter ceremonies, greeted Elliott "
with >
,and more no man save: Bird-Eye Blaine ",,,;;; \1" Medical Discovery.
a clap on the back and, with the other smile, to Brandon: "I sort of took had dared lift even his voice In Tin- and died away. The judge's feet 'r., ;,,:"W'f.; New size, tablets 50 eta.,

; hand, thrust a roll of currency at him."Here's the old timer under my wing today. He cup in other than respect for Nicholas dropped to the floor and he swung his tabs or liquid. $1.35.liquid All druggists.100. Large size,

I wants to stay here quite badly. I'll chair to face the entrance. Write Dr. Piercc's Clinic Buffalo,N.Y..for
your money and you sure Brandon. And now this stranger had
free medical advice. ,Ask for our free booklet
The sheriff stated his errand, the
I t": deserve it !t" he cried, close In Ben's look after him. picked him up and thrown him away which describes the Invalids Hotel and gives all
f. complaint was drawn, Nicholas Bran- particulars of our work!Jere.SORE .
place for him here :;
t r t, ear ,to make himself heard. "You'd gotI' But Brandon was up lurching for
don affixed his signature and then for
it on a foul, anyhow. Better this way i"! Brandon said positively. "Come, Stuart, the sidewalk where Ben Elliott stood,
the first time Able looked closely Into
l Bird-Eje; grasped his hand and shook it's almost train time. legs spread, fists clenched but with the face of the defendant. KILL ALL FLIES
He twitched at the old man's arm humor and grinningas ,
'. with congratulations as profane as good repossessed
It was long and searching look
Placed anywhere. Daisy fly
, but Ben broke In, brow wrinkled: as If he had Bull Duval grIn- al
1 they were shrill. Others surged around grinned at ; of Killer attracts and kllla five
and was met steadily by a pair clear
sad GLarantccdi; effective. Neat
the victor and Elliott accepted this be wanted to handle a perplexing mat- ning as a man will who loves combat steel-gray eyes which seemed, on care- o"N*KS>*41 convenient-Cannot epUl-

:, homage modestly. ter fairly. for Its own sake and not at all as one ful Inspection, to struggling to holdback lists wUlnot) all sollorlNure eea on. 20o anang.at all

! r : "Luck !I" he said to one enthusiastic "Well, now, say No place? Sup- who fights in red rage. an expression that might, if per- dealers J60DoKalt Harold>AveB Bomcra.'ilyn>Inc.f.Y.,

well-wisher. "I the pose a place was made for him a few However his smile faded and his jaw
f got breaks In luck: mitted to develop, have proved to bea Ih
days? I'd sort of planned on that settled as Brandon uplifted his face in
f "Luck be domned !I" shrilled Bird- mischievous smile.TO .
i Eye. "I'll lick: any mon ave me own There's a hotel here, and I'd be willingto that rush. Murder was there, In the BE CONTINUED.

i t old or me lown heavy who says 'twas -" black eyes, in the loose hanging of the EYES Dr Salter
"I don't know you," Brandon Inter- lower lip, In the purple flush .of his Water as Food Eye Lotion
luck You got stuff, me b'y
guts!" ; you got rupted and Irritability crept into his cheeks. Murder, and no less. As quickly Commonly speaking, foods are most boon rolloTes Helps and cures the weak sore and eyed Inflamed, cures without eyes In 21 pain to tb,

t voice. "I've never even seen you. I've as that homicidal look had come it substances eaten or drunk for the Ask your druggist or dealer for BALTEIt'S.Only.
"Thanks, chum Elliott laughed. "I from BeformfllapensaryP.O.Box Ibl.Atlanta.0a.SAYE
, known this man for years. He's an old passed. Something like fear swept building up and maintenance of the
hope, you don't find me out !I"
k employee of mine. This is my affair. I those eyes, driving it away. Not fear human body and to supply energy for

, He shouldered his way slowly to his never have others, especially strangers, of this encounter, Ben knew ; not fear Its activities. In the more exact scien- bpeclal MONEYI Shetland i'loss BUY 1 o DIRECTI:.ball 17c.

pack-sack and, surrounded by his ad- meddling." of a stronger, younger man. Some- tific sense, only those constituents of Write Boucle.for Worsted.samples Germantown.Mall Orders.FreeBeautlfulKnlttlnelJar .

mirers, with Bird-Eye in the fore, A low whimper came from Stuart thing else again ; something entirely the foods consumed which are actually Otter
changed to his shoes He DON HENRY CO.Dept5, P.O.Box 282 Chica 0ULYARN
again. had
and Ben rubbed his chin with one different. It was the sort of fear that assimilated are considered foods, the

the usual run of questions to answer knuckle. comes from within ; the kind of fear a remainder being waste. Water may be
that Is the lot of any winner in a "Yeah. I am butting In, I guess. But man has for his own Impulses. regarded as the most important of FLORIDA FARMS balance wi eiviceadP:!

spectacular contest and he did It with You see, the old timer told me a Brandon halted abruptly. His fists foods, constituting nearly 70 per cent tising. Florida. Box 81-11, Jacksonville, Fla.

C"7/ that amiable] grin, with his marked little about himself. He's been lone- relaxed into hands and with one of of the human body. It Is an absolute
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C' modesty and yet with a likeable frank- some a long time, I take it. He's not them he brushed rather aimlessly at necessity for the maintenance of life.

ness.He what you'd call In robust health. I mud on his sleeve.A The average weight of water consumedper

looked about for Don Stuart figure that if I was In his shape I'd dozen men were close, then, hold- day, only part of which Is assIm- II CLASSIFIED ADSFREE

: craning his neck to see over the crowd like to be with a few old friends my- ing back, watching, waiting, listening. ilated,' exceeds the dry weight of all

which was now moving up toward Tin- self and If-" Others were coming; many more, the other foods combined.

cup's main thoroughfare. In the distance a train whistled and pounding over the walk, splashing premiums of value and merit to

"Who ye mean?" Bird-Eye asked. on the sound Brandon's eyes snapped. through melting puddles, keyed to Trade Winds NEW VICINE AGENTS PRODUCTS-men CO.and. Memphis women. Tenn.

"Owld Donny?" "I've not time to argue my affairs," grand excitement And as Brandon Trade winds, in their naming, had

"Yeah. Stuart. The old duffer's he said sharply. "Come, Stuart. halted, looking up into Elliott's face little to do with commerce. They get Inspected Porto RIcan Potato Plants $1.15

, broke, on top of being sick, and I wantto "But, Nick See here, Nick. and evidently fighting for self-control, tHeir name from an old English defi- per 1.000; transportation charges collect.

look out for him." I'll never get 'back again. It's one of these new arrivals pushed to nition of the word "trade", whIch'once JOHN Prompt F service. ULNDSAY.: quality TUTON.plants now GEORGIA.ready.

\ A man at his elbow said cautiously: lonesome, beln' sick alone, wherer the front and came up importantly. meant_ "straight path."


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News planning to follow their example. r 1 lemon. back home. lecture until you hear my story. Fora
The Clewiston
At least one other teacher, and it 1-4 cup seedless raisins. \ I long time Nate Reece, publisher of
Is rumored two of the graduatingclass Granulated Sugar. Fishing Is becoming 'a popular
the Arcadia Arcadian, has been
and Pet urg-
Published every Friday In Clewiston, will become brides before sum- Wash and pit cherries. Peel or- past-time. Engineers Allen
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, mer Is over. There will also be an- ange. Separate orange sections from ers returned yesterday morning I II In' me to come down and have a lookat
in withina I from a couple of hours spent on the George K. End's rattlesnake cannery -
Inc. other engineering circles membrane. Place orange peel and '
I lake near the hurricane gate here so as I happened to be ,in the
couple of weeks. Cupid certainlyhas sections, juice of lemon and pitted r
Editor been and in the back of the car were neighborhood the other day, I took *
Keathley busy. cherries in utensil and cover with ...
\ several small ones and a noble specimen time out to visit what folks down
The young brides are very domestic water. Bring to a boil and boll 10 I
of the finny tribe that weighed that way choose to call "Rattlesnake
Entered as second class mail matter and recipe swapping is the orderof minutes. Let set several hours_ or I "
exactly 7 1-2 pounds. It was a beau- Headquarters.
February 1, 1927, at the Post < -t,ie day. We'll help the cause overnight. Remove orange ,
pee1.1( ty, too. (N. B. Yesterday was Deco-
Accordin' to the rules, a is
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under along by passing on a thought or Measure and add equal guy
ration hence the
Day, Engineers
the Act of' March 3, 1897. two we gleaned from an exchange sugar. Then add raisins and cook supposed to take a good stiff drink
fishing. Sam declared holiday
I a -
before he can expect to see snakes,
concerning Surinam (never could until of desired consistency. Pour
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. spell it without the dictionary) cher- into sterilized containers. Seal with I j for the occasion). but !'mtel Un' you, this is a case

Advertising rates on application. ries. They grow nicely here, makea parrafin. where you need a drink a heck of a
very pretty hedge pr bush and are I .:":-:":":":-:":":":":":":":":":":":":":-. :":":":":. lot worse "After" than .you do
Devoted to the advancement and useful. I .y. "Before."
very J.
Vacationists fortunate enough to
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry Ii TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY It seems that a long way back
The ripe, pitted Surinam cherries make an extended stay this summer | *
County. may be used for other fruits in ice : will find'some changes when they durln' the well-known boom, some _
:::: :: slick real estate aholdof
promoter got
cream recipes being sure to add a return home. The Oglesby home and I ;
,a tract of Florida woods, scrub
)little powdered when
sugar neces- the Meredith apartment are under-
COLONEL DUNK RETIRES palmetto ,land, east of Arcadia and
sary. They make a nice decorationin way. Landscaping at, the'warehouse .
punch: or with and ban- ill til. sold it in little chunks, as the world's
oranges of U. S. Engineers and the work .
U. S.
Colonel Beverly C. Dunn, BY best trucking land. \ -
District Engineer, who has been sta- anas .In congealed gelatine desserts'l done, smoothing and clearing up near :
tioned in Jacksonville for several Cooked, they are most 1 I I,'I the hurricane gate will brighten :: FRUSSELL KAY :!: George End and a few others-folks:

years will leave within the next few marmalade, which is made by the i j that portion of town considerably. went out there with a vision of mak-
following directions: Things to move ing a comfortable living from the
appear along
portant days for post Washington in the office to fill of the an As-im- Surinam Cherry Marmalade II II when we see them day by 'day slowly, but .:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-.:' soil. They built homes: and startedwadin' -

sistant Secretary of War. I quart Surinam cherries. go away: for a month and you'll notice "I've been seein' snakes."-But round in the palmetto scrub

At a dinner In his honor Tuesday 1 orange. i 1 I the difference when you get wait, don't start your temperance (Continued on Page 8) I

evening in the Windsor Hotel in

Jacksonville, Col. Dunn was given a .
great ovation by the members of the ,.,< -

Chamber of Commerce and speakerswere '
loud in their praise of his accomplishments : :
during his tour of From the great Multi-sol Refinery comes ,. :
duty Florida.. _
Walter F. Coachman, Jr., execu- -
tive vice president of the National

Gulf-Atlantic Ship Canal Associationwas GULFaLUBE PREMIUM OIL f t
the first speaker of the occasionand -

in paying his respects to Colonel .
Dunn told how he had always found

him a most outstanding officer, always -
friendly and helpful with a
love for Florida. He predicted the 1 FOR 25

future elevation of Col. Dunn to the N .
position of chief of U. S. Army Engineers

stating that he possessed all _. .; {'.}
of the necessary capabilities. Gov- :r.yf.
.r.,,;,,,{ ; ',.',..
ernor Sholtz sent a telegram express- ..:.2.: .{{,9a,3f;. ry4 wr
ing the appreciation on behalf ofFlorida's 's,>}../:.v.r..":l.Y.t.., .y;knr?..,, .r..N>:
citizens for what the retirIng vrvn..{}...r.r

engineer had done for the v k yr/7'(R.r., :.:a ., r t.r.,{ ,}.
commonwealth.The v. s,2:7t rvi .. .. :
; .Yi
;)rli a k7 : !
( t
; :4 >z:9rfrifrJlr.: ; !}?;v'i.
entire Okeechobee Flood Con- ;
trol project up to the present time "Hl%ftitS

has been under Colonel Dunn's sup- ..w'i'
ervision. He has made many tripsof ?fs ./!'f'h{!:.:., v.Jf +r.J.v:.::4.C vr.v ty:

inspection to the work which has xn.k::.:: !v'r..r;LRr,,,
made him a frequent visitor to vti' .;J'{:
Clewiston. The with which the
speed :)) '"
project has progressed and the min-
imum of trouble experienced testi- .
fies to Colonel Dunn's ability: as sup- :{v%!
ervising engineer and his interest in

our section of the state. ,
Colonel Dunn is to be congratu-

lated on his advancement and although ,

Florida will regret to lose ?> z.;1; '.+i41rry.?{;.b,. C., '
him as District Engineer it is hoped .)t 4 ; f: ;;; '} rv .>:f 'sY!--v. $ .
that the. predictions of Mr. Coach- .?.it,: .

man prove true. } : A.
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THE IDEAL EDITORIS ;. : %ti y:4.n:;{.vfru/ }? ;

DESCRIBED sdr s'rC r.4fY. i'f

For ._ ..... ,, ..,. fi :.f,jY<:; :S.t j7ilf rf7
years we've been waiting to ':'C' ;:w. '''M W'xr"=y" H.'''''r Y-""" '$ ;,;(;:'"asp : '3:.t '> irb.+.ft.Et4.4- :>;:J.x-; xirvGr;: ;;: a sus':;7'J sew>S: '>f'f'l< =?<< r""' :'Y.$.;::?:(W-f: >>:szw: : i
get a description of an "Ideal Edi-

r. -there tor"-and really often was wondering such an animal-whether Thousands changing to the '!New Gulf-lube. But it is news when you can get them

without paying a premium price '
and at last we are rewarded for our

I patient search by having our friend, now a premium, oil in everything but price
Doc' Kendrick, hand us a clipping What. you 'get from the ":;.; \:
from his home town in Ala-
paper Gul lube '
new f -
bama which carries an editorial WITHIN the past few weeks a new 25 motor oil that is equal to most :} ..

from the Roanoke, Va., Leader that of motorists have premium oils-and actually better than With a crank-case full of the new ,, .

: gives along the but formula.modesty We. are forbids passingit us made pleasant discovery many! Gulf Tube. you'll get less carbon and ,: ,,:

f- raising the question as to whether They have discovered that there is now It is the new GULF-LUBE. And it. sludge. less wear on moving parts c':

: any of. the editors in Winter Haven better all-around motor protection, "
: owes. its amazing quality to an ut-
i f' fit description: no matter how hot it gets! '
:. "Somebody wishes to know the terly new refining process-the "- ':. ,
t, qualifications of an ideal newspaper No other 25? motor oil gives Multi-solprocess-which magicallygets And best of all ;you'll add less oil between '::; !.-_

:. man. One of our exchanges says, all these rid of the "mischief making"elementstars drains. For the Multi-sol process :} ;:'
. there isn't any such individual, but you quality points
'.. has Gulf-lube's / :
and carbon- stepped up already
:. if there were, he would be" as fast gum
.::_ In action as an electric fan and as., 1. It is Multi-sol processed. forming compounds.No high mileage 20% to 25%! -

':,, patient as Job; he would have the 2. Its already high mileage has other.25c motor oil is made Try the new Gulf-lube today at any'

F;; endurance of 20 and the wisdom of been stepped up 20% to 25%. by this remarkable process! Gulf dealer's. It's the biggest motor'
'., 70; he would have'the memory of
an encyclopedia and the infallibility 3. Highly resistant to oxidation It's no news to you that premiumoils oil value a quarter. ever bought! \. .;

:. of an adding machine; he would non'sludging-extralongIifc.. have always had certain ad.
4 have an eye like an eajIe and the
4. It has vantages. GULF REFINING CO. -
nose of a bloodhound; he would be a high viscosity index-
as tactful as an expectant heir be- thins out less under heat : '

fore a rich uncle and as firm asa easy starting y ar-round. Thoroughly

granite; he would be as discerning de-wa. ed.

; as a shaft of ligfit and have the
an- THE
5. Cu0
Forms far less carbon.
alysis of a supreme court jurist; ;UBE
would be able to, at one and the 6. High film strength pure '.:;;; ;': NEW
same time, answer two telephones, mineral oil that Mill not cor
place a call on his own, check a rode new alloy bearings.
proof sheet and add the middle IN CANS OR BULK

name of a third assistant secretaryof W35, GULF REFINING CO.,PITTSBURGH.PA.
the navy, and remember whateverit I
he was told to bring home from
the corner drug store." Winter '

Haven Chief. ,

A'. You will find the new GULF-LUBE OIL and
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:Whoever originated June as the STATION

month weddings didn't miss it .
very far. Weddings and romance are ,' -
" 'r, certainly in the air. So excited did :. : ; Glenn Etherton Prop. -

we all become over Eva Mae'sand .
Elizabeth's weddings that others are \ -

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fl '.".."......".."..".."..".."......".."N."N.. . .."..".."..".....,, Mrs. J. A. McGehee, accompanied' LAXE-GREENE portant because they do the work J. ITi1. COUSE

I by her sister, Mrs. P. E. Suther and quickly: as well as efficiently. TheCorps J

i Personal Mention Mrs. E. W. Frail of West Palm Miss Eva Mae Greene popular of Engineers have 'a large J
member of the Clewiston High Counselor and Attorney at
number of tractors, trucks and '
r Beach spent Tuesday in Fort Myers. cars, 1

.:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:.-.:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..v:. School faculty, and John Bailey; boats which are very necessary. to Hopkins Building A

for Miss Mary Moore, daughter of Lane of Tampa were married Satur- the construction. Wcdnesdaj and Saturday :t
W. W. Liddell left yesterday day afternoon at the parsonage of. .
J.....,. a visit of several days. in Sarasota. Mrs. J. W. Moore, has been in a the White Temple Baptist Church As passages through the levee 9:30 to 4:00 A
U';; Fort Myers hospital for several day: were necessary for water transportation -
in Miami the bride's uncle, Rey .
for observation and medical treat the hurricane gates were con- r .
F. G. Garrison of Fort Myers was ment. George Hyman performing the'cere- structed. The foundations for the ,

in Clewiston on business Friday. mony in the presence of a few inti- I L. B. Mershon '
gates are about sixty feet deep, and .
mate friends.
-- are constructed of wood pilings. TJie
Mr. and ,Mrs. Matthew Fletcher: Mrs. Lane is the daughter of Mr !
Charles Turner left Sunday for ;a I gate walls are constructed .of reinforced AGENT '"
of New Orleans were business visi- and Mrs. J. H. Green of Plant City: actual
visit with friends in Okeechobee. concrete but the gates. New York Life '
tors in Clewiston the first of the and has taught in the local school "
are made of steel. The gates are i
-- week. Mr. Fletcher 'Is president of for two years. She attended the .:,
hand operated and can be opened or
Mrs. B. E. Nall, Sr., motored to the Canal Construction company. Plant City high school and completed closed against a head of water. The I Insurance Company

Moore Haven Wednesday her education at the Florida State< ,
land protected "by the levee must be ARCADIA, FLORIDAA. .\
College for Women in Tallahassee, ,
F..A. McKenzie, Jr., of Tulane drained and therefore the pump -
receiving the B. S. degree in 1932. :;
Mrs. V. V. Mason of Moore Haven University, is spending this week in houses and culverts were constiucted. -
Mr. Lane is originally from Ten-
was the guest of Mrs. Wlllard Simp- Clewiston with his parents Mr.: and The culverts are pipes which J. LITTLEOsteopath. :.
nessee, but has resided in Tampa for -
son a few days this week. Mrs. Fred McKenzie at the Clewis run through the levee. They are ten
many years. He is the son of Mr I I -, ;
ton Inn. i feet in diameter and have an automatic -
-and Mrs. J. H. Lane, and is associated ,
I gate' on the outside. These "1
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dean are< with Lewis-Freel1 Company, I
gates oven outward only, and they By Appointment '
leaving Saturday for a visit in Key: Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and sons, wholesale grocers: of Tampa. i -i
I will close themselves when the lake.
West. Gene and Solon, will leave tomorrowfor Among. the guests at the weddingwere LAKE HARBOR, FLORIDA, "
level gets higher than that. of the
a two weeks' vacation. They expect Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Miss:
land. The pump houses contain from
: : to visit several points in Geor- Vilma Rhodes of Clewiston.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bussell spent I two to three pumps and each puts ':
gia while away.: Mr. and Mrs. Lane are malting
the we'ekend'in LaBelle with rel-
forth nearly six thousand gallons of
their home in Tampa. .
, ntiv s. -- water' minute. Each house
I Miss Joy Willingham, of Moore drains about ten or fifteen miles. REQUEST. ,
'. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lawler and Haven, who was the guest of her MRS. JAMES A. RUMBLE1 The pumps can pump the water I

children were visitors. in Fort My- sister, Mrs Roy Alston and Mr. Als- -- away from the land 'or on to it. In C. E. STEBEL "

ton last week returned to her home this way the land can be irrigated.
ers yesterday. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle entertained with .
I Sunday. ) The levee not only offers pro- Electrical Contracting
a tea and bridal shower at her at-
tection to the people and their crops
I Mr.. and Mrs. J. K. Mowry and tractive home Tuesday' afternoon PHONE 2121
Mrs. C. F. Trainor: and daughter,, but it makes a cross-state canal
i son John, were visitors' in West Barbara Ann, who have been vis- honoring Mrs. James A. Rumbley, which will better transportation. PAHOKEE, FLORIDA

" Palm Beach Saturday. iting Mr. and Mrs. Al Trainer in formerly Miss Elizabeth West. The<

-- Daytona Beach fo-r'a few weeks returned living rooms were beautifully decorated MOTORING SEASON .IS. HERE! I Agent for -

d# Mrs. Fred McKenzie and Mrs. C. to their home here Saturday. with :spring flowers and a color i GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS

".. L. Downs were visitors in Moore --- scheme of pink and 'gieen, the With the arrival of summer motoring I

1 Haven Wednesday morning. same used at thevedding, was car- RANGES AND
-- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Vaughn of ried out in refreshments also. weather when license plates APPLIANCESYou

Indiantown and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. from state in the Union will
I every I
Mrs., J. A. McGehee returned Fri- .After a delightful hour in which ,

day from a visit of a few days in Gibbens of Canal Point were guestsof appropriate contests, "Love Story" appear .on the local highways: comes
Mr. ,and Mrs. Walter Vaughn, Jr., I I
Fort Myers. and "Famous Lovers; were enjoyed the announcement of a new. premium f

,...',. --- Sunday. little Kim Kolstad entered and pre- I quality motor oil in refinery-
Mr. and ,Mrs4 Grover Poole and sented Mrs. West with a basket Wreck 'Em I
sealed containers at the same price
son, John, were business visitors in Mrs. C. H. Ayres left for West loaded with pretty and useful gifts. I

Fort Myers Friday. Palm Beach this week after visitingher The guest list included Mrs. W that former grades of oil have been We Fix 'Em

brother, Grady Echols for two C. Prewitt, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. I selling at the pumps. I

C. L. Downs and L. H. Nash were weeks. Mrs. Ayres' home is in Ever- H. J16 B. Scharnberg Mrs. F. Deane The new Gulflube, a: Gulf Refin- PAINTING BODY AND

visitors in West Palm Beach Sunday glades. Duff Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. FENDER WORK:
ing product refined by. the new I
Patterson Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs
Multi-Sol is the result of TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY
R. N. Smith, Mrs. Mark R.. Lawler, process, i
Miss Vilma Rhodes left
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg Sundayfor Mrs. Glen Sears, Mrs. M. P. Peterson Gulf's intensive research seeking to -
: her home in Oakland. Miss
and John Lucaa attended the show Mrs. Gayle McFadden, Mrs., H. I produce a popular priced premium Done by An Expert
Rhodes ,has just completed her third
in Moore Haven Monday evening. T. Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn Jr., quality oil more capable of stand- : Courteous Servico
year as a member of the Clewiston
Mrs. Mrs. R. Hall I
-- G. B. Thomas H. ,
school faculty.Mr. I ing up under the high speed and tre- Work Guaranteed.
Mrs. Roy Alston and Miss Dell 0'- Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. I.. M. Paf- Prices Reasonable.PIONEER .

'. Connell, visited friends, and relatives ford, Mrs. Grover Poole Mrs C. W. mendous pressure of present day I

',' in Moore Haven Monday evening. and Mrs. Ivey M. Pafford and McDonald Mrs. Leah Spicer Mrs. motors than ever before. Even the

daughter Anne, left Thursday for W. C. Hooker, Mrs. M. E. Yenawine less expensive cars today are designed -

Mr. and Mrs. A., A. Munroe and Vicksburg, Mississippi, to visit I Mrs. W. C. Owen, lIrs.V.. M.: Redel- for speeds up to 75 and 90 miles G.I

.c':: Mr.. ..and Mrs. Campbell E. Nall spent friends. 'Returning they will drive sheimer, Mrs.; W. F. Simpson, Mrs. per hour. At these speeds the pistons I Service Station

Sunday in West Palm Beach. through the territory the T. V. Clifford Dean, Mrs. ''W. A. JJavis,, travel at terrific rate;, engine op- I BELLE GLADE PHONE 10

A. and 'will'visit relatives in Brunswick Mrs. R. H. Collins, erating temperatures are increasedand
--- Wrecker Service at All Hours
Georgia. Mae Miss Ulla Jacob- conditions more severe must be i
Miss Drew
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Crouch Mrs. t
.. ,
-' met by the motor oil. == "'''''' .r-: "":z.
Elbert Stewart,. Miss Sue Maxwelland sen, Mrs Tom Shelley Mrs. J. E. I

R.. L. Coker are leaving tomor- Miss Lucille Hampton returned to I, Beardsley, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell,. ,Mrs. Anticipating the necessity of a I

her home in LaBelle Saturday for Leslie Miller, Mrs. John Mowry, high-speed, high pressure, heat-re- . .. . . .
,, row for a week-end trip to Havana. I v V V v -
the; summer vacation. Miss Livonia I Mrs. C. F. Trainor, Mrs. E. L; Stew- sisting lubricant to meet modern i 1 i ,;
Mr. and Mrs. J. W: Bruce and Mrs.J. Congdon left Saturday for Alva to art, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. B. A. motor design, the Gulf company has I, :: New and Used *

W. ,Moore visited Miss Mary spend' the summer with her parents. Bourne, Mrs. H: C. Kolstad, and stepped up refining to a still higher I

Moore inthe Fort Myers hospital Both were teachers in the local Mrs. Lawton Sims and Mrs. C. J, degree of efficiency. In the Multi-sol :!:: FURNITURE :!::
exclusive with Gulf two
Thursday. school this year. Lovvorn of Canal Point. process, I

I Delightful refreshments of sandwiches cleansing agents are used to separate v
Mrs. Lawton Sims and Mrs. Charles cakes and the desired lubricating qualities I
Miss. Mignonne St. Martin returned punch were serv .:.
J. Lovvorn of Canal Point of the oil from the natural
came ed. 'i" BELLE GLADEBelle i fFU1MURE
today after a two months' vaca- impuri-I .:
I .
over Tuesday afternoon for the tea ties. The pure paraffine
tion spent with her parents in West
Palm Beach. and shower given by Mrs. J. W. ST. MARGARET MARY'S CHURCH the lubricating stock., is then thor- :: COMPANY' |:

I Ezelle ,for Mrs. J. A. Rumbley, also CATHOLIC oughly dewaxed and filtered. .:. _

of Canal Point. 1 The resulting premium-pure Gulf- :i: -
Mr: and Mrs. M. T. Ironmongerhad Glade Florida |
Father F. .J. Finnegan, Pastor lube supplies a smooth stout seal .. ,
as guests over the week-end, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Schattle and Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and Confessions before Mass. between piston ring and cylinderwall Next Door To Theatre *

., Virginia Sharpe of Miami. son, Bruce and Mrs. Beardsley'smother Mass on Sunday Morning at 8:30. insuring smooth performance I ::: :::

i I Mrs. L. H. Robbins left I Mass at St. Mary's Church, Pa- cleaner cylinder head and crankcase.i iI .<:<..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...............!....-.................."..-.......
Sunday for, Washington, D. C., and hokee at 10:30 every Sunday and more mileage at 25c per quart.
i Mrs. L. A. Turner Mr$. J. Grady

Niblack and Mr. and Mrs. M. J, Chicago. Mrs. Robbins expects to remain I

Hirsch Beach Saturday.were shopping in West Palm Washington for a and visit the with Beardsleys relatives will in LEVEE ESSAYSSECOND PLACE-. II' ..................."..................-.'............".................................................................................,........................................;.i;:- .;,:f3

; ; I return after a few weeks' vacation. ..
I Bj Billy Cowart-12th GradeAs ;' ;
\ Miss Wilma Douglas has returnedto '
her duties in the U. S. Engineer Mr and Mrs. R. C. Wilson have you probably know project FP2521 1

office after"a visit of three weeks as their guests Mrs. Wilson's mother | is the Caloosahatchee River ; I

with her parents in Panama City. Mrs. L. M. Oliphant and Mrs. and Lake Okeechobee Drainage Pro- i if

George Eleazer of Marietta. Accompanied ject, and is now under construction. ; CLEWISTON t1OLFI[

e' Miss Dorothea Yoder and Wade by their guests Mr. and Mrs. Lake Okeechobee is very shallow f
and in 1926 and 1928 high winds :: I :=:
-4 Cartee of Moore Haven were the Wilson spent Sunday on a trip to : :

guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Nail, Palm Beach and neighboring pointsof pushed the water over the southernend :
interest. of the lake and flooded the en- :t. COURSE
Jr., afternoon.Mr. t'
Sunday \
---- tire ,Everglades, killing more than ;_ ; HI:i!:

Lt. Richardson a thousand In placesthe ..
and Mrs. Fred I. Hill returned Selee was in Jack- persons. some t: .I
from sonville this week and attended a water reached twenty-nine. feet ;t ? :
Monday month's vacation
a t' ;:
testimonial luncheon given in hon- above sea-level. :
which they spent on a motor trip Hr
to Pennsylvania. or of Col. B. C. Dunn, retiring district The top of the levee stands about ::. -- : ; I

commander of the U. S., thirty-four feet above sea-level, t'

neers. The luncheon was Engi-I which gives a safety margin of about :( '
George:B. Stanley left Tuesday fora
members of the Jacksonville Chamber five feet. The levee is being constructed | ; _
visit in Fort Lauderdale, before i -
leaving for Richmond of Commerce at the Windsor of native materials but r
Virginia, I
Hotel. even then the cost is high. The e- :
visit his parentS I

1 ,. Miss Mae Drew left the first of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. McMul- quipment a large maintenance is very expensive cost., The and has hydraulic -I. ;II [Open to the ] ;>

lIen Beach'attended doing large
_ the week for her home in Richland, of West Palm dredges are a

Georgia, following the close of I the graduation exercises: of the portion of the work. TUie ,three most

school Friday. Clewiston High School Friday even- important of these are the "General" } +

ing. Mrs. McMullen was until recently which is owned by the Arundel : x
ill i Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Miss a member of the High School faculty Dredging Company the "Gulfport" ;} i!:,

and and the "Welatka". These dredges I
Vilma Rhodes attended the wedding students and friends welcomed I r. ..
her return for belong to the United States Engineering I .:.
graduation ex- : -
i of Miss Eva Mae Green and J. B. ,, .:.
: Lane in Miami Saturday. el cisr>s.Mr. ; Department. The hydraulic I ;1: I .:.
J. -=-- dredge 'Uts the material with large ;. -' I .;
. Vi:: Sidney Crochet returned Sunday and Mrs. T. B. Shelley spenta cutters and pumps it along with t' .. :

;, \'J from a three weeks' vacation, during few days the first of the week in some water to the site of the levee. ;: Moderate Green Fees :::,

which he visited in New Orleans and Orlando and Daytona. Mr. Shelley The water is then drained off and ;: 'I :i:

other places in Loulsana. attended an American Insurance the solid material goes to make the Exceptional Fairways I.
Convention in Orlando playing ,in levee. Most of the draglines are r .

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner hadas the golf tournament! held in connec- owned by contractors. They are usually _: Interesting Greens ;

their guests over the weekendMrs. tion with the convention Sunday af- the drag bucket type and car- II I x

Turner's mother, Mrs. H. L., ternoon. Mr. Shelley won the golf ry a five to seven cubic yard bucket.

Delaney of LaBelle and ,,1.\:. Turn- finals and was declared championof Most of the draglines are operatedby I .

er's brother, George Turner and' 'his the convention. Mrs. Shelley visit- fuel oil, but some of them run .'r;;..;..;..>>;:.: :-;;+:::.-...::;::";.;:;:)::":..:,;: ;.;:.;;..:..:..H ; :..: :.II

bride, of Avon Parki ed her mother in Daytona Beach. by steam. The draglines are very 1002. -,

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FEATHERHEADS. e.S= ftl'" Not Enough ,
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: 1 In the dimly lit conservatory 'Herbert G' /1

> had asked Elsie to marry him.
. nn She had consented with fitting mod-

V esty.
"Bertie, dear," she murmured, "amI
the only girl-"
" \ "Now, look here, dearest," he inter-

\ rupted, "don't ask me If you are the
only girl I ever loved. You know as
Je well as I do that-"

"Oh that wasn't the question at all, ; 4b1
Bertie," she answered. ".I was Just going -

L to ask you If I was the only girl

that ion. would have you.-London Opin

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"No, he's not fresh any more. He *:!%.:. ,-;,,/ ,...9T1JIwSah'o'JN' :: ;
, married a girl who's the salt of the
. A little bit demure, a little bit
earth and she cured him.
1 picturesque, and a very pleasing
f. : fashion is this afternoon dress. The
. wide drop-shoulder yoke continuesin
" : ran, said the woman sternly
a panel to the hem-and gives
"will wake up one morning and find
youth In doing so. The soft gathersand
that the world Is being ruled by wom-
the tiny tucks at the waist add

FINNEY OF._THE FORCE !:;TeeddO'Loughlin n ,. %- Lesser Evil "Urn," sneered her husband, "Just this to the gown feminine which, wearable will grace quality all after-of
, like a woman, that!t"
:' H'lo-WNATS :ffS"f BEEN REALLY ? 1WAS A MAN GOT "What's like: .a woman?" she de noon occasions. For wear right now
, It Is new and rIght-make it in one
New TooAY ? WN At' V4E
that will enhance
BAD your own
"to take advantage of man when he
\ ANYBODYHURT i RUM IN FKOKJT' O A sleeps.-Stray StoriesIagazine.: natural coloring when coatless days
AM' feOUSH arrive choose a cape-line or bonnet
? OLIN brim hat-stunning!
G MACHlMt- Weak Vowel.
ME ABOUTIT Pattern 9311 may be ordered onlyin
The teacher was explaining the dlt-
/// ferent vowels to the class. She said, sizes 12, 14, 1C, IS, 20, 30, 32, 34,
30, 38 and 40. Size 1C requires 3%
"A, e and o are the strong vowels,
yards 39 Inch fabric.
1hl while u and I are the weak vowels."
1 Then she turned to Frank, who had
stamps (coins preferred) for this ...-
been absently playing with his pencil, ,
half listening. pattern. Be sure to write plainly
"Now,. what did I say the weak your
vowels were, Frank?"
"You and me," the boy replied. Complete, diagrammed sew chart
\ G Included. ...
IIIIII Address your order to Sewing Circle -
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Pattern Department, 232 West
The tenderfoot thought he could Eighteenth Street; New. York.
ride, and mounted a pony In front of a
lot of cowboys. The pony soon threw

o N-TNE POORL I WHUT SB TH'M WAS fiiST TNItKINCr) him. A cowboy, helping him up, said, SWEET REMEMBRANCESAn
AN -THE Y OlDEA OPFELLOW' 1W i "Well What threw you?"
SYMPATHY( FER HOW MUCH I EASIER "What threw me? Why she bucked
?0OR explorer was speaking at a
WOULD HAVE'BEEN something fearful Didn't see her
J SO MEW AM YEz IT you dinner given on his behalf before he
buck? cried the tenderfoot.
.. 'T EVEN FOR HIM hr left on a long journey into the heartof
Dot "
( "Buck! said the cowboy. "Why she Africa.In .
ICNpW2 only coughed !
concluding his remarks he said:
FROM "I thank 'y5u for'our kind wishes

Friends at LastA regarding my welfare on my dangerous -
maid was taking her- mIstress' Journey, and want you to know

dog for an airing. milkman, who that when I am far away, surrounded -
apparently knew her, called from the by savages, I shall certainly thinkof
other side of the road, "Can I come ;you !"Ashore and Afloat.Explanatory .
along, too?"

Without any hesitation she replied:
"You could, but I've only got one
-V leash." "I don't see Charlie half as muchas

I I used to." 6J

& NOT BITING"Does when"You you should had 'the have chance married" him <. *_*

r :a L : "I did."

Long Stretch AheadAn I afraId. so," replied Mr. Fraser.

agitated assistant rushed up. to bought him all the stories "l
the manager of the big store. find about boys who ran away

"We've just caught a woman shop the farm and came back the fiZ

lifting." Christmas with enough money,
"What has she taken asked the off the mortgage, but he doesn't

manager. to take any of them to heart.
"Fifty yards of elastic."

"Then tell her she's In for a long I i Patent It '-'V '
stretch.. -Ireland's Own.
I ," said Mrs. Alden to her your husband go fishing
I "I wonder If the pudding ts "Yes, and haven't fish peculiar
Restored to Good Health Stick a knife In It and see U names." ti'G
She was visiting a zoo and eventually out clean." "How's that

came to the bears. minutes later the cook an- "The last time George went he said
"Are these animals carnivorous?" : "It came: out wonderfuly, he sat for three hours trying to catcha
she asked the keeper. I Fraser."I'm, so I stuck all the other knives flush."

lie scratched his head, and then ."-American Cookery Maga-.
smiled brightly. ... Minor Operation
"They was, ma'am"he answered: .. -" -- "Why did you tear the back part out
"but they're all right since we washed Th Truth of that new book?" asked the long-
'em In carbolic." suffering wife of the absentminded
asked; the Sunday school doctor. .
"can you tell me the two "
Valuations "Excuse me, dear, said the famous
necessary to baptism?
I "Costs are mounting said the man ," said Tommy, "water and a surgeon. "The part* you speak of was
who was figuring. : Newark Advocate. labeled 'Appendix, and I took It out

"Specially In politics," said Senator without thinking"Exercises

Sorghum. "People have become edu- Preferably an Old On.
cated In the value of the'ballot. Votes what Is bankruptcy ;,.
that used to be bought for five dollars my boy Is when you Qwert-Is the senator speaking over :Nl
the microphone?
apiece are now held on to as price In hip-pocket
money your and
less." creditors take your coat" of YuIop-Yes gestures. and he's wasting a lot


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ww .11. . . . . . COOLIDGE SHOWNAS barber, unwittingly gets back at John late President's kind-heartedness and

mw IMPROVED for telling tales on his father. liberality. When Hemeaway was In

INTERNATIONALSUNDAY Dental SHREWD, BUT "One time," Dragon contributes, need of funds owing to the closing
KINDLY HEARTEDA "I asked about his sons, who were In qf n local bank Coolidge gave him a

I school at )Mercersburg. check for $5,000 and offered as much

: Calvin Coolidge who sold his 'I guess they mast be all right,' more as he might need.

;1 E, : SLessonBy cast-off clothing' to a secondhandman Mr. Coolidge replied, "they're always
0" The Road to HealthBy who chased bootlegger out of wanting something.' Consider Occasion
Member of Faculty, :Moody Bible hIs office, and who let a window sill Ralph W.Hemenway,CooU Jgc's law- There is n time to speak and a

Western Institute Newspaper of Chicago.Union. DR. R. ALLEN GRIFFITHHOLLYWOOD'S burn in his house to warn'his boysto partner In Northampton for 18 years, time to be silent One defeats on 'JI!

be careful with candles, is revealed who has never before given an Inter- own ends by not observing those
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: in an Installment of Grace view or written about him, recalls times.-Havelock Ellis.

Lesson for June 2 TEETH Coolidge's. "The Real Calvin Cool- that he once received the following I

idge," In Goodhousekeeplng Maga note from President Coolidge from

OUR DAY OF WORSHIP zine. the White House:
In the
first essential
to success
THE John Coolidge confesses his Indignation -' "My Dear Mr. Hemenway:
Is set of teeth.
LESSON TEXT-Psalm 100; John a' perfect at finding a newspaper photo "You have at :Hampton safety deposit -

4:20-24; Colossiana 3:15-17. Crooked, protruding Irregular teeth graph of his father in shirt sleeves, 2 Lib Bonds $50 each. See. If

GOLDEN TEXT-God is a Spirit; and may be assets to a few low comedians, with saw in hand, pretending to any are due Sept. 15: current and if
that worship him must worshiphim but to the 27,000'straight" olnyers of '
build a toy motor car. so have Tr. Co.. collect them and
in spirit and in truth.-John 4:24 the silver screen such a set of teeth
PRIMARY TOPIC-The Lord's Day. "Father," John says, "was runningfor credit my acct.
would loom 32 distinct obstaclesto
JUNIOR TOPIC-Our Lord's Day. as office, as was his custom In the "Yours, 1

INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC a professional career. fall of the year., A cameraman had "Calvin Coolidge."

-What Should We Do on Sunday? Since the advent of tht: "talkies" Induced the pose, but it was my par. The Interest due'was $2.12. 1 1

YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC enunciation means everything. During I could scarcely believe my eyes." Hemenway recalls another occa-
We Really
What We Do When
Worship.- recent months, experiments conductedby George A. Dragon, Northampton sion, however, that brings out the
the Westinghouse and General

I I. The Origin of the Sabbath (Gen. ElectrIc companies haye resulted In

2:2,3)When). God had completed the heavens improved have brougut microphone the subject recording of dentistry and @D lrl @c3\ dusts one off

\ and the earth he desisted from to the center o. the stage. These microphones e

not only record ,every little ,,: .. .'
; creative action. Since his creative
! work was finished in six days, he fault, lisp, slur or hesitation, they

r ceased from action on the seventh day, magnify them, and no one can have I .W...<:'.:J.".. SWELL CONTROL TODAY EASY THERE,
I which was, therefore, called the Sab.i perfect enunciation perfect ) <: t 4',
i The Sabbath was teeth.: -J
bath or rest day.

not a Mosaic but an Edenic institution Because perfect teeth have now be- NOT SO GOOD AS I HAD IN i. .' \; 'V

It is older by centuries than the Sabbath come an economic necessity to the THE ARMY-DOWN )}-

given to Israel at Sinai. film companies, the largest producing IN TEXAS ONE -

II. The Sabbath, Given' to Israel ,, unit In Hollywood has just. rushed to NIGHT THE HORSES ?:<<','

(Exod. '20S-11). completion a complete dental suite in'a s STARTED MILLIN1 .,. .
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prominent position on the "lot"The 1 'ROUND IN THE : ;
It W8.S'made a peculiar sign of covenant %

I relation between the chosen people organization reports that it Is CORRAL AND '
now obligatory for every player to
': -. and God (Deut. 5:11-15). It enjoins l1
undergo a rigid dental Inspection and
\ twofold obligation :
a Into the ...
treatment stepping
before .ti.
1. Work through six days (v. 9)).
range of either camera or "mIke." Efficiency
was God's primary thoughtfor i t
found that, with pic-'
man (Gen. 2:15). It expresses_ man's
ture "overhead" about $2,000
normal condition.: The 'command to
hour it cheaper fo engage a
,per ,
,work six days Is just as ,binding as '
staff of dentists and fur.
the command ,to rest on the seventh permanent it
day. nish them with all necessary facilities i

than the risk of a neglected
2. Rest on theseventh day (v. 10). run i'= HOW DO YOU LIKE

There must be cessation from work on i or unnoticed tooth ruining many feet So YOU RE THE VARMINT THAT BEAN BALL ?

the Sabbath. Since God gave the ex- of film. THAT'S CAUSfN1 ALL YOU WON'T CAUSE ,,;

---. ampleUnd; then sand fie f1he'day; it -. Where restoration of front teeth THE FUSS I'LL TAKE : ANY MORE TROUBLE ."'-.

should be kept ,holy It, was not onlyto must be made, porcelain veneers are THE STING OUT OF YOU 'ROUND THIS MAN'S ;

give relief to the" body, but to be, used.- When skilfully applied they can CAMP !

a time when-man's thoughts would be not be detected even' before batteriesof

-., --"--turned to God.. It was 'designed: tq sun arcs,, radiating: millions of candle 1

.. -..* keep fresh in man's mind the conscious power. These porcelain jackets reflect -

n ss' of' God 'and Iris mercies. It was' the light precisely the same as ( \

thus made for man's well-being (Mark natural'enamel.Hollywood .
.. '' tN /'''{
-- 'exhibited
2:27). smiles are on
,. ,., : jj
and : /
"ill. The First Day of the Week the screen to approximately seven \. '
:arl.:........,., 'i Visv;} / :.yti
(Acts.,20:7): .. one-half mlllion'people daily. The .
facial expressions reflecting { n v ., :::4 r!{ s
The early Christians.met on.the first player's, sY:4' .JJ,
day of the week:, to break the bread' of rapidly changing moods, make heavy { h :

fellowship and, to.worship God. Paul demands on. the: mouth-the most expressive { :n'}}

feature, and consequently the { ..fr :,..}. .. { .-...
.used. this assembly as ,an occasion to y:n.a'h : :: .4h,'.:. }.:
in the actor's kit. )
most useful,
preach the gospel. Doubtless I this -.1
The ,next time you watch a motion
the day of rest and. worship in .
look at the mouth
picture, carefully
. honor of the:Lord's'resurrection.
l and teeth of the players and you will, .'j.
IV. 'True 'Worship 'Taught (John
have abundant proof that the beautyof
: '.' 3
; ( 4:20-24)True) their teeth Is, literally, their for 1M} GOSH, DIZZY THAT WAS BUT HOW CAN WE GET {
,/ ,1.. .. worship. snot :confined to
particular place (vv. 21, 2 2). The
I ;::a'<>: :'via L
.. :
f places unimportant. The all-impor
,tant thing '1s'to have the, right'conception THOSE VITAMINES ICANTIPYOUOFFTOONE I -'

:of'. God .as. ,revealed through the WELL. YOU GOT TO HAVE WAY THAT CANT BE BEAT -p

Jews. }Since ,God is omnipresent, the lot CONTROL TO WIN ,{. EAT GRAPE-NUTS' FOR ;
: HEAR these days, about i .
; true' worshiper can hold intercourse WE WORLD SERIESGAMES. : BREAKFAST LIKE J
vita mines A, B, D and G.
"', -- with him--anywhel'e--and everywhere. They are advertised over the radio AND WHAT'SMORE I DO. IT'S GOTi" t { ::'

: 2.Itmustbe spiritual (vv.23,-24).. IMPORTANT,. WHAT IT TAKES TOt N
i and Tn our periodicals. Our scientists
:' God is, Spirit.. Therefore: only those LOTS OF ENERGY MAKE ENERGY- : a .
Is when
tell us that the day coming a
: .:. who through regeneration have a spiritual perfectly balanced diet, containing the TOO x" PLENTY OF IT j'J

' ; nature can truly worship God. proper vltamines In the proper, amounts }

P l V. A Psalm of Worship (Ps. 100). will conquer all disease.. J

.. L Whom to worship (v. '1)). Worship Beginning with the pregnant mother, ,

, should be rendered to God, for he diet will t.\.
" a balanced .produce a perfect ,
'Ij \ alone' is worthy. child. This child, properly fed on

2. The spirit of worship (v.2). Worship these same jitamines, will have per"iecf1eeth -. \ ; P \
I should be sh'ould. f'4 .1 ,
joyful.: -This-Joy that will never decay or develop -

.F be to God.manifest In the singing of praises pyorrhea, and the child will W ,}..... { :x'.r} ;.I r, I! .:J :v:{.;,. .,r,.., r .: >v.a: : a. + ... iiY.y;., :t
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" 3. Who should worship (v. 1). All desired condition and -
much to be
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his finished work is at peace with Other' organs hidden,, deeply In the '1

:. I I God and should be at peace with all body are also Included In the complexof ,. '.. )

members of the body' whose head is emotional agitation. 1 :..
Christ. Sometimes people who have been ) $ ]

!i., 2. Gives thanks to God (v. 15). In free from decayed teeth for a long 0.
of time, until middle life or 1 7
spite of all troubles which beset the period
\::.: Christianthey should all be drowned later, suddenly present badly decayed "t""t. fC.tUI"' .

;'. in his constant giving of thanks: to God. teeth. Their teeth melt away like Ice o.
under a summer's sun. In these cases cE0 J
3. Christ's Word to dwell In the \
heart (v. 10). It Is not enough to we invariably find that they are passing fi-II' 1\\1. \ o'I', J
:. through a period ,of overwork, deep .; uJ ,
know the truth; the very words of] ECU. NO
anxiety or added responsibility. Findings t. \s .:
must be made real In experi E
: have been similar In cases of ,
; nOW .
I once They must be made to dwell, that 1 -
! ,> Is, be at home In the heart. pupils in high schools and colleges as ( \NG 1 -\
their teachers.In app "10
: well as
i 4. The definite function of the Christian POU .:}
!, the case of children In the
young ,
p... (v. 16). It is to teach and warn ; ..'
I same family, or in Institutions where Vt".5' '
others. Christ's
't words dwelling in the 1
the same 'dIet Is fed to all, some chil- jr iv ;F4 C 1
;; l'believer will result in ,
blessing to others
I : ri .. The Christian should dren will have decayed teeth and others .'.
always :
,,' maintain a Joyous attitude. none. 'Almost invariably It will be TUE NEW w J
found that, the child with decayed teethIs CAN'SSO
5. The.supreme motive (v. 17). Al .
one that is easily disturbed and the '
that the Christian does'and 1YJr0
says child with perfect teeth has a happy-
; should be'for the,glory.of Christ. The *
go-lucky disposition.We
enthronement of Christ I" :
as the Lord of must, therefore, conclude that
life means that all the :
Christian's duties -
:" happiness and freedom from worry and
are performed with the. consciousness responsibility must accompany our bal- 1 "-
of union with Christ
He knows anced diet If we are to receive Its full

that his life belongs to Christ, who benefit. However, this Is no argu- I ,
died that he 1THE
might live
ment against our Ideal vltamlne diet. 1
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FRIDAY SlAY 31, 1035 '
Hendry County, Florida, and also a newspaper of general cir-
I ject. People laughed and hooted, but two parcels of land In Section 2, culation published at Clewiston
Fund AvailableFor II LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE Township 44 South, Range 35 East. week for four con-
Special I
I the idea was so unique and so start- In Palm Beach County, Florida the Florida, once a
title to which lands Is vested In secutive weeks prior to June 3, 1935
Work In 'Glades ling that news men and feature writ- MASTER'S SALE Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company DONE AND ORDERED at La-.
OF descriptionof
a more particular
ers found it wonderful material. the said lands being set forth in Belle, Hendry County, Florida, this--
trade the final decree of foreclosure on the 6th day of April, A. D., 1935.
Stories appeared NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the file In the office of the Clerk of the
Washington, D. C., May 25.- undersigned Special :Master: In Chan- Circuit Court of Hendry County (OFFICIAL SEAL AFFIXED) ....
journals and newspapers. cerv. by virtue of the final decree of Florida to which decree referenceIs '
Plans for the expenditure of $557- Inquiries began to pour in from foreclosure entered In that certain cause I hereby made to satisfy: said decree W. T. HULL, (
Caloosahatchee River pending In the Circuit Court of the and all costs. As Clerk of the Circuit
903.58 on the all over the country. Drug houses Twelfth Judicial circuit, of in Florida Chan-cry, In, I ALLEN CLEMENTS.Rpeclal Court Hendry County,
Okeechobee drainage and for Hendry County M!tor, : in chancery.
and Lake wanted to purchase snake oil and wherein Central Farmers' Trust Com- 1 Florida.A .
starting as
the fiscal year pany a corporation true copy.ATTEST ,
during Company First National Bank Building,
areas 'venom: leather goods and shoe people plaintiff, and The Southern
July 1 were disclosed by the a corporation et el, are n<>ievaantS. Miami. Florida.SOLICITORS : -
placed orders for hides; will on Monday. June 3, 193a. be- FOR PLAINTIFF W. T. HULL,
War Department here univer-I the hours of eleven clock. A I May 10, 17. 24. 31.
is in and tween at the front As Clerk of Said Court.J. .
to be expended sities, museums zoos M. and two o'clock P M: i
The money
House In La- COUSE, Clewiston, Florida.Solicitor .
of the County Court M.
to that which will be spent hotels and clubs asked door sale and sell at -
addition specimens; Belle. Florida, offer for for Plaintiff.
authorized or projected im 'I public outcry to the highest I
under stated and will about this new delicacy and placed bidder for cash, the following dsscrlbed JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP No. 57-May 3-10-17-24-31, 1935
provements, it was real property, to-wit ,
out of funds appropriated IN HENDRY COUNTY. FLORIDAAll
all come
of ex Overnight George End's truck I of Sections 12, 14 and 22 In COUXTY. I --
for the regular maintenance Township 44 South Range 33 East: IX CHAXCERY.
isting improvements on the drainage farm-a total loss-became George I Fractional Section 13, Fractional In the Circuit Court, Twelfth Judicial -
23 North of the cld Meander --
and For
system. End's Snake Farm-a rattling sue Line of Lake Oiteechobce. all of Circuit of ,
the Secretary of War Sections 24, 25 26 and 35, In Town- WELLS-ROYAL LUMBER ) Hendry County. In Chancery
Although cess. To-day the institution is knownall ship 43 South Range 34 East;; COMPANY )
allotted only $30,000 out of the 1936 All of Sections 2. 7 (except the
appropriation bill over the world. People from everywhere SE Of SB'8, 10. 12. 14. 15. 18, Plaintiff, ) E. Smiley, )
War Department 19 20, 22. 23, 24 23 27. 23, 30, 31, 32, VS. In.
the drainage come to see this unique 44 South ) Complainant)
for maintenance work on 34 and 35 In Township LAURA N. HOLDSWORTH,

system, that amount is aug establishment. Its products, a dozenor Range All of 34 Sections East: 2, 3. 7. 8, 11, 12, ET AL., ) Vs. )

mented hugely by money remain more, are in denfand at good 14.15 and 18, in Township 45,South .Defendants. ) Annie Smiley Defendant, ))
by Range 34 East.
ing from former allotments prices and the business is growing IN PALM BEACH COUNTY. FLORIDAAll ) NOTICEIt
contributions from the Okeechobee that part of Section 2 West ) LIEN FORECLOSURE!
of Miami Canal except the West Half appearing by the appended -
control district, which were amazing Ail of ) in
flood of the : Quarter: to the Bill of Complaint
provided for by the act of Congress I Two food products are produced: Sections 20. 22 and 4, 24 6.:7, Tracts 8, 10 12 2,to 14, 16 18, Inclusive 19.- ORDER OF PUBLICATION the above entitled cause that the defendant -

authorizing the original improve Canned Rattlesnake in Supreme and 19 to 128 Inclusive In Annie Smiley, is resident
Section 26: Tracts 1 to C4 Inclusive: of Savannah, Chatham County, Geor-
ments. Sauce and Snake Snacks which are 77 to 85 Inclusive; 90, 91. 92. 101 to
flood con Inclusive, that she is the oL
Contributions of the 101 Inclusive. 103 to 114 gia, and over age
of which come 1 deliciously seasoned bits of choice and 126 In Section 28 All of Sec-. FLORIDA, GREETINGS: 21 years and that there is no persons
trol district, Tract* 17. n
31 and ;
local sources, total $279- meat smoked over hickory. Those 31 tions, 32, 33 to 44 inclusive .55, 53. 53 To Leonard O. Holdsworth, whose within the state of Florida the serv-
from '
which is to who indulged in this delicacy have to 64 inclusive 70 to 74 'inclusive address is 530 Diversey Boulevard, I.ice of a summons in chancery om
789.30 of the amount 85 to 91. inclusive 103 117 In Section Chicago, Illinois; and to Robert J. whom would bind the said defend-
be spent.during the year, it was dis- formed what is known as the and Subtle a Range 34 35 In East Township; '44 South. Olsen, whose residence is unknownif : ant, it is thereupon ordered that the

closed. Society of Snakesnackers, Tracts 1. 16 17, 18. 21, 32. 37, 45, living, and if dead, against all said defendant be and appear to the-
Projected work for the fiscal. year: snacker of snakes, the attractive 46. 47. 48. 81. 82. 83. 103: and Inclusive 110 In j persons unknown to the Plaintiff, said Bill of Complaint on 6r before
4 Tracts 1 to 56 '
1936 is as follows: membership card informs, is insuredan 59.Section 60, 63; to 92 Inclusive, 95 to 98 I and whose names and places of residence the 6th day of May 1935>. other-
of Liberty Point aux- elegant appetite and a stupendousthirst Inclusive, 101 to 128 Inclusive In {I also are unknown, having or.wise same will proceed ex '
Completion ,
iliary floodway channel by leased at all times. 23 Section to 35 Inclusive 6; Tracts 5 41 to to 56 Inclusive, I claiming any interest in the property I It Is Further Ordered, that this- -

vice-versa I'm the 61 to 63 Inclusive. 73 to 88 Inclusive, below described by, through or I Notice be published once a .weeks for
hired labor, $20,000. Well sober or ,
and inclusive I
103 to
plant 100 to 103 Inclusive under the said Robert J. Olsen, and consecutive weeks in the Cf"-w--
Completion of a portion of the levee kind of a yap that will try anythingonce 119 to 124 Inclusive In Section four -
8; The West half of Sectlo 9; I if the said Robert J. Olsen be mar- iston News, a newspaper of genefaV:
and navigation channel in Divis- so I now pride myself as a full Tracts 1 to 10 Inclusive, 12, 13. 22 to ried, then to -Olsen, his wife, circulation in Hendry County.
1 by the leased snakesnacker.. Not only haveI 38 Inclusive, 41, 42, 49 50, 53 54, 55, ,
Section ,
2 and residence are LaBelle
ion 56. 61 to 92 Inclusive lOS 106 107, I whose given name Done and Ordered at ,
dredge "General" and leased plant, snacked-I have also chawed and 111. 113 to 118 Inclusive In Section unknown, and in the event such- Florida, this 1st day of May, 1935.

with hired'labor, 174432. chewed full sized chunks and here- 1 12:to All 8 of Inclusive.Sections 14 14 to and 42 20 Inclusive; Tracts, ,-Olsen, wife of Robert J. Olsen, (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,

Completion of levees and naviga- after the buzz of a rattler's rattle 45! to 72 Inclusive, 75. 76. 77, 81 to j I be dead, then to all persons un- ClerIc Circuit Court.

tion channel between stations 713 | will be to me as a dinner bell and to 86 Inclusive 109 Inclusive, 8to, 113 100 to inclusive 123 InclusiveIn 103 known l to the Plaintiff whose names Louis O. Gravely,

r690 |,00 and 1102 | 00-1220 | 00 my mouth will probably water in an- Section 22: All of Section 21. !land places of residence are also unknown -I Solicitor for Complainant.
Tracts 1 to 46 Inclusive, 49. 51 to having or claiming an interest No. 59-May 3-10-17-24-31, 1935
"Gulfport, the treat in store.
U. S. Dredge ticipation of
with the 64 Inclusive 69 to 91 inclusive: 94, below describedby I
in the property
K. 95.,_96. 97 98, 101 to 125 Inclusive:
.$116,719.40.Completion And I tip my hat to George In Section 28; and all of Sections 30 I' through or under said --.-
of levees and naviga- End of 'Arcadia-a guy who took it and 32 In Township 45 South, Range Olsen, either as heirs, devisees, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

tion channel in Division 2, Section" on the chin and came back up witha 35 S East!'a of; Section 23 and all of Sections I grantees otherwise: TAX DEED
1, with the U. S. Dredge "Welatka, rattlesnake in each hand! 27 35 and 36 In Township 42 : You and each of you are hereby
South Range 37 East: be and at the
commanded to
$45,000. All of Sections 3, 11, 13, 15, 23 appear Notice is hereby given, that Foster
Riprapping of channel slope to Appropriation Made 25. 27 and WV2 of Section 29 and Court House in LaBelle, Hendry Meredith, holder of Tax CertificateNo.
all of Section 35 In Township 43 office of the
2 County, Florida, In the
wave erosion in Division of Sept. A. D. 1932,
prevent South Range 37 East: : 1400, 5 day
and hired All of Sections 22. 23 25, 23, 27, 34. Clerk cf said Court on Monday, the
Section 2, with U. S. Plant For River ProjectA has filed said certificate in my of-
35 and 36 In Township 41 South, 3rd. day of June, 1935, then and
labor $13,460 fice and made application for tax.
Range 38 East: there to fil3 your written appearance -
Protection of channel slopes with SAVING AND EXCEPTING the deed to issue thereon in accordance
lands heretofore released from the (personally or by attorney)
riprap to prevent wave erosion in letter received this week from lien, operation and effect of the and thereafter to file with said Clerk with law. Said certificate embraces
3 and Division 1, J. Hardin Peterson said mortgage, which lands are par- the following described prop
Division 2, Section .Congressman ticularly described In the said bill your written defenses, if any, to the
Sections 9, with U, S. plant and i states that the Public Works Board of complaint and In the Instru- Bill of Complaint in said suit at the erty situated in Hendry County,
I the amount necessaryfor ments of partial release executed': by time prescribed by law, which said Florida, to-wit:
hired labor, $17,000.Completion has approved the plaintiff dated September :0, 405 Clewiston
of the gap left in the the completion of the Callosahat- 1929, and recorded In Mortgage Bill of Complaint was filed Lot 12, Block
Satisfaction Book 62, at 392 of assessment of said property
page The
levee at the site of the Moore Haven chee-Okeechobee Flood control pro the Public Records of Palm Bsach: j herein by Ne11s-R. o y a 1j said certificate issued
lock with the dredge "Welatka," ject as originally contemplated and County, Florida, and dated March j Lumber Company, for the purpose under the
W. Meyers.
24. 1932. and recorded In Mortja;: |was in the name of John
$45,000, that the Florida delegation of sena- Satisfaction Book 69, at page( 123, of establishing and foreclosinga Unless ,said certificate shall be

Engineering survey of the north tors and representatives are hammering of County the Public, Florida Records, and of dated Palm Decem-Beach I. lien for materials of certain furnished buildings in the on redeemed according to law, tax

shore, $50,000.Additional away in an attempt to have 1 ber 24 1932, and recor&Md; In Mort- deed will issue thereon on the 4th '
sub projects will in- the levee extended to include the gage Satisfaction Book 71, at page the following described lands in day of June, A. D. 1935. '
of PalmB
62 of the Public Records Hendry County, Florida, to-wit: '
clude resurveying and checking, Lakeport? section. ach County, Florida. ana< In Mort- Lots 13 and 17 of Block 385, Dated this 3rd ,day of ;)May A., D.
Satisfaction Book 2, at page:
channel marking and and navigationaids The amount of the appropriationis 53. of the Public Records of Hendry in the City' or Townsite of 1935.

and other routine expenses. reported to have been $2,671,000.- ,County, Florida; and Clowlston, Florida,' as per recorded (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,

Since the money comes from the 00 which brings the total already right SAVING of way AND of the EXCEPTING Atlantic Coast the maps and plats thereof.It : Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry

regular War Department appropriation appropriated for the harnessing of Line Railroad Company, as located is further ordered that this No- County, Florida.
In Section 26 and Section 36. Town- No. 58. May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.
I ClewistonNews
for maintenance work, it will Lake Okeechobee and the proper ship 43 South, Range 37 East, In tice be published in the

not revert to the government at the drainage of the territory _

end of the fiscal year it was, stated, ing the Lake to $ surround-l 1-

but will remain available for workon thought to be enough to

the projects there until It has project except, for local aid require- ,::, & ALi :!: :: I
I '' If 0 R" J t
been used. ments which is assessed against the :, ',. : :::
:, "
The policy of theVar Depart-I Okeechobee Flood Control Board, .'

ment, it was stated, will be I about $2,000,000. The government and be :,,sis ;: :I: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :i: _:.
all work possible with hired labor expected to finish the job fA

and force account, using govern- reimbursed for the local aid as the :.s:: !::: :s: ,.

ment or leased plants. revenue is received from taxation. .:. :::
' -Palm Beach Post It is good news to the people of I :i'. ., .s. :

---- this section' that at last some definite ,; x + x

TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY action has been taken to complete :!:,:. '::. .. .".

the Caloosahatchee part of the '; A
(Continued from page 4)buildin' project. Fully as important as flood :; : Atx

fences and carryin' on gen- protection is the problem of water :i L +

erally like good truck farmers are control on the farm lands and the ,,; Xy A

1 supposed to. solution is believed to lie in the ::'. .s. s .y..

1i jut Osceola J. Rattlesnake and widening and straightening of the :; f

his tribe had been making their Caloosahatchee. X Y... .. r. '

home here for many years and this Adequate protection from storms, ;. :s s: (1 .:' .:.

Invasion on the part of pale faced which has already been provided by ?

planters didn't set well at all and the levee, and the control of the water A

the war: was on. table, which should be accomplished 1Y iH

Not only was the land of little : by the river work, is expected vf
to bring an influx of settlers into
value for farming purposes, it was
during the y Xyy
the Everglades section
so infested with rattlers that even I:

attempting to clear it was difficult.Of next few years. X f_ :,

course George could have surrendered LADIES AID TO MEET yoI 1

taken his loss and pulledout &I y

but he was made of different The regular meeting of the Ladles I :

stuff. Aid of the Community ,vv : I ? .
Society ,., .. .. ,,
Everything he had in the world Church will be held at the home of f :2

was tied up in that little so-called Mrs. H. R. Hall next Thursday after-

farm. He had a family to provide for noon at, three o'clock. : s1

and nowhere to go and nothing to -- y :

go with. So he doggedly went about Work DelayedContinued ,ty. ; ':. f'..
the business of killing rattlesnakesand Xyx

skinning them for their hides, fXy

when a wild idea struck him: why From Page 1)) :

not try eating one of the darn I hundred and twenty-five feet southof f v

things?.-the meat looked good, the lock chamber. The Moore Haven .y., .:' .. .

their habits we'ie clean, they lived I gate has no spillway. Approximately -, ,t. .:. The Balance I Like I Rent .s. .s'
amount will be ; :;: Pay ; y
on rabbits and small game. So he tho same :: :: _

tried it and delightfully at the two structure:; on warehouses -
was sur- epent
prised. It was tender, tasty and de and homes for the lock tend _

licious-better than frog-legs. It ers.The :;: :;: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :=: :r:

equalled the breast of quail. It was completed levee on the south

food for a king, and his domain was side of the Lake has now progressed

j plentifully supplied with it. I almost to Bean City between Miami ) Fi I Clewiston 1cme- Building .Association H!

j Then the big idea struck him: Locks and South Bay. It is believed I

Why: not start a rattlesnake cannery that by the latter part of July the .: PhONE ..' s
,r..1.j.i. ., t
and sell this food extraordinary tothe entire levee from FIsheatIng Creekto X
world? So he announced: his pro- Pahokee will be completed; -.-.-

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