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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
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Creation Date: June 14, 1935
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"' VOLUME: 9, NUMBER 22 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JUNE 14, 1933; SUBSCRIPTION $2.00. A YEAU
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j CLEWISTON WATER Severe Squall Tuesday HANDICAP( TOURNEY Prof. Herring SpeaksAt TEACHERS NAMEDTO


Near Liberty PointJ. Kiwanis Meeting .i

: I RATED VERY GOOD ,I NOW UNDERWAY AT -- COUNTY SCHOOLSBY

F. McLure, Jr., in charge of the Prof. B. E. 'Herring, assistant

: FOLLOWING TESTSThe rip-rapping work for the U. S. Engi- LOCAL GOLF COURSE i principal of the Clewiston school BOARD SATURDAY :,J

neers at Liberty Point reports a gave a most interesting talk to fel- ,
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severe wind squall which struck low Kiwanians Wednesday night on
I 'o.k
that section Tuesday afternoon dur- Education.In "
Glades Water company is in The handicap golf tournament Teachers for the 1935-36 term r

receipt of a report from the Flor- ing the heavy wind and rain stormin sponsored by the Clewiston American an interesting manner Prof. for the Clewiston school were unanimously ,:

ida State Board of Health, followinga this section. Legion started last Saturday Herring compared the old and new elected by the board of pub- :

recent periodic analysis of samples i Mr. McLure stated that he believed with three of the matches in the methods of teaching and describedin lie instruction at the regular meet.. .;:'
the wind reached a velocity of detail the modern methods of instruction -
' first bracket ing Saturday afternoon
of water provided by the companyfor played that day. following
J between fifty and sixty miles an and discipline and the '-
local consumption. The director ; j i Thirty-two golfers have entered recommendations submitted by the ,
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i reports' the quality of the water as hour for a few minutes and a tool and competition is expected to be : working plan of a well-organized local trustees, C. H. Berner, A, Q,> ;;
I shack which his had erectedon .
crew school. His talk was much enjoyedby
good and gives the results in keen up to and including the finals Ward and Mrs. J. A. McGeheo.
i very
the spoil bank was completely the other members at -
present
.li!i the following letter: demolished. j which are to be played on July 7. this regular meeting. I Prof. W. L. Beacom, of Lawtey, :_.

, Jacksonville, Fla., The Legion will present a trophy to Florida, will be principal of theClewiston ;
' The wind velocity was measured Rev. Robert Paxton, supply minis- I .
the winner of the
tournament and '
June 10, 1935. I \ school. Professor Beacom
. at the U. S. Engineer_sub-office hereat
: ter at tho Community Church during
, Glades Water Company, an entrance fee of twenty-five centsis has both Bachelor of Arts and Master "
the same time and a velocity of the absence of Dr. D. Jenkins Williams
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,, Clewiston, Florida. being charged for the purchase of of Arts degrees and' has had several .;.:
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twenty-five to thirty. miles. was re who is spending the summer
a prize for the :
Dear sir: corded. runnerup.The years successful experience as -'iJ'
with in Wisconsin, also made a short talk. _
players their
handicapsare principal. He well .
r On June 5th we received from you comes recommended
: three specimens of water for bacterial listed below. They are paired for to the Clewiston school and "

the first bracket in the order namedas the board was delighted to obtain :,
i examination. These
or purity TWO GIRLS INJURED
specimens were packed and shipped Barret vs. Landingham, Hill vs. ALSTON ATTENDS his services.. Other, high school instructors 1

: I in your standard water case on the I Finnegan, etc.: include, B. E. Herring, :

I' fourth and received by us the 5th, WHEN HIT BY' CAR '. Player Handicap who will also serve as assistant : "'

\ 24 hours later. Jack Barrett ..........:.................... 15 MEETING AT CAPITOL principal of the high school, Miss /::

! Samples were collected from the I Dr. Van Landinham ......:............. 13 Dorothy Lockhart, Miss Sue Maxwell ',>

E t ; following points: S I F. I. Hill .....-.n 15 I and Miss Mary Snell. Both Mr. <;9 i
.r : I Helen Archer 16
: old -
,
i 9-f!: Our lab. no. 2089, Lake Okeechobee -' of Mr. and Mrs.year W. B. daughter Archer F. J. Fiunegan....................._._un 1'4 Dave G. Alston, chairman of the Herring and Miss Lockhart were, in- '7

F. Deane Duff's residence. 1'I I II T. B. Shelley ................'...._........_.. 5 Hendry County board of commis- structors this year and both hold ':i'J
f and Ina 14 old
Busby, daughterof
I ''I Our lab. no. 2090, Lake Okeecho- year A. L. Hackett ..............._.....:.._...__. 13 sioners returned Wednesday evening Bachelor's degrees. Mr. Herring has '..
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
f II ; bee, Clear Well. !' painfully though'not Busby, were E. E. Kelly ._......._..........__:.. .......... 15 from Tallahassee 'where he attended begun work toward Master's de- 't..j

Our lab. no., 2091, Lake Okeecho- seriously injured Jay W. Moran ...,...............-........... 16 a meeting Tuesday of the chair- gree. Miss Maxwell holds a B. A. .-,,';
. Monday when struck
r :il, bee, Baker Service Station. night bya Mrs. W. M..Redelsheimer ............ 20 men' of county boards of the sixty- degree from the Florida State Col .-'

r I. 1 The 'result of analysis just con- car occupied by A. M. Cook and H. L. Lapp ..................:........_........ 26 seven Florida counties. The meet lege. She taught in South Bay this .'4
Clifford Krantz. It is not known .
"" cluded are as follows: Iil T. E. Renick ....__........_..'..........___. 30 ing ,was called by Governor Dave year, but previously taught in the ?{;

il l Sample no. 2089, total bacterial which of the two men was drivingthe W. M. Redelsheimer .__................. 22 Sholtz to discuss matters of legisla- Clewiston school. Her home is in, ..'
at the time. The accident
FI;1 l count 24 hours, 106, fermentation'! curred car about three miles south oc of Billy Owen n..n.. :34 tion enacted by the 1935 legislatureand Pahokee. Miss Snell holds an A. B. "

:' 48 hours, none. Colon confirmation, A. N. Gallant .........___.....__...._......... 22 the effect of, these acts on the degree from Stetson University and ,i

none. j Clewiston at the Hendry-Palm :Beach' C. Prewitt ........--.................. 28 counties.Of has had several years experience in ti J
county lino. I IW.I
t: Sample No. 2090, total bacterial V.' Parkinson ____.....__................. 28 most importance of the mat- high school teaching. :
The men are reported to have '
'i count, 24 hours, 120, fermentation been intoxicated and in attemptingto '(of. C. Owen :-..___................_....... 14 ters discussed vas an attempt to ar- The grammar school will be under

;:,i 48 hours, none, Colon confirmationnone. L. H. Nash n..n..__._.._.............. 12 range in some way that money couldbe the supervision of Mrs. W. C.
I a car, going in the direction -
pass same Emmet Shelley __...............:.......... 8 raised by counties to inauguratean Prewitt who returns as instructor -
as themselves, on the right
:'I' Sample No. 2091, total bacterial J. F. Curry ........_...._._.._................. 12 advertising campaign for the I and will also be assistant, principal ,:
side, they ran out onto the shoulderof
count, 24 hours, 84, fermentation 481! Mrs. F. D. Duff ........:....__".._......... 18 state of Florida. No final settlementwas !Mrs. Beacom, wife of the new principal
the road and struck the girls who
II )hours, none, colon confirmation' H. R. Hall _................................... 13 made of how the money couldbe will teach the first g '1de. .0
between the of
walking edge
none. I were F. D. Duff .._............:............_....._. 8 raised, most of the chairmen Mrs.\ Beacom has a Bachelor's de- ,
the road and the guard rail. Both
From a knowledge of the source I Dr. J. W. White ....................._!t.. 12 agreeing that it would be almost im- gree and has taught the first gradefor
girls were knocked the guard .
of the supply, Its handling and rail and were badly over bruised.The J. B. Dotterer ........_...................:: 22 possible for each county to raise an eight years. Other grammar ,"

treatment and the above analyticaldata H. A. Bestor ............:_................._ 20 amount equal to ten cents per capita, school instructors, all of whom are "
driver of the car, evidently seeing
on the water as submitted, we Mrs. W. C. Owen ...__.......?....._.... '37 as was suggested by the governor. returning, are Mrs.: G. B. Thomas
the girls too late and making a des-
would say that the bacterial or sanitary I M. W. Bigg ....._............?..___....._. 30_ Comptroller J. ]M. Lee. came, before Miss LucUle! Hampton, and_ ,Misa
,
''i 1[ f quality of the water is very, swerved perate effort, to the to'avoid left, and hitting: struck them the R. N. Smith :._:_.:........:...-.'.:::::..:... 2!? the )meeting and'asled that the Livonia Congdon. '

. good. I S. L. Crochet, ____....:....................... 30 chairmen do everything possible It is probable that another teacher -
. [ car which it was attempting to ,
Respectfully yours, pass Dave Alston ..:..__....._.._...__...__...... 24 during: the coming, year to work with will be added to the grammar
knocking it across to the other
T. S. Kennedy, M. D., shoulder of the road and doing con- Bill Mays ____........_.......___.........._.. 35 the people in their respective coun- school faculty, if present plans materialize

, Director.Everglades. siderable damage. In the matches so far played in ties and collect as great an amountof during the summer. ?
the first bracket Jay W.. Moran won ,taxes as possible. A long discus- School board members are busy
v- The girls were picked by the
,? up over E. E. Kelley 2 up; Billy Owen sion followed concerning the countytax with school budgets for the coming
car which had struck them and
Milling defeated A. N. Gallant 2-1: Dr. adjustment boards and the year. Present plans indicate that a
brought to the hospital here for ex-
I I White won from Capt. F. D. Duff Comptroller was plied with questions full nine months term will be Scheduled -.
S amination.. After first aid treatmenthad '
: Co. Is Organized ; 2-1 ; J. B. Dotterer defeated H. A. as to how these boards should with teachers' salaries slated t
been administered
; they were released -
Bestor 2-1; 11.V.. Bigg defeated I,function. Mr. Lee's idea seemed to for a small increase:
and returned to their homes..
I --- Mrs. Owen 2 up; Father F. J. Fin- be that they should operate very At a meeting of the county boar
No arrests were made in connec-
The Everglades Milling Company, negan won from F. I. Hill 5 and 4. much like the tax equalization held last night motion was made bp1
tion with the accident so far as this
t of which F. L. Williamson, of this paper has been able to ascertain. Other matches in the first bracket boards and make adjustments onlyon : M. E TonMach, school board member

I city is president, expects to start were expected to be finished this property where it was believed of Clewiston that contracts with

I 1 work in the very near future making -i week. that the assessment was unfair due teachers be made for only. four

- i commercial dairy feed from native -I ArnoldHendricksenNuptials 1 I '. to l lower; land values or for any.other months and extended a month to

Everglades grasses in their re- PUBLIC NOTICE legitimate reason. ':' '. I month basis as funds are available.

cently completed plant at Moore Ha- SolemnizedMiss This motion was duly seconded. and

f !f ven. TRESPASSING ON GOVERNMENT I[Fire Destroys TruckLoad carried.Mr. .

1 A trial run was expected to be PROPERTY ... VonMach states that the rea-

made last Friday but delays at the Gynna Henricksen, daughterof 'of FurnitureA son for making such contracts is to

j' last minute forced a postponement Mr. and Mis. Fred Henricksen, prevent teachers having to serve on

until Monday of this week. At that of Clewiston and M. L. Arnold, until Notice is hereby given to the pub- a fifty to sixty per cent basis if
I I recently a resident of Clewiston were lic that the levees, hurricane gate truck load' be forthcoming to .
time the big drier, or dehydrator, A of furniture ,belong- funds should not
r which will be used to dry the grasses married Tuesday afternoon in Sebring. structures, drainage culverts; and I' ing to Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Butler was keep salaries paid up in full. This

' forming the base for the new County Judge'V\V. L. Long of- other features attendant to'and' apart completely' ,destroyed by fire one has happened in the past, several

1 \ feed, was started up and after a ficiating.Mrs. of the levee system; constructed J night, the first of this week on Road, teachers having only recently been

few slight adjustments was found .Arnold has been,a, resident of ,and being constructed alon g the,I No. 25 about nine miles west of paid for services. ,, of two or three

I to operate perfectly. Clewiston for about a year coming shores of Lake Okeechobeare not i I Clewiston.! There was no ,insurance., years ago. Mr. VonMach further sta-

Although ordered early in May here last summer from Flushing., L; public domain and that all personsor | and the loss is estimated at about ted that so long as county and state

; ,5N and expected to arrive at any time, I., where she had spent three years parties entering upon or traversIng $1,000. ;, : ,' officials were being paid up each

c ai, the hammer mill :which will be used in nurse's training at the. Flushing them do !;.o at their own risk. I' Mr: and Mrs. Butler moved to month in full he felt it an, injustice -

lC. ,* to grind the dried grasses and put Hospital and three years in practiceas The use of any hurricane gate structui"e -'' C'ewiston' last year' 'from Galnesj for the, teachers to be compelledto .

them in shape for final usage, has a nurse. She is a graduate' of the drainage! culierts; boats, i vine., Mr. Butler being connected work on part salary. '

not yet put in its appearance. However I Moore Haven High School, her par- barges, floating or fixed plant ,liicli ) with the U. S. Sugar Corporation I The budget for the coming school

I -S a concrete base has been built ents moving here from "doore Haven comprise a pail of, or are used in i I and Mrs. Butler being in charge ',of I year is being made' up on.: a basis

I i I for this piece of machinery and Mr. two years ago. connection with, the construction of the Beauty Parlor in Turner's, Barter -Iof the proposed $10,500,000 which

Williamson states that only a day Mr.' Arnold has made his home in tho levee system, for the purpose of Shop. They were unable to use I the schools are supposed to receive

will be required to set it up and have Clewiston for several years until a MM'nuning and Jiving,. is .expressly the furniture and had it stored in I from the chain store tax recently Im-

. it ready for operation. A special type few weeks ago when he accepted a forbidden'; : ; Gainesville. When they finally were i posed by the legislature. Should the

i! of mowing machine has also been I position In the U. S. Custom office (Signed; ) lt.. SKLEE, in a position to use it they had it tax fail td supply the needed revenue

I ordered and has not yet arrived in Tampa, in which city the young 1st. Lt., Corps :of ,Engineers sent from Gainesville by truck onlyto I I an immediate closing of school:: is

I I which delays the harvest of the I couple will make their home. be destroyed by fire when almostin i I planned. Such drastic methods are

I I grass crop. BELLE GLADE FARM. HEAD'S sight of its destination. being undertaken so that the plightof

I!I .. Mr. Williamson is confident that Equalization Board .' I RESIGNATION IS ACCEPTEDTh : the schools may be brought forc-

t II the feed mill will be a big success ------ To ibly to the attention of state author-
Library Open
and predicts that the new dairy feed to Meet July 1st. I resignation of A. R. Richardson ities.

will eliminate the necessity of dairy- I as superintendent of the Belle Three Days a WeekPlans It was moved, seconded ,and car-

men using beet pulp in connection Glade prison farm was accepted ried at the meeting last night-that

: with other feed for their stock.. Arrangements Notice is given 'In a legal adver-I Wednesday by the state cabinet. A the appointment of H. Fleming, recommended -

: have been made with tlsment appealing this week elsewhere :; successor, was not immediately ap have been made for l keeping by the trustees of La-

; several of the leading dairies to tryout in this paper that the board I pointed. open the school library on Monday I Belle as a teacher in the schools

)'/ the new feed as soon': as manufacture I of county commissioners will meet | RIcharson gave no reason for ienlgning. morning, Wednesday morning and there. not be approved.

II starts. The company expects with the county tax assessor!' In the .The cablnpt said tho ro ig- Friday morning of each week. Mrs.R. The Clewiston school will probab

,- also to manufacture poultry feed and office of the Clerk of Circuit Courtat nation would be accepted effective H. Collins will act as librarian ly open in September, although' the

,\: )mule feed at considerably less costr.Y the courthouse In LaBelle on July 1, "or as soon thereafter 'as :and any school pupil or their par- date has not yet been set.

to the local farmers' than the pro- Monday, July 1st, for the purpose of supervisory arrangements are ents may take out books during the Other county schools will be under -

,: ducts they are now buying. hearing complaints on taxation and made" "uminer: months. the supervision of the following

; Other officers of the new company -I receiving testimony as to the valueof j The Belle Glade faun will be Summer school is also well under teachers:

: are R. E. Kurtz, of Fort Myers, any property real or personal, us ;continued as a branch of the state way under the direction of Prof. B. LaBelle High School, C. E. Royer,

vice president: and J. G. Allhands, of fixed by the tax assessor': on the lax : prison at llaiford and its chief of- I L' Herring. There is yet time to enter principal, Madge Hull Edith Magill

Moore Haven, secretary-treasurer. assessment rolls for 1935. j fiver will be known as "manager" I for till- summer course and any Irma Delaney, Olive Verne Tichter.

Mr. Wlilllamson made a very interesting The board will remain in session instead of st superintendent. Accounts 'parent who wishes his child to makeup Houston Stewart.

; talk before tho Kiwanis from day to day for a week if necessary -; and op rat1on'.o.f the branch will be work during the vacation time LaBelle Elementary Jimmie.
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Club on Wednesday night of lastS to perfect, review and equalizethe supervised, from the state prison. officer. I should make} arrangements at once Blount, Mary Richards, Catherine

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY JUNE 14, 1935CURRENT

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tion with an Important organization HAWAII was treated to a magnm- PERSIA HAILED Fingernail Picture Fad

EVENTS that will not interfere with bis political display of American naval Started by Englishman
activities. power in the Pacific that continued HOME OF PEACH
Stanley Burchett of Kensington
There has been a lot of talk about Mr. through two days. First the forty ,
Farley's alleged ambition to be gov- planes that had taken part In the mid- England, growing tired of tae brightly

PASS IN REVIEW ernor of New York. Melvin C. Eaton, Pacific maneuvers returned and the Expert Considers It-Fruit That ) ,colored conceived nails of the mod'rn"woman 1"s
the Idea of
dares him entire painting rr
Republican state chairman, armada of 225 planes participated .
to run for that position. In a speechat in an aerial review. Then the vessels Tempted Eve.A pictures on them. Instead, says the \:.

Syracuse, Mr. Eaton said: of the fleet returned and movedto Detroit News.

UPREME COURT INVALIDATESNRA "For years, now, Mr. Farley has fancied Pearl Harbor, the great naval base, small, hairy, inedible peach, Burchett Is a miniature painter
himself as a candidate for governor which they all entered In a crucial which grows wild at elevations of and In 1923 the queen accepted a plcsture

AND FRAZIERLEMKEFARM of New York. He has repeatedly test of the harbor's capacity as an an- 7,000 feet in Tibet, and China, Is the .. he haeI'painted of the cenotapb
MORTGAGE ACT. associates that The subma- Adam and Eve for her doll's house.
told his very close chorage. navy's largest of all modern
he' will 'run when the time is ripe.' I rines were with the battleships and peaches, said Lloyd C. Stark, nurseryman The new finger-nail fashion was-

By EDWARD W. PICKARD challenge Mr. Farley to be the Demo- cruisers, and there were 700 marineson of Louisiana, Mo., in a recent really the result of an accident.
Western Newspaper Union. cratic candidate for governor In 1936. the target ship Utah. talk. Burchett is In the habit of making

unanimous decisions of the I challenge him to run on his record.I Navy Memorial day in -Japan, the Discussing the origins of native quick sketches on his thumbnail. One

THREE Court of the United States know a great many Democrats who thirtieth anniversary of Admiral Togo's fruits and their development through day when painting a canvas of a garden -
destruction of the Russian fleet, cultivation he' stopped work: to amuse a
shook the New Deal to Its very foundations lavishly nursery to the varieties
In the first and most Im- brought forth a pamphlet from the' grown today, Stark said, that for child who "wanted a weeny one for

portant, read by Chief Justice Hughesthe paign fund, for no other reason thanto navy's propaganda bureau which made ;years_ it had been supposed the homeof herself."
heart was cut out of the NRA get a crack at him through the significant allusions to the United the peach was in Persia becausethe The painting was quickly done on

for the court ruled that the entire code polls." States. It said : name "peach" and its European' a linger;; nail and looked so attractivethat

structure of the act was invalid, the "Then Russia was the rival and the equivalents were derived from the the little girl's mother Immediately

code making provisions being an un- ONLY nine states of the Central danger. Today that is changed. We word "Persian" and the Greeks and commissioned the"artist to
constitutional delegation by congressof will send delegates to the have had to face in mother direction. Romans called peaches "Persian ap- paint her nails.
Its authority to legislate to persons "Grass Roots" convention of the Re- We arc confronting another great sea ples." Now there Is no limit to the variety -

not connected with the government's publican party which opens June 10 In power which is increasing its navy With the discovery of the small of "picture" nails.. One society

legislative functions. By the ruling Springfield, 111., but with' Japan as the target. hairy peach, however, by Frank woman went to a race meeting witha
the exercise of congressional powers the meeting will never rY "We need a navy sufficient to pro- Meyer of the U. S., Department of' picture of her host's horse and

over commerce was definitely restricted theless be rather national tect our sea routes to the continent of Agriculture, it became scientifically jockey, complete even to the racing

to Interstate commerce, or to' such in scope, for it Asia and to face the menace In the established that the original home of colors, painted on her nails.

activities as have a provable direct will be attended by <.i.ie direction of the great ocean. That is the_ peach was the Tibet and Chinese

connection with Interstate commerce. unofficial delegatesfrom why Japan demands parity with, the plateaus. The 'Chinese called the A Welcome Relief '-.

The court held that no economic emer- other states and greatest navies. If Japan's just and wild peaches "Yeo Toa," and used A detour has its merits. You see
gency could justify the breaking down by national leaders of reasonable demands are rejected by them for firewood. something else besides the back endsof

of the limitations upon federal authority the party. It was believed the powers, causing failure of the efforts Although much "is still to be other automobiles

,as prescribed by the Constitution that Harrison .w L to reach a new naval agreementand learned of the origin of other native

or of those powers reserved to E. Spanglcr._ national leading to a naval construction fruits, Stark said, all of them seem

the state through the failure of the committeeman from .... ...._ I 'race, the responsibility will not be to have come from the general area Many a Friend RecommendsBLACKDRAUGHT
Constitution to place them elsewhere. Iowa, would be made A' non ours. In such case the only thing for of Central Asia.

Next In importance was the decision temporary chairman Mm Hyde I Japan to do is to resort to resolute The apple Is supposed to have

read by Justice Brandeis, holding unconstitutional and as such would deliver the key- measures for self-protection." originated north and east of Persia, People who have taken Black. f... .
the Frazier-Lemke farm Draught naturally are enthusiastic ..
the tenta-
note address. Others on not far from the Biblical location of -
mortgage moratorium act. This law tive program for speeches are Arthur T> EICHSFUEHRER HITLER, apt the Garden of Eden ; cherries in about it because of the refreshingrelief
it has them. No
provided for a five year moratorium In M. Hyde, former governor of :Missouri pearing before the reichstag, out- brought won-
Southwestern Asia between the
der they others to try itl! .
urge
the case of collapse of efforts to scale and In the disarm-
for
secretary of agriculture lined a 13 point program
Black and Caspian seas; and grapes Mrs. Joe G. Roberts, of Portersville,
down a farmer's debts to a figure that i Hoover cabinet, and Edward Hayesof ament and the improvement of Inter- near the Caspian sea. Ala., writes: "A friend recommended

would enable him to pay off his mort Decatur, 111., former national com national relations, and did It so well The first development of wild Black-Draught to me a long time
I gage. The court held that under the mander of the American Legion. it cannot well be Ignored by the other ago, and it has proved its worth to me.
fruits their homes
was near original
,
Fifth amendment to the Constitution The address to Black-Draught is good for constipation.
keynote according lIe rejectedthe
nations of Europe. again
from where the fruits were carriedby I find that taking Black-Draught prevents
; private property could not be taken reports, will take inventory of American resolution of the League of Nations the bilious headaches which I used to
i without just compensation. There has commerce through the years Into have." A purely vegetable medicinefor
affairs under the Roosevelt New council condemning him for the rearm- relief ofCONSTIPATION
Chinese, Roman, Greek and Persian
i' been no previous instance, the court Deal and Indicate the trend of the ing of Germany, but said Germany civilizations BILIOUSNESS
said, where a mortgage was forced to party in opposition. Mr. Hyde Is to might return to the league if that body
relinquish property to a mortgagor free talk on the Great Emancipator at the divorced Itself from the principles of In China, the peach was given the

of lien unless the debt was paid In full. Lincoln tomb In Oak Ridge cemetery, the Versailles treaty and from the greatest attention and assumed almost -

: In the third decision President and Hayes Is expected to deal with "psychology of victors and vanquished"and the dignity of a holy fruit. The

l' Roosevelt's dismissal of the late William the theories of the Republican part "after Germany Is granted full peach was mentioned In Chinese lit-

E. Humphrey from the federal on constitutional government equality rights, extending to all inactions erature 2,000 years before it was
;t. trade commission was held Illegal be- and privileges in Internationallife. introduced into Persia and the

cause the President did not remove SETTING a new precedent, President ." Sanskri t-spealdng countries.To you suffer burning, scanty or
Mr. Humphrey for the statutory "acted his satisfaction of Great the Chinese the DO
as own mes To the great peach pos- frequent urination;backache,
'&. grounds of inefficiency, neglect of ,senger" and personally returned to Britain, Hitler promised to respect the sessed miraculous powers. It is.mentioned headache, dizziness, swollen feet and
duty or malfeasance in office, but, ask Speaker Byrne the Patman bonusE. territorial clauses of the Versailles as the "Tree of Life," and a ankles? Are tired nervousFeelall
you ,
! 1 the President stated, because their ,...".\...:. measure with his dis- treaty, which he said, could not bl peach, red on one side., Is their sym- unstrung and don't know what i i1
hw- :
1" minds did not meet .upon the policies : ..,. approval. Before a modified by unilateral action. He de- bol of long life.
or administration of the commission. : :;, wrong?
joint session of the clared Germany was willing to sign
/ : ': In more ancient days, the Chinese Then give some thought to
house and senate and non-aggression pacts with all her- neighbors your
: believed eating a certain kind of
r;. '"pHERE was consternation and con- crowded galleries the except Lithuania, and to agree to peach would bring immortality and kidneys. Be sure they function properly

.. fusion among the administration l ''-i': Chief Executive read an arms embargo If others would do preserve the body from corruptionto ,for functional kidney disorder per,

J forces in Washington, and no one could { .'i '-: 1ft his veto message, an the same. Also the reich is ready to the end of the world. The peach mits excess waste to stay in the blood,

:; say immediately just how much the '. able and well ordered sign an air convention supplementingthe tree was the "Tree of Knowledge"to and to poison and upset the whole

New Deal had been damaged or what 'I': r <- .gl document In which he Locarno pact. the Chinese, and it may have system.
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could be done to repair the damage to )' forth his convic-
set been. Stark said, that the apple Use Doan's Pills. Doan's are for the f,
f: its structure Donald Richberg, chair 'f.V." : tion that "the welfareof THOUGH the League of Nations eaten by Eve in the Garden of Eden, kidneys only. They are recommended ))1
man of the national industrial recov- :: J the nation as well ended its session In Geneva .
the world You the
,._"....- wt after all was the Persian apple, or over. can get genuine
board after a White House conference the future welfare that it had
:: ery as with the hope arranged
President as it is known today, a peach. time-tested Doan's at any drug
Issued a statement saying that of the veterans wholly matters so that war between Italy and
Roosevelt Fruits were brought into Europeand store.TRENCH.
"all methods of compulsory enforce- justifies my disapproval Ethiopia would be
.' the Western with
ment of the codes will be immediately of this measure." Asserting that an averted, the prospectsfor Hemisphere
suspended." He added that the ad- able-bodied citizen, even though he such a settlementare the spread of civilization and were

ministration now faced the problem of wore a uniform should not be accorded not bright. Under developed under. the care of growers.

"maintaining the gains which have treatment different from that of pressure from Great Peaches grow well in sections'of

been made in the last two years," and other citizens, he said: A.6F. Britain and France, Missouri, the speaker said, becausethe

expressed the hope that employers "The veteran who Is disabled owes Mussolini consented to soil Is similar to that of ,their
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would voluntarily maintain "fair stand his condition to the war. The healthy recognize the league's original habitat.
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Senator Pat Harrison said he be- to mingle the two problems iso arbitration. But Imme- later throughout Europe and America .
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i with the enactment of appropriate legislation Mr. Roosevelt's stern warning Duce told the cham- east and west throughout Asia, Eu- YARNS 5211 Walnut Philadelphia. Pa.

.: to continue NRA In? some against the dangers of inflation Inherent Benito ber of deputies in rope and Africa, and were dissemi-

form, and Senator Robinson thought it in the measure was listened to In Mussolini Rome he would not nated by the Phoenicians, a thou-

lSS;_ would not be difficult to provide for silence, though there was mild up- allow Germany to make of_ Ethiopia"a sand years before Christ; apples Make $20 to $35 a Week
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Big profits. FREE samples and
was In vain so far as the house case of trouble In Europe" and asserted atic home to all temperate climates, circulars Bcgros.create demand.Appoint own agents.
The of the concerned, for he left the the including South America and Australia Repeat orders Increase earnings weekly. Un-
question constitutionalityof was as he was ready to take supreme limited possibilities to build a steady moneymaking -
.5 5. the Wagner labor disputes bill, chamber there were quick demands fora responsibility to sustain by every and even as far north as business and bo your own boss.
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: widely expressed that collective bar- overriden his veto and again France, and indicated that he believed
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gaining now cannot be enforced in any passed the bill by a vote of 322 to 98. that Ethiopia was perfecting its army (:..l
; business enterprise by federal statute. The debate in the senate
was long with the help of European powers THE REGULAR PRICE; --
s-,' In the senate demands were voiced and perfervid and quite unnecessary Inimical to Italy. AND THE NEW
OF CALUMET
;: to recommit to the committee on agrI- because the result of the vote had beena Following this address, Mussolini\ BAKING CAN IS SO EASY

; culture the amendments strengthening certainty for several days. Fifty- ordered the mobilization of thousandsof POWDER IS NOW ''

Y'' ; the AAA. Senator W. E. Borah said four senators voted to override the officers and technical experts of the ONLY45AP0UNDj/ :' w'A k TO OPEN/.

I..- that the NRA decision clearly raises veto; but 40 supported the President, class of 1012. : _
; ... the question of the validity of much and only 32 were needed to kill the

AAA procedure. measure. TunEE world's records were I

\ and another tied by Jesse
.
; : FRANK C. WALKER'S present jpb OECRETARY HULL signed a reci- Owens, the wonderful colored athleteof

I of the division of allotments procal tariff bargain with Sweden, Ohio State university, in the West- 1cx
and information In connection the fifth to. be completed under his ern Conference meet at Ann Arbor. _

; with the work-relief program Is not sol program which he has been promotingfor The new marks he set were : 220 yard ___

important as had been about a year. The results of his dash, 0:20.3; 220 yard low hurdle

expected, and proba- efforts have been seemingly small and 0:22.0 ; and running broad jump, 20 E

bly by the end of the consequently a good many people are feet 4JA Inches. He won the 100 yard

year or earlier he will paying more attention to the alternative dash in 0:09.4, which equals the world

be able to delegate his plan advocated by George N. Peek, record set by Frank Wykoff in 1930.

duties to others. Then, special adviser to the President on for- The meet was won by Michigan.MISS .
eign trade. The Peek
according to current proposals em-
body a system of trade restrictionssuch
wSl rumors, he will enter JANE ADDAMS, "first citizen
as have been adopted by most 1 1
the President's cabinetas ahead
other nations, and he warmly argued In Chicago internationally famedas
postmaster general, their behalf before the Mississippi Valley a social worker and peace advocate, toile l
to succeed Jim I. or r
Farley.Mr. ; llk
foreign trade conference at St. Louis, has gone to her reward, and her pass- O ,
:: .0> Farley has defi- only a few hours before Mr. Hull Ing Is deeply mourned by the many futureOHTOrE'IHEVJr \'il:
r DUely decided to
c.- Frank C. re- signed the pact with Sweden. thousands of poor and unfortunate per- J
tire from the cabinet
whom she had made life
for
Walker sons moreemlurable.

:: : that he can voluntarily devote] all, it his is time saidso LAWSON LITTLE, the brawny She started her real lifework (:..ii.:: e.....a, /
Californian, won the BritIsh In 1SS9 among the Italians and
I j'i. and energy to directing the campaign ] :
on Chicago's West
amateur golf championship for the other foreigners
i of Mr. Roosevelt for renomination and aided by shampoos with Cntlcara .
second consecutive side founding Hull House, which
year, being the grew
re-election. He expects to remain not Soap, will keep the scalp clean
first American to accomplish that feat. Into the most famous social settlementIn dandruff and
'. and help to pitching
prevent
chairman
only as of the national
Dem HIs final match with Dr. William America. Later her activities were scalp irritations which cause
ocratic committee but also as chair- Tweddell ended only on the thirty- extended to the 'amelioration of sweat- falling hair and baldness.

man of the New York state committee.In sixth green, and he decided to take a shop conditions, the child labor problem Ointment 25c and 50 c. Soap 2Sc
order that he may have an income month's rest before competing in the, and then to the matter' of Inter- _Sold at alldrustliti._
he plans to make a business connec- British open. national peace-


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} THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1935



Ben watched, examining belting, grease rapidly. At times he seemed to mor Crocheted Rug Uses

II The MAN from YONDER cups, seeing that live rollers ran stead- with painful, with dangerous delibera
fly and true. The pulleys turned slow- ; tion. But he was watching the logs New Modern Design

ly'for a full five minutes and then as and his chances and did not make a

HAROLD TITUS < the: cracked whistle atop' the boiler move until he was certain of wherehe

by Harrington's gone-driven out-and house cackled its message that, another was going. -

Copyright 192S-1934, Harold Titua. we're in the soup!" working day had begun, the carriage Slowly the deck settled. Half of

WNU Service.SYNOPSIS'. He paused and looked at Elliott, swept forward and the saw snarled its what had been piled logs now bobbed

whose keen eyes were studying the way into a good maple log. and swayed and rolled in the pond.

\ detail of the map. Elliott stirred on his feet. It was The rest, reduced from the height to

"It's a haywire outfit. The locomotive the way a mill should start, anyhow.But which it had towered a few seconds

broke down yesterday and unless after that beginning the pro- before, came to rest. And Ben Elliott,

at Ben the Elliott little lumberIng-from "Yonder"town of-arrives Tlncup the boys get her working, the mill will cedure was not so good. The sawyer on Its lowered crest, stood still a moment

accompanied by Don ,Stuart, old, very be out of logs in a week. The mill was not quick In making decisions. until certain' the movement was
sick man whom he has befriended. He itself is a grand old ruin but saws, Twice In a half dozen' logs his slabs ended and then came slowly down,

signalizes his coming by defeating" after a fashion. The. lumber In the were thick to the po'int.of waste ; he looking not at the men who gaped at
''I Bull Duval; "king of the river, and did one I him but at the logs over which he
log-birllng contest. yards is mortgaged up to the last cull not turn particularly good
town bully:, In a
Nicholas Brandon the town's leading piece, there's not enough in the bank to piece as soon as he should to grade walked with a critical, appraising eye.

. citizen resents Stuart's presence. He meet interest and payrolland there'sno ,his lumber to the highest point. "Atta boy!" an unidentified 'voice
tries to force him to leave town and boss on the job." The setter, too, was mediocre. The yelled above the roar of the carriage F;.
him
the act, knocks
down.Elliott Elliott resenting is arrested. Elliott looked at the old man. deck man loafed and let the bull chain exhaust' but if Elliott heard this" he

"You said it was as pretty a pieceof fill up. and stop even .when his deck gave no indication.

hardwood as ever stood outdoors. was hqlf empty. "Now, if Buller can't get that locomotive This crocheted rug called "Con-

CHAPTER IIContinued4 If so; why's it in this Jam?" The hill crew was not happy. They going by noon," he said to the ventional" rug is made in solid

Able Armitage lifted a hand In gesture -/ appease! to be men working for a cause pale and visibly shaken Able, "we'll colors. The design and border are

"Oh That! I don't know. 1 and whispered sharply one word : they felt was lost. telegraph for a new spider. No use In black and the background In

didn't ask ; .I forgot It. I wasn't Inter- "Brandon !1" Ben went with Buller, then, from taking more chances. Come on, Buller green and lavender When finishedIt

ested in your fine. We can take care Ben put down the map, replaced the man to man and watched !each, do his let's look at the stuff you've got piled." measures about 21x3G inches and

of that. I was interested in findingout pipe stem between his teeth and shoved work. Blinking, the millwright followedhim. approximately three pounds of rag

out about you what kind of a his hands deep Into pockets. In the yard they passed logs rolled strips are used in the making. The

,; nut-cracker :you are" "Brandon, eh?" He nodded. "Checksout to one side. 'Y G-d !" muttered the pond man. colors suggested are only one com-

The young gray eyes were studying on the stories I'd heard. So "Much veneer stuff good as that?" "Slick shod, he went over that face bination, many combinations can be

v the old blue ones closely, now. Brandon's put you on the toboggan Ben asked, eJ'eingthem. Slick shod 'Y G-d !" worked out to match the colors in

'II found out," Able continued. "He Why?" "Not much coming in now, but In the crepe rubber soles of his the room in which it Is to he used.

I says you're no good. In the pause Able shrugged. "Probably becauseIt's there's a lot of It standing," Buller pacs, Ben Elliott had done what would This rug will prove a practical as

'.! the justice chuckled softly. "He says kept Itself out of his hands for answered. "Buyer in here ten days ago have been a feat for an agile veteranIn well as beautiful rug in any room In

you're absolutely ,no good to yourselfor so long. And, besides, there are other looking up bird's-eye maple and veneer calked river boots. And Immediately the house.
anybody else. He tells me that you reasons. birch Harrington was saving It as It gone on about another phaseof Full instructions for this rug and ,

. ; I know more about logging and sawmills "Six years ago I was made adminis- came In; some of it He had too many his job as though such spectacular 25 others are included in rug book

than any man your age has a right trator of this estate and to keep the things to think about, Harrington did. activity were all in a day's work. :No. 25. Both braided and crocheted

r I-. to know and he's seen a lot of men. carrying charges from eating It up, I The buyer's due back any day, though. An hour later the mill stood silent rugs are found In this book.

t;s He says you can make the worst crew started to operate. 'There wasn't a Market's up, I guess. He'll probablypay for five minutes while a broken con- Send 15 cents to our Rug Depart-

; \\ "-' that ever Infested a shanty eat out of chance to sell the stumpage to any- a fancy figure for what we haveto veyor chain was repaired. In that In- ment and this book will be sent to

: --- your hand. He says you don't know body but Brandon. Nobody's going to offer him." terval every man on the Job had heard you postpaid. .

, what it is to be tired or afraid. put their money Into a devil-ridden Then he went to the particular problem the story. Address HOME CRAFT COMPANY -

And then he says again that you're no county like this There are too many confronting them. With the loco- 'Y G-d Slick shod!I" the pond DEPARTMENT. C, Nine-

:' use on earth, so far as he can tell !I" stories going round of what's happened motive laid up the steady supply of man said again and again. "Cool teenth and St. Louis Avenue, St.

f' : Elliott was grinning a bit foolishlynow to others who have tried to work along- logs from camp to mill would be cut Like a watermelon on Ice!" Louis, Mo.Enclose. .,
and rubbed his chin. off. Snow was falling lightly, now, head stamped-self addressed
side Nick. We had to cut and mill or When they started the sawyerwas
Able went on : I sell the stumpage to Brandon at his but sleighing might be days distant.To grinning and It seemed as thoughthe envelope when writing for Information -
; "He told 'me that before the war- log the mill by trucks was Imprac. '
own price. ,Maybe, If it had been mine, saw stayed in the log more constantly .
your war, not' ours-they'd figured you tical, he declared, and unless the rail-
I'd have sold ; but the owner of this than it had before, as If the
r as one of the prize young men in timber is an orphan girl and a road equipment could be put in work- mill functioned with greater smooth. Advice to Girl*-

,i their organization but that since you've man doesn't like to quit under those !' ing condition they might be forced to ness, as ,If something in the nature of Some girls who set out to be agree-

come home there's nothing you'll do. circumstances."But i' shut down. Fortunately a reserve log enthusiasm went into the labor along able score a victory over those who

fou can do anything, he says, but you every man I've put on to run supply of a sort was on hand., decked with brawn and experience. spend hours trying to look pretty.
won't. I asked him why and he said high beside the pond.
the thing has been beaten, and I've had -
he guessed it was because everything I "We'll have to break out this one CHAPTER III
some good ones there. They can't get
I they had to offer you was too simple, deck now," Buller said. "Pond's about
decent crews in the first place. Buller,
i which I translated to mean that theyhaven't empty."
the millwright, Thomas, the camp cook, Not so in the camp where men and
a good, tough hickory nut to He whistled and waved to the pond "
and a crazy Irishman, named Bird-Eye horses toiled to make decks of logs by
I offer you. man. Picking up .1 peavey he led the
1 Elaine who's barn boss, are the only night out of what at dawn had been
The other's rather embarrassed smile way toward that high bank of maple,
.
I : three men you can count on. Brandon standing trees., Nearly half the crew
faded."Was. beech and birch logs. Ben followed,
II spies the good men who come along were Finns, stolid, uncommunicativefellows
he mad?" he asked. watching the foreman as he surveyedthe
and If they don't work for him he sees good enough workmen but dIffi-
"Was he really sore at me?" face of the deck and shook his
to it that his Bull Duval drives 'em cult to speed up.

"Mad like anybody else would be, out of the country. And this matter of head dubiously. "Aren't there any good men left
"
I-take It, If they saw a young man "Try the big birch first, Buller said
labor is only one item that he makes. loose around here?" Ben asked Ableon
1 they thought a lot of wasting his to the pond man. I
hard to supply.
his first trip to town.
They engaged the hooks of their
.1 time. "Until now he hasn't been able to "Few." The justice shook his head.
"I'm I think a lot of Mr. peaveys ; they heaved. The log rolled
sorry touch me. I've managed to hold out "Good workers, lots of 'em. But Bran-
Brldger. He certainly has been white away easily and lumbered down the
against him politically. But he's watch- don keeps hold of them. He treats
incline to the water. Another and
with me. I've tried, Judge. Honest CHILD.RENLike
.ing and the probate court Is watching them well; he's nobody's fool. But If
I've tried to give 'em all I had but. and unless I show some by still another, each coming away sep, ,
progress a good man crosses him out of
'- But he's right. The war ,upset me, like the first of the year I'm going to be arately and starting no movement 'of the region he goes Milnesia Wafers

t a lot of others. I haven't got my feetI' booted out as administrator. With an- others above them. "Old. Tim Jeffers Is the only manwho's
Buller "spat. "That d-n beech butt'sIn
on the ground yet. After the big show
other administrator In control he'll buy Nick and he's
stood out against
tight," he said, tapping the log with
everything else seems too d-d !1"
easy this timber for a song, a girl will be the best logger these woods have ever
I his pick. "Try her, Jim now e
j "Likely. You haven't tried my Job peavey ;
robbed and the shame of this com- seen but he doesn't like Brandon, can't
be careful. When she comes, the wholedeck'll
yet, Able said gravely. "
munity will be complete !
work for him and is so disgusted thathe's
"Being a justice in Tlncup?" move In a hurry.
"
"And what makes you think, Elliott
quit the timber and settled downon
"No. Not that. My real Job-my They. heaved to no result. With a
asked, "that I've got a chance to putIt a farm. He hasn't set foot in a
"Now !I" heaved but
sharp they again,
real, tough nut-is being administrator
"
t over, when other men have failed? and he
for three years swears
for an estate. The McManus estate, the beech, nestling In the face of the camp
Able did not hesitate
: never will again. Neither will he be
I which is nothing more than as prettya deck at the height of a man's hip, refused -
"Because you have youth and a liking run out of the country"Ben KILL ALL
piece of hardwood as ever stood out to budge.
"
for tough nuts !I' He did not thoughtfully watched the snow, ? FLIES'IIller
doors. The Hoot Owl stuff, we call It. "Hold on I Give you a hand. Ben
smile ; his eyes snapped and his voice which had been falling steadily for I II attracts and kills flies.
i Trying to operate it to a profit and roses "You've had experience In tim- picked up a peavey and approached. { Guaranteed, effective. Neat,
hang on as administrator so some "Here, take this end, Elliott," the I three days. I convenient-Cannot Bpnl-
ber operations and you aren't afraid of boss for wlllnotsoaorlnureanytb4
: "We ought to have a new q
said In toward the lmra all reason. 200 at
L other man won't step in and give that foreman moving
I .,r rue.,
Nick Brandon and, last and most Im- That crew needs riding If dealers. Barold Somers
stuff away is my particular hard nut. center which was under the towering camp. 150 Do Kalb Avo.B'ktynN.Y.It .
of all, came to Tlncup i
portant you they're going to produce. Ruppert
I And it's a chore, Elliott facade of the deck. I
"
.
hunting trouble. means well but he doesn't know how.
He eyed the younger man a brief "No, go on back. I'll do the risk-
"Son"-putting a band on his shoulder Ruppert was the camp foreman.
/ interval and caught his breath quickly."I taking for this lay-out for a while"Buller
I -"I'd take Bridged word on men "That's of the hard shell of this
made but part
reply
like the way you looked at Nick no grinned.The
quicker than I'd take the word of any Ben lack of good men who've got
Brandon In court this afternoon. No pond man looked at Ben approv- nut :
man I know. He says you can-do It If for : I 'I
stick here and work
and spat on his Rands. the, sand to
Peavey
i young man has looked at him that way ingly
I'm
you will. asking you, now, as an Brandon." tARBOIL cases
since I can remember. That's why I old man with his back to the wall, will hooks bit the log's ends again ; a pea- anybody but throbbing pain; allays inflammation
[ telephoned Brldger: because I liked this?" vey point with all Ben Elliott's The next morning-Sunday-Ben sat ; reduces swelling; lessens

\ the way you looked at Brandon and you Ben help Elliott me on did not reply at once. strength bearing on it pried beneaththe over a table in his tiny office working painful tension, unsightly; quickly conditions heals. Relieve with these pow-

J. because I'm about worn out trying to He was staring at the floor as one will center of the reluctant beech. with paper and pencil when Bird-Eye erfully medicated CARBOIL. Resultsguaranteed.
write.
'- crack a hard nut. That's why I'mcc when debating with, himself and pre- "Now. Together! Blaine burst in. Spurlock-Neal At Co.,your Nashville druggist Tenn.or
here. paring for argument with another. He He lifted his weight from the ground.His "The Bull's here!I" the little Irish-

.' tc t, "Maybe, from what BrIdger told me, twisted his head gravely and smiled. peavey handle bent. man exclaimed in a whisper, closingthe

r. and from what I've seen of you, you Then he looked into Able's face. "Look out!" Buller's voice was shrillon door behind him hastily. "Th' PIMPLY SKINfrom

might maybe, perhaps, like to take a "When do we start?" he asked. the warnIng' -novement sent Ben Bull's here 'nd wearin his river

crack at this nut. ." The Justice swallowed. Elliott swinging to the rIght. The key boots !" clogged, irritated pores,

1 I I After a moment he repeated : "You ready now? Without knowingany stick popped out all but upon Ben. "Yeah?" The other's marked agita- can be relieved, improved,
"You might, possibly. The fact is, more about it?" The logs above settled with a heavy tion did not disturb Elliott, who lookedup

I I'm through,' Elliott I've given the "I know enough. It's good timber mutter and then with that thunderous, from his work with that frown and healing aided withResinoL

i f jot all I had. I'm at my wit's end and and Its Brandon who's messing up the ringing, booming sound of hardwood which the financial situation had seton

the estate's at Its rope's end. We're detail. Let's go, Judge !1" in: motion, they rolled upon him. his brows. rY
licked, as we stand now, and the truthIs Elliott had dropped his peavey, "Th' Bull !" Bird-Eye repeated and

that maybe, perhaps, possibly I It was Just before"whistle time next leaped nimbly over the beech as It swallowed. "He's come, bike he's WNU-7 23- 5

might do a right fair job of begging morning at the Hoot Owl mill. struck the ground and bounced on Its I come to other camps. He'll have every

you to come and help me I" "Who's th' young feller with Able?" I way to the water. He hopped to theI I domned Finlander 'nd Injun hitting th'

Elliott did not speak but watched the trimmerman asked the filer. first log and spurned it with his one road to escape him !I" BLACKMAN

I I Able as he fumbled in his pocket for "New boss." foot, landed on the following with Ben shoved back his chair then.

a sketch map. Able paused for a moMent "Him?" The trimmerman spat and both, hesitated a spIlt Instant- and "What's this?"

and then continued : leaned further forward for a better stepped to yet another. Arms spread, "Ah, It's. Brandon thut's sint hIm J .
"Come over by the window. Now, look at Ben Elliott as he stood talkingto balancing carefully watching those He's Misther Brandon's pet bull fnd '$ STOCK and POULTRY

here's the lay-out-spreading the map the sawyer In the gloom of early day. logs asa boxer watches his opponent's he'll clane this camp av men bike he's Medicines are Reliable

on the silL "Here's the railroad, main "Say Ain't he the lad that blows he went up that zooming, boom- done many a time before! He's wear

: line. This Is Hoot Owl siding with our ducked th' Bull 'Nd took a poke at Ing avalanche as It came down. He In' river boots 'nd swlllln' whisky!1" e Blackman's Medicated Lick-

mill. Twenty men, there, some living Brandon danced to the left as the end of one "Where?" Elliott got to his feet. A-Brik

In santles and the boarding house taking "Th' same." stick swung out to clout him to a pulp. "In th' men's camp,"-gesticulating e Blackman's Stock Powder

I V'I care of the rest. It's a long, narrow "Well I'll be d-d I Only a kid. He He ran rapidly over three that lum- with his thumb. "He's Just now come Blackman's Cow Tonic

i' :Q'-.. strip, you see; seventy-six forties may be a good hand on a blrlln log bered down beneath him and paused. In 'nd they're commencin' to sift out, e Blackman's Char-Med-Sal

i"' If'/ uncut. Four miles of slash to north but won't Nick Brandon find him sweet Two came riding together, one atop th' domned yellow bellies!I" e (for Hog)

i of the mill. Our railroad goes up pickin'I 1 He likes 'em young Nick the other, a moving barrier as high as TO BE CONTINUED. o Blackman's Poultry Tablets

; through the chopping, so. We've an does and 'specially after this his waIst. Buller opened his lips in a Blackman's Poultry Powder
old coffee-pot of twenty-ton rod engine one took such pains to make himself cry of warning but thrusting/out one Saint Died in Mortar
I and freight cars, all more or less ready unpopular with Mister Nick I" hand touching the topmost of the pair Probably the principal point of In- Highest Quality Lowest Price

I for Junk. Here's the camp now and "Yup. He'll be duck soup for' Bran ever so lightly, Ben vaulted over, land- terest in Algiers is the tomb of St. Satisfaction Guaranteed or

, I we're cutting on the second forty north. don all right !I" Ing on another that rolled and grum- Geronimo, a Christian martyr of the money back.
I\ Got thirty-odd hands there that pass for The hand of the millwright's watch bled behind the two. Crevasses between Sixteenth century, who was killed by your
I men. approached the hour. The sawyer logs opened and closed before being smothered In a block of mortar. BUY FROM YOUR DEALER

"Harrington handling It for me. pulled the signal cord. The big shaft him. Sticks popped out of the tremen- The cast may be seon In the museumof MEDICINE CO.
Man named Buller's millwright and a commenced to turn and from machineto dous pressure and rolled down slantwIse Mustapha Superieur In the sub BLACKMAN STOCK Tenn.

: fellow named Ruppert's boss at camp. machine went Buller while Able and ( Imperiling him. He did not run urbs. l Chattanooga,
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News Sholtz on June '6th, again denies er boys and. girls minus parental defined in this Act. Class 3. Upon I' 6. Upon chains of more than fif-

The Clewiston rumors that he'll quit the governor'soffice supervision.By I chains of more than three but not I teen stores, also an amount ,equalto
before expiration of his 4 year In large they drive carefully.You more than six stores, also an amount five percent of the
Published every Friday'in Clewiston, term. You've got to hand, it to the are struck with the marked equal to two percent of the gross gross receipts
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, man; he knows how to stick to a similarity with which all those you : receipts from all sales as defined in (Continued on Page 8))
this Act. Class 4. chains of
Upon
Inc. story. pass are driving. They move along
steadily on the right side of the more than six but not more than .
Keathley Bowden, Editor Mrs. Anna Hyman collected $115- road. They travel almost invariblyat ten stores, also an amount equal to i L. B. Mershon --(

000 on a sweepstake ticket. She forty or forty-five miles an tibur. three percent of the gross receipts AGENT
Entered as second class mail mat- would have received $230,000 but They slow down at intersections and from all sales as defined in this Act.

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post sold half the ticket. It's the first are extremely cautious in passing Class 5. Upon chains of more than New York Life -
Office In Clewiston, Florida, under $100,000 that's hard to get, so she other cars going in the same direc- ten but not more than fifteen stores' ,
the Act of March 3, 1897. shouldn't worry a heck of a lot tion. You begin to believe that the also an amount equal to four percent Insurance Company
about the second. "Safety First" campaigns are pro- of the gross receipts from all
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. ducing remarkable results. sales as defined in this Act. Class I ARCADIA, FLORIDA

Advertising rates on application. But what is this you suddenlysee
The heavyweight championshipfight coming down the road? A car is I
Devoted to the advancement and last night in which the new .
swaying from one side to the other.It +
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry champion, Jimmy Braddock was too, is full of passengers, some: .4 r : ,r/l'i:i..
County. crowned, was, if the radio descrip-
of whom have their legs sticking out
tion was anywhere near accurate, a
of the car windows. The driver does
complete washout. We believe Jack' BETTER TAKE I'LL USE PREMIUM-
not seem to know what he is doing. H
Sunday is Father's Day. He will Dempsey could today step Into the
He missed that
Look! barely car
ring, tie hand behind his back GOOD CARE OF QUALITY OIL
muchas one
appreciate a little attention as just jn front of you! Now he is almost ,

mother did on her day a month -maybe and whip both either of them Baer at or'once.Braddock in the ditch! Miraculously he THIS CAR THE > MAC- GUT I WON'T

ago. Try and make It a day he will swerves back on to the road! He is

long remember. I heading straight for your car and FANS GAVE YOU. ., PAY A PREMIUMSON
I The editor of the Florida Growerin he is making at least sixty miles an
an address in Tampa this week hour! You take to the shoulder of ; PAY A LITTLE .. : << PRICE I'LL GET

Today is Flag Day, and has been declared that the water supply of the road; preferring the ditch to a MORE AND USE THE NEWPREMIUMQUALITY
centrai Florida would be ruined If a collision! Your fenders scrape, your
designated by Governor Sholtz as '
cross state canal such as the one car sways dangerously from side to GULFLUBE
such, in commemoration of the, proposed is dug across the peninsula side, you think for a minute you are
Stars and Stripes as the official flag and that because of over drain- going to turn over, and then by the OIL IN IT AT 25* A QUARTWhat

of the United States 158 years ago. age the entire area would become adesolate grace of God you find yourself'right f.

*: waste. That's something to side up and back on the highway!
think about even though we have "Damn those drunken drivers," ::::. ,r:/

Vernon Hawthorne wouldn't go to never believed there was any very you mutter! i.: }ud .
serious intention of building sucha ninety-nine percent of aGv '
Moore Haven to be state's attorney, Probably ,, :
canal. If one must be built the the people who drive cars feel much ai'
but he was delighted to accept an invitation %
practical place for it is along the the same way about it that you do. %' rv
to go there fishing. With ... r f f r r 7
present cross-state waterway across They do not wish to risk their necks y v im. y
three companions he spent a happy Lake, Okeechobee. and the lives of their children every

day in the waters of Lake Okeechobee time they take their cars out of their

the party bringing in 43 big- DRUNKEN DRIVERSOn garages. They are sober and they r ,
to drive carefully. Not once
propose
mouthed black bass. Hawthorne was '
in a dozen years would they have an /f44,:%v' '4t T. 4 <2
described as being "sunburned but a Sunday afternoon drive in :
accident were it not for some fool
almost any direction out of Sanford I ::
completely happy" over his trip. He who has no regard for the rights of rfrs+iryf v ,
you pass hundreds of other motorists I
succeeded in landing two bass with also looking for pleasure and relax- others, and ca'res nothing about his 44 .jX :.d(lS+

one cast. Much favorable publicitywill ation. Most automobiles you will no-II own life or about yours.

result to the section in 'his delighted tice are loaded with fathers, mothers Because of this one percent that
telling of his fishing thinks it is fun to get thoroughly lit
experiences and little children, though not
and then take to the highways,
here. infrequently a car goes by with old- up
.. hogging both sides of the roads, the i#
life of every motorist is endangered.You "
m?.* -
have escaped a collision
may ;
s 5feX"? *
with him because you--were particu- i* >.v y vViA' &

larly good at dodging, or. becauseyou
have a lucky break, but the fellow -

just behind you or one of the
I NOTICE other hundreds of motoiists- out

driving on that, Sunday afternoon
may not be so fortunate.The .
: sight of two wrecked cars,

with half a ,dozen mangled bodies

lying around, while the pungent
odor" of intoxicating liquor comes
To All Who Sell Anything At from one of them, is not- pleasantto happened? went into a motor

see.Sanford Herald. A famous 251 motor oil- it
What means
Gulflube-has been raised to

Application Blanks the quality level of premium Premium Oil protection is

oils. now within reach of every .

Ready for Retailers What did.- it? pocketbook. Try the new .r;
RETAIL'Senate Gulflube.Only 2 5*a quartatA
phenomenal new refining all Gulf dealers. Look for the
process-the Multi-sol of the
: Applications for state permit to procSign Orange Disc.
ess-now makes Gulflubethe
engage in the business of selling
finest 25X oil that ever
GULF REFINING COMPANYNo
anything at retail can be secured at

the office of this newspaper, from
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the office of the tax collector -

: Bill next Monday, June 17th. Senate
No. 724
passed by the Bill No. 724 requires all persons other 25? oil has all ;

who sell anything at retail,to secure these points]
1935 session of the State
Legislature requires a permit before July 1 and the News h
1. It is Muiti-sol processed. p
--- is glad to cooperate with' the
that every person who sells any- local merchants and the state in 2. Its already high mileage bas been r
making available these applications. stepped up 20% to 25%.

thing at retail shall apply to the State Under' provisions of the Act persons 3. Highly resistant to oxidation-noa-.
selling at retail without a' permit sludging...extra long life.

Comptroller and obtain 'a permit before after July J., will be guilty of' .a mis- .4.'Thinsmit less under heat. easy
.
demeanor. starting:, thoroughly de-waxed.

July 1 J 1935, and further provides that Senate Bill No., 724 also provides 5. Forms far less carbon. "
that all persons who sell anything at 6. film y
High strength v/ill
-: not corrode Y{
retail shall pay a license tax from new alloy bearings. ::'' '
any person doing business after July 1 $10 to $400 plus a percentage of

gross receipts ranging from % of 1 IN CANS OR QUL 25jiztIJ
without obtaining such permit shall be percent to 5 percent, depending on

the number of stores owned by any
guilty of a- misdemeanor.For : individual or group of individuals.

Only.the permit must be secured before r Y

t-: July 1 and the application, must :
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; be accompanied by a permit fee of .

your convenience I lam. sending a- 50 cents.
The license scale under this Act Jii iuI'N

;1 supply of application blanks to ".your is as follows:
Subdivision A
f
,newspaper, the local banks, and the Tax Class 1. Upon one' store, the flat
sum of $10.00. Class 2. Upon
I
Collector where chains of more than one but not
they will be available. --
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more than three stores, the flat sum
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m of $50.00 for each said store. Class NN1. N :1 NN 1 h HN N N. N v : N N1.
,0. '.
3. Upon chains of more than three f

The law requires a permit fee ,of 50 /sum but not of more$100.00 than for six each stores said, the store.flat. _:::; 0.' ;You will find the. .' new, :;,;:

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Class, 4. Upon chains of more than .s;
i cents to accompany each ,application. six but not more than ten stores, the 'i'y

flat sum ,of $200.00 for each said :: 'GULF-LUBE OIL ::
... store. Class 5. Upon chains of '. .
"r os. .,.
more than ten stores but not more
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v I will deeply appreciate the cooperation than fifteen stores, the flat sum of
> --- $300.00 for each said store. Class :: and all other =_i:
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of every retailer in putting into effect 6. Upon chains of more than fif- y
teen stores the flat sum of $400.00for
'-' 'the provisions of this Act. each said store. I Good Gulf Products 1:1I

Subdivision B.
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Class 1. Upon one store, also an

amount equal ,to Y.l, of one per cent :I: Suqarland Service Station I
J. M. LEE Comptroller of the gross receipts from all salesas .
,
defined in this Act. Class 2.

Tallahassee, Florida. Upon all chains of more than one :i: Glenn Etherton Prop. ':
but not more than three stores, also :: ::

an amount equal to one percent of y
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.:N.N:N.:.IIIIIN:N:NI..:N:IIIN:M:N:N:N:N:N:MIN:NIN:..:NN, :. W. S. Cowart returned home ERNST & KKNSTACCOUNTANTS
:i: ;i: Wednesday from Miami, where he I AND AUDITORS I IS YOURSUBSCRIPTION PAID? .;

:;: Personal MentionNolan ::;:: has been confined for several daysin MIAMI '.-,;
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hospital "
I a receiveng : :1
I:NIIIININ. :N:M:N:N:.1:MIM. :NININININ. :N:..:N:N:N.NIN'11. :.1:. an eye infection. The City. Commission of Clewiston, May 25, 1935 ''
J. M.
: Clewiston. Florida. COUSE i
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few in --- ;
Conner spent a days
Ludwell Digges of Clarendon, We have made an examination of the Statement of Assets and Liabilities- 1
Wauchula last week. General Fund of the CITY OT '.CLEWISTON-CLHWISTON. FLORIDA a<5 of tin Counselor and
Virginia, who accompanied his brother close of business December 31, 1934 and of the Statement of Income and Ex- Attorney at Law }
&:;. E. W. Digges and the latter's pcnse--General Fund for the year ended at that date. In connection therewith Hopkins Building :'!
W. H. Russell of Okeechobee wasa we examined or tested the accounting records of the City and other supporting .
visitor in Clewiston Friday.Mr. family to Clewiston Saturday, left I data, i and obtained information and explanations from officials and Wednesdays and Saturdays ,?a
Wednesday;! for his home. employees; we also made A general review of the accounting methods and of :
I I the operating and income accounts for the year, but we did not make a detailed 9:30 to 4:00, :

and Mrs. R. C. Wilson were audit of the transactions. :
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Mr. and Mrs. Oliver H. Scharn-
visitors in Fort Myers Sunday. Cash on Deposit in the amount of $1,999.74 at December 31, 1934 was verified
berg arrived yesterday from their by direct correspondence' with the depository bank and reconcilement of
home in Boston for a week's; visit the amounts, reported to us with the amounts shown on the City records. ..o. a
Mrs. E. P. Beery left Monday fora
with Mr.: Scharnberg's parents, Mr. Unpaid Taxes and Tax Sale Certificates were verified by trial balance. of the ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
month's visit in Savannah.
and Mrs.. H. J. B. Scharnberg. I IIr. individual accounts. REQUEST ,".'

--- -- Provision for depreciation on Equipment etc. for the year amounted to I
E. E. Kelly was a business visitor :!\ and Mrs. C. F. Paxton of St. 55663. Equipment, etc. is carried on the City records at cost. C. E. STEBEL )
in Miami for several days this week. ,
Cloud are expected to arrive today I Under appropriate liability captions we havo provided for all ascertained: :.!
to join their son, Robert H. Paxton indebtedness of the City at December 31, 1934 ( Electrical Contracting .
Charles F. Dixon of Tampa wasa
who is serving as supply minister at In our opinion based upon our examination, the accompanying Statementof
recent business visitor in Clewis- Assets and Liabilltiesand Statement of Income: and Expense fairly presentthe PHONE 2121 .
the Community Church during the financial position of the City at December 31, 1934 and the results of op- .
ton. summer. erations for the year ended that date. Further, it is our opinion that the PAHOKEE, FLORIDA .
statements have been prepared In accordance with accepted accounting principles -

-Mrs.( M. W. 'Blanton of LaBellewas Agent for !,]
Dave G. Alston spent Monday and I (SEAL) ERNST .C ERNSTsrATHMirvr
a business visitor in Clewiston
Tuesday on a business trip to Talla- GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS :;
Tuesday. I .
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hassee, attending a meeting of coun- :

ty chairmen called by Governor Dave ; or A*'sir*. AJVD 1.IAnll'i'IES-GENEItALI' I-UND RANGES AND ;
Elam Durrance of Okeechobeewas CITY OF CLEWISTON-CLEWISTON, FLORIDA APPLIANCES ;
a' business visitor in Clewiston Sholtz and held in the capital on AN at the close of business' December 31, 1!>34. :

Wednesday Tuesday morning.Mrs. ', .


:i Mr. and ,Mrs. Guy Larsen of Port B. M. McFadden of Jackson- ASSCTS! .IIp. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:NNINN. :NNMNNI. .. ...:: "i
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ville is expected to arrive
Mayacca visited friends in Clewiston CASH On Deposit ...__.................._...,..-.__.._.._.__...._.. $ 1,999.74ACCOUN1'S 0: ':'
a visit with her son and daugh- .. 1000 New and Used .
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i 1934 Assessment ._.-...'.-.___:......___:...i.. +1'f ,. :..:. j 11,676.59'I'AX

Attorney Louis O. Gravely of La- Fadden ment reservation.at their home on the govern- 1932 CKUTiriCATJ'/s Certificates! ............_.._:._:-. ..-.. .. -. .._:,.':..f.',::;':'.:'..,..,...;-, ....." $1,549.28! :*_: FURNITURE !:: a

i Belle was transacting legal business 1933 Certificates ...........--..-----.-::--..;.-... ; T :, -1,213.27- 2.76255 X X

I here Wednesday Ed Ward, of. and Mis. A. PERMANENT Equipment i ..._.__........_......._._.._:.::._..___...:.:.: .. ;"- $3:638'.Ol: y: ii
J t''j Richard Bestor, of Less: Reserve for Depreciation '..'-:'. -' 656.63: 3.081.46
O. Ward and son .. :: BELLEFURNITURE GLADE ::
1 Mrs. Elsie Cothern and R. J. Lee ;
Mr. and Mrs. Horace A. Bestor, have ., r $1953034 .:. -,> ,
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f: were visitors at Fort Myers Beach returned to their homes in Clewiston .., "i COMPANY s: '

,1 .I \ vd Sunday afternoon. following the end of their fresh- LJAniLITICS' .. i t .

I man year at the University of Flor- PAAA11M2 :" 't' ..,: : ___.
Mrs. Jene Butler and Marvin ida. ACCOUNTS For Purchases, Expenses,. etc.-: ., '.'. :.;.;;.. '.'.',' .;\" .' .. $ 966.26 Belle Glade, Florida
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: Cowart were recent guests of relatives -- Salaries and Wages .._._..... ..::- .._.._.'4 .a ?:. 343.39 : '
: .Wauchula. S.':" '.- ,': ," ;. .! .:. Next Door To Theatre .: '
I I in Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and SURPLUS Unappropriated balance December. ;;". :'. .-J ,, ,:', ': ... t '
I ......... .._...". .',; : .: 18,220.69 { . . . . .' '-,.
sons, Nicky, Dick and Johnnie, left 31, 1934 ...................-....- -- : ', ....... ...NI...NININIIIINININININ.N.N.1..N/NINININH. ..N.....:. .
Mr. and Mrs. John Bridges of Sa- : -
: home in !:.
Thursday for their summer $19,530.34SrATEM1NT
vannah visited Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
I North Carolina where Mrs. Schiffli .
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J. Simpson Wednesday -""""'" .\\
I and the boys will spend the summer.

f Miss Evelyn Hare returned Friday Dr. Schiffli will return to Clewiston ; : or INCOME: AND ESI'ENSE-GENERAL FUN You Wreck 'Em ::.

,{ : from a visit with Mr. and Mis. N. after a short visit. CITY OF, CLEWISTON-CLEWISTON. FLORIDA .
For the Fear ended December 31, 1034. ; '
C. Storey Miami. _
: We Fix 'Em
H. G. McAithur ,
-- Harold Spikes,
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II i Mrs. W. W. Perry and son, Billy, and Miss Evelyn Hare were Sunday ., '-:-.:, PAINTING -' BODY AND

I i returned Thursday from a twoweek's visitors in Tampa. Mr,'Spikes' coupe INCOME: ;; ;";' .':-,:..:. .., .: _. ..' FENDER WORK
fi stay in Tampa. which they were riding collided Taxes Assessed 1934 ....._ ... '..I-.t..;' : $$14,042
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I in Rentals .........,_...............(.._..._.._---.J"7"--_..._...._.....;....._-.._ ';;\", -.. '. 260.00 TOPS =SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY
fl i with another car and was badly .Occupational Licenses ._.._._.......:-.._ .i:;. ; <'. : : 251.00 ,
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I Mr. and Mrs.. Keathley Bowden damaged, but fortunately none of Redemption Fees ?_:::::::::::::::::::: ::::: -:: !5 ti\: ; .;. 1.152 500.07:50
: Interest ...._...............-...... :. ; ; .
I and son,,, Kay, were Sunday after- the three was injured Miscellaneous .....,_......-.-....,.;,.__..-...'I'--':.$ : ." ..' ..., ;' I 25.00 $16,?31.1)? Done by An Expert

:t noon visitors at Fort Myers Beach. T Office Expense ...............:_........-..-"......._..:.,. .J} .:,;. : ":'.. '. $ 1799.88 Courteous Service :
I: C. L. Downs left Monday to accompany Maintenance Street and Brldges.\;:: ; ; ":-:.,'< ', tJf; 2,648.18 Woik Guaranteed. '
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''I A. O. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. K. Street Lighting _................-.-..._ _-...-__,,, r. ..;" 2189.67
i Marshall E. Yenawine and daughter, his mother, Mrs. W. Legal and Publications .........__..:..._.._....._ .' t. ; .-:: '- -C26.2J> Prices .Reasonable. _.
i.. her home in Conyers, Police ._._______._..._.-._...._..._..__....-_.._-.-_.._-.-.. :. ." \. .' .... _.:;ji; 842.28 ..
Jean, spent. the, week-end in Miami. Downs, to Cutting Weeds ......._.._......._.....-.....?.......,...?..- ,, ;.'< :;$.:,'" 1553.05 .A
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Georgia. The elder Mrs. Downs has I Maintenance Parks and Parkways:.;;-J]". ,\... .; 1,704.40
I -- Garbage and Sanitation ..._.-_..._._._..--t.fi. c. 'III'! .'.':' 465.29 PIONEERService
I Miss Vesta Allen has returned to recovered sufficiently from a recent Maintenance-and Operation: or. .. ,f ..:'. .. -,
1 her home here after a visit with Equipment ..._.....-......-.._._......._.._.._...:: -..-.... ;:.....;= K., ',.; .t, 2,561.54. Station
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illness to return home after spend-, Maintenance and Operation of : < ; "a-*. '
i Miss Wilma Pearce in Fort Myers. Flro Equipment .........................................__A 171.79 BELLE GLADE PHONE 10
,\ -- ing the winter here with her son and Discounts Allowed on Taxes _.._.__._-_ 109.66
._... .. 55663 15,22862EXCESS Wrecker Service at All Hours ,. :
at the ClewistonInn. Depreciation --- ---- ------- '
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Mrs. J. daughter-in-law : '
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J.' ... A. McGehee attended a district OF TAX LEVY AND OTHER INCOME OVER EXPENSES $1,002.40 I T ..u s

t nurse's meeting in Moore Haven "

y" Tuesday. 'A.

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Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and sons,

I Bobby and ,Dick, will leave tomorrow Weigh :){

to spend the summer with relativesin .iUast.e De Luxe ;'

Pensacola. I Sedan all factors

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parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hirsch, w judge -,.:
spent Friday on a business trip to A w.wVi \ vC1 .s <:v.'i'' %<' S: -.*- vi -j jV J
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> W'-'A < WVWViw X > \ % } %Cf"\% i. r
West Palm Beach. j K Ytiik : :axsSa\uNS'.y+x.7::: x,}\r\\+dP AG:7 i for :
yourself .
\ %.n. 7fi'l ''i"'m >?$-J/.

M. E. VonMach spent Saturday af- wllllhI/1/

ternon in LaBelle attending a meeting s {Cti : ,. . .
{; { ::} YYY!:Y. f'A'vff } r.x f r / f v.: G rrhxra.y<} r } :.ti : :v avis: "
f: of the Hendry county board,-of I

; public instruction.Mrs. -:1:I:1
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Cora Cothern of Lakeland,

j l Mrs. Connally Nail and Mrs. S. C.

I Stalls of Moore Haven were visitors -

j in Clewiston on Friday. G
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Mr. and Mrs. Deane King areaway -

on a three week's vacation,

during which they will visit relatives TIlE new Master De Luxe

\ in Alabama and Indiana. brings you a perfect -
r.' 1. d
) combination of the most desired
I Mr. and Mrs. Beder E. Nail, Jr., -

:j left Wednesday for Lakeland to visit motor car advantages of the

I: Mr. Nail's mother and sister, 'Mrs yi1 1 I day. Yet it. sells at. much "loner SAfETrp ".'

!: I B. M. Nail and Mrs. M. Crosby. ....
M prices and gives much greater

Mrs. Milton H. Crouch and her operating economy than any other n -
mother, Mrs. G. B. McDuffie and i
1 motor car would think
you
I Mrs. Hansel McDuffie were shopping
l in 'West Palm Beach Tuesday. comparing with it! See this cardrive Ii:
; I ENDURANCE.
--- it- at your earliest
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Digges and
.. vcnience. .
children, Josephine and Billy, returned -

I Saturday from a two weeks' .., ,D ''1 .: CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY -
visit with relatives in Washington; DETROIT,

D. C. '' r- "' ""' ,f' 1' Compare Cheircict'f low
I 6. M.A, C. tirmi. A lIICIIIGANIi I I I II : Si STABILITY ROAD

Misses Betty Spicer and Roberta I DEALER ADVERTISEMENT .

George of Miami spent the week-end CHOOSE CHEVROLET FOR QUALITY AT LOW COST
here with their parents, Mrs. Leah
'
Spicer and Mr. and Mrs. Robert :J

", George. "
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Mr and Mrs. J. F. Curry returned CHEVROLET QEPElTrliO

f tV"7' Monday to make their home In Clew- Master DeLuxe

{\ iston Mrs. Curry, prior to her mar- .

t riage was Miss Maud Minter of

,i Jacksonville.


I.it w Mrs F. C.-Storey-and children.., Clewiston Motor Co

\ a I June, Marion, Frank, Jr., and Anne, : I .

I d of Augusta, Georgia, arrived Mon-

day for a two weeks visit with Mr.

i nUll Mix} Grady Echols Clewiston, FloridaI'I .


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THE LEWISTON, NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1935






I OUR COMIC SECTIONFINNEY CArP I Slenderizing PATTERN LinesCharacterize 0321 Frock .! '.



AND9 _"___mu_ u..N._-4c_,_ t{

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OF THE FORCE a:::I n Ss: !hV J L Loosen Up BELLS


'lo, i= 4 'i'SHORE AN 01PONVT V/JHY VON'(C AGo vJELL Ol WUT"

YoLJ'R'E: N aTLooKI FEEL Coop To tHE 'fN1NKIN' 'BOUT

1' So (3OT A PAIN' poCTOROLJDON' G014 BUT --' ,

IM ME CHEST '- WANT
VERY PERT
FOR THE MOMENTA
rO BE 1AK1FJ't
TODAY /
AN ( CHANCE? vast' cloud of smoke and big
tongues of flame began to Issue from
r the windows of a house. A man ran
o) 1I
over to It and pressed the electric bell.I

1tic The door was opened by: a woman -0HNJNA'N
who suffered from deafness.

"Madam, your house Is on fire," exclaimed -

the man. _
"What's that?"

w "Your house Is on fire!1" he repeated.

"What's that? House...' on fire? Oh,
Is that all?" *I'

"Well," replied the man, "that Is all : fnIM MYe

t / I I f,' I can think of at the moment!I" :; 7M I Iti I


-BUT THEM YA1 WELL NO-1 S SAYBY POORLY DIVIDED_
T ittGNT 2 1HEk>w ? \

THOUGHT{ OP TTISTA SORTA NY CNAIJCE iS

HOW MUCH HE'S \ TISHT fEEUM1 YAWAUIET ,

CHARS( (A_ I I TS HERE THATHEfcE CARR ( ( Q/ !

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"I want you to understand that I
am a man of parts." Quite the neatest trick we've observed -

"I guess I married the wrong part." for a long time is this clev-

/ \ erly arranged, yet delightfully simple,

ffi Western Newspaper Union .t Hurry, Hjorry, HurryA home frock.. Especially nice for
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weary traveler was compelled to those of us who gain and lose weightor

I I spend the night in the hotel of a small who just naturally love a smart
THE FEATHERHEADS 0ly .= ... Wind Out of Her Sails dorp. At breakfast. remarked: to looking wrap-around for sheer com

the proprieter: "I wish I bad come fort and convenience. And, of course,
HERE HE COMES AT WELL, WHERE l KNOW WHERE" to this hotel l when I passed this way a boon to expectant mothers. Note

LASTPAY DAY NIGHT po You tHINKE\ BEEOU'VE },) six weeks ago." how the belt slips through a slit and
"Oh." said the "I may be simply adjusted to fit the
proprietor am gladto
AND rUSt GETTING IN. ( BEEN ? PLAYING CARDS (
.
hear that. 3ure.: Meanwhile, one has stepped
HE'LL HEAR ABOUT ArHE CLUB "Yes." continued the traveler, pushIng -, light into it as into a coat. No petticoat -

-rHIS!// his plate from him, "that egg would needed. Nice shoulders and
have been a lot fresher then." back, aren't they? Most attractivein
\\ solid color cotton broadcloth or

Good Stepper printed or plaid cotton of any sort.

Father-Listen, Marie! 1 uuderstan Pattern 0321 may be ordered onlyin

(hat that young Van Dusen chap is a sizes 14, 1C, IS, 20, 32, 34, 30, 38,
loafer I 40, 42, 44, 40, and 48. Size 30 requires -

I II ', Daughter-Listen, papa! I met him 4% ;yards 30 Inch fabric.

Monday}, he took me motoring on Tues- SEND FIFTEEN CENTS in coins'f:
day, swore eternal devotion Wednesday or stamps (coins preferred) for, this +::t l}

: proposed Thursday, and is goingto pattern. Be sure to write plainly 1.:.

break the news of our engagementto :your NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE

you tonight which is Friday; If you NUMBER, and SIZE.

call that loafing on,a job, I'll give up.- Address your order to The Sew-
Detroit News. ing Circle Pattern Department, 232

West ISth Street, New York, N. Y.

So// !*> YoU BY CHANGE HAVE ANY I GUESS I ) His Bad Arm
OH
1pAY22 i Jack has been vaccinated and mother -
MONEY AFTER. AsSOCIATiJG- BE= THANKFUL.) FULLY RECOVERED
) wants to sew the red ribbon "to his
"fNOSETacKALS You HAVE THAT J PiPW'T OPEN First Nurse-Has he come to his
WITH r 7 T T coat.
? .Jf LOOK/ MUCH OF YOUR.T ( THAT YET/1 r Jack-Sew It on the other sleeve, senses yet?
) Second l\urse--Yes, he's quite
LEFT J mother.
PAY
lt rational now. Just asked me to
Mother-But you must have it on the
elope with him.
l n j _bad arm or the boys will hit againstit.
I1
Jack-Mother, you don't know the Hardly Expected"I
VV1 want to be honest, sir. I can't
boys at school.
support your daughter, but she has
J her heart set on marrying me."
: Mutt Be Something Wrong "Never mind; do your best. I
i Wife-Is my hat on straight, dear can't support he either."-Kansas
Husband (In a hurry)-Yes, quite City Star.
"
straight.

"Are, you sure?" Soothing Influe"nce"Do
"Yes, -do come along."
yes
01r you think It's wrong to play
= "Oh, dear, I must go back home, then. "
lotteries?
: ; You see, It Is not fashionable to wear '
:'
this kind of 'hat straight."-Stray Stories "They
m western Newspaper Union
Magazine. prosperity may be just around the
"

A Welcome Dunner Prodigal Son \ Promise I JUST TERRIBLE corner.

Debt Collector-Shall I call tomorrow Little David listened with deep In- "Did you make your boy Josh, prom-
? terest to the story of the prodigal son. ise to stay on the farm this summer?" ELI
Young Lawyer-Twice if convenient! At the end of it he burst into tears. "Yes," answered Farmer Corntossel. (V L

1 have an Idea that folks think you "Why, what's the matter?" his mother "The duststorms have him puzzled, but _

are a client. asked. Josh says he'll' keep his word and stick _

"I'm so sorry for that poor little by the old place If he has to learn avIation
ANOTHER ONE calf," sobbed David. "He didn't donothln' ." r 's 1cL

"Pathfinder Magazine.Old .

TSK, TSK"Dad l
Stuff I

Willie-Gee, pop, there's a man at
the circus who Jumps on a horse's back,

slips underneath, catches hold of its .
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7 n tall and finishes up on the horse's fMl "You look unhappy, old man."
: neck! I "I am. 1 am almost as unhappy as

Dad-That's easy. I did all that the I u woman with a secret nobody wantsto
first time I ever rode a horse. I know."

The Habit of Complaint"I
I Going Up
suppose you were thankful for '
"Jane," said a lady to her servant, "
the heavy rain.
"you have'broken more than
your wages "
"Oh, yes, replied Farmer Corntos-
amount to. What can be done to pre- what Is meant by carrying
sel; "though I don't see why them
vent this?" coals to Newcastle?" weather folks couldn't to :
pervlde keepit
"A man with your education should "I really don't know, mum," said "It's a figure of'speech, my boy. Like In the fields instead of iettin1 It stray QsG
"
earn more money than ;you're getting. Jane, "unless raise "
"I do. you my wages.- trying to tell something to a graduating around, muddin' up the roads." _
Answers Magazine. "
class they don't know.

Among His Souvenirs Making Dinner Date High Society" Quite True -I
found subtraction
Dick most difficult.
Friend-You will soon forget her and "Have you anything to beforeI "My husband moves the
be say' among best "You have ten fingers," said teacher.
happy again. pass sentence on you?" families here." five what
"Supposing were missing,
Jilted SuItor-Oh, no, I shan't! I've "Yes, get over It, quick, guv'nor or' "That so?" would have then?"
bought too much for her on the installment I shan't be In time for dinner.An.swers "Yes. He's the leading furnIture "No you music lessons," replied Dick.
system Answers Magazine. Magazine. mover of the town."



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""R'"' I First Grade Pupil Tells when sne obtained a reply to the : but I don't run home," was another
IMPROVED I question of where pork came from. boy's explanation of a home run.
BRISBANE UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Real Origin ofv"Pork"First The boy grinned widely. "What did Cinderella lose at the

ball?" the teacher asked.
"From} the courthouse, be said.
I grade'pupils, at Springfield, The looked puzzled a momentand
The question "who is President of pupil
THIS WEEK SUNDAY Lesson Mo., gave some amusing and surprising the United States proved difficult then said eagerly! ; know shE>.
t answers in a reading aptitudetest "
f t : says the New Orleans Times- for many of the pupils, but one boy lost ,a bat
\ By Member REV. P.of B.Faculty FITZWATER Moody,Bible D. D., Picayune. One teacher was forcedto answered without hesitation, "Wash Another boy was asked what baby-

Goodby, NRA Western Institute Newspaper of Chicago.Union. wonder If a lad of such tender ington." dogs are called. After deep thought;

Wall Street's Dormouse years could be guilty of cynicism "I run this way, I run that way. he responded "hamburgers. "i

Good Wages, Short Hours
Lesson for June 16


Lottery NRA Supreme SwindlesThe unconstitutional.court unanimously declares CHRISTIAN STEWARDSHIPLESSON PROTECT YOUR LirE


High Judges TEXT-Deuteronomy 8:11-:
whose decision nobody 18; II Corinthians 9:6-8. !

can veto, GOLDEN TEXT-It is required In AND THE LIVES or OTHERS !
,short of a constitutional stewards, that a man be found faith
ful.-I Corinthians 4:2.

ha; say congress amendment must, Gifts.PRIMARY TOPIC-Sharing God's. THERE are three questions you should ask yourself about the tires you buy:'

Use of GOd'd< "Will the non-skid tread give the traction and
do its work and JUNIOR TOPIC-Joyous 1- me greatest protection

cannot abdicate In Gifts. '"r- against skidding
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP-
favor of the Chief IC-What Does Stewardship Mean! 2-Are they built to give me the greatest blowout protection?"

Executive.The YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- 3-"Without sacrificing these two important safety features will they give me

most Impor- IC-Practicing Stewardship Today. thus them the .....
tant decision In longer mileage, making most economical tires I can buy? ,

many years, this 'I. Warning Against Forgetting God Answer No. 1-Harvey S. Firestone early realized the value of tire traction and :

probably makes (Deut. 8:11-18)). safety and was the first to design an All Rubber Non-Skid Tire. Through the years

further argument God Is forgotten Firestone has led the way in the design and development of tires with most effective .

about extension of 1. Through plenty (vv. 12, 13). It non-skid treads. .

NRA unnecessary Is always true'that In time of pros--, Firestone does not depend solely on traction and non-skid tests made by its own
Arthur Brisbane perity the people forget God.
You can't extend it employs leading UnWersity: to make for non-skid
engineers a impartial tests,
that which is dead.' American business 2. Through pride (vv. 13, 14). The
men may now resume business natural tendency of the human heart efficiency of Its tires, and their most recent report shows that Fire'stbne High, Speed f;(

not led by the kindly light of professors when visited with abundance is to be Tires stop the car 15% quicker than the best of all popular makes of tires. .4" -,

and others. lifted up with pride. Answer No. 2-Blowout protection must be built into a. tire. Friction and heat ,'

3. Through self-confidence (vv. 15- within the tire is the greatest cause of blowouts. Firestone protects its tires from friction ,

Alice's puzzled Dormouse, at the 18). The inevitable result of pride is and heat by a patented process'' which soaks every cord and insulates every strand with

Mad Hatter's tea party, could! not understand self-confidence. The children of Is- pure liquid rubber. This is an additional process known as Gum-Dipping, by which
rael to themselves the
his watch, that would not arrogated powerto every 100 pounds of cotton cords absorb eight pounds of rubber. This extra process ->
time did get wealth. It is ever so that ma-
keep Dormouse
although the
terial prosperity turns the natural costs more and is not used in any other make of tire. ::,
a"everything.. He dipped the watch in
..,-. his tea, put butter in the works. "It heart away from God as the source of Leading race drivers investigate the inbuilt qualities of the tires they use, because "-

was the best butter," he said, "but blessing.II. their very lives depend upon their tires, and they always select Firestone Tires for their _

nothing seems to please? It." The Sin of Robbing God (XIal. daring speed runs. In fact, Firestone Tires have been on the winning cars in the gruelling :

The stock exchange is something l like 3:7-12). Indianapolis 500-mile race for fifteen consecutive years,_ and they were on the 5000- !

that watch-nothing seems to please It, One of the sins of Israel which pound car that Ab Jenkins drove 3,000 miles in 23 / hours on the hot salt beds at Lake .
brought them the chastising hand
either.At upon Bonneville, Utah, at an average speed of 127.2 miles per hour, without tire trouble of "
of the Lord was that of withholdingthe
first, stock broker gentlemen, tithe. The prophet assures the any kind. These amazing performance records are proof of the greatest blowout
-
whose "Kaaba stone" Is the stock ticker
protection ever known.
people that their bringing into the
began a weird dance of joy when storehouse their tithes and offerings Answer No. 3-Thousands of car owners reporting mileage records of 40,000 to .,
they heard that NRA dead and I
pushed up stock prices. was would be responded to by God in 75,000 miles, is proof of the long mileage and greater economy by' equipping with

sending them abundance. v ar Firestone High Speed Tires. Let these unequaled
Then, suddenly as the day wore on, III. Talents Are to Be Used for records be
buying guide.
performance your .
one broker asked another, and every God (Matt. 25:14-30).
broker asked every other broker, "Howdo 1. The distribution of the talentsvv. More rubber and tougher Go to the Firestone Auto Supply and Service :

we know what is coming next?" ( 14, 15). This distribution wasa Store or Firestone Tire Dealer and let him equip

And then they put the prices down. sovereign act, giving to each one your car with Firestone Tires, the safest and most to:!

of his own servants his own money. \ economical tires

a It Is announced,but not by Mr. Green 2. The employment of the talents huilt.'I;;
head of the American Federation of (vv. 10-18)). Two put to use the Two extra layers of F

Labor that a great strike will be called talents given them, resulting in doub- Gum-Dipped cords HIGH SPEED TYPE '

in protest against the Supreme! court's ling their value. One hid his talent. \
.. We select from our enormous stocks of raw materials :;
NRA decision. Mr. Green Is too wise 3. The accounting for the talentsvv. 1
the best and highest grade rubber and cotton for the ,.
to permit, if he can prevent 1 It. a strike ( 19-30). The Lord later demanded -
Gum-Dipped High High Speed Tire. In our factory we select the most -:
against the United States Supreme an accounting from each one of the Stretch cord experienced and skilled tire makers to build this tire. "
body
court. He may, should, and probably servants. The ones who had been It is accurately balanced and rigidly inspected and .;
will take a wiser course and work, faithful were not only praised but promoted we know it is as perfect as human ingenuity can .;
as organized labor has worked success while the one who hid his make it.SIZE .
.1
fully for generations, to improve work- talent was not only reproached bur S .;"
ing conditions. also suffered the loss of the talent PRICE <1

,Some union men know that wages, given him. 50% Longer Non 4.50.21 S
IV. Giving Should Be SystematicI Skid MileageScientifically 1 $7.75 j
I.. hours and other conditions improved $ 4 5 -
I in the old way are more durable than ( Cor. 10:2). 4.75-19 8.20 '>
\ r' This instruction concerning givingIs 7 '
increased pay based on political t 1 fi.jt. 5.25-18 9.75
It Is based upon the glorious doctrineof
for
necessary some one to provide -
designed NonSkid \ 10.70
5.50-17 '
the resurrection of Christ. The one
as well as for some one to take it. tread
"
who has come under the power of the 6.00-16 11.95 4.50-20

Peddlers of tickets In the Havana resurrection of Christ will be both sys- 6.00-19 12.75
tematic and liberal In his benevolences. E
lottery send out "come-on" letters, try- Other Sisca Proportionately Low '5> _!
!
ing to sell) tickets to foolish Americans. The standard for Christian giving Is .7titoNSTputtror of '"\
i On one such letter this is printed : not the tithe, but "as God hath pros- !
Line Manufacturing and Efficient and Economical
pered him. Volume-Direct Purchasing-Straight
"Arthur Brisbane
of
says largo sums V. Principles of True BenevolenceII System of Distributing to our 500 Stores and to 30/000 Dealers,
.
money are won by Americans
buying foreign tickets." ( Cor. 8:1-0:15). enables Firestone to give you greater ,. )
I 1. Examples of true Christian giv values at lowest prices 'J
What Arthur Brisbane has sa'd. and _
ing. __ -
now repeats, Is that through foreign ?]
a. The source of true giving (v.
lottery? schemes Americans are swin- 1) Is said to be the grace of God, ..J
dled out of Fie
large sums. who In-
I which means that the disposition to
vests In a lottery throws his ,-
.
away
give freely of one's possessions mu! !
money, adding foolishness to incapa be created by the Holy Spirit b. 5 ;1

city. The Havana lottery Is as muchof They gave from the depths of their 1

a trap for fools as any other lot poverty (v. 2), and their unstinted ,

tery. gifts thus became richer in meaning

cTheir willingness surpassed their
,
Postmaster Farle '.s hastenaIr '-"'- ---- --- --- -- ---
plan to ability (v. 3). God reckons gifts by ;
mails allows a crowd of 10,000 to the degree of willingness, not by the CENTURY PROGRESS TYPE OLDFIElD TYPE SENTINEL 'TYPE'Thu COURIER TYPE I --

see a whirling autogiro drop down on amount given. d. They were insistent i This tire i. deeigncd and This tire is designed and tire la of good quality This tire i. built or good
the roof and deliver mall, another autogiro on being allowed the privilege of giv- built with high grade built of high grade material.in and workmanship and quality IUl1teriah andworkmanship.
to mail materials and i* the equalor and La equal or superior It carries the
coming get bags and carry
ing (v. 4). Christians ought to be of so-called quality and construction to
superior any carries the Firestone name and
.a: brand tire Firestone Dame guar-
them away. that of their : First Grade Super any special
taught giving is a or
means
manufactured for mass antee and ia sold as low o.
and and IB equalor
.f" DeLuxe line of tire built guarantee
Mr. Farley's plan Is to have. the autogiro high prIvilege. e. They first gave regardless of name,brand or; distributors and advertised many inferior tirea that are
fly between outlying. flying fields, themselves to the Lord (v. 5). The by whom manufactured,or as does their not carry first the line ml1Dufacturer' tire but superior to any tire madein manufactured to sell at a
at what price offered for sale.S665. this class. price.
price
where high-power, fast planes land, only method of raising money which name or guarantee.

and carry mail bags to the roofs of has God's sanction Is a consecrated SIZE PRICE SIZE PRICE SIZE PRICE SIZE PRICE
city post offices, saving time lost In hand in Its own pocket.
slow streettravel.. 2. Emulation In giving urged (II 4.50-21 $7.30 4.50-21 $6.65 S605 4.50-21 $6.05 S550 4.4-0-21 $4.15 S405
4.75-19 7.75 5.00-19 7.55 4.75-19 6.40
.
Cor. 8G-15)). Paul used the gen-
One branch of the 5.25-18 920 5.25-18 8.40 5.25-18 ,.60 4.50-21 5.5
Standard Oil company erosity of the Macedonian church as a
the New Jersey branch, managed means of stimulating liberality with 5.50-18 X0.4O 4.40-21 3.50-17 9.20 4.40-21 5.50-19 8.75 4.40-21 4.75-19 5.55 30x3'/t CL

by Mr. Teagle, notifies 6,000 of the Corinthians.:: I .II. OTHER SIZES PROPORTIONATELY LOW
a bonus of 5 per cent added to their a. Not as a command (v. 8). Giving -
pay envelopes to meet the higher cost which has God's sanction must be ..J AUTO SUPPLIES AT BIG SAVINGS
of living not only spontaneous, but liberal, b. Our large volume enables us to save you money on every auto supply need for jour car. All I
As a proof of the sincerity of loveV. Firestone Auto Supply and Service Stores, and many of our large tire dealers, have complete stocks,

Postmaster General Farley thinks ol ( 8). Love is benevolent action and you have the added convenience and economy of having them applied.

printing on all postage stamps, Sur, toward the one loved. c. As the com- -

sum Corda which means "Lift up your pletion of their harmony of Christian BATTERIES RADIATOR HOSEas SPARK FAN BRAKE LININGO
hearts." lie sees a great summer character (v. 7). The Corinthian low
as as
ahead, "a summer of content." church abounded in spiritual gifts, but as low low PLUGS BELTS
200 $330Four
"Car loadings," says the postmaster needed the grace of liberality for the asExchange as FOOT as low as

general, "are up," incomes reported bj harmonizing of their lives d. Christan 580 r

our taxpayers "are up," "more people! example of self-sacrifice (v. 9)). .. E 40cFLAT Wheel '
are buying automobiles than before.'' Christ was rich, but for their sakes he ILr I ;a:, to) EACIIIN Shoe -
became poor. e. Gifts to be accept- SETS TYPE Exchange
V I
I For some, the big news Is that Little, able with God must be from a willing
the San Francisco golfer, has:: defeated mind (v\'. 10-12). f. Every Christian *****Listen to the Voice of Firestone featuring Richard Crooks, Gladys Swarthout, Nelson Eddy
Doctor 'Tweddell, British challenger. should give something (vv. 13-15). or Margaret Speaks-every Monday night overN. B. C.-WEAP Network. A Five Star ProgramI

3. Encouragement to give (II Cor.
For others, more Important news Is
the killing of 300 Chinese by Japanese U:6, 7).
troops. The 300 killed are said to a. The volume of reaping Is based
have been professional bandits. The upon the sowing (v. 6). b. There Ti resone. .

killing of 300 armed Chinese bandits should be a heart purpose (v. 7). c. .
cost the lives of only six Japanese, Giving should not be of necessity (v.
which sounds like efficiency. 7). d. God loves a cheerful giver

Co King Features Syndicate IDC. (v. 7).
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CHARGES BROUGHT IN memt1 :. ty for the year 1935, of perfecting
DEATH OF CHILE nuns Hits .. I' RIms lilts reviewing and equalizing the assess- IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
ment, and will
continue in sessionfor
13 13 Sebring 10 I 9
Dick Small was arrested Monday 11 14 Fort Myers. I. 8 9 that purpose from day to day
5 9 Fort Myers 6 5 for one week, if necessary, or as
afternoon by Sheriff H. L. Delaneyon .
long shall
be
\ as
brought by W. E. Hud- 22 16 Hobe Sound I 1 4 necessary.
charges This the 4th
day of June 1935.
7 8 Moore Haven. 1 1 A. J. LITTLE
Hudson who
son, father of Bobbie Board of County Commissioners
5 5 Welatka 1 5 \
was fatally injured when struck by 4 3 Fort Myers 3 ,3 Hendry County, Florida. OsteopathBy t
a car driven by Small in front of 6 9 Sarasota 5 9 (SEAL, ) By DAVE ALSTON,
the Hay building two weeks ago. It ,6 13 Wau hula -0 3 Chairman. AppointmentLAKE

is understood that the charges are 79 I 90 I -I 35. -\-5'3-\ Attest: William T. Hull, .
second-degree murder. Clerk. HARBOR, FLORIDA
Small was released on $500 bond Gaines I'Iayed Games "ron-Lost -Pct. No. 62-June 14-21-28 1935. ,

and will be given a preliminary hear- 9 8 i 889
ing before Circuit: Judge Geo. W. Pitchers 'Hecords -,' Won Lost

Whitehurst as son as the special ses- .'. Hooks : .. 0Walker ........................................................'..............................................................................
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(Continued from page 1) at retail will secure application I BOURXE HOME SCENE: I 60LF

Curry, Vera Helms, Nettie Hampton, blanks early next week and immedi- i OF"BEXEFIT BRIDGE:
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Kathryn Harris. No principal for the ately file same with me by mail", I ----- I Ii 3.I. I I

elementary school at LaBelle has Comptroller J. M. Lee states j A lovely party was. the bridge giv-!l i 1 .

been named, the matter being tabled "We will have a tremendous task !'en at the home of :Mrs. B. A. Bourne I '.'' COURSE
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until the next meeting. : in passing on 30,000 applicationsand Wednesday afternoon as a benefit Iy I
Felda school: H. G. Maddon, principal Issuing 30,000 permits betweennow for the- St. Margaret's church. I I .:.

Mattie Thomas, Maud Himrod. and July 1 and the only way in High score was won by Mrs. C.iW. I ::. II :i:

Harlem colored school: A. A. which this can be done will bo, McDonald, low by Mrs. W. W. :;: [I, ::.. ,-
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Thomas and Beulah Brown. through the whole hearted cooperation Pressley, sr., and cut by Mis. W. P. I.
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of the retailers and this of-; Vaughn, Sr.Playing .. .' I '.:'

Everglades Milling Co.- fice. I pledge complete and hearty : were:- Mrs. F. Deane Duff .'i"I.... I f I .:,
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cooperation on my part and I knowI Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. H. /t. \ \ >
(Continued from page 1) can count on those who sell at retail A. Bestor Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. X'_
in detail the new :!:
week, explaining giving me their full cooperationin r W. P. Vaughn, sr.', Mrs. C. E. Miner I. :
feed plant and its operation and making this Act effective." Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs. W. W. .
compared it with other feed millsin j ji OPentoihePllb1ic t ) ]
the state. He is keenly interestedIn I -- I Piessley, sr., Mrs. Leslie Miller, j
BRIDGE CLUB MEETS WITH /"Mrs. R. T. Mitchell,Mrs. H. J. Ogles-
and is so optimistic -
the experiment I
MRS D. G. ALSTON FRIDAYMrs. by, Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. H. .'.
that his en- I .:.
over the outcome I .. '
R. Hall, Mrs. C.ti'. McDonald, Mrs.J. t .:. .
thusiasm and optimism is communi- '.' I
Dave Alston was hostess to E. Tippey and Mrs.' W. M. Mc- ... .::. J
cated to anyone who may have the : '.' I
members of her bridge club and a Carter. "
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privilege of hearing him describe I .'.
few friends at her home Friday af- '
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what the plant do. J.. I.
may ternoon. Mrs. Tom Shelley* Mrs. H. NOTICE 1 I : '.:.
Should the making of feed from '
O. Peters and Mrs. V. A. Allen were ..
the Para, Napier and other :
common
guests. NOTICE is hereby given that the y
grasses prove practical there is lit- Board of County Commissioners of 't'h=
tle doubt that it will revolutionizethe High score prize was won by Mrs. Hendry County, Florida, will meet :;: .' Moderate Green Fees I:::
farming of the upper 'Glades Shelley who received a set of plant with the Assessor of Taxes for said i
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section. I sticks, second high prize, Coty's 'County, at the office of the Clerk of :: Exceptional Fairways ::i:
talcum went to Mrs. McDonald and! the Circuit Court of said County, on ::: _

low, a set of personality cards, to the 1st day of July 1935, at 10 o'- 'i' Interesting Greens ..:
Application Blanks Mrs. Maxwell. clock A. M., for the purpose of hear Y 1'1 1' :'
ing complaints and receiving testi- '.' I ,:,
members Mrs.J. .
Club
playing were
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mony as any
(Continued from page 4) W. Ezelle, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, ty; real or personal, as fixed proper-I' EiI

from"I all am sales hopeful as defined that those in this selling Act. Hall Mrs. and C. W.Mrs.McDonald Alston. Mrs. H. R. the said tax County assessment Assessor'roll of of said Taxes coun-on I,I _:.N......HNNNN. ..MNNI.. .. .....NNNNNN. . ..NNNNN.. .. .. .. .......:.....NN.. ,....NNNNNN. . .......NNNNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. .. ...:.._

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