The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00537
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Bids to be Opened July 31 School Plans Revised to School Board Decides

V Conform With W. P. A.

For Ortona Lock Project Every effort to secure a new 'High Opening Date of SchoolClewiston

School building for Clewiston ,
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through the Works Project Adminis- I

LARGEST OF CONCRETE 0W.. C. Owen Wins tration is being made at this time" Team Loses I j II I' BOARD HERE.HOLDS SELECT FIRST BUS MEETING DRIVERS :' II IIII .

I TUBES TO EE( it was stated this week by M. E.VonMach .

CONTRACT SOON Legion Golf Tourney local member of the coun- Close Game to Pahokee,I AND TEACHER. I

ty board of public instruction. Re- ..
At the first meeting of the Hend-
vised plans and specifications are
Bids will be opened next
day in the District Army C. Owen won over Father F.,J. now being made to conform to WPA One of the hardest fought ball ry County Board of Public Instruc,
tion to be held,in Clewiston it was
office in Jacksonville for in the thirty-six hole final I requirements and the outlook is games of the current season was the
said to be for the loan being decided that date for the open
struction of the largest hopeful that between the ClewistonEngineer -
of the American Legion Golf ing of schools in the county be set
structure in the entire I granted. team at Pahokee Sunday after-
'nament the local Sun- at September 9th, the next Monday
on course The cannot exceed
project $25,-
Caloosahatchee Flood noon.. The Pahokee lads emerged I
8 and 7' and walked with I 000 and of the loan made after Labor Day, that schools be
ject, the lock and spillway away seventy- from the 11-inning conflict on the
Caloosahatchee River at of the most beautiful silver" five per cent is an outright grant long end of the 2-1 score. planned for a full nine-months term I

Bidding is expected to be by the government and the remain- Smith of Pahokee bested Walker, and that the closing time should be
cups ever given in 'a tourna- '
about the 29th of 1936.
on or ,
but it is generally believed ing twenty-five per cent may be paid of the Engineers on the mound giv- !
here under his The The held in the,
arm. cup meeting was High
i ,E. H. Latham Company, over a period of twenty years at a ing up 'only five hits to Walker's
bidders on the hurricane presented to Mi' Owen by F small rate of interest.L. nine and struck out six batters to School auditorium Saturday 'after- 1

various points on the lake Duff at an 'appropriate pre- Phillips Clark, architect of Walker's five, but both boys were noon and was attended by a number I

locks. at Moore Haven have ceremony and at the same West Palm Beach, has been requested working beautifully and it was as of local school patrons and several -
by the school board to submit revised close and hard the from LaBelle as well as the
r chance to repeat. fought game as
I Fr. Finnegan was presented specifications. Because of the score implies. I three board members, Drew Hampton I
This structure which will a dozen Cro-Flite golf balls as Chairman, of LaBelle M. E.
fact red
that there is so much tape The Clewiston boys took the lead '
>,1 1 cated in the river about in the tourney. VonMach of Clewiston and Jim Mad- 1
: ; and legal technicality it is likely by scoring their lone run in the
ti. miles southwest of Moore large crowd of interested dox, of Felda.
spec- that it will be some time before the third inning. Berry scored the run I
near the A. C. L. R. R. formed a gallery as the match The length, of the term and the
project be approved. after he had tripled on Nail's single. .
expected to cost between $ its close Sunday afternoon. date set for closing will give time !
Projects are also being submitted' Pahokee failed to score until the
.. and $700,000, the engineer Owen took an early lead which additions to the LaBelle school. seventh frame when Smith reached I for the regular two weeks of Christmas I:
being between these relinquished, adding a few vacation and vacations on Arm- i
L Burchard, of LaBelle is preparing' first on the third baseman's errorand
though the lock itself is to his lead on each nine the contracts. istice Day and Thanksgiving. Any I 1
later scored. Two successivebase 1
with the one now under played. At the end of the first other holidays or loss of time might
hits in the ninth Cowart
at Moore Haven, the spillway he was 2 up, at the, end of the cause the term to run over one or i
and Mock allowed Co to
dition makes it a much 4 up and was 7 up at the STEPS ARE TAKEN the' winning run. score more days past the date set for closing i

ject. of the twenty-seven. In spite of !
,The contract calls for lead the entire final nine holes TWO bus drivers' contracts for the
:- Nail, If Walker, p;
struction of the locks and played although the match was TO INAUGURATE coming term were awarded. The
Moore, cf; Cruze, ss; McLendon, Ib;
a combination warehouse and d on tl 'e fourth hole of the '" Clewiston district was awarded to
Williamson, c; Spooner, 2b; Pape,
house and a lock-tender's nine., Jack Moorman and that of the

modern five-room bungalow. score for each of the players F. H. A. PROGRAMHarry 3b;Pahokee--Beery, rf. Spooner, 2b; S. North side,... of. LaBelle to Harvey:

calendar days are allowed' each round were as follows: Dyess. The other two for LaBelle's
Spooner, 3b; Larrimore, cf; Moore,
tractor for completing the Owen Finnegan south side and Felda were tablde un-
c; Bass, If.; Tabb, ss; Smith, p;
work' must start within ten 47 49' W. Watts, of Miami, Field til the next meeting.
Cowait, rf; Mock, 1 b.
er the contractor is 44 47 Representative for the Federal Selden L. Stewart of LaBelle was
fied. No work will be 45 47 Housing Administration visited I named sixth grade teacher in the
Sundays, and holidays 45 49 Clewiston, Moore Haven and La- ;School there. Recommendations of

( the specifications; but will Fr. Finnegan and Mr.' Owen, Belle Wednesday of this week -.- trustees for two other teachers at
Major David L. Neuman, of the
mitted'at night. There is the tournament with a han- talking to citizens, business men LaBelle and for Miss Kathryn Da-
district U. S. Engineer office in Nor
: 4 the stringent regulations on of 14, which shows that each and city officials in regard to mod- tor, of DeLand for teacher of the
folk here this
Va. spent two days
,: and salary for labor under according to that handicap ernization and repair under' Title 1 new third grade in Clewiston, were
week looking over the lake projects.He .
F' will be modified and a play thirty-six holes in 182 of the F. H. A. act. tabled until next meeting.
went from here to West Palm
I out from the ,District, }{ Their totals were Owen 181 Much interest is being manifestedin In response to a letter from Miss
Beach and Miami for inspection of
,, fice this week to bidders Finnegan 192. these loans by residents of ,Hend- other federal work. Mary Fleming' of LaBelle asking;
'; that contracts would be ly and Glades 'counties. Already sev- why she had been rejected as 'a

:1 The lock chamber will Event Occurs eral of the loans' have been grantedand Pahokee Man' Member teacher after the trustees had rec-

..i feet in width and two at least one new home is now ommended her, the secretary was

j 1 4. long. Walls will be of U. S. Engineer Office under construction in Clewiston asa State Hwy. CommissionWillard asked to write Miss Fleming that

" .J piling, capped with concrete !I result.. It is, believed that within a under the new set-up requiring all

I, j in place by anchor bolts the few months a great building pro- high school teachers to have theirA.

I: the Moore Haven lock. blesed event, beside which the gram will be inaugurated as a re- B. degree that she was. not quali

: i will alto be of the same type 8)W. of the Dionne quintuplets suit ,of these low interest, govern- G. Smith, of Pahokee, I fied.

: 1 hurricane gates, being into insignificance, occurred : ment-guaranteed loans. was named Wednesday by Governor I Bus drivers were ordered paid up

:.t-! in shape and swinging into morning in the'sub-of' On Wednesday night Mr. Watts Sholtz to serve as member of the In full to date in order that the

Y in the walls. The gates may of the U. 'S. Engineers here and Dexter Saunders, visomatic board might be partially reimbursedfor
state commission to
'i ated either by hand or by two hundred children were I operator met with the Clewiston Kiwanis highway this expense by the state which

; The upper gate will be 21 to Mae West, the office's pet Club and showed moving pic- ceed W. P. Mooty of Miami, who makes no allowance unless ,the en-

.. inches in height and the widow. spider. I tures with sound effect illustratingwork resigned last week to take the posi- tire salaries are paid. Another

.r.rl l 32 feet. This is necessary of the cocoons, each of which has been done and can tion of clerk of the Dade County payment was also made on teachers' '

of the lower canal floor on are said to hatch from two be done under the Title I program.E. Criminal Court of Appeals. salaries which now leaves these salaries -

J er side of the structure. hundred baby, spiders, have E. Kelly was appointed gen- about a month and a half in '
Smith, with the other two members -I ,
at the upper end is at an watched for some time by em- eral committee chairman and he selected arrears. .

of2.0 and at the lower in the office and one of, the following to serve on of the board attended a.quarterly -.I The board was informed by letter f

This also makes. the upper hatched out Wednesday morn- three committees: Advisory: F.J: meeting in Tallahassee Wed- that a part of the free text books

at an elevation of -.5 and filling the jar in which Mae Deane Duff, J. E. Beardsley, D. G. nesday with chairman C. B. Tread- provided by act of the recent legis- !

at11.0.. The top of the her home with the tiny rep- Alston, J. W.. Ezelle, Arch Maloy, of I way presiding. Only routine departmental lature had been issued and it was 1

the lock chamber will be of the dangerous mother who Moore Haven, and A. L. Taylor of matter were discussedat decided that as soon as' a check-up

either end of the locks,' contentedly on a fly, un LaBelle. Executive: C. F. Goodman, showed how many pupils there

ing approaches: will be built of the antics of her brood. Grover C. Poole, Thos. B. Shelleyand the meeting. I I would be in the county that these

: side 351 feet in length. Engineer W. F. Simpson H. G. Switzer, of Clewiston and Mr. Smith moved to Pahokee from I would be pro-rated and distributed

The island between the Mae back from Jacksonville Arch Maloy of Moore Haven. Finance Arcadia in 1921 and has been most!. in the various schools. It was also

spillway will be 95.5 feet there recently in order that |. : Keathley Bowden, J. W. successful in farming ventures in decided that supplementary books

and the spillway channel employees and others I Ezelle and A. W. Lawrence, all of the Everglades. He has been most required by the state but not furn-

wide. The spillway itself, recognize this poisonous type Clewiston. active in public 'affairs having served ished by them should be orderedat

'I :4.)' in two separate parts. On if they came into contact I Loans under Title 1 are obtain- as county commissioner in Palm once for the first and second
,.\ is the regular spillway for it at any time on the work. able in sums ranging from $100 to Beach county for four years. He : grades.

I I care of the normal discharge baby spiders are said to be full I $50,000 at a flat interest rate of is now a member of the Pahokee I' Mrs. Grover C. Poole was electedas

er. This Is built in three in two weeks so in a short I five per cent. They can be obtained city commission. first substitute teacher in the

each '17 feet in .width giving Mr.. Simpson will no doubt have ': for from. one to five years. Clewiston school and Mrs. V. A. Al-
I overall width. The elevation } of specimens to distribute to I Where impossible to secure loans G. B. Thomas InjuredIn len second. '

I I dam in this section is at who'might like to keep one for i through banks facilities have been I All typewriters in the commercial

the other side is the provided whereby leading manufac- Auto Wreck SaturdayG. department of the LaBelle school

signed spillway for taking turers of paints, roofing, plumbingand that have been in use for as longas

waters and permitting Exonerated In lumber will make loans through twelve years were ordered replaced -

rapid discharge of water their local outlet}!. B. Thomas is recovering in the with new ones.

i upper river This consists Death of Child A very Interesting feature in re- Veteran's Hospital in ,St. Petersburgfrom Fire Insurance on the local school

gates known as Taintor lation to Title II of the FHA which injuries received when his car building was divided between A. W.

which are' similar in shape I provides for the construction of new turned over near Fort Meade Satur- Sias and E. L. Stewart, local agents.

hurricane gates only they preliminary hearing of Rich- homes, was brought to focus last day night while he was on his way Playground equipment Is now being

ed vertically instead of Small was held in' the court week when the Central Farrnei's to Safety Harbor after his wife who repaired and put in shape for the

The base or seal upon I before Judge H. A. Rider Bank of West Palm Beach announced has been visiting there for some opening of school here.

Taintor gates rest'is at morning an almost unlimited supply of

When a more rapid court said that according to mortgage money now available for time.His .worst injury is a pelvic bone VETERAN SENT TO ST.1'ETERSBURG.

water is desired these evidence given in the case that new residential construction in broken in two places which is ex- HOSPITAL

operated easily by hand found nothing to hold the ac South Florida. pected to keep him confined to his

by a windlass arrangement. guilty of any negligence in the I Loans under Title II of this act bed for at least two months. John E. Hahn who came here last

ent chain device makes and it was declared an un- are insured by the FHA up to 80 Mr. Thomas knew very little year from Illinois and attempted to

self-locking and makes it accident. I per cent' of the value of the house about how the accident happened. farm last year on the old Moore Haven -

for the gate to fall back E. R. Morlan of the Moore,I and lot for a time not to exceed Leaving here Saturday afternoon he I road near Nine-Mile Canal, was

\II; ing opened. Each of hospital gave in evidence that twenty years with interest _at five, picked up a boy In Moore Haven sent by the local post of American
child was hit on the left side per cent; hitch-hiking to a town on the ridge. Legion to the Veteran's Hospital in
gates control foot
a twenty
and, weigh in the head and body with sufficient Mr. Watts said that the Title 1 in- He grew sleepy driving and asked St. Petersburg for treatment after

fifteen tons each. The to cause ,a fracture of the 'f'I auguration under the citizens com- the boy if he knew how to drive. being found at his home last week

flood stage of the river at and therefore caused concus-| mittee will no doubt serve to bring The boy assured him that he did j suffering from a severe fever.

is 18.0 and the minimum of the brain, the cause of the new money to this locality and en- and Mr. Thomas slid over in the seat Constable Ed Butler drove him ,to

stage 10.0. Dr. Ewing of Clewiston said able citizens of sufficient credit and was soon fast asleep. When he II I St. Petersburg Monday.

was some distance from the acci-I standing to make necessary repairsI awakened he was in a doctor's,, officeIn
Some of the Immense at the time it occured but that I be paid back In small monthly Fort Meade and unable to tell Two cities In Florida, Clearwater

( contained' in the project saw the accident and that the installments which has:: been proven hew the wreck occurred. He zpgs anti Miami Beach, have placed tabooon

from the specifications. was hit or that the child ran Ito j I be the easiest method\ by which j removed to the St, ;Petersburg hog- "For Sale"> signs on real estat

(Continued\ < on Page ) (Continued\\ on ,Pago 8)) !IB I loan may, be repaid 1 pith! t QQn! UB to lUie,; ; In. {heir( l bVautifJratlQn! !. programs.\


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Maine defended Mr. Roosevelt But c"A MERICAN COMMONWEALTH

CURRENT EVENTS the President's contact man, Charles POLITICAL FEDERATION" Is

West, and Postmaster General Far the high sounding title taken by the Apartment City Built .

ley's lobbyist, Emil Hurja, had beenso representatives of various radical or- ,
active among the house members ganizations for the body which they '

PASS IN REVIEW that the resentment of the lawmakerswas organized at a conference In Chicago. by People of 85 B. C. ,

aroused and they glady directed The majority faction In the meeting:

that the lobbying charges be Investi issued a call for a national conventionat
gated. which a new party shall be created,

MUSSOLINI CALLS WAR WITH and until this Is done the "A.C.P.F.' How many of us have the Impres- and the individual .apartments were

ETHIOPIA UNAVOIDABLE- CRITICS of the President's program will function. Its officers are Congressman sion that apartment dwelling Is comparatively -- built in tiers, rising a few feet per

up their minds that he Thomas R. Amlie of Wisconsin modern? apartment. This Is still a famous

"REVOLT" IN HOUSE.By is deliberately building up a "crisis" chairman ; John Bosch Atwater No doubt a good many of us. However relic of ancient Indian civilization in

which will provide excuse for a de Minn., of the Farm Holiday associa- surprising as it may seem, southwest Colorado..

EDWARD W. PICKARD mand for constitutional amendments tion, vice chairman ; Alfred Bingham of apartment dwelling dates back to What was probably the first exam- I

Western Newspaper Union. In the campaign of 1936. Their con- New York, son of former United States about 85:: B. C., according to official. ple of set-back architecture was discovered -

atop a cannon, Benito viction was strengthened by Mr. Roose Senator Hiram Bingham Connecticut records. at Taos Pueblo, New Mexico,

STANDING told 15,000 Black Shirt velt's letter to Congressman SamuelB. Republican, executive secretary ; and How much further no one can answer where a large Indian communal

volunteers and the world as well that Hill,* chairman of the interstate Prof. Paul Il. Douglas, treasurer. but an exhaustive research by house was discovered and housed

In the matter of Ethiopia "We have decided commerce subcommittee urging the Production for use was the principal the writer reveals that in 85; B. C. about 200 Indian families. This

upon a struggle passage of the Guffey' coal bill regard- plank In the conference platform. an entire apartment city was, built house was Inhabited by Pueblo In-

in which we as a less of doubts as to its constitution- Other planKs;: declared for union wages high up in the Andes, a place called dians and was built of stone and

government and a ality. I for persons employed on relief projectsand Machu Picchu, Peru. sometimes mud. This communal

: people will not turn President Roosevelt followed the suggestion I other labor objectives, for a "soak The entire city was built about house was often the subject for artists.Raymond -

back. The decision Is of Attorney General Cummings -the rich" tax program;and against war. i
7,000 feet above sea level, on a precIpice Keane, In the
# legislation { The call for creation of third
irretrievable. that the : should be put a Philadelphia: Record.
leading up from the Grand canyon -
Unless Emperor through confess because "the situation party was opposed by CongressmanVito
of the Urubama. It was sup L
Dalle ,Selassie gets is so urgent. and that the question Marcantonio of New York city,
posed to have been constructed to Religious RatiosIf
right down on his of constitutionality should be left and he withdrew from the conference
promote safety. These apartments the population of the world, approximately -
knees to II Duce, the up to the courts. together with several of his fellow
\JA were built of white granite and divided : 2,000,000,000 people, were
townsmen. Communists
war In his dominionwill were barred
into one and two rooms per reduced proportionately, according to
in Septem- from the meeting, and this, too. caused
begin of the
.no THE secretary treasury ap- i family, with one window and door religious faith, to 100 persons, the
ber when the rainy before the house and loud protest. Senator Nye of North
ways Columbus
W. P. George in each building. This was quite the University Press has estI-
season ends. NQ one means committee which was trying to Dakota unexpectedly appeared and ad- mode of living in. that day. mated, there would be 38 Christians.

expects the "king of kings" to submit formulate the new tax bill wanted by vised against formation of a new party We also find a troglodyte villagein 19 Confucianists and Taoists, 12

tamely, so other nations are advising the administration, and declared that, fore the 1930 campaign.INVESTIGATION southern Tunisia, with apartment Hindus, '11 Mohammedans, 10 Animists

their nationals In Ethiopia to get out of depending on the rates of taxation houses built of mud dauber, each S Buddhists, 1 Shintoist, and

the ountr)'. William Perry George, adopted, the measure might bring in of the administra- apartment being separate from the 1 Jew. .

the American charge d'affaires at Ad- I as much as $1,000,000,000 a year or islands by a sen- others and consisting of one room,

dis Ababa:: was authorized by the State as little as $118,000,000 annually. As ate committee was certain to be lively. one door and no windows. 1 BOYS GIRLS!

department to advise American citizens the representative of the administration The very first witness heard, CharlesH.
Crude, treacherous stairs, worn by Head the Grape Nuts ad in another
to leave, or take whatever other stepshe the young secretary declined to Gibson, was threatened with jail 1'\
much use, led to the doors from the column of this paper and learn how
deemed necessary to protect their advise as to the rates, though the Re- by Secretary of the Interior Ickes for !r- :" '
outside. The life of these inhabitants to join the Dizzy Dean Winners and (,
safety.Mr. members of the committee
publican removing official documents from the
was much like that of the win valuable free
prizes.Adv.No .
., George transmitted to the em- tried to pin him down to details. The files. Mr. Gibson, who was government -
Pueblo Indians of America and was
peror the rather curt reply of the legislation outlined by the President attorney for the Islands until
another Instance of apartment dwell- Hitch-Hiking Here
American government to his majesty's includes taxation of inheritances and Ickes ousted him. had testified rather ,
ing of that period. Britain claims t'its
appeal for aid In stopping Italy. -Secretary gifts, higher surtaxes on million dollar vaguely against the regime'' of Gov. "Fl 'ingScotsman"
We find in the Twelfth in make
of State Hull writing by au- incomes and "graduated Income taxeson Paul M., Pearson. century the longest non-
Kandy, Ceylon, a type of apartment stop run of train
any passenger in
thority of the President, told the em- corporations. It Is believed thecommittee's Gibson testified that Governor Pear-
better known today as the homes of the world it 3924
traveling miles
United States "loath tobelieve"
peror the was bill will not go outside son had exceeded his authority under
will the original clIff dwellers. These between London and Edinburgh,
two countries actually these limits. the law, was unpopular with a large
cliffs built in the form of individual Scotland without
engage In warfare as they are both Senator Charles !>, McNary of Oregon section of the population of the is-

signatories of the Kellogg pact.- The Republican leader, predicted that lands, and was not frank in his ad- apartments, one above the
note also pointed out that the arbitra- either other and served as a refuge for the
congress would recess and re ministration. To support his testimony
tion proceedings might arrive at a satisfactory convene in the fall or would put off Gibson Introduced several letters which Ceylonese against the invading Mal-

decision. enactment of the tax bill until the ses- were the documents to which Ickes abars.

The chances that war might be sion beginning January 3 next. alluded. The Ceylonese monarch of that age

averted by the arbitrators seemed was so much Impressed by the apart-

.. slight. Those gentlemen met again at I N THE battle between Senator Car- IF GEORGE, former king of Greece,. ment, or cliff dwellers, that he appointed -

Scheveningen and their session 'was ter Glass and Marriner S. Eccles, returns to his lost throne It will be priests to take charge of

disrupted by the Italian representatives governor ,of the federal reserve board, I without Elizabeth Hohenzollern who them, and dedicated lands for their

when a spokesman for Ethiopiaset the former has.. at this. writing',., spnrp/1 was his wife. This Rumanian prin- support. That was probably the
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forth the fact that Ualual, scene origin of our present superintendent
the most points. The cess has just been granted a divorce
of the bloody clash last December, Is or resident manager of apartment
astute Virginian extracted from George in Bucharest on the
well within the Ethiopian border.
from the Ec ground of desertion. There was no houses.

Apparently the British have given cles-Currie bankingbill contest for George, now living in Coming to the North American

tIp trying to check Mussolini and are most of the radical London, paid no attention to the suit. continent we find at Mena Verda.

now devoting their efforts to plans for provisions that It, was believed in Bucharest that Colo., a large community apartment If you have a =

getting British and British Indian sub- would have led to gov- Elizabeth will soon marry her secretary known as "The Cliff Palace," tucked pimply blotchy

jects out of Addis Ababa on short ernment or public own- Alauander 'Szanavy, a handsome. away under' an overhanging rock, complexion I

notice. Troop-carrying planes at Cairo ership of the federal a ry< forty-year-old Greek.ALDERMANIC which afforded protection in the I ,ESIHtryResinol

and cruisers, sloopsand troop ships at reserve system, and. form of a roof. I +
varluus near east ports were being indeed to help nature ,healsuch I "
practically rewrote Investigation of re- Entrancevas made from the top

made ready for this service. the measure! ) In New York ,of the apartment; by a crude ladder. I surface defects p#.1 _

France evidently intends to let Italygo Then his subcommit- city has brought a report from the
ahead with the Ethiopian adventure tee handed S en. Glass
It on to committee recommending that relief

ati*}, like the United States is not Inclined the senate banking and currency committee workers be paid less .than the wagesin I

- to' participate In an economic which promptly gave the bill private Industry, that "chiselers

blockade of Italy such -as was unofficially its approval, without a record vote, and parasites" receiving $24,000,000 a

suggested by England. and after making only two minor year of relief funds be prosecuted, and when you want .

changes. that "existence carpetbagging" by out

REVOLT in congress against al- Governor Eccles and Secretary of of town relief executives be halted.

dictatorial attempts of the the Treasury Morganthau expected to The typical weekly allowance to a '

administration reached a climax when bee called before the committee and single person to meet every need was good muffins .

the house, By the decisive vote of 258 were prepared to tell why the bill reported as $7.30 a week, ranging up- ; '

to 14S, rejected the would not suit the administration, but ward for families to $19.50 for a family ,

"death sentence in r wg,1 : :.f the committee didn't give them a of nine. The number of persons on .a

the utility holdingcompanies chance.As relief was reported as 1400000.

bill as S4S'S passed by the house, the banking "

passed by the senate bill would give autocratic ,
powers over '
in favor of a federal No need to experiment
L and demanded by the the banking system to a politically AGITATION and for abolition of the r 1

, President The r e c- dominated federal reserve: board; and "nuisance" taxes is the purpose of an :' when you bake muffins-

, ord rote came on a the party in power would have the authority -
organization called the Committee of 1rlr
motion to substitutethe to, force the twelve reserve benefit by the experience of
Americans which Is being formed by T

house bill placing banks to lend unlimited amounts to the Charles H. Sabin Jr., one of the organizers boa y cooking experts who have
utility holding national treasury. Under the %X ,
companies bill as of the Crusaders. Mr. Sabln : y
under regulation rewritten by Glass, reserve board mem- the committee to ; learned that sour milk with
says hopes present to
or the securities bers are to be appointed for 14-year
Re Brewster the President and congress a petition tfrh fr Baking Soda is the leaven
and exchange c a m- terms and are to be discharged only names :
bearing a million He admits
mission for the senate bill which for cause chief officers of -
. pre- ; the reserve some of the wealthiest families in the in.g for best results. Tested
scribed the dissolution of the holding banks are to be chosen by their dIrec-

- companies of more than first degree tors, subject to reserve board approval, country are represented on the committee 'i',; f <: recipes for a variety of,muf jk
: but denies that it Is to be regarded ry ,
beginning In 1040. for five-year 3
periods, and the reserve Y
as a "wealth lobby"NagaInst the -r, fins are included in our
The banks W
adoption of this motion killed need not buy additional govern-
"tax wealth" program of the Presl
fie "death sentence." After substituting ment bonds unless they choose to do so. dent. r cook book-send the coupon -

the house bill for the senate ;

bill the perfected measure was passedby OHIO I for a free copy. When
was the
CLEVELAND scene D. ROCKEFELLER reacheo r. 'ggFFY"
a vote of 322 to SI. "grass roots" convention JOHN ninety-sixth birthday and spent ;N buying Baking Soda, ask for

Immediately after this action, the of Republicans, the six states '
the day quietly on his estate near % '
house Toted unanimously for In- Arm & or Cow
an participating being ,Michigan Ohio,
Lakewood, N. J., with his nearest-rela
vestigation of alleged lobbying by Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentuckyand tlves. There celebration '- '
was no of thf Brand they are identical in
both the and f ,
supporters the foes of Tennessee. "To revitalize interestin
anniversary, not even a birthday cake. ;
the utility measure. During the debate the party" was declared the purposeof According to his physician, Mr. Rockefeller quality and cost-one or the

on the bill It was frequently the meeting by George H. Bender of 4
; is In better health than he hay!
charged that the capitol I other is obtainable -
Ohio everywhere
was swarmIng permanent chairman. The at- been for the past three years. ;

I with utility company lobbyists, and tendance ,was large and enthusiasticand k'' r for just a few cents.
: then came two serIous accusations the resolutions
adopted, like those
against the other side. Representative of the Springfield SECRETARY
t conference, denounced -
proclaimed the' establishment MAIL THE COUPON
\ John H. Hoeppel of California, the New Deal and called the AAA '
Democrat of an adjustment program :
asserted an unnamed administration voters to the defense of the
country'sConstitution the 1035
L for rye crop which will
lobbyist had offered to and free institutions.
include benefit payments of amounts
I get California's, relief allotment In-
creased if not yet disclosed. Representative
Hoeppel would vote for the un army lost an able and distinguished a.-',,
bill as the President wanted It. This O from 16 rye growing states met In
officer in the death of Washington to discuss the
didn't program
greatly impress the house, but MaJ. Gen. Stuart Heint eiman at the 1 ,
and outline plans for its operation.
Representative w FtEASE SEND ME
Ralph O. Brew- FREE BOOK uL
army and navy hospital Hot Springs, from the
ster of Maine, Republican Farmers principal wheat I / DESCRIBING USES OF BAKING SODA
Thomas G. chargedthat Ark. The grandson: and son of army producing states met with AAA offl -N< / ALSO A SET OF COLORED BIRO CARDS .,
Corcoran, a young e l inuu Una HAMS ( ,
officers General Heintzelman AND ADDUUI
was and their
cials gave approval to
brain truster who [Is a T R 1
co-author of the I
administration bill, had graduated from West Point in 1S99. tentative flexible plan for the paymentof B
After service in the Philippines and benefits to wheat growers.JAPAN'S NAxA
cessation of
of the $37-
China he was sent to France as an observer -
000,000 Passamaquoddy ,dam USA 0 ,
the congressman's district projectIn and' when America entered the beautiful Inland sea wa, STANOP JuuTHE
If Brew-
war he held high staff assignments.He the scene of a terrible disaster *
ster should rote that 4 ./
against the "death the D. S. M. and ..-4-l.. a or,
sentence." was decoratedby cost 104( lives. The steamer Midori

France and Italy. From the inception Maru, crowded with holiday r\
Mr. Brewster passen- I O
said he did not be- of the CCC General surd
collided with
a freighter
lieve the gers, in the e
President was aware that In charge of federal
reclamation foggy night and sank almost Immedi-
such tactics
aids or would were being used by his projects in Missouri until last February ately. Rescue boats picked up 91 of

Rankin countenance them, and when he was given command of the 1GG passengers and 50 of the crew.
Mississippi and Moran
of the Seventh corps area. All the 7ictims ere Japanese


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The Man From YonderCHAPTER the both final hands fish' plate, face and fixed then toward, holdingup the HEALTHBY

locomotive with Its string of cars DR. LLOYD ARNOLD ..'
'11;; > I By Harold Titus hill to the northward, he began to Medicine College,University of Medicine.of Illinois ,.'..
VIContinued10 Justice turned an Inquiring gaze on him ;
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Copyright 1928-1934, Harold Titus.
Holding them there? When the
"Two o'clock. he muttered. "He'sgot '
The engine crew had been fussing WNU Service. trestle 'was readyIen wondered 1 :
less than six hours left to turn the
with a suspected draw bar and did not why, audibly, excitedly, stirred from :
enter the cook shanty until most of the trick. their weariness by this strange move. Because the so-called dog days are _
others had left. Soon afterward the get a fire going on the other bank. You "It doesn't seem humanly possible," Instead of high-balling them on, Elliott in August, many people think the dam -"i
j door and Blackmorecame teamsters, back to camp and dress Able said slowly. ger of rabies I*
opened again was holding them back !
in."How. your donkeys.( Bring axes, peaveys "I'm beginning to-think," Blackmore _,, greatest In the sum- '
'Come on ; we'll drive It! a team-
near are you ready to deliver skidding equipment. Lively, now, replied, "that the man Isn't numan. ster cried and his sled at once swarmed mer. But this, ta )I
everybody A Job of work comingup This thing would've-stopped most men f
with : not so. The disease :
? he asked Elliott a wor- with men as his horses started toward i Inc / t
I know without a try. But not El- yn.ah. / occurs at all ]
ried frown. 1
camp .and the train at a heavy gallop.
"As soon as ,the hoys, there, stoke Blackmore, whose wind was short, liott seasons of the year; .
elbowed the crowd Three o'clock and the foundation on "',J'I
their own boilers !I" Ben replied lightly. through panting indeed, the cold :
"Sure you can make It?" heavily. the south side of the river was In. CHAPTER VII winter months seem ',' .

"As sure as a man can be." "Good G-d,. Elliott! They've Four, and the jammer was swinging to Increase Its virulence ft

,.J "1 sure hope so, Ben. Guess you scotched you !" logs rapidly into that gap. Five, The cars of veneer logs were ;;;

.,:;; 'know by now that I'm pulling for you Ben gave him a fleeting, scorching and the heads of men working dog- coupled, their air hoses dangling, be- Cases of rabies ,;/
In this scrap. But I've got to hold you glance. gedly on the southern crib were up to cause the Hoot Owl never boasted'air r have decreasedmost '.1
"1 to your contract. To the hour and letter "Scotched, h-1 They've only got i the level of the old ties. brake for its trains. The locomotive encouraginglysince !

., of It. Your friend Brandon has me good and mad !" Daybreak found them throwing the panted asthmatically and leaking Pasteur the
J wired into the house, it seems, offering And now began a scene the like of last load of logs into. place and the steam trailed off Into the forest. Mc- I -5 I great French 'scientist

any quantity of veneer stuff up to which had never been recorded in the pallid light of the early day revealed Iver, the engineer, stood beside his cab, developed his vaccination treat- ;

seventy thousand at ten dollars less Tincup country. Elliott's face drawn and gaunt and wiping his hands slowly on a ball of ment against rabies In 1S84-a treatment

I. than your contract calls for. Here's Men were there in numbers where colorless ; his eyes burned brightly, waste and his fireman hung, out the that since has been used throughout j
huge bonfires, constantly tended that strangely'dark.. gangway as Ben came running up.
,t a wire, -shaking a telegram"ordering the 'world, and Is known everywhere '
me to hold you to your agreement the light should be steady, flared on "His only chance Is that the local'll "You'll have to take 'em all as the "Pasteur'treatment"" But

i 1'; and if you're late or short on scale the banks of the Hoot Owl. Sawyers, be late," Blackmore moaned to Able. over at once," Elliott: panted. 'Local'll there are still too many cases of

:u to have Brandon load tomorrow. It's cant-hook men, teamsters, toiled to Six o'clock, and broad'axes shapedthe be there In fifteen minutes rabies. In the months of December, i

out of my hands, you see." reduce the wreckage of the trestle, logs on which ties would rest, and If they're not at the siding In time for January and February of this winter

i Ben's mouth tightened. snaking It out of the way, working up from the siding came a team at a the local, we lose You've got to run 1.057 persons were reported bitten by

"Well. It happens, we've ducked hastily, noisily, excitement evident In trot, and behind It another. These for It, Mac, and pick up enough speed dogs In Chicago alone. Of these, '28

from under our genial friend Brandon their movements and shouts. Otherscut were men from Tincup who had heardof going down to carry you over." dogs tested for rabies showed evi-

I again. Yeah. We'll whip-saw Mr. Nick brush until the sloping river banks the work going on. They left their Mclver rolled the waste and eyed dences -of Infection. ,!
j .6It Brandon !" showed bare and dark. sleighs and looked at the emergency his employer. Then he shook his head
In cities the is from .1'
Blackmore grinned and unbuttoned Back In the woods oil flares burnedas trestle and then stared at one another slowly. greatest danger

.)I -. his coat. He chuckled. He was glad. the steam loader puffed and snorted and shook their heads In amazement. "Tough luck for you !" he said. "But, stray dogs; in the country districts the
is from home
bites of
i' j .-"' He was on Ben's side for certain, and and rattled, swung its boom, lifted Things like that Just didn't happen, with that rotten steel on a cold mornln' danger the dogs ;
that have been infected
' :;:; as he lit his pipe and commenced to talk, logs from their banks, tossed them they seemed to be thinking. and no telling what that trestle'lldo may by stray ;

I ; with an easing in his manner, a tri- through the air and dropped them Into Then came a battered cutter, with when weight hits it ." He dogs roaming .the neighborhood. I'

i umphant sort of peace descended on place on a flat car. Once loaded, the old Tim Jeffers driving alone, to see shook his. head again and looked El- The infection in rabies Is carried In

' :'j the shanty. car of logs' and the jammer were trun- what was to be seen. liott in the eye. "I got kids," he said the saliva of the animal or person who ,

;'; But even as they visited, a slender dled down the mile of track to the "Heard the shots In town last night," simply. "So's the fireman." has It. That was established as earlyas

figure, moving through the darkness stream. Slow and slower the car he told Able. "Come mornln I drove Some of the Irate glare which had 1813. It Is a wound Infection. One :

''I ( with a slight limp, followed the Hoot moved until ithe boom of the loader this way." been In Ben's face dwindled. He, too, usually gets It through a bite, but 'it

: j Owl steel up the long grade that overhung the' gap where a trestle had The old justice nodded grimly. stared briefly down the track. 'one already has an open wound and

: \ Climbed from the siding. From the been. Then blocks went Into place to "You guessed, then." "Kids, yes," he said softly. "I can't the saliva infected with rabies touches
secure the wheels, Elliott the sig- Tim spit angrily. "The lad was get- it. one develop the disease although -
r crest of this grade the steel pitched gave ask a man with kids to try !It, Mac. may
I ,! sharply northward Into the narrow nal, the boom swung a half circle, tin' too close to his mark to suit some I No hard feeings.! I'll take a shot myself not bitten. Bites on the bare
:; valley of the river where alders and hook men adjusted their tackle to a log folks, !It seems." I ." skin therefore are more dangerousthan

I' willows showed black, now against the on the single car; up It went, around Seven o'clock, and men staggeredup Teams clinked up, then, horses frost bites through the clothing for

i snow on either side of the stream- and out over the river bank and then the embankment bearing a rail.I1p' I covered. Ben surveyed the crowd that then the cloth may soak up the saliva.

On the trestle this figure stood still a down. pressed about the engine and swungup Bites on the head and neck are most

i long Interval, listening' for sounds In Elliott was below there with his to the step. serious, as the virus travels along the

: the cold quiet. Then dropped down cant-hook men. They grabbed the first "I'm going .to take her over myself," nerves to the brain, and these parts of

1 the bank of the stream to where the stick, wrestled it Into place parallel he said. "If I get across that hump, the body are the shortest distance

: crib work of the trestle stood, stoutly with the current and others with with this load pushing me, I'll need a from the brain. I have read stories of

.! footed beneath the muck and water. mauls and stakes, gave it a firm resting brakeman. I'm not going to ask any- children attacked by mad dogs wherean

i For many minutes he was there, grunt- place on the bank. Anotherlog one of you to ride. Maybe we'll pile older person running to the rescue,

ing occasionally, and when he climbed another and still more, up. But If we do get to the top, and unable to get between the dog and
's the bank again he trailed something until a crude foundation for trestle y I can't stop her alone at the milL the child, has managed to throw a

carefully behind. Across the abutment had been made.It Without air, with frost on the steel, coat or other heavy cloth over the

f bridge, now, he went, after more listening was difficult work ; dangerous we'll go Into the pond. There's fifty child's head, so that the dog's teeth
i and down again beneath the work, too, In the bad light. Intense dollars in it for the man who'll ride r have sunk into the cloth. Such'per I
north end of the trestle. More grunt- cold handicapped the men also, but with me !" sons have done the wisest thing pos

: ing ; pa\vlngs In the snow,' hard prod- they worked harder than they ever had They looked hard at him, and then, sible In the emergency.

ding with a short steel bar. And worked on that job. almost .In unison, their faces turned Rabies Is most common In dogs, although

', -..... d up again, trailing something carefully Ben encouraged, he flattered, he ca- down the track. To watch was to know all animals are susceptible.Even .
..: :s once more. joled and he drove those men as they what was In their minds : the dangersof birds may get .It The mortality

J ''''' Next, the man lighted a cigarette, never had been driven before. They'moved that curve, with rusty steel so cold ; rate is practically 100 per cent if the

; shielded the flame of the match In on a run when going from placeto the problematical strength of the tres- person contracts rabies and the Pas-

':" cupped hands and after the tobacco place ; they seemed to try to outdo tle they had built through the night. teur treatment has not been appliedIn

,\ ; was burning applied the fire to a pairof one another when strength became es "Fifty dollars against a time.
; other objects held l tightly between sential. They were> Infected with El broken neck," Ben said and his voice Fortunately the Incubation periodIs

thumb and forefinger. He let liott's fire.Standing. trembled a bit He drew his watch. a long one, from two weeks to eight
; them go and' a pair of greenish sputters on the bank within the "We've got eleven or twelve minutesto weeks, and sometimes even longer, so
circle of firelight Dawn McManus there usually Is time for the Pasteur 1
began crawling across the trestle catch the local.,1'll urge no
seemed to snuggle close to Able treatment to be effective If the treatment i''
and the man was limping swiftly up man. Fifty dollars anda ,
the hill, over the crest, while the,green Armitage, face pallid even under the long chance. Any takers?" ts not delayed too long. For- :
sputters drew,. apart one crossing the ruddy glow of flames. Her eyes fol- He saw Dawn McManus standing merly there were only a few citiesIn 'i

trestle toward Its northernly end the I lowed just one figure; that of Ben behind the group. Her face was white, this country where the Pasteur
Elliott. Commanding, resourceful, a treatment could be given, thus neces-
other moving in the opposite direction dark eyes wide and frightened.No .
I human dynamo b. was. Her Eyes Followed Just One Fig- man moved for a moment. Then, sitating a long, expensive and anxious
Shortly after midnight the supply ure: That of Ben Elliott. trip on the part of an Infected person.
.1 1 It was twenty minutes later. Ben quite simply, without a word Tim
team drove up from camp, th r cook Now, however It Is not necessary to
I Elliott was pulling on his mackinaw, Five minutes later it rang and sang as Jeffers peeled his heavy sheepskin coat,
r preparatory to going out with the first cowered the spike went home, and another, the took a peavey from a, man beside him leave home. Any accredited doctor
, ,,:t three cars of logs, when he stopped last was brought up. and advanced.. ,; can administer the treatment.
generous pieces of steaming steak be- When a dog, frothing at the mouth,
"Never mind the fifty, Elliott. .
suddenly, one arm In Its sleeve, as a
the last
The was bridged, spikes
slices of bread and the cook gap
at other
:- It's neck" Is on the loose snapping dogs!!
jolt shook the my
building dishes
poured coffee from huge pots for the were going In ; the particular job was
there is
children panicIn
and at usually
and causing the door of the oven Ben smiled, then. It seemed as
range done, but tension screwed up and up,
m'en who swarmed around the sleigh.A Mothers out
: to drop open with a bang. None In though he were so weary from effort a community. run
fiddle string Is tightened. .
from the as a
!' the place spoke; they looked at each team came creaking up and strain that he must have cracked snatching their children In ; neighbors
siding its sled laden with steel rails, It was seven-thirty far off a locomotive -
telephone frantically to each other; U
other, faces set In puzzlement Again and cried had he not smiled. He saidno
[, came a heavy jolt, a loud detonation, fish plates, spikes and tracklayingtools. screamed. word. He swung up to the cab as men are at home, they form an emer
"The local !I" Blackmore gasped.
and a pan fell from Its shelf with a the safety valve popped and steam gency committee ; the police are called.It
Back to the decks In the woods went "She's at Dixon. In a half hour, Indeed if someone doesn'tuse
!Is lucky
'Q) crazy clatter. No word, still. Without commenced blowing off.
the locomotive down It again now. H-1. the boy's licked !I"
; came is decidedly
1 \ speaking they leaped for the doorway Ben threw more coal Into the fire a gun. Using a gun
bearing logs. These let half hour A half hour iI whichto
more ; were A ) unless there Is no other waj
and emerged to see the crew spilling:: box, looked at his water gauge, shoved wrong
down to a pile which rose almost to the move six standard cars laden with of stopping the dog. Every effort
lever down into the
.from the men's shanty to look and listen. ( the reverse corner .
"It's dinnymite !" Bird-Eye Blaine track level. When it was three feet a heavy scale of saw logs over that and opened the throttle. The little oldlocomotive should be made to capture the animal

croaked hoarsely as he ran out. "Din- higher nearly half the work would be grade Two trips, Ben Elliott had gave a sharp, an almost alive, for It Is Important to know

nymite fer Where finished. estimated It would take. Two trips startled, bark as valves released their whether the dog Is really mad.
,,: looking earnestly sure Into ,Elliott's Benny b'y face.? Workers staggered through the snow for the leaking old locomotive to power, sending from Its stack a great This Is the proper treatment of thE
"That's for bearing a steel rail. It went Into place; drag them the three s miles to puff of cumulous vapor Into the still dog, according to a bulletin Issued by
swered us to find out. Ben an- fish plates clattered ; wrenches set nuts the siding and puff its way back and morning air. The drivers spun and the Illinois department of public

grimly and they followed him and spikes put the rail secure on ties. trundle the other three over the hill she let go a rapid series of exhaust I health : "The dog should be securely
he with
as ran long strides toward the So when the locomotive leaking and down the slope. It was a half and
direction from which coughs. He shut off; opened again, chained or confined In a safe place
i rome down the track the sound had steam from Its old Joints, lum mile climb from river to summit with and this time the tires found purchase.The provided with his regular food supply
curved, and to where It bered down with its next burden, the a better than four per cent grade. A slack came out, the cars moved during an observation period of two
spanned the dipped river.to the trestle which loader was set out on this length of good locomotive of even small tonnage and, Journals squealing, belching and weeks. The early symptoms of rabies

new track and began the task of fillingin might take them over at once ; but not stuttering, they broke over to the down In a clog are variable. He may be
Minutes later they came up .to him the far side of the ravine, leavinga the old ruin that stood sending its grade. unusually friendly or may develop a

the fastest:; of them, as he stood mo- sluiceway through which the watersof plume of smoke into the morning air TO BE CONTINUED. limp In one leg or his voice may be-

tionless on the bank of the Hoot Owl, the sream gurgled and surged. up the track yonder. And If those logs come !hoarse and he may appear U

looking at {the mass of twisted railroad Blackmore Joined' Able and Dawn on were not put down for the train even Week-Long Halloween have a bone or other foreign object
steel and of ties that dangled from the the bank where the firelight struck now screaming its way toward the siding There Is a week-Jong) Halloween lodged in his throat. It Is dangerouseven

swinging rails In ragged fringe; ; at topaz lights from the snow. The old Ben Elliott was beaten. among the descendants of America's to attempt the examination ol

the scattered remnants of crib work, most civilized pre-historic Inhabitants, sucH an animal, and he should be observed
at the piling standing splintered and the present-day Mayas of Yucatan. A veterinarian.
by a
awry and useless In the stream bed. THE STORY FROM THE BEGINNING 'curious mixture of European folk lore

Hen Elliott's bridge was gone. Ills Introduced by the Spaniards and the A person bitten by a dog should go
I tt way to the siding with his vooeer logs, i Ben Elliott-from "Yonder": -arrives at the lumbering town of Tincup with age-old legendary of their remote an- to a physician immediately. He will
Don Stuart, old, very sick man, whom he has befriended. He defeats Bull Duval, and dress the wound properly,
on the of which clean
delivery hung the fate cestors !Is revealed by Dr. Robert Red-
Nicholas Brandon,
"king of the river, and town bully a log-blrling contest. rabid he
of the operation, was blocked. No time of the Carnegie Institute and if the dog is known to be ,
the town's leading citizen, resents Stuart's presence, trying to force him to leave field, ethnologist -
remained to team them out, there was town and Elliott, resenting the act, knocks him down. Elliott is arrested and of Washington. On October 1 will start the anti-rabic treatment at
no other way to get them out exceptby finds a friend in Judge Able Armitage The judge hires him to run the one lum- and November 1 all the souls of. the once. Home remedies should never be
ber camp, the Hoot Owl, that Brandon has not been able to grab. This belongsto relied
stoel. And his steel broken to the Mayan belief) on.
was Dawn McManus. daughter of Brandon's old partner, who has disappeared witha dead, according
twisted useless. murder charge hanging over his head. Brandon sends Duval to beat up Ben, still strongly held return to earth for It Is estimated that there are 40--
He. turned to face them as they and Ben worsts him In a fist fight and throws him out of camp. Don Stuart dies, an annual visit and depart one week 000,000 dogs in this country. If we
,crowded up, swearing and exclaimingIn leaving a letter for Elliott "to be used when the going becomes too tough." Ben later. On these days food Is set out embarked on a vigorous campaign to
refuses to open the letter, believing he can win the fight by his own efforts. Fire
excitedoices.. breaks out In the mill. Ben leading the Victorious fight against the flames that for them and they are bidden to eat. exterminate the strays, and then would
"You Houston !" he snapped to the threatened to win the fight for Brandon, discovers the fire was started with The festival Is known as "dinner of vaccinate all pet dogs in Infected districts
camp's boss.; "Get those standards off gasoline. Elliott gets an offer of spot cash for logs, that will provide money to the souls." It Is a domestic ritual In we could virtually stamp oul
the malr- tide him over. But a definite time limit \Is set. While trailing a suspicious recalls and
Bird-Eye, start a which each family pro- rabIes
stranger Ben meets Dawn McManus and discovers she Is not a child, as he had
flr hera Tun men-jou three there supposed, but a beautiful young woman. pitiates Its own departed members C Western Newspaper Union.i .



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The News Comfortable cottages for two peo- Road 67 south of town, ran down! tracks ready before the shipment of ,another at Pahokeo and a third at
Clewiston I the long road slope and into the bor-
ple may be obtained from $1.50 to perishable vegetables starts from
the Port of Palm Beach. The com-
ditch which is luckily shallowat
$3.50, which includes everything for row the South Lake section.
Published every Friday in Clewiston, convenience and comfort-g 00 d that point. The car was badly bined plants employ 300 people and

rinrlda; by the CLEWISTON NEWS, beds, shower, electric fans, ice wat- damaged and Cartee was badly
Inc. er and at the higher rate a three bruised about the shoulders. Myers Three canning plants have been are buying all the surplus tomatoes! 11.;.,

room modern cottage with tile bath, escaped without injury. opened this spring in Palm Beach in the section with other products Ito /'

Keathley Bowden, Editor completely furnished house-keeping Only a moment before this wreck county, Fla. One is at Loxahatchee, be canned later.

.- apartment, Simmnns beds, bell boy, occurred a Ford V-8 said to have

Entered February as, second 1, 1927 class, at mail the matter Post- garage.valet and maid service and private been Godfrey owned, of Clewiston but not ,'driven hit a cow by Joe directly ...................."......".............."......................".................................:"............ ...t................".......................................

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under Our route took us through Louis- in the middle of the road

the Act of March 3, 189.7. iana, Texas, New Mexico and Ari- within fifty yards of the same spot. 'il .i"
zona to California. It was plenty hot The car did not turn over and stop- I

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. all the way and made us appreciatethe ped directly in the middle of the i
Advertising rates on application. delightful summer climate of: pavement. The radiator and fendersof iij I

"air-conditioned" Florida, but I the car being badly smashed. So !F CLEWISTON 60LF
Devoted'to and
the advancement
found it difficult to convince folks far as has been learned no one was
welfare of Clewiston and .t.
Hendry along the route that it REALLY is injured in this smashup.On ,

County. COOLER in Florida. Sunday night Eddie Smith

--- -- Crossing the desert country from turned his Chevrolet sedan over on I COURSE i
THE EVERGLADES El Paso through Phoenix and on to Road 25 between LaBelle and Fred

the coast, temperatures most of the Whidden's, station. Eddie was aloneat 'y' ,
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mark the time and was uninjured in
time were over the hundred y
Florida borders a
has within her v
Experienced travelers in this sec- spite of the fact that the car turned ::: i
section which is destined to become 1Ih.- ::
cool- over three times and was badly' dam-
tion remain comfortable in air
the garden spot of the world, a
and drive aged. The car stopped in the dry .. +
veritable land of milk and honey- ed hotels during the day .:. ..
I the hot waste lands at night, or if road ditch.-Moore Haven Democrat :' I .t.
the Everglades.
:s; .t.
they must travel in the day time I .:.
There is now in progress due to 90-POUND RAILS TO REPLACE 60 I
they close their car windows and .I I
;' the allotment of funds by the PWA POUNDERS OX A. C. I.
carry dry ice in their car to keep ; ROAD

; branch program of the work government which will recovery ultimately cool. revealed R. B. Tyre, roadmaster for the Open to the Pllb1icJ i iy :

bring the whole of the Inquiries along the route A. C. L. Railroad while here on busi-

Everglades under cultivation. There the fact that motor travel is heavier ,tnesV5 Wedne/sday/ Informed W. W.

is at present around the greatest this summer than It was last. No Perry, local agent/that work would
wholly inland lake in the United' matter what state we were in, for- y
be., started sometime during the y
thousand of the eign licenses were always in evi- x
States, forty acres the
month of September on laying XI'
richest, deepest black soil in the dence and I was surprised to noteso ;' ,
new tracks to Lake Harbor from .. :
United States, if not te world, un- many Florida cars on the road. Clewiston. A heavier duty ninety-I...' 1.. .
Another thing: I found that your It
cultivation with four million
rail will replace the sixty-: :: : '
pound !
more acres of just as good and pro- Florida tag is as effective as a fra- in I :: ::.: /.. '
pounders now use. .. ,
ternal emblem most everywhere I
: ductive black soil that can be isadfc you I {
" go. Folks wanted to learn about our It is estimated that about thirty- :: I +
available and which will make this : Moderate Green Fees ::
(-. land the largest single garden spot state. At ,every tourist camp some five per cent of the cross-ties will

( In the world. nomad was sure to note our tag and have to be replaced with new ones :j: Exceptional Fairways :
drop over to our cabin for a chat. and it is planned to reballast the en- .
t' The greatest drawback in the
tire stretch. Probably two construction = :':
(: -. post to the ,successful cultivation of Many of these folks had been in Interesting Greens :.:
crews will be sent here to do '
a. ths rrea has been floods, which destroyed Florida'' at one time or another and : '.
the work, about fifty men with two y 1x1
\,', crops, but news comes from without exception they'a11 were foremen. I ::: 't'
; : the PWA headquarters in Washington eager to return. The desire for a .,

7: that the entire southern shore permanent the hearts home of in millions Florida of is people.strongin possible Work in will order be rushed to have as the rapidly heavier as .II....."..............".."...... .................. .........."..".."......".."...... .......... .................: ..........".............."..".............."...-
t:; has been rendered safe from future -
''r'.' flood disasters even under hurri- Stopping for the night at a delightful ---

::, cane conditions. One thousand men camp at Big Springs, Texas: : we '

;; have been at work on this project, found it was being operated by a .
couple who during the boom had invested -
/: and seven great drainage canals
have been cut, reaching from Lake heavily in property south of

i. : Okeechobee to the Gulf and the Atlantic New Smyrna. Despite the fact that will

,r.,: and great government dred- their venture turned out badly and you serve on a jury

L ges, capable of scooping up half aIj they lost a life's saving, they hold

; '" car load of sand at one dip, have no ill will toward Florida and they

Ij.' constructed a great dike around the are anxious to return. They are

; .. southern half of the lake. making good money where they are, WITH
7:'" E. 'R. Root, editor of Gleanings but they'd sell out in a minute and ?

'\" 'in Bee Culture, who recently visited move to Florida if the opportunity

g' the Everglades, says of the wonder- presented itself.I .

.tr:;: I ful fertility of the section: "When found on this trip that Florida

...,:', I was at the southern end of. the has no patent on this "cows on the ?Put Gulf "on trial" :

:::;., lake I could see under cultivation highway" proposition. We encount- Tried Gulf gas lately? If not, f t .

J : row after row of, peas, beans, celery, ered them in great numbers along you've a big surprise coming.

sugar cane and other garden truck, the entire route, but in states west .
Put it"on trial" in your car for F >r?? reaching clear out to the horizon in of the Mississippi Road Department m .1.1I..
the next 3 weeks. Then see if youdon't /
all directions. I heard of one man signs at frequent intervals cautionthe rr (
agree with this fair member -
who paid $15,000 for seventeen traveler to "Look out for Cattleon "
of the Gulf r
f f
acres of this land, and many instances the Highway." While speed

where the land was selling for limits posted along most of the 750 "Jurors" \'

$1,OOO an acre. I also heard stories route say "45 miles an hour" traffic
750 car served rs < 7
recently }
; ; of how this same land would pro- outside communities moves: much
jurors in "trial" of That ti f '
as a '
duce in one season a thousand dol- faster from 60 to 70 miles and this : 4 :
lars worth of crop per acie. I also speed is accepted as normal and safe Good Gulf Gasoline. '

heard how alfalfa was' being sown in most instances.In They drove it for 3 weeks- +

by the hundreds of acresof; corn many' western cities we noted compared it with their regular

and fat cattle; of one man who had that school children are protected brands on ((1) mileage (2) starting

; a thousand' colonies of bees. I saw from motor traffic with foot bridges (3)) pick=u ((4) power (5)

.>; '. fine fields of fat cattle everywhere. built over the highway or,an under- all-around performance. w : :
:' I have covered every state in the pass which permits pedestrians fto ( n:

<4: union: and during the last fifty' cross in safety. Verdict-Gulf! YY

years, and have minutely studied almost Here in California instead of stop- At the end of the trial 7 out of

!;_ 'every locality of the United ping motorists at every crossing, the 10 voted for Gulf on one or more of + U 4 :L.': + :> t;: +

r ag'a' '. '' States. I know of no place in the law requires that motorists stop the five..counts-many on 'all five. } r?> 4.." j, '}
whole country that has the future of only when a 'pedestrian is in the
the Everglades." Why Because Gulf is 5 good :
crossing lane. The rule is '
I',,"' en- gasolines in one. Controlled'refining >Y'.;. ';:.} ;w,
The $17,000,000 appropriated for forced just as is the law requiring a ,
.: the Okeechobee control project is stop for school busses in our state. gives it not merely 2 or 3 : }:;.< < ::>,:. .}:

being wisely and judiciously spent Neat signs at each important cross- ideal gas qualities-but all Jive.

? \ by the PWA and the great benefit ing caution the motorist to "Stop Try Gulf 3 weeks.We'll bet it's r a

.: that \vilj' accrue to Florida from this if pedestrian is in crossing lane." your regular gas from then on!

: source in the coming years wjll be Traffic lights are employed only at _.
t.; a lasting testimonial to the great the busiest crossings and not at ev- GULF REFINING COMPANY ':;': :.: : '

t:, service the New Deal rendered in ery cow path and country cross roadas

i,'' promoting the prosperity of the in Florida. Hundreds of streets X. What hint on how p '

( state.-Mount Dora Topic. and highways carrying many times to start can cut your :::
the traffic of the most traveled Flor-
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gas bills? You'll find +:
ida roads are guarded with only the ; :, .a'
the answer in this Gulf \ N'S%sss. \, -V

pedestrian crossing rule, permitting Booklet, plus 14 other ': :... .
1 traffic to move with greater dispatch r ,.
valuable'economy : :::h:; :
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY and at such points accidents
hints.Free-at the ;; .,
Sign '
occur less ; ; :N : ;
:: frequently than is the
.. :: case where expensive traffic signals of the Orange Disc. .
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: are used in our state.
: :.: I've planned to visit
y the California -

: r t rsr BY' Pacific International Expositionnext THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE
:: week and will have somethingto
y: RUSSELL KAY ?=: tell you about that later.

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Pasadena, Gal.-A motor trip Trio of AccidentsThree : .:":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":..:":..:..:":..:":..:..:..:":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":..:..:..:.::..:":..:..:..: :":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":..:..:..:..:":..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

from coast to coast to-day is no- : :

thing liko it used to be a few years _:: You will find the y

ago, ard: if you ask me it looks: as auto accidents, two of them new Gulf-Lube Oil and all other ::;:

if America had gone Gypsy this sum- within fifty yards of each other and :. i

mer. only a few minutes apart, did con- l Ji

the Being PERA unsuccessful in convincing siderable damage to cars but no se- ..... '. .: GOOD GULF PRODUCTS At .
that the .:: Ji
government rious :
injury to "
occupants over the .i.
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ought to provide' me with vacation week-end. '- : ; .t.

money, I had to fall back on the On Saturday night, a Model A'

two dollars I've saved since the depression Ford coupe driven by S. W. Myers, .= Sugarland Service Station I:
consequently have followed relief agent at the A. C. L. station :.. .
the nomads who frequent during the absence of R. B. .it :
S McIlroy, :_: Glenn Ethertoii
"tourist :
camps" and lunch rooms and with whom Wade Cartee, clerk : Prop. :;:
and it Is surprising how economical- in the Moore Haven ;: I ..
Pharmacy, was :

ly one can travel in this manner. : riding crashed "into a, cow on State I .::-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:": :..:...:..: :-. :..:..:":-: :..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..: : :..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":..:..:":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":.:":..:..:-:":":..:..:.:.:::.

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.:N:NNNNMNN:NN:NN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:' Mrs Gus McGehee and daughter, Miss Lillian Burke, Miss Bernice I[Hough Seneff in Ft. Myers Monday L. B. MershonAGENT

:? :=:: Rhunelle, are spending a two weeks Infinger, Woodrow Parsons, Paul I and Tuesday. During her stay Mrs.

Y :: Personal MentionF. :: vacation in Miami and West Palm Waters, Dick Hooks, Julius Moon [l Case attended several bridge parties. .

b .'. . . Beach. Ernest Hall, David Parsons,. Wallace Mrs. Ruby Duvall had as her
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. . . .::.;.: . . Aikens, Phanon O'Bannon ,and Har- guests last week at her home In Ft. New York Life ..

Deane Duff business visitor I ry Anderson. Denaud, her sister, Mrs. Anne Tut-
A. fA. Munroe returnee at
( ,,; in Miami Saturday. noon from vacation visit of two Eloise Turner has returned to her tle and daughter who 'live in Ft. Insurance CompanyARCADIA

I weeks in Miami Beach. Mrs. Munroe home in LaBelle after a visit in Myers.
and Mrs. H. Collins visited Sanford with relatives. Mrs. Tom Hull and children Paul- FLORIDA
Mr. R.
and Mrs.\ C. E. Nail, who were with .
/ ine and Lynn, and Mrs. H. A. Rider
in Miami Saturday and Sunday. him there will return home Sunday.Joe Mis. Ralph Hendry and > son,
and son, Bill, returned
Ralph, Jr., Miss Julia Hendry Wand Sunday to GUS' BATH !
I : their homes in LaBelle after spend-
Miss Mary Moore spent last week- Mrs. C., E. Weaver and son and ""
Johnson was called to Pensa- ing a week pleasantly at Ft: Myers'
end with relatives in Venice. daughter, Billy and Nellie, shoppedin I Palm
cola Sunday by the serious conditionof Ft. Myers Friday. Beach enjoying the surf, where they Beach i

his brother-in-law, Frank Jarrett had a cottage rented.
Avant is spendingthis Miss Lillian Burke and Miss Betty; Lockers: and Suits for rent t
Miss Marcia
Mr. and
( county engineer of Escambia coun- Mrs. Grover Hackney of
Hooks motored to Ft. Myers Wed- Cottages and Furnished Rooms for
week on vacation in Miami, Ft.
ty, who was injured when hiscar Myers visited Mrs. Hackner"s'larentp
nesday where they visited with MissHooks' Weekend: Parties.
hit a mule on the highway a few Mr and Mrs. Homer G.
mother, 11rs.V.. W. Hooks
Lieut. "Richardson Selee was a miles north of Pensacola.The Hand, at their home in North La- Welcome to OUOcean.. 'Phone 9313
in Jacksonville who is in the Lee Memorial Hospital.
business Belle Sunday i
Elmer Anderson, who is workingin
Monday. The new Methodist I
following out of town visitors Moore Haven, visited his mother, pastor, Rev.
--- C. W. Alford and Mrs. Alford J.. M COUSE
were registered ,at the Clewiston In'11this Mrs. Ida Anderson, over the weekend are ,

Mi-nisp week J. H. Drewy, P.. ,J. Kav- to entertain the members of
[ the Young People's Division Counselor and Attorney it I J.:l\v
Chas. S. Adams and C. Nel- Miss Elizabeth of the
anaugh from
and Mrs F. M. Wright and family. Perry Ft. My- Methodist Church at'the Hopkins Building
son of Jacksonville, ,Fred V. Bailey, ers is visiting her brother Gordon parsonage
Friday and
l night.J. Wednesdajs Saturday
W. E. Clark and Jack Saul of Atlanta Perry, and Mrs.
Miss of LaBelle, vis- Perry, at their homein
Alma Crews
M. Cowart, a salesman 9:30: to 4:00
of the
C. W. Clark, of Tampa, M. S. LaBelle.
Mrs. E. G. Mills and
ited her sister,
Bigger and Bigger
this week. Stroud, of Daytona Beach, P. G. Mc- Mrs. H. H. McCall and Mrs. Julian stores in Ft. My- --.-.--------- ..
Mr. Mills ers, made a call on Wade
-- Cranie, G.. W. Wright, H. M. Hutson, I Dickson visited with Mrs. H. L. ,De- Hamptonat
his home in LaBelle
Mrs. W. W. Perry and son, Billy; and Beck Thomas of West Palm laney at Ft. Myers Beach Thursday.Earl night. Thursday A. J. LITTLE

visited several days last week in j I Beach, Chester A. Smith, Miami, and Dyess of Pahokee stopped in i
Mrs. Homer G. Hand of North La-
Venice. W. P. Franklin of Fort Myers. LaBelle Wednesday on his way to Belle ,motbred to Ft. Myers Sundayto OsteopathBy
Tampa to visit with Mr. and Mrs. O.
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take her grandchildren Gertr'udeand
:MRS.: HARVEY Willsee. Appointment
Dan Allen and Vincent Adrian 'Fatic, who have been i
HONORED WITH SHOWER Mrs.. E. E. Edwards and Mrs. M.
are deep sea fishing in Miami this I visiting her, to the train where they LAKE HARBOR, FLORIDA
J. Bush shopped in Ft. Myers Mon
week.B. will return to their home in Brooks-
Mrs. Harvey Guthrie was honor day., 'ville.. .

E. Herring left Wednesday for guest at a shower given by Mrs. G. Roy Lewis visited in Palm Beach Miss Anna Lee Hisler visited her
he will attend E. Etherton at her home last Wednesday ; last Thursday. ,
Gainesville sister Miss Clifford Hisler, who is
summer school at the University. afternoon. Mrs. Roberts and daughter, Mil- ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
working at McClaim's restaurant in
Several interesting contests were dred, and Mrs. Dyess Roberts from I REQUEST j
Ft. Myers over last week-end.
Allen held and the following ladies were Immokalee visited with Mrs. Ralph-
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. spent
Spencer Aiken and Steve Thomas 1
Sunday in Pahokee as guests of Mr. awarded, prizes as winners: Mrs. A. Hendry Wednesday on their way to 1{I'motored to Brooksville C.: E. STEBEL

: Mrs W. Lawrence, Mrs. F._ R. Maxwell, Ft. ,Myers. I Sunday
and Paul Blair and family. I
where they visited with Mr. Aiken's
I Mrs. Urey Waldron and Miss Lily Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Howard and Electrical Contracting
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
j Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Digges and 11erl"ynn'. Mrs. Guthrie received son of Belle Glade visited with relatives -I They returned Monday George accompanied Aiken. PHONE 2121 1
: many beautiful and useful gifts. in LaBelle Saturday.Mrs. .
and Bill
children Josephine spent
: Sunday in West Palm Beach. Those present were Mrs. A. W. H. 1... Delaney and son, H. L., I will by Mr.visit Aiken's in LaBelle.: brother, Harry, who PAHOKEE, FLORIDA ;

i" I Lawrence, Mrs" A. W. Sias, Mrs F. Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Delaneyare I
Harold Jones of Hough Chevrolet
Mrs. Fred Flanders and daughter, I I R. Maxwell, Mrs. Urey Waldron, spending this week at Ft. Myers Agent for
I Company of Fort Myers in La-
Mrs. Herman Horn Mrs. Beach GENERAL' ELECTRIC'
Phyllis,' of Moore Haven, visited Belle Monday.
friends here Wednesday Prevatt, Miss Roberta George, Miss Mavis O'Bannon Edward Bronson, REFRIGERATORSRANGESAND I
I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette and
Lily 1IerleVynn, Miss; Marcia and A. R. Barefoot fished at Lake +
daughters, Evelyn Sue and Edith APPLIANCES I
Avant Miss Ulla Jacobsen and the Trafford near Immokalee Sunday. '
Mrs. H. T., Frierson, of Moore Ha- Nell and Mrs; Cornette's father H.
afternoon here guest of honor, Mrs. Guthrie. Mr., and Mrs.. Julian, Lickson and ,
ven spent Wednesday
D. Ezell motored to Tampa Sunday i
small son made a business trip to
with Mrs. W. F. Simpson.
l where they visited with Mrs. H. D. _
JOHN POOLE ENTERTAINS Ft. Mycf-s Monday. = L :
-- Ezell and Mr. and Mrs. Roy i
WITH F4RTHDAY PARTY :Misses Dorothy, Ruth, and Edna Nan-I
I Mrs. F. R. Maxwell is spending
: nie. Mr.; and Mrs. Cornette : You Wreck 'Em !
Lloyd attended Janet Gaynor in
this week in Miami visiting Mr.
daughters returned to their home in I I
John Poole entertained a numberof "One More Spring" at the theatrein ;
i Maxwell. LaBelle Monday. We Fix 'Em ;
I friends Saturday afternoon at the Clewiston Monday night.H. i
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Mrs. Grady TV Echols is leaving home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Ezell visited his soninlawand i'

: Saturday' for a visit with relatives Grover C. Poole, on the government daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. .. PAINTING BODY AND

I in Georgia. reservation, the occasion being his Cornette and family the latter partof FENDERVORI{

tenth birthday. An honor guest at last week. He returned to Tampa :!: New and Used :: TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY \

Mr. and Mrs. Grace Levy, of Tam- the party was Rev. Robert F. Pax- Sunday where he joined his wife. l lI

ton, .Jr., whose birthday was, on the After a short visit in Tampa I
business visitors in Clew-
pa, were I:;: FURNITUREBELLE :: Done by An Expert
t iston this week. same date. and Mrs. Ezell will return to their
f .. 11 The party lasted from four to six home in Kentucky.Miss y Courteous Service
'I i : .' Miss Eris Hood returned to her in I the afternoon and the children Wynell Bozeman of Sebringis :!, Work Guaranteed.

i ; home in Daytona Beach Friday after enjoyed a number of contests and visiting her uncle. Alva Burke and GLADE i Prices Reasonable.

.l .. a visit with LaDeen Peters. games before the delicious refreshment family' at North LaBelle. .t. ..

( ," .1; course wag served. Among the Mrs. Wade Hampton and daughters :!: FURNITURE COMPANY PIONEERService

'; ,6." 'Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich left most interesting was pinning on the Marie and Billy, and Mrs. ,,

1 Friday for a three 'day stay in Mi 'I donkey tail, with Alice Cowart winning Charlie Yoemans shipped in Ft. My 2 Belle Glade Florida !, Station
: :' ami. in the girls'group and Billy ers Tuesday. While in Ft. Myers :: :!:
.' Redelsheimer for the boys, and the they visited with' Miss Doris Foster ?::: Next Door To Theatre .'
hunt with Alfred Southard at her home Riverside I Wrecker Service at All Hours
I Mrs.! E. L. Stewart returned Wednesday peanut on Drive.Mrs. I I Irfn

; ; from a vacation with rela- high, and Billy Perry, low. Fred Case visited with Mrs I .. .. .. .. .. .. E P 1
Those enjoying the party were "
:'_ tives in Macon; Georgia.Mr. .
"\ James Southard, Alfred Southard,
J and Mrs. F. J., Nebiker and Anne Pafford, Josephine Digges, Bill

f ') son, Bobbie, and Mrs. w; M. Brad- Digges, Alice Cowart, Elizabeth :: : :i:

, t;: s nack spent Saturday afternoon in Wynn, Bruce Beardsley, Sonny Boy Ti 0 RSAILEi .Ih........ .. .t.
Vaughn, Bobbie Nebiker, Billy Per-
, :; Fort Myers. :: :!:

; ry,' Billy Redelsheimer, Dickey Owen .t. .S- .. ... I

\k t ; Ropaco Mrs. W.at C.Alva Owen Saturday.visited Camp Billy McDonald, Caroline, of McDonald Belle Glade and, Ladeen Sonny ::: :i:: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :._: :_: '.';

I I Peters and Eris .. .. .t. .:. !
Owen who has been in camp there .t. ... .t. J'

, t I' ,,\ for a week returned home with her. 1 1t NEWSThe .'t';. .::' .:;:..x.::.: .,:'il':I :

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C. E. Renfroe and Miss Martha
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Belle Renfroe- of Abbeville, Ga., .i. .:.. .:. .:. !
visited Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Crouch Young People's Division of ::: ::: :!: :i:

: last week. the Methodist Church is to xt: .iY1 xt

-- hold a food sale in the Post Office .. .:. .;. :t:.

Dr. and Mrs. B. .t'\.. Bourne and}I Arcade Saturday. The proceeds will X xfx

three children spent Saturday afternoon ;- be added to the fund for sending + fX

I'a J' and Sunday at Palm Beach delegates to the training camp at ':' : ..' ..

J 4 where they visited with friends. Crystal Beach in August. yy y y

Miss Inez Magill and Mrs., Mae .;. .y.' .. .t.
Mrs. M. L. Arnold of Tampa is Magill motored to Ft. Myers Wednesday f ? f

spending several days here this night where they visited ;.t' y.t. ':.. .:.
: week with her Mr. and Mrs. I I with Mrs. Edgar Carlton.
parents, :: ::: :i: :i:
Fred Henricksen. The Junior Bible Class held its .;. .i. : .:. .t.

monthly meeting at the home of '.' 't. N ..t.. .:.
. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle Miss Irene Miss Margaret XValdron Wednesday .' .t. k ... '
'i' dY ;
' .t. v
"" I Ezelle, Mrs J. A. Rumbley, Mrs. I. afternoon. During the meeting plans .t'.. 'z'.t... ...!
I'I''I M. Pafford and Mrs. W. F. Simpson were made for a picnic to be held .:, .:. : .t.5

I, spent Monday in Miami. next week. Refreshments of punch 1 k ,Y ____ //-5

:I i and cookies was served by the host- ,.. .!' : I .i'I; ...

, Miss Irene Ezelle left Wednesday: i iI ess. The members present were: .!. .i' : 4 .;!.

I 'I for her home' in Graceville after 'a: Florence Hall Colleen Alford, Mildred 'yX.' t .z. ..

'I visit with her brother, Dr. J. W. Hill, Pauline Hull, and Nellie y :
: F :
\: Ezelle and Mrs. Ezelle. Weaver xfx

I,:I Sam Stalls of 'Fort Myers was in tX

Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence returned LaBelle Thursday morning. '.. t 't. .t.

Sunday from a bridal tour of Mrs E. E. Edwards and Mrs. M. ::
II .. .. ,
I northern states and a visit at Mr.Durrence's J. Bush spent Tuesday at Edward's .:. .. \ .t..t. "
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I'' home in Glennville, farm at luimokalee. ; ; wt .: :

) Georgia. Miss Dorothy Dixon, Jack Lewis I y

and J. W. Hampton motored to fv' tt

I 4f/( Mrs. Paul Irons and daughter, Clewiston Friday night where they :: =:: :t: :i:

4_' \ Betty, visited with .Mr. Irons_ last attended the show at the Dixie Crys- :;: :_: Pay The Balance I Like Rent :!:

week-end. They stopped at the Clew- tal Theatre. ... .t. I ... ...

Iston Inn. Mr. Irons is located now' An impromptu party was givenat .... ::: WE;HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES ::: +.;.

at Port Mayaca. the home of Mr. and ,Mrs Grover :;: :";: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :_:: :;: ;
Hill Tuesday night. During the evening -

Mrs. Z. H. Shelley, of Cuthbert, card games and table tennis .

j, Ga., who has been visiting her sons, was played. Ice cream was made and UClewiston Home Building Association H
Emmett and T. B. Shelley here returned served to the guests with cookies. : :: =:

j to her home this week.' Em- Those present were: Miss Dorothy ... .. .. ..
"I mett Shelley accompanied her for Clark, Misses Dorothy, Mildred and ;;; .::. PHONE 102 -:- .:.

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II 1 Miss Phil-Not very. But 1 like
them a lot better than I do half baked The Lot weather brings us to the

beans I've seen on some persons I problem every woman of generous
know. proportions must cope with-how to
Western Newspaper Cnlott- keep cool and fresh looking on those

New Clerk Wanted wilting days? Well-Looking Cool

I Mrs. Jones stepped quietly Into the goes a long way, and pattern 2319; ,

THE FEATHERHEADS .*m S*=U. Tramp Trade outer oflice. with its loose, easy cape sleeve, soft

_-_ "I wish to spp:!k to the proprietor." treated waistline gives you a, mighty
cool outlook on life. And flat-
she very
I Hi 'fH SE'S A MAN 'JJSL.L-/ S5A'I[ CH/EF/ HAVE I The said.cheeky junior clerk"smiled at tering, too, are the graceful folds of

CoMu G- up TO THE MA?'4 ? '(ors GoT AN OI.Djs. her. the cape that does wonders to equalize -
I ooR- LOOKS LIKE A lo'5t proportions. The darts over the
v COAT ? certainly, madam. he said -
r Co To r-- "The bust and at the waistline cleverly
6EG&A (ou boss is always glad to meet
contrive to avoid a too-fitted look at
THF 'OOR FELICrs r-- pretty girls like you.
She grimaced."Oh the strategical points. Pick a sum-

is he?" mery printed voile or other sheer.
i I she replied "Then tell
N r Pattern 2319: is available In sizes
him his wife Is here and wishes to
: see him."-Stray Stories Magazine. 16, IS, 20, 34, 30, 38, 40, 42, 44 and
( 46. Size 36 takes 3% yards 39 Inch

fabric. Illustrated step-by-step sew-
\, ; Step Back, Please, ing instructions Included. I,

;,) "I tell you that I won't have this Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) in .1....

room," protested the old lady to the coins or stamps (coins preferred)

bell-boy, who was conducting ,her "I for this pattern. Write plainly name,
ain't going to pay my good money for address and style number. BE SURE .
a pig-sty with a measly little foldin' TO STATE SIZE.

bed in It. If you think that jest be- Address orders to Sewing Circle

cause I'm from the country-" Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth -

1r Profoundly disgusted the boy cut street, New York.
li her short. "Get in, mum, get In. This

ain't your room, this Is the elevator."

\ "You say he's had a checkered
-THIS l S T-- L CARE FOR ITS VJELU-I'LL '(ELL YOU- Conclusion career?"
So E'ADAFTER ALL-- SWAP YoJ PAir> "Why do you not bring your Inves-
MOT \ I'LL A "Yes, he's been following the cross-
tigations to a conclusion?
ARC YoJ S1otk'EP ( t word puzzles ever since they came
guESS I'LL MAKE fQR THAT SCARF oLJ Ra "The trouble with an Investigation,"
i tiP ON SHOES- 1 out in .this paper." .
tT PO wEARING said Senator Sorghum, "Is that it
MORE seems to work upside down. I have
? always formed my own conclusion be-
"It's best to be agreeable," saii
fore I IL Then it
? 2 start usually provesto
? have no finish whatever." Uncle Eben. "De boy dat bringsde
teacher. a red apple may not be
ri so quick in his lessons but he hab
natural sense.
you find any romance In poli-
\ tics?" Chances

"A great deal," answered Miss Cay-
"I see my favorite movie actressIs
enne. "In politics, as in lovemaking,
I going to marry a magician." ).
I a whispered word may mean far more '
than a public declamation." "Wise girl It will take a marf-: f} )l
I clan to get along with her." {

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Elegant Asperities I NOT APROPOS Why He Wa Late ..A

"So you think that a college education "Sambo, you're very late this morning -

; leaves a girl better equipped for Any reason?" -....
'domestic life?" p 6 "Well, sah It was like dis. When

"Yes," replied Miss Cayenne. "Whena Ah looked into de glass dis morning

woman loses her temper, It must be I couldn't see myself there, so Ah
some comfort to her husband for her ''
thought Ah must hab gone to 'work.It .
to express herself grammatically and was two hours after dat Ah discovered -
: even classically." de glass had dropped out ob

4 de frame."-Tit-Bits Magazine.
REACHING OUT "You mue: be careful to have your
remarks appropriate." said the confidential -

friend. CHISELERS.I "They say Brown's wife fairly wor- '
.\ "Don't ships him."
say that answered Senator
> o Sorghum. "My constituents are so "I guess that's so. 1 went out there 0 4
//I' p co tired of taxes that every; time they I unexpectedly the other day and no-

r hear the word 'appropriate' they get ticed she served up a burnt offering."

irritable." I Shattered Faith

r: He Had Found Out "Always keep your faith In human ia- T
r- nature."
Lady-You would stand more chance
,,- of getting a Job if you would shave "I_ try to," answered Farmer Corn- Ny,
and make tossel.! "But what's a man to'do after
yourself more presentable.
( he has been serving a couple of weekson
Tramp-Yes, lady. I found that out
.t.,.,. 4 years ago.-Pearson's Weekly the grand Jury?"
f:'.. WifeUncle Tom Is going to visit The Engagement Ring Ex, Meaning Out

us this fall so he writes. "Have you seen the engagement ring Customer-Do you sell many thin "Whut youall doin' now, big boy?"
frubby-Good. Now we can write Jack gave me?" watches? "Ah Is a exporter."

and ,ask him for an invitation to spend "Yes; pretty Isn't It? 1 was sorryIt Jeweler-Yes, people are living largely "A exporter? Whut's dat?"

my uad vacation the on his farm with you was'too large for me'I"-Tit-Bits In small apartments now you know, Ah wuz a pullman porter but Ah's

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LaGuardia's G-Men Western Newspaper Union. took a piece of this dry Ice and put there is an Inevitable transfer In '

it against the bell of his bicycle, the government, industry and the pro SEND for 2 genuine High Power
She Took It
_. Seriously Mantles. Use them
bell would give rattling ring. From fessions of those who are preparedto on your
Pretty Bluebirds gasoline pressure lamp or lantern. Let
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War is not coming : it Is here. It carbon dioxide produces notes when the graduates of these dark last longer, give more light. Lowest

I mayor may; not be a war "setting the AMOS ever It touches): metal and, as a result i years must come the rulers of the cost to use. Just the right size, shape

world on fire." Italy a new method has. been found country. It seems Impossible Just I and weave for longer and better light-

had an unpleasant LESSON TEXT-Amos 7:7-17. for helping musical instrument makers now, but this Is what has always ing service.

experience in Abyssinia GOLDEN down TEXT-But and let Judgment to attain perfect tuning. happened.-Boston Sunday Globe. II Coleman Mantles are always rem; cua1'-
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:.. in the last a mighty stream.-'Amos 6:24. A Durban metal worker was asked mend them. The name"Coleman"stamped
i century and wishesto PRIMARY TOPIC-A Hero Preacher. by a friend to nickel a candlestick. on the mantle protects yon against substi
tutes. Send 10 In
/ stamps or coin to cover
repair that. It JUNIOR TOPIC-When God Neededa Though this was against the rules postage and handling. You'll get your two
Hero. sample Coleman mantles promptly. Send
also wishes to keep of the firm he consented. The
I u Japan from gathering -Standing for the Right. l process was to' plunge the article
In Abyssinia s a number of times Into an electric
i IC-God's Plumb Line, and Our Social a otaS Factory 8 Borne Office,WICHITA,KANS.,Dept.WUS I
ll ei trade and controlling Order. hath, a slow and costly process, but .
I I f Abyssinia. .as an experiment this man tried a.

Britain can under- Amos was a herdsman called of special metal finish. The result was '

stand bow Italy God to be a prophet A prophet 'f Is 'so good and so rapid that he took I' BILIOUSNESSWHEN

feels since Britain one who speaks forth the ,: SICK HEADACHESIndicate
message 'of the idea to his employers and the resultant -

found it really nec- God. He convicts the people of their saving in the factory is $150- Acid

essary to gather In sins, pleads for them to get right with 000 a year. p ConditionChew

Arthur nrUbthroughout Transvaal and God. The only effective way to cor- Tar paving was discovered by a one or more Milnesia

other vast areas rect wrong social usage is to bring the boy who was sent for two gallons of kidneys function badly and Wafers and obtain relief

'.': the world.the. people into right relationship" with tar to dress a roof and on his way suffer backache, dizziness,

',. ,, God. back upset the tar in the road. La- burning, scanty or too frequent urination You can obtain a full size 2 Oc package

: Italy used to send 500,000 immigrants I. The Call of Amos (1.1) ter It was found that the stones were getting up at night, swollen feet of Milnesia, Wafers containing twelve

a year to the United States. He was a herdsman and gatherer of firmly bound together, and so came and ankles feel upset and'miserable full adult doses by furnishing us with

w Now they 'are shut out. They must go sycamore fruit ((7:14). He was not a use Doan's Pills.Doan's the name of your local druggist if he
especially for poorly does not happen to Milnesia
somewhere. prophet by succession are carry;
They would considerably neither he
Wafers in stock
working kidneys. Millions of boxesare by enclosing lOc in
improve Abyssinia if they went there. trained in the prophetic schools.II. coin
used every year. They are recom- or postage stamps. Address
l ci. To Whom Amos Was Sent (1:1). MOSQUDTOESinject mended by users the country over. SELECT PRODUCTS, INC.,

4 Mayors of others cities will watch Though he was from Judah, his ministry Poison Ask your neighbor! 4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N. Y.

J f I New York's Mayor' LaGuardia fighting I If was to be primarily to- Israel. My Name it..___.__.____.___.__._._____
I' racketeering and crime in general. BeI' III. Amosr Message. Mosquitoes live on human blood. Street
t sides training his own police force to 1. Sins denounced ((2:6-S ; 6:1-G. Before she can draw blood

';>,i.", :" shoot straight and "to kill" Mayor LaI a. Avaricious greed (2:6-S). however the: mosquito your must first, Town&State______________...______..._

:i I !' Guardia will get some government ((1) Sold the righteous for silver (v. thin Thus bly Druggist's Name ;s__...___...__....__
: it by injecting a poison.
'G-men," if possible, from Washing 6). The judge, for a bribe of ,silver, mosquitoes annoy-are dangerous, KILL ALL FLIES SlrutM r ..*_-.______.____.........____ .

r ton, to come and set the example. declared the innocent to be guilty. spread serious disease epidemics. Don't Town&State.0flJy .______________________.___. '.
( If Mayor LaGuardia, who has an (2) Sold the poor for a pair of shoesv. take chances. Kill mosquitoes, flies, Placod anywhere. Daisy Fly
Idler and kills fifes.
,>,:' honest! and energetic police commissioner ( 6). It doubtless referred to the spiders with: FLY-TOX- proved best ,4t Guaranteed, eSective, Nest,

,f ':,.. cleans up crime in New York, practice of selling into slavery the by 10,000 tests. *" p convenient-Cannot son orinlure anything.epalwalnot -
substitutes... demandII' mats alt season. 20c at aldealers.
he will deserve a statue next to that debtor who could not Spay for a pairof Accept no Earold Somers, Inc., i

f r of Hercules, who cleaned the Augean shoes which. he had been sold on 150 Do Ealb Ave.B'klynN.Y. 1

':\ stables and a bigger statue. credit. :
I (3) Pants, after the dust of the earth

.:: Women, before and since Helolse. (v. 7). So avaricious had these men

': '" ,;;:, have taken heart affairs more seriouslythan become that they even grasped after

,""_: 'c:" men. Margaret Jordan, an Irish the earth which the downtrodden poor @ \ in V j

i ",.' ', girl, lonely, fell In love with a Mount cast upon their head in their mourning 4pours one .

I t\, Vernon. N. Y.. policeman because he because of their misery.

'\ 4-:: came from 'her home town. He was (4)) Turned aside the way of the 1
,t,:: married, with eight children, and after meek (v. 7). These grasping rich men th GIVE ME THAT

: he had seen the girl for two years he turned aside the meek, that Is, those BALL QUICK !If

i' '." decided that he must reform and see who did not stand up for their rights. MAD DOG.

> {: her no more. He told her about this ((5) Licentiousness (v. 7). So notorious f 1 \\ -
.'\\fI pious resolution as he sat In his police were the Immoralities practiced //!' ji
'/' car and did not notice that she took that they were even guilty ofIncestuous

';r; his service revolver from the pocket of prostitution. How ade- ,

I ,j Y": the car. quately this pictures the licentiousness 4' G :'I IC

i He learned what had happened next of our present age.

r '1 day when told that the girl had killed b. Reckless, ] security (6:1-3). They Q'V

I \' herself with his revolver. It was embarrassing closed their eyes to the approaching oo t

; 1 ldl for a married policeman judgment (predicted by the prophetc. "

with eight children. Luxury (G:4-6). Their luxury ex-

pressed itself In : r

At Fort George Wright, tiny blue (1) Extravagant furniture.' Theyhad
I. '1: birds built their nest in the' mouth of beds of Ivory, which means, V/

I ''::.' a big cannon and mother bluebird laid doubtless, wood Inlaid with ivory.
'I .,'''1"'"'.. four pretty blue eggs. Our kindhearted ((2) Laziness (v. 4). Many stretched \ MAD DOG "
; .' : heroes at the fort are protecting themselves on their couches, thus liv- ',:, I

.j ,,' : the nesL Sentries do not come too ing lives ,of Indolence. \\\\j::

'j I i:;:'' V near, cats are discouraged and to the ((3)) Feasted on delicacies (v. 4). \

;", i t. orders of the day Maj. George S. Clark They bought what they desired, regardless ir / _ V V

added these kind words, "and keep aa of Its cost GOSH, YOU SURE / 'N GEE _

t eye on those birds.", KNOCKED THAT DOG > DIZZY DEAN
; ? ((4) Adorned their feasts with musicv. f Miik I ;P
"I "'\ ( 5). They sang Idle songs, even Inventing -, COLD I
'_. : In American churches
Sunday, August -
musical '
( Instruments for this
. ; i ::.. IS. will be, a day of prayer for purpose. II I CRICKETS! GOSH, IT

J F peace in Africa and safety for little SURE IS I
'" (5) They drank wine (v. 6). They >'::>;t IT'S DIZZY ,
;,1 Ethiopia, which confronts witn ,'
war "
: drank from bowls indicating excessive .. DEAN1
..' is
powerful' Italy I : drinking.d. 6 : o,.
S :
I '', That Is the % : : f4
,,' < right United States Interference They failed
tu grieve foi Joseph. I Ij
f j ?( <. in reign affairs.: The Many are today Indulging In luxury _
1 >: prayers will reach their '
\ destination
:," entirely indifferent to the crying needs / 115 '
J t"" and the Supreme .
I ....'\. Being to whom they of others. .3.: ;>h.
: : are addressed knows'what is best and
; 2. The remedy proposed (5:4-9).
has power to matters
arrange In Ethiopia
: The prophet called upon them to re I
as he chooses.
\ turn to God. The time to repent Is 1.
'V, To pray : "Lord, possessor of om- \ \
while divine Judgment is s'tayed. [n
niscence and omnipotence, we leave ain ll / I i
their turning to God
they were to re- \
J 1 your hands: is right., nounce: ThhiJ't -//j/ 4 \ 1 1o
To send a million I
young American
a. Idolatry (vv. 5, 6). They were I II
men, and several
thousand million 1, .
to turn away from the places of idol !
American dollars, to meddle In hot Africa atry-Bethel, Gllgal. and Beer-sheba. Ij
would be
wrong. b. Seeking to pervert judgment (v. j
7). Turning judgment to wormwood I
:: The country will welcome PresidentRoosevelt's BELONG. TO THE DIZZY- 1 TO YOU, I'VE PUT GRAPE-NUTS ON I
V Implies the bitterness of the 1
\ statement that the "four perver DEAN WINNERS ..F,. MY ALL-STAR TEAM AS, AN ENERGY- J
sion of Judgment to the injured.c. 1 SLti
thousand million MAKER
dollar works < "
c. Seeking to dethrone righteous. ..1>:
I fund" will actually be invested In such ness (v. 7)). "Leaving off righteous- i' '1 l 1 AND IT SURE !j

I a way as to increase the nation's cap ness" is thought to mean that unrIght- TASTES GREAT,
ital assets. Many times four thou eousness was allowed to lake its place. $URE- EVEN DIZZY !1l '

l sand million dollars could be spent IV: I Intercedes for the People (7:1-9). DOROTHY I ; I

I advantageously', if it were really Invested ,The prophet stands here not merelyas HERE AND WE ALL EAT >'
'I permanent
the proclaimer of Judgment, but as
the intercessor for the people. ; i
'I i St. Louis reformers I V. Opposed by Amaziah the--Priest 1I I 1
\ say women LOTS OFENERGY ( r'a r r .
should not sit on high stools, with ((7:10-17)). I a:: .p ( LIKE { : 1
1. Message sent to Jeroboam (vv. 10
I their feet on a rail and drink at the GRAPE-NUTS .
bar. And 11). The priest sought to hinder the e o 1I
reformers "
rejoice to hear, ; I
\ 1I
the saloonkeepers say : "Amen. prophet by informing the king of the

Reformers and saloonkeepers judgment which Amos proclaimed. -
right. The saloon was bad 2. He attempted to silence the I
before enough prophet (vv. 12, 13). t,;

women moved In to make It i ..., ,, ,,,, .. !
worse, hitching up their dresses climbIng 3. The prophet's bold reply (vv. 14- >.I ., 'A.W" -," ,,,'. "r r"" """:71"" II .

vi I i' dresses high stools, readjusting their 17)a.. He declared that he had received Boys! Girls! Get Valuable Prizes Free "" Ii

or not readjusting them, call
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14, 15). The one who has heard the ;
foolish ;
they could be. Pin get Dizzy's Autographed Portrait!
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--I at her home at Ft. Thompson over I for the first six months of the year..' ceived her pre-college education. at 1 I Mr. Bowyer is a graduate of the ,, ;.\;;.':

Small Exonerated-, II I the week-end. 1 Last November Ford announced Cathedral School for 'Girls and Virginia I. University of Florida, and Is a member I '\,

-...:-- Miss Glenna Adkins visited with that he would buijd "a million cars Interment College In Bristol, of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity
her slstetf. Miss Doris Adkins, In I better" In 1935. With the year
(Continued from page 1) I cr Virginia. She later attended Florida the Blue Key and Pirates I..
into the side of the car from the South Bay last week.A but half gone the figures show that, "-
State College for Women, where she Club. For
the three
west side of the street to the east wet time was enjoyed by a up to Jun'e 30th, the Ford Motor past years, hi" -

side, and that being the case, he group of about twenty-five children Company had built 810,700 units in completed her Junior year, and is has been connected with the Uni-

said the child was hit on the right from Clewiston in the Everett Hotel the United States and Canada. For a member of Chi Omega sorority. versity of Florida as Athletic Coach.

side of the body. swimming pool here last Friday. eign manufacture for the six months

The playmates of Bobble Louise After swimming a picnic was held. period was 37,804, bringing the total

said some one hit or threw the ball I Rev. Paxton who has been conductIng world production up to

which the children at the time were a Daily Vacation Bible School in "When do you expect to 848'504'1 YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE -

playing and that Bobbie ran out after Clewiston, gave the picnic to the 1,000,000 mark?" Mr. Admit only dean, constructive news by reading

the ball Into the path or side of I school on the last day, which was asked. THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITORA

the car. held in LaBelle. Those helping and The motor-maker, wearing a fine Daily Newspaper for the Home

Mr. Small said that he did not, furnishing transportation for the, coat of tan and appearing to be in I It gives all the constructive world news but does not exploit: crime and
hit and children were: Mrs. Grover C. Poole, I scandal. Ha interesting feature pages for all the family on Women's
child until she was
see the the best of spirits, again ,smiled as Activities, Homemaking, Gardens, Education and Books. Also pages for
upon seeing her stopped the car immediately Mrs B. E. Herring, Mrs. I. M. he said: the Children and Young Folks. Vigorous editorials and an interpretation of
picked the child up and ford, Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. par-I: news ih the "March of the,Nations" Column are of special interest to men. ,
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with the child's mother carried her Simpson, ,Mrs. 'V. W. Perry, The
Christian Science
Publishing Society
I'm manufacturer
'I again. a ,
to the hospital in Clewiston.The V. Southard and others. One. Norway Street. Boston Massachusetts
Our had work Please enter my subscription to The Christian Science
I not a prophet. men Monitor for a
court expresed his sympathy; A council meeting of the Young period of.One
for which our whole organizationis yenr $9.M Three months 233
for the parents and said he under-I People's Division of the Methodist Six months 4 50 One month Tic
thankful. There are many things ,
stood the way in which they were I Church was held Monday night at that lead us to be hopeful for the Name.....,...................................................... ..............

obliged to feel that some way this! the home of Miss Marie Hampton. next six months. But we're not dead Street.................,.......,.........................................,.......
The officers Misses
terrible accident should have been present were:
avoided and also called attention to Dorothy and Mildred Hill, Miss Nel-I certain."We are just doing the best City.................. ....................State.........,......................

the great number of deaths that oc- lie Weaver, Ernest Hall, Julius we can. Sample Copy on Request

cur by automobile accidents each Moon and Woodrow Parsons. ,

:year and that the law must put a The many friends of Mrs. W, W. WILCOX BILL APPROVED -- .

stop to such negligence, but stated Hooks are sorry, to learn that she
Washington, July 22 (FNS: ) .
according to the evidence in the is very ill and is'in the Lee Memorial -1
Representative J. Mark Wilcox of I
testimony given in the case he could Hospital in Ft. Myers
Florida, author ,of the bill to estab-
find nothing wherein to hold the I Mrs. M. J. Bush spent last weekin
lish a naval reserve air base at, Mi- HAY FEVER
accused man of any crime.-LaBelle Okeechobee:: visiting with her hus-
ami for defense of the South Atlan-
News. I band, M. J. Bush, where he is work-
tic coast, announced that his plan
has been approved by a subcommittee 1
Bids To 'BeContinued Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Summers and I
of the house naval affairs com- ASTHMA and SUMMER'
daughter, Joy, and Mrs. L. M. Lilly, mittee. COLDS are '

of Moore Haven, were in LaBelle relief
( from page 1) Wednesday to see ,Dr. Jones, the unnecessary.: Complete only 1.00. ; i '
be half-million yards of excava- MISS DOROTHY RYAX TO WED '.
a dentist. Postpaid. Nothing else to buy. Over .
tion, 85,000 c. y. fill, 29,000 s. y. ERNEST J. BOWYER AUGUST 0 .
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Hampton and
sodding, 104,000 feet of timber pil- :
sons, James and Pat, Mr. and Mrs. (Moore Haven Democrat)
ing, 57,000 s. f. of steel sheet piling, sold last alone. Mail
100,000 board feet of 'lumber, 21- Dean and small daughter, Betty, and Mrs. Charles Jones Ryan has an- I year 1.00 I

000 c. y. of stone rip-rap, 1,400 s. I, Miss Freida Magill spent last Sunday nounced the engagement and ap- today for full season's relief to THE r

}". macadam driveways, 2,500 s. y. at Ft. Myers Beach. proaching marriage of her daughter, DANDEE CO. 14 North Sixth
grouted rip-rap, 15,700 c. y. con- Mrs. Sara Davis and daughter, Dorothy O'Neil, to_ Mr. Ernest Je- ,

crete, 211,000 pounds of reinforc- Sara, of Okeechobee and M. J. Bush rome Bowyer, of Gainesville, Flor- MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, or write-

ing steel, 52,000'pounds steel tie spent last week-end in LaBelle visiting ida. The wedding will be solemn- ..
for Free Booklet.
rods for lock chamber, 542,000 I I Mrs. M. J. Bush and son; Don. ized on Tuesday evening, August 6, -

pounds of structural steel and 134- Attorney L. O. Gravely made al'I 1 at dusk, with Dr. George Hyman, ;

000 pounds of miscellaneous metals trip to Arcadia Wednesday.' i pastor of Temple Baptist Church of \ .

such as steel forgings and castingsand Tom Hull and son, Junior, and 'Miami, an uncle of the bride, officiating -

bronze fittings.A. Ray Hull motored to Ft. Myers in the presence of the immediate ._ ...

R. Broadfoot, construction supervisor Beach Sunday to visit with Mrs. families, and intimate friendsof c r-.-. ::-__ .-.:_ .' -,-. : .:=:,- : --_ :..- ':_ : '. ;_ = ; -. _:

for the U. S. Engineers will Tom Hull. the young couple.

have charge of the field work on Mrs. Pearl Curry, Mrs. M. F. Yoe- Miss Ryan has lived in Moore Ha-
mans, Mrs. A. Carson of Immokalee,
this project. '
ven for the past ten years, and re .c
; and T. R. Yoemans made a trip to I .
New 4
Milling Company Ft. Myers Tuesday. R'ulingAn
Miss Kathrine Curry motored Mr.

Starts Mixing Feed and Mrs. Haley Fortson to their

home in Felda Tuesday. They have Hints for Motorists i

been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Hullat
Moore Haven Democrat) I I their home in LaBelle. ) ) amendment to a former ruling of the Federal Hous-
C. R. Strouse
The long awaited making of feed Professor Altman of Felda, stop-
1 I ing Act has been made which permits extending loans for new
at the plant of the Everglades Mill.; I ped in LaBelle on his way to visit Director, School, of Automobiles,

ing Company which has been retarded 'his mother Wauchula Wednesday. International Correspondence construction or modernization from 1,500 to $2,000 and

by a number of circumstances be- Miss" Beuna Carson visited with Schools
the of the extending time limit from three years to five }ears.
yond control of owners her cousin Miss Katherine Curry I .,..'
mill, at last got underway: last Saturday Sunday.The \ T

and to date about twenty friends of Mrs. A. V. Hugget I

Ions of feed has been mixed, ten regret to learn of her serious illness.

tons ,of which has been' shipped to I ., ... .'
Miami for use of one of the largest LADIES AID TO MEET :
dairies there.Preparations. I : .

were all made two The members of the Ladies Aid FOR MUTUAL MORTGAGE INSURANCE.FOR .

weeks ago' to start with the feed of the Community Church will hold .

mixing but a piece of machinery arrived their regular monthly meeting next
broken and had to be reord- Thursday afternoon at the home of THE following method usually NEW CONSTRUCTION:
when wheel a
a want to
before the molasses mixer you .
ered Mrs. J. E. Beardsley.
sticks that
remove so badly the or-
would work. This piece was received dinary wheel-pulling methods fail. Architect's plans and specifications, which will be
last week, installed immedi- WOHKS PROGRAM APPROVED Jack up the corresponding wheel on retained by the Federal Housing\ Administration, .

ately and work started at the earli- Washingtonmy the opposite side of the car. Un- ,One or morecontractor's estimates.
est possible moment. 22 (FNS- screw the hub nut of the :wheel you

The feed being mixed at the pres- President Roosevelt has approveda want to 'remove so as to bring the Two or more of the pictures or proposed site and
nut flush with the-threaded end of surroundings, about 3x5.
ent time is merely a mixture of work program allotment of $1-
the axle. Then strike the axle end a
the dehydrated soy-bean hay, which 454,000 to the Bureau of Animal number of sharp blows with a heavy Legal description of the property.Cashier's .

tested recently over twentysevenper Industry for eradication of cattle fever hammer. The combined pressure and

tent protein, and raw molasses I tick in Florida, Louisiana and jarring will almost always do the checkor certified check, payable to the
from the mill at Clewiston. It is the Texas. The project will include con- trick. Federal Housing Administration for $3.00 per thousand' dol-
lars of the amount of the loan application.yREQUIREMENTS
hope of the manufacturers that this struction and maintenance of dip-

feed will be found by dairymen, to ping vats, corrals and fences, super- To straighten out dents in the

be far superior to the beet pulp vision of the dipping of cattle, horses ,body that can't easily be gotten at 1
remove the enamel :
which is used so much by them and and mules and enforcement of
from the
damaged area, sandpaper,
far economical.
more quarantine measures by a force of and apply'a light coating of solder.
"Where new construction is involved
Tlie feed mixer is as yet not run- the applicant
inspectors and Bend
riders. wire
range a strong at right angles
must submit
with the application complete plans and specifications l\
ning full time but the work of drying and solder one side of the angle to ..
I both of which must wave been approved by both mortgagor :>J
glasses is continuing constantlyso the center of the dent. Form r
the free
R. R. Commission and general contractor, if any' The inspection of
that if there' is the- expected de- end of the wire into a hook and in- pro-
posed new buildings prior to commitment to insure, involvesthe
mand for the feed, it may be mixedin sert a bar to act as a handle or examination and approval of the
working drawings and
Grants Rate ReductionTallahassee lever. "
Pulling on this or using it
a short time. as f, specifications. The drawings should include the plot plan,
m Details of the formula for the a dent.lever-will Touch usually with enamel pull out the ''': floor plans (including basement and attic), each elevation,
dairy feed which the company expects July 22 (FNS)- removing solder up with a blowtorch. sections, and details sufficiently complete to indicate clearly
to manufacture with the dried The privilege of making a 15'per- the extent of the work and the design and construction. The

grass as a base, have as yet not been cent rate reduction below present : constructions specifications and should workmanship.cover quality of materials, equipment,
worked out and no announcement ,
scales was recently granted by" the NOTICE
bas yet been made as to when the Florida Railroad Commission to I

first_of\ this feed will be produced. railroads and truck lines operating: Notice is hereby given that the I

between St. Johns River points and Board of County Commissioners of
" LaBelle NewsCont'dErnest points south of Orlando. Hendry County, Florida, will meet OUR REPRESENTATIVE WILL RE GLAD' TO EXPLAIN
with the Assessor of Taxes for said THE PLAT.WellsRoyal :
Companies operating, water-truck! County, at the office of the Clerk of
service between Jacksonville, Sanford the Circuit Court of said County, on
Hall motored his grand II and points south were giventhe the 12th daY' of August 1935, at 10
father, L. D. Baldwin, to his homein right to reduce their rates ap- o'clock A. M. for the purpose of lumber t

Ft. Denaud Sunday afternoon r-I!proximately 10 percent lower than hearing complaints and receiving

ter Mr. Baldwin had spent the straight rail and truck rates, after testimony as to the value of any

in LaBelle with his daughter, Mrs. ', the 15 percent reduction granted property, real or personal, as fixed

F. Watts Hall and family. __ .,them is In operation. by the said County Assessor of Taxeson

Larry Nash of Clewiston made a These reductions must be made the tax assessment roll of said .- Company ,
business call on Attorney L. O. county for the year 1935 of l perfecting -
I July 25th and a five day notice reviewing and equalizing the J
Gravely in LaBelle Monday after- must be served to the public '
assessment, and will continue in ses- ..
" noon. I I before the new rates go into effect. sion for that purpose from day to Pahokee, Florida Clewiston, Florida

, ', :, Clarence House motored to Tampa day for one week, if necessary, or if 'PHONE 2591: 'PHONE 388
i Sunday where he will spend several -! FORD PRODUCES 810,700 UNITS as long as shall be necessary.

:r days transacting IX ,U. S. AXD CAXADA THIS YEAH This the 24 day of July, 1935. '. AVE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE AXD
'L Mrs. James Newcombe, Miss Olive 1! (SEAL) BOARD OF COUNTY

k 1 .- Newcombe, and Gordon Chauvin moc Dearborn, Mich., July 22.-"My COMMISSIONERS, HEND PAINTS AND AN ASSORTMENT OF< PIPE FITTINGS.
c; tored'to RY COUNTY, FLORIDA.By m
n\ .: Pahokee Sunday where they biggest job these days is distribut- (
:- attended t'ie show at the Prince I I ing wealth in form that Alto Hires, I
a people
Watch This ..
Theatre. ; Chairman Pro Tens. -: Space For Further Details Next "eek.-
I can use it," Henry Ford said today, Attest:
! Aeron Bronson of South Bay visited -I as he smiled broadly and handed William T. Hull, Clerk.

his daughter Mrs Julian :Dlcksdn newspapermen production figures' July 26, Aug. 2. ,"1035. I

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