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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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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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d\ VOLUME: 9, XlftlttEU 29 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, J.FRIDAY AUGUST 2, 1935 SUBSCRIPTION $ ..OO YEAR ,'.
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Over 4,000 Acres Leased Repairs Being Made Spadaro Is Low Bidder

On School Building


- For Fall Crops Between -,- On Lock and Spillway

In order that the Clewiston school


Here and Lake Harbor I I building the busily opening will engaged be in of the school in making best; "workmenare of shapefor some Structure Near 'Ortona 7


I necessary changes and repairs and ,

I O will continue on the work until time

ACREAGE EXCl E is BY OVER Osceola Groves Is for school to open. I Many ApplicationsFor I MOORE HAVEN, FIRM IS $160,000

\ ..1,000t'H S THAT PLANTED This week carpenters are building UNDER E. H. LATHAM

LAST YEAR New DevelopmentThe partitions in some Of the roomsIn F. H. A. Loans COMPANY BID t

order to make room for extra

With' approximately 4,000 acres classes which are planned for this The Spadaro Construction Com- j
of land the majority of whichis The Wiells-Royal Lumber Com-
and to having to ; Moore Haven bidder >
year prevent use pany of was low :
known
of the South Flor- place 'formerly as the sometime been
in Unit 5 pany'which has for
the a' classroom has r
for lock
stage as on the and spillway struc-
District which includes Seminole Farms on Highway 25 be- for loans
ida Conservancy been done in the receiving. applications
and Harbor past. Playground ture in the Caloosahatchee River at
Lake
most of the territory between tween Clewiston the Federal plan
repaired through Housing
hands and is equipment is being and put Ortona when the bids were opened
changed recently now
and Lake Harbor, now modernization and repair of --
for
Clewiston the Ost eola Groves IhC.. in shape for the use) of the smaller at two o'clock Wednesday afternoon
under lease to farmers for fall crops, known as ; homes through Title I of the act
with work going forward pupils. in the, ,District office of the U. S.
indications are that farming activity I steadily find for new building constructionon
The windows have been Engineers in Jacksonville. The Spa-
attractive
already
in this section will be far greater developments in the en- & fond time loan through Title
I toward it the most repaired, with forty-eight window daro Company's bid was $636,715.91over
making of
this coming season than ever before. one II, report that Many have made ap-
under the bid of theE.
$160,000
having been put in where
It is considered likely that at least' tire lake section. panes plications for loans fit thA territory
Osceola Groves is headed by broken out during the past year and : H. Latham Company of Toledo
half of this acreage will be plantedin which they cover around M Jake
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locks have been repaired thirty Ohio, who are at present engaged in
on
Courtney J. Gonterman, of Miami, few
beatt$> the favorite crop of the and although there have been
the construction of the Moore Haven
of the windows. In addition to this -
and it is understood that a large
lakt Isection while the remaining feel thatit
approved as yet they sure
Hurricane: and lock and the
work M. E. VonMach, local school gate
acreage of citrus fruits will]} be planted. -
,
J portion will be in potatoes, peas, will not be long until the machinery -
contractors all of the other hurri-
board member states that it is plan- on
Although Mr. Gonterman has not
cabbage and other In motion whereby these
eggplant vegetables is set
In the levee
ned to all of the outside cane gates project.
been contacted as to his plans it is repaint
4 with many of the growers loans will be more quickly 'grantedand
_- considered likely that the place will woodwork in doors and windows and The general belief was that the
C. expressing a determination to plant the stage set for a big build-
to each window. This : Latham Company would be low bid-
.r be subdivided into a number of screen screen-
spring tomatoes. At least ten acreswill ing program.To .
small farms and sold. ing will cost in excess of $600 but ders on this job having all of their
be in and about
planted celery At the present time sixty acres it is believed that It will be well date the only loans that have I equipment so near at hand and past
the same in romaine in the
acreage in the Title I
old Ritta section. have been planted in limes and Val- worth the heavy expenditure. Here- been granted here are I experience in the construction of the
loans have
Tractors are already at work on encia oranges and plans are going tofore children at certain seasons division. Four of these hurricane gates giving them, an insight -
received In Clewiston and one
forward to increase'this acreage as have found It almost Impossible to been into concrete construction ot
a considerable portion of this land
work dUe to the In Belle Glade. Under a new ruling which will be 'new to other
'putting it in readiness for cultivation soon as possible. Previous tO planting \ = tflOsclulto, gnats this type
allows loans for
although there will likely be the land is all thoroughly cleared and bugs? coming through tile unscreened = the Title I set-up bidders. The announcement receivedby

little seed actually ,planted before and levelled)] and it is said that windows and in many cases new construe ior! as; well as modern- wire in the sub-office of the U.
very to $2,000.
ization in amounts tip
the first of September.The the entire place will be moledrained. sore eyes have developed from the S. Engineers In Clewiston Wednes-
be repaid ifl five
These loans must
afternoon: of the apparent low
gnats. day
acreage given above is about 'Excavators have been at work
understood to be
years. ,Several are bidder occasioned, a great deal orsUl'1)rlS'e
a thousand acres greater than has for several weeks cleaning ditches
and digging'auxiliary ditches to pro- making plans to apply for' these as, there were very few
ever been planted in tho same ter- I
vide better drainage and irrigation. loans for the construction of new that knew the Spadaro Company had
ritory before and will leave compar- '
SUGAR CORP. ''VAlVES homes.
submitted bid.
a
atively little ground not under cul- Several new building additions have The set-up for Title II is much
tivation between here and the Miami been made for warehouses and offices The bid awards had not been

Canal. It is considered likely by : and it is planned to build quarters EXEMPTION U N D E RCOMPENSATION to more be Intricate rather long and the and way arduous is said to made at last report due to necessary

some that this acreage will be added l j -for' colored, help in the near, fu- the securing of one of these long- checking of unit prices with totals

,t to as the season progresses. but Lieut. P. A. Feringa, acting; dis-
ture.The time loans at the present time. How-
The names of farmers and the ac I plot facing the highway and LAW the trict engineer announced the fig-
which
ever several loans on company -
extending back for several hundred the different bids Wednes-
reage they have leased are furnished : for ures on
has been working sometime
feet which was planted in grass several day night.
by James E. Beardsley, local broker and
lack little of final approval
and his associate, F. M. Wright; A. years ago was on? of the beauty The exemption allowed l Under the at least of these Is expected to Among the other bids submittedon
one
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L. Walker of South Bay, 200) acres; spots in ahlve': around the lake recent law palsed by th? Florida1' 'through before long. this project, the cost of which according -

Joe Wood, Lake Harbor, 300 acres; while It Was kept up by the former legislature requiring all corpoFa-s go IfI tli@ proper j: cooperation very may be to government estimate

Ernest Burkett, of' Lake Harbor* 2fl6( owners, has again been cleaned off tions to Carry compensation Insurance secured froni the by.t nk9 and the way would have been $770,942.89, are

acres; Frank Willets, o! South 'Bay:: .I and ,mowed and the'greeil Cafflet of on their employees, for field made easier for a pe7*
100 acres; Melvin Wilder, Lake Harbor grass .is more Attractive than ever. workers employed by an agricultural a loan under Title II it is believed Baltimore $973,224.79; W. Hor-

200 acres; Pete Goodbread, The newly painted buildings, neat corporation has been waived_ by the in the 'Glades ace Williams of New Orleans, $824-
there
that are
many
South Bay, 160 acres; P. H. Ryder bridges spanning the highway bor- U. S. Sugar Corporation who this section who will make applicationfor 31fU'1r, S. Lockman, West Palm t

r 1/; South Bay, 200 acres; S. E. and J. row ditch and the air of cleanliness week made necessary arrangementsfor these loans and are sufficientlygood Beach, 719123.86;; E. H. Latham :

t s' C. Campbell, South Bay, 120 acres; which prevades the place attracts insurance to cover every work- financial risks to warrant their Company of Toledo, $797,799.26; I

.. G. R. Webster and son, Belle Glade, the attention of every passer-by and man employed by them. receiving them. .. Hardaway Construction Company, !

80 acres; Joe Friedheim, Belle against a background of green citrus Notice to this! effect was postedin ILt. I Columbus, Ga., $857,310.49. All of I

j Glade, 80 acres; Neal and Crouch. trees which will come later, this development thq omc s '6E tin Sugar Gonlpauy I these bids topped the government

Clewiston, 120 acres; A. and R. J. may well become aniong this week. The fact that i tliSy Hurt! Selee to Speak to estimate with the exception of the

Lee, Lalf> Harbor, 100 acres; G. A. the most beautiful\\ Spots- in South failed to take advantage of the exemption Spadaro bid and that of the second

Perkins, Lake Harbor, 60 acres; Joe I FloriU\ offered indicates that they i Kiwanians We4nesday bidder, W. S. Lockman of West

:Riley, Lake Harbor, 60 acres; C\ L.I believe the negro workman in the I I I Palm Beach.
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Lee, Lake Harbor, 150 -acres; Legion Conference In field to be entitled to compensationjust I"hift- lock will be the last of the

S ; :Messer, Clewiston, 60 acres; G. B.I) as much as mechanics, machinery Lt. Richardson Selee, in charge of coUCtetQ structures to be built in the

t-' McDuffie, Bear Beach, 120 acres; I Wauchula Next operators, and other workmen.I I the Clewiston sub-office of, the U. S. I program of flood control for the

t Judd Grant, Bear Beach, 80 acres; SundaySixth More than! 200 extra: men, have Engineers, will be guest speaker at I Lake OkeEeh! (bee and Caloosahat-
J. E. Beardsley, 200 acres M. A. the regular meeting of the Kiwanis
; 1 Lean! added to the payroll of the sugar chee Valley sections, and is the larg-

Rose, Clewiston, 200 acres; T. J. this Week with the!: Club next Wednesday night and est. It is located near Ortona, a few
.' .. Geiger, Clewiston, .60 acres; John District of the American Legion ebinpauy and repair' = mrilbrs are looking forward to one hundred yards up the river from the
}preparatory
of clean-up
'(J Henry Williams, 50 acres; C. E. will hold Us first conference starting of the b3f t iaikg of the year. It is railroad bridge and is about fifteen

i, Miner, 100 acres which includes the of the year In Wauchula next Sunday to the starting of the' new expected thai f ihS Lieutenant will miles southwest of" Moore Haven.
' mill season. This work is of a
,i..,. tract he farmed so successfully laSl August 4th. The Legion busi- and similar to speak on matters perfafjtfr iii to the Aside from the Moore Haven 'lock
I general nature very
q t. ;/ year in the Clewiston lownsite; ness meeting'will be held in Men's the work carried on at this time ev- U. S. ,Army. hb; is the only lock which will be

\ Henry .Lucas; Clewiston, 50 acres; !I Bible Glass room of the Meth'odist Rumors that more help Although Lieut. Selee was sche- coiTSJl-'icted in the straightening and

}: Theodore Michael, 50 acres; E. L.j i church and the Auxiliary will I hold I would ery year.be added by working the men duled to give his talk at a meetinglast widening of the Caloosahatchee River. -

: Stewart, 30 acres; ,T. B. Adair, Lib-I their meeting in the Woman's Club. Wednesday night, he was call- .
In shifts of fourteen days each was
I r- erty Point, 50 acres; C. B. Lozier, I Both meetings convene at 2 o'clock ; ed to Jacksonville unexpectedly and is-
when the project
, not verified l by company officials. The river,
\ J>0 acres and J. A. Kirnbrough I in the afternoon. promising -
}i ,, > ; 80 was unable to be present, of 2-
a capacity
i Machinery is being overhauled and complete will have
acres. A large'number of Legionrtalr&a to give the talk at the next
some} changes of a minor nature are 500 second feet and will be a sea
The majority of those listed above from this section art expected to meeting following. No special program" to
Fort Myers
being made, level channel from F
are farmers experienced in growing attend to hear the new Florida Legion had bPen arranged for the raise ofseven
is
There a
; :: crops on muck 'soil. Although it is commander, Arthur ft. F)3TiTrg ThD cane Is said to have had a meeting o the program chairman, the Ortona feet Lock.from the lower to the

too early as yet for anyone to hazarda of Plant City, in his first \1f01'- good growing season which lead Grover C. Poole, arr3figel for a mu- either end of the lock

guess as to the market conditions ence appearance in this district. some to believe that the mill would sical meeting.A upper pool on

which will prevail during the fall Bill Comer of Oflalido: ; state pub- start operating a little sooner' this number of songs, both old arid "truct ure. the Spadaro Companyhas

season, or the prices which will be licity chairman, will give details of I season than last but, although it is new, were sung by the members with Although recognized, as strictly 'confining -

received, by the grower for his produce the new Legion paper which it is difficult to tell exactly when cane special numbers by a trio from the been their activities to dredging

the fact that so'many are proposed to publish Florida soon. may be cut in sufficient quantity Community Church, composed of F. and since coming in to

making plans to raise crops indicate I l Mrs. Weiser, state: Auxiliary presi- to keep the mill running steadily, M. Wright, M. E. Yenawine and R.j the operations lake section have worked entirely -
that the outlook dent, will also be officials agree that It will probably I unusually1
is favorable for a present. Sixth I M. Smith. There was an dredging contracts, it is un-
on
very successful season. district embraces Legion posts in be about the same time as usual large attendance for a summer derstood that the company has en-

Better refrigeration service for Arcadia, Bradenton, Avon Park, Se- when the mill starts operating.' meeting. gaged in concrete construction work j

the section will be furnished by the bring, Wauchula, Sarasota, Fort Experiments which have been conducted -- several in New York City
for years
iCe house now under construction Ogden, Punta Gorda Lake Placid, by the research departmentof JOHN E. I HAHN, of equipment to han-
and has plenty
I, at Lake Harbor by the Moore Haven I Fort Myers and Clewiston. the company has produced a type -- dle the lock contract as well as the

Ice Company. Th'is plant is scheduled of cane which matures much earlier John E. Hahn, who was taken last necessary to successfully

to be operating before the arrival OWEN& STARTS ADIITIOSOI than the usual varities, but is not week to Veteran's ,Hospital in St. complete experience a contract of this kind.
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of the shipping season for perishable { GARAGE APARTMENT: being raised in sufficient quantitjas Petersburg for treatment after, be- The Spadaro Company has been

vegetables and at the present yet to affect the mill opening coming seriously ill last weak at his headquartered here since the startof

rate of progress it will likely be W.' C. Owen| started constructionthis farm home west of Clewiston, 'died their first dredging contract on

finished several weeks before the week on a second story: additionto DISTRICT ENGINEER HERE Monday afternoon.The the levee between here and Fisheat- i

time set for completion. The Atlan- his two-car garage at his homeat deceased had been a residentof ing Creek and the Navigation chan-

tic(Coast Line railroad is also mak- the corner of Crescent and Date Lieut. PA.. Feringa, acting dis- Clewiston for the past year and nel from there to the lake. Mr. Spa-

A ing preparations for a heavy ship- Streets. trict engineer for the U. S. Army had done some farming on the old daro has erected new offices and

ping season by laying complete new The upper story will contain a Engineering Corps of Jacksonville, Moore Haven-Clewiston road. He machine shops on a tract of land

', and heavier track over their line between study, bedroom and bath for the use arrived this morning for an inspection was suffering from some type of fever purchased from the city and a forceof

here and/Lake Harbor, worl of his two sons. An addition of a of local projects. when found ill at his home. No men are kept at work constantlyin I

to start the first of September and servant's ,room and bath is also be- Until the arrival of Colonel Earl detail, of the trouble have bfeen the shops, said to be among the

be completed by the start of the per- ing made downstairs. The construc- North In September to take charge learned.He most complete in South Florida.

ishable season. tion is of frame and stucco. F. J. of the Jacksonville] district office, is survived only by a niece,

Tippey: is the contractor. Lieut. Feringa is serving in the ca- Miss Ruth Hahn. The body was
Two cities in Florida (FNS)- !
Clearwater Ground was also broken for the pacity of district engineer and has shipped Tuesday night to Evansville, Tallahassee, Aug 30
and: Miami Beach, have placed. taboo new home of Carl $ Berner todayat been since the transfer of Colonel Ind., for funeral services and burial. Governor Sholtz has announced the
0n "For Sale" signs on real estate of Bryan Willis as
the corner of Osceola, and Arcade B. C. Dunn, t Washington the firstof Tho body was prepared for shipmentby re-appointment '
in-their beautification Streets. "' for a four year term.
programs. June. the J. W. Wilhelm funeral home. State auditor!
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, AUGUST, 2, 1935

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bill "through a direct request from the CONDEMNATION of private land for
EVENTS President." Senators Wheeler and Ray- v-1 the purpose of clearing out slums "Nose Designer" Makes SERIAL "TAKES HOLD"If

CURRENT burn, he' said, asked him to help bring and replacing them with low cost Improvement on Nature you live out In the peaceful, happy

about passage of the bill.' housing units does not come within Artists get queer commissions from country, nothing happens duringthe

the eminent domain powers of the gov- time to time. One of the queerest week to make you forget the last

PASS IN REVIEW! UNOFFICIALLY and Informally, the ernment, according to United States has been executed by a Blackpool installment of the serial in your home

seems to be that Court of Appeals of the Sixth District, man says Pearson's Weekly (London newspaper.,

the Wagner labor disputes act Is un- at Cincinnati. The ruling, upholdingthe ). He had to draw a pattern fora ... (It"

constitutional and will be so declaredby opinion of a lower court at least new nose. ;

TRADE TREATY WITH RUSSIA the United States Supreme court cripples one of the ambitious PWA A lady called at his studio and invited -

STIRS SHARP ATTACK ON when that tribunal is called on for a schemes fostered by AdministratorIckes. him to design an ideal nose for
OK -,
SECRETARY HULL. decision. William Green, president of However Mr. Ickes announced her. She was dissatisfied with her Why

the American Federation of Labor they were not going to stop the work own and had arranged for one of the

urges labor leaders to pay no attentionto because of restrictions but would have most famous plastic surgeons in the do you spray? .

By EDWARD W. PICKARD claims that the law Is Invalid. to modify the form somewhat. The country to operate on her and make FOR RESULTS / '
Union.
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@ Western Newspaper "Leading legal authorities of the nation court's opinion was given by Judges her a new one. Will cheap quality splay

TWENTY months of apparently fu- are of the opinion that the act is I Moorman and Hicks. Judge Florence But,. before the deed was done, she do the fob.rr WILL NOT

to revitalize the com- Constitutional in every respect," he Allen dissented. wanted to make sure that she What's the answer?

mercial relations between the United wrote but added in a letter that he had the
really nose that would suit DEFUSE SUBSTrrUTES
States and Russia, and then suddenly expects a court test and that the of the hottest scraps of the her best. Demand
Washington announces American Federation of Labor will get ONE: between FLY-TOX
developed Secretaryof ,
The artist sketched her full face
that the two nations "the best legal talent" the Interior lekes: and Senator Tyd- 1 1 1 / '
In and
had concluded a one- Even. If the Wagner law I Is knockedout ;: ings of Maryland over the inquiry Into profile three-quarter face.
Then he
year trade agreementunder oy me :supreme: court' me administration the administration of ,, superimposed every possible
type of nose on to the picture. He
SovIet believes
which the it has a plan that Gov. Paul M. Pearsonin

Republics agreed to will avert at. least 90 per cent of the the Virgin islands. tried Roman Greek, aquiline and re

Increase their American usual number of strikes walk-outs, The secretary accused trousse nosessaucy'noses and seri-

Imports by 150 lock-outs and other disorders. It is the senator of "white- .: ous noses-until the client was sat-

per cent.. In return for being launched in Toledo. Ohio and washing" a witness isfied.

purchases of $30,000.- has been called the "Toledo plan" be- before the Tydings The one she selected is a trifle \

000 worth of American cause it was conceived by Assistant committee; and the longer than the one nature gave her.

a4aSi goods Russia Is to be Secretary of Labor Edward F. McGra- senator retorted by r It is straighter and more femininfc.
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granted wide tariff dy when he was trying to settle a advising the The surgeon had the pattern and
secretaryto
I Secretary Hull concessions by the I dispute in that Ohio city.It ""confine yourself to v. could operate with It In mind. The

United States. fans no sectIonal characterIstics___. ______ ._ : the duties for which patient knew beforehand exactly

Russia will buy railroad equipment carries no federal compulsion and you have: been: ay--- what the result would be.

machinery for making new' automobile rests solely upon the willingness of pointed." Both of Sec y lckes :Now the artist is thinking of add-
of heavy workers and ing the words "Designer of Noses"to The Crying and Restlessness:
models and other products employers In every city them were thoroughly angry and Tyd-

Industry. In addition the Soviets will that adopts the plan, to abandon the ings in a letter accused Ickes of seek- his professional card. of children is frequently an indica-

buy cotton. The railroad equipment Is harsh economic weapons of old and ing "cheap publicity." tion of Worms or Tapeworm in tho

needed badly for modernization of a substitute peaceful discussion for Federal Judge T.,, Webber Wilson of Week's Supply of Postum Free system. The cheapest, safest, and

weak transportation system.In violence. the Virgin Islands had given testimonythat Read the offer made by'the Postum quickest, medicine for ridding chil-

return Russia expects: to sell exasperated Ickes and the sec- Company in another part of this pa dren or adults of these parasites isDr.Peery's'DEADSHOT'Vermifuge

sausage casings, certain i grades of Iron HUEY LONG has the retary demanded that the judge be removed per. They will send a full week's sup-
po-
ore, manganese, furs and dairy prod- SENATOR of his chief opponent, from office for "official miscon- ply of health giving Postum free to '

ucts in, large quantities to the United Mayor T. Semmes Walmsley of New duct. Then Ickes wrote to Tydingsa anyone who writes for It.-Adv. o'-t S Ox 6py MOlll'IS 1 TIII/UM U x l

States. Orleans in the letter carrying his charge of "white-
palm of his hand. But )
The pact, concluded by the exchangeof he is forcing the peo- washing" and saying of the judge's Rule Without Exception n T

notes between Ambassador Bullitt ple of the city to testimony : "There was no cross-ex- We are all subject to luck ; thatIs
in Moscow and Maxim Litvinov com- put SOc n bottle nt dmqrrists orWright's
amination to test his truthfulness andif as'we
.
Providence, call it.HERE'S
for' the mayor out. A majority ; Pill Co., 100 Gold St., N.Y. City. I
missar for foreign affairs, provides
of Walmsley'sfollowers any statement ever needed such a ___
no further loans to Russia and makesno test It was his."
tired of the ,
mention of the more than $700,000- : Judge Wilson had told the committee -

000 In debts contracted by former Rus- conflict formally deserted that there had been "administrative -

sian governments. It Is in line with, him when the interference" with his and

Secretary Hall's policy of trade agree- a,. commission council that Morris Ernst, counsel court for the L A TIPIT'S [ ON A PIP ]
resolution
ments. For these two reasons espe- <,v adopted a Civil Liberties union, while a guest of

cially It Is attacked by many Republicans endorsing recent state-. Governor Pearson, had threatened to ,
ments of two commissioners
and not a few Democrats In con put him "on the spot" in the press
Senator Pat McCarren of Ne- calling for the
gress. unless he granted a rehearing to a 0
vada was one of the angriest of these T. Semmes city to make: peace government employee accused of theft. 6 1

gentlemen. He declared Secretary Hull Walmsley with Long. The may-

was a "prize diplomatic dupe" and an- or, standing almost
nounced that he would demand an Immediate alone, declined to yield. He told the ELEVEN states of the Far West are
to be represented In the next and
modification of the reciprocal council he "would not deal with men

tariff act to rescind under who have been called 'crooks andthieves' third "grass roots" conference of Re-
powers publicans. It will be held In the Yellowstone -
by member of the
which Hull is negotiating such treaties. every com-
mission national park August 23-24,
Key Pittman, chairman of the senate council.
according to Mike Reynolds, state dl,
foreign relations committee, also Is In a caucus preceding the council 0 0
rector of the Young Republican League
earnestly opposed to Hull's trade pro- session, 13 of Walmsley's 17 ward k
of Montana. He said George Olmstead I
gram. leaders voted for his resignation "for
Des Moines chairman of the young Re-
the good of the city." The told
mayor
publican committee and Col. Theodore P
.. WHEN one witness before the them he was""going. to stick from h-Ito Roosevelt were planning to attend and AFAVORITE [ HOW THEY
breakfast: Senator Long receiveda
ways and means committee, that among those invited to speak were
CRAVE FOR IT
committee of the seceders and said L
opposing the President's tux J
new pro- Senator William E. Borah of Idaho
he would call a session of the state leg-
gram, called congress a "rubber Representative Hamilton Fish of New
islature to force i
Walmsley out of
stamp, Chairman Doughton and other York and Gov. Harold G. Hoffman of
Democrats declared they had been Insulted office within 24 hours after the "oldregulars" New Jersey. f.

obtained approval of a majority -
and would hear no more from 00

the witness. Nearly every one else : of the city's voters for a petition.
requesting notable of recent deaths was
the mayor's
they heard was as insistent In denouncing removal. MOST
of Lieut. Col. Alfred Dreyfusof
the proposed tax bill but
France central figure of the famous
: more tactful Most of them represented -
ROOSEVELT led vari-
PRESIDENT "Dreyfus case" of some 35 years ago 0
various sections of the Chamber of *
:,
: ous of his cabinet members leaders
,
which kept France in a turmoil for
.; Commerce of the United States. Then *
of the majority in and
congress four years. Dreyfus, a Jew, was thena
.. ., the committee apparently decided that captains of the New Deal on a week- captain and was tried and convictedof
it really would be a rubber stamp for 0
end outing that was at once dubbed selling military secrets to Germany.
.: It'quit work on the tax measure fort
"the kiss and make "
I up excursion. Bet, was a prisoner on Devil's island
the time being and, according to re- I For a lot of these men had been snarl- for four years and then was pardoned
port, left the writing of it to certain .
ing at one another in the physicaland because !It had been established that
k. brain trustees of the Treasury depart- SWEET AS HONEY
political heat of recent days in he was the Innocent victim of plottersand
'" ment. The public hearings had been Washington and the Chief Executive traitors. 'i

k noisy, full of bickerings and probably evidently thought it time the quarreling IT'S THE MONEY
.:? of no use whatever.
was ended. The entire bunch wentto it was the summer heat

Administration leaders then began Jefferson Island In Chesapeake bay PERHAPS ; ,perhaps there wasa
planning for postponement of the pro- i Mr. Roosevelt his '
on yacht Sequoia lot of pressure from the direction of
.;" posed tax legislation until the winter and the others on a fleet of boats. the./White. House. Anyhow the backbones -
i4. session. It was said President Roose-
Cabinet members Included were Vice of the house Democrats recently -
,, velt had consented to this course provided
President Garner, Postmaster General so stiff against "dictation" by the
+ a bill can be agreed upon before X11 1o
i r'"' Farley Attorney General Cummings, administration, weakened most notice- RgpE
adjournment that shall be acceptableto 6o
Secretary of the Interior Ickes, Secre- ably when the house took up the redrafting ,, NUr
all the groups whose objective Is tary of War Dern, and Secretary of of the Tennessee Valley authority / S FLA ;
redistribution of wealth o ;
by taxation. ;
Commerce Roper. Speaker Byrns head- act. Nearly all the recent 0 O b p o0poo o K
I"I joo o/o ooooYguI
1 ed a congressional delegation including "rebels" among the Democrats fell Into b oaoooo 8 ,

: FIFTY thousand dollars was appro- Senators Tydings Pittman Robinson, line and the bill was shorn of every I 08800

by the house for Investigation Copeland, Dieterich, Walsh Gerry major provision that was objectionable 4 0 ob/

by the rules committee of lobby- Duffy and Radcliffe. to the President. oe/

ing for and against bills affecting Relief Director Hopkins, No. 1 Brain This victory greatly heartened the

; : .- utilities interests. Truster Tugwell and Treasury Gen- administration forces and they pressed

' .;,-.: Representative R a akin eral Counsel Oliphant also were In the forward to try for another In the con- 4

t::: of Mississippi de- ?: party. ference 'on the utilities bill. Also In G/q

Glared that R e p r e I the senate they carried on a deter-

... sentative O'Connor b \ *{$ mined fight for the amendments broadening
::;. of New York, chairs s NEWSPAPERS of northern Italy the of the AAA. ONCE
I powers Sena- you taste Grape-Nuts Flakes, you'll % j

:,'. man of the commit l : ; might abandon his projected Premier Mussolini tors xBorah and Byrd were the chief cheer tool These crisp, golden flakes have a delicious S'
I tee, was unfit to T war with 1
con '
k: duct the inquiry bet .1 ::.. ." >:3 Ethiopia If he could find a way of opponents of the New Dealers in this flavor-and they're nourishing One ;/'

; cause he was antag j ; backing out without losing face. But latter battle. dishful,with milk or cream,contains more varied

onistic to the admin ,:;: J the Roman public was quite sure the the naval nourishment than many a hearty meal. Try it 47

,, Istratlon. O'Connor, ::1 duce's aggressive policy would be un- TIIOUGli treaties of -your grocer has it! Product of General Foods. ,
and
London
have
I :, been
, t. rising to reply impaired. This opinion was strengthened -
was
the
by Japan, American
". given an ovation by T. G. Corcoran I by the sending of more troopsto abrogated gov- .
ernment still keeps Its eye on the max-
:::: East Africa.
: ; the
house and promised the
investigation
for
our
imum permitted navy by 1942
(;/ would be thorough and impartial. Secretary of State Hull entered the
', and is making a determined effort to
:,, Already the committee has picture again with a rather mild
statement
begun Its -
much to the
reach it, delight of the
, ; work, the first witness being Representative expressing America's abhorrence and Best for Ni r andba
: "big navy" men of citizens generally boo
Brewster of war and confidence In yon
of Maine .who declared the Kellogg who believe in adequate
'f 1..; Thomas G. (Corcoran New Deal pact. The Italians didn't like this at pre-

':. .. lawyer had tried all. paredness.
fO-" ;.: to force him to vote Secretary of the Navy Claude Swan-
'i:"," for the "death sentence" provision in
::, son has announced that a ship con- .
I
,; the utilities bill by threats of stopping Chinese
-
rivers has
overflow been
struction program decided
if:;J. ., work on the Passamaquoddy WHEN, do the thing In a big way. upon which calls for the constructionof No need to worry about skin irritationswhen

4. project. Corcoran was then put on the The Han, which joins the and six
Yangtsenear 12 destroyers submarines. you use for daily toilet purposes the same pure, sooth
t stand and denied the main
.- features ofBrewster's Hankow broke through the dikes These are in addition to the 15 de-
,/ story whereupon the Mainer and rushed through the densely popu- stroyers and six submarines 'for which ing soap that you use for baby's tender skin. Containing the,

It fJ"_ congressman shouted, "You're a liar." lated land drowning about '10,000 men, bids have been advertised and will be delicate Cuticura medication, Cnticnra Soap protects sensitive

t Corcoran explained with facility his women and children. The city of opened ,next, month. skins and helps to keep them in a clear condition.
activities In behalf
of the utilities Hankow was imperiled and
soldiers The airplane buIlding'
',: program calls
measure. He said he was Price 25c. Sold at all druggist.
assigned to and civilians were working desperatelyto for 555 new planes during the current
help with the original drafting of the keep the levees from breaking. fiscal year.

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peak. The third car rumbled over the Benny. And you're got too much for '' disgraced It stirs my temper. Zou'Vft" .

I top and Tim Jeffers, dropping his one man to do. heard about my father." "WREATH DESIGN"

THE peavey, wormed along the logs and "Oh, It's not that bad. Things are ,"Of course."
FOR CHAIR BACK
flopped down to the brake wheel as straightening out. Tim's a wonder; "Naturally, you would."
I
Ben shut her off, set the brakes and Buller Isn't missing a bet. We oughtto They talked, after that, of personal

with a boyish swing of one arm yankedon keep right on stepping." tastes, of the glories of big country, of By GRANDMOTHER CLARK

4 MAN the whistle cord 'to set her voice Beb rose to go and as he did so, the the limited recreations offered by little :

screaming.Back door opened and Dawn McManus towns. Zi r I

I, on the last car Tim clubbed stepped In out of the lightly falling, "Just the movie! Now and then ;,

brake wheels. Out on the first, Ben snow.. there's a dance," the girl said, "but r

FROM Elliott drove the shoe home. The an- "Oh !I" she cried in surprise. It was none of the boys seem to want to take

cient locomotive dug her heels In and the first time] she had seen Ben since me. It Is my fault, likely." She 1j
j
settled back. Down and down they that morning a month ago when he was staring moodily Into the fire. "I'

went on the frost slick steel, gather- took the veneer logs on their mad rideto frighten them away. Mr. Brandon !

YONDER Ing speed that was as alarming as the save the Hoot Owl operation from asks me to go to the movie now and I

slowing of their pace had been a moment Immediate Insolvency.. "Am I Interrupting then. but I don't know .' ."

before. But with every train ?" "So Brandon wants to amuse you,

HAROLD TITUS length traveled Tim Jeffers was set- "Comr In. Dawn," said Able) rising does he?" !

by ting more brakes against the humming And Elliott said : ."If you are It's "Yes. He's been awfully kind to me,
.
wheels. nice to be interrupted." always. Of course, I know that Able

I Copyright! 1928-1934. Harold Titua. She' slid, she 'slipped, she squealedand She\ looked at him and. at first, her and a lot of people think he's after the i iI

WNU Service. complained and clattered her way eyes held that coolness which was almost Hoot Owl and Is quite ruthless about iI I

down that final mile. They had her hostility but this molted and she It but they can prove nothing; He was I

under control at last and slowly. they smiled. so good to me when I was little and }

CHAPTER VIIContinued11 edged around the curve at the millpond -, ") flU say nice things, Ben Elliott !" talks so reasonably to me now that l.

out onto the siding and to a full "How can anyone help saying' nice
\
things tq nice people?"
Elliott had her wide open, now, and stop.Ben
dropping down, ran across to She made a playful mouth ?! him
the loads that grade ran easily I
on Your
grandmother crocheted chair
the main line and held up his hand. and Ben, watching her as she advancedto I
: despite the binding cold in their jour- backs
,' and now this generation Is
I Half a mile down the track the local Able's desk, thought again that he
_
! nals. The rock and pitch of the en- the
doing same thing. Chair backs
puffed In toward him. The whistle .never, had supposed women grew to
gine were beyond belief. It seemed .
; as
and
arm rests
are strictly modern.
sent up its cloud of steam at his signal, such loveliness.
though its weight must carry the light When you enter a room the chair
he heard the engineer' shutting off and Her errand with the old'Justice.wtsbrlef.
I steel from Its spikes as the
careening
with crocheted set attracts
attention
in minutes the train. slid In, brakes She and Ben went out together your -
threw tons of strain first one way and first. It 1s distinctive and
grinding. Dawn on her way. home, Bon to
,' then the other. "That stuff go?" the conductor called, finish his errands In town. really looks good. The wreath shown
:
The curve at the trestle's approach
above is made in the filet
swinging down from the way jar. At the corner where their ways part- large
"J 1 rushed up the valley toward him and "That stuff goes !I" Ben said almost ed they stopped and Dawn hesitated In stitch ; shows up more lacy and the

...-: through Elliott's mind swam all man- reverently and turned to face Tim who I what she had been saying. Then, look- work is completed in less time.
ner of misgivings. It seemed at the '
Other designs in chair backs have
filling his pipe with
4' that was unsteady Ing Into his face, she asked.
moment If by any freak chance
been shown in
editions and
f I' hands. "Does Mr. Ben Elliott ever take tea past ,
the wheels should stay on the rails, '
It was a moment for the right word. with a young woman: ? :You know, I. Judging from the response for direc-
,: then those rails must surely give before -
tions how to them
} But Tim Jeffers was not a man of am beginning to think that 1 like to make we feel
'
the strain that the train's flight ,
I> words ; not of many words. talk to you !" ; sure this design will bring equally
would exert as It took that curve. He
r "Well, you done It," he said simply "Then the risk of having it reported large requests. The home needle-
I threw one quick glance backward to ,
workers know what to make to improve
"Yeah. With your help. that I'm lizard !is -
i a lounge as nothing.
i:'f'j. see Tim Jeffers crouched on his high home
"Still needin' a camp boss? The house where Dawn lived was the decorations.
i { perch as a circus rider might stand on
S !I" Instructions and black and white
"Badly
;: his house In which she had been born, a'
boldly galloping steed. The old'
diagram how to make this set will
"S'pose I'd do? sprawling white frame structure be-
man chewed briskly and, he i ,
I as caught
i'i'a' "Do Lord Tim, if_" neath whispering hemlocks.: She led be mailed upon receipt of lOc. If
I flash of Ben's face, spat and made
one Impressive gesture with a mittened "All right.. I'm hired to get out logs Ben Into -a long, low room, with wide, you want the complete package No.-
again Guess I'll hit Mr. Buller for 2505 containing sufficient cream
I hand, bidding the younger man get out- a low windows, where a fire burned on
cuppa carfee. I've rode trains now nd an open hearth.; :Mountain: Craft cotton, crochet hook,

:, : : side.Ben had done all that he could do 'again, Ben, but of all the rides I've The fine odor. of baking bread per- directions and diagram, send this de- I

I In the cab. Nothing within his power ever took that was what you might call meated the place and as they entered partment 40c and you' will receive it !

would be of avail if they left the track th' dangdest !I" Dawn lifted her voice In a light hail : Half. a Mile Down the Track the by mail. {
a a a a aIn ADDRESS HOME CRAFT COMPANY -
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and, inside, he would have no chance "Oh-ho, Aunt Em !I" Local: Puffed in Toward Him. .

I at all should the wild run come to Its a Minnesota lumber town a Sounds came from the rear ; a door DEPARTMENT B, Nine-

II: end in the smoking waters of the river. bearded man sat near the stove In a I opened and closed, and then another can't believe their suspicions are well teenth and St. Louis avenue, St.

I And so he backed Into the gangway small hotel and heard the story of what door opened which gave into the room founded. Still Things do seem Louis, Mo.Inclose .

I I I between tank and engine and slid down was happening in distant Tincup. where they stood, and an ample womanIn to happen at Hoot Owl. Mr. 'Brandon's a stamped addressed en-

'J to the step, clinging to the hand rails, "Know him?" another listener asked a checked apron, her face flushed as explanation of the 1fire and dynamiting velope for reply when writing for

,. staring ahead, ready to let go If the the narrator. by stove heat, entered hastily. Is that you made an enemy of Bull any information

worst, and the highly probable, hap- "Not the kid. I know Brandon, nd "Yes, dearie- Well !"stopping i In Duval and his friends and'that they

pened. 1 know Tim Jeffers. Top loaded for surprise. : are striking back for spite. That Household Hint

t The curve was there, a train's length him three winters. If Tim's back "Aunt Em, this Is Mr. Elliott."- sounds reasonable, doesn't! It?" Lemon and salt blended will do a

beyond. there's a hot scrap on and .. gosh "How d'y do !I" Her voice was full "Yes," said Ben, unwilling to argue good deal toward removing rust from

: It-was-there, the l length their locomotive but I like scraps." and deep, like a man's. "I've seen you, any such point with her. something that has been pressed with

ahead. The trucks tookIt "Mean you're pulling. for Tincup?" young man, and If I was a hand to say At this juncture Aunt Em came In too hot an iron. Hold the garmentover

with a screech and a bounce and ay' "I'll say I am !I" what most folks say I'd tell you thatI with food that was surpassingly fine steam after you have applied

e>., ,':. grind. She turned sharply and Ben The bearded man cleared his throat. feel like we're old friends." She and for an hour they sat and talked the lemon and salt cure. Repetitionof

,;."tfi, thought he felt her tipping, tilting, the "You think, then, that the lad's gota shook hands vigorously "You're a while darkness fell. the treatment should remove the

; step beneath his feet rising as the force chance of making It against Bran- big young feller, Ben Elliott!"-eye Ben was rising to go when the door- stain.

: that strove them off at a tangent asserted don?" he asked. ing him up and down. bell rang. Aunt Em went to' answer
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\ -t Itself. He swung far out, "It sure looks as If he had a chance. Dawn laughed again as she. drew off the summons and as a man's voice

.:i 'i\ to give her that much more balance, With old Tincup shanty boys hitting her coat. : sounded! In the hallway Dawn broke

and they were straightening out with back for their stamping grounds his "Don't you tell a soul, Aunt. Em, frut 'short what she had started to say.; A 0e

A the loads thundering and clanking and moment later Nicholas Brandon en- ,
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i realizing that for the Interval his lungs SYNOPSIS.. The man's face, as he crossed the

I i.- had not functioned. threshold and saw Ben, was a study Be Sure They Properly
Ben Elliott-from "Yonder"-arrives at the lumbering town of with
< Elliott looked back again. Tim's Tincup Lights flickered 'n his black eyes, a Cleanse the Blood
Pon Stuart, old, very sick man, whom he has befriended. He defeats Bull Duval
\ knees were bent still lower. He was "king of the river," and town bully In a los-blrllng contest. Nicholas Brandon, faint flush whipped up over his dead; kidneys are constantly filter-

leaning far to the right and he nodded the town's leading citizen, resents Stuart's presence, trying to force him to leave white cheeks and he opened his lips YOUR matter from the blood
town and Elliott, resenting the act, knocks him down. Elliott Is arrested and
sharply as if in triumph. as In a light gasp of surprise or else' stream. But kidneys sometimes lag in
.... finds a friend In' Judge Able Armltage. The judge hires him to run the one lumber -
.. And now they charged at the bridge, to sharp speech. their work-do nature in
preparatory not act as
I camp, the Hoot Owl, that Brandon has not been able to grab. This belongsto
: t at that rough, new crossing of Hoot Dawn McManus, whose father has disappeared with a murder charge hangIng But he gathered himself on the in- tended-fail to remove impurities that

Owl. The engine bounced and quivered over his head. Brandon sends Duval to beat 'up Ben, and Ben worsts him stant, moved directly to Dawn and poison the system when retained.
\ : and seemed to stumble as she in a fist fight and throws him out of camp. Don Stuart dies, leaving a letter for with an even, kindly tone greeted her. Then you may suffer nagging backache -
: Flllott "to be used when the going becomes too tough." Ben refuses to open 'the dizziness, scanty or too frequent
took the
I newly laid track. But she held
I letter, believing he can win the fight by his own efforts. Fire breaks put in the The girl turned a* Brandon still urination, getting up at night, swollen
slammed back to balance and her tires mill. Ben leading the victorious fight against the flames, discovers the fire was her hand and Ben thought she was limbs; feel nervous, miserableall -
1\ ; chewed the frost, and they were over started with gasoline. Elliott gets an offer of spot cash for logs, that will pro-' moving it cently for release. upset.Don't.
vide money to tide him over. But a definite time limit Is set. Ben meets Dawn
and charging the rise beyond "Mr. Elliott' I think you must know delay! Use Doan's Pills.Doan's .
i McManus and discovers she is not a child, as he had supposed, but a beautiful I
'r f I Ben clambered back Into the cab and yrunj woman. The railroad bridge over which the Hoot Owl lumber must pass, Mr. Brandon." Ben bowed, a bit stiffly. are especially) for poorly functioning '

tugged at the throttle, cursing because and at once, to meet the time limit Imposed In the contract Is blown up. By ."Yes," he said. "Yes. I met him kidneys. They are recommended
: I It would not open wider. fie strained superhuman efforts Ben builds a new bridge overnight. once.." by grateful users the countryover. I'
I Get them from any druggist.PARKER'S .
as though by his very posture to help Then, Nicholas ,Brandon did an amaz-

the machinery meet that demand upon chances are getting better. Ever been, I we are going to have tea If his ing thing, which went far In explaining B

I it. Nobly, the little locomotive breasted in Tincup. Martin?" I shanty boys ever heard about it they Dawn's skeptdsm of ',the town's attI-

!; the rise ; bravely she lunged Into that The other closed the blade of his might think he was too much civilizedfor tude toward him to Elliott He laughed.He .

I .. .. hill with the exhaust roaring fit to beat pocket knife and pulled at the lobe of them. laughed' easily, naturally, and In

J, the rusted, burned stack from her. his left ear with his right hand. "Pshaw! As If what other folks the' laughter ''was an admission of embarrassment -

;- i) She spat cinders and smoke high Into "I've heard of the place," he said think counts !i" She looked narrowly at which rang true. '

.4i the air and the steam clouds from quietly Dawn and Ben saw the girl's face "Indeed we have Under different HAIR BALSAM

leaking gaskets enveloped Elliott, curlIng "Better hoist your turkey and come: change. "It's what I've told Dawn circumstances How are you today, o RemoTei Dandroff-Stopi Falling

about him, shutting off his view. along with me. Likely he could finda ever since she was little, Ben that' Elliott?" He advanced and extendedhis Ltva Beauty Impart to Gray Color and Faded and Hair

They were slowing, now. The roar- for, it's what think about own self hand still smiling and Ben 60c and$1.00 at Draxgiita.Chero .
place a good bookkeeper. you your was so H- .Wk .Putrhogne,N.Y.
Ing drum of the exhaust had droppednow'to Martin smiled oddly but made no that. matters ; not what anybody else amazed that mechanically he accepted FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in

a sharp panting. other response.In thinks. Well You two .set and I'll it. "Yes, we've met before,"-turning ConneetionwithParker*sHairBalsam.Mskesthe
hair soft and fluffy. 60 cents by mail or at drag
They were half-way up before he far flung camps and mill towns get tea." > to Dawn and Aunt Em-"under quite gists.Eiscox Chemical Works Patchogue N.Y.

touched the reserve lever. He let It the story was being.repeated, just such She hurried out and Ben drew upa distressing circumstances. We met on

down slowly a notch at a time, using were leaving jobs and turning comfortable chair before the fire. unfriendly ground and both lost our
mep
every last Inch of the momentum he QUICK RELIEF
II had their faces toward Tincup, known In the half hour that elapsed before heads a little. I hope Mr. Elliottdoesn't I
gained.
Up, now. threequartersof
through the Lake states for the tyranny the older woman returned Ben learned harbor any resentment. As far
the Ben From Heartburnby
way. could see the that Nicholas Brandon had exercised much about Dawn McManus This as I'm concerned I've only regret for
rails on the bit of level going at the "
\ top. Up another train's length slowing there so many years. \ was her house, her home. ,Aunt Em the affair! chewing one or
TO BE CONTINUED.
I Ben with his fev* Able's then a had been housekeeper
with each foot gained. Afar off, across sitting on young woman more Milnesia Wafers
the desk In the Justice's office, grinned there after Dawn's mother died.
I snow-blanketed and Trees
country, a plumeof People
'I broadly as he told of the latest develop- She had stayed on. keeping the placeup You can obtain a full size 20c packageof
white trailed break Ever notice that like
vapor a In the ... people are Milnesia Wafers containing twelve
the Job. through the that Dawn was
ments on
forests. That was the local, crossing years trees? Some are like the poplar, full adult doses by furnishing us with
the river, swinging in toward his sid "Sixty-four men In camp this morn- away at school, making a living for straight and ,beautiful, writes Anna the name of your local druggist if be

\ ing. Ing," he said. "Over thirty of 'em new herself by baking, and now 'that Dawn' Carlson In McPherson Mo.) Repub does not happen to carry Milnesia

\ "Go It, girl Go It, girl I" he yelledat and the best looking bunch of loggersI've was home again she was the girl's' lican. They are good to look at and Wafers in stock, by enclosing lOc in
the seen since I was a kid." closest friend and only confidant coin or postage stamps. Address t
engine, swinging one fist they are so busy keeping up appearances -
I She shoved her nose over the crest, Able glanced at a letter he had been "There are so many people here now that they neglect to spread out SELECT PRODUCTS INC-
Island City N. Y.
I v seeming to weave It from side as In holding. who are not No, I'll put It the and give a bit of shade to, weary way 4402 23rd St., Lone

I III!( distress. Her drivers slipped and spun "And with the Milwaukee people other ways I'm, not congenial; com farers. Perhaps they are unwilling to My Name it.___...___._.___...___.____.

F ? :'t a half turn ; caught on sand. held. She standing ready to finance us it looks as pany for lD'lDy"people: In this country.It touch branches with the more common Sir,"Addrsr--------------------------

'- began a stuttering, dying puff. The I I If you might, maybe, perhaps be get Isn't their fault. It's wholly mine." trees. They sap the ground for their Tour &SOate---------------------------

sound wavered. She seemed to stop. ting ready to find It all down hill and Her manner, which had been easy, be- own sustenance and comfort and give My Drllllisl'S Name it.of .._._._._____._____. .;
and cleared her cylinders with a short shady, Ben. I think that Interesting gan to stiffen a bit, Ben thought,. as nothing In return. Then there are oth-

belch. this particular bank Is the best piece though she steeled herself for an ordeal er folk, who, like the cottonwood reach StredAIa'rcss---------------------------. ,1

She was on top.Her last breath had' of work you've done yet." out unselfishly and share with the hundreds Tows&State--------------------------- )i

turned the trick. "Nothing, Able. All I had to show "People have arIght to their opinions who come within the range of

"Hold to It, old timer I Bold to It !1" was what we were doing. They can't of course. Evidence: was strong their Influence. They are not affected

Ben croaked. lose with the lumber behind their against my father. But he was no by drouths or the winds of adversity

The first car gained the crest. The notes." killer. He'never farmed anyone. I'm because their roots reach down to the

locomotive was on the down grade, "Unless Brandon finds a way. sure of that. Wren| people think of fountainhead of the ever-flowing wa-
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The Clewiston News Pafford, Elizabeth Wlnn, Benlah rumors of what was going to B. Mershon GUS' BATH
Guthrie, Janice Wynn, Alice Cowart, With anyone attempting to
James Southard, Owen Winn, John their places of business ,on AGENT Palm Beach
Published every Friday In Clewiston, Poole, Frances Wright Mrs. Eugene but it was soon generally
}Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, McKenzie and sister, Mrs. A. V. that an agreement had been York Life Lockers and Suits for rent .
Inc. Southard and daughter, Eleanor, on Saturday afternoon
Mrs. Cowart and son, James, Mrs. there would be further Company Cottages and Furnished Rooms for

Keathley Bowden, Editor W. Wi. Perry, Mrs. H. O. Peters, Mrs. prosecutions for violations Week-end Parties.
I. M. Pafford, Mrs.' Grover Poole, old and far out-of-date FLORIDA, Welcome to our Ocean. 'Phone 0313 w' >
and Mrs. V. does not allow Sunday .
Entered as1 second class mail mat- Mrs. Bernard Herring,
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post A. Allen. the opening of any place M. CCUSE

Office fn Clewiston, Florida, under On Sunday evening, July 21, in ness County on Sunday.Judge Rider ..1 .JI......................................................................................
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the Act of March 3, 1897. and Attorney at Law .a'
place of the regular church service, News that F. Watts Hall Hopkins Building
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. the commencement exercises for the drawn his warrant against )' and Saturdays
Advertising rates on applicatIon. Daily Vacation Bible School were Case for operation of the 9:30 to 4:00
held. An Interesting program was show on Sunday night, July Good FarmLand
Devoted to the advancement and put on, featuring work done in the the understanding that Mr. . .
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry various departments, together with operate the show on }

County. I choruses, hymns, and prayers learned further until the new City :: and Used ::
during the session. Following the sioners took office, which
program the back rooms of the agreed to do, which will be ; I
BACK INTO TIlE HANDS church were thrown open, and the day, August 6. ::1|: RNI' rURE :: I for Rent
OF THE BOOTLEGGERS handwork of the different depart- t
In a statement to the yi .
-- ments displayed. This broughtto I ,
was
Back there awhile, right after the an end a very successful two Case stated that he would I i I >
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the picture show on BELLE GLADE i I
repeal of prohibition, and for a few weeks of Daily Vacation Bible 8)L. "
August 10, and that ho was
months following, things looked School. It Is to be hoped that next arrangements to book a :;: COMPANY :: 1 ,
pretty black for the bootlegger. Dis- year the school will be even more
show for that date.
tillers and dealers were vying with successful.A x I

legitimate competitors In offering [ ; Glade, Florida ...;'. II
their best wares at the lowest pos- Word of Appreciation Tommy Jones, a member .:. I > _Trespassers
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:: xt Door To Theatre .'
force {
sible prices. "" I wish to take this opportunityto engineering who j ;
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The situation, this summer, ,however -' express publicly my appreciationto working in Clewiston, ';' I Will, Be
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has changed and the bootlegger those who made the Daily Vaca- transferred to LaBelle. v }vv } } }v

with his rotgut wares, Is back tion Bible School possible. To the Mrs. Cecil Jackman, I ProsecutedClewiston
again, running numerous establish- teachers to Mrs. V. A. Allen for tending summer school at i
ments where bootleg liquor may be her able handling of the Primary visited with her husband FURNISHED ON
obtained in a manner even more flagrant department, and her directing of the Jackman, and her REQUEST
than the old speakeasy system. music; to Mrs. Bernard Herringand Laura Hull over the
The favorite manner of operatingis Mrs. Arthur King for their Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mills E. STEBEL
to purchase a license to do busi- splendid work with the Junior department sons, Solon and Junior,
ness in beer and wine, an opera- and .to Mrs. Herring for LaBelle and Ft. Denaud Contracting I H f
tion which sets the bootlegger back to Mrs. Grover The
her work at the piano; take their house guest,
only a fraction of the sum the reputable of PHONE 2121
Poole for her able directing I Crews back to her home in
retail 'dealer pays for his li- the work of the Intermediate department -i naud. While in Ft. Denaud FLORIDA

censes. and to Mr._ Arthur King ited with Mrs. Mills
The customer' who enters one of for his good work in the Boys' Handwork and Mrs. Solon Crews. Agent for
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these places sees only a displayofbeer department. To all the helpers. Mrs. George F. Lloyd, and ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS Company:
and wine. The bartender, how-', who came iii so cheerfully to tell the ers, Ruth and Dorothy, I I i
ever, is quick to explain that "hard" habit stories and to help the teachers. -i Marie Hampton motored to RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES

liquor, of any well known brand, (Continued on Page I .......................................................................................r...
may be obtained, tax free, and so I would like to express my appre-

at a cheaper price than that quotedby ciation, also, for the 'willingness of I -- ----------
the licensed dealer. the Sunday school to finance 'the .
The customer buys, and the legi- Bible School. Much depends on proper .
timate, taxpaying dealer immediately I materials, and proper materialstake
not only loses a sale but usually .
a customer as well. money.To the parents who so nobly cooperated -i .
So critical is the revival of the in sending their childrenand try Gulf 3 weeksIN

bootlegging situation nationally that in helping with the picnic, I.. .t
the Federal Government has"been give my sincere vote of thanks, as'
asked to extend the 12-mile limit for well as to all friends who have help- .
contraband liquor seizures to a wid- ed in any way' whatever. ,
er radius, a move designed to ,cir- Finally, I speak for the Bible THE IITRAfFI ( COURTJi'3
cumvent a big fleet of foreign liquor Class for the flags which they. BO
laden vessels now lying off the kindly donated for our use.
American coast. ROBERT F. PAXTON, Jr.,
As far as Tampa is concerned, the Supply Pastor.FLaBELLE .
return of the bootlegger may be at- Wanted: A fair trialIf
tributed to three causes: NEWS
1. Excessive City license fees. it's been some time since you've
2. Excessive State tax on bottled used Gulf,try it 3 weeks-then giveus
spirits. your verdict:
KIRBY THOMPSON NAMED ,. .
3. Failure of the authorities to SCREW WORM SUPERVISOR Try it in traffic: Starts Crawls. r

enforce the-law. Get-aways.Climbs.There's no fairer : ,
Little can be done, at least at test-and we think you'll confirm a tf
present, about license fees Kirby Thompson has been appointed -
of the recent judgment. : .,
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State's tax of 10 cents a pint or 20 County Supervisor for Col- Y y 19 q :
lier, Lee, Glades and Hendry coun-
cents a quart on distilled liquor. Judges
ties in the Government's fight to 750 Turned
But, with Federal, city, state and
eliminate the from this I
screw worm !
county governments all directly Interested We went to 750 owners of aver- ;
and has. started the active
in seeing that the liquor territory age cars-asked them to judge Gulf '!!r'
business is operated legitimately it fight. against their regular brands on
should be no job at all to meet this Mr. Thompson was in. Arcadia last mileage, starting, pickup, power,
new bootlegging menace with effec- week where he attended the Govern- all-around performance. > :
tive action. No other business wouldbe ment training school for the county
permitted to operate without supervisors of this district and is Gulf Won the Verdict
proper licenses and safeguards to thoroughly familiar with the screw
the public health and safety. worm and ',fly which is causing far At the end of the trial, 7 out of 10
Why exempt, of all people, the more damage to the stock than the voted Gulf superior on one or more of
bootlegger-Tampa Times. ticks ever did. 47,000 head of stock the 5 counts-many on all five.

was lost in this state last year due Reason? Controlled refining
COMMUNITY' CHURCH NOTESOn to the screw worm, according to makes Gulf 5 good gasolines in one.

,,Government figures. Gives it not only 2 or>3-but all five ..
Friday, July 19, at the close of In a statement to the Hendry qualities of a perfect gasoline. -
the Daily Vacation Bible School County News Mr. Thompson stated Try That Good Gulf 3 weeks-
twenty-three 'children, with someparent's that on account of his territory being and you'll be an addict! ;
and teachers, climbed into so large he would not be avail-
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autos and went to LaBelle where a able at all times but that/those who GULF REFINING COMPANY } AQ
picnic was held. After a swim in the wanted small quantities of benzol
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pool, picnic lunch was served in the\ and pine tar oil which is being usedto
community club rooms of the Ever- treat the cases they could get it What tip on"pickup" I.,
ett Hotel; which were used by gen- from W. T. Hull, Clerk of the'Cir- can cutdown gasoline y

erous permission of the manage- cult Court. bills?You'll find the ..
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ment. Games were played after answer in this Gulf ; ; ..
lunch and all agreed that they hada SUNDAY BLUE LAWS >CLOSE Booklet,plus 14 other
good time. Those present were MANY BUSINESSES valuable economy

Mary Nell Christian, Mammie John- hints.Free at the Sign
son, Junior Mills, Shirley Moon, Citizens of LaBelle awoke Sunday of the Orange Disc.
Billy Perry, LaDeen Peters, Alfred morning with many places of business -
Southard, Nancy Wright! Joan closed and none knowing just
Crouch, Richard Simpson, Annette where they were as to the enforce-
Simpson, Marjorie Allen, Jimmy ment of a Sunday Blue Law. Fora THAT GOOD GU GN
Butler, Gracie Ward, Jacqueline Mc- while the people were not able to .
Kenzie, Eugene McKenzie, Anne I get ice as there had been various

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i FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1935 THE CLEWISTONI !NEWS .

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...................................................................................' Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Littlejohn left Wilfred Lockhart assisted Mrs. Mr. McClelland was stationed last COTTAGE FOR RENT-Near coun-
.1 Thursday for Atlanta where Mr. Lit- Beardsley as joint hostess. winter at ,Lake Harbor and since ty line. See Gus CantrelL tf

Personal i MentionPeggy tlejohn is to be at Camp McPherson The devotional service was in that time has been in Haines City "

for several weeks training.J. charge of Mrs. R. F. Saxon, Sr., and Lakeland. I :

::..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;. with a program arranged by Mrs.

Gallant is spending thin B. Bachmann and Charles Dar- Beardsley. Rev.R. F. Paxton gave a I
i week in West Palm Beach., nell, of the district U. S. Engineer talk and plans were laid for,, a seriesof FORT MYERS BEACH HOTEL You Wreck 'Em '
I 1: office in Jacksonville visited the,,Engineer benefit luncheons to be held dur- Special Summer Rates
J i S 1. Arcadia sub-office here Wednesday., ing August and September. I We Fix 'Em'
L. B. Mershon, of. was a
: For Reservations phone or write
I III I business visitor here ,Tuesday.. There was an unusually large at-
I i Mr. an'd Mrs. Keathley Bovvdenand tendance with nearly forty membersand Mrs. George W. Smith, Hostess. I PAINTING BODY AND

I I Kay returned Saturday visitors present. Refreshmentsof FENDER WORK ,
I Mrs. Roy Alston was a visitor, in son ; 'I
: West Palm Beach Tuesday. from Fort ,Myers Beach where they iced chocolate and cup cakes TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY
have several weeks' vacation. were served by the hostesses.The .
spent i FOR SALE.:.-One mule: Also 30-
Mi'. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman left next meeting will be with I acres of cleared farming land for Done An
i Monday to spend a week in Miami.Mr. Fred McKenzie and Glenn V. Scott Mrs. I, M. Pafford with Mrs. W. W. rent. Located two miles from by Expert ', ."
Courteous Service ,
Perry as Joint hostess. : :'
were in Jacksonville this week to Clewiston. House to go with land : ;
and Mrs. Wi. A. Cook returned attend the letting of the contract for if desired. See Mrs. J. M. Smith, Work Guaranteed.
Sunday from a visit in Tampa. the Ortona Locks at the district tJ. E. A' McCLELLAM IS NEW over '-Democrat" Office., Moore I Prices Reasonable.
I a S. Engineer office Wednesday ACL OPERATOR AXD CLERK Haven. N. D. It.
I
Emmett Shelley; returned last' -- PIONEERService
week from a visit in Cuthbert, Ga. Lieut. Richardson Selee, J. B. E. V. McClelland arrived here this
Dotterer and A. R'' Broaclfoot returned week to take the position of clerk Station

J. Irwin ,Davis, of Albany, Ga, is Thursday from Jacksonville and telegraph operator at the ,A. C. FOR SALE-10 acres good muck
a business visitor in town this week. where they had been to attend the L. station replacing J. O. Routh who land, good house, plenty'of good BELLE GLADE PHONE 10

-- ,I opening of bids on the Ortona lock has been transferred to Winston, water, two miles from Clewiston. Wrecker Service at All Hours
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Miss Marcia Avant returned Sun- I project.. Fla., near Lakeland. Lillah Barrett. 3tA16

day from a week's vacation in Mi
ami. The many friends of Lawson B.
,
; Jones will regret to learn of the !:Ii1 );!IIIIIIIIIIIIIi lliillLt_ lIlIlllIlllllltIJ llllIlllllllll 11I11IlIlilll! J\IIIIIIIIIIIIIII\ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIjlSiI"III1"IIII1: l !lllIilllllll! IIIIIIIIIIIIIII llIi1I! y;
Mr. and Mrs. R. Boe, of Moore death of his father which occurred 1 e ,
Haven, were Clewiston visitors Tues- ,suddenly at his home in Orlando I
day. Thursday. Mr. Jones left for Orlandoas
soon as he received, the sad news. I "

, Miss Maxine Davis, of Lakeland, LOOK.! LOOK! !
is the guest of Mrs., Fred A. Mc- Mrs. G. B. Thomas and daughter, LOOK!! !

Kenzie. Louise, and Mrs. R. A. Ballard arrived -

i here this morning to spend __ JiiiI:1',11I .
Mr.: and Mrs. Fred J. Nebiker and the day. :Mrs.: Thomas is staying inSt.

Bobbie spent Saturday in Fort Petersburg during the time Mr.
son, ,
Myers.. Hospital Thomas is as confined the result in of the injuries Veteran's,received W e list here only a few of the

in a car wreck two weeks
! (4r Mr, and Mrs. L. N. Giles motored
. ago. She states that his injuries have
); 1 to West Palm Beach and Stuart
I been found to be less severe than values which
Sunday.T. outstanding are on
I was at first believed, that he is recovering -
as rapidly as possible andis
B. Shelley and C. E. Nail returned -
expecting to be discharged from
Saturday from a ten day stayin '
the hospital by the first of September sale at Greene's
Miami. .
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I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson are
EZELLES EXTERTAIX FOR
: leaving today for a vacation in Mar- )In. AND :MRS. DURREXCE .... .0................. ...........
ietta, Ga.
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I Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle entertained III.
Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., returned last LADIES FLAT CREPE
Thursday evening with abridge MENS WASH PANTS
1 week-end from a visit with relatives
and Michigan rummy party J r DRESSES f foj
I in Georgia.
I honoring Mr. and Mrs. Foy Dur-

Mrs. H. A: Land and son, Gene, rence. $1.29 Pair 79 -
$1.
Mr. Durrence and Mrs. J. A.
are moving to Okeechobee City to .
Rumbley received high scores at
join Mr. Land.
bridge while Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
.
----- Lawrence took the honors at Michi- I .: :
Mrs.A. W. Sias, :Mrs. A. W. Law- ,
C. Hooker gan. Mrs. A.V.. Sias won the cut PURE SILK HOSE BOYS POLO AND SWEATSHIRTS
rence and Mrs. W. spent
/ prize and Mrs. Durrence was -
Tuesday, in West Palm. Beach. presented Full Fashioned .
with a lovely piece of potteryas
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I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Sparks returned the honor guest. ,
49c Pair H' 49c !
i Sunday from two weeks in Sherbet and cake Tvere" servedto : ', .=
! : Mr. and Mrs. A., W.Sias, Mr. and I: :
Jacksonville and Clayton, Ga. ,
Irs. J. A. Rumbley::, Mr. and Mrs.A. II

Mrs. Richardson Selee returned W. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs., T. -
: from month's visit with B. Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kol-
Sunday a I
relatives in Terre Haute, Indiana. stad, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail and fILE PACKAGE DAY

'. \Ir. and Mrs. Durrence.

: ( Mr. and Mrs. Richard Small announce FREE
S ..'" the birth of a son last Mon- ms. GROVER HOSTESS POOLE TO BRIDGE is CLUB RLL PICK YOUR OWN J I

day, July 29, weight 8 pounds. I -..-- I I FREE PACKAGESA.T.U.R.D.A.Y I

Mrs. Grover C. Poole entertained:
Miss Ulla Jacobsen returned Sunday -
her bridge club Wednesday after- I
after spending the past six :
noon at her home on the government
., : O.N.L.Y
reeks visiting-in Tampa and Miami.D. reservation. .. I

High score; prize, a home made )
G. Alston
returned Thursdayfrom alee: was won by Mrs. J. W. Ezelle; j
his vacation which he spent in low prize, lingerie, was given Mrs.H. One Free Each Customer With r
Georgia. and at Hot Springs,'Arkansas. R. Hall; two decks of cards were Package to

given as cut, prize to Mrs. J.' W.

Mrs. L. C. Miller returned over Bruce.Ice cream, sandwiches. and cake Purchase Each PackageS

the week-end from Jacksonville and were served to Mesdames H. R. $3.00 or more .

Mayport, where she has been visit- Hall, J. W. Ezelle, I. M. Pafford, T. I II 1

r ing. B. Shelley... J.V'. McDonald J. W.
r Bruce and J. B. Dotterer. Contains Prizes in Value From to $5.00
25C
f: Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Mitchell and

i daughter, Fay Lou, returned Sunday LADIES AID MEETSWITH I I
; j from Panama City ,and Chatta- MRS. BEARDSLEY
nooga. ,\ !} Such as Silk Hose-Under WearPanties.Dresses- Gloves-

The Ladies Aid of the Community t:
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mowry and Church held the regular monthly Pocket Books-Etc. .

son, John, returned last week-end meeting Thursday afternoon at the .

p from their vacation of two weeks in home of Mrs.. J. E. Beaidsley. Mrs. NO EXCHANGES, SWAPS OR TRADE INS, YOUR CHOICEIS

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Mr. and Mrs. W., C. Prewitt left I .
; Sunday for New Oilcans: and Miss- > I
' issippi for a few weeks visit with

4t relatives., FOR BOYS OVERALLS LADIES ALL SILK'DANCE
I.!
Mrs. Leah Spicer and daughter,I Heavy Weight SETS

Roberta, returned Saturday from :a I
ten days visit in Miami with Miss 63c '" '. 93c Set.
Betty Spicer.
SALE

Mrs. ''E., W. Digges and children,
Josephine and Bill, and Mrs. J. F.
McLure, Jr., spent Tuesday in Wes LADIES SLIPS MENS'HEAVY DUTY'

Palm Beach. All of my household Shadow Panel, Straight Cut, DUCK HEAD WORK SUITS '

Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Horn are goods must be sold at Adjustable Straps, each Pants and Shirt II'
leaving today to make their home in "

Belle Glade where Mr. Van Horneis once. Can be seen
now located. 98c S Suit $2.06
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Monday, Wednesdayand I'
Mis.. F. "Deane Duff is leaving thistJ

week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday of Next I f
, F. E. Bryant, for a ten days vacation
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: in North Carolina.Mrs. Week. : G]reene s Dry Goods Co., Inc. =

William H. Mills and daughter -. 1 -
= "Where Quality ,Meets Economy"CLEWISTON .
" Rose Ann, returned Sunday '
from a five weeks' vacation spent in MRS. O. C.,BENBOWAt FLORIDA

Laredo; Tex., and in Old Mexico. .
They made the trip by boat from Benbow: Camp

Galveston Lt. Mills meeting them I liiiiiiKrHiiiiiiMg:11 IIIIIIIII"111 .Jl!!!! UJ 9i I If Ii
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A" OUR COMIC SECTIONTHE oHunra _.u.PATTERN..._._._ ._.,JJ230..,.... .__, ,_

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MINUTEt MOREOF (( POM'T You WANT COLD FACTSIn gf:

;" I WANT To LOOK IN! ME To 8E'BEAUTIFUL
iy' -THAT UNK2 the dimly lit conservatory Herbert -
J. 1 LrHr S WINDOW L f had asked Elsie to marry him.
let i'r
I /I She had consented with fitting mod >. ,

It / esty.
.:" ffl:3o "Bertie, dear," she murmured, "amI
ll the only girl-"

"Now, look here, dearest," he Interrupted /' 1 ,. /,
II I / I h "don't ask me If you are the i
f only girl I ever loved. You know as
t': well as I do that-" &s

: "Oh, that wasn't the question at all. J
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Bertie," she //answered. "I was just 3 O.

:. going to ask you If I was the only \ 't > S.4( ;

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II 1 -Which of yer two fellers y'
The smart business girl has her
gonna marry, sis?
rules for chic-tailored femI-
own
do know?
Sister-Why you want to
here's the frock'
nine simplicity. And
Jimmy-Well, I don't wanna waste
my valuable time bothering with the that obeys the dictates of fashion
1 wrong one. and utility. There's a world of youthful -
WMtern Newspaper Union charm in that simple collar and

flattering curved ;yoke that cuts intoa
Remedy for Caterpillars
bodice with the very new "bosom

I FINNEY OF THE FORCE ASL?S5L! A Smooth One The gardener.inquisitive She woman asked a was lot worryingthe of meaningless and back" fulness. The paneled skirt

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breaks into pleats just in time to

AN TrJERe> SFRGEANT 'Lol SLICKGo Now, YOU KNOW THEY RELEASED ME "What questions.steps do you take. with caterpillars give you lots of walking freedom.
THIS MORNINS-NO Wear the sleeve puffed or flared-let
HAVE A WORD
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Mk( i NA CoNFESS ? she asked.
OU ? EVIDENCE AGAINST HE SAID HE / your "type" be your guide. Because
WITN 1ER CROIMES/ ? "'ell, mum, said the exasperated
---i' CLAD1WHAT every smart business girl will choose
THE WAWUZ
ME-BY
;gardener, ""I takes half-a-dozen steps
Thc this pattern and run up several in
MEET SICH A
DID YOUR
into our nearest field and turns the
the evenings, the frock pictured has
CHIEF SAY AFTER POLISHED caterpillars round three times so that
been kept especially simple. Choosea
i SOT they ;gets giddy and don't know their
CENT cheery flower print silk on a dark
<:\\. > OUT ? way had: ground-or a washable pastel.

,. Pattern 2230::! Is available in sizes
Involuntary Servitude
14, 1C, IS, 20, 32, 34, 3G, 3S, 40 and 42.
"Are you going to assist in the dis-
Size 1C takes 3% yards 39-inch:: fab-
tribution of relief funds?
ric. Illustrated step-by-step sewing
c "As much as I can" answered Senator
instructions included. L \
f II Sorghum. :
"But without getting Into politics"' Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) In t.

I r I II "My: friend, out 'where I live any- coins or stamps (coins preferred)

1 body who has a say concerning threeof for this pattern. Write plainly name,
I address and style number. BE SURE
four billions of dollars is in politics
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whether he likes It or not"First TO STATE SIZE.

I Address orders to Sewing Circle
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enteenth street New York.
HE SID, DID J WELLTo WURRDS WELLV/HAT, \ HE SAID 1EZ "Do you think the English speak" ,
better English than Americans do?
HE SAY, / THAT EFFECT EXACTLY W1JZ A SLIPPERY asked the educator."No .
TMAT FUR, MEANING DISTANT
sir!" answered Senator Sorg-
l r--- Mil Cr Teacher-Tommy, can :you spell
hum. "Why; our political vocabulary fur?
Includes basic monosyllables that the
'" Tommy-Yes'm, f-u-r, fur.
English forgot ago.
-- years
Teacher-Correct. Now can you
i ; tell me what fur is?
\ ; A Sad Philosophy Tommy-Yes'm. Fur is an awful

"Aren't you proposing too many long ways off.
laws?"

I "Maybe," said Senator Sorghum. Without Leave

.5 "But some of my more prosperous Alice-What do you mean by kIssIng -
friends like them. The more laws me without permission?

there are the more profitable becomesthe Al-Forgive' me. I just couldn't

pull that permits evasion." help m 'self.AliceBut.

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NOT BITING"Don't nouncement that there was "standingroom IMPOSSIBLE ( ?) iY
I I only." I

,, x The little boy's chin quivered, and ,
\ the man asked what was the matter. Al."
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In a theater," wailed the kid. "I wantto
tJ go in."-Cleveland Plain Dealer: I

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He pondered over the menu for quitea

long time. At last he looked up. "Dearest," he murmured, as soon as
"I see ;you have six of my favorite
they were seated in the highest priced l r
li I rIII dishes on the menu .toda ', waiter," he restaurant, "you can have anything you 4 ri _

Ill ll i'I .i't' ''I said. "Which do you specially recommend want on the bill of fare. Shall I readit
I
I 1"TIle "The Idea of her saying that my hair off to you?"

waiter, whose position in the is gray." "No," she..replied hungrily. "I'll Just
you think that fishing Is' good restaurant expired at the end of the "Simply ridiculous! As if you'd have read It off to the waiter."

exercise week, sniffed. gray hair." ----- .-
"Yes, for the Imagination." "Well, sir," he said in a hoarse whIs- Hevven Help Us -5' -

per, "if I were you I'd take the stew One-Family Town Small Boy (visiting the senate cham- '

Sole Survivor and have the whole lot I"-El Paso The Visitor-ThIs seems a deadly ber at Washington)-Does the chaplain Ib' ./"
Housewife (to tramp)-I know you. World News. dull town. How's the society here? pray for the senators?

You are one of the tramps that I gavea The Resident-To tell the truth, old Father-No. he comes In, looks _
pie to last -summer. / Insidious Blow chap, our own family is all that makes around and then prays for the coun-
Tramp-You are right, madam. You "Another Insidious blow has been this place worth living in. If we try.
gave it to three of us. I am the sole dealt to us Communists," exclaimed should move away we wouldn't care

survivor.-Pathfinder :Magazine.: the sidewalk orator. to live here. A Suitable Job
i I g
"Why don't you face the Inclement Collegiate-Father, I've decided to S

Something New weather and explain it In a soap-box Interested in Appearance"The settle down and start raising chickens. _
lie
took a youngster to the "
movies
?
speech press today speaks highly or'OU1" Father-Better take my advice and
the other evening, but turned away "I can't. They are now making the "
acting. try owls, son. Their hours will suit
from
the door
when he heard the an- soap boxes: : of pasteboard."
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---- -------- In other localities, where Professor
: IMPROVED I ]Happy Vacation PeriodBrings Shrenk found only shrubless tundra,

:1 BRISBANETHIS UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Mr. Datsky saw new growths of
timber !

SUNDAY i Joys and DutiesNow Only recently, Prof. R. T. Belknap
WEEK Lesson of the University of Michigan came

upon a pyramid of rocks and a note
,. By REV. P. B. FITZWATER D. D.. originally placed at the foot of the
... Not Constitutional Member Institute of Faculty of Chicago.Moody BIbl ,Cornell glacier by the late Professor

Flics and Black Magic Western Newspaper Union. : that vacation days are here, their friends, then the telephone Tarr. The note was dated 1S9C In

Kilkenny Cats, Again children feel a marvelous freedom I should be used to Inform the homeof 'the_time intervening, the glacier had

Pickings for LawyersIn ,Lesson for August 4 from restraint, and from tasks. It their plans-and in younger chil- moved back three-quarters of a mile
Js ,a period of readjustment, just as dren permission should be asked for from the marker.
Boston the Federal Circuit Courtof much as is the beginning of schoolin and granted, if possible, or refusedIf R. F. Griggs of the University of
Appeals decides two to one, that JOSIAH the fall. It is well for parentsto necessary Mothers' plans may Washington tells us that in the

the "New Deal"process 21- appreciate this, for by so doing have to be adjusted to suit such Alaskan tundra country the forest
2215.
cot- LESSON TEXT-II Kings
tax
on they will spare themselves and their changes, or perhaps children have line is advancing at the rate of a "
ton is unconstitu 23.GOLDEN TEXT-Thou shalt worshipthe offspring some difficult moments. I forgotten other engagements and can mile a century. Trees are now grow- ,

n .. tional. The Judges Lord thy God and him only .shalt Many young children will be Inclined then be reminded of them. ing on land which had been barren 1
: decide that "the thou serve.-Matthew 4:10. ,a
for
of PRIMARY TOPIC-When a King to rely upon mother to di- Children can learn, in tender years, 100,000 years '
power regulate congressto Inter- Read the Bible. rect their time by suggesting games, that the home is a circle made of If this keeps on, you say, Hudson
JUNIOR TOPIC-When a King Used., or little helpful tacks: made attractive different units, and while"each unit bay will eventually become a sub- .

state not commercedoes authorizeit the INTERMEDIATE Bible. AND SENIOR TOP- through the idea of relieving her of has the right to individual freedomof tropical body of water. Well, what '

\.'wt W. to tax -Thlnes That Keep God Out. work. The rest will strain at the wide latitude there remains 'the of it? It has' been several times be- "-
products
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP leash of any restraint, believing thatas : ties of the family, which should be fore, and, If geological evidence is '
either of
agriculture IC-What Our Religion Owes to Re '
anything to draw conclusions ,
school wa's their and from,
expected peculiar respected. There must be co-oper-
or Industry formers.I.
that vacation tion and it will be again.According 'i.
merely because occupation, vacation days can foster
their 1 productionmay I. Josiah, a Godly Young King (II means all play and no work. They this, however old or young the mem- to W. J. Humphries of '-,
r Indirectly affect : Kings 22 :], 2). will be Irked by requests to do minor bers. the United States weather bureau, if '9';)

interstate com- "He' did that which was right In the jobs, quite within their ability, or to Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. all the ice of the polar caps melted, (;'

merce." sight of the Lord, and turned not asideto run errands, however, few, or, perhaps the ocean levels would be raised 151 ,1.

Arthur Brisbane, This most Impor- the right hand or to the left. Aboutone even to have pleasant suggestions SMALL NEED YET feet And that's something else to ..,,
hundred elapsed between the tryout on the slide rule.-Earl
:
.
years about recreational diversions.It
tant decision if not upset by the higher "
reformation under Flezekiah and that TO WORRY ABOUT Chapin in Forum and Century.Nobility's ':"
courts will upset decidedly, the I requires careful thought on the .
I of Josiah. Sometime during this period I to the chil- ICE RECESSION ,. ];
plans of the administration in regardto part of a mother prevent
the Bonk of God's Law had been
financing bigger incomes for farm ;: dren from leaning on her too much, Obligation
lost. Two wicked kings had reigned in I Nobility imposes the obligation of
ers. in the first instance, and from be- It appears that our refrigeratingplant '
this Interval. It was Incumbent upnn coming a bit too aloof, in the second.It is breaking down. The matterof nobleness of feeling and action.
the king to have the Law of God at his
Universal Service says Abyssinia command and faithfully to read It. Acountry's Is well for the mother to have it the receding polar ice cap has fora
.will not lake Mussolini, his airplanes well-being definitely understood that she expectsto long time engaged the attention of
highest can only
and armored tanks "lying down." be told when any one of the children I scientists. Within recent times the I
be attained when it has godly rulers
Abyssinian sorcerers dealers In black goes out, and where the placeis. recession of the cap has been of
and rulers and people not .only read
work What Many adults believe it is a wise such that
C'.," magic, will against Italy. the Bible but order their lives and con- proportions evidence of it
is more dangerous thanfonagic Abys- precaution to leave such word at has been observed within the
I span
S
+v,. duct according to its teachings. Not
sinian fighting chiefs wiH"use the 'poisonous : until rulers and people return to God home, since sometimes it is desIr- of only a few decade

tsetse fly against Italian sol- I and conform their lives to the stand- able or necessary to get in touch with For instance, the Russian Arctic h

diers. These flies feeding on decayed ard of his Word can we hope for returnof them, and some one in the house expert, N. G. Datsky, in reexamining -
animal matter caught in the teeth of permanent prosperity. should know their whereabouts.It areas surveyed 40 years before, .,<:

sleeping crocodiles, get the tsetse II. The Book of the Law Found (II is well, also, to expect childrento f found that In Siberia, where his ::1

germs from the blood of the crocodilesand Kings 22 :3-10). be home promptly for meals- predecessor, Professor Shrenk, found Dr.Salter' \ '
SORE EYES .
plant them In the blood of human 1. The occasion 3-8). It was which then should be served promptly. :I eternal frost at the depth of two Eye Lotion *d
I (vv. relieves and cares sore and Jnfto.tDedeyes In2l to 18 'j
beings and cattle. while restoring the temple during Jo- If the children find themselves I meters, there was now no frost ati hours. Helps the weak eyed cores without pain. .
Slow death by "sleeping sickness," I slah's administration that the Law was unexpectedly invited to meals with :i i any depth, not even in the marshes. BcformDlspensary.P.O.BorlSl.AUanta Ask your druggist or dealer for SALTER'S.Only. '
.
leaving the body almost a skeleton, found. In clearing out the dark corners i

follows the tsetse bite. I to make repairs and to find a place it

I to store the subscriptions made by the -
Two cats hung over a line must people many lost things were found.
fight. The Kilkenny story proves It. 2. The Book read before the kingvv. .... .>'.<. : 1IiA::: i Ii1[ : S: Ail: : :::n ::: : :: : :: ;
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Mussolini has committed himself to ( 9.. 10). Upon making a reportof ti it. : ':: : : :: : :: :'::'"t,: :: :: ::;: 1tJ: : ,,((1d" '
war and once a dictator speaks positively the work to the king. Shaphan In- >: .

it is unsafe politically, for him formed him of the .finding of the Bookof

to back down, especially when other the Law of the Lord and he read

nations Interfere as France and England ,the Book before the king.

have interfered. To retreat III. The Effect of the Reading of the ,. .

cost Mussolini his prestige. Law Upon the King (II Kings 22:11- CARL,YOUR DISPLAY OF HELLO, CARL! I I"HEAR WaLI'M NOTI I NEVER DlO

Difficult also is the position of Haile 20). I TEMPER CONVINCED ME AW-YELL }%IM TOI YOU'RG [j Tri COACH LIKE 1ThS ;,1

Selassie emperor of Ethiopia. His 1. Be rent his clothes (v. 11). As I CANT USE Yoy IN THE 60 STRING HIS 6CHN6TO PLAY IN KICKED ME OUT] DOCTOR! HE'STOO "' .",,1
ho\d Is not firm. Important chiefs, the Law was read before him he was, .
: TOURNAMENTYOU'RE RACKETHE'S A TAE INTER STA1E SSfllD I LOSE W SMART..
heading various Abyssinian tribes, led to realize the awful extent of the ,
woold like his job. If he should avoid nation's departure from God. The : ALWAYS 610W1NG OP! : LOUSY COACH TENNIS TOURNAMENTyreMPEtf! 'Too HE'LL MAKE

war by yielding part of his territory to rending of the royal robes indicated ANYWAY i 'v k Mussolini, as advised by England, resulting the king's penitence and sorrow. *3f *> N *s ME VET// .

complications might Include assassination 2. The king sent a deputation 'to

-. common In tropical count make Inquiry of the Lord (vv. 12-20).
tries. He included himself In the'guilt before w
,
r God (v. 13)). His sense of sin was so
The United States Chamber of Com keen that he sent to Inquire of the Lordas } j'

merce objects to the income and in- to whether there was any means of

heritance tax program, calls It confisca diverting the divine judgments.
tion. The Involved 3. The of ''
question seems message Huldah the >' sM

simple: prophetess (vv. 15-20)). '' NRVES

Does the property of the. United a. Confirmation of what the Law

States, result of thrift and intelligence; said (vv. 15-17): She said that all the

belong to the people that created It, or curses written in the Law must fall,
is It only held In trust by them for for the sins had been so flagrant that

public use by those that for the time God's wrath could not ''be restrained.It .

being exercise powers of government? was not too late, upon repenting, to
obtain mercy from God. but outward

Owners of stock;: in Paramount-Pub- consequences of sin must be realized. A5 IVE TOLD YOU CARlYOU IF II-AP MY WAY, flDViCE IS : '': INEL -ALL CURSES.1! THAT S
lix Moving Picture selling b. Acceptance of Josiah's
: company once repent-
HAVE COFFEE-NERVES. : I'D TAKE ALLNEv CUT OUrcoFFEE RIGHT BlASfEP MEDICO/
on the market at $100.000,000 and ance (vv. 18-20). Because of his ten- ,
p, more now, worth about nothing, learn derness of heart and deep penitence ;v: TrlAT'SWrlAT CAUSES YOUR ( DOCTOR (WTrlE AND SWITCH DocIORKUOWS THAT :IP051UM.
'
i ; that in some windup proceedings lawyers the Lord said he was to be gathered to HEADACHES AND INDI66SW WORLD AMD ORowN YOU'LL IP YOU POSTUM ALWAYS

; ask for $3.000,000. That seems his grave In peace and should thus escape -AND 6ADT6MP5R 'EM! see THEDIFFERENCE : : SAY SO/ ORVE5! ME DU I '?
a good deal but you must remember all the evil brought on Jerusalemand !
f : that one New York lawyer-he will not Its people. What Huldah said was SHUCKS DOCTOR \fl

l object to being;: mentioned-the skillful true, even though Josiah died in battleII ,
COFFEE DOESN'T'
I l Louis Levy, once got more than ( Chron. 35:22-25); .
:, $1,000,000 for settling a sad misun- IV. The Reformation Instituted by HURT M

derstanding between a prosperous gentleman Josiah (II Kings 23:1-25).

f and a certain "little lady." 1. The king read the Law (vv. 1, 2).

He gathered together the Inhabitantsof
't: ) Austria seems not quite certain that Jerusalem, including the priests.

, she has had enough of the Hapsburg Levites. and elders and read unto them
I'
royal family, that has ruled and mis- the Law. What a happy scene it wouldbe
ruled an intelligent people for so long. If the President of the United

The state' council cancels a decree that States would call the representativesof .. ,'
banished Hapsburgs and took their the people together to 'hear God's tl r

". property. Young Archduke Otto, pretender law read.

to the throne, may now returnto 2. The king made a covenant before "Why was coffee harm-

I Austria. He and his mother will the Lord (v. 3). In this covenant he 1, ., ing me, Doctor? I
find themselves rich the confiscated
pledged himself: thought only children
imperial properties returned. a. To walk before the Lord. This 'r should never drink
Young Otto, a handsome C :yv3 %4 fi
boy, with meant that he would get personally ih / it!"
a somewhat peevishly conceited __
expression with God.b. .
right CARL IS PLAYING "v '4: I 'Oh, no! Many adults,
may occupy the throne. Self-gov- To keep God's commandments, sINcE CARL SWITCHED \
too find that caffein
ernment is not easily learned. :: A MARVELOUS GAME ,
his testimonies and ,his statutes. This TO
POSTUMIHE'S c ); :.w in coffee can upset
obedience to be heart obedience. .' BUrAREtI T You <
was a 1 \ FELTSOGOOP y v< digestion,.or nerves,
Anti-Semitic riots In Berlin includedthe c.. To perform the words of covenant AFRAID HE'LL BLOW UP?) THAT I NOTHINGUPSETS) or.prevent sound steep! *
usual cowardice that
accompanies which were written in this Book. The .
display of religious hatred, no matterby king not only entered Into this sincerely HIM If you believe coffee disagrees with you try Pos
what race or religion. The "proud but caused all who to
were present tum for 30 days. Postum contains no caffein. It's
Aryans" bullied, beat and kicked Jewish .
"stand to" It.
simply whole wheat and bran, roasted and slightly
men and women Indiscriminately. 3. The king took away the abomina- sweetened. It's easy to make. and costs less than

tions (vv. 4-20)). lie not only broke half a cent a cup. It's delicious. and may prove a
Washington reports a "whispering down the places of Idolatrous worship, real help. A product of General Foods.
campaign" concerning President Roose but slew the priests who officiated at
C. velt's health. It will be a very small the altar. F R E E Let us send you your first week's sup-

whisper If the whisperers stick to facts. 4. The Passover kept (vv. 21-23). So ply of Postum free! .simply mail the coupon.

: The President's friends will be glad to fully and heartily did they enter into t,. .
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never been better since his Presidentialwork unlike any that had been held since the Name
>
began. A onstitution able to days of the Judges.
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illness as the President has with- (vv. 24, 25)). All the days of the king City Fill in completely-print name State and address i
stood need not worry about a few political they departed not from following after This offer expires December 31, 1935
annoyances. the Lord. i
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1935 !
PAGE EIGHT I THE CLEWISTON !NEWS

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NewsCont'dContinued has been visiting Mrs. Bill Luckey, cemetery. Pallbearers were: Tom
Execution of Indian Brave Is LaBelle back to her home in Tampa. Hull, H. A. Rider, Sam Saunook, Ev-

Mrs. Sam Carson and Mrs. S, A. erette Burchard, Ray Hull, and Den-

Years ( from Page 4) Graves motored to Ft. Myers Wed- nis Small.

Revealed AilelFOltyt vo. ers Friday: afternoon.Mr. nesday night to meet Mrs. Graves'

and Mrs. G. A. Hill, Miss Dor- husband, S. A. Graves, who has been 'v. M. DANIALS

othy Hill, :Miss Mary Markette and visiting his mother in Arkansas. t'b. '

FORT MYERS, July 31, (SpecialIf ), ful woman should become the wifeof M. W. Blanton attended tho II II1lrs. Mrs. E. B. Hull and, Miss Nancy W, M. Danials, 80, quietly passed :.

Johnny Billy, held for the slay-I the executioner who killed her show at the Arcade Theatre Monday Hull of Felda shopped and visited away at his home in Ft. Denaud Sat-

ing of a brother Seminole near Ev- lover. To the halfbreed she repre- night. with relatives in LaBelle Tuesday. urday. The funeral and burial was

erglades, meets the death penalty at sented a reward for a bitter task, Miss Bernice Infinger, Harry Aik- Mrs. James Newcombe, Miss Olive held Sunday at the Ft. Denaud cemetery -

the hands of his tribe he will be the i the full blooded Seminoles having en and Woodrow Parsons motored Newcombe, and Miss Ruby O'Ban- Rev. WJggins conducted the

second Indian doomed to death by previously denied him a wife be- to Ft. Myers Monday night where: non motored to Ft. Myers Tuesday. [ services. v
Big Cypress medicine men in the cause of his birth ancestry. Charlie they attended the show at the Ar- I
Mrs. Coons, Mrs. W. B. Wiltshire I
l.ng history of the tribe. Only once, Dixie is alive today with his squaw, cade theatre. I ,
and Audrey Saunders of Ft.
42 years ago in "little moon in and the pair have reared a host of Myers NOTICE
Alma Crews visited her sIster
Miss visited with Mrs. Sam Carson Sun-
June" of 1893, was the judgmentof children who have intermarriedwith
Mrs. Gene Mills, at her home In day.
death invoked, and then for a the true bred Indians. He is Clewiston last week. Ii Notice is hereby given that the
worse crime than murder under Indian honored and respected and has come Mrs. Ida Bigley of Ft. Myers visited Board of County Commissioners of
law. to be a consellor in tribal affairs. Word has been received from Mrs.: I Mrs. Julia Wood Sunday. I Hendry County, Florida, will meet
W. P. Ariedge that she is now vis- with the Assessor of Taxes for said
The likelihood that the Seminole Mrs. T. E. Mill of Ft. Denaud
Grew Up Together iting in South Carolina with her(;, County, at the office of the Clerk of
brave will be turned over to tribal spent Wednesday visiting with Mrs. the Circuit Court of said
= County,
brother. on
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Curry, now 66 old, was amazed
years
Wade Hampton at her home in La-
justice recalled here today the story the 12th day of August 1935, at 10
of Charlie Billy, a kinsman of the when informed his presence at Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doughertyand 'II Belle. I o'clock A. M. for the purpose of

Billy now charged with murder, who the death ceremony had been learn- small daughter, Frances, were Mr. and 11rs.Y'. E. Hull and !j I hearing complaints and receiving

was sentenced and executed for im- ed after he had spent a lifetime try- in Ft.: Myers Monday afternoon.Mr small sons, Billy and Johnny, and I testimony as to the value of any

proper relations with an Indian ing to forget it. and Mrs. Fred Case, Julius Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Yoemans and j I property, real or personal, as fixed

maiden nearly a half century ago in "Charlie Billy and I grew up together Moon and Homer Howard motoredto daughter, Mildred, attended servicesat by the said County Assessor of Taxes

the fastness of the Everglades. ," he said. "When we .weren't Clewiston Sunday where they attended the Baptist church in Felda Sun- on the tax assessment roll of said
staying at my father's house at Ini- I "George W'hite's Scandals of county for the year 1935, of perfect-
Keeps: Secret .Through Years day.Mrs. ing, reviewing and equalizing tho
mokalee or with his people we were
1935" at the Dixie Crystal Theatre. Julian Bussel and two

The story was told by a white I 'hunting and trapping in the, Big Miss Edith Magill motored her daughters returned to LaBelle Sat- I assessment sion for that, and purpose will continue from day in ses-to

man who was an eye-witness of the I Cypress.' It was in 1893 in the little mother, Mrs. Frank Magill to Ft. urday after. a week's visit with Mr.I day for one week, if necessary, or

execution but kept; that secret locked :- ji moon in June that he came to my Myers Saturday where Mrs. Magill and Mrs C. M. Montgomery of Ft. as long as shall be necessary.

in his breast for 42 years until I house at Immokalee and told me he took a train to Webb City, Missouri, Myers. This the 24 day: of July, 1935.

the Indians themselves revealed it had to go to the green corn dance where she will visit' with her invalid Mr. and Mrs.. Spencer Aiken at- (SEAL) BOARD OF COUNTY

only a few days ago. The white spec-" where he knew he !was going to be ''mother' Mis. Harrison, who is very tended the show in Ft. Myers Sun- COMMISSIONERS, HEND
I sentenced to death."I RY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
tator was Will Curry, city gardner I ill. day.
didn't know anything about his By Alto Hires,
at Fort Myers, who lived the greater
i i Rev. and Mrs. Alford and daughter Chairman
part of his life with the Seminolesof trouble and at first I thought he was Colleen, were In Ft. Myers Sat- MRS. ELLIS HUGGETTMrs. Attest: Pro Tern
joking. When I found out he was
the Everglades.
urday. William T. Hull, Clerk:
Curry, then a young man of 22, telling the truth and was going to''I I I Mrs. James Newcombe, Miss Olive I II Ellis Huggett, 78, died early July 26, Aug. 2-9, 1935.

was a bosom comrade of the doomed ) hear his verdict, naturally I went /'Newcombe I Miss Ruby O'Bannon, Monday morning at her home here .ftm -

brave; with whom he had lived ) too. We walked the 35 miles to the j I Mrs. Nettie Keen, and Mrs: O. J. after a lingering illness of three

all his life as a brother, and he j canoe landing and paddled 35 miles I(I Jackson were among the LaBelle weeks. Mrs. Huggett, who has madnbel'
journeyed 70 miles on foot and by more to the camp. Of course, theywouldn't
shoppers in Ft. Myers Saturday. home in LaBelle for the past
tallcs I A. J. LITTLE
canoe to plead in vain that the council let me in'on their 28 Survived
Major Clark, Mrs. Clark and their years, is by her hus-
spare the life of his youthful but Charlie kept me posted. ., three children were guests of Mrs. I band, A. V. Huggett, two sons, Har- OsteopathBy I

Seminole pal. The fact that the Executed by Halfbieccl' ':- Anna Pettee and George L. Petteeat ry Fleming of LaBelle, and Willie

white man watched an 'Indian exe- "They made Charlie Dixie, whose their home here for a few days Wilson of Birmingham, Ala. Appointment

cution was learned by W. Stanley. daddy was Miami Billy and his ma, last week. Funeral services were conductedat ''I'
Hanson of Fort Myers, the Semin- the Baptist church LAKE HARBOR, FLORIDA
a negro woman, do the shooting.'I Mis. Ramon Hall and her houseguest by Rev. Jackson -
oles' white friend, when he questioned -I None of the Indians_ wanted to do Miss Christine Odom of The burial was at the Ortona i

braves in connection with the recent -I,the killing so they had the halfbreed I Moore Haven visited Mrs. Hall's
II _. _.
to learn of senten
killing past negro do it and gave him the woman I mother-in-law, Mrs. F. Watts Hall, h

ces. I as reward.. 'Little Johnny Osceola,: at her home in Lee Street Friday. r :_:: ',":.... mI : --,,'.>.: ; si2s: ,
Child Is Also Doomed son ypf the famous' chief, was. the Miss Odom remained in LaBelle over

Charlie Billy and the child of the j I high medicine ,man who passed the the .week-end.'

illegal union were both doomed to death sentence. Mrs. Blitz Wegman and Milburn

die..The weeping mother was forced / "I went to Little' Johnny and beg- Rudd shopped in Ft. Myers Friday. New Ruling

by her tribesmen to leave her new ged for my friend but those Osceolasare Among the guests from Clewiston

born infant on one of the myriad, proud people, niore so than other -I'at the anniversary dance at the Log

tiny islets which dot the gloomy I I Indians, and he was mighty short. I Cabin Saturday night were: Mr. .and

cypress swamp retreat of the Sem- He said it was Indian law and Char- Mrs. Herman Dyess, Harold Sykes, I An amendment to a former ruling of the Federal Hous-

inoles.Ther'e the child died within I I lie Billy had'to pay. Being a kid I Pete Wilson, and Shirley Bowden.

a few hours from exposure and the even went to Charlie Dixie and asked I'I Carl E. Royer, who has been at- ing Act has been made which permits extending loans for new

attack by millions of mosquitoes. I',I ''him not to shoot' but he told me tending summer school at the Uni- construction
or modernization from $1,500 to
$2,000 and
Charlie Billy died at the hands of he had to do whatever the tribe said. \ersty of. Florida at Gainesville, has

an appointed killer who pumped "Charlie Dixie kept telling Char-returned to his home in LaBelle. extending time limit from three years to five sears.

three bullets through his chest. The lie Billy he didn't want to kill him j Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dougherty and

executioner; was Charlie Dixie, a but he had to do it. Even when he children, Buddy and Margery, and Loans
may now be secured for new building
half-breed in poor standing. with the pulled the trigger the first time he Esther' Hill motored to Ft. Myers construction -

tribe because his mother was a negro was telling him that. Charlie Dixie Sunday. The children attended Shir- under Title I up to J$2,000 payable the same as modernization x,

slave captured by his Indian was a crack shot. His first bullet ley Temple in "Curly TOI)" 'at the .
loans in five 'ears.
warrior father during one of the forays went through the heart of my best Arcade Theatre.

of the bloody Seminole upris- friend but before he ,could fall he j 1 Mrs. Bill Luckey, Mrs. Mark .

ing against the whites. shot him twice more, once throughthe Luckey and baby, ,and Leonard

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