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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 9, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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RFC LOANS $120,000 Recreation Project SUGAR COMPANY 'Scout Jamboree Called EARLY COMPLETIONOF


May Start SoonH. i Off By PresidentThe

'TO SFC DISTRICT FORREHABILITATION AND TRUSTEES + LAKE LEVEE IS


G. Switzer, manager of Wells- Boy Scout Jamboree which

Royal Lumber Company, while in TRANSFER LAND was to have been held in Washington SEEN BY ENGINEERS.:
West Palm Beach this' week on busi-
from the 21st to 30th of this !
ness stopped In at the district officeof --
month was called off by President
A special news story received by the Works Progress Administration The United States Sugar Corpor- I With good progress, being reported -
there for a visit with John Kel- I Roosevelt and Boy Scout officials
this paper this week' from Wash- ation onVed'nesday of last week by the Arundel Corporation on
ington stated that the Reconstruction ly, Works Progress Administratorfor transferred approximately 1,000 Thursday because of the prevailing
section of levee between Paho-
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Finance Corporation had an- District 3 which includes Hendry acres of land just east of the high- epidemic of infantile paralysis in

nounced the loan of '$120,000 to the county, and was assured by Mr. Kel- way across from the state prison that section.'I kee and Port Mayacca and the rap-

South Florida Conservancy Districtto ly that work would soon start on the farm at Belle Glade to the trusteesof idity with which the gap at Bean

be expended by the district officials recreation park here which will be the Internal Improvement Fund Some thirty thousand' Boy Scouts City is being closed by the General,

for rehabilitation purposes. located adjacent to the ,American in exchange for three sections of from every corner of the countryhad it will not be long, according to

Some time ago the district was Legion wading pool across from the land near Bear Beach a few miles made arrangements to spend U. S. Engineers, before the levee

granted a loan of more than $500- Catholic church. south of Clewiston. There was no the ten days in the Nation's Capitolin now under contract will be completed. -

000 to refinance its indebtedness, The recreation ,park, details of cash involved In the transaction, although the biggest encampment of boys .

of which $479,000 has already been construction of which are not famil- government stamps attachedto ever. known. Practically every troopin The General, Arundel's big sue
iar to this writer; will no doubt con- the deeds had led the United States was sending a
disbursed by the RFC. Officials of some to be- tion dredge, leased ;o iiie govern-

the RFC pointed out that tho rehabilitation tain shuffleboard courts, tennis lieve that there was an $18,000 cash representative, Billy Owen having ment for levee work was turned backto

1 loan was authorizedwith courts, and other gaming courts as payment made by the Sugar Com- been chosen to represent the Clew- the. Company last Friday leavingthe

well as playground equipment as is iston troop at the meet. Many scouts
a view to upbuilding the dis- pany. Gulfport to complete the gap at

trict and thus making more secure the general rule for most of these The land deeded to the sugar from foreign' countries were alreadyon Bean City. Unless some time is lost

Its refinancing of the district in- projects. Other beautification projects company comprises sections 29, 30 their way to the United States due to breakdowns or other acci-
are also being lined up for the when the meeting was called off. is to fin-
debtedness.F. and 32 of: township 43 south, range dents the Gulfport expected
Clewiston area, Mr. Switzer says. Everyone will sympathize with ish about of next week.
Deane Duff, local trustee of 35 east," totalling 1,920 acres, and Wednesday
these boys who received such a great The of this makes
lies considerable'distance back from completion gap
the district stated Wednesday that
Mrs. Gene Mills and small sons!! but most 'will
disappointment agree the levee from its north end
on
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the would be used to build the highway in the Bare Beach sec-
t..J money Solon and Junior, of Clewiston, vis- : with the President that is far bet-
and for :1 tion. The state received section 20 Fisheating Creek, to Pahokee, un-
... new canals where necessary
.: ited in LaBelle and Fort Denaud
ter to be disappointed than exposedto
and a portion of section 29, town- broken except'a short gap now being r
cleaning out old canals, especiallythose ,
While in LaBelle
.f Sunday. Mrs. Mills
dreaded of .
this disease
young filled the west side of the
on
to ship 43 south, range 37 east all of
which were never dug
and the
boys enjoyed swim in the
a
grade. Pumps and equipment will Everett Hotel swimming pool. which fronts on the' paved highway people. hurricane gate at Moore Haven. A

be put in first class' condition and between Belle Glade and' Pahokee.' short section thrown up by the Can-

the district will be able to functionin This highway frontage made up the Mark Lawler Describes al Construction Company at Bacom

a most efficient manner. Clewiston Motor Co. difference in value of the two piecesof Point was only about 65 percent

The South Florida Conservancy property.The Vacation to KiwaniansMark completed and the government

District embraces about 300,000 Selling Many Tractors state has for some time desired dredge Welatka, is now engaged in

'I acres in Hendry and Palm Beach I I this piece of land adjacent to I filling in this section. The Welatkais
-- R. Lawler, of the U. S. Engineer about half done with this work
counties, and runs from the, bound- that on which the prison farm is i .
ary of the Clewiston Drainage, Dis- The Clewiston Motor Company' located: they 'being at present I sub-office here, described in now and will finish about the first

trict at the townsite to about six through its representatives, T: B. cramped for space ,there. It is understood a most interesting manner his recent of September.The .

miles north of Belle Glade. The area Shelley and C. E. Nail, have recentlysold that they' contemplate using vacation through the middle west mile contract of the Spadaro

contains the towns of Lake Harbor, five new Caterpillar tractors at least a portion of the new Dredging Company from Pahokee
and Yellowstone National Park at
South Bay and Belle Glade. About in land' for an, emergency airport and north is about ,completed, that com-
the Homestead area, one at Coral
35,000 acres of the district are un- for the use of the proposed Ever- the regular meeting of the Kiwanis I pany having made excellent time on

der pump at the present time, this Gables and are on a'deal at the pres- glades Fire Control plane. The Sugar Club last Wednesday night. He de- this contract. The Arundel Company -

area extending about three miles ent time for the sale of several more Company had not planted this scribed in detail some of the interesting I is at present throwing up retaining -

back from the lake. of the tractors in the East Coast particular piece of;' land for several I sights seen and added just levees from the end of the

The former loan for refunding territory.All years and were able to use the pieceat Spadaro mile to Canal Point and it
humorous situations to
enough
bonds has reduced the bond taxes Bare Beach to better advantage. is believed that the General will
of the tractors sold at Home- I
make his talk thoroughly enjoyable.Mr. .
about fifty per cent for landownersin : be started to work on that section.
stead were the Model 22, a small
the district.Cattlemen. \ Spadaro Building New Lawler left with his familyon Some of the work on this contract
type ideally adapted to farming.
3' has already been done by the hy-,
July 3 and returned August ,
They do not have a Diesel 'motor but '
Hydraulic DredgeMoore draulic dredge, Federal.
OrganizeAt will burn distillate. Three of these exactly one month away from ,Clew-
1
I The MacWilliams Dredging Com-
were purchased by the South Dade 'Utcin \and travelling most 'of the
LaBelle Meeting Farms pany, sub-contractors on a portionof
Company and the other two ( Haven Democrat) I time. They first went north through
have
by J. A. Hooks and Harold Brennerof I the Arundel contract, com-
A hydraulic dredge is being
A' new Atlanta and Chattanooga to New pleted a large part of their job
Homestead. Diesel 75 was
pur- constructed Jos. at his 1
,: (Moore Haven Democrat) chased by A. W. Landgren, of Coral machine shops by here.Spadaro Work Harmony, Ind., for a visit at Mrs. from the St. Lucie canal south to
was
( Several cattle owners of Moore fourth'of the Palm Beach-Martin county line.
Gables, the this largest started several weeks and the Lawler's home. En route there they
Haven and surrounding territory attended ago They expect to move one of their big
type built to be sold in the state of
hull is rapidly nearing completion. stopped at Stone Mountain near At-
a meeting held in LaBelle draglines to Moore Haven soqn after
Florida. The U. S.
Engineers"pur-
last Thursday afternoon for the pur- The new dredge when completedwill lanta. From here they went throughthe the middle of August to begin workon
chased last
one year for levee work. be '
pose of organizing a Cattlemen's As- equipped with hydraulic ma- flood section of southern Iowa their river; contract. The con-
Sale of this type of tractor has
will
with 16" It
sociation. The association as plannedat been unusually good in the Lake chinery a pipe-line. into Minnesota and the Bad Landsof tract was officially awarded to them
present includes only cattlemenin be powered with a 1,000 horsepower on" the'18th of July after they had
farming section also, according, to Diesel engine with 350 h. on South: Dakota. They stopped in
Glades, Hendry and Lee countiesbut p. been found to be the low ,bidders
E. E. Kelley, manager of the com- cutter and auxiliaries. The hull is Rapid City, South Dakota, where
I the
it is planned to take in other when the bids were opened on
pany. Many of the farmers are find- being built of immense wooden tim- they saw the stratosphere ballon
counties after the organization is have madeno
fifteenth.
Although they
ing the Model 22 to"be the most rugged which is there for '
bers which will be creosote treated. being built a
perfected.The statement as to where they expect -
organization was first sug-I and servicable tractor for use There will be approximately 100-I flight in the near future by scien- to start their first dredge
on muck land and a large number
gested because of the 000 board feet of lumber in the that it
report that tists.From work, it is considered likely
have
purchased new tractors this completed' dredge which will weigh here they went on to Yel-;
the state planned to continue dIp- will begin at the north end of the
ping for fever ticks again in this year. close to 250 tons. The machinerywill lowstone Park and spent several project, just 115 feet south of the

territory. It is the contention of the Johnny Miller, representative of weigh about two hundred tons. days visiting every point of inter-!I new hurricane gate. .

p cattle owners that the dipping the company in Canal Point has re- The hull is being built long and est. ,Mr. Lawler stated that he spentone
The Huffman Construction -
should be done where ticks have' cently invented an auxiliary power narrow, the width being 29 feet to day fishing in Lake Yellowstonewith contractors on the first Company sec,
{ lift to the one put on by the Cater- to results "Old Faithful" ,
enable the dredge pass thr'oughany good saw -
been found but feel that it is an imposition -
tion of the dyer work let, are reported -
for cattle that aro clean of: pillar Company which .enables the 30' lock. It has an overall lengthof geyser in action, climbed Mt. to be making excellent pro-

ticks to be dipped again, causing 'a Model 22 to pull six fertilizer about 125 feet and is about 110 Washburn and tried to see everything dredge upstream from'

great: deal of expense to the ownerof | spreaders or planters, fully loaded feet from the back of the ladder recess there was to see in the' Park. gress as they

both beef and dairy cattle as a ,! to the end of each row and then to the stern. The draft 6f the He spoke of the number of bears Fort Myers.

result. I turn where in the past it has been big boat has been figured at about encountered in the park and of the Army Engineers have rushed the

Some of the other plans of the or-j I necessary to stop before reachingthe five and one-half feet.. many women taking pictures of levee work as much as possible and

ganization are 'to organize to successfully end of the row. L. C. Komer, Construction of the new dredge them, adding the comment that from 'as a result of their efforts the Sep-:

battle the screw worm and Pahokee machinist assisted him in leads many to believe that the Spa- the comical attire some of the women tember storm Jason will! 'find a

fl rl other cattle diseases and to take construction of this unit. Mr. Miller daro Company plans to sub contracta wore he felt like the situation comparatively small part of the vast ,

care of other things of interest and recently sold one of the Model 22's part of the river work or is mak- should have ben reversed and the Lake section not protected from :

benefit to the cattle owners 'as a to Willard Smith,' new member of ing plans to make a low bid for the bears taking pictures of the women. flood in case a hurricabe should "

whole. I the State Highway Commission of next section of the river work to be He also told of one of his own picture blow up this fall. ,

Another meeting will be held Pahokee with a high speed gear let. taking experiences, and the em- i

tomorrow to draw up a setof I'which will pull, the average planter barressing result. He saw a herd of I I BENEFIT CARD PARTYWITH

by-laws for the organization and to about tv/enty-fjv/i per cent faster: LT. SELEE, TO BE'PROI.oTED elk grazing some distance away and MRS. OGLESBYMrs.

elect officers. Gary Carlton and J. j II than usual. : TO CAPTAIN I for fear of frightening them away II

H. Peeples are the largest cattle Many of the' machines are being I he lay flat on his stomach and start-j H. J. Oglesby was hostessat

owners in the territory embraced. sold with the necessary equipmentfor Word was received here this ed edging his way toward them a benefit card party Wednesday

-- -.-.-,-- mole-draining, Mr. Kelly says. week that a Congressional bill had dak: In hand. When about half way I' afternoon for the St. Margaret's

C. C. C. Applicants been passed giving promotions to a I to the herd someone called to him 1! Catholic Church Altar Society, at

COMMUNITY: CHURCH NOTES number of army officers, among and informed him that the elk were i I| her lovely new home.

Enroll in Fort Myers whom are Lieut. Richardson Selee, very tame and he could walk as i I I A wine set for the high score
The for the Junior service in charge of the, Clewiston subofficeof
sermon close to them as he liked without prize was awarded Mrs. W. P.
Sunday morning will be, "A Cotton U. S. Engineers and Lieut.. P. A.
them running a'way. j I I Vaughn, Jr. A potted plant was pre-
The local office of the Emergency Umbrella." Do you have one? Feringa, acting District Engineer, From Yellowstone the Lawlers I sented to Mrs. H. R. Hall as conso-

Relief Administration has J been;> no- On Sunday evening, in place of who were promoted to the rank of went to Salt Lake City. Here Mr. lation prize and Mrs. E. P. Mutrix Y

tified that all applicants for CCC the regular Sunday service, the captain.It Lawler stated they learned a great received the, cut prize, a deck of

camps from Hendry and Glades choir wilI'put on its monthly musi- is understood that this promo- deal about the Mormon customs and cards. 6 I

'counties are to be enrolled in Fort cal program.. These programs are always tion will become effective sometimein I bathed in Great Salt .
Lake. : Those attending were: Mrs. Harry Y
Myers, August 12th at .9 a. m. a treat, and everyone is cor- the fall, probably in October. Following Mr. Lawler's talk a T. Vaughn, Mrs. R. T. Mitchell, Mrs.I .
Applicants who are enrolling atJIII1' dially invited to attend. The time is I I
case was reported of underpriveleged -
an 1\[. Pafford, Mrs. V A. Allen, Mrs.
this time will likely be sent to the ENTERTAINS WITH LUNCHEONMrs. I %
in Hooker Point
child the
7:45.Two H. O. Peters, Mrs. E. J. Rogero, Miss
camp at Bee Ridge, near Sarasota. names were overlooked in .
in
,1 section. The Club decided toget Alma Rogero, Mrs. W. A. Davis.
-, The following is a list of applicants the word of appreciation printed Grover C. Poole entertained
touch with the county nurse at once Mrs. J. A. Rumbley, Mrs. J. G. Nib-
from Hendry county who will last week. The Friendship Bible I with the' first of a series of Ladies and assigned A. W. Sias to investi- lack, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. Grover

enroll at Fort Myers, August 12th: I Class is to be thanked for makingour I Aid Luncheons at her home on Mon- gate the case and make a report on C. Poole, Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs.

Perry Hall, Maxwell Browning, Christian Flag for: us, and Mrs. day. the conditions at a later meeting.A Presley, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. M.
Manuel C. Tanner, Earl Lowrey, O. H. Roberts is to be thanked forgiving Members enjoying the occasionwere
E. VonMach, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs.
Odell Curry, Thos. Blount, Harold I i us the use of her Stars and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. V. total of 1,170,307 projects were
A. Munroe
M. E. Yenawine Mrs. A.
Lang, John Gann, Homer Howard, I Stripes, both of which, through the A. .Allen, Mrs. A. V. Southard, Mrs.R. completed by 4-H club members
and Mrs. E. G. Mills.
\ ,. Raymond: White, Travis Cochran, I kindness of the ,donors, we are using F. Paxton, Sr., Mrs. J. F. Luther, throughout the nation in 1934.

Joe Scott, William Winn, Leon Red- out at Lake Harbor, also. Mrs. J. W. Bruce, Mrs. ). M. Paf- More' than. 10,000 members completed -

dish, Jr., James A. Ethington, James* i, ROBERT F PAXTON, Jr., ford, Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart. and farm management records during Soaking in alcohol will remove

Watson and, Cobe Wooten. Supply Pastor. Mrs. Leslie Miller. 1934. iodine stains.

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CLEWISTON NEWS. 'FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1935

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shops would be given protection, and I DROPPING all their reftellli'us Indignation .a..a..a..a..a.._ '
:
CURRENT EVENTS said his first endeavor would be to the Democrats, of the I' <,.
restore the milk and Ice service. This house did everything the .administration BRISBANETHIS Let Our Motto Be "':'

had been cut off even from hospitals.The .. wished in considering the social
GOOD HEALTH
general strike was called by 48 security bill as altered by the senate.

PASS IN REVIEW! unions without warning, because labor The conferees had settled all differences WEEKA BY" DR. LLOYD ARNOLD \

leaders had been unable to reach an after two weeks of hard work, Professor Medicine of Bacteriology University of and Illinois Preventive,

agreement with the Columbian En- but one of the amendments they accepted College of Medicine. \

ameling and Stamping company. Some was that permitting private -----
Tough Old Bird ------------------
NAZIS OF GERMANY RENEWING COO of that concern's employees wenton pension systems to function under the
Five Billions More? NEW PROBLEMS IN RURAL
strike in March and the plant was measure. The majority members of
FIGHT 'ON THE CATHOLICSAND
closed down. the house were informed that PresI- News or'Hogs HEALTH
THE JEWS..
dent Roosevelt was opposed to this, so Submarines Wanted

ROOSEVELT spent the refused to It. The senate Something new has been, happening
EDWARD PICKARD PRESIDENT they accept Amos R. E. Pinchot, who has leisure
By W. In this country since 1930. We are
about the elimination of
cruising on would not permit the
Western Newspaper Union. and thinks, utters profound truth
government yacht Sequoia and had the amendment so back to conferencewent writing to one of having a backtothe -

DETERMINATION of the Nazis to as his special guest Attorney General the bill.THOMAS the "professors." : land movement

"political Catholi Cummings It was assumed with reason "Capitalism is a Before this, ever

cism" In Germany and their consequentdrive of their since we became an
that one chief topics of P.;' : : .. old bird that ;
D. SCHALL, the blind : tough ,
against Catholic youth organizn' discussion was the administration's recent Industrial nation,
will live
from Minnesota, has been a good
lions may bring on defeats in the federal courts and we had an on-to-
one of the sharpest tongued critics of 4Iiii deal longer than
results more serious the chances of getting by with the the-city urge. Then
the administration, in the senate. Recently any of us will.
even than has the New Deal legislation lately passed or. w movement Is
he described h Capitalism, which
Nazi anti-semitism. now pending. The minority in congress -, giving the rural
President Rooseveltas means governmentby
General Goering, headof and such anti-administration .organIzations E4yk community a lot of '
organized dol-
1 a "megalomaniac
the secret police, as the Liberty league were new problems.There .
and, though the word lars and Industry,
gave out a warning to aroused to new activities and attacks ib' AA I i are more
instead of -
was subsequently organized
Catholic priests to be .on the President's policies. It was children to go to
eliminated from the soldiers, will
careful in their com- said that the proposal was made to' I n x. I school, for Instance,
last than the
Np4P' h Record, the Democratic longer *
Y ments from the pulpit, Mr. Roosevelt that the "death sen p : and so new school
N senators were de- Y,44 $ i present generation,
and Franz Guertner, tence" in the holding companies? bill rooms must be built. And then an influx -
A cidedly miffed. So a lon:er than this i
minister: of justice, issued be dropped for the present and carriedto of more people means that the
-- little later Senators century. Capitalism
a decree tnreat- the country in the 1936 campaign, Arthur Brisbane community health problems are greatly
Franz Robinson, Black and Is the new financial
ening prosecution for but that the President vetoed the idea, feudalism Increased.
Guertner 'Bone found opportu- that replaced military feu-
any priest violating Insisting that the measure not be
permitted m
n>ty to tell SchaU dalism. There Is no reason why it We were an agricultural country
Goering's Injunction. Throughout the to die In conference. So the Senator Schall
should not last during Colonial
what they think of as long as military times. Almost every
country generally the Catholic clergy conferees began the task of to
trying
him and to demand that he conformto feudalism lasted, many centuries. one got his living from the land, and
was cautious, but in Freiburg, Baden, reach an agreeemnt.
practically the only Industry was home
the rules of "decency.
where the Goering order had not been .
Philip H. Gadsden, chairman of
The argument started when Schall Senator Borah, one of the senate's industry. The only power, outside of
the
published before Sunday, ,priests the committee of public utility execu-
from the had read by a clerk an editorial froma : able men, predicts that congress will the muscle power of man and beast,
read in. their pulpits. letters tives, gave out an. .appeal for fair play. "
episcopate calling the Nazi action a He said : Texas editor, and an address of his sit until November 1, and that five was the power of a few water wheelsIn

,riolatlon of the concordat with the ","Millions of men and women who own-all 'critical of the administration. thousand one hundred and twenty mil- the streams along the New England'
'
Robinson protested. He asserted lions more will be appropriated for coast. It was at these sites that our
Vatican. To this charge the Nazis reply have invested their savings in utility
that the Catholics were the first securities are asking the question: "when one whose moral obliquitiesare immediate spending. That would make first industrial towns and cities grew. _

to violate the concordat by making at- Are these savings to be destroyed be- so great as are those of the senator about an even ten'billions in extra appropriation Then came steam power, and since .

from Minnesota, it becomes for this steam power could not be transported
necessaryfor
tacks on the Hitler youth movementIn cause a few minor utility officials year.
some one to object." He added easily, the workers flocked to where
their Two
parish papers. have resorted to scandalous and even thousand one hundred and ,
This new '"purge" by the Nazis In- dishonest methods In opposing the public -' Schall "cannot shield himself behindan twenty millions of the money would the boilers were. And then came elec

cludes a renewed crusade against the utilities bill? Is the small utility unfortunate affliction." pay the soldiers' bonus in "green tricity. Electricity can economically be I

Jews and dissolution of the Steel Hel- Investor to 'be penalized and ,the industry The Schall speech said President backs," and three thousand millions transported long distances, and hence

mets, veterans' organization, in various to be crippled because of isolated Roosevelt was imitating Mussolini, and would be used to take up mortgageson the development of industries using
that Ben Cohen administration aid electrical power, could be spread overa
provinces. The Jews are helpless incidents of this kind?" an farms.

and If Julius Streicher has his way, and bill drafter, had "assumed the legIslative wide geographical area.

will be all driven out of Berlin or segregated TWO to one against the New Deal functions usurped by the Ex- "Hogs sell up to $10.10, best price This led naturally to the rediscoveryof

In ghettos. But the Steel. Hel- the week's score In Federal ecutive. since September, 1930." That comes small towns as ideal factory sites.

mets, whose chief Is Minister of Labor court decisions. The administration Robinson called Schall the 'misrep- from Kansas City-ten dollars and ten But whether in city or small town the

Franz Seldte, are likely to cause the suffered severely. The Circuit Court resentatlve from Minnesota"' and ex- cents for a hog weighing one hundred industrial worker did not till the soil

Hitler government a lot of trouble. pressed the opinion the senator had"employed"
of Appeals In Cincin- pounds. That may not mean much to During;: the last 40 years the popula-
The organization's weekly is us- some one to write his
paper nati first held uncon- you ; it means much to the farmers tion of the United States has almost
ing language that Is not often heardIn speeches."It .
stitutional the condemnation that raise hogs. It also has meaningfor doubled. For every 100 persons living
Germany, these days, 'and Seldte is is small business and could
of land by only housekeepers that buy sausages.For in the United States in 1S90. there were
demanding the reason for suppressionof the PWA for 'slumclearance. be done by a man of small mentality," for
some mysterious reason, when 195 In 1930. But every 100 farmers
the'local
divisions.
said 'the Arkansas "
senator.
Then the pork prices go up 10 per cent sausage in 1890, there were only 124 in 1930.

Circuit Court of Appeals Replying, Schall said, "If the people prices go up 100 per cent In other words, there was an actual

ANTI-CATHOLIC riots in Northern in Boston dealt knew what was behind this govern- decrease in the farm population in

brought on fierce anti- the AAA a terrific ment they would not stand 'for it a Rear Admiral Yates Stirling, Jr., those four decades. On'the other hand

Protestant reprisals in the Irish Free i V blow by declaring unconstitutional minute." commanding Brooklyn navy yard, :says the population of towns of 25,000 to

State, and It looked as if the entire the America needs- long-range submarinesto 500,000 inhabitants increased 300 timesas

island might be Involved In a religious ...'O ."""' ... processing and flour 'SENATOR J. HAMILTON LEWIS protect our interests in the Pacific. compared to a general population increase -
war. In Belfast a number' of persons taxes. The one favor- a ;member of the for- I of 200 times. The figures are
Since
Chester 1918, when swee.t returned -
were killed by snipers, and many were able, decision was by eign relations committee, long has peace still more striking in the larger citiesof
Davis wise Japan, according to Ad-
Injured by bombings, stonethrowingsand the Circuit Court of urged that Great Britain be persuadedto miral Stirling, has built 64 submarines, half a million to a million in popu-

incendiarism. At Clones the mobs Appeals in New Orleans and was that cede to the United lation. Here the Increase has been

destroyed: a Masonic temple and set the' sale of cheap electric power by the 'States her island pos- mow; r Including 27 of long range, each car- 700 times what it was in 1S90. We '

fire to a Protestant gospel hall anda Tennessee Valley authority was !jconsti- sessions in the Carib- rying six torpedo tubes,, powerful guns, were in 1930 a decidedly more urban ,
able to the Pacific
cross and return
recreation hall maintained by non- tutional. bean sea in paymentof I than rural population.Now "e-
without refueling. has also
Japan a
religious bodies. In Limerick young, Harold Ickes, .who Is PWA adminIstrator her war debt. The : .
special fleet ,of eight submarines for due to the depression, we are
men ran amuck, smashing windows of said the slum clearance work other day he was :
placing destructive ocean mines, four In the midst of a redistribution of pop-
buildings owned'by Protestants.
The would be carried on, though necessarily moved to bring the I
of them able to operate 5,000 miles ulation. It has been estimated that
Free State
troops called but f in
were
out modified form. But Chester Davis, subject up again and
didn't seem able or willing to stop the AAA administrator, openly admitted delivered an interest- from their base. Each could place 45 more than 100,000 persons a month are
bombs in the path of from the cities to the land
shipping. moving
enemy
rioting in the cities. The trouble be-
that "the end of the processing taxes lag speech in the sen-

gan with the Orangemen's celebrationof i would mean the end of the Agricultural ate. This time he Many city homes have TO LET signson

the Battle of the Boyne. Adjustment administration in all Its based his proposal upon Newell P. Sherman, choir singer, them, but it is difficult to find a

Boy Scout master, fell in love with 'vacant farm house almost anywhere.
Important aspects. He would not
confess the "peace offer" of
in the Middle West Senator Lew.stion a girl sixteen, admits that to make Likewise it is difficult to find a vacant
FARMERS ready that he believed for a minute the England to cede a por-
their found his way clear he upset a canoe, throw- house in a small town. I heard of one
crops, they Supreme court would confirm the ruling of her territory in Somaliland to
couldn't ing the mother of his two children town the other day of about 2,000 pop-
get hands to do the work. of the court at Boston. He asserted Ethiopia, which in turn would cede

The idle men ordinarily counted on he had expected that decisionto certain territory to Italy with a view into the water, kept pushing her away ulation. It was in the iron mining district -

for this from the boat until she sank and of Upper Michigan. When the
were on the relief rolls and be adverse, saying: "That section of, averting the impending war.

declined offers of farm labor for two around Boston is a hotbed of,resistanceto The senator also suggested that Eng- drowned. This young gentleman Is 0 mine shut down 15 years ago because
reasons: The feet 4 inches tall, but the electric the ore had run out, half the popula-
wages paid by the farm the processing taxes. ,Why, it's land surrender all rights she claims to ,
ers were less than the sums received right up there among' all those cotton privileges of constructing a Nicaraguancanal chair can doubtless be arranged to fit tion moved away. But a 'newly mar-

from the relief organization for him. ried pair recently could not find a
or manufacturers. This
was most extraordinary :- recalling, as a precedent, that
government works, and if the men once comment from a high government 'England' compelled France to yield all house of any sort to live in. So many
.
went off the dole they feared they official but the You will hope that no tender-hearted former residents had come back, or
Appeals ,courtIn claims to territory adjacent to the
would have trouble getting back there Boston has not yet cited Davis for Suez canal. parole board will say, "He ought to people from Milwaukee or Chicago,

when the harvest was over. The sit- contempt. have another chance." One chance to who had loaded their families into
The British islands In the West In-
uation was desperate and emergency Most well Informed and unbiased drown the mother of your two children cars, hunting for cheaper living, had
dies, the senator said, are both usefulas
relief commissions were urged to take persons have never believed the proc- defense and necessary as protectionfor seems enough. decided to stay In this town. The new-

action. This they did in the states af- essing taxes would stand up under the United States. They "could be comers figure they can raise food, if

fected and it was announced the "re- court test. The Guffey coal bill has seized in time of war between nations Rome reports Fascist excitement be- they can't do anything else And this

Tolt" was under control. some similar features so that those fighting among themselves to possess'the cause "Japan assumes" the role of i condition is duplicated all over the \ ,

The Illinois commission stopped all who debate Abyssinian champion. country. .'
it should read these paragraphs Caribbean and Southern seas. ,

relief works In the rural areas until in the Boston decision : They could be used as the backyardof Mussolini's press says Japan sets Many of these people will stay per-

after harvest. In Kansas persons refusing "The power of congress to regulate the United States from which sup- herself up as leader of Asiatic and manently in the small towns and on

any temporary employment were interstate commerce does not authorIzeIt plies could be stored to be used in as- African peoples, "against the civiliza- the farms, although the probability is

removed from the relief rolls. In Nebraska to do so by taxing products eitherof sault on America." tion and culture of the white race." that only a small proportion of them

26 counties were cut off from agriculture or Industry before they A Fascist newspaper calls Japan will continue farming as an all time

federal relief allotments and In 15 oth- enter interstate "the of Europe and America occupation. The majority
commerce, or other- IPEROR HAILE SELASSIE enemy are still ma-
ers the allotments E appeared
were cut in half. wise to control their production merely before the Ethiopian dreaming of world conquest." That chine-minded. Great industrialists, suchas
In I par
officials nearly denied a score relief of Iowa counties because their production may Indirectly liament and made an impassioned appeal seems to be a keg of powder with only Henry Ford, hold that the solutionof

on relief rolls and ablebodiedmen affect interstate commerce. to his countrymen to fight Italy : a spark lacking. manufacturing slack Is for the fac-

accept employment were in admonishedto "The issue is not, as the government to the death, declaring he had prepared tory to be situated In the country, with

fields. the harvest contended, whethercongress can appropriate himself to die in the contest If Scientists experimenting with guinea the employees working their home gar-

Relief workers In Redwood funds for any purpose need be."Ethiopia. pigs talie: one or ten or a hundred dens on off days to supplement, with

Minnesota, shut down county, deemed by congress in furtherance of knows how to fight to guinea pigs, never all the guinea pigs homegrown fruits and vegetables, their
'works projectsand the 'general welfare,' but whether at factory income.
officials in many other congress preserve its independence and its sov- once. .
counties
indicated has any power-to control or regulate ereignty he said. pYofessors In the cities fever
they would follow the exam. College union labor leaders typhoid has been
;r pie matters left to the state and laya "Soldiers Follow the example of convinced of their ability to inventa practically wiped out. It is in the country -

In North Dakota all but specialized special tax for that purpose." your warrior ancestor Soldiers! better government, gentlemen who I districts that this disease now per-

projects were halted and the state administrator Traders! Peasants! Young and old, believe In no government at all, and sists. Medical officials are watching to

announced that as soon as GEORGE, etf-klng of Greece, was men and women: Unite to face the other experimenters, should select a see this whether disease there will be any flareupof
the backtotheland
the a sudden hop to Athensto Your sovereign will be among -
harvest was over the new works invader! among 'definite number of American guinea settlers.

I progress administration would take resume the throne. Emissariesfrom you and will not hesitate to give his pigs for experiment, not practice on Health authorities

:. care of unemployables. Greece were received in the ex- blood for the Independence of his country the 130,000,000 all at once. generally believe
clusive London hotel where the former ." that this spreading out of formerly con-

'" monarch resides; a big airplane was Though the League of Nations coun- gested population will have a very good
UAT Moscow dispatches the Soviet's
wholly un-American say Influence on the public health '
of this
procedure kept standing In readiness ,
at Croydon, cil was scheduled to meet for consideration -
the north polar flight from Moscow to San
general strike country. The city people will
was tried and at another airport a second > learn
plane of the Italo-Ethloplan
out by organized labor in Indiana quarrel Francisco may start any day. If three some valuable health lessons from the
and was prepared to carry George's servo between July 25! and August 2, there
the
67,000 Inhabitants Russian airmen make that 6,000-mile
of Terre country people, while the
Haute ants. But the country pea
news hounds found that the
Indications
it
were deprived of all food were European flight, nonstop, from Moscow to San ple will learn from the
city
supplies out and gave It to the public, whereat nations were about ready to abandon Many
The local Francisco San Francisco
authorities successfully,
It' of Vlgo cities have established infant
county George was exceedingly wroth and his Ethiopia to' its fate and that If "The welfare
called on the will be interested, and Washington,
governor for help and contemplated statloqs ; it may ,be that the country
coup was postponed. His Lion of Judah" doesn't give in
Mr. completely be .
McNutt D. C. ought to interested.The
,
will
promptly ordered 14 districts now deem it essential to
companIes secretary asked
newspapers and news Mussolini will be permitted to
of the National Guard government might even Interest have these, too. Anyway,
one
to the agencies to refrain from publishing have his way with him. That thing Is
1' scene. Brig. Gen. Wray De Prez, in anything about his movements and will mean a long guerrilla warfare probably the Itself in building some long-distance Certain : there will be more children
command, promised the merchants/ planes. brought up with the benefits of
who sun-
reporters were not allowed to enter details of which will not be pleasant
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some day represent Dawn would be other thing constantly. He felt he must fast on him. He did not notice that Crochet

without resources. And a girl without talk and keep talking of Impersonal I Dawn started, that one hand lifted Designsin

1 THE property, he believed, would be easy matters or he would find himself blurt- quickly to her cheek. Wide Demand

prey. Ing words of love Into Dawn's ear, Lydia's voice sounded sharp and

lax '. But complications rose to stir his I there in a public dance hall. He felt hard and rasping In the silence."I .
'
: Ire and chagrin. And so this nightIt that unless he kept talking of trivial should think you'd be ashamed of o

MAN was very late-he sat in his office, things he would find himself shouting: yourself!" she said., _
i 1-
with Lydia on the other side of his "You are the most lovely thing that Ben had started to smile, but this .
c. G ii1dfu tl rl: ark
flat-topped desk. ever breathed and I love you, love you, changed to a frown of perplexity. : .

Lydia. Just that. She needed no love you !l" "Ashamed, ma'am he asked. "Why, I

I I FROM other name for identification( in Tincup. So he seized upon every subject that I-"

i The women who, with her, occupiedthat came into his head eagerly, almost des- "Yes ; ashamed There's that poor

I i short and bleak and Isolated row perately. girl In my house, sick and crying for o

of houses across the tracks-Section Now he was telling her of the new days You brought her here, didn't

t ] YONDER Thirty-Seven, It was called by the bookkeeper he had hired the day be- you? You're the one who got her to

/ town-needed none but a given name. fore. come to Tlncun. And now when she

He had summoned her and she had "Queer fellow, in a way. Seems to needs you, you won't come near her !" o

HAROLD TITUSCopyright come according to instructions, furtively be capable of a much better job than Ben looked at Dawn,who was shrink-

by and alone, long after the rest of keeping books for the Hoot OwL I've ing back In her chair; at other people

the town slept. guessed at booze, disastrous family experIence whose faces reflected Incredulity or

19 5-195i, Harold Titus. She sat, a bit tight lipped, her but- and any number of things, vicarious guilt or' fright.

WNU Service. ton eyes on Brandon's face, and listened but none seems to fit him. At first I "Ma'am, I That Is, I don't understand -

to him talk, crisply and inci- was a little leary of letting him into you," he stammered.:

sively. The man finished, calm and assured :., the otlice and had him in the mill a Ills eyes were taking her in, now,

CHAPTER VIIContinued12 in his dictatorship and from his couple of days but, gee, you can't leta from her 'costly fur coat to the emer-

manner he might have been Issuing an, man who's certainly a high grade ald earrings, and the hardness of her

at Ben order to a subordinate which had to office hand do work like that! eyes; and, as In a daze, he classifiedher
He smiled at Dawn and then
I f Elliott could do with a commonplace detail of his "I brought him In and told him I put her in the shameful niche Crocheted ,edgings and insertions
Ii 1 and for the life of him
for business affairs. But after he had needed a bookkeeper but had Just had I which was hers. A great flush of bewilderment have such a wide application to
; think of nothing adequate to say
I'j, : an Instant. When he did speak, he stopped the woman leaned just a bit one experience with a man that made I swept into ,his face. household linens and' \wearing ap-
.further forward. me a little jumpy. I had a boy out "Don't understand !" Lydia laughed parel that they''ar always In de-

I said. "In levelly a lady's: house the only thing "It's a rotten deal !1" she said In a there who was a little light fingered.He harshly. "I'll say you undedt'd'' : d !"May- mand and always' Jrf 'rise.T

i I to do Is to reply in kind. Isn't that quick, nervous manner. "Why, she's didn't''' get away with anything, luck- be you think you can abuse a glfl like Pillow cases, towels, table run

true r'The only a girl, Brandon; and the boy, he'sas ily. that and get away with it in this town, ners, dresser sets, aprons, gowns,

other owed slightly, but his clean as a hound's tooth. It's rot "But I told Martin-John Martin, his but not while she's In my house' you kiddie dresses, handkerchiefs cur

Elliott's. ten !1" name Is-that I was going to put him can't !" tains, bedspreads: and many other
eyes did not meet
\ "I'm glad you are so'generous," he Brandon shrugged and looked away."I on the books if he'd take the job with A wave of humiliation overwhelmedBen. articles, require these handmade

I said and probably only Ben caught the don't care to be mixed up in this," the understanding that I was going to What could a man din a situa- finishing touches to make them at-

'; mockery In the tone. "Am I too late she went on. "I don't fancy playingany suspect him of a lot of things for a tion like this? What could he say? tractive.

I i a for tea, Dawn?" such game." long time. He gave me one of the fun- He was fouled, outmatched. Ndthingin Book No. 2G contains 72 actual
Defiance there and it struck the and said he his experience stood him In! stead illustrations'with
I : Aunt Em, standing in the doorway, was niest looks I've ever seen size instr'uctionsfor
watched this with grimly set lips. man's temper. His dark eyes swung wasn't afraid to be suspected."So to meet such an emergency as this one. many beautiful edgings some

Dawn replied that Brandon was only back to focus on her face and about there he is. We're in the new ."WhyVhy, this is an outrage," Insertions and a few medallions,

just in time and Ben, picking up his his lips was the beginning of a mali office, now. He and I each have a little he ,began weakly. But his fighting and is a valuable book to have on

to cious smile. spirit surged upward, steadied him; hand when an edging is wanted.
cap and coat, prepared go. ,
"You refuse?" I I11 "I've never seen you in my life! ]Idon't Use thread of
a \size depending
"You were talking of dances, he 1I\ftnhn\\ !\111111111111\111111I1\ \ \ \ / / I 111/1111h/ / proper -
said to Dawn. "There's one en the "If I do, what" \ u I I I Iii LI'i i !I I even know what you're talking on article to which edging is
about This Is either mistake "
cards for Saturday night, I'm told. He leaned quickly against the desk I I'j a or- to be applied.'

Would you mind going with a mere edge, / III II "Mistake !" the woman cried shrilly Send 15c to our crochet department -

; employee?" "One word to the Immigration peo-* "Don't try to get away with that I and receive this book by mail.

Her face lighted. "Mind I'd love pIe and you go back to Canada. Do suppose it does surprise you to have. Address HOME
CRAFT COMPANY -
it!" she said and the honest enthusiasm ;you think they forget .' the Canadians me find you here But you've 'kept DEPARTMENT
of and" B, Nineteenth -
? out sight, dodged me
In her voice caused Nickolas Brandon -
arid St. Louis
i to look at her Sharply. Lydia blinked rapidly, and bit her uO ,,1ii "Stop" !" he thundered. "Stop It.' I, Louis! Mo.Inclose avenue' St.

"Saturday night, then. Good-day, Mr. lips. flit say -
a stamped addressed
"You wouldn't turn me up !I" she said For an Instant his conviction checked en-
Brandon with that challenging
.
,
for
velope when
reply, writing for
Movement
her. about
was going on
smile. He turned to the woman in the sharply. any Information. ','
i doorway.; "Good-by. I guess I'll have Brandon leaned back,_ laughing com- t them, people shifting to see and hear

I kl to call 'you Aunt Em. That's the only fortably. better, one man mounting a chair. The

t f I 1- name I know you by !" "Wouldn't L though Wouldn't I? If crowd by the doorway had turned back Fearsome :Swain

: As Ben passed out beneath the hemlocks you refuse Try it, my friend, and to him after watching Dawn McManus The London :Times }"Agony Col

I : o :: and turned into the street, then try Canada's memory. You've been scurry down the stairs. But Elliott umn" contains the advertisement:

I 1 ', amazed at Brandon's manner, he safe from their law for three years.In was unaware of allthls. Young man on the point of being

I brushed against a man who, he thought twelve hours I could and would toss "There's no stopping me now, Elliott married is desIrous'of'meeting a man
I
: j I, afterwards, must have been standing you to them and have the satisfactionof I've come to show you up-" of experience who will dissuade him

Ii, '. there. In the twilight he could not be a duty done." "You've come to make trouble ,on a from such a step." The young man

:.,./f-. certain but he believed that he had I For a moment they sat In si1 ?nce. foundation of lies !" he said and probably could achieve the same pur-

never seen that heavily bearded face Then Lydia spoke with a bitter shakeof stepped closer to her. pose by signing his name.,.to. the advertisement -

';;, before. He looked over his shoulder her head."I His face was drawn and pale, now, if he didn't mind the

: later to see the man, who had started know when I'm licked," she said jaws set,and his eyes flared dangerously risk of a heart balm suit.KansasCity

I J on in the opposite direction, return and crisply. "It's rotten ; a foul blow "This is some outrageous plot," he Star.ECZEMA..

I pass slowly before Dawn McManus' but I'll have to go through with it. It said evenly, and so low that only those

home again. seems !" She rose, and her breath was it nearest him could hear. "This is done
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somewhat quick. deliberately to give me a black eye be-

CHAPTER VIII "But some day Nick Brandon, you'll 1 Should! Think You'd Be Ashamedof fore these people here! You're a partyto I
'
'1 ,' slip For years, as I get It, you've had Yourself!" a filthy scheme, whoever you are !"

others carry your dirt for you. Re- "Fine words, Elliott Fine words !
I fj ,'"- Nicholas Brandon was a man of for- member, the time will come' when this room just big enough for a bed and I But this girl's tears and misery are. on' a Ott S
ty-tive. He was rich, he was powerful, like him a lot.
r;; power you feel so sure about will crum- your head and if youwon't help her,
i r he had achieved much of what he held The, dance ended and they walked
: ble The time will come when you'llhave' I will. She goes back where she'came
r, to be desirable. toward vacant chairs and were so occupied "
< no one to turn to, no one to from tomorrow !
But his had been with another that they did
: one
experience empty
f threaten into fighting your fights for With that she turned and, self-com-
of that above not notice the hush that had fallen
r things most men crave you I wonder what'll you do posed almost proud in her bearing,
f. all else., He had not seen Dawn Mc over the place, nor the woman who
then? crossed the floor. Ben watched her go
Manus in three until she had entered until she had crossed the
years came "
I "That, he said easily, "Is distinctlymy until she had disappeared down the B B B
I back that November. He, floor and before them.
'. to Tincup stopped ;
; own affair. stairway. Then he faced about; won-
had known her always. He had Lydia stood peering through the To quickly relieve the itching and
dering what he could say to Dawn Mc-
"
watched her grow from infant to child ; ranks of onlookers that clustered about burning, and help nature restore
CHAPTER IX Manus but she was not there.
"j from child to a wistful, shy girl, liv- the doorway until the floorwas cleared. His face went blank, in amazement, skin comfort, freely applyResinol '" ,

ing under the cloud of her father's Then, with a short, imperative word, '
but the transition It was Saturday night and Tincupwas shouldered her through and bewilderment."She : ,
r tragic disappearance; she way "
f ducked out, a man whisperedand ; ""- ;: ;;:
In the Odd Fellows halla
dancing.
J; from girlhood to womanhood had into the room.
the sound carried through the
,3 >.: been made during her longest absence violin, a cornet and a piano made She stopped just within the thresh- ,

t. from the town that had been her only music for the scores who hf>;d paid old and shook the light snow from her room.

1 '-? 1; home. And so when he saw her, after their fee and danced In the glaring, fur coat and that gesture was enoughto Gone Fled because she believed Quick Pleasant
this woman? His heart went cold but ,
y r her arrival, Instead of the young girl barren room. And among them"a cyno- cause words to die in the throatsof t
himself and stalked out of
',:,: he remembered, toward whom he had sure for all eyes, went Ben Elliott and those who saw. Lydia; ; here Lydia, he gathered Successful EliminationLet's
the hall.
always been gentle and kind while he Dawn McManus.It from Thirty-Seven, Invading this place S .
sought to pilfer her heritage, he en- was the first time many of the where decent people, where good men
Brandon, alone in his office, drank be frank-there's only one
countered a lovely, compelling young townspeople had had a real good look and women and little children, were
to rid Itself of ,
deeply from a whisky bottle., Then, way for your body
woman. She charmed him, stirred in at Dawn since her return ; it was BenElliott's assembled !
on a telegraph pad scrawled an On- the waste material that causes acid-t
I: 5), his heart long neglected and now Initial encounter with a social The woman did net hesitate. Head tario address. The message itself con- ity gas, headaches, bloated feelings s I
twisted and distorted wants which, function in Tincup; it was their first' up, intently, she crossed the floor and 'a dozen other discomforts. l
sisted of but two words:
: given liberty in his youth, might have appearance In public together. CurI- straight toward Ben Elliott who, eyes "Send, Red." Your Intestines must function and !

been fine and open and clean. He osity prompted much of the neck cran- fast on Dawn to ml.s'no change in the way to make them move quick ;
TO BE CONTINUED.
wanted Dawn McManus as he never ing because Dawn, the daughter of her mobile face, still talked with ani- pleasantly, successfully, without f

had wanted anything before. Denny McManus, always had ,been a mation, unaware of the hush about Finds "Fascination" b'y' griping or harsh irritants Is to In chewa i
L. Mllnesla Wafer thoroughly, accordance k
Slowly a clear understanding of that conspicuous figure, but now her loveli- them. Snakes Is AnotherVtfyth/ with directions on the bottle !

desire struggled through to his con- ness was heightened by a flush and He did not stop talking until thewoman's or tin, *then swallow. I
sciousness. In the beginning it was both men and women forgot that she shadow fell upon him. Then Especially remarkable is, the current Mllnesia Wafers, pure milk of !

only an unidentified, disturbing urge was known chiefly as the daughter. ofa he looked up, saw her and rose. belief that snakes have the power to magnesia In tablet form, each equiv !

but when the realization finally took murderer. He rose because a woman was stand- "fascinate" or exert hypnotic Influence alent to a tablespoon of liquid milk ,

': shape he proceeded deliberately and Ben, dressed In a decently fitting Ing there, evidently waiting to speak to over their victims. It Is possible ,that; of magnesia, correct acidity, bad I

methodically toward the formulationof business suit instead of the woods him. He did not know her; had never .absence of eyelids and consequent Inability breath, flatulence, at their source, I
In which had before. He had no time to to close the eyes may be partly and enable you to have the quick, tl
a plan, as was his way In attaining clothing they always seen seen her elimination
successful BO
I He would have responsible for this fetish ; the creature's pleasant, '
I any goal. him, looked. even more youthful; than observe and judge. necessary to abundant health.
and habit of
movements
He saw Dawn frequently, dropping In usuaL risen, anyhow, because he was naturally sinuous Mllnesla Wafers come In bottlesat i
to visit briefly In passing, taking her in The two were apparently having the courteous to women. He did more probing the ground with its forked 35c and JOe or in convenient tins

his cutter" on a drive to a camp once, time of their lives. Ben talked. How than rise. He even bowed just a trifle tongue may perhaps further encouragethe at 20c. Recommended by thousandsof

casually asking her to do this or that he talked He talked of this, that, the when he saw that her eyes; were so common superstition.That physicians. All good druggists
with him. But he could not Interesther i the snake has from early times carry them. Start using these pleas- I

despite his persistent efforts, and exerted a very powerful psychological ant tasting effective wafers today.
SYNOPSISBen Influence over the imaginative mind of i
another element
now was Injected Into
man there can be no doubt whatever. 1
situation.
I, the When he encountered '
Ben Elliott: that afternoon In friendly Elliott-from "Yonder"-arrives' at the lumbering town of Tincup, with. One has but to recall the grotesque KILL ALL PLIES
Don Stuart, old, very sick man, whom he has befriended. He defeats Bull Duval of the hoop snake or the American ( j
i conversation with Dawn it required all'his "king of the river," and town bully, in a log-blrling contest. Nicholas Brandon, story /7- Placed anywhere. Daisy Tly ,
belief that the rattlesnakeadds Killer and fcllla flies.
tt resourcefulness to retain a show the town's leading citizen, resents Stuart's presence, trying to force him to leave Indian's ,, Guaranteed attracts, effective. Neat
of self-control. Inwardly he seethed town and Elliott, resenting the act, knocks him down. Elliott is arrested and a joint to its rattle every timeit oc & |convenient-Cannot rplllwllinoteoaorlnfureanyt 1D-.
finds! a friend in Judge Able Armitage. The Judge hires him to run the one lum- takes a human life. Lasts all season. 20c a out
with a hatred which now had the element ber camp, the Hoot Owl, that Brandon has not been able to grab. This belongsto of a' dealers Harold Corners, mo150r .,
:" of jealousy for an embitteringalloy. Dawn McManus, whose father has disappeared with a murder charge hanging The actual "fascinating" power > sal b Av e.n'klynN.Y.

He hated Ben Elliott with all his over his head. Brandon sends Duval to beat up Ben, and Ben worsts him the snake over Intended victims has DAISY PLY Kl LLER
soul and mingled with his passion for In a fist fight and throws him out of camp. Don Stuart dies, leaving a letter for been disproved by many carefully con- !
Elliott "to-be used when the going becomes too tough." Ben refuses to open the Many I
Dawn McManus was a species of hate letter; believing he can win the fight! by his own efforts. Fire breaks out in the ducted experiments.- years ago
as well. He hated her for her cleanli- aril!. Ben leading the victorious fight against the flames, discovers:: the fire was when it was customary to feed the WNU-7 31-35 !
ness, for her sweetness, for her powerto started with gasoline. Elliott gets an offer of spot cash for logs, that will pro- zoo's snakes In public on living rats,
vide money to tide him over But a definite I'.KIO limit! Is set. Ben meets Dawn mice, etc., It was usual to see such Saiter's
attract young men to her. McManus and discovers she is not a child, as he had supposed, but a beautiful SORE EYES Eye Lotion
A double motive, Impelled him, there- young woman. 'The railroad bridge over which the Hoot Owl lumber must pass, small animals contentedly feeding or eUerea and cures son and Inflamed eyes In 24 to 43
after, to plot and scheme and striveto and at once, to meet the time limit Imposed in the contract, Is blown up. By cleaning themselves within a few houri. Helps tie weak ordealerforSALTER'S.Onlyfrom eyed cures without pain.
oupe/human efforts Ben builds a new bridge overnight and himself drives the Inches of Jhe reptiles, says E. a Bou- Ask your BeformeponsaryP.0.8ot1aAalantaas.druggist'
the Hoot Owl. Without that
possess train over the rickety structure to Tincup, making the delivery with only a few l
timber and the tidy fortune'lit minutes to spare. lenger in the London Observer.

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The Clewiston News watched the infantile paralysis epidemic ed to narcotic drugs. They were doc- made a business call on Fred Case J. W. COUSE f: "
spread over Virginia and oth- tors who Bad maimed and killed last week. '",".",:'

er states hoping that it would die their patients, due to their ,own Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Stallings at- Counselor and Attorney at Law ;,;;,.

Published every; Friday in Clewiston, out before this[ world meeting of mental incompetency. But their fel- tended the show, at the Arcade Thea- Hopkins Building

Florida, by the ,CLEWISTON NEWS, boys took place. Instead it grew low-doctors will not take steps to (Continued on Page E) Wednesdays and Saturdays

Inc. steadily worse until there was no rid society of their services, because \ I 0:30 to 4:00 ,

other course for them except to pre- it would not be good "ethics." ;
is "ethics," anyway, In 1 1 N 1 11 N N 11 N N N 1N 11 N 1 N N N 1 N N 111 1 -
Keathley Bowden, Editor vent the meeting being held and the Just what

spread of the disease. It is not dif- the view of a medical man?-Melbourne ]- ::: New and Used :1: ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON

Entered as second'class' mail matter ficult to reason what would happen Times. REQUEST

February 1, 1927, at the Pos should the epidemic become started
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Office in Clewiston, Florida, under In the camp of thirty thousand boys LaBELLE NEWSLUCKEYSTEWART FURNITUREBELLE C. E. STEBEL

the Act of March 3, 1897. and as the boys returned to thei'rhomes I
there was danger that the ep- Electrical ContractingPHONE

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. idemic would be spread to every cor- :i: GLADE :: 2121
Advertising rates on application. ner of the land.

advancement and So, although the disappointmentis Miss Lela Stewart and James :_i: FURNITURE COMPANY :: PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
Devoted to the
true Scout will two well known
keen, every Boy Luckey, young
welfare of Clewiston and'Hendry recognize In this Instance that he ple of LaBelle, were married at peo-I I :: :: Agent for -

County. may be doing the country a great court house by ,Judge H. A. Belle Glade Florida :I GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS \

deal of good, not to mention himself last Saturday night. .1. To Theatre 11
.!. Next, Door j -} RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES
by not attending such a Miss Stewart Is the daughter of
The hum of tractors working hard Jambo-I X
ree at this time. Berry Stewart, of LaBelle, and Mr.
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to land cultivated and ready N,11111
jjet Luckey, the son of :Mrs. Anna Luck
for planting fall crops shows that j ey, of this city.. Attendants were Mr.Luckey's .
summer will soon be over and the "ETHICS, WHAT IS IT? I brother and sister-in-law, I \

Everglades vegetable season under- I Mr. and 'Mrs. Herbert Luckey.

way again. If a medical association composedof The couple will reside in LaBelle.

reputable physicians regards
Father of six daughters has invented "ethics" as something that preventsit HAYFEVERASTHMA
;METHODIST LEAGUE ELECTS
a phonograph clock that will from exposing the inefficiency.- FOUR DELEGATES I
say "get your hat and beat it" at to'put it mildly-of licensed doctors, 1

11 o'clock. Jax. Times-Union. And It would\ seem that the men of that I I
what good will it do with said association who are brave enoughto Four young delegates from the '. and SUMMER COLDS are
League of the Methodist Church
daughters parked in a car miles out do it would form their own com-
relief
eagerly stared outs from LaBelleon unnecessary. Complete only $1.00
in the country at an early hour like mittee, and proceed to inform the

that? public as to what they know of mal- they their will trip attend to Crystal the annual Beach Christ-where Postpaid. Nothing else to buy. Over

practicIng of physicians and sur- ,.
ian Adventure camp. 40,000 HOLFORD'S WONDER INHALERS
The first primary is still ten geons who should never have been
This camp is to train the younger -
months away but every week sees graduated from medical schools. I members of the League. While there ; sold last year alone. Mail $1.00 ;

more candidates ,announcing their The Times has been told of a certain -
I the young people will enjoy supervised today for full season's relief to THE it:
intentions to run for some office. medical association, made up ofa I
recreation such as ,
We're debating now whether or not large part of a county's practicing .swimming, hikes, etc. games DANDEE CO., 14 North Sixth St.,
we'll have to for physicians, that treated to
buy a larger press was a
The members chosen to attend
I MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA write
next year's ballots but when the debate between two laymen, their or
were: Miss Florence Hall, Miss Col-
time comes to print the ballots there subject being: "Resolved: That leen Alford and Henry and Charles for Free Booklet. t
will have been a large number of when a physician has private knowledge -
Hodges._
hopefuls become discouraged and of a fellow physician's unfit-

there'll still be plenty of 'room for ness to practice medicine or surgery -
Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Alford mo-
those left. it becomes the physician's dutyto I ,
tored to Moore Haven Wednesday. --
make public his knowledge, and
Mrs. James Newcombe, Miss Olive[ .;NNNNNNN1111NH:-1NNN1.:":NN1:11NNNN111N:1:111N1111N:":11NNNNNNNN11NNN:H:..:NN:.
assist In all possible to obtain
ways
We hear considerable about the Newcombe and Gordon Chauvion y
the revocation of the unfit doctor's,
rapidly rising price of foodstuffs, especially I spent ,last Saturday at Fort MyersAt

meats, but we never realized license. the end of the Baptist singing I I.FOR RENT !
until now that it was getting The debate was made Into a burlesque school, Sunday, a nondenominational -

so serious. A well-known local ladyIs for the amusement of the association -' singing convention, to be held in'

said to have fainted when told but things were said in LaBelle every third Sunday was or-

the price of steak in a Clewiston fun that must have left a sting in ganized. The first meeting will be :: New, fully modern, seven room house in ''La-: *

st'ore this week. Of course we won't the conscience of more than one of held August 18, with George Woodin :: ::
; Belle. Electric Stove and Frigidaire.
vouch for the authenticity of this the doctors present. charge of the program. Everyoneis'

story but its being told about town, "I saw the doc drink five cocktails invited to attend. ?

and we've had a little experience that afternoon. No wonder Jim Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Hall and Mr.

buying meats ourselves lately. Thorpe's wife had ,trIplets" That I I Driggers of Moore Haven attendedthe O. J. KIRK: : !

was one of the "less coarse" of the song service at the Methodist

One of the best ones we've heardin Jokes produced, but as it happened church last Sunday night. :;=: LaBelle Florida :;:

some time is taken from the column there were men in that room who Carl Floyd, a representative of .:. .:.,

of the' Junior Editor of the Ar-. were addicted to liquor, and addict- the Republic :Pictures In Tampa, 'N:N:N:N N:N N N:N:N:N:;:N N:N N:11:N N N:11:N N N:N N:N:11:H N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:.1:N:N:N:N1N:N1N:N:N:N:N N:N H:.

cadian last week: A, young man, hot, I

dusty, sweating bucketsful and cuss-

ing loudly and vociferously, was

vainly 'attempting to remove a punctured rt S
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tire from the wheel along a : : GIVE ME" ,
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lonely stretch A
of road, when a min- I -
ister of the gospel happened by. The
tire wouldn't THREE WEEKS TO "<<<':' 'X .
budge and the minister .: d ZW X'-/-: : :' ,
said, "Young man, have you tried :W f..i4t& .'. ,;f x;
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try SHOW YOU WHAT : : SAorti "
said the minister. If.h: hasn't Offer
After much per- {, ) tea dg : If
suasion the man consented. ) : E yf'' v<::c xm: no 1.d medap with Your
young n' g'WMt t' ea Gulfl motors .
Releasing his grip on the tire he 3'' I'LL I DO ON GULF .::$,::;%': ::':;'tr..t? Gi\"e the they telyyouwe ,
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knelt and prayed long and earnestly. : :t:4b ro::;";': Workout. It's Weeks to maker

"Now try; it," his adviser advised.A Yr(r o gasoline!And ,Oly fair eth er-; real a

good yank and the tire ,came off, \ : ere s What ay to) dget
,?/ t;y'' {" 750 to __
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easily. The minister said, "Well I'll ers?: expect .
OUr 750
be damned.:" ::> ouer-ll
] motorists .
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pow miles
their
UALDWIX FOR TREASURER ,Y'': : era11.a ro and Sesta rt' reg-

.' } :. ; ..: Th e perfor.r.nag.Plck.up'

Cyril Baldwin, of Sebring, is in reported Winner G _. GUll!

danger of finding himself elected to > '- j the 5 Points better On vet 7 OUt Of inSfeay5

the office of state treasurer without ,- ;r.*.| / 7 tnany on or rao re
j : of
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becoming a candidate, according: to ,refiningg' SiiiJ'g For'U.L"'

reports received here by Mr. Bald- Jive important nOtltierely 2. On trolled
win's friends. 3 > ; Try That gasoline quaro.r 3, bUtaland /

Casual perusal of newspapers I i; s:; ':'t ti -I You WOn't G ood Gul[Gasolin iII
W 3
from over the state show much interest v%< ant to ch weeks
GULF angel
in the Baldwin movement, t>5 R EFIN"NG
which had its inception in DeSoto '
county, Mr. Baldwin's old home. 4- fvef -.\, "* -c. COMPANY q ; _.
'/s
Besides the usual interest in the WiVw --- Q. hat \ /
free
candidacy for state office of a man p-'i*?*J% '% service battery
from this section, many know Mr. can hel P }
gasoline:> saVe
Baldwin through his receivership of the 1'. ;OU !l find
ans\Ye
the old Southern In
Sugar Company. Booklet this Gulf

Three potential, candidates now valuablee, pI us 14 other
seem certain of being in the state conoltJ .
treasurer's ring besides Mr. 'Baldwin .rre t the S'y Ints.

', They are W. V. Knott, who will Orange ISC.' of the

undoubtedly run for re-election, and

Samuel W. Getzen of Bushnell, who

has served in the legislature as sen- 6 1JIF
ator and representative.



,_, _. BITTER DISAPPOINTMENT THAT GOOD G'ULF GASOLINE

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,I' today since the announcement that

the Boy Scout Jamboree had been f

:.;'-"., called worked off.and For trained months in order they have that You will find the new GULF-LUBE OIL and all other


they might efficiently represent ,::
( their- troops at the world A

have scraped together their meetingand pen- T GOOD GULF PRODUCTS AtSUGARLAND

'' ; nies in order that they might have d- -

the best outing possible during their '::

ten days In Washington. And now STATION

.... suddenly, It's all over, and their disappointment SERVICE-
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( 1. days tQ come. Glenn .
"' Etherton '
p. !
The problem which' the Presidentand Prop.

scout officials faced was not an \

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':NNNN:NI.NNNNNNIINNNIIN:NNNNNNN. Mrs. R. H. Knight and son, Rich- FOR RENT-Furnished garage L. .B. Mershon GUS' BATH'. -
ard, returned Wednesday from six apartment.. Inquire on premises.F. ,
Personal Mention L. Williamson.; Itp ,
weeks visit with relatives in Au- AGENT Palm Beach
burn, Ala. ;
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Lockers and Suits for rent
visited friends Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., and Mrs. FOR SALE-Girl's bicycle in first
/-'f Miss Mary Moore Cottages and Furnished Rooms for
; class shape, $10.00. See Fred
'\. in Carl Berner met Miss Thelma Ren- Insurance Company
g Fort Myers Saturday. Week-end: Parties. |
froe, of Abbeville, Ga., in West Henricksen.
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:' I !L Carl Johnson was a business visitor Palm Beach Tuesday. ARCADIA, FLORIDA. Welcome to our Ocean. 'Phono 9313 ::.

I i 'I in Fort Myers Saturday. ,
COTTAGE FOR RENT"':'- Near coun-
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i I Troy Puryear was a business 'visitor Glorirj, Mrt.; V. A. McCarter and ty line. See Gus Cantrell. tf .INNNNNN,11,1. . ....NMNNNN.. .. .. .. .. ..NI.....N.................N..NM.. ..NNM. .NN. .M.M.NN.. ..NNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. ."N.N.N......N..'.
I in West Palm Beach Mnoday. Miss Althea Ford, of Pahokee, visited -
friends here Friday.Mr. ;
FORT MYERS BEACH ,HOTEL :: I :i:
; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McLure, Jr., y I
'1. in West Palm Beach. and Mrs. Fred J. Nebiker and Rates .
I spent Friday Special Summer
l I son Bobbie, left Sunday for East- .I I '

.\I I Miss Laura Matteson-- returned port, Me., where Mr. Nebiker is tobe For Reservations phone or write CLEWISTON GOLF i

: .. this week from a month's vacation. with the U. S. Engineer office. Mrs. George W. Smith, Hostess.
"t. .. '.

.'! A. L. Hackett spent the week-end Jack Whidden, of Lakeland, and

j I visiting his parents in Brunswick, Representative C. H. Smith,business. of Arcadia FOR land SALE, good:-1,0 house acres, plenty good of muck good f' COURSE I I.t' I'

J L Ga.. were in Clewiston on water, two miles from Clewiston.
f the first of the week.
Lillah Barrett. 3tA16
: H. J. Greene, of Stuart, was a --- .
I business visitor in Clewiston Tues- .. ".:.
DIr and Mrs. 'A. V. Southard and .:. .............. .!.
t day. children, James, Alfred and Eleanor, I NOTICE y
left Friday for a two weeks visit y
I ; \.; R. M. Hare, of West Palm Beach with relatives in Brunswick, Ga. ..
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ij : spent the week-end with his family Notice Is hereby given that the ..
here. Board of County Commissioners of : f
,f. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cowart and Hendry County, Florida, 'will meet '
daughter, Alice, went to Miami with the Assessor of Taxes for said
Mr.. and Mrs. C. F. Trainor spent at the office of the Clerk of i _
I Wednesday. They expect to have County, to the Public .
Saturday afternoon in West Palm Open ]
said
Alice's tonsils removed while there. the Circuit Court of County, on
Beach. the 12th day of August 1935, at'. 10 : .

o'clock A. M. for the purpose of .;. .) "-.
I Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence spent Mrs. D. G. Alston and daughter, hearing complaints and receiving y. t"t. .
the week-end with friends in West Martha Nell, returned Wednesday'' testimony as to the value of any "f

Palm Beach., I from a six week's vacation"which property, real personal, as fixed y .
they spent visiting relatives in Columbus by the said County Assessor of.Taxeson X

.A\, Mrs. McFadden and Ga. > the tax assessment roll of said .:. ............. IS'y
Gayle Mrs. county for the year 1935, of perfecting .:. __ f.
t Glenn Etherton spent Monday in reviewing and equalizing the :t: :t: '
Fort Myers. Jack Whidden visited friends here assessment, and will continue in session .:. .. .
--.- one morning recently. Mr. Whidden for that purpose from day to f .:

Miss Anna. Barber, of West (Palm will be a candidate for the office of day for one week, if necessary or ::: Moderate Green Fees :;:
t tI
Beach, was a business visitor here Commissioner; of Agriculture next as long as shall be necessary.
I Wednesday. year. This th'e 24 day of July, 1935. :!: Exceptional Fairways ::i i.t. _=:

,(SEAL) BOARD OF COUNTY ..
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Mrs. L. W. Jernigan and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Poole and RY COMMISSIONERS COUNTY FLORIDA.By HEND-. :;: Interesting Greens :*: i iy

J. Lovvorn of Canal Point were visitors son, 'John, and Mr. and Mrs.. I. M. Alto Hires, y y y

here Monday. Pafford and daughter, Anne, spent Chairman Pro Tern., y yII.
Saturday'afternoon in" West Palm Attest: r

Mr. and Mrs. B. E., Nail, Jr., are Beach. William T. Hull, Clerk. ..........................................................."...................................................................................".."..........."....11
visiting relatives in Troy, Ala., for I I July 26, Aug. 2-9, 1935..

.' several weeks.J. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Broking of

Sebring, spent Tuesday in Clewiston

E. Beardsley and F. M. Wright visiting friends. Mr. Broking is one 1

spent a few_days this week in Miami of the publishers of the Highlands ,

I on business. County News. ..... ,
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jl Mrs. T. B. Shelley is visiting her Mrs. W. C. Nail and daughter, Miriam -

: 'I mother, Mrs. E. E. _Kelley in Day- Mrs. S. C. Stalls-and daughter, YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
', I Peggy, and Mrs. Lillian Harben of
: I', tona Beach this week. .
: : -- Moore Haven were visitors in Clew- 1

j' I ; Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden iston Wednesday. when you buy a low-priced car ,

and son, Kay, spent Sunday in Okee- ..
chobee with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Beverly C. Flanni-

l ken and son, Beverly, Jr., and Tex.R. .
1
I j N Mrs. Nesbit McGee left Wednes- Flanniken' left Saturday for sev-
I eral weeks vacation relativesn
I t' day for her home in Miami after .visiting with
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l Miss Mary Moore. Mississippi and<<: Texas
r rrd',

Miss Yvonne Johnson of Sarasota Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,Mrs. Keathley

;} Bowden, Mrs. Willard F.
is spending a week in Clewiston visiting Simpson
r- Miss Mary Moore. :and Mrs. Fred Flanders and daughter

I Phyllis, of Moore Haven, spent

I Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Ewing of Monday in West Palm Beach.
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I lIrs.rr.. P. Turner visited several
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Thursday afternoon.Mr. '
I days this week with her son, H. ,'H. e
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Turner and Mrs. Turner. Miss Mary
! and Mrs. Dale Clark of Miami -
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Turner, Mrs. Jack Tyre and T. P.
C visited Mr.; and. Mrs.\ Geo..
Turner of Avon Park came for her
I Sparks over the week-end.
l on Sunday. III

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I Mrs. C. F. Trainor and Barbara (
Mrs. H. L. Delaney and H. L. De-
I Ann are spending this week with
Laney, Jr., of LaBelle, visited Mr.
I ; Mr. Trainor in Indiantown.
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and Mrs. H. H. Turner Sunday.

Grady' T. Echols left Sunday fora
' Sam Heath has leturned to Paho- I
visit of several weeks with relatives -
r- ,:" kee after spending s feral weeks : _-
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in Langdale, Ala. .
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r ir'' here working in Alston's store. 0
-! :' :. Miss Mabel Presley of Fort Myers DEALER ADVERTISEMENT
r ;A : Mrs.,, F. R. Maxwell and friend,
; is returning to her home today after 1
I :.:', Mrs. Laybell, of Miami, are spending ,
spending three weeks with her sister ,
I a few days here this week. ,- Mrs. S. H. Headley. Mrs. Head- ea2dz.etd THAT ARE FOUND ONLY IN CHEVROLET

i i ley and daughter, Billie, accompanied .. ,
Mrs. John B. Dotterer spent Wednesday (

,I in LaBelle as the guest of. : her for a week's visit. The most finely balanced lowpriced'car ever built E

Mrs. J. n, Small and young son.
Claude C. Jones, of Arcadia, wasa
business visitor in Clewiston this
; Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roberts have Blue-Flame Valve-in-Head Engine and
morning. Mr. Jones, long active in Get all ,of these vitally
moved into the house recently vacated Cable-Controlled Brakes.
school affairs of the stale has expressed important features' when Weatherproof
by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nebiker.
his intention of becoming a you buy your new motor car. You can And your own eyes and your own tests

candidate for the office of State Superintendent' lowest in the new will to you that these features
Mr. and Mrs. W. Wi. Perry and get them at prices prove
'son, Billy, are 'spending I several of Schools in next I Master De Luxe Chevrolet-the most are absolutely essential to the greater

weeks with) relatives. in Florida. and I year's election. finely balanced low-priced car ever beauty and safety, the greater comfort

Georgia. I De Luxe Chevrolet and roadability, and the greater combination
Master
built! The
___ I II Mrs. Glenn Sears returned to her
I Dr. O.: F. Schiffli left Wednesday home in Georgia Sunday after a is the only car in its price range that of performance and economy

for Highlands, N. Car., to''join Mrs. visit with' her daughter, Mrs. H. C. brings you a Solid Steel Turret-Top Body which only Chevrolet provides. Visit

*Schiffli and the children. for several. Kolstad and family. Mr. and Mrs. by Fisher ,. Knee-Action Ride your nearest Chevrolet dealer today.
weeks vacation. Gayle McFadden, Mr. and Mrs. H.
C. Kolstad and Kim accompaniedher CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN
\ Compare Chevratet'i low dtliemJ price and easy G.M.A.C.terms. A General Motor Valut
Rev. and Mis. J. E. Luther and as far as West Palm Beach ,
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Miss Charlotte Luther of St. Peters- where she took the train. -

burg, Fare visiting Mr. and Mrs. R ,
F. Paxton, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Lawler and C1 a4fe'5ZeA1te

-- children Peggy and Bobbie, returned -
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston and Sunday from a month's vacation. \

children left Saturday for Richland, Peggy and Bobbie visited their -

Ga., where they will visit several grandmother In Indiana while Mr. '
., weeks with relatives. and Mrs. Lawler toured many pointsof "
CHEVROLET'i I
4:' Interest west of the Mississippi,
Lt. and Mrs. W. HMills. and including Yellowstone Park. ,

daughter, Rose Anne, were week i
eid visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Allison NOTICE

Miller in Fort Myers.Mr. .
The regular meeting of Woman's ClewistonClewiston Motor Co.

and Mrs. J. D. Gardner, of Circle of the Friendly Bible Classof
Miami, spent the week-end with Mr the Community Church will meeton
and Mrs. '0. F. Goodman.; Mr. and Monday afternoon at 3:30 with
Mrs. Goodman accompanied them Mrs. A. H. King. All members 'are Florida.

back to Miami Monday. urged to attend.

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chat people are forever complimenting. /t
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little self-conscious regarding her
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,, 1 The other day the two of them >1 1
boarded a Lee road bus and the mother
absent-mindedly put a dime In the box.
I( Said the conductor: "The little girl's fhlry

I;!<:' fare."
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., are vegetarians, that's why.A budget and the other anticipatinga
;"'" rise In temperature-and makesa
Real Fee cool decision to Include several
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i,"'. I honor at a part the day before right now. It took a lot of ingenuityto
_Western Newspaper Union _r By Ted and one of his little friends was regarding design that clever yokecapepanelin

", him enviously. one. It makes sewing so easy,
"How was it?" he asked. "Did yon and briefly, that cape is much cooler
II');': THE FEATHERHEADS .A22r. -and Far Away nave a good time?" than a sleeve. Pattern 9354 sportsan
:. "Did'I?" was the emphatic answer. action pleat back and skirt justto

} I ucT SAw ,Jl I "DIDM'T BiiT7 ( WELL-THIS IS NO '1 ain't hungry yet!" help you "get places." If you finda

CLARENCE OH- I DIDNT \I'D LIKE\ To U I PLACE To JUKJ A simple flat neckline becoming, omit
the dashing revers (but we like 'em).
/ A Good Imagination
+ febiNS OUT OF HEARSPFAK t'otJ HE OWES ME:: ) I PERSON -AND
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Schoolmsister-Now.Villie.. If the Very spectator sports,
:. To I 1ESIJES/: I J HE HAD
HERENEWT "wENTI fice week-end jaunts. Make
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OiiT oN THA' \HIM L. glJCkS l IT, I G LJE-SS HE'P you hang clothes on It? /. it up in washable sport silk or
SIDE L PAY Willie 'es, sir. I shantung. Try a novel"cork" buckle
W ? Schoolmaster, tin. That's good. and buttons.
c: And what sort of clothes, Willie? I Pattern 9334: may be ordered onlyin
5 f F Willie-Imaginary, (clothes sir. sizes 14, 10, IS, 20, 32, 34, 30, 3S,
40 and 42. Size 1C requires 4 yards
S; a 111 Don't Fuss With It 36 inch fabric.

/ Mrs. de Fashion tat the children's Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins A
party)-Marguerite! or stamps (coins preferred) for this .
Li Nursemaid-Yes, madam? pattern. Be- sure to write plainly
Mrs. de FashIon-it's time for us togo ;your NAME, ADDRESS, the STYLE
home. Which of these children Is NUMBER and SIZE.
mine?-Pearson's Weekly. Complete, diagrammed sew chart
included.
\Ill pJjj ( L SO WHAT Send your order to Sewing Circle
Pattern Department, 232 West Eight-
IrL I ,teenth Street, New York.

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IM HERE FOR, !IP W DIVE HIM A HE UOOKEP.THE ON THE FLY PAPER
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EATING
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HOW SID' H I 1 '
FooD ow MV 1 Fat Lady-He got into an argument -

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Edith-Did you suffer much when
"It's a long lane that has no turning." you had tonsilitis?

r. "Squared another grudge. against Ethel-Awfully. I couldn't speaka
;., somebody, eh?" word for two days.

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Waiting List EconomicalPercyI
it
The young couple was talking over dream every night that .,;;} .
a finances and the husband remarked: you and I nre married. ,. '
"Won't it be wonderful when we're. Gwendolyn-Grand idea-two can. (
out of debt. live as cheaply as one that way.

Western Newspaper Union 111 say," returned the young wife,
"Tve got a'whole list of things I'm
going to charge when that day comes."

I OFF KEY Later I met him in Naples, then In 1 I BRAKES ON Indianapolis News.
Rome, again in Calcutta and finally I
crossed the ocean with him. What do Preference

you think of that? "Do you like a man who quotes 4
Miss N'ozimm-But why didn't :you poetry?"
pay him what you owed him in the "Well," replied Miss Cayenne, "he 0
first place? S is usually better than one who relieson

original ,conversation."
Knew All the NewsA

young man walked rather pensively Mexican Imbroglio

into the village post office. ", Host-What do you think of the ;4e
"Any letters for me today?" he Mexican imbroglio? ;

asked the postmistress. Guest-Well, I confess I like our
M "No, Henry she replied rather G plain old-fashioned fruits best.-Path-
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sharply."That's > "He's rich and yet.he never spendsany finder Magazine.
Mrs B.-Oh, I just love Ibsen. rather strange," he, murmured more than he has to."
>Mr. B.Wen., y' better not let me half to himself. "That's probably the reason he's Hit Specialty
see you with him. "Nothing strange about that, young
rich.
"Why did you break your engage-
man, replied the postmistress. "You
ment with Tom?" .
haven't answered her last letter :yeti" -
Fully Guaranteed Answers Magazine. A Ton's a Ton "He deceived me. He told me he
., Customer-Do you guarantee this Customer want a ton of coal. was a liver and kidney specialist, andI
parachute? Highly Specialized Dealer-Yes, sir, what size? found out that Ixe only worked in a
Salesman-Absolutely.) Any time> It butcher shop."-Stray Stories Maga I
; Well,
Customer-- if It's not
falls to Patient-Say, doc, I asked that nurse ; askingtoo
open after you have jumpedout over there to put a hot water bottleat much. I'd like to have the 2,000-(( ( zinc < I
of
a plane bring It back and we'll
refund your money. my feet and she turned up her pound-size ton. .,. '/
Weakening
nose and walked away.
Doctor-No "What would you do if a man kissed
wonder. Don't you Wake Up, John "
Met Quite Often know she's the head nurse? Mrs. John-Have you put out the you1
Mr. Travell-The world is a small Patient-My heavens, do they spe- cat, dear? "Scream. But I'm terribly hoarse
place. Last year I met a man who cialize to that extent Get me a foot John (half asleep)-Naw, I didn't today."-Lustige Kolner Zeltung.
lives on the next street to me, In Paris. nurse then. even know It was on fire.



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IMPROVED Crochet Designsin Rocky Island ,Refugeof
1 chi $ UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
\ 'Bel u 5 a n. Wide Demand Primitive Reptiles

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i SUNDAY Stephen island, an' almost Inac-

I luesson cessible rocky island off the coastof

ETTTJ 0II New Zealand, is one of the few
By REV. P. B. FITZWATER. D. D.. _
rI I Member of Faculty Moody Bible places where the primitive reptiles,

HI.I'I I,' Western Institute Newspaper of Chicago.Union. L .;h iti 1 th rtlWi.. ,Oo the tuataras National, may Geographic still be found society, .says

The strange creatures live in bur-

I i \. Lesson for August 11 rows with petrels, light gray and
4 ti
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" i I DANIEL I sluggish beasts, dull yellowish ot

, :,:1 Io olive brown, interesting rather than
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LESSON TEXT-Daniel 1:8-20. beautiful. Some are 20 Inches long.

I.'i GOLDEN TE&T-Know ye not that Although lizard-like in appearance,
your body Is the temple of the Holy the tuatara is different from the
IIf Ghost which Is in you, which ye have
f of God-I Corinthians 6:19.: I lizard in many anatomical charac-

I :% PRIMARY TOPIC-How Daniel Grew ters. It is one of the oldest known

Strong.. reptilian t 'pes-old even in relationto
JUNIOR TOPIC-Ten Times
Strong.
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extinct types. Among living
I, INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- rep-
IC--Obeying the Laws of Health. tiles it is considered to be the most
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pjH YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- generalized in its anatomy
1C .Motives for Total Abstinence.The .
An
? interesting point about this

I r lesson committee has designated animal is that it has the pineal eye

,this lesson, "Temperance and (third eye) well developed. On the

Health." In the use, of this as a tem- Crocheted edgings and insertions top of the head is a rosette of small

l'l'f l'j perance' lesson It must be borne In have such a wide application to scales with a transparent central

,j: mind;l that It Is temperance In the senseof household linens and wearing apparel scale; below is an organ with the
self-mastery rather structure of an eye, having a lens
than
having to that they are always In demand -
do, with indulgence In intoxicating and always In use. and pigmented retina. Tuatara is
liquors Daniel's not unique in this; it is also possessed -"
self-mastery was due Pillowcases, towels, table run-
\ ;, -- to his right relation and loyalty to ners, dresser sets, aprons. gowns, .by some lizards, but in them

! 1/111111/ Fruit Stall in Quetta, Baluchistan.Prepared.by I his God. It Is utterly futile to hopeto kiddie dresses, handkerchiefs, cur- the nerve,Aof this organ is degen-

enforce a program of temperance tains, bed-spreads, and many other erate, while in the tuatara it is still ,

the National Geographic Society. springs and small streams, but more upon those who are In rebellion]][ articles, require these handmade well developed.
D. C. WNU Service.
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Washington often the native cultivators depend upon -. against. God. finishing touches to make them at-
BaluchlI'
Indian of -
province floods to water_ and fertilize, their I I. Daniel In Captivity. In Babylonvv. tractive.. nrxnR
THE lost its most important city -
I'', soil. ( 1-4)). N Book No. 26 contains 72 actual
that
the recent earthquake
ffi& ; Along the coast hundreds of small, Daniel vlth'his companions were size illustrations with instructions! FMSGlJ
r destroyed Quetta.
t "' clumsy fishing boats operate in the carried away: to Babylon In the first for many beautiful edgings, some
Quetta, the capital of Baluchistan
\ Arabian sea fisheries. The fish are seIge Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar. Insertions and a few medallions,
I and the only municipality in the province salted and form one of the leading At the command of the king, certain and is a valuable book to have on fir. Jo r, GrF" ".y 1

' j existed primarily for military articles of Kalat commerce. choice young men were carried hand when an edging is waated.

purposes, but the Pax Britannica, sub- There are no organized industriesIn away because they were "skillful In Use a thread of proper size, depending -
stitute for the lawlessness and banditry -
the state. Every native woman isan wisdom, and cunning In knowledge, on article to which edging is
ot former days, had made an impor -
expert with the needle and she and understanding science," that they to be applied.
tant civil community and trading cen- makes all the family clothing. Wool might be trained to stand- In the king's Send 15c to our crochet depart-
ter of it as well.Baluchistan '
and goat hair from domestic animalsare palace., ment and receive this book by mail.
is India's fortress to the
her working materials and what II. Daniel's Trials (vy. 5-7)._ Address, HOME CRAFT COMPANY -
and its donjon keep.
Quetta was
east
she docs not use finds its way to 1. Conscience- (v. 5). By the DEPARTMENT B. Nineteenth -
The British have been in control of
Pasni, the leading Kalat port,. destinedto _appointment of the king, a dally pro- and St. Louis avenue, St.
the place since 1S77 and since 1SS3
foreign markets., A peep through vision was arranged i or'the hinds meat Louis, Lilo.Inclose .
have held it under perpetual lease from
I the door of a native hut may also re- and wine for Daniel and his companions a stamped addressed en-
its old rule, the picturesquely named
'yeal a pottery factory, but only a small This was contrary to the custom velope for reply, when writing for

Kali of Kalat quantity of the homemade product is among the godly Jews. Being con any information. OINTMENTwill
When the British went in Quetta was
sold beyond the Kalat borders. trary to the Jewish customs they could aid in removing"
only a little of mud huts sur-
group Just across the Baluchistan border, not conscientiously partake of them. Naval Safety Measure
that
rounded by unhealthy plains that were iiching'dandruff, j
in the province of Sind, is the seaportof 2. The change of name (vv. 6, 7)). Widening, on an extensive scale,
virtually swamps. Drainage and sani- assisted witlt
by
Karachi which has been crowded Among the Hebrews names were givento of the.entrance channel to Pearl Har- shampoos
tation made the place over. The pop
with refugees from the earthquake dis- 'children which were most signifi bor, Uncle Sam's naval base in the
ulation increased to 00,000, and once
' tricts. Like Marseilles, near the mouthof :cant. Daniel means "God Is'my Judge." territory of Hawaii- urged by Ad- rutieuraSOAP
swampy lowlands furnished a settingfor
the Rhone, and Alexandria, near the The significance of this name Is that miral Norman Smith. The admiral
villas ahd farm houses surroundedby
mouth of the Nile, Karachi is of a all the problems of life were submitted claims that under present conditionsit
orchards and planted
, Western Influence had groves.permeated great river, but not' on: it. It Is just to God for a decision. God was is dangerous for large battleshipsto to kcepyour scalp clean.

off the delta of the Indus ; but its, Im- made the arbitrator of his life. His get in or out.LET'S..
: Quetta and the standard of living had -
:1 portance is largely a gift from that name was changed to Belteshazzar,
risen accordingly. Tea, a little while
,
stream, whose shifting alluvium has which means "Bel's prince." It meant- .
'ago a marked luxury, was becoming
I i swallowed up its rivals. therefore one whom the chief god of
a common beverage. Leather footwear
I
, Tatta, an old capital of Sind, as the Babylonians favors. Uananlah
I had displaced sandals to a noticeable '
: degree. Karachi is today, was on a deep-water means "gift or beloved of Jehovah." CHEER [ IT'S HERE

i branch of the Indus a short distance His'name was changed to Shadrach,
1'2. Hot Days, Cold Nights. which signified "Illumined the
above Its mouth. It flourished until by sun

vjj l ,' Quetta is In the same latitude asa the river left it high and dry. Shah- god, Rach." Mishael means "who is as.

Cairo, Jacksonville, Fla., and Shanghai, bandar, a more famous Sind port on God?" His. name was changed to 1r
but because of its G.OOO feet of altitude Meshach\ which "who is like
another Indus branch, could, like New means .r
and the physical aspect of the sur- Orleans, be reached by deep-draught the goddess, Sheshach the gentleone

I rounding country, its climate is very men-of-war. But about 1723 Shahbandar ?" Azariah means"Jehovah is our

different. Each day the mercury bobs also became silted up and Is now nelp." This was changed to Abed-

up and down through a wide range. only an inland village. Common sense nego, which means "the servant of

The area devastated by the earth- dictated the choice of a port outside Nego." Back of the change of names

quake extends south of Quetta into the shifting delta, and Karachi, in a was the attempt of Satan to wipe out

the state of Kalat, a vast mountain- sheltered bay a short distance to the the name of the true God.

streaked region of Baluchistan, where west, began to grow in importance. III. Daniel's' Courtesy (vv. 8-13).
modern progress has hardly penetrated. Daniel have been the
Karachi Once a Slaving Center. seems to
There are no road maps in Kalat, Karachi's chief "product" of import spokesman for the company. Althoughhis

for good roads are scarce. In recent and export had been Abyssinian slaves heart was fixed, he did not forgetto

years towns of the coastal region and brought by Arab boatmen from Masqat.\ be a gentleman. He requested to

of with the telegraph extreme north lines.have The been railroad linked Since British control came to north- be excused from this meat and drinkIn CRISP AND SWEET: [[_IT'S A TREAT J f fr I

western India, Karachi's hinterland has order''that he be not defiled. We
from Karachi to eastern Persia runs been greatly developed through improved should learn from this that in times

across the state's northern extremity, irrigation methods, and a swelling even of great trials we should be IT"

I .' but even in the shadows of the telegraph stream of agricultural and other courteous. When Daniel asked that 'a

I poles and along the railroad products has flowed to the port. Aftera test be made as to the effect of the
right-of-way the natives cling to their food the of himself
countenance
railway was built to tap the Punjab'swheat upon
camels and horses. A network of animal and companions gracious consideration -
fields, Karachi became India'sgreatest ,
paths forms the major communication grain port. In population the was given to them.IV. I

system. Few people of the in- town has jumped from less than 20,000 Daniel's Triumph (vv. 14-21). I II

terior have seen an automobile, and to before the British came, to about 2G3- 1. As to physical health (vv. 14-16). ir r!

t many coins are curiosities, for their I 000 today. A test was made for ten days, and It iI i

9 wants are satisfied by barter. Though Karachi has a huge and rich was shown that Daniel and his com- I
Kalat is sparsely settled. The stateIs I
fairer in countenanceand
land to draw from, its immediate sur panions were !
nearly as large as Nebraska but it roundings are rather discouraging. fatter In flesh than those who In- E

./ nijs! or.i> twice as many inhabitants Rocky peninsulas jut out to shelter its dulged In the eating of the king's 4 I I

.\ as the city of Omaha. Small villages harbor. A dun-colored, dry plain sur- meat. This meat and wine would have

are sprinkled on the plains and In the rounds the town. A few miles to, the been pleasant to the palate, but would

valleys and there are perhaps a dozen norhwest lie the seamed, baked-clay have meant a compromise of the 'con
fair-sized towns, but no large cities in science. It Is obligatory upon God'schildren
bills of Baluchistan, "as strange a RACKETY-RAX
the American sense. Kalat, the capital country as any in Asia." today to abstain from that ,
u
was a cluster of '''mud houses and Off along the coast and Into Baluchi- which Is contrary to his law. SWELL FOR SNACKS

matting huts climbing a hill topped stan strikes the amphibian telegraphline 2. Spiritual Insight (v. 17). Becauseof J.O J.

with the mud-walled, fortresslike ci- that gives Karachi its most direct Daniel's loyalty to God, Nebuchad- t

tadel of the Khan. Much of it was destroyed connection with the West. A land line nezzar's dream was revealed to him

.1 I Dy the earthquake. until it gets well into Baluchistan, It (2:31-45), and he was given visions

The inhabitants of Kalat are divided then dives Into the sea to come up sketching the whole history of the '
into tribes, each with a chief. Many coast world. 'I
again on the Persian :; and strike .
I tribes graze sheep and herd goats, following overland through Persia and Turkey to 3. Mental growth (w. 17-20). Dan- APE-N UTS

their animals wherever there is Europe. iel and his companions were found to F qK

fresh pasturage. Some of them live Gateway for Central Asia. be ten times superior In matters of ES.i

the year round In matting or cloth-cov- wisdom and understanding to their
Karachi is not only a door for India,
ered huts; others refuse to be bur- comrades. Those who abstain from 0
it is the gateway besides for much of
dened with cargo when on the move .central Asia. Numerous products that Indulgence In the use of strong drinks

II and build new brushwood huts at each are freighted Into Karachi harbor find have clearer minds and are thus bet-

I stop their way up through the famous Khy- ter equipped mentally for their work

! JIIl/ Farming and Fishing. ber' Pass and over Himalayan trailsto than those who Indulge therein.

Kalat farmers occupy the valleys. Afghanistan, Turkistan and Tibet. 4. Their social and political prefer- '

l 1l:.. While( some fruits, cotton and dates Many millions of dollars have been ence (v. 10) They stood before the

are exported, the farmers are scarcelyable spent on the harbor ,of Karachi In the king. No higher position of influenceand ._ r
to produce enough food for domestic construction of moles Jetties and other honor could have been given

consumption. Normal rainfall Is port works. Keeping its waters them. ONCE you taste Grape-Nuts Flakes, you'll {lc4" lj1l I--jI

scanty and the soil Is poor; In the deep enough Is a never ending fight. 5. Their temporal influence (v. 21), cheer, too! Crisp, sweet, golden-brown flakes 4' {; :

northern part of the state, which Is A strong ocean current sweeps to the They were all advanced to positionsof with plenty of real nourishment. One dishful,
one of the hottest areas in India, the entrance part of the tremendous load Influence, and Daniel became president -
with milk contains varied
cream more nourishment
,
sun is relentless in its destruction of of silt brought down by the Indus and of the 'college of wise men. and
crops. Famine visited the state In this must be continually dredged away the prime minister of the nation. This than many a hearty meal. Try it- \

1830 and lasted for ten years. that Karachi may not suffer a fate like position he continued to hold during your grocer has it! Product of General Foods. j/

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WALTER VAUGHN CELEBRATES bara Hedges visited in Fort Denaud Jimmy Brooks, of Moore Haven, Malcolm McQueen motored to Moore : This may not be the first case on ':

JTJI BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY Tuesday. attended the song service given by I Haven Sunday night. ''I record of one egg being found inside tir:;

Miss Julia Hendry is visiting her the Baptist church Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hill and small another but it is sufficiently :;

sister, Mrs. Clara Grant in Tampa. : daughter Esther Miss Dorothy Hill rare that no one who has yet seenit
Walter Ernest Vaughn, son of Mr. Mrs. Spencer Aiken and infantson Miss Lillian Burke Is attending I and Woodrow Parsons motored to remembers ever having seen such

and Mrs. Harry T. Vaughn, celebrated Larry, and Mrs. Aiken's sister. the Baptist Assembly meeting held Fort Myers Sunday, where they attended an oddity bef6re. IJ... .,

his ninth birthday with a partyat Miss Bernice Infinger, were in Fort at DeLand for two weeks. the show at the Arcade Thea

his home Tuesday afternoon. Myers Monday. Miss Carrie Eunice Rider and Ed-I tre.
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Several and contests were
games
Roscoe Huff of Fort Myers was in ward Bronson were in Fort Myers Emory Curry, who is working in
enjoyed, including a bean contest ".
:
LaBelle on business Wednesday.Mr. Monday. I.Pahokee, visited in ,LaBelle Saturday -
in which Nora Oglesby was high for I, ,,.
and for boys. and Mrs. Fred Case and Homer : Mr. and Mrs. Tharpe returned to 1 night. :
girls Harry Vaughn
Delicious refreshments were served i Howard motored to Moore Haven I Tampa Monday, after Mr. Tharpehad You Wreck 'Em

Sunday night where they attendedthe finished. conducting a two
and there were two birthday cakes, I AM EGG WITHIN AN EGGDISCOVERED
week's singing school at the Bap-
one with nine candles for Walter theatre. .. HERE We Fix 'Em
and another with three candles for Alice Lynn Bailey is visiting Mrs. tist church.Mr.

his brother Harry T. Vaughn, Jr., Sam Thompson at her home in Im- and Mrs. L. W. Turner, Miss (Moore Haven Democrat) PAINTING BODY AND

whose birthday was a few days mokalee this week.' Inez Sylvester, Miss Eloise Turner, FENDER WORK
Another oddity of
and Jones worthy repro-
Lula Jones Tommy
Miss ,
ago. Mrs. L. W. Turner and her houseguest
duction with cartoons TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY
Pirate's Ripley's was -
dance the
at
Those present were: Fay Lou Miss Inez Sylvester, and Miss attended the discovered Wednesday morning by
Cove in Fort Myers Thursday night.
Mitchell, Annette Simpson, Richard Lula Jones shopped in Fort Myers "Dad" Farnam when he cracked an
Miss Anna Rue Waters, of Moore Dono, by An Expert -
Simpson, John Poole, LaDeen Pet- Friday. egg for a customer's breakfast and
LaBelle
Haven visited in Saturday.
ers, Ann Pafford, Billy Redelshelm- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wright and Mrs.: Frank O'Bannon and- son, out 'dropped another egg floatingin Courteous Service

er, Nancy Wright, C. E. Mills Jr., daughter, Miss Mary Margaret, Miss Pat. and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 0'- the white of the broken one. Work Guaranteed.

Solon Mills, James Southard, Alfred Allie Langford, and Miss Dorothy Dad immediately found another Prices Reasonable.
Bannon made a trip to Fort Myers
,
Southard, Nora Oglesby, Margaret Pope of Arcadia.visited in LaBelle Wednesday. .._ egg to be cooked for the customer
VonMach, Sue VonMach, Grace last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Wright ? and placed the other in a glass to
Ward and Harry J. Vaughn. formerly lived in LaBelle.Mr. Mrs. W. E. Hull and sons, Billy be viewed with' great curosity by PIONEERService

and Mrs. Edwin Fitzgerald of and Johnny, left LaBelle Saturday
everyone who came in. The second StationBELLE
to go to Brook ville, where they
MRS. SEARS, )n s. XETOKEll) : Tampa spent last week-end with egg was about an inch in length and
will make a short visit with Mrs. '' GLADE PHONE 10
ENTERTAINED AT TEA Mrs. Sam Carson. had a soft shell. The egg in whichit
Rev. and Mrs. L. M. Lilly and' Hull's father, Mr. Lowman.Mr. was found was no larger than the Wrecker:: Service at All Hours
and Mrs. Joe ,Booth motoredto 6
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle entertained at 1Irs.Vm.. Neal and Mr. and Mrs.J. average egg.
Fort Myers Monday.
tea Saturday 'afternon. in honor of C. Swindall of Moore Haven at-
Miss Well Weaver, Miss Lucille
Mrs. Glenn Sears and Mrs. Fred J. tended the services at the Baptist ---"
Miss Mildred Hill J. W.
Davison, ,
here .
Nebiker. church lastSunday.

Sandwiches coolers and an iced I Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Flemjng mo- Hampton, Phanon O'Bannon.and. YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE.

fruit drink were served to: Mrs. H. tored to Tampa Monday. I Admit only clean, constructive news by reading

0. Peters, Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Close of Miami are THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITORA
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Gayle McFadden, Mrs. H. C. Kol- visiting Mrs. Close's parents, Mr. Daily Newspaper for the Home

stad, :Mrs. R. H. Collins, Mrs. J. ARumbley : and Mrs. Dan G. McCormick Ie give. aU the constructive world news but does not exploit crime and 1tt, ,
and Mrs. Willard F. Simp- A picnic and fishing party held \ scandal Hae interesting feature pages for all the family on Women'
Hints for MotoristsBy Activities, Homemaking Gardens, Educlltion and Books. Also pages for
:son.;> at Lake Trafford Sunday was enjoyed the Children and Young Folks. Vigorous editorial. and an interpretation of
by the 'following: Mr. and Mrs. news in the "Marcb of the Nation Column lire of special interest to men. __
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A. H. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Claton C. R. Strouse The
Christian Science Publishing Society
LaBelle NewsCont'dContinued Achison.. Mr. and Mrs. John Hob- One. Norway Street. Boston, Massachusetts ,
Director, School of Automobiles, Pleaso enter my subscription to The Christian ,Scienco Monitor for a
litzer, Mrs. J. E. Edwards and child- International CorrespondenceSchools period ,ofOne
-- year $9.00 Three months tl.:25! .
ren, Junior and Rerrjl of Fort My- 'Six months 4.50! One month 75c '

tre ( night.from Page 4) ers, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Turner Miss Name..............,..,......................................... ..............

George Thursday Burchard and Harry, De- Inez Sylvester, Miss Lula Jones, Street.............................. ........................................... I
Tommy Jones of LaBelle and Miss
laney attended the meeting of the Mary Elizabeth Murphy of Zolpho r r r City........-........... ................. .State...............................
Elks club in Fort Myers Wednesday Springs. Sample Copy on Request

night.
Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Bylaska of
Mrs. Drew Hampton, Mrs. Blitz
Fort Myers visited Mr. and Mrs. M.
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and Miss Carol Bradford
shopped Wegman in Fort Myers Monday.Ben Belle F. Yoemans Sunday.at their home in, La- ,;'. I., .. : _::,: .: .1i ;f.i_t;. y. j iL.: '.:: i! -_ t,

Manning of Huntsville Ala.,
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Lloyd and
is visiting his father, W. M. daughters, Ruth, Dorothy and,Edna,
ning, who has been seriously ill. and Miss Billy Hampton motored to renewing auto-hose connections, Build Now While Your

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller, of Pa- Fort Myerjs Beach Sunday, where get a length of hose in a size just a
hokee visited Mrs. Miller's parents, little too small to be forced over the
they enjoyed in the Gulf
swimming
Mr. and Mrs. Homer G. Hand, at nipples of the radiator tank'and engine
their home in North LaBelle Wed- and picknicking on the beach. block. To swell the ends of the : Government Is
nesday. Miss Edna Moon, who has been hose sufficiently to enable them to Ready r

taking a nursery school course at be slipped over the nipples, soak the
Harry; Howard, Ernest Burke and Florida State College for Women at ends in gasoline for about an hour.

Edward Cook left LaBelle Saturday I Tallahassee for the past eight Slip the ends into place. Adjust the
for Fort Scriven to attend C. M. T. clamps after the gasoline has and to You
weeks, returned to her home in La- evap- Wining Help'
Camp. Belle Friday. orated, when it will be found that
The friends of Mrs. Alvah Burke the hose has a tight grip on the
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dickson and
regret that she is very ill. Mrs. nipples. Do not use hose having wire
small son made a trip to Tampa
;Burke is being treated in Fort My- Monday.Mrs. ments.unusually heavy fabric reinforce- An amendment to a former ruling of the Federal Hous-

ers. Bill Blount returned last ing Act has been made which permits extending loans for new A
Miss Nellie Weaver, Miss Mildred week to her home in LaBelle after: Open seams in the casing are P .d .

Hill, David Parsons and Ernest Hall attending summer school at the Uni- usually responsible when a muffler construction or modernization from $1,500 to ''$2,000 and

motored to Crystal Beach Monday, versity of Florida at Gainesville.Miss suddenly becomes na sy. The leaky r
to take the League delegates to the Jackie Begley and Miss seams can be distinguished by the extending time limit from three years to five 'eal's. 7

Christian Adventure camp. Louise Ellis, of Alva, visited Mrs.C. I soot-blackened easily'' be sealed appearance with and can .

Mrs. R. V. Hedges and Miss Bar-I E. Roberts Tuesday., bestos furnace cement.ordinary f\S- Loans may now be secured: for new building construction .


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