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Creation Date: August 16, 1935
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SPADARO COMPANY Trustees. Commended ,I Will. Rogers Killed Kansas City Doctor TEACHERS SELECTEDTO

i Will Practice Here
For School Repairs
AWARDED CONTRACTFOR Will Rogers, greatest of Am- FILL VACANCIESBY
erican ,humorists, and Wiley

=1 I r rI rI rI ri 1\1. E. VonMach, local member of Post, one of the country's best Dr. and Mrs. Glenn J. Potter, of
ORTONA LOCKA the county school board stated this airplane pilots fell to their Kansas City, arrived in Clewiston SCHOOL BOARD '

1 I week that too much credit could not death last night while flying, Tuesday and will locate here, Dr.

be given the board of trustees of from Fairbanks to Point Barrow Potter planning to open offices in

i telegram received in the Clew Clewiston for their cooperation in Alaska, radio news bulletins the Alston Building and be ready The regular meeting of the Hendry -

iston sub-office of the U. S. Engi- making repairs on the Clewiston stated to-day. for practice within a short time. County Board of Public Instuc-
neers Wednesday from Acting Dis- school building in preparation for The bodies were recovered Dr. Potter received his M. D. degree tion was held last Saturday In the

trict Engineer Lieut. P. A. Feringa the coming term. The members of from the wreckage of their from the school of medicine of courthouse at LaBelle with all

stated that the contract, for the the board of trustees are: Mrs. G. plane by; searchers this morning Kansas State University. He took meml/ers! (present, Chairman Drew

I construction of the Ortona Lock and, A. McGehee, Carl E. Berner and A. and taken to Fairbanks to his post-graduate work hi Bell Memorial Hampton, LaBelle, Jim Maddox of

I: spillway in the Caloosahatchee O. Ward.A await shipment ,back to the Hospital in Kansas City and Felda and M. E. VonMach of Clew-
served as interne at Kansas City iston.
I I.i River had been awarded by the War wiring contract was let this United States.' Mrs. Rogers was
notified of her husband's deathat General Hospital. His hospital ex- One of the first
to the Spadaro Dredging ( things attendedto
Department week to Harry Turner for the replacement -
a summer vacation resort in perience qualified him for the gen- the Board was"
.i I Company of Moore Haven. by the selection of
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or repair of all defective eral practice ,of medicine and some
Maine while Mrs. Post at teachers
was to fill
I'' The Spadaro Company was low vacancies in the faculties -
ij wiring in the building from neces- surgical :work. He was licensed by
bidder on this piece of work when her home in ,California. of the LaBelle and Clewiston
'p.. bids were opened in Jacksonville one sity and to,reduce fire hazard. Workof The nation mourns today the the Florida State Board of Medical" schools. In LaBelle Miss Rosa Doub
'i loss of two of her best known Examiners on July 18th, being one was elected
I July 31, their bid of $636,715.91 adding three new class rooms as commercial teacher
of 86 passing the examination out
cutting under that of the E. ,H. La- has been completed, playground men Miss Evelyn Burhaus, fifth grade
of 103 taking them. .
tham Company, contractors on all teacher and Miss Catherine Curry,
equipment> has been repaired and is Mrs. Potter is a registered nurse substitute
of the hurricane gates and the teacher The only vacancy -
i Moore Haven .']lock, by more than in good condition, and the screen- with three years training in a Kan- in the Clewiston faculty, that of
LIEUT. SELEE GIVES sas City hospital and four ,
$160,000. Following the announce- ing of windows and doors is now years third grade teacher was filled with
post-graduate work in the same :
ment of the low bidder it was ne- underway as is the painting of win- I the appointment of Mrs. J. A.

cessary that unit prices be checked dow framework to prevent rusting. INTERESTING TALK hospital in, minor and emergency Rumbley (formerly Elizabeth
surgery.,
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4 over and the contract approved in, West) to this position. The applica-
Plumbing repairs will be started Office equipment has been ordered -
tion of Mrs.
O Washington which explains the two, Katherine Dator of
sent from their former home and.
'- weeks lapse of time between the this week. TO KIWANIS CLUBMembers Lakeland was rejected.
as soon as this is received and installed -
opening of the bids and the award- The library has been moved Contracts have as yet not been
Dr. Potter will be ready to
ing of the contract.Specifications across the hall into larger quarters.The -- sent out for teachers to sign, this
of the local KIwanis practice. Some repairs are being having been held until
up a salary
for the project require old. room will be used as a first club were privileged to hear at made to the building In which the standard for all teachers on which
that the contractor start work
I within ten days after being notified aid and rest room. their regular meeting on Wednes- offices will be quartered this week. the board has been working is fin-
day night an army officer's viewson ally
I approved. A special meetingwill
in writing of the acceptance of his
the Italian-Ethiopian situation, be held in a few days to
bid. Although notified by telegram comI -

Wednesday notification it is believed that for- 66 MILES OF LEVEE likelihood of' modern of warfare another' world when war Lieut.and WORK STARTED ON I plete ing the details meeting of this contracts plan and will follow-be

mal will be sent by let-
ter within the next few days at Richardson Selee, West Point grad- I mailed to the teachers. The system
which time the ten day limit will COMPLETED TUESDAY uate and in charge of the Clewiston RECREATION PARK which will be used in the county for f
sub-office of U. S. Engineers, was paying of salaries
will be a unit
I sys-
stal!. rfowever officials of the, company -
-- the guest speaker. tem whereby applicants are givena
state that they are ready to '
I move a dragline to the site at any The closing ,of the gap in the levee Lieut. Selee's talk has been anti- The recreation park sponsored by certain number of points for de

time and start excavating for by- i at Bean City on Tuesday of this cipated for several weeks by; tho civic clubs of the city and upon gree, for kind of certificate and

i pass and cofferdam. There are about week marks''' the completion of 66 Club and there was an unusually which work has ben held up pend- their number of years teaching 'ex-

r 450,000 cubic yards of material to miles of lakeshore levee extendingfrom large attendance for a summer ing the outcome of attempts to secure perience. These points!!! are then to-

I be excavated, half of which is from the northwest end far out on meeting. His training in military relief labor to do the work was talled and the, teacher paid accord- J

HJI the by-pass around the lock site the prairie toward Palmdale to Pa- tactics made him unusually well finally'started this ,week as an ingly, the number ,of points being

and half from the site of ,the struc- hokee. Although the gap was ''closed qualified to treat the subject and FERA project for the relief, workersin multiplied by four to determine the t

I ture. The drag-line which will be Sunday afternoon the levee was not the present world-wide interest in the Clewiston area. The project monthly salary. The board considers I

started to work on the excavation finished up to grade until Tuesday Italy's proposed invasion of Ethio- was approved a few weeks ago as this a fair and equitable method

has a two and a half yard bucket when the government dredge "Gulf- pia made his talk most timely and an FERA project but because of up- of paying teachers salaries and

and should make good progress on port" finished her work there., Com- educational to those; who think'- of set caused by changing FERA to eliminates any favoritism.

the' excavation. Material dredged pletion of this levee gives protec- this as just another far away' 'con- WPA, work was not started sooner. The minimum salary under tfie

from the site of the structure will tion to almost the entire area which troversy. The project is now in as a WPA plan will be 85.0Q per month and

be piled around to form an earth has been ravaged by flood waters Beginning with the backgroundof project and will be continued under will apply only to teachers havingthe
caused by tropical hurricanes in the Mussolini that plan if it is' approved. lowest
i cofferdam. Lieut. Selee describedhow degree, no previous experience -
Under the new scale of-wages for past.The he had reclaimed: lowlands'\in First work toward this community and L. I. degree. On the

y 1 relief workers, as announced recently levee throughout the greater Italy, created vast wheat fields and playground was started by the I other hand a teacher with a Masterof

-_. ly, skilled workmen will receive 75 part of the 66 miles rises 34 feet built up the country until it is independent American Legion which sponsored Arts degree, life certificate and
cents an hour for, 130 hours monthly. above sea level. From Moore Haven of other countries for its and had built the wading pool in six years teaching experience may

; This includes dragline operators, to the northwest end it drops from food supplies., This, he said was especially -II done corner of the block. The blockis draw a maximum salary of $140. I II I

H.I H. carpenters and skilled mechanics. that to 31 and tapers off the same true of England-and Italy's 292 feet by 220 feet and is Under the plan none of the teachers I
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I on the section now under con- [ bounded by Osceola, Atlantic, Royal !
,, Common labor will draw thirty and way independence' now keepg England elected this year will be reduced in J
forty cents per hour. Both the Or- struction between Pahokee and Port from saying, "hands off Ethiopia." Palm and Pasadena Avenues. salary and some of them will receive -

tona lock and the Caloosahatchee Mayacca. It is 175 feet wide at the J Mussolini, following his: !edict for I Facing Osceola Avenue will be the I boosted salaries as a result of I,

dredging will come under this scale base and 15 feet in width at the the nation to ,raise larger families, I shuffle board courts, volley ball the adoption of the system. At the tsam'e

and ninety percent of the labor is I crown with long even slopes planted: I: feels the need of expansion. Other i court and: playground equipment. time the board feels that thisis

"' to be drawn from relief rolls. Theseare ito I grass to prevent erosion. Heavy European nations have vast outer(I The U. S. Engineers are sponsoringthe the only proper method for com-

PWA projects and the rate of I rains throughout the rainy season I holdings and Holland, a very Small outfitting of the shuffleboard pensating teachers with proper

I II II pay is slightly higher than that each summer will no doubt have nation controls the third largest courts and the Garden Club is fur- qualifications and will encourage

II II I I ?: which will be paid onV A work I some effect and will, in all probability outer domain. Ethiopia is the only nishing, playground equipment. No them to better their pay by taking t

which lunges upward from less than keep a maintenance force at country available for Italian coloni-" one has as yet accepted the responsibility summer school work and striving J
work at all times. Such mainten- : for the volley ball court for
twenty cents per hour. I zation on which some other country greater educational attainments. .
I I ance force will probably be paid by does not have a 'claim and with a I and equipment. At the corner ,of Motion was made by Mr. Von- i

I Ladies to Manage the Okeechobee Flood, Control District Caesaristic impulse to expand and Royal Palm and Pasadena the ten Mach and supported that chiluren

although it is possible that the colonize, Mussolini has built up a I nis courts, three in number, will be and teachers must be in the state

"h Clewiston Drug Store government engineers plan to main-I I sentiment to conquer it and placeit built, this being the contributionof two weeks prior to the opening of ,
,j:r''i{': tain the levees. under the Italian flag. To turn the ,Kiwanis Club. Between these school. This is deemed necessary be- ,
"
;'" The project started between' back now, the Lieutenant believes courts and the shuffleboard courts, cause of the children vacationing In :
Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart and Mrs. Moore Haven and Clewiston in 1931 would cause the Italian people to the Friendly Bible ''Class is sponsoring states where the epidemic of infan- i

i II. H. Crouch this week took over with the first section being put in lose confidence in Mussolini even 1 a horse "shoe court. The Garden tile paralysis is prevalent and the 1

I the management of the Clewiston by the MacW'illiams'Dredging' Com- though going ahead involves many I Club will sponsor the landscaping board wishes to make certain that ,

Drug store, having purchased that pany with draglines. Soon thereafter problems. With; Italian armies in of grounds. Some playground equip- I every child in Hendry county f i

,business from the former owners the padaro Dredging Companywas Ethiopia; Germany might pounceon ment, contributed to the Garden 'Schools is protected from tho outbreak :

1recen tly. awarded the contract for the Austria and Japan might resent Club by Cleveland Johnson of the I't of epidemics to the greatest

\-p..1: Future plans for the place of construction of the levee northwest the invasion of Ethiopia which i j Spadaro Dredging Company, has already -i possible degree and that they haveno

business have as yet not been an- from Moore Haven to the end and would eventually lead to a conflict j been received and will be put right to be careless and subject

nounced but the ladies state that for digging a navigation channel involving many nations with the'up' as soon as the grounds are rea- (Continued on Page 8)

the name will, probably ,be changed from,. Nicodemous Slough to the op- possibility of a war greater than the I dy. Business men outside of civic
I ? and many changes made in the en Lake. The MacWilliams Company last World War. organizations have also cooperatedto
store. They expect to discontinuethe completed their first project in the the fullest extent in trying toI I I S. R. Connell to
Lieut. Selee displayt a map dur-
I- sale of drugs and make the summer of 1933 and the Spadaro I make this recreation park a realty.
ing his talk on which he traced the
place more of a confectionery thana Company finished here the latter I At the present time there are Manage WellsRoyalS.
route which the armies of Italy
drug store. The soda fountain is part of last year. Theirs was a much over twenty-one white men and twelve
would travel in an invasion of Eth- I
being overhauled this week and a longer contract but a six mile sec- negroes working, on alternate days
f iopia. In spite of the fact that Italy
new refrigerating, box: for cooling: tion was taken over by the government I but progress will necessarily be R. Connell was this week made
has the advantage of two adjoining
I ': beer and other bottled "drinks will and finished with their big [ slow because of the fact that only manager of the Wells-Royal Lum-
be installed within the next few hydraulic dredge "Welatka" which countries from which to make her ''a few days a month are allowed under ber Company succeeding H. G.
,I drive, the territory to be traversed Switzer who left Tuesday night for
days. Serving of lunches will prob- (Continued on Page 8)NEI the FERA plan. ,Under WPA ,
would be and modern
1 rough
very after spending a month
ably be started within a short time. the work will move along much Washington
methods of warfare would not be here In charge of the lumber busI-
Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Crouch are more rapidly. Thomas Waldron Is
F %' ASSISTANT MANAGER suitable since the Ethiopians will
two of the most popular ladles of acting as foreman.A .
t OF SUGAR COMPANY HKRE adopt less guerrilla method ness.Mr.
more or been connectedwith
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Connell has
Clewiston brilliant
and a future is! large share of the credit for
of warfare, shooting ,from ambush, since the first of
predicted for the new business., getting work started on the park Is the company
c! G. E. Smith, new assistant manage and while the Italian army 'will haveto :said to belong to I. M. Pafford and June in the capacity of head book-

WIIIDDEN IS CANDIDATE !* of the sugar mill replacing J.]I transport food and supplies! R. Y. Patterson who have worked keeper and assistant manager. He
r i P. Percy who left recently to accepta across the rough country, the na- faithfully on the project since it was is thoroughly familiar with the bus-

I Tampa, August 15, (FNS- position in Porta Rico, arrived tives will be able to take care of first planned. iness and is well qualified to handle

Among those who have an ear to this week from Tampa.Mr. I I their subsistence individually. Bas- the business details of management.He .

.' the ground and will in all probability Smith has had several years!,| ing the length of the probable war NOTICE OF P.-T. A. :MEETING: has lived In Clewiston, for eight
seek favor with voters at the experience in the Phillipines on su-|!ion! a similar colonization war of and a half years and in Moore Hav-

next election is J. H. (Jack) Whid- gar plantations associated with ]i i I France against less experienced" Mrs E. IV. DIgges, president of en for a year and a half, so, is also
den of Lakeland who plans to. oppose H. J. B. Scharnberg on the same I j fighters, the Lieutenant estimated the Clewiston Parcnt-Teacheus As- familiar with the territory InN which

Nathan Mayo for the office of work, in Cuba and lIas had experience -:I that such a war would likely last sociation has called a special meeting the company operates. He has also

Secretary of Agriculture.Mr. in beet sugar work in the west.Mr. .:I Iat i least four years. of the P.-T. A. to be held in the been in charge of details of Federal

Whidden Is widely known in and Mrs. Smith and daughters -,! Following his talk, Lieut. school auditorium on Friday, August Housing Loans since the company

citrus circles, having been with the Barbara Ann and Mary Ellen Selee was asked: a number of ques- 23, at &:00 p. m. for the pur- began taking applications for loans
Florida Citrus Exchange, American have taken the home recently vacated ,tions regarding modern warfare and pose of discussing plans for the and states that he wishes his
Fruit Growers and with the United, by Mr. and Mrs. C.; W. McDonald. answered them all easily and coin- high school orchestra which the I friends to feel free to discuss with

,States Department of Agriculture. I Continued on Page 8) Association will sponsor this year. l hm} at any time details of the plan.f .

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1935 .



on to producers or consumers.One convocation of the ; ;
passed IMMEDIATE ----- -----m
CURRENT EVENTS of the major purposes of the Nations council to deal IMPROVED

BRISBANETHIS amendments was to close the courts, with the Italo-Ethlopian question' was UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL

but the senate rejected this scheme bya demanded by HailIe Selassle, emperor

vote of.41 to 23. As a result, the or utpiopia. on- his I (

WEEK PASS IN REVIEW! Hoosack Mills case, In which the Bos- behalf the demandwas SUNDAY Lesson ('f

ton Circuit Court of Appeals held the telegraphed to

AAA unconstitutional, will not be the league secretariatat
Two By REV. p. B. FITZWATER D. D..
Birthdays thrown out and the highest tribunal Geneva by Tacla Member of Faculty. Moody Bible

Mussolini Waiting? DEMOCRATS ARE DETERMINED TO will have' chance to pass upon' it. Hawariat, Ethiopian yn Western Institute Newspaper of Chicago.Union.

Italy's Gold in London minister to France
PUSH ROOSEVELT TAX PLAN
:Match This, Mr. Swopc and delegate to the
TO PASSAGE. OKNATOR GLASS scored perhapsthe league. He Insisted Lesson for August 18.
Two Important human beings cele-
greatest victory in his long that the council pro-
brated their birthdays recently. Henry By EDWARD W. PICKARD public career when the senate, withouta ceed to the examination i w MARTHA \ ';

Ford was seven ty- Western Newspaper Union. record vote, passed his draft of the of the situation
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two. If
you saw congressmen started 193: J r bankin n' act._ rp-. under article XV of -' -' ;-- LESSON TEXT-Luke. 10:38.42: John
TTTTT' him going upstairstwo DEMOCRATIC determined to jetting the central the league covenant Emperor Haile 11:17-28.

: steps at a "soak features urgedby Selassie GOLDEN TEXT-Jesus loved Martha,
push through the President's { the bank Ethiopia invoking this
and her sister, and Lazarus.-John
time and guessedhis
rich" tax bill at this session. Opposing Gov. Marriner S. article because of the "threat to her 11 :5.

age,. you would __ them with equal determination Eccles of the federal LI. independence from Italy." PRIMARY TOPIC-A Home Jesus
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say. at most. fifty I were a reserve board and fa British dispatches said Prime Minis- Loved.

,/ a fi ve. i number! of the hardest vored by the adminis ter Stanley Baldwin and leading mem- ited.JUNIOR TOPIC-A Home Jesus Vis-

Mussolini has just fighting Republicans tration. The doughty bers of his cabinet were believed to INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP-

celebrated his fifty- F C who Insist that consideration Virginian, who was favor full league action, if other nations IC-How Can I Help at Home?

second birthday.You !i of taxation once secretary of the agreed, as a last resort to avert YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
spend ySk;' R -A Home That Attracts Jesus.
4:" may a be postponed' until treasury, had! fought the threatened conflict. Diplomatic

.; profitable three w .fiy q : next winter and that desperately against quarters In London heard that the The lesson committee designated

minutes contrasting meantime the questionbe the Eccles scheme and British government probably would alter -. Martha as ti home-makei. That she

those two leadersof studied i ',carefully\ in his triumph was de- Senator Glass Its policy and permit the exportof was a home-maker is to be conceded,

men In yourimagination's connection with the II clslve. There was no demand for a arms to Ethiopia. The emperor'snew but to view this lesson only In that

Arthur BH.bnne eye. budget forthe nextfiscal roll call on the final vote, for the fate minister there, W. C. Martin, had light is to miss its vital point, forChrist's

Henry Ford has year These ite-y" met by the proposers of various amend- a conference at the foreign office and teachings here are equally ap-

made millions of people independentof Senator publicans are urgently ments 'showed this procedure would be came out smiling happily but saying propriate to male and female In the

the law of gravitation. Vandenberg calling for an early futile. Senator La Follette sought to nothing. home office shop schoolroom farm,

History will tell]) exactly what Mus- adjournment of congress. Senator strike out a provision permitting com" etc.
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solini has done. Ills test lies in the Hastings of Delaware has introduceda mercial banks to underwrite securitiesand MOST people believe that concerted I. Jesus Revealing to Martha Her

future resolution setting August 10 as the his proposal was beaten, 39 to 22. by Communists anywhereis Supreme Need (Luke 10:38-42).

day for quitting and was trying to Senator Gerald Nye of North Dakota, directed 'from Moscow. There is 1. Jesus welcomed Into her home (v.

The London Times and Universal have It brought up for considerationbefore another radical Republican, offered the good reason for the belief In the case 38). Though .Jesus had' no home of

Service announce a clash between Ethi- passage of the tax measure. central bank plan of Rev. Charles E. of the riotous attack on the German his own. he could come Into this home .

opians and Italians. 20 Ethiopians and Senator Vandenberg of Michigan, often Coughlin, radio priest, which would set Lloyd liner Bremen as she lay at her at any time and throw off the restraints (.c' '"

40 Italians killed, a stream supplyingthe mentioned as a Presidential possibility, up a government owned, and wholly dock in New Yorl The reds, numberIng Incident to public ministry.

Italian camp turned In a new di- also demanded. postponement of the dominated system. It was; voted. down, about 2,000, forced their way onboard What a blessed thing It would be if

rection and the Italians compelled to tax legislation until ,January, and he 59 to 10. the vessel, tore the German all homes were open to receive Jesus.

retreat"Rome gave out:,, a statement denouncing the The senate, bill was 'sent to confer- Nazi flag from the bow and tossed I It 2. Mary sitting at Jesus' feet (v. I

has no Information" on administration's plan as a "sterile political ence, for the house passed the meas- Into the Hudson river, after which 3
this incident. gesture" which would raise "only ure drawn up on the advice of Eccles they fought a lively battle with the Mary seemed to have lived with her.

Perhaps Mussolini, .who knows that a little extra pocket change" and de- and Tugwell. police and the crew. The governmentin :Mary had a peculiar spiritual Insight

war should supply only good news. Is clared that "we chatter of taxes In Washington forestalled any diplo- which prompted her to sit at .Jesus'

waiting to add something such as: millions to offset known ,deficits in t. matic protest from :Berlin, expressing feet and listen; to his words. The real
"Air bombardment of Addis Ababa has billions." PARTIAL Investigation of the milk regret for the Incident through As-
place to hear Jesus' words Is "at his
Inflicted swift retribution for the kill "The 'pending tax bill, as It is being Industry by the federal trade com- sistant Secretary of State Wilbur J. feet. Let
no one imagine that Mary
of 40 Italians." mission was said to have revealed de- Carr. A New York call-
ing developed, said Senator Vandenberg organization did
not render any service, for the lit-
and the adminis-
plorable conditions Itself the Anti-Nazi federation
"will not produce appreciable revenue Ing was:!
tle word "also" Indicates
that she had
Italy has $100,000,000; in gold stored' for Uncle Sam. It will not pay thePresident's tration asked for $200,000 to continuethe said to be planning further demonstratIons been serving with :Martha.

In London and can't get It Why can- deficit even for the period inquiry. The senate committee, in against German boats.
3. Martha's complaint (v. 40). She
not Italy set that gold? England saysto while the bill is under consideration.As considering the deficiency appropriation President William Green of the

Italy, When ,you pay the money a contribution to the public credit bill ctit out that item altogether, American Federation of Labor enterer] was so bent on providing a good meal

borrowed in the have but when the measure came before the the situation by calling the fed- for Jesus that she was on the vergeof
you war, you can It Is as brim a hoax as was ever per- on
. your gold." petrated on the country. As a 'dis- senate Duffy of Wisconsin moved an eral government to take action againstthe distraction. Her many assumed

Britons are practical. When they tributor of wealth' it is a mere vagrant amendment adding the sum asked. Aft Hitler government to.stop the duties had so got On her nerves that

.., lent money to Italy they said, "Send flirtation with this left wing idea." er a hot debate this was approved by a "brutal, inhuman treatment" of the she not only found fault with Mary,
vote of 51 to 18 and the bill was then but even censured Jesus for allowing
that class.ACCORDING.
not laboring
, along your gold ; we question Nevertheless, It appeared probablethat
; passed. :Mary to sit''at his feet while dinner
your honor, but as a mere for the tax measure would be enacted I I
was being finished. She even assumed
,.; mality." before adjournment, for the adminIs- to the Daily Herald
the authority to command Jesus to I
Too bad this simple-minded country tration leaders had promised this to was In the cigar box the British admiralty
' WHAT send :Mary bark to help her. The sure
: didn't think of that when it shipped Senator La Follette and other "liber- in a newspaper? Thatis intends to build an entire new battle
way to serve without distraction Is to
t: w $19,000,000,000 abroad. Perhaps we als," and besides that they have no what Senator Hugo Black, chairmanof fleet, to be finished by 1942 and to cost first sit at _J P.SlJS' feet and listen to

; than think of it next time, more'probably desire to pass, a taxation bill in a the senate lobby committee, wanted $750,000,000. This laborite'newspaper his words.

':: not Presidential election year. As pro- ___ ........,....,....,....,?'_ to know. Before asserted that the admiralty has devel- 4. Jesus' ( 41 .
,:. duced by the house ways and means the committee for oped a secret seven-year plan, callingfor reply vv. 42) .
'; the construction of 12 new capital a. He rebuked Martha (v. 41). This
The General Electric company has committee after great travail the mea- questioning was John

i.''. developed, electrically, a temperature sure embodies an 87 per cent confisca- W. Carpenter of Dallas ships and 33 new cruisers. In addition, rebuke he administered! most tenderly, .
'. there would be 63 flotilla leader for he knew that Martha loved him .
ef 13,000 degrees Fahrenheit, announced tion of large fortunes and Increased president of the new
r. as "hotter than the sun'sy levies on the rich which would produce Texas Power and destroyers, 21 new submarines and sincerely. Those who are supremely A, ", 'w:.
5 three aircraft carriers. occupied with Jesus are anxious for -
new
9,000 degrees. perhaps $250,000,000 of additional an- : Light company. He ad- .
This is said to be the "hush-hush nothing (Phil. 4G).
.
But 9000; is only the sun's external nual revenue. + mitted freely that he
f' temperature. /\ + and other utility men plan" of the admiralty which Sir Bolton b. He defended Mary (v. 42). In

:'."' Eyres-Monsell, first lord of the ad- this defense he declared that there was
Go to some distance Into the sun's teachers and students are had hotel conferences,
'::" Interior, where atoms are throwing' NEEDY financial help from the dinners and a trip miralty, had declined to make public but one thing needful and that Mary

t off electrons to supply us and other Works Progress administration accord- down Chesapeake bay but which had already been communi- had chosen that good part which could

. planets with heat and light and your Ing to plans being perfected by Dr. L. t;..." .-.. .- with congressmen dur- cated to the United States, France, not he taken from her. Those who
; Senator Black Italy: Germany and Japan. Sir Bolton choose this good part cannot be robbedof
: would find a temperature of 40,000- R. Alderman. The two chief points in Ing the fight over the
' recently informed the house of com- It by friends foes or circumstances.
000,000 degrees centigrade. When will his program are: Wheeler-Rayburn bill, and that he
:: Gerard Swope develop that tempera- Establishment of summer schools for himself had centered his efforts on mons that England was abandoning the II. A Revelation of Christ's. Love
principle of naval ratios In the Wash- (John 11:1-30): .
f.:; ture artificially? 1,200 teachers who were among those Texas congressmen. But of the mysterIous -

. who taught reading and writing to. box he could or would tell ington treaty, considering other meansof 1. The sickness of Lazarus (vv. 1, 2).

.' Thomas E. Dewey, chosen to fight 500,000 illiterates last year. I nothing. Black probed and probed, accomplishing naval limitation under Even those who are in close fellow-

;. racketeering in New York, says In .a Jobs to be provided '(for 125,000 college and finally asked : a system of programs providing ship with the Lord are not Immune

. broadcast: students during-the coming school adequate defensive navies. from sickness. Sorrow comes even to
"Do you still say that In the morn-
the homes where Jesus Is loved.
"The criminal underworld
, plays no
year. ing (of the day before the vote on the
:: favorites It the row over the administration 2. Martha and Mary send for .Jesus
; preys on public 1 on Twenty-five summer schools will be utilities bill 'death sentence') you THAT
>? Industry and on labor alike. Organized : conducted, the sessions lasting six didn't give a congressman a box Virgin islands was so un- (v. 3), Because the had come to
";
labor has been one of Its most weeks, and the teachers attending wrapped up in a ?" pleasant that President Roosevelt felt know Jesus as more than a mere man
newspaper
; recent and most tragic victims. Many them will be paid from $15 to $18 a 'I impelled to settle it himself. So he they instinctively turned to him when

originally honest and sound labor week out of the work relief funds. I Carpenter replied quietly: "I don'tthink .y wwQCp 'removed from office this shadow fell across their home.

unions have been slowly but surely These teachers will. be'taught to teach I I did, unless it was a few cl- a the two chief battlers, 3. Jesus' strange delay (vv. 4-G.

"\ infected with the virus of organized adults In the fall. I gars. Gov. Paul M. Pearson They sent for Jesus because he loved

crime. Today certain corruptive leaders Alderman said ,he already had sent Senate' and house conferees met to and Judge T. Webber Lazarus. They said, "lie whom thou

o operate as extortionists both upon out field agents to .aid In setting up consider the utility control bill, but Wilson, had other jobs lovest Is sick." Jesus abode In the
.
!":" Industry and upon members of their courses at New York university, Ohio there were small signs that they could found for them, and same place because he loved Lazarus

?;. own unions. State university, Purdue university, get together, and one session ended I nominated asI'! Pearson's and his sisters (v. 5). This mystery ___
in t
abruptly a real row. Two administration
:: Olivet college (Michigan V Universityof I successor Law- Is to be explained by the fact that ,

An intelligent group of motorists Wisconsin, University of Chicago lobbyists, Benjamin Cohen rence W. Cramer, who Jesus was divine and knew. all things. '
and Dozier A. De Vane
, announce a "safe driving campaign for and University of California. The were broughtInto was serving as lieu- 4. Jesus goes to the Bethany home

r August," urging automobile drivers to other training schools have not been the executive session by Senators tenant governor of .St (vv. 7-17). His mission in going into
Wheeler and Barkley and though RepresentatiVe I
. consider safety, particularly: in their selected. Croix island. Confirmation this home was twofold ; to minister to
Uuddleston -- '''-- -
' own cars. George pro- W.Cramerdlate. of this appointL. the sisters and brother ,and to
' tested, their continued
presence was
, The safest thing would be to send LONG the line of providing ment was not imme- strengthen the faith of the disciplesvv.
help
, insisted Whereupon the
A upon. fiery
The senate committee investi-
tens of thousands of .
/ cars now run- for white collar workers, Harry ( 11-15)
Alabama and his fellows
congressman
ning to the junk pile, get new cars L. HopkIns appointed four technical from the house walked out and brokeup gating the Islands affairs was slow in 5. Jesus teaching Martha (vv. 18-27).
F, and live longer. Modern making up its mind about Cramer, and he
tires give assistants to direct the employmentof the meeting. Cohen is generally As was nearing the village, Marthamet

miraculous mileage, but often they painters, musicians, writers: and given credit for writing the measure from St. Thomas came the news that him with a complaint because of
the of
foes the
look "good for ten thousand miles actors. 'They are : Nikolai Sokolofffor and Wheeelr has said he knows'all Pearson administrationthere his delay. He ignored her complaintand

more" when they have reached the music, HallIe Flanagan for the about itGUAY together with a delegation from taught her concerning the resur-

, danger poInt. theater Holger Cahill for painters and St Croix, were protesting vigorously rection and the life.a. .

sculptors and Henry G. Alseberg for against the President's selection of a "Thy brother shall rise''' again" (v.

George, former king of Greece will writers. SILVER, who throughout new governor. 23). He Is saying these words to every

take the crown If GO per cent of With $300,000,000 available for the of his life was active in the The disposal of Pearson and Wilson sorrowing sister, brother, wife.,

ri> Greeks vote in his favor. He thinks estimated ToO.OOO white collar peopleon Interests of agriculture, died quite sud- also aroused criticism in Washington.The husband child and parent

!.: CO per cent enough. Once crowned, relief, scores of surveys, censuses, denly at his home in ilartinsburg, W. former had been attacked stead- b. "I am the resurrection, and the

George might be surprised to find traffic studies, and similar projects Va., at the age of sixty-five years. ily by Pat Harrison of Mississippi and life" (vv. 23 2G). He Is the source of
what 40 -of Among the offices he held at various other Democratic senators, but Secre- and all who
per cent Greeks could do. have been provided for those with no life are joined to him bya
George Bernard Shaw, in a dispatchto particular skill. times were president of the United tary of the Interior Ickes had defended living faith are In such vital fellow-

Editor Walter Howey, remarks that 'States Grain Market corporation of him warmly, so he was given a. job under ship as to be unaffected by bodily

both Irish and Jews are not easy to of the AAA amend- Chicago ; president of the Inwood Ickes, being made assistant direc- change.
deal with when uncomfort- OPPONENTS Fruit Growers' co-operative corpora- tor of housing in the PWA at $8,000 a
: they are to strengthen the 0. Jesus weeping with Mary (vv. l
able. That applies also to Greeks. powers of Secretary of Agriculture tion ; president Berkeley Fruit Grow- year, a place not previously filled. 28-35). In response to the Master's (!'-
ers; head of the E sters' Credit asso- In order to provide a job for Judge
'Wallace decided to let the basic act call Mary fell at his feet, uttering the
ciation ; director United Growers of Wilson, a former congressman from
The British forbade shipment of go up to the Supreme court, so the ad- same words used by Martha, but, no
head of the Federated
America Growers Mississippi and of
a protege Senator
-
arms from England to Abyssinia, also ministration bill was passed by the doubt In a different tone of voice and
Credit association ; member of the Harrison, a woman was forced off the
shipments from England to Italy. Annoyed senate with only 15 adverse votes. attitude. Her words were respondedto
National Bureau of Economic Research federal parole board. Attorney General
the emperor of Ethiopia declines Both Republican and conservative with tears. "Jesus wept.
member of the commission
Cummings requested and obtained the
appoInted -
to provide special guards for ,Democratic foes of the AAA are con- President Taf III. Jesus Raising Lazarus (TV. 38-
by to study resignation of Dr. Amy A. Stannard
the British legation at Addis Ababa. fident: that the Supreme court wil hold 44).
the
tariff relations to wool
Industry, a psychiatrist who has been In the
The British will send their own guards, the basic act unconstitutional and an member of the farm bureau federation service 12 years with civil7 government His great sympathy now expressed

They have a way of protecting their early test is assured by a senate visiting Europe in 1924, and a mem- service status and bad been a memberof a Itself In supernatural power. Sym-
nationals. amendment permitting suits to pathy would be valueless without this
recover ber of the commission Investigating the parole board'since 1930. Wilson
King Features Syndicate Inc. processing taxes that have not been national unemploymen' connection with divine power.
was sworn In as her successor.


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couldn't help hearing," he said I threw blankets over their backs ftttd .

H lllllf[ The MAN from "Do you mind?" tied them to a post, a few necks were TREES AND RAINFALL i;s
I -
course not, John. Looks like craned..
There ,
Is
times !"-with a grin. Throughout the evening before Bran- much controversy over

I d ; by HAROLD TITUS none of my affair, Elliott, but don had gorged himself on a sense of the question whether trees'and other
like to hate you an older man than you. I've seen relief. At eight he had passed Bart heavy vegetation bring rain or not

.team and spend an a-plenty." His voice Delaney on the street. None had been A great number of forcible points ..
i r, he said. significantly, as though old about to notice that although Brandon are cited both for and against this '

i little barn boss cocked were being opened. "I've heard appeared only to overtake: and pass the question. But we cannot help noting

[ eye. Every man In the timber man that, in reality, they spoke briefly with interest a report from' the Sov-
; !In town, MIsther Elliott? iet government. In Russia considerable -
heard of the Zhing-Wauk war. I and cautiously.
i i / special?" help but think Bird-Eye's advice "Well?" area was planted with

I special. .' But Swear out a warrant for him "In his tracks. Two mile aboveth' trees In 50 foot strips 700 feet apart.
to know. What I want Rainfall In the area of these strips
first thing. This Is a time for cau- mill. ,
I I this: Who is wearing a It'll do you no good to take "Was he alone?" was 'carefully checked against rain I

; snowshoes with the ." i "Sure. They'll find him stiff fall In surrounding untreed areas.

: the toe of one torn so It not walk Into any traps, but if When do we settle?" The results were astonishing. The
about this Increase in rainfall In the area bor..
shape.
thinks he can make me hunt "As soon as the bank opens tomor
;: he sketched a rough hole dered by the forest strips was from
rpw.
leaf of his notebook. Brandon !" The cry was bitter Inside, the man seethed with a savage 13 per cent to 27.2 per cent. In thtree'd

It and nodded. Martin threw his arms wide In a exultation. He crossed the street, areas the evaporation betweenthe .
It easy Maybe\ you of helplessness.. "You've got to drunk with the feeling of relief, mount strips was from 20 to 35 per4

n But make a start, I him as you've never watched a ."'n........... .b. _.. I... .. .u cent less than in the open. .
If you should have any luck in your life. Why, son, you don't
the siding on your way back. you don't dream, of the ends BOYS! GIRLS!
Jar with\ you" go to !" 1 Head the Grape Nuts ad in another

after midnight when I thought you didn't know him," column of this"paper and learn how
from his sleepless to join the Diziy Dean Winners and
said puzzled. "I thought you said
Bird-Eye speaking to his were a stranger to this country." win valuable free Drlzes.Adv.He' .

He crawled out of his But stories travel. And isn't

opened the office door experience today enough to con a MarvelAn
in, but before he aske'd Nj' experienced newspaper man Is
anyone. of the man's ruthless-
lighted a lamp. ?" one who can 'keep a lead-pencil a
I how about it?"-as week,Florida- Times-Union.
sure, Ben agreed, but still won-
I the chimney. at Martin's mood. It was not

'e looked at him \ easy to believe that a steady-go

th' shoes," he said what"I mature man should be so moved
; nod 'Nd I found out tales. 1

; !" right. He'll stop at noth- f

!" not even murder. And I agree ota
barn boss blinked.;: a s
you that he's got to be watched.
C{ \ dunuo 'bout that. It
If I ran into my burrow or didn't
'r ; I'd They're the
say.
;
prop to get at the bottom of this thing, 0
i with profound emphasis, 11
of what he's after
gain part you
I Bart Delaney, a No, that can't be done." L
from somewheres in \ \
rose and began to pace the floor.
; the second small bedroom ll I PARKER'SHAIR
it's not only the Hoot Owl, 1 I. '
from the office by a board BALSAM
that's at stake. lie's mixed up in a : RemovesDandrotr-StopsHalrFallIng
a bed creaked !sharply. i : Imparta Color and
hear it. important matters than just prop r-- 3 Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair
He caught me foul where It hurt 60c and SI.00 at Druggists.
that's it !" he said softly. Hlwn Chem.Wk..Pnteh e.N.y.
hurt !" Martin, following him with
FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal
That's utI! Th' prlsence for use in
eyes, winced. "lIe's used a woman connectionwith Parker's Hair BalsantMakesthehair
loike Red Bart In th' soft and fluffy. 60 cents by mail or at druggists -
don't forecast nawthing between me and the finest girl "Good Morning," He Said in .Hiscox Chemical Works Patchogue,N.Y.
ever walked the earth !" Martin Hoarse Gasp.ed .
kind av trouble! Ye've
away as Ben confronted him
ain't it? to his office and drank to I his:own,
will avert his face from Rash
as one
on Baby
I have He was mixed
sight. "Lastly he brings a success. And drank again. For
war on the Zhin,- off Darned hours he sat at his desk, whisky ,bottleat
killer
to polish me Caused Constant
killer. his elbow and when he went down
know what to expect next. But
is roight! 'Nd what the hallway to his bedroom, at the
bank I won't .
: thing he can on : run. irritation
In these parts? rear he carried the bottle with him.
drive him Into the If I
open can
did not to that
reply His first move for the day, once in
or crook, but I wton't: run!
else did you find out? his office draw the cork
to of
I know you won't. But I wish was a Relieved by Cuficura
fresh flask and drink deeply. A
he brought his stinkln' Oh, how I wish you'd counsel with grow i
ing warmth ran through him. That I
Into Tincup Wednesday one else, with Able or anyone. II I
was better. It was not comfortable to I
own two stinkln' feet young, you're In danger. "About three months after my baby .
;Joe Piette's hotel. Te' this matter you just mentioned: wake up, thinking of a man lying life was born, eczema broke out all ,

was; In th' office 'nd it you think of Dawn a little! ? If less on the snow at your or over her body. It came out in a rash

didn't have to seem love her can't you see that she ders. and 'wa's very red. It caused constant

out whose they was. He's a right to believe that you will Soon, now, word would be coming irritation and loss of sleep so
I Into town from Hoot Owl, tragic, fi'nal that I had to put gloves on her
II i ; fer cedar, be says. But It ;yourself?
: side"I'd' a lot av bother wonderin'> man'solce had fallen to a word. He must be in shape to meet hands to prevent scratching. I
J i"I'd, the news dispassionately. No one could not bathe her.
I would know his part in the killing; "For nearly two years this eruption -

SYNOPSIS I none would guess. Still, it would ,not lasted. Then I read about Cuti

be easy to have people saying that cura Soap and Ointment, and sent I

Elliott-from "Yonder"-arrives at the lumbering town of Tincup with Ben Elliott was dead. Elliott is tor a free sample. I bought more, i
old, sick whom he has befriended. He defeats Bull Duval, and after
very man dead ; Elliott is dead. The words using two boxes of Ointment I
: of the river," and town bully, in a log birling contest. Nicholas Brandon, with the Soap she was relieved ;
[ leading citizen, resents Stuart's presence, trying to force him to leave spun about in his mind, a savage chant, *
and Elliott, resenting the act, knocks: him down. Elliott is arrested and and Brandon wanted to be glad Wft completely of the itching I
friend in Judge Able Armitage. The judge hires him to run the one' lum could not. Elliott was gone, though. (Signed) :Mrs. Raymond Parks, 1469
the Hoot Owl, that Brandon has not been able to grab. This belongs The Hoot Owl was at his mercy. and Massachusetts Ave., North, Adams,
McManus, whose father has disappeared with a murder charge hang Mass.
his head. Brandon sends Duval to beat up Ben, and Ben worsts him Dawn Dawn Soap 25c. Ointment 25c and 50c.
fight and throws him out of camp. Don Stuart dies, leaving a letter for And then he turned to the opening Talcum 25e. Sold '
"to be used when the going becomes too tough." Ben refuses to open the door. everywhere
believing he can win the fight by his own efforts. Fire breaks out in the prietors: Potter Drug & Chemical
leading the victorious flght against the flames, discovers the fire was His jaw sagged, 'a light retching Corp., Malden, :Mass"-Adv
with gasoline. Elliott gets an offer of spot cash for logs, that will pro- sound came from his throat as breath!
to tide him over. But a definite time limit is set. Ben meets.Dawn drained out. ., Ben Elliott was
s *and discovers she is not a child, as he had supposed, but a beautiful standing there and smiling good-na- i ir
woman. The railroad bridge over which the Hoot Owl lumber must pass,
"i once, to meet the time limit Imposed !In the contract is blown up. By turedly at him.
efforts Ben builds a new bridge overnight and himself drives the But dead men do not stand up. ., .
the rickety structure to Tincup, making the delivery with only a few
Not men left dead on the snow. .
to spare. Brandon compels a woman (known only as "Lydia") who is
power, to accuse Elliott of misconduct with a girl. At a dance to which Men\ whose life you have had
I escorts Dawn McManus, Lydia makes public her charges against him. taken do not smile----- Men stiffon
Elliott can only make a feeble denial. Dawn, apparently believ- I the snow cannot smile. This
I I guilty leaves the dance without waiting for him. combination of truths coupled in Bran MAKE THEM HAPPYOne

.I don's swirling mind and struck him bottle of 'DEAD SHOT' Dr.Peery's !
reason moight be. ,Lyln' '8 as broken whisper. He held out both will '
cold.
This could be no man, then ; this Vermifuge save you I
as breathin' to th loikes." hands In appeal and tears sprang Into
was an apparition this'was- money, time, anxiety, and restore
tell you," Ben said. "He's gun his eyes. This man, this mature, quiet And then whatever it was spoke. the heath of your children in case

me, Bird-Eye." gentleman, this stranger to the country "Good morning, Brandon !" of Worms or Tapeworm. ,
I thought ut, I did begging him with tears In eyes and Elliott spoke naturally and easily,
Dr. 'DEAD SHOT'VermifuaeWNU7
Peery's
b'y- voice to consider Dawn McManus: and closed the door behind him. Dead
he started today. 1 was shot struck Ben dumbfounded."Oh do v-
men not speak ; ghosts do not open ,
a rifle two miles up the road it's only that you've shown and close doors-they pass through t RY 1.TMa MUy? Rtr

sundown. The man who shot yourself to be so decent," Martin said them.

wore a snowshoe with the web after a moment, emotions under better And Nicholas Brandon, gathering his

He wouldn't be lending his control. "I hate to see you putting faculties, lurched to his feet, panting boo A bottle at druggists orWright'
." .1' Pill Co.. 100 Gold St.. N.X. City.
In
yourself danger. i and clenching the edge of the desk.
stood motionless and silent "I won't stick head into >
'e my any "
"Good morning, he said In a hoarse 32 33
moment before he spoke. noose," Ben replied. "Lord, It's 'late. gasp. "Good. "
th' sooner we give him both We'll need clear heads to meet this Ben Elliott laughed bitterly.TO .
av somethin', th' safer ye'll be, situation. Better get into the old blan- BE CONTINUED.

Elliott He's a harrd chunk, kets." '
It's Nick Brandon's work, who's But he did not sleep at once. He lay Husbands Outlive Bachelor

i ng else 'nd who'll not ra- awake a long time, thinking of Red Figures show the death rate of husbands 1 1
I try murder to get ye down, Bart Delaney and 3randon and won : is much lower than that of bach-

b'y !" dering how he could prove their rela- elors, thus supporting the old contention you suffer burning, scanty or

you're right," Ben said and tionship. And speculating on Mar- that married life, especially for' Do frequent urination backache,

his chin with a knuckle. "But tin's outbursts, the man's keen hatredof men. Is conducive to health and headache, dizziness, swollen feet and

to prove that first. There's Brandon. whom he probably had longevity. Vital statistics compiled ankles? Are you tired, nervous-feel
to worry about, now we know never seen, his Intense interest In .by the census bureau show that the
what
all and don't know is
here to get me. Likely he Dawn McManus ... Something strangeand death rate of husbands between the unstrung
he got me. Still there, was unnatural was there Elliott told ages of thirty-five and forty-five is wrong? '

. Well, that's something himself. Still, 'he added, you could about one-half that of bachelors of the Then give some thought to your

over. Bird-Eye. You better hit stake your last hope on a man like same age group. And the death rate kidneys. sure they function properly *
now, and get some sleep. I John Martin. for husbands of al\\ ages between twen- ,(or functional kidney disorder per:,

you In the forenoon." ty-five and sixty-five is only twothirdsthat mils excess waste to stay in the blood,

sniffed and twIsted his head Early the text forenoon the mer- of bachelors between those ages. and to poison and upset the whole

and after adding Imprecations chants and traders and ]loafers In the -Pathfinder Magazine. system.

t; Brandon and warning Ben business places on Tincup's main thor- Use Doan'i Pill. Doen' are for the

close to the office, departed. oughfare saw something to nip their Early MotherhoodChild kidneys only. They are recommendedthe

could be heard unblanketing his attention. marriage and motherhood still world over. You can get the genuine
; and climbing Into the sleigh ; and Ben Elliott came driving Into townat exist to a certain extent In nearly all time-tested Doan' at any drugstore
the frosty runners screamed In a spanking trot, his ,team of alert countries. Even In the United States ,

I, sounds came from that sec- drivers coated \with frost. This was today, a baby Is born to a little girl .

behind the partition, the nothing unusual. But when he brought mother between ten and fourteen yearsof

opened and John Martin stood them to a crunching halt before the age on an average of every three irrnw

out.- His dark eyes' held on bank building, over which Nicholas hours.-A. P. Claverie, New Orleans,

''l anxious and troubled. Brandon worked and lived, jumped out, in Collier's Weekly.
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-- l r rabbits, are now all cluttered :; the coast. A great number of motor-- while .1
The Clewiston News on the move, and I'll have
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0MJJ JMJ3>*.**:**.*4IJJ'JM.**.**.**:*':**:*':**:**:**:**:****'1 with eight-lane boulevards I
giant ists are making the trip In their more. for you later.
I apartment buildings, traffic cops, own cars this 'summer and on several -
Published every Friday In Clewiston, | TOO LATE TO :|=: and other bric-a-brac of civilization. occasions we found it necessaryto Peoples

Florida, by ,the CLEWISTON. NEWS, I Where' wheat fields and vegetable travel many miles in order to President, of
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Inc. | CLASSIFY .:|_:: : gardens flourished great movie pro- find a camp with a vacant cottage Cattleman's
Ass'n
: duction plants now sprawl and the Unless .
or cabin.
; you secure your
Keathley Bowden, Editor :i: :: ground owls and field mice have accommodations !
early in the evening -
moved further out to make for,
room you are very apt to find ,all the
f ; the thousands' of humans who J. H. Peeples, largest resident
Entered as second, class mail mat- I BJ RUSSELl better camps sold out when you ar
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post KAY :j stream up and down the broad avenues rive. -- cattle owner of Glades, Hendry and
Office In Clewiston, Florida, under and in and out of the maze of Lee counties was' elected presidentof
: This condition existed not only In

the.... Act of March 3, 1897. '-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.X,:- bulldlncs.Real estate is still a flourishing I i California, but all along the route. Association the recently at a formed meeting cattleman's in LaBelle
j Texas New
Mexico and
Arizona
I
,Subscription rate$2.00; per year. Los Angeles-Twenty-one years business and many new homes are towns are all profiting from the last Thursday.. F. Cross was elect-
I under construction. California is experiencing ed vice-president and George l\[.
Advertising rates on application. ago when I left this town it was sup- tourist travel to the .west coast and
one of the best .summer Hendry, of LaBelle, secretary:
be
posed to a big city and had then most of them
provide excellent
Devoted to the advancement and accommodations A resolution was also
experienced two so-called booms tourist seasons in its history and adopted
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry and I recall how everyone used to these folks out here have a knackof ) really surprising at modest how economicallyone rates. It is protesting the dipping of cattle in
County. that the making a fuss over visitors to areas not infested with ticks. Five
city
say: was overbuilt andcouldn't can travel to-day-cheaper, almost -
such an extent that before the men were appointed on a committeeto
grow any more and there than to remain at
home.
was nothing to sustain it. stranger realizes it he has the fever -I draw up a, set of by-laws for the
WILL IS GONE Then the population was arounda and he buys a home or a lot At Long Beach I found a Florida organization. A meeting will beheld

.' : half million. To-day It is over threw and then there is another" 'itZen. cracker boy managing the Robinson I In LaBelle at two o'clock tomorrow -

While most of the world slept times that and still growing. I'-ve The problem here, as in Florida, I Hotel-delightfully located establishment -+ (Satu'rday) afternoon for

last 'night an airplane piloted by one been having a wonderful time scout- is to find employment for the thousands on the ocean front. We I the purpose of passing on these by-

of the world's best known pilots and Ing out old land marks. Hills miles of folks who want a home in spent a couple of days with him and laws and perfecting the organization. -

In which rode as passenger' man west of the city over which I usedto the state but have nothing with found him eager for word from .
whose humor made the whole world which to sustain it. While there is Florida. He is still loyal to the state
tramp, shooting squirrels and ---- ----
smile fought against the forces of much wealth in evidence, with any and while he is doing splendidly in
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nature and came out loser andto- number ctf palatial homes, there are California he says he would rather
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; day not only the nation but the en- Comptroller officially advised the on the other hand thousands who have a little hotel in Florida than

tire world mourns the death of! county commissioners as follows: are pitifully poor' and unless you anything else. He is looking forward

Will Rogers and Wiley: Post. I "Exempt homesteads are not sub- have employment or some means of eagerly to a vacation this fall and L. B: Mershon"AGENT
It is probable that no other per- ject to tax levies for anything other livelihood the going is tough. says all he wants to do is jump in ,

son in America was ever so universally than special assessments for bene- Living costs are higher here thanin his car and drive to Jasper, his old

loved as Will Rogers. His pic- fits, which assessments must have Florida. Meals in cafes and res- home town, where he can loll

tures have made millions of people been levied by statute. General,I taurants are more expensive than around in the sun and camp up the New York Life

,r feel that they were intimately ac- county and district bond issues do found in establishments of similar river and get away from the crowd.

quainted with him. His ready wit not constitute special assessmentsfor character or rating in our cities. Hope I haven't bored you with Insurance Company

and simple homespun philosophy as benefits provided by the statutes Then the' three per cent sales tax this disconnected account of my ex- 1

recorded in: his column In nearly every and millage for same should not be cuts some figure. You meet it at periences, but it is the best I can do ARCADIA, FLORIDA '

daily paper in the country is levied and extended againsf home- every turn and you need a pocket

read eagerly by a majority of the stead valuations of 5000.00 or full of pennies to satisfy the ever
residents of the country. No other less." out-stretching hand of the tax gath- -

man ever lived or will live again In This Is in line with ComptrollerLee's erer, but most folks take it as a

all probability, who will be able to remarks in an address before matter of course. I questioned mer-

pan the great and get away with it the convention of the county commissioners chants and shop keepers as to the HAYFEVERASTHMA
as did Will. There is no .9110 to replace in Orlando several reaction of the public to the tax and

L him. He Is gone and the nation months ago at which time the comp- was informed that while a few per-

; mourns but his spirit will remain troller stated 'that it was not 'in the sons objected when it first was put

forever in the' hearts of his province of the comptroller of the into effect, now one seldom hears a COLDS
and SUMMER
.. world-wide circle of friends. boards of county commissioners to : complaint and most people seem to are

L.t. pass on the constitutionality of the feel that it is the easiest form of I unnecessary. Complete relief only $1.00
A WISE PRECAUTION.
taxation to pay and the most equit-
constitutional
amendment.At .
i; that time the Comptroller able. ", Postpaid. Nothing else to buy. Over '

Action of the county school board stated that the amendment was There is a feeling, however, that 40,000 HOLFORD'S WONDER INHALERS
r r. at their regular meeting last Saturday clear in its phraseology as exempt- with the revenue produced for the

;:t' requiring county school pupils ing homesteads up to $5,000.id( in state through the sales tax, all other I sold last year alone. Mail $1.00

F> to have been in the state for at least value from "all taxation other than forms of taxes should be eliminated :. today for full season's relief to THE

-. two weeks prior to the opening of special assessments for benefits." especially ad valorem tax, and an effort -
,'.' school seems to us, particularly at He added that special assessmentsfor made to enforce greater econ- .DANDEE CO., 14 North Sixth St.,

.: this time, a very wise precaution. benefits in government.
1- are clearly and plainlynot omy MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA or write
.- Without giving much thought tof' general bonds but such ,
are only Transportation lines, trains and I
.i the situation there is I' for Free Booklet.
likely to be
assessments as are made and levied buses are doing an excellent business '
:... 'adverse criticism' from many who directly against individual pieces of"l' and thousands are taking advantage ;

;: have chosen this particular two property for direct benefits. j: of the low tourist rates to
weeks to take a vacation in other

., ,). states. However, when they have
r;; had time to realize just what it -

k; ; would mean to us to have an epidemic -

a'f-. of infantile paralysis in the a 3 week 1
I;. ,: state: no matter how- small. they test,
E'-': : will see that the board members MAKES YOU LIFELONG FRIENDS -

t -I':" were. only acting as they best could

:" ,' to prevent any outbreak, at least in .
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t. the schools of this county. *,. yy..: Meet Good Gulf!
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f-:;. In Georgia at the present time T+ ,#4) f o a "'1 If you haven't had Gulf gas in your'

,;.. :- 'there are several cases of this dread !% x a' tank lately, try it just 3 weeks and discover
? disease. In the Carolinas and Virginia what it can do
: there are nearly eight hUn-
x Then see if you don't agree with an
dred One
cases. might take his
s1Ngyati.; army of amateur "testers" .
,ti, children to either of these states

and never be exposed to the disease. : --a. ; ":,4h > x a A 750 said "Put 'er there"
,.. On the other hand one of them K I
A ;t tet"- 750 car owners agreed to fill their
:'. : might be exposed and even "if he Y. 1 .
tanks with Gulffor.3 weeks-to check it
:,
;;:: escaped might bring it back and c :
y .'
114 / r ; againsttheirregularbrandsfor(1)milew ( ) -
f:: ;' spread it among his school mates. .?+. "1A, age,(2) starting; (3) pick-up, (4)power,
r.. The truth of the adage that an : ::: Y"o, { :a (5) all-around performance
'' ounce of prevention Is worth a .
;;'.'" \' pound of cure is more than applicable J Result: Pals for Life
.
,:" in this instance and we con- M.''' .w; x'p > n 'r? ;% At'the end'of 3 weeks, 7 out of 10
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( gratulate the Hendry county board .4 4 ,. 4 owners found Gulf better in one or
/: on being far-sighted enough to do f, >' '{''yvr.0'ji4-As I 'SA more of the 5 points-many on all five

everything in their power to pre- a Why? That's easy! Gulf is 5 good
,.
vent an epidemic. i
gasolines in one. Controlled refining
iK> 4 ;{ gives it not only 2 or 3, but all five'ideal

? HE TOOK NO CHANCES, 4 f ....x..,,?m'C a< ?' : \x y>b ;:y$ iti -, gasoline qualities. ........

Try That Good Gulf Gasoline -and -
He brushed r 'j
his
teeth
twice
a day a
.:';:;', -with a nationally advertised $ 2 % ; %
:- tooth paste. '
k ( GULF REFINING COMPANY
fi! :' The doctor : : ;
examined him twice a ; : *:S: og> rwI
yr
V
year. ,
?f% ,u: Q
Y He r Rfy:,{ > r F. What hint how shift .
,. wore his rubbers when it rain- : y : : #t a on to
ed.pii Y gears can save you gasoline? '
i. 4 Slty%:: .f.:: <
:. ; He slept with his windows open. :Se 1'4\ et t You'll find the answer in

K.,:. ;c' He stuck to a diet with plenty of ':.. this Gulf Booklet, plus 14
V, fresh vegetables. : r,' : .C x a other valuable economy
.
.
fh.'' He relinquished his tonsils and '. : hints. Free-at the Sign of

:, traded several worn-out glands. ,:,.x<8TIAT r' Li,, ,,,<:U Jj the Orange Disc.
f.:: He played golf but never more
u-'\- than eighteen holes at a time..

t. He got at least eight hours' sleep.
r'f. ,: He never smoked, drank or lost GOOD GJLFwill

;.:, his temper.
W. He did his daily dozen daily.
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f. He was all set to live to be a hun- ------
1/ dred. The funeral will be next Wednesday -
: .
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;:.y' He had forgotten about trains at .

':s:::.' Press.grade crossings.The American: .. ou .find the, new GULF-LUBE OIL and all other. .
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(-.."' HOMESTEADS GENERAL EXEMPT, BOND FROM ISSUES \ '. "' GOOD GULF PRODUCTS' At- ,

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Tax levies for general, county and 'SUGARLAND
district spread bond issues should not be : : SERVICE STATION:

against exempt homesteads I c '
Comptroller J. M. Lee is officially I /'

advising Florida boards of county Glenn Etherton Prop.).. '

commissioners today.In .

a prepared statement, the -',. .. _-
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.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .:. Ed Clark was a Mjami visitor and useful gifts. Mrs. H. G. Peters won a double I .:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:.. .:.:..:..: :..:..:..:.. .:

Y Thursday evening taking part in ra- Those enjoying the occasion were deck of cards as high score prize, :

Personal! Mention :;: dio broadcast while there. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. W. P. Mrs. H. R. Hall, cut flowers as a |; New and U se d'%;

::: .:. Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. H. C. Kol tad, cut prize and Mrs. A. A. Munroe -
L ..............'........................".........:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;. Carl Johnson and Rufus Smith, Mrs. Glenn Etherton, Mrs. W., C. the consolation prize, a jar received :I 'FURNITURE :|:

I cIi. 1.'r;. and ;1;:. Leslie Miller left of the U. S. Engineer sub-office Hooker, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence; Mrs. I of honey. .

Wednesday for a visit in Tampa. here spent the week-end ;in Sara- Urey Waldron, Mrs. D. G. Alston, I Refreshments of Jellied fruit salad ? ?

sota. Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. H. H. Turner I sandwiches and iced tea were

I II Mrs. C. M. McDonald of ,PJellc Mrs. J. A. Rumbley, Mrs. C. E.I I served to Mesdames Albert Hill, :!;: BELLE GLADE 1:;

} Glade was visiting here Wednesday;. Miss Nell Swtyidall returned to Nail, Mrs. A. A. Munroe Mrs. ,Margaret Morgan, H. O. Peters, V. s

I her home in; Moore Haven Monday I C. Nowling and Miss Lilly Stone.. I A. Allen, J. F. McLure, Jr., C. E. :!;: FURNITURE COMPANY :|

; R. E.', Kurtz, of Fort Myers, was after a visit with her aunt, Mrs. C. Nail, A. A. Munroe, J. G. Niblack, :

\ a business. visitor here this week. M. Allen and Mr. Allen. 3LRS. A. IL lUNG HOSTESSTO H. R. Hall, Grover C. Poole and J. ;.i':; Belle made! Florida |

-- SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS A. Rumbley. Y

I: i C. E. Miner was a business visitor Miss Wilma Rogero left Tuesdayfor :i: Next Door To Theatre :$

I in Moore Haven Tuesday.W. New Orleans after spending her Mrs. A. H. King was hostess to CHARLES MINER, JR., HAS I

I I vacation here with her parents Mr. the Woman's Circle of the Sunday FOURTH BIRTHDAY PARTY .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

I D. Raines w is a, business vis- and Mrs. E. Rogero.. School class of the Community --
; t Church at her home Monday after- Charles E. Miner, Jr.,. celebrated
itor in Miami Monday.W. .
Dr. John McFadden, of Baltimore noon. The afternoon was pleasantly his fourth birthday. with a party attended -

W. Liddell returned Monday and E. G. McFadden, of spent sewing curtains for a nursery by a large number of little

from several days visit in :'Sarasota. Jacksonville arrived Friday to visit room at the church.Refreshments friends. The children went swim- ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON

with Mr. and Mrs. Gayle McFaddenfor of iced coffee and ,, ming in the pool at the laundry apd REQUEST
-- frozen fruit dessert were served by enjoyed a number of out-door
several
Mr. and Mrs.. A. W. Sias spent days.
Sunday in West Palm Beach. the hostess to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, games. Refreshments of ice cream C. E. STEBEL

I Miss Dorothy Lockhart, Mrs. L. E. and cake were served and balloon
T. B. Shelley visited in Daytona
Cox, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. H. O. favors given each child. Electrical Contracting
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Schroeder Beach over the week-end. Mrs.
Peters, Mrs. J: W. Bruce, Mrs. C. Those
attending were: Carline
were week-end visitors: in Stuart.Mr. Shelley, who has been visiting her PHONE 2121
M. Allen, Mrs. L. L.' Ballentine, and Bobbie Berner, Kay Bowden
mother there for 'several days returned -
Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. Walker Nall, Jean YenawineJo Ann Crouch, PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
Mrs.
and Mrs. C. F. Goodman with him.
A. A.I'Munroe and Mrs. J. F. Tip- Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Wilfred Rose Ann Mills, Shirley Owen, E.
Lockhart, Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. Mills Agent for
C. Jr., Solon Mills, Margie
in Orlando
pey spent Monday Mrs. R. M. Hare, Sr., is spendingtwo
I. M. Pafford, Mrs. Martha Lude- McCracken, Bill McCracken, Jr., GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
vacation in
weeks West Palm ."
kens, Mrs. Broderick and Mrs. Wil Harry T. Vaughn Jr. Richard
Barker T. Wilson and Wade Car- Beach and Miami. Miss Evelyn RANGES AND

tee, of Moore Haven, spent Sunday Hare and Harold Spikes accompanied lard F. Simpson. Knight, Dean Bruce, Sara Bruce, APPLIANCESGood

afternoon in Clewiston.Mr. Clifford and Lionel Barhe, Eleanor
her as far as West Palm Beach
Sunday LADIES AID BENEFIT and Corrinne Von Mach, Grace

and Mrs. Malcolm W. Bigg LUNCHEON AT BRUCE HOME Ward and Skippy Cothern.

left Friday to spend several -weeksat Mr. Mrs. C. I. I . . . .
and Hollingsworthand .
I Asheville, N. C. Mrs. J. W. Bruce entertained ..N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.11.N.N.N..
, I son, Dick of Winter Haven, Thursday with a luncheon at her I FOR SALE-One Vogt 75 lb. all ..

"<. were guests of Dr._ and Mrs. J. G. home Mrs. L. E. Cox metal ice refrigerator. Cost about
*, F. M. Sath.reo"'left acting as joint
Mr. and Mrs.
/, weeks vacation Niblack and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. hostess. This was one of a seriesof : $80.00 new. In good condition,
this week for a two Hirsch the weekend.Mr. I $15.00. Hoomes Rich U. S.
i over benefits being given by the La Engi- FarmLand
in North Carolina. Office.COTTAGE .
I -- dies Aid of the' Community Church. neer
\ Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Brown and
Those present were: Mrs. R., ,H. '
L A. Turner the "week-end
spent
daughter, Blois, of Jacksonville,
Knight, Mrs. Joseph Knight, Mrs.R. .
in West Palm Beach with his fam-
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. FOR RENT-Near coun-
H. Collins, Mrs. M. R. Lawler,
ily. Willaid F. Simpson for several days Mrs. Walker Nall, Mrs. C. M. Allen, ty line. See Gus Cantrell. tf

this I week.. Miss Dorothy Lockhart, Mrs. B. E.
Mrs. J. G. Niblack left Sunday for 1 for Rent
Herring and Mrs. A. H. King.
Jacksonville] where> she :will visit .. Miss Lois Smith and Miss Thelma FORT MYERS BEACH HOTEL

for a week. Renfroe left Tuesday for their MRS. SIMPSON ENTERTAINSWITH

home in Abbeville, Ga., after a visit BRIDGE LUNCHEONMrs. Special Summer Rates

Mrs. Richard Small and baby of several days here with rela- For Reservations phone or write

son, Jack Howard,' returned from. tives.C. Willard F. Simpson enter- Mrs. George W. Smith, Hostess. I I

'LaBelle Saturday. / tained with the third of the Ladies
'
E. Berner' returned Sunday Aid benefits with a bridge luncheonat

I Paul Rardin, of ,Canal Point, was from a visit in Soperton, Ga. Caroline her home on the reservation FOR, SALE-10 acres good muck Trespassers .

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Keathley and Bobby accompanied him Wednesday. land, good house, plenty of good

t Bowden Saturday and Sunday.C. home after a month's visit with relatives High score prize was won by Mrs. I water, two miles from Clewiston. Will Be

there. J. F. McLure, Jr. Cut prize wentto Lillah Barrett. 3tA16J. I

V. Parkinson left Sunday to Mrs. Keathley Bowden. ProsecutedThe I

spend a two weeks vacation at Ho't and, Mrs. R. H. Boswell and Those present were: Mrs.' F. M.

Springs, Ark. daughter, Jerry, left Saturday for Bright, Mrs. W. H. Mills, Mrs. A. M. COUSE

Jacksonville where Mrs. Boswell A. Munroe, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw,
Mrs. ,Gayle McFadden was a business Counselor and Attorney at Law
and Jerry will visit. Mr. Boswell Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. W. C.
visitor in Fort'Myers Thurs- Hopkins Building .
'4 went .on to. Camp Benning at Colum- Owen, Mrs. I.. M. Pafford, Mrs.
day. and Saturdays
Wednesdays !
bus, Ga., for two weeks training. Keathley Bowden and Mrs. J. F.
9:30 to 4:00
McLure, Jr. I
Mrs. T. B. Shelley is visiting her -- '

mother Daytona Beach this week- Cards received from Miss Lucille
} end. Hampton here this week state that :MRS. PAFFOIJD GIVES GUS' BATH I II

v: Jp, she is enjoying her vacation visiting BENEFIT BRIDGE PARTY J
I I ClewistonCompany ;!
friends' in Cincinnati. Miss
Mr. and, Mrs A. Wl Sias left Fri- Mrs Palm Beach .
Hampton is a member of the Clew- I. M. Pafford was hostess at
day to spend ten days at Fort My- i
iston school faculty and will return the second of the Ladies Aid bene- ;
Lockers and Suits for rent
.ers Beach.
i in a short time to resume her teaching fit bridge parties at her home on
I Cottages and Furnished Rooms for .. !
the government reservation
duties. Friday; '
Dave G. Alston, and Father F. .J. afternoon. Three Week-end Parties. )
tables of contract .
Finnegan were Fort Myers visitors James Finn-, of-Louisville- Ky., were in play. Welcome to our Ocean. 'Phone 9313 ..1N..N/N. .......................:...r...........................................rH ..
Thursday' afternoon.R. .
: spent several days this week with

his sister, Mrs. H. R. Hall and fam-
H. Collins left Friday for
He his
ily. was accompanied by nephew -
Camp Bennihg at Columbus, Ga., Sherwood Hall, of Hender

for two weeks training.Mr. who will make his home
son, Ky., 1FORSALE IJ n
here with his uncle and aunt, Mr.
Mrs. A. H. King attended -
and and Mrs. H. R. Hall. f ?

I evening.a movie' -in Moore Haven Tuesday AIR. AND 'MRS. C. E. NALL :: :i: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :: :i:

CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY ty 'Xf
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer VV x
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and son, Billie, left this week to :
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail entertained V. x \

i spend several weeks in Miami. : a number of friends: at a buffet 'vt:' ';' : I '

supper Saturday evening in honorof 'vt. .. ..
Richard and George Bestor, who : .: : 'f. I
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; their second wedding anniversarywhich : : :
are working in Okeechobee City vv I
they celebrated Tuesday, 4.-
the week-end at their home VY..
spent. '' : I
here. August 13.Bridge ':.' .:. I j's [
and Michigan poker were t !
.. : :0
'' ; :: '
r played by the guests ,with Dr. and .:' '' '' ..
I ':.4, Mr. and 1Irs.V... C. Prewitt re Mrs. J. W. Ezelle winning high : s f .. ._ I IVV

'titlturned Sunday from .a two weeks score at bridge and Mrs. A. W.: Sias .VY' '' .:. 'Y.'

visit in: Mississippi and New Or- and A. W. Lawrence winning highat :::: :::: 'i' :i:

leans. Michigan. Mrs. Ezelle receiveda .} + ::: .:-

set of cigarette and match cases ':. ".:.. .!. 'z'
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Mrs.: V. V. Allen, Mrs. H. 0. Pet- and Dr. Ezelle a handkerchief as ":. ".' .z.0" :0
):
ers and daughter, LaDeen, left Fri- prizes. Mrs. Sias' prize was a novelty V ? (

day for a visit of several. days in lamp and Mr. Lawrence received VY'z' ':' >* .S ..1:., .z..

Daytona Beach a handkerchief. Mrs. Foy Durrence .VY' '' k .S. v
: t 'z.
:
-..-- received the cut prize, a double
::: ::: d +,:z:
Margaret Von Mach and Rhu- t +\ :
deck of cards. ... } :=:
.1 nelle McGehee spent last week-end Invited guests were: Dr. and .-. ':' z .'.
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I iu Belle Glade with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs.. Foy .;. ..z'. .::( .!.. ,
Ivan Van Horn.E Durrence, Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Mer- .z. .:. :' .z. I
.:. .:. I .f .z. '
edith, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Law- .z. 'i' ::: .z. r
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: L. Stewart, M. H. Crouch, rence, Mr. and Mrs. A. W, Sias, Mr. : .z. :
'' .
Keathley Bowden and R. Boe, of and Mrs. T.: B. Shelley, Mr.. and Mrs.J. ..z.:. :;:: .' S ,. i S '-4. -k'i: :iS it 'i'.z.. ..'.:.,'

Moore Haven spent Thursday in A. Rumbley and Mr. and Mrs. A.
x
Fort- .:. y .'.
Myers., A. Munroe. 'z. :
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Miss ,Marion Chaplin, Mrs. J. R, SIIOWFIIt GIVEN IN IIONOItOP fvVY

Peyton, C., Nelson and Merle B MRS. FOY DURHENCE ..' :' *.: .z. ..
Mann of Jacksonville spent several s s.

days in Clewiston this week. MrsJ) T. B. Shelley and Mrs. A. y Y

;' W. Sias gave 'a surprise miscellaneous :

Mrs. Willard F. Simpson, Mrs shower at their homes' Thurs- :i: ::_:: Pay The Balance Like Rent .::!:: :i:

A. H. Brown, Blois Brown, LaDeen day afternoon honoring ,:Mrs. Foy .:. ... .,.' .:.

Peters and Ann Pafford spent Fri-. Dunence. The treasure hunt and :;; :;: WE. HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :*;: :::

day at Fort Myers Beach. shower were held at the home of s' !: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :: _
\ Mrs. Sias and refreshments served : :: sI :

Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Ironmongerspent next door at the home of Mis.'Shel

dale. Mrs.the week-end Ironmonger in Fort will Lauder-remainto ley.Ice' cream( in a pink rose design :U_I: : Clewiston Home Building Association It

spend a few weeks there and in was served in small baskets wi h .. .. ..
i\ Miami, Mr. Ironmonger returning .decorated cakes. The honor guest .:. .:. PHONE 102 's: _.

Sunday evening, 'was the recipient of many lovely 1. -&

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and Also Comfort

OUR COMIC SECTION LflTLE JESTS Pattern 2240 l:'"




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I FINNEY OF THE FORCE Q*Dy W""r.Ted O'Loughlin Ne.rp.pee Union No Passing -Y"

'jiS-WE BE L- VJEUL-1 DECLARE j

So foU'Rtr GOIN'(0 1ti f t OLI ARE SeTflMcS-
'i'AKIN1 FAfJW? l'HE'A1 VMELL-VJB. BUT ON THE OTHER HANDA
? PALACt: SPoRTy
oct I' ToNICHT ,. NO L barrister who was sometimes forgetful -' n y%
7 having been engaged to plead \/1 lr
the cause of an offender, began by saying t.Ff .
: "I know the prisoner at the bar.
and he bears the character of being a
most consummate and Impudent scoun
drel."
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Here somebody whispered to him .
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that the prisoner was his client, where-
4 upon he continued : "But what great
( 1 1 and good man ever lived who was not
calumniated by many of his contem-

1: plraries1"-Troy Times Record. iFt

Eye to Color
An attractive young movie actress i
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( f- ( A i A ln was driving her new car when something
The
went wrong with the engine.

LOTS OP PASSES How KiN 01- NOT TRANSFERABLE"ON'1 IT ? traffic light changed from green to red
,and back to green and still she could
'fA flT I FrNNe'trHE'I ALL READ ftMM mt- THATMEAM IT MEANS THAT! not get the car to budge. The traffic
ITS A WONDER IoN''(
LOIKEHIS Ol V/QN'T BE cop came up.
YA WOUL fJ'-r wAN-- NUTHIM'/ ADMITTED "M- "What's the matter, miss?" he
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Too Risky
"So you're a salesman now eh, ''In1I\
\ Sambo1'Do you stand behind the l
product you sell?"
"No. sah. I sho don't."
\ "Why, Sam I'm surprised at you.
\ 1 \I You should always stand behind your
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"Mules I"A J No one has ever designed any- !

Good Dodger thing to equal the chic and comfortof
Operatic Teuor"-Next year I am the "Wrap-around" for efficient
making S" tour of South Africa. performance of household duties.
Friend-Have: you thought that os- And in our crowded- lives today Efficiency
< Weittrn Ne.eDeDer Union trich eggs weigh two or three pounds plays ,important part. Per-
haps that'sYh a house frock that
OFF SCHEDULE could "go to market"' to prove its

t i THE FEATHERHEADS JMSU.: Time Changes versatility those big has square been buttons conceived.conform. Don't

beautifully with the unique cut of
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HELLO" FELI$- \I'M GLAD
"WELLRE- BE the front-and joys of joys, the
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CALL UP THE HOME: bV SEVEM2 WHAT popping out at the wrong time. Confidentially -
GAME WIFE RI&NT TIME t>0 VOU THINK freedom isn't the only
EARL YOU'D BE HERE 2 virtue of those sleeves-they're so
AWAY easy to m'ake.Pattern .
IWNyER Y d I 2240 Is available in sizes
14, 1C, IS, 20, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42
II and 44. Size 16 takes 4 yards 36
v I inch fabric.. Illustrated step-by-step
sewing Instructions included.

The Boss-Oh. yes; 1 suppose you're Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) In "...jI.,.
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honest as the day Is long. coins or stamps (coins preferred)
The Job Hunter-I used to be but for this'pattern. Write plainly name,
I haven't figured It out since daylight address and style number. BE SURE
IA.I saving went Into effect. TO STATE SIZE.
Address orders to Sewing Circle
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you going to speak over the I street, New York.
radio?"
"1 am," answered Senator Sorghum
-.., "1 am aware of art competition. But I EQUALITY"Women
( am still confident that my Ideas on the
1 THOUGHT 'NHi--AH-I SAID welfare of the nation are as importantas are advising equal rightsfor
shaving cream." men in matters of alimony," remarked -
ABOUT ABOUT TEN TO toothpaste or
TEN L the hostess.
7 SEVEN "We further," said
A Faithful Copyist might go even
JJ/!
4A2F Miss Cayenne, "and Insist on a Blue
--1 "What's the trouble with this letter
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4! Eagle code for gigolos."
O oyis ?" asked the' manager. "It's full ofrepeUtions.
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F "It's quite correct" replied the alert I Yes, There Are Changes
stenographer. "The new man who dictated -I First Movie Star-We soitnly
it stutters." I change as we grow older, don't we?
Second Movie Star-Yes, indeed
$ \ Another Pathetic Figure dirrie. I usta marry men I wouldn'tgo
outa'dinner with
now.
Blinks-You say your wife wears a
long face because you are so short?
Jinks-Yes, she wants to get her One Good Point
face lifted and can't until 1 get my sal Accepted Swain-I know I'm not
ary raised.-Cincinnati Enquirer. much to look at. '!f':'
The Girl-Still, you'll be at work
KER PLUNK all da ..

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the Knife? ( Looking Ahead I PLOWED UNDER
War Vet-And now, doctor, that Merchant" may be able to employ I
:,'. I've told you I am going to marry your you.as a clerk for a start. After thatit I
daughter Anne theres' one thing I will depend on yourself, and you : M
".c .. want to get off my chest. will be paid according to what you I e
Doctor-You Just tell me about It. are worth. Is that. all right?
i, War Vet-A tattooed heart with Youth Oh
yes I suppose the firr*>
". the name "Yvette of Bar le Due" on I will be able to afford it-Pearson's dQw J
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II. OLD SARCASTIC I Handy for the Cut-Up -..... ...... a.
"1 hear you took a disastrous plungeIn II
1 hear the surgeons have operatedon "
Wall street?
you again." lIe-As soon as I get that long prom-
"Yes." ised raise I'm going to ask you to "Yes; I was sort of standing on the
edge, and someone gave me a tip!"
; S &: "Dow many times does this make?" marry rug.
I't.. i Y "Five. They're going to put on a She-But I would never consent to
:; I/ swinging door' nest time." marry an old man. Proper Announcement A
I \ Miss-No, Mr. Smartboy, J am not
Willing to Share Diagnosis: ready to marry as yet.
WIfey-Don't you think baby grows "I don't care for Peggy-she's so Heard In a doctor's office: Smartboy Will you let me know I
more like me every day? small-minded." "Doc, I fear I have a weak consti- when you are?
r. Hubby-Yes, dear; especially so, "But awfully generous-she'll give tution." Miss-Certainly] I'll sent you a wed- I
I since she began to talk.; anybody a piece of It" Stray Stories "No, your constitution Is all right, ding announcement.
Magazine. but several of your by-laws need fix I
Safety First ing" < His Longest Reach
"You are t. soap box orator I" What, Ho! the Hounds Mother Son, 1 do wish you would
r "1 am," said the agitator. Officer What's that tag doing on Well, It Helps stop reaching at the table.. Haven'tyou I.
1 "What's the first thing you do when .your car? "Murphy got rich quick, didn't he?" a tongue? t
you decide to arouse the rabble Driver-Well, you see, the car "He got rich so quick that he can't Son-Yes, Ma, but 1 can reach much '
"I try to make friends with the growled so much, I bought a. dog 11- swing a golf club without spitting on farther with my arm. I'
police." cense.-St Louis Globe Democrat hla hands."-Chicaco Daily News.



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For Sponge Cake pan Is the best for this. purpose anda the sugar. and,beat together ten mIn-
slow oven' (about 320 F.) gives best utes. Add the"'dry Ingredients which

and Angel FoodTo results. This allows the cake to rise have been sifted together alternately

slowly and form a crust'evenly.' This with the water. Bake In cake

l means baking for a long timeaboutan pan in slow oven, 325 degrees F., for
1 1i c' I flour for a large cake In a tube about one hour.
A'PIIk Make Sure of Complete
Bell Syndicate.WNU Service.

I II II 0'H Success, Flour Must Be pan.When the cake comes out of the
I
I oven, turn It upside"down on a cake
I H Well Sifted. ,cooler and let it.come out of the pan KILL BLACK WIDOW

as it shrinks slightly "with cooling. '

i I U Sponge cake and. angel food- are In I .If:it does not come out of .Itself, aft- The deadly Black Widow

I II fk i\ class .by' themselves, and although er It Is! cool, loosen carefully.around spider's bite is decidedly
they are called cakes they are made the..edge.,
I dangerous to people.
,
so differently from other cakes that
they need a column to themselves. Grandmother's Sponge Cake. Kill All Spiders..Watchfor :

Every kind of sponge cake has i 3 1 eggs cup ,sugar them in garages, corners' of

I: eggs as its basis, and in large proportion 1 cup floortcaspgori ,; porches, etc.The minute you see.

I I It also has sugar and flour "1h 'salt them spray THOROUGHLYwith

in sm 'proportion.. Usually has, "t 1 teaspoon baking powder FLY-TOX.It also kills FLIES
: .1 tablespoon lemon juice, or 1 teaspoon
besides' a littHi acid-vinegar, -l&meniulce vanilla MOSQUITOES and other Intcebw
or cream of tartar-to.:help'stiffen
Be sure you get
soy
the beaten eggs-which lighten the Beat the eggs and sugar together

I mixture." _, five minute's. Sift flour salt and .>:

Quick or cheap. sponge cakes!, which baking, powder togqther and fold 'Into I IQuickPieasant

economize on eggs have a small. the other mixture. Flavor and bakein

amount of. baking powder to help a long bread pan or In muffin pans

raise them. This type of.'cake .may 2.1 Q} to 30 minutes .In a slow oven

.. : .. .i 55 y'. not have: ,the I fine ,texture of., real (320, F,)... ;'V' .

sponge cake, ,but it is so"easly .to. .,AngeL Food Cake. Successful l Elimination \
, IIII Ethiopian Army Captain in Full Dress Uniform.Prepared I make, so certain to turn out consistently '1 cup sifted. pastry or cake' flour ,

and so'good with Ice"::cream; ;' 1 cup egg whites' t
herds of gazelles Yi. teaspoon salt lulls' be frank-there's only one E
by the National Geographic Society. where gallop many whipped cream or crushed fruit,. that j J :
Washington. D C.-WNU Service. and antelope. Occasionally one sees % teaspoon cream of tartar I way for your body to rid Itself of i
it Is a standby in households.: ', almond extract
In many b. teaspoon
familiar name ;
a acidity
the waste material that causes
the. dark blur of a rhino breakfastingon I giving grandmother 1' cup, sifted.. granu lated, -sugarSift
: ETHIOPIA: these days, far side of the Awash River am you'my, : gas, headaches bloated feelings \1' I i
1 the recipe today, says, a "culinary 'expert t tYour'
a long and imposing About four o'clock in the aft- '! > ,- flour 'once;' n5' a nre, and sift and a dozen other discomforts. }
of this ancient canyon. It was the first tlih :I was allowed to Intestines must function and e :
history. The kings the flour four more times: Beat egg t
traced from Orl of noon of this third day sprawlingcity I help 'with when I 'was a little girl. the way to make them move quickt.. r
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empire are whites and salt' with'egg beater.'
In
Ababa is sighted a
of Addis
beat ly pleasantly successfully, withput i
i Tradition made itnecessary to ,
the Firstof
Selassie
4478 B. C. to Haile forest of blue gum trees, across a the and sugar together for ten When foamy add cream of tartar. griping or harsh irritants is to chew }
A. D. 1935-with time out:, naturally eggs Continue beating' until "the eggs, .arc In
rolling, grassy plain. a Milnesia Wafer thoroughly, accordance I
minutes with a; sllvir 'fork, and I
I".A ] from the date of the Deluge until stiff but not ,dry Fold In sugar a: with directions on the bottle }
According A ride of 20 minutes on mule or loved to relieve a ,tired arm' for a
Babel. -
the fall of the Tower of little at a tilne. Add flavoring. Foldin or tin, then swallow. }
of horseback, or (five minutes by motor moment or two. In lateryears' I ,
.-S-. I' to tradition the queen ,. flour :the same way. Pour batter Milnesia Wafers, pure milk of !
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takes the arriving traveler to the main found that a wheel beater reduced -
Sheba was an Ethiopian. She may egg into angel food-.pan and'' bake In a magnesia in tablet form, each equiv ;
possibly have lived in what we now part of the city. Addis Ababa has the time for beating at least : alent to a tablespoon of liquid milk j
I slow oven(323degrees F.) for one '
call Ethiopia, and certainly she included good streets and no "across the rail- half. ; hour. .' Remove from oven'and invert of magnesia correct acidity, bad f
I it in her extended domain. way tracks" quarter. It has also legations This is still my favorite sponge breath flatulence, at their source, (
Modern Ethiopia includes more than consulates, hotels, many' American cake because it has'more flavor than pan. and enable you to have the quick, I
330,000 miles of the rich and motor cars, airplanes of sorts and the more expensive cakes with their( -' I Inexpensive Sponge Cake. pleasant\ successful elimination so f I
square I' buildings.On 8 eggs necessary to abundant health. I
productive northeastern African pla- some presentable business finer texture. "- 1 cup sugar Milnesia Wafers come in bottlesat J

teau. It Is mainly a mountainous region one of the two principal elevationsof The success of any sponge cake 1 cupcake_ flour. 35c and GOc or in convenient tins #\

o much broken by deep valleys. the city Is the ever-interesting mar- depends first: upon using fine granulated 'Salt 1.teaspoon' baking. powder. at 20c. Recommended by thousandsof t

Arid, semi-desert country surrounds it ket place. Here once stood the great : .. ,sugar. well sifted (several % cup cold water physicians.: All g druggists Ii

on every side. It does not touch the tree which served for generations as : times; ) flour, and preferab'Iy'cat .' carry them. Start using these pleasant 1

sea, although some Ethiopian feudal a gibbet. The other main elevation 'Is flour, and upon the baking. A tube .Break the,.egg'Into .a bowl, add tasting, effective wafers today.SllVJii1X' ,

chieftains like to grasp a marine tel- crowned by the group of buildings [

they for a formal pho which make up the imperial palace.
escope as pose


tograph.5,000,000 In the. population Christians there of the are true, perhaps Ethi- The Audience most"Hill Hall imposing] of of the the edifice'Conquering Gebbi"on this is Lion designated the i @;cM\\ sps hot one Y II IIt


opian (Hamitic-Semitic) t 'pe. They are of the Tribe of Judah, constructed of m H i ,i r if it i .t./f7.///::

: the inheritors of an ancient civilization stone and given its high-sounding title HERE YOU ARE, JOE AND'ALL YOU GOTTA, LOOKOUT A BOMB 1! )> I;
, under whose feudal form of gov- by order of the' late Emperor Mene THIS BOMB WILL BLOT DO,'JOE. IS TO THROW
I ernment are estimated to be 7,000,000 lik. Menelik claimed his title by vir- 'IM OUT IT WHEN TI-lE'GOVERNdR i

Moslems and pagans. The latter are tue of ,his descent from that first GETS H4 THE REVIEWING STAND : :

mainly negroes. Menelik who was born to Sheba after
her visit to Solomon. -
There is in Ethiopia a very evident

mixture of Asia and Africa. Some of Ethiopia claims to be the oldest I '
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the blood came from ancient Palestine Christian sovereign state. The teach- !

some from Arabia and some from ings of Christ were introduced aboutA.

the shores of the Caspian. Authoritiesdo D. 330 by two shipwrecked Phoenician / I
not agree as to the elements In youths. Before they became

this African melting] pot of races. But Christians, the ruling classes of Ethi

JJ. the Ethiopian claims with pride ar' opians were adherents of Judaism

I r strong relation to the Semites. ,Their present church ceremonial retains -
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traces of that great and : ;>
Getting Into Ethiopia.The many 1.

front door entrance and port to venerable religion.

Ethiopia is Djibouti, French Somali- Resources of the Country
land. The French are commendably :::
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After the professions of priest and ;
responsible for Djibouti. It is the base S;: ,
soldier, agriculture is the principal occupation :
of their 500-mile railway from the
in Ethiopia. The country i?
coast directly inland to Addis Ababa,
fertile, though methods of cultivation
the' Ethiopian capital. This railway isEthiopia's very
are still primitive. Many fine IF IT HADN'T BEEN FOR SHUCKS J ANY
only modern connection with beef cattle are produced, and the peo- imu 'you ('o BE BLOWN TO USHER COULD .1:
the outside world. Djibouti is, there-
ple are great meat eaters. They have BITS HAVE SPEAREDIT
fore, very important to Ethiopia. It Is
AND YANKED OUT THE FUSE.
what might be called, a ceremonial custom [ .
headquarters for an Ethiopian consul
I of eating a bit of raw beef assort a !
who gives Intending visitors their
of hors d'oeuvre.In -
visas. v
addition to the ordinary kinds ot
There are two kinds of trains now
stock, Ethiopian farmers In parts of
xayS.a;
the efficient but expensive little
on the country raise civet cats for commercial :,,
Franco-Ethiopian: railway. On Sundayand F .
purposes., From these animals a ,'.
I Wednesday mornings a train I
they obtain a liquid musk marketableto
leaves Djibouti to arrive three days at
French and American perfumers
later in Addis Ababa. Each Tuesday .
$2 an ounce. The chase is also a commercialized
I evening departs he "through express Industry In Ethiopia, and GOSH --'IT'S .
." which does the 500 miles in 36
naturally Ivory beads the list of Its DIZZY DEAN! '
hours. Passengers can sleep on this !
products. Jjr
"fast" train, net In pullmans, but In _
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adjustable seats. On the three-day Where Fine Coffee Is Grown. 1

.. trains sleeping Is done at little way- The Harar district town and ,provInce I

,NY side hotels the two nights en route. Is the center of production of r

The first day of this railway journey cultivated coffee in Ethiopia. The bean
produced is of excellent quality and -. .
1 ends usually at six in the after- : "
noon, at Diredawa, the first town of ranks next only to Mocha In world THAT WAS SURE A WELL. SON, TO THINK ; HOW CAN I HAVE I'LL TELL YOU ONB

Importance after the train enters markets. It is ,called "long-berry : .G.REAT CATCH, DIZZV'! FAST YOU G.OT TO BE PLENTY OF ENERGY? SWELL WAY -r EAT

Ethiopia. It is on the fringe of a Mocha" and Is sold to a discriminating AND FAST THINKING WIDe-AWAKE. AND GRAPE-NUTS, IT TOPS

plateau 4,000 feet above sea level anda clientele In the ,United States. Air TOO !L :, : TO BE WIDE-AWAKE : r THE BATTING ORDER FOR MAKING '<
200-mile climb from the coast. An though the Uarar plantations are descended you COT 1'0 HAVE PLENTY pF ENERGY ': ENERGY. I KNOW I EAT IT MYSELF

interesting side trip from Diredawa is from seed introduced from L. :

the old Mohammedan walled town of the Mocha district in Arabia.In .

Harar, four hours away by rough mo- Kara and adjoining parts of

tor trip or a whole day by muleback. southwestern Ethiopia may be seen .n

.. Camels, horses, or mules are available today vast and virgin forests of coffee
! as a means of transportation, but the of the Indigenous variety: It neces-
I '' mule Is considered the most appropriate sarily grows without cultivation or

ate, ,one of actual or apparent high care and thousands of tons of the

station In life. berries fall to the ground In waste ,

The second night of the three-day each year. The outer fringes of some 1 F f
train journey is passed on the banks of these forests are worked by nativesin

of the Awash river, one of the peculiar sections not too far from export

streams of the world. At this point It trading centers, where the market

Is a swiftly flowing river In a deep value of coffee Is known. Egypt buys

canyon. Rising on the Ethiopian plateau much of this coffee shipped via Khartoum -

It turns northeastward toward In place of former importationsof .
.; the Red sea, but loses Itself In the the Brazilian product. .
{ sDanakil lowlands short of Its natural Lions are numerous In the Harar Boys! Girls! Get Valuable Prizes Free! I!

, 'I iJestinatlon. Awash consists mainly of district. They are the fine black- I

i a small railway yard, a one-story 'I maned fellows so alluring to the big- {r DIZZV taN NNia, = ,Join Dizzy Dean Winners-carry Dizzy's Lucky Piece! j

I brick building housing a hotel 'under game hunter. Probably other kinds Send the top from one yellow-and-blue Grape-Nuts package, ,i!

quasi-Hellenic management, a scattering can chew one up Just at. thoroughly Dizzy Dean Winners Membership with your name and address,to Grape-NutsBattle Creek.Mich., I
of native shacks, and many cats. but the Uarar fellow is particularly Pin.Solid bronze,with red enameled for membership pin and copy of club manual containing list of I
Food and accommodations are simple respected. When an Ethiopian kills alien lettering. Free for 1 Grape-Nuu 37 nifty free prizes Anc.to have loads of tnergy, i
and the most essential Is Package-top. In ordering membership start eating'Grape-Nuts right It has '
thing a good he has the right to demand a away. a & r I
pin,be ask Prize
sure to for 301.
ti winning flavor'all its own-crisp Duf..like. de- !$
mosquito net.Addis !
special audience from the emperor Dizzy Dean PI. .
Lucky ce. Just like N >
licious. Economical to serve, too, for two tablespoons ':
Ababa the Capital. during which to declaim and act out Dizzy carries-with his good luck a z with whole milk
or cream, provide morevaried
The train gets under way, again the the feat. Afterwards heB r privilegedto Grape-Nuts motto on reverse package-top.side. Free In order-for 1 .' off.. nourishment than many a hearty meal. A Product of General
next morning at dawn and rolls wear themane and skin as part of Jag lucky piece, ask for Prize 303. '- (Offer expires Dec.31,1935.Good only in U.S.A.) Food*
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FOR VISITING NIECE many things they had learned by Seleo, in charge of the Clewiston Pearl Curry' and daughters, Hendry Sunday. Miss Roberts and
early experience until now, less than : sub-office of U. S. Engineers. Katherine and Eileen, visited with Mrs. Renfroe are Mrs. Hendry's

Mrs.:! Elbert L. Stewart entertained four years after the digging of the i "Boats can come in at Stuart up Mrs. Priscilla Carson and daughter, sisters.
Friday afternoon with a party at first bucketful of marl for the levee [ tho St. Lucie canal, and through the Buena, at their home in Immokaleelast Mrs. George Burchard and Mrs.

her home honoring her niece, Miss the end of the work is in sight with lake." Sunday. Mrs. Carson and Mrs Corraine Forrey made a business ,

Barbara Ann Moorman, of Macon the exception of a fourteen mile Curry are sisters. trip to Clewislon Monday afternoon.
Ga., who is visiting here. stretch at Okeechobee City which Is SCREW WORM ADVISORS TO Miss Inez Magill was a visitor in Miss Bernice Infinger and Sher-
Games were played on the lawn expected to be built next year. To MEET WITH: CATTLEMENW. Miami Sunday and Monday. She man Hansen attended the show 'at

after which refreshments of sand- date the project has cost approxi- spent Monday shopping. the Dixie Crystal Theatre Tuesday
and punch were mately 10000000.00 and the ,ulti- Mr. and Mrs. Solon Crews and night.
wiches, cookies J. Platt of Bartow Is In La-
Wright, Jo Ann mate cost of the project which includes I daughter, Alma and their house
Nancy
served to: Belle today making arrangementsto Miss Eunice Barfield of Fort My-
Crouch Grace Ward Carline and not only the lakeshore levee have one or more of the screw I guest Miss Eunice Barfield, motored ers is the guest of Miss' Alma Crews,
Bobbie Berner, Rhunelle McGehee but the dredging and widening of worm advisors of the state to at- to Clewiston Sunday where they at her home in Fort Denaud this
canal for drain- visited with Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Smith and Shirley the Caloosahatchee
Mary Ellen tend the meeting of the cattlemen week.
will be in excess of 17000000. Mills and :fms. Mr. and :Mrs. Crewsare
Owen. age that is to be held at the courthouse Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nannie,. of
Mrs. Mills'
The five hurricane gates costing parents.
Saturday afternoon at 3 0'-
,'here
of
Tampa, are the guests Mr. and
MRS. EZELLE ENTERTAINS about $250,000 each, are considered! clock Mrs. W. P. Arledge returned to I
Mrs. E. M. Cornette.
BRIDGE CLUB ,WEDNESDAY "safety valves" by engineers. Although her home In LaBelle Saturday night
weighing 92 tons the gates Dr. W. C. Styles, of Gainesville, after a visit. In Georgia and South Miss Madge Hull, who has been
will be on hand to give a talk on the I
Carolina with relatives. attending: summer school at Stetson -
entertained the be moved by one man regard
:Mrs. J. W. Ezelle may its treatment *and .
members of her bridge club at her less of the pressure of the water screw worm and James Sharp of Moore Haven was University at DeLand returned
give a general outline of the pro to her home in LaBelle last week.
Wednesday afternoon.A against them. These are located at the guest of Miss Ethel Cook Sun-
home
gram they are working on in their Miss Hull received her master's degree -
day night
T. mouths of canals into
Mrs. the leading
pair of hose was given '
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i effort to assist the cattlemen In the 1
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Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Miller motored at the end of the summer'swork.
prize a the lake
;B.< Shelley for high score I control of screw worms and files. night.. .
inen towel toIrs.:! J. A. Rumbleyas To drain the farm land the army Dr. will in- to Clewiston Tuesday
Styles give special
Mrs. Miller attended the show at -r.-'V.;
of visited
Clewiston
and cut prize Hampton -
low score prize engineers have directed the place structions on how to the blood-
use
went to Mrs. I. M. Pafford a set ment in the levee of fifteen 10 foot less emasculator In these treatmentsand the Dixie Crystal Theatre while Mr. ; in LaBelle over last week-end.
Fruit dessert, cookies off Miller attended the American Legion -
of coasters. ; culverts. Automatic valves shut all of the cattle owners are
and an iced fruit drink were served. the lake should its water rise to urged to attend. meeting held there.

Those playing were: Mrs. C. M. I the level of the drains. They can Mr. and Mrs. Marion. Jones visit- ft _w
McDonald, Mrs. I. M. Pafford L'' {'T'8. however-bo opened to Irrigate. 1 ed in Wauchula last week-end.
You Wreck 'Em
Grover C. Poole Mrs. Keathley I Eengineers plan to keep the lake LaBELLE NEWSJudge Miss Genevieve Curry is visitingher .

Bowden Mrs. H. R. Hall Mrs. T. level 'between 14 and 16 feet. The I cousin Miss Lillian Curry, at We Fix 'Em '
B. Shelley, Mrs. J. A. Rumbley and 1928 disaster peak was 27 feet and Lakeland for a few days.
Mrs. D. G. Alston. the present .-foot dike, together Whitehurst of Fort Myers :Mr.- Stevens of the Paramount
called on Wade Hampton Wednesday PAINTING BODY AND
I Picture Corporation at Jacksonvilleand
with the deepening of the lake, is
afternoon. Mr Koch' of the Columbia Pic- FENDER WORK
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Teachers Selected- : bellved ample for safety in any
J storm. Mrs. L. O. Gravely and sons; Bob- ture Corporation of Atlanta made TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY

Dredging out the lake bottom by and Billy, visited in Frostproofwith business calls on Fred Case last

(Continued from page 1) for the dike has created a channel Mrs. Gravely's sister the first week. Mr. Case is the manager of Done by An Expert fi;;

the children to the possibility of close to shore, into which the storm-' of the weak. the LaBelle Theatre. Courteous Service .
,contracting this dreaded child's di churned waters would fall and lose Mrs. Holt, an interior decoratorof Mr: and Mrs. 'L. 0.. Gravely, and
sease. their force. The chancel, 20 fet Fort Myers was a business visitor Mrs. H. L. Delaney made a trip to Work Guaranteed.

A discussion of the truant law deep and 100 feet wide, also. serves In LaBelle Tuesday. Clewiston Wednesday mor'ning.Mrs. Prices Reasonable

followed and the board decided that as a navigation belt. Mrs. Harry Delaney and Miss Hood and children of Moore

\. the law would be strictly enforced "It is virtually a part of the cross-' Edith Magill shopped In Fort Myers Haven have joined Mr. Hood whois PIONEERService
during the coming term. It requires working in LaBelle. They will

that every child between the ages! I make their home in LaBelle. Station

of 6 and 16 should attend school NOTICE TO TAX PAYERSNotice Miss Katherine Curry and Clem BELLE GLADE PHONE 10
Jones motored to Pahokee Friday.
and cannot be exempt without ex
Miss Mildred Roberts and Mr Wrecker Service at All HoursBuild
cellent reason and upon the approval -
of local trustees and the county Is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of and :Mrs.! Jack Renfroe, of Immok- --- "' "!"
board. A truant officer is to be Hendry County, Florida has prepared, as required by law, the following
estimates of the necessary and ordinary expenses of the various fundsof -
named before the opening of school.' Hendry County Florida contemplated for the fiscal commencing -- -- -- --- ..
Insurance policies were taken out October let, 1935 and ending September 30th 1936. year ;.. .., ,. .. :: -=-. ::: :.=:;=:: :. '; -= ::: : :' :- .
with'a LaBelle agent for public liability -

r; and property damage pn the GENERAL REVENUE FUND F

five school buses. The insurance Is 211 County Commissioners mileage ........................................$ 370.00 Now While YourF
on a group plan and is a substaa- 212: Clerk of the Board salary ........:............................................ 1,500.00
F h' tial saving to the board. Under the I.. 219 Attorney to the Board and Sheriff .................................... 1580.00
,L policy the maximum allowed for 221 Clerk Circuit Court Recording and General Court Work 100.00
r death of one child would be $5,000or : 224 Tax Assessor, Commission ................................................ 1.6 i 0.00
$10,000 maximum on the group. 225 Tax Collector, Commission ................................................ 1000.00 Government Is Ready
or 241 Maintenance of Court House ........::.............-....................... 1400.00
B.} This Is. the last regular meeting 261 Elections and Supervisor of Registration ............................ 950.00
t. of the. board prior to the opening off 2tf2 Legal Advertising ...............................:.................:.............. 200.00
school but the special meeting for 269 Stationary, Printing,' Recording Books:'Lights, You

E final settlement of the salary schedule Telephones, Insurance and Incidentals ......::.................... 2,360.00 and Willing to Help

: will be called at an early date 341 Maintenance of Jail ............................................................ 200.00
.1 ',' hi order that plenty of time will be 537 Maintenance of Cemetery .................................................... 300.00 I .
given to mail contracts to teachers. 562' Insanity Inquest .i00.00:
563 General Welfare\ ..........'........."...:.......................................... 2300.00 i An amendment to a former ruling of the Federal Housing .
699 Contingencies and Emergencies .....................,..... ............ 1,000.00 I '
f:: Lieut. Selee GivesF --- : Act has Ibecn made which permits extending loans for new ::.

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"' $14,960.00FINE construction or modernization from $1,500 to $2,000 and
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FUND
AND FORFEITURE

r'f;", (Continued from page 1) 321 Clerk Circuit Court Fees and Costs ..;.............................$ 300.00: extending time limit from three sears to five years
Ii pletely.: Asked if' modern methods 323 County' Judge, Fees and Costs ............ .. ........ .. :1,700.00, ;
of warfare made war as destructive I 324 Justice :of ,$he Peace Fees and Costs ::..............::::..::..:::::: 300.00 / "..

''.\ as it once was, Lieut. Selee replied I 325 Sheriff;""' Fees, costs jail guard and commission ........:....... 5000.00 Loans may now bo secured: for new building con- '$;

that the number of rifle shots to 326 Constables, Fees and Costs ................................................ 500.00 mOt1.I "
the
d : 329 Other Court Costs and Fees .........................:...................... 1,100.00 struction under Title I up to $2,000 payable same as
; each killed in war had Increased -
'" person and ] 361 Coroners Inquest, Fees and Costs .................................... 200.00 ernization loans in fire J'elll'S.I .
considerably quoted 362 Feeding'and care of Prisoners ............................................ 2,400.00
; statistics to prove his point. Commenting 699 Contingencies and Emergencies ........................................ 500.00 I '.
on the effect of poisonous .

gases he 'stated ,that their use gave 12000.00 I REQUIREMENTS TO' BE MET WHEN FILING APPLICATIONS -
one side ,a temporary advantage but ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND '

it never required a great deal of 411 'County Commissioners Road ,Inspection ............................$ 3000.00 J FOR MUTUAL MORTGAGE INSURANCE..
time for the opponents to discover 412 Labor'on Roads and Bridge Tender ................................ 16,000.00 /
some effective method of combat-: 442 Road-Machinery; and Equipment ........................................ "2500.00 FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION: i
b; ting them. 449 Rent .of Equipment ....................................:........................ 1,000.00
In reply to further questioning he 461 Road Material .............................................................:........ 3000.00 Architect's plans and specifications, which will be x
463 Payment to Cities and Towns ............................................ 150.00 retained by the Federal Housing Administration k
.. stated that he believed the student
) 469 Supplies and Expenses ......................................................... 2000.00
; : clamor, for peace to be only the outlet 1699 Contingencies and Emergencies .........................:............ 2,350.00 One or more contractor's estimates. ;t
o::" for ideas rather than a move for =
i,;,. permanent, world-wide peace; that ,000.00 _. Two. or more of the pictures of proposed site and'surroundlllgS / ;
about 3x5.:
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the League of Nations had not PUBLICITY FUND -

;" I proven very effective in promoting 685 Moneys: to be Expended for Publicity Purposes ................$ 1000.00 Legal description of the property.
peace; that the trend seemed to be
COURTHOUSE BOND INTEREST AND SINKING FUND Cashier's check'or check payable to the
toward each continent evntually being '
761 Interest $89,000.00\ Bonds Outstanding ........................$ 5340.00 Federal Housing Administration for $3.00 per thousand dol- c-.,
/ composed of one large nation 762- Bonds Maturing ........................._......................................... 6,000.00 lars of the amount of, the loan application. '
and that there were no radical I 763 Commission and Expense ................................ ...-.............. 20.00
changes due soon in warfare such

as come bejng gradual rather than t $11,360.00
..t an outburst of revision. :, "HIGHWAY BpND INTEREST AND SINKING FUND We are co.operatingwith the local committee for

r' The Lieutenant's' talk was considered 761 Interest' 'dn $295,000.00 Bonds Outstanding ....................$17,400.00 F. II. A. and will furnish full information to help you secure
one of the most interesting I' 762 Bonds Maturing .................................................................. .10000.00 ,
ever given before the local Club. 763 Commission and Expense ...................'f................................ 100.00 j jour housing loan.

Visitors included O. A. Jones, J. W. $27,500.00. Call or write and have our representative call Use

,r"' Bruce and Dr. Glenn. _.J._ _Potter._ SPECIAL ROAD AND BRIDGE DISTRICT NO.2, our service and get our priceson, jour, material needs.

';' ; I Interest and Sinking Fund i1
: / Gap Completed- 761 Intereston 49562.30 Bonds Outstanding ....................$ ,2646.34 .

I 762 Bonds :Maturing .................................................................... 4547.00
763 Commission and Expense .................-.................................4- 666
(Continued from page 1)
was the first of the big suction I $ 7200.00
.
.... 0 dredges to be put on the Lake work.It SPECIAL ROAD AND BRIDGE DISTRICT NO. 3, WelisaRoyal lumber
made such excellent progress that o Interest and Sinking Fund

;, within a short time two other similar 761 Interest ,on 4050.00 Bonds Outstanding ........................$ 243:00 ,
dredges, the General / belonging 762 Bonds Maturing .................................................................... 405.00
;: to the Arundel Corporation and 763 Commission and 2.00 N.

the Gulfport another government Company
.- $ 650.00 ;
: dredge work the
were put 'on on
; ''' .. Notice Is further given that the Board of County Commissioners of .
side. I
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': south Hendry County, Florida will at its next regular meeting on Tuesday: : '.
I'4<:.. The Canal Construction Company September, 1935, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., consider and act upon the I Pahokee, Florida Clewiston, Florida ,.
':: was awarded a contract on the east foregoing estimates,' and as adopted the same shall constitute the fixed 'PHONE 2591 'PHONE :388 r'
; : side of the Lake near Bacom Point expenditures for :and against general funds above mentioned, for the

i', ''' but this section was also taken over fiscal year commencing' October 1st 1935. and ending September 30th WE CARRY .A COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE AND
l and finished by the government en- 1936.
'!: gineers. The Welatka is at'' present DONE AND ORDERED by the Board of County Commissioners of PAINTS AND AN ASSORTMENT OF PIPE FITTINGS. :
f,. '. working on this section and will fin- Hendry County, Florida in special session this the 12th day of August
.. ish about the first of September. A. D. 1935. *. :k '
" : This work consists of bringing the (SEAL) DAVID ALSTON -: Watch This Space For Further Details Next "- .eek.- ii ,
Chairman. ..
present .levee up to grade., Other Attest: William. Hull I ; .
sections on the south side have Olerk. I "' + -, "" Clt.'f'IF: '
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been built with greater rapidity as August 16-23-30, 1935. ',:!I .= 1 "".J.-.I'- ._' ___.,.._..!JI'r"0. :.J'n.P'i

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