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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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I I ArOLUME: 9, NUMBER: 32 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1935 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR .::1:1I

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i : UNIT SYSTEM OF:BENDER EXPLAINS Clewiston \Garden'; i Government To Take ,

Announces Opening

J : ';, ,TEACHERS. SALARIES SET-UP OF FIRE Over Maintenance of uJ 1
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ADOPTED BY BOARD DISTRICT TO CLUBGuy ,of the opening this week of the ,
t Clewiston Garden, a cafe which is Levees and Canals ,:
being run in connection with the
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1 At a special meeting of the Hend- J. Bender, of Belle Glade, re- Clewiston Beer Parlor by Pete I Ic
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ry County School Board Wednesday cently appointed by Governor Sholtz Chagaris and John Elmore. ) ,

I' night, the plan of M. E. VonMach ,as fire chief for the Everglades Fire The new cafe' is located in the Alston To Open Passage of Bill Gives )
i of the Clewiston district, for a unit Control District, created by act of room formerly occupied by Phillip's I V
I system of determining salaries of the recent session _of the Legislature, Store. Since the moving of that storeto Store In LaBelleD. Relief From Taxes ,'":
Ii teachers in county schools, was approved was the guest speaker at the regular LaBelle early last month, work- 1
I and contracts mailed to the ,meeting of the- Kiwanis Club at the men have been busy renovating the To Eleven Counties ::
\ I teachers to be signed. The plan will I Watanabe Wednesday night, and in room and redecorating it. At the G. Alston this week announcedthat
provide for salary increases for onlya a short forceful' talk described the same time the Beer Parlor next door another store would be addedto

h i few of the teachers, the remainder set-up and the proposed plan under was also redecorated, this work be- his chain of drug stores with the An article which appeared.in the "
drawing approximately the same which the district will operate.In ing completed the first of this week. opening- of a new one in LaBelle I Miami Herald on Monday of thia .::

/; salary as last year. discussing the act of legislation The managers of the new cafe the'first of September. week and which has been authentl
i The plan was introduced by Mr. which made the fire control promise excellent food at moderate t. The new store will be located' in I
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cated by paper brought great
VonMach at the last 'regular board district possible Mr. Bender gave a prices with popular prices prevail- the ,store room now occupied by Tay ,
great amount of credit to Represent- cocktails lor's store which will move to a new I joy to the residents of the Lake
i meeting but was tabled for further ing on all highballs, wines
consideration by the other board atives E. L. Stewart of'Hendry coun- and beer. Mr. Chagaris has an ex- location this week. Mr. Alston section and of the entire Okeeehobee

i ,: members. It was introduced as a ty and R. Boe, of Glades, for the cellent reputation as a chef and ex- states that he will have a modern, Flood Control District when it an

I' ? method of making teachers salaries splendid work they had done in pects to supervise the greater partof jp-io-date store, with clean, new nounced that the rivers and harborsbill
/, commensurate with their experience, sponsoring the bill and engineeringits the cooking.A stock and will be equipped to give had been passed by Congress
I the best of service.
j r.4& \ certificate-and education and prevent passage. He stated that in a ses- large amount of floor space is
... This now makes five drug stores appropriating between eight and
1 l any possibility of favoritism be- sion where any bill carrying a, clause left open in the room so' that any
in the Alston chain, the other four thirteen million dollars for further
in teachers. The calling for a state appropriationwas
ing shown choosing who like may dance to the music, of
working plan is as follows: almost automatically killed, an automatic phonograph. The interior being located at Clewiston, Moore work on the Okeechobee project and
i ? that these two representatives, aidedin Haven, Pahokee and Belle Glade.SchwartzRogero the entire
i A third grade certificate gives of the cafe is very attractiveand taking over project as a
one unit, a second grade, 2 units; the Senate by Senator Gomez, had those who sampled the food in federal job. In taking over the pro-
first- grade, '3 ; primary, 4; L. I. degree put this bill through carrying a the short time since the opening ject in its entirety the state is freed
I 5; B. A. degree, 6 and M. A. ;$50,000 .appropriation; over two state that it is delicious. A specialtywill of the costs, not only for maintenance -

degree, 7. A high ,school graduate years. be made of Sunday luncheonsand The many friends here of Miss;' of the levees and channels following -
would receive five units, with two The fire chief stated that he ful- dinners. Wilma Rogero will be interested to the completion of the work
years In teacher's. college, 7 units ly realized that it was not a one-man learn of her marriage on Saturday, but of further taxation to match federal
9 units. job he was attempting and that it funds for the construction.
and with. four college years, August 17, to Dr., Maurice Schwartzof !
Each. year a teacher serves in the would be necessary for everyone to I Baton Rouge, La. The ceremonywas Under the origijnal MCWILLIAMS
',county counts a unit but for all pre- cooperate to make fire control in WILL _performed at the St. Louis Ca- called for an expenditure of approximately

vious experience outside the coun- the Everglades a success. The area I thedral in' New Orleans ,at nine o'- nine million dollars, the
allowed. of the district, which includes eleven state was to put two-ninths of
ty only one unit is MOVE DREDGE TOCANALNEXTWEEK clock in the morning. Miss Faustina up
Units are then totailec, multipliedby South Florida counties is approx-' Rogero, a sister of the bride, actedas the cost, about two millions. At
five and added to a base rate of imately 12,000 square miles or bridesmaid. that time the Okeechobee Flood
thirty dollars to determine the salary about 3,330,000 acres of which Control District was organized anda
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,I I The bride is the daughter of Mr.
': of the teacher. For example: A :about two million acres is muck. one-mill assessment placed against
and Mrs. Elmo J. Rogero, of Clew-
:'I teacher notifies the board that she Under the set-up, said Mr. Bender, property owners in eleven south
of st.Joseph's .
iston She is a graduate
I' has an L. I. degree, graduate state I II a warden will be appointed for eachof The first work to be done on the Florida counties to raise money. In
Academy of St. Augustine,
I certificate (two years) and two the counties by the Governor ata upper end of the CaloosahatcheeRiver ; addition there was a twentyfivecent
of Fine and
and Parson's'Scho Applied -
I years experience. Her units add up salary of $100 per month, and ev- by the McWilliams Dredging assessment against every acre
New York. She has
Arts in
on this to 14. This multiplied by ery attempt will! be made to keepas Company, recently awarded the con- in the immediate lake section. Operating
made her home in New Orleans for
' I five giving seventy which added to much politics out of these appointments tract for deepening and wideningthe costs were high and taxes
thirty gives her a monthly salaryof as possible. He stated canal from Moore Haven to the past two years. were not paid as rapidly as had
I one hundred dollars a month. A that he expected Governor Sholtz to Lock No. 3 in the river, will be Mr. Schwartz is a graduate of been hoped so that during the last

possible low of $60.00 may be paid, announce the appointments as soon started next week, about Thursday, New York University and is now year, only about a half million dol-
I I under the plan but it' 'understood as, he returned from his vacation so when the dipper dredge will be connected with the firm of Stone lars had been raised to turn over

,: that none of the county schools will that the organization could begin' moved Into the end of the canal 'to and ,Webster. __ to_ ,the Army Engineers. In the
pay a salary this low. functioning as soon as possible.He begin removing obstructions which After a wedding trip to. Mexico meantime the cost of: the projecthad
: 'l Contracts which are sent out were described how the organization might prevent the passage of the the couple will be at home in Baton advanced to $17,000,000 with

'1L: only for four months and if, at the t would operate when fires were heavy barges on which the big drag- Rouge. every indication that it will cost
,;, end of this time, teacher's salaries reported and how it was plannedto lines will be moved in, this paper I more than $25,000,000 before it is
should be in arrears school will be purchase an autogyro for patroll- was informed this week by E. W. LOCAL TEAM; TO PLAY finally completed. ,All this match-
closed down.It ing the district daily during the sea- Digges assistant engineer, in chargeof FORT MYERS LABOR DAY Ing fund which would have taxed
was planned to open the Har- son: when fires are prevalent. He construction of the entire flood the residents of the district for

lem negro school on Monday, Oc- : stated that under, the law any man I control project.Mr. The Clewiston-Engineers will many years to come was automatic
tober 7, for an eight-months term !j could be drafted for fire fighting Digges stated further that it meet the Fort Myers Caloosas in a ally wiped out by the passage of the
Negro teacher's salaries have not I (Continued on Page 8) was the plan of the MacWilliams baseball game at: Fort Myers Labor bill by Congress and it is presumedthat
undergone any change and will remain I Company to move their first drag- Day ,which is being advertised as the Flood Control Board will
I. $50.00 for principal and I WoodwardMerrittThe line in before the fifth ,of Septemberand the feature attraction for the cele- be immediately abolished- as their
$40.00 for teacher as heretofore. begin work at Lock No. 2 at bration there on that day. work is done.

J. Mulkey was appointed janitor I Citrus Center and work south to- The program will include a free No Fund( Fod: Lak port, Dike

F- of the Clewiston school, his all- many friends of K. C. Woodward ward the end of the project. Between barbecue at noon, speaking by Con- In reading the article, which set
i (Continued on Page 8) of Clewiston were surprisedto : the tqnljh and thirtieth of gressman J. Hardin Peterson, a big out that part of the new appropriation .
I! : hear of his recent marriage to I September three more machines will parade in the fore-noon and a dance would be used to build leveeon
Final Date For ; Miss Sarah Gayle Merritt, daughterof be brought in, one of which will and floor show at night. Union la- the north side of the lake led
I I II Mr. and Mrs. R. L., Merritt, of start at the north side of the Lake bor delegations from towns in many citizens to believe that the
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I 'i Crop Loans Sept. 30 Sparta, Ga. The wedding took placeon Hicpochee and work south, anotherat Southwest Florida will march in the levee would be built from Fisheat*
Lock No. 2 and work north and
i August 9, at the home of thebiide's parade. ing Creek to the Kissimmee Riverto
-- I II parents.Mr. the third starting at the new lock The local baseball team has a protect the Lakeport section
Florida growers will have until '1I'I Woodward is the son of Mr. site at Ortona and work to the end game scheduled with Avon Park for Hon.: J. Hardin Peterson, Con
I September 30th to apply for emergency of the project at Lock No. 3. About from this district has been
Woodward Hazel-
and :Mrs. V. B. of next Sunday, the game to be, playedin gressman
crop loans for the purpose of hurst, Ga. He has, been employedby the first of November one of the the Ridge town working faithfully as have the other
fall seeding to commercial truck I the United States Sugar Corpor- largest machines will be brought' to I Florida congressmen to have: this

crops, according to a statement to I ation for the past, two and a half Moore Haven to work on the north PUBLIC NOTICE section of levee built and it was natural -

Ciday from the Farm: Credit Admin-I years and was on his vacation when section to Lake Hicpochee.The Obstructions .to Navigation that it should be presumedthat
4 _' istration. Previously an the marriage took place.: dipper dredge which will be this was included in the north
j' had been set.Maturity The. young couple returned to brought in next week will be used Whereas an obstruction to navi- side new construction. However a
,I dates of the notes on Clewiston this week and have takena after reaching Lake Hicpochee, to gation in the form of two sunken wire to Congressman Peterson Tues-
I these emergency loans will be April house on Ventura Avenue. throw up a dam across the canal barges exists in the approach chan- day elicited the information that no
1, 1936. The largest amount' of where it runs into the Lake' to nel between Lake Okeechobee and action had been taken on this mat,
1935 emergency crop loans to anylone Spadaro Dredge Is raise the water sufficiently in the the highway bridge at Moore Haven, ter as yet but that the project was
grower remains unchanged at canal to give enough water to float which seriously interferes with and broad enough to include that por-

$500. Aground In LakeWord ,the company barges loaded with the especially endangers navigation, tion of the levee if army engineers
Applications will be accepted machines. notice is hereby given pursuant to gave their consent to its being built.
through the usual channels of the Tearing out of the three present authority delegated by the Secretaryof The telegram from Congressman
emergency crop and feed loan com- was received here Tuesdaythat locks will be done by the Government War under Section 20 of the Peterson in reply to that sent by the
mittee in the applicant's county. the Spadaro dredge "Kennedy"had I and will probably not be" done Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899, to Glades County Board of County

run aground on shoals near the I until the project is completed. the Owner or Owners of said barges Commissioners reads as follows:
i Playground EquipmentIs I fired' navigation light close to the en- I These are three in number, No. 1 to remove the same within three "Board of County Commissioners
trance to the auxiliary floodway located at Moore Haven, No. 2 at days from the date hereof; should Glades County:
Ready For Use channel and help was sent Wednesday Citrus Center and No. 3 about five said Owner or Owners fail to remove Retel purpose of item .in New
from the U. S. Engineer sub- miles north of LaBelle at the north said barges within three days as' Rivers and Harbors Bill was to re-
-- office in Clewiston, to help them get side of Lake Flirt. aforesaid immediate possession will iuce amount necessary for local interests -
Children who have been impatientat off and to guide the dredge throughthe be taken of said obstruction so far to contribute. Authority for
not being allowed to use the play- channel to Moore Haven where U. S. Engineers HereOn as to remove or destroy it and to Okeechobe et-Calo1 xJahatchcQ: projecti
ground equipment at the school I it is being brought for repairs Milton I clear Immediately said channel, in broad...enough to cover levee if wean
house while it was being repairedmay Thompson,. of the U. S. Engineer i Tour of InspectionCol. which case the expense of removingsaid : j yet it recommended by chief of
now use the equipment all they force in Clewiston was sent to aid obstruction shall be a charge engineers. Review of previous reports -
5- ; wish, according to local school authorities the boat in getting through the against said craft and cargo, if any; had been ordered by appro-
; repair work now being channel. Mr. Thompson is said to Earl I. Brown, of Richmond, and if the Owners thereof fail or priate committees and engineers
complete and ,all the equipment in be familiar with every point in that Virginia, Division Engineer for the refuse to reimburse the United were to have had report on the dike
first class shape section of the lake. Richmond Division of the :U. S. States for such expense within 30 from: Fisheating Creek to Kissim-
11rs.V.. C. Prewitt, assistant prin- The Kennedy is one of the hydraulic Corps of Engineers, Lt. P. A. days of notification then said craft mee River by June 1st but report
cipal of the local school this week dredges which has been in Feringa, of Jacksonville, Acting and cargo if any, or any part thereof delayed[ and we have been tracing.
made a trip to LaBelle and brought use on the Spadaro contract at Pa- District Engineer, J. R. Peyton and that may not have been destroyed, I Senator Fletcher and my office
back all the state-furnished books hokee.: The hydraulic dredges were Carawan Nelson, engineers from the shall be sold and the proceeds of handling vigorously and have had
I for both elementary and high school used to throw up approximately Jacksonville office and C. H. Ger- such sale covered into the Treasuryof matter up several times with engIneers -
\ and has them ready tor distribution.The half of tho levee on the two mile aux, of Washington, D. C., were in : the United States. last week trying expedite.
school bus, which was stored in contract and the remainder will be Clewiston Thursday while on an inspection :1 (Signed) R. SELEE, Funds on project are coming from
LaBelle during the summer has also. built with long-boom draglines. The trip of the Okeechobee I 1st. Lt. Corps of Engineers. Public Works and not from regular'
been returned to. Clewiston prepara hydraulic section was Completed project. They left this morning for Clewiston, Florida. Rivers and Harbors Appropriation
tory to the opening of school last week Miami. August 19, 1935. \ \ (Continued on Page 8)
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defnde1Vtil! to see that;. Ysu'ch.. ndlgnjUies"' Of. '
,Anarch hundreds of. Jthuslasm, the President's new sh qt published.t "Goebbels Insists ori War ;:jrib're'tfijih I nalfwere
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com ,!Ih tbatw.ould onjylmean. : .a,,mpro.., ,fSen.! ,,Barbourn; to' eo mittee. _'but,: emies'-. of. the Nazi (ranged .fifth.. \with. ,GOO fata1it1es'endocarditis ." .! i! ," ,
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imports'' Increased ''bltfel'neS8In :not{ quite what the ?r s.1dept-,, I relief funds by'Prsident'' the..Stalheim .war-..,yet. .,. .3,131 deaths' ",, and' tuberculosis.. .. was' seventh 'l'

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with,,qfficia.l pcstereigh1f,, ; eet H high;, !taxes/on individual[ Incomes, .over. $ : | .( rThe.census, : ,, bureau-! asked, ,'. ,, .these,. important. de- Old'ageyou see; is operating',within ',' {

pri-n d : sca1f. ied;. through 'the ood : j this after it had 1 been 'yelopments- "- -- this forty-five.to sixty-five, ,
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Center:, fjattiolic) party' .working hand; 'bq tne byf JesBTtbsiaW: rglf tsT"tr ahuary, 2. According, tq .tlic. of'"the third reich.. ,. .., . . The I kidneys can' be thought' of as -

In hand withtBqlshevism"Jand: declarethat new: taxes of 5 to 20 per cent on jinnouncement, HI, vvjil; ]] "'coy.err'alf; : : } : .; .Nationwide! dissolution. .. of.th. .two organs.'each" about the :size1"of a -

'Cat1iol'i'csr-'sthe'efeVnal': i : ? ces's"-rprofits, of.-cqrpqratvqns. ,,, ,. .actiy/tles with the""excep'tibn :Stahlhelm. doubled-up fist; that "are !'shaped like -'. '
: '
"'dest'rby"'th '\\fnity" ft re and 'manufacturing lii- 3.; An official ban In near future onmarriages' a kidney'bean.' In ''fact, It'is' because
ef thpjrVichTwisfr: to ,dsindted.at(designed. to..-,raise .revenue; r '
of Germany?": [Th'e'posfers1' -'are "believed 'between $250,00.6,000 and will furnish Information : between1 Jews an'd'Ar i tis: bf thIs resemblance"''that' the vegetable! t -

torindicate"new 'a'n'd more'bTtt'er' *ia -$270,000,000," Its tyarmes(1; f! : nce to the federal govern- Goebbels': '1inke'd'"cfosely' 't 'relgn lildiney' bear gets its na"me. These i organs .. .

tt3tld'"o'Il Cntliolld'o-rg: l zations. t- :>", : couldn'iexplalni'hbw.; ; .W9ulmu'ch ( b9S.i .'. and /Jo l .o"r"1: r.p press arid''the'' 'Jews'1': '"'' 'h" tre' 'sp cialized glands.for 'thenex.. -

) .. .. .: ,-- '" .- .. .. -J !I" : ...,' r....: I |IIn.r't\1.: \ way( ,cbringing'! J mllfbe feljhn; ll.:: ;: :'\Ve have' suffered"the arrogance: oftheJews"'with' cretion of waterand dissolved 'substances -,

Many AmeHcans: ''wi'li'. learn1with1' whatthetJPreidfntp'calis .:"Wider aimvbf'the census;. the'official : the 'p tIeiie 'of' a sheep from the body., "It is: just as ,. ., ,

I I rthe'ileathDfaranlrH.Hitch'cock.'p'qstmaster"generallin .-' "-tribuUppqwth"jrifl: ''the a : .. .-tq secure..baslc ,lnfqrmatiqi. during the 'lI l sttwoyears"he 'said."That .-- important ; the kidney, to excrete,
regiietft : ,
sincere JPres- baiariciing'tb:e :tld. e..t. ,J. ..,..",!"' \tr th( pGmb.ei'' ; 'pt operating: : the "foreign1' press take: up' the : .. water as it is .for'it to excrete the, dis-; .

ldeift'sMTkft's1'cabinetand! .''at the-time' ..: the measure was handedf n { "pay" rolls, 'receipts'' defense "of" tlie"Jews proves' merely solved .salts urea and other.substances .
? p
of h1Sfd: atl 'pubUsher:1of the-'Tucison--' Senate;with dubious prospects.1" ,It ?, -business, data' fpr> all,' *busi-. Judjah's ,internationalism" 'I' : which. are-poisonous to tha, bqdy .when: 'j, ..

Daily 'Citizen.---' ".' .*!.-?'',. U.IFr' ,, exbe'Jed"< 'the'!senate1'finance'commf : J: p.r,se|.'': ;; v"; I': f-, ;:' ; ;, ;;: | .' I allowed, to) [concentrate in the,' bjood} ,::i, ,

{">HIt'cHc6ck:, tica'; 'l tellIgentr'Am ..wqul"4"study it' for'about n '-we k,-'- ; i, the" census"will" give Deat-i.,'.fFrederxqk, Gillette, ".' .' stream. .(Ihe: kidney' represents., tthe ,

mwnr' b'erremembered in j the nle'anwtiile rthe"'con ervatlv employment.to.a .large.num. ,damr.thatallows. ) the constant} ..flowtof, ,
rIca -
'as- '-ii%-
. publiidnyand not-a 1 "- !; canvassers' : Former, Spe kerotheHouse, ; ,, the end produces: .of metabolism. from .
'id ,
first' a prediate- th- 'airplane's 1/lm-r: ;
portan "C"oniHCUOn' with'distributioni5f +! ,were''preparing ': t6" fight1' it.- ;: o'rd"G "T ;g\\eJ1: h qd1'o there,. ,'TREDBRICKi" GILLBTTr.who.rep- the: body. : , .. .- ,. [ r _" : ( .
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roam! '''Twent -fotJl;'years; agoy ,WV.\ .! ll 1iour'of! New Jersey, ; ; ii{ 'ad.mVnlstratlqn r .i t. { asked: for resented-Massachusetts" .In ;the, house .The -secreting units of the kidneyare ,. ,

when'-flying"was* oie'wr heflewj;.taking; Hcan-;: firedla'"ri! opehIng 'gun .' /_alloVment to develop1, unprb-J for1 -many years, ,,forsix years.. vas specialized< :small]. ,twits" of t capillaries.

Statement in which he : said ;; :-" |; land" withdrawn' !ff onr": ultiva- speaker, and.-.thereafter.: served as Unit-;.- that .sre.1Ike..a small ball. of'arJ1jap. I'
, a pbucli ot m U'lwlth" binl.: !'a1d6.qO! : : T 1 '- : : ;
'States
cated Immediate-; : use? tof; planes-' over ridvotes.alone:; ,, are the bJe Uye wanted $10,381,310'. for' eight ed senatordiedIn Springfield, are located in the outer potionothe5 y
r.- } ;
:: mpassablestret! hes of countryT'-". .ths-.haif-bakedmeasure.: ; :.. ,"!" .. : iH p'eyen"states'l' ] and estimated' Mass.} at the age,of. elghti-thre.e. Able, organ. .There are several imMHpn\ L

.... .. .. beclaringthe, .bill dev'elobthenj( :' 'as 'hunting dignified, and unfajlingly .courteous:) Mr.Glllett .. these.ismalltsecretory; units.whose ''
'i !-t---+---I Jr .r :,...r 0 r.; ; t'.asno.: r l : JOb:>> .. ., ,
Athom svmY-N, RevCampbel) tp| making Income meet 'outgq.:, and': camping' pr serves would was Jijgbiyesteemed.by hIs..fel-' It. Is, to secrete; urine.: every, minute, : of. y. ,. I.
Intended.to to .accomplish, .some G,731 "'jbb&'lating- 'from 15 to low .congressmen, ,whatever. ,their party the" .timeday and night. Nature. is' '
Holmes'' 'tf!Holy? Roller" ,;aKIow4d'a ;
preacher tithied \ :' These 'proj; cts--: are"in UU..: affiliation.. In his, home town he : was .. prodigal with the number these ise-
:socialobjective"Iarb'6ur: '
rattlesnake i to bitei-himras!! ,.! t ; co : .as' little :.q, ,
known a politician who said "
!"What'th'is 'Minnesota, Mississippi for
6'iii'acuafly t there many 'more
cretlng.janlts : a.re
preached: ,? '"just'to: > sltow.YQu.,that'God ; I ( : .
did'much'
.and '
't'o! ,' than needed foj'daily .
climb i
that hard-ridden are. nsel. She '
upon
win -care\ofl'1net!: '' .':(here was >excitemettt' -,. :
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; ''.4Share-the-WeaIth." "- ; ; : ,.. i,1 j Frank: It'Hitcl1c ck, publisher of the has 'provided' supply '
'and ride him a in
rgdmlration.: n:in,ttje,cqngregation. -.. :wpHe the demagogues; !lw'h6r I t : :.; .. -, .." ..Dally' 'tiz'en''of::1 Tucson, ArIz;, 'ucumbed' each kidney, -sb .that, jeserve in'' case, qf'emer, r. -

.! : Next day .his.armi.was. rba.dly! es'ed1 him 'sMefy ihftfie bast"are" : Delays Settlement. to pneumonia after several'months' gency. < these] can"cbme'to Hie 'resc e: ; ''

swollen, he.ijvas violently ",S111eaththretened : that,7'I '. of i ill health Prominent 'iiiflep -" 'I .
,J) .. but. -the,-. VPoly -, ;\olei'*, i'ng in the other direction. I | Quarrel' party"polItlcs""air his ma .No v. during chlldhqqd, or.:,a.dqlescence,

preacher: refused rmedical-atteptiqn.; :;"j"Th'e! bUr 'sho Id' be' laM 'ai y : I ANTHONY EDENV Britisli' tur life; 'Mr: Hitchcock' managed ,a person_ may4have had. an' !Infections: I

The -reverend .:gent1 ,II:1;: n...perh.aps:\ forl: :tl\e'1\ nSxt "s"essi6n of'congress''When ster'fo'r L- agu(" '('t' Nations af- Taft's Presidential campaign1' in -190S .disease, ,.c mq1.oqJo; young ,people, such 1

gotihitr! ns ''r,,gatr..I? er,. .a\\ .' budgeV) for the ensuing -year'Will : xcee'dlngly busy' hi Geneva'. 'both beforeand after convention as mesles7 ,diphther.ia,: or scarlet'feverlAlthough :, ,

gave.him Jiis! utfu, faiPU1 ,gave; .'eeneedThn, in-the' light ,0f! to 'find a' 'way5 to 'av rt. war* 'and was postmaster general In the ,apparently' recovered there ..
the rattlesnake Its powerful j poison. fqlly1 'appr priat d' federal ,- 'between- .''Italy"and may.have\been some damage to lor';
Taft cabipet. .For? yearsher. was ao ,.
,, .
can determine h'ow-much revenue ., t both of the kidneys 'wns'nor
Each creature has Its gifts.. nbt"safely'' t Ethiopia: 'He-'w-as1 ''tively' interested'in"'the' 'progress of which .
f' Ignor1'. 4 7 f. btneeded. to.operate. ; .. ,"J' 1 aided and abetted by- sufficient,, however, to1 cause"acute kidney
.. .. ... uTaxes 'aviation. '
".r' ., | ( an ))3 .leyied ,delibe"rately, Premier Laval i of ... -, disease. :a (the reserve_ secreting
; a|I.true ..revenue, ..measure.: Any' ". able -
On tne edge bf'the'S'acrame'nto'river5' ; ? .. France Kand together- units were t'qjcarry: qn the Do'rmat'

.In p'aUf orhiaV a lady).-thirty'' years old,;' .program Is ,pot good, business. they evolved. plan Secretary Swanson Tells function of the kidneys. And'for the

appeared'with?''a1 suitcase- :: While eight n t..gopdigqveznrnent': : --.7. I for procedure. by' the .Pl ris .for1'.New Naval. Bases next 20 or 30 years the individual was

youths lobked"dhj'stie; 'u'ndreszd .then' '.. '"'" r J: / league.- council, which, JAPAN '.will 'probably have another, : 'left happily] In Jlg! rance :th t ?the kidneys -;;. .- ;

danf d"fbr.. sotae"1 time''on-the'edge of O'Mahbney rHas :a Scheme to -' .appeared' -.promising, cause 'for. complaint against the had been damaged, for there were

the?''wafer; finally'plunge'd In, crying, 'Revive Objectives of NRA until ,It was communicated .Unl1 :i 'States. Seei'afary''of the Navy no extra dema'dds.placed: upon, them,

"'Irii" 'otcothlngback," -aHd sankin' "WTOTto: :! \ : to,premier, ;MusThen !tgwans'ori' has- ""announced i that i: strongly and they"seemed to be functioning as
: be""dsma'yed :
midsti am.tThat'death-p1"e dance. :, by 'iIhL jBarqn fortified naval bases they should.
:
bf' '
IjN' 'NRA SenatorJ'C.. '
is newUn'suicide-; ; ".; 'I> .. .- ," J ''Aioisi, Italian, peie-; will T>e 'established In Th n" when'' this( individual'! cheii :
... ,' ,I. . hpbe 1ir AVyoming thinks .thd'" I'IY : .
: ( ... ; ; |! gate; ,Announced the the 'Pa itk ocean upon an age"past.t'orty; and-the'aging'p'roc-1'- '

One'' out 'b every'three' married1 couples "'tves's andards of that and fair contraption,' high : ?", .. ..Edeh-Layal.: 'formula.! the expiration of esses' of"the body'begin' to- take place ,

In" the :ftJnited'States. !:'childless< realized, and!for'lhat competition, he c : ,ti l! :unacceptable.} ". However( the 'naval" limitation: in ,him he suddenly] finds himself' with <

., new's"no't1 complimentary to1' the''chI1d. "drawn 'purpose: not a andoned for there was', treaties1 January 1, n bankrupt excreting system for'' his -

less*fa tollies". '''Exceptions' are' cases in, ,' blr all]] national upja'measurefor.the; thllI modifications i could' be '1937. He said he -considered kidneys have no further,reserve secret- -
commerce by ; I
which 'batur 'rrefus t would satisfy' "d&i 1ands' the creation of ,ing units to'drawupon.Such' ; individual }
-to ;send children 'business.I! I ..> : ... .. ,.c, an" ,
-
"f :t: t [ .b'S''i: naval stepping stones'in then has chronic nephritis.i.And ; -
You steel'
wbiild'npt'value"'a'-chaln'of : | Th '/senator, who- Is a lawyer,: : ; n ,
league'council'finally'in. a brief the Pacific an finds is very difficult to rest'the'
eVery''third"'link bi ken
; orchain'of : a. 'fjallyv'avoided ',the phrase -'\ I j ,
i hereditywith1) every third link- 'commerce.He .to. : seion, set'aside, Ethiopia's de' inevitable result of the kidneys, since they. must secrete, day.

missing: "' ., ': .- .... ., ;<: proposed, ;!' idtmed ate ctio'iiid agreed' treaties' expiration. He and nightrf -every minute. prevent, acrumulations. ;
states"-
t":
!" .: .. =- .... .. .., r, ., commerce :among the ;- in : I : ef k: '" general \examination. ? revealed .that the navy < of. .waste products ,in, ,the \
language;i the, .leading. > decisions .Sec'y swanson : '
: whole 'matter"a"month'' hence. Yong "has'given'conlfflieratlon i blood stream.. This, .indIviduaL must- ,.
iladame"EveTyh'; who're'ads stars : the-.Supreme.court.\ .. .. .
; ,, '
the'' >' ; r. ; .r c d "for" 'resu Dplon'[ 'of: arbl- I tOjPacIfic t fortification.problems: place hImself'at once under the care.of'a .;
future, 'crystdl"globe and the : '
liiies"ih'your"h'and"'on' the New ''' S" ---:- : of the clash at Ualual,' sUpu-' ;apd 'that 'Infp tusT'Had'"been""given' to : physician. , ., .,
: Jersey Japanese Emperor"Insulted"?: the study since Japan's abrogation of
the' ';arbitrators should not- Vaccinatlons.againstdiphtheriascar- ( ,
be'acb, ed rthel Alines" for
a 200-pound
cu'stbiner, then sighed and-"said t..:*'If,; !;By an American Caricature ,. to pass on .ther.ownership .of .the .naval. . treaties, let fever, :and measles, ,were.not, available ;,,, ,

see only tr 'uble ahead- of.YOu.'-' ,'J. ?'. tAPAIpiSE' consider' 'their1 ebip' -on .which :the -clash oc. The necessity> for adequate,'bases, In fortyyearsagoand, so.heart: and, ,.

,t v sacred, Ipersoriage' and -:which' Is the! root .or the; mat- 'the" PacificVlS. .. ... 'demqns.tr.atedI. t ( .forcibly. ,. kidney disease patients In the over-
Th'e client' algb''slghedi;; add 'hesay ', : ere was" deep'resentment'ln consequ the lsl: : ,last May;; during! It he annual,l. fleet. .maneuvers -, forty age group can, hardly blame any>- .
Madame Evelyn, stood up1 and said' : *
: Hawaii and' the Aleutian"islands' 'if'.th aal lgei to their
.. thpt' whenVahify"'Fair :>'ari''A ; .i arbitrators ; must finish their qft; one heartor
: '
'Yotl are an-iexcellent! fortune.; teller, 'can''magiazlne'f: : it before.-September.; : According" : 'to report's i ;. the'nav kidneys, "occurred from. an !Infection due ,
'ptl : :
and'here's-' the'beginning.!' th.tro high\ command iii l report of the' to one bf their childhood] :diseasesC; .- J
"hl caricafure' : :;; ; two -disputants are :to. report; -
ble and-socked'-meson.tt j.awlcnocii.]
lessons learned' in the'exerciS 's strongly '
; Science has
council not yet been able to
to the vaccinate -
hIto.
by-Septem-
tag.'me tqut'of-! ,my.-, haIr.J .':,. .. That"'issue recbmmerided'' ah :Aleutian' Islands' against the kidney or heartwdaiing'autI
,. the' .
magazine I' ' '- .
: i" ; I ''i ; I. 'banhed '.In' : d : ;' ..base.: .. 7' The chances"are'tt'never1
'Japan .
Americansjlnterested, in. Cotton, pro T -''7"t: -. ; '-i.' ;'- i : ---" : will.IThe'' way to' keep:these' 'organs .

duction.tand r rsonderpgtioy: ; lpng pur cause th''picture Parliament Gives .. tEii' ted That Insures' 'functioning without impairment reserve .
-
:'iifl '' 1 .
'consldered ,
export,. gnreswi.H\ stand up will, want'to -< .-. ; I r:'' '* '' power is to keep,infectious, germ. .
forTMa
.know: that,Japanese, cottono buyershaver''fplded ? tothe. Japanese New 'Gbvefnmeht Promotion. y', OfficersCONGRESS diseases, out of, t.h ,.bo.dy. Then ,scar, ,

: :: up,'.' :as..,qne, Texas. cotton perial house-and; ; freedom. for the 350,000- /- ,has passed.and,! thePres-... :, tissue. will not be formed.. as..tho' result- ,

gro t.J? tg ;'s:};1ftvg.i: 9v.edjoat'(1of Texas ', circulated' In ,; of.Jndia, under a V'lldent. has signed! ,a, bill ,whlch assures : i. of a' seCondary infection, |6f ihfla'mma'tion' -' \ .
: might ,disturb! .of .goy. p( is, provide .prqmptiqn Ip.'the. near future for on either of' these organs" Scar'
*,japparen ly r giving'"ujp.al: ; ; i ea oi prw ; ; : 'tissue'bn': : 'kidney'imp/edes/ 'the' func .;
:
"" peace. More India bill! finally. ...enacted'by abbut' officers. acceier.-
6,000 .-
buyzg : ? army
;
qtF.9nJ1er ;. ; ; ; of that -
; ,, ? .. tioning power kidney just? as "
: JthatrAnjnassador; par.liament.and; :approved! by ates,.the advancementof,of commissioned I
the-Joss
; _AI1b a or much ras' of-one of our..hands
>..The''late'Nathan' Siraus! ufeed to"s a"y"Jfa :'.. Jost ,Saito' fe, '" g. Thj .measure, wags the. bulk .officers below- th'egnirle: of colonel l and' would impede: the working .ability o f., .
.
: .5a'rto ., ,hIs.YI.l.atJ.. . ;[ feerman. loses'"one'of 1his'lrelatIveiIhie : ; ; P. .. .our.arm. ... : ,
\ feels badlyl "lf'lie'ltbses"'moiieyrlj; ; t I England Jand> hurrjedrtq' 'Xas lril? : { R'aratibn 'took, eig 1 :years, ', 'he' act .Increases the'number! 'of But, thq person !t.ii ,' Impaired, :
'
goes'/to'bed sick5' : ,., '*" preparea repprt.on"thejaffaTr( .and li\V sets' (.iip an ''li-indla''feder\ 'cOJ9 nels by" 158, 'tb \ ?niber of'lleutenj j j[ ,heart ,or kidney''wnr'ad'd years'to his"

"If' 'I: ; "i'j > ; ''"T.-r.--" ,., ;celve Instructions from .Tpkyp.; ,Irr: linked 'wftii eleven ant. colonels'by"' 304; '!and the numberof .life, If he will 'learn I h"b'w'tb 'live'with'this !'
"q ernan tradend ,1nustry' wm "
: rt gotob : ;was uncertalntyas,3towncther. he. Indian states wItti.'their! ''own majors ''by '890. More: than "1,000 impaired heart "of' kidney. .'Heroust "

,. -.
Wi g f"'Ytld .those' .'f.rh t: prOnioeo'ij1 |up th'e'mattef"dir'e'c'tly' the' &teas decide :to cdm'e ln;: if -Immediately'] to the rank of -first: lieu' his "activities.: If'he does that'sensibly'," {
.
buslness?anti"Jewd p.ros t! f? ev'e'rytry [zIne's editors. 'n-' ; /: T 'r'I s'BUria'ithd ssa m'fh>m. India .. tenant'and 1,769 first'lieutenants will 'he will often b'e able 'td live many '

whereKtnc Features are' Syndicate td&'fa1Iy., lae. j One State department st k I them also a large mp.as-ure'ot' ,become captains. In all 4,913 -officer years without intfallrtishrlrr! bed;,'ex ept'

WNU Service said Japanese officials realized .:; will receive Immediate pr )motion. for short complete-rest periods.

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.. THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST_ 23, 1935




ORDINARILY this space Is not da ------- 'IMPROVED: --- Forgiveness for people of qualIty-the human, not

letters but UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL the social kind-those are things to

have a feeling that there may be many Early Love 'Slip' make life rich indeed. With such

other young fellows In the same fix as I people, you may say, infidelity does-

the one who sought advice three days SUNDAY not happen. And yet, It has been
'. '.
:-:. : ...... [Lesson
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.\. :: :" ago. SoDear -: known to. And in such a case for
... : Understandable in Writer's
I *' ., giveness while
: a bitter enough
r > Ted-If I were you I would not By REV. P. B. PITZWATER. D. D.. cup
\ (" .:" 'i worry too much about what the boys Member Institute of Faculty of Chicago., Moody Bible View, butNot Easy -and while the drink can never be

Si> say at school. Neither would I strain Western Newspaper Union. to the same as when it was taken at
: : Forget.
/ the spring of untainted
: belief-is
:"1 too much this summer. Perhaps the ,

l. coach is right in saying that you are nevertheless, understandable."
" t
1 Lesson for 25 "When I was away visiting my Bell S'ndlcate.-WNU Service.
; August
; 'V< too small for football, but what of it?
{' filstcr-in-law in another city recentlyI

J i I f/f/{{ v, : You are only sixteen years old and you had occasion to see a rather unusual Hard to AcquireSo
have plenty of time for adding extra BARNABAS
:
f f.t.N: I < \ pounds and inches so that you can was called 'The Perfect Is losing his
: 1 Marriage, good looks, he mightgo
11:1930.
: > S.. make letter. LESSON TEXT-Acts 4:36 37; -
I I, :*4t.t.":'1tiSport your and showed two people who had In for "looking distinguished."

'. fitt\ 4 ; Look at Jim Braddock. Up to the GOLDEN TEXT-He was a good man. been married fifty years who were But that's something that isn't skin

:.<: .*.<.: h.r&",<, time he was twenty-nine years old he and faith.-full Acts of 11:24.the: Holy. Spirit and of beloved by everybody and really believed deep

was kind of small for PRIMARY TOPIC-Barnabas' Love themselves to be an exampleof

the honors he really. Gift a perfect marriage.

Has Its was seeking and the i JUNIOR TOPIC-The Friendly Barn-' "Lovers-::; over seventy, they were.

AbsentMindedProfessors grown-up boys used to abas.INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP An'd in reviewing the years they Get Rid ofMalaria

V say a lot more about IC-How Barnabas Used His Posses- had spent together theirs seemed
.
him than the boys at y ,-sions. really to be an example of what all

Too your school possibly i1 i1In : IC-In YOUNG Partnership PEOPLE AND With ADULT God. TOP- who start out on a honeymoon hope

could imagine. He did their marriage will be. !

not fret about It. In- "And then, by one of those quirksof
the seasons of his greatest The explanatory title the
DURING given by
stead after'most
years circumstances that take place in
glory the newspaper boys were always line lesson committee, "Barnabas (A Con- Banish Chills and Fever!
men in his would plays, like the one pulled stitch that
uncovering one flaw in the perfection secrated Man of Means)," is not entirely -
have been through .starts to unravel a whole ,job of To Malaria must do two
of that stout citizen who now is L satisfactory, as It emphasizes only conquer you
devoting his declining years to golf. growing or advancing knitting, there is unraveled the' story things. ((1) Destroy the infection in the
of his
any fashion he add- Braddock. one many excellent qualities. of an extra-marital 'affair' on the blood. (2) Build up the blood to over-

No matter how often they might dineor ed an inch to his height and 20 poundsto I. Barnabas the Man (Acts 4:3G). part of both. Both the husband and come the effects and to fortify against

otherwise commune with him they his weight. Then he became heavy His original name was Joseph. Whenhe the wife of this perfect marriageonce further attack.There is one medicine that
always discovered that the first fifteenor does these two and that is Grove's
became a Christian: he was by the things
weight champion of the world by beat- had a lover. Neither find out!
twenty meetings were the hardest. apostles renamed Barnabas which Tasteless Chill Tonic 1 The tasteless qui-
Ing Max Baer. until now, after fifty years of 'ideal'marrIage. nine in Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic destroys
After' that the stout citizen would give doubtless signifies the change from the -
When they do the revela- the malarial infection in the blood
up guessing as to whether this was Bill As for you figuring that 115 poundsis old life to the This'
I new. was a com
baseball because tion nearly upsets their sturdy little while the iron builds up the bloodJrhousands -
not enough for a player
I'' t or Damon or Joe and from then on and
mon custom e. g., Simon to Peter
citadel of love-but not With of people have conquered Malaria
quite.
(..) their lives could be made more beauti you have read that managers Saul to Paul. The name means "son
: with the aid of Grove's Tasteless Chill
j six-footers let tell i the philosophy of their years they
ful by the knowledge that Babe Ruth prefer strapping me
of prophecy" or "son of exhortationand Tonic. In addition to being a noted rem-
I 'r' would know them, collectively and individually you a story. It goes back through the consolation." This shows not only forgive each other, and-live happily edy for Malaria, it is also an excellent

1 I as "Kid." years to the decade that was knownas the nature and spirit of Barnabas but ever afterward. tonic of general use. Grove's Tasteless

the glamorous nineties. "Now we hear a good deal In real Chill Tonic is pleasant to take and con- ;
I \ Of course from time to time gentle Indicates that he possessed a gift of
life of tains nothing harmful. Even children likeit
too
forgiveness of infidelity,,
Baseball was then, a teeming, hortatory preaching.II. .
men, from whatever estate the news young and at hot-blooded and they can take it safely. For sale
a more than
paper business happensto boisterous sport. The ball was not endowed Barnabas the PhilanthropistActs age by all drug stores. Now two sizes50cand
that of the
be In, resented this with the elastic qualities of a ( 4:37)). golden-wedding couple. $1. The $1 size contains 2y2 times as

disregard for their undoubted later era, and when fences were built So fully had the divine love per- Can you understand it? I pride my: much as the 50c size and gives you 25%

worth and far from the home plate, a giant could meated the very being of Barnabas, self on being modern, and all that, more for your money.

r'JiiVa baptismal monickers. seem needed to produce a batting that, seeing the need of his fellow but I think this is a question of human -
values that does not
?' < ywA Most of them, though, average of .432. believers he sold his property and change There's the Rub

merely took: it as new Want to see the man who achievedit brought the money and laid It at the with the age. What do you say?" Trouble with' an income Is to get

evidence of the apostles' feet. Me was in no sense Broadminded, and with the under-
pre- It to in.-Florida
as well as 243 hits, a record toward come Times-Union.
obliged to do this there was standing of human nature that is
as no
sure; that besets a great which not even the giant Hank Green. I
man or smirked complacently '' ? such binding law of a community ot her marked characteristic, the famous -
berg 'aspire
at mirrors may goods in the early ('11 urrh. Private own writer to whom this query was !

which persisted in giv No, I am not trying to kid you. That ership of property was recognized addressed thus answers it : '

,'- ing bald-headed evi- pale little fellow with the thin cheeks (Acts 5:4)). "I say this-the old saying: 'You; : V

Ruth. dence that this "Kid" and the angular elbows folded acrossa III. Barnabas the Christian States can forgive-but not forget!I' Though

: stuff was all wrong. narrow chest is not the bat boy. man (Acts 9 :-G-'O ; 11 :1-!) 0)). marriage may, indeed many mar- aot s

,,, How could such half rise the riages have survived of in-
a pint to 1. Befriended Saul (D :2G, 27). Aftei discovery
Recently a reporter made mentionof heights when strapping pitchers and Saul's conversion he came to Jerusalem fidelity on one or both sides, In my '

this at one of those vast public !I burly, far-ranging fielders rallied, to defend and tried to join himself to the opinion there is always something I 0

gatherings where he-is such a favorite. against him? killed. The fabric of marriage :
disciples, but they were afraid of hIm. may
Immediately some busybody in the be patched up, but the warp and
Barnabas
that Saul
saw : was really a
audience inquired if inability to remember '
Keeler McGraw
converted woof and soul of the thing must
he
man. Being at good man
the eminent
names of the .
inlandItching
upon Were Little \fJ could see there was good in Saul. To surely carry the mark. ; ,
commentators sports and wres Guys
he able} to judge personality is the "On the other hand, to my mind, Rash
tling was confined entirely to the Babe.
Sadly, being one of those who are reluctant ,", "" first mark of-a Christian statesman. it is not at all beyond understanding .CjTsTFroi( easily soothed! by the

to share the miseries and the Let us, still imagining thate are :2. Sent to Antioch (Acts 11:22-24)) as my correspondent suggests, "*$?=ZZ&bland medication of

back in the nineties, ask: him. how such a couple, or either one '_
, i secrets of the profession with the Violent persecutions of the Church sent II I JResinolHEiMIDNEYS
"That's ," Wee Willie Keeler Is be to 'take back' the
I r \ world, the reporter was forced to admit easy many disciples to the regions about can willing un-
V the truth. saying. "I just hit 'em where they Mediterranean sea. *As they went faithful one, or make the effort to

ain't. they preached the gospel and churcheswere forgive. .
For instance, there Is the St. Louis '
Translated into more elegant terms, established. The most conspicuous "While: I certainly do not min-
: baseball scrivener who devoted
.several of these !- imize the hurt, the wrench, the Impulse -
I Ted, this atom of a man scarcely ,big- was at Antioch, the cap

aid and seasons comfort to giving to Billy his best Southworth advice, ger then than you are now, has explained tal of Syria, becoming the most Important to the contrary that would, U*VMlMJ *'*-.- v*r->ttJ *-.--* -v=V jirss-.-_*-, _

.while the latter was playing the out. the superiority of mind over center In the spread of Chris naturally be Involved In continuingto WHEN kidneys function badly and

field and managing the Cards. Per- matter. Blazing speed, muscles that tianity. Everything went well as longas live with a husband or wife who suffer backache, dizziness,

co-ordinated with an alert, ever inspiring the gospel was preached to the has been discovered unfaithful, the burning, scanty or too frequent urina-
haps they not close Park
were
as as
mind, made one of' the smallestmen Jews only, but certain of these disciples richer and the happier the marriagehas tion, getting up at night, swollen feet
and Tilford but to all outward evi-
deliberately preached Christ been the more possible it Is to and ankles feel upset and miserable
dence they seemed two hearts that in the history of baseball one of use Doan's Pills.,
the Greeks. They announced to understand such a forgiveness. For a
beat as one. Then fate (and the failure the greatest batters of all time. among Doan's are especially for poorly
them that God had become IncarnatedIn really true marriage is a house of
to win a pennant) decreed that Along with John McGraw, another working J kidneys. Millions of boxesare
'man, that that after min- mansions. Beside the physical
a man. a many used They are recommended *
Southworth should try his baseball for. little Wee Willie every year.
tunes elsewhere. Scant months later great guy changedthe istry of love and grace, had died a love there Is the understanding, the by users the country over. '

__hu_ trend of the game, sacrificial death on the cross, and that companionship, with which, as I like Ask your neighbor!
the two In the
met lobby of a hotel.
i ,..;:;A y V V7 caused rules to be re salvation was now offered to nil who to say, one never walks alone. In

"How are you, Bill?" caroled the vised. Their ability to would accept him. that companionship there Is mutual
j baseball writer rushing forward with the ball -
tap out of
: Tidings having reached the ears of suffering, mutual struggle, mutual
eagerly outstretched hand. "Gee, I'm 5 ,:./ y: reach of the fielders the Jerusalem Church that a great joy-mutual understan'dinWith
; ', ; glad to-." ..: I brought science into a
rtl >v'"'' 'thyyS work of. grace was expressing Itself
.,. ;
I "Ah, uh," It was not that Mr. South- ;};; : :: sport that had sub- through the Grecians who were preach

worth Is a snob, a ribber or a guy who .. : sisted on force. ing the Lord Jesus Christ- at Antioch
: devotes his life to out !wV They proved the
dealing the Ice. Barnabas was sent to look after It.

i His brow was wrinkled In earnest concentration ; :1' ':,,, worth of the bunt, the Barnabas was a good man and full of
: for a full minute. Then he .: sacrifice the hit-and-
d"j:; N' ) ,
the Ghost and
w' Holy faith. He. there. t
i I I! surrendered. "Say, I know your face. &.1fy:: run play. Before their fore, had spiritual discernment and Smokers ;

I Didn't you use to play the piano at time a foul ball did not broad sympathy. Those who have

I V -." But the curtain must be drawn McGraw. count as a strike. McGraw
F-- grace In themselves will be able to I
over this deplorable scene. and Keeler could stand at the Try one
,l see grace In others. He exhorted them &I

1 It can be lifted upon the fact that plate and deliberately hit so many and, urged them forward In their work. It makes the

the athletes also fail to know one an fouls that they wore down the strongest 3. Goes after' Saul ((11:25. 26)). The \

other. By this I do not refer to the pitchers. The rule was changed. work at Antioch so prospered that help next smoke taste '.

Helen Wills Moodys, the Helen Ja- When they joined the Immortal old was needed ; therefore Barnabas went better

cobses and those others who probably Orioles they were such scrawny little after Saul. Barnabas thus IntroducedSaul {. <:,= :
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have very good reason for not noddingas guys that other players laughed and to his great work as the apostle .....' '.. > .,

they pass by. to the Gentiles. The gifts of both of '. ,
said that they should not be permittedto ::::,' ,.;
do anything more strenuous than these men were needed on that field. :. ., ...".
Homer Fails '"
to : ....;A"
IT\ carry bats. They fought with frantic Different temperaments when brought
*
: 1, Revive Memory \3J muscles, fiery tongues and quick Into harmony by God's grace are need-

I brains. They never ceased trying, learn. ed In the church. /

\\1: Instead the reference is to ordinary ing. Before long the fans were fight 4. Disciples called Christians fist

mortals such as the pitchers whose for ing to get Into the parks to see them. In Antioch (v. 26)). After a year of

getful arms have For more than thirty years after that teaching by Paul and Barnabas the CONSTANT SMOKER

showed up the best the greater little guy, McGraw, was to name "Christian" was given to -the

strategy of Rogers continue as one of the biggest men in disciples. Observe that the name was Most men that smoke a lot have what we call

Hornsby and Frankie the history of the game. associated with the teaching. Paul "fuzzy tongues" and don't know it! Smoking Guilty of these

Frisch this season. taught the vital oneness of the be- the flow of saliva in the mouth and Every Day
t t Of course, that was long ago, Ted, stops you Habits?
of those liever with Christ therefore. It was
During
one
but don't let the boys at school tell get too much acid in your system. Makes you Eat Too Much
clubhouse sessions devoted natural that the ,disciples should be
to deep thinking you that similar things no longer can called Christians. The notion that the feel sluggish and loggy. The best way to lick the Smo4eTooJlfwcbacids No Exercise .
happen. Instead, when return In
concerning how to foil you name "Christian" was given In de- and still keep smoking is bytaking Lute Hours )
the fall ask them about Little Bill
r the opposition Horns- 6 Johnston rlson has no factual I basis. Milnesia wafers twice a day. Your mouth will I
or Cyril Walker or Bert
g by told' In detail how %' Metzger or Morris Ely. IV. Barnabas the Dispenser of Alms always feel clean and fresh and you always have your usual pep.
1 the Browns should w14 f (vv. 27-30). Because of the oneness of

? pitch to Roger Cramer. Christians with Christ and with one MILNESIA Wafers neutralize the excess acids that cause indigestion ,

That afternoon Cramer Hornsby. Boston promoters are trying to talk another, the distress of the brethren heartburn and sick headaches. Each Wafer is a full adult ,

belted a game winning home run off Into at Jerusalem must be relieved by the one-half. Pleasant take. Recommended
Jack Sharkey coming back to dose, children-one-quarter to to -
Blaeholder. gifts of believers at Antioch. The
George meet Jack Doyle; This Is because the thousands of -At All Good Druggists. '
by physicians
Spirit of God :
made
through Agabus, :
Knowing that the pitch had not been Massachusetts commission insists that,
the one he had so prudently advised, if Judith Allen's husband performs in known the coming dearth which was

Hornsby rushed out upon the diamond. 'the Hub, It must be against local tal to prevail throughout all the world. Economicaltool M I L H E S I A
The disciples were therefore moved Each Milnesia pack .
I "Who the h-I I do you think that you ent. It also \Is because Dick Madden Jrl

were throwing to?" he demanded. I and Jack McCarthy, the only active according, to their ability, to send relief Magnesium age contains lIy droz more- 2/tf. r
him around I unto the brethren In Judea. These ide than all other WA E R S
"Gee, I've seen ,some place Boston heavyweights available, are not 'lrl lnll. r
I can't think of his gifts had a powerful effect In removing liquid forms. VI'
but Just
name, good drawing cards. MAGNESIA WAFERS
MILK OF
'I' Blaeholder confided. I the suspicions of the brethren at
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THE CLEWISTON :NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1933
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a trifle premature. Dade county has Trees and magnificent state and national CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY: .'

The Clewiston News not been so advised, and will con- parks, I still maintain that SELLS CAR-LOAD OP. TIt.ACTonsq! ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON 'c.

tinue to pour from $50,000 to $70- for year 'round health and comfort REQUEST
Published every Friday in Clewiston, 000 annually into the project, at Florida has by far the more desir- A car-load of Caterpillar tractors ....1.X
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS least until the 1937 legislature able climate. Our charming lakes, of sold the small farm series 22 were, C. E. STEBEL W'
by the Clewiston
Inc. makes other arrangements.South beautiful beaches, rivers and semi-: Motor Cornpony I
Florida should be properly tropical natural beauty serve to offset South Florida dealers, Electrical Contracting
I
week ending Monday. Most of these
Keathley Bowdenv Editor grateful for the large amount of what we may lack in elevationand 'I
PHONE 2121
tractors were sold in the south lake
money spent in building flood con- luggedeness. I
farming area. There are four trac- PAHOKEE FLORIDA
class mail mat- trol works around Lake Okeechobee. I marveled at the magnificent ,
Entered as second tors to the car.
Just how it will benefit Dade roads of California, mile on mile of
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post Another car has been ordered and I Agent for
county has always, been a great permanent smooth highways carved
Office in Clewistou, Florida, .under is expected shortly. E. E. Kelly, GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
mystery, but taxes had to come from out of solid rock that must have
the Act of March 3, 1897. manager of the company states that 'I
somewhere, and Dade county was cost more to construct per mile than ANDAPPLIANCES
between thirty and thirty-five of RANGES
vulnerable that it was for an entire county. Traf-
politically cost
so ours :
rate $2.00 year.
Subscription per this series has been sold in the
application. relatively easy to bring its propertyinto fic for the most part is much heavier
Advertising rates on 'Glades this season. ,"
the general taxing scheme. We than in Florida, and freight trains, .
Devoted to the advancement and are glad, therefore to see at least crude oil burners with smokestacksare I
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry the hint of cessation of this form of in use' throughout the west. One . .". . .". . . .". ;NNNNN. .:1. .:.;:..:N 1HN. ..:.N. .:..:..:..:..:.:N1..:..::i

County. tax, because it has been our thing impressed me, we did not wit- .?. ..I :
.:. .;. .;. New and Used *
I standing that this was to be under-I ness a single motor accident any- *: : .. ..
i petual tribute Dade county where on the trip due largely to > Texas Bronc ::: : :
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The old time girl was contented have to pay to the district, the greater caution on the part of driv- I ; FURNITUREBELLE

with one spinning wheel. The mod- spoils to be divided among George B. I ers and better patrolled highways. :: Busters :!: .:. r .:.
ern girl wants four and a spa.re.- Hills as "engineer" for the district," One thing a motorist soon learnsin

;Florida TimesUnion.If and the other civil functionaries) the west is to "Keep on the *:* Entertaining at the L and L *;* GLADE _:
who are attached thereto.If Right Side of the Road" and that y

they get the brush cut along; the federal government by the doesn't mean just- when you are Y* Sandwich Shop, Opposite Clew- :::: :: FURNITURE COMPANY ::

the route of the Jax canal they can passage of the latest rivers and harbors passing another vehicle, but all the :X: iston Motor Company *J* i

at least run prairie schooners across bill assumes complete charge of time. Traffic officers are friendlyand z : := =:
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It.-Fort Myers News Press. the commissioners of the district to carelessness here is considereda I i Belle Glade, Florida. ..
I l I meet and to impound all Offense than speed and s : .z. .
arrange greater Every Night
II :: Next Door To Theatre :_:
Mussolini ,seems to be pondering future tax collections, to be returned they have little patience with it. :: :rl ; .
these days of act of the I California booster I ::: :::
old .
over the question to the taxpayers by The same : .. :
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to back out. have no bills; we know it has no here are proud of their state and

funded debt. There can no longerbe the tourist is urged to visit innum-I
The first hurricane -to be reported a valid excuse for paying $7,500a erable points of interest. While fI"- 1..:.....N.::.N..N.N..1:.N..Ni1. ;....N.N..N..N.1....:.N..H.N..:.N..N..N..0...N..N..11H.. ..N.N..N..N..NN. .M..NN N..N..M..NN.. ;'.

this season has apparently year for an "engineer," for ex there is still a certain amount of '
blown itself out in the Atlantic and ample. Federal engineers have a jealousy between the northern and I "

bringing this section nothing more 1 I habit of preferring their: own .findings southern part of the state it is more :::I :i: '

than a much needed rain or two. to those of private practioners, of a family quarrel and they all -

1 I no matter how well politically en- unite in boosting California as a II i

Lake Okeechobee is no longer at I I I trenched. If all maintenance of levees -! state and urge you to see it all, a I Ii CLEWISTON60LF'
I
liberty to overflow in a hurricane.The and canals in the flood control spirit Florida should cultivate."I .!. .
has spent $10,000000 ,- be taken the California" but I'm
government system is to over by love you -
on flood control there.-Tampa federal government, we see nothingleft married to Florida and since my '
Tribune. We'll just withhold judg- for the state commission to do sweetie has by far the best disposi- \\1\.z.1\ COURSE I

ment until we ,see what the hurri-] but to meet and vote to quit spend- tion I'll stick to her even if she -

canes think of that ten million. ing tax money. is a bit flat chested along side of ... s .

Bronson Journal. You may be forgiven That this will be done is doubt, her western sister. :
:;:
:
ing gone for through being skeptical one of, the Roy,worstof hav- mental ful. We function cannot recall which any voluntarilygave govern-! LT. SELEE AT FORT SCREVEX .*... ','7> ,,f...: ,"..'i.!,'. .-.:'. .:..

these wind storms but the confi- up the ghost while there was I .: .:_:
dence of the Everglades residentsIs public money to be spent. We can I Lt: Richardson Selee, in charge of 2
the Clewiston ''sub-office of U. S. .. ..z.Y .
reflected in the new homes whichare only hope therefore that the next : I
being built every day and the legislature will have enough courage. Engineers spent two days the first .:. I .:.
steady growth of most of the lake to dt band the district. One millis of the week at Fort Screven, near I I

towns. I not much, but even a county like Savannah. He was accompanied _by
Dade can't give up $70,000 a year Lt. P. A. Feringa, acting district t Open to the PublicModerate 1i

GETTING OFF RELIEF without pinching some of her cit- engineer. The two lieutenants were

izens.-Miami Herald. there for the purpose of standing a s. .-.

It is a healthy sign of the times physical examination prior to their .i... .:.
advancement to the rank of captain ..
when_ jobs become so plentiful in
of the that the .:N:N:N:N:N:N N N N N:N:.:N:N:N:N:N N H N N:h N:MN: which was authorized by'a recent ,
country
part ,
any .'. '.. ...
relief rolls can be "purged" of able- ? act of Congress. }.

bodied men who 'are now able to $:: TOO LATE TO ::_i:: :s, 'z. ... ..:..

find ,work That this condition ; ,-. ...1'....... ... : ..; .oz.. ,. ,'.... ".. t" .. ." .:.
should have been reached first in I:;: CLASSIFY :: '

the wheat-gi owing states is not sur- .z. ..";.. SUBSCRIBE) TO THE, NEWS yz:: .;-
prising. South Dakota began it by IY.z. .!. Green Fees :C
dropping 19,000 heads of families ... .t. :!: :i:

from the dole, because of the great :.!:.: w. BY Y Exceptional Fairways : -

demand for harvest workers in the RUSSELL KAY i
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wheat fields. According to reports :: Interesting Greens .
: .:.. J. M. COUSE .. .
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from Washington, it is expectedthat .:. .:.
at least 100,000 men who have .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:. ..:..:..:..:..:..:--:. Counselor and Attorney at Law 'i.. I Ill ..!,..

been on relief, will be dropped from San Fr ncisco.- The drive from Hopkins Building -

the rolls in the principal wheat Los Angeles to San Francisco along Wednesdays and Saturdays ...........................".........................................."..'...........".........................."..........".............................................."....
: states. YNaturally the coastal route is delightful and 0:30 to 4:00 -

some of them are not from the standpoint of scenic beau-

going to like it. After a man has. ty is entrancing. And Oh, so cool.I .

been getting money for doing noth- wore my overcoat all the way and ..

Ag, it is hard to go back to work, blankets were in order at night. b..... y.i. ... I
especially if he gets no more for
Unlike the southern metropolis, iJii I FOR ALE :;
working than he did for loafing. :;: :: : *
San Francisco is compact and solid-
;, The disgruntled few who prefer

idleness to work are already begin- ly the built map, it tangled is not sprawled and backlashed all over Iri Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment Hi

; ning to make a loud noise about the"injustice" .. ..
,with so many other communities youcan't : .... :. .:.
of taking them off re- I .z.
tell where it starts or leaves Y :, ; .
lief. Some of the reports which we
off as is Los Angeles.It Y
have seen in the big city newspa- Y .?.
pegs, especially in the East, are cal- is more like New York than ..z... ... ..
c culated to give the impression that any other city, I think, 'a. cosmo- y

r practically all of the recipients of, politian city, both pleasing and y.z. .:. .

" relief in the wheat states are sore friendly. To the motorist accustomed xx Hit

_o because a way has been opened to to flat woods roads and at besta :: :;: :!: :;:

thp-ii to earn their own living in- few hundred feet above sea-level, I Ayy F
': <-tead of subsisting on the public the steep almost perpendicular + +

. -bounty. We do not believe that is streets here present a hair-raising

?"' true. We are not convinced. that the problem. Believe me you need a lot xx

r- moral fiber of the average American of brakes and plenty of clutch. It's +.. .+. ..
no town for to be drivin' in + t x ..
r has deteriorated that far a guy i .. .:. .!.
k .. We can understand the reluctance if he's got a weak heart.I .:. .z. ...
: ..
:
r F'- of a man with a family to being had forgotten 'what a beautiful J.z. .z. .. y:

dropped from relief when he has no sight it is to drive along the cliffs iXA

l. assurance of getting back on again above seal rocks and view the Golden +

:, If his job turns out to be a temporary Gate and glorious vista of bay .. A .!.
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f- one, as jobs in the harvest field and ocean. ..i.. .j. z ...
:z: .!.
. necessarily are. But we understand My feelings, however, are not .f.. +'.. \ =

that Washington has given assur- shared by Peggy, my 10 year old yA y
ance that in such cases it will not offspring. To her the famous Golden I y
be such a long and difficult processto Gate but Y
proved nothing a sham anda I
get back on relief as it was to .get hoax for unbeknown to us her + f A xYIY

k' on the rolls in the first place. child mind visualized a real gate of .:,.. ;.
a' Sooner or later the whole relief real gold and she was sorely disil- +:.z.y X

program must end. The money and lusioned and Is off California for Y/.. : ...
the taxpayers' patience will give out. life. Peggy, the little Cracker, was ;-/+ XAY

We are looking hopefully' for a starton loyal to Florida throughout the trip. ... .. .. .f.
all fronts of the $4,000,000,000 At San Diego a fair official who was j : fvY "y a., f ':
;:; Work Relief plan. Also, we are look escorting us about the grounds ask- X; 4 7 M'b! _
:" Ing hopefully for an important x x .
ed her how she liked the Exposi- .
I"; .' speeding up of the wheels of private tion, "Fine," she replied, "But you .+:. .Y.. i y: ..i:.:

!", industry ought to see the Florida Fair at
The situation in the wheat The Balance Like Rent :: _i'
country Tampa, we 'got lots more rides on :i: -- Pay !
;, is, however, encouraging as far our, midway." "Which do like
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I' :, as it goes. -Tarpon Springs Leader. best, Florida or California you," was :.:. :.::. WE HAVE HELPED BUILD- MANY CLEWISTON HOMES ::;: .*_.

:.:, FLOOD CONTROL TRI13IUTE and another in every question instance frequently the answer asked :i: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :;: *


:; ', < Washington;' -dispatches- announc-I,was shake"Florida"her.Personally. and nothing could Hi Clewiston Home Building Association if j :I

ing that the 11 counties of south while I. appreciate

Florida in the Okeechobee Flood what a glamorous state Californiais .

Control District no longer will have with her rugged mountains, rockysea ?X ;;:;. PHONE 102 ;j, X.:;
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,;f't.f. I .................................................................'................................"...... Mrs. T. B. Shelley and Mrs. V. A. the fine handling of Mrs. Morris the .. Mershon' .

\ 1 I :? :'I i* Allen returned Monday from Daytona Junior girls did their work. The GUS' BATH' 'L. .B. .

; \ ; :|: Personal MentionEj :|;: Beach where they had been Junior and Intermediate boys work- Yo ,

visiting for several days. under Palm Beach AGENT
ed the of Mr.
,! Ej --..:-.. .... .. ..... .. .... .. .. ..... .... Studies and hand-work care were Paxton.taken i > ':;1

I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor spent Mrs. Fred I. Hill entered Good up by the Intermediate girls under Lockers and Suits for rent New York Life .';

f '; I Friday in Miami. Samaritan Hospital in West Palm the efficient guidance of Mrs. H. D. .Cottages and Furnished Rooms for

, -- Beach Saturday for an operation.At Merriam, while- the adult class, and Week-end Parties. Insurance CompanyARCADIA ,'i
I last report she was doing nice- invocation in Daily Vacation Bible
Van Bush was a business visitor
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i I in Miami Wednesday. ly. School work, was led by Mrs. Hen- Welcome to our Ocean. 'Phone 9313 FLORIDA "

i i, derson. Music was under the direc-
Mrs. M. A. Summers, Mrs. Sin- tion of Miss Luther with, Miss Allenat

, I', ,,', Mrs. R. H. Collins spent several clair Bales, Miss Rosalie Thielen, of the organ. The first day, Monday, ........................... ,;
[ I days this .wek in Miami. Moore Haven :NNNMNNNN/ 1 1 1//NNNNN:NNNNN/ :NM 1 :NNN 1 : : 1/ : : : : : : : : : :-:..:..:..:..:NIINNNNN 1 1 1 1 1 :NN 1 19 NN/ .
I spent Tuesday in August 5, the attendance was 36,
; :I Clewiston as the guests of Mrs. Max which during the course of the week .:' .; .._.t.V ..

Miss Dell O'Connell visited friendsin Cole. rapidly mounted to 49, with an av- Y ,_

} Moore Haven Tuesday. erage attendance for the week of .Y. .
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Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Luther and 44. : Is there sound
::: any reason why people :;:
i F ::1. Mrs. Martha Ludekens spent Wednesday daughter, Charlotte, left Monday for On Saturday, August 10, after Y h

, in West Palm Beach. their home in St. Petersburg aftera the closing of the last session of the :;: should spend for Fire and Wind- :*_:
visit here with Rev. and Mrs. R. school at 5 p. m., friends and par- .. money ..
I i Dan Chappell, of Miami, was a F. Paxton. ents gathered at the packing house, Y: s
: ., business visitor here Friday.Mr. in spite of rain: for a community :;;: storm Insurance? None at all if you are :*i:

Mrs. F. M. Moltz and son, Trev- picnic. Fish were furnished by the '
and. Mrs. M. H. Crouch spent alyn have moved back to Clewiston men and other food was served by :!: sure you will not have a fire or there win ::

Sunday in West Palm Beach. I from Lake Worth to join Mr. Moltz. the women. All agreed that they hada .Y.. f.
They have taken a garage apartmentat very pleasant time. :i: be no windstorm. .;.

J. E. Beardsley was a business I II Dr. J. W. Ezelle's. On Sunday afternoon, in place of .. ." ; :::

i.I visitor in Fort Myers Wednesday.E. I the regular Sunday School, a very d. ..
Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. A. A. Interesting program of choruses, .t- ..t.t .

i E. E. Kelley spent several days Munroe, Mrs. C. E. 'Nail and Miss hymns, and class work, Was held ::: Check up your chance and if you are notk: .
Eloise Tanksley points of at the
I in Miami this week on business. visited railroad station. Following
interest in the levee project between this, the hand-work was displayed, *. going to have a fire or windstorm then ::_
Clewisloh and Pahokee- Thu'rsday. Lake Harbor is to be congratulatedon .. -.

i days Fred this A.wek McKenzie Tallahassee spent on several bus- her splendid success this year, ._: d ,'t buy I nsurance. If you are not sure ....t.on ;.-.
Miss Eloise Tanksley of Atlanta is and it is to be hoped that her Vaca- .
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I iness.D. spending the week visiting her aunt, tion School next year will be even I would -
Don't
:=: suggest you buy., forget :
i Mrs. A. A. Munroe and Mr. Munroe.Mr. more successful.
Ii G. Alston and Archie Black and Mrs. C. E. Nall and Mr. Those who were enrolled this
business year _*: it is the storm and I write *
'j I were visitors. in LaBelle and Mrs. Munroe met her in West are: Beginners; O'Dell Henderson, near season

I \tI today. Palm Beach Sunday. Joy Crouch, Bobby Crouch Charles Y Y
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1 Burkett, James William Layfield, ; Windstorm and all other types of Insur- ;:;

i i; Doyle Summerville, has recently Mrs. E. G. McFadden of Jackson- Clarice Lee, David Shuler, Mackie ..'. ..

...J moved to Clewiston from Indian- I. ville and Dr. John McFadden of Robinson, Ray Lee, Betty Jo Bowman .. ance.. .t.

tbwn., Pittsburg, who is spending the sum- Primary: Dorothy Layfield,

v mer in Daytona, left Monday aftera Dorothy Robinson, Russel Morris, .
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. D. G. visit of several days with their son Bruce Beardsley, Donald Smith, Lar- ; '

,I Alston spent Tuesday in West Palm and brother, G. M. McFadden and ry Royal, Betty Jean Wood, Mamie ,*;. .. ELBERT L. STEWART :::
Beach. Mrs. McFadden. .
Ruth Henderson. Junior Girls: Xh

Grace Morris, Dorothy Smith, Agnes ._ .... : ..
Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Lawler'visited Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward and Robinson, Loraine Henderson, Mar- :- :

afternoon.in West- Palm Beach Saturday daughter, Grace, left Monday for guerite Perkins. Junior and Inter- .::!.:.:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNININ:..:..;..:..;..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:;.
Jacksonville, where they will! visit mediate Boys: Bobby Eldon, James .

with friends and relatives for sev- Blackley, Haywood Byrd, Billy Mor-
Miss. Wjlma Douglas :was a business eral weeks. Miss Mildred Ward, who ris, Bernard Elson, Vernon Hen- 6

f visitor in West Palm Beach has been visiting there through the derson, Major Lee, Crawford Royal.
f'' Wednesday. Ilm IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII! 11111I1IIIIIIIJo IIIIIIIIIITill IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII 111IIIIIIIIIII
summer will return home with Intermediate Girls: Mary Merriam, IS"IIIHIIIt
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Bertha Perkins, Edna Myrle Hen-
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C. E.. Nall them ., ._
and T. B.
Shelley are derson Eldon .
r Dorothy Polly Grant, .
:)1 spending this week in Homestead Gwendolyn Brown, Gladys Eldon, '
) on business. MRS. POOLE GIVES PARTYIN :;: *
i HONOR OF VISITOR Muriel Merriam, Mary Lee Burkett. ,1u''w
Adult Class: Miss Grant Mrs. Bur- : y

Mrs. C. W. McDonald, of Belle kett, Mrs. Eldon, Mrs. Layfield, Mrs. '.., Yt.
Mrs. Grover C. Poole entertained .
j Glade visited friends in
L : _Clewlstou Grant, Mrs. Crouch, Mrs. Wells, Mrs. : y
Wednesday evening with a bridge y'
Wednesday. Robinson, Mr. Wood, Mrs. Wood, } SDI y
party honoring Miss Eloise Tanks- Mrs. Byrd. :;_: .. -
M. H. Crouch and Robert Coker l ey, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. y
{ A. Munroe. A Word of AppreciationTo ... ,., ,,,, -
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business : '< :
were visitors in West Palm ;
all those in Lake Harbor whoentered : :::;
r + Beach Tuesday. Mrs. Munroe was awarded a prize : ,. -v. .
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enthusiastically
so into the
for high score' at the conclusion of : .1
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plans for a Daily Vacation Bible .: ,to'. ,_ :
') play and Miss Tanksley was givena :. ., ::
Mr. and .
: Mrs. Leslie Miller returned .,
I School I take this -
' t'"r opportunity to ex- :: s ':" ::
guest prize. Delicious refreshments -
} Sunday from a visit with rela- press my appreciation. .: t ,.
I were served following the award of 0
tives in
It:. ',, Tampa., prizes. To the teachers whose work and : 'I co-operation were splendid, and to e4T
:- Mrs. Keathley Bowden and son, Those playing were: Mrs. J. B. the outsiders who came in and gave !t. .'.;...... 4 :::
Dotterer, +Mrs. C. F. Trainor, Mrs. tj
Kay, visited friends in Moore Haven .
their time and talents to the work.
i. Thursday morning. 1. M. Pafford, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. !: :', :'" .-j :::
To Mr. Woods for the use of the :; "
t T. B. Shelley Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs.

: 12 son Mr.Joe and, spent Mrs. B.the J.week-end Schroeder visitIng and- A. A. Munroe and ,Miss Tanksley. closing packing picnic.house for the.. school and :_:!j.Cle: iston Garden. '. .

I I To the Lake Harbor Sunday .
relatives in Stuart. DELIGHTFUL PARTY AT
School for so willingly financing the .
INN FOR VISITOR
. {, school. ;- :i:
Miss Louise Sims, of Paducah,
> S Ky.,' is visiting Mr. 'and Mrs. Mark Mrs. A. A. Munroe and Mrs. C. E. To all our friends and parents for :
NEWEST *=
": R. Lawler and family. Nall entertained with a bridge partyat their interested backing and help. t OtEWISTON'S I ; _
Robert F. Paxton, Jr. Y
i.. the Inn honoring their guest, Miss : AND MOST UP-TO-DATE :::..
Mrs. J. M. Fulton, of Muncie, Ind. Eloise Tanksley, of Atlanta, Ga., on Y
COMMUNITY CHURCH NOTES
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. F. Wednesday afternoon. ;. :::

{I r McLure, Jr., and Mr. Mc tlre. High score prize, a set of Madeira CAFE .. -
The subject of the Junior sermon
napkins was presented to Mrs.C. y
next Sunday morning will be "The y
Mrs. M; Valaer and Miss Mattie L. Downs. A linen buffet set, low .- Y
King Learns a Lesson." What was it :. .: ..'
i B. Vertrees of Moore Haven were score pride, went to Mrs. F. M. :

'I j visitors in Clewiston Saturday Wright and the ,cut prize, a set of that On King Sunday Paul evening learned the? subjectof '!: Now Open For Business i :-:

cocktail glasses was given to Mrs. :
the sermon will be "Water". Ev- Y
I Mrs. C. C. Klutts and Mrs. R. A. H. H. Turner. Miss Tanksley was
is cordially invited to be
eryone
Williams, of Moore Haven, visited given a lovely piece of lingerie as
"f I i in Clewiston Saturday afternoon. guest prize.Refreshing. present and join in our services. Located adjacent to and operated in connection :_:
f chicken salad, sand- Robert F. Paxton, Jr., ..

r r, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Campbell, of wiches and tea were served. to the Supply! Pastor. with the Clewiston Beer "Parlor :!::

t Indiantown, spent the week-end following players: Mrs. C.: L. Downs, ..
twith Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Trainor. Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. Keathley RED BLISS SEED POTATOESWe ..i..t..

: Bowden, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs.J. have a shipment due to arrive -
f'' i! Mrs. L. R. Osteen, of Fort Myers! B. Dotterer, Mrs. J. F. McLure, Tampa first of next week,

is visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. C. Jr., Mrs. Gayle McFadden, Mrs. Wil- grown from certified stock, well ggular 3Vleal I.

Nowling and Mr. Nowling this week. lard F. Simpson, Mrs. C. W. Mc- germinated, ready for immediate 45CA .

Donald, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. ,F. planting. Will June only limited '.
Mrs. C. F. Trainor and daughter, M. Wright, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs.J. amount. Get in touch with us at .t.:

Barbara Ann, left Thursday for In- A. Rumbley, Mrs. K. S. McMul- once for jour requirements. Believe .Y.

diantown for a visit with Mr. Train len Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. Tip- this to be the only desirable stock la Carte Service All Times :i::

or. pey, Miss Eunice Meredith, Mrs. for planting at present. Saffold Bros. '..', .: .
-- Harry Vaughn, Mrs. C. F. Trainor, Produce Co. Phone 4628, Tampa, :.

Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Paxton andR. Mrs. H. H. Turner, Mrs. T. B. Shel- Fla. It high i

F. Paxton, Jr., spent Wednesday ley, Mrs.' C. F. Goodman and Mrs. Popular prices prevail, on cocktails, .
visiting relatives in West Palm H. R. Hall. Tea guests Included: :
FOR SALE-One' Vogt 75 lb. all
Beach. Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. Z. G. Mer metal ice refrigerator. Cost about balls, wines and beer .... :f

--- edith, Mrs Geo. W. Sparks, Mrs: L. $80.00 new. In good condition, .+. .
Mrs.' E. C. Mills and sons, E. C., R. Osteen and Mrs. F. M. Moltz. $15.00. Hoomes' Rich, U. S.. Engi- I
Jr., and Solon, returned this week neer Office.COTTAGE Automatic Phonograph Provides Music :=i.=
from several days stay at San Marco LAKE HARBOR VACATION OJ.

Island. I1BLE SCIIOOl CLOSES .. For Dancing At Any Time ::

-- FOR RENT-Near coun- .:.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Saturday and Sunday, August 10- ty line See Gus Cautrell. tf .:.
I.fJ daughter, Emma Jane, left Thurs- 11: brought to a close a very suc- .:.

day for several days vacation at Mi- 'cessful six days of Daily Vacation .t.
:
ami Beach.' : Bible School at Lake Harbor. Over- FORT MYERS BEACH HOTEL Clean and Orderly :::
difficulties and --
coming handicaps, .:.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston and six classes of children, young people Special Summer Rates .-

children returned Saturday from ;a and adults, met at Wood's Packing For Reservations phone or write -(:.
two weeks vacation which they spentat House. The beginners were under -:
Mrs. 'Geor
e W. Smith, Hostess.
Richland, Ga. the efficient handling of Miss Char '_' Pete Chagaris John Elmoret' f
lotte Luther of St. Petersburg and
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Mrs. K. S. McMullen- of West I Miss Vesta Allen of Clewiston.. The FOR SALE-10 acres good muck .:.

Palm Beach, is spending several I primary children enjoyed studiesand land, good house, plenty of good .=1 ;;::
days here this week visiting Mr. and hand-work under the able direc- water, two miles from Clewiston.
Mrs. James A, RumbJey I tion of Mn, George Royal. Under Lilian Barrett. 3tA16 m !II !!!!!!!!IJ IIIIII III \ IIIII III II "II II III ll 11111 II'' t1 I III II I IIIg! \\'Itt1IIIIIIIIII




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ton! her name to me again I'm likely] to She sat down heavily In a chair and to that shots ro> of tittta on section

lose my head and tear your hide off drew a great breath."I Thirty-Seven. The station agent came WHY NOT BRING

your carcass !I" don't have to ask you or any out of the office and looked at Em In '

; THE His rage was so high, so holy, that other man about Ben Elliott, Able! I surprise. THIS BIRD BACK .=-

: the fear it Inspired carried through know the clean and decent folks when "Hello I" he,cried. "What brings yon TO HOME "NEST"?, .p.,

Brandon's frenzy, and the man stood I see 'em. I'd bet my reputation as a down here before-"

,1 MAN silent, perhaps In awe. ., Christian woman on that boy That "Homer," she out:: in grimly, "In In the Science museum In Londonat

; Ben relaxed. piece of play acting at the dance was which one of them nasty places does the grand entrance to England's

& "Now" he said quietly, "I've Just one some of Nick Brandon's work, you can this Lydia woman live?" large exhibition of airplanes and flying -

thing to ask, Brandon.: It's this : fight bet your last red cent I had to give "WhywhyVhy, how should I machines, extending three-

FROM your own battles!" him a piece of my mind just for relief know?" he evaded as a red flush crept quarters of a century, is over the first

He turned on his heel and slammedthe the other day and, goodness me, what up from his collar. "In the one at this plane that ever tlew=the plane of

door behind him.CHAPTER. n look; he give me Why, Able, that end, I think. I'm not sure, of course. Hawk
Kitty
loaned
by Orvllle
man's worse than ever I thought My, I think she does, though. .

? YONDER XII oh, my He gave me a look that like She ." Wright.This is world aviation's

: to froze the blood right in my veins, But he no longer had a listener. trophy. greatest

after all the years of palaver and soft Resolutely slowly with something like
.en began unhlankcting his team It Is suspended In the air, and In
talkin' I've listened to from him I I"Well defiant majesty, the woman crossed the
HAROLD TITUS with the haste of high,' temper but be- it, lying, face down, is a dummy rep
by tracks, with never another word to her
what I'm gettln'[ at Is this:
fore he had finished Able Armitage resenting, we assume, one of the
The boy's In danger of beln' murdered Informant and never a kok to right or
hailed him from across the street and I Wright brothers at the controls.
every minute of day and night unless left. Her head was up, her mouth set,
; Copyright 192S-1934 Harold Titus. came hurrying through the rutted That dummy is an eerie concoction
I he takes advice. There's and her long nose wrinkled as If at a
,:j WNU,Service. snow. your :: no one with a cap on.
left to talk him into disgusting odor. A woman up by the
try to being care
The old] justice's face was marked But It is not the off-note of thin
ful but Dawn. And how am I going to stores shaded her eyes and peered at
of and he
expression
by an concern dummy In the historic sky vehicle
: get her to see her duty when she goes the moving figure and stared and
he'spolc-e
CHAPTER XContinued14 came close before that we are thinking about now, but
into a cryin' fit time his name'smentioned stopped. Aunt Em Coburn, headed for
"I hear lied Bart Delaney's In town. every lather the off-note of the original
? Yes, sir. Every time she Thirty-Seven[ Why, It couldn't he!
$ "What's the difficulty Brandon? Ben nodded, ,grimly. Wright plane, one of America's great
bears his But Aunt Em mounted the steps. She
name.
Didn't[ you expect to see me this mornIng "Came to see me 'esterday.9 treasures, being in South Kensington
rapped at length and vigorously on the
' "She doesn't yet see that the affair
r !\ and
? not in
Washington New
York
scarred panel of the door. She went
"Why I That Is, I "Yeah. Took a long look at me was a put-up Job, then? within dozen long-distance Philadelphia or even Dayton, the
leaving a
thought" over the sights of a :rifle." .,,., .'|See? She can't see anything, Able watchers Wrights' home. -
to wonder.
"Ben Why son r'\ Arhilfage\ Put yourself In her place.
his The
Ben stepped close and' dropped It was long before she emerged and contribution of the United
Elliott laughed mirthlessly and told Sti'ppose you were a young girl who's
States
to aeronautical
voice nearly to whisper. then Ah, then TIncup had a progrt'ssafterthe
Hoot had the things to bear that she has
what had happened In the Owl
Wrights Is
also almost
I wouldn't be walking
"You thought sight to see, a subject for speculation complete
', today? Was that It?" chopping the day before. all her life; and suppose you fell In ly ignored in the great exhibit, whichIs

= "Not walking I don't know whatyou're "So he's gotten down to ,the hiringof love for the first time; and suppose dominated by the succession of

{" 'talking about. The older man'sselfcontrol :: a killer!r' Able I looked anxiouslyinto that young man was, accused of such British planes and models, though

:' was coming back;: rapidly ,Ben's face. "Son It can't nastiness right in public with every- there are numerous historic models

now that his fright had passed away. po on. Timber or no timber; successor body listening and gawping? Would from France, Germany and Italy
tf.," I failure for the Hoot Owl, you've got you stop to figure that the reason he The Wright
"I just came [In to get matters straight i it invention has only
r. of !I" seemed guilty was natural? That the j
to, think;; yourself one American brother in '
Several serious the
t-' between us, Brandon. exhibit I-f:
. "I'm doing that. I've been to see thing was so far fetched from the {
things have happened to the Hoot Owl a contemporary Douglass model, very
Brandon and tried to drive him Into truth and such a shock that he was all 1
small and
V but in spite ,of them the Hoot Owl is labeled by a very small
the open. That's all I ask;; of him ; that kerllummoxed? 1 should say you card.
booming; now, I presume, bean look
he fights fair." wouldn't You'd do just what she's
,
t. ,
5 A
; for things to happen to me. Before man from Mars would get the
"And if he won't, what?" doin' ; make yourself all sick with
anything does-because I'm not rash Impression that the United State
Z "Then I'll have to smoke him out !1" chills and fever by cryin' !" invented
t' enough to be cocksure that It won'tI & the thing and then England -

;: want you to get me straight. Able clicked his tongue ," She twitched at the skirts of her virtually monopolized all futuredevelopment

The last vestige'of his smile was "Benny, your way of doing' things cloak Irritably and glared at the old with '-a few European
' scares me Why, this can't on. Itmustn't
: go
justice though he
as were
a gone by then. He stood spread-legged, a sworn nations helping. -
hands locked: behind his balk, eyes I I It's your own affair, for sure, enemy instead of a friend. We think: the London museum hasa

boring into Brandon's.gaze. when he tried to shoot you down, but "What ails her [is shock. She atn't grand exhibition. But many Americans -
maybe, perhaps possibly I'm: going to
"I'm not Interested in-" got over the shock;; yet and every' time we believe, could wish that

"But you'll 1 listen You'll listen or beg you to be careful. So long as De his name.--or 'thlng'.else about him Is r I Il Mr. Orville Wright, who loaned: the

I'll choke you until you'll beg -for the laney's In the country you've got to mentioned It sets her off again. She'll \I first plane, would have it brought

opportunity to listen, Brandon You'll keep low. Get back to camp ; stay get over it, give her time. But then back to Its old home nest.-New

listen to me this morning and It'll be there ; let us pick some man 1 can she'll be so humiliated to think she York-Telegram.

the first and last time."I trust to follow Bart and Brandon night didn't use her reason that she won't be {

know a great deal. I can prove and day so you'll not be caught !i" herself for another spell. Andshe should l J.gj

but little. I know that you !started:' In "No.", Ben shook his head resolutely.] he herself now There ain't any time to

to run me out by sending Duvnl to "I'll RO on about my business as I lose. She should patch up her misunderstanding -

clean u# my camp. Next, you triedto should. I've never run yet and don't with him right; today S \ ETA PAIR OF

cripple my operation by having a like; to start any fast foot work;; now." right this hour-and use her Influenceto Coleman Mantles

: "But It's your life t lat'," at slake, persuade him to keep low. But how
firebug touch off the mUl. Next: ; you. 1
'or some of your men stole a piston Ben Don't be silly. That's what reck- It's to be done I'd like to know. For "Homer, in, Which One of Them a LAST LONGER .

head out of the express-" lessness is: down light silly! That's Lord's sake, Able, ain't you_ got a sin. Nasty Places Does This Lydia S MADE STRONGER ;

"Don't go too far, young man !I" not like you. Why, not raking precautions gle suggestion?" Woman Live?" GIVE MORE LIGHT

"I won't. The pits of h-1 are the In this thing [Is like monk<''ying' The justice had been stuffing lightwood for 2 genuine High Power
with a high tension wire." For by Aunt Em's side moved the woman SEND
into, his stove during this. Now
Use
inside limits for you, Brandon Mantles. them on your
"After that, you' timed it nicely and "No good, Able. I couldn't hold up lie touched a match to the tinder, Lydia, collar of her fur coat high gasoline pressure lamp or lantern. Let
head if I hid out after the I've about hen face as If to hide the tracesof made
blew up my ,trestle. You almost had my play opened the drafts and stood with hands them prove that they are stronger,
made:' tears which hastily applied powder last longer, give more light. Lowestcost
him
behind rusty overcoat unbuttonedand
us two or three times. But you flopped ,
So Able was forced to give up aftera could not eradicate. to use. Just the right size, shape .{
The Hoot Owl Is up on its knees, will drooping! deep In thought
and for and better
time and shuffled up the street, draw Tears from those hard eyes? Noth- weave longer light- l
be on its feet In n mouth if we keep : "It's difficult to get anyone In her ing service.
ing off his mitten again and rubbing ing less For women know women
going and_ it'll]] be sitting on the world state to use reason. Maybe the shockof Coleman Mantles are always fresh; guaranteed -
his face briskly with his palm. and before Aunt Em had talked to this
by the time breakup hlts us. All knowing that Ben's life [Is In danger quality. Dealers everywhere recom-
He had, only reached his office and outcast five minutes she had discov- mend them. The name"Coleman"stamped
you'\e done to the job has only would be a counter irritant to this on the mantle protects you against substitutes -
was unlocking the door when Aunt Em, ered the weakness In her shame, the
Send 10(4 in stamps or coin to coverpostsge
helped It."That's. other shock. Maybe not. If the affairof
walking grimly as if with a definite purpose clean spot left in her heart. And how and handling. You'll get your two
that! Next you try to get last week could be cleared up, If sample Coleman mantles promptly. Send
approached. Emma Coburn could talk She talked
that if Dawn could be shown that this Lydia today. [6135]
me, thinking, probably, you
"Good morning" he began. that clean spot to a growing[ glowing,
knock the skipper off the bridge the woman was only carrying out a plan THE COLEMAN LAMP STOVE CO.
glorious She talked out
"Forget the palaver, Able Armitage! thing. Lydia
craft will founder for certain. You're But I wonder ." Factory Boo: OOee W'CHITA,KANs.,Dept.WU13S
the woman said sharply "You're In of her house, across the tracks;; ; talked
wrong, there. You can't lick my men, Aunt Em stiffened in her chair. She
her into that slow unashamed almost
trouble. So are we all maybe. That'swhy ,, ,
;
because too for looked hard Able and her Train the MemoryThe
they're many you ; youcan't at eyes narrowed -
I came.to see you. Is [It true what flagrant march up the main street ;
the Hoot Owl : trifle. secret of popularity Is alwaysto
stop by getting me a
they say that this Hed Bart Delaney talked;; her out of all but one look of
out of the picture. But if you wantto "You see," he resumed, "if the remember what to forget.
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misgiving at the windows of NicholasBrandon's
has showed up here in TIncup ,
keep on trying, It's you own funeral. girl-"
offices. And around
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true as disease or death or anything -
I've only one thing to ask;; of you : try else unpleasant." "Hold on, Able Armitage !I" she cut the corner and [in beneath the hem-

to play the white man, Brandon, and hand in
in holding up a warning.
locks which whispered above the
"That's what I'd heard I Do I haveto snug
fight your own fights guess why he's come?" "Hold on, now I I've got to think. white house. They entered, where

His face was dark with rage, now, Able untied his scarf and shook his Got to think, I tell you And I can't Dawn McManus had hidden since the

and he emphasized his last words by head sadly. think while you carry on your gabble woman's words sent her flying from

downward thrusts of clenched hands You leave me alone, now. Keep
"No, Em. Your first guess will be the dance hall to the sanctuary of
along his thighs. your tongue still.! .They say awoman's Aunt Em's understanding arms
right. And he, took a shot at Benny
Brandon smiled lightly. yesterday !" tongue Is hung In the middle S a I

"You're a queer young man," he remarked "And missed, I'd judge from the look and loose at both ends. But All the way out to camp Dawn

"You, dream In broad" day of him just now. But If he's still herethere'll rum ." As she pressed one hand snuggled close against Able in his worn

light _and with your eyes open. be a next time; and he won't over her eyes her words dwindled to old buffalo coat Now and again she

"A peculiarly detailed. dream, Bran- unintelligible mumblings. trembled bit she cried
miss then. Did you do your duty and a ; once softlya
don I've said all I have to say about send the boy to some safe place "I've got it !" she cried excitedly few minutes. But much of the time .....'

the job and about myself but there is Able sighed and told her of his taj after a moment. "I've got It, now she talked.: Those Golden Dream!

another matter left to be mentioned with Ben. You stay right here, Able! You stay "To think It was the man I used to Air castles may be cheap or they .

while I'm !here. I won't even utter "So you couldn't make him listen to until I came back. If it works, it call Uncle who. did that thing!I" she may cost a fortune.

her name In your hearing, hut any man reason !I" she muttered. "Well if you works;; If It don't, it'll be timeto cried. "Why haven't you told me,
who would Iull-a trick ,like;; you did and !" Able? haven't warned ?"
can't I can't. And us falling, there's talk..some more Why you me

Involve a girl Brandon, a snake's only one other who would have a ghostof She moved resolutely to the door, left "What he's done, what he's been,

belly is sky-high compared to you I" a show." the office and strode, down the street. what he [Is, were no things for you,

And that touched the wellspringsof "Dawn?" People of Tincup watched her pass ; Dawn, girl. I've Just tried .. .to Why

rage that had been dammed back until She nodded. "Dawn could. But she people she had known for years! spoke stand between you and many unpleasant 4 do ? .
the moment. you spray
won't.-.he won't go to him now. to her and drew no response, not even things. You've had your share as ,
"You ,fool !" the said FOR RESULTS /
man heavily. She wouldn't even listen to me talk so much as a glance or a nod. On past [It was

The words came like the first break in about him, she's in such a state She'sup the bank;;, the post office, the pool room. "1 could have stood this one more," Will a cheap quality spray

a levee ; slow sluggish[ words. to the ears in love with Ben Elliott On beyond all the stores, on she replied, stoutly enough. "It hasn't do the jobrrwos-

And then, like the following toss of or I've got three legs And thento down to the depot. been so bad these last few years, know- What's the answer?

foamwas the frothing rage [In his have that scandalous woman do I There, on the platform, she stood along Ing that everybody thinks; my fathera REFUSE SUBSTITUTES, KILLS

scream. "You fool I'll drive you out what she did and upset It all !I" interval staring ,across the tracks murderer. I'd' Just gotten myself Demand

of this country I'll hang your opera- I above that and now and now .* FLY TOX

tion, up for the crows to pick I'll "What now?" Able asked gently, SPIDERS &
string the bones of this SYNOPSIS .
timber and
She looked at him through tears,
jour own bones across this country !I" TO BE CONTINUED.

lie swung his arms in wide, wild ges- Ben Elliott-from "Yonder"-arrives at the lumbering town of TIncup, with
tures. Don Stuart, old, very sick man whom he has befriended. Nicholas Brandon, Training Racing Pigeons -
He the town's leading citizen, resents Stuart's presence, trying to force him to leave, WNU-7 335:
stopped, sobbing for breath, and Training British racing pigeon!!!,
and Elliott, resenting the act, knocks him down Judge Able Armitage hires
his teeth clicked! ;; in an agony of pas- him to run the one lumber camp, the Hoot Owl, that Brandon has not been ableto nowever thorough, does not entirely

sion. grab. This belongs to Dawn McManus, whose father has disappeared with a account for the homing Instinct. One Does 1 ur Mirror Reflect.

"Dawn? Not mention her nnrnc? murder charge hanging over his head. Brandon sends Duval to beat up Ben, theory Is that when a bird Is taken ,I
and Ben throws him| out of Don Stuart dies, leaving letter for Elliott"to Rcughfimply? UseCUIICURA
camp.
Well, I will. She's mine, you from the loft a kind of Invisible elastic -
be used when the going becomes too tough. Ben refuses to open the letter,
fool, body and soul I She's been mine believing he can win the light by his own efforts. Fire breaks out In the mill. or magnetic influence Is set' up, S

for years. ., Because she smiledat Ben, when the flames are subdued discovers It was ,started with gasoline. Elliott which draws the racer Irresistibly back

you, because she played with youdon't gets an offer for logs, that will provide money to tide him over. But a definite from wherever It Is released. Pigeonsof
time is set. Ben discovers Dawn McManus is not a child as he had supposed Anoint the affected parts with
think she's Interested the second generation bred In the
fool I ,
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which the
Hoot
but a beautiful young woman. The railroad bridge over Owl Cnticura Ointment. Wash off
She's-" lumber must pass Is blown up. By superhuman efforts Ben builds a new bridge same loft appear to have this power after a short time with Cutieura

He swayed backward: as Elliott and himself drives! the train over the rickety structure to TIncup, malting! the more highly developed than others. Soap and hot
lurched toward him, but their bodies delivery with only a few minutes to spare. Brandon compels a woman (knownas The most:}; expert fanciers are at a loss water and continue
"Lydia") who Is In his power, to accuse Elliott of misconduct with a girl. bathing for seycral minutes. Pimples
did not lock. At a dance to which Elliott escorts Dawn LYdia makes public her charges. to explain a well-authenticated case, rashes and other distressing

White and trembling, Ben stayed Overwhelmed, Elliott can only make a feeble denial. Dawn apparently believ- where a brood of pigeons, hatched out eruptions are quickly soothed and
bis own rush. ing him guilty, leaves the dance without waiting for him. While In the woods in an English loft flew straight to that a condition established
r.lllott Is fired and dead but his fall has been a which -con
on, drops, seemingly ruse to
"No I Don't want to brawl loft having never previously set eyes duces
to
healing.
be Red
make his enemy believe him dead. The would-be, killer Is proved to Bart
over her," he choked. "But if you men Delaney, notorious desperado on Britan.-l\1onh.eal[ Herald
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ri -{) -hand performance' ,.was I ..frock-. Make. itIn; ( :novelty cotton,

Western N.wepap.r Uofoe well" --. -. lady .'or gen"tlemnnlend me', frockI : 'pfd then- make, It --again.! In
.... ,tbe! 'conjurer comIng ...silk.;crepe for. .an < afternoon frock!

11II i r",)1: FINNEY OF THE FORCE *2iS5a,; Calling the ] ad footlights.one,"' shouted a man In r .'. !frock-'or' -This :pattern nearly will..makVacharming"a.ny', : .sum.me.r [daytime -

n -- : : ;""youM. "av'*ad' It before occasiQn -Its, llnesarepartlc-,, ;

:.. : COME ON (EZ-N I.P. J fclSHT-OFFICER-BUT: : FIRST ::: ', ''''."' ."r". '",, '.:-'I!:.1't,'>; :' :i ;, ularly good-for the "not-to -slim"
.' ME..1AKE. (ER vlc1 M rcALL YOUR: AT1EN lON -ro 1tiE: .. : I, figure. Moreover, it caribe run up
I 1- 'fo 'fr RoRSp1Tl.E / THAT HE: V/ASf4''f EAR'THE: n : : 'm.....Dliife-r.J. .1.I j before .the..clocks jnov' g-rounttsJoTe
; !'. / WHEN HE, STeppED IM ; i( call; people)} .out to: pe both versions of the flattering ool-
,, c :SE&'' BJbeYI., o;! ;,in some lar. Pleated sleeves a kick pleat,
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i I1 Illfiil 1 IiLi n /'',, ,, -,.,;,,; -I't,] : .t, ;; and 'cleverly'placed fullness 'all con-
' I' .' .Senator, .Sorghum. ;'The"'i tribute to: thecharmTwo or -three
'-. : ;ts' to let-.! :itrocks"-of": this pattern, will, prove
I V/ ::::::::: -grade <; m.tale'.tlieir.1 classics In your>wardrobe. i i is
f _. OpHI ET '" :"! :.i-'r ; s Pattern,2315.is, available.; In,{tslzes
) ',' I 34, 36, 38, 40. 42, .44 and ,46-. 'SizeSGtakesr4'yards
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Now'"if':: there'-vereflve'e .. ; in.structious4ncluded. -
Il r 'arid' i killed I one,: how,( .< .. ., .
isn't"A be left? I i ,I" :.SEND,.FIFTE N CENTS (lac) In
e{, dead one sir. > 1- CPJns orstamps; (spins, [ preferred: ) ,for

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I 'BE' 601N' INTO i ; ,. "
'"'tHA7"La'CEI2.:==- FURRST gUT LOOK ." rr I .I I I" '- BUSINESS I- !, ,. ..
OFFICER.HE'5
we'L.lSEe HOW BAD \ .: "Do1'youi' think business is-good?"
HE" BE" HURRT THEM TR.VIMr o FRAMEMB. "Beyond a doubt," answered Mr.

; FOIMD OUT wIo-iO"'s I/ t's"( ..WlttCSl'' G7 \ ; ; Dustjin! jSJax. ?,: "Onr 'jaatura.1re. -
sources are enormous and "so are
.. / : 1 -FAULTIT...$E, _J, I .. !OVER To ZONE// >: the requirements of the people.
SAFETY Pp rYH --
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<< can't, ...u'se', your'ppem' ,but, .: Conductor ((6n'traIriTciur',
address.! .
your ?miss"l! 11i II" -w--! ;
( don't take the poem 1. I -'Young 'Lady1 Oh,"' thank-(you I' Do
11lliUI:0 any address. I 1.' you'really] .think -so'f
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Effective :: ".- <.11"! SoftPedalI. I ': "
rjrbu rteif i Cyril I'll Jut "What's your name?'": '."" '' '
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:'will'lf. ,' h'e"" raMFried"tikt: -. "M-M--M-M-M-M-Mabel.'!.. -" '
.-" ." ,""I'll:: call-you Mabel for short."-
-- :=:: NoVT'dTd: 'better than Pearson's 'Weekly,
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the girl.] -Stray Stories IR
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:; "The sentimental rewards of fame She was a nice old grandmotherbut '
sure, asked the woman, '
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-- rare: but slight, said the ready-made shocked every time she heard her ;
plant will bloom In
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granddaughter use two particular -' "
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:;;;> "I've noticed that said SenatorT"SorghumV""Out words. Finally the old lady?; summoned -
: ma'am5 answered the
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;.. have been : It. doesn't, _bring it right. :
;poorest dogs named after along this line. f" i i"Iv .... I I" : I
.;- v the greatest celebrities history.'.'' wish-you would do me a real fa- .. I

: vor, dear," she said. "Promise: ,meyou'll :the Kids ..
Laughed
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Manager
never use two words again.
.. Friend-Do you own the house you One Is swell and the other lousyL"%; : only was chewing gi he- ).c
: gtn.s ,the rules but R,
Uve in? "Sure, I'll] promise, grandma, .:;what :
.< Man-I used to ." / I out In the aisle. i
i ? are the words? ;' i iCan't < ., .Cucumber-You kno v teacher ,' thundered,
Ii'riend-What do you mean-"used ,: .' ,wouldn't mind being ;
to"? Did you sell It? Trust Anybody :-' ;; always accuse me of .In''out..of yourmouth apd.

.. Man-No, I I, got married, "I don't know,1"; sighed,,Jones, "nojvadays" i;
l : one can't.' trust anybody." _.' ': Done 'to a
: BRIGHT LIGHTS "Now. what'sh' ( d. Failed Her
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wife.. ;. ,'- / :;i-.: I K'na'ggj; His wife' : ; .then, hejsaldlwas'ia-, )
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"The tobacconist gave me a bad half- tinder and hey've. { iic: I ; : -i! j ,
crown ,jiiimy' ; change this morning.". .yearsl: r P: I Whatndoes that-mean?" era1VAFTE
;/"Let me see It." Ile-J-Tend'er know-but-1..slapped tits
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'"I ..can't; I gave It to the waitress after she's kept him'in : r ; be\ot the safe !sIde 1' :
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"Congratulate 'me; Freddy. Last "What's the matter' will the .world. come'. : j, JN"
-- -- night your sister promised to marryme. looks glum.' ?
It was certainly kind of you to1ght ." i "He's been protesting knows.: I '
1.\I I \ \ .'': ...*.!': e.: ?. .: homes. ;:.:met"Mr-Fire-' : ""Why.; she::::promised.:mother she'd All didn't know she hadn't il better play I "
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Goverrnment to Take:.....- LaBELLE NEWSMrs. turned last week 'from a six weeks drews and attended the LaBelle day afternoon.
visif in with her mother.Mr. .
Virginia' High School. Winston Rider returned last week

--- and Mrs. Roscoe Miller and Mrs. L. W. Turner entertained in from a visit in Georgia with his

(Continued from page 1) W. E. Hull and Mrs. Charlie sons, Nigel and Roger made a trip honor of her huusband L. W. Turner grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Reeves.

Act. Yoemans visited with Mrs. J. P. Hull to Fort Myers Wednesday.The with a surprise birthday party at {Tw--"_ .
J. Ilardin Peterson M. C." in Pelda Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. board of stewards of the Methodist their homo in LaBelle last Saturday .. "
C. Evans made a business Church held a meeting at night. The guests included: Mr. and
The portion of levee yet remain- trip to Fort Myers Wednesday the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley. Mrs. Clayton Achison, Mr. and Mrs. I You Wreck 'Em
ing to' be built is in the vicinity of Emory Curry, who is working in Richards at Fort Denaud Saturday .1 H. A. Murphy, :Mr. and Mrs. Edwards -

Okeechobee City and extends from Pahokee, visited in LaBelle during night. The members who attendedwere I Mrs. Hatch, of Fort :Myers, We Fix 'Em
River to the Martin
the Kissimmee fifteen this week. He will. return to his : C. W. Alford, pastor, Mrs. M. ;' Miss Inez Sylvester Miss Freda Ma-I I
county line, approximately work Monday. J. Bush, Mrs. Mary Dreyer, Mrs. F. : gill, Miss Ll.lla.Jones, Blitz Weg-, PAINTING BODY AND
miles. Survey crews have been at Mrs. C. E. Royer is expected to Watts Hall and Ralph Hendry. j I man, Jack Lewis J. W. Hampton FENDER WORK
work in that vicinity for several return to her home in LaBelle either Misses Dorothy and Edna Lloyd Howard Murphy Derril Edwardsand I TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY
it is that it will
probable
weeks and Saturday or Sunday._ She has been were the guests of Miss Sara 'Town- Tommy Jones.
be built early in 1936. visiting in Warren, Ohio, with her send at her home in Felda the latter I Boots Curry of Pahokee visited I
Lieut. Richardson Selee, in direct I Done by An Expert
mother. part of last week. with relatives and friends in La-
projectfor
of the Okeechobee
charge stated this Mrs. S. L., Stewart and children, "Miss. Madge Hull, Mrs. Fred Case, Belle over last week-end. Courteous Service
U. S. ;
the Engineers,
week that for the present the main- David, Allen and Nancy made a trip Miss Edna Moon and Mrs. Wade I Harry Aiken and E. Wf. Hull motored -II Work Guaranteed.

tenance of the levees will be done to Fort Myers Tuesday. Hampton and daughter, Marie, madea I to Brooksville Saturday. They I Prices Reasonable.
with the present force now employed Among those from LaBelle who trip to Fort Myers Saturday.Mrs. were accompanied back to LaBelle
and that no special maintenance attended the show at the Arcade Anna Pettee and George L. Sunday by Mr. Hull's wire, Mrs. E. I PIONEERService

force will be put to work until the Theatre in Fort Myers Sunday night Pettee were called to Chicago be- W. Hull, and children, Johnny and
project is completed stated that were: Misses Dorothy and Mildred cause of the illness of Miss Sara Billy, and Mrs. Hull's father Mr. Station
the; greater part of the maintenance Hill, Woodrow Parsons, Malcolm II I Pettee. They left LaBelle Monday Lowman, who will make a two
BELLE GLADE PHONE 10
would be required in the first two McQueen Paul Waters and Julius I and motored to Fort Myers where. weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hull.
or three years following the com- Moon. i I they left by train. Miss Katherine Curry and Emory Wrecker Service at All Hours

pletion of a section of levee. During Mrs. Corrine Forrey and Mrs. Among those from LaBelle at Curry shopped in Fort Myers Mon .. ....=
i George Poole and daughter, Doris,
that time most of the shrinkage will Fort Myers Beach last Sunday were:
are spending this week at Fort My Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doughtery and
failedto
have taken place grass which
grow when first planted could bo :ers Beach. children Buddy and Margery; Mis. I '

re-planted, washes from heavy rains Mrs. Drew' Hampton and Mrs. M. W. Blanton, E.. E. Goodno, Mr.

could be filled and sodded over and Sam Carson motored Mrs. Carson's I and Mrs. C. C. House, R. J. Moon,

rip-rap added where wave action mother Mis. Emma Weekley toFort II Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hill and daugh- HAY FEVERASTHMA

indicated it was needed. However I Myers last Sunday.Joe ters, Esther Mildred and Doroth'yVallace ;

there will always remain a great Greenberg was taken to Lee \ Aiken, Julius Moon, Paul
deal of maintenace work and it is Memorial Hospital in Fort Myers I "'''atersVioodrow( Parsons and Malcolm -

probable that a rather large crew of I Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Green- McQueen.Mrs. and SUMMER COLDS
workers will be employed. The cost Ito berg is the manager of Phillips' Spencer Aiken and Mrs. are .,

the Drainage district would have |!Department Store. He has just recently Oliney O'Bannon were among the unnecessary. Complete relief only $1.00 ,- fj.r.
been tremendous and the item of' moved the store to LaBelle LaBelle shoppers in -Fort Myers last .
Postpaid. Nothing else to buy. Over -
taxation to carry on the work would from Clewiston.Mrs. Friday. '

have been a great burden on every F. R. Maxwell and Mrs. W. Mrs. Charlie Heaton of Bartow is 40,000 HOLFORD'S WONDER IN- :
property owner.A C. Hooker of Clewiston visited with visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Andrewsfor .
HALERS sold last alone. Mail t
Mrs. Roscoe Miller Thursday mornIng Mrs year $1.00
large share of the credit for two weeks. : Heaton is Mr. .
passing this legislation is said to be- -t Andrew's sister. She formerly livedin today for full season's relief to THE
long to Congressman Peterson and Mrs. Louis, the county nu-rse. re- LaBelle with Mr. and Mrs. An-
DANDEE CO. 14 North Sixth St.
to Geo. B. Hills engineer for the Y

Flood Control District since its in-I MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA write
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ception. Together with other Flor- NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS
for Free
ida congressman they have worked Booklet.

long and faithfully to have this tax '
Notice is hereby given that the Board
burden lifted from the shouldersof of County Commissioners of
Hendry County, Florida, has prepared, as required by law the following
taxpayers: in Glades, Hendry: estimates of the
necessary and ordinary expenses of the various funds
Palm Beach Martin Broward, Collier of Hendry County, Florida, contemplated for the fiscal year commencing

Dade Monroe, Okeechobee, October, 1st, 1935, and ending September 30th, 1936. I t o[= t1 '\
Highlands and St.Lucie counties ,
which make up the Okeechobe GENERAL REVENUE FUND I ;' "

Flood Control District. I 211 County Commissioners mileage ......_.................................$ 370.00 ,
I 212 Clerk of the Board salary .....m..u..o.._.....-.:.. 1,500.00 r
219 Attorney to the Board and Sheriff .;..-._....._....................:_.. 1,580.00 1
Unit System of-. 221 Clerk Circuit Court Rocording and General"Court Work 100.00 ;

224' Tax Assessor, Commission ........:...:....:...:.:..;:.:..:....'........... 1,600.00. Igf Why Delay???
-tContinued 225 Tax Collector, Commission .- 1,000.00

( from page 1) 241 Maintenance of Court House ....:.......:.._........:.....................: 1,400.00
around experience 261 Elections and Supervisor of Registration ............................ 950.00 ,\ } 1
as a carpenterand 262 Legal Advertising ....-.m..u........................ 200.00
general worker making him 269 Stationary Printing, Recording Books Lights, 15k

well fitted, not only to keep the Telephones, Insurance and Incidentals ..000....................... 2,360.00
building clean but also in making 341 Maintenance of Jail ........................... .71................... ....... 200.00 In Building Your Home r
necessary minor repairs. 537 Maintenance of Cemetery .............:..................--....._......m... 300.00
Parents of children living in oth- 562 Insanity Inquest .............................:..:................................... 100.00
er counties and sending their child 563 General Welfare .. ............................_............ 2,300.00 H UfaY.
ren to schools are asked to make i 699 Contingencies and Emergencies, ....:..-................................ 1,000.00 '
arrangements for their tuition. I 1 fi* .

$4.00 per month will be charged 114,960.00
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND I If jon own the. lot, have a monthly income of five
pupils in elementary grades and 321 Clerk Circuit Court, Fees and Costs ...-.................:..........$ 300.00 I
$6.00 for high school. 323 County Judge Fees and Costs .--............_......._......:__........... 1700.00
" Miss Evelyn Burhaus; of LaBelle, 324 Justice of the Peace, Fees and Costs ..-............................. 300.00 times the amount of the, payment on the' loan required to I
' who was elected to teach in the 325 Sheriff, Fees, costs, jail guard and commission. ................ 5000.00
:" elementary school at LaBelle sent 326 Constables, Fees and Costs ................_.........................::.... 500.00 fg
.:. her contract back unsigned stating 329 Other Court Costs and Fees ..'..........................._._.......:........ 1,100.00 finance the construction, get in touch with us and we will
F::. that she had accepted a position in 361 Coroners Inquest, Fees and Costs .........._.................:_...... '200.00 / -
: another county. Her successor will 362 Feeding and care of Prisoners ................._._..........!,_........... 2,400.00
: be 699 Contingencies and Emergencies ...'.................................._.. 500.00 r be pleased to take jour application, submit it to the housing -
named as soon as possible. .. I .
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;; Bender Explains'J:; ROAD AND BRIDGE ''FUND 12000.00 I institution and give rOll a report within two weeks.

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k : 411 County Commissioners Road Inspection =............-;......-.......$- 3,000.00 "
: '. 412 Labor'on Roads and Bridge Tender!! ..?............................ 16,000.00
, (Continued from 442 Road Machinery and Equipment .:-......................... .:.......... 2,500.00 AVlien. loan has been approved you may sign a note and

page 1) 449 Rent of Equipment ........,....................._.........?:-........:.,......... I'.OOO.OO ... .
E.-- service without remuneration, but 461 Road Material .............-...........................................:............ 3,000.00 ... -. ". I '. -:.; '. m
' that it was planned to use convict 463 Payment to Cities and Towns ....._._.m..uo........................:.. 150.00 order jour mateiials." T
r; labor from the state farm so far as '469 Supplies and Expenses ..-................?.....................:.:............ 2,000.00! 6 ; <*-, 'J.'
r. possible. No one will be allowed to 699 Contingencies and Emergencies .......................:....: :: ..,... 2,350.00 8: :. ::{ ?_**A*&> *:A'- r',*; ...

t: burn ,anything without a permit ,, > %""- i
. from the warden in his county. Penalties 30000.00
t. for....violation of the law PUBLICITY,FUND aai
::: to a year in the penitentiary.rangesup or 685 Moneys to be Expended for Publicity Purposes ................$ 1,000.00 ftI ."'0 hayc'a large stock of lumber, both pine and cypress I

.:' $10,000 fine. COURTHOUSE BOND INTEREST AND SINKING FUND ftI .

In reply to the question "What 761 Interest on $89,000.00 Bonds Outstanding ........................$ 5,340.00 cypress shingles; metal and asphalt roofing, brick,
i causes most of the Evergladesfires 762 Bonds Maturing ......................................................:....... .... 6000.00
?" Mr; Bender 'answered that it 763 Commission and Expense_ ..........................._.......-............'.... 20.00
seemed that most of the serious T cement, lime, plaster, doors. windows and, almost anthingneeded
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fires were the result of cattlemen $11,360.00 I .
I HIGHWAY L'pND .INTEREST< AND SINKING FUND
.-- burning off grass for stock. He ex- 761 Interest oil $295,000.00 Bonds Outstanding :...........--......$17,400.00 for thc small home. 1

plained that the most satisfactory I 1762 Bonds Maturing .__........................._............._..:.................... 10,000.00 .
way to fight muck fires was to flood i 763 Commission and Expense ............__................................,....... 100.00 '- ."
y the area and keep-it inundated for
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... three or four days. $27 500.00
Discussion of several matters of SPECIAL ROAD AND BRIDGE DISTRICT NO. 2, ,
;; interest to the Club followed Mr. Interest ami Sinking Fund Where materials arc not in stock we can overnight '
..: Bender's talk. Robbie Smith 761 Interest on 49562.30 Bonds Outstanding ....._.._...........$ 2,646.34 .- get '"
" :.. visitor at the was a 762 Bonds Maturing __........................?........__........__.................... 4,547.00 J
meeting. 763 Commission and Expense ......._............................................_ 6s66 "- H'l'\ice on standard stock materials from the coast towns.
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CASH PRIZE OFFERED
FOR $ 7,200.00
NAMING BUSINESS
SPECIAL ROAD AND BRIDGE DISTRICT NO. 3,
4 Interest and Sinking: Fund '

Mrs. E.. L. Stewart and Mrs M. H. 761 Interest on $4,050.00 Bonds Outstanding ........................$. 243.00 iI
Crouch, who last week bought the 762 Bonds Maturing ................_......................__............._........:.... 405.00
:: stock and fixtures of the Clewiston 763 Commission and Expense .........__....._____........-..................... 2.00
: Drug Company are offering a cash a s
.. prize of five dollars to the person $ 50.00
3E who presents the best name for their Notice is further given that the Board of County Commissioners of WellsmRoyal lumber 1
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new: business which will be operated Hendry County, Florida, will at Its next regular meeting on Tuesday, I ?
September 3rd, 1935, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., consider and act upon the I
as a confectionary rather than a foregoing estimates, and as adopted the same shall constitute the fixed
drug store. expenditures for and against general funds above mentioned, for the r
. Tickets are being distributed fiscal year commencing' October 1st, 1935 and ending September 30th,
..r. about town and you are asked to 1936. Company
. write the name on the ticket which DONE AND ORDERED by the Board of County Commissioners of I
you think best fits the business Hendry County, Florida, in special session, this the 12th day of August, yi
keep the numbered stub and drop A. D. 1935. 1 Pahokee, Florida Clewiston Florida
(SEAL) DAVID ALSTON, ,
the ticket into a box at the store Chairman 'PHONE 2:>01 'PHONE S8S
The ladies will choose from the lot i k
Attest: William T. Hull,
'the name they like best about the j Clerk.

!first; of September. August 16-23-30, 1935. ;.. ;";'''1' -- ,--=-. .


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