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Creation Date: August 30, 1935
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I r VOLUME 9, NUMBER 33 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1035 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR

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: CIRCUIT COURT WILL Barwick Is Truant $8,000 IN F. H.. A. R. Selee Receives P.-T. A. DISCUSSES ,,'J


Officer and Coach Captain's Commission '

I ; CONVENE IN LABELLE LOANS APPROVEDIN PLANS FOR SCHOOL ;

Lieut. Richardson Selee who has

ON SEPTEMBER 16THHon. "Skeeter" Barwick has been nam- THIS VICINITYThe in the past been in charge of the BAND AT MEETINGA

; ed by the county school ,board to Clewlstqn sub-office of the U. S.

act as truant officer for the Clewis- Engineers, was this week replacedby

Roy D. Stubbs, state attorney ton district during the coming school Wells-Royal Lumber Company Capt. Richardson Selee, with the special meeting of the Parent- .
term and also'to serve as athletic arrival of the formal notice of his Teachers "
this"week, announced that ap Association was held last
spent several days in LaBelle coach In the school.
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proximately $8,000 had been received promotion from Washington.The Friday night in the high school au-'

this week, investigating cases and "Skeet" known to everyone in by applicants for loans under promotion came through a ditorium for the purpose of discuss-

doing preliminary work in prepar- Clewiston. He Is a graduate of the Title I of the Federal Housing Act recent act of Congress which pro ing plans for the formation of a

ation for the regular fall term of Wauchula High School, was a four- in this territory and that applications vides that-any ,first lieutenant, after school band here during the school

the Circuit Court. letter man, starred in every branchof now in process of approval ten years service following his grad term. The P--T. A. decided several

athletics and was All-State end uation from the United States Mil "
should more than double this amount weeks ago that they would sponsor 1

Court will convene at 10 o'clocka. one year while playing on the Wau- in a short time. Many of the itary Academy at West Point will the band and have been working

m., Tuesday, September 16, with chula football team. He will coach loans have been granted to Clew- automatically become, a captain. since that time in an attempt to get ,.

Circuit Judge George W. Whitehurst basketball, baseball, diamondball, iston residents and some of them Captain Selee had had fourteen or everything in readiness to start as

presiding. boxing and track and hopes to en- have already begun making improvements 'fifteen years service when the act soon after the opening of school as .:-,

courage a great amount of interestin and modernizing their was passed Lieut. P. A. Feringa, possible. Details of financing the
Following is the list of names
each of these sports this year. homes and places of business. acting' district engineer in( Jacksonville purchase, of instruments and ,other

drawn for jury duty. Eighteen The school board has announcedthat was also promoted to captaincy. matters were discussed and it was .
to be drawn by Judge White- Dexter Saunders, of Miami, rep-
names,
' the truant law will be strictly decided that a committee be appointed -
resentative of the Federal Housing
( hurst will serve as grand jurors, the More than \4,000 officers will be
enforced this year because they feel to make a survey of the
''I Administration was a visitor here
remaining. eighteen will make up the affected by this act, Capt. Seleestat
that every child should benefit from town to determine how many children -
this week. Mr. Saunders recently
petit jury: the school work and without any Kiwanis s, which also provides for second would be interested in joiningthe
appeared before the Clewiston -
Donald Busch, desire to work: hardship on anyone.In lieutenants becoming first lieu band and whether or not their
Club in the interest of this
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E. B. Hull, case of need, where the child is work and will make regular trips tenants after three years service.' parents would be willing to finance

Frank Dietrich, so poorly clothed as to feel conspicuous Lt. W. H. Mills will receive his commission the instruction. ,;
into this territory to_attempt to interest
Ralph Hendry, in the schoolroom as captain next spring upon
( arrange- residents in'taking advant- A committee composed of Mrs. E.
\C.;: W. McDonald, ments will be made to the completion of ten years service
outfit them
.. age of this loan method of making W. Digges, P.-T. A., president, Mrs.M. .
:j C. E. Weaver, .. : :,.{ properly. needed repairs or in building new since leaving W/est Point. R. Lawler and Mrs F. M. Moltz
W. T. Maddox, -'' :f.2
<, homes. He states that while most of was appointed to go to Palm Beach
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M. H. Crouch, \: ,. Crop ,Loan ApplicationsMay the loans so far made have been the Beardsley and Schiffli and obtain data as' to the cost of
Tim Kirtland .
., ". y, short term loans under Title I that. the sixteen instruments which will
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Bill L.w.Simmons:. Willis,, .,}V' :7;:-' .- Be Made in LaBelleTruck every effort is being made at this Speak to( KiwaniansNo be needed for a well balanced band.

The was not complete this.
survey
time to perfect arrangements whereby -
A. G" Carr, "'V.-, : ,
: ': "--- 4. money may be turned loose soon week but so far twenty children
J. F. Tippey, \ ',
-f for loans under the twenty year special had been have been contacted who expresseda
Rimes ,: ,. program pre-
Dolphus' farmers desiring to make
: ? plan' of Title II. pared for the regular meeting of desire to play in the band and
Robert Kirtland : application for
: Emergency Truck
.' ... ., There is little of the usual red the Kiwanis Club Wednesday even- whose parents have agreed to pay
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Roy Lewis, :., Loans'may make application tape to the Title I loans and anyone ing but J. E. Beardsley and Dr. O. the, dollar a week for special instruction
C. E. Miner, : through the office of R. N., Miller
; whose credit rating is good has a i igood F. Schiffli ,filled in the breach in to Prof. Sturchio, of West
Gratton Georgei r.:". LaBelle. Applications will be taken Palm Beach who has to give
.' >}' chance to secure one of these excellent manner, each making interesting agreed
J. S. Stewart, {:.; by Mr. Miller only on Thursday,
member for the
instructions to each
loans. It is believed that many, now short talks.
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Washington Hall, : Friday and Saturday of each. week.
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above amount each week as well as
\ skeptical, will be willing to try for
W. H.. Crawford, To secure the loan the applicant Mr. Beardsley took as his sub-
loans when they see other loans approved free instruction to the band as a
'., : Paul S. Stansell, : must be a truck grower, twenty-one ject "The Gruesome Side of High-

G. S. Creel, years of age o'r over, and be able and the money being spent. way Accidents." Speaking along the group.

s* lines adopted by newspapers of late As soon as the"committees are
A. H. Murphy, to give a first mortgage on his entire

U. R. Tanner, '4..- crops. The crops must be planted ClewistonEngineersLose he described realistically the hor- ready to report another meeting will

C. F. Pascher, .<- during the year 1935. rible side of traffic accidents and be called at the school auditorium.

Raymond B. Hall, Under' the state laws the applicant's 8-4 to SebringThe painted, a picture which will remainfor Any who have not been contactedin
: *'' a long time in the minds of the the survey of the town will be
Ben F. Hall, / : ,-
.."' wife,. where there is one, must
: listeners..'A campaign is being wag especially urged to attend. Although
R. M 'Luckey, :,... join her husband in executing all '
Clewiston-Engineers lost to there will be only sixteen pieces in
Odie Whidden, ed over the country at present to
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papers pertaining to the loan.
j Geo. Heath. the Sebring Firemen, winners of the paint a gruesome, though real, pic- the band it is hoped that fully twiceas

Any applicant living at a distance first half in the Orange Belt League ture of highway accidents in the many will join in order that the

I should come prepared to completehis pennant race, last Sunday afternoonby hone that it may scare motorists to best of- the sixteen may be picked

Army Engineer Studies application; that is, bring his a score of 8-4. The game was drive more carefully and reduce the and there will always be replacements ,

wife and be able to give a general played in Sebring. terrific toll which these accidents in case any of the members

I.i Need for More Levee legal description of the land upon Pop Walker, starting the. game I take every year. move 'away.Officials .

J which he intends to farm.' for the effective -!
engineers pitched a
,
very Dr. Schiffli, at the conclusion' .of are now making arrange-
No applications will be taken af- to start but lost con-
game Mr. Beardsley's talk, gave an inter- ments for financing the purchase
Berkley Blackburn, assistant en- ter September 30, 1935. trol in the fourth to walk three the instruments.
esting account of his vacation trip
gineer from the district office, of The above information is furnished batters, which coupled with a few Ohio from
to Indiana, Illinois and
the U. S. Engineers in Jacksonville by A. W. Coleman, State Super- hits and ragged support from his latter
which he returned the part
was here the first of the week and visor of the Emergency Crop and team mates let in six runs. The Se- of last week. Explanation of

I with other army officers and engineers I Feed Loan Office, whose office is bring team had scored two runs in
The recreation committee reported -
went over the route of the in Tampa. the, second inning. Skin Smith relieved New Game LawsWith
the of the recreation
on
proposed levee between Fisheating progress
Walker in the fifth and held

Creek and Kissimmee River to de- the Firemen scoreless throughoutthe park by the FERA. Good progresswas

l termine the feasibility of the pro- reported, even though slow due
Moore Haven Child remainder of the game.
-.5 to the little time allowed for work shooting dates on ducks,
His will be made
f I ject. report sometime The Clewiston team scored one
each week. Plans were discussed for geese, and brant for Florida fixed
I I in October to Army officials Struck By TruckMoore run in the third inning and in ,spiteof the the Federal Government at No-
moving part of the lights from by
I and if he regards the levee as necessary the tremendous lead which the
when vember 20th to December 19, inclus-
diamondball field to the park
'j steps will probably be taken
Sebring team had rallied in the
the work is completed so that it may ive, interest centers in regulationsfor
i for an early start of construction. ( Haven Democrat) ninth to score three more runs. Max
migratory -
taking these and other game
be enjoyed at night.
,: This section, it is reported, was Audrey Langdale, 5-year old ,Long, on the mound for the Fire- birds.:
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included in the first plan for the I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. men was very effective through sev- and

". Lake levee project but on the advice in en innings and was replaced by Fred I The Commission of Game
Langdale, was a critical condi-
,',. Cases Disposed of advisedof
Fresh Water Fish has been
j '.:" 1 of engineers was later changed and tion at her home last night as the Gleason in that inning. the
: the levee run up the west side of I The Clewiston team will play the the following, applying to
result of being hit by a truck at
In Court
County doves, snipo,
named and to
species
Creek. Since that time
Fisheating the east end of the bridge across Caloosas at Fort Myers Labor Day
residents of the and Bea.rBeach coot and rails: Only a shotgun and
Lakeport
Three-Mile canal a little before four and are trying to schedule a game
be
j sections have been to no larger than a 10-gauge shall
striving
o'clock yesterday afternoon. for this Sunday on the local dia
secure levee protection and Florida mond. (Hendry County News) used in taking them; if the gun is

congressmen have been working diligently The truck, one of the fleet of The county judge's court was heldat automatic qr a hand-repeating, it

in an attempt to have the batch trucks belonging to C. B. CHRISTIANS MOVING the court house Tuesday, August shall be plugged to a 3-she)1) capacity -
Lowe, trucking contractor on the that cannot be removed -
plug
with
-'t 27. a
War Department extend the projectto TO IMMOKALEE:
include this section. That their E. H. Latham job, :was being driven The following cases were dis- and it shall not be sawed off;

by Bub Snell and was going east in of follows: Leondra Hen- shooting allowed before A. M.
work is having effect is evidenced I C. M. Christian, business in posed as no
by Mr. Blackburn's appearance hereto across the bridge. The child was I I dricks vs. Clyde Rendricks, reple nor after 4 P. M.; no shooting of
I Clewiston since 1926, moved a part
study the situation. following her father who was cross- din, continued until next term. State waterfowl or doves over or around
Im-
of his household furnishings to
! __ ing the bridge toward town and ap- and of Florida vs. Jake Edwards, for the baited areas, nor of waterfowl over
mokalee yesterday (Thursday) [
CAPT. LOCKHART INJURED parently ran directly Into the right will into business in that city possession of liquor still, was nol- live decoys; no shooting of any spe-

NEAR, CANAL POINT MONDAY: fender of the truck. Her father turn- next week.go His barber shop here has i prossed. State of Florida vs. Lamar cies of migratory game birds from

ed and saw her just as she was, hit Crawford, for assault and battery, automobiles, motorboats, airplanes,
been leased to G. L. Cantrell who
S Capt. Wilfred Lockhart is recov and did not place any of the blame will take over the management the was nolprossed. State of Florida vs. sinkbox, power boat, sailboat, or

ering this week in Good Samaritan 1 for the accident on the truck driver. first of September.Mr. J. C. Henderson, for larceny of a any boat or craft towed by any of

The driver stated that he was watching bond estreated. State of Flor- these nor may they: be used for con-
Hospital in West Palm Beach from L Christian has owned business hog, ;
injuries received Monday while re another group of children stand- in Immokalee for several ida vs. Slim ,Hay, Mrs. Slim Hay and centrating, driving, rallying or stirring -
ing on the left side of the bridge property Slim was found waterfowl; no shooting froma
pairing a barge for the U. S. Sugai Mary Brown. Hay up
years and was a resident of' that I I
rand
Company at Canal Point. never saw the little girl at all. He has guilty, but Mrs. Slim Hay and Mary 'blind, boat ,or water craft of any
place several recently -
years ago.
Details of the accident or the extent He felt the blow when the truck there to Brown were acquitted by jury. Stateof kind that is more than 100 feet
building
struck completed a
':'; of his injuries have not beer her, however, and stopped Florida vs. Charles Goosby, for from the shore-line, as determinedby
holuse his new barber shop. Mrs.
immediately., of hog acquitted by jury. ordinary high tide or by a con-
learned, a hip injury having beer Christian and the children will larceny a :,

reported as the worst of his injuriesHe She was taken immediately to the probably move the. last of the week, The following attended as jurors: tinuous, natural growth of vegeta-

Is reported doing nicely and ext office of Dr. D,, Mr Draughn and Mrs. Christian being a member of Charles Darcy, Charles Christian, tion above water level. Possessionhas

pects to be home in about ten days examination disclosed a broken the school faculty ,In the Collier M. F. Yoemans, Charles Yoemans J[ been reduced to one day bag

I ; right arm, broken right shoulderand Maurice Taylor, E. T. Reynolds, Lee j j I limit which, on ducks, is 10 in the
county town for the coming term.
Ii I ( JRAVELY-MILLER: NUPTIALS right arm and a ,possible frac- Yoemans, J. B. Thomas, C. D. John\aggregate; geese. and brant, 4 in the'

ture of the skull. Thero were several BOY SCOUTS WILL AGAIN son, M. L. Williams I. L. Fitzhugh.1G. aggregate; doves, 20; coot, 15;

\ Word was received here thii 5: severe bruises and Ucefations but PATROL STREETS NEAR SCHOOL Hines, B. F. Magill. Ben Guy and J[rails (which can be shot only: in salt

\:) week of the wedding of Walter M. those in the head were the worst -- J. H. Booth. '!.marshes in Florida) 15; jacksnipe,

Gravely to Miss Marion Lee Miller, injuries, the fender having apparently Boy Scouts will again patrol the Elmer Cohen, attorney of West 15. Possession in Florida after the

of Miami. They were married Aug- struck her in the back of the streets adjacent to the schoolhouse Palm Beach and Percy Jones, attor- season closes is limited to 5 days.

ust 15, at Ocala, and will make thei::L' head. The broken bones were set during the coming 'scjiool term in ney of Fort ,Myers also attended.He Transportation is restricted as to Ii-,

home in Inverness, where Mr, and the wounds dressed and her removal order that children may safely cross cense. A Florida license is requiredof

Gravely is employed by the stat e to a hospital immediately ad- streets when coming to and from all who hunt and those shooting

road department.The vised by Dr. Draughn. She was taken school. A special button will bo pre- ,who persists in singing of hi migratory waterfowl must purchase

groom is the son of Mr. an 1 to the Arcadia Hospital late last sented to the patrol leader makingthe hard luck, may justly expect to pIa} In addition, a Federal stamp costing

Mrs.. Louis O. Gravely, of LaBelle. i, ,night. Her condition is pronouncedas best showing during the school a solo part in the symphony of life,$1.00. These may be bought at local

:, and has many friends here. critical by Dr. Draughn term. -Ex. -, post offices.r .
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1935



Grass Roots Movement Is DIETARY HABITS All Understand

Given Permanent Form You can't dismiss the human race
NEED FOSTERING
T> EPUBLICANS of the 10 Midwest- simply by calling it slow in under-

ern states that participated in the EARLY IN CHILD standing. w

Grass Roots conference In Springfield,

111., have made the Grass Roots' move-
Nothing is quite so Important to Week's Supply of Postum Free
ment a permanent auxiliary of the
ml health as food. The wellbeing- Read the offer made by the Postum
of Iowa
party. Harrison E. Spengler
a child depends it and his future in another
is its chairman, Mrs. Leslie Wheelerof I on Company part of this pa-
stamina will reflect nutritive per. They will send a full week's supply .
Illinois the vice chairman, and Jo
Oklahoma discrepancIes'in babyhood. of health giving Postum free to
Ferguson of the secretary. '
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The mother who thinks that thereis anyone who writes for it.-Adv.
By Edwar Pickard Michigan, Ohio and Kentucky, not rep-
resented at the Springfield meeting, time enough ahead for correctivediet

.0>, Western Newspaper Union_ have been invited to Join In the mover Is laboring under a. traditional That's Enough ', '

ment. delusion that up until two years of Nothing is so contagious as bad
.
Senators Back Down on to live perhaps, 10 years more. If he age and sometimes longer, milk is manners.
does, he will get back $6,450.
the sum total of everything.
"Soaking"* Small Incomes "When Bill Jones dies this Is what Bl'ack's...Methods in Probe Milk Is the warp and the woof of .

NOBODY liked the new tax bill will happen: ,Resented by Pat Hurley ft what It takes to get through life,
was working on, annual will be
congress "His salary
average HUGO BLACK of Ala- and especially at its beginning. But : Stop Chillsand
and the senate finance committee had multiplied by the number of years he SENATOR
bring out a lot of facts it needs supplementing, because its
hard work'making up its mind as to the paid taxes. In other words, if he dies
In his inquiry into lobbying, but his chemistry is low in a few needed essentials '
fornr It would recom- after he has paid taxes for 45 years, r
altered way of conducting the Investigation Is and the child, set In his all-
mend. First it $1,200 will be multiplied by 45-giving fever!
'. not winning him any milk diet, resists other foods.
almost every provision a total of $54,000. Arbitrarily, the bill
Y
.. of the bill passed by stipulates that Bill Jones' estate shall credit. The house has Doctors Prescribe Varied Foods.

x.. .. the house and changed be entitled to 3J/& per cent of that, or > % all along felt that he Rid Your System of Malaria! J
it from a "soak therich" :; was trying to bully it Doctors long ago recognized the
amount he received In
W : H l,8UG-Iess.any into accepting the utilities value of adding other foods to the Shivering with chills one moment and
measure to one pensions before he died. oneof
t diet of milk in In burning with fever the next-that's
: ; bill "death: sen early babyhood,
which would soak "If Jones dies before he gets back: the effects of Malaria. Unless checked,
k practically every one. $1,890 in pensions, what he actually IA tence" clause and has order to offset future finicky appe- the disease will do serious harm to your

This was done by lowering received Is deducted from $1,890 and been correspondingly tites. Thus the infant of six weeks health. Malaria, a blood infection, calls

:. 4 personal Income the remainder paid to his heirs. If he Si resentful. Various wit- gets his cod-liver oil and orange for two things. First, destroying the infection -
the juice or tomato juice a little later in the blood. Second buildingup
V'N \\O tax exemptions and lives until he gets back: all of the nesses before sen ; ,
*f the surtax in- ate committee have a spoonful or two of prepared vege- the blood to overcome the effects of
starting
$1,890 and more, his heirs get nothing. I
the disease and to further
fortify against
Senator Borah table juice or even the strained
with veg-
felt seemingly
instead ,
creases at $3,000 "If Jones should dIe''before he I attack.
of $50,000.( The latter feature was reaches sixty-five, his heirs would be reason, that they wereP. etable itself. At a period that in Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic'supplies
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proposed by Senator La Follette and Hurley being treated unfairly. the past would have been considered -
entitled to a payment of 3per cent both these effects. It contains tasteless
was adopted to keep him In line. Also, of the total wages on which taxes had One of these witnesses who com- murderous he gets his bit of quinine, which kills the infection in the ,

the Inheritance taxes which President been paid. plained bitterly was Patrick J. Hurley, cereal, part of the yolk of an egg, blood, and iron, which enriches and

Roosevelt had asked for were elimi "For Instance, If he died after ten secretary of war In the Hoover ad- a snack of baked potato and masher] builds up the blood. Chills and fever

nated. years, he would have paid taxes on ministration. He testified that he had stewed fruit.Whatever soon stop and you are restored to health

Protests against Increasing the taxeson $12,000. His heirs would be entitled to received $100,000 from the AssociatedGas today's baby is given, Tasteless and comfort.Chill For Tonic half has a century been sure, Grove's relief ":

little 'Incomes came immediately, 3% per cent of that, or $420." and Electric system In the last should, of course, be absolutely un- for Malaria. It is just as useful, too, as a -

from senators, representatives the Senator Clark of Missouri made a I three years, but Insisted he was paid der the doctor's direction. There is 'general tonic for old and young.Pleasantto

country at large. Senators Borah of brave attempt to save private pension for legal advice only and had done no a difference in babies. take and absolutely harmless. Safe to

Idaho and Norris of Nebraska were systems, but gave up when the prom- lobbying. Hurley was not permittedto But the great truth that many give children. Get a bottle at any drug

among the "independents' who expressed ise was made that house and senate read a prepared statement, and mothers do not know is that chil- store. Now two sizes-50c and $1. The
their Mr. Borah Black's and with at six $1 size contains 2/ times as much as the
disapproval. committees will try during the recessto Interjections questions so dren touchy appetites '
SOc size and gives 25% for
especially was vocal in opposition. He work out a method of preservingsuch angered the witness that' he ,rose to or eight or ten years of age, are you more
your money.
could not see the justice or the wis- of these as are found worthy. his feet and shouted : "Everyone knows the results of fixed preference In

dom of the proposition. all you gentlemen are good prosecu- babyhood. '

"Families with these small Incomesare Farmers Organize Councilto tors 1 Of course, you don't know whatit
Caution Must Be Exercised.
now paying; more than their pro- Is to be fair or just. You try to put MOSQUBYO.ES
Protect Their
portionate share of taxes and at the Rights words Into a witness' mouth. Your Another thing that should be remembered Poison

same time are facing higher prices: for FARMERS who believe; that their questions are all on the type of the is that as milk must be inject

food, clothes, fuel and rents," he1 said. rights are being en- 'Why don't you stop beating your the alpha and omega of his meal, Mosquitoes: live on human blood.

So the committee suddenly reversed croached upon by the administration's wife?' query." therefore the amounts of other Before she can draw your blood,

itself abruptly, rejected the La Fol- I agricultural policies are offered a food given must not be so great however, the mosquito: must first

lette plan by a vote of 8 to 7, and forI chance to get together by the organi- Federal Penal Colony on that the willingness to take milk Is thin: It: by injecting a poison.Thus

the time being at least saved the little zation and Incorporation in Chicago of decreased.The mosquitoes annoy -are dangerous,

Incomes and perhaps a lot of house the Farmers' Independent Council of Rat Islands Proposed doctor will give you lists and spread serious disease epidemics. Don't

members who hope to be reelected.The 'America. Dan D. Casement, a farmerof COL. C. A. SEOANE of the army sig schedules for feeding. My suggestions lake chances. Kill mosquitoes: flies,

bill which the committee voter Manhattan, Kan., is president of : corps has proposed a plan for here are only for one purpose. spiders with: FLYTOXproved best

to report contains new provisions to the body. Stanley F. Morse: South the establishment of a federal penal That is to show "why" and "how", by 10,000 tests.: demand EU
substitutes. ..
compensate for those eliminated from Caroline farmer and consulting agriculturIst colony on the Rat Islands, off Alaska, aversions to needed foods are stare Accept no

the house bill and the estimated rev- is executive vice presidentand and recommended it to the considera ed. Food habits, which mean flavor'IT

enue is only $1,000,000 less. This Is Chris J. Abbott, Nebraska stock-' tion of Attorney General Cummings. habits, have to be cultivated early.
divided in the senate bill as follows: man and farmer and Clyde O. Patterson It would be so'isolated that no guards'

Graduated corporation Income Illinois Jersey breeder, were in- would be required and the prisoners

tax .. ... ... . $ 60,000,000 corporators."To could be left to shift for themselves.The .
Corporation excess profits me there is but one issue, four Rat Islands, near the end
and capital stock taxes 65,000,000 whether we are going to have a con-
Intercorporate dividend taxes 39,000,000 of the Aleutian group, comprise 1,000
stitutional government or have a dicta- STRIKE UP THE BANDs AND GIVE IT A HAND
Increased estate taxes with square miles-and are more than 1,000
related gift taxes. .. .. .. 100,000,000 torial regime," said Charles E. Collins miles from the Alaskan mainland, 2,000 -
Increased surtaxes on incomes Colorado cattleman and president miles from the nearest United States t {

1,000,006 in excess.... ..of...... .. 5,000,000 I of the American Nationil'Live Stock point, and more than 2,000 miles from
association, regional vice president of Hawaii.

Total .. ..... ...... .5269.000.000 the new organization.G. .

The bill thus more closely follows
the demands of President Roosevelt O. P. Defeats New Dealersin Nazi "Housecleaning" Has

than the house measure, with the exception Rhode Island Election Hitler's Full Support

of inheritance taxes which the
,
leaders throughout the HITLER'S silence during
senate committee eliminated. Even REPUBLICAN ADOLF
country were immensely heartened I recently renewed Nazi war-
this action was offset by the increasein
-probably too much so-by the resultof fare on Jews and Catholics led manyto
the existing estate and gift tax rates
,
the by-election in the First districtof think the movement was being led'b
:1'
expected to bring in $100,000,000.This .
Rhode Island. } others. But Der r : ,
action the
by senate committee
from '>
Charles F. Risk, Re- Fuehrer emerged .
probably means the adjournment of residences Ay
publican, and deter- his country : Y
congress will be speeded up. The houseis
mined opponent of the to make a speech at
cleaning up Its "must" legislation, New Deal, defeated Rosenheim in whichhe irV4' THE FLAVOR'S JOIN IN
the and committee
ways means having
Antonio Prince Democrat made it clear he
voted to report favorably the Guffey GLOR-I-OUS THECHOR-I-OUS I
'' aB3/s. by nearly 13,000 was backing the cur-
coal bill which would set up a "littleNRA" ;; ;
for the bituminous industry. It .,gea cp votes, capturing the rent "housecleaning"to ,
; seat In congress which the limit He de ,
is generally believed this measure will
the
Francis B. Condon, clared Nazi party
not stand a test In the Supreme court,
Democrat, resigned to would smash its opponents -
but the administration had demandedits
enactment nevertheless. ; :;; go on the State Su- continuing:
stand to
preme court. The re- "Always Adolf Hitler
Chas. F. Risk versal was so decisive your flag, not only in

How Social Security that the Republicans hailed It as a good days but even more in the bad

Pension System WorksWHEN clear indication that President Roosevelt ones. Keep it up when the storm .

the President's social se- would be defeated for re-election. lashes and clouds the firmament. ,

bill was finally enacted in- Representative B. H. Snell of New I Deep apprehension st111' prevails

to law, the senate adopting the confer- York, minority leader, made a speech I among Jews in Germany as to what

ence report already agreed to by, the about It in the house in which he said : the future has in store for them. Alter -

house, probably many thousands of "This 'is the first time the people of Count von Helldorf, Berlin police

men and women al over the country any part of the country have had an president, had forbidden individual action fAil4

began figuring on the pensions they opportunity to pass on the recklessand against Jews, Wilhelm Frick, min a IT'S GOT EVERYTHING

would receive under its terms. It Is extravagant expenditures of the ister of Interior, announced: j
"The Jewish question will slowly but' IT'S THE CEREAL KING
unlikely that one In a thousand has administration. They have passed upon -
any clear Idea of how the new pro- it In a very decisive manner. The surely be gotten rd of, as the NazI

gram's pension system will work, so election shows the people are beginning program foresees." tff

we reprint here a neat summary pre- to think. The handwriting is on

pared by the Associated Press show- the wall. From now on we will wit- Mussolini and Ethiopian

ing Its operation as applied to "Bill ness similar rejections by the citizenryof
Jones": the New Deal program." Emperor Prepare for War

"Suppose young Bill Is twenty when ENGLAND and France were still try-

the law goes Into effect and makes an Hoover Demands Showdown ing the way to avert war GRAPE.NU

average monthly salary of $100 until between Italy and Ethiopia, but Premier TS F
From the Administration
te is sixty-five. He will get a monthly Mussolini of Italy was so skeptical AKESiI

per'"',n. until his death of $53.75. FORMER PRESIDENT HERBERT that he ordered 75,000 more men

"In detail, here is wLat, will happen traveling from California to the colors. By the first of Octoberhe

to him: to New York, stopped In Chicago will have about a million men In

"In the calendar years 1937, 1938, long enough to issue a challenge to uniform. Haile Selassie, the Ethiopian I

and 1939 he will pay a salary tax of the Roosevelt administration and a emperor, was 'reported to have sanctioned

1. per cent, ,or a total: of $36 for the call on the President for a showdownas the concentration of 60,000 of

three years. In 13'10,1941,1942 he will to his policy on changing the Con- his troops on Italy's east African fron .f}"

Pay 1% per cent, or $54. In 1913, 1944, stitution. He declared the American, tiers. The chiefs; it Is said, are findingit

and 1945 the tax will be 2 per cent, or people: have a right to know what alterations Increasingly difficult to restrain their t

$72. In 191C! 1947, and 1948 the tax in the basic law the admin warriors from overt acts that would

will be 2% per cent, or $90.> From istration proposes to make. surely precipitate warfare.-, '

19-19 to 19S1, inclusive,, the tax will be "The time has come," he said, "when A report from Addis Ababa said the ONCE you taste Grape-Nuts Flakes,you'll 11ts

o 3 per cent, or a total of $1,1SS. these full purposes should be dis emperor was ready to cede a portionof cheer tool! And it not only has a delicious eS :

"Thus, In 45 years, Bill Jones will closed. The people should now be told Ethiopia to Italy in return for flavor, but it's nourishing. One dishful,with
have paid in $1,440. All the time his openly the specific words of the exact loans from that country to develop milk
or cream, contains varied nourishment
more
employer will have been matching his amendment that these gentlemen wantso Ethiopia's resources and the grantingof -
tax payments, so the total than many a hearty meaL Try it-
paid to the that the people can consider and a seaport, as was suggested some
federal treasury will be $2SSO. themselves determine it That Is their time ago by Capt Anthony Eden of your grocer has it! Product of General Foods. 3 .
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UNIQUE HOBBIES Motorcycle Paints Marker Worry Is a Disease
Our Motto Be
I Painting traffic markers as It You might as well reason against

BRISBANE GOOD HEALTH BEING PURSUEDBY moves along the street or highway, the fashions as reason against wor-

COLLECTORSWhen a motorcycle with a sidecar is being ry. There is no logic in either. Wor-
BY DR. LLOYD ARNOLD
.:, Professor of Bacteriology and Preventive used for painting and renewing the ry is a disease; maybe the fashionsare.

r THIS WEEK Medicine,University of Illinois, white. road lipes in an English city. .
College of Medicine..
fc an old man died in Chester Inside the sidecar is tank
___________9______________ found in his house four a from
there were which a canvas-covered wheel takesup

Nobody Was Frozen A WORD FOR THE PLUMP large boxes full of tram tickets the paint. The wheel is loweredon

One Strike Subsides from nearly every tramway systemin the road and rotated by the move-

The Emperor Has Lions Both overweight and underweight the world. For 20 years he had ment of the cycle, thus spreading a LET HIM
conditions are hazardous to health. collected every variety of tram ticket white line. A revolving brush sweeps '
? BE FREEFROM
t 1,000,000 Tiny Pigs he could find and these he had
But styles for women away dust and dirt.-Popular :Me-
t Several have written to this column _._ 7 ', have placed a sorted in alphabetical groups according chanics Magazine. (
I offering to let themselves be "frozen premium on under to the cities they came from.
I and then re- WORMS
stiff weight. The slender That old man and his hoard of
; turned to life" ID y gt ,
",; boyish figure Is tram tickets is by no means the only
i Whenever decide to free
the interest of science you
a girl with less ease on record of strange hobbles !
child from Worms
;' f as suggested your>- or
I Los Angeles <, -! flesh. than she invented by Ingenious people to pass Tapeworm, get the medicine
by a
have to be
sl2',23" ,i4p4 should their leisure hours.In .
: that will drive them out with
> chemist R. S. Wil-
4 ',,,,, normal. It is encouraging
<, lard. They will be s 4i to note the case of a well-known K. C., one single dose.Dr.Peery's'DEAD .
>,
railway tickets are the great attraction -
.. to hear that
sorry that the New York SHOT'Vermifugo
the American Medical -he is reputed to possess more
IIalr .t'ressers' andCosmetologists'
; a s association than 20,000. First numbers of news- '; t MlA1fS 1Y 7M.NUny, a -.
association r
Zr' '' t calls Mr.. Willard'salleged fY'2: \!papers and magazines form a sec-
.4 > A with five
freezing "a ond collection that he prizes highly.
thousand members,
1 Incidentally, a number of people
hoax.
vicious
has come out for the plump girls as boo a bottle nt druprcists or
It accuses Wll- make it a practice to keep copiesof Quick Pleasant Wright's Fill Co., 100 Gold bt., N.Y. City.
against the thin ones. They'place
:; : lard: of freezing a' 'carves than papers. in which momentous news ,
more weight on graceful
and Is given. Successful EliminationLet's
dead monkey
on sharp angles. The well-nourIhed
then substituting a damsel of today should be1 'proud, of A London man who was an ardent 0o

Arthur Urlshane live one, supposed her health. For radiant, glowing skin theatergoer had a whole library of be frank-there's: only one

to have been frozen and thawed out. goes with a plump, rounded body. theater programs-souvenirs. of way for ;your body to rid Itself 'of,
Doctor Fishbein, editor of the Amer- plays he had seen. Each had his the waste material that causes acid

ican Medical Association Journal, says Painters sculptors, courtiers and remarks carefully noted in the mar- ity, gas, headaches, bloated feelingsand UP Be Sure They Properly
'anybody frozen stiff would surely die. great lovers have always given the gin. His collection was so completethat a dozen other discomforts.Your Cleanse the Blood '
plump girl the best of it. :
It was. an interesting yarn while it if you mentioned the name of intestines must function and
lasted. The esteem for slenderness has been an actress he could tell you in a few the way to make them move quickly YOUR kidneys are constantly filter-f
successfully: without matter from the blood
only faddlsm, just an evanescent .idea. pleasantly,
'( minutes all the plays she had appeared -
I griping or harsn.lfritants is to chewa stream. But kidneys sometimes lag in
!, New York's strike of union men Long ears, protruding' lips and other in since her rise to fame. Milnesia'lVafer thoroughly;;'in accordance their work-do not act as nature in <

against President Roosevelt, General fetish customs are confineo' only to Stranger still was the hobby of a with directions on the bot- tended-fail to remove impurities that .;
!" Johnson and WAP "Works local areas. Plump girls are more the when retained.
the
& J ( Progress sailor. During a stornl in.the Pa- tle or tin, then swallow. poison system
l '\!'- administration") seems tempo- normal than slender skinny ones. cific some flying fish struck.'the funnel Milnesia Wafers, pure milk: of Then you may suffer nagging backache
rarily to have collapsed. Mr. Meany, They can think better because they magnesia' tablet form, each equiv- dizziness, scanty or too frequent
I f New York labor leader, said all union are healthier. Cleopatra, Venus of of the ship and fell upon the alent to a tablespoon of liquid milk urination, getting up at night, swollen

1 men would go out and stay out and Milo, Fatima were all plump ladies, deck. The sailor, who was ship'scook of magnesia, correct acidity, bad limbs; feel nervous, miserable-
had the idea of starting an all upset.Don't.
flatulence at their source
breath
nonunion men would follow. The newsIs even bordering on overweight. The Use Doan's Pills
aquarium on board, and every fish and enable to have the quick, delay
you
that the nonunion men did not follow charmers of the Sultan were buxom ; Doan's are especialy)! for poorly func-
washed up or caught alive was put pleasant, successful elimination so
and the union men went back women ; the Renaissance portrayed '. abundant health. tioning' kidneys. They are recom-
into a big tank.Unfortunately. necessary to
to work. convex, and not concave .< figures as Milnesia Wafers come in bottlesat mended by grateful users the country
their ideal of feminine In the for him, fish caughtIn over. Get them from any druggist.
Robert Moses of the park depart- beauty. 35c,and GOc or in convenient tins
who early nineties in this the the Pacific ocean stand little thousandsof
ment, employs 25,000 workers on country at 20c. Recommended by
''park projects, reports only 110 de- plump Lillian Russell type was In great chance in a European winter, and a physicians. All good druggists B
'
serters.An demand. And Mae West-she may be week of snow in the Thames killed carry them. Start'using these. pleas-

the' style of tomorrow.The them all ant tasting effective wafers today.

Interesting photograph from anemic, slender, underweightgirl
Addis ':.baba shows, two servants of will develop into a plump young

the Ethiopian emperor, riding on lions woman if she eats the proper food.

one female, one male In the palaco Directly after birth the first major bat-

garden. The emperor's lions are tle every little girl baby has to solveIs Blake makes Fresh Start

trained in this fashion for use as to keep her Internal heat regulatedand I

"watch dogs." You can easily be- constant. She conquers this within -

lieve that intruders "keep out. 24 hours, then'she has another criti- .

For war purposes, however lions are cal problem ; namely, to keep her blood

not particularly valuable. Tear gas pressure normal and constant A little

and deadly poisonous gas would ,dis- gland on top of each kidney takes
courage the lions, as they would men care of this-the adrenal or' super- NO! NO! TATS NOT THE -WHyt DADDY.. j OHWEU.E1'S( SWELL!

and lions cannot jump as high as an adrenal glands. Then she has seven or CLUB I WANT LISTEN A>:' GREAT WORK / CHAT'S N0 WA 1 QUIT! I DON'T FEEL BREAK UPTOTREATTHE

.airplane.In eight years of smooth sailing. Con f GO BACK TO THE CLUB YOU C6RTAINL MADE NIKE PLAYING ,, TrE} GAME..,

I Chicago's stockyards half the hog tagious diseases are all that bother her House. you're rat :y: HIM FEEL, UK A BOY HE DIDN'T ANYWAY! I'VE' NAYBE THAT
at this time.
r pens are closed, prices are soaring, WOOD'S WORST CADPY'!' : CHAMPION NITWIT!:{ DO ANYTHING GOT A TERRIBLE ,, WIU. TEACH

s men have lost jobs all for lack of But when she reaches nine years of WRONG'! f. .HEADACHE t4ERTo DEEP

hogs to push around and butcher. The age she begins to change. She grows

4: yards are suffering. faster; she becomes more active In ..u.: s
an
.J And only a little while ago an earnest her movements. She Is preparing her vJ'::? s. :
self for womanhood. When she is
government, determined to help
the farmer and promote prosperity, eleven or twelve years old, she Is' taller

was butchering tens of thousands of than her brother at the same age. She { ,

"farrow sows" to get rid of them be- now develops rapidly. She puts ; .>. :
fore their little pigs could be born. oc weight, angles become curves, fat

"Too many little pigs will make too is deposited around breast and hips; tte,

many big pigs," said the government.You she blooms out like a morning flower ., D ,
In springtime. She becomes a woman 4 /
can imagine the ghosts of a mil / r
lion pigs floating over the stockyards: almost overnight If she stays slender / 4 .
squeaking in their baby voices, "We and boyish with concave angles, she ;

told you so." Is not developing along ,normal lines. -p, .i
It is just as natural for a girl to be

War talk continues. Mussolini an- come plump when she grows Into

nounces a new air weapon "over- young womanhood as it is for a flowerto :':--'" '.'.....". .,.-n.n.:.,.,.<..;;:..'>:'>':.
whelmingly powerful," but does not bloom when It Is mature.
say what it Is. Plain TNT and poisongas Authorities on public health have always I'M' SORRY YOJBADW..BUTYOU FEEL RATS/ WOO WHY 00 BUT'lOu KNOW YOU OH,All RIGHt CURSES '

are powerful enough. been apprehensive about the EVER HEARD THESE SILLY tVsve COFFEe-1JeRI/ES ..) WiLL11 Y SD, izD AGfuu'

Hitler announcing that his country slender faddism among young women. WON'T FEEL ANY ::: OF COFFEE YOUN6 KIDS .,.AND 1HG PROVE iCAN'TSCAN'

: Is "ready to meet any outside peril" Young women can keep slender only BETTER umiu YOU < HARMING Beueve SUCHCRACKPOT SAID ( DOCTORS HERE IF HE'SP05TUM

. adds : "No power on earth can attack by modified starvation methods. They GIVE VP COFFEE A GROWN KNOW SWntHI1JG toy0U
I us." That seems a little overconfident eat little other than dried bran-like ,,. >'
breakfast foods, moistened with AS THE DOCTOR SAID) MAN ? ,;<: TdEORIES? '( ALL ,;; POSTUM

skimmed milk and swallowed with _

A prosaic financial telegram suggests th aid of coffee or tea ; they relIgi-

\ that the public debt of Germany has ously cut out fats and sweets, and [ :
been increased by :"O.OOO.OOO.OOO subsist for the rest of the day mainlyon

"l ci marks. That might represent an Interior salads. Their idea Is to keep the DOC,10R"I:

enemy of considerable proportions. neutral Immature, puberty figure of J-

childhood. And nature never meant a \ _
Uncle Sam with all his spending girlish figure to be a childish form.

makes a little something for himself. Head colds heavy feelings In head

His money-issuing privileges, paper ant back, and mental sluggishnesswith I rt'i'

dollars worth about CO cents, and a constipation of Ideas and
silver coins containing less than half thoughts are common among under- '/A

their value in silver have given the nourished young people. An angular, ___ /
treasury a profit of about $3,000,000- concave, linear-figured, underfed young thought this
'
woman may well be an incubator cul- ,i
talk about coffee being
000.And Sa2s Jf: }
at this moment It does not ap- tivating and propagating various kindsof ':1 harmful applied onlyto

pear to have hurt anybody. Who un- germs. children!"
derstands money? The style-makers talk of fuller skirts I./
for the 1935-36 winter season. That is Gee, MISS BLAKE, S..S/NCe/ HE < s : 4 "Oh, no, Daddy. .

Stocks are better, prices higher In good news from the health standpoint. YOUR FATHER SURE :fit;. SWITCHED To POSTUM % %ry '' 't ; .1 thatthecaffeinincoffee many adults,too,find
-
London and In Wall Street The London Tight skirts make women think too HAS CHANGEDI'D HE HAS FELT AND L
much of reducing. When they can upset nerves,
: Daily! Mail says : "A stock exchange see RATTIER CAPDY FOR ACTED LIKE" A A' !"
bread or potatoes on the table, batter, h > ; cause indigestion, or prevent sound. sleep
I i boom seems to do more for ice cream, whipped cream, all foods HIM THAN ANY \'< DIFFERENT MAN / '" .

world trade than anything. The reason they should have, they shake their MEMBER OF THE CLUB _.__ A If you suspect that coffee disagrees with you..try
is that it gives confidence every heads. More ample clothes will make s. : Postum for 30 days.Postum contains no caffein.It's
where. them less conscious of curves when simply whole wheat and bran, roasted and slightly
Strange and powerful' 13 "confi- they look into their mirrors. st'i;: JF v1 /, : sweetened. It's easy to make and costs less than

dence." You cannot see it, feel it, And, if you notice the girls picturedon half a cent a cup. It's delicious too and may
weigh It, but you can easily destroy it. the magazine covers and In bIll- prove a real help. A product of General Foods.
'rt board advertisements now definitelyhave
--- FREE Let send first week's supplyof
us you your
'
So
Interesting Items in taxation news. curves. do the girls chosento
For instance, government will collect advertise swim suits. The attain- Postum free! Simply mail the coupon.GENSRu

Income tax 'on "public relief." If ment of curves means the buying of
your Mich.
FOODS,Battle Creek w. N. U.-1I-22'SI!
generous Uncle Sam gives you $04 a more food which will make the farmers Send me,without obligation,a week's supply of Postum.
month the amount that unions now' happier. And more cloth is required -
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Name -
spurn he will take back $13.12 In In- to cover curves which will -
come tax. make the weaving mills busier. Who Street-----

That seems like giving your li.ttle knows but that the new style in plump. 9 ,. City Slate-
boy a" stick of candy and biting off ness Is the factor that will lead us out Fill in completely-print name and address
the end of It of the depression? Certainly It will 30 DAYS DATER This offer expires July 1, 1936

Sing Features Syndicate. Inc. make for healthier young womanhood..
WNU Service_ _'_ Western Newspaper Union.



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The Clewiston News 1
t FOR RE-ELECTION IN 1930

::I TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY :t you think young people are -- and Attorney at Law

l Published every Friday In Clewiston, worse today than they were when Tallahassee, August 29, (FNS- Hopkins Building

I Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, ::: you were young, this is a sign that Hon. Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Wednesdays, and Saturdays

Inc. y y you have forgotten that human na- Agriculture, considered by many as 9:30 to 4:00 ,;

y y ture remains about the same from a likely candidate for governor, put .
Bowden Editor generation to generation. It is also a such to rest last week with r--
G Keathley i iy sign that you are getting old. the announcement rumors that he will run ::..:.':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:... .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:
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RUSSELL One generation'Is always shockedat for re-election to the office he
now
f. Entered as second class mail matter IostOffice : KAY the one which follows it. To have holds.In 2 i: New an d.U sed .!*
February 1, 1927, at the .
under y put on public display 30 years ago, a formal statement Mayo said:
Florida,
in Clewiston, of bare legs, fat | FURNITURE :|:
-- the Act of March 3, 1897. (":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":H:": :":":":":":' the arrangement "I am a candidate for re-nomi ..: _
torsos
and odd-looking
stomachs nation as commissioner of griculture. -
HOME, and boy, am I glad to getback beach I 1
Florida bathing :
at .
; seen any This announcement is made
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. to good old air-conditioned today, would have shocked our the request of friends who felt at.\\ : = =i ii =
application II
rates on
Advertising Florida? but a fellow really has to grandmothers and grandfather's should make my decision now." I | BELLE GLADE

Devoted to the advancement and get out and mill around In other greatly. We are not shocked today "I wish to make public acknowledgement ,
" less favored sections to develop a :i= FURNITURE COMPANY =|;:
.
i welfare of Clewiston and Hendry but we shall probably be badly stir- of my sincere gratitudeto .I.
true perspective and enough
sure
: County. red up 20 or 3f years from now those who have been kind enough
r appreciate what a grand and glorious |:: :
when men become more sensible and I to urge me to enter the coming race ; Belle Glade, Florida |
Florida is in
w state comparison.
, dress as briefly and comfortably as s
: I suppose you are just about wore for governor. :_!: Next Door To Theatre :
The G-men may now write 30"to the women do now. "While I am thankful that I have .. >
r; the career of another public en- down with all this personal guff Our point is illustrated by the following -I devoted friends who consider me : .i-..ig.
': emy since the finding of the body about my vacation. I could keep on from the Melbourne"-Times: worthy of that high honor, I have *.***.***.**!**.***.*******.***.***.***.***.**!*****!***.*********.**.****.**.**.*.**:**.:

; of John Hamilton this week. writing columns about what we saw "Recently a girl we know foundan 'I concluded that I can best serve the

.,. and did for the next six months, butI old love-letter which her father people of Florida as commissionerof
won't. I'll try and wind it up with had written to her mother when ..
V. Seems like the weeks news has this column. agriculture.
!,",- been unusually full of tragic accidents they were courting, reports the "4, great future lies ahead of us You Wreck 'Em
Mother Nature must have had a Pathfinder. The daughter copied the
V and disasters capped by the in the promotion of citrus, trucking,
, .' swell time makin' the country that letter, signed a masculine name to
death of Queen Astrid, of Belgium, I dairy, poultry and other agricultural We Fix 'Em
lies between the Sierras and the it, and mailed It to herself.: Then she lines. During entire I'
t in an auto wreck in Switzerland my career
":" Rockies. She just flung a piece of showed it to her father. There was I have been closely associated with
Thursday.
" mountain here, a chunk of desert an explosion like that of an erupt-I farmers and I believe the true development PAINTING BODY AND

, \ there and kind of used the terri- ing volcano. The father could of Florida cannot be FENDER WORK

>,." FERA projects are to be closed tory as a sort of catch-all for the scarcely express himself. He snort- made without the growth of ,our TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY

;: this week in the Palm Beach district scenery and material she had left ed: "That fellow is the biggest foolI farming interests."

f'.,, and direct relief substituted. Let us I over and didn't know what else to ever heard of. You better not let "Many enterprises vital to a well Done by An Expert

: hope that the dole may soon be replaced do with. It certainly is wild and him come poking around here or rounded agricultural industry in Courteous Service

(, by WPA projects which seem picturesque, but not very invitingto I'll make mince-meat of him. We this state are as yet unfinished andI

, to be more than slow in getting ap- the homeseeker. don't want such a simp in our fam- propose, with the consent and approval Work Guaranteed.

:: proved. Stopped at Salt Lake City long ily. Any ding-busted, fat-headed of our citizenship to con- Prices Reasonable. ,

enough to take a swim in that idiot who would write such a mess tinue my work in this direction."

:. The Petersburg Independent famous briny pond. It is alright if of sickly, silly hog-wash to any girl PIONEERService

k 2.. In commenting on the use of milk you want to do it just so, you can deserves to be ducked in a mudholeand
Fond of Cat
2. bottle caps by Missourians for gloat over the folks who haven't I'd like to do it!"-Delray Egyptians StationBELLE

,,,: money said that a use may yet be but between you and me, you have- Beach News.CANDIDATES. Nobody knows for certain Just when GLADE PHONE 10
;:- found for discarded razor blades. n't missed a whole lot, and you can the cut began sitting by the fire and
the sparks as they flew Wrecker Service at All Hours
l' The Miami Herald thinks that the get .the same reaction in your homeif FOn. GOVERNORFrom blinking at

:" blades might be used to cut prices. yot'll just dump a lot of rock salt upward but It Is believed that thv 1
d i with plenty of sharp edges in the old Egyptians were the first to catch
I the number that have defi- nnd tame tats, and finally to domes
then
bottom of bath tub and
All the townsite there your
" over are nitely announced themselves as can-

:. large areas being cleared, plowed fill it half full of water and add a didates for governor and those who tickle them . . . .........
hundred pound sack of table salt. .A;N N. .N.N.N.N.N.N.H N.ti.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N. .
and otherwise made ready for cul- are reported to be casting longing .
i tivation. will be full The one thing that"stands out in '' Takes a Chance I
in
Farming on eyes at the seat Dave Sholtz has occupied _
'. swing shortly and from all indica- my memory of the famed city is not I' for the past four years indications The mall that takes u chance ami I I

" tions the Clewiston area will have the Mormon Temple or Brigham are that the voters of gets Away with It once probably wIll Good FarmLand

w the biggest season in several years.It Young's young ideas but the cock- Florida will be hard pressed to makeup get Into trouble the nest: time.-AtchIson
eyed traffic signals they had there. Glob I
their minds when the first pri-
They just about drove me goofy..
: has been disclosed that the mary rolls around next June.
\ Communists have laid plans to rule At street intersections, they have Last week Representative Dan "

'. the world and there Is no doubt he regulation red, yellow and green Chappell, of Miami, visited Moore
lights, but Instead of blinkin' em at Hints for
.: that they have been especially busy Haven in the interest of his cam- MotoristsBy
you and ringin' a bell, everytime the for Rent
In America
s during the past and paign for governor. Mr. Chappell is
darn things change they are accompanied -
r.. present!:! economic crisis.' California's an able man, well liked in South C. R. Strouse
:: tar and feather by shrill. police whistle.
treatment should Florida and well known all over the
Well, I stopped like a well be- Director, School of Automobiles,
,t. prove most effective in dealing with state. He has an attitude of determ- International
haved driver red and CorrespondenceSchools
on a light
this class of civilization destroyersand ination which will carry him far and
waited for the GO signal, just as the Ji -
will
probably be adopted by other is recognized as one of the strongest
states before light turned green and I'd started ti-
f. long. contenders for the nomination.L. -
to cross a doggone police whistle
shrieked at me. ,Grady Burton, of Wauchula, ? r;

Cleanup work being done along Well, I'm not the kind of a guy who became well known here duringhis Trespassers

the highways approaching town and who disregards police whistles and service as special prosecutor for 4Prosecuted :

throughout the city is proving very the only thing I ever learned to do the state in the special term of Will Be .

." effective in improving the general when one of 'em goes off in my ears court, is believed to be interested in

appearance. Cleaning of road ditches to STOP and find out WHY.So the office and is said to be backedby

and the cutting of weeds along the I promptly slammed on the Governor Sholtz.

highway west of town is a great brakes in the middle of the Intersection Then this week another Miamian

improvement and in town many and began looking around to who received more free publicityfrom A SOLUTION of washing soda and I

sidewalks are seeing the light for see what the trouble was. They all the press of the state than any will water applied corrosion with a stiff brush J -- remove from
the first time in months, having started honkin' their horns at me other man in recent years stated in battery terminals. Coat terminals storage

been covered by grass and weeds and a guy whammed me in the rear : an interview with a Tampa Tribune with vaseline to prevent further

and yelled "Go on you Sap". By the representative that he would be interested corrosion.

WILL ROGERS SAYS- time I got my gear shifted the fool in running for office, pro- *

light had changed to red, and the vided-and those provisions may If the rubber' weatherstrips

One ot'the favorite devices of nut police whistle went off again, keep him from making the race around the windshield are enclosedin ClewistonCODlpany
T-slots it is often difficult
a job
newspapers in noting the death of and my. face was redder than the That is N. Vernon. Hawthorne, deposed to remove the old strips in order to

Will Rogers was to write a short Ugh t. state attorney of Dade county replace them with new ones. To

piece, in the Rogers manner, to If you ever drive from Salt Lake whose failure to come to Moore Haven I make a difficult job an easier one,
show how Rogers himself play small flame from
might City to Denver don't take the so called in response to the governor's order a soldering
have reported his death. Perhapsthe caused his dismissal. It is the torch over the old sfrps. The soft-
short scenic route, we did on the I

Reg best of these was written by advice of a filling station attendantand opinion of many that had Mr. Haw- with ened a rubber screwdriver.can easily be dug out I .."'t....................................................................................... ,..
Manning staff
artist of the
I'm telling you it is the LONG- thorne been able to run for the of-

Phoenix Arizona Republic. Titled, EST short route in the world. fice at the time of his dismissal that

"As He'd Have Said It," it consisted Most of the way it is surfaced he would have gone in with a big .:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-.:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

of an imaginary Rogers telegram with sharp stones and loose gravel majority. Time, however, has cooled 1.I ..i.I. .

carrying the Head cut and signature with a marvelous dust and chuck- things off somewhat and it may be I y

daily used by the newspapers on hole base, is rougher than a Greek that he would not, be as strong now y
Rogers for years, and set in the mid- as two months ago. However we be-
wrestler crooked ram'shorn. I.
and as as a
dle of a black-bordered square. The lieve that he would be one of the :;: Is there any sound reason why people ':j i:=

- message, with a black dash in placeof strongest contenders for the officeif

follow the usual the humorist's dateline, attempted to shower Every time of stones a car that passes wham YOU'into geta he decides to make the race. : should spend money for Fire and Wind- :i:
style, and
In Mr. Hwthorne's statement to
like machine bullets I
read you gun you yI
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the Tribune, he stated that beforehe storm Insurance? None all if
: at
can close your windows and trydodgln' I you are ::
"Say, don't you feel badI always would be a candidate he would :;:
the broken leave
Trip sometime knew I'd, and have there's to make no pilotI'd this 'em open and make a glass stab at or duckin' have to be convinced that the people :_i:: sure you,will not have a fire or there will :*_:
I of Florida really wanted a government .
the darn the
rather things, at same time y
take it with than Old
Wiley., tryin to breathe and watch the roadin i sound and honest which *; be no windstorm. :_:
Who
do
you think I run into I emphasizes respect for law and a ...
here-Knute a dust cloud that covers you likea f 2 ,.,
up Rockne-remem-
blanket.It high grade of accountability in pub- .. ... .
ber that old rascal-and Flo-golly! lic service. We believe that the peo- f_ +:.'
Was glad to see him.. again-and my may be the scenic route, you
ple of Florida do want that kind of
mighty good old friend, Nick Long- can't prove it by me, because I government and if Mr. Hawthorneis :;: Check up your chance and if you are not :i:

worth-and, oh yes, Cal, I mustn't couldn't see it for the dust but may- sincere in his efforts to bring

forget Cal-there's so many of my be a guy could travel it in an arm- that about and can convince the vot- going to have a fire or windstorm then :)!:

old cronies that I can't name 'em all ored tank and was wearin' a gas ers of his sincerity his election Y t

here. Well, we certainly had a fine mask and bullet-proof vest he might should be a landslide. :;: don't buy Insurance. If you are not sure ::

risit. I'm going to have my hands find It a right pretty country. Anyway there are three South Y Y y

full renewing old acquaintances."I'm Out of respect to Nate Reece, editor Florida men in the field, any one of ::: I would suggest you buy. Don't forget :i j:
of the Arcadian who
going to kinder miss con- come
whom should make a good governor.
of gress-I kiddin'always got a big kick out from there, I'll refrain from tellln' There may be more or maybe less _*: it is near the storm season and I write :_:
'em-but they're a pretty you what I think of Kansas other but
before next June every South
fine bunch of fellers when you get than to say it was hotter than a Florida voter should see that his |== Windstorm and all other y
to know 'em.v Hula dancer and 'as flat as last ballot is cast for a South Florida .i, types of Insur- :: {} _,.

"I gotta get back to by blatherIng night's beer.Anyhow .t.-
candidate.Moore Haven Democrat
-and when you make this Trip I'm sure glad to get :;: ance. :*:

I'll be seein you. home and I like Florida better than :X: $

"Yours, any other spot on ,the map, Uncle Slight Mistake I

"Will Rogers". Sam's, or anybody elses. Some men found guilty of robbery
confessed, the other day, that ,they :| ELBERT L. STEWART |::

Judging from the number of men ; did it In order to start business. They Y
wearing them, clothes welcome the I Use rye as a primary livestock had better have kept to the usual pro %* *

summer slack season,-Pensacola ..feed Is advised by Kansas' State college cedure and started business first.-: !t t! %**

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''; ::*;?:; Personal Mention :!:l I Properly Stowed Bags Add to Comfort Ii I IWfJ'1adJ regular meeting of the La-

.. dies Aid of the
.(................................-.............................................:.. will be' held Community church
. f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f frr at the home of Mrs I.

i C. L. Clark of Savannah Ga., was M. Pafford next Thursday after
r;j a business visitor here this week. 'noon, September 5. Mrs.V.. W, Per
i ry will act as joint
hostess
:. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias spent

Friday in Fort Myers. A Germ"A
I
germ," said HI Ho, the_ sage of
: Mrs. J. B. Dotterer visited friends
\ i1 Chinatown, "resembles many bad Influences
I
in Miami Friday. In being able to work so long

$'YJ.F '., rr before he Is detected."-Washington
:. j Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent '.,itr. f r' r l/r; ,,r/> /x+17, .? Star.
.1 Sunday in Fort Myers visiting rel

atives.L. .
FOR SALE or LEASE-Ideal spot

B. Mershon of Arcadia was ;a for beer garden and dance hall at
business visitor in Clewiston Satur- LaBelle. M. L. care of Hendry
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j ;.rNtw"ow: {c? rncp:.
\ day. } + i y?', f ',f+ .r a.. vr.yr' County News, LaBelle, Fla. ltp
Y., .,f' "' }' Ni.f\r
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Mcs.F-M. Moltz, Mrs. R. F .,
Paxton and Mrs. M. R. Lawler spen, I II COTTAGE FOR RENT-Near coun-

VI', :i Monday in West ''Palm Beach. ty line. See Gus Cantrell. tf


D. G. Alston was a business vis- :

I .! itor'in Tampa for several days during FORT MYERS BEACH HOTEL

,,. : the past week.
/i dLc Special Summer .Rates -
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A. M. Southard and son, Alfred, For Reservations phone or write

returned Sunday from a two weeks Mrs.: George W. Smith, ost s.
visit in Brunswick Ga. *

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-. Miss Mary Markette, of LaBelle, o FOR SALE-10 acreV o d muck .':

was the guest of Miss Mary Moore land, good house, plenty of good
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Sunday. water, two miles fro n Cie>viston. ti

Lillah Barrett. / 3tA16 .)
.Mr. and Mrs.. James Willi?
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Moore visited Mrs. J. W. Moore and f ------

family last week-end. GUS' BATH. .

Comfort,pleasure, and safety on a tour depend largely on efficient loading of the luggage,and modern body designs -i!
\-.l C. V. Parkinson returned Monday S have done much to ease the problem, as these views of Chevrolet models reveal. In the upper left view,the suitcases ''J'::
't- from a two weeks vacation spent in have been fitted in snugly, the adjustable front seat having been moved forward to allow extra leeway, and the driver Palm Beach -.'
Hot Springs, Ark. \. is now pushing back the seat to clamp the bags in place for the day. Upper right, the tourist is utilizing the baggage I
I space back of the rear seat. The two lower pictures show the loading of a coupe compartment and a sedan trunk ,"
Lockers and Suits for rent
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Mrs. Willard F. Simpson and Mrs. X* Cottages and Furnished Rooms fox :

"' F. M. Wright were visitors in Moore Week-end Parties. ,!

!?l Haven Tuesday. :
i f., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harris, of Chicago Cowart' Conrad Clark, Vincent individual baking dishes. Mrs H. R. I Welcome to our Ocean. 'Phone 9313

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer were visiting old friends in Oglesby Bud Vaughn, Jas. Wynn,. Hall was given a purse vanity for :]

:g and son, Billy, returned Friday from Clewiston this week. Trevlyn Moltz, Ed Clark and Luther low score and Mrs. T. B. Shelleywon ,

a two weeks vacation. Lowe. a bath towel for cut prize. L. ,B. Mershon./
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I -": Miss Betty Spicer returned Sun- Delicious refreshments were serv- ,.h.;

:11 Mrs. F. Deane Duff returned day from Miami for a few weeks CREOLE FISH DINNER ed to Mrs. JV.: Ezelle, Mrs. I. M. AGENT J ,

Thursday from a two weeks vaca- visit with her mother, Mrs Leah. AT COLLINS HOME Pafford, Mrs Grover C'. Poole, Mrs.T. ;

tion spent at Asheville, N. Carolina. Spicer.. ,B. Shelley, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.F. New York ,Life ,:>-.;
Mrs. R. H. Collins entertainedwith F. Maxwell and Mrs. C. W. Mc ". .'
General a Creole fish dinner at her I Insurance !
r Jack Moorman is spending several Attorney Cary D. Landis Donald. Company ,
and W. S. Cawthon, State Superin- home on the government, reservationlast I .
days this week with his parents in
Macon, Ga. tendent of Schools of Tallahassee, Friday evening., The fish were COMMUNITY: : CHURCH NOTES ARCADIA,

were: business visitors here. this prepared by Sidney Hoover who FLORIDA'j:
week takes great pride in his ability to 'jj
Mrs. Hoomes Rich returned Fri- The Junior sermon next Sunday
I duplicate real Creole cooking.! morning will be "The Little Girl
day from a month's visit with relatives -
in Charleston, S. Miss Eloise Tanksley returned to Those enjoying the occasion were: : Who Wanted Work. The older ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON 1

I I "C her home in Atlanta Sunday after a Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Reils and son, folks have their Labor' Day Sunday REQUEST ..1
visit with her Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. ,J. W.- Bruce, ; "
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sathre returned aunt, Mrs. A. A. Muu- sermon, why shouldn't we? 41
this week from a two week's roe. Mrs Munz'oe accompanied her Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, Miss Dor- At the regular evening service the C.: E. STEBEL -.-.]
I vacation in North Carolina. home for a visit. othy Lockhart, Mrs. B. E. Herring: subject of the sermon will be "God ,.. -

i -- Sidney Hooker, Rufus L. Smith, Bill & Company." That is a Labor Day Electrical Contracting :
, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman, of Mr. and Mrs B. C. Flaniken and Lockhart and R. N. Smith. topic and everyone is invited to at-
I
Miami, spent the- week-end in Clew- son, B. C. Jr., and TexT R. Flaniken I tend. PHONE 2121. :.

I iston.' returned Friday from a months vis- MRS. ALSTON ENTERTAINS PAHOKEE, FLORIDA ';-:
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) -- it with relatives in Mississippi and BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY ;

'a-. ... J. L. Glenn, of Dania, Seminole Texas. I Can Happen Agent for .,
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Indian agent, was a business visitor Mrs. D. G.
here Tuesday. Among those attending the ball her bridge club at her home Wednesday cords of women tire smaller and REFRIGERATORS : :.J.

-- game at Sebring Sunday were Mr. afternoon. shorter than t those of men, bat few RANGES AND

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Reils and son, and Mrs W\ S. Cowart, Mrs. Cy High score prize was awarded people would ever suspcfl' t It.-Ex, APPLIANCESI -I

Glenn, of Savannah, Ga.. were the Cruze, Joe Godfrey, Bill McCrackenand I Mrs. C. W. McDonald a set of eight rhnngo JX

I, guests of their brother. R. N. Smith A. L. Hackett I .. ,
'Friday .

Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Boswell and .
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R. H. Collins returned Saturday' daughter, Jerry returned Sunday, .i''' .:. \

from Fort Benning at Columbus, Mrs. Boswell and Jerry having vis- : .i. FORSALE > 't1 ,'
Ga., where he has been in trainingfor ited in Jacksonville while Mr. Bos- :;: :: :;: .

two weeks.R. well was in training at Fort Ben: + ::: .t... ::. ;'j
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-- ning, Columbus, Ga. :;: ::;: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :;;: :::: :"It.:

W. Meguiar, representing the t ..
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0; ::: .. .
, International Agricultural CorporaIr Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Littlejohn returned ..0 .:, ...... .:. :7:...
' tion was a business visitor here this Satuiday from two weeks in ..0.:. ; .:0 0::. ,,;'1
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week. Atlanta where Mr. Littlejohn w'asat .:. .:. : I
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in training. Mrs. '
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::1 Berkley Blackburn, assistant engineer Littlejohn also visited in South Car- ::: :i: ::: .;.
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I from the district U. S. Engineer olina while away. .:. :. .:. ... -';
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here on business' Wednesday. Mrs. II. O. Peters' and daughter, .i. .::. .+ ::: -".
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LaDeen, returned Sunday from a : :
I Mrs. A. V. Southard and children "visit in Beach Y. .Y.
Daytona and Lees- 0 .:0 .:. ..
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James and Elinor, returned Thurs- bur.;. Mr. Peters visited in Leesburg; ':. ..:::0. ..i. ..!.. :0,1
day from several weeks: vacation in 'over the week-end and brought 0:. 0:. :0 .. ::.1
, '71 1 North Florida and in Brunswick, them home. :::: :i: ::: .;. ]
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I -AIRS. RICHARDSON SELEE oi. .:. ::
Mrs. Fred A. Flanders, Mrs. W. GIVES AFTERNOON TEA .0:.. .:.. :: : 1
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C. Nall, Mrs. J. M. Couse and Miss 0:. .:. ..'Si
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Bertha Gram, of Moore Haven, vis- Mrs Richardson Selee entertained .. ..:... -::

ited Mrs. Keathley Bowden Wed- Thursday afternoon from 4:00to :!: + .: ;.

nesday. 6:00: with one of the loveliestof ,;. ::: ..i'. 0:
-- the summer afternoon teas at .: .;, :
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Dr. O. F. Schiffli returned last her home on Royal Palm Avenue. tY 1
:: w :t: .i..i.y
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week from a two weeks vacation About fifty invited guests called : x.t.

visit in Highlands, N. Car., and in during the afternoon.The .. .!o .o f'.t.Xx fa
Ohio. Mrs. SchiffH and children will living room was beautifully Xf v=

remain for a longer visit. decorated ,with red radiance roses + f f

'''and in the dining room pink roses .:. ._. 'k .r'.w4,. "cf >< r S g .a.Ma .....-..::." .to .'t.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry and of the same variety were used. Mis. .::!:. :.t.i: t,.. .. ... .:, .:-
, son, Billy, returned the first of this E. M. DIggcs,' Mrs. W. II. Mills, Mrs .. .:. > { .t, ::: _

,: week from a two weeks vacation trip F. Deane Duff and Mrs. Mark Law- ::: :!: :!: :;:
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I:; to North Carolina and South Geor- ler presided at the tea table. 0. ':. .t.
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Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden PARTY FOR MISS WARD + +!

and son, Kay spent Friday and Sat- .t. .. :
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'\' ( urday at Fort Myers Beach as the Miss :Mildred Ward was honor :.t.:_!:: \ Pay The Balance Like Rent '. _*: :;:

\:5: guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'S. C. Stalls, guest a a party given by Miss Peg- y Y _
.J of Moore Haven. gy Gallant at the latter's home Monday :;: :!: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :;: :i:

Mr -- night. A large number of young :;: :: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME < s: :=
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and Mrs. W. A. Read, of people enjoyed a series of games

, Tampa, were Clewiston visitors following which refreshments of
.' Wednesday. Mr. Read is in chargeof punch and cookies were% served. n Clewiston Home Building Association H!

the Tampa sub-office of the U. Those present included: Miss

S. Engineers and was paying a vis- Dorothy Hare, Miss Mildred Ward, Yv Y
:.' it to federal projects in this vicinity Miss Bernice Guthrie, Miss Chris- :.:: :.:: PHONE 102 :ot: .:.

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1935



Martin proved to be uncommunicative Elliott's face, the strength from the

I MAN from YONDER however, and they drove much of splendid muscles that lay relaxed now
The POULTRYn
the way In silence. beneath clear skin.

c:: Ben turned his team Into an alley, "Now!" said the physician when Ben

HAROLD TITUS'Copyright hitched and blanketed them, and then finally lay' back on Dawn's pillow,

by told me what happened yesterday.You made his way between buildings to thetown's breathing shallowly, eyes closed. "1.

192S-19S4. Harold Titus. don't take it seriously enough. principal thoroughfare which guess he'll be all right in a few days. 0 TSt ;

WNU Service. Keep safe until you're certain that the was lighted by glaring store fronts. He But what an escape !I" He

danger Is past." purchased some articles in a clothing shrugged.

"Hide and skulk: while other men store and did not :see Dawn McManus: Sweet Ipoked at John Martin, then.

CHAPTER XIContinued15 protect me? A man can't do that, enter, observe him, and then withdraw. The doctor's brows drew a bit; he USE ,LAYING FEED

Dawn I I'll be on my guard, of course. When he went out again he did not seemed to lean forward and blinked FOR EGGS
SUMMER
"When a man loves a girl, that girl But I can't run away from anybody notice that the girl followed him, wait- slowly, Incredulously. Then Martin

can't let herself love him, can she, vho Is trying to strike from behind. ed outside while he bargained for a moved and the other relaxed. Still, his

when she's under a cloud herself? She What would these boys here on the job month's supply for camp in1 butcher expression was one of startled specula- Safest .
Way to Make Profit
can't bring a man's children Into the think of me if I did? This man Delaney shop, and trailed along behind when he tion. .- ,

world sand have them whispered aboutas may be a hobgoblin for the rest: emerged. "Yes, a close" shave," Martin mut- Poultry Man Says.

the grandchildren of a murderer' ?" of -the country, but I can't let him be From place to place he went, Dawn tered under his breath. "But now -

"Dawn I I. Dawn, girl, don't think that! for me. If I do the safe thing: and behind him in the flying_snow and when He's in the best possible placo By Leon Todd, Extension Poultryman. Pur-

Why, It's-" think of my own skin, some of our she had been following so for half an In the world." dire 1.1n.verslty.-WNU! Service.If .

'But it's so, Able! I don't wawantto workers will tumble to the fact that hour, her eyes alert for others who The doctor oegan gathering his In the healthy flocks: of laying hens

talk about it. All I can do for Ben I've no more courage than most of might be watching Elliott, another fell struments. Martin --stood staring at receives a balanced laying ration

now Is to let him know how weak I them, less than, plenty. I can't let, into the train ahead of her. She saw Ben in deep thought Then his right through the summer, they should

was to doubt him and to use any Influence them down, you see, and still keep my this man step from a store entrance hand went to the lobe of his left ear return a profit. To discontinue 'the

I may have to protect him from standing in their She hastened be feeding of a laying mash would cause
eyes. and follow Ben. to and tugged slowly In that characteristic -
this terrible danger. I will do that ; "It isn't worth It, Ben I It's my close and not until she was abreast gesture. He did not observe Emma most of the flock. to go out of produc-
I tion and then Into molt. The feeding
But a -
I must do that because it is duty. job, my property you're taking these him did she recognize John Martin, Coburn standing In the doorway. Hr '
ration will also makeIt
it must stop there. It can't go on, you risks for. It isn't fair to me !1" she had seen but once before. of a laying
while I have nothing more easier and more practical to select
see. Not "I can argue that. I'm not anxiousto did not turn his head and she
than just my faith in my father's good lOf back. She had doubts of the: poor producers.
be put out of the picture yet a while. no Since most farm flocks did not lay
name. .Joyalty from what Ben had told
I'll keep my eyes open. I've already '
last fall
winter
or early
many eggs ,
roan did
Able, the wise that he was,
of his .
bookkeeper.When
made the move that should stop Delaney -
HP brought It Is possible that the same flocks will
not force the argument. Elliott went into the drug
from trying me again. Able and-
give a slightly heavier production this
his team to a halt before the Hoot "store she stood out of the light from
the others have gotten you all In a
If
: summer they are properly fed and
Owl office, gave the reins to Dawn and and noted that also Martin
ruIng the building -
flutter, Dawn. Don't worry. I'm c have good care. Records from farm

stepped out. to Tincup tonight and I'm going to' loitered near. When Ben reappeared flock owners co-operating with the Pur-
Martin,. the bookkeeper, was the only Martin followed. .
appear to be thinking about nothing due poultry extension division show

occupant of the "place."Where's but the errands I have to do. Every For the better part of an hour this that It Is possible to make: a good profit
Ben? he asked.
second, I'll be on the watchfor a double stalking continued while the from sumrwcr egg production, providedthe
bearded man looked over his
The and then Elliott
crooked from I snow fell thicker
move anybody. promise -
flocks get a balanced ration and
shoulder, recognized Able and then his Into side street and made the
you that And when I've shown turned a the poor producers are eliminated.
gaze went past the man to the waiting next turn into the alley where he had
myself to people I'll come to see you When the flock is properly fed it Is
sat. .
where Dawn ,
cutter"He's ... It seemed as though and talk you into the same way of left his team. Jt'iii4fG not difficult to select the poor layers. (!
"
followed him.
at this situation. Two figures hasteninga /
looking
Martin's voice failed after that word. They are the first to go out of production -
bit he disappeared into the gloom.
as
"Don't, she begged.
the and will
during summer
from his chair and the
started
He half
"But I can't from Martin followed Ben, as Dawn trailed
keep away you,
flexed rolled soon be moulting. If some of the birds
from fingers,
pen, dropped now that this other mess has been both. ,
sheet. He made a are to be kept over for the second
across the ledger explained !I" And then, as Elliott drew close and
his appearedan year, it is wise to make those selec-
faint sound and in
eyes his horses another
Sheshook her head. spoke gruffly to tions during the summer.
that startled Able."What's ,
expression Martin?" he asked "I'm asking tw6 things of you. The shadowy figure appeared: it was only a Usually the same ration which was

wrong, into the first is to stay here; the other Is not blur in the shadows, crouched and fed during the winter Is also used to
In alarm stepping quickly
to come to see me. Please!I" stealthy. The figure swept forward ; keep up summer production. The one
"Sick?
room. She put a hand on his with that an arm drew back and upward ; It exception is that the birds will con-
the other
"No all right, now,
with muffled Ben
and
plea, and he frowned."I struck a grunt
"Ben? In sume less grain during the warm
effort.
said if with
as great .
can understand your being a little Elliott turned, falling sideways and l weather. One should not forget to' provide
the mill I think.
,
timid about having me around town backward under the impact of a blow. ,
oyster shells and plenty of clean
He his then and bent
picked ,
up pen
I'm Another voice lifted then In a sharp
but I can convince you that right. fresh water. ;

over his work. for It's Brandon or me, now, you see. If cry as John Martin ran forward and the "Knife!" Ben Gasped.did .
Able crossed the mill-yard looking
I run, he wins. '. But this other: Indistinct figure which was poised over -
Ben and he went Martin rose cautiously Pullets Need Green.Crop
as Dawn, don't you want me to see you?" Elliott about to strike again, turned, not look at her until the woman

from his chair, moved ,quietlyto The girl's lips worked. hesitated, whirled and fled. .gasped. It was a light, light gasp ; so: When Released on Range
and
be in line with the window-
is it ?" Martin cried light that Emory Sweet did not hear.
"No, she said, ever so faintly. "What son as
Wherever
succulent
stared for a long Interval at the girl possible a green
-
huddled in the robes. His hands "No. Oh, please don't argue with he dropped to his knees beside Ben. But Martin heard and turned and crop should be available'for the pullets

me, Ben Please don't come to see me. Before a reply could come Dawn was stood as though frozen in the posture. when released the
worked and his breath was une"en."Dawn they are on range,
is here to see you," Able said You don't understand You may never there, moaning his narae over and Aunt Em's head was held rigidly back, and the pasture preserved and utilizedto

simply as he encountered Ben. "She understand. But I'm begging you over. one hand pressed against a cheek.: the best advantage throughout the

from the bottom of. my heart not to "Knife !I" Ben gasped. "In the neck Quickly, Martin's finger went againsthis The ideal would be
had me bring her out so she could talk summer. system
to you. She's waiting over by the come and see me again !" here. ." lips In a sealing' gesture. He heldso to confine the birds In a fairly small

office." "No, I don't understand. It's John Martin unbuttoned Elliott's an instant and then slowly shook section at a time and move them periodically -

Elliott stood hesitant for an Instant; Why, It's ." He laughed aloud at thick jacket, ripped open the shirt and his head, a movement of unmistakable throughout the summer, keeping -

then turned and walked swiftly along -- warning. the crop cut or grazed by live stockin
Dawn entered the hallway from the
the pond. Able watched him go but SYNOPSISBen advance, so that only fresh new
room'and these two relaxed from
did not follow. What, was to be said living growth would be available to the pul-
the rigidity of their strange panto-
by the girl was not for his ears, he lets. In practice, a similar result can
Elliott-from "Yonder"-arrlves at the lumbering town of-TIncup, with
mime. Em bustled out into the kitchen
knew. Don Stuart, old, very sick man, whom he has befriended. Nicholas Brandon, be achieved by running a two-year crop .
Ben gave no sign of recognition as tho town's leading citizen, resents Stuart's presence, trying to force him to leave, and Martin smoothed the covers of rotation so that the land Is free of '- ...

and Elliott, resenting the act, knocks him down., Judge Able Armitage hires Elliott's bed with a hand that trem- poultry other Within the 1fI ;
he approached the cutter; made no every year.
him to run the one lumber camp, the Hoot Owl, that Brandon has not been able bled slightly.
salutation as he came near the girl who to grab. This belongs to Dawn McManus: whose father has disappeared with a area allotted for the year's use the

sat watching him so steadily. He only murder charge hanging over his head. Brandon sends Duval t.o beat up Ben, "Now, the boy's going to be all house may be moved to a new position

spoke her name, when he was at her and Ben throws him out of camp. Don Stuart dies, leaving a letter for Elliott right the doctor said. "I'll look in several times during the summer. If
"to be used when the going becomes too tough." Ben refuses to open the letter tomorrow. Quiet is going to be essen-
side. She gave him a small, gloved this Is not feasible then the feed hop-
believing he can win the fight by his own efforts. Fire breaks out in the mill.
hand and smiled tial for a few days. You two women pers should be moved, say 15 or 20
wanly. Ben, when the flames are subdued, discovers It was started with gasoline. Elliott
"I have come to say many things gets an offer for logs, that will provide money to tide him ver. But a definite all right" ,feet every few days, so as to induce

Ben," she began In a strange, strained time is set. Ben discovers Dawn McManus is not a child as he had supposed, A close observer might have noticed the birds to spread over the entire
but a beautiful young woman. The railroad bridge over which the Hoot Owl
voice. "To beg forgiveness, to beg that Aunt Em's eyes were oddly avert- field, Instead of'congregating on ono
lumber must pass is blown up. By superhuman efforts Ben builds a new bridge
other things perhaps to explaina and himself drives the train over the rickety structure to Tincup, making the ed from John Martin's searching gaze spot.

little. delivery with only a few minutes to spare. Brandon compels a woman (knownas and that her breathing was quick.

"Lydia") who Is In his power, to accuse Elliott of misconduct with a girl. "Why It might be handy to have a
"A week ago tonight, -struggling, Give Hens Wet MashIf
At a dance to which Elliott escorts Dawn, Lydia makes public her charges. "
to hold her voice steady-"I ran man In the house tonight, she said,
now,
Overwhelmed Elliott can only make a feeble denial. Dawn apparently believ- the poultry flock has a latesummer -
out of the dance hall and on home, ing him guilty, leaves the dance without waiting for him. While In the woods, evenly enough. "I'm ,Fra won- If
laying slump feed a wet mash.
thinking that that woman was honest. Elliott is fired on, and drops, seemingly dead, but his fall has been a ruse to dering If Mr Martin would stay. He ,
make his enemy believe him dead. The would-be killer Is proved to be Red Bart skimmilk Is available use it in the reg-
the couch in the
could on living
The time since then, until noon today, sleep
Delaney, notorious desperado. "Aunt Emma" Dawn's closest friend, prevails on ular laying mash, or use semi-solid but-
has been a nightmare. the woman Lydia to acknowledge the falsity of her accusation. room." termilk at the rate of two pounds to
"Lydia came to my house at noon. "I'd be glad to," the man said and
the hundred of mash. The hens should
She explained everything. Aunt Em. cleared his throat sharply. "There
his own bewilderment and Able, In the his fingers encountered a warm, sticky have only what they will clean up In
brought her. Aunt Em went to her might be something. I could do .
near distance, mistook that laugh bornof gush as he thrust them across the back. 20 minutes. It is best to feed the wet
house and convinced her that she had for you.
distress for one of relief and came "Knifed you Ah, son !1" crumbly mash late In the afternoon,
done a terrible thing to you and that He had looked at Dawn on this last
toward them. Dawn peered close Into the bearded just before the night feeding of grain.At .
an explanation to me was the only way and It seemed that his voice caughtever
"Well, have you two got matters man's face as though fearful of what the New York State college two
to right the wrong. Lydia told me so slightly.So .
cleared up?" he asked. he might say next pounds of tobacco dust Is added to
everything. It was Mr. Brandon it was arranged that he should
Dawn nodded silently. "We've got to get him somewhere each 100 pounds of mash as an aid to
who thought out the plan and forced stay through the night and the doctor
"Some things are cleared up," Elliott right away," MarMn muttered. "Got to. control intestinal worms and coccidi-
her to do It under threats of some ,
said. "But there are others. . It's ":)(1." left.Aunt osis. Tobacco dust should be guar-
sort. She didn't tell us what the Em carried the light out of the '
Dawn, won't you explain7"The "My house is just around the cor anteed to contain 1 per cent of nicotine ,
threats were but left our house for the sick room and placed It on a table In .
girl turned her face to Able. ner !i" she cried., "Bring him there. sulphate. When the mash Is being
train and Is gone from Tincup for- the hall. She bustled here and there,
"I'm ready to go home now," she Oh, hurry !I"Together fed HO change should be made In the
1 ever. And I've come to tell you occupied with a variety of minor errands -
how miserable I feel to think that I said weakly. they lifted Ben to his feet and finally drove Dawn to bed egular routine of flock management.

r was weak enough to act as Mr. Bran- His teeth ground shut to keep back the despite the girl's protests of sleeplessness. -
CHAPTER XII moans. He was sick and weak with Have Sufficient NestsA
<- don seemed to be sure I would act. .

.:.. Relief was singing through Elliott ; pain. He could feel blood smearingover Alone, she fixed blankets on the sufficient number of nests In the

relief and a great joy lifting him above Teams drove from the Hoot Owl his side and back. lie sagged living room couch while Martin sat in laying house Is necessary to prevent

rage for Brandon. toward town through the falling snow against Martin as the man supported the darkened bedroom. That done, she crowding ,on the nests which may re-

"Oh, rm glad !I" he said earnestly. that evening First went Ben Elliott him. beckoned to him from the hallway. sult In broken or soiled eggs, says B.

"I've Why, it completely knockedme alone and sending his drivers at. a "Tough, Dawn to get you They confronted one another therea C. Henderson, poultry extension spe-

off my pins! Dawn, It's been ter- spanking trot, wondering and at odds mixed up In a mess. ." long moment The woman's face cialist of the Pennsylvania State col-

rible for you but but this makesme with himself. "Hurry !" she said. "He's so weak !'" worked queerly and she seemed at a lege. In a recent survey conducted in

so happy !1" Why was Dawn so obdurate in this He was weak, indeed. With their loss for words.TO one of the Pennsylvania counties It

"I'm happy because, you are happy," matter of having him see her? Why arms about his body for support they BE CONTINUED.The was found that most of the producerswere

she said, hut something In her tone and that odd repression, as though
expression dampened his enthusiasm, struggled to keep from saying theo Dawn close ro him and closed his eyes Baby's FacultiesThe birds. Forty-four (per cent of pro-

checked his soaring spirits. She was s things that were bursting her heart? almost happily. He struggled to' help ages when certain faculties first ducers were using 10 to 12 nests for

calm, so steady, so restrained; her mood His Inability to answer those ques- himself' so 'ie would not burden her, appear in average Infants and children 100 birds, 20 per cent were using 13

was not at all that of one who comes tions drove him Into a dogged mood. but he stumbled and nearly fell and vary considerably. Memory and to 15 nests, and 12 per cent were using ,

Joyously to wipe out heartbreaking misunderstanding He felt like blaming Brandon for this, another gush of blood bathed his body simple consciousness come soon afterbirth over 20 nests.

"And I'll never forgive as well as other troubles. After ages of effort and pain a glare curiosity at about ten weeks,

myself for for falling into the A half hour behind him came a team seemed to be all about, warm breath the senses of shame, remorse and the With the PoultrymenCulling

trap that was set for me, Den !" from camp, driven by Bird-Eye Blaine.A fanned his face and Aunt Em, ludicrous at fifteen months, self-con..

"Why shouldn't you? Any girl would figure ahead stepped out of the ruts standing In the doorway, was saying sclousness at three years, the color hens .should. begin early. I).. ,

have felt as you did. But it's ex, and awaited his approach. sharply : I sense at four years and the sense of 't

plained, now. Let's forget It and begin "Town?" the man cried. "In here. Your room Dawn. fragrance at five years.- Collier' It takes from eight to eleven monthsto \

where we left off and find peac "Yup. Hello, Martin Whoa. ..' I'll phone the doctor." I I Weekly. properly develop* .and. finish a capon.

and-" Blaine lifted the heavy robes for thee Emory Sweet worked rapidly, once

The sharp shake of her head and bookkeeper and then clucked his team there. "Deep !1" he muttered. "Gad, Where People Live High Since young turkeys grow faster than

quick withdrawal of her hand cut bin on. what a blow. Missed*the jugular by a The highest point where there are young chickens, their feeds should be

off. "MIsther Elliott gone In?" he asked. hair." people living Is a mining district In higher in protein. .

"There are sterner things to thin k "He has, eh? 'Nd Misther Red The wound was only a-'slender slit In Chile which Is 1S.4SO feet The next

of, first,; quite different things, Ben, Bart Delaney.still persecutin' th' wintry the skin but the blade had been driven highest Is a mining district in Peru Limbernecli is caused by the birds

That is why I came out here, to tall t with his preslnce, loikely. Ah. th deep, Indeed, and the blood that flowed 16,200 feet In Tibet there Is a mon eating decayed; animal or vegtMbli;

to you about Bart Delaney. Able ha.S b'y, th' b'y!" from It had drawn the bronze from astery at a height of 15,200 feet material which Is highly poisonous t&
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\ i I, ;I I Lesson for September 1 FINNEY OF ,THE FORCE *:Wj::a::J Um. Nap Nipped

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I I PAUL THE APOSTLE arM SONMA .
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TAKE A WAP- \ r ALL i
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II" LESSON 20:33-35 Phl-
TEXT-Acts : ? .
'f j HI) lipplans 4:4-14. HAVEr'tfo BACK; ) / 01OU 8E I :
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t' you an example, that- so laboring ye DA 0 G oYD '
,; ought PRIMARY to help TOPIC-A the weak.-Acts Happy Worker 20:35.: FREE HOURS :1.1'1" -. )'.1

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I JUNIOR TOPIC-Paul a Good Soldier
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I. I' IC-The Church and the Toller. V "

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The_ explanatory title given by the G .,
1 lesson committee, "Paul (A Worker ( ; U0y U '
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I, With Hand and Brain)," Is unsatisfactory. 4 ., r G, oG

J His pursuit of a trade was incidental 1 1/ 4 :;
}\ as well as working with his
:.i. brain. He was in deed and In truth % 9\ o oocCf W uU .C''aQG ]

y the apostle of Jesus Christ and his entire 0v0 :
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person was dominated by his pas- wA1SflURE .,.,
sion to serve his Lord. 4Ce C O .i.

I. His Birth (Acts 22:3; cf. Phil. 0 .jC ccbOO. ..oou .,
AvJ' Aw'f
3:17). FANNY/))oNT 'fEZ.I THAT If' 0 0e0 r
He born In Tarsus of He- d 00'CO "
was pure RA'Dlo-MRS\ ( SNOOP '
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brew stock. He could with lawful I kNOW G

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pride boast of a godly ancestry. T' SNLEEpfilRtJ 4
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: II. His Home Training (Phil. 3:5). THAT RADio/ I 0 00 0 0 K'eo ,;

His parents were pious people and Q '
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: .., carefully reared him according to Jew- rO GI 0 ceCl
1111 ,
i ish standards. Most religious leaders 1\ -

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i Moses Samuel and Timothy.
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Stern principles of integrity were In- /P
culcated in him thus giving him i \ cgo9 2212
strength of character to impress the
,'i world.
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: III. His Education (Acts 22:3). _
i % ; 1. His patriotism. He was brought

up to love his nation. He proudly af
l i firmed "I am a Jew.. Paul was a nationalist It seems that girls will be girls
l of the true type, this season-even In the field of
f' ; 2. A love for the Bible. The Scriptures sports! And most welcome, too Is

d were to him the very Word ofL' I U I western.Newspaper Onion WfIh. I\ the return to femininity In clothes.
God. What was found written therein That flattering quality is most often
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was the final word for him. Loss achieved through the softness of
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THE Wet = Negative
I therein Is a tragedy. FEATHERHEADS m r Beauty or. easy freedom of line (like the

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l IV. His Conversion (Acts 22:0-10)). J Seventeenth Street New York City.

L III 1. On the way to Damascus (v. G). J K
He was filled with hatred of Christ I
and was on his way to Damascus with IN GOOD CONSCIENCE"What

authority to bring to Jerusalem to be
punished such Christians, men and 1'17 SAY women, as might be found. rY "fHtS ONE- WNEJBAD the congress meets?"
WEREN'T'
2. A light from heaven (vv. 6-9)). rf HE 1"ookT t KNEW WELL'- 1 GUESS "I am going to avoid the complications

As this light burned through the sky MY FACE: WAS FULL THAT LIGHT WAS of world economics," answered
I he fell)) to the ground. Accompanying i151' A FLASH JN THfc Senator Sorghum, "and concentrateon

the light was a voice saying, "Saul, \\ OF BRIGHTNESS PAS a notorious matter of: plain fact
Saul why persecutest thou me?" In AND L\GHT-II-IAD\ I / and simple stice-votes for Washington
I 'II response to his inquiry as to who was \ 1 D. C."
A SORT op- CSPIRITuAL' i
speaking, the Lord declared that It
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persecuting. s you favor lotteries
3. An honest inquiry (v. 10). This "No," answered Senator Sorghum.
Is shown by his declaration of his willingness 0 / "They are a means of distributing
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i The Lord, therefore Instructed him togo "But they don't change the financial -
I l to Damascus where fuller light i system. Those who take the
i f j would be given him. rake-off still hold the advantage."
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.1 4:4-13).
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II'II 1 1 philosophy of life. In order to Induce \
right living, there must be created m western Newspaper Untoa
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thinketh in his heart, so Is he." .
1. Unceasing Joy in the Lord (v. 4). I THAT'S SOMETHING It's so much harder for the cow to Old Stamping Ground
The one who knows the Lord Jesus sit on such a small bottle. Summer VIsitor-That old hog keeps

Christ as a personal Saviour and who frying to come into my room. He
knows that In the providence of God Social Drawbacks must have taken a fancy to me.
: all things work together for good to Bobby and Jane, small neighbors, Farmer's Son-No. That's his room
them who )love God, cannot help but d' r were quarreling about the social stand- during the winter.-Washington Post.

persistently rejoice in spite of personal ing of their respective families.
circumstances "Why, your dad and mother were Acid Test

2. Be careful for nothing (v. C). The married by a Justice of the peace," Cross-tie Charlie-I see by th' pa-
word "careful" means "concern which Bobby taunted. pers that the depression Is over.
leads to distraction." This does not "Yeah," retorted Jane hotly "and Thumbing Tom-You wouldn't thinkso

mean that such a one will be hazardous from the racket that comes from your fella, If you could taste some of
In his living or fall in the exercise Miss Caterpillar Miss Worm, I envy house, I betcha your ma and pa were th' pies that are being set out to cool. ,' 44i.
'l of common sense. He will not you this hot weather. married by the secretary of war."- ; ?
be disposed to depend. upon himself, Miss Worm-How so? Capper's Weekly. CAN'T TAKE IT ,
but cast himself upon his Lord for Miss Caterpillar-You don't have to -I 44.A
everything wear a fur coat all summer. DiscouragedHousewi1'cDon't

t' 4 ;!\ 6, Think on right things (v. 8)'. The you dare bring' me ,:J
'k one who thinks on truth will be true; Consistent Courtesy any more of that milk. It's positivelyblue.
'{ 'J the one who thinks on honesty will be "Why do you laugh at Mr.Smugglns' .
:--' honest; the one who thinks on love inane Jokes?" Farmer-It ain't my fault, ma'm.
will have love flowing from his person "I know he means well," said Miss Any cow would get downhearted with
Things honorable and of good Cayenne "and I see no reason for be- the price of milk as low as It Is. rrl
,; reputation among the people will not ing Impolite merely because he Is un-
I be "
neglected.
funny. Just Careful
:j 4. All sufficiency Is in Christ (vv.
Neighbor-Is this your baseball Joe? .,
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with his Lord will be content In Agriculture Teacher-Why-ia It that ? Ing." ;
whatever circumstances he may he cream costs more than milk? Neighbor-No. "So does mine. Just non I can't

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1 for Women arc faced with a serious I following the announcement of the When: Major Brown announced in century has carried the terms of
Dipper Dredge At problem of finding some place to appointment of Horace C. Beatty of September 1910, that he would give the "Sunshine Offer" at the top of

care for students clamoring for ad- the University of Florida, as state his newspaper away to all comers its first page, will publish an ambitious
Work In Canal mission. director of the Nationl Youth Ad- every day the sun did not shine on anniversary edition.

,." The advance registration is the ministration.The St. Petersburg up to 2 p. m. press Labor Day will be the 445 consec-

I largest in years and officials believeit regulations stipulate that on- time, his friends predicted early utive day of sunshine in St. Peters- ', '"
(Moore Haven Democrat) will exceed the peak of 1932-33 ly non-profit making institutions. of bankruptcy. But' Major Brown per- burg if there is no radical change in ( :.\

A yard and a half dipper dredge when 1,792 were registered.This college or university character are : sisted in big policy and during the the weather before that time. The
arrived at the opening of the Ca- year's increased enrollment eligible to participate in the pro-! 25 years' existence of the "Sunshine last free Issue of the Independent

loosahatchee canal, at the point has brought other complications to gram. Offer" has been obliged to make having been June 14, 1934.

.where it empties into the government which college officials at present Funds to be allotted are to ba good only 116 times, an averageof

channel north of town the latter -I have found no solution, Registar S. used to pay students for doing socially less than five times a year. C. T. FELIX IS LOW BIDDERON \
part of last week and has been IR. Doyle said. Foremost among desirable work, including the Major Brown's offer is considered ROAD
I NO. 29 BRIDGE
working this week cleaning out bars these is the dire need for more classrooms sort customarily done by students by newspaper and advertising

and other obstructions in order that and a larger teaching faculty. working their way through college, leaders as the greatest single con- C. T. Felix,-St. Petersburg- '

the MacWilliams Dredging Company loaded I such as clerical, library and re tribution to the fame and growth of tractor was low bidder on a bridge con-
may move in .their barges LOCK-TENDER'S HOUSE search. any American resort. Nicodemous
across Slough on State
with heavy draglines and other machinery The allottment of funds to each
STARTED THIS WEEK At exercises irt Williams Park Road No. 29 when bids were open-
early next month. I will be $15 month for
: college per
here ,Labor Day, Major Brown will ed by the State Road Departmentin
This dipper dredge is the property -, each of 12 per cent of its total en-
I receive the congratulations of thecountry's Tallahassee August 20. His bid
of the Bryan and Holloway Con-: Construction of a locktender'shouse rollment as of October 1, 1934. outstanding newspaper executives -
was $8,880,85.
struction of West Palm at the lock i,nd hurricane Students desiring to participatemust
Company
i and the thanks of his fellow -
Beach and has been hired by the gate in Moore Haven begun this be able to qualify on a basis townsmen. A huge birthday

MacWilliams Company for this I week, L. L. Langford of Hain'es .City of need for such assistance. Character cake will be cut into 3,300 piecesfor Window in Umbrella
work.: It is understood that the having sub-contracted the work and ability to do college work I I
distribution those
I among present An umbrella with a mica window In
dredge will work its way to Lake from the E. H. Latham Company must be shown. Only students carrying Is
at the ceremony.On one section a recent Invention to
there will throw This will be a modern five-room three fourths of the
Hicpochee and upa at least nor- where
the holiday the Evening Inde enable a pedestrian to see he
dam across Three-Mile canal at house which sits at the base of the mal student will be consid-
program
pendent, which for a quarter of a .Is heading on a rainy, windy day.
levee. The foundation Is tied to the
the mouth of the lake. This dam
will be built between the first and lock chamber with heavy steel tic ered.This program 'supervised by Dr.

tenth of next month and the U. S. rods. L. R. Alderman, director of educa-
Engineers are especially anxious Concrete work In the lower hur- tion, National Youth Administration -

that boat owners be notified that ricane gate is rapidly nearing completion is an extension of the Federalaid -

the canal will be closed -to naviga- and it is thought that the program administered by'the
tion for 'a short time. hanging of gates in the lower structure -I FERA. HAY FEVERASTHMA

Latest reports from the MacWil will be started soon. The E. H. I .
Latham Company is expecting to fin-
liams -Company are that they have SUNSHINE OFFER" GIVES
ish this job by the first of Novem-
been forced to put off moving into I NAME: OF "SUNSHINE CITY"St.
ber. and SUMMER COLDS
the canal until at least a week later are

than the schedule given in last FINANCIAL AID FOR Petersburg, Aug. 29 (FNS- unnecessary. Complete relief only $1.00 "'-
weeks paper. STUDENTS IS PROVIDED Major B. Brown, publisher of the I
The U. S. Engineers report that St. Petersburg Independent, will be Postpaid. Nothing else to buy. Over $:e;

they have erected a field office at Gainesville, August 29 (FNS- honored Labor Day at a celebrationof 40,000 HOLFORD'S WONDER INHALERS ,
the site of the Ortona lock and havea General regulations concerning aid the twenty-fifth anniversary of
large part: of the structure staked for needy college and university his famous "Sunshine Offer" which sold last year alone. Mail $1.00 r

out at this time. Nothing definitehas ; students in Florida during the college gave St. Petersburg its nickname of today for full season's relief to THE
when\
been learned as yet as to "
year .1935-36 were made public "The Sunshine City.
DANDEE CO. 14 North Sixth St.
the Spadaro Company, contractorson ,
this structure, plan to start work.
MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, or write
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERSNotice
1<'.. S. C. W. WILL BE CROWDEDTO for Free Booklet.
OVERFLOWING THIS YEAR

is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of

Tallahassee, August 29, (FNS).- Hendry County, Florida, has prepared, as required bylaw, the following
With all rooms reserved in the dor- estimates of the necessary and ordinary expenses of the various fundsof

mitories and a continuous flow of Hendry County, Florida, contemplated for the fiscal year commencing
applications coming in each day, officials October 1st, 1935, and ending September 30th, 1936.GEl"ERAL ... .- -- '-,: : >.: o :.. ",: :: r= = -: = -=:: -,::' ::= : -=:"- = =-:-_- = ; -.- -: -

at the Florida State College .
REVENUE FUND

211 County Commissioners mileage ........................................$ 370.00
212 Clerk of the Board salary..................................,.....;.......... 1500.00
Pineapple 219 Attorney to "the Board and Sheriff ........._.......................... 1,580.00 Why Delay???
221 Clerk Circuit Court, Recording and General Court Work 100.00

_. 224 Tax Assessor, Commission ............................._.................. 1,600.00
Prospers 225 Tax Collector, Commission ................................................ 1,000.00
241 Maintenance of Court House ...............................<.............:. 1400.00 .
261 Elections and ,Supervisor of Registration ..........................._ 950.00
262 Legal Advertising .........:....................................................... 200.00 In Building Your Home
269, Stationary, Printing, Recording Books,. Lights, s.
Telephones, Insurance and Incidentals ..;......................... 2,360.00;
341 Maintenance of Jail ............................................................ 206.00
.
537 Maintenance of Cemetery .........................................,.......... 300.00
562 Insanity Inquest ........................................::.......................... 100.00 5
563 General Welfare ....................................................:............ 2,300.00 i4TV
'
t 699 Contingencies and Emergencies ........:.............................._ 1,000.00 If '.you 'own the lot, have .a monthly income of five


I : $14,960.00FINE '

FORFEITURE FUND times the amount. of the payment on the. loan required to
j" 321 Clerk Circuit Court, Fees and Costs ...............:...............$ 300.00 ,
323 County Judge, Fees and Costs. ..........:...............................".. 1,700.00 I
324 Justice of the Peace, Fees and Costs ................................ 300.00 finance the construction, get, in touch with ns and we will 1
325 Sheriff, Feescosts, jail guard and commission -..........;.... 5,000.00
prosperous people could 326 Constables, Fees and Costs .........;...................................... 500.00
ONLY
i to eat pineapple before 329 Other Court Costs and Fees ......................................:..:...... 1,100.00 be pleased to take jour application, submit it to the. housing -
, the Invention of canning. Poets 361 Coroners Inquest, Fees and Costs ..........:.:.......:..............._ 200.00
used it as a symbol for the rare 362 Feeding and care of Prisoners ............................................ 2,400.00 1
r- and luxurious-but kings and millionaires 699 Contingencies and Emergencies .................:.:...........::...... 500.00 institution and give you a report within two weeks.
ate it. Balzac devised a I
" scheme for getting rich by raising $12,000.00
. .pineapple under glass, in the Paris I ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND When loan has been approed you may sign a note and

suburbs, but the pineapples let 411 County Commissioners Road Inspection ...........:....:...........$ 3000.00
him down. They preferred Ha- 412 Labor on Roads and Bridge Tender _............................... 16,000.00
waiian sunshine. order materials. ,
442 Road Machinery and Equipment ...=.....................:.............. 2,500.00 '" jour .' -
P'. become Today, however, pineapples' have 449 Rent of Equipment ...........................;.................................. 1,000.00
so that ,
can afford to prosperous'contribute their they goldto 461 Road Material ................................m.u..m.................... 3,000.00 '
all-the gold of health and 463 Payment to Cities and Towns .........m................................. 150.00 "'0 have a' large stock of lumber, both pine and. cypress '-
petite. On the suuny salt-breeze ap- 469 Supplies and Expenses ....................................:...................2 2,000.00 1 ,
isles of Hawaii they ripen in such 699 Contingencies and Emergencies ........................................ 2,350.00 90 : V
abundance that canners can affordto cypress shingles, metal and asphalt'oofillg, brick,
'
.
$;
gather only the very best of $30,000.00
, the fine crop, pack them in cans PUBLICITY FUND
.',.' and send them to. us at exceed- 685 Moneys to be. Expended for Publicity Purposes ................$ 1,000.00 cement, lime, plaster, doors, windows and almost anything
' ingly low cost. -
. '. COURTHOUSE BOND INTEREST AND SINKING FUND 1
; Share The'lr WealthTo 761 Interest on 89000.00 Bonds Outstanding ..........__......_....$ 5310.00 needed for tho small home. .

762 Bonds Maturing ...............:.................................:.....::._......... 6,000.00
keep pace with the, prosperity 763 Commission and Expense .................................................... 20.00 ,( .
,of pineapple, dietitians are. devising -,_
new ways to use them, so Where materials arc not in stock we can get overnight
$11,360.00\
that they may continue to bring
HIGHWAY INTEHEST'AXD SINKING 'FUND I
their wealth to table. I ElOND
will say, "They our are Perhapsyou so deli- 761 Interest on $295,000.00 Bonds Outstanding, .............:.-......$17,400.00 service on standard! I, stock materials; from the coast towns.

cious just as they come from the 762 Bonds Maturing .................................................................. .10,000.00 ,
can-why bother to prepare them' 763 Commission and Expense ..........................:......................... 100.00 .i
otherwise?" r i :. .. .- :: -
The answer is-variety. Use 27500.00 ,"'c have stocked fairly_complete line of house paints

them just as they come from the I SPECIAL ROAD AND BRIDGE DISTRICT NO. 2, .. .
can for breakfast fruit, and you Interest and Sinking Fund" '

will find that, prepared in one of 761 Interest on $49,562.30 Bonds Outstanding ....................$ 2,646.34 which we can sell at.popular prices and would like totalk ...
the delicious new forms, you will: 7C2 Bonds Maturing ............................_.__.................................... 4,547.00 ::
be ready for them again in a din 763 Commission and Expense ..............:...........................:.,...--...... '666
ner salad, with meats, or as a
dessert. "to those interested ,in painting their.; : homes.
$ 7,200.00
Tw TopNotchersThere SPECIAL- ROAD AND BRIDGE .DISTRICT NO. 3,- i

Interest and. Sinking Fund \
Is an East Indian Shrimp 761 Interest on $4,050.00 :Bonds Outstanding ..........__.............$ 243.00 i

Salad, for example which com- 762 Bonds'; Maturing ...........00............:........................................:. 405.00
bines crushed pineapple with 763 Commission and Expense .............. ..................................... 2.00
shredded cabbage, moistened with :
mayonnaise and seasoned with $ 650.00

curry powder-all neatly stuffed Notice is. further giVen that the,.Board of County Commissioners of LumberCompany

in which ripe fresh tomatoes or, over canned the edge of Hendry County, Florida, will at its next regular meeting on Tuesday, Wells-Royal

hooked. Add*this to shrimpsare September 3rd, 1935, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., consider and act upon the
pineapple
repertoire. and see your how rich foregoing estimates, and as adopted the same shall constitute the fixed
you feel! expenditures for and against general funds above mentioned, for the
There's a dessert, too that's fiscal year commencing October 1st 1935', and ending September 30th,
quick as a wink to prepare-and 1936: I
'so good. Just saute sponge cake DONE AND ORDERED by the Board of County Commissioners of .
to a nice brown, add drained diced Hendry County, Florida, in special session, this the 12th day of August, .
pineapple and sugar to the pan, A. D. 1935. Pahokee, Florida Clewiston, Florida .:
saute a few moments longer and (SEAL) DAVID ALSTON, __ : 'PHONE 2591: 'PHONE 383
when slightly golden in color, pour Chairman. T- '-
it over the sponge cake, topped Attest: William T. Hull, ." :
with plenty of whipped cream. It's Clerk.
-.- .
extraordinary! -' :I'O : '"":1-- -' \ ''" .
August 16-23-30: 1935. :., ." .- 10"1"WAGE .:.





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