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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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''I : : No Damage To Lake Area Winner AnnouncedIn County Schools Open ,.

11'' Name Contest


I From Labor Day StormThe -- Next Monday Morning .

Iii 11 i Miss Edna Culbreath, stenogra- ,

pher in the U. S. Sugar Company
'C 0: o
The tropical hurricane which or- office was winner of the contest 1 Vacation time will soon be over 4

iginated Sunday near Long Island] Three Projects Are sponsored by ,Mrs. M. H. Crouch Capt. Selee Pleased for Hendry county school children -
f' and Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart for find- .
1 in the West Indies east of Cuba and who next Monday morning, September -
Submitted By Board ing a name for their new place of With Engineer's WorkCapt.
j which ''struck the Florida] keys Monday 9, will enroll in county schools '

i night leaving a wide path of business which was formerly known for the term of 193536.. Officials 1'

1 death and desolation in its wake, Three projects for the construction as the Clewiston Drug. Richardson Selee, in chargeof state that the enrollment this year
I I passed from there into the Gulf of Miss Culbreath's suggestion was the Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee] will probably be larger than last.
of schol buildings in the county -
:
Mexico. The only effect of the storm "The Everglades, Sodas and Sundries' year's. ,
flood control for
with WPA funds were submitted project the U. S.
i winds and was made on ticket No. Opening .exercises at the Clewiston '
: felt in the lake area were of Engineers expressed -
to the district office in West Corps Wednesday
: of almost gale force and nearly 348. The name was picked yester- his school will be held at nine a. m.
pleasure at the, the
Palm Beach recently. All three of way
I. I forty-eight hours of constant rain these projects were recommended by day and the number posted. In a engineer force had taken hold and with the new principal, Prof. W. L. .
fall which has Inundated some of few hours Miss Culbreath notifiedthe Beacom, in charge of the program.He .
worked
I that office for approval and will be duringthe period when it
1 the lowlands. The storm continued sent to Jacksonville for approval. store by telephone that she held seemed that Lake Okeechobee might is expected to outline his plans .
j the stub containing,' the duplicate for the term it will '
northward almost parallel to the and be well
be visited
another
If approved there they must thenbe by hurricane and
Florida west coast and went inland number. A cash award of $5.00 was worth the 'while of every school pat-
fear that he have
sent to Washington for the national any might felt for '
near Cedar Key. At this time It has board to act upon. offered. the section during this storm was al- ron to come out and hear his talk.
I
; crossed the Florida line into Geor- One of the projects 'is an additionto The new place of business began lyed by the efficient way in which The program has not been announced '

gia but winds are rapidly diminish- operating under the new name im- the organization took hold and but it is'likely that the county .
the school building] and an audi-
ing in intensity.Charted I torium at LaBelle at an estimatedcost mediately. A complete line of gift worked, many of them for forty- board and local board of trustees
and sporting goods are offered, sodas will be represented and short talks
course of the storm I of $22,000. The second is a eight hours without rest. -
shows that it traveled almost due new school building for Clewistonto and beer, candies, cosmetics, All hurricane gates and culverts made.

I'' west from its point of origin near cost approximately $30,000 and etc., They will not,handle a complete were closed and patrolled In ,order' The county board and the local '

i'""'!! Long Island. When fifty or sixty the third a $7,000 rustic school line of drugs but will stock some of that boats from the lake might take trustees have been doing everything

t\\\ +miles east of Havana it turned and building_ at ''Harlem. the' bast known prepared sellers. refuge behind the gates. Govern- possible during the past few weeksto

i ....; came almost straight northward to The building planned for Clewiston They plan to inst :i a new electric ment boats and dredges were taken have the building' ready for the :.:.

cross the keys: at Matecumbe strik', is a one-story building with six automatic phonograph or piano on behind the levee and moored with opening of school and this work was .

11' ing almost without warning three I class-rooms and an auditorium. It the mezzanine floor within a' short the exception of the Welatka] which completed this week. Plumbing and '. ...

r camps of world war veterans' engaged -"would be of stucco construction. The time for dancing.FORMER could not move from its present lo- electrical repairs have been made "

In work on the oversea highway Harlem school is to be a three-room cation. It was anchored in place and class rooms divided so that ,more

from the Florida mainland to Key Structure to be built entirely of logs prepared to ride out the storm if necessary space might be provided for some,

West. Reports of the damage and which may be cut from nearby LABELLE The Gulfport was taken into I classes, the building screened ,,

' death from this section is still unknown -I woods. Because of the fact that mostof I the Hillsborough canal back of Hur- throughout' and playground equipment '

but every report grows more the cost of the Harlem school will ricane gate No.4. It moved out put in first class condition.The .

:' severe. Estimates of the dead have be labor it is considered likely that PASTOR AND WIFE again Wednesday. libraryhas been moved to larger -

t ", been made at about four hundred this project will be the first approved. Windows of the office and at the quarters and the principal's: office -

j the majority occurring in these vet1 government houses on the will be in the old library room.
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"'1 erans camps. A Florida East Coast WPA Engineer Martin, ,of Palm VICTIMS OF STORMRev. tion were boarded up by reserva-I Opening off the principal's office .

train sent to Lower Matecumbe to Beach, talked very hopefully of force, working through the night. I' will be the first aid clinic and mu-

remove these veterans arrived too these projects to the school board Capt. Selee stated that the gates sic room. :Window frames have been

; late and after picking up about and they are hoping that they will and Mrs. R. E. Carlson, who all worked with a 'minimum of trou- painted Inside and out to prevent

twenty-five men at the lower island, be approved, even though the records have been located in LaBelle for ble and that this storm scare had rusting and broken panes replaced.A .

had proceeded only a short distance show that less than fifty per- several years and who were movedto proven that the organization was faculty meeting was held at

i' northward until a huge wave washI' cent of the projects submitted even Islamorada] on Upper MatecumbeKey (Continued on Page 8) the school Thursday afternoon with

ed the eleven coaches off the track. get back from Washington. by the last conference of the all the teachers present with the exception -

i None of the men on the train are Florida Methodist Church in June, of Mrs. Agnes Thomas who-

to have been killed. The is with her husband -
reported victims in St. Petersburg
were reported ,of the hurri- AMATEUR STATION
i liner Dixie :carrying nearly eight cane which swept across that, section who confined to a hospital
: hundred passengers was grounded EDWARD KETTNER IS Monday night. there recuperating from injuries -

on Upper Matecumbe key and all ef- GIVES STORM received" in a recent car wreck. The
Wherever this couple was known NEWS
I forts of rescuing the passengers purpose of this meeting was to give
KILLED NEAR ALVAEdward their death will be'mourn d by ev
I were balked until Wednesday night. teachers their assignments of classes -
4 eryone. Mrs. Carlson before her --
: a They were all taken off safely, the and to outline policies for the
marriage was Miss Maud Magill The apartment of A. H. Davis at
1 ;
ship having been strong enough to I coming year. School board members
Kettner, 58, of Palm daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F.: Ma- the Clewiston Inn was easily the
withstand the battering of heavy r and trustees were presentwith talks
gill of LaBelle. most in Clewiston
place
popular
,', seas. Beach, was killed Tuesday afternoon being made by Prof. Beacom and :M.

: R. k As the storm headed north from just about a hundred yards west of r Rev. Carlson was pastor of' the Monday night, for practically every E. VonMach, member of the county
one, at some time other duringthe
or
LaBelle Methodist for'
,; Cuba reports stated that it might church sev- school] board from Clewiston.
the Hendry-Lee: county line on eral years and was considered one night stopped in to hear the
t come directly up through the center Most of the books have been received -
t of the state and every precaution Highway 25 when the bus he was of the best workers ,with young peo- storm reports he picked up with the Mon-
distributed
and will be
driving for tae Glades-K Lines ple in the entire Florida conference.He amateur station which he has rig-
overturned -
was taken to insure the safety of ,
of books
but there is 'shortage
I day a
II' in his to watch him
ged room or
transferred up '
was to Islamoradoto I
lake residents.: This report was received during a blinding rain for some classes. It is hoped that
I take a charge which included work as he talked with othel1 amateurs -
l ,early Monday evening. At ;torm. There were no pasengers on churches in an attempt to ascertain high school pupils, especially, will I
there, in Tavernier and
o'clock barometer ,
eleven the was
a ,, i stations the bus and no witnesses to the accident other communities in the Florida the location and course of the storm bring their last years books for exchange -
still falling here and radio !? I to eliminate the deficiency.The .
but it is thought that he keys.: which swept across the Florida keys
E in Miami were already knocked out ''state will not additional
that night with tremendous ]loss of supply
by the storm but reports at that must have been travelling at a good Reports that Rhe bodies had been life. books even if shortage exists.

time said there was no danger for speed trying to make up some lost brought out caused H. B. Magill; the
The only school in county
I this section "before early Tuesday a brother of Mrs. Carlson, to leave Mr., Davis first started followingthe
time his hit the slick which will not Monday is the
I on run and open
r morning at the earliest. I his home in Moore Haven storm at 3:00 Monday afternoon
residents I pavement in Lee county too fast 'Wednesday to search for them. and late that afternoon picked up a colored school in Harlem. This
Many Clewiston kept
school will begin the second weekin
II track of the storm through reports and lost control. The bus is said to He was in Homestead yesterday message from a Jacksonville ama-

morning but had been unable to locate teur who had heard the SOS call October.
from amateur radio stations and have overturned several times. distributed to the -
books
them. A report receivedby sent out by ,the liner "Dixie" just) Free pupIls
I. through the local amateur station at Mr. Kettner was the owner and will be charged to them and
;Mrs. Magill at 11:00 yesterday after she was grounded on Upper
the Clewiston Inn. There seemed to
,
will be held responsible in case
with his wife operator of the GladesK I they
K-ey.
morning stated that the Matacumbe few weeks
be little concern felt by residents Only a
,I I anything happens ,to any of the 1
I other than for possibly property ,, Lines from Palm Beach to Fort bodies had been brought out and ago Mr. Davis picked up the distress: will be given a
books. Each pupil
damage, it apparently being the Myers. Mr., Kettner made the com- were being taken care of by Rev. H. Signals of a stranded ketch off the II) card which is td be taken home for I

opinion of everyone that they are plete round trip across the state H. Waller, pastor of the Coral Ga- coast of, Cuba and notified the Coast .
i safe behind the new government levee each day while his wife drove to bles Methodist church. She wired Mr. Guard who proceeded to their res-I the parent or guardian to sign. [

; from damage by flood waters Clewiston and returned to Palm cue. The Jacksonville amateur seem- --

,t i II from the lake. Beach He arrived on regular schedule (Continued from page I ed to be in doubt as to who to no- KIST OF TEACHERS I

: ;c Two draglines and a Caterpillar at Clewiston at about ten-thirty 1)I I tify and recalling the former inci- SchoolW.

;\ '(:i tractor bull-dozer]] went to work a. m. dent called Davis' station W4GQ High Social
TO ALL OPERATORS AND L. Beacom, Principal,
' about eight o'clock Monday night to Those who viewed the body and OWNERS OF OATS I and in turn he notified the coast Science.B. .

t I i fill up the gap at the mouth of the scene of the wreck state that AND FLOATING PLANT guard at Fort Lauderdale througha E. Herring, Mathematics and
\ Three-Mile canal at Moore Haven, he was thrown clear of the bus and ,station in West Palm Beach. The

I[ (Continued. on Page S) I'aeck broken. There were no, bruises I Coast Guard boats immeidately, set Science.
In case of a hurricane, the Lake Dorothy Lockhart, English.
on the body with the exception of out to rescue passengers from the and
Okeechobeie hurricane gates at : Sue Maxwell Junior High
the bruise on the back of the neck. ship but were driven back by the
Poole Gives Talk Moore Haven, Clewiston] Lake Hari i Senior High Science.
The body was taken to Fort Myrs heavy seas encountered.
bor, Hillsboro Canal, and Canal'' Mary Snell, Junior High.
At Kiwanis Meeting \ following the accident and held Point, will be closed by, the United Throughout the night Monday Elementary School

a intil high water over the roads had States Engineer Department and I night as the storm turned in its path Mrs. W. L. Beacom,' First Grade.
receded and ,it could be moved ] 1
tor I westward and headed north toward
kept closed until the storm has sub- Elta Prewitt, 2nd 'grade.
Inclement weather Wednesday ev- his. home Thursday morning. Ser- sided. The time of closure cannot Florida, Mr. Davis stayed at his set Lucille Hampton, 3rd grade.

ening disrupted plans for a "regular vices were held a$ the' Ferguson be definitely stated, but will be in I and charted the course of the storm Elizabeth Rumley, 4th grade.
at the Kiwanis meeting and Funeral] Home Thursday with Rev. accurately ,from information received. -
program the early stages of the storm., Under Agnes Thomas, 5th grade.
' the evening was taken up by, discus- Alexander Lynn, pastor of the First no conditions will the gates bed On a big map of the West Indies Lavonia Congdon, 6th grade. -

sion 'of. Constitution Week which Presbyterian Church officiating. opened during a storm, once they and Florida Coast which covers

starts next Monday. Grover Poole Spanish War: Veterans had hervicesat have' been closed, as such an' act almost the entire\ side" of the AFRS. LEAH; SPICER PLANTS

made a short impromptu talk in the grave in Woodlawn Ceme- would endanger the lives of people room he traced the course of the CITRUS NEAR BARE BEACHMrs.

:',' which he commented on an editorial tery with Legionnaires making up a ]living behind the levee. Anyone storm with thumbtacks and in his --

in the current issue of Collier's firing squad.Pallbearers. wishing to move a boat through any I log book recorded the time of direction Leah Spicer recently set out

\,;'t Weekly along the line of whether or ]) were B. Elliot and of the above gates must do so priorto Changes, velocities reported, 300 citrus trees on a tract of land
: not it would be advisable to re- Olaf Doe of Pahokee, L. E. Will, their being closed. etc. With the exception of time off to the highway near Bare
adjacent
write the Constitution. He also had Belle Glade, and Cecil W. Vaughn By order of the District to eat he stayed on duty, without Beach. Mostly late oranges of the 1

In his' possession plans for the proper Jess Waldron and Hal Taylor of Engineer, Jacksonville, sleep' until Wednesday morning at Valencia, Marsh seedless and Pineapple -

k ,.? observance of Constitution West Palm Beach. Florida] 3:00 when he turned in and slept varieties were planted.The .

r Week and discussed them with the The following account of the acci- (Signed) R, SELEE; until daylight and "returned to his trees were raised by Mrs.
few other members who had braved dent is taken from Wednesday'sPalm post. Although the Clewiston area
1 1, Captain, Corps of Engi- Spicer in her nursery back of the
the disagreeable weather to attend Beach Post. neers. was definitely out of the track of
Laundry
{ the meeting. Palm Beach Post. the storm early Tuesday morning Clowiston

Following]] Mr. Poole's talk there Edward Kettner, 58, of Palm there, were many hoping to get news

was some discussion regarding the Beach, mpmber of the crew of the Archie Black, druggist at Alston'sis of relatives from points where all Mr. and' Mrs. Hubert Land and

\ raising of money to help the P.-T.!NC-4, navy airplane that made the spending a weeks vacation at his communications had been cut off. son, Gene, of Okeechobee, visited

A. finance the purchase of band instruments -I first heavier-than-air flight across home in North Florida. Wade Car- In view of the fact that Miami Mrs. Land's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

: for the school. This was the Atlantic ocean, and an operator tee of Moore Haven is substitutingfor broadcasting stations were off the H. C. Avant in Clewistou] over the

tabled' for further consideration." (Continued on Page 8) Mr. Black while he is away. (Continued on Page 8) ..\. Labor Day Holidays.

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1935



Lobby Probers Quarrel ....______AAAA AAAA_

rs Over Witness Hopson Let Our Motto Be

BRISBANE RIVALS, In the matter of publicity, GOOD HEALTHBY
, and senate committeeson I
, the DR. LLOYD ARNOLD
activities of lobbyists got Intoa '
: THIS WEEKA : that Professor of Bacteriology and Preventive i
tangle didn't
certainly enhance Medicine,University of Illinois,
their dignity. Howard College of Medicine.

r- C. Hopson, --------------------------
Rogers HighwayOur long sought head

,Policy? Here It Is, the Associated AIR CONDITIONING

Why Go to Town? syste'm and Electric I Almost everyone has had the experi-
By Edwar Pickard permitted
To Discourage Vice emissary of the withI ,. ence on a hot summer day of going

From Tusla, Okla., in which state '0 Western Newspaper Union committee to find, Into a movie pIc-

Will Rogers. was born, J. D. Under- and Senator H ii ture theater that

woo d telegraphs Mussolini Won't Give Up on firms which contract with the government Black: flew Into a !! :> has had a sign announcing -
suggesting as "the rivers and harbors legisla- : "70
His Adventure and had his ;
Ethiopian
highest tribute anda' tion, the third deficiency bill, the oil {t COOL INSIDE."

lasting memorialto MUSSOLINI Is determined to con- regulation measure! ,to ratify state com- threaten Hopson "". ....M .-;, For the first few

Will Rogers," and all Europe Is pacts made at Dallas; railroad reorganization ;- contempt proceedings H. C, Hopson moments we have a
trembling. II duce evidently feels that unless he appeared be-
that Highway 66, legislation. grateful sense of
his personal prestige is at stake, and both fore It Chairman O'Connor of the
which runs from Compromises on the utilities comfort The air
,, to him that means the house body was angered by this and
ogers' new home v bill and the ta* measure were being seems delightful af-
in California to 'his / continuation of the worked out The former, It was reported -' declared : "Hopson is In my custody.I've ter the sizzlingblasts

iiitiI old home at, Clare- Fascist regime. An- would direct the' federal power'commissionto got him. Nobody else' has got on the street.
'
and Pierre him. Nobody else Is 'going' to get
thony Eden
more, Okla.: be extended decide which companies Then gradually it'
on Ito New Laval offered Italy should be eliminated, but would him. dawns on us that

York, and the,whole what would amountto leave wide avenues through which the ,The elusive, chunky utilities mag- n' we ,are cold If we
1H. nate told the house committee about
road named "Will a mandate over companies could carry to the court : have a wrap, we put it on. But mostof

Rogers Highway" : Haile Selassie's realm their fight, against dissolution. his various, companies' related the us don't carry wraps when the
,' but that was not' About, two weeks It is revealed saga of his travels while he was be-
- American
If ,every, ago, temperature is near the hundred mark.
enough, so the: tri- ing sought But he politely refused to an-
highway with the Roper council, composed of some Moreover we have discarded every
Arthur Brisbane power 'conference In 40 business leaders to the PresI- swer questions concerning the sources
friends of Wil] K0g- sent article of clothing ,that our sense of
..' ers living ,on both! sides 'from. one end Paris was declared ad- dent a report urging strongly that thet and amount of his income. He testi- public decency will permit us to dis
'
" to the other were named .for him, T .Aloisl 177': Journed.. The friendBaron :>s bill be deferred until the January fied that he "believed" the Associated : card. We debate whether we shouldgo
:: ship between France session of so that there mightbe Gas ,system> had spent "eight or nine
t there would be many "Wlll Rogers" congress out and get warm, but we remem-
' .I' highways.; and Italy must be ruptured. Great BrItain time for the formulation ;of a -carefully hundred thousand dollars" In opposition ber the unbearableness of the heat.
: will Insist action to the Wheeler-Rayburn utility .
on by the League
considered
f'; tax program. The Eventually, though, we leave and as
of Nations council when it control bill."That's ,
meets Sep- council included defense of
a holding we reach the sidewalk, the hot air
: Thus run the headlines: .
;. tember 4. There, Is no reason to believe have just'a small fraction of the
companies, asserting they played
I makes us gasp for breath. We feel
"ITALY ALL PEACE
TALK.
BARS' that the council will do more than its an important part in the country's $300,000,000 ,equity in our companies
suffocated ; we become cold, clammy.
f" .' "BRITAIN WEIGHS SANCTIONS.WANTS did in the case of Japan's, seizure of growth and "should not be ruthlessly which would be destroyed If the bill We
may even have a strong feeling of
t: TO KNOW OUR POLICY. ,Manchuria, but it seemingly will be destroyed." This document was pigeon- becomes law and remains law," he de-
nausea. A few of us may collapse enP'f'
If she wants' to know the policy of forced denounce. Italy's, action, and holed at the White House, which was clared. tirely. I

r :. 90 out-of a, .ICQ( ordinary Americans, that would' be enough to Induce''Mussolini highly displeasing to the members of Late In the day Hopson calmly Obviously, this Is 'over-refrigeration.

:t:; and .100 per cent, of all commonsense to withdraw his country .from the council though they should by this walked into Black's committee room

,'. Americans, It would be this: the league. If and when Italy defies time be used to that treatment of their and asked :' "Is some one here lookIng The purpose of air-conditioning is to'
' .
;:' To mind business European the for ?" Black' and his committee make comfortable, and if we are uncomfortable -
our own ; let league, that pretentious' body .work.Republicans. me
Y-r: nations, alternately murdering previously defied successfully' by Japan then questioned the utilities man for : side hot air when into the we inside go from cooled the out-air,

each other and robbing Inferior na: and Germany, will amount to' little. an hour or two 'and got'' mighty little and ''acutely uncomfortable, almost to

r:; tions, attend to" their business' in their No wonder the statesmen of Europeare 'Make A Awkward outf him except smooth sarcasm' the point of sickness, when we go

it:, way. jittery. Demands in 'Lobby Probe that made the chairman 'quite furious from the inside cooled air into the out-

, One high French official was quotedas members, of the senate side hot, air again, then something is

/;'. Our policy now, with Italy swallowIng saying that Europe "faces a crisis MINORITY committees that are Schacht Scolds Nazis for'' wrong.

;j... Ethiopia should: be exactly what like that of 1014," and he admitted Investigating the doing of lobbyists the Persecution of Jews The skin is the largest organ of the

: it 'was when our British friends were that "France must resign herself to determination body.If it were spread out on the
?; : started out the week with the EtJALMAR SCHACHT economic
losing Italy's friendship." Others in DR. ; floor It would be the 'size of a rug sevenor
i( > busy swallowing the, lands .of the Boers, ,to find outwhy of Is brave
Germany a
;'_ absorbing that 'country with its valuable Paris declared' that France is now solIdly Marvin H. MacIn- eight feet square. When the outer
with England. man. Once more he has dared tOspeak'out air is cooler than the body, the skin
: gold and diallond.miI We did
es._ tyre, secretary to the of the Nazi
nothing then. Why should we Invent 'After Baron Pompel Aloisl had submitted strongly In reprobation tries to prevent heat loss by reducingthe
President ; LawrenceW. Jews
of the in the reich .
I'" the persecution, amount of warm blood flowing
Anglo-French proposition to
special Mussolini
for now?
a policy
Robert, Jr., as- Christian
and of those who are attacking -
', Mussolini ,and had received the duce's through this body covering' layer.
'slstant secretary of such individuals
He declared
reply, he told Eden and Laval that his churches. While it is Impossible for the body to
?.: France and, England. "fear Mussolini. the treasury, and to
were doing great injury
master would be satisfied with nothingless prevent, loss of heat by this mechanism
:k. may involve three continents In the Amon G. Carter of Germany's economic condition and re
than "annexation of Ethiopia In still excessive dissipation of heat Is
( Ethiopian war., ,Has Europe heard!:of Fort Worth, publisherand tarding her recovery and this is espe-
'whole '
or ;In part" Laval' was furious'and avoided. But the skin loses heat and,
,::,. the New, England farmer who said : directly accused Mussolini of friend of the cially .his interest as ,he.Is. presidentof acts as a radiator in spite of all that
5\
,,-, "I'm on my'way to town'to get drunk, ; a Roosevelt family,'were ,' the. Reichsbank as well as ministerof
breaking a personal promise made to the body can ,do., .During_cold weatherwe
i\' and Lord, howl dread It!" He need all found In the aparr- His strictures were "
; '' economics. ap"plied
him when he visited Rome. Eden' lose two-thirds of the heat value of
r: not have gone to' town: European nations abruptly brought the conference'to' a B''B'. Robmscn ment at the Shoreham to, Julius Streicher, chief, Jew- food through our skins. Sixty-five centsof
r''. need not be' dragged into a tri- hotel of ,Bernard ,B. baiter and Paul Joseph Goebbels, min-
close.In every dollar we spend for food .Is
continental war' if they don't want to Robinson of Chicago, chief lobbyist: of ister of propaganda.
Addis Ababa the high priests of used to heat the air in which we live.On .
: be dragged. the Associated Gas and Electric com-
Ethiopia' conducted a solemn 'servIce, Mr. -'There are certain contemporaries the other hand In the summer the
pany. Robinson himself also. was with the
think
of whom one can only ,
t In the' presence of the emperor,' praying skin acts like a refrigerator. We secrete -
r-:: A very old poker player of the New for: liberty and for deliverance from there, and it was said when. the door prayer in mind 0 Lord, preserve us water Into the outside skin and

York Press' club, when he "raised the war with Italy, The head of the church was opened at the knock of 'the ser- from our friends." Schacht asserted the evaporation of this, water ,cools us. '
geant at 'arms of the senate a "sceneof "These the people -
r pot remarked usually "The scathingly. are
: only
said: "God will confound our enemies, When you go from the street to an F4rartificially
" disclosed. For
way to discourage vice Is to make It will break their hearts and shatter their revelry" was a day I\i who, at nights heroically smear painton
cooled Warm
room during a
or two the news of this affair was not who brand
i': windows every
shop ,
expensive.' That Idea seems to be "
staves in their hands. And in
every summer day, your skin has to ,changeIn
sent out from the
I" Washington by news German who buys from a Jewish shopa
working in Germany. Doctor Schacht,
'church in the threatened country the
a moment's time from a ,refrigeratorto
'associations, reportedly because of the 'who call all former Free
i bead of the great German bank, leading natives and these traitor;
gathered
. repeated radiator. On the street ,skin
a
: efforts of Mr. Carter to have it your
sup- :Masons scoundrels, and who are un- '
financier of the Reich, Germany

warns Benito
prayers. But in Italy Mussoliniwas inside
Is working to keep
pressed entirely. This too of your organs
,
; some between religionand
{ able to distinguish
: that Nazi individuals Indulging telling ,his fighting men, as they the investigators want 'from getting too hot, for when'the
explained.
: themselves In the of treating the 'abuse of the pulpit
. pleasure departed for ,Africa, to disregard everything -.
temperature of the air is above normal -
Republican memjbers of the house
'aims Secret so-
"Their worthy.
are
defenseless Jews
endan- ,
brutally, are but their duty to make
war. works
the skin
body temperature,
committee also said
they would Insiston cieties have' no right to exist in the
German's
gering prosperity. Such :wanton Said he: hard to keep the body from being heat
the Interrogation of Undersecretaryof third reich. Pastors and priests must
brutality constitutes a great menaceto "We are going forward until
we
the, Interior Charles West and EmU minister to the soul and not dabblein ed up to the air temperature.The .
German trade everywhere; according, achieve a Fascist empire. I know '
': \ you Hurja, 'executiveftdirector of the Democratic politics. Jews must resign them- only health problem in artificially -
to Doctor Schacht who knows. ,will do your duty with iron discipline
national committee. West is reputedly selves ''to a 'realization that their in- cooled theaters, restaurants, office
and will not hesitate to make sacrifices
the President's 'lobbyist and fluence is broken, in Germany once buildings and homes is the differencein
Republicans report .greatly increased until all our' goals have' been accom
Hurja acts in a similar capacity for and 'for .all. temperature and comfort betweenthe
d demand for the nomination of Senator plished. Postmaster General and the inside air.
.... Farley, and both "But all these problems must be outside Thereare
., Borah, since' the announcement, that of them ''were Involved with Tom Cor- solved under the guidance of the state several separate points to be con /

If nominated, :he will run. This will Will Rogers' and Wiley .Post coran in the utilities "death sentence" 'and cannot be settled through sporadic sidered. The' sense of comfort is the

be mournful ,news for some Republican Brought Home for Burial lobbying that started the whole In' actions which seriously disturb busi desirable end point This Is a combination

corporation-best: minds, for ROGERS and Wiley Post, quiry. ness. of three factors ; namely, tem-
whether they have to be "lashed with WILL and air movement.
to death in Alaska when "It Is absolutely essential for the perature, humidity
scorpions, or'with something else, When the air is saturated with mois-
fell Wheat offices responsible for German recovery -
their'plane not far from Point Acreage Reduction Putat '
would make little difference to some of Barrow, were brought back 'to the that the world keep faith In Ger- ture, it feels hotter than air of the
5 Per Cent in
them who consider Senator Borah' distinctly 1936 In which law is with lower humidity.Some
temperature
same
states for burial by',Joe Crosson, their many as the state
In the "scorpion": l class. of Agriculture work tends to show that
intimate friend In an airplane. And SECRETARY ,Wallace respected. According to point four recent
all' their countrymen stood figurativelywith his mind about'the' reduction of the Nazi program, Jews 'cannot be there should not be more than 10 de- -

An old gentleman. of eighty-one bared and bowed heads as the of wheat acreage for 1936. Instead citizens. Point five of the program grees difference in temperature of the -

strolled into a New York police sta broken bodies were laid to rest. ,None of asking the farmers ,for a ,cut provides that I special legislation be air Inside artificially cooled rooms as

tion, remarking: "I have just walked'from. was too great and none too lowly to or ,10 per cent, as was .r prepared for them. .This legislation compared to the outside air. But there'l.

Kansas City and shall walk back' pay tribute in words and action to' announced recently, I Is being worked out Until it is pub- should be 40 per cent less, moisture in

again tonight" He was 'removed to a those' two' fine Americans, one a beloved the figure is now lished, existing laws must be respected. the air In the refrigerated rooms.

psychopathic ward. If he had substituted comedian humorist and philos- placed at :5 per cent. "The same ,attitude applies to the There should be some air movement,

the verb "fly" for "walk," ''the opher; the other a leader among the Wallace told reporters church problem, which is of definitely but not a draft or wind, sufficient to

police would not have disturbed him, world's aviators.' They 'died as they that the change' ..t.. greater Importance to. Germany than keep still air pockets forming around

for be could have flown In from Kan. had lived, adventuring gallantly and was decided upon af- hryJyv the, Jewish question." people sitting in these rooms. The greatest ,

sas City during the day very easily and the world is the poorer for their pass, ter the government's Just before this ,speech was delivered factor, however, according to these

flown back again at' night If 25 ing. August l' survey of, Streicher had ordered his henchmen Investigators, is In the, humidity of'the

he had said conditions IndI- arrest the spot all Jews seen air.
years 'ago ,' "I just flew In crop to on "

from Kansas City," he would have' Push President's ,Program cated that total wheat ''in public with, German girls and dI- Some restaurants and theaters maintain

been sent to the dangerous ward.. production this year .... : rected the vendors of his newspaper to' a 20 to 30 'degree Fahrenheit dif '
So there Is progress. Through to Passage would amount to only- -, investigate In their areas and report ference in temperature between inside
Wallace
See
SENATOR ROBINSON and, other 008,000,000 bushels as Y all ."Aryan" domestic servants who are and outside air Upon 'entering sucha

At Sverdlovsk Russian government tic leaders In congress compared with domestic requirementsof working' for Jews. room-maintained at, say 70' F.-

engineers, digging sewers under the went into a huddle with President 635,000,000 bushels. from a street temperature 'of 100 to

city, find 'gold pre- that Indicates a Roosevelt on the legislative situation The step was taken, he asserted, to FDIC Reveals Great Losses 105 F., one feels a sense of coolness

rich gold field underlying the town. ana ''the possiointiesof assure, ample supplies for domestic and well-being. Then adjustment of

The government owns practically all an adjournment,, ',. consumers. Written Off by Banks the body to the temperature takes

the city, .and can, easily take the rest, within a week or ten 4 ark 1h ,- FROM the Federal Deposit Insurance place, and this sense of well-being dIs-'

and a further increase in Russia's days. They emerged Victor Over New Dealer comes a report showing appears. Return to the street 'after

gold production, already more than with the knowledgethat ; n that In 1934 the banks of the country an hour's sojourn is like stepping from

three times as great as that' of the the Chief Execu- Takes His Seat in HouseWllEN wrote off their books 'a total of $1,131- northern Canada to southern Louisiana -

United States; may be expected.. tive still insisted on Charles S. Risk, the Rhode 000,000 In losses accumulated duringthe in one step. The ,skin tries to

-' the passage of his lawyer who defeated the depression. The FDIO added that make this rapid adjustment as best it '

Physicians at St. 'VIncent's hospital "must" list of bills. New Deal candidate .for'congress' recently this was made possible because,, the i can. This Is .sometimes hard to do .'

in New York report the 'extraordinary These measures were entered the house on the arm banks received $650,000,000 net In new I, quickly..

case 'of a baby, that lived for 27 days, said to be: of Representative Bertrand H. Snell, capital which was supplied largely by The internal temperature rises in

appearing almost normal but possessing The,utilities bill, the Republican leader, and was 'escorted the government's Reconstruction Finance spite of all the skin's valiant attemptto

no bralruDisgruntled tax measure, the Guf- to the speaker's rostrum to take the ,corporation.. change itself instantaneously from a \

"best minds" will, tell 'fey coal stabilization 'Sen. Robinson oath, he was vociferously greeted by Despite these losses, the FDIC fig- radiator to a refrigerator. That is why

you: there,are "babies" Washington, bill, the ban against 'damage suIts' the Republicans 'as a hero whose victory ures disclosed, the banks': assets rose dizziness, nausea and even collapse may
the because of its thought l0OOOooO to $47,370,000,000during accompany this rapid 'change from a
some of them full-fledged professors against government they presaged great from $40, I ,
that, have lived longer than, 27 days gold 'policy, alcohol control, Tennessee things for the party next year. Mr. 1934, and that deposits in- November to a July day.

"without any brain." Valley Authority act amendments, Risk took his' seat on his thirty-eighth creased from $31,300,000,000 to "about We do not know 'enough about 'aIr-

O King features Syndicate. Ina. a bill to impose NRA'' labor standards birthday. $39,000,000,000. j conditioning of rooms in the' summertime
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N IMPROVED Different Ways" on 'DifferentWarsrto' ; Make 'Ruga." 'hybrids.consciously".Instead- of Awaiting '- z

: UNIFORM, INTERNATIONAL I It will' be mailed to you upon receiptof for 'the same thing to occur by .

, of ;Making 10 cents. the chance' efforts of bees, flies .or

'\ 4 n. ( gs Address Home Craft Co, Dept. C., the wind. ;

SUNDAY Nineteenth and St. Louis Ave., St.

I' LessonBy GRANDMOTHER CLARK Louis, -Mo. .Inclose stamped 'ad-. A Compensation

I dressed envelope for reply when writing ,
1 f REV. P. B FITZWATER. D D., Only"those ,don't-have to speak h' ; '
; d' Member of Faculty Moody' Bible. for any information., enjoy the ''food 'at. banquets.
Institute of Chicago
RECORD BIG ,LOSSL
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i. I.. L INFERTILE :EGGS Plant Improvement Held

f I [I Lesson ,for September 8 Tedious 'Task 'Years' Ago s

':f "ExI Until the start of hybridizing 'by o1 yk
Elimination of Roosters .
: [ I II LYDIA AND PRISCILLA Knight in England, somewhat more

.. perts' .Ad v ce.: ,,' than 'a century ago, all plant im
1
'. LESSON TEXT-Acts. 16:11-15; 18:1- provement was by "s lectlon'," says Kills '

''J 1 By H. H Alp Poultry; Extension Specialist 3, 24-2S. Little's 'Industrial Bulletin. This .
UniversIty. of Illinois.-WNLL.Service,.-- GOLDEN 'TEXT-Give her of the
i meant that' the seeds of 'the :choicest ,
, 'i' .... .Roosters. have::_nothing, to crow about, fruit of her hands: and let her works grains and fruit were carefully MOSQUITOES
t preserved
31:31. .
: for the rest of the summer, for they praise her In the gates -Proverbs .
t. PRIMARY TOPIC-A .Meeting Out. of for the planting of the next' FLIES-SPIDERS
In
J .'.will cause.'a loss.of,from; $30"to $40 r1 '
Doors. I crop and when grafting \vas used 'for BESiYio',000
\ every poultry flock of 100 hens unless JUNIOR TOPIC-A Meeting by the increase of woody' plants the buds .ancl___ 's.. ._.
they...are. taken., out to ,prevent, fertile River 'Side' .
i or branches were from the finest
eggs, T Joss from_fertile, eggs that INTERMEDIATE AND, SENIOR TOPIC OTHER _' ---
I r :spoil In hot weather Is a conservative -Serving God In Our Dally Work. trees and bushes This 'system 'un- INSECTS, "

I estimate based upon 'current"feed and YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT, .TOPIC questionably kept tip' quality and SUBSTITUTES III
-Women In Industrial Life. ably advanced It.' In the hands of
25 to 30 percent .
: egg prices.: Itrrepresents -- -
certain "wizards, with keen
appreciation -

I 4 j .laj ing of flocks.the annual. egg income. .from. The central teaching of this Christian lesson The making of rag rugs has Interested of what Is of value In plants Quick Pleasant
does not much .
so concern .
;' The direct loss of $30 to $40 that needleworkers for hundreds and how to attain this, there' have
1 in Industrial life it does the
as
roosters cause the' farmer through women of years. One very good reason for resulted notable; discoveries, such as 'Successful' EliminationLet's
of Christ finding them while .In '
does not include gospel this Is that rugs are practical and the Baldwin apple and the Bartlett : .
fertile 'that spoil
Ii eggs
,the pursuit of. their chosen. callings.
the loss of feed used in producing theIr wanted in every home. The larger pear. -
I: I. The Conversion of Lydia (Acts. the the harder the work the Selection effective but it be frank-there's only one
i spoiled -eggs.; "Altogether. it ,Is. estimated rug ; was :was '
I that roosters cause- a loss of 16:11-15)). weight Increases as .the :work progresses exceedingly slow. For centuries most way for your body to rIdUsei! of
she the first the waste material that 'c u.ses'acld. '
',' So far as recorded, was
Making a of motifs and attention was focused on standard .
about '5000000.' to' Illinois' farmers rug '
convert In :and''In real l sense ity, gas, 'headaches, bloated feelings '.'
Europe a
_.each.j'ear...._. ., .__ .__ .__ ..____ hers-is" '-Observe then assembling takes the,hard. labor, .types, and the: taming and., development -. and a dozen other discomforts .-;;,'
.. Where egg''' buyers candle and grade a typical conversion. out of rug making and the work becomes i of wild forms. was. .'almost. out. Your intestines_must function. and .

"ebbs,. the .loss? .Is, direct, since. spoiled. the. 1. steps Attendance therein.at the place of : 1terestin'gk': these' motifs i of the' question., : the way,to make them, move quick. ?
prayerv. -
i eggs are culled out before the dealer There here, l in spare time at home or elsewhere i Real ,,progress; .began, .when .the ly, pleasantly, successfully, ,, without ". ;:
( 13) being
nQ synagogue and when all finished, assemble. of the griping or harsh irritants to chew '
t makes a purchase. While grading and are pollen plant was placed on '
: -:: candling Is not practiced by a large accustomed place of prayer was at Folder No. 532 contains \pt of I the' stigma. of, another" to" produce "a" Mtlnesia1Wafer'tlioroughly: maccordance'with' \
.'
the river side. The accustomed place '" directions on the bottle '.
Information 'about making the hexagon

who .
of dealers, those buy
: 'percentage today is the church. However, the ,or' tin, 'then 'swallow.Milnesla ';
I .on the count basis are forced to pay motif IK variouS"'Sizes in hexagon' :.
J
, .worship of God is. not restricted to set Wafers,. pure, ,milk of
a smaller price, thus, causing an indirect shaped rugs and In 'various color .
.. places. magnesia-in tablet form.each equiv, ,
f'f'r.. loss to the f rlner. This is well combinations. 'Hexagon motifs are '
f 2. Listening to the preaching of the alent to tablespoon, of liquid "milk.
:; ; illustrated ,by the fact that several crocheted in any :size and color of magnesia, correct acidity, bad
Word of God (v; 14). Paul took advantage -
,: Illinois poultrymen were able to get afforded 'scheme according to jour own Idea. breath, flatulence,; "at their source, .
of the '
y' 29! % cents a dozen for graded eggs on opportunity Amount of, material and all the. and enable :yotf to have the quick, '

( ", a New York, market, while their local him by the assemblage of this groupof stitches are' given ,and other hints I pleasant, successful elimination so
devoted women' to preach Christ, .
'. :. "run of the flock" price was 19 .cents. of value, to rug makers.: A new kind necessary to abundant health.
1'1 to them. He was always alert and Milnesia Wafers come in.bottles.
, ; The spread between graded and count- of chart for selecting jour colors
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' prized highly the opportunity to tell at 35c and,,60c; or In .convenient tins.
basis wider In warmer gives you an opportunity' see what
prices grows at 20c. Recommended thousandsof
the people about Christ. by,
'
weather. your rug looks like before you go' -
, 3. Her heart the Lordv. physicians. All good druggists
was opened by
Roosters are necessary during the' ahead with the work. you can .get carry th' m-: "Start'uSing"thes 'pleasant .
I
( 14)) The Individual may place
be some wonderful ideas from this folder '
breeding season when eggs must tasting effective wafers today
himself near to the means of grace
fertile to hatch, but at other times of
and the preacher may preach the Wordof
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; the year they should be sold or cons -
God, but there is hope of salvation -

!, fined. Especially desirable' birds or till the heart 1s no opened by the ? <:(l @& [f.J fa.s.fone'Y

jl Ii young cockerels may be held over if Lord (John 6::44, 45. While the salva- @Dtf r ,pulls a

: they are._kept aw.ay"r9; D the layingflock.
tion of everyone Is dependent upon

, J r this sovereign act of God,_-yet we can .

be sure that he is willing at all times 1S4SE8 : SO THEY PULLED A FAST ffl!

I Alfalfa Range Best for to do this for those who place themselves Q G 5 ONE ON YOU, DID THEY ? !

I To HOW ABOUT LETTING ME If DIZZY !
Poults In the \way of saving :
Authority Says grace.
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4. She was baptized (v. 15)). The .: GOSH,. JOE WE HAVEN T. ;\'( PITCH' FOR' YOU I ,PITCH FOR usA -?,
Turkey growers agree that the best ., CHANCE OF 6EATING .:.::::-- .0 ''W::', THEY.'O NEVER

'. ., range for poults is an alfalfa field. ordinance of baptism follows belief in ; DE KALE' NOT WITH ::; AND WHAT A SMART '!' ;,'f r GEE WHIZ. JOE. KN'OW' YOU- 1 IN_ :
Christ. The Invariable rule in the t"I' )
: :., 'Clover ranks second and rape probably .- church for believers to : THEM!: P NC. NGIN. THAT .J MANAGER. I I' AM .-- IT'S DIZZY DEAN THEM i\, y..<
'f' third. They will do well 'Oll any early was be STAR PITCHER ; PUT ,....- SMOKED, ', :
LETTING THEM ,
; FROM.'p
range, however, if there are plenty of baptized. While there Is no salvationIn CI1ICAG.O ONUS. .!' : :: ONE OVER ON ME.! .1 is- r\ CLASSES}! '
I f ( f
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; the water of baptism, yet hearty ,
greens, but of course succulent greens ..- .. f. \. j /

11 are preferred, says... _awrlter. !n.. the' $ respect.obedience. should' -. be rendered in this I'"r./ i t )' \\tL L 5J j 'J'j:t't\ t!
C Missouri Farmer. ,<"ii=) "
t "- Before poults are put on range it, is 6. She brought her household to "\ \.' ---'' '.: ..... ;.... ...-,, : N\i: : : -
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.t- Christ .(v. 15)). This was as it always -- ,,-!. HEY. HOW. .:': '..."' 'Yf .W., I
'. to glve-.tnem' greens and at 4 '
'I ,.... '.' this necessary time such greens as lettuce, spin-. should be. AJJ.1"' ; 11II": I Vb GOUT' A"UTTLE? -=-: .". '::::y.::">.',:.,,:":'. \:;:: -,. ...":"y'>>' .

'i. = : : ach, wild lettuce, or-'rape-'are' excellent 6 Her expression of gratitude (v. % SERVICE

I I' They better than alfalfa and '15)). She thus showed signs of' the tl1' : :
are
: :
I .clovers since they can be more easily new life in showing gratitude to those dj; Ii; ;: Y'7 ;

:;:::cut IntO.maIL. pieces. and stems that who had been instrumental in her'conversion :, : : I nJ :
s by constraining them "to 'share \. .. . \ !i; I
: might choke the poults can be avoided.It :' I _: :; <" > "' I I

Is':necessary to cut the greens' finely the hospitality .of. her home. t\ (_ ; : .. : ::::. :... .::.> ;. k* ; '. : : :. ff''WJ.1t; .: //11{ !

until the poults are some six weeks II. Aquila and Priscilla in Corinth "
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: of nge because Them and ( t.S'18':1:3J): t7
I gorge on I \ I
i YOU BETTER START DUCKIN1NOW. YOU,atT'EM /
,....c ok _on_the,,stems. JL fed .whole..._ ri' 1. Why' there w.,_1))... They were_expelled -_ .. 'CAUSE. 'RE.C.ONNA. AND ". INNIp Gs 12 .L. .' I
-. When poults do choke on greens, from Rome by the cruel edictof I 'I'LL ., "..'" DE ----t- ;(6 i89.wti' ....' A I I
KALB
GET YOUR HEAD KNOCKED OFF DUCK Efrj Wl
\ they be caught and held J ,A
can up by Claudius against the Jews. IF YOU I r. l.ItJhlr. :: 1
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: : the feet, head downward, and the 2. What they were doing (v. 3). 9LJ-- 1'(:':' ':" S"AIA'VIA' Wl rbbIlr'I m1i1r'\ I
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I greens ,worked out through the mouth Though recently arrived, they had already \ I > T"T .. .. J1I J1[ 1:.

with._one_ hand. settled down to'the pursuit of .1\, \ :<: :. I
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'Ii $ --1\; : '.7.::
''I their trade, the mailing of tents? '.' 'I'2 ,. :.. / PITCHER I :" ;-l' t.1 f''h'! W > I
J. ;..I..fo..jg!''{' ... :;......:'.....:.....:;,. :'" .:. .. .. : ; /i )' 8. } :,. I
] home While 1.J. \
II I IAvoid. Too Much Sunshine 3JLaul L finding! _a, .Jr..3)! ? I

,i I f. Growing chicks need sunshine, but carrying on an evangelistic campaignIn = : ; ; ; \: ( i ; MADE"MONKEY'S I : 4 I
I I Corinth and 'needIng work for his -i ):( !
:, they can have toomuchInt1e..hot.days '1 ,, rl ( pkTAV z lJ 1 OF "EMlFj : : ,
; of summer, ,and heat support, he found a Job at his tradein I } ( (
excessive / {Ik' NOT'A .. .:xU '
may seriously affect their development. the shop'with Aquila and Priscilla. ; ,. !.-- l(4ll 1/' ": OFF HIT.1/A"I! "iJ. :i rCw mi; ; t..I"
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It ,.>" :: pJ ::::::; :: ::::: :: .
I was perhaps he the needle '
I If there are no natural trees or shrubs as plied ; xf4fKfk2hm I.BATAVI. A WINSYOU'RE I. )
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that .... .
he related to his fellow workmenthe .
on the range, sow clumps of sunflowers .: -{. ,. r f; .. v- > : ::: : 2: TO.a 1 OH 1. ;p
I I or other quick-growing annuals, wonderful story of his salvation ..::: :i :21;, qI I. "I _' ):: .:: .soyt! _"" ;
: t ., ... which will provide shelter In the summer 4. Valued helpers to PauL He more _H>,.q.;..., ,".;;.J/ ( ,,-,,'_ J !j 'f 1ii / '

l k -t"' ; and can be cut down when the than found a home with them ; he .,: ?:: .. \\1/ ./ : t'm \ f4jjJL WHERE1 > JOE

.1 land Is cultivated In the fall. A well- found priceless fellow-helpers of the : .:: 'k 1; \ &: I GET HIM I Z ..... J
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! pr insulated small shelters roof on covered the brooder with branches house,, couple.gospel. This They was are a never most mentioned devoted "" : ) :(h.l" ,?1.!riJ'itfur;:: : : : r 1>, ;;.;' 1 ': 11 ;r -


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: 'brush or sods, will also provide wel- separately.III. .
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l I come retreats during the hottest daysof Aquila and Priscilla Instructing TOO GOOD TO BE THANKS.PALBUT (C.6E. DIZZY ( WONDER WELL, OU'E"! HEADED THAT

summer. Apollos (Acts 18:2128)). \ PITCHING FOR THIS BATAVIA I'YE.oT.A JOB ,IIF I'LL EVER MAKE WAY--WITH YOUR ABILITY.

Having been Instructed by Paul, BUNCH. I IF YOU WANT NOW OOWNITHE BIG .LEAGUE ? WHAT YOU OUG.HTTO'OO

.* Getting the Hens to Lay they were able not only to discern REAL JOB LOOK ME UP 11 IN ?J"..LOUIS \'>.1 NOW IS BUILD UP,YOUR

Apollos' lack of understanding of the \e I \ 3 ENERGY AND ILL' TELL YOU ONE SWELL WAY ,

\. -. Commercial poultry men try to get gospel but to expound to him the way /\ \ /11 ":':/ I ..,... ; .' 1 | TO DO IT.:, EAT GRAPENUTS -/ "r : .
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their pullets laying during the months f> J \ :'.....: : ..'. :;::. <:- :
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of God more perfectly. Here Is a case i .... .. d.rJJ: '.:: :' : ... ..
of September, October, November and : "
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where an eloquent preacher and ;t., Y r. ':' )II} .> r ACES FOR = .

; ;,. December. In spite of that according mighty in the Scriptures was perfected ,.: ,y.L.--- 'l"{j. "" -- ., ENERc'Y'l( { ,
to some reports only 15 per cent of the \ 'i. J
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In Instruction J.'l'
by a humble couple "
eggs are laid during these four months. \ i
of manual laborers. } #r .
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That means that the best prlces occur W \)pTAV/4 ( (li' .
IV. Aquila and Priscilla Were Active
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.\At these times.! The Inevitable result Christian Workers (Rom. 10:3). '\\f < 'l' t ;; ATAVIAr;
Is that folks start to give their birds \ I: 7' \,\.. '
Perhaps because of business t. 1t:2 .
better care.and by the time they get success U Jrd.m
Into production the of is they occupied a place of prominenceIn -... < ,':; <. >""" <,, 1 """""";;' ; + <
price
" down. The Important time in eggs determining I the community, but they were pre- g, Si #r7i F1'&.,} ;:: : : J LXf'
. I known ::3 @ "' II' : :''8gil ': ; \Jt; ;:'f'ft
whether birds lay In the fall eminently as zealous workersfor '_. :: Jr' .
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r or not Is during the summer.-Indiana Christ. : 1t1".... Q"i;: ,\1 { \ :. i; i : \ :'" :It t

: Farmer's Guide. .__ __._._.. V. Aquila and Priscilla Endangered U ; : \. II I :: //1. \
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il Their Lives for Paul (Rom. -10:4). ,\,:": ; {tIfJIh{ '*<<


.; I Fresh.Waterx: for Pullets They have seemed endangered at some their critical lives timeto for Boys! Girls! Get Valuable Prizes Free! .

One Important in ,
very Item the diet Paul's sake. They were so loyal to

J Of a growing pullet I is fresh water, 'especially Paul that they are described as hayIng '
Join Dean Winners Dizzy Dean Winners Ring : '
; In the .. Dizzy get _
hot days of summer, been actually martyred for him. a- DIZZV.D I AN-w'N.rIRS.;. .. ..
1 .' Have at least four large fountains or VI. Aquila and Priscilla Had a Just send the top from one full-sized,yellow-and-blue package ..:.; t
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pans for each 100 birds, and place them Sanctified Home (Rom. 16:5)). of Grape-Nuts, with your name and address, to Grape-Nuts, o
where they ,are easily accessible. Have Dizzy Dean Winners Membership Battle Creek Mich., for membership pin'and copy of the club
all drinking When, poverty and persecution made Pin. Solid bronze,with.red enammanual,containing list of 37 nifty free prizes.And to have loads ..,.. fJ I
, pans standing on wooden the house of worship Impossible, the eled lettering.. Free for 1 Grape- of energyf start eating Grape-Nuts right away. It has a winning -. .y -M t ..'.
platforms or wire frames down Nuts In sending for .
; or put package-top. r-
some, gravel to take home of this godly couple became the membership,ask for Prize 301. flavor all its own-cnsp, nutlike, delicious. Economical, __ -f-'
the
up overflow, meeting place of the saints. A private too, for tablespoons, with whole'milk or'
because Dizzy Dean Winners Ring. Some- .
moist earth and mud puddles ,
I'' home may bemade a sacred edifice thing you'll prize. 24-karat gold- cream, provide more varied nourishment than
form breeding grounds for soilbornedIsellses"11nd"lntestlnalworms and is so indeed 'when the saints plate free for 2 Grape-Nuts pack. ':. ,. many a hearty meal,(Offer expires Dec. 31, Ii ;;--j

;and are "gather 'there "worship' God. to age ask-tops.for In Prize ordering 3 07. ring,be sure 1935 Good only in U S. A..) GenoralFoods A
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The Clewiston News cuse for delay, in protecting these ex- I the way they were slingin' mud before r den somebody'll visit; him and leave GUS' BATH: ;.

soldiers who passed through an ,01'dea'l I left, but it seems Jacksonville ,I a germ and it's just too bad. J ,.

many times worse than any- and Tampa have been so busy DIG- I And the heck of it is you and ,I Palm Beach '$

Published every Friday In Clewiston thing they faced on the battlefieldsof I Gin' at each other they haven't even I are the poor saps that have to_ wor- v *

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, France. got started on the canal. The ,situation ry about the staggerin' doctor'sbill. Lockers and Suits for rent

Inc. Then, too, we are wondering just must be downright discouraggin' Cottages and Furnished Rooms for

what happened to the highly tout- to all those contractors that I Week-end Parties. ,

Keathley Bowden, Editor ed hourly storm reports which were have been sittin' round with their ACCIDENT VICTIM IMPROVING Welcome to our Ocean v 'Phone 9313

to be forthcoming this storm season. tongues hangin' out' waitin' for a! -

Entered as second class mail mat- Perhaps the, storm slipped up on chance to bid on buildin1 the forty

ter February 1, 1927, at the ,Post them before their organization was, o'dd bridges across it. (Moore Haven Democrat) J. M. COUSE

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under perfected as it seems to be a general Down in Miami they been havin'an Little Audrey Langdale, who was \

the Act of March 3, 1897. rule that there's no use lockingthe awfully short summer, at least critically; injured, (last week when Counselor and Attorney at Law

door until after the horse is stol- the report of the auditors 'would in- struck: by a truck at the Three-Mile Hopkins Building

Subscription rate, $2.00 per sear en. No matter what excuse is given dicate that most of the books turn- canal bridge hero last Thursday and Wednesdays and Saturdays

Advertising rates on' application. the fact remains that only ,one advis- ed out down there are short SHORT was rushed to the Arcadia Hospital 9:30 to 4:00 :

ory was received here between ,ten stories, but Buck Leatherman, clerkof : I that evening for examination: was

welfare Devoted of to Clewiston the advancement and Hendry and o'clock Monday\ night and four o' the, circuit court, sure fooled 'em. returned home at Sunday the and is her im- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:...;',:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:
proving rapidly home of
clock Tuesday: morning. That was He turned over a'set of books that I '

County. s with the storm apparently headed I balanced to the penny and he's got parents, Mr.* and Mrs. N.' L. ,Lang-Y New. and Used ::

direct through the southern part of 'em scratchin' their heads and chew- dale. ..

the state toward Lake Okeechobee.With in' pencils tryin' to figure out howa I I X-rays disclosed a fractured skull : ..
The frogs at least enjoyingthe I | FURNITURE *
are radio stations out of commis- guy as dumb as that 'ever got elected but not a basal fracture and it is::
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wet weather.
i sion residents of this section would in the first place. knitting rapidly. The shoulder be- .:. ':.

have had little Information on the Here in Tampa, somebody got the lieved to be broken was found onlyto '.
Italy and Ethiopia have had a progress of the storm had it not be separated cartileges and tho '
I idea to liven things up with a good :!:- BELLE GLADE :is:
hard time making the front pagesof been for the efforts of the amateur old fashioned ballot stuffin1 conte5t bone in the arm .was only chipped.

Florida dailies this week. Worse radio stations around the state. winner to take the mayor's Doctors said that the broken right :|: FURNITURE COMPANY ::

than war In.,our own back yard. They did a wonderful work not only chair, and the stunt has been goin' leg had been set in proper manner y

during the storm but afterwards in over big. Some folks wanted to wait by Dr. Draughn! here and did not _
:|;?: Belle Glade Florida ::
Tampa had an election, National sending messages to loved ones in until the new directory came out so disturb it. The broken leg will keep '
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Guardsmen on parade and a hurricane : the storm area or trying to get news they could get more names, bwt oth- the little girl confined to her bed *' Next Door To Theatre, ''i'.'

all in the same day. But then from residents of the section for rel ers said that was a waste of time for several weeks but other bruises

Tampa always has to go every oth- atives. when there were so many good and wounds are healing rapidly, ',:.1H'. ..1..N..N.,..N..:.N../N.. .. .. ..N..N..:.NN. ..N..:.N..M: : ;.

er town one better. I Richard YV\ Gfay, lofmer meter- names layin' 'round ,on tombstones.Just .
I
ologist at Miami has been severely to be helpful the, city com-

$5,009,900 appropriated for the I' criticised, for his reports of stormsin mission calls both sides into the cen-Ilra . . . .N.NH. .:. . . .y. ."'. f.NN. .IIN. .IN. .:,i.H.'
Cross-State canal, and engineers be- the past few years but his reports ter of the ring and says "all right II'JfI\\
ing transferred from this section to I i were a thousand times more efficient .. --- ;
fellow, you can scratch, kick, ,bite ; 'i' '
work on that project. Sounds like I than received the Y ,.
I were during and' pull hair, but) 'remember-no \ I
Uncle Sam means business after all. blow Monday night and personally, machine guns or sawed-off shot I'

) we'd like to see him back at his old guns" but they forgot to -liar heavy I il
Congratulations to the U. S. Engineers ;stand ii
artillary and hand grenades so it : CLEWISTON OL.FI
for the efficient manner in
i There may not be another storm ought to be a good fight right on.

which they went about getting rea- i any where close this season. On the Both sid'es claim the prospects look t,

dy for a storm Monday night. We other hand there may be an epidemic very promisin' and everybody who :; I

escaped this time, luckily, but next i of them so we believe it would be has been listenin' to the speecheswill '' COURS'E'I
time it be different.Sir 2 .: ; !
may :advisable for' someone to get to work readily agree with 'em. '..'. '' :
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I and pour a little oil on the mechanism A lot of citrus men are frothin'at ?, :' ;
Malcolm Campbell finally attained }; {
I of this warning system. the mouth and predictin' disaster : ; ,: i
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his goal of three hundred I
and ruination because Governor
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miles hour in his racing We I ,;, ;
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per c '. .
Dave failed to appoint a Citrus Com- '\ "v .L'f f
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wonder if he'll be satisfied now ,or DRIVE CAREFULLY! YOU takin :: ':. ;: '. ::
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; MIGHT 'HIT A CHILD
will he keep on striving for greater
powder. To hear 'em carry on you'dthink J I
speed until the day when his rabbit's that we'd never, shipped any ::: ::: I
foot loses its potency. With the opening of school next tl
green fruit before. But we been do-
Monday this seems a most .opportune -
in' it ever since Florida was. a babein
It began to look as though resi- time to remind motorists againto
dents would have to grow webs on use extreme caution in driving arms, so I can't see where an- I I
to the Public
other month or two will make much Open ]
,their feet to get about town the I the streets in the residential .section difference.,

early part of the week. Never has especially those in the vicinityof
The epidemic of candidates for ..
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:: the sun looked so good as it ,did i the school.A this and that, which broke just be- I x I
Thursday after full days in hid '' : .:.
: two child late for school may dart fore I left has been spreadin' some- : I'
ing behind rain clouds. I across an intersection without terrible ..
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thin- arM there don't seem 'i' ', ; I
thinking of anything save :getting to' to be much anybody can do about it. ''.:'' "' .I' .:. J

r i.: A welcome to the. new principal | school :as quickly as' possible.,_ Or It is-a pitiful affliction;., first the fe, ,-.':.' 4f1-'Vtp,.+!', ; llN 'h.I'. ........ t r" '.." .. :'::. ,-"f '':,'
of the Clewiston school, to the
one may at any time run thought attended by' :i '
ne'I I tier gets you, more or 'i. ; I ,:.
members of the and to all ,lessly in front of I ;
faculty of your car. Think :
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less of head "I's"start
swelling the your ::: :- :i: r
the old members who returned thic-I the suffering of the child, its par- poppin' out and you ,begin to .. I '. .:. "

week to resume their dpties a'> ents and your mental suffering if froth at the mouth and drool. The I "
::1: ; Moderate Green Fees
: school May the this :!=
: opens Monday, com should happen to you and drive victim is seldom good for anything "
ing term be the most successful one ,with care.Boy'Scout. ,
',,,"" 'after an attack-they keep gettin' :: Exceptional Fairways _
Clewiston has ever had. patrols will be organ- worse and if they live through one z :;: \

-\ ized speedily and guard children as stroke they usuallY' have another Interesting GreensAttractive !
:'.: Few realize what an asset Clew- they at the
cross regular
streets;:
,e within two or three .years. The sad Y' / Y I
iston possessed in having A. H. Davis hours of coming to and from school part of it is, a guy never knows I I x
' and his amateur statlonWMGQ/ but it is I II
impassible for them to .
when it will ,get l him, He'll be gain'along I.
! here until the hurricane headed this | watch every one of them as they I
? I makin' an honest livin', care- .. .... ..., .................... .........,... .... .... .... .... ....... ....... ...'........ ..11
way Monday ,night and most of the make their way 'to their respective free .".". .".-. .- . .".".".". .". .". .". .". .".". .". .".". '. .".
and happy, then all of a $!ld-:
broadcasting stations went 'dead. HQ | homes. Thousands of children are !

i-i deserves the thanks of everyone. for killed by cars in the country every -

" at his station without Let's children II
sticking sleep I year. try to keep the &

for thirty-six hours to keep residents from harm in Clewiston. It can be

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casualty TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY :_ : .
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1935 are constantly growing larger ,; :;:' j ji
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Florida keys are paralleled in horror' A .. .;. '..' I,
only by previous! storms which have A yA \

struck Lake Okeechobee. More hor- t BY y Y

rible still is the thought that all loss t RUSSELL KAYYou j: :!: :!: :y:: :: I Ii

. of life might have been averted and !I ,I ,
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the thought persists in intruding; in .. :: ..

j.. spite of every argument we can I .:..:..:...:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-..:...:_..-:..:-..-:..:-..-:...:...:...:. .I';:' 'i.: :.i':: '::'
i' make with ourselves. Y k AY
; Some person'or group off know when you've been ,away ::: :i: 4, ti Ia. .:. :::
from home for a time and comeback :
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', you always find a lot of things .:' ; .:; '?- ,
war veterans encamped on Mate- have happened in your absencethe ':' .'. ::: 'i' :
;' cumbe Key, we don't know just Y Y. 1
old sofa by the fireplace has '( 'i' .. ': :
who. They knew these men were liv-
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been moved over in the corner and
ing in hastily constructed barracks, X
Aunt Susie's knick-knack table issittin' + i iYY
too flimsy to withstand the onslaught i
in the hallway instead of by
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of a hurricane and it was '' .f. ,
the bookcase; the gold fish a"re : :
their to them out'to sa'fety gone y I
duty bring
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out of the lily pond on account of .; ':. :' ... :
in plenty: of time. Instead they the ,cat gettin' 'em the week after ::: ::: Iti ::: :i: :
listened to reports of a hurricane in .. :
you left and Smith's house across : .. I 'i' .:' r
the vicinity of Cuba apparently unmoved A
'the street looks different and ..youIon't + .!. ; I y.t' .;. I
until the report came that < '.' .'. .
know just why until Uncle .r''f' I I'i' '
the storm had headed northward. .:' I .t' '.. :
Ezra explains that "it's them fool '.' .'. .. 'i' :
Not until then was an attempt madeto
yeller an' red awnings they got y
send aid and then it was too late. y
stuck up over the windows."
Not only were the majority of these .y. ,'. 'y. ':.
I Well, a jlol of things have hap- '.' .:. .' ... ,I
veterans killed but the lives of the :
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train crew ,of the special eleven-I and I'll try to give you my reac :i: +: ::: :::
coach train endangered as well.It f.. .
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tions.It
appears to be another case of '.' .'. I t .. .... I
seems that my back wasn't any ,'. .f, ..' .'. .
criminal negligence on the part of .:. .:. .:. .:.
more turned on the state before r. ;
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someone and instead of investigating ,'. .'. : .'. ,;
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Governor Dave climbs behind ..
the Dixie to study why that lin- a The Balance I Like RentWE
er got caught in the storm and hungup false mustache and goes to Europe, :!: :;: Pay :!: ::
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I and a lot of people that got nothin' .'. .:. : .t.
made on, to a reef, some train effort should be I better to do than worry about where :;: :;: HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :!: ::
see why a was not dispatched -
to Matecumbe twelve or governors: are and why start ravin' :2:: :!: ''YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :!: ::::

even twenty-four hours earlier. Re-I 'and were tearin'sore on their account hair.of I his guess no\they go-

cords of hurricanes in the Florida H
in' r liome Association
straits should prove conclusivelythat I I where\but then they you thought can't please he ought every-togo Chnviston Building

no one can tell what directiona body. A ,
storm will take when it' reached_ f*; I thought they'd have that fool ,:;. i. PHONE 102 .i' -:.

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i I 1., ...................................................................................................,..'.. 'r Mr., and Mrs. C. F., Goodman ., '" .::. ..,' ." Roberts, Harold Spikes and J. W.

came up from Miami Saturday and j' '. : -: / Hampton.
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and Mrs. Solon Crews and
Mr.
i Personal Mention spent several days at their home ;
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daughter
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', their home. They formerly lived In
!; l Keathley Bowden spent Thursday Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collins spent \. '. Ft. Denaud.
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', of this week in Clearwater. the week-end in St. Petersburg as : o or- <. '-- Gravely
,I 'r 1\ S Mr. and Mrs. L. O. mo-
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I the of Mr. and Mrs. Paul I ,
guest I tored to ;Tampa Wednesday. Mrs.
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,.j : Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen spent Irons. ..' J .",, Gravely remained in Tampa where

t j Saturday afternoon in Fort Myerd.: ," .- \\ she underwent a minor operation.

,l j "j' .---:- \ Mrs. J. G. Niblack returned ,., Rue Stanley of Indiantown is vis-

p O. A., Jones spent the week-end Thursday from Jacksonville where {t'I I :iting his sister, Mrs. Louis Pollock.

.' II i I in Miami.L. she has been visiting for three L) rj Miss Nettfe Hampton made a tripto V

i weeks. Tampa Friday by bos. She returned -

1 C. Sturgis left Saturday for al s to her home In LaBelle Sat-
vacation at Boca Grande. TUNA TAJ<:-ES A BOWl urday. V
I F. 0. Anderson, of Atlanta rep-
l : Mrs. Emma Curry and Mrs. B.
resentative of the Fairbanks Morse
I Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright were business Moore of Lakeland visited In La- A
Company, was a visitor

't t 1 j visitors in West Palm Beach Friday. I' here this week. I Give the Big Fish a Big Hand = i Belle were accompanied Sunday and home Monday.by They Mrs.

.0 Curry's' daughter, Almeda and Lillian -
Co' Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder vis- B. E. Herring returned Thursday You'll Like Its New Roles I who have been visiting in La-
: :' ited in Stuart over the week-end.
from Gainesville where he has beenattending I Belle. '
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j I Il the summer school at the SMART entertaining means keep- Add to Your Summer List Miss 'Beuna Carson spent last

l Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Nowling of I University of Florida.Mr. with what's new in Creamy Sauce: Make a founda- week-end in LaBelle visiting with
;; Wet Palm Beach were Clewiston food as well as fun. Summer party tion White Sauce by heating two Miss Katherine
Curry.
her cousin
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visitors Monday. foods must be breezy aSa, zephyr, tablespoons butter in a saucepan
I' ,J'. andMrs.'Hoke. Allen and two and lovely to look at. But because stirring until it bubbles a little, Billy and Bobby Gravely visitedin

: Mrs. F. A. McKenzie and, Mrs. A. I children, of Miami, and C. M. Allen they must also be very delicious' to and then adding slowly two table- Felda; the first of the week with

:"; I H. Davis and children left Tuesday o f Homestead,' visited Mr. and Mrs. cat, tuna comes out in new costumes spoons of flour 'which hak been Mr. and Mrs. Hurd. L. Reeves and
I I D. B. Allen over the week-end. and takes a bow. mixed with one-'fourth teaspoonsalt family.
''I': I II for a visit in Lakeland. .. I When we open a can of, tuna one-eighth teaspoon pepper Mrsv Harvey Cox of Belle Glade
I --- fish, or any of the other ,delicious and one-fourth teaspoon paprika.Stir .
I j Circuit Judge Geo. W. W.hltehurst;. Mrs. J. W. Moore, Mrs. Grover I canned fish we do not feel that it until well blended and then and Mrs. Frank Cothern of Clew-

: I '/i/ was a business visitor here this Poole, Miss Normanda Scott, :Miss is any special occasion. That is add one cup milk which has been iston are visiting Mrs.. Cox at her

I morning. Florine Moore and Mrs. ''W: F. because we have become accustomed heated gradually over the butter home in LaBelle.Mr. .

I' Simpson spent Thursday morning in to the ease of having these and flour mixture, Stir constantlyand and Mrs. Cecil Jackman madea
I choice fish. The ancient Romans, let It simmer about two min trip to Fort Myers Saturday.
I H. W.' Duval left Friday for a LaBelle. on the other hand went to great utes Until smooth and creamy.. To (Continued on Page 8)
I rSl visit of several days in West Palm lengths to serve fish at their this cream sauce can be added

"l* Beach. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dotterer feasts because food from the sea hard-boiled eggs cut In eighths to

I ... __, visited in West ''Palm Beach for I was difficult to obtain, and con make an egg sauce, if preferred. I -
,. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bussell and week. ferred prestige on the host. Masked Tuna Loaf: Soften one
several days this They were
: daughter a few days in La- teaspoon gelatin in two table
spent I I ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
St.
I the guests' of Miss Mignonne Epicures Approve
Belle this week. spoons cold water and dissolve in REQUEST
Martin. I Epicures of those days, and of four tablespoons hot vinegar., Mix
----- today, approved the taste of fish with the contents of a one-poUfld I )
t Mrs. Foster Meredith and
and
I Mr. Miss Margaret Barlow, of Loredo, and the correct preparing and flat can of tuna, fish which has C. E. ,STEBEL
Mr.: and Mrs. Z: G.: Meredith spent Texas, arrived Wednesday for a visit serving of fish still confers pres- been mashed, and add one-half

j Monday, in Fort Myers. with her sister, Mrs. W. H.' Mills tige on the host. Many people, teaspoon salt and a few grains of Electrical ContractingPHONE
1 however, do not know how to prepare paprika. Pack into a loaf mold
Mills. Lt. and Mrs. Mills
and Lt.
Il tl' Miss Normana Scott of Fort My- and serve fish correctly. For and chill. Meanwhile soften one- 2121
and Rose Ann met Miss Barlow in this half of In
y! reason canned fish is particu- teaspoon more gelatin FLORIDA
I ers is visiting Miss Florine, Moore PAHOKEE,
West Palm Beach. larly popular. It comes to us per- two tablespoons cold water and '
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'j : this week. fectly prepared, and ready to be melt over hot water. Then pour

: Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bass arrived enhanced, if we like, by simple slowly into one-half cup of may. Agent for
I : Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence visited Thursday from St. Augustine. Mr. cooking methods, or merely with onnaise, beating all the time.. Chill. GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
I in Fort Myers over the. Labor Day delicious sauces. Turn out the tuna loaf and spreadthe
holidays. Bass is to be connected with the U. Sauce makers used to be knownas sides and top with the mayon- RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES

S. Engineer office here and they Sauciers, in the middle ages of naise. Decorate the top and sides

are making their home at the Clew- France, and they were licensed by with sliced stuffed olives and
,, ; Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and iston Inn. ] the municipality to sell sauces to strips of pimiento. Let chill and

;1 ;. children and W. P. Vaughn, Sr., traditions stiffen. Serve sliced. This serves
spent Monday in Fort Myers.Mr. six
1 i I Mr. and, Mrs. W. L. Beacom arrived of our best fish sauces served to Tuna persons.Fish SouflU: Add two L. B. Mershon
Ii Monday to make their home Ii'I
Ii of tuna fish to two of ;
i and Mrs. C. R. Cruze and Mr. day.Tuna cups cups "S9-
'in Clewiston. Mr. Beacom is principal fish is one of the least expensive thick white sauce. Then add one :
and Mrs. R. C. Nowling were Fort' AGENT 1
I of the Clewiston school for the of the canned varieties, tablespoon lemon juice- and the

I ': ... Myers, visitors, Monday. coming term and Mrs. Beacom' will yet it looks very much "in the beaten yolks of six eggs. Fold in' New York Life I ;;,

Iso be a member of the faculty. grand manner" when It is cast the stiffly-beaten whites of the six 0
. Capt. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff into Jellied salads or Bouffl 's. Following eggs, and pour into a buttered ..
spent the week-end in Miami and! are suggestions for each of baking dish. Set in a pan of hot Insurance Company N
a West Palm Beach., Hervey A. Bourne, eldest son of these dishes and also a deliciousfish water and bake in a slow oven-

i ,Mr. and Mrs.-rB.--Ar: Bourne, will sauce recommended by ,the 325 degrees-for forty to forty-fire ARCADIA, l Carawan Nelson and Miss L. L. leave Miami by SS Alonquin on Fish and Sea Food Institute of the minutes or until set. Serve at ,; ,r

Cochran, of Jacksonville( were business -' Saturday enroute to his uncle, Dr. United States: once. This serves eight persons..

" t. visitors here this week. C. V. Stocking of Buffalo, N.' W., -
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I .- where he will spend the school year 1

" Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Nail returned attending Saint Francis de Sales MEETING POSTPONED 'short visit with her husband M. J. You Wreck 'Em

,I':, i this week-end from 'a vacation in school. Bush, in Okeechobee.
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\. Alabama. Due to inclement' weather, the We Fix 'Em "
Capt. Wilfred Lockhart returned Dr. and Mrs. Allen T. Cole, of .
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regular'meeting of the Ladies Aid
11)) -- evening from Good Samaritan Gainesville, ;Is visiting with Jdhn .
L. A. Turner the week-end Monday was : until ,BODY AND
; II a spent Hospital in West Palm Beach postponed Thursday, Stewart and his parents, Mr. and ,PAINTING,; -
t. c in West Palm Beach with Mrs. where he has been recovering from September 12. It 'will be held at, the Mrs. Seldon 'L. Stewart.Mr. FENDER WORK

Turner.Mr. home of Mrs. I. M. Pafford. COVERSUPHOLSTERY
h while Mrs. and TOPS SEAT
an injury received recently and Mansy Fletcher

working on' a barge at Canal Point. three children! of McAlpin, and Mrs
and
son Mrs. Keathley in Bowden He is reported to be improving rapidly BIBLE CLASS TO MEET Harry Rogers of Zephyr Hills visited Done by An Expert
and
Okee-
Kay, spent Sunday
WITH MRS. POOLE with Mr.. and Mrs. Roscoe Miller last tI Service
chobee with relatives. Courteous
I week-end and the first of this week.
Mrs. C. L. Downs left Saturdayfor The September meeting of the I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Atkins visitedIn Work Guaranteed.
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Bigg Prices Reasonable.PIONEER .
several weeks vacation in Geor- ladies of the Bible Class of the Tampa Monday. .
I
i returned Sunday from a two weeks
I vacation in North Carolina. \ gia. She was accompanied by her Community Church will be held at Among those who attended the

nephew, Jack House, of Sarasota, the home of Mrs. (Grover C. Poplc dawn, dance at the Pirate's Cove in

< 'r I Mrs. A. A. Munroe returned Friday who is to enter Georgia Military on Monday, September 9th at, '.3:00 Fort Myers last week-end were:

I ,I from a week's visit with relatives Academy at Milledgeville. Mrs. p. m. Miss Louise Ellis, Miss' Lucille Service StationBELLE

'in-At1an Downs expects to spend some time I Hampton, Miss Dorothy Dixon, 'Mr. GLADE PHONE
I 'f ) _, in Conyers and Dalton with relatives PETERS ENTERTAIN AT. and Mrs. C. A. Roberts, Mr. and !
IOXDAY'J Wrecker Service at All Hours
XING
Mrs. M. H. Crouch and Mrs. C. and will be joined by Mrs. Fred A. BRIDGE < Mrs. L. W. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. I

J E. Berner visited in Miami this McKenzie later for a visit in Clayton -- Blitz Wegman, Jack Lewis, Byron]n.i. ---=..-.. 4
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peters enter-
week. i
tained with a bridge party at their I

I, Homer H. 'Hunt, of Miami, has'jeon COMMUNITY CHURCH NOTES : home on the government reservation .;...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..

Monday evening. Storm reports ,. ..
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transferred; to the U._ S. Engi- -- I .i. h
brought the party to an end at air
'4neer office here. Sunday School next Sunday morning ,
will start at 9:30. We will try ,early hour, ;most of the men pres-

J. W. Bruce left Friday for Ocala to close by 10:30 so that any who ent being connected with the U. S. :y_
o'clock I Engineers and were called on ,,to assist : The &verglades i -
the eleven
! where he is to be connected with the want to attend { i
in the
I i U. S. Engineers office on the con- song service at Lake Harbor may do i' protecting government ... I
i i struction, of the Cross-State canal. so. There will be no Junior'sermon.. property in case the storm struck.A : '

-- In the evening, in' place of the salad course was served by the Sodas & Sundries' '. J. I
il hostess to Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen.
choir
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and regular preaching service, the ,
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and
sons, Jim, Dan and Bruce ,and Joe will give one of its enjoyable musical .: ::
Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mr. and Mrs. :.).
Robbins spent the week-end in Miami programs. These programs arealw'a
and Homestead. s a great treat, and are also I W. F. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Grover : Cle iston's New Confectionery; i iI.
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conducive to true worship. You are Poole, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dotterer, x! .. !
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I Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and sons. cordially invited to attend and sing R. N. Smith' and Miss L L., Cochran -I.s!: to (Formerly Clewiston Drug) s.:,.

t Bob and Dick, returned this week- with I I and .Carawan Nelson of Jack- ? .. hI

end from Pensacola where they praises Robert us. F. Paxton, Jr., sonville. J I ..:.-' .-...........:-..:-..:-..:-..:..:..:..:. ..

have been spending,! the summer. Supply Pastor. I y I Ii
LaBELLENEWS ::i: CANDIES SODAS ,DEER j: ;
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Mrs. Fred I. Hill returned Sunday LAKE HARBOR CHURCH ._ CIGARETTES) TOBACCOS :i; I
, from West Palm Beach where she .:: CIGARS
TO UK DEDICATED
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has ben confined in Good Samaritan Mr. Atkini and :.i.: PERFUMES LOTIONS :: ,
\ I, and Mrs. J. S. ; COSMETICS ..
I I Hospital for about two weeks. Next Sunday will be a red letter children of Belle Glade spent the I .s. -"- I Iy

\ day for Lake Harbor. At that time weekend with their' parents, Mr. .:' .:..:..:..:..:-:-.:..:..:..:..:..:. ,' .+.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lamoureux the church for and upon which the and Mrs. J. S. Atkins, Sr.; at their I .:. .:.

:! J',and children: of Moore Haven visited people of the community have work- home in LaBelle. :i: AssortIii'ent of'' Gift Goods and Sporting Goods ..

: tMr. and Mrs. A. H. King and fain ed so hard will be dedicated. At Mr. and Mrs. George F. Lloyd, I + :.:.

fly Sunday. ten o'clock Sunday School ,will beheld and daughters. Misses Ruth, Dor- '.:.. ................................................ .::.
-- followed at eleven by an hours othy and Edna and Misses Marie and I .:. ..':..

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King and song service. At twelve o'clock ,a Blllie Hampton spent the weekendat .:. : BOOTHS AND SPACE FOR DANCING ON ._.
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children and Mr. and Mrs. C. O picnic dinner will be served to 'all. Fort Myers Beach. They stayedat .+. .

Benbow and children spent Monday At 2:30 the regular dedicatory ser- the Pelican Inn. .::. MEZZANINE FLOOR .i..i.l :

in Sebring. vice will be held. Dr. Schaaf of Mi- Mrs Caitt E. '''Royer and 'child ", ,.

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ami will be the principal speaker at ren. Patsy and King, and little Miss .t!. : : ; : : : : : : : : ,1 si

Mr. and Mrs. Jas. M. Couse, of that time. The choir of the Clewis- Esther Hill spent last week-end at '

Moore Haven, are the parents ,of a ton church and singers from Belle Fort Myers Beach. Mr. Royer visited :i: Ins. E. L. STEWART' l\mS. M. H. CROUCH :_:

baby gir who arrived Saturday, Glade will furnish special music. with them Sunday motoring them
s
August 31st. The baby weighed six: 'Lake Harbor cordially invited all I home Monday morning.Mrs. s,

V pounds and has\ been given the nani lewiston people who are Interested M. J. Bush returned to her f_ y f

l of JoAnne. 0, I to attend. 1 home in LaBelle Tuesday 'after a .:..:..:..:..;..;..;..:..:.;..:..:..:..:.-.;..;..:..:..:..:..;..:..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..:..:.. :..:..:..:.;.. ;..;..:..:..:..;+:..:.-:.
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-1-:; r1f"r THE CLEWISTON'NEWSr FRIDAY: : SEPTEMBER 6, 1935 .

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11 I door tried ) .' .', ........ '..'..'..'.....'..',,'..'..-...-..-,_. '......'..'..' ." '
nnd r"Hn
'parture of Red Bart, the neglectedteam. ;';MWe want him. We want you to a voice called t t3. '
FOOD FOR TO.TS : ,
"
'help us find him !" with that post/, .

Able dressed and they went out together "You'redn right !I" "Tell us Coming I; They werecoming" into ENTERING"SCHtiOL'FOR.FIRST' -" '

THE searching the town' Inquiring. you-s unfcl" Ji\' "Show him to'us get him ...'. ;ih
of late passers. ; or we'll'. wreck your whole blame He could not 'Jatl fythem]I He did TIMEWhen -" "

"Somethin's happened !I" Bird-Eye de- town)" not know where EllIottw, s. Last .. '" "r' -. > .. "
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clared. "Somethin's went' wrong with Tlmiheld bp-a silencing: hand against night TJeTarie'y 'J nVd promised! to try the babies ,have ;;grown: old

MAN th' b'y, Able! We can't foind out this outbreak. Then.he .address Brandon again'but Tie had' not' come' to''report, enough to start to school with the
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what ut Is ontll mornln'. Thin, believe .' -V though B'fandoh had waited late.' And older' children. flf the neighborhood ,

-- .? me,, we'll have help a-plenty !I"I "Elliott came to. town last..; nlght. He now the crowd was howling for Elliott all kinds o.anew'., advehtutes 'beset, r

.F"QM .How. so?" ,-'. ., A__. ,hasn't' been seen since" _v His steam ; lacking Elliott,-they.-would take them. The ''adventure of going:'to'-"

"Lave ut to me, Able I"1 'was found where. lef;-iu.,.There's him.'n. .. -. school may upset the'habit-of sleep

r Through the night ten minutes later, onlyone man in.. town "tho'cJave., an He ;covered. his, face ..withils..harids". and -appetite'The'food'rrbblelii"mays. "
in hlmfOUt of. the tried to stop his'.ears. In those menacing '. ,"
a' team went swiftly westward. They object getting :_ way. be-affected directly. Friendly schoolmates
YON DERby eft town at g flop; .they' breasted We've cometo that man :,-to you, crieshe heard the knell of this: i are Inclined to ..offertemptingallday

high drifts lfcross .UliLJYJU'J.n .-frantlc- -Brandon"We'wantElllo--'tt; '::---" reign., For years he had ruled by the I suqkers-'and ....deadl '!,- chocolates ."i --
plunges, came to a'blowlng.vstop at- the'3oot Drafid n's'.llps, writhed.' 't; force of his will and--now-that force between meals'torchildren'-who -
''' know nothingHe was not, enough/ 'Bit-by,'bit ,Bed. El= "
I
I Owl barn. .moment'later Tim 1 tell gouT have been accustomed to eat no

# .HAROLD. TITUS Jeffers sat up and .In ..sleepy, bewilderment slammed own-th sash aMt the llott had,caught. the- fancy' of the coun' mote than, one,:piece of hard"candy.,. ..- -

fought ofT the' man who shook rest of his sentence from their hearing, try and ,now, with-that' grQUP of stout. 'a& a: trca ,,afte'p.dinner.' There. may .:

I92SJ19J4. ,him and demanded' that', he ,wakeTup, so those men ,.dlif'not: ,know tha. -Ns men as a rallying point the ;entire, be' immediate results such as a taste
Copyright Harold Titus. '
WNU.Service. and listen.- .. .7 'voice, broke sharply as panic laid -lts" town was setting up a demand for the Instituted by these new" confections.

: t S M hold on him. .. _. -r- missing Elliott. They wanted Ben El-." ,Gradually. ''the1'"Chlld-'wilt flt'Into". ."H

The storm subsided before sunrises He:' turned' his back deliberately. : to liott. 'They'would"have Ben Elliott the.. school day' routine, and'appetite- '' '

CHAPTER XII-Continued .It was a vast,, 'r llng"! country; and the window.;' Thin' frantic lunge "Go' home I"1! he' 'screamed: "and'waved'' will return if its not-spoiled by an

--16--' ." across It, from-Hoot Owl"'toward Tin he reached the telephone' 'iin. :J',ranjj'the'., ., this arms, :'stahdlng1 close'to a broken, Indulgence:: inv. ets.' The' 'mother' '
bell. 'window. "Clear out-you : ; Fair
cup went teams'Five-ofthemformed! must
bevery' wise and tactful to'
asked ;
"What'shall. I..srtyshe. ; Inj- a..sort of procession drawing logging'sleighs. 'G1ve--me the' Jail I"! he" said" 'excited"-. warning I'm giving !"_-.--' -- deal with this phase of the child's
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whisper. T"Norhing"" ; "Thereis Across the bunks' planks had' ly.. "Quick The: jail_!" V V ; But, ,his '\Vordsv re drowned In a routine, but If good food habits have
the- man replied. '
been placed andon< the 'planks' st od' Outside, .a ,growing, .mounting' ,roa! ;:great ,yell. Men, same '''lugging' that, been '
nothing at-all to'\besald '.. r.- ,Is :silent' sounded of ,post ;across .the street, while Tim Jef- started'early-In'babyhood-'the' -
'meli. llke"the.voc. .approach-
an
and sat men ; theyJ were ; --
,.., custom' of-obedience-will" be likely" .
there? -. ..r -startl"" y vhb drew -W cold 'pipes, whose'.fa'ces: '.tag, wind. Then. came a sharp .shout; fers Hastened.tQ.vard.them"with ges- to ''prevail. Food .which' the rchildl*.' .. "
"Oh, you gave me such a were set and'grfin whose.'eyesbetrayedsexcitement. a" loud curse Then quick-silence again tures of protest.
... .I'm .. particularly likes should beprovidedfor
"You're the first-one, '
.r'> The Hoot Owl ,crew, ,this, as Tim Jeffers reasserted his' leadership -" f "Hold your heads. ); nowl-r Give us .
I'm tQo. full of things' to talk, now: :, f following Tim ;Jeffers and Bird-Eye and demanded that 'they move'only : Hoot 'Owl} 'boys; :.a chance. Ye'll. get at' meal' time .and the -box'. of .- ,
better
fruits
Emma." candy or, ; dried .maybe --
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> ? ; / Blaine to solve as unit. But this order pre
Tincup .to .a .mystery. a : .
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th'ewall passed after meals If there isa. ,- -
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odd "
made gesture'Jtoward
He an ,In an orderly' manner they"left' the vailed for a_ Brief moment., \ .
ancLJooked?about. ,.':'' v"We're sleighs and' 'stood In ..groups while "Smash in the door ; It's locked" !,", !IIIIIIIIII IiiP ll ll'M guarantee that no..other sweets
In the. upstairs, front room If have been eaten"between 'meals.-- ---
teamsters -unhitch d' and 'I f'theIr someone ..cried. "Take hint- '
we're needed,'!: she said. ""Is ...,:.., "...:.Is horses Into.;'a .livery..barn.,,' gives. Ben up I'-!: : Remove the pits from al, package { ._
need'yourself? pt dates and stuff with bnt-
peanut
there anything you
Able :Arm'Uage: ,. came, hurrying and .. "Good boy !" '. '''. r- -
He did not reply for a moment. _ter.to which a little lemon. juice has
her alone, was.welcome'. 'In that: phalanx 'The ball of Ice, cast Iq the'streetfrom '
. Then. been dded. -It 'Is usually desirable-
. heavily __ -of.-Intent men. ,_ Others! of the town some horse's foot,' 10\v'picked'up"
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Tes. : T". Your: help; l : T.A to have.the- filling! visible. Roll In
saw him gesticulate'' as he talked: with and flung; stoutly.,crashed.through_ : an "
: :: ""/l Time will be-savea" '
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little later; ? ; granulated sugar.
Jeffers and Blaine him shake 'his office window.
: saw> .
The woman did a strange:thing, then. I -v If the entire package, of dates is
head and spread his' ids"as one 'will, Bran'don cowered 'as'a] yell. pf"1 apvproval '
She snatched her.apronT: and" pressed,: who has answer for went and pressed his ,face,, stuffed'; and-'th'en-four' or-five--dates '
no : a, pressing up ,. .. .
;" It tightly against. her 'eyes. ( '.. I question. close to the telephone. at a time ,shaken, In ,a" sac It .or small' -

, "She didn't remember!" she sobbed. : "Blc ? ..' This : paper bag with the sugar '' n" -: .
I Old Tim, turned: .to. the crews and ens : .Art Brandoni'There's M J.
" "Oh, wharii'happeh'ln "tfili:"house ,,
motioned ttieru'to'hlm. ., The men.gatl .- a mob"out here and-!" .*" '* .Honey Toast, . '
;: next? red close and listened! -while-he spoke "I've seen '''ftS'! "" "The sheriff's' 'voice'' 1 egg Buttercup'mll'k 'T r-r. .
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Martin muttered. "Yes : '
1 wonder -'- ,- .- riefly. Then- the compact; huddle trembled. "I'saw 'em come'in.. '1 'do.. n't., :ih --'Honey' "
"V" y ., '
ri"She i '
I Bread Cinnamon --
\\'on C-
know
' broke, Jeffers.remerged and started for' what- "
'.. left him and be moved almost the main street, that body"""of shanty "Get down herei; thznand'bequick i ,i ( Beat the egg and add the-milk to

hesitatingly Into the living room. He boys falling"'In' to niove" "' shoulder- 'to, about it Get, .down ,here\and'scatter! It. Slice 'th'e'bfea"d"ab"out"one-fourth' .-' -

: stood a ion;-:'tTme': Jnst .within-the shoulder behind him. .them !I'" ,- r- inch thiclL""Dip.the "sllces'ln'fhe'ro'; ."

: threshold and tl nwent'' slowly about, It was a 'strange' spectacle e,, for .that .Brandon ..waIted' for-"the .ready ac- egg mixture and saute In butter until -"',' "

. from picture to table ,froinb'ook* shelfto peaceful Sunday morning Doors were quiescence which "always- had come lightly brown, -turning-- once '.

mantel, hands in 'l is'c dt p ckcts. : opened ; men, ,and women peered out from the men he had made; from fn= pread wlth"h'oney"to"which a'little" ... '.

l Before ""tGIs W"pn"dr6graph- he 'stood- Then they emerged:and stood to'.watch.- cers rof the law arid judges'nnd' public- cinnamon has' been"addeil. -" '>"" -."'... ...,
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for a lonslnterral4JcsidethatJvorn ,Cow and thenone- halledvan' 'acquaint- o"fli. Ials. both hlgii flnd'low. "". r Bell & .WJs'U'"Service.." "''','\ '

,, rocker he remained wIth bowed head ance In the marching company but' /"Are you tlipre'1' he.demanded.'f' :,./' -

as one might hQJ jsTsuffering. .__. ;.or none replied" to 'su'ch 'gre fing. 'Haslly ; Iy ,as, a shrill yip came from thfstreeL : BOYS 1. GIRLSf"r!

worshiping. When he approached the caps and coats' 'were' donned and ( : .., .. .. ,-. ,... .- -- ,r- 1 Read the Grape Nuts1 ad In another ,. ., -

rfouch where he was to-,sleep that night along the sidewalks followed a''grOW "Yes Mr. Brandon 'I hear : but: '1 ..
? ;- .. you; column: of this paperandlearnhowto ; -.
his legs seemed to fail and be half crowd of; the .curious. He.Cpud..Not.| Satisfy 1'hem.I" ; '
ing '. -. Butvhat'd'you expecr'the": to' 'Join the Dizzy Dean Winners andwin'

'", Tell, half slumpedjto,-k! ees..1f'elet The breaiil"vap r- of the' men rose- Ini; 'do against a'mob alone? ""I"'r, \vhve, coitie'l forve"ll 'take'Tlncup.Hpnrt. 'valuable frea- prizes.-: Adv. -, Tf. '" ,.',

his face d \ i-fo !heT b laukets and a cloud. NQothe,"spoke.,Far down the' '"Alone -'-You're sheriff: you'Jfool': '!; But no destruyin'- ,,, .. ,. '," ". ,

. his flngersr.clutched"them, ...,";IPplag.w .., street a small boy.:-rylpped: excitedly, .'You'ye'the' t law 'behind you .Bring>a' ; until ..everythingels'e: fails'""" "" .. .. "' Sea Returns Land ,,\,,,,-r ,r" ,,.,:" --;-
w'. gripping until the knuckles showed cross the wayi two','w'omen" were"''mut-; gun'.and: ( rhurry !":. ? Ills' will prevailed a", moment." He' I Where a fishing village :near Telll-

:,. white. And .a-.great, shuddering' tering to ohe "nnbtheri: 'nlnglng'q! ( cIi. "But :thatcrowd, NickVhythey're!, [ lifted, his face'to:: Biz ndou:. '- "' charry,..Indja, -was abandoned' by- the'- "

moan slipped from l his deep chest.GrImlyr excited questions' 'disclaiming". 'knpwj, ::. the".best men In the north. :They'd tear, 'J': "We.-nieuti'' business: -Will ''you'come sea "nearly 40 years' agoa great, "
S i S ejige ,for fitting 'responses.: to ribbons I They're good andtheyre.mad. with'. 0 "
me men out and "Show" us'Ben'''or musl'w-'come .stretch of land, has reappeared

--Blrd-Eye-BlaIne: .prowled. -.They' swung Into the main street, oldTimwa7lowing'in ._-You-better-get-out-the- *nnil"get--j'ou- We'Won'twait-'much" the'-coming of this year's:: jnonsoon. j't.o

Tincup that night. He had let John the long drift at thecornerrhisnlenl back way if you can I" longer.: ." -, .- ". t'..I' -' .. .. .. .. _

Martin out as heSrove"through" the- .trampling';it'down':be- "With an oath Bramiotf flung'there:: .'" An 'opening i there, a chance to de- .. .

' maIn street; then proceeded.,to' .a !livery: hind him. On down past ""Able'S'office, .ceiver from him as-'another-rwindow .hl T. __ "

barn where heysfabted his* team. v' past the pooLroom and' then., without pane eploded'to fr gme {ts: 6 ndo'n'ed.to' ..:'(.g-' !"' v Brandon 'cr a ked.''.'Tm Shiveringdwith

On the way' he" had sighted Ben Elliott a wordiof: signal.they Baited.: ., ./The that "muttering'Lmob: :and"by' : 8' coining !" r' -- : -_

but later although he took. up M, halt before"the bank over whichs'lcholas
: I was' man whose l 'political career ''he' "hnd A gratified mutter went"up from the' n

position before. tpe'post-,officee, and ':Brandon h'ad" "his. ""oflices'and.. ..' shaped with' his"own han'ds !: From a' crowd! and*'burst.into. shrill words. ChUls : ,
watched passers oil either side of the his living rooms. '
safe vantage point he looted out] A'
Coming?--- Like' the--devil, he would'go
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tie didrnot'see Kim': : "
street carefully, The silence as 'they" stood, every : 1'eof halt dozen men, were pullln! ..at..a signpost : He'was' ransacking drawers, now '

He began making inquiries'arid' found the hundred fa'cc's' upraised trh' s .. The street -was tilling- with peo duTriping .there'contents on the floor. In Burning with Feyer ., : :. .

that Elliott had-beeni. about. own.but 1 windows with the-l lettering which proclaimed pIe;' his jpeople, hls.emplnYees..They his frantic search for rifle cartridgesthat
evidently Blaine was always .some, little fthe'tenant was excited Relief for Malaria!'
<, 1 ; portentous. were wide-eyed, and" he saw should be there. Sure
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time behind him.; And. then''Tim lifted his clear'Jstro'ng'voice a 'dozen. of them, ,men who had, whined' "'"The. noiseoutside- Increased more ,
? ; "Don't try homemade,treatments or -
Failing thus he went to'locate'Ben's'team groveled before him laugh
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and : :, ; and 'people were, coining to ,Join the. crowd. newfangled remedies: ; I Take that good.old _
st d'ln the'"s\virUng snow '' cOGrove's
an "Brandon he shouted. 'Nick Brandon jeer'as' another missile! '
spattered on, Tasteless' Tonic. Soon
It' seemed as though the whole town Chill you .
'closed. The of : '
Stores aura -
waiting. ; the bricks'outsIde. for Grove's Taste
.must be. there. will be yourself again,
- light which their frosted- windows ,had "Brandon !"> Tim shouted' againandhis 'He ran'do ) and.i i .
'. the .hallway looked!!l He, sought- key for ,a locked, trunk: less Chill Topic not only relieves' the ,.
thrown into the storm became fainteras men, stirred behind him,' swayed out 'a window 'in the rear! A "Krimguard and could, not find It. ,He- tried several symptoms of Mafaria'but' destroys- the'. "

one by onethey'went dark.BirdEye -* giving up ,,a low, short mutter. of three men stood there, ready 'but'his shook that he might r infection itself '
so
hands .
chewed and stan p'ed to .keep"warm' "Come' out,.,Nick: !'-'-teamster'shqut- I and waiting'"for.him'to".attemptJUsht.that. : prop r"" 'The tasteless quinine in Grove's Tasteless
hate 'failed tp! make. .the one infection
and watched and listened.. And aftera ed, voice, thick with repressed .excitement way. :: Chill Tonic kills the Malarial -
operate,, even.ad .he ,(found It in the blood while the. iron it-con. -
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long ho'ur's'vigil: proved' fruitless he'moved -Ay. come out I 1" another, ,cried. I Hev t'int his sleeping chamberand the
Again: .ieffers''voice: : demanding, his. bins builds up the blood to overcome -
aimlessly. aw.ay.alpng down the!- ,,)Io'"ementthen" where they: had took down a rifle from its- rackon presence, came out of a strange effects of the disease and fortify against '
alley. expected movement Up above a faceappeafedTiTa'wici'dmvT a pair "of antlers. He threw opeii silence. further attack. The twofold effect is absolutely

At the rear"of Joe"P'iette's Tiotel lie' 'Nicholas"Bran-t i the" chamber but it was empty. He TO BE CONTINUED.' necessary to the overcoming of
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watched movement, through. ,don lonl ,ed.. dow.n-.upqn ..them..They;- .jerked open- a dresser drawer and -- n 'M laria. Besides being a" dependable rem

window which gave into a back entry. could see his lips compress as' he discerned pawed through It In a-fruitless search Heredity Laws edy for Malaria, Grove's Tasteless,Chill a 4

A man was there, closing an Inside that crowd. I for cartridges, cursing because he- What about heredity? Dr. LowentiiAl Tonic is also an excellent tonic of general A.'iT

stairway door behind him. He turned "Come down Brandon !I" found none. His breath was ragged In Mercure"- France, Paris tells of: use. Pleasant to take and absolutely
harmless. Safe to, give :children. Get a.
and buttoned his mackinaw with hasty This was Tim again, his voice edged as he threw .the eitle' on the' bed and great men produced from mediocrityor bottle today'at any drug store. Now two

movements and Blaine drew :haci.into- .withsharpness I 'as he might speak to rumpled his hair' wildly. worse..' He illustrates- by, saying sizes-SOc arid $1./The $1 size contains

the shadows. The man within was a rebellious man of his crew. "Bring Elliott out !" "Show us Ben !"- ""Michelangelo. begotten by a brute 2/ times as much as the' SOc size and

Red Bart The door i Brandon moved and threw the These who hated art ,and that she
Delaney. up "Get a rail and other terrifying -; so beauty gives you 25% more for. your money.

opened ; the man stepped out.He I sash., ., ,', cries stood: out above .tbe. con. nearly beat the, boy to, death to drive
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crossed between BlydEye'and ;the' "What doi you men want?" he de- slant mutter of the mob. ..' v, his inborn- Instinct, of beauty'out ,9t, '. .
Plaee'to
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lights carrying snowshocs. Blaine'fol manded sharply, "'in'1 the tone of one Brandon rushed ,back to the front him. Beethoven's, father .was a .drunk- -

lowed, ,as the other went swiftly down who has been long accustomed to make office and waved his arms-.for' silence! ard.. Goethe's father} a. hereditary psychopath A man" 'wants To IfVea'nd' on .. .
whether 'lias''any In
the alley and then struck out'. past-. \demands... .5 5 as he stood in the shattered' glass-of' !hose brother died at eighteen other"object. -- ,> "' .
view not.
the depot toward the 'traclis.! '"We/want i: Ee"n Elliott !" Jeffers anY his' window, but the sight: of him only ..an Idiot. Byron's' heredity was ter-. or

"Well, now !" Bird-Eye miitteretdf tpr ..sl ered. .. provoked hoots and jeers which, .were rib e. Victor, Hugo's_ sons were. In., up \ .
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himself."Saints Why alV this'rush "EllIottT uTfsn't here. What wouldhe forerunners of a'. great hl.110w' ..of savv way outstanding and his only daughter

I'm wonderin' !" be doing here? What could 1 know age snarling rage. ,was. mentally defici nt.. Wagner, the

A chill which had nothing to do with of- him--:' The men were having trouble with genius' and' Coslina Liszt; daughter oj

the temperature of the night struck A mumbling, a stirring: behind Tim. the sign p t.li 'heard" -the-:stair another genius produced the medioc

through him. Red Bart, fleeing town? I rity that was Siegfried' 'Wagner.' S
Surely he .went' as;: a. frightened man SYNOPSIS .. / there is no hard and fast' rule that U

might go. Or as ,one. whose errand Infallible ;;f" sometimes genius beget
Is completed. "' '' Ii n"EllIott-from' d "-:arrives at the lumbering town. .of Tincup,, with genius and.- vice.... versa.-HLos Angeles 0ITCHINGD

Out Into the street, then went the Don Stuart, old, very sick man, whom he has befriended. Nicholas Brandon, Times.
Irishman and the ,* .the.. tow 1'.s.leading citizen resents Stuart presence, trying; to force him to, leave
into
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pool room. and Elliott; 'resentirig the act, knocks him down. Judge Able .Armltage hires '
"Has anybody here seen Misther Elliott him to run the one lumber camp the Hoot Owl that Brandon has not been ableto Kruger. National _Park_- :

?"- he asked loudly and men'lookedup grab. This ;belongs to .Dawn McManus whose father has disappeared' with a Kruge.r National park known as thvworld's i
from their games at the query. murder charge hanging over his head. Brandon sends Duval to beat up Ben, | finest sanctuary for wild ue.lies l
and ben throws him out of camp. Don Stuart des| leaving a letter for Elliott anywhere on the body- +i /
Yes, this man had two hours In the ''northeastern of the '
ago ; fhzbutclier : bensedwhen the becomes Ben refuses to : part ,
going '
v'V: ; ,: too tough. open'the letter, also burning irritated skin-
had talked to him at about believing can win the fight by his own effo'rtsFire breaks out in the mill. Transvaal l, bordering on PortugueseEast "

eight None Mber..To{) ,the ,Fcv* when' : th@, flames\ .are,,subdued, discovers it was.started with gasoline; Elliott' Africa.' 'It 'presents a 'great'"vari soothed and helped by'WNU ,, .
dance, gets I!:'t offer for logs, that will provide money to .tide him..over. But a.-definlte wild
hall next, and his queries were ety of scenery, from the gorges
time. .Is. eeit.Ben discovers Dawn McManus Is not a child as he had supposed, Re'sino1'-
repeated. Then hastily back tci .:see but a beautiful young woman. The railroad bridge over which his lumber must where the 'fivers 'thread' their 'way
Ben's :team still standing patiently In pass Is blown up. By superhuman efforts Ben builds a new bridge and himself through the '''Limpopo hills to the open,' .

the deepening snow, past Dawn Me drives th.e, train over the rickety structure to Tincup, making the delivery ontime' palm dotted 'flats ''of the' 'Shi gwe'dsl .
Bf'a'riddn compels a woman (known as "Lydla") to accuse Elliott; of mis- of TSORE S :r "
bush
Manus' house to find only a faint lIght and the dense thorn 'country
eonduct with a girl. At a dance to which Elliott escorts' Dawn Lydia'makes
In the haU\a 'Hl-nq-rom. .terete\. ,, ;Able public her chargelf': vepY.helme.- '.El11ott can only make' a feeble, dental. 'Dawn,' the SabI river To the-west and :VIsi- .
Armitage's t' a run. apparently believing him guilty\ ; leaves without waiting for .hlm.-.-Whlle''In the ble from, all, parts of the -park..'tower '
Had the judge seen Ben Elliott? He woods, Elliott Is fired on. and drops, but his fall Is a' ruse to"make:! .his .enemy the, Drakensberg. peaks; from whose EYESStffi: -
believe him dead. "Aunt Emma," Dawn's closest friend prevails on' the woman In24 tots
and
like relieves and cures sore Inflamedeyes
the low veldt a
had not and Blaine appears .
; excitedly ex- Lydia to acknowledge the falsity of her accusation Elliott 'and Dawn are r'ec.oncllefl summits, bourse' helps the weak eyed'cures without pa.ln.. '

.platnP t J his. .Empty, search, ,,he, hasty_de ,. but the .glrV I js,.n ..t.111'y'. responsive to Ben's pleading for her, love.-: huge billiard table. ,I tromBefoi Ask your druggist lepensaryP.0Bozlit or dealer for JALTER'S.,AUaataOs Only'


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I 'rLIIT1ILE.. OUR COMIC SECTION PATTERN 0477 I

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It was 2 a. m. when the club tele- wHY You HAve; You SAY VJE'REr MAKE r J .r !f'N >

I phone rang, and a bachelor member To So HARP/NG-/ NE,4VIL"( 1NDEgtEp2 THEM

answered It: ON THE COSTOF CLEAR, ---r
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Bachelor-You didn't need to. When r
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STATEMEMT OF 0/JR. BANK AOoUJ.T-)

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i e Miss Frank-Don't -worry. After .
., i you've been married a year he'll look -
t, : old and careworn enough for anyone. By popular demand the'house frock
sheds Its "work-a-day" appearanceand

r He, Should Know blossoms forth In a crisp, dainty

W'' MotorIst-I've had it a whole year 7/4 (serviceable none the less!1) manner -

and I haven't paid a cent for 'repairs Fill 1 to delight the wearer and eye
western N.wepspsr Union of the beholder! Pattern
9477 is
or upkeep on my car since I bought it. so
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veriest beginner can attempt It con-

:, zine. FINNEY OF THE FORCE ByTedO'Loughli!, Time Out fidently. Instead of a troublesome
e>B1 Western Ne.'Plper VDloaANt
sleeve, an epaulet effect is achieved

Appreciation with one simple cut. Choose a crisp:

"You have some remarkable paIntIngs -- > NOW, MY GOOD MEM, sheer cotton, like swiss or lawn witha

." -HeRE ARE -TUST Two OR. ] bright design scattered over It,
: "Yes," replied Mrs. Comrox. "The To ) "" buy a few yards of contrasting ruf-
THREB THING-S' WAWT '
art dealer said they were old masters, :(. 'n' 1(1( It UlA ', i I fling-and presto! you've a cool house
but to my' eye some of them look as t SAX IM CONCLUSION ) frock that does itself proud for porchor
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I good as new." +r street wear, too!

r rI 4 Pattern 9477 may be ordered onlyIn
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;; .. Reason r sizes 14, 1G, 18, 20, 32, 34, 30, 38,

"It says the man was shot by his '40 and 42. Size 1G requires 3 yard

wife at close range." 3G-inch fabric. Complete, diagrammedsew

jk "Then there must have been powder chart Included.
: FIFTEEN CENTS in coinsor
marks on the body. SEND
"Yes; that's why she shot him." stamps (coins preferred) for this
pattern. Be sure to write plainly
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: Sings Blue Songs your NAME, ADDRESS, the STYLE

i .' I' Young Lady (after singing before a \ NUMBER and SIZE.
stage manager-Do you think I can Send your order to the Sewing

I I do anything with my voice Circle Pattern Department, 232 West

Stage Manager-Well, it might come Eighteenth street, New York, N. Y.

..In handy in case of fire!

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Manager Dress Goods DepartmentYes 1"HE- COMMI SSIONER WAS VERY YES( I t KWOVAJ HE TALKED FOR TWO

we are looking for a pretty, neat, MUCH ANNOYED AT THE CONDUCT OF- HOURS AND IT WASN'T 50 BAt

well-curved girl who wears a smile, THE MeN PURlMS- HIS TALK-AMD I LOOKING\ AT YOUR AC-But"

, has a friendly handshake. and can wear BELIEVE YOU WERE ONE OP THE HELD ,T tlP To '-o'uR His Reason
' \AJHetJ you
her clothes well. Little George was listening to his
'j Modern Blond Applicant Wot WORST OFFENDERS ERSro SEE IF IT elders discussing the election. Sud-

I clothes? / WELLCAP'rA- L wAS GOING.. -./ the denly remark one of: them turned to him with'

f ... IN, SOR- ; "Well, old man, how would you
Abreast of the Period"Don't ;;
,/ like to be President of the United
,! hear of any horse thieves and
States?" ,
cattle rustlers around Crimson Gulch,"
"Oh no, Uncle Jim," the fouryearold -
said the man who had returned after
Ii< long absence. replied earnestly; "I'm much too

,} "No," replied Piute Pete. "The place j nervous." I II

has been progressIn' right along with I
That Makes Dozen
other towns. Now we have to organize a I
\ f fellows that repaint automobiles and Teacher Mention 12 animals of )

(cu0 change the numbers on 'em." the polar regions, Johnnie. I

/1 \ bears.-PathfInder Johnnie-Two seals Magazine.and ten polar I

PICKED OFF TREES

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PAGE MR. TERMITE Domestic Corporation"So Horse Won

1 your wife takes In washing "The horse I was riding wanted to

I the Montgomery county Judge askeda go one way. and I wanted to go the
man who was up for vagrancy. other."

"What do you do?" "Who won?"

"Well,Judge," explained the accused, "He tossed me for It."Stray Stories

"I takes In the washln1, the old woman Magazine.
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c does the washln, I takes the washIn'
hack the old woman collects the 0,0

money and I' talks her out of most "Fritz says I am always his first
I of It." thought
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"Good fishing around this summer "Then I must have met him In the
Worm-What am I going *o do fora
hangout Exclusive park with his second thought."
"Must be. The farmer feeds us living? "Yes," said the boastful young man, :
Bug-Why don't you g /i a Job put-
salmon
mainly on and sardines.
ting worm holes In furniture for an- "my family can trace Its ancestry PLAYING THE GAME
I back to William the Conqueror."
i tique furniture factory*
Anticipation"I'm "I suppose," remarked his friend, a i
.t.' happy and all that, of course 'His Gift of Giving "you'll be telling us that your ances- J

\, old chap; still I wish my wife wouldn't "Now here Is a very good example tors were in the Ark with Noah?"

talk so much "about her last husband.It of what I mean," she said. "It Is more "Certainly not," said the other. "My )

worries me. blessed to give than to receive." people had a boat of their own."-Tlt- I

"Forget It Mine's" always talking "Teacher," piped up little Bertie, Bits Magazine.Just. '''AFTER
about her next one.
"my father says he always sticks to
that motto In his business." the Opposite!

Among His Souvenirs "How noble of him 1"! said the teacher Mrs. Smith-I much prefer girls to

Friend-You will soon forget her and 4Tiu sure he must be a very fine boys. You never know how a boy is Clara-Be sure you are right then go $

\ be happy again. man. By the way, Bertie, what Is your going to turn out. ahead! EAA4J

Jilted Suitor-Oh, no, shan't, I've father's profession?" Mrs. Jones-Well], girls' are trouble- .John-By Jove! Fifty chaps would

I bought too much for her: on the Installment "Oh he's a boxer," replied the boy some, too. I never know when my get In ahead of you If you procrasti-

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,. :' said. : to Fort Myers today. The Ferguson day. were: Miss Evelyn Burhans, Misses ,:...,
No Damage-
Tuesday was the tenth anniversary Undertaking company will be in Mrs. Louis Thomas and Hailey Dorothy.and Mildred Hill, Miss Edna \ '' .

of the arrival of Mr. and Mrs, charge of arrangements. Fortson of Felda shopped in La- Moon, Harry Aiken, Julius Moon, \ .'

the only gap in the levee be- Kettner' frqin Chicago( friends of 1 Belle Thursday morning. Woodrow Parsons, Paul Waters. and '

tween the northwest end at the ,family said tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hill
Storm Victims: Leroy Lamb :of Tyty, Georgia, Is t
Fisheating Creek and Paho- During his residence here he told the'guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morris ''f

kee. Working the entire night, the friends of a few of his adventures, r matson, and family at their home in ; ,
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gap was about half closed in the outstanding of which'' was his flight I I I (Continued From Page One) North LaBelle this week. In the Twigs ,

morning. It was slower :work than with the NC-4 which made one stopat Magill immediately and he went to Bill Murray and Ray Hull returned The cuckoos make a flat 'platform ;

had been anticipated and the gap the Azores-in crossing the Atlantic Coral Gables to investigate but could Monday from a two weeks visit of twigs, and lay their blue rounded

was never completely! closed, U. S. in 1919 :a.short time after an information there. He re- eggs, says Nature Magazine. The little \ 'r "
get no at Fort Myers Beach. '
Engineers ordering the work to be English dirigible had made the turned this morning and in an interview ruby-throated hummingbird commences I,
night '. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Wilson of its nest, straddled slender i' '
stopped Tuesday Capt. Rich- flight non-stop. with a representative of this upon a
ardson Selee, of the Clewiston U. S. He also informed friends he was I I stated that the outlook: was Tampa visited with Mr. and Mrs. maple twig or perhaps upon 'a hem
I paper Grady Davidson last: week-end. lock bough; overhanging; a rippling
sub-office stated that the I
Engineer originator of the, cigarette slqgan not encouraging for finding the bodies -
dirt would be removed; to provide a "I' 'd/,/ walk a mile for a CameL"" It r now. Starting out to search for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vaughn and stream. ; '
I Mrs. Vaughn, of Clewiston, Mr. .and 1
channel for navigation purposes but was after he had completed an ar- them himself, Mr. Magill was turn- i

the channel would be left at a min- duous flight after the war. He landed ed back at Tavernier.,, He expects to Mrs. 'Joe Doughtery and children, Cloth Long in Use :

imum width and ,dirt stock-pited OH at an airport d, aLter ttin Margery and Buddy, Miss Dorothy
g :; return to the storm area at once Jean cloth has been In use for work
either side for ttte channel in order out of his ship, he was offered a and make a further search. Hill. and Woodrow Parsons >attended men's clothing-call them overalls or ..1.,
that it could be moved more quick cigarette. He informed friends that the barbecue in Fort. Myers and names-since the Sixteenth :;.A -
motored to Fort Beach Labor by other .
ly into place. he replied, without thought of coin- Myers The Is derived from
Amateur Station- century. name I i
Officials of, the V. S. Sugar cor-,ing a ph aso that would be converted ; Day. the: city of Jaen, one of the Moorish .

poration 'reported W e'd n e s day into a world renowned slogan, l Carson (!Miller recently returned 'capitals of Spain which wins the seat 1

that the damage to cane by;"Thank you, I'd walk a mile for a I (Continued from page 1) from a visit In New York City with of a large textile industry In the Sixteenth :

the wind, if any, was negligible. \Came" The man giving the cigarette air most of the time Monday night his brother, Vergil Miller. I century. The first blue overalls :

They stated also that they believed assertedly was an executive of when the storm seemed to be head- Those 'who attended the picnic In this! .Country were made .about :
the heavy rainfall would be beneficial -j the company. held at Hog Pen Gulley Friday night 1SSO
ed toward the lake: it was .a great
rather than detrimental to thecane's
Served in Navy ,comfort to everyone to have the amateur -

growth. He served in the navy for 11 set here in Clewiston tracing I i ii

Excessive rainfall which measured years, several during the Spanish- the blow as It swept across the keys I i j .,t tj '.

close to five inches for Monday American war. He saw service dur- and into, the Gulf of Mexico.

night and :Tuesday and inundated ing the World War in .the naval air Up until a week ago W4GQ has n''

the surrounding lowlands and left corps. Three or four years after been operating as a code station but I HAY FEVER

plowed fields covered in some places the war ended' he was on duty on at that 'time Mr. Davis installed new
in the townsite with a sheet of which he
the Pacific coast and during a speaking equipment was
water, failed to do any great amountof flight crashed in the heart of San able to use to great advantage dur- I

damage because of the fact that |Francisco, friends here recalled last ing the storm.LaBelle ASTHMA and SUMMER COLDS
few farmers had seed in the ground'at death '. are I
night. He narrowly escaped ,
the time. Charles E. Miner is reported Complete relief only $1.00
but suffered leg injuries which crip- unnecessary.
NewsCont'd11r
to have lost a portion of a > (
pled him that he limped. He '
so
else Over
in1thei z i Postpaid. Nothing to buy.
tomato crop planted on acreage was in -a hospital for many months > i
\ townsite.The\ rainfall as recorded -! HOLFORD'S WONDER IN. ,
and on his release he was given his Wallace 40,000 '.
and Mrs. and of
by the U. S. Sugar Companywas son,
2.67 inches for the 24 hoursendjng honorable discharge round from'Vol'IclHe the n vy. Indiantown have moved to LaBelle HALERS sold last year alone. Mail $1.00 ; ,

: at 7:00 Tuesday morning > Trips where they will make their home.Mr. for full season's relief THE '
made three trips around the today to \
and 2.30 inches for the previous Wallace is with the engineers.Mrs.
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twenty-four hours. No record has' world He was before born coming at here Darien In, 1925.Conn. Pearl Curry and Miss Kath- ,DANDEE CO., 14 North Sixth St., II 1
been received of rain- erine Curry made a trip to Fort
Wednesday's Survivors include his wife, Mrs. MINNEAPOLIS 'MINNESOTA or write I
almostas Myers Saturday. ,
fall but it is believed to be I
M. Kettner with whom he
great 'as the other two days which Mary operated the Glades, "K" Lines that Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thompson for Free Booklet. 1 J.

would make a total of at least seven' and small daughter, Marian Ann.
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they founded in 1927; three sisters,
visited at Fort Myers Beach' over; ,
inches for the three day period. '
,:: Mrs. Nan Bennett, Miss Mary Ket- last week-end. '
tner; and Miss Tillie Kettner all of
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Mrs. Clyde Helms and children, 'j -
Capt. Selee Pleased- j I Darien, and a brother, William
I Katherine and Junior, Miss Nettie
I Kettner, of Washington, D.' C. Hampton and Misses Lucille and l% 3!, !f.w ]m--; : [ !

Continued From Page 1)veil J I C. W., Vaughn, of this city, dis- Billie Hampton motored to Fort My- i I

trict passenger agent of Florida ers Friday* morning.Mr. .
able to handle the situation: Motor Lines, went to LaBelle Tues- and Mrs. Clifford Richardsand

should a storm actually occur. He day afternoon and continued to daughters, Frances and Betty J JIn
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stated further that a doublestockpile Why Delay ; '
Fort where the talt-
would be put at the mouth of ,j Myers; body was Jean, and Mrs. J. Dyess visited with I ,
en. Ray Hull and Bill Murray at their
the Caloosahatchee canal in Moore
: A Ferguson machine will be sent cottage at Fort Myers Beach Sun- l
Haven and that there would be'no

chances taken, no matter how many g

times it was necessary to- close and $ Building Your Home \1'1'r

open the gap. This gap closing was ..,
the only hitch in the plans, the work
being slower than anticipated because i r

of the fact that there was not, C s \

enough room on top of the stockpile 1.t'. "

for enough machines to work. I > f '
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i If jou own the lot, have a monthly income of five li
This is expected to be offset by a

stock-pile on either side of the can $ "I- \ i
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al. times the amount of the payment on the loan required: to .a

The highest wind recordings atl I

Clewiston were at nine and ten o'-J\
finance the construction, get in' touch with us and we will
clock in the'afternoon.. The morn- "
(
ing readings showed 30 1-2 miles

per hour and in the. afternooon 321.] be pleased to take jour application, submit it to the housing
miles per hour.
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No damage whatever was done to
the levees so far as inspections made : institution and :fine: you a report within two weeks. ',
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thus far show. In some places where I ""

washes have occurred the levees are I When loan has been approved jotumay sign a note and .

.being legraded and it is probable !; J JI.
that the entire levee will be treated >

as these sections are treated; that order jour m terials. ;' '
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is, the levee crown is being tipped j i iWo i
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.slightly toward the lake instead of .
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leaving it flat as was done origin- tr have a largo..stock. of lumber, both pine and cypress .
ally. With the flat crown holes soon .
formed and filled with water. When I A Man-Size Meal I ".. '/

these broke through a gully was cypress shingles, metal and asphalt roofing, brick, ,f i;1

L washed in the levee. With'a banked I J

crown the water will run off more With Felllttle Appeal :Ii j cement, lime, plaster, doors, windows and almost anything '1

>. .' gently and prevent so many of these I } 1

l:: washes from occurring. It's a Good Buy 'at Twenty-Five Cents Per Person needed for tho small home. \ <
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With: tire water high .in canals
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caused by excessive rainfall, the hurricane TV/TEN/ and meals-perhaps the suggesting a sample menu' that Jl"J'fC-

t, gates are being opened periodically 11. reason they "alliterate" is be- serves four persons for one dollar. t i .

to allow this excess water I cause they are definitely linked up. MENU Wherematerials are not in stock we can get overnight
We'll it. Men for meals is f
: to run into the lake and. help drain- II prove Cream Cabbage Soup icith
as essential meals for
as men-
!. ( Toast Fingers 18$ service on standard stock materials from the coast towiis.We .
ase'J for a meal without a man is al-
_. \r.f I Tuna and Apple Salad 31$
( most, not quite, as depressing a. '
r Potato Chips 10$ Radishes 5$ '
' 'aq
thing as a man 'without a meal.
Edward Kettner Blai"illed Further evidence of this fact is Baking Powder Biscuits 10$

,'iviftlyI ,. 'I the fact that, women seldom eat Chocolate Ice Cream 8 18$ have stocked a fairly .complete, line of house paints f
) real Coffee $
I meals without men. Tea and =!
I (Continued from Page 4), salad, perhaps-sandwiches, des- Tuna and Apple Salad: Combinethe ; ,

with his wife of the Glades "K"'I| sert and coffee, yes. But when them contents of one, 7-ounce can which we can sell at popular prices and would; like to talk:
of tuna fish with two-thirds of .
Lines n of the house comes home unexpectedly cup ) i
killed >
was at about noon
sliced celery, one tablespoon
he says the thing which
. Tuesday while making a lone bus has been said'many times before- sliced green pepper and a few ,
: trip across the state to Fort Myers. "Don't you eat when I'm not grains of salt. Sprinkle two tea J to those interested in painting their homes. N

k The 'accident occurredseveral miles home?" spoons lemon juice over one cup
;f.L west of LaBelle in Hendry county. of diced apples and add Moisten t
Main Dish Salads with one-third cup of mayonnaise. '
I"; He left the ;Florida :Motor Lines .
;. Meals for men, however, need Chill and serve on crisp lettuce
cdmpany station here
" Tuesday not be the steak-and-onion orgies leaves.

',.' morning en route for the Gulf j i I that we are apt to imagine.. Now Chocolate Ice Cream: Mix together St
coast city. He reached LaBelle and then men like a dinner whose in the top of a double boiler .

fi. ; which has been lashed by ,the outskirts -] main dish is a salad, providing it'sa three tablespoons sugar and one r 'lumber

r:" of the tropical disturbance good substantial salad, and thatit tablespoon flour. Add twothirdscup Well Sa Royal r
is preceded by milk diluted
with other South Florida cities,' and a sustaining soup or evaporatedmilk
headed for Fort I and accompanied by hot bread. slowly, stirring until smooth.
Myers. Several V
,; These meals do not need to costa Cook until thick, stirring constantly. .
: miles to the westward the accident 1 lot either. It is true that as a Pour slowly over" one slightly i! .

occurred-probably a, skid during rule a man pays more for meals beaten egg, return to double boiler
.:" a heavy rain-between. 11 and 12:30 away from home than women do. and cook one minute, stirring con- Company I
; o'clock. According to word reach- But this is because he prefers coffee stantly. Do not cook long enoughto I

ing here, the accident was discovered shops to tea-rooms, and oyster- curdle. Add one-fourth cup
: by a passing motorist, at about bars to soda-fountains. canned chocolate syrup and let Pahokee, Florida Clewiston, Florida
Make up the difference in the cool. Add one-half cup cream,
\2 o'clock with evidence that the household I TIIOXE 25U1 'PHONE 388
budget, by serving whipped to a custard, and turn '
machine had overturned more than, meals now and then which cost into refrigerator freezing trays. i .

once. Kettner's body was lying out- little, but which afford a lot-in Freeze, beating once during freez- .

side the machine, the information enjoyment and nutriment. We are ing process.* VJ _.... w -' ". ;It1j i

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