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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 3, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLTJME 10, NUMBER 23; CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1036 SUBSCRIPTION 92.00 YEAR'

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I"" RED CROSS GROUP Sugar Company Makes ALSTON ATTENDS Bridge Collapses AUGUST 11 SET BY ,.s::


Planting Preparations Across Canal HereThe

.- ORGANIZED TO WORKIN I STATE MEETING OF STATE COMMITTEE TONOMINATCJ5ENATORS

The United States Sugar Corpor-
highway bridge across the In-

: FUTURE DISASTERS ation have begun the work of repairing CO. COMMISSIONERSAt lustiial canal on the east side of

and reconditioning all the me- town collapsed early Saturday morning -

I chanical equipment in their sugarhouse under the weight of a truckloadof

The Exerglades section was well I at Clewiston and next Monday a meeting called by Governor lumber. Luckily the truck did not The State Democratic Executive

represented at a meeting held by I will begin plowing lands for replace- Dave Sholtz in Tallahassee Thursday go in the canal and no great amountof Committee in session Tuesday at '

the American Red Cross at the- Hotel ment plantings of cane, the same Florida county commissionerswere damage was done to the truck. Jacksonville decided that the special

Royal Worth in West Palm Beach I II program which is undertaken each I told that they might transfer The cause of the accident is not primary for the nomination of candi-
afternoon for the year soon after the beginning of the dates for United States Senator
: Tuesday purpose of money from their operating funds to known but was probably due, it is be to
discussing plans and preparedness new fiscal year on July 1. fill the unexpired terms of the late
J I pay old age pensions until tax collections lieved, to inferior piling. The bridgewas
for future tropical storms in the I All machine shops will be open for are made later in the year. built several years ago on an Senators Duncan U. Fletcher and %
.... I the repair of all the farm machinery Park Trammell would be held
'. southern part of the state.. I I The meeting was called for the pur- off-set to the highway and designedto on Au-

John L. Teets, Red Cross field rep- and a large force "of new mechan- pose of considering provision of act as a detour bridge when the I gust 11 and if none of the candidates .a
.' | ics will be put to work. Plowing is received a majority of the votes
over
; resentative for Florida had charge'I county assistance to the needy aged permanent structure was built. The
'j expected to begin next week and October the other candidates at that time the
of the meeting and called first on beginning 1. permanent bridge has never been
representatives from the various I when the land' is properly preparedthe Officials stated that the transferof built and the bridge has remained to run-off primary will be held on Sep

chapters of Red Cross to describe I planting of cane will start. Thisis funds would, be legal and that necessary carry' the heavy traffic over Road 25. tember 1. The elections will be con-
not an expansion program of planting I ducted and financed by the state '
how their chapters were prepared to forms would be supplied for Many minor accidents have occured
it is pointed out by company of- and counties the same as any other
cope with future disasters. the transfer by the attorney gener- here
ficials, but merely the planting and the bridge stands as a con- election.
The principal addresses of the afternoon al's office. .
were made by Robert E. which is made necessary each year Conrad Van Hyning, state welfare stant menace to traffic. During 'the past few weeks there

because the cane, a perennial plant, A state road crew was summoned has been a deal of discussion
Bondy, of Washington, national director commissioner, made the main ad- great
.'. of disaster service for the Red has .failed to grow with necessary dress of the meeting and explained immediately and after driving some regarding the legality of using pub- >

Cross and the man who has directed vigor, in these fields. The cane con- that there were 8,574 people in the new piling and re-inforcing the struc- lie funds for the primaries and the ;

all of the relief work following the tinues to grow sometimes for seven state above seventy years of age who state Republicans threaten to e.n-- '
it is said, but the life ture the bridge was again opened to .
years average
join the elections. However Chair- ;
floods and tornadoes in other statesin would qualify for assistance as they ,
is about four years. traffic Sunday night.. Cars were man J. B. Hodges stated that test .
relief. will a
: } recent months, and by Ernest Car- are already on They receive -
," son, U. S. weather bureau meteoroli- Work on the camp houses is still amounts ranging'from $5.06 to forced to detour and cross the can- case would be brought by the state
going on and it is believed that the
gist of Miami. Mr. Carson went into $30.00 per month according to their al at the new Hooker's Point bridge committee and he believed that the

detail regarding the methods usedto houses will all be re-roofed and re- needs, Mr. Hyning said. Nearly while the repair work was in pro- statutes made ample provision for

forecast storms and to give warnings conditioned by the first: of September. $800,000 must be raised by the coun- the special election. In the event

:.,. [ and told that constant efforts I ties to take care of this work from gress. that they did not he said that the

; were being made to more nearly I October 1 to June 1 of next year committee had ample funds to car-

perfect the service. He warned a-' and the 'government, under its so- ry on the election.. Governor Dave L

:\: gainst listening to storm reports not FEDERAL SURVEY TO cial security legislation, will match : ROAD 25 NOW OPEN Sholtz declared that under no 'condition h.

authorized by the weathers bureau. the funds!put up by the county dol-. would the Legislature be called

Representatives of the coastguard I lar for dollar.It L into special session to' pass a special :

American Legion, state of-I BE MADE IN 'GLADES is planned to make this county AS WATER RECEDESRoad I law to fit the case, unparalleled in _.

ficials and other organizations +I. money provide for the welfare work I the history of the state. ....

ed their every effort to throw the Plans were made by the U. S. De- until -th-e next session of the legiSla- 25, which has been closed to Candidates for the office must < t

full strength of their organizationinto I partment of Agriculture on Tuesdayfor ture when it is. probable that a biW1 traffic ,since the reavy rains on June qualify with the Secretary of State jjp

service if disasters came. a soil conservation and fire con- will be passed authorizing the use,:,13 and 14 which inundated the townof at least thirty days prior to the date

Following this regional conference. trol survey in the Everglades of of state money for. this purpose, fol-; LaBelle and a great part of the set for the primary and must also '

the South Florida Safety committeemet Florida, it was announced in daily lowing the voting in of a constitutional -- highway and did great damage which at that time declare whether they

and elected officers. George Carr press dispatches Wednesday morn- amendment in November.No crews have been working ever sinceto are running for the post left vacant .

of West Palm Beach was named as I ing. action was taken by the coun- repair, was opened the first of the by the death of Senator. Trammell or
chairman, Dr. W. J. Buck of Belle the vacant Senator
ty commissioners at the meeting. week to light traffic from Clewiston other left by
A Floridians
large delegation
Glade, vice-chaiiman and Mrs. Zoa'I I Hendry county was represented by to Fort Myers. Fletcher's death. a;
including R. Y. Patterson and Hor-
Goodrich of West Palm Beach sec her chairman, Dave Alston, of Clew- At this time the only' candidatewho
of water-soaked fills
I ace A. Bestor representing the Unit- Because the
( retary. ed States Sugar Corporation of Clew- iston. \ heavy trucks and busses are not be- has publicly announced his intention '
Capt. C. E. Linkswiler and O. H. '
Fletcher's =
I'iston I and Everglades drainage A resolution was passed during ing allowed to use the road as yet. of running for Senator ,
Roberts represented the U. S. Engineers Tallahassee
I[I boards confered with department the session urging the next legislature The water is going down rapidlyin. place is Claude Pepper of -
at the meeting. .
\... -. (! and to enact a law whereby the the Caloosahatchee it is who was barely nosed out
f I .__ officials stated that a board now, reported ..
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"lacetrack
; would be set up, composed of members "odd-cent" break from in spil'of the heavy rains
Wright Is Guest SpeakerA ,, of the agriculture department wagering would go into a state ad- which have continued. The river resumed Trammell. Scott M. Loftin, appointed -

I'i staff to make the survey and report vertising fund.Stores its natural flow toward the( by Governor Sholtz to serve the

t Kiwanis Meeting: to Congress when it convenes in Gulf throughout its length Wednesday -, remainder of the year in SenatorTrammell's
.1 : .has stated:that he
January. Will Close night at midnight, that being the place ,
asked to runfor-the office
has been
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F. M. Wright was the guest speaker Congressman Mark Wilcox of time' when the locks were closed at

at the regular meeting of the Kiwanis -:'West;' Palm Beach arranged the conference For July Fourth Moore Haven. A tenth head was ''!and is, considering, it :Former' Jacksonville Gov-
r 'I 'ernor John w_Mart1'n; .pf" -
: noted against the upper lock gates
; Club at the Wednesday with the department officials

,. -"-. night and gave a most interesting ,. and told them that four hundred there early Thursday morning. I| Justtee ,Riveg L Al BuJord(. ofjtl he I
StatefSuiireue, rVndbconlir
discussion for the training course ;fires I had swept the Everglades dur- All Clewiston stores and business LaBelle streets are ,again njQ.stly',1 j'' : ; secotldfJ
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alie
!1 f m af! Gxe n Ot I Iftr
.," given naval aviators during the ing the past year, one of which had houses will be closed tomorrow (Sat- out of water and ,'traffic -is''ableN;tOi!t '' n .l' 'c 1rtl' 1
:', Wbrld War :: damaged more than 30,000 acres of urday) to observe the legal holiday, use them without. :',great"d'ffficultrjA ; j! c M fijf a Sa, said, o= ch has =: f
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. '...,..''.:-.'..... At the outbreak of the war, Mr. land.A. I the Fourth of July, an agreement great number of ,deep :J holesjitlve: I I}leaT*--'O' *""ipn cLi as the "ANU*Lil >: !\

Wright said, he was attending University long-range conservation program having been reached by at least a I been worn out and crewsw re,, at;W I
1 :.- : of Illinois at Urbana. He enlisted is expected to be mapped out majority of the places of business. work yesterday putting,'("'shell' :aJ{1 Former' Governor' Doyle Carlton
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i I'.' there and took his '''havts. \Mkl.c',' '.- 'up announced sometime ago
physical examination with the following points to be con- The U. S. Engineers will observe them. Merchants -; try-I Sena-
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for
'. 'I'' l at Peoria and was then sidered in the survey: the holiday as will the U. S. Sugar their places :ot)busi:'fTcldTdamage: as I would be a candidate death of
I : sent to Minneapolis tp ground school. I ?t'oI.e Mv torship left vacant by the
Elevation of various points in the Company offices. All contractors on, mg.tocle&n.up :' '*', 0' I in
I : :. He told of the thorough courses given -I 450,000,000 acres in the Evergladesarea Government work in the area will rapidly. asprr'" f.et.- "v Senator Trammell which expires

t -,.; : there before any flights were ; character of subsoil and depthof be shut down for the day. : '." i,,1: ; vfiwTShpame: ; of the State Board'i', :1941. Others who have Andrews announcedfor of
'. made and described the. fundamentals \+ feTtSjnall- been. at LaBelle, FeljjwSwQenaud this office are C. O. 1
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t{ ;, muck; 'existing state and national No local celebration has ben } Boone and "
of naval service such as radio, ( this week giving ty'pKoTdtJinoculations Orlando and Robert I
\ laws and their effect soil !
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on con planned and the majority .pif utdp = Miami. James
j s to all those desiring ,Charles Broward of
aerology-a study of winds and I
weal > I
servation possibilities in the areaand with a twodayadvantage yacatiotr. ; ,? ii1 tKei1f. ) CongressmanMark ,
l r ther, airplane rigging, aviation "' take them. This precaution I ,Carson, of Miami, .
l ; engines the advisibility of setting up a of this tovmaka 'v'ft: 1'i' : ; to Beach .-
I l' r.' "' gunnery, seamanship, signal- I fs because of the fact that this ', ; Wilcox of West Palm \
: taken f
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planning board, possibly by' the next other parts of th. t t.9 3' ?, : ,! ; I. of }Fort Lauder- .
\ wake
( follows in the and Dwight Rogers
methods and .
J ling other things normally
many disease \
Florida r. :
Legislature to supervise the other $
towns:in. celebraltI'J9s: : 4MRS. said'to be conslderln ',
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i necessary to a man in the naval sere program. of flooded conditions. The inocula- dale are also ': :t:
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ice. ""... in Moore Haven making the race. ,1
also given
..:-T.he": decision of the department of PERRY I. .JF RIQU."' tions were ,
: ,f4 Following his dismissal from,' ,the :agriculture MANATEE this afternoon. 1.
' : to make this extens 11 ( o;s.U TJo.IN: SEX. FLETCHER'S SECRETARY
'tllJ' ground echool he was assigned'' 'survey proves that they I .... ;;H '\.;; 'J::::':' NAMED TO SUCCEED HIM: :-
-. the field in Miami for flying traink 'the tremendous importance of I Perry' is reported cn-, YOUNGBLOOD-CULBKEATII

.'. iug and recounted many of 'tliev i "experiences area as a national asset, It is>' {Yel: f*'f.MTS..WV'J ally! ;,:J111tiiI: Riverside Hospital in WEDDING OX JUXE 2:> Wm L. Hill, of Gainesville, was .:

I _., in the service jth re.jjHe lieved by officials of the 'dr \. 1ar atee'the' result of complicaarising" -II -- named yesterday as temporary Unit-

stated that one of his.6j3enejltj.dis7appointments I districts: within the area.'hMERIdA1LEGION'TO'GIYE'. ''t'k.l;_ ti% lis.- following the birth of. The wedding of Miss Edna Cul- ed States Senator from Florida to

upon. returnpfgami '..t0 f"'l iW and Theodore N. the late Senator Duncan U. :i
( .," : .-9a on there on June 21. I breath of Clewiston succeed .
in: later years was to find little restauranj : Last reports received hereof served for
r Hill
a C 11'\ '' Mr.
: ifh ; \.u 'DA'SeE. XES T 'FnI1i ed in November.
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1't: condition was a wire from Mr. Perry afternoon, June 25th, at five J s
; day
served !
delicious .Spain. \ i :+ t1'"L! htJ' r in Washington; as sec-
(> i twenty years
O m morning stat- :Manseat
While at the Miaro'r 1 t fieannuals \)'merldati'aj i JX'egion 1.tb"rkEk: Y/McClellan.this o'clock at the Presbyterian I to Senator Fletcher and is
school l Little retary
't had not improved. Reverend T. Wilbur :'
qr, the Armistice. :: :YJ.1'.c:1;\.training'' dance wiU':be'jjeld'h t FrfrtJ1t"' nighti 1l1' thti'be Sebring the i thought to be more familiar with the .
he it
1 turned to coUea re-I I I : hoi>e'is'he1d';for her recovery, Lawton officiating, was an interesting than other ;;
any
Clewisto '
Iniif
plans
o renator's
it W5,1'announc -
The attenl .._ at'the is.. said, after. _a: .' blood transfusion I surprise to the many friends of late ',:

;. many of-thPap: t nt0 -as very small, ed: this will!';week'b;Be-by' : rtg. Pe.'n i-lcials. Music -I I Wednesday' failed to show any good I the popular young couple. I person.Mr. Hill will*not serve actually as :.:\
being away 'uell oichestraiandean'admission I :. .
because 't"'t":''elmembers in their famlllesPresld price! of $1.50 snTb"L i effect. '. i The only attendants were Mrs. a senator unless there should be call- '
Illness I and T. J'I \
and E otli"erc': : J" I I. W. Barrett of Canal Point session of Congress. He
ir special
ed
tBotl, charge a
l ng on' vacation: : TEAM DEFEATS ;
Presh en'be t ; *_,:, If CLEWISTOX Youngblood brother of the second temporary senator to 'l
'(}" < t'A": W. J.+Lawrence and nVi, f ;' egion. daces are considered.I MOORE IFAVEX OX SUNDAY,I also of Canal Point. \ I is' the appointed by Governor Sholtz, 'J.
an'd1-'J. ::"A.!"Munroe\ were absent ) besV0f the and attract be .
: Irl !t : year I The bride, who is an attractive Scott 1\[. Loftin, of Jacksonville be- i
",--1sid .he Secretary, B. E. Herrlnb'pre: JoWd year. The Clewiston Engineer baseball
Ica every white crepe to 1
successor
T ., af-, brunette, wore a simple ing named as temporary -
::1 :4:" r .4s-- d; I team won an easy game Sunday dress, with matching accessories, Senator Park Trammell who died a ,.
team which was supposed ,1..
A' TU BttT SINKS ternoon from a and white rose- month before
of pink than a
and a corsage little more
TON, MOVES DRUG ''i. """ ,''i to represent Moore Haven but inclm-
I not F
;& /:" STORE TO pKEECIIOBEK: The tugboat; Marylandowned by which was composed to a great -extent buds.Mrs. appointment that he was after his .
at and anchor-I Youngblood, the fourth Fletcher. Mr. Hill stated
t Capt. Wilfred'' LoCk' of Clewitton players. The final
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The Moore Haven Pharmacy: ,''I I led in the 'government slip' .here for I score was 13-1 and only went seven daughter of Mrs.! II. Culbreath of ed to consider running for the sena- j;

.:' \iich has been operated by D. G. many months, san!'.recGntly} the innings. It was a slowdragging game I Busfcnell, Florida, attended Southern torship, not feeling equal to the hard

'. \jlston as" one of his chain of storesr 'I North 1 New River canal. -'ar' South and very ,uninteresting.H. College at Lakeland and has, for sev- campaign. He is 63 years of age. 11 11F.
>. the past two years, was moved froth eral been connected with the '
Bay while h'yacintlT5 associate\nglnJ years
removing I r' in
e first of the weelt to Okeechobeeiere ;.1'the canal, according to;a. iiewgstoryfrom O. Peters, sub-office in United States Sugar Corporation at \\"II.nEB"IXS WEEKLY .
it will do business' In the fu- the U. S. Engineer FISHING PRIZE HERb :
I South Bay.: '\ :"'i;,*>:: 1,. I,Clewiston who has been attempting Olewiston. .
e.plans I The tug was reported: ':.to'*"' haif4 Lake The groom, younger son of J. N. "
for several weeks to organize a pound, fifteen -
for the businesa with a five
Wilder
moving
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Parrish, Florida, at-
.struck a rock while at wor'J\hi the stated this week that ,he had Youngblood of the week's {
re made some ..time ago and are league In- ounce bass captured ,
j. Polytechnic
canal, ininjediately/3' Georgia :
sinking the
,, Th'e lack tended
; Il iven ; tiLe undertaking., The only
week.
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room was rented in the north l j l.f tf:> f-\\ ;up stitute. Mr. Youngblood is agent for fishing prize last
\e town. Following the letting o f Hundreds of people all overthe' o' interest showp by Moore Haven Standard Oil Company at Canal other entry was by Robert Mathis on
the
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"contracts for the levee work nation by Belle Glade made almost day, a fOllr.pound,
*, :( are writing to the author t.( .' aid' continue with Point, where he and his bride will ( the preceding
g' a short time ago the decision at Key West asking\ that city 'to ,,1I} : possibility:: to 'be at home to their friends. j I fourteen ounce bassf ,

made to move immediately [stall a trailer tourist camp. ( :.)ff! l in '

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BRISBANETHIS News Review of Current UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL Truly Excellent !1

very best painting is un-

1 questionaby so like the mir-

WEEK Events the World Over SUNDAY LessonBy rored! Its truth excellence., that all Entirely the world first-admits -


rate work Is so quiet and natural
REV. P. p. FITZWA.TER. D. D.,
Lightweight Lives Long Member of Faculty, Moody Bible that there can he no dispute over

Eyes, Also, Work Western Institute Newspaper of Chicago.Union. It ; you may not particularly ad-

Japan Will Oblige Revised Guffey Coal Bill Is Passed-Republicans Map mire It, but you will find no fault
with it. Second-rate painting

The Russian Letdown Campaign Strategy-England Abandons Lesson for July 5 pleases one person much, and displeases -

Gilbert K. Chesterton, dead at sixty- another, but first-rate
Anti-Italian Trade Sanctions.By
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two, weighed more than two hundredand THE COMING OF THE HOLY SPIRITIN painting pleases all a little; and

fifty pounds. POWER Intensely pleases those who can
----- AS every doctor. EDWARD W. PICKARD recognize its unostentatious skill.

will surmise, he Western Newspaper Union.LAST LESSON TEXT-Acts 1:6-9; 2:1-11, .Ruskin.
,,1r{ died of heart dis 3238.
4 minute passage of Important and the Weekly Day of Rest In Industrial GOLDEN TEXT-But ye shall receive
His weight
i ease. marked the closing ses- Undertakings Act. power, after that the Holy Ghost Is Time is a cobweb ; men are the
explains the unnecessarily sions of congress before adjournmentfor come upon you:. and ye shall be witnesses spiders and the flies.
early unto me both In Jerusalem, and
the SEMI-ANNUAL checkup revealed
death. A pump summer. A in all Judea, and In Samaria, and unto
,The house, by a vote of 161 to 90, that 10 debtor nations had notified the uttermost part of the earth.-Acts
If
breaks down you passed the revised version of the Guf- the State department that they 1:8.PRIMARY

overwork It; a six- fey bill to restore federal control of would default on their Indebtedness to TOPIC-Jesus Keeps His

ty-two year old soft coal production, Invalidated by the the United States Included among Promise. '
JUNIOR TOPIC
heart breaks downIf -A Promise Made a-
Supreme court. It passed the measureon these nations are: Great Britain, Kept.INTERMEDIATE'.

you compel It to to the senate. France, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Es- AND SENIOR .

supply with blood Observers pointed out that this was thonia, Rumania, Yugoslavia, Czecho TOPIC-New Power Through the Holy
} -food, drink,, oxy- slovakia and Poland. Spirit.
4. bIl- the quickest repair job on a Supreme YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT
gen-too many court decision that the New Deal Finland alone promised to pay. Belgium TOPIC-Empowered for the World Task.

Arthur Brisbane lions of cells. has thus far achieved. The new bill and Hungary had not yet replied "II I"
Every c.elf] in the eliminates provisions' governing work- to the State department's notice that I. The Missionary Program (1:6-8). VfITH Al

body must have, from a laboring heart, ing hours and wages which the court an Installment on their war debt was The work Incumbent upon the ChurchIs

its supply of food and oxygen, pumped held Invalid.. witnessing: to Christ's gracious sal- ...

every second. It retains, however, two features due.While the present debt payment was vation to all the nations. After this Is LANTE RN 1J

The brain, alone, ontains'thIrty which the court neither 'approved nor being passed, In Informed circles It Is done, there will follow the preachingof -1 la
the little Column
thousand million separate cells, accordIng disapproved : 1-The granting to a national regarded that some basis of settlementwill the gospel_of the kingdom by con- THIS with the big
brilliance. It lights Instantly
to Doctor Carrel. In his 100 bituminous coal commission authority be sought by the European debtor verted Israelites (Acts 15 :14-17 ; Cf. and is always ready for any

surplus pounds, Chestfrton carried to fix prices and approve mar- nations In the near future. Increasing Matt. 24:14)). This was not clear to Jait the tight you need lighting for every job.outdoor In any weather.nee .
billions of useless cells, each the farm for banting, fishing, outdoor
scores of keting agreements. 2-The Impositionof possibility of war in Europe, It Is be- the disciples, therefore they put the on Bas genolno fyrez bulge-type globe, porcelain gporti.ventilator .

making an unnecesary demand on the a tax on the production of coal. The 'lieved, will Induce these nations to repair question, "Wilt thou at this time re- Coleman top Lamps, nlclilo-plated, ft makes fount and,built-in borne Its camp.own Like gaj
heart. their credit situation In the Unit- from regular gasoline. It's a big value, with yean
tax feature has been altered some- store the kingdom to Israel? The of dependable lighting service,for only$5.95.
Do not let yourself remain fat after what from the original bill. Instead of ed States. Davidic kingdom shall be established, SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER-or write

forty If you would live to be old. To a fiat 15 per cent tax on coal production -, but not until after the gospel of the for FREE Folder.

become thin and stay thin requiressome It calls for an outright excise levy TOPEKA, Kan., Gov. Alfred M. grace of God Is preached and the bodyof THE Dept WUlEO.Wichlta.COLEMAN LAMP Eana AND Los Angeles STOVE.Calif COi

effort of the will, often more of 1% per cent on all soft coal, plusa Landon, Republican nominee for the Christ Is completed. Chicago 111.; Philadelphia Pa. <51K>/

disagreeable than dying. IS1per cent tax on coal In Inter- Presidency, met Col. Frank Knox, Vice 1.. In Jerusalem (v. 8). This 'was
state Presidential nominee, and Chairman fol-
commerce. done by the twelve Immediately
At 'one of the ultra-radical workers'me The house, likewise, adopted the two ...... John Hamilton and lowing Pentecost.

""' lngs in France, the red flag displayed billion, SCO million dollar relief and members of the execu- 2. In Judea and Samaria (v.8).

and the communist "international" deficiency bill. At the same time, It tive committee of the This was done by the disciples after 1 .

hymn sung, there was radical killed two other measures. One was Republican national the hands of the persecutors were laid Leaf 40

anl determined talk. Monsieur Tho- for the appropriation of funds to com- committee to make on them.. Not only the twelve but 'Cap-Bnijh"Applcator! ,,

rez told the meeting the factories of plete the $150,000,000 Florida ship canal plans for the coming many others took part in this. JUST A akw"BUCK LEAF 40:
GO MUCH FARTHER
., France would soon belong to the work- which had been approved by the campaign. Speaking 3. Unto the uttermost part of the DASH IN FEATHERS..

senate. The other was the anti-lobby itineraries for Governor earth (v. 8). Beginning with the first OR SPREAD ON ROOSTS

ers.If the plan Is sent 'through some bill sponsored by Senator Black of Landon and Col- foreign missionary enterprise, this
discover that It takes Alabama. As presented to the houseit onel Knox were discussed -
workers would work has been carried! on till the pres
and to run would have forced the registrationof as well as other
more than a red flag a hymn ent time.II. .
a factory and make It pay; If factoriesdid lobbyists, Including those appearing campaign strategy. 5ANDlOJARSTHE
" The Coming of the Spirit (Acts
Youth is definitely .
before congr"ess and before
:., not pay there would be no pay government John Hamilton
represented In the re- 2:1-11). lOt SIZE CONTAINS 3'/2 weer
rolls. Brains count as well as hands. departments. It would also have required
:: The eyes carry no load, but they direct linformatIon on contributions for organized personnel of the executive The power of the early Church was 'TIMES AS MUCH AS THE 5$ SIZE Moue? l

: the feet and hands. .lobbying purposes and. payments made committee which will chart the Republican the Holy Spirit. The watchword of

to lobbyists. course. Hamilton, the new chair God's mightiest: men throughout the MOROLINESNOW

The senate by a vote of 42 to 24 man, Is forty-four. The youngest mem- centuries has been "not by might, nor
t .f South China thought she wanted' a passed the Wagner bill providing'for ber, Robert P. Burroughs of Manchester by power, but by my spirit, salth the .
f' with and will probably have '
,
J. war Japan a $460,000,000 program to encourage N. H., Is thirty-six. Seven new Lord of hosts" (Zech. 4:6).

It. Troops from a Japanese naval low cost housing construction. The members attended the meeting, Includ- 1. The time (v. 1). It was on the I

squadron land at Amoy, Fukien provInce -' bill would set up a federal housing'au- ing Burroughs ; Representative JosephW. day of Pentecost. By "day of Pent- I
the' usual convincing
accompanied ock"'of by thority.to administer the act. .. Martin, Jr., North Attleboro, Mass. ; tcost" Is meant the feast which was t -

", airplanes. J. Will. Taylor, Knoxville, Tenn. ; Mrs. held fifty days after the wave sheaf i

War with Japan Is the eaciest thingto Horace Sayre, Ardmore, Okla. ; Mrs. was offered (Lev. 23:15, 16). It was

haver"'If.'fyo'u'realJYwant: It. DEATH "In the harness" came to John Wyeth, St. Joseph, Mo.; Ezra observed by presenting two loaves madeof
"
. :J'i4t :;
..In>Cantoi'tso? iih)'. China's; big city, of the senate who had represented Earl Warren, Oakland, Calif. Mem- loaves were baked with leaven, while Cleanse the Blood

parades 'andrmaas: i eetings,were i for- Florida, In the upper house for the last bers returned to the committee are: ieaven was rigidly excluded from the
kidneys filter-
n ginI7T d''t 'inciea i e!1i and i 'eipress. ;,:' hat; quarter of a century. Charles D. Hllles, New York ; Harrison passover feast (Lev. 23:6)). YOUR matter are from constantly the' blood

-I 'ieditin '. '}"'bit .'1t1/i : ;,1 .' He died'suddenly at E. Spangler, Cedar Rapids, Iowa ; R. B. 2. Upon whom the Spirit came (v. i). stream. But kidneys sometimes lag ir>

1 :':The, :outpon..ag t cail I Volta1re' def his .home In Washington. Creager, Brownsville Texas ; Mrs. Cf. 11315. The twelve and others to their work-do not act as nature in-

,, .-- ecrlptlbn; of a 'glass v.. n .lshi. beer' Senator Fletcher, Bertha Baur, Chicago, 111.; Mrs. Paul the number of 120. The coming-the tended-Fail to remove impurities that
the dregs at the 'Bottom .a strong supporter of Fitzsimmons, Newport, R. I. ; WalterS. poison the system when retained.
"froth at top, Spirit was not merely for the twelve Then suffer backache
the Roosevelt adminIstration you may nagging
-
:" Hallahan, Charleston, W. Va. ; and
but for all believers, all the membersof dizziness,scanty or too frequent
hewas'
although George Ball, Muncie, Ind.
,. considered the body of Christ. They were In urination,getting up at night, puffiness
a con- In the reorganization of the committee -
Russian sovietism came quickly, and cne place with one accord waiting for under the eyes; feel nervous, miserable
,s:ty.t .ye? ;}vas chairnaii.fOfc.tthV Hamilton traded posts with HenryP. -all upset.
might quickly signs of a break- of the Father's promise :
go ; the fulfilment
'r : banking I Fletcher, who took over the Job of Don't delay? Use Doan's Pillf.Doan's .
down are seen already. Those that do (Luke 21:49)! ). If the church would .
e'Y ) for func '
and 'cqr fODJPU- counsel for'the committee. C. B. Good- are especially poorly
more and better work get special rewards '' bore't' 1 be: with one accord in one place, wonderful tioning kidneys. They are recom
tee' which' ebrunt sjjeed of Chicago succeeded George l!.
,
;
,
,
chemists scientists .. .' .
; engineers, "*..' .r'- '' blessings might still be expected. mended by grateful users the countryover.
OI the'tut A. :n 'Getz as treasurer. The other commit-
occupy fine apartments compared with Sen. Fletchervolved ln {lip cu'r'tle .tJ',.ec'oflicers' Include four vice chairmen : 3. The marks of the Spirit (vv. 2-4). Get them from any druggist.jPIRE'S .

those of 'ordinary communism.workmen. "That Now Is reform legislation-and' the' bankiog''a t:."*jjj5fplEl|; :, Williams, Oregon ; J. Henry These marks were external and In-

hardly "straight of 1935. \ 'rit, >HoT )b'ac lq'Connecticut; Mrs. John E. ternal. I DOAN SPILLS
Russia will have a constitution and '
President Roosevelt, In a statement 'HllImarirt' 'Colorado t' 'and Mrs. James a. lx: ternal. (1) The sign of a
house of parliament, Importan stepsIn : wind. There was no wind, only
eulogizing the senator, said "the country Worth'ingtc'Pennsylvania, mighty
the direction of conservatism. has lost an able and conscientious' .: : -'_ _:--. the sound thereof, suggesting 'the all-

servant In the death of Senator r, rts' in Chlna pervasive, life-giving Influence of the
dflctvl'tfar and
Tell your little boy and girl to Include ANGI+ .{
Fletcher." He declared the Floridian 'D 'IriteiVEton). Japam Holy Spirit. ((2) Tongues of flame. ; RELIEF
In l-'their' an armed by
the
prayers following: L
"was ever actuated by motives of hIgh' someVhb.bY' 'reports Each of the 120 was crowned with, such_ ,
"And please, Lord, do not send us were lessened : Skin "
:
". patriotism and unselfish devotion to that Gen. LI Tsung-Je'n -:in': t ryuv'-" .a; tongue. The tongues show the practrial -
any more' wars. the 'public welfare." prosince'aadblsSUPporters ( -'"' ,purpose of the Spirit's gifts and \ Wherever it is-however broken the
i Uncle Sam recently began deliver lord of Kwangsi : : !
The death of Senator Fletcher fol- ;thepreindicates? his purifying energy, surface-freely' apply soothing
had decided to yleld'to-tK51? : ,
ing hundreds of millions of bonus bond :
lowed closely the passing of Senator purging away the dross and making fit ;
dollars to 3,518,000 veterans of the perior strength of the Nanking'centtl l
war Park Trammel of Florida and the death .Us witnesses. (3)) Speaking foreign ; Y e7
government of which Kalshe'is
Chiang ,
-many war In veterans which we and were a big not bonus concerned, fora of? Speaker Joseph W. Byrns of Tennessee the generalissimo. The rebellious"f i .tongues.For! these. hum 9i letGalt.i, :

until foolishness pushed us In. chieftains of Kwangsl had been cpuvpllng nnS.thus:: '., !.tprl: ....pe.'k>3sid' great r rit'U ; ci:1: "
Senator Fletcher was born In Sumter : .. .. ._ 27-3
azement
./ their agitations against; Generafj t. 'WNU, 7 '
The French Premier-----Blum, first Jewish county, Georgia, January 6,. 1S59. He Chiang with warlike ,demonstrations. ']3 3'a, +; nteroalen. ( 'f1 s SrRS een Ip the f '_i.

was graduated from Vanderbilt university against the Japanese. !**. I" '' '', ::v< rn atf!}p ,h' P.Eltl lg;. the disciples -
prime minister In French history, in 1SSO and began the practiceof _trans
.. ..J, el' :,!l .'j ];;. r a courhf -
Is a man unusual ability
combining law In Jacksonville) Fla., In 1881. ession '
t.
common sense with .the radicalism of lie was to the United States DEFINITE abandonment of Britain's; age and st; 'p2'ore' I V, rf ;cove"IJ..ej e.r 'wl1o' a

his Socialist party. Mr.; Birchall writesto senate in elected had been renominated against Italy and little while maId) d ;J4ng 'be
dpw.t
the New York Times that there Is and re-elected in 'each subsequentterm. advocacy of their official removal by fore a Jewish itll1 'llon-,?
foe
fear of anti-Semitic outbreaks In \ the League of Nations'was decided boldness stood L the ff.QuSn'ds. '.' ,..pJerusalem -f'

France; observers "see a ground-swell \. upon by the British V""_""_''_'h"'ML-_,, '_,._ and alttle laterb I t ; tore..the
I of an anti-Semitic movement in the \ cabinet, under the r NIt chief rulers 'of the'ty, 'and'(1s'gt,ii. J'4 7 ,

vicious attacks of the right againstthe SIX, red-robed, Judges of Canada's Su- presidency of Prime that they had murdC'III. rd_). thor sear '. ::' l ,
King.
: court declared two of the Minister Stanley Baldwin SLEEP SOUNDLY v\
new Jewish premier. French an- The ''Convert{ :i:
*
"
Dominion's eight "social reform" laws This action of .. l'S o}fl the eatii *
and
ti-Semltlsin, according to Mr. Birchall, Holy I Spirit (Acts r Lack of exercise injudicious f
unconstitutional, decided that two others the cabinet had been .J".4 )7- '
has survived the Dreyfus <'ase, which Many people, we 1 w h make stomachs, acid. You must neu ,- \
.
should have ended It. were valid, one partly valid and returned expected: for sometime e convicted ,of their ,
sins!'-about 3, '-L' tralize stomach acids if would sleep- \
ooq you
verdicts
tie
on the other three. following the ,rep ented and were

It Is interesting to learn from $'t". The two major laws""declared unconstitutional failure of the sanctions -. baptized. This, evlvJll'" .\ Vreal"* soundly all night and wake up feeling: t '. u

RIpley that the first Cunard steamship were the National Products to halt Italy's cause i, '( refreshed and really fit.

aid not carry as many passengers as 'Marketing Act, similar In some respects progress In the con 1. ;They, ntinued steadfast In the ,<<}

could be carried by one of the lifeboats to the nullified]) American NRA quest of Ethiopia. apostles.:{t'acl\-Ing', (v, .42).' They didteac'

_, on the Queen Mary. What Is more Important ,I and the Employment and Social Insurance was expected: that Eden nol grr,\wJcgldor run after< every new
Anthony
i each lifeboat has wireless,! ap : Act, proposing compulsory con Capt. Anthony Eden, o.. i.:,that came along.

.- paratus. tributory employment Insurance sys- foreign secretary, would go to Geneva -'.. 'They continued In fellowship with

.The laws were passed In 1931 and to attend the league meeting and urge the> apostles (v. 42). The surest way

Spain proves that It is possible for 1935 under the Conservative govern- abolition of league sanctions 'agalnsl'I. to is to keep In fellowship with

i a country to be too radical for Its own ment then headed by Premier Bennett." Italy. Dispatches from Paris ]' Christians.grow Spiritual Indifference Is
Declared valid were the Unfair Busi- French support of the British prograH
good. Labor troubles and discussions to follow the neglect of the fellowship -
f have put one million Spanish workers' ,ness Practices Act and the Farmersand The cabinet was also reported P3- :i lure of the brethren In Christ. TAKE MILNESIAS
Creditors Arrangement Act. The have formulated a program reganfto Milnesia the original milk of magnesia.
out of their Jobs, a good many forSpain ;' continued In the use of the ,
Judges decided that the Dominion Germany and the reformation of ttlns'( 3. They
|
; and Spanish radicalism goes of grace (v. 42). They broke in wafer form, neutralizes stomach acid.. .
the means
beyond other kinds, many having been. Trade and valid.'I'hey Jrdusrry Commission Act league which may'call ,lor>contlr bread together. Each,wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls of milt j jof .
killed by "terrorists." was partly reached a tie pressure on Reichsfuehrei1itlekled(
C King Features Syndicate, IB*. verdict on the Minimum \Vnges Act, use his power and.'Influence', tt 4. In prayer. iThe apostolic churchwas magnesia.Thin, crunchy, mint-flavor,. t

WNU rvlc.1' .. the Limitation '(ft.'Hours of Work Act mote European peace? t; a praying church. The Christian! tasty. 20e, 35c & 60c at drug storttrl -

i life cannot be lived without prayer. 1



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II a *-rk ruMt Padai&zt&m I If STOP AND GO .THE CHEERFUL CHERUB.


'W i I: like to Fish,.but

He Who Dances ,
"How is Jack?" baiting hooks.Just .

"Pretty bad" fourth my over- .
"Why, I saw him dancing with a \ '
'L tender Ke'Zv.rt.Id I
r blond last night." \ :

: "Yes-so did his wife." < 5\ rather have, somebody .

i nytf 5)S t,., E ', dFLI Eve- It Isn't very thickly settled else

Love That Failed"If here. .
Do x.11 the
you love work, why don't you Adam-That's true; I don't thinkIt really

find It?" ,will be necessary to have, a traffic cruel p- .rt.WNU v )

"Alas teacher, love Is blind." officer yet awhile. '( I'I ;


<
What Can I Do For You? Yeth, Myth

Bride-Dear, what is the true defi- Teacher-Now, can anyone tell me AY .,

nition of a groom? what a myth is? .

Hubby-Why, a groom Is a man Susie--I can, teacher-it's a female / -j
who takes care of dumb animals. moth i iI 'i

Service 1

Friendship Fan Quilt Scythe Remains Where Placed '


That's Easily Pieced"Come in Tree by Civil War Soldier


1Lr:1: to a quilting bee!"-this Tile historic tree known as the i

;: quilt, Friendship Fan, seems to say tSend Scythe: tree !is on the grounds of the .:\

for It's one so easily pieced you or Birmingham (Ala.) ancestral home of ;

a 'gathering of friends, can quicklydo the Paul Earle Greene family. =
a quantity of blocks. Use your
SfJeA '; During the Civil war Robert Earle
$ own scraps-have your friends con-
then in his teens, enlisted In the first
tribute
some, too. Make it colorful.

ri Pattern 400 comes to you with company to leave Elyton. The day ,
t complete, simple instructions for his company left, the lad was cutting ',.;

.j' I 7r(' cutting, sewing and nishing, together hay. lIe placed his scythe on a small \, j

.7 ., .. 'iaf %ln$4. / .r.W4MVN B.Kr'.i4wSiik'.VC with yardage chart, diagram of tree in the front yard and said, "Let ,
rm quilt to help arrange the blocks for this scythe stay until I return from ,

A hundred years before in 1675 Nathaniel Bacon (above) signed a famous "Declara single and double bed size, and a 15 cents in coins or stamps war." Theol1lh was killed and the ,

I led tion a of rebellion the People against of Virginia"royal misrule wherein(he the is king's shown governor above was at the vigorously burning arraigned.of Jamestown Bacon) diagram of block which serves as a (coins preferred) to The Sewing Cir- aged tree with the scythe growing In ','

but it collapsed when he died suddenly. guide for placing the patches and cle, Needlecraft I)ept., S2 Eighth !It is one of the show places of Bir! "

suggests contrasting materials. Ave., New York, N. Y. mingham.



Millions Yearly When the Fourth : ra



II I I View DeclarationMORE Was Noisiest Day 0 :





than a million patriotic OOKING
back from the securityof
a year pause before our present Fourth of July
shrine on the sec- Ill saneness to the early 1000s when

\ floor of the Library of all Fourths were insane, we

1 } to gaze with reverent are compelled to admit that 9 B
A ;
3; eyes at a fading docu- { we did pretty well in those .A J.

ment-sheltered in a coating days considering the limit- y .,0I ;\
I of gelatin to prevent kits fur- ed means we had of being i I I I I II

ther Injury-which is a certain Declaration Insane compared to the advantages we

of Independence signed in the enjoy now in1 our state of scientific

<:ity of Philadelphia on July 4, 1770. sanity, states a writer .in the Kansas I t I ::
I I I
Most of the signatures, writes Eliza- City Star. ?:.
beth Ellicott Poe in the Washington ,
To a boy of the Insane Fourth era,
Post, are Indistin- I' I I I
? the Fourth of July ranked only with / l
I
guishable at the / K :
Christmas In fiscal importance. On i / I / ;
-'r present,time but on
r Christmas knew it was '192 days 'to I I
G the front of the
the Fourth, and on the Fourth we 1
top row of namess
]knew we had only 173 days until. r't I I
) a name writtenin
Christmas. Christmas savings: funds
large script. y
q r5 "John Hancock," It had not been in- ....... .. ......r.?. S /r, ..
vented at that time, ;i
<
reads, and the his- I II "
and would have .
torically minded remember !
been of no interestto THRIFT TIRE 1936
that when -
boys anyhow: because 6 'j
that sturdy :Massa- 'i,

chusetts patriotbent the receiving boys were end on at Ir 14A 4.40-21 "7 1' .
to
over put %
Christmas.On FIRST LINE QUALITY-The new Firestone .

the night before Standard Tire has been designed and .

( C%'2000 the Fourth, the constructed by Firestone skilled tire engineers i STANDARD TYPE :

/f children began -it' is a first quality tire, built of first grade II '' FOR PASSENGER CARS J
showing strangesymptoms R
exclusive J
materials, embodying Firestone SIZE PRICE
especially -
IllS signature to this fateful he patented construction features.
paper :'
an unnatural wil- e 440.21.- $ 6.95 ,
remarked: "I'll write It large so King lingness to go to 4.50-20... ..... 7.45 '
George can read It without.his spec- bed That FIRESTONE NAME AND GUARANTEE "
early. gesture 4.50.21... .. .. 7.75
tacles. '
John Hancock, one of the richest was deceivingand Your assurance of safety, dependability. and 47519. .. .. .. 8.20 :' "

men of Boston town, had much to lose children specious ; the economy. .. I i4 50019. .... .. 8.80 .'}J.
were not Interested In
getting I
.. .. ...
by his stand. It was no idle gesture x.25.17. 9.45
their ,;.x
rightful rest before '
to him, this adoption of the cause of but a strenuousday LONGER NON-SKID MILEAGE-The 60016. .. .. .. :11.95:

the colonies. His properties were tot against, the were sad accident insuring of themselves wider, flatter tread is scientifically designed 6.00-17 H.D.... 4.30 .1
sleeping
e forfeited to the crown for what past three o'clock in the morning. Any with more and, tougher rubber on the road. 6.00-19 H.D... ::1S.O. :J

would be considered an act of treason boy who wasn't out by three o'clock In :-- 6.00-20 H.D. ., :15.55 "'.:
but John Hancock did not hesitate because the GUM-DIPPED CORD BODY-Firestone <
morning shooting firecrackers under O'h.SlmPrlcedProportlonat"yLow'
of this. He was a native of
the respective windows of the pas- patented process of Gum-Dipping provides y
Braintree, therefore a friend and neighbor -
no doubt, of John Adams, who was tor, the school principal and the tru- greater strength, greatest blowout protection. IT COSTS LESS TO BUY-VOLUME '
ancy officer was deemed a
sissy and
afterward to be the second Presidentof ,.
not fit for human PRODUCTION SAVES YOU MONEY
companionship the'rest !
the United States TWO EXTRA LAYERS OF GUM-DIPPED
of the day. 5'" -The Firestone Standard Tire is the r
new
As, a member of the Committee of f CORDS UNDER THE TREADCushions
',
The opening was the : tire value offered See ;
Patriots appointed after the massacrein ceremony only greatest ever car owners.
one unanimously attended. From road shocks. Affords extra protection against the Thrift of Auto .-
Boston asking the British ,to withdraw that Tire 1936 at your Firestone
Hancock had counseled every time on, too many things were happening punctures. Supply and Service Store or Firestone Dealer.
honorable means to avoid the conflict to engage the, entire Juvenile attention
Impending.. At the funeral of the slain I rat ones time. There was the t

be preached an oration In which he sunrise salute'of' 21 guns, ,engineered 'For Truck
flayed the cowardice of the British by the village backsmlth' ,who placedone Operators"LONGER

officers) and men In slaughtering unarmed great anvil upon; another with

men. giant powder In between, touched off
When the Continental Congress was from a daring proximity with a red MILEAGE MORE

formed, John Hancock represented Lot Iron. Usually the nether anvil DEPENDABLE
.Massachusetts therein and In 1775-1777::; grew very hot before the 21 salutes SERVICE-

erve<] as Its president. were fired and this was one of the VOLUME PRICES
':"Ir?his spacious Boston mansion meanwhile causes of many distressing accidentsIn

Lord Percy, Britain's pet, held the Insane era. At ten o'clock there
i,';:sway. A price was put on the head of was the rendition of the"StarSpangledBanner '+, WHETHER you operate one truck or
i._ -, John:; Hancock as well, which only a. $
led by the band and assistedby
several dependable service is
greatest
-"mused the game patriot, Hancock ,, your
the ladles of the G. A. R., whose o
-<
:if'YJ was so eager to fight that he let it be voices sometimes didn't quite make the '''' asset. In hauling produce to market, operating
J"f": known that he was willing to face the'
'''f.J'' hardships of the field. high notes; and the reading of the,Declaration I 6.00-40 fast local deliveries, in heavy cross country

.1> I )'. After his Revolutionary service was of Independence by the mayor. ; hauling, operating school buses,. or in ,
Hostilities I
t: over, Hancock was elected the first usually were suspendedat
(t governor of Massachusetts, which office noon for the community dinner In STANDARD TYPE any type of trucking service, you

he held from 17S7 until his death. the city park, where fried chicken, wa- FOR TRUCKS AND BUSES need a first-quality tire, built of
John Adams spoke of hut as a ter melon and lemonade from a barrel DUTY
"clever fellow a bit spoiled by a engaged the general attention until I Ji.ILd: HEAVY first grade materials to give you long,

legacy." He left no descendants ant: satiety wa$ reached. The afternoonwas SIZE PRICE SIZE PRICE trouble- free mileage. Go to your

so busy were his heirs In distributing a dizzy succession of patrioticand 6.00.20 $14.63 30x5 $10.64 and
Firestone Auto Supply
Tils property after his death that they athletic events, wherein the popu- nearest
650.20 32x6
-did not erect a tombstone. Massachusetts lar candidate for congress, vied witha 19.21 31.7$ Service Store Firestone Dealer and

In later years repaired this omission greased pole, a pie-eating contest anda 7.00.20 25,46 36x6 34,48 the Firestone Standard
and a monument nbw stands over ball game, for popular attention. / 7.50.20 30.80 34x7 41.57 see new

his grave In the Old Granary Burying; Such was the Fourth of July colebrd- a Other Sizes Priced Proportlonalely Low Truck and Bus Tire.

j :ground, on Tremont street, In Boston, tion In the early 1000s, fraught, as one

:, not far from the grave of his friend, may :see, with great dangers later' tjj; Listen to the Voice of Firestone-featuring Margaret Speaks; Soprano, with the Firestone ChoralSymphony

:Samuel Adams,patriot.another Massachusetts minimized by the Sane Fourth caui. and William Dal '* Orchestra-every Monday night over N. B. CX Nationwide Network
; Revolutionary palgn.
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1986

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Coast take their pastime seriously. AVERAGE WINTER VISITOR which are kept moist by a drip system Hall Building at Clewiston, Hendry
News
The Clewiston A pitcher at Everglades broke an I SPENDS $974 IN FLORIDASt. or by having the ends of the County, Florida on Monday: July
arm the other day working hard to sacks in water-has been found to 20, 1936, at four o'clock P. M., East-

fan an opposing player while at one Petersburg, July 1 (FNS- be very satisfactory in cooling'and ern Standard time, for the purpose c:;:,
Published every Friday in Clewiston, of the flooded towns, the entire team The typical winter visitor to Florida holding eggs on farms where refrigeration -| of: :
1.
NEWS -Electing Supervisors;
Florida, by the CLEWISTON' took their typhoid vaccinations in spends an average of $974, according is not available. An iceleall| 2.-Receiving Annual. Reports and f
In'. the back because they were afraid to a recent statement by T. M. refrigerator can be made quickly ati i taking action with respect thereto -
their arms would get sore. Griffith, who handles this city's ad- low cost. I as the landowners may determine -
Anyway we'll get a month's rest vertising and recently issued by a Marketing of eggs will vary with l ; and3.Transacting
Keathley Bowden, Editor before the next election comes bulletin on the, value of tourist busi- different farms because of expenseof such other businessas
around. '. ness to the state. delivery and holding equipment, may come before the meet-

The Communist party should get I Mr. Griffith's figures are based on but, under average conditions, eggs ing.
Entered as second class mail mat- a record vote in the South, we don't a revision of accurate records of the should be marketed twice a week. Board of Supervisors of

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post think. They nominated a negro as I All-Year club of Southern California Clean eggs bring more than dirty CLEWISTON DISTRICT DRAINAGE.

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under vice-president. to apply more specifically to Flor- eggs and to insure clean eggs the By F. D, DUFF, President.
the Act of March 3; 1897. I ida tourists. During the 1935-36 poultryman should provide clean lit- I, Dated, July 2, 1936.
ADVERTISING PAYS tourist season 52,000 tourists regis- ter and clean nests for the hens. Mr. Pub. July 3,10,17,1936. I
I Sowell also careful handling ,
urges !
,tered with the city chamber of com-
.. Subscription rates $2.00 per year. You break your jaws on "Wrigleys, i merce. It is estimated that not more of eggs to preserve their quality, ex-
feet in socks I that of be :NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Advertising rates on application. Place your Holeproof than one-third of the visitors to the plaining a case eggs may
I Held up by Paris garters; : Sunshine City registered, bringingthe reduced from "fancy" to "C" grade
You rise by Big Ben clocks. total estimate to approximately by rough handling en route to market Monday, July 6, 1936, at 3:00.
especially if the is turnedso o'clock P. M., United States Eastern
case
Devoted to ,the advancement and ,168,660 tourists. Conservative esti- ,
Standard Time has been fixed as the
You choke yourself with Arrows, that the ends of the
big eggs are
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry Tell the time with Ingersoll.The mate that each visitor spent $200 down. date and time when, the City Hall in
County. I during his stay brings the city's business the City of Clewiston is designatedas
wife sews for the children
i income from the tourist tradeto the place where, the City Commis-
With Butterick and McCall. The Baptist people at Punta Gor-
$33,732,000. With such advertising sion of the City of Clowiston shall
Schmeling made Detroit's Black I Mentholatum I,! as Florida Exhibit at the 'Great da are spending $2,000 remodelingand hold a special public meeting for the .,
with ,
You rub
Bomber into another black bum. Lakes Exposition, local merchants making additions to their purpose of considering and acting
Smoke Chesterfield"cigarettes., I I
upon the assessment roll, of actingas
totals for thecoming
church house.
expect even larger
Wear Blue Jay pads for bunions, 1 I a Board of Equalization: of hear-
The independence of the United Brush your. teeth with Rubbersets. (I season. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING ing and receiving tejtimony; as to
States will be one hundred and six- \ I I OF" LANDOWNERS OF the value of any property: real or
ty years old tomorrow. You Eastmanyour vacation, I MAKES APPEAL FOR AUTHORITY CLEWISTON DRAINAGE DISTRICT personal, as fixed by the Tax Assessor -
Palmolive-ize skin [TO INCREASE WPA WORKERS and of perfecting, reviewing and
\, And your I
Notice: is hereby given that pur- equalizing the 1936:: Tax Roll of the
If they let Zioncheclc stay in Wjhileith Gillette and Williams Jacksonville, July '1 (FNS) .- Appeal suant to call of the Board of Super- City of Clewiston. "...-:.\
Washington we're inclined to think You proceed to mow your chin. I visors of Clewiston Drainage District, This notice dates the twentysixthday .'
that the other Senators should havt for authority to increase the i the annual meeting of the landowners of June, A. D. 1936..
their heads examined also. Wear B. V. D.'s in. the summer I number of WPA workers in Florida of Clewiston Drainage Districtfor (Signed) F. DEANE DUFF,
You put Murine in your eyes- was made by E. A. Pynchon, state the year 1936 will be held at the / President, City Commissian-. :
Dave Newell of Leesburg is goingto And yet some damphool asks you administrator, at a conference of office of said District, in the City June 26, July 3.

ask the next Legislature to passa If it pays to advertise. state administrators for the south- ..
law to protect the rapidly vanishing -Carney Citizen. east held in New Orleans this week.

alligator. The Everglades, known The present employment quota set
everywhere as the natural home of The most practical method of con- by Washington allows only 27,300 NOTICENOTICE

the alligators, has almost been en- trolling chinch bugs in St. Augustinegrass jobs for Florida needy,>according to
tirely cleaned out and one may ride is the use of finely-ground tobacco the official. "The present quota is I
is hereby given that the following described lands, or so'
and preferably with a high nicotine I
for days along the many canals too low for the summer and early
will be to the .
much thereof as necessary pay amount due for taxes here-
never see one now, where a few years content-2 % if possible. It is fall in Florida, when unemployment
in set opposite to the same, together with the costs of such sale and advertising --
ago dozens of them could have been a good fertilizer and is cheap. Lib-j reaches its highest point," he declared. -:: will be sold at public auction on the fourth day of August
counted in the same canals on one eral application of this material 1936 beginning at twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of the City of.
trip. They are an advertising asset, afective. I Clewiston, Florida.
particularly to our section and we PRESERVING QUALITY OF EGGS

believe that the law should be pass- Florida Paper CompanyFile I II DEPEND ON CORRECT PRACTICE R.Tax Y.: Collector PATTERSON, City;, of Clewl ton.
ed. Not only that but we would like I
:
to see the canals stocked with alligators Corporation Papers Gainesville, Fla.-Frequent gath-

in order that tourists thoughour ering, proper cooling, and frequent r:4

part of the state would have the Port St. Joe, Fla., July 1 (FNS). marketing are three essentials in pre- Description- land g r.rj a> Owner Amount of Taxes
thrill of seeing one of the saurieansin -With incorporation papers for the serving the quality of eggs duringthe :, a 9 9)rn and Costs
its native haunts. hot summer months, D. F. V r CS
Port St. Joe paper company filed at says a> UE'
Pensacola, Edward Ball, president of I Sowell, poultry specialist with the rn

WE ARE FORTUNATE Almours Securities, DuPont affiliate, State Agricultural Extension Service. Lot 1 Block 6 :............... First .Bank of Clewiston
announced that the new $7,500.000 I Eggs will deteriorate rapidly in _. 50' x 115' off S. End .....68.60

When we are blue rains and floods discouraged and- paper mill here will be operating summer and, in order to preVent this S. 85 ft. Lot 9 Block 9.... ;. ;"; Alston Drug Co ..........-........_ 42.80

other because natural of heavy disasters as, has been within 60 days.Engineers I the poultryman should gather them Lot 20 Block 23 ........:-...- ,. ,:' .... C. B. Fitch ..........................._ 5.40
of the are on. three or more times a day, Mr. So- ;
the case with many of us since the the ground developing company details of construction well explains. He also points out that Lot 21 Block 23 ......._....::.r'., .< C. B. Fitch ................_.........._ 5.40 ::\

floods three weeks ago, the best cure and to supervise the drill-! roosters should be separated from Lot 23 Block 23 ..;:.;.....-t. xsY. ,.- Hollis Lanier ..........a.............._ 5.40 .

in the world is to sit down with a ing of several large wells. Mill officials the hens when hatching eggs are not Lot 24 Block 23 ..._......... :.;,.r;. Hollis Lanier ..........-.............._ 5.40

daily paper and: read about disastersin \state that the plant is to include wanted. Lot 25 Block 23 ..........._ ..,:;'> Hollis Lanier ...............:........._ 5.40

other sections' of the country and installation of machines to Immediately after eggs are gath- Lot 26 Block 23 ..........:.. ", :, Hollis Lanier ................-........- 5.40

the world and consider how fortu- manufacture newsprint paper from ered, they should be spread in a Lot 30 Block 23 ............ '--'r:.':. Colts, Inc ...............................- 6.25
nate we really are. Southern pine pulp as soon as the single layer on a wire 'tray in' a cool Lot 31 Block 23 ............ Colts, Inc.- 6.25
We are considering at this time technical research now under way place. Eggs will cool quicker this Lot 32 Block 23 .. .. Colts, Inc. .................:.............- 6.25

the floods which have struck in proves that the product can be pro- than if they are left in the gath- Lot 23 Block 26 ............ / B. WI. Jenks, Sr. ..___...........:.._ 4.55
South 'Texas'Uiis'veek.' -.- Fourteen inches duced satisfactorily in commercial way ering buckets or baskets. Eggs Lot 24 Block 26 ............ .:, B. W. Jenks, Jr. ...................- 4.55
/., of. rainfall:,-.have turned rivers quantities. No newsprint paper will Lot 25 Block 26'i: : B. W. Jenks, Jr.- 4.55
and:'streams'into raging,torrents and should never be packed until they Lot 26 Block: 26 ............ : ). B. W. Jenks, Jr.. ......:............. 4.55
be sold however until there
at t.h'is"-Ume twenty-three people is suf- have been cooled. Suitable holding Lot 27 Block 26 ............:' ..,:. ; B. W. Jenks, Sr. ..................._ 4.55
have been reported drowned; ;not to ficient production to satisfy the temperatures. for eggs in the store, Lot 28 Block 26 ............ ..{: .. B. W. Jenks, Sr. ........--.........- 4.55
mention the millions ofTdollars in needs of the consuming trade. home, .or on the farm range from 30 Lot 29 Block 26 '............ -.- .:; B. W. Jenks, Sr. ................_.._ 4.55
Meanwhile, city engineers are to 60 degrees Farenheit, the poultry Lot 30 Block 26 .._..._..... 'r'..: B. W.Elmer. Jenks, Sr. .................... 4.55
property damage and the suffering completing plans for improvementsto specialist says. Lot 27 Block 27 ............. ... : G. Case ...._.................. 2.85
caused among thousands. care for the increased populationof An iceless refrigerator- wooden Lot 28 Block 27 .....__..... 'y' Elmer G. Case .............L......... 2.85
South Florida had a flood, it is Port St. Joe when" the paper plant frame covered with feed sack Lot 29 Block 27 ............ '' .\I' Elmer G. Case ..........__............ '2.85I
true and there was a great deal of begins operations. Installation of a Lot 30 27 ............ .-''t Elmer G. Case ................--...... 2.85
property damage. However, the wat- new water works and.'sewerage Lot 31 Bock 27 ...........'. .'. .(;,' Elmer G. Case ......................_ 2.85
ers rose gradually and there was no sys- Lot 18 Block 36 ............ ;,'wi}, .'- W. ,T. Furgson ..-..............--...... 4.55
tem costing approximately" $300jOOO; FOR SALE-Complete furnishingsfor '.: ,, .......... ...... ...
great swirling river currents to Lot 19 Block 36 ............ :. ; W. T. Furgson ..- 4.55
crumble houses like match boxes and is tOcome first, ,with extensive,street 4-room house. Post Office Box Lot 20 Block 36 ............ _';: W. T. Furgson _....................... 4.55
paving aDd extension t6 follow.! ;. 135, Clewiston, Fla. 4kL Lot 15 Block 138 ...;........ :', C. E. Shaw ...............-...........- 2.85
sweep residents to their death. There f''i' -. Lot 17 Block 138 .........__. '. C. B. Fitch ........................... 2.68
was no loss of life and aside from Lot "4 Block 139 ............- /. E. M. Petterson .................... 4.04
the inconvenience caused and the ,{; Lot 6 Block 139 ............' Mrs. A. S. Rothrock --.......... 5.40
property damage wrought, there was I:N N:N:...N:N:N:N:N:N.N:N:N.N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N :N.N.N:N H. :N:N.N.h:N.N.N:N:N. Lot 7 Block 139 ...._.._:... :.. ,' Mrs Hanna M. Hoover .......- 5.40
not so much to it. Things are neverso Lot 9 Block 139 ............ ', 5+> Mrs. R. H. Sanders ...............-. 4.55
bad that they could not be a great Lot 12 Block 139 ............ ,: / 1-..: ;-s Cora A. Keller ...........00......... 4.38
deal worse and it usually takes lit- I.ftit t .i'.c' Lot 1"3 Block 139 ............ .t'f'. ,.:.. 'i.E. J. Keller ....................__...... 4.38
tle looking around to discover it.INDUSTRIAL ._. .c'y Lot 19 Block 139 ............ ," :'.t : 'i",Mildred Wheeler 1 ...................- '4.04
; 1 ,. ..' Lot 2 Block 141 ............ '" ; George Berow .............__.. ...... 3.70 ,J
I %L: : Lot 9 Block 141 ._.......... ._..' ".:.,'Margaret:<; Klick ........-......:......- 3.70
CANAL BRIDGE l: CLEWISTON 60LF ::/i i Lot 10 Block 141 ............ 'Anna Paulik .......................... 3.70
-- Lot 11 Block 141 ............ Elmer G. Case ......."................. 4.55
The offset bridge across the Industrial Lot 13 Block 146 ............ Walter Moore ..............00.......... 4.55
i Canal here gave way this Lot 14 Block 146 ..........:_ Walter Moore. .......................... 3.70
?: week under a truck-load of lumber COURSE i Lot 15 Block '146 _.....:-. ... ,r Sadie! O'Mera ..................-...--.... 3.70
.. and although the truck was near Lot 10 Block 151 ...........: : {; Elmer{ G. Case........................ 3.70
F; enough across to make it to the other .:. .. ';, .. Lot 11 Block ,151 .........\... :" T Elmer G.. Case>....................... 4.55
:
v. side without injury to it its .'. r 4i,;},,.).'. ',, .;. Lot 12 Block 151' ............ ... Elmer G. Case'.,.............-.....-..., 3.70
or :;: % Lot":13"Block 151JS-JE....... .. ': Elmer G. Case .......'.................. 3.36
J ::
,: driver, it is enough to make us real- .%. .. '.... ",. .. '" I .::. Lots 12, 3, Block\.:152.... f- G. L. Espenlaub ...._................ 51.30
t '. ize what could. very easily have hap- .!. --II:! :: ,,', .:. Lot 4' Block '152 ............ First Bank of Clewiston -.-..... 17.30
;. pened with more serious conse- .i' -" ) 'i. Lots 5, 6, 7, Block 152 .... H. Etherton ........:._...._........... 37.70
L" -. 'quences..' :;: ::: Lot 11 Block 152 ..........._ \._ First Bank of Clewiston ........ 7.10
ti-:! The bridge was built as a tempo- ". )1 'i'y I Lot 12 Block' 152 ..__.......: First Bank of Clewiston __...... 7.10S.
rary structure and has remained .1 35 ft. Lot 1 Block 156 ,,.",:. First Bank of Clewiston .'....... 37.70
through the years as a permanentone Lot 4 Block 156 ...._......:{ If. C. C. Klutts ...................::... .-. 7.10
until unsafe to travel for heavy Elh Lot 5 Block 156 .... C.. C. Christian .__.....n;../.I1.:.:.:.. 20.70
; traffic and the state road I' to the I WJ/ Lot 5, Lot 6, BloCk .......''' ;'tt -' .r f.;, :
department Open 156 ?.......__................ .;:, Elmore & Chagaris ........ :.. .':: .27.80
x;: has not heeded the requests for a Pllb11cJ Lot 7 Block 156 .....::.....:< ,.'A : .George A. Heinz .............;.:. :?j 7.10
new bridge at this important cros :i: Lot 1 Block 159 .,...:.._... \ Theo. Gottleibt ........-..............''.. ,.. 3.02
u- ing. Meanwhile the traffic each year: ::: Lot 6 Block 161 .........:/::,; Geo. Crowder ....................:_J,;,2.00
becomes heavier and heavier over 'i' Lot 7 Block 161 ......_:.;: Geo. Crowder .......................f 2.00
the highway and the bridge a greater .:. .%. Lot 2 Block 162 ....:...:.._: Mis. J. E. Frederick ................ 3.02
menace. .;. .... Lot 6 Block 162 ?........... J. C. Windheim ..................__ 3.02
S : It would be worthwhile for citizens .. I :' Lot 12 Block 162 :_.....;.... Ruth R. Beardsley .......__....... 5.40
of Clewiston to co-operate in :;: :i: Lot 15 Block 163 ............ E. L. Alston ............................ 21.55
.%. I .:. Lot 14 Block:167 ............ Emory J. Thomas ............._._.... 3.70 1
"f efforts to secure a new bridge across j .:.. .:. Lot 15 Block 167 ............ Nora D. Ott ..................:......... 3.70
= the canal before a serious accident { I .;. Lot 16 Block 167 ............ Emory J. Thomas ..........,__... 3.70
occurs. It often takes an accident of : Moderate Green Fees 'j:;: Lot 17 Block 167 ............ Emory J. Thomas ................ 3.70
the kind to bring home to us the Lot 18 Block 167 ..........._ Pete M. Lanehart ..............--.. 3.70
? necessity of action and the accident ; Exceptional Fairways i' Lot 19 Block 167 ............ Pete M. Lanehart .._............... 3.70
;' this week, while not of a serious nature Lot 20 Block 167 .....___.... L. V. Gere -.........................._'___. 3.70
should give ample warning o* :: interesting Greens .*. Lot 2 Block 168 __.......... James Hartz .............-.............. 3.70
what could happen. The State Road ::I Lot 1 Block 169 ............ Rebecca Lutz .......................... 8.80
Department can not well afford to ;i I'I'j 1 1t :: Lot 8 Block 170 ............ Victor Baron .......................... 3.70
: :: Lot 9 Block 170 ............ Victor Baron ...--..................... 3.70
overlook long such a menaBe on one I -- Lot 18 Block 170 ............ I Joseph Walton Smith .,.;........ 3.70

f r'i;.' .-1Jf Baseball their main players state roads.on the West ...... .......,......... ."':":\.........:.................... ..............:.:.....:.................;.:...-.:.--:..-.:.....-:-.................'"..............-....... (Continued on Page 8) '





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*:*%*%*%**:*%":*%**:*%*%*%*%*%*****:**:**#**:*%****%*4:******":' I Mr. and Mrs. C. L.. Smith of Noca- ato heat slowly cooks the film of egg I often neglected and abused until it -' L. B. MershonAGENT

I tee visited their daughter, JMrs. Joe white around each tiny bubble of Is irrevocably lost.

\ I Personal Mention I Cato and Mr. Cato Saturday and Sun- air and then the meringue holds up Prior to the begging of the 20th

b day. well. century, health conditions in rural I'

W ...N.N.N.N.N......N.N.N.H.-..N.N.N....N.NON N.N..N..N..N..M..N:: areas were better than those prevail-

Tommy Jones of LaBelle, was a Rufus L. Smith left Wednesday to Indications point to a. slight decrease -i ing in cities. 'That, however, is not l New York Life

business visitor here Wednesday. spend a three week's vacation with in acreage of tomatoes and the case at present. An area of public -

I friends and relatives in North Georgia green peas planted for commercial I health improvement' in urban Insurance CompanyARCADIA

., canning this year and more corn and communities for the past 35 to 40
W. C. Nall, of Okeechobee, was
snap beans than in 1935. The corm i years has resulted in conditions of
in town on business Wednesday FLORIDA
,' H. A., Bestor and R. Y. Patterson that went into cans last season was al I health in cities becoming much bet-,
-
-- from Washington large crop and this year's outlook is ter than formerly. No longer do epidemics -----
returned Wednesday I
H.:, S. Gove, Jr., of Moore Haven,
where several dayson for still more corn, so perhaps the I sweep the country and deci-
they spent '
,\, was a business visitor here Monday. business.W. housewife who must use every minute mate the population of congested I J. M. COUSE

-- of her time to advantage will areas. .. .

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson spent do well to can less corn, herself, and In the cities facilities have been I Counselor and Attorney at Law
' ;, Sunday at Palm Beach. W.. Perry visited Mrs. Perry
put up more of other crops which provided for the safe disposal of I.
and, children in Manatee over the Hopkins Building
,
.-. '' will not be as well represented on man wastes, safeguards have hU-1
: : Mr. and'Mrs.. J. F. Tippey visit- week-end. Mrs. Perry's serious illness Wcdiiesdajs and Saturdays
the grocer's shelves. thrown around supplies of
'" in LaBelle Sunday forced Mr. Perry to return to
-ed
; I milk, meats, and other foods, and I 9:30 to 4:00
.
Manatee Tuesday.Mr. Clothes moths, do not eat into pa- city people insist on buying fresh, 7

C. W. McDonald, of Belle Glade, and Mrs. J. E. Johnson spent per'' to reach clothing. If woolens and wholesome vegetables and fruits. I
:ji : "- was a business visitor here Monday. other fabrics subject to moth attack
( Sunday In Leesburg. Mrs. Johnson's Housing conditions, on the whole'1 ...
f : "' sister-in-law, Mrs. W. N. Melton, and are cleaned and freed from moths by are better in towns and -':
Mrs. H. O. Peters and Mrs. Leslie brushing, beating, and sunning, they in the country.,
)> ; two sons, Holmes, Jr., and Howell,
Miller visited Mrs. Allen in West will remain safe if at I ;
wrapped once
,, returned here for a visit. However, health conditions in the ZajFu '.'
Palm Beach FLORIDA
Tuesday.Mrs. in several thicknesses of firm wrap- country could be, even now, better

'., -. Capt. Richardson Selee arrived ping paper or in newspaper. It is than those in the city. Screened i. '
;
;
:': C. L. Downs visited Mr. and Monday to spend a few days in the not the ink on the paper that keeps homes, drainage of mosquito breed- V
Mrs. Joseph Spadaro at Boca Grande the fact that the F
Clewiston office before leaving for the moths away but ing places, sanitary outhouses and
over the week-end. iMr i is unbroken. Care must be
Washington .to take up his new du- paper strict attention to sanitation in gen HnJ
taken to bend back the folds of the I
ties at Fort Belvoir.Mr. eral will help to bring healthfulness
and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheim-
paper upon themselves along the to rural areas and restore their leadin
er and family spent the week-end in edges 'and at the ends of the bundles I'
and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence re- this respect.Indifference :
West Palm Beach. so that the moths cannot crawl into
'
turned Thursday morning from a vacation on the part of rural rei .,
,
-_"" trip to Pasadena and Los An- them. Sealing the openings 'with dwellers to conditions around them liI ':
to I
Jay W. Moran left Saturday gummed is an added
., spend several days in New York Cityon geles, Calif. They returned home by tion. paper precau- has kept, progress from being madein 1
business. the way 'of Dallas and attended the health lines as rapidly as it should mUi1

Texas Centennial Exposition.Mrs. I have been. However, attitudes ai;
,hazard
in'a
Stairs gften are a '
'' -- changing rapidly now, and it is likely -
/ Glenn E., Etherton 'visited Mrs. home: Too steep stairways, stairs I "
Glenn E. Etherton who Rural
was
V that progress will be made.
Etherton in St. Francis Hospital in with ,narrow turns, stairs without rtiI :'
tV operated upon last week in St. Fran- I people are taking more prido in their -
Miami Wednesday. guards or handrails, unlighted stair
S. cis Hospital in :Miami, was removed surroundings. They are endeavoringto
ways, especially into the basement.
i: Mrs. Walter Jenkins and son, Jim- from'the hospital Wednesday and Painting the bottom basement step obtain more attractive, more com I ,
taken to the home of her mother. convenient and -':.
J fortable, more more ,
yr. V my, of Ocala, visited Mrs. Jenkin'ssister white is a good idea.
"
She -is Improving rapidly. j sanitary homes and home surround- i '
'
i
Mrs. Alston, Monday.
t: Roy I ;
ings. I II ,,,.
I '
Bourne Fresh unskinimed fluid milk is "!
V
V Mrs. B. A. and three child-) "! ;
Mrs. J. W. Moore, Miss Mary 'about 13 % solid food material. Thisis Immunization from communicable :I '
i> Moore and Ed Markette spent ren, are spending the month of July: more of solids than of the diseases is being practiced on an almost Stop at the :;

..,: day in Tampa. Tues-I on the East Coast, occupying the, O. j j common vegetables contain.many The i universal scale. Periodical i -
, E. Young home at Hillcrest, West I
,
health examinations are helping rural jiotelpatciela L
--- I milk solids consist of 3.4 % protein I 1 I ]
Palm Beach. Dr. Bourne will join his
,V Mrs. H. 0. Peters and daughter,I I and 3.9 % lactose or milk sugar, and i as well as urban l'e idents'to keep ;
latter of. the .
family',during the part ,
p- LaDeen were visitors in West Palm almost 1 % mineral matter of which well, often to correct/remediable defects -i '

Beach Saturday afternoon. month. calcium and phosphorus are the most before they are beyond rem 312 S. E. SECOND. AVENUE '
I edy. The family physician is called ;:
important constituents. Dissolved in
,, Mr. and Mrs. I. M., Pafford and ,
"
Mr. and Mrs.. I. M. Pafford and early in case of illness.
left' the milk fat are vitamins A and 'D, All Outside Rooms"Pith ,:j
daughters, Ann and Mary Kay,
dividends, in btt-
\ children spent Saturday afternoon Good health pays
and in the liquid is vitamin G, with
Bath
Private :"
for Ocala to visit until 'f
; in West, Palm Beach. Thursday K little of vitamins :B and C. if the ter work, and longer life, while poor :.,it

,,.', Sunday with Mr. continue and Mrs. GroverPoole. milk is used at once. health takes its inevitable toll in COOL, CLEAN, QUIET ,"' ,
Mrs. L. H., Robbins left this week They will on to sapped vitality, loss of work, and : ',',!!.

to spend the summer in Washington, Brunswick, Ga.with,. at, that time for aweek's Slight changes-often- bring an out- medical expenses. It pays to give Overlooking Biscayne' Bay /, I

D. C.Mr.. visit relatives. moded dress up-to-date. On a dressof attention to health in rural as wellas I and
--- rural communities. Two blocks to Shops Theatre 1
plain material a "gilet" or over-
Mrs. A.. R. Broadfoot and Mark R. Lawler left Thursday for Business Section.
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and --
vest of printed fabric, or one of plain
I "
children have moved into the Mark New Harmony, Ind., to join Mrs. material in contrasting color will FOR SALE-Eight lots centrally located :'

\ ,,,,, Lawler home during this month. Lawler and children. They will then add new interest to an old garment. in the city of Clewiston for RATES ::

( go on to Southwest Harbor, Maine, Dresses are sometimes'cut that :sale ,to settle estate of.Joseph _W. I ,:,:l
D. G. Alston attended meeting to visit Mr. Lawler's mother:' They so local dealer Wal- .j
Smith.
See
j a the front can be replaced with a de- your or $1.50 Single
of ,County Commissioners held in, expect to return to Clewiston in about tachable vestee of pique or tucked ter A. Smith, Executor. :
I
Tallahassee Thursday. a month. Linen. I $2.50 Double :1:1I

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Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and 'Mr. and Mrs. Munroe are HEALTH CONDITIONS IX RURAL Special :Family, Weekly & .'', '
Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath
daughter, Emma 'Jane, left Friday to spending two week's vacation at Miami AREAS :NEED TO BE IMPROVED Monthly Rates ,.

, spend two weeks at Graceville with Beach. They were accompaniedby I
'
: relatives.E. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail who stay- E/y/ Spuds Johnson S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor >::

I ed for several days this week. Mrs. Health is one of the most prized I C' '
t ;
No. 1
Lake Harbor Phone
I
P. Mutrix has returned to workat Wilder, of Frostproof, has chargeof possessions of mankind. Yet it is .
the mill following a vacation of the local Western Union office I I ;q

several weeks. during Mr. Munroe's vacation.

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Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and Mrs. H. O. Peters, Mrs. Leslie Miller \ '., i'
,
son, Joe, Jr., are spending the holidays and V. A. Allen visited Mrs. Allen ::.

with relatives in Stuart. Sunday afternoon at Good Sam- -., !"
I aritan Hospital in West Palm Beach. <

! Keathley Bowden spent several Mrs. Allen was operated, upon Satur- SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS

day morning and her many friends -, ",-;
I days this week in Okeechobee and ','.
i Fort Pierce. on business. will be pleased to learn that she is :

I -- i convalescing rapidly. i :
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::1 Miss Margaret Cato of Pahokee )

spent the week-end here with her Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peters and La,I ; ', ',' ; : :'. Record of Dividends of :;

II brother, Joe Cato and Mrs. Cato. I Deen left today for Leesburg and ,' 'J, ,,'' ,:!114 ; Association ':
Daytona Beach. Mr. Peters will at- I '. ; < = Clewiston ,Home Building i

i tend a convention of Army Amateur "Yo' .:' _\ .. .," II
Capt. G. E. Linkswiler spent Sunday : : :'t ,. :!?yi {: ," i
Radio Operators in St. Augustine "' ', :,"., RATE ',:
fishing for tarpon at Boca I ." I : ', r., ,0, ', RATE; -
Saturday and ''the letting in Jacksonville > '
Grande
i : --. PERCENT '
at the District U. S. Engineer 4 J : "n' YEAR PERCENT YEAR .,. .

Mr.. and Mrs. C. W., Fuller are office Tuesday. Mrs" Peters and La- I I'-- 5.5 1 1933 6
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spending a few days this week at Deen will visit in Leesburg!' until his ;.:, "

West Palm Beach. I return. V : 1929 : :: .: 7 1934 ,6.' : I ,:

I ? : \ 1935 6 \ "
Mrs. H. L. Delaney of LaBelle is Mr. and Mrs. Gratton George, Miss : I 1930 V 4 h

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner Ulla Jacobsen and Jones Bryan left I ". "' ',; '. ",:,""" 4' 1936 6 .
; 1931 1
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this week. : ; "
to month's \ ,
Thursday spend a vacaI ,. /.'' "..'. > I, ,' 1932, "'" .. .'',''.. 6 I i -.'
:. I tion on a tour of western states. ,v '

Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Allen and They will first go to St. Louis for a 1:3: : : : ,> :> :; J'r' : : \ .1.1I

daughter, Margie, are spending their few days. ;From there 'they will go : ; ,

vacation in Tifton, Ga., and in North to Yellowstone Park and into Cali- I : .. oj" ., ,' '

Carolina. fornia and return by way of Dallas ,\ ',:, : .CALL BY THE HOMEBUILDING .

I -- where they will attend the Texas .}5
I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McLure, Jr., Centennial Exposition. OFFICE FIRST "i

V have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. Invest your savings for safety and a good"' ,.' THING TOMORROW'. AND ;

H. Roberts this week before movingto Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger ,. : ,
their new home in Canal Point. and son, Clarke, left Thursday for return. Home Building has never paid: T \Lk THINGS OVER. ..

Jacksonville where Mrs. Ironmongerand dividends of less than 4 .)1 :
percent per year. : -
Miss Joy Willingham of Moore Clarke will visit relatives while '
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Haven I In these days of reduced interest on savings -: : ,
and Mrs. Walter Jenkins, of I Mr. Ironmonger is on a two week's' -

Ocala, visited their sister, Mrs. Roy naval reserve training cruise aboard I accounts and reduced returns on other ; ;
Alston Wednesday. a U. S. cruiser. During the cruise the

I boat will touch at San Juan, Porto forms, of investment Home:: Building offers V Cry

Mrs. S. L. Crochet returned Thurs. Rico and at Guantanamo, Cuba. He II the conservative thrifty investor the investment ; '" .' ,. ;
,
day from Sioux City, Iowa, where few
expects to visit\ for a : days in '"
she was called best suited his needs. Investigate -
recently by the illness Jacksonville upon ,his return from to ,

:I (t of her giandmother.Mrs. the cruise before returning to Clew- Clewiston Home Building Asso- V ,

-- iston.
" Joe Cato, Mrs. B.--E.' Nall, Jr., ciation ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONlittle

and daughter, Wilma Faye, Miss Bil- HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES: month much
lie Hooker and Miss Mildred Ward as $5.00 per or as as HOME BUILDING V

vIsited in Pahokee Monday. Weekly from Home Demonstration $1 $1,000.00 i in a lump sum, you'll find a ASSOCIATION

Specialists, Tallahassee. Home Building adapted to
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Capt. G. E. Linkswiler and O. H. program your PHONES 102-103
Roberts attended a meeting "'
sponsored SHORT HINTSA requirements.
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Create Peace


PEACE will not come by Indo-

for It. Our desire

Drive You must be translated into action

we must seek to create the intel

lectual and moral atmosphere in

which peace thrives, to cultivate

links of personal friendship, to

EDWIN BALMER : ... train the sympathetic imagination
By : '" Rr "T.
: : which will enable us to view the

world from the standpoint of

those from whom we are dividedby

Copyright by Edwin Balmer I WNU Service race color or culture. But loveis

the ultimate cure for prejudiceand

II .. spitefulness, for bitternessand
SYNOPSISJeb The four were alone at dinner. bother about such a thing, Glen? Do Beatrice quickly touched a bell be- hatred, for greed and ambI-

Her mother and father had dressed, you want It?" hind. her. "They've been long enoughIn tion.-A. S. Speake.

Braddon young: and fantastically for they were going out. There was "What?" Agnes said. the sun," she decided suddenly, and

successful broker of Chicago, beautiful is Infatuated always, in these days, something for "Love for a lifetime. Tepid, tasteless Bundled her babies Into robes. When To be strong, conquer yourself.
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with Agnes Glenelth.manufacturer. them to go out to, if they wished ; stuff you can bear to sip and the nurse knocked, she handed the

Rodney daughter a of doctor a ,retired in love with Agnes, and tonight, though he was just home, never need to gulp down. Do you'want children out and secured the door

visits his brother Jeb. Rod plans workat they utilized this escape from their It? By God, you'll never get again.

Rochester. ieb suggests that he evening together. So Father sat n this It from me. I've had girls Glen but "All right now" said Bee droppingto

make a try for Agnes before leaving.In end of the table In his dinner- never one like you. What we'll give the mat. Athletes Taking Part in
Rod there is a deeper obstinate
decency and much sterner restraintsthan jacket, and Mother at her end. In each other will be beyond telling. I "I liked him a lot last night. Bee. I Olympics Must Take Oath

In Jeb. Agnes believes to be happy, decollete.She don't know how long It will last ; and let him know it." Each athlete in the Olympic gamesin
a girl must bind herself entirely ta neither do you. And I don't care "
was forty-seven, for she had! ; "How about this morning? Beatrice Berlin next August will be re-
man and have adorable babies. Rod nor do 'you. We'll have it-we'U haveIt
demanded."I'm
been twenty-two when she had borne .
visits Agnes and tells her of his great quired to take this oath : "We swear
desire, but realizes it can never be ful Bee, the Dark One, the daughter like all while we're young. We'll tip up going downtown to have lunch that we will take part in the Olympic

filled. Agnes' mother is attempting to icrself. But Bee, after barely three the cup---won't we-and drink the with him today." in' loyal competition
respect-
her husband's love. Bob Glen- whole damn thing down while we're games
regain and two "But
years of marriage babies (a.! are you engaged? Did you sayyou'd
the which
Ing regulations
govern
elth arrives from New York. Agnes living.
what attracts Mother had had) was not now as marry him?"
has disturbing doubts as to them and desirous of participating in
her father there. happy as Mamma had been for the "Do you dream your mother today "I didn't; for I didn't know I would.
them in the true spirit of sportsmanship -
twelve years in the "little" house would trade what she'd had for any- I don't know now." /
thing else she ever heard of? ." for the honor of our countryand I
been bride. "You
where she had a mean you don't know whether ,
CHAPTER I-Continued He thrust his free arm under her for the glory of sport. .
Was happiness shortening? What you want to? r
knees and claimed her close. He
-3- ended It. once you had it-both of arose "I guess I want to marry him, Bee."
There was no mark of deteriorationupon you-as he at his end of the table and with her In his arms and took a stepor "Then what in heaven Is It you don't

him. It was plain that his Impulses she opposite' him, had had? two carrying her;*then he lifted know?" FRECKLESDISAPPEAR
her higher' bringing i her face so near
and his needs for closest emo- "We're together Isn't it good I "What It will be like to be marriedto
to his that he could
by bending an
tional contacts had not fled or even Good Good to be together, together : inch Jeb," said Agnes. I didn't want to
kiss her. But he did
more, not.
retreated. Plain too it had been for so !" That was how the old house had talk to Mother about it, at all. She's

some time, that they had failed him elL Here it was gone. Most particularly Instead, with. his lips over hers, he too unhappy. You aren't" !N 5 T010 DAYS

here. What was he "doing"?' What tonight It was gone from Father whispered.It taunted and tantalized her. "No," said Bee quickly. "How was

had he done? and Mother. You could feel no cur- Father when he got home?"
"What Is It Jeb what
are you sayIng -
"Don't think about It, Instincts rent of closeness. to me?" "No different lie made a lot more ,

warned her. Across the table Jeb sat. He was "The line don't you know it- money In New York."
He swung about to her. "When I "I gathered that. .. But and
happy to be here, and to have her that: Francois Villon wrote, dear for you
was in New York, I got out of some- Jeb?"
himself and his friends the night be-
thing I got Into awhile ago ; and I \ : fore he was sure they were all to be "lIe thinks we ought to get marriedas w 'tA
made half a million .' Tell me J./j
!f langed. 'Men, brother men, that aft- quick: as we can arrange It Oh,

what you want little Light One." I//, er us live let not your hearts too Bee, I never, never had such a day. WONDER CREAM WIPES AWAYBLACKHEADSDULLDINGY

"I don't want anything, Father" she hard on us be.'' Rod came in the afternoon."
SKIN
answered before she realized how "But why do you say It?" "Rod?"

much she was disappointing him ; for "Why, Glen? Because we-God helpus "I can't tell you about that. I can All you do is 'this: ((1)) At bedtime
spread thin film of NADINOLA
a.
she was thinking once more of her Glen-we are going to be married"And never tell anyone about that! Cream over your face-no massaging

mother. He would offer to buy her, y then, at last he kissed her. Then Father came home; and Mother no rubbing. ((2)) Leave on while you

too, anything she liked ; but it was : was making ready for him. Bee, sleep. ((3)) Watch daily improvement-

nothing that he need buy which Mother Beatrice Ayreforth had had a sun- I they'll separate when I get married I marvelous usually in 5 transformation.to 10 days you Freckles will see a.

wanted from him. And this half- bath built In her home. The, enclo- know." blackheads disappear; dull coarsenedskin

million additional in his hands would sure under the quartz glass roof was "Then I should think you'd hardly becomes creamy-white, satin-

not help her. No ; it would not help lIke a little Japanese room, with soft- rush off aijd marry." guaranteed smooth, lovely with! Fine NADINOLA results positively-tested

Mother at all. ly padded straw mats fitted togetherto "But that makes me want to, don't and trusted'for nearly two generations.At .

"Bob?" they both heard her voice form the floor and with a slightly you, see? Oh, if you were in the all toilet counters, only 50c. Or

"Bob? Are you home raised section, laid with thicker and house, you would." write NADINOLA Box 41, ParisTenn.

She had come to the top of the softer mats for lounging upon and "I wouldn't," said Bee. .

stairs and was' calling down. sunning.'. '
Agnes saw him start slightly. "Hello, Here, In the soothing sun. you could Agnes proceeded to Chicago on the 'S-O'DE LW W 1G'l1J 'Dr.Eye Salte1l Lotion$

Trlcie," he called back. "Wait up r74Jij play with your boys' round, strong noon train. As she neared the city,, relieves and cures sore and Infla.medeyes in 21 to 13boars.

there. Coming!" Y little bodies, and imagine them men she wondered, more practically, what I Ask your. He drngzist ps the weak or dealer: eyed for, cures h without 1Raniaa.pain.

They screened their first meetings great men, splendid men. Inspiring, plan he had made for her and him- from BefornvDlspensary.P.O.Box ,

these days from their daughter. Important and thrilling. When you self? For she felt that today of all

"Anybody for dinner tonight he did this, you omitted Imagining them days, he would have a special surprisefor \ Hard

Inquired of Agnes as he turned. like their father. They must be more her. \ A Jlefpinq

than Davis ever would be. Davis. t "f ..
started when she saw him. :
"Jeb, I guess Father." And she add- Agnes for'Constipation
ed: "Rod was here this afternoon." your husband who was only thirty How much more hers, since last. night, \
but for ,whom you no longer held J illusions I was this man at whom women gazed ;
"The Deep Sea!I" her father said, 1 Importance
of greatness or of real
and for whom they turned, after they SufferersNATURE'S
and suspected aloud. "Why was ho .,
though loved him. Of
you had passed. Now he saw her! _
off the afternoon?"
taking
course loved him.
you i She
Oh, this was something was
"He was going away. He's gone." He lacked something that, for one, shaking from excitement as hardlyshe I

"I see," said her father, satisfied Jeb Braddon had. Jeb, who had been had last nIght.

with that, and he did not inquire at "the house" last night, as Beatricehad
He took her away In a taxi, and still '
whither. "Good fellow. But his broth- 'Tell Me What You Want, Little learned when she phoned her father BEST ASSISTAHT'For
saved the tension of their restraints.He .
er-how that young man does know Light One." after dinner to say hello. How
named a restaurant where a few
...... his way about!" And he started, at much further had Agnes and Jeb i
to be. So
here. of their set were sure they
Of It because he
course was .
last, for the stairs. "gone" last evening?
sat side by side at a little table, look-
was close to her, the table temporarily -
Bee wished that Agnes would hurry
Headlights played on the windowsand
separating them, that he was happy.He Ing out upon the .wide, gay room justas
swung away as a car kidded to over. It nothing at all bad happer-d
was in business clothes, as he There she 'was They 'faced each
a stop.
since they had been seen together.So .
had come from his office. He and Agnes other In the sun but Agnes immediately -
Jeb came In, cold and stamping and many people gazed at them ; and
were not to go out, to seek escape bent to the babies rubbing her
all alive. Sour Stomach,
Agnes knew that they whispered to Biliousness;
i from themselves tonight Quite to the hands briskly to be sure of their
and Sick
She was his goal, this girl who each other: "There's Jeb Braddon"Agnes' Flatulence; Nausea
did warmth before she touched the brown
contrary Why conversation dragso Constipation.
braed.her. bare arms and shoulders hand on the seat beside her Headache, due to
? little bodies. Bobble kissed back on
;,, to the chill from the door to meet him. touched his and his closed on hers
Her father mentioned Insull to Jeb."Stronger her cool fcheek after she kissed him ;
She above all others and all else in briefly only."Nothing .
minute Jeb said she swept with her lips the soles fDavy's
the world tonight, was the sole object every today," be told her "or
"I'm putting all my people into MidWest chubby little feet one after the ..
and
ho sought, nothing could keep Utilities." other."How's. more 1"More
him from her. That was how Jeb than last night? What couldhe
Jeb? asked her sister seating -
made you feel when you faced him. There Mother sat, alone, no longerthe herself before her. mean? Marriage today? Had hea

"Hello, Glen !I" He held her, mak- closest, most necessary person to .Agnes held to one of Davy's feet. license in his pocket? a

ing her palms press his. "Hello, Glen !'" any one. Her figure, once as slender "All right Bee" she answered. They left the restaurant and Agnes

"Jeb, why did you drive tonight was by no means heavy. Women complimented "Did you go anywhere last night?" watched the women looking up at
her It but had
He laughed and his happiness at upon men "Not us. Father and Mother wentto him ; he watched the men's eyes on MAKE THEM HAPPYOne
ceased to turn when she passed. She
the, triumph of this arrival thrilled the Stlnsons' ; but we stayed home" her and was very satisfied.He 'DEAD SHOT' Dr.
lad lovely hands, beautifullyshapedfingers took her Into a taxi and gave an bottle of
down her arms from her palms held said Agnes a bit breathlessly. will
with almond-like nails, which Peery's Vermifuge save you
Side.:
address on the North
to his. "What'd do? demanded Bee.
you and restore
Agnes had Inherited. Her skin time anxiety,
,
"I'm going to show you a building money,
the train "Bee I Jeb and I got sort
"Thought might not
get guess children in case:
though: not dark, was less fair than Glen," he told her then, "where I fig the health of your
through Glen. I had to. Are of engaged.
you
her: husband's and It needed color ured and I would start" of Worms or Tapeworm.
"Don't you
glad, a little? Beatrice's gaze Jerked up.

"Oh, yes, I'm glad, Jeb I" now.There you know?" "Oh !I" Dr.Peery's'DEAD SHOT'Vennifu&o
was not too much tonight, Bee." "I spotted It for us-you with melon .
"I know he said we were,
He ripped his overcoat and
open a
t
little. "
There too
Agnes thought. was
resorted to ? ago.
and
Agnes leaned over
threw It off and upon. a chair for "
feet and pull. "How long, Jeb?
clasping both of Davy's ,
Cravath to pick
up. They had gone out together Simmons ing him gently along the mat. (TO BE CONTINUED) aflr ]" Fn r
"Rod came? he asked, as they driving them. The leaping blazeIn P

passed the blazing; hearth before which the drawing-room had burnt downto COc n bottle nt drus Ists orWright' .
Gold St., N/i. City.CfEA.s
Pill Co., 100
her father had halted. red-glowing charred logs that lay Band More Than 15,000 Juncos in U. S.

r.-,_ "Yes; he came. He's-wonderful, lazily on the andirons. in Year Says Biological SurveyMore
Jeb. Wonderful. We talked In there." Jeb gathered Agnes against him. ,

Why did she indicate the room-and "Don't fight it," he said "It's no use. ,
the The Carolina Junco Is found in the
ovoid it? She had no idea of taking It's over for them. Tl>at's all." than 15,000 Juncos, one of

Jeb to'it. Something quite separate "Why's It over, Jeb?' most abundant of North American southern Alleghenies. Among western

from Jeb had transpired in there and His arm about her also claimed her birds, were banded by' volunteer, unpaid and Rocky: Mountain species are the

she would not have him intrude right hand with his. He fitted her co-operators last year says the Oregon, Shufeldt's and white-winged I '.
From the Juncos. The red-backed junco Is found MUFTI SHOE WHITE w/l/notrab off.
of biological survey.
it."But bureau
upon slender fingers In between his, as he and Mexico. Contains Intndients Of Mufti Homo Dry Cleaner
you couldn't do it?" said Jeb liked to do, and clasped palm to palm. harmless metal bands that carry Individual in southwestern states to CLEAN as if Whitans. tarfe Bottles 250
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and legend "Notify But Juncos were only one of the 378
"No, I couldn't do It. "Because it's over that's all numbers the
; any ,
In the BIol. Surv. Wash., D. C.," the bureau species tagged, 10 of which were on the
They were great drawing- one can ever say.'. There's just ,
room where on this stormy night, a so much in the cup sometimes I adds to its knowledge of bird migra- list of banded birds. The 249,829 birds

huge wood fire also was blazing. Ht: think Glen You can sip It all your tions information of especial value In tagged Included 42,427 waterfowl 22-

turned to her In the warm light tai]1 life, afraid ever really to taste It; or determining hunting regulations for 315 common terns, 2,000 herons of 10

as his brother, and straighter. There you can dare to drink It down. That's game birds. species, more than 1,800 hawks, owls,

was no reaJy-made suit, no marks 01 f what they did, I figure from what Juncos are small American finches, and vultures of 30 species, and more

carelessness, nothing could make Jet I've heard from you. They had It all ; found from the Arctic circle to Guate- than 2,000 shore birds of 24 species.

appear pitiful. they took It all, tipped It empty to- mala, often In large flocks. They breed

ller mind flew to her mother's room, gether. If hed died, or she, ten years: In. northern ''or mountainous localities. London Telephones Increase

where there was another man whon 1 ago, It'd been a break for the poets ; The common Junco of northeastern Telephone users In London are rap-

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Impulsive YouthTN Foreign Words .

, G and Phrases .

EARLY youth, If we find It '
OUR COMIC SECTION A difficult to control our feelings, Aequo animo. (L.) With equal .
so we find it difficult to vent themIn (equable) mind. <1
the presence of others. On the Coup d'oeil. (F.) A comprehensive :
spring side of twenty If anything glance. '.: ,
$ affects us, we rush to lock our- Dulce est desipere in loco. (L.) It ,
selves up in our room, or get away Is delightful to unbend upon occa- ,'"
into the street or the fields in sion. .
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THE FEATHERHEADS'c>A5SSU. A Hit With the Kids our earlier years we are still the Ex post facto. (L.) After the factor /

_I r--1 savages of nature, and we do as act. -
the poor brutes do. The wounded In extremis (L.) At the peint of ,
stag leaves the herd ; and if thereIs death. ;,
H anything on a dog's faithful Lapsus linguae. (L.) A slip of

poa'tSocK heart, he slinks away Into a. the tongue. r

corner.-Bulwer.Lytton. Xecessitas non habpt legem. (L.)
/ TQO Necessity has no law. '

The habits of teachers are the Onus probandi. (L.) The burdenof

4 teachers of habit. proof. .
r b M I Sr Pro bono publico. (L.) For the

public good. '

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-I- rte! Energy From the Sun Varies

.r All Aoundifie Slightly From Day to Day -
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House The amount of energy received
a from the sun, or what is known as
the solar constant, has been found to
When pressing a linen suit, dampen -
vary slightly from day to day. It
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with cheesecloth that has been
-s; may be either above or below aver-
i dipped In water, then press linen on
side. age for months..at a time. By obser-
wrong
vations and calculations extending .
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.IGHTYou \ SKI44A'/
ALL oKay
CsE=. MISTERTHAT'S Meringue falls when the oven is
the Smithsonian institution has discovered -
ouR.HERE S" A COUPLET \ SIT THE BALL too hot. If you wish to bake a mer-
LOST
the existence of seven peri- ,
DOLLARS FOR A I/ / OUT HE'S- ingue successfully, have oven less
BALL- -THE l NEW ONE- SOME/ BoVIF/ I than moderate heat. odicities-of 7, 8, 11, 21, 25, 45 and 68
CAN 1T sON month periods.-Washington Star.
KIDS .
SOCK vA/A M'T vjE CoULA ,* *
FIMD I! IT / T ? GET ACOUP
I =" Oriental poppies always grow in
ANYPLACE//
"; LA the autumn. It is, therefore, wise to
\ MORENIMI divide plants the latter part of Julyor
( I GE- PE: WHAT'S THE BEST RECIPE
I
in August'so that they may get a
LL SAY, good start before cold; weather sets FOR SUCCESSFUL HOME .
in. CANNING?.HERE IT IS...
fir, ,kI ,
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.a Don't use a stiff,brush when'wash' '{ KO: USE NOTHING BUT" U. s.
ing,,linoleum. This destroys the luster. '
ROYAL PE KO EDGE JAR RUBBERS -
I I I II i II ter.. Wash lightly' with soap and wa- THEY "SEAL FLAVOR IN '

*. ..+. TIGHT, AND THEIR TWO BIG

Label pieserving! jars with adhesive LIPS MAKE THEM EASY TO
APPLY, EASY TO REMOVE. "YI
tape and write on tape with

red ink what. each. jar contains-
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One-third whiting, one-third plas-
ter of paris (poison) and one-third

FINNEY OF THE FORCE By Ted. O'Loughlin The Payoff flour mixed with water into a smooth
: By"'e.terft Ntvipiper Union .
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paste, Is excellent for filling small

ARE' '{ AM I ? I'R.1.'COIN' cracks In plaster.
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SO-IP SHE TVllMKS! : .. *
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AwAY { THAT SHE canned for next winter's use. Addedto

IS* SADLY MISTAKEN- gelatin desserts, puddings, etc., 4=' QEoac
e they give_ a, delicious ,fiat'or.C ., ItoyALLin attce '
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Pinch off all side shoots of tomato
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plants and ren oy e some of the large
s branches that do not bear blossoms.

The flowering branches will then get y r'r e i11l
more sun and fruit more quickly.
I G 4 EDGE
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I -'oi Chintz spreads are lovely for the ,
summer cottage or to give a sum- JAR RU1BRSUNITED
mery look .to the apartment if you
are spending.,the summer at home. STATES RUBBER COMPANY
Gay little flower designs are scat- Unite States Robber Products,Inc
tered over the surface of the chintz. 1790 Brudwij,New Tort,N.Y,Room 620 '

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THE MEANTIME KER PLUNK!
I a'endert'oot"Oid you have to havea r the "First Quart" Test yourself
with State. And
Quaker remember
'j lot of practice before you could
that the oil that stands
shoot the ashes from the cigar In up
the mouth of a man standing 50 feet", ii ,, longest is giving your motor the
away, as you do In jour Wild West 1 best lubrication.Quaker State Oil
1a act? Refining Company,Oil City,Pa.
Two-Gun Bill-Practice! I should S. \\iI A
a S? 4g5S / Retail Price...35 remark. I guess I spilled a couple of
I l'as8eUI'-; =: : CUie me, Madam but dozen 'hinainen while I was learningthat .
i a on't you take- little simple trick.
Fair ONo, I thank you sir, I -- -. 4I : a t
get off at the next stop. Poor Prospect .
i Passenger: -Yes. but won't you take Business Man-Well, if It Isn't Mr.- Turtle: My, those one-piece '' 1 .
JL the trouble n keep off my feet while' John Corcoran, the man I met up In bathing suits are stylish. i4-' '-- '- t
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one rainy; night jears ago at
the Moose River Junction railway sta Crowded Out
a Sacrifice tion. Jones-Well]), how are you getting on J
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Self-denjlng I.'ather-Son, can't you Sales"-Good by, sir. in your new eight-room house?
cut down on your college expense? Business Man-Aren't you going to Smith-Oh, not so badly. We fur-
) .You know you are almost ruining the. try and sell me something? nished one of the bedrooms by collect-
family. Salesman Self-indulgent Son-Well, I might courses. Jones-Didn't you furnish the other
> possibly do without any books. seven rooms?
Dad's Comeback ,SmIth-We can't. They're full of "
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Better Now "Dad," said Bobby (who was always soap.-Telephone Topics. _

"I couldn't stand the neighborhood ; asking Q1IPstlons;,. "am I made of .
I it uas so unfashionable." lust?" Defined \\ -

: "And. could you think of no other "I filr.k! trot," replied his dad, "other- "What does paradox mean, pop?" 1 v ) -
'" way to improve It but mo\"ing2"-Struy :vlo you would diy up once In a I "T'm: not sine son, but I'd say K \\ '.
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THE CLEW1STON NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1036
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ASSUMES ( (Continued from Page 4) Lot 6 Block 359 ............ Dr. Samuel Fisher .....__......... 3.02
DAIRY TECHNOLOGIST STATION Lot 12 Block 171 ............ Lesle E. Kemp ........................ 5.06 Lot 18 Block 360 ...___._. M. W. Young ...___................._ 3.02

DUTIES WITIE. EX. Lot 14 Block 171 ............ Jennie E. Barber .................. 5.06 Lot 19 Block 360 ___._... M. W. Young ._......'.......___.._... 3.02
Lot 26 Block 171 ............ Rebecca Lutz .................-...... 5.40 Lot 37 Block 360 ............ Kathryn Ortman -..-.-......--.....- 1.49
Gainesville.Dr.. L. M. Thurston, Lot 4 Block 172 ............ Joseph W.. Smith .................... 4.U4 Lot 6 Block 361 ...__._.. .. W. H. Bryan _...____.......___........_. 3.02 .,
formerly of the University of West Lot 7 Block 172 --.........- E. C. ColeEmanuel --.....................-........ 4.04 Lot 7 Block 361 ........ .... W. H.. Bryan ......._............_00..... 3.02O.
Virginia; has assumed his new duties Lot 10 Block 172 ............, F. Selz ..................... 4.04 Lot 8 Block 361 .......:....: C. Bryan .__........._............. 3.02
as dairy technologist with the Lot 11 Block 172 ............ Mrs. J. E. ;Frederick ............ 4.38 Lot 9 Block 361 __.._....... Robert Barnaby ............___....... 3.02
Florida, Experiment Station, his appointment Lot 18 Block 172 ............ Robert Espie, Jr --..........-..... 4.04 Lot 10 Block 361 ............ Robert Barnaby ......____.....__.____ 3.70
becoming effective July Lot 21 Block 172 ..........._ F. G. Hunt ..................--.........-.. 4.04 Lot 16 Block 361 ............ '. J. C. O'Neal ..._.___...................: 3.02
1. Lot 1 Block 173 ........-... G. H. & Frances Small ..---....... G.42 Lot 11 Block 362 ........___. Rebecca Lutz ........___..........___.. 2.85
will also teach dairy Lot 2 Block 173 ...!........ D. F. Woodward ...............-.... 4.3S Lot 12 Block 362 ............ Rebecca Lutz ......_........____....... 2.8&
Dr. Thurston: University of Lot 15 Block 173 ............ Joseph "''. Smith ........_........... 4.38 Lot 20 Block 362 ..__........ Adolph Tishler ..___...........___... 3.70
manufacturing in the be- Lot 21 Block 173 _..........: L. M. Harding ........-..........---.. 5.40 Lot 21 Block 362 .......__:.. Adolph Tishler ____.................. 3.70
Florida College of Agriculture, Lot 24 Block 173.._......... C. E. Shaw ..........._..............__ 6.25 Lot 28 Block 362 _.__....;... Hattie S. Baker ___.........._...... 3.70
ginning with the fall term. Lot 3 Block 175 ............ :: J. P. Grieves ...-........................ 3.02 Lot 29 Block 362 ....____.... Hattie S. Baker .................... 3.70'N.
Before coming to Florida, he wasa Lot 4 Block 175 -........... J. P. Grieves -.............--..-.-...--.. 3.02 Lot 30 Block 362 ..........._ B. O'Kelley ..___..._.......__..... 3.70
member of the faculty: of the University Lot 6 Block 175 ........-... / Minerva D. Sharder ............. 3.02 Lot 32 Block 362 _.___....... Mrs. Rena F. Jacobi .........._. 3.70
of West Virginia. He received Lot 8 Block 175 ............ .' Joseph Walton Smith ............ 3.02 Lot 36 Block 362 ........__.. : :Mrs. V. E. Jacobs .........____..._... 5.40 r
his bachelor of science degree Lot 20 Block 175 ......... ,;', .. C. H. Berner --....................-..... 3.19 Lot 12 Block 363 .._........ :f- A. M. Coleman :._.................*... 2.68
from Michigan State and his doctor's Lot 21 Block 175 .......... .." C. H. Berner .........-..--........-....,. 4.38 ut 14 Block 363 ..........._ ',: "v"t. R. Griffiths ...___..__.......... 3.19
from the University of Min Lot 2 Block 176 ............ ,: \ J. V. Shasky .....-..--..........-..... 3.70 Lot 24 Block 363 .m_....... .i' Mrs. E. A. Schult ................ 19.00
degree Lot 3 Block 176 ............ Mrs. V. E. Jacob .................... '3.70Lot 24 Block 365 .....____.... ..'i Edward Boyer ........_............._. 2.85
nesota. Lot 4 Block 176 ............ .'. Allen E. Heyson .................... 3.70 Lot 1 Block 367 ,__..........- : Mrs. E. A. Schult ........._.__....... 42.80
Lot 6 Block 176 ............ .... J. Clinton Moorman ................ 3.70 Lot 2 Block 367 ........_.. ;' Mrs. E. A. Schult ..__.____........... 24.10
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR Lot 8 Block 176 ..._....... "; 'Victor J. Robins, Sr. ............ 3.70 Lot 3 Block' 367 ........___. :N Mrs. E. A. Schult .............._..... 13.90
CONGRESSMAN Lot 10 Block 176 ...........: Mrs. E. A. Schult ....-............... 3.70 Lot 4 Block 367't::: Mrs. E. A. Schult ....._..........._._ 13.90
ot 11 Block 176 ............ Mrs. E. A. Schult".................... 3.70 Lot 5 Block 367 ............ '. : John O. Stendall ._.................. 2.34O.
Lot 12 Block 176 ..........._ ;:', Mrs. 'E. A. Schult .................... 3.70 Lot 9 Block 367 ______...... ''. :' M. Benson ..._.._..........____... 2.34
Lot 13 Block 176 ............' :Mary S. Cooper ...................... 3.70 Lot 10 Block 367 ........____ !, Emil Hunsbourg _...___._._..._..... 2.68
Lot 14 Block 176 ............ : Lucille A. Lewis ...........-........ 3.70 Lot 11 Block 367 .._......... .'; '. Robert .B. Martin ___.........____.... 2.68E.
Lot 16 Block 176 ............ '5, Ella 'M. Johnson .................... 3.70 Lot 13, Block 367 ............ : ':. '!< W. Hathaway ...........___.._... 2.68
Lot 20 Block 176 ............ ... Dora Gimple '....__.............._..... 3.70 Lot 15 Block 367 _........... :'.: Mrs E. A. Schult .........._.._..____ 53.00
Lot 21 Block 176 ............ '.- Gustave C. Voss ........-.......... 3.70 Lot 16 Block 367 .___.._.._.. ':*.;; Mrs. E. A. Schult ....._____......___. 53.00
Lot 22 Block 176 ............. .' Ruth R. Beai'dsley ................ 3.70 Lot 17 Block 367 .._........_ ,. Milam A. Farah ._.._...___...____.'. 2.68
Lot 23 Block 176 ............ D. J. 'Johnson ..................._.... 3.70 Lot 20 Block 367 ..__........ } ...'X'. Frank E. Miller ......__.___........ 2.6S:
4 II Lot 24 Block 176 ............ > :.: A. V. Bristow _....................... 4.55 Lot 11 Block 368 ......... .. '-,,.. 1.: : Esther Warren __..._.................. 3.36.;
Lot 26 Block 176 ._........... ." : S. M. Paulson .....-.................. 3.70 Lot 13 Block 369 ......._. ::; ,,' Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn ........_..3.70
'. Lot 28 Block 176 ............ -.f: /, ." E. Hathaway _...........__...... 3.19 Lot 14 Block 369 .....00....:: ,. -i: ,:'.;' Mrs. Charlotte E. Darn ''.''.'...3.70
K Lot 32 Block 176 ............ Frank H. Roach .........._......_.. 3.19 Lot 15 Block 369 ............ ;.:*, Mrs. Charlotte E. Dora ........___3.70 ;
pia Lot 36 Block 176 ...._....... '. Ruth R. Beardsley: ................ 3.70 Lot 16 Block 369 ........__.: :' Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn _...___.._.3.70 ,
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Lot 6 Block 195 ............ Walter Jussell __..........._........... 3.70 Lot 17 Block 369 ___......... ';:-; Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn ..__.....__3.70
Lot 10 Block 195 _........... :',' Janet J. Stockbridge, ........-... 3.70 Lot 24 Block 369 ...___...m' r: .. L. M. Harding ...._........._.___..... 3.70
,; a .t / Lot 23 Block 195 ............ "- Chas. W. Keenan .................... 4.55 J Lot 25 Block 369 .........-... 'I., ::. '. Guy Pearl __.....:...._......___.......... 3:70:
Lot 24 Block 195 .............. -.0: J. W. Ezelle .......................... 4.04 Lot 26 Block 369 .......-..... ;':,:. ; L. M. Harding ......__...........__... 3.70
Lot 4 Block 196 ............ Thomas B. Hall _................... 3.70 Lot 34 Block 369 __._...._... '. ,.,,. Elmer G. Case ___................___.. 3.70
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x Lot 5 Block 196 ........__.. N '.'- Blanche Dean _.........._............ 3.70 Lot 35 Block 369 ............ w.. Elmer G. Case .....___...____.._..____ 3.70
Lot 6 Block 196 ........__... : Maurice E. Vaslow ..............:. 3.70. Lot 14 Block 370 ............ .' ..': ;r.; J. C. Vickery ................__......... 3.19
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Lot 7 Block 196 ............ Ella A. Hugent ...._........__......... 3.70 Lot 15 Block 370 ......._.... .:'> I,; : J. C. Vickery __....................___. 2.85
Lot 8 Block, 196 ............ I Ella A., Hugent ...................:.... 4.55 Lot 18 Block 370 ............ ;'.>. Bertha A. Taylor .................... 2.85
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1 Lot'' 18 Block 196 ............ '. Mrs. Mary G. Smith ____............ 4.55 Lot 38 Block 370 ....__...... ., Ethyl I. Button .__................. 3.70,
a Lot 19 Block 196 .....__..... Mrs 'Mary G: Smith ...............; 4.04 Lot 1 Block 371 .____....... ::(r : Mrs. T. B. Lord _____._..........._. 2.85
Lot '4 Block 201 ............ Claflin Garst ........................._ 3.70 Lot 15 Block 372 ............ ':::' Cornelius Bodine .._.........____... 2.34H.
Lot-,5 Block 201 ............ ; S. C. Beraner ........__................ 3.70 Lot 2 Block 374 .m__.....' ';" F. Conway ____.._...?........___. 2.00
BURNS L. HAMMER Lot 6 Block 201 ............ E. J. Malone .......................... 3.70 Lot 4 Block 374 '....__...... ; : '; '.. ,Mrs. Mary Ellen Neu ....._...... 2.00
Lot 7 Block 201 ............ H. R. Hopkinson .................... 3.70 Lot 5 Block 374 _........_.. ,, '" Mrs. Mary Ellen Neu ............ 2.00
Lot 9 Block 201 ............ '. .. W. E. Votava _.........;..........__. 3.70 Lot 6 Block 374 ..___....... :'',. Mrs. :Mary Elton Neu ............ 2.00
_ REPUBLICANS NOMINATE:: TAMPA Lot 11 Block 201 ............ M. B. Rothrock ,...................._- 3.70 Lot 7 Block 374 .__......... ;./' ." Mrs. Mary Ellen Neu ._..._...... 2.00
MAN FOR CONGRESSMAN Lot 20 Block 201 .........::. ....-. Mrs L. K. Muir ........._.......... 3.70 Lot 10 Block 377 .___n_"' '' S. Mrs Frank e. Deacon ............ 2.68
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--- Lot 34 Block 201 .........:.. .:, M. Koenigsburg .....___...........__. 3.02 Lot 15 Block 377 _........... ''1' :: R. A. Lilley _...._..00..000......... 3.36G.
Tampa, July 1 (FNS) ..-Bulks. L. Lot 36 Block 201 ._.......... S. C. Beranek ............._.._...__.. 4.55 Lot 31 Block 377 ............ ,? .. C. Voss __.........._....._...__........ 2.00
Hamner, Tampa developerand Lot 1 Block 202 ._.......... '- George Heinz ........................ 4.55 Lot 32 Block 377 ........... '.*".' Mrs. Mary E. Moon _........._....2.00
pioneer Lot 4 Block 202 ............ Walter F. Carrie _.................._ 3.02 Lot 33 Block 377 ._.......... ::):.; \ Mrs. Mary E. Moon. : ,_..........._..2.00
business notified todayof .
man was Lot 5 Block 202 ............ Walter F. Carrie __..._.............. 3.02 Lot 34 Block 377 ....__._...! .' .:/" ;. A. V. Bristow ...._._.............._._ 2.00
his nomination' as representative Lot 10 Block 202 ............ ," Florence O'Meara ......___......... 3.70 Lot 17 Block 378 ___....... -, ,\. Agnes Bttiner ..........._......__.._ 7.10
to congress from the first congress- Lot 11 Block 202 ...._........ ':. ., :Mrs. Frank C. Deacon .__.__...... 3.70 Lot 18 Block 378 ___.__...... :;'. C :Mary Hayes Davis: m_........... 27.50W.
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ional district by Henry H. Cole, Lot 12 Block 202 _........... :Mrs. Frank C. Deacon __.......... 3.70 Lot 19 Block 378 ............ ,":;,<" R. Hay ._............................_ :27.50
chairman of the Republican Con- Lot 13 Block 202........ '.,.- James J.. Carroll _:.................. 3.70 Lot 2 Block 381 .._____...,. '.< Lillian Horlitz: _.._.....,-............ 2.00
gressional committee from this dis Lot 14 Block 202 ......_..... Margie Conway ..............__...,.. 3.70 Lot 4 Block 381 ............ ..'' : Otto H. Schuler "'.__000"""'.'''_ 2.34S.
trict. :Mr.' Hamner will oppose the Lot 1 Block 203, ............ A. Reinert _.___......................... 7.10 Lot 5 Block 381 .....___.... ,./ M. Paulson ...........................2.34
democratic nominee, J. Hardin Pet- I Lot 2 Block 203 ............ J. 1;. Grieves ....................._.. 4.55 Lot 10 Block 383 ...........: :.:," Mrs. Dora Gimpel _................... 2.00
I. Lot 3 Block 203 ............ Dora Gimpel ...__....._................. 4.55 Lot 11 Block 383 ............ -'. ': C. E. Stedman ...................:.... 2.00
erson of Lakeland in the general election -
Lot 4 Block 203 ............ & <:. B. A. Doerk _........................... 4.55 Lot 22 Block 383 ............ .: t...... D. R. McEachron "000000'__"'.''':'. 2.17
next November.A .
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Lot 6 Block 203 ............ ;':'_':,.' Mrs. Emily Rickmeyer ............ 4.55 Lot 23 Block 383 ...........__::. .#.' oj. D. R. McEachron .............._...... 2.17
-native of Kansas City, Mo., Mr. Lot ;i Block 203 _......._... ';;. F. W. Iverson ..._.................... 4.04 Lot 24 Block 383 .....-...--. ;'.Y?' Harvel ................--........ 2.68 .
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Hamner came to Tampa in 1911 to Lot 12 Block 203 ............ : :\ Helen S. Sadtler ..................._ 4.04 Lot 13' Block: 385 :...:__....: -":""* ,'..,."' O. Holdsworth &
develop grove properties. He becameone Lot 17 Block 203 _....... Crumble Davis .....__.._.............. 4.89 : "."-,.' '. Robert J. Olsen ..._...._m_... 74.0
of the largest grove owners in Lot '18 Block 203 _........... "<. Julia Sharkey ............__._........ 4.04 Lot 14 Block 385 .......... >':.1:.} Mrs. L. O. ,Holdsworth &
the state, .explanding his agricultural I Lot 19 Block 203 ............ -. ) Mary. King :_........................... 4.04 ... W:<:' Robert J. Olsen "000"'''''.''. 7.40
Lot 20 Block 203 ............ _.' \ Ella Kane ...._........................... 4.04 Lot 15 Block 385 _...;..:..... ,- :;.,. :: Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &
operations to include poultry dairy : .
Lot 22 Block 2-03 ............ :.'<" Laura A. Logan .....__...._........ 4.04 ;. ; Robert J. Olsen ..._............ 7.40
and truck farming. In 1913 he or- Lot 26 Block 203 _........... :':.' Joseph W. Smith ..m............... 4.04 Lot 16 Block 385 ............ /.'. ': Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &
ganized the Growers and Shippers Lot 1 Block 204 ............ '; Emily Rickmeyer ..............!..... 0>.70 Robert J. Olsen .._............. 7.40
league and aided in the formation of Lot 2 Block 204 ..:......... ,;-: Emily Rickmeyer m"",,,'''''''___ 3.02; Lot 17 Block 385 ....._..;.. '!- Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &
the Florida First Committee, which Lot 3 Block 204 ............ ". ., Mrs. Grace E. Coffee ........_..... 3.02 .;+": ,s;: Robert J. Olsen _"'000"000"'. 21.00
gave the state its first nation-wide Lot 4 Block 204 ............ :Mrs.: H. A. Rosenthal __.......... 3.70 Lots 1 & 2 Block 389 .... "..:-{. C. E. Miner 000__......_?......._...... 12.20
advertising program. The next year Lot 5 Block 204 ............ .. I'. C. A. Pretzal __.......................... 3.70 Lot 2 Block 396 ........__.. ....-,:'. -,; ':'.". Jessie L. Kuderling .___m.._..... 1.66
Mr. Hamner took over the advertis- Lot 8 Block 204 ............ ..' Anna E. Anderson _.__.__......... 5.40 Lot 15 Block 403 .....--.---: :,r; :- W. E. Chenet ..____....__....__...... 2.00
Lot 11 Block 204 ............ ;, Miss Bessie Reardon. ..........._ 3.70 Lot 11 Block 405 ............ .,,,. K. B; Watkins _:_..:....__............ 3.70
ing managership of "The FloridaGrower' : "
Lot 13 Block 204 ............ Edwin G. Boon .......m..m....__.. 3.70 Lot 4 Block 411 ............ :: :i< L. E. Ecklund .._:..................._ 2.34
; transforming it from a local Lot 2 Block 207 ............ .. Lillian H. Wright _................... 3.36'Lot 5 Block 411, ......___... -.>?' A._ G. Farnquist .m..m.m._ 2.34
publication to a magazine with Lot 3 Block 207 ............ Charles W. Wright'' ................ 3.36 Lot 6 Block 411 ....___.__.. ....."_ L. L. Lynn ._.............._..._....... 2.34 .
national standing. Lot 4 Block 207 ............. .l' Mrs. Minnie J. Stance _........... 3.36 Lot 24 Block 411 '___00"_'" ": '\: Georgia G. Kuhlman .............. 2.00
During his administration as, Secretary Lot 6 Block 207 ............ .. Helen M. Hathaway............... 3.36 Lot 1 Block 412 ----....---- -.1 Clewiston Laundry Co. ......_... 42.80
.. of the Tampa Board of Trade, Lot 7 Bfock 207 ............ .: George M. Garber .................. 3.36 Lot 4 Block 412 -....______.. '. -'' Joseph W. Smith ............._...... 2.00
the organization gained its first real Lot 11 Block 207 ............ A. B. Farnquist .....:..........._. 3.36 Lot 11 Block 412 ..____..... : ; ': ":.'. A. J. Wilders ........_.......__......._ 2.00A.
'of Lot 13 Block 207 ...........:. ,\! Francis D. Nixeman, Trustee 3.70 Lot 12 Block 412 ............ ':"; J. Wilders ..000000..000. 2.00
strength membership and saw the Lot 19 Block 207 ............ .' .'-',{, Amelia M. Hall ......__....__...._..... 3.02 Lots 15, 16, Block 412 .... :::.:<,' J. B. Siegler ........................ 22.40W.
birth of the Florida Fair association. Lot 20 Block 207 ........'.... :\; James F. Carroll ........:........... 3.02: Lot 21 Block 412 ......__.... :; G. Ames ...._.._..__..._............ 3.70
Later, his activities resulted in fur- Lot 22 Block 207 ............ ::" '. Marie Pavlik .......................... 3.02 Lots 26, 27, Block 412 .... '..<:,;. Mabel Francis ......._..___....__..... 3.70
ther agricultural development of Lot 23 Block 207 ............ Marie Pavlik .._......__............... 4.38 Lots 1, 2, Block 414 00""" ..f Wells-Royal Lumber Co. _..___._ 30.90
Florida through issue of booklets Lot 1 Block 208 t.........:. 'r R. H. Isaacs ..__........................ 4.38 Lot 40 Block 415 ......_..... '5 L. M. Harding .000.........:......_... 2.34
promoting colonization of the state Lot 2 Block 208 ............ R. H. Isaacs ............................ 3.02 Lot 21 Block 417 ....__...... '..J ." Ida L. Curtis ...........__.._.....__..... 3.02
and greater exploitation of its agricultural Lot 3 Block 208 ........_... W. A. Isaacs .......................... .30 Lot 22 Block 417 ___......... ;: f-. Ida L. Curtis m..m_.... 3.02
possibilities. Lot 4 Block 208 ............ 1 ,. W.. A. Isaacs ...._..................... .30 Lots 8, 9, Block 418 .... ; :#': F. J. Laird ........_........._......... 3.36
Lot 5 Block 208 L.......... W. P. Didlake ........................ .30 Lot 19 Block 422 ............ '. .:;: Hollis Lanier .............__........... 3.02
Wartime activities of the developer Lot 6 Block 208 ............ .:..' W. P. Didlake ........................ 2.34 Lot 20 Block 422 ____..___... .>.". Hollis Lanier ............__....._...._. 3.02
brought shipbuilding contracts to Lot 7 Block 208 ........... : Lawson Payne ........................ 2.34 Lot 21 Block 422 ........._.., Hollis Lanier .............._.._........ 3.02
Tampa, supplied castor oil for lubri- Lot 8 Block 208 ............ ::" M. Huie _......._.._..................___. 2.34 Lot 22 Block 422 .:...._......* Hollis! Lanier .............-............ 3.02'\
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cation of airplanes. and imported Lot 9 Block 208 ............ J. W. Huie _..................__....... 2.34 Lot 23 Block 422 ___......... ( ':. ,. Hollis Lanier ............._............ 3.02
Chilian nitrates. The end of the war Lot 10 Block 208 ............ ,':, J. W. Huie ............................ 2.34 Lot 24 Block 422 ............r' .., :- Hollis Lanier ....___............_...... 3.02
found Mr. Hamner active again in Lot 11 Block 208 ............ ., John C. McCoy..................... 2.34 Lot 27 Block 422......_...... .. ;- 'Elmer G. Case _....................__. 3.02
the interests of Florida its real Lot 24 Block 208 ............ H. F. Bycroft ..................:..... 3.02 Lot 28 Block 422 ............ '::.i; Elmer G. Case _....................... 3.70
and Lot 25 Block 208 ............ Emma Willard ..__..............._.... 3.02 Lot 1 Block 423 ......---... .:'; '; ...\ Adolph Tishler ""'.,'........._....... 3.70
estate development, including two ofFlorida's Lot 26 Block 208 ............ Emma Willard ...........__..___...... 3.02 Lot 23 Block 423 ..---....... 'X,- Frank A. Cleland ..............._.... 3.02
most famed projects, Davis Lot 28 Block 208 _........... Miss Caroline Pajlik ...::...._...._ 3.02 Lot 24 Block 423 ............ '.- Frank A. Cleland ..................: 3.02
Islands and Temple Terrace Lot 29 Block 208 ............ :Miss Caroline Pajlik ...._......... 3.02 Lot 25 Block 423 ..___... :: I Bert Powell _..._m.m........... 3.02
It has been ascertained that Mr. Lot 27 Block 354 .......__. Mrs. Y. S. Sadler .....__............. 3.02 Lot 26 Block 423 ........ .: :!.'(. Bert Powell ...__....................... 3.02H.
Hamner's activity has brought $18- Lot 28 Block 354 ........_... Mrs. H. S. Sadler .................... 3.02 Lot 27 Block 423 ......../... ...':. :.,...' R. Hopkinson ......__....._..._.. 3.02
; 000,000 outside capital into the de- Lot 29 Block 354 ............ Alice Grothrock ........:............. 3.02 Lot 28 Block 423 ............ (. Elmer G. Case ...............__....... 3.02
'j, velopment of Florida. Lot 30 Block 354 ............ Mrs. H. S. Sadler .................... 3.02 Lot 29 Block 423 ............ :*? / Elmer G. Case ....___...__............ 3.02
r' And though Lot 31 Block 354 ......__...: Mrs. H. S. Sadler ..........._.....__. 3.02 Lot 44 Block 423 ............ '. *'$ Mrs. A. M. Jones ..._....'............ 3.70
always active in civic, state, and fra- Lot 33 Block 354 ..........._ J. K. Baker ............................ 44.50 Lot 35 Block 446 .....-.:....- .:.'.:'*.. L' Jordan Eilers _.....'..._...._......... 3.70
:. ternal work for state betterment, he Lot 1 Block 355 .:......_... John S. Banks ........................ 3.02 Dot 36 Block 446'Y' *; Jordan Eilers ........................._ 4.55
: ". has never before sought or held a Lot 17 Block 355 ............. Mary A. Cronin ..__............__.. 2.68 Lot 13 Block 448 ........--.. :/*.: Mamie H. Blacksmith ............ 2.85
1;:;, political job.Announcing. Lot 22 Block 355 ............ I J. Woodyard Sutpnan m..m 3.02 Lot 10 Block 453 '00___"."" ,'.'. : .. Lilyan S. Cook ..........__............ 3.70
Ifi-:_: his candidacy Mr Lot 23 Block 355 ............ Olaf Olsen ................................ 3.02 Lot 11 Block 453 ......00..._ k Hamner said: "As a nominee for Lot 28 Block 355 ...._....... Mrs. H. J. Warner ................ 3.02 Lot 12 Block 453 ....__:..... ';:';: Lilyan S. Cook ........................ 3.70
s S ; congress. I shall pot ask publicly or Lot 44 Block 355 ........... Mary Zimmerman ...............__. 2.68 Lot 13 Block 453 ---......... \ ; Lilyan S.' Cook ........................ 3.70
,, privately individual Lot 25 Block 356 ............ \ H. Burk ...__..........................__. 3.02 Lot' 14 Block 453 .......__... ::..:. Lilyan S. Cook ......__................ 3.70
&<. vote for any What or group to Lot 26 Block 356 ............ H. BurkJulia .____............................. 3.02 Lot 15 ,Block 453 "00_"'_'". c.:<. Lilyan S. Cook .........__......_..._.. 3.70H.
me. I stand for will Lot 28 Block 356 ..........;; L. Sharkey .................... 3.02 Lot 33 Block 453 .........___ : : L. Gramstadt .......___........._ 3.70
r. be unequivocally .stated and well understood Lot 39 Block 356 ___.._..... Elmer G. Case ....................__.. 3.02 Lot 9 Block 195 ......_..... "\, Robert Espie, Jr" ...._............... 2.34
rt", ; and if the voters feel that Lot 40 Block 356 u:......... Elmer G. Case .___...................: 3.02 Lot 10 Block 495 __.......... s?". Mrs.3T. L. Portteus _........... 2.34
these things will best serve him, his Lot 41 Block 356 ......:...._ I Elmer G. Case ....................____ 3.02 Lot 12 Block 495 ............ .. Henry state, and primarily the nation, then Lot 9 Block 357 ............ Alice A. Menge: ..._...._.............._ 3.02 Lot 13 Block 495 ...---...... Henry C Annie Payette ........ 3.02
1\=' his conscience and prudence will dictate Lot 22 Block 357 ..........._ Helen S. Sadler .....___............ 4.55 Lot 14 Block 495 ......-.t, > Claude L. Becket _.....__............ .. 3.02
...- his cho ce." Lot 3 Block 358 ..........:. O. H. Schuler ......._................ 3.02 Lot 15 Block 495 ....__...... ?; Annie L. Marshall ................ 3.02
.. F Lot 4 Block 358 ........:... Marjorie L. Durgin ................ 3.02 Lot 16 Block 495 --.._....... ; Tillie Pavlik ..,..........___.......... 2.34
;' Lot 5 Block 358 .........:.. David R. Larsen .................... 3.02 Lot 9 Block 498 .....---.... Mary C. Sims ...._.........:......_.. 2.00G.
Lot 15 Block 358 ..........._ Mrs. E. A. Schult ................ 7.10 Lot 10 Block 498 .__........_ "W. Fuquay .m.......__........... 2.00
''r NORGE REFRIGERATORS Lot 16 Block 358 ............ Mr3. E. A. Schult ................ 7.10 Lot 12 Block 198 .......__.... Mrs. Marjorie Con\\ay: ............. 2.00
Fun Lot 17 Block 358 ..........__ l\I 1"S. E. A. Schult ..............___... 17.30 Lot 14 Block 498 ..:......... Mrs. Marjorie Conway .....__..... 2.00
ture and Ho. Furnishings Lot 21 Block 358............ Anna J. Kuhlman ____.........__. 3.70 I Lot 15 Block: 498 .....--..... Edith Taylor ....____................._ 2.00
=k | PHILCO RADIOS Lot 22 Block 358 ...-....:.... Anna 'J. Kuhlman ................ 3.87 Lots 24, 25, Block 80 -... Thomas G. Darnell ......._......._ 2.68
Lot 23 Block 358 _........... L. M. Harding ............_........... 4.55 Lot 7 Block 505 ---......... Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth _""_"'.000 1.15
Household FurnishingsInc. Lot 25 Block 358 ........_?.. Edith A. Becker ::..........__...... 3.70 Lot 14 Block: 505 ...--....... Mrs E. C. Norton Dawson .... 1.15
Lot 29 Block 358 ............ Marjorie L. Durgin ..__.....___.__. 3.70 Emery Fluckinger & Marie
Lot 41 Block 358 ..........;. Henry J. Stephens ...........___.. 3.02 Lot 7 Block 544 ............ Remdels-Bacher .................. 1.4'5
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Lot 42 Block 358 .......;.... Henry J. Stephens .._............. 3.02 I Lot 4 Block 550. .....1........ W. T. Fikli ................-........... 1.15
BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA, Lot 43 Bloch 35.8. .........:.. Hilda Toenberg ...:.................. 3.02' Fruit Growers B xpress ........ 1.32





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