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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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10, XU lnEn 27 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1936 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR

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CHAIN OF EVIDENCEIS Early Start Seen I I I I LAWRENCE TELLS Clewiston Co. Continues'SUGAR INDUSTRY OF


On Revetment Work' Drainage Work Here'w.

STRONG AGAINST CLUB OF RECENTVACATION I'GLADES IS BOOMEDBY


With the arrival of several engi- C. Owen, in charge of the I

LOWE FOR MURDER neers from the Cross-State canal pro- TRIP drainage work now underway in the CONGJPETERSON '

ject and several pieces of machinery Clewiston townsite for the Clewiston

things look favorable for an ear- -- Company, stated this week that the

J. C. Lowe, of Gardner, who was ly start on the, revetment work on President A. W. Lawrence of the work was progressing rapidly and I Terming the Everglades "the po-

arrested last week and charged with the levee along the East Shore of the local Kiwanis Club stepped out of his would continue until all of the ditches ,-.I tential sugar" bowl and garden of "

lake by the ,U. .S. Engineers.The usual role as presiding officer 'at the south of Highway 25 which served the world, Rep. J. Hardin Peter-
the murder of E. D. Adkinson, Clew- the business district would be cleaned -\ son told congress recently in a state-
to
government tug, "Margaret", regular meeting Wednesday night
iston machinist ,employed by the U. tell his fellow Kitvanians of his recent out before the work was halted. ment that the people of Florida de-
arrived the first, of the week from I manded an end to restrictions on
S. Sugar Corporation, remains in vacation trip during which he This, will include the ditches running
Jacksonville and the "Fulton" Is already continental United States '
sugar pro-
north and south as well as those
jail in Wauchula while officers of visited the Pacific coast, driving approximately ,
on the job. The governmentdrill 8,800 miles on the trip. running east and west in which work duction.
Hardee and Hendry county piece together -
barge, the DB1 was at Lock 2 : Art stated, that little timewas is now being done. v Looking toward the framing of ; .
bits of evidence which while
North of the highway the ditchesare new sugar control legislation by the
still circumstantial Monday and was expected in the I spent sight-seeing on the trip from
largely point '
all shallow ones and are being next congress, Peterson criticized
more to Lowe as the murderer.Adkinson's Lake Tuesday. Other equipment is Clewiston to Wilmont, Minn, as he I
cleaned out by a crew of laborers by 1 the present, quota system by which
had been called there by the serious
body was found in arriving almost daily and work will hand. Cleaning of these ditches will Cuba, the Philippines, Hawaii and
illness of his mother. Leaving Clew- '" '
Charlie last ;
Creek Gardner late
near be started as soon as possible in or- facilitate more rapid handling of Puerto Rico supply approximately' ,
afternoon. On afternoon iston on Sunday they spent the nightat
Thursday Tuesday flood waters caused heavy rains. three-fourths of the nation's annual ,
by
der that the work may be finished,
Lowe the sher- Lake Butler, the second night in
appeared at It is planned for work to begin requirements. ;
iff's office in Wauchula and stated in the worst spots at least, before Chattanooga, the third a short dis- i
next month on a lateral ditch in Sec- "We have beggared our own people ,
tance out of St. Louis and
arriving
Kat) he had Adkinson's car and feared the arrival of the hurricane' season. '
tion 14 east of the Industrial canal ;
through granting to these free
there early the next morning they
that he had gotten into trouble. J. F. McLure, Jr., who will have connecting with the new pumpingunit '
access to our markets, on a prefer-
visited the Lindbergh museum which
the of the
Following finding body
charge of the field work on the pro- hours which was installed several ential basis," he said.
and the he stated was well worth a few ,
preliminary investigation
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has established field office months This ditch will makeit
suspicion fastened strongly ject a of anyone"s time to visit. Gifts from ago. Quoting tariff commission 'figures,
so on at Canal Point, it is reported, and'will I I possible for this pump to protect
Lowe that he was immediately plac- every part of the world, he said, are Peterson said that in the eight years'from
be assisted by Grover Poole in this section of land from flood water -
'ed under arrest by Sheriff C. S. Di- I displayed there, having been sent to 1925 to 1932 the United States '

shong. the superyisory work. This project, Col. Lindbergh following his historic !. had an unfavorable balance of trade ,j
as well as the other construction pro- Among other work being done by :
Lowe, who had been in Clewiston trans-At antic flight, one of the most totaling' $1,163,000,000 with Cuba,
jects on the river and lake with the i the Clewiston Company at this timeis :;j
only a short time, presumably look- interesting of which is a tiny plane the Philippines, Hawaii and Puerto ;j
exception of the concrete structures, the re-roofing of the ClewistonInn. :
ing for work, had been without mon- cut"from a single diamond. Rico, and added: :
will be under the supervision of H. A 'type of rubberoid'roofing :'
,
during his here, borrowing They arrived in Wilmont "Just imagine the amount of em-
ey stay O. Peters, associate engineer from on shingle is being used and work <1
money from friends to buy cigar- Thursday evening and spent twelve_ ployment the expenditure of that'
the Clewiston sub-office. should be completed net week.
,
ettes. When he appeared in Wau days there with his mother. While sum would, have created if it had :

chula he had plenty of spending there 'he visited a Kiwanis inter-club been spent here instead of else- :
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1 money. Adkinson was known to have I meeting at Brookings, S. Dak., wherehe where." '

I received between a hundred and two" WORK ON PARK was presented with a necktie as HARLEM SCHOOL Asserting that "the American ,!}

hundred dollars a few days before I attendance prize, while Mrs. Law- market for American producers is

his murder. rence's cousin, Miss Virginia Saxonof the only fair, just and reasonable ryl

Officers are now attempting to establish TO START SOONH. Moore Haven who accompanied NEARLY COMPLETEThe basis for consideration of any sugar! :;

the scene, of the crime and __ ,I them on the trip, was presented witha legislation," Peterson demanded "':-j

this is thought to be the reason for beautiful bunch of ladies' whether congress will favor offshore J :::1
S. Gove, of ,Belle Glade, supervisor I roses as Harlem colored school built .?i
several trips to, Clewiston. The two prize. He also told of visiting another areas or continental producers.
of WPA projects for the Lake with WtPA funds and sponsor's do- ,\q
had been to Fred Whidden's on the club in Worthington where the The higher standards of living in '

night of the Fourth of July and had area called, on M. E. VonMach and. club is sponsoring_ eight boys' base- nations, Is practically completed and Florida, he said,'"prove that increased ;

left some friends there: stating D. G. Alston, members of the county ball teams. when the painting, now underway, continental production of our sugar ,,'1

they would return for them. They"I planning board here Thursday and With his mother's improvement in. is completed, grounds graded and requirement will result in in- ;,:

never returned and officers made arrangements for the orderingof health they left on the 16th of June I shrubbery' and trees planted it will I creased employment in many varied 'J
,
;' clined to think that the murder may materials to be used in the construction for the remainder of their which be ready for the use of the colored lines of industry." ,;

have been committed between there I of Clewiston's recreation took them trip I students of this' section during the "Cuba, through the gratuitous as- : {
the
through bad lands of
'
d Clewiston Lowe and i next school term. sistance of our governmental depart- :,:),
; driving with park as soon as these materials South Dakota, to Rapid City where i :
vjb almost to his arrive The of the the ments, has learned to become more "r:
body destination work, is expected to, begin. they visited the bowl where the recent -i sponsors project are -' '
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before disposing of it. The man apparently This project, with the Harlem stratosphere ,flight was held, Hendry County school board and the and more self-sufficient:" said Mr.. ::*'

had been shot with his own United States Sugar Corporation, f Peterson. The Philippines are increasing -
I school project, was ,approved, several the Big Horn mountains where Mrs. .. -
gun but no trace of the gun has ash 11 months ago by the WPA and by the Lawrence and Miss Saxon saw their ,I the latter company having* donatedthe : their purchases from Japan ,,{

been found. land, 150 150 for the :i at the of our factories. The ''
:yet county planning board. As the Har- first snow and then into Yellowstone a plot by expense ','

Lowe continues' to protest his innocence lem school was considered of most, National Park. Here they hit the i school building and grounds. It is I',' Puerto Ricans demand free and un- ,r

and sticks to a story of oth- importance at the time work a two room structure, well ventilated limited access to our markets to dis-
was high spots, visiting only the points' -'
ers being with them on their trip started on it first. That project is ,of greatest interest and making the I and designed'to care for at least pose of products produced by the

from Clewiston to Wauchula and 125 pupils. The building is approx- lowest compensated labor." ,
now: virtually completed 'and work tour in one day. From here they "
Fort 'Meade.School imately 60 feet in length and '25 Peterson termed the 4,000,000acre /
will be started on the playground at went to Salt Lake City where they : ;
feet in width. It faces north and is Everglades "probably one of the :
once. visited the great Mormon tabernacleand
,
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Board MeetsIn About worth of materialhas near the camp entrance. greatest undeveloped natural resources F
$1,500 other places of interest before :

been ordered and when this is continuing on to Las Vegas, New II Two new teachers will probablybe in the United States. Re- ._,'

LaBelle TomorrowA received and the labor drawn from Mexico where they stopped to take hired by the county board toserve : calling that sugar production is recent ', Itl'

the Harlem project the work is expected a side trip to Boulder Dam. I here next term as the two only 769 tons being produced -

to proceed rapidly.At Their next stop was Pasadena and teachers used last :year failed to take in the 1928-29 season, he added: \ .
special meeting of the Hendry I "By 1932-33, despite hurricanes, '
the next meeting of the coun- there and in Los Angeles they vis- the examinations as provided by
county school board will be held in cloudbursts, the lowest price at r"J
ty planning board it is planned to ited relatives who took them to all law. The principal, M. A. Thomas,
LaBelle tomorrow for the purpose of sold on the New ;
set up a project for a school librarian the places ,of interest including a will probably be returned. A bus which sugar ever
approving or revising the budgetsas and the worst de- .,
exchange,
I York ;
for the Clewiston and LaBel'e! trip to Hollywood. From here they service is planned between the Har-I
prepared by the trustees in the : pression in the history of the countrythe !,<
schools. This librarian will seiveduring drove to San Diego to the Exposition, lem school and Bear Beach but has ':
various districts. I had increased to ; .,
the entire school tem and the most important exhibit apparently -I not been definitely decided upon as production '
Other business is also expected to.I 35,908 tons, and today this area together ,)
the salary about dollars yet.
forty
pec
to Art
being the nudist colony
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before the board
the
come including : with another sugar-producing :
month, will be paid by the govern-I which '
he visited. His description of ,
election of principal for the Felda Fells-'
a in the state centering at ;
area ,
I ment, there being no sponsor's' donation -J this led I
=school.:; Recommendations of the many to believe that it would Supreme Court Hears 1 mere are restricted, together with ;
necessary. The only requirement not have been difficult to have arranged ,
old'J'J'Jest
Clewiston trustees are also expectedto I the entire state of Louisiana, the
be approved for the hiring of is that the applicant mu!t bea a Kiwanis tour from Arguments woman whose name appears on ton to San Diego. ClewiS-I I .I
Leaving
J Matthew Morrison, of St. Petersburg I 'quota for both states of the insignificant .
the relief rolls.Bowden _
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position to return to their
science instructor and athleticAJch :1
as figure of 260,000 tons, or a ..
II / for the coming term in the Purchases they became lost and took a road I Supreme court of Florida list- paltry 4% of the nation's sugar re- : :j

I Clewiston school. which led them to Tia Juana, Mexico, "
ened yesterday to attorneys argue quirements. '
where they stayed about hour. :':
an :
Mr. Morrison comes well recom- Okeechobee News Production costs of Everglades
both sides of the question of whether '
They left late the next day and stay- "
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mended both -. said to favorably
as a coach and as a sugar was compare
ed in Yuma, Ariz., that night, con- or not state funds may be used \'.
Ito ,
offshore areas
of the
teacher, having had considerable ex- with those
The name of William Griffis, who tinuing on through El Paso where hold a special primary on August addition said he be-
in
perience in teaching mathematicsand and Peterson
for twelve years has published the they visited the Dallas 11 for the nomination of two United ::1
science and holds a B. S. degree ceutennial'j I Jeved[ that "sisal, manila and casava
Okeechobee News, was replaced last I This they said was so States senators to fill the positionsleft heretofore "
from Florida. not -
the University of He and many other crops :ti
week on the masthead of that publication what had been seen at San Diego vacant by the death of both this ;
in
is well qualified to coach baseball, I grown, may be grown '
by that of Keathley Bowden that they did not stay long. From Florida ,senators in the course of 't. the delta of the
basketball, football, swimming, area, richer than -
who took over the management of Dallas they drove to Tulsa where few weeks. After listening to the i "
handball and diamond ball. He is Nile.
the paper on July 1. This brings, the they spent the week-end with : arguments through the day they
six feet tall and weighs 180 pounds
,
I number of newspapers now under friends, returning home by the way! took the case under advisement and Lands '
which should at least give him the John Elmore
j the control of Mr. Bowden to six; of Little Rock, Vicksburg and are expected to give a decision today.
physical ability for a coach.
the Glades County Democrat, the hassee. Talla-I The question the court must de- Bass ,
I The matter of time for the opening Everglades News the Belle Glade Another Big :
Art's talk, as always, was cide is whether it will Issue a writ

1 of school and the length of term News, The Hendry County News and teresting and filled with humorous of mandamus directing Secretary of

will probably be taken up at the the Clewiston News being the other happenings on the trip. He said that State R. A. Gray to accept the quali- John Elmore strengthened his lead .I

\ meeting. ,It is anticipated'that the 1 five.The on the trip In his Chevrolet coupe, fying fees of the five candidates now on first place In the local fishing "

'I i' high schools will try to have a com first issue of the paper under he used 478 gallons of gas at an average out for the positions. Last Saturday contest Monday when he registered ,' ;

plete nine-months term. the new management is a newsy pub- cost of 21c per gallon, 41 I was the last day for filing and when an eight pound, fourteen ounce beauty ::,

School teachers of the county are lication with a nice percentage ol quarts of oil, had one blowout and I+'the time was up Claude Pepper of ; which he landed that day in the ','

now practically paid Infull for their advertising and is a credit to the total canexpense of $11.90. Tallahassee stood unopposed for main Disston Island feeder canal

last gear's work, eight hundred dol- north Lake town. At the close of his talk the usual I I the late Senator Duncan U. Fletch- near where it empties into Lake Hic-

lars of state and county money hav-: Mr. Griffis, who has been in poor five questions were asked the mem- er's place while Doyle E. Carlton, of pochee. He held the lead previously

Ing been distributed during the past health expects to travel for a time bers with Dr. J. W. Ezelle and Dr. I Tampa, will be opposed by C. O. Andrews with ,a seven pounder.

(fiek and leaving a deficit for all '' but states that he will return to'Okeec'ho J. G. Niblack tying for first place. II'I' of Orlando, Robert J. Boone That fishing has been unusually!:

I 1 unty teachers of about two ee to make his home. An additional ,five questions were of Miami and Finley Moore of Lake good during the week is evidencedby

red dollars. bund'I'I asked them and neither could ans- City. the number of fish registered. .,;

DREDGE MAYACCA SOLD wer any so in the toss Dr. Ezelle won Attorney General Cary D. Landis Robert Mathis has second place soar

BEAN CITY NOW HAS the pot. refused earlier in the week to givea for the week with a six pound,

', U. S. POSTOFFICIJi :'I The government dipper dredge,, decision on the 'issue and advisedMr. fourteen ounce entry; C. D. Beatty ;

i iMayacca, which has been tied up in Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston and Gray not to accept qualifyingfees text with a six pound, eight ounce :

Announcement was made this tho government slip here for almosta daughter. Martha Nell, left Sunday which forced the higher courtto bass and Pete Chagaris brought in

week on the establishment of a U. year, was sold during the past t night for Columbus. Ga., upon receipt -I take immediate action. ones i weighing five pounds and two
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S. Postofflce at Bean City. The office week to M. L. Ogden of Jacksonvillewho of word of Mrs. Alston's fath ounces.Louis.

will be located in the Wells- submitted the highest bid when, er's death. Mr. Alston returned Wednesday Mr._and Mrs. W. F. Simpson were Schuck, Jr., won last week's

Royal store in that place and will be tho district U. S. Engineer office ad., night while Mrs. Alston and I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. FredA. prize with a five pound, ten ounce .

;. served by the star route between 'I Jveitlsed| it for sale. ,The amount oi, Martha:: Nell will remain there for a Flanders in Moore Haven Wed- lass. His was the only entry during

West Palm Beach and Clewiston. 'I 1' the transaction was not disclosed, couple of weeks. nesday evening. .. the week. ., -. ,



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THIS-- -' WEEK- --- .' "Events the" World, Over SUNDAY

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tinues First of 1936-S'teeiIndustry:
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40,000,000 Degrees i: ,. J Cloths saturated with polishing .
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.: Fights Drive for Unionization. ,. I', Lesson .for July 19.. ,liquids if stored away in a closet
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Paris: -To "last words of dying ::: ; often '
: cause'
SpOntaneous 'combus.'tion.

men" will be' "added- those' ., of the:_ ,-.. 'jH -! ' .. '"" :. ...-_ ',..I SOCIAL- SERVICE. IN THE" 'EARLY.. Keep these cloths in a cov,
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,I sorry to'keep ,@ Western Newspaper Union. LESSON TEXT 'Acts ", :32-35: n :Use the 'purest of cider' vinegar
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you waiting like: that, 'drouth may irri- 'tempt to.compel its employees 'to ,Corinthians'GOLDEN 8:1-9. .4'i\ '" 'for 'pickles and pickled 'preserves.'Do .
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TEXT
-He.said
this. of :. "It Is
Typical ,, I y destroy farm Cr'ops in join a union or 'pay''tribute' for tha' blessed to give. than.. to receive.."-more Acts not mix two different,-kinds oi
a good; modest ; Dakota 'r, '"
,North nd'South' eastern 'right to. work. 2035. vinegar.
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'king, always obedient Montana' ,and, Wyoming prompted, 'Although the statement' did" not .' PRIMARY TOPIC, ,-How Jesus Friends. ,Bell Syndicate.-WNU*Servic .
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President nooseveu mention him by name, it: was regarded -: yy.,.. ----- ._,
"- JU/.LUU'TU1-'lC-When', Christians See'Others
Atthe'
request
to marshal $500,000000 ,-' by observers as the first In Need .. .
of his ministers, in relief funds to official response ,to the recent announcement INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR REMOVE FRECKLES

,including, Sir John, combat the damage by John, L. Lewis TPPICChrIstianssharflgj: Oth" ,

Simon' who< .waited .: and to develop' further : president of; the, :United Mine" Work-, ers.YOUNG PEOPLE 'AND BLA HEADS'Q CX
him at ADULT
upon' ', plans for ';fight 'ers of America ,of a ,campaign: to, TOPJC. -Christians .and Social, Service. '
the last, m mentfue' )
unionize steel
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'ing drouth.: employees. -
'king'strug' -; Secretary of Agriculture In order to prevent the "closed Social 'service In the early 'Church

leI pathetically Henry: W. shop," the industry s idif, "will use was'a' by-product of the gospel andnot: ,

Arthur ,Brisbane to sign his' name ''Wallace, .who left ,its resources to the, best of its ability the gospel Itself. Those; who.are saved

to''a' state paper; Washington for a : to protect' its',employees' 'arid by the gospel'.will show their concern'
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succeeded, then, turning to his ad- for 'theIr' {fellows '
their families
personal ','survey' of from intimidation, coercion especially those who
visers, -spoke, those ,last words, followed -, :the stricken areas, and violence and to aid, themin 'are fellow; members of the :body of
smile and nod with ,
by a:' Secretar :collective Christ! "
maintaining ,
declared that from, bargaining, '
,
which he was accustomed to :end Wallace'all
an audience. ,. reports, conditions free from" ,interference from any. ,I.' Characteristics of I the" Primitive J .... ;:: :&$ ::f.;:,
had,become, as serious as they source. Church (Acts, 4:31-35): r .; '
This was published ,,in the ,Star No matter how dull and dark ,
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-' ; of sorely., 'The unionization attempt 1. It was a church your complexion
lack comes praying
in 1934, due to,, (y.,31)
of Johannesburg,, South Africa, .in were ; : I no matter how freckled and
a Reuter dispatch. :Mr.:'Gunia sends,' needed. rains., 'at' the time 'when'st l operations The earlylChrlstlans'fOr.every want' and coarsened by sun and wind, Nadinola
: Gibsbnia The secretary declared' that un- have,.set, a' 'new' record for 1936. need betooirtbemselves't'.Go'd In pray Cream,tested and trusted for over a generation .. ,
the clipping from Pa.
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will
rains descend, in the ,sun-, er. Their ,falfh caused them to to ; whiten clear and smooth
les go
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Much : skin
obliged. to
(; : ;your new beauty quickesteasiestway.
.. .. : : scorched regions 'the gove R"ETIRING :from the post, :of 'the' living God,, believing that, their Just apply'tonight;,no massaging,
Italian' in 'will 'buy, 30,000,000 ,head 'of ninent'l 'Comptroller General J., R. ,Mc- needs"would, 'be..:supplied ,'"' 'no rubbing;'Nadinola begins its beauti

The soldier Badoglio. in' the next: month. Carl announced that:following the :2., The, .Spjrit-filled'ch'mi'rCh '(v. 31). fying work while,you sleep. Then you -
the striking ,uniform of, an Italian Bee aay-by-day improTement'until
'expiration of his ;
term of your
In St. Paul. Minn., _the governors office" he When they pr'ayedth: i place was shak
Rome complexion is restored to
and
marshal dt
turn
\r : ,,: : would aid in the government creamy white
embraced 'Mussolini 'who" wore' the of the five drouth-stricken- north- reorganization' wherein. they' were"gathere: together satin'smooth' loveliness. No-' disappointments -<,
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uniform of 'a corporal of'fascist ,western states met with Federal udyuridert k n by ,,'and they were all, filled.. ., with ,'the, ; no long 'waiting; money,
Works Progress-Administrato-r-Har: the senate 'committee headed by' "- -- back guarantee. Get a large box of
H9IySplrlt.
militia.a'pol "also' liked to be NADINOLA Cream at 'favorite
Senator Byrd 'of Virginia. your
called the "little corporal.. ,ry :L, Hopkins and administrators: Gen. McC rl criticized 'New: Deal ,3., It was a church which had-great ,toilet counter or by mail,'postpaid only
Marshal' '13' dogIio'' is an;, 'Italian', from the various states. Mr. Hopkins emergency boldness in preaching:Word of Godv. SOc. NADINOLA, Box 45,-Paris-Xenn.
,. ,ordered reliefjobs' made .immediately -. agencies as "loosely ( 31). The ministers 'of' tlieSplr1t .
soldier who bid rs.' When -
obeys
and extravagantly set up" and as'
..available. for.,from 25,000, ,filled church
will not offer
Mussolini's forces anY'apology
marching
were "tax consuming in the extreme. !
'to. farmers who have seen'their' Different NeverthelessYou
:' ;, ; :to 50,000 : ; for, the Bible, but will preach .It, ,
Badoglio "according"
on Romei He declared that a .
sole- livelihood. .de- reorganization can't always 'tell the' difference '
source" '
the said : the : "What. 4. It was' a: united' chircui"v. "32).
to ,
story,' king: of both :
made regular and between' optimism
'stroy d. The jobs were. ,.19 'and
shall I: 'do-:wipe-'them,-:out?,"" !The ,available water ,conservation 'emergency:,agencies ,would :improve .They were all of one heart.-and; soul. ,gvff. "
on
king ordered:'; ,"No; ,no, violence. projects ,' farm-to=market," !roads',' government.,administration :and..reduce :5. .It was'a'-generous'church' (r. 32)'. -'

Now Mussolini :rules and ,his th&' They held nothing- back from 'thosewho
: on. ruralsch ols and .recreationarprojects -" : cost ',to:.taxpayers.TN .-.
orders Badoglio'.::wipea: out, ;Haile -. ', .'. had ,.need., ..The .nesyeej: 'sup.;

Selassie:, ,and the:, ;government .of.. 'President Roosevelt- ; i Washing' -; ;ESTES'PARK,' Colo., Gov. Alfred -, 'plied, from_ common' fund, .Thls..was

Ethiopia ..., '; i' ,:. ; ton/: appointed :a::;special" committee *' M. Landon, Republican not- Commiijiism'nm' : re than: when

-- ,, ; ,' i ,"composed ,of Secretary: 'Wallace,' Presidential nominee, continued his the chur' h'.tod' y' helps' from a common ,' I

Anything could happen Europe, 1 :Budget Director' Daniel Bell, :Aubrey ,vacation begun, with his family the fund: se'wh' have need.: .

and one,'of_ .the, things, considered; : Williams, 'Assistant Works 'week 'bef re''and: 6.:, 'The:'ministers' 'had',a-powerful, 'testimony -, I 'Ei111flrn

quite possible,!?extremely: .disturbing :' ,Progress Administrator and Dr.. 'made plans 'for reconvening -, ('v. '33).: ,, MUFTI Iigridien1s SHOE WHITE c Meif/Noffl.wI'nof'ubcff.Coatalns Dq CI.oner
to old and 7j It was a church' whose"members: Jb CLEAN as i Whitens.' 'Ldfe BoMes 2Sf
respectable England" ,Rexford G, Tugwell, ,resettlementadministrator. of, the' I
others "is : : between possessed 'unblemished character (
agreement \ Kansas legislature v ,,
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Mussolini f Hitler to :make "a -, and :for: the accept-' '.33)., Great"grace was upOn'theni": : all. -- "
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deal on ustr a'!,profitable" .,for..both, ;, CONTINUING: business:.recovery, ance speech he will II., Generous' Act'(of', "Barnabas' "(Acts. I'i :
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not for, Austria., .T .. 1 deliver in',Topeka on 4:30,37): .
J, ',' first:six, --months.of,; "
1936 fulfilled the hopes of. optimistic i 1"" ,July 23., He,sold n' piece of land and turnee LET HIM'BEFREE
; : :
There Is. always, however, the .,prognosticates:; and. surpassedthe : Although, Governor: over;,all. the proceeds 'to' be used' for' \\I :
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memory 'of. 1914,'-':when: :Austria,. .expectations, of. ,.cons'ervativforec Landon: was restingpreparatory those, in need.;';It.'Is not:said:that'.Bar'
,
Italy and' the Kaiser had, the :triple,.' sters, ., : to: the, nabas sold ;all.the land he had. His

'J, alliance, that did 'not',' "stand.up." ':Allthe.leading trade' -'baromete'rs'registered .'-,''- ,rigors, ,of ,the, campaign act,,,-therefore, cannot'In'any' real,-sense: -' r1'FROM

' Such alliances: usually ,go, along_ fair ,business weather: at Landon, ," .affairs,:of_ his ',be",used as.,a' precedent:'for :a ommu- ,

: racial lines" 'if' they' are- to last. the' :close of the first half of the ,Gov. ,state'and confer-' nlty of' goods In the church. Whenever you Heclcie to free "

: France"and 'Italy': are: natural :allies ,yea ,.. '.The: production:of 'automobiles -' ences'with political'adviers' occu-' III. Stephen the Deacon" (Acts G:l-8). your child;,from_Worms? or ,, ,,,

both Latin;' England1 and the reached 2,400,000 'units in ,the pied considerable of his attention. :' ,As soon as, the.church had relief. Tapeworm, get the medicine ,

: United "States 'would" probably, :be first'six'months of 1936, ,the,best:for) When the Kansas legislature reconvenes frorp external troubles,:difficulties arose: that:will drive them out,with

found not';far' apart"if a really big 'the"period since 1929. "a' proposed amendment ,to within. Up to this',time,It.:would:seem' 'one single dose.'Dr..Peery'sDEAD .

;\ World war ;should''ever' 'com ,-with, Improvement, was further ,reflected -. the ,state constitution will"beintro' ,that the problems of the urch'-were,
> two, other IFS, : duced giving 'tb'state 'broad:power SHOThrm'ifug.SOc *
one or ,
: by the steel :industry, the opera In' the hands of, the. apostles. A,'congregational -,
:': :/ ," ,tions of ,which rose: from 49.2 per to provide far: aching'' legislation ,meeting was called, the

i: Science. proudly demonstrates cent of capacity .at the',start of the for social welfare ,and to co-operate case placed' ,before 'the. church, and

r for the: :Westinghouse Company; 'anew year, to"-71.2'p- r. ,cent, at the end 'with the federal :government. Governor -: the church instructed to select seven -

:.:. lamp that rivals_ the beams of, June. The output of electricity Landon wasquoted as 'describing men of' good reputation, and Spirit .
'
; of the' sun.The; demonstrator climbed steadily" to reach all the' proposed amendment' a bottle at druggists or
an. filled Gold St., N.Y.' '
r to, administer .the ,temporalities Wrlrhf P1U Co 100 City.
: : explained that; the temperature 'at ,time:' peak in June.The : as "satisfactory. '
giving, ,the apostles, time
: for
:' -:' the sun's' surface is about, 11,732 ; steady recovery of the railroads The amendment" which' may be"the

r::: degrees' Fahrenheit, :while the, new was indicated by carloadingswhich -- basis for:similar, action ,in other prayer ,and the,ministry,ofGod's_ Word.
the
lamp reaches :25..232 degrees, .Fah:- : worked, up to approach their:. :states, :reads:, ,Among' seven deacons thus' chosen,

h"."' renheit..=,That,,however-. s.scientists best:levels since 1931. The figures "Nothing contained in this 'con- Stephen ,had ,first: .place, While en.

:? know is 'for' the first 'six--months 'of; 1936 stitution shall, construed to limit gaged In, his.,duties; :. _as. a, deacon,; he (
long
.aj! ; way;.from. J the sun's! STOPS, ITCHING.OR MONEY BACK
: best temperature. were: sus1antfalIy"ie1tef" than"" 'the power,of the legislature to enact, sorang Into the light, .?.L an, ,eloquent, Get Tetterina and get Instant relief from

: According! o,: Sir James Jeans, those for the similar period.x>f 1935. laws providing ,for: financial assist- 1d'powerful pr acher. any skin itching:60c at all'drug storesor .
,, "- I 'IV. The Good Deeds.of (Acts sent I postpaid receipt of
Dorcas on price.
aid infirm
to dependent
:' there prevails in the ,depths of the ance ; or persons .

sun temperature of- '"forty"million A N: INCREASE ,of 90 per ,cent in ; for, ,the, public ,,health; unemployment 9:30-43). ' SHUPTRlNECO..Dept.3.Savannh.Ga.HEARTBURN j
'
". compensation and general Dor as was a practical Christian:
degrees, which the cash farm
.centigrade, is, considerably 'income on cot- ,' "
; : higher than 'any 'manmade tort, wheat, bacco,. corn and hogs social security and providing for woman. She wasvfull of- ,good_ 'WQrJS
I
.. alms ee< s' She
; J the thereof tax otherwise and which did, not what
by
t iriper ure.: from 1932! ,to 1935, was :recorded under payment or
If within: 'miles : and to receive aid from the she talked of doing Her death was a
you came 1,000; the ,Agricultural ,
of"aS'cent, :piece. with ,a' temperature ; i women, w' uld'usethelr: needles as,Dor,.
i. : oX'40,000,000 degrees_ .:,centigrade : by the Supreme -
; you would be' burned 'to'a': I iJ/ J 'court, last yiELDING to the'' urgings 'of ca '"did, there would. be, more real testimony -

cinder; hard' to "believe, 'but true. ,: : January' accordingto I'* party leaders; Gov. HerbertH. for' Christ. : '

.. ,.. .. Lehman of" New York '
--- ttj. j the annual report announced'that V. Christian i ,Stewardship.. (II, 'Cor.
-', "<':" of Chester he would run again'for 8:1-9) ,
England protested against raising ,C. :Davis, '
.
the elevation of' guns"on7'American' i ':: "5- ;t former administrator the office of governor.: The gover- 1., Examples': :'of true ,Christian :be ?

warships because: ,thatwould.make A ': ,: made 'public' in nor! had announced 'several months, nevolence '(vV1-5). The' liberality: :of Its surprising how' ''many have heart
,
.: ': our guns shoot too, far. In case of : Washington. ago that he- would. not, be a candi- I these Macedonian churches exhibits
\;4 ;;" ''''w,9.-i't: date again, giving as his reasons 'and burn.'Hurried eating, overeating,heavy'smo
practically
war weJ'P.jght hit a ': ritts _ship ,.,,. Cash farm income' every principle motiveentering
_";"',,' lined up against; us. l : tr from these, five ma-,: the press of,personal business anda '.. Into' Christian giving dng, excessive drinking fal1'I lead.'to

'jor farm products', desire to ,retire private life. a. The source"of' true,"giving' (.v. 1). heartburn. n itcomeshecd the

; Are animals ,capable" o'f'any Uhester Uavis, whi h' 'came under Democratic leaders declared thegovernor's Is,said ,to be the'grace"of God .
', warning. Your stomach ia'on a strike.
; thought? : production control,' rental 'and' benefit _'decision will help the b.' They gave from the depths of

A dog on'Prince' Edward-- 'island] payments was, $1,365,000,000 in ,national, ,ticket to ,carry New York their poverty (v; 2)., .'

whining' and 1932 the before'. the AAA in the election next November. theii-
,,:: howling with its muzzle -' year be- c.' Their willingness 'surpassed
against 'a pile clothing on' the came operative* For 1935 it was In: a statement, issued to, newspa- ability (v. 3). -
,
edge of a"'pool, attracted-men' who $2,593,000,000., permeri"Gov'ern; ', Lehman, said he' d. They were Insistent on being allowed -ii
could "no longer resist" the
-: took ffom' the water the"bodies of The report pointed out that cash Demo-appeals the privilege of giving '(v. 4). ,
national 'and state
two brothers, 'fifteen"'and seventeen farm, income from all other products : qf e. They first gave themselves to the

,, -: years old. Could the' 'dog have"thought "increased in the same period said cratic' leaders. The statement Lord (v.' 5). -

: out" 'a connection between ,from $3,012,000,000 to $4,307,000,000. : 2. Emulation of Macedonian,benevolence .

the clothing and disappearance. ,Mr. Davis,, who was recently appointed erations"Regardless, however of personal compelling consid-, I urged (vv. 6-15),. TAKE MILNESIAS 1

: of its young owners? by President Roosevelt to feel' that' I- can no longer' resist the a. Not as a command (v. S)., .Acceptable Milnesia, the original milk of magnesia'in

>, the, ..Federal. Reserve board, declared giving must be spontan oris.. '
of both in the
pleas state
party
my
form taken after
:" At Ur,':ancient city of the"Chal ; that: cash available, for living I arid in the nation or of those with b. 'As proof of the sincerity' of lovev. wafer indulgence,-

-' deans, they. show'a :gigantic brick expenses, taxes, ,and interest ,from whom I have worked in closest as- ( 8). Sincere love benevolent ,action relieves,heartburn, ,Crunchy ,and ,tasty.

' temple; recently uncovered, ,where ,farm cash income' was' the highestin sociation for many years and with toward, the object loved. Each wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls.milk

', it has,,lain' in the ground' covered 1935 since' 1929, and two and one- whom I have waged the fight for' c. As the, 'completion' and harmonyof '
of magnesia. 20c 35c & 60c packages.
through the: ages. It :was constructed -,, "half times greater than it' was in equal opportunity and social secur- Christian character (v., 7). ,

A originally, like the tower of 1932. -ity. d, The ,self-sacrificing example of

Babel, to ,enable!the',builders to getup "Therefore. if my party, in this Christ (v.,'9).

i into Jaeaven,.and.:reach, the gods.. p\EFYING a drive to force unionization state' chooses to nominate .me again e. 'rh' ,true principle ,upon which

First they,., invented,.:thpse pagan, '', of 'its' 500000.vorkers; and if the, people of, the state ,againc gifts..are,acceptable! to, God ,(yv.: ',10-12).
(" gods, and then they actually believed -. the steel industry in. a' strongly ll on'me'for service I'shall 'pioud- .The motive ,of,the. giver! determines the

in them. worded statement issued by the ly accept the call and will' devote value of the gift.f. .

King Features WNtI Syndicate Ina. American Iron and Steel institute myself wholeheartedly to the E'Tery Christian should give something
Service.
declared "it will oppose any at interest of the people of the state." i (vv. 13-15).




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CaliforniaOil Being Timid A Worthy Ambition

Tn Southern Greatest personal triumph is to

I ....., y"II HIS own timidity is the last make a friend out of an old ene-
a timid man ever my; and as interesting an ambi-
fears. And yet timidity has lost tion as any other.

many a cause which could have "Don't worry" is a good rule to Perhaps Both in Error"I

been won without rashness or offer others; but, like all ad- always speak well of Smith."

even boldness. The man who is vice, they are unable to follow it. "He doesn't speak well of you."

afraid to invest his money Keep your promises and discharge "Well, maybe we are both mis-

S. loses an income just as truly as your obligations. taken." .

the man who has no money to. Making a collection of books is

:i invest. at least as justifiable as makinga Even There ,.

A policy that straddles and collection of anything else. "Can I trust him?"

hedges in order to avoid the Are We Overcharged? "Why, he's so crooked that the

possibility of error is itself an Even wool he pulls over your-eyes is
our pleasures cost more "
error. No great scholar, statesman than they used to. Many a fel half cotton.

or reformer is non-com low's idea of a good tune is to

mittal. It has been well said pay a $50 fine for 50 cents' worthof Desperate Measure

that he who never makes a mis- fun. She-The doctor has forbiddenme
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take never makes ything.lln.d.ePIul". You may have a good-natured to cook. '

II II"M Derricks Form Background for Tomato Patch. I neighbor and be unable to deter- He-Why, are you ill? _

mine whether it is laziness or a She-No, my husband is. '
Prepared by the National Geographic Society.. for packing fruit. By-products, like kind heart. Both, maybe. : .,:.:',
Washington. D. C.-WNU Service.TALK
and lemon oils citric acid .
with priests at the old orange Indulgent Dad IS IT REALLY YOU? ,
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and citrus pectin, are made and
I will tell
and they sold by this organization.Ships Son, Father can always tell you
that pioneer padres that carry its fruit abroadare something for your own good if
trained Indians to do the first vast floating refrigerators, for he will speak the whole truth to

i irrigation work in Southern California. they must pass through the Panama gd1j : you. Often he hesitates. to hurt
i Some of their old ditches still -
canal and other tropic waters. your feelings.

exist. mis- Frost is fought with oil-burning Regrets Should DeterAll As soon as a man begins to
You can tell by where these love his work then will he also
of orchard heaters,. while millions are regrets are "vain" if they ,
sions stand what good .judges
spent on sprays and fumigation.: do not act as deterrents on future begin to make progress.
land the priests were. They never
Value of Co-operation. occasions. What ailed the clothing of the
built church soil.
.i; a on poor
Local farming owes these padresa Individual growers, competing, Inactivity, supineness, and effeminacy ancients more important than a Bess: My, you are looking
have ruined run in the stocking of the mod- swell
more con- today.
brought have obtained such
great debt. They not only could not
stitutions than were ever de- erns? Jess: I'm glad to hear it.
horses but they world-wide distributionof
: the first cattle and methodical,
to stroyed by excessive labors. Fate, of course, is responsiblefor Bess: Yes, I hardly knew you.
seeds inspected
I experimented with see oranges now graded, ,
all failures but if
what would grow best in California. and sold by the Exchange. It is There are gifted women who, our ; we
! perceiving how much the man succeed it is by our own efforts. Yes, Tell Us
the first and conspicuous among all man's cooperative -
i They planted oranges efforts. Common interests NAho loves them has idealized The man who always speaksthe He-My father weighed only
grapes. Lemons, figs, and olives both in busi- them, succeed in living up to his truth is 'sure to have other four pounds when he was born.
members
'I and wheat destined unite its ,
they brought, too, and social affairs. ideal. Two happy souls! virtues. 1 She-Mercy me! Did he live?
ness
to become a tremendous crop.
I
Almost feudal in aspect were One visit to an annual orange

I these mission farms. Indians were festival, with all its music, drama,

I trained as farmers, cowboys, car- pageantry, and carnival spirit,

penters, saddle makers, and weav- shows what a role this fruit playsin '1
ers. They made things not only for California life.

the use of priests and themselves, More than any other one force, it ,-

j but for Spanish soldiers as well. was the lure of life in a sunny Cali-

Cattle became the mainstay of fornia orange grove which started 13 '

I' life, with beef the chief food; hides easterners migrating here in the :

made leather for saddles, harness, 1880's-and it still brings them. a .'

and shoes, and even served as From its trees, since the Exchange '.
money. ,Early sea traders from started its records in 1894, ;;

New England called them "California have been picked and sold nearly ....!';\;
bank notes." $2,000,000,000 worth of citrus, fruit- :}iju br

Sheep, too, were raised; and Indians or more than the value of all gold J
{
made blankets and cloth for mined since its discovery in 1848!

suits from the wool. They raised The Bible story of the miraculous :ft.
some hogs also, mostly for lard to ; J1
gourd vine that grew in one day to 1
make soap.Missions make shade for Jonah is hardly
: served as stock farms more astonishing than the rise of r

i. from. which private owners could the western vegetable trade. It is

borrow enough breeding animals to an exciting page in the annals of

t-- build up tHeir own herds. Horses our national farm life. New food

of a tough, speedy jtype, with a habits, the call for more green I t I l -st
strain of Arabian from those broughtto 0
things, is one cause. Advent of the
Mexico by conquistadores, thrived iced car, overcoming California's
there, multiplying so fast that in former disadvantage of remoteness

time wild herds became a nuisance. from eastern markets, is another.
Men used to drive them into the
Due to geographic barriers, as
sea to drown them. I I
late as 1900 this trade was a mere
Cattle often ran wild over the trickle. Now, with refrigeration,

open range. In self-defense trav- standard packing, and advertising, THERE is a reason why Louis Meyer won the
elers sometimes had to shoot sav- than carloads of garden
more 100,000
500-mile Indianapolis race this year-and why he is
age bulls. At slaughtering time, truck largely in California '"
grown u
the only man ever to win this gruelling race three ;
vaqueros rode down the thundering
ride east every year. He used Firestone Tires
herds, slew what they wanted, and F THE MASTERPIECE times. always Gum-Dipped .
left carcasses to be skinned by Busy Imperial Valley. and never experienced tire trouble of any kind.

butchers who followed. Melted tallow Imperial valley, that belowthesea OF TIRE CONSTRUCTION j Louis Meyer knows tire construction. He also
was packed in hides and trans- "Hothouse of America" once
II knows that to drive for 500 consecutive miles over
called the Salton Sink, grows more \
ported to sailing vessels along the *
this hot brick track, negotiating the dangerous curves
coast. This trade cantaloupes, honeydews, and casa-
dwindled
after
HIG H SPEED TYPE
'
800 times at the record-breaking speed of 109 '
gold was found. bas than any area its size in the average
"The inflowing of population madean world. Its large-scale operationsare SIZE PRICE miles an hour, requires tires of super strength and

end to the great droves of cat- indeed "industrialized farm- 4.50-21. .S 8.60 greatest blowout protection, as a blowout on any.one ,i
4.75.19. ... ... 9.10
ing." of the dangerous curves would likely mean instant
tle, wrote Dana in 1859, on his 5.25.1810.85 ,.
second trip to California.Old Terrific heat, dust, and the frantic 5.50.17. : ... 11.90 death. By the Firestone patented Gum-Dipping

Ranches Cut Up. ; picking, packing, loading, and 6.00.16. . . 13.Z5 process every cord in the tires on Louis Meyer's car was soaked and
icing of more than 6,000,000 crates 6.00..17 H. D. .. 15.90 coated with liquid rubber, thereby preventing internal friction and
Today this once huge industry, of melons in a few weeks turn this 6.00.19 H. D.. 16.90 heat. This is. the secret of the extra strength and reserve safety built
which kept the shoe and leather 6.50.17 H. D.. 18.40
valley from May to June into
an into Firestone Tires. .
trades of New England supplied, is' inferno of,nervous haste. 7.00.17 H. D.. ZI.30 ;r

a dim tradition. In museums you Mexicans and FOR T Rue K S You of course will not drive 109 miles per hour, but at today's

) see old oxcarts and horse gear, massive Only able to work in Japaneseseem the sun- 6.00.20.$16.49 higher speeds you do need tires that will give you greatest blowout 4

IA hand-made furniture and pio- 30x5 Truck Type. 16.41 and will car to 25% quicker. Take no "
protection stop your up
scorched fields that
only
; some say .
neer weapons. 32x6 H. D. . .
they can tell just when a melon 35.22chances! Let your Firestone Auto Supply and Service Store or ;
Santa Barbara stages a fiesta should be picked, or when a mule Other SIZes Priced Proeortwn.tely Low Firestone Dealer equip your car with Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires,

each and belles season dress, in which in pioneer modern Spanish beaux will surely drop from being overheated : the safest tires built.It costs so little to protect lives worth so much! r

if driven another rod. Yet
costumes, ride horses with Spanish ,;
S r
residents endure this climate
60,000 !
saddles, sing Spanish ballads and BtfTE -
dance fandangos to early Spanish, Frost-free regions along the San etartioC ngtife. t t THE1kwTi E $tontSTANDARD
music. Diego coast send their share of tomatoes :

celery, and other ssssra
green
But the modern spectacle is more ,
foods. Los Angeles county was the
splendid than the
original hard, /
\ frugal life of toil ever was. pioneer garden spot; there first EXCHANGE Designed and constructed by s:
grew that lettuce now called "ice Firestone tire engineers for long .
I Practically all old ranches are cut berg head," an Italian strain intro- BRAKE PSI mileage and dependable service--a first
up now. One or two, like the Santa duced through Vilmorin, famous LINING CS quality tire built of high grade materials _
: Margarita and the Tejon, remain; by skilled workmen, embodying the
t
Paris.Electricity .
seedsman of
but overseers make their rounds in 9&W Firestone patented construction features ?"
motor cars..In fields where gruntingoxen for '''Everything. of Gum-Dipping and Two Extra Layers 'l k'
once pulled wooden 4eo'Ertr of Gum-Dipped cords under the tread. 1 4.4021
plows, you You marvel at miles of power
hear now the staccato voice of gas lines carried on steel towers. Hard- MArc Its exceptional quality and service
'I tractors. sin SE FANS TWIN riu at these low prices are made possibleby STANDARD TYPE
1 ly a country home is without elec-
volume in the
large production
Among long-tailed, squawking ma- tricity. Farmers throw a switch S world's most efficient tire factories. SIZE PRICE

caws and tinkling bells' in the Mis- and machines cook food, heat water 129 Made in all sizes for passenger cars, 45021. S 1.15 a' '

sion Inn garden at Riverside standsan milk cows, sterilize milk, and separate U r/ trucks, and buses. 4.75--19 .. 8.Z0

old, old orange tree. It is one the cream. Electric power See this tire at your Firestone Auto 5.so..17 .. 10.10 "
of two navel seedlings sent here hatches eggs and warms the coops. Supply and Service Store or Firestone .6.Oa20H.D. 15.55
from Brazil, by way of Washington Long, dry summers call for much THE LEADER IN THE Dealer today. ', FOR TRUCKS

1 in 1873. Both lived and are pumping, and electric irrigation LOW PRICE FIELD 6.00..20. $ ; .=
\\fjKm ancestors now of countless trees pumps run almost continuously New low' safety at .. 18.64 I30x5.
\ 1 whose fruit reaches not only the from April to September. pric SEAr Oltrr Snq Prooortanatety Lor't
most obscure nooks of the United Walnuts, formerly dried in the A U T 0 COyERS

'j States, but goes to forty-odd ports sun, are dehydrated now by elec- INSECT SCRE H
overseas, even into Alaska RADIO ,.
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by dog- tricity. To make seeds germinate AUTO SUPPLIES Prevents .
sled delivery. faster, cables laid in the soil 4,40.21 .< j are ,, Firestone Stewart-Warner Auto Polish .Ii pdiatOra.
What a colossal feat of distribution heated by this power. q ? six tube radio gins eight (plnlSOC.
"I With electricity oranges are colored 'irQsfo tube performance. Chamol*-_ up', 6ftc
To move and sell such incredible and precooled for shipment. COURIER TYPE $ t: UP SponQol.10Cup- _
j I cargoes, more than 13,000 growers Motors hum in myriad industries. asS19;,,,, ss bo 795 c0p Was SUN GLASSES 10Cu
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form the Fruit Exchange Their In busy oil fields, shops, and har- 30 3 yr ci:: asi F e s edam' =,'69 ep (1 01.-50c .

.!I salesmen are posted in 59 central bor sheds, bright lights turn night

markets, here and abroad. Their I into day. With electricity men drill t I I I I I / '
brand stamped on fruit is known for oil, pump it when natural flow

around the world. They even own subsides, and refine it. The same with the Firestone Choral
Listen to the Voice of Firestone-featuring Margaret Speaks, Soprano,
their own timber lands and sawmills source heats enormous furnaces and B.C. Nationwide Netu-orfc
N.
Symphony: and William Daly's Orchestra-every Monday night over
where millions of crates are made annealing oven*.

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I I hadn't selected a hotel and wanted .i land is that no attempt is being made .FOR SALE-Complete furnishings

The Clewiston News nrrrrrrrdIIrrrrmdarrrrrrrrpToo I to locate near the Exposition I to gouge the visitor. In spite of the for 4-room house. Post- Office Box
I ICJ3y I Great Lakes Exposition attracting; 135, Clewiston, Fla. 4t.
---- Late To Classify grounds, I hailed a motor cop and thousands and the many conventions \

Published every Friday In Clewiston, ,asked if he could direct me to one. being held here, hotels, restaurantsand J

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, %.useLl Kayt7lQIIrrrrrriUIIrprrrrriirrrrrl The officer must have received his shops have not advanced their NORGE REFRIGERATORS

Inc. training at Daytona Beach, for he prices. In consequence Cleveland is,i Furniture and Homo Furnishings

not only told me where the hotel making friends and the kindly treat-,
ment received by the visitors makes PHILCO RADIOS
Atlanta to Ashe- and said
The drive from was, but wheeled about
Keathley Bowden, Editor ville is a delightful one, and we chose "Follow me ,and I'll show you". I them want to stay longer and come Household

this route on our way north. There felt as important as a Gubernatorial again. FurnishingsInc.

has been much improvement in Geor- candidate or somethin'- '.
CATHOLIC MEN'S CLUBMEETS .
since I '
mail mat gia and Carolina highways I got messed up making a ]left
Entered as second class route. And while AT RECTORY BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA,
February 1, 1927, at the Post was last over this turn here like I did in Haines City
ter
mountains
Office In Clewiston, Florida, under the road Is through the time it has a year or so ago. The signs say The Catholic Men's Club met at
the ,
and winding most of ]I "Left on Green" but 'instead of mak- L. Mershon
the Act of March 3, 1897. careful motorist. the church rectory last Monday even-
... no terrors for the ing the. complete turn as we do at
I ing. After the regular business meet- .
Preparing for a big tourist season home, you make a wide turn to the AGENT ,
Ing there followed an informal !social'
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. I the resort cities of Hendersonville center of the street and then wait gathering and refreshments. New York Life i 1
and Asheville were alive with until the light changes again to com-
Advertising rates on application. Those attending were: Dr. B. A.
activity. Hotels are filling up and plete it. The traffic cop stopped me Insurance Company
Bourne, H. A. Bestor, S. L. Crochet-
at filling stations along the way I when I started to go through and
I, Sidney Hoover, Eugene Mutrux, R. ARCADIA, FLORIDAJ.
advancement and learned that motor traffic through when he found I was from Florida, I
Devoted to the T. Mitchell, J. J. Kettl, Vincent Og-
Clewiston and Hendry the section is steadily increasing; indicating he smiled and said "That's all right" .'-
welfare of lesby, M. E. VonMach, Rev. Thos.
an exceptionally good tourist then explained their system. .
County. Walsh, E. J. Rogero and J. F. Tip-
season. I noted many Florida license The visitor or stranger in the city : M. COUSE

plates on cars parked on tho is shown every courtesy, and the i'1 pey.- :
1 Counselor and Law
at
The engineers who went up to streets in Asheville, and there were folks up here just naturally make you I Attorney

Ocala on the Cross-State canal are many Florida cars on the road. It'like Cleveland. They are proud of Hopkins Building

slowly getting back home again. makes me think of a Florida townin their city and certainly have every Liberty Point Fishing Wednesdays and Saturdays
mid-winter to see so many for- reason to be, for it is a great town. I 9:30 to 4:00

The temperature got up to 95 degrees eign license plates.Journeying ,. Another thing I admire in Cleve- \ Camp

here Thursday afternoon'ar.d : north we chose a route I Excellent Black Bass Fishing "'" l\
little Jimmy says it must be awful thoughVirginia'and West Virginia, !
BOATS TO RENT
hot in Chicago. r mountainous most of the way, but, I Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath .
Artificial Bait For Sale
if one Is not in too great a hurryone \

Believe it or not, Mr. Ripley, but does not mind the grades or'con-, Follow Signs from Liberty Point

it looks as though work would actually stantly winding road. It was my first FLORIDAStop I corner on old Clewiston Road.

start soon on Clewiston's recreation trip into West Virginia, the only I J. L. TINDALE, Manager. Lake Harbor Phone No. 1
park.Congiessman. state east of the Mississippi that II i
I
had ,never visited. It is a beautiful I
J. Hardin Peterson scenic country, and I was particularly -
goes to bat for the Everglades Sugar interested in the coal mining area. i

industry: and its our guess that he'll We stopped for the night at Blue- NOTICE

follow it through' until he gets some field, a hustling, bustling city. It was .

action. Saturday night, and it seemed that (.,
everyone: was in town. Merchantswere NOTICE is hereby given that the following described lands, or so
Fishermen should not let that lit- doing a land office business, much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein ,
tle almost nine pound bass registered hotels were filled, ahd conditions set<< opposite to the same, together with the _costs of such sale and advertising '
in the contest this week scare generally looked very good. will be sold at public! auction on the fourth day of August
1936 beginning at twelve clock noon, at the Hall
them out. There are several weeks City of the City or
The weather was delightful mostof Clewiston, Florida.
left yet and there are plenty of big
the. trip, warm but not uncom-
fellows left in the la. II. Y. PATTERSON, ,
showers .
fortable. We ran in and out of a 4 I
Tax Collector
City of Clewiston f
which helped to keep us cool.
The summer season is on in Clew-
I didn't care much for the wet high-
iston and how! Just the same underneath -
ways through the mountains.butyou
the sleepy appearance thereis rii
can't have. everything, so we took ui Amount of TaxesDescrIptIon '
plenty of activity which presagesa without of land o: o'y OWIer ,
our time and got through. a
most successful winter season from ::: and Costs
'standpoint in this' section. mishap. y ::: c-j v -
every Crossing, the Ohio at Mariettawe w E-o P:: <

The milk control law was upheldyesterday at the
rolling coun-
found a delightful Lot 1 Block 6 ....._.......... First Bank of Clewiston
by the supreme court. In try with excellent roads, all well!' 50' x 115' off S. End ...--..$68.60
case there is any doubt this law con- close to- Jiotd j Patricia
of milk rather than marked. The towns are so S. ..85 ft. Lot 9 Block 9.... .Alston Drug Co. .._.....__.......... 42.80
trols the price it is hard to distinguish one
to make Bossy produce gether Lot 20 Block 23' ............ c, B. Fitch ....._.................__.... 5.40
attempting
from another; you pass through several .
any given amount. i neat, clean looking little towns 212 S. E. SECOND AVENUE Lot 21 Block 23 ...._...._... \' :-::.;:";; C. B. Fitch ........................_... 5.40 ,

to enter a sizeable city with traffic I Lot 23 Block 23 __....nm. A-. .. Hollis Lanier _....__..............._.._ 5.40

We don't know whether it's true lights and lively business sections, iAll Outside Rooms With Lot 24 Block 23 ....._....._ : : .2: ;:"\ Ifollis Lanier '...-..;...___....:..:.... 5.40

or not but the story continues to then on again to more open country Private Bath. Lot 25 Block 23 ........._.. r1'J: ;;:)'.' Hollis Lanier ._..............._m..... 5.40

circulate that the reason Postmaster with more small towns.: Lot 26 Block 23 .... ........ ..',; 'i ( Hollis Lanier .._.._......__.........:... 5.40Lot

Art Lawrence didn't enjoy the Thousands of Ohioans journey to COOL, CLEAN, QUIET 30 Block 23 ............ ,d/:' Colts, Inc. __..m..m... 6.25
Texas Centennial was because:! his Florida each winter, and most everywhere Lot 31 Block 23 ....__...... ; :. '.'. Colts, Inc.- 6.25

eyes were rather sore from viewingone we stopped people expressed Overlooking Biscayne: Bay Lot 32 Block 23 ............ \::,x ; Colts, Inc. .m.mm..m... 6.25

of the exhibits at San Diego.If genuine interest in the state and Theatre and Lot 23 Block 26 ..._._...... ../; f.\'('" B. WI. Jenks, Sr. '''''00''__'_''.'''' 4.55
Two blocks to Shops, } ; B. V. Jenks Jr. ............. .... 4.55
took pride in informing us that they Lot 24 Block 26 ..:_........ J''i; ---
'
the state supreme court t fails had been to Florida. Most of them Business Section. '-- Lot 25 Block 26 ..___n:...- ,: w, .,--. B. W. Jenks, Jr. mmm........... 4.55Lot
today to rule that state funds may I I 26 Block 26 _.....__...:- ': B. W. Jenks, Jr. .................... 4.55
be used to conduct the special sena- said they were planning to return I RATES lLot 27 Block 26 ............ :',-:.' c,;:,: .. B. W. Jenks, Sr. .................... 4.55
torial primary) the next best; thing; this winter. I' Lot 28 Block 26 ............ .r "'i;: ,: B. W. Jenks, Sr. ............-.-.:.. 4.55
and which- we believe will meet with We arrived in Cleveland about 10 Lot 29 Block 26 .......__m..f. i.," B. W. Jenks, Sr. .....__............. 4.55

of the majority is for, P. M. on Sunday evening, I was a bit $1.50. Single Lot 30 Block 26 ............ ..,".; ''' B. "r. Jenks, Sr. ......._............ 4.55
the approval worried, expecting to encounter I I Lot 27 Block 27 ...........: :'t : 1- Elmer G. Case ......-.....--.......... 2.85Lot'
the state executive committee 'to meet heavy traffic on the in, but the! $2.50 Double 28 Block 27 __,,_,"00" .t;;; Elmer G. Case ........................ 2.85
and nominate Carlton and Pepper way was'so I "Lot 29 Block 27 ,,"'.00_"." .Ii:, : Elmer G. Case .......:.._._..._..____. 2.85
for the positions.: I main highway into the city Special Family, Weekly & Lot 30 Block 27 ............ '',:.: Elmer G. Case ....mnm......_... 2.85

I. well marked and traffic moved alongso Monthly Rates Lot 31 Block 27 ",,._.__::. .: ) 7. Elmer G. Case .....,._................ 2.85
King Edward looked) down the smoothly that my worries were I Lot 18 Block 36 ......:...: .... ,':j / \V T. Furgson ......-............---.. 4.55

barrel of an assassin's levelled pistol groundless.We S. D. McCREARY,. ProprietorNNNNMNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN Lot 19 Block 36 '...._...._.. ;,.,, : 1V. T. Furgson .-................-..--': 4.55
yesterday as calmly; is reported, were right down In the heartof Lot .20 Block 36 '.............. s '.;.;: W. T. Furgson .......-................ 4.55Lot
as though he: were entering a polo the city before we knew it, and as i 15 Block 138 ___......... ':"S; C. E. Shaw ...............:............ 2.85
: j Lot 17 Block 138'c: C. B. FItch __..................._...... 2.68
game or urging a spirited horse over -- Lot 4 Block 139 ...._.._...I. ..-!,:'Si. '. E. M. Petterson ..00.-----..... 4.04
a barrier. His people will worship .1' '' l\Irs. A. $. Rothrock .......... 5.40
Lot 6 Block 139 ............ ._.,' .''. --
him more for his fearless attitude .INN. . .NNN. .N.. I. Lot 7 Block 139 ...._....... \::"-:::,:.;: l\Irs. '.Hanna l\I. Hoover .._..... 5.40
and will honor that little woman NNNNNNNNNNNNMN I Lot 9 Block 139 ...........:- ./,;: {.:'. l\lrs. R. H. Sander ......---..--... t55

who prevented the pistol from being .. Lot 12 Block 139 ............ : :.. Cora A. Keller ........-.-........... 4.38
)Discharged.The Lot 13 Block 139 ...:..._... '. }:i. E. J. Keller ..............-..,.......... 4.38
:: Lot 19 Block 139 ._.......... '.;>. >,;. .\.,. Mildred Wheeler .................... 4.04 _
; Berow ._._................__..
3.70
toll of the drouth which con- : Lot 2 Block 141 .....;...... \,i:1'; : George
tinues unbroken in parts of .I :: Lot 9 Block 141 ........_m':>.:':'? ';" Margaret Inlets _................,.... 3.70
many CLEWISTON 6OLFi :. Lot 10 Block 141 ___......... -:. +<. Anna Paulik -......-.................. 3.70
th. country is appalling and were we t. Lot 11 Block 141 ._..._...... ....r.> ; ;. Elmer G. Case .......___._............ 4.55
able to divide with them our refresh- t: Lot 13 Block 146 __....:..... ,." ::.j;:, Walter Moore ............_...._........ 4.55
ing ocean breezes which keep most i Lot 14 Block 146 ............ /-;:,', Walter Moore .........--............... 3.70

Florida days comfortable we are sure IIJ I I t. Lot 15 Block 146 ........ '. ..:.Y: ::. Sadie O'l\Iera. .......................... 3.70 .
that every citizen would vote to do COURSE ";. Lot 10 Block 151 ......._..'.. I ":I. :. Elmer G. Case ......._... ....m__.._ 3.70

so. This we cannot do but we can \ :: Lot .11 Block 151. __.._....... \1"- Elmer G. Case ...............-........ 4.55'
''' Elmer G. Case ............ ....... 3.70
suggest to the people who are suf- ; :. Lot 12 Block 151 .._........: ', -- -
fering so from the heat at this time :. Lot 13 Block 151 ............ :, .:. Elmer G. Case ........................ 3.3G
that Florida is ; I ;: Lots 1, 2, 3" Block 152,00 : :,.,;\", G: L. Es'pcnlaub :....--............. 51.30
as pleasant a sum-
-I :. Lot 4 Block 152 ........__.. i .,,: First Bank of Clewis ton .......1.17.30
mer resort; as it is 'a winter play- ., ;. Lots 5, 6, 7, Block 152 .... jJ::;: H. Etherton .........-.......-..-----... 37.70
ground and'we believe that the nation :: Lot 11 Block 152 ............ ;:"\'fJ;:' First Bank of Clewis ton ........ 7.10
will sooner or'later discover I :. Lot 12 Block 152 __......__.. : f- :. First Bank: of Clewiston ....::.. 7.10S.
this to be true. : 35 ft. Lot 1 Block 15.6 : 'l First Bank of Clewistop -..-.... 37.70

'. Lot 4 mock 156 ............ :..:' \." C. C. Klutts ......--.................... 7.10
100 DEGREES TEMPERATURE ;: IE% Lot 5 mock 156 ._.. ;.i .: C. C. Christian ......................... 20.70
'
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RECORDED AT SOUTH BAYA :. N3. Lot 5, Lot 6, Block .. ,
Open the Public' :. 156 ___........................... '.' ': ; '. Elmore k Chagaris ........-..... 27.80
illModerate
;' Lot 7 Block 156 ............ :.x !;:: George A. Heinz .-..............-... 7.10
portion of the Everglades came :: Lot 1 Block 159 ..........-- .' i '; Theo. Gottleibt ._......._.............._ 3.02

very close to getting in the same .;: Lot 6 Block 161 .........-.. ',.'.( r:: Geo. Crowder .........:...: .......... 2.00
:. Lot 7 Block 161 ....__...... -? :{;..- Geo. Crowner _.......n.m 2.00
class as some of the northern, cities :' Lot 2 Bloch 162 _........... ; ;' l\Irs.J.'D. J..rederickm............. 3.02
Thursday when .a temperature maximum ;: Lot 6 Block 162 .......,.... ':,; ;' J. C. Windheim .................... 3,02:
of 100 degrees was recorded at :' Lot 12 Block 162 .-........;. :;. Ruth n. J3eardsley ............._.. 5.40
'. 1 Lot 15 Block 163 ......_..... .'I"'.. E. L. Alston ..-.......................... .1.55
the United States Sugar Corporation ::: Lot 14 Block 167 ...........d Emory J. Thomas ...-........-...... 3.70 ..,1
camp at South Bay. The maximum ; :. Lot 15 Block 167 ......_..... ,', Nora D. Ott ........-....,....: ....,... 3.70
reported here at the same time was ;: ;: Lot 16 Block 167 ......-._... ) Emory J. Thomas ............-... 3.70Lot
Green Fees 17 Block 167 .._...._.... Emory J. Thomas ................ 3.70
95 degrees.So L; :. Lot 18 Block 167 ............. Pete 1\1. Lanehart' .....---........- 3.70
far as we have been able to ;: Lot 19 Block 167 ........... Pete 1\1. Lanehart .........,........ 3.70
learn this Is the first time this sUIl1--1 : Exceptional Fairways r. Lot 20 Block 167 .......-.... L. V. Gere ................................ 3.70
;. Lot 2 Block 168 ....m..... James Hartz .....---.................-.. 3.70
mer that the temperature has reached -) Interesting Greens :: Lot 1 Block 169 __.......... Rebecca Lutz ----...................... 8.80

the century mark in this section. Lot 8 lllock 170 ............ Victor Baron ...._........_....._...... 3.70

A week of comparatively dry weather -! t: Lot ,9. Block 170 ........._.. Victor Baron .......................... 3.70
.18 Block 170 ............ Joseph Walton Smith ............ 3.70
is probably the cause for the high U !
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tN:N:N:..:M:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:L:N:N:..:-:NN:N Nf'i Luther W. Jones, of Belle Glade, was in Detroit at the time of the first office of Winter Haven's daily news- I convention, evolved in such a way ,_

'ij was a business visitor in 'Clewiston operation. paper as payment for advertising.After that the President and congress

:|:j Personal MentionJohn ::E: this morning.Mrs. Mrs. VonMach who remained in a rest over the week-end, I either must accede or be deposed. .. :f

.s. Detroit is just recovering from an the bond is being given another push Secretary Dyer stated that 20 na- -

...N..M.N.N..N......Nti. .NON. ...t.....N..N.MAN N..N..N..N.NON. .N.N..N.:. operation as is Mrs. Edna Blake, an- this week by the newspaper editor tionally known speakers will address --1
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Winnie Kelsey and E. C. Al-
other sister of Mr. VonMach's. His who insists that the debt-paying emissary the convention. Congressman Wil)1
Lucaa returned Monday from
bertson of Weirsdale, arrived Fridayto
'- a two weks vacation in New York. visit Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peters. mother, whose golden wedding anni- is still "goln strong." liam Lemke, third-party presidential ; ;,

versary he attended in June has hada candidate, Dr. Clinton Wunder, Con- ,
Peters LaDeen and ,
Mrs. daughter, ,
Miss Billie Hooker is visiting stroke of paralysis and is confined LABOR HEAD URGES gressman Martin Sweeney and national ,
II Mrs. W. F. Simpson met them in
friends in Jacksonville this week.' Fort Myers. in the hospital at this time. The ELECTION OF PEPPER Townsend officials will bo '. ''i'. :?

excessive heat, Mr. VonMach says, presented at the convention. .:,.

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Munroe returned has made it difficult for, sick patientsto Tallahassee, July 16 (FNS-) The city of Cleveland in gala at- :':

last Friday night from a vacation Mrs. J. E. Johnson, Mrs. J. F. Tip- make much progress toward re telegram received this week by tire, featuring her Great Lakes exposition :,

visit in Miami Beach.Z. pey, Mrs. H. M. Melton and Holmes covery. Wendell Heaton, president of the looks forward to the convention -,'
and Howell Melton were visitors'in
Florida Federation or aLbor, from which, officials claim willbring ,
G. Meredith 'spent several days West Palm Beach Wednesday. EMPLOYMENT: OFFICE IS William Green, president of the national 30,000 people to this city, The ..

,I this week in Jacksonville on busi -- MOVED TO CITY HALL organization, urged the Flor- Great Lakes Exposition has desig- '?5I

ness. Sheriff C. S. Dishong, of Hardee ida officials and the workers of nated July 18 Townsend day; and ,;
,I -- County, was here Tuesday on business The offices of the Florida State Florida to support Claude Pepper, a special program of events honoring "

Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle returned connected with the investigation Employment Service, successors to Democratic candidate for the sen- the delegates is being arranged. ;

Monday from a visit with relativesin of'the Adkinson murder which the National Re-employment Service,' ate seat left vacant by the death of ConscioUs that pensions of some '<:

i Graceville. was committed recently near Wau- were moved this week from the Hop-i Duncan U. Fletcher.. sort will result from the Townsend .1":

chula. kins Building 'where they have been President's Green's message to movement, officials of the Florida ';';

Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roberts spent located for several months, into tho Heaton said: "Because of 'the, gen- Exhibit are taking steps to impress .. ., }
the week-end fishing on the East city hall where they will occupy the erally fair and just attitude' which visitors from the convention with ::
Leonard Sink, of Detroit, Mich., front rooms. ," 5
Coast. Honorable Claude Pepper has shown the opportunities Florida offers the }
is 'the guest of his nephew, M. E.
No for the
reason was given manor
woman having a pension. ;
toward labor and the general poli- ;"
I Cedar- I for a month. Mr. Sink change by B. F. Brown, manager, cies of the Ame.\can Federation of Crowds attending the Florida Manor "
A. L. Morgan was called to :
states that his first visit to this :
sec- other than that the work could be I continue ,.
to increase.
And Florida'sparticipation
Labor, I am confident the best inter- ;
,
town, Ga., last week by the serious tion was to Moore Haven fifteen ll"
more easily handled in a location
illness of his mother. ests of the working people of Flor- is recognized, both- by ': ,
at which time Clewiston
years ago less public.'Spadaro. -
exposition officials and the
ida and'throughout the nation will public ,::..
was known only as and Point. ,
Miss Frances Morgan and Miss best be served through his nomina- as being one of the most interest- ::

: Margaret Morgan were West Palm Will Soon tion and election to the United ing, educational and unique features ;

Beach visitors Monday. Keathley Bowden returned this States Senate. of the fair. $

morning from a ten day vacation Finish At LocksMoore "For this very good reason I am f' "

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Land and son, trip to Hendersonville, N. Carolina urging you, your official associatesand HOW MANY DRINKS? :

,M Gene, and Wilbur Goff spent Tues- where he visited Mrs. Dowde. "-anc1 ( Haven Democrat) workers of Florida to give Mr.

day in West Palm Beach. their sons, Kay and Paul, who 'are Pepper your united and enthusiastic -
Bruce Johnson, who is supervising : DeLand, July 16 (FNS).How many <
spending the summer in the moun- "
Miss Carle Hendry of Jacksonville tains.: the removal of the old lock structureand support. drinks are there in a two and one- ",';

I is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harvey the several thousand yards of half foot ear of corn? Maybe hecan't :

Guthrie. material to be excavated, for the ""WE LIKE FLORIDA" SAYS tell you the answer, but Fred "r:
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jenkins and "
Spadaro Construction Company stat TEACHERS' TOUR HEAD Lang, local negro gardner, can pro- .
I son, Jimmy, visited briefly hen ed yesterday that the tedious workof --- I duce the ear in question. A few ..'
Fred Weinberg, of Jacksonville, 'Wednesday evening en route to Can- '
removing the broken pieces of "We like Florida very much and weeks ago Fred planted four rows of .(.
was transacting. business here sever al Peint where Mr. Jenkins has been .
concrete from the canal after the are always glad to get an opportunity I a new type of corn and sits back now ,c,
al days the first of the week. transferred by the U. S. Engineersto
walls had been dynamited, had been to visit here," E., L. Blair, manager in wonder as his crop is, stretchingout ',i
work on the'revetment. They have! completed and the work from now of the eastern division of the to surprising length. And every .,

Myron Randman, of Atlanta, arrived been in Ocala for several months. on would progress rapidly. Greater University of Tours, stated ear is normally filled with plump "rr 1

this week to spend the summer -- Completion of this gap will leave this week. kernels. ,;:

with his aunt, Mrs. G. Small. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and only swo small gaps between the new -
I The division, comprised of 200 Fred plans to send several ears
daughter, Mary Kay, returned Sun- lock structure and the point on i
school teachers representing more from his corn patch to Earl W. ;
Mr. and Mis. L. S. Schuck from week's visit in Brunswickand Three-Mile canal where McWilliaras' I
were day a than 30 different states, started July Brown at Cleveland for' display in :
called to Washington, Indiana, Tues- other South Georgia towns. big steam dragline is now working. '
4th in Dallas after a visit to the the Florida exhibit at the Great :'
day by the 'illness of Mr. Schuck's Their older daughter, Ann, remained This, machine should finish withina Texas Centennial. From its first hopto Lakes exposition, for according to .
mother. to spend the summer in 'a girl's very short time as close to the be-
New Orleans the party reached the gardner, his corn is "cawn whutis
camp on St. Simon's Island and visiting ginning of the other machine's sec- Pensacola then Tallahassee and from cawn."

Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Allen returned her grand-parents at Mt. Pleasant tion at Lake Hicpoohee as it is pos- Tampa will take in other interesting I
I Ga.YOUNG. sible for the heavy machine tp go '
Monday from a visit with their points over the state.
due to soft fill. GRAPEFRUIT CHAMPAGNE WINS :
son, John Allen, in Newport News, Traveling in: five large buses, the APPROVAL OF PRES. HOOSE\rELT '

Ta. PEOPLE'S UNION members of the party, hold regular

MEETS HERE TUESDAYVonMach BABY BOND BOOSTS BUSINESS classes each morning, ,in addition to I

J. Irwin Davis, of Albany, Ga., sight-seeing, and receive college Orlando, July 16 (FNSA bottle -

Southeastern Representative for the The Everglades Young People's Winter' Haven, July 16 (FNS- credits for: their work. Mr., Blair of champagne produced in this

Caterpillar Tractor Company was Union, composed of young' people's At least one U. S. baby bond is as terms the project "a sort of summer city won the approval of President

here for several days this week on organizations from churches in Lake busy as a bond can be at doing a school and tour combined." Roosevelt ,at a ,recent public func-

business. communities, held a meeting here "man-sized" job. I tion, according to the magazine

-- Tuesday evening at the Community A local business man recently con- DR. TOWNSEND TO PRESENT "Business Week".

Dr. O. F. Schiffli spent several church. Representatives from the ceived the idea of putting a $50.00 STARTLING PLAN AT MEETING The, president, says the.magazine,

days this week in North Carolina young people's societies of Pahokee, baby bond to work to see how drained a glass of the new product,

j on business. While there he will visit Belle Glade, South Bay and Lake quickly it could circulate 100 times Cleveland, July 16 (FNS).-Dr. and judging from his pleased expres-

I his family who are spending the Harbor were present at the meeting, and pay off $5,000 worth of debts. Frank Dyer, secretary of the National sion, it "hit the spot".

I :summer at Highlands.Miss Pahokee winning the''banner for having Beginning its task at a filling sta-I Townsend convention, scheduledto The industry of wine and distilled

the most members present. tion, paying for gasoline and service, be held here July 16-18, announced beverages produced 'from citrus is

Rhea Matteson of Erie, 'Pa., There was a round-table talk on the bond traveled through an automobile -I that at that time Dr. E. F. Town- classed among the infants of' recent

visited here this week with her aunt, crime at the business meeting and as agency as payment on a new send will reveal a startling plan to years' experimentation in commercialization -

Miss Laura Matteson. They will leave an entertainment feature an amateur car, into a men's haberdashery shop, I bring consumation of the old age of citrus' products and

tomorrow to spend 'several'weeks visiting program was held. Taking part to a grocery store, and landed in the i pension plan, a few weeks, after the I I, by-products.

'points of interest in Florida. ill the amateur program were Carlton ; ,
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: Prevatt with a song; Barbara

Smith, a tap dance; Julia Ann, Og-
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward and
lesby, Carlye Hendry and Mrs. B.
daughters, Grace and Mildred, left :
! E. Herring, piano solos; Grace' Mc-. \
Monday to
. spend two weeks with relatives -
Clenthian and 'Heloice Robinson,
and friends in North Flor-
ida. songs. I SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS \

Refreshments were served at the

close of the meeting.
/ Mrs. V. ,A. Allen returned home
Those present from Clewistonwere
Saturday morning from West Palm :
: Misses Dorothy Hare, Ethel
Beach where she has been
recuper- Willis, 'Gladys Willis{ Carlye Hendry -
ating from .a recent operation of Dividends of
per- Record
Barbara Smith, Julia Ann Ogles- : '
formed at Good Samaritan '
Hospital. jy and Bernice Guthrie and Bill l" '>-" ,'-::,'" : ,:; ,;. :rj.: :" Clewiston Home Building Association

Mr and Mrs. Newton Lewis of Owen Moltz,, Bob Carlton Patterson Prevatt, Dick, Trevalyn Patterson 0' ":;\':'> ;:i,.:, ,:,.:,::' .:'; ";<",',J,
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and Mrs. H. H. Turner. Mr. Lewis is Owen Winn. : :: .':-: (; '
YEAR PERCENT YEAR PEHCEx'r.
chief game conservation officer for \
this district.Ed. ,: IJ ': t r 6
I MRS. ALSTON'S FATHER DIES : 1928 5.5''1933

AT HOME IN GEORGIA ",:; :"' >:\' ';:,; 1929 7 1934 6 .'
Clark
Harry Knight, Luther '" C . II-:
Lowe and Ed Ward motored to Bra-: :: :,', ': 6
1935
denton Mis. D. G. Alston received the sad : : : ', I 1930 ", 4 ,
Sunday where Ed Clark remained '; / ., .,; ,
news Sunday night of the death of ".." ., "' '" I 1931 I .. 4 193 6. 6 :
to play baseball with the ; :'. .. ,: : : ,. ,. .. :
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i Bradenton team in the Orange Belt her father, J. J. Albright, at his ,',.,' ''''_.".o.!,.......,.">,: ':.:.;: :': ; 6' ,, ,. ," ,'
: home' in Columbus, Ga. The news 1932
League during the summer. : ; '
came not unexpectedly as he had : C'5: i .
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Mr. and Mrs. A. H. king and been in ill health for the past two ? 7"'F I _

daughter months. He was 63 years of age., I I
1 Elizabeth Winn, left Sun- "
day for Lake Worth where Mrs. King He is survived by his widow and : .'' CALL BY ,(;THE HOMEBUILDING -
and Elizabeth will remain Mrs./ Alston, his only child. He has '/- "
for
several -! .
two OFFICE FIRST
weeks. Mr. King returned here' surviving sisters, Mrs. Hicks

Sunday night. Forte Columbus.and Mrs. J. Patterson. bothof Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND


Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee and Funeral services were held Tues return. Home Building has never paid TALK THINGS OVER.

j son, Wilbur, and daughter, Rhunelle day afternoon with the Methodist dividends of less than 4 percent per year. '

and Miss Mignonc St. Martin and minister at Columbus officiating. ,I
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Hor. of Belle Burial was made at Pine Grove cem- In these days of reduced interest on savings

Glade 'enjoyed a fish fry' at Fort My etery at Pheonix, Ala. accounts, and reduced returns on other ,

ers Beach Sunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alston left for Co- '
forms of investment Home Building offers (
-- lumbus immediately upon receipt of ,, .
H. L. Delaney, who has been the message telling of his death and the conservative, thrifty investor the in- -' ,,,
I the guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Mrs. Alston will remain in Columbus' )
l best suited his needs. Investigate )
Turner, for several days left this for two or three weeks with her mc.- vestment to

I' f t'I week for Haines City where she will ther.M. Clewiston Home Building Asso'
visit relatives before returning to
I' 1 her home in LaBelle. ciation whether intend investing as .
I I .. : K. VOXIACII LEARNS ; you CLEWISTONHOME I

! OP DEATH OF SISTKRM. little as $5.00 per month or as much as'
Grover Poole, of Canal Point, visited BUILDING

: ,I Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford E. VonMach received word $,1 ,OOO.OQ.i i in a lump sum, you'll find a

'I Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Poole recently Tuesday afternoon of ,the death of Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements. ASSOCIATION

I moved from Ocala to Canal his sister, Mrs. Anna Flattery, of PHONES 102103I

: Point where Mr. Poole will be con- Grosse Pointe, Mich., at a hospitalin .

nected with the revetment work on Detroit where she had been operated -

.' the East Shore levee' by the U. S. upon for a second time in an I

f i Engineers. effort to save her life. :Mr.: VonMach


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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1936DragonsDrive





Answer Took Wind Q

Out of His Sails

You
The late Duke of Buccleuch,

when Lord Dalkeith, sat in the

house of commons for several

years. Once, :while canvassing

his constituency, he met an old

: : By EDWIN BALMER : : farmer and solicited his vote.

The farmer did not know the

i noble candidate.

Copyright by Edwin Balmer "WNU ffarvlco "But you know his father, the
duke?" said a helper.

, "Aye, I know the duke-he's
':. SYNOPSISJeb were stooping, probably, to see exact. and said to her: "Mr. Nordell-is an you were a surgeon, they couldn't call gran' mon;" said the farmer. a

ly what Myrtle Lorrie's soft, sensuous I assistant state's attorney." you an ambulance chaser. You leaveIt "Then you'll surely vote for his

, Braddon, young and fantastically band had done. How many times had "Miss Glenelth-this is Miss Agnes behind. Did you start from your son."

successful broker of Chicago, Is Infatuated she shot her husband? I Glenelth, Mr. Nordell-Is a daughterof office after or before the shooting?" "I'm no sure of that," said the

I". with Agnes Glenelth. beautiful That petty, particular curiosity Robert C. Gleneith. She says, and The tension in Agnes' feeling tight farmer. "It's
.:. \ daughter of a retired ,manufacturer. no every coo that
" \, Rodney, a doctor In love with Agnes. strangely plagued Agnes. How long he says"-Dolega Jerked toward Col- ened. So these men not only were an- has a cauff like hersel'."London
:.y visits his brother, Jeb. Rod plans work they had been married. How long ver-"that he was showing her a flat ; tagonists, but they had fought before, Tit-Bits.
:. at Rochester. Jeb suggests that he had it been? and they Just happened to come in bitterly and without forgiveness on

t make a try for Agnes before leaving. Agnes had to ask it, though she nere. It looks as If It might be so." one side, at least. A SELFISH WANT
. In Rod there Is a deeper, obstinate "
r. decency than In Jeb. Agnes believes spoke in that awful silence. "How "It Is so, said Agnes ; but fear for She took sides ; she could not helpIt. He who goes round about in his

" to be happy, a girl must bind herself long were you married?" It came herself had reached her at last. The man whom she had asked to requests wants
commonly
q' entirely to a man and have adorablet out in a whisper. "Ready to look'at it?" Dolega asked come'stood before the four and a little than he chooses to more
to
t babies. Rod visits Agnes and tells her the attorney. appear want.
,,', of his great desire, but realizes It can "Two ;years," Myrtle Lorrie whispered away from the wall. Whatever else Lavater.
tr'. never be fulfilled. Agnes' mother Is attempting back. "My God, two years !I" Agnes' eyes followed Dolega's gray he was, he was Incomporable to any
it' to regain her husband's love From the bedroom there came; no head and Mr. Nordell's round, bald of them ; his was the mold of another
i. Agnes has disturbing doubts as to what voice spot at the crown of his head as they order of man. It had shaped his
word nor of any sort-merely a
W'. attracts her father in New' York. Jeb went to the bedroom. It was at this head so that your eyes lingered look-
': her, succession of slight, rasping, mechan-
1; tells Agnes he Is going to marry i r
moment that she realized that they
and together they view an apartment ical sounds. ing at him-lingered on the line of

i;... In Chicago. Jeb asks Agnes to set an Myrtle Lorrie could stand this no were not going to that room merelyto his good lips that he kept shut lest ,?ail
F.h early date, but she tells him she can- see what was there, but that their he speak too soon, on the cleft of his e 'VI
:(' not marry him. When the agent, Mr. longer. She dragged herself up until purpose was to collect proof that Myr- clean-cut chin, on his fine broad brow
f: Colver, offers to show them a furnished she supported herself on her own feet ;
tle LorrIe had killed her husband so
and his bold black hair. He held his
'K apartment, Jeb asks Agnes to see It and she screamed. She convulsed her
return to his that they could have her killed-have head with a little lift that liked.
:.;. alone, saying he must but her you H
office. Agnes consents and Jeb leaves. arms tighter, scream gave her life, In her turn, taken from her. He stepped unhindered past the police -

,. A radio Is blaring terrifically from one Agnes strength to throw her off.* Agnes Her warm, soft, sensuous life that and to the center of the room, -
tt of the apartments. Colver raps uponb" was free, and she staggered off
she loved sot! Agnes gazed at her, where Myrtle Lorrie clung to her ref- > Coleman
the door which Is opened by a scantily from her, shivering. :...
": ; J clad glri, who draws Agnes Into the huddled in her big chair, her sensa- uge In her soft chair.
"
(1:: J); room. Colver finds her husband, Charles 0. K., Ulrich? calmly inquired a tions sweeping over her; she was "I'm O'Mara," he said to her. "Did SELF-HEATINO
IY-". ...' Lorrie, fatally shot. He calls 'the police voice from the bedroom. frightened as she had not been before. you ask for me?" The Coleman is pen- I RON
::- Myrtle Lorrie asks Agnes to phone "Go right ahead replied Ulrich nine Instant Lighting Iron.
;
Cathal O'Mara lawyer to come at "When's he goln' to -come? she She caught his hand, but be disen- All yon have to do in torn a valve BtrRce a match
a .
.- but footsteps, which proved to be Dolegn's "Oh God when'she and It light instantly. You don't have to insert
Ei;;: once. Agnes does. gasped at Agnes. gaged It. the match inside tho Iron-no burned fingers
t;, :. approached. At sight of him. goin' to come?" "Did you ask Miss Glenelth to send The Coleman heats in a jiffy; ii quickly readr
for use. Entire surface ia heated with
f": ironing
": Myrtle Lorrie stumbled backward and "Who?" said Agnes. "Bert?" For for me?" point\ tho hottest Maintains Its heat even tor-
' CHAPTER II dropped into her big soft chair. I the fast worker Entirely selfheatingOperates,
suddenly she remembered Myrtle's cry "Yes. For God's sake, save me, save for He an hour. You do your Ironing with leu
".,' -rj- Some change glowed In Lieutenant ,Into the phone: "Oh, God, Bert !1" me !" effort Iron is in tho one-third genuine less Instant-Lighting time Be ear your Coleman.next
'O'Mara's' got to get me out of Dolega's and his lips when he It's the iron every woman wants. It's a wonder
' ., eyes; Who was Bert, and what was he to "I must find how things are. Mean- fat timo and labor saver-nothing like I'. The
,. this He can get me out," Mrs. Lor- spoke, moved less than before. His her? while, 'ou-" He spoke in a lower Coleman SEND POSTCARD is the easy for way FREE to Fold.r iron.and Fill OcUlta.

Tie assured herself, "if he wants tol I eyes noticed none of the others ; from Myrtle pinked from one of the hot tone, swiftly, his voice continuing In THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
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; You stand by me I I'm Myrtle-' the: moment he reappeared, he cen- flushes that swept her, and then went definite, curt admonitions.. But now PhIJac1olplua P pt WU316,I'a.;WlchlU Lot K.AM;!M,Call Chlcwo.*. (6J15W Ill;

+ Myrtle Stiver Lorrie. You call me tered on Myrtle. pale. "Shut up about Bert!I" she Nordell and Dolega were beside him;

: Myrtle You're Agnes._ "Well," he said, "I saw what's done. gasped, barely audibly. "Where's that there was a clash of words from which

'+ Agnes did not answer; ,she contin- Who did It?" damn lawyer of mine?" emerged a sudden truce. A RarityA

,; ued to step back away from the hands "I don't know I don't know !I" So It was not horror that swept her "I'mtaking you out of this," Mar-' perfectly just and sound mindis

;;. seeking her. She stared at the hands, "Were you here?" horror at what she had done. That tin O'Mara said to Agnes Gleneith, a rare and valuable gift.IOC .

4,.: white and soft and sensuous, and with "No ; I came In I tell you I came must have been in it, but chiefly It looking down at her "Not all the

scarlet stain on the nails ; and she In !1" she was shrieking now. "I came was fear, and her longing for life, way out, I'm sorry to say; we'll be

thought of one of those hands-the for her own sensations to continue In long before being through with you. 25CSo

right one-holding a pistol, and that her soft, warm body, no matter what But we've.no. need to keep you here,

weak forefinger, with its scarlet stain, she had done. distressing you, when so many more

pulling the trigger once, twicethreetimes \ is e er There was a new knock at the door.It must soon be coming." 0
c s s sn
? was not loud ; the man was not "Many more?" repeated Agnes, lookIng II B B A HaJH gggf B aa BBQ Hra MjCai B Bf BBl BlJi W'

Someone. rapped a demand for ad- striking with his knuckles. He tapped up at him. For Biliousness Sour Stomach,

mittance upon the door; and Colver with a finger-tip which said : "Take "Faith," he said, "faith, they've bare- Flatulence; Nausea and Sick

opened itThree your choice : admit me or take the ly begun to come." Headache; due to Constipation.

men had come, none of themIn t / consequences." How gentle he could be, this best

uniform ; but they were the police Ulrich opened the door. damn lawyer in town who could face

They stepped in, instantly the door G I "I'm coming in, Ulrich" off four men and lay down his own ,

,j was opened. 1 Ulrich let him In ; and his presencewas conditions of truce with them r.y PIMPLES

like an alarm, calling Nordell The of his words al- _
The nearest man was the shortest very way was i' from surface conditions,
: of the three, but he was tall enough; and Dolega from the bedroom ; and tered when he spoke to her. No accent need not be endured.

he was straight and alert-looking and ff the fourth man (some one called him crept In ; he spoke as before, but :' Make your skin clearer

.; wiry. He was gray-eyed, and there Jensen) followed them. So the three he let you feel, through the phrases and smoother with

was gray In his hair. Agnes had no police in plain-clothes and the assist- that' came to him unbidden, his closeness I'>. 3'ResinoL
,,eI ant state's attorney confronted the and accustom to plain people of hQ

corn-1, young man who had come in. ready emotion and sentiment, and

ger than he, and younger. He was tall but not quite so tall as simple speaking.
t Jeb-and Rod. Why did Agnes' mind "One' thing we'll be needing," he
; The last man In had quickly closed
suddenly flee to them? Her thought added. "It's him who came with you. Wl
the door behind him, and he posted '
:'"' I caught them only In a flash of comparison You've not named him, I hear; but it's
himself with his back against it; the -rpoit'" i1MALARIA
; for this man was of their. got to be. Who was he?"
other man advanced with his leader.
Agnes found that she had retreated age, with some quality like Rod-or "Mr. Braddon," said Agnes. "Jeb-
like Jeb ; which was it? She was con- Judson E. Braddon."
as they came in, or she had let "
fused, responding to the new emotional "You and he came here, I took It, VNCf Xu v;.>... : .
Myrtle Lorrie pull her back to the
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tension. not knowing these people." Good General TonicUSED
center of the room; for she was stand- ;
Ing there with Myrtle Lorrie's arms i r'Vl The feeling of conflict filled the "N 0." lOR ijBSj TEAiRSlIf
room. These men were antagonistsone "You came to look'over these apart-
clasped tight about her. "
against the four. ments, because you were marrying.
These police in ordinary clothes -
The one by himself stood easily, but "Yes," said Agnes, "because we were
were looking at her-at her and Myr-
tle Lorrie. on watch. He was not on guard ; for marrying." Weak Run-Down
'Y to feel one on guard, you feel him And this brought her back to that; ,
"You live here?" the -gray man said thrown back into an attitude of de she had come here considering the Feeling Sluggish

", to' Myrtle. "You're the wife?" i "Shut Up About Bert!" She Gasped, fense. It was the four who confronted idea of marrying Jeb ; that meant be- 1

( But the wife did not answer; so Barely Audibly.In him who, you felt, were on guard ; coming his wife in rooms like these Cleanse your intestines or: waste 4

Agnes did. "Yes, she lives here ; she's he was alone, but It was he who would, upstairs. She could never, never tinue matter-don't to accumulate allow and poisons break to down con
the wife." ; and there he was Oh, my God,
Into such rooms now.
at the opportunity, strike. move your vitality and health. For bili-
.,:"- "Who are you?" there he was !1" Agnes did not begin to comprehendhow She looked at the girl in the big ousness, dizzy spells, sick headaches,
=: "I don't live "So what did you do?" stomach bad breath, or lack
J; ,here, said Agnes. "I her presence influenced every soft chair. "How could she do it? upset
,t "What of appetite, due to constipation, take
?
,' just happened to come in." her horror to O'Mara.
thing that followed. It was her Intru- she whispered Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxa-
t:. "You mean you're a friend of hers?" "What did you do You took off sion and the consequent Involvementof He shook 'hIs head. "When such a tive Powder for quick relief. It la

.. "No." your clothes and turned on the radio I Agnes Gleneith In the murder of thing is done, you don't do It. No ; mild-but effective-it acts gently

:.: "How did you happen to come In?" and sat here," Dolega' supplied. He Charles LorrIe that the case would you never do it," he said. "It's your yet thoroughly and removes that

,('..,, "I'll\ tell you," Colver now hurried spoke, almost casually, to Colver. turn upon. O'Mara had had nearly i dragons you have in you that drive the clogged large condition yellow tin of the box bowels.from your Get

to help her. "I'll tell you, Lieutenant "The pistol back there ; did you pickIt twenty minutes In which to appreciate ; you to it""Your druggist. Price 25c.

?f: Dolega. I was showing her, and up 7""Yes that fact; and he had required not dragons? What do you mean?"/ HITCHCOCK'SLaxative

i,<,, the gentleman with her, some apartments sir; I saw there were four one-he had felt It Immediately. I "You know naught of them? DR. -

1; ,: I had ,them upstairs; then chambers discharged ; then I put it "You're quick ,on a case, O'Mara," God has been good to you." Powder

!' the gentleman had to go ; but she back right where It was." incautiously Nordell cut at him. "If (TO BE CONTINUED) "

{ stayed. We heard the radio going Inhere Dolega turned to Agnes. "Now 1 I

; we knocked-" need your name." WNU-7 29-36

I':'. Colver's quick, incoherent words ran Agnes gave It. If It meant anything Human Body Serves as Radio, Enabling

-: over each other, and Lieutenant Dole to him, he did not betray the fact. Persons to Communicate Long Distancessage.

ga let him go on. At the end, he "Where do you live?"
il asked one question : She told him.
% Thought waves will be the means of After a while the nurse who was e o e
,- "Where is it? "Who was you with when you
enabling'persons thousands of miles acting as receiver stated that she felta
: "Down there." said "
Colver; and came?
I. Lieutenant Dolega and the other man Agnes shook her head ; she would apart to communicate with one an- sharp, burning sensation on the tip DO you suffer burning, scanty or
moved other, according to Professor Cal- of her tongue, pains on both cheeks frequent urination; backache,
away. not tell. She was In this, but she
and the left wrist, also a peculiar feel- headache dizziness loss of
legaris, an Italian mental specialist. energy,
The man at the door had notebook would Jeb
C' a keep out. She was In no
! He there are three "communi- ing of heaviness on top of her head leg pains, swellings and puffiness
In his hand, and his pencil kept writ- condition to appreciate that this was says under the ? Are tired ;
I Ing. Impossible. cating disks" in the human body-one and "emptiness" at the lower part of ous-feel eyes all unstrung you and ,don'tknow nerv iv

t f Lieutenant Dolega and his man, who There was a noise in the outer on the right side of the neck, one be- the brain. Presently she stated that what is wrong?
behind she could see a network of white radiations -
ankle
one
the calf and the ,
had accompanied him hall. Some knocked In tween Then
II were walkingvery one a sharp give some thought to your
slowly. Would they never get commanding manner. the Index finger of the right hand. undulating like the waves of kidneys. Be sure they (function proper-,
I describes one of the sea, all round the body of the oth- for functional disorder
Professor Callegarls ly kidney
"
there? Agnes pulsed with Impatience.The "Hello, Ulrich, Agnes heard In tbe- per-
follows She then said that the oth- mits waste to in the blood
nurse.
I his recent experiments as : er excess stay ,
calmness, the deliberation of these silence which ensued when the door
Two nurses were blindfolded and er nurse was telling her about one of and to poison and upset the whole
police In ordinary clothes, tantalized was opened.
seated ten feet apart facing each oth the patients in the hospital, mentioning system.
her. She watched them Ulrich ,
slowly pro- repeated a name which Agnes -
Use Doan's Pills. Doan's
for the
his
aluminium his name and describing symp- are
ceed, studying the walls and the floor did not catch ; and he admitted er. A small capsule of was kidneys only;They are recommendedthe
s The who "transmitted"the
of the passage; when they were out with some deference, a man of me- placed on each nurse's neck at the toms. nurse world over. You can get the gen.

of sight, she listened for some outcry dium height, self-confident and half spot where the human receiving and message agreed that this was cor- uine, time-tested Doan's at any drug

I such as Mr. Colvfr had made. bald. He was altogether different from transmitting apparatus is supposed to rect.-Montreal Herald. store.

But there was none. the first three. He was whiter and be situated. One of the nurses was

They must have reached "it"-this softer of flesh and wore the marksof asked to transmit her thoughts on a Find By-Product D

girl's husband, shot and dead upon education along with his authority."Mr. subject In which both were interested, Hemlock bark, waste material of the t

the floor They had stopped and Nordell," Dolega called him, and the other to try to receive the mes- pulp Industry is rich in tannin





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Epigrams From: THE CHEERFUL 'CHERUB J '. .

Pen of Mark Twain ':';i

OUR COMIC SECTION There are people'who.can do all I picked(;: ft>, lot of Flower ,'". :

fine and heroic things butone- tods. ... .;
keep. from telling theirhappinessto '
the unhappy. How soon they met. 1 )

Spending one's capital is 'feed- their doom !, ..3
ing a .dog on his own. tail.. roust
It: be. Fierce, to
,
A man should not be Without
Kind Hearted
FINNEY OF THE FORCED be, bod
1e morals-it is better to have bad fc.
ESES -- : morals than none at alL And
:: never-et
ON-ER I fou If you tell the truth"you .don.'t '.
to bloom. .
ANY-V 4c NO IIJPAD6WRONCr COME IN .OUT OFITHE have, to remember "anything. ,\.
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2 The. recurrent dr'eam-mine is (Rn CAM _'_ _.' ____.. __
$ IEZ MR.2 CNRLL-vJI4AT OI'LL EST appearing before a lecture 'audience -'. 1
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IS IT ? STNEP IMSOIDE in' my shirt-tail, a most disagreeable .
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A MWNITOI'VE dream.-F.rpni. "Mark (
CzoT SPECIALTHE Twain's Notebook," edited by A1-

r SUMMONS bert Bigelow Paine... .(Harper .&, .
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I l! Luxurious. Peacock.Motif The. Expensive Kicker ::

To Do in Cross:{:" Stitch Cheerfulness< promotes.prosperity -', '.:
; creates harmony', increases "J
.efficiency. .Cheerfulness is the' )
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r .antithesis of the dumps, the blues 1
'and. of the swan song"What's .,'
f .31 the use of anything? Nothing; at i
: L 1 / all.' The funeral-faced man, thechronic -,
I ti grouch ,the kicker- the

1 S ; 'frJ'k.' -, knocker and the al\vays-on-the- ,.i;
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PAGE EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAYr JULY 17, 108OF' .

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I Continued. from Page 4) r Lot R Block 359 _........... Dr. Samuel Fisher ................ 3.02M.
Lot 12 Block 171 ............ Lesle E. Kemp ........................ 5.06 Lot 18 Block 360 ......... W. Young ........................ 3.02
: S.- l'. S. OFFICE CLOSED 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
B. F. Brown, district managerof Lot 4 Block 172 ............ Joseph W. Smith ........._...."...... 4.04 Lot 6 Block 361 ......;.__.. W. H. Bryan ........_..._............... 3.02
the Florida State Employment Lot 7 Block 172 ............' E. C. Cole .........._..................... 4.04 Lot 7 Block 361 ............ W. H. Bryan ............................: 3.02.
Service, successors to the Na- Lot 10 Block 172 ............ Emanuel F. Selz .................... 4.04 Lot 8 ,Block 361 ............ O. C. Bryan ............................ 3.02
tional Re-employment Service, Lot 11 Block 172 ............ Mrs. J. E. Frederick ............ 4.38 Lot 9 Block 361 ...::..'.... Robert Barnaby ...................... 3.02.
week that the I Lot 18 Block 172 ............ Robert Espie, Jr. .................. 4.04F. Lot 10 Block 361 ............ Robert Barnaby..................... 3.70J.
announced this this Lot 21 Block 172 ............ I G. Hunt ....................._.......... 4.04G. Lot 16 Block 361 ......__.... C. O'Neal .........__................. 3.02
Clewiston office, which all serves" tomorrow Lot 1 Block 173 ............ H. & Frances Small\ ........... 6.42D. Lot 11 Block 362 ............ : Rebecca Lutz ......................__.. 2.85
area, will be closed day Lot 2 Block 173 ............ F. Woodward ................... 4.38 Lot 12 Block 362 ........_::. Rebecca Lutz ..._...................... 2.85
Saturday, July 18. Lot 15 Block 173 ............ Joseph ''''. Smith .........__......... 4.38L. Lot 20 Block 362 ............ Adolph Tishler ..................:_.. 3.70
The purpose of the closing Is Lot 21 Block 173 ............ M. Harding ....-................... 5.40C. Lot 21 Block 362 .......;_... Adolph Tishler ................:..... 3.70
for all the office personnel to attend Lot 24 Block 173 ............ E. Shaw ......._............_....... 6.25J. Lot 28 Block 362 -........... Hattie S. Baker ......_..._......... 3.70.
a compulsory meeting to be Lot 3 Block 175 ............ P. Grieves ......_...........:........ 3.02J. Lot 29 Block 362 ............ Hattie S. Baker __.................. 3.70.
held in Miami on that date. Lot 4 Block 175 ............ P. Grieves ............................. 3.02 Lot 30 Block 362 ...._....... N. B. O'Kelley ........................ 3.70
Lot 6 Block 175 ............ Minerva D. Sharder ............. .. 3.02 Lot 32 Block 362 ............ ', Mrs. Rena F. Jacobi3Mrs .
Lot 8 Block 175 ............ Joseph Walton Smith ............ 3.02C. Lot 36 Block 362 ............ .' V. E. Jacobs .......:............ 5.40A. '
Lot 20 Block 175 ......... H. Berner ............................ 3.19C. Lot '12 Block 363 ......___. M. Coleman ........._.........._... 2.68
CLATJDE PEPPER UNOPPOSED Lot 21 Block 175 ....L... H. Berner ............................ '4.38 ot 14 Block 363 ____........ W. R. Griffiths .................... 3.19
FOR U. S. SEXATORSHIP Lot 2 Block 176 ............ J. V. Shasky ............................ 3.70 Lot 24 Block 363 ............' .. Mrs. E. A. Schult ................ 19.00
Lot 3 Block 176 ............ Mrs. V. E. Jacob .................... 3.70Allen Lot 24 Block 365 ..._...._... Edward Boyer ........................' 2.85
Tallahassee, July 16 (FNS) .-Unopposed Lot 4 Block 176 ............ E. Heyson .................... 3.70J. Lot 1 Block 367 ........;... Mrs. E. A. Schult ......__............ 42.80
democratic candidate for Lot 6 Block 176 ............ Clinton Moorman ................ 3.70 Lot 2 Block 367 .........:.. Mrs. E. A. Schult .................... 24.10
as left vacant by Lot 8 Block 176 ........:... Victor J. Robins, Sr. ............ 3.70 Lot 3 Block 367 ............ Mrs. E. A. Schult ................_... 13.90
the senior senatorship Lot 10 Block 176 ............ Mrs. E. A. Schult ..................... 3:70: Lot 4 Block 367 ............'. :Mrs. E. A. Schult'' _................... 13.90
the death of United States Senator ot 11 Block 176 ............ Mrs. E. A. Schult .................... 3.70 Lot 5 Block 367 ............ John O. Stendall .................... 2.34
Duncan U. Fletcher, Claude Pepper Lot 12 Block 176 ::.......... Mrs. E. A. Schult .........:.......... 3.70 Lot 9 Block 367 ........m. O. M. Benson .........._............. 2.34
this week awaits only the decision of Lot. 13 Block 176 ......._.... Mary S. Cooper ...................... 3.70 Lot 10 Block 367 ............ Emil Hunsbourg _................... 2.68
the State Attorney General, on the Lot 14 Block 176 ............. Lucille A. Lewis .................... 3.70 Lot 11 Block 367 .....:....... Robert B. Martin .................... 2.68E.
legality of the proposed senatorial .I Lot 16 Block 176 ............ Ella M. Johnson .................... 3.70 Lot 13 Block 367 ._....!?.... W. Hathaway ..._................ 2.68
primary: to be named officially as Lot 20 Block 176 ............ Dora Gimple .......................... 3.70 Lot 15 Block 367.' ............ Mrs. E. A. Schult ..........._........ 53.00
den Lot 22 Block 176 ............ Ruth R. Beardsley.:............. 3.70D. Lot 17 Block 367 ............ Milam A. Farah ...............__._. 2.68
post. Lot 23 Block 176 ............ Johnson ...__................... 3.70A. Lot 20 Block 367 ............ Frank E. Miller ._.................. 2.68
Failure of any other candidate to Lot 24 Block 176 ............ V. Bristow ........................ 4.55S. Lot 11 Block 368'............ Esther Warren ........................ 3.3C
qualify in accordance with the stale Lot 26 Block 176 ............ M. Paulson ............:........... 3.70E. Lot 13 Block 369 ............ Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn ...........3.70
rule makes Pepper's nomination by Lot 28 Block 176 ............ W. Hathaway.................... 3.19 Lot '14 Block 369 __.......... Mrs Charlotte E, Dorn ...........3.70
the party executive committee merely Lot 32 Block 176 .......:..... Frank H. Roach .................... 3.19 Lot 15 Block 369 ?.......:.. Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn __.........3.70 ,
a matter'' of official routine. Re- Lot 36 Block 176 ............ Ruth R.. Beardsley ................ 3.70 Lot. 16 Block 369 .....:...... Mrs. Charlotte E. Dom ...........3.70
ceiving state-wide favor of his con- Lot 6 Block 195 .....:...... Walter Jussell ........................ 3.70 'Lot 17 Block 369 ............ Mrs. Charlotte E. Don ...........3.70 .
stituents their choice for the sen- Lot 10 Block 195 ._.......... Janet J. Stockbridge .....:..... 3.70 Lot 24 Block 369 ......._...:'. L. M. Harding ........................ 3.70 I
as Lot 23 Block 195 .........:.; Chas. W. Keenan .................... .4.55. 1 i Lot 25 Block 369 ............ Guy Pearl............................... 3.70L.
ior seat, the Tallahassee attorney Lot 24 Block 195 ........:::. J. W. Ezelle .......................... 4.04 Lot 26 Block 369 ............. ". M. Harding ........................ 3.70
early this week received scores of Lot 4 Block 196 ............ Thomas B. Hall ..m..m..m.. 3.70 + Lot 34 Block 369 ..........:. Elmer G. Case ........................ 3.70
congratulations andYell wishes Lot 5 Block 196 ........:... Blanche Dean .-...................... 3.70 Lot 35 Block 369 ............ Elmer G. Case _....................... 3.70J.
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from his enthusiastic supporters Lot 6 Block 196 ............ Maurice E. Vaslow i............... 3.70 Lot 14 Block 370 ..........:. C. Vickery ........._..._..........._ 3.19
throughout Florida. Lot 7 Block 196 ............ Ella A. Hugent ........................ 3.70'Ella Lot 15 Block 370 ......._.;.. .J. C. Vickery ......_................... 2.85
Disposition of the senate seat of Lot 8 Block 196 ............ A. Hugent ........................ 4.55 Lot 18 Block 370 ......_..... Bertha A. Taylor ..................._ 2.85
Lot 18 Block 196 ..........:. Mrs. Mary G. Smith ................ 4.55 Lot 38 Block 370 ........:... Ethyl I.. Button ____.._............. 3.70
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Lot 19 Block 196 ............ Mrs. Mary G. Smith ................ 4.04 i Lot 1 Block 371 ............ Mrs. T. B. Lord .................... 2.85
complexities, however, since three Lot 4 Block 201 ............ Claflin Garst .......................... 3.70S. I Lot 15 Block 372 ............ Cornelius Bodine .............__...._ 2.34H.
candidates have qualified within the Lot 5 Block 201 ............ C. Beraner .......................... 3.70 Lot 2 Block 374 .......:...: F. Oonway __.............._....... 2.00
given time. Led by Tampa's former Lot 6 Block 201 ...:........ ,- E. J. Malone ._........................ 3.70H Lot 4 Block 374 ...........1 Mrs. Mary Ellen Neu ............ 2.00
Governor Doyle Carlton, who tend- Lot 7 Block 201 ............ R. Hopkinson ..............:..... 3.70 Lot 5 Block 374 ............ Mrs.: Mary Ellen Neu ......_..... 2.00
ered his fee early last week, JudgeC. Lot 9 Block 201 ............ W. E. Votava '...................._... 3.70M. Lot 6 Block 374 ............ :Mrs. Mary Ellen Neu ............ 2.00 ,/
O. Andrews of Orlando, RobertJ. Lot 11 Block 201 ............ B. Rothrock .................... 3.70 Lot 7 Block 374 ....__...... :Mrs.! Mary Ellen Neu ............ 2.00
Boone, Miami attorney: and Find- Lot 20 Block 201 _.......... Mrs. L. K. Muir .................... 3.70M. Lot 10 Block 377 ............ Mrs. Frank C. Deagon ............ 2.68R.
ley Moore of Lake City, qualified at Lot 34 Block 201 ............ Koenigsburg. ...................... 3.02S. Lot 15 Block 377 ....J..._:.. A. Lilley _._.......__................ 3.3(5(
Lot 36 Block 201............ C. Beranek ........................ 4.55 Lot 31 Block 377 .: ......... G. C. Voss ._.......__.......__............ 2.00
the office of Secretary of State Gray Lot 1 Block 202 .__.......... George Heinz ......................._ 4.55 Lot 32-Block 377 ...........:' Mrs. Mary E. Moon ..........___...2.00
At Gray's request, an opinion on Lot 4 Block 202 __.......... Walter F. Carrie .........._......... 3.02 Lot 33 Block 377 .........;.. ;. Mrs. Mary E. Moon ...............2.00
the legality of a public primary will Lot 5 Block 202 ............ Walter F. Carrie __................_. 3.02 Lot 34 Block 377 ............ AV: Bristow .......__.___.......:.... 2.00
be given by Attorney General Cary Lot 10 Block 202 ............ Florence O'Meara .................. 3.70 ,Lot 17 Block 378 .......... Agnes Bltzaer ................._...... 7.10
D. Landis. Should this decision not I Lot 11 Block 202 ............ Mrs. Frank C. Deacon ..__......... 3.70 Lot 18 Block 378 ............ Mary Hayes ,Davis ..............._ 27.50
recognize the right of party to holda Lot 12 Block 202 ............ Mrs. Frank C. Deacon ............ 3.70 Lot 19 Block 378 .......:.... W. R. Hay ...............__.........._. 27.50
primary, it will be necessary: for Lot 13 Block 202 ........ James J. Carroll .................... 3.70 Lot '2 'Block 381 _.:u:.....:' Lillian Horlitz ....:.............:.:... 2.00
attorneys ef the candidates to seekan Lot 14 Block 202 ............ Margie Conway ._................._.. 3.70A. Lot 4 Block 381 ......__.... '. Otto H. S huler .... ............... 2.34
Lot I' Block 203 ............ Reinert ................._............ 7.10J. Lot 5 Block 381 .........:;.. S. M. Paalion: ................._.........2.34
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supreme Lot 2 Block 203 ............ P. Grieves ................?...... 4.55 Lot 10 Block 383 .........;.:. Mrs. Dora Gimpel ......._..__........ 2.60
directing their qualification. Two alternatives Lot 3 Block 203 ............ Dora Gimpel..............:...........I 4.55 Lot 11 Block 383 ............ C. E. Stedraan ._............__........ 2.00D.
,. a party-paid primary and Lot 4 Block 203 ......?..... B. A. Doerk ..........................._ 4.55 Lot 22 Block 383 ..........:. R. McEa: hro. ..................... 2.17
direct nomination of candidates by Lot 6 Block 203 __......:... Mrs. Emily Rickmeyer ........._..' 4.55. Lot 23 Block 383 ............ D. R. McEachron .................... 2.17
the democratic executive committee, Lot 11 Block 203 ............ l F. W. Iverson ............_r.......... 4.04 Lot 24 Block 383 ,."".._"... --', W. S. Harvel ........-...--............ 2.68 I
would remain. Party leaders are unanimous Lo.t 12 Block 203 ............ Helen S. Sadtler ..................._ 4.04 Lot 13 Block 385 ......... .. .-. Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &
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in favoring the former ac Lof 17: Block 203 ........ Crumbie Davis ........................ 4.89 :. : Robert J. Olsen ...._........... 7.40
tion. Lot 18 Block 203 ,............ Julia Sharkey ...m................_.. 4.04 Lot 14 Block 385 ''''..'':... '..: Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &
Lot 19 Block '203 ............ Mary King ........_....._............... 4.04 ; .' Robert J. Olsen ............_... 7.40
Lot 20 Block 203 ..........:. Ella Kane ............m......__......... 4.04 Lot 15 Block 385 ... ....: Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth & .
TEAR GAS SYSTEM FINISHED Lot 22 Block 203 __.......:.. Laura A. Logan- .................._. 4.04 :. : : ,. Robert J. Olsen ................ 7.40
IN STATE TREASURY OFFICE Lot 26 Block 203 ............ Joseph W. Smith .......____......... 4.04 Lot 16 Block 385 .....:........ '. Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &
Lot 1 Block 204 ...........: Emily Rickmeyer ...............:.... 3.70 Robert J. Olsen ................. 7.40
Tallahassee, July 16 (FNS) .-Installation Lot 2 Block 204 ..........;:\ Emily Rickmeyer ...m.............. 3.02 Lot 17 Block 385 ....u'. .'.... r Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &
of steel mesh partitions in Lot 3 Block 204 ............ Mrs. Grace E. Coffee .............. 3.02 Robert J. Olsen ................ 21.00C.
two departments of State TreasurerW Lot 4 Block 204 ............ Mrs. H. A. Rosenthal........... 3.70C. Lots 1 & 2 Block 389. .... .' E. ; Miner __........._..............._ 12.20
?. V. Knott's office has been com- Lot 5 Block 204 ............. A. Pretzal ................._.......... 3.70 Lot 2 Block 396 __....:..... Jessie L. Kuderling ........._..... 1.66
pleted. This finished a tear gas sys- Lot 8 Block 204 .........::. Anna E. Anderson _........_...... 5.40 Lot 15 Block 403 ....___..... W. E. Chenet _......._........._..... 2.00K.
Lot 11 Block 204 ............ Miss Bessie Reardon ............ 3.70 Lot 11 Block 405 .........:.. .: B. Watkins ......._.__............_, 3.70
tem started three Knott .
years ago, Lot 13 Block 204 ............ Edwin G. Boon ........................ 3.70 Lot 4 Block 411 __....._.... L. E. Ecklund ....................'.... 2.34
stated. Lot 2 Block 207 ............ Lillian H. Wright .................... 3.36 Lot 5 Block 411 ............ A. G. Farnquist ...._.............._ 2.34L.
The: equipment, which was installed Lot 3 Block 207 ............ Charles W. Wright ................ 3.36 Lot 6 Block 411 ...........:. L. Lynn __......____...'............. 2.34 .
over the week-end by the Lake Lot 4 Block 207 ............ Mrs. Minnie J. Starice ............ 3.36 Lot 24 Block 411 ............ Georgia G. Kuhlman .............. 2.00
. Erie Chemical Company to avoid any Lot 6 Block 207 ..........:. Helen M. Hathaway............... 3.36 Lot 1 Block 412 ............ Clewiston Laundry: Co. ......_... 42.80
confusion in the office, is expectedto Lot 7 Block 207 ..........., George M. Garber .................. 3.36 Lot 4 Block 412 ...........: Joseph W. Smith ....__.........__.._ 2.00A.
pay for itself in three years thru Lot 11 Block 207 ............ A.' B. Farnquist .................... 3.36 Lot 11 Block 412 _.........:._. J. Wilders ..__.._................... 2.00A. .
reduced insurance premiums. The Lot 13 Block 207 ............ Francis D. Nixeman, Trustee 3.70 Lot 12 Block 412 ...... .. .. J. Wilders ........:...._............ 2.00
partitions cost approximately Lot 19 Block 207 ............ Amelia M. Hall ........................ 3.02 Lots 15, 16, Block 412 .:.. J. B. Siegler ........_.............. 22.40W.
$450,1 Lot 20 Block 207 ............ James F. Carroll .................:.. 3.02 Lot 21 Block 412 ............ G. Ames ...._....................... 3.70
while the total amount of the
Lot 22 Block 207 ............ Marie Pavlik .......................:. 3.02 Lots 26, 27, Block 412 .... Mabel Francis ..__...............'..... 3.70
plete system will run about $1,600' Lot 23 Block 207 .........:.. Marie' Pavlik' _...................:..... 4.38R. Lots I, 2, Block 414 ...:.... Wells-Royal Lumber Co. ........ 30.90L.
the treasurer said. Lot 1 Block 208 ............. 'H. Isaacs ........._......_....:...... 4.38R. Lot 40 Block 415 _........... M. Harding ...................._... 2.34
The partitions were erected in the Lot 2 Block 208 ............ H. Isaacs ........_................... 3.02 Lot 21 Block 417 ............ Ida L. Curtis....._...._...___....__..... 3.02 ....
treasury and board of administration Lot 3 Block 208 .........:.. W. A. Isaacs ....___................... .30 Lot 22 Block 417 ............ Ida L. Curtis __......../ ................. 3.02'F.
,.' offices. They are constructed of heavy Lot 4' Block 208 ............ W. A. Isaacs ..._.._................... .30 Lots 8,' .9, Block 418 .... J. :Laird ..............__..........._ 3.36
steel mesh and have doors of Lot 5 Block 208 ............ W. P. Didlake ........................ .30 Lot 19 Block 422 ............ Hollis Lanier .........__.....:......... 3.02
the self-closing, spring-lock type. Lot 6 Block 208 ............ W. P. Didlake ..................:..... 2.34 Lot 20 Block 422 .__......... Hollis Lanier __........._............... 3.02 .
Lot 7 Block 208 ............ Lawson Payne .___.................... 2.34M. Lot 21 Block 422 ............ Hollis Lanier ..............m........ 3.02 -'
-"""- Lot 8 Block 208 ............ Huie ....__............................ 2.34 Lot 22 Block 422 ..;......... Hollis Lanier .........__........_..... 3.02
MILLION DOLLAR
IMPROVEMENT Lot 9 Block 208 ........:... J. W. Hule ...............;............ 2.34J. Lot 23 Block 422 ............ Hollis Lanier .........._.......__...... 3.02
SHOWN IN FLORIDA TREASURY Lot 10 Block 208 ............': W. Huie ............................ 2.34 Lot 24 Block 422 ............ Hollis Lanier .......................... 3.02
Lot 11 Block 208 ........... ; John C. McCoy ....__................ 2.34H. Lot 27 Block 422 ........:.. Elmer G. Case _..._._........._........ 3.02
Tallahassee, July 16 (FNS- Lot 24 Block 208 ............ F. Bycroft ........................ 3.02 Lot 28 Block 422 ...........: Elmer G. Case ............_........... 3.70
Florida's treasury was over a million Lot 25 Block 208 ...........;' Emma Wlllard ........................ 3.02 Lot 1 Block 423 ............ Adolph Tishler ._......_............... 3.70
dollars belter off this year on June Lot 26 Block 208 ............. Emma Willard ........................ 3.02 Lot 23 Block 423 ........;.:'. Frank A. Cleland .................... 3.02
30-the close; of the fiscal year- Lot 28 Block 208 ............ Miss Caroline Pajlik .___.......... 3.02 Lot 24 Block 423 ............ Frank A. Cleland ..........;......... 3.02
than at the end of the 1935 fiscal Lot 29 Block 208 ...,.......: Miss Caroline Pajlik .............. 3.02 Lot' 25 Block 423 ........ Bert Powell ............................ 3.02
it shown by Lot 27 Block 354 .......... Mrs. H. S. Sadler .................... 3.02 Lot 26 Block 423 ........ Bert Powell .......................__.._ 3.02H.
year was today the
: Lot 28 Block 354 ............ Mrs. H. S. Sadler .................... 3.02 Lot 27 Block 423 ...__....... R. Hopkinson ............:_...... 3.02
monthly report of State Treasurer. Lot 29 Block 354 ............ Alice Grothrock _.......__............ 3.02 Lot 28 Block 423 ............ Elmer G. Case .....................:... 3.02
I W. V. Knott. Lot 30 Block 354 ........... Mrs. H. S. Sadler ...m.............. 3.02 Lot 29 Block 423 .......:.... Elmer G. Case ........:.............. 3.02
There was 5944108.47 in the Lot-31 Block 354 ;..._...._... Mrs. H. S. Sadler. .................... 3.02J. Lot 44 Block 423 ............ Mrs. A. M. Jones .......__........... 3.70
state coffers at the close of last Lot 33 Block 354 .........,.. K. Baker ................__.......... 44.50 Lot 35 Block 446 ...__.....:. Jordan Eilers ..._'................_... 3.70
month as against $4,813,386.24 on Lot 1 Block 355 ............ John S. Banks ........................ 3.02 Lot 36 Block 446 .........__. .Jordan Eilers ...................._..... 4.55
June 30, 1935. Expenses exceeded Lot 17 Block 355 .....-.'-..... Mary A. Cronin .................... 2.68 Lot 13 Block 448 ............ Mamie Blacksmith ..........._ 2.85
income during June with an outgo of Lot 22 Block 355 ............ J. Woodyard Sutpnan _........... 3.02 Lot 10 Block 453 _.:......... Lilyan S. Cook ........................ 3.70
$3,639,329.38, compared with rev- Lot 23 Block 355 ............ Olaf Olsen ....._.._..._................... 3.02 Lot 11 Block 453 ....._.._...: Lilyan S. Cook ................_....... 3.70
enue of Lot 28 Block 355 ............ Mrs. H. J. Warner ..........._.... 3.02 Lot 12 Block 453............. Lilyan S. Cook ........................ 3.70
balance $2,370,770.15, but a large Lot 44 Block 355 ........... Mary Zimmerman .................. 2.68 Lot 13 Block 453 ............ Lilyan S. Cook ...................__... 3.70
was brought. over from May, Lot 25 Block 356 ............ H. Burk .................................. 3.02H. Lot 14 Block 453 ....:.__.... Lilyan S. Cook ..........__......_..... 3.70
business. j Lot 26 Block 356 ..__........ Burk .................................. 3.02 Lot 15 Block 453 ._......:... Lilyan S. Cook ........................ 3.70H.
More than half million dollars Lot 28 Block 356 ............ Julia L. Sharkey................... 3.02 Lot, 33 Block 453 ..........._ L. Gramstadt ....__....__..._..__ 3.70
($622,651.80)) was held in suspenseby Lot 39 Block 356 ............ Elmer G. Case ........................ 3.02 Lot 9 Block 495 .;.......... Robert Espie, Jr. ..m............... 2.34
Treasurer Knott and not included Lot 40 Block 356 __.......... Elmer G. Case .............._......... 3.02 Lot 10 Block 495 ............ Mrs. M. L. Portteus ............ 2.34
in the monthly totals. The bulk Lot 41 Block 356 ............ Elmer G. Case ........................ 3.02 Lot 12 Block 495 ............ Henry & Annie Payette _....... 3.02
of this-$468,06.1.09-was held 'in Lot 9 Block 357 .....:...... Alice A. Menge .................._...__ 3.02 Lot 13 Block 495 ............ Henry & Annie Payette ........ 3.02 .
trust as the national highway fund. Lot 22 Block 357 .....,...... Helen S. Sadler ...__............... 4.55O. Lot 14 Block 495 ............_ Claude 1.. Becket .........._......... 3.02 .:/:
Two funds had Lot 3 Block 358 :.._........ H. Schuler ..................._.... S.02 Lot 15 Block 495 ............ Annie L. Marshall ................ 3.02.
balances
million in the Lot 4 Block 358 ............ Marjorie L. Durgin ...._..._....... 3.02 Lot 16 Block 495 __.......... Tillie Pavlik ....._..................._ 2.34 '
dollar class. These were the Lot 5 Block 358 .._......... David R. Larsen .___................ 3.02 Lot 9 Block 498 ........__.. Mary C. Sims ....._.......__........... 2.00\
general, revenue fund with $1,159- Lot 15 Block 358 ......_..... '- ? rs. E. A. Schult............... 7.10 Lot 10 Block 498 .._........ G. W. Fuquay .....,,.................. 2.00
837.87 and Confederate pensions, Lot 16 Block 358 .......:_... Mrs. E. A. Schult ................ 7.10 Lot 12 Block 498 ...._..___._ Mrs. Marjorie Conway ........_... 2.00
$1,241,409.54.A Lot 17 Block 358 .........._ Mrs. E. A. Schult .................... 17.30 Lot 14 Block 498 ......_..... Mrs. Marjorie Conway........... 2.00
total of $860,292.98 was in the Lot 21 Block 358 __........? Anna J. Kuhlman ................ 3.70 Lot 15 Block 498 ........_... Edith Taylor .......-r..-............. 2.00
state road license fund, while the Lot 22 Block '358 ........:... Anna J.. Kuhlman ................ 3.87L. Lots 24, 25, Block 80 .... Thomas G. Darnell ..........__.... 2.68
three citrus advertising accounts hada Lot 23 Block 358 ............ M. Harding ....................!.. 4.55 Lot 7 Block 505 ............ Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth _......_____ 1.15
grand total of 14035388.: The Lot 25 Block 358 ........._.. Edith A. Becker ...........'.___...._ 3.70 Lot 14 Block .505 ............ Mrs. E. C. Norton Dawson .... 1.15
free school Lot 29 Block 358 _........... Marjorie L. Durgin ................ 3.70 Emery Fluckiuger & l1arieReindehoDacher
text book
fund had $104- Lot 41 Block 358 .........:..' Henry J. Stephens ................ 3.02 ]Lot 7 Block 544 ............ ..............:... 1.45 f .
518.54 and federal aid road fund Lot 42 Block 358 ............ Henry J. Stephens ................ '3.02' ]Lot 4 Block 550 ............ W. T. Frffeh ............ ...._........... 1.15 -
$341,717.63. Lot 43 Block 358 ............ Hilda. Toenberg ................... .. 3.02 Fruit Growers Express ........ 1.32A'IHt'

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