The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00632
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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r j ENGINEERS' LOSE JOBS College Girls Attend CHANGE IN WATER I II I Mrs. Wright ReElectedGarden I STEWART- WILL BE

j t AS END OF FEDERAL I Governor's I Reception'.I II AND LIGHT RATES Club ChairmanMrs. CANDIDATE FOR

t Through the courtesy and hospi- F. M.. Wright was re-elected

!i WORK DRAWS NEAR tality of Representative and Mrs. El i I EFFECTIVE IN JUNE chairman of the Clewiston Garden STATE\ SENATOR

bert L. Stewart all girls from Hendryand Club for her second term at :yester

1 Glades counties who are '' day's meeting at the home of Mrs.R. .
--- -
I of Realization the OkeechobeeCaloosahatcheeflood that ,the construction ing the Florida State attend-I'I' Clewiston residents will benefit Y. Patterson. Mrs. G. B. Rack- Representative Elbert L. Stewart

Women attended the substantially from a revision in straw was elected secretarytreasurer -
of Cleviston announced in Tallahassee -
control and II ?
waterway project ception given at the' mansion in Tal- rates of public utilities, announcedthis to succeed Mrs. F. I. Hill.
j almost concluded I Wednesday that he will be a
was brought lahassee recently in honor of the week by the Glades Power and The Club decided to affiliate with
candidate for state senator to suc-
about this week the release from
by members of the 1937 legislature.Mr. the state organization of Garden
Light Company and the Glades Water -
f I ceed Arthur Gomez of Key West who
the; Clewiston sub-office of U. S. Engineers -
and Mrs. Stewart invited the Company. The rates are effective Clubs and to ask to be placed in the has recently been appointed judge of
of many of the men who
have been connected with the work girls to dinner at their home in Los i for consumption on and after June Palm Beach district. Several mem- the eleventh judicial circuit. Gomez -
I Robles, a suburb of Tallahassee, bers hope to attend the district meeting -
since its early beginning. Several I first.The succeeds, Jefferson B., Browne who
to be held next Friday in Fort
transfers have been made in the where they are residing during the water company's rates were died-May 12.

session. Following the dinner the raised, due to recent improvementsin Lauderdale. Mr. Stewart has represented Hendry -
f past few months and a number were
I the at the the plant and to the added :Attending yesterday's meetingwere
f' released this week. girls were among guests expense county in the sessions of 1931,
mansion. of producing the improved Mrs. R. T. Mitchell, Mrs. F. 1935 'and 1937. He is cashier of the
The list of releases from the En- Deane Duff, Mrs. O. H. Roberts, Mi's.R. .
water service. The quality of water "
Included in the group were Miss First Bank of 'Clewistou, which he
gineer office here includes: M. T. Y. Patterson Mrs. J. W. Ezelle
has been the
improved greatly by
Betty Spicer, Ruth Knight, and Hel- organized for the Clewiston inter-
; Ironmonger, draftsman; S. W. Houser Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs G. B. Rack-
intake and at
new new equipment
'' en, Cate of Clewiston, Misses Beth ests in 1922, when the present development -
inspector; L. M. Knapp, junior the water plant. straw, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. F. I.
Nail, Virginia Saxon, and Doris of __ Clewiston was but a
engineer; Andrew H. Collins, inspec- Pounds of Moore Haven. The electric rates, which go into Hill, Mrs. H. J., B. Scharnberg and dream.Mr. '

I Ii tor; H. M. Garmany, inspector; F. effect next week, are substantiallylower Mrs. F. M. Wright.
!;I A. Ray, inspector; Ralph H. Collins, Stewart's past experience in
,,! Munroe Is TransferredTo than present rates. At presentthe the legislature should make him a
senior draftsman; ,C. F. Phillips,
first 50 kwh consumed cost
: i draftsman; Arthur Stile, inspector; 15 Niblack Is SpeakerAt valuable man in either branch, and
, cents kwh. Under the rate
I C. R. Crook, surveyman Ralph G. Office In Madison per new I he will find hosts of friends and well-
the first 100 kwh will cost 12 1-2 Kiwanis Meeting I wishers in
Reynolds Hendry and other coun-,
j surveyor.W. I
cents kwh. The second hundred
per ties in his
--- campaign for the senate.
C. Nail, who has been in will 11 kwh and the
I cost cents' per ---
who has been Senator Gomez
A. ,A. Munroe, man- was appointed by
; charge of construction in the ager of the Clewiston office of the third hundred 10 cents per kwh; all Dr. J. G. Niblack was speaker at. the Governor and the appointment

chobee section has returned to \Okee-i additional 8 cents each. The mini- the Kiwanis meeting held Wednesday -:. confirmed
v Western Union Telegraph Companyfor immediately by the sen-
Haven: and will be in the at the Clewiston Inn. Dr.
mum monthly charge on light evening
seven and one-half years, was ate Wednesday. Since the Senator is
maintenance, of levee from rate will remain $1.50 and the Niblaclc, a member of the club, recently -. 60
the given in which
transferred this week by company min-I days to qualifyfor
Haven to Belle Glade. W. F. Simpson attended convention of
imum deposit will remain $4.00.The a state
to Madison, Florida.Mr. the new position of circuit judge,
who has been in the Clewiston ,combination rate, used in druggists held in St. Petersburg, and '
i Munroe came to Clewiston in he will be able to complete the pres-
j office, is being, transferred to Okee- December, 1929, and has served con- many homes, is also reduced. In- his talk dealt largely with the! con- ent term in the senate.

chobee to be in charge of levee con- tinuously as manager of the office stead of ,$3.00 for the first' 20 kwh vention.Dr. The senatorial district includes

struction.A used the charge is $4.00 for the Niblack adapted his speech to
four counties
since that time. He has been an active Monroe Collier, Lee
number of unclassified employees and loyal member of the Kiwanis/ first 40 kwh consumed. The new fit all businesses and did not limit and Hendry. ,
have also been released by the additional his remarks to the' business
Club and has taken a lead in vari- rates are also reduced for drug i
Engineers. consumption, as the next 60 kwh alone. He spoke of merchandising.
ous forms of civic endeavor. He will
be greatly missed from the com- used cost, only 5 cents per kwh, and methods as discussed at the convention -i Miss North To Present

School Equipment To Be munity. The transfer was granted at the next 300 kwh cost 4 cents per and told of the good or bad im-

1 his request, since he has suffered kwh; all additional at 3 cents.' The pression on customers of the attrac- Key To President

minimum monthly charge for the tiveness of display, and the person-
Available Thru Summer from asthma a great deal in the past
few years, and believes that the combination rate. has been reduced 1 nel of business establishment.One .

I. change to a different locality will from $5.25 to $4.00. The minimum of the charter members of Jacksonville, May 27 (Special to

deposit remains $14.00. the club, A. A. Munroe, ,attended his Democrat-President Roosevelt on
, beneficial to him.
I Through the courtesy of the prove June 3'at the White House will receive -
The new rates are advertised in last meeting member, since he ia
Mr. Munroe his with
: began career
I school trustees and school board
" this issue of the News, and give being transferred to Madison by the from the hands of a local society -
the Western Union Telegraph Company -
) members and the cooperation of the I'
Western Union girl a golden key signifying his
Clewiston residents the benefit ofa Telegraph company.
WPA several of the school I as messenger boy. He became
public with'that Mr. Munroe his regret atleaving perpetual welcome to the Hotel
rate that is in accord expressed
interested in the work and learned
a facilities will be available for thepublic's
the Roosevelt here recently re-named in
club. '
given larger towns'
during the the Morse! code, then the only meth-
use summer I A. O. Ward, chairman of the finance his honor;
) months. od of telegraphy in use. He was made
operator and later manager. Exceptfor 1 I committee reported that *arrangements Donor, ,will .be.,'1\Iiss..Bett, ,, North,.
f Miss Katherine Wiandt, who for the benefit moving the comely daughter of 'Lieutenant
a period during the World War, NORTH LABELLE TO
serves as librarian for the school, when he entered the government picture this week: had been called Colonel and Mrs. Earl North. He is

l will keep the school building open service off, due to a misunderstanding with chief of United, States Army engi-
he has been continuously in
from 9 to 12 and from. 1 to 4 each Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis, owner and neers here.
f the Western Union's service, and in '
week day during the summer. Library of the theatre. Mr. Ward
five years, should he request it, he Miss North will leave Jacksonville,
books may be used, but may stated that the committee would
is eligible for retirement. Wednesday, May 26, aboard an Eastern
t. not be taken from the building. Theschool's nounce plans later for a benefit for
f Miss Sandy Welles, who has been Air Lines plane for Atlanta as
t pianos may be used for lessons transferred here from the Sanford the club.Negroes. :: the first leg of a speedyair' tour she

f'r or for practice work. office, is the new manager. She be- will make to visit the eight other

Even the small articles of gan her duties Monday morning. Mr. More than two hundred citizens of Bound Over To cities boasting hotels of the Robert

r: ground equipment will be PlaY-I and Mrs. Munroe will leave next North LaBelle, in Glades county, R. Meyer chain of which the new

r' Miss Wiandt to the children who week for their new home. \' have during the past week signeda Term of Circuit CourtMoore Roosevelt and Windsor here are

: sign for them and use them on petition asking that the Hendryand members.,

;, school grounds returning them before Glades county representatives, Her tour will be climaxed with
Christian Endeavor On
the building is closed each day. E. L. Stewart and J. H. Peeples puta ( Haven Democrat) her reception at the White House

This is the first time that the Fund bill through the present sessionof Two negro agricultural: workers, I arranged by Senators Claude Pepper

Clewiston school equipment has been Raising Campaign the Legislature which will take employees of Otto Larsen in the and CO.: Andrews of Florida.

available during the summer months.It away a section and a half of the farming of Section 36 in the south- Mrs. North will accompany ,her
is being done without to I land in that from Glades
expense area coun-
daughter as chaperone. Meyer hotels
Members of the Christian Endeavor' east corner of the county, were giv-
the county since the librarian's salary Society are undertaking several ty and put it into Hendry county. they will visit are Stacy-Trent, Trenton -
I is provided by the WPA rolls. Another said to have been en a preliminary hearing before .
methods of earning money, in hopes N. J.; Abraham Lincoln, Read-
} It is hoped that the children and about hundred citizens County Judge L. E. Guess yesterday
of obtaining a fund sufficient to send I signed by four ing, Pa.; Sir Walter Raleigh, N. C.;
: adults of the town will use the library delegates to the State Christian Endeavor of LaBelle, in Hendry countywas morning and were bound over to the Hermitage, Nashville; Farragut,

I pianos and school playground, Conference at Rockledge the also submitted to the legislators I fall term of circuit court charged II Knoxville; Patrick Henry, Roanoke;

equipment so that the project will I latter I asking that the bill be passed. Emerson, Baltimore; Winecoff, At-
part of June. with, violation:: of the 1.935' fire con
prove worthwhile. The affected is the east half lanta.
Among the undertakings is the area I
trol act. The negroes were Ben
stand at which cold drinks are offered -I of section thirty-one and all of sec
and Lucien Hodge.
L. L. LOWE FINDS BABY for sale at the tennis courts. Two tion thirty-two. Starting at a pointon
The negroes and Mr. Larsen were COUNTY USERS CONSUME: 83,665
DEER, INTERESTING PETA tennis rackets" each valued at $6.00, the north shore of the Caloosa-
it I placed under arrest by Sheriff J. J. GALLONS OF GASOLINE IX APRIL
are being offered by the group. hatchee River the boundary runs
Wiggins on a ,warrant sworn out by --
fawn, about 2 and Chances cents west by Isom Dees' corner to Polly- "
young now are being sold at 25 County Fire Warden M. A. Summers.The Hendry county users purchased

one ,half months old, is proving an each, and the winners of the rack- wog Creek and thence back south negroes were jailed on May 86,665 gallons gasoline during the

interesting pet for the L. L. Lowe ets will be found by drawings. to the river. The area embraced con- eighteenth, the day after the fire month of April, a small portion of

family and is attracting much attention Willie V. Hooker is chairman of tains most of the inhabitants 'of the broke out and Mr. Larsen's arrest tho 26,988,208 gallons used by the

p from neighbors. the committee endeavoring to raise community of North LaBelle. followed, two clays later. He waived entire state.

Mr. Lowe found the baby deer, in these funds. Because of the fact that the people preliminary hearing and executed During the same month 10,882 ,

r the woods near Fred Whidden's filling in this district are so near to I $1000 bond. His trial will also be gallons of kerosene was sold in this/

!station on the Fort Myers highway LOCAL CHOIR AND REV. SCHAAFAT LaBelle, the county seat of Hendry held during the September circuit: county and 2,844,674 gallons of this
I a few weeks ago. It was the size county, they have long sought to be
PAIIOKEE SCHOOL SUNDAY court session.' The negroes were commodity was used in tho state.
of a fawn colored and with taken in as a part of that county
puppy all and kerosene
placed under 'a $500 bond each following Records of gasoline -
small white spots scattered over it,I The choir-of -the Community but not until this session has there the hearing yesterday.Fire sold are kept by the state inspection I

and quite evidently only a week or been a really concentrated move toward Chief Guy J. Bender% of Belle bureau and include only
two old. Mr. Lowe Church will sing at the baccalaureate withdrawal from Glades coun-
brought the fawnin
Glade, attended the hearing and those sales on which the state tax is
i and applied to the state game department services of the Pahokee High Schoolin ty. stated that -number of arrests and paid. Government agencies' purchas

in Tallahassee for a per- the Pahokee school auditorium Representative Stewart, it Is understood convictions had been secured in oth- es are not included in the figures

t mit to keep it. Sunday evening, and for that rea- has already promised to er counties but this was' the first i given.

Meanwhile, Billy, he work for of the bill. Altho \ i
as has been son no evening services will be held passage arrest in Glades. Following one conviction rVATEHSPOUT-
named has thrived on a liquid diet in Clewiston. the attitude of Mr. Peeples has not he said, it had been .necessary -1 \ VISIBLE PROM

of milk and water, which he takes I as yet been learned, it Is believed to put on a deputy warden in CLEWISTON TUESDAY EVENINGA

quite greedily from a bottle. He is The Pahokee sermon will be delivered that he will favor it, particularly! the district to do nothing but issue --

very playful, romps gleefully with by Rev.- Nevin H. Schaaf of it Hendry county gives another piece permits. waterspout on Lake Okeechobee -

children and enjoys being taken fora Coral Gables. Rev. Schaaf was form- of land of similar size in exchange. The fire which started in Section was formed a few miles off shore

ride in the front seat of the car. erly a pastor of the Community 36 has so far defied all attempts at Tuesday evening about 6:30 o'clock!:

Mr. Lowe hopes to raise him to :putting it out, Mr. Bender said, but, and was, clearly visible from Clew-

i maturity as a pet. Church and many local people are!I Seems they're going to make Lake he seemed sure that it was well under iston. The tall column of water drift-

I ;-- planning to attend the Pahokee ser- Okeechobee a fresh water lake by control. The men are charged ed slowly out to the main body of

Mr. and Mrs. Jvey M. Pafford en- :vices to hear him again. law. There's an idea. Why not passa with setting a fire without a permit the lake before it lost its formation.

tertained at dinner Tuesday evening The choir will sing as processional law prohibiting the digging of the and on ground where the necessaryfire Waterspouts are not common" on

f k at their home on the government "Hail The Conquering Hero", fromHandel's trans-Florida canal from changingthe guard had not been provided. the lake, ;although several_ have been

reservation. Their guests were Mr. water supply of South Florida? Attorney R. E. Kurtz, of ,Fort My seen from Clewiston during the past

and Mrs W. F. Simpson, Mr. and Judas Maccapeus; a chorale Then everything's jale.Leesburg ers, who is associated with Mr. ,Lar- few years The unique phenomenonof

Mrs. S. W' Houser, Mr. and Mrs. J. "Open Our Eyes" by MacFarland; Commercial. Would be all right if it sen in his farming interests, repre- nature always attracts the interest

W. Ezelle, Mrs. Olin Carleton and and as recessional "God of Our Fath- 'hadn't already been attended to by sented the two negroes at their hear- I of those who happen to notice Its

: Mrs. E. A. Houser., ers", Warren.:- nature.-Bronson Journal ing., formation.
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Crowned King and Queen of England Naming the Baby I I

kv RULES for euphony in nam- I
ing new baby: ,
If the surname has one syllable I

? ; C-n avoid a one-syllable first i
.' name. Example: Montgomery
: Smith rather than John Smith.
With a two syllable last

'name, use either .a onesyllableor
: 7/rWnM/
; : i1i Fr about three syllable Christian

name. John Hinton or Christo-
> The Gabble of TouristsGRAND pher Hinton rather than Fred- E
6 SS>A 57 idi, tiks:ffj.f; '=sGifA' S CANYON, ARIZ. erick Hinton.

1 When the last has
to name
;: on your
three syllables, use either a one
If stand on the rim of this scenic !
or two-syllable name. Georges
{ wonder and hear each succes- Dougherty, but not Alexander

sive tourist say, "Well, if any Dougherty. Avoid overlapping .

artist painted it just as it is no- consonants such as James i

E f ; body would believe it! Stephens.-Literary Digest.- ",

After I heard 174 separate and
distinct tourists repeat the above it

got on my ,nerves
and I sought sur-

cease far from the i.. 41(5 7'tZr '('tt ,
maddening round- <>ac .v i

.I 'f tripper, hoping to $, '
escape the common- ; By
place babbling of > eClll Janet Gaynor

eastern sight-seers % v 1- Movie Star
and revel in the '
salty humor of the
unspoiled West. And Ice-Box Cookies ,
1 pound butter ,
:--. .,..
I. ran into a native 5 cupfuls flour r
who said, with the l'i! cupfuls sugar '. .,'.,..'
London Still arrayed in their regalia of the most glorious coronation the world has ever seen, 'King cute air of having Irvin s. Cobb Dates 3 eggs and nuts to .
George VI and Queen Elizabeth are shown on the balcony of Buckingham palace as they responded to the just. thought it up, Vanilla flavoring
cheers of thousands of their subjects who gathered outside. Between them are the Princesses Elizabeth and "Yes, sir, I never felt better or
Margaret Rose. International News Radiophoto. had less." Cream the butter and sugar.

And I,, encountered a gentlemanwho Add the eggs, one by one, beatingthe
in parting called out, "Say, kid, mixture meanwhile. Add the
American Peeress Paying Homage to George VI don't take in any wooden nickels." five cupfuls of flour gradually
while beating the mixture. Add

7 .15bt OY Renaming Hors d'Oeuvres. the dates and nuts, which have
e THE controversy over giving a been previously chopped into
Mfr 3 r Sv American name to hors small bits. Add the flavoring.

:?ti,Yr1h ; d'oeuvres-which some cannot pronounce Shape this into a roll. Put in
and none can digest- the ice-box overnight. In the
I- rages up and down the land. What morning slice into thin layers, .

Sam Blythe, that sterling eater, making the cookies, and bake in a
calls these alleged appetizers you moderate oven.
couldn't print in a family news- Copj'right.-WNU Service.
paper, Sam's idea of a beforedinner -
nicknack being a baked him.A .

sturdy Texas congressman calls Do something about
: j: them doodabs.But .

:AlllY,: ;. A- ? S'.x. 'FK.r r if I'were living abroad again, Periodic Pains
t I know what I'd call them. When Take Cardul.for functional pains
vh you behold the array of this and of menstruation. Thousands of wom-
vgr; that, as served at the beginning of en testify it be; .' helped them If
va luncheon in the average table d'hote Cardul doesn't relieve your monthly
hCC.V7. V: 1' pp restaurant over there, and especially discomfort, consult a physician.

in France, you are gazing upon Don't just go on suffering and put
': A1V':, ,, what discriminating customers left off treatment to prevent the trouble.
J4ahrfh: { } on their plates at supper the night Besides easing certain pains, Car-

L ,GrF.'v 3 : ,F.'f 4f:. ? IM E :wy ruff before. dul aids in building up the whole
system; by helping women to get
-'y 3: Scrambled Cooking. more strength from their food.

,,' D OWN below Flagstaff, Ariz., but which Cardui you is can a purely buy at vegetable the drug store medicine and .,..
somewhat to the eastward, in a take at home. Pronounced "Card-u-i."
r picturesque city which saddles the

international boundary, I found a
unique condition.The Faulty Extremes
best American food available Avoid extremes; and shun the
fault of such who still are pleasedtoo
Is across the Mexican line at a ,
restaurant owned by a Greek gen- little or too much.-Pope.

London.-Lady Astor, the former London.-Seated on his throne in Westminster abbey, King George VI tleman with a Chinese cook in the

Nancy Langhorne of Glenwood, Va., receives the,homage of his peers, immediately after being ceremonially kitchen. But the best Mexican cookery ;
shown at the coronation. crowned, by the archbishop of Canterbury. One is shown kneeling before is done well over on the American Stomach Gas
International News Radiophoto. the'monarch International News Radiophoto. side by a German woman :

whose husband is an Italian.So So Bad Seems
our own native-born citizens,

,Hold Seats All Night for CoronationLondon.Under when New hungry England for the or Dixie typical, journey dishesof To Hurt Heart"The

,beyond the border patrols, passing gas on my stomach was so badI
could not eat or sleep. Even my
Ion 'their way many of their Span- heart seemed to hurt. A friend suggested
ish-speaking neighbors bound four Adler ka. The first dose I took
brought me relief. Now I eat as I
miles northward for bit of
a su- wish, sleep fine and never felt better."
perior tamales and the more in- -Mrs. Jas. Filler.
Adlerika acts on BOTH upper and
brands of chili.
4 flammatory lower bowels while ordinary laxativesact
on the lower bowel only. Adlenka
gives your system a thorough cleans-
Dueling a la Europe
ing, bringing out old, poisonous matter
UNTIL Dr. Franz Sarga, the duel- that you would not believe was in your
4--- .. 5-f I of Budapest, really system and that has been causing gas
.3 pains, sour stomach, nervousness and
serves one of his enemies en bro- headaches for month
chette, as it were, instead of just Dr. II. 1.: Shoub Neto York, report
"/n addition to inteatinal cleansing,Adlcnkri
( trimming off hangnails and side greatly reduce bacteria and colon bacilli"
I whiskers, I decline to get workedup. Give your bowels a REAL cleansingwith
Adlerika and see how good you
You remember the Doc? He feel. Just one spoonful relieves GAS
: ; set out to carve everybody in Hun- and stubborn constipation. At all
Leading Druggists.
gary who'd snooted his lady wife
and found himself booked to take on ,e

quite a large club membership. But Today's Acts
far he hasn't done much
so more
The acts of today become the
damage .than a careless chiropodistcould.
precedents of tomorrow.-F. Her-

The Forgotten Man.

T HOSE whose memories stretch
that far back into political an' Miss
tiquity may recall theancient days i

that seem so whimsically old-fash-
ioned now, when our present President -

was running the first time on :
a platform which, by general con- says
sent, was laughed off immediately I 7

following election. He promisedthen

to do something for, the forgotten _
the famous lions guarding Lord Nelson's monument at Trafalgar square, early comers man. Remarks were also relieves
held seats all night that they might have a good view of the coronation procession. international News Radiophoto. passed about balancing the budget
right away. HEADACHE 7

But the forgotten man figured extensively -

King's 'Orses and Men Parade for Him in the campaign. Then, quicker because
for awhile
popular interest in him it's liquid...
seemed to languish. So many new
Nn>"' '".. ? ... .
rzy. :r :: 7, 'A' S vy$'.rY.R9!'NJ.a'y N rr >.yr" Fr w x issues came up suddenly, some, like afuatly Jmoved"WNU7
I :0.""'::'(:>" y /
: :! i ;::
t.1-f : porary annoyances, and some which
,' lingered on and abide with
/'//:// ; us yet,
:; 21-37
[;, Y<' well-known including Mr.settee.John L. Lewis, the ,

j;' And now, after these five changeful A single dose of Dr. Pecry's "Dead Shot
crowded years, we have solved expels worms..Tones up the stomach and.
bowels. No after purgative necessary.All
p the mystery-we know who the for- DruggIsts hoc.DrPeer.
t '< gotten man is. The name is Tug- 's
well, spelled as spoken, but you
f :t; can pronounce it "Landon" and get 1.V I'
practically the same general re
0.): suits. Vermifu ewriahte

taw;. IRVIN S. COBB. Pill Co..100 Gold Street, N. Y. City
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Judging Is Difficult .

, "Quotations"The Justice is said to be blind, but THE CHEERFUL CHERUB

: t -A- I is it safe for us to, depend onlyon .i HBBlKl M BMi M HM a a
.. .,
Nn 1W WS'M'Mf0i W0 l wNP'.q! aM;W. difficulty is that
not enough ?
.1 T $ our ears When 1 fc.m with
: poor
treaties have not been signed, but A good neighborhood is one in

that enough treaties are not being which the family noises are kept pith beset

kept.-Sir Austen Chamberlain.The within the family household. till .
By collectors
public schools and some of
our colleges have taught the masses Constantly looking back doesn't' stealthy
just enough; to make them discon- help you forward.

tented.-Chase S. Osborn.It Being polite to the public'makes I recd the quarters
is still the the freest
greatest, fortunes. Sometimes young men '
and the sanest country in the world, get into commerce who do not realize ..9' ..zlne5 -
and I still get the greatest kick in this. They make me feel-
life coming back to America.-

I"i" Ludwig Lewisohn. Our Privilege Is to Listen .50 wealthy. .. (

I think if you can see the funny Literature speaks in the best (R" .(A"'''. '0
side of some things it's easier now '0
and most beautiful words and has
I and then.-Mrs. Franklin D. Roose I It'elt. '
I something to say.

I The only good conversation 'today Actions speak louder than V
, is embalmed in books. Fannie words, but they do not speak as

i1 ; Hurst. often.A .
: rich man can be jolly and WNU Service.

M;{c HoYOkS ocA +r.OeQRY. A3wwt,...eoac..awaa3/'''wisai.Arr.:5.+w6a .. double his popularity.

Peiping' Merchants Bait Poles With Toys. Z6LdPILiISzy Vanity of VanitiesDisappointments Foreign Words

I : Prepared by National Geographic Society Yet there are many things that of youth are and PhrasesAu ft
Washington. D. C-WNU Service.WITHIN are beautiful with an ageless not fatal; nor are those of later

I I the Imperial City of beauty: corners of the Forbidden i life,when one realizes that almostall

on the exact cen- City, as delicate and fine as jewel : is vanity.An fond. (F.) To the bottom; ',

all, oriented to the filigree; the elaborate and cunning old Missouri saying that's thoroughly. -

cardinal points of the com- ornamentation under the eaves of Rights and AbilityWe rather an apt one: Stand in frontof Discerner le faux d'avec le vrai.

pass, is' the Forbidden City, the, the pavilions; the porcelain screens a. mule and behind a, shotgun.We (F.) To discern the false from

'i1 Violet Town, which was the resi- and arches; the timeless splendorof all clamor for equal rights, always preserve an open the true.

dence of the Dragon emperors. It the tiled roofs, that persists in but do we all seek to be equal in mind toward matters that we Aequo animo. (L.) With equanimity

is an inclosure a little longer than spite of the weeds and shrubs which ability? don't care anything about. '
broad, and lies behind a wide moat spring from accumulations of dustin Next to good health, good com- La critique est son fort. (F.)

and a double wall. The., moat, in the cracks between the tiles. The pany is the best boon of life. Direction Is the ThingMore Criticism is his forte.
the summer time, is full of flower- patterns and designs are frozen I in If one could hear the real opin- Prendre le chemin de la greve. ."

ing lotus, and white cranes stalk convention, but trees and water air ion of others about himself he important than your go- (F.) To be on the high road to the

thoughtfully among the rose-pink and light, are integral parts of every might be as much cheered as cast ing, is to know where you are go- gallows.A .

blooms. arrangement.After down.. ing before you start. Walking in 1'impossible nul n'est tenu.F. .

Each corner of the wall has its have dutifully followed Having only about 70 or 80 yearsof the wrong direction means the ( .) There is no doing impossi-

tower, small, but very richly orna- the guidebooks you through a score of time per capita on this planet, faster you travel the farther you bilities.
mented. There are four gates, one and I we have to "kill it" to get rid of it. are from your destination.I I Cacoethes. (L.) An evil habit.
temples palaces, your impres- "
to each face of the wall, and their sions will tend to telescope upon .

names are notable:. East Gate Glori- themselves. But there' are two ,
ous; West Gate Glorious; Gate of
things that you will never iorget:
which is .d
Divine Military 'Progress,
the; Temple of Confucius and the .
the Shen Wu Men, the, North Gate, Temple of Heaven. ''
wherefrom in 1644 the last Ming J
to The Temple of Confucius is in the .
went sorrowfully
emperor North the northern sectionof ;'\
City (
strangle himself on Coal Hill across "
rebel the Tatar City), between the ,:,
the way, while the triumphant
soldiers were breaking into the Im- Lama Temple and the old Hall of -.'
Classics. You to it through _
it fled come :1
outside. Through
the perial Empress City Dowager when the In- noisome alleys that swarm with COME in, examine a cross section cut from a unit.The wider, flatter tread with more rubber < jon

ternational Column battered down scavenger dogs and naked children.A Standard Tire,then examine the the road will give you longer mileage and 1 ,-

the southern gates in 1900. On the passage leads under murmurous deep-cut, non-skid tread and see how much greater protection against skidding. Firestone ",,;

south is the Wu Men, the Meridian tall dragon memorial cypresses tablets, between commemorating ranks of- extra value you get. You will quickly' is able to' give you all these extra values j

Gate, the great gate of ceremonies, the visits and the patronages of understand why more, and more car ownersare because Firestone Standard Tires are built
'not opened since the fall of the
empire. emperors and princes. The passage equipping their cars with these tires. You in such large quantities'that great savings. are

Only from Coal Hill immediatelyto opens upon a low terrace from, will agree that never before have you seen so made in production.

the north from'the White which you descend to the central much quality, so much built-in mileage and so
Dagoba in the Pei Hai to the north- court by marble steps that flank a much safety at so little cost. You will find the Don't drive another day on thin worn tires -. "!

west, can you bring, the Forbidden spirit stairway Dragon eternally Firestone Standard Tire is made safer from that are dangerous'and may cause an accident. :

I City within the eye at once. From contending for. the Pearl, between blowouts with the Firestone patented processof Join the Firestone SAVE A LIFE Campaign : :
> .
of and cloud.
'"' either height, you see the simple, sculptured From it you masses face the sea temple, looking -. Gum-Dipping.The patented construction of by letting your nearby Firestone Dealer or

outline the of its plan.pavilions Down the march centerline along an avenue of ancient treesso two extra layers of Gum-Dipped Cords under Firestone Auto Supply&. Service Store equip <-1'

I one behind great another. thickly set that their interlaced the tread protect against punctures and bind your car with Firestone Standard Tires ':

They are audience halls, council branches cast a cool greenish gloom, the tread and cord body into one inseparable First Grade Quality at Low Cost. .)
very grateful in the summer time. 'f
halls devoted to this phase or that
it low that '
Flanking are buildings
of ancestral veneration, and im-
perial living quarters. Smaller build- serve as storehouses and sleeping

ings lie along the wall to east and quarters for the priests. YOU SAVEBECAUSE ;Q ,ti,
The strikes the trees THE
sun through
west houses for the concubines and % ,
and burns the old red walls of yirione '
\ eunuchs, and space for stores. Each
the pavilions, and the freshly painted : / LONGER NONSKID
pavilion has its courtyard and its MILEAGE AND
formal approach. The courts are patterns under the overhangingeaves 4 PREVENTSSKIDDING
glow richly in reflected light: o
threaded by little, conventional STANDARD TIRES
. blues and emerald
turquoise greens,
moats"with' white marble balus-
trades the terraces balustraded purples, and reds, and yellows. .
, ; are s
There small roofed AND SAVE!
are golden TODAY
" as are the ceremonial flights of
' kiosks and sacrificial .burners. of a
steps.In YOU SAVE
.. n. bronze no longer cast. The noises of 11 '
J .the north end are the pavilionsand the city do not enter here.A YOU SAVE yourself and your family from = BECAUSE TWO '
gardens that the Empress
accidents because Firestone patented
" courteous old with
gentle, priest r ro Of GUMJ3IPPED
used. They small and
Dowager are hairless, ascetic face materializesfrom construction features give you greatest blowout ? /, CORDS MAKE WE ;
intimate, landscaped, shaded by cYpress ,- TIRE MUCH .,
and from skidding.
the shadows to attend you; protection safety
and cedar, and traversed by STRONGER
tie is unobtrusive and detached in
narrow walks among flower beds Standard
robes of and black. The is because Firestone
and fountains, for the old lady loved
low initial cost s ..
no statue in the shrine: it is the Tires give you : {
such things. High Place of "an idea. Tablets, rich- and lower cost per mile. TOO SAVE '"

Decoration Is Colorful. ly engraved, hang above the altar, ON LOW INITIAL COST a' YOU SAVEBECAUSE ,

Some of the buildings are used as publishing the virtues of the Sage, 11"11 @ iA' Eby buying now as tire ; THE '2 )
museums, displaying much unusual and the gray ash of joss sticks in B-i a are advancing. The $ II GUM-DIPPED CORD
treasure, although, at the time of -he incense burner testifies to the price of crude rubber has gone up 110% and GREATESTBLOWOUT ,

the disturbances in 1932 and 1933, devotion of many worshipers.The cotton more than 26% during the past two ,

most of the exhibits were boxed thing is wholly of the spirit. BUY NOW AND SAVE.II. d 40.21 + PROTECTION
and shipped south, to the great indignation You need know nothing of Confu- years.

f of Peiping. cius, nothing of China, to realize

1 The Forbidden City displays the that here is peace made visible; AUTO RADIO DON'T RISK YOUR LIFE V r Chinese decorative scheme at its here is tranquillity; here are a bal- 6 All-Metal Tubes 8

most extravagant and royal. It is ance and a symmetry removed,from i: inch Sound DynamicSpeaker-Diffusion. These ON THIN mm TIRESProtect STANDARDFOR

done in reds and yellows and blues striving; the conception of minds : features cost up to $20
more in other radios. yourself and your family from PASSENGER CARS i,
and greens, all most violent. little that have, after mature thought, IndidisUnUirulCpntril the danger of driving on thin worn
money is spent on its upkeep, and settled their problems.The HIt* $3995 tire. which may cause a serious 4.502o.$6.70 5.25.17$11.x0
i perhaps the close-set walls save it 45021.. 9.05 S.25-18..11.4O ,-'
Temple of Heaven. DO YOU KNOW 47519.. 9.55 HEA'JY\ DUTY
from the grinding of the windblowndust : BATTERIES !
that dulls the colors and the Very different is the Temple of Firestone Extra Power THAT last year highway accident 47520.. 9.85 4-50-2032.O.9O
Heaven, out to the south in the Batteries are built with I. coat the live of more than 38,000 men, 5.00.19..10.30 4502111.40
gilding of places in the and children?
i open. Patented Allrubber women 5.00.20..10.60 4751911.75
Chinese It stands
City. most
I The proportions of the buildings fiercelyin Separators for longer THAT million more were 5.00.21..10.90, 5.00.19..1.95 ,
the its walls life.
sun, enclosing a park
l 1 are majestic without being vast, for SEAT COVERS injured 5.00.22..12..25 5251814.25
, ; the Chinese architect knew how to larger-than the Forbidden City. You OUR THAT more than 40,000 of these '
: go up from the highway along a fortable. deaths and injuries were cau.eddirectlY'
! reate his effects without relying Sot 6' and
l broad avenue, mounting by a rampto OVER CouP.. :Jiw by puncture
on mere size. The clear sky and kidding due to unsafe tires? r vttOaift
t the center of a terraced line of PRICE : Coach*& $369
I the brilliant sun enter into all con- Sdanf *up
pavilions. To the north is the round
ceptions; the secret of their excellence ;
Hall of the Happy Year, its brilliant HOME RADIO AUTO SUPPLIES ,
lies between the air and light 4.40-21..55.65 50019. $7.%0 k
blue tiles and
and a just balance in line and mass. of the distinctive triple-roofed silhouetteone 4Tobe. FOG LtGHTS....$339., o 4-50-20.. 6.05 52517.. 7.7O6.0020HD12 ::':
Many of the structures are jerrybuilt things' on the AC-DC FLASH- 45021.. 6.35/ .70 <;I;
Peiping skyline. IIQHTI....... \
f. and flimsy. The Chinese lacquer r $1395 47519.. 6.70 6.0021HDI3.0OOTHER ..._-:;;.
Turning your back ii, 1r irh.hU2.98 .
upon you '
with which the surfaces are :: SIZES PRICED PROPORTIONATELY LOW ::
walk south, through pavilionsand HOME Above is a section \Above is section ,
; faced is cheap stuff, prone to flake I If open '' RADIOS....11flC'"" cut from smooth, cut from a new -.

f off before it attains age. The fine altar successive of white archways carved marble, to a stark' worn 'BICYCLE!..23.85 ij shows worn the tire non-skid, which Note Firestone the thick Tire. Tjr $tont t
ap- .
' that arch the and FAN mm-siidpro/c/on .
pai-lous streets protection worn
define the approaches to important proached between winged columns. : plugs-lsfe BELTS.........39* off Tires in this against skidding, COURIER ...',;
\ The altar consists of 'Replace spark: conditionaremore blowouts and
three round l :
places are frail things which must i : LDEs..1.e liable to punctures pane tarts.Com in 4402154311475196.37 .;:t
terraces, set one another the todayseebyactualskidding .
upon SUN blowouts and
b2 propped from every side while top one smallest. The steps that Ea LAIIES ...... Oq demonstration. 4.50.21.. 6.03 : *01.4.87 .
they are yet new. The stone, so in-
ascend to it are in groups of nine, I
tricately and beautifully carved, is f-' ,
soft and subject to quick erosion. the mystical number; and the flag- ,I ',' J
stones of the pavement are laid in
Many Lovely Things. concentric patterns in multiples' of ,,' '1'.Y

Many of the most imposing edifices nine. And the roof of that altar is ;

such as the White Dagoba the vault of heaven. ,

that dominates the Pei Hai, one of Here the Emperor came to offer .
the 'Three Seas." are of brick and the Great Sacrifice on the clay of the e I .

rubble surfaced with plaster which winter solstice, to render his Im- >1

,t, unless renewed every season, perial Ancestors an account of his

sloughs away in patches. Distant stewardship, and to solicit their -.
views are impressive, ana close inspection guidance for his people through the listen to tJtg Voice of Firestone. Monday evening over Natlvnwldo N. B. C.I {(ed N ttaorL

disappointing, succeeding year.

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The Clewiston News played his five nickles In the ma- legislature at least. !vantage' of being organic in nature. FREE! If excess acid causes you

chine. If he got back two he had to The position of the intermediate Florida soils are Improved for crop\ Stomach Ulcers, Gas Pains, Indi-

figure the percentage of loss on the counties is seen In the following editorial production by the addition of organic gestion, Heartburn, Belching, Bloat-

Published every Friday in Clewiston, transaction. Likewise, if a playerwon from the Leesburg Commercial matter. ing, Nausea, get free sample doctor's

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, he figured the percentage of his printed in Lake county: prescription, Udga, at Alston's Drug '
Analyses made at the Florida Experiment Store. I./'
winnings.In a.-
Inc. "It will not make a great deal of ,

a very short time, by continued difference to Lake County's voting Station show that the hyacinths -

play, the class found itself without strength in state elections, but thereis carry a content of 1 percent

Keathley Bowden, Editor funds. The machine, while it paid bound to be some bitter fighting nitrogen and about 4 percent potash,

now and then, consistently kept the done on the bill by Senator Touchtonof 4
a percent moisture basis. This
Entered as second class mail matter : lion's share. Dade City, to put Florida on the '
would indicate that the plants dried I
February 1, 1927, at the Post Then the teacher permitted little county unit plan like Georgia is us ,

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under Johnny to unlock the machine and ing. to 4_ percent moisture; would have

the Act of March 3, 1897. take out the- cash box.:: He was instructed "Boiled down, what this means is a fertilizer value of about $7.00 a'I

to'Eount the money and give that a state officer will be chosen bya ton. While green and undried, they f

little Willie 25 percent as his share. sort of electoral college consisting would be worth from 50 to 60 centsa (GP

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. Next the punchboard with one of twice as many delegates as that ton, as fertilizer. The organic matter -. P r 91 es't

Advertising rates on application hundred chances was brought into county has members of the legisla values would be additional.

play and some very interesting arith- I ture. For instance, Lake would have Going a little more into figures,

Devoted to the advancement and metic was revealed in a manner that iix votes, two for Its senator and Mr. DeBusk says that the area of a j i c?

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry deeply impressed the minds of these four for its two representatives. Surn- water hyacinth in the St. Johns River EM11NOLEACKSNVILLE

County. youngsters.The ter and Pasco, having one senator be- territory alone has been estimatedat :

natural question, that arisesin tween them, would get one vote each 30,000 acres, each of which would

the child mind is "If you can't because of him. "_ produce 100 tons of green material J

Exclusive win, why do people play?" The ans- "It is strictly a small county idea, annually, or 3,000,000 tons for. the( FLORIDAGARNETT

wer is-the same as given by Mr. P. aimed against such tactics a's were entire area. At, 50 cents a ton, this ANDREWS.M.nejcr

T. Barnum-"There's one born every I used in Ybor City when Trammell defeated would have an annual fertilizer valueof ENJOY
WNUF minute." In short, nobody but a I Pepper for United States sen- $1,500,000.It modern,fireproof hotel in tie heart of down

sap, who doesn't know his arithmetic ator through the bushels of votes in has feeding value for livestock, town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and

would play one. the Latin precincts. Under the coun- also, and has been used for that pur shower, loft water, ceiling fan, radio, slatted
summer door...Every Bed with innrrjpnnj
Now, nobody likes to think him- ty unit plan, no matter how big a pose for more than 40 years. mattress and reading lamp. Running ice
majority a candidate could pile up in water on every floor. '
self as a. sap, particularly a kid-
crooked precincts that vote would AIR CONDITIONED
and that simple honest lesson, the COCKTAIL LOUNGE COffEE SHOP
TAXES WHICH YOU DO NOT SEE not have any. effect except upon the DINING AND MEETING ROOMS .-
proposition of showing him so he ....
-- delegation from that I Ratci-'Smgle with Private Bath
one county.I
understand and figure it out for
We often hear advocates of the can I 78 Rooms J2.00 80 Rooms S2.50
himself, not only presents arithmetic "We Lake county folks can sit on .
sales tax say in its defense that it 40 Rooms J3 00 24 Rooms S3.50
in a new light, but it impresseshim the sidelines and see this rousing 10 Simpl. Room with Prlviti Beth J400
reach "a lot of people who oth- FLORIDA
as nothing else could with the game for we have very little at stake -SIlgKl uicrcii foi doubU occupancy

erwise do not pay a cent of taxes of hopelessness and tremendous odds either way. 'We are just about the Pitt. ) 9 POUND ,'oi.l.
any kind." Possibly so, if there J* HOTtt PAITEN ' oesoro
who does not groceries, that face the gambler. half-way mark-sort of a pivotal 0.,___,.I... S......!<.G.
anybody use I like Indiana
is slate in
county a national "--i::
in the minds and heartsof
smoke cigarettes, or buy gasoline, politics."

or go to a picture show, or carry young Americans the thought and

life insurance. conviction that any guy who gamblesis q

a SAP and the problem will no Diston Island Ditch H j
From a recent bulletin we gather .
longer be one for the concern of leg-
this bit of information as to what is

behind the price tag on a number of slative bodies. Work Is CompletedMoore
Convince the lad, or lass for that
articles most people buy every day.If .
matter, that refusal to gamble is
the average citizen could see it ttI
more a matter of common sense thanit ( Haven Democrat)
he would find-
is a moral issue, and that a guy A WPA project for cleaning cf
On his bill of $40 to $50a
grocery who is really SMART doesn't get ditches in Diston Island Drainage

month, he pays about $86 a yearin sucked in on such deals, and you've! District with the distract as spon-

taxes.If dealt the slot machine, the punch sors, was completed last!? week, according jPa

he pays $30 a month rent., at board, the lottery and all other to Marcus Fralish, foremanin IN YOUR

least $9 of that goes for taxes. games of chance a more deadly blow charge of the work. The project

If he smokes a package of cigar than all the; laws and' penalties had been in progress 'for about seven I 0 lNHOP =

ettes a day the tax amounts to $29.20a could, months with an average of, a mile a I ,

year. Teach kids that it's SMART not to month of ditches being put in shape I "

Furthermore, Mr. Average Citizen I gamble while they're In knee pants, during the time.

pays $2.88 a year tax on picture and there'll be a. lot fewer SAPS At the beginning of the project Stop at the

shows, $3.84 on lights, $3.60 on gas when the coming generation dons only six men :were available on the

(not gasoline), $3 on life insurance, long trousers. project and the work was slow dur- tloteL Patricia

$21.60 on clothes, and $5.31 on soft ing the first months on this account.
More men were added gradually up-

And that, you will probably agree, til twenty men were at work. The 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
is quite a little wad of taxes.Ex..
existing ditches: were badly grown upi
(Moore Haven Democrat) r
weeds and filled in /9 9Sit
up many places Outside Rooms With
An excerpt from the'column
aDaDgn IIIrIIIIrrrrrrrnrrrrrrToo to such an extent that their efficiency I
"Whirligig" in the West Palm Beach Private' Bath
was badly impaired. The II
Tropical Sun of last week gives another -
Late To Classify slant at the bill introduced by work done consisted not ''only of COOL, CLEAN, QUIET I on top of the world, dependent

cleaning the weeds and hyacinthsfrom upon no one, in your .
<% %vseU Kay Representative Paul Rardin of Palm the ditches but also included Overlooking: Biscayne Bay own home, and provide last

y Beach County to change the designation excavation and sloping to their orig- ing security for your family!

of Lake Okeechobee from saltwater Two blocks. to Shops, Theatre and You can buy or build so easily
(CiCGIIIII IIIIQIIIIrrrPlIIrrrrrrrJtIIlIf inal size and depth, a six foot top, and with
to fresh. This column was written Business Section. economically our
four foot bottom and three feet "Budget Monthly }JaymcntPlan"
some member of the legislaturewere by Mr. Rardin concerning his activities -
deep.In. A long term to pay
to hop on his hind legs and introduce in Tallahassee: RATES with small rent-size
to the work pay
addition cleaning
a bill providing that all ,elementary "I am reminded by one of the ments, quickly gives you a
culverts constructed
schools be equipped with press gang across the hall that_ I three were another clear home. Get complete de-
work done which will be of $1.50 Single
slot machines, punch boards and a, should say something about my bill tails without obligation, now.
lasting benefit to the district and
typical bolita layout, he would, prob-, to change..the status of Lake Okee-: $2.50 Double
permit easier control of the water
ably be tarred and feathered, boiledin chobee. Maybe you read 'somewhere

oil and strung up to the nearest about a bill I introduced to change table in this important agriculturalarea.
Special Family, Weekly & Clewiston HomeBuilding
tree. the status of Lake Okeechobee from
The men from this project will be Monthly Rates
But a courageous school teacherin salt water to fresh water. That was I
I assigned to the- city street project at Association
Illinois is employing just such one bill that took a severe drubbingin S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
the beginning of the next work period. -
committee. I think fisher-
equipment in teaching mathematicswith every .
the result that this subject has man on Lake Okeechobee attended $W WII"

. become one of the most popular in that committee meeting and any time

the school. you think they can't present a persuasive ......:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::.:..:..:.

"But", :you gasp, "teachin' kids to argument, you missed your RURAL COMMON SENSE ...................................................................;.................................................................................................................ill
play slot machines! Showin' 'em guess. I presented the bill and its -

-. how to contents in the best manner I could By Spuds Johnson
" operate wicked gambling devices "
but the frowns the .;. .:.
j' in a school room-it's terrible! that crept over ........... .. .... ,
1:N:NNN N:N1: : : : : :N M: :N:111NN: : :N N N 1 y I ?
' faces of the committee members told
:: I'll admit it does sound plenty y. yi
me that something was going to happen WATER HYACINTHS CAN

screwy, but wait-don't form snap to it. It was only a few minutes BE USED AS FEED AND
.;. judgment. Let me tell the rest of i CLEWISTON 60Lf ij!

,. ; the story. I until has I found anything out that to say whether about nature 'itor FERTILIZER- 1IATERIALI I .

: Kids want a lot of things, but not Lake Okeechobee will remain
-' The water hyacinth, supposed to
above everything else they want to salt water for at least another have been introduced into Florida in I !
tF; KNOW. They heard J 'i COURSE
have all "
about couple of :years., the late 1880's, has spread until it .. ,
': gambling being They've I .
wrong. been I I threatens to infest every fresh water :'

.. ; told NOT TO. But they see grownups THE COUNTY UNIT SYSTEM lake and stream in the state. At first :.s.j: I". ..:..' ,.i.-: ,:f'r .? :s:
y., flocked around machines \ ,-0;: "" .s.
they ...
; I I '. .
J thought beautiful because of its flow- I '-' -'. '. ;' I" .:.
: .. ._
hear Uncle ; 1'
s'. Bill tell Dad about win- (Moore Haven Democrat) I :
ers and its quick growth in ponds, it ', .
ii-,:., nin' on bolita last night, they watch The smaller Florida counties have I :: ':,' :i:
k, was soon found to be a pest. It hinders ..
'" :: mother paw over her ticket stubs to discovered a new ring to put in the navigation and pleasure boating, '!. J .' .:.

v see if her number came out for the rioses of the larger counties and .' I .i.
mars the beauty of lakes and rivers;
+::i Charity Raffle.Percentage while they may hesitate to insert it renders mosquito control more difficult -I :::' i :::
.. = ..
profit, and loss are just yet, the larger counties have : f J '
Jt" perhaps adversely affects fish,
subjects that come under the head I been quite worried and metro.I
particularly black bass, in. a lake or :
: : of arithmetic. They lolitian daily in the state has written I
equally to -
: ?tream, and no doubt also reducesthe to the Public I I
' gambling, and in introducing actual editorials condemning the proposed capacity of water for absorbingheat Open

'..' slot machines and punch boards to county unit system of voting and thus giving protection to
his arithmetic class this thoughtful introduced recently in the House by
't adjacent crops during cold nights.
teacher not only aroused keen'in small
ter- a county legislator. I
Eradication of the pest now is an ? ?
est in the
subject he was attempting The system, should the small- impossibility, however, since it
-,. L to teach, but sold
the anti-gambling county bloc decide to push it, would grows profusely from either vegeta- y

:.J' IDEA to his students more forcefully secure' almost a hundred per cent approval tive parts or seeds, is widely scattered ?. I! .1's. .

i.\: and effectively than all the lectures of the smaller counties; the I and Its seeds sometimes stay in .s. 1' I ,: ;::.
on morals could have y
The accomplished. I intermediate counties would adopt ponds for years before they germinate. ?
study of I
arithmetic became an I a neutral attitude and the 'larger .. Much as complete eradication is

Interesting game. Little Johnny, a counties would fight a losing fight. lo be desired, it is now admitted to y
:: Fees'r: ::
member of the class, posed as the I However tModerate Green *_
it is our belief that the be beyond accomplishment.When ..
owner of the .t .s. '
machine. Little Willie ,
plan was evolved entirely for the ..
a pest cannot be eradicated,
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represented the merchant who ; Exceptional Fairways ;
gota purpose of keeping the larger counties the next best thing is control. E. F. ;

of percentage the class,pf provided the "take"with. The slugs rest,I kill from certain making legislation further which attemptsto is DeBusk Agricultural, citriculturist Extension with Service the,State pro- ::::: I [Interest ng Greesis ::

t took the part of the public.As y
now aiding the smaller counties more poses that farmers and' growers use : : ;:
an example, $10 t I .
repre- than the larger ones and that unless hyacinths
'. to fertilize their citrus
sent the. combined capital of the the larger counties ask for it, the 1 trees and other growing crops. Ho ,-- -
;.' Then group.the which was equally 'divided..county unit system will die the deathof says the weed has considerable, fertil- I_.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..;..;..:..:..:..:..:.a
play would
; begin.
Sammy a Tag doll, in this session of the izer value, and has the additional ad-



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r'.1:I ..;.../...1.1..........1'..1...1...1...1...1.........I!...N.ININI111. . .........../..'s'I .) Swayne: Halson Avant, Ed Ward) Other guests included Mrs. I. M. YOU GO, ELLA j|IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?

'I % '" Judson Francis, Coburn Moore, R. Pafford, 1Irs.Leslie Miller, Mrs. B.
: ::;:: Personal I Mention :=;: L. Coker, Merrell Lowe, J. H. Shuck, C. Flaniken, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. G. The mistress of the house heard I I .

: W. G. Kimbrel, Mac Fullwood, wil- B. Rackstraw, Mrs. F. M, Wright, the bell ring and saw a Chinese ven-II
, .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:":":"':")':. liam Johnson, Jack Wynn, Jimmy Mrs. Martha Ludekins, Mrs. I. D. dor standing the open front door.I ,TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS
: )I
i _' R. Y. Patterson was a business Holland, John Holland, Junior Wald- Leydig, Mrs. J. W. Moore, Mrs. J. Stepping to the back of the hall she : -

,' visitor in Tallahassee this week. ron, Carlisle Reddish, Boe Lolley, E. Beardsley, Mrs. L. H. Robbins, called out to the maid: I Examination for teachers' certificates -

Munselle Stone Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, Mrs. T. B. "There's a Chinaman at: 'the door. will be held in the super-

; Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Smith, Shelley and Mrs. W. W. Perry. You go, Ella. | intendent's office 'in the court house
.1 C. L. made business trip
a LaBelle .
Mr. and Mrs. Stroud, Mrs. W. ''C. The hostess served a salad course. This was too much for the China I Jin June 3-4-5, 1937.j .
to Miami
I ; yesterday. Hooker, Mrs. A. P. Wynn, Mr. and man, who stuck his head into the j Application blanks, may' be obtain-

I !' Mrs. R. E. Waldron, Mr. and Mrg EVERGLADES DRAINAGE IS doorway and shouted indignantly: : i ed at the superintendent's office.

''I Miss Mary Markette and Ted Cow-I Foy Durrence, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. DESCRIBED IN STATE ISSUE "You go 'clla yourself." .i I S. A. GRAVES, ?
art motored to Fort Myers Sunday. Davis and Mrs. Viola Stone. -- i i Hendiy County Superintendent -

I -- Jacksonville, May How giant AN EVIDENCE OF TRUE I Public Instruction.

# Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling were MRS. RACKSTRAAV IS HOSTESSAT dredges have operated day and night GREATNESS May.. 21-28. "

r visitors in Fort Myers Wednesday.Mrs. DELIGHTFUL BRIDGE PARTY for more than seven years contribut- j
General Robert: E. Lee was once
ing to the tortuous of drain- '
L. H. Schuck,1\In.H.C.A asked what he thought of a certain I
ing the Everglades is vividly described -
G. B. Rackstraw entertained
ant and Mrs. H. C. Land were visit- young officer whom Jefferson Davis
f' ors in Fort :Myers Tuesday.Mrs. delightfully with a bridge party Wed- in the forthcoming issue of the I was considering for an important-po i n
afternoon at her home Florida State Guide, a publication of
nesday on sition. Lee gave the officer an excellent 'ROUND-TRIP a
A. L. Morgan and Miss Fran- Osceola Avenue. High score prize, a I the federal writers' project. recommendation, and 'the I TICKETS '
china hors d'ouvre tray, was won by: Reclamation work on the wide I
ces Morgan spent the week-end visiting young man was immediately<; promoted. GOOD IN COACHES
in West Palm Beach. Mrs. H. A. Bestdr. Mrs. W. C. Owen horizons around Citrus Center is ""
received a cake server as second given special attention, according to "That officer has said some very SOLD EVERY DAY BETWEEN

Mrs Fred Flanders and daughter, high prize. Low score was made by Dr. Carita Doggett Corse, state director bitter things about you, General." [ ALL ATLANTIC COAST LINE

, Phyllis, of Moore Haven were visit- Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, who was who' says the guide will relate some of Lee's friends told him, "andwe [ STATIONS WITHIN 125 MILES

ing friends here Tuesday. consoled with a novelty mending kit. the difficulties of farmers 'liv- are surprised that you gave him! OF SELLING STATION AT

Mrs. W. F. Simpson received a fruit ing in' houses built on stilts, who at- your recommendation." GREATLY REDUCED PRICES

I Judge H. A. Rider of LaBelle was juice pitcher as cut prize. tempted to cultivate' the rich soil "I was not asked", said the great-I STOPOVERS ALLOWED

transacting business in Clewiston Cakes, ice cream and coffee were in advance of water control. hearted Lee, "for the officer's opin-: ASK THE AGENT TICKET

Tuesday. served to Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs.D. The Florida state guide is one of ion of me, but for my opinion ohim. I i L .

-- G. Alston, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, 48 state volumes which will be in- ."-Christian Science Monitor I I 0'
H. Peters of West Palm Beach
Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. W. M. Red- cluded in the national guide and is I
JI the of Mr. and Mrs. W. I
was guest elsheimer, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs.R. the result of 18 months research bya

F. Simpson over the week-end. Y. Patterson, Mrs. M. E. Von staff of experienced writers. Sup- t'f; E; ( J t+ t:

Mach and 'Mrs. Keathley Bowden. ervision of nationally known auth-
George Turner of Avon Park
ors assures a well written, informative -
spent Wednesday and Thursdaywith MRS. ROY ALSTOX ENTERTAINS and accurate volume.
Mr. and Mrs.. Turner. I
MEMBERS OP NEW JUDGE! CLUB Though prepared in entertaining -
:. ..' NOTICE J : .
narrative form, the book gives spec- .: :
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were Roy Alston was hostess Wed- ial attention to routing and direc- ",' ,. .:,, ..' : _
visitors in West Palm Beach Satur- ,
nesday' evening at the newly organized tions. It offers an incentive for tour- :
day. evening bridge club. High'score ists to get off the beaten paths and ; : :.rQ.q: U R CUSTOMERSEffective '
: "
prize, bath powder, was awarded to discover the heretofore, unexploited .
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bradnack Urs. Campbell E. Nail, low, ,novelty attractions of the state. The guide; it ,.. '. ";,: '
have been in Orlando at their home '. '
soaps, to 'Mrs. C. R. Cruze. is said, will be of great value to com- OJ, '
for several days while Mr. Bradnackis ,. .
munities .
Other members are Mrs. B. J. that are without funds to

on vacation. Schroeder, Mrs T. B. Shelley, Mrs. attract visitors. with billing for'June; .1 937, our
L. Paul Harry Turner Mrs. R. C. Wilson Based on inquiries received by
Mrs. H. Schuck and son, : '
expect to leave Sunday to join Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling. Mrs. Glen book distributors, the California and! monthly rates for water:wine as follows:'

Schuck and their other son, Louis, in Etherton substituted for Mrs. Nowl- Florida guides promise to be best ,

I their new home in Panama City. ing Wednesday evening. sellers of the state series. .

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Mrs. Fred Hill were visitors --- -- ;
First 4,000 gallons '. : ; $2.00
I Lykes Brothers of Tampa this / '_
West Palm Beach Tuesday. Mrs. L. H. Robbins was honor
guest at a luncheon given by her week bought 150 head of beef steersof : L

Misses Hazel Prince and Mildred daughter-in-law, 'Mrs. C. E. Robbinsat Ed Welles and others. The stock Next I 11,000 gallons ( gal
per 1.Qpq
had been running on pasture be- ,
Ward, Judson Francis and EdWard her home in Sagamore Court Sat- :
afternoon in urday. tween Arcadia and Sarasota and .
spent yesterday .
were transferred to Lykes pastureland Ions) . & . .. .;"-' ..,. ... > : .30
West Palm Beach.
Guests included Mrs. Joe Robbins, "
between here ,nd Okeechobee.The : -:2.: > .
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs.. I. D. Ley- "
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg dig, Mrs. C. B. Roberts, Mrs. Wilfred steers were loaded on trucks ) Balance (per 1 1,000 gallons l ) ., : *. and were taken through the city the v ,
are planning to leave Sunday for a Lockhart, Miss Dorothy Lockhartand ,
f \ visit with relatives in Boston, Massachusetts Mrs. Olin Carleton. first of the week enroute to their .
J(: and for vacation new grazing ground. -Arcadia Ar- Minimum > $2.0u:
--: a trip monthly charge : ; : :
to other points in the north. EZELLES ENTERTAIN WITH cadian. ( ,

Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Yenawine and Minimum residential deposit _. 3.00
daughter, Jean, accompanied Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle entertained \.' i I'' .
Mrs. G. A. Yon and John Kettl of Saturday evening with abridge One of the most familiar of na '

South Bay to Palm Beach for the in honor of Mr. and 'Mrs. W. ture's daily miracles is the trans- Minimum business deposit : '. ',". 5.00. '

day Sunday.Mr. F. Simpson, who are moving this formation of caterpillar into moth. .' '::i '! .,

week to Okeechobee. Quite similar but less publicized is \", : ; ;,, '}' ,', .' .
L and Mrs. W. F. Simpson and Combined score prizes were given the evolution of a screw'' worm'intoa

Mrs. Olin Carleton left this morningfor Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miller win- striped green fly. Unlike the cater- ,

Okeechobee, where Mr. Simpsonhas ning high score. They were given a pillar, which spins its cocoon or pu GLADES WATER COMPANY

been transferred by the Engi- carafe. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith pal case above ground, the screw .

neers. / received second high score prize, aset worm buries itself about an inch underground -: \

I I of plates, and Mr. and Mrs. B. C. contracts, and hardensits L
'. Mr. and Mrs., R. T.' Mitchell and outer skin form shell. In this
, Flaniken, low, a platter. The Simp- a "l ti..tft: : \r W ?ltf
f daughters, Faith Louise and Dorothy sons ''were given a jug. ,All prizes brown case it rests and, unseen, the ..
, i are\Jeaving today for Miami were of bright colored pottery. I maggot evolves into a fly. 'Books --

I Beach. Mr. Mitchell has accepted a Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. have been written on how a fly larva .
Ai ll$. .ti __ lI
position in Miami and the family has I. M. Pafford, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon contracts, how eyes, legs and wings '

taken a house at the beach. Mobley, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Curry, develop, how form and color em-

Mrs. H. R. Hall and H. O. Peters.A erge. But only the prying eyes of
and Mrs. H. A. Bestor had as NOTICE
the scientists have witnessed this
course was serv-
I' their guests for.a few days c>ver' the
cT ed by Mrs. Ezelle. phenomenon. The metamorphosis TO OUR CUSTOMERS
week-end Mr. and Mrs. E. Adams
complete, the fly breaks the end of ,
I of Blue Field, Nicaragua. The
MRS. ALLISON HONORED WITHA the pupal case, crawls out, pushesup -
Adams and Bestors were friends and
\ "MOTHER AND BABY" TEA to the surface of the ground,
We have the of REDUCTION
neighbors fifteen years ago in' the pleasure announcing a
dries, expands its wings and flies '
t, Canal Zone. Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, assisted by away. On a fresh wound it lays its I in our rates for electric' power

Two attractive girls from Jackson, Miss Dorothy Lockhart, entertainedwith eggs-eggs which in an unbeliev- which will effect a substantial saving for
Mississippi, arrived in Clewiston for a "mother and baby" tea Mon- ably short time hatch into hungry

extended visits this week. Miss Kath- day afternoon honoring Mrs. R. V. screw ,worm larvae burrowing into many of our customers. I .

erine Baker is visiting her cousins, Allison and daughter, Gail. the wound. Effective with .
billing for June 1937 our
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spikes, and The guests were entertained Obviously, it would be impracti- ,

Miss Aline Herring is the guest of watching antics of the five babies, cable to try to kill the screw wormsin monthly rates for electric power will be ',.
her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. whose ages ranged from 14 to 18 the pupal stage, because they arcs' computed the following schedule.
and Mrs. B. E. Herring.Mrs. months. inaccessible. Either the fly, the egg on ,

Wafers, sandwiches and an iced mass or the worm itself must be de

R. V. Allison and little drink were served atthe tea hour. stroyed. Traps for screw worm flies For Lights: ,

daughter, Gail, of Gainesville spent The guests included Mrs. Allison and have not as yet proven efficient be- First 1 100 KWH at 12 -2c 1 per KWH

the week-end here with Mrs. Alli- Gail, Mrs. I. 1\[. Pafford 'and Mary cause no bait has I been;> found whichis
Next I 100 KWH 1 II l .I KWH
son's father, F. L. Williamson. Dr. Kay, Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and Betty as attractive to a screw worm as at c per ,.

Allison accompanied them from Carol, Mrs. W. W. Perry and John- an open wound. Killing the wormsor Next I 100 KWH at I lOc per KWH

Gainesville and made a trip to Miami nie, and Mrs. Keathley Bowden and eggs remain the only alternativesand '
while Mrs. Allison and Gail remained Paul. the only places the worm or Balance at 8c per KWH .... .

here. eggs are found are at the wounds of Minimum charge $1.50;;:.
MRS. SIMPSON HONOR GUEST AT animals. (The few minutes in which .

MAE LILY STONE ENTERTAINS BRIDGE TUESDAY AFTERNOON the grown worms are migrating out Minimum deposit $4.00. '

WITH DANCE FOR VISITOR -- of the wound and dropping and burrowing :- Combination:. -
-- 'Mrs. Keathley Bowden entertained into the ground offer no opportunity ,
Miss Mae Lily Stone entertained with a bridge and tea Tuesday for destroying them.) First 40 KWH at $4.00. .
: J at her home Friday evening with a afternoon Benzol placed in an infested wound
I honoring Mrs. W. F. Simpson Next 60 KWH at 5c per KWH'
dance in honor of Miss Lessie Jewel .
and her mother, Mrs. Olin Carle- kills the worms.'Pine tar oil brushed
Luke, who spent several weeks here ton. on and around the wound makes the ',. Next 300 KWH at 4c per KWHBalance -

visiting her sister, Mrs. Hansel ,Mc-I High score prize was won by Mrs.J. wound unattractive to flies and pre- 3c
, at KWH
Duffie. W, Ezelle who received a min- vents blowfly eggs from hatching. I per
:I Music was furnished by M. A. iature glass enclosed garden; second These are the only two materials Minimum charge $4.00

II"l Thomas and N. C. Smith playing via- high, a manicure set, went to Miss recommended by the United States '- ', ':.. Minimum
&' lins. They were accompanied by two Dorothy Lockhart; low, a set of Department of Agriculture, Bureau : deposit ,
others playing guitars. bridge pencils to Mrs. C. E. Nail. of Entomology and Plant Quaran- ...

Attending were Misses Lessie Jew- Mrs. R. N. Smith ,won the cut prize, tine, for the treatment of screw For further details call

el Luke, Emma Ezelle, Hazel Prince, a guest towel. Mrs. Simpson and worm cases. .
Mary Markette, Roberta George, :Mil- Mrs. Carleton ,
were given linen .
dred Ward, Dorothy Hare, Ethel and handkerchiefs, and Mrs. A. A. Mun- Fence Riders GLADES POWER AND LIGHT CO.

Gladys Willis, Billie Hooker, Doro- roe, who is leaving next week for Fence riders on cattle ranchesare
men who make periodic rounds'of
thy Bethea Bernice O'Neal, and Ted her
new home"in Madison
was givena '
the fenced to if .
area .
see .
Cowart, Boyd Vorhees, Kenneth linen kitchen towel. fences need repair.i any ." .: : -.'-_'.L.._' .;flj $.fittmqf ;.:w 1tI




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"Live Wire" Attemptedto

I Work Over Old Crisis ',

During the early days of the

World war the New York Sun sent

BEAUTY DAUGHTERBY over a "live wire" to its London

1 office. He came to the office one

Sunday morn. No one was there.

Picking up the Observer, his eye

Kathleen NorrU came across a dispatch announcing -

:' KATHLEEN NORRIS. o I. 0 WNU Service. the British fleet had arrivedin
: the English channel with decks

cleared for action. Thoroughly ex-

Sited, he dragged the resident cor-
r 'respondent from bed by phone.

f J "My God," he panted, "the Brit-

SYNOPSIS The afternoon dragged. After a immediately that she and her from Dad. We're in Nevadadidyou ish fleet is out and there's no one

while Victoria put on her old white mother were going up to Tahoe to realize that? Aunt Anna's cabinis here. The Observer carries it."

:.. Victoria Herrendeen. a tnvaclou" little serge skirt and a white thin sweater visit Anna Brock. Mrs. Brock was well over the line, and on that day "Say," yawned the old-timer,
:. girl had been too young to feel the shock pulled a small white hat over an old friend who had a daughter when we took a long drive we went I "read that head again."
'.' that came when her father. Keith Herren her bobbed head and went to the Catherine; Victoria and Catherinehad to Reno and arranged it." He did. It ran "From the Ob.

', .' deen. lost his fortune A gentle unobstrusive an obscure library to get a new book. When known each other, not very intimately Victoria was ;\ looking 'at her server of 1814."
; soul, he is now employed is
chemist m San Francisco, at a meager she came back at five, her motherwas all their lives. They had .mother steadily; she had not moveda
(-s salary. His wife. Magda. cannot adjust her, entertaininb a caller. It was always rather shyly liked each oth muscle. Now she swallowed witha
, self to the change. She Is a beautiful worn World's Gold
;: a square; dark skinned man, er. dry throat.

i':; men's an. fond attention.of pleasure Magda and and a Victoria magnet have for sprawled in a low chair, a glass of "Dad, will you be up at all, week- There were tears in Magda's eyes Improved methods have boosted

' been down at a summer resort and Keith champagne between. his big brown ends?" and in her voice; and she stopped Alaska's gold production to a new

Joins them for the week-end. Magda leaves. hands. "That's a pretty expensive trip, short and looked away over the daz- high of more than $18,000,000 in a

;:, for a bridge party, excusing" herself for beInj "This is my little girl Mr. Man- Vic." zle of blue water. single year, best since 1909. That

I' such a "runaway. Later when that she hears night ners." "But once? If we can afford to "Oh, the break' is terrible, 1 know sounds like a lot of money, but
"'. Victoria is grief-stricken
[ct her parents quarreling The Herrendeens "Come, it was to be Ferdinand!I" stay there, surely you can affordto that-I know it how! But after a it's only small change when you

-". return to their small San Francisco apart the man said, his voice and accent come up once?" I few weeks-after a month or two- talk about gold mining. Annual '

: ment. Keith does not approve of Magda's instantly betraying the Latin. "I'll try." everyone gets used to it-and the gold output of the world runs into ,_
\.:: mad social'life and they quarrel freQuently. countered "It isn't to cost two who have nervous real
P Victoria asks her mother why her dad Is "It was not, Magda going us very persons grown ,money-well over $1,000,000000. ,-
a'} so worried simply, smiling. She was in something much," said her mother. "The cot- and irritable and 'wretched together South Africa supplies just

soft and cool and pale blue; tage belongs to Anna's sister, and are free!I" about one-third of it.

( she had had time to dress, time to our food won't be much." "But then when will I see Dad?" More than two thousand minesin

i:,: CHAPTER II-Continued draw shades and set the flowers I "Oh, are we sort of boarding, Victoria asked, tears gushing from the United States dig up every
, -3- Mother?" her "Can I write to him?"
4 about advantageously. I eyes. year a total of more than $100-
K: "Why, he's been so glum and si- "Are you going up to Helen's?" : "Something' like that." "My darling, of course. And he'll 000,000 worth of the yellow metal.

[ lent these last months I hardly he was presently asking. He paidno I Keith Herrendeen, putting themon come to see you at school. take you -Washington Post.

r' know. Ever since you and I went attention to Victoria. Magda the train -eave Victoria a little__m_ out to movies! Why', I'm writing

.,... : down to Santa Barbara last summer shook her head. "You're not?" the box in parting. him today, and I'll put your love

'" he's seemed to feel he has a griev man demanded surprised. "That belonged to my mother, in."

,; :: ance." Again the beautiful affectionate "My little spare tire," Victoria's and her mother before heryou'veseen It seemed less strange the next Finds Way to Have

f.':< eyes filled with tears.Victoria's mother said, her arm about her. it, the pearl and onyx set. I day; Dad and Mother separating.Still Young-Looking Skin

heart ached for her "But good gracious, take her! want you to have it." Victoria tried to adjust her

.,; with a fierce wrench of pain and Connie's girl must be about her Victoria clung to him. "Dad, thoughts to all the amazing anglesof at 35!

t''.: sympathy. She knew of what her age." you're not going to have much fun. this new turn of affairs, thoughtthat ri

k:... mother was thinking on these hot "No," Magda said, gently shaking I wish you were going!" And she I she would go and see Dad t ii IT'S utterly wonderful how

a.' days; she was "thinking of her her head. "Not just now, any- called back to him over her shoul- often, too, if she could get away I F1 i creme takes away this "agefilm"in scientific

:i friends at Tahoe, and up on the But it must be lovely up der: "I'll write you-I love you!" from school. And perhaps next i' % only 5 nights! At 30-
'i_' Klamath river, and down on the way. For the first day or two Mrs. year he and she would have their $ 35-40 even, women now
there! I've never been there, you ., thrill to rose-pctally soft
>,: cool shores of Pebble beach and know. of Brock and Magda talked together little dream house on the shore fora x; smooth youthfully clear
telling me
Phyllis was
and cook waffles and skin!This Golden Peacock
Santa Barbara. and few ,
iY. ,:;; some place-the Braverman place confidentially inexhaustibly. Bleach Creme acts the only way to free skin of
!''i< '. Presently Magda came back to Catherine and Victoria did not scrambled eggs. dull ugly old-looking film of semi-visible dark-
right on the water- ening particles'A revelation for ugly blackheads
This late August. It was in i
the was
f question: care, for they were embarked
\ upon surface pimples freckles too! Try itl! Get
:a. : "You do see that it's hard for me, "But that's just the place 1 am the most enchanting adventure of early October that Victoria, slim Golden Peacock Bleach Creme at any drugor
going to buy!" Ferdinand Manners in the dark department store, or send 50c to Golden
and happy
would do? and busy
Victoria? What you their lives. All day long, and far Peacock Inc.,'Dept. E-325,Paris,Tenn.
"Oh, yes; oh, yes," Victoria exclaimed. When Magda presentlywent into the beautiful summer nights, blue Dominican uniform, with the
hard all!" out of the room to bring him dazzling collar of her bluejacket'sblouse
agreed.uIt'sit's on us the two girls talked and laughed,
"Hard on you, too, dear?" Herr her Spanish shawl, he asked Vic- swam and cooked and walked to- turned back at the neck, and Keep Your Lendings

mother asked quickly, in a tone toria if she knew that she had a gether, giggled their way through the pale blue scarf that markedher Borrow trouble for yourself if

that shrank away from pain. very beautiful mother. He bent his adventures that supplied them with as a freshman blowing in the that's your nature, but don't lendit
h,: "Hard to see you unhappy and see russet head over the shawl. "Yes, endless material for laughter and autumn wind, was stopped as she to your. neighbors. Kipling.

him unhappy," Victoria said, her I that is a fine shawl," he said. "What reminiscence.The was racing in Catherine's wake
does the man osier you?" little cabin across the school playground.
,1' yes watering. was on the east
Victoria was shocked. Was Mother "Letter for Victoria," said ,.
There was a ring at the door. side of the lake; it was ,so small
Victoria going to sell the famous old Sister Beata extending it in a clean,
was glad to go to answer that the happy party had the feel-
shawl? She saw that her mother ing of living out of doors.A cool hand.

cornpletely hadn't wanted her to know. mile or two to the west was the "Oh, thank you, S'ter," Victoria

with a great box of flowers; there "He offers me three hundred- hotel, in a settlement of informally gasped, seizing it. It was from her 5,,. ,G pgai+cwlrB ytt46f1N.ti -

were often boxes of flowers, but not Marsh It's to be edged with fur grouped lake homes; the Brock mother, who was down in Santa

often as large as this. for a wrap. They'll take all this place was all'by itself, with a little Barbar with the Arnolds. It told

Victoria ran about getting vases off." Magda ran her fine thin hand triangular sandy beach of its own. her happily, simply, that her'mother BIG GLASSES GROCERS

for them. through creamy silk fringes so stiff Anna and Magda and the two girls and Ferdinand Ainsa Y' Castello

"And what's in the box, Mother, that they looked like cotton. concocted for themselves the sort Manners, "for you may as well Deep Water

x' the little box?" of meals that women love in sum- have his whole name, my darling, Smooth runs the water where

t Mrs. Herrendeen was smiling superbly Just.a week later Victoria broughtill mer: salads, bowls of berries, boxed although I've only got the first" and the brook is deep.Henry.Genuine .

K' shaking her head. The card, a great box just delivered from cookies, fruits.Victoria's the last on my new cards, had

twisted and wired :n a wet envelope, Marsh's; the shawl was inside. It beautiful mother had been married that day at noon.

was in her hand; the little square had been changed into a sumptuous for a friend one of the homeliest of
jeweler's box with it. evening wrap with a border all the women. But Anna Brock had an Her father came to see her now

"What's in it, Mother?" Victoria way about it of soft white fur. And odd abrupt charm of her own, and and, then, on Sundays. They were I
insisted. this gift her 'mother did not return. she was extremely brilliant. She oddly silent, oddly ill at ease with

"I hate to look," ,the woman said. She put it away in the great trunk spoke French and German, and in each other.

'. "'I know it's going to make me that always stood in her room; there September she was going to New Victoria saw her stepfather onlyin
'i;:'' angry." was small closet space in the apart- York to teach Latin in a boy's flying glimpses for the remainderof

-: .. "Angry?" ment. school. And then Catherine-joy of her school life. He and her

::- "I think so. Oh," Magda mur- That same week, on another joys-would! be placed with Vic- mother were at the big Manners

: : mured, under her breath, "he has sticky sultry night, Keith Herren- toria, in the San Rafael boarding cattle ranch down in the Argentinefor tain death 0-Cedarsprayisquick to moths, flies and insects., cer-
I deen school. would still be together two years, and when they came
::. no right to do that!" came in looking tired anc.. paleat They Guards your health, protects your
"Do you know who it is before you six o'clock, apparently more than back Victoria was preparing for a clothing,rids home of annoying house-

even read the card, Mother?" ordinarily wearied by the burden "Mother, how can we afford second trip to Europe. Mother Ray- hold pests.Has a cleanfresh odorwill

. "I think I do. I think it's my and heat of the day. He sank intoa that?" Victoria asked one' day. mond had written, to her mother not stain.Full satisfaction guaranteed

rich friend, Mr. Manners," chair in the sitting room that was Magda and her daughter had about leaving her in.the school there -:: -it's an O-Ccdar product.
t .. "The Spanish one?" also the dining room, where Victoriawas swum out through the shallow clear for the final year of French and
: already setting the table. water to a great rock and were music and culture generally, and i?'
tt:" "He is half Spanish, 1 believe. it. Victoria had only one real visit with O C 3f .
;' Magda slowly brought forth the "I brought you a little present, basking on wi n T r
"This is a good chance to talk to her mother before it was time to go. S ray
,> card, glanced at it, crumpled it tot Magda, he said, his face suddenly Manners had leased P n
:> pulp. Victoria's eager eyes were bright with a smile. "It's not much, you, Vic, without Anna or Kittsy Ferdinand 4d
my dear." hearing," Magda said, by way of the big Chalmers place in Burlin-
her she the little
; as opened
; upon
.. after moment's hesitation. game; Magda was back among her
It was an Emporium box white reply, a
( box, cutting its heavy cords and ; a
and with
to feel friends again giddy happi-
"Vic I don't want
. linen jacket unlined with you
:: breaking away the wax seals. There a smart
and triumph.TO .
about this her mother pres- ness
dark blue stripe about the collar badly ,
cardboard box
were a a light
F'. wooden box, a lined jewel case in and cuffs. The tag ,was still ont ently began. I'm 'getting a divorce

, which a heavy, diamond braceletwas ; he explained that she was freeto The Victims
; exchange it if she liked. Victoria The humble suffer when the
flashing and gleaming on a "Father of French Railroads" Honored;
:., satin cushion. sent a quick apprehensive powerful disagree.-Phaedrus.

"What does the note say Mother glance toward her mother. The Was the Inventor of the Tubular Boiler
?" bracelet that had cost thousandshad

"Just-well, nothing, really. Ridiculous been sent back, but the remains Remember This When
the attracted world-wide attention and
tribute to Mac Seguin,
of the great crate of flowers Paying
I" the woman murmured, You Need LaxativeIt
from a
brought engineers coun-
"Father of French Railroads, a every
- her expression partly amused, part- and fresh flowers, were everywhere, forty-foot statue was unveiled at try of the world to study it. Among Is better for you if your bodY'
and deep in her mother's trunk
ly pleased, partly impatient."It's was
Turon France, on the banks of the them were the Roebling brothers keeps working as Nature Intended.
the beautiful shawl with its new ,
beautiful, Victoria said, of Rhone river. The statue was dedi- and others from the United States. Food wastes after digestion shouldbe
border of white ermine.
the bracelet." "Are they expen- pure cated in honor of the one hundred- The ideas and experiences of Seguin eliminated every day. When you

sive? Mrs. Herrendeen stood fingeringthe fiftieth anniversary of Seguin'sbirth were useful in construction of the get constipated, take a dose or two
"Only a few thousand," her mother linen jacket. The staring "$3.95"on
Turon United Press, first suspension bridge in the United of purely vegetable BlackDraughtfor
answered carelessly. She fitted a tag was in her hand, as the : writes States. prompt, refreshing relief.
the bracelet carefully back in its fringe of the shawl had been a few' correspondent. Thousands and thousands of men and
Seguin was a friend of many famous Although not the inventor of the like Black-Draught and keep it
case replaced the wooden box, the days ago. women
. ; inventors and social innova- railroad, it was Seguin who made always on hand, for use at the first sIgnof
cardboard box, and yawned. "It's very sweet, Keith, she said, constipation. Have you tried It?
of his epoch, including George the first vital change which gave
"Don't you like him, Mother?" holding her tone low. But it was no "
inventor of the trains the advantage over all
English steam
"Who? Ferd Manners? use; in a minute she was crying
locomotive and Robert Fulton, the other forms of transport. It was
"Is that his name? It doesn't convulsedly, bitterly, senselessly,
American inventor who did muchir. he who invented the tubular boiler, A GOOD LAXATIVE
sound very Spanish. standing at the window, with her
railroad and steam- railroad trains to in-
"It's Ferdinand de Something shaking shoulders to the room."Don't bringing permitting ,.
travel to America. Stephenson their speed from four to
boat crease
mind she said
Manners. 1 believe his mother was me, thickly
to France when the miles hour an unheard-of
himself came thirty
an Argentine heiress. He's lived "I'm crazy. Don't pay any at-
French railroad line from in those days.
first speed
there deal. tention to me!
a great
Etienne was completed far ahead of his time
St. was
Lyons to Seguin
"I'll be damned if 1 understandyou
know he
"You might was Span-
dedicated at almost but in social]
by Seguin not only
Keith said
ish, Victoria said brightly, "or he sometimes Magda,
I Iwouldn't the openingof .
the same as theory and practice.He
think he could send a married wearily.It .
that there the first Baltimore & Ohio line in inaugurated a profit-sharing
lady jewelry! was on this night was
"True for you Miss Herrendeen!I" the first talk of sending Victoria to America. scheme on his inventions with his

her mother agreed, going into the a boarding school. Victoria's heart Seguin's genius was not limitedto workers and built garden cities. CAMPBOYS'
bedroom with the box. Until she rose ,on a bound of joy at the railroad construction. con- He instituted the ten-hour day in
structed the first cable suspension CAMP. Trained leaders. 8 to 18
could return it, she would hide it, thought. the where his shops, which was considered a years $25 per-rttonth. COLONIAL RANCH
Victoria knew. Dad must know This 'seemed to be a time of bridge in France at spot bold move at that time. FOR BOYS AUSTELL, GA.
This bridge
nothing of this. thrilling plans. It appeared almost, the statue was unveiled.

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?! l essonIi OUR COMIC SECTION Look And pose uncomplaining high, mind;

to the days that onwardlie

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I I i Lesson for May 30 o I Snoopiec I 0'q A quiet won"Well heart, done', and!" Heaven's

,I THE REMAKING OF JACOB Come toyour task, what'er it be.

f And bring the ,best you know,
) LESSON TEXT-Genesis 281622.: 32:24- AH! MV GARDEN- 411 -n' STOP.flail A will unbound, a nature free,
, 30.GOLDEN FINISHED 0 And so in stature
' grow,
TEXT-And be not conformedto
Ili'' flu ME "I1I I Until, as all God's laborers
this world: but be ye transformed by the BACK can,
renewing of your mind. Romans 12:2. ; l Ujis lI!I II o You reach the measure of a
PRIMARY TOPIC-Jacob's Great Discov I + /' .Man..
ery.JUNIOR TOPIC-What Changed Jacob. -; n g'L Il -A. B. Cooper. .

Finding One's Better Self.
Face to Face With God.
Filet Chair Set

Front Page News! "Well-Known h1I4hi1iiiMuiiid
Crook Converted!" After years of ) With an InitialPattern

deception, thievery, and all kindsof = .
wickedness, Jacob, "the sup. -
planter," had a transforming expe- f
.. ) fli GARDEN -- 71 1 1daii'
rience of the grace and power of ;
.. '
God and became Israel-" a prince ") I RUINED o "T

of God." That is indeed front-page cAi; .r cJ

'.., news and the marvel of it all is -- III flilli I ;il'A I'
that we may today proclaim the tC M 7 f
grace of God in Christ Jesus for the

redemption of every one that be-

Memorial day is a most appropriate -
one for our lesson, for the first :
portion tells us of a memorial stone, -L
and the last section tells of a great
;;c7 I ,r a :.rtt
victory. We do well on this day to ( '
remember the days that are gone, 4AyjLL
to recall the heroic deeds of our
valiant dead. It is right that we
should honor them for victories l Y I .- 1399
rightly won and for ,a noble cause. 1'1' I
But let us not fail to recognize that L Grand, isn't it-that big, stun-
the great battles of life are those I ning initial adding that definitely
fought in the realm of the spirit and personal touch to a chair-set of
that, the victories won there endurefor :) 1// string! Select your initial from
all eternity. Every teacher of a -: the alphabet that comes with the

class in the Bible school should withGod's pattern, paste it in place on the
make this chart, and crochet it right in with
help endeavor to a (C prruht. R: N. U.) ;
day of blessed memory and victoryin the design (it's as easy as that!).

Christ for the boys and girls, or You can, of course, crochet the

men and women of the class. f HURRY.DEAR-Dtt4t4ER'S / initials separately as insets on linens -.
/ "
READY YOU CAKi WELL WELL too. Pattern 1399 contains
We consider today two experi- GHopsf '
ences in the life'of Jacob, both of TheE SIT RieHT( DOWN! OKEI LAMB J I | THOU6MT I'D charts and directions for makinga
which have their counterpart in the LONGS TIME SPLURGE A BIT chair back 12 by 15 inches, two

lives of many of God's children in NO SEE"TOrJlGHT arm rests 6 by 12 inches and a

our day.I. F complete alphabet, the initials
A Vision and a Vow (Gen. 28: eta :. measuring S1by 4 inches; material -
16-22)). J/z requirements; an illustra-
Jacob met God. Have you met E tion of all stitches used.

Him face to face? Haye you had ;1 ti 1 Send'15 cents in stamps or coins
I "such. revolutionary experience in A I (coins referred) for this patternto

I I some_ unexpected spot"? What a The Sewing Circle Needlecraft
sacred place it has become in your Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York,
;. life. Perhaps it was at mother's oo N. Y.

knee, or in a little crossroad's Please write your name, pattern
church, or on a busy city street. number and' address plainly.
God was there-you dealt with him H

-he blessed your soul-life was
changed. Such be the experience '
may E''R Wh SHE
= po" 0 ._ TOLD
of each one'' of us. The place
where Jacob' had this experience
(! had been known only as Luz. Nowit "
became Bethel-"the house of SPL.URGE.ARE SCARCE ? 1-HATS A She could have reproached himfor
hia fits of temper-his"all in"com*
God. IE LOTTA NQNSEMSEI plaints. But wisely she saw in his
Spiritual experiences are not sim- 2. I BET 1 COUNTED OVERA / "on frequent edge"colds condition, his"fagged the out,"
' ply for our pleasure; they carry 'HE HAvL THOUSAND BEFORe I trouble she herself had whipped.very
' a real responsibility. Jacob rec- ?r4E'I \NENT0 SLEEP Constipation!. The
'. ognized this and set up a memorial BEEN HIGHsCARcn LAST NIGHTOH very morning NR (Na
; and made a vow. The depth of I 1111 ture's Remedy),

r. his purpose & revealed by the fact A OF SHEEP 33 felt she like advised himself, he j ,
that, it touched his earthly posses- I again keenly
sions. IA.. 1SuPPoSEr I .\ 2 alert '
safe ,
The pledge of one-tenth to God is ,- I laxative and corrective-A
in accord with the Old Testament worksgen uraHy.Itstimulatestheehmlinative iy.thoroughly.nat-

principle of the tithe. Many earnest S tract to complete, "
believers regard the tithe as equally r regular. Non-habit-functioning

obligatory in our day. Others contend By Y / forming. Try a p I
box Esc
T tonight
that it'' is an Old Testament q h J -at druggists.
principle only. Well, there is no Osborsiec ;
need to differ too sharply on that G

point, for is it not clear that as The Prompter
children of God all that we have be- Nothing great was ever
longs to Him? Surely then we would achieved without enthusiasm.-

not wish shamefacedly to admit that -I'M SO SORRY OFFICER.VOUVE ./ Emerson.
{& we give less than the Old Testament F BE"EN CUT/ FORTUNATELY:
tithe. All that we have comes from I'M A 'DOC.TORCOME. | AND
His bountiful hand. He it is that I'LL DRESS YOUR WOUMDS/. &\ O OLINIE

gives "bread to eat and raiment to D r V SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY I
put on." Let us be' cheerful (hilarious DN h LARGE t/ARSStANolOt ]
) givers of what he has entrustedto

us, that his work on earth may

be put forward.II. or
A Struggle and a Victory (Gen.
32:24-30). 60c G S' S1.20
. After varied experiences of both
i k victory and defeat Jacob turns back i
1'1 to his own land. He hears of the approach h fI I
I; of his brother Esau with "400 \' '0" i iI'
! men. Before he meets him he eRA
Y recognized 1 nAedy for Rheumatic
spends a night 'alone. Whether
and Neuritis sufferers. A perfect Blood
was in fear or in trust that he approached Purifier. Milcei ihln Blood Rich and
God on that night, we do OF Healthy. Build/ Strength and VIgor.
not know. But we do read of the Always Effective Wiy suffer?
great struggle. It was more than a THE 7ATSA1/!' >G O O)D.oD)R U GiiSTO]RES.:

physical battle-real as that was- TANKS, poc--O'MCOrWfWCEL /
for here we have God wrestlingwith F FWE-FINE-
a weak and defeated, but proud A ACCIDIMT? NE.-Z.WAS S I AND THERE'S NOW ONE 'IoU OWE ME 1VJO i KILL ALL FLIES

man, seeking to bring him to the COULDMT HELp IT- \ DOLLARS-My REGULAR Placed anywhere. Daisy Fly
place where he will once for all "let .0 SO 01AJOr4'T LOD6E-J'MORE 7rItNG- Fee-Voo KNow ." Killer Guaranteed attracts effective.and kills Neat.flies.
go and let God" have his way with A COMFI.AIN?= rv+Na' I I convenient WJUlDot sollorlnjure-Cannot anything.spill-
his life. I QUICK '(HtSMI Lasts all ccason. 2Uo at all
dealers. Harold Somera, Inc.,
Into the night of struggle at Peniel R LLIN' / r P lGO >oKalt>Ave..B'Jdyi.N.Y.
'1_ have gone God's people in all the fi( SAA1.s,
''JI'centuries! and lo, those who have ; "
C (
submitted themselves to the mighty 1

hand of God have come out as those
that have "power with God and withmen" E ATTENTION L\DIES
(v. 28). Such I The most sensational offer In beauty necessi
an experienceis 0II tlesevermado REAL QUALITY.Honest Value.
the key to successful living and + NO HUMBUG.Writeforintradactory
Ted tion of 4 oz.Jar AH Purpose taco cream.a pop-
fruitful service for God. It is still By nlarsiiobotof Powder.a liberal bottle
of French Odeurs D'Parls Perfume-AH for
true that "God resisteth the proud, only 11.00. Usual retallcostt250. AlsoFEES
but giveth grace unto' the humble." O'Loughlin with order 1.00 cash a lovely or money simulated order Pearl today.Necklace.Send .
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CHURCH r Ingredients of a Haggis Growth of Icicles i
Bill Faces ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC The ingredients of 'a haggis are Icicles grow faster on a clear
I :Appropriations --- the chopped hearts and livers of day, at zero weather, than they can i
(Rev Father J. F. Walsh, BI. D., sheep, mixed with onions and herbs, on hazy days, even though the temperature I:
This Week Pastor.) and boiled in a lamb's stomach. goes down to 30 below. f I
Legislature Mass each Sunday at 8:30 a. L1.I !
except on last Sunday of month .
._. I
I when mass is at 10:30 a. m. J ;1f .} fIfi d t r t1i'(? T fl;;, i" ;t fJ i

Tallahassee, May 27 (FNS).-Far I pay for the appropriations they had Communion Sunday for the congregation -
ahead of any: other legislature in made, the house passed, without dis- is the first Sunday' in each
Florida history the senate and house!: senting vote, the bill to set up an month. j..
_ this week tried to iron out their differences unemployment insurance system in Religious instruction classes for
on the biennial appropri- the state. It also passed a teachers' all children attending public school 'b
ations bill. Indications were that pension bill. immediately after mass on Sundays. .;< dF' )} ..''F ;., >;-" : ;2':
trouble in ? "
there would be little The latter bill, previously approved Junior (children's) choir meets "
reaching a compromise, and that the by the senate, would set an average Wednesdays .4:00 p, m. and Saturdays :" : c "';
bill would finally be passed by the of $40 a month pension for retired 9:30: a. m. at the church;' .- ; ,
week-end, leaving the legislature other to school teachers. Annual cost Catholic Men's Club meets the sec- >ji. .. :, For : : ; ::' -
find revenue to meet it and estimated at $400- ... !.
to the state was ond Monday in each month at the l" '" ,r. -

expenses.The house' after seven days of 000.The unemployment insurance bill, Rectory The Ladies at 7:30 Altar p. m. Society meets /< .

figure struggle in passing of was with approximately about the it at measure$400,000 a total$6,994,000.This *succeeded a annual year-. effecting would-representing Florida provide 200,000 yearly for a persons some 90 the percent return in$2,500,000 Florida take-to jointly the Rectory Convert first with at Thursday 3:00 instruction the p.Study m.of each Club class at month each the .i ;t :'i" / ),:; fl fl'r ; : : :: ::: :

higher than the senate bill, which back from the federal governmentsocial Friday at 7 p. m. I I : :
called for ahnual expenditure by the security tax. ; :
Mass on First Fridays at 8:00 a. Printingf
state for upkeep' of ;its departments, /: ; "
boards and commissions of 6,565- I m. *
000. Baptisms by appointment. I

7 Despite early indications that the PASTURE 'CAFETERIA' TO SHOW

house had gone "salary mad", audi- LIKES OF- CATTLE FOR GRASS Keeps Mouth Closed I
tors for the house appropriations \ We are told that the Indian
committee showed as the bill was Gainesville, Fla. What kind of mother of the past watched her
passed that it was $13,920 less than grass do Florida cattle like best? baby boy at sleep, carefully closinghis I
the $7,007,000; bill introduced by the That's the question the State Experiment Lips, if apart, that. he might
committee. will to acquire the habit of keeping them
appropriations Station try answer
shut, day and night, as audibie .. '. .of ,
reductions in with its new forage crops nursery
One of the principal I.
breathing might, some day. betray
house bill was the chopping of and pasture "cafeteria" on its farm ,
the maintenance costs for prisoners at here. him when in hiding. I .. f: : :: ;::::r ::':-, -
farm' from $1.00 a and legumeswill : :
Raiford prison Promising grasses The Wateree River : f
day to 90c a day-an item of $61,000 be planted in large plots ,,in the The Wateree river rises in the ...
an the course of a year for the 1,700 cafeteria near the nursery and, after Blue Ridge, North Carolina, its upper l f"l '
will be { .
prisoners. they have begun growing, course being known as the .: .
With the start of the week, the opened to beef cattle. The plots Catawba. Flowing south into South
legislature turned its principal attention which are grazed closest will providethe Carolina, it unites with the Con '
to the business of finding answer to the question, for cows, garee to form the Santee river. J :: I. : -;
revenue. \ like any other animal, have their < ; .MI.
Members were faced with this I preferences. '.- ,. -"Ii t ,,,,,'C',,'" ; '.:
problem: they must set aside a min- I The cafeteria will also reveal how L. B. MershonAGENT
imum of $3,500,000 a year for old the various plants react to grazingand I
age pensions, at least $11,500,000a other important points the Sta-
:year for schools, and In the neigh- tion workers want to clear up. New York Life
borhood of $7,000,000 a year for The nursery for forage plants con-
the general expenses of state gov- sists of four and a half acres of new Insurance CompanyARCADIA
ernment. Many legislators were puzzled cut-over land., bordered by a lakeon FLORIDA
as to where this money was two sides and containing several .
f j (:
coming from. types of soil varying from the ,pure
'Toprovide it, many bills were Introduced -.,sand along the shore to a heavy clay I NORGE REFRIGERATORS
; many 'others were in pro- and some muck. An irrigation sys- Furniture and Home Furnishings
the legIsla- thus ... ,. .- "
cess of being drafted as tem will serve the entire area, J' ,., '-
ture went into the last two weeks of making it possible to avoid loss of PHILCO RADIOS ',.). ,...! \, <.". ..:' .:. See J'r' \ ,,i"\' ". :
its regular session. new plants from insufficient moist- Household FurnishingsInc. '_ ; _i .
I .' l .
:Many of the economy minded ,:
threatened the senate and house witha ure.In addition to the nursery, a hard- : ;
revived slot machine tax, sales tax, I wood area representative of both low; BELLE GLADE FLORIDA / :i
and an extra session in an attemptto and high hammock land and an area I I : a + :< ; : a : :
hold down appropriations, but few I I' of pine forest have been set aside for : .", ,} .L.'iI"i<" '-" ''!:>_ ''' <. .-, ,., '>0.- ", ;1"" '<'.-', I
of consideration.A these threats. were given serious forage composed plant work.largely Florida of these rangesare typesof II J-. rva. COUSE '; '. J ; ," : ;:; C": F:;::;;; < : \

general ,3 percent sales tax, exempting land and promising new plants are' Counselor and Attorney at Law :iP h;
few of the commodities of to be placed there to determine their Hopkins Building :,
modern life, was introduced in the adaptability
Wednesdays and Saturdays
senate by Sen. S. C. Smith of Lake Speaking of the project, H. Harold 9:30 to 4:00 'The"Clewiflon'WJ \ .
City as the week closed. Smith estimated -I Hume, assistant research director of

the bill. would bring from I I the Station, said: "One of the major. .
$12,000,000 to $15,000,000 a year, factors in the future of Florida's ::: .::.
to state coffers. It carried provision I I live-stock 'industry is forage-pas- J. M. BLOW '.
for reducing the real estate tax mil tu'es.and we are cairying: on this I
lane, and for distribution of all rev- work to find out what plants are best TITLE COMPANYABSTRACTS
enue to be received. for this purpose and to develop new OF TITLE ,
In the meantime, the house stu- plants if they prove useful and adapt- HENDRY AND DADE COUNTIES
died ,the general sales bill in an attempt able to Florida conditions." .
318-22 Sejbold Bldg. Miami, Fla..
to decide whether to leave, The project is being carried on by
stale salaries where they are now or I the Station in cooperation with the 'W 11s! J fI fj
to raise them in accordance with I United States Department of Agri-
budget commission requests. I' culture.
Scores of bills were passed as the.

legislature' rounded into the last two .x..x..x..x..x..x..xx..x..xxx...00.1
weeks of, its existence: scores were \ iis YOUR CAR STAll SllLY ?
in prospect of being drafted. HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESWeekly
Meantime, the feeble threat of a : from Homo Demonstration
special session seemed to be losing Specialists, Tallahassee

around as revenue measures calc ..:..=..=..=..=..=..:..:..:..:.. .:..:-=..:..:..:..:..:....:.. ...........
\ lated to hit the fewest number of
various legislators or committees.
Principal of these measures were: A household safety-first campaign;
5%- increase in horse track parI- against the clothes moth need not be
mutuel pool taxes, to go to general expensive to be successful. -
revenue fund. Simple, inexpensive methods of I
2 1-2% increase in dog track pool thorough cleaning and careful pack-
tax, to ;o to general revenue fund. ing are still among the best for pro- 97'T /
509& increase in liquor taxes, calculated tecting'' winter clothes and blankets.
to bring in an extra $2,000- Dry cleaning, washing in soap and
000 a year.Doubled water, thorough brushing, airing,
occupational license taxes, and sunning are effective and cheap
reportedly good for $500,000 a year. ways of destroying moths. And firm
Doubled gross receipts tax over unbroken paper with edges tightly I
flip present 1-2 of 1% law This full sealed will prevent moths from
nlan was believed capable of bring- reaching these cleaned garments ____
in" in $2,500 a year. I while they are stored for the sum- 1J 'S .c
e e 1 e e a ,
The senate; already has voted to 'mer. f I
; the 1935 1-2 of 1 % gross reP -rTr''al i Napthalene, paradichlorobenzene.
+'ints tax. Also, nearly half a dozen ;. and gum camphor in the form of
hiPn; to raise the present familiar moth balls or flakes will ._ --
it license taxes for chain occupation-I give added protection to stored articles -

before committees. by evaporating. into fumes _'
Proponents of new revenue were which penetrate fabrics and kill any
not content to put all of'their money-I moths in them. But fiich fume: 111\''**
rr--tins: eggs in one sales ''tax basket. be concentrated to be effective and .. i-:-
Novelty tax bills were introduced. should he used at the rate of one '-- : ;:. .
One would put a tax on the floor pound for each 100 cubic feet of
'=naoe and gross receipts of night I enclosed space. The mere odor will
('111 ibs, a 10% tax on theatre ,tick- not spoil the moth's appetite. ",'-4-... :: '..
c+c" and on circus ,tickets. Another I Moths ate heartily in an atmos- ,
T'onld assess a 1' 1-2c tax on each phere scented with cedar. driod lavender -
1 fie paid for theatre tickets. Observ-I tobacco, tar, pine oil, or even ,
('r" predicted early death for 'the i insect sprays or camphor in experi-I
f-Tond measure!: but indicated that ments of entomologists in the
ir the theatre ticket tax were .withr1 Department of Agriculture. The en- coif 6ASOW t LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
,- also found that the odor r I ,MAS 60fl
";n. the night club tax would pass I tomologists
*';::1but'' little objection. I of tar or cedar oil in paper clothes;: u sRtcatto INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .
While the legislators went about bags has no deterring effect on ,

the business of finding revenue to 1. moths.. .- -.-..' .. .. --