The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00633
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 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
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00633
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I: :J u. s.DECLARES. SUGAR CORP. Peterson Regards Canal -E. D. D. LOAN HINGESON Eubanks Child Is Killed '

i ANOTHER Approval UnimportantWashington LEGISLATION NOW I

I II When Thrown From Car

, : D. C., June 3 (FNS) I

:;: ; 10 CENT DIVIDEND -Terming cross-state canat"by approval the of house the Florida rivers BEFORE LAWMAKERS .0 ,

, f and harbors committee "unimportant" Houser Slightly Injured Driver of Car Held
Frank C. Rails appraiser for the
,I j Directors of the United States Sugar because members who voted ,

I I Corporation, 'operating cane sugar for majority reports reserved the Reconstruction Finance Corporationwas When" Car Overturns Pending Outcome '
I in Washington last week confer- "
i plantations in Florida Everglades right to oppose the canal in the
declared divI- J. Hardin ring with RFC headquarters officialsin Of Investigation
Wednesday a house, Representative -
I to loan authorized by
dend ,of 10 cents a share on common Peterson said the project would end regard a Sam W. Houser is confined to his ,
RFC the Everglades Drain- I I.
the to
stock, payable June 11 to holders oft with that report.Representative. bed for several ,days recuperatingfrom
age District involving the refundingof Raymond Eubanks, three year old
record June 1, according to a dispatch R. A. Greene scof- minor injuries ,received when I

from New York. Dividends of fed at the assertion of opponents of the sixteen and a half million" dol- the small Austin car. in which he son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Eubanks, ,
lar indebtedness of the, district.
I like amount were paid in March and the project and claimed for it a and Mrs Houser were riding' over- died last night shortly before eight ,
One of the RFC requirements be-
r December.The I growing support in the house and. fore issuing this loan is that the turned on the corner of Arcade Ave- o'clock in the local hospital from' injuries -

i 1936-1937 harvest ended on I insisted that there would be no doubtof Florida legislature enact a tax struc- nue and Sugarland Highway Sunday received when the car in

i April 12, after a campaign of 132 its passage when the matter comes ture to service the proposed loan., afternoon.Mrs. which he was riding with his mother .

days, producing 48,725 tons 96-de- up for consideration."We i ,This legislation was passed the lat- Houser was unhurt, and Mr. and Mrs. Roxie Benzin overturned a

'gree raw sugar from 529,156 tons have crossed the main ter part of the week. Monroe county Houser's injuries are in the natureof short distance from the Barracks on

--rof cane. The average yield per acre bridge", he said. "You know, whena attempted to be ,excluded from severe bruises. The Housers had the Hooker's Point road. Mrs. Ben-

was 3 1-4 tons' of sugar. the district but Senator Gomez' am- just given up their home on the gov: zin, driver of the car is being held
project is approved by a committee -
Clarence R. Bitting, president of endment was voted down. ernment reservation preparatory to in the county jail at LaBelle pend-

the corporation, stated that over 70 it gains a lot of favorable pres- Senator John R. Beacham of West leaving Clewiston when the accident ing outcome of the investigation by

per cent of' sugar produced has been tige, and I can seethat_ _.the Florida Palm Beach explained that a loan occurred. They are remaining in theJ. State's Attorney Roy D. Stubbs

sold and if same average price is cross-state canal is gaining strength of $3,728,000 had been' agreed to B. Dotterer home until Mr. Houser which is now underway.

realized' for balance of the crop the every day." by the RFC which would save the has fully recovered. l The child was riding alone on the

preliminary figures indicate a profit district approximately 12000000. back seat when the accident occur-

from, operations of approximately $1- The bill as passed provides for a ed and was thrown with violent force

000,000. This compares with $1- two-thirds cut in tax levy. TENNIS TOURNAMENTIS "through the window of the car as

044,000 for' previous crop: of 39- GLEE CLUB IS Work on this new tax structure it reeled and skidded before'over-

268 tons of sugar, including benefit turning.' The speed of the car has
program to be presented to the Leg- I
payments. Benefit payments were 14 at IN FINAL PLAYThe been estimated at 65 to 70 miles an
islature was begun on May a
not made federal ORGANIZED HERE hour those who had it
by government on I conference between Mr. Rails, G. by seen on

1936-1937 crop. J. Patterson 'of Jacksonville and At- the road shortly before the accident..

, Florida producers, repre- Miami first tennis touranment to be Mrs. .Eubanks and the baby had accepted -
[ sugar torney Frank Bryant, of ,
" The Clewiston Glee Club conducted in Clewiston's new recreation an invitation from Mrs. Ben-
rented Mr. Bitting during recent perfect-I counsel for the district and, all 'the
hearings in Washington on proposed. ed its organization at a district officials. The new structure, ,center will be completed this zin, a neighbor, to go for a little ride
Monday night in the school week-end with only a few matchesto late Thursday afternoon. Accordingto
sugar legislation, voiced their opposition as introduced by Mr. Rails to RFC
ium. R. N. Smith was president be the next two Mrs Benzin drove them
to excise or other taxes on officials will reduce the annual tax played during reports,

sugar, opposed benefit payments to Sidney Hoover, vice president; levy in the district from about two days.Women's to Lake Harbor, stopped at a bar
F. M. Wright, secretary and Mrs. M. 1'
and drank several bottles of beer;
sugar producers and objected to lim- million dollars to $680,000. and men's singles, women's -
itation of efficient continental pro- M. Prewitt, treasurer. ,J. E. Beards- Included in the discussion be-, and men's doubles and mixed Mrs. Eubanks and the baby remain-

duction and the "freezing" of sugar ley is musical director of the club. tween Mr. Rails and the RFC, officials doubles were arranged, and at the ing in the car, and upon the returnof I

in a historical mould as being un-I The club has organized and will was the status of delinquent time of going to press the followingwere Mrs. Benzin to the car Mrs. Eu- ;

sound, unwise and indirectly creating exist without dues from its members I drainage taxes in the area of 80- the standings in the various banks urged her to bring them homeat

in favor of inefficient and invites and urges all those once. Mrs. Benzin headed toward
a monopoly I 000 acres in the Everglades National flights:
1 in and near Clewiston who enjoy home, it is said, driving at a high
high cost producers. Mr. Bitting Park.
Pat Smith of Moore Haven had defeated -
singing to join the club. Its aim will rate .or'speed all the way, despite
stated that preliminary cost figures, J Mary Moore in women's sing-
be to perfect a chorus of voices that
remonstances from Mrs. Eubanks. As
for the harvest' just completed, indicated -
Two Grass Fires les, and the two of them as a team
can serve for public and semipublic -
they neared Clewiston, Mrs. Benzin
I a cost of 2 1-5 cents, a poundf. had .the'women's doubles
won crown.
occasions. Members will sing for I chose not to drive the highway
o. b., the Clewiston sugar house,
their own amusement and entertain- Cause Alarms Here Pat Smith and Leroy Hare defeated -
; '. or something less than 2 1-2; cents .1 through town, and turned instead
ment, and those whose voices have Mrs. Louise Miller and Gordon
for the raw sugar delivered to seaboard down the canal to the rock road fromHooker's
J refinery.On not been trained are urged to join -- Mobley in the semi-finals of mixed Point to the Barracks, They
I sugar The excessively dry, parched condition doubles but to Miss Smith's absence
the club, as well as those who have ,
the basis of, these costs, Cu- were about 200 yards from the paved -
of grass and shrubbery caus- forced to default the finals
had previous training in vocal work. were I
ban sugar on a comparable basis,1 : road to the Sugar House when
Mr. Beardsley stated that the"club ed hasty action twice this week when leaving Mrs. F. Hackett and Joe
after allowing for the present duty the car careened wildly from one
fire broke out unexpectedly on vacant Robbins winners in' mixed doubles
of 9-10 cent, must be delivered to has sufficient music on hand for several side of the road to the other, fin-
lots. The first alarm was turn- finals. Mrs. Hackett and Joe Rob-
months' work without the
necessity -
seaboard refinery at a cost of 1.6 ally turning on its side against the
of purchasing and thatit ed in Tuesday afternoon when some bins had defeated Mrs. Mitchell and
cents and full duty sugar'at a cost of any, almost vertical bank; then it"nos-
sugar cane that was growing near Coburn Moore to reach the finals.
is the hope of the club that it 'can
7-10 cent a pound'. ed over and finally landed on the opposite -
continue to exist without dues the garage of the B. A. Bourne res-I ,Coburn
any Moore went into the fin- side of the road.
from members. idence caught fire. The alarm wasturned als of men's singles, having defeated the
The baby :was thrown through
Nowling Enters BusinessIn I Another meeting of the club will in as a precautionary meas- Zerney Meredith. In semi-finals, also window, and crushed by the force of
ure as. soon as the flame was discov-
be Gordon Mobley' defeated Merville its impact with the rock road and
held in the auditorium Monday
Local Gulf StationR. ered, but the family, assisted by
Manley in a close match. Mobley and skidded about fifteen feet. Its skull
night, and who would like to ,
I any nearby volunteers, extinguished the
Moore are to play off the finals this II was fractured, and there were mul-
sing with the club are urged to attend fire before the truck answered the weekend.In .
tiple fractures and other injuries.Mr.
C. Nowling has taken a lease alarm.
I and to join it. men's doubles a few matches and Mrs. Wi A. Cook were
the Gulf Service Station
I located
I Wednesday afternoon a similar
remain to be played. Moore and J. the first who rushed to the
I among
on Sugarland Highway near the administration fire occurred near the Royal Lumber
J building, and entered Cone Concerned With Company office and yard. It spread I Beardsley will play Manley and R. scene of the accident and assisted

business for himself: this week. more rapidly and nearly an entire N. Smith Saturday. The 'winners will I the survivors.. The baby was hurriedto

Mr. Nowling has been employedfor Lack of AppropriationsTallahassee block of vacant lots was. ablaze be- meet Bob Beardsley and Ford, who the local hospital where Dr. 'O. F.
defeated A. Beery and Leroy Harein Schiffli it immediate attention,
nearly eight at Clewiston
years fore it was brought under control.
semi-finals. I but due to the 'severity of its injur-
Motor Company and has been in The fire engine also answered this
charge of the service station there June 3 (FNS) .-Governor -] alarm. Much interest has been manifestin ies there was no hope that its life

Fred Cone, forced to watch ] could be saved. The feeble spark of
for several years. He has made many Rain is long over-due in the Everglades this first tournament; and the
closing days of the legislature from life that remained in the body clungon
friends and will doubtless enjoy a section, and 'all grass and great number of players using the
a sickbed where he was confined withan .I for nearly two hours, and the
splendid patronage in his own sta- wild growth 'is dry and ignites easily new courts have been stimulated to
tion. ailing foot, was deeply concerned renewed interest in the game. baby died at 7:55.Examination .
and permits rapid spread of fire. I
_________ as legislators opened their last of the car after the
\ week over failure of the senate and i I I accident showed a nail in the left

Legislature Passes Fair house to find suitable revenue to pay Newspaper Bill Is First Steps Taken For rear, tire, which was fIat. There was

increased appropriations, costs of I no evidence, however, that the tire

<8 Trades And Practice Act I government, and at the same time to I Killed In House Work On Road 164The had blown out. The front right tire

provide $3,500,000 a year for old age I -4. I was pulled partially from the wheel,

I pensions.He Tallahassee, June 3 (FNS).-Attorneys indicating that the car had swervedand
state is tak-
Tallahassee, June 3 (FNS).-The road" department
skidded while travelling at great
urged heartily in informal dis- of the house who claimed] actual :
its first toward
Florida legislature has heeded the ing steps con
cussion with legislators that they that small newspapers would sufferIf speed.
struction of Road 164 South from
request of merchants' the tate for
Mrs. Eubanks and Mrs. Benzin suf-
abandon hesitation over increased the bill were passed, succeededin
LaBelle, according to advices from
I the of a "fair trades and
passage racing taxes, declaring that the race killing, 36 to ,,20, the bill making Elbert L. Stewart, Hendry county's I fered. only slight bruises and were
practices act", and sent to the the
gov- thrown from the car during
tracks can pay more for the privileges it mandatory for newspapers to representative who has kept activein ,
ernor for signature the bill calculated -
they receive without suffering. charge an established rate for legal roa'd accident.Mr. .
the fight to have this
to prevent price cutting in the con- ,
II and Mrs. Eubanks ana' Ray
Another of
the governor's sugges- advertising. Proponents 'of the meas- structed, even while busy with legislative -
sale of merchandise. "
tions.. -expected revenue of $1,000- ure, however, succeeded on Saturdayin duties, in Tallahassee. had lived in Clewiston for about sev-
Introduced by Senators Tillman
000 additional a year from a 50% having the house reconsider the en months. Mr. Eubanks has been
I and Touchton as Senate Bill No.1, According to Mr. Stewart, the road boat
the derrick
increase in vote employed lately on
liquor taxesseemedwell killing and placed the bill backon
I it was nevertheless last week-end, on the way toward final en- the calendar.The department is asking its engineering No. '1 at Ortona 'Locks. Their home '
one week before pine die adjourn- department to prepare data on the .
actment.The bill was recommended by the is in Moultrie, Georgia.The
ment of the legislature, that final construction of the road. This is, of body was placed in charge of
Florida Press Association and was
legislative action was taken in a "petbill" governor has stated positively course, a necessary preliminary to the Funeral Home at
guided to a final vote by Reps. R. F. Everglades
he will veto a sales tax 'a .
night in the house. new ; planning the road work and is the had
funeral arrangements
Sikes of Crestview, president of the Pahokee;
law to tax slot machines, or a gambling .
The measure requires wholesalersto first definite step that has been tak- .
I this morning.The
tax law. association, and John W. Cole of Pen- not been completed
avoid discrimination in prices sacola. Both are editors. en ,by department looking towardthe sympathy of the entire com-

through retailers, and requires con- Many legislators had leaned The measure would newspaper have strength- construction of'this needed piece munity is extended to the bereaved

tracts between the two to prevent strongly on the proposed gamblinglaw ened existing laws by eliminatingany of highway young parents iif their tragic loss.
selling of merchandise at lower than as a revenue producer until they -
chance for price cutting in the
stated prices. heard the governor's definite '
publication of legal advertising. The Poll Taxes Are
Rep. H. E. Overstreet of Miami, nouncement that he was opposed to law now reads "not more than" $1 I I the privilege of voting. _.
who sponsored the bill in the house it. however, '
an inch for the first insertion and' Not Required to Vote A law ''passed in ,
explained that it was the first bill law levies a
still holds good. This
50 cents for each succeeding insertion -
affecting merchants which had appeared -I In\\T ANIS MEETING+ WEDNESDAYThe shall be paid for legal adVertiS-! tax of one dollar a :year on all males
. on the floor of the house and
between the of twenty-one
I ing, unless the display advertisingrate Governor Fred Cone on Monday ages
"that satisfied both the chain stores expected program for Kiwanis of the publication is higher than signed the bill passed by both houses fifty-five years. This tax is still due

and the independents." luncheon meeting Wednesday failingto that scale. I of the Legislature whjch repealeda and ,payable ''annually to the countytax

A short time earlier, the senate materialize, Art Lawrence, pro- 1913 law requiring that every collector for the upkeep of

; killed, by a close 18 to 16 vote, the gram chairman, made an extemporaneous Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Knapp and elector pay a one dollar a year poll schools.E. .

i" Florida Recovery Act, which would talk, describing the postmasters I children, Larry, Jr., and MItzi, left i tax in order to be qualified to vote I

have abolished chain store owner- convention held in St. Aug- I this week for Chicago, where they in state lections. In the future elec- J. Rogero ia spending a few

ship 'in the state .t ustine the latter part of June. will reside I tors will not be required to ,pay for days ,with his mother, ip Miami
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Reducing in what (.C9bb Fires Bullet Into

Brain; Will Survive .

Austin, Tex. Miss Willie
cJIi/VIJ"1 -
HospitalBy Cu/uwnt thinks Branch, twenty-five, will Jive to -

about tell about a bullet in her brain.
When a .25-caliber pistol was

Poor Lo's Revival. discharged accidentally by Miss
DR. JAMES W. BARTON IN REVSEW MONICA CALIF.- Branch, the bullet struck her
Bell S"ndicate.-WNU Service. SANTA head and ranged diagonally
the blessings of through the brain to the oppo-

MAN thirty-two years of by &Uua/td UJ. Pick civilization which we have be- site side. She was rushed to a

A stowed upon them, including hospital. Upon close examination
age, height 5 feet 11 inches, Western Newspaper Union. doctors found the bullet had trav-
soda and
whisky, pop,
weighing 310 pounds consultedhis ersed
"silent" in
Social Security Act business and other purely intrastate $2 overalls, the American In- a area the brain
effort to rid
physician in an fields. severing any large blood
Declared. Valid dians are increasing.This vessels or piercing vital
himself of his excess weight.He a spot.
Establish five-man administrative
a -
examined and THE social security act, which board. should give our red brothers Miss Branch is recovering rap-
was carefully Roosevelt ,considersthe cause for worry. Suppose they got idly and doctors there
found to be in good health.A soul of the New Deal, is constitutional Supplement the administrative so numerous that be no after-effects say but that will
metabolism test was made in the opinion of a major- board by advisory boards in indus- we gave this coun- remove the bullet is impractical.
rate at which the body processes ity of ,the Supreme tries where thought necessary. try back to them?

work and it was court. The unem- Provide that the work week can- Already we are in- : yty.r.
found that they were a ployment insurance not be reduced below 35 hours in debted to these orig- ,

about the normal provisions of the law any industry but that employers in inal inhabitants for y<. FIND ADVENTURE IN

rate. In many cases were upheld by five certain businesses affected by sea- quinine, cocaine,

rr body processes work Devanter, Butler, more than 40 hours, paying time tobacco, corn' g:

--" too slowly and do McReynolds and and a half for overtime. beans, squashes
r< not burn' up the excess L' w, Sutherland dissenting Establish $1,200 a year as the pumpkins, grape- Cadet Service Faces Fightingin
food or fat., ,The old age wage above which a board regulating fruit, huckleberriesand Wild Country.
Such was not the T pension provisionswere wages and hours would have no hundreds of oth- '.
control; set 80 cents an hourordouble : remedial
condition in this declared con- er drugs Irvin Cobb Canberra
case. stitutional by all the time-as the largest minimum or foodstuffs. More- Australia. Govern "

;' As there was thus Justice justices except Suth- wage. over, an eminent authority says the ment from the officials Crusaders are convinced that ,I

Dr. Barton no reason to use thy- Cardozo erland and Van De Provide a series of gradationsin curative methods of the old medi-' Texas Rangers of America down to the -
no field
roid,extract, the pa- vanter. apprenticeships. cine man had values which in many of
tient was given the new weight reducing Justice Cardozo wrote the two ma- Prohibit industrial homework, a respects excelled what the white ,been opened fascinating to volunteers adventure has

drug dinitrophenol and in a jority opinions, and, as it chanced, new feature. man has produced and suggests our of the New than that
period of ten weeks he lost 30 delivered them on his sixty-seventh Exclude employers of less than scientists might well adopt certain service of Guinea patrol, cadet
pounds. Naturally he was pleased birthday. Administration leaders 15 workers from' the bill's provi- aspects of the aborigine's plan. one its pet institutions.The .

with this satisfactory loss of weightbut declared they completely justifiedthe sions. explorations' of the wilds of

at this time proven cases of President's broad interpretationof Bar froni'transportation or sale in Cleaning up the Stage. New Guinea by the corps has proved

cataract due to the use of dini- the general welfare clause of the interstate commerce goods manufactured HAVING lost their licenses, four- to be one of the most attractive out-

trophenol were being reported in the Constitution and his policy of ex- in violation of these stand- burlesque houses in New lets for the adventurous spirits of

medical journals. It was estimatedthat tending federal power, and it'would ards or by workers less than sixteen York won't ever get them back if the white settlers in the islands of

1 in 1,000, perhaps even 1 in 100 seem that this'is true. Justice Car- years old. the officials keep their word about the southeastern Pacific. So great

users of this drug to reduce weightwere dozo's opinion on,the unemployment it.With has this popularity become that last
insurance said: this example to by year with only ten vacancies in the
being: afflicted with cataract. go authorities -
The physician promptly. stopped "It is too late today for the argu- John, D. Rockefeller, Sr., Dies might next try the idea of corps", there were more than 2,000

using the drug. ment to ,be heard with tolerancethat in,His Florida Home cleaning up the legitimate stage applications.New .

The physician then used thyroid in a crisis so extreme the use "I AM very tired," said John D. there the spawning place and 'which Guinea, or Papua as the part

extract but it had little'or no effect of moneys of the nation to relieve Rockefeller, Sr., to his secre- breeding ground of shows which is under the control of

upon the excess weight and causedthe the unemployed and their depend- tary as he sat in the garden of his filthy lines and.filthier. scenes are Australia is known, is divided for

heart, already 'a fast heart, to ents is a use for any purpose nar- Florida winter home at Ormond freely offered to pop-eyed audiences administrative purposes into dis-
beat much faster. rower than the promotion of general Beach. Then he recruited from what we call our tricts, each in charge of a district

The physician then discussed the welfare. 't... went to bed, soon best families. Poisoning the moral l officer. Each district officer has a

case with an authority on weight reducing "At times taxpayers have con- fell into a coma, and atmosphere of the theater appearsto band of patrol officers and cadets,
giving him a full history of tended that the congress is without a few hours later be the favorite sport of a new whose work it is to bring under

the case to date. This authority power to lay an excise on the en- passed away,-peacefully school of dramatists who, when they the control wild the unexplored areas and

made two suggestions. The first I joyment a privilege created by ..j and painlessly. were little boys, had their mouthswashed tribes.

suggestion was that the use of an- state law. The contention has been l; His wish to live to out with soap for using dirty In their daily duties these young

terior pituitary extract might be put aside as, baseless. be one hundred words, yet never. got. over the habit. Australian officers and cadets meet

helpful, which would depend of "The power to tax the activities : m Y years old was not cannibals and sorcerers. They face

course on whether the individualwas and relations that constitute a call- z k' ,fulfilled, but h e The Fate of Beauty Queens. hostile natives and are exposed to
or was not the pituitary type of ing considered as a unit is the powerto would have been JUST as the weather gets warm so tropical fevers.

overweight. When the pituitary tax any of them." ,4 ninety-eight on'July the contestants won't catch any- Assistant Magistrate J. G. Hides

gland, lying on the floor of the skull, Concerning the old age pension 8 next. thing worse than sunburn, that out- and Patrol Officer, L. J. O'Malley,
is not sending enough juice into the provisions he said the scheme of John D.Rocke- Thus died the man break of annual' monotony known as with a party of native policemen 11;
reiier, Sr. the beauty contest will stir the '.
blood, not only are the starch foods benefits created by ,them is not in who, starting with a popu- and carriers, discovered a new race
not used or burned completely but contravention to the limitations of $4.50 a week job, fought his way to lace to heights of the utmost indif- of light-skinned natives, found gold

the fat that accumulates is not the tenth,amendment, and: "Nor is I the very top ,of the financial world, ference. There will be no dress rehearsals and coal as well as deposits of sea

spread equally over the whole bodyas the concept of the general welfare, created the vast,Standard Oil trust beforehand. With beauty shells thousands of feet above sea
contests it's the other around.
when the proper amount of thy- static. Needs that were narrow or and built up one of the biggest pri And way level.
then when Miss Cherokee
roid, juice is lacking. parochial a century ago may be vate fortunes ever recorded. At the Stripp or Miss Clear View has--bee

Put Him In Hospital.The interwoven in our day with the well- age, of twenty-six he was beginningto hailed as America's prize packageof Ancient $4 Bill Warns:
being of the nation. What is critical be ,prominent in the then young
second suggestion was that loveliness, she will, if she runs "Death
or with the petroleum industry, and in 1870 was to Counterfeit"New
urgent changes times.
the physician should place this over- true to form, put her clothes backon
weight in a hospital; that is, treat In another 5 to 4 decision the formed the Standard, Oil company and catch the next train for Cali- Bern, N. C.-A $4 pill, printed -
court upheld the Alabama state un- which, by methods that were con in 1778 by the North Carolina
him as a patient. For, after all, he fornia with the ,intention of starringin
really was a patient-fast heart, employment insurance act, declar- sidered ruthless, gained control of the movies.On state printer, is on exhibition here.

high blood pressure and excessive ing the relief of unemployment a three-fourths of the country's oil arrival, she will be pained to The bill was printed in New Bern

overweight, easily tired and got out valid state function. output. For 40 years Rockefeller"and note that none of the studio headsis by James Davis. It was made of

of breath on slight exertion.As Yet another opinion was handed his associates were bitterly attacked waiting at,the station to sign her rag paper-three inches long and

treatment by dinitrophenol down by five of the justices, upholding through the courts and in up; also that practically all the star- two and a half inches wide. The old

might lead to serious results, even Wisconsin's law prohibiting every other way possible, and finally ring ;jobs are being held by young piece of currency was purchased a

death, and thyroid extract had no injunctions against peaceful picket- in 1902, the Standard Oil trust ladies who, in addition to good looks, few weeks ago by Frank M. Girton.

'effect except to increase the rate ing in labor disputes.The was dissolved ordered into by its the component Supreme parts court have that desirable little thing On one side of the bill there was

of his heart beat and increase his general view of neutrals in But its business called personality. printed.
went and thA
blood pressure, the only treatment Washington was that the day's opin- Rockefeller millions continued on to in "Four dollars. ,North Carolina

that remained was to cut down on ions effectually put an end to the' I crease until the family fortune International Slickers. currency No. 6317. This bill entitlesthe
his food intake. chances of passage of the Presi- estimated at about two and a half RUMORS persist that the United bearer to receive four Spanishmill'd
e dent's bill to enlarge the Supreme Great Britain and dollars or the equivalent
billions. At the height of his career -
) Starch Foods for Diabetics. court. i John D.'s income was between France are preparing for eventual 1 thereof in gold or silver, agreeableto

Before the discovery of insulin, 50 and 90 million dollars. agreements on monetary stabilization an act of assembly passed at
the lives of diabetics were prolonged Wage and Hour Measure tariff and trade adjustments, Hillsborough the 8th day of August
Disturbed by ill health John D.
- by feeding them just enough starch Offered in Congress retired from active business, in 1911. price-fixing of essential commodities 1778.
fooiis bread and believe it not brethren "A lesson to arbitrary and
-sugar, potatoes-to Some time before that he had or ,
maintain life. They were thus very *PRESIDENT a and sistren-a settlement of the defaulted wicked ministers."R. .
,, special asked switched from accumulating wealthto
message congressto .
weak. foreign debts owed to us.
enact anew, law for the benefit of giving it away. ,The giving was
t', When insulin was discovered by Maybe it's significant-or, if you "I. Colbe.
,workers in interstate industries done systematically, and represent-
(, Dr. Fred Banting it was found ,that ,,.regulating want to be broadminded and char- "Death to counterfeit."
atives the
4 the of family interests esti-
hours. '"
diabetics could ra" ;{ it On the other side !
eat more starch mate that his itable about merely a coincidencethat was printed: ,fJ
work, the and e own benefactions be-
, l foods as the insulin enabled the wages ;- '';' every dispatch from European "Four dollars. Printed by, J.
the tween the 1885 and 1934 both
:, blood ,and employment of ,+ <-t1 ;?\0$ years this Davis, 1773."
to carry use the starchi' ,""Yu 0"' "'u;,', I inclusive totaled sources on matter lists the
children. : $530,853,632. At the
, foods for the work of the body in- ImmedliW#4en N{, debts last. And, verily I say unto
,,. ately after it was ;:;:( /u'--i.f:: :\ top of the long list of gifts are the
>,;. stead body in of the having urine.it thrown out of the read, Chairman Hugo {>c' {xdI4:: Rockefeller Foundation, which received -. you they, that's will come-last.exactly when and where Negro,, }3, Has 38th Child

h1 L. Black of the ,,"'',;,;,.t', :;f'i.x',:' $182,851,480, and the Gen- Born to His 13th Wife
Now insulin is expensive, and senate labor ,,;>:.I' 't'>;, eral Education board, which was I seem to see the big three gath-
committee -
. must be administered by the hypodermic and Chair- <<,:,'l" .* f1!Jjf'} I given $129,209,167. For years the I ered at the council table for the Brooksville, Fla. Th. thirty-.
needle which of the :i final session and La' Belle 'France
course, mart Williarh R. / University of Chicago was a pet of eighth child of Ambrose Hilliard
s1, patient learns to do for himself. moving that, everything else having ,
Connery of the his, and he gave it in all $78,448,407. I Douglas, ninety-three-year-old negro
i. .> Therefore research men have been been,arranged to the satisfaction ol f
house labor committee N% I Mr. Rockefeller's body was taken ex-slave, was born recently to
trying to increase the amount of the majority present and the hour
introduced identical from Ormond Beach to his estateat Minnie, his thirteenth wife. The
starch food the patient's body can bills designed Senator Black Pocantico Hills, Tarrytown, N. being late, the detail of those debts child, an apparently healthy and robust
use so that less insulin will be nec- Y. and there the be put over to some future date.
\ ; to carry out the proposals of the funeral rites were girl, was born without medical
:;, .- essary. President. The measure had been conducted by Dr. Harry Emerson John Bull seconds the motion. Mo- assistance. A layette was furnished

_ ,, Dr. J. M. Rabinowitch, Montreal, agreed upon in conferences at the Fosdick of New York city. Next tion carried by a vote of 2 to 1, Uncle by the city welfare board. Doug-
'\: in the Journal of the Canadian Medical White House and was promptly re- day the oil king was laid to rest in Sam being feebly recorded in the las' oldest child now is sixty-six.
'> Association records his experi- ferred to committees with prospectof Lake View cemetery, Cleveland, be- negative. Dignified and still active, L' aged
-:, ences in lessening the total
amount quick action. It had been ap side his wife wtyo died 22 years ago.Only'two negro, who was born in slavery in
.;: of food eaten but giving "A Sense of
a large
per- proved by John L. Lewis, head of of Mr. Rockefeller's chil- North Carolina, lives in a shack on
of starch foods
'; centage so as to the C. I. 0. but dren survive him. JohnD. DAMON RUNYON who, being
since laws setting They are the edge of town. He ekes out a
''"':.' enable the blood to hold and use minimum wages for men have al- Rockefeller, Jr., head of the busi- should know better, reopens living for the 12 children-living with
/ of these starch foods.
more the issue
ways been opposed by leaders of ness since the father retired, and of whether many him: by gathering Spanish moss and
';'":, There were 50 cases and the pa- the American Federation of Labor, it Alta, wife of E. Parmalee Prentice. people have a sense of humor. This raising a few chickens, a goat and
tients followed the
; treatment carefully provokes somebody to inquire what t
was considered probable that There are eight grandsons and five razor-back hogs.
.'t, for five years. The records nization would not like the bill. granddaughters.Third is humor, anyhow?
show that this diet leads, in the I stand by this definition: Humoris
majority of cases, to marked improvement ] The twin bills ,originally had pro- tragedy standing on its head with : Austria Jails Beggars
in the amount of starch posed a forty hour maximum week Son Born to its pants torn. j)
Who Use LimousineKorneburg '
d= and a 40 cents an hour minimum the Lindberghs a
foods which the is
body enabled to Lots of folks think a sense of humor
wage. But, at the last moment, C OL CHARLES A. LINDBERGH is predicated on the ability t o Austria. -Karl Kara-

use.Further, the daily doses of insulin I these limits were eliminated and telephoned to the American embassy laugh at other folks, which is wrong. sek and his wife Anna, who begged
finally needed in these cases spaces in the measures left blank that a third son had been bornto A real sense of humor"is based on while traveling in a car worth $12-

were found to be less than'with all for congress to fill. Mrs. '''Lindbergh on May 12, coro- our ability to laugh at ourselves. 000, were sentenced to two and

other diets that have been used' By its main provisions the meas- nation day. The news had been kept You have to say, not as Puck did, three months' imprisonment, respectively -

hepetofore in the treatment of ad- ure will: secret for nearly two weeks. Mrs. "What fools these mortals be," but, for "shameless exploi-
vanced cases of diabetes. In 12 Apply to all strictly interstate industries Dwight Morrow wrote to relativesin "What fools 'we mortals be." tation of the charity of the public."

'b : cases the patients were able to do. thus excluding such enterprises Cleveland that her daughter and IRVIN S. COBB. Karasek admitted in court that he'
without the insulin entirely. as the service trades, hotel the infant were both "doing nicely." <>WNU Service. and his' wife also owned valuable

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l SUNDAY Lesson '*KTrs? j r rMw ssrrs yrwrr.T TTT C/> Of new seeds every spring good
: From which to'raise a pumpkinOr when I W.5 sm 11.

beets, or anything.And .
I By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. with them I like. the child I
Dean of the Moody Bible Institute goes a garden
of Chicago. Where he may pluck the weeds used to te.
<. Western Newspaper Union. That offer interferenceTo

i I any kind of seeds.A I'm sorry years.

Lesson for June 6 child should gather beetles keep piling up

{ While down upon his knees;. And '
; JOSEPH'S READINESS FOR Watch cabbages and pea pods DAR
'i SERVICE Perform their mysteries. 5ep' .ratin6 ) -

His soul will stretch in stature 1 Kim from
LESSON TEXT-Genesis 413344. Inch after inch, I know,
GOLDEN TEXT-Seest thou a man diligent If he hoe
may a garden me.
In his business? he shall stand before
kings. Proverbs 22:29. And watch the turnips grow! ttcC r4 .
PRIMARY TOPIC-Joseph's Errand. -Courtesy Good House-
JUNIOR TOPIC-Joseph Goes Before the keeping Magazine.Flower 1
King. ,
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- (wnH'Mv' f/.Y'::::b'1Xr. :t ;.Wfflw.y.; WNU Service.
Ready to Serve.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- Landing a Giant Tuna in Nova Scotia.
Preparation for Public Service.
Prepared by National Geographic Society, copepods feed this life.
Washington D. C.-WNU Service.As I
Public service-that position of ONE stands on the sea- At certain seasons they swarm in I Stitching for Frocks I
these waters in numbers
opportunity and responsibilitymerits at the full of the tide so vas'sthat .
far better treatment than is looks out the swell- they give the sea a reddish ,
commonly accorded to it, for we ing floods surging in from the ,color for miles. Fashion decrees that flowers find ,a transfer pattern of one and
know only too well how often it is distant horizon, his feet are on the oils These and tiny creatures are rich in bloom on our dresses in embroidery one reverse motif7y. by 8%

nothing but a political football car- threshold of an' enormous empire, are greedily devoured by this Spring and Summer. inches; one and one reverse motif
ried hither and yon as the dictates so vast in extent and populationthat large schools of mackerel, herring, Give this smart touch to that-new 5Vz by 6 inches and six motifs 3V4
of partisan indicate. alewives, and shad. Bluefish, cod, frock-surprise yourself and all
purposes may the achievements ,of the hake and haddock by 3% inches; color suggestions;
Scripture holds a very exalted haughtiest rulers of mankind are vour, the smaller fishes pursue and and de- your friends too by what it will illustrations of all stitches used.

view of the public servant. Paul dwarfed by comparison. the huge finback and humpback even To obtain this pattern send 15

tells us to "be subject unto the higher Though fleets sail over its depth, whales do not disdain to feed cents in stamps or coins (coins
powers. For there is no power they make no significant impres- the herring. upon preferred) to The Sewing Circle

but of God: the powers that be are sion upon this immense realm. Thus the shallow banks off New Household Arts Dept., 259V..

ordained of God" (Rom. 13:1). The The subjects of this empire England, especially Georges and Fourteenth Street, New York,

Bible clearly teaches that every swarm through the waters in my- Browns Banks, at the entrance to N. Y.
governmental agency and every riads totaling far numbers : Write pattern number
greater the Gulf of Maine, as well as the gat1e I your
public servant from the policemanon than all the life of the continental Grand Banks of Newfoundland, far- name and address plainly.

the beat to the President in the world. In fact, scientific investiga- ther away, form a veritable nurs- ?
White House, is only permitted to tions indicate that the oceans were ery for the important food fishes of r 'i

exercise authority over his fellow- the original abode of life on the our coasts, and thus connect mankind i 1
men because God has ordained that globe, and that the continents were by an interlacing food chain
there should be such government.Clear peopled from that inexhaustible res- with the microscopic plant life of
it is that every rightthinkingofficial : ervoir. these shallow waters.

of state and nation shouldbe Geologists believe that the depres- The evolution of the animal world,

humble, teachable, discreet, and sions now occupied by the oceans as we know it, would have been
wise in the exercise of his power, have been located in approximately' impossible had these primitive .k

and GoJl-fearing in the discharge of their present positions during the plants not come into existence. NnTB TNELIGHTS

his responsibility. entire history of the earth, and that From such forms, also, all the higher o
Joseph, the one in the processionof the foundations of the land masses land plants of the world origi- Pattern 5801.
the patriarchs of Genesis who likewise have been situated nate.
nearlyas do,to renew that plain dress from INSTAHTLY-HO WAITINGHere's
passes before us in the lesson today they are at the present time. The Intertidal Zone. last So
year. easily done in single the iron that will"smooth
is interesting from angles But during the As the open seas were peopled :your way
many great geological and running stitch, you'll find it on Ironing day" It will eave :your strength
His personal history is charmingly periods, the ocean has repeatedly from the oceanic shelf, so the fresh- fun to embroider these large and at...help less:you cost.A do, better ironing easier and quicker
written and model of Invaded their water streams and swamps received
a appealing edges and even their small Real Instant
nosegays. Choose all the Lighting Iron...no heating
parts of the overflow.
biography. He is a marvelous typeof interior basins, sometimes to an Countless spe- colors with matbes..nowaiting.The evenly-heated
Christ, and one could devote enormous extent, forming shallow cies found food and a measure, of gay you wish, in wool, silk double pointed baseirons garments with fewer
floss or chenille and know you'rein strokes. Large glass-smooth base slides easier.
hours to such a study of his life. epicontinental seas. safety from enemies by creeping Ironing time is reduced one-third. Heats itself
But our lesson_ ,subject presents himas Thus, all the continents of the into the area between the tides. style. In pattern 5801 you will only.. use Vzf it an anywhere.hour to Economical See too...costs
where :your local
they acquired resistance to "
one reaay tor public service, ana world are bordered by a strip of hardware dealer. -
we may well profit by the lesson. shallow sea, the continental shelf, exposure to the open air at the in- Wicked RomeHistory'likes FREE Folder-Illustrating and telling all
A'", He is an example of what which tervals of low water. Here a rapid about this wonderful iron. Send postcard.
men slopes gradually from the evolution to talk of the vicesof [6319]
( who serve their country should be. coast to depths varying from 100 to took place, so that the the THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
intertidal Roman world but Dept.WU319.Wichita,
zone became densely on Kanj.;Chicago,IlL;
I I. Before God-Humble and 1,000 fathoms at its outer edge. Be- ulated with life. pop- the whole it is a question whether Philadelphia,Pa.;Los Angeles,Calif.

Teachable (vv. 33-36). yond this limit there is usually amore Finally, from fresh-water swampson they were so infinitely more wick-

The background of our lesson is rapid gradient to the main tha one hand and from the upper ed than we are of today. It wasa Pleasure' of Life

found in the four preceding chap- floor of the ocean-the continental parts of the marine tidal zone on rich and cultured world with the Take away affection and goodwill

ters. Joseph, the boy with dreams slope. the other, first plants and then ani- virtues and vices of culture and and all the pleasure is taken
and aspirations, has learned obe- This world-wide shallow strip is mals invaded the land itself and wealth. Almost all the cities of away from life.-Cicero.
dience, humility, purity and many of major importance to the life of produced ttye highly specialized the empire had a good scientific
other useful lessons in the hard seas. types that now reign over it. system of drainage, an abundant

school of experience. It has well North Atlantic Shelf. North of Cape Cod, the coast of water supply even in the upper KEEP WITH
been said that the tuition of that This article deals especially with New England is predominantly high stories of the houses, many good

school is high, but the lessons are the mollusks and other small crea- and rocky. Beginning with the head- public conveniences, well paved

well learned. tures inhabiting the continentalshelf lands of Nahant, Marblehead, and streets, large and beautiful bathsin ,
Now he stands before the king to whichborders the Atlantic Cape Ann, north of Boston, the cliffs various parts of the city en-
interpret a double dream, sent as a coast of North America from Nova are at first isolated to local regions, abling every citizen to have his
warning to the nation. The wise Scotia to New York, and includesthe with intervening stretches of sandy daily bath for little or nothing.-
men who knew ,not the true God extensive New England fisher- beaches and flats. But from Port- Kansas City Star.

had vainly sought to answer the ies.A land, in Casco_Bay, northward, the
I king's questions. Joseph sets them most remarkable stretch of coast is an almost unbroken suc-
and us an example-he receives in- shore this is. Its southern half is cession of granite cliffs, sloping

structions'and guidance from God, of comparatively even contour, but, rock-ribbed promontories, and reentrant -
\ and speaks wise words because beginning with the region of Cape bays and harbors.

taught of him. Would that all those Hatteras, the coast to the north- The tidal waters flowing'from the
who stand as counsellors before ward has subsided and is indented open sea are gradually confined by 11

kings and presidents in our day'' with deep bays and irregularities, narrowing outline of the Gulf ,of
would listen for the voice of God be- finally terminating in the long curv- Maine, which forces them to a pro- S1w
fore they speak. ing and tapering indentation of the gressively increasing height, and $

II. Before Men-Spiritual, Discreet Gulf of Maine. reach a climax in the Bay of Fundy.
and Wise (w. 37-39). The latter is the most noteworthy From Massachusetts'Bay north to :

Pharaoh recognized that the Spirit feature of the coast, its wide mouth It Portland continues, the to tide increase rises northward nine feet. ;

of God was in Joseph. That is a being guarded on either hand by until it becomes 18 ,
Cape Cod and Cape Sable, and its feet at Eastportand
great testimony for
Joseph and at
inner reaches 37 to 48 feet at the ends of the l
( the same time it reflects credit'upon narrowing to a double two
tapering horns which terminate
4 the Who apex,in the Bay of Fundy.
can say what would I the Bay of Fundy. rJ
be the result if All this northern half of the At- : f
our government of- i Here ,
lantic too, there are interpolated
ficials seaboard is a succession of
were chosen for their spir- ,
stretches of beaches flat
drowned points, and
ituality? valleys, and its topographyand
swampy meadows, and these are
geological indicate
history that
Spirituality is not the only qualification it has subsided beneath the entirely covered at high tide. Na-
I however, for such service. of the waves turally the width of the tidal zone -. '} aDirs.
sea during relatively recent
The Christian who expects men to times. on the side of a 'vertical cliff is

favor him because he is a Christian, The oceanic shelf to the 100fathom measured exactly by the vertical .Carl ,
even though he be careless and in- line widens rise and fall of the water. For example Chandltr, Texas /
rapidly to the north-
competent, finds no comfort in the the cliffs that surround Bliss
j study of Joseph. He was discreet ward, reaching its greatest extentoff island, at the entrance of Passa- O Jewel makes finer cakes and hot breads, I
and wise. tHe Gulf of Maine, where it is too.And it's grand for pan and deep-fat fry % ,1 ,
The follower of Christ approximately 400 miles wide. maquoddy bay, are exposed for 22 ing. Millions prefer this Special-Blend to l I
should distinguish himself by dili- The central floor of the Gulf of feet from the top of the, barnacle any other shortening, regardless of price! '
gent and intelligent frieze that marks the
application of Maine is an ancient river high-tide limitto
valley to
all his powers to his work. Then which the river the water level at'low tide.
men will honor both him and his systems, represented Crowded With Life.
God. by those' .now existent, contributed This region between the tides is Source of Pleasure Danger in Words

III. In Service-Responsible the tneir drainage, to be emptied into teeming with life, both' plant and Pleasure is the reflex of unimWise men say nothing in dan-
and prehistoric
sea by a single animal, in crowded peded energy.-Hamilton.. gerous times.-Selden.
Powerful (vv. 40-44). channel and mouth still traceableon array. On the

He who had humbled himself un- the sea floor at the edge of the the vertical various granite species walls of Bliss island,
der the mighty hand of God continental shelf.Throughout are arranged in
exalted -
overlapping with
zones the
in due time. (See I this extensive and conspicuous -
Peter 5:6.: ) white band of rock barnacles. 5
Joseph was willing to abide God'stime comparatively .shallow oceanic Below this, the rockweeds hang in
and did not run ahead of himas margin, well illuminated by thesun's thick, gracefully festooned clusters PLUG'
did his father, Jacob. rays, conditions are favorable down to the low-water mark.

The record shows that he used l his for marine an enormous development of the Concealed beneath the rockweed,
place of honor and plants on which sea ani- and
0 privilege to per- mals feed succeeding the base of the
: namely, the
form a difficult and microscopic barnacle the
arduous task zone, rocks are
and to do it well. Rightspiritedmen larger diatoms seaweeds., one-celled algae, and the covered with a dense layer of young Your Dollarbuys

do not glory in position or power I black mussels. Advertising
but use the opportunity to give Nursery for Food Fishes. Among them are closely crowded
themselves in sacrificial service to Here numerous streams empty groups of the common dog whelk,
I God and their fellow-men. Some- their loads of silt, rich in nitrates, feeding upon the mussels, and lay- something more than space' and circulation in

i : one has aptly said that a politician phosphates, and other chemicals ing their graceful vase-shaped egg the columns of this newspaper: It buys space and
;j. is who has needed for plant food. The strong cases, tinted rose and
one his eye on the next yellow, in circulation plus the favorable consideration of our
tides rushing into the
: election while a statesman has his narrowing mosaiclike patches in the crevices.
,t eye on the next generation and its channel from the open sea keep The dog whelk has a thick shell readers for this newspaper and its advertising patrons.
welfare. God the water stirred with upwelling with a characteristic
give us spindle-shaped
more states-
men! currents plentifully supplied with opening. is extremely variable in Let us tell you more about it.

oxygen. color, size, and sculpture along the
Hordes of small crustaceans, the New England shore.


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The Clewiston News I That present time permits session as him senator to completethe before Weekly Legislative Review\ed,the after legislature the constitutional.have expired.60 days'of

offering his resignation. Meantime

Published every Friday In Clewiston,, political eyes are being cast aboutin Edison Lost Much,Money ii\

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, all directions, and probably theI Tallahassee, June 3 (FNS) .-Tha ed by the house, $100,000 higher\ Thomas A. Edison, holder of more '

Inc. I old pot will start boiling even legislature was embroiled in various than the senate measure, and than 1,200 patents, lost more money

though the heat of the summer sun conflicts over appropriations, revenue 000 higher than the 1935 $400'-1 fighting for his claims than he real-

makes us all so lazy we cannot workup and social security as it passedthe ation. It called for ized on his inventions. The money

Keathley Bowden, Editor much enthusiasm over the pos- last week-end before the sine die each of the next two years of approx- .I he made was through sale of his

sibilities of a campaign. adjournment of its regular 60-day imately $6,900,000.This products as a manufacturer, not as
an inventor.
Entered as second class mail mat- KILLING THE DEER session. figure did not include the

ter February 1, 1927, at the Pos' Difficulties over the appropriations $3,500,000 seen as necessary for old
to be met did it include $1- FREE! If excess acid causes you
Florida, under bill were expected age pensions, nor
Office in Clewiston, this session of the Legis- '
Before Stomach Ulcers Gas Pains Indigestion
3 1897. during the week. The house and sen- 432,000 set by the house for the am-
the Act of March lature closes it is almost certain that Heartburn, Belching, Bloating -.
ate are scheduled to adjourn at mid- ount necessary to make proper build-.
a law will be passed permitting the Nausea, get free sample doctor's
night Friday night at the latest, and ing improvements at various state
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. killing of all deer in tick infested legislative leaders hasten with all institutions.The prescription, Udga, at Alston's Drug
rates on application. I areas, one of the largest of these being Store. 3mJn18
Advertising the last week
j possible speed as senate had not acted on the
in Glades county. It is a thing
I started to insure the final passageof building program bill as the last
I hate to to but be-
we see come pass
the biennial appropriations bill I
Devoted to the advancement and fore criticising too much it is well before adjournment time. week started. A-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..; k...
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry to take a look at the other side. I Neither body had taken any
Likewise leaders scurried for a fiscal -
County. The cattle' industry has become inite steps toward supplying def-I.
program that would bring in approximately -, I
for old age pensions, care for
I of the of revenue -
one greatest sources $5,000,000 added rev- Good Farm .
children the blind.
pendent or I
state be
I to the and seems to enue seen as necessary if the stateis
And 'now Bob Burns, who was truly concentrating at this time in this and to pay its increased appropriationsduring Principal accomplishment of the'

born in Van Buren, Arkansas, is adjoining counties. The old haphazard the next two years. week was the hurried adoption by I

living in an $85,000 mansion. Such, I methods of raising cattle have The house and senate conference, both houses of a new state unemploy- Land

gentle readers, is the reward for been or are rapidly being discardedin committees were in agreement the ment insurance bill, scheduled to

making people laugh.! favor of advanced methods of per- week-end on the biennial appropriations meet the objections of Governor

manent pastures, improved breedingand bill, but "the main bodies of Cone to a bill vetoed a week before. for Rent

If you've ever gotten one of those scientific methods of raising the legislature postponed until Monday -;; The measure was introduced and

"Having a fine time wish you were which tend to improve the 'strain of: their study of the measure, with' passed in the senate Monday, and

here" postals (who hasn't?) you'll I beef cattle produced. Contributoryto indications of a general tie-up unless was approved by,,an unanimous 83 to

get a kick from the paragraph an this improvement in no small extent adjustments were speedily leached. I 0 vote in the house,without amend- >-.a

exchange discovered. "Having a fine< is the fight by the State Live- ment, in a Saturday afternoon ses-

time. Wish I could afford it." stock Sanitary Board to eliminate As the bill 'came out of the con- sion.

e cattle ticks.Hundreds. ference committees, it was $300,000a It makes the state eligible to re-

Even the experts' now admit that of thousands of-" dollars year lower than the measure passIon ceive 90 percent of the money paid TrespassersWill

hydrogen is dangerous in dirigibles have been expended to rid the stateof I into the federal government for un- \ Be

If the automobile drivers will now these feVer ticks and while ,it I employment insurance, without the

admit that railroad crossings are worked a hardship on all cattle own- by official propaganda over the I' imposition of additional 'fees on employers ProsecutedClewiston

dangerous the world will be making ers for some time to be compelled to bombing of the German battleship; or employees.The .

progress.; round up every head every other a Spanish passenger steamer, tor- bill calling for 50% increaseon I

week for dipping, the results have pedoed, sank carrying hundreds to liquor taxes was past one of its

James M. Barrie's recipe for the been worth the effort. However it a watery grave, police and strikersin legislative milestones, having been I ...c! I

production of an, editorial: seems that there are a lot of deer a pitched battle left four dead adopted by the senate, but as the

2 pipes equal 1 hour. in the areas that have been declared and 78 wounded in South Chicago.And last week started it was still beforea

2 hours equal 1 idea. tick-free which cannot be roundedup the pitiful part of it is, all house committee.

1 idea equals 2 paragraphs. and dipped and they carry ticksas this strife and hate and bloodshedis
Also before the senate for early
2 paragraphs equal 1 editorial. well as do the cattle. To allow so useless. It solves no problem,

Which is why we favor getting paid these deer to run through the areas settles no dispute,_ but '''simply piles action was a bill to increase taxeson Realty And

by the hour instead of the inch. will mean the eventual spreading of bitterness on bitterness, hate on hateto horse racing pari-mutuel pools I
2 % and on dog track pools 1%, the
the ticks back to the cattle.So ,no avail.If .
revenue to go to state purposes instead I DevelopmentCorporation
Then there is the story of the i
the same power, influence and
the Livestock Sanitary Boardinsists ...
of being divided, as other rac-
church which found at the last min-
leadership that the world now gives!
that these deer be killed out
is between counties.
ing revenue ,
ute it had not sufficient wine on
and that necessary legislation be to thoughts of domination, advantage -
hand for the communion service, Governor Cone recommended the
i superiority and conquest couldbe
passed to permit them being killed
Only available wine was persimmon., out." Their ultimatum; according to united with peace, prosperity and racing tax increase as one means of

When doxology the, all congregation they could got do to was the reports affected, would for be'a to period close the of counties five- ,brotherhood each nation the as 'dominant eager to aim help, 'and its getting the state.sufficient for the revenue next two to years.operate ,A................................................................................,..., ,IJ".a ..

whistle it. years against shipping cattle in or neighbor as in war it is eager to The house had passed a general

out and invoking another two-year harm him, we would then for the salary bill, giving substantial pay

With the king crowned, the duke dipping'era. Such action would mean first time know the real meaning of increases to the governor, justicesof <
and Wallis wed, and the Lindberghswith the extermination of the cattle industry the ,words "Peace", "Security""Happiness" the supreme court and the,cabinet

a new baby boy, England moves in this county: and some other and another setting the salary of cir-
from the spotlight to make room for at The
cuit judges $6,500 a year.
;, counties.It Tony, the barber, is a swell guy.
the ever-booming Spanish war, and measure
was awaiting action,' 'along
He has an infectious smile and a
looks like the only question' is
Amelia her roundtheworldflight.
on with the building improvement bill,
whether the cattle industry is more cordial manner that makes you like
We even take time to note the I the
in senate.
him. He was born in Italy but ,has 1f
important to us than is the deer
Florida ends.
legislature The house passed a bill to give
been in this country a good
hunting during a certain period in many
back to 'counties in cash 'the gasoline Uf
Heinie who the hot
he ..winter; years. runs dog
With fingers duly crossed we note had
'' tax money that previously
stand 'near my place, is about the
the amazing length of time, in which There are some who will take one ""know. I been paid into the state board of ad-
best natured man I He'd give ,
newspapers have not reported a fa side and some who will take the other : ministration for retirement of their IN YOUR
the shirt off his back. Everybodylikes
tality'on the Lake highway. May La- but as it looks at this time the you Heinie. Then there's Manuel : bonds, but ,the. transfer of the, money OWN HOME -.- ;

dy Luck continue to ride with us deer will be killed out whether some over at' the Spanish restaurant- I directly to the counties hinged upon .

all, till some real improvement is like it or not. -Moore Haven Dem- their having all of their road and
courteous, kind, friendly. He 'stopped
done on the road that has cost the ocrat'. bridge bonds paid up. 17
me on the street the other night to
lives of more motorists than any BIG NEWS Leading counties of this type this
takin' home
show me a kitten he was
equal stretch of highway in the I year is Dade county, which will receive -
to Carlotta. Frenchy, the mechanic
state if not the nation. "We'd better make'a front page \
approximately $500,000 a year.
I I over at the garage is one of the most!
story of that wedding" remarked the carefree happy: individuals I know. I Other counties whose bonds have
Anticipation exceeds realization! I editor. who will be
already been paid out or K
We have a lot of fun, wise-crackin' at
Too true. Got our electric bill this "Why?" asked ,the society reporter each other.-All of them are my i I paid out in the coming year are Baker -

week and gleefully' began 'figuring in surprise, "they aren't' very friends I'd do anything I could to Dixie, Franklin, Hamilton, '.

the same amount of electricity at prominent people." help them and they woulddo, the Holmes, Santa Rosa, Wakulla, Cal- QI l

the new rate, anticipating what a "That may be", he replied, "but same for me. houn, Gulf, Jackson, Liberty and
neat saving we'd make the first
of this is the first account of a weddingyou Washington. ,
Men on both sides in the Spanishwar
next week. Right! on a $7.10 elec- Additional bills to tax chain and
have turned in for ages thatlasn't
tric bill this month we'll 2 are no different from those I've Sit on top of the world.de
save had as a last line, "They will pictured among my good friends.! individually owned stores were introduced pendent upon no one,in your
cents next month when the new rate reside, with the bride's parents.-- in the senate, and house, own home, and provide last-
goes into effect. The saving will evi- Montreal Star.SLEEPING. Men inside and outside the great : their schedules running from $25 for ing security'for your family!
dently be for the bigger steel plants of South Chicago 'and a I i build
of You
users one store to $800 for a store in can buy or so easily
current ot'for dozen other industrial centers are, and with
and the economically our
average IN THE SUN chains of 16 or more, to $10 for one
consumer. no different, if you just get to;! "Budget Monthly PaymentPlan"
store to $900 for each store hav-
KNOW THEM. up A long term to pay
The cross-state waterway flows I ing 105 or more stores in the state. with small rent-size pay-
POLITICS :NOT OVER YET Neither devils nor saints, but hu-
past Stuart's door, a dreamy link in I The house barred introduction of ments, quickly gives you a _
150 miles of waterway. It is very man beings to be swayed this way or| general bills after Tuesday, and imposed -I clear home. Get complete details W
This and that by human emotions, helpless'pawns without
particularly I pleasant to look upon, conducive to a 5-minute cloture rule for debate obligation: now.
Hendry county, will have a little I sleepiness.Up of scheming dictators, labor I on the floor. That gave each

spurt of off-season politics this year, and political leaders, who, to attain for debate
speaker that length of time -
in Fort Pierce, however, this
since a special election will be required their own selfish ends, cunningly !
on measure, and no more.
cross-state canal any
to elect a senator to fill the same appears to spread false and malicious propa- Several legislators already had Clewiston Home
have stimulating effect.
a They're
vacancy caused by the resignationof ganda to cause dissention, breed be
given notice that there would no
Arthur Gomez of Key West. building a $16,000 yacht basin with hate and create' bitter strife. the Building Association.
this session of
And in Fort
slips. Myers western
over -
Senator Gomez resigns to accept. This is a mighty good time for all legislature, and that no bills will be
" the appointment to the bench of' the terminus of the 'canal"a new of us to keep a cool head and a quiet other allow-I -u: JB7
yacht basin has been constructed at passed, nor any business
, circuit court, the judge's vacancy : tongue. The best way' to keep out of
a cost of around $15,00'0.How .
having been'caused by the death in trouble as a nation.- Is to keep out

early May of Jefferson B. Browne. is the Stuart yacht basin, of ti-ouble as an individual. ......:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
The district will be without representation coming along? Will Jt be ready by You: hear those inclined to startan

:. until the special election next wint'eI' for they yacht traffic argument over the Spanish war, ?

L: is held.: It may be that no senator which is bound to pass here? the situation in Russia or Italy or :?: J I Have Taken Over The ::

,', will be needed in view of the fact Let it pass, please. Don't bother I Germany, or-getting closer home-

Fi that the Senate is not due to be in us. We're too busy sleeping in the South Chicago. 1
1 session again for two years. However sun.Stuart Daily News: You really don't know whether GULF SERVICE STATIONs '

F ; a special session is always a the Germans or the Spanish fired .. :::
;.. possibility, so a senator: must be aDaellam u panvanuae bugi nwcu first. Both sides blame the other.
V" elected in order that the district You don't leally know whether the :;: Sugarland Highway sAnd

',, have a senator on hand in case he Too Late To ClassifyBy strikers or the police started the t

is needed. brawl-both claim the other did. y

Elbert Stewart, of Clewiston, present issell It is as easy to mis-judge as 'it iso :;: will appreciate the' patronage of all *

f-f representative of Hendry coun- % KayBHgHHBHBBBaHaBBMBHBgRBHKHI judge, especially when you don't :: my friends and customers. :s;;:

ty has announced that he would seek have the facts. Don't believe all you i
: :
f; the position as senator. If he enter'sthe hear, good or bad, about either side. ?

race for the special election and It may have been a nice quiet Sunday Don't permit half-truths, false rumors :: I assure. everyone of prompt and efficient :;.:

is elected he will have to resign: as at your house, but from lookin' or pure propaganda to jo: excite

representative. Then Hendry county over Monday mornin' papers it seems I your emotions that you sacrifice ::: S service. ::

:11? will have to elect a new re1>resenta- that there was plenty goin' on in REASON and COMMON SENSE.Sit y y

tive. other places. steady in the boat and when ==

Senator Gomez Is allowed 60'days Death and destruction: dropped 'ou're in a group where the conversation R C. NOWLING ;_i;

after his appointment (which was from the skies on helpless women heads in a dangerous direction ::: s.

i' confirmed last week) before he and children in war torn Spanish see if you can't step in and ..1. ) ..1..

qualifies for the position as Judge. cities; all Germany seethed, 'egged change the subject. .:!..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:.. ..:..:..: )

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IaN i..N..N..N..N..N.N..N..N..NN.. :,...N..N..N..N..N..N..N..MININ. ..N..N...Na.: Mrs. M. M. Prewitt was in LaBelle of guests including: Mrs. Merriam, the latter part of this week. I IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? ;.:
Thursday taking the teachers exam- Mrs. Scroggins and Mrs. Robinsonof This house, slightly larger than

=: Personal Mention =i= ination in the office of the county Lake Harbor, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, the first house built, but built according }

superintendent.Mr. M"rs. M. E. VonMach and Mrs. G. E.
:: to the same plans, will be
..;. . N. .IINININ. .NIN. .NIN1...! N N N NO Smith of the Clewiston Catholic Al- L. B. MershonAGENT
'W'1 .N.N.N.N N N N N N. N. .-- N occupied by Fred A. Flanders who

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alston were and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and tar Society, Mrs. Martha Ludekins, has supervisory charge of the Ca-
Mrs. H. C. Jones, Miss Bessie'Lewis,
loosahatchee. Lock-tender N.
,: business visitors in Okeechobee children, Barbara and Billy, and *
Mrs. E, H. Forester, Mrs. Ed Hay, New York
Thursday. Mrs M. C. Johnson are spendinga B. Lee will occupy. the other houseas Life
Mrs. C.. Nelson, Mrs. Z. B. Nelson and and
0' vacation at Fort Myers Beach. soon as it is vacated by Mr.
Mrs. Moore, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Flanders. Insurance Company

_j I Grady Boynton and W. E. Hudson -- Mrs. W. M. Bradnack, Mrs. J. H. Do- The contract for construction of ARCADIA, FLORIDA ';
. r of Canal ''Point were business visitors Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and ty, Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. H. R.
the house
let the
, was to Spadaro
Kim Mrs. R. M. Sears Mrs. H.
son. ,
in Clewiston Wednesday. ,
I Hall, Mrs. E. Z. Houser,
t :.... H. Askew, and Mrs. C. W. Thomas Contracting Company: for $5,500. NORGE REFRIGERATORS'
.) t Mrs. O. A. Jones Mrs. A. W. Lawrence Sub-contracts were let on the plumb-
John Elmore were spent Wednesday on a fishing trip at Furniture and Home Furnishings
I i C. E. Miner and Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs., Wil- ing to Pete Christensen; the paint
r business visitors in Fort Myers Wed Fort Myers Beach. fred Lockhart Miss Dorothy Lock- PHILCO
II ing and floor finishing to Geo. Bur- RADIOS

!II I i nesd y.I Judson Francis and Mrs. R. Y. hart, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. L. C. Mil- chard of LaBelle and the electrical Household FurnishingsInc.

.I Patterson motored to West Palm ler, Mrs. R. C. Nowling: Mrs. W. C. wiring and outfitting to Harry H.

.t Mrs. W. W. Perry has as her guest Beach this morning to meet Mr. i Owen, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. W. W. Turner of Clewiston. .

I her sister, Miss Bessie Lewis of Patterson who is returning from Tal-! Perry, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. I. Like the first house constructed, BELLE

.f' Blakely, Georgia.Mrs. lahassee. M. Pafford, Mrs. C. B. Roberts, Mrs. this house has two bedrooms, living GLADE. FLORIDA,
I I Joseph Robbins, Mrs. R. N. Smith,
I I I I room, dining room, kitchen and bathas
I Forester of East Tampa Mr. and Mrs. H.' C. Kolstad haveas Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mrs. C. E. Robbins, well as a spacious front porch. A

I is.'In E. Clewiston H. this, week visiting their guests for several days, Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. C. L. Downs, slight change in design makes the J. M. COUSE
her sister. Kolstad's mother, Mrs. G. M. 'Searsof and Mrs. F. Deane Duff. kitchen and living room --- larger Counselor and Attorney, at Law

Shellman, Georgia, and her aunt than in the other house. Roomier
I Mrs. H. H. Askew and the latter's MRS. MUNROE HONORED AT closets are provided and a tile floor Hopkins Building

Mrs. C. W. McDonald and baby daughter Mrs. C. Wu Thon of Atlanta. FAREWELL BRIDGE MONDAYMrs. has been added for the bath. The Wednesdays and Saturdays

': son, Harry, of Belle Glade, visited roof Is of an asbestos-cement com- 9:30 to 4:00
H. R. Hall entertained witha
friends in Clewiston Monday.I position shingle which is said to be ---
delightful bridge party at her home
G. H. Small returned Wednesday
one of the best roofing materials
I and Mrs. Fred Jost of Stuart from Fort Myers where he has beena Monday afternoon honoring Mrs. A. available. '

visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. patient in Lee Memorial Hospitalfor A. Munroe, who left this week for Mr. Flanders expects to move into J. M. BLOW

.1 J. Schroeder.Mr. two weeks. Mr. Small is much Madison to reside.
the new house as soon as the missing TITLE COMPANYABSTRACTS
improved and expects to be out againin High score prize, a lovely box of fixtures are received and put Into I

and Mrs. E. C. Mills and child- a few days. bath powder, was von by Mrs. 'Wil- place. Beautification of the lawn OF TITLE
and Bub spending a liam H. Lanier second HENDRY AND DADE COUNTIES
ren, Gene are high, a pastel has already begun.
two weeks' vacation at Fort Myers Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and : bath towel, went 'to Mrs. C. W. 318-22 Scjbold Bldg.Miami, Fla.

, Beach. daughter, Emma Jane, left Thursday McDonald. _Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, T

I' morning for a four-day stay at Miami : holder of low score, was consoled
I I Mr. and Mrs.' R. J. Lee and children Beach. Dr. Ezelle will attend 'with a novelty brush, and Mrs. T. 11

I. Skippy and Linda, have moved the East Coast Dental Association B. Shelley received a corsage of violets I .

r into the duplex apartment of Mr. which holds its convention, in Miami as cut prize. Mrs. Munroe was

and Mrs., B. J. Schroeder. Saturday.Mr. presented with a lovely luncheon set i'

I by Mrs. Hall.Chicken .
and Mrs. Joseph Robbins, Mr.
r Walter Fears, of I:>Pahokee son of
and Mrs. C. E. Robbins and Mrs. L. salad, wafers, cakes and
; B. F. Fears and a former Clewiston H. Robbins attended the graduation iced tea were served to Mrs. L. A.

resident, is spending a few days in exercises at, the Pahokee High School Turner Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs.C. 1.fT&

Clewiston visiting Bob Beardsley.Miss in the Pahokee school auditorium E,. Nail, Mrs. H. H. Turner, Mrs.F. .

Jack Hendrick and Mr. and Wednesday night. M. Wright, Mrs. W. W. Perry, w

-- Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs. C. W. McDon-
Mrs. E. R. Cochran and childrenwere
ald Mrs. W. H. Lanier Mrs. R. C.
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.R. Dave G. Alston returned Tuesday ,
Wilson, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Wil- .
C. Wilson evening from a vacation trip, whichhe .
--- made by motor with a party of I fred 'Lockhart, Miss Dorothy Lock- ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bradley of friends into old Mexico and many interesting I hart and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle.

Palm Beach and Mrs. M. C. Hookerof points in the Western. United 1' OLEACKSONVILLE

Moore Haven visited Mr. and Mrs. States. Soil Conservation Sets I
W. C. Hooker Wednesday.Mrs. -- SING
Miss Betty Spicer, sophomore at
--- Record In SouthThe J
the Florida State College for Wo- FLORIDA
Foy Durrence, Mrs. Leo'na G the BEAN
men, is expected home this week-end
Durrence, Miss Mae Lily Stone and ANDREWS.M.n.s r
after visiting with friends in Gainesville 1936 acreage of soilconserving -
June Hooker were visitors in 'West of old eotxH hare fond ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at dm
since the closing of the collegethe crops in the Southern Region, in BARDS to modern, fireproof hotel In the heart of down
Palm Beach Thursday.Mrs.
first of the week. which Florida is located, was the bean town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and
sing than the lowly brown shower oft fan radio slatted
--- water, ceiling ,
'-- largest on record, Cully A. Cobb, director served in
If it were a
Viola Stone and her grandson especially summer door.. Every Bed with innerspring
Mr. and Mrs. Zerney Meredith and of the Agricultural Adjust- low brown pot, fragrant with the mtttreit and reading lamp. Running ice
Elbert Hooker left
iiii; daughter, Patsy, and Foster Meredith ment Administration's Southern Di- mingled goodness of brown sugar water on every door.

spend the summer with relatives .are spending a few days in Mi- vision, has advised the State Agri- and crisp brown bacon! Mingled AIR CONDITIONED.
in West Palm Beach. with it are reminiscences of the COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP
eo __ ami. Foster Meredith returned home cultural Extension Service. DINING AND MEETING ROOMS
that the pine trees sing out
the first of the week from Jackson- Cobb said there was a total of approximately songs beans .Rilei-Single with Private Bath
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Mitchell and in Maine woods where
73 Rooms $200 80 Rooms 52.50
ville where he has in Alabama -
spent several 21,500,000 acres know the
family spent Friday in Miami Beach, eaten by woodsmen 40 Rooms S3.00 24 Room $3,50
weeks. Arkansas; Florida, Georgia. worth of long hours of baking in
arranging for a house into which 10 Sample! Rooms with Prlv !t Bath $400
Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, S.. earthen ovens. r >Slight HK/cttt lor doublt occgoincvOik.
they will move in a few days. Richard Bestor, student of the Carolina, and Texas on which soil Sing the bean then, and repeata .. /. 0 POUND Ho....

University of Florida, spent this. conserving crops were planted last chorus of very good bean dishes HOm>ATTIN V HOTEL otsoio
: k Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and which you have ,tried and found a.a-T.., S......,.G.r. .
week: at his home here with his parents year by producers participating in universal .. -: .
in appeal
: family have moved into the home on
Royal Palm Avenue recently vacatedby Mr. and Mrs. Horace A. Bes- the program. This is an increase of Here are two recipes which will
or.He leaves this week-end for approximately 800% over the acre- start you off singing in tune:
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson.
-'-- Fort Benningnear Columbus, Geor- age reported by the Census as being Encore! Encore!
gia, for a six week's training camp in soil conserving crops in 1929 in
Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Pafford and
with his R. O. T. C. unit. the Southern Region. This figure includes Beans ,and Cheese Casserole:
daughters, Anne and Mary 'Kay, and
soil conserving practices that Dice four slices of bacon fry
were week-end guests of Mr. and crisp. Remove. Drain,off most of
Mr. ,and Mrs. G. B. Thomas and were substituted in lieu of soil-cone
Mrs.. Grover Poole in Palm Beach. the fat, add one-fourth cup pecans .
If, _-_ daughter[ Mary Louise, left Sundayfor serving crops.Increased and brown gently. Add one third FlORIDAGJ
Lakeland. Mrs. Thomas is attending plantings of cowpeas, cup diced cheese, the contents of
Mrs. J. W. Moore, Mrs. Wilfred
summer school at Florida velvet beans and other summer I one can of New England oven-
Lockhart, Miss Dorothy Lockhartand Southern College and Mr. Thomas is beans accounted for a large portionof baked beans, the bacon dice and
Mrs. .1. M. Pafford were visi-
salt to taste. Pour into greased
engaged in some contracts for electrical this acreage. There was also a
tors in Fort Myers Wednesday.Mr. Individual <'casseroles. Cut two
wiring marked increase in the of
buildings in
on new acreage
slices of bacon in halves and place
Lakeland and Bartow. vetch and Austrian peas in the Re- q
of each.
a piece of bacon on top
and Mrs. Leslie C. Miller and fkl
Bake in the oven until the baconis W
Mrs. B. C. Flaniken attended the gion.There
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Crouch and was a total of 13,670,482acres crisp. This serves four persons. "

I 1_. graduation exercises I II of the Pahokee daughter, Jo Anne, and Mrs. R. M. on nearly one million farms Baked Beans and Hamburger: !igjJW
High School Wednesday evening. onion add one-half
I Hare, Jr., and son, Ronald, accompanied covered by the program on which approved Chop one ,
I pound of hamburger steak and
I I Captain K., F. Hertford of Jacksonville by Mrs. M. C. Crouch of Lake I soil-building practices were brown in two tablespoons of fat.

r and Elliott Van de Vanterof Harbor left by car Tuesday for Adel, carried out in 1936. Practices clas- Add the contents of one can of m 1 9 1#

Washington, D. C., were in Clew- Georgia. Mrs. M. C. Crouch and Jo sified as soil-building included the tomato soup and the contents of lbIm

-'" iston this week on business connected Anne and Mrs. Hare and Ronald w" leaving of summer legumes on the one can of oven-baked beans. Saltto !
visit relatives there this Mr. land to add the soil taste and heat thoroughly.
(@ with the U. S. Engineer project.Mr. summer. fertility to on rtt
slices of hot 11 fi!
Serve plain or over u;
and Mrs. M. H. Crouch will go on approximately 5,900,000 acres; the
steamed brown bread. This serves
and Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger to New York on a business trip. plowing under of green summer legumes six persons.* <*

, and son, Clark, left Sunday for Fort -' on 1,250,000 acres; the turn-

I Lauderdale to reside. The Ironmongers Among those attending the bac- ing under of small grains as green

have taken a cottage on Fort I calaureate services at Pahokee Sun- manure on 1,760,000 acres; and the I

day evening Mr. and Mrs. F. plowing under of sorghum, sudan
I Lauderdale Beach for the summer.i ii I were PEEPLES INTRODUCES LOCAL I '"
M. Wright and children, ,Francis and grass, or millet as. green manure on BILLS IN LEGISLATUREMoore

i Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Munroe left Nancy, Bobby Patterson, Leroy Hare, 1,800,000 acres. Stop at the rjotet

Tuesday evening for Madison, Florida Jimmy Hall, H. R. Hall, Mr. and Cobb said reports showed that co- ( Haven Democrat)

i where Mr. Munroe has been Mrs.. J. E. Beardsley and sons, Jim, operating farmers in the Southern Representative J. H. Peeples on 'Patticia

f 11 transferred by the Western Union Bob, Dan and Bruce, Mrs. Joe Rob- Region diverted 11,046,000 acres of Saturday of last week introduced

: Telegraph company. bins, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. Leah cropland from soil-depleting cropsto several local bills in the House of

I Spicer, Mrs. B. E. Herring and Miss soil-conserving crops in 1036. Of Representatives, chief among which 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll .
I Mrs. L. 'H. Schuck and son, Paul, I Marion Leydig.LADIES this total, diverted cotton acres led was to change the boundary of

left Monday for Panama City to join .. all other crops by a wide margin, accounting Glades county by lopping off the

Mr. Schuck and Louis Schuck who I AID CELEBRATES I for 9,069 of the diverted portion known as North LaBelle and Outside Rooms "'ith

' have been located there for .the past BIRTHDAY WITH LUNCHEON acres. A total of 1,819,000.acres giving it to Hendry county. 'It is probable Private Hath,
f, several i \
weeks. were diverted from general crops; '
that these bills will be taken up
I The Ladies Aid of the Community 129,000 acres from peanuts; and with all local bills and passed dur- COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

,:I Mr. and Mrs. H. J.\ B. Scharnberg Church, following an annual custom, 30,000 acres from tobacco to soil- ing closing hours of the session which Overlooking Biscayne Bay

left Sunday for a month's vacationin celebrated its birthday with a lunch- conserving' crops. ends today.It .

Boston and other points in the eon Thursday. The luncheon was Florida farmers diverted 65,000 is understood that the bill, as Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and

:I north. They will visit their son and held in the dining room of the' Clew acres, of which 37,000 were cotton. drafted, provides for giving this por- Business Section.

i daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver iston Inn, 'and arrangements were tion of the county to Hendry: coun-

I I H. Scharnberg, in Boston. In charge of Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. Lock-Tenders HouseIs ty, that county becoming liable for RATES

&&t, Leslie Miller and Mrs. Wilfred Lock- the bonded indebtedness of the sec-
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, R. hart.
Nearing CompletionMoore tion. There was no exchange clauseso $1.50 Singles
j N. Smith and Miss Marion Leydig ,In the absence of the president, it is not likely that Glades county -

were among the Clewiston residents Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart*, past presi- will receive any acreage from an- $2.50 Double
who attended the graduation exercises dent, presided during the brief Haven
I meet- ( Democrat) other section to make up for this

at Pahokee Wednesday evening I ing and welcomed the visitors.. The Finishing touches were being put loss of acreage. Special Family, Weekly &

I i J. E. Beardsley, jr., was a member program consisted of a song, a short, on the new lock-tender's house at the Representative E. L. Stewart, of Monthly Rates

of the graduating class. Mr. Smith devotional led by Mrs. I. D. Leydig:I government locks here this* week and Hendry county is understood to favor '

f sang a vocal solo, accompanied by and a talk' by Mrs. L. H. Robbins. except for a few pieces of plumbing the bill but will ask for a refer- S. D. McCREARY, ProprietorH

Miss Leydig, as part of the program {( A delightful' luncheon was servedto which were delayed In shipment the endum vote from the people of his
of the graduation exercises. members'of the Aid and number house will
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: Nous engageames dans la val-

BEAUTY'S DAUGHTERBY lee. (F.) We entered into (pene-
trated) the valley.

Mauvais gout. (F.) Bad taste.

\'. La dette n'est pas seulement un
. inconvenient, mais elle est
': C Kathleen Mortis une
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l' inconvenience, but it is a calamity -

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t Bella donna. (It.) A pretty wom

f"r.. an.
Grande amoureuse. (F.) Great

'''. SYNOPSIS "Oh?" Vicky said. It was the I the first year. If she has sons, and kissed me and crushed me against lover.

t':: old atmosphere again. keeps the peace with his family, and him." Enoncer une pensee. (F.) To ex-

:'" Victoria Herrendeen. a vivacious little "Or rather, at the Manners mon- forgives him everything, the man is press a thought.
,t: girl had been too young to feel the shock ey, which is very stupid for me," pleased with her. If she gets temperamental Victoria was at the dock, in the Alter ego. (L.) Another self.

[ ;- that deep came lost when his fortune.ner father.A Keith gentle Herren aob- Magda ended the subje. cheerful tries to assent herself, tine soft November fog, to see the Etre mal enonce. (F.) To be

f F::'. trusive soul, he Is now employed as an ly. "Stupid, that's what /t is, for he is annoyed. But he goes his own big ship come in; the Empress of badly worded.
J; obscure chemist In San Francisco at a Ferdy'd never look at anyone like way just the same." Panama' was on time; at exactlyone Faux pas. (F.) False step.
!\\if salary. His ,wife Magda cannot minute before eleven o'clock
May I And now tell me more about Victoria .ooked thoughtful, her
'. adjust herself to the change. She Is a beautiful she drew'up
and all
alongside the
r; woman fond of pleasure and a magnet today-did you say Grace Peacockwas fine dark brows drawn together. excitement of *
ik.(,', for men's attention. Magda and Vic there?" "You oughtn't to stay here." landing began.
Then mother and
., toria have been down at a summer resort "She's Margery King's. mother." "Where," Magda asked simply daughter were
:.. and Keith Joins them for the week-end. in each other's arms and Victoriawas
"I know she is, and I know she "ought we go?
: Magda leaves for a bridge party excusing laughing.
,k, went all over Europe trying to get
!i., herself for being such a "runaway. Later "And how's "
idled ?
The itself Ferdy
,.... that night Victoria Is grief-stricken when she a priest to marry her to Joe ea- summer into au- "
tumn, and Victoria and Magda went "Ferdy- Mrs. Manners' glance
e'1 hears-her parents quarreling. The Herren- cock, and couldn't. h
.{'4 : deens return to their small San Francisco down to the shore again. This time returned from the luggage and fixed
t a.< apartment. Keith does not approve of Mag- "Margery's nice, Vicky said they had the smartest cottage dt itself upon Victoria. "Ferdy is- -
'.: da's mad social life and they quarrel fret slowly. "
( the lodge, ,and the beautiful Mrs. just the same-as ever.
[i.\,' quently.diamond from Magda Fcrdy receives'Manners flowers a wealthy and a "And you're adorable, only you Manners was much admired and "And when does he get here? Or

have those Herrendeen eyes that entertained. Mr. Manners she does he to Paris? You
ri man from Argentina whom she had met explained go were so
f1" less than a week before. Manners ar you must remember to keep ope i," to everyone, with a lash vague!" -

::.. rives a few hours later. Magda shows him' Magda said lovingly. "Did you get of white teeth, was fishing for steelhead "No, here. When the Loughboroughs' -
?:-. a valuable Chinese shawl that has been In yourself some lovely things in Par-
Vic up in the Klamath. Every yacht does, whenever that.is
: the Herrendeen family for many years. "
i"..y is shocked when she learns her mother had is? hostess told Victoria's mother that ," Mrs. Manners said, in the'same
r,; contemplated selling it. Magda tells Man "Some. Not expensive. But I she had a "wonderful man" for her tone of pleasant indifference.Andnow

): ners a dealer had offered her $300 for the got one-yes, J have two or three as a dinner or bridge partner, but is a car here, and did you reserve -
;'i shawl. Magda takes Victoria to Nevada toy love." "
Victoria noticed that. Magda found my rooms? she demanded
visit a woman friend who has a daughter "
i'l. named Catherine. There she tells her she "Have you had it waved, Vic? none of them really wonderful. gayly, as the customs formalities

(..{': Is going to get a divorce. Victoria soon is "My hair? No", that's just brush- In October Ferdy went off on were concluded and she could pick

":.. .. in boarding school with her friend CathI' ing and setting. somebody's yacht for six weeks. He the Pekinese from Victoria's arms

spend erine. two Magda marries In Argentina Manners and they Convent-bred, and with an instinc- seemed a little guilty about it and again and accompany her along the

',' years tive distaste for Ferdy and for Fer- gave Victoria a large check "to pier. "Don't tell me it's going to, DOUBLEFRUITSHORTCAKE

; Continued dy's world, yet she knew that she waste in New York." Later she be freezing like this."

-: CHAPTER'-4- must either meet him halfway with suspected that his twinges of con- "It's been actually hot, until to

(, Victoria somewhat bewildered flattery and flirtatiousness, submit science were because the yachtingtrip day. This is just fog," Victoria ex Mrs.L A.Norwood,Chase City,Va.
: spent 'a -
kisses and embraces concede :ained.
to that he had mentioned in- l'
:...: yet,happy Easter_vacation him confidences and little harmless volving only "a few fellers" actually as Maid, dog, parrot, bags, they got Mix and sift 2 cups flour, 4 tsps.

... there, exploring all the garden paths included the owner's wife, another into a large waiting car at ,the Em- baking powder, # tsp. salt, 1 tbsp.
; and all the big rooms. and the Larcadero, Mrs. Manners talking, sugar together. Cut in K cup Jewel
i--. woman, ubiquitous May.
She came back to California at
; Special-Blend
' Shortening. Add 1
as is the custom of returned travelers
Magda did not know that Vic-
:M another Easter time, eighteen years or ,. of the amusing steward on egg, beaten, and }{ cup milk and
toria believed and
she did
:. old and with her hoped mix
ready to graduate until soft dough is formed.Bake
the boat, the races at Havana, of
; class. Her mother met her in New in hot
: not.They oven (450 F.) in two layers.
and incon-
everything unimportant
i' York and made the transcontinental came back to California in Fill and
they top with 3 cups strawberries -
e.il sequential. They
; rap-
December and
Ferdy came back
trip together. 1 cup'crushed pineapple (or
x idly the hills to the big
"t :' I for Christmas. Little said of up steep
> was
Ten weeks later Victoria's handsome sliced bananas), 1 cup sugar. Top
hotel everything going with the .
the feminine element the ;
:: bags were packed again, and on yachting with whipped cream. Adv.
5' trip and, the three the smoothness of custom; Victoria'smother
'. she went down to the Chalmers spent
had been arriving and departing -
place for the summer. holidays in a splendid suite in the
\t' : Fairmont hotel at the of the in just this manner ever
: The beautiful Chalmers house was up top Messages by Kite
hill with the iron balconies of since her second marriage five
V! open tp summer breezes and filled green
earlier. The Chinese are much given to
( years
: with summer flowers; the Chinese their breakfast room hanging over
Soon Victoria and her mother set- the pastime of kite flying and
butler, discreet in his purple and the fascinating jumble of masts and
;:. blue silks, motioned her upstairs. stacks and long pier roofs on the tled at luncheon beside the fire. some of the constructions are
"Well this is fun!" said Magda marvelous to behold. The Chinese
: Embarcadero.
s' Another Oriental took her bags; Ferdy now said that
. tnen. "And now we can talk. You kites often have two strings and
her mother's maid, who had crossed he thought he must go back to Ro-
;', look so well, Vic, and you're really these enable the operator to make
: the continent with them a few weeks sarios for a few months. He thought'
; before, met her at the top of the Magda would be a great fool to go. hendsome. Really you are! What the kite do some wonderful things.It .

.. stairs.:Vic asked to see her mother. It would be hot traveling; and she have you been doing with yourself, becomes an aerial messenger,
tell me everything you, got my as it is possible to make ,the kite
: Magda was in her magnificent hated the place anywayAn
bedroom, a large airy apartment unusually long period of affec- wires?" form letters and characters by

.' flanked by an enormous oath, by a I1fI tion and placation resulted in Aprilin "You're the one with the news," which messages may be exchanged -

:'. complete dressing room, by an awn- Magda's decision to go with she said smilingly. "Nothing has .

c inged upper balcony. Ferdy to South America. happened here. Miss Butler put me
: Victoria found her mother -Z I on night duty last night-only the
i. stretched on a couch by a window; Victoria told her mother she was I second time, and I'm dead! I had Ij j FOR CUTS
going to stay in California. Well-
she was not reading the magazineshe : breakfast at the hospital at seven,
because Catherine and Mrs. Brock iVIOR@tD rE I
held, and her eyes were absent and had to clean up three bath-
to the lake
were going up again,
and reddened a little from recent and wanted her. Well-and because rooms and stopped on my way SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
tears. At the sight of the girl she downtown to leave my bag here."
she really would like it-like it bet-
began to cry again, and they Victoria Spent a Somewhat Be- ter. She "The hospital!" Magda echoed ,
might down to Ro-
clasped each other closely. wildered Yet Happy Easter come aghast, not hearing the rest. Foe's Anger
later all herself. But-
"My darling, you're home at last! Vacation There. but by "You've been ill!" The anger of an enemy repre-
really she would like it better
If you knew-if you knew how I've Victoria's smile was reassuring.Her sents our faults or admonishes us
wanted you!" Magda sobbed. She intimacies, 01 he would not like her this way, now. color was beginning to come of the duty with more heartinessthan

instantly regained control of herself at all. On the very first evening Magda was gently hurt, puzzled, back now, as she fell with vigor the kindness of a friend.-

'. and smiled with trembling lips, Magda told him good-naturedly that Ferdy smiled, but Vicky knew that upon a three-inch steak, and there Taylor. "

straightening the collar of Victoria'sblouse he must stop carrying on with her he was furious. She held her was revived light in her eyes.

as the girl knelt beside her. daughter.The ground, good-natured and affectionAte "I'm in with Catherine," she ex-

"Was it all wonderful?" she said. idle days began to go by. but not to be moved. In the plained. "Student nurses." ICons(t parled

"It was perfect. And at the end Victoria wondered what she was to end they left without her, and Vicky Mrs. Manners sat back anc regarded -

we all cried because ws weren'tall do with the endless line of them that and Catherine went up to the lake.A I her with puzzled eyes. 30 WealPS

going to be back in September!" stretched ahead. For a week she week later, when she and Cath- "Mummy, you're suchfunit's "For

Victoria laughed. "But, Mother enjoyed the new life lazily; then erine were sitting down on the lake such fun to be talking to you again, constipation.thirty Sometimes years I had I did stubborn not,go

dearest, you're not well?" quite suddenly the whole thing began shore one day Victoria told her and it's the best feed I ever tasted! for four or five days. I also had awful

"I've been feeling-wietchedly. to pall.Magda the reason: But darling," Victoria pleaded, "I the gas back.bloating Adlerika, headaches helped and right pains away.in _

Something," Mrs. Manners said had her own beautiful "Catherine, cross your heart and had to do something. I couldn't Now I eat sausage, bananas, pie, any-
thing I want and felt better. I
hesitantly"something rather hor- suite of rooms; Ferdy had his. They hope to die if you ever tell anyone just take a room 'somewhere and sleep soundly all night and enjoy life."
rid happened last night, md Ferdywas Lived entirely separated lives; some- this!" wait for you. You were with Ferdy -Mrs. Mabel Schott.If .

arrested." Her eyes filled times they saw each other duringthe "I do," said Catherine solemnly, 'way down in South America, andI sleeplessness you are suffering sour stomach from constipation, and gas,

again, she straightened the collar course of the day, and' some- suiting the action to the word. was absolutely on the loose." bloating, there is quick relief for you
again. "It was all rather horrid, times not. Quite often they dinedat in Adlerika Many report action In
"It was he, Victoria said. "But you were with Anna and thirty minutes after taking just one
and'it'll all be forgotten this time the same house, but the dinners "Who? Your stepfather?" Catherine." dose. Adlerika gives complete action,
next week," she said cheerfully. were large, and Ferdy went to them cleaning your bowel tract where ordi
"My stepfather nothing! Vicky "Aunt Anna most .
got a, flatteringoffer nary laxatives do not even reach.Dr.
"So let's not talk about it"
before Magda did, explaining perhaps echoed, repudiating the relationship. from a school in Cleveland.We H. L. Shoub, New York report,
"Arrested" Victoria echoed "In addition to intestinal cleansing,Adlerika
to a servant that he was meet-
"He Catherine, if you ever tell couldn't go with her, and Kittsywas check the growth of intestinal bacteria and
aghast. "Why-what happened? ing some friend first at the club for cplun bacilli."
anyone this I'll never speak to going to be a nurse. So I
you Give bowels real
"There a
was an accident. I don'tknow preliminary cocktails, and Magda your
again!-he followed me into the sit- went along to the hospital with Adlerika and see how good you
just what happened, Magda always went late, in great state, in ting feel. Just one spoonful relieves GAS
said, her eyes watering. "It was her beautiful car with her own driver. room one night-we'd all just her. and stubborn constipation. At all
come home from a m.Vie-and (TO BE CONTINUED) Leading Druggists.
all horrible He had been
sp drink- So that even then they had no

ing, of course, and he was driving moment together.
May Finee home-they were both I WNU-7 22-37
True White Light Is Produced From
in the car asleep, right near where CHAPTER HI
the smash was.' Neglected Ideas .
Lamp Rare Metal SamariumElectric
Some ideas which have more
"Who were? Her mother was not happy. Gal-
"If it had been anyone but May" lant and smiling, keeping brave than once offered themselves to

Magda sighed. "However, they say front to the world..Magdas soul was lamps said to producetrue which give a peculiar bluish light. the senses have yet been little

the poor fellow'll get well, and trying to feed itself on husks. What white light like sunlight, instead I On the inside surface of this mer- I taken notice of.-Locke.

Ferdy can stand the damages. He she told Victoria of the last few of light tinted with yellow, cury tube Claude first spreads a

was all smashed up, the man they years was a story of disillusionmentand blue or other colors, have been layer of the chemical called cal-

ran into, and it's a miracle they loneliness, in a setting of lux- demonstrated to the French Acad- cium tungstate, now used in the for WOMEN onlyCARDUI

weren't all killed. But if he'd been ury, travel, extravagance. emy of Science by George S. fluorescent screens that make visi-

with anyone but May!" Biarritz had been dull, London Claude, already known as the inventor ble the X-ray shadows. This cal- is a special medicine for .

"Who's she?" dull, Paris dreadful, Rosarios downin of neon lamps and of one cium tungstate shines under influ- the relief of some of the suffering .e

"Oh, she's a cheap little idiot 1 Buenos Aires, where Ferdy's process for making liquid air, reports ence of rays emitted from the elec- which results from a woman's weak-

used to know years 'ago-May Spanish mother and Spanish sisters the Baltimore Sun. trified mercury, but the light ened condition. It has been foundto dIsagreeable
make monthly periods less -
Smith; she married Tony Feeneyand lived, had been insufferable. According to Claude, the inventionis emitted still is not white. It is blue- and, when its use has been

divorced him and snent a few "Perhaps I oughtn't to tell you the result of teamwork betweenthe ish green. Here enters the discoveryof kept up awhile, has helped many

weeks in Paris' so now she's 'Ma- this, Vicky. But the beginning of physicist Andre Claude and a Servigne, which is to mix with poorly nourished women to get more

dame Finee, and she can hardly it all going wrong was of course young chemist Marcel Servigne, pu- the calcium tungstate a tiny quan- strength from their food. This medi-

remember an English word""And that there were always other wom- pil of the distinguished French tity of the rare element samarium. cine (pronounced) "Card-u-i") has

does Ferdy tike her?" en. His wife was only -o wear the chemist, Dr. Georges Urbain. The This samarium produces a red been used and recommended by

Magda looked at her daughter jewels and be introduced to all the new white lamp begins with a glass light, thus balancing the excess of women for many many years. Find

ruminatively, answered mildly. business friends, big German and tube containing vapor of mercury, green and making the total light out whether It will help :you by

"Rather. And of course she's Spanish cattle men, scores of like the familiar mercury lamps emitted much like ordinary sun- giving It a fair trial. Of course, If

making passes at Ferdy." them! The wife is a figurehead after used in photographic studios and light. not benefited, consult a physician.


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The use of your leisure is a card Oregon, United Press correspondent. I
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W. D. McGinnis, superintendentof >.x .I YOU NEED
Most of the heroes who get no a sawmill there, has started testsat MX yy'J ...;.
(!publicity don't want it. a sub zero temperature to remove <
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Moral support can do as much as which occurs frequently I J < ; .t' jU
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'has leaves rich in prussic acid. drying Moisture by heat contertt, he of believes.green lumber 1t 1 '; \ NE'WS : JJ

of the fakes nowadays are ) '
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content between' 16 and 18 ,
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,museums. in China. The customary methodof :f::: :!:::

Is there any possible_ way to feel waste applying into the paint paint is bucket to dip and rags rub or items of interest, write them, put them in type and print :::;:

that homelike feeling at a winter or the paint on the surface. Scaffolds :1i!::;: them and deliver them to you. We 'try also to EXPLAIN :!:i
constructed of bamboo poles bound
resort? together are used for painting all :: the news, to point out the meaning of occurrences and to ::::

keeping Life's hardest ups and downs and keep are buildings ative colors up to are 20 not stories.very Conserv-popular, i iI ::Y!: give you our opinion on them, leaving it to you to decide :;::!: I
up appearances
,ing down expenses.As I the most brilliant'hues being always I :y.:*:* who and what is right. It takes WORK. do this, and :::;:

: in demand. :::;: the work ought to be paid for; therefore we ask for your :!:::
you start upward in your ca- .. .
,reer you get slaps on the back; at Band Plays in Cemetery i iI; ; CASH subscriptions.In .:.+
the top, you get none. Budapest police were summonedto :
a cemetery when a band began : ......
Men still stick to the robust, pep- to play at midnight and founda
::;: the schools and churches there
py,. somewhat smelly foods, and crowd of gypsies holding a are things you want : :
can't be led away after strange sal- mourning: ceremonial beside the I I:::: to know about;; things happen the town halls that are ':!::y i:

ads. tomb of a.gypsy girl, Esther Batho, :: : YOUR and that should know about likewise :!:::
a great beauty who died 70 years ; ; concern you ; ...

achieve Early a friends career can of also those make.who a .ago. II:j::=;: in, the county court house. The government officials have :;:II:i:

good estimate of whether it was Prize Cup Weighs 63 PoundsSo *:*y announcements for you that can best get to you through :!::::
worth it. heavy was the donated for :1:::
cup i ; the newspaper. :!::::
the competition of at"
expert anglers
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If your cook buys extravagantly, that .:...
Birmingham, England, the win- 1
knowing your money foots the bill, ner had to take it away in a truck. J. 0 I
you know why men are called public The Olphawaterhouse trophy, reputed *;*:;* We ask CO-OPERATION-WE WANT TO GIVE ::::.

servants.In prize in to the be 'world the heaviest, weighs sporting a little *:*! 'IT-WE WANT TO RECEIVE IT. We offer it, and shall **

Napoleon's day, the army more than 63 pounds. :i::;:; be happy to receive it. :;::i:
brought the "reparations" back -
with them and there was no dispute ll::
World's Largest Ear \l' 'i'
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about them. .... : "
An ear of corn which measured : "'- :''' -6 e 0 e." I) I) (8 :'Si {f .:..:.
14'h inches long, 8% inches in circumference I :. :
When one goes back to the old : : ;
and displayed 1,188 : :
home town, the miracle is what II kernels, has been claimed the i } yv: ; !
good looking young men all the world's largest ear of corn by a
homely boys have become. farmer near Belle Plaine, Iowa. .
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