The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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, CLEWISTON DOES Homestead Tax Amendment Will St. Petersburg Leads State With BELIEVE PRISON

I I Be Voted on in General Election Largest Number Wealthy CitizensST.


TALLAHASSEE, July 12:-(FNS)-The Supreme PETERSBURG, July 12.FNSAccordingto

FLORIDA EXHIBITA Court of Florida reversed the injunction of the Leon Boyd's list of individual, Americans as classified by INCENDIARY
County Circuit Court, which would restrain publicationof wealth, St. Petersburg has the greatest number of

the proposed homestead tax exemption amendmentto citizens, in proportion to population, of any city in the

total of $41.50 has been donated the constitution and thereby prevent its appearanceon state, whose personal fortunes are $100,00 or more. belief that the fire which

by Citizens of Clewiston toward the the general election ballot in November. The Supreme The survey shows that there are 319 persons in Miami, caused $20,000 worth of damage to

goal of $30,000 which the World's Court held there was not sufficient showing of which is known 'as a city of wealth, who are in the the prison farm at Belle

Fair Commission is attempting to unconstitutionality in the act to withhold it from the $100,000 class. In Tampa there are, 283, in_ St. Petersburg Glade, may
raise subscription so that the ; have been of incendiary origin was
by voters of the state in
the forthcoming election. 182 and in Jacksonville there are 178.
Florida Exhibit; which has been said expressed this week by Supt/ A. R.
a constitutional amend-| rIn the number of individuals worth .
to more attention than
any; ment is not wholly void on its face," $50,000 to $100,000 Miami came Richardson.
other exhibit may be continued until
the court held, "it should go to the first with 909 names. Tampa and Governor Sholtz is offering $50 reward
the close of the Fair in Chicago.In .
people for consideration, and Injunc- Jacksonville tied for second placein for the arrest ,and conviction
response to the appeal of Governor -
tions against-submitting it should not this group, each having 687, and of persons who set fire to the build-
Sholtz and the World's Fair
be granted. Later procedure can determine TOUR ( St. Petersburg 404. ings in the Belle Glade prison om
Commission, quoted below, we the
what part, if any, of such an Miami also leads in the number of June 30th.
Citizens of Clewiston, Florida, here-
amendment unconstitutional. If the persons worth from $5,000 to $50- Richardson was influenced in his
subscribe the amount set
opposite amendment is adopted and it be A. H. King, local Boy Scout mas- 000 including the average_ WE>lltodocitizens belief because of the rapidity with
share of
our signature as our duly shown that its operation would ter, and H. O. Knight, Scout Execu- with 5,326 in this class. which the fire spread after it was
State-wide subscription $30,000 to violate the Federal Constitution, appropriate tive, left last Friday with 32 Boy There are 3,392 under this classification discovered. It might, however, have
insure the Florida Exhibit remainingopen
remedies to 'prevent its Scouts for a two month's trip to in Jacksonville, 2,285 in Tam- been, caused by defective wiring, he
for the duration of the World'sFair
i operation may be obtained," the decision Yellowstone Park, California, Colo- pa and 1,635::: 'were listed in the city said
1 at Chicago: held.Clewiston. rado, the Grand Canyon: and other of St. Petersburg., The superintendent estimated the

I Jlf{; t Jacksonville, July 1, 1934.. interesting points in the Rocky I' loss 'in the fire as approximately $20,-

{ To the Mayor, Diamond Mountains and Pacific coast as well Pahokee Outfit Loses 000. A great deal of the mechanical
Clewiston_, Florida, as seeing the Century of Progress Exposition equipment housed in the building

Under separate cover mailed you Bailers Beat PahokeeThe I in Chicago.The DoubleHeader Here destroyed by the fire can be salvaged
I Saturday at request of Governor Boy Scouts are traveling in I and repaired at a moderatecost
", Sholtz complete plans for your city's a big yellow and black bus showinga he said. This will reduce con-

participation in the state wide Clewiston Diamond ball team map of Florida and several attrac I The Pahokee Diamond ball team siderably the previous estimate of

campaign to raise $30,000 to insure did itself proud by going to Pahokee tive scene from Lee County on the played a double header in Clew- $40,000 loss.

Florida's Exhibit remaining open last Sunday! afternoon and defeatingthem outside of the body of the bus. A iston Wednesday night and lost both The state cabinet has sent lettersof

for duration of World's Fair. Noti-, by a score of 1-0, in one of the small but convenient kitchen is fixed games. appreciation to, the 'volunteer fire
that booklet has ,in the of the bus I of Belle Glade and Pa-
fy me immediately most sensational diamond ball games up rear and the The first game was with the Levee departments

been received and plans are being ever played in this section. It :wasa boys have a delightful trip ahead of crew and the second game was with hokee which assisted the prison

carried out. If for any reason book- pitcher's battle between Campbell them, which will cover a total of !I the picked team composed of the forces in battling- the blaze. The

let failed to arrive wire me and I and :Roll' both -pitchers pitching a 1 over 4,000 miles and will be a real best,players in Clewiston. The Leveecrew : board_ also voted to pay $150 each to

will forward another poste haste. no-hit game, which is regarded as education in itself. I won the first game by the score the two departments to ,cover ex-

Don't overlook possibility getting a record. I of 4-3 and the: picked team won the penses.

substantial subscription from' your The only score of the game came Clewiston Drug Co. To : second game '11-3. RAGING COMMISSION GRANTS
City Treasury is same has not been in the tenth inning when the Pa- Howard Campbell pitched both TWO DOG TRACK PERMITS

made. Want to impress you and every hokee team made an error and walked Give PrizesThe games for the Clewiston teams. ,
; other mayor In State that FloridaWorld's a man. Besides the remarkablework Away first
The game was closely played
July ( )
Fair ,Exhibit is best piece of both pitchers the only out-- and the game was in doubt until the commission .
-The State Racing re-
Florida advertising ever done. It is standing feature was the remarkable : Clewiston Drug Company is last man had been retired. The sec- ceived applications for permits to
absolutely up to you and your citi- catch made by Swindle in the ond
giving away with, each 25c purchasean game was just a batting practicefor operate, greyhound racing tracks in
zens whether we continue it after sixth inning when he ran back, and I anniversary coupon entitling the the Clewiston team, hitting the the state at a hearing conducted lr' t
. < Augustl. This Commission has gone made an almost impossible catch ball all the lot. Hawkins and
I holder to participate in weekly draw-: over week. Applications for nine permitswere
f as far as we can without volunteer making it possible for Campbell to j, ings for the, following prizes: first I Cato hit the ball for home runs. Art considered. :-
help and every one of your citizens turn in his no-hit game. will Lawrence's cheering on the sidelines!
I, prize be $5 in'caJI'b, the sec The Jacksonville. Kennel club and'the
Exhibit ,and ,
profits enough from this '
The scorer- ond prize will be $2'.5'arid rth third was the only feature of the game. Broward County kennel club
Florida advertising that he should RHE
prize will be one week's pass to the were granted state permits for op
make whatever sacrifice, of time and
Clewiston 101
Dixie Crystal Theatre.On I
to aid reach Negroes ApprehendedWith
money necessary you Pahokee 001
August 26, celebrating their
Application was denied the Dad
; your quota. Kindest personal regards. Batteries: Clewiston, Campbelland first anniversary in business in'Clew-.I Stolen Goods County Kennel club on' an opinion by
I i1. Freedlund, Pahokee, Polk and
I iston, there will be two prizes of Attorney General Landis that the
;. Florida World's Fair Com. Sapp.
$50 each corporation was; not qualified to
Donations were as follows: At the Christmas drawing first William Wilson, Leroy Wilson and make application under the stale
F. D. Duff $1.50. Fire Hydrants Being prize will be $200, second prize will
Vera Wilson, colored, were appre- racing act. The application was attacked -
Donations of $1.00: A. L. Hack- be .$100, third prize will _be $50 and hended in Ashburn, Ga. in possession by S. P. Robineau, counselfor

ett, E. B. Butler, Frances Small, Placed by the CityFire fourth and fifth prizes will te $25 of numerous:: articles i belonging the Flagler Kennel club, who

Thomas B. Shelley, E. P. Shelley, W. each. to the Clewiston! Inn, including pil- contended the Dade County Kennel

C. Owen, Jay Moran, R. Y. Patterson, The drawings are held every Sat- low case?, sheets and sjlver. E. B. club was not a non-profit corporationas
S. Crochet, M. E. VonMach, R. C. hydrants are being'placed' at urday evening at 9 o'clock and win- Butler wired the sheriff at Ashburnand it claimed but proposed to run

Wilson; A. O. Ward, B. Y. Schroeder intervals along the streets of the ning, numbers must be in attendance. the negroes were searched and dog races under the camouflage of

M. 'E. Yenawine, J. J. Harrington residential section this week by the This contest does not apply to the the stolen property retrieved. They charity to avoid taxation. Applicationof

W.: C. Prewitt, H. C. Kolstad city. The hydrants are being placed seed department.The were released. the Sanford-Orlando Kennel club '

J. M. Harris, Sugarland Cafe, R. L. near homes that are out of reach of Clewiston Drug Company has -------- was also denied by the commissionon
Coker, Jr., G. E. Baker, ,G. E. Eth- the canal. This will,, insure waterto recently purchased aloud speaker] the grounds that a former permit i

erton, Fred Whidden, J. G. Buis, M. all sections of the residential from New York and is expected to THHI E-QUAnTEnS MILLION had been revoked. '

W. Bigg, Arthur Scott, Clewiston Inn, section. be here for use Saturday night. ADDED TO STATE'S REVENUE : Applications for the Tampa Grey-

J. E. Beardsley, Watanabe Hotel, I hound club, PineKas County. Kennel
J. A. McGehee, H. J. Oglesby, Mar-' TALLAHASSEE, July 12, (FNS) club, West Coat: AA corporation wand

ion F. Leydig, Clewiston Beer Par-Bumper Tourist for -Approximately $795,603 is the I Cedar Hills Kennel: club are heldin
lor, E. II. Latham. Crop state of Florida's first reward from abeyance. '
J. M. Leo's drive to increase estate
Donation of 50c: Lawson Jones, I Last season seven dog tracks wereoperated R
Art Lawrence, Elbert L. Stewart, C. State This Year Predicted i taxes on huge estates ,under provisions in the state. The two new
of the Estate Tax law which '
H. Berner, Parker T. Wilson, E. E. iJ permits just issued bring the total "

Kelly, J..G. Niblack; C. E. Miner, Dr. 'I says all gifts or transfers made priorto number, expected to operate during'
O. F. Schiffli, Clewiston Supply Co. 0 death if made "in contemplation of I the 1934-35 season, to nine. ,, s
I I It was interesting to note the Im- death" are taxable under the estate ,
pression our exhibit was making on law just the same as bequests made MRS. p U< W'TT HOSTESSMrs.
CHICAGO, July 12.FNS those thousands of folks ,:who con- by will.

Engineers Lost to Lake Florida's next tourist crop will be a stantly streamed through Florida Check for approximately half payment W. C. Prewitt was hostess at

t. record breaker. It will mature earlier Hall. I stood by the information desk on this amount has been received a delightful bridge party Friday aft-

Worth Sunday 6 to 3 and last' longer than ever before, a and listened to their questions. I from the executor of Edward ernoon at the Clcwiston Inn.

i bumper harvest of winter visitors anda followed them about and caught their-Goodrich Acheson, St. Petersburg an'1 Mrs. C. L. Downs received prize

cash return of millions that will expressions as they stopped to view Pittsburgh, who first claimed the estate : for high score, Mrs. E. L. Stewart

The U. S. Engineers were defeatedby I benefit every man, women and childin this or that feature. I personally talk- liable for only $28,303. Thir held second high, 1\Irs. J. E. Beards-
the score of 6-3 by the Lake the state. to amazed payment was for $350,000and :::
ed many and was to find partial ley won third high, Mrs. B. E. Her
Worth team when they played there How do I know? Well, I have that the majority of them re soldon the balance of $445,603 is to be ring cut for prize and Mrs. C., W:

Sunday. just been out looking over the field I Florida up to the hilt. They are paid within 15 days of the notice of MacDonald received the consolation. .
At the close of the nine innings the where the crop is under cultivationand not just interested in this state as demand from the Collector of Internal Guests were :Mesdames Downs,

Engineers had three runs, four hits if I'm any judge it is going to a winter resort. At least half of the Revenue, which will be rushed by Beardsley, -Slew \l t, lIen ing Mac-

and six errors to Lake Worth's six prove the greatest ever produced.In people I spoke with were eager for Collector Ed Larson. Donald, M. E. VonMach, F. Deane ,

' runs, six hits and three errors.The company with a group of Flor- information as to cost of homes and The millionaire died in July '1931! Duff, H.- A. Bestor, B. A. Bourne, R.,

., lineup: ida newspaper men, it was my privi- farms. They are seeking business op- leaving a will distributing propertywhich Y. Patterson, G. C. Poole, F. I. Hill,
.', I ....I Engineers: L. Worth lege to visit the Florida exhibit at portunities and chances for invest- the former Comptroller appraised H. R. Hall, W. C. Owen, F. M.

B. Nail, cf McTavish, ss A Century of Progress, where they've ment. at $1,127,077 on which the Wright, B. Thomas, M. E. Yeuawinc, ,

;";- Yeoman, 'lb, Janne, 2b plowed the field and- sown the seed Many assured me that thewfll be estate paid $28,303 in tax In 'JulJ M. P. Peterson, T. B. Shelley]) J. W. ,

Pape, 3b "'- E. Brodbeck, c for our next tourist crop.I in Florida this winter: and several 1932. Ezelle, H. T. Vaughn, W. P. Vaughn
Cruze, ss Fritz H'Va'lker will not try to describe the Florida More than ,a year ago-after Comptroller Jr. W P. Vaughn, C. E. Miner, A. a '
. If Norman, cf I exhibit to you in detail. Others were planning to tour, the state this Lee arsumcd office-invest! O."ward, C. R. Byrd E. P. Miles, F. .

Rutland', 2b Wright, 3b have done that. However, I do want summer, believing they may purchase gation developed that in 1928' A. MacKenzie, W. C. Hooker;;: William-

Hawkins, rf Dennis, rf to tell you about the results that I something here more- favorably at more ,than two years prior to hh.. Lockhart, Miss Louise Rcnfroc, Mns:

,:':- Hendry, <5 Alexander, lb I are, being accomplished by that exhibit this season of the year than later' in death-the deceased had established I Grace Cahill Mrs. Mary McCronc and
P. Wilson, pEngineers Borons, p. in reaching thousands of prospective trust funds totaling more than' Miss Dorothy Lockhart. For tea, '
the fall. Among the visitors
I j'::. : Compton substitute for tourists, homeseekers and investors $7,000,000 for his children and rela guests were Mrs. G. R. Small, Miss
I'= Hawkins, rf, in ninth inning. 'and selling them on Floridaas many who were down here last win- tives., Attorneys for the estate claimed Mary Kline, Mrs N. W. Bigg, Mrs.E. .

Lake Worth: Pirkle, rf, substitutefor the ideal location' for a home, an ter for the first time and all stated that since this was done more T. Hill, Mrs. Berard, Mrs. n. H.

Dennis in sixth inning.Mr. investment or a visit. they would be back next winter., than two years before death and for Collins, Miss Wilma Douglas, Mrs,
The Florida exhibit is by far the Without doubt the Florida exhibitIs other reasonsit had not been done 1 Ivan VanHorn and Mrs. W. B. Furfiess. -

and Mrs. R. M. Hare and best in the Hall of States. 1t enjoysthe proving the greatest advertising "In contemplation, of death," and I I ,
v 1j Dorothy and Leroy, left Saturday for choicest location, is more ar- investment this state ever made. It therefore was not taxable. ----- --
1 _--- > Miami. Mr. Hare and Leroy returned tistically and attractively arrangedand is directly reaching thousands of Comptroller Loe and federal of-I Miss Louise Waldron. Miss Betty'

to Clewiston Sunday.. Mrs. Hare in consequence receives three folks who could be reached in no ficials refused to exempt the Spicer, Miss Roberta George I and

and Dorothy will spend two weeks times as many visitors as any other other way and It is. bringing them to 000 in gifts contending that$7OOO'-J Mrs. R. George left Monday for Fort

at the George Washington hotel. state exhibit. Florida. (Continued on Page 5) Myers, They plan to return Friday.y ,


News Review of Current ical"prophets dIehards of,"calamity"and by Implication and "theoret defended Howe. About::. : '

the brain trust He highly PouitrUSE /
praised the departing congress for Its

work in the lines of relief for the .\
the World Over Poverty: .
tressed, recovery and "reform and dlS-1

construction." A Sordid Tale S ::1 ..

Mr. Roosevelt told his listeners tho
simplest way they could judge recovery .
was to consider their own situa- TO GROW ,BROILERS Boll Syndicate.-WTfU service.. ., .:.
President Cleans Desk for Hawaii Cruise-Drouth Relief I tions. -__ rttt ti. ', ", ,'.',".,'.

for Middle West-Federal "Are you better off than you were By ED HOWE

Funds' Allocated last 'ear7" he asked. "Are your debts Weight Is Added Faster and EVERY little while 1 .encounter" the*! '. .

for Arrest. less burdensome? Is your bank account '' '.
Reward Dillinger's Meat Is Better. statement In American print that" ':1.
more secure? Are your work-
; 73 per cent of citizens! diet as paupers; '
Ing conditions better? Is your faith !In ;
S. s In If not In the poor house, then as' help-';;
: Individual future more firm By R. E. Cray Extension Specialist :
By EDWARD .W. PICKARD your own Poultry Husbandry. Ohio State .University. less burdens on grumbling relatives *\0
ly grounded? -WNU
by Western. Newspaper Union. It Is a disgraceful charge to makeIn
A use for some of the surplus milk
.a country good this How ,:
as as "
back clared they would seek to have Judge COMETIIING like a hundred thou- on the farm Is seen In the practice of
PRESIDENT near true ,is it? And how much or.
New Haven, Barnes ruling set' aside. Jerome sand Americans and Canadians milk-fattening broilers. This practicemay
I his brief! trip to the blame attaches to the unhappy
New London and his home In Hyde Frank, general counsel for the AAA. gathered In'Detroit for the good will lead to four possible gains 73 "'
per cent? .
week clearing ups' admitted that If the decision were upheld celebration which was held on the Milk-fattened broilers arid weight .
Park, put In a busy The other day I attended the funeral
his desk for his de by higher courts, the fifty mar Ambassador bridge under the aus- faster than do cockerels on range. '
of a man I had known somie'ars...
parture on the Ions keting agreements now in force undei pices of the American Legion and Their meat is of better quality, and I I '
For six months he had been a'charity
planned cruise through the farm act and hundreds of the the Canadian Legion. The bridge, in some markets the broilers will com-
patient at institution and
the Panama canal to codes'under the NRA would be with which links Canada and the United mand1 better price because of it Cy a public ( a '
very unpopular one, as he had afiugljr
the West coast and out constitutional sanction. States across ;the Detroit river, was hastening the maturity of the cockerelsfor
temper). For 30 years he had a
Hawaii. All those turned Into a huge playground and broilers the poultryman can separate -
salary below $40 week and
never a ,
who have had occasion LJARRIMAN hosiery mills, the con- 'customs and Immigration barriers were them from the pullets sooner,
during the last .* cern that was deprived of Its lifted*for the : which will'result In better laying stock. light and pleasant work, yet was '
days never week ahead of the hounds.
generation to call at Blue Eagle last April, has been forced Fattening' cockerels in feeding' bat- a '
Within of his death he took
w the White House are to close down, and its 653 workers are up hope for n disarmament teries leads to best results, and very a year

& glad to learn that Rudolph out of Jobs. The little city of Harri- GIVING at Geneva, the British government fine results may be secured by pen-fat- a long trip on borrowed money, in an
automobile the took after
y '' Yb Forster was man. In Tennessee, depended largelyon has under way extensive tening If the pens are darkened be- mortgage

"u selected by the PreslKuaoipn the mills and the company had the plans for strengthening' air force tween feedings so that the birds exercIse the funeral. Mortgages also emptiedhis
house of all the furniture worth
dent to make the voy- support of practically all the people for defense of the country. This was less than they do normally.A .
F ors er there in Its dispute with the NRA. Lord Lon- anything. I have known him to give"parties"
age with him. Since announced to parliament by good fattening ration may be madeof
the days of McKInley this able and The officials of the company sent to ; donderry, secretary for air. He turned three pounds of yellow corn meal on money he should and'mlgh't -

courteous gentleman, now expcutlve; Administrator Johnson-and to PresI- down a suggestion for an Imperial air and one pound of wheat flour mid- have saved to pay his funeral. ....... -.
House dent Roosevelt vigorous protest, force for the defense of the empire, expenses. :, .
clerk In charge of the White dlings, mixed with liquid milk to the his. -
He his music
jazzed job
executive offices, has been on duty and asserting the concern had been unjustly but said there would be close co-oper- consistency of a batter that pours ?
life. He have owned a shop;! of
never before has he accompanied any and unfairly deprived of its ation with the air forces of the do readily from a bucket '
President ForsterIs property rights in the Blue Eagle. minions. his own 30 years ago, but was always .,
on a trip. Now Mr. If liquid milk is not available, semi- reductloa
going to have a real vacation, and "We would like to know," saidthe solid buttermilk may be used In place expecting a "raise" when a '

Secretaries Howe,' McIntyre and Earle letter, "if the Blue Eagle Is the prop\, WITH congress adjourned and the of the sklmmilk at the rate of l1// was steadily more probable., "

will remain behind to take care of the crty of the law-abiding citizens of the preparing for his pounds to each gallon of water. It Is not an unusual case; the dls- -

White House. There will be no other United States or If it Is a playthingto Hawaii cruise, Miss Margaret Le Very little feed should be given the turbing figures quoted' may not be:too. S "

civil officials aboard the cruiser Houston. be held over the heads of honor- Hand, confidential secretary to Mr. I birds the first day'a fattening ration Is high. .

able and decent employers as a cudgelto Roosevelt, decided to put before them. Let the birds get

On the way'' down to the canal Mr. browbeat and bulldoze them into take a vacation, so hungry. Give them as much feed as I know an old fellow who, disposed .
to do his to the unemployed the -
Roosevelt will visit Puerto Rico and surrendering their constitutional rights she sailed for Europe. they can clean up in five minutes the duty

the Virgin Islands. From Panama for the benefit of outside agitators Now comes from Paris morning of the 'second day, and In the past winter, hired an automobile
driver he did not need, because the fellow -
City he will go to the Hawaiian Islands, whose only purpose Is to exploit labor 4 : ,,:f s the positive statementthat evening, as' much ,as they will eat In
had wife and two children.
Colombia. for their own personal gain. '. a "
fast making a brief stop in ; Miss Le Hand is ten minutes.
General Johnson's In ef- h zY In one night the man stole a car,
Returning to the Pacific coast early in reply was to be married to William Not until the third day should the
fect that the company could help up a filling station, and marrieda
August Mr. Roosevelt will travel over- stay C. Bullitt, Amer- chickens be given full feedings as
closed forever If it wished to but it street walker and is now in jail at
land by rail and there Is a possibility .Xu ican ambassador to much as they will eat In 10 to 15 min
; he will make some speeches, must comply with the NRA regula- Russia, and that she utes and night Noth- the expense of overburdened tax
morning, noon,
probably in Minneapolis and Green tions to get back Its Blue Eagle. was making the final ing to drink should be given the payers. Before the state Is through

of The dispute started last October, with him-trial, rehearing, deputies to .
Bay, WIs., where the tercentenary iG arrangements In the
..., ,. chickens. As much liquid as they '
V.-.7 "' <<
the Badger state will be celebrated. when about 300 employees went on French capital. The mash. take him to prison, 'officers to guard
need Is contained In the wet
strike with the claim that the com- Margaret young ]lady would say and feed him, chaplains to pray for ,

IMMEDIATE 'relief for the drouth pany would not reinstate twenty-three" Le Hand nothing in confirmation him-his cost to the public will be

stricken areas In the Middle West workers who had joined the United or denial except to declare that Early Care of Goslings several thousand dollars more. -
Workers' Textile union. It Is a sordid tale, but true. What
was decreed by the President In an she was not going to Russia, but tbe
executive order which allocated $5G- Fred Held, vice president of the correspondents were sure the plans Cited by an AuthorityGoslings was in that man's brain cJtvIty Did '..

250,000 for direct aid. The remain- American Federation of Hosiery were well advanced"for what it had do not need feed until they his parents spoil him," or was it the

der of the first distribution of federal Workers, went to Harriman after the been hoped would be 'a secret wed- are from thirty-six to forty-eight hours help howling in publications and con-

relief for the drouth area Included mills 'closed but was taken from the ding. It was understood that Corne- old, when they should be 'fed stale ventions, and everybody saying that-

$43,750,000 for purchase of seed, food train by' a band of armed 'men, taken lius Vanderbilt, Jr., a close friend of bread soaked in milk, or a mash made civilizatIon is a.failure?

trod live stock; $25,000,000 for seed some distance In an automobile and the President, would act as best man of four parts corn meal and one part .....

and feed loans, $12,500,000 for purchase released on promise not to return. for Mr. .Bullitt Mr. Vanderbilt Is In. middlings, says an authority In the I know a stout young man' with excellent -

of lands in the drouth regions, the Riviera, and Miss Le Hand "also Missouri Farmer. Green grass should natural intellectual equipmentwho

and $12,500,000 for establishment of pOSTMASTER GENERAL FARLEY was booked to go there before return- make up most of their feed and onlya for 20 years has been a con- -

civilian conservation camps in the of the Treasury Mor- Ing to'America late In July. limited amount of grain should be temptible scoundrel in all his relations

stricken region.FINAL genthau came forward with an ,an- Ambassador Bullitt Is" a widowerand fed. Plenty of fresh, clean drinking with his mother.He .

nouncement of their plans for the has a young daughter who Is now water should be supplied. After two reduced her to poverty, and she

spending of $110,000,000 In the con- with him In Moscow. weeks, if the goslings have' plenty of went to work, but he refused to ; he
settlement of the questions
between the steel mas- struction of new post offices and fed- grass they will not need ,any other lives off, her work and is mean to her. "

eral buildings. A note to Secretary of State, Hull, feed. In case extra feed Is needed a He is a disreputable loafer, yet the
tics and their workers is expected andthe IN
In all, G2G communities in every the British government rejects his suitable mash can be made of two women say there Is nothing vicious
will be
threatened strike probably
state and four territories have been suggestion that the war debt might"be parts shorts, one part of corn meal or about the boy" and rather like him.
averted. The President, Invoking his
named selected for new federal buildings, paid In kind, holding that such a ground oats. After six weeks old, They even severely criticize his

new emergency board to powers arbitrate, the, in-athreeman according to the announcement. Half procedure'would be Impractical and If extra feed Is still needed the mash I mother for "spoiling" him, although

dustry's troubles, and both sides Indicated of the program-302 buildings-will be dangerous to Anglo-American trade.. should be changed to equal parts she has done nothing except love him,

they would accept Its deci- undertaken with $65,000,000 authorizedfor The British expressed a wish for set- shorts, corn meal, and ground oats and coax him with tears In her eyes

sions. The members of the board are that purpose in the recently en- tlement of the debts problem "when with 5 per cent meat scrap. Where to behave himself.
acted deficiency-emergency appropriation ever it that the present most *
Admiral Henry A., Wiley, James Mul- may appear pasture Is good, goslings are
lenbach of Chicago and Judge Walter bill. It was explained that 324 abnormal conditions have' so far raised from the time they are two or A certain great scientist, whose spe-

Stacy of the North Carolina Supreme buildings will be constructed with passed as to offer favorable prospectsfor three weeks old to fattening time with- cial branch is mankind, said in a recent .

court. The two latter' have, had long "funds already" available from other a settlement. out additional feed. Whole' grain writing that he liked to study his

experience as labor mediators. Under sources. should not be fed until] the goslings are own body ; he even found- toothache

the emergency law this group can order NAZI storm troops In Germany veil feathered. Because of a limited interesting.

and police elections in all steel UNCLE SAM is determined to get demanded that the Stahl. demand, it Is doubtful if geese can be I wonder what this man thinks of

plants to determine which union shall Dilllnger the country's most helm, or Steel Helmets, composed of profitably raised except where they love. I once had a friend who, as a ,
notorious desperado. A few days ago war veterans, be banned by the Hitler admirable. Soon
df represent the men In coll.ective"bargain- have good ,range.Cutting single man, was,quite
'',* tag. The board can also hand down I Attorney General Cummings. offered a government. But the leaders of the after he ,married a woman we all

decisions on all complaints brought by reward or ;iuuou( for organization reply that It shall not thought very nice, he became so brutalas

f either workers or employers. the capture of the _be suppressed or absorbed In the Range Costs to strongly suggest insanity. Totally -

; President Roosevelt ordered the murderer and bank' storm troops. The existence fef the Next to the feed cost the greatest separated from her by divorce, and

board to report to him from time to robber, and half as Stahlhelm,. they assert, is guaranteedby expense In brooding and rearing of removed to a distant place, he again

1. time through Secretary of Labor much for information President Von Hindenburg, Chan- chicks Is in labor. Any poultryman, became a gentleman, and 'made a name ,

Frances Perkins. y5 leading to his arrestAt cellor Hitler, and other Nazi chiefs. observes a writer In the Country Gentleman for himself in one of the foremost
the same time the ;.
whose range Is not already so professions. .;-'
attorney general of- N THE twentieth anniversary of .
well consider Installing
the O equipped can
UAT be necessary to resort to
fered for the
i' IT labor legislation to put the assassination of Archduke certain practical labor-saving devices.A I was once with a hunting party in

(. "an emergency end to the street car strike in Mil- r Y4 capture Us, of alias Lester"Baby M.Gil Franz Ferdinand at Sarajevo, the lot of time can be wasted carrying the West, and we set a trap. One

waukee. A minority of the company'semployees Face" Nelson Dill- event that precipitated the World war, water in palls, so any range on whicha morning we found a bear In It. As we

went out and by violence _. .x. ..-. there were bombing outrages throughout considerable number of chicks is rode back to campvith the hide, the
I In ger's
forced the suspension of service. The John Dilllnger Information Austria directed against the Doll- reared should be piped for water. negro cook who had come along for

mobs fought the police and attackedthe man. fuss government and possibly insti- Three-quarter-inch pipe for leaders the ride, was speaking of the surprise
Gillis' will be
to capture
leading rewarded -
gated by the Nazis. the
company's electric plant and Jts with $2,500. Certainly one-half-inch pipe for laterals, with an of the bear when caught. Here was a

disorders were political ID nature. 'automatic self-feeding shut-off near tempting morsel: half ,an antelope,
; This action was followed up by con- Power plants, lines and one
"" cars.The American Federation of Labor sideration of plans for co-ordinating railway each colony house, will more than pay and the bear was hungry In getting

;;{ mions are trying to compel the com federal, state, and local efforts to newspaper office were blown up. for the complete cost before the sea- It, a hidden trap suddenly snapped.

.S' to recognize their representatives catch Dillinger. It was understood Is President son Is half over. To keep the water Quoting the bear, the negro said; "My
S'h for
.: dealing with employees Instead of that plans using the army and National HERE more of Cuba.woe The A. B. C. cool, the pipe should be laid In a fur- Lord, what have I stepped into !1"

: the c mpmy''unIon with which It has Guard In the offensive were under society, strongest of the secret political row which has been plowed up and .
had labor contract for 16 laid back over the pipe. Once a day '
a years discussion.The associations In the Island, has announced Great outrages are apparently com
Rev. Francis J. Haas, formerly of federal charge against Dilllnger that it would, no longer sup the pans can be rinsed with a large mitted by judges. It is stated by a

,\k Milwaukee and now chief conciliator is transporting' a stolen automobile port the Mendieta government. The bottle brush, which Is all the labor required reputable newspaper, quoting official

\. for the national labor board, was sent across the state line. Nelson is want reason given was "the lack of firm In, the watering operation. In records, that a woman was Judged In-

to the Wisconsin city with full authority ed in connection with the murder of ness displayed by the government In the fall the pipes can be taken up and sane. During the following year thv

3 r to" act. Mayor loan; a Socialist, W. Carter Baum, Department of Jus- dealing with! terrorists especiallywith stored till spring comes again. court allowed bills .of the guardian '

held the company responsible for the tice agent:; near Rhinelander Wis., men responsible for the assaulton amounting to forty thousand- dollars- -- ,

strike and ensuing riots: April 23. the A. B. C. parade June 17." No Cure for Stunted ChicksStart I mostly bills for fees of lawyers, while>

In addition to the federal prize, The A. B. C. manifesto said the society the Insane woman was allowed only
FEDERAL JUDGE J. P. BARNES the person who can catch DillInger would continue to work for the a chick In the way he should six thousand for living expenses.And .

gave one phase of the will receive $1,000 reward from eachof good of Cuba against terrorism and go-and you will reap the reward now hundreds of the woman's .
New Deal a by granting states-Indiana Illinois says Miss Cora'' Cooke, extension spe-
rap an Injunction five Mich- other forms of "gangsterism" which neighbors testify she was never In
restraining the government Igan. Ohio and Minnesota. "are directly traceable to the Influenceof cialist in poultry, University farm, St. the woman herself swore that
I from enforcing the provisions of the Moscow gold." Paul. Flocks In which some chicks sane;
she was persuaded by lawyers to consent ,
AAA milk licensing agreement against! SITTING In his White House study, A committee of conciliation was at lag behind the rest carry evidence to a fraudulent insanity plea as !

the Independent milk dealers In the Roosevelt talked over work on the government's troubles andit that something is wrong. Some chicks, the best means of robbing relatives.In.

Chicago area. In effect, the Judge the radio ,directly to millions of his was reported that It might suggesta unfortunately are "born runts." ThereIs .

riled that the government, through the fellow countrymen, seeking to reassure parliamentary form of government nothing to do but put them out of a court proceeding.What to on

AAA has usurped powers which under those who have been alarmed by headed by a prime minister. The A. their misery. Some of these runts a sickening built outrage at the cost go of ., ...
the Constitution it had no author. the frequent allegations that the New B. C. leaders would agree to this 11 could have been avoided, however, If in a .
to insure Justice.'THE
Ity to assume. Deal is becoming radical He rebukedhis the premier were chosen from their the parent stock had been selected taxpayers

The AAA officiate in: Washington de critics as "doubting Thomases," ranks. with care-selected for health, vigor. 1I


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-, Late Onions Need Life Begins and Endsin

; Queen Anne's Lace i iII Careful CultureLong majority Day's of babies Quiet enter HoursThe this

Growing Season Before. turbulent world at Its quietest time,
between two and five o'clock In the
Hot Weather
morning. Strangely enough, most

I II i i i'I Big Advantage. people depart this life at the very
By Frances Parkinson Keyes hour when Napoleon Insisted man

needed the
' courage--four
= = By Prof. J. E. Knott. New York State College -
'I :: :: I of Ae-rlculture.-1"z.U Service. o'clock In the morning. These con-

, :: Frances Parkinson:Kcyos WNU Service New York state, leads in the production clusions are reached by a famous
,1, =- 1 1nimiiimiiimmiimmiiiiiHiimmniiiiiiiii = I of late onions with a total crop, physician Dr. Eduard Jenny, after-
ijiimiiiiuiiiuimmmiuiimiuiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiii i frn II UIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII each year that ranges from 2,500,000to prolonged study Doctor Jenny discovered -
I 3,500.000( bushels, and this crop Is that the number of births

: CHAPTER XIIContinued30 fresh delusively simple. She was gra known that .t needs "no further comment often worth about $5,000,000. increase rapidly towards midnight

clous cordial, democratic, dignified, Besides, this Is not the story Four major muck sections produce reaches a maximum between two ani

"0h, no, thank you." tireless, decorative ,What did It all I of Neal Conrad to which numerous fa- more than nine-tenths of the crop. Thy; five in the morning and falls off to

This time Neal was standing above amount to? How much "Influence." mous biographers have already failedto remaining one-tenth of the crop corner a minimum late In the afternoon.

her, his weight heavy against her after all, did a wife have In this frantic do Justice. It Is, the story of his fromsmaller areas scattered throu TJ- There is a difference of 40 per cent

weary shoulder. powerful, hideous struggle of politics wife. out te "'countIes. between the number born around 5

,"Bad news again I knew. it !I" ? Probably very little. Perhapsnone And of his wife ,as the only hostessto One of the most Important pointsto p. m. (12,257) and- a. m. (17,254)). A

/ "You're holding your own." at all Still she had done her achieve" a real "salon" In Washington remember in the production of similar rhythm Is found In the pulse

"Holding my own I Good G-d.. I've best and If only Neal did not feel she ; as the only American woman onions Is that the larger the plant rate, blood pressure, rate of breath-

! got to.do more than that !I" had failed him. It would not matter whose' 'dress drew, forth royal commendation I grows before It begins to form a 'bulbat Ing and other organic activities during -

, "You will, darling you will. Would what anyone else thought. But how at Buckingham palace ; as the base the larger will be the the course of 24 'h urs. The

you not like a cup of cocoa or something would he feel toward her it he were the only this and that In various con- j yield. The first, thIng 'that is to be death rate, too, follows a cycle. Al-

f i F ?" not elected She remembered the spicuous capacities, enough has also considered is the time of planting. The though most deaths occur at the hour

,4 "NoNodon't leave that .tele hard months after his campaign for been said. Her dresses and her dinners earlier the onions are started, the long .mentioned, Doctor Jenny deduced

; phone. It may ring again at any mo- the lieutenant governorship when he have been described a thousand er time they have to grow before warm that Invalids should fear the hours

f ment." had been defeated. Was It going to belike times.. Why therefore, attempt to describe temperature and a long-daylight period when day is changing into night, and

that again? them ? is neither the the hours when night Is
again It changingInto
t t But It didn't. The silence like the combine to start bulbing in early sum

i' > darkness, grew oppressively heavy- "Hello- Hello Senator Conrad's I Beauty nor the Belle with whom we /.mer. Fall plowing helps to get an day. Dawn and' 'dusk." The

! Dora came In and suggested that It house? The polls have Just closed! are primarily concerned Is the early start. hours of death, however, are not so
k here In Weatherby. Allen, first selectman The marked the hours of'birth.
! was past dinner time. Anne shook her woman woman who on a Other suggestions to increase the as
speaking-yes--two to 'one for certain hot afternoon In
I ''head and Dora went out again. mid-June, yield of onions on muck are: avoid
Neal. We are banking on him, Mrs. boarded the congressional with Years Old
i: Roy ,Griffin wno knew so many lawyers express the use of nitrogen on newly cleared Roadway Forty ,

i i 'a, ; George Uildrefh, who was state Conrad to" come -through In) Belfordyet. her husband bound for the great na- woody muck, and plant enough seedto The 'first',concrete pavement In

toaster of the Grange; Mr Golden .. tional convention in New York get a good, stand, but do not crowd the United States was built in Belle-

\ .r' burg, whose one small shop hart grown Would defeat In the long run be The lobby of the Waldorf Astoria, tbe-'plants ; supply available nitrogento fontaine, Ohio, in 1S92! and 1S93.

Into a great chain with links all over such a calamity? She saw herself living as they entered it. weary after their onions 1' when four to five Inches The, first main pavement strip was

the state ; Low. who had appointedNeal In' HInshoro again in the house she warm and dasty journey, was so high, on muck In use ten years or placed largely to accommodate Per-

: to the senate and who had po- loved so much and Into the build lammed that they could hardly wedge more; give shallow cultivation often cheron horses which made short workof

lItical wires running In every dIrec- ing of which her very soul had gone- their way through It to register. With enough to keep the weeds under con- previous surfaces at the hitching

tion from his gubernatorial seat ; comfortable, happy, unworried no. every step that they advanced, some trol ; and control Insects and diseasesas rack near the county court-house.

would they all do their share And more calls to make ; no more "appearances" acquaintance stopped and seized them much as possible.Asparagus -
to keep up ; no more "ad-
shouting at them excitedly. With'every
If they did would It counterbalanceStetson's
strength with the labor vote mirers"to. contend with ; time for her turn they' took, placards and: Harvest Time
children her music her real frIends. Mercolized Wax
where Neal had no strength? The posters of rival candidates-most of
; Wallacetown Bugle and the other How much ,simple satisfaction-how whom had their headquarters In the Shown by Actual Tests
much real Joy-she was denied because
weeklies great 'many of them-If hotel-crackled above their heads. Asparagus, which ranks as one of
she could "find
never time"
they were all friendly. NeaL would Scurrying bellboys distracted room the leading truck crops Illinois witha
these things. Would she not be hap
-: that make up for those two big papersof clerks helpless assistant managers, total value of more than half a million -
Fletcher's, which were hurling denunciatory pier no longer deprived of these home- strove !In vain to perform their normal dollars in 1930, should not:be cut

editorials at Neal's head ly pleasures? functions. Laden elevators sank and severely until the second year after

\.. Spring came, glad and golden mag- the And question yet, even she as knew they that asked she,herself would to rose In the hopeless, endless endeavor, the plantation is set and in som'e cases ;:j ::YiY... M
the which
Ua-scented convey mass humanity not until the third
to Washington, and miss the Insidious'charm, the fascinating year, according toa
bounded Into from
Anne, asking herself these troubled like a phalanx seven-year experiment conducted by
excitement of life
political as much
questions! shook the beauty that was: one floor to another. It was nearly an the College of Agriculture, Universityof
,.. all about her Impatiently from her con as Neal. She could bear that philosophically hour before they reached their suite; Illinois. lee s Skin YoungAbsorb

but because of her own and Neal. mopping his brow and blemishes and discolorations rising
piousness, and strained with eager feeling, she could gauge"his. He must. Severe cutting of asparagus is in- Mercolized Wax daily as directed. Invisible
snatching up a glass of ice water mut- particles of aged skin freed and aB
seas to reach HInsboro. raw and windswept be jurious both to yield and market qual- are
must go on. tered as he drank, that he was "in defects such as blackheads, tan. freckles and
and bleak as It was. But this She slipped to' her knees With the ity. The Injury increases In propor- large pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully
'was the of the ."Long Session." fernally late for the cursed committee clear, velvety and so soft-face looks
year tion to the severity of the cutting. A
same simplicity with the same ardor, meeting" and that he must be off at years younger Mercolized Wax brings out
and Neal would not be at liberty to go that she had prayed on her wedding prolonged cutting season lessens the your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists.

home early In March. It was actually night she prayed again now. For Neal once. growing period of the tops and there- 1 Powdered ;
mid, before "Committee meeting? Tonight?" I Reduces wrinkles and i
July adjournment came at -for Neal-for NeaL by restricts the food supply that is I ply dissolve one ounce SaxoliteJ
Anne asked in astonishment
twy o'clock one torrid morning when Still on her knees she reached for "Why, manufactured in the tops and storedIn I witch hazel and me
ugly feelings had been unleashed by the telephone. It's after ten now. the fleshy roots. With a limited

fatigue and ugly words spoken by lips "Headquarters calling again.. Mrs. "Probably shan't get in before three; food supply there is a reduction in the AGENTS WANTED

0, which were merely the mouthpiecesf Conrad. We've beard from the last he Informed her hastily. "Well, goo'byjBetter yield-the following season. dskcrJn hundred per cent profit.
D / Co. Florida.
f overwrought nerves. Neal, who five wards in Belford-"Oh. God-let order yourself an orangeadeand Comparing the yields of the experi-
i had been steering a filibuster. lost his a chicken sandwish and have,Dora
him win-let him win I")-you must mental plots, the plot cut heavily the
that night and said see you unpacked and settled before PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT BANNER! His
unforgivable first returned 3_0.lJ)
get your husband to the telephone. year only poundsof autographed photo on finest bright silk.
things to men who had been his she goes to bed. Try to get some the 10x12 fnches. Face changes. It's brand
She him. Her asparagus during
spoke to voice sounded seven-year pe-
new. Assorted colors. Silk tassel-cord and
friends for years. These unforgivable strange and distant like that of a sleep. You'll have a hard, day tomor- riod, while the plot cut lightly the first fringe to match. Beautiful creation. Re-
tails 25c. Really worth ?1. No sales taifc.
things were printed In the Record and row.
foreign from far season gave a total yield of 431.51
woman calling some Sells Itself on sight everywhere. Big quick
circulated through the country. Were shore. Refreshed by a bath and a cooling pounds.. profits. The agents "new deal." Per dozen
$1.80: three dozen J5.04: six dozen $9. B.
they unforgetable too? "You will have to answer, Neal this drink Anne slipped into the lacy nIght- Starting the harvest the second year first to clean up. Your money back Instantly -
Junior wanted to go to a camp In which Dora had out for If you find sales unsatisfactory. Send
time. ( 'Oh, God-let him wInlethim gown proved advantageous with a total yieldof 25c for sample, postpaid.
the Yellowstone. Mme. Estavl was her. and settled herself for slumber. GARNER CORPORATION
wIn-let him win I") 434.21 pounds for the seven years ,
1775 Broadway - Ne r York.
taking her little family to Europe, for She pressed the receiver Into Neal's Her hopes for repose were, however, from the plot harvested rather severely -

the summer and had invited Nancy to hand, threw her arm around him. entirely unfounded ; a party of men but the maximum yield of 531.53
accompany' them. But both children Cash for Discarded Gold Articles. Gold Baying -
From the wire she could hear the who were occupying the next room, pounds was gained from the bed cut Bureau :First National Bank Baildh .
were kept at home. They added Immeasurably Atlanta., On. :Mall shipments held soveii
and who had
crackle of laughter-the tumult of triumph apparently met In secret only lightly 'the second year and me- days pending your acceptance of check.

to the pictureJunior'smore'apd ; and staccato sharp the words conclave, were either unaware or unconcerned dium the third season. The plot on
more famous smile; Nancy's that of the fact that they couldbe until the
were being spoken : which harvest was not' begun New Improved Moltipljinj Shallot. Mild
sweeter and sweeter manners. made an'
"You old crape hanger you I WhatIn overheard, 'and that they were dis- third year gave a total of 467.86 perpetual onion; multiplies every 60 days
indelibly favorable Impression on 100 stalks year, each plant 2,000 now eeed
b-'l's the matter 'wlth you? You turbing the public peace. Their voices pounds. 25c postpaid. Olar Plant Co., Olar S. C.
wavering constituents who came to the
have the handsomest margin" reverberated through the thin walL If an asparagus plantation has madea
hou&e and so much had to be JammedInto
... "What do you call a 'handsome mar- Their lack of harmony rent the air. poor growth during the first and sec-
such a short time thar not a
gin'?" Neal shouted through the re They were-It appeared-delegates' ond years after setting, it Is suggestedthat little Girl's FaceInflamed
single consideration could be"
: ceiver clutching at Anne's shoulder. from Chicago, In revolt against their, the first cutting be delayed until ,
looked. Neal's
enemies had been at -
"Well If fifty thousand doesn't look "boss" and violently distrustful of each the third year, or at most that the, cut- by
work all the time he was chained to
his chair in the senate. And now only handsome to you-Come on down here other. When Neal returned, haggard, ting be very light the second year. PsoriasisHealed F

you old son of a gun, and cele- and hollow eyed about five, he found Ordinarily, however there Is no need
September and October were
left In which to tear down what they brate I I I"CHAPTER Anne sitting up in bed, taut with for delaying at least a partial harvest \

,nervousness. until thethird season.Uruguay Cuticura"My
had by
built. Of course the children must
XIII "Neal, dear, Just listen to that racket fIt
do their share even though It was a
tiny one. Anne must make them see- hasn't stopped for a single instant' Has ProblemsThe little girl's face was so Inflamed
I can't stand it We'll have to to
go .
I 'l- must never let them forget-how much With Neal Conrad's senatorial career of in Uru- that her eyes were swollen
' hotel iiroblems
: some it's more quiet. almost shut The trouble was dIag-
that share might- mean to their'father. reader of dally paper Is
any The
every attacked in a new
\ way.
"Quiet At a national convention nosed as psoriasis. She scratched
And she must do her share, too. Must familiar. There Is the tariff, which
has decided to
Good G-d, Anne, you don't know what I agrarian ministry confine night and day and was not able to
shield Neal. spare him' save him. But bears his name there is his speech on
; the production of each,farmer to obtain rest. The scratching aggravated -
you're talking about. There Isn't
now any, I
? the British debt funding plan whichIs quIet. Those fellows aren't really ob- Qne crop, that for which his land Is the trouble and each :finger
She went everywhere that she was used as a model In "elocution" for the best suited and which he Is best tip was red and swollen with infeo-

i asked, even when she was faint with every schoolboy ; there Is his unshakable little Jectlonable. They're Just having a qualified to raise. In some, cases tion. She became so emaciated that,
friendly argument shouldhave
fatigue. She picked up the threads stand on the League of Nations i farmers will be allowed a rotation In she was very pathetic looking.
of her,old association, with her heard our committee. Turn over, 1 j "After three months' suffering I
church which sent him at the head of a spe- thus assuring yearly diversified
her historical societies, her pupils; she cial senatorial committee to Geneva.All old lady, and go"to sleep." : harvests, enables each agriculturist to recalled the Cuticura treatment need
"I can't sleep. I mother. I cake ot
clothes by my bought a
wore were spotlessly this and much more. Is so wenH his
obtain for product higher grades of
(TO BE CONTINUED.) I Cuticura Soap and a box Cuticura
other produce. Ointment and used them according
(t ? 6 rrrrr rr rrcrrrrrrrrrrr rr-'<,rSpa ..f"r. '.-'.-' .-'.-'--:-' .:.; :::; to directions. The first! treatment

relief and she Is now
H Cooks Are Now "Up" on the Art galley because he was considered the Agricultural Notes healed" (Signed) Mrs. Marie I. Johnson

most useless member of the ship' Foresters find that evergreen ,seedling 4720 Ames Ave., Omaha, Nfeb.,
crew. trees do best In Ohio when they :March :14 1934.
At sea for generations: past the tlon Ingredients that do not figure In are three years old at planting time Soap 25c. Ointment 23c and 50c.

r' ship's cook has been the butt of the the standard stores with which those I Social Titles and once before have been trans- Talcum 25c. Sold Everywhere. One
crew's humor. The dishes that sample each free. Address: "Catl-
come supplied.
ships are The titles of Mr., Mrs. and Miss are planted.
ffom Ms galley have never been ex- His pupils learn all about the making several centuries old. In books of the S e s cnra Laboratories Dept R, MaWen,

tmpt from criticism. Now. says the: of soups and gravies pastries, Sixteenth century, "Mr." was read a* Many of the most serious cabbage \Iass.-Adv.

,.tt Montreal Herald has come a day when cakes and puddings, omelets and "Master" and "Mrs." as "Mistress." diseases can be controlled by ,hot wa-

the abilities of the sea cook are no other egg dishes. Gravy, this authority 'The title Miss is merely an abbrevIa- ter treatment of cabbage seed. Many SORE EYES E eLoio.u

longer derided. For the crew of a claims, Is particularly Important, tion of "Mistress and formerly any seedsmen now treat most or all of reU Tcs and cures BOrG and tnflamodeyea InZiio/6iKnra.
modern merchant vessel knows when as It gives more nourishment than almost woman or girl was addressed aa their seed. Holpa the weak: eyed cures wlMiootAk paIL
the cook "signs on" that he has probAbly any -other kind of food. He will "Mrs." whether married or not. Ac- e from TOUT neforntlfspensar'P.O.Box161Atlantaci.druggist or dcalcrfor SALTER'S.Oalf i

graduated from a special I train. show thp budding sea cook, how- to cording to Edwards' "Words, Fact New York potato growers are plant-

0' ing school. perform some wondeuful) conjuring and Phrases." at a time when men Ing 4,000 acres this year, or 2 per cent "

The biggest ot those schools is toi'ti tricks with a pot of vegetable water. were generally called by their ChrIstian more than In 1933, according to a recent Fib' lULL ALL FLIES

,:; be found In Dock street London. Here The old sea cook's young men are and surnamesonly, the word estimate. I U .f( Placed

:$ an old sea-cook gives Invaluable ad also taught how to turn out an edi- "Mister" was probably applied as a e e ,7 j 'G Guaranteed ruler attrncte, etiectlM and kiss Trmt.o lIlo5..

vice.And ble meal under the most disadvantageous sort of title to those who had Live stock: breeders advise that I d Con W111noieoaorlWnreamthibInsts cNcnt-C.onnote !U-

It la advice which could be obtalned conditions. Asia result of this learned a mystery or trade and who calves be fed whole milk the first two 1 au emron. 2uo

at no ordinary school of cook teaching the modern sea cook Is very would be looked upon as of higher weeks to assure them a good start In :' iso'mx a 'i ,N Yt1

ery. The Instructor when presenting different Indeed from his predecessor. rank or position than mere laborer life. I'

M* recipes. Is careful never to men who was often given a post In the or husbandmen. S e ,. I

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they, said, "Jehovah, he is God NOTICE MASTER'S:: SALE
the tools that provide the means of "
,The Clewiston News .earning a living?" ttltbR!? C1JOOI1Les5on Jehovah, he is God." Then Elijah HEREBY .r
bade the people seize the false prophets NOTICE IS GIVEN that
"Sa3," he said, "I'm going to give
the undersigned Special Master in .
Published Friday In Clewiston, of Baal and carry them to the .
every this education business some investi- de-' '
virtue of the final
Chancery, by
the CLEWISTON NEWS, foot of the mountain and there they
Florida, by gation. I'm going to get interestedIn stems cree of foreclosure entered in that '
them all.
Inc. the problem. You say it's costingme certain cause pending in the Circuit -01'
With the land of idolatry
Hnien- purged Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit i-
$3.68 a month hat's the biggest (Compiled by
Keathley Bowden, Editor bargain I know of-and here I sit Roligioiii-Literary Society) and the people returned to God, God I of Florida, in and for Hendry

taking it' all for granted without is ready to return to them. (See Co., In Chancery, wherein W. G, Trox:

Entered as second class mail matter knowing a thing about it." JULY 1;), 1934 Mai. 3:7); so in answer to the pro I ler. as successor trustee is plaintiff ,7
the Pos and The Clewiston Co., a corporation -
February 1, "Walt, I'm not through yet. See God Cares for Elijah et's prayer rain came in h-1
Office in Clewiston, Florida, unde et al, are defendants, will, on
3 1897. those street lights. That takes 3.71 Lesson Text, 1 Kings 17:1-24; 19: Ahab hurried to tell the queen all : Monday, August 6, 1934, between;the
the Act of March per cent of your $126, or $4.77 a 1-8. Devotional Reading, Ps. 23. I that Elijah had done. The king had hours of eleven o'clock A. M. and

Golden Text: Your Heavenly Father been moved by the miracle which he two o'clock, P. M., at the front door
rate $2.00 per That's 39 cents month. You've'got
Subscription year. a "
,of the County Courthouse In LaBelle;
application knoweth yc have need for all had witnessed and doubtless expected .
Advertising rates on one on each corner and its costs Hendry County, Florida, offer for I
these things. Matt. 6:32. Jezebel to receive the message
sale and sell at public outcry, to the:
and $20 a year per lamp to keep them with wonder at the of God
Devoted to the advancement The lesson today begins with the power best and highest bidder for cash
welfare of Clewiston and Hendr: there. How would you like to furnish first verse in the seventh chapter of through His servant. Instead of be- following described property, in .
County. that service yourself? We sweep the ing moved 'by the incident her heart Hendry County, Florida, to*wit:' ,
And Elijah -- -
street twice a week, that takes .48, : first Kings: was hardened. She was enraged by All of section thirty-six ((36')'; '
per cent of your $126, or 60 centsa said unto Ahab "As the Lord God of the affront to her religion 'and the Township forty-three' (43)' South,' ,':>

HOW TAX-PAYING PAYS THE year. You're paying 5 cents a Israel liveth, before when. stand, slaughter of her' prophets. Range thirty-two (32) East; also
TAXPAYER month to keep that street clean.Can there shall not be dew nor rain these Then Jezebel sent a messenger to all of sections eighteen (18), nine ,.

you afford it? We take your garbage years but according to'my word." Elijah saying, "So let the gods dot teen ((19), thirty (30), and. thirtyone -' ;

By F. Deane Duff away once a week during the win- As we meditate uPo 1i\ the simple me and more also -if I make not (31) in Township forty_'
three South
(43) Range thirty-
At the recent annual convention ol ter and twice a week during the sum- statement of facts contained in this thy life as one of them by tomorrow three (33)) East; also all of sec-

the League of Wisconsin Municipalities mer. Iii Sddition, we move all your brief message to the king, the fulfillment about this time." tion six (6) in Township .forty- ,': '

much favorable comment was tin cans and rubbish away once a of which meant such physical Seemingly Elijah had consideredthe fonr (44)) South,' 'Range. thirty-,, !(
given to the story of a Janesvillo taxpayer week. That service: costs you 1.44 percent suffering as well as'' material loss, victory complete with the destruction three (33) East, :

with property assessed at $7- of your $126 or $1.81 per but resulting in great spiritual gain' of the prophets of Baal and to satisfy said decree and all costs.,

000, as told by Henry Traxler, City year; 15 cents a month for that. Can !. in Israel, we see a man of rugged was unprepared for this surprise at- ALLEN CLEMENTS,

Manager of that municipality. From you throw the stuff in your car and appearance, deeply sincere, and un tack for "he arose and went for his Special Master in Chancery' ,

this lively and convincing tale, as .get rid of it for that?" afraid. Perhaps a description of John life." He fled into Judea and pene- July 6 to Aug. 4. ,, :,, "

published in full in July-August "Hold on," he interrupted me. the Baptist would have aptly appliedto trated the wilderness by a day's '

issue of THE .MUNICIPALITY, the "You wanted to know whether I'd this individual. Contrasting with journey and sat down under a juni- Young men should be careful how

following excerpts are taken: I get rid of. these services at that this is the person of King Ahab'ill per tree." Then he prayed that he they spend their money, because they} '

Sometimes the best way to' bring price. So far I'd say no. Not unless his royal apparel, unstable, ungodlyand might die (See 1 John 5:14)- will, have to remedy the .naturalde-. -- ,
home certain facts.,jis to tell a story. I absolutely had to. Go on." dominated by his more ungodly for I am not better than my fathers." sire for spending money as they gVow; : .... ,

This is a true one and perhaps all.. All right. Let me throw another wife Jezebel. This confession leads us to con- older

of you can think of similar ones. I : batch at you. We keep all the streets, Elijah had a me.5sage-"sa unto clude that Elijah had been reflect-

have a very good friend who owns sidewalks and curbs on public prop- Ahab".-he takes the initiative, he ing with some pride upon the accom-
his home worth perhaps eightor and to of Carmel. Perhaps he ., '. ,
own erty, stop-and-go lights, bridges does not wait for an invitation plishments
nine thousand dollars. He is mar- street signs in repair. We furnish address the king but speaks out in I had been reviewing, history of former Watches Clocks, Jewelry _' ::

ried and has three children. His taxeson public drinking fountains, we move positive terms. Both the king and prophets and reformers-none of -Rear or r -'"

his home last year amounted to the snow off the streets and public queen were worshipers of Baal, as these had performed such miracles! Clewiston Drug. Company

$126. Now we had never discussedthe sidewalks, we cut the weeds in streets well as was the greater portion of But now he is brought low, a fugi- i .: ; "
tax situation, but this spring he and on public property. We spreadoil Israel. What effect could his asser- tive from a woman's wrath. Per- Jewelry Repairing
found it difficult to pay the bill. on streets in bad repair.,We make tion, as the Lord ,God of Israel liv haps his growing pride'as he ran be- W. H. M RRITT-V:; : :

His income had been reduced and minor improvements. We keep the eth, have on these? Perhaps little or fore the kings chariot to Jezebel ren- WATCHMAKER & JEWELER.: ,. '
the hardship entailed in meeting his main sanitary sewer in front of your none at this time but to know that dered the "earthen vessel" unsuited CLEWISTON FLORIDA

tax obligation made him tax con- house operating and in repair. We he served the living God meant tp the "treasure" and hindered the I :'
scious for the first time in his life. keep the storm sewer open and operating -I i everything to the prophet. Though free operation of the Holy Spirit with P. 0: Box'521* _; '."

Then he began to read the statistics and we perform all these serv- I in the immediate presence of the the queen. I "We Are Here.TC. !. Stay" ", :., ;'

.--how so much out of every dollar ices for 3.37 per cent, of your $126 king and queen he was still more How long Elijah slept under the .. '

earned in this country went to pay or $4.23 a year. It costs you 35 centsa conscious of being in the presenceof juniper tree is not known but sleep

taxes. Every day he had another les- month for all that. Maybe it's not God. The more conscious one is and rest is good for both body and ,. .

son brought home to him in the formof worth it, but remember we ploughedout of standing before God the greater soul. And the Lord sent his Angel ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON ,'
tables, charts and statements. All the snow on this street four I will be his courage. To lose con- with food and water and the angel! REQUEST :

this rather confused him. It was too times last winter. Last week the sanitary sciousness of God's abiding presenceis said "rise and eat." After he had ".. \ ,

large to analyze, and, even thoughthe sewer in front of this house to weaken in faith. eaten he laid down and slept, again C.: E. STEBEL

only direct noticeable tax that he clogged up and- your wife called me Baal was the god who ruled over And--the. angel came a second time "

paid was, the $126 on his home, the at eleven o'clock at night. I had nature according to their belief. For : and said arise and eat for the journey Electrical ContractingPHONE '1 "

problem of taxation became a very men here in fifteen minutes and,.they this rough mountaineer to declare I is too great for thee. It is God's 2121 ',' .

serious one as far as he was, con- worked until four in the morning in that there would' be neither dew nor pleasure to provide for .those who .
cerned. order that you might not suffer any rain:except,by'his word was no -small are'doing His will "Seek- first the I PAHOKEE; FLORIDA! :1 .p-.J.!

One day I picked him up on my damage or inconvenience. I'm asking reflection on their deity. Then the and all these things will be '.
Agent for
way down town and he began to open you whether it's all worth money. suspence, the uncertainty! "these added unto ,you. And he arose and ,

up. Do you want to do without it?" years." It may be that this messagewas did eat and drink' and went in the GENERAL REFRIGERATORS ELECTRIC

"Henry, you know taxation here The rest of the story discussed treated with contempt at first strength of that,meat forty days and 5 5 RANGES: ,AND ,
will have to be cut to the bone." other services such as public recre- but as the weeks and months pass forty nights unto Horeb the mountof ApPLIANCEStrength

"What do you mean-" ation (costing tax-payer Harry 25 and it is being fulfilled it is certain God.

"Well," lie replied, "take my case.I cents a month) ; public health and it. can no longer be disregarded.To .

simply am up against it. Too much hospital service' (25 cent a month) ; pronounce a, curse upon the ,

money .is being paid in taxes. The City Manager's City Clerk's and land and its inhabitants was to include ---'-' ,- -- ,
result is that business is being stifled. Treasurer's offices (39 cents a himself, with the added dan- r.

Look at the ,Federal Government month combined) ; Police Department ger from an enraged king, but Eli- Down Rio': : .
Look at the State. Look at the coun- (31 cents a month) ; Fire Department jah was willing to trust his God. I[ Trailing ,

ty. Now, I'm not ,criticizing the city, and building inspection service (89 (See Matt. 6:33).

because I know you're doing a good cents a month) ; and debt service on God who ever cares for his own, ,

job, but even there, ,you'll have. to school buildings, bridges and other directed him to hide. His hiding was I /.n
,+ c.:yH., a rri;;{a
{;{:{n;:: rwy: yCe 4 Y: trim-and trim to the bone. And public works ($1.41 a month). by the 'brook Cherith. God commanded -

the schools-My God-it's! a crime Mr. Traxler also presented the following -! the ravens to feed him there. : ro". S.d .
Soroc rbX ': ?r ;;y..a
that we have to support all the, frills analysis of the current year'stax So Elijah did as God directed and {y

that they offer. Let's get back to levy in Janesville as to amounts the ravens brought him bread and

fundamentals. Let's cut out every- paid by residential taxpayers: meat twice daily. Some attempts are

thing' we don't need." 47 per year pay $36 a year or less. made to do away with the superna-

"All right, then," I said. "Let'ssee 31.4 per year pay $36-$72 a year. tural care received by the prophet by rrx' y ,

how many services you are willing 15 per year pay $72-$108 a, year. changing the word ravens to Arabs,

: to give up that your taxes pay 4 per year pay $108-$144 ,a yea:'. but why disfigure the beautiful pic- }:. 1kS,?YNf

I for. You use the .public library. -, 1.4 per year pay $144-$180 a year : ture of God's providence? Further-

don't you: ?" .90 per year pay $180-$270 a year. more the raven is an unc'can bin
almost. We've always $270. a year. (Deu. 14:14) and not fit to carry
"Every day, .30 per year pay over also if ........:.. tp
got three or four books for the wife Answering in conclusion the ques- human food, but the prophet rrl..Gnurr.Yirc,HJk.Ca
"ia Y y Y.N+w.::>
and me and four or five for the kids tion, "What to do about it," Mr. unworthy in the eyes of Ahab.! God': < 7:4irSK! ;,,:{,.,, ;f ,, .g.;. :: % 1,
> s;;:: > f ; (
the :; :
I'll and God's providence rA.tS'4: %: y; :; :
lying around here somewhere. Traxler said: message .,. .}. {:fijn4i..07f, '. n' ?rV s..nyrfrKYrf' :'ti .i
say we use the library." "My advice to public officials is same regardless of the mode or meanof ':ibfa{ .C riif 4ime{ .....

"Well, let's see. That costs you 1.72 that they assemble the figures covering communication.When & .H:Y pbxk aoA#; r-

per cent of $126, or 2.18 a year. the services rendered by their the brook dried up Elijal'was A Thousand Ports Of Call ,..
Eighteen cents a month for a family particular conu unity. Present them directed to go to Zarepatl

of five buys unlimited library serv- to your citizens in attractive form. where a widow was'coml1l3.uded tr Are Beckoning, To The rB I Ii1iTi "

ice. Should we cut that out?" Use your local press, use pamphletsand sustain him. The prophet found the, "Family On Wheels"
"I should say not," he quickly competent speakers in the woman and asked for a little water
put __ _....
.ut. This woman
answered. field. Tell the whole story Wl.1lUULexaggeration. and a morsel of bread. I ifi I
de him as a servant of Jehovah the trails in a
"Now, let's take the schools. Thereis Let your own people recognized FOLLOWING
she said "As the Lord thy to the Rio Grande,
where the frills are you know. The cide whether they want these .services for ,
operation of the schools in this town and whether they are wort) God liveth I have no cake and onlj up to Quebec, and to and fro across

takes 35.10 per cent of the total while. I believe you will find tha' a little meal and a little oil and I the country between the two
promises to become a vaca-
spent, or $43.20_ of your $126. Well, when your tax-payer obtain a clear,,, am preparing now to bake it"that my tion formula adopted by increasing
me $3.68 a month. That's the biggestyou simple explanation of what his tai son and I may eat and die. Elijah thousands if present signs arc to 4

"lo send your three children to money buys, 'he will say:; "How canI assured her that the Lord God of be believed. Already one state can
school. I don't know-maybe music, live decently in this age and not pa? Israel had said that her meal and show one trailer to every three anda
drawing and art, domestic arts, oil would not fail until He sent rail half cars owned In the state.
taxes? the county! these traveling
TIiL- All
science, physical training, manual YOUR CLEW if she would do as he lequcstcd. ,
HAVE YOU PAID Ihcrr homes are being assembled in Top photo shows a modern trailer
training etc., are frill and should be ISTON AND HENDRY 'COUNTS she did and Elijah remaincl back yards and home workshops on the road. Insert: In the fore

,cut out. Perhaps you would save 15ca TAXES? "many c ays." In anticipation of vacation: jaunts.A ground, the trailer's kitchen; in
month-I don't know. nut I do I The eighteenth chapter is the account number of factors are contrib- the background, the lounge. -

know that every one of these "frills"has of Elijah's return to ,Miab, of uting to the growing popularity of
been placed into the educational FLORIDA HUSH (;H' '!'y :1':1) his challenge to the prop .e J o' the trailer as a means of enablingthe /) are of paramount Impor
IX NORTH 1'1: [ : HOO J-ui'd! whole family to enjoy the'pleas ,
system because the advance in educa- Baal that they would each ar tance. Tempered pressed wood is
tion has forced them to it. Our chil- and place wood and a aciificc ures of travel at a minimum of ex called upon to provide 'a durable,
12 (FN3)-- altar roads make almost all .
BUNNELL, July pense. Good weatherproof exterior .with a minimum
dren are going to have plenty of I thereon, but put no fire. T-ey! wen of the country available to the
Florida rush grass b-- her J grId cor: Jehovahand I parts of weight. Aluminum is used
leisure time on their hands. Chancesare to pray to Baal and he to "family on .:wheels." The economyof in the construction and fittings.
that they will be part of the 90 I mercially for use in northern broom the one who answered by fi.c traveling, eating and sleeping in .Skillful interior arrangement can

per cent that are all through with and brush factories. The native grassis would be God. When Baal failed to I your own home 'Is obvious. Engineers provide space for a sleeping com,

institutional education after they get cut by hand Iron the ocean shore answer after many hours of calling'. by closely studying able materials to partment, kitchen, and lounge; the
lial a and design, have been latter even Including .a coal or
through high school. Isn't it prepaid
a part and banks of the intrucoastal waterway upon him Elijah develop trailers which the head of -
wood-burning fireplace. t
of our duty, as parents and citizensto it, t"''.11 in ):1m-
water on
in Flagler count) After Vein; and poured the family can purchase In "knock A yacht has long been the luxury .
give to our children the tools with in is bundle' faith the prayed to rG'>d, and down" form and put together him
dried the sun the grass; pIe of the Very wealthy, but,these! .modern -
which to live their lives? And if into bales weighuu; from 125 to 150 "The fire of Jehovah.,fell and co:.. self in his spare time. land yachts promise to make .

three-fourths of their time Is goingto ;;'>unds and shim pr it in carload lot sumed the burnt offering, and the The' development of strong but practically every locality' on the
be leisure time, are not the tools id northern mark-; wood, and the stones' (of the altar) light materials has done much to North American Continent t-can'
that allow them to live that leisure and licked up tho:30;r'-ltt t'..c. maketpoaslbie the modern trailer, be reached By roads, a posalblfport
for Ujfttngss gombinod I witl3the 'Of. slLt9f thfto '. verago merloPAGE $ .
time profitably' Just as important us IS YOUR .SUUSCRIPTIO: PAID trench." And when tho !IQope': es'rIt .?



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.:":..:...:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Gus.I EZELLK ENTERTAINED Adelaide Waite, colored, was in a

?>: Personal Mention :;s_: Castles In The Glades > : Wallace I Mrs. J. W. entertained with a serious result condition of a quarrel Sunday terminating morning abruptly as- J

-" . . . ':'. I Marjoric two bridge parties, Tuesday and We1 when she was stabbed in the
..:N.N.N.N.NSA. .N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N..1.N.N.N.N.N.N.ti.M.M.N. shoulder and over the heart
by Mary
nesday afternoons, at her home o'
Miss Edna Culbreth. spent the Williams, colored. She is expected to
I Ponce De Leon Avenue, complimenting ,
week end In Pahokee. Laydeez and Gentulmun: We have Edna says she likes living in the recover.

iii!: with us today one who needs no in-|I city, and she has put Bill to work in Mrs. Z. H. Shelley, of Cuthbert,

., Albert Hill spent the week end in troduction. He will speak to anybody'charge of right of way and clearing Georgia.I a.............-....-...-............'.....-.............-........................, ..... .

: Fort Myers visiting Mrs. Hill. anywhere without that formality.I'around their new home. I Tuesday Mrs.,). E. Beaidsley re- I I II

(Laughter and applause.) Known to Mrs. Dean is out on the job again ceived the prize for high score, MrsT. I I

-, the week you all as a man of probity, he has plus one ten pound baby. And that's I i
C. M. Littlejohn'spent B. Shelley received the second Good FarmLand
end visiting relatives in Lake Wales. been doing some probing this week progress! I II
and will report on his work at this i I Next. Mrs. .Rich. She says that prize; Mrs. F. JI.!. Wright cut the I I

time. (Applause.) Since I have been apart I from the oil business her work lucky card for prize and Mrs. Z. H:
Miss Mary B. Warren has re Shelley was presented: with the :
for some months interviewing and I consists in making soup, as Hoomea guest

turned from Miami where she visited visiting all the "men within range of has had a bad tush yanked. prize. I II I

relatives. our great and glorious pioject Next! Mrs. Boyd is fixing up a Guests were Mesdames F. Deane

(Prolonged applause; cries of "Bravo new house and had no time for ama- Duff, W.. P. Vaughn ,W. C. Prewitt, for Rent

Miss Bonceil Stone and Foy Dur- Hear! Hear! ) our speaker for teur reporters. R. Y. Patterson, H. A. Bestor, W. C'.

rence wero visitors in Belle Glade today thought it only just and equit- Next! Mrs. Wardwell, :mown to the Owen, F. M. bright, M. E. Yena-

able that he should do the same for wine F. I.; Hill, E. L. Stewart, C.
Sunday evening. I trade as Tish, has no progress to report :

their wives. (Mutters among the I, here, as she has just, come back Shelley
men.) Laydeez and Gentulmun. it is H
from abroad. (Well abroad I
Mrs.C.. F. Goodman is spending Cuba's ., Rackstraw and the 'hon-
with particular pleasure that I introduce I
isn't it?) Mr. and Mrs. Wardwell
. the week in Miami visiting Mr. and ,
oree. Tea guests included Mrs. Ber-l
to you-MISTER Marjorie B. flew over and back. They claim that I i
j i Mrs J. H. Gardiner. ard, Mrs. M. W. Bigg and Mrs. Ray i .
Wallace. (Loud applause.) I
I ,they were neither shot nor half- Macintosh. 'I TrespassersWill

(The speaker takes a bow, looks shot while in Havana. I wouldn't tella

William Henry Warren,'i tfAsbury stern, and then beams.) story like that. Wednesday afternoon high score Be
visit- was won by Mrs. William Lockhart, I I
Schott and Roy Waldron were
Secretary of Navy Swanson at the And that's all the gals I saw. AndI
Mrs. R. H.
Knight received second
ors in Miami Friday. time when he was governor ot,Virginia don't believe half those Fuller high and Mrs. Russell Whiddon cut I ProsecutedThe

brush stories. Still, I'll try again
quoted from an introd'uctiongiven for prize. I I

Andrew Beery left this week for him by a Dutch master of cer- next year, and leave the missus at Guests II
I I were Mesdames F. R. Maxwell -
l Savannah where he will spend a short emoni s as follows: "Shentlemen, I home next time. (Interruption from I
W. Hooker
C. C.
'I W. MacDonald,
with relatives. 'the chairman: Just you try it! ) (Answer -
vacation vill not bore you mit a long speechas !1H. R. Hall, C. F. Trainor, M. P. Pet-I \ !
dere odders here for from the speaker-of-the-day:
are pur- A. Munioe H.I f
erson, A. C. E. Nail, V.
What d'ye mean, it?)
;1 Mrs. Roy Greene returned this P9se. "[ Cothern, G. C. Poole, P. H. Knight I I
for Two Coca Cola
Recipe today:
So here
i week. from Jacksonville where she goes. I Russell Whiddon, C. H. Bemer, Will- I H
the barrels. Knock the head ,out of one. j
First at
had been visiting for a week. stop was :! office in lam Lockhart, Miss Bonceil Stone
r Clewiston, where Olive Laurensouand I Fill it with grapefruit juice. Add 120 Miss Louise Renfroe.
pounds of Skim for several
Dorothy Sathre gave me a cor- sugar. Tea guests were Mrs. A. W. Lawrence Clewiston
Mrs.: Z. H. Shelley of Cuthbert, dial welcome rand that was absolutely I days until juice clears. Transfer to '
Mrs. Roy Greene, Mrs. J. W.
Ga., Is in Clewiston visiting Mr. I complete barrel. Place cork with
all. I was informed that
they Moore, Miss Dorothy Lockhart and
and, Mrs. Thomas Shelley and E. 'J. were paid for what they didn't tellamateur' glass tube in center of bung, carry I the honoree. I Company: I II

Shelley. reporters and not for what small rubber hose from tube to bot- ; I

they did tell. They are apparentlyused tle full of ,vater:. When it stops bubbling -,I '' I ,I

Mrs. I. M. to the straight and narrow path, seal up bung. Consult chemist I -
Pafford and Mrs. A. IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? .. .. ..
for Capt. Carter tells that when to make sure it isn't over legal 3.2
V. Southard left this week for Bruns- I
I hey out to the per cent, potency. Then use your:' ownjudgmen't. .
wick, Ga., where they will visit for came Gulfport they -
ten days. walked the pipeline like deckhands. Notify me when'you run

(Aside by chairman: Humph! Thatdoesn't .I out of judgment.

spell anything-so do I. I guess we're all tired Let's quit. NOTICENotice .
Mrs. E. D. Bennett and Mr. and )
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell were business Next stop, Mrs. Moore's. I got
J is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much
visitors in Fort Myers and Arcadia along pretty well there-the dog did- thereof as will be necessary' to pay the amount due for South Florida

Monday.. I n't try to bite me this time. Mrs. THREE-QUARTERS MILLION Conservancy District taxes of 1933 herein set opposite to the same, together

Moore said that the only yardage she with cost of such sale and advertising will be.sold at public action

Mrs. B. Thomas and Mary Louise was bothering about was that some- (Continued from. page 1) on Monday, the 6th day of August, A. D. 1934 at the hour of 11

left this week for Asheville, N. C.,] body had ''better cut their grass. I trust agreements 'were made in contemplation I o'clock A. M. at the Court House door', the county', of Hendry, in the
City of LaBelle State of Florida. '
didn't have time I dumb ,
where they will visit for several : so played
of death, notwithstanding
weeks with 'relatives and left. Description of land S T R A Owner Amt. Taxes & Cost
such were not made within the time
--- Dashed over to Mrs. Flannikin's, I

Mrs .E .T. ,Hill left recently for who reported her work progressing i that the Federal law provided such Frac. N/ S. of Old ,

her home in Clearwater after visit- very well, since they installed four transactions should be presumed to Meander line... '23 43 34 204 Trustees I. I. Fund .........$618.37
baby's be made in contemplations of death.;" SW'i of NW% of '
ing here with her son and daughter- new teeth in the cutter and
solids The issue was contested through SW...._........ 23 43 34 10 .J. L.' Miller ..............:...... 31.05'.
Mr. and.Mrs. Fred J. Hill are getting more. ., and. less I I. : .
in-1a'T' wash hearings' held in Jacksonville, ',St. NE 4. of SEyof ,T- ,;, .....: I--1 : ,

Petersburg Washington over a ,SE 4 ................ 13 45 34 10 Trustees I. I. Fund ,.:::.:,...:. 1.76' .
Next Mrs. Carter who .
D. G. Alston left Saturday for Columbus -I I period of twelve months. NE'/i of NEK of '" :, '.S ".

Ga., where Mrs. Alston and old burner about two months ago Finally two weeks ago ComptrollerLee "'. NE% ................ 25 45 :34 10 Ada L. Panton .................... 1.76
and has not smoked since; she says ,'SEU of NW4 of .
daughter, Martha Nell, have been sent Commissioner of '
;:. relatives the she is stacking up fine now. Deputy SWtt ............ .. '1 46 34 10 Geo. L. O'Hare ............--...... 1.76
,II'""'ff, : visiting', for past several Next, Mrs.' Raines, whose three- Revenue Frank H. Butler of his staff I I E'4 of NWV ...... 21 46 34 80 E. A. Winslow .....:............ 8.53
and-a-half-year-old son has ceasedto to Washington and tentative settle- / SEU .:................... 26 46 34 160 Trustees I. I. Fund _........... 16.61N
ment of the tax was completed on ',!!. of NEl.4 of '
run away. Perhaps she can use the
N. C. Storey recently returned to the the basis of the full levy on all trust SWVi .............. 26 .46 34 20 Trustees I. I. Fund ..n..n... 2.77
old newspapers now put on I 1
from several years residence in Leeds, deeds with interest and penalties SWH of NE%' of ,
shelves etc. instead of to fan
England, is spending, the week visit- pantry waived in return for abandonment of SWW .............. 26 46 31 10 Trustees I. I. Fund ............ 2.76.-
the traveller home with. I
ing in Clewiston as the guest of Mr. young the contest by attorneys for the es '
under FRANK A.
The government houses are DOUGHERTY
and Mrs., Harry Turner,
construction. They are being built tate. I July 6, 13, 20, 27, Aug. 3. Tax Collector, Hendry Co.

1 I in four rows and Gawd knows how I =.:
C. Nelson of Jacksonville, Major
many rows. Water heating tanks are
B. C. Dunn and Col. W. T. Hannum of -
to be installed, so there will be plen-
B. Dunn and Col. W. T. Hannum of i
I ty of hot water to get into. (What I
New Orleans were in Clewlston n IFOR SALE iH
was it the fox said about those
Tuesday, on an inspection tour.
grapes?) '' s s .'.

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simmons and Pafford Mrs. Lawler and Mrs.has Southerd gone north.are start-Mrs. 1' :H: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment UI ; ;

daughter, Doris, and Mrs. Vivian
ing north. Mrs. Trainor will soon .:. .s' .;. :z:
Smith and Zelda I I
, daughter, spent how, .'. -s' '-- :
start north-and I don't know
last week in Fort Meade and Wau- { I I i
many more. ,I wouldn't go so far as to I
chula visiting friends and relatives. Y
; say that there are loose engineers in .;. .:. I :. ''

Clewiston, but there are certainly ::: :i: I I :i: ::
Mr. ahd Mrs. F. Deane Duff spent
several with no visible means of re ;
the week end in West Palm Beach. .'. .s. .i'
straint. Maybe I'd better do the interviewing .;. _s. I ::: '' '
Miss Mae Lily Stone left last week 1 .s. I j
myself for this column for 's- I
for Lakeland where she will attend .;. I i I : :: 1
| the present. (The chairman looks up :s: .' .:
business college for several months. z .-'. .'
, 'II with a dangerous light in her eye and 's''s' .:. I i I' 'i''z'

the speaker hurries on.) I' .:. I' 's' '

ENTERTAINED FOR SON I A card from Fernie Flanders says .z- I

.:. .-. ''
that she and Freddie are having a -:- -

W, Mrs C, W.. MacDonald entertained I fine time in Chicago, and that they xt j *

for her son, Sonny Boy, Monday aft: didn't have even a flat on the way ::_: ::: I .z' .i'c'iIJ :..
.s. .'.-
einotm celebrating his fifth birth- up. I'm too flat broke to go farther ? X:
than West Palm Beach. I '.' S
day.The "' :::
guests were Nancy Wright, here. I I 1
Benson's wife doesn't: live 1
'c'iIJ !
Shirley Ann Owen, Eleanor ; I (:
Percy, (Stingy! ) So I'll tell his latest story. I! i ..
Mary Louise Thomas, John Poole ..
(The chairman stops her'ears up with : i :::
Dick Owen Jack ; .,.
and Christine Red- her fingers and looks pained.) Two : : ::: :

Ish, Gloria and Betty Jean McDuffle, chawps met on the Strand. "I 'ear w ::tto : .''' -
Larry Royal and Carolina MacDonald. .. .;. *, I '
lawst, old thing. i .:.
you're married at .. '
Did you take a bridal tour?" "No, .;. I I I' ..::.. ;. I
led 'er to to I I i .-. :'
' dear old blightah. I just ..;.. I I' .1../..'
'I .. ENTERTAINS PUPILS the halter." This story isn't exactlythe I I I! ..:. '_.
way Bennie told it but it goes: ..z.?: :'s'(. m-- .. --.L_;: I I !I :::I't. U'I

1. Mrs. F. M. Wright entertained the something.like that. .;. .;. I I I .;- :::
rr. : '.: pupils of 'her another temporary I : ':',.-.
kindergarten Friday Harry Brown 's' ':' I I '.' :.
morning with a swimming party anda widower; his family live in Lakeland.He ':' 's' I i :il-: :.

picnic. spends his spare time making $: :S: : -: i:

Enjoying the fun were Carline wood carvings, and believe it or not, .:. .. I .' .:'; .
(' 't' i : ; ::: :
Berner, Eleanor Percy, Grace Ward, they are good. He has bne replica of 'z. 's'1 i; ..' .

Bobby French, Henry Kolstad, Mary | a Dodge 'boat at full speed in the 's'.z' 'z''s'I .:., ..:. ,

Louise Thomas, Sonny Boy MacDonald water which is very natural. He also '' '' -- ,. ::

Shirley Ann Owen, Caroline made a beautiful Indian maiden ina :'I;: :_;: Pay The Balance Like Kent t.,: ,
elee, Ronnie Effting, Nell I s.
Mary canoe. :: :s:

Christian and Nancy Wright. I Mrs. Poole was good samaritanlng ::;: :!: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES 3: :+;:. ,

around Clewiston trying to find OWN HOME :},;;:[
Among those attending'the who *
show places for the men to stay are
I In Clewiston Sunday night were: working on the government houses, :

'-)1: Miss Pat Smith, Mrs. C. W. Ryan, ,and wasn't having much luck, be- n Clewiston Home Building Association =a.s. :,:

Mr- and Mrs. Mel Bass, Mr. and cause where you have boarders you ;1 .

Mrs. Carr Settle, Archie Waggerby, also have roomers. .s. .'.1'i

Jimmie Brewer, Eric Boa and Vernon | Back to Pahokee where I called on : t PHONE] 103 .}.:..I:{:

Bales,-Moore 'Haven Democrat, i Edna Blakely and her bridegroom '' _. .... .__,<,._........:_:.. __ __ A ,:: __ __ ....... _:....__. -'- 'JE





PATTERN I4W -i:1i: '





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Little Maryellen lives near a college .
campus and she spends much time / 1 ,
watching the college students ,
"Mother, what are those girls doIng I II I f:i L

?" she asked one day when she l '--4
noticed a class of nature study stu- S
dents catching butterflies. o f'iT .,
.... cJ -
The mother was busy and Instead I -
c=::I. 1:::== -
of answering In a way that would' sat- .:=::' t==:J I:=:; ". .
isfy the child's curiosity, she replied -, :
"I don't know." : .- I\ P TII i-4'' vc'A
"Well," said the four-year-old T
? sx ; y
severely, "you should kDOW'; you went pfrY y ..
to ollege.-IDdIanapolis News. II IIsT ; .


OF- / A
U l S< A -rH R4- ikriG/;. r
111 a \M THE BACK

i T 'iT SEAT, $ w.0 gi .

{ J aft

. 01 I IfJ o7cq1666We I

"You look so queer, Mr. Candle." I, 'S ; don't'woDder you are attractedto

"Well I do feel awfully lightheaded js'f this pretty frock-such a model ,
!" : I assures its wearer of neatness and

\ smartness every ,hour of the day. '.
He Needs a_BleachingAn For morning wear choose cottons-a
Irish Guards ( officer called up a O Western Newspaper Onion >/$/ print would combine smartly with a

serge 'nt and spoke of the unsoldlerly solid color. The :yoke and sleevesare

appearance of a recruit. cleverly cut In one-and prove

"He looks very slovenly; sergeant""Yes THE FEATHERHEADS Down But Not Out especially easy to fashion. Wash

sor." silks in blithe colors could be used .,
I i l LU> TJTTITr\ ""11111 .III II/II'' lilt NI I "

"Yes"/ire, you sor."sure he washes?" f MY HEAP ACHES' WHY \\\ \\!\ \\ \\'\ \ for of this an same attractive frock-or afternoon all one version"fabric

"Absolutely certain he washes?" SO--1 BUST CAN'T SURE N MI1IU1 )VkN'A14_ i \flUt\\9t\t'i1t1ti' would be good, too. One of the new -

"Yes, sor, but he dries a bad color, GET UP WILL large illustrated dressmaking lessons
sor. -Tit-Bits Magazine You WASH THE M ( Is included with this pattern, insur- .' "

.. ing a perfect success. "
Speculation f DISHES, FELIX? r .: .. Pattern 1GGG Is available in sizes :.
"Can the stock exchange: be regulated .. "' .1.1'- 14, 16. IS, 20, 3:!. 34, 36, 3S, 40 and 42.
?" ;III1 : ,\::'. 3 36-inch fabric
;rAND Size 1C takes yards .
.> .
; : .
Vt '
"Of course, answered Mr. Dustin \ :' and % yard contrasting. ,
: :
Stax. "You can make speculationmore / ') Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) In
difficult. But that won't make Pd )- -' ;, coins or stamps (coins preferred) for

any difference to people who really c this pattern. Write plainly name, R (,
want to gamble. Some of 'em are i.: \ address and style, number. BE SURE .

even now gambling on whether new s r TO STATE SIZE. '

rules can be made to work." 1 Address orders to Sewing Circle ; ',,'.:,\

Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeen : ;;>-; ,;

Hardest Part 11 Street, New York City. r :':d
Brown entered the artist's studio '-
and gazed at the draped canvas on <.
the easel. HER OWN SECRET : ,;.';.t
"Have you finished with your pIcture "

yet?" he asked. \[ "Maud had so many eligible suitors ;;::YC
"No; I still have the hardest partof rOHI Ti fll that she agreed to marry the -..,; .-3:
[ { I
It to do," replied the artist"Really I PUT ANY SOAPNELL one who guessed nearest to her age." : ,.:};

What Is that?" asked WOULPM'T PO IT V FLAKES IK1 THE To BOSS THECAN'T :f06, "And did she?" I' .';2. :1

Brown. RIGHT.---E WATERNr\'( You "I don't know. All I know is that .f::. ij
"Sell It," came the doleful reply.A she married the one who,guessed the ::t tj
GLASSWARE: ______ Do. iT YOURSELF( ? .
lowest. -Boston Transcript .. ;
Horrible ExampleThe .. ,.".!iJ
Customer-Isn't It rather unusual :' FtFst: ) > ) Weather "Sharp" :' ,:.\::
1 to see a barber with long hair and Z "
in traffic court-I'll let '
( ;\ Judge ( ..:
whiskers like yours? 0 .. 1\.............. you off with a fine this time, but another ,. ':. N
The Barber:'Yes; but It's good bus G ;": day I'll send you to Jail. ",; : >t.:;
ness. Every man that sees how awful '"
/ Driver-Sort of. a weather forecast :. .i,!
they look on me. will fall for a haircut eh Judge. .. : ';';':

and shave. Judge-What do you mean? ry!

Driver-Fine today, cooler tomor- : '.':
Economy First
row. ,
Poet-You haven't returned any of > .

my poems for some time.
In No Danger .
Editor-Well, I want to make one
should be banned on .
rejection slip do for at least 40. Pa-

per's way up. I m Western Ntnpf.1'erUl ( ...."J. J /.J /, "flIilJ I hygienic She-I grounds.don't care. I never go to :l. :.

LEAVE IT TO 'EM .. such pIaces-Penrson's Weekly.THE :
I I ExperiencedIn TELLING HIM Hand Organ :.J UAVTY
A Qr an Indiana college town a student I I The teacher was explaining the five

called at a Boarding house to Inquire senses to her children. ,Finally she .<; ::

about rooms. asked some questions. "Mary can ."
"And what do you charge for .your you tell us about the senses?" 'I"f"Y
rooms?" he asked. "Yes'm," said Mary.: "We see with <

"Five dollars up," was the reply. our eye organs,.we hear with our ear ', 2i1i

"Yes, but I'm a student," he said, organs, we smell with our nose organs, \
thinking the price a little high. we eat with our mouth organs, and we
"That being the case, the' price Is feel with our hand organs."
1 five dollars down," replied the landlady d

who had had experience. L No Half Way Work _
1 a .,
.ro "Women are a power In politics," '
Modern Mary said the' mild-eyed professor. >
."Did you tell your wife everything Wife (reading-It says here they "True," answered Miss Cayenne. -
I Wj did while she was away?" : have found a sheep In the Himalaya 1 bet my Pop can lick your Pop. "And If you'll glance over the list of

No,the neighbors attended to that." mountains that can' run 40 miles an of"And'em."1 ,bet my Ma can lick de two historic women, you'll note that we

hour. never stop half way. If we don't make
His Pal Her Hubby-Well, It would take a
Machines, Old and. New politics immensely better we'll makeIt
A private, walking down lamb like that to follow Mary now
a street "What whole "
Is Crimson Gulch going to a lot wickeder. Q.I .
with his Public Service. ,,,,,
sweetheart adays.-Pittsburgh
met a sergeant do about the old political machine .;?qt
belonging to his regiment Kind Thought Q ;;,1
"We're going to do business withit
"My sister, Sergeant," said the bash- 't. .. Worthless Lot ," answered Cactus Joe. "But It Mistress-Be careful not to drop .-" ,: ".,.;
ful young man. ::"1 have a devoted wife and eight hasn't been those china dishes, Nora.
working well and
so: we
I 'That's all right. said the sergeant charming children, sir.'* Influential citizens are making arrangements MaId-Don't worry, mum. If they
smiling, "she used to be "They must be bunch If
mine. a poor theycan't to trade it In for a 1035 did fall they're too light to hurt my
support you model." Watchman-Examiner.
Can't Fire the Cook :
Woman-Does' husband .:
your _kick Um Asked
and Answered
Numbered Contribution
about the meals?
Other Dorothea-I like to dress to match Qwert-The spoken word-who can The Humorous Warden-I suppose I
Bridge Player (smiling)- .
complexion./: : > _
my recapture itYipOnly?
No; what he kicks about Is having to your contributors use pen names?
get them. Ronald-Betthose hand painJed'cos- "-- 'a lawyer, when ke. The Editor of the Prison GAZette--
tumes are very expensive, aren't they? withdraws: a remark. Nope. Just numbers.





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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY, .13,193.1. _. "_ _._ .. ,_..,0'0 _. '-_ ____ ..__

i ROTARIANS DISCUSS LOCOMOTIVE EVER A train, gliding over the countryI very verge of disaster, and of track. cupy first thoughts with the boys.-

side In the'twilight or the early dawnof men who went out of their way to I Always!:! the engine will be belovedin I

BUSINESS AND NRA THE CENTER 'OF day, has aboard all the boyhood save lives, but always it has been a country that the engine helped

BOYHOOD DREAMSIn fancies.On the engineer and the engine that oc cultivate.-Washington PostS
the side of the road, whether

he be standing In a corn field or on
International Convention Is the lexicon of youth there Is
lfi't'? a sldewalkjyatchlng a train go by,
j ..,. : word that
J one the Imagination
'! Held in Detroit.Detroit.Ilotarlans the average boy dreams ,of far-dis-
tant places-where the train Is go
'- Even though the airplane has come
from three-score ing. As it speeds away the mighty
j to capture the fancy of youth, the
nations scrutinized the operation of Iron engine becomes a mythical mes-
J AmerIcan business under the NRA and railroad engine still maintains Its senger carrying his thoughts.So .

sought to determine just how fully its place In the affections of young boys. the engine has become symbolic
Love of the railroad
i: "codes embody the principles of Rotary. engine goes of mighty deeds and great ad-

.The discussions, featuring the twentyfifth back to the dim past of this country. ventures In the heart of American
annual convention of Rotary There 'is hardly _a boy In America boyhood. From time immemorable I
who, at some time, has not looked
International, had as their keynote an American boys have been stirred by
address by Charles G. Kettering, re- with Immeasurable pride on a railroad the heroism of railroad engineers, \ I

'; ;. search engineer of General ,Motors engine, whether it be standingIn who stopped their trains on the _
the yards or in a railroad stationor 1Kl
; r'.f corporation. .
: plowing its way across country.In .
the took their
As 10,000 delegates up
his mind the average boy sees -
I discussions a, double-barreled question I 1 t
I l
himself sitting at the cab window !
.was offered them:
: "will fondling the cord attached to the
"Which, they were asked, .
whistle, pulling down the throttle.A KEEP COOL
.t" tend more fully to develop resources -
f .,with greater. ultimate benefits glamorous figure, ,the railroad SAVE TIME cJL:
: .t to society engineer always has been<; :and prob- SAVE WORK *.rf

-.4- National economic planning by industrial ably always will be-a ,hero to the SAVE MONEY c.i

commercial growing boy. .
J. and countries?
"r' or- There is a reason. The man who
\ ', "A well-planned international ex controls a railroad engine has in his u

'.to change; of goods and services?" hands the power to move worlds.dllc'fPJmJ1lJllin. Clean PLUGS !
THIS; Coleman Self-Hearing Iron will save gas
: In seeking answers to this question save you more time and work than a
the delegates had for their guidancethe $100.00 washing machine! It will save your

I. .I: assertion of their president, John easier strength and.quicker.help you at less do cost.better ironing GET RID OF OXIDE COATING STOP WASTING GAS '.
;Nelson, Montreal, that "no one can clear Instant littng..no heating HAVE 'YOUR SPARK PLUGS
the blotches andiiiiii CLEANED
contemplate what President Roosevelt Help nature up with matches or torch...no waiting. The Replace badly worn :
'1 evenly-heated double base irons
safe easy plugs with new AC's AC METHOD PER PLUGOxide
i ; : seeks to accomplish without appreciating garments with fewer strokes. Large glass- 50
1. smooth base slides easier. Ironing time U
how intimately his' objective reduced one-third. Heats Itself...use it coating forms on all spark plugs=wastes gallon
liA.' f.,. Is.related to the objectives of Rotary." Vif anywhere.an hour Economical to operate., too.See..costs hard only of gas in 101 Have it thoroughly and quickly removed ,'"

-.. ;.,, The United States delegates named ware or housefurnishing dealer.your If local l 16 r by the AC Spark Plug Cleaner. At all Registered .

.;. eight nominees for the five places on THE dealer COLEMAN doesn't handle LAMP,write AND us.STOVE CO. !J}, ; : f/ Dealers, Garages, and Service Stations.
the international board of directors. Dcpt. WU300. Wichita Knns,; Chicago I 111.; Ci Look for the "Plug-in Tub" '.
'I Pa Los Angeles.Calif. ;
J;. They are Karl F. Barfield, Tucson, WNTJ 7 27-3.1 Toronto, Ontario: Canada (4306); The Quality Spark Plug Tune Ini RAYMOND KNIGHT and the CUCKOOS-
Saturdays,10,00 Eastern Daylight Saying TimeMEN
: Ariz.; Fred Bennion, Bozeman, Mont ;

;' Algernon Blair, Montgomery, Ala.; E.

Paul Burkholder, Georgetown,- Del.;

.. .f: Hugh Butler, Omaha, Neb. ;' Fred R. &t P f' I

Hopkins, Fostoria, Ohio; Robert F. ua./ STAKED fORTUNES

'l Phillips, Asheville, N. C. ;; and WalterD.

, Dead, Montclair, N. J. ,

'\ The delegates heard Raymond J. SMA S Ii E D VkWRLD REORS FOR' .
..: )Knoeppel, New York assert "Rotary : ;,-

'.- started the New Deal years ago, and ,
-.,:, now even the sophisticates have caught :" \

;. up with us." '.j'

In a paper prepared by Charles L. h
; t Wheeler, San Francisco, employerswere -

urged to develop leaders among

their own employees, through knowl-

edge of their business, rather than _/
leaving leadership to outside unions. Q
,r : Fred W. Gray, president-elect of' Rotary

In Great Britain and Ireland, said

that "if .we adhere to the motive of
I service, we will be too busy to think
about killing and destroying." "I



The trade commission charged the
I I-=
; f.: ;; Milk and Ice Cream ,institute and ten CONTOUR
, ... '
< companies making cans for cream,
milk, and ice cream with conspiring :
,, to raise prices and to suppress. con
.- petition. MORE AND TOUGHER <

'. .
The federal trade commission has -
': dismissed a complaint against the I :;!'-': '

American Smelting and Refining company .

I charging violation of the Clay-
ton act, following! contention by the GUM-DIPPED HIGH SAFEST TIRE I

,- ,",'< jurisdiction.company that' the_commission lacked' : }; ,y' STRETCH CORDS \\\ FIISTO1E I EVER BUillj

The treasury said it had' spent $57- j-: .:.' ':,-. r.. L ; ; THE New Firestone High Speed Tire for 1934 was

485,744 for unmelted scrap gold and ,. "". '-' = built to give you the same dependable service it provided

' .;.f' $49,771,000 for newly mined gold from ', ._.' f 9' for the 33 drivers who started in the torturous. 500-mile,
January 31 to June 22, Inclusive. The y
.-: '. grind at Indianapolis May 30.
,.:, ) gold, purchased by the mints and assay : ,, DEEPER x
-:-j offices, Is used backjng for the g This new tire has a wider tread of flatter contour,

currency, under the gold reserve act ::\F ':.: NON-SKID I : deeper non-skid, more and tougher rubber, giving you more

'i : of 1934. ,,,.. '- than 50% longer non-skid mileage.

--."'-, .' -. !:: LONGER f Besides being Safety Protected on the outside it is <.

.:y: Charles E. Bell, former railway adviser MORE THAN 50% Safety Protected on the inside. Eight additional pounds of ..

.''::. to the Turkish government, ti: :-. NON-SKID I MILEAGE I pure rubber are absorbed by every one hundred pounds of

;. joined the staff of Joseph B. Eastman, : ,. cords. This additional rubber surrounds every cotton fiber
federal co-ordinator of transportation. .. : inside every cord in every ply. This is accomplished by
: Bell will be
traffic assistant to Eastman
:," lie Is fifty-seven years old. soaking the cords in liquid rubber by GumrDipping, a

._ I I 1\.: -, ." Firestone patented process.
I ". ',. The farm administration has pur- Heat caused by internal friction of cotton fibers
':, :: chased 374,378 cattle in emergency ANNOUNCING destroys tires-causes separation and blowouts.

: "'' :- drouth areas of Minnesota, Wisconsin 12 MONTHS'GUARANTEE counteracts friction and heat-provides
I .: f0 and the Dakotas. The program, started 1J1.. r-/-I Gum-Dipping
eiew adhesion and strength, assuring car owners of the
: ; In an effort toaid farmers In the II greater
.::. .: drouth belt, will be broadened later. to AGAINST ALL greatest Safety, Protection and Economy that it is possible

all other emergency areas. ROAD HAZARDS* for human ingenuity to build into a tire.

S T Ani .I It A Effective today, Everyone of the 33 drivers ,at Indianapolis chose and

Rumor Firestone guarantees bought Firestone High Speed Tires. Race drivers KNOW
FIRESTONE have their complete line tire construction-they will not risk their lives or chance of!

i V Wales and Juliana been for fifteen on the coruocuttvoyoar.tanning cart In the of tires .against all victory on any other than Firestone.
c'',':. 500-milo Indianapolis Race. road hazards for 12'. .
I 'i London. Matchmakers' who have
', : MEANs'BLOWOUT PROTECTION months.lnnddition At terrific speeds the cars plunge into the treacherous
been worrying about the THIS, ,
single state
Firestone turns-tires are braced against the scorching brick track-
of the prince of Wales have gives the
to talk about. somethingpew For been seven on the consecutive tanning cars years in the industry lifetimewarranty so hot the tires fairly smoke at times-they give-yield and

Wales, who ,turned forty the ,other daring. Pikes Peah h. climb where a againstdefects stretch-every conceivable force works to tear the tire top'

day, attended a dinner-dance at the -s THIS MEANS NON-SKID SAFETY ini pieces, yet Firestone High Speed Tires "come back".on the

Dutch legation In honor of Princess AND TRACTION i workmanship and straightaways. Not once during the, entire race did a tiro fail. e
I '
Juliana of Holland, who Is in London materials. known of
have Surely this is the most amazing proof ever
consecutive years
for For
the season. I *lFien, commercial
the in the
buses of Call
beet* on the 131 SAFETY and 'Dependability. on
The prince and the princess, wbo Washington (D.CJ Roiltcoy and 'I tavice then tint an giuaantttd Extra Strength,
for 6 moral t. Service Store nearest
is twenty-five Electric ComJony.cofJerin6! Firestone Service Dealer or
have been linked In
'i marriage 11,357,810 bus miles without one
f' rumors before. For that matter, minute's delay_due to tire trouble. TODAY. Equip your car with new Firestone High Speed

f both have been mentioned 'by matchmakers THIS MEANS DEPENDABILITY Tires for 1934.
c' with nearly AND ECONOMY
every royal house
containing an eligible.
Were on tJu Wciman
f" Juliana, only child of Queen Wllhel- Ford Y-8 Truck that made a neio /
record of 67 hours % j
coast. i
n\lua and heir '
1 apparent successor to 45 minute 30 seconds aetuai' ;,z j
;.J", '-+: the throne, Is noted In Holland for her running time.
;; democracy. She Is a talented artist; THIS MEANS ENDURANCE f 1 /! >" '

; and also specialized international I

law at the University of Leyden.

it'.;: In appearance she is tall and in. DOLLAR
dined toward heaviness. MOST MILES _




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.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:--:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:. i THE CHANGE!: OP TIME: ruptcy-sign codes and chisel' are than that of accompanying, to guard W rr' >........................
:: 1 ache because business is poor. I I:against danger, the fight against his rxr IrtI
:: I calico What prophet can foretell what enemies, and when the last scene of .TACK'S FAMOUS x
wore -
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY :j ji Fifty years ago ;
changes the next fifty years will all comes and when death takes the
.. ginghams or denim; bustles, pet : Chop Suey Dinners e
:*i: :j;: ticoats, cotton stockings, high buttoned bring forth?Pahokee Philosophy.. I II master in its embrace, and his bodyis .
y shoes, ruffled cotton underwear laid'away in the cold ground, no K. Tuesday from 0:00 to 8:00. .
:;: flannel night gowns, puffs in thor EULOGY OX A DOG matter if all other friends pursue .. ri! \
.. their way, there by the gravesidemay
'. cooking, wash-
.:. the noble dog be found, his : M
BY 'i'i
: and knit-
cleaning and ironing,
ing, This address made
was years ago head between his his sad : Dinners Thursday Night Mn
:i_: RUSSELL KAY I; ted'socks and gallusses chittllns, tended made their In an old town of North Missouri, but open in alert watchfulness paws eyes, faith- .
rendered ,
own garden; : where a man had brought suit for .
y hv sausage and raised big families: ; went $200 against a neighbor who had ful and true even 'in death. n Watanabe HotelMrs. =

.:N:Nl1:N:N:N N N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:11i1:N:N IN 1/ to. church on Sunday.--were too busyto killed his dog. Senator Vest was en- -Exchange. = P. R. :Maxwell: : Prop. Nr

If you are worried about the future be sick. gaged to represent the plaintiff. He x
Men wore whiskers, derbies and said: PROCTER AXD GAMBLE: TO rxxxxrxrxxAxxxrrrrrrxxxxrrBEAUTY(
of this country and have the
stove pipe hats, ascot ties, red flan- "Gentlemen of the Jury-The best ANNOUNCE NEW CONTEST
idea that we've reached the
crazy nel underwear, big watches and human friend a man has in the world

limit of progress and advancement, chains; chopped wood for stoves; may turn against him and become his A new and unprecedented grand :.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:.
that there is nothing but grief and bathed once a week-drank lOc enemy. His son or daughter that he prize, guaranteed by the sponsors of !!
the contest to last the winner's life- i SHOP =!
hard times; take my advice and attend whiskey and 5c beer; paid taxes and has reared with loving care may

the 1934 Century of Progressin supported:: the government; spanked ,I prove ungrateful. Those who are time, will be the outstanding featureof :|=: NOW OPENy ===
the children; swapped guns, dogs, nearest and dearest to us, those whomwe a new nationwide contest to be
Chicago.If hogs and horses; rode trains, steam-I trust with our happiness and our announced shortly through newspaper y New and Complete Equipment h-.-
it doesn't restore your faith and boats, wagons or horses-went j good name may become traitor to advertisements in this newspaperand *t* *
give you a new vision of the future I over 1,800 leading weeklies :: :!:
for politics-worked twelve hours a'their faith. The money; that a man has ; -LIST OF PRICES
then you're just plain hopeless.The I day-and-lived, to a ripe old age. he may lose. It flies away from him, throughout the country by the Proctor y h
remarkable progress we have Stores burned oil lamps carried perhaps, when he needs it most. A & Gamble Company.In :$;: Shampoo & Set. 50c :;:

made in the past century, which is everything from a needle to, a man's reputation may be sacrificedin addition to the unusual grand :
so vividly and amazingly presented; steam engine trusted everybody. a moment of ill-considered action. prize, over 500 other prizes will be :|:!:: Manicure: . 40c ::;::
at this great exposition, will fade Into I never took an inventory placed orders The people who are prone to fall on awarded, it was stated. The contest .:.
insignificance when 'compared ;: for goods a year in advance their knees to do us honor when suc- will be open to all women and no spe- I ;|; Arch' '. . 30c ..:'..
with the strides that will be made never went broke or sued a custo- cess is with us may be the first to cial qualifications will be necessaryto
in the years to come. throw the stone of malice when fail- compete, it was pointed out. :|;: Eye Lash and EyeBrow :;:

An hour spent in the "House of mer.Today women wear silk stockings, ure settles its cloud upon our heads. -- y A:
Magic" will convince the most skeptical I short skirts, low shoes, no corsets, The one absolutely unselfish friend < ; $ dye . 35c g;
that in electrical science we only an ounce of underclothes, have that a man can have in this selfish J_' ,I C'iMI'. 2. r G' 0 I 'yJUSJ E y. :
have only scathed the surface. bobbed. hair; spend their money for world, the one that never deceives ,..:;Henna Packs 50c .'i'.t' .
smoke, paint and him the that Counselor and Attorney at Law -
permanent waves; one never proves ungrateful I
man Knowledge awaits only already development possessed to cre- powder; drink cocktails, play bridge, and treacherous, i.:;; his dog. I Hopkins Building | Hair Bleach 50c *

ate great new industries that will drive cars; vote, have pet dogs and "A man's dog stands by him in Wednesdays and Saturdajs" X*

give employment to countless num- go in for politics. prosperity and in poverty, in health 0:30 to 4:00 |:: Waves . $3.50 ..t.Y .
bers and bring greater comfort and :Men have high blood pressure, '' and in sickness. He will sleep on the I

happiness to all mankind. wear no hats, and some no hair; I cold ground where the wintry winds :".1.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:NNEINN:NNNHNN. . *: Oil Shampoo 45c :*_:
shave their whiskers, shoot golf, ]! blow and the snoT drifts fiercely, if I y : .-
chemistry Recent discoveries give equal promise in the field of new of bathe twice a day, drink poison, play!:only he may be near his master's side. ::: New and Used :: :Ijl:;::: Facials 1 and Facial ::::
the stock market-ride aeroplanes He will kiss the hand that has not .s.
fields for labor and industry. Old 50& 75c ..
never go to bed the same day they food to offer. He will lick the wounds I:: | Packs .;.
ideas and old methods will be :: ::
get up-are misunderstood at home and sores that' come in encounter
scrapped and the advances will improve I Henna Rinse 25c *:
"'"look to the government for sup- I with the roughness of the world. He vv v
the condition and welfare of all :: :::
classes. port-work five hours a day, play guards the sleep of his pauper mas- ?::: Set (wet) .' 25cI ..
ten, and die young. ter as if he were a prince., When all I:: BELLE GLADE :i: .:.
The startling thought that comesto Stores have electric lights, cash other friends desert he remains. :::, Set (dry) . 35c :!:
one viewing the exposition is registers, elevator?.-never have what When riches take wings and reputation I:!: FURNITURE COMPANY ::

that most of the material things in the customers wants, trust nobody- falls to pieces he is as constant : : ..' fcHRISTIAN'SBARBER:: ?::
X ::
the world today are take inventory daily, never buy in in his love as the sun, in its journey :: :: =
; Belle Glade Florida
are on the threshold of a new advance, and won't advertise-have through the;: heavens. If fortune drives S y y :;: SHOP *

era. Our great transportation systems overhead mark-up, mark-down --=-1 his master forth an outcast in the ::: Next Door To Theatre ::: y* "Y
are out of date. They must quota-budget and stock; control- world, friendless and homeless, the :: (Across from Alston's Drug) y
be scrapped and replaced and the annual and semi-annual sales-bank-! faithful dog asks no higher privilege .;.H'.N.N..N..N..N..N..N..N..N..N.N.H.N.1:.N.N...1.N..Ii.N..I...x:1:1, ..::...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.s.:
change is already under way. I
Millions of homes throughout the -

nation are antiquated. We will tear i
them down and built a new and better :

Air conditioning equipment, now I

too costly for_ the average home, will .

joy available the be even perfected past the radio.the outstanding comfort century at modest Think and a price were in it.what bungalow a provides.Two that achievements,few the these years will automobileand to permit made two en-of ': -- ..'p Z.ij; :: ,\:: '"..::\:< ;:>- : : ':i-t: --'-:: ,:: :t'i; :';;:::" ::;:

great industries have done for us, the 'f < :
employmentto ;. :
millions they have given ; ;
the comfort, pleasure and happi- 1
ness they have brought mankind. 1

progress Every in indication the field of points aviation.to rapid New : BUILD I CiTIES)

type ships and added safety devices :
will encourage its growth and tend f ) r ?' ; ;
to make flying increasingly popular, '

which in turn will demand thousandsof ,' j h One city grows rapidly and another lags behind. Sometimes ;rit' ;

fields.modern airports and landing I :1 I .lV : ,- ys{5A progress is the result of a favorable combination of natural ":;
.a No, America isn't all done. She's I :i I advantages. More often, it is the energy, foresight and civics

just starting. The future is bright, J i policy of its citizens. The community that applies the proved

not not backward.dark. We Courage are moving and faith forward will, :', I 1 methods of modern merchandising in selling its advantages ;:

hasten our progress T M1 x t l:. to the world actually gets results. For example, take two :

Millions of Americans have been F I groups of widely scattered cities right here in Florida. One '

inspired by a visit to A Century" of .' : j believed in the other didn't. the 1-:'
Progress. Everyone should see it. No i .' ; group advertising; Here are :

matter what sacrifices :you may have : : population figures, showing the record of growth: '. '.' ., -. "
to make in order to take the trip I -/ : 51"

they will prove.,justified. Don't missit. ; \ ,: :< '
/ J ADVERTISED GROUP _'_:" : : .7'
-, ; / :--' _>_-.'n' 1,045 in 1840 grew to 129,549 in 1950 \ --:)

.:,) f 1,681 in 1900 grew to 110,637 in 1930 .:;

DISCOVER NEW BEACH :,.: ; 796 in 1870 grew to 101,161 in 1930 "

The discover of a newly formed 1 I! '_:'..e, 279 in 1890 grew to 40,425 in 1930 a .
beach littered with rare shells was t :, ,',E: I 2,865 in 1890 grew to 27,330 in 1930 .
reported recently by Capt, E. E. : "
Damkohler, who was returning from _#irr j'-r- :: NON-ADVERTISED GROUP .
a fishing trip to the Cape Sable re- .
gion. The beach is about 100 miles 1,616 in 1840 grew to 10,700 in 1930 jt .
south of Fort Myers. ,ti 2,016 in 1890 grew to 10,100 in 1930 ';: '

Capt. Damkohler believes that the' \ 1 .,'; 2,790 in 1890 grew to 10465 in 1930

beach has been formed as a resultof : .. 1,708 in 1830 grew to 12,111 in 1930 .
the action of the storms duringthe "", ', 688 in 1840 grew to 12,831 in 1930 -<-, ..
past 10 or 15 years. He said '. "
that it is about seven miles long at i' .
; I Both groups are representative of coastal and interior areas.
low tide, but considerably smaller .. ?
when the tide is high. .. The results speak for themselves. This is a lesson in community -
The guide reported finding lion's \ 'ftta '! Florida Committee is.a non. that the
advertising applies to state as a whole. Allsections
paws, genonas, angel wings, Chinese::; prt>ran, non-profit organization for
of Florida deserve the I benefits of
a :state-wide advertising
tfe. of Florida's welfare
alphabets, Scotch bonnet, and otherrare :: promotion as
and<< beautiful shells. lIe added I a wWle. Study these weekly announcements program. Population and wealth come where they are

that the virgin beach had a considerably : -i carefully so that you may know, invited and where advantages are offered. We need moro
larger proportion of rare Kforida ana thus be better fitted to
people, new capital, larger consumer markets.tltementhusiasticallyto Let's invite
shells than Sanibel, which has been \1) -open te in Its future prosperity.
combed by shell hunters. I I All Florida!. I

Capt. Damkohler added that the ,
shell beach had probably been undiscovered ,. .. H

before, as it is guarded by- .
wide flats, and boats have been accustomed -I : \,
to circle wide in the gulf. c7lJ1 fToR: : E5A I
-Fort :Myers News Press. I.I J

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, of
Clewiston spent the week end visitingMr. I .COMM [ Tff-

and Mrs. W T. Beck. in Moore .
Haven. '.
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