The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00488
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00488
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Marked improvement is noted in A fireproof storage room Is being
the appearance of the City Hall, constructed.by the United States
which has been receiving a new ex- I
Sugar corporation In the northwest
terior finish of cream paint at the I
SUSTAINED IN FALL were formulated by members corner of the general office of the SCHEDULE SUNDAYAll
hands of G. H. Small and a force of
painters. The modern stucco buildingIs of the local American Legion I!f Administration building.The II

very attractive in its new finish. Post at the regular meeting Tuesday storage room which is quite
Alex J. McKenzie, 33, died in a I government dredges have been
Other buildings and homes have night at the Inn for the construction commodious, is being built to provide -
Miami hospital at nine o'clock Wednesday I placed on full time. operations and
additional safety for permanent'
been receiving the attention, of painters of a wading pool beforj the closeof I
evening, from injuries received during the summer, among them I files and records of the corporation ; will work seven days a week underQ..rders

two weeks ago when he fell ,the residences of H. J. B. Scharn-'' the summer. Definite action must in case of fire. It is being constructcd just issued by the U. S. En-

from the large 6W Monighan drag- berg, F. D. Duff and R. Y. Patterson await decision of several details, but by the carpenter crew, of which; gineer office to speed up the workon
line of which he was operator; while members feel that their goal will be Fred Hendriksen is foreman. I
the Lake Okeechobee
( engaged In construction work on the reached within a short time. project
Lake" Okeechobee levee. Mr. McKenzie The local post is composed of but Previously all work being done by
had been confined to the hos- fifteen members, however, several of the engineers and by contractors on
pital" in Miami continuously since his LOCAL, BALL TEAMS them have offered to donate funds ; this project has been on a six: day

'fall, and although it was known that [ toward the pool In order that the I schedule.The .

t his, condition was critical, his death ARE CONSOLIDATEDA financial burden would not fall too NEARS COMPLETION I order goes into effect im-

f comes as a sad shock to his many heavily upon the post treasury. The mediately and Sunday, August 19,

C friends and business associates here. I City of Clewiston has agreed"S "to do- will be the first Sunday on which
.Mr. McKenzie whose home, in nate water for the pool for five I
\ was consolidated baseball team was years With the first of the 19 govern government equipment has been operated
Miami, came to Clewiston in October I, from the date of its opening.J. ment houses being erected on govern- on the flood control project.
at meet-
of last year as one of the four organized Friday evening a E. Beardsley is in charge of the ment reservation here by Paul H. The government several weeks

I McKenzie brothers who are associat- ing of the Clewiston team and the I plans, which call for an estimated Smith of Haines City, nearing com- took over the work in division ago 2,

Ad cd in the Atlantic Dredging and Con- U. S. Engineers team, when a proposal expenditure. $230. It is expected pletion work on the grounds is being originally contracted to the Canal

s struction_ company contractors for a that the two unite for the remainder that the pool will be placed in the begun. Construction company, and has been

portion of levee north of Clewiston. of the season met a favor- city park near the water tower, and Driveways to the garages and building levee there with its own

The McKenzies are well known in the able response from those present.E. the Legion hopes that it may even- walkways to the houses are being plant and hired labor. It is, expected -

Lake Okeechobee region, having contracted W. Digges, who has managedthe tually be enlarged: to include a swim- laid out and a marl surface placedon that a leased dredge, the "Gen-

work for the state road department Engineers team since its formation ming pool for adults. them, material from the old experimental eral" of the Arundel corporation will

in Okeechobee and High- was elected president of the I dyke section being utilized be placed on this work within a few

lands counties several years ago, and Clewiston Baseball Club... Other of- for this purpose. weeks. The "General" is now at

having during 1932 and 1933 built ficers are Charlie Miner, business The reservation gives promise of Norfolk, Virginia. Should it be placed

the grade for the new road from manager, Andrew Berry, secretaryand Old Theatre Building being a very attractive addition to on the Lake project in division 2, it

I Moore Haven to the cross state highway treasurer, Jack Baker, team the residential section of Clewiston. will make a total of three large suction '

10 miles west of Clewiston.The manager and Cy Cruze, field captain.It Being Torn DownThe Although using only three basic floor dredges engaged on the project.

deceased is survived by his* is the intention of the present ( plans the exteriors have been variedto The "General" is similar to the

widow, and two sons, T. J. and Ches- organization to '''book as many home old theatre building locatedon avoid a monotony In the general "Gulfport" and "Welatka," both

ter Alex, one daughter Eugenia, his games as possible for the remainderof the highway and adjoining the appearance. The interiors are government owned_dredges.

mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. A. the season, and the team expressed rear of the Clewiston Supply com-I' finished in colors selected by those I Framework has been erected this: .

J. McKenzie of Miami, three brothers, its willingness to meet all com- pany's building has ben torn down who will occupy each house. week for a new warehouse for the;

F. A. McKenzie of Lakeland, Eugeneand ers. Four teams who owe a return by workers this week The propertyis i It is expected that all houses will I. U. S. Engineers and its construction

Arthur McKenzie of Miami, and game to Clewiston players, are to' be owned by Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kluttsof b.e ready for occupancy 6y the middle is going forward steadily. The new

one sister, Mrs. Charles Gonzalez of contacted at once in an effort to Moore Haven who formerly oper-i of September. uilding Is located just north of the

i Miami. The four brothers and their schedule early games 'on the home ated a" silent movie in the building.The present warehouse and on the same

families have been residing In Clew- field with them. St. Petersburg, Ft. theatre has been unused for Plan for Speed Tourney property. It will be of corrugated! Iron
I' Jston since the beginning of their Lake Placid
Stuart and are
Myers the past few years and had been con- construction thirty feet wide and
work in this vicinity. being invited this 'week to schedule demned as. unsafe. It had fallen in At Daytona Beach seventy feet long.. New and bulky

Funeral services are being held this games here in the near' future.N poor state of repair and was unsightly equipment has been added to the government's

(Friday) afternoon at Stanton Memorial The new team expects to make a as well as a fire hazard.Mr. machinery at work In thli

Baptist Church in Miami, with good showing for the balance of the Klutts has no present plars DAYTONA BEACH Aug. 16.- vicinity and the space provided by .

the 'Gautier Funeral Home in charge. summer, as much strength has been for rebuilding, on the location. .. City officials of Daytona Beach are the ,present warehouses .and shops ha3

:" .of arrangements. :. gained by.the.e. M9.11.cliQninr" "" '" : been insufficient ,,_ ._ ... ,
I f 6 ffif I.-Ji -r; i..I1"Ij.t'r. ::: : : lrfL I' ., -developlrvg=i>lana-far-rwln-ter': '.racing '- -?ct. ,
i ..... \ The News will print the schedule'In ----. events on' their world famous racing

advance as soon. as dates can be' beach.A .

I Would Make Florida I determined. I Thief Enters Church; virtual speed tournament may Governor Sholtz Will

'i' 1 be held during the coming season:

First With Airports GREATER DEVELOPMENT OF Steals Small Sum Cash Mayor Armstrong, now in Washington Attend Legion MeetingMIAMI

expects to consult officials of
the AAA with regard to contactingFord
TAMPA, Aug. 16.-FNS-Major
I A thief, who probably would be
and Chrysler who may attempt i iI Aug. 16.-(FNS)-Cover-
A. B.:' McMullen, manager of the aviation Florida's salubrious climate and voted the meanest to operate in
to build racing cars which will try nor Sholtz has notified officials ot
1 division of the State Road Department -. favorable soil conditions make this Clewiston, entered the Community I I I II American
to bring back the racing record to the the Leg on-1934 conven-
In a conference here with state adapted to the cultivation of a Church sometime during the past I I, United States. I tion organization here, that he plansto
I of tropical and week and stole the "birthday money" '
division' superintendents and engineers very great variety Heading the list of famous drivers be present during most of the Legion
I ) sub-tropical fruits. It Is said that at from a jar on a table before the al-]T[
,',outlined a comprehensive plan will be Sir Malcolm Campbell, Brit-; convention program.
else in the church
time there growingand tar. Nothing was
present are '
Ish speed king, who has already accepted "
i Governor ShoHz'stated that the-
of aviation development designed to I fruiting in the state not less than disturbed. II
hip BlueBird
the invitation to race
rtate cannot help but enjoy many
place-Florida. : ahead of all other statesin 150 tropical fruits. More than half When Rev Furgess and others en-
the fastest car on earth on the lasting: benefits from the visit to this:
fields of these are not grown in any other tered the Church Sunday morning I I
landing ,
airports, emergency Daytona speedway: this winter. Fred state of the thousands of Legion-
state In the United States. i to prepare for the opening of Sunday I
airways and airway markers. die Dixen, English racer who iccent-. naires. Every city and town In th'
Only relatively small proportionof School the jar was in its accustomed i
Work has been started on more ly purchased Kay Don's Silver Bullet state should take advantage of thi ;
the table but was empty.It
the 150 tropical fruits are being place on
than 60 new fields and improvements l may also try for a speed record opportunity to "sell" Florida to our
commercial is estimated that it ,contained be-
in quantities. Nol!
grown here. City officials art trying to interest said.
have been made on 34 addi-, The thief visitors, the governor >
doubt there are others which tween $2.50 and $3.00.
I I many
tional fields during recent months. I Italian and French racers in. Plans are being made throughout
entered removing a screen .
could be more widely, and had by
Every effort is being made to com- grown making speed trials.Arrangements 'I''the state for special entertainment 3r
which deserve greater development.A I from a window in the rear of the iI
plete ,the work In a 60 day period.In I I miscellaneous tropical church.As have been made to features for Legionnaires en route '
on accord Campbell all possible a'com- to the convention. It h estimate
addition to the field work, 200
is the custom in a great num-
and sub-tropical fruits of Florida, issued ;
airway markers have been placed I modations when he attempts to est- that there may bo 40,000 motor car;;
by the Agriculaural Experiment ber of Sunday Schools each member,
throughout the state and plans are ablish a new world's record. A fully passing along the- highways boun.tfor
the following his birthday
Station at Gainesville, describes the on Sunday
policed course will be provided and Miami the October con-
under way to increase the number to I during
maki gift to the
: a "birthdayjar"
most important of these minor fruits :
official AAA timing machine -vill be vention. Committees along the way
700. It is the plan of the departmentto
of for each of
for culture. one penny year
and suggests pointers installed to clock his speed. I hound to air materially from
have the state as clearly marked are ;
I Some of these fruits, notably the his age. This money ,forms part of '
for air. travel .as by road, making it papaya, are coming into considerable the .church's gift to missions. the visit of. such an army of motor-
virtually Impossible for pilots to get little attention MIDWESTERN FISH JUST j ists.
'f off their course or crack up through prominence recently.and receiving Dr. John no Harvey- CAN'T TAKE IT; NEED HELP! | Florida cities havinG points of interests -
tb offer the Legionnatie who
inability to find a landing field.
i Kellogg of Battle Creek Sanitarium: SILVER SPRINGS
Major McMullen recently returned are The fish just can't take it. That'swhy plan to tour the state lowing the
fame and other national figures
I from a trip through the middle choked convention, are being asked to for-
the iA train half a mile long would be Midwestern lakes are
I emphasizing the value'of papaya
'west where he found widespread in-I citrus fruits and avocados in the diet. required to haul away the chemical with flourishing algae. I ward literature to the informationstaff
terest In Florida's aviation lakes and in Miami who in turn will distribute -
development. I in the compounds and solids in solution In Increasingly Midwestern
"During the last years
He expressed the belief that become choked with the data to the visitors
.treatment of several hundred patients the water Issuing from Silver Springs ponds have'
the coming; winter would witness a I suffering from various forms of every 24 hours. aquatic growth, to such an extent I

heavy increase In plane travel to this 1 chronic diseases, I have made large Bulletin No. 1 of the state geological property owners have begun to

state. I use of Florida's tropical fruits and survey states: "The water of Silver scratch worried heads. And It's all Marine Spring Found

Springs contains 274' parts solids fault, W. H. Chute, director
found them Invaluable aids in com- .' the fishes' Beach'
Tampa Regiment TrainsAt \bating the various nutritive disorders per million parts of water. Silver I -of' Chicago's Shedd aquarium Near Daytona

generated by the deficiencies and redundancies Springs is estimated to flow a little '
Fort Screven, GeorgiaTAMPA of the current Americandiet more than three million pounds of I says."Fish feed on the tender plantsbut DAYTONA BEACH, Aug. 16,- ..

," says Dr. Kellogg. water per minute (368,913 gallons). in many cases the growth is so (FNS-The discovery of a marine

These tropical fruits of Florida de- The interior of Florida is thus being rapid the fishes can't keep the crop spring, bubbling up from the watera

:,{ Aug. 16.-(FNS)-Officers -il serve attention and a certain amount carried Into the ocean through Silver clipped," he said. "Growth is faster of the Atlantic ocean, three miles off

,-: ': of the 328th Infantry, Flor- of promotion. However, extravagant I Springs at the rate of more than 340 than their appetites of Matanzas inlet was reported this

.l...':..... ida's reserve regiment, began a ; claims are nearly always made in pounds per minute or about 600 tons Algae, botanists explain, Is the week] by State Geologist Herman
strenuous two weeks active duty]I connection with the promotion of I per day." green, mossy plant that covers sub Gunter, who in company with U. S.

. : training at Ft. Screven, Ga., this tropical fruits-as with other things A four-year table of discharge: I marine rocks and trails luxuriously geological engineers spent come time

week. being exploited-and these always rebound -I measurements from Silver Springs through the water giving it that cool inspecting the phenomenon.
.": ':.: '- Col. Harry C. Culbreath, Tampa, in harm rather than good for prepared by tile U. S. geological survey -I I shady look. Water taken from the spring was

: where the regiment maintains head the industry. I shows a maximum of 551,000 anda I I But vacationists think it spoils salty and sulphurous Mr. Gunter said.

quarter, Is commander of the regi- With the expansion of now minor I minimum of 230,000 gallon: per |; beaches and fishermen have discovered The spring Is nearly 100 yards in

ment. More than 50 officers are participating tropical fruit industries, the incometo minute. The chemical analysis! of Sil' it sometimes becomes so thickit diameter in the surface. This: areais

in the training at the Geor- the state could be materially sup- ver Springs water shows a total of kills fish. So they are waging as placid as a millpond amid the .

gia post. plemented. But conservative devel- 593.92 parts per million In mineral |i,: war on It."Though. surrounding white caps of the ocean.

--- opment should be the rule. compounds or more than twice as ] fish are good algae The depth of the spring was estimated .
; ; Out in Minnesota and North Da- much" as the solids in solution, makI'ing L fighters,'the best artificial means is at 150 feet.

" kota they got rain right after President -i I a total of 3,804,000 pounds of copper"sulphate," Chute sated. "But

Roosevelt left. What chance II One thing nice about the income minerals ,and solids or 63 freight carloads I too great quantities of the chemical The amount of business done by
f.,, have the republicans against luck (tax is that they can't take anything!' discharged by Silver Springs arc Inimical to many fishes and will any concern depends largely upon

like that?--Ft. Myers News-Press. away unless you make something. i J every 24 hours.-Ocala Banner. I II kill them." the amount of advertising: they do.fi .







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"And who was Solomon?" asked the, '____7 WALK 1 Ai
school teacher
"An ancient king," said little

"And did he have many wives?", she

continued. (

"Yes, a hundred," replied Johnny. r :,/
"And why was Solomon the wisest
man in the world?" she went on. r9 -.

"Because he had so many wives to I&ii ( ) -1q; ;
advise him" said Tommy.-Answers

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jicnig'IH FER YEZ ll

"Do you really think I married you .x

for your money?" LtSTEM-
"Well, the way the money has been '
going it looks;: suspicious." / ) I'LL Go

Indicative of the child's horizon Is wALK- every mother keeps in mind
the story about Steve and the Lord's all the time quite how important a
Prayer. Steve the small son of Mr. m weetern NewnD&per tYnlon I little girl's frocks are. Of course she

tad Mrs. Fremont Chandler, was should look pretty every day of her

taught by his mother to say the prayer young life that goes without
and when she suggested he repeatIt THE FEATHERHEADS Choicer saying! But don'tOU; remember

at bedtime, Steve said: '""'- Tj.j-! your "little girl" frocks? Well, BettyLTou -
"Deliver us from measles. -. :' r .' SO
"No, Steven, it's 'Deliver us from '_ HERE SO SOOM. IT }11( -f4A SHACK OUR Here is a charming thing for her to

evil," corrected his mother gently. .. WE-'LL ? recall. Epaulets that flare crisply '
The 'child thought that over a sec- .". ;.,. COME over ;youthful shoulders and turn

ond, then, showing an admIrable desire .------- H3 GO UP To THE Into a little cape in the back >. .
for establishing values, asked: lr > @J L JCMI! 692J'fM BUHCrALOWTMlS neat, trim pleats which look smart
"Well, Is evil worse than measles?" ELEVAT&Q.'I\KJ2& \ F. and permit a girl to play to her

-Chicago Tribune. c- ril heart's content. Lovely. (in swiss or. '
r dimity or voile..

His Reward I Pattern 1013 is available In sizes

Little Freddie came from school C, S, '10, 12, and '14. Size 8 takes 2%.
frown. yards 3G-inch fabric and 3% yards
wearing a puzzled
"Grandpa," he said, "when did you edging Illustrated step-by-steo sew-
become grandpa?" ing instructions Included.
"When you were born, sonny," said g1r1l Send FIFTEEN CENTS: (15c) I In
the old fellow. > coins or stamps (coins preferred) for

"And if I had not'been born, would this pattern. Write plainly name,
address and style number. BE SURE
you never have been a grandpa?
asked the boy. TO STATE SIZE.
"I don't suppose: so," grandpa re- Address orders to Sewing Circle
plied. Pattern Department, 243 West Sew
0 enteenth Street, New York City
"Then' what are you going to give
me for it?"
(15 \iT --' $20SAY AREUTTHERE
k Excellent Reason
Covered AUD'VAS I AMY'GOODPLACES BUT THE Her father gravely surveyed th"
"I'm sorry'," said the diner, who: LUCK'f'ro! HERE LIVE N W.'x -
bop.d'to with it, "but I NATIVES young
: get away T FOR ARE
asking :
"So, he said, "you are
.1 haven't any money to pay for that $ 2O A WEEK RASo, lAL_ ? INEM, 7NEMSELVES the hand of my daughter?"

meal."That's all right," said the cashier. k c--: EiIj1JI IHfi a The young man nodded nervously
"Can you wash, darn, sew, nurse
"We'll write your name on the wall
I a o / : c children,and keep house?" asked fa-
and you can pay the next time you .
Ilww/r, ther.
come in.. i iq
"B-b-but should I need to do
t "Don't do that. Everybody who
?" the suitor stammered.
those things
J comes In will see it. '
daughter can't, saidthe
"Oh, no, they won't. Your overcoat "Because my
will be hanging over It." other.

Pictorial Inspiration
Much Needed "What is your objection to jazz
; Mrs. N'extdoor-My daughter has arranged music?"

a little piece for the piano. "I have no objection to the, music,"
Old Grump-Goodl I It's about time answered :Miss Cayenne. "But some -

we had a little peace. C of the dances that go with it suggest .. '

( western Newspaper Union / / 1 \\\\R\\\ that you are supposed to stop and -
f NO CHANGE look, but not to listen."

There's Money in It HAS THE SNAP Grand Finale

"Did you know that I had taken. up 1 They were invited out to dinner. It
'' G ::30 and she laid out his
story'writing as a career? was : p. m.
"No. Sold anything: yet?" dress suit.
"Yes; my watch, my saxophone and The hours, sped onward and' still he
my overcoat."-Barksdale;: News. did not put in his appearance. It was
11:30 and she laid out his pajamas.
Slowly the midnight hours draggedon.
Taste for Luxury"Is
At 3:30 she heard him coming
,1 the new sheri!! popular?"
f home at last.
"Not very," answered Cactus Joe."We've .
I Then she laid him out.
mad the jail so cozy and comfortable -
that he just wants to sit 6a
around and have it all to himself." LANDSCAPER
"Do you get a vacation this ;year?" I "This party advertises for a snappy, CALL THE
"Yes." PROFESSIONAL speedy chauffeur."
.-'What do ;you intend to do with It?" "Think I'll try for it." i r
''Turn it over to my wife as usual." "Better stick a little court-plaster on

your face when you apply; for the
Some Change job." '

Mr. N'cvcrwed-Does your wife treat

you the same as she did before. you Fruits
were ,married? ,
Caller-And how Is your dear little
Mr. Peck-Not exactly. Before we p Fh used to be so r. Jf t
boy? I remember he .1.
were married when I displeased her I
fond of apples.Molhct'Yes. I. .1.I
she refused to speak to me. \ he was, but lately he I I Vr

seems to be much more Interested in 1 #

Tough peaches and ,dates. "Going to plant potatoes in -your
Diner-What's this leathery stuff
Waiter-That is fillet of sole, sir. Professor-What.! you do in garden?"
Diner-Well, take;: It back to the the case of a person eating poisonous Sounds From the Parlor "I thought I would, but when I
loud smack. looked the way to do It I found
kitchen and see if you can't find men mushrooms? Catherine-That was a up
r nice piece of upper with the but- Student-Recommend a change of Kathryn-Yes, I think he got it on that potatoes have to be planted ID
tons off. diet the jaw. hills, and our yard Is perfectly flat.






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ever resulted from such practices.The .
Howe About: Man Without Power to use of fire to produce rain for

was ntrongly advocated SO or 00 BiliousnessSour
r' and this
years ago suggestion con-

Start RainfallMany tinues to bob up from time to time. Stomach
Silerius' Third Wife or Stop This method, Doctor Humphreys Gas and Headachedue

Unsuitable Marriages says, is correct In principle, but the
6P--- cost of a fire big enough to break a to

\ ow Cruelty of War drouth would be prohibitive. ConstipationLET

I ; Bell s'ndlcate.-WNU Service. suggestions for stopping the standing the fact that there may be

i//r, ___ . . . . severe drouth of 1034 came In to the enough moisture In the air to pro- Doesn't Seem Sensible

I By ED HOWE United States weather bureau the duce rain. Father-I am obliged to punish you
last few weeks. Just as many are receIved Obviously, Doctor Humphreys and it will pain me. S

t IN IIIS memoirs with Slleriu his! third tells wife most, for stopping floods In times of points out, radio, which neither has- Johnny: -But, father, if you've

his relations excessive rainfall. In fact, a single tens nor retards evaporation and done nothing wrong, why pain yourself -
the whole
which he confesses were on .. causes for example, the wide use of does not cool the air oi' In any way ?-Cente Nostra.
more agreeable than with the other radio, Is often advanced for both promote condensation of the mois- I

four. (Details as to his marriages are drouth and flood. No device jet developed ture in the air, cannot be a factor In

shadowy, as though some of them were by man Is of any practical' promoting or hindering rainfall. End Blackheads

failures, but he seems to have been value In starting or stopping rain, Electrical devices, prinkling the

married five times, and It is of his according to Dr. W. J. Humphreys, clouds with dry Ice, starting large a

third he speaks most in many references of the weather bureau. fires, and setting off loud explosions And SaUovl Skin
and the
to marriage, women Nature's method of making rain, among the other rain-making schemes

family life generally). Doctor Humphreys explains, is first suggested, either do not work or cost
fault to find with VJeeks Quicker
Silerius had no to get an abundance of water Into too much for practical use.
; tills third woman, although he Is very the atmosphere by evaporation from All of the electrical schemes investigated -
r: others of It is so now to clear black- HIM
severe in references to some easy away
r _water surfaces Ice surfaces, growing by the weather bureau, Doc- heads freckles have
to have had no coarseness; to.
r her sex. She seems vegetation, and damp soil and then tor Humphreys. says, are utterly use- smooth, white, flawless new beauty. is BE FREE
l faults he did not regard as natural, ,.- .., _
to squeeze it out by lowering the less. ;:;;;:; ; Just begin tonight with
be because / "I d. : }' FROM ..
and therefore to forgiven famous Nadisola Bleaching -
temperature. Sending cooling substances up Into '" : r
of her many virtues. Ordinarily there Is enough moIsture the clouds to catr''e rain, he adds, Is !..,...' -.. Cream, tested and WORMS
: trusted for over a
i discovered his third
'. Once Silerius In the ,air to provide! at least a about a century old. Even liquid airhas y. : ": ,o/..,'i eration. The minute rourr.
wife was jealous of him, and was as- moderate rainfall whenever the I been tried. This plan however ., smooth it on, Nadinola
machinery .,.-.<..- \ Whenever you decide to free
t tonished. "She knew at our mar- for Its condensation Into I I is wrong in principle, and no rain hasT begins to clear, whiten child from Worms or
l riage," he wrote, "that I had lived the .. .:< ." ::: and smooth your skin.Tan .
raindrops is working right. This machinery :. .. Tapeworm, get the medicino
r life of a goat. Why should she be : ,:Wi and freckles, mud-
calls for the proper distribu- .....yihf. dy, sallow color vanish that will drive them out with
Jealous? It seemed to me unreason- tion and movement of air masses dif- PARKER'S ..}ifP y. quickly.'You see day-by- one single dose.
able that she was, since I actually pre-. ; until
fering In temperature and density. HAIR BALSAM f. '% J''J! day improvement
ferred her to all others in an enormous .iI" ./ '. your skin is all you long Dr.peely's'DEAD SHOrVermifugeO
In other words, when a normal .., DondrafT-StopaHalrFalllnc ,.'. ,. .
f competition. Women live sheltered Imparts Color and for; creamy-white, satin- yrc
movement of atmospheric "highs"and Beauty to Mtn8a .HairlllOMxChem. smooth, lovely. No disappointments;
I lives: possibly there is reason 60c and{[ : t
"lows" Is and'a for results. za
Interrupted rela- no long waiting Money-
i" r'' .Wk ,.PntchogQg., N.T,
U t. for jealousy among men, but if I were tively stagnant atmospheric condi- back guarantee.' Get a large box: : of
FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in
"' a woman, I do. not believe I would be tion is established and persists for connection with Parker's Hair Balsam.Makes the I Nadinola Bleaching Cream at toilet
.. jealous of a reasonably wellbehavedhusband. a hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or at drug- counters, or by mail,postpaid, only 50c. COo a bottle at druggists or
unfairness long time, drouth develops, notwith gists.Hiscox Chemical Works Patchogue,N.Y. NADINOLA, Box: : 14, Paris, Tenn. Wright's nil Co., 10O Gold St., N.Y. City.
This may be :

I frequently find I am unfair after 1
,. have striven to live as an honest man : *, : 4.1 ; -r.- 4 : Ux
: ';' In thought and action." .
.* y y. t
/ O U
'. i
A strange woman lately wrote me a 1

strange letter. At the age of twenty- 4

:: four she held a position in which sM 111I
_> gave satisfaction, and In which there
w was every prospect of promotion. In
defiance of advice from friends, and
;' of her own judgment, she married.

=; The husband was a palpable third ;

rater Again, and she she secured divorced a good him.position; ., : / ? ,,, ;,

again she married a man she, might
I ,
have known was worthless. This time '
her friends were disgusted, and she .
i .. has' joined the unemployed. ? Ia/JIIiJciA M Mt

1 have
One of the strangest things
.I I
: encountered in life is the manner In I IE

-_:' which many women rush into unsuitable -

: I marriages. Everyone understandswhy

men are so crazy about women, 1 I
but 1 have never been able to understand -

':/l.: why women are equally crazy

about men. It seems to me that were

<. I young, and a woman, I could consider .t

I : marriage with considerable pa-
'tience. Intelligence and caution.
I d'r \
i The red lantern signal Is usually
I {b hung on unsuitable husbands and
wIves, as It is on dangerous bridges.


An old German is reported as say IL
; Ing: "When our sons mowed down T ff t l / TREAD ;
,. thousands of French! and won the l>..1ttie drestofe ;'
we shouted and drank! beer. J i DEEP CUT NON-SKID I,

I ,,} When the French killed our sons, they '1 1 1r y
"cheered, and drank wine. When my I t :'r

son- marched away to fight, I stood BROAD HUSKY
In the streets of this town and cheered.
A letter my son wrote just before he

was killed said he had lived in France

'I two years, and liked the French, and
: they liked him." In additionto 1 4il t .

the unnecessary killing and hate, (4 ,. imf1y
; .
the war Impoverished the world.

::.' Wouldn't you think anyone TQ
'., 't could understand the moral! of this Inc EQUAL OR SUPERIOR TO ANY FIRST QUALITY TIRE BUILT

: considering the next war? 1 } f, REGARDLESS OF NAME BRAND BY WHOM
j i IJ ,
-: !;, What Is the lesson of the moment, ,
the hour, the century, or of all time?
'i I believe It is the dangerous and grow-
.., ",: ing power of politicians, the press l
and radicals, all representing minorities 4.40-21
and the cowardice of the, majority T. and enthusiastic acceptance of the new Firestone i;Jf!!75 REDUCED:

"- 't.: In refusing to enforce necessary Century Progress Tire started a tremendous wave of buying that is ;;;l) PRICES TIME rORLIMITEO ONLYI

:<" decency. keeping the Firestone factories running twenty-four hours a day to meet YOUSAViOH YOUS4ViON
sat OlD
f ,: The habit men have of being artificial this huge demand. 4.10.21.. $$.75 S .90 S3.60
.t 1 t; far ,back over-sentimental as Roman times, is ,very Silerius old. was As We knew that car owners would replace their thin-worn, dangerous 4.5G-20., 7.C6.10 .96 3.81
T.3 .
1.01 4.01
:: of tires if they could what they wanted in tire the they wanted 6.30
I I weary artificial things, and wrote get a at price 4.75-1, .. l 6.70 1.08 4.32
;;A", that they so !bored him he dreaded to to pay. We found the answer through ten million visitors to the Firestone 5.00.19. ,4 7.20 1.14 4.56
. go on the streets. In the Roman
Forum, when a young man used fine Factory at the World's Fair last year. We' asked them-"What do you 5.2-18 :7' 8.OO8.8O 1.27 5.08

.. I ('eloquence to make false promises. .Si- value most in a tire?" -and their answer was "Give us Blowout 5.25-21.5.5G-17 1 1f,.. 5 8.75 1.40 1.40 5.60 5.60

tired lerius to walked his study.wearily The away last, and year re of Protection, Non-Skid' Safety, and Long Wear, at a moderate price." S.5G-18 1 .9 9.05 1.40 5.60

his life he spent In writing his raemoirs Drive in to the Firestone Service Dealer or Service Store today! s.oOl9 S.5G-19ILD Eta.4'E 3.0. 11.20 2.02 1.83 8.08 7.32

(page, 182)and I find in the this second observation! volume!: Equip your car with these new Firestone Century Progress Tires, with 7.00.20 R.D. 19.83 12.45 17.20 2.73 10.92

. "Writing: men have so tired the pea the massive flat tread, deep-cut nonskid, broad husky shoulders, and OTNEN STrtf Peoro.TOP, ATIIY LOW

:' -pie with unnatural thiiTgs, I have concluded Gum-Dipped cords. Tire will be low
prices probably never again as as
i may please by being
: .t natural and simple in writing my rec they are today. At these unusually low prices for first grade tires, we LOW-PRICED I FIELD I
i. ?';".;-:"i ollections. I may thus 'at least put make it easy for you to buy not only one tire, but a complete set.
:: down what one man actually thoughtand For those car owners who need new

;.'_.>. experienced during a long life; And Remember -=- with every tire you are protected by the tiro safety at a very low price the

men have become so untruthful In new. Firestone Triple Guarantee Firestone Courier Typo tiro has no equal -

'r seeking: : truth that my method may, at these extremely low prices. ,

Indeed, prove to be something new, -for Unequaled Performance Recordsfor
and better recommend work."
This seems to have been my a mistaken I Life Against All Defects "restoRe

.: opinion. Although Silerius wrote with ... -for 12 Months Against All Road Hazards COURIER TYPE

great simplicity and frankness, Marcus (Six Month in Commercial Service) SIZE PRICES
Aurelius, a contemporary writing withso
much labor and obscurity that crite A ee how Firestone Tires are made i | listen to the Voice of Firestone-Featuring |i 4.40-21_ $4.45
$ Ics now say he is not understandable, Oil' at the Firestone Factory and II Il0 I 0\I II Gladys Sicarthout-Every Monday Night l\9\I spa 4.50-21 4.7519SOxSVz: = 4 5.20.9t>>

Is more popular. The natural use of 'I Exhibition Building World's FaIr ''I over N. B. C.-WE A F Network 3.65

"J... .. writing would seem to be to truthfully Other i>icaProportionately

record credits and ,debits, In books of t loieTHE

\".. history as well as In account books, / /
but somehow we have decided other

wise. ,




Clewiston News construction. And since it was impossible ments will recall their names at j was fully as important as Bill was, ;
'GOUSECounselor ( I
to complete the hurricane tion time. Fred Cone of Lake City 'I too. ac L I

gate structures in front of a few another of Russell's possibilities. I We have been dashing around between ?

Published every Friday in Clewiston, towns, the "bottling up" of any pop- er Tomasello, last Speaker of showers and flashes of light- and Attorney at Law.

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, ulated locality has been avoided by House, started running too ning this week to gather the news, Hopkins Building.

Inc. leaving a long strip of the proposed State Senator J. Turner Butler, i our spirit has been dampened by the Wednesdajs and Saturdays ,

levee immediately joining the gates Jacksonville, C. M. Durrance, also I scarcity of news and the abundance 0:80 to 4:00
Keathley Bowden, for future construction. This is true Jax, Pat Whitaker, and W. I of showers.
of the situation in both Moore Hav- Petteway of Tampa, Dwight By the end of summer a definite

Entered as second class mail matter en and Clewiston. of Ft Lauderdale, who hopes line of distinction will be drawn be- Watches. Clocks, Jewelry

February 1, 1927, at the Post Several citizens of Moore Haven will be the 1935 speaker, T. I' tween two social classes-those who Rear or

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under demanded. an explanation and charged -J I Futch, of Leesburg, last president went to the Fair and those who stay- Clewiston Drug. Company "

the Act of March 3, 1897. that the policy of construction now I the Senate, Grady Burton of ) ed at home.

underway: greatly increased the dan-] chula, who has done some With these parting words, our Jewelry Repairing i

Subscription rate, $2.00 per :year. ger of that town to storm damageand investigating as state's meandering for the week is over. W. H. MERRITT '
Advertising rates on application. requested that the levee between ;( John S. Taylor of Largo, J. F. WATCHMAKER: & JEWELER '

advancement Moore Haven and the lake be com-, of St. Pete, Spessard Holland of "If speculation went mad in the CLEWISTON FLORIDA

Devoted to the pleted before the 1934 storm sea- tow, Walter W., Rose, Orlando, last years of the 'twenties, it does
and Hendry P. O. Box 5121
welfare of Clewiston
son. Obviously the latter request was Carter, Tallahassee, Pete not mean that we shall find salva-

County. an impossibility, and the explanationof and Jas. M. Carson of Miami, tion by paralyzing security marketsor "We Are Here To Stay" i .

---- the Chief of Engineers proves B. F. Paty of West Palm Beach inhibiting new captial issues now."

Extra! Extra! Quintuplets discov- that theircharges were founded on plete the list of those whom \ -.Owen p. Young.

qufruup- a misunderstanding of local condi-. Kay finds as possibilities.
ered In Fort Pierce. It was
Jet..cars of corn, though. tions. What, Russell, no Clewiston Any business concern that expectsto ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
So that the residents of the Lake didate? keep the business it now has REQUEST

Okeechobee area may have correct information Incidentally)", as though! must, keep advertising.
If you feel that it's ImposMb'c: to C. E. ST EBEL
this important point,
properly reform the movies thinkof on didn't find enough, Kenneth

the millions of fans whose favorites we are glad to reprint the following linger adds fcur other' Miami NOTICE Electrical

are such wholesome charactersas letter from General Pillsbury to sibilities, Senator John W. -- Contracting

Shirley Temple, Will Rogers, and Senator Fletcher clearing' up the mis- Dan Chappell, Mayor E. G. NOTICE is hereby given that the PHONE 2121

of course, the beloved Marie Dressler. understanding: and former Mayor R. B. Gautier. undersigned will -on the 7th day of PAHOKEE, FLORIDAI

September A. D. 1934 apply to th
-- File No. 7402 (Okeechobee Lake) 118 I
An exchange says you have willpower Hon. George W. Whitehurst, Judgeof Agent for
August 8, 1934. . . ::. ._: . the Circuit Court and
in for Hen-
w w
If you can meet a friend witha w
cold without offering your favor- United States Senate, dry County, Florida, for license to

ite remedy. Another test is to refrain D. C. become a free dealer. RANGES AND
Washington, RAMBLINGS.
from predicting what is going to hap- My Dear Senator: MRS. EDITH GREENBERG. APPLIANCESBBBBBBBBBBflBBBBBHflflBBflBflEB

pen In Germany. In your letter of July 18, 1934, you Louis 0. Gravely, __.

enclosed'correspondence' from Honor- ':....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:wwww: Attorney for Petitioner.No. .....it:
Babe Ruth,. whose batting average 38-Aug. 17, 24, 31, Sep. 7. .
able D. S.V'eeks, of Moore Haven. S'
this Is lower than life Have you ever seen Clewiston i
year average of D
Fla., and Mr. :John S. Cottrell, of

the Detroit club, has announced that the same place, pointing out the need I the early dawning don't ? If you '.:..:..:-:--:_: :..:...:..:..:..:..:..: : :. :..:..:..:_: : :..:..:..:. B g JACK'S FAMOUS g
probably of
this Is his last active season. The you know much -
for extending the dikes to the east : Dinners
Chop Suey
Bambino knows when it's time to step activity that's going on then in I a
and west of Moore Haven, Fla., to ; Latest Equipment a
down. home 'town.There's .
provide protection for that city, and y .z..; A Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:00 :
-- pointing out that until such pro- an amazing number of >: In t A II

The Arcadian says folks whocouldu't tection Is provided the City of Moore ple going to work at an early := :: a :il'1;C1Ah HHUlI.1' :tilh.lhi a
take a vacation ,think it'shot Haven is seriously exposed to hur Folks here have jobs and they ::2 I i: HIGH PRESSURE p =

in Florida. Those who went else up early to get busy on them. : imlC'r: 'lltur:,.ila1Binh, i H :
ricane damage. I Ir I e :|i= GREASING :|_: .., .. ,.
where found out it's not. An increas- now have a report from the Di- have smiles on their faces tI!1 --- --- .- -' -' B

ing number each year (and we joined vision Engineer, Gulf of Mexico Di- they are contented, realizing y Vlatanabe Hotel-II
tt :
S -for all :S!:
the procession this cars
summer) are vision. The construction of levees here every able bodied man
picking out a delightful :\JI'S.\ l+'. It. \laxwc1!. i'rol;], :
spot in the along the south shore of Lake Okee- wants work can find it. ?

cool state of Florida and vacationing chobee has been advanced as rapidly The trek from Harlem begins :;: "CORRECT, LUBRICATION :S!?: 1 anlramrangr>are>Rrrrrrrrrrrra II
at home. .
I as possible with the funds avail too. Cars,come in crowded with -} ACCORDANCE WITH $

able, as the conditions .of local co- complexions, some men, some z: ; :ININN. :--W. ;..;..;.:NNNY.NNMN. . :..:
Diamond ball CAR MANUFACTURER'S :$:
players, Warning! <
I operation have been met, and the en, and there are dozens walking s :
The Broward county officials got the program has been planned ,with the ,too. I> RECOMMENDATIONS" ::: New and UsedFURNITURE ::
diamond ball > ..
craze. Results
: County
protection of the more populatedareas All manner of delivery trucks
Judge has foot in cast, school super- I such Moore Haven Tho proper grease for all parts :> !
as Clewiston astir early to leave supplies at :!: ::
intendent a torn ligament in %
'arm, ::
South Bay, Belle Glade and Pa- establishments, bread, beer and of jour air. .-.
the tax assessor a, broken finger and I hokee, as the dominant feature. How- not. And truly Clewiston must be :j< ? I

a clerk a dislocated shoulder. The s .*. The Cost to You Is No :More: ..j.
ever the protection of the entire south the truck lines: what a junction >
sheriff escaped injury: but paid for I shcrt is, interrelated as any rise in to the railroads. Several big X: Than an Ordinary; Greasing Job. ::: BELLE GLADE -
broken window
a pane. Moral: Don'tget Lake elevation over normal unprotected ,port ,trucks tie up over night, and i y y

too, serious over the game.If I shore line will cause water tr the early morning they are ,gettinunder ::= SUGARLAND :: I |; FURNITURE COMPANY =:.

flow around whatever levees !have way again. Sometimes I'I
"us Democrats" I y
keep on spend- been completed, inundating the lane is being transferred from one :: Service Station :; Belle Glade Florida
ing funds the next two years like we behind such completed sections. Thus to another. ; :: ::

have in the past two, the Republicans aside from y .?. :?: Next :!:
will be afraid to take over'the protection against wavE'action Resolved: Next time I go to a ; Phone 344 -:- Clewiston .i.y r Door To Theatre ? ,, ;
no part of the south shoreis :!: :::
management of the country. Fact is, Rogers movie I'm going to take. alon. ... .................... .........._.._ ,, I .. ., ........ ..
safe from the hurricane season un- a stenog to transcribe the ; : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :' ':" :":':':":": :":":":": : :" : : : : : : : : : : :..:'
they were mightily relieved when we til the entire I
south shore levee ----<--
took it away from them this time. cracks. I always leave convulsed
tem has been .
They'd just about run out of ideas.-. laughter and NEVER 'can I
construction of protective
Leesburg Commercial. witty sayings sufficiently to
works in front of critical
points hasbeen them.
F'r instance, I'm only sure
expedited and the levees in the
from David Harum
According to the Wauchula Advo- one (and I
cate the information has come from Moore Haven area have progressed to had hysterics in the theatre). It's
within 6,400 feet to the north of
Tallahassee that the state road department good one, tho, and in case you CHECK UP
Haven, and to within 2,300 .
has awarded ten scholar- my failing I'll pass it on. "A
feet south of Moore Haven. However,
ships in engineering at the Univer- ought to have a few fleas-to
the full protection of Moore; Haven
sity of Florida the nominees to re- him something to think about-

ceive $30 a month while they are in cannot hurricane be undertaken gate and until lock the is combined installed -- he'll forget he's a dog." ,and see what need
school, part-time employment in the did until Speaking of vacations, read "Castles .
recently, funds have
summer and the promise of employment in the Glades" this week '. '
not been available for this installa-
for two years after graduation you'll'find out that the postman
tion. The construction of the levees
at' if they are una'jiu to find other jobs I up to the hurricane gate opening took a walk on his day off Then Call

: Who says there ain't any Santa would have increased the existing have a thing on Dredge Boat Annie.I

Claus? have it on the best .
hazard. However, with the opening
(whose first name is Charlie
now left, the partially completed
,; ARE WR PROTECTED? whose last name is Miner) that ElI
levee system has not in any way aggravated -
W the situation. I bert Stewart Is the champion chicken .THE NEWS OFACEand

The News, through the courtesy ofJ eater in these parts. It seems
t The work now under contract, and :
Senator Fletcher, is in receipt of an Elbert won this distinction in comptition
' the funds available for future, work, '
explanation mad -.i>>y Brigadier Gen- with 18 of the best _appetites
r assure the completion of the entire
;, eral Pillsbury, Acting Chief of En- which the Lake region afforded."he
south shore system to provide security -
gineers, 'concerning the exposure of contest was staged at the let us estimate
against hurricane hazards be- on
towns to the water of Lake Okeecho- chicken dinner which the
fore the beginning of the 1935 sea-
bee during the construction of the gave for the Clewiston team to I
f son. I regret to advise you, however,
Lake levee system. for their defeat the Sunday previously.
that it is physically impossible to
General ,Pillsbury states that the complete these structures before thisyear's Elbert got away with 18 I ..-..{ ;t'i your next order -
fact that of chicken, drum-sticks, i:1cludedclean
some has been built hurricane season. :,l < : :
ip other locations and the shore im- bones, no meat left on them- r-,; -: '

mediately in front of towns along the Very G. truly B. Pillsbury yours, even after the first dozen he carefully I ,/', :_;' .

lake left exposed does not increasethe Brigadier, General, avoided the necks. You'd think ,.:, ,.n', :!;. :' FOR -;:':,- }o', ,
hazard of those towns in he wouldn't bo so particular I .c '," ,
case of '
Acting Chief of Engineers. i '
storm or hurricane. the edge_ had been taken off I I :, ;;;: ::: : h

Levee has been built on both"sides GUBERNATORIAL I[ appetite. But not Elbert, he's as persnickety ,; ;.
of Clewiston and on" both sides of -- about his chicken-eating: ',; -:: .' :"-, LETTERHIADSBILLIIEADS: ': ': ',"

Moore Haven, but immediately in ,ho is about his bookkeeping in the "' '.
of the chief indoor sports now- : : >
front of those bank. / '
towns engineers I
are :
adays seems to be listing the possi- ,
constructing or will construct: hur- bilities for candidates for governorin The prize in" the above contest was I ::'- '" .

ricane gates to control the outlet of a couple ''Of .
1936. It's packages of Home Runs : HANDBILLS ',
a bit early, perhaps, :: : -
'Jake water during excessive rains but that's how seriously we take our quite appropriate for a baseball dinner I '

and storms. Because of the time politics in Florida. Among those The above-mentioned best au- -'V./. ENVELOPES I
and money involved In the construction whom Russell Kay lists'arc two Ex's, thority said it was a good chance to :_"-:',:' ; .

of these gates, it has been a get rid of Home Runs : ,
-Catts and Martin, then comes nobody but ::Ht<: RULED FORMSWINDOW t
physical impossibility to complete Claude Pepper, who at least made Elbert would smoke them. Elbert gota _'

them simultaneously the con- himself pretty well known recently.If graceful speech of acceptance 'off :;' ;. -. "
struction of levee. his chest, which -: CARDS -
he decides to run, he won't needan probably saved the :
Contrary to the assumption of introduction. There's Harold Co- next legislature from having to lis- .,/ -: :",

those uninformed of such matters lee, of St. Augustine, and W. C. ten to it.. TICKETSETC.

neither ':Moore Haven, Clewiston nor Hodges of Tallahassee, state senator (P. S. Elbert claims he was framedin :

any other town, has been "bottledup' and future that contest .
president of the Sen- and that all those
:, as street rumor words the com- ate. Officials who might run are I bones were not of his own gnawing,

plaint. Cary D. Landis, Attorney General, I I but nobody believes him, so the title

The engineers have done all thatis Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture -I is his, just the same.)
humanly possible to provide I THE CLEWIS% TON NEWS%
protection J. M.
more critical as rapidly'points, as have possible.Ix'en their The C.' B. Treadway. Lee, chairman, Comptroller of ,state and ton The Drug dinner Company was held -in with the Clew-Bill j#

road department. ,A good many people Cowart-as Master of Ceremonies, and
first attention in the matter of levee J I .
employed under these depart- Dick Hooks. "hopping tables." Dick I! V".reaa.s: -
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.:":":-:-:":";":::-:":":":":":":":":..:":":":"::':": ;' r E. C. Massey of Jacksonville was -

;:::: Personal Mention V:;:: In Clewiston on business yesterday. Castles I'n The I winches barge. As squeal the tug and approaches the full barge,_! the Is

:!: .:: F. E. Bryant of Canal Point } f I pulled along the Corozal's
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. business visitor hero Tuesday.Sam .was Marjorie B. Wallace I turned loose to drift sluggishly side and] ,

Joe Rutland of LaBelle was in 1 awash, aft. The empty barge is fastened -

Clewiston on business Friday. Heath is visiting relatives in Once In blue alongside, the tug picks up the
a "
.... moon we stumble Wallace? Even so, and let's full
Fort Meade for a short vacation. get I barge and makes for the
"IF' I. M. McAlpin and son, of Plant upon a foretaste of that perfection started. bay to dump its load. The barges open

.. City, were in Clewiston Sunday.Mr. Walker Nail spent the week end which must be heaven. I did. My trip I Mr. Nixon hands us a big gob of I will hold 800 cubic yards each, but
with relatives in Moore Haven. to Miami was just that. Pop couldgo J waste to use in holding on to the sizzling are not loaded to capacity-usually

and Mrs. Paul Rardln of Moor I along; item number one; for I I hand rails, and we descend into I to about 700 yards. From 2 to 10 are
Haven spent Sunday with friends Mrs. Grace Cahill has returned filled a day, depending
must admit that although I am some- the innermost recesses of the boat upon the difficulty -
here. from a ten days stay In Maine. what ashamed of dipping-perhaps 5
of would
being so oldfashioned
-I by means of steep steel ladders. In te fair
and average. At present the Cor-
Mrs.Charles unenterprising, I still enjoy
Mr. and Hendry I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egley visited my husband's company more than the engine room there are two triple- ozal is digging almost solid rock, re-

spent Sunday with friends at Fort I relatives In Moore Haven Tuesday.Mr. that of any other man. Item number !: expansion steam ,engines, but one i icihentthat's is Culring:: dynamiting ahead.

Myers Beach. two; the three Glades each i j'i : the spare tire; they Seven huge anchors take the place,

I It .I and Mrs. E. C. Mills: visited i sent me a' check to aid papers in the good.,' use them alternately except when of spuds and swing lines on the Cor-

t L. J. Pape of Pahokee was a business relatives in LaBelle Monday evening.R. cause of painting Miami red; a totally I travelling under their own power. O7al. Each one is at the end of from
' visitor here for a few days the t Each engine has a 1,000 horses in 1500 to 4000 feet of 2 and 1-.i finch

first of the week. H. Knight is spending this thoughtful unexepocted gift. and Item delightful and i i j i leash. Two huge boilers are makingI steel cable, and they are manipulated

,l week at Pine Island' on a fishing trip. the people we met seemed.number to three have; I I inferno of the boiler room; three by a complicated engine i in, the forward -

Mr. and Mrs. 1C.. Prewitt left one idea only.-to fill moment !i Scotch marine stoves to each boiler. end of the ship.-an engine almost _

Saturday for a visit with relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Henry Palmer of as full of enjoyment as every it could be I| Somewhere hero in the ship's heart human In its selectivity and delicacy -
is the
Mississippi.Mrs. ,Moore Haven visited here Wednes- packed. Perfection? If I knew a' ladder engine-two high steam of operation. The anchors weigh
: engines hitched,-onto one shaft. Con- 11,700 pounds apiece,
day. and that's
stronger word
would it.
I densers, turbines, strange and weird- (Continued
" Marion Black of Arcadia was The story of on Page 8)
our personal adven-
looking and
r the guest of friends in Clewiston Mrs. O. A. Jones and daughter, tures and activities doesn't belong noisy contraptions every-
Tuesday. Mary Ann, are visiting relatives in In this Kollum where you look; the orderly confus ,
which is supposed to DANCE AT
t Atlanta. ion of a big power plant in full blast. WATAXAHEFOIl ,
be a record of .
engineering work; And blast is right. We come our dripping j VISITORS FRIDAY
Louis O. Gravely of LaBelle was although, believe me, it took engineering with -
transacting legal business In Clew- Mrs. L. ,A. Turner of Okeechobeeis ? to crowd into two days all that I I to the ice perspiration and step in- Mr.
and Mrs.
| plant to cool of. Here they Roy Alston entertain
spending'some time here'with
, her
iston Tuesday.: we planned to do! Success
crowned:i make 21 ed with
husband. cakes of ice at a time, and a dance at the Watanabe
, our efforts however with a trio 'to, j
there Is also Hotel
I a regular refrigeratedvault Friday evening in honor of
r Charles Ewton visited his mother the Pan-American
airport for good Love
where Kimball
the frosty pipes look and Walter Alston of
l Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McDonald ,
Mrs. J. P. Ewton In Fort Myers a were measure. And if you have never been ]Richland
mighty inviting, but Georgia, who
no more than are
, visitors in West Palm so visiting
few days over the week end. Beach Wed- there, be sure to include it in
;your the fresh meat and vegetables and Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston.,
' nesday. next Miami hegir'a.So .
, (i butter sitting about all dewy and A large group of friends from

( ; R. Boe, of Moore Haven, represen- Mr. and :Mrs. A. W. Lawrence meet us at the Government fairly crackling with cold. Incidentally Clewiston and Moore Haven enjoyed
tative-elect of Glades county, was a guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Saxonin warehouse at nine o'clock Wednesday I the Corozal has a 19 foot hold, a pleasant evening dancing. A midnight

business caller here Tuesday. :Moore Haven Sunday. morning to start the most interesting:, so we are well below the water line lunch was served

i x day of your ,life Bill Hunter, chief i j i down here. I I
--- '
, i

,l Beach Richard was a H.business Dersch visitor of West in Clew Palm Mr. and Mrs. George Sparks, \ office clerk of is the hereto Miami act Beach as our engineers official !I i'! Now endless we go back on deck, to seethe .:..:..:..:?:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..: :
Bonceil Stone and Durrence of buckets, operating -
,, spent '
iston for a few the first guide, and the Corozal tug, the "Cap- : ::
days of the Sunday at Fort Dryers Beach., tain Al" in a well cut right down the cen- BEA.UTY SHOP ::
week. is waiting to take down
terline of the ship, which makes the | y
the bay to the big ladder dredge. Corozal .so distinctive ::: V
NO :;
a dredge in
Henry Halliday and F. S.' The fresh air dears' the |
cobwebs out
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Owen and children United States waters. She was built
Davis of Sebring were business vas of our heads, left *:* New and .
there'y too little Complete Equipment{ *
in 1911
left Sunday for visit with relatives in Scotland for Uncle Sam's :
itors in Clewiston .
", in Brownsville, Tenn., and in yesterday. ..... sleep the night before, and thebay use in Panama, and her name comes f -- y
Peoria, III. is sparkling, laughing blueness. from the town down there I
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VonMach and Coming ; these :i:'
children I up to the Corozal we are impressed ladder dredges are common enoughin & Croquignole ::' .

Mrs., W. F. Simpson, Mrs. F. A.Flanders have returned from a twoweeks' by her size and the fact that the old country, but the Corozalis

and Mrs. W. C. Nail of vacation Palm Beach. she is built, not like our lake dredgesbut the only SUCh dredge being used'in ; Permanents:: $4 & $5 :i:

Moore, Haven visited friends hereTuesday. Mrs. Robert Farnam I on the clean sweeping lines of contract work ,in the States. Lad- *$* i t

and Mrs. A. any ocean-going'steamship. Up her der dredges of sorts there are, to be, Shampoo, set ::
Long of Moore Haven were transacting middle goes a line of buckets i
that sure, but ::
none of her type.
business here yesterday. looks for all the I dry 75c :
E Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Bigg have world like a Ferris : The buckets-fort- of them-hold : r . ...

I left for their vacation which they J. ,N. Blount, -manager of the J J wheel Captain, high-backed Wailer, of chairs the CalooaI and all. ''one and one-third cubic yards apiece; ?; Set, dry .. 50c ?!
are spending in the mountains of Glades -; they travel surprisingly fast overI ,:j: *:*
North Carolina. county business Re-employment office -(I. hatchee; waves and smiles genially I their 15 inch steel rollers on the'.*: Set, wet _. 35c' :$
I was a visitor here from
Wed- the
nesday. I on board, upper too. deck-he's a visitor heavy 160_ foot' ladder; down under ::j:;:: Plain Facial 75c :;:
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Roberts and I I the ladder, up again full to.the. : |:i:
son, of Avon Park, and Mrs. C. C. I ---:- I I All right-hop on as the tug brim, toppling over the "tumbler"way ; Facial x'
| Pack
Mrs. Roy Alston and Mrs. W. C. for a moment close to the side ptuses// ; $1 1 :|=:
Gantt of Moore Haven were visitors, above your head to dump their : : .
Byrd spent Monday; 'with." MrSi _Al-J dredge.; Here is :Captain Gale, her .;.-
here Sunday into 'shaft
afternoon.Mr. a -a 12 foot drop ..
--- ston's sister, Mrs. Walter- Jenkins, in master, tall, gray-haired, keen-eyed 1 in a smother of ,spray to a baffle; ;%.: Henna' Pack, . $2 .:..

and Mrs. R. J .Clark and Moore Haven.. i I with the most cordial of welcomes; plate which breaks nn the rnek? then' *: I
| Captain Masculine, the . $1.50
I friendly superintendent -! smashing down
children, Joan and Dick, returned : I a chute out the side i ;!:.
G. C. Poole who is.in J
charge of
of the
Saturday from vacation which | project for of the ship into the huge steel Henna :
a they barge |: Rinse 35c
some U. S. Engineers work at' Arundel Corporation Schafer Nixon ;
; lashed
spent at Fort alongside. Fourteen-foot
Myers Beach. bull .J[
home Stuart, spent the week end at his : introduced Capt. Gale as "the boy wheels at the top of the ladder turn :1:?; Oil Manicure .50c ?
here. with 'the book larning"-in : *
Miss Ulla Jacobsen returned to other endlessly like revolving suns; the.'
I I words, the ship's clerk; Charles wheels and the :! ::
Clewiston Sunday after spending a tumbler and the shaft |: THELMA CLINE |
Mrs. R. T. Mitchell Mitchell ,
,II i Fay Lou Augur, brother of our own Mr.
4 weeks' Augur weigh 40 tons
two the line of
\ vacation with her father, ; buckets i :):
I P. M. Jacobsen, in Tampa. f| and Julia Anne Oglesby visited I government inspector on board. weighs 320 tons. Ten parts of .2 and |:|{ Formerly' of '.1':.
I relatievs of Mrs. Mitchell in La- And if you think that's all of the 1-8 inch steel cable pull the bucket !::: UOX TOX BEAUTY SHOPPE A

Mr. and, Mrs. J. P. Percy are par-I Belle Tuesday and spent Wednesday I committee on welcomes, you're mis- line. Weight and power and the beau- I'I .*{.* Avon Park: :$:
shopping in Fort because
., ents of a baby girl who was born Myers. taken, it includes every man ty of, ,rhythm and force! A fascinat- :X XtCHRISTIAN'S X

Sunday, August 12th. She has been on deck or below. ing performance, from which you can ;
given the name Frances Diane. W. O. Futch, who has been em- "Now, where do you want to go?" hardly drag! yourself.The I '' :t:

ployed at Belle Glade for the past My lake friends know the answer to barge is almost full. The Corozal's :$::: BARBER SHOP

R. 'Y. Patterson returned this week few months, hasbeen transferred that question Everywhere. "Not whistle summons the tug ..I.: I .:. .:,:' 'V

Pensacola back to Clewiston, and is living at down into that hot engine room, Mrs. I renfork, standing by with an "empt .'.
from where he has been l' "r vv v ..;..;
the Watanabe Hotel. ,
( visiting relatives. Mrs. Patterson and --
the two boys remained for a longer Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. I'.F

visit Hansen, former Clewiston residents, I

will be interested to know that they : V

Harry and Bert Turner visited In I have recently moved: from the. [ IS I YOUR CAR
' Avon during the week end lipines to Santo Domingo.Mr. Phil-'I

Their brother, George Turner, wh -_

has been critically ill at his home Mr. and Mrs. K. S. McMullen are.L

there is reported as improving. expected to return from their wedding I 1 I 2

--- trip to Chicago Sunday, and to i T

r Miss Evelyn Hare, Miss Louise make their home at the Watanabe j II,

Renfroe, Ed Heath and Parker Wilson Hotel. Mrs. McMullen, before her recent 'V .

were in Miami Sunday visiting marriage in Aracdla, was Miss -1

' Miss Betty Spicer and Miss( Robert'f4& a Gertrude Balosok.

George. I II

Mother Mary Vincent and Sister
Miss Laura Matterson has returned Teresa, of Vancouver, British Colombia -
from a month's vacation In the North SpId6a
were visitors in Clewiston for a I
during which she visited the Centuryof few days this week. Sister Teresa is ]

Progress exposition in Chicago and a sister of E. E. Kelley, whom they'

friends and relatives in Philadelphia.Mrs. visited while on a vacation trip

through Florida and other states.
G. H. Small, Mrs. C. E. Miner r
Mrs. J. E. :
Beardsley and Miss
Harry Cornell, engineer associated '
Marcia Avant are leaving Saturdayfor ,with V -
the Red Hills estate of John A. V

a vacation trip to Chicago and Roebling, was in Clewiston this 3 I 4 1 4
other points..of interest T
in the North
week conferring with officials at the

Clewiston sub-office of U. S. Engineers -I
Dr. and Mrs. J.
C. Nowling and and with R. Y. Patterson,

daughters, Miss Dorothy Nowlin local member of the Florida Safety I 1 ; Distributor
; and Mrs. W. T. Sweat of West PalmBeach : League. ,

:;',:1' were guests of Mr. and Mrs .- 1

.1'V.. P. Vaughn, Jr., Sunday evening: Among the out-of-town- visitors I \\ / That Good

here Sunday evening were Mrs. M.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward and K. Markette, Miss Mary Markette, .1

daughters, Grace and Mildred, l ft Edward Markette and H. R. Skinner Gulf V
Saturday for a vacation 4
trip which of LaBelle, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Scott &
they are making J
by motor.; They and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
plan to visit( points Gasoline
' many of Interest Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Klutts, .
in Florida while they are away.N. G. L. Bogan and Roger Weeks of I

I' Moore Haven.
A. Doerk of Chicago, a former 1

i resident of Clewiston, Is
spending a
Close to two"million head of cattle

few weeks here on business. Mrs In the drouth area had been. purchased OUIF Op50 Kt LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
Doerk will join her husband In
a few A140p9
by the government up to ,

stay days here to spend. the remainder of his August let, at an average payment. INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .

l of about $13 per head ; u '-, '- -




ponent In the fall! election will bo NO CHANGE IN CLIMATE

News Review of Current Thomas H. Moodie, a WIlliston news- -, MercolizedWax
paper man who was nominated by the
Democrats. .- The drouth of 1934 does not marka

permanent change in the climate of r

Events the World Over SHARP criticism of the tender this country according to J. B. Kin- r'//

of deportable aliens by cer, of the United States weather bureau -LK'<

the Department of Labor has brought There Is no Indication that a ; 'LleepS 1i.:

result, following the "disclosure that major climatic change, like those

when President Roosevelt recognized that occurred centuries in
many ago
Von Hindeiiburg Dies and Hitler Seizes Presidency of Russia no arrangements were made the various geologic ages has been

Roosevelt's Economic Security for the deportation of Russian Reds taking place in the last few years.
Germany- this situation Secretary .
To straighten out
On the contrary, Mr. Kincer pointsout 5'kin ounq
Perkins has called back into
Program Is Being Formulated. records indicate that present precipitation Absorb blemishes and discolorations using
service Walter W. Ilusbanfl, a Vermont Mcrcolizcd direcA".
conditions in the .Northwest aged skin land
Republican who was assistantsecretary particles o arc freed
are only what may naturally be defects such as blackheads, tan, freckles and_
of labor under Presidents
intervals of 30 largo pores disappear. Skia is then beautifully
to at
expected recur
By EDWARD W. PICKARD Hoover and Coolidge. Only a monthor clear, velvety and BO soft-face looks
40 Mercolized Wax brings.out
or :
by Western Newspaper Union. two ago he was dropped to make years. years your hidden younger.beauty.At all leading druggists.
room for Arthur Altmeyer of Wisconsin. The ten-ear period ending with Powdered Saxolite-

VON HINDENBURG, "Ger Paris, the condition placed by the lit. Mr. Husband has been madea 1894, the records show, were deficientIn t I Reduces wrinkles and other nge-eiens. Sim-

I PAUL Gibraltar," has gone to his long tle entente and the big powers to al- special assistant to Secretary Perkins rainfall. Almost midway between I ply dissolve one ounco Saiohto in half-pint I
1 witch hazel fr"d usa daily c.s face lotion. |
rest and Adolf Hitler is now absolute lowing Otto to assume the throne is and may be sent to Moscow. these periods were several, successive I

ruler of the reich. Immediately after that he will sign a pledge guaranteeing years of comparatively abundant

'the death of the the present boundaries and other PAUL MAY, Belgian ambassador to moisture. Nothing in climatologynow
:. terms of existing treaties with regardto United States died in Wash-
president at his sum- a indicates that history will not STb\fJDARO 'MASHESGet

mer home in East Austria and the succession states. ington hospital following an abdo- repeat itself with a return to a 'period -

Prussia I was an- minal operation. Mr. May was a vet- of much heavier rains.7jINF. More Eggs-Get More Profit ''

wraS nounced the cabinet PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT returned eran diplomat and had held- the postIn Ask for and get Standard Brand But ":

met and put forth this from his Hawaiian Washington since April 1931. lie J tc milk\ Mashes, with Cod Liver Oil

r y;$ a decree: cruise. The Houston and the was a man of engaging personality. and Poultry Yeast Foam., More eggs

"The reich govern- New Orleans moved up the Oregon mean more profit to you. Many of

ment has passed the coast, stopped briefly at Astoria IV/fART1AL law In Minneapolis, decreed the leading poultrymen in the South

law whichIs and entered the Columbia river. The IVi by Gov. Floyd B. Olson be- eastern States are feeding Standard
following ,
Presidential debarked at Port- Brand .Ma.shs..from baby chicks to
party cause of rioting Incidental to the
hereby promulgated
land and almost Immediately boardeda strike of teamsters there, proved obnoxious J laying hens-with exceptionally good
: results. You can get quick uniform
r-arried them rapidly
'- train which
The office of to development better
P'I Von"I.
eastward. Stops were made at the everybody and both FOR '
{ mortality-by
the reichspresident; S egg production-less
Hindenburg united with that of Bonneville project in Oregon and the Y hj s the trucking firms feeding Standard Brand 'Mashes. -

the reichschancellor. In consequence Grand Coulee irrigation and power and their 7,000 strik- Don't let anyone" talk: you out of

thereof, heretofore exercisedby project in Washington. Mr. Roosevelt %: ing drivers asked for the extra profit you can make by feeding
powers spent Sunday in Glacier national park its dissolution. At Standard Mashes. Before you buy t
the reichspresident are transferredto home- mashes of other brands let .
and then continued his journey any more ,
the time
der fuehrer (Hitler) and the vice ward. same Adju- Quick, Safe Relief us send you samples-See for yourselfthe
chancellor (Franz von Papen). lie tb5R tant General For Eyes Irritated uniformity of the mixing the un'

(Hitler) determines who shall be his announced that the falling freshness and above all, the high

deputy." IN ITS monthly survey of businessthe "insurrection" had By Exposure To grade ingredients used in making
American Federation of Labor been suppressed. Still Standard Brand Mashes.
Hitler for the first time became also
Issued a warning that the enormous the declined Sun Wind and DustAt
governor See Your Standard Dealer TodayIf
the ,commander of the reichswehr or ,
for :':k>>' "- '-:::'
regular army and Gen. Werner von expenditures of the government 'Gov. V F. B. to withdraw the stateoi All Drug Stores there's no dealer in your section, we

Blomberg issued an order that every emergency needs and the artificial Increase troops. Additional \VriteMurine Co.Dpt.W.Chkago,for Free Book will supply you. Write for full parr
of buying power, If continued, n trucks were given military ticulars. Address Desk. W.
soldier must pledge absolute loyaltyto
will lead to inflation to meet to and ban
currency permits operate, a
the death to Hitler. STANDARD MILLING CO.
the accumulating deficits.It those In
huge against Interstate commercewas
Ever since his great victory, at Tan- S Fairlie St. tl. W. Atlanta Ga.
called attention to the, steadily revoked ,
because Its
legality was Face
nenberg early in the World war Von PImp es on
tax burden the extensionof In doubt. Beer
Hindenburg had been the Idol of the mounting trucks however, were
the relief rolls, the decline In bus- removed from the privileged list and Never Could'
German people and their grief over
iness credit with the increase of gov- forbidden of
were use the streets on'
his death was general and sincere. Their
expressions of sorrow were mingled ernment borrowing and the failure of the ground that they did not furnish a Shave Do you Back PEP ?

NRA to put men to work In Industry. necessary service.At .
with veiled but anxious discussions Are you all in, tired and run down?
concerning the possible effects on the "The government cannot go on bor- a mass meeting of union laborersthe

reich of the aged leader's death and rowing more than its Income for very leaders demanded
the assumption of full power by Hit long," the statement said. "We can the troops the secretary of the t1lMfJERSmnfs

forced to not go on Increasing buying powerin truck drivers' union charging that the <0
ler. The president though years ago my face ,arid i11J
this way without a general expan- soldiers were "little more than strike
the Nazi chief the chancellorship
give and consumption. arms broke out with a skin eruption
sion of production breakers.
bad been a constant check on extreme that was followed by large, red pIm- Will rid you of
Industry cannot pull Itself. up by Its Governor Olson's reply to this was
Nazism and he had the full con-
ples. They festered and went all
nations that has own boot straps." to have the strikers' headquartersraided fW fL4l fJA
fidence of other never over my face and arms. They itched
and their three leaders arrested. -
been accorded to any other German and burned and'I could never shave.I and build you up. Used for 65 years for Chills,
since the war. As Jacob Gould Schur- O NK of Sir. Roosevelt's pet proj- This naturally enraged the truck lost much rest at night with them. Fever,Malaria and

man former American ambassador to ects, the program for greater' drivers and there was considerable "Nothing'I tried helped very much. A General 1 Tonic

Berlin puts it: economic and social security, alreadyis violence., Then I. saw an advertisement for SOc and $1.00: At All Druggists
out by the special Notwithstanding all this, the federal
"Now that Von Hindenburg Is gone, being mapped Soap and Ointment and
to his '" committee, Including mediators, Father-Haas and E. J. Dun- Cuticura
no successor having regard
them. I used aboutfour
achievements, his prestige, and his several cabinet memo nigan, were hopeful of bringing abouta purchased
tried and tested character can at bers, that was namedto peaceful agreement In the near fu cakes of Cuticura Soap and one anda -'-'CUT ME OUT-a-

Y' half boxes of Cuticura Ointment with! and address, to WADE.
get ready the nec- ture. end mail me your name
least for a considerable time, createan f
legislation for Riots In Kohler Village, Wis., In which and now I feel like a new man. ;I LABORATORIES IULLIABD, FLORIDA.will
atmosphere equally favorable to essary ) bring yOU ft free SAmple of Wade'* Greua Remover, *
healed. (Signed
diplomatic negotiations with foreign action by the next two men were killed led Gov. A. G. am completely cream that removes grease from the hoods or clothing
congress. Executive Schemedeman to place the community Harry R. Hall, 3958 14th Ave., Bir- without water, end full details: how you, ai our Local

powers. director of this com- under martial control and COO members mingham, Ala., Jan. 2G, 1934. Manager,have an opportunity to make$5 to$10 a day
Doctor Schurman however, does not in time.
25c and SOc. extra your spare
of the National Guard were sent Soap 25c. Ointment
believe the Hitler regime is in dangerof mittee, and thereforethe TODAY
there. During the riot the, police and Talcum 25c. Sold Everywhere. One -MAIL ME
falling at this time. lIe says the
Ed- deputies used tear gas bombs and sample each free. Address: "Cuti-
is Prof.
German people are not naturally rash 4. member
blank cartridges and where these failed cura Laboratories, Dept R, Malden,
win E. Witte econo-
and revolutionary and probably will
t> vv., to disperse the mob they opened fire Mass.-Adv. WNU-7 32-34
give Hitler a chance to seek a solu- mist of the UniverE. -
E. Witte with loaded shells. The officer com
economic that sity of Wisconsin fac-
tion of the problems
the Guardsmen ordered the
confront the country. ulty. Professor Witte has been rather disbanding of the force ot special dep- WILLIAMS GAINS RELIEF FROM. I"RHEUMATIG"PAINS1
Von Hindenburg who was eightysix active in Wisconsin politics as a La uties and permitted the strikers to .
all his Follette progressive and has advanced
years old, was a patriot
resume peaceful picketing.:
life, a veteran of three wars and a ideas along the lines on which he is Longshoremen of the Pacific coast

marshal of the empire under Kaiser now working. ended their two-month long strike and
55 One of the main points of the pro-
Wilhelm. Ht. was a hard fighter but returned to their jobs in all the ports; '

a kindly gentleman. He supported the gram is the gradual decentralizationof I as did the marine workers.: Pending

republic when it was created but at industry and this has been got under arbitration by the federal board steve- Dr. W. E. Fitch Explains why

't heart he was always faithful {o the way of ready!homestead through projects the In establishment sev-- dores will be employed by employer- Natural Mineral Water Often

self-exiled kaiser. His last days were t controlled hiring halls under super
a clouded by the realization that he had eral localities. The purpose is to remove vision of observers representing the Helpful In Chronic AilmentsMrs.
thousands of workers from tene- .
M failed in the effort to really check board. Control of the hiring halls was a :
in cities to areas
ment districts large
Nazism. the chief Issue In the strike and Is "
where their standard of living could H. Williams, 16 Princeton
still to be settled by .the arbitrators, Street Clifton New Jersey writes: M
OHicials believe that greater I ,
CHANCELLOR SCHOSCIINIGG of be'\raised.economic security will result I along with the questions of increased "I suffered very badly with rheuma- I Ia

to have the Nazi through- home ownership with small wages shorter working hours and im- tism but after taking Crazy Water *71

revolt completely under control and proved conditions. Crystals I am a different person./They
tracts of land.
was making overtures to the Social wonderful.. I would not be without
There Is now under consideration a "
Democrats and the workers, the latter farmers IIUEY P. LONG and them, they did me so much good.
offer to

.being, warmly praised for not tak- related plan designed to from SENATOR T. Semmes Walmsley of Why is it that a fine natural min- sakeV
suffered severely
ing part in, the putsch as the Nazis who in Alaska. Jacob New Orleans were having another eral water, made at home from Crazy Y v
the drouth a haven Water has benefited so U
had expected they would. The trial of Baker, assistant chief of the federal lively fight in the southern city. thousands suffering from"rheu-

the leaders in the uprising was con emergency relief administration has Governor" Allen, one of Long's hench- many matic" pains and other chronic ailments ; -
and the condemnation mobilized 500 of the state troops
ducted with dignity just completed a survey of a million men, ?

and execution of two of them- acres of fertile land in the Mantanuska and seized the registration >office and Dr. W. E. Fitch, noted medical

the man who actually killed- Dollfuss valley and has been discussing with its files ,and the soldiers also were authority on mineral water, in a recent -

and the chief of the raid-were' takenas Gov. John Troy the feasibility of tak- ordered to search out the city's red radio talk over the National William Edward Fitch, M.D.

matters of course. Another Nazi; ing 2,500 farm families up there as a light district and gambling houses. Broadcasting System stated: gate Crazy Water Crystals immedi
killed police captain of Innsbruck The increased his forcesto "For it has been a mys-
who a federal colony. mayor police many years, ately. Ask any of the millions who
about the same time the chan 1,400 and for a time there was tery even to the medical world just have used them.

cellor was being murdered, also was LANGER, deposed_ as prospect of "civil war." how natural mineral waters producedthe Crazy Water Crystals are just minerals

found guilty and hanged. WILLIAM of North Dakota be- Walmsley sale the "moral crusade"was amazing results that have medi-made crystallized from a great natural -

Three thousand Nazis who took part_ cause of his conviction on federal just a "smoke screen" to conceal cal them discoveries so popular.and Scientific research and in the mineral water flowing at Mineral

In the outbreak in Carinthla escapedto charges of conspiring to solicit political the senator's real purpose of takingover Wells, Texas, and Thorndale.Jexas,
last few however, are penetrating -
of mineral
a type water that has built
and were disarmed and the city government and influencing -
Jugoslavia contributions from these secrets of Nature, so that one of the world's health
the Belgrade government now wonderswhat federal relief workers the primary election in September now medical men have a new under- resorts. Nothing is added greatest to the minerals ;

to do with them. and who was re- in which both he and Long are standing of the reasons for the powerof and by dissolving them in plain

nominated for gover- supporting rival candidates. natural mineral water to relieve water you make a fine mineral water

rW1Tll monarchists In control of nor by the Republicans suffering. One of these reasons is at home at a cost of only a few cents a

Austrian government the royalists has withdrawn 1 JAPAN'S hopes for naval equality what is known as secondary mineral- gallon.A .

of that country and of Hungary from the race. The 5 Britain and the United -' ization, by which is meant that not standard sized package, suffi-

resumed their schemes for putting the Republican central I States were dashed by a frank only the predominating chemical con- :;ient for three weeks mineral water
stituents of mineral water are of
young Archduke Otto on the old throneof committee promptly statement by Secretary of the Navy a known :reatment in your own home costsraly
aid but also what are as
the Hapsburgs. There are reports selected Mrs. Langerto u aS Swanson to the effect that In his per- secondary minerals-those present in $1.50. Get one today. Crazy

that they held a secret meeting in head the ticket, and sonal opinion while the United States infinitesimal quantities. The very fact Water Co., Mineral Wells, Texas.

Vltznau, Switzerland, and formed a If she wins, the vlc- might favor a slash of 20 per cent in of their being present in this way

restoration plan which they hoped tory will be hailed as Mrs. William; naval armaments It would strongly causes them! to have a much more a

would be acceptable to France Italy, a vindication of her oppose any realignment of existing powerful systemic effect than if they

Great Britain and the little entente. husband-just ns Jim Langer naval ratios for the principal l powers."I were there in larger quantities. Let

Their first object was to secure the Ferguson of Texas once was "vindI- take the same position I always me recommend wholeheartedly to suf-

approval of Premier_ Mussolini. Lead- cated" by the election of his wife. have," Secretary Swanson said. "The ferers from chronic dileases the use Water STA!) 'i.

ers In the movement are Colonel Ran- Mrs. Langer a member, of a family naval powers met In London and dIstributed of' a suitable natural mineral wateras :: I

da of the Austrian army, Felix Dun- socially promlbent In New York has naval strength as they a powerful adjuvant. are In the for sale in many drug stores..
larger cities there
kel, an Austrian monarchist, and never before taken part In politics. thought just and right. Naval strengthIs I, exclusive are

Count LIojos of Hungary. She Is a home-loving woman and the relative. If we abandon the ratios If you are suffering from "rheu stores. See Crazy Water Crystal

_According to the story current in mother of four daughters. Her op- there Is no telling where we shall go.': tn' tic" pains, we suggest you investi- I your telephone book.

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T'HE! B.O RD ER Copyright, Doubleday"WNTJ Service, Doran & Co., Inc. Should BeDewormed Before

the Operation.


By Roy S. Dearstyno, Poultry Department
SYNOPSIS What he was missing of the mysteryof "It means that these d-d Navvysare the early day without speech. Then North Carolina State College.

life, Its' priceless gifts of spirit, Its resisting an officer," the man ,said Sonya stirred in her saddle and lookedat WNU Service.

Seeking death by throwing herself lighted deeps I A tender yearning for harshly, "and's likely to get 'em Into Blake. Poultry men planning, to develop

from tho summit of Lone Mesa, to this blindness In him welled up In her, trouble when I report It. You know "Did you say you are leaving the capons this summer should start prep-

escape dishonor at the bands of a and she touched his arm. what they are to handle, Miss Savarin, day after tomorrow Rod?" she asked. arations at once. Only those cockerelsin
drunken desperado, Sonya Savarln allows -
herself to be rescued by her sud- "Forgive me," she said, "I see how especially these wild ones." "I did, but,1 might as well have kept robust health should be selected for

denly sobered and repentant attacker. It must seem to you, but believe me, "Why surely I know, but Isn't this the Information, for all the ImpressionIt the purpose.

s The girl is a self-appointed physician Rod, it Is not so. I cannot make you ,a little rough? You taking the children made." The cockerel should weigh at least
to tho Navajo Indians, living on an one and one-half or two, pounds, and
Arizona sheep ranch with her brother see it. Only try to believe what I say to the school? "Oh, no, dear. I'm Just so-so full
be dewormed about week before the
Serge, his wife,' Lila, and their small about It. Won't you, dear? Stand "Yes. They should 'a' been there of troubles you know. I didn't mean a

daughter_ Babs. For a year she has steady for another stretch, until I can last fall. Term's almost over. But to seem careless. You know I didn't. operation. Such birds recover quicklyand

been engaged to Rodney Blake, wealthy leave mark they kept 'em hid out so good we i''"' gain rapidly afterwards.
do a little more, my a "I wish to heaven I did, Sonya tho
New Yorker, but her heart Is with the Birds should be deprived of food
friendless Navajos and she evades a little plainer In this soil which I love, never could find a one. Didn't think man said passionately. "Well, remem-
and water for 24 hours before the
operation -
I wedding. Sonya pulls Little Moon, wife among these people whom I love too." they had but two, and here's three. ber the rest of the things I said-particularly
In order to clean the Intestines.For .
of Two Fingers, a Navajo, through tho Sonya had dismounted. She went
Blake shrugged his shoulders under that no man or anything shall
crisis of an Illness. Two Fingers Is several days after the operation -
deeply grateful. his thin leather coat. around behind the light wagon and get you from me that I mean to have water and soft feeds should be

"I suppose I must, or go down In spoke In Navajo. you for my own If It's the last thingI given and the birds kept quiet so the

your black books as a tyrant Very "Tell me thy heart. I am thy sis- ever do in life. Just remember that, wound can heal. During the first few
CHAPTER IIContinued3 well Sonya. I'll give you six months ter, she said. my girl." post-operation days the birds should
at her her
longer, but at the end of that time I The woman glanced A flush came In Sonya's face. have the amount of mash they can

J I "Sonya," he said sharply, "shall shall demand the fulfillment of your shaking arms around the youngest "I suppose I should be flattered" eat In 15 minutes In the morning. In
which had scuttled to her breast
we go?" promise to me, and I shall expect you child she said sharply, "but I am not. ThereIs the evening the feed should be equal

,' As If a spell were broken, the stranger as an honorable woman to keep It. the minute the rig stopped. something about this attitude of parts of cracked corn and wheat, as

a" looked up sharply. But know this, my girl : that I shall The man came up and faced her, yours, Rod, that angers me-a seemingof much as they will eat in 15 minutes.

The eyes of the two men met and never give you up. Neither Indiansnor searching her face with troubled eyes command that goes down hard with Later a range furnishing an abundance ,
Instantly Sonya was this mother,
held. Arizona nor any living man Is go- me. One's life Is his own, marriage or of succulent green feed is necessary j

i I It was as If two blades struck and Ing to get you from me. Just remem- this father, In their clouded misunder- no marriage, to ,a certain extent, you If the capons are to grow rap-

I crossed, as If armed forces clashed. ber that." standing, seeing their little ones torn know. I'm not the type of womaa idly. Rye grass lespedeza, alfalfa, {I
from their Whatever It was
Inslant i "Why, of course, Rod. And thank grasp. who can be completely absorbed." cowpeas, soybeans, and clovers are j j
that shone In her face, the man saIt,
; you for being so kind." "Forgive me," Blake said quickly. good. Scratch grain and plenty of wa- ;
trusted her at knew her for her '
: once,
Then Sonya swung Into her saddle "I'm not kind. I'm helpless. I haveno "Perhaps I _do seem dictatorial, but ter should be available at all times.

j and was away at a lope, Rod follow- choice in the matter. Either I give self, having heard of her though he my excuse must be that ancient one About two ounces a day ot.laying \

ing close behind. you your way, or I lose your esteemby had never seen her. which covers a multitude of sins-- mash should also be given for each

""Who was that man?" he asked thinly forcing you to mine. And that'sthat. He knew the hopelessness of the great love" i :

s when he had caught up with her. ." situation, realized their helplessness, "I wonder" said Sonya. bird.Plenty of shade Is necessary during i
"Do know him where the woman did not.
? Portable
the hot months. summer
i you They rode In silence that was a bit They rode together into the ranch
"I know "They go, he said, panting, "and economicand
don't and I do not, said range shelters provide an
And and for the hours
constrained for a long distance. : yard, next thirty-six
the "and I she will not give up.
girl crisply, don't like suitable shelter.
your presently Into the stillness there was she devoted herself as much as pos-
tone. Oh, Rod dear, I do wish you Sonya laid her arm around the heaving About 14 days of fattening are required -
I injected a sound, so thin and fine at sible to this man who loomed so largeon
would understand better." shoulders of the wailing woman. finish the
me sound but the horizon of her life little to properly capon.
first as to be no becomingmore a
"Forgive said Blake She, looked up at the man, on the seat.
me, Sonya; clear and certain as they rode, sorry for the rift between them,
"but I hate all who look at "Mr. Satter, she said, "don't you
you- ahead. It caught on Sonya's desert- searching her heart for sympathy with Lays Poultry Ills to
; too long." think you could leave them one? Just
his cause, wondering if she had been
I The ride back to the ranch was beau- this little one, the baby? You know careless of his comfort or his happI- Negligence of OwnersMost

tiful beyond words with the newly It's hard to give them up-any of them '
If not all diseases of poultry
ness. But, search as she would, the ,
risen sun bathing the weathered -and this Is so little. Couldn't you?
T. E.
face of Little Moon came before his, are preventable, asserts Dr.
and pinnacles desert stone, but v Please, Mr. Satter? Just for me? I'll bureauof
the eyes of Two Fingers drifted,across Munce, director, Pennsylvania
somehow Its glory missed the girl's I\r.1: go before the superintendent'and makeIt his eyes, the soft gutturals blurred his animal Industry, In a statement In
if will. I think I
I heart. right you an.Won't
clipped speech In her ears. which he explained the responsibilities -
Whether It was seeing again the you please let them have the of poultry owners In disease pre-
made hurried
( xt
Sonya a trip n dayto
I face of the man of Lone Mesa, or baby? vention.
found the
Chee and woman
I Rod's unreasoning jealousy, she could There was In Sonya's voice all the Plans and procedures have been

I not say. At rate she was silent guile of womankind since Eve a coax- much better. bu-
any formulated by the Pennsylvania
"So she told her smooth-
: and preoccupied, ,and more than once Ing quality that had wrought on the the cheek "we made reau of animal Industry which, If prop-
ing gaunt ,
!! Blake looked at her sharply. f hearts of men since she was born. young
J: the together. All Is well erly carried out, will effectually prevent -
good fight ,
rl, i i. "Sonya," he said presently, "I know Her long black eyes pleaded gravely. little mother." and eradicate transmissible dis-

'- you are tired, that you've had a hard C Satter moved on his seat, flecked his eases of animals, including poultry, he
whip looked at her and down at his And Two Fingers smiled his slow
night, but I want to have a talk with Stated, adding:
smile, and the young doctor rode
I you, and this seems the best chance boots. "It is hot reasonable on the part of

: I I'm likely to have, since' you are so "Well," he said, "I was sent to get away. owners to expect diseases to preventand
Sonya spent that last evening In the
I busy all the time. My longing and 'em. eradicate themselves. Owners
: with Rodney Blake, alone un-
love for you are an old story. I'm not "But only two. You didn't even have an Indispensable part to play In

going into it again. I'm just telling know there were three," she coaxed. der the stars, swinging in the fringed establishing and keeping their flockson
her hand between his
I you that I'm leaving for the East day 4 "Come on-let me give them back the hammock, palms, a healthy basis. No one else can
In her of
his low voice ears, speaking
I after tomorrow, and it has been my baby. '. substitute for the owner or his man-

hope to take you back this time. Sonya I 1 "Oh, well-" he said reluctantly. the future. Serge and Lila, sensing ager In the field of disease preventionand
them had retired
I the strain between ,
darling, will you come?" Instantly the girl reached In and eradication. It is of the utmost

, He reached over and took her band, pulled the baby clear of the wagon, early. And Sonya put her arms aboutnod's Importance to agriculture that flocks ..
kissed him and took his
and at the caressing pressure of his the mother with It. It was not reallya neck, which are so essential to It should be

i fingers tears actually came to the girl's baby, being a fair-sized youngster, kisses, and felt happy.It free of disease."

but the least of the three. With her was late when they separated In ,
eyes. Maybe because she was so tired, ,,
arm across the two' she pushed them the1' living room, tiptoeing In like a
I maybe because she needed a bit of look- Shade for Poultry
of sixteen-year-olds, laughing In
Ing after herself. Then she shook herself away from the wagon. Then she be- pair
when all In order to Insure normal egg production (
in Navajo.It whispers, and early they
J mentally, squared her shoulders, gan speaking rapidly
for breakfast. It was from laying flocks and rapid
gathered again
the white man's law which
j as it were. She smiled Into Rod'seyes "For the Love of Heaven!" He was ,
drive down to the little town growth of young birds during the hot
above tribal law she told them quite a
was ,
squeezed his hand.
Said, Wonderingly, "What's the heat
"I didn't know you were going back that the children go to the schools ,where Rod would take the train for months, some protection

so soon, dear," she said steadily, "and trained ears long before Rod heard It, where they would learn the white New York and Sonya, who was driving Is necessary: according to a poultry

I think I want to go along, but thereIs and her head was up, a line betweenher man's ways, where they would be fed him, wanted an early start authority writing In the Prairie Farmer. -
The last moments on a station plat- One of the cheapest and best w
the woman back there who will brows. and clothed. They would become wise,

I surely die, after all my hard pull to She searched the levels and the debouching and above their station at the, present form are always filled with strange means of supplying shade Is through

j I save her, if I leave her now. She canyon mouths. It was down time, being better for the,knowledgethey emotions, forebodings, and vague fears artificial shelters, made by driving

; needs care and stringent treatment, one of these that she determined pres- would get. And she, the mother, tinged with the sadness of parting, stakes into the ground and making a
old feed sacks. The birds will
:, and there Is no one on the Reservation ently the sound was coming: a long, would have them back soon for a visit, and Sonya was genuinely close to tearsas cover feed and drink more waterIf

who can-who wIll-give it to her. high wail almost like that which the hearing all about what they had she- watched the handsome Rod eat more
and water troughsare
the feed hoppers
I can't leave her, Rod." Indian women gave at a death. learned and eaten In the meantime.The about his ticket-buying, his trunk-
second she kept in such places. In order to
The man straightened loosed her At that moment Rod heard It too. littlest one she could keep now, checking. For one panicky
up, birds from the dan-
with him protect young
I hand. "For the love of heaven!I" he saId providing she would go back to her wished she were going a and disease the shel-
of ,
certificate In her bag. Then gers
': It was not In human nature to take wonderingly, "what's that?" hogan In peace. If not, It too would go. marriage herself Indignantly, ran ters should be moved every two weeks

\ a blow like this and not feel Its 1mi "Come along," said Sonya briefly Would she listen to the white man's she shook
the platform beside
i 1 pact. Lie looked straight ahead for a and lifted Darkness with her knees law? Would she take her one child with him down
I slowing train, kissed him fervently, Kill Lice They HatchThe
! I. little while, riding with his hands and rein. The horse leaped away to instead of losing three-for a little the as

I crossed on his pommel and Sonya the right where the canyons flattened time only' ? watched him go away across the job of 'delousing a flock of birds:

I watched him anxiously."It I to the plain. And coming out of one I The man spoke, and the woman, desert. really is two jobs.The first job Is to

Isn't a whim, Rod. Nor other of these long defiles that cut the jumbled I with her tragic eyes on the little There was a little mist In her dark kill the adult lice which are on the

i men. I haven't looked at another man Bad Land country was as strangea scared faces In the wagon's tail, hugging eyes, but she was surprised and a b
; since I gave, you my promise. It's a cavalcade as one might meet in her babe, nodded. dismayed at the odd feeling of lightness The second job Is the killing of the

.' bigger thing than that. Bigger than many a day's journey.A "0. K., Mr. Satter," Sonya said of freedom, which came over her. young lice as they hatch out later.

myself. bigger than you I think., It's team and buckboard with the guardedly. "Ingrate! she told herself, "you Nicotine sulphate Is so made up, thatIt

:. something 'which partakes of the unI- huge figure of a white man hunched Satter struck his near horse, and the don't deserve a good man's love. I has plenty of reserve strength. Even

'. versal, the Infinite. Something Inside on the seat and three children hud buckboard bounced away. begin to suspect you're a spinster elk;, after It has been on the roost for a

.. my soul, an obligation to-to the died In behind, little brown Navajos Turning in stark and tragic resig- selfish and lazy, and due to take on tAt longtime It still serves as a destroyerof

.; :- ,. Creator Himself," she added hesitantly hushed down like quail, their scared nation, the two bedraggled figures in wads some day as punishment!I" lice. Thus one finds that not only

,:. "if you see why I mean. I have round faces turned backward to wbere moved off: .toward the canyon's mouth, TO BE CONTINUED. the older lice are killed, but the ;young

the knowledge, the health-here is the a woman., hung onto the rig's tail and the woman's eyes still strained back Captivity Agree With Vulture lice are destroyed: as they hatch out,

opportunity the crying need. Let me cried, to heaven, running when the across her shoulder".where her children Despite the fact that in its natural and the flock Is given a complete cleanup. -

wittt' them trotted her mouth her disappearing, In distance. .
stay a while longer, Rod horses open, were : the way of living the vulture spends much

please. Let me teach them more hygiene braided hair In disarray where she The tall 'man looked back at Sonya, of its time soaring high In the air, captivity -

,,, ', -" ;, more child'care, more mother had torn at !It, stumbling, swaying and his eyes spoke-lIke Two Fingers' has been found to agree with Fresh Water :Important"Few

.; .. .,' ".care. They know so little, have so with fatigue. She was a "wild squaw," had.Blinded these birds remarkably well.) Specimens ? realize the Importanceof

little. namely one who spoke only her native by tears, the girl -climbed living in menageries have _been fresh people water for the, growing stock.

.. ." Blake drew a long breath, looked tongue, and all tragedy, all loss, all I back In her saddle. She had forgotten known to attain an age of thirty or Water helps the chick to' control Its,

back at her, his eyes dilated and deep fear and terror were In her swollen Rodney Blake entirely. It was not forty 'years, which Is undoubtedly a body temperature. It Is also necessary -

with Reeling. opaque eyes. A man ran behind her, a until they were well out on the des- greater age than they are likely to for the digestion,,and, assirailatlon ; ',-

"You should be a Portia," he said, tall Navajo with bound hair and tUrquoise ert's floor that she remembered him. reach under normal conditions. Com- of proper' food.' "Tn-"spite? 'of -the

1' "' ,.' ""you plead so eloquently. And for a necklaces swinging on his "Rod," she said then, "do you see menting on this fact, a zoo correspondent fact that It is the cheapest of feeds

bunch of dirty redskins who'd cut breast. He touched her now and then, now why I cannot leave them? ThereIs for the London Observer remarks It Is neglected.
nIl too frequently
,your throat for a dollar any day." tried to still her clamor with his low so much to do for them. They need that the Instinct of most animals Is to jet That the water be" fresh Is also Important -

Sonya's lips fell open. How little words. 'I me so !I" lounge rather than to work, so long u Clean water Is less apt to be

this man knew, this man of the cities, Sonya pulled Darkness In beside the : "Yes," he said coldly. "1 see." they are kept well provided with food the carrier of disease germs and if

of the rushing world beyond the rig, which stopped at her approach. There was something in his tone and that the vultures don't mindIng Ia y there Is less danger of disease -

desert How appallingly Inadequate "Why, Mr. Satterl" she said, "what which caused 'the conversation to lan freedom restricted so long a* 'thrqdo supplied disorders.
and digestive
1 bis Judgments does this mean?" gulsh, and they rode for miles through not have to work tor A llrlnjf.




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........................................................................................................ helped Capt. Cameron show us about, eleven o'clock, A. 1\[., and two o'clock, commonly called and generally All proposals to be addressed to
and it seemed like old times to wander P. M., at the front door of the County known as Fort Myers Palm Beach I E. L. Stallings, Supt. of Public Instruction -

Courthouse in LaBelle, Florida, of- Gross State Highway; the south LaBelle, Fla.
:: Jack-
the Dania. Captain
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i ; TOO LATE TO fer for sale and sell at public out- half (S1of section 11, and the The said' Board re3erves the right
who the Dania here, is
son, was on cry, to the best and highest bidder south half (SV6) of section 12, all to: reject any and all proposals. ,
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:f: CLASSIFYI I now on the Hallandale. for cash, the .following] described real in Township 43 South, Rs\.nge 32 DREW HAMPTON,

% ... The Dania's tug, the Little Heron, property in Hendry and Glades Counties East, all 5i Hendry County. Chairman. .S 4 \

..t.. .:. took us Aver then to visit the Arun- Florida, to-wit: IN GLADES COUNTYIn Attest: 9i

i .. del, the Clark Dredging Company'ssteam IN GLADES COUNTY Township 42 South, Rnngo 32 East E. L. Stallings,
.: (8 BY .t. dredge now digging in the I In Township'South, Itengc 32 East The south half (S'h ) of the Supt. Public Instruction.

(: : channel after finishing work in the The north half (N'and) the southwest quarter (SWJ/i ) of section No.: 35. Aug. 10, 17, 24, 31. .... ..

.:t. RUSSELL KAY =i turning basin. The Arundel is painted southeast quarter (SEJ/4)) and the 3-1, in Township 42 South,
Y: .... red and green like a Christmastree north half of the southwest quar- Range 32 East, in Glades County,

::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: and looks quite effective on tin ter (N 31; of and SW'A all)of of fractional fractional section section -- to satisfy ALLEN.said decree CLEMENTS and all, costs., NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

blue water. She is 20 inch ,
a dredge
And now the mullet fishermen 32, Township 42 South, Range Special Master in Chancery. Monday, August 20, 1934, at 4:00
with 1200 h. triple-expansion engines -
I p. 32 East, in Glades County. Evans Mershon &
strike. Well I should
have United States Eastern
gone on o'clock P. M.,
And she is digging about 60 I
IN HENDIIY COUNTY First National Bank Bldg. _
worry, I can use fiddlers or pinfishfor ; Standard time is fixed as the date
percent rock, and advancing about In Township 43 South, Ilanp.c 32 East Miami, Florida,
bait. I and time when, and the City Hall in
100 feet a day, moving the present All of fractional sections 1, 2, Solicitors for Plaintiff.D .
is designatedas
how cock- the City of Clewiston
But it just goes to show channel cver 10 feet on the far 3 and 4; the north half_ (N% ) of & N Aug. 10, 17, 24.31.NOTICE the place where, the City Com-
eyed the world is getting. I always the north half (Nlf.J) of section 9 ;
side from the causeway. Her masteris mission of the City of Clewiston
thought it was the fish that were C. F. Loga-an unusual name anda the north half (NVa) of the. north shall hold a public meeting for the
supposed to do the striking, so a case half (N%) of section 10; the north
businesslike and efficient man. of considering and acting
be very half Nth of section 11, and all purpose
of fishermen striking ought to ( )
James Morton is the pleasant and upon the assessment roll, of actingas
news, like a dog bitin' a man. the north half (Nl ) of section 12, a Board of Equalization, of hear-
aboard and
Speakin' of strikes, there are two accomodating inspector except the northern forty ((40) Notice fe hereby given that the ing and receiving testimony as to
we discovered many mutual friends, acres of the northwest: quarter Board of Public Instruction in and
or three other groups that could the value of property, real or-
since Morton had worked on the (NWU) thereof, all_ in township 43 for Hendry County, Florida, will on
loss the tax asses-
walk out without causin' me any personal, as fixed by :
cress state survey. South, Range 32 East, in Hendry I the first day of September A. D. 1934 reviewingand
breakin heart. sor, and of perfecting,
of sleep or my
Then the Arundel tug took us County. I( receive sealed proposal to purchase equalizing the 1934 tax assess-
Any time the Amalgamated Guava aboard and chugged us back to wherewe In Township 43 South; Range-3.3 East One School Bus with Ford 157 inch ment.

Pickers or the American Federationof had left our car and we took Bill All of fractional .section: .6 and }I one and one half ton chassis, dual This notice dated this 6th day of
Spinach Pullers take it into their the north half (N%) of section, 7, wheels equipped in front with 7.00
Hunter back to the .
government reservation I August, A. D. 1934..F.
heads to lay down their baskets and in Township, 43 South, Range 33 x20 tires and in rear with 32x6
to tell Colonel Brown what .
start picketin' the fields, it'll be East, in Hendry County. I heavy duty '10 ply tires, Wayne all DEANE DUFF;
a gorgeous time we had, and to chat said decree all Steel President Commission.No. .
Dokey with me. to satisfy and costs. body with seating capacity of

Okey We have certainly had our share a few minutes with friends in the ALLEN CLEMENTS,. sixty children. Shatterproof glass.- J 33, Aug. 10, 17. .

office. Special Master in Chancery.
of strikes in this country for the past ,I :-=:-- H__ _____ .----- --
What a day! Do you wonder that Evans, Mershon & Sawyer,

few months. Some folks seem terribly Dredge Boat Annie couldn't possibly First National Bank Bldg., I "H"-OO-
upset about it. They want us to believe Miami, Florida, fHH..H..H..H.-: : :+:.: :": :" : :
hold the Kollum to decent brevitythis ,
that it is only the beginningand ltif
Solicitors for Plaintiff.D I
week? And at that, I've left outscores .. /
predict all sorts of disasters. & N Aug. 10, 17, 24, 31. .t. -
of the most interesting things sf\\ \ :

However, they overlook the fact about the dredges in Miami and the .a. :

that we've been stagin' a first class work there. And I can't close with> NOTICE MASTER'S, SALE 'i
wrestlin' bout with old man Depres- jrl
out giving my impression of the
sion, and 'came so. near to havin' our Miami Beach engineer office and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ?! CLEWISTON 60LF

shoulders pinned to the mat that itwasn't the undersigned Special Master in AI
personnel. Office and warehouse arc virtue of the final de Y
Chancery, by
even funny arranged with such fastidious neat- cree of foreclosure entered in that
While the Republicans were refereein' i iY
ness that it is a pleasure to ,go over certain cause pending in the Circuit I COURSE
-the match anything went. :
them; the reservation is lovely be- Court of the The Twelfth Judicial :

Hair pullin', eye gougin', chokin', yond words with foliage plants. Circuit of Florida, for Hendry County : : Ji.

kickin' on the shin, or what have alms, flowers, bordered paths; over in Chancery, being case number .t. "..

you, until the melee got so blamed all floats Old Glory from a steel flag 668, wherein Central Farmers' Trust :;: .- .".:-, ,.J'/ :_ :;:

rough the combatants knocked the Company, a corporation, as Trustee, .:. -. ,. .
staff, a miniature Effel tower. Colonel .:. -" -
referee clean out of the ring and put. Brown ,is a gentleman and schol- is plaintiff, and Clewiston Farms : A

in a new one named Roosevelt. Company, a corporation, et al, are defendants A
ir and the of
very essence courtesy,
weren't will, on Monday, Sep' ember :1 AV
He saw we gettin' any
end not since father died havt
3, 1934, between the hours of
place the way we were goin', so he A
heard such beautiful and effective eleven o'clock, A. M., and two o'clock, : AIi'

cracked down on us and said hereafter English as that which he uses sc P. at the front door of the County

we gotta play the game accordin' effortlessly. Bill Hunter's guidanceand Courthouse in LaBelle, Florida, of- '

to the rules. day-long presence was a joy to fer for sale and sell at public out- Ii' i[ Open to the Public' ] .

That put old man Depression at a us, who have known and admired cry, to the best and highest bidderfor

disadvantage and we've, had'him on him for years. cash the following described real t -

the defensive most of the time since. Oh, what's the use trying to express ')roperty in Hendry and Glades Coun- I.+ .t.t.,
ies, Florida, to-wit: .' = .t.
These strikes we're havin', while dis- it
? We had a grand, a glorious,
comfortin' and at the IN HENDRY COUNTY I ,
annoyin1: are a perfect day. Y I IY
rn Township 43 South, Range 33 East I
same time an indication that we're
The south half (S%) of section y't.. I
makin' headway. --ag; .:,
The young fellow who attempted tc 7, Township 43 South, Range 33 .:. I .t,
in I
We've had several depressions East. .t,
sail a litHe boat from Daytona Beach .t.
this country in years gone by and if In Township 43 South, Range 32 East y

you'll take the trouble to go back to some point across the Atlantic'reo The south half (S%) and the II

and check the records, you'll find that minds us of a story J. L. Stalling south half of the north half (S% i Moderate Green *=:

In every instance, after we had turn- told us many years ago. Think we've of N%) of section 9, and the south y lFees'I .:4

told it before but it is so apropos we half and the south half of
(S1,2) I
ed the corner and were well on our :;: Exceptional !
way back to normal, our, pathwaywas will repeat it. A farmer owned a bull the north half (S%, of N'/. ) of sec- ::

calf. It the rail- tion 10 all of fractional section I
was grazing along ; *
all cluttered with strikes and Interesting Greens Ii *_
road. It saw a train coming and 5; all that part of uusurveyed .
turmoil.It .t. '.
fractional section 6 and all of I 1
charged the locomotive, head-on. Y I I ?
is as natural as a black and blue sections 7 and 8, situate, lying and .. I III.
The farmer saw the collision and : .:.
spot after a bump, ugly looking, yes, being north and east of a line para- -
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went to where the broken of '

but to be expected. We're going thrua the little bull lay. "Well calf body," he llel with and 200 feet south) and ...............,-...-..........................-......'..........................:.............-.......-.........-..."....-...............>:..... ..........."-." ............=...... ...fI1.
readjustment period now but we'llcome west of the center line of the road,
said, "I admire but durn
out of it all right and find sun- your nerve .. -.-- .,
your judgment.-Leesburk Commercial. -
ny days ,ahead.

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Here in. Florida we have less to ---- --:-- ;;: ,.

tions.worry about Nature than has folks indeed in been other kind sec- If government undertakes to assist :. :i: A ::. :i.t.y :

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? to us. When we compare our few drouth impoverished farmers of the 't'.t. Ay

North and West in finding different A
troubles with those of sister stateswe '

quickly realize what a blessingit locations on other than marginal :i: :i: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :: ::t:

is to be 3. Floridian. lands, many will be found who prefer .. .t. .. .t.

a mighty good one for Florida. Alla removing to Florida, it safely may A I + A

mighty good one for Floriad. All be anticipated. I .i' 't... .t.VAI ..

indications point to a whale of a tour- I .'t.. : .t. .t..

ist season. Business generally is on Publicity is all-powerful. Newspaper -I' .t.'t' .t..z. '.::.

the upgrade. Our fruit and vegetableswill ; advertising is the best.' 'I.t. y v
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find a splendid market with our yy V t.
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marketing arrangements in better NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE A v.t. -

shape. than for many years. .+. 1 v.t. ..
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We can well afford to heed ourgovernor's NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that yv y.t.

call the undersigned Special Master in .. 't. .t. .'.
to set aside this weekas + .' .:.
Chancery, by virtue of the final de- .t' I :. .
a week of prayer for other states '.. .t. I '. ,, .
cree of foreclosure entered in that ,. ...' .:.. .t.. "',.G
with strife and difficulties anda t .. ,'. .. J
certain cause pending in the Circuit .t. : .t.
week of thanksgiving for the bless- .t. .t. .t. .t. -
Court of the The Twelfth Judicial .. .t' I ..t' ..t.Vy .
ings that are
ours. Circuit of Florida, for Hendry County yAyy

in Chancery, being case number y I v y

CASTLES IX THE <: LADE::> 669, wherein Central Farmers' Trust y I y
+ VAvv
i Company, a corporation, as: trustee, is v
(Continued from na-rp ;i' plaintiff and Sugarland Development VvY

some anchor. The Corozal is digging Company, a corporation, et al, are defendants y y y

channel will, on Monday, September .i. 'z. .! **
500 feet wide and 33 feet '.' .>.." i.
3, 1934, between the hours of :
and her ladder makes the X X1

round trip over and back in aboutan yA AYy
hour and twenty minutes in her m. "'" tr .. ... I 'z.AA Y.
present location I ?

A You Wreck 'Em
well-balanced and tastily- repar- yA AYyA

ed lunch ends all too soon an inspec- AY. ..
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tion trip worth making an effort tc Fix 'Em ,t. .t, ... .i. ..z.H .

enjoy. To the Corozal, her officer

and men, and to the Arundel Corporation PAINTING BODY AND : i ." ,.; .,. Jy} U

i I owe and. give sincere and FKXDKKVOHK -.. .... I I :' ,< """ ,. ",.' .. '....:,,:;,,' : ...
.. .' :
.e. : : < y
hearty thanks for a most interesting TOPS SEAT COVERSUPIOLSTERY of .tt. .t., : :;..,.' ." #<, ':' ;\ ; ,,,,\.\ -:' .:.
;<< .
v. I ,.. .
and unique experience. .A. ... t I ,,--'"'' .- "0-".,". <, '<...'. .:,"'

The "Captain Al" s'i
us back to + -
visit ,Done by An Expert : ::
our old friend the Danla y
tied ,
I .. : .e'
up along the causeway having some I Courteous Service .t.t_! .. The Balance Like: Rent :
more auxiliary power installed. Captain Work Guaranteed N :=: :: Pay :i:

Cameron ,expected to be at work Prices Reasonable. : :;: ==
digging the next evening. Since leav- .. .=, WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES t.:'

ing here the Dania has had one CO h. PIONEERService :ii-: :: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :i: :;:

p ting just: auxiliary 250 about h. installed double p.;. additional her and power., is which now Syn-will get- Stairli i: n ClevJistoll Home Building Association II .

chronizing all these extra engines is BELLE GLADE PCfO i; '0

going to be some job of tuning Wrecker Service at All Hmm: A X
;;; ;:. PHONE 102 .z. ;t;

Government Inspector Bradenburger 111II' r L-'f "", ... .!.