The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 24, 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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System ID: UF00028415:00489
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I Magazine Articles Describe IG. HENDRY HURTIN George\ Schmidt 111 In 1 J WALTER BLAIR DEAD

St. Louis

Okeechobee, Levee WorkConstruction AUTO WRECK Hospita AS RESULT ACCIDENT

George Schmidt, local superintendent -

work on the Lake Clewiston- Land Well G. Hendry of Moore Haven was of the McWilliams Dredgin SATURDAY NIGHTWalter
company is seriously ill in a S .
Okeechobee levee project provided interesting injured seroiusly and his wife received < -
minor bruises when the For Louis hospital, according to a me: -
subject matter for descriptive Drained for Farming "
articles\ found In the August 16 sedan in which they were riding overturned : sage received here at the 21c'VUIiams Blair, 24, of Greenwood,

Engineering News-Record and in the shortly after noon Friday on office. South Carolina, was killed in a highway

August issue of Construction Meth- Land in the Clewiston townsite is the Palm Beach highway about thrc Mr. Schmidt left several days ago accident on the Palm Beach

ods, both trade journals published by being pressed into service by several miles east of Clewiston.J. for a two weeks vaca'uol1 and trip highway 8 miles west of Belle Glade

the McGrawHill Publishing company farmers who intend to put in early; B. Turner and M. E. VonMac to the main office of the McWilliam}[ Saturday night when the truck in

.. of New York. fall crops where proper dainag happened along shortly after the accident < company in New Orleaqs. He went which he and a large group of ne-
first to Peoria, Illinois, for a short
groes were returning to Clewiston
'Th 'story in the News-Record was makes early planting possible. Three and found the woman had
visit with relatives. Mrs Schmid[ ,
from work on a drainage culvert
good-sized tracts, all located within escaped crawling through a window
first in the issue, and was by -
given space I
r ,who had been visiting there, left with]
[ structure near South Bay collided
f written by S. T. Henry, southeastern the townsite, are already under leas< of the cr.r, but the man was I
him to return to their home in New
editorial representative, who spent for planting within a few weeks pinned beneath it wlth'only head and I with another, truck and overturned
I Orleans. It the to New '
was on trip
orrthe edge of the road. _
several days in Clewiston and other Charlie Miner is having the block; shoulders protruding. Summonin; .
I Orleans that Mr. Schmidt was take: I Blair, who had lived here, for
localities along the lakeshore gather- between the Clewiston Drug? company three negroes at work in a nearb; several -
t suddenly 111 and entered the St.Louis
ing material and pictures for the de- and the canal plowed this week for field the men managed to extricate i months, was reported to have
hospital. Details of his illness are 110t
riding on the fender of the
fall Hendry from the wreck and took him
b scriptive articles. The six pages of a crop.L.
i known here.
f the article are illustrated with six B. Newman of Belle Glade will to Clewiston for treatment. A preliminary I I truck driven by R. G. Simpson, sus-
I Elmer Kranz, assistant superintendent -
tained broken arms and legs and
pictures taken on the job and with plant the block in which the Avan examination! disclosed ribs "
is in charge during Mi.
i a map showing the route of the 66 home is located, and Harry Lucas of broken and probable internal injui- Schmidt's I probable internal injuries. He died
I | short time after the
a accident. Ho
mile levee and positions of the hur- Belle Glade has a lease on 35 acres ies. He was sent to an Arcadia hospital -

t ftricane gates. There is also a cross in townsite, between the Laundry for Xrays'and treatment.It ---- I was well known and liked by a large
\ section of levee showing typical: de- building and Francisco street. He is alleged that Hendry, who wa circle of friends made during his '
will in beans squash pepper and the had been City Taxes [ residence here at the Watanabe Hotel
sign for dragline and for hydraulic put driving car, drinkin
plant. and no other explanation of the accident I and more recently on the "Golden
construction. The concrete structureswill egg !
I I At Meeting Monday Days" quarterboal of the C. Y. Thom-
be described in a later article. Much of the land on the East shore was brought to light; I

Construction Methods .illu.;/.:rates of the lake is too wet from recent [ ason Construction company' by whichhe

much the same description of the rains to prepare' now: for planting,, was employed.
The tax assessment roll of the city Funeral
The Everglades Home took
construction work with ten pictures I and the crops on the land in this vicinity -
i SEVERAL ENTER GOLF of Clewiston was accepted withou
and gives four pages to the entire' should come in earlier and ( charge of the body, which was returned -
change at the equalization meeting
to Greenwood for burial.
. I find a higher market.
article. held in the City Hall Monday after- Besides the untimely death of
The stories bring out two pointsin SCORES IN TOURNEYF.
noon. young Blair, the accident resulted in
the levee work that should be of
Disaster Committee No specific complaints, or. request: the injury of eight negroes, one of
much interest to the average reader,
for changes in assessments were
them receiving fatal injuries. They
particularly those in the Evergladeswho D. Duff held first or low score
Named by Red CrossMrs. made, the only visitors present discussing -I were brought to Clewiston for treat-

can see the work at first-hand. in the Ringer Contest at the CIew- the taxing sitiation generally ment. J. Watson, whose conditionwas

One of these. is the set-up of four The tax rate for the city of Clew
iston Golf course with a score of serious, was taken to a West
draglines! as organized and used by ''R. Y. Patterson, chairman of
i Iston compares favorably with other .
34; Emmett Shelley was second with Palm Beach hospital, and his subse-
the McWilliams Dredging company. he; Clewiston chapter of American towns in this section. quent death has been reported.
The dragline section plans contem- Red Cross, has perfected the disaster a score of 36 and Tom Shelley and
The accident was investigated by
plated the use of 175 foot boom ma- elief organization with the -appoint- Jack Barrett tied for third place with I
Palm Beach county authorities but no
chines, such as have become standardon nent of the following: I scores of 37 each. Entries are still Cities Service Products I charges have resulted from the tragic

Mississippi river levee ,construction. E. L. Stewart, chairman of disaster being made in the contest which closes :(occurrence..

Contractors using smaller ma- : relief.J. October 5th. The, first prize will Will Be Sold Here!

chines must obviously handle some A. McGeehee, chairman of food be a box of half-dozen golf balls,,

I material twice. McWilliams uses two jommittee.: and the second award will be one- Construction ActivitiesDriving

f 125 foot, one 50 and one 75 foot H. J. B. Scharnberg chairman of fourth dozen balls. Cities Service tanks, the first of:

boom machines in a group. A small lousing committee. Entries who have hung up scores; i that company in Clewiston, are, being -

machine proceeds ahead just outside Roy Gren, chairman of transportation are E. P. Shelley H. R. Hall, C. F. installed in front of Lonnie'i of spar piling to mark the

,,:" the toe of the permanent levee berm : committee. Goodman-. -D,.. DuffJack Barrett Lunch and will be operated as the< .navigation channels in Lake Okeechobee -

I and throws up a false berm from material The local disaster relief. organizy of Canal Point, Jay Moran, Mrs. F. Cities Service Station by Lonnie : was begun Ibis week by forces of

il .from the borrow pit. One of ion: is planned in each chapter ands D. Duff, .H. A. Bestor, Dick Gibbons: Ridgdlll, who is proprietor the< the U. S. Engineer office, and will

,I E9;. the 125 foot machines follows on this I made up for the purpose of being of Canal Point, Pete V'ilson, Dr. lunch room. I I continue until all channels _arc

I' r S false berm and with material from prepared for local relief in case, of White of Belle Glade and Tom Shel: Some delay: in the installation of clearly marked. The new work is

the borrow pit places threefourthsor any disaster, such as storm, fire or ley. Others who have entered the the gasoline pumps has been occasioned : supplementary to the insufficient

more' of the main embankment. Ir like calamity. contest haven't posted scores as yet. by the fact that rock was I marking provided by the several

r The'second 125 foot machine in one Rules, of the, contest, as providedby struck in the excavation for placingthe ; lights maintained on the lake, and

motion places the material where it Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Byrd, are, as gasoline tanks below ground, and I will prove of much' benefit to all

i is required. fn the same position as Ball Teams Play for follows: progress has been slow. J craft on the waters of Lake Okee-

I it proceeds along the job it removes, I On entering the contest, file your Mr. Ridgdill came here from La- chobee as well l as expediting the mov-

I the excess material previously placed Practice Here SundayA score with the office and same will] Belle two months ago and opened the' ing of equipment employed on the

: l in the working berm and places this be entered on the score board. On lunch room, which is located on the levee project.

material in the permanent levee., Only each round played after entering the highway near the theatre. -
\ Moore Haven baseball team' arrived -
of the total embankment -
a small percentage contest, any holes played on which
unexpectedly in Clewiston Sunday A new 70-foot boom dragline has
'__ thus has to be rehandled.The .
have a lower score than that appearing -
second small dragline digs and afternoon and suffered a 14 to you been added this week to the equip-
on the score board, draw a
refills the fire cutoff trench. It also 3 defeat at the hands of the hastily circle around ,such scores and they County Judge Rider on ment being used by Joseph Spadaroand f k

places along that toe of the main levee gathered Clewiston nine. will be entered on board. At the the George Colon company on

a low fill ahead of the first largedragline The game was poorly played conclusion of the contest those haying Bench in Other Courts their levee contract north of :Moore

thus preventing loss of material throughout and action was very slow. Haven on'the western extremity of
the three low medal scores will
\ placed by the latter. This small Hen ry and Daniel for Moore ,Haven be entitled prizes outlined above. the south shore levee. This section of

dragline also does finishing work. and Wilson and Hawkins for Clew- ,County Judge H. A. Rider, of La- approximately 12 miles of levee is
All scores turned in to the office
The rapidity and apparent ease with iston were the batteries. Belle, ha3 been assigned by Governor nearing completion with about two
I must be attested and signed by the
which the McWilliams contract has Sholtz to the county judge's court at miles left to close the gap betweenthe
scorekeeper and one of the players.
been executed has been noticeable to ,, Everglades to try some cases in which dragline section and the hydraulic -
those unacquainted with con- .Ford SubDealershipTo No scores entered except where-two I Judge W. Z. Platt is disqualified. The section. The equipment on the jobs
even or more are playing in match. All
struction work. G. E. EthertonAn trials, will begin Monday. making good progress with the con-
rules appearing on score card must
went to Lee --- .,
development Judge Rider recently struction.
An interesting and important -
be observed. Any strokes used in kill- in the
county to try several cases
in methods has been thatof snakes in the rough must be "General," of the
Atlantic authorized Ford sales and sere: ing absence of County Judge David El- The dredge,
Fred McKenzie of counted. Adding machines will be which has been
ice station was established at the mer Ward from the state. Arundel corporation
Dredging and Construction company Sugarland Service station here this furnished ,by the CONTEST BOARD leased by the war department to assist -

who worked out a system of unwater- week when Glen Etherton was granted when same is needed by players.Here's on the levee project, is scheduled -
1A ing the borrow pit and doing all excavation -
to arrive on location Sept. 15. R
the sub-dealership for Fords from
.-..- in material. A Gasoline Sales Show
dry '
from ,
the Jacksonville branch office. Sales Is being towed
small dragline throws up a low dyke will be made through the LaBelle present location, and will enter the
the levee route the Fish Story Hendry in 45th Place
well to each side of Motor Company, and the same serv-, lake through the St. Lucie canal toe
and cross dykes to cut off a section ,\ \. in division twon
ice will be given at the Clewiston subdealership That Won Prize in ) assigned to work
feet in length' Couch
1500 or more
as in LaBelle.Mr. Activity during what is usually ) the portion which was awarded to
; pumps then are used to remove the Etherton states that he will ''Lying Competition considered the dull summer monthsIs :he' Canal Construction company: and
water from this borrow pit, and the I
keep a supply of genuine Ford parts reflected in the report of gasoline, ater cancelled by mutual c nent.
material to
draglines by having dry and Is equipped to give satisfactionon Froni Oklahoma City comes the kerosene and fertilizer used in Henry In preparation for the arrival of
work in remove and place material -
( with greater speed and less loss. repair and service work. following fish story: I (} county during: the month of July. he "General," two draglines have
been at work for several days -
the inspection bureau :
from -
will A man was fishing on the bank of The reports
The same bucket come up heaped -
and ,
with material, if dry, when it will Florida Fast Becoming a river one day, passing the time I of the department of agricul- parallel retaining 6,000 feet dykes have been approxImately

1 be a scant level and"much of that wat away by drinking his favorite high ture just compiled show that Hendry the "General" to fill
State of Convention used 74,747 gallons of completed for
er, if excavating under water. The spirits. Suddenly he stopped. county gaso- material.The .

dry material is placed and handled Addressing a minnow nearby, he line, and 7,465 gallons of kerosene" n with arrival levee of the "General" will

. t.;: more accurately than wet, also. Mr. MIAMI, Aug. 23, (FNSFloridafast said; "Say, old man, you're a pretty The county ranked 45th from the top ring the number of dredges on.

' ,fi' McKenzie tried out this system on a becoming the nation's outstanding -. good friend of mine. I've got two In[ amount of gasoline used and 39th section to three.Equipment.

:.' smaller scale building the road grade convention tt-.lc, was selected fo. drops left. I'll give you half of whatis from the top in the amount of kero- his

,.j' from Moore Haven to connect with the next biennial conference of the left." sene. This Is in a county which, by

.' state road 25 at a point 10 miles Business and Professional Women 01 He then placed a drop in the minnow's population is one of the smaller coun-
I ties of the state, and the large com- New Now
:'., west of Clewiston. The success of Dixie. outstretched mouth and, drank

the method on this road work led to The decision of the Southeast region .. the other himself. He threw the bot- parative amount of gasoline and -

its introduction in levee construction.The to hold its 1936 convention a tle over his shoulder and leaned back kerosene sales reflects an unusual Being 'Shown HereA

articles give explanation of the :Miami: Biltmore Hotel, Cora 1 against a tree to rest for a wM'c. amount of summer activity.

the hydraulic method of levee build- Gables, drew tremendous applause al t In less than a minute there was a Hendry county residents also purchased '

ing and voices the opinion that the the National Federation of Busines I terrible splashing of water and what 25 tons of fertilizer during display: of General Electric re-

entire levee could have been ,con and Professional Women's clubs ii 1 do you think the fisherman raw? July, ranking 31st in the amount of rigeratora and other electrical equip J'

-A"structed by this method economically session at Blue Ridge, N. C. las t I There in front of him was tIc minI fertilizer among the 67 Florida coun- sent was arranged in the Clewiston Stebel,
office this wek by C. E.
and satisfactorily.The week. now he had befriended carrying an ties.: dews
I Gasoline totals for the state were dealer, of Pahokee.
bass in Its
Mrs. Layde J. Sawyer of Tampa. 8-pound mouth. fortwo
young blossoms of the lotus, presiden of the Florida federation, And as a lesult of the above story, 16,719,271 gallons, with kerosene: The display will remain here

in India are steeped in sugar water, was instrumental in selling the con. its author, 'L. D. Rickey, of Ardmore, amounting to 1,697,880$ gallgjis, 5- weeks and Mr. Stebel will this spend.week

boiled to a paste, powdered with tugfir \ .I Iference on the "sunny. land of F1Qrilia" .I Oklft., holds the title of Oklahoma's. .. 1769 tons of fertilizer were gold., in Ylday and Saturday nnlts! of of the rl1cIN, :

( and\ \ then i left to! *?t a* a f Cnnl jet1 V1 \ ( I"champion), I liar." Ilht! entire,! etatn ilurlnjj l July, htft to urouiote :


trol of the situation. Constantine Is MICHAEL F. SHANNON I

News Review of Current In a wheat growing area and the Arab I Mercolized Waxcfq

farmers had a poor crop this year.

The rioting gave them n chance to

Events the World Over wipe out many debts to Jewish bank-

ers and shopkeepers. + ; w..


SHIPPING and business interests

long have urged the establishmentof

President Roosevelt's Vacation Trip Ends-NRA Modification "free ports" or foreign trade zones 1Lz7

at many; American sea, lake and river

and Drouth Relief Taken Up-VonPapen's ports, and this Is now under consideration ;: 4i1E

Austria. by the government, having Keeps Skin ) ufq
Hard Task
been authorized by the last congress. Absorb blemishes and discoloration using
Trade and shipping experts are pre- : Mcrcolizcd Wax daily as directed. Invisible -
t o y3 particles of aged skin are freed and all
paring Information on how to applyfor defects such blackheads, tan, freckles and
By EDWARD W. grants. ? / W c large pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully

by Western Newspaper Union. Some of the cities that have asked years clear younger., velvety Mercolized and so soft Wax-brings lace looks out

how to set up the trade zones are your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists.
d "We are satisfied! they wired, "thatan
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT end New York, Newark, N. J., Providence, 1 j Powdered Saxolite; iI
his rather long vacation trip, returning agreement between employers and R. I. Pittsburgh Philadelphia, San' I Reduces wrinkles and other agc-Henfl. Sim-
I ; bd
Park, employees could be reached were It its: 6 to his home In Hyde Diego, Calif. Miami, Fla., and Hobo- y witch hazel and use daily as face lotion |
not for the Interference
by small
New York. During the remainder of a ken, N. J. Private corporations b located -
body of citizens known to be Communist -
the summer and on the Great Lakes also are inter-
meets he agitators who are being supportedIn
congress ested. tf
will spend some, time their agitations by the sympathetic 1 ( 9 u
attitude of Gov. Floyd B. Olson.
there and In Warm but At the end of the statement was a FROM non on Communists are not and WORK ,
Springs, Georgia, to have so pleasant a time
. sentence Interpreted as a request for
most of the time In the United States, and the spro.id- thanalOO 2WASHING
replacement of the federal mediators \
.S:: will be In Washington
In their destructive doctilne will
!! of : I -
Father Francis J. Haas and E. H.
with the na- k i
busy not be so easy. Con-
tion's affairs In his Dunnigan.The MACHINE ho
gressional investigations
conciliators were authors of a
temporary has been office establishedin peace plan which the union acceptedwith I 'f.Y 3 into this matter Michael F. Shannon, new grand exalted The

of alacrity because It granted a may not have amounted ruler of the Elks, is leading that
the blue room maximum the made before to a great deal, organization in No Heating with Matches orTorch..No
-- --- -- n --- of demands I. a country-wide cam-
President the White House.offices The the walkout. It was turned down _but several of the paign against the spread of Commu- Waiting..Lights Instantly: Like Gas ..

Roosevelt executive and are by the employers, but mediation pro ; country's great organizations nism. REDUCEyourironing time one-third

being remodeled ceeded until the principal point of dif have undertaken ;your labor one-half! The Cole-
enlarged. One of the first matters to man Self-Heating Iron will save you ,'"
ference now concerns the rehiring of :1 arouse )
claim the President's attention Is the time and work than a $100 wash
the to the dan- r
all the strikers. The Haas-Dunnigan people EXTORTION
modification of NRA. The secret cabinet ing machine Iron any place where you '
plan makes that blanket provision.The ger that threatens
committee he appointed to In- can be comfortable. No endless! trips carryingiron
employers do not swish to be their government and ADMITTED BY YOUTH from stove to board. Operating cost only
quire into the legality and advisabilityof J/2* an hour. Helps you do better Ironing,
forced who have their national instltuElks -
to take back men
continuing and extending the price R S h annon easier, quicker.See .
III. r.
Communistic sympathies. tlons. The Order of hardware houseiurnlshlng dealer.
fixing features Oi NRA has decided Gen. Hugh Johnson's efforts to end took cognizance of the Commu- Col. H. H. Rogers Was to Have If local your dealer doesn't or handle,write us.
this price fixing should be restricted THE COLEMAN LAMP & STOVE COMPANY
and abandoned and there the strike of live stock handlers at nist threat In Its convention in Kan- Been His Victim.New Dcpt. WU306. Wichita Kam; Chicago 111.; Lou

Is little gradually doubt that this ,advice will the Union stockyards In Chicago were sas City, and Michael F. Shannon, Its Angeles Ontario:Canada.Calif.; Pbiiadelphia Pa.; or Toronto[<305l ,

successful. The strike called off newly elected exalted ruler, ,is
be followed. Whether or not the fix- was grand York.-A former chauffeur for I

ing of prices Is legal, it has brought and Federal Judge Sullivan resumedhis now making an airplane tour of the Col. Henry Huddleston Rogers was arrested -

sharp and continuous criticism from work as mediator to construe the country for the purpose of urging every and confessed police said, to a +. 1t" $ I I nECEMNG TELLER

Senator Borah and many others which award he made on May 31 as arbitrator lodge of the order to carry on the blackmail extortion plot against the y

has not been relished by the New of a similar strike that took place "Pro-America" program In Its commu- Standard Oil millionaire.The .
last November. nity. He will travel 10,000 miles to
police had watched the man'smovements
what he calls orders"to t y f
give "marching
his way from the west coast the for several days: but had
GREEN BAY WIS. the President the 1,400 Elk lodges. Of the Com
President not only saw some of the IN waited until their evidence would
great public works projects of the delivered what was considered his munists in America, Mr. Shannon says: prove incontestable. When the arrest I

Northwest through principal political address of the "A vast and formidable organizationhas
but also passed was made the prisoner was carryingan
He told his hearers that the been set up. The United StatesIs
regions that have suffered severely year.
old suitcase which he believed
from the drouth. So he is backing up New Deal was going ahead on its non- now divided Into twenty districts, tained the $10,000 he had demandedon

the government ageacIes in their partisan road and that those who sup- each with Its own committee. Each
the threat of doing violence to Mrs.
work of hurrying vast sums of gov- port it "do so because It is a square district Is divided Into, two sectionsand
Rogers, the former Mrs. Pauline Van
ernment money to the arid regionsto deal and because It Is essential to the subsections, with section commit PLUGS
tees set In accordance with the res- Der Voort Dresser, whom Mr. Rogers Cleaned
ease the human suffering and also preservation of security and happiness up ,
of another such of free idential locations of the Communist married almost a year ago.
to lessen the chances a society. !
.members. I The prisoner, who described him SAVE YOU money
catastrophe. The public works admin The President's reference to Wisconsin -
"Youth organizations, formed to I self as John Cvaniger, twenty-six, was
istratlon, which had an original ap political alignments was this I STOP THE WASTE OF 1 GALLON OF GAS
propriation of $3,300,000,000, revealed significant remark: teach not,only disrespect, but hate, for charged with extortion, blackmail, and
have appeared violation of the federal
it had spent about $400,000,000 on "Your ,two senators, both old friendsof American institutions, knownas
Organizations under patriotic the Lindbergh law which covers CLEANED IN THE AC SPARK PLUG CLEANER
projects to aid impoverished western mine, and many others have everywhere. use
families. worked with me In maintaining excel-' names, but designed to destroy of the mails to extort funds by threatsof only 5c a plug

Emergency relief administration of. lent co-operation betwen the execu- confidence in our government are kidnaping or violence. Police said

ficials announced they had allotted tive and legislative branches of the meeting nightly. Bureaus of propaganda Cvaniger also went by the name of When your spark plugs are oxide-

are working secretly." Allen and that he coated, they mis-fire intermit-
huge sums to feed men and women. government. was a native of
of tently.. This wastes as much as 1 ... .
They also have spent thousands to Senator Robert M. LaFollette, Re- The Crusaders, that organization Pueblo, Colo.Cvaniger '
care for starving cattle. publican Independent and sponsor of young business men that was so influ- said he bore no ill will for gallon of gas in 10. Ask any 't'

Public Works- .Administrator Har- the new state political party, is up for ential in bringing about repeal of pro the Rogers family and did not know Registered AC Dealer, Garage or

old L. Ickes, who was on an inspec- re-election. F. Ryan Duffy, Democrat, hibition, has been reorganized and, under why he had singled them out. Service Station to stop this loss of

tion tour In the drouth area, orderedhis Is the other senator from Wisconsin. the leadership of Fred G. Clark, Colonel Rogers, fifty-two, has been money-by cleaning your spark
all construction commander in chief, has entered the plugs with the AC Cleaner.
forces to
expedite elected In 1932. married three, times, his first two mar-
the Communists and oth- Replace badly worn plugs with
projects affecting the dry re fight against riages ending in divorce. veteran
gions.NATIONALIZATION. ,r FRANZ VON PAPEN, vice chancel- er groups that seek to overthrow yachtsman, he maintains an elaborate New ACs.

Germany, who was appointed American institutions.. Among its national Long Island estate with a de luxe glass Look for the "PIug-in-the-Tub"

of silver, au- minister to Austria during the excitement advisers are Aldrich Blake, enclosed swimming 1)001.Y

congress, was that followed the assassination Oklahoma City; Francis H. Brownell
New York ; John W. Davis, New York ; lJt
ordered into effect by the President. of Chancellor
Prof. E.: W. Kemmerer, Princeton, N. Jilted Suiter Drinks
This will have little Immediate effecton Dollfuss, has been accepted "

the average citizen, though the by the Austrian J. ; Martin W. Littleton ,New York; Poison With Beer; Dies THE QUALITY SPARK PLUG
Alfred P. Sloan, Jr., New York ;
move is somewhat Inflationary and a cabinet after Madison.-Sylvester Fosmark, twen- Tune In: RAYMOND KNIGHT and the CUCKOOS-

started prices on the up-grade. Big K considerable delay.1 Charles F. Thwing, Cleveland ; JamesP. ty-six Morrisonville, died here froma Saturdays,10:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Saving Tima
and SewellL.
debtors and owners of silver mines t His avowed task Is Warburg, New of he
dose which
benefit value of the Avery and Albert D. Lasker, Chi strychnine washed
but as the
will to restore amicable
down with of beer while
a glass a
dollar goes down, the holders of securities ;.4 relations ,between the cago. Whitens Clears The
saloon. He told physicians the prin ,
Paul Reveres national
The a organ-
and loans suffer loss. two but
The President's order directs the this governments will not be ,easy ization, was established especially to cipal reason for his act was that he Skis Quiclest WayNo
Institutions bad been 'jilted by his sweetheart,
cleanse educational and religious -
f surrender to the government of all Chancellor Schusch-
I Alice Meland of Morrisonville.
silver bullion and bars within DO days, nlgg is as determined of subversive influences; matter how dull and dark your

the price to be paid being 50.01 cents 10 root. out. Nazism-- and the American Vigilante Intelligence At the hospital, Fcsmark also told complexion; no matter how freckled and

ri: an ounce. Silver coins and silverwareare Franz Von in Austria his federation is also actively combating physicians he had changed his mind coarsened by sun and wind, Nadinola
as was ..
Papen Communism: The Departmentof and did not want to 'die. He pleaded Bleaching Cream will r-1':;:%',;::$>>;:..,:, m
Under the silver u
not Included. predecessor, and at
smooth \& '
his life his whIten.clear and t ::t' ,\N
Americanization of the American with them to save saying "
purchase act the treasury is author- the same time the German Nazis are your skin to new beauty,
ized to value the silver It obtains at keeping up their press and radio attacks Legion is working in the same cause.A mother and sister could not live with quickest, easiest way." r.r.f'9'f? :
congressional subcommittee, of out him. Just apply at bedtime; / ''-
,. 51.20 an ounce and to issue silver cer- on the Austrian government. In 4' <
which Representative Gharles Krameris After taking the poison, Fosmarkrlroe Nadinola, tested and ;:- {,,)$
tificates on that basis. The government camps around Munich are about 40,000 f.
trusted for over a generation :':' J
chairman, has been investigating his automobile to the home .
proposes to hold enough silver to make Austrian Nazi fugitives for whom begins its beau- : (' '

up 25 per cent of the metal backing of Von Papen is expected to obtain_ amnesty Communist activities In southern Cal- where Miss Meland was staying in tifying work while you '7f .. ':' .. ..
the national currency. No one knows so they may return to their ifornia, and also has heard a lot of Madison and there collapsed.U. sleep. Then you see day- ": ,'" "''"' j :
about the so-called Silver by-day improvement unt : '; ,,t4t '
testimony ;\
':, .
how much silver bullion there is in the country; but as they haven hopingto t,1our .t 'u :
complexion is
Shirtsan organization with alleged /
United States, and it may be neces- march Into Austria under arms to affiliations and large member S. Drops Auto Bids ; all you long for; creamy :,::.i.\u::'. <.M
a ,
Nazi ; :%
>:> :"'
sary to make considerable purchasesin overthrow the government, It Isn't white satin-smooth, :" "
ship. An intelligence service witness, Truce With Ford Hinted :
China and India. likely Schuschnlgg will care to let lovely. No.disappointments, no longwaltlDg
them return. who joined the Silver Shirts, said mem Washington.-Action of the Justice for results. :Money-back guar-
I bers were armed and that he was of. antee. Get a large box of Nadinola
OECRETAIIY OF STATE HULLO The cabinet in Vienna is taking vigorous fered money for stolen government department in throwing out all bids Bleaching Cream at your favorite toilet
Wallace action to curb the Nazis andit for its fleet of 200 new scout cars
and Secretary of Agriculture machine guns, rifles and ammunition. counter, or-by mail, postpaid only 50c.
joined in a statement concerning was reported that the executive of He said the declared objective of the aroused speculation as to whether it NADINOLA, Box 15, Paris, Tenn.DLDRUITMONOSRI .

their efforts to revive America's world that party had been ordered dissolved organization was to take charge of portended a possible truce between ,

". trade, explaining that the reciprocal the members being told to take leavesof the United States government, by Henry Ford and the NRA. Is a concentrated and very"effective preparation -

trade agreements to be negotiatedwith absence and to cease activities. force If necessary. No explanation of the Justice de trial bottle for dandruff.of It. We Let guarantee us-vsend results.you If a

foreign countries will be bene- Chancellor Hitler Is daily solidifying partment's move was made. The automobiles It pleases you remit us sixty cents: If It

ficial and not harmful to American his power in Germany. The latest stepIs are badly needed to equip does owe us not nothing.please you, advise us and you

1 agriculture and manufacturing. to require all Protestanfmstors and WHETHER or not Japan obtains agents in the expanding drive against MO>OARI COMPANYBox

i The statement pointed out, in church officials to take an oath of I, with Great Britain crime. The rejection of all bids I 'n - Mobile Alabama.

answer to criticism from farm or- fealty to Hitler just as did the Nazi and the United States, !it proposes to means delay of at least u month ingiving Insurance {'JaiJUs'nt Gov.MYe heln with
disability claims. MEDICAL .
ganizations, that farm interests storm troops and members of the reg- have a powerful navy. Admiral Mineo the federal forces a much needed BUREAU HOT ICSCAVnshington.D.C.:

\ would not be sacrificed. to aid other ular army. New rules were Imposedby Osumi, minister of the navy, submit
largest naval --'CUT ME OUT o.o o.
groups. the national synod that make ted to the cabinet the

It also said no sacrifice of any Reichsbishop Mueller the supreme lawmaker Budget in the country's; history. It and mail me, with your name and address, to WADE
I major basic for of about $214-, Man and Woman Found LABORATORIES. niLUAQD. FLORIDA. will
or agricultural or and authority the church. calls for appropriation bring you a free sample of Wad.'. Gnu. gems.,,. a
manufacturing Industry was planned, Between eight and ten thousand political 41G.OOO for the coming year. New Dead in 'Suicide Pact cram that removes grease from the hinds or clothing

I although Secretary Wallace told reporters prisoners In concentration items alone total about $!'JOOOO.OOO. without water, and full details how you aa our,Local

that some harm might be done- camps were given their liberty by an In[ the last budget the diet allowedthe Wellsvillp, N. Y.-The bodies of Mrs.\ extra Manager in your,have spare an opportunity time. to make J 5 to J 10 a day

to a tiny fraction of the producersfor amnesty decree announced by Hitler navy little more than half-of what Viola Blackman, twenty-seven-year-
old mother of several children, and uMAiJL ME TODAY_
greater good of all. in memory of President Von illndenI 'is now asked.
burg. Elmer Cowburn. forty, were found ina

f \ NE thousand men and women comprising I approval was given by the woods near Whitesville, south of ITCHING IRRITA1fBON
-/ the Minneapolis Protective of Algeria, like the Arabs Baptist congress, In sessionin here. The woman was hanging from a Even in persistent cases where parts ......

committee telegraphed an appealto ARABS estine, do not love their Berlin, to a proposal that a* plebis- tree and had been shot several times. are sore and tender comfort follows

President Roosevelt to protect the Jewish neighbors, so they started anti- cite be held in 40 countries to determine Cow burn, who came here recently the soothing touch of
constitutional rights now superseded Semitic riots in Constantine and sur- whether the people want to fight from Ulysses, Pa., lay on the ground

by martial law In their city. Copiesof rounding towns in the course of whicha another war. The suggestion was near by with a bullet hole In, his head.

the appeal were sent also to Secretary great many persons were killed or made by Rev. Harold Camp of Oakland Sergt. Harold DeBryne of the New -

Perkins and Lloyd Garrison, wounded. Nearly all the casualtieswere Calif., who said! the Kellogg] pact York state police, said investigationhad

chairman of the National Labor Relations among the Jews. The French should be made the basis of such a convinced authorities that the '\ U-7 3334THE

board. military authorities quickly got con- vote. pair died as a result of a suicide pact



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l, Flame of the BorderCopyritht QUIT- CONFINEMENTIDEA



Do'bl'd".D''n''Co.In. Raising on Range Is Best,

.' "WNU Service Poultrymen Say.

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SYNOPSIS should"Well?" she said "thinly "Why "Yes. Well, maybe," said the girl. ting into Myra's< door yard Just as she Raising of pullets In close confine-
you talk to me? Lila looked at her ment, a method
across table tried
Seeking death by throwing herself was putting dinner on the table. recently by lead-
from the "Why-why, just because It seems for a long moment with a strange Ing Ohio poultry men Is
summit of Lone Mesa, to ex Myra, a tall gaunt woman, desert now largelya
escape dishonor at the hands of a I must. I want to-to tell 'ou-to pression In her eyes but said nothing. bitten of face and form but dawn fair discarded s.\stem. The swing Is

drunken desperado Sonya Savarln allows ask you IfCan you believe me when Later, as the two women washed the inside her soul at her toward the former method of growing
herself stirrup
denly sobered to and repentant by attacker.her sud- 'tell you that I've never had a minute's dishes and set the house to rights for fore she could-dismount pullets on good range.

The girl is a self-appointed physicianto peace since that day on the the night, she look at her again. "My soul alive !" she cried Experience has shown that birds

the Navajo Indians, living on an Mesa? I've never forgotten your faceor "Sonya darling: ," she said calmly, the girl's hand "now catching raised on range are better featheredand
" Arizona sheep ranch with her brother your hands-or the wind "Rod just isn't this a more
blowing Is not the man. I don't likely to produce well durIng
Serge, his. wife. Lila and their small treat Ah, Sonya, ,how glad I am to
'I. daughter, Babs. For a year she has your up around your head when believe you love Rod, honestly, deep see you !" the fall and winter months ac-

been engaged to Rodney Blake, wealthy you hung-there. I'm a bad lot, Miss down, as a woman should love the She cording to Poultry Pointers, published
New Yorker, but her heart Is with the Savarln, and not fit to speak to you man she marries. I haven't thoughtso put her arm around the girl's monthly by the department of poultry

I r friendless Navajos and she evades a or look at you, but no matter what I ; for a. long time, for nearly all of waist and the two women entered the husbandry, the Ohio State university.
' weddIng. Sonya pulls Little Moon, wife wide low ranch house where the
I of Two Fingers, a Navajo, through the am I've got to tell you this-that this last visit of his." smell of baked savory Another practice urged by ,the pub-

''I crisis of an illness. Two Fingers Is there's enough white man In me to A flame of loyalty flared up In mutton and potatoes lication calls for the separation of the

deeply grateful. Blake returns to New I. make me live. [in hell because of what Sonya. scented the warm air. older birds from the pullets. When old
York, declaring he will give Sonya I did-or Sonya smiled around at the
more months and six tried to do-to you. I'm on "Piffle !" she said hotly. "Of course cool, and young birds occupy the same

f keep her promise to then marry demand him. she my knees to you. Not asking your 1 love him, the old dear Go on, put deep room, so plain, so comfortable, range the hens are a source of infection -

\ forgiveness-that. couldn't be-but Just Babs to bed, and don't worry that yellow where this courageous and intrepid of ,coccidiosis, tuberculosis,. chol-
down In the dirt and Myra lived her hard working life, laid era, and other
!, t wanting you to head of yours. By this time nest: diseases, as well as for
CHAPTER III know it That's all Thanks for year I'll be Mrs. Rodney Blake, riding her saddlebags on the couch, ran her Infestations of Intestinal parasites.

1 .i' i_ --4i istening." around New York in a limousine-andyou'll comb through her short hair, and was Rotation of range, one year with

i i A Man Leaves and Another Speaks. He took off his hat and turned be darned lonesome out here ready. She went out through the big another Is recommended. Old rangeIs

The little town, close on the borderof sharply on his heel, and as Sonya without me." room and washed at the bench on the a source of worm Infestation.
threw In the clutch back porch? drying on the clean roller "Worm
roared pills In the fall
away are a
the -And
Reservation, was typical of all how! said Lila Inelegantly poor
she was conscious of the two dark towel Myra was hastily hanging up. substitute for prevention," states the
desert but
,towns, lonely and bleak and fervently "I don't want to think
washed strangers 'and Parks In the shadow of about It." steaming on the table was publication.
continually with wind and the doorway Intently watching them plain[ but good : hot bread, the taut Feeders and waterers should be
sand. It held a store or two, a black- "Then don't There's a long time
ton and
potatoes onions
both. sliced In vinegar moved few
every days to
smith shop, a tiny station; on the rail- and a lot ,of things between." prevent con-
road line, and the So. He was in hell, was he? In the and a can of fruit opened in her tamination of the range and killing of
customary tanksof How and
long how
dirt, was he? Well, that was ,wherehe many, measuredby honor. There were Indians here; a the grass.

front water.of the'Sonya' parked the car in deserved to be, rotter that he was l I their importance, Sonya herself woman with a shy child of four, a "Poultry men hold] the belief," reads
general store
and could
taking not foresee.
her handbag from the A tall man. Lean and built with unusual half-grown girl, two men. These ate the publication, "that If pullets are fed
seat beside her, The next day she rode over to Chee at a long table the
climbed out and grace. Narrow hipped, broad on pleasant porch a ration that Is too high In protein
entered. The store wash again and found Little Moon so while the two white women sat at they will
shouldered begin
In laying
boasted two clerks besides straight the back. He they attain -
",,1.,_ ______ ___ ,. '- _the, owner.' much better that she was sitting[ up. Mvra's own small table In one end of n proper weirht. Ae R result_, pone
.UUI;:: uwutr was a Diana fat man -- Also -- ---- -00-
by found one of her enemies. the living room. Myra owned and ran will be small and it will be difficultto
the name of Parks, a man whom Sonya This was Yellow Buck, a medicineman the Black Sheep ranch. maintain[ production without a fall

I disliked allowed]] Instinctively, but who never who regarded her service to his "Oh, Sonya," said Myra happily, "I molt. On the other hand, experimentshave

,' anyone except himself to wait people as a direct Inroad on his terri- Just can't tell you how good it Is to shown that If the protein con-

I on her. He came forward now, the tory and hated her accordingly. She ,see you It's been a long time since[ tent Is limited too much, the pullets
of his
; : with creases smiles. heavy face set deep was trying to replace his sings and we had a talk, an' I'm just goin[ to will be stunted."A .

devil-chasing with the medicine in her lay off the whole afternoon for the mat very satisfactory method of feedIng -
l' "Why, Miss Savarln!" he said unctuously saddlebags. She was all bad. ter. Come is
I on, Sonya, let's go an' net. to continue the birds on the
"what can we do for you? Like "Two Fingers," said Sonya when she Sonya followed her into the darkened : mash ration on wklch they are started

-,:' .' some nice fresh fruit? Got in some was ready to leave that day, "who was room beyond, which served as the and supplement with hopper feedingof

I .t right week."good oranges an' grapefruit this the- man who came here on foot the day best room of the house. On its walls grain from 'the time they are six

. my man came after me? Tall man were astonishing paintings of the des to eight weeks old until) maturity. For

Sonya spent some time In the store, with sun hair, sky eyes?" ert land in oils : rich, true, glowing this purpose It Is more desirable to

,'ouying a fair supply of the oranges, Two Fingers shook his head. canvases that would have drawn their ,feed a grain mixture than to use corn

thinking of Little[ Moon, and of more "No can say," he said. "Come here crowds in any gallery of the world. alone."

staple things for Lila' for other horse. His horse go bad' These were Myra Little's romance, her

Asshe, walked briskly about, select- lame. I give him horse, go get his satisfying draught, of beauty, her ,out- Eggs in Storage "Eat"
fng this and that, there was the stir next day. In corral now. Good horse. let for that Inner fineness which foundso

,' of arrival at the high board porch outside No see so good horse, ever. Come little chance in the stark service of Themselves; Tests ShowAn

i i:, Three men were coming in, and see." the sheep. egg deteriorates In storage be

:Sonja looked up from her,task casually, i Sonya swung up on' Darkness and Always they struck Sonya anew with cause it is digesting itself Work by

I. as one does [in such circumstances. followed him around the hogan and upa their austere magnitude, and always food chemists of the United States

Instantly she felt the annoying prickle r little rise to where several brush- as now she stood before them marvel Department of Agriculture shows that

of her skin, the odd anger that had and-stick corrals stood among some ing."It's trypsin, one of the enzymes present In

,I seared her before, for one of the new low trees. There, [in one of them, I a shame, Myra," she said now, the pancreatic juice of the human

comers was the tall bronze man of stood such a horse as she had not seen shaking her head, "that these pictures body, is present In egg white and Is

: Lone Mesa. The two with him were ever, either. Taller than Darkness, can't be hung In New York Maybe quite probably responsible for the

dark and rough, men of secret eyes who'was a fine specimen of native some day when I'm there I'll see about changes that occur In eggs when they

and narrow lips, in appearance the animal which the Indians called American the matter." are stored for several, months. The

worst of the Border types which[ Sonya I horse, bright as. new gold and "1'ou goin' there, Sonya? TakIn' a function of trypsin in the human body

knew, and she prided herself she had of its color, though paler, this horse trip?" asked Myra quickly Is to digest protein foods. Presumablythat

seen them all In this man's country. "No Can Say," He Said. "Come was built with a grace and beauty that "No," said Sonya, "and yes. No trip. Is. Just what It does in the egg

Bad hombres, she told herself, after Here for Other Horse." transcended description. Going[ to stay, I guess." white.

that first swift glance, fit companionsto "My heavens !I" said Sonya wonderingly "What?" For years scientists have suspected
that drunken libertine wore a blue flannel shirt with pearl "My heavens You're
who had right The word came quick and sharp. that trypsin or some other proteolytic
dragged her from her horse on the top buttons and a dark bat,' and there Two Fingers. No see so good horse, Sonya moved uneasily, nodded. enzyme was responsible for two of the
of Lone Mesa. were belled spurs ,on his stitched ever. And this Is not the "
one- Important changes that take
"I think so, she said, turning to loyft place under
At that memory her face burned boots. Cowboy stuff, yet she did not She had almost said
"he storage-a
rode on at Myra gravely. "When a woman Is weakening of the memo
know of
with hot anger and she set her lovely any cattle ranch In this wide Lone Mesa," but checked herself. engaged to marry a man, she goes brane around the yolk, causing it to t

full-lipped mouth into a stern line, sheep country where he might work. "Well" she said [instead "I must get where he lives, doesn't she?" break more easily, and an increaseIn

shook her shoulders exactly as if she Where did be come from? What going. Long ride home You take "Wby. T rtirln't r U-nrtro-" the amount of thin \vMto. e

flung off some actual repellent touch. was he doing In this part of the country I good care or Little Moon. I'll come "No. It isn't public property, bul I ,As a check on their conclusions the
She strode forward head ? Why had he come round'the back In three days." Investigators took fresh
up, eyes am. Rodney Blake, an old college a egg, punched
I straight, and had to pass within five curve of Two Fingers' hogan that dayon So she jogged away down Chee wash friend of Serge's. Fine man." a small hole In the end and injected

I feet of the three men who had entered. foot? She'd ask Two Fingers her hat down over her eyes, smiling a trypsin into the thick white with a
Myra stood silent, searching Sonya'g
As she did so she about that matter. little just in the hypodermic needle. Fresh
was conscious of the Joy of living[ and the face with her clear eggs so
eyes, under the tilted hat-brim, on her Yes, she would do so. She had a beauty of the desert. gray eyes. treated took on in a few hours the

face. It was as if a strong magnetic certain right to know who this man There was no one sick about, now "Why, Sonya," she said presently characteristics of eggs held in storagefor

current pulled at her in passing, as If was and what he did in this land that Little Moon was getting well, and "how will we all ever do without you 1An' many months. The whites became
selfishness. It will
a., some Inarticulate power focussed all since he had all but been her death. she would do some of the things she yet that's only thin and watery and the yolks became

' its strength upon her that she might "Well," said Serge at supper, "It had wanted to do for herself for a be fine for you. You've lived so fast fragile. Within two days it was almost
and in this desert that it's
i look aside. So strong and compellingwas seems lonely without Rod. Good old long time. For one, she would go ovt>rand deeply only Impossible to break the egg without

this that to save her life she could scout. You're a lucky girl, Sonya. spend a couple of days with her right you go back where you belong, breaking the yolk.
the rest an' life that's comln to
not help the flicker of her eyelids the "Am 11" said Sonya. "Sometimes I friend Myra Little[ on the Black Sheep get "
You deserve it.
almost unbearable desire to turn and wonder. ranch. She hadn't seen her for three
"Well-maJbe. But now let's sit Shelled
look. But she did not turn. Angry "What? About Rod Blake? No months, and she was very fond of her. EggsIn
visit We haven't had
down and
to her boot heels, both with her out- finer man in this world I He's still Lila agreed heartily with Sonya's a" 'the summer time eggs often become
months and
real talk-fest for "months.
raged memory and with herself, she young, and one of the best lawyers In plan to visit Myra Little, and two days thin-shelled. When the birds are
walked to the door and out. So stirred New York ; rich, partly by his own later the girl departed on Darkness. Sonya heard that the Brights still going out of production there I Is a

was she within[ herself that she sat efforts, partly by family Inheritance. She startea early to avoid as much farther over east had ,a pair of twins, tendency for a lack of calcification of
slumped In her of blood and and that Sam Savina, notorious Border the shell There is nothing to be donein
seat, her hands thrust good Impeccable princl- of the day's heat as possible, and made
in her sweater pockets, and did not ples. I'm surprised at you." the long hard ride in good time, trot- taint, had been found Just across this case except to collect the eggs
turn even when she heard Parks the Rio Grande crucified a grim Mexican several times a day, which will save

,.. who she thought or aan a, uva I warning to his kind. them from being broken in the nest.
was Parks, come out UJiiIa>:1iU wmu: I UHOasu: j IJtIm.JJ IlWl1J: I uow+w tycaw 1 uoauw 1 uruu a J Ut'illi.U. j l the
I across the porch with her box of yGOliSy s1 Also Servant of the Lord There is a possibility, however, that
f plies. sup- was coming In to the Black Sheep the birds are not receiving sufficient

"Put them In back," she said, nod- Hospital Finance Groups Find Their that very night on one of his constant calcium. This should be supplied by
Journeys. The two bits of news seemedto having oyster shell or ground lime-
,/ ding over her shoulder
"and "
thanks. Institutions Are in
'f.. As she Deep Real EstateFew suggest each other; the crucifixion stone available for the birds at all
reached for the
; Mc.- she gearshift and the gentle, half-mad old man who times. A careful check of the flock
stopped in the act, arrested
by a rode the desert country year in, year will [Indicate, whether the birds are
voice exist that do ,
that was not Parks'. hospitals not have the possessor of stores, houses small
out, In the effort to save souls. Sonya going out of production or whether
"Miss Savarln," [it said, "can I money invested In bonds or mortgages, apartments and other much
speak properties, I
had seen him time two before.In there Is a deficiency in calcium.
a or
;f- the Modern
,, to Hospital
you a minute? says which con against its former Intentions and
present her turn she told Myra of the
Sonya straightened tinues: "A declining market has wishes.
up and lookedat sickness of Little Moon, of Mr. Sat-
the owner of the voice. Straight in brought, in most Instances, a great "Tenants must now be found, rents Poultry Squibs
ter and the children he had gatheredin
reduction in the face value
the eyes she looked of unitsin collected and attention
her mouth to repairsand
from Blue Sand wash, and finally
the former type of Investment
strut hard Fre- upkeep. So'metimes
again. the hospital Gather eggs at least twice a day
of the man of Lone Mesa and what
quently, the payment of
And at that has profits by this little of
straight expected turn
look she and cool them before packing.
saw had happened that day on the wind
again the wild blue ceased and working capital has thus events. More frequently the details .
eyes the
iCfIj. been considerably decreased. swept top of the tableland.
c level bronze brows that had stared Investments Even of securing ownership and the dutiesof "My heavens !" said Myra breathlessly The total chicken population of the
down in her mortgages hitherto considered the land lord are
face as she burdensome to the
hung to the the country Is approximately 400,000,000.
sound have as she vIsioned girl hanging
' dead root of the pinon proved disappointing. hospital board. But as custodians of .
' stump on the Taxes and Interest often remain the on the face of the precipice, "wnj
windswept face of Lone Mesa. unpaid. community's money, no other did you take that Jump?" A goose In Downpatrick, Ireland, ns

But they were vastly changed. The "The course remains open to them. Sonya flushed. cently laid an egg weighing one pound.
hospital finance
black committee, "No doubt in the near future the .
pupils that had
spread so I Do think I'd to llr
wildly; endeavoring to safeguard the interestsof "Why? you care
hospital will
over the blue of the iris that realize satisfactorily on In the aggregate, 7CO eggs are laid
day were the hospital, finally Is forced to foreclose these after-after being the plaything of I
normal neif. the'oxoresslon: anxious. and the Institution finds itself meantime It must purchases.carry on." In the drunken renegade? I?" every second by the hens In the United


) FRIDAY AUGUST 24, 1031.;

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half (
the jiorth '
I them a little 1 1I plans and material for three many colors, and there are even except the northern' 'forty (40) .
in which he gave neck.Possibly .
The Clewiston News unvarnished truth. "People of 1 1I j temporary houses, one for cooking, a few strings of beads about the acres of the northwest quarter
I plain, sim- '
t too much attention -: one for the office, and one for an through the FERA or a (NW%,) thereof, all in township 43
I Key West have paid \ medical station. The unitis 'ilar organization, someone is teachingthe South, Range 32 East, in Hendry .
Published every Friday in Clewiston, ,to the promotion of bridges.If 1.I emergency to make: the dolls.It .
I of Mr. .Indian women .
NEWS, maintained at the expense County.n.Town."lIi1. East'
today -
CLEWISTON actuality
Florida, by the the bridges were an in the : Roebling himself, and is prepared for I does not seem possible that they ; > 43 South, Range 33 "" .....
Inc. what could the city offer service, and immediate relief are the products of their own rather All of fractional section 6 and

line of attractions to lure a great yeoman should strike any- dull} imagination. A big market couldbe the north half (N'of section 1,

Keathley Bowden, Editor_ number of visitors to come?" in case disaster aH made far the dolls and if properly in Township 43 South, Range 33
reach. Though
It's something for towns all over_where'within its would furnisha East, in Hendry: County. ;.::: ;
will not handled, the industry
-- second class mail matter the state to think about, too. If you have every hope that storms families. to satisfy said decree and all costs. .
Entered as to South good living for Seminole ,
isn'tit return to the Everglades: or ALLEN CLEMENTS,
1927, at the Post haven't been building bridges distrust between .' ';"
1, the
February Florida it is a comforting feeling to Perhaps someday Special Master_ in Chancery. :

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under possible that you've ,done or similar your. know that, in addition to the Red whites and Indians will par- Evans, Mershon & Sawyer, .:... '.t-';:'

the Act of March 3, 1897.' howling about highways bewaillUJIiluvmuciLia Cross and to the state organization, tially break down and some plan can First National Bank Bldg., ': :.
m""n"a have! merely '
or i
i v worked to better these remnantsof Florida, ; (> -
is to be Miami, .
unit ready
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year.led the fate that brought the depres- a move complete, when needed, into a storm ter- a once glorious tribe. \Solicitors for Plaintiff. ..':.\.,...; ,
Advertising rates on application sion upon us? aid D & N Aug. 10,17,24,31. :
I Last winter, due pethaps'largely to ritory, and that whatever human I

Devoted, to the advancement and the Florida exhibit at the Centuryof can do in such a case will be done. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hill spent!I I. ::.

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry I Progress, the state had the There.. best I -- the week end in Fort Myers with Mis. .:,,:,.:,,:,,:.,:,,:.':'.:":":'.:" :";.';'.i.:..:..:..:..:M,1.:..:-:.; ,-

County winter season in many years. '' Much publicity is being given right Hill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M.Achard. :

'were crowds in many of the tourist'towns now to the pitiful plight of the Sem- : : New and UsedFURNITURE *

but a few found themselvesstill incles, many of whom exist from ':. .s"
Air. and Mrs. Roy Bowen, of Rock along through an ordinary without food :
plugging hand to mouth proper
market fora :|:
Rapids, Iowa, are in the child, born season. If they had been prepar- and with little opportunity of .bettering NOTICE OP MASTER'S SALE 1 :

name for their 15th ing themselves and their town for themselVes. It appears that X
last week. The 14th child was named had been using every NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
visitors and
''Fmis" and that sort of mokes it inducing them to !i the federal government the undersigned Special Master in .::
known method of a sufficient sum for Indian welfare, final de- :_!: BELLE GLADE
hard to name this one. come to their particular town, they but whether the Semiuoloj are failing I Chancery, by virtue of in that

The whisper seems to be passinground would have had their share of Ul1.a''I to get their share to; not/known. A ciee certain of cause foreclosure pending entered in the Circuit :I=: FURNITURE COMPANY' *..

at Washingto .excellent business. good part of it la, we believe, the Court of the The Twelfth Judicial .

the Capital and big will be Earl W Brown, general manageof r fault of the peculiar makeup) of the! Circuit fif, Florida for Hendry Coun- I Belle Glade Florida 3=:
something :t
that :! new administration Florida's exhibit at the World'sli"alr : I Indian nature. Indians do not like to ty, jn Chancery, being case number ,
announced Bverl'thing.President by the Tloos\ warns Florida to prepare for live on the reservation: ; they re::'nt 66$, wherein Central Farmers' Trust. ;: *_ Next Door To Theatre :;:

soon. an even large winter season thi: i the Interference of the whites in Company, a corporation, as trustee, is .

velt has inaugurated has been some season Is as good as is: would plaintiff apd Sugarland Development ':.. . .. ...' . .'. . .. .:
and surprises are year. If the their private lives. They' a4- al defendants IN. ..../..NN. ...NNN. .NNNNNN. . .NNNNNNNNM. . .
thing new and big, now indicated, many smaller localities dole-of food and clothingand Company, a corporation, et are
cept a -
rather the order of the: day. Having in need ,. will, on Monday,
used practically! all the alphabet, he may find themselves tourists, and of medical attention when n cessary 'ber 3, 1934, between the septem-j I _=,. o=.
of accomcdations for but they want to do as they two o'clock,
numbers now. ,eleven o'clock, A. M., and
may resort to T certainly by some judicious advertising please the remainder of the time. ; P. M., at the front door of,the County !I You Wreck 'Em

: practically every town could There' are few things that Indianscan Courthouse in LaBelle, Florida, of- a

If you are interested in seeing one draw some of the business to itself I do to earn a liviing] except ;; fer for sale and sell at public outcry H We Fix 'EmPAINTING
landmarks of the East Coas feel that this doe: : and bidde;
of the No town should, guide hunters during the hurting to the best highest I

tourist business, you'll have to mak not apply to its particular locality ,I; season, and few of them seem to carei I for cash, the following described rea 1 ifODY AND
to Palm Beach before December : in the Everglades, property in Hendry and Glades Coun .
a trip Certainly, here ; k: >r that occupation We bought 1'EXDEHVOHK
first, for by that time the Royal there is much activity, going on, particularly Seminole doll from a group of th-iW:.ties, FlorIDa- to-wit: i
tourist VfJ GLADES TOPS -
Poinciana Hotel, one of oldest through the winter season peddling I III !
: Semincle women who were 32:: East ,
East Coast will In Township 42:: South, Range
hostelries on the that is of interest to those from other to person on the thee
ficm N'and
them person The north half (
be razed. The Florida East Coast Hotel localities. If you feel' 'that you II I j streets of Moore Haven last week. 'I southeast? quarter (SE%) and the \ Done by An E-vpcit

company has sold the structure aren't getting your share of business, The dolls are true to life in many I north half of the southwest quar- i Courteous Service

one of the largest frame structure wah go after it. \ details and are most interesting as I II ter (NU 'of SW'i) of fractional sec- Work Guaranteed.'

in the work, to. a wrecking crew ; character dolls. They ,are made from tion 81: .; and all of fractional section I Prices Reasonable.
that the site an I 42 South, Range
the understanding brown color 32, Township I
I fiber, and the
which it stands must be clear by December . ... .-.:. .... ........ is approximately that of the Indians. 32" East/ in Glades County. I .

first. I II I II I The dolls are all women characters In Township* IN JIENDRY' 43 South COUNTY, Range 32 Eai ; P I O NE E. R

CCC lost his BVD and have the straight black hair l All of fractional sections 1, 2, Service Station

Ayoung' SOS IRAMBLINGS. I dressed high in front; the garments 3 and 4; the north half (NVi) of
So the PTA sent an 1 I consist of the shoulder cape that I 'Hie north: half (N'') of section 9; BELLE; GLADE PHONE 10AVreeker

To the CWA who was CTQ . . drops low over the body and is Blade the north half (NVj) of the north Service at All Hours
As the FERA had put the CAN .:::::::::N:::::::;{:::NNS.MNNNlNN. .. !::l/HN:NNI I of brightly coloreji I' half (N'iV-Of section 10; the north
lof several rows I re... .., .. ,, .
KO .
.. .
To the PWA with a near Ntt of section 11, and all =-r oor-'V.-: '<' :: "' -
is likewisein half ( )
The following is a true story; It ; cottons. The ful skirt r
all FOB
And the NRA was I
last week, because -"
Happened in Clewiston : 'i <-=
So the AAA sent, it COD _
head scalped I ----- trADtAAA1t7111DIg11A
; I don't want my "gQ d6i9g3t 1l1p.Z11lRqp =dkw itg31q L9telA R
;But the. USA wired PDQ 1MN111iA39r rAl7DAII IIARlii i Elgiiq 2 gglHdqildtA.
I an
I'm not calling any names. :ION
To the RFO for its IOU I
Now it's all OK at the MTC just saying Mr. Average Citizen. DISPLAY1J

For the CCC got his BVD. Mr. Average Citizen awakened qa GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS)

r -Not Original about 2 o'clock in the morning, and a at

beheld sparks coming out of the gB gH:

opening in the ceiling where the i AND RANGES NEWS ( J
ALPHABET OF SUBTLE electric wire entered. Not being ableto The CiEHISTON H

DECEITS locate the switch that turned off H

the electricity and being afraid of II '. OFFICE H

"The foxes, the little foxes, that fire, he called Mr. Hare by telephoneand !I 3H

spoil the vines.-Song of Solomor asked for help. I .a x Before Buying an Electric Refrigerator C'. E. STEBEL, Dealer gN

2:15.: Mr. Hare dressed pronto and rush-' '

(By L. H. W.) ed to the rescue. He decided it would 1 See the New General Electric ole, .Fiorila> "
the .1 .
would renounce off and i
Arrogance require digging the plasler IeR
brotherhood of man; making a new connection at the ceil- IS
bickerings think t(] CED 1PlE. P.CIZ I I3l4L EiP11"At K C DEDGama
and turnedoff .zzce
Boasting ing to stop the trouble, so he _.._....;...-.-c"anme_.----=----aKDZk- am. rt ti7odrt.QC ---- .
avert God's plan. the switch to the house and told ,- -
=- --
Conceit and complaining questior Mr. and Mrs.: Citizen they could do -.,,-,=, -

Love's profusion; without lights the rest of the night .:.. ..
is blind to its own dart+, 'i.i.:.
Dishonesty and the trouble would be repaired .A.t.1
.t delusion. I next morning. But when he turnedoff FOR SALEAlii'active ..;...s.
enslavement as emptiness ...:.:.
becomes kept
Ease \ the current the sparking _.

appears, light on, so the group came to the .*, Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :::::
encumber strength
Fatigue seeks to inevitable and embarrassing conclus- : % \
I :s: i
until it domineers. ion that the trouble wasn't electricity. :

Gossip and grumbling protest the: It wasn't; it was an innocent little HI

r Father's care, I firefly that had gotten hung up in Xi>;

Hypocrisy dissembles the harm that_ I I the cobwebs around the electric wire. ?:,':Y*:

r hate doth bear. I I And several people's faces were .t'I'.s.

Idleness lulls to !sleep' Impatientof mighty red. .t' .!.

awaking; i i b -: ::: ::

Jealousy cheats, in judgment mis-.
taking. I Dave.Als.ton. has had storm shut- i : ::I::
made for the entire front of his !
Knavishness subverts kindness and ters I.

t'rl1p1tkindles; I drug store. It so happened; that while I I ..I.:.
-- ) them OP .
limi the carpenters weic fitting I I II
Laziness with the hoax of .I" ...I'..t.,1
the other afternoon, the sky ; ..
tation _swindles. ;" .:. (
foreboding. :; I ,..
Meddlesome mocks the Mastcr's"What cloudy and looked quite .t. :
had the same :; *
Dozens of passersby
is that to thee?
Dave had a little ad- .' ..
shackles Love's affluence thought-that ..
Niggardliness !
free. vance information of an approaching : I .'i... ...

Officiousness obscures opportunity; storm, and for a while the clerks were : I 4r'L ... ...
making explanations. A stitchin : .:.I.S.
abounding. busy .. Z.
Procrastination stifles and delay time saves nine, and Dave raid hedidn't sN d" JMffi 1k"' .'i': .s.
all night nail- '.' .t.
want to stay up
the good surrounding. ; : .
boards over all that plate glass : p ..
Quarreling tries to interrupt the ing ; .:. -
Hike he did last, hence ':.
front this year .s.
I ..
voice of harmony; attached .s. :
the shutters that are easily
Reluctance'would retard the vis I
ion of infinity. .
Speaking of*storm, we had opportunity ..' .:,
Superstition"and' cupcrficialit; ; ,
this week to inspect th I .s' !.
smother in stagnation;
plans 'of the John Roebling Disas- ; .s' *
Tattling stultifies; tyranny betray !!
to tabulation -- ter Relief Unit, of Red Hill, High- .. .!.
Uncertainty baffles, but fails to lands county. The plans were formulated I'

thwart Truth's might.; to provide a mobile relief unit to I. fYk3LiI ::

Vanity and vacillation are vapo take help into a storm stricken area I .yI ...
without right. -" anywhere} in South Florida, roughly : .x.' N. ,i. .:.
I j
Worry weakens, wastes, and will] peaking all South of a line drawn I .y. '
from Vero Beach through Bowling A.JC .- -- .
not understand. _
Excess and excitement exclude. existence Green to Piney Point. It is the most : Fay The Balance Like Rent .:: :i::
that I have .
grand. complete thing of its sort .' .s.'s.

Yoke of yawning years pr tendEmortality's ; ever seen. Everything is on file and : HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :;: :;:
Every :i WE
made in advance. man :
measure; plans :;:
service, every car, truckor YOU CAN OWN YOUR
Zealotry's intolerance sees no available for ; :_:
Eternity's treasure. boat is listed, with telephone numbers : )

I and instructions to be given .j. Clewiston'iome Building Association !II: f

BUSINESS PROSPECTS i when they may be needed. There is _:
first aid work,
,.i a group trained in
.;. .. U
Julius F. Stone, In talking ove:r boxes prepared in advance with food I Ie I : i PMONK 102 :: ..
= s
the affairs of Key ,West for th supplies, with medical supplies and n...__ '

FERA, made a speech to the fslanders-t[With emergency clothing. There'sleven


AUGUST 24, 1034. --- T__
Watches Clocks, Jewelry
I _
_. Osteen and daughter, MRS. ALSTON HOSTESS TO := CJOUSB( ; Rear orCIeiston '
L. A.
XX Mrs. -r M
.:..X-X XMX X"X Audrey Williams BRIDGE CLUB.. .
** Miss Lorraine, and I Drug.:: Company
t Personal Mention :!_:: of Fort Myers were guests of hostess I Counselor: and Attorney nt Law
?: Wednesday Dave G. Alston was
Nowling Jewelry
: .* Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Building ,

V........................... .......................i............................................. to members afternoon.of her Mrs.bridge Gayle club McFaddenwas Tuesday Wednesdays Hopkins and Saturdayst:30 W. H. :MERRITT

M. M. Brunk of Sebring is spending A congenial group which spentWednesday a guest. to 4:00IS WATCHMAKER: & JEWELER

5t..ral days here on business. on a picnic at Fort Myers High score prize was won by Mrs. CLEWISTON FLORIDA

:;;;.:: included Mrs. G. M. Prevatt. I Thomas, low by Mrs.: McDonald and
J '
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Griffith of Harvey Guthrie. Mrs. Clyde Eg- cut prize by Mrs. F. R. Maxwell. YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? \ P. O. Box 521
Mrs. '
visited here Wednesday. Mrs. Glen.. Those playing were Mrs. Alston, To '
Azucar ley, Mrs. Art Lawrence, We Are Here Stay"
Mrs. I. M. Paf-
and Miss Louise Waldron. Mrs.. G. B. Thomas
Capt: F. D.: Duff was a business Etherton -- ford, Mrs. G. C Poole, Mrs. C. W.

visitor in Jacksonville Tuesday. and Mrs F. Clark have movedto McDonald, Mrs. Gayle McFadden;' and : . '. : . : : . '. :

-- business vis- Mr.Tampa to make their home. Ed Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. r BEAUTY SHOP | ................................................................."...l'"r.. ...... .
Jay W. Morgan was Clark, who accompanied his parents; I

itor in West Palm Beach Saturday. returned to Clewiston after at a few the CHOP. SUEY DINNER FOR I:: NOW OPEN Iy :: I

days and is again employed MRS.: lIAXTEIJTIHTJIDAY
trip ::
business :
made a Good FarmLand
Mark Lawler Clewiston Supply Company. v New and Complete Equipment .:.
.. .
Saturday. ..
Beach .
Palm entertained I --
to West Mrs. F. R. Maxwell y

Pahokee was a busi with chop suey luncheon and an :: I
Stebel of a
,of Miami was; a business C. E. : ;
'0. B. Simmons Clewiston Fiiday. ness visitor in town the first of tin afternoon: of bridge yesterday the ;. Croquignole. 'z'
visitor in arranging an exhibit of electrical Watanabe Hotel, the occasion being :
week, ::
the weel< refrigerators, and will s-pei\c. her birthday.' I* Permanents $4 & $5Shampoo .;.'
M. E. Yenawine spent connection members of her Rent
in were for
in Jacksonville a couple of weeks here The guests > ,
end with his parents with the sale of these and other ap bridge club and included'1lrs.. J. W. : set {.,

Ezelle; Mrs. Gayle McFadden, Mrs
F. A. McKenzie- made a Tuesday business pliances. Dave Alston,' Mrs. Barney Thomas,, 'i'I* dry . . .75c :z

trip to his home in Lakeland Willis Moore, Mrs. I. M Mrs. Grover Poole, Mrs.: I. M. Paf- .50cj .z.
Mrs. J. 'I; Set dry 1 . .JX
and ,
E. L. Stewart and Pafford, Mrs. G. M. McFadden ford and Mrs. C. W. I )

Mr. and Mrs. C.' Poole attended a bridge Set wet . 35c
Jack Moorman.spent Sunday at Boyn- Mrs. G. 0. Wallace at :j> ::1
by Mrs.
party given ..
ton Beach. ier home in Pahokee Thursday afternoon :NOTICE .\ :*: Plain Facial .' 75cI Trespassers .:

Rev. and Mrs. 0 Kerce of La- Mrs. Moore being one. of the the :;I: Facial Pack '. $1 1 :.
occasion.Mr. that
the guests of relatives here honor guests on that Notice is hereby given : Will Be
Belle "
in and
of Public Instruction .z.
Friday. Board will on' Henna', Pack . $2 : '
and Mrs. C. E. Nail left Saturday for Hendry County, Florida, I :: ProsecutedThe ; ':
for ,Chicago to visit the first day of September A. D. 1934 .
R. L. Murray of. Fort Myers wasnsacting of Progress during their receive.sealed. proposal to purchase I ::Ij: Bleach . $1. 50 :
y .
on he Century 157 inchsne
I business in Clewiston wo' weeks vacation. A. A. Munroe accompanied One and School one Bus half with ton Ford chassis, dual :;j:: Henna Rinse 35c : I :,
ednesday. them as far as 7.00 I '
: wheels equipped in front with I' \ \ ..
remained to visit Manicure 50c -\1 I
Mrs. C. D. Bever of Fort Myers I Fenn., where he s20 tires and in rear with 32x6 all I :![: Oil
tires, Wayne
Clewistonthis elatives. heavy duty 10 ply "
was a business visitor Steel body with seating capacity of :: THELMACLINE
week end. the Shatterproof glass. I II
surprised sixty children.
Pafford was .
Mrs. I. M. jxt a delightful birthday All proposals to be addressed to :;[: Formerly of ,

A. P. Wynn and A. L. McMillan honoree recently at the homeif 3. L. Stallings, Supt. of Public Instruction ::> BOX TOX BEAUTY SHOPPE
i iI
*ere business visitors in West Palm dinner given Thomas. Ol.herguests LaBelle, Fla. .:* .Avon Park- ClewistonCompany
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Board reserves the right.
The said .i. I II
Tuesday.Mr. ..
Beach on Pafford, Mr. and I
included and all proposals.DREW .
lo; reject any .z.y -
and }Ir. and Mrs. I IN i
\Jrs. A. V. Southard HAMPTON
and Mrs. H.Delaney of La- Chairman. :;f:: CHRISTIAN'SHBARBER
visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tur- G.
Attest: :: SHOP
ner here Tuesday. Mrs. C. F. Goodman and Mr.; and l a. L. Stallings, -

L. I;. Hooker-and-A. J. Thielan of Mrs. ,M. Cooper Marguerite were recent' Goodman visitorsin ; Supt.Jo. 35.Public Aug. 10 Instruction., 17, 24, 31. \''I...:..........................................-................................................... N N N N N N N N N N; N v

visitors inClewiston Miami.
Lakeport were and is visltin.jler --
returned with them "

yesterday. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. .

at their home in the -
Jacksonville F. Goodman
Miffs Maude Minter of .
week in Clewiston asp Hopkins Apartments.Mr. Y
is spending a ..
guest at the Inn. f
and Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mr. 5 ,I...'

Mr.,and Mrs H. A. Bestor and sons. and Mrs. A. V. Southard and Mr.: and ':\ .-

George and Richard, left this week Mrs. G. C. Poole enjoyed a dinner ..x a .
Minneapolis. recently at the home of the ; ,, ,
for a visit In party e '
Thomases honoring Mrs. I. M, Paf- i :

Mr. and Mrs. G. 'W. Sparks and ford. The party was a surprise to ____

Miss! Wilma Douglas were visitors in Mrs. Pafford who had just returned

West Palm Beach Saturday., from a shoiming trip to Miami.Mr. .

in E. W. Digges and attractive -
: J Harvey Payne of Miami arrived and.1\Irs. ,
and -
1t4 few Josephine
,: yesterday to spend'a children
: Clewiston X Standard
- Moore Haven. + AND UP. Lid prld of
transacting business. have moved bfichigan,
days in Sit Sport Roadster at Fhnt
I. Mr. Digges is assistant engineer 1/65. With bumper., iparttlrt andtirelochth.ll.tprkei.tl8a&Thlonal.
office here and -' .
LaBelle Motor the U. S. Engineer .
DlitVcgman, y without rwt<<
I to change
one Price lubjecl
is the first to occupy I
company, Ford dealer, was a bus'ness the family government .d, r .
Clewiston Tuesday.C. 1 of the new homes on
visitor in reservation. ....
B. VanLandingham of. Jackson- --r G.
,with Mrs. R. \Wardwell ? id Mrs.
ville spent the week end here I
0. Wallace of Pahokee were PRICE
his sister, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell.Mr. Clewiston Tuesday en route to visit WORLD'S LOWEST

and the Welatka on the Lake
And Mrs. S. C. Headley Wardwell expectsto
Billie, spent Tuesday project. Mrs.
little to
visiting relatives in Fort Myers. leave Monday to drive through
---- Toronto for a three weeks visit. .. :.. '. FOR A .
and Mrs. V.
W. F. Simpson
Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
of Moore Haven were
Mason yesterday afternoon. left Friday for Gainesville and Ocalfi. _.i. T
where they are visiting relatives and

who have friends for two weeks. Mrs. Moore -
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Shea
will remain to begin teaching the which Chevrolet -
for several months mov- popularity
resided The exceptional
Mr. Moore .
Palm Beach this week. third of September, but lflf has
ed to West p
the for years
on many
will return' to his work here has enjoyed

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller have dredge, Myacca. naturally had its effect on Chevrolet prices. Large

returned from spending the :summer Paul Irons spent the week end az CHEVROLET PRICES enabled Chevrolet to maintain consistentlylow

with friends and relatives in Georgia.M. in St. :Petersburg, where he sales have
his home lowered even
Mlles : BEEN REDUCED ,-which were
greeted his wife and daughter, HAVE purchase prices
H. Crouch has returned from a Betty Jane Irons, who returned froma As a result Chevrolet now offers you the lowest
\. visit with relatives in Dawson, Ga. two month's visit in the mountains \ AS MUCH AS automobile obtainable-a big, com .
y' His wife and children will return of North Carolina and in West Vir- priced six-cylinder

later. \ ginia and Philadelphia. MIz's. Irons fortable car with Fisher Body styling and refinement-
when hov: t n smooth.
will join her husband hare \ weatherproof,cable-controlled brakes-the
left Saturdayfor
Williams safe
Mrs. C. E. : daughter returns to college. ,
a two weeks vacation at Jacksonville I and economy of a valve-in-head, six-cylinder_ engineness

Beach where she is visiting' rel ''\ Mrs. R. M. Sands of Belle Glade was and\ ju -and typical Chevrolet dependability. In offering this
atives. in Clewiston Tuesday on lower prices,
recently models, at
Sands and thcMaster
1 visiting friends. car,
Mrs. J. K. Mowry, of Miami, has returned to the Lake Okaechobee section i t Chevrolet hopes to repay the motoring public in some -

arrived in Clewiston and is :stayingat from Columbus, Ohio and other Chevrolet so high in
present with Mr. Mowry at Sem- points In the north, where she and measure, for consistently placing :.'

inole Farms. -, I her daughter, Miss Jane, spent; the 4 public favor.

summer months. The Sands family DETROIT MICHIGAN
Mrs. H.. R. Hall left Saturday fora lived here until Mr. Sands was transferred CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY G.M.A.C. terms.

visit with relatives in Hendercon,, to Belle Glade to superintendthe I Compare ChnrcJet's low delivered prices and Value easy

Ky. She expects to be away about construction work on the hurricane A General Motor

three weeks. gate there fur the Latham com- :

J)an y.
Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Vinson and

daughter, Miss: May, are spending a
month at Fort Myers 'Beach, and are NOTICE TClewis
occuying the Milteer cottage. --
--- NOTICE Is hereby given ,that the

Mrs. Alfred Scharnberg, who Ins: undersigned will on the 7th day of\
H. D.: 1934 apply to the
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. September A.

J. B. Scharnberg, leaves today to lIon. Gc.orgeV.. Whilehurst, Judg
join her husband in New York City. of the Circuit Court in and for Hen Motor Co.

,.,r. dry County, Florida, for license to ton

t"c Joseph Spadaro of Boca Grandewas 1 become a free dealer.
a business visitor here for a few MRS.

days the latter part of the week, en I Louis O. Gravely, Clewiston, Florida."Fl'imAY. .

route from a trip to Jacksonville to l Attorney for Petitioner.No. '
Boca Grande. 38-Aug. 17, 24, 31,.Sep. 7.






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"Do you like horses?" asked tho /i iK
____ -NOW, NO
young professor. '______ ___ I
"Very much !" replied Miss Cayenne. 7' L SACK TAFKIeiTrr ka
I "I regarded jour lines of thought as

more"The profound.general" demand is for relief.. I qpri ([ ; f J o ;

At a time when world politics Is complicated

by ethnological theories, I
find it a relaxation: to turn from human

races to plain old-fashioned horse
races."-Washington Star. r






C' #!r4b
(Gz GOT R Do WAS To r l
HAMDOLlT PlPM'T y3 rn.
Yt.Z 2 UYg coUl



/ ) .

"Yes the two midgets are going to

be married. She calls ,him the appleof
her eye."

"H'm, I suppose they'll soon be a y r y 3vof
dwarf pair." 'm


Most ,Awkward yl.frYfti a
"Mrs. Ames was terribly ashamed
when she had a party the other day
and there were thirteen at the table" There is a lot to be said for this
/ } new vogue for crisp materialsandthis
said Mrs. Grey.; < Western Newspaper Union
._ ,_ ,,,,, little frock
Her friend 'sniffed rather contemptuously ''' "T." = -" ->-'rr:' "" says; It charmingly.
? .. Once a woman sees those gay bret-

"How foolish being so supersti- elles flaunting their flares in organdie

tious!" she replied THE... FEATHERHEADS On a Trade-in? she becomes a convert on the in
"Oh but it wasn't that!" said the 1-- stant-she just cannot wait to feel
other "She had only twelve of I A LETTER: FROM JPLEASE GAT KAt them flutter on her own' fair shoul-

everything in the house"-Answers FANNY !! OND&R> ,ders. Of course voile or dimity or
Magazine. WHAT SHE WANTS? "' A BROWN BATHINGSUIT chiffon would be equally lovely. And
NoT Too just to prove what a clever little

They Start Young NowadaysA EXTRHMB SIZEs -- '1 frock it Is, note how that waistcoat

small boy In the smoker leaned thing-a-jig pretends to button down
so the belt will have
a proper place
Importantly back, eyeing the conductor -
-- from which to start.
as he stopped beside him.
Pattern UGH may be ordered only,
Conductor-How old are you, sonny? ,
in sizes 14,
Jackie-Oh, just at the awkward \ t 10,1S0,32,3I,30,3S
age. (i and 40. Size 16 requires 3% yards

3'J-inch fabric.
Conductor-Well, well; now what do I 5 rl
you call the awkward age? -I Complete, diagrammed sew chart
? Included. "
Jackie (with a wise smile-I'm too HaJ
,9t CENTS in coinsor
old to Cryan' too'young' to swear.-
Wall StreetJournal.Zero \ stamps (coins preferred) for this
pattern. Be sure to write plainly
---ii-----\1 your NAME, ADDRESS the' STYLE
In Places to Go
Blinks-Going to ,
some Interesting
Send your order to Sewing Circle
place on yourvvacation this' ? -T
year Pattern Department, _3 West Eight-
Jinks-No, I'm not looking forward
eenth street New York:, N. Y.
with any great pleasure to going where

we plan to go. VJHAT CAM I SHOvsJl jjf DON'T RUSH .r ilft'


go? NICE CAMPU4&iiisr GET MOO4 "Do you trust politicians?"
Jinks-:Nowhere. \AJHAT How "
HAVE "Not always; answered the man
I WAMT- WIFJ ARE '(Oil behind the counter. "I'm obliged to
Popular trust 'em to levy taxes and manage
Manager (sarcastically) notice OWNINGte A rrtkIc ASKlKJGFOR I impnnements. But when they come

there were 35,000 persons present on into my little grocery store they've

the afternoon that. your grandmotherwas got to pay cash same as everybodyelse.
buried. ."
Office Boy (rising to the occasionI )- "

couldn't swear to that, sir, but grandma Innocence '
: was always very popular!
\Iaglstrate-Well, you any-
thing to say?
f Credited With a Put-Out Pl'isonerYus, Guv-nor. Children.

' Blinks-I hear our heavy hitter an' dawgs loves me.-London Pass-
struck the umpire when he called him Show
out on strikes. Jtl
Jinks-Yes. and that was one hit
t Dreamers Are Out
that was chalked up as an error. R
Jim-"I dreamed you and I were :
married." Dolly-"I could never fall ,
western Newspaper Union '
DIPLOMACY"I In love with a mere dreamer."


Help! FETCH 'EM ON Vaudeville Stuff

(r lib your boy Josh much help to f "How long you In jail for, Mosel
r9 you?" "Two weeks."

1 1I'lJ I { "Yessirree" answered Farmer Corn- '"' I T1)ITO "What am de charge?"

I .J tossel. "Right now Josh and the two "No charge; everything am free."

hired men are organizing a brain trust "Ah mean what have you did?"
I *" show me how to run the place." "Done shot mah wife."

"You all killed yo' wife an' onlj
In jail for two weeks?"
> "
"Dat's all-den Ah gits hung.
Editor-Johnny, If any putlS'caB today
send them right in. The doctor TIGHT-WADS
I says I must take more exercise.
"I hear you' called me a liar?"

"I did not. What I':; said was thatyou'd More Respect
have made a great diplomat.
Dentist-I'm sorry-the trouble with

this tooth Is that the nerve Is,dying.
Handicapped rtal Man (moaning while he suffered)-
Mabel-Do you know anything about Then please treat the dying with a
Tom HIgsby? '
little more respej t.
Arthur-Why, HIgsby is my first L B
cousin! '
Mabel-I know that, but Is.he. all Tourist (In Glacier park-Those
right otherwise
Indians have a blood-curding yell.

Guide-Yes, ma'am; every one of
"Time Will Tell "Why were you not at school yesterday 'em Is a college graduate! tt.THE .
"Doctor, said the sick man, "the ?"

other doctors seem to differ from you "It was my birthday." How's the Budget? Wifey-1 have been reading ol

In their diagnosis" of my case. "But I don't stay home from schoolon "Do you know the penalty for con- guests at a dinner. who were bound d
"I know
'replied the medical man my birthday." tempt of court?" and robbed.
cheerfully, "but the post-mortem will "Well, I suppose It is because you've "No; but I should like: to know Hubby-Couldn't the waiters gel
how which of us Is right. 'I got used to 'em" whether I could afford It" their tips In the regulation way?

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Howe About : Frogs Reveal the Earth's PastFrom 1 I opalinidae.Intestinal commensals A remarkable, the family family, too. from pearls Shakespeare that were his as eyes."Those" Another are

It has developed 150 species in the term from the cells Is "sunshine,"
, ....
,', frog.These meaning gold. The phrase "last
species are the clews to the brightening" Is defined In the crim-
J ff Our Indignation Them Scientist Has Learned of Lost Continentsand frog's geographical migrations. He Inal's thesaurus as "yesterday morning -

! Simple Writing Vanished Seas Furnish Informationof couldn't swim the oceans. There ." It might have come from Shel
; had to be land to account for all the ley. A gangster is "hot" when he is

Nostalgia a Long Ago Ultra Far West. places he has gone. The commen I. wanted by the police. Shakespearewrote
, C Bell syndicate.-WNU service sals show where these places were, "how like a winter my absencehas
. .... . -........-...-..... by the changes they underwent and been." Here we see merely a re-

, By ED HOWE evolved while dining with the frogs. versal in seasons. The criminal who
When the frogs'croak you can im- of the present Pacific coast of the
. A JUDGE in Philadelphia lately declared imagine, with scientific backing, that ,United States. It ran from Siberia; says ",ine" for a suit'of clothes Is
less than
:.; from the bench that bandits you hear the nature songs of los down past Alaska, Central America, POETIC PHRASES poetic Campion was
are bums and parasites wbo continents and vanished seas of ,the and perhaps even for a time, Ma when he wrote "There Is a garden In
should be exterminated like rats, as past 17o,000COO years. nard finds to Ecuador and Chile.-I EVOLVED BY MEN her face." When contemporary

they are not worth the expense:: of For, in a new kind of frog geography Its heyday was 50,000,000 to IN PRISON CELLSIf poetry of the school of T. S. Eliot
keeping He the records of these has wearied of the search for phrases
them in penitentiaries. lost 000 years ago. 100'000'-1
even' went so far as to say that It places have been found in living In this same cretaceous among old Australian ballads or
"members of the American Legion frogs by Maynard M. Metcalf of the there probably wasn't much Texas. the talk of a gangster and the among the verses of medieval Spanish .
should engage in revolver practIce, :National museum. His studies are Instead the frogs Indicate an arm of words of a poet were scrambled, it poets It may turn with profit to '
they would not find the judges In our an almost unique method of readingthe the sea there, running up from the is hard to Gay which would yield the cell blocks at ,'Sing Sing and
courts loath to assist them." earth's past. He has publishedthe western Gulf of Mexico all the way the larger number of poetic phrases. Great Meadow.-New York Sun.

., Everywhere the Indignation against first report in the official journal into the Arctic ocean. Does, this ,sound as though writtenin
racketeers and politicians Is ferocious. Science. Finally, 100,000.000 years ago Byrd jest? A list of slaL-g terms used .
but the pitiful fact is. nothing Is being The frog map shows the possible apparently might have walked to in prison, published in American 'EncouragkgHumor:
". don Even this fierce judge did existence of a great continent in the Little America from South America, Speech, offers many a gem for collectors London is to have a college of hu -
. the same old thing: sent the banditsto Pacific, in Triassic times, l ,OOOOOO Australia or Africa, as ]he chose. of poetic figures; diamondsin mor. The main object will be to
'; the penitentiary, to probably be years ago. This was Gondwandaland Seemingly then there was an extended the rough, they might be called.. produce comedians ready to take
:', pardoned after a few jeans more of some evidences of which scien- Antarctica, connecting with Leaving aside the q'lestionvh ther their place as master funsters in the'
expense to decent taxpayers. tists have found previously by other all three continents.The these,are genuine specimens of prison entertainment world. They will be
... ". Irvin Edman recently wrote of "the methods., Gond\\andaland: probably usual method of reconstructing slang-and some of them sound as taught all the tricks of comedy, In-
::4t-:;: Instincts that masquerade as faiths, connected with South America. the past is through skeletons of though they may not be found out- cluding how to originate and to put
':.' ,:,' and the lusts that parade as Ideals." Another lost frog continent was animals, but the frogs left too few side the covers of a crime novelItis over "gags;" as well as make the
To me this is not only very Lemuria. It likewise was about 175- bones. Majnard gets his frog map instructive to observe how faitl materials providedcomedians by
good writing, but Indicates sense. Ed- 000,000 years back, but in the Indian from the "commensals" of these ani- I ful to the muse of poetry is much playwrights. Eccentric. dancing and
man also wrote: "In these matters ocean. It appears to have connected mals. that the pickpocket, the swhvdfer or knock-about: tomfoolery will be taughtby
(the doctrines of the relativists, the Africa, Madagascar, Ceylon, south- A'commensal is "one who dines at the bank robber says In the courseof experts. Part of the college will
p_*& patter of the new physics) I think it ernmost India, the islands of southwest thesame board with another or oth his trade. be devoted to teachirg aspiring young
Is Important to be simple; in all the Maylasia and probably some of ers." One of the examples compiled by authors the meaning of the word
complexity of modern scientific fur- the southwestern Malay archipelago In human society some commen- ;J. Louis Kuetha, of Johns Hopkins comedy. There also will be a course
mula, it is the same old sky ,with the islands. sals are honored positions, but' in University library, is the word for men and women who wish to

,;:, .i:. same things beneath it. I believe In Then the frogs show an ultra-Far I(I frogs they are just plain parasites. "tears" for pearls. There is as much shine In public life as witty speak-
<;; ,-, the common world of things as they West. This was a strip of land west' These studied by Mr. Metcalf are the poetry In this as In such an image ers.-Montreal Herald.
are about, us, the things I touch, see

taste smell hear in the world that ," __,.... .._ _
; ;:iJc.JC"J ) "" ""'" iIit\ "'<;;:O ltJ'I<:'::III '- AS
,:_ worldings feast and want In."
y ino

I plead for the use of simpler words

by writers, and simple forms of ex- If
; pression. There Is a writer named

", Immanuel Kant, admittedly a man of
I unusual Intelligence, yet his sentencesare
so involved that his name has become

an epithet: people say a long
and involved statement, is kant, mean-
'. ing It is poor argument and poor f.
r .,
", dogs People Immanuel of his own Kant.time Had named the their man MOST AMAZING PROOF ElfER! KNOWN OF ;?

.; been content to write more simply, 4
:; his good ideas would have accomplished : ':

t<)"","..'., .' more good.* UP. UP UP to 14,000 feet'V -
,. ,
I arraign the ugly and unnecessary above sea-level! Skirting yawning chasms, .:: "":. "

word nostalgia. It means homesickness tearing around 181 treacherous turns at ;
a more expressive and better-' .
looking word. Our dictionary contains breathtaking speeds, ,daredevil'drivers :fight & ,,.. 1

many other instances of annoyance their way up, grinding, pounding, swaying! L ,'. .! '

and waste of time. I believe I can In the annual Pike's Peak Race, where a slip ', ; ,
I name from memory a hundred words ,. ;
means death Firestone High Speed Tires were V '
_ often used and which I do not quickly
( know the meaning of in reading, although on theVlnnmg car. Surely this is the most m i'- : /

'- I have looked them up many amazing proof ever known of'Extra Traction 'f1' '
times. I know the meaning of nos- 1 ilNon.Skid
Safety-and Dependability! /7The
referred to the /
.,.,' talgia now having just P,
: dictionary ,but the, next time I en- new Firestone High Speed Tires for ... ", '
;,', counter It, I shall be annoyed again in 1934 have the toughest, longest wearing tread } illh
.,' ; : my reading. i l b
I&.' et,,; Firestone has ever made. They have a wider'r- Il ll f
:* ; .
I know a young soldier who served, tread of flatter: contour, deeper non-skid, .,'

,I, the late two months and rubber ii\: ,
during war, only more tougher giving you more '
In a military camp near his home. than, 50% longer non-skid mileage.
He told me at the time he never had
more to eat, less to do, or enjoyed Every cotton fiber inside every cord is

himself more. And while he was off soaked and coated with Extra Rubber-eight P

't soldiering, his wagES at home went on. additional pounds absorbed by every 100 _
Now, this soldier is as fanatical and
unreasonable about the soldiers' bonus pounds of cotton cords. This is Gum-Dipping, '

as some preachers were about pro- the Firestone patented process that provides t.. 9 ;

hibition. extra Blowout Protection.
(Let me add in parenthesis intended .
only for dunces that In denouncing
this fellow, I Intend no lack of respect
for those former service men who actually -
.."" '' engaged in battles, and were
Incapacitated.) @ 'a
"1 went to India," says a traveler, \
"with the idea that the British, bedev- ; ; '-
F ;
iled the country, but when I got there U
realized that the real parasites are
p. not the British, but fourteen million
sacred cows, which not
only destroy
. meager crops, but eat food needed by HO1 @ R ROLL
the women and children.The peopleare Remember-with every Firestone Call on the nearest Firestone

" unbelievably Ignorant, dirty and Tire you get the Triple Guarantee Service Dealer or Service Store today FIRESTONE HIGH SPEED TIRES _
", poor. It would be a crime against humanity -for unequaled Performance Records For seven consecutive years have
and against India': own future -for Life Against All Defects and equip your car with the new been on the winning cars in tim
for England to withdraw, and let In- -for 12 Months Road Hazards* daring Pike's Peak climb ichero
dia's three hundred and sixty million (*Six Montliy ComtmAl Service) Firestone High Speed Tires for 1934. a slip meant death.
people develop into a political and -
', moral breeding ground fo" world ret AND TRACTION
rogl' ssion. Its land Is naturally very FIRESTONE CENTURY PROGRESS. TIRE! 'jf For fifteen consecutive years
poor; In addition, wornout, and this $57 '_' have been on the winning cars
handicap has been added to by the REDUCED- PRICES for LIMITED TIME ONLY in the. 500-mile IndianapolisRace.

worse than constant ONE TIRE ASETOf4 THE OUTSTANDING ,
war during a pe- I have
*For three consecutive years
riod of (constant famine and slavery." 44021. .e 6.6 S ; 7c S .90 53,60 VALUE IN 'THE been on the 131. ,buses of the I
r r LOW-PRICED FIELD Washington (D.C.) Railway and
The women have various organizations 45021. 6-; 1.01 404 Electric Company covering

Intended to Improve the condition 47519... 8 6.70 1.08 4.32 ya'\t$4>CS 11,357,810 bus delay miles due without to tire oneminute's ;
of their sex ; a very commendablework COURIER TYPE
5.00-19. 4 \ 4.56 trouble.
If well
= often wonder they do not Induce the< 52518. .. 7 a. 1.27 5.08 4.40-21. _-. $4.45 AND ECONOMY

t managers conduct schools of telephone-to teach companies women manners to- 55017. .. 8.7$ 1.40 5.60 4.50-21--, 493 JU Were on the Neiman Motors' l
4.7S-19. -- 5.20 Ford V-8 Truck that made a new
and efficiency. I have never known 6.00.19JLD. 4.4 oft'::2.4: $ 2.02 8.08 30x3'/4__________ 3.65 coast-to-coast record oj ?liours,
t ,,.... a telephone girl not above the average 45 minutes, 30 seconds actual
r.;; In these respects; and they are un running time.
trained girls! taught in schools conducted THIS MEANS ENDURANCE
''r A by the heads of telephone compa -f?

4 i :.t nles. '., See how Firestone Tire are Made at the
) and Exhibition Building
,mw, r Firestone Factory ?
1 It seems to me (speaking again of .. World's Faire
the panic) that every man's other troubles -

have Increased, and that tires go Listen to the Voice of Firestone-Featuring
:1 flat more frequently on every road In Gladys Stcarthout Every Monday Night
1034 than In 1029, or any other of the MOST MILES I PER DOLLAR over N. D. C. WEAF Network
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THE CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENTS I I always ftie same-pass what you r damages if they will burn or bury all

: want for your county, and I will do dead animals before flies can breedin

I B I the same for mine. them, avoid wounds or skin breaksin

( Castles In The Glades }Marjorle B. Wallace (Editor's. Note: Hon. George F.I Host of ttie laws thus passed are the animals, make weekly inspections "

all right.-good laws, very much desired of all animals, treat all fresh
Westbrook, member of the Legislature -I '
by the people back home. Occasionally wounds with pine tar, and properly ,.
is =
from Lake county present- -
j I however, there will be a treat infested animals. :\r'-
Kit Bowden-score one ing through the newspapers of his
All right
.measure get through which is highly
for you on the postman's holidaybut deed, and nearly as much Monday. county, a series of articles dealing j j! objectionable to the homefolks,' some

I DO know a lightning bug when: Gayle in charge, Pop and Little- with the proposed amendments to the what i NOTICE MASTER'S SALE
j times rightly so,
the mixers, Futch on the Florida state constitution. These I
john on
I see one
.causes the criticism of local laws. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Such a lot to report this week tha batcher; Gary on the dump, Efting amendments will be voted upon by There are other objections to the the undersigned Special Master in

we will proceed to adopt a terse and general office and instrument handy every voter in the November election, present manner of handling laws for Chancery, by virtue of the final decree -

succinct style
usual verbose meandering. So- ey for good luck, so I donated a tle known to the populace. Becausewe certain cause pending in the Circuit
our them, and the fact that it is taking
shiney new dime and "pulled a Rock- believe that this is a matter which Court of the The Twelfth Judicial
dredges: The Gulfport has the time of the Legislature which
As to
efeller," as Gayle said. Quite a bit should receive careful attention from Circuit of Florida, for Hendry Coun-
pumped 344,000 yd. so far this should be devoted to more important in Chancery, being case number
over 10 percent of the concrete in voters, we are reproducing these ar- ty,
month, but retaining it in the levee subjects. 668, wherein Central Farmers' Trust
already. Nice working, conditionshere ticles for our readers.)
is something else yet again. This, bermat The amendment, if adopted, will do Company, a corporation, as Trustee,

lake material is as slippery as the what with a solid rock The.first proposed amendment that away with a lot of the local laws for is plaintiff, and Clewiston! Farms

proverbial eel, and in spite of bat elevation! 4 all the way around, was to be voted upon next November, cities and counties; it will permit the Company, a corporation, et ai, are defendants -

fie plates and retaining dikes, It goes dug just a little bigger than the gate entitled: Legislature to pass for example, one will, on Monday, September -
feels in a betting mood,, the hours of:
If anybody between
sliding back-lots of it-on both hydraulic "A Joint Resolution Proposing an I law relating to all cities in the state 3, 1934
this gate breaks the record o'clock A. M., and two o'clock.
I'll bet that I eleven ,
into the drink. Th( Article VIII of the another
levees, Amendment to with a population under 5,000, -
for speed.Broadfoot's. P. M., at the front door of the County
Gulfport is building a section of levee gate; practically fin Constitution of the State of Florida, for cities 5,000 to 10,000 and soon Courthouse in LaBelle, Florida, offer -

in about two days, if my eye is any for the steel gates. Just Relative to Cities and Towns." I .; it will permit Legislature to pass for sale and ,sell at public outcry -,

good. Ahead of the Gulfport the Bryan ished except yards still to This proposed amendment refers to one general law under which the peo- to the best and highest bidder
dipper dredge is a little over a and the City of Jacksonville amend their described real
and Holloway Tuesday Duval county ple of a municipality may for cash, the following

throwing up about 300 feet ol pour when I was there : ', and if adopted will permit, own town charter without asking the property in Hendry and Glades Coun-

lakeside retaining dike a day, with Smooth job, especially the channel upon a majority of the voters of Du- Legislature to do it for them and in ties, Florida, to-wit:

the dragline tagging along behind il walls. val county approving it, the consoli-I I short will permit the passage of a IN HENDRY COUNTY
Point ah, here is the 33 East
Canal gate In Township 4.3 South, Range
digging fire-toe. No ,changes in per dation of the governments of I I group of general laws to take the
job on the whole The south half (SV4)) of section
sonnel to report on the Gulfport, but of Jacksonville and the County of DuI place of the thousands of special laws
front now, and don't, don't miss it. 7, Township 43 South, Range 33
L. G. Biggs,. government inspector is val. It was passed at the request of now necessary. This amendment

back, looking much"better than when The pie-shaped gates going are to attempt going up to,, the entire membership in the Legis- should receive the support of all citizens In East.Township 43 South_ Range 32 East

he left for hospital.' and I'm not even lature from Duval County, and they who are interested in better The south half (S'and the
what look like, or how I
The "Welatka is chewing doggedly tell you they in turn had requests from many of government.Next south half of the north half (Stl

on a rock pile, with Cox and his interesting is the process' fabrica the leading citizens of that county.It week I will discuss the of N'of section !9-and the south l\f'

dynamite crew blasting ahead of her. tion. See for yourself. Wardwell sup- does not affect any other county in amendments relating to proposed half (S4) and the south half of '

She is pumping 60 percent rock and ervising this job all by his lone- the state. changes in the Judicial System of the the north half (S'& of N%) of section -

For the first time, here,, 10 all of fractional section
getting from 8,000 to 10,000 yards some. The amendment, in my opinion, state and relating to proposed,! ;
matter how little he 5 all that part of unsurveyed
It's a great sight when anybody no will permitnot fn system. ;
out a day. should be adopted. It changes the grand jury of
shoot the whole width of the knows about the construction ,, of the City of refractional section 6 and
they require-the people .
how the gates will work'i, sections 7 and 8, situate, lying and
channel at once; the resulting geyser can see just Jacksonville and the County of Duvalto being north and east of a line para-

spouts water and dirt and rocks how they are put together, I I consolidate the County and City llel with and 200 feet south and
and wherefores of the concrete Florida Supplies of
higher than the smokestacks.The whys governments. have heard a great west of the center line of the road

Myacca has gone back off structure as a whole. You will n01' deal in the past year or more with Food Feed ProductsAre commonly called and generally
the be allowed down in the hole, but -you Palm Beach
Liberty Point; the Kennedy reference to the fact that we have too known as Fort Myers

Niagara are working between the can sit on the topside and see the many counties, 'too many municipalities Above AverageWhile Cross State Highway; the south

Welatka and Fisheating Creek. entire operation. Stuff cotton in your and too much duplication in half (S'/j) of section 11, and the

Dragline section, far end of the ears unless you are used: to, riveting This is your first opportunity south half (S'/ ) of section. 12, all

Expect hammers. 8,000 rivets in 'each gate. government. much of the nation has been in Township 43 South, Range 32
progressing satisfactorily.: sentiments on
job; to voice your
The baby culvert at Bean City fin- parched by drouth and now faces a East, all in Hendry County.
in about 10 weeks.
to be through this question. It is in the nature of IN GLADES COUNTY
housebroke enough to pour feed shortage) Florida farmers, with
One dragline put on, a 3 yard ally got of Jackson-
more an experiment. The ,City In Township 42 South, Range 32 East
and nearly done. God favorable weather, took the adviceof
bucket, 75, foot boom Northwest ma the concrete ville, as you perhaps know, comprises The south half (S'4) of the
speed these new contracts! and state farm service agencies (SW'/i) of sec-
chine. 80 percent of the population southwest quarter
McKenzie job, "coming along fine," Personals: Three new men in the wealth of Duval county, and it would they now have the best cr'opsof foods tion 31, in Township 42 South,

says Jim"" Stockley. The new Jacksonville draughting room; R. H. Scott from seem that if there is any place where and feeds they have had in several Range 32 East, in Glades County,

inspector, McCook, is on here New Orleans office, and M., T. Iron- such a consolidation will work it is years. to satisfy said decree and all costs.

Jim and Williams. monger, both natives of Jackson- The state corn crop is now forecastat ALLEN CLEMENTS,
now with It certainly cannot harm the
if I know. yille; and Joe A. McKeon a Georgian six and a half million bushels com- Special Master in Chancery.
McWilliamsyjob-darned and if the people of
I est of the state, &
Evans Mershon Sawyer,
sent here from Jacksonville: office pared to five and a quarter ,
To listen to them, they're hat county want it, let's let them try't. First National Bank Bldg.,

nothing but trouble, but to the uninformed -: [ and enough like Ivey to be an If it works out satisfactorilyhere last year, according to the government Miami, Florida,
brother. Boswell and Shaw report. The hay crop is
and casual onlooker, the elongated crop
then we have some standard by Solicitors for Plaintiff.
levee continues to grow as 1l WiI- moved to Clewiston. Poole back on which we may consider other proposed estimated, at 43,000 tons compared to ID & N Aug. 10,' 17, 24, 31.

Hams levees always grow, fast and the job. Joe Johnson and Tommy)' consolidations. 37,000 tons last year., Oats sweet

Jones prodigal-sonning. Dod potatoes and other food and feed I
efficiently. Besides. Flanders Irons away The next proposed amendment is

and McCartep; there is another new derer in Count Harvey's place in entitled: I crops for home use are more plentiful BBBBBBBSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH;

inspector. in this job, one George A. Lawler's office. Ham Dowling, ex- "A Joint Resolution Proposing an in the state.Florida's 3a ,\
sheriff Duval county in the La- climate and the followingof B JACI 'S FAMOUS
of ,
Miami '
Hersam, Jr., from the Amendment to Section 24 of Article MH Ji

office, who traded places with Tick- Belle office. Hans Hansen on vaca III of the Constitution of the State a live-at-home program are responsible Suey Dinners *
mother died and for the fine position farm- Chop
nor. I've been promised a real in- tion.: Captain King's of Florida, Relating to County and
McWilliams buried in Quitman, Ga., lastweek ers now occupy regarding food and
spection trip over the job was Municipal Governments." Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:00

next week, and can tell you more I : ; our sincere sympathy to our This amendment, if adopted, wil? feed crops;, says Dr. Wilmon Newell, a H B
dean of the College of Agriculture. M
friend the captain. I could tell youa
about it then.Arundel the right to<
give the Legislature UIWIU.li: :NTh,1K.
scandal but won't.. Anybody Through the government's crop :
job; smooth progress. The : lot of ; according
cities and
classify duction he adds, much re-I Dim'l' hlU'--dH' Niuti: { '11
Hallandale has finished the levee on desiring: anything sunk without a law program .
enact general ;
to population, ,. .. .. .
turned from cotton, -- -' II
has been --
--- -
to Gravely ;
the west side of the canal and has trace apply Goofy applicable to each class; and will en It

shifted to the east side where she is Have just come in from a speed able the Legislature to establish uni and hog production into food and. I : \Vatanabe Hote' a

spouting steadily. Mowry has been boat ride with Jerry Conroy, 'which of feed crops for home use.While .

put'on this contract as inspector, with I :accounts for the general bm piJess counties form laws and for municipalities.At the government. the feed situation for Flor- :\lire:. F. H. 'lal:1I.: Prop. aa

of this effusion. Grand fun. Si-e you ida is far better than for the coun-
a Rumley, Collins, Brown and Critten- the present time practically al 9BBBBBBB9flbDBBRB&'SDaBBHHflBESTIMATES> >
later. try, Dr. Newell urges farmers to con-
den. and municipalities -
laws relating to counties
tinue to produce everything possiblefor
Clewiston hurricane gate; Benson. are what is known as local,
home use. Feed prices are likelyto :
,- 1 Rich and Ewell supervising the erection application -
laws having
special '
of the embedded steel for Growers or to county or town except the I advance rapidly, and Florida, poul- 'I FURNISHED ON
Vegetable any feed
the gates. Just about ready to pour trymen and dairymen who buy
again when they get a mixer loose I one referred to the in particular will do well to make extra efforts to I : REQUEST
May Get Emergency Hundreds of such laws are passed at. I I
the : grow-their own, he says. Other farm
from one of the other gates. By each session of the Legislature and C.: E. STEBEL
save all the feed they
: way, Ewell's nickname is Jack, and : Loans on Fall Crop I this has caused more criticism of the ers should to

,' when I asked why, Bennie borrowed other thing can, and make an abided effort Electrical ContractingPHONE
I Legislature than any one
winter'grazing and forage crops,
my pencil, went into a huddle, with grow
I GAINESVILLE, Aug. 23.-Florida If the representatives from Escambis higher feed prices whether 2121
and answered question
his muse my
to have a
thusly: vegetable growers may now obtain county, for 'example, want they have to buy or can sell feed. PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
I law passed authorizing the hunting;
,Over the levee an inspector ran; emergency crop production loans for Escambic
of deer on Sundays only in
A look ot'fright was on his pan, this fall's crop under a set-up similar county, and which law does not appl; London's oldest business concern Agent for

For in the distance the boss was I l has been foun'd'to be the College of GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
[ the under which loans Escambia then
to one to any county except I II
seen, I Heralds, which was founded in 1380,
made last spring. This is possible why should the representatives from I AND
I Heralds still are appointedpersonally
Between the inspector and his ma- Escam and the i :
? The
Lake county oppose it APPLIANCESLatest !
chine! due to the amendment regard- I by the king to perform certain -

Behind the levee along he sped, ing emergency loans announced by bia county representatives are doing then I court duties and to help civilians -
His feet were nimble, his heart was the Farm Credit! Administration. All what:: people back home I findfamily trees and similar in-
to do and since it does not affect _

'lead, applications for, loans must be in before rest of the state, vrc simply pay nc, I formation. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..HNNN' :NNNNN:.....:..
And this is the thought that made Sept. ;5. .i.
of such t:I
him sad- Loans may be made up to the aggregate attention to the passage I IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION' I>PAID :: Equipment ::

"If I'm r of $250 for all emergencycrop law.
-- caught.this time it's just .:.
almost intolcrab'.c .. I
This has created an :
too bad!" loans. If the amount is for over II SCREW WORM: FLY ATTACKING .i. in .i.
in the Legislature,
His hoofs strike fire from the scattered -!, ?150, growers will have to show that situation LIVESTOCK IN SOUTHERN FLA. :;:

rocks; !! the loan has been rejected by the one that is just as objectionable tc :!:: HIGH PRESSURE ::
I I of that body as it is tc I
He runs right out of his shoes and Production Credit Association. the members With the screw worm fly having ::
citizens of the state generally
borrowed I
socks; I I The largest amount that can be spread to South-Central Florida and
instances i
He made his machine in nothingflat per acre on commercial truck I II There are hundreds of I now taking a heavy toll of livestock ... ..
where the local legislation desired is .. all cars .:.
I I where fertilizer and ll : .
is $25 farmers are
; crops the affected over most of the state, ... ..
people -
Said, "I fooled the boss; thank God spray materials are used, and less if of great importance to urged to speed up organization and .. .:.
limited time
'1' for that!" I I these materials are not used. White by it, and in the has it cannot control measures. Infestation have ::: ""CORRKCT: LUBRICATION'IX :!?:

But he was wise, this grand old potato growers may borrow up to $27 which the consider Legislature at length the many I recently been found as far south as : : ACCORDANCE AV1T1I :!:

boss, 'I I per acre where fcrti'izcr!! and snra:' possibly Okeechobee and Manatee counties. .
presented, consequently CAR :MANUFACTURER'SRECOMMENDATIONS" :!:
local measures :!::
To needed.
the materials Livestock
inspector. and his -double- or dusting are County agents and State

cross, I I In making the loans, care will betaken they must be passed as offered have,, Sanitary Board workers point out ::: : :!:
And said, with a smile as was his : to see that the land is suited good, bad and that in section whero farmers have

habit, /,. I i to the crops in question nnl that heard many new member1 assert:; of that the Leg-they been vigilant in inspecting and treating : :: Tho proper Rica: =e for all parts :o.::

"Ewell's. no inspector -'. he's adamn' there is reasonable chance of a market islature solemnly all local bills being animals and destroying dead ono .?:. of jour: car. :J.:

jackrabbit'! I for them. Officials have announced would insist upon much progress has been made in v

Hence the Jack. And when he was that the general practice will read and same consideration given screw worm control. On the basis :!: The Cost. to You Is Xo More I>
in less I
first sent to Clewiston from be loans only where there is them: as general bills, but
Canal to make that it is up to live stockmen to clean Than an Ordinary Greasing Job. I X:
new member -
Point he went alone and plaintively a chance for a successful crop, and two: weeks time that same i their own stock and ranges, organizations -
commissionrs up
remarked that he did think they in conformity! : with practices approver will have his county of farmers are being

might send Pop or two other fellowsto by the State Agricultural Extension or the city council of some important formed in section of the state. i SUGARLANDy )
-. in liis county up there
talk to him! ; Service. town
of I Where the farmers are organized Service Station :|::
Gate No. 3 at Lake Harbor; .in Promissory notes will! bo taken for i demanding the immediate passage a fight it is :i: ..
and already putting up
order to get .t. :
high and going higher. Two mixers the loans, and they will be payable some local law, and in I make far better ..
can 1Clewiston y
pointed out, they Pll.QJ1C 344 -
and two conveyors running; 494 April 1, 1935. A first 'mortgage will tils own local law passed, he must from relief agencies y Y

yards put in Sunday, on the theory also he tMton! nn the crop to be plant sigree to let the other members do US*) jiiUrolmen ncrn\v worm! y 1{ ?1PAGE .X
{hat the better Ulw day the better 'the I ed.! : hp eamo with ihf'li'e ami ttlfl resultis\ \ firf1\ can t t1