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 31, 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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:':: VOLUME 8, NUMBER 83:
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TRADE TREATY IS Two are Lucky Winners!GRAY WILL ISSUE New Pharmacist at O. C. BENBOW DIES

Clewiston Drug Co. I
i.I' Of $50 at DrawingE.


Paul Ewing, of Belle Glade, has
L. Stewart and Mark R. Lawler

INDUSTRY were the lucky winners of a fifty SOUTHERN AREA accepted a position as pharmacist at NORTH CLEWISTONThe
: dollar bill each in the anniversary the Clewiston Drug company, and

; drawings at the Clewiston Drug com- has taken up his:: duties in that ca-

." I important act of the ad- pany Sunday night. The store has Rearrangement of the weather bureau pacity. ,death of O. C. Benbow, 61,

The most far as Everglades been offering numbered tickets with storm warning service for south Mr. Ewing ,and lib wife moved to which occurred at his home, Benbow

ministration and, as property owners are each purchase of certain amount for eastern Florida was announced this I Clewiston last week and are residing Farms, 10 miles north of Clewiston',

residents concerned, is the trade treaty. signedin several weeks, and at the week by R. W. Gray, United States at the Watanabe Hotel. at four o'clock Friday afternoon, removed -

week ago tonightby ry drawing Sunday the anniversa-I meterologi of the :Miami office. H. G. Niblack, who came from one of the oldest and best-
Washington one
of the United were fifty dollars in The area has been increased so that Shamrock a year ago to become as- known of the employees of the sugar -
Cuba. Opinions differ as Mr. Stewart is cashier of the First dissemination of storm information in sociated with the Clewiston Drug company. Mr. Benbow had beenin

States' and effect of this treaty on the Bank' of7 Clewiston and Mr. Lawleris St. Lucie, Martin, Okeechobee, 'Highlands store is leaving for a vacation be- i\l\ health for several months, and,
to the ,
Everglades but it seems agreed thatit a U. S.: Engineer in charge of con- Hendry, .Glades, Palm Beach, fore making a permanent connection in the early summer entered a St.

will be far-reaching, and will re- crete structures on the Lake Okee- Broward, Dade and Monroe counties elsewhere. Petersburg hospital for treatmentand

tard at least one industry-the sugar I chobee project. with the exception of Key West and a subsequent major operation.He .
returned to his home five weeks
indlstry-here. I before his death. '
which into effect The new arrangement carries withit DREDGE EQUIPMENT
The treaty, goes
Oliver Coffin Benbow
September 3rd, cuts tariffs on com- TO LET CONTRACTS the authority for, Mr. Gray to issue was born
I near Greensboro, North Carolina. He
advices for the
shipped between the two special warnings
modities MOVED came to the Everglades section eigh-
is for duration of Okeechobee region case of em-
., .;. countries, and a teen years ago and was associated
There is a provisionthat Sf. LUCIE SPILLWAYSSeptember ergency.Mr. .
three years. ......-- with a cousin, C. D. Benbow, now of
It may be terminated by either Gray explained that the prIn-
A large green quarter-boat, dredge St. Petersburg, in the operation of a
of the two countries after 'six months cipal reason for the rearrangementwas
and other equipment of the Canal plantation. The present Benbow home
14th has been set by
formal notice is given. that plans might be made to

Winter vegetable ,raising and sugar I the U. S. Engineers office at Jack- more efficiently co-operate with the Construction company have been tow- was the nucleus of that extensive
ed in to Clewiston from the farm.
sonville for the opening of bids for former
1 the two industries American Red Cross in its plans for
furnishing all plant, labor, materialsand Okeechobee location near Belle Glade in Divis- Mr. Benbow was one of the first
which the backbone of Ever- relief work in the region.He
L are development and which rep- performing all work required for further explained that the organ- ion 2.Most. to become associated with the sugar

resent glades the investment of' millions, the construction of 17 drainage spill- ized South Florida Red Cross Safety of the equipment has been industry and was employed by the

way structures on the St. Lucie can- committee, with headquarters at lodged in berths in ,the rim canal, Southern Sugar Company and by its
.. affected by the cut in
are" seriously al, according to legal advertismentfor which will provide considerable safety successor, the United States Sugar
from Cuba. West Palm Beach, will assume responsibility -
tariffs importations
.... on from the' of wind and He
: bids now appearing, in several of action buffeting Corporation. was welfare officerat
4 have been quoted uniformity
,;/:,}, Sugar operators newspapers and trade journals.The waves in case of storm. \ the time of his death, and 'supervised
in the lake
Red Cross chapters
that by ,
: in Northern as estimating
!( papers
The equipment that the sanitation and
17 spillways are to be located was broughtto welfare of
the direction of W.
:: amount varying between 23 and
'r : an
on the banks of the canal between the Lake for use on a contract the laborers in all camps in the
Turner Wallis, Jr., committee chair-
,+: 35 million dollars will be'placed in
;;: : Cuban producers' pockets annually I Lock 1, near Lake Okeechobee and man. Mr.: Wallis and his' committee awarded the Canal company by the Western division of the sugar cor

;Y sugar Lock 2, which is located 10 miles government and later released by poration's property.
members, Ray Tanner and George
the agreement. This will
f;r.y: : .. mutual consent. Due to the
hamper the normal development west of Stuart. Carr, will be in contact with the expenseof Funeral services were held at the

R.{;;; obviously; of 'what is proving to be Bids for the construction of 6 Miami Weather bureau office and moving such machinery it will home Saturday afternoon, and the

.tjf';: 'r";;, ,' I one of the largest and most successful drainage culverts, in the levee on the will !have full power to act in an probably remain here until placedto body taken to West Palm Beach,
':"." work in another location by the where it was entrained for Greens-
industries of South Florida. The South shore of Lake ,Okeechobeewill emergency.It .

be opened September 5th. The owners. borp, North Carolina. A Masonic
treaty reduces the duty on Cuban is estimated 'that nearly 10,000
awarding of contract follows formally burial was given the deceased at his
sugar from one and one-half cents persons of the ,approximately 76,000
nine-tenths ;, from the office of the War Department KIWANIS MOCK old'home.
:; a pound to cent' a pound. residents of the Lake Okeechobee .
Cuba already occupied a preferential in Washington and usuallythe region, would have to be evacuated Surviving are the widow, Mrs.
Members of the Kiwanis Club
\ position among countries of the contractor is given but a short in the event, a hurricane threatenedthe I en- Annie Mae Turner Benbow, a brother -

. .' world in regard to importation of time to begin work on the contract.If district. Plans of the safety com- tertained themselves:: at their week W. C. Benbow, of Mandeville,
ly meeting at the Watanabe Wednes-
d Cop ( sugar into the United States, as oth- the usual routine is followed mittee provide for this evacuation, Louisana, a son, Clarence Oliver
.. : day night at the expense of K: S.
'3'\,; er countries had been paying a duty work on both, concrete culverts and as well as for the dissemination of Benbow, of Moore Haven, and two

:',' of 1.875 cents compared to Cuba's tfie St. Lucie spillway will be'under warnings in localities which cannotbe McMullen, a recent bridegroom. grandchildren, Clarence Charles and
Besides the customary mock trial,
1.5 cent. way by the middle of October. reached, by telephone or telegraphfrom Shirley Elizabeth Benbow.CTI'ITY .
which was conducted: with_ much formality -
,''.' _:...There seems no doubt, that. the :., Miami. ..ancf severity, 'the--Club was
I beet-producing states of the west and; Thursday Closings The enlarged warning ,area under Mr. McMullen's guest at the Dixie
the caneproducing'sections of FlorIda the local bureau office will materially Crystal theatre following the meet-: i

j I and Louisiana will sacrifice the Ended For Summer increase the amount of work at the ing. erection or'the embedded

.t. largest amount of revenue' because office in the event storms threatenthe I I
of> Florida. In orderto steel and pouring of concrete marks
r"\ of the tariff reductions., East Coast

",.; The detailed provisions of the Yesterday marked the last of the I take care of the increased work Seminoles to VisitOklahoma I the resumption of construction on

'not available to residentsof Thursday afternoon closings for William B. Channel of the Tampa the hurricane 'gate here. Work was at
treaty are
section Clewiston merchants: for 1934. weather bureau office, has been as- IndianFort a standstill for several weeks while
this and opinions of those '
'. .; in Washington who have had access Stores, the First Bank of Clewistonand signed as assistant to :Mr. Gray He construction on the gates at other

the Post Office have observed will report for duty September 6. locations reached a stage to release
to them., seem to differ as to the .I Myers, August 30, (FNS- certain
for here.
a the mid-week half holidays since the I There will then be seven men em- equipment' use
probably outcome among vegetable I A news story in the Spiro, Okla. Other portions of the government
first June. the Miami bureau three :
week of ployed at ,
growers. 'Senator Fletcher
feels that :
: -, Times states that Ben Harjo, wealthy
work are going forward with custo-
office and four at the
:, I the tariff revision is fair but at the city
entirely Seminole Indian, descendant of the
BE CLOSED I with' L. Higgs in I mary speed. The work of concrete
STORES WILL office, Ralph
,;,,' George S. Fletcher, of the airport
r: president Seminoles who were carried from riprap on the first section of levee,
'' FOR LABOR DAY MONDAYMrs. charge of the airport office.-Miami
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i Florida' : Agricultural Tariff Associa- I Florida to the West many years ago, that built by McWilliams Dredging

.' ,;' tion, declared that it threatens ruin Herald. has invited 'a group of Florida Sem- between Clewiston and
.,Clewiston Housewife will company
.,: ,> to the winter vegetable industry, not, inoles to be his ,guests on a trip to Moore Haven last year, will be com-
'in' Florida but in California and need to purchase two days suppliesof
;.. >,." only I groceries and household necessi- Oklahoma.He pleted within a week, and the rIp-
I Texas. CLEWISTON SCHOOL is :sending a bus to Florida and rap crew, under the direction of
ties tomorrow, as all stores will be
. ':/ r The tariff reductions on vegetable I will carry a group of Florida Semin- J. F. McLure will be moved to the
closed Monday in observance
,.' \', '' imports amount to approximately fifty on oles to his state. They will travel Arundel job near :Miami Locks.A .
Labor Day, which is a national holi- TO BE OPENED ON I
'-A\ percent, of the present rates, but day. The bank, and Post Office will over paved highways through a coun- read has been constructed fromMoore

. '': are only applicable during certain try where many Seminoles died almost Haven ,to near the present
be closed and the local Western Un-
>::" months of the year. This{ means that hours. MONDAY OCT. 1ST 100 years ago while travelingthe location of the government dredge
'' ion office will observe holiday
jt; ,:: the nation as a whole will not be af- "Trail of Tears." Welatka. The Welatka is striking
The U. S. Engineers office will be
fected by the reduction, but the bur- The Oklahoma tribesman plans a an ever increasing amount of hard x
closed also, but dredges and other
den will fall on producers of winte'rvegetables. lavish entertainment for his Florida rock, and complete swaths are
:: ; plants on the federal levee projectwill The Clewiston school will open for
Indian guests. being blasted in front of the cutterson
be operated as usual., the fall term on Monday, October

'';': r' ,A hopeful note to Everglades pro- | first, and preparations are now underway the dredge to aid its progress.

,1 ducers lies in the fact that news-, to place the buildings and Negro. Shooting Ends The dredge is now but a mile from

paper quotations of the provisions of pound; ,new rate, 0.6 pound, Decem- grounds excellent 'condition before i Moore Haven.
in Justice Court I .
-'t r the agreement do not include any i ber 1-March 31. the opening.The Two I'

tariff reduction on string beans or I Okra, 40 per cent ad valorem; new school building received a new SECOND FAMILY MOVES TO

,..( cabbage, ,although a number of other 'Harold Hogan and Otis Smith, I GOVERNMENT: RESERVATION
rate, 20 per cent ad valorem, Decem- roof this summer through the activities I
vegetables are listed. Beans are pro-I ber 1-May 31. of the FERA. Broken wind- bath colored, were tried in Justice of

duced in larger quantities the the Peace court Monday on a chargeof Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and
I I Peppers, old rate, 2.4 cents pound,; ows were replaced and all needed
winter here than any other vege new rate, 1.5'cents pound, January minor repairs were also made., The improper exhibition'of firearms. daughter, Ann, moved into the government -

table. Cabbage is ,also a major staple I I 1-April 30.Squash lawn, which was not kept mowed Smith's fine was $100 and Hogan's reservation this week, making -

crop. ,"old rate, 1.6 cents pound; during the, vacation months, is be- $50. 'Both were paid. v the second family to occupy one

,", Tile fruits and vegetables included I I new rate, 1.2 cents pound, December ing cut and will be kept in good Sunday morning, Harold Hogan, of the new homes.
verbal quarrel of several days : All houses the reservation, will
"J : in the seasonal cut include grape- 1-May 31.Concessions. condition from noW' on. after a

: fruit, lima beans, tomatoes, Irish I I made by Cuba to the School trustees are looking for- duration, produced an ice pick to at- be equipped with ranges and hot 1

potatoes, cucumbers, eggplants, okra, United' States included a reductionof ward to an excellent year, as an efficient tack Smith. Smith returned 'shortly water heaters of a type to use ;!.

.. peppers and squash. hog lard from ,$9.18 per hundred staff of teachers has been with a shotgun and began firing into i commercial bottled gas, and individual

:, The old rate, together, with the pounds to $2.73 and an agreementto chosen and all acceptances have been the building in Harlem where Hogau I II installation, of a supply of ,

., new rate and the dates effective' for further reduce the rate to $1.45 received to' complete 'the faculty. I was. Hogan returned fire with : the gas will be made to each home. I

the tariff reduction, as given in na- by September 3, 1936. Cuba, in 192629 George V. Stanley, lately of the I a 32 'automatic and one bullet struck j The user, of course, purchases his I I
; Smith in ,the arm, inflicting a minor'' but the stoves and heaters ,
I > tional press dispatches are: grape- consumed from 80 to 90 million Micanopy school and formerly an instructor own gas

fruit, old rate 1.2 cent pound; new pounds of American lard, but a raisein in the University of Havana, I injury. I are being made a permanent: fix-
IkBk \ the house, and are govern-
rate, 0.6 per pound August 1-Sep- the tariff rate reduced this to halfa is the new principal. B. E. Herring I The negroes were lodged in jail I ture in

tember 30. million pounds last year. This reduction -I returns as assistant principal and by Constable Butler. State's Attor- ment property.

Lima beans, old rate 2.8 cents per was the most important : Mrs. Gertrude Balosok McMullen and ney Guy M. Strayhoru was summoned j!

,' pound; new rate, 1.4 cents pound,II foodstuff item in the U. S. conces- Miss Eva Mae Green will return to. for advice in handling the case, DREDGE ENGINEER IS NEEDED

q"Y December 1-May 31. sions. their positions on the high school and it was decided to make the f
exhibition of The United States Civil Service
'White or Irish potatoes, old rate, Other important concessions faculty. Another high school instructor I charge one of improper

.06 per hundred pounds; new rate, granted by Cuba included cottonseed, Miss Livonia Congdon, of firearms, instead of a more serious commission announced an open competitive 6

,:11- .03 cents per hundred pounds, De- corn, soy beans, wheat flour, pork Alva, has been added and the staffof I one, in order to save the county the examination for a dredge i

;":;:.," ,' '\, cember 1-last day February. I products, rice, fruits, animal and five' high school instructors is I expense of holding the prisoners un- engineer this.. week. The position,
:, session for prose- which $2,000 a year less $480
:.. '; Tomatoes, old rate, 2.4 cents per poultry feeds, canned sardines, sal- the largest in the history of til circuit court pays

: ;Jr/:, pound; new rate 1.8 cents pound, .I mon and other fish, canned 'vegeI the school Elementary teachers cution. for sub&istance; and quarters, is of opento 18

between the ages
tt' December 1-last day February. I tables and meat, crackers, biscuits, include Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Miss Vil- any one
not less science and 50. Applications must be filed
Cucumbers, old rate, 2.4 cents textile products, machinery, automobiles ma Rhodes, Miss Mae Drew, and "Agriculture'needs de-
'i science with the United States engineer
pound; new rate, 1.2 cents pound, I iron, steel, copper and other two new teachers, Miss Lucile Hamp in its production but more Fla.,
I Jacksonville
Hon. at ,
December 1-last day February. [metals, wood and lumber and paper ton of LaBelle and Miss Louise Ren- in its economic )life--- partment large 1934.

Eggplants, old rate, 1.2 centsi' II I and cardboard products. froo, of Clewistom... ,$j Henry A. Wallace., ', 3n or before September. 15,

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v- or collective bargaining on the basisof MME JOLIOT GETS RADIUMThe

News Review of Current free choice of representatives by the SPEAKER RAINEYIlenry I

workers. gram of radium bought In'

1021 for Mme. Curie through funds

Events the World Over RELATIONS between Russia and raised by a committee of American'
been further strainedby '
N a. yln 9 women has been passed on by Mme ,
the arrest of 17 Soviet subjects, all .
Curie's will to her talented daughter, .;.
officials and employees of the Chinese Mme. Frederic J oliot.It .

Eastern railway by Manchukuo au will enable the Joliots, husbandand

Eugene Black to "Sell" New Deal to the Banks-President thorities. They are accused of plotting gj/4A wife, to continue their impor- .
against Manchukuo and Japan tant 'atomIc experiments, which last
Warns Against Food Profiteering and of being in collusion with banditsin rNn/yj : winter led to the discovery of 'artificial -
recent attacks on the railway. The
radioactivity.-Literary Digest.
Cotton Textile Strike Voted. Russian consul general at Harbin

vainly demanded the release of the Universal Burden .
In :Moscow the
prisoners. arrests gave
It's great to be ;young, of course!
EDWARD W. PICKARD rise to rumors that Japan was pre-
but the young worry, too.RIIEII1IITIC.
by Western Newspaper Union. paring to declare military law, and
take: over the railway, the sale of

R. BLACK has resigned as WHEN; the NRA Is reorganized' and which has long been a subject qf fruitless 9 < ''. .
gpvernor of the federal reserve put, under control of a commission negotiation. ?

I board, and President Roosevelt has -a change that is soon due-Gen. Toklo dispatches) quoted a foreign

given him a new position-contact officer Hugh S. Johnson may still he in the office spokesman as saying:: the government -

_. between the banks: picture despite the belief that he was considering: sending a general .-

lijM:, : :. ... and the government.This would retire completely. He told warning to Moscow. Pure Natural Mineral Water "
1li'f:.; "",{:, ;: means that :Mr. something of the plans for the shakeup '

:': 1F\ Black is expected to and at the same time said : "If PRINCE RUDIGER VON STAR- May Help

sell" the New Deal the President'" wants me to stay, I HEMBERG of Austria, who has

"",. '.'."'''-t!!>'t. to the financial Institutions might sene.as chairman of the board, just been in Italy consulting with MILLIONS FIND IT
o.*::: ..>' which in the provided it did not take all of my Premier Mussolini, says the Austrian ,

'; past have been among ime." t.;.::. ...:.ese-zn- "... .:'$., goverment expects anew VERY BENEFICIAL
"< : the severest critics of Johnson said he expected the whole .X M':1': Nazi outbreak in T. Rainey of Illinois, speakerof

.h,:r many features of the reorganization of the NHA to be*cpm- ..:f::..;..::..:. :; ? ; that country within the house, has been somewhat ill
":( ,1 President's programfor pleted within the next GO or 90 days: the next few months. in a St. Louis hospital but his condition For over 2,000 years the great min-

'"f: recovery. He re- TIle[ first step, he said will be the for ); : He says he has information reported as satisfactory.' eral waters of the World, given to us
} .I Mother Nature
by have themselves
t.'J.. :** turns to his former ; mal submission of plans to the Presi ,: ., F: that a proven .
: "" .r. '; very beneficial in the treatmentof
Eugene R. position of governor dent. Congress will be .asked next h:. .X. .;,< : putsch is being pre- "rheumatic" aches and pains, arthritis -
Black of the Atlanta| Federal winter to enact the revised NRA set- : pared, and that he GREAT ROCK CRASH sluggishness certain stomach
: ,
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Reserve bank which he left In :May up as a permanent government control ...... -4-....., .:;' .,.,- distrusts the peace AT NIAGARA FALLS disorders and other chronic ailments. ,.
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1933, to assume the direction of the over industry, Johnson disclosed. Itvill .. .'..' _"..' :..., talk of the German It has been estimated .that-Americans .
whole reserve, system. \ be the New Deal for business .", '.' .....,..,' :1' government. He also alone have spent $100OOOOPO' r1.. .'
"himself" which President Roosevelt will try to .>' doubts the reports of Fifteen Foot Slice Tumbles Into year in going to the mineral wells
Mr.\ Black said his new assignment
_:"a.t. 4 1. ,......... and health resorts of Europe. Over
fix the for all time. dissolution of the
is "to muster the strength of on country the
the Gorge. $1,000,000 of these'foreign mineral
This NRA sketchedby Prince Von Nazi Legion
our financial institutions behind recovery "permanent" as Austrian
waters are imported'a'nnually into this
in America." Some observersIn Johnson, would consist of a general Starhemberg in[ Germany. B'nd he-
country to help suffering humanity.
Washington thought the: move indicated governing board!, a single administra- lieves- the reich Is still financing the Niagara Falls N. T.-Thirty million But it isn't necessary.to go to Eu-

that the administration was goIng tive officer to carry out the board's Nazi In Austria. The prince's statements pounds of limestone'cl"ash down rope to find fine natural mineral water, .

to make another attempt to thaw dictates, and a long string of government 'are borne out by' the fact that ward from the lip of the Horsesnoe We have many marvelous mineral

out the vast sums in commercial representatives sitting on code Austria has sent a note to Great falls, sending a great roar and tumble waters in our own country-many ex- '

credits that are lying idle In the hanks. authorities as umpires In disputes be- Britain, France and Italy, asking per- echoing down the gorge.It cellent health resorts to which you can '
was one of nature's great upsets, go for the; mineral water treatmentfor
"You can do much good" President tween: employers and workers and between mission to enlarge Its army because It
a sudden acceleration of the slow process "rheumatic" aches and pains.
and the Broadly fears another imminent.
industry public. Nazi putsch ,
Roosevelt wrote Black In accepting his
:Most surprising of all however is
which has been pushing Niagara ;
speaking, the NRA might retreat Starhemberg asserts that an overwhelming
resignation, "hy presenting the recovt
at'the measured fact that today you can make,a
falls westward
and allow business freedom. of the Austrian pace '
ery program to the country's reserve greater majority' natural mineral water in your own
of five feet a for more centuries .
banks, commercial l banks and other people are in favor of the Hapsburg year home at a tremendous saving in ex '
financial institutions, by acquaintingthem DRIMARY elections In several states restoration, that the Vatican Is for it, than man knows. One man-Patrolman pense. For Crazy Water Crystals

with the. successive 'steps taken brought about interesting results.In and that Italy and England are neutral Horatio Collins-saw It. He was bring'you, in crystal form, healthful

by the administration which have 'resulted Nebraska Representative E. R. ; but that France and the little en- performing the routine task of collecting minerals taken 'from one of the
cash from the slot field glass on world's fine mineral waters. Just the, ,
in the present prosperous condition Burke of Omaha advocate of the New tente would oppose it. I
...... .. ....' Deal won the Democratic Goat island. natural minerals. Nothing is added. ,
of these Institutions and which : :'t .
r It was S:30 a. m. when the face of All you,, do is add Crazy Water
: .'... {;:' nomination' for he sdLction of the Ameri-
make possible their co-operation with ; ,
f WITH Niagara falls was changed. A slice Crystals to your drinking'water, and
the senator,defeating Gov.Charles Federation of Labor a strike
administration In its program of you have 'a great mineral water that
and 15 feet thick was
2oO; feet
complete business rehabilitation."I ( W. Bryan' by was called in the plants of the Aluminum long has helped' millions to better' health

am pleased to think .that your an astonishing plural-- Company of America, which is sheared off. To those who see the and greaterhappiness.A .

position as governor of the Federal lty of more than 6G- controlled by Andrew W. Mellon, for- falls every day that Is a considerable standard size box of Crazy Water

Reserve 'bank at .Atlanta will give you 000. The Republicans mer secretary of the treasury, and transformation, but casual visitors Crystals costs'only $1.50 and is sufficient

opportunity to undertake this work nominated Robert G. his family. Six of the plants, at New could find little difference between the for several weeks thorough
Arnold and Logan's Fer- falls now and the pictures they had treatment for rheumatic pains. Crazy
Simmons. It was Kensington,
and that that bank together with the pre-
x Water Co. Mineral Wells Texas.
their classroom geographies.The ,
'federal reserve board, will co-operate dicted by friends of ry, Pa., Alcoa, Tenn. ; East St. Louis, seen In ,
Senator Norris, radi- Ill, and Massena. N. Y., were closed, cause of the great slips not
with In Its
you performance. cal that and those at Fairfield Conn., and been exactly determined. For some t .
........ _.. ,
'.T :- time there had been a considerably
ft the Progressive Republicans Baden, N, C., were about to shut eM'
E. R. Burke down. The company normally em- lessened flow of water. This conditionhad
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, it turns would sup-
out, is not at. all dismayed by the port Burke, for Simmons a member'of ploys about 15,000 persons. Proposals lasted more than a year, caused AI:

catastrophic drouth that has afflicteda congress, has been attacking the NRA offered- by the workers' representatives hy. unfavorable winds that blew the Water QS -

large part of the country. To the and the AAA.Ohioans late in July were flatly rejectedby water to the other :side: by low waterIn
are for sale by dealers displayingthe
the lakes and by diversionfor
White House correspondents he indi- are given their choice between the company. upper red and green Crazy Water

cated his belief that the drouth was two veteran politicians In the power purposes. Crystals sign. Get a box today.
In a way a blessing, in that it was wip- race for the senate. A. V. Donahey, SENATOR IIUEY LONG was march- Before the slip this particular face
toward victory over his of the falls was dry. After nature
ing out farm surpluses two years sooner three times governor of the state was
than could have been done by the made the nominee of the Democrats, arch foe, Mayor T. Semmes Walmsley had taken her stride westward there
of New Orleans; and there didn't seem was a new sector over which the waters Loose Screw SomewhereIt's
Wallace crop reduction plan. lie expressed running far ahead of Gov. George -
the belief that there will' be White and Charles O. West. The last to be anything the latter could do to' cascaded.' usually a half-wit_ who leads,'

plenty of food for all and made It named was the "hoice of the national stop the Klngfish. The state legislature r- a double life) .,

clear that the administration would administration but he made a poor safely In the control of Long and Convict Who "Made -

not stand for In food Simeon D. his henchman Governor Allen, was
any profiteering showing. Senator Fess; one
Good" Gets ClemencyColumbia
prices or grain speculation to the detriment of the ,most vociferous opponents ,of swiftly pushing through a series of Banish Freckles,

of the farmer and the public. the Roosevelt programs, easily won re- measures designed to put every parish S. C.-C. D. Cooper, alias

"Chiselers," it was promised will be nomination, by the Republicans. For and city of Louisiana in the grip of Ben Jones, a South Carolina convict Weather-Beaten Skin

ii:r promptly and severely punished. governor the Democrats nominated those two gentlemen before the state who escaped in' 1925: and was recap-

The federal grain futures administration Martin L. Davey, the "tree doctor." primary on September 11. The legislators tured eight years later after beginninglife Weeks Quicker

: directed by J. M. Melil, it was and the Republicans put up ClarenceJ. also passed a bill for an investigation anew in Los Angeles was granted It is so easy now to clear away black-

3, revealed, is watching grain trading Brown. into the affairs of New,Orleans. clemency by Governor Blackwood. heads freckles, coarseness; to havesmooth.

closely. The first evidence of manipu- Gov. J. M. Futrell of Arkansas was The governor. said he had commutedCooper's ,white, flawless new beauty. Just
600 grizzled: members of the sentence for murder to begin tonight with fa1l1' -
lation will bring punitive action. renominated, as were all but two of ABOUT '\] mous Nadinola': Bleach-
Army of the Republic were and then suspended the por- .
the state's : who sought 12 years tested and
1 The consumers council of the AAA congressmen! : ing Cream,
under Dr Frederic C. Howe, is chart. re-election. Democrats of Idaho are able to attend sixty-eighth encamp- tion of it during which he was at liberty ':: .:;ai <<:- trusted for over a gen'eratlon
well satisfied with Gov. Ben C. ment at Rochester, N. Y.. and many of in California because of "his 4 The minute you
Ing food prices. Housewives will be
In the J!& smooth it on, Nadinolabegins
them even insisted In marching splendid record and the great come- f :
warned of any increase out of line loss, former cowboy that they renom- ,..,: :. ,g to' clearwhiten
that "
automobiles .
with market supplies. inated him for' a third term. The Republican parade, 'scorning the back he made. '" : and smooth your skin.

Wallace has admitted nominee there Is Frank L. carried their ,feebler brothers. Com- .' :- Tan and freckles, muddy -
Secretary that mander-in-Chief Russell C. Martin pre- Redheaded Wife "' ? sallow' color vanish
there will necessarily be increases in'foQrl Stephan. sided over the sessions and the chief Young quickly. You see day-by-

prices, and, figures, released by Looking over these primary results of War Dern. Dies in Niagara Leap : : .,j day improvement until .
considering the all speaker was Secretary i" < :i" skin is all long
and prospects over \ : your you
his department show they .: ,
are already
that the ,,,,W.. '"
beginning to higher. the country. Democratic leaders InVashington Mr. Dern told the veterans Niagara Falls. N. T.-The turbid for; !creamy-white, satin- i
go predicted their party world was seething with unrest and waters of the 'Niagara gorge. 250 feet smooth, lovely. No disappointments; '
.' senate'seats. that weak nations might become In- the Whirlpool rapids held the no long waiting for results. :Money-
would gain six Republican above back Get 'a: large box of
WHILE'Harry Hopkins; fedora' re- campaign managers said the volved in chaos and war. America, he' body of Mrs. Ruth L. Hyde twenty- Nadinola guarantee.Bleaching Cream at any toilet

is vacationing G O. P. will\ hold its own. As for the asserted Is In the grip of another kind year-old wife of a wealthy BradfordPa. counter or by mail, postpaid, only 50c.

In Europe, his"place is taken by Aubrey louse, the Democrats admit they will of war--one against economic adver- ( .) resident. NADINOLA, Box::: 18, Paris, Tenn.WORMS .

Williams, his assistant. Mr. Wil lose at least, twenty-five seats and sity Intensified by the terrific drouth- The pretty red-haired woman leaped

Hams has been in conference ,;.,, .-.:? their opponents claim the Republicangain but he expressed confidence "American into the swirling waters from the steel

with the Pres j i>>".: >W'\ ; I will he between fifty' and sev character, American grit" will win basket of a sight-seeing car as it

ident, laying out the /,, .Jt. enty-five; seats.UNLESS 'out. He added : reached:: the middle of the river, the
plans for drouth re- ,;;Bt'iF .' '- "We will surmount the obstacles lowest point of its sagging cable. -.
lief ,and ahead of And because of this
the conservation .. <<} q; If President Roosevelt can us. pe
of food supplies. : It, about half ,a million\ riod of trial, ours will be a stronger Band of CounterfeitersFound ANDTAPEWORM
Among the first thingsthe nation, more ready to meet the other ..
: workers In the cotton textile industry
relief administration '} : will! be on strike on or about September crises which lie. In the future. We must in High School j j jf

will lo is to buy ,. "'. '. 1. because they are utterly dis- be strong." Muskogee Okla.-A ring of juvenile ,

up hay and fruit that otherwise might : DMINISTRATOR JAMES A. MOPf quickly expelled
go; of the United Textile A from spurious coins In a high school are
to waste.. Hay on pub t : 'h .__ .. >(<_ Workers of America In New York voted \ FETT inaugurated; the housing foundry, was uncovered here. Treasury from the human sys- '
lie \lands also\ will he mandatory Instructions to the administration's billion-dollar home repair department agents said. tem with one single I
cut and baled. The Aubrey the first loan being dose ofDr.PeerY's'DEAD I
union's executive council to call this program The alleged leader Clinton Hayes,
complete program Williamswas general strike and if It goes into effect made by a Washington hank to fourteen, was termed ".\meric 's SHOTVermifiigo60c I II

being formulated by Mr. Williams\ it may later spread to other Miss Alma McGrum. a home, owner, ;youngest counterfeiter" by the agents. I
and Secretary Wallace. It was expected In the of bankers and x I
brandies of the Industry. Involving 'an presence many The band manufactured crude quarters x A Y TC hUN 1
this would Include expenditureof officials. Mr. Moffett said f 8
additional 250.000. Leaders In the government != and nickels from babbitt metal
S350.000.000; left In the special strike movement are Norman Thomas, credit facilities were available In cities i and pewter..
drouth appropriation and distribution former Socialist candidate for Presi- and towns with populations aggregatIng ; .

of food' and clothing to the needy by dent, and the younger; element In the 39.OSO.fiGS.) a bottle nt druggists orwrlght's
Democrats Back the Pail Co., 100 Gold St., N.Y. City.
the surplus relief corporation. Aid for union. A booklet issued by the housing ad-

live stock Is to be provided.Mr The specific aim will be to obtain ministration explains that any property Party in Wisconsin 1S ..

: Roosevelt Is determined that the Q reopening of the textile code and owner may apply for a housing Washlngton.-Support for the regu ORE EYES Eye Dr. Lo alter tloll, \..'1!P Prelieves

relief administration shall be kept its revision along lines demanded by loan to any bank, building and loan lar Democratic senatorial nominees In and cores sore and inflamed eyes In 2*to.8 "\l. '
clear of politics. At his suggestion the union. Demands will be made for association,' or other finance company will begiven weak eyed cures without pain. '
Wisconsin and New Mexico Asarodra c or dealer for SALTKU'S.Only f.
telegrams were sent to relief directorsand the 30-hour week with 40-hour pay, approved by the administration for a the national Democratic senatorial tromBoform lapensary.P.U.Bai15lAtlaatsGa. I'
workers everywhere telling them elimination of the stretch-out system loan of $100 to $2.000 for Impro..ements by
to keep out of partisan politics and to with corresponding readjustment of on the property. Notes are campaign committee. WNU-7 3434i
Lewis Illinois Democrat,
resign if they wish to run for' office. machine loads, and a universal system made to run up to three yeara. '


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j ; SYNOPSIS tie," he said. "Some people don't. They finger of the Wicked One could reach the little family at the hogan, patted
1 smile when I tell them that Now I'll even here. The old man had seen shad- the cheek of the youngest round-eyed Ey Leo A. SomcM. Horticultural Specialist
University of Illinois.-\VNU Service.
, I Seeking death by throwing herself go put up." ows. Many shadows. Chief of them the ct.lld. and rode away erect In her sad Green succulent feed, which wouldbe
from the summit of Lone Mesa, to A little later they all sat down to a Master's blue-eyed henchman. No good dIe and pretty well satisfied with her- greatly relished
J by chickens dur-
drunken escape dishonor desperado.at Sonya the hands Savarin of allows a-' simple meal, and Sonya studied him stayed where the Blue-eyed One went self and the world at large. ing the winter months, can be easily
by. He had heard ,of him across the It was In this mood that she came
herself to be rescued by her sud- with careful glances She had heardso and cheaply produced by devoting a
I + denly sobered and repentant attacker. much about him. Line last year, the tall: one with bronze- under the tall face of Lone Mesa. small portion of the farm garden to
The girl Is a self-appointed physicianto Where he had come from, the coun- colored hair who was always seen As she swung round its southeasternside mangel-wurzels.

Arizona the Navajo sheep ranch Indians with living her brother on an try ,did not know, or where he made when disaster was to follow. A sign she decided to go up. The trail, Although succulent feed may not be

'. Serge his wife, Lila. And their small his habitat, or if he even had one. In and a symbol of disaster, this tall one cut Into the sheer face,by those long classed as'an essential In poultry pro-
,. daughter Babs. For a year she has rain and shine summer's heat and with the wild eyes. And he" had seen dead Inhabitants of the pueblo, went duction, many farmers have found that
been engaged to Rodney Blake wealthy him three days back riding down the from here and
New Yorker, but her heart Is with the winter's cold, he rode the lonely up angling sharply, so such a winter supplement adds varietyto
trail to Red Rock: canyon on a horseof steep that but the level headed
friendless Navajos and she evades a stretches on his tiny mounts, carryinghis none the ration, and by whetting the
wedding. Sonya pulls Little Moon wife Bible and his first-aid kit Manya solid gold.: So did the Wicked One dared to make It. She was such, and birds' appetites, Indirectly encourages

of Two Fingers, a Navajo, through: the. life he had saved in emergency ; mount his followers: so was the good horse under her, greater egg production. Mangels will

deeply crisis of grateful.an Illness.Blake Two returns Fingers to New is many a difference he had patched up ; Well, It was growing late, and he though they had both sweated in a supply this winter succulence quite

York, declaring he will give Sonya six : many a bit of courage he had put In was tired. The old were always tired. cool day the first time they had at- satisfactorily. They are easily grown,
more months and then demand she some failing heart They called him So he would find his blankets and tempted it. yield tremendously and may he stored
keep her promise to marry him. Sonya far and wide the "Servant," short- sleep, If his friends permitted. It was a ,stiff and slow climb, but with little inronvenience.

again had meets repulsed the man on Lone whose Mesa.advancesshe He ened from "The Servant of the Lord," He rose and bowed with a lean presently they gained the top and Mangels belong to the beet family

tells her he bitterly regrets his action. and he had no other name but that grace, vague remnant of some forgotten scrambled up through the' small defile and should :,be raised in the same manner -
Sonya is affected, but unforgiving. She fantastic soubriquet He was" very time, and went away toward the that was the steep trail's end. a\ the fall beet crop. The seed
hears rumors of a Border bandit "El he had made with his parks: and As they went forward Sonya felt the
old and the rigors of his life had camp may bsj sown late, dropping the seedsat
Capitan Diablo. who crucifies his
{\ "double-crossers" and vaguely connects leaned him to the bone ; its pitilesssuns his weary burros, and Sonya Savarinsat surge and thrill she always felt at the rate of six to eight to the foot.
L him with her attacker." burned his wrinkled skin to the still In every atom of her body sight of the vast reach 'of the world Later the"plants should be thinned out

color of old leather. But there was In with a strange stillness. It seemedas about her, spread out so far below. to from eight to twelve Inches apart.

\ his face a flame that shamed the evil If a hushing hand had been laid Taking off her hat, she sat long In con- Generally, there are neither Insect nor
CHAPTER III-Continued out of men beholding, hard, cynicalas upon her spirit, something cold and templation, her hands and the hat restIng -. disease enemies serious enough to demand -
-5- they might be. sinister come I down upon her like a on her pommel.For consideration.The .

"No, maybe not-knowin' you, 1 He was known among the ranchers. cloud. Evil seemed to fall with the a long time she sat BO, then roots of mangels do not make
know not. But I think you were wrong, half satirically half affectionately". as night and the old man's words and reined away toward the right. She much growth until the cool weatherof
Sonya, even so. Whatever might have the "Holy Chuck-'ine' Rider," since he presently she shivered and wrapped would circle the mesa, look at the late September and October when

happened to you would have. been out had no money ever, and could not have : her arms across each other as If to silent white houses with their flat they begin to expand and increase to

side your power to prevent no fault spent It if he had. They put him up shut it out. Thin she shook herself roofs, still amazingly Intact look at surprising length. An individual root
of yours. An' think what a ghastly and fed his burros and listened quietly and listened to Myra, who was saying the great stone basin which was near: often weighs from five to eight pounds

waste It would have been-your broken these dark, hard-riding ,men of cat.I I how mad the Servant was A strangeold Iy.always sweet with water caught' in while yields of 12 to 20 tons, to the

body at the Mesa's foot-your kind LIe cnmp and sheep camp, while he told creature. Gentle and kind and the ,yearly raIns.Presently acre are common. 100-foot row will
ly soul gone from this earth which them of their sins and the Hope of quite quite mad s'o Myra thought.But she left the ancient tank usually supply enough mangels for a

ti needs such so bad. No" she finished the World that never died. How muchof I Sonya thought he was somehow and went on toward the north, clfcling flock of DO chickens during an entire

shaking her head, "you should not it went In he never knew, since akin to her in this quixotic crusade the huddled houses and was turning winter.
have tried to kill yourself." they are :a silent lot, but It was not against suffering.. Only he had added eastward around them when she

"Well" the girl laughed, "I didn't, his job' to know. That was to give sin as well. stopped dead still. Current Turkey Models
so that's that. ,And. Myra/ I wish you the Word, that only. And he seemed to have a vision.It A horse stood there in the blue
could have seen his face. I never saw So now Sonya watched him, smilinga was this prophetic vision, fittingso shadow of the silent walls and a man Are Bigger and Heavier

a drunken man get sober so fast In little In gentle sympathy, and re closely with her own sense of dis- sat on his haunches smoking a clg Shifting of styles in turkeys Is underway

my life." called the stories of his goodness and. aster concerning certain things, which arette. The horse was golden as a according to L. E. Cline of the
"What did he look like?" asked My- seemed to fall upon her with so chill'a raw ingot, and the man was bronzed Nevada agricultural extension service

ra curiously. "Was (be a cowboy?" touch. and lean. The light of his bare head who recently finished a study of the

Sonya considered. Piffle She was getting old herself shone in the cool shade. He lookedup present market for the holiday birds.
It was the night and the silence of and Sonya looked down and the
"Well, he was dressed like one, yetI ; The 1934 model will be bigger and
wondered what outfit he could work the vast country under its great stars. girl's eyes dilated with a swift excite- heavier, Mr. Cline says, reflecting a
Y ;'o o fa What were rumors of a Border banditto ment. consumer demand for 'a different typeof
for, since we're all sheep over there,
her? A dark: renegade who crucified "So !" she said coldly her lips sud- bird which has been Increasingsince
you know. And he was good to look
his double-crossers Nothing. She denly tight. "You come here again last Christmas.The .
Tall and slim hipped with the
strangest long blue eyes I ever saw. would forget the chill it gave her. The man arose, a single motion shift is a return to the turkeyIn
She'd be all right by day. beautifully correlated.
demand time the
Odd eyes that could change in ia sec- greatest some ago
ond. They were fierce at first, like a And so she was; visiting with Myra Sonya, not conscious of what she extension man says, and may be an
laughing and happy watching the was doing, sat looking at him, and
L hawk's, reckless and selfish. They Indication} ] of better economic conditions -
made me furious just to look at them. i i'A Servant ride away, I his saddlebags presently he looked up at her, a straight In recent years the smaller
bulging, with Myra Little's generous look, humble and still. birds have brought the best prices.
And then when he saw I was in dead "
gifts of food. "I-like the mesa he said. "It's
earnest about-about-this thing- Demands from restaurants and cabarets -
they turned perfectly terrible with She stayed two days at the Black so high and"austere, so far from-from for larger breast meat has beenan

anxiety, like a man's who sees a child Sheep and left early on the third, everything. important factor In the change In
dying and can't help, If you see what much to Myra's dissatisfaction, who At the contact of his glance t estrange consumer requirements.A .
I mean. Well, anyway It's ancient hIstory held her hand as she leaned from tense feeling which this man's premium of one or more cents a

and I hope I never lay eyes on I I Darkness' saddle and talked till 'the presence had caused at every meeting pound Is now being paid for the heav-
him again, the good-for-nothing. And 2 last minute. took hold on Sonya. It was not fear-- ier turkeys, while for the last two or

now tell me about yourself. Cow's the it had never been-nor repugnance, three years the price was that amount
ranch going?" I CHAPTER IV nor the anger which had stirred her under the sum paid for lighter birds.
but a little of all shot through with This, condition always shows a de-
And Myra fell into the usual trainof -5-
something which she could not define cidedly healthy tone of the market
trivial happenings which had filled iT The Spots of the Leopard.At '
a sense of prophecy a forecast of and If It prevails through the coming
the recent months, as the afternoonwore the home ranch Sonya found two
destiny.It marketing season, as indications point,
away and the sun went down air-mail letters from Rodney Blake
chilled her within and sent a wave there will be a distinct advantage to
the west. PJ'I 1 which completed her entire return to
of fire across the chill, and for a wild the key'producer.. ,
It was twilight when they came out the commonplace. She smiled as she "
moment she felt as if the solid rock
Into the ranch yard, and some one read them, and for the first time It -v
were falling away beneath her. Then
was coming into the round stockade seemed as if there might be a charmor Varieties of R. I. Reds
she caught herself together severelyand
corral where the big tanks shimmeredwith two In the great 'city he depictedso Formerly, there were three varietiesof
Presently She Left the Ancient lifted Darkness' rein, and the man
their sweet waters from the well colorfully.She .
Rhode Island Red fowls-the rose-
Tank and Went On Toward the spoke again.
under the windmill. This was a North. rode over to Chee wash to see "Please" he said, "please, Miss comb, the single-comb, and the pea-
strange creature If m"er"there was Two-Fingers and Little'Moon the next Savarin, don't go away. I'll go right comb varieties. Those who developed
one. that sat wearily' on his little gray his unbounded courage which' she had day and found the Indian woman up, gladly." the rose-comb variety clung tenaci-

burro, leading another and hazing a heard. A strange little old man, filled and about the simple matters of her He readied for the bridle of the ously to breed and developed a fowl

third ahead of him-a thin stooped with undying zeal, his spirit a fire of hogan, her rug, and her family.It golden horse and drew It to him, hesi- 'of true type having the color described
figure in rusty black garments that evangel, like those amazing padres gave the girl a thrill to see her tating. I for the breed and a comb like that of

bore about them something of the dignity who had walked the West in an so, the flush of Joy that such vindica- "1 know I've got no right even to the Wyandotte. The quality attainedin

f of chancel and sacristy. A wide- earlier day, he commanded the respect tion of her work always brought. speak to you," he said, "or look at the losecomb"ariety attracted the
,( brimmed black bat sat squarely on of all who came In contact with There was something in the knowledgethat after-after-that day up here attention of those partial to low-set

the head' of long white hair that fell him-the gentle, mad old Servant of she bad saved a life that made you but If I was to be hung for It next combs ; the result was that the pea-

,. In dusty ringlets to his shoulders. The the Lord. her one with the great work, of crea- second I couldn't help it And I don't comb variety gained no further recog-
tired burros drank: as If famished, And presently Myra took them out tion Itself. She was poor as the goodsof want to cause you another minute's nition. Fanciers adopted either the
and the master stepped off the one he In the sandy yard to sit about the this world went, they were all fairly trouble or unhappiness. If this here single-comb or the rose-comb variety.

rode, standing patiently beside It while doorway and rest with the dying day. so, Serge and Lila and little Babs, mesa's a favorite place of yours I'll
I It slaked Its thirst. After the manner of women In far ,but she felt very rich Inside her, ar- again. Don't stay
never come away
: \ f Myra laid down her pan and went places, she began to draw from .him rogantly rich and she could smile up yourself. It's too sweet to be lost.". Types of GeeseIn

toward this newcomer, her hand ex the news of the country. at the blue heavens with a secret sense "But you'd lose It," Sonya said a choice of geese, most preferone

,tended. The sun went down entirely, and of fellowship.So against her will. of the heavy breeds, such as the
"Hello, sir" she said, "We're gladto the vast spread of the sandy levels she left her last instructions with TO BE CONTINUED. Toulouse, Embden, or African. Standard ;
see you. There's plenty of feedIn clothed themselves In royal purple beyond weights for the noble Toulouse,
th' barns yonder. Put up your stock a painter's dreams. The world :-.r-r-r, ..r-r-r.-.r, --r: ,-.r / .-:-..r.d..r.--r.-:; .-' ..r.-----.r-r: ,-r.-.r-r .--.r-r, largest of all; are: Adult gander, _6

an' come on In. Snpper'll soon be was a lovely place, the Servant said pounds; adult goose, 20; young gan
I ready." In his soft old voice, fit footstool for Pronghorn Antelope Often Ferocious ; der 20; young goose, 1G pounds Other
"Good day, my daughter," said the the feet of God. There was no evil standard breeds according to an authority
.!. 1 old man, shaking hands with her. "I'm In It of Itself. Only man made evil. Makes Use of Weapon Given by Nature In the Wisconsin Agriculturist,

: glad to be here, too. The road Is long :Man, with his greed and his cruelty. are the Chinese, Canadian and Egyptian

sometimes." I've come from Juniper Beelzebub was abroad In, the land Pronghorn antelope the most fleet peared, dashing directly toward the none of them so popular as the
_ i.. : Tank today." Beelzebub and his ''henchman. He and graceful of American game animals car, sides heaving and wind comlqg big gray Toulouse.

} ,"> "Whew !" whistled Myra. "That Is had seen them with his own eyes, he Impress most observers as gen In great gusts, the foremost one
"y a long trail, an' a hard one, especially the Servant of the Lord In humble tle and Inoffensive animals, accordingto smeared with blood. The pursued animal [ Hot Weather Smaller EggsThe
: .".. for burros. places. They, traveled together by Science Service. But In the excited dropped behind a fallen tree neck ,
. "Oh, they do well, my little fellows. night and danger waited on them, rivalry of the mating season they are stretched and ears flattened to his old hens need care as well as
,I They're true servants of the Word, _death and danger and ,dlsaster. It capable of mortal enmity and most head, endeavoring to hide from his the young stock. When the temperatures -
never complaining, always willing. had struck just across the Border In ruthless cruelty to each other as Mr. enemy, who almost Immediately go up the egg size usually goes
Their reward Is certain, I'm sure. If I that stark form hung upon a cross.It and Mrs. Everett L. Arnold of the pounced on him. The victor burled down. Therefore, In order to keep the
weren't, I'd be unhappy: they are so was no common thief who rotted ranger staff recently witnessed. What the full length of his pronged horns egg size as good as you can you
patient, so gentle." there In ,the windy sun, but one who they first saw was a fine buck antelope in the soft underparts of his foe, should see to it that the laying houseIs
.-?"S He looked at Myra anxiously: with had betrayed his master. Beelzebub butting and shoving with all his mightat twisting, turning and pushing with all comfortable. Be sure it Is clean, I
t; :" his faded old dark eyes. himself, that master, dark and cold something half hidden by the high his strength. This took place only a that there Is plenty of ventilation.
. 'V-'J) "Sure," said the woman hastily and wicked as Infernal fire. He was a grass and sagebrush. As their car few paces from the main highway and Open the ventilators so the hot air
"sure they'll be rewarded. Just assure power and, a force not to be reckoned was stopped, the "something," a sec- by this time the ranger had reachedthe which rises can be taken out of the
'as anything." with or questioned. Though several ond buck leaped to his feet and ran scene, shouting and flailing hia house. Provide shade for the hens
The Servant smiled relievedly. hundred miles lay between the Border out of view behind a small hill. In arms at the murderous buck whici and plenty of fresh water as most of

I "I knew you'd understand, Mrs. Lit- and this sheltered spot still the a minute or so, both animals reap) abandoned Its dead enemy. the: egg is water.I .

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The Clewiston News THE CONSTITUTIONAL state to the effect- that we have I II business with a judge in Ocala, for I six months. If the amendment is

AMENDMENTSEditor's too many judicial circuits, too example, as in Tavares. It will not! adopted, he may plead guilty at.

I I ublished every Friday in Clewiston- --, many judges and too many state save a dime in the taxes you pay I once and be sent on to the state prison -

i,lorida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, ( Note: Hon. George F. attorneys.in the Practically state carried every editorialson news- (Please note: the state', not Lake !I and the county' have very little;:'

:nc. Westbrook, member of the Legis- paper county, pays the sal ry of our cir- expense.
the subject, and they were almost
lature from Lake county, is present- that cuit judges, and no advalorem taxes I believe in the grand jury. I regard -
unanimous in their expression
Keathley Bowden, Editor ing through the newspapers of his the legislature should do something are levied by the state to pay sal- it as one of the ancient land /*'"
county, a series of articles dealing aries with; if the amendment i is
about it. The matter was the major marks: of liberty-an institution pe- |
with the proposed amendments to the adopted there will not be a penny
Entered as second class mail mater campaign issue in a great many I culiar to the Anglo-Saxon and P"-
Florida state constitution. These saved you in taxes and there will race,
<, February: 1, 1927, at the Post counties in the primaries of 1932
amendments will be voted upon by be many dollars added to your expenses -I sacred in the minds of patriotic Am-
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under and almost candidate for the
ericans. But I also
believe that the
every voter In the November election, in transacting any legal business -i
the Act of March ,3, 1897. legislature was required to make proposed amendment will retain the
before the
and their provisions are as yet little judge. Don'tget
known to the populace. Becausewe some promise regarding a recircuit- the idea that the lawyers are the desirable features of the grand jury
Subscription rate $2.00 per year. ing of the state.It .
rates on application. believe that this is a matter which ones who will pay these extra costs. and eliminate many of the bad ones.

Advertising should receive careful attention from may be that we have too The lawyer of course passes the costson A person charged 'with a capital

Devoted to the advancement and voters, we are reproducing these ar- many judicial cicuits. We have now to his clients and the taxpayers. crime, will still ,have to be indictedby

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry ticles for our readers.) 28 circuits and 39 judges, or approximately of Lake county are the ones who will II a grand jury before he is tried,
foot the bill). but the hundreds of lesser crimescan
County. The first proposed amendment to
one judge for each 40,000 I just as well be handled in a less
be considered this week: is: Courts were established for the
population, if evenly distributed, expensive manner, as has been clearly -
"A joint resolution proposing an administering of justice to the
If you have occasion to criticizea amendment to article V of the con- which they are not. The original pro- citizens who pay for them, and the demonstrated in Duval and other ;

'man or mule, do it to his face.- stitution of Florida relating to the visions of the constitution providedfor speedy administration of such jus- counties of Florida, where the workof

Kiwanis Magazine.Even judiciary, etc." 8 circuits, with authority given\ tice is important. It is slow the grand jury has been limitedto

the legislature to create additional! enough now, and this amendment, : capital crimes for many years.
This amendment, if adopted, will Next week
in Chicago, basking in two circuits and provide additional if adopted, will make it even slower. -I the proposed amend-
reduce the number of judicial circuits judges. During the boom in'' ments relating to the exemption of
summers of Worlds Fair business the years It is my conviction that: the *
in Florida to fifteen, and require Florida, 1923 to 1926 certain industries from taxation, and
$22,300,000 back salaries paid to many new people of Lake county will be act-
14,000 teachers will make a rippleon a redistricting ofthe stateso I circuits were created and several ing against their own best' inter- the prohibition repeal amendmentwill
far as judicial circuits is con-: be discussed.
additional judges provided I will
the financial surface. ests in voting for this amendment.
cerned. It provides that no judicial i say here that no additional circuits
The next proposed amendment is:
circuit :shall be created which have been created nor any additional

Fearless Blue Eagle was the very leas less than 50,000 population, judges authorized since the present "A joint resolution proposing an NOTICE

appropriate name chosen by the and not more, than fifteen in the representation from Lake county was amendment to section: 10 of the

Sioux Indians for President Roosevelt declaration of rights of the consti- Notice is
state; one judge for each circuit, sent to the legislature in 1929. hereby given that the

when they recently made him with power given the legislatureto The matter of reducing the judi- tution of Florida, relating to grand Board of Public Instruction in and

an honorary chief of their tribe.A authorize additional judges, but cial circuits after they have been juries, etc." for Hendry County, Florida, will on
the first
day of September A. D. 1934
not to exceed one judge for each Briefly this amendment pro-
created is one of the most trouble-
GOLFER'S LAMENT .... receive sealed proposal to purchaseOne
50,000 population, or major frac- to dispense with the necessity -
some problems that the legislaturehas poses School Bus with Ford 157 inch .jM-
tion thereof. It provides for a to deal with.To begin with thereis of an indictment' by a grand one and"one half ton chassis, dual -- u

I shot a golf ball in the air; radical change i in our judicial sys- grave doubt of the power of the jury as prerequsite to prosecution wheels equipped in front with 7.00 .l

11 felt to earth I know not where tem, and every voter should care- legislature to abolish a circuit, and for the commission of crime, except x20 tires and in rear with 32x6

I only knew with woe immense fully consider his 'vote on this pro- on top of that is the eternal questionof crimes which are punishable by heavy duty 10 ply tires, Wayne all

That. I had lost my 50 cents. posed amendment.For wherQ to abolish a circuit. It is death or life imprisonment, in which Steel body with seating capacity of

-Pathfinder. several years there has exactly like prohibition-a mighty case indictments will still be required. -. sixty children. Shatterproof glass.

been hue and all the Instead of an indictment by a i All proposals to be addressed to
a cry over I good thing for the ether fellow, but
When it hits the earth my spirits E. L. Stallings, Supt. of Public Instruction -
grand jury for the crime of larceny,
rise, I we don't need it. No representative LaBelle, Fla.

For I may some day find the ballI ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..::-.:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. I from bill Lake ,County would introducea filed for example by the, prosecuting a sworn information attorneywill The said Board reserves the rightto
prize.If to abolish the 16th judicial reject any and all proposals.

circuit, composed of Lake and Sum- be sufficient. The amendment DREW HAMPTON,
splash echoes through the azure
RAMBLINGS. ter counties and if any one of us further simplifies some of the me- Chairman.
were to introduce a bill abolishing, thods of procedure, for example in Attest:
I know the canal's Waterloo.
my .. for example, the 26th, circuit, the allowing a person to plead guilty and E. L. Stallings,

.:.,:..:":..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:.,:..:.,:..:..:,.:,.:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:. representatives from that circuit receive his sentence from the courtat Supt. Public Instruction.No. .
DISORDER 35. 10 17 24 31.
Aug. ,
time, without having to wait
would retaliate by offering an any
Clewiston's <{uost disappointed amendment to include the 16th, in jail until the next term of court.It I
The club president was having a father Tom
Shelley. Blondie's fam-
further authorizes the circuit ..,. ,
and endless confusion results and it 1W:3--"'-"'''''''''''''''''''' "'' : "' 1tII oD...
difficult time keeping order. After ily has arrived, only triplets, and
judges to dispense with the call
be said that'
come futile gavel pounding, he sigh- Tom was fully expecting to equal the may no possibility You Wreck 'Em
of any fair scheme of recir- ing of a grand jury, when it appears -
ed heavily. "I never criticize people Canadian .
quintuplets; hence his dis-
there is no necessity for one
cuiting bY''' the legislature. Finally, ,
who misbehaver because of an experience -
In fact
he had already We Fix 'Em
in and authorizes the legislature to
desperate to
a attempt satisfy the
I had in early life, he
my for
bargained the sale of all five of
fix the number of grand jurors constituting -
demanding recircuiting the
caid. "I was speaking in an open air
offspring. (N. B. In case live
proposed constitutional amendmentwas a grand jury, and fix the PAINTING BODY AND
meeting in a rural community. In beyond the reach of Tom's voice,
adopted which puts the matter number of such grand jury requiredto FENDER WORK
my audience was a young man who I'll explain that Blondie is the pedigreed -
up. to the people themselves.I indict a person.In I TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY
]kept constantly laughing and grim- Boston Bull.) The, three pups
shall vote against the amend- my judgment:: this proposed
acing and talking to the people on
are very healthy, and Blondie is a
ment. We have a few more judges amendment is a worthy one and
either side of him. I paused in my proud mother, so every body's happy Done by An Expert
right now, during an abnormal per- should be supported. It will greatly
talk and delivered what I thoughtwas
except Tom and the other two whowon't Courteous Service
iod, than we need, but if we ever reduce the costs to the state and to
,a suitable rebuke. have bull pups after all.
return to normal prosperity we will the several\ counties by its provisions.At Work: Guaranteed.
"After the meeting, a local man It looks nice to see lights on in the
need them all. If the amendment is the present 'if a robber is caught Prices Reasonable.
told me that'I should not have criti- government houses at: night. Fami- 1 1
adopted, rest assured that our 16th in the act, has no defense, and wishes -..
cized the offender because he
was lies are beginning to move in, and
circuit is gene. It is one of the me- to plead guilty and start servinghis
an idiot and could not be expected soon all will be occupied and we'll PIONEERService
dium sized circuits, with about 35- sentence, he has to wait until
to have good manners. I was so wonder how in the world Clewistonever
000 population, and we will be plac- the next term of court, have the StationBELLE
humiliated by the experience that II; managed to get along without
to'' ed in a circuit either with Ocala, Or- grand jury hear the evidence against
have never since said anything them. The engineers have been wondering GLADE PHONE 10
i I lando, Sanford or possibly Bartow. him, then plead guilty in open court.
people make a disturbance in
a all the time. The houses are
which' It will cost the people of Lake coun- I In the meantime, he may have beenin Wrecker Service at All HoursAttractive
meeting over I am presiding. grand-comfortable, cool and airy.
ty ten times as much to )lave to do jail at the county's'expense for ,, ,.... "
I don't want to take the chance of All those windows and screened r>; lh< "'" -""" : :=

reproving another idiot." porches strike a soft spot in,.my an-

He had wonderful order for the atomy. We heard two engineer's

rest of his meeting.Exchange.. wives discussing them over cokesat : :: ;
:: ::
:. :
the drug store the' other day. "I .. .;, II;
: I FOt SALE ::! i1
s "O. K. SHARL1EI love all the windows" said one, and ,.', '.,' .: ,

the other, who possibly is a little :;: ::: +;::. .

:; The ragged, filthy, whining beg- Scotch replied "Yes, so do 1,55.30 :: Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :|: ::
gars of Havana are well known to for curtains for the living room." ::
.'. ',' .'.
all travelers that make that delightful However the houses .1.' .
are equipped ... ':.. .
trip to the Pearl of the Antilles.' with shades, and what a boon that : .', I I .

r They pluck at your sleeves and whine must be! Uncle Sam is a thoughtful .X:. .;. :: .

for a centavo they trot beside you father, after all. X

and wail for a coin, almost into tearsat The Digges were the first to move I + Hm Hmv

: your refusal. The whine is' always in, and metliinks everybody's rushed xx:

there.While over to see them and their ''house, ,:. .t, J '.
: .: I :
we were sitting at a side- I and how in the world they can get I ..:.. ..;'' I I I :: :
walk cafe table last
week a boy ofperba'ps settled and straightened up between .". '.' ..
ten years approached witha callers' is more than I .: :' I ::: .:.
can see, but i .' : t z'k 3 ,f : .t.'u.
cheery "Hallo Sharlie! His face they're managing beautifully.The .:'.1';.. I I ''.i.'. ..:...

was washed, his hair brushed and- public in general thinks it'sa I .: :..' I ::: ':'

almost unbelievable-his hands and shame that Elbert Stewart won I I ..i'. :;: 3 i 1 .:. ::: .
: iN ,
nails were clean. : ..
a $50 bill at the
Sunday ) I I

,"Your watch, Sharlie," he said as night. Elbert being cashier of the !i :: :!: :.: :.:

he displayed both hands in front bank is : '. ..
of one of the very: few peoplein yy I >> A

us. Then he did a simple finger trick town who ever get a chance to :i: ::: :i: ,;.

--apparently plucked off the end of look at a $50 bill, much less own .t, .';, I .:. :::
a finger and tossed f:. .f .:. .:.
it into
the air one. Don't guess he'll have much .". ':. .0., :
to regain it a second later from 'the trouble getting it spent, however. .. 'i. -.s, :t:

opposite direction. This exhibition: Was over iu Palm Beach the other ':' ::: .:. .

he closed with a I ::: .: :i: .i.
laughing 0. K. day, and saw a "bicycle built for ,.
:llharlie?" He followed with another two". It didn't look like an old- : ,:!: I :i: ..

trick and then prepared to leave fashioned idea, at all; the young ,I :: :i: I + :::
with a "Good bye "
Sharlie. swain x
on the rear seat and a nifty '
His exhibition was rewarded witha blonde in the latest shorts on the j'A AY
dos :(I f ;
centavo piece, in contrast to front. In fact.it looked quite mod-
the "scram" {"f
given the whiners. ,ern.
We x t +
thought as the smiling chap There is a good deal of water on

left our table, how much like many land along the highway to West i .;' .. ,Xx t. :

retailers they were. Some whine and Palm Beach. Much of ,it is land that :;: ? Ar :;: ::

Pluck at your elbow with a tearful is usually cultivated in the fall, and I ',' '.' II .t. ':'

"buy at home" or "buy from me be- unless the 'rains slow up and allow :i:I'i' .t..t. :.::
cause I I :: Y I
I ''
support your schools," or the land to drain, crops on this sec- ft' '.' .t. :

some other line far removed from tion of the Everglades will be laic j 1
semblance of ;1 The Balance Like Rent i i
others like tho salesmanship" while this fall. That's another reason- why i Pay

0. K. Sharlies" lad so much interest centers in the crops :i .0. ) ':'

smile cash in.There and. advertise their wares and being put in now around Clewiston. j :!: ::: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :f :;:

should be If local produce reaches an early I :: :: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :: :;:
a moral to this market] prices will be excellent.

and and and the gripe there cash and is.will wail Smile come and and to you:jou.will advertise Whine have Clewiston to be the back fold vacationists within and most another are everybodywill returnIng week.- I, ii C ewiston Home Building Association HIA I

t:;) pluck coat sleeves for That
a little
should Yh
provide plenty of
ness.-"Jiggs" ', Henni:;. iu Tarpon and lengthen' tho column consider: .1!.:. PHONE 102 .t. .;.
springs Leader
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i _:..:--:..:":..:..:..:":..:..:..:":..:..:..:":--:*.:":..:*.:..:..:..:..:.. Mr. and 1lrs'W.- C. Byrd have returned with relatives. His little niece, Irene, usually does not start until October, ALLEN CLEMENTS, '

: :i: from Greenwood, S. C., vho spent the summer here with but this year we find it nearly two I Special Master in Chancery.

1; Personal MentionG. ;:;:: where they attended the funeral of her grandmother returned with him months earlier and it has been neces- Evans, Mershon & Sawyer,
I Walter Blair. to her Iioiue there. First National Bank Bldg.,

................................. sary to double our ,schedules to take Miami, Florida,
-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
J. E. Baines, of Jacksonville, rep- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ewing, wile recently care of this travel." Solicitors for Plaintiff. ..
P. Jones of Macon was in town from D & N Aug. 10, 17, 24, 31.
resentative of the Atlas Powder company moved to Clewistcjn
on business this week.fq :.
was a business visitor in Clew- Belle Gl.'tde, are residing at the

f \ iston this week. Watanabo Hotel. Mr. Ewing is the NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE

Gerald Bee of Sebring was a busi- 'I new pharmacist at the Clewiston NOTICE '

ness visitor in Clewiston Saturday. 'I I J. J. Harrington 1 genenral manager Drug Company: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that --

I T of the United States Sugar Cor- the undersigned Special Master in NOTICE is hereby given that, the
I returned last nightlfrom Lloyd Brunk, of Jacksonville, vis- Chancery, by virtue of the final decree -
i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darcy were poration a of foreclosure entered in that undersigned will on the 17th day of
in Fort Myers.A. two month's vacation in New York. ited friends in Clewiston Tuesday the
visitors 1934 to
Sunday certain cause pending in the Circuit September A. D. apply
his father M. M.
accompanying ,
T Court of the The Twelfth Judicial Hon. George W. Whitehurst, Judgeof
'business vIs- Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kammerer Brunk, of Sebring on business. Lloyd Circuit of Florida, for Hendry Coun- the Circuit Court in and for Hen-
H. King: was a and two children of Brunswick Ga. Brunk is chairman of the senior
ty Chancery, being case number dry County, Florida, for license to
itor in Moore Haven Tuesday. here Mr. loan board of the Federal Land
spent Thursday visiting and 669, wherein Central Farmers' Trust become a free Dealer.

-- Mrs. I. M. Pafford.Mr. Bank: for Florida. Company, a corporation, as trustee,is
: : Mrs. K. S. McMullen was a visitor plaintiff and Sugarland Development ,

I in Arcadia Wednesday.Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Raines are the R. Y. Patterson spent a few daysin Company, a corporation et al, are defendants 0, Gravely,

proud parents of a baby son, who Orlando on business this week- will, on Monday, September Attorney for Petitioner.No. .

was born on Wednesday. The young- end. Friends of the Pattersons will 3, 1934, between the hours of 38-Aug. 17, 24, 31, Sep. 7.BEAUTYSHOP.
and Mrs. R. C. Wilson are eleven o'clock, A. M., and two o'clock, '
ster has not yet been named.W. be glad to know that Mrs. Patterson ---
spending today in West Palm Beach. P. M., at the front door of the County

who underwent an operation at1 Courthouse in LaBelle, Florida, of- .:N:11:N.11:N:N.N.N:1:.N:11:N:..:N.N:N.N.N:..:H.N:N.1.:N.N,,
M. Redelsheimer returned yes- a Pensacola hospital some time ago fer for sale and sell at public out-
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman spent terday from a' vacation of several is improving and left the hospital cry, to the best and highest bidder ::: :|:

the week-end in Miami; weeks, which he spent visiting in Tuesday. She is remaining in Pensa' for cash, the following described real .:- :

Georgia. cola for a few weeks. property In Hendry and Glades Coun- NOW OPEN :|:

J. E. Hough of Fort Myers transacted ties, Florida, to-wit: y
: business in Clewiston Saturday Paul H. Smith,. contractor, whois MRS. MCDONALD'S BIIIDGE IN GLADES COUNTYIn ''.:'' New and Complete EquipmentCroqulgnole .:-
."' building the government homes Township 42 South. Range 32 East ?

\ here, spent a couple of days in Tho north half (Nth ) and the X >
Dick Hooks and W. R." Yoemans Haines 0 City on business this week. Mrs. Ralph -H. Kammerer of southeast quarter ($E'i) and the *

left Tuesday for Ozark, Alabama, Brunswick, Ga., was guest of honorat north half of the southwest quar- ?v

to visit Williams Hooks. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bowden and a bridge 'given, yesterday'after- ter (N% of SW 4) of fractional sec- :%i: Permanents $4 & $5 :|:
noon by Mrs. C. W. McDonald, a girl tion 31; and all of fractional sec- A
son, Billy, returned Wednesday froma _:.
hood friend. Mrs. Kammerer was tion 32, Township 42 South, Range _
of Ga., :: Shampoo set *
Aubrey Wells Bainbridge, week's stay with relatives in Pa- : ,
visiting Mrs. I. M. Pafford for a 32 East, in Glades County. '
is visiting his aunt, Mrs. F. R. Maxi hokee. : |
short time. IN HENDRY COUNTY S_ dry .75c ;

i!1! well. The honoree was presented withan In Township 43 South, Kflnje G2: East -:-
Mrs. J. W. Adkins, Miss Miriam Set 50c
attractive guest prize; Mrs. Paf- All of fractional sections 1, 2, :|: dry . :;: :
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Whidden are Adkins, Mrs. Mel Bass and Mrs. W. i
ford received for ,3 and 4; the north half (NV ) of '.-
prize high
spending several days in Gainesvillewith F. Simpson of Moore Haven were Mrs. Pool for low score and score Mrs., the north half (N%) cf section 9 ; :|: Set, wet 35c .;-

th relatives. in Clewiston Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. the north half (N',4)) of the north
Thomas the cut prize. I:: Plain Facial .. 75c :;:
half (Nli) of section Iii); the north I :.
Junior \ is visiting his grandparents William Artisani left Tues- Delicious refreshments were serv- half (N1 ) of section 11, and all 4 Facial 1 Pack $1 1 '-
hammerer :
Mrand Mrs. S. B. Crews day for her home in Boston after ed to Mrs. Mrs. F. R. the north half (N%) bf section 12, :*

I in'Ford Denaud. visiting for a few weeks with her Maxwell, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. G. except the northern forty (40) y
';, I daughter, Mrs. J. P.Percy and family. C. Poo\e, Mrs. Barney Thomas, Mrs. acres of the northwest quarter :|: Henna' Pack . $2 :::

Allen of Jacksonville I. M. Pafford aIM Mrs. D. G. Alston. (NWVt ) thereof, all in township 43 ::
Miss Margaret :I: :
; is the guest of Miss Mildred ; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Berner and South, Range 32 East, m Hendry :!: Bleach . $1.50
County. ; ::
Ward. ,children, Carline and Richard returned BRIDGE FOR VISITORMrs. In Township 43 South, Range 33 East: ::|::: Henna Rinse 35 c -:.

< Mrs. A. J. McKenzie of Miami Hot Tuesday Springs. evening from a tripto Gayle McFadden entertainedwith the All north of fractional half (NJof section section 6 and 7, :|: Oil Manicure 5 Oc ::;

was the guest of her son, F. A. McKenzie I afternoon bridge Wednesday in Township 43 South, Range 33 .:-
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Crouch and East | *
Tuesday.A. in Hendry County. THELMA CLINE
honoring Mrs. Oscar Grantham, of .
daughter, Joan, have returned from to satisfy said decree and all costs. ::
Fort Myers, who is the house guestof .*. Formerly of ;
,,>:/ W.- Sias and Miss Louise Wal- spending the summer visiting rela- ALLEN CLEMENTS,
Mrs. Charles Hendry.In **
:_ dron were visitors in West Palm tives in Georgia. Special Master in Chancery. : BOX TON: BEAUTY SHOPPE ;:::

.'. Beach yesterday.Mr. addition to an attractive gift Evans, Mershon & Sawyer, !2! Avon Park -i-;

H. F. McDonald of Wauchula to the honoree, the hostess presented First National Bank Bldg., .2.: :::
a prizes to Mrs. Leslie Miller for high Miami, Florida' ,
and Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent former Clewiston resident, ::
score, to Mrs. Richard Knight for Solicitors for Plaintiff. I CHRISTIAN'S
'_,:.. Sunday with relatives in Fort :My- I transacting business and visiting consolation and to Mrs. Poole for D & N Aug. 10, 17, 24, :31. .:. -:-
friends here this week.
ers. I the lucky cut. 7, :BARBER: SHOP :;:

i Other guests included Mrs. P. '.' ..-

J. I. Davis of Albany, Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Archard of Maxwell, Mrs. Barney Thomas, R.I NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE .N.N.N.N.N.1 .11.1111. ."r-.:.N.11.N.N.11.1.11.N.1.111. .N.N.
spent a few days in Clewiston on Fort Myers were in Clewiston Sat-
Dave Alston and Mrs Charles Hendry. -
", business this, week. urday and Sunday visiting Mr. and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

I Mrs. Albert Hall. ...... the undersIgned'Special Master in 1 N:N H N:N:N:H:N:.:N N:N N N N N:11:N N111 N N:M:"1is .:-
Chancery, by virtue of the final decree -
C. S. Hamilton and C. G. Mull- I :MAUNDHOWELLW. :

ings of Atlanta were business visit- Mrs. Charles Hinkley of New Or- of foreclosure entered in that :;: Latest Equipment *
J. I certain cause pending in the Circuit
leans, has arrived for a few weeks' W' Maund of
ors here Wednesday.Mr. Fort Pierce, and Court of the The Twelfth Judicial -
t, visit with her parents, Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. Lillian Howell of Clewistonwere Circuit of Florida, for Hendry Coun- ':' in *

and Mrs. Glen Etherton spent. A. Hastings.Mr. married in West Palm Beach ty, in Chancery, being case number :::: HIGH PRESSURE ::!i::
Sunday at Fort Myers and Fort My- on August 18th. They will return 668, wherein Central Farmers' Trust

ers Beach. and Mrs. R. Sathre spent about September first from a visit Company, a corporation, as Trustee, :: GREASING :S!:

Sunday at Fort Myers Beach. with relatives in Fort Pierce and is plaintiff, and Clewiston Farms

... Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Ryan and I will make their home in Clewiston.Mrs. Company, a corporation, et al, are defendants X :
Mrs. E. P. Miles returned Wednesday will, on Monday, September :;. for all cars r.y
baby son of Moore Haven visited Maund is relief operator of the
from a ten days visit in Mi- 3, 1934, between the hours of ::
friends here Monday.H. Telephone Company. v
ami. eleven o'clock, A._ M., and two o'clock, '
P. M., at the front door of the County
.' L. Collier and Mark Hulsey of Mrs. Florida Will Advertise Courthouse in LaBelle, :Florida, of- : IX ACCOHDAXCEVITII :i:
Malissa Sumner, Misses Mary
JaJcksonville were, recent business r' fer for sale and selT at public out- :i: CAR MANUFACTURER'S :;:
and Martha Mulkey, Mr. and Mrs. .
visitors in Clewiston.R. In Leading cry, to the best and highest bidder
James L. Beckton and Mr. and Mrs Magazines for cash, the following described real :;.: RECO.MJMEXDATIOXS" :X.i:

O. Crouch, of Grant, Florida, William Kirtland visited friends in property in Hendry and Glades Coun- 'i- *****

owner' of Crouch Manufacturing com Labelle Sunday. Jacksonville, August 30, (FNS)- ties, Florida, to-wit: :;;: The proper grease for all parts .>*..
Florida will vie with California for COUNTYIn'Cotivzzsliip -'
pany was here on business this week. :. of jour car. -j i
I C. Nelson of the Jacksonville office her share of tourist travel this sea- 43 South, Range 83 East $

Mr. :and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt have of U. S. Engineers spent several son with attractive four-color adver- The south half (S%) of section :;:: The Cot to You Is Xo More :i: '
days over the week-end in Clewistonon tisments in the Saturday EveningPost 7, Township 43 South, Range 33 A
returned from a vacation visit with .'. Than an Ordinary Greasing Job. .%_
business connected with the of Collier's and other national East. *
._ relatives in Mississippi.E. fice. In Township 43 Sculli, Range 3:: East + ,
-.'-- magazines. First string newspaperswill The south half (SVj) and the :;: :I:
likewise be used in SUGARLAND
H. Latham, sr., left Tuesday for an extensive south half of the north half (S'-::

Augusta, Georgia, where he will Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward and advertising campaign to be inaugu- of NVs) of section 9, and the couth :: Service Station ::

spend a few days on business. daughters, Grace and Mildred, have rated by the Atlantic GreyhoundLines half (SIand the south half of .

returned from a two weeks' vacation it was announced this week by the north half (S1!: of Nth ) of sec- ::' CIe\\is.ton :>
Phone 344 -:-
Mrs. R. M. Sands and daughter, which they spent visiting in Live vice-president John L. Gilmer. tion 10; all of fractional section .:. .:.

Miss Virginia, were visitors here Oak, Perry and other Florida towns. "Our travel bureaus in metropolitan 5; all that part of unsurveyed .;f:M N N 1 HN N 11N 1;N 111:1 11 H.:.:N 1 N 11:?
Tuesday and Wednesday cities report greater interest in fractional section 6 and all of

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cothern of Florida than at any time in the his- sections 7 and 8, situate, lying and I tdliHllilfdSRSiQICSiiEItHSxWldII.
east of a line para- $ uLI
Mrs. Ellen Wright of Pahokee was Pahokee are parents of a baby girl, tory of the Greyhound Lines," Mr. being llel with north and and 200 feet south and tffit -

a business visitor in Clewiston Mon born Saturday at the home of Mrs. Gilmer told press representatives in west of the center line of the road, I JACK'S FAMOUS: U

,. day. Cothern's mother, Mrs. Ida Cox, in Jacksonville: this week.In commonly called and generally

; LaBelle. 'I anticipation of this increased known as Fort Myers Palm Ecach n Chop Suey Dinners :
F. G. of St. Louis, Mis- travel, he said, "we have) just pur- Cross State Highway; the south, I StOOJ. u
souri, spent some time in Clewiston Mrs. A. Hastings and son, Jack, II chased eighteen new stream line half (SVi) of section 11. and the Tuesday from 6:00 to : ,

on business this week. and her daughter, Mrs. Charles Hink- Pullman busses at a cost of' more south half (S'/j) of section 12, all p E

o i ley spent several days in Miami visiting -. than $200,000 and plan an additional in Township 43 South. Range 32 ;!ECL1L: nHOU.I'Jiah) : : .l,tL =

_Mr. and, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, were I I friends. They returned to their I expenditure of $150,000' for Flor- East, all in Hendry COUXTY County. ; iu.'I' i II.tl.'I1\ : I L,1rl

.-"'. Sunday afternoon callers in Moore home here the first-of the week.. ida advertising on our Greyhound In Township IN GLADES 4 ..South, Range 32'East n rr -..... .-.,,,.., .. .. ., w t1

Haven. Dr. O. F. "-Schiffli left the first schedules."Travel for this season of the year southwest The south quarter/half (SWtt(SJof) of sec-the A Vt'F,.f.A.r...,. ... ...:,.-o"I.u.d"fI'. 71.r.tt3"
for North Carolina to
Mrs. Milton Thompson and baby spend of the several week days with his family from northern points to Florida far tion 31, in Township South, n :U:e.:: li'. 1 Ii. :\a ; 'd!J. i in ir 'l"etF'

: visited relatives in Fort Myers, Fri- exceeds any previous year," Mr. Gil- Range 32 East, in Glades County,
day. who are vacationing there. Mrs. mer stated. The Florida movement I to satisfy said decree and all costs. I mDn nan.mRm: nna>s xrnnxmm >5npr3t9i
children will returnto
M. Schiffli and the '---
their home here with Dr. Schiffli.
Mrs. Cora Cothern of Lakeland Ix29x1iL9Q1i(9139ifaGgxxxQ6llxxON
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V visited her son, V. H. Cothern, here I a
Mrs. Gratton
Mrs. Robert George; IIIII

Sunday. George, MsA.. W. Lawrence, Miss I DISPLAYx I

Louise Waldron and Halson Avant' p GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS

Mrs. Clyde Egley is visiting her were week-end visitors in Miami. .. at xr:
parents, Mr. and Mrs L. J. Pape Roberta JI
They visited Miss Georgeand

S ; in Lake. Worth Miss Betty Spicer.L. AND RANGES I The CLEWISTON NEWS 5

: \, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. Glen T. Gaylord, vice president of Ar
"'-, '.. Etherton, Van Bush and Audrey) I the Atlantic and Pacific Dredging IIJI a OFFICE a

Wells were visitors in Fort Myers I company, and his brother, n.V.. .

. S Tuesday.Mr. II Gaylord, both of New York, spenta Before Buying an Electric Refrigerator C. E. STEBEL, Dealer A j

I few days in Clewiston this _weekon .

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i PATTERN 9048:

Nothing works: quite the magic
\ on the larger:figure like a deep cape '
and slender paneled seamings-and

Biting Humor these are the fashion points found in
THE this '
charming model. The cape Is
--- --
C large, scalloped and gracefully flared,
\\TS -311ST BECAUSE 3 SAYS0 QlJARTERSQLlARTERS and .follows the surplice line of the,
I FIND THE THE bodice closing. A snug hip yoke and
j I\ PICKED THIS. A.rz>=N'T THE: the aforementioned panels keep the

PLACE THAT '('aLJ -- ALL RIGHT HAL' OF ,! figure straight below the waistline.'
GENIUS For afternoons in warm weather,'
r \HE- MoSQUlToSTT georgettes and chiffons are lovely-,'
t ? L I = ARE 'TefzR1BLE\ First, little Jones ran excitedly ,
from the room and fetched his wife
MoT AT ALL, Then he went out into the garden
ANY -THE: $ and called the twins, who were telling -

i QUARTERS ARE L I I the children neil door what ji1v (vsr
REALLY MOST I they would do when they arrived at .
the seaside. After that he persuaded
I C }- COMFORTABLE ) Ii fJ young Albert to abandon for the

ji moment his efforts to get Radio

Paris on the wireless, brought cook;: 4f A4 ; Ir
i In from the kitchen, and even asked i

nurse to lift baby from the"peram-

And, to his delight, he found that I
/ when they all sat on the largest'

trunk at once, he could just ,manageto
fasten the lid.London Opinion.Of .

L! INSECTS ARE tJD Course Not!

You'\/E MOST tNCsRATEFUL2 ANA FS7L1 Voice on the Telephone ordered

ENCoUNTERED UNCsRATEFUL -=rHEMJ that crab meat three hours ago' andit ckii

THEM $EFoRE- hasn't come yet.
Grocer: -We expected a fresh ship-
1 ment this morning''and I've been wait- JI
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\ ing for it.
Voice on the Telephore-I.ut
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r, husband' is hero complaining becausehis

p II I\ dinner's not ready. : C.4 S
Grocer-But jou wouldn't want to

1 serve an old crab, would you?-London ..::...::
(Ont.) Free Press. .

A Passing Grade

Old Fashioned Father-When I

I was your age John,,my parents never
I Y had trouble with me. ::1?

I ( Modern Son-Well, I can't say I've
weetern Newspaper Unlo j y had any real trouble, with you, either,

dad.-London Answers.

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Funny Thing, Age

FINNEY OF THE--FORCE Prehistoric I Mrs"A Miller.very handsome" woman, that tAY N NllLYJ'S ,% %%HIN NFI Wilr

I SAVJ XXSEAREP SOULS" "You ought to have seen her 15 or ;
INPEEpTg Hoi HoI! LISSEN 20 when she '10
WAS years ago was years
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SCENES WAS colorful prints or monotones. For
I very dressy occasions lace would be

\ VERY: POOR 1g; ,. ideal, and for mornings use dimity
Swiss or voile.
7i $ :r included.Complete, Diagrammed"Sew.Chart'

Pattern 0948 may be ordered onlyin

: sizes 30, 3S, 40, 42, 44'and 40.
.I y1YEZ
Size 3G requires 4 yards 39 inch'
Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins or

stamps (coins preferred) for this pat-
tern. Be sure to write plainly your

"Daughter,. :your new beau doesn't NAME,ADDRESS, the'STYLE. NUMBER -

remain very late. The last one used and SIZE..
to hang around until the milkman Send your order to Sewing Circle
a :alled." Pattern Department 232 West Eight-

I "Well, you see, dad, this one is the eenth Street, :New York.:

So t MIN LOVERS AM'ALL t KNOW WHAT 1oME( THAT wuz Preparedness

FUNNY, NO POLJ&T-- \T IS -TB6 k TH'QNJLY Johnny was very hard on trousers. Two inmates of a lunatic asylummet
One day, while shopping with a
BY A during their daily walk in the
LOVED t olNd ,friend his mother bought cloth fora \
grounds of the institution, and the
CAVE MANII E pair of trousers for Johnny, but
r following conversation took place: _
: t .4 Y ordered bit than seemed
a good more
: : 1 (; wuzr First Inmate-Bet you can't.,' guess
what I've got in my hand?
do you get so much?" asked:
Second Inmate-A horse and cart.,
41 the friend who was with her.
First InmateGercheryou'velooked. !
"Oh," was the reply, "this is for ',
reserved seats."
Sufficiency. ,
ST r, : Out of Sight I "Are :you afraid of foreign entanglements --:
\Z Hostess-There's. Ponderosa. ?"

Jf ,Her husband's bitterly opposed to "Not a bit," answered Senator
extreme evening gowns, but she
Sorghum. "I don't see any use
// / I IJ It:4 wears them all the same. bothering to import any Homemade
f // Guest-Well she has plenty of entanglements are good .enough for 1:.
j Weatern Newspaper Union / backbone. me." 0 r1.1
Hostess-She must have, but she'sso
fat that can't trace of it.
you see a

I "What Quite is the a difference Difference betweenan
1\\ BUSY
I' TOO I Head of the Class ABSOLUTE PROOF The Mean Thing old-fashioned girl and a modern

i/ Teacher-Johnny, name and describe First Actress-I, like to/ act In a girl?" ':

i ii the zones. play that brings tears. "An old-fashioned girl blushes'

Johnu.yes, ma'am. The principalzones r Second Actress-Won't any play when she is ashamed,' and a modern

is masculine and feminine. The you're in do thanCouldn't girl is ashamed when. she blushes."
masculine Is the temperate and intem 9 it UQi I

perate; the feminin .'is the frigid and Daunt Him Disturbing Thought
the horrid. .
I z "I must tell you that my daughtercan 'Do you think :you could learn to
bring a husband only her beauty love me r''Tossibl
NO GAS NEEDED and her Intellect." ', but, if I were a man,

"I don't mind-many young couples I'd hate to think I was an acquired.
have started In a very small way." taste."

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it Teacher-How do you know the !
world [Is round?
She-Wasn't It a beautiful sunset I Tommy-Because father says it
night .
ain't on the square and uncle says It
He-I don't know; 1 was '
proposing aIn't on the level.
to an heiress about that time.

Sounds Like 1929*
in the Rough :
"I suppose you can spell all the Zimblock-I can't decide whether to
"Mummy, it there
Is mother of short words, Bobbie?" house car
is buy a or a new
pearl, there also father
pearl "I can spell a lot of big words too. mort-
Bungwit-Buy the house,put a.
r"No: dear. A ,mother be'pearl
may 'a I can even spell words of'our,cylla gage on It and buy the car with the
but a father never." "
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Hot Springs GirlHailed Howe About:

Pan American Road Steps Committee-We wish to make you ,
as treasurer of our club.VistimThanks .

I. Hot Springs, Ark.: Hailed as one for the honor. '

Nearer to Realizat of the outstanding child prodigiesof More $40 Executives How much is in the treasury?

the age, Janet Grant, eight, of Clear Writing Committee-At present there Is a

Hot Springs, has been Invited to deficit-but we thought you mightbe
appear in recital In Washington by Men vs. Women willing to make It up.-path-

Alaska sources of needed ,raw materials, and the International Art Forum. Bell S'ncllcate-WNU Service. tinder Magazine.MercolizedWax.
May Ultimately Link markets for our manufactures, the -.-.---.----.-.--....--.- I

With Argentina. United States is most Immediately con- Janet the music spurns of Jazz the, concentratingon ,masters. At By ED HOWE
of the motor
cerned with the opening
I southern border to four and one-half she played MY town we once employed only
road from our IN
Washington.-The longest road proj- five she mastered the
i This section is, In fact, the Beethoven. At high-priced experts to manage -
\ ect In the world-the Pan American Panama. completion of the whole Bach's compositions.She street railway; It was not believed an
I 1 highway-moved another step nearer key to early handle so '
Is a master of both violin ordinary local man could \

: to realization recently when enable congress the project."At the request of ,the State depart.. and piano, performing on both with great a problem. But somehow the

I appropriated $1.000,000 to with Latin meat the United States bureau of public amazin technique. Despite her experts could not prevent a steady

. I United States to co-operate and roads, aided by highway engineersof unusual feats In music, she Is a falling off In revenues, or Increase In

American nations In surveying the the Central American countries concerned normal, unspoiled child. She weighs expenses, so a local man, at thirty or

constructing' this new link between was has made a reconnaissance survey 90, pounds Is active, healthy and forty dollars a week, was given a

J Americas. The sum of $75,000 of of the route from here to Panama. is advanced in studies as far as trial. lie turned out to be the most
also provided for a continuation had ever
i capable superintendent we
the 1,500 miles of highway through the normal! fifteen-year-old.
both Cen Qf Young
reconnaissance surveys in America, about COO miles are had. There are thousands of big Keeps Skin
I i tral and South America. Central Institutions in this country in ne<>d of Absorb blemishes and discolora lions using
the ancient open to all-weather, traffic. Mcrcolizcd Wax daily as directed. Invisible
"Caravans were trading over the services of thirty or forty-dollar particles of aged skin are freed and all
i 'Silk Routes' between Asia and Needed Supplies for United States. Adequate highways connecting with a week men in the management. One defects such as blackheads,tan,freckles and

the Danube long before Europe ever "The survey points out that a road the present short water hauls will do railroad official gets $105,000 a year, large clear pores, velvety disappear.and Skin so soft is then face beautifully looks-

heard of America. But despite amazing through Central America would pene- much to remedy existing deficiencies. but In spite of his great ability, the years younger. Mercohzed Wax brings out

growth of transport In the Western trate regions that could supply the These apply chiefly to agriculture, Income Is steadily declining. Are some your hidden beauty.At all Saxolite leading druggists.

I world to this day no wheel has ever United States with such ,needed things dominate this region Institutions being I Powdered iI
I which will doubtless of our suffering big I Reduces wrinkles and other nce-sicns. SimI
rolled from North to South America- as rice, cinnamon, camphor, quinine, for centuries to come; yet they robbed by their own officials throughthe I ply dissolve one ounce Saiohto in half-pint I

not even from the Rio Grande to Pan I' rubber, copra vegetable oils, gums, also pertain to lumbering, with vast payment of outrageous salaries? 1 witch hazel and use doily as face lotion. |

National Geographic so- hemp etc. undeveloped -
ama says a hardwood forests thus far *
: bulletin. "In further study of trade ad- with mineral resources And Needs It All
ciety I and to mining,' In a book copyrighted In 1920 a selected -
have dreamed vantages such a road to Panama would has patience, andjthen:
I "Yet for years men with still undetermined.1"With list of forty men of consider- The public

I of a great Inter-American highway bring us, made In co-operation the funds recently made available able age and prominence wrote whatIs more patience.
Commerce the
of ,
Alaska with Ar- the Department
: which might connect definite location mes-
by congress, a intended to be Inspirational
gentina. Links" of such a royal road United States bureau of public countries roads'report survey of the road as far as Panama, sages to the young All of them, with
these ,
already exist. Even over many regions says : 'Though of the ; unnatural not un
; '; 4t\ and a reconnaissance survey two exceptions, are, ,
region general, '
i j., In Latin America air ,passengers can and the Caribbean section from Panama to Argentina, derstandable, and I In: some cases, fool- r
of such a highway have been regarded as high-production-
! look down on will be made. Such a survey through ish. The head of a great university
of this is trace-
I used by mules; trucks: and motor cost areas, the cause South America would be highly usefulto Includes this 'In his message: "T keGod's

cars. How to connect these separate able primarily to lack of cheap trans each country traversed, as a guideto armor; hold your ground,
I ,r links how to bridge the gaps formednow portation, and not to any inherent'difficulties "
: ; future road-building programs. tighten the belt of truth about your ,
mountains and jungles, Is the of resources, or man-power.
by loins, wear Integrity as your coat

problem to which many governmentsin and have your feet shod with YothflftS.

the; Western hemisphere give increasing -, Tries to Save Stratosphere Records the stability of the gospel of peace;

thought. above all, take faith as your shield,

"Mexico, for one, is hard at workon to enable you to quench all the fire- Quick Safe Relief

her link. So swiftly has she pushed tipped darts flung by the evil one, put ,

construction that the SOO-mile stretch on salvation as your helmet, and take For Eyes IrritatedBy

from Laredo, on the Rio Grande, to the spirit as your sword." I try Exposure To

:Mexico, D. F., has already been often to be honest and decent In my judg-

traversed, and is to be officially openedas ments, but to me this Is dreadful stuff. Sun, Wind and DustAt

an' all-weather road within a few r It isn't beautiful, It Isn't sensible; It All Drug Stores

months-to which function Secretary has no appeal whatever-no excuse
WriteMurine Co.Dpt.W,Chieago.for Free Book
of State Hull has been invited. : for existence. Yet ask ten average

: Traffic to Mexico Grows. Americans to write for a large andl-
the ence, and seven will attempt somethinglike HOMEWORKERS-S25 weekly for eight hours work
traffic from
"Incidentally, tourist : furnished.Capital -
f addressing. envelopes.Bvorj thine
The writer quoted Is probablyan
It. 1nst me-
United States to Mexico has grown or experience unnecessary.Complete .
[ excellent man. In his private capacity tIon25e.Business Builders,JnmesbargN.J.Do
enormously in the past two 'years. In I'a
visited no doubt his opinions are sound, i
1933 about 40,000 Americans
helpful and )interesting, yet when
Mexico. Traffic so far in 1934 is even %
4p: asked to write a message to mankind, Back PEP ?
heavier, and hotels are crowded. Formal you
he thinks It his duty to write non-
roads will vast-
opening of motor in tired and run down?
sense. It is another of the American Are you all ,
ly Increase this t ways that cause so much astonishment -
"With total length of some 12,000 .
abroad ; no really creditable for- 1&'iNTJERSMITHS
miles from Alaska to Argentina, more
; for
eigner, asked to write a message
4,500 miles, over a third of the oaf,
1 Inter-American highway, is t iaY the young, would sign his name to pJ TQNIC)
, proposed such meaningless and foolish stuff as
J now usable by"motor cars In all this. Will rid you of

"'iJkS weather, chiefly in the United States.2s5 MJJAlLARIAand
and Panama. Some
Canada Mexico
r f
-> t than yet
Men meaner
finished stretches are also in use .in are build you up.Used for 65 years for Chills
[ Alaska, Costa Rica, El Salvador, for the best interest of themselves and Fever Malaria and
their families men try to get at the
and Tonic
Ecuador General
Guatemala, Colombia; A
of things. Women refuse -
Brazil. Although most of the roads practical sense SOc and $1.00 At All Druggists
to do lit. One of the most surprising -
which could be joined to form SouthAmerica's
\zcA ___ things I have encountered In
part of any such great high __ __ ____
nm m
long years of reading Is the statement'that
in dry
s way are already passable stretchesare Capt. Albert \V. :Stevens, who leaped to safety with the two other members there has never been a woman PARKER'SHAIR BALSAM

weather usable, only In wet insignificant weather., of: the stratosphere balloon Explorer when It fell, is shown chopping away philosopher. Why Is It that In the long Removes Dandrea-StopansirFallingImparts

"Because of'our own trade InterestsIn parts of the gondola, in the effort to save some of the scientific instruments. list of the specially wise there' is not Beauty Grayand Color Faded and Hair

Mexico and Central America, as However, they were destroyed by the crash. the name of a woman? I can see no 60c and{,1 Wkg 00 ot.Pntghopne.N Druggists.HlBgoxChem ,Y.
natural reason why women should not
SHAMPOO-Ideal for use tn
be as wise as men, since they have connectionwith FLORESTON Parker's Balsam.Makes the
of the Bible California Silver MineIs lived as long, and experienced as: hair soft and fluffy. BO cents by mail or at drug
[ I Finishes His Fiftieth Reading Hiscox Chemical Works.Patchogue,N Y.
I It gists.
Now Turning Out Gold much. One explanation is womei' ,
have fought the men instead of
Randsburg, Calif.: One of the
: New York Physician Is Proud cover to cover, both the New and Old world's richest silver mines now turning worked with them. Women do not always -
: of: JoforBabyFejtforMother
t win, but the general goal
Testaments.As to gold To have produced $1G-
l' of His Record.New Theo- is to make slaves of the
Newton their sex
a student of the 000,000 in silver in ten years, and now
logical Institution In 1873, Doctor to develop gold ore that is running men. Winning men work; winning i

York.:-Bible stories'never grow Woodward began'reading the Bible. A from $30 to $000 a ton is a record women go In for society, amusements;:

old to Dr." William Woodward osteo- friend told him biblical passages couldbe belonging to only one mine In the United play cards, dance, or do showy welfare 1 When Cuticura Soap and used.
and bookseller of if read them work with funds provided by their Cuticura Ointment are
pathlc physician easily memorized one States. That is the Kelly silver know that when
Yonkers, who recently completed his over 25 times. mine in the famous Randsburg district victims. The philosophy of ever the little All mothers ones are should sleepless, fretful and

T' fiftieth reading of the Bible, and celebrated Although ,he had little success in says H. F. Royer, general manager. woman Is further weakened by when cross because pimples,rashes,irritations -

:. his seventy-seventh birthday, committing the Scriptures to memory, The mine was located in 1919 where gross flattery showered uponher and chafings of infancy and childhood ,

at the same time. ha became so interested in the Bible for 25 years miners had tramped over she Is fourteen to twenty-five yean r Cuticura will quickly soothe

Having no favorite passage, Doctor he.has. ,continued reading It since that rich outcropping silver ore' in search old, and the false Impression she thus and he l. Bathe the affected parts with
Bible from of herself interferes with correct Cuticura Soap and hot water, dry,
reads the gets
Woodward always time.
On the shipment of
for gold. first ore,, Ointment.Soap .
/ ." By 1925;:; he had read it 40 times, and the smelter company felt so doubtful thinking when old and neglected. and gently apply Cuticura
and EOe.
remembering that by 1034 he ,would about Its value that they asked for a *' Proprietors 25c.: Potter Ointment Dreg 25c&Chemical

r I' HE'S A FIREMAN! I complete his fiftieth year as a Mason, guarantee on the cost of smelting. That The world has agreed for thousandsof Corporation,Maiden,Mass. ,

," he decided to make: his readings of the. shipment of ore averaged from $300to years that the most dangerous period .

Scriptures correspond. $Goo a ton. In the life of 'men is that of wild -"CUT ME OUT""--

Although he reads leisurely, as a Later from one shaft, 22 to 17 feet. oats-from sixteen to twent '-slx. < and mail me, with jour name and address,to WADS
rule, he once finished the Bible in 18 the mine produced $300,000, which was So of course an author appears to say LABORATORIES IIILLIAOD. FLORIDA.will

.'J days. devoting as many as 12 hoursa the richest silver ore ever sent to the the dangerous age Is between forty- bring you a free sample of W.d.from'the. grew web B or.mor clothing>,. a

day to It. smelters. And this whole developmenthas five and sixty-five. I believe we without cream thAt water removes, acd full grease details how you as our Local
He regards the Bible as the wordof behaved as adults than to make J 5 to 110 a day
been made on the original $2,500::; are all better Manager,have an opportunity
God, literally true throughout. In outside capital and out of'the mine It we were as savage 'children; and probably extra in your spare time.ME

his own words: "Too many peoplenow self. the most dangerous age of sav- l\fAIL; TODAY-

and especially in New York city age children Is between twelve and

read the Bible solely to disprove Its teen.
Prehistoric House Sites seven
r truths. If there were fewer hypocritesin forBiliousness

the Christian church, there wouldbe Along Missouri Studied
I have known many years a woman
less, talk about, the Inaccuracies of Lincoln Neb.-Following the cold
who Is good looking far above the
the Bible." trail, left centuries ago across the average. As a child she was beautifuland Sour StomachGas

f':, Among his varied achievements' Midwest by, ancient man, Dr. Earl H. retained It long after nature usually and Headache

? Doctor Woodward looks with pride on Bell, of the University of Nebraska, begins Its ugly depredation. She due toConstipation
his degree as doctor of osteopathy, his five assistants are and andwelltodo
and using two \vas an only child of Indulgent i
law studies, his editorship of the one-half months of the summer near parents, but was never ,
his 60 articlesfor
L.. Charleston News and Wynot Neb., to study prehistoric vil "spoilt and Isn't today. I have
Americana.Sea .
the Encyclopedia; lages. also noted of her that she Is intem-

.i They are studying the remains ofseventyfive gent. Ill-behaved people are always

Shell Dealers Rushed antique! habitations, ,the lacking in Intelligence: some of them

St. Petersburg, Fla.--;Dealers-In sea latest clew to the riddle of the originof are cunning, as are thieving wolves.
w J&
yes'"' shells washed in from the, gulf on every tribes'which roamed the prairies but sound Intelligence Is absent. r f7'PeSf

tide are unable to fill orders received hundred of years before Europeans .

f- from New York ,appeared. Brag, Idleness, extravagance, have
1 I Doctor Bell found the house sites It has happened ';,
\\I' London's firemen are now outfitted broken down again.- ; i
'S1 with asbestos umbrellas as well as Now It's ,Jumping Bugs* last summer on a bluff overlookingthe many times before: It will happen In U

with the regulation asbestos suits. Beaverton, Ore.-Tiny jumping bugs, Missouri river. The laud there the future every time we become unbearable Q

Thus they are protected from falling smaller than a pin head, have been re never has been plowed and the depressions smart alecks, and Natural
fpr the first two or three feet deep, show to whip us back to
embers'and are ably to approach more, ported in northern Oregon Law is compelled
Some are sixty feet across.
time. up
closely to a burning structure. sanity





:I/N. ..N.....N..1...N..1....N.11..1...H11....NIN. ..111-....11.N..N..N.111i. .1...Ii.1.1 I money for your community and prove 1 CARD OP" THANKS' : .

I : Castles i fin The Glades }[ B. Wallace i :=:== TOO LATE TO ::;:::1 I a mighty Sportsmen good are investment.good spenders.. sympathy The many from expressions-our-friends of have love beena and

Marion :: :: !| Make them happy here and they'llwant
:: CLASSIFY I great comfort in.our. recent be-
I I to stay.. Many a piece of Florida reavement.

Most modern songs give me the :I pushed meekly out into the St. Lucie, X I property has been sold to chaps Sincerely,

insidious wibbles. Take this "Little I I completely! subdued and tamed. .... BY .S. who were lured here by our game Mrs. O. C: Benbow .rd..
These scientifically-designed spill- t. fish'. The thrill of the mighty smash Clarence Benbow and
Man", for example. When I had 'all alike each gulleyhas :: I:;: I family.
ways are not ; RUSSELL KAY{ and the whirring reel is hard to
heard it twice I was ready to scream a trap best suited to its own con- 1 '
:: :: forget.
yet all day: long voices fairly drip- ditions. The widest spillway will be I' !

ping-nay, drooling-with sentf- 150 feet the narrowest 13 feet and .M.vv.N.1.M.N.N.N.vv..I.H.i.N.1.N.N.N.1. N.11/

ment croon" saccharine comfort to I the grade varies to meet require Daytona Beach-It is hard to ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON

ments. TheY' will form another per- keep off the subject of fishin' when Watches Clocks, Jewelry REQUEST
this weeping' infant until I could 'I I
manent arbitration between the you spend two or three days a week Rear or I ICleAviston
cheerfully murder him and the peo- C. E. STEBELElectrical
farmer, who wants less water, and whippin' a plug over the water andwaitin' ,
him to Drug.
ple who insist upon rocking Company
who wants transportation. -
Uncle Sam, for that thrilling "kerplunk"when
sleep audibly and publicly. Now I They will be somewhat of a a big fellow takes it into his Jewelry Repairing I Contracting
not, if we must sing
ask you, why
problem to construct probably need- head to knock your minnow for a PHONE,, 121
our children to sleep impress upon ing sheet steel cofferdams and by- loop. W. H. MERRITTWATCHMAKER '
their plastic minds during pro-
in the gullies,
for the water
practical and useful, passes I've been doin' /come think in .
something :
cess will be interesting to & JEWELER
and they very .I "strikes" and I'm wonderin' Agent for
between -
instead vl a mess of drivel? Let us, CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.
for instance, sing thusly to our Lit- watch going up. if we Floridians really appreciatethe GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS

tle Man and teach him to be a Big Fred Nebiker has loaned me a value of the thousands of game Q.' Box 521

Man someday and make all the front couple of books on the Everglades fish that are found in the state's RANGES AND
"We Are Here To
fasci- APPLIANCESModerate
: drainage problem which are sapphire waters. Stay"
nating and rather funny, especially I
crying I know We talk about our commercial
Little Man, you're ;
: the one so old that it is out of .
you're blue; '. fishing industry and I'm not d 3-i
why kiddie-car print; next week I'll tell you some countin' that but the commercial ... . .ti .. . . .... .. . .
Someone tool your 1 N 1 N N N N M.NN. .N. N 11 N.N.N N N N.N.1. .N N N N .N N N'N/N. .N N N.N.1.N.N N 11 N.N NIN.
of the queer ideas they used to have I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1. 1/ 1 1 1 1 1J' .II.
fisherman only gets a_ few cents a u.
about the levee proposition on Lake
What the heck do you care? You pound for the trout rovalia blue I

steal a better one today. Okeechobee. fish and others of the game fish Y\ I
can Y
The main construction now is on I I11i
Someone stole your marbles? Tell tribe that he I brings in with his net,
the hurricane gates. At the Clewis-
do- while the same fish can be marketedto '
you what you I ton gate the embedded steel is being \\11i t
Swipe twice as many when you embedded in concrete, with Pop add- the sportsman for'as high as a CLEWISTON fiOLF
dollar or more per pound.
the chance.
get _
ed to the inspectors listed last week. .. ,
Someone stole your shirt? Say- I know a chap who comes to Flor '
Very close watch has to be kept on :: ', ::
tomorrow, you can confiscate ida to fish. He generally !bl.:
concrete in every year ,
the steel as the goes ;
his pants! when 'consider that registers at a good hotel wherehe .. .: <'COUI SE :: t
around it; you ; .:.
.. _
,to manhood, take He .
As :you grow the big gates have less than an inch pays $10 or more a day. pays ..
what can grab; another for and guide.He (: ; .,
you clearance when they are swung on $10 a boat :;: \ 1
Rob the orphan, filch the. widow'smite embedded hinges, realize spends anywhere from $2 to $5 a :
these you .. "
: .. : .
; that every, measurement must be absolutely day for tackle. He manages to pass i :'... '.i'i .
Organize a merger; use the law right.At out another $5'or $10 on tips, :: .. .:..
to nab clothes cigars and incidentals. He .:. .s.
bit of cash in sight. Gayle's gate they have poured .:. ..t.Y .
Every'single I buys gas and oil and occasionally a
concrete since the
43,010 yards of
When you have a billion, or two tire.

of them or three, I 13th; this structure is 39.5 per cent Just for fun we figured up what Y
Which is going

,And All confess Little your give Man sins the, church and you'll wasted a be million.a Big life some.to complete take now.Poole Pop's already.Evidently and place Cole! What took are inspectinghere a two man.men pound Here his fish is for how cost one it him week's stacked in sport up.dollars fishing.per !i 1I 41[ Open to the Public ] : 1 1I' :

If you have not been up to the Hotel American Plan 7 days at '
I Canal Point gate to see those steel $12. ......................................._ $84.00 I'I''I I'Y .2.
ethics is
The class in poetry and wedges of pie on the make, you have Gas and Oil ............................$2.60
dismissed and the class in hydraulics -
now missed something most interesting; Guide and boat hire $48.00

will come forward. Whatdo but it is not yet too late. Tackle ......,.............i........... $llJ:4 0 :: .,' '' .' -- ::
? Web- ;
you know about spillways inadequate definitions My buddy Tish has gone away Incidentals ................._...... $21.G 0 'I .. .... ...- .;-

ster gives two very off to Canada and I sure do miss Total m..m.......................... $167.60 1.1 ., ..
which help us not at all, but v .
her. During that week's fishing, which .
he does intimate that there are two .
Frank Cothern and his lady havea included trips on both fresh and I'i.
types of spillways; one that portionof
a dam which lets out the excess seven-and-a-half pound baby girl.. salt water, he caught a total of 109 1 Green Feese I:

both doing well I heat. Next? fish including a 10 pound black bass, z '. I

water that (,must thus be relieving the sort the of pressure-spillwaythe I fooled you this time-I didn't I an 18 pound red fish and a 12 pound :_: Exceptional Fairways I ::_i::

niind"who asked say a word about dredges! snook. The rest were small but because -
lady had in : Interesting Greens i
:: ::
why they, were going to build 17 I -- of the three 'big 'uns he felt \

dams across the St. Lucie. The other : Dr. Albee BuysProperty he had gotten more than his money's y'.' I I ...

worth., .:.
says Webster is an apron across I .

which ing the water washlady flows.sports So ,every_ a spillway morn I I in Venice I catch The amounted total weight to 189 of pounds.his week's Each \'''-:':; .....................................................................................................................................................................................IIIt r 4 I

down her befront. I :I fish cost him almost a dollar a pound. -4., 4I

Sarasota August 30, (FNS)-Illustrating Had those same fish met a com-
Well, all of that didn't clarify
in I his belief in Florida, Dr. mercial market they would have
matters so I spent a bit of time
the office in QlewistQn bothering I Fred Albee, noted orthopedic surgeon brought less than $10. The potential

everybody from the lieutenant on has acquired approximately s. value of: every game fish that swimsin I
half million dollars worth of prop- Florida waters is a great deal
down trying to find out I
about these St. Lucie spillways and I erty at Venice. The Florida Medical more than most of us realize.. I

as usual, found the entire office willing -I Center operated by Dr. Albee, was I've been talking about the sports-; CHECK UP

to give me all their attention opened In Venice last year. man who confines his fishing primarily '- c ..: ;, ',
Dr. Albee will arrive in Venice I -. .
most. courteously. to a light casting rod and 'artifi- I .. if
I within a few weeks at which time cial bait. When you take in the big .
In brief, the 17 spillways to be j
i lit is, expected a program will tip announced sailfish
fish like tarpon and
constructed in the St. Lucie are game
I I for the rehabilitation and and see what need
concrete rolly-coasters at the outlet you find it even more profitable.The you
further development of the property -
of the gullies washed into the All Florida Committee recently -
most of which is improved.
canal by the waters impounded back pointed out the fact that one Flor- I
of the original spoil bank their ida city last year showed expenditures Then Call

purpose is to slow down the ve- Fair President Will of $439,000 for tackle, $90,000for i

locity of the water and rob it of I mounting sailfish and marlin, II

its load of sand and its power or Attend Florida FestivalWinter $600,000 for charter boats and $365-

erosion. In rainy weather the water ]! 000 for individual fishing.

pours out of each of these gullies !I Chambers of commerce, newspapers -I. THE NEWS I

into the canal and builds up a miniature Haven, August 30, (FNS) civic clubs in localities naturally OFh9CEi

delta in the channel, and then I Evidence of the interest in Florida favored as sports fishing localities

a dredge has to come along and digit Century of Progresss officials and would find it a profitable investmentto i I

out, which in course of time be- I and the good will existing betweenthe "pay attention" to this particular

comes both expensive and annoying. directors of the Florida Exhibit I tourist attraction. and let us estimate on

The St. Lucie is an important waterway at the World's Fair wa7 demonstrated ,"Make a' fuss" over the fisherman.It .

; 25 miles long; the second larg-r this week when Rufus C. Dawos j I will mean more business and more I'f
est cana1'ill the United States 221: ,
; President of A Century of Progress I 't"

million yards of dirt came out to1 I accepted an invitation to atttend the I consider the selection 'of a- succes- next orderS '

make it, at a cost of 4 and 1-2 mil Florida Orange Festival to be held I sor whose name will be placed on ,, .;: your >

lion; it, is supposed to have at all in Winter Haven the last week in : the general election. ballot in Novem- '

times. a navigable. channel of six January 1935. i I I ber. 3r \ -S .f
I : I :
foot depth. F. President of the I FOR
John May, '. .\ ... I \'i
Now let us suppose that you area J Orange Festival organization, extended .. ",': ',,.,_ .;. : }
quart of water the invitation to President Dawes :1\ ( vsnr I -
coming out of Al- i J 1'I' j I 0 : I SE! x
lapattah Flats festival which is stag- ""- .. '
on your way into the to attend the ; ; : '
; : ;}
C.t. Lucie. You carry along' with you ed annually in Winter Haven. Counselor and Attorney at Law ,' LETTERHEADSBILLHEADS :

quite a bit of sand ,
as you rush along. '- : 4.: '

You expect to cheerfully dump it into H. L. Sebring Is Wednesdays Hopkins and Building Saturdays ":,< ::,i" ',::
the ',
channel '
and be on jour way unimpeded : ,1

to the sea But Uncle Sam, Judge of 8th Circuit 9:30 to 1:00 "" ; HANDBILLS ,
iJ His hydraulic laboratory at Vicks- I ,.:; ';:
I ; .
burg, has designed, by reconstructing :- -I II J ENVELOPES ',

trying local soil conditions and then'! Jacksonville August 30, (FNS)- :..:...:..:..:..:..:..:.IN.11:.IN::';.:.ii INM.IH: .:.1:IN11:
out -different types of spillways The first change in the roster of

4n miniature, the most efficient the 1935 Legislature occured last :: New and; Used :!: \ RULED FORMS ;; .

trap for you. Unsuspecting, you week when H. L. Sebring nominee y "

hurl and then yourself whoosh along! a concrete flume, I for member of the House of Representatives ::;:. FURNITUREBELLE ':;: WINDOW CARDS

you spill over a from Duval county, }Jl'e-I .'. ...
steep apron-ah: there Webster!-' rented his resignation to the .:. .!. TICKETS .

and go plumb into a sort Of basin. County Democratic Executive Com i

You and decide are rather to tired by this time,I mittee. :;: GLADE' :;: ETC.i

stay there a while and Mr. Sebring was Appointed by Gov- z

quiet down, but the water in back: ernor Sholtz to succeed Judge A. V. :: FURNITURE' COMPANY *
o you pushes '
you on over a baffle Long judge of the
as Eighth Judicial

shaped?randpa's just sleigh like the and dashboard you 'hit into on )I home Circuit in and Gainesville.will make. his future I :p: Belle (Glade, Florida :y!: THECEVJSTONEVST % %

tlo middle ota whirlpool in another' According to law, the Democratic i :!: ::
t:'-sin.. By the. time you: are Next Door To Theatre jf :1 J \
thorough1 Executive Committee of Duval Y '

dizzy and discouraged, you are .ty will hold a mceting.Sat 'l.coua-l ... .. .... . .". _
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