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: September 7, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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.. 8, NUMBER ,


In Local Precincts,, Homers But Lose


Registration books have been sent Clewiston's baseball boys garneredtwo

STORE HERE out into the five precincts of Hendry LIQUOR REPEALA home runs in Fort Lauderdale SUICIDE IN JAILErnest

county for the convenience of those Sunday, but lost the game to the

wishing to register to vote in the Tarpons by a score of 12-4. The

Construction of a large addition November election. The Clewiston option election will be held I homers were those of Beder Nail and Edwards, who attempted

' to the present Clewiston Supply com precinct books are located at Alston'sand in Hendry county in conjunction with Roland Moore and each one broughtin suicide by slashing his wrists Tues
pany's building was begun this week are in charge of Parker T. Wil- the general election in Novemberto an extra run, thus providing the day afternoon after being arrestedin

y? by the owner, C. V. Parkinson, _who son, deputy registration officer for give voters of the county the opportunity total score for the Clewiston team. connection with the Post Office

'. 'found added floor space was necessary this precinct. They will remain ,hero to repeal the local law prohibiting The entire team did not make the robbery here Sunday night had Sufficiently

'b to take care of the increasing during I I the month of'ePtember and I sale of liquor in Hendry trip to Lauderdale and some substi- recovered to bo removedto

fr', .' business of Clewiston's oldest store'I then will be returned to the officeof county. A petition bearing the sig- tutions were made; one car was de- Tampa in custody of U. S. Deputy

:,.':; The new addition will be a hollow the county supervisor of registration natures of 168 qualified voters of layed by a series of flat tires and Marshal Tippins yesterday.
.' at the court house in LaBelle. the presented to the when the about
r': tile and stucco structure of one story county was arrived game was Edwards whose home is in Moul-
Those wishing to register for tho county commissioners at the regular half These difficulties accountfor
L: ] ,conform to the construction design over. trie, Georgia, was arrested on sus-
1.' of the present building. It will face November election will save a ',trip meeting on Tuesday in LaBelle, making the rather overwhelming defeat picion. Tuesday afternoon by Con

: the highway and will join the'present to LaBelle by registering this month. it mandatory that the commis- which the boys suffered. stable Ed. Butler, after Post Office'

building. A large opening will be Only those qualified since the primary sioners call the local option election. Playing for Clewiston were R. Inspector Sanford of Lakeland, and

made between the new and old portions need to register now; those The local option, election, if car- :Moore, catcher; Cy Cruze, Pete Wil- Special A. C. L. Policeman Stoker,

' of the store. The new portionof voting In June need no further registration ried by those favoring the sale of son and Dick Hooks, pitchers; Williams who assisted with the investigation

the' building, approximately forty I I liquor, will simply mean that if and short; B. Nail, third; Joe agreed that the robbery was a local

r.'". by forty-six feet in size, will increase when ,the Florida legislature repealsthe Cato, left field; Coburn Moore, center -

the floor space of the store by one- Clewiston Will Have state law prohibiting the sale ; and Red Hawkins, right field. I job.A.. W. Sias, assistant postmaster,
: of liquor, the county will be placed
third. i who resides at the home of Postmaster

;_ '. C. V. Parkinson, owner and" manager New Steel School Bus be among legal.those in which the sale will Hotel Building Is Sold I A.V'. Lawrence was held

of the concern, states that the up at the point of a pistol when he
business has outgrown the present I 1 The sale of liquor in Hendry coun- returned home shortly after 11 o'

L quarters, and that the addition was I: A new all-steel school bus will be ty is now in violation of two laws To St. Petersburg ManThe clock Sunday night. After drivinghis
: purchased by the Hendry county i a state law and a local option law.
.r. necessary to take care of customers car in the garage, he turned off
:;< efficiently! and to properly display school board at the regular meeting I The petition presented to the com- the lights and was leaving to enter
.' tomorrow, and will be placed in use mi sioners on Tuesday' containedmore Union Hotel has been purchased -
k; the stock. A number of items, which the house, when a pistol was stuckin
," Clewiston school, bringing in than three times the number by Mr. J. Killingsworth, of St.
,,:; the store has been unable to carry on at the his side. The bandit, who was
:,' '11V' account of its crowded, condition, will pupils from the Hooker's Point route. ; of required signatures. Petersburg and Tampa who arrivedin unmasked kept his face in the dark

'. :' be added as soon as the new addition Bids for ,the purchase of the school Clewiston and assumed manage- until he blindfolded Sias and led him

'i: ::,' is complete. bus were received the first of the L. R. Yates Wins ment, of the property on Septemberfirst. I on foot to the Post Office, a distance

?:!t\: Mr. Parkinson plans to move the week and will be opened and the I The purchase price was not announced of five blocks, forcing him to lie

i L :?,'I-I., dry goods and ladies ready to wear purchase announced by the board $50 At Drawing of I. down beside him in tho grass beside

ff : :": department into the new portion and Saturday. The bus will be deliveredin The Union; Hotel was formerly the I the street whenever a car drove

''i(;;: .' :: to increase the hardware stock and time for the opening of school on 'Clewiston Drug Co. property of J. W. Scott'and has been near.

tf ": : : October first.Pahokee. operated by Mrs. E. D. Bennett who Arriving at the Post Office, he

commodious;: i moved from the Hotel the latter partof i forced Sias to unlock the door, later

L t.:,>!:! The Clewiston Supply company To ,Have I L. R. Yates was the winner of the last week.Congressman. I to open the safe. He removed the

j:" :4, was Clewiston's first store, and opened i fifty dollar bill at the drawing at I blindfold to permit Sias to operatethe

l;;r "5' in a small building on the ridge New Waterworks' Alston's Saturday night. Mrs. F. R. Wilcox combination on the safe door,
.r,, along the lake shore on the spot now Maxwell held the second lucky ticket but only used matches for a lightin
'1\ii iJ'), :. ; J occupied by; the Annex to the Clew- and received a ten dollar bill. C. F. I order to conceal the crime froma

r 4..;!" iston Inn. The store was established Goodman won third prize, and was Here With Party! passerby and to prevent Sias from
." Contracts were validated Wednes-
in 1922, and five years ,later was day by Mayor H. Roy ''Lang, of Pa- offered a month's pass to the Dixie seeing his face too clearly. He removed -

it\\: '-. moved to its present advantageous location hokee for the construction of. the Crystal theatre or six dollars in cash. what appeared to be all the
l';' ',= '.\ and in the building which it $80,000.00 waterworks systemfor He chose the cash. Congressman J. Mark Wilcox, Maj.B. currency in the safe, an amount approximately -
':'': now occupies. new Mr. Yates is a welder, employedby C. Dunn and C. Nelson, of the $175. He removed Sias'
that city. The contractors' bonds
i" \:' "Clewiston has 'grown" says Mr. will be forwarded immediately to the McWilliams Dredging company Jacksonville office of the U. S. En- belt to, bind his victim's feet and

r w',::; Parkinson, "and if we are to properly Tallahassee for the approval of the ; Mrs Maxwell operates the gineers, Jake Boyd' county engineerof then tied his hands behind his back

: ':r-;' ..--serve our customers ,and- keep pace PWA engineer. If they mee twlth his ,I Watanabe Hotel and Mr. Goodman is Palm Beach county,,Mr. Gibbs anda with the blindfold. He failed to take

/" ,' with the growth of our town, we must, approval work is expected to start associated with Wells and Royal. number of others whose names we,I the box of matches, which Sias had
The drawings are attracting increasingly have been unable to learn formed a '
expand our business. I believe our within a short time.' been holding from him, and as soon
customers will, appreciate the added Protests were filed prior to the large crowds and much party which spent several hours In as the robber left and locked the

'< space and more convenient and I first of August by unsuccessful bid- interest has been stimulated by the Clewiston yesterday looking over the door, Sias began striking'matches

r Iii: roomy arrangement which we will I ders on the contracts and the work campaign. U. S. Government, projects in this and burning, his bandage from his

have when our new addition Is put has been held pending the out- vicinity.The I wrists inflicting a minor burn on

in use. It will not only give us room come of, this protest.up The difficultyhas New Minister For Local party visited the U. S. dredge, his left forearm. As soon as he suc-
items "Gulfport" and other projects near his hands, he be-
for more and a more varied been straightened out and the ceeded in freeing
stock will Pahokee in the morning and in the of blows the wall
but it give us opportunity work is ready to, proceed.The Community Church gan a series on
to afternoon went on to Moore Haven the telephone operatorin
display our stock more attractively work was let in seven con- that roused
and to serve our customers more tracts and will be financed by a loan -- ,- where they visited the dredge "W'clatl the office which joins the Post

efficiently." from the Public' Works administration. Elders .of the Clewiston Community
The first carload of tile for the Church announce that a changeis police that, there was some troubleat
building is expected daily. The construction being made in the, local organiza- MRS. CHAS. CHRISTIAN HONORS the Post 'Office. Officers arrivedat

", will require approximately HOOKSSNELLGROVEMr. tion, and Rev. W. B. Furgess, who NIECES AT PARTY HERE the scene shortly, and Sias was

, thirty days.FARE"'ELL. has served as minister for the past soon liberated.

fifteen months, is leaving this week Mrs. Chas. Christine was hostess Post Office Inspector Sanford of
and,,Mrs. William Hooks arriv-
PARTY CELEBKATES I for Everglades having accepted an floor of the Clewiston Drug company Lakeland, accompanied by
ed in Clewiston this week from
PAT McGEEHEE'S BIRTHDAYA assignment to that pastorate. Wednesday evening honoring her two Chase of Bartow and Special A. C. L. y
Ozark, Alabama, and are making!
Rev. and Mrs. Furgess came from charming house guests, her nieces, Policeman Stokes of -
their home at present with the former's -
large group of Pat McGeehee's' W. W. Trenton, :New Jersey, and have been the Misses Jean and Opal House of and joined local authorities in investigating -
and Mrs.
parents Mr. '
friends were entertained by Mrs. J. I active workers in the local church. Fort Pierce the affair.
Hooks. '
'.. A. McGeehee and Mrs. Ivan VanHorn The best wishes of a host of friends enjoyedand Attention was first centered on
News of the marriage of William I Dancing and games were
Wednesday' afternoon as a farewell Hooks, who has become will follow them to their new location -I refreshments were served at a Edwards when it was learned that
Pat he had, the day previously spentat
party to who leaves on the 16th through this section because of his late hour. The following guests were
for Mont Verde to enter school for l Rev Nevin H. Schaaf, who is being Misses Annie: : Mathis, Beatrice least $140, and had only drawn
baseball activities, reached here last present: '
the coming year. The party was also I assigned to a Coral Gables church, Lowe, Mrs. Louise Keling, $14.40 on Wednesday, his last pay
week, but none of the details were
to celebrate the honoree's 14th birth- will occupy' the Clewiston pulpit for Annie Margaret day., Edwards drifted into Clewiston
|learned until the couple arrived from
; the months! of September and October Messer, about two months ago, and beinga
day.The Alabama, where William has been Patrick, Mr. and Mrs
young folks enjoyed a word- playing baseball this summer. as his new assignment does not Valree Adams, Ethel Willis, Freda carpenter, obtained work with the
\ forming contest, in which the words become vacant until November. Rev. Ilowze, :Maxine Pat- : contractor erecting the government
Howze Opal
Mrs. Hooks is the former Miss Hel- Mae ,
) "Dixie Crystal Sugar" were used. and Mrs. Schaaf will arrive in Clew- Christian, Doris Reddish I houses here. As the work is nearingcompletion
of rick Nell
daughter Mary
en Snellgrove,
Prizes to the girl and the boy forming younger iston this week. It is understood that and Mrs. Chas. Christ- I Edwards was one of
6.\ Mr. and Mrs. W. W., Snellgrove of and Mr.
the largest_number of words were the permanent pastor for the local I those who were told on Wednesdaythat
Ozark. The wedding took place on ian.
li,' won by June Hooker and Junior August 21st at Dothan, and the cou- church is a Dr. Williams, who will Dan Baker, J. H. Tuck, Uster Ma- there was no more work for
Chapman. be released by a Columbus, Ohio, A. L. McMil- them. i
ple returned to Ozark for a visit before .- this, Malcom
Delicious refreshments of sand- coming to Clewiston.A church in time to begin his duties lan, ,,". H. Hall, Bennett Edwards, One portion of a worn leather belt
wiches here first of November. which had been split lengthwise was '
candy, punch, cake and ice the O'Bannon and William
friends extending Phannon
host of are
cream were served to the group of found at the garage where Sias: was
\ their best wishes to the young,couple. Warren. ,
guests, which included June, Billy, Contract Let For I first held up. The remaining portionof
J. D. and Elbert Hooker, Munzell the belt was found in Edwards'room

Stone, Billy Owen, Francis Wright. AIRS. ALSTON WINS HIGH SCORE SCHMIDT IMPROVING; IN at a local hotel. Constable Butler -
Road 67 I
Junior Chapman, Leroy ''Hare, James AT BRIDGE CLUB MEET SUrfacingl ST. LOUIS HOSPITAL arrested Edwards on suspicion

and Elizabeth Winn, Mildred Ward, as he was preparing to leave town

Roberta Spicer, Vincent Oglesby, Ed- Alston received two (Moore Haven Democrat) i Friends of George Schmidt, super- and placed him ii\ the city jail'
: ward VonMach, Herbert Bourjie, Har- Mrs. A special operator arrived here' intendent of construction for the Mc- A knife and $28.35 in money was
high score prizeat
cards as
ry Vaughn, Jimmy Hall, Jimmy Holland decks meeting of the bridge club Wednesday to pperate the ,grader on Williams Dredging company on the found on his person when he was }

I Wilma and Runelle McGeehee, tho at the home of Mis. the finishing of the base on Road Lake Okeechobee contract, will be arrested and the knife was taken
Alice of which was held glad to learn that ho is improving at from him. Shortly after he wao left
Mary Lamoureux Moore Haven I afternoon. Mrs. No. 61 through Moore Haven to Road
Jack Moorman of Macon, Georgia, J. W. Ezelle holder of low No. 25. Equipment was ordered mov- a St. Louis hospital, following a sud- alone in his cell, however, he found

and Val rle and Mary Lou Suther of' Barney Thomas received was a set of coasters. ed immediately to the junction of the den attack of illness which he suffered oj; recived another knife with whichhe
score and en route to New Orleans whileon slashed three very deep gashesin
West Palm Beach. made the lucky cut two highways: six miles south of town i
Mrs. Maxwell and wrist. The
vacation. his left forearm
and work of finishing in
the grade ,
and was given an attractive and nov- her hus that he was
preparation for the begun -' Mrs. Schmidt writes that wounds ,were so severe
.Z'-4, ,: Mrs. Curtis Taylor and her sister, el fruit -bowl. at once. topping was band's condition has improved and unconscious from loss of blood when

rfir'. rr Mrs. C.-O. Benbow of Moore Haven, Mrs. Ezelle served a salad course i' that, although an operation may be discovered on the floor of his cell"

and her brother, A. H. King, and with iced tea to Mrs. Alston, Mrs.C. The contract for the topping was '.necessary little later, he hopes first Dr.: Schiffli was called and adminis-

Clarence, Charles and Shirley Ben- W. McDonald, Mrs. H. R. Hall, let last week Coleman and Faulks, to return to his work here for a time. tered first aid, ,sewing up the lacer-
bow are spending this' week at Palm Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs G. C. Poole, of Cocoa Beach, and word received I I __- ations. The patient was transferred
Beach. Mr. King, who Is scoutmasterof Mrs. Barney Thomas and Mrs. F, R. "Wednesday by R. E. Berg, engineer I under special guard to the Lakeside

the Clewiston Boy Scout Troop returned Maxwell.A in charge stated that the contractorhad Ibe I I done entirely by the state. When hospital where he remained constantly -

last week from a two month'scamping i his equipment moving and sur- the road bed is scarified, bladed and guarded until yesterday morning.

: ," trip with a group of Scouts young white woman In Malnies- facing material on the way so that compacted to the proper smoothhess The prisoner at first refused food,

:\t?. from the Royal Palm Council, visiting bury, South Africa, recently gave work should be started within tho the coat of priming oil will be applied but had given Up his hunger strike
f .-. points of interest In the Western birth to six boys at one time Three noxt few days. by the contractor to be followed

..; PtMp41 ] tiled:! l later. ,' \ The finishing of' \the u-a4e& U to fey tl@} phalt And *la; topping' ,-.' (Continued. ": ., on,. P'- 8)i ).

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News Review of, Current i In promise thereafter the city agreement speeding was discontinued, and back martial to, business normal law Howe About : TEAR GAS ROUTS'MILWAUKEE

conditions. The peace plan, devised by '\ RIOTERS

Events the World Over federal representatives, provided that ConversationOn
all employees on strike be returned to

their Jobs without discrimination and Quitting Work Trouble Stirred Up Among
on basis of seniority. It Included an /!
agreement to hold an election within The Country Relief Workers. ..Llli1waukee.Discharglng

Rainey's Death Starts Race for His Position- ten days In each of the ICG arms involved @, Bell Syndicate,-WNU Service.
Speaker to determine whether their employees ..-------. . . . tear' gas

Prominent Men Organize Liberty Leagueto want the drivers' union or By ED HOWEI bombs and swinging night sticks, deputy -
other representatives to act for themIn sheriffs charged Into ta crowd 'of
Combat Radicalism. collective bargaining, and' a pledgeof HAVE met some opposition In workers striking! against the Fed ralEm"I'genc'y'relief

the 100 firms to pay for at least my contention that a man may in Lincoln park here.

.. one year not less! than 5() cents: an learn much from conversation goingon ri ie workers, who formerly were on

By EDWARD W. PICKARD hour to drivers and 40 cents to helpers around him ; that he may thus acquire county relief rolls, recently have been
platform men and Inside: workers.WILLIAJ as unconsciously as employed on twelve park 'projects. Recently ; -
by Newspaper Union. he
his meals, attends to his work,
a group described by
or otherwise meets life's Incidents.I .
T. RAFNEY, veteran con- cy," reinstated to his position with of local I "troublemakers" have been fomenting -,
: president have
HENRY GREEN known a telegraph operatorto '
Illinois and speaker the labor discontent.
from advisory board.
American Federation of La sit idly for hours in a room full ofclattering "'r" ',
I of the house, died unexpectedly In a "The 'agencies which are administering A group called on the workersat
bor, says he hopes the general; ,instruments, and suddenly
St. Louis hospital where he was be- the law should in their own textile workers will beW Estabrook park and persuaded fifty :
industry grasp a key when his call came out
lieved to he recovering dealings uphold Its purposes," the there to walk out. The crowd, which "
averted the announces of the
.... ; confusion. So a man constantlyIn
- from an attack of board said in its decision giving a i ,,' :' >"1 at the same the babble of conversation by this time numbered about 2oO,
Q bronchial pneumonia. veiled reproof to Johnson for what it may pay marched on Lincoln' park, where an
J time that the federa'tion little
attention to it until something ofinterest
'.. The immediate cause Implied was a violation of section 7a < additional 200 workers were em-
I I Indorses thE'strike attracts him ; a bit of wisdom,
of :
of his death was an the NRA. ployed.
w : and will co news, or a jest he has not heard.
Ik. : y pectoris. Mr.Rainey With rather bad the NRA The Lincoln
"glnn' grace accepted park: workers refused,
,,, operate fully with the Oscar Wilde left In hooks as greata
:' who was with the rebuke and permitted Donovan ; however, to leave their jobs. The'
( ;
< officers and membersof number of
4 Inaday of being seven- to return to his Job. Johnson \'f f sayings as any pickets booed lustily and Interfered
{ J. ::, t' ;,4 the United TextileIVorkers' Englishman. All of them were sug-
: ty-four years old. was himself had nothing to say about It, with, the work,of those who refused to
{rh ,.. first elected to congress but Dr. Gustav Peck Donovan's t Immediate : organization. gested from mingling with men, first quit..
f :' He appointed 'federa, used In conversation, and the, best of
and he issued statementIn ,
In 1002. superior, a Trouble started when Capt. James
I j'I: tion committees to as them later transferred to print. Men
t&, ::;: continuously which he sniffed at the board's decision
-, _,:,,< '.n" ,-i served I sist the, textile workers acquire education ,laboriously from Flatly, In, charge of the deputies, ordered -
mid warned Donovan that he
with the exception the, pickets to disperse Two
Henry T. t na announced books they are compelled to study as'a
would have '
de- to "toe the mark.
one term being William Green men, Alex Licora and Elmer Grams
Rainey feated in the larding Soon after this the NRA announcedthat that he( would] draft duty; but easily out. in the 'world, were placed under arrest when they',
trained organizers and strike specialists where everyone has little and Is
it does a ,
elected to not regard itself as ?
landslide of 1020.! lie was failed to heed
a command .to "move
from other unions assist the busy
to distributing its
the speakership when John Nance obliged to withdraw the Blue Eagle in on." -
His cases where the, national labor relations textile union. .
Garner became Vice President. Other
strikers ,surged around the of-
control over the house during the ses board has found companies guiltyof George A. Sloan president of the "Because a man loses his job," I ficers and their prisoners and attempt ;

sions of last year and this year while violation of section' 7A of the national Cotton Textile Institute and chairmanof read somewhere, "it does' not followhe ed, a rescue. The deputies charged the: ,( I
being Industrial act and of the cotton textile code authority, should quit work.
the President's program was recovery
crowd 'fired about 25 tear shells
gas ,
firm subsequent failure to the Instructions said the threatened strike Is not justified That is good sense. I know
put through, was gentle but so obey a man and cracked heads. The rioters fled'
that the legislators were kept well In of the board. by the facts'established by im- who lost his job as a maker of radio before the onslaught. .

line. The labor board has recommended partial government economists parts. This morning I bought vege-

Mr. Rainey devoted much of his withdrawal of the Blue Eagle to the Challenging the wage Increase demand tables of him ; he continued work on I {

service in Washington to efforts to Im- NRA compliance board In all cases of the United Textile Workers some land a neighbor let him use, and Jews Urge TighterI

prove the conditIon' of the farmers, where companies have disobeyed its of America, Mr. Sloan declared that he has not suffered the humiliation of Boycott on Germany

for he held that farm prosperity was Instructious to reinstate discharged "as a result of three basic wage pro calling on the Salvation army, the Red

essential in any program for national employees. The decision by the NRA visions in the code the hourly wages Cross, the county commissioners, or GeneveDelegates' to the world-,

well being. He also was a student of will remove teeth from decisions by paid In March 1934, show an Increaseof congress.I Jewish munique conference'' issued a corn

tariff and fiscal subjects. As a Democrat the board since it may now hear 7 per cent as compared with March, have another neighbor who lost declaring themselves in favorof

he was always a "regular." He cases make: decisions and find thatno 1933. when there 'was no code. his job In a machine, shop. He did not continuing the anti-German_ goods

was the author of the tariff commission penalties are inflicted for disobeying "All of this has meant a substantial quit work, either ; he Is now operating "boycott with redoubled' force until

law and of much other Important ; its orders. Increase In manufacturing costs," Mr. laundry in his home. In case I am German-Jews have been reinstatedwith '

legislation.Mrs. Sloan said'"and the research and plan- able to change shirts this week, I all their rights as citizens."

Rainey acted as her husband's COTTOrgarment code amendments ning division 'of the NRA found, after shall certainly arrange ,with this man The action of the committee fol
I lowed a heated debate which
secretary for years and Is so well ac- reducing the working hours and comprehensive investigation last to wash my old one. during

quainted with congressional work that giving workers a wage increase have June, that 'under existing conditions I Some of my other neighbors are getting disorders broke out and'tbe meeting

the Democrats may select her as the been signed by the President. The there is no factual or statistical basis $15 a month from the county, and temporarily was the ,scene' of confu-

candidate to complete his term as representative amendments, which affect plants In 42 for any general increase in cotton tex regularly their names appear in the sion as ,delegates berated each other.

'from the Twentieth Illinois states, are of far-reaching importance. tile code wage rates.' papers, under the heading of "Dis- The Palestine Jews were severely

district.Mr. Sidney Hillman labor advisory bursements to the County Poor." I criticized for allowing shipment of

Rainey was buried in his hometown board member and Amalgamated MARIO HERNANDEZ i i I shall make a hard struggle, to keep German products into the Holy Landas

Carrollton, after services which Clothing union head, termed signingof LIEUT.-COL.a plot to overthrow the luy name out of the list. I know most one way of obtaining valuereceivedfor

were attended by President Rooseveltand the order "the most farreachingmove government of President Mendieta[ of of the people read It, and make ugly cash sequestered in Germany
which, under exchange restrictions
many other notable persons. NRA has yet made to Increase I Cuba and establish a military dictatorship comments. ,
they are unable to send abroad.
employment.; It was hoped that this but the authorities got wind of :

RAINEY'S death will re-, order would avert the threatened It and frustrated the conspiracy. In If the people are starving, what Is ; r

SPEAKER spirited contest among a strike of the garment' workers. which' considerable part of the army to be done about It, since nature has Dope Ring Witness

number of men who are ambitious to was Involved. Col. Fulgencio Batista, no more to give? I once lived, on a ,Shot Dead on Street

succeed him First in the line of succession TWO prominent Democrats, two Re- head of the army said that Major farm, and while I .am able to recall

so to speak almost equally prominent, Benitez and some soldiers were sent some discomforts, I always had Montreal, Que.-A principal witnessfor

i f4nI Is Representative Jos- and one leading Industrialist, all of to arrest Hernandez and that eight enough to eat: Frequently, we used the crown in a case that -ended

( eph W. Byrns of Tennessee them ,of conservative tendencies, have ,men of the detachment were killed parched rye; for coffee, and sorghum ";year ago with the smashing Montreal

( ; who has been united to organize the Hernandez tried to shoot Benitez but molasses for sweetening. The other 'of a vast international drug ring, '

serving as majority I American I Liberty was himself shot In the head and neck. day I found sorghum' molasses on the Charles Feigenbaum himself 'a con-

x rtr > floor leader and who league dedicated to a The official report said Hernandez; was table, bought from an old-fashioned victed silk smuggler, was shot to

; is head of the Demo- war on radicalism In being rushed toward Havana In an farmer, and thought it still very good. death here as he drove his car up

cratic national con- the' United States. t l! I automobile and that the car upset, the We grated corn meal for bread, and Mount Royal avenue.

L gressional committee. The five founders of prisoner being killed, though the 'others always down' in the feed lot were pigs i

President Roosevelt is the league are : Al- In the car were. uninjured.Maj. coming on to supply meat when the Stench Bomb Drives 400

: going to take no part fred E. Smith Democ Angel Echevarria, commandantof smoke house began to show signs of from New York! TheaterNew
in the race, but the l' a tic i Presidential :
I __ Fourth Infantry at Camp Columbia emptiness. We had cattle for plowing,
more liberal or the candidate in 192S; and Capt. Augustin Erlce, chief of the and to supply milk. Chickens almost, York.-Four hundred patrons

Joseph W. New Dealers are John W. Davis Democratic : signal corps, conspirators with Her- took care of themselves about the fled the Criterion theater at Times
Byrns known to favor Sam Presidential I square when a ,stench bomb! was re
f.sa L nandez, were captured later and a place, and supplied eggs in addition to
Rayburn of Texas. Well] informed ob- candidate in 1024 ; -- summary court martial sentenced themto a surplus of old roosters which, when leased. There was no disorder in the

servers believe Byrns will be elected Nathan L. Duller Re- JOlett;! death. boiled long enough, made fairly good audience, however, and the ventilating

speaker and Rayburn floor leader. publican ex-governor Shouseof eating. We had wild plums, blackberries system speedily cleared away the

Other aspirants for the speakershipare New York ; James W. Wadsworth. and preserved them for winter odors. Patrons were readmitted after

John E. Rankin of Mississippi, Republican congressman from New E GHTY-E GHT Soviet citizens are use. There was plenty of fuel in the half an hour
who has announced his candidacy ; York former now under arrest In Manchukuo,
senator and Presidential woods, and one man In the neighbor-
William' B. Bankhead of Alabama, and possibility for 1030; Irenee Du Pont charged with plotting against Man- hood tanned beef hides, from which

John J. O'Connor of New York. manufacturer: who supported Smith in chukuo and Japan and sabotaging another made shoes. In almost every I WASHINGTON BRIEFS I
Mr. Byrns has been Japanese military trains. The Russian
a of the
102S and
Roosevelt in 1032.! They be- house there was a loom, for the manu-
house continuously since his government, through Acting Consul
electionto lieve the
league membership will facture of a cloth called linsey wool-
the Sixty-first His General Rayvid at .Harbin, has President Roosevelt reappointed
congress. work grow Into the millions and that It will pre- sey, and this supplied clothing.It .
as floor leader, in conjunction withRainey's sented to the foreign office of Man- Adolph C. Miller, for a term of .12years
become .an important element In the was a poor start, but we 'were ,
rule as speaker was not especially national life. chukuo a demand for an explanationof naked while as a member of the federal reserve -
never hungry or waitingfor
pleasing to the New Dealersfor the arrests and Insists on prompt board. Miller was reappointedfrom
president of the organization the times to get better. And times
some months during the last measures for the release of the the fifth ,federal reserve district,
founders selected Jouett Shouse, for never did get much better; indeed, I
sion, but before adjournment most of prisoners. he having given up his residence in,
mer chairman of the Democratic think harder than I
national they are now ever
the misunderstandings were clearedup. "The arrests were made without California The President also designated .J..
committee and president of the knew them to be on Big Creek.
In any case, the administration Association documents, accompanied by searchesof Judge J. J. Thomas of the Tentb f-1. '
Against the Prohibition The town people should
seldom Interferes In the selection of the apartments and offices of Soviet big-headed federal reserve district, to be vice governor
Amendment until repeal was accom- remember there Is a place where they
the leaders of congress not wishing employees the Chinese Eastern rail- of the federal reserve board.A .
plished. In a statement Mr. Shouseset can at least always get enough to eat,
to Incur the enmity of powerful way which have not been ''explained,
mem- forth the purposes of the leagueas and move out Into the country Pretty
bers of said. living condi-
the party.RgTURNING Rayvid project to Improve
follows : much all the land will soon be owned
The Japanese allege that some of tions of the Indians on the Blackfoot
"It is a nonpartisan the through tax sales,
organIzation. by government :
the prisoners confessed to attackon
from his swift trip to an reservation of Montana was approvedby
formed stated In its charter to file It.
as 'to and almost anyone free on
funeral of Mr. Rainey. the Japanese military intelligenceoffice the Public Works administration.An .
defend and uphold the Constitutionof .
the President went directly back to at Suifenho (Pogranlchnaya), to allotment of $10,000 for construction
the United States and to gather Manchurian and Corean In one of the periods of depressionIn
Washington instead of going to his sending com- of thirty homes costing about $300
Hyde Park home. This change In plan and disseminate Information that (1) munists Into the territory, to wrecking Rome, Silerlus called the poor to each was made to the Indians, reported -

was due, it was'sald. to the development will teach the necessity of respect for trains carrying Japanese troops gether. "In your meetings," he said, living now in dilapidated shacks.

of a bitter dispute between Gen. the rights of persons and property as and munitions toward, the frontier "you make very severe charges against ... ----.

Hugh S. Johnson' on one side and Don- fundamental to every successful formof and to creating general disturbances those who are feeding you. It is not John H. Cover of Chicago was appointed -

ald Richberg, Mr. Roosevelt's chief industrial government, and (2)) will teach the along the eastern lI'ne. usual to criticize the 'poor, but manyof by the NRA to be the govern-

adviser, and Secretary of Labor duty of government to encourage and Probably before long will come the yo'u have very bad habits, and are ment's representative on the school

Perkins on the other, over the new protect Individual and group Initiative news that the Japanese have seized not doing your part. In an emergencyall supplied and equipment trade code au
structure to be given the NRA. and enterprise, to foster the right to the Chinese Easter.. railway, and that should help. Some of the rioting thority.

The Issue, it was disclosed. Is whether work, earn, save, and acquire property, may very well result -In war between you have Indulged in has only resultedin

there shall be a board of control and to preserve the ownership and Japan and Russia destroying such food supplies as The "placing of n few conspicuous '

In authoritative management of the lawful use of property when ac \ \ we have. I give you frank notice this violators in jail" was advocated at an

NRA or a board which shall]] be more quired.' A vote of about 10 to 1 the people will not be submitted to again. If any.I NRA hearing as a means' of obtaining

advisory In power, leaving the real To Interviewers Mr. Shouse declaredthe BY of Germany decided that Chan- of you have 'not heard of it, I an- better compliance with codes 'of fair
control still In the hands league was not anti-Roosevelt, but of the and
of the administrator cellor' Adolf Hitler's action In assume nounce I am head army competition hotels and restaurants.
and his ,deputies. It was it seemed clear that it will be opposedto ing the powers of president was all :,will not Join you In unnecessary de-

expected Mr. Roosevelt would take most of the major purposes of the right. The result of the plebiscitewas struction."

command of the situation and deter- New Deal and the radical professorsof : "Yes," 38,302,709 ; "No, 4,294,- Woman Bandit Cuts ,

mine with definitely what shall' he done the brain trust. He said he had 654 ; "Invalid," 872,296. Though the On a certain day in history the Russians Off Matron's Hair'

the recovery administration. visited the President and informed him "yes" votes were several million less were fighting against Frederickthe
fully of the purposes of the league, than In the November plebiscite on Great The next day the Russian Denver, Colo.-The victim of a woman -
O UGANIZED labor scored a but he would not tell) what Mr. robber who slugged her, cut off '
victory Roosevelt's
the withdrawal l from the League of Nations 'armies were ordered by their chief Big "
over Recovery of her hair .and left her bound 'J
Administrator reaction had been. part,
Johnson the Nazis 'are satisfied and Hit :Man to fight for Frederick. .
when the national labor rela- with a wire and'gagged in her home,
Lions board ler appears to be safely fixed as the \ As a subject I have often rebelled -
former ordered John Donovan THE strike of truck drivers In Min country's ruler 'for the rest of his life. against the orders given me by rulers. Mrs. Ferrol Wilcox was In a serious
president of the NRA union condition with brain con-
a possible
was ended when the 1,1 ,
dismissed men His power, as chancellor-leader ) believing they frequently order big
by Johnson
"lnefficienxe. and their cussion.THE .
employers accepted a com greater than that of any other dicta? 6r. things done for petty reasons.
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:.,.f f'L?! r i!'! !/rrf }. f JI 't '!. .." I''your "words,' for1 i one. thing, and your' .' 1e. r'tberif.o'n'ly then" I; the .hour-a matate damp from the, ---- -

f ;. $eeltlnj death I j 1>y throwing'ill : herself' I'eyes fare ditr reDt." 'I.: ; ', "What (are: '' you .tryliV!: 'to dp?" he recent mixing of, meal ,a tiny, :fire'on To Preserve Polish on Brass.

T t from Lone Mesa to escape 'dishonor, '"If they ,weren't; when 1 l look at you. :'ask'ed''fier' gently J" smiling Into' her theisand... For; a time she ,sat her horse
Brass bowls
and other articles
:J: at the.Savarln hands of, a drunken desperado.Sonya to be ies, I "i'I'd ,be'lower I i i than I. am; and! that's, :eyes 'again-"change1 'th' sp tslot) th'leopard ,and,,contemplated :It;a good ,hogan set 'beautiful L only.!when_ kept polished.are
alowSherself :
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I ;, cud:; 'fjsyj frier 'puddehly repentant fart' plenty .I i | : ; '; 1 was:: "This ils usually difficult toido. However -
tacit r. The girl lsr a self-nppointeq, ,'" -'Grarited.again,".,,said;J ;Sonya, calmly 'more"treacherous'beast1 alive; An';,I'm l Uttle, sign(; of ,prosperity., No rug
'.- ., If, you, ,, ,thoroughly the
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>. U Hp.brp LAto: tbe Navajo fllfltal'\s; living and watched the slow tide..of r|d' that telling you true ,Miss;'Savarin.l I'm'a :bloomed. ,on"I, its I .hand made, loom, the I
1" f f, 4 ijH4rhon; >>M pttaostl\ ttb her swept! up' over_ his pale cheeks] "But leopard''at heart,' cruel and : fierce? and hogan; was .bare. ,of comforts, the bedson brass, removing all stains ,and grease,
,I brother' Serge; hIs wire Lila, and their and then apply a coat of 'cn'3r copal
:t smajl, daughter,.Babs.: She Is :'engagedtolRbdn'ey : the ?very: fact.tof,! ; change, outwardly'' 'not fit, for :'you ,to : speak to, life! this. its floor being thin and: 'scant. Evidently varnish jour bowl will look beauti-

i 't' ;Blake?. Wealthy NeW- YprkE'r; ,iargueschangeili, ; } arrly. .I'd ,trust you' straight :out, 'man to, mad." i 1 dbnt: de- these Indians, : were very poor: ful and will retain,, Its polish Indefi.
; I' but her heart is with the friendless now alconsidgrableway.7 i 1 ;; j serve it J If you .knew;::what an' whoI ,, call ,.
t, i ;I vayajps .and she evades a : wedding.. : ; I : : She, did not or move about, but ,., nltely., .. .
i, Sonya pulls Little; Moon wife*; of 'Two fl ,He }drewt; long breath of fagrantsmoke am,you'd turp. ypur;horse; ,an' ride for ?I sot s flI.In. her saddler( waiting. t and: :" THE' H 'US W'IFE.

J.> .". ) ,* ,Fingers ,a Navajo, through ,the firsts' 'andturnin,. away, I looked; outover :that_ down .trail. )like, all ,QossessW.'andyou'd presently: her ,patience was, rewarded,. ,Copyright .'by! 'Public' Ledger, Inc.-
:t 'of'an'Illness; 'Two' fingers: -!is !deeply the spread or desert'' shimmering be right" .,", I' for a soft step sounded( behind her 'I. WNU 'Service.Earthcuak. : ., : '

.:- -.declaring grateful. Blake he will returns:.give_ Sonya_..to ,Ness six: York: under the early afternoon | ," "Maybe ,I do ,know' : -a 1 little, ,"I Sofiyaflashe1 and 'she turned :to see' the wild,:;buck I, : ,

i I if.i;,..+...'iJ";aI pU1.a,aadhthen'demaid haj:j eep more her ',- ,' ,Wbearhe turned/ back to'sun.l"Sonya, : "but: ; I'm not.afraid., ,; :.:._;I'm never; J the squaw, and( the 'littlest'child'of tha t'' 'I Prophet:
promise, to marry him. JSonya; again was shocked, at the, l look' handsome .afraid ;of' anything..". i '. pitiful I drama in 'which she 'had 'iartlcipated. ; Earthquakes: 'give' no warning of

I meetsllj'thej.man' :: *,whose.advances' she" face.a, ,sunken" lookjhaggard) ; j ,, as. '"No. : Ypu're: :. like' a',. Whifa) gel l.l.ri .' 'I 'I their approach and the seismograph

; I'j her had b repulsed'be n "Lone regrets' Mesa.hlsf j,lie actlohj yells., If some cruel vise .of> ;the spirit had', "armor. ,"' he' said -ra..ely'.yo'u. > a'nen't She smiled at them, and when 'SonyaSayarin : gives only an accurate} record of the

pnja( is a5frcted. butwhforgiv.fng. She suddenly? been 1 set' upon It He :smiled! "any' 'need 'to"fear.' E\cn I nothurt1 ,smiled,. -a' window of 'her soul Intensity and duration of the shock.

hears rumors of a Border bandit "El ''for tliej} first time, In her experience* of you when I wanted. t cOlld'ni're' opened_ and disclosed a 'light.I '' The But, ,a Japanese I professor, ''the late

s 13 IIhfm'f9lt'h Capstan Diablo.! :"; and vaguely {. connects .:him.;: and something leaped,'in' 'So'fa's'heart safe=anywtfere-any, time. ..' U" family came carefully, up, to }her. T. :Omari, ,carried out a great deal

, ,r r she! .again comos'upjn l1erattHker on the; bn strange) Ltae-Mesa: v'oun 'fike;'-a captive. ;bird:struggling' :.to hl'mself.( couldn't hurt you.." : "I come to 'see "if 'all "is' well 't\"lth'' research work. on. a ;'method that I

r ._ man..buf..8he.no longe- rears hm.[ .. r ,.: ', he free., .4-. I,; ;. ,! ,. I' 4,<,vIi' ] you remember; what"' ,say- you' :and yours,":she 'told the man In' -lIas.now, been, perfected. ,He took
-" .' ".. CT ".f '" :''Miss ',Savarin,'! tie'said' ..th "the that 'it's': never too l late to cha: ge?".. : : hundreds of shock measurements at

1i- -, .I, ,--. ..- & .. ... sweetest::and;;'tb'e:..cruelist ,tiling : ou. urn remember," ,he said..,politely,. ,Navajo, regular Intervals in areas where theiipizontal
"It ''I is well wlth'this'one'he I
4C IAPTER: ;;IV-Cont; >j ilued! ever said In your life...,. It's a danger: "an'"thanks., Now gqod-by, 'and( good"? the' chlld..but not with,replied'touching' this {lp.d fer ic1-1.; tresses duet
"''ous > IJni '' luck 'always'Miss'Savarlri.'' : : ; earthquakes for
.thing, too forr:,me.. Yet. glad : j : I had accumulated
one, touching the' mother. '"Her heart
-" 7d"lose:: Uan ;you ,said [iu .It'll ;t>e.'sometliln'=some- !' -"Good-by !said Sonya," .. "and'the: ; ,. ;years. By: : this ,method he was able
r.igb would :
my, i ; runs away In water; and she does not
looking .J. 'to emember\ 'amon worse1. I, same'toiyouft.,: ., ':' ;'I. to predict the exact time'and location -
.:;jj';j, help he. ,salj( doggedly, | down, ) ig1. ,; mem"LAmHosteen I eat."' IS I", .' ; "
11] : :"sand I''I; i He.carried, his.,hat in, his' hand:'as;he. of the next shock. Shortly before
fiddling with
his ratig(). :Thp '
And looking closer So'nya In astonished '' '
saw '
-: :l whirled the horse..away around the. his death he warned: ,a fishing
bead ", ; ; ,
f golden \
horse '
: turned a loving and : : was "
------- sorrow that ''It in-
.- 1., corner,,of,,thp'anclent'! $toneh4. se, and so community that their village would
aftn ; ;
Jibbpd'lt =
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J Jt !ifntJ 4l<5nj his -- deed. The had been
: woman :
did not loo1Pback, and Sonya istenedto be"1 wiped out ,'within a: few days. The
"H'mu: : said the gr! throughner| nostrils 'plump'and hale some weeks back .
; : the. shod hoofs. striking Into the de place was;' vacunfe 'and the shock
; fe>sbarp pd'cynlcal soppd.. I '' : her_ old velvet .,
'" :6J' now a scarecrow<<; jack ''arrived ;
jtha't led the
( .file l down" the. face.lo'f and demolished 'place to
j ?h 4i J :;I :1'would.1; ;11;ie- tepealed'aIf| allprove i sheer cliff.:' ",. :T. ,;et hanging loose, ,on her: form' her the I rml mte.I I Another method is to

; ",...:,,.LS9! 'VU 9.' }9.d9'Is set aJnarlttoere ; ""'lt'Slat''stiffly"quiet'tn'ier. ::( : saddletumult' "' ,tragic 'eyes '",sunk, In. hollows. He : watch"the 'movements of the. Japanese -
It Is anythlrigan= yi 'singfeTdo ,.brown lips ,(ookeddryand'bard.; :
and'was'conscious.of a ; ) catfish. When 'these are stirred
: strange
w? thi g"th; t"1rtrillD: an' ;to >prove: his; ,'within. : 'her--splrlt. 'What":':had, 'She'done! 1["' Fon!.a. moment?the,.glrJ, felt |such", a., Into! 'activity and rise to ,the surface

,. "..,..- word t,:.Te1I; me;. 1ndI'Ldo..it.; : [ ',', ". C! 7talklnghere_;;in thishilt.solituf: I wl 'l4' i revulsion against :the ,whole. : white racegstogigeheranflctual :"R' serious ,earthquake :ls.lmm'inent.-

,-' uWho Is. the bandit across the Bor- this mysterious: rider: whose, inner self ;, na.us f1. ,He,.,' ( Tit-Bits' Magazine ;. ., '

....:-'0-;;..,fiftf'wn I.: ,' ;:. .. o,..crucifies'. ;:'Ills, :.:d'[.uble-eros.sersl1- *;'',: .' :,;lcarbac7iwth: : ( ,V..... me '
;//1.;;; .cried'SYa like a.shot and '" ; neck for one good minute
gasped at t'
pcesenceY In the 'land' ]was a 1 I., : 'By; the' Pound ','
i :till i the sound of her own words. It seemed menace and a portent of;: disaster?: : "So' ,".:she-said: I ,, t'lsee.7Hav.e.you: :told' 't"Jackie 'seeing'
Mier ( weigh the
if that the CittIe'nes will be pnrse"
as another
person spoke them so
!11ft ari For she knew past all doubting): that '
Nurse how -much
new baby) a
home ?-Did the agent tell yotf
: wholly unintentional had they been. the Blue-eyed One'oi: whofni ; ; soon '
this was : '
'I' pound ,did ;baby cost:? "
: ;
when 'Igo nth"e.ml? ,
to ii
,, 1h3 The man's .eyes flashed ,up to hers the Servant spoke In his nag e par*' ; ,:. | p.ft ; I. t I ... .! ;
r; and oncesagaip, ; they;)neri, f \'Hd as anfrfuu able, that.: henchman of Bee,r e ,ub who '"jJo," said' the man,:"and' 'I do' 'nOf.. I

l It k's.; td ncj w fkyill Dinifiis spread went< ''be: :rej-trouble.( AnL<$be ,whotowjeft'hJiSllKHred ,.:know: where: :to go.". .. .. I! : S ":'

(;''i lug over r ibe .blue,'of fhf Arises., Slowly who hactred" to '"''011." 'sai'dSonya 'under :her It'breath.., oth'OffUgiy

i t'4:: ly the '< color drained from his face take her pound of flesh frqmjnlm.f "because ."Jhe .,djrtybeast' ; ?: "" j ; f

: t leaving It ash white beneath. Its. bronze, of what he had tnedltOj no. that. !, : :Aloudshe, : said slowly, Nell, yon ,Freckles. Blackheads

!ti i:' the lips pale,s blaeMnllk, 1'i'! ij :; day;;at j .!he mesa's nmlT! : ':Sne had tell; per to 'look.'up'! } :: to? the.east andbefore : ,

)- k j "Good Gad'y( !"..;d6ed, 'iA drdflnc11w: S,r;, w Stt talked? *i ilh him, earnestly ;an1: :without many. .da's, she will ,see Iher'children Nature's' Way
r, ly Ii!;::' silent i ..'.. ;: )g 1 Ii i'" }!3 t : j ,coming., What Is.:your name ;
-J .
t scorn | } .
I, 1l.ja ., ; fThe's6ft "
.....' ,1 'r '" ,,Hostee'n?" iThe'mau'hesttated i j .Here "is an inexpensive quicker way
r" 1-j The girl was silent, too, avid for the LI blue veils of twilight ,were: : to skin beauty-a way that has been

dfi first time she felt a flash of, fear, as if beginning to trail along tKel,'f desert's' : : ; sirice'thenaming'of tested and trusted by women for overa
she had set jn motion sinister.forces of face before she 'roused hrH If.' .and :: ,pne's own' name Is' not; good, but generation. You can ,' '
I t down the steep I 'tbis'v, aS'a'desp' i'ite'matter.' -L'| whiten, clear and fresht., 'L ",-,1t
; if; whichtt'neapotlvna!f ;fT 7 #lF.Y JaJ d' .1-. went'! derby ty'. I forhome Y "Nez: en j our, complexion, re0/ H
t at each/ for a moment aghast'at '' ... I r 4 AjChe r"I aia 'Hosteen he' said 'presently move 'all trace of blackheads : 1 -. t6t
this thfif other Id ,had spruVgv between:: ...J'! "jJ'!1X,0' H oQ ,'' If ::'i' '..:t t.- '..- .: I"; :1// 1 | ,;, $ day she went tQ;see_Little l : :I ,: "ana'she':'' Is -Cactus Flojsver." ,' freckles; coarSch' \ '<;';::.:,. ::

I: tnem, tart< and. .. serriljleJ7pnd| ; : hear ; Nez,". He,Said Pres- : Moon and refused the bundle{ ;'Pt sheeppelfs'irhit "And'I"ani''Sotiya':"':" Doctor lonya'lfr'in'down ness in ten days or less. .Ai" .$

;;:;;'' Sonya ;flicked her rein, moved in* her :'e nttY;"artitl'Sheris-Cactus Flo 'r." .:=* -r-Two Fingers offered, her' on'the'desert'' beyond Lone, Just apply uream'at rT'adinola;, i, ;)'tx.:..,... '1Bleahing : "-
paddle "** t": :, J h.i. : ,Jthe finisli d: blanket "' Mesa"and; r wljl see'the, man'w io took :
I recovering. She knew she ories ''I- Aka r hoIlls lopg! jvith; gorgeous bedtime tonight" No 3
: btr ettfng alotfg.Please ,
t x' had touched disaster too deep for awoman's which the woman laid across. 'her the:children.! : .Maybe>four'sleeps s, maybe massaging, ,no rubbing. :;: .: :.\t .
come here whenever you want f : 'i. "' .: 'five.'ou tier' eat: and Nadmola speedsN ,ture, 1;> :,
fiI..1 !hand and ..shed w backr knees. ; _| ,telt, :get. .
Je to,, :Lone Mesa ,Is. now tan and / '::{.. .
purging away ,
J yours'from witii' ". ; ; > .1 i i"I : '.
:rJ instinctirelq.It ih 7fiPj ekerh ; stroked the latter ,
a on-<, <" hr.ifj .t =ti_ :, il( '. _\ .Sonya.; appreciative strong. freckles, blackheads, ', -
: ... 1"' ,'
'o ', \/jftl'!,. -t'doJh3mt!: fingers but shook 'J{berj head, will tell .her," said' Hosts n Nez, muddy,sallow color You: ; ,
: '. she) said . ... ;r He : niorfhSaddlet/
:? T j sss i the .
V f 'ung | ; and '* '
}.t swer. 'l ; asked: And : 'smiling.* '- -"* r r"t."I and "his eyes 'looked so :any : see, day-by-day: improvement: until your
5roHQBywSy.V-QuIqn t rare:i i girl,,tut, outta i.guickband and caught it's nol } ft'I(1Gh'tfwapt $
t \YnatIj ;
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l hls sfeVve: 5V:;i:-j.* 4t'' -:: '.lrf i r 'I'flir' ; f satin:smooth, lovely. No long waiting,
f:6': proof. What's past Is past. I take in Navajo tidscas a giving-a, service to with ;their 'probing."I J 'DO' disappointmentsjmQ'ney-back;: ( i

5r 1Irryour: word.". a; .. i!! 1, "No she said swiftly "why should my peopl You are my -people. I will come again, 'she dl1ep d. and antee., Get, ,a large box of JSTadmola anar-
: The man. ive'. &-cJ.li 1s'''i.1 stiff! Ii J'.1J f.n.i !' H"' i" yofi give qlt uIlL ?heres sore>hmstfeje :hdve;(chgten the Navajos beore the turning Darkness, went back' Bleaching Cream at your favorite toilet
; forf sdrnetliihiobdpnow, counter or by mail
:; 9u ; : etit.Splrit. Let be. It is 1 she postpaid, only 50c.
of Blue Sand : as
cut ca
j:1M "You do? Do you believe what I've It's in your when ''look out : :great NADINOLA, 'Box:'19,. Paris,Tenn.
eyes you
been trying to tell you ever since that After a long silence T f fingers, had come.That _
yonder, and and I and
a healing,
peace "It is well. And
-day : that I couldj 1 said, we jail the with Seilge,.and
: kiU m night talking
: gselfl.for '
: wa jly u; tn bavj&jtlxatYpvr.n: : ed,fc Navajos around here are Sour little Can't Know It: All ;
(t what I did? Do you VelleveW? Lila in the I twilit patio wltli Babs
j. ; "Yes" said It-it's'sometbing of the =of the soul ,people, under your feet. Ar;soot q : blanket she One who know3 a great deal Isn't
i-:-j Sonya. "Not that it matters : asleep,, on ,her lap, protested passionately
If what I of
av bu I Ijj do."sUe G-; ; ; you see mean. ,. to keep ,your heels ,from; the ,against the treatmen of the ashamed < what he doesn't
ilj'3 1 l! Ii'6 fgff i tie tdt 'her"shook lits' "r .
1 toikduta: whrt: t| "ifanMerc ief 6 1d : lookecj..! t ,,', :: 1 :t*t|nes. ;} } J.. ![ I Indians by the whites: I in, authority.Serge .. i
1k1- { 9:1lqWingly.1 J. l t :; ; :I: fit is veryl well," the girl said ; .,.darkeyes
and wig dghfe} f ceo wpic &P.S sweat ty l' : i' a grave-. ,smoked, in silence. ,_ :i4
\ $ 1
t'iti3 ti'
( ] ing In the high cool wind. I d he sa
t -{ "No," ,he said 'unsteadily, "not that a woman you are I didn't know there was to come a day when jshej} would' stretches' that were :turning purple ;in ,1'I

5;; it matters=: to zyou.s ."But! It does.fjo was, one like you outside of th story have, ample, and tragic proof" .';'cjf that, the falling shadows.. KEEP C00'LSAVE
j ,1 .IA Why iJaoVfLhbutfit';=\ioes.'Wethan > Q !*t ,t r09i; ; y 'any.i c a o.:.' a.. but N'a Just as well! she : old not '"Kid," 'he said 'presently,, "y u'ze: the' TIME '

, f : t ld apjUung.; i hag ere-mattered la: ladylpreacher'i"I. .- ; ;(see ahead. r--J'| : best little scout ever, but I'm afraid'that SAVE WORK _
fy ? whole d-d lifeI i TsV' slid: 'SinyaJ f''of ,course not; From. Chee'wash she rode|! down some day'Y >li're' going' to' 'get
: my : beg your, SAVE
fl'h don!" ilti t, lr'Hl"jF; & "111':;; ':"rft, im; -'au physi' ia9 ,But; I'm ", ai( woman, .alongjthejevels} J of the sage.tp! where yourself; into a peck' of trouble, messlag' MONEY ,
t t,3
di"Granted," said the girL "Serge first: and I can"see when heart's the debouching canyon hack[,giyen; up In where :you don't, belong1" i

!l, j swears." sick as well as a body. You're sick in Its pitiful'small caravan that'day she Ie5s ng' in where I don't. hflongl"

". your soul your character or I miss my had ,seen Mr. Satter from th+i t school cried the girl hotly. ""Do you cap? helpIng -
; '
fr; "My aer0e lifofhel"- ;; J -! '. ". I"rftic I t:.. f I" iC C' ", f guess-apdtIt usually"' ". don't" do .that."': ; I:..taking : away the children ;. [ '! that mother: get her young ones TT1IS Coleman Self Heating, Iron will
/ foo/W'saH.: "you l Haven't' 'now.But dn an Impulse she turned and rode back for the summer '!vacation! messing ,.1 save you more time and work than a
i UWel J .and $100.00 wiuhlng machine It will save
; hours alone**d Y* here .andoth; Jve: J spent f : Jft; :d n't:;mattefin ,this, case. It's, 'Into this; rugged cut that bisected the In, when she's'' actually gWevlng) strength ... help you do,i better booing your I

; up and 5r. places too, late for' medicine' -eveA ..ypursj'fo's rising l land. She rounded a far-ln turn ,herself to death in, her Ignorarfce; aqd easier and quicker at less cost.
# wonderldgs'abobtiIf 'why'it* does.: C;;; 'riot'"saldrfeonyd;: 'dn I :with matches or torch. J waiting.
:Ej:.'oj eral knp countries wn }Nyom,, and eq' ?all"never,my%'a'on@llfe .1 Iu 'ttiatI set -,I cfbiilsJtect( at' the; passion.;'of_,her''tone' ; was no 1 sign ,of life about iti { houghTakin'JRaresf for Instance?" ,' 1 j garments enly-heated with fewer double stroke,pointed Large base glass-tons i

: stayed in.ms; mind :a'wefck! after Serge movea uneasily, knocked out; smooth, .base elldea easier. Ironing__ time..._ u
llfeft .
( I dottle of hIs ,pipe. reduced one-tmrd. ncai UdJ.'" ......if......... l t
I, her. I'IpJ i. bad :;lot :_as, I told .you. before -,-:- -- --;- -- ---r- --. ----- ,. : I the; ", anywhere. Economical too...cost only.
,1\ Sf "Well of
4 course. ,, See hardware
M hour to operate. your
i :: auu'ltudou'rmednpa Dr at"ei I an
; : t '
Animal in London Zoo ( housefumlshlflg dealer. It local
; "Yes of counsel That's, It. i
'. J : what I think, one way or another only That's dealer doesn't handle write us.
I alii't One Half Goat and One Half always it from the, white man'$ viewpoint THE COf FMAV LAMP AND STOVE CO. i
; t k ever felt in
:! so sorry Jill my days Antelope Dcrt WU300 Wichita K>na Chieagoi1L! ; "
Well old dear, can :just PbllBdclphlo, Pa.: .Lon Antrelo. Calif..; +
/ ; ii:1 over anything.!; Iy was just wondering? ,. t L, I'II'; r. :! ?; \' : Toronto Ontario, Canada <4SOOmoifth
,;' ':. t1; .! when youl rode roun<4tht wall! tarp! ? !&he rarest anjmatjln theJLondon zoo. eet. I' hold yourself- readiness to' tall 'me
:!" der" ". 'r.j '* j. \Ii iI '0., :ill !i the takln celebrated ""the eleventh' *.Jenny's J : ; out of Jail, for I may need 'It. :'m going =
; captors
managed; ;escape
that 'those
> rP over to ,school and ge
t-", .," : Sonya regarded him steadily. anniversary of her arrival but no one discovery, but nevertheless she,;, was a j'oungsters'and take"them'back to,that $ 'Cleah ScUpDon't
I* .j "It does4matter"y: she., l saidr "vv hat, called to congratulate !her; for Jenny costly! prize for she was captured on I do.. SchoolIs ,' .

..'' ij anione'tninLs/and'does.S\ : Ko madulVes asksJetis'rime) { : $,jts 4lo, 'the loneliest 'I the; ,lt'dge"! of -precipice; and Qn ;hunter hogan already if It's out the, :last for thing the"seasofa, and endure pimples and blotches.
4' ;.: to himself alone, as the Good Book animal In the zoo, writes correspondent lost his life and five were Injured before thb trou- ;Allay them quickly with
that taken
fat Satter hasn't
iJH 1 sajs. To every man his place and a of the London Sunday Times. she was secured. < ble to'return them or to even cell: the Soap and safe,

certain amount of influence And. t"I. -A" strange creature, b alf..goat andltalffaDtelpe'shei But:, neither her rarity nor"the story father where to come for ''them.: ,Can I oSORE I

every man his responsibility, too ffor : lines ail .by herself, attached to her capture has' helped, ,to you beat that +for sheer. downright:I

that Influence. You've got Influence, completely by animals more interest make Jenny popular. She has the meanness?' If you don't. need the ,car,
"I. somewhere for something." ing than the takln. misfortune to have a strong:: w'u's'klikeodor I'll take it and go over to ,the!jschool

r, ) 1!l lie stirred uneasily, moved on his These animals live In the almost In. and also she Is misunderstood' ; sometime this ,week-maybe day ,after EYES Dr.SalIer'3

booted feet felt In his pocket for a accessible,mountains of eastern Tibet In her anxiety to get food from. vis tomorrow. 0.. K.. Serge?" : Eye Lotion
: )lJ. 'fresh cigarette and Bhutan and in addition to the i tors-especially apples which :are, her "0. K., honey. I'll begin, looking ,relieves.,Helps and cures:the weak sore and eyed inflamed euros: without eyes ID 2tto pain.!ifboars.

l "And ,something's 'hanging In you" difficulty of reaching their home there favorite food-she places her-forelegs round for bail in the meantime In case Ask from your ReformIJlBpensarj druRgIstordealer' ,P.O for8ALT1.Boxl51AUttnti K'S.Only Q*.

Wj.:i 'f;''the girl.went:tfq?;","there's's.been'!''atchange t 'Is,:.tie :jcouiphcatlon ,that 'takins are-re-. on a ledge. and stands almost. ..upright you find, something ,you n..u'ie: as' an, -
In you since-:since the first tlme'I'saw: gird d'as'sacred,- and the' penalty for:' stretching her head ;over<,the-top, of'the excuse to hop the school authorities"TO WNU 7' 3534L

you. In your face In your speech. shooting or capturing one is the loss i][ bars. BEJ CONTINUED.

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News I 158,000. Of concrete and steel construction Locks, where they released Mr., Pat- of Clewlston, was one of the beauty the following Districts viz: No. 1.
The Clewiston i For Constable in and for lire following:;
the gates have been designed terson and escaped with the money spots of this section of a year ago, .Justice Districts, viz: No.-.
to control the lake at points of In Testimony Whereof, I '\
ublished every Friday in Clewiston, of the Everglades drainage and the car. They were arrested in and it is a delight to see It well- have hereunto set my l|
entrance Tampa 24 hours later and confessedthe hand and affixed the
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, groomed again.
; district canals. They are designed to robbery. Great Seal of the State
Inc. withstand pressure equal to that There will be a lot of beautification of Florida, at Tallahassee -
Sias and Mr. Patt can have a good the Capital, this the
against the adjoining levee, and when going on around those government (SEAL) first day of August A. D. i
Keathley Bowden, Editor will provide a solid barrier time getting together to compare 1934. I',
closed sensations hauled I houses, too-already some
their as they were It. A. GRAY.
of the lake
between the waters around by bandits. Kind of like discussing shrubs and plants out, and it doesn't Secretary of State.
Entered as second class mail matter the surrounding territory. Each gate To Hon. H. L. DeLaney, Sheriff Hendry
take them
operations, know. long to grow.
you County. LaBelle. Fla.
February 1, 1927, at the Post will have an opening of 50 feet. The
Not many of us will wish to join But the crowning joy to us will No. 39-Sept. 7-14-21-28 Oct. 5-12-19-2G
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under culverts will avoid closing the lake when-and Nov. 2.
be if-the parkway in
the charmed circle of those who are
the Act of March 3, 1897. entrance of small canals, and natural
even temporarily in the hands of ban the street to the depot gets a prun-

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. waterways. the Federal dits. ing. Beautiful shrubs and vines are ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;.:..:.. .:..:..:..:..:..>.:..:..:.:: I
work on
Construction running riot and choking each otherto
Advertising rates on application. program began in with February the ,lIcV'ilIiams 1932-, 1. "When Somebody does the asked season us the begin other'day around death over there, and what couldbe Y:f;: New and Used :.;:

under a contract a spot looks seedy. If .'
Devoted to the advancement and here?" Well, the question made us very
Hendry Dredging Company calling for we could get it spruced up, and route I:: ::
welfare of Clewiston of 3,300,000 cubic yard scratch,our heads. The grinding season I FURNITURE
the placing our visitors to the mill that way .
Decemberfirst .. :
County. for cane begins about : '
of material in the levee fill between this winter they'd see a mighty pret- .', .',
but from the building that'sbeen .
I Liberty Point and Disston Island, a ty street and park. It would only + ;-

It's a bit cruel ,of us to remind ,you distance of seven miles. That 1933.unit stores going have on been and enjoying the business all duringthe that mean two extra curves in their journey I:i: BELLE GLADE :!_:
was finished in September, believe they would feel
school'st and we
that it's only three weeks till it would hardly ,seem
rt5., feet Levees wide, thus at the constructed base and are are sodded 190( fair summer to say that the "season" 'begins repaid. i! |:: FURNITURE COMPANY :=.!:.

December first. We were forced to t.
with Bermuda grass. A navigation An Everglades farmer canned I
that it looked'like the season Florida =;-
explain |;j Belle Glade
We do not wish to appear sarcastic channel 65 feet wide has been exca- enough rabbit meat to last him all .'
had stayed with us this year. t
but we, wish some one would tell us I vated in this area along with an auxiliary Around the lake, fields are being winter. Can't down an Everglades :> Next Door To Theatre :::
will pay good money tO floodway channel from Rock farmer. He eats off. that which eats
why a guy ..
deliver a speech over the radio and (, Reef in the lake to connect with the plowed for the concerned new crops about and farm what off him.-Jacksonville Times-Union. .;..'..................................................................................................;..
channel at Liberty Point, to supple- ers seem more
then mail copies of it to newspapers I
of water at Moor kind of weather they'll have than r
ment the discharge
publish !
that they
the request _
what kind of market the treaty with NOTICE OF ELECTION I
free. If he can reach the people Haven, when the lake stage is below I
through the radio why send it to ( 14 feet, to provide for navigation in Cuba will create for winter vege To the Sheriff of Hendry County, of''!
it'to the Caloosahatchee Canal. Work here tables. There will be a large acreageof the State of Florida: You Wreck 'Em
papers and, if not why; not send I Be .Known. That, I, R. A. Gray, i
the papers in the first, place with a 1 was begun in June, 1932, and completed winter. vegetables this year, justas i Secretary of State of the State of Flor-1 We Fix 'Em
in the Everglades ida, do hereby give notice that a
check attached? We doubt if there in April, 1933, approximately is every year, I GENEDAL ELECTION '
that 335,000 cubic yards of material having section. The attitude of the I !I
is a person in the United States will be held in Hendry County, State '
radio that does not subscribeto been removed. farmer seems to be: "We'll go ahead : of Florida, on Tuesday next succeeding PAINTING BODY AND ltl,
has a If the first Monday in November. A. D. I FENDER WORK r
one or more newspapers.Exchange. Completion of the entire project Is one season and see what happens. 1934, the said Tuesday being the .{
expected to make life much more the tariff reduction makes our crops SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBERFor TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY
United States Senator. 1
worth less than we think they shouldbe
during stormy periods around
secure For Representative in Congress, State I
UO.VT TAMPER WITH IT the lake, a result that probably will then we'll set up ,a howl to haveit at large.For Done by An Expert
"f Representative of the First Con- !I
abrogated. Certain vegetables on
rebound greatly to the benefit of gressional District of the State of Courteous Service I
Those who might feel tempted, at the: farming area there. With thosintrepid which the tariff is lowered about Florida in the Seventy-fourth Con I
gress of the United States. Work Guaranteed. t
some time or other, to iainper withan pioneers who for many fifty yercent will probably plantedon For,Two Justices of the Supreme Court I .
a large scale here,. but there will I of the State of Florida. Prices Reasonable.PIONEER
electric meter ">" \v-n. .rater pears have been reaping rich harvests I
be the usual large of beans, For Two Railroad Commissioners of the I
main, should ,', "0- '"';I' from the crops produced in the area, acreage State of Florida.
sounded by the case of K. 'W. ,hi... ontinuing their farming operations which is the chief crop of the Ever- For State Senator for Twenty-fourth I I
Senatorial District of. the State at I
ford, Miami attorney. Mr. Stafford jiiharmed by the storms, increased glades. Florida. .
is being permitted to spend 9 mouth I :lumbers of newcomers undoubtedly And since the Mowry's are all For One Member of the House of Representatives .I Service Station

in the county jail on charges which: ny .be expected to take up their back, Seminole Farms is getting a For ,County Attorney.For of the. State of Florida. I BELLE GLADE PHONE 10

arose from tampering with a water bode there. Added millions of dollar hair-cut and shave and perhaps a Five County Commissioners.For .
Wrecker Service at All Hours
main. : annually from the increased crop shoe-shine ,which were badly needed. Three Members of the County; I I
Board of Public Instruction. I
Tampering with the' water main roduction may, therefore, be a de- The Farms, a few short miles east For Justice of the Peace in and for I

brought him a fine of $500 and a elopment to be expected within the r_ .. I

sentence of three months in jail next few ;years..-TimesUnion.RAMBLINGS..

while the case was in process of trial: llllll IIIIIIIIIIII! lllIlIlillllll'7J-- llIlllllliil! 11I11111111111 \\iII IIIIIIIII! l IIIIIIIIIIIIII- IIIIIIIIIIIIII'i11I11111111111:\ @\\IIIIIIIIIII IIIIII! llllllllIlllllr 1111111IIIIIII J .
Mr. Stafford prevented a negro state 'I
,witness from testifying, and for that .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:, I I II

he was fined an additional $1,000and 1-

given an additional 6 months in I

jail. So now his cheerful prospect is I
9/month's'in jail and $1,500 deducted j

from his pocketbook. In case his .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Back From Market Showing "
pocket-book does not yield the $1- _
Ye gods! wotta life us editors lead. I
500, another year in jail faces him.
Seriously, tampering with meters We'd been dodging Tom Shelley ever I I I

and with water mains is a violationof since the last issue, thinking he'd MERCHANDISEI

the law, and the law deals rather bawl us out properly for referringto OF FAll i

severely with those convicted of such his as a "disappointed father," on .
violations. account of Blondie's three pups instead -
of five, ]know: When we .
:. If. your water or electric bill is you
finally couldn't dodge him longer 1
it discontinue any
or ser-
pay your
vice. Learn. a lesson from :Mr. Staf- we happened upon him face to Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Greene of this firm have just '

ford, and do not tamper. -face, and mistake we got about,bawled that.out But all rightno what returned from an extensive MARKET TRIP. And our

OKEECHOBEE: P R 0 T BeT do you suppose was the trouble? We new merchandise is arriving daily, and will continue to

PROGRESSES called Blondie a Boston bull insteadof ,
arrive from until October 15.
an English Bull and since lookingat now I

Reports from the Lake Okeechobee the pictures which Tom was carry-
area are that the Federal Govern- ing around with him specially for our In keeping with our promise the early part of the i
education, we don't much blame him.
ment is making rapid toward
completion of the gigantic So, here's our apologies, Mrs. Blondie year, we are putting forth every possible effort to give. i

drainage and hurricane safeguard and good luck to you and the our'many customers the best values the country affords in

4' project designed to control "the three little English bull pups, in the

angry waters of the lake when churned new house we saw going up for you

: I by tropical storms, and throwing beside Tom's new home. Quality Merchandise at Economical Prices

+ fear into the hearts of residents" of While we're on the animal trendof

that rich agricultural belt of the conversation, we note that a sad
Everglades. About two years time fate awaited the quintuplet Siamese and
May to visit us soon
,: will be required to finish the work kittens, featured recently in Believe we urge you ,

which will cost altogether $15,000000 ,- if or Not. These five kittens, joined '
and will provide 65 miles of levees together Siamese fashion by bandsof

along the east, south and west fur, attracted so much attention SEE OUR NEW% SHOWINfi% FOR FALL 1I 1It

sides of the lake of such proportionsthat that the mother cat sought to escape t 'I

engineers believe they will from so much unwelcome publicity.

prevent catastrophies such as those While moving over a fence to take I

II accompanying the hurricanes s of 1926 her, brood to a new location, the as well as close-out items that we bought at special :
and 1928 when of the five many J.
the toll of human weight proved too much

lives ran into the hundreds as the I for her and she dropped them from prices. We kept our customers' pocketbooks in mind iTat

lake' 'waters were driven out of her mouth. The fall was fatal. for
all times, realizing that we were merely shopping 1-
their How have you liked that fall tingein
In addition to providing safe- the early mornings? Wasn't it YOU. I

guards against possible hurricane a welcome relief from the long sum-

disasters, the program' of work also mer? We've had some warm weather' We will have on display now on and throughout the
calls for a channel around the fresh right along however-guess it's that

water lake six feet deep and 80 feet tropical storm that obliged us by season in each of our stores, merchandise from concerns_

wide, made possible by excavations starin.g away from Florida. May they 'of national reputation for quality merchandise at econom-
required to throw up dirt for the all follow suit this season.

levees; an outlet to the Atlantic Labor Day interest centered on" Si- ical prices. We assure you of satisfaction, no matter how j

through the St.Lucie Canal and St. Sias, who was the unwilling assistant small purchase. Visit us in each of our stores if possible
Lucie River, with a channel depth of in a P. O. robbery the night be-

15 feet, and another to the Gulf of fore. It's a good thing the Post Office be sure to see our showing at the point nearest you.

Mexico via the Caloosahatchee River. was observing a holiday, Si never I

This is in keeping with the original would have gotten any work done, I

program approved by Congress in for answering the questions of the i
1930 when the/l<%i.Ioial Government curious and the Interested. (Think I Greene's Dry Goods Co.

agreed to take over tiir., drainage and was the first to, tear down pronto to

control work upon Vrtlch the State of ask my questions, and was I disconcerted -
Florida had' been rifled; for many to find Si 'safely out of range -,

years and upon wiilcu many millionsof behind a holiday sign on the win- STUART CANAL POINT MOORE HAVEN I I

dollars had b< otxvcnde'd.. dow). I I

.k A summary of w
I on the huge ll'r,<;"am shows, thatto Mr. Patterson in April, 1929. Two I I

date nine uj.s; of the 40-mile: men appeared as Mr. Pant got into CLEWISTON .:

stretch of levels irom Bacom Pointon his car .about 7:30 one night, and i_ .

the east to Ki..eating!. Creek on' forced him at the point' of a gun to ", ,' j I k..
the '
west havebeen finished, and 25 surrender his money and keys. They I I ""' I '
miles are under.construction. In addition put him in the back seat and made I _

fourburu hurricane gates and, him lie down while they drove by f7'1" ,
01 _
seven culvert are under the school house and picked up a
construction, ";y atcs to cost $1,- woman, the trio driving to Miami .F1 lliillillI! ullil Ii. IIIIIIIIIIIIi! fI lli IIIIIIIII ( III IIIIIIII I! IIIIIIIIIIII" )fIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII "

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)FRIDAY, s : IW'JR 1. ,

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; .-. Mrs. Hazel Baker and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W.. J. Bowden and- in Charleston, ,l\Iiss'St., Martin spend fl"fl"a \\'atclH.'s.Cloclist. Jewelry
:N; NIN '
1":NINI IN .1. Betty, of South Carolina, are here son, Billy, returned to their home week in Jacksonville before returning Rear or

4: Personal I Mention $:;:: visiting Mrs. Baker's sister, Mrs. in Clear vater: Wednesday after ,a to Clewiston. Shells making her,I ClevUston Drug. Company
:k Stone. month's visit with Mr. and Mrs. K. home at the Inn. '

.. ..... ........V. Bowden _'-- ,. I Jewelry Repairing
: :
... X..: :..:.: : : : : :-X. : : : -- ,
; Miss Boncell Stone and Foy Dur- j Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, '
Carl Johnson spent the week-end rance were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Elmer Kranz; Mrs. Victor Im- Miss Boncell Stone and Foy Durrancewere I

in Tampa. Donnie O. Durrance in Fort Myers manuel and Mrs. Lucretia Yates were visitors in Fort Myers Friday WATCHMAKER: & JEWELERCLEWISTON

J t ,i E. Yenawlne was a week-end Monday. in Moore Haven Tuesday afternoon evening. They were accompanied on I FLORIDA ,
M. -- attending a meeting of the Methodist their return by Mr. Durrancc's brother -, 4

visitor In Miami. C. L. Downs left Saturday for Missionary Society> Aubrey Durrance of Peoria, Illinois -, P. O. Box 51il ..,

Hendersonville, North Carolina, who is spending his vacationIn
Major: and Mrs. R. H. Collins spent "We Arc Here To Stay" r rINIII
where he is spending a couple of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Roberts and Florida with relatives. :
the.week-end in Miami.
weeks. son, Eugene have returned to Clew- -'- -

left Saturday fora iston from Clearwater, where Eugene Mr.: and Mrs. W. C. Owen and NN1 . . .
E. P. Miles N 1N -
Mr V v vvvvvvvI
month's stay in Nassau. Mrs. R. C. Hare and son, Bob, 'visited underwent a minor operation at the children, Billy, Dick, and Shirley, arrived -
[ Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Worth in J Morton Plant hospital. home Sunday afternoon aftera I I

E. J. Rogero' spent the week- West Palm Beach Tuesday and Wed pleasant three week's trip to Ten-
Mrs. Accompanying the Clewiston baseball nessee and Illinois The Owens mo- I
in Hallandale. nesday. Good
end visiting
team to Fort Lauderdale for a tored up the East, Coast to Savannah I

": in St. Thomas and I Sunday afternoon game were Mr. and then drove through Columbia and I i
Paul Irons spent, the week Mr. and Mrs. G. B. I
( Mrs. Tom Shelly, Al.:L. Hackett, Miss Asheville' en route to Brownsville
Petersburg with his, family. daughter, Mary Louise, spent the: :
week-end visiting in Safety' Harbor Evelyn Hare and Sidney Crochet.Mr. Tennessee. 'Later they visited relatives \I
in Peoria Illinois.Mr. II
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston spent and Tampa.Mr. I
and Mrs. H. A. Bester and .--- I II
Sunday visiting in Fort Myers. for Rent
and Mrs. H. W. Scott, who sons, Richard and George, have returned and Mrs. F. B. Ingersojl and I

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Digges were have been living at the ClewistonInn I from a visit in Minnesota The two sons of New Orleans arrived this I

visitors in Fort Myers Saturday. have taken one of the Schult Bestors have, purchased the former week to- reside In Clewiston. :Mr. I
Hansen home into which they moved Ingersoll is an Associate Engineer

Harry 'Knight and Merrel Lowe Apartments. shortly before leaving on their va- of the U. S. Army,Corps of Engineersand I H i iI

spent Labor Day in Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bigg have cation. is associated, with the Clewiston' I

returned from a pleasant vacation sub-office. After spending a few daysat \ \

\ Miss Mignon St. Martin spent Sun- which they spent in the North Caro- Miss Betty Splcer and Miss Roberta the Inn, the Ingersoll's have taken I I Ii I .. '

day and Monday in West Palm Beach. lina mountains.Mr. George, who are attending business' the home just vacated by Mr. and Trespassers i II
school in Miami spent the w ek-end i Mrs. M. R. Lawler.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hill spent the and Mrs. J. D. Gardner have at their homes here. On their returnMonday Will Be \

week-end with relatives in Fort returned to their home in Miami aft- afternoon they were accompanied :Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail returned :

Myers. i er spending a week here visiting Mr. as far as West' Palm' Beach the latter part of the ,week ProsecutedThe' I II

and Mrs. Cliff Goodman. by Van Bush, Bobby Hare, Halson from a two week's trip to Chicago to I

i Joe Knowles of West Palm Beach Avant and Ed Ward. visit the World's Fair. They spent a I I
Mrs. J. A. .
Y; M 's. E. L. Stewart,
was a business visitor here Saturday few days in Nashville, Tennessee, '
Moorman and
Lofton, J. W. Hampton and '
evening. Jimmy. visiting relatives on the return trip.
--- erie Suther were visitors. In West 'W'alker'rall:: left this week, for In A. ,A. :Munroe who accompaniedthem \ !
Miss Hazel Prince spent the Labor Palm Beach yesterday.Mrs. diantown where they have been to Nashville' and remained to

Day week-end at her home in Okee- transferred by the U. S. Engineer visit relatives also, returned with
J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Charlie I
members 'of a
chobee. office. The men are ,, them: I
Miner and Miss Marcia Avant returned -
party and are staking out
is Friday afternoon ,from a motor survey
Miss Daisy Ais visiting rela- locations for' the, 17 drainage spillways ClewistonCompany

weeks.tives in RIchland, Georgia for two I trip Beardsley to Chicago visited and relatives New York.in Chicago Mrs.- canal.to, be 'built t'along the St., Lucie I sL: M GOU&ECounselor ( '

I I while Mrs. Miner, Miss Avant and ,

Mr. and Mrs.-G: O. Wallace of Pa- Mrs. G. H. Small' who accompaniedthem I Miss Mignon St. Lawrence1 returned .. and Attorney at Law i

hokee were visitors in Clewiston li spent their time visiting the I the first of the week from a ,visit Hopkins Building \

Tuesday.Mrs. Century in of Atlanta Progress.on Mrs.the return Small trip remained with Mrs. J. B., Dotterer in Charleston Wednesdays 9:30 to ami 4:00 Saturdays -.........................-..........-..-................................................"...
S. C. After a two weeks' stay
H. R. Hall has returned from for a visit with a sister there.

a visit with releatlves in Henderson,

L. H. Nash and W. M. Redelsheim-

er were Labor Day visitors in West

Palm Beach. c.f


J. B. Turner spent the weekendin .
Sebring, visiting his brother, -

George Turner.Dr. rmcY

O. F. Schiffli has returned t\\\\ t Th. l
from a few days visit with his family 4 N

In North: Carolina. ','
> <
Mrs. Keathley Bowden and son:
. Kay, spent the week-end visiting relatives -
'in Okeechobee.

E. T., Eeftlng spent the weekendin
West Palm' Beach with Mrs. Betting I

and son, Ronnie.F. .

R. Maxwell left Tuesday fora
visit with his mother and sister in

Battle Creek, Michigan. d

Mrs. Charles Hendry and Mrs.
I Gayle McFadden were visitors in

Fort Myers Wednesday.Mr. r u {i ///ll/llIffir/ / T

and Mrs. Kent Alston of Belle

Glade spent Tuesday here as guestsof

Mrs. D. G. Alston.

Valarie and Mary Lou Suther, of

West Palm Beach, are visiting Mr.

and Mrs. J. A. McGeehee.

It E. H. Latham and E. H. Latham,

jr., have returned from a business

trip to Augusta, Georgia. } I

L. J. Pape, Mrs. M. L. Pape and
.q y.,::: -
": son Richard, of Pahokee, were visiting d r ":; ,$.,rr 7t: 45.
/1. '
If: in Clewiston Wednesday. The more high-priced cars you }
I look at-the more FORD V-8
Mr. and Mrs.' A. ]t. Broadfoot and
W. G. Beasley of Belle Glade were' FEATURES you see. Drive the

visitors in Clewiston Labor Day Here are some of them: *

V-8 Cylinder Engine *
Mrs. Alex Trainor and son, Al !
Single Pane Clear-Vision Ventilation
Trainor, accompanied Mr. Benson to '

Daytona Beach for the week-end. Torque Tube Drive and < you'll share his enthusiasmTalk

Floating Rear Axle
Capt. and Mrs. T. W. Webb anda '
Aluminum Cylinder Head
party of friends from Lake Placid
Gallon Cooling and you'll car Ford ever built.
were visitors In Clewiston Sunday.Mr. 5V6 System to a Ford owner

Dual Down Draft Carburetion think he is bragging. Drive the Ford Ford owners will tell you they never
and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith and Iloudaille 2-way Shock Absorbers
daughter left Tuesday for Jacksonville Free Action for all four Wheels V-8 and you'll'share his enthusiasm get tired of driving the Ford V-S- .:'.

where Mr. Meredith Is employ, Completely Water Jacketed Cylin Outstanding performance has made Free Action all four wheels makes
der and Crankcase Walls
I ed. Upper
t Tungsten Exhaust Valve Scat Inserts it the, most talked of car in the South.. the going easy on any kind of road.
ar ,
Mrs. F. A. McKenzie and Mr. and Mushroom Ended will
! aqd
Valves You can't: blame owners for bubbling Talk to a Ford owner you
Mrs. Arthur McKenzie have gone to
,:;' Hot Springs, Arkansas for a month's Welded Steel Spoke Wheels over with enthusiasm about Ford V-8 want the Ford ';-3 for the Ford

: f" : ,, stay. Welded All-Steel Body owner is the greatest, automobile
can't blame
r You own-
J j performance.

: Miss Mary Alice Lamoureux 'o. FORDY.8 $?JS Dana ers for being jubilant when'they find salesman in the world. Before you

Moore Haven Is spending this week In drive the Ford V-8.
is the most economical buy any car,
Clewiston visiting Miss Elizabeth the Ford V-8 .
'Y terms thru Universal Credit I Company
Wlnn. ."

,,4, Mr. and Mrs._W. C._ Prewitt, Mr:! LABELLE MOTOR COMPANY

',. '"S' and Mrs. G. W. Sparks and L. C
Sturgiss spent Labor Day on a fishing Florida. _

trip on Lake Okeechobee in Mr. LaBelle : ,.,.,

Sturgiss boat. .. '


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kitchen after she had kept her
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{J>policeman trying. Lto hide ,under th '1t
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ji.reply. "I can..only think that he ruu's '
?,liave been let ftjer rfhe last cook.y! '
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coming home at nine promptly tonight her-but that Is not so 'tod: ji'W; I1i
?" "":ii jo" ,:::!-o WHE FEATHERHEADS Second Wind has to be smart und :pretty every
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"I had thought about'ten"' i :" -. .;. 4 thij gli!...;;;:tj( :j ) ?q tt ;;.f.a. f b .
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dId youtY. : ; = : .', J.'J"Abo -.. :: .'-: ....: '" this 'costs so littler-can be run' up'

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tii: ; ; piled high with ra"ifJiqff??1\'fr.\ _,.J
crying to be taken home for a song1

Mary Lou J\va J er"mittej3 to go play : krM n :J? :S :! i3 :f p 'e j !}FS
with a frienfl: after romfslng to have I 1 : !'!'h: : P .:f .!it \-; r tO
the child's: ....moth0r''t: ll herjwhen It was arid 4.:1: Size 10 r !\f..e. 'r r.l a 1
eleven p'cio'c T''' r. *".. ., -.. S6-inch fabric. Illustrated'sfep'b yJ.step.sewinn : I

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be here for dinner tonight :i j. .his egg. .. : ..' ",. < -'; i'"Sure., 1iaYtenti| ;fyow *4er seen thtshad
Father-Well', have 'tie worst 'pos-! .Waiter Sh Not'.so 'loud-the'proirjletor : -' r1. ?i'I.. f:;, *. faXi &

sible meat We don'.t want.ihlnj \ito get ;iwill, hjear 'p.U. andtcharge.jou.; I
the idea this would be a fine"boarding stra for fowl. ; C .-' : '17 Reliefs- :
house. "*

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HI "J f $ rt ber if .. '1 ,i mer vacation?" .
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his' Brown./.cried;; : Mr.i Smith o.1J a husband-brains, money or apea won today. ator S rghum. "It's going to be2wee.t
boy nelghbor about mimJciiin"g''me, hky ; :'pusp5ljen?" |o 1 Qur| p J>,- ranee? Mrs.VWby so? t'li! tt ;. 1 t.; reljef not be expected to sariytlilftgtnyself 1. ,!

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a mfj the sooner the better. talk above a whisper. else."
"I've told him not to act like a fooL"



Austria Center of Main Ten-Hour Park Rest Geyser Is Code In. Spirit of the Old West* i

EastGeographical Yellowstone Park, Wyo.Perhaps _
Trade Routes From the Influence of the NUA has I

at last reached the geysers of Yel- Juvenile Rodeo Makes a Distinct Hit With Colorado
.. :.. lowstone At rate
( park. any rang-
9 ers point out, Riverside geyser Is Youngsters; Characterized as Splendid Idea 1
facades of Hapsburg palaces still line
Position GivesIt the wide Ilingstrasse but beyond rise lengthening the time between erup- for Letting Off Youthful Steam. ,
tions. Whereas a year ago lit was
: Undue Importance. the clean, straight walls ot a huge
spouting every eight hours, It now i
block. The Schon-
municipal apartment
Washington. "Geographical position brunn palace, luxurious residence of rests ten hours between shows.railway Substitution of an old-time Wild adapt this old western sport to the i
West rodeo with additional new, and sports grogram of
gives Austria a place of exaggerated Maria Theresa, is now an orphanagefor a modern school.
novel features for the traditional "Not the exhibition, however but
importance In international af- workers' children. Ideals of mod- the
fairs" says a National Geographic society ern socialism mingle "with imperial lines,meet within the city, and football season may become the fashion boy or girl Is what we are really interested -
: that Vienna will remain If other secondary schools follow In," declared Mr. Shaw
bulletin. "No less than .six nations traditions. it seems likely ,
j : the example set by the Chey- whose is
feeling that
touch the borders of a countryno "For sixteen years Vienna has beena an Important center of distribu- any youngstercan
larger than the state of Maine. capital without an empire. The tion, despite political upheaval enne Mountain school at Colorado still be thrilled .by broncho-bust-
., :Springs: Colo.> Reports describing ing,' steer riding, burro
the last few Austria races, calf
. ,:: Germany Czechoslovakia Hungary; sources of her wealth and power are "During
-" Switzerland, has relied Increasingly upon tourist the-event indicate that the spectatorswere roping, and such features as made
.- Yugoslavia, Italy, and pone, but there is one thing that trea-
: watch every event inside these bor- ties could not take away and that is trade to balance the budget. More thrilled by the live-stock per- up rodeos of days gone by. That his

'.:.; ders with consuming Interest. her geographical location. She lies at than two-thirds of the 'country is formance at least as much as they contention is correct Is borne out by
would have been by the game played the Colorado and
Springs Gazette
"Austria was reduced by the treaty the crossroads of Europe, where the mountainous, with towering snow
with the
shadow of her narrow valleys, hidden villages, pigskin. Telegraph which called it "the most
"; of Versailles to a mere main trade routes from the >Baltic to peaks,
-, former self. A vast empire was whittled the Adriatic cross the great cast-west and deep blue lakes-an ideal vacation Descriptions of the event in the extraordinary event ever devised by
local press show that it was a colorful ] an, educator for the
for her lakes letting off of
is famous ,
down to one small state, overloaded highway of the Danube. land. Austria
day at the school grounds, and youthful steam.-Literary Digest.
with Industries and deprived of particularly those of Salzkammergut
Tourist Trade Important. that with such an auspicious start it
wheat "Salzburg. There are
most natural resources. Her in the vicinity
might well be possible to continue
fields went to Hungary her coal mines "Geography destined the city to play sports for every season. During the with this Bees Travel Far in Ice
sport as a permanent sub-
to Czechoslovakia and her sea portsof nn important commercial role and geography summer, spas" and health resorts are stitute for football.At Eleven and a half million bees,

Trieste and Fiume to Italy. Today may prove a deciding factor in crowded, tiny flatboats shoot down the, the rodeo which was held recently surrounded by ice packed in sawdustin

Austria has to import most of her her future recovery The Danube con- swift waters of the Inn and energetic ] at Colorado Springs, every bags, have just made a journey of

coal and much of her foodstuffs. tinues to carry a heavy burden of mountaineers assault the" most forbid' child appeared in cowboy or cowgirl 400 miles in a van. This' experimentwas
No less than seven greatHuey ding of Alpine peaks. Mr.
Battles Handicaps. shipping. costume. A fifteen-piece baby drum successfully tried by W. S.

"Against these handicaps she has and bugle corps played during the Abram, a New South Wales bee.

entire event. But according to local keeper. The bees were In about 250
waged a sturdy battle-increasing agricultural Guard
production and developing Long's on accounts the leader had a difficult hives and their long journey was

time keeping the necessary because there had been a
coal. together so
for corps ,
water power as a substitute ,.....'" >. > .., .. ., '" _-,.., _....". _. ............ Interested failure' blossom in their neighbor-
11f# The fertile plains north of the Danube i iI were they In the more vIg- i
., lC.have' been under intense cultivation, I orous events. hood. Mr. Abram was faced with the I

agricultural schools were established, The rodeo began at two In the alternative of feeding the bees artifi- I

and every possible effort was made to afternoon with a parade led by the cially at a cost of $100 a week or of '

aid and educate the farmer. : young queen of the day and two col- losing quantities of them through

"On the other side of the scalesare p! or-bearers. Behind them rode the overheating while on transit to a :

her mines and her Industries, al- broncho-busters, the steer riders, place where they could find a new I

ways provided that she can find a for- bareback riders and other contest- nector supply. Ice solved his prob- i

eign market for her products. The ants. Next came smaller children on lem, and the bees arrived In excel- i

mountains of Styria, a province in the ,I bicycles, with wooden:! horse heads lent condition. !

." Southeast, are rich' in iron, and the Y.Y.' fastened to the front of the wheels, I 1 I,I

furnaces and steel works of Graz, Leo- /6 'g / 2fr,5iij942Y and finally a legion of little children Of Course His Side- I

ben 'and Donawitz supply the country of the first and second grades on "My dear fellow there are two

with 09) per cent of the metal used. hobby-horses. / sides to every question"

Carintliian iron was familiar to the qIw: 3ir Dr. Lloyd Shaw, superintendent of "Yes, there are two sides to a

t Romans, and later greatly in demandfor the school, in cowboy hat and high- sheet of fly-paper, and It, makes a f

the armor and trappings of knight- heeled boots, made the. announce- lot of difference to the fly which sideIt

hood. ments.- All the events took place chooses.-Pearson's Weekly.

history ,within large circular corral fence, i
," "Austrian salt mines, also old In
.): : were known to the people of the which had been built of railroad
ties and poles. Outside were
: Bronze age. In addition to upper
,: Styria there are two other important A d parked about 200 automobiles, from ercohzead x I
which spectators' watched the show.
Industrial districts-Vorarlberg, famous
for embroidery and cotton weav- I One of the new sports introducedat

.:(- ,. ing, and Vienna with its textile mills I' .... A"" <" 'E' =. the rodeo was "steer decorating,"
machine which is a contest to see which performer

' .,','-.... and"factories and shops.machinery make a Scene:: in the office of the registrar of voters in New OrleanS: when a can most quickly attach a

poor introduction to the gay mistress machine gun company of the state militia took over the Job of guarding the rubber tip bearing ribbons to one of ,

'. P. Long. The gunners kept their weapons a steer's horns. The rest of the
' of the Danube. But the Vienna of to- registration rolls for Senator Huey program

day Is a city ,of sharp contrasts and trained on the city hall, across the street, In case Mayor T. Semmes Walmsley Included, besides the parade, I
.: puzzling contradictions. The Baroque should direct the police to stage a sortie. calf riding, yearling steer riding for II

grade-school boys, steer' riding for I

high-school boys, bucking horses, jeeps Skin Young l

Russian War Debt Question Still With Us Engineers Select Site I bareback riding, steer decorating, Absorb blemishes and discolorations usingMercolized I
; wild burro races, calf roping saddle WIDe daily as directed. Invisible
.... for Dams on Rio Grande changing races' jumping bike horse- particles of aged skin arc freed and all
u defects such as blackheads, tan,freckles and
El Paso, Texas.-Two, tentative sites races 'for grade-school boys, and a large pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully -
Conferences Held Looking to of California which prohibited extension and for clear, velvety and so soft-face looks
for storage dams to equalize con- hobby-horse race primary boys.
of credit to foreign govern- years younger. Mercohzed Wax brings out
Settlement.By any serve, the lower Rio Grande flow have The Idea for a juvenile rodeo of your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists.
ment which owed In this coun-
money been selected by W. F. Anderson andA. this kind occurred to Lloyd Shaw, r Powdered
try. That' effectively precluded aid by of the I Reduces wriakloa and SaxoliteliJ
of superintendent Cheyenne
M. Amor consulting engineers
WILLIAM_ L BRUCKART the export-import bank for American )I I ply diBsolvu one ounce I II
the international boundary commis- Mountain school who wanted to I mtch haze and use I
Washington.-The Russian debt exporters who desire to sell to the

question is still with us. Away backin Soviet. The result was early moves sion.The
engineers selected a place at
1917, it will be remembered, the by the Soviet ambassador to Wash- 4
between Laredo and Del
El Jardin,
Wilson administration in its conductof ington looking to a settlement of the
Rio, as one of the sites for a storage
the World war authorized and made old war-time debt so that the effect
dam with a capacity of 1,500,000 acre
enormous loans to foreign govern- I of the Johnson law would be abro-

ments to aid in the fight against, Pan- gated, Insofar as they were concerned. feet.The
other site is at the lower end of :
Germanism. Some of the debts have These conferences are now under way.
the San Juan river in Mexico. 44' '
been funded. Some, like, the Russian, Little progress has been made, but
The' engineers are making a surveyon A
have been' virtually repudiated. But Secretary Hull of the State depart-
possibilities of equalizing and con- ,4 a 0 .
., the Soviet government, after renouncing ment, the American commissioner is ; A.A
that lower Rio
serving the flow so
all obligations of its predecessorsIn optimistic and thinks that eventually a
Grande residents will not experiencea
Russia, Is now trying to work out some method of repayment. may be
drouth one month and a flood the
some sort of settlement of the obliga- worked out : .
next. : l .
tion, which amounts to three or four :: i{
hundred million dollars. .
Upon recognition of the Soviet by Parrots Learn How to Sheepmen Confronted v l1

President Roosevelt, plans Immedi- Speak in "University" With Threat From East

ately were made by this governmentto -
Berlin.-Unique in that Its studentsare Butte, Mont.-Western sheepmen, 3
aid In financing exports to Russia.To .
all parrots, a "university" has who fought the cattlemen for range
accomplish this, the first export- '
been opened here where fond mammasor rights In some of the bloodiest range lr
Import bank was established. But ,
: papas may bring their squawkersfor wars of the Old West, face a new en-
along,came a bill by Senator Johnson .
'\-t'r.A\ instruction In languages., emy, according to A. A. Evans, pres-
JI' The school is international In scope, ident of the North American Sheep

, Iflii WANTS WALSH'S SEAT the birds being taugnt German, French Shearers' union. Eastern sportsmen,

and English. Contrary to most meth- he said were backing a movement to

ods of teaching the birds, the "profes-- have sheep ruled off large 'tracts of

sor" has phonograph records made of western lands as a means pf pre- have your PLUGS CLEANEDby

his, voice repeating the sentences that serving game. Evans said that charges
'' y 4 Mfy lF the owners desire to have drilled Into that sheep destroyed feed needed for the NEW AC METHOD-5c PER PLUG

their birds. game were false, as they usually
For two hours a day the bird Is ranged on lands unsuited for wild spark plugs kill your cars pep-waste as

.1 .1' i, given his individual Instruction until game In any considerable numbers. as 1 gallon of gas in 10. Oxide coating is
<, the sentence. It cause. Let a Registered AC Cleaning
he Is able to repeat drDirty
about four weeks to thoroughly remove oxide coating-
generally takes Doctor's Yearly Salaryof
,. ., 4,000 miles!
give a parrot a vocabulary of sixty {
I words but longer time Is required to $1 Is Sliced to 87c LOOK FOR THE "PIUGINTHCTUB"Ton

make them respond to the proper answers Augusta, Ga.-"I hope I won't be fit Ton In RAYMOND KNIGHT and the CUCKOOS-

criticized for drawing down more THE QUALITY SPARK PLUG Saturdays,10:00 P.M. Eastern Daylight Saving Tm

than one salary," said:! Dr. Elmer W. REPLACE BADLY WORN PLUGS WITH NEW ACs

British Rabbits Prove Campbell, mayor of Hallowell and di-
rector of the division of sanitary en-

$ Menace to Forest Work gineering at the state house, when he

London.-Forestry work In BritainIs received an 87 cent check from the

being checked by rabbits, which United States public health servicein

have become almost a plague. Ac- payment for his services during the

cording to a bulletin of the forestry past year: as collaborating sanitary

commission, a single rabbit can do $50 engineer in Maine. The salary was

worth of damage in a night to a plan- $1 a year, but was cut because of the Pure,smooth,mildly< antiseptic, d delicately I i

tation of.young trees. To fence in an depression. medicated with fragrant,oriental oils,
/ acre against them costs about $6::;. toiletuse. baby's l
is ideal for daily protects way
The lion. James A. Best says there Buried on Cot
and irritation
JI" delicate skin against chafing ,
now scarcely is a place In Britain Parsons, W. Va.-Wilbur Young, six
J :
.. to lIothcr'ssnn
.. distinctive fragrance a
\ James E. .iutirray, a Butte attorney, where a forest plantation Is safe ty-four, retired merchant of Parsons, imparts a I
and soothes
+ won the Democratic: nomination for against rabbits, whereas In Germanyone did not want to be buried in a casket and cools freshly

the United States enate to serve out never sees a rabbit, and the only when he died. He wanted his body shaven face. 1

the remainder of the term of the late fencing around forest plantations Is placed on a cot. Relatives acceded .to Price 25c Sold at all druggittt '

Tfcomaa J. Walsh. an occasional one against deer. his request.





BANDIT llOTfS POST OFFICE- directed against the homestead exemption ing filled with gasoline out at the

ATTEMPTS bUIClDG IX JAIL amendment by capitalistic Lake Harbor gate yesterday, and:

interests throughout the !state, so \ Castles In The Glades } 'By I I workmen dashed bucket after bucketof

the in- Marjorie B. WallaceWell water it to ,the
(Continued from page 1) far all reference to proposed on thereby adding

before leaving for Tampa., dustry-exemption amendment has conflagration, until one chap whose

U. S. Deputy Marshall Frank Tip- been conspicuous' by its absence. It name I won't mention because it

pins of Tampa was sent for the pris- is worth thinking about.I "next" happened to be Papa port levee contains considerable more might be considered bragging had ,''

oner'at the request of Post Office In- shall support the amendment be- and Mama flames, with a fine son dirt to the station than the Welatka, presence of mind enough to smotheIfIt!.

spector Sanford, and returned with cause it is a step in the right direction to add to their family. Stopped in and in fairness this fact must be con- the flames with a big piece of tarpaper

him to Tampa .yeste day. A hearing I am confident that before many to see him !and his proud mother at sidered. The .amount of material in So-and I thought everybody

will be given him before the United years have gone by we will vote on the Clewiston; hospital Monday and any station section varies with the knew this, but evidently they don't

States District Commissioner in .another proposed amendment which found both looking chipper and hap- ground conditions the object beingto remember that a gasoline fire can-

Tampa within a few days; will exempt from ad valorem taxa- py. The baby has exactly the same build it up to elevation; in some not be put out' with water.' .Chokeit

- ---- -- --- ----------- tion all property: not heretofore exempted contemplative and inscrutable ex- places this, may take as little as 8- to death. "

TilE CONSTITUTIONAL and I shall support that also. pression that Raines assumes whenI 500 cubic yards to the station. So And do you know why divorce is so

AMENDMENTS 1 The second proposed amendmentto try" to pump information for the it is manifestly unfair to consider rare among the Indians? Because

be discussed this week is: "A,Joint Kollum out of him, arjd it's a toss- only the advance made in a given their love is in tents. Ouch!

Hon. George F. Resofution proposing the Amend- up whether the baby or Haines is time in judging the performance of I
Editor's Note:
WestbroolC( member of the Legis- ment of Article XIX of the Consti the more uncommunicative! Mrs. anyone levee construction. I men NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

I lature from Lake county. is presentiug tution of Florida, Relating] to Prohi- Raines is hoping to' move directly tion this for the benefit of those who i TAX DEED .-

of his bition." from the hospital) to her new home in think that the Gulfport is making
through the newspapers
; series' of articles dealing This proposed amendment needs Uncle Sam's; "white quarters." slow progress. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
county amendments to the little discussion. Everyone' knows it Labor Day, Pop and I went out Dredge Boat Annie is looking forward That Carl E. Royer holder of Tax:
with the proposed Certificate No. 211 2nd of
state constitution. These is the amendment which will repeal to the Welat'-ia, hopping nimbly like with much interest to the arrival day Sep-
Florida tember, A. D. 1929, has filed said
amendments will be voted upon by the bone-dry provisions of the Flor- mountain goats along the toe levee of the General, scheduled for certificate in my office and made

every voter in'the November election, ida Constitution, and will place the for about a mile from Moore Havento the fifteenth of this month, but she application for tax deed to issue

i and their provisions are as yet, lit- prohibition-liquor question right back the dredge. I'bet that trip took;: will probably not get here before the I thereon in accordance with law. Said

tle known to the populace. Because where it was on December 31, 1918 a half-inch off each hip for me. The first of October. When a dredge trav- I certificate embraces the following described -

we believe that this is a matter which All counties which were dry on that Welatka is going steadily along with els in outside waters she is boarded property situated In Hendry

should receive careful attention from date will remain legally dry if the her 100 feet of levee thrown up every up on the sides to keep the waves County, Florida, to-wit: Lots 1-2

voters, we are reproducing these articles amendment is adopted, and the few day, rock or no rock; and, she is 'I from washing over her low decks, Rosenberry's Sd, Sec 8. Twp 43 S,

for our readers.) counties which were: wet will remain sure putting out some big boulders.She and this extra siding is called cello- Rge 29 E.

wet. built 2,600 lineal feet of levee phane., Believe it or not. The assessment of said property
under the said certificate issued
first of the two proposed am= last month, which isn't her record by was
The There is a provision in this amendment There is a new Associate Engineeron in the name of P. M. Diffenwierth.

endments to be considered this weekis which requires, the Board of any means, but was mighty good the job, Mr. Ingersoll, from the Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -

: County'.Commissioners in',each coun- work for the hard material in which New Orleans office, who is to take, according to law, tax deed

"A Joint Resolution Proposing .an ty to hold wet and dry elections upon she is digging. As usual,. Captain I hear, the place left vacant by Jill' 1 will issue thereon on the 8th day of

Amendment to Article' IX of the Con- petition of a sufficient number of vot- King made us heartily welcome, and Moore's death. Do you suppose he I October, A. D. 1934.

stitution of the State of Florida Rel- ers, but such elections cannot be we had, a very pleasant visit. In a'' will bear watching? (Don't blame Dated this 7th day of September ,r l,

ative to Taxation and Finance, to be held more often than 'once' in two little over eight months, the We- me-that's Pop speaking.) A. D. 1934. ('t

known as Section 1,4 of Article IX." years. If five per cent of the qualified latka: has built about five miles of The Bryan and Holloway dipper WILLIAM T. HULL
amendment if hold levee. The landside of the levee is (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court,
This proposed electors, petition to such an dredge burns four-foot oil. Well, I
from all ad being graded with a dragline and Hendry County Flor-
adopted, will exempt election next November it must be didn't know either. But that's what ida. '

valorem taxation for a period. of done and the same number ,can require the "green grass is growing allaround" they call cord wood.
I i Sept. 7-14-21-28, Oct. 5. 5t.HBBflflBBBflBBBBBBBflflBBBBHflXB.
,fifteen years from its adoption all the holding of such an election where sods have ,been plac- t

motion picture studios and plants, any time In the next two years, if ed; I still maintain that the hydraulic The gates are up at Canal Point. 'I
Now comes the riveting job, nice and
including all lands, buildings and not held in November of this year. type of levee has it all over the drag !<
D .
noisy. And in answer to several, inquiries -
chattels utilized n connection "' -re- After that time it will require twenty I line type for beauty of )proportion.I .
you can get up on top of I B JACK'S FAMOUS Ua
with including lands, which may be per, cent of the voters to petitionthe asked the cook'on the Welatkafor I Mg
the concrete structure to see the
required for housing employees and I Board for such an election. his recipE for baked] corn-it is
I gates by climbing one stout and eas-I Chop Suey Dinners jj jjH
officers,.for warehouses, laboratories, I do not propose-to enter upon a most delicious. So here is how you My-negotiated, ladder; take the right
cutting rooms, storage trackage, I make it, with the compliments of
lengthy discussion of the liquor prob- hand side, and you land on a steel I Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:00 gH
shipping facilities and a few other Maxwell to Kollum:
Ralph the
lem in this ,brief article. I am not bridge where you can be out of the g 5H
; R
things. It will certainly be effectivein concerned with the abstract moralityof 1 can of corn-Golden Bantam.
wliy and watch operations Even the HKOILED STEAK:
exempting everything in connection the use of intoxicating'liquors, nor 3 II 0H
eggs. dizziest of females will be safe. Dinners
with motion I productionfrom Ihursdnj SiAM :
picture whether o'r not it is right or'wrong' to 1-8 lb. butter. Jimmy Lofton and his survey gang ._.
The rJ ----------
taxation. exemption ram'
advalorem permit: their sale under authority of 1-4 cup sugar. > have been sent over to Indiantown I g

;applies only to such mo- law. The fact remains, whether, we Salt and pepper to taste. -looks as if the spillway job is g Watanabe Hote gH
studios, ,etc.,
tion picture plants like: it or not, that the Federal ,Government 1 small 'can evaporated milk and about- to be started. :Mis. P. is. Maxell, Prop.
established in I
have been or may permits the sale' of liquor; 1-2 cup' water or fresh milk I Question: which causes the most M aU
since July 1 1933.In .
the State ,
the and the people of Florida Voted in mixed., trouble-a misplaced comma or al, BntaflaBBBBBKBKBBBflflBBBBBHBBESTIMATES
Legislature favor ,of repealing the Federal pro- Combine the milk beaten eggs misplaced period? Anyhow when a I

the people a proposed amendment hibition amendment by 'a large, ma- I melted butter' and seasonings pour comma slipped In last week's Kol i

exempting' from taxation a number'of jority. It is a fact, whether we like I over the corn, and bake in a buttered lum, it credited Gayle with more' FURNISHED

industries which had been. recently or' it or not that' liquor is sold in every pan, very slowly, until firm, but yardage in a couple of weeks than I REQUEST

were expected to be soon put in operation community in Florida and that in all no longer. ,his whole gate will contain when I I ;
in the state. The voters of
of the larger comm'unities it is openly Next week I'll give you the favorite : finished. That, 43,010 should have I C.: E. STEB
Florida approved the proposed am- .
sold, with no pretense of any conceal: recipe of the Gulfport cook. been 4,310 yards of concrete.,
endment and it is a of the
now part
ment whatever, and the most ardent Which leads us very neatly to the I held the Kollum over a day this I Electrical Contracting
Constitution of Florida, and it appears I I
that the authors of this original prohibitionist should "welcome any subject of the Gulfport. She has been week to tell you something about the I PHONE 2121 J

kind of ,a change from the present doing splendid work this past week; expected visit of the distinguished '

amendment. forgot to include mo-I unwholesome conditions. better material for, levee building is expected visitors, -and they didn't I PAHOKEE FLORIDA 1t\
tion picture studios within the
scopeof I take the position that since ware being encountered, and from the 27thto ?1 arrive. But they are due ou the Gulf-
the amendment the
by providing is going to have liquor sold in Flor- the 3rd she put up, so it stayed, i port this morning. If they don't get Agent for

same exemption for them as provided ida, whether legally authorized or 459 feet of levee that is, in this stuck somewhere again. Quite evi- GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
for other industries.
new I not, that it is far better to legalize particular spot, 93,450 cubic yard; of dently sandbars are no respectors
The theory behind this kind of legislation I RANGES AND
its sale subject to reasonable regula- earth, or 21,292 cubic yards to, the of persons Or personages.A APPLIANCESAttractive
Is that the
by: encouragementof I
tions. 100 foot station. You see the Gulf- pump caught on fire while be-
industries to locate in Florida
new ,
Since the repeal of the Federal ,
by exempting them from taxation,
Amendment the Federal
more benefits will accrue to the statein Government has 'coll'ected nearly a -

es;the ary'to locating carry of on,,the such employees business and-I sale million of 'dollars liquor in in Florida revenue, while from the the :t ::: F' OJ R S A L E :ii: ::

the consequent more spending of State gets nothing, since its laws pro- .:. ':' ':' .:.

J money which, will be'.used to pay hibit the sale. 1 xfIu

cuch employees and to purchase the The amendment', if adopted will/ Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment U; _: '

r commodities necessary to carryon ,
give the legislature power to enact
the business, than will be lost to the ':' ':'
the necessary laws to properly regulate : '.'
state by the, tax exemption. It is undoubtedly 1X I I xX
the manufacture and sale of intoxicating -
: true. There is n6< doubt ,fz
liquors, subject to the '.'
in my mind that to take, for '
right of any county to Vote dry if it x
and compare the revenue the statea .:. .:. .:. :::
so desires. :This is one'of the many .. .:.
new industry that will :' : .z.
employ 500 i. j. .:. :
confronting the next legislature. .:. .i' ..
men and establish it in : ..z.I .
a- community, i':' '.' I .
will receive from I I .:. 'i' I .'i'. ..z.I .
gasoline and other E. J. HOGEHO, ,JH., ENTERS I .". '..' .:. Z
non-exempt taxes, with what will be : .:. .. :::
.. .:.
lost I :
in the ad valorem tax, on the
( -- :: ;: :!: i
:: : ::
industry that the
comparison is all E. who recently .. .:. :
.J. Rogero,' jr., left I .'. : I
.in favor of tax--exemption. But there for a visit in Pensacola and New I .:. .'i' ''i'' .:!.:

are also arguments' on the other side.It Orleans, has resigned! his position in I ..::.. .:..' '' ...
looks a little unfair to that I .'. ; .!!.*'
say ..
the time-keeping department of the 'l' ..:. .. "-
one business may be exempted from '...'. .'. '.'
and will remain in
company : .
taxation, while .:. .;. 'i' :::
right next
door may New Orleans, where he has passedhis .:.- .' I c d ':' .'.
be located that : g
one because it was examinations for entrance in the XX i

:established prior to 1929, or is. ,one .. ::
novitiate of the Jesuit Order. .:. ; 'i' :
of a kind not covered by the exemp- Mr. Rogero,' son of Mr. and Mrs. xX t

tion amendment, is being taxed to S.:: J. Rogero. of Clewiston was ac- .:. 'i' :'l:
death. It looks little Lr.'r '.' .
a unfair to say '
cepted into the novitiate at Grand .
that a manufacturer of automobilesshall Catogne in Louisana, and will receive -I I ..:... ''; ,. .'i.:. .::.
have his business from .t. .. ..
his training for the priesthoodof :: .;. .;-
taxation while a manufacturer of the Catholic Church there' : I

crates or baskets used by the million Mr, Rogero is a young man of .: y.... ... .'l,
in Florida is struggling beneath the + .;-
sterling qualities, well-liked and respected :i::

burden of taxation. Wouldn't 'the by his associates here, who ::: .;. :::: :::

same argument that is used to support do not doubt that he 'will' be suc- : .:. ':'i.. "T .!.

this exemption from taxation of I 'i' :'l' .':.' ..i'.
cessful in the difficult 'but high calling .
certain industries m'ore : I + .;-
is worth
to I which he has chosen for his ca- fx -:
the people of F.cr'dr; : ; :: ::
than the revenue I reer. :;: :;:' .: ; ;
from I '.' .'
the tt.lU ::which is lost 'z. t -,,. II .. ..
: :
is-be '.' :: .
just as cffcctlva in of -- --- -
support 'i' 'i'
:: .:: I'
an argument for c.oai:>tion of ALL NOTICE .:: 'i' : ::: :::
.. .'. .:.
PROPERTY from ad:: valorem tax'- -- .. .

action. ? If the exemption of certain NOTICE is hereby given that the :_: :: Pay The ,Balance Like Rent :!: ::

industries from will the of .
taxation will inducethe undersigned on 17th day
location ef cuclr industries in September A. D. 1934apply to the :;: :!.: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES +i i'

Florida, with concquentbenefits:: to Hon. George W. Whitehurst, Judgeof :;: :: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :_ ::

the;entire state through the new peo- the Circuit Court in and for Hen-

ple and new business that would be dry 'County, Florida, for license to

brought in, why will not' this same become. a free' dealer. Cewstrni Home Building Association H!

argument apply to the exemption of MRS. EDITH GREENBERG.L'ouis i

HOMES? : .'. I' .. .. i
..O. Gravely, .i' _
,J ..
It is interesting to note that in Attorney for Petitioner. ';:4'?... t .!$ I '

.nit oC the frUSfiemvhUU t* being, N?, 88=,AHB,17,' :34, n, gp, 7, J ""Ai lll"'r" )l lft. __ f r !Ii .
!. .- i