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 14, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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L. Stallings, Hendry county The Clewiston Golf Club is spon-
superintendent of public instruction, soring a benefit dance to be givenat
YOUNG PEOPLE WILL has announced that the regular the Inn next Friday, September
teachers' examination will be held In 21st. Music will be furnished by the

his office in the court house at La- COMPLETED Show[ Boat Orchestra, one of the best LARGEST STRUCTUREThe i
\ Belle on September 20, 21 and 22, lof this section of the state. "
S Thursday, Friday and Saturday of The Club is hoping to raise a fund

September means the opening of next week. The nineteen houses erected on the I[sufficient to complete the furnish- combined hurricane gate and
college for several Clewlston! boys Those expecting to, take this examination government reservation here by Paul ings of the Club house, which open- lock structure which will be erected

and girls, who will be leaving for should notify the superin- H. Smith, contractor, for office em- ed on New Years Day. at Moore Haven will be the largestand
tendent at once. of the U. S. Engineers were most of the
their various locations within a week'. ployees important concrete
Two members of the 1934 graduatingclass completed the first of the week, within Culvert Contract structures included in the Lake Okee !
of the, Clewiston High School I Bids to be Opened In the time limit set by the contract. chobee levee system. Specificationsat

will enter the University of Florida at The government reservation is one I Awarded to ,Paul H. the U. S. Engineers office give
Gainesville. They are Richard Bestor, I Jacksonville Today on of the most desirable sections of complete details of the group: which ,

son of Mr. and Mrs. H.;"A. Bestor, I Clewiston, occupying practically two Smith of Haines CityPaul includes besides the immense con '
Van Bush, son of Mrs. F-', R. Max- I Drainage Spillways entire blocks near the U. S. Engineers crete structure a locktenders house

well, Ed Ward, son of Mr,\ and Mrs.A. office. The houses that have of containing five rooms and bath anda
O. Ward, will also enter the Uni- been constructed here are of a very H. Smith, Haines City, warehouse of.skeet metal construc-
versity of Florida. I Bids will be opened in Jacksonville attractive type of modified Colonial submitted the low bid of approxi- tion.The

Pat McGeehee, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. today at the office of the U. S. En- style of architecture. Although basedon mately $153,000 to the U. S. Engi- gate. will be located about 1-4 I'
A. McGeehee, leaves Sunday for gineers for the construction of sev- two fundamental floor plans, the neers office in Jacksonville last mile northeast of the crossing of
Mont, Verde to enter the Mont Verde enteen drainage spillways along the exterior of the houses, the entrancesand week for the construction of six I I Three Mile canal and the A. C. L.
school for his first term. St. Lucie Canal, from Lock No.1, porches have been varied to pre- drainage culverts on the east shoreof Railroad at Moore Haven. The site :

F. A. McKenzie, Jr., son of Mr. which is at the entrance of-the can- vent a monotony of design. The colors Lake Okeechobee. Bids were, open- 'is near the fish wharf. The method '

;! and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie, has returned al to Lake Okeechobee to Lock No. used on the interiors were chosenby ed Monday, but immediate annouce- of construction will be similar te
to his studies at Tulane University 2, which is ten miles *from Stuart. the occupants of the houses. ment of low bidder was not made that 'or'the hurricane gate at Clewis- I

Vhi 1 in New Orleans. His younger! brother, Forces from the U S. Engineers All but five of the houses are already here.Mr. ton in that a network of wood piling -
office here have already been E. W. Smith is the contractor who foundations. j
Jimmie McKenzie returned to Lake- assigned occupied. Mr. and Mrs. will be used for the
land where he is a student in the to the locations along the St. Digges and family, of Moore Haven, has just completed the erection of On the lakeside the gate will be
Lakeland High School. Lucie and are surveying and map- were the first to move in. Mr. and the nineteen houses and garages,'for very similar in size and style to the

Clewiston's girls have chosen business ping out the locations of the various Mrs. W. S. Cowart and children followed employees of the U. S. Engineerson other hurricane gates on the lake. I

careers themselves and there spillways, each of which will be an in a few days as the second the government reservation here.It On the landside, about 300 feet from

should; be no shortage of stenographers individually designed structure for house reached completion. Duringthe is understood that he has had ex- the lakeside gate, will be another

'and secretaries for a few years. Its particular location. No two will past week and week-end there perience in handling larger con- and smaller gate, similar in design s I
'Miss' Betty Spicer, daughter of Mrs. be built from the same plans, as was a general influx into the new tracts and has1 constructed several to the others. Between these two

Leah_ Spicer and Miss Roberta they vary in length according to the homes. Mr. and 'Mrs. 'I. M. Pafford, post offices in the state. gates will be the locks-an inner

., George, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. needs for drainage. The spillways Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mr. and The ease and apparent smoothnesswith chamber of steel sheet piling capped
Bob George are at business school in are designed largely to prevent the Mrs. A. V. Southard, Mr. and Mrs. which the work'' on the houses with concrete and protected by heavy +

Miami. Miss Eunice Meredith, daughter sand from the surrounding country M .P. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. progressed was a matter o( much timber beams from the buffeting of

/' of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Meredith, from washing into the canal and Raines, Mr. and Mrs. Gayle McFad- favorable comment locally. Mr. Smith boats passing through the locks. The :,
who in June was graduated from forming sand bars. The St. Lucieis den, C. F. Trainor, Major and Mrs.R. proved most obliging and congenialin locks will have an inner clearance
:" Miss Fassifern's school in North Carr the second largest canal in the H. Collins all moved in from consulting those who were sched- width of fifty feet and will be approx-

: olina, is a student in a Jacksonville United States and'sh'ould be easily other Clewiston homes. Mrs. Robt': uled to occupy the various houses as imately 300 feet long. The amountof

t. ; .r business college, which Miss Mary navigable, but due to the constant Smith and son arrived from Savan-. to the color and finish to be used concrete and structural steel involved -.
'".": Louise Oglesby, daughter of Mr. and formation of sand bars after heavy nah to ,join Mr. Smith in their new in each. He and his associates made in this gate will be approximately
.''''"'. Mrs. H. J. Oglesby is also attending. rains it has not been possible to home. Mr. and Mrs. '''J. F. McLure many friends among Clewiston peo- : twice that of the other four

:" Miss Mae Lily Stone, daughter of bring large vessels through it. Muchof moved Saturday from Moore 'Haven. ple who will be glad to know 'of I gates now under construction at

'.', '.,' Mrs. E. D. ,Bennett is in business the material and equipment now Mrs. A. N. Gallant and daughterscame the new contract which will keep I Clewiston, Miami Locks, Belle Glade :
in use on the Lake Okeechobeeand Beach where in this and Canal Point. !
I' ',' school in Lakeland..Miss Vesta Allen, from West Palm them vicinity.Mr.
f-; : : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Allen concrete, structures were brought they have been for several months.Mr. Smithalso received the con- A comfortable lock-tenders house
'::';r/" is attending school in Demorest, into the lake .via the St. Lucie. and Mrs. F. J. Nebiker, Mr. tract for installation of Pyrofax ranges will be erected conveniently near the r
Georgia. The canal will form the eastern and Mrs. J. B. Dotterer, Mr. and Mrs.R. and. hot water heaters in the-houses gates. This house will be similar in

',. portion of the cross-state waterway F. Ingersoll, Mr. and Mrs. MarkR. on the reservation. This work finish size and design, .to the houseson
which will be completed on the Lawler and Lieutenant Mills will will require about three weeks. the government reservation in
< : Canning Plant to be western side by dredging and deep- occupy the remaining four homes. The six" drainage culverts are to Clewiston, with an overall measure-
ening the Three Mile Canal aid the be located follows: two on Bacom ment of 35 by 35 feet. The fram

Built In Pahokee Caloosahatchee ,River. Kiwanis[ Team Wins Point, one at Sand Cut, one a short ,' building will contain five comfortable ;
distance west of Sand Cut and two rooms ,with bath, screen porch i

I BENEFIT BRIDGE TODAY From Fort PierceThe near Port Mayacca. The cost of the and ample closet space. tiThe :
Fulfillment of a long-felt need in''r -- six is approximately $153,000.00. warehouse will be of struct- !
the Everglades is seen in plans of I I Mrs. C. L. Downs is entertaining Work will begin within 30 days ural steel frame with sheet metal :

the Sunshine'Packing corporation for I at the Clewiston Inn this afternoon Clewiston Kiwanis Diamondball after the contractor is given noticeto covering and will be placed on con- :

establishment of a modern vegetable with, a benefit bridge party, the pro- Team won 11-9 Tuesday night proceed, and must be completed crete pier foundation. The warehousewill
canning plant at Pahokee. I I ceeds to go the the Ladies Aid So- from the Fort Pierce Firemen in Fort within six months. I be 50 by 25 feet and will con-

Construction work on the plant ciety of the Community Church and Pierce before a large crowd of Fort tain garage space. The warehouse !
be used to complete furnishings of will be used as a depot for auxiliary
will be started within several weeks Pierce fans. Clewiston's big, inning,
.' and it should be in operation by I I the parsonage. the third in which six runs were scor- 'I FERA Has Mattress I I equipment and it is probable that

early November, according to C. M. ed, played a large part in the final i) the set of .needle dams will be kept

Hermanson of Belle Glade, presidentof 65 Florida Banks' score of 1L to 9. Factory In W. P. BeachA S here. The needle dams are of timbers
and are prepared so that they may
the corporation., :Howard Campbell, pitching for
,J A site has been acquired on the Clewiston, had full control of the easily be put in place across the lake-
railroad near the Florida Power and May Make LoansFons situation until the ninth when with mattress factory, operated by side and the landside of any of the

Light Company's plant in Pahokee, the help of several errors made by the FERA, was established last weekin hurricane gate structures for any a t

lumber for the building has been pur- A. Hathaway, federal hous- Clewiston, Fort Pierce scored 4 runs West Palm Beach and is turningout necessary repair to the permanent

chased, all the machinery and equipment ing administrator for Florida, has after two men were out but Lang a few mattresses each day. The gates.
whole unit will be well light
has! been bought and contracts announced a list of 65 Florida banks .. took a long fly in left field for the mattresses are of cotton and a good The
I I quality ticking, it is said, and are ed with flood lights placed at intervals -
have been signed for the deliveryof which' have been approved to grant final out and ended a ball game. '
being male of surplus materials to I on the property. The advertisement -
approximately 2,000,000 cans and loans under provisions of the Federal Clewiston started scoring early in
a sealing machine, Mr. Hermanson. Modernization Act. the game. In the first inning with provide work for unemployed and I I for bids includes a bid on'I 3,
I installation of light plant.
yesterday for distribution to needy families.
said Banks in this section on the list two on base Coburn Moore hit a ,
I Bids will be at the Jack-
Karl Riddle of. West Palm Beachis include the West Palm Beach At- home run into left field. The Kiwan- Mattresses from the West Palm opened
vice-president of the company, and I lantic National Bank, at West Palm ians were never in serious trouble Beach factory will be given to ,, families sonville office of' U. S. Engineers, j
and work will underway -
October first get
I relief in Palm Beach, Hendry, ,
Elvin A. Bass, also of West Palm Beach, the DeSoto National Bank at I II i after that.Batteries.
is Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, shortly afterwards.
Beach secretary and treasurer.
I Arcadia, the Security State Bank at : I "- -
Lester W. Geisler has prepared the I Kiwanis-Campbell and Freed- Okeechobee and Glades counties i
j Ft. Ogden, the Punta Gorda State I Edwards Waived
plans for, the building and Riddle i Bank at Punta Gorda, the Palmer lund, Firemen-Kruse and Johnson. These counties comprise division 9
and Yetter, Inc., of Palm Beach are I I National Bank and Trust Company I I Clewiston's line-up included: Yoe- of the relief organization of the Hearing

.t ) the engineers and contractors. I at Sarasota, and the Broward Bank I I mans, 1st base; E. Clark, 2nd base; state. Preliminary ?

String beans, limas, beets, okra, and Trust Company at Fort Lauder- B. Nail, 3rd base; Cy Cruze, ss. H.

peas, rhubarb, sauerkraut, spinach dale. ,. I Lang, 1. f.; R. Whiddon, c. f.; Jr. I UEAIDSLEYASSAILANT Ernest Edwards, arrested in con- '
turnip greens and tomatoes are some I. Thomas, r. f.; C. Moore s. f. I IS PASSED UP nection with the recent robbery of
of the products that will be handledby 'I The victory speaks well for the I the Clewiston Post Office, waived
the plant, according to Mr. Her- MARGIE ALLEN'S SIXTH local team as the Fort Pierce Fire-
in Friday
BIRTHDAY PARTY THURSDAYThe I Julius Herring, who in the springs preliminary hearing Tampa
manson. With a country-side short- men recently won the Florida East I
I of '1933 inflicted severe knife woundson before the United States commissioner. -
of canned vegetables
age ing in the United States the now exist sixth birthday of Margie Al- Jim Beardsley in a quarrel over Failing to make $5,000 bond he
promoters -
len, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DanB. I possession of land, was scheduledfor was placed in the Sarasota county
convinced they have hit
are on ing which the Clewiston team was federal
jail, and bound over to the
trial in Criminal
Allen was celebrated with a partyat a second courtin
an auspicious time for getting it eliminated by the Firemen. '
the home of her parents ; West Palm Beach Wednesday, but grand jury.Edwards.
i underway. Government reports Indi- .I'hurS-1
, arrested here ten
cate that the tomato pack will be five day afternoon. KIWANIS CLUB HEARS the trial was passed up at the pres- was Constable E. B. Butler.
After an afternoon of outdoor ent session of court. days ago by
P ". million cans under normal this sea- SPEECH OP ATTORNEY suicide shortly after
, Mrs. Allen Herring was convicted of He attempted
son and the market is said to be games and a charge
his wrists witha
served delicious refreshments, in- of assault on Mr. Beardsley after the his arrest, slashing
:: practically devoid of canned beets, Attorney J. M. Couse, of Moore I pocket-knife. As soon as he recovered -
and cluding the birthday cake, to Doris case was originally tried in May,
peas corn. Haven and Clewiston
was the speaker sufficiently he was placed in
". Simmons Doris Levinson, Louis 1933. Herring's motion for
a new
The Pahokee will have
plant a at the weekly luncheon meetingof custody of Frank Tippins, deputy U.
Blount Bernice and Law- trial was denied and he sentenced -
Beulah, was
capacity of 1,500 cans in a ten-hour the local Kiwanis Club, held at S. Marshal by whom he was transferred 1
I, and will rence Guthrie, Gloria and Carleen toserve five :years in tho state
day approximately
'.j : employ the Watanabe Hotel Wednesday ev- to Tampa for hearing.
100 white people to handle that out- Freedlund, Annette and Richard ening. penitentiary, but the Supreme court

r..:, put. Its capacity can be doubled by Simpson, Nora Oglesby, Fay Lou Mr. Couse's subject was "Loss reversed this and a second trial was BOARD PURCHASES BUS i

'5:j, ,,' using two ten-hour shifts daily. Mitchell, Junior Mills, Janice Wynn, Through Change", and was ably docketed.Mrs. FOR CLEWISTON SCHOOL
> ; Lack of suitable water, one of the Gene Land and Gene Bledsoe. handled, the speaker pointing out

chief obstacles to canning operations Margie received many lively gifts. that constant shifting from one idea Dave Alston, Mrs. Roy Alston A Ford V-S school bus with an all-

in the Lake 'Okeechobee section, has to another or from' one activity or and children and Walter Alston left steel body conforming in every detailto

, been overcome by an arrangement Tallahassee, Sept.3, (FNS)- G. method to another resulted in lost Wednesday for Columbus, Georgia. state requirements was purchasedby
';;' 't' with the Florida Power and Light J. Register, tax collector of Hamilton motion and a certain degree of in- Martha Nell Alston who has spent the Hendry county board of public -
1 +. ., company to obtain water from its County is the first tax collector to I efficiency. two months with her grandparents, Instruction Saturday from the La-
l / plant until the new Pahokee water comply with the request of Comptroller Several musical numbers, presented will return with them. Walter Alston Belle Motor Company.The .
, system is completed., J. M. Lee, that all county tax by Mrs. K. S. McMullen, pianist, will remain at his home near Colum- bus will be placed on the
,I I Operations during the coming sea- rolls for 1934 be filed in his office and Lawson Jones, violinist, were bus. He has been visiting his brothers Hooker's -Point route here ,when
(Continued on page 4) not later than November 1. cordially received. for the past several weeks. school opens October firsts





The administration! however, still PRINCE GEORGE
I Able'
News Review of Current hoped that. the strike could be averted Bird to Foretell .
through the efforts of the national Good and Bad Seasons'

labor relations board headed by Lloyd

Events the 'World Over Garrison. The union leaders' have Many wild creatures have un-
made it plain that they expect the canny ways of forecasting the weather -' 1

strike will be Indirectly financed by writes O. G. Pike, the naturalist, '

the government through the relief or- In London Tit-Bits. They know to r.+ i ia

ganizations. ,They admit that their certainty when a violent change la -

Secretary Morgenthau on Costs of New 'Deal-Realign- unions have not sufficient funds to :. % (a approaching, and those of us who

carry the workers through the prospective 4'i can read the secrets of the fields are
ment of NRA Codes-Interesting Resultsof period ,of Idleness. often able to predict coming galesor

storms with'more certainty than

Recent Primaries.By ENATOR THOMAS D. SCHALL of our meteorological office.

S Minnesota, Republican engagedIn One can understand a bird or mam-.

EDWARD W. PICKARD an acrimonious controversy with mal having a presentiment of a galeor

President Roosevelt concerning the storm which Is likely to arrive
!: by Western Newspaper Union. former's assertion that within a few hours, but what can

OF THE TREASURY the total quantity of tobacco used In the 'administration is one think of wild birds that are able

SECRETARY In his first speech the United States during the previous "+ Sri seeking to curb the to arrange their domestic affairs according -.
I since taking office forecast an even- year for the manufacture of cigars. : press and the blind to the kind of weather they ; ,

tual Inflation of $2,800.000,000 by announcing The reductions In duties on fruits !fin l senator used languagethat ,I are going to live through months

the treasury and vegetables Imported from Cuba was so disre- ahead?

expects sooner or laterto apply only to certain seasons and thus spectful to the Chief The spotted bower bird of western

apply Its gold"prof- are not as objectionable to domestic Executive that even Australia Is able to accomplish this. .

It" to a reduction of producers as they might otherwise be. Mr. Roosevelt's sever- Her, usual clutch"of eggs Is two, but

the national debt. As against the concessions made to est critics could not she varies the number according to V

"For the present this Cuba, which are regarded as so Important approve of It. The The engagement is announced of the amount' of food she will be able '

i $2,81)0,000.000 is tinder from the standpoint of that; President had asked Prince George of England, fourth son to collect for tier family when they

V lock and key," Mr. country as to offer great promise of -Senator' TT7 Mr. Schall for the of King George and Queen Mary, and arrive. If a good season Is approachIng -

y Morgenthau said economic recovery, there should be Schall 1'acts" on whIch h" Princess- Marina of Greece, niece of she will lay three eggs, for Instinct '

U "Most of It:, by authority rather widespread benefits to agrIcul- based his recent assertion that the late King Constantine. tells her that food will be

of congress, Is tural and Industrial producers of the plans are under consideration for plentiful. If a long drouth Is Von Its

segregated in the so- United States.BELIEvfNJ. "a national press service to take the way, she gives up domestic affairs i.

-".-.".V; <.-.0 call e d stabilization )j place of ,the Associated Press, the LEGAL PROFESSION entirely for that season. If moderate -

Secretary fund and for the the emergency phase of Hearst News" service and the Unit: MUST CLEAN HOUSESo weather is expected, a single egg

Morgenthau'present we propose to adjustment Is about ed ,Press. This service, Mr. Schall Is laid. The mating season Is about

keep It there. But I call your atten- over, the AAA officials are simplifyingtheir said would "have exclusive use six weeks ahead of the actual hatch-

tion to the fact that ultimately we expect program for the future. Tenta of ,all government news and be In a Declares President of Bar Ing, so,she has to work out her problems

this profit' to flow back Into the tively they propose'these control plans position to give Its service only to Association. well in advance.

stream of our other revenues and for 1935: those newspapers loyal to the Roose-

thereby reduce the national debt. Wheat 10 per cent reduction In velt dictatorship." "Float" Used on Airplane Ill.
The "profit" In question ,accrued acreage below that of the base pe- "Once these facts are In my hands," needs Wis.-The. leg; .U profession The term pontoon Is obsolete. The

through a bookkeeping operation when riod, 1930-32 inclusive ; desired acre- said Mr. Roosevelt, "they will receive a good, old-fashioned housecleaning word float is used. It Is a completely

the amount of gold fixed by law as the age, about '62,000,000; desired produc- Immediate attention In order to make Kan. told, Earle W. Evans, Wichita, Inclosed water-tight structure at-
of the
equivalent of $1 was reduced from tion, 750,000,000 to 775,000.000 bushels. Impossible the things you say will be AmericanBar tached to an aircraft In order to giveIt
23.22 grains to 13.71 grains. This Corn-Possibly a 15 to 20 per cent', done, because I am Just as much opposed at the opening of theorganization's buoyancy and stability when In

meant that an ounce of gold was reduction In acreage, instead of 20 to to them as you are." annual meeting. contact with the surface of the wa t
worth $20.67 one day and the next 30 per cent as specified by the 1934 The senator Immediately sent to the president of the association,' ter. In float seaplanes the crew Is
said the bar
had a value of $35. program., President and made public a 650 word must find effective! meansof carried In a fuselage, or nacelle,

Just previously the treasury had Hogs and other livestock" -:,No direct letter In which he said In part: purging its ranks'of undesirablesand separate from the float.

taken title to all the monetary gold in control supply being regulated by ad- "You ask me for 'Information' con- should stress bar integration in
order to i
the country, paying for it at the $20.67 justment of feed crops. cerning what you yourself have done. restore public' faith In the

rate. On every ounce It made a "profit" Cotton-10 to 15 per cent acreage Are you attempting to secure the facts profession. MercoJizedWaxAbsorb

of $14.33, the difference betweenthe reduction under base period, 1928-32, so that you may be In a position to refute Carefully avoiding comment on the
New Deal, which has come in for in
purchase figure and $35. Inclusive, Instead of about 40 per cent ; yourself?
The secretary gave In figures his es- desired acreage, 32,000.000 to 37,000- i "Your telegram to me bears out the dividual attacks by attorneys at the

timate of the cost of the New Deal. 000; desired production, 11,500,000 to suggestion of the constant effort to meeting, Evans urged the association Vii;
members to aid In
bringing about "a
Against an Increase of 6000000. 13,000,000 bales."FERGUSONISM". mislead and fool the public. Your desire -
000 In the national debt, he asserted, to make yourself appear before firmer footing of government. Laterhe

rarlous assets should be deducted.He the people of the United States as cham- said : 4'i
in, Texas was "Our country has not to the
listed them follows gone
as : pion of'a free press may be as Insin-
An Increase of $1,600,000.000 In the fatal blow bow-wows, no matter what you thinkof
cere as promises to the Zb
your people
when 'James V. Allred the
young the probable effect of recent developments
treasury's cash balance since March 4, when you accepted the Democratic ':
torney general of the state, won the and it is not going there
nomination at Chicago with the statement
s Skin Young
Democratic nomina- unless
? there unhappily occurs a col-
The to
gold "profit, amounting $2- that for their
were platform
tion for governor, in lapse of patriotism of most Improbable Absorb blemishes and discoloration using
800,000.000.An .
the 100 per cent. Mercolizcd Wax daily; as directed. Invisible
Increase In the net assets of Democratic run- proportions. particles of aged skin are freed and all
y s off primary. By a ma- date you have not kept one "It Is most.unfortunate," he added defects such as blackheads, tan, freckles and
agencies wholly owned or financed by of the covenants you pledged the people large pores disappear. Skin is then beauti-
the government amounting to $1,095- ority of about 45,000 "that at this time the public seemingly fully clear, velvety and so soft-face looks
$ votes he defeated at that time. Let me recall your I lacks the confidence In lawyers years younger. Mercolized Wax brings out
000,000. + w testy anger at your disappointment In your bidden beauty.At all leading druggists.,
Tom F. Hunter who
4 that must reside in leaders of
successful -
Morgenthau did not carry the, prop- t'1Y was backed for the keeping out of the press code the expression I Powdered Saxolite i
osition through to its arithmetical mov Dents. There is a suspicion I Reduces wrinkles and other age-signs. SimI I
nomination by "Ma" a free press. [I ply dissolve one Saxolite in I
abroad In the land these days. We ounce naif-pint
conclusion but the cost of the New
the Schall went on to cite what he witch hazel and use daily as face lotion. 1
Ferguson, present even have been classed with the most
Deal under
his theory would amount
called "specific evidence" of, an Inten- ft"N
"* governor, and her hus- depraved gangsters and racketeers."
to $505,000,000.
tion by the President to torce'a' cen-
band. James E.
Ferguson Discussing the .:New Deal Informally _
;.iIi "u who sorship of the press so that "your acts ''
Mr.\ Evans said :
GHUGH S. JOHNSON, through J. V. Allred occupied the office un' and the acts of your Communistic
"Some men apparently believe that
has flatly denied bureaucrats might be hidden from pub- ,
til ousted by the legislature. The Fer- the so-called New Deal has made sub eL
the story of his dispute with Donald gusons have controlled Democratic lic gaze."
stantial contributions to our
Rlchberg and Secretary of Labor Per- Mr. Roosevelt sent the senator an prosperIty
politics In Texas for some twenty
and is valid and otherwise desir- Hundreds of Bargains!
kins over control of the NRA but well- answer sharply rebuking him for his '
years, but,their sway probably Is now able, while others appear to believe Send right Now for this
informed persons In Washington believe "vituperative" letter "which gives no interesting hie Newcat-
coming to an end. Mr. Allred Is only
that It has retarded actual .
recoveryIs DOW aloe It' filled with
it Is true. The President calmed facts and does not answer my simple
thirty-five years old, but has come to unconstitutional, un-American and thrilling information
the storm but put off the decision. The the top swiftly. His nomination is request." In conclusion he said: "The i0 MOMHS I about Dramorids. Watches
In other offensive. the Jewr and inn-
ways Upon TO
NRA Is being reorganized temporarilyto equivalent to election.UPTON incident is closed. pensive Rift items. 132
merits of the great question thus
serve until the next' congress givesIt suggested Sal, page.Dozens of illus
every thoughtful man has developed 5 trations.. Tells how you
permanent form, and for the pres- people the world over re- can buy First Quality
SINCLAIR, the Socialist BRITISH a definite opinion which no Blue Whiti Diamonds with every confidence...and
ent Johnson retains his supremacy.To at the announcement that be sure of Size WEIGHT.QUALITY and FAIR PRICE.
who turned Democrat In doubt surges ''within him for forcefuland Established IBS. Diamondseot for Ira txamlnati .
bring about greater efficiencyand Prince fourth of, the
George, son king, Liberal credit. Small down payment; 10 month to pay.
economy the codes of the NRA order to run for the Democratic, nomi- was engaged to wed the lovely PrIn- repeated expression. tfontplatk gttaranut. S per cent discount for sub,
t nation for governor of California, succeeded This attitude augured well for the BOOK v.'riu"'tor.,.+eep ,
are being realigned. Industry Is di- cess Marina, niece of FREE. NooOlwafionrsbary.
vided Into 22 classes, the Initial move In his purpose. In the primarieshe the late King Constantine nation, Mr. Evans said. F Tin" Old Rittabb. Oriffina Dia..,end

toward cutting down the number of ran far ahead of. George Creel, who of Greece. The and WaUCndit How

y codes from 682 to about 250 and groupIng was director of propaganda during the announcement from New Indiana Legion ;Ar-TV. $i; r A'

; them In ten grand divisions. Mergers World war; Justus S. Wardell, conservative the palace in London Chief Assumes Office

are relied on to make the drastic and Milton K. Young, the said: "It is with the
Democratic candidate' in Gary, Ind.-Frank Kossa of Jeffer-.
reduction In the number of codes. 1930. Sin- greatest pleasure that
Codes with similar or related Inter- clair campaigned on a plan "to end the king and queen sonvllle, Ind., assumed his new officeof .For.
poverty In California" which was set state commander of the Indiana
are grouped together. Allied announce the betrothal iIFIy
businesses will thus receive identical forth in a book he published. It calls of their dearly beloved ; American Legion, the post to which Burns Scalds Cuts

treatment on common problems, officials for the state to take over and operate son!I Prince J /,w he was elected at the annual convention ,
defunct factories and businesses and +J i here. The Legionnaires voted Red
said. The codes also are expected George to Princes Rough Hands
to be easier and cheaper to ad- farms acquired because of tax delin- Marina, daughter ot ------ their 1935 meeting place as IndIan- ,

minister. quencies as a means of placing the Prince and Princess Prince George apolis. Cnticura Ointment
The 22 classifications I in unemployed. Sinclair's opponent In Other state officers elected are: Dr.J. ,
turn are Nicolas of Greece, to which union the '
based on four fundamental groups as the election will be Frank F. Merriam, king has gladly given his consent"An R. Lafayette and GeorgeV. Is soothing and healing. A box I

follows: the Republican acting governor. Sen acquaintance that dated back Litchfield of Jasper, vice commanders should bat hand in every

Producing Industries-Food, textiles, ator Hiram W. Johnson easily won re- five years to the young couple's first ; John Ruddick of Indianapolis, household. a

leather and fur, ferrous metals, 'nonferrous nomination and Is'on the Republican, meeting In London ripened into love finance officer; John Linder of Oak

metals, non-metallic, products, Democratic, Progressive and Common- at the summer home of Prince Paul of ; Linden, judge advocate ; the Rev. Price 25c and 50<:.

fuel l, lumber and timber, chemicals and wealth tickets; his only opponent is Jugoslavia where Prince George and Floyd J. Seelig of Pendleton, chaplain Proprietors: Potter Drug & Chemical

paints and drugs, paper rubber. George R. Kirkpatrick, Socialist. Princess Marina have been visiting.The and Stanley T. AndrzejewskI of Corporation Malden,Mas*.
South Carolina Democrats will have South Bend, sergeant-at-arms. Mrs
-Equipment:, princess, who was educated In
manufacturing graphic arts, 'construc- to hold a runoff primary to decide be- Athens. Paris, and London, speaks Margaret Barr of Princeton was elect-

tion. tween Cole L. Blease, former governor fluently French, English Greet, Russian ed department president of the Amer- PARKER'SHAIR

Service Industries-Public utilities, and senator, and Olin D. Johnston, and German. She Inherits all the ican Legion Auxiliary. ReawvesDandrag-StopsHatrFaliing BALSAM

transportation, communications, amuse- young attorney of Spartansburg. for beauty land charm of her Russian imparts Color and

ments, finance.Distributing. the gubernatorial nomination. In a mother and the pleasing personal Bomb Wrecks Home BeantytoCrayandFadedllair 60o and{1.00 at Druggists i
trades-ProfessIons andserylces referendum held as a guide for the leg- qualities of her father.DESPITE Minister HTscoi Chem Wk .P..t,. <'VU(!.NY I
wholesale and retail codes. islature the drys were defeated. of Cuban connectionwithParkei FLORESTON SHAMPOO sHairBaisam.Makesthe-Ideal for use In

Democrats of Mississippi also will the Polish 'denials: that a Havana, Cuba.-A terrific bomb explosion hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or at druggists -

MUCH political benefit to the ad- hold a runoff primary to determine pact has been concluded tore out the front, of the homeof I .Hiscox Chemical Works.Patchogne,N.Y.
whether Former Governor Theodore G. Mario Diaz Cruz, member of the
in the congressional between Germany and Poland, LaLiberte
campaign Is expected to accrue from Bilbo or Senator. Hubert D. Stephens nationalist newspaper of cabinet without portfolio, and did

the reciprocal trade treaty with Cuba shall represent the state in the senate. Paris charges that such a treaty has widespread damage In the section. Do you lack PEP ?
which has just been I The front of the Banco Central de
announced. It been signed, and gives Its alleged
Cuba Central of ) caved Are you all in, tired and run down?
( Bank Cuba
is the
first of the GORMAN which
projected trade FRANCIS: J. head of the stipulations provide that Poland
agreements and little criticism of It Is of the United Tex- shall relinquish the Polish corridor to In and windows of store and residences -

likely to be heard. The domestic sugar tile Workers, sent to the sectional the reich in exchange for German sup- In a four-block area, were shat- jTrnf

producers, who of course do not like leaders the secret Instructions for a port of a Polish attempt to gain con- tered. UfJ

the reduction In the duty on Cuban general walk-out in the cotton textile trol of Lithuania, peaceably or other. TONiC
sugar, were prepared for the Illinois State Fair
action industry on September 4. The order wise. Will rid yOU fMPJ
by discussions of past months and accordingly affects approximately 500,000 cotton The nationalist organ: reports In additIon Dead

had adjusted themselves to mill workers ; and about 300,000 more five military and territorial ar- Head Drops lL I llf? J.! -' .
the situation. will go on strike then or soon afterIn ticles and the fact that the treaty con Jacksonville, 111.-Edward S. Collins fA [
The domestic tobacco of Prentice 111. general and build you up.Used for 63 years for Chills,
interests series of ,
are the silk, rayon and woolen mills. tains a economic'agreements. Fever,Malaria/ and
consoled for reductions In duties chief of the the Illinois State Fair, dropped dead \
by "I am fully convinced, Gorman told The latter calls for fur- A General TonicSOc
the limitation of Imports of Cuban reporters, "that the strike not only nishing raw materials to Germany by here during the dedication of the new. '
cigar leaf tobacco, cigars aid cheroots will materialize but will be success- Poland, even In time of war In return Morgan County fair grandstand.: and $1.00 At AU Druggists

of all kinds to; 18 per cent of ful." for German exports to Poland.










a driver who sees clearly,
ByVINGIE so far as he is aware, and who pays

attention to the road still finds driv-

E. ROE ing a car hazardous business. Such ,

a man will be interested in what 1

THE BORDER Copyright, Doubleday Dornn& Co., Inc.yNU Dr. Alvah R. Lauer, of Iowa State ;

: Service college, says about the physical short- I

comings of apparently normal people. I:

( Clarity of vision is merely one of :.

the qualities of normal eyesight. A

secondary quality is width' of the
SYNOPSIS that day In'the.buckboard, like fright- "Miss Sa varin," he, said, "1 can't "Not th' Navvys, no, ma'am," he field of vision. Normally, a person

ened quaiL tell you. A lot of places for th' first said painfully, "but they ain't all there looking straight ahead detects the

Seeking death by throwing: herself Sonya smiled at them, took their un- question-nowhere for th' last one. are, you know." of when it
presence a car
I up
from Lone Mesa, to escape dishonorat resisting hands I told you before, I wasn't fit to talk How well she knew i But she was beside him but do
the hands of a drunken desperado some not become
Then she smiled at to. I am a drifter if like just the Inference had
Sonya Savarin allows herself to be res- Spartow."I you sorry been drawn. aware of it until it moves ahead. Extreme -
cued by her suddenly repentant at- thank you, sir," she said gently, goin' through th' country." "As for being drunk-wIll you believe sufferers from narrow visionare

tacker. The girl Is a self-appointed "and I shall not forget your kindnessIn "Oh, no, you're not." said Sonya, me when I say I haven't toucheda said to possess tunnel vision but
the ,
physician an Arizona to sheep Navajo ranch Indians with, livingon her letting me take, them. I hope you'll "the day you came, In the store you glass or a bottle since-since that many,persons have less than the nor-

brother Serge, his wife, Lila, and their ask Mr. Satter to tell the fathers next were 'familiar with the place and had daYr-On, th' cliff? Every time I've tried mal field of 185 to 195 degrees and

email daughter, Babs. She Is engagedto time, will you please, Mr. Spartow been there before. Don't you think I your face has come before me plainas do not suspect the fact.

Rodney ,Blake, wealthy New Yorker, Mr. returned the know white furi.ot
Spartow smile witha a few things plain-the It, the Depth of vision also Is
but her heart is necessaryto
with the
Navajos and she evades a wedding. look that promised to ask the gov- "What do you know he asked courage-G-dl.! I choke an' quit try- safe driving. This means that the

Sonya pulls Little Moon, wife of Two ernment for a million-dollar[ loan If quickly. :t' In'." man behind the wheel must not only

Fingers, a Navajo, through the crisis she thought it necessary. "Nothing concrete, only ; 1, know a '"I'm glad," she said.! "Didn't I tell be able to see a car in the road

grateful.of an Illness.Blake Two returns Fingers to New is deeply York An'd presently Sonya Savarin was stranger when 'I see one by his very you it was never too late to..look up? but must be aware of whether it is

declaring he will give Sonya six more driving down across the illimitable actions. Well, 'we won't talk of that," Didn't I?" traveling with him,' standing still, or

months and then demand she keep her levels with joy In her heart and the she added gently, "where are you. goIng "Sure you did, but that don't mean coming toward hlm7and: ; approximately :

promise to marry him. Sonya again hushed little Navajos huddled In now?" anything in this case. I'm just telling how fast. Depth ;perception Is linked :

had meets repulsed the man on Lone whose Mesa.advances He tell she against her with instinctive trust. "Why, nowheres. That Is-I was, you that your face stopped my liquor" with another point, eye dominance.

her h* bitterly regrets his action. She was' thinking what fun she just ridln' around for exercise, sort of. "It'll stop a lot of things for you," Many people who get headaches

.Son/a !. affected, but would have watching Cactus Flower's the girl said in'-a rush and
unforgiving. She Un d'Oro, here, he needs a lot of ex was as- when they are tired do so because
hears rumors of, a Border bandit "El haggard face when she took them in tonished at herself
ercise. they are seeing out of only one j
; Capitan Diablo eye
t f: him with her attacker., and vaguely On Lone connects Mesa to the hidden hogan in the canyon. He smiled and patted the shining "What-do you 'mean?" he said although they do not know It. Two f M

she again comes upon the strange young neck at his saddle bow. slowly. eyes are needed for threedimensionsIght.
man, but the no longer fears him. CHAPTER V "I-oh, I don't know !1" said Sonya,
"Un d'Oro-Golden One, said Son
he reiterates his sorrow over trembling, "only know. you've got to
Color blindness is
his misconduct, she indicates forgiveness ya. "What a lovely name. And what a a common and
stop-stop that Border stuff. Thatyou've
and assures him a man can always Deep Things Begin to Glimmer. wonderful horse. He's the most beautiful widely recognized fault. Another
change for the better. got to change-the leopard thing needed for safe driving Is
That little matter proved almost thing I ever saw done up in spots."

more than she could stand however, horsehide. You love him, don't you?" "You." he said wetting his lips, strength in the hands for emergency

CHAPTER IVContinued7 ,for the Indian mother, watching the The man's face lighted as with in- which had suddenly lost their color, use; there must also be the ability :.

east continually since her previous ner fire. "you=-want me to-do that?" to Judge speed of movement, and the

visit having taken her advice literally, "Well-some," he said. "Yes," said Sonya thickly, "yes." right amount of awareness to sudden i

Sonya was as good as her word. collapsed at sight of her children, and For a while they sat in silence, at'a "Then, by G-d !1" he said throughhis noise. All these and many other

On Wednesday of that week she Sonya bad a brisk half hour In bringing loss for something to talk about, and teeth, "I'll-" I .abilities are part of every person's

took the disreputable old car and set her round again. then Sonya told him about Cactus What he meant to say was not I. makeup in varying degrees. We recognize -
apparent -
out across the wild and lonely land in them by saying a driver is .
When she was able to clasp themIn Flower and how Mr. Satter had taken for at that moment they both
the general direction of the government her children alert, or capable, observant, quick, I
her shaking arms the sight was what they had been too tensely
school for which Satter cool] but ,seldom think to discover
was the enough to wring a heart less soft than 'D-n !I" he said flushing "Excuse strung to hear before-the roar of a :

gathering agent. Doctor Sonya's.But me-but some people, Just ain't human motor in the sky. A small gray ship which particular combintaions of !
:. She had never been there, but she I'd like to that perception and nervous control pro- ;
all's well that ends well, and see agent on- slipped directly over their heads

knew where,it was, and she' had once the girl finally rode away, leading her He stopped, and Sonya felt her and dropped to a landing on the desert duce these desirable qualities. It

met the superintendent, a polished, heart contract, for she knew he had out beyond. The man took one look, goes without saying, however, that a !
hard-eyed ___=== -_ lbJ J driver who recognizes his deficiencies
efficiency expert who had and
almost, said "a cross. reaching out .an arm, he pushed
gone out of his way to attract her at- What was this man? What was in Sonya and Darkness back into the can take steps to compensate for

tention. He was a widower and the soul of him? What strange con- canyon's mouth, Un d'Oro shielding them.-Detroit Free Press.

seemed to fancy himself considerably, tradictions? What' savageries and con- them both. The touch of his breast

which was more than Sonya did. tritions, what sympathies and cruel against her shoulder, the scent of him,

The large rooms were sweetly cool ties? What connection did he have tobacco and sweat, the nearness of his I 1

In the early summer heat, and she with those awful retributions across bronze cheek, sent a wave of weaknessover No More Freckles;

-took off her hat and the girl
back In
the Border of which the Servant had : Weather-Beaten SkinIt
her chair in "Get back !I" he "for I
th' love
grateful enjoyment.She rasped, Ii
% --"" hinted What did the strange old ,man i
had not long to wait for of heaven Go In deep, please, an'don't
presently know about him? The henchman of is so easy now to have a lovely
the superintendent, a Mr. Claude Beelzebub he had called''' him-for no come out till It's gone." skin of satin-like texture; to have .

Spartow, came in briskly with extended other in all this country answered to Then he had struck his heels to Un smooth, white, flawless new beauty. I
"K' band. d'Oro's shining flanks and was out likea Just begin tonight r """'" "
the of the One
description Blue-eyed '
by famous \ .' >,
t' "Why, Miss Savarin-Doctor Savarin, with Bronze-colored Hair. Sonya felt flash across the sand. Nadinola: (f.F,6

1 should say, though the austere title cold, as if a wind of portent had blown For a moment Sonya'' sat where he Cream, Bleaching't t ,i '.. !!

don't seem to belong to a girl like you across ,her spirit. And swift on Its had left her, shaking as with: a chill, trusted for over a ', 0'_' I
bewildered generation. The min- :A.J !
and a little scared.
1. -thIs is a pleasure, I assure you heels a sadness came, the odd, unac- ute you smooth it on., '
What this?
Come right into my office." countable feeling of personal loss and was Nadinola begins to '
What had driven the blood from his
He led her Into his private office, a sorrow which had assailed her that whiten, smooth and j : ,:[, ".
face? clear skin. Tan ; : : '.: ]
spacious, comfortable place, its walls night at Myra's. your "
And why did he go straight to the and freckles muddy lined with filing cases, and pulled up "I'm a violent man Miss Savarin," plane if he was frightened? sallow color vanish' :'.,\ ",.<: :

the deepest ,big chair. he said strangely, "and my life won't quickly. You feel its' '/," -6 ': I
Here was the to of her .'
answer some :
tonic effect imme ': !
"There!I" he said. "That's better. bear th' light-but a thing like that '-
t questions, that she knew instinctively.If diately and almost : ;J..", -,;
Now "
relax. You must be tired. makes my blood boll. There ain't no : .
I only she could go out there her- overnight you see ... ; : f
"No," said Sonya, "I'm not and I'm manner of use ,hurting something that beneficial results, radiant .': ".............J
She could not even see from
In somewhat of a hurry. I've come,for can't fight back; and a woman an' a new beauty in your complexion.:
where Darkness stood, so prompt andso No .
long waiting disappointments.Money
; no
the two children of the Indian Hos- child-well, they're set aside, some-
\ efficient had been his action. But back guarantee. Get a large ,
teen ,Nez, over in the big cut beyond / 11 way, like a. starvin''kitten, or 'a dog she must see. Sonya's lips set, as box of Nadinola Bleaching Cream at
Lone Mesa, just on the line of the t that no one wants. No kind of a man your favorite toilet counter, or by mail,
did when she faced crisis for
they a
Reservation. This' case is rather piti- would do them a harm-not an' be a postpaid, only 50c. NADINOLA, Box
/ her skill, and she dismounted and, H. 'Paris, Tenn.
ful, Mr. Spartow, and I'd like to enlist man."
dropping Darkness' rein, went forward
your attention to it. Mr. Satter will Three Times the Transference of "You think that-honestly?" said x
carefully the few steps that separatedher
remember. I came upon him taking Something From the Plane to Sonya. "Right In your heart?"
from the sheer edge of the can- Tends to Slenderness +
the children, not so' many weeks back Un d'Oro's Saddle Took Place. "Why, of course," he said surprised."Don't ;
yon's mouth. Taking off her hat, she The lazy man's pay envelope la iti
near the end of the term-and ?
-very you
\" extra horse with a smile on her lips carefully leaned along the rock until never afflicted with obesity. ,!
the parents are 'wild Indians. Theydon't "Yes, oh, yes, a'woman feels like
and the deep light in her eyes that her line of vision reached the open
understand either the necessityor that, but men are. different. I Just ,1
Rod Blake called fanaticism. and the plane. And what she saw bewildered -
the methods employed In the mat- wondered. 1
Maybe it was, but it made her fool- her more than she had been
ter of giving up their children, andI "Have you been back to Lone \
ishly happy to ,see this family before. The Blue-eyed One was off
begged off the littlest one from Mr. Mesa?" he asked presently. j
united again. And Hosteen Nez had Un d'Oro, and one man was on the I IYWiWIES
Satter. ,The mother had run herself "No, said Sonya, "I haven't I've 1
looked over his woman's head at her ground beside him, while another was
nearly into collapse, hanging on thebuckboard's been pretty busy. Housecleaning and jI
\ exactly as Two Fingers had and bent down in the after cockpit. This I
( tail. She is in a serious sewing. Have you?
called her Blue South Woman in the one rose, as she looked, and gave some-
condition now, with the grief over "Twicet. At nIght. Watched th'moon
Sun. It was all he said, but it was thing to the other, who in turn handedIt
'ioW- their disappearance. Doesn't eat. come up across th' desert, andit !
pregnant with deep things, and Sonya to the rider.
Looks awful. And Mr. Satter had for- was wonderful. A man can't de- I
knew it so. And he, with care and swiftness, I
gotten to tell them where to come for scribe It-like new life comin' to a
So she opened her Ups and sang. put it in saddlebags.
the children. It Is rather hard, when dead world.
think of it And then she came to the canyon's "I know said Sonya "I've Three times the transference of 1
you on parents, you know, seen Quick Safe Relief
from the plane to Un d'Oro'ssaddle
either red or white. As it would take mouth and caught her breath sharply, from there myself." something ,

the'Hosteen some days to get here and for a man sat there on, a golden horse. "Alone? My G-d, Miss Savarin, you took place. Then forward the stranger For Eyes IrritatedBy I
In the
back with his horses to fetch them, I'd He looked like a young god with the shouldn't be goln' around thIs ,country climbed cockpit, To
which had never stopped Its Exposure
the plane, I
sunlight on his hair, and his eyes as
like to take the children to them by yourself like that !1"
my- blue as the heavens, and the grave engine, roared a moment, slid along Sun Wind and DustAt
I'm I
self. I will be responsible to you for "Why not? perfectly safe. Everyone the sand a little way, picked up its tall ,
them." look on his handsome face. knows me, and there Isn't Navajo
a took off. And Un d'Oro All Drug Stores
and was lopIng -
As the girl talked the man's "Forgive he, he said quickly, "for drunk or otherwise, who'd saya headed for the
sharp trail away, town. WriteMnrine Co.Dpt.W.Chio eyes regarded her with an alertness of being in :your again. word to me." TO BE CONTINUED.ter 1 1i
"Why?", she said as quickly. "It Is 1I i
expression that changed to guardedness "
as she mentioned Satter's lapse of free country. I
"Yes, I know. But I promised to Scientists Why Quakes
memory. Now he leaned toward her, I Trying to Learn hr I

smiling stay"That away.was from Lone Mesa." Differ East and West of the RockiesUncle I

: "Why, how kind of you, my dear I
. "The intent was everywhere. I
,t. Sour Stomach I
Miss Savarin
!I" he said. "Few '
::: meant it too-was goIn'-going to Sam's scientists are keeping but not widely felt.
of this day would take so much trouble Gas and Headache ,
keep my'' word, but I seem to comeback their ears to the ground these days The western types of earthquake
:, for Ignorant Indians. Of course you regardless." trying to unravel a mystery-why the usually are accompanied by slippingof ; due toConstipation i

; may take the little ones. But surelyyou're Sonya sat and looked at him steadily United States Is bothered with one the earth's crust along a fault I

not starting back today? You'll her sweet face grave too.' He bore kind of earthquake east of the Rock- line or crack, says Capt. N. H. Heckof 1S I II Ii

stay with us for the night and get a her scrutiny quietly, though a muscle ies, and another kind to the west. the coast and geodetic survey, while i

good early" start tomorrow, if I have twitched in his cheek, and there wasa Both the eastern and western there is no slipping that is visible at

my way. seeming of strain In his face. quakes are bad if unleashed at the the surface In the eastern earth-

"Oh, my, no I" said Sonya. "I'll get "I've thought a lot about you," the right places, and study of them [Is quakes.

on my way as quickly as possible. girl said presently: "why, I don't Just expected to lead to greater safeguards Experts suspect the eastern and

: Will it take long to get them ready?" know. I shouldn't, by all the rules of against earthquake damage. western quakes differ in their effect

A, "If you really think you must go," my life's game, but I have. Tell me- The eastern and western quakes do t because they differ In depth. The ,

he said regretfully, "I'll have them If you care to-where have you been their chimney-toppling and dish-rat strong, but localized, western quake, !i

made ready at once. It won't take since I saw you last Where do you tling stunts in two different ways. ,they reason, Is just under the earth's

long." live?" The eastern temblers are not very floor so to speak, while the mild, but II|

The two were presently brought to He moved In his saddle, put his hat strong at their centers, but are felt wider-spreading eastern shock, Is somewhere

her, their belongings in a neat bundle. back on his head, laid his hands on moderately over a large area. The down in about the sixth sub- |

They still looked as they had looked his pommel. western shocks are strong at the cen- cellar. I


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PUBLICITY STIMULATES REFORMOne :: IRA1VlBLllVGS. net and began to talk shop and com-i of six or seven months and turn out
The Clewiston News pare notes, and did the pencils fly? at least 125,000 cases of canned

of the most powerful weaponsof A drug store Is a good place to get goods. Everybody agrees as to the
Published every Friday In Clewiston, news, It would seem, and we tried to need of some profitable method for
the reformer is the newspaper. .0
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, get something on everybody in town handling vegetables at times of over-

Inc. There are few evils of publicity.that can survivethe Miami ':'._'.,............:_:..:M:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. while we were at it. Customers chimed production when prices drop so" low 44 J
white time had said
glare in
and a merry was it does not pay to ship them, r.-/4

Keathley Bowden, Editor will shortly take steps to remove Now Cliff Goodman Is gunning for by all-and believe it or not, it was- Mr. Hermanson. "The canning plant
n't gossip,-just straight news. will be able to the farmers
what has for years been a practically me because he has a Boston Bull, pay
By the we've had an application to save
mail mat- way enough for their produce
second class health of
Entered as unknown. menace to the and I talked about Boston Bulls to
Post from a reader who withes to them from loss and give them a pro-
1927 at
1 ,
ter February in a good hu
under the Magic City. try; to get-Tom Shelley write the column for us one week. fit. In addition to depending on sur-
Office in Clewiston, Due largely, If not entirely, to mor. So help me, I am going" to stay Don't know but what we'll take him plus supplies we also expect to contract -
the Act of March 3, 1897. of bull dogs, for Idon't
the publicity given the unsanitary off the. subject up on it one of these days. He must : for the growing of vegetables in
know th about
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. conditions in the "slums" of Miami, seem to a ng have It in for somebody and wantsto order to be certain of a regular sup-
rates on application. 'em. get even with them. It ought', to ply. '
Advertising which Is occupied by the negro popu-
I hear that the Fred Hills havea make interesting reading anyway, so "One big advantage of having can-
Devoted to the advancement and lation, the city has become arousedto pet coon, and that It's quite a pet- perhaps we'll give him, a free rein. neries located so close to the vege-

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry the evil and remedial action will almost as much as Tom's Blondie. (P. S. He probably wants :to get table fields is that they can be placed -

County., soon be taken to eliminate this evil. Anyway, It's very, very fond of Fred; even with us, so maybe we'd better in cans while absolutely fresh.
e English laws were passed more and the other day Mrs. Hill told it not. We'll have to think that over.) This assures a better product. Froma
jokingly "Go to pi pa", ,and the coon Civic Improvements: Dr. Schiffli financial standpoint the communityis
Somehow we can't get enthusedpver than a year ago prohibiting any lumbered off to Fred right away, and I is building servants quarters on to bound to reap great benefits because -
the fall clothes displays when newspaper from printing the details present, as Lit-
there was company the garage building in his yard all of the plant's revenue remains -
the thermometer says summer weather. The rate of divorce notebook would remark. for
of divorce cases. tle Benny's The Clewiston Inn is having its face here except what is spent

last year shot up alarmingly. The One more remark on bull-dogs be- lifted The Stewarts are makinga empty cans.Wholesalers.

president of the London divorce court for I quit the subject forever: Peggy ,stepping-stone driveway The here advise us that
senator ranks carried off a prize the demand for canned goods duringthe
Louisiana's other said "Newspaper publicity is one Gallant's bull dog Shea, house seems to be undergoing a
Tight along with the vicepresidentof : at a recent West Palm Beach pet complete renovation and likewise coming season promises to be

the United States in the list of I miscon show.t." the house the Poole's vacated the greatest in many years and that

contemporary "forgotten men." would never face the glare of pub- A Fort Myers paper carried an extensive Folks soon won't recognize their the greatest difficulty we will encounter -

----- licity':and would prefer to make the story about the Clewiston I former homes A new coat of, will be supplying" the demand

They're opening the deaf and blind best ,of their married life, but now post office robbery,-said he had paint helps a house" as much as a for our product. i

school in St. Augustine and one local that publicity is forbidden they rushto confessed fully, and that, the mask woman's face.CANNING Game birds became so depleted in

man suggests we send some of our the courts ''without giving due re used In the hold-up was found in the number that the United States was

automobile drivers there Wauchula flection." The big gain in divorceshas prisoner's room, etc., etc., most of PLANT TO BJE 1 forced to import 90,000, from Mex-

Advocate., They should be joinedby been laid to the ban on publicity which was news hereabouts, as Sias BUILT, IX PAHOKEE: I. ico during 1930. .

most of our delivery truck driv- attending the divorce suits. I was laboring'' under the impressionall 'II

ers. There is a misguided idea that 1 the time that the man was un- .(Continued from page 1) 'LEGION HAS PLEASING ( .l.,
many people have that certain things I masked. We quote that only t.o show I son, Mr. Hermanson said, will, be SPEAKER; TUESDAYR.

"should be kept out of the news-: that we aren't the only ones whose under the supervision of L. R. Allen,

September, a month is dreaded one-half by paper". A large percentage of those lives seem full of errors at times. a representative of the Metal Pack- W. Macke, of Fort Myers, madean

Everglades residents, things which people would like to Then last week a Palm Beach paper age corporation and reputed to be entertaining talk to members of

gone, and all the "Florida storms"have "keep out of the newspaper" are told of the "site at Clewiston for a one of the leading canning expertsin the Clewiston Post of the American

stayed: off the Florida coast. things of which they should be combined hurricane gate and locks, the United States. Legion at the regular meeting at the
The apprehension seems a great ashamed. the largest structure to be built on It is the intention of the companyto Inn Tuesday evening. Mr. Macke,

less this year than in former years, The greatest deterrent to crime, the lake-and we know that's to later establish additional plantsat who lost an arm and was otherwise

and twelve more months will levee findus to political graft, to misconduct of Abe at Moore Haven. In Justice to. other convenient locations in the seriously injured in the World War,

secure behind the protective all kinds, is the fear of publicity.A Mrs; Nail and Mrs. Rackstraw we Everglades. The project is said by Mr. proved most entertaining to the Le

system.: want to explain that neither of these Hermanson to have the hearty sup- gionnaires.His .

count by ,,the federal departmentof papers quoted above have resident port of Everglades farmers and busi- remarks were directed along
of Danish
Two flower growers Frank Brothers extraction 'of I agriculture showed 200,000 fewer I( Clewiston correspondents.Last ness men, a number of whom have the lines of encouraging delegationsfrom
the taken a financial interest in the all South Florida Posts to attend -
I citrus trees in the lower Rio Grande week there was quite a gath-
Wauchula are planning to put in ten
valley in 1934 than in 1933, mainly ering at Alston's Drug Store; Mrs. company. the national Convention to be
acres of gladioli from which they II because of a tropical hurricane. Nail, Mrs, Rackstraw and yours truly "We expect to operate for a period held in Miami in October.
expect to ship 200,000 ,glads
winter. Last they realized a .
year -- ----- -- ------'
total net income of $11,000 from .

their gladioli, and with the loosen-

ing purse strings of the nation there

should be an even greater market

this year for luxuries like flowers. '. : !\ !) :.. ; ;,': i': ; ;t : fiL' '' ,, :; 7 ,,'
: ;/r "! W} ; :i:: ;_'' .i y;
., .. : .., ,,, ".' .j See how
J: ; ,
Among the blessings which Clewis- : :,"'',- ."' '" ",:-, :'1" ":"t'. '. ;, 1"."" ",,' ,.--: ':: ",.".., ,:, ,:.
ton residents seldom pause to con- ., ,
sider is that of a sanitary and roomy
living quarters for its colored popu- '. >- ,

lation. Harlem is removed from the

city of Clewiston proper; it has elec- for
tric lights and drainage facilities you

similar to those of the main part of ..
town. The houses are not crowded yrn.IY! f.

together and for the most part' lawns
are neat and well-kept. Every house i LITTLE COST

has and community bath
electricity : U
houses and spigots' in the yards make IRVv : n, M ,
sanitation easy. e ?

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We note this week, in our exchanges Trw; l <,'"

that Gene Plowden is leaving the

Wauchula Advocate and will here-
after be associated with the Sarasota

Herald. Gene has been associate edi-

for of the Advocate for many :years, ....
and for his excellent work on this

weekly, for his breezy "Cub's ,
} i.
. Wheezes" and for some magazine j as if 1 ', 1

writing he has been doing the past 1 f,.,V { i a e.
few years, he is well-known. Best
wishes of a host of pewspaper peo- yr.: 3 v

ple will follow Gene to his new loca-

tion, and the Herald is to be con- 1 The more high-priced cars you > ;G { ,r, bt'': ; ;
gratulated on adding him to their
personnel.Not '1 look at- the more FORD V-8

FEATURES you see.

all the luxurious vessels meet
-: Here are some of them:
the sad fate of the Morro Castle,

whose tragic end will go down in [1 V-8 Cylinder Engine U

history as one of the major peace-
Single Pane Clear-Vision Ventilation Y
time disasters of American ships.. It t .,,- "'.. .:c: }:XyAih' :;: >+k.
might be said that a number meet I :.. h: iQ. y *;''K r "
i Torque Tube Dive >+ iA -
old age in peaceful, if lowly service.

The "Golden Days", once luxurious 94 Floating Rear Axle '

:yacht lionaire owned by Col. Elverson, mil- Aluminum Cylinder Head Ford has only one standard of quality, only one motor, only" .,,
publisher of the Philadelphia

Enquirer, has become a familiar 5V5 Gallon ,Cooling System one 'chassis. Ford never compromises on quailty to meet a I '.j
sight on the lake shore at Clewiston.It /
Dual Down Draft Carburetion with the ost of body styles and 'j
is now being used as a quarter- price. Ford prices vary only :
boat for employees of the C. Y. IIoudaille 2-\ay Shock Absorbers ',:'i
of equipment.Frcc.Action "
Thomason Construction type '.t
company.Up for all four Wheels .
near Fruitland Park is a work Only Ford has heen able to put the ,V-type 8 cylinder engine
train for the A. C. L., and the laborers Completely Water-Jacketed Cylin

are quartered in a car, formerly der and Upper Crankcase Walls [(the same type that holds all major speed* records on land, ;

the private car of Henry B. Plant. Exhaust Valve Seat Inserts
and Mushroom Ended :water and in the air) into an inexpensive car. Yet, with all

.The first Lee county grapefruitis Valves will find the
\ of its fine. performance and luxury features, you
now on the market, and contrary W'ld e d Steel Spoke Wheels
to expectations when the recent tariff Ford V-8 the most economical car to own and operate Ford
went into effect, the grapefruit Welded All-Steel Body '

shipments around Fort Myers have : has ever built.
::: ': ,
not been effected by the E -
tariff reductions L Ford delivered total prices and include' equipment.j .
The Lee county fruit is I ?: prices are
bringing $5 per box and the Isle of c' drive the Ford V-8.
Pines and Puerto Rican fruit (which j/ Before you buy any car,

are comparable with the Cuban

grapefruit in quality, etc) is bringing '

$3.15 to $3.45 per box. The superior LaBelle Motor Co.

quality of the South Florida fruit is

responsible for its high price on the : and up ;>>

market. The Cuban treaty lowered 'i 0'F.. o. D. Detroit LaBelle Florida
the grapefruit tariff from 1.2 cents ,
to 0.6 cents -
per pound
per pound, but
Credit Company
is effective only from August 1 to Eat.Y; terms through Universal

September 30 each year


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..* SEPTEMBER 1.ft 1034 o rs
; .

-- I County, Florida, to-wit: Lots 1-2 HOUSEBOAT FOR SALE
,, *J.4\.*...?..***V**..:*.*M*.***%**MjMjM'MjM%.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Atlanta M. R. Winder and M. and D. Moody H. N. Nelson of Jacksonville of. two J. B.wepks Dotterer vacation is leaving in Charleston today! Rosenberry's 29 E. Sd, Sec 8, Twp 43 S, Here's the answer to your housing

f J visitors in S. C. Mrs. Dotterer, who has been problem. 5 room houseboat with
$ Personal Mention :=I IJ : were business The assessment of said property
for a furnished unfurn-
Clewiston Monday and Tuesday.Mrs. visiting with relatives there under the said certificate issued was two bedrooms or

r %.*..*..*..:..*..:..*..*..:..:..*..:..:..:..:..*..*..*..*..*..%.*..:..:..:.;.:. few weeks, will return with him and in the name of P. M. Diffenwierth. ished. Own water system and flue.
G. B. McDuffie, Mrs. M. H. they will move into their new homeon I Unless said certificate shall be re-I Built-in features and just as oozy

Bill Thomas spent the week-end Crouch and Miss Louise Renfroe left the government reservation. deemed according to law, tax and comfortable as can be. Terms.

t ,. in Punta Gorda. Saturday for Soperton, Georgia, on i I will issue thereon on the 8th day of j' EDNA F. GRADY, REALTOR

account of a death in the family.? I October, A. D. 1934. First Street Next to P. O. Phine 343
left Friday Dated this 7th. day of September, '
Parker Wilson visited relatives in Mr., and Mrs. L. R. Yates Fort Myers Fla.

I Frostproof Sunday.H. Miss Wilma Douglas has as her for a visit with relatives In Mis A. D. 1934.

guest over the week-end her brother, souri. They were accompanied by Mr. WILLIAM T. HULL

W. Scott f Miami was hereon Allen M. Douglas of Panama'City, Yates' mother, Mrs. Permelia Yates (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court I .:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ;..:..:.:..:-:..:..:..>.:-:..:-:
her home in Ka- Hendry County, Flor X X.
Tuesday. who is making a tour of the state by who
business motorcycle.Mr. hoka, Missouri after spending three ida. I :i: New and UsedFURNITURE :k

I months here. Mrs. Yates' brother Sept. 7-14-21-28, Oct. 5. 5t. A

Mrs. G. O. Wallace of Pahokce vis- and Mrs. Russell Whid'len returned Gerald Hargraves, returned with I :!: :i:
here Monday. ,/
ited friends ,
the latter part of the week them to Zenia, Illinois. ,1
from Gainesville, where they attended -- I
of Dade City was
Fred Cochrane the wedding of Mr. Whidden's To the Sheriff: of ITendry County, of
had a
A. Bourne as
Wednesday. BELLE GLADE
Clewiston on business the State of Florida:
i in sister. his sugar cane breeding and vari- Be it Known, That I, R. A. Gray,

etal plots in this area last SaturdayDr. ( Secretary of State of the State of !:: :;: '
f and Mrs. Herman Dyess 1 ida; do hereby give notice that FIOr-\ _.
Mr. in La- : Mr. and Mrs. Grady Echols left A. J. Mangelsdorf, sugar cane GENEDAL.. ELECTIONwill \ ?
r daughter spent the week-end the week for a vacation of the Hawaiian Planter's be held in Hendry County,
the first of geneticist :;
i of Florida, on Tuesday next succeedingthe | Belle Glade Florida
Belle., during which they will visit Sugar Experiment Station, and his first Monday in November. A. D. I Y' ,

B. E. Nail left this week fo'r.relatives in I Georgia and in Roanoke, brother, Dr. P. C. Manglesdorf, gen- ,1934,SIXTH the said DAY Tuesday OF NOVEMBERFor being the S:!: Next Door To Theatre :.:
Mrs. ..
Alabama.Mr. eticist of tho Texas Agricultural Experiment United States Senator. .'.

+. an extended stay in Hot Springs, Ar'" Station.Mr. I For at Representative large. Congress State I I I .;...................................................................................................;..

kansas. and Mrs., J. F. McLure of I For Representative of the First Congressional -

Moore Haven moved to Clewiston and Mrs. Harold Hinty ofHooker's District of the State of
Rev. and Mrs. N. H. Schaaf spent I Florida in the Seventy-fourth I
Miami this Saturday and are occupying one of I Point left Saturday to visit gress of the United States. con-I'
i' a' 'few days visiting in the new homes on the government: relatives in Iowa. They will also For Two Justices of the Supreme You Wreck 'Em
week. of the State of Florida.,
i reservation.Mr. visit friends and relatives in Geor- For Two Railroad Commissioners of the I
State of Florida. We Fix 'Em
and gia on their trip North. They planto
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. For State Senator for Twenty-fourth
spent the week-end and Mrs. R. W., Meguiar of spend some time in Chicago to Senatorial District of the State of i
daughter Ann, Winter Haven were in town Tues- see the Century of? Progress exposition Florida., PAINTING BODY AND
:, in Miami. For One Member of the House of Rep- I
day, Mrs. Meguiar accompanying and to return by way of Balti- resentatives of the State of Florida.
husband on a business trip throughthe For County Attorney. SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY
,Lake Ohio more where Mrs. Hinty will undergoan TOPS -
H. E. Thomas of Silver For Five County Commissioners.For .
f h Everglades.Mrs. :
was -a' business visitor In Clewiston operation. Three Members of the County ,' : i
\ Board of Public Instruction.
L Wednesday.Dr. J. W. Moore has returned For Justice of the Peace In and for' Done by An Expert:
the following Districts; viz: No. 1. Service
vis- from Thomasville, Gorgia, For Constable in and for the following Courteous
and Mrs. Paul Ewing were NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
where she accompanied ,her daughter Justice Districts, viz: No.-. Work Guaranteed
itors in West 'Palm Beach Monday TAX DEED In Testimony.Vhereof, I
Miss Mary Moore, who went there have hereunto set my I Prices Reasonable.PIONEER .

afternoon.Mr. for a visit with relatives. NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN, I hand and affixed the I
S. 5 Great Seal of the Stateof
H. Willits of -- That Carl E. Royer, holder of Tax Florida, at Tallahassee -i i
and Mrs. W. Mrs. G. H. Small returned Wed- Certificate No. 211, 2nd day of Sep-'I the Capital this the

South Bay spent Sunday. visiting In nesday from Tampa, where she has tember,, A. D. 1929 has filed said (SEAL) r 1931.first day of August. A. D. Service Station

Clewiston. been visiting relatives since her return certificate in my office and made R A. GRAY, I' I
to Chi- application for tax deed to issue ,Secretary of State. I BELLE GLADE PHONE 10
to Florida from a trip
Paul Irons left Tuesday to spend thereon in accordance with law. Said To lion H. L. DeLaney, Sheriff Hendry at All Hours
I cago, New York and Atlanta. Count; LaBelle,,FlaXo. I Wrecker Service
a week with his family at their home certificate embraces the following described 39-Sept. 7-14-21-28 Oct. 512192CNov.
Petersburg.Ed property situated in Hendry I 2, I' -
in St.
'Mr. and Mrs. David A. McGeachyleft

T the first of the week' for St.
Ward and Van Bush spent sev-
Petersburg to''visit relatives. They
this week visiting friends
eral days and will also : : :
will be away two weeks ,
In Florida. ,-, '
Brooksville and
visit in ,
r .-.,' ,"," ,:, ,"
Mrs. J. W. Adkins and son, Milton, Tampa. '
of Moore Haven, were in Clewiston
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rardin of Can-
Wednesday afternoon.C.
al Point, Mrs. W. C. Strickland Har- :

I.' Allen, travelling passenger old and Walter Strickland and I me ride

agent of the A. C. L. spent Wednesday Charles Sand of Glenville, Georgia,
business. were visitors in Clewiston Sunday 0a
here on

Jimmy Foftin, who is now situatedat afternoon. is worth

.-'P Indian Town, spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. John W. Shaw of
arrived to make
with friends in Clewiston. Lake Worth have
their home in Clewiston and are residing -
i : ,'. Mr. and Mrs. M. l\{. Achard of at the Inn. Mr. Shaw is an inspector -

, Fort Myers visited their daughter, attached to the U. S. Engi- -

Hill here Monday. neer office here.S. .
; Mrs. Albert

Boyd Vorhees spent Wednesday L. Munroe of Miami, district thousand I

visiting his parents, Judge and Mrs.R. supervisor of the Gulf Refining Com- S.

I C. Vorhees in Moore Haven. pany, accompanied by G. B. Clinch 5
and J. A. Little, other officials of
Miss Esther Lanier returned Sun- i the company were here Monday and

day to her home in Arcadia after Tuesday on business. words :
residing here for several months. ,
Mrs. A. N. Gallant and family have '"

Mrs. Cljde Egley returned Thurs- returned to Clewiston from West I j
day from a visit with her mother, Palm Beach where they have been idl l l I you hear and what
; !I/ J .c
Mrs. L. J. Pape in Lake Worth. for several months. They are occu- I WHAT read about a car is important -

pying one of the new houses on the* rl A. -but one ride is worth a

Mrs.: Rob Smith and son returned government reservation., / E\ thousand words. Test Chevrolet's

Saturday from Savannah where they Knee-Action on a bumpy road,
spent the summer months with relatives Mrs. Romeal Theriot and Mrs. f,2'/ :. for yourself
where can see
George Charlton of New Orleans, are ;,, i you
visiting in Clewiston as 'guests of I (, ,, ;h ,r what a big difference Knee-Action '
comfort. This test
makes in riding
Father Francis J. Finnegan has Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Raines. Mrs. \ I

returned to his ho.ne here after a Theriot is a sister and Mrs. Charl- I ; i' w II I I will also acquaint you valve-in-head with theI
smooth economical
month's visit with relatives on Long t'on the mother of Mrs. Raines. = ,/ / ,
Island. / ,, engine, the positive, cable-

Mrs. Joe Greenberg accompanied _- / ; ,; / controlled brakes, the bodies by

Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. G. C. her mother, Mrs. H. B. Phillips to // Fisher, and the comfort of Fisher

Poole and Mrs. C. L. Downs were Tampa this week, returning Thurs- / / Ventilation. Go to your nearest

visitors in West Palm Beach Wednesday day evening. Mrs. Phillips is returning ,, ,;r// Chevrolet dealer and make the

; to her home in Georgia after visiting -. /0 Ownership Test. Chevrolet is satisfied -

rC., Mr. and Mrs. Greenberg.G. .. /1 Ala f to let you and the ride decide

'f ( ;;. Mrs. C. E. Miner and children were ; which car is the best for you.

W-- in Fort Myers yesterday visiting Mrs. J. Schmidt, sperintendent of ;
Miner's mother, Mrs. Josephine work here for the McWilliams Dredg- ;/ Compare Che olct's low delivered prices

Knight. ing company, returned this week to -' and easy G.M.A.C. terms. A General

his work here. Mr. Schmidt who lefta -"X Motors Value ;

Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. G. E. few weeks ago for a vacation, was

Etherton, Aubrey Wells and Van confined to a St. Louis hospital partof

Bush spent Friday and Saturday in the time. His friends are glad to III

Miami. know that he is sufficiently recovered -I

to return to his work.

Lieut and Mrs. Richardson Selee. .
and daughter Carolyn, spent a few
days in Key West and Miami over the Watches_ Clocks, Jewelry

week-end. Rear or

'', ing school in Lakeland, spent a' few Jewelry Repairing /t2ee ,4ztthn

days here with his father, F. ,A. Mc- MERRITT
W. H.
Kenzie, this week. ,

Ii';{{ Miss Bonceil Stone, Willie V. FLORIDAp.

:': Hooker and Foy Durrance spent the
?>.. week-end in West Palm'' Beach with O. BOY 321 :

: 0;"." Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duffin.
, ;7 S "We Are Stay"Counselor
" A '.' .
.' '
Cyril Baldwin of Sebring was a

0," business day. Mr. Baldwin visitor In was Clewistou one of the Tues-receivers Je 1GOUSB( Motor CO.

) of the old Southern Sugar Clewiston
and Attorney Law
) Company. He has been prominently

mentioned over the state as a prob- Hopkins Building ... .. .
able candidate for the office of state Wednesdays and Saturdays Clewiston FloridaS
treasurer in the next election 0130 to 4100 -- .

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Outside the house a taxi stopped, BELIEVE IT, OR NOT
and the Jacksor. family prepared to J; L : ,\
load It up with their holiday luggage. A dear old lady was shocked at
"I'm afraid," said the harassed fa- the lurid language of two electrl-'
ther, when he saw the look that came I Yi '', clanswho were' working In her ,
over the drIver's face, "there's ratherA house, and complained to the com ,, "
lot of luggage. You see, we're goingto pany. In due course the two men'
a remote part of the country and were sent for and asked for an ex-
taking a bungalow." planation.. .. '
The driver grimaced."Oh s "Well, sir," said one, "it was lIke-
no, sir," he said, with a definite / this.' I was up the ladder and I let: "r
shake of his head. "You ain't the hot lead fall on Bill. It went
taking no bungalow on my cab."-Tit- down his neck. And Bill, he said to'
Bits Magazine me, "You really will have to be more
careful, Jack.' "

Knew Car's CapacityThe
'J = --=:::
2 -- -- fair motorist's car had broken "
-- down and a farmer offered the serv-
\\1i11(1.( CAW You FIX THIS WAL-LADY I CAN'T rIX ices of his horse.
"Thank you so much, she replied,
VP LIKE To ,HAV&FINNEY cKLY :: t-\ 0 p I I KlNJ FIX IT SO o NAKN IN A "but you need fourteen moremycar
I ( DON E QuI PAY OR TWO ASK has fifteen horse power, you f
U 4ND So No O11E MMMhw++ HUSBAND HOW 'HE.J know."
IT-- J
DAMACsED -. I Left Him Pondering"Is
: that an eight-day clock?** -

asked the young man who never.
: U 3\\ >- seemed to know when to go.

I .11I1llftF.'b. i : "Well," said the girl, stifling her

Mrs. Nagg-Oh, dear! Troubles _t ) tenth yawn, "why don't you stay a
never come singly. little longer and find out?"

Mr. Nagg-Nope. Marriage Is the -- 7 r-
source of all of 'em. I GENEROUS GIVER
4 yII
Alibi -
//i ..
Her golf game had been unusually ,';\:;'
poor on this warm summer day, and \
at luncheon afterward one of her
'-I ..
friends remarked that her face was .
western Newspaper ntoa
unusually flushed from the heat.
"No, It's not the heat," she remarked -
quickly, "It's the humility.
Indianapolis, News.Fortunate. OF THE FORCE #Jt d o'LaugMib: J Playing to an ,Empty House 1 Si

Committee 1
"What are the dining hours at your' I l K'LO, MRS SWOOP <11UH| II FUR S-r "TIKIS- Y&Z. y

club?" WHILB> 01t'lMK O'tl'- \ KNOW Ol'LL BEGe'T1"Il'1'
"From 6 to 8 for all except the com- I I Yez. SHLJRE. KAPE. YER J ( COMPLAINTS
mittee." RADIO 115ti ON-2012 1 1SO
"Why the exception? WHAT ? )
"Because Rule 5 says: 'The com- tr NAYBooRSE4
mittee Is at liberty at any time to fill
any vacancy in their body."
........ ,
"" "---.c= i*tjfcf-"' p ff
"Do you like Miss Gossip?"
Quite Ignorant '
'Yes, she's so generous. Never .
Captain of Cricket Team (to new
keeps anything to herself and is always '
resident)-Will you Join our cricket
ready to give even her best
club, sir? -
(w friend away. ,
New ResIdent-Well, really, I'm
afraid I know absolutely nothing about
the game. I couldn't do anything except Solving' the Problem ':
I She-What sort of house shall we
umpire. ,-
move to?

Musical Interpretation"Do /2 Husband-Let's try a bungalow,
you admire Wagnerian opera?" II C r dear-then you won't always be hear

"I do," answered Senator Sorghum."It jq14.5 k-j ing burglars moving about down
)/ .
stairs.-London Answers
seems to me to reflect the genius / ,

kind of a of nation a terrific(by indicating fight is going that on, without some- I I I III I I IOl IpJI YEZ J NO-I HAVE 'IT iai Just Practicing"But

.4 anybody's being able to under- GOINCz MOSTLYFAST i I've been told that you have
stand exactly what It's all about. DON'TLISTEN DON'T proposed to three other girls quite '
TO J.' WHEN L'M OUT recently," said the maid. -

Getting His Now '(i1' RADIO ___ ____ sos ,BURGLARS "Oh, mere rehearsals in view of

"Well, how's married life?" a traffic MUcN- I DON'TN WILL NINKSOM proposing to you, dear," said the
; who had been man.
cop recently married,
was asked. UTNERlllll BODYs1b

"Oh, all right," he sighed, "but i :HOME // Happy Nora
find I can't talk to my wife the wayI l\Iistress-Xora, you've left finger."

can to a motorist. prints on nearly every plate. .,
ll 'S Maid-Well, It shows I ain got a
Starting at the Top S guiltyconscience, anyway.
Child (pointing to bald-headed man)
Mummie, is he a nudist? Sonny's Error

Mother-Yes, dear, but only a beginner Plumber-I've come to fix the old .
o tub la the kitchen.SonMamma .
,0 I here's the doctor to .j .

I JUST PAY UP see the cook. J..

Western Newspaper Union

No Diplomat STEPPERS Free Speech
The hill was steep and the load I "At least -we enjoy freedom of
heavy. The donkey did its best, but speech!1""What "
at last It stopped and would not budge good is It," rejoined Senator
another inch. Sorghum, "for a man who doesn't
The driver,saw a man passing. "Ex know how to use It except for filibustering -
d cuse me," he said "but could you help ?"
me to get this load to the top of 'the
hill? It's too much for one donkey." So Sorry

Traffic Officer-What's the matter
Grateful Patient-Doctor, how can These ,Modern Mammasl with you?
I ever repay you for your kindness "Dora, will you marry me?" Driver-I'm well, thanks; but my
"Have you asked mother?" engine's dead.
Doctor-Doesn't matter, old man. "Yes long ago: but she wouldn'thave
Check, money order or cash. "

Unanimous Disagreement"Why IN ONE WORD 4

do you .so often disagree with TI
your colleagues ,
"So as to be in harmony with the
public spirit," answered Senator 'Sor r C 0 _
ghum. "Nowadays everybody disagreeswith
Mr. TIme-Do you think. you can
everybody else.;' keep up with your neighbors? 'e.

Mrs. TIme-If we can't, my dear, ''1 fjf
Sounds Like' That
we'll move rYes w
"When things are bought they to \ -
go c
Mr. Dogg-I always try to meet
the buyer, don't they?" Indeed"In men half way. 1
I j< I
Not" alwajs.Coal for example. what book do we find the greatest Mr. Jones And I've noticed that
When"It Is bought It goes to the "I'm going to be married." deeds of heroic men, Inscribed?" you meet your liabilities only about
cellar. "Congratudolencesi. "The Marriage register." half way.





Maya Children Offered

: ( "Big Ditch" Recovering Strange "Animule" .as Sacrifices to GodsA

Found in Bay State

Somervllle, Mass.-Frank Buck, beautiful carved head of Jade
World-Wide found at the peck of a little child
: From Slump noted animal hunter and Importer
need not go to Africa for strange burled In San Jose, In British Honduras .

animals; he should make his next Is regarded by archeologists I

trip to this city. Somerville police as evidence of child sacrifice among

: President's Trip Stresses Many regions profited, but some, especially captured a strange animal, all CHICKS BY SEX IS the Mayas many centuries ago.
southern Chile which for- white, and bearing a resemblanceto The Jade head, a treasure so rare

Strategic Importance. merly profited by trade around Cape a donkey mule and Jennet., Taken BEING INTRODUCED that not even Mayan chiefs of San

Horn, were adversely affected. to the police garage, the Jose were adorned with anything of
1 Washington.-Opened to the world's Commercial traffic rose until the strange 'creature refused water, the sort, Is a clue that the child was

shipping traffic 20 years ago the Pan peak In 1929 then the depression hit oats, sandwiches and milk. Japanese Method Winning no ordinary little Indian. The burial

ama canal 'has grown constantly In Its the world. Shipping everywhere was Favor in U. S. was found by J. Eric Thompson

;, Importance In national and International reduced and for the first time In many archeologist of the Field Museum of

l': affairs of the United States. years, some steamers found It cheaper Natural History, who has Just returned -
By L. M. Hurd of the New York State Col- '
Built figures make the around.the In trade between continents outside from British Honduras.
at a- cost of $530.000.001). to long Journey lege of Agriculture.-WNU Service. He
f computed by the government bureau Horn, than to pay the tolls throughthe North America, offset by other losses. Chick buyers in a year or two may conducted there a Joint expeditionwith

t of efficIency-the canal suffered at canal. The low ebb was reachedIn Commerce between Europe and the order their one-day old chicks by sex the Carnegie Institution' of

first from landslides and the chaotic the fiscal year ended June 30. 1933 west coast of South America improved when they purchase from commercial Washington.The .

J;, commercial situation prevailing during:; when only 3.393 ships made the transit recently as* did that between the Atlantic hatcherymen. A method of determin. child decked In a rare cere-

? the World war. A period of prosperity paying tolls of S19.G20.4rin.! : compared i coast of the United States and Ing sex In chicks, developed to a science monial Jewel Is not the, only sign

followed and then the canal was with 4.r:>06 the year before, paying 20. the Pacific coast of South America, In Japan, Is being widely introduced that the Mayas sacrificed children to f

struck by the world-wide depression. 707,8;.G.Revival. and between ,Europe and Australia. Into the United States. the gods found by the expedition. A

Last year, however, world trade began began In August 1933. and Trade between the Pacific coast of the Federal Department of Agriculture large number of child burials indicate

to revive, bringing Increased busi- In the year ended .June 30. 1934. the United States and Europe declined, experts are now teaching members ,ot to' the archeologists that the
ness to the "big ditch" and coincident- canal showed an Increase for the first due to the curtailed oil and grain ship- poultry departments of state unIversities Mayas, llke the Aztecs and some of '

ally the canal's strategic importancewas time, 5,533 ships and tolls of $24.0<1t: ments, usually ,second largest In the and colleges the methods em- the Indians of the Andes,' offered

dramatically Impressed on the 789., Principal gains were registered! trade of the canal. ployed In Japan Members of the children to the gods hoping, to receive -

f' world Inlay when the entire United poultry department at Cornell have already the favor of abundant rain.
t States fleet crossed from the Pacific to
had such Instruction and have
;<, the Atlantic in one unit and within 48 Nazi Flag in a New Jersey Camp tried It out In a practical way with '

t hours. ) much more success on New York
Further attention to the canal's Im- farms. DO YOU SUFFER .

portance In relations between the Male chicks may be separated from

,! United States, Its Insular territoriesand < the females with SO to 90 per cent accuracy RFllRITIS.? i
possessions and the international by those trained In the Jap-

policies of the republic was occasioned anese method. In the future, farmers
,...:t when President Roosevelt passed may buy only half the usual numberof
an.w s,.::,:.. American and European Scien ,
through aboard the U. S. S. Houston chicks to raise pullets for their

err en route to Hawaii laying flocks by purchasing only the tists Agree That Mineral ,
Building Required Ten Years. females. This will help to reduce feed

Building of the canal by the United b : and equipment costs. The males may Water Is Beneficial

States required about ten years. While be sold to those who specialize In pro-

American money and brains are gen- duction for the broiler market. '
erally credited with ,Its construction, The technique of determining sex.In

European labor furnished most of the chicks may be learned In two days toa I

brawn, and the efficiency of the "Gal- week, but a thousand chicks at least People spend hundreds of millionsof

legos," Spaniards from the region of should be studied to obtain skill and dollars every year going to the

GalIcIa, Is still remembered.In speed. great mineral water health resorts- of
1906, when work on the dredgingwas Europe and America.
of these have to travel-
Many people
Intensified, about 1,200 Spaniardswere
Chick Piling Means Big thousands of miles. Many of them
Their services
employed. wereso
suffering untold pain from
satisfactory that In 1907 and 1908 rf t ;Tills f rk. a>i1Ii Loss to the PoultrymanThe "rheumatic" aches, from arthritis,
about 7,000 more were brought to the piling of chicks frequently from neuritis, from gout. Others

Isthmus. They were a hardy vigorous causes heavy losses. This habit Is suffered from certain stomach ail-

group, trained to severe and" continuous common with chicks ranging in age ments or excess acid or sluggishnessor
r labor a general rundown condition.
and accustomed to
from two to four months, but Is most
The scientific and medical recordsof
t '
and frugal living.
wages disastrous with chicks Just at the time and America show that
Most of the contract labor. however, Europe a
heat Is discontinued the Missouri
says large of these people
very percentage
obtained from the West
was nearby Farmer. To avoid these losses
often gained blessed relief and help by
Indies, which furnished 30,000 labor taxes, the ingenuity of the poultryman. these natural mineral water treat-
ers. About 2,000 Italians 1,500 Colom- ,
,. The danger ceases as soon as the ments.
bians, 1,100 Greeks and smaller num- >N r1Y9j' r however do have
)/ chicks take to the roosts. To encour- Today, you
bers of Frenchmen and Armenians. age early 'roosting, roosts should .be to,travel long distances to'partake of
the healthful qualities of fine natural
Benefits Many Regions.
Installed at least by the time the
mineral water. You do not even haveto
While the canal
was opened August chicks _are six weeks old. These it .
the excessive cost having
15, 1914, It subsequently had to be pay
should be placed In the rear of the in gallon con-
shipped to you quart or
closed on account of landslides, which f house only a few Inches above the
.. -i;:';;;; tainers. For Crazy Water Crystals
delayed Its usefulness and greatly In- I floor. ,bring to your own home the precious
creased the cost over ,advance esti The losses from piling are due to minerals of one of the world's fine
,,;A.-I, mates. On July 20, 1920, it was reopened Sponsored by The Friends of New Germany, Camp Wllle und Macht (Will the chicks on the bottom of: the pile mineral waters in crystal form at a
and during the last 14 years and Might) Is being conducted near Griggstown, N. J., and 200 boys of German smothering or "sweating" which saps 'great saving in expense.
;;;;;, descent learning the rudiments military drill. The lads the Nazi
has exerted a tremendous Influence on are carry their vitality. Some poultrymen avoid To Crazy Water Crystals absplute-
maritime affairs. swastika flag and are taught German and the first principles of NazIIsm. piling by installing wire frames. For ly nothing is added. All you do is
'add Crazy Water Crystals to your j
Instance, a frame two feet wide runnIng -
drinking water and you have a great
II Yellowstone Park Draws More Visitors ground. The insects habitually clean, the entire length of the north mineral water which has benefited
I their feet by putting them In their side of the house frequently solves the millions.If .

0- mouth. They step In the dust; then problem. This frame, 'covered with you, or any of your friends, suf-
put their feet In their mouths and wire netting, Is sloped up so that the fer from "rheumatic" aches or painswe
/. Big Increase in the Attendance the Red Lodge highway, has brought swallow the poison. back edge Is about ten Inches above suggest you investigate Crazy
Over Last Year. 1,792 visitors through the scenic mountainous the floor. As the chicks crowd toward Water Crystals at once. Just ask any
passageway leading to the of, the millions of people who have
the they are elevated off the
park. Costly Mineral in Dust given them a full and fair trial and
floor. This and if
Yellowstone Park, Wyo.-Travel Into discourages piling, you will realize how beneficial they
California hold the
continues to
Pile Problem the frames provided with a coupleof
Company's are have been to so sufferers.
Yellowstone National park continued many
lead for state representation, with 11- Calif.-A 1-lnch strips, they will serve as The standard size' box costs only ;;
Its amazing increase over last Atolia, million and a half '
637. Montana, Idaho, Utah Wyoming. roosts. and makes enough mineral water
and is still 10.000 than dollars outside the door. $1.50
year greater Illinois and New York follow. Every piled and no for several weeks treatment. Crazy 3
1029. the largest travel year in park way of releasing It-that is the problem '
state In the Union, every province Water Co., Mineral Wells, Texas. '
history, according to the summary released Canada. Hawaii the Philippine Is- which confronts the Atolia Min- Ration for Growing FlockA .

by Roger W. ,Toll. park super- lands, Mexico, the Panama Canal ing company here operators of one of practical ration for the growing''

intendent. Zone, Alaska, China, Chile, Porto Rico the world's two tungsten mines. flock of youngsters must be of a. kindto
Visitors to date numbered 149,403 as In 1914, when tht war proved
and the Dutch West Indies were represented supply materials for growths, bone
compared with 94,255 last year land among auto licenses displayed ten, a very rare mineral used for structure and for reproduction. Sucha
139.031 up to August 1, 1929. Besides hardening steel, to be a necessity It .
by motorists at the gateways. ration contains plenty of digestiblefats
the thousands of rail from $6 unit of ater ?::STA:5!
passengers 43.- Fish reported caught by visitors as Jumped a 20 pounds to and carbohydrates, proteins of

319 passenger-laden automobiles have they leave the gateways total 101,875. $84 overnight Previously processing the right quality, enough, minerals, are for sale by dealers displaying '
been checked in at the five gates thus by tungsten was almost unknown and the the red and Crazy Water
This does not include those caught some "ballast" or Indigestible material green
far. The east gate continues to lead employees, permanent residents of the methods very primitive. In the scram-- and a supply of the highly Important Crystals sign. Get a box today.
In auto arrivals, with the West Yellow ble ore valued at more than a million ele- i
park, or rail travelers. vitamins. Some of the necessary
stone gateway a close second and the dollars was rushed to a grinder and
ments In such a ration are: yellow
north, south and newly opened northeast ground so fine that It
was Impossibleto corn, wheat middlings, raw bone (cal- POUNDS' OF FAT MELT AWAY by tak-
r entrance following In order. The New Law Compels All separate the mineral from the waste. calcium ing 1 NUFORM CAPSULE betore meals.
cium phosphate) grit ( car- Doctors prescribe this treatment. Send II
; latter leading In from Cooke City over There It has lain to date, looking like small for 2 weeks supply. Results guaranteed.
Turks to Take Surnames bonate) milk and salt (only a GALEN CO. - JERSEY CITY N. J.
.. any sand heap, a huge pile of
... poten- quantity).-Wisconsin Agriculturist.
Istanbul-It took a long time to tial wealth, but unavailable.
I SPEEDY GIRLS ,draft the bill under which all Turksare

to adopt surnames, but the Ankara Separating ChicksWhen
Immense Ball of
::- s.- :"'==&<- /dZ y""X' national assembly has passed It. cockerels should be separatedfrom

This means that within a year every Shows Earth's Rotation pullets In the flock of baby G
Turkish will have a new ap
family Philadelphia, Pa.-A large metal ball chicks depends upon the facilities
1 pellation. Or rather not every family, but as a general rule the
gLd weighing 1,688 pounds has been suspended available,
/ but the vast majority, for some two or
In the Franklin Institute hereto birds should be separated as soon as
three hundred families already have Illustrate the rotation of the earth the sex is determined. The new quar- NO MORE WORMS

surnames. on Its axis. ters, however, should be well heated "DEAD SHOT"Dr.

Now surname-bearing Is to be made The ball swings on an 87-foot wire and the cockerels fully feathered be- Peery's Vermifuge kitts and

universal by law under a penalty ofa under the Institute's main staircase fore they are moved. Cockerels makea expels Worms and Tapeworm Ina
fine of $45. Its direction much more rapid growth than pul-
changing about ten degrees few hours. Good for grown-ups,
: The main advantage of the adoption in an hour, and making a com lets and as a result, If the birds are too. One dose does the trick.
of surnames Is expected to. be the plete revolution once every 30 hours. not separated, the hopper and floor
elimination of the present confusiondue The arrangement Is known as the space will be crowded and make the Dr.Peery's'DEAD SHOTvermifugo50o ,

% z to Mehmed All, for Instance, having Foucault experiment, Jean Bernard chicks more susceptible to disease and TML
10,000 rival bearers of the same 1{ T 0.yOPl1 hUN Trrt
Leon French cannibalism.
physicist, having .'
name. The consequence Is that one
'J; y' originated pendulum arrangementIn r y
of them Is arrested and Jailed when It 185L
\ ,; Colored Minorcas
,. wanted.
x Is another who Is a bottle nt druggists or
Originally, according to some early Wrlght's Pill Co, 100 Cold bt., N.Y. City.

Schuylkill Loses Pearl writers, Minorcas were seen In a varI-

Employ Unique Methodin Honors to' Brandywine ety of colors and In recent times the

Poisoning Crickets cuckoo or barred and blue varieties
PbiladElphia.-The HrrClHIHNG FEETTender.
Schuylkill river
have been developed. Blue Minorcasare
/ s Billings Mont. Mormon crickets i once noted as the only Pennsylvania said to have been produced by Inflamed burning- skin Instantly
,,,, 'that have Invaded the Crow Indian res- stream harboring pearl-bearing mussels with soothed healed by nrst application.( Completely'
':''- N "/o-/-< = crossing the black hens heavy by a few moro appllcatlonsofTiU.RAlINh4 -
::=to", ervation and parts of the Custer Na- I Is forced: to share the honor with Andalusian roosters. There is no men- STQdrantco.tho satlsf amazing action new or refund prescription.promptly.

llelene Boucher, slxteen-year-oW tional forest south of here, destroying the historic Brandywine.Paul tion In poultry books of buff Minorcaa: 60a at your druggitt'i or'JH.fpc 4frtmtTERRADUiE
) French flyer, who set a new world between 15 and 20 per cent of the G. Masters, of Huntington Valley or any others except as above men- Bor-1184 CO.Atlantn.Gn.

speed record- for women, when she wheat crop In that section, are being I'a., has a collection of Brandy- tioned, the tendency being to keep
flew C21 miles at an average speed of poisoned by a novel] method. A poisonous wine pearls found over a period of 20 close to the recognized types, wftlrb WNU-7 3a34THE
25-11132 dust spray Is scattered over the years. demands.
\ : appear to meet all




i I Ifirmation,)-So far. w -I -

D. B. A.-How old are they? pppppprpppppppppppppp5flllllpp
I 1 Ey. Mr. I.- (vaguely) Oh', about ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
Castles In The Glades }Marjorie B. Wallace twenty, I guess. B JACK'S FAMOUS Un I REQUEST

D. B. A.-What do you think of I | Chop Suey Dinners C. E. STEBEL
the,comic opera war out in New Orleans ,. t \,,
One of the surest consolations in by the then supervising drainage engineer ? J2 Tuesday from GOO to 8:0d ga Electrical Contracting i iPHONE12L21 i{{

fact that in 1909 the U. S. Mr. I.-Doesn't make any differ- ) )
this vale of tears is the made to u >M
I ence to me, one way or the other. JsPECJAL BROILED STEALS *
there Is an end to ,everything, bad Department of Agriculture.Well K Ba
And so on, until, I burst out laughingand Dinners BB PAHOKEE FLORIDA
the midst of the world do Now, Thursday Night
or worse. Lincoln in move. acknowledged\ defeat, whereuponwe
his terrifying melancholies held fast having found plenty of suitable ma- parted most amicably. But I, hav- H Agent for

to the thought, "this. too, will pass." terial, and having arrived at the ing no complexes against direct assertions -IWatanabe Hotel gg GENERAL EL'ECTRICREFRIGERATORS:

Our friend Coue had the same idea- place where millions mean less than make this one here and' .Mis. F. It. Maxwell, Trop g RANGES AND
now: I like Mr. Ingersoll, and so will
"ca passe, ca passe." So, friends,: thousands used to mean, Uncle Samis M HaBBBBBflBBMKBBBBBBBflXBBBBBa APPLIANCESOpen
you when you meet him-if you
building the levee, plus hurricane
Romans and countrymen, next weekwe don't let him scare you to death at
come to the end of our Kollum, gates and drainage structures and first. -

at least as far as I am concerned; spillways hither and,with yon and the thousands finances split of men up 167,000 cubip yards to the credit, :..N..NM. .NNNNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...:.NNNNNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......................................................................NI.. .....:w....NNI .. ...
will duly
the reasons therefor of the Gulfport for the first ten daysof I
set forth in the farewell appearance.So employed and the lake region enjoy- I t '. --- -
this month. CanalPoint gate so I
if there is anything that you ing a period of wonderful prosperity; nearly done, that it isn't even inter-
would like me to say about anybody, high rents, "white bacon," alias saw- esting any more., The General won'tbe
hurry up and tell me, for opportunity -I mill chicken selling at 20 cents a here for about three weeks, at Iii I CLEWISTON I I'z.
knocks no more. How well I am pound, lots of convivial gentlemen best All construction work marching 60LF
aware that there are already some on a Saturday ,night for the policeto along nicely, and everybody looking :- : I t tI ti
pick to !keep in practice; more .
woh are saying, "Yah! I knew that up hungrily toward the new con- I ,
smart-alecky woman would go too far equipment grouped on any one contract :: :;:
tracts, with speculation rife as ,to i !
than the, Everglades ever saw '' ..t.Y .
made to So
and be quit
some day who will be sent where. Well, I don'tknow : 'COURSE A
I have before; bustle and business on every I =
dear friends-but
sorry my: but I have some guesses. ? 1 1'i
yet to endure my first rebuke from hand. Years and years from now, handy.. i A At

headquarters, and the most 'sincere when this has become the garden- And if you want to take over my S
spot of the country you'll be proudto y
regrets that the Kollum must close Castles let Kit Bowden know. .. .
f 'i.
have come from those "at the top". have lived through these days. .. ..-" -" "'' ; IIJP"""""" .' -, ..
: :', ; .:.
,Diplomacy has been strained to the Before I forget it, here's the recipe JOXESUXDERHILLThomas -,
f breaking point more than once, try- from the Gulfport cook, Mr. t I III IY

ing to keep peace in my family of Flirt-I'm not fooling-who has
H. Jones, jr., son of Mr. t
dredges and contractors and inspectors been ,on the dredge since 1918. It and Mrs. T. H. Jones of Clewistonand
but I believe the Kollum leaves is for shrimp gumbo, and it is con- Miss riy
Dorothy Underhill, daughter -
only friends behind. I hope so. sidered his prize dish by everyone of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Underhillof II II
Last week I used up .all my space who has tasted it. For two' quartsof Fort Myers were married in Clew- to the Public i

before I got around to telling you shrimp, brown two tablespoonsof iston Saturday night by Rev. NevinH.
about the early levee ideas set forthin flour in an equal amount of drip- Schaaf, pastor of the Community
the loaned Fred pings add of tomatoes, two A
reports me by ; a can Church. in
They are residing Clew- AY .
Neblker. Way back in 1845_ there onions and three stalks of celery iston.
was discussion concerning the advisability chopped fine, and a little left-over y

and the feasibility of. drain- ham, chopped. Bring to a boil and MIIS. THOMAS HOSTESS AT
ing the Everglades: and stranc to add the raw shrimp; cook for :30:: FIRST LADIES AID MEETINGMrs. %: .1
say, not only the saw-grass lands minutes, season to taste; then add Y

south of Lake Okeechobee were enough fUee powder to thicken and G. B. Thomas was hostess at x t,

slated by some engineers for drain- cook 5 minutes more. Jerry says this the first fall meeting of the Ladies- S. +,
age, but the lake Itself, as well. That is equally good made with" crab meator Aid Society of the Community :: Moderate Green Fees :z:
was soon found to be impractical, but chicken or ,what have you in placeof Church y

agitation for canals from the laketo the shrimp.' All gumbo should be Mrs. Grover Thursday Poole afternoon, president, was :: Exceptional Fairways :::
the coast continued for years and served with steamed rice, dry and I
in the chair at the business meeting
for volumes of" reports before any- fluffy. I I and an instructive and interesting :!: Interesting Greens ) ::

thing was done about it. Originallythe Monday I cornered the new engineer -' x
program was presented by a group I I
scheme of a dike around the Mr. Ingersool, for an interview,I members. .A:.
south and east shore of the lake was which was extremely amusing to me, Plans were announced for the benefit ,-

an alternative to the digging of can- and I suspect no less so to him. The I I bridge to be given today at the ::....N.N..N.N.N..N.N..N..N.N......:.N.N..N..N.N.N.N.N..N..N.N.N.M..M.N.N.N..N..N.N..N..M..NN.. ..N.N.N..M..H.N..N.111
als, and was quite properly rejected. ten minutes of conversation resolved Inn for the Society. _

But here's why. Itself at the start into desperate at- Mrs. B. F. McMullen, Mrs. Fred !

"Owing to the absence of suitable tempts by Dredge Boat Annie to trap Gary and Mrs. Roberts, were weIII -
material along the' line of the pro- Mr. Ingersoll into a definite state-I coined as new members. Others pres-, !IIIIIIIIIIIUI \):>illlnIIIIIII! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIt'J11I111lI"IIIIr0! \<;;jIIIlIIIIIII"I llllllllllIlllrIJ II""III"III'/"lJ' !!liiIlllli"ra'! ;' ,

posed levee with which to build if, ment of any, sort whatever, and the II ent were Mis. J.. E._ Beardsley, Mrs.

its construction would be very I smoothest refusal upon the part of J. W. Ezelle, Mrs., H. ,R. Hall, Mrs
pensive. The muck might be eX-j the witness to be inveigled into the Wm. Lockhart, Mrs. I. D. Leydig,
by dredges and solid material slightest direct declaration of 'opinion -
Mrs. C. E. Mills, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell,
ed in from the pine woods, and a or fact. Something like this: Mrs. Gayle McFadden, Mrs. G C.

levee constructed: but this would I D. B. A.-Where is your home, I Poole, Mrs. I.1.. Pafford, Mrs.' W. 'C. Down to Rio" '
necessitate the building of a trestle Mr.'" Ingersoll? Prewitt, Mrs. George Terrell, Mrs. "flying 4

to support a track on which to bringin I Mr. I.-Why, right here. (And I 'Thomas, Mrs. George Royal, Mrs. ,A.

the material, which would make don't know yet where he comes from, 0. Ward, Mrs. A. V. Southard, Mrs.
the cost prohibitive." Whereupon I originally.) Leslie Miller and Mrs. Walter
the report goes on to estimate for I D. B. A. You have two sons, hav- Vaughn.
this "prohibitive cost" about five en't ?
Greetings, signed by all members
and one-third million bucks. Absenceof I Mr. I.-Yes. And then
( ,
hurriedly, folks
present were sent to Mrs. R. Y. Pat- Clewiston are cordially invited to
suitable material, my eye! I as if he suddenly realized tliat he had
terson, a faithful member, who is
That quotation is from a report been tricked into an unqualified af-I
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