The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00493
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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 21, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Castles In the Glades A rearrangement of counters in
Wells and Royal, operators and
the B. and B. grocery and the ad-
owners of a chain of groceries
EditorialWith dition of a bin for self-service bask-

: TWICE THIS WEEK around the south shore of Lake ets has been effected by Dean King, CIRCUIT COURTThe

Okeechobee, are opening a new manager, to increase the efficiency
the natural reluctance to acknowledge of service and i
I to give added floor
store at Belle Glade this week.L. .
-- unpleasant happenings,
The Sugarland Service Station was V. Booker, who has been in we postponed announcing until this space. fall term of circuit court,:
of small By grouping, a wrapping counter which convened in LaBelle Monday
broken into and robbed the Clewiston store, has gone to week the suspension of that very and cashier's
amounts of money' twice this week, Belle Glade as manager of the store popular column "Castles In The of the a floor desk in the center with Circuit Judge George W.

bringing the total of burglaries in there. The local store will continue Glades". The suspension is made necessary the is space left the remainder of Whitehurst and States Attorney Guy
Clewiston in 1934 to 11. Sunday under the supervision of G. H. by the fact that Mrs. Mar- room themselves free for customersto M. Strayhorn in charge, was well
_ night a robber or robbers, entered Brown. serve from the stock underway with the trial in the sev,
jorie B. Wallace, its author, is mov- of groceries.
; the ,station, and according to G. E. eral cases where true bills were re..
. ing to Stuart, Mr. Wallace having
' Etherton, owner and operator, made been assigned as one of the inspectors turned by the grand jury.

away with two vending machines, MAJ.-GEN. PILLSBURY on the spillways along the St. LATHAM Occupying chief attention todayis
both of which were practically empty -
I Lucie Canal.PersonaiIy. the civil case of George R. Lynn,
;.:. 7.Apparently jr., and the Lduisville Trust Com-..
and on behalf of the
11.. dissatisfied with the VISITS LAKE WORK hundreds of readers of the column, ON SPILLWAY JOBThe pany as trustees of the estate of;

haul they?} first attempt, another rob- I we express our very sincere appre- Flora Shanks, each suelng the Atn

bery; was executed on Tuesday with ciation to Mrs. Wallace for her !antic Coast Line railroad company

:. slightly better results, Mr. Etherton Major General G. B. Pillsbury, as- faithful service. Beginning with the E. H.. Latham company of for 3000. The suits resulted from,1

, reporting that another vending machine sistant chief, of Engineers, U. S. issue of January 26th, Mrs. Wallace Toledo, Ohio, with a bid of approximately a grade crossing accident in Cewisvton

t. and a small amount of cash, Army, arrived from Washington yes- has submitted her column regularly $420,000 was low bidder on last year in which Mrs. Lynn; ,

t approximately; six ,dollars were taken terday afternoon and, accompaniedby each week. She has ,worked en- furnishing all plant, material and and Miss Shanks were killed. Morris, -
t' :.-On the latter occasion the safe other U. S. Army officials, is tirely without remuneration and has labor for construction of spillwayson E. White, of the Tampa law firm of;
"I; with and the door spending a few days here making a Reeves and White
was tampered sof. said that "the column has been its the St. Lucie canal. Bids were Mabry, Carlton ;
badly damaged that it cannot be general inspection of every detail of own reward." We do not believe any opened in Jacksonville Friday at the is conducting the suit for the plain..

[ 1 opened. The thief failed in the attempt the Lake Okeechobee project. of her readers, except those schooledin district office of U. S. Engineers. tiffs and the firm, Henderson and

;- to open it, however, so the With General Pillsbury are Col- news-gathering, will realize just Contracts will be awarded by the Franklin, assisted by Roy D. Stubbs,

contents were undisturbed. onel Warren T. Hannun of New Or- how much time, effort and expense War Department in Washington.The all of. Fort Myers, represented the
leans, division engineer for the railroad. The cases were opened this
Both Sunday and Tuesday night,
Mrs. Wallace has put into the Col- Latham company Is just com-
the thief entered by the same route I southeastern division, Major B. C. umn. pleting a contract involving the con- morning.

through. the repair shop in the rear Dunn, of Jacksonville, district engi- struction of four huge hurricane Criminal cases which were on the
.. Castles In The Glades has been
in of the
of the building, and removed a neer charge dis- I fall docket include C. M. Cain
: a most desirable feature of the Everglades gates at locations in the levee at the : of
- trict C. Nelson also of Jacksonville I
door into the office. Clewiston who charged with
newspapers; it has carried West Palm Beach canal at Canal was
r Robberies have not been a paying office, engineer under whose supervision embezzlement in the faked robbery
I correct (even when not official) information Point; the juncture of the Hillsboro
I the ake has
proposition and no reason for the project been of the Wells and here
,, of the activities'of the and North New River canals west of Royal grocery
small""crime wave" can be seen. In since its beginning, and Captain U. S. Engineers on the vast Lake Belle Glade, the Miami canal at Miami I. this spring. Cain entered a plea of
where large amount of Patrick Timothy of New Orleans, as- but has not received sentence.
case a
every I Locks and the Industrial canalat guilty,
sistant project. It has acquainted civilians I
money has been involved, the cul- to Colonel Hannun. Clewiston.The Two other Clewiston cases involve -
with the personnel of the Engineering : I
prit has been arrested and at least The visiting engineers, during I negroes. Marcus Bishop was
Corps and with the .lingo of the new contract calls for the
a part of the loot recovered.On their stay here, will visit all partsof charged with second degree murderfor
profession. It has enabled those of : construction of seventeen spillways
March 11, the Wells Royal the work from the St. Lucie canalto I the death of John Simmons, who
us who have been loo lazy to trudge along the north and south banks of
grocery was robbed of $212; C. 'M. the auxiliary floodway channel was killed by a stick of wood alleg-
through mire and walk the pipe- the St. Lucie canal between Lock 1
Cain, an employee, was arrested, ; and levee at Fisheating creek at edly wielded by Bishop on April
lines ourselves, to see through the at Port Mayacca and Lock 2, whichis
confessed and the entire amount was I the two termini of the work now 14th. Bishop entered a plea of not
keen, enthusiastic eyes of its author: ten miles west of Stuart. Locations -
recovered. completed or underway.This guilty and the trial resulted in .a
just what is being done by the var- I for each of the structures have
Then followed a series of four mi .rial thejury failing after a
is ,
the third time this year "
I ious pieces of equipment visible from :, been staked by a survey crew which
robberies, which were later proved ; that a Washington official has visit- shore. has spent the past month on the pro- full day's deliberation to agree on
to have been committed by the same the Lake a verdict.
ed Okeechobee project. In j
I ,At present, we have been unable ject. Each of the spillways will bea
gang: on May 1st, the Clewiston February Major General Edward M. to formulate plans for the continuance different structure, and adapted in Louise Childs, Harlem negress, is

Supply lost $25 in cash, and about I Markham, chief of engineers, accom- of the column. We doubt thatit size and design to its particular- charged with assault on Archie Wil-

$400 'worth of merchandise. About panied by Col. Hannun and Major will be our good luck to find cation. The spillways are designedto liams, whom Vie-is said to have cut

ten days later, some dynamite and Dunn paid a special visit to the any one- who can combine the fea- prevent the erosion of soil into with a knife in a quarrel. She has-<1:'

some small items were' taken from dredge, 'Welatka, which did a very tures of news-gatherer, interpreter the canal from the lands draining plead not guilty, and awaits trial.
the wholesale Gulf Refining com- fine piece of work building levee into the waterway. Jbhn Harmon, colored, is charged
philosopher, and humorist does
pany's plant here. A few days later, above Moore ,Haven. In June Major Mrs. Wallace. ,with second degree murder for the

the U. S. Sugar corporation office Brehan B. Somerville and two COUNTY OFFICIALS BACK ax-killing of Paul Jackson, also col-
4 was burglarized and a number of PWA engineers were accompaniedby Mrs. Wallace called at the office FROM CAPITAL VISIT I ored, on April 4th. This case also

..;.. fountain pens, pencils, clocks, etc., : Col. Hannun in an investigationhere last week and "resigned," explaining awaits trial.

- \ ... were taken. The A. C. L. Depot was in connection with their surveyof that Uncle Sam had seen fit to Fred L. Dunaway,of Felda, chairman Three white men of Fort Myers"
robbed on May 14th and the safe 'estimated costs of constructinga send Mr. Wallace to another location of the county commissionersof John 'andV'illie Montgomery and
blown to bits. These four robberieswere cross-state canal. and that it will be impossible for:
Hendry county and L. O. Gravelyof Percy Williams, were convicted of
solved with the arrest of the her to continue the column from
'Lieut. R. Selee, In charge of the LaBelle, attorney for the board cattle stealing. The case involved the
Anglin gang in Wauchula about two Clewiston sub-office U. S. Engineers, that distance. have just returned from a trip to butchering of a heifer owned by Mrs.
weeks after- the last robbery here. will accompany the visitors on their Uncle Sam has been known to the state capital in the interests of Nellie Weathersbee on June 30th,

Part of the articles stolen from all tour of inspection. change his mind rather suddenly, county affairs.Stewart The three entered pleas of not guilty

four places were recovered.On and we cannot help but hope that but were convicted by a jury. which

July 2nd, the B and B gro- Diamond Ball Game at somehow he may find It in his heartto Declines HomeOwners brought in its verdict last night.
cery was broken into and a slot ma- arrange for Mrs. Wallace to stay I Sentence has not been passed on the

chine and 18 cartons of cigaretteswere Sebring Rained OutThe within working range of the government League PlaceE. defendants.
stolen. The emptied machinewas operations on the lake.

found, but no arrests were madein For Dredge Boat Annie will be
Grand Jury ReportThe
this case. Clewiston Kiwanis diamondball greatly missed by us all. L. Stewart, nominee for Hendry -

The golf club house was the next team, with the flush of a victoryover county representative In the 1935
robbery and on Friday, July 13th, the crack Fort Pierce team S. T. KELLEYS. legislature today declined an invi- Hendry county grand jury has

(it was unlucky this time) a thief three nights before, journeyed to --.- tation to become a vice-president of presented its report to Circuit Judge

entered in the daytime and stole Sebring Friday evening for a sche- 'T. Kelley died at his home in the ,Home Owners League of Flor- George W. Whitehurst Tuesday, and r

about six dollars in cash and a quan- duled game with the Sebring firemen Kerney, Missouri, Wednesday night ida, an organization being promoted recommended, besides minor repairsto
tity of candy. -. after an illness of three ,weeks. Mr. by W. C. Hodges, of Tallahassee!' county property, that an audit be i

During the week of August 13th, "But when Kelley was the father of E. E. Kel- to campaign for the adoption of the made of the books of the county sup
they got there
a thief entered the Community ley and grandfather of Mrs. T. B. homestead exemption amendment to erintendent of public instruction and
Church and stole the contents of the The diamond was bare," Shelley of Clewiston. He was 73 be voted upon in the November elec- that Clewiston officials through the

birthday box. for a heavy rain had unexpectedly years of age. tion. justice of the peace or through may-

On September 2nd, a robber held cancelled the game. A number of the Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Kelley celebrated In declining the invitation, :Mr.: or's court, take care of minor of- '

up A. W.. Slas, assistant postmasterand Clewiston...players and fans who had their golden wedding anni- Stewart explained his position as fenses against the law in Clewiston.The .

forced, him to enter the post accompanied them, were guests of versary in May and their son visit- that of neutrality so far as attempting report in full is as follows:

.'" office and open the safe. About $172 the Circle Theatre, which made up ed them at the time and was pres- to exert any Influence among LaBelle, Florida,
.r 1' was taken. Ernest Edwards was ar- in a measure for their disappoint.ment. ent for the celebration. Mr. and Mrs. voters either for or against the amendment Sept. 18, 1934. ;

"' rested in connection with this case Shelley also visited the elder Kelleys : "I feel that the legislaturehas To the Honorable George W.

and has been taken by federal au- Those making the trip to Sebringwere during their summer vacation. Many done its part in putting this Whitehurst,

thorities to the Sarasota county jail Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelley, Mr. Cle'wiston residents will' rememberthe amendment before the people of the Judge Circuit Courti,

to await the next term of federal and Mrs. Cy Cruze, Mr.' and Mrs. elder Mr. Kelley most kindly, as state. It is now up to the citizensto Hendry county;

grand jury.Welatka. Campbell Nail, Mr. and Mrs. Grat- he endeared himself to many during decide whether or not this amendment I We, the grand jury empaneled for

ton George, Miss Evelyn Hare, A. a short visit here about 4 years ago. I I becomes a part of the consti- i the fall term of circuit court, 1934,'

to Have New L. Hackett, Hubert Land, Neal Williamson tution of the state. As a member of for Hendry County, respectfully report .
R. Hawkins, Joe Cato, HEAVY RAINFALL INCLEWISTON I the legislature I feel that it wouldbe 1 to your Honor that we have investigated -

Steel Derrick BoatThe Howard Lang, Beder Nall, Coburn THIS WEEK out of place for me to become an all criminal violationsthat
Moore, Ed Clark, Charles Roberts, officer of this league and so endorseIts have been brought to our attention -
A. N. Gallant, L. C. Yoemans, Pete Heavy showers yesterday broughtthe campaign." and in all cases wherewe
dredge Welatka, Is to have anew 'Wilson and R. D. 'Whidden. total rainfall for this week to deemed the evidence sufficientwe

steel derrick boat. Contract for 4.8 inches, a large proportion of the EXECUTIVE RETURNS I' have found True Bills, and where:
its construction was awarded to the'I DRAINAGE CULVERTS TO rain that has fallen here during the AFTER FLORIDA VISIT the evidence was Insufficient we

Jacksonville Utility company, of TR, STARTED AT ONCE month of September. During the first --. i'have found No Bills. \
Jacksonville, Florida, at a price of t 20 days of the month 5.48 inches Wm. J. Herman, vice-president of! We have examined the CourtHouse

$11,995.The Equipment Is being moved by has been recorded at the laboratoryof the McWllliams Dredging Company,' : and jail and find they arc .
Jacksonville office of U. S,/ Paul H. Smith, contractor, to the the U. S. Sugar corporation here. returned this week to his home in'l I' J being t kept In good condition.

Engineers received bids for the ,con locations of the six big drainage cul- The rainfall is a bit high for the New Orleans, where the main offices Whereas the clock on the courthouse
> struction of the boat. It will be bulll verts for which contract was awarded Clewiston vicinity, as ,it usually escapes of his company are located, after I is a great convenience to the
(;") In Jacksonville and towed to th him a week ago, and work will I I some of the heavy rains that a visit to the Lake Okeechobeoproject ]people of this community and also

I Welatka In Lake Okeechobee. begin almost at once on their construction are common during September In the on which the McWilliams t to' the traveling public, and we understand -

d o Pahokee-Canal ,Point section. I company have a completed contract it can be repaired and keptn

Eugene Schaeffer and N. A. Brok The culverts are located on the The total 1934 rainfall to date is and one under construction. ispent running condition for a comparatively -
: ing, editors of the
Highlands Count south shore, from Port Mayacca to 54.55 inches. Mr. Herman, with his family small sum, we therefore re- .
News of Sebring, were visitors h 1 Bacom Point. a few days in Palm Beach;jc ommend: that the Board of County

Clewiston Saturday. They were mak Louis Rivero returned Monday after after leaving Clewiston. C Somiiiisslonera have this done at
'1 0 ing a sight-seeing trip through th Jimmy Loftin, Walker Nail and spending the summer with rela- nce.

ici Lake Okeechobee section and re. J. W. Hampton are back In Clewtst tives in Cuba. He Is employed in the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Godfrey returned -" The room used by the Grand Jurys
\" turned to Sebring via Canal, Pain ton after a month at Indlantown on time 1 the af-
keeping department of the sug- Saturday from South Carolina 'ery. unpleasantly hot in
and Okee ,obee. the St: Lucie canal survey J ar company. where they spent the summer. ,)I Continued oil Page S),
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8. Five banks Insured by the FDIO
News Review of Current have failed. I

4. Federal home loan bank system

loans are far below capacity because

Events the World Over of faults now being corrected.

HUEY LONG'S plans to control the

In Louisiana were curbedby

two injunctions issued by a. federal

Textile and a state court, but his exposure of
President Names Board to Investigate Growing the administration of New Orleans by' WEEDS FOR POULTS

Strike-Senator Lewis Says Democrats Don't Mayor Walmsley and his friends wenton SERVE AS GREENS -

unhindered. Also the "dIctator-

Support Sinclair's Socialistic Views. ship" laws passed by the senator's leg-

islature became binding and put an
Young Turkeys Need Plenty *
end to much of the gay life In New

By EDWARD W. PICKARD Orleans, for the "old regular" machine of Succulent Feed. .

which has ruled the city for
by Western Newspaper Union. years ,

was helpless.. Governor Allen, Long's Poults will consume large quantities

ROOSEVELT took a Paterson (N. J.) district and with henchman, has full power to enforce of greeu feed if it Is available. The /

PRESIDENT textile strike by ap- mills closing in other sections, the silk the new laws through the state policeor digestive tract of turkeys requires lots '

pointing a board of Inquiry. The members Industry was approximately 80 per cent the militia. Dissemination of horse of bulk and succulence and green feedIs

he named are Gov. John G. \VIgant shut down. Schweitzer disclosed thatmany race news being now unlawful, the necessary for them If good performance :

.,' of New Hampshire, unions in other Industries, not publications specializing in such Infor- is to be had. And. If large

ably the Amalgamated Clothing Workers mation planned to leave the city.
Marion Smith of Atlanta amounts are consumed, green feed will

Ga., and Raymond were offering material aid to the help cut down the consumption oth-

V. Ingersoll, strikers and supplying organizers.The R EICHSFUEHRER HITLER of Germany Evangeline Booth, commander of the er costly feeds, not only promoting a

borough president of belief of the strikers that the renewed his warfare on Salvation Army In America and daughter better: growth but making for efficient

;i Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. government would Indirectly finance Jews and also declared' all other ele- of General '''Booth, founder of the' production as well. When poults.aresmall

Smith is an attorney their walkout by placing them on the ments opposing his regime must ,be army, has been elected general of the says a correspondent In the

:r< and the son of the late relief lists was only partially Justifiedby suppressed. The chancellor, address- organization by the high council in Missouri Farmer, succulent greens

Relief Administrator Hopkins. He the annual convention of the Nazi
ing London. ,
Senator Hoke Smith.
wry > a such as lettuce, spinach or rape,
said the government took no sides in In made
party Nuremberg, a slashing
This board was ap- should be free of stems and cut finely
the matter and that relief would be attack against "Jewish Influence" on -
pointed on the recommendation so as to avoid choking. Later,, as :the
the given to strikers as to other individuals German life. He was cheered frequently HUEY LONG CURBEDBY need
of na- poults grow larger, the greens
,when It appeared they were des- his ad-
tional labor relations Impassioned COURT ORDERS not be cut although the flock should
John G. Wlgant titute. dress his anti-Jewish
clarifying again
board and Its duties be watched for choking. As the, sea
Pan-German philosophy of politicaland
were thus outlined: son advances succulent greens become
L To' inquire into the general char NRA was dealt a severe blow' when social science as the essence of Restrained i in His Fight to Win scarce, when other sources of greeifl

Retail Coal Code authority his national-socialistic doctrines for .
acter' and extent of the complaints of Primary. must be sought.
resigned In a body In protest againstthe ruling Germanic races.
workers In the cotton textile, wool, The best sources of greens later If
way the NRA is handling the code. Earlier, :a proclamation by him was
ci silk and allied Industries. the alfalfa and clover, but
The seven members,who ',were the rul- read to the delegates, warning that New Orleans, La.-The courts threw
2. into confronting where these not available weed
.. Inquire problems ing bodyunder the Blue Eagle for 80, those who dared oppos.e the Nazi state their weight Into the tug of war be-' are '
the employers in said Industries. can be fed with safety and at a profit.
dOO retail coal dealers, are: Roderick under his rule would be ruthlesslydealt tween Senator Huey P. Long and
3. Consider and means of meet- Generally speaking, weeds should be
ways Stephens, New York, chairman ; MiltonE. with, and outlining his achieve- Mayor T. Semmes Walmsley for' po-

Ing said problems and complaints. Robinson, Jr., Chicago, vice chairman ments as head of the third relch. litical control of New Orleans.. fed that are relished by such animalsas
4. Exercise In connection with said cows, and weeds that cows do not
; Clarence V. Beck St. Louis; William Combined with Hitler's attack on One temporary order was :issued by
industries authorized to be con- eat readily such as Jimson, burdock,
powers A.. Clark, Boston; Charles M. the Jews came a bitter denunciation Judge Wayne G. Borah In the Federal
section of public cocklebur and Iron weeds should be
ferred the first
by Farrar, Raleigh N. C.;, Edward B. of those "sensation-hungry corre District court to prevent R. J. Greg- ''
of the best 'weeds to
avoided. Some
resolution 44. Jacobs, Reading, Pa.; and John Mc- spondents Interested only In external ory, registrar of voters, from removingnames
b. On of the parties to labor feed are wild lettuce, lambs quarter, t
request Lachlan Pullman I1L Their "
resignation symptoms. Hitler declared they were from the registration list for
dispute, act as a board of voluntary worm weed sour and narrow dock
due to the NRA'sclaim
was responsible for a misconception of the Democratic primary election.A .
arbitration select a or morning glory, and pig weed. Tur-
or agency
person that it revise code at
can any
any Germany abroad. Insisted that Nazismwas second order was Issued by Judge

for voluntary arbitration. time without giving notice to the Industry here to stay and added violence W. Carruth Jones In the fast Baton keys,are especially fond of narrow and'
The President directed that the board sour dock.
Involved. and revolutions were endedd.USSIA'S Rouge State District court, ,tempora
should report to him, through the secretary Stems should not be given, the
rily restraining use of the state con-
of labor, not later than 'Octo- leaves off, but where
being plucked
thousand, seven hundred em-
EIGHT R ambition to be given a stabulary In the September 11 election.
ber 1. stems are accidentally fed they should
of the Aluminum Company
seat as a permanent member of "Now that the United States courts
Starting immediately after Labor of America who had been strike fora be removed from the turkey pens after
on the League of, Nations council, favoredby have stepped In," said Walmsley "we
day, the strike spread rapidly and with- the leaves are eaten''off.., Occasionally
month, were ordered by their union to
France and Great Britain, Is opposed feel sure that the rights of the independent
in a short time about 336.000 workers return to their Jobs when an agreement by Switzerland, whose delegateshave voter'will be protected." when weeds are fed, a turkey will be-

had quit their Jobs. This would Indi- ending the walkout was signed. Both come choked on a large stem and
been Instructed to vote "no" Under the federal court order, Greg-
cate the ,walkout was approximately the company and the workers accepted when this occurs it should be caught,
when the question comes up. Turkeyhas ory was directed to certify the rolls
50 per cent effective over the entire concessions through the efforts of Fred held by the feet with head downwardand ,
for in and to In court
applied a nonpayment seat appear for a hearing.A .
cotton, woolen and silk Industry which Keightly, labor department conciliator. the stem worked out of the throat
the council, stating she seeks the placeof hearing on the state troops order
normally employs In the neighborhoodof and mouth with the hands. The oper'
China, whose term is expiring. was set for September 13,- two days
650.000!: workers. Upton Sinclair ex-Socialist anon is simple and will not harm the
AFTER after, the election.
Leaders of _the strike claimed :.that obtained the Democratic nomination both' poult..
-- In cases the petitioners complained -
450,000 had quit at that time and ,that for governor of California, had SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE
that their <<
thinks it be' constitutional rights
more werejoining the walkout dally. called on President Roosevelt at Hyde may necessary -
were endangered by acts of the Long Shavings Are Superiorto
Predictions of violence were fulfilled, Park, he jubilantly as- to guarantee the price of corn

for there were bloody riots around the serted that his plan to (4" fodder in order to keep available sup- faction and power given that faction Straw .to Protect Eggs
iTfi plies on farms'in the .drouth area for under acts of the recent special sessionof
mills In New North
England Georgia "End
Poverty in California" -
relief the legislature. Shavings in the nests, straw on-the
: purposes. The farm administration -
Carolina and South Carolina, and
several was Identical
floor and wire the
netting over drop-
is to set
office In Kansas
deaths resulted. In the southern with the New DeaL up an boards- such material. and

states the National Guard was mob- Then he went to City for the purpose of making a survey Bacillus of Cancer Is ping the of
and all equipment lead to production
locating types of animal
ilized. and I
Isolated by German
feed._ The ,office also will assist county a clean eggs.
the of
sought support
drouth committees in arranging pools Berlin.-The claim that the 'cause of These are the results of tests as

GEORGE< A,, SLOAN, president of administration 1 e a del'S -. of individual farmers to make pur- the world's greatest scourge, cancer, reported by P.. B. Zumbro, extension
for his
Textile Institute, who'at Roosevelt campaign.Mr. I had chases. The government will not buy has been definitely established was specialist in poultry husbandry for the

first claimed that two-thirds of the said nothing publicly any feed ,itself for distribution. made by Prof. Wilhelm von Brehmer : Ohio State university.

workers had refused to Join the strike, of the Reich Biological institute of :Under such conditions only 23 per
concerning Mr. Sin-
later admitted that he : ,, clair but Senator Senator Lewis BECAUSE of his unwavering opposi- Dahlem, Berlin. He is supported by cent of the eggs produced were dirty.

was wrong and said: ',:-' < James Hamilton Lewis of Illinois, what he considered the extravagant the famed blood specialist, Prof; Vik When straw was used for nesting,ma-

"This thing Is gettingworse 'tor and the terial in place of shavings, the proportion
expenditures of the govern- Schilling, bacteriologists,
: chairman of the Democratic senatorial
by the hour." :.,h.{'::: .-:3 ment and to its inflationary monetary Dr. Carl Boerner and Dr. O. Jancke. of dirty eggs rose to 49 per
campaign committee made
He added that the re-. ,. pun- policies, Lewis Doug- Professor Brehmer asserts cancer is cent. When no nesting material was
( is gent comments about the California
ports he had received nominations. las has resigned as dI- due to a bacillus which hitherto has used, the percentage.. of dirty eggs

showed that additional I ."There has been no California Dem- rector of the budget. escaped observation' because it clings was 77. "

mills were closing, and ocratic nomination for governor," Senator I He had long been a: closely to the red corpuscles In the Consumers want'eggs that are free
: ,,, Lewis'said.. "The nomination fighting against cer- blood. Professor Brehmer dislodged from stain and dirt but they do not
"I am deeply dis- ,( tain of the adminis want washed Washing not only
made by Illinois Iowa Indiana Mich them and made them visible under a eggs.

tressed to learn that tration's policies, without takes time it also removes the protecting -
igan Kansas and Nebraska Repub- microscope and Berlin newspapers ;
blood has been shed avail The two- "bloom," which detracts from
publish pictures of them.
i licans who had moved to southern Cal
In Georgia. These sad budget plan with appearance of the
G. A. Sloan ifornia. It was Republicans from Pure cultures of these bacilli were egg.
events make It plain Its prospective deficitof It found that nest Is' required -
these states who nominated Mr. Sin, made by Professor Brehmer, who then was
that the forces unleashed by the strike seven billion dol- for each five birds in' the
infected healthy animals with them.
clair, not the Democrats nor the Re-
leaders are now out of their controL publicans of California. This gentleman's lars, presented to congress When the latter developed cancer Professor house. Gathering two or three times
,"This Is no longer to be viewed ''"' "" -
as last January, / each day was recommended by the
nomination can be charged to I Lewis Brehmer was able to breed fur- '
the ordinary Industrial warfare which did n'ot have his Douglas
ap- investigators..
that class of Republicans in Los An- ther cultures. The cancer bacilli only
the term 'strike' Implies In America. i proval; nor had the billion dollar defi-
geles as a general protest against conditions -, thrives In! alkaline blood, says Professor
It Is not a matter of leaving. work. and ciency appropriation bill and the
Brehmer. His researches proved
of peaceful picketing. schemes for the purchase of gold and Sanitation ImportantThe
"Senator Johnson came out for the that as a general rule the blood of
"The strike call was an appeal for silver. It was said his resignation was poultryman should exercise care
whole of the Roosevelt policies, andwas" children is acid and gradually becomes
confidence. The appeal was denied bya finally brought about by the announcement with reference 'to sanitation at all
alkaline with
nominated by all parties. We more advancing age.
vast majority of our workers. of Secretary Morgenthau that times, but in hot weather it Is necessary -
rank him as a Democrat.
"Now lawless bands of misled people, the so-called profit of two billion eight to take extra precaution. The .
"President Roosevelt is not
Man Runs Amuck
thousands In number, move across wide disturbed by presumption that he hundred million dollars resulting from Aged presence of a dead chicken on. the .'

areas, against whole ,communities, is endorsing any the Individual views of the devaluation of the gold dollar and Stabs Three in Chicago range may result in limber neck which .....

smash mill doors, drag men and women would be used to curtail the public I Is a symptom of an acute Intestinal
Candidate Sinclair. The President In old
Chlcago.-An eighty-year- man
from work they wish to debt Incurred by the New Deal. Since disorder such as comes from ptomaine
perform, and :
fact expects very shortly before the held at the' detective bureau pendinghis
threaten with violence all who do not currency Is ultimately to be Issued poisoning. Then, too, one should be
congressional elections to make an ad- return to his home In Fessenden,
against this "profit, and since there la
liberal of
yield. This is an assault careful to provide quantities
American rights. on fundamental dress to ,America, in which he will express only about five billion dollars of currency N. D., ran amuck with a knife In the clean water and this necessitates the

the Roosevelt policy and whereinthe prisoners' quarters, stabbed the lockup
now in circulation the Morgen-
Francis J. daily cleaning of the drinking utensils.
Gorman, director of the ,
real democracy he represents offers keeper perhaps fatally, and then
thau plan 50 cent
contemplates a per
strike, announced that he would Anything which, can be done In
remedies which prevent the radicalism inflation. slashed two prisoners.
revoke of sanitation to discourage the
the strike
call until the
employers of Socialism and the destructionof of
The President appointed .as acting Panic among the scores prisonersIn
had presence of files may also discourage
accepted these
demands ,
: Com'munism."We budget director Daniel W. Bell, a per the lockup was averted by police, infestation.
1. Frequent
tape worm
Recognition of the United Textile under the name of democracycan and subduedthe
Workers. manent employee of the treasury. It who rushed the lockup cleaning of the poultry house and pe-
never advocate or endorse a system -
was understood in Washington that man.
2. riodic of the house for the
Reduction of hours to 30 ',
which appropriates and confiscates there would be a general rearrange The knife wielder, Moe Lacey, is a
per: week. presence of mite*; may do much to
honest property, whether it be the ment in the Treasury department which bearded patriarch who was found wan-
3. eliminate of the losses in the
Machine load limit and some '
wage wealth of the millionaires or the weekly in the Central
would concentrate all fiscal powers dering aimlessly In Grand jrDrd.-Mlssour Farmer.
yet to be determined. poultry !
wages of millions of tollers." the ,hands ot. Secretary Morgenthau. station. The police took him to the

4. Promise by the companies not to : Several officials who are not in full detective bureau for identification and '

Interfere with union activities. DONALD RICHBERG, secretary -of sympathy with the New Deal will be then arranged for his transportation Greens and Water NeededAlfalfa

5. Provision for a mediation board council made an-
weeded out.AFTER home. or clover Is. a splendid
within the Industry to adjust disputes other report to the President on the of and
source greens range pens
between employer and employee. New Deal efforts to relieve financial five days of deliberation, Milwaukee Man Elected should be located In such fields' if'pos
Promise by the workers and em- pressure, showing the government has council of the Salvation sible. Poults drink a large amount of

ployers that there shall] be no strikesnor loaned more than seven billion dollarsto Army, sitting In London, elected Com- 32nd Division President water, 100 poults using about 20 gal-
lockouts during the life of the businesses and homes.
agreement. save Here mander Evangeline Booth general of Detroit, Mich.-Richardson E. Browneof lons per day when well grown. The

are the high, lights of his report: the army. Thus, the supreme command Milwaukee was elected president of source of water should be close at
7. An understanding by both partieson 1. RFC actually has disbursed 5853.000O0.
$ ,- of the organization is returned to the
the of time the Thirty-Second (Red Arrow) di- hand.if A good way to sup-
length the
agreement .
shall be Booth family after a break of five I vision, which held its biennial convention ply the flock with water is to haul It
2. The Home Owners' Loan
corpora- Miss Booth who Is
years. sixtyeightyears chosen In tank or water the
Frank here. Milwaukee was as a wagon, wagon
Schweitzer general secretary tion has advanced $1,299,445,000 endIng old Is
only daughter of Gen.
of the the convention place for 1930( and to stand near the pen where It can jij
American Federation of Silk a real estate panic and saving the
William Booth, founder 'of the :
army out into the tY!
Grand Mich. was designated syphoned watering
Workers Rapids, ,
announced that ,
with the homes of 432,000 families from foreclosure For thirty years she has been at the l-
walkout of 17,000 silk workers in the head of the army in America. tentatively as the 1938convention city. tanks or troughs as needed.


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Copyright. Doubleday, Doran & Co., Ino. WNU Absorb blemishes and discoloration rising
Service Mercolized Wax daily; as directed. Invisible
particles of aged skin arc freed and all
defects such as blackheads, tan, freckles and

SYNOPSIS to th' Neldllngers next Sat'day night? in his fingers, its spiral of smoke ascending forward from the side and' took it fully large clear pores, velvety disappear.and Skin so soft is then-face beauti looks i

Bill Pingle from Big Town an' two In a tiny stream, but she Next moment she vas gone out along years younger. Mercolrzed Wax brings out

Seeking death by 'throwing herself others Is goin' to furnish th' music. knew him Instantly. As instantly the the floor In the dreamy rhythm of the your Powdered all leading druggists.I .

at from the Lone hands Mesa of ,a to drunken escape desperado dishonor, Accordion" an' two fiddles. Ought to almost terrible thrill shot through' her !sweet' old, tune; and this time she was I I Reduces wrinkles and other age-signa.SimI i

Sonya Savarin allows herself to be rescued be good. from head to toe, blurring her eyes a held, so close that she could feel the I I ply witch dissolve hazel and use daily has in calf-pint I

by her suddenly repentant at- "Sounds good, surely." bit, catching her throat with a little beating of his heart, a thundering rev- face lotion. |

tacker. The girl is a self-appointed "Think you folks'll git over?" pain. erberation like tides on the shore. Des-

physician to the Navajo Indians livingon "Why, yes," said Sonya, "I shouldn't
the music
"an Arizona sheep ranch with her Suddenly changed, some perately she raised her eyes and
brother, Serge, his wife, Lila, and their wonder If ,we did. The Neldlingers al- one yelled "Paul Jones !" and the circling looked at him. r

small daughter, Babs. She is engagedto ways'' have such nice times at their couples broke like the colors In "Tell me" she whispered thickly.. ,,
Rodney Blake, wealthy New Yorker, ranch. Nice people." '" t I
kaleidoscope. They "what
a strung out In are you? Who are you?
her heart is with the friendless
Navajos and she evades a wedding "Sure are. "An' th' more th' merrier, .,a huge oval, all holding hands, and "Nothing." he said bitterly, "to you.

Sonya pulls Little Moon, wife of Two I always say. began going to the right in time to Nothfng-ever-and I'd give half my

Fingers, a Navajo, through the crisis In the room behind the store a man the lively' tune. A whistle blew, and life to kiss one curl on your head-

grateful.of an illness. Two Fingers is deeply stood where the first sound of Sonya's they broke apart, -each man taking the with a 'decent man's right"
Sonya the
again meets man
whose advances she had repulsed on ,voice had stopped him. The cigarettehe woman immediately 'facing him at. the The words came through his set

Lone Mesa He tells her he bltterlv had just rolled hung unsealed in whistle's blast, and dancing on with teeth; and even In the tensity of the

regrets his action. Sonya Is affected, his fingers. Until the girl had gone her. Whirled from this pair of arms moment 'she noticed that he did not

a but Border unforgiving.bandit She"El Capitan hears rumors Diablo of," out, until the last sound of her feet to that, breaking step, catching it slur his words at the ends. I

and vaguely connects him with her on the boards had died away, until the again, suiting her step to each new "Then be decent !I" she ,cried pas-

attacker. On Lone Mesa she again sputter and, roar of the old flivver partner's, the girl felt as if a wave sionately. "Be decent !I"

t but comes she upon the strange young man, lessened in the distance, he remained of portent was bearing down upon her. v "Too late. I'm only looking In win-
no longer fears him. When he
1l pOe.. reiterates his sorrow over his misconduct so. Then he flung the cigarette into a Something was going tot happen- dows-from the outside-and ,I built

..1... she indicates forgiveness and refuse barrel and went on out the back. something terrible and wonderfulshe the wall between, myself." I

Urges him to abandon his life of law- door. was afraid and exhilarated as she "Tell me your name," she said, "tell All cleaned up, and
lessness. From .
concealment Sonya wit- .
been in her life "
had never beforeandhere
nesses the transference of objects from me. ?
an airship to the "man of mystery." Sonya Savarin loved the dances of he was coming toward her in the "No.: 12 'W 9.0. .
., the region. line. He danced as she might have "Yes. Tell me now."

Although liquid contraband flowed known he would. like the wind blow- "I can't. I haven't a nameanymore ] I\ DSPARKPLUGSGIVEMOTORS

CHAPTER VContinued8 freely, and the cowboys from the up- ing in long grass-she could see him ," THE SPARK OF LIFE...SAVE

j per country sometimes raised the raft- sway, as he weaved In and out in "al- "You have. Your own name. Not GAS SNAP UP PERFORMANCE

'ers with their noise there was something aman-left": -and the whistle blew and what
: bywherewhereyou only
you-you go
After a long while Sonya climbed 5c
elemental and a plug
very young about he was here, before her. Her hand answer roll call."

'home.back on Darkness and went soberly these gatherings of the folk of the was In his, his arm had, gone about "Answer roll call That's good. Whatdo Removing spark plug oxide
had much to .think about lonely land. The sheep men brought her, they were drifting away togetherand you know about me? What have coating gets rid of the chief cause
and was doing It' with a vengeance.For their wives and the whole of sluggishness hard
daughters, all the lights on the walls were heard?" starting,
one thing, why had the feel of : family !In fact, do" to the littlest running together in a long blur. you loss of power. Registered AC
"Nothing. I'm guessing
fitting things
this man's arm across her breast the QeaningStationsareready-NOW
I ones, who slept In ranks on the wall Sonya held her breath and let it out in "
places she said "and
swiftly, -to clean
nearness ,of his face, ,shot through her your spark plugs. It
with benches as the night wore on, and in a long sigh, and felt suddenly the there's some one across the Border costs so little-means so muchl
so strange a fire?
I everybody danced. trembling of his arms. who crucifies-" Replace badly worn plugs with
Once before his arm had been about, Serge Savarin and his womenfolk
Then the whistle blew again, and "Hush I For God's sake, don't speakof new ACs.
her, dragging her from Darkness' back, came a little late, having to drive 28 some one else had caught her hand, that Look for theo
again, ever, anywhere! Where ..
his face had been close to hers, and miles over roads that left a lot to and she was circling right once more did you hear of-such?" v. "Plu3in.the.Tub"Tune

she had been filled with such unbear- be desired, and entered In the midstof I in the long oval. e4! Fni Raymond Knight
"No: matter. There Is-and 0
someway ...
able rage and hate that she could have a number. -
When the number was over she went you're connected It cuts me like aknifeyou've QUALITY Saturdays, 10 p.m. Eastern
tilled him on the spot. Sonya, in a new dress, her dark dizzily to where Lila sat fanning her got to tell me. Who are SPARKPLUG Daylight Saving Time

What was the matter with her? face'sparkling already, laid her wrapon flushed cheeks and sat down beside you?"

Where was her character, her prIn- Lila's shoulder and swung out on She wanted to rest to
her. gather "If I tell you my name, will you RADIO TKEASUKE FINDER
ciple, her condemnation of wrong? the floor In the arms of a perspiring herself together, to still the shameful Tricks exposed by original builder and
keep it like you would your oath? what to do about them. Send ten cents
For that he was wrong-all wrong cowboy.She tumult of her heart. "Yes. You know I will." silver. O. O. MAIIER, Baton Rouge Lew

entirely-she had not the slightest met these people only at the Some qne claimed her, and Sonya "Of course I know. I'm Starr Stoneto 60 LOVELY PERENNIAL: FLOWERS

doubt. Why did he meet a sky-ship dances, but she remembered everyone went back Into the maze of moving my mother, who thinks I'm dead for September settinjr. postpaid for $1.00. f
here on this lonely desert? Why was and danced with all who asked her, cash or C. O. D.; 6 each DelphinIum Mar
figures, but everywhere she went she and buried. In this-country-I go by puerile. Llnum. Pinks Sweet Williams
he afraid for her to be, seen by its occupants providing they were not too far gone was conscious of the brilliant eyes something different. Now are you satisfied Foxglove: Painted DaIsy Oriental Poppy

? What strange freight had in the common hilarity. 'If so, she of this man. He stood against the walla ?" bulbs Coreopsis added and FREE Shasta if you Daisy.order 2 Coral this week.Lily

he taken from it and put so carefully would merely la'ugh'and 'shake her little beyond the main door, and he "No. I've got to know the rest I'' Gardner Nurseries R. 1, Box 101, Osage, la.
C;:;;' In his saddlebags? adorable black head with its
shining seemed to"be alone. He did not dance will know it." I

There was something deep here, ter- curls and say gently, "No, Billy, I'm again, even though there was another. "Why? Heaven knows, you have End Blackheads

ribly deep, and It had to do, she felt too tired to hold you up. Come around Paul Jones, but watched her in a grave I little to thank me for-little to thinkof

sure, with the hinted things of the earlier next time" ; or, "You're silly stillness, and Sonya could not gather me for. I've blackened first
Servant's guarded speech-with that Bob, Just ,plumb silly I think you're her faculties for her usual light ban- memory of me beyond all hope." end Sallow Skin

mysterious Presence across the Bor- lit.

der which ruled so bloodily.And ,And young Bob, weaving on his ter.What was the matter with her? "Why do you speak: carelessly"sometImes Weeks
and now correctly? QuickerIt
why, she asked herself again, booted feet, would tell her anxiouslythat Why did her heart hammer In her "I've been two men. I am two men.'"

should all this weigh down her soul he washn't near drunk, but he breast with long slow beats, her blood "What kind of men?"' is so easy now to clear away black-

Why should she, busy and happy In knew how she felt about It and didn't flow through her veins like molten gold "What does it matter? I'm a dead heads, freckles, coarseness; to have

her daily life, betrothed to another blame her a bit, not a shingle bit. drenched In perfume? smooth, white, flawless new beauty.

man, care what this drunken wastrel Neither did he, nor anyone whom she She thought wildly of Rod, tried to man-dead and damned and rotten : ''-, Just begin tonight with

did? No, she corrected herself, not refused a dance. It was enough that bring his face before her, to force her- Don't trouble your darling head about ;: <,::,:>\,>.:'. famous Nadinola Bleaching *
I'm running true 'to form ';!-Z.; : Cream, tested and
drunken now. He had said he could she was there to look at, the most self to feel his presence. She triedto me. right ?# "-";'j trusted for over a gen-

not drink, and she believed him. And beautiful woman In all the country, cling to his memory as one clingsto now in being here, in holding you in : ',:) <" eration. The minute you

why should she believe him? the highest-up, yet, the sweetest to a sturdy rock in rising waters, and I my arms, in' looking In your face. If '":',, <;\i i' any. smooth it on, Nadinola;

Gravely, in a sort of cold fear, she everyone that a 'man could ask for. could not. She could only see the face anyone this side the Borderanyonewho "f?,-:<, begins to clear, whiten
: :_ and smooth skin.
'' : your
searched her inner depths, and what Everyone knew of her and her work: of the man beside the door, the young' counted-knew me, I'd not have ">"':x:+:'"', Tan and freckles, mud.

she dimly saw appalled her., among the lowly. Her little fame was face that she had seen in so many' done It There's that much decencyleft "!';,:'/!If1ij dy, sallow color vanish 1

It sweet In the land. and wild in me But no one knows and I'm h::;::"" quickly. You see day-by-
his drunken
was eyes, she told herself, the 'lights, and relent- r." ,.
for ,{# :. '/) until t
water. day improvement
look of his eyes when he spoke of So Sonya danced and laughed and less, sober and contrite, washed with a dying man begging ". .
I back to look at again and -; 'r/.:.., ; ,your skin is all you long i
these thIngs. They were deep eyes, listened to the music of the violins, regret. come you I' 1 ;-'. ":'.'<'d k for; creamy-white, satin..

strange eyes, filled with a wild 'spirit the gay accordion, with her arm on What was happening to her? To her again. I'd crawl on my knees around smooth, lovely. No disappointments; l

and under this wildness this old devil- this lean shoulder and that, and was life Itself? To her destiny 'and her the world to change my leopard no long waiting for results. :Money- 1
may-care which had characterizedthem spots," he finished bitterly, "to lookIn back guarantee. Get a large box of i
extremely happy. She forgot the sorrows hopes? Nadinola Bleaching Cream at toilet

was something so desperate, so of the world:: and lived her youthto Tears came In her eyes, and she did your eyes with a clear conscience. counters, or by mail, postpaid, only Oc. !

anxious, that Sonya would have staked its full extent. Forgot Rod Blake not hear what her chance partner was Suddenly the fire and the fear and NADINOLA, Box 14, Paris, Tenn.

her life on its truth. and New York city and the man of saying. Fear was !in her heart, and a the ecstasy which had warred In Son-

Frightened to her foundations, the Lone Mesa, all Of which had troubled certain terrible fire that mounted and ya all night seemed to rise above her
girl straightened In her like a tide of sorrow and disaster. If feel low-
\ saddle and her of late. grew. Time passed, and she was not you
( tll. lifted Darkness Into his stride. She felt as if she sank in swirling
'. She Lila was dancing, and so was Serge, conscious of it. don't be discouraged-remember.

". would get home to the sane and or- and Babs was already dead to the Finally, late in the night, the fiddles waters, drowned In tears. loss of strength..sleeplessness..

dered things of every day, to Lila with world on a bench In the corner, covered struck up the sweet old strains of Her throat closed with an aching nervousness...paleness.Jack of ,
her calm assurance of all good, to The music pain and one hard sob escaped her.
with Lila's cape was "Home, Sweet Home, and the dance appetite..and general run-down
Serge and little Babs. And she would waxing more "hot" and furious. And was over. This was the last number.A Instantly the man looked down, condition quite often may be traced

forget this man, forget his eyes and by the door a man came suddenly Into cowboy from the K Bar Z with holding her from him. directly to low blood strengththatIs

his hands and the heady intoxicationof her range of vision, a tall man, slim- whom she always liked to dance was "My G-d !I" he said, "what-what- the red corpuscles and vital oxy
the scent of him. She of the
would writeto hipped and graceful. He was In store asking her for !It. She had just held Why, my G-d !I" Ken-carrying hemo-glo-bin
Rod blood below normal.
tonight, a long, are
good letter. clothes, and the eternal cigarette hung out her hand when some one reached Then he drew her to him close and
She had neglected him a bit of late. hard, and the tumbling of his arms In- S.S.S. Is the great, scientifically'

The next day Sonya went to townto I tensified. The face above her small tested medicine 'for'restoring this
mall her letter. She felt blood content. Its benefits are pro
very had
black head gone haggard as an
virtuous and calm. All the en*
strife and Rabbits Failed to Multiply for Russia old man's. wring By all means try it for bet
unease of the day before had
gone The last soft strains of the tender ter health and more happiness.
from her. She had written dutifully and Food Source Proved Dismal FailureA is
tune were dying. ;.Unless your case exceptional,you
to Hod and told him all the trivial
hap- should the satis
The feet of the dancers slowed. soon enjoy again
penings of every day-that Is, all but year or so ago when the food Moscow, according to the Boston faction of appetizing food..sound
those pertaining to the rider on the shortage first became acute In Mos- Herald. And suddenly from nowhere, out of sleep...and renewed strength.

golden horse. These were of too small the very night beyond the doors It Do not be blinded
sow, some bright young man in "tho The enterprise reminds us of the by the efforts of*
import she seemed, a hand fell on his shoulder a few unethical dea1 ra'who
told herself wouldn't In- may oe-
\ party" had an Idea. Let everybody time, 10 or 15 years ago when every- Stat substitute.have a right to
powerful whirled him about, !
terest him. And besides, he wouldn't raise rabbits, he said, and soon there body in New England was to becomea grasp i: insist that S.S.S.be supplied you on
? understand. At the store Mr. Parks Sonya with him.A request.Its long years of preference
would be meat enough to satisfy th.3 millionaire by raising silver foxes. la your guarantee of eatialactlon.
1 was urbanity itself stranger stood there, a strangerso
; bustling about to
most voracious moujik. The kremlin Just buy a pair, and nature would do
'i wait on her, smiling unctuously rub- fierce and terrible In aspect that the world'sgreat
placed Its blessing on the scheme, tho the rest, as with swan-boats. But
bing his fat hands together one knew him at once for a man of
newspapers propagandized it, and somehow-there is always a "but" In bloodmedicine
uGood'morning," she told him politely violence, of cruelty and death.It .
'every apartment house, factory and these stories-It didn't work out so
was In his small black eyes above c :
school blossomed forth with Its one simply. Raising foxes in captivity
"It's always a good Doctor his olive cheeks black with shaven _
morning little warren. The proletariat smackedhis proved an expensive, difficult and dIs-
Sonya," he said richly, "when we see beard, in his hawkblll nose, in his
." lips at the thought of good rabbit appointing business. So with the Russian -
you 'here. You don't get down too thin-lipped mouth merciless as a pan- 0 0 e e 0
.' stew and, as usual, patiently waited experiment The Muscovites evidently -
i often." ther's. He stood six feet'' two In his
But something went wrong, The rabbits forget that rabbits won't repro-
"No," said Sonya, "I've been pretty were not good mathematicians, duce as food unless they themselvesare spurred boots, and he wore the wide Blisters, cracked skin, itching or
of late. sombrero of the Mexican hidalgo, fine burning soon relieved and belling
busy as they failed to multiply in geometric bountifully fed. Even Mr. But promoted with soothing
and ornamented with ail-
of material
:, "Um. It sure does beat me how a progression. In fact, the few thousands ler's famous guinea pigs would probably -
studded belt circled his narrow
woman can be a doctor. An' a doctorIn which were Imported as prospective not have increased so prodigiously ver. A ResinoL
braided velvet Jacket showed
these parts has got to ride hard an' progenitors of a great race curled up ly not Flanlgan, the express agent, waist; a
muscled strength of his wide _
far, take little pay, an' never be sure I their little toes and dIed Today It Is been extremely generous with lettuce

of that. You goln' to the dance over dapgerous even to mention rabbits in and carrots. shoulders.TO BE CONTINUED. WNU-7 87-34





'- glasses, as second high prizes, went.to .
of them rated custard cups.
I During will be lost, but most ] Mrs.
put to good use. and iced Mrs. Bruce and Mrs. Ezelle,
vegetables wafers
wouldbe. Chicken ,
The Clewiston News bountiful egg supply and are no better than your guess Etherton won a lovely vase for-
of K. S. Mc- Glen
periods Certainly the taxes that are now tea were served to Mrs.
when prices are low, we put eggs in collected from the home otivners Mullen, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs.G. I high score at the auction table and
Friday in Clewiston, and sell them later when being Mrs. Mrs. W .A. Davis was presented withq
Published every cold storage The aside from taxes levied to pay C. Poole, Mrs. I. M. I ,
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, I a scarcity forces the price up. with debts, will pass out of existence, and J.V.. Ezelle, Mrs. G. B. Thomas' a glass mayonnaise and salad bowl.
shoud be possible wet'Irs.! H. R. '
thing Those playing {/
Inc. same certainly revenue from some other and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell.
vegetables. If our beans mature Hall, Mrs. C. W. McDonald, Mrs. C. 'firE.
to be provided.
Bowden Editor has dropped out of source will have Mrs. G. B. Thomas,
when the bottom CELEBRATES Williams,
considers ail of the arguments ELEANOR PERCY
I have
i the market, it should be possibleor I and long ago decided that: THIRD BIRTHDAY SATURDAYLittle Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. G. C. Poole,
class mail mat the same farmer who grew the ahead of its Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. E. L. Stewart -
second far T
Entered as ts advantages were I
the Post to have them canned, if of Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mrs. Mutrux, ,
February 1, 1927, at beans disadvantages. For more than a Eleanor Percy, daughter
ter Florida, under: is unable or unwilling to entertained Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. W. T. Davis,
Office in Clewiston, cannery hundred years the home owners of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Percy,
1897. purchase them outright. It's a solution her friends Saturday Mrs. M. Cusick, Mrs. Georgo Terrell,
the Act of March 3, ifproperly this country have carried a larger twenty-one '
to a great many problems of the burden of taxationthan afternoon, celebrating her Mrs. C. F. Vaughn, Mr W. P.
inscription rate, $2.00 per year used, and we are more than has any other class of taxpayers third birthday. Mrs. F. M. Wright Vaughn, jr., Mrs. K. S. McMullen,

Advertising rates .n application, glad to see it going in. is and now, when they are offered I directed the indoor games for the Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. Gayle Mc- r
the canning season W. Di"ges, Mrs. T.
with Mrs. E.
Along pinning the Fadden,
chance to help even up children who enjoyed
break, a
and and I
to the advancement the inevitable influx of laborers hunt B. Shelley, Mrs. C. Nail, Mrs.
Devoted of the burden, every influence that cane tail on the donkey, a peanut '
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry the resulting crowded condition exerted by selfish capitalistic interests and other amusements. Mrs. Percy I William Lockhart, r..iv* Dorothy

County. \the highway.Ye solemnly advise is being exerted to deprive awarded prizes to the winners of Lockhart, Mrs. W. C. Byrd, Mrs. H.
anyone travelling it to avoid the late J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. 3. F. Winn,
of their opportunity. the contests. '
hours., The first of the them. with C. Prewittrs.. J. W.
may be all afternoon (Continued Next Week) A two tiered birthday cake 1Irs.V.
OysteRs in SeptembeR wait 'till week we were driving home from candles formed the centerpiece Ezelle, Mrs. E. C; Mills, Mrs. French,

right, but we prefer to taste betteR Canal Point, and dozens of old rattletrap TAMPA ATTORNEY VISITS green of the long low table at which Mrs. Arthur McKenzie, Mrs. Ivan

winteR for ours; they cars loaded to the gills with the children were served ice cream, Van Horn, Mrs. R. Smith, :Mrs. Rom-
when it's cold weatheR.The darkies passed us at a high rate of fans Therriot Mrs. Harry Turner,
Morris E. White, Tampa attorney cake and mints. Baloons and ) eal ,
speed.and in gay spirits. Facing aoweiing accompanied by J. D. Lynn and were given each child. Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. Harvey
Winter Haven Herald gets sun doesn't make the easiest George R. Lynn spent Wednesdayand The invited guests included Gene Guthrie, Miss Louise Waldren, Mrs.J. .

credit for two this week: "Few wives driving in the world and we Thursday in Clewiston. Mr and Selon Mills, Grace Ward, MaryLouise E. Beardsley and Mrs. Glen Eth-

would be jealous if they really knew heaved a sigh of relief every time one White is a member of the law firm' Thomas, Carolyn Selee, Rich erton.

what stenographers think of their of the cars got safely past. Cars of Mabry, Rceves, Carlton and ard Knight, Kay Bowden, Carlene Rev. and Mrs. Schaaf joined the

husbands" and: "The office boy with from eight to twelve grown White. Former Governor Doyle E. and Richard Berner, Joan' Crouch, group at the tea hour.

says coffee isn't the only thing that'sfresh men in it should travel at a very Carlton, also a member of the firm, Gloria and Betty McDuffie, Corinne I
rate of speed and we-think
when dated. moderate and Mr. White are representing and Sue VonMach, Dickie and Shirley ROAST AT HOME
when they dont.: WEINER
It is dangerous George R. Lynn in his suit against Ann Owen Ann Pafford, Sonny OF DAN BKARDSLEY:

Every Clewiston resident receiveda I I' the A. C. L. .Railway for $3,000 Vaughn, Bobby Nebiker, Nancy

copy of the bumper edition of the THE CONSTITUTIONAL damages, resulting from a, grad. Wright aId Kim Kolstad. Dan Beardsley celebrated his elev- '
32 pages AMENDMENTS: accident in Clewiston last ;.11.
Fort Myerjs News-Presp, crossing enth birthday Monday, entertaining .
advertising of which Mrs. Lynn was killed. PARTY FOR BENEFIT: I
of in BRIDGE
with 4,166 inches year number of his friends with a weiner -
I' a
Fort Myers Bargain Day. There were (Editor's Note: Hon. George F. The trial is underway at circuit LADIES AID GIVEN AT INN roast at the home of his parents,

shoppers in Fort Myers: Westbrook, member of the Legislature court in LaBelle today. E. Beardsley near
Clewiston Inn was the scene Mr. and Mrs. J.
the1'.einlies is presenting ---
Bargain Day, and from Lake county,
too, on of the Seminole Farms.
the largest parties
of his AT of one of
a moral for Clewiston mer through the newspapers BRIDGE CLUB MEETING the afternoon of outdoor
ben- Enjoying
articles dealing MRS. II. It. HALL year Friday afternoon when a
chants.. county, a series of HOME OF Billy and Dick Owens,
for the were
amendments to the fit bridge party was given games

.::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. with Florida the proposed state constitution. These Mrs. H. R. Hall was hostess to Ladies Aid Society of the Community Winn Francis Wilbur Wright, McGeehee Leroy Hare, ,Munzel Owen
amendments 'will be voted upon by members of her bridge club Tuesday Church. and
of contract and one ta- Stone, J. D. and Elbert Hooker
voter in the November election, afternoon. Mrs. Thomas was Ten
RAMBLINGS. and their provisions are as yet, little winner of high score and was pre- ble of auction were played. The two Harry Individual Vaughn.cakes and other refreshments -
Because novel pair of book- high score prizes at contract which
known to the populace. sented with a served to the, boys

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. we believe that this is a matter which ends; Mrs. Ezelle, low, received Max-a awarded were sots to Mrs.of water K. S. glasses McMullen', were by Mrs. Beardsley were following the
should receive careful attention from set of hot plate mats, and Mrs.
of the United deco-.I Mrs. I. M. Pafford. Sets of cocktail weiner roast.
The Constitution I voters, we are reproducing these articles \ well received cut prize, a set of .
States celebrated its 147th birthday for our readers.)
Monday-the same day that Elbert

Stewart celebrated his. (His birth- The proposed amendment to be

day not his 147th birthday). It pass- considered this week, in the last of ,T

ed off quietly for both. A great many the articles which I have writtenis

speeches were made all over the na- the homestead exemption amendment -

tion about the Constitution. Even' as follows: ... .'
though its founders strove for a "A Joint Resolution Propos- '

document capable of flexible inter- ing an Amendment to Article ':i,

pretation so that it would stand 10 of the Constitution of the ? {>: .

through the ages, it is doubtful if any State of Florida by' Adding .

of them realized how few changes Thereto an Additional Section to \ ci

would be necessary in the years' that be known as Section 7, Relatingto '" .
followed its adoption and it certain Homestead and Exemptions."

that none of those who aided in This happens to be what I consider -

drafting that important set of regu the most important of the amend-

lations foresaw the changes through ments to be voted on in November.I .

which the country would pass in did not purposely place it last in .

147 years. this series of articles, as I had originally -

It's probably a good thing thatwe intended tp write on it first,

do not foresee the future.We'd but at the time that the series of

all be too anxious to enjoy the pleas- articles was started the litigation

ures that ,are in store for us, and concerning this amendment had not

we would do a lot of unnecessary been decided by the Supreme court,

worryingover the troubles ahead.So and it would have been improper to

much for history and so much have presented my views pending the

for philosophy . decision of that body as to whetheror
Some of Clewiston's rather crowded not the voters would have an opportunity -

apartment dwellers might learn to pass upon it.

a trick from the following: The amendment, if adopted, will tell its
Let Chevrolet own story
"You say your relatives never stay exempt from, taxation all homesteads

long when they come to visit you?" occupied by the head of the family '

asked the old-fashioned mother. vho is a citizen and resident of Florida -

t "How do you manage it?" up to the valuation of $5,000.00 of riding and driving comfort._

x "Oh," replied the modern girl, If the homestead has a value of $5',=

"my husband hit on a wonderful 000.00 or less it will be exempt, andif

plan. We put them to bed in the the value exceeds $5,000.00 thenan ,
breakfast nook." exemption of $5,000.00 will be

And one of the local hotels is allowed. Under the _decisions of both #

gettng to be known' as "Honeymoon state and federal courts the adoptionof

Hotel" on account of so many brides the amendment cannot exempt the

and grooms staying there lately. homestead from taxation for the pur-

There's always; room for one more, posees of paying bonds which were '; '
? ;
says the genial proprietor. issued prior to the adoption of the {1. ,,: '. >'.... ...; : ,
Even t and amendment, unless some other adequate <.T" ; y'*<<,' [y, ; F;; ,-1; .... -" r J:', -\t" (
the youngsters read pro- j \ '
N,' ;>I< t. e y '6 .. ,, ',(' ." :,> '' ;1\ }
is provided < :
fit by the advertising in the news- source of revenue p .
.' ,
will apply to all clas- > ,.; : ,, "; .''f' ,-.' 4 i ,
papers. A few days ago we saw some The exemption 'j '
municipal ,< .
boys and a dog playing beside the ses of taxes-state, county and .. !} 't'l -

street. The dog ran in front of an -except assessments for special .. '

oncoming car and wouldn't turn improvements, such as, street paving a remarkably flexible 80-horse-
The best to get'the truth gear-shifting,
back though the boys coaxed and assessments, etc. way and cable-controlled brakes
a startling innovation about the new Chevrolet is to power engine,

fellow pleaded.said Finally"All right one bright go on. young Knee in It our proposes taxation system, and in my make the Ownership Test. Drive this car over make a big difference in safety and drivingease. :

is the first step the drive ease. A ride will show you why so many
action'll save you. We looked, and humble judgment same routes, in same way you
'. sure enough it was a "kneeaction"car. towards a complete revision of our your present automobile, and let the results thousands have found it impossible to return

methods taxation. I am very but much I you can see and feel tell their own story. A to ordinary driving after an experience like this.

A nitwit, over on the East Coast, i in favor of the amendment, bad
Knee-Action makes
who evidently thinks the courteous will present, so far as I can, the arguments ride will prove that CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., DETROIT, MICH.

service qf the filling station attend- on both sides of the question roads good, and good roads better.. A ride will Compare Ch vrole.,'.low delivered' priori and easy C.."..'.......(..,,'rms
A General Moron YalaeKneeActthn
ant is slightly exaggerated says, '. prove, that shock-proof steering, Syncro-Mesh
There will be-has) been alreadya -
"Any day now, we expect the filling
station man to lean in and pick our bitter fight made against the adoption -
teeth." of this amendment. The princi-

There's a lot of planting going on pal arguments used by those opposed CHEVROLET

now around the South Shore of the to it are:

lake; some of the fields have hadso 1. That it discriminates, between
much rain that activity has halt- property owners, making preferredclass '
ed for a few days. But there's many of the home owners. ONE RIDE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS
it will result in a tremendous -
2. That
an acre being cultivated and many DEALF'R ADVCRTISEMENTICLEWISTON
loss of revenue to the state and
more will be within a few weeks.
The.. Cuban tariff agreement will all of the political units thereof I
probably not affect this section to which will render' it necessary to'

any great extent. A vegetable canning raise ,this revenue i through some

plant is being put in at,Pahokee other source. \ MOTOR C r
this winter, and any surplus vege- 3. That it is the preamble, or fore- ,

tables can be canned. It seems to runner of a general sales tax. If

me that is an important step in the It may be conceded that all of ';,:I. : \
right direction. We hope there wll these arguments are true. :Many con- !

farmers flicting statements are{ being madeas
be a provision whereby can ; '
be assured of having their surplus to the amount of taxable propertythat ." ".... -- ----

f :ii: I

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Cothern is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alex McKenzie MARGARET VONMACH ,HASBHITIIDAY Dave Alston in Mi
I .x-.x.o.-" <":":-o.o.o.X<<"X"o.:".:. Mrs. Elsie spent Sunday "
..... .I. friends in Fort Myers. spent the week-end in Miami with PARTY: ami. .
Personal I MentionA. ; Mr. McKenzie's parents, who accompanied -
; ::
; them home for a weeks visit

............ ..................;.;..:--:-...;......:-........ ..:-............:.. spent!!! Phyllis Saturday Flanders with of Ann Moore' Pafford Haver in Clewiston. Mrs.her M.home E. Tuesday VonMach afternoon entertainedat In .......................................................................................... .... .

''lj J. F. Curry has returned froma honor of the eleventh birthday of .
week's stay in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Smith of H. E. Edson, cane expert formerly' I
.,'U Haines City, were week-end visitors associated with the Southern Sugar her daughter, Margaret. The hours I
> Miss Mignon St. Martin spent the here. Company visited friends here Tues passed quickly as the children enjoyed Good FarmLand
**" week-end visiting in West Palm \ day.: Mr. Edson is now residing in games out of doors.
Beach. West Palm Beach.W. Prizes in the various games were
Mrs. George A. Yon of South Bay
won by Joan Clark. and June Hooker.
visited Mrs. M. E. VonMach and 1
of Lake Wales was i
G. DIsher
family Tuesday.Mr. M. Redelsheimer motored to
transacting business in Clewiston Ice candies and individual J
West Palm Beach Sunday and met cream
Tuesday. and Mrs. C. Prewitt of Green his son, Billy, who came up from cakes which were decorated with the for Rent
-- initial "M" served to. the '
lUami'and is spending this week were '
M. M. Brunk of ring is spend- Cove Springs were guests of Mr. f
this week transacting businessIn and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt here.J. with his father at the Inn. guests. I
ing I
Those attending Margaret's party ,

Clewiston. W. Moore, jr., left this week The many friends of Shirley Bow- were Gloria-Hendry, Bobbie Spicer, .........;@J .
den, who underwent an appendicitis -
Elizabeth Winn, June and
Heimberger of Fort Lauderdale for Gainesville to resume his studiesat Betty ,
Ed.was business visitor in Clew- the University of Florida.C. operation at a West Palm 'Beach Hooker, Ann Pafford, Alice ,Cow- I
I, hospital Thursday glad to learn
are art, Millie Bourne Zelda Smith,
I I, iston Tuesday.Mrs. L. Downs returned the latter that she is convalescing nicely. Rene Wethington, Joan Clark, Nealy TrespassersWill
! Geiger, Margaret Waldron, and Jul-
Roy Green and Mrs. Ray part of the week from a two weeks' SOME ADDITIONAL MOVERS ia Anne Oglesby. Be
McIntosh were shopping in Fort vacation in Hendersonville, North

Myers Monday. \ -Carolina.Mrs. Those who have not changed ProsecutedThe
.. iItfr. '. .%.*. *..*.".*." * *A.* ..:
i" their place of residence in the past .*.**:NNNNNNNN/1%% ***** %*VW%* >****:
and Mrs. R. .C.' JVilson were L. A. Turner and son, Charles three weeks just aren't stylish. A .i' i
business visitors In' 'West Palm of Okeechobee, have joined Mr. list of those occupying new locations ::: New
Beach Saturday. J-;:, Turner here and have an apartmentIn this week include: yi ...... I
the Hopkins Building.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr.,,, |:i E FURNITURE s II
Mr. and Mrs. K. S. McMullen were who moved into the Pafford home,, I
business visitors In West Palm Charles Christian and little next door to the 'Berners; Mr. and y y \ '
Beach Saturday.Mr. daughter, left this week for Boca Mrs. E. C. Mills and two sons, who 1 y
_:: BELLE GLADE :: ,
Grande where Mrs. Christian will are in the house recently vacated by !
and Mrs. G. W. Sparks have teach the coming term. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Poole; Mr, and
gone to Jacksonville for a two Mrs. Foster Meredith, who have |:=i= FURNITURE COMPANY :=: Clewistoncompany

weeks' vacation. Alden Wallace, of Pahokee, son taken the Shea house; Mr. and Mrs. y
Jt of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Wallace anda R. C. Nowling will move into the! :$;: Belle Glade, Florida :i:
Mrs. M. H. Crouch and daughter, former resident of Clewiston returned Meredith house, and Mr. and Mrs., r .z.
Joan, were visitors inVest' Palm ,this week and is employedby F. J. Nebiker and son, Bobby, will .:!.:. Next Door To Theatre ..::.. I

Beach Wednesday. timekeeper.the E. H. Latham company as houses.occupy one of the government .... .... .... . . . . ..........................................................................................r.
Joseph Spadaro and Cleveland I
Johnson of Boca Grande were here

on business Tuesday.Mr. .(. I
< 1.

and Mrs. J. E. ,Frierson of J
Moore' Haven were business visitorsIn .
Clewiston yesterday. '

Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Neblker and

son, Bobby, were business visitors in AIE'

Fort Mrs.Myers Albert over Hill the is week-end.spending this : ;is no longer tbe .

week in Fort Myers visiting her par-
ents Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Achard.

Mr. and Mrs. L. S., Lunsley of
West palm Beach are spending a
few days In Clewiston this week. oft1Ieah

Mrs< C. W. McDonald and two !
children, Sonny and Carolyn, are

spending Ludowicl two, Georgia.weeks with relativesIn M1'S

-- ,
Mrs. Charles HInkley has returned -
to her home in New Orleans after amonth's ;. I IY

,k visit with,, her parents, Mr. : ,low .. .
; and Mrs. A. Hastings here. g I Irst

Mrs. M. E. VonMach and Mrs. G. @WIJ Cost .
Mrs.G. "
B. Rackstraw accompanied by '
A.,'Yon of South Baywere shop- 'fJJ/reep : ,':

ping in West Palm_ Beach Saturday. n"g!, /} Cor-t ,

qiesa :, -;,
Miss Daisy Alston returned to L e .,
Clewiston Wednesday after spendingtwo PIa/lie
weeks with friends and relatives -
in Birmingham and In Rich-
land, Georgia. : \ ( :

Lieutenant P. A. Feringa, military % : :::z:::'
assistant in the Jacksonville officeof
U. S. Engineers, spent two daysIn s..ti. 1
Clewiston this week as guest of e..- a ;

Lieut. and Mrs. R. Sele .

E. G. Kilpatrick, jr., cashier of : .

the Bank of Pahokee, and J. C. Ber- I Ii
ry, of the Everglades Funeral Home,
also of Pahokee, were in Clewistonon >
business Saturday afternoon.

Miss Vilma Rhodes,, of Winter _
Park, spent the week-end with '
friends here. Miss Rhodes is one oft :
{\ the instructors in the Clewiston ele- y .s

T. mentary school and has spent the
summer taking special studies at is not Just chance that the Ford pick-up-an ability to get places without -

Tulane University.W. -8 is the only V-8 selling today driving strain.
; than It is due entirely The new Ford V-8 is not only low f
S. Rogers, district manager less $2,500.
for the Prudential Life Insurance skill of Ford engineers. in first cost. It costs less to operate

Company, whose headquarters are Vi; the V-type engine costs more than any other Ford car ever built.
in Tampa, spent some' time here this .t that Gasoline costs are lower. Oil costs
c It is the type of engine
week with M. M. Brunk of Sebring, F f\ the most expensive carsare lower. Carbon removal and valve
who spends a large portion of his $2,500"T record. grinding are virtually eliminated.
territory.. every world speed
time in the Clewiston
only Ford has been able to put See the new Ford V-8 at your near-

Lieut and Mrs. W. H. Mills and a low price car. ,est dealer's. Then ask yourself why :.

daughter, Rose Ann, have arrived in advantages of a V-8 are apyou should accept.,less today J
Clewiston and are occupying their it. In
the moment drive
new home on the government reser- you faster AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERS
vation. Lieut. Mills, who was until THE ONLY V-8 UNDER flexibility in
recently stationed at an army post
in Texas, has been In the Florida Easy 0,
t district for several weeks and has $ an -':
been assigned to duty In the engineers 5 0 termsthroughUmversalCredt F O.: R D"jV' :
office here.Mr -.- : rAJ4 Ford Companythe Finance Plan.Authorized : 1 .U

and Mrs. A. O. Ward will accompany Evening-Columbia Network
their son, Ed, and Van FORD RADIO PROGRAM-With'Warin 's Pennsylvanians: Every Sunday -- -

Bush to Gainesville Sunday. The two
boys will matriculate at the Univer-
sity of Florida for their freshman LABELLE MOTOR COMP.ANY"FLORIDA
=--+ year. :Miss Virginia Allen who has
;;: been visiting the Wards for a few
\111.i weeks will also go with them, and a FLORIDA
will return to her home in Jackson- ,
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They were late for the theater. The %

box office clerk was as polite as only +, r
a box office clerk can be, but he I .
couldn't find them a seat. However,

they were knowing ones, atrd slipped
round the side and managed to find an
attendant who let them In.
At the first interval they felt for

their hats to go home."I .
want to see the box office man \
before we go," said one, "and tip him."
"Why?" asked the other. Q
"Well, he did his best to keep us

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"Why did you pass'' him up, Edith?
I thought you liked him?"
\ iI
"I liked him well, enough, but I \ f
couldn't go through life with him. I I eel
didn't care for the make of his car." I
I Probably you are already quite
A Friendly WarningA Western N wij>*p r Union II / i prepared to pounce upon this design.
farmer turned into his gate recently ,It usually has that effect.; If you
and met a tramp coming out. are a woman who "budgets" and

The tramp, greeted by a friendly counts her pennies, we are dead cer-
'Hullo," mistook the farmer for an THE FEATHERHEADS .a'B m SSSU Gaining a Lap tain about your frame of mind. It
other wanderer in quest of a meal. will be simply devastating' In'any of

"Say, mate," the tramp confided, You BETTER = SEE ""E'RErL..JRJJI GProceeding ) those pretty inexpensive cotton prints

"don't go in there. The cooking' not HOLD ON To NAWIi.I = A CORK1ET3.J' I -and Bridget will beam on you whenIt

xip to much!I" = HOLD oN !! I goes to the laundry. ''Those grace-
-A ful sleeve flares alone, not to men.
No Duplicates tion the scalloped details, are enoughto

Grandma was helping Peggy make make a woman decide she cannot'

out a list of little guests for her live without it.
party. Complete, diagrammed. ,sew chart

"How about the Morton twins?" I Included.
grandma asked. Pattern 09CK3!) ; may be ordered onlyIn
vyQ (
= 12 14 1C IS 20 30 32 34:
"Well, there's no need to ask them p c ,
both," Peggy answered, "they're 'zactly- 36, '38?,'40 and 42. Size 1C requlresr-H
alike." Q-/Z yards 36-inch fabric' and 3A yard. .
2-inch ribbon.

You Should Be More Careful Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coinsor
coins preferred) for this
stamps (
Enemy at the Maneuvers-You are
pattern. Be sure to write plainly
my prisoner.
a rJ your NAME, ADDRESS, the STYLE
Sergeant Binks-Nonsense! ,How .
did ;you get here? '
Enemy-over the bridge. x Send your order to the Sewing,Circle .

Sergeant Binks-Then, my dear fel Pattern Department, 232 West

low, you are drowned. We blew up 1 .". Eighteenth Street, New York.
that bridge yesterday!
Limitation I I Now THE CAR

'' "What are you going to say In your WAS GOINGS To LlRt.JrHOUGH !- WASWOLJL t Y you visit any art" galleries
next speech?" I I IT' WAS LET VA SIT OM .. while ;you were abroad?
/ "No," answered Senator Sorghum.
ti} "I don't know," answered Senator GoING STRAIG-HT\ MY LAPS _
"Every town I struck seemed to have
DOWN} STA1 !.: "
remarks been turned Into a shooting gallery.
sn E;t=T
time for the> radio announcer and a __ 7tN\\I -
band concert. Holding Her Own
They met after ten years.

First Pick "Has your wife kept her charming
z d ( "
"Can you give me a Job where I figure?
''Kept It? She has doubled If-
can keep dressed up and \won't have
too much work?" said the applicant Der Lustige Sachse (Leipzig).

"I'll keep you In mind," said the

office manager, "and when I find two Barring the Probs

Jobs like that, you can have the other Tramp---:Madam, I have seen bet-
one.-Pathfinder Magazine ter days.

Madam-That, may be, but I have :\
NOT TAKING CHANCES"So no time to discuss the weather with "

strangers.THE -'-'
Western Nswepsnerunion i

Did His Duty JUST LIKE HIM With Caution i,

The new office boy had been instructed I "What do you think of the problems II I
how to answer callers. Just of world finance?" asked Mr. I

before noon a man, asked, "Is the Dustin Stax."I ENJOY i
boss In?" ti am not prepared to express- an
I "Are you a salesman,' a bill collector authoritative opinion," answered the
or a friend of his?" the boy professor of mathematics. "I have

Inquired."All taken the matter up on a basis of pray 1 I
three," was the answer. tical experience and I haven't had the 1I I I

"Well, he's In a business confer time nor the facilities for counting in 1I
you went after the Job. I ence. He's out of town. Step In and cash as high as a billion 'dollars." I
thought you believed that the office see him."

should seek the man." IN THE LIMELIGHT

"I do; but' this Is a fat Job, and SMALL CHANGE \ y !
1 thought It would get winded beforet First Star-Mr. Moon's full again. ,

reached me." Second Star-Yes, the old boy gets I

,that way ,once a month regularly.
The Gentle Art

"What's' the n6ise Slippery Like an Eel !
"John, the .barber, Is shaving him Wife (entering during telling of off- i d
self. color storY-And then the barmaid Se Y eejee I
"What's the conversation about?" what? ; II II I

"He's trying toy Persuade' himself. to Raconteur-Er-the Bar made a ',:rY Wti I
have a shampoo. great stride forward when It allowed Y r

Brilliant Idea Philanthropist (who has Just given ladies to practice. 1 'ai1llilu1H
beggar a nickel) : I Imagine you have
Prison Warden.-I think I'll
a many disappointments and discour Beastly "Young 'Sloan has Just Inherited a ,
for boys. What kind
party you do
? you agements. "What do they mean when people cool million."
suggest Beggar-Yes, sir, this Is the fourthone say 'beastly weather' "Is that why everybody greets him
,Prisoners (all together) -Open
house I today. "When It's'raIning cats and dogs." I so warmly?"



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BAD NAME: GIVEN his cruelty, however, consider his course, they are not scared of them. sting from the "poisonous" thing will Ing Jaws which are capable of slight
side of the story. Perhaps the most widely circulated mean Instant death. Yet, as no human ly nipping a finger. They actually
\ TO DRAGON FLY There are numerous myths, legends, myth about these Insects Is that has ever been stung by one of help man by feeding on such. Injurious
superstitions, beliefs, etc.,.about dragon they are "snake-doctors" and "snal e- them they are called "horse-sting Insect pests as gnats and
,. and damsel flies, known scientifically feeders." They are accused of administerIng ers." But this notion that they sting mosquitoes.; All odonata live In water
as "odonata." The odonata to snakes when sick or even horses is equally mistaken. until their
Harmless] Insect Victim of Silly they get wings. Thna
have been called "devil's darning- hurt. In some localities they are The truth of the matter Is that they are always found around ponds
Old l\ yth. needles," "snake-doctors," "snake- even credited with the power of dragon flies, damsel flies, snakedoctors small streams and other watering
feeders," "horse-stingers" and many bringing snakes back to life after devil's darning-needles or what places 'in summer. Some 300 specie
, Oh, the' devil's darning needle! other "harsh" names. Bad boys thecountry they have been killed. And some ever you choose to call them are are found In the United States.
J '4J exclaimed Miss Damsel Fly to :Mr. over have been warned that people believe that wherever you see harmful or dangerous only to other Pathfinder Magazine.
Dragon Fly as the bad boy made a If they persist in their t wayward a "snake-doctor" there you will find I insects. The only time these creatures .
cruel swat at them with a bIg stick. ways the' devil's darning-needles will a snake-so beware! Others are will harm a person Is when one .Live Well and Wuely
Now wasn't that awful of the bad sew up their ears. Naturally the afraid of these needle-like creatures Is so foolish as to poke his fingertip A good digestion and a clear con
boy to wish to J kill these harmless I boys dislike the big Insects and try for It' has been handed down from i Into one's mouth. Some of the science Is the recipe for a health/
Insects? Before condemning him for to kill all they see. Providing, of generation to generation that one larger species have fairly strong bit- old age.-John D. Rockefeller.

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J.HE proof of leadership is performance! Many claim it,

Hut Firestone proves it. Never before have tires withstood

," ; 7" ( such severe, continuous, grinding torture, breaking 77 records
\', for 3,000: consecutive miles at 127.2 miles an hour. Not a

.. 'i ". Gum-Dipped cord loosened, not a tread separated, not one

;. blowout.
Hour after hour, on through the, scorching heat of the

I '.-j.;, _., day and inky blackness of the night, with temperatures as

:J ,,.. J3onneville 9'! ah high as 120 degrees-breaking record after record fos
La e 1 oraJ
Aug. 18th speed, strength, safety and blowout protectIon-all in a

Cha1, rman. stupendous demonstration of safety performance for the cac

,_. t1 rvey S. FirResbber'compa.n owners of America.
1! ire
; n, Ohio This remarkable achievement was made possible by;

'; :.: Ur FireS'\ione\ 1 have just corote e8 Gum-Dipping, the Firestone patented process which saturates
Dea.r d.esert
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run ov 12'7.
12.ti.I ,000 mile enu a nce 11y car at, we a g hing average speetiOna.l of an AJJle in counteracting friction and heat and preventing the tire fromheating

J3o ille...' the Z,O O 'les in.g 7'7 Worl d.Interns.d.re trouble 0 f i ny rroa.nce up and blowing out.
'traV r without pe
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..,... h in a.r the. as cOU flint a nd. had. run was the severes't.. espec test iallY to t ower w res. your family with the safest tires in the :wor ld. Buy them this

his e e a1.lt.omob; haa car ofh ;s tion 1.\ week before prices go higher*

.,". have ever iU e a si lar f another xna.ke. : y t. 1 had a .
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'ot eee ng y01.l /.I )' 'X b.ave
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VALUE IN THE yearo : l1 Vi: l1>art I .
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Sweeney, Jesse B. Thomas, Douglas resentatives of the State of Florida. Watches_ Clocks, Jewelry
For County Attorney.For .
Thompson, Harry Turner. Five County Commissioners.For Rear or .
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Castles In The Glades j & Wallace CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY Board of Public Instruction Clewiston Drug." Company I
Marjorie CHURCH For Justice 6f the Peace in and for
the following Districts viz: No. 1. Jewelry Repairing
For Constable In and for the following MERRITT
W. H.
Minister. Justice Districts, viz: No.-.
Rev. N. H. Schaaf,
Sundown. And here comes my but occupied by, we hope, satisfied I In Testimony Whereof I AVATCHMAKER & JEWELER
23 1934.
Services for Sunday, Sept. have hereunto set my
brave flag'fluttering from its masthead nieces and nephews of Uncle Sam,, 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. Classes hand and affixed the CLEWISTON FLORIDA. :d1,
folded lovingly away in. not to mention grand-nieces and Great Seal of the State I" u.r
to be for adults as well as for child- Of Florida, at Tallahassee P. O flax 521
of memories-pe: grand-nephews. Joy to them. Any-
my storehouse the Capital, this the
baps, who knows, to be again hoisted time any of the engineers need a 7:45 ren.p. m.-Evening Worship. Ser- (SEAL) first 1034. day of August A. D. "We Are Here To Stay"ESTIMATES

in the future, like a pleasant banner referee I will be glad' to come over mon by the minister. The choir R. A. GRAY,
to'some; like a red rag to a bull and take on the job; I know all the music.A Secretary of State.
will offer special To Hon. H. L. DeLaney, Sheriff Hendry
loved the hair-pulling, kicking
have rules. Biting
to others. WelL-I cordial invitation is extended to County. LaBelle, Fla. FURNISHED ON
banner and reveled in the bull-fighl and gouging are not allowed.On No. 30-Sept. 7-14-21-28 Oct. 5-12-19-2G REQUESTC.E.STEBEL
all to attend these
whole the spirit on this Nov. 2.
the ,
so-there are no regrets for me.I Sunday School -will be conductedat I I
job has been a pleasant and co-opcr '
have tried to make the Kollui Lake Harbor at 4 p. m.
accurat ative one; the few grouches have<
not only interesting but as : '
to accentuate the 'generally :!' M GOUS'
information, gleaned hithe I only served : @ Electrical ContractingPHONE
as my
friendly attitude prevailing! MRS.: EMANUEL: HAS DINNER
permitted. When I had only -!
and ,
hearsay yon to report, I said so, at : among the men. There have been, ON HUSBAND'S liIHTHDAY, Counselor and Attorney; at Law 2121

least; and I have taken a certai perhaps, some instances of conduct Hopkins ,Building PAVlOKEE, FLORIDA
of the< Mrs. Victor Emanuel entertaineda
which recall Efting's story
amusement 1D
of wicked and
amount Wednesdays Saturdays I
the frequency with which the Castles small Hebrew' scion who asked his few friends Wednesday evening at 9:30 to 4:00 Agent for
has been a week ahead 'of the father to explain the word "ethics." dinner complimenting her husbandon I. GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS -

rest of the papers in announcin; "Veil:Ikey," answered papa, "Ethici his birthday. Guests were Mr. and

news. If I have made a few good is like this. Suppose, now, once, Mr. Mrs. Elmer Kranz and Willard HOUSEBOAT FOR SALEHere's RANGES APPLIANCESGLADES AND

natural and Jones comes into my clothing store Payne.
enemies, that's quite the answer_to your housing
life with and buys :yet a new suit, and for it
proper. If you go through problem. 5 room houseboat with
I I cash. When Mr. Jones is gone,, I
out attaining some excellent grudges pays \ two bedrooms furnished or unfurn-

you are just too jelly-fishy to taking the suit mid him, your papa NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOrt ished. Own water system and flue. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
it is our finds oud that Mr. Jones has paid TAX DEED
much anyhow, Built-in
count for ; features and just as ,cozy
enemies that keep us up to snuff, for for the suit tventy dollahs too much and comfortable as can be. Terms.

they make no excuses for us as our -maybe for a two-dollah bill he NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, EDNA F. GRADY REALTOR ,
examine our every mistakes a tventy-dollah bill. Now That Carl E. Royer, holder of Tax ,
friends do, and ;
First Street
Next to P. O. Phine
careful to papa. Certificate No. 211, 2nd day of Sep-
act with the jaundiced eye of hope Ikey, llssen your THEATRE
ful criticism. They are the prod ii 1. 'Ethics' iss-should I for myself tember, A. D. 1929, has filed said Fort Myers, Fla.

the back, the custard pie in the' keep the tventy dollahs, or gif half certificate in my office and made MOORE HAVEN, FLA.,
application for tax deed I
face, the finger in the nose, the' of it to my partner? thereon in accordance with law. Said I

incentive to effort. God bless our But it's hard to get several hund-I certificate embraces the following de" \ PROGRAMTHURSDAY
with- You Wreck 'Em l l'
enemies! red men together on one job scribed property situated in Hendrj

out a few exhibitions of-well, let County, Florida, to-wit: Lots 1-5
is Stuart'
Pahokee's loss (?) ;
gain-we are moving there the first I us call it poor judgment. By and Rosenberry's Sd, Sec 8, Twp 43 S, We Fix 'Em FRIDAY, SATURDAY

of the month and the ladies wile large, we have behaved pretty fairly Rge 29 E. September 20, 21, 22.
well; even at the 'engineers' dance!! The assessment of said property PAINTING BODY AND
understand how much'must be done< "Most Precious ThingIn
under the said certificate issued wa; FENDER WORK:
for the terrible road from
before that time. With Laddie going Except in the name of P. M. Diffenwierth
away to college, Alden moving to< Stuart over to the lake, I couldn't: Unless said certificate shall be redeemed TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY Life"

Clewiston, and the junior Wallace: be'pried loose from ,the Kollum according to law, tax deed ,.

to help establish in their own corn with a crowbar. Eight months is along will issue thereon on the 8th day of Done by An Expert Featuring Jean Arthur, Donald t

er here, there will be scant time time to have written each weeka October, A. D. 1934. Courteous Cook, Richard Cromweu'and Anita

for writing; although I hope to find newspaper story about the same Dated this 7th day of September, Service Louise. A delightful picture of college -

time somewhere in the scuffle to job, much the same people and the A. D. 1934. Work Guaranteed. days.

make one more round of the work same conditions, but I have never WILLIAM T. HULL, Prices Reasonable.

for a farewell look-see and chat will found it tiresome. It hasn't been (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court, Also a fine Scrappy comedy

the scores of delightful people to work, but the most intensely inter- Hendry County, Flor PIONEERService

be found around and about this pro- esting and absorbing occupation. It Ida. SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY

ject. has brought me friends without Sept. 7-14-21-28, Oct. 5. 5t. Station September 23, 24, 25;:

number, fascinating trips, a constant
Their name is legion. To express BELLE GLADE PHONE 10
enthusiasm and pleasure. To it :I FRANK BUCK'S THRILLING
my gratitude for the almost invari- "'recker'Service All
at Hours
have brought at least unswerving NOTICE OF ELECTION
able and universal courtesy and "WILD CARGO"A
kindness, and helpfulness given me loyalty to the work and to our or- To the Sheriff of Hendry County, 01:
ganization, and for any mistakes, the State of Florida:
would be so utterly impossible that I do humbly Be it Known, That I, R. A. Gray, thrill-a-minute picture of captur- '
trival important .
-thank I'm not even you. going Everyone to try.everywhere Just this, apologize.or If you have enjoyed it, Secretary, do hereby GENEDAL of State give of ELECTIONwill notice the State that of a FlorIda .n..................... m.BE ing ferocious jungle animals.

from one end of the job to the other I'm glad, because I have-and be- be held in Hendry County StatE JACK'S FAMOUS iII Good 2-reel talking comedy
cause I may be back. of Florida, on Tuesday next succeedingthe B
on the dredges, on the levee, in
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first : in November A. D .
So in the words of that old war- Monday
the office, in other parts of the 1934 the said Tuesday being the Chop, Suey Dinners
time song-"Say Au revoir; but not SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER:: n pH COMING
state the in
on concrete structures,
the street-wherever have good-bye." And any time you are For United States Senator. Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:00 p JACK HOLT IN
you For Representative in Congress, StatE
in Stuart, you'll be welcome as o BH
over at large.
shown appreciation and attentiveness '
that extra five percent if you dropin. For Representative of the First Con BK "The Defense Rests"and
however you may have helped,, gressional District of the State 01 SPECIAL BROILED STEAK:
be sure that it will be forgotten. Florida in the Seventy-fourth Con mind-
never Dinners Thursday Night BB Montgomery, electrifying
gress of the United States.
After all, the Kollum has been For Two Justices of the Supreme Courl ---.---- ---- E A reading and magic on the stage.
yours, not mine; I have simply been I GRAND JURY REPORT of the State of Florida.
For Two Railroad Commissioners of tin R Watanabe Hotel A
the recorder of your activities and State of Florida.
of the information you have so (l Continued from page 1) For State Senator for Twenty-fourth : .Mrs. F. 1C. Maxwell, Prop. JjM
Senatorial District of the State 01:
cheerfully handed me. ternoons and the sun shines into this
Almost eight months ago the pul- room through the west windows i For Florida.One Member of the House of Rep. |JaBBflflBBBBBKflflBBBflflflBBflflflBD I ":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:'

ing infant Kollum saw the light of which have no kind, of shades or -

day. The amount that has been accomplished awnings whatever on them. This has

around the lake in that beell called to the attention of the

time is astonishing, in spite of delays County Commissioners by previous *[j::: :: ::
F 0 R SALE .
and abandonments and acci Grand Juries but nothing was done ; "yA_ _.

dents. Eight months ago the pilingwas of putting shades on these 2'west .. .. ..

iston just hurricane being driven gate, the for cofferdamwas the Clew- to windows: correct would this situation.not be As more the than cost =i:; ::: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash, Payment :: :::

not yet complete at the Canal $5.00! we again call this to the attention YA; h yhy

Point gate, Broadfoot had just mov- .of the County Commissioners -

ed to Belle Glade to take chargeof so the succeeding Grand Jurors x ?
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gate No.4; every one of themis rill not be subjected to physical discomfort Y

within a few weeks of completion ;: performing their duties. xx

now. The drainage culverts' We have heard complaints:: that vx f

then under contract were barely he School Board has been expending + *

started; they are all practically fin- money for purposes not allowedy ? x Vv
ished today. The Congaree and the law and we recommend and request ::: ,. ::: :!:

Alice and the Dania and the Culebra ; that the State Auditing De- ? x f

were working on the Canal Con- iartment make an audit of the booksf YA. A

struction job at Bacom Point; the County Superintendent of ? x I fhYA

they're all gone now. The Welatkawas ublic Instruction to determine if yh yAY

a stranger, instead pf a beloved he School' Board has been making .:. .:. .:. .!.

crony and was in that uncomfortable expenditures: of school funds contrary ::: .,. I ::: :.i: "
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stage of and request that
getting accustomed to to law; we ? x h -

new, work which every, dredge 'goes a copy of this recommendation be YA v

through here. The Gulfport 'was a ent; to the governor.We ::: .:. ::: :i:

rumor only; now every inch of her have had complaints that the .;. :i: f ,:.

decks is familiar ground, and every cvernment; range riders in the tick Yh: 4. yAy

man aboard her a friend. I eradication work: are killing deer : ::: .:. f

Miles of levee have been finished, ; promiscuously all the time in the : ? i
thousands of feet and southern part of the : ::
more up and being eastern : I f .i.
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groomed. Men have come and gone, county'and: we request that this be .!. .:. T a D I .:. i.
and come back again in some cases, alled: to the attention of the state A

the most beloved ma nof them all onservation: department with the vA Ay

went s never to return, taking the request that this matter be carefully ':. .:. fy.. :

very heart out of the job with 'him investigated by that department 'i. .:. ... .Y.
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on his .. -
inscrutable journey. it once. :
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There have been scores of marriages We recommend that the city of 4. : \ -kI f "\ % "' "*S. A X
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lots of babies divorces SlewiEton their justice of .. :
new some through A
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a few lamentable deaths in the peace or mayor's court deal with I Ay

the ranks and in their families. Life violations of the law in their jurisdiction .: : Ay Ay

comes and goes in eight months, and instead of these minor violations A A Ay

we can't stop it or hinder it. I am being brought to LaBelle + y

glad to have one more marriage to thereby saving expense to the county :: :i: Pay The Balance Like Rent :s: s.

report in this Kollum; that of Inspector taxpayers.: .:. .t. .t. ".

J. W. Shaw to Miss Lottie J. H. BOOTH, Foreman. :!: :;: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES ::: ::::

May which Vaughn took place of Columbus on the ,first S.. C.of, I Members J.of R.the DOTY grand, Clerk.jury'': J. H. :!: :!: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME : :;:

September. Booth, Chas. A. Darcy, J. R. Doty, H.

Eight months ago the government W. Flemniing, C. M. Fletcher, Ben Cewi! ton Home Building i Association

houses, were, and were'nt, and were,, It'. Guy, Dick Hall, Wade Hampton, il !! II

anderen't, going to be built, and Clarence Hubert, L. II.: Johnson, J. 'fl

the very word bouse'" was'" '.verboten .J, Kirtland, J. G. :Martin: Walter :;; PHONE 102PAGE

Now they are, /'not only'; finished McNally: Falcom D. Page, G. L.

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