The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 1935
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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.1 I 9 u.s. THE CLE\JfISTON NEW> MI-/LA ':/



Thirty-five children received med- Sunday evening there will be a s
DELIVERED ical examination at the Pre-School patriotic song service athe Com-

i Child Clinic conducted at the school munity Church in lieu of the regular

: building in Clewiston Saturday under TOUR THRU WEST Sunday evening sermon. The musical WITH TWO GAMES '
BY DR. the auspices of the ParentTeachers -I numbers will follow patriotic

Association, Mrs. F M. Wright, themes, in recognition of national

j his-theme "The Best chairman- of committee. I J. E. Beardsley made an inter- Decoration Day, May 30th."The pro- The 'Clewiston-Engineers baseball ''i .
Taking as Dr. O. F. Schifflir who'made the gram is being prepared by the choir
"Williams delivereda esting talk to fellow Kiwanians at came through with two wins in
Age, Dr. D. J. examinations, was assisted by -Miss under the direction of J. E. Beards-
as starts the
to "members of the regular meeting Wednesday:: evening many during past week
splendid sermon twinning
class and their Lillian Belyou, new FERA county and gave an account of his recent ley.' from Moore Haven 7-1 in n -

friends the graduating Sunday evening in the bac-i I nurse for Glades and Hendry coun- trip to Texas, 'Robert F. Paxton of St. Cloud will four and one-half inning. game' that Aht

calaureate services held in the ties. Mr. Beardsley, an extensive arrive next week to act as supply was_ broken up by rain last Sunday
school auditorium. Assisting in receiving the children I glades farmer and member Ever-I i minister during the summer months.Mr. afternoon, and beating the Welatka '
I and in recording results were Mrs. I Paxton is, a theological studentat outfit 7 to 1 Thursday afternoon.
District board
Everglades Drainage ,
beautifully deco-
,f The stage was of flowers H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Leah Spicer, I spent ten days on a leisurely motor Western Reserve University, Sunday afternoon: : found Digges ,
( rated with quantities enteredas ; Mrs. C. W. McDonald, Mrs. Ivey Paf- trip through the agricultural sectionof Pittsburgh, and will return there in on the mound, for Clewiston in raro .

the faculty and graduates march ford, Mildred Ward, Pearl Brantleyand the midwestern states to study the fall complete his university: form, ,allowing only one hit during 2 :k.

the stirring processional Katherine Russ. and methods. course. His father ,and mother, also the life of the game, while his teammates
farming marketing
played by Mrs.
from Tannhauser was The pre-school clinic is an annual ,I of St. Cloud, will accompany him battered Hendry, and Watsonfor
Lawler.. Father F. J. Finnegan Some of his observations were:
Mark "
event, which the P.-T. A. sponsors I and remain: in Clewiston throughthe 8 hits and seven runs. .
assisted in the services, and a beautiful J I food prices are cheaper'outside
'''to give parents a convenient opportunity summer. Line-ups for, Sunday's game: =
anthem, "The Heavens ida than within the Flor-I
to check the physical Clewiston Nail If Walker rf
Re-I' up on : ; ;
i sound" was sung by a choir of the state; the Arcadian
condition of their children. Moore cf McLendon Ib Williamson '
,' ; ; -
local Churches.Dr. some two hundred miles west of DR. WILLIAMS OWNS
: Williams' text was from Ec- I New Orleans, has much land similarto c; Pape, 3b; Hooks, 2b; Diggea. : -i.

I : clesiastes; he pointed out first to WORK ON ROAD 164'TO I the Everglades muck; Texas citrus p;Moore.Haven and Forbes. ; p.:, Whiddon, c; Dan- '
"the daysof your as a whole is of a quality inferior :- OLD LAND PATENT '
the graduates" and then enlarged his theme I to Florida fruit; the present tomato iels,: ,ss, Ib; ,Iathis: If; Bass, cf, 2b: :;
youth Hendry.'PI' ; and Watson, p; Hawkins, ,
include the maturity of their BE STARTED crop is of poor quality there.
to SOON I Dr. D. Jenkins Williams, ministerof 3b; ;\Phillips, 2b, c; Harris, rf, p; f;.
'lives. The speaker agreed with Mr. Beardsley was particularly interested -
the Clewiston Community Church Bales, 2b/ lb.Summary ,
Edison who shortly before in the onion fields, having
Thomas A. -- I I who together with Mrs( Williamsleft :. :. 'J : }
his death a few years ago was A committee of citizens and coun- recently harvested a profitable crop
for a summer vacation in Wis- Nail 2, ,Cruze, Pape 2, Hooks and
asked, "If you could know some- ty officials of Hendry and Glades I on his farm here. He also studied -
I consin this week, has in his pos- Daniels. __ "
that after you are gone, counties chair- methods of treating various plant diseases -
occurs before the .
thing appeared
I I session a most interesting document. f Hits: Nall, Walker 2, Moore, Mc- .'.
what would you like it to be, re- man of the state road department and packing methods. '.
It is a "land patent, which is a Lendon, Pape 2; 'Digges and Mathis. 1
"If I could know' what hap- in Tallahassee this In New Orleans the party was interested "
plied: week together ,
f I I deed from the United States .Government Stolen bases: Walker Cruze, Mc ;$
pens in the next twenty years, I with Representatives Boe of Glades in drainage facilities and .'
for land purchased\ fromit. Lendon, Williamson, Pape 2, Hooks :
would be" content." Mr. Edison methods. 'The used through
and Stewart of Hendry and Senators pumps Sacrifices: Walker. ,'c
;'out that great develop- the Everglades at various pumping I '
pointed : Murphy and Gomez in regard to ,
; The document is made more interesting Struck, out by Digges 2; Forbes 1, .
made and great stations for drainage and irrigation -
ments were to be roads, in the two counties. I '
by knowledge of the, circumstances 1 Hendry 3; Watson, 1. "_, .'1
I ;
events would occur in that purposes were designed by a city ..'
Particularly were the group Interested the 'Walked by Digges, 2; Forbes 1; a
surrounding property
said Dr.: of New Orleans who had
Those twenty engineer
I .1t
years. '
in State Road 164 from Venus
I Hendry 1, Watson 1.
which it The
covers. forty acres,
the section and
the visited Everglades
would be during manhood -
Williams, .
through Tasmania LaBelle and Im- ; !
The with the Wtelatka
game aggregation -
deeded by the land patent, \vere purchased -
womanhood'.or' familiar with of
the requirements
gradu- was .
and ,
Trail ,
mokalee to the Tamiami proved ; one ofthe most :
by Hugh Williams, grand-
ates of today. 'and Road 29 from the junction with : this particular locality.
: the interesting games played to date.
father of Dr. Williams from gov- '
The Kiwanians also the
"The idea, once so popular in Am- Road 67 two miles west of Moore enjoyed
I:1 comments ernment in 1846, and. has been. continuously With, O. KJ Jones on the mound for
erica, that the successful man is the Haven to the Kissimmee River. They, interesting on ; possession the :visitors and Lefty Baker backin
in the: of .Hugh
into Mexico
one who could get rich quick has were assured that work would be': ing trips_ Old Sight-see-I Williams and his descendants for '89'years. the box for Clewiston, hitting was.
visited the
been exploded." Many fortunes, so started both within the points by
on projects I The patent was not issued not so frequent. Baker let up three
r made, have vanished overnight, and very near future, the delegationpromising party.Children's until a few years following the pur- scattered hits during his five innings
I those who pinned their hope of hap- that labor would 'j
enough and after \which Digges pitched two
chase, and was signed by the then
piness on the possession of wealth be available to do the work. I I Recital to president, James K. Polk. innings with only one hit againsthim. ..

have found themselves stripped of Just what type of road is planned I The forty acres are located .on a'' Jones kept five hits well, scat- -,

that which they most desired. On : over the .164 route has not been I Be Given Tuesday hilltop in Waukesha County, Wisconsin tered in seven innings, with Usury:

the contrary, the ever-increasing learned but Road 29 will be .. allowing two.Clewiston .
J con- .- J ,, in the midst of an old Welsh "'
number of men and women who I structed of native shell with an oil I -- settlement.. Dr. Williams is descended scored in the second in,'
ambi- Children of the music class of''
have fostered in their top. The county dragline has been !I on both s'ides'of his family from ning when J. Forbes walked, stole
tions to be of worthwhile, service to i Mrs. Mark II. Lawler will give a finial -
made available to the state for use ;I the original settlers from Wales; and second, went to third after Hawkins
humanity have found satisfaction in excavating the material and a'' recital of the year Tuesday evening is author of a most interesting book! flied out to center, and scored when'Spooner

,. b,' and happiness in their success." Dr. I tract of land has been set aside for at the Community Church. Parents The Welsh Community of Waukesha was safe on an error. Three

Williams gave many interesting illustrations -, a shell pit by the county. Work is and friends of the youngsters I County. runs were scored in the next when'

from lives of scientists expected to start immediately cm I and others who are interested are; Dr..:and Mrs. Williams -have erected I Baker doubled, went to third on
I and others whdse discoveries. and invited and urged to attend, says I
[this road. The section between Indian a comfortable log house on their Beery's hit and scored on a passed'ball.

researches: have been of inestimable !' Prairie Canal and the Kissimmpe Mrs Lawler. hilltop, "Bryn, Mawr Bethania," and Hooks was safe at first on a

:value to humanity.The i! River will not be surfaced at this The following program- will be spend a few months each summer in fielder's ,choice, stole second, ad-

sermon was well attended and time but the Road Department pro- given: this delightful location. This year vanced on a wild pitch 1 and scored

the services were greatly enjoyed by mises to put :it in good condition for Song-Greedy Johnny-Music they will be joined for the monthof on an error. Forbes walked, stolo ....

the large number present. travel and keep, it that way until ] Club. June by their son, Robert H. Williams second, went to third on an error
Piano Solo-Nancy Wright-
such time as it is possible to surfaceit. an officer of the U. S. Marines and 'scored 'on Hawkins double.
THETEVEE ESSAYS I Piano Duet-Peggy Lawler, and "who; is home on furlough.Dr. Cowart ''scored, in the 6th, when he

Runelle McGehee. and Mrs. Williams will return was safe on' an outfield error;, advanced

I Piano Solo-Runelle McGehee. te Clewisfon in the fall. on Walker's hit and ,came in
.Marion Watten was awarded first P.-T.-A.. Silver Tea I Song Kranky Katy-: Music Club. when Pape was safe' on an error.

place, Billy Cowart, second place, I Piano Duet-Runelle _McGeheeand Boy Scout" Dance Two walks in the 8th paved the way

and Pearl Brantley honorable mention Is Lovely EventThe Julia Ann Oglesby. .' I .. for two more tallies for the locals

f r in the essay contest on the sub- I Piano Solo-Peggy Lawler. ,Nets Nice ProfitMore one by Cowart and Walker. Welat-
ject: "Construction of the Lake -- I Song.-In The Hammock Music!
, ka's lone ,score came in, ,the 7th
< Okeechotee Levee". Silver Tea, given by the executive Club. I when Marvin Pape doubled and .scored -

The selection committee was comprised committee of the Parent- I Piano Duet-Runelle McGeheeand thaone: hundred dollars when Clement Nail 1 was out at

of Lt. R. Selee, Lt. Wm. H.dills Teachers Association Tuesday at the I Anne Pafford.. I was' :realized froni the dance given! left field. "

and W. 1':. Simpson. home of \Irs. E., W. Digges was a Piano Solo-Drifting-Julia Anne for the benefit of the Clewiston Boy' A triple play with the ,bases. load ,

.'- \ -' lovely afternoon event. The living Oglesby.-Sung by Nora 'Oglesby. I Scout Troop "by: ,themerican Login ed saved the day for Digges in the-

) (First Place) rooms of the home were beautifully Piano Duet-Peggy; ., Lawler.. and / Scoi!? t, committee, [The dance I eighth. A shoe string catch; by, Cow-
decorated with roses and spring Nancy Wright. ,was held at the Clewiston Inn Fri- i art caught, Rutland and Jones, ,and,
I flowers in pretty pastel shades. Piano Solo-Anne ,Pafford. day evening. Music was by ITTe'.Arcadians Avant off-base' retiring; the side.. ,

By Marian Walton Sophomore I Serving at the nicely appointedtea Piano Duet-Ethel Willis and of West Palm Beach. Lineups: ,

I fit Through the 'interest and efforts table were Mrs. H. T. Vaughn,I Mrs. Lawler.Sketch .' Auctioning of a number of ,gifts Clewiston: Forbes E. and 'owart;'

:.L of Lieutenant Selee, Lieutenant Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. L. A. Turner -I from the Life of Bach--I I I'I donated to the Scouts brought' "in cf; Walker Ib; Melvin Pape J 3b; Ba-

i : Mills and Mrs. W. F. Simpson it was I and Mrs. ,Grover Poole. Others as-'I Characters: Little $47.70. These gifts included a linen: ker and Digges p; Beery If; Hook

i made possible for the Clewiston sisting were Mrs. M. E. VonMachand Rhunnelle McGehee. Bach--I bridge ,set a picture, box bath' powder 2b; ;J.' Forbes and Clark c; HawkinsV\ ,. '
High School to visit the .great con-I Mrs. V. A. Allen. I Johann Christoph Bach, cigarette case; eau de cologne rf; Spooner and Nail ss.

1 struction work being done by the Members of the Association and er brother:, Carolyn clock, toy, 2 pints of 'Old' Quaker, Welatka: Avant If? Rutland ss;

War Department of the United I guests calling during the 'afternoon I ald. '" McDon-I I 10 gallons gasoline, $3.00 in trade, Sallas Ib; Marvin Pape c, rf, cf;

States along the southwestern boundary were Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. M. W. Johann's wife, Julia' Anne, Og- 1 carton of cigarettes, 1 electric Usury ,cf, p; Clement Nall 3b; Vealrf

I, of Lake Okeechobee. This pro-I Bigg, Mrs. F. M. Wright( Mrs. F. D. I lesby. iron, 1 package of tobacco and two ; Cruze c; Jenkins 2b; Jones, i1,
ject is of great value as a protection Duff, Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Jr., Mrs.L. .i Violin Solo, Ave Maria, by Bach- cartons of cigarettes. Donors were rf. : "

to the people and their farms I A. Turner, Mrs. W. M. Redel- Lawson Jones. Hatch's, Holdsworth Gift Shop, Lake Umpires: Shelley and Miner.

and in' opening up ,,a navigable chan' sheimer, Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. J. E. I Son gThe nuetto-1\Iusic Drug Company, Alston:: Drug' Com-

nel. : Bear The high school was conducted by'I G. Alston, I Nancy Wright. i, Clewiston Beer Parlor, ClewistonMotor FALL ZINNIA" 'SHOW

Mr. Simpson who very courteously Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. Fred Ne- I Members of the Music Club include Company, Clewiston Laundry,

explained the purpose and value of biker, Miss Mae Drew, Mrs. I. M. Runelle McGehee, Julia Anne Clewiston Inn, Clewlston Supply The Clewiston Garden Club, meet

! the leeks, machinery, and the entire Pafford, Mrs. A. V. Southard, Miss Oglesby, Nora Oglesby, LaDeen Pet- Company and the Liggett and Myers ing at the home of Mrs. 'W. C. Owen' .

r project. \ I Lucille Hampton,, Mrs. W., S. Cowart,I ers, Elizabeth Winn, Jacqueline McKenzie Tobacco company. f II yesterday afternoon, made plans"fo:

F The larger warehouse is located on Mrs. Leah L. Spicer, Miss Marion Anne Pafford, Caroline Mc- a zinnia show to be held 'at so'nr.-

,the Industrial Canal at Clewiston. Leydig, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. W. I Donald, Nancy Wright, 'Peggy Law- :MRS :MCDONALD: ENTERTAINS11'EDNESDAY ; v date in September. The club decided

i s Here the head-quarters of the pro- C. Prewitt, ler. Jill!Diifl CLUB, to omit the meetings' of June 'and

ject are established. All machinery, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. 'Y. Patterson ----- July and will not meet again until

1.1 parts and supplies are shipped into I Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. E. W. P.-T. A. :MEETING: The Wednesday' Bridge Club met the first Thursday in August. r..,'

tr< this warehouse, where thirty-five i Digges, Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, Mrs. G. at the home of Mrs. C. W' McDonaldthis Mis., E. W. Digges reported that
trucks are kept engaged in its distribution -. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Those wishing to attend the district week. Mrs. Grover Poole, holder Cleveland Johnson had donated material -
'' ;' to the various points of Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger, Mrs. J. W. P.-T. A. meeting in Fort Myers' of high score, received a pretty for two swings for the recre-

the work. Bruce, and Mis. J. W. :Ezello. on May 28th, are requested by Mrs. crystal and blue vase. Low score ation park. Various; members of tIle

The McWilliams:: Dredging Company E. W. Diggps, provident, to foe Mrs.( prize, n set: of' cake fosters, w'nt.' to Club agreed. to provide flowers' for

has the contract for the con- Col. B. C. Dunn,' district engineerof Harry Vifughn concerning arrangements Mrs F. M. Maxwell Mrs. lye)" Paf=; use at, the 'school. graduation..

struction of four and one-half milesof the Florida district, U. S. Engineers for the trip ford received a hanging ivy pot for Attending ;yesterday's meetingwere

the levee. spent a few days in Clewiston", cut prize. the president, Mrs. E. L.

The huge pump located on the this week on an inspection trip of Mr,, ,and Mrs. Tom Shelley attended Guests were Mrs. Dave Alston, Stewart, Mrs.:" Grover Poole, Mrs.
highway opposite the levee is usedto federal projects under his supervision. a meeting of the West Palm Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs Poolo, Mrs. R. Y. ,Patterson,' Mrs.' :Leah Spicer,

pump water either on or off the Col. Dunn has received a trans- Beach Kiwanis Club in West Palm Pafford, Mrs. H O. Peters, Mrs. Mrs. Horace Bestor' Mrs.. F. Deane

land.., It. pumps six thousand gallons fer to Washington and will. sogn- Beach Monday The East Coast flub Maxwell, Mrs. H R.. Hall.. and Mrs. Duff, Mrs. 0. F. Schiffll and Mrs l

CGonUnu. .1 m f111.{ .! 8). 1pY\ ( for. t th.3. capital.. was celebrating\ Mta Night i G. 13, Thomas, Owen 'v '. "


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the American embassy In London. He TWO thousand young Catholics of I II . . . . .1.l.Dental.Hygiene.
CURRENT EVENTSPASSIN was appointed to the senate In 1027 made an Easter pilgrimage -

to fill vacancy and was elected next to Rome and on their return home BRISBANETHIS

:year to a six year term. they were treated as political suspects,

stripped of their mementoes and held ,..,,
REVIEW A FFIRMING a decision of the Su- for a time In a concentration camp. WEEKPass 88 *'f J

preme court of the District of Columbia Addressing another group of Pilgrims

the United States Supreme from Germany, Pope Pius made a -
The Road to HealthBy
court held unconstitutional the railroad strong protest against this action of the Patman Bill

EEK THINKS UNITED STATES NO retirement act, ruling that many of the Nazis who, he said, "wish In the Love
They King George DR. R. ALLEN GRIFFITH
LONGER IS THE BIG CRED- Its provisions are invalid. The act provided name of so-called positive Christianityto Parachutes (
for a system of old age pensions de-Christianize Germany, and they -------------
for all railroad workers.);: The decisionwas wish to conduct the country back to Puzzle for SolomonThe DIET
By EDWARD W. PICKARD read by Justice Owen .1. Roberts. barbaric paganism, and nothing Is left senate votes, 55 to 33, to pay the ,

Western Newspaper Union It condemned many provisions! of the undone to disturb Christian and Catholic veterans their bonus In 'cash. That
law as "arbitrary," placing nn undue life." vote, not being a MOST 'people feel that the condi-

GEORGE i N. PECK, in his capacity burden on the railroads l! mid] having no two-thirds vote. of ,their own jiouth and

to the President on for- relation to safety mill Mllriency! In the senate committee named to de would not' overrule the condition of their children's

eign trade, has just made public sta- operation of the railways.The : THE a means of curbing such attacks the Presidentialveto mouths Is their own affair We should

tistics that tend to show the United act was parsed: by the Seventy- on the (President as are frequently \, which ]Ig ex gel away from this selfish erroneous

States is losing its position fourth congress just before it closed, made by Iluey Long on the pected. and dangerous attitude." With every

as the world's and had the tacit approval) of the new Moor of the senate has The Patman bill, breath from an, unclean mouth mil-

chief creditor nation; administration. although; President not yet reported, but wisely I approved, lions of pathogenic mlcro-or anisrns

and makes recommen- Roosevelt said he believed: it would It Is 'said Senator Bennett gives the veterans easily capable ot inoculating another

dations that are in accord have to be perfected by amendment.It \ Champ Clark of their money to person with a disease-producing germ

with/the growing set up a compulsory) :; pension plan, 1 ; '' '4 Missouri has figured spend iir their way are expelled from one to ten feet. :,..

trend against Internationalism requiring) contributions by both the carriers out how It can be for things they To the healthy Individual It really

in the ad- and the benefited employees. done. Clark is the want. Under thai matters little how many pathogenic

ministration and In upper chamber's chief bill veterans are varieties of microorganisms there

conflict with Secretary ALL the vast British empire cele- expert on parliamentary to be paid with new may be or ho prevalent they are,

Hull's program of removing the silver jubilee of King procedure.' and money. That moneyas because man possesses a natural Im

barriers to In- George V and Queen Mary-the twen- for four years he was soon as received munity to infections and Is normally
7" --" ternatlonal trade by ty-fifth anniversary of their accession Arthur Brisbane Immune.If .
parliamentarian of the would all vanish tn
George N. Peek ,_ ,
recIprocal, trace] agree- I -and for three months
ments. there will be a continuous -' Senator plan] Is to rewrite rule United: States. have been exterminated from the earth .

Stating that whether or not this y af' series of fetes In B. C. Clark ,, the] senate rules New United States Is Ung ago by the myriads of microscopicfoes
money exactly
country still owes less to other nations I' the United Kingdomand to include the President and so pro- as good as new bonds, since always surrounding him. But just
than they owe to it appears to dependon all the dominionsand tect him from unwarranted attacks dollars) and% paper let the individual reduce his natural
paper bonds get all their
the true value of defaulted war dependencies ton- and slanders. That rule reads at bodily resistance below a certain point
value from the
name of the
debts, Mr. Peek recommends these Immediate -, don of course, was the present: government through fatigue,. overeating, loss of
printed on them. There no
steps: scene of the chief cele- "No senator in debate shall, directly longer sleep, worry, etc., and "some little bug
any gold payments promised 'or
"]. The inauguration of a detailed bration on the opening or Indirectly, by any form of words implied. If ,will get you" soon.
government is not
study of our direct Investments Abroad II day, and the me- Impute to another senator- to other money The .chief concern, therefore, of
good< bonds "
are not good. )
and foreigners' direct Investments in tropolis was throngedwith senators any conduct or motive unworthy both the Individual and society at

the United States to supplement the visitors. Hotels or unbecoming a senator." l large should be to maintain this nat-

studies now In progress of capital --K--- and rooming houses One of Long's favorite ways of President Roosevelt, congratulatingKing ural immunity Instead of trying to dis-

movements. were overcrowded and launching his diatribes Is to rise to a George, says : "It Is gratifyingto cover cures or remedies for natural

"2. A review of all national policies George the king, ordered that question of personal privilege, and contemplate the wise and steadfast conditions that are sure to follow H

based in whole or In part upon our International Hyde Park be kept open so some of Clark proposes that In this respect the ; Influence which your majesty has exerted lowering of the natural resistance to

creditor status." the overflow thousands' could sleep senate rules be changed to conform for.n, quarter of a century:' disease. Every disease germ that en-

The proposal seems to lead toward there. with those of the house.. In that body That was about all that the President, ters the human system must enter :_ .

high tariffs and a policy of allocatingour There were seven: state processionsthe when a member feels he has been aggrieved with the best of intentions, could say, through the mouth, nose or a break In .' -

foreign trade among other nations, first day. The first was that of the he must explain exactly how for the British ruler's popularity Is the skin (with the exception of vener- .>J

as Is done by many of the European speaker of the house of commons, Capt. he has been injured before he is permitted based on sticking to his job, which Is, eal diseases), and It Is estimated that ., :

countries. Edward A. Fitzgerald, with five ancient to speak. The speaker decides letting his people alone, while they at- 00 per cent of all disease enters r--. : :

Figures compiled by Mr. Peek Indi- gilded coaches ; the second, that of whether or not his Injury is justified. tend to their business in their own through the mouth and incubates In \ ,

cate that the United States is a net Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald, Senator ,Glass of Virginia has failedat way.The the mouth. "

International creditor by $10,897,000- with six coaches In which, rode the do- various times to silence the "King- king seems to think that those Should not a clean, healthy mouth' ':

000, but this includes $10,304,000,000,. minion prime ministers. Then came a fish" and he, too, has a plan he thinks;: who have built the greatness of the then be the first consideration In the ':;j

principal amount of war debts owed two-coach procession of Lord High might help accomplish that end. He British empire to its present height prevention of'disease 'I.;."

by foreign governments, and also foreign Chancellor Sankey, and one of the lord recommends a requirement that all may be trusted to continue building it. During the present generation the '' :

bonds held by private investorsIn ,mayor of London Sir Stephen Klllik. amendments offered to an appropriation Some "best minds" here feel that physician has proved that there Is a -<..'::'..

the United States invoiced at their The fifth procession was that of the bill be germane. Such a require- any success or progress In the United direct connection between unclean :.{

face value, and a pre-depression esti- ,duke of York, from Buckingham palace ment would affect other senators, but States has been more or less of an mouths and the rapid increase in kid- },;';';
mate of the value of American two carriages with a captain'sescort heart and diseases : : 1
branch Glass move admittedly is directed accident, under bad management, and ney circulatory ;
factories abroad and other direct Investments of the magnificently appareled against Long. X needs to start again on a new plan. formerly attributed to deranged meta- .

In foreign countries. Mr. royal horse guards. bolism, but now known to be due to a ..:
The nrince of Wales. as heir to the Time will tell whether a government -"
Peek strongly infers that a re-estima dictatorship will constitutional poisoning of the system ;.
YUGOSLAVIA'S policy of "let them alone" or""tell themhow"
sixth. He had with him
tion of these "assets" will result in came be continued and enlarged, for from bacteria and their toxins. : '-
Is better. -
I' of the Life Guards
such a scaling down that this country escort Premier Yevtitch's government party It follows, therefore, that thhe first
in the first of which
will no lODger be a creditor nation and carriages the principle of preventive medicine shouldbe
at polls
won a sweeping victory ;
need not act as such. he rode with Queen Maud of Norwayand this the fact that the small Five killed, eight Injured, In an air- a clean mouth, for cleanliness is
his brother, the 'duke;: of Gloucester despite plane crash. The dead Include Senator
perhaps the oldest known remedy for
towns and villages of Croatia gave an
like him a bachelor. Cutting of New Mexico, who will be
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT strongly] overwhelming vote for the opposition either the cure or prevention of dis-
Finally, in the 'most gorgeous parade deeply regretted by his state and by
* resented the criticism" of his New of all, came George and Mary, and as, leader, Dr. Vladimir Matchek. the senate. ease. j
Deal policies by the Chamber of Com- 'A clean mouth will prevent disease. W,
drawn the fa-
their ornate coach by
Flying in fog, fuel gave out. The A suitable diet will Insure well j
merce of the United States, and retorted of a
mous grays, passed the voices of all TN THE name of 400,000 Knights
last radio message was : "Fuel's getting nourished Exercise will Insure
organism. -
by calling to the *
White House Columbus
loyal Britishers rose In a roar of Martin II. Carmody, supreme -
low. We can't find a break In the elimination. These three
Secretary Roper's business planningand "God bless the king and queen." The knight of the order, has sent to proper
fog. It looks like a forced landing will Insure health
things happinessand
advisory council for an endorse-
rulers, accompanied by all the other President Roosevelt a letter urging
ment of NRA extension and the social notables, went to St. Paul's cathedralto American diplomatic Intervention on Both' pilots were killed ; they did longevity..

securities program. Then to the newspaper give public thanks to God. behalf of Catholics in Mexico. The their best. a *

correspondents Mr. Roosevelt matter'' has been up In congress at va-, MALNUTRITIONMANY

scored the action of the chamber, as- I SREGARDIXG the wishes of Pres- rious times but quite naturally the ad- An occasional disaster will not dis-

serting that in too many cases so-called D dent Roosevelt, the finance com- ministration Is hesitant about interfering courage flying: but this particular accident articles have recently ap-

business organizations misrepresentthe mittee of "the senate adopted and reported in what Mexico cqnsiders a domes- raises again the question, Should In the newspapers in re- -
business men for whom they claimto not airplane builders concentrate on
for passage; a simple resolutions tic, affair gard to malnutrition In school children.
speak, and that he did not believe contlnuln the national ts ss xsf parachute protection for passengers?
Insufficient food is generally supposedto
a single speech made at the chamber's act until ICKES' Department of
SECRETARY be the only cause. Just at present
meeting contained any mention of the April 1, '193G, and at r. has now been elevatedto King Solomon never solved any such
the is blamed. But
depression .this
human side of the picture. lie de''clared the same time making the level of the State. Treasury and problem as this : A New York manu- con- '
dition has existed for Too
the business organizations were these provisions: Agriculture departments, for congress facturer wished to advertise "invisible many years
little food food is of the
or Improper
not Indicative of the mass belief and 1. No price fixing Y has granted one of Harold's dearest panties," In usual words-small trousers -

that he 'would go along with the great shall be permitted or *' Y / wishes and given him an undersecretary worn by modern women. NRA utmost importance, not only to the

bulk of the people. sanctioned In codes, cJ : / whose salary is to be $10,000 a rules say that If the article advertisedis children, as children: but for their adult
life well.
Several members of the business advisory except In those relating :year. This was a senate amendment to not invisible, the advertisipg is as
How child be well
council were also members of to mineral or the Interior department appropriationbill "false and misleading and violates the can a possibly

the Chamber of Commerce, and it Is natural resources and was accepted by the house. code." If those panties are invisible, nourished, no matter what quantity or-

said they, resented the President's action which now have price 243 to 92, only after considerable pres- NRA cannot pass on them, and their quality of the food if It is mixed.with

In seemingly using them to offset fixing provisions. '-.v..oM sure had been applied by the admInis- manufacturer must not attempt to dis- a fetid, decaying mass of food from

the attack by the chamber. 2. No trade engaged Donald tration. Many of the house Democrats play them on models for evident! rea- cavities In the teeth with Its millionsof

In Intrastate Rlchberg have asserted that Mr. Ickes;: snubbed sons dealing with morality. germs of putrefaction and pus germs

T N THE crash of a transport plane of, commerce shall be eligible for a code. them, and they would have liked noth- from abscessed teeth? This constant

Transcontinental Western Air 3. The President Is given specifiedtime ing better than to administer a rebuke Pope Pius, addressing 130 German drain of poisons into the Intestinal F

Atlanta, Mo., Senator Bronson M. near Cut- In which to review present codesto to him by defeating the amendment, pilgrims, spoke plainly about Ger- tract causes stomach and Intestinal

ting of New Mexico and four other carry out the conditions laid downIn but the party leaders drove them Into many's present' Hitler government: troubles. Bacterial products are absorbed -

persons fell to their the"first two exceptions to the reso- line. "They wish in the name of so-called Into the system and produce

death. The pilot was l lution. FRoth positive Christianity to dechristianize fevers, eye-strain, headaches, anemia,

unable to. land at President Roosevelt and Don POLICE of Havana apparently ,are Germany, and they wish to conduct malaise and constipation.

Kansas City becauseof ald Richberg, head of the NRA, had the way to solution of the the country back to barbaric paganism, There Is no time in life ,when thor-

a dense fog and hit urged the passage of a new two-year mystery of the fire which destroyedthe and nothing is left undone to disturb ough mastication is so important as

fuel gave out before NRA bill which would set up a stricter Ward liner Morro" Castle, and other Christian and Catholic life." it is during the growing period.

he, could reach 'an dictatorship over business and Indus- recent marine disasters. They have ar The pope's words referred to the unpleasant A child usually masticates food very

emergency landing try. The'senate finance committee, rested three men all natives of Catalan welcome home of 2,000 young vigorously. It Is unfortunate that chil

field at KIrlsvJl;: )(>. however, would not consent to this and province In Spain and say that German pilgrims that went to Rome dren's teeth should be allowed to decay -

Besides Mr. Cutting w Instead passed the resolution, which they found on their persons letters of to receive the papal blessing. until chewing ,becomes a painful

those killed were Miss was drawn, up by Senator Clark of instructions concerning the destruction operation. This causes the child to

Jeanne A. Hillias of Missouri and approved by ChairmanPat of the steamship' Magallanes of the Harry L. Hopkins, federal emergency swallow the food without! chewing, a
.... ..
Kansas City, Mrs. William -- =- Harrison. Twelve, senators first Spanish line, which was _soon due In relief administrator, uses language as habit that usually lasts throughout life.

Kaplan of West Senator called at the White House and the Havana. The documents according to plain as that of Mussolini or Stalin. they are not bright and intelligent?

Los 'Angeles, and lIar- Cuttingvey President seemed willing}] to accept the the authorities, ordered the accused to He finds that we have in America a A child cannot be expected to develop -

Bolton continuing resolution until Mr. Rich- "take necessary action to precipitate a class of "oppressors into healthy adult with
and I.. H. Greeson, rich men, and a a strong
both of Kansas City. Eight pilots berg came In and protested urgently; ; disaster similar to that of the Morro promises that that small), oppressive, mind If It is deprived of efficient meansof
passengers Mr.
whereupon Roosevelt "
were seriousl.Injured.. turned It Castle. business minority "who extol povertyand chewing Its food properly, or If the
down. The
committee then
Bronson Cutting, a millionaire took the profits In the same breath" shall food must pass through an Infected,
of an action noted by a vote of 1C to 3. MINISTER
aristocratic family, was a radical Republican -' DOHEIGN PIERRE LAp be made outcasts In the "new order" uncared-for mouth. Is It any ,wonder
end was one of the VAL of France and Ambassador that is coming. that such children are sickly and lack-
ing members of the senate. outstand-He *DA1IIA* Brazil third city of the republic of Potemkin of Russia finally fixed up Ing In strength? is It any wonder that .

ported Mr. Roosevelt for President sup in was overwhelmed by furI- the mutual assistance pact betweenthe One English town will Celebrate thekIng's they are not bright and Intelligent and '

3032, but when he came for ous storms and torrential rains, and two countries In a way acceptableto jubilee by distributing free beer. many times figure in the mentally deficient '"
up reelection the destruction was extended to all both and It was signed In Paris.M. .
classes In
last fall he was not given the Might It not be a good Idea to make school?
endorsement surrounding country. Communications Laval then prepared to leave for Taking then, this
of the administration. light beer part of the regular food, specific knowledgeas
His victory was contested by Dennis tary reports were demoralized told of terrible, but scenes fragmen-of Moscow route.It ,. planning to stop In Warsawen ply of, men In this government's CCC to the deleterious' effect of a diseased -

Chavez and the case Is still before the camps mouth and malnutrition upon the
death and
devastation It
was believed would seem that Laval had
senate elections his cnlld, school, state and nation
committee. Mr. Cutting Minus into consIderation
that at least 400 lives were lost and way with the treaty, for It subordI- government tax It would cost
was born on Long Island In 1888 little It becomes a great sociological -
probably 2,000 persons rendered home- nates military action of the two powersto keep men contented, abolish or
graduated from Harvard and thereafter diminish problem that should appeal to
less. Rescue complaints of
and relief work some
be- workers
was the procedure of the League of Nations all of those
went to New In'child
Mexico. In the ing carried on as well as possible by to provisions of the Locarno spending their small supplies of money welfare.
World war he was an The problem of nutrition will be solved
Infantry captain hundreds of soldiers and the with bootleggers.
govern- pact and also to the Franco-Polish alU- within the
and assistant military attache at ment agencies. a KID) [ Feature Syndic.!*, Ins. first three inches'of th.
W.NU bervle alimentary canal.
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I .,; The cedar came against the boom Mad Woman to draw more Items from
J ,Silence
stick and Elliott took his place on it his bag of tricks before he should assume >

with a light leap. It, was a good log the offensive. Organs for Five Years

The MAN FROM YONDER nearly two feet through at the small Without a flicker of warning Duval Church music comes In'' for severe

end, twenty feet long, with a small dropped the pick of his peavey, twist criticism at times, and the latest

if. taper, dry and peeled ; a sprightly log ing the shaft In his hands, flipping the suggestion for Improving it is that

Indeed, for such a contest a log to I hook open.. The point plunked: Into the organs should be silenced for five

. try the mettle of any man matched water, the hook bit Into the log slmul- years.
: by HAROLD TITUSCopyright with any sort of contestant. Add to
talieously and as the handle swung up. This isn't the first time that church

1928-1934, Harold Titus. WNU Service. this Bull Duval, the best river hog In ward In a swift arc the man drove his organs have been regarded with sus-
Tincup, who hefted his peavey and weight on it. His twisted
picion. When they were first Intro-
glowered at the stranger."I grunted and his face
Ii' wrenched into a duced In Scottish churches Presbyterians -
Bull Duval whose In the give y' two -ninutes," he growled. lightning expression of great strain
CHAPTER I partner pre- as o{ the old school disap-
"Thanks, buddy !I" Elliott retorted. the cedar In a quarter turn stopped
: -1- liminaries defaulted and who dumpedthe proved strongly, and called them
"I'd say that's sweet of you !1" dead. And Ben Elliott '
. winner of the semi-final without back bowed "kists o whistles." One old lady
:: It was Armistice day In Tinnip.The "
1- time was so far removed from half trying. I ask you, has he earned "Are you two ready? Birney cried acutely, peavey high above his head, after hearing an organ and choir .f'

I that delirious. date In 1918 that In twenty-five dollars?" from shore. teetering back to balance on one foot for the first time, pronounced the .

many parts of the country the eleventhof A laugh arose and Duval, on the log, Both nodded. laughed aloud service "verra bonny, but oh, what

November had Clime to be regardedas twisted his mustache and leered at the "Then let her go I" "Quick work, big boy !1" he cried. "Almost an awfu' way .o'. spending- Sab-
speaker. A hush. Balanced on the log, facedIn got me !I" bath !1"
simply another day, hut Tincup was
a mill town and the surrounding country "Here we raised a twenty-five dollar the same direction, double an arm's But Duval had nowhere near gotten Even in the Church of England or-

was timber land and In such a prize and half you river hogs got cold length from one another, they poised. him ; he knew It and Elliott's manner gans haven't been popular among
feet just because Duval said he And then Duval's right toe lifted, the was Infuriating to him. He cursed '
community almost any anniversaryfrom was ? those who like the old plainsong or
the Fourth of July on down to goin' to roll !" Birney was truly an- heel pressing downward ; the buoyantlog sharply and spat and jerked at the Gregorian chants. But opinions have

the millwright's birthday is seized uponas noyed and took no pains to conceal It. moved quickly. Ells left foot raised brim of his slouch hat as he shook always differed as to the beauties ofplaiusong. .:;

an excuse to lay off and play. "Ain't any of you lads got the sand to free, sharp calks in Its sole clawed I loose the peavey and commenced againto A bfshop once confessed
savagely and with a mighty drive| of blrl.
So the camps which turned Nicholas hand In J'onr'names and tackle the that when he heard it he wanted to ,
he had the
the leg cedar spinning beneath -
Brandon's standing hardwood and hemlock I Bull Where's your guts? he pleaded. them. They ran a moment easily, each waiting "lie down and howl like a dog.

mills which "Ain't there anybody here that needstwentyfive for the other to try some fresh
Into saw logs, and the I And when a country parson, who
Ben Elliott did not offer resistance.He .
dollars? trick. The Bull
chewed them into dimension stuff and leaped and came down had revived the Gregorian chants, .-
Another laugh went and when It followed the moving footing, walk- he -
flooring and shingles were deserted : up I running; leaped four times In the remarked to a visitor: "It was
for the first liree
had subsided a voice, said : ing or four turns of
space as quick breaths And
and the entire population! of a big territory many I plainchant in which David sang the
"Here's one. What'll I-do to get It?" and then, adding his Impetus to the then, as though
", which had commenced pouring ready to leap again, Psalms to Saul," he received the reply -
Into town the evening before was This 'was a full, even, good-natured birling stick, commenced to trot, with dropped the hook of his peavey Into : "Koyondeor' Saul threw 'a
twice, and a quick silence fell the each stride forcing the tempo ot the the cedar. lie
I: joined ,for 'the day with the residents upon wavered when the handle javelin at him."
I of Tlncup 'in competing: or watching or crowd, followed by an expectant buzzas turning. ; swept 'upward by the rush and ..
cheering or listening. the stranger moved forward, his Faster and faster, now. The trotting weight of the spinning log, bore againsthis Plainsong, however,, seems to 'be i

bronzed face uplifted to the man on became a run ; the run waxed. to a great palm. His body swung creeping back Into favor, partly because -
II, In consequence< the nimble dance.
Jammer. to the He
sharply left cursed as the
the arrival of the eastbound
i passenger
i train drew no attention whatever and "Atta boy !I" Birney cried. "All you They watched one another. Ben smooth handle slipped from his clutch English music.

I so none but the station agent was there got to do, friend. Is to put Mr. Bull Elliott still grinned. The Bull glared. and Bird.Eye Blaine danced In a frenzyof London Answers.

:. ...,," togreet' the strangerashe dropped down Duval off that log and stick by rules!I" His black brows were drawn together delight as the peavey, handle smackIng -
ft. from the rickety red smoking car be- The stranger slipped the pack strap ,, the water, disappeared In the pond

tween his pack-sack, slung from one from his shoulder, seated himself ona and the Bull, waving his arms for balance .

J i shoulder, and old Don Stuart literally log, unlaced his shoes and unstrapped Up and down, up am down ; a mad ran the log desperately to hold 1 1

.; dangling from his other arm. The -- -
si i agent trundling his express truck and m ONETHIRDLESSTIME
In a hurry to be done with duty and B II
;i get back to the more exciting affairs B The Thrill} the Action the Adventure : ( ,
which ,occupied the rest of the town,

poke : : That Are Part Outdoor
r II "Hul-lo, Don I Back home, eh? : of an Story

, Well. Glad t' see you I IJ Reduce your ironing time one-third...

::1 "Better git up to the big doln's." your labor one-half Iron any place with

::1'' ; Log rollin's just goin' on. Big time I" :. You Will Find Them All in This Gripping Tale :. No the Coleman.cords or wires.It's entirely No weary self-heating.endless

As If to vindicate this prideful boast trips between a hot stove and the ironing -

" of one of Its own, all Tincup and Its .: : of the North Woods board.
The Coleman makes and burns its own
, at the HBH
I company moment opened lips gas. Lights instantlyno'preheating..
and compressed chests to send cost only Jrf hour. Perfect
up a Operating: an
mighty, roaring shout of acclaim. Harold Titus has no peer in the field that he has chosen to make his own-the fill balance and right weight make ironing:
19 just an easy, guiding,gliding motion.
"Come on, Dad." the younger man .: American woods. He has won a large following with his "Code of the North," BH See your local hardware or house-

said, looking toward the crowd. "He furnishing dealer. If he does not handle
k says It's a big time. Big noise, any !lEI "Below Zero," and other novels, as well as with many stories in the leading magazines B. write us.

: H The Coleman Lamp&Stove Company
how. Let's
investigate. of the In "THE MAN
country. Dept.WU309. Wichita Knns Chicago Ill; '
: f Slowly, then, the sharply contrasting' B cr>) Read this opening installment e Lee Angeles, Calif: Philadelphia, Fa.; or
FROM YONDER" he has written fast- Toronto Ontario, Canada (isa) 1
I pair moved off, the younger still] half BB a ., and follow the story through .

supporting the elder and moderating 8m moving tale that ranks among his best. to its satisfactory conclusion .B

., his gaIt to stroll so Stuart's quick PARKER'SHAIR
and audible should ..
breathing ', grow no BALSAM
more Remove Dandruff-Stops Hair
pronounced. the hag. While he drew from Its gallop of supple limbs, now. and then- his place. A great shout vvebt up from: _';\ Imparts Color and Falling

A slender young rna.n\\'as'cllmhlng\ a depths a pair of calked river boots and Duval leaped. He leaped high and the crowd. ri Beauty Sic and to Gray f 1,00 at gad: .Hair

jammer In the mi.II'yard. lie lifted the cluster about him grew thicker a without warning and feet spread, The odds, then, were no longer equa).. HI. Chem Wk..Pateho e.N.Y.

himself above the heads of the crowd half do/en old men crowded around drove his calks deep into the log again. Like a fencer with a broken foil, like connectionwith FLORESTON SHAMPOO Parker's HairBalsam.Makesthe-Ideal for use in

\ and held up a hand for silence This Don Stuart, shaking his hand and saying hunching his shoulders.. thrusting his a boxer with one eye closed, like ft' hair soft and fluffy.EO cents by mail or at drug

however, was not readily obtained. A the usual things that men say to peavey before him for balance, bend runner with a'strained tendon, so gists.Hiscox Chemical Works Patchogue N.Y.

I I drenched and dripping citizen was onlyjust an old friend they have not seen for ing forward. The spin of the stick was Duval was now;

pulling himself from the chill long. checked sharply and had his opponent "Polish him off, now !1" Bird-Eye Weak.Women

waters of the pond, a self-conscious One of these was a' short, wiry little been aught unprepared, certainly screamed, like.an audacious, saucy boy. .

grin glued to his lips as the black haltwas man with upturned nose and blue eyes would have pitched face foremost Into '"Polish him good Misther E'liott! He'syawpin' "After childbirth I lack-
, plastered his brow ed strength and suffered
to by the soakIng -
and long lip. the pond. for help 'nd the' ain't none: from dizzy headachesmy -
s' It had received. On a peeled cedar *"!\'d who's th' b'y, Donny?" he But Elliott was not unprepared. He fer him !1" whole body felt sick."
1 log In the pond a giant of a roan In a ;., said Mrs J. \V. Buck of
11' asked "Who's th' b'y thut's goin' to had watched the Mull's every move. He That was what Tincup btlleved. A 'aqR .: 1913 Ellis St.. Augusta

gaily checkered shirt, peavey in' his try Misther Brandon's pet bull?" did not Jump when Duval Jumped ; he quick finish seemed certain, with the Ga., "but after I was much
hands, balanced and surveyed the improved taking;
f Stuart shook his head. waited a split Instant, eyes on Duval's Bul) so handicapped, without .his pea ,'' Dr.Pierce's Favorite Prescription -
+ throng, a picture of frank and boastful short time.
1 1 'I self-satisfaction "lie's a 'fine young gentleman,. Bird- feet, and when he saw the toes pointed vey for offensive moves or to hold for: It gave me a new strength

Eye, and that's all I know. Found me stiffly downward he rose nimbly into balance and made me feel that I had the right amountof
: The slender man on the f "
I tinued to wave his hands Jammer and con at th' Junction .. broke and want- the air, a galloping break In. his swift But what happened stilled the clamor New energy size to, tablets carryon 50 ct*. liquid $1.00. Large/

finally In' to get back home to Tin- run and came down, poised spread. quickly, as though sound were a tan- size, tabs. or liquid, $1.3,5..All druggists.
. these jibes and compliments
were cup., Paid my fare and helped legged himself, crying out In an ejaculation gible mass and a great blade had
smothered by other cries for silence.
me. Fine gentleman I" of mock distress as he balancedon sheared !it quickly and cleanly.
f "Give Blrney a chanct, now !I"
:r' o i shouted. a mau "He'd better be all o1 that I" the the cedar which swayed and heaved Ben Elliott shifted his peavey. He FR E E GOOD BEAUTIFUL i CASH USEFUL COMMISSIONS GIFTS OR

I. other commented with an emphatic beneath them. had held It across his body, arms wide 17 PC.Tea Sets.Metaltone Vanity Sets,Wrist
"Gents I"
'I the man called Birney Cried nod '' 'Nd here's hopln' he's a log A great roar went up, cries of en- spread. Now he swung the point upward WatchesSllverware,Clocks.Base Halls. ,etc.
: of famous
, : from his vantage point. "As chairman Sell only 12 boxes : WHITE HOUSE
rollln' rascal 'nd that. he dumps Mis couragement for the stranger, some and outward and as he ran the OLIVE OIL SALVE or BONESETIVE LAXA-
of the committee. I'm for TIVETONIC PILLS at 25o each.Matins your
, asking help !Ifl
1 I I, ther Brandon's bull 'nd thin drowns shouts of admonition for their townsman spinning log drew It back and tossed It order today TV o ship merchandlsesend us
the when sold-we ship alit FREE!
: him so I dol"! The Bull would have no cinchin toward shore. Tossed it high and far. Attoona money Products Co., DeptR, Altoona Penn.
n Others came up; greeted Stuart and this contest! sending with It his chance for a quick Trial boxes gather of thttt marvelous products
mailed you on receipt of SIc oath or ttamp
eyed him with true concern. Any could Now it was Elliott who started the and certain victory.

1- see that heavy sickness was on him. log, cautiously and slowly, watching The silence was that of amazement.

Birney was bending over the stran- DuvaLOn This was like letting a man you had

'' ger as he drew taut the laces of his the shore Blrd-Eje pranced up knocked down get to his feet and have SWEETENSour

river boots. and down, swinging his arms. another chance; this was opportunity

"Well, gents, we got one more to try "Duck him, Elliott !" he yelled "Duckth' handed to truculent Bull Duval on a Stomachby

for this prize money. Mister Bull silver platter. This was the sports. .
big chunk 1 Sure:) 'nd he needs hima
Duval, king of the Mad Wom'an, will bath !1" manship one read about And then chewing one or

IJ ( tiF I I now take on Mister Ben RHIott The smooth bole gathered momentum came an excited' clatter of tongues, Milnesia Wafers

Mr. Ben Elliott ofWhere'd you say swiftly and Elliott began to skip rising to an even greater roar. The more
you come from Elliott? outsider was through fooling, through
\ and dance, breaking the steady meas-
The stranger, so addressed, was heftIng ure of his run. As his weight came with trickery and through with strat-

a peavey judiciously. He turned and went Irregularly) upon the cedar egy. He was going to run- the' Bull
that good.nn tured smile on the spokesman
off his feet !
It. commenced to teeter, rousing Duval's -
and waved one hand in an indefinite feet to splash In nnklo-dpep wa Fast and faster spun the log. Spray

i but Inclusive sesture. from it drenched the men to their
ter. Again without warning:.;, the Bull
"Yonder, he said and grinned. knees rained behind them Into the
leaped. He went higher; I ihls time but ,
"Mr. Ben Elliott of Yonder will now pond. Elliott still kept his face turned
Instead .of driving his spikes Into the WNU-7 235MAKE
roll against Mr. Bull Duval for the far side of the log and stopping Its toward his opponent but the Bull, fists
grand prize of twenty-five bucks That
clenched arms widely extended, only
spin as he had done before, he drove ,
rope around the log marks the middle, them Into the near side, increasing watched Elliott from the tall of his
Elliott Stay on your own end, don'ttouch
rather than the momentum.
the other man and anything else eye.The log' was hissing In the water
"Got !I" Elliott cried b s
goes !I" you, big boy as T
Rigidity ran from the Bull's shoulders
I he, too, came down running and
As a helper used a pike pole to drag down his back. He was upright, now

the cedar with Duval upon It close, grinning. where Elliott was poised forward. And
Elliott stood still and surveyed his ad That was quick thinking Instantaneous -
his scowl was gone. His brows no
; r":., He Had Watched the Bull's Every versary. His glance held that light of action. To leap was simple; but to longer gathered but were upraised ; THEM HAPPYOne

r: Move good nature and did not linger long on determine the opponent's move and
his eyes w'ere wide open In the distressof bottle of 'DEAD SHOT' Dr.Peery's .
., the Bull's glowering countenance meet it with complacence and poise
fatigue and be breathed through his Vermifuge will save you
This committee's worked hard./ We got Rather, It. dwelt on his pants and the was another matter. To have comedown mouth.

a long program of sports for today but river boots, shedding water In oily to a stance, then, would have TO BE CONTINUED. money, time, anxiety, and in restore
the health of children case
:f this log-blrling's going to flop unless beads. After this, he looked Duval In flung the challenger to wet defeat. your

we get more contests I All these folks the eye and grinned broadly.A "Ah, th' big chunk av a Bull's goin' Riches in the Sand of Worms or Tapeworm.

've come to town more to see this sound like a reatn which la almost to get thut bath be needs !I" Bird-Eye Bahal, once the capital of Brazil, Dr.Peery's'DEAD SHOT Vermifuge

.' match than anything else on the cards a laugh ran through the crowd shrilled Into the roar. Is the great cocoa port of that country.
and what \'e we showed 'em? A likeable grin, that was good-natured, But this was only one man's enthusl- The state of the same name producesas l+T *waN11S IM TlIa MUMa., d

"Why, nothln'I" he answered his frank, fearless ; men take to a grin of 'asm, bis animosity for Duval finding much tobacco as Cuba. It pro

.. own question "We had two prelim- its kidney and on the instant Ben Elliott voice. The outcome was far from a duced the largest diamond ever found

I i', manes and a semi-final between the the stranger, had the crowd with certainty. Tincup knew that; and Ben -3,150 carats. Also, the sand Is so SOc a bottle at druggists or
winners of them matches. Then this him as against Bull Duval. said 'to be Elliott knew It as'well.. He-like' the full of minerals that it is worth $100a Fright's Pill Co., 100 Gold St., N.Y. City."J' .

final which was a Joke. There stands king of the river. town-was waiting for the king of the ton.


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There have been some heavy Chief among the criticisms of precautions, there Is little to fear Mr. and Mrs. Ivan VanHorn left
Clewiston News I shover8.'ednesday, a' driving rain Grey were his Interpretations of from the 'occasional severe storm, Sunday for Wisconsin, Washington,

I that beat things down considerably.And weather reports on hurricanes approachIng possibly once in 15 or 20 years, I D. C., and Oklahoma. They expectto '

Published every Friday In Clewiston, twice in the last two weeks, : the Florida coast. He which comes this way.DelrayBeach be. away a month. -' ,
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, I plenty of hall; one of the days on I News.ELECTHOLUX.
Inc. which we had hail here, there was I would report that "the Miami area
a slight "twister" on the other side I Is In no danger," leaving in doubt IS LATEST IN (

Keathley Bowden, Editor of the lake, near Okeechobee. what he meant by Miami area and KEROSENE REFRIGERATION A. T. LITTLE ,
Sunday there was another waterspout often giving the impression that he '
was Interested in Miami, only. OsteopathBy
of unusually long duration.
second class mall mat The Electrolux- kerosene-burning i]I
Entered as Florid-
The new system will give
There have been more waterspouts
1, 1927, at the Post refrigerator brings to the rural
ter han usual on the lake these past ians seven or more bulletins a day AppointmentLAKE
Office In Clewiston, Florida, under of two home the benefits of mechanical -
few months. As a rule, they are of in time of storms In place as same
the Act of March 3, 1897. rare occurence.At at present. Instead of all bulletins cal refrigeration as enjoyed by city HARBOR, FLORIDA

any rate, the weather has been coming from Washington, as in the I residents at a very low ,operatingcost
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. hurricane
will be three
and lots of folks
under fire recently,
and is designed as to leave
Advertising rates on application. so .
are starting their vacations as soon warning Orleans and centers San: Juan.Jacksonville Each, New will little opportunity for mechanical .:":NON NON. .N:NIN. .NON. .H.N.1.:N;'.i.:NIN. .%*.%.;..>:.*:>*.%*:
Devoted to the advancement and as possible. ?
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry I follow closely the path of the storm. breakdown, according to the Franklin :;: New and Used :_:
County. BETTER REPORTS Richard W. Gray, whose stay of 24 Hardware Company of Fort Mers :}'- X -x
ON HURRICANES years in Miami has given him unusual dealers in the Electrolux: re- ;: ;
experience in tropical storms frigerators in this territory.The 1
Florida's state census' -1,601,291, Richard W. Gray, government me- will have charge of the key stationat refrigerators are made in '1.. -"- .z'

by recent count.Congratulations. terologist at Miami, whose weather San Juan. several different sizes and in desigr I J.
predictions have been severely criticized Under the super-system, Floridians and appearance as well as performance _: GLADE is
to the seven in recent years, has been should have ample informationon are very similar to electrical re,
members of the 1935 graduatingclass. transferred to San Juan, Porto Rico. I approaching storms. They will frlgerators. They are air-cooled and I ::: FURNITURE COMPANY ::1_:
His transfer has been made not because have opportunity to "board up" and use no water and the kerosene storage -
of local criticism but becausehis to leave the path of the storm if tank Is large enough to hold a :: :::. '
Of- Belle Glade Florida _
"Georgia Drys
Headline says experience is considered invaluable they desire. Any house substantially week's supply of fuel. Operating 1 ,
ficially Win," but the wets will con- in the new super-system of hurricane built will withstand a tropical hur- costs are said to be as low in some y:i: Next Door To Theatre :yI ::
tinue unofficially as formerly. warnings being set up by the ricane. Shutters' wit protect win! instances. as 3 and a third cents a

federal government. !I dows from being broken. It we take day. -- I :.....................MIN N.N NINI ..NIN11. .
Next Tuesday it will be "Happy j.1. . . .:1 :N:NIIIINIIi. .X111

Birthdays" to the Dionne quintuplets. -
They will celebrate- their first ,'" '.. 1

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Hawthorne; is also the name of a

town near Gainesville, Florida, but From Multi' sot
Gulf's now comes a -
nobody even thinks of that wheh process 4
Hawthorne is in the"headlines. : ':

Truckloads of lucious-looking ':

watermelons have been seen the

past week or so. The price is still PREMIUM MOTOR ( OIL

high, so there aren't many local

, sales, but they make our mouths wa-
ter, just the same. ', )-:
"Lawrence of Arabia" is dead and } "
England has lost her most romantic >
figure of modern times. High and '
low, the British will mourn their ,, : "
hero, comparable to the affectionatehero
worship accorded to our Lind i $ '
bergh. ; :,.tVror x'r.., .:u.rr' sr"r'N. r.a .av rt li: fa: '.? '-' 'Y{'

Contradicting rumors that Roose- N k,-.- rr.W, '. ;ww..x. ? .,:?c: ,,n.,,.,,..:; '"r,". ..aw.-t r--'-,"--,--,-.;-%r,.: ;% Yp ''''l"a.., ri c', t}., "F}a .
bill v"e{M:. { ..y.x d fi vgyy .$'+'? {r.{.'}/j. : ..}.r yri %...x..* .
velt would veto the bonus as an y :} : }:.W
act of policy while secretly hoping itI

would pass Ever his veto, the pres-
ident read his veto message to Con-

gress in person, presenting his rea-
sons for his decision and requestingthat
august body to sustain his veto.

,FDR has the courage of his convictions -

apd never has" been discovered s? K V.M'S YdJ H rr
pussy-footing. More power to him.


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Graduation, school closing and r v,r rr
the weather vie for first place in the
community's attention this week.

Everyone agrees that the weather is ,
abomnible r r. +tvstM{ S'CTS' "ll., WJ. S v % l .
but commencement is an- +i },4.asJ; +' V ; :r' ;

other thing. Lots of fun, and the ex-.
citement of at least one bride .
among the" faculty: .members during i ., Newly-discovered refining principle puts With the new Gulf-lube you'll get. :,

the summer adds to the interest. I premium into better motor protection even during the
The Class ofw'35 held its class day qualities famous 25& .
longest, hottest summer runs. You'llTODAY _'
exercises in the school auditorium!

Friday morning, just a week ago. On i you can go into any Gulf Gulf has built a giant refinery unit get less wear, less carbon, less sludge. 3

Sunday evening the baccalaureate' and buy more motor oil to utilize a new refining process. It You'll save the cost of many a repair ;:,

sermon was given in the same hall. value for a quarter than ever before! is called the Multi-sol Process-and and carbon-cleaning bill. :'
Dr. Williams, always a favorite with
the students, faculty and parents, What, has happened? Just this gives Gulf Tube, the qualities of a premium "
certainly delivered a splendid ser- oil! Use Gulf Tube, and you will add less :' ,_

mon to the graduates, who gave him oil between drains. For the Multi-sol ,-;

rapt attention. One of the audience, This process employs solvents Process has stepped up Gulf-lube's already ; .' .
a lady who has been places and seen No other 25& motor oil opposite actions which act as chemical"policemen" '
high mileage !
things, said that she had never attended in the oil. They separate % to 250' ,

a nicer baccalaureate ser- gives you all thesequality the desirable from the undesirable : .
mon, with the possible exception of Try the new Gulf-lube today-only f'
points! parts of the oil. get rid of all the"mischiefmaking" ;', l.
one at Wellesly College a few years elements. 25c quart-at all Gulf dealers. Your :
ago. It was a splendid tribute to the : ,
1. It is Multi-sol processed. car will know it's a premium oil-but ',,:;
local school's exercises and to the Today, no other 25* motor oil in America ,. "
local minister who delivered the ser- 2. Its already high I mileage has been your pocketbook won't! '.;w
is this' !
stepped up 20% to 25%. refined by' process ""_
mon.Today -
is the final day of school. 3. Highly resistant to oxidation-noneludgiiig. And here's what this means to you. GULF REFINING CO. :}.
Father Finnegan is scheduled to extra long life. ,;
conduct the chapel exercises this -
4. It has a high viscosity index-thins
morning. And is -
tonight graduation.And .
out less under heat. easy
then it will all be over, exceptfor starting year-round. Thoroughly
the weary teachers, most of de-waxed.
whom will spend the next day or so, 1 THE '"
5. Forms far less carbon. .
packing ;their belongings, after a '.. '
feverish week of activities, examin- 6. High film strength-a pure NEW UJ.TLP'lJj : -
ations, grading papers and report mineral that Mill not corrode ;.' 'a's :
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cards. There'll be more of the gra- new alloy bearings. :s <%v:% \

duation and of the wedding next

School activities always brings to
the front the truly crying .need for a

school auditorium, and it is to be devoutly -

with adequate hoped that auditorium a new facilitieswill building You will find the new GULF-LUBE OIL and all other

soon be erected In Clewiston. '

equal As amount to the weather of enthusiasm, it rouses, against an GOOD GULF PRODUCTS AtSUGARLANIJ 1 : tl

instead of for. It has ben the sub- -

ject of many a complaint. It is hot, '
and I've not much patience with SERVICE STATION '
those who say: it isn't the tempera-
ture, so much as it is the humidity.
It's all weather and we've all been Glenn Etherton Prop. -
fussing about it. It's given us all a ,

severe case of spring fever, or rome-
thing else to call laziness. "

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I /HNHH. .NNNNNH..N.NNNNNNNNNNN. . . ... . .N4. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse, Miss jther, his motor starts more easily ,dreds of prominent, easily seen high-
A M.
? Bertha Gram of Moore Haven and I and quickly. J. COUSE t;
I : way posters. And Gulf dealers everywhere .
:=;: Personal Mention :: Mrs. V. Gram of Tampa, were guestsof "You can appreciate what this 1 1'I are preparing to share in this J :,

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Wednesday -i ,means because of better all-around I 'save your money' movement." Counselor and Attorney at Law ..;;;
.:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N H:N N:NIN:N N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:NI. evening. I'I performance, motor, repairs are ie- I '. Hopkins' Building

of Okeechobe duced. The driver can operate his
!- D. B. McCarthy -- I Wednesdajs and Saturdays
[16' was a business visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Stokes and I car much more economically. Theseare Most Dclicaie Dog 9:30 to 4:00 '
the latter's sister, Mrs. Thos. Glover not mere statements of opinion.
Ordin.Miily the Hussf.in! ,
C. J. Kirk of LaBelle was a business and Mrs B. W. Holder of Miami Engineers have tested and re-tested, : ; wffhoJlnd _4 ':
Is coiis::>!5ilred] a heart ,of the nth(1
visitor in, Clewiston yesterday.Miss spent the week-end here visitingMr. checked and re-checked Gulflube before northern "' ''''T.,,",;;:'' f '"" "",,,,",,,,,", .. _, "
wastes, hardy beyond nlan'endurance. $
and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer. permitting this new motor oil
1I00\' n'r. ll i is one of the .
Lillian Billyeu of Moore Haven to be placed on the market. You Wreck, 'Em
I : most delicate of the clogs. align1 f
was a visitor in Clewiston Satur- Mr. and W.. Digges and Every effort is, being made to acquaint changes In fempernUirp helm fiti! to I ,
day. children, Josephine and Billy, expectto motorists from Maine to Texas It. i We Flx'Em.
leave tomorrow for a ten days': I with the advantages of this premium -

! W. C. Owen and son Billy made visit with relatives in Washington, grade motor oil sold at 25c PAINTING BODY AND .fi .'

I a business trip to Tallahassee this, D. C. They are making the trip by per quart. One thousand leading FENDER WORK: :.

week. motor. newspapers will carry the message.It ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY \ .
will be broadcast over scores of REQUEST
Mr. and !Mrs. F. A. Dougherty of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Peterson returned radio stations. It will appear on hun- I
LaBelle were guests of friends here Sunday from a week's visit C.; E. STEBEL Done by An Expert I ,,'J l

Sunday. with relatives in Jacksonville. Mrs. Courteous Service I '

H. O. Peters, and daughter, LaDeen; Electrical Compacting Work Guaranteed. 4

Keathley Bowden spent several who had been visiting in Daytona L. B. MershonAGENT PHONE 2121 Prices R '\Sonable.'I.'J:
days in Tallahassee this week on Beach, returned with them.
business.Mr. I PAHOKEE, FLORIDA a

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beckemeyer, -' I PIONEERService ,::1 k
and Mrs. Roy Green of Belle and Agent for I ,.
Mrs. J. Phaff, Mrs. F. B. Dryer New York Life
Glade visited friends in Clewiston Miss Edna Dryer of LaBelle came "I GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS Station .

Tuesday. over Sunday evening to" attend the Insurance CompanyARCADIA RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES I BELLE GLADE' PHONE 10 '
-- baccalaureate exercises at the school
Wrecker Service at All Hours 1
L. O. Gravely, LaBelle attorney, building. FLORIDA I ,,
was a business visitor' in Clewiston ? ':
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Saturday. Among the Clewiston residents .',M. -i N

shopping in West Palm Beach Sat- ....:
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn of urday were Miss Mae Drew, Miss ,

Canal Point, spent the week-end in Eva Mae Greene, Miss Vilma --a I r'M

Clewiston.R. Rhodes, Mr. .and Mrs. ,M.V.. Bigg, I S
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G. B. Stanley and Joe Johnson. ;; :

Y. Patterson returned the first / ; ;. \ ;

\ of the week from a business trip to Rev. and Mrs. Nevin H. Schaaf of ,

If-'-'t/!''"- Tallahassee.Carl Coral Gables arrived ,in Clewistou

today to attend graduation exercises ..'.. 4i : ,,.
Johnson left yesterday for a of the local high school and to :
week's vacation, to be spent in visit their 'numerous friends here. 1 V r 4 \ 1 1I

: Jacksonville.Mr. Rev. Schaaf will deliver the addressto i:.. \ :,.

the graduating class tonight.Mr. I
and Mrs. C.' W. McDonald and ,. ; -- ,

L Sonny were shopping in West Palm and Mrs. Gordon Lollar, of : J /1 I""

Beach Tuesday. Muncie, Indiana, spent a few days 4 ',',
... r Lo
over the week-end in Clewiston, visiting p

H. N. Peterson and Miss Dixie:: Peterson Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McLure, Jr. -o }
;; D'e
II of Bayshore were recent visitors Mrs. McLure and Mrs. Loller are
in" Clewistoa. sisters. Mr. and Mrs. McLure and

Mr. and Mrs. Loller 'were sightseeing .. --
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Munroe and in Fort Myers Saturday. ... .. o a I ) ,- ,
air. and Mrs. C. E. Nail spent Sun- -

day in West Palm Beach. BRIDE-TO-BE HONORED WITH ... "

Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer and

Mrs. C. L. Downs were visitors in Miss Eva Mae Green, whose wedding ri: ,

West Palm, Beach Monday.Mr. to John B. Lane ,of Tampa will '

take place ,at an early',date, was honoree j ;,:::.-

and Mrs. James W. Bruce and' at a delightful shower given at

children ;Pent the week-end visit- the home of Mrs. R. Y. Patterson },, .

ing friends in Bartow. Monday afternoon. Friends of Miss ,:,;. ; "T

Green showered her with many lovely ,.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Garner of Miami and useful gifts. "j -
were guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. A lovely bouquet of7 yellow spring )*

F. Goodman Sunday. flowers was'presented ''to Miss Green, .-. -

and a similar bouquet in pastel ,

,,'.1".. Mr and; Mrs. J. A. Rumbley of shades was given to Mrs. C. J. Lov- <'h -

,/ CanalPp3nt visited Dr. and Mrs. J. vorn, a recent bride. Sandwiches ..,
W. Ezelle here Friday. cakes and punch were served to the ,':: :
guests. t- "
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The invitation list Included Miss: '
Dr. and Mrs. J. W Ezelle and, F. .: i,,: '
Vilma Rhodes, Miss Mae Drew, Miss
M. Wright made a business trip to ':
West Palm Beach Thursday. Elta Prewitt, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, :."C { : : : ; .

Miss Livonia Congdon, Miss Lucile _

Hampton, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Miss .
Mrs. Elsie Cothern Mrs.
R. M. =
Hare and R. J. Lee were visitors in Dorothy Lockhart, Mrs. Grover i : !i.-fZ: "' ',f ; J. -:
Poole, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. R. N. '- :
: West Palm Beach 'Wedensday. : --r : :
Smith, Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. : No dallgaltenfron-Iank holds =---= -.i : =-= ::
enough for rnek -:: -=
M. E. VonMach, Mrs. E. J. Rogero, a :-. __ :==='':=-= __ :
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., and ': :
Irs. J. W. Ezelle Mrs. A. O. Ward -
> Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner were visitors ; : = "- ,1
Miss Ulla Jacobsen, Mrs. E. L. -
',. in Fort "" :
,. Myers Wednesday. :::::
: Stewart, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. H.: : -
':' A. Bestor, :Mrs. J. A. McGeehee, Mis. j"'W-
Miss Lucille
Hampton spent the
Leah Spicer, Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs. z ,;:
week-end with her parents, Mr. and '
Roy Green, Mrs. J. A. Rumbley, Mrs. t
Mrs. Wade in LaBelle. "
Hampton C. J. Lovvorn, Mrs. K. S. McMullen, '1 ; .'....

1 Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger and son, Mrs. M. W Bigg, Mrs. F. M. Wright, ,J, ,l-' No moving parts to wear /
Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. H. J. B. .': or become noisy /
Clark, have returned from a visit

with relatives: -in--Fort--, -Lauderdale.Mrs. Scharnberg\I. H. CroucTi,, Mrs.and C.Mrs.H. Berner C. E. Miner., Mrs. : J :;T :' ;i ;' ;J j

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A. V. Southard and daughter, '
Eleanor, and Mrs. Ivey Pafford were ST. MARGARET MARY'S CHURCH ., r ; '::.:, iN :FIVE' GALLON FJS.L1KG
,CATHOLIC .: f ;:?;:;t:; .. : ;'.',;0,,,::'"
visitors in Belle Glade
yesterday. 'r i? .RUNS OUR ELECTROLUX'
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":. Miss Dorothea Yoder of Moore Father F. T. Finnegan, Pastor ';' 1. --- : <: : i9V;:: I t .
Haven has returned home after ..". Temperature regulator ;;,.:':;,' '" ;i-:>-", ",' .-: '..':.. ... ,"
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Confessions before Mass. ,; ,.
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visit of several days, with Mr. and Mass on Sunday Morning at, 8:30. '-'-"
Mrs. B. E. Nail,- Jr. Mass at St. Mary's.Church, Pa ; ,h -
; ,1' great news for every rural home! '
hokee at 10:30 Saves On Repairs, Tool
every Sunday -* Tho finest of modern refrigerators ,
Mrs. J. W. Adkins, Mrs. Mel Bass "People acting in a group can accomplish c, Electrolux-now operates on kerosene. It In Edition to its other vital advantages,
and Mrs. Mary Roberts of Moore that which no individual "i brings to the country the same perfect re- Electrolux's: freedom from moving parts means;
Haven were guests of Mrs. J. F. Mc- acting alone could ever hope to bring, frigeration'the same unfailing supply of ice a real saving,to you. For parts that move will
Lure Tuesday afternoon. about.-Franklin D. Roosevelt. cubes, that has made Elcctrolux the favorite wear. Electrolux has none to need repair!
for more than 500,000 modern city homes And no moving parts, either, to cause noiseand
.\ or become noisy!
Misses Marcia Avant and Ulla 'NEW 25c MOTOR OIL GIVES: I apartments. _
Modern Living at Its Finest!
Jacobsen visited Mrs. George Ter- MOTORISTS :MORE: FOR THEIR Costs Little To Run! ,
I rell and baby in the Belle Glade MONEY." SAYS GULF OFFICIAL Picture this beautiful refrigerator in your
' And remember: it brings you, as well, the home. American women themselves created
'I hospital
i Monday evening
, r famous Electrolu' economy! Owners report its smart design. It will! make any kitchen a
"Clewiston motorists can now their Electrolux running as little as 3/it happier place to work in. More important, it
''i Kim Kolstad, whose tonsils were buy a 25c oil that has been purgedof a_day. Think of it! will give your food fullest protectionfreeze .
j removed by a Pahokee physician practically all impurities," according ice cubes and delicious desserts for you, and .
; Sunday, is recuperating nicely. Kim to recent announcement. Simpler No Moving Parts! help you make crisp salads for only a few

i is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. "This has never been possible. It The reason for the amazing: economy of cents a day!

Kolstad.Mr. means' that without paying a pre- Electrolux is its utter simplicity. Like all '
riectrolux refrigerators; the kerosene model
T1us illustrated book-
3 mium price the car owner can buy LL
Mrs hrs no moving parts! The heat from a wick- Id interesting
and W. H. McDowney giving
oil which gives more mileage and I
less glow-type burner circulates tho simple
information about the Kerosene
have moved to Pahokee
where Mr. better lubrication whether the which is cooled
temperature refrigerant, by ordinary air Electrolux. Write for
" Q g; McDowney has accepted a position is high or low, than any .Flectrolux uses no water! Requires no daily your copy today. k1 <
with the McWIlliams Dredging attention. LL
other lubricant in that price range. __
Company. "The new and improved lubricantis I' ,u

, Gulflube Motor Oil, Multi-sol Pro- .. otbr
!, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen enter- cessed. It is refined by a new process -
tained with a dinner party Wednes- called the Multi-sol Process. By

day evening, the guests including introducing two solvents, practicallyall
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bruce, Mr. and impurities
are 'washed' out.
Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mr. and Mrs. G. Without any increase in cost, the Franklin Hal dwal'e CO ,
C. Poole and Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Pet- motorist gets more mileage. He }J..:... __ _
ers. Bridge was enjoyed by the group buys an oil which results in less car- IU '

following dinner. bon depopft! And regardless of wea- Forl Myers FloridaII .

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alp -fNE { v ES-BUT t I WAS TTUST I IN, Y Aur How po.H. I, + t : ,
I >r foUout' TALkING ;
LET Yerz SE To '{EZ: BE '
"kNOWIN'' rA' '

:ii- I 32P'ECiNCT LAST NIGHTHE / 'fA'p
Pa.ctr REALLY HAS HAD farmer was called up before' the 3
su1oN milk inspection board and a man in
shell-rimmed glasses asked: .
LUCK "What are you giving your'cows now O yrr
In the way of galactagogues
( "Wall," replied the farmer, "their sus- lJAi.. .
ll l ffrU I tenance is wholly vegetable origin,
rich in chlorophyll and opulent In buty-

raceous qualities.
'H--I 1, watcher feed yer cows?"

asked Shellrim. I ::
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"When 1 was a lad I was never '..,. ... ,' .,: ,,". fiitll.
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naughty like you.
>r "What was the matter with you, pa? ( (
Delicate or somethin'?"

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T.I Cause for Sorrow"Is
your poor husband gone?" asked If you're the type who loves simplicity -

the colored minister of an aged wom- without severity, you'll enjoya
an in his flock who had put on heavy house frock with shoulder tucks,
L mourning. released into fullness at the bust, anda
"Oh no, suh, he ain't dead," she fascinating scalloped surplice and
answered. sleeve trim. A single kick pleat provides "
"Then why are you wearing black the needed skirt fullness, and
I "Ca'se my old man, he's man sec- you will find that the seam leadingto
THE FEATHERHEADS .iSSr::: "." Important ond, you know, keeps naggln' an' both- it gives a slender appealance. The
erin' me so much Ah's gone Into dress is beautifully proportioned and
mournin' again foh mah fust husband." certain to fit correctly. Have yon
I FELIX HELP oWG- Aw wAlr-1! -Capper's Weekly. shopped for the season's silks,' cot- _
i ME WITH, Ttf EDISHES ) RI NT AWAX/ / tons and rayons yet The shops are

\- / wANT ToFINISH a Qualified teeming with most attractive prints

THIS"ALL Sergeant-Which of you have. read I to inspire your new wardrobe.
SYoRYyl books of polar exploration? 1 Pattern 0244 may be ordered only

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II I I yl ylI 1 have read Nansen's ''Through Night 44, 46 and 48. 'Size 3G requires \
I and Ice." yards 30-Inch fabric.
II I 1 1 'Sergeant-You are just the man. G'o SEND FIFTEEN CENTS in coinsor

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rWHAT r\ First Negro-Dat sho' is a handsome ,,
Complete diagrammed sew chart
lamp-post in front oh de post office. Included.
Second ditto-Sho'.is. You don't run
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1r Into one like dat ebery day.Pearson's -
Weekly. Pattern Department, 232 West Eighteenth -.
street. :New York. .

Home, Sweet Home

.. Teacher-Willie, give a definition of WHAT HE: LIKED
aN- So THB STORY is so VERY IS THIS ( I WANT 1o home. Proud Author-So glad you like
IMPORTANT THE IDEAL RUSH To SET Willie-Home is. where part of the my new play.: Was it better than
LET--ING FINISH family waits until the others are expected'I l
WAy4'y So I CA .J through with the car. Frank Friend-No; shorter.-
WE AfcENT5blM6 Stray Stories.

< ANY It's a Habit
OUCH --- J LMRADIO ;. Caller-May I speak to Mr. Bamm, Polished
.. I\ \tl the boxer, please?
I Young Man-She certainly is pol
1 a Mrs. Bamm-He ain't up yet. He ished-doncha think so?
!I never gets up before the stroke of ten. Girl Vriend-Yeah. Everything '

she says casts a reflection on some

G'Y Defined one. i
"Mother, I feel so 'cited!I"

"Excited, child I doubt if you know Demonstrations of Power
what excited '
means. "Much
shooting in Crimson
"Why, it's being In a hurry all over." Gulch?" asked the traveling man. pr

\ I Ir "Yes," answered Cactus Joe. "But fi"1L
BLOWN FUSE, It is mostly being done by the po- ---
lice. It begins to look like a policyof
L law and disorder"

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Counted the Buses WHO HAS THE CASH? a whole, this Is quite a nice room,
An old woman who had asked a Isn't It?"

policeman the best way to get to her "Yes, madam," he agreed, "but as a
destination was advised to take the bedroom it's no good." % <
412 bus. Later In the day the police. J rC I 141
man found her still standing in the You Miser!

same place. "I want to know," said the grim-

"What, haven't you got your bus faced woman, "how much money my t
yet?" he asked. husband drew out of the bank last

;" "It's all right, constable," said the week?" G C
cheerful old soul. "This one Is the "I cannot give you that Informa-
four hundredth, so It will only be 12 tion, madam," answered the man In ,Wlfey (during the spat)-1 wasn't
i busses from now."-Tit-Bits the anxious to
Magaa I
cage. marry you. refused you
"We don't ask who is the head of
zine. the family any more." "You're the paying teller, aren'tyou six times.
"No?" ?" Hubby-Yes, and then my luck gave

Sword and Plowshare"My "No. That's old stuff. NQw we ask "Yes, but I am not the telling teller." out. _

Idea," said Senator Sorghum, "Is who !Is the driver of the family car" Following
to turn swords Into plowshares." Not TumultuousWhen
"You have a large following7""I
:. "It's a fine Idea," said the constituent. You're Thinking of the Bounty Sambo returned from the pro have," 'answered Senator Sor ft

.-. "Honest toil is the great remedy." Fond Fatber-The man who marriesmy cession, his master said, "Well, was the ghum. "But there have been some low ?
\, "Yes. But there should be reciprocity daughter will win a prize. crowd tumultuous?" growls which make me wonder what E
( permitting the plowing under Young Man-That's a good Idea. Is "No sah," said Sambo. No sab, mas- the crowd will do with me If It
} of any remaining swords." It a cash prize or Just a cup or f' / ?Pathfinder Magazine. enough." I
Her Choice
r The children were talking about the Depends Upon ViewPointA Proceeding as Usual Judge-Guilty
or not
., seasons and the teacher asked differ London doctor touring In the provo "What do you Intend to do about Accused-Not guilty.
ent ones which season rhey liked best. inces had difficulty in obtaining suit your excessive taxes?" I Judge-Have
you ever been
"1 like spring best," volunteered able lodgings In a small town. "The usual thing," answered Farmer before? to prison -

Doris. "1 like It"best next to winter, One landlady, showing him a dingy porntossel. "Make a loud fuss and j Accused-No, this Is the first time I wY
summer and fall bedroom, remarked persuasive, "As then pay 'em." have stolen anything

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I'.......--- -------- New "Frontier" Made by BUSY WOMAN MAGISTRATE 'Overcame Her Nervousness"A
f fi
Colonization in AlaskaIt One of the busiest women magis- few years ago," writes Mrs
UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL trates in the world today Is the Charles Sivil, of Hartshorne, Okla.,
was in 1S90 that the director of "I was weak and run-down. It
Iyaloda or town mother, of Ibadan, seemed
). [n I the census noted the disappearanceof the largest negro city In Africa, who that nervousness was about to get
. SUNDAY MILL the frontier in the United States. -without"assistance-settles all the the best of me. My mother told me
tf.J Lesson Now, 45 :years later, the governmentis about Cardui and that is what I de-
dIsputes' of the dusky ladies of this
I cided
to take. After I
" seeking to re-establish the fron- began taking
1 By REV. P. B. FITZWATER, D I).. great metropolis.-Collier's Weekly. Cardui, my appetite was better. I
,. Member of F'aculty. Moody Bible CORN BUTTERMILK, tier In Alaska through a colonization -
Institute of Chicago, gained strength and was less ner
Western Nwpappr Union.. GOOD CHICK RATION project in the Matanuska val Dr. Pierce's Pellets are best for liTer, vous. By the time I had taken two
Approximately 200 families at "
/" ley. bowels and stomach. One little.Pellet fora bottles, I felt fine.
present on relief rolls in Michigan laxative-three for a cathartic.-Adv. First, better appetite and then '

.. v Lesson for May 26 Yellow Grain Makes Excel Minnesota and Wisconsin are to be more strength and a feeling of well-
I being! Thousands of
settled in Alaska under government History Proves It women testify
Cardui benefited them. If it does
THE LORD SUPPER lent Basis for Diet. supervision. The effect of revolution is to make benefit YOU consult. not .
1 The picture of these settlers clearIng many revolutionists reactionary.

LESSON TKXT Matthew 26:17-30; 1 Prepared by the United.-WNU States Service.Department a "promised land" for truck George .Bernard Shaw.
of Agriculture '
'.. Corinthians, 11:' 23-29.
-- GOLDEN TEXT-This do In remembrance Poultryraen have long known that gardening and dairy farming 'is nat

,. of me.-1 Corinthians 11:24. yellow corn makes an excellent basis urally attractive. The pioneering Can You Write One ?
PRIMARY TOPIC-The Supper Jesus A series' tradition is still and the Write for Particulars ,..
for the diet of chickens. long strong pres- DOWT NEGLECT MILTON WElL MUSIC co.
Gave JUNIOR His Friends.TOPIC-Why We: Have the of feeding experiments at the Beltsville ence of much unoccupied land In 54 W. Randolph !st. Chicago,111.

. Lord's Supper research center of the United States Alaska might seem to offer a sub- YOUR KIDNEYS! :

INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- Department of Agriculture has confirmed stantial opportunity for, relieving ,

IC-Why Observe the Lord's ADULT Supper TOP.? this opinion and has emphasizedthe economic conditions In thickly pop- IF 'your kidneys are not working !
IC-The Meaning of the Lord's Supper. point that poultrymen can hardlydo ulated sections of the country, just right and you suffer backache, [ LSSWA1Agents I

better than to feed yellow corn to as the old frontier did. But other dizziness, burning, scanty or too
frequent urination, swollen feet and
I. It Was Instituted by Christ (Matt growing chicks. Yellow corn requiresa experiments with colonization proj-
ankles feel lame stiff "all tired
'20:7-30): protein suspplement, and after trying ects suggest caution. The old American ; "'nntec1.-Money back guarantee loot .: :
out" .
use Doan's Pills. remedy. Itchy feet swollen sore, calloused, :.;;
1. The time of (I Cor. Ii ::23). It r(wide variety of sources of protein tha pioneer had certain dominant Thousands rely upon Doan's. cracked skin under toes. Nothing similaron .;
t market.Excluslve territories." MulMnCo,. ::
I. was on the night of the hetrayal of poultry specialists came to the conclUsion qualities that fitted him for frontier They are praised tho country over. Dept. F. 678 Eighth A>e.. New York ('ity. ,

Jesus just 'after the betrayer had been that nothing answers the purpose life.. including great hardiness and Get Doan's Pills today. For sale by l'. .

announced. better than dried buttermilk except enterprise. The question is whether all druggists. Big Hosier Chicks, leading varieties Reds, ; ;1
that when it is relatively high In' price similar qualities are' to be found Rocks. White iVl'andottes. S. L. Wyandotte ;
:' 2. The circumstances of (Matt, 26: PillS !:, Burt Orpingtons. Mottled Anconas 4
with the part of the dried buttermilk might well today among the men and women White O I '25
.I 2G). It was In connection s'ChPcWi3.7 glrnJh
be replaced by good quality meat available for this officially conducted Chicks S2.00: 60 ; { _
i eating of the I'assover. At the command 700. Prepaid. live arrival fniarantced "
j scraps or similar products. migration. Unless, they are, the Order today, thousands weekly. Prompt .
had made
of'Jesus the disciples
shipment. }'lorencf'.IIateher), Florence. Ala.
Some simple rations such as the doomed to fall-
: and while they very Alaska experiment Is 1'
. ready the Passover, :
one composed of five-eighths corn and .
: hiead and blessed ure.-Kansas City Star. .
were eating he took three-eighths dried buttermilk permitted FREE premiums of value and merit to :;.
'j it and gave to the disciples. NEW AGENTS-men and women. -'. : :!
] excellent growth and very good VICINE PRODUCTS CO.. :Memphis.: Tenn. ,:
Ii : f, .3. The elements used (v: 20). Bread, egg production when fed to birds with "Devil Was Sick, Etc. s ONLY ,.'::
\! : \ doubtless bread of the Pass Patient's Wife (in anteroom- "
tl! access to a grass range. Such a rationis For Sale-Peas. Soys. Velvet Beans, shelledor .I''t'
.; which was the He's better, doctor; he's cheating Millet, Pea "
\ over feast, and the cup practically balanced as regards"protein pod: Corn. Hay. Sorghum ,:
TUBES nuts Oats. Wheat. Rye. Truck or Cnrlots. J
again at solitaire. .
fruit of the vine.
vitamin D NUNN GA. =
s but requires as suppliedby GEO. C. PERRY :=

II. The Significance of the Lord's : 2 per cent of cod-liver oil when fed ':::_,.

t Supper (I Cor. 11 :2-t-2G; cf. Matt 20: -to birds confined without access to di- I '>

;/I 2G-2S:: ). rect sunlight. Also for chicks reared 54% MORE TRDI RUBBIR,

-I Jesus took natural and literal ele- without outdoor range, the ration ia

'' ments and made them to be symbols of greatly improved by the addition of
l/ ... ".his own body and blood. Just as our 10 per cent of rice bean. .
transformed into Addition of meat or fish meal
i "biead and drink scraps
.' ,., brain and brawn, becoming Integral increased the protein in the feed, and TO GIVE GREATEST TRACTION FOR EVERY FARM NEED
.1 -
parts of our bodies, so by means of young chickens made slightly greater

,""I i these symbols the communicant par- gains, but did, not' make more efficientuse YOU are using a tractor with steel'lug wheels, change over now to Firestone :

him and of the feed. The buttermilk IF
takes of Christ. We are in provides '
1 he is in us. a high-quality protein, and these Ground Grip Tires. If you,.are ordering new equipment, specify Firestone

'j'I 1. It is a memorial of the Lord I six years of feeding, tests showed that [Ground Grip Tires on your new tractor.

! (Luke 22:19). When he left the world 'when a reasonable per cent of proteinwas

,I he' left the bread and the cup by which fed,the quality was more importantthan Look at this amazing Super Traction Low Pressure Tire illustrated at the -

I the disciples would remember him. the quantity.For and read the steel wheels. '
right advantages over lug
avail farm flocks it would be possibleto many J
Every true disciple gladly
I I feed nothing but yellow corn and all
I himself of his the Lord.opportunity thus to remember the liquid buttermilk or skim milk the Firestone has constantly been the pioneer and leader in the development of

2. To show the Lord's sacrificial II birds would drink and still expect' very 1 balloon tires for farm equipment, and today 54% more rubber is used in the
good results in growth and egg production. .
t death (v. '26). Jesus Christ did not deeper, wider, flatter, self-cleaning tread, with higher, more rugged shoulders. '
die as a hero or as an example of un-

selfish devotion, but as a substitutionary This' thicker tread is held securely to the tire body because of the patented

I I ransom.. On the cross he made expiation How to Figure Pullets
: for sin. Firestone construction feature of two extra layers of Gum-Dipped cords directly
Problem for
o 3. It is a guarantee that our SILTS areforgiven :under the tread. This binds the ,. .
1 (Horn 4:25). Every poultrjman should plan to >

"It was the signet of the Son of God raise enough pullets to displace from Gum-Dipped cord body and the
60 to 70 per cent of his old flock each i'IRESTONE'
C Z' attached to redemption. more rugged tread together in one
the believer's year, says a writer in the Missouri GROUND GRIP
if!':.1 4. It symbolizes re- .
.,," ception of Christ (I Cor. 10:16). The Farmer. The number of old hens to inseparable unit. y V TRACTOR TIRES

I : I communicant thereby participates in be displaced should depend upon the Y h ,

: the body and blood of Christ, becom- quality of the old _birds. If the old Call on the nearest Firestone 1 O SAVE 25% IN FUELO

'-. ing a member of his body. stock Is of exceptional good quality, Service Store Firestone Tire Dealer DO 25% MORE WORK
forward look completed say from trapnested stock with pro PER DAY
5. It is a to a -
redempton (I Cor. '11:20). When duction records ranging between 200 or Implement Dealer today. Find O GIVE BETTER TRACTION

t. faith is exercised In Christ,' redemp- and 250 eggs each per year, it usually out about. the plan O DO NOT NEED CHAINS. '

f tion begins and its.completion will take pays to hold more of them th(!' easy payment O TRAVEL FASTER

place at the coming of Jesus ChristI second year, because each pullet( must :for equipping your tractor, truck s s: O RIDE EASIER I

:. ( Thess. 4:10. 17). The bread and be fed six months before she, begins with these Ground O WILL NOT PACK THE j
the cup' constitute the keepsake of the to earn her living, whereas the old or car new Grip SOIL -

I h Lord until he returns. These elements hens already have this six months be- Tires that give you Super ,Traction O REDUCE BREAKAGE ; ..
hind them and are ready to produce.If AND REPAIRS
t.,: possess not only a spiritual, but a for farm need. % e
tremendous psychological value, both the old hens are of ordinary quality, every PERMIT 'USE OF TRACTOR
more .of them should be displaced with .-.t, ON HIGHWAY -;
memorial 1 and as a prospect. ..
I as a Remember This .
I Participation pullets. I heavy, <' O CAN BE USED FOR .
III. Qualifications for ;"
It is a problem each spring to figure '' BELT WORK
E: In the Lord's Supper (I Cor. 11:27-29). Super-Tractiontread is guaranteed .. '" ,< '
f'; out how many eggs to set or how many r' ,x O RUBBER TIRES MAKE I r} .
1. A proper apprehension of its baby chicks to buy In order to rear a not to loosen from the tire body.. .. .,(b. .,. POSSIBLEYEAR.ROUND

,, meaning (v. 27). Dating and drinking certain number of pullets. A conserva under and all ; .,.' ...' TRACTOR USE ON THE F ,
.: unworthily primarily refers not to the any condItIons", othera'.a FARM f:
: tlve rule to follow is this: Five eggs ,..
.,.., demerit of the communicant, but the are usually required to produce one parts of t h. are fully '" '.;. 7.. .',' .. M.w.; .",' -\ ...-.,- .".".;':;--< r1W: *','.
failure to grasp the meaning and. importance mature puller, -and three baby chicksto .". ':., >> 'i t; :t1 ; { f'ti1
r t' I' I .,- of the ordinance. To engage guaranteed to give satisfaction.SPECIFY : "j *tfu ?$ ;ft) '
produce one mature pullet. This ,
r.: f. J" R}t
1 r thoughtlessly In this services to do allows for a reasonable mortality, culling FIRESTONE GROUND GRIP ';..... 1k.,"''\''.*.">.' "., x,-*_.,%t "..-rs.'';$-;,,i', < :' ",>,..; ;?i":>'",,
it unworthIly. Only a regenerated person and the roosters. If good quality TIRES, ON YOUR NEW TRACTOR, ,.. ,, > :;t11't; \ 'ST '
discern the Lord's body. Faith ". <' : ,\$ :.:
chicks are started and the }L ;
k c,' Christ's and *k JJT ** Listen to the Voice of J-irestone .'..............,u: ",', .ri; S ,
I *l;. in the Integrity of person brooder house under, rather than over, featuring Richard Crooks Gladys Swartbout, or

r work is essential. Anyone who does stocked, a better average thanthis Nelson Eddy-every Monday night over N. B. C.WEAP -

not believe in the absolute deity of can be had-this, coupled of course, Network .3iA Five Star Program i'IRmSTOm!: AUTO SUP> -LES

Christ and his vicarious atonement is with good management.

:: an unworthy communicant.
''rt, 2. Church membership (I Cor. ,11: A COMPLETE LSrJE OFFSKESTOftfE

18-22)). Christ's body is the Church, Set Good-Sized Eggs TSRBS ,

which Is composed of regenerated men Selection of hatching eggs for large ;
., I and women united to him as head and size must not be carried to an ex .'"
to each other as members' of that body treme. Farmers who do their own FOR EVERY CAR OWNER dplrf' '. ":.'i;,

by the Holy Spirit. hatching often make the mistake of r- ::
\ 3. Orderly walk;: Conduct which disqualifies keeping oversize eggs while. best results i FOR QUICK STARTS AND FOR BETTER
'/ for participation the Lord's ure to be had from eggs weighing .a .
? r : ..
supper is 20 to. 2S ounces to the dozen. ii POWER DUTY :'"'\
< a. Immoral conduct ((1 Cor. 5:1-13). liens hatched from such eggs should BATTERIES SPARK PLUGS LINING \
It is most perilous for one who Is guiltyof produce good-sized eggs that will

Immorality to approach the Lord's bring best market prices. Hens hatched Firestone Firestone Firestone -- j

table \l Cor. 11:30)). Sickness and from small eggs usually produce small CENTURYPAOCRE55 TYPE OLDFIELO TYPE COURIER TYPE I r FIRESTONE TIRE AND RUBBER ---I: i

death are often visited upon such. This eggs. The competition which Middle The sensation In Thetirethattauoht Fornewtiresatety I Dept. WNU-5 Farm Division-AKRON, OHIO I ,_
explains why some are mysteriouslytakon Western egg producers face In Eastern lire value for 1935. thrift to millions at a very low price. I I. ,

away in death.b. markets calls for larger eggs.-Prairie I Please send catalogs as checked I :;

heresy (Tit. 3:16; I John 4:23). Farmer. I TRACTOR TIRE D l PASSENGER CAR I :'.::
The one who does not believe In the y DATA BOOK I TIRE BOOKLET I RI
II I :
deity and incarnation of Christ Is a Washed Hatching Eggs O.K. I D 0 CATALOG I ./;

:"t heretic. Such should be excluded from ;, r. / I I farm-..--.......Acresf I own a--.---..Tractor : : to the
the Lord's table. According tests conducted by '. '
New South Wales ('Australia) department '4.\. I NAME.......;...;;;;.......;................................. I .
The who stirs strife
c. one up party .
(Rom. 1(j:17).Those who cause divisions of agriculture, washing hatchingeggs GET TODAY'S PRICES ON THESE TOES I, TOWN.......,;.............R.F.D..STATE............ J :f
did not affect hatchability. Dirty .--------------------
In the Church should also be ex. ;

eluded from the Lord's table. eggs and washed eggs hatched as wells

clean eggs, but dirty eggs increasethe

Freedom and TriumphTo possibility of Infection in the incu- :l

be gripped by an Iron-handed ne bator. If necessary to set dirty eggs,

cesslty from without is slavery; to be' therefore, it Is best to first wash them, F'ires'to'ne.s

borne along the path of duty by an although the safest measure is foundto

Inward force, which we would not resist be set only perfectly clean eggs,

If we could Is freedom, peace, trl that Is, eggs that are' clean but un
umph. washed. 1835 F.T. &R.Co.J' .

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I weigh from eight to ten tons each. Tracts 1 to 10 Inclusive 12, 13, 22 to if the said Robert J. Olsen be mar- Notice be published once a week for
38 inclusive 41. 42, 49. 50. 53. 54, 55. ried then wife in the Clew-
NEWS to Olsen, his four consecutive weeks
The dredge is moved by means 56, 61 to 92 inclusive 105 106. 107.
hun- 111. 113 to 118 Inclusive in Section whose given name and residence are iston News, a newspaper of general
takes cut of two
spuds and a 12; All of Sections 14 and 20; Tracts unknown, and in the event such- circulation in Hendry County.
dred feet. All dredges used are hy- 1 to 8 Inclusive. 14 to 42 inclusive,
45 to 72 Inclusive 75, 76. 77. 81 to -Olsen, wife of Robert J. Olsen, Done and Ordered at LaBelle,
COMMENCEMENTThe diaulic. The General is privately 86 inclusive 83: tb 100 inclusive, 105 be dead, then to all persons unknown Florida, this 1st day of May, 1935. ,
owned. but it is leased by the gov- to 109 inclusive. 113 to 128 inclusive HULL =:
in Section 22; All of Section 24; to the Plaintiff whose names: (SEAL) WILLIAM T. --V
following Class Day programwas ernment. Tracts 1 to 46 Inclusive 49 51 to and places of residence are also un- Clerk Circuit Court. \.

given in chapel Friday morn- There are five hurricane gates. 95 64 inclusive 96 97, 93, 69, 101 to 91 to 125 inclusive.inclusivein 94, known, having or claiming an inter- Louis O. Gravely,

ing. The first is located at Moore Haven. Section 28; and all of Sections 30 est in the property below describedby Solicitor for Complainant.No. .

Processional. and Is a combination of lock and and 32 in Township 45 South, Range through or under said -.- 59-May 3-10-17-24-31, 1935
35 East
Greetings-Merrill Lowe. gate. The second, at Clewiston on S"'a! of: Section 23 and all of Sec- Olsen, either as heirs, devisees,
tions 27 35 and 36 in Township 42 grantees or otherwise:
Class History-Evelyn Hare. the Industrial canal, the third at South Range 37 East; You and each of
you are hereby .
All of Sections 3, 11, 13 15 23.
I the
Brantley. Lake Harbor at the entrance to
Class Poem-Pearl 25, 27 and W/2 of Section 29. and commanded to be and appear at the TAX DEED ,
Senior Class Song-Tune: StarDust Miami Canal, the fourth at Belle all of Section 35 In Township 43 Court House in LaBelle, Hendry

.) Glade on North Hillsborough Can- South.All of Range Sections 37 22 East, 23;, 25, 26( 27, 34, County, Florida, in the office of the i Notice is hereby given, that Foster

Class Prophecy-Emma Bethea. I al, the fifth, at Canal Point on the 35 and 36 in Township 41 South Clerk of said Court on Monday, the Meredith, holder of Tax CertificateNo.

Bestor. Palm Beach Canal. The depth of the Range 38 East; 3rd. day of June, 1935, then and
Class Will-George SAVING AND EXCEPTING the 1400, 5 day of Sept. A. D. 1932,
Recessional.BACCALAUREATESERMON. water in the lock is eleven feet. It lands heretofore released from the there to file your written appear- has filed said certificate in office '
I I lien, operation and effect of the my
ance, (personally or by attorney)
thirty-six feet above sea level. The for
Is said mortgage, which lands are particularly and made application tax
and thereafter to file with
I said Clerk
I I two gates weigh one hundred tons described in the said bill deed to issue thereon in accordancewith
of complaint and in the Instru- your written defenses, if any, to the
each and are called sector gates. ments of partial release executed by law. Said certificate em-
HIGH SCHOOL. AUDITORIUM. I Bill of Complaint in said suit at the
the plaintiff dated September 20, braces the following described
the only that be
are type can i
Sunday Evening, May 19. 1929. and recorded in Mortgage time prescribed by law, which said
opened or closed against a head of Satisfaction Book 62; at page 392, of Bill of Complaint was filed erty situated in Hendry County,
the Public Records of Palm Beach : Florida, to-wit: -
Processional. .- water. County, Florida and dated March herein by 'Vel I sR o y a l \ Lot 12 Block 405 Clewiston.
The levee is twenty-four feet a- 24, 1932 and recorded in Mortgage Lumber Company for the pur- ,
Invocation-Father Finnegan. Satisfaction Book 69, at page 128, The assessment of said property
Hymn. bove the ground and is fifteen feet of the Public Records of Palm Beach pose of establishing and foreclosinga
under the said certificate issued
wide at the top. When completed it County, Florida, and dated Decem- lien for materials furnished in the -
Announcements. ber 24, 1932 and recorded in Mort- was in the name of John W. Meyers.!
Anthem-"The Heavens Re- will cover a distance of seventyfivemiles gage Satisfaction Book 71, at page construction of certain buildings on Unless said certificate shall be
62 of the Public Records of Palm the following described lands in
of which at present
sixty are
sound"-Choir. Beach County. Florida and In Mortgage redeemed according to law, tax
Baccalaureate Sermon-Dr. D. completed. I Satisfaction Book, 2, at page Hendry County, Florida, to-wit: deed will issue thereon on the 4th
-- 53 of the Public Records of Hendry Lots 13 and 17 of Block 385,
Jenkins Williams. Retaining levees are built ahead County, Florida; and in the City or Townsite of day of June, A. D. 1935.

of the main levee._ They drain the I SAVING AND EXCEPTING the Dated this 3rd day. of May, A. D.
Hymn. right of way of the Atlantic Coast Clewiston, Florida, as per recorded 1935.
Benediction-Father Finnegan. water and retain the solid material Line Railroad Company, as locatedIn
would be washed Section 26 and Section 36, Town- maps and plats thereof.It (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
Recessional. which otherwise 1 ship 43 South, Range 37 East in
is further ordered that this No- Clerk Circuit Court
back into the channel.. Hendry County, Florida and also
two parcels of land in Section 2, tice be published in the Clewiston County, Florida.No. .
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES The navigation channel is two I Township 44 South, Range 35 East, 58. May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. '
hundred feet wide and twenty feet in Palm Beach County, Florida, the News, a newspaper of general circulation -
SCHOOL. ANDITORIUM. title to which lands Is vested in
24 deep. This channel will be of great Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com- published at Clewiston,
Friday Evening, May
value a means of exporting our'I pany, a more particular descriptionof Florida, once a week for four con- 1..4' .
as the said lands being set forth In secutive weeks to June 3 1935. :":": :":":": :":": :":":":'1":":":": :":"
abundant supply of farm products. the final decree of foreclosure on prior ,
Processional. j file in the office of the Clerk of the DONE AND ORDERED at La- I
N. H. Schaaf. The project will assure safety Circuit Court of 4\
Invocation-Rev. Hendry County Belle, Hendry County, Florida, this
from the tropical hurricanes, thus Florida to 'which decree referenceis
gong.-America, The, Beautiful. I' hereby made to satisfy said decree the 6th day of April, A. D., 1935.
Announcements. encouraging and influencing the and all costs. (OFFICIAL SEAL AFFIXED) Good FarmLand

Song-Shubert's Serenade, Choir people to make permanent homes in ALLEN CLEMENTS, W. T. HULL,
Special Mi**" in ,
Merle Wynn. this very fertile area. Chancery I As Clerk of the Circuit
Salutatory-Lily EVANS MKRSHON!: & SAWYER,
First National Bank Court, Hendry County,
Violin Solo-Lawson Jones. \ ----- Building,
(Ed. Note-Owing to lack of Miami. Florida.SOLICITORS Florida.A .
Baccalaureate Address-R e v.
Nevin H. Schaaf.ValedictoryBilly. space in this issue, the second place May 10, 17. 24. 31. true copy.ATTEST I ,i

essay will be published in nextweek's :
W. T. HULL, Rent
issue of the News.)
Awarding of Diplomas and Certificates \ .As Clerk of Said Court.
-Mr. M. E. VonMach. ; J. M. COUSE, Clewiston, Florida.
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
Awarding of Legion .
No. 57-May 3-10-17-24-31, 1935 -
Medals-Mr. Francis H. Wright. COUNTY.

Benediction_ -Father Finnegan. Highlights on the Annual Con- IN CHANCEL H

Recessional. vention of the National Congress of I
Parent and Teachers was given be- WELLS-ROYAL LUMBER ) In the Circuit Court, Twelfth Judicial i.

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS fore the last meeting of the local COMPANY, ) Circuit of Florida, In and For

ENJOY. F.-T. A. PARTY P.-T. A. by Mrs. E. W. Digges and Plaintiff, Hendry County In Chancery.R. '. TrespassersWill

Miss Mae Drew, local delegates.The VS. ) \ 1

(Omitted Last Week) theme for the national convention LAURA N. HOLDSWORTH, ) E. Smiley, ) Be

A cleverly original party that was as chosen by Mrs. Lang-, ET AL., ) Complainant)

greatly enjoyed by the high school worthy, national president, was Defendants. ) Vs. ) Prosecuted

students was the "Bug Party" givento "The home-the index to national, ) Annie Smiley, )
Miss Rhodes' room, including the life."
9th through the 12th grades by the More than 900 delegates were
appearing by the affidavit appended -
Parent-Teacher association. present at the sessions and receiA'ed ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIN
/ to the Bill of Complaint in

The party was the award givento much information and inspiration to the above entitled cause that the defendant -

the home-room having the largest guide them in the work of the state THE NAME OF THE STATE OF Annie Smiley, is a resident

percentage of parents attending P.- and local groups next year. ''I FLORIDA, GREETINGS: of Savannah, Chatham County, Geor- I

T. A. meetings for the second half i Among the worthwhile conferences To Leonard O. Holdsworth, whose gia, and that she is over the age of The

of the current year.A presented to :delegates were: address is 530 Diversey Boulevard, 21 years and that there is no person

program of stunts included: 1. The city council program of Chicago, Illinois; and to Robert J. I within the state of Florida the service -

What Bug Am I, Bugs In Barnyard, service. 2. Enrichment of the pro Olsen, whose residence is unknownif I of a summons in chancery on Clewiston 'f
living, and if dead, against all 'whom would bind the said defend-
Bugs Hunt Ford, Bugs Divide Food, gram. 3. Modern trends in publicity.
persons unknown to the Plaintiff, I ant, it is thereupon ordered that the
Answer Write 4. Character education. 5. School Company
Bugs Questions, Bugs :
and whose names and places of resi- said defendant be and appear to the
Telegrams, Bugs Play Cootie, and education. 6. Student aid. 7. Recre- I
dence also are unknown, having or said Bill of Complaint on or before

the popular Bugs Eat. ation and home life. 8. Safety. 9. claiming any interest in the property ; the 6th day of May, 1935, other- I IV

Refreshments were in charge of Publications. 10. Rural service. 11. below described by, through or wise same will proceed ex parte.

Mts. A_ O. Ward, assisted by a com- The Summer Round-Up of Children.The under the said Robert J. Olsen, and : It Is Further Ordered,_ that this, V

mittee of P.-T. A. members. national president impressedupon

Attending were G. B. Stanley, Mr. all attending delegates and .

....-, and Mrs. B. E. Herring, Misses visitors the fact that "the home is s ""

Dorothy Lockhart and Mae Drew, the well spring of security 'and as ,: i: ::

Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. Fred Gary, I such is something we must all work .. 1:1 FOR ALE .. ..

Mrs. Ivan Van Horn, Althea Ford, I for and not take for granted." -y:- : .. .%.

" Florine Moore, Katherine Wiandt' -. '. .s.

Pearl Brantley, Mildred Ward, Mar- :_: : Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment t*: *

Katherine Russ James
garet Gary, ,
Winn, Jack Wynn, Gladys and Ethel
Willis, Jimmy Hall, Dorothy Hare, -- :: :;: :i: :i:

Jim and Bob Beardsley, Vincent I y y ?
Oglesby, Bobby Patterson, Dorothyand YY v

Emma Bethea, Jimmy Harrington NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that: the 1 YY'i' .%. .%. .!.

Lily Wynn, George Bestor, Billy undersigned Special Master In Chancery YY YY !' } x sw :' 'i

Cowart, Helen Simmons, Louise by virtue cf the final decree of Y

Bussey and Jack Moorman. foreclosure entered In that certain cause YXX M ;,.
pending In the Circuit Court of the
Twelfth Judicial Circuit of Florida in '
and for Hendry County In Chancery, r' xx
The Levee Essays- wherein Central Farmers' Trust Company .vv. .. :' r
: :
a corporation as Trustee. Is f; .. .:. /.
plaintiff and The Southern Sugar Company Y I 4I r
a corporation et al, are defendants ::: :: ; + .. rXX --:
(Continued from page one.) will on Monday, June 3. 1935. be- ; ;
tween the hours of eleven o'clock A.
of water per minute. The average M, and two o'clock. P M:. at the front I
pump pumps only one hundred gal- door of the County Court House In La- x: ( \
Belle. Florida offer for sale and sell at ; tf
I .. .. \r4s .
lons of water minute. : 0
per public outcry to the highest and best 'l( I %
The two draglines, the Marion bidder for cash the following describedreal v X ,
property to-wit: : % %
and the Monighan, were in action. IN HENDRY COUNTY. FLORIDAAll -:'

The Marion has a one hundred fifty: of Sections 12, 14 And 22 In f X.
Township 44 South Range 33 East: .. .
foot boom and a six or seven yard .'i'. .%. .z.,0%
__ Fractional Section 13, Fractional ,..'
bucket. The Monighan has a one Section 23 North of the old Meander IL
Line of Lake Okeechobce, all of Vvv
hundred thirty five foot boom anda
Sections 24, 25, 26 and 36, In Town- f '5'.S:_ _
five yard bucket. These draglines ship 43 South, Range 34 East; Xy
All of Sections: 2. 7 (except the .z. .Y.
dig' the soil from the channel. On .. i .F Nwe %
SE>'4 Of SE/4). 8, 10 12_ 14. 15, 18. I
, top of the levee is a grader which 19. 20. 22. 23, 24, 26, 27, 28. 30, 31, 32. f
: the 34 and 35 In Township 44 South. XyY
f' puts finishing touches to the le- Range 34 East; '

vee. The grader has a one hundred All 'of Sections 2. 3, 7. 8, 11, 12,
14. 15 and 18. In Township 45 South, f
t',' foot boom and a three yard bucket. Range 34 East. S 5''I' V
(, Huge lighters are used for hauling IN PALM BEACH COUNTY. FLORIDAAll r .A ,4 2 Y Y

machinery and cost approximately that part of Section 2 West Yy Y
of Miami Canal except the West Half Y
twenty thousand dollars each. of the Northwest Quarter: All of 'z' .'.

The largest of the dredges is the Sections 4. 6. 7, 8. 10 12, 14, 18, 19, y y
20. 22 and 24; Tracts 2 to 16 inclusive I y
i General which draws eight feet of and 19 to 128 Inclusive In y
I Section 26; Tracts 1 to 64 Incluslvo; y v .
water and has a twenty-two inch 77 to 85 Inclusive; 90, 91. 92. 101 to
pipe. The Gulfport has a twenty-inch 104 Inclusive, 109 to 114 Inclusive, : i. i

j pipe. These pipes lead from the huge and tions 126 30.In 31 Section and 32;28 Tract: All of 17 Sec 18 r!: Pay The Balance Like Rent-- n

pump on the dredge to the levee 31, 32, 33 to 44 Inclusive 55 5'). 50( tI
to 64 Inclusive. 70 to 74 Inclusive,
where it deposits the rock and solid 85 to 91. Inclusive. 108. 117 In Sec- :;: :;: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :;: :;:
tion 34 In Township 44 South
material which is mixed with water. Range 35 East; :: :;: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :;
I ::
The great pump has a fifteen hun Tracts 1, 16, 17. 18. 21, 32 37. 45
16, 47, 48 81. 82. 83, 109 and 110 in '
/! dred horse power motor. It pumps Section 4; Tracts 1 to 56 Inclusive.

I approximately ten thousand cubic 59. 60. 63 to 92 Inclusive, 95 to 98 'n Clewiston Home '
inclusive. 101 to 128 Inclusive In Building Association Ii
yards of solid material per day. The Section 6; Tracts 5 to 24 Inclusive

velocity Is twelve feet to the second. 29 to 36 Inclusive, 41 to 56 Inclusive ..
61 to 63 Inclusive 73 to 88 Inclusive,
Large cutters cut the rock and mix ICO to 103 Inclusive, 109 to 118 Inclusive { :.+s:_ PHONE 102 :!: ::1_:

119 to 124 inclusive In Section 'i' .:. .:.,
$It \\1t1t IQll 'nd.w ttr. They
t }
Ui; Th$ West half of Section OJ; i II rJ _



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