The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00530
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00530
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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INJURIES FATAL TO First Section of River '''REP., E. L. STEWART I Tax Adjustment Board MOTORCADE FROM ;

Work is AdvertisedThe Meets For First TimeThe


U. S. Engineer office of Jack- Hendry County Tax Adjust-

CAR LAST WEEKBarbara sonville has advertised for bids on SESSION ACTIVITIESRepresentative ment Board composed of the mem- LAKE ON TUESDAYA

the first section of the Caloosahat- bers of the Board of County Com-

chee work. Bids will be opened, and missioners, the tax assessor and the

Louise Hudson, known contract awarded on June 18th. Elbert L. Stewart ,clerk of the circuit court held its motorcade of between seventy i
I I first meeting Tuesday since the for- and eighty cars containing an aver-
Affectionately to everyone by the This section is a stretch of 8,66 returned Tuesday from Tallahassee *
name of "Bobbie" died at 10:15 miles in length between Fort Myers I where he has been working in the mation of the boards by the legis- age of three people from West;

Sunday evening In the Moore Haven and what is known as the Thompson interests of Hendry county duringthe lature a few weeks ago. Two cases Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Stuart
I were handled and settled, one of Vero Beach, Fort Lauderdale and
cut-off. This stretch was erroneously the ;
emergency hospital as the result of sixty day session of legislature -
them being a claim of C. J. Kirk of other East Coast towns arrived in
reported in this, paper last weekas *
Injuries received last Tuesday afternoon I which closed early Monday
"'".when struck by a car drivenby being three and a half miles in I,morning.Mr. LaBelle and the other of Deputy Clewiston at three thirty Tuesday '

Dick Small 'in front of the Hay length. This is Section 4 of the Okee- Stewart expresses the belief Sheriff McCall. A settlement was afternoon after a tour of the federat j
chobee-Caloosahatchee project and made for fifty percent. flood control project between Canal !
Building. I that, in spite of the long delays and
The board met following Point and Clewiston., motorcado
Its westward end Is approximately adjustment The ;
haranguing on important legislative
before dark
The accident occurred
500 feet below the Edison bridge In --the regular session of the boardof was sponsored by the Rotary Club '
matters, that the 1935 session was I'
Bobble with
:. on Tuesday: evening as / Fort Myors. i a most successful one. In submittingthe county commissioners, the 'board's of West Palm Beach and members

a group of other children was play- The advertisement calls for the removal report of legislative activities work for the day being confined of the Pahokee Rotary club and th* !
Ing on the street in'front of the to routine business. Clewiston Kiwanis 'club with Lieut,
of approximately 1,190,000 largely !
which follows he modestly omits the
where live. Witnessesof
building they Payment of bills was held up R. Selee and Lieut. W. H. Mills act- !
yards of dirt and is described as be- : part he had in passing matters of
that the
the accident stated pending receipt of the county's shareof ing as hosts. J
ing comparatively easy digging.
'! legislation, confining report -
to allow the to
ren had parted car
Bids are expected to run in the almost entirely to general laws, the race track funds the second The hurricane gate here being I
'I pass but for some reason Bobbie ran allotment which Is due but has
neighborhood of $125,000. Work easiest of access and being entirely :
which he, as a member of the house
; directly Into the path of the car, not been received. These funds, bya -\
must start within thirty days after assisted in passing. Fellow repre- completed including levee on each. ;
had been
for ball that
presumably a
the contract Is awarded. sentatives from neighboring coun- recent act of the legislature, all side was picked as the most feasiblefor

thrown. She was knocked to ground Present plans call for the entire ties, however, state that Mr. Stewart come to county board instead of be- a demonstration. Here the vis- :

I with a great force but there were river project to be underway by win- worked faithfully in representinghis ing halved with the school boardas itors climbed to the top of the gate !
Ji no broken bones in the limbs) or
ter. The money is appropriated and county and the Everglades sec- formerly.Of and were entertained by diving exhibitions -
body or marks to Indicate that the
I .- as soon as the question of labor special interest was a reportof of local boys as the gates I
.." wheels of the car passed over her.
I. and rushed to under the new work relief plan Is tion.The report of activities is as follows offerings on Hendry county were swung slowly into an emergency I
She was picked:
settled it is believed that the other : bonds. The only offering made was position. The demonstration j
f the local hospital. Dr. Schiffli could I
two sections will be advertised and "As a representative from Hendry for one hundred cents on the dollar showed the visitors that they maybe I j
not be located so ,she was taken on
to the Moore Haven hospital, where(Ilet as soon as possible.Motorcade, County during the 1935 session of plus interest. This series of bonds closed or opened.against any head ;
mature in ten years. of water and that operated by one, !
she had been confined for treatment the state legislature I feel justifiedin 1
Planned making a brief statement con- man may be swung into position i
: of a leg injury only a few weeks beI By
I I; cerning some of the major legisla- Engineers Defeat less than ten minutes. i

fore.Dr. Valley ResidentsD. tion passed during the session. During the demonstration of tha
'I E. R. Morlan, hospital physi- I
"First and most important we Wauchula Team 6-rO opening and closing of the lock I
cian at Moore Haven found that the
undertook and I believe, provided .', gates here Charles R. Pozljy, of
i skull had been fractured and although I
there were 'several bruises G. Alston, chairman of the I! the necessary revenue for the aid of West Palm Beach, fell from the

board of county commissioners was the public free schools of the state. The Clewiston-Engineers continued concrete ramp of the sate about six
and lacerations the skull injury was
the only severe one. Although Dr. advised by telephone Tuesday by W. "We provided for a constitutional their string of wins by blanking, feet into the Industrial Canal. A

Morlrli reported just before press P. Franklin of Fort Myers, that amendment to be voted upon by the the Wauchula; team 6 to 0 on the lat- veteran life saver, Gus Jordahn, also

I plans are underway for the forma- people of the state to allow the state ter's diamond Sunday afternoon. of West Palm Beach, immediatelywent
time last week that the child was do-
Ing as well as could be expected he I tion of a motorcade to visit the Lake government to pay old age pensions.' Walker, on the mound for the En- to his aid and Moth were pick-
"We passed the long needed work- ed by a government lauch almost -
also stated that it was impossible to Okeechobee flood control project on gineers, was complete master of ev- up

determine the extent of such an injury -1 July Fourth, the group to be composed man's compensation act which so ery situation, and backed by good : immediately. Pozijy was unin-

'ri I for at least four days. On Fri- I of residents of the Caloosa- many of the progressive states already support, 'allowed only one man to jured and attributes the faU to the

day night her condition made a i hatchee River valley in the counties have. reach third base safely, and only two giving way of a leg whieh was injured -
1 change for the worse and her of Hendry Lee and Glades. "We passed what is considered men to reach second. Walker gave recently.

strength gradually failed until her I Mr. Franklin, who for many years the most beneficial citrus control up three scattered hits, walked none Traffic was handled by a police.*

death Sunday night. She was partially -J I has worked assiduously in ,the pro- law in the United States. We also and struck out, 11. I motorcycle escort from West Palm

; conscious until a couple of hours 1 motion of the cross-state canal viai amended several state. laws to con- In the' first inning, Hooks, lead:,Beach, Palm Beach and Lake Worth

J before her death.. I i the Caloosahatchee, Lake Okeecho- form with federal laws in order that off for the locals, was safe on an' and'Sheriff J. T. Lawrence of Palm

JI Bobbie ,was the daughter of Mr. bee and the St. Lucie canal, predicts the citizens, business establishments. error, went to second on Walker's'hit Beach county.

and Mrs. W. E. Hudson, and was that there will be at least a hun- cities, counties and other bonded was advanced by Cruze, and' The group assembled shortly be-

nine years of age. Besides her par- dred cars make the trip. Working districts could negotiate with the scored on Baker's double ahead of fore noon at Canal Point where they

ents she is survived by one brother, through the county boards of the federal government for relief. Walker. One other run was tallied ] viewed from Connor's Highway I

,- Edgar, 11 years of age. i three counties and the newspapershe "We passed the Everglades Fire in the second when Clark hit, ad-I bridge the hurricane gate at the II

.I'. The body was prepared for burial hopes to encourage interest in Control bill which carries a state- I vanced pn errors, and Hooks.hit, and i j mouth of the Palm Beach cana.1,
) the venture and make the motorcade wide appropriation for fire control I
by the Everglades Funeral Home of scored on an error. The fourth Inning i Here too: was demonstrated by

Pahokee and was shfpped to Moul- as' large as possible.It work in 'the Everglades Drainage gave the locals two more runs, j members of the Army Amateur radiQ I

trIe Ga., Monday evening for inter- is planned that an ,oldfashionI District. This bill differs from form- by Hooks and Walker, when Hooks system their portable short wave radio -

( ment. I I picnic lunch be spread under the er laws In that it provides for the I singled, was sacrificed to second by unit which is to be used in n, I

trees on the ridge, each family or use of prisoners and prison farm Walker, who was safe 'at first ad-I chain of forty stations to protect

Millie Dow Geiger I group bringing its own basket of equipment and carries a $50,000 van ed by Moore and scored- Walker residents during a: storm period. The

: i food.Mr. state appropriation. Other bills have scored on an error. In the fifth, set kept in constant communication

Is Drowned SaturdayMillie Alston, heartily in'favor of provided for 'all funds to be raised McLendon connected for a circuit with other stations' in the chain in

the undertaking, has agreed to furn- within the district. blow for the last run of the game. tests typical of those which will bo

Dow' Geiger, 9-year old son ish ice water and possibly coffee to "I apppreciate the opportunity of This is Clewiston's, third victoryover experienced during. storm periods. I I

the visitors and has made arrange- serving Hendry county as Represen. teams entered Into a west coast I j From Canal Point the visitors I
of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Geiger of
ments with Lieut. Richardson Selee, tative and hope that as far as pos league. Sarasota bowed to the on-| were accompanied on the tour by
Canal Point was drowned Saturday
In charge of the U. S. Engineer sub- sible I have carried out the wishesof slought of the Clewiston team in Lieut. Selee and Lieut. Mills, who
L afternoon after three o'clock
shortly office here, to escort the visitors over the citizenship of the county." Sarasota by a score of 6-5 last with other U. S. Engineers explained j
[ In the Palm Beach canal which runs
I', I the project. Although definite details Thursday.. the various phases of the work by
In front of the Geiger home ]
[ have as yet not been workedout LineupsClewistonEngineersHooks means of a loud-speaker truck which
1I11Iie.Dow. was fishing with a 7- !
it Is believed that after an inspection had been donated for the occasftm: I
year old negro playmate and an old- : HENDRY REMAINS INI : 2b;
of the levee and hurricane by 'a Palm Beach man. !
er negro, neither of whom could Walker, p; Moore, cf; Cruze, ss; I
gate here the motorcade will proceedto I I Leaving Canal Point the motor.
/ swim. He fell from a.: bridge Into the Baker, If; McLendon, Ib; \Yilliam-I
Moore Haven to view the hurri- cade proceeded on to Pahokee where
canal, and cries from his compan- TWELFTH CIRCUIT son, c; Cowart, 3b; Clark, rf. '
cane gate and lock now under con- I' they visited\ the U. S. Engineer field
ions attracted the attention of J. V. Wauchula:-Hines_ ss; Castlen,
struction there at the mouth of the office and drove their cars onto the
Fourmey and the boys father, who --- I 3b; Whidden, c; Moore, p, Ib; Asch- !
Caloosahatchee canal. levee back of the office near the e ndof 1
is manager of "the United States A judicial re-circuiting bill to reduce erin, Ib, rf; Henderson, 2b; Autry, i
section. While 1 in Pa

Sugar Company commissary. Mr./ I I the ,number of circuits from 28 If, rf; Smith, rf, Ib; Douglas, cf, If. _a complete ,

f \' Fourmey reached the scene just as Mrs. Cornelius Finnegan I to 15 and the number of judges I hokee firstPWIA the new water project worKS to be systemthe finished : i
and from 42 to 36 in compliance with a -
I r.; 4i the child disappeared although '
Col. Earl North to in the 'Glades-was visited also. !
he dove repeatedly at the spot could constitutional amendment was passed I
Dies in Kerry IrelandThe I the I II
to Belle Glade
Continuing on
not find him. Within a few minutes I by the legislature in the closing 'i I
Succeed Col. Dunn visitors were given ice cream and, !
\ several hundred people were gathered hours of the session. II III
I drinking water at the plant of tho
and the canal was filled with many friends of Father-. J. The 12th circuit will include Hen-
Near Bean
'I divers, but the body ,was not located Finnegan were grieved to learn of I dry, Glades, Manatee, Sarasota, De- I Alfar[ Creamery company.

until almost seven o'clock. the death of his mother, Mrs. Cor- l 3oto, Charlotte, Lee and Collier I Qolonel Beverly C. Dunn, who last City the group left Road 25 and

\ Funeral services were held Sun- nelius Finnegan, which occurred at counties. A move by the senate to i week was assigned to a position in again drove' to and down the levee

day afternoon in the Canal Point her home in Kerry, Ireland, Sunday I include Hardee county in this circuit : the office of the Assistant Sccre for a half" mile to watch the dredgo

j \ Woman's Club building with Rev.G. 'night. The deceased was 72 years of was defeated by the house, Har I tary of War in Washington after I "General, one of the largest of the
E. Bennett 'and Rev. B. Jones of- I, age. ; I dee being placed in the 10th circuit I II having served as District Army Engineer government hydraulic dredges; at I a
I work. of the visitors were taken -
ficiating. Burial was in the Wood- Besides Father Finnegan, Mrs. with Polk and Highlands counties. with headquarters in Jacksonville Many

lawn Cemetery in West Palm Beach Finnegan is survived by another son I A bill was also passed providing for several years, will be aboard the dredge. 1:

with' the Everglades', Funeral Homein in Ireland a daughter, Joan who for the appointment of assistant succeeded as District Engineer by Clewiston was the next stop and

charge. spent one year here with her brother' I tate attorneys by the governor in Colonel Earl North. after the gate demonstration here I"

!; Besides his parents, he is survived and who returned to Ireland to :all: judicial circuits except the first Colonel North has held the posi- the cars started for their homes

\ by a three year old sister, Patsy I live with her mother, and six daugh- :and second. Circuits containing up tion in Washington which will be with the intention of stopping en- :

' Anne. ters living in or near New York to seven counties will have one as- filled by Colonel Dunn. He is expected route at the Belle Glade Experiment ;

i sistant and in circuits containing to take over his new duties Station. A shower of rain, startingsoon

\ .. LANDS BIG BASS .. City.The deep sympathy of the community -I more than esevn counties two assistants about the first of September. Priorto after their departure from

is extended to. the bereaved I will bo added. This makes 1C his arrival at the Jacksonvilleoffice Clewiston, however, forced tkeiu to I

tJ \ R. L. Golden, of Moore Haven, family. assistant state attorneys and fifteen Lieut. p, A. Feringa assist- forego this part of the program. i

i\ took the lead In 'big bass caught this ---- I state attorneys. At present there are ant district engineer, will -have Army engineers state that details 1 i

r \ season with an eleven pound thirteen Mrs. J. P. Percy came over from j twenty-eight state attorneys and charge of the affairs of the office.ln'ANIS of the trip had been arranged with I

I '" and a half ounce beauty which I West Palm Beach to spend the weekend three assistants. such completeness by those in 1

4J he cauiVt Tuesday afternoon in the with Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg.Mrs. j The senate must confirm appoint- : charge that everything worked out ,
edge of the Lake at the mouth of I .' Percy and daughters, Eleanor: ments of assistant state attorneys very nicely and it was described by

'.. the Caloosahatchee approach canal i and Diane, left West Palm Beach In, all circuits except' the eleventh, them as having been one of the most '

about eight miles north of Moore Monday for the north. They will ,sail I composed of Dade and Monroe counties benefit dance is being given at successful affairs of the kind they

Haven., on the eleventh from Baltimore to where the assistant will be the Clewiston Inn tonight by the local had ever seen. From the :interest i

: The bass was caught on a bait join Mr. Percy In Central Agulrra, 'I named by the governor upon the Kiwanis Club. Proceeds will &jo I shown by the visitors, many of !

!I known as the cripppled Creek Chub Puerto Rico, their future home. Mr. recommendation of the state attorney into the recreation park fund.. Vic Whom were paying their first visitto

[ ..... and tops nearly a pound and a half Percy left about two months ago andis Hu'llinger and his Bradenton orch- the Lake section, it is believed

t the largest entry made previously in superintendent of mill operationsof I Judge Geo. W, Whitehurst was estra will furnish music. Dancing is that they thoroughly enjoyed the

1 tiny pontppt, around the lake.r a large sugar concern. (Continued on Page S) scheduled;! from 9 until 1. (Continued on Page g)


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be a race; and It must be arknowl ,
Dennis Chavez was brought ITALY Is. willing to make peace with
WHEN HERE'S AMERICAN edged that there Is excellent '
the senate to be sworn In as Ethiopia, agreeing to arbitrate thirr
CURRENT EVENTS material here!Manchester: N. II.
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successor to the late Bronson Cuttingof disputes and to cease from further OF' THE FUTURE Union.
New Mexico, six "liberal" members military measures but on terms that

silently walked out of the cham- Emperor Bane Selassie probably will t ,,.

PASS IN EV/EW/ ber In protest against the efforts that not accept. These terms, as reportedto ,Week's Supply of Postum Free ''
had been made to unseat Mr. Cutting. London by: Sir Eric Drummond. As Depicted by Prominent Read the offer made by the Postum

,Those who participated In this unprecedented British ambassador to Rome are: Anthropologist.Those Company In another part,of this pa-
action were: Senators : FIrst-The integrity and Independence per. They will send a full week's sup

TVA: CHARGED WITH WASTEFULAND Hiram Johnson, California. ; William of Ethiopia are to be respected. ply 'of health gIving Postum' free to
IRREGULAR DOINGS- E. Borah, Idaho;'' George Norris, Ne- I' Second-EthIopIa must accept a di- of us who might be. inter-' anyone; who writes, for it-Adv.
SMITH BOOM GROWS.By braska; and Gerald P. Nye, North vision of the country Into three zones ested In science'sxquest to' deter
Dakota, Republican Independents; and of Influence. One-third of the country mine the react nature of the typical '
Anglo-Sudan wouldbe American so far ahis physical Household Hint -
EDWARD W. PICKARD Robert M. LaFollette, Wisconsin Pro- the frontier
zoneit would In- makeup Is concerned. will If your oven is a very quick pne. ,
Western Newspaper Union. gressive; and Henrlk Shipstead Minnesota In the British probably ..
Farmer-Laborite. clude Lake Tsana which Is the sourceof find some small comfort in the it is apt to dry out roasted meat.

SECRET hearings were'opened by the upper Blue' Nile which' flows theory of Professor Albert E. Place' a saucepan, half full of water:
military affairs committee into the Nile at Khartoum. Another .Tenks, a noted anthropologist of fn a corner of the oven. The steam '
to investigate charges that the CERTAIN.llepubllcflns., most of them third would be within the. French zone the University of Minnesota. The from the water will keep the air ,"- e

Tennessee Valley authority already have. of Influence. It would cover' the rail- gist of Professor .Tenks' opinion Is moist and the meat will be Juicy. } ,
has squandered Sl.OOO- started a movement for the nomination ,
n French Somaliland. that. whatever the
way from Djibutl.. number of conflicting -
000 of governmentmoney of Alfred E. Smith for Presidentby '
In questionable : the Republican convention. The to. ,Addis Ababa capital of. .Ethiopia. I conceptions might exist at
The third under Italian Influence the moment to the '
its zone. as physical identity -
awards of contractsfor idea seems rather fantastic but
would Include all highlands, which are of the American, the time Is
dynamite and pow- sponsors profess to believe that such I
suitable immigration and nQt too distant when he
fojItalian: far will
der and through other a fusion nomination would attract
which comprise the ,only fertile section. lave a definite and recognizableracial 1
regularities. ArthurE. great numbers of conservatives and d!
Morgan, head of offer the best chance to defeat Mr. One of Italy's complaints against classification. ONLY I ;t

the TVA; and his two Roosevelt, Other Republicans are Ethiopia has been that slavery was The typical American,, accordingto 0 I'J

fellow directors, David talking about making Lewis Douglasof still In existence there.. This has been Professor '.T enl s. will not be a TUBES '
rectified by an edict of the emperor
Lillenthal and Uar- Arizona, former director of the tall blond person as some might
x court A. Morgan, were budget their candidate f he also is a setting free the serfs. He also has have supposed. He will be only '\
.. abolished ancient. and unequal taxeson \ .
-< summoned before the Democrat. "fairly tall, dark eyed, darkhairedand ;
A. E.. Morgan commlttee.: Charles C. Helllnger of New YorkIs 60 per cent of the land, substituting! darker, skinned than the present "'J.>

The charges are contained In an chairman of a Smith-for-PresIdent a fixed and regular payment.; average. This, he asserts will .

audit, of the TVA made by Comptroller committee, a non-partisan organization be the' ultimate outcome of the interbreeding LET HIM '

General J. R. McCarL Some of the and he reports that the smith BISHOP John Fisher and Sir Thomas among the early and '' BE FREE ,
irregularities he claims to have uncovered boom is gaining headway and that na- More, who lost their heads four late arrivals on' this continent. Upon "
will I the whole, if Professor .Tenks', the- FROM .
are: tional headquarters be opened hundred years ago for opposing the :
The awarding without competitive this summer. Membership In the ,com- marriage" of Henry; VIII to Anne ory is well founded, the typical __ WORMS

bidding of a contract which obligatedthe mittee, he asserts, has more than dou- Boleyn were canonized by Pope Pius In American will not be' an unattractive -:

government for an Indefinite sum bled ,In the last month, much of the enrollment a magnificent ceremony in St. Peter's, person, assuming of ,course Whenever you decide to free .c;

of money estimated at $015,000. being voluntary. Rome, and about 50,000 persons were that he incorporate portion of your child from Worms or I ,''','.'-
Overpayments of an original con- -,- In attendance. The chief interest In the better physical qualities of each Tapeworm, get the medicine -

tract by as much as 120 per cent. FOUR thousand farmers, gathered the proceedings was in the sermon delivered of the racial strains that make him. ia.t'will drive them out_ with ": -. -

Awarding of contracts; in contravention all parts of the country invaded by the pope in which he urged Man's concern over the, questionof one single dose. ,

of law to firms which were not .Washington and told President, the audience to pray ,that England what he is, 'as' well as what he. '
the low bidders, with one contract go- Roosevelt and Secretary Wallace that might return to the Roman Catholic does, is not motivated solely by 'considerations Dr.Peery's DEADSHOT'Vermifugeale ". :,':'

Ing to a bidder who was seventh' from M, !hey were enthusiastic faith. The Holy Father said: of' vanity. Curiosity also 0e1I51M TML NUM 'b'\ Q "
low. believers in the efficiency T '"We desire that with your ardent plays its part. In seeking the Hellene ',y 4 AV 0or Z ,

Failure to require one large con- t of the AAA prayers'lnvoklng patronage of the new of the classicis and the Romanof .. : '
tractor to post performance bond and I I program and supporters saints you ask of the Lord that whichIs the Etruscan line he finds them \&Wzlt Ja3ZffiH5Jff3sZg50c' ::,:

at the same ,time the payment of fees of the amendments so dear to our heart.-namely: that not' ir the Greek and Italian of today. a bottle at lrnsrjrlsts or '' ",
Wright's rill Co., 100 Gold bt., N.Y. City.
to this contractor In advance despite a I which the administration ; England, in the words of St. Paul He l Becomes giddy striving to follow -

legal prohibition against' advance pay asks congress to 'meditating the happy consummationwhich the ancient medley of races

ments.. make in the agricultural crowned the lift*' of' two mar- that swarmed and Intermingled 'on '

Solicitation of bids, by telephone or adjustment act. tyrs, may 'follow them in their 'faith' the Spanish peninsula. In strivingto MORNI G AFTERHeadache

circulars!; among a certain group of private I Mr. Roosevelt addressed and return' to the father's house 'in' trace his family lineage he, is
business in other ir- A. grit faith.and knowledge of' the son Relievedby .
,houses or b. from: the unity dismayed by the multitude of. his
regular ways. El D.&til1:' : j soutl1 Portico of the of God. own ancestors enough to populate a chewing one o?
The TVA directors were said to be White House what he 'Let those who are still separatedfrom small city within 'a surprisingly few '
prepared to disprove the worst of the Sen. Hastings called a .surprlse us consider attentively the ancient generations.In more MilnesiaWafersiE',

charges, and to be ready to make party," and prefaced his remarks with glories of their church which : any event, and, whatever we of o
some disclosures of their own, especially were at once the reflection and the In-
of become :
the statement that "a great many America might eventually ,
concerning the submission of the high and mighty" have been deliberately crement. of the glories of the church there is comfort in the thought that
uniform bids nine 'munitions of Rome."
by com- -
trying to mislead many people we ,shall be a definite something.
panies. by "lying about the kind of a farm Since we, are 'a 'nation, there is lithe -

The inquiry came as the administration program under which this nation is BY'AD PTING the resolution, of reason why we should not, also I
was trying to get the house com .
I operating. He went on .to deny emphatically Senator Bennett C. Clark of Missouri -
niltteo to report favorably the bill that the government has !, Democrat, the 'senate gave 'the '
recently passed by the senate, provid- -
"wastefully destroyed food in any NRA life only until April 1, 193C, and
ing more for the TVA and
money en- "
form. ,. considerably curtailedits
larging Its scope of operations. I
Next day many of the visiting farmers powers. The ex-

were In the senate gallery andheard pressed wishes of the BEAT THE ''DRUMS HERE IT COMES .,. <, ,
.H OUSE leaders were hurrying toward Senator Daniel O. Hastings of xtY President and NRA =..... :
: passage the administration's Delaware Republican, score the Presi- chairman ,Donald v y. /J .\' .; qsI .
amendments to the AAA act, enlarging dent for characterizing critics of the Richberg for a' two : ;;

the powers of that organization, AAA program as liars. ,year extension with

.the demand of opponents for l long debate Senator Hastings than Introduced a enlarged powers were .

being denied. It was certain this resolution calling upon the secretaryof Ignored. The changes /l .,:

measure would arouse controversy In agriculture to submit all corre r called for.(ln the Clark'resolutIon o- ; :
the senate. Jobbers and retailers of 0'r 'I : :
spondence between 'the department and provide for \ :
foodstuffs. of whom I there are about the visiting farmers, together with any tri .. prohibition InclusionSenator ;'J;" :
111,000 in the country, are much dis- instructions sent out to n7 ;, .
county agents Clark of business engaged .,'. :
turbed by these proposedL-amendments with view of the "
a producing sponta wholly .n intrastate .'I.
for the measure extends to them the .
eous" visitation. Mr. ,Hastings also commerce under NRA codes or
'; processing taxes n'ow imposed on food ',/ :
demanded know how the :
to delegateswere regulations J banning price 'tiling except ; :
I makes them
manufacturers, subject to
selected and what financial
as- in mineral resource industries, .' ;
regulations not yet specified and requires -
sistance "directly or indirectly" was and 'directing the President to reviseall ',
that each one be J licensed by ; ..
I extended to them by the agricultural ,codes within thirty days to con-. .
the AAA. "
i I officials. form to the provisions of the resolu- CRISP ANDBROWN :: .
j'. Over in the house Representative tion., BEST IN TOWN ; : t L. ,
of the list of projects to be" .
FIRST Fish of New York started a lively de- ,While the senate was debating ,the L .
'". under the works relief : '
bate on the same topic, and he was matter Mr. Richberg told 'a mass-: '
program Is the Passamaquoddy, tidal even' more outspoken than Mr. Hast- meeting of NRA workers that the ; '
power scheme, 'and there is a lot of r "
I ngs. Clark resolution was "complete folly.
grumbling because it Richberg 'has let It be known that This aroused' the Missourian to wrath. R'QC 1 ,

was placed at the he Intends to retire from 'governmentwork .He called 'it "the most brazen exhIbi- ;<
head of the line by by July 1 and, after ,? L
a long rest tion of impudence on the part, of a ; ?
the President himself. to resume law practice. It Is believed bureaucratic official which has fallen

This project was once that W. Averill Harriman NRA executive under observation during my life- '

'! turned down gas un ; 1 : officer and Sol Rosenblatt head time,"my and next day, in a set speech, C-( @

, economic by Secretary r of the compliance section,. also will he told his fellow senat9rs at length L' .
f Ickes the assertion ; '
resign. just what he thought of Mr. Rlcbberg :
that It would t
I j and "his ambition to be a Mussolini in 1" i --
cost too much In com- ".
1 parison with the re- RUSSIA'S Immense airplane, the the United States. o. II
called the Industry
turns, that might beexpected M.ixim Gorky largest 'l land planeIn An organization
I 'and business committee for NRA extension lr
would take the world, was destroyed when it I ; -
called Into action as
t. too long for comple- Major Fleming collided with a small training plane was
the farmers for AAA, and its CLAP A HANDTHEFLAVOR'SGRAND
i j don, and was In a region I where so over a Moscow suburb, collapsed at a were
1 j much work relief was not needed. But height of 2,000 feet and fell In ruins. head, Ward Cheney, Bilk manufacturer -

} Mr. Roosevelt, whose Campobello suml' All on board, 48 in number, were announced that a meeting of delegations -
would be held in
mer cottage Is near the location of killed, as was the pilot of the small of

,i the proposed dam site Is said to be plane. The victims were mostly engi- Washington May 22

, personally Interested in the project, neers and workers of the Central Aerodynamic -

': believing It will bring new Industriesto Institute ,and < members of HUE LONG'S resolution

the area. Another argument in Its their families who were being taken "SENATOR of Postmaster. o % .

t favor Is that the old question of the for a pleasure ride. General Farley' was rejected by a voteof 0 GRq pE %

1 1 practicability of harnessing the ocean The Maxim Gorky was a show plane 62 to 20, the ""Kingfish" being the NU -

:':, tides may be settled by; It. rather than a practical ship and was 'only Democrat recorded In favor of It.

;} Anyhow this big Maine project Is to' used for spreading'' Soviet propaganda.It The senate then passecl the Norris KES!
iL! go,ahead, and Maj. Philip B. Fleming was built by popular subscription in amendments to the Tennessee Valley o

: of the army engineers corps has been 1934 and was an all metal eight-mo- Authority act, increasing the TVA's n c

l r chosen ,to take charge of the construc tored monoplane with a wing spreadof bonding authorization from fifty to one I '

tion. Major Fleming has been serving 200'feet and a fuselage 100 feet hundred million dollars and protecting

in the PWA for some time ,but' has long and was most elaborately' 'Its electric power activities from court
been released for this Eastport work. equipped. The Soviet government an-l interference.

nounced Immediately after ,the disas- Next on the 'senate program was the Gti

N AN executive order the President ter that It would build three more Wagner labor relations board bill -L

I established pay rates under. the $4- giant planes of the same type. which its author declared was "respon '

( SSO.OOO.'OOO; work-relief measure,dividing sive to the ominous Industrial distur-

1 ', the country Into four sections in set- N EVER recovering consciousness bances of last summer when blood ran ONCE r

ting, regional( wages. Pay will lange after a motorcycle; accident, CoL freely In the streets and martial law you taste Grape-Nuts Flakes, ts
from $19 a month for unskilled laborers Thomas E.. Lawrence-the' glamorous was in the offing you'll cheer tool It has a delicious flavor e .

,, in the South to $94 a month for "Lawrence of Arabia" of war days- After several amendments designedto plus real nourishment..one dishful, with

.r protesslonal and technical' workers In died in a military hospital in Dorset- limit the power the measure inferentially milk or cream, contains more varied nourishment -

the ,East. The wages will be from 20 shire, England. Yet In his twenties gives the American ,Federation than raany a,hearty meal. Try ityouTBrocerhasitlProductofGeneraJFoods.-

to 30 per cent below the prevailingwage when he organized the revolt of the of Labor had been rejected, the ? r

rate structure throughout the Arabs against Turkey, Lawrence bill was shoved through by a vote of .
country. gained undying fame. 63 to 12.


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..: the two, could see that his words have him In his grave. But when old --. .----IMPROVED_. _. __41 !

stung Brandon. The justice straight- Don goes, seems like the last chaneoof
If' ened In his chair, however. ever clearing the thing up's gone UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL f
The MAN fROM YONDER "But maybe we are delaying things. too." i

Now, Mr. Elliott, don't you think it a "Looks that way. Unless he'll talk SUNDAY S

,' I t little out of the way to come into' a before he dies." Lesson -

i I I1t'-" town, a total stranger, and upset all "Even so, It wouldn't amount to

; that town's precedents? If you, In- much. He's an old bum : he was a By REV. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D..
by HAROLD TITUS stead of one of Mr. Brandon's hired Member of Faculty. :Moody Bible
: known drunkard at the time. It hap Institute or Chicago. I
men, had cleaned up on my man Harrington -' Western Newspaper Union.
g pened so long and with the
Copyright 132S-1934. Harold Titus. WNU Service. ago, courts
for instance, it might not haVe controlled by who I
.1 they are .
-... been such a grave. offense. But_ here "_A_it n hut .vniirs", ____'.
ana the one man for June 9
you come PICK out; .
SYNOPSIS tried to talk him out of It but Mr. In Tincup who hasn't been struck or "And mine without any" JurisdictionIn .

Brandon isn't a great talker. That's even threatened in longer than I can sure-enough trouble. THE HOLY SPIRIT

Ben Elliott-from "Yonder"-arrives all Here I am !I" recall-a man who is regarded here The doctor started out but halted (Pentecost Lesson)
at the little lumbering town of Tincup "Guilty as charged, eh?" Able fume about like most folks would regard a in the doorway. "
accompanied by Don Stuart, old, very bled with the "What broughtyou "Hear Harrington's gone. "
lie papers. baron of the ;Middle ages-and toss LESSON TEXT-John 16:7-11; to-
sick man, whom he has befriended. "Yes. The Bull him of
such a long ways Into Tincup, any- Elliott, out mans 8:10-17, 26, 27.
signalizes his coming by defeatingBull him out Into the mud Why, "
Duval, "king of the river," and how?" that's before town. GOLDEN TEXT-For as many as are
not ever happened "Brandon?" led by the Spirit of God, they are the
town bully, In a log-birllng contest. "Because I'd heard Tincup was a
Nick much :
"Probably it didn't hurt : sons of God.-Romans 8:14.
Nicholas Brandon the town's leading to crack." "Don't be simple, Emory. Who else?
tough nut
but there are his feelings to consider. PRIMARY TOPIC-Jesus Keeps HU
resents Stuart's presence He
citizen A stir In the crowd, then a sharp "He certainly can't forget the Hoot Promise.
tries t.o force him to leave town and Aren't you ashamed of giving people a
Elliott resenting the act knocks him look from Brandon to Elliott. Brandon?" Owl, can he? What are you going. to JUNIOR TOPIC-The. Coming of the
. chance to jeer at Mr. Holy Spirit.
down. Elliott Is arrested.CHAPTER "Oh. Fond of nuts, are you?" do now, Able?
Elliott looked at Brandon, then, deliberately INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP-
Able asked: and the look in his eyes was him 'rhe other shook his head gravely. IC-How the Holy Spirit Helps Us.
t't much less severe. "So you'd heard "I wish I could give you an an- YOUNG PEOPLE AND. ADULT TOPIC -
t IIContinued3 from his black hair to his mud-
. about Tincup and started for It from a glossy swer or myself an answer. All I -Tha Work of the Holy Spirit.'
died breeches.
i t long ways off and Now this mat- wasn't smart thing to do, 1. The Holy Spirit Promised (Joel
"Are you guilty or not? Able repeated "Jt) a very
r ter of nuts: You like all kinds? '
and ten: Elliott who had stood I guess," he admitted. 'It's not likely ,2:28, 20).
t "Not all nuts ; no. The steelgrayeyes
at ease before him, slouch hat In his now, that I'll even get a chance to see The prophet foretold that I.. messianic
were a bit narrowed, now, as Elli
1 great brown hands, now gave his head how hard a nut this town really Is." times there would be a mighty
ott tried to plumb the old man's mood.
"effusion of the Holy'Spirit..
i a grave twist "And no worse than you deserve!
; "Well If pitching a man off the side "Well, for Instance: "like peanuts? Able said sharply. "You know better I 1. He was to be poured out.

, walk Into the mud Is called assault "No. Can't stand 'em. than to carry on that way, Elliott I've r 2. He was to be bestowed upon all

,I J and battery in Tincup, then I'm about "Not at all? Almonds, then got to give you a fine commensuratewith flesh, Irrespective of age, sex, or class.
A twinkle was surely coming to life 3. This' out-pouring was to issue In
: a hundred per cent guilty, he said. your offense. I'll fine you a dol-
In the court's eyes but seeing it, the
i A stir in the room followed that and lar and seventy-five cents for costs or extraordinary activity and service.
defendant only frowned."Can't 4. This activity was to be accompanied
Able frowned, a convincingly judicial send you to jail for a day.
vote very strong for al by marvelous igns'
frown. In the rear a sacrilegious titter or
t "Guilty, eh?'. He cleared his throatat monds. two. From the sheriff, a grunt; from II. This Prophetic Promise Was
"Or English walnuts or pecans? Partially Fulfilled at: Pentecost (Act!
length. "Now how about this disruption Nicholas Brandon a breath of offended
"Never did hold them to be whatyou'd 2:1-21, 32, 33). "
; of the peace, anyhow? dignity and a look that scorched.But s
call Irresistible, either The unusual behavior of the disciples -
J' The sheriff spoke: : on Ben Elliott's face only appeared -
"Hum-m. How about black wal- ,
I at Pentecost, with Peter's preach-
"You see, Able, 'twas this way. a foolish smile.
Sir.-" nuts? "That's reasonable enough," he 'said, ing which resulted in the conversionof

"Now just a minute, Art This accused "Now," declared Elliott with a nod, "but the joker is this: I haven't even thousands, evidenced the supernatural -
"now, you're getting Into real classy but the cosmic signs which the
\ has pleaded guilty, as I under- got the dollar!I"
stand It I don't see any need of any- nuts !I"Men "Well, our jail's real comfortable, prophet predicted to take place In

body else saying anything. He's thrown In the crowd looked at one another I'm told. A day there'll let you think I heaven and earth were not in evi

himself on the mercy of this court, not knowing what to make of over the advisability of going around dence. The real fulfillment of the pro-

you might: say, and It's regular and this. the country muddying up the pants of iw r ph t's prediction is in the future and
proper and according to the spirit of "Well, If you like black walnuts, respected citizens !1" will find fulfillment In connection 'with

the statute that I question him before would you say they were your favor Elliott, though, faced even so short a the regathering of Israel and the establishment -
passing sentence. Besides," he added, ite? jail sentence with anything but relish. of the Messianic Kingdom.

with, a twinkle Brandon, "I'm a little The other considered this question "I can get the money easy enough," III. Some Names of the Holy Spirit

,curious..! with great If not wholly genuine, seri he said. "That Is If you,' your honor, 1. Comforter (John 14:16, 17).

,The sheriff sniffed and subsided. ousness. ""or' somebody else'll send a wire' for "Comforter" means literally "one
Clearly, there was little friendship between "No, not exactly. I'd put black walnuts "Hum-m. He Says You're No Good called to one's side as a part taker, an

him and the justice. high up In the list all right, your me."That might be arranged. Whereto forenoon I've had a feeling In that advocate, a helper and defender." He

"Now, Mr ." Able glanced at honor, but. since you're Interested ?" palm,"-extending his creased right Is called "another Comforter" as he
about my preferences In nuts, I'd say He reached for sheet of was to take the place of Jesus.
,the complaint again. "Mr Ben Elliott "Here a hand, "as If the end of a rope were
1 how come that you go about the coun- that the best nut that ever hung out- paper and pencil lying on the table. slipping through It" 2. The Witness (John 15:26). The

try tossing reputable citizens into the doors or offered Itself for the crackingwas Swiftly he wrote the words : "Badger "Tough," muttered the doctor as he Spirit peculiarly witnesses of Christ.

mud?" ,a good old hickory nut" Forest Products company, Beech went out. He does not speak of himself, but

r "Why, he 'was trying to make a "Real tough ones, eh?" Ridge, Wisconsin." He Handed It to An hour later Able Armitage left his takes the things of Christ and shows

: friend of mine do something he didn't "Heal tough ones, yes." Able. "Will you wire them for twenty- office. He moved with great alacrityfor them unto us (John 16: 13)).

want to do. That's all. I butted in, I Able wiped his face with a palm and five dollars and sign my name? Send one of his years 'and stopped only 3. The Spirit of Truth (John 16:13).

I guess; he got hard and so,"-shrug- wet his lips. The two looked: long at ,the message collect > once and that was to draw Bird-Eye The Holy Spirit guides Into all truth.

"I lost my head for a minute and put one another and that spark passed "That's a, big outfit," the Judge Blaine from the throng of onlookers Those who are taught by him know

, him in his place." which will jump from man to man, car- said. "You figure they'll do as you that lined the sidewalk. the truth I

I. "In the mud, you mean." ried sometimes by a deed, often by a ask?" "Got your car in town, Bird-Eye?" he IV. Some Works of the Spirit.

""r "Yeah. In the mud." word, frequently by only a glance; that "Well, they never have turned me asked. "Have? Will !it still run?" 1. He regenerates (John 3:3-8). The

I "Well, go on ; go on. Go back to the message which says as plainly as.. down for anything ,I've asked. Of "Run !"-as though insulted. "Say, new birth Is peculiarly the Spirit's

beginning.: I want to know all about though inscribed in black characters I course, there's always the first time.. Able, thut car may not be so foxy work.

,- this affair," against white background: : "I like you ; I If you'll do that lookln' as some, but she's got a heart 2. He teaches (John 14:26). The

" 'I I % Elliott drew a long breath. I am your' friend !J" It went from the "Until that gets back Sheriff, I.sup- av gold 'nd-" Holy Spirit was to take up the workof

i' "I started for Tincup several days old man to the young and back again pose it's me for the brig. Is that "All right Run her around by the teaching the disciples.

f I ago. I was a long ways off, over In from young to old. Nicholas Brandon right Judge?" jail, will you? Might need you ; again, 3. Convicts the world of sin (John

:Minnesota. This morning I got downto understood and the lightnings In his Able was studying the address and I might not. Best to be prepared, 16:8, 9). The Holy SpIrit' alone can

the junction west of here and while dark eyes played more briskly, more when he looked up and grunted an af- though." show men the demerit of their lives

I waited for my train got talking to 'ominously."And firmative reply his gaze was far away. Bird-Eye nodded assent and the old. and their shortcomings before God. t

this old timer, Don Stuart, who was In so you'd figure Tincup as a Far, far away. Justice went on. 4. Convicts the world of righteousness i

i, the station.. 'Maybe you know him, sort of hickory nut?" For a considerable interval after his Ben Elliott solitary prisoner In the (John 16:10). The resurrection J I

, t. Judge. Other folks here do." Able "I had. Tincup has a reputation all court room had emptied, Able Armitagesat county jail, lay on the least objection and ascension of Christ prove that he

: f f: blinked, twice; hard. "The old fellowIs through the Lake states. Wherever you motionless in his chair. His eye able of the bunks he found there, smok- is 'the Righteous One and that righte- I

about all In, I'd say. He's got It Info go you'll hear It talked about as a still held that far-away look, staring ing and staring at the dingy ceiling. ousness is only possible as he Is accepted I

; his head that he's about to die and prob- hard camp. I'd heard so many times Into space, and now and again he His hands were clasped beneath his as Savior. !
isn'tsuch a bad that a good man with Ideas of his 5. Convicts the world of judgment
ablyhisguess one.. Seems own, picked up the scrap of paper bearingthe head and his feet were crossed ; an
W this used to be his stamping ground,that with Independence and, maybe, with address young Elliott had written attitude of relaxation, surely, but his (John 16:11). Sin unatoned for shall I

. '; h?-* been away a long time and, that ambition had better keep away from and scanned it closely. one foot twisted on Its ankle around bo punished. The sinner who refuses

here that .I found myself hankering to "By cracky: !I" he said, an hour after and around most restlessly. A man the righteousness which God providedIn

. .. ,'. get a look at the place." being left alone. "By cracky-by jing! of action, this, not accustomed to Idle Jesus Christ shall be judged.
: I
I qi'iiiiu'iic ( (' "What's your line of work?" It might be, you know. It may ness 'restraint G. Gives victory over the flesh

"I follow the timber. '. Anything." be, possibly perhaps might be !I" He raised his head sharply when a (Rom. 8:2, 12, 13). By the, energy of

J II I Ir "Well, just what, for Instance What Thereupon he rose, went to a wall key grated in the big sreel door leadingto the Holy Spirit the carnal nature can
are some of the jobs you've held?" be kept In subjection.
telephone and put In a call for Nathan the cell block and stopped puffingon
vI Elliott smiled a bit.. Bridger general of the Bad 7. He leads the believer (Rom.
manager his pipe when the opening barrier
"Good many. I,was a chore boy once; ger Forest Products company. of Beach revealed Able Armitage. 8:14). The Spirit-filled believer lives
another time I was a road monkey.I've Ridge Wisconsin. the life of the Son of God.
l "Hello, Judge!1" Elliott cried and
t teamed and sawed, worked as I 8. He gives assurance to the !
After this he stood for: a time In the grinned.
millwright and on rivers. Once or twice believer (Rom. 8:15-17). The Holy
front window, peering out Into the Able wasted no time.
I've run a camp or two." Spirit witnesses together with the human (
street A man came along the sIdewalk "I've just been talking with Bridger.
"But your avocation I take to the reality of the new ;
It, Is a man of about Able's years, ; "Bridger! He here?" spirit '
looking for hard nutS?" I
bearing a limp and rusty bag which "Oh, no. I called him on long distance birth.
Brandon spoke now : 9. Enables the believer to pray ac-
stamped him as a physician. He'waveda ." Able smiled as the other gavea
"Your honor!1" His voice was well cording to the will of God (Rom. {
hand to Able and then, as on sudden puzzled frown. "Bridger and I are
modulated and yet In Its quality was Impulse, changed his course and approached old friends. We fought Spain together 8:26, 27). The Holy Spirit helps the
something which, suggested: iron believer's infirmities in prayer.V. .
the entry. and malaria when we had Spain
with velvet "As complaining wit "Big day, Able,"-as the Justice whipped. I think a lot of Bridger. I'vea The Diversity of the Gifts of

ness In this case, may I suggest that opened the door. great respect for him and his opin- the Spirit (I Cor. 12:4-11).
we are beginning to waste time? This "Yeah. Big." ions." In the Church there are to be found ;

young man has pleaded guilty. Of "Old Don's back." "So've I. Everybody has." those possessing the gifts of wisdom,. '

course I do not want to be put In the "So I heard." "Hum-m. He says you're no good." faith, healing; miracles, prophecy, dis

a light of one who attempts to dictateto "Bad shape, too." Elliott started. "Wha-a-at? Why cernment of spirits; divers kinds of

a court of '''law, but I have pressing "I heard that. Real bad. Emory?" Thai's funny. Do you mean he tougues and their Interpretation.VI .

matters to attend to and If we can Emory Sweet nodded gravely. wouldn't stake me to the money I The Sealing of the Spirit (Eph.

get on. ." "Heart's dike a sponge. He can't asked for?". 1:13, 14). f
Outwardly this was only a sugges- last long. Nick was all for send- TO BE CONTINUED Into the regenerated life comes the

tion, a plea ; really, though It was one ing him back to Hemlock: but I told Holy 'Spirit at once. The Indwellingof

I r II Guilty. Eh?" way of demanding of giving an order., him it would be murder to move him Desert Yields Precious Stones the Divine Spirit is God's seal of
"Yes you're much as is not only a seal of
a busy man. Nick. Able now." PrecIous'stones weighing as ownership. It

f t.J: ,' ,' he'd started back to finish' his days 'said ,and nodded. "I'd sort of figured "Oh. Nick showed up, did he?" five pounds have been found In the ownership, but of security. It Is also

j' here where he could see some old being busy here today, myself. Sort "Came right from here. Said he'd Libyan desert They are of a, beauti- the guarantee of the completion of the

friends. He went broke on the way of wondered If somebody wouldn't been providing for Don for these last ful greenish-yellow color and extremely work of redemption.VII. .
and was just sitting'there this morning bring In Bull Duval on a charge of as- years and wanted him with somebodyor hard. It Is believed that. they were I r. The Unity of the Spirit (Eph.

r waiting for something to happen. I sault and battery. He trimmed my other In Hemlock who'd see he i formed out of desert sand by the terrific :1.6).

: ,..., happened. 1 wasn't any too well heeled man Harrington so badly that he's didn't get hold of hooch again Was heat of a great aerolite or me- Christian unity is only possible when
: ,' myself, but I had enough for his ticket I Ii gone and, my operation's without a ; quite provoked when I opposed moving I teor which fell long ago in this district effected by the one Holy Spirit j
tJ. so I brought him along. boss today. I sort of thought being him." Similar stones have, been found VIII. The Sin of Grieving the Spirit I

::'. ; "As luck would have It, I got a Interested as you are In law and or- I I "Nicholas doesn't like the notion of around a meteoric crater at Wabar, (Eph. 4:30). i
I' '. chance to pick up a few dollars of der, that Duval might be brought In."' Don's being In this vicinity." Arabia. These are supposed to be remaIns The Spirit\ may be grieved by fail- I

'I ,: Tincup money as soon as we got In "That Is something I know nothing "It's about: as popular with him as of a broken planet The craterIs ure to respond to his Initiative, by
t' and I had to have It, with the old about," Brandon said severely. smallpox. When I'd prevailed on him similar to the nineteen discovered In yielding to. the lust of the flesh, the

tl timer on my hands, While I "was' busy "Likely not You can't be expectedto to let Don alone I told him the truth : 1931 In the Central Australian desert lust of the eye and the vainglory of

; getting this cash this man Brandon keep: as close track of the men who that he can't last more than a few blasted out by giant meteorites. Some life, by failure to render full and free

t< evidently saw my buddy and started work for you as I do of mine. That Is, weeks and Nick looked: like a man of these craters are more than 200 obedience, as well as failure to surrender -

G'.' / rushing him back to the depot to take It Isn't reasonable to think a man of who well, like one who's heard yards in diameter. Scattered around every faculty of the being to

;, the next train back to where he came your caliber would." I good news." are fragments of the meteorites, com his control and direction.'I .

{ from. I didn't l like that so well. I He spoke drily and Elliott, watching Able nodded. "Safer for Brandon to posed of pure nickel and Iron.


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The Clewiston News ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":,.:, have been mentioned. to a "government of the people, by 1 duPont died at his estate In Florida.
I understand that nine of these the people and for the people." Al- His body has been brought back to
candidates are all going to be elect- most identical words were used by Wilmington
RAMBLINGS Del., and now, less thana
Published every Friday in Clewiston, : ed by the American Legion, seven- John Wycliffe in the 14th century, I month later, Yip, broken-hearted,

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, teen others are walkin' around with and by Robespierre, Thomas Cooper, has passed on. The extraordinary

Inc. INN:":NN MNNONNONNNNNNN:NHNNNNNN/, all the Baptists' votes in their pock- Joseph Story, Daniel Webster and friendship between dog and master .A' ,
ets. On the other hand one bird tells I Theodore Parker long before Lin- is being r:
for Yip, too, is !
Keathley Bowden, Editor All roads lead to Clewiston these' me that his candidate has the coln uttered them at Gettysburg.Even being brought back from Florida to ..
days, it would We Knights of Columbus behind him
appear. were
the Golden Rule, which find
appears a grave at the feet of his master. -
Entered as second class mail mat-i practically overwhelmed with visi- and can't lose. in the New Testament was ex- It is a true life story that surpasses -
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post tors Tuesday when a motorcade Of course all the candidates are pressed by Confucius five centuries I many of the kind recounted

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under from the East Coast visited the lake smeared from head to foot with before Christ, and by other ancient I I in fiction.-Boston Post.
the Act; of March 3, 1897. section to view the federal levee' : Union Labels. They got 'em in their teachers. I
project x>n Lake Okeechobee. The I hats, on their B. V. D's. in the cuffs I I Perhaps the most catchy phrase ---

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. visit was a revelation to a few of their trousers and on their hand-: ever uttered by the late William CAUSE OF DUST STORMS

Advertising rates on application. hundred people who had never seen bills. Jennings Bryan contained his

the project. There are scores of people While the legislature was in ses- "crown of thorns and cross of gold"
Devoted to the advancement and in Clewiston, also, who have sion, several fellows who weren'thandicapped metaphor, which is Icredtted with The blue ribbon for the best story

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry never been on top of the levee, and by bein' a member triedto securing his nomination for the pre- told at the newspaper convention is

County. have never seen the hurricane gate I I steal a march on the legislative sidency in 1896. It has been and still hereby awarded to Julia Coburn, of

: at close range. The youngsters think boys. by sneakin. around from high I Is generally believed that the phrasewas the Ladies Home Journal, who held
it's mostly a swell place to go swim- school to high school, makin' commencement original with Bryan, but the the editors spellbound for nearly an

MOTORCADES: AND ming and although it has 'material speeches, or happenin' in Congressional Record shows that it I hour discussing woman's pages in
THE LAKE WORK: advantages in that direction It is i at civic club luncheons and sayin'a newspapers. Miss Coburn ,said that
was spoken by Congressman Samuel
also a marvelous piece of engineering few words. W. McCall several months bero're.1 4 she had asked the assistant secretary

Last Tuesday afternoon Clewiston and construction. It is of easy There really ought to be a law to But no one whose words have i I of agriculture, Dr. Rexford Tugwell,

was visited by an East Coast motor- access and if you haven't seen it, we prevent these birds from fudgin' been appropriated by another could; what the department had found to

cade containing some seventyfivecars advise a trip up there. that way. They ought to be made to 'I have shown a better spirit toward an be the cause of the terrific dust

and close to, two hundred andfifty One of the visitors evidently undertook wait until they get the gun and all imitator than McCall showed toward storms in the prairie country and

people drawn to the Lake sec to get quite a good look at start at the same time. I his in this instance. When questioned that he 'had replied: "There are a

tion, many of them, simply by curo- the gate or at the swimming placp, Of course none of 'em said any- about it later, McCall said: explanations
sity to see what was going on In this for he fell in head first and another thing about beln'' gubernatorial candidates "Yes, Bryan borrowed It from one I I '

inland section of Florida which is visitor had to jump in and pull him ,-that wouldn't be exactly of my Congressional speeches, and to the imagination is that they start-

still regarded by many coastal resi- out. It has 1 been; reported that the ethical right at this time. But nev- probably I stole it from somebody I ed in Utah, caused by Mae West

dents as a bIg\swamp*! which no one first visitor dropped a wallet con- ertheless they are stayin' right in else.Apopka Chief. walking over the grave of Brigham

should try to Inhabit.To taining almost fifty dollars in the the middle of the spotlight so they i Young.--Editor and Publisher.One .

those with such an ,idea, it is water. If that is true, the attractionsof won't be hard to find in case they
not difficult to picture their surpriseat the place for diving should be get the call.
finding as much or more activity greatly increased.The Some of 'em are goin' to run on of the most definite indica-
A Florida went to tions that business is better is the
boy Washington
around the shores of Lake Okee- THEIR record, while one ortwo -
bank'was closed Monday, and in search of a federal Job. He fact that checks are beginning
chobee than in any section of the others hope to win out by runnin on I to/j"
we saw at least half a dozen out of come
was not after an "appointment. back marked "no funds" instead
state; permanent homes being built, t.heother'fellow's. It looks to me like AI( '
town people come up to deposit job paying $1,200 was the of "no bank." "
stores with fixtures as it would be the most promisin' cam-
modern as may be found in any of i their bags. We of all money with Saturday'sreceipts. paign in years and it's gonna be a I of his immediate ambition. He plug- I -Punta Gorda Herald
thought at first that
ged around for eight months in
their home cities, and at least one Mr. Downs question of which guy can
and Miss Bonnie
had dis-
town which rivals most of the East covered that the ise his opponent.But out-proiU-1 search of a job.
Coast towns in population.And legislature finally if you ask me, I The story is now being told of -
adjourned and declared a holidayto how he succeeded and this ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
poor sufferin' taxpayers and is the
they were royally entertained sovereign -
celebrate the REQUEST
while here return. How- citizens ought to have few way it reads. He walked into one of
being escorted a
by U. ,S.
ever, turned out to be JeffersonDavis'
Engineers their : months' vacation. If we could just the department offices, and conceal-
on trip of inspec- birthday instead. I I C. E. STEBEL
ing his hat in an ante-room, marched -
tion of the flood control project who The have some kind of a closed seasonon
accomplishments of the legislature -
courteously and efficiently explained politics it would be a wonderful into the organization and asked:
seem to be partly all in the Electrical Contracting
the phases of the work which is point of view. Speaking particularlyof thing. No wonder half the country is "Where is my desk:? I

being done by the government to the school financing-read starvin' to death when instead of Somebody showed him one. Some- PHONE 2121

protect lives and property in the Ev- headlines of various the bein' permitted to pay some atten- body else administered' the oath an.ll PAHOKEE FLORIDA
newspapers on much to his surprise he found him-
erglades section. tion to our own business we are call-
We the subject. One will say "Schools ed to spend half timetrampin' self on the payroll with a .$3,000
are quite sure that this groupof upon our Agent for
Ample Funds", the next that
people from the East Coast around askin' folks to position.
are Left Out by Legisla-
their visit, from the time they tors." work and vote for so and so and Other Floridians who have a de I

started their trip at Canal Point until then after WP elect 'em and set: that sire to get on Uncle Sam's payroll RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES
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One of the best
jokes heard
tney! turned back to their homes agony over with, beln' called ,on to Washington are not advised to try .
after seeing a demonstration of the lately was pulled on a practical devote the rest of our time to writ- the same stunt. The fellow who pull-

hurricane gate here. Now another joker-Tom Shelley. It seems that in' our Senator, Representative or ed it is one in a million.=Sarasota

motorcade Is being planned in the Tom, together with a gang' of friends somebody else about, this or that, Herald.
near future by West Coast citizensto walked in a local drug store just as peddlin' petitions of support or pro- ,1':.N: :N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N N N N.:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N:.;

view the a well-known and popular tobacco test and endorsin' .t. "t'
Okeechobee somebody's cousinEz 0
, projects. A DOG AXD MASTERFew .. New and Used
They too, will visit Clewiston and salesman missed getting the jackpot a for Postmaster. J J .., .; + .
on the slot machine. The sales- A 'to.
plan to have
lunch on the an ridge.old-fashioned picnic I man gave an excited yell and some- BORROWED THOUGHTS stories exceed in sentimentthat ::1:: FURNITUREBELLE :*_
one slapped him the of the late Alfred I. duPont and
on back
Such ex-
visits will do much to estab- -- y
his dog, YJp. became
lish closer relations uberantly. The salesman clamped his friends 'i' y
between the hand his "Verify your quotations" is the one day when the wealthy man was y
over and said "Ouch!
tions Lake and district should and the Coastal sec- You knocked out eye my glass eye." advice of someone, but the advice is sauntering about a golf 'course and :: GLADE :_:
mutual sometimes difficult to follow. In the, Yip approache'd. It might seem that
benefit to both began the search for the I '
sections. glass ,eye, and while the salesman case of many famous sayings it is the man would have shooed the dog _:: FURNITURE COMPANY :i= 1

The nation rejoices that the lat- bemoaned the loss of the eye, the hard to find out who really said away, for he was unkempt-and a I ? Y

est victim of kidnapers :was returned gang began; gingerly to look for the them first. There are many instancesof mongrel. :: Belle Glade Florida ::

to his parents unharmed. It is to lost member.: The climax came when striking phrases which have been Instead, he stooped, patted the :.z.: :t:

be hoped that the federal agents will Tom was on his hands and knees, attributed to prominent persons who dog, brushed his eyes, and v took him I + Next Door "To Theatre J .;-

close in on this mob of vicious lighting matches and searching really borrowed them from others. to his magnificent home. They were .A. '.'
For . . . . . .
criminals within a short time and I I closely; the salesman could stand example, Lincoln's reference pals from then on. Last month Mr. .. vvv .. ..

put an end to their operations. his own joke no longer and he

I laughed and winked both his good )I

With the blue eagle bagged by eyes at the drug clerk. Tom and the

the supreme court everyone wonders gang sneaked out.
what the president's next step will

he be.'will We feel safe in predicting that .:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:.... '
not allow the progress made V Attractive Clewiston Home Sraqll Cash Payment i i't'
under the NRA to be chucked without .t.

a great struggle to substitute 1 TOO LATE TO :|j:: '' ..!:..

r. some other effective plan. .. ,, ':,' "0'i'
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Another speed record falls as the x x .:.
Y .s,
giant French liner Normandie crosses .. s. ''t'.. ..t.'i' .
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the Atlantic
3,192 miles at an .:,
average speed of 29.64 knots per 't' .!.

hour. Her maximum speed was 31.- I_: RUSSElL KAY :_: ''...'' ,,.',..
39 knots. Begins to look :: :
as though ors tz :x: 'i' I'
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the ocean liners were trying to \* .t. s
compete 1 Y ii ':' .:.
, with airplanes for speed in ,:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N N:N N:. ':' .:' !":
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crossing.The Well, now. that the legislature has .i' "s. .
"came" and "went" maybe 't' '!. -'
we ought I 't' ,",
Dionne quintuplets have had to '' :
settle down and see what we can : "'
to share the spotlight this week with do about makin' a livin'-but the ''t',' ,,'t,.

the Keys quadruplets, of Hollis, Ok- chances are we won't. 'i' '!.

lahoma, who on Wednesday of this Just about the time we get ready '"t'. ."':,'
week celebrated their twentieth to forget about .s. .:'
politics and see if we '' ...
birthday. These four sisters, grownto can make a sale or two, along comes 't': .:.

womanhood unspoiled by fame a flock of sound-wagons and stump ''t'' ..':',
are very attractive, are all accomplished ; speakers to inform us that we don't ':,' :,

musicians and state that they need to think we can pick up our .? ":'
are uninterested in marriage. knittin' and 's' ".':.'
go on where we "left I '..'
off, because the important questionof i t a r r I 's' .".','

" KEEP OUR MONEY BY YOUr electin' a president, a governorand 't''f ..!.
-- a whole slew of minor officialshas '' .'.
: Trading'at home is a trite expres- got to be decided and with the :' ;. '. '' '!.
sion. It is worthy of the attention limited time' between now and next -. 'I' 'i'

:,: of every buyer of this county' ,' just summer we've got to give the matter :

the same. all of our time and attention. ... ( : ,;;\ ; n
The <\ material prosperity of every And so the great political Merry- : : :,

inhabitant depends upon the gross Go-'Round is never ending and nev- I, '4'." -, 't ,t... .. :
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amount of money that stays in circulation er over. We spend half our time '' ":!.
locally. When you take tryin' to decide who to vote for and ':' .'.

your spending money out of this the other half worryin' about what '
great pool you are certain to lower they'll do after they're elected. '"' Pay The Balance Like Rent ) H "

the level some. When hundreds of But It begins to look like the corning ":' ":'

others follow your lead the effect race for governor is going to attract +: := WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :i: :}i:

on local business is serious. darn near as many candidates YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :;: :_.
try be reasonable in advocating there are voters. As near was I :
home trading. It is a problem can figure out just about everybody I'I'as

that requires the careful cooperation in the House and Senate are scheduled ::=I Clewiston Home Building, Associafion =:

of merchants as well as buyers. Both to make the race; all cabinet I :i s i'M

must do their part In the fight to officers arc slated by the experts >'t -!' ,t.

keep money tit home.-Klaslmmeo- who dope oat such things; at least! : PHONE 102 ".b;., ti:
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two dozen PROMINENT citizens|II i -

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r fl I..N..N1N. ..N..N..N..N..N..N..N..N..N..N..M..N..N..N..N1N. ..N..N..N..N..Nt.ti .-.- Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman spent: Mrs. Charles Trainor and Barbara or, Mrs. C. W. McDonald and Mrs-.1 J. M. COUSE 1
t .t tI the week-end with friends In Miami. Ann, and 1Irs.J.. W. Bruce and Robert N. Smitfa. .
: Personal Mention :i: Sarah and Mary Dean Bruce. s I
I -- I Counselor and Attorney at Law \4

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. E.Mr.L. Stewart and Mrs.and M. R.H. ;L.Crouch Coker, Mrs.returned -: Mrs. W. H. Redelsheimer enter- FOR RENT-4-Room Apartment. Hopkins Building i!
Newly painted
Wednesdajs and f\
,'I k -- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turner were Monday from a week-end in tained informally at tea Saturday afternoon bath. See J. B. Sigler. Up tf Saturdays .
t!:"visitors in Okeechobee Thursday.Mrs. Cuba. The party motored to Miami for Mrs. B. D. Cole, Jr./ of 9:30 to 4:00 1i

and made the trip by PanAmericanplane West Palm Beach, who with her hus- ,_._ 1
Walter Vaughn, Jr., visited to HaVana and return. band was a guest in the Redelsheimer L. B. MershonAGENT !
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6 friends in Canal Point Sunday.Mr. home. Other guests were Mrs. F. .. 1N.N.N.N. .N.N.N.N/N.N.N.N.N.NN. .N.
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., Mrs. L. M. Oliphant and Mrs. Geo. Deane Duff, Mrs. Fred I. Hill, Mrs. Jt i
t and Mrs. C. R. Cruze spent Eleazer of Marietta. Georgia, left for Francis Wright, Mrs O. F. Schiffli, New York Life I II .
Sunday in Wauchula.M. their homes Sunday after a week's Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson I

I i visit with Mrs. Oliphant's daughter, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. William Insurance Company Good FarmLand !
H. Mills, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs.
Mrs. R. C. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold made.a business trip
Wilson accompanied the visitors to Tom Shelley and Miss Virginia Gal ARCADIA, FLORIDAA. I
I / to Tampa Monday. I
Haines City to board the train. lant. II I H 1
R. M. Hare'is spending a few days J. LITTLE I I
! in West Palm Beach.' Announcement has been made of AFTERXOOX BRIDGE PARTY I
! AT MRS. SIMPSOX'S for Rent
I! the engagement and approaching 1I0)1F.1 OsteopathBy i iI ii
I C. S. Fagan and Miss Florence Fa- marriage of Miss Maud Minter of i
. ganof Savannah, Georgia, are Jacksonville and J. F. Curry of Mrs. W. F. Simpson and I Appointment {
spending several days in Clewiston. Clewiston and Key West. The wed- Keathley Bowden entertained with I
Jacksonvilleon a bridge party:, Tuesday afternoon at LAKE HARBOR, FLORIDA
ding will take place in ..
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:Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Webb of Or- June 9th and the couple will, .1 Mrs. Simpson's home on the government II

landb. here on business this make their home in Clewiston.A reservation. I II I
were .
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week.. fr. I Mrs. F. M. Wright won a set of 1 1I I &1' '" I'J'J UI."J"" '" """"h"''''' '= f
finger tip towels for high score:I
Mrs. W. C.--Prewitt left Fridayfor group enjoying an evening of prize"Mrs.; M. R, Lawler, with second -'I You Wreck 'Em TrespassersWill I

Fort Meade for a visit with her dancing at the club house Saturday I high score, received a set of \
We Fix 'Em
mother. included Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Iron- cocktail napkins. Mrs. Campbell I

monger and their guests Mr. and I Nall, holder of low score, was presented I ProsecutedClewiston :
Mr. and Mrs R. C. Baird of Jack- Mrs. Schattle, Miss Virginia Sharp, a box of writing paper, and PAINTING --.BODY AND
Miss Eunice Meredith, Mr. and Mrs. Munroe FENDER WORK I
made the J
, sonville spent a few days in Clew- Mrs A. A. who 1
iston on business this week. J. F. Tippey, Mr. and Mrs. Zerney lucky cut, received a set of desk TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY I
Meredith, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Byrd, novelties. '

Mr. and Mrs. Foster Meredith, Sid- Deane Duff, !
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs were I Playing were Mrs. F. Done by An Expert
visitors in Miami Sunday and Monday ney Hoover, E. Renick, John Lucaa Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Mark R. I
Courteous Service
and Lawson Jones. Lawler, Mrs. Gayle McFadden, Mrs. I

I. ., -to't. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs.F. Work Guaranteed. I The

'. ). Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie Mrs. R. H. Collins entertained a M. Wright, Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, I Prices Reasonable. i
i spent the week-end in Lakeland. few of her friends with' a mother- Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. G. B.

-- small daughter luncheon Friday.I. Rackstraw, Mrs. J. F. McLure, Jr., PIONEERService

Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Berner, were The menu was planned from foods Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. E.
visitors in West Palm Beach yes ter- suitable for the youngsters and was L. Stewart, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. Station Company

day. also adapted to the mothers. Enjoy-I Wm. H. Mills, Mrs. D. G. Alston, BELLE GLADE PHONE 10 1 1I 1I
ing the occasion were Mrs. A. V. Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. H. R. Hall, I
Fred" Puryear and C. L. Downs Southard and daughter, Eleanor, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. C. E. Nall, I Wrecker Service at All Hours I

made a business trip to Miami Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Emma Jane, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. C. F.. Train-I ,, ,- _.- '"".: = .:N.H:...N.N.N NON/N:1.:N:ti.N:..:N.N1N. :N..:N:N:.JV'


Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Miller of

Birmingham are spending a few days

here transacting business. How Buy USED CAR '

was C.a. T.business Ellis of visitor, West here Palm Wednes-Beach ",, ./, 10 A ::. .

day. ,: I
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M. R. Lawler and J. B. Dotterer : ''
I were visitors in Indiantown Wednes ,1re tF I. E -r l : ;;;;Ow.. )

rt; day. :: v AJ r" \ .
: Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Nail made f :

j: I I a business trip to Fellsmore Satur- ; ?{ to tt6 C@fl Value

i \ day. -._"_ a or

R. Boe, Glades county representative :\z i ,
was a business visitor in Clew
iston Tuesday.

Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and I

- daughter Emma Jane, were visitors
%f in West Palm Beach Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles. F. Trainor

and daughter, Barbara Ann, were
visitors 'in West Palm Beach Satur1 -
day. :

t -
1 f Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and

. little son, Joe, and Mr. and Mrs.R. .
., D. "VMhiddon spent Sunday in Stu-

I. ,
t t,' Mrs. Dan B. Allen and daughter,
MarjorIe, left Sunday for a vacation .
i during which they will visit, in
'.,' Haines City and Winter[ Haven.

f' Mrs. J. W. Bruce and little daugh-

ters, Dean and Sarah, left Sunday

. for a month's visit? with relatives in j' .
: Atlanta.Mr. .:'..>t 1.1'''''rowwra' 1 r : ,, ;1 II st "'" f1 /f1i?!

.. '-'r.:.. :i>.- ,,P i:: :,!,I !U. ij I :@ ,.} ( if.)' I
f' _,, ::-': '. '. '. J DEAL USED'CARS
and Mrs. : ": ALL SQUARE
G. B. Thomas and .: .. : ..' I II {):
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t o daughter, Mary Louise, left Monday .t;,.:: :.: __.. =.. f :'i p : :. .:! t Jll I .IP4) AND TRUCKS ARE PUT I
for a several weeks vacation, during : I
' Ii which they will visit Hot Springs. :!:>:: ..... THROUGH THE FOLLOWING
Mrs. J. A. McGehee and daughter,
l Runelle few the OPERATiONS :
: spent a days over
you are a trained me- lar make cars have been turned in
week-end visiting in Fort Lauder-
, '. dale. you can scarcely lnow: for the new Ford V-8 in large vol. 1. Clean and Wash Body.Chassis ,
I 4, the actual condition of a used car "ume. This means you have a better 2. Clean and Paint! Motor
' before buy it. But fortunately selection lower for where 3. Recondition Motor where necessary
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Poole and you : at prices; I
" I son, Jimmy, left by motor Saturdayfor there is one sure way to get a used volume is big, prices are naturally A. Reconditioning of Transmission nzces*
car that is in first rate conditionata .lower values sary i
a vacation trip to Oklahoma to 5. Recondition Rear Axle where necessary
: visit Mr. Poole's mother and other price that represents honest valns. Why take chances when buyinga 6. Recondition Front Construction where necessary I!
relatives.: Go to your nearest Ford dealer used car? Why risk unsatisfactory I

{ -- and select a Square Deal used car performance or costly misunder.. 7. Recondition Steering where necessary
Miss Evelyn Hare is visiting Mr. -any make or model.You can buy standings as to service orguarantee? 0. Check All Wheels
and Mrs. N. C. Storey in Miami this it with complete confidencetheSquare Play safe, buy a Square Deal used 9. Check All Brakes
week. Harold Spikes and Mrs. F. R. Deal mark is your protec car from your Ford dealer and ride 10. Check Paint-repaint where necessary
Maxwell accompanied her to Miami tion. It means that the car has been with satisfaction and economy.: Sec 11. Check Top carefully! I
12. Chedc and Clean Upholstery ;
Sunday.Mr. thoroughly reconditioned bv the values Ford .
expert exceptional your 13. Check Lights i 1
mechanics! through the twenty dealer is offering; today in. Square 14. Check Windshield Wipers
and Mrs.A. W. Lawrence left operations listed at the right and it Deal used cars and trucks. Easy 15. Check Tires-replace where necessary
Sunday for Rushmore, Minnesota to
means a Gold Certificate guaranteeof terms can be arranged. Remember, 16. Lubricate thoroughly :
spend their vacation. ,They will visit qualitybacked by the reputationof only Ford dealers 'sell Square Deal 17. Drain, Flush and Refill Crankcase j!!
i Mr. Lawrence's parents and other an authorized Ford dealer used cars 18. Flush and check Radiator j
relatives and friends.
If''f' Now is the best time to buy a 19. Check Battery
Square Deal used from Note: Ford dealers arc also offering ,20. All Square Deal Cars Road-tested i
V car your
the Clewiston ,
Among residents limited number of cart"as la. These
'spending Saturday shopping ,in West Ford dealer. Late models of popu- are priced to make them real bargains. ALL SQUARE DEAL USED CARS i

Palm Beach were Mr. and Mrs. George TESTED ON FORD LABORATORY I

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day night from Tallahassee where .
he spent sixty days.serving AS 13 nd- I II
ry county's 'representative in the1Qgislatur9. THE AIR-ForJ Symphony Orchestra. Sunday Evenings-Fred Waring, Thursday EvenIngs-ColumbIa Network...... -



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\ They had not been engaged long, but
his 'love was already beginning to cool. C G ,
"Ilarold," she murmured "how muchdo
cy you love me?"
He considered for a moment.
"Well, you see," he said-for he wasa c' '
practical 'outh-"love not the sort oe.
of thing you can weigh up In shop ..yUDy .
scales, is it? But, still-I love you."
G o U .,', '
"But-but would you-would you go
through fire and water for me?"
Harold rose and reached for his bat.
"Now, look here" he said, "if that's oGcV, )G.caG 'r.
ter" the sort of fellow you're looking for, o.o Uee
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: dollars to go shopping with today.:
., /1 What are you going to get with it?
western Newspaper Un1o0 Wifey-Nothing, but luncheon dear. A pleated sleeve that forms an
I'm going to have everything else. epaulet shoulder is new and createsa
charged. striking effect. (Note the back
I FINNEY OF THE FORCE By Ted O'Loughlin Fugitive view, too.) Add to that, the center
.9 U<>trrn N p p r Union
Obedient front buttoning that is so much the
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' WHO? ME ? received various injunctions about be line, and a patch pocket, and you'vea
/ AIN'?' IT ? OIVE GOT : -WHY ? havlor. shirtmaker: frock of unrivaledchic.

I ,'ASKr'COME. I "Mind you do not sample everythingon It's; a. grand thing to jump
v -i 'LOMCy WIT' MEiIT the table," was morther's parting into for that unexpected jaunt, and
remark. Is smartly at home in practically
On her return Mary was telling of any daytime environment. Hake: it
='I ;;;:; the many good tiling's' provided at the in a 'new printed linen or cotton,

I I ll =, II"0\) party or a cravat silk. It's stunning, too,'
I \ 1 =: "I hope you remembered what I said in plaided or .striped sports: seer-
\ IWAL I- / about not sampling everything" said sucker or cotton.

-'- U > II IV her mother anxiously. Pattern 2212 is available in sizes
-= ;: -"
= -g '" : "Oh, yes," said Mary, proudly. "1 14, 1C, IS. 20, 32, 34, 30. 3S, 40 and
.... =..-- ( t didn't have any of the bread and but 42. Size .1C takes 31 yards 39 inch
.6 ter.-TIt- Magazine.. fabric Illustrated step-by-step sewing -
< :- instructions included.
DeadheadThe SEND FIFTEEN CENTS (loc) in "-"
actress' small son was sent to coins or stamps (coins preferred) ,for:
Sunday school and returned an hour this pattern. Write plainly name.
later with bis collection money intact. address, and style number. 'BE
Mother asked him why he had not SURE TO STATE SIZE.-
put the pennies In ,the plate. Address orders to the Sewing Cir-
"Well, you see," exclaimed the cle, Pattern Department, 243 Wes
Seventeenth Street, New York City.
child, "I met the parson outside the ,
wANTitEZ I IM COURT- RUN 'W>WHER, '( WOULDN'T door and he got me in free."-Stray ,


HER. Ferocity you think ;you can keep that
AND wAIT r WOULD XOLl ? "How's the war on crime going in desperado In jail?"

SILL i TELL YouELSE -0-'::> I'M AREFUGEE-- Crimson Gulch?" "I don't know," answered Cactus
"You couldn't call it a war," said Joe. "We're doin' our best. We have
,... p 'A1 SUE Cactus Joe. "The boys have been
fired two cooks he didn't like: given
3X THAT'S WHAT! mixed in together in such wild stuff him credit at the ticker dispensaryand
jD; that it's something' fiercer than a war. subscribed for all the magazines.But .
It's a family quarrel." somehow we don't seem able to

keep: him satisfied."

aa r Taking No Chances
Quiggle-Do you ever pause and reflect Just Out of Sight
1 \p on the opportunities you have "What do you think of all this Investigation -
missed? ?"

J Wiggle-No. It would be Just my "It makes: me kind o' nervous," an-
luck to miss some more while I was swered Mr. Dustin Stax. "Prosperity -
k reflecting. Is just around the corner. But Jso's
weetern Newspaper Unloa I
a policeman. r

Down and Out made you drop that steaming hot tow Not Close Enough WNU-7 22-35
The aviation instructor, having delivered el on my face? Sergeant-Did you shave this morn
a lecture on parachute work, Barber-It was too hot to hold.- ing?
concluded: Pathfinder, Magazine. New Recruit-Yes, sir.'
"And if it doesn't open-well, gen Sergeant-Well, next time, stand a
tlemen, that's what Is known as 'jump- Freaksome little closer to the razor. '
Ing to a conclusion.' "You are accused of having some

freak ideas," said the Interviewer. BIFF!
CAMOUFLAGED"Say "Maybe it's a matter of habit," answered

Senator Sorghum. "I beganmy .
po- sideshow.oratorical" career as barker for a 0a 0 C

Situations and Jobs

"What do you think of the political) two"cruet

situation?" _. ,4
-- -- --
"Situations don't occupy my mind
air?" ::1' >
"What is favorite
Just !
now so. much; as plain jobs demanded "
by constituents." Is an unlucky fellow." "The millionaire.
"I should say so; he can find two
lemons where only banded Carefree Art .
Meaning? one was out
you're all dressed up." before.:' "An artist should not have to think
Aphasia Victim-I can't rememberwho
"Yes, I'm 'hot about ;
a dog. I am or where 1 live, but here'smy money. # 11
wife's photograph.Cop Time Out"What's I "Perhaps you are right, said Mr.
Charity I Dustin Stax. "Every time an artist
Organization "
(looking at it-You're a lucky leisure, pa?
Telllt-That's the society for improvIng I man.-Philadelphia Inquirer. i.tries to sell me a picture: he wants G
the condition of the poor I minutes' I enough money to keep him from worry

Asker-I thought that was the rolllionlllres' Knew About Friday is hunting up something else for, him I the rest of his life."

club? Sunday School Teacher-Can you to do." Choice of I"Doesn't
Tellit-It Is; every member has a tell something about Good
dozen Friday, Wilkins ever get tired .of
poor relatives.A James? Scarcity of Truth liis wife's continued sulkiness

James-Yes'm ; he was the fellow Man-Truth Is stranger than fiction "I think not. He says when she's
Steaming Question that did the housework for Robinson Friend-Maybe It only seems stranger good-natured, she slngs.-Stray Stories
Barber Shop-What Crusoe.-Pearson's Weekly. It's so much scarcer. Magazine.


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I Wheel of Mystery I sembling, will be mailed to you TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT

l : BRISBANE upon receipt of 15c.f I The daughter of, the house, writes ".

Dental Hygiene Quilt PicturesqueBy Address-HOME CRAFT COM- I a Sandusky reader was talking over: .,
: NIne- the
I problem of, what to serve her
GRANDMOTHER CLARK : teenth and S t. Louis Avenue, St. :'bridge club
THIS WEEK a group of girls] with
4 O: Louis, Mo.Enclose finicky appetites. '. '

f a stamped addressed envelope One girl disliked ,salads, one
The Road to HealthBy
A ) ] for reply when writing for fused

Jane Addams. of Hull House any information. _fruit'and sweets utill ,another another shunned never

'il What Is Reality? DR. R. ALLEN GRIFFITH "Well," her disgusted re'I I 'I

Ludeuclorff Said No -a. . . . .-.-.. S I S ... Kindergarten Value brother.put In, "about the only '

A Woodpecker Sermon One of the ''great contributions of left for, that bunch is a good chaw
DISCOLORED TEETH kindergartens Is the freedom I t'
tobacco."-Cleveland] ] Plain] Dealer. ,
! ,Miss Jane Addams "of Hull House"is school work. ,They have provideda "t

I dead. She set an admirable example are never pure white. A homelike atmosphere in the school '

before men and TEETH teeth look white because of that has enabled] the child to read- Try CARDUI For'" ', .:; ;1

I women. She devotedher the contrast with his dark skin. Most just himself to a new' environmentIn ;

life and] her for teeth are a blending of yellow and a happy; way.-William S. Taylor, I Functional Monthly Pains :;"t

tune, all of her blue. The both Dean, College of Education Univer-
enamel and dentine are Women from the 'teen age to the ".

time i effort and semi-translucent] the dentim carryingthe sity of Kentucky, Lexington. change of life have foundCa.rdui .

money 'to the welfare is Free publicity literature for the relief of
r underlying color, which more on the genuinely helpful ,

l of unfortunate or less yellow.Discoloration. kinflergarten may be obtained for use functional.monthly pains due to lack :":;

women and chil- of just the right strength from the '
] of the teeth Is usually in any effort to secure a public school I "
dren., She was one kindergarten. Write to the National food they eat Mrs. Crit Haynes, of '
due to deposits on the outer sur- 1
of those that makeit Essex, Mo., writes: "I used Cardui ,
face, to fillings or to drugs to. treat Kindergarten association, 8 Wet when a girl for cramps and found it very ',<:.
difficult not to be- Fortieth street, New York beneficial. I have taken Cardui .
teeth. Deposits that form on the outer city recently .;
1 lieve in heaven.If : during the change of life. I was very nervous ::'
surfaces of teeth due to the formation -
) are had head and back pains and was ina
,,/I'(' there were no of mucln plaques which become ..... But They Can Refrain generally run-down" condition. Cardui- 'I
future rewards for Those who tell suffer bas helped me greatly.
] stained by food tobacco, etc. jokes poorly' Thousands of women testify Cardui benefited '

.. such goodness the This class of stains is due entirely to This quilt dates back many generations from being misunderstood them. 'If .it does nob benefit YOU,
->: -- consult ,
entire universe, a .
and there are possibly several .
failure to keep the tooth surfaces .
i, Arthur Brisbane with its relativities] clean. reasons why It is called the

i quantums, electrons "Wheel of. Mystery." Each 18-inch
Where the enamel Is broken or worn IL1LiJ EYES SS3S& '
J and light-years, would, be one ghastly block is composed of 9-inch blocks ,
I\: :I .' away so the dentine is exposed it Is relleves and cures sore and inflamed eyes tall to<3 '
joke. set together in reversed color com- WORK hours. Helps tbe weak eyed, cures without pain. 1:;-.
I and
[ 0'i 'very easily discolored. When front Ask yonrdrnggIstordealerforsALTEIt'SOnly

i,; Learned Professor Einstein, with the teeth erupt their cutting 'edges have light binations.on dark Two material small and blocks the other are than a $ I 10022 ; ::2)) from BcformDlspeiisajy P-O.Bo:161AuantatGa. ;

three serrations which
wear away as
also learned Professors B. Podolsky two dark ,on light material. When WASHINGMACHINE :
! I the teeth are used. This wear increases ,
r and N. Rosen, all of Princeton Institute the 18-Inch blocks are set together, PARKER'S '

,k '!, for Advanced Study, makes a deep with age and finally, in many Instances as Illustrated above, you will see 3 HAIR BALSAM :.
\ the enamel is worn through. a Removes Dan dm(T-S top*Hair Filling '
f \. announcement, that will interest those dark wheels with light colored material Imparts Color andBeautytoGrayandFaded .
; 1 ;th., that car understand it. Discoloration] then Is easy. Many, to- and wheels with dark Hair 'i
, .- ;.,. bacco users' teeth! finally become very light 60c end$1.00 at Druggists. \
This is It, condensed : dark .the stain colored 'material. Count the circles No Heating with: Matches or T or h n.NoWaHing..Lighh HOT| Chpm.Wkg..Patehoinie.N'?. :
as penetrates throughthe
"A scientific theory can be devised Like Gas FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in :
tiny canals 'which radiate all from left to right In the above assembled Instantly, connectionwithParker'sHairBalsamJUakeathehair ,,'
/ "
I which, will completely] describe reality. who quilt. The colors seem to your ironing time one-third: soft and fluffy.50 cents by mail or at druggists /'
through the dentine. Women REDUCE .
.Hiscox Chemical Works Patchogne N.Y.
' i It 'seems the present scientific' theory smoke will 'find their front teeth growing reverse 'as the eye travels across your labor one-half! The Cole-

4 ;{ I ;,' supposed to 'give a description of When making the quilt use two man Self-Heating Iron will save you
I' disgustingly unsightly they
; j : physical] reality by the Uquantummei as contrasting 'solid, colors for patchesto more time and work than a $100washing

! I i I chanical" method/ does not work out grow Pitted older.teeth ,are also a source of get the proper effect. Twenty can be machine comfortable.! Iron No any endless place trips where carryingiron you Make' $20 to $35, a Week '

1-1; satisfactorily, and you are sorry. 'you discoloration. teeth usually IS-inch blocks with a G-inch border from stove to board. Operating cost only Sell tho famous BermarLno lino of cosmetics ;'
Pits in
are hour. do better Ironing, for nceros. lUg profits. FREK: :! samples and
/ 6 Helps
an you
: t, '. learned it due to childhood diseases, such as will make a quilt 81x09! Inches. easier, quicker.See : Repeat circulars, orders create increase demand Aptwlntownngents- ,

i I; ----=- measles, scarlet fever, etc. Any Illness This is one of the 33 patchwork] your hardware or housefumishlng, eaIer.If possibilities to build earnings a stcQ.t1J'money-weekly. Unlimited .- .

i, It Is pleasant to ,see scientists on the quilts in book No. 23. All ,illustrated local dealer doesn't handle,write us. making business and be your own boss. -
that interferes with the nutrition fora
I,i THE COLEMAN LAMP & STOVE COMPANYDopt.VU305. Drop a postcard for details to
,:'. shore of the ocean of knowledge] playIng short period of time cause, pitsIn with, instructions, cutting charts, Wichita, Kana; Chicago. 111.; Los BERMARINE PERFUMERY CO. '
'little may Angeles, Calif.; Philadelphia, Pa.; or :5r- 475 Edgewood Avo. Atlanta,Ga. ,
I pebbles.
, ,l : with one or two the teeth. Yet the teeth are not and showing different ways for ,as- Ontario, Canada
i Science far from "scientific the- f
is any
directly attacked by these diseases, as
,'; ory that will completely] describe reality
people are
many suppose.
", for tell hatUrealIty" ..
science cannot
frequently asked if the pits:::: are not ,

is. produced on' the teeth in the same -' '

r In a universe without, limits of time manner as they "are produced on the I

'l or space made up of particles of electricity ] face in chickenpox.. This is not''' true. George repairs his Disposition, ,

in electrons, ,
variously grouped, Sufficient nourishment is not taken :

atoms and molecules, no man-microbe
i Into the system to fulfill all of nature's -

can hope "completely] to describe re- requirements during the periodof r

ality. tooth formation. A lack of, vita- ,:,' .. ...,:...:..... '

mines in the diet during the disease : WELL...I JUSTTHOUGHT :1
'JEAN? '
Chancellor WELL Wl' T IF MEANOfIER
Hitler of
A Germany ,conferred GEORGEt1ERE GOES ,
,period; .and_the :'period of convalescencemay PERHAPS I COULD HAVE'TiaG'' + '. ,
the fighting German Gen- ': EASY FOQ IS'JOUR PARTNER
upon also] have something to do with \ CUSTOMER ,

,[ I oral Ludendorff the title] "fieM marshal the tooth malformation. CAR TOMORRoWIiW'I-rS ALL, AW, LET' MAD AS A WEf HEN YOU TO BETELL HIM To i i"JOUR 1
t r; 1 t ;Y" general]," highest rank in Germany's Pitted teeth decay rapidly because\ HIM WAIT BAD DIposrqoN CHEERFUL... PULL IN HIS I t tIS
General Ludendorff WHAT DO YOU) THINK '
army. greatest they afford a lodging place for the HE'S ALWAYS l.DSrf.lG us BUSINESS YOU'RE NOT N6CK..eeFOR6VOO i

after Von Hindenburg, In the big war fermentation 'of tood. They are usually I AM-A MAGICIAN? IM AELSE HURRyCAN'T EVERY DAY I .. HAVING WRAP A 1
declined with !
thanks his
treated by filling which is necessary I WORK WREN SOMEONE : ,- HEAOgCRES MONKEY ,

!t' 'fir) in retirement the Bavarian to a mountains.small hunting It Is lodge after decay starts. Many of, these MIRACLES 1 IS PO/MG/ AND INOIGESTON! WRENCH ir r i
, cases, can be treated by polishing. The TiE f" .
that Germany's most distinguished enamel can be polished down until the WORK : 't4 ,
: ,
I ] did ;; ::. >;
living general not. feel that surface is smooth, which prevents de- ? ;; : I

I his glory could] be Increased by' Chancellor :
cay and remove and prevents a return .' !
i' Hitler, who was a corporal] in of the discoloration. ; 'iv ,

the army-of, Austria.. ,' t I

r ,,' ., "Sermons In --L stones, and good In CITY VS. COUNTRY TEETH 1 ..r>: MA 1 1I

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everything. : NE4 E5

There must be a sermon !In the Chicago ar 1I
TT IS a commonly accepted theorythat' "
, woodpecker that every morning *, ;: \i '
the country boy Is healthier than < \ I

[ ;'". woke his neighborhood drumming on a the city boy! With his advantages of ( PZTh c '
y .; copper drainpipe.
f outdoor life and exercise, he should] 'iU i
The copper resisted, but the wood-
be, but many statistics show that he Is -t\t
pecker drummed on until a boy with examination ,
not The physical of the'school
i I' slingshot stopped him forever What I
children of the United States
is the sermon? 1

'f I Does it deal with modern efforts to shows that the country, child Is from DON'T expect ANY -- .,, ASK HIM You KNOW yoUvE OH, ACC RIGHT: CURSES,' 'i!
5 to 20 per cent more defective than '' ;
Ignore the nature of man, stand old the city child. SWfllHY FROM MG, '' WNRT HIS Gol'CoFFEE-NERVES ILL 00 ii'! 1dA1' KNOCKS f

r. 1 I "Supply and Demand" on his head, and Take the tuberculosis statistics as a GEORGE -WU KNOW ON, BUNK! JOB IS, >'' -swrfCH 10 PoS1UM iF YOU'LL JUS1 MY PI ANS !:

t prove that super-intelligence can make fOR 30 DAVe LIKE QUIT NAG6W6 FOR A LOOP
_ I the world over In ten minutes? 't--tE I AT ME NOW PLL
l \ Statistics show that only a fraction TOLODRIMKIN6 y0U-YOU'RE NEVER REPAIRING: VoC OR SAID HAVE"Surecoffee'sbadfor

of 1 cent of city children have "
Professor Kemmerer, financial expert TOO MUCH HURT y CARS oR
tuberculosis, In spite of the'smoky atmosphere -
II of Princeton, worrying about Inflation COFFEE ANYONE J Jj/ GIVING/ HEALTH
of the city, while 3.7 per "
"too much money in circulation ] fi \
cent of country children have an affection
r says the Is
,, government spending of the lungs. The proportionruns
'f';j'a money twice as fast'as it comes In.
o"" just about, four to one, against the t
j This, he says, Is done by "pumping'the
--.' rural youngsters.This .
banks full of artificial credit. Having
list could be'carried on Indefinitely I
done that, the government borrows '
; Its own money from the banks and
To what Is this condition due NR
' pays them interest, which seems mildly ,
.- ;
It can only be due to one thing. The

amusing. city child gets better medical'qnd

dental attention than the country child.
President Roosevelt] may be right
No one can 'go through our country
about professors. An eight-year-old]
districts without noticing the dirty
j girl missing In New York ;, all police .
unkempt mouths of most people.
,: ''detectives, plus' CO policemen, especially '
'- They seldom visit a dentist except to
i' children but I never
-:.; asslriedand+\ troops of Boy
have tooth' extracted. ,
I ,. '; : s searched, the neighborhood a q e S dreamed it could be
The army draft In the late war dIs- -s '
bad for me/
I ;5 : ,; vainly] for Gl hours. ,
closed the fact that the city boy has 30 OAVS iAffcR, '
Prof. Taylor Putney, Jr.. of New >..,,. I CAM TELL t "There are grown-ups
teeth and Is
far better
more perfect
',York university, said to the police: YOU WHY, who find that the caf-
physically than the boy from the ,rural
"I saw boys and girls digging a, cave TOOsiwce/ fein in coffee disagrees (
districts. The city boy has a far better SURE-BRING GEORGE G6R1pINty ',' -
In the sand late on the of thegirl's withthemltcanupset'their "
day opportunity to come In contact with I THE CAR RIGHT HAS'CftANGED/ '; H6 SWITCHED '. "
: disappearance; look there," and S nerves, cause indigestion or sleepless
the dentist' and learns to take care of I OVER I CAM ;LATELY HE'S TILE TO POSTUM
,: pointed. There at the foot of the con nights!" .
his teeth and keep them in'a high state HE'S r"6LTIWW
crete wall the girl was found, apparently In If you suspect that coffee: disagrees with you...try
of efficiency. most of city.
J smothered by .sand that had there Is 'some our lOU BY NOON W TOWN J LIKE A Postum for 30 days. Postum contains no caffein. It
schools sort of dental
caved in.Very > and bran roasted and slightly
(, examinations of the children, while is simply whole wheat ,
sweetened. It's to make, and costs less than
: only'a few states make to rt easy
old is the story of the' fish In any J half a cent a cup.Postum is a delicious drink...and
/ care for the teeth of the children In
which was found precious ,ring that country schools. may prove a real help,A product of General Foods.

'i''I I! the tyrant of Samos had dropped into The draft in the late war also showed F R E E Let us send you your first week's supplyof
the sea. And new Is the story from
I 'I that a large per cent of the physical Postum free Simply mail the coupon.
Sydney about a captured shark that
I I "
defects of our boys are remediable, and > %,; \ .
disgorged' the tattooed arm of a man. remedied GENERAL FOODS,Battle Creek Mich. w. N. u.-oo as
they were wherever
'; ..... -, The man had been, murdered, his body possible. I Send me,without obligation, a week's supply of Poatum.
; Is .
0' \ this not the best possible] argument :
:4xbr)'. dismembered, the parts thrown into 1, '
for '
military training? Would It not' Name
; the The shark /
,. sea. swallowed one arm.
be far better to draft our young men Street
: returned as evidence and the wY 1
|It murderer
who are out of work now and put them
may hang. Invent something City-
" 'more Improbabe'than] that. ; In the army where they would 'receive Fill in completely:print name and address

.;.. WNU Service. proper medical and dental care than This offer expires December 31.1935

': i King Features Syndicate. Ine.i to keep them In Idleness on a dole?
Western Newspaper Ublon.

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-PIONEERS ENJOY BOAT -RIDE- ment rather than being brought to I I I circuit. MOOltE HAVEN FEED PLANT The. hammer mill which will be used -,

Moore Haven and Iced. It will also Later this week Roy D. Stubbs, STARTS OPERATION TODAY to crush the dehydrated grasses!

of be able to Ice cars going over the of Fort Myers, elected as state at- has not yet arrived and for the time
:Miss Dorothy Lockhart, leader Florida East Coast branch which is torney in last year's election was Tho making of dairy feed from being the grass will be taken from
the Pioneers, junior church organi- dehydrated native the sacked until the .
of impossible at the present time. confirmed by the governor for this grasses soy drier and ham
zation, entertained all members No definite arrangements have position. There was for awhile some beans, alfalfa, etc., will start some- mer mill arrives and is made readJ't _,
the group with a boat ride on Lake been announced regarding the man- doubt as to whether Mr. Stubbs ori time today If the plans of the oper- for use. ""#{

Okeechobee yesterday afternoon. of the ice plant but it of Bradenton, ators of the feed mill materialize.
and agement new Dewey Dye, would
V. Southard 1 I :
Robert Paxton, :
in readiness
Is understood that Chas. Wi. Ryan win out, but with the backing of Everything was yester- MotorcadeContinued
Capt. and :Mrs. Lockhart accompanied will act in that capacity. I I Senators Gomez and Murphy, Mr.I!I day afternoon for a tryout of the I -

the group.A I II I Stubbs won the appointment. Mr. I\ plant and if everything works sat-
delightful swim was enjoyed in I e iSfactorily! the available material
I Dye will probably act as one assist- ( from page 1)
the borrow canal by James and LADIES AID MEETING ant. I will be worked up as soon as possi trip and that a closer relationship
f Owen Wynn, Eugene Moore, Leroy HELD OX THURSDAY I ble.
will exist between the East Coast
Hare, Francis Wright, Dan, Bob and I "May I have the last dance with A new chopper for the grasses and the Lake section because of the:
Jimmy Hall, Alfred J. W.. Ezelle, vice president, "
Jim Beardsley, Mrs. you. was installed this week and work- trip.
and Jas. Southard, Conrad and Ed- occupied the presiding officer's chairat "You've had it." men have been busy making certain

ward Clark, Bill and Dick Owen, the June meeting of the Ladie:: I -Inland Veteran changes in the furnace of the drier. IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?'
Alice Cowart, Roberta Spicer, Betty Aid, held yesterday afternoon at .the J I
McDuffie, Carolyn McDonald, Peggy; home of Mrs. H. R. Hall.Mrs. I' ... ------------- -

Gallant, Dorothy Hare, Mildred : A. V. Southard led the de- -
Ward and Runelle, McGehee. I votional service. Several matters of !1 .IJm! 11I1I111I11111t:;) 1111111111111! !IIIIIIIIIIIII A'.i'llii' iWill l }\ I &!!IIIIIIIIIIIII J \\llllIl nllll! 1II11I111111I! J\ 111I11111llli! jIIIIIIIIIIII! l>itill llllllllll,;JJl IIIIIIIIlIIIII! ;

business were discussed and plans y

M H. Ice Company I made for a poverty luncheon to beheld
on July 11 tho Detailed plans
To Build New PlantMoore !I will be announced later.

I Present at yesterday's meetingwere

( Raven-Democrat) I I Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. R. H.

The Moore Haven Ice Companywill Collins, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. Newspaper !
start construction Monday of I I I George Royal, Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. Advertising

their new ice plant located at Lake I H. O. Peters, Mrs. TVilfred LockhartMrs.
Harbor. Plans call for the comple-:I I. D. Leydig, Mrs. A. V. South-
ard, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. R. H.
by September 1. ,,
tion of the plant
The new plant will have a daily Knight, Mrs L. C. Miller, .Mrs. y.I. I Is The Best
Mark Lawler, Mrs.
capacity of 15-tons, about one third I F. Simpson, Mrs. ,
L, A. Turner, and Mrs. Hall
of the local plant.
the capacity
,. '.' ,:
I .
tract for the construction has been "
let to J. C. Pereno Company of Mi I Hendry Remains- o

ami.The primary purpose of the new I .'. .0' "' ;.: ... ,
plant will be the manufacture of ice (Continued from page 1) 't' I BECAUSE <:*.. ,.: "* > :. ,.
II -. -
for refrigerator cars during the vegetable appointed by Governor Sholtz and .

shipping season, thus enab- confirmed by the senate last Friday ".
I ; I Iif
ling cars to be Iced at point of ship- as judge of the new 12th judicial I t,
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i Fish Filet With Pineapple Juice I.Ir r \if,. :' 1. Newspaper reading. is a universal habit.* : i I I

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2. JThe newspaper is eagerly welcomed into.home. .

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chef of the Hotel Roosevelt,' New York, puttIng the finishing I .:::::;.-=-:--- -.- -- --_._-=-;.. -
touches to Filet of Fish, Walkikl for visiting Hawaiian celebrities.

FRUIT and fish are fine foods. Filet of Fish, Walklki I

though we think of 6 filets With of sole Pineapple(or 1 cup Sauce Hawaiian i IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH ?
this combination in terms of fish any :other white pineapple juice
fish) 1 cup of stock (a ,
with a dash of lemon squeezed over
4 finely chopped bouillon cube may
it at the table. The fish entree to shallots be substituted dial -
teaspoon finely solved In cup of I
be described here is as simple to chopped parsley water)
make as it is delicious to taste. It Yi teaspoon herb 6 tablespoons butter
bouquet 2 tablespoons flour.
differs from the ordinary fish dish 1 yolk of egg

in that it cals for fruit juice in the Butter a baking pan or dish,
actual preparation-in ther words, place the shallots in it and the MAt
filets of fish on top of the shallots, t
the natural unsweetened juice of sprinkle with parsley, salt and pep
sun/ripcned pineapples.Filet per and add the pineapple juice
of Fish, Waikiki with pine- and stock. Place the herb bouquetin I I

apple sauce, originated in the Hawaiian -' the liquid, cover with a buttered
paper and put on the top of the
Islands, where it now en- stove..
Bring to the boiling point
joys great vogue. Now that fine then put into a moderate oven, 325
pineapple juice is available every- degrees, and let simmer until the
where, it should become a national fish is cooked.
favorite in the opinion of a famous Use remaining butter to make 'i4
New York hotel chef who recently sauce. Melt butter, add flour and
prepared it for distinguished vis- stir well until cooked, then add the
itors from the Hawaiian Islands. broth from the fish and let cook at I i
Before giving the recipe, it shouldbe least five minutes, then add the
emphasized that- straight pine slightly beaten yolk of egg and cook I
apple juice must be used-not the one more minute. Pour over the \f.
syrup in which sliced pineapple is filets, sprinkle. with parsley and '
lacked. garnish with lemon and pineapple t

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