The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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{t: PATTERSON IS NEW HUFFMAN COMPANY I j Wells-Royal Handle F. H.Will A. Loans i i; Fire Control Bill SignedBy


1- i The Wells-Royal Lumber Com-

OF S. F. C. DISTRICT UNIT OF RIVER WORK an pany advertisement of Clewiston in and this Pahokee issue an-in IeI

nounce that they' have made ar- Dredges Nearing I BILL INTRODUCED IN HOUSE BY

R. Y. Patterson, of Clewiston, in The district U. S. Engineers officein langements, under the Federal I I REPRESENTATIVE ROE

charge of drainage and transportation Jacksonville on Tuesday of this 1 Housing Act to handle loans Completion of LeveeThe BECOMES LAW.

for the U. S. Sugar Corporation week opened bids for contracts on ,Icunts ranging from $2000; to $16-) I

a : was recently' named as the new the first section of the Caloosahat-jOOO for the construction of I i Governor Sholtz last week signei

- member of the South Florida Conservancy chee river work, a portion of the ces and apartments up to, residen-I U. S. Dredges, Welatka, General 1 I the bill creating, the Everglades Fire
board of ment buildings.
District's super- Caloosahatchee-Okeechobee flood
Y and Gulfport, which are Control District, introduced by Rep- .
-1 1 visors to succeed Jules M. Burgui-: control project. Bids were submittedby These loans, which are repaid in eng'ag-I I
resentative Doe of Glades
R. county
i installments extend ed at present in filling in
I I monthly may
about ten different dredging
; I and sponsored jointly all
eres.Mr.. ,Patterson is the first memberof j I firms and of these several bids that over a period of twenty years. An Interest remaining in the levee, which, when i from the district affected.The representatives -.

this board from Clewiston in spiteof of the R. C. Huffman .Construction rate of five per cent per annum closed will make the levee continuous I appointment of a fire warden

the tact that the U.. S. Sugar Company of Cleveland, Ohio, was is charged on unpaid balances from the northwest end on Fish- I is expected to be made soon by the

Company 'is the largest individual low. Their bid was $62,832 for the which is added in the monthly pay- eating Creek to Pahokee, are near- governor.

landowner in the district. His familiarity : 8.66 miles, which is considered to be ments. Taxes, fire insurance and ing the completion of their work and t
Notable law
provisions of the new
other insurance together with service -
with drainage problems en- a satisfactory bid
very should finish by the time set by the I include an appropriation from state-
countered during the time he has This section of the river work lies 'charge and mortgage insurance U. S. Engineers for completion of
wide funds of $50,000 for fire con-
served as drainage engineer fdr the I between Fort Myers ,and what is premium is added into the monthly the work, August 1.
trol work. All previous attempts at
sugar company makes him a valuable ) known as the Thompson cut-off. The i payments which are small enough ,
The General and the
Gulfport fire control by legislation have imposed
member of the board. approximate yardage to be removed that the average person can meet
have about a mile left in the gap off additional taxes upon the Everglades -
them without each
I from this section of the channel is difficulty
At a meeting held in Belle Glade Further details of the plan will South Bay. At the rate they are now district. Another important
according to the
last week J. 'B. Jeffries was reelected 1,190,000 cu. yds., dirt this should be clos-
placing gap provision is that which places the facilities -
advertisement for bids. Although be contained in a series of ads in .
t chairman of the board and C. F. interested ed in about a month. The Welatkahas of convicts from the state :
this and d in
the yardage is unclassified it is considered paper anyone
l Werner, secretary. Following the > applying for one of the loans only a few hundred feet to finish prison farm at, Belle_ Glade at the
the easiest>*i>orticmx of the may
authorized the purchase of an Chosen. From here she will toa
Contract is expected to be awarded resentative who will make a thor- Wise and vigorous administration
tric motor to. be installed on the gap just south of Bacom Point to
elec-I soon and work is scheduled to ough explanation. of the new Everglades Fire Control
inch mile
pump located one complete 8,000 foot section which
laws should result in
I a great lessening
start within thirty days after the I
South Bay. This pump will be built.
been It
; has already partially
of the present annual loss" to the
contract is awarded. The Huffman
ated automatically by remote conJ J| is estimated that it ,will take the We-
maintains office in Miami state of fertile muck lands by burn
'J i i trol and will affect. materially the company an -IBUILDING ACTIVITY latka close to two months to com-
and the
ing resultant
I discomfort to
and have done some previous ,
"1 water control on 2500 acres of land I .
i plete the work allotted for her there.A
residents of
South Florida
.j i between South Bay and Bean City. work on the Lake. They will probably -! at a cost
establish construction headquarters -I IS INCREASING HERE gap of a few hundred feet re- more economical than has been pos.
4 the Miami
This is to augment I
at the hurricane at
station which has in Fort Myers from which city niains gate sible in the past.
Locks pumping
Moore Haven. On of next
','1 heretofore pumped from this land.. they will start and dredge eastward.. Monday Because of the immediate Import

estimated that the will Although the other two sectionsof J. F. Tippey, local building con week a government force will start I ance of this new law to this section
J It is pump
be ready for operation within 30 the river work have as. :yet not tractor, is at present engaged in I work there with land machines, bulldozers the most important provisions of the.

and to finish the
been advertised it is believed that scrapers gap act are reproduced in full?
I days. v the difficulties over labor and hours what is considered a large building on the'east side of the gate. The We-

It was pointed out by Chairman I I and. repair program for summer. latka is scheduled to return to "
which are holding up the letting of I I BE IT ENACTED BY THE" LEGISLATURE *
Jeffries that, with this installation, these two sections will soon be iron- Part .of the building is nearing completion Moore Haven to complete the gap on OF THE STATE OP FLORID!
together with the complete overhauling I SECTION 1: There Is hereby created
ed out and the work started by winter some has only recently the west side gate, an appropriation the EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL

of all pumping units in the I started and Mr. Tippey states that I having been made recentlyfor DISTRICT the said district shall encompass -

district, the pumping equipment is I that all of the territory now knownas
1 I there is quite a great deal of contemplated purpose. r the Everglades Drainage District,

1 ready to function whenever the I SINGERS TO MEET IN I building slated for the The work of raising the levee and which lies In the following counties to-
in. All! wit: Glades Highlands Okeechobee
rains set
: usual seasonal
CANAL POINT SUNDAY i I near future. the lock: tenders house to conform at St. Lucie. Martin, Palm Beach Broward,
fuel tanks for the diesel engines I Mr. Tippey is building two new Lock No. 1 in the St. Lucie canal Dade Collier Hendry and Monroe.
been filled with fuel and SECTION 2; The Governor Is hereby
have mos
Plans have been perfected for the I homes on Pasadena Street, one near has also been completed. The lakeshore authorized to appoint for the Ever,

quito proof shacks have been erect- meeting on Sunday of the Palm .the ice house for -H, J. Oglesby and ; levee winch drops from an elevation glades 'Fire Control District a Chief
who shall have supervision and control
ed at each station tcf protect "oper-
Beach County Singing convention the other fronting on the same of 31 to 30 at Conner's over the entire district and the Gov-

ators. which is to be held at the' Baptist( street about three blocks, further Highway is carried on the same elevation ernor Is authorized to appoint a Fire
Mr. Jeffries stated that he con.. Warden In and for each county of the
church in Canal Point. A cordial invitation west for Zerney Meredith.The to a point about a mile down district. The Chief of the Fire Control

fidently expects to receive a $120,*I is extended to, all singers' I Oglesby home is rapidly near- the St. Lucie canal. This raised the District and the Fire Control Wardens
000 loan from the government with I shall hold office at the pleasure of the
I in the county and Lake Okeechobee ing completion and should be finished canal levee approximately five feet Governor and the Governor shall fix
>>_ Which to clean all existing ditches the salary to be paid the Chief and alsq
the of next week. the'locktender's house jacked
j, region to attend. Those in, chargeask by latter part and was -
the salary to be paid each of the Flrq
and canals in the district and install
F'r, that visitors bring along a well I'I This is a six room house of frame up five feet to offset the raise in Control Wardens. -
some new ones which a recentengineer's filled construction. The Meredith home the levee SECTION 3: After this Act becomes a,
basket since the meeting will I
law the Chief of the Fire Control Distract
shows needed. '
'report are be an all day affair. will be a five room frame house -IW/ \ may with the consent of the Gov.,

The application has passed several i I with two bedrooms, dinette and kitchenette McDonald To Enter ernor cause to be employed for fire,
prevention and control within the district
of the and the
1 government agencies
i Golf Tourney Is NowIn ,I and living room. Adjpining any or all of the State convicts at;
; j work is expected to be completed. I the house on the south side will bea Farm Machinery FieldC. the State Prison Farm located near
fall. II I Belle Glade and the equipment at the .
Third BracketThe one-car garage. This house was prison farm may likewise be utilized in. '
Activity in land rentals accord-' fire protection and control in such
started last week and good progressis W. McDonald who for the Chief of the Fire Control
to indicate that all past manner as the
1 ing 1 being made in' its construction. \ has been connected with District might decide to be practical.
lands within, the district, approximately American Legion golf tourn- the roof and other seven years SECTION 4: Upon this act becom-
30,000 acres, will be farmed Repairs on the Clewiston Motor Company, is ing a law the State Comptroller and
ament which' is now underway at general repair work on the Watanabe tractor and equip- State Treasurer are hereby directed to
opening a new
this coming season, and the district establish a fund to be known as the
: officials hope to be able to the Clewiston golf course has advanced hotel was also started this ment sales room in Belle Glade EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL DIS- I
; carry week. The roof will be a built-up TRICT FUND and there is hereby appropriated -
off the surplus rainfall in time for to the third bracket. Rains I which he expects to have operatingby the sum of $$50,000.00 dollars
asphalt job. the middle of July: which shall be credited to the said
\ the farmers to begin planting at the this week have interfered with play- 'Other work now underway includes Everglades Fire Control District Fund;
-" normal season. ing and only a few of the second I A new building is being constructed provided further that the Governor is
the building of a drying rack authorized to such ad-
hereby procure
there by Mr. McDonald of frame
round matches have been played.In
l at the city hall for drying fire hose I ditional funds from any department of
with metal
and stucco construction
NEW SWIMMING PLACE the Federal Government that maybe
completing the first round Jack
I and the construction of a new sun shingle roof. Some delay in. the roof able to procure the same which may
S TO BE PROVIDED Barrett won .over' Dr. Van Landing- porch on the home of Capt. F. Deane be further designated andlor allocatedto
lias retarded
progress of fire
this State for the purpose
---- ham default A. L., Hackett
by ; overT. i Duff. 4 the of the building prevention and control and lor flood
Following the announcement of B. Shelley 2 and 1 ;' Mrs. Redel- on remainder I control or for any light purpose and
.i the U. S. Engineers that it would which was to have been finished by cause the same to be deposited In the
sheimer over H. L. Lapp by default;
I Black Widow Spider the first of the month. The State Treasury of the State of Floridato
not be possible to permit diving Mr. Redelsheinaer over, T. E. Ren- i the credit of the Everglades Fire

from the hurricane gate and other ick by default; W. C. Prewitt over sions of the building are dimen-I 'Control District Fund. All of which t
tunas shall be available for the use ot
I Here feet. Most of the
: structures in the government project -' C.V., Parkinson 3 and 2; W. C. Is Displayed seventy the Everglades Fire Control District, to

.1 ,1 plans have been made for the Owen over L. C. Nash '1 up; Emmett I will be utilized as a display room I be disbursed! on requisitions Fire made Con-by i
II the Chief of the Everglades
small will be used
while portion
" ; i 1. building of a new swimming place Shelley over J. F. Curry 4 and 3; a i trol District and approved by the Governor -
-, W. F. Simpson, on his return for office and stock room. against which the State Comp
i for the Clewiston youngsters as well R. N. Smith"and D. G. Alston overS.
to draw
I Thursday from Jacksonville wherehe troller is hereby authorized
The Cletrac line of type
as older persons, who like to swim. L. Crochet and Bill Mays ,by de State warrants payable by the State
:j Some work' attended the opening of bids on tractors will be handled while the Treasurer and chargeable to said funds.
has been done
fault. Other winners in the first
'I the Caloosahatchee River' work, and SECTION 5: Upon this act becom-
I John Deere line of wheel type
-S c" on the new McKenzie canal back of round were J. W. Moran, Billy Owen, r II ing effective it shall be unlawful for
brought with him a black widow farm implements will be sold. or persons firm. or cor-
the Clewiston Inn and more is Dr. J. W. WJiite J. B. Dotterer, M. any person
expected I :: spider which had been captured bya I Mr. McDonald came to Clewiston poration to set fire or cause the nameto
to follow. A committee W. Bigg and Father F. J. Finnegan.In be set or started on any lands within -
the Kiwanis Club was appointed to I U. S. Engineer survey party work-j in 1928 as manager of the Clewiston the Everglades Fire Control District
the second round of play W. C. In this act provided. The
ing near Jacksonville. except as
help further the construction and 1 j Motor Company. After years i clearing of lands by fire the setting of
the U. S. Engineer sub-office is Prewitt defeated Billy Owen 4-5; H. Mr. Simpson will use the speci- ] service in that capacity he was suc field fires forest fires prairie fires the
cooperating -
R. Hall won over Dr. White 4 and of this deadly poisonous spider encouraging of new pastura by firing
in men ceeded'as manager by E. E. Kelly of by
'every way possible so I the smoking out or driving game
that soon a place be 3; J. B. Dotterer won from 1LV.. in connection with safety work in and has spent his time in the fieldin fire and all other fires of such de-

for swimming fully may as good provided or -l Bigg 3 and 1 and R. N. Smith .,defeated which he is engaged at this time charge of sales since. His famil- scription except as are hereinotherwlse prohibited by specifically this act

ter than was found at the hurricane D. G. Alston 5-4. displaying it at various places on I I iarity with conditions in the 'Glades 'provided. It shall be unlawful campfire to
to1 abandon or leave unguarded any
the work from Port Mayacca
gate. should give him every chance to .
DISTRICT DEPUTY TO Moore Haven in order that employees make a success in the new business SECTION 6: The owners of land

Clewiston Loses To ATTEND KIWANIS MEETINGKen may be familiar with the field. occupants ,of lessees land shall tenants be responsible or other

-- .pearance of this dangerous ap-I for the existence of fires thereon andit
Williams of West Palm shall be the duty of such parties and
Pahokee in 10th 3-1 One government employee was Ladies Judge Lawns I they ar* hereby required by this act. ,lo
Beach, district deputy of the Kiwanis ten recently at Indiantown and came prevent the starting of ores others ,
Club will address Clewiston Ki- lands and said owners occupants -
near losing his life. I At Azucar Camp I shall eliminate the extinguish
The Clewiston-Engineers dropped wanians at their regular meeting The spider has built a nest in the eliminating and extin f

their second game of the current next Wednesday; night, it has been fruit jar in which she is held captive which 5udhlrsgisthe exist same from when any cause burning whether or-

season last Sunday afternoon, when announced by Tom Shelley, president -I and if possible Mr. Simpson Mrs F. Deane Duff, Mrs F. M. of their may own account or from other

the Pahokee aggregation came thru of the local club. Efforts are i hopes that several of the eggs will Wright, Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs. fires source to including said lands from the spreading outside areas.of

with a tenth inning, rally to score being made to arrange a very entertaining hatch and furnish him with, more Leah Spicer were in Canal Point SECTION 7: It shall be unlawful for

three runs, and salt the game away) program for that evening. I specimens. The black widow's! bodyis Thursday for the purpose of actingas or any other proprietor occupant of lands to, lessees have ,on tenant his

3to1. Robbie Smith, of the U. S. Engi- no more than a half inch long but judges in a better lawn contest premises any brush heap trash pile accumulation -

Walker, pitching for Olewiston, neer sub-office here, entertained at the legs are long, and the dIstingu- sponsored by the U. S. Sugar Com- inflamable material of stacks exposed of combustible to dangerof or

1 ; went nine innings, without giving up the last regular meeting with a series ishing red blotches appear on the ab pany in the camp of Its negro em- fire or have the same in such loca-endanger -

'j a hit, and allowing, none to score, of readings which were much domen. The favorite hiding place for ployees in Azucar. tion that the the spread burning of fire thereof to other may prop-

J but weakened in the tenth and gave enjoyed. A talk was also made by D. this species of spider is said to be Twelve prizes were awarded and thistacshall be and isbrush hereby requiredby other
trash or -
'I! I up five bunched hits to the visitors. G. Alston in which he explainedsome in old wood, deserted houses, elec- the ladies stated that it was sur- inflamable material all accumulated

He struck out eleven men and walk- of the matters of state legis- trIc meter boxes, -etc. prising what the effect of the com- existing or resulting from the clearingof in
1 ed two. lation, including the gross receiptsbill petition had done in the little .lawn piles the, heaps land or shall stacks when be protected from

Smith, for Pahokee, held the lo- passed at the recent session of Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff spent and garden plots around the little fire by the clearing of tho land around

; (Continued ou page 4) tho state legislature the week-end inVest Palm Beach. I negro cottages. (Continued ou Page 8)


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own. The states will be Invited to J Hoosiers Are Scepticalof ,department at Rutgers, says that soft and yielding, texture under foot ,

CURRENT EVENTS make their own recovery laws and the Making Desert Bloom seashore gardeners, by applying and the dazzling whiteness of the
federal government will assume the : chemical nutrients to the sand, may vista that Is exactly as nature created :

power of enforcing them. be able to, grow flowers to the very It.Growing. :"I :' 61

Statesmen 'are trying to devise someway I Isaiah said, "The desert shall rejoIce "- edge of the ocean. They regard sandas flowers: along theY seashore r ,

PASS IN REVIEW! of centralizing the government I and blossom as" the men's rose. almost completely under control or attempting! such ventures In ....
of sublime -
without amending the Constitution.One I I..ongfellospoke great of the grower, providing it has been the Indiana lilac region Is not unlike
lives( leaving footprints on
suggestion, approved by a 'good enriched with the proper Ingredients, painting the lily,
of time Others pushed Irrigation -
many, Is that congress deprive the Supreme sands and say that roses grown In sand
the Nile and did
PRESIDENT! STIRS NATION BY court of appellate JurisdictionIn projects along "produce a better root system than Jest the Same
make useful the
could to
PROPOSAL FOR A CHANGEIN cases Involving wages and) hours of what sandy they wastes of the Sahara. I those in ordinary, soil. "What heavenly] jazz, Hilllet's;

ITS BASIC LAW. labor production, and various other possibilities, have been Carnations also are said to do Better dance !" ,

fields In which the New (Deal operates.Mr. brought Sand nearer home by experimentsat I in sand.. 'Nature lovers have "That wasn't jazz.\ The waiter
By EDWARD W. PICKARD Roosevelt; hlm>elf says that the Rutgers unl"E'rslt"Iwl'( agricultural : cultivated an affection for sand he- just dropped our dinner."--Answers',.

Western Newspaper Union. Supreme court decision by Implicationcast experts say their ,efforts to cause It is sand and nothing else. Magazine. ;
serious doubt upon' the validity of They journey to see the dunes of
grow roses( ;, sweet peas and othl'r110wers ,
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT has crest much New Deal legislation besides in ordinary sand have mot northern Indiana as a vast waste Also Harder Ways ,

Issue for the campaign of NRA, notably the agricultural adJustment with ,unqualified success, cites the space, shifting with the winds ; never What boys sent to the woods by ,:;:
stirred widespread debate act. the securities act and the the from day to day. ', ; ','
193G and same
up Indianapolis News. Uncle Sam find out Is that there are I 1'
and controversy over a question that securities and ei'-hange: act Professor Charles H. Connor The charm of a beach comes from more ways In which they might"

the nation had thought head of the ornamental horticultural ,the play ,of sunlight on the sand, the make a living than they !suspected.:!
i was settled In Its early of the United Mine
days. Furthermore, It of America gave notice

is likely he has start- that approximately 4oUOUU miners .In

ed the movement fora the soft coal fields would go on strike "

complete[ realignment uuJess new wage contracts were WBINLIVISaRI.AT

of political forces signed before June Hi. The membersof
into what will be vir-
x the union
were warned there must
tually two new parties. be no violations of the law nor any

Brielly, he proposesthat disturbances of the public l peace) dur-

the Constitution ing the strike. The entire soft coal

__.',_'W_ he changed. to take fields of the United States Is Included, STAKE
from the states but not Canada.A .
Bainbridge give, to the federal '
Colby committee of the producers was r
government power over
the chief social and economic ques- trying to bring about a revision of the You Deed ftho same protection> Shaft srace drivers> demand
Guffey coal 1 stabilization bill, hoping
tions so that the New Deal may be
this would prove a satisfactory substi-
sated .from the doom pronounced upon
it" by the Supreme, court.. tute for the NRA coal code and would KELLY PETILLO ON MAY 30, WON blowout protection built into Firestone:
avert the threatened strike.
In the course of a two hour talk the 500-Mile Indianapolis Race on Gum-Dipped Tires. He drove his 5000 _

with the Washington correspondentsthe Firestone Tires, breaking the track record pound car over the hot salt beds at Lake rand '
President sent up a trial balloon '"plIERE was great rejoicing In Ra- -'
driving the entire distance ,at a rate Bonneville, Utah, 3000 miles in 23Yahours. -
on the plan he had conceived for remodeling cine, Wis., when the strike at theJ. i
government to (fit his pro- I. Case company plants was called of 106.24 miles per hour. This was an average speed of 127.2

gram, declaring that he favored cur- olt after lasting SO days. The em- .r, -. miles per hour, and although temperaturesThIs

tailing the sovereignty, of the states ployees accepted the compromise of- record is an outstandingdemonstration were as high' as 120, he had no blowouts .
and giving the control government full fer of the company, whose payroll has of tire efficiency. To go 500 or lire trouble of any kind.

control over agriculture Industry, com been the largest in the city. In gen miles in less than five hours on this rough :"

merce and all other occupations! and enterprises eral! the demands of the strikers were I and bump 26-year-old brick' track, These records are made possible by ,

lie said this question of not met though::! the company agreed | special construction'' features built into
without tire trouble of kind
amending or re-writing the Constitution to certain raises; In piece and day | any Firestone Tires. ".

must be settled by a vote of the wages. It promised to re-employ the I j demonstrates the strength and blowout

people. In some ways, he said l, the Supreme men without 'discrimination as business protection that Firestone builds into their 'Take no chances. -protect your life'and .,

court decision was the best thing conditions' warrant. Gum-Dipped Tires. the lives of others by letting us equip ",, I

that could have, happened to the country I your car with' Firestone Tires and give 'you ....

because it clarified the issue as he Immediate result of the Su AB JENKINS ALSO RECENTLY the Safety and Blowout Protection that 1
presented it. The issue must be met ONE i
court's NRA decision was demonstrated the stamina, efficiency, and race drivers demand. -
by moTlng one way or the other he .
the dismissal of 411 cases Involving : :1"
said, back to the 13 states or forward
NIn.", invalidated( by' the ruling. This I 1 ':.

to the modern I Interpretation.v : _, ..... action was taken by i Before these flhsrea "
<< .u> '<<<<<<"O( buy new fishes ask yourrselff < osas'A:
yom gases
In the world > : ;
We the only
country r ,<\.,.... .Jt.,, k Attorney General Cum- "
which has not solved! this problem, Jlr. "At<<: <, } mings with the 1-"Will the tread give me the greatest ANSWER No. Leading university tests show

Roosevelt said. We thought we were ) ; ; al of the approv-I traction and protection against Firestone High Speed Tires stop your "car 15% :

solving it, but now it is thrown right c' 1 "All of these cases ; skidding?" quicker than the best of all popular makes of tires.

to back the i i.."horse our faces.and buggy"We are Interpretation relegated- ,, .: :related to the enforce- 2-Are they built to give me the greatest ANSWER No. Unequaled performance records I

of the interstate commerce clause. I t;;;; ment ,of code or similar blowout protection?" for sixteen consecutive years prove that Gum- .1

requirements, violations Dipping gives you the greatest blowout protection__ L..' .
That many prominent Democrats will I. of fair trade "Without sacrificing these two ever known. ; r.

be alienated from their support of"''Mr. practices on the part f fj i important safety features will they ANSWER No. Thousands of car owners report ,if1 f:

Roosevelt by this pronouncement Is cer- t3 ,. of Individual business I II give me 'longer! miEeage thus making unequaled mileage records-evidence of the I;,"

tain. Already there has been launcheda .. I or failure to live ,uP'' them the most economical tires I can longer wear and greater economy of Firestone ',: >
'movement for those of the party who um ----- to minimum wage or I buy?" High Speed Tires.

sock **a return to constitutional gov C. C. Davis hour standards," the .' /.

ert\m nt''to unite with the Republicans ollicial statement said. "There are, of ,'r
Volume Direct Purchasing-Straight LineManufacturing and
wht are of lIk: mind. Its leaders, are number of additional -
course, a large <3 University tests snow
Efficient and Economical System of Distributing
Bainbridge .Colby, who was secretaryof cases In every state In which actual 1 Firestoneliies stop cars
state in President Wilson's cabinet, court action has not yet been initiated. B 15to259bquicke to our 500 Stores and to 30,000 Dealers

and Chief Justice William R. Pattan- These also, because of the Schechter enables Firestone to give you greatervalues I

gall ef the Massachusetts Supremecourt. case decision, must necessarily be Ti7 at lowest prices -, ;

., dropped." : Gum-Dipped cords "

Mr. Colby has written to a numberof Chester C. Davis, AAA administrator 2 give greater blowoutprotection.GumDippi J

Democratic leaders of national repute (In reply to Inquiries concerning
t 't'
proposing they meet in ,a southern .' future plans as to maintenance of isnotusedinothertires.j + _

city, preferably Richmond "to consider -' marketing agreements and licenses, (

some form of political action that sent out the following telegram :
is for our country and above party." '
"The Agricultural Adjustment administration I-
IB a letter to a friend in Washingtonit 'has uo thought of aban- '

was revealed that Chief Justice Pat- doning either its present program of Wider, flatter tread '

tangall had decided to resign In orderto marketing agreements for fruits and gives more than 50%

join with ,other JelTersonian Demo vegetables: or its milk-marketing plans.On longernon-s!
crats to bring- about a coalition with the contrary, we are now working CENTUBT PROGRESS OLDHELII TYPE SENTINEL TTPE COURIER ,TYPE

Republicans and the restoration of leaders amendments TYPE Built of high Good quality! :
with congressional on fbSiEFPIEE Good quality
\ .x( grade materials- and
"constitutional Built with high
government" to replacethe designed to strengthen these o, n.. cossrw grade materials equal or superior andworkInanaWp.carries the ., .

New Deal. ; marketing agreements and milk. plans." equal to or so-called superior to any tiro specialbrand manufactured Carries the Firestooeoame r

Neither of these; gentlemen hopes to 0 First any Grade,Su per for mass Firestone name and guarantee. ';
distributors'advertised and guarantee- Sold O.B '
prevent the renomination! of Mr. Roosevelt or DcLuTo linesregardless
'erhaeute nine- of first equal or superior many
but they believe he might be defeated LITTLE feorge'e HIGH SPEED TYPE name brand or line without the' to any tiro made tires low.11I"1
lumber fortune heir
) by whom IDanumanufacturer 8 made to .
at the polls by a (coalition mo'ement. .
who was kidnaped from Tacoma, is We select from our factured. oaten name price.

,safe at home, but the "snatchers" who enormous stocks of raw -
Of Democratic senators; a. number, materials the best and 05 50 $A 0 ij
held him captive for a week got away '
like Smith of South arulina. Connolly highest grade rubber and $665S6' $5 J.J\
with $ !OOOOO( ) ransom D1Oney''paid by 0 30X3H ,
for the High Speed 0
of Texas, Clark of Missouri\ and Kingof
the lad's family. They fled In a fast Tire.. In our factory we 4,40-21 4.40-21 CL -
Utah frankly expressed their
opposition automobile, and at this writing are select the most experienced SIZE .
to the ['resident's views. Others
still at large, though pursued closelyby and skilled tire makers to SIZE rnICE.SIZE PRICE SIZE PRICE
expressed rather mild approval.AH build this tire. It is _" -
an armv of government agents and -
were surprised. The conservative accurately balanced and 4.50-21 $6.65 4.50-21 $6.05
other ofiicers.
Republicans of course were outspoken rigidly inspected and we,, 4.75-19 7.75 5.00197.55 4.75-19 6.40 4.40-21 $4.75
-- 5.23-18 9.20I0.4O:
In their disapproval of the abrogationof know it is as perfect as 5.25-18 8.40 5.25-18 7.60

states' rights, and the more radical FLOODS and tornadoes wrought human ingenuity can 5.50-18 5.50-17 9.20 5.50-19 8.75 4.50-21 5.25

men of that party were divided! ( Senator in Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming. make it. Other Sizes Other Sizes Other SizesProportionately 4.75-19 5.55IEMPROOF

Koran of Idaho yoiced the/ opinion Texas, and Kansas-a region Proportionately Low Proportionately Low Lowa.5o2o
that only 'recently was afflicted by $ : 45
of many others when he said : ,
drouth and dust storms. It was
"There Is plenty of power, absolute I 7't 0 -
thought as many as 200 lives were lost,
power, to deal with all national prob'
}ems. We don't need a constitutional and great numbers of families were, ecf4 BATTERIES SPARK PLUGS
rendered homeless. 'The worst flood
amendment nearly so much as we need
area was In southern Nebraska, where Quick spark-withstand -
some one to. draw bills in ,accordance; SIZEPRICE. .
the Republican river was swollen Into heat -longer
( As'
with the Constitution. You can't draw TUBES
a raging; torrent. Several entire villages Low$555 life.
a bill on great subjects of this natureas 4.50-21_ $ 7.75
were swept away, and utility is
you would draw a resolution for a 4.75-19...__.. 0.20 I
town meeting. Let It be uderstoodthat plants and transportation lines were 5.00-19_. G.GO Sealed
all washer el l outQUETTA
the construction which the Supreme against air
5.25-18_ 9.75
court has placed on the Interstate leakage to 580 j.
,. "garden city" of nortb- 5.50-17- 10.7O
commerce clause gives ample and 1 give greater
6.00-16_ :1Y: .9S uell
and all the surrounding illlll 111
complete and plenary power to deal mileage. II II I I
shattered .75-19tID__ %", .05 t i0 .
with all matters of national concern." region were by a series Each / <" .t.. J
earthquakes.. The dead were estimated 5.00-19 HD_ 11.05 4.40-21 \ III NIIII in Sets dy .r! \< :

.roughly at 30.000. but the exact 5.25-18 IID_. 12.2O 4.50-21 > I
... $2.45
WAS said In Washington that the number will) be known. The -
IT. never 5.50-17 HD_ :12.75 4.75-21 J
President. and his advisers had decided city! and many \ villages were laid in 6.00-17'uD__ :14.30 ,

on their course In reforming the ruins and fire and Hood swelled the 6.50-19'IID__ 17.45Other
New Deal but would not announce it toll of the killed and Injm-ed. The

for a'time. Meanwhile, according( to barracks of the royal air force at Sizes Proportionately Low

the story, Congress will be urged to Quetta were demolished and more tLao

pass makeshift l legislation, to reinstate members of the Listen tbt 'resione
filly garrison were ***** to Void of Firestone
the code system by voluntary COoperation The featuring Richard Crooks, Gladys
killed.: city's police force was almost Swartbout, Nelson Eddy, "or Margaret
of business, men, and to treat tha wiped out While ,most of the Speat-t-every Monday"night over N.B.C.WEAP ,
labor problem by a law protecting NtJworJ...A Five Star Program
any victims of the disaster were natives,
stale from goods produced In
there were many English men and
states under! lahor I standards below its neaten among them.

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I a-wurrkln' their blessid heads off for PLAN HAWAIIAN HIGHWAYA

Jj him 'nd 'p got thut ragged-pants gangav ,
new proposed highway from
The Man From Yonder beet-weeders 'nd hay pitchers thut the Volcano of Kilauea, in the na

f; : passes fer a loggln' crew doin more'n tion's Hawaii National park, to Kala-
, "" ....... I they've evir done in their lazy loivea
( Hawaii is
:'. pana, being surveyed. The
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By Harold Titus ," gasped Stuart feebly and
SYNOPSIS Duval rolled over, his back to Elliott, heiau ,emple) and a natural
tried to smile. "Good boy. But .
; i and shoved himself to his feet.. Not swimming pool in a landlocked bay.
Copyright 192S-19S4, Harold Titus. he's young and alone against
i : until he had risen and faced about did fringed with coco palms, kukul and
h.; Ben Elliott-from "Yonder"arrivesV WNU Service. Brandon. It'll be that hard nut hala trees -
V of Tincup the other move. Then he closed with
the little lumbering town he was lookln for."
accompanied by Don Stuart, old, very another of those flying rushes, with "
sick man whom he has befriended. He He faced about sharply to see Duval one drive pinned Duval against the "Harrd? Bird-Eye glared at him. BOYS GIRLS!
signalizes his coming by defeating "Harrd Th1 harrder they come, th'
Bull Duval, "king of the river" and standing, blood on his mouth, bent for- wall, with another sent his head crash- better pleased he Is Sure 'nd he's a Read the Grape Nuts ad In another
town bully, (iIn a logr-blrllng contest. ward, arms hooked and extended, like ing against the window frame. column of this paper and learn how
'V glutten fer ,work, Donny 'Nd th'saints
V Nicholas Brandon the ,town's leading some great jungle creature stirred to The Bull gave a bubbling roar and to join the Dizzy Dean Winners and \
citizen resents Stuart's presence. He they have a finger Into ut, too,
1 killing fury. tried to grapple. His hands were win valuable free prizes.-Adv.
to leave him
tries force him to a-comin' just whin they'd got pore
Elliott did not to elude him.
knocks him try struck down. slowly
lIe mightily -
Elliott, resenting the net swung owld Able licked It'll be a tough
1. down." Elliott Is arrested. He finds a With.(a grunt he charged, head down, and missed and as he went by, off Has To, to Win
\ friend in Judge Able Armitage. The h fore his face, the other foight or I'm a bad guesser, but d-n
'' one arm balance, a chopping stroke on the backof Farming Is a gamble ; but a farmer
'I': hires him to run the one lumber me eyes, whut a foighter th' lad is !
'I... I camp, the Hoot Owl that Brandon has drawn back, and when he struck the the head floored him. A restless light appeared !In Don'seyes guesses right one year in three.Lady's .
This belongs to sound was like that of a club on a
not been able to grab. Again Elliott waited. and his thin old hands fidgeted
daughter of Brandon'sold of beef. The blow spun Duval
.i i Dawn McManus quarter "
"Get he cried thickly. "Get ,
up up
V with the
nervously blankets.
s' partner, who has disappeared half about and the next rocked him. Painful Trouble
V a murder charge hanging! over his head. [He grappled' for Ben, but Ben was Duval, and take\ the rest I" "A tough fight. Oh. he don't

gone. lIe rushed for Ben but Ben The other started to move, lookingover know Bird-Eye, what he's up Helped By Cardui
and struck Duval he his shoulder with one eye that against. He struggled to sit erect and
sidestepped as
IIIContinued5 '
t CHAPTER remained open. He saw a tall, supple his eyes shone brightly with an odd Why do so many.women,take Car-
lurched past. dui for the relief of functional painsat
man hair shirt
ripped sort of "If
young awry, desperation. Brandon
close. He
The Bull trying to
; gaye.up monthly times? The answer is
Without! stopping even for his cap
from neck to belt cheek bleeding.
struck out, now, with renewed sav- open ........ ... .. .. ,I. /h/////.... I that they want, results such as Mrs.HerbertW.HuntofHalIsvilleTexas.
i Ben and crossed to themen's
stepped out for Jaws set, stand there swinging one fist
agery as they stood toe-to-toe a ,
He did not burst Into the
camp. the knuckles wild to
as though
moment. He dodged; a brace of drives were describes. She writes: "My health
place, but opened the door casually' arid strike He sank back to the
which, It seemed, would have felled a again. wasn't good. I suffered from cramp-
slipped inside.In floor, shuddering.On ing. My pain would bt so intense It would
the center of the room close by horse, so great was the effort behind Ir / nauseate me. I woulc: just drag around
them, and then, feinting, sent In a that Elliott relaxed and moved I/// so sluggish and 'do-less. My mother decided -
the heating stove above which sucks close. to give me CarduL I began to mend.
hung:: from drying:: racks stood Bull Du i slashing uppercut. That tired, sluggish feeling was gone and
The great fist landed squarely on the "Enough?" he asked, sharply, prod- the pains disappeared. I can't 'praise Car-
val. His cap was tilted on his head, dui! too highly because I know it helpedme.
he leaned backward from his hips In point of Ben's Jaw, lifted him from his ding the Bull with a toe 'of his pac. ." If Cardui does not help YOU.

his uplifted right ,hand was a quart feet and sent him reeling, clawing the Duval moaned and shook his head. consult a physician.
He made as if to rise again and Ben
whisky bottle nearly full and his voice air, over on his back again. ,
,. bellowed the words of a woods classic. Elliott was dazed by that blow. stepped back, giving him every chance.A Might as WellIf
-V Bells clanged thunderously In his ears mutter arose behind him. must forgive forgive
In the far end of the room a you graciously
dozen men were huddled.. From several and 'lights flashed and flickered before 'Finlsh-th' !I" a man cried. .
But the boss at Hoot Owl would not
upper bunks concerned faces his eyes but as he crashed down to

watched the Bull. The men were clearly the floor Bird-Eye's voice, shrill and do that. lIe asked no odds.
had The Bull did not get to his feet. lIe _
afraid, certain that this hilarity was frantic, cut through the fog that for
started to, drew knee beneath him
one ,
folded over him :
\ only a prelude to a melee in which ,.-
heads would be broken and bodies "Th' boots Th' boots !1" heaved and then sank back to a hip. jV BiliousnessSour
: He swore heavily and hung his head,
bruisEd. Boots, y es. Bull Duval did not fling StomachGas
The swaying of Duval's body, as he himself on his prostrate adversary, this propping his torso by both great hands # '
and Headache
moved to the measure of the ballad, time. Erect he strode forward two spread wide on the floor.

brought' him' facing the doorway. measured paces '. three, and on "Through, Duval?" Ben asked and it due to

'. lien Elliott stepped forward two or. the fourth he bent backward from the seemed as though his bruised and bat- ConstipationWORMS

three paces and stood watching him. hips, lifted his right foot and 'raked it tered face tried to twist In a grin.
out before him raked those The other gave no Intimation of having
<,1 His gaze was steady, and in his eyes ; many
\ danced a warning flame. The Bull spikes In the sole straight at the face heard. "There's more on tap. Or have

broke short his song. of his fallen adversary.But you got enough?" ; III

d, "Good day, Mister Elliott!1" he said his river boot only swung: across And then, when no reply came Elliott :
... 'henvlly.In mock respect. "I heerd you the place where a face had been. One stooped, grasped the Bull's shirt In his "Get Paper.
.! lone 'spike the skin the and half lifted him. ts
ripped over hands w
was th' new boss at Hoot Owl and can't ,. drive him out . cue
likely you're lookin' fer good men. cheek bone; a companion left a bright "Let go !I" the man blurted. "Let way or another he'll kill him."

Here's one, Elliott. Here's th' best red trace. Ben had jerked his head go or I'll-" He gasped and swallowed, evidently Ic05r"
sideways moved it that Inch He tried to twist tried to /
man you'll get a chanct to hire until quarter away making a great effort' to talk rapidly.
} th' next blue snow !I" which left his face' still a face and nota strike Ben's legs, but his strength was "I'm a coward, Bird-. 3'e. '. -. Beena

Ben, heedless of the Increased tension mass of raw flesh ribbons. gone, beaten.frotn his great body. He .d-n coward for years. I've S

o.j which showed on the faces of the Duval teetered on his left foot, hop- was dragged across the floor, river been afraid to tell whileI I

.fro onlookers, crossed the floor slowly. ping for balance and cursing becausehe boots trailing over the boards, straightto lived. Now I'm afraid to die

!''" "You want to work for me, DU\"an" had missed, as Ben, reeling to his the doorway. With one foot Elliott with it on my soul !I" .

," he asked. feet, shouted : kicked open the portal and with a He panted and Blaine looked in

j I ;:"Think I come over to spark[ you?" "Keep out My fight !" He had heave flung Duval, the Tincup terror, alarm at his friend as these last words

i the other countered Insolently. "Have seen, as he came erect Bird-Eye Blaine into the trampled snow outside.A took on significance for him.

: a drink !1" leap for the wood'box and grasp the half hour later Bull Duval, who "Lay back,. Donny. Dawn't git yer-

t j : He extended the bottle, holding it in heavy iron poker. "My fight !I" he repeated had washed his bleeding head and faceIn self excited, b'y. Coward? Naw, b t AND

, ) Cl ,,1 his great'' hand, grinning at Ben. and his hoarse voice was com- the horse trough against "the shouted ye're no coward !" TAPEWORMare

J "In the first place, I don't want to manding. protests of Bird-Eye Blaine that It ,He grasped the sick man by the
'. I hire you" Elliott said. "In the second, Bird-Eye fell] back. clinging to the would be unfit thereafter for his teamsto shoulders and tried gently to,force him

V there's no hooch allowed in this camp." poker, lips moving.:: It was V Elliott's drink from, shoved himself erect back on the pillows but the old fellow quickly expelled

lie snatched the bottle, swung and fight Indeed. He had seen many men and wiped trembling hands on his resisted."Can't. from the human system

sent it crashing against the stove. Fora fight before, had Bird-Eye Blaine; bornto mackinaw.The die. Can't with It with one single j
4 brief moment the hiss of its contents a rough:: 'life, he had lived It fully. door of the van opened and on my soul !I" he gasped and! dose ofDr.Peery's'DEAD

V, IV. against scorching metal had the place He had seen countless battles but Elliott emerged. He walked straightto lifted a face stamped with strange appeal -
; : while the Bull's head thrust slowly forward never had he witnessed such a fury as the bully and examined his visible to the little man. SHOT Vermifuge'WNU7

.v and his small eyes grew red with ,Ben Elliott loosed then., injuries critically. Bird-Eye stood back, solemn and

ti n ge. His lip drew back, exposing yellow He drove out with both fists, heed "Fair job," he said, as though to I worried, scratching his head. "

teeth. less of defense, blind to Duval's counter himself, and grinned. "A fair job, "Somethin troublIn' ye, Donny he

"Will you walk out, Duval?" Ben offensive. He shouted as he struck. lIe, Duval. But remember this : [If you asked soothingly.The Pr tv-

asked. "Or do you want me to throw used a knee to break another hold, he ever set one of your feet In this camp other made a feeble gesture 50c a bottle at druggists or
you through the door?" bit when Duval tried to throttle him again, or on any operation where I'm with one hand. Wright; Pill Co.. 100 Gold St., N.Y. City

,F "Throw me out?"> Duval cried thick with the :grip: of both hands. He in charge, I'll give you a licking you'll "A man's got to fight fire

< ly. "Throw me out? Why, kid. th' danced as the Bijll sought to trample remember!" with fire. Brandon'll get him 2435Morning11

;,1 :,>' best day you ever seen you couldn't-" The Bull whimpered. unless he unless ." He puta
.';\,1 ;;i'" lie got just that far !In his boast. "I know when I got enough," he said hand to his throat and moved his

His hands had knotted into great fists and his one serviceable yet bloodshoteye uplifted chin from side to side as

,: his body swayed, but before he could searched Elliott's countenance. "I though strangling. "Want to write .

.' ..: strike that first blow or fall into that II IIII I didn't mean no harm," he a letter, Bird-Eye. Get paper.
V V initial clinch or carry out whatever whined. "I was drunk." Fight fire with fire!"

-L; plan of attack had formed In his truculent "No, you weren't drunk. If you'd This was obviously no whim of a Headaches

,:, mind, knuckles bashed Into his been drunk I wouldn't have hit you. sick man. His necessity was not clearto

'.' lips, driving the words back Into his You knew what you were doing. Now, Blaine but the other knew old Don
: J-"'"' teeth. Duval, why'd you come out here this was gripped by a burning convictionand
; )1 It was a hard blow, with everything morning? Who sent you?" hastened to ease his mind. ..
I.l i'
Ben Elliott had from knuckles to ankle F Duval looked ,
: away. "Lay back, Donny. Be still, now !
'r. put behind Its drive. The savagery "Nobody," he said weakly. "I got I'll get ye things, but kape quiet mon, ..

.. with which he struck threw Ben off his I drunk. Butbut If you're needin' kape quiet !Saints, but ye upset. a

own balance, but hard as he had hit, 1Il a man, I can work for a better man mon carryin' on so, ye do !I" FOR
quick as he had been the blow I've suffered
was not than. I am. He hurried down the stairs, secured' YEARS

',,':- .': enough to put Duval down. Ben shook his head. writing materials and, from the tablein sick headaches in the morn-

He closed with a roar, one great ,Il "No use, chum. You're going to tell the little office picked\; up a mail-or ing. I didn't realize until

;'j arm clamped about Elliott's waist, the I me why you came and who sent you. der-house catalogue.:: With these he the doctor told' me how

.;V24 VV other hand smearing across Elliott's Was it Brandon?" V ascended to the sick room again, takingthe many women are bothered

face, shoving Ben's head backward as "No"-evasively. steps two at a time. with too much acid, and he
: the fingers sought the Ben twisted :"Sure? How much did he give
:: eyes. you "Here ye are Book to wrolte on, recommended Milnesia
away from that menace of gouging, to come here? Or are you on the pay. paper' envllope, pencil. .I'll sit Wafers. Since I've been
strained against that crushing embrace roll to do such chores?" "
by ye, Donny Milnesia I've felt likea
: and struck hastily with, both hands. /g "H-1, he didn't" Stuart did not start to write at once. using hada
: But the Bull's chin! was safe against hr- r. "You're a worse liar than ,you are a He sat staring straight before him in new person.

'j his own shoulder, his forehead burrowIng fighter by a mile or two. Duval. 'Minewas quandary, and then lifted his gazeto cold either,because when
;.::1i Into Elliott's chest for protection /-4 I a good :guess: wasn't It? What the little man who stood at his you get rid of the acids
.:.',-'i.I' and not until Ben lifted his knee with I Ir. "IiU!! were his orders?" bedside. you don't get colds.

,) a drive like that of a piston did Duval The Bull Gave Up Trying to Close. "Well, he said if I didn't that "I'd like to be alone, Bird- .

let go. he'd-" Eye," he said In a faint whisper. "I've MILNESIA Wafers neutralize -

,He reeled backward then, cursIng his feet with his river calks, and all "Good That's all I want to know been alone with it so long the excess acids that

':, inarticulately, panting and heaving the time he was striking. Again and There's the road. And you can take I think better alone" cause indigestion, heartburn -
", ,; forward again from his spiked stance again his hard knuckles found their this little message with you to Brandon The other shrugged.TO and sick headaches.
fIiIIIIro. on the rough door as he struck with all mark., : Tell] him that he needs to send BE CONTINUED.The .
I !A, /iJif: his might. Ills blow went home, a A bench went over as they waltzed\ more and better. men here the next Each wafer is a full adult

11j: stinging, crushing impact on Ben's Into It. Their combined weight, crash time. NAnd as for you : I hire no men Greenback Party dose,children- 'quarter

cheek bone and Duval's great weight ing against the bunks as Duval tried who can be hired to fight another This was a nickname given the to one-half.Pleasantto take.

: followed, hearing the other to the !Moor, desperately to clinch again, smashedan man's battles. Make tracks. Duvnl !" American Independent National party Recommended by thou-

1': fiat on his back. The Bull spread upright and sent men !In the upper because It advocated increased use of sands of physicians. Buya

!.i arms and legs in a smothering sprawl deck scurrying. Dust rose thickly. It was a week later. greenbacks, restriction of bank issues, -at all
.t.. as he went down but before he could 'l'ie sink was ripped from Its place as Old Don Stuart, propped on pillowsIn and payment In greenbacks of all gov- package

pin Ben close and helpless he was Ben drove the Bull Into It with a body the narrow, cell-like room of Joe ernment bonds except those otherwise good druggists.

wriggling, threshing over, eluding a blow, and a chair was wrecked as I'lefte's hotel listened to the colorful specified. Its first national conventionwas

hand which clawed for his throat, Duval caught by another punch, went account that Bird-Eye Blaine, with held In 1874 and by fusing with

-: grasping Duval's leg, lifting, straining, over It backward with n crash. many gestures: and considerable profanity some labor groups it polled over a million I

,. .1, finally throwing him off, lurching to Ben stood still, spread legged, rendered for him of what had votes as the Greenback Lcbor
,-." his knees and, then got to his, feet, breathing hard, hands swinging in a, "transpired at Hoot Owl since Ben Elliott party and ejected 14 congressmen.Soon m i
pitching forward off balance as he ran swift rhythm of rate had taken charge of the opera- afterwards Its support dwindled
i and coming to a halt against:: the I "Got up !" he panted. "Get up I'vs I tion. and most of Its adherents went to the

bunks only ,started: !" **, 'nd so he's got th' mill crew Populist party organized In 1S91. f
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directors and they okeyed It. Cook also made a plea of guilty to :
The Clewiston News * * *
"Well, I didn't okey it" the, big a charge of drunkenness and was

rMM :LATE TO MM'I=f: I shot says, throwin' out his chest, I fined $39.00.
Published Friday In Clewiston, If bunch of fat-
"and and that
you The two men were arrested in . .
ttttttttt.t.. .. > ...
the CLEWISTON NEWS, w N.N.N.".*%M.".N.".N. .N. .N.N.N.N.'vv N
what ..
Florida, by :+: CLASSIFY ::: head directors don't know you- Port Mayacca Tuesday by the deputy I JI':
Inc. V \ 're doin', why that don't alter the sheriff of Martin county after they

::: :;: I case. I'm tellin' you the whole thingis had struck and Injured two girlsat

Keathley'Bowden, Editor ..:.. iii OFF so you'd better get busy and the Palm Deach- mdry county Good FarmLand
: BY figure some other way to keep, this line south of Clewiston and ,had run
Entered as second class mall mat- I! ) RUSSELL KAY I business out of the red." into and badly damaged anothercar

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post So the poor sales manager takesa while attempting to pass It on I
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under y double dose of Bromo-Seltzer and the wrong side on Monday night of
. . . . .
March 3 1897. back to his desk only to finda last week. They stopped however,I
the Act of MMNN,11 1,1 NN, INNN IN, I N N N.1111. .N.N.1.N; goes i
flock of wild-eyed customers wait- and gave what assistance they couldto I
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year.1.------------------ up over in' to knock his ears down. the injured girls at that time, for Rent

Advertising rates, on application. ry ourselves black and blue and about wor- "There's the dirty so and so", bringing them back to Clewiston to ;II'
the hospital examination and
Devoted to the advancement and this or that bill and then wake up ,somebody screams.; "Hey you, how treatment. .
to find we were just makin' about those FREE SCHOOL BOOKSyou
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry moun- '
County., ,tains out of mole-hills. advertised would ,be given away ........................-dIIII I
I this morning?" Baseball 0
i The boys all gather at Tallahassee "
and play "Simon says thumbs up,I I "Yeah," another bird shouts, "and
If the meek inherited the earth Simon says thumbs down, Simon how about the ADJUSTMENTS: you Continued From Page 1)

they would have to give it back says wiggle-waggle" and bye and 'said you would make on old pur- ,cals scoreless for nine innings, giv- TrespassersWill ?
ttgain for taxes..Ta'x.. Times-Union. bye we got a lot of new laws, then chases?"
ing up five 'scattered hits, strikingout Be, '
the sure'nuff LAW puts on its "Let me at hima! hysterical seven, and walking '1. The Pa-
specks, turns a few clears its woman screams. "I'm a school teacher I
And summer' Is off to a new start pages hokee moundsmen has until very recently .ProsecutedThe
today. In Clewiston it{ got a long throat and" says "THUMBS DOWN." and I have been ridin' all nighton been with the Wauchula team \
And when old Simon J. Law a bus to get here for this sale.
jump on the calendar. says and "Skin" Smith, as he is known to ,.
"THUMBS DOWN" well It just'' naturally I promised my Parent-Teacher asso- his friends, is a name well known in .
I throws a mess ,of legislative ciation and all the kiddles in my baseball circles of South Florida.
Moore Haven has it all over the I effort out of the whole I'd 'em back one ,I -
back window I class that bring With the score In a 0-0 knot at
other towns in the 'Glades this week into the ash-can in the of those NINE MONTHS SCHOOL
I II I the end of the ninth, Pahokee went
with a first-class murder trial taking I
You'd think: there would be some I TERMS you was featurin' so big In into the tenth, with Pitcher Smith \

place. way we could find out whether :your double page ad." up. A double by Smith, singles by I

law was constitutional or. not before I "I'm sorry folks" the poor sales- I Bass and Tabb, a double by Hines, I
Kids must swim and should swim we get the papers all signed l manager says, "I thought everythingwas and a single by Spooner netted three
during the summer months and pro-I sealed and delivered, but It all set or I never would have runs. Clewiston threatened, in her ClewistonCompany I

gressive Clewiston citizens are mak- It can't be done and this fact makes I put. those ads in the papers, but you half of the tenth, but made. three
ing every effort to see that a 'good I it awful tough on poor Mr. Taxpayer see Simon J. Law just got back from hits and a walk good for only one I ,

and safe place Is provided in the Europe to-day and when he found run, to trail Pahokee 3-1. I

navigation channel back of the Inn. I If we attempted to run our own I out what was goin' on he refused to It was a pitcher's duel throughoutwith

business on the same basis we'd go I let us go on with the sale and there Walker holding the spotlight.The ..
One section of the Caloosahatchee I broke in a week. Take a department just isn't anything I can do about goal of every moundsman was ........"..".."......................".................."..........".........N." i I
River work has been let and the I,store for example: We'd hire a 'general -I it." ',within his reach, and only for the I

others are scheduled to start soon. 'r manager and tell him to go I "Well, if you ask me" a guy In disastrous tenth, he would have I

At the rate progress Is being madeon II ahead and make us a lot of money. the front of the crowd says, "I gone down into the list of no-hit, no- ,, ": 'r >"" '" ... "G II

the government projects they will Then he'd work out a sales plan, think it is a helluva way'' to run a run pitchers. Smith for the visitors
fill be completed almost before we I present it to the Board of Directors business. Why didn't you go to this I performed beautifully for the ten You Wreck 'Em

realize it. -they'd pass on it and say "Swell, guy Law and get an okey before innings, and managed to keep his
We Fix 'Em
go ahead." So the manager would you got into this mess?" .hits scattered to an advantage. '
And now Clewiston has a black hire a bunch of extra help, contractfor "Well we couldn't" the salesman- Clewiston will meet Pahokee i in I

widow'spider which will be on display a gob of advertising and every- ager explains. "You see, he wasn't Pahokee next Sunday afternoon. 1 PAINTING BODY AND
part time at the t! S. Engi- thing would be going: fine until some here and even if he had been he Line-ups FENDER WORK

neer sub-office. Better take a good disgruntled customer made a com- wouldn't listen to anything about Clewiston-Nail ss; Walker p; TOPS SEAT COVEnsuPHOLSTERY

look at it so you'll recognize the plaint and Sit reaches the ears of old, the business. Just tells us 'to go Moore cf; Cruze c; Pape 3b; McLen-

: lady when you meet her. She's dan- Simon J. Law who owns 51 percentof ahead and later if he don't happento 'don Ib' ; Hawkins rf; Hooks 2b; Done by An Expert

erous. the stock. So he puts his flat foot like what we've done he steps in Beery it. I
Courteous Service
down and, says "No go." and puts a stop to it." I Pahokee-Bass rf; Larrimore cf;
Pahokee is staging fishing con- The poor sales manager says, Tabb ss; Hines c; H. Spooner 3b; Work Guaranteed.

: tests every Thursday afternoon dur- "But we've ordered $30,000 worthof MAN IS FINED FORDRUNKEN L. Spooner If; Mock If; S. Spooner2b Prices Reasonable.PIONEER ., I

ing the. summer holidays. The fish stock and ,hired a lot of extra DRIVING ; Jacobs 2b; Denton Ib; Smith 'p. -
; must be caught on Thursday after- and the sale has been advertised. .
help ( -- Summary: -Runs: Hooks, Bass, i
::' :. p.oons.auchula Advocate. Seems If you call it off now you'll mess Clifford Krantz plead guilty Tues- Tabb, Smith. I

t-. as though the Lake Okeechobee fishermen everything up." : day afternoon in County Judge H. Hits-Beery, Cruze, Hawkins, Service Station |

f are bound to get all the bass "Well, young man" the big shot! A.' Rider's court to driving while Moore, 2, Nall, McLendon, Beery,
10 g .
f the now, even if they could- says, "that's just your hard luck." under the influence of intoxicating Smith Bass, Tabb, Hines, H. Spoon- "
' n't when they were allowed to fish "But" the salesmanager cries, "1 liquor and was fined $100 and costs. er. Wrecker Service at All Hours DI '

i them commercially.-Bronson Jour- have presented the whole plan to the I His companion at the time, A. M. I Umpires-Miner and Shelley I w;;;;:;. -U;' !i1IrO".....,.,..",,,c.., J ,
_ nal.
"R' I Ie


r: From the time the storm clouds .

:!.J. of depression began to gather we

. have tried to argue that the quickest a sporting !

, and best solution of the unemployment 0T9M9T9tS! ,

?,:' problem was for everybody

f'; who had previous experience withk'
soil to get'back on the land on a
:: subsistence basis until the economic ,

clouds lifted.Objection .

K- is made to such a plank .

on the ground that.it is not the con- ; _>. You've be en '
I venient and comfortable thing to do Gulf paSSlng
g P u u P 7
.,', and that it should not be necessary. y : Y? s?h $ poning a mpslatel. Y,you'repOst_ 1'n out if 10 fund Gill!'
That there are better solutions to great one or !, :I bester
lSCovery. more /
: the difficulty. Perhaps there but Get OJ the 5 ." ,
are, ;, f': >y : re-ac u l 111any Ways .
! ; .' up to date those who tried have not Tryst for 3 with Gulf.it's 5 g'Ood'fit'e. Why? Becau; _.:: "': ..',
hr- "
worked shown tYee ks.
or any inclination Give '
c b ance lt a Controlled lnes ln ,' ./ '
r'i to work. I .4S to prove itsel refini -l' .,' : .,: .
. However, the farm offers some-t :; ,,::: cant Iosey ouu f/ You nOt only 2 or 3- ng gives it :+: >'L.' .
thing to eat and shelter from the Yr Y here' g tn. And lIes of butall5qllali. ".
s'nhY a
w,e P
eLect .
, storms and something to wear, even say this ais' '::'
:;; if hard work Is required, ,and this is '. ', 7 50 cai.owne' T ry T.d'Gulf',' !!,' ",... ,
,: certainly better than .. recently car ; ;
hunger and :;. up OUr took ) ginntn y o urI
;f' cold. Some effort is being made by : ; .a co SPOrtlng offer, g today!
f the government at rehabilitation of f r ? fllparcd That Good GULF UEFINING
V the farm population, which is good < -z GUI i co I
11: .
: in its way but still puts the federal brand E..or(1) OWo .. fA\

.'o. government back of every individual s :,r.rG,'''rf r, ?: starllO (.', In1,Cage(2) ,};:" Q. StoPpin hdf'Sth best a Yot t .
effort and the -time may come when PIck-up (4) Stop W car-to
I:.. the government will be unable to do '' a '< < ; m PO Wcr (S) all-ar I gill hnd estnggas the ?You,
,', i r! % a uIId enswctin
va>; ;rowc\ performance this Gu
its part. And people are prone, to hop 00
',c cv fit, od r.r I-1 et pI u.s
; other
into Uncle Sam's lap at the slightest I; valuable' .
I 011) '
) bints.
opportunity and lose all their inia- }: GJ Sl11 ojI.J 0 Fr e-a//
" tive. Furthermore,* it, is manifestly f rlZlI&e Disc. t;

impossible for the government to assume -

;. fill the responsibility that pro-

:', perly belongs to the individuals.
! Many a man who as yet has been

;. able to get along under his own I k

power has tucked away back' in his "

" ,head a thought that in the' last an- I THAT G GOLF GASOLINE
;: alysis, if worst comes to worst, he
, will 'get out on a piece of land and !
[ '.1 pioneer it as his forefathers did, pre
. '. S ferring this to becoming dependent
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upon the help of an over-generous
f government.-The Arcadian. i

;: JUDGE OX VACATION : ::, You will \iind the new GULF-LUBE OIL and all other ,..
(MooreHaven Democrat) .
; County Judge R. C. Vorhees left \ GOOD GULF PRODUCTS At ,

yesterday morning to spend a four '" .
week's vacation with relatives and .

friends in Indiana, ,Michigan and "

Ohio. County Judge H. A. Rider, of SUGARLAND SERVICE STATION

Hendry County will act in the capacity '
: of judge in Glades county until S ,

Judge Vorhees return. He accompanied Glenn Elkerlon Prop .
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley

Wayman and sons who are visiting

relatives in Chicago, 111. .


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-..........................................................................!........_--..... .......h. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rowan anq Mrs. H. .A. Bestor, Mrs. C. W. Mc-I STONE-DURRANCE I Old Rumanian Custom

*? '*' son of Jacksonville week-end Donald Mrs. W. P. Jr.,
were Vaughn,
I '' t., n\ f tow years ago It was the ..
,1> :_: Personal I Mention ::_;: guests of Mrs. Rowan's parents, Mr. Mrs. E. W. Digges, Mrs. Keathley I Mrs. Viola 'Stone announces the ,.lIsllIlIl i ; ,in t Kiiiiuuila; ht| cut a hole in '

/ i I ..::...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:I..:..:..:...:!.. and Eunice Mis.- Meredith Foster returned Meredith.to Jack-Miss I Bowden, Mrs W. F. Simpson, Mrs.E. engagement and approaching marriage I the Last' ice.1 lit crass( a sin-urn Then unIt men intu dived this for to
'J. C. Mills, Mrs. A. A. Munroe Mrs. of her daughter Bonceil, to
John KettI and E. J. Rogero spent sonville with them for an extended, this and tbe individual so fortunate
d 4 ,' visit. Campbell E. Nail and Mrs. G. H. Mr. Foy Durrance, formerly of Glen-
0 Monday and Tuesday in Miami. ax 'in line) if'a A $ permitted to carryIt
]i Small. I ville, Georgia. for I In IP Uajs and to collect a con-

pj ; Mrs. A. H. Neighbors of Pensa- Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. Elbert L. Tea guests were Mrs. George W. 'I Miss Stone, :has been for. several'I ";.iilcrnhlom'\unt 'of mope.?. .

.J h cola is visiting her parents, Mr. and Stewart, Mrs. Leah Spicer and Mrs. Sparks, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. G. years an assistant in the First Bankof I ; (
B. Rackstraw Mrs. Martha Lude-I
Francis M. Wright ,
Mrs. E. J. Rogero. spent Thursdayin Clewiston. Mr. Durrance ,is em-:I IS. YOIt.! SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
: : Canal Point as members of the kens, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Milton
Clewiston Garden Club. They actedas Crouch, Mrs. J., W. Ezelle Mrs. W. ployed by the Sugar Corporation.The .
; of New, Port Richey -f
Mrs. Ag date for the wedding has not
judges in a home lawn contest Prewitt, Mrs. Harry Turner and : '
." visited' friends in Clewiston Wednes-, conducted among colored residentsof Mrs.' I. M. 'Pafford. I been announced. I ]. M. COUSE

day. the labor camp of the U S. Sugar

.' Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman spent Corporation by F. E. Bryant, mana- Counselor and Attorney; at Law '.,
ger of the Eastern division. .
the week-end in Orlando and Jacksonville Hopkins Building :'-

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley returned I Feast the Family on Hot Breads I Wednesdays and Saturdays

i 9:30 to 4:00A.
, ;.,1 Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and little Friday from a motor trip I '

1 son! Joe, are visiting relatives in north./ They visited relatives in

'J Stuart for a few days. Washington and Mrs. Beardsley's W!?j; WW0; <<1r ; w sflr J.t.1.1t
mother, Mrs. L. H. -
Robbins .
who .
:/ accompanied '> :: : ;; :? :: :? .
I }$:tC: .dd@i'\d-r.: > Pw.s.; : f'; '''; l;>;:- kst'.yssr; :: ;t< "ZX.Iv
;: Mr.. and Mrs. 'James A. Rumbley them on the trip, remained t '. : :; ; v / J.: LITTLE
of Canal Point visited 'friends in there. The Beardsleys then visit-' ., .V_._' I '

Clewiston\ Sunday. ed other points of interest and returned '"' 1f < .. ... ,- "tp.Jt.1 OsteopathBy *
by of Marietta .nf' ;
way Ohio, to f.
Father Francis.Finnegan returned -* attend commencement festivities at AppointmentLAKE

Saturday from a week's stayin Mr. Beardsley's Alma Mater.
Jacksonville. I Lid w. (y !, ; ;}}.%: :', ,,Sa::::.' : j: S;
A group of Moore Haven Woman'
'Miss Alma Crews, of Fort Myer, Club members were guests, of Mrs. v h?;

is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. E. W. F. Simpson and Mrs. Keathley x 'n .

Mills and family. Bowden for bridge and luncheon rr1,){ trix.yI B. Mershon

Wednesday morning. Those .
attend- '

Mrs. W. C. Prewitt returned Tues- ing were Mrs. D. M. Draughn, Mrs.F. ,. M Jl1\fl< *t1il 4tt.: \\1t AGENT
:<:; ::::: ::; :M : t {
day from a three week's visit with A. Flanders Mrs. V. V. ( '" ): : T :: '<:: i' ; Iso,''
Mason, ,4n': :>HMt : MiW; :;: : :;n. j !
relatives in Fort Meade. Mrs. J. M. Couse, Mrs. J. F. McLure, k:;:;;:' ,:N >';::::. *: :i1-.i:: : : : :: < 0 :;? New York Life '

-- Mrs. L. A. Farnam, Mrs.: Florence

I Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden Ryan, Mrs. Charles W. Ryan, Mrs. rl ..iiJilll Insurance Company

l--* and son, Kay, spent Sunday' in Okee- W C. Nail and Mrs. D. C. Settle.
$ Wf\I &
SCHARNBEHGS ENTERTAIN I : : : $%fk: f.{ i.f'f.&I: ; -g f&: pflH: RKt===h: ,

Mr. and Mrs. Carol transacting E. Swinney busi-of WITH JOINT BIRTHDAY PARTY r ifJ@ 9ii .jlt; ; i f. fif.: IJJ.lIWf! 1t.

Fort Myers were ,.ttl k='i'.: :Mk: / R ESTIMATES FURNISHED! ON
ness in Clewiston the .first of the Mr. and Mrs. Oliver H. Scharn : ..; ;A: ,'' w .; '1A 1 ;j'W REQUEST

week. berg were honor guests at a joint I

birthday party: Friday evening when ..- C. .STEBEL
Mr., and Mrs. C. W. McDonald and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. 'Scharnberg .

i children, Carolyn and Sonny spent entertained at a delightful buffet Electrical ContractingPHONE
\ the week-end with relatives in Or.- supper. ; !w :;: ,

lando. Two birthday cakes iced in pink morning breakfast is the cheese evenlyVver dough. ;Sprinkle 2121

a I and white and in green and ,white SUNDAY breakfast of the with salt and paprika. Cut in PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
; Miss Maxine Davis and Miss An- formed a part of the table decora- week. This meal-usually a sub- strips (&x % 'inches, roll each strip

?? netta Matthews of Lakeland are tions. Colored stantial one affords a housewife and place in greased muffin pans. Agent for
sandwiches further Or roll,sheet as for jellyroll, cut in
spending some time in' Clewiston vis- an opportunity to prove that her
carried out the color scheme. hand has not lost its cunning in %-inch slices, and place slices on GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
.' iting Mr. and Mrs. Fred McKenzie. Several tables of players enjoyed the making of hot breads. These greased baking sheet. Bake in hot I

bridge and Michigan after supper.At Cheese Roulettes'were just made to ,oven (425 F.) 15 to 20 minutes. RANGES AND
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Mitchell, Fay the Michigan tables Mr. and Mrs. go with scrambled eggs and bacon. Makes 2 dozen; roulettes.. APPLIANCESNew /

: Lou Mitchell and Mrs. H. J., Oglesby Bigg held high score, Mrs. Bigg received As for the waffles-did you ever Waffles i

and daughters, Julia Ann and Nora, linen handkerchiefs and Mr. know waffles to go begging? 2 cups sifted flour I
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spent Sunday in LaBelle. Cheese Roulettes 2 teaspoons double-acting! baling
Bigg a carton of cigarettes.Mrs. .
F. Edward Bryant 2 2 cups sifted cake flour Vt teaspocn powder salt ', .: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:
was teaspoons
pre- ; baking
. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Farnam have sented hose powder 3 egg yolks, well beaten r ::: :::
.' for high bridge score j V/4 cups milk '
' '! moved to Clewiston from West Palm for ladies Vt teaspoon salt 5 tablespoons. melted butter or and Used ;
W. 4
; M. Redelsheimer tablespoons butter or other :: \
other shortening :, '
' ; Beach. They are making their home shortening .:.
a lovely picture as second prize, 3 egg whites, stiffly beaten
.; with Mr. and Mrs. R.. T. Mitchell. Miss Alma Crews received lingeriefor Melted 2/3 cup butter milk Sift flour once, measure, add'baking -/ :: FURNITUREBELLE :*_ i

-'-- third prize and Miss Virginia 1 cup grated American cheese powder and salt, and sift again; .s. ...
Mr. and Mrs. Uoe Godfrey left Salt Combine and milk 1
... Gallant handkerchiefs for low. Paprika egg yolks ; add' !
Wednesday for North Carolina. Mrs. gradually to flour, beating only until t y
Sift flour
Among men players Fred Hill won once, measure, add bak-
Godfrey will remain all summer but : ing powder and salt, and sift again. smooth. Add shortening. Fold : GLADE
high score prize carton i
a of
A cigar-
P in egg' whites. Bake in hot waffle
her husband l will return to Clewiston Cut in shortening;; add milk all at
f: ettes; J. W. Moran with second high Iron. Serve with butter
once and stir carefully until all ::
after a week's stay: FURNITURE COMPANY I
received silk socks, third prize, a flour is dampened. Stir vigorouslyuntil maple-flavored syrup. Makes fouror
traveling set of brush and clothes mixture forms soft dough and five 4-section woffles. I ::: ::: I

'Mr.. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg hanger was won by F. E.: Bryant and follows spoon around bowl. Turn Ham Waffles :;: Belle Glade, FloridaNext :: I
l and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. \ out immediately on slightly floured Use I
and :
handkerchiefs, low score prize, : recipe for Waffles, sprinkling .. '.' I
Scharnberg spent Thursday on a went to R. L. Coker. Mrs. Oliver I' board and knead 30 seconds. Rollintc"oblong % cup finely cut boiled ham I .!. Door To Theatre.. 'ir I f
-: trip to the Singing Tower at Lake sheet, % inch thick. over batter just before closin-
Scharnberg received
J Wales. prize. a lovely guest I Brush with melted hutt'r. unread waffle iron. I ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;. i
The guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. -,
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Mr. and"")Mrs. Oliver H. Scharn- C. Owen, Mr., and'Mrs. F.*E. ,Bryant I ............ i ii

berg will leave tomorrow for their of Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. F. .. :: ;
home in Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Herman .; th.. :
.j1. i Scharnberg will Deane Duff, Lt. and Mrs. R.' Selee, '..' .:. FOR SALE i' .t.
accompany Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mr. and v : *
; them for visit of few weeks. v
a a
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mr. and -Mrs. .: '.' :

:f ( I Mrs. William H. Mills and daughter H.Redelsheimer A. Bestor,, Mr.Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs.W.F.: M.I. :: :i:: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :;: ::

\ Rose Ann, left Saturday fbr Miami _: A yXvA
Hill, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Byrd Mr. '' :
.1; where they were en route for : .
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': and Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mr. and Mrs. y
:-: Laredo, Texas, where they visiting
are .j +
.. M. W. Bigg, Miss Eunice Meredith, I
)"+ i relatives., Miss Virginia Gallant, Miss Sue :::, :: ::: ::: !
; ." .:. .:. .!. ;.
.. Maxwell, Miss Alma Crews of Fort .
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Mrs. Ida Redelsheimer and grand- ':' : :
Myers, Mrs. C. L. Downs, J. W' Moran ) 1 f d A tX
con, Marvin" Redelsheimer of Jack- y
R. L. Coker, W. C. Prewitt, Joe X Xy
srnville, spent this week in Clewis-
Johnson Johnny Lucaa and Parker fxy
ton with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redel-
Wilson. t Vy
sheimer.A +'
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!. Mr. and Mis. M. P. Peterson spent PARTY HONORING VISITOR AA I ...
the week-end in Jacksonville: Mrs. : : VAy
T. B. Shelley accompanied them as y : iv'1 I VAX
Mrs. F. M.. Wright's home was the ? X
far as Daytona Beach and visited
scene of a lovely bridge party Wednesday + x

her mother, there. Oliver Scharnberg afternoon of honoring Boston. Mrs.Mrs. j'' .:.'

\ Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford returned n I 0:.' I Ii
Malcolm W. Bigg and Mrs. Wright '
Monday from a two weeks vaca- 'X'r
were joint hostesses.The 1' : .
relatives .
tion spent with in Georgia. '' :
living rooms and the porch : X
Their daughter, Anne, remained in
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Brunswick with her grandparentsand where the card tables were arranged : Y'..' 0;s.;'
were decorated with vales of X'i'
will return later. t
beautiful flowers in pastel shades. y I ::: ..:.
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Miss Ulla Jacobsen spent the Mrs. Scharnberg was presented i 's': I :

week-end with friends in Moore with a desk portfolio as ,guest prize. : VAy I

Haven and left from there Monday Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer receiveda

!I"C for Tampa. She is spending a hostess 'tray for high score prize; v :y AyX
month's vacation with her father, Mrs. Fred Hill a cheese set for, sec- xi

P. M. Jacobsen.H ond prize and Mrs. M. E. Yenawinea X f

--- powder jar of blue crystal for low .s. "i' ':0 .",
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score. Mrs. I. M. Pafford won the 0' :0 : :
O. Peters and W. F. Simpsonwere Y "
in Jacksonville the first of the cut prize for tea guests and received' .:. 't' .. I 's'_ ,::.:

week. They were present at the dis a pair of china cruets. :y yy

U. S. Engineers office when the Playing were Mrs. C. L. Downs, .
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f'trict on the work first were unit opened.of the Caloosa- Duff Mrs., W.Mrs.C.E. Owen L. Stewart Mrs., Mrs.F. Deane H. J. I :j: :t: Pay The Balance Like Rent :_:: ::

-- ,B. Scharnberg, Mrs. Oliver Scharn- I :
Lt. Wm. H. Mills left Monday for berg, Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs. J. + ::: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD 'MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :j..:.:
'.' :
Jacksonville to attend the openingof E. Beardsley, Mrs. J. K. Mowry, Mrs. _:
bids on a portion of the Caloosa- W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. M. E.

. ) hatchee-Okeechobee project. From Yenawine, Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs.

; Jacksonville he left for Atlanta to F. I. Hill, Mrs. IR.. Hall Mrs. M. H Clewiston Building' Association if

:' spend a few days at Fort McPherson R. Lawler, Mrs. W. p. Vaughn, sr.,

,(; and will spend a short vacation with Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. Clyde Byrd, .:. .'. "s' :
his parents in Buffalo, N. Y., before Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, + ::: PHONE 102 :j.2/: ::

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/ CAM"f EVEN HAVE: The bachelor called at his laundry, tpQ 64o
/ A QUIET SMOKE determined to give them a piece of his a honb QF
( o o Jll "Look here," he said sternly, "what's Aq + n dF !a

the idea of charging me ten cents ex-
f tra for each shirt-cuff?" bra oh dQe Qp'1,
"Because you make: pencil notes on
them," said the manager. 4
"And why should that make all the I ti4 d 0ie da e (
difference?" he. asked puzzled. a
"The girls waste so much time try Ji iSQ
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kc1NO ing to read them," came the reply. e4y rv fO td1

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M E'' ROPE BUT IROrJ FIl TNE,' ,to rn kow,, 'rn I II I I II II II II II II

ofd S pcr hog
: 2 40''GC ,oEprof
I 4o uprr Got

I leDu unl pl OlonP
0 ese2I
Collector-I've had of
enough mounting
these stairs every week to collect I
r'I my bit!, I

Cool Debtor-Well, I have a bit of I
I good I flews for jou. Tomorrow I move
down two floors.
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Kindness AppreciatedThey I
were late for the theater. The You can make yourself a mighty
I smart summer wardrobe right from
box-office clerk;: was as polite as onlya
Wsatara Nswsptper IIalon ."',.' box-ottice clerk can be. but he this one pattern. Simplicity's the
couldn't find them a seat. However, I thing-shiitmaker frocks are 'the
top"-and here's, a beautifully fittingmodel :
they were knowing ones and slipped

FINNEY OF THE FORCE dBe;R tad oft pghue Peeper round the side who'and managed;: to find i tions. that Made may in a take tie silk many or print 1 aria'it
an attendant let them In;
HE BE IM THERE, OKAY, At the first Interval they felt for is perfect under coats now and on
into summer-make it again as In
CASS1DY NOW VEX SARC5E their hats to ;o home,
"1 want to .(hat at the box the other sketch;: -with squat neck
Ii see man
f: ; KAPE HIM% COVERED 1L\7 42' othce before we go." said one "and tip I line and loose sleeves, in a solid
i / FROM HERE AM1 him." I color. Then start all over and use a

t' I i OI'LL G4 IN "\Vh.\ !" asked;: the other. stiippd or checked silk or printed ;
/ material influences the
"1',1'11 he did his bet to keep9: Hwn The
O nut.-Bast Stories Magazine.Spotting frock to a great extent-and this Is
si perfect one for developing the lovely -

!; Cusiness new fabrics.
Pattern '1Jj! his\ available in sizes
Alls Smith-(Doctor. I think you
.. rvercn.nged" for' ,\onr services while. 12, 14, 1C. IS. :20, 30 32, 34, 80. ?.S, ,
140 and 42. Sizes 10 takes :34 yards '
Muriel had the measles I
I fth Doctor-Hut. Mrs. Smith. I madenine I :,0" inch fabric. Illustrated' step-by-
calls step sewing instructions included.VSEND .
Mrs. Smith-Yes. but didn't Muriel
joins or stamps (coins preferred) for
expose the whole school?-Washing
\I:,' ton Post this pattern. Write plainly name,
address,'and style number. BE SUR11

Wife AgainFriendIt's'all
Address orders to the Sewing Cir
for to talk
right you West
cle Pattern Department, 243
about Fascism, but do you know what
Seventeenth Street, New York City.
NICE It would be like to live under a dictator I
::: I APPRECIATE iT/ NAX'BOORS SAW I \NHO IT WAS -- THAT Man-1 should think so. I've been I WAFFLES

.I' HOVJ DID' YoU FIND HIM INTER_ AM1, t4OSE'( CaUY I IS ALWAYS married for 12 )'ears.
: CALLED T NtSTATION WKCCNINC THIS HOUSE// Little Maurice, being fond of waffles -
::5''N' HERE ? poN'-f HE EVER Stung! was busily engaged in buttering
I\ II IIi "How do you pronounce 's-t-i-n-g-y?' the one his mother placed upon his
Ie asked the teacher. \ plate and without looking up, said: .
II IIr1 .
"It all depends on whether it refers "Please pass the waffle juice."
to a person or a bee?" answereda
pupil wisely.-Washington Post. Saying Little

.rl y n i First Student-It's awfully late
Jill No Indeed what'lle say to the teacher?

,". VIA Registrar of Marriages (to youthful Second Student-Oh, we won't say
If J ) D I r bridegroom-The) young lady Is nota much, just "Good morning"-she'll
9 1 I / minor. Is she? say the rest. f A\ ,
," Bridegroom-Oh, no; she works ID a
: fish! !shop! Before and fter'" "

'. -. -- "What Is premature baldness, pa?"
( THE JUDGE "Losing jour hair before you are
(: I r o married, my son-Detroit :News.
, I 'Q Wwtsrn Nswsptpor IIa'oaFar .a

:\. Away MEOW! Ahem! I

Ii: "I am sending my daughter abroadto A small boy hurried down the street
study singing; ( ; ," and halted in front of a stranger.
: "Well now that's very thoughtful; of riI' "Ila\e you lost a half dollar?" he t.
you."-Mu :kete (Vienna asked

f -,-----.-.- "Yes I believe I have!" said the 1 1I 1
'.. Bouquet With a String"Is 1 11 strange as he felt the change 'n his

it true. Miss Klderlesgh.! :;: that pocket. "Did you find one?" I III lr /I
",.'; you are going u: be married soon?" "Oh, no," replied the youngster, "I I I I t
:' Just wanted to find out how have I
"Well no. it Isn't. But I am very many
s graceful for ihr rumor." been lost today. Yours makes: 43." "I suppose you'll soon be planting I
,W your vegetable garden."
"Spitetul you sly1" "Not me. I can get all the fresh vegetables -
R TAKE NO CHANCE "Yes. an old catbird." JUST LIKE MENMrs. 1 want simply by letting my

neighbors brag to me about their suc
Capitalization cess." ;
"Why don't you promise everybodyten
or fifteen thousand dollars a )('ar7" Applied ReasonChairman'omrades t
( ,"I'll do that." answered Senator Sorghum the resolutionis 4 _
a "if iou will show me a schemeof that we oppose the deportation of
t capitalization that will insure the any citizen whatever his opinions. Arewe

: ., large revenues required for so much all agreed? .
disbursement." A "olceo! r .a
.- Chorus-Chuck 'im out !
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f" Specialization"What
I No Sales Resistance I '
HIII did jour boy Josh say when I
? f4 you told him about the Japanese I (Jumbpil-What was It induced you
beetle?" to buy a house In such a godforsaken

"Don't iou think, if you located Inoue 'He told me he was not interested," Gad-Men are such brutes! region?
place, Instead of tramping about, said Farmer Corntossel. "lie was Mrs. Tad-Aren't they. What was I"latfoot-Ol1e of the best real estate
you'd get work'!" studying political economy and not it your husband refused to buy for you men In the business.-Pathfinder Magazine.
"I'm afraid so, maul," entomology" today? .


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rvIMPROVEDUNIFORM- One-Room SchoolhousesAre showed that a rural school near Chester of 'em, millions 0' miles o'. paved!

Rapidly Dwindling III., described as, a high school, streets, an' autos- n-chasin' ye'all

BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL was being opened every school morning over the street. It's a big town, all ,j

. I" Looking Into the past for precedence with no pupil answering the roll right, as I say, but it'll never be a !

| It may be stated with some call. The teacher in this school was success. It's too fur away"

; THIS WEEKHumptyDumpty SUNDAY Lesson'' confidence that a number and possi- going through the formalities of

bly many small rural schools will; If opening and closing the school at
By REV. P. B. FITZWATDR, D. D:, they have not already done so, close regular hours each day In order to
NRA Member of Faculty, Moody Bible their doors this without : I
; spring
, ': Institute of Chicago. maintain her insurance. While ,several Constipation
Many Damocles Swords Western Newspaper Union. thought.of ever opening them again pupils registered last .September -

'I says a writer In, the St. Louis ,Globe- the 'children gradually withdrew' Relieved ,
:; Biggest and Fastest Quickly, Easily ;
Democrat. And, strange: isIt'' mayappear from the school (largely because of
{! Gangster Ingenuity, Lesson for June 23 In' the name of progress. Mrs B. G. Brown, Atlanta Ga,
from the district), until
I writes: "I take Dr. Hitchcock's All-
) Refusing to admit the resemblance In the dozen years from 1020::! to none was left ard the w -ste became Vegetable Laxative Powder for dizziness :

ij between NHA and HlIl11pt ,-nllmpty, CHRISTIAN MISSIONS 1 10"2, manyj, thousands, of small one- total. biliousness and sick headaches .

, that "all the kings room rural schools wore replaced by caused by constipation. I have never j\!
and all theklng's LESSON TEXT-Acts 1:6.8; 13:1-12. found anything better. When I feel "i
: r horses GOLDEN TEXT-Go ye' Into all the 5,400 new consolidated schools in 44 weak rundown and sluggish I take i,

men" could world, and preach the gospel to every. ,states and the total of what l In our Way Off to ,One SideA '1./3 dose after meals, or a small dose }

not put together creature.Mark 16:15.PRIMARY state of ,color blindness we are at bedtime. It thoroughly cleanses \
country storekeeper from Missouri "
< the bowels. Dr. Hitchcock's Laxa-
again, Washington TOPIC the Good
pleased to call the "little red school-
News 'of visited NewYork city recently. tive Powder is mild-but effective-
AJ v\Ill\ the Jesus.
: gather up JUNIOR TOPIC-Paul Goes Preach- hone" ,of single roofn and single On his return, he was the centerof : It acts gently yet thoroughly and ,

pieces of NI5A andfl' teacher fell to a few more than 143- attraction around the stove In his removes that clogged condition of l
.\' io reconstruct ing.INTERMEDIATE the bowels., At all drug stores 25c. ;
AND SENIOR TOPIC 000. While this increase of consolidated store the first evening. "New\ Yorkis
J : "something as -What Can I Do for Missions? schools from 12.500 to 17,900 "
( some town all right, he told his DR. HITCHCOCK'SLaxative
good. The process YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP, '
" may have been and probably was listeners. "Cars scootin' like Ugh to'nin'
IC-The of the
remind recon- Missionary Purpose .
"s-tructors may of the Church.; slowed up during recent years of over yer head, dash-burned: long Powder ri

farm depression, there can be little trains a-divin underground 'bulldln'sso ( i
hoy who took his
God is, In, his essential being, mercIful doubt that the demand for consolidated blamed high ye cain't see the topsINSTANT
watch apart put It !
and compassionate. All his schools will move up rapidlynow '
together and proud-
promises to and actions toward man that rural communities begin to
2 ..i
ly said to his
have been with redemptive ends. see the dawn. '

Arthur, nrlibnhe have friends I, put"Not,It only to.' I I. Israel a Missionary Nation. That there Is acute need for the WHEN suffer kidneys backache function badly dizziness and "

the of the whole better and broader district schoolsis r ,
Following apostasy
but I have number
gether, quite a burning, scanty or too frequent urination
race, /IGod called Abraham to becomethe quite obvious, for there Is no state .
of pieces left over that I do not I getting up at night,swollen feet I

need., :! -t head of a race through whom all' that has not had uneasy moments in and ankles; f feel! upset and miserable, 1

the nations of the earth were to be contemplation of the backwardness ol use 'Pills J

blessed (Gen. 12:1-3). The first gos- of 'some of their most backward Doan's are especially for poorly j

The Weyerhaeuser kidnapers, however pel promise, that of Genesis 3:15, was school districts. As cheaply as some working kidneys. Millions of boxes i I
"hard-boiled" they may be must are used every year. They are recommended !
,to become an actuality through the of them are conducted, most of the '
feel nervous when they hand out one by users the country over.
missionary activities of the Jewish smaller schools are expensive affairs, \
of the. $200.000::! ransom bills, knowing Ask your neighbor. -
people. especially wlien'we get around to, l- i
that the number and series of every ''
L. 1. 'The nations of the earth invited to weighing, the cost of education we
bill are in the possession of government -
1 look to God (Isa. 55:22)). Israel was do not give our children. ) I

detectives., called to be the peculiar witness to; The office of education, Department Self !
It ,will not make spending the money the, nations of Jehovah, the one God 'of Interior, recently revealed in Neating ;I I

more, ,agreeable to learn that thirty Deut. 0:4)). startling totals what some of these LIGHTING i Ii
"G-men" from the attorney general's 2. Christ given, as a light to the smaller schools have become. In Iron the easy way in one-third less time PARKER'S 1

office will devote their entire time to nations (Is. 4D :6). Christ is. the way, 7,000 of the 143,000 one-room schools with the Coleman. Iron in comfort any HAIR BALSAM t I
for those bills and tracing the place. It's entirely self-heating. No cords 1
hunting the truth, and the life (John 14G: ). studied by the office of education, for or wires. No weary,endless trips between o ItemovesDandrufStopeisirFalling ,

spenders of them-$200.000 worth of Christ is the light. of the world (John example, the average attendance was a hot stove and ironing board. Makes its Imparts Color and Hair 'I l lBeautytoGrayendFaded !
own Burns 96/o air. Lights instantly
Damocles swords.
8:12), ). five or fewerpupils and 250 schools -pre-heating.. Operating cost only Hffcor 60e Chem and$1,!Wk8.00 at.Pntehoene Druggist,N,Y. !

3. Jonah, a Jew, goes as a mis- e'\'e\ ,found which had only one pupil write M an for hour.FREE See Folder.your local dealer or FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in 'f

The giant French ship Normandie Is sionary to a Gentile city (Jonah each. Later news that escaped the THE COLEMAN LAMP & STOVE CO. connection with Parker's HairBalsamMakesthe ,

here' and pleasing to Americans who 3:1-10): Jonah Is prophetic of the nation federal, school authorities, possibly, Dcpt. WU31S Chicago. Wichita'E.I Bane Philadelphia; If*AmrclM Pa. Calif(631S: gists.hair soft Hiscox and fluffy.Chemical 60 cents Works by, Pakbogtle mail or at,drug N.Y. :

like superlatives. She Is the biggest and God's purpose for the Jews. tf J

liner ever launched, the longest broad- While the chosen nation has been dis-

est, heaviest, costliest. And. crossingIn obedient to God as Jonah was, yer .

4 days 11 hours 42 minutes she is after severe chastisement they shall Ofl' rI @&&ft1J is benched II IISAY

the fastest.: She 'Is built, not for profit, fulfill the divine purpose.,

but for glory and to advertise French II. The Church a Missionary Or- .... ......-"" COI- ..,.rr -"' ._'M---r -"'"

supremacy. ganization.The DIZZY SURE:! WHY HEY DIZZY WHERE INTO TOWN TO tYOU i

England will soon send her Queen' very genius of the Church i Is COULD YOU WHEN I WAS GOING WITH PICK UP TEN ,

Mary after the Normnndie's record propagation through devout missionary PITCH A I AND BUCKS !
and, doubtless Mussolini will soon effort.
enter the race.' \ 1. The apostolic commission (Matt '
Uncle Sam? Well, he is busy with :2S:1S:! :20):! i 1i 1I
, _,__ other things, very busy. Just now. a. The authority of Jesus (v. 18). i
-- -' God save him all authority in heaven
and -earth. b. The commission- of t W Jl i if
In the line of viciousness modern \f r l= l.
Q 1 1U 1l
the apostles (vv. 19, 20).
gangsters show ingenuity. Police give
I (1) It to teach that is make
these details of the death of Danny was ,

1 Walsh head of a booties rum syndi- disciples of all nations (v, 19). They
were to make known to the world that
I !', ,, cate who was kidnaped, ransomed for
Christ died
is ; $40.000. later murdered. ,I Enemies took to save sinners.

him to spa In a boat made him sit ((2) Baptize those who believed. + -nw.. iJ I

with tub This baptism was to be in the name l
his feet In a of wet cement
I of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost, Indicating -
, i and watch while'it hardened. He was

d 1 then thrown overboard with the tub that the believer has been

;j :' of cement hard around his feet. Several brought into definite relationship to

i i:, times. while he watched! the. each member of the Holy Trinity. ,

, j cement harden. must have: o'c'I'rreIt" ((3) To teach the disciples obedI- I ., 'I

ence (v. 20). Profession Is not enough. J 'f'
to Danny Walsh: that a criminal career
Oberience, must Issue. _OH NO, YOU'RE NOT YOU'REGOING
i i(, is not profitable. JUST I DROPPED AROUND TO
e., The all-suflicient promise (Y. INTO THE GUARDHOUSE.AND .
20). There would constantly be the YOU'LL STAY THERE TILLIT'S
To say Ian Is half tiger and haltmonkey" THAN I THOUGHT YOU WAS
blessing and fellowship of the all- TIME FOR
is sometimes unjust to the WHEN I NAMED YOU DIZZY.( \}::
;' powerful Savior and Lord. TO' PITCH
monkey. At. High Point, N. C.. .7. R.RIggs. TRYIN' TO PITCH ffr"'i '-- a aC"
2. The missionary program (Acts US TOMORROW I DIZZY AN DON'T
i midJ\e\ -aged, operating a fillingstation ;: ,
1G8)'The Church Is under solemn THREE GAMES BUT, SARG, I '-{
found with nails DRAG YOUR FEET
was tenpenny \
obligation to witness 'to all the worldof ,, r IN TWO DAYS ; COULD HAVE {
:5 driven through each hand and each i
J the gracious salvation which has aria. DONE IT-EASY. ': 'ir r
fastened to a rough wooden
': : been provided In .Christ. ew"iz > I I'VE BEEN DOING IT ,
: r The been nailed
;:;:-.. cross. man.. having f n
3. The first missionaries
: : to the cross only for a short time will lr EVERY WEEK, ONLY
(Acts 13:12). The occasion for this
!I :. probably live. RIggs admitted he had, YOU OlDNrONE ;;:;;:
enterprise was a meeting of certain .
engineered the crucifixion to regain KNOW
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prophets and teachers at Antloch.
his wife's affection.
; While these ministers were 'engaged in t1'i

praying, the Lord laid heavily upon
Sometimes gangsters show signs of
their hearts the evangelization of ths
;, Intelligence. Volney Davis arrested
world. This marks the beginning of
In Chicago In connection with the
foreign missions as the deliberately
I Bremer kidnaping, was "flown" to St.
Ai planned enterprise of the Christian
there confessed }x, k ..
Paul and arriving \tvg ; }
'complicity In the kidnaping, saying to
4. Preaching the gospel in Europe I
the judges: "1 knew I could not get GEE, DIZZY, PITCHNO1 OUT OF HOW CAN I < SWELL WAY
'' (Acts 16:6-10). Paul's Inclination was
to tarry In Asia Minor preaching the

Word, but he was carried along by the TWO DAYS MUST 'CAUSE t HAD OF ENERGY NUTS LIKE 100

Land ownership! is the best foundation Spirit. The Holy Spirit Is just as NAVE TAKEN A LOT THE STRENGTH DIZZY ? IT'S PACKED WITH .

of prosperity .and security' under active In closing doors as In openingthem. : OUT OF YOU I AND ENERGY .. THE STUFF THAT

Just government.' The time had come for the I 70 BACK IY UP ry ?' '|| MAKES ENERGY- OLENTY OF ITJ ,fir:; ;;;:
I Those seeking to establish refugees
gospel to begin its of
from Jprman.v tn Palestine decide < C:Cyl } s {, : +.vQl \ f\'t sc C.yQ. sue
other continent. Paul, being hemmedIn >'.':: ;:vyhj4H:: .,
wisely, to begin with land ownership.
on all sides, was given the visionof
A fund,expected to exceed' $5.000.000 1:. ...4 0.x .N .. C .
a man of Macedonia pleading for
\Is being raised for that purpose.

r The ground under your feet'cannot'' help.
5. Preaching Christ before
run away cannot be stolen.
( 20:12-20). Paul, ,having been

brought before the king took ad- '
::: \
A Brooklyn girl ten years old, paid
vantage of the opportunity to witnessto
'l SI for a sweepstakes ticket won $30-'
him of the Savior. Observe
"r r (000., It will cost other little girls and ,

big men' and women many dollars for a. His manner of life (v. 12). He

-,<: :' .., every dollar accidentally won. showed tl.at he had been In strictest

Uncle Sam Is presumed to get his accord with, the most rigid sect of the arj
11# Jews. b. His supernatural conversion -'
share of the winnings In Income tax --

He and his country would' be richer (vv. 13-15). Christ had appearedto '

"' t f ,. J If he could find a way to prevent thf him on the way to Damascus and Boys! Girls! .. Get Valua Ie. 'PrIzes Free!,
'. gambling Invasion. revealed himself to himc.. Jesus

Christ commissioned him for a workvv. {l' .o"v@1'' yilgi Join Dizzy Dean Winners-carry Dizzy's Lucky Piece! -----:.:..- ?,

( 10-18)). He was sent to the Gen-
The United States has Important Send the top from one full-size Grape-Nuts package, with t;

work to do outside of NIlA and Its 'tiles to open their blind eyes, to turn your name and address,to Grape-Nuts,Battle Creek,Mich., "' 11!

revision, work with which the Supreme -' them from darkness to light and 'from Dizzy D. Membership for membership pin and copy of club manual, containing list l. .,

court would not Interfere, and the power of Satan to God. d. Mi ,Pn.SohdbroOlewlthredenameled of 37 nifty free prizes. And to have loads of }
lettering. Free
'i I for 1 Grape-Nuts
that Is the control of floods protection consecration (vv., 19, 20)). He rendered I 1 package-top. In ordering membcrsaip energy, start eating Grape-Nuts light away. ywZ? II 1I

of population against them. Two hun Immediate obedience to his commis I pin,be sure to ask for Prize 301. v t3 Tt has a winning flavor all its own-crisp, nut- ,;
,. = like delicious. Economical to serve,too,for two
He showed that the Dizzy Dean Lucky Piece. Just like
and opposition 11N
: dred fifty are reported killed In I p
milk providemono
Dizzy carries-with his good luck : tablespoons,with whole or cream,
southwestern Nebraska, following flood which he now experienced was due on reverse side. Free for 1GrapeNuts more varied nourishment than many a hearty A Product of General

and tornado. to his vigorous prosecution: of his package-top. In crdcr- meal. (Offer expires Dec. 31, 1935.) Foods

King Features Syndicate loo. work. I Log lucky,piece, ask! for Prize 303. .
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camp. I I but paying no tax on receippts from prisonmcnt in tho county Jail for six [ is allowed. expenses for additional
ControlBillContinued -
Fire Several new rowboats hare been :I repairs, shoe shines or dyeing. months or both. Making fraudulent employes to carry out the act. All

constructed and are advertised as I A- radio shop should separate its return is punishable by a fine of net proceeds are appropriated for

j ( from page 1) suitable for outboard motors as well i receipts from the sale of radios from $300 to $1,000 or imprison-I I the public schools with the proviso

such heaps or piles to prevent the as rowing. tubes, aerials, etc., but should not ment in the county jail for one-year that all of-the money shall be used A".4

spread of fire therefrom In case of shall fire The new camp is located, near the I I pay a tax for labor receipts for in- or both. for teachers' salaries and transpor- ti

be and burned that such or otherwise heap pile disposed or stack of as open lake and several parties have stallation or repair Jobs. Action for debt or assumpsit may tation, none for school bonds or 1

shall be cTlrcctel by notice or order reported catching nice strings of fish] be taken against delinquent followed debts.
from the Chief of the Everglades Fire A grocery store would pay a tax any
Control District or from the County there during the past week. Boats on all receipts.A by attachment and garnish What to do-If you deal in any
Fire Warden. It shall be unlawful brush to are rented by day or half day at a ment.A lof the personal property not exempted -
pile or accumulate any store would a tax
stack dry goods pay
trash or other Inflamable material nominal rate.Freeman. I lien is created against the real I and also in services make arrangements -
within one hundred feet of any highway on most receipts but might classify
road or canal bank. for exemption, receipts for altera- and personal property of the delin- to set up on your books

SECTION 8: The setting of all fires Discusses tions, sewing or other services.A quent which can be handled like a''.a classification of receipts that will
the burning of all trash and brush the judgment enable you to compute the amount
clearing of all fields woods prairie or jewelry store would pay a tax j and the property sold by
other lands by fire shall be under the Senate Tax Bill on all goods sold over the counter, the sheriff on warrant from the received from sales of personal pro-
supervision of the Chief of the Ever- comptroller, which is held superiorto perty alone. Do this before the first
glades Fire Control District or by the but receipts from watch jewelry
In accordance mortgages and other liens day of July. When the comptroller
County Fire Warden and repairs should be separated and no
Tallahassee June 20. Gilbert
with such rules and regulations as announces application blanks are
may be prescribed therefor. Freeman, Highlands county tax paid except on the sale of parts.A Permits may be revoked by the [available further Instructions will

SECTION 9: The Chief of the Ever- newspaper publisher recently said barber or beauty shop would comptroller for violations. ?
be given.-Tallahassee Democrat.
glades Fire Control District Is hereby no tax except on the sale of cos- Those who fail to comply with
authorized to establish fire patrols In Senate Bill 889, passed by the 1935 pay -----. -
said district and purchase lease rent or Legislature, sponsored by a Florida metics, razors, or tonics. the law may be enjoined from doing
equip- 1 Diverse Results '
hire ment such or machinery labor services as he teams may deem Press Association committee will An electric shop would pay on appliances business in violation of it. i

necessary and pay therefor such priceas save the state and delinquent tax sold, but not on chargesfor Charges may be brought against Old age brings quietness to man and I II
may be agreed upon by and with the noise to an automobile.-Kansas City I
consent of the Governor. The Chief payers $1,250,000 annually. Installation or for repairs.A violators on complaint orinforma- :
of the and Everglades with the consent Fire Control of the Districtby Gov- "Senate Bill 889, regardless of plumbing shop would pay on I tion.The I j

ernor Is hereby authorized to adopt and what anyone says does not effect the fixtures sold but not on receipts for I delinquent is entitled to a __ I

promulgate such reasonable rules and taxpayers' benefits under the Futch labor on installations or repairs. I II I hearing before the comptroller who i 1
regulations as may be necessary for the NOTICE iI 1I
complete protection of the lands lying Bill and does not affect the home I. A garage would pay on tires and may summons or swear witnesses.The i I I
within the district and such rules and accessories sold but would pay no merchant also may go into courtto
regulations shall have the force of law stead exemption at all, nor does it NOTICE is hereby given that the 5
and shall be enforcable under the pro-' Increase the tax millage", Freeman tax on repair jobs, automobiles, gasoline contest the levy but, if so, the full Board of County Commissioners of \ i

visions of this act. said. or oils. amount claimed due must be deposited Hendry County, Florida, will meet I

SECTION 10: The Chief of the Ever- A restaurant, hot dog stand, cigar in the registry of the court. with the Assessor of Taxes for said j jI
glades Fire Control District at proper "As a matter of fact, it preventsan
periods of the year and under condi- store or cold drink stand would pay Dealers may take credit on July I County, at the office of the Clerk of !
tions favorable therefor, permit, authorize increase of approximately 50 percent on full receipts. licenses payments or on gross receipts the Circuit Court of' said County, on
order and require the burn- in the state millage, as such an i I the 1st day of July 1935, at '10 o'- I
Ing of fields, woods prairies, trash piles, A liquor store would pay a tax on payments for August, or Sep-
increase would have been clock A. :M. for the of hear-
r r r brush heaps or other accumulations of necessaryto receipts.A tember "unexpired portions of purpose I
.: combustible or Imflamable material by pay $750,000 in extra fees to tax gross ing complaints and receiving testi-
the owner proprietor lessee tenant or assessors, collectors, circuit court book store would pay a tax on taxes paid under the repealed store' mony as to the value of any property I
" other occupant of such lands Such articles sold but would license law of 1933.
all books or
real or personal, as fixed by the
permit, authority order or requirementby clerks and newspapers, required be- I
the said Chief of the Everglades Fire cause of a typographical error in the not pay on receipts from book rent- An Additional Tax-The taxes imposed said County Assessor of Taxes on ,
\' Control District shall not excuse or remove als. by the 1935 laws are in addi- the tax assessment roll of said county I '
to of the original Futch Bill, '
from the or persons passage
\ whom Issued or require person any liability or which error provided that stateowned A tailor's position would have to tion to all occupational license and for the year 1935, of perfecting, J

responsibility for damages which may be clarified. He might pay on mater- other taxes levied except the store reviewing and equalizing the assess-
result from carelessness or neglect on tax lands be re-assessed, re-ad- ment, and will continue in sessionfor
,, his part In setting starting looking ials sold and be exempt on his labor. license act of 1933, Chapter 16071,
I' vertised, and re-sold with no benefitto that from day to day
after or guarding fires permitted, au- A shop suppplying only services, which is repealed. No other tax is purpose
: thorized, ordered or required to be set. the state for the huge costs en- for one week, if necessary, or as
The Chief of the Everglades Fire Control tailed. I such as hat blocking, shoe shining, repealed. long as shall be necessary. I

District shall have authority and repairs of all kinds, would pay no l\Iiscellaneous--Testimony given This the 4th day of June 1935.
l;, power to require the owners or proprietors "This Bill was proposed by me
F '. of land. lessees tenants or oth- tax under the law. under compulsion before the comp- Board of County Commissioners
er occupants to burn or otherwise dispose as a member of the State Press As- Amount of Tax.-The owner of trolled may not be used against the Hendry County, Florida.
r:, of material deemed necessary for sociation's committee named a
,'. safety to be burned or otherwise disposed year one store will pay a licence tax of witness in criminal prosecution. The (SEAL) By DAVE ALSTON,
of, and for failure or refusal so to ago when newspapers, tax collectorsand
comptroller demand the assist?
$10 and a gross receipts privilegetax may Chairman.
do such person proprietor lessee tenant circuit clerks generously and
1 or other occupant shall be subject of one half of one per cent on ance of any state or local agency for Attest: William T. Hull,
i' to the penalties hereinafter described. voluntarily waived their rights to all sales of personal property, but the enforcement of the act. Clerk.
,;.- In case of fires In the Everglades Fire profit by this huge burden inadvert-
.' Control District from which damagewill not on receipts for services. Appropriation-The comptroller No. 62-June 14-21-28, 1935.
result, and with such magnl.tudeas'may ently laid upon the state and the taxpayers -
The owner of two or three stores
make necessary, the Chief of by the typographical error -
the Everglades Fire Control District will pay a license of $50 on each

shall services have of authority any person to require or persons serviceor for In the original Futch Bill. store and in addition one per cent of ..--,' -' : -- = =-'- -r ;:': :: ::: e1r: ; ::: ::: .-: :_-":-hi' _-

' assisting him In eliminating and extinguishing "This error corrected by Senate the receipts from the sale of personal -
., such fires and for preventing -
Bill 889, and machinery set up for property.The .
damage to property In the Ever-
'-t.: glades Fire Control District. And the clearing the records and files which owner of four, five or six
said Chief of the Everglades Fire Con- were jammed because of efforts to i
stores will a license of $100 on IMPORTANT
trol District shall pay therefor such price pay I
} us may be agreed upon or such sum as correct the error pending legislation. each store 'and In addition a tax of
the said Chief deem just and
proper and as may be approved by the "The Bill in question merely pro- two percent on gross receipts from ... .
Governor further that the I " ; provided vides that when delinquent tax certificates sales. !
owner proprietor lessee tenant or other -
occupant of said land shall receiveno pass over to the state the I The owner of seven, eight, nine or I I Ii .

compensation for services which he property covered by the certificatesneed ten stores will pay $200 on ,each i
s may render on behalf of his own prop- r Announcement
erty or property used or occupied by not again be assessed, or ad- store and three percent on all per- i iI ij

him. To better enable the Chief of the vertised, until the certificates are sonal property sales.
Everglades Fire Control District and
the County Fire Wardens provided for redeemed and the property returnedto The owner of sixteen or moro ,, _. r .
< --iifjIl: -=:If j
; In this act to enforce and make effective ; the tax rolls. This was the provision stores will pay $300 on each stoic
the provisions hereof the said
Chief and Wardens shall have and are of the law before passage of the and four percent of the gross receipts I f

hereby vested with Police powers under Futch Bill."Furthermore. sales. "
personal property
I on
the laws of this State In the enforce- t We have just completed arrangements rQ
ment of the provisions of this act and the Bill was not. The owner of sixteen or mora ,

they are hereby vested with the powerto railroaded through the legislaturebut stores will pay $400 on each store : whereby we can handle 'loans, when ap- '
make arrests with or without warrants .
for violations of the provisionsof for more than a year has been and five percent of gross receipts t Federal Administration
proved by Housing
this act. discussed by members of the Press from the sale of personal property.If .

fi.SECTION' willfully 11 maliciously: Any person or Intentionally so carelessly -- j Associations' committee with public the gross receipts tax is held j under title II, of Federal Housing i

;. sets or causes to be set fire to or on spirited public officials, several of Invalid the license tax scale will be
'; any lands within the Everglades Fire whom participated in the drawingof doubled. Act, in sums ranging from $2,000.00 to
Control District except In accordance I
violates with the provisions of the of this hereof.includlng act who the bill and the bill was introduced These are examples of how the $16,000.00, for the construction of residences
provisions -
any the failure or refusal to carry May 22nd, more than ten days before law would apply: If you are the

out orders made by the Chief of the the session closed." owner of three stores you would paya and apartments up to four-apart-

the Everglades County Fire Fire Control Warden District orvho or refuses by- license of $50 on each or $150 ment buildings. These leans can be madeto

or falls to furnish services when j I How New License and and in addition, one percent on .gross y
; required them, who
by and
any person period of 20 with interest
run over a -
otherwise wilfully violates any of the receipts. If your business, less services years,
provisions of this act shall upon conviction amounted to $10,000 a month,
Gross Tax Go balances 5 I
Receipt unpaid at cent
'. therefor be deemed to be guilty of on per per
a felony and shall be punished by imprisonment you would pay $100 .a month in tax

.,' In the State Prison for a or $1,200 a year, a total from the annum, spread over monthly payments:'
period of not more than one year or bya
fine not exceeding $5.000,00 dollars Last Session Passed Elastic Act; two taxes of $1,350 a year. But if Taxes Fire Insurance and other hazard insurance
I' or by both fine and In ,
Imprisonment Some Pay And Some Don't. the gross receipts tax should be held
; the discretion of the Court.
"",. SECTION 12: Any person or pereons unconstitutional, the license. tax which is required, together with

furnishing Information or evi- Most important of all bills passed. would be doubled and you would pay '
. dence against service and insurance
; any person or persons charge mortgage
,';' firm or corporation violating the pro- at the 1935 session of the Florida $100 on each store, $300 a year in

:, visions and conviction of this shall act be leading entitled to to arrest one- I I legislature is an act designed to produce I all. The, owner of one store would premium, is divided into monthly pay-

half of the line Imposed If and when four million dollars for the pay $10 a year and in addition, one- i
collected or In the event of the Imprisonment mentsthat is, every charge is split into
; public schools from a license and half of one percent on gross receipts,
without fine the Chief of
4? ,t the Everglades Fire Control District gross receipts tax on retail merchan- which on a business of $100,000 aN. monthly payments which, together with
with the approval of the Go\ernor may
pay such person a reward of $50.00 dollars dising. year would amount to $500 or $510 I the and interest
as. therefor. This editorial is an analysis of the in all. But if the gross receipts fea- payment on principal en- f')

SECTION the Sheriff 13:of It the shall county be In the which dutyof I I new act, showing who must pay the ture should be held invalid the own-I' ables a person to repay the loan without fft'

any of the lands embraced In the taxes and upon what classes of mer- er of one store would pay $20 only, 1
Everglades Fire Control District or located chandise. regardless of the amount of business undue MONTHLY PAYMENTS ,
together with his Deputies to I AMOUNT
cooperate with the Chief of the Ever- Who Pays The TaxWholesalersare done. TO APPROXIMATELY "'

glades Fire Control District and with not taxed under the new law. When Tax Is Paid-Each placeof 1 i
the County Fire Warden to enforce the PER This
;." several sections and provisions of this Two kinds of taxes must be paid business, handling any tangible I I' $8.50 $1,000.00. ,

act. The Sheriff shall be entitled to the by all retailers, with the following personal property at retail, including will according to amount of taxes :
same fees for mileage and services that sum vary
the sale and servicing of productsfor
he is entitled to under the provisions exceptions: I .
f.:, of law fixing the fees to be paid to 1. Producers who retail bakery consumption on the premises, and fire insurance.

'' Sheriff's by made for the their duty services.of State It Attorneys is here- products, dairy products, ice, insecticides -I with the exceptions noted above,

; within their Jurisdiction to prosecute fungicides, fertilizer, agri: must obtain a permit from the comp-

;, of any this and act.SECTION all. violators of the provisions, cultural and horticultural productsor troller. To do this an applicationmust Our Representative, Will' Be Glad to

14: It is hereby declared farm implements. This means be filed with a fee of 50 cents !

t. Control that in District and for that the fire Everglades Is a "com-Fire that dairies, bakeries, ice plants, and the annual license ranging from Explain the Plan.WensRoyal .

[, mon enemy" that by reason thereof farmers, growers and manufacturersof $10 to $400 on each store paid by

r emergencies are certain hereafter have heretofore to exist existed and that and insecticides and fertilizers may July 1, this year. I

:: such measures as hereinabove outlined sell their own products at retail On August 1, this year and the

.' are necessary and needful for the without paying either of the taxes first of each month thereafter, each lumber
protection of life and property, the i
I prevention of loss the preservation of imposed in the law. place of business must file a state-

valuable assets of the district and the 2. Exclusive dealers in gasolineand ment with the comptroller showing
enjoyment of ,the same by the citizensof .
the said district. petroleum products. gross receipts from the sale of per- I !

t SECTION 15: All laws and parts of 3. Producers of electricity for sonal property during fraudulent Return .

this laws act In conflict be and with the same the provisions are hereby of light, heat or power. is punishable by months. The, Company c

repealed. 4. Express or sleeping car corapanics. -(|I privilege tax based on gross receipts I II "1

SECTION 16: This act shall take effect I I I for the month of August will be based -, t
: upon Its becoming a law. .
5. Motor vehicle dealers. on the receipts during' July, and i
6. Service month after month. The graduated Pahokee Florida Clewiston Florida !
XEAV FISH" CAMP:: shops. II so on, i ,

<' AT LIBERTY POINTA Since the tax applies to the sale of percentage tax thus levied I 'Phone 2591 Thone 388 ;

tangible personal property only, the must be paid by August 15th I I'I ;

exemption of certain services appar-I by the 15th of each month there-: I

new fish camp was opened recently ently is superfluous. The application 'I after. I j Watch This Space for Further Details

at Liberty Point and another as it applies to other dealers would Penalties-There are <* plenty of!

place is provided for sport fisher- follow these examples: teeth in this law. Unpaid taxes carry Next Week. &

ment to rent boats and enjoy the A shoe store with a repair depart- a penalty rate of two percent aj(

fishing in Lake Okeechobee. James ment, should separate its receipts, month. Refusal to file a return is' '

L. Tindale is manager of the new paying a tax on shoes and hose sold, punishable by a fine of $1,000 imf f J: .....t .:,_ .m riy;, : : .' ':: ; r !i'1

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