The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00533
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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 28, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00533
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I dive or fall from the spring- --
board at the swimming! place in the : LaBelle NewspaperThe Three and one half inches of rain

IS NAMED TO HEAD 'navigation channel back of the Inn I were recorded as having fallen here I WEST COAST WILL/

._ | one day last week was the cause of announcement was made today Monday afternoon between thp
an injury to the ear drum of Justice by Editor Keathley Bowden that hours of two and four o'clock.
""r GLADES FIRE BOARDGuy I Butler, local youth. he had purchased the Hendry Coun- I VISIT HERE JULY 14
I This was the heaviest rain yet to ,
II The slap of water against the ty News at LaBelle from Mrs. Mary
fall here this season and lawns and
drum as he fell sideways caused the Hayes Davis and would assume the .
J. Bender, of Belle Glade was streets resembled lakes for sometime I The proposed motorcade of West --1
injury which was at first thought management of the paper immedi '-'
named Tuesday by Governor Dave 4fter the rain had ceased. Water Coast residents to view the federal
might prove serious. However, he ately.
Sholtz as fire chief for the fire con- is said to have been running ankle project on Lake Okeechobee which
was taken to West Palm Beach for The deal has been pending for
trol district created by recent act of I deep over sidewalks in some was scheduled for July 4 has been
{ treatment and the injured member zeveral weks and it was recently an-
the state legislature, the bill being 1 I is improving rapidly. nounced through some of the state parts of town. postponed until Sunday, July 14, it .,:..
R. Boe was announced this week following
introduced by Representative i
papers that Mrs. Davis had completed .'
: receipt of a letter from Blaine :Mc-
of Glades county. the sale to Mr. Bowden. However Poole Tells of Trip *
Schools Receive $875 Grath, secretary of the Fort
Bender has been employed as Myers
II legal entanglements have delayedthe I, .
chief mechanic on all equipment and II L From County Board transaction until today. To Kiwanis ClubKen Chamber is sponsoring Commerce.the The motorcade Chamber :
pumps at the Belle Glade prison The sale price of the paper was
farm for the past two years, movingto not disclosed but it was announcedas which was suggested by W. P.
from Boca Raton I Franklin, veteran booster of the
the 'Glades Williams
Hendry county's share of the a cash transaction. lieutenantgovernor state
where he was chief of the fire department of the Kiwanis Clubs of Florida, cross waterway.Mr. .
state race track funds, or the last
.for eight years. During his apportionment of the fund, which, of West Palm Beach, who was sche- McGrath stated in his letter
term as fire chief in that city insurance duled to address the local Kiwaniansat that he was unable to estimate how
by act of the recent
: legislature was LOCAL SCOUT WILL
I I rating was raised from four to come to the board of county com their meeting" Wednesday night, many could be recruited for the
per cent to two per cent plus ten. missioners to be spent ,instead of be phoned Wednesday morning from party but believed that there was
Headquarters of the district will ing divided equally between the ATTEND MEETING Bartow stating that he had an infected sufficient interest among the west
be at Belle Glade where offices will board the school foot and would be unable to coast residents to assure a large
county and boardas I
be ere'"cted in the near future on a has been done in the yast, was attend. He promised to fill the appointment turnout.
piece of state land between the prison sent in two checks as formerly and IN WASHINGTONA at some date in the near The motorcade will leave Fort

farm and town. There will also caused a great deal of confusion future. Myers at 2 o'clock in the afternoonand

t '_ be erected a hangar which will among the county officials before Grover C. Poole, who recently re- arrive at the intersection of the
-- house the auto-gyro which the state finally being straightened out, ac- competitive examination was turned from a vacation trip throughthe Clewiston road and Moore Haven
expects to purchase soon for use In I cording to Dave G. Alston, chairmanof taken by eight scouts of the local middle wet was asked by the road at about 315.; Here the visitors
spotting fires in the large area of the county board. Boy Scout troop Wednesday after.. program chairman, A. A, Munroe, will be met by Lt. Richardson Selee

eleven counties e_ embraced in the dis The county schol board received noon to determine which of the I to make a talk on the things he had and other government engineers

trict. their check and as usual no doubt eight will win the trip, to Washington seen and his experiences on his trip. from the Clewiston subofficewho

According to the get-up a fire without thinking that the local law .: in August tp attend the International He made a splendid talk, telling of will act as guides for the. party
warden "will be appointed in each I was in' effect, deposited and began Scout Jamboree to be held interesting scenes: and conditions encountered -' and explain the work being done on

county of the district with_ the fire i I checking on the account which amounted there The examining. board consisted on the trip and gave an the lakee'Moore
"chief being! in charge! of the entire to $875.00 or half or the $1- of Bill Owens, Frank Wright and excellent description of the birth- Haven will be the first
i organization. When a fire is located i I 750 apportioned to the county. The I I Gus McGehee of the American Le- place of Mark Twain which he had place visited and the party will be

the warden of the county is notified.Hp I I. county clerk, when the county re- i gion, sponsors of the local troop, C. visited. shpwn the cpmbinatiou lock and

in turn notifies the' Belle Glade I ceived only half of the amount expected Y. Patterson, Clewiston member of Mr. Poole stated that on the en- hurricane gate there which providesa
pffice and fire-fighting equipment is I promptly wrote to the Comp- the Royal Palm Council, B. E. Her- tire trip he had nothing closely resembling barrier safety during storm but

rushed !immediately! i to the scene. A troller for an explanation. Insteadof ring, assistant principal of the an accident and as!' he still permits boats; tq use the:! Ca-
crawler type tractor will be used writing the Comptroller sent an Clewiston school and Curt Wood- drove into the driveway of his home }loosahatchee channel. From here

with a i large pump" and pulling a auditor to Hendry county and stop- ward, scoutmaster.The here he ran into a car and rippedoff the party will come to Clewiston for
built up wagon on which the hoseis ped payment on the check.It written ,examination is to a fender.H. an inspection of the_ finished hurri
carried.\ Wardens will not have all was soon discoveredMr.. Als- count a possible one thousand cane gate and the recently com
: O. Peters, of the U, S. Engineers -
been named for at least sixty daya, ton stated, where the trouble points. In addition to this the boys sub-office here will make a pleted levee. Whether or not plans

Mr. ,Binder\ said Thursday. was and to save the school were given a dress inspection for talk at next Wednesday. night's call for visiting the dredge work on.
board embarrassment personal and will be the south shore has not been
Plans are also being made to use any the coun- appearance meeting on "Success," an
every effprt 'to prevent fires duringthe ty board agreed to give them the judged on their knowledge of scout- pounced,

dry seasefa of the year. The district -J 87500. ing in general. The Scoutmaster had Between 5:30 and 6:00: there
contains 4,380,000 acres of also prepared a list of the boys with Additional Levee Work will be an old fashioned picnic

, which 2,100,000 are muck lands. School Board Will their rating in order of his prefer- supper held here under the treeson
' '>{ This area will be patrolled twice a ence. All these things will be taken Sought by Congressman the ridge. The Clewiston Kiwanis

, ":'' ,' day if necessary during these dry Hold Meeting HereM. into consideration and every -care I I club is sponsoring the serving of
: seasons. exercised in making certain that the free ice water and coffee.
; fMf. Haven'Democrat '
best qualified scout in respectis (Monre )
every The success of the motorcade
Bender is making plans to E. VonMach, Clewiston mem- allowed to make the trip, whichis A letter received here by the from the East Coast last month
i I l.a appear before civic groups in towns ber of the Hendry county board of being paid for out of the troop board of county commissioners recently should be duplicated by the visits
of the district and them to
i! urge from J. Hardin
Public;, Instruction announced this treasury. Congressman ing delegation from the West Coast.
'I'' work with his organization in effectively -
: week that the next regular meetingof I To make certain that no favorit- Peterson: and another received by L. Invitations have been extended to
i combatting, the disastrous the board on Saturday, July 13, ism was shown the boys each drew i L. Hooker of Lakeport from Senator residents of several other West
i muck fires.County, will held the Clewiston Park Trammell tell of the work be-
be in High numbers and these numbers were Coast towns and the motorcade will
1-' '_ School auditorium and in the future applied to their examination papers ing done by these representatives of likely be joined by many residents

!; Boards Meet every other meeting- will be held i. instead of names., The boys wrote Florida in Washington to secure ad- of the Caloosahatchee Valley.Mr. .
. their number ditional leveo protection on Lake
name on a
r ; To Discuss Road 164 here.The plan at present is for the and dropped them into a box which Okeechobee for the section of the elation. JIcGrath of the Fort expressed Myers the Chamberof appre-i '

Ij meetings to be held in LaBelle, the will not be opened until the papersare lake not now provided.Mr. Commerce to Lt. Selee for offer*

.- : county seat, on even months and in graded. Peterson's letter states that lug to conduct the visitors over the
_ D. G. Alston, Chairman of the Clewiston on odd months. Announcement of the lucky boy he has asked the Flood Control work and expressed himself as being

f. ,-,' Hendry county board of county' This plan was adopted by the will be made July Fourth at the Board to submit data covering request sure that everyone would havean
[ commissioners, on Wednesday attended board at a recent meeting so that Royal Palm camp at Alva, Camp for the extension but at the* enjoyable as well as instructive
:: a joint meeting of the county Clewiston school patrons would have i Robaco, which opens Sunday evening time his letter was written that such visit.

boards of Highlands, Hendry and the opportunity attending these for a two weeks summer camp. data had not been received. He was -------
Glades counties 'which was held at meetings and hearing some of the Several of the local scouts are plan- I writing at the time to the Flood NEW RESTAURANT OPEN
Moore Haven in the Glades county discussion of county school "work. A ning on attending the camp. Those : Control Board to have the data IN STORE BUILDING

, :;. court house for the purpose of dis- majority of the school patrons of members of the troops within the rushed: to the District Engineer.Mr. .
',' /- cussing ways of rushing construction the county live in Clewiston and this council, who are chosen for the Trammell enclosed a copy ofa I John Elmore and Pete Chagaris,
:.; '. work on State Road 164 through the seemed only fair that part of the Washington trip will remain in :i letter written to Col. B. C. Dunn, i owners and proprietors of the Clew-
: :::: \ three counties' from Venus to Ever- meetings should be held here. camp for an additional weeks train- who at that time was still in chargeof iston Beer Parlor have announcedthat

,,i glades. "The public is cordially invitedto this district and has since been they will open a cafe in connec-
An invitation was extended to the attend the meeting on July 13," ing.Hall transferred to Washington, in which tion with their bar in the store room
representatives of the three counties Mr. VonMach said, "as well as other Found Guilty he asked that particular attentionbe ne.:'t door at' present occupied by
j and the members of the county subsequent meetings." I paid to the extension of the leveeto Phillips' Department Store.

i : by Representative R. Doe of By Glades Jury I include the Lakeport, Bear Beach The store is having their closingout
'4"boards. Glades county to hold the discussion and Elderberry section. He went on sale and expect to start moving
I there. Officials of Collier county Charlie Stewart of Frostproof Florida --- I to tell that he believed the peopleof about the fifteenth of July to La-
through which portion of the road gathered three tomatoes froma that section were entitled to
a (Moore Haven Democrat) pro- Belle where they have rented a store
goes were not present but have been vine in his garden weighing five "Guilty of murder in the first de- I tection and expressed his personal building and will go into business,
notified of action taken and are ex- pounds. One of the tomatoes weighed gree with a recommendation of merIcy" appreciation if Col. Dunn would ,
: pected to heartily endorse this acI' two pounds.Vacation was the verdict returned by the make favorable report to the Boardof I ASK THAT BOOKS) UKRETURNED

I' / tion. jury Tuesday night against O. F. Army Engineers in view of a suf- TO LIBRARY

;.._ On the motion of Representative Bible School (Obe) Hall, former beer garden operator ficient appropriation being madeto
::, J. E. SImms, of Highlands'county of Arcadia, for the murderon include this section. Those who have had books out
/ it was decided that each county Will Start on July 8thThe April 23 of William Dyas, Venus of the library for some time and

J board should appoint a member to farmer and cattleman. The jury was Roberta George InjuredIn have carelessly forgotten to return
them, are asked to do so as soon as.
, (- accompany the representative on a out just &n hour and forty minutes
;'::. :' visit to the District State Road En- daily vacation Bible school and there was only a small crowd Automobile WreckMiss possible. If they are returned within
f f_ ;_ gineer's office and to Tallahassee will open at the Community churchon in the courtroom as the jury filed I the next few days there will be no

:;-: to try and have the road made a Monday, July 8th at 8:30 a. m. into the room and foreman C. 0. penalty assessed.
i r PWA project so that work could Belcher read the verdict. Hall seem- Roberta George, daughter of It is yery important that these
: All children between the ages of the
books be returned promptly as
start _within the very near future. ed little perturbed by the verdict Mr. and "Mrs. R. George of Clewis-
five and.sixteen in Clewiston and school lose its accredited rating
'.. Representative E. L. Stewart, of which carries a sentence of life im- ton, is!' recovering this week in the may
vicinity are cordially invited to at should there not be the right num-
.::.' Hendry county, unable to attend the tend. Children in Clewiston are requested prisonment. Good Samaritan Hospital, in Miami ber of books in the library at any
meeting, sent his_ assurance that hey Defense Attorney W. D. Bell at '
to enroll with Mr. Paxtonat
from injuries received Sunday morn- one time. .,
., would cooperate to the fullest extent the manse before July 7. 'Children once .expressed his intention to apply -I' ---
.', when the in which she was
with the other ing car
representatives In Celotex and vicinity are requestedto for a new trial and court will EDITOR ON VACATION
:" in carrying out any program decided enroll with Mrs. V. A. Allen. The reconvene at ten o'clock this morn- riding collided with another car in

, ,,&...- on. teachers are as follows: I ing to hear the motion. For that tho city limits of Miami. Her injuries -, :Editor and Mrs. Keathley Bowden -

State Road engineers have already Primary group (ages 58Mrs. \ reason Judge Geo. W. Whitehurst while exceedingly painful, were and son, Kay, left Thursday afternoon -
started work locating this new V. A. Allen. did not pass sentence on the prisoner. not serious, the worst injury beinga of last week for Fort My-
road which will leave Highway 67 Junior Group (ages 911)11rs. broken arm.' She was painfully cut ers Beach where they have renteda
at Venus, and go through Tasmania, I B. E. Herring and Mrs. King. I Thus came to an end the most and bruised on the face, neck and cottage and will spend a few

North LaBelle, Immokalee and con- Intermediate 'group (ages 12 up) sensational trial in the history of. limbs. week's vacation. They were accomp-
nect with the Tamiami Trail at Ev -Mrs. Grover C. Poole. i Glades county and marks the first Although the driver of the car in anied by Attorney and Mrs. Jas. M

erglades. Music-Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. !/ time since the creation of the coun- which Miss George was riding was Couse, of Moore Haven.
V. A. Allen. I{ ty that a white man has been con- held for investigation on a chargeof ---
C. V. Rafn, of West Palm Beach, Boys Handiwork-Mr. King.k victed of murder. The close came intoxication, it was proven at his "Delta Pakka Kards" is the name
spent several days here this wee Come one, come all! Learn how with dramatic swiftness for there hearing that he was not under the of a social club at Delray Beach,

1 in the. sugar company offices to live and have a good time (Continued on Page 8) influence of liquor, Florida. I .

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the Interstate commerce commission. LAVAL, who succeeded In
3. Regulation highway motor car- a new government for
riers, provided -for 'in a bill passed by France, cleverly persuaded tile obstre- RED INDIANS TO

the senate. perous chamber of deputies to grant Quickly soothe burnln

4. Regulation of intercoastal and him temporary dictatorial powers over RUSSIAN TRIBES torment and promote healm of '

PASS IN REVIEW coastwise trade and some Inland water finances In order to "save the franc." irritated skin with ;/ 'V -;tesi"nol '
carriers. The vote of confidence accorded him
Likenesses between the former Indian
5. Extension for one year of the office was.324 to 160. Laval is thus assured "
sign language of North America -
of fe erat"coordInator of transportation of security in. his post and In Paris '
and an ancient sign languagestill
REPUBLICANS OF MIDWESTDE and of the emergency railroad there Is confidence that the flow of gold
understood by tribes in remote
NOUNCE ROOSEVELT 1N transportation act of 1933. from the Bank of France will be
valleys of the Caucasus mountains
"GRASS ROOTS" MEET. At the same time Joseph B.; Eastman, checked and that the country will remain In NEUTRALIZE
Russia, have been discovered
federal co-ordinator of transportation, on the gold standard for sometime _
Prof. N. J. Marr, of the Russian
By EDWARD W. PICKARD recommended to the railroads drastic to come. Institute of Anthropology at Moscow Mouth Acids
Western Newspaper Union. changes in rate structures, schedulesand
who believes that these may be cluesto
s THOUSANDS of Republicans from types of equipment J APAN'S army, which appears to rule the Asiatic:: homeland from which -by chewing 'one or
Japan's foreign policy, has decided
the Middle West gathered ancestors, of the American Indians more Milnesia WafersYou
in Springfield, 111, for the "grassroots" /CONGRESS, It now appears;.will be that Gen. Chiang Kai-shek, diCtator' ofChina :
are to have migrated
obtain full size 20c
says can a package
conference and, in the shadowof v-J, In session until September, for the must retire. This was an
the Baltimore Sun. of Milnesia Wafers twelve
the tomb of ,Abraham President handed to the leaders a' /.m, ..., ., i.1 nounced at .Tientsin full adult doses by furnishing us with
: Lincoln, who "must" program of legislation that r-; :1 by CotTalashl: Sakal, When North\AmerIca first was ex- the name of-your local druggist if he

t saved the Union, will keep the ]law makers busy for along : :1 chief of staff of the plored by the white men the various : docs not happen to carry Milnesia'

solemnly determined time. Here is the list : ,," ; Japanese troops in tribes Indians spoke many different Wafers in stock, by enclosing lOc in
: 1. Social security bill. S'; .. : :;, North China. He said : languages. One Indian ordinarily coin or postage stamps. Address

"Indestructible 2. Omnibus banking bill. ==.' '. :.' :: "Chiang. Kai-shek, could not understand Indians I I SELECT PRODUCTS. INC. ,
of other tribes, more than 4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N.Y. .
t they consider an assault 3. Holding company bill. i y.P' f"--1 using his\ financial any

:4 on their constitutional 4. Wagner labor relations bill, and :: y ,,=:' .lfj' and military power persons speaking different modern My Name is_:.._._ ':'....?...__.__......

,. *? ? w rights.. The GtifTey coal regulations bill. I 4.ii'f: %.;: under the pretense. 'of languages can understand each other. Street Address.._________._____.._..,_..
I was considered 5. Tennessee valley bill. ,/.. ':>,-.fl.E 1 uniting ,China, Is actually Almost all the Indians understood
gathering : ,
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so Important that G. BanKhead: cotton, act extension. t; ,"? i){1l; .corrupting: anddisintegrating however, a kind of universal sign
I 7. AAA amendments. 1-;" ,. 3;: ;2.a North My Drllt!;st's Name it.____________._......
It attracted political language; consisting of a series of
i,f observers from all 8. Tax extension bill.]] Gen. Chiang China, which Chiang standard gestures not unlike the sign Street Address___..__ .._..._.....______.

Frank O. over the country. Most 9. Temporary .NRA extension. Kai-shek. regards tfs 11 colony-. language used by persons. who are Town &State___________________________
f' Lowden Qf the delegates were 10. NRA government contract re '; Hence Japanese deaf and dumb. '

i' .' young men eager: for the battle, but quirements.. army now feels that It is the wisest Many early pioneers and army officers -
f' with them were many white-haired 11. Federal alcohol control legisla- policy to uproot Chiang Kal-shek's;: Influence who came In close contact ElI:
r. whose enthusiasm tion. especially in North China.
leaders of former frays with the Indians also learned this
} have 12. Federal oil control legislation "It Is not the communists but Chiang ,
and patriotism survi\"ed.. sign language and used it In dealing -
the 13. Central statistical board set up. Kai-shek who will put an end to the
years. with the Indian chiefs. Full
r-' 14. ElectrIcal farm and home au- existence of China. The Japanese
the New Salem-
" After a pilgrimage to accounts of it are preserved In the
r of Lincoln's tority set up. army Intends to take the necessary
State park where the scenes Smithsonian institution in Washington .ry
have been reconstructed, The holding company measure has measures to compel the Chinese gov- : ;
youth although there now are very few ", lj
the delegates assembled In the fair been resisted, firmly In committee by ernment to abolish the Tientsin garri Indians who' can use It. ;", AJIelpingHantifor

-. grounds Coliseum and were welcomed ,VV two Democrats, Pet- son crops, the Kuomintang political i s ... h ,
tingill l of Indiana and branches, the Blue Shirt secret police Recently Professor parr arrangedwith ....
by George W. Bunn of Springfield, general I
; 'f! I:
V chairman of the local committee.' Huddlcston of Ala and patriotic societies encouraging the Archibald Phinney, an Ameri- '. .j \ ConstipationSufferers .

Harrison E. Spangler of Cedar Rapids :' bama. In a senate consumption of native goods. 1 These can Indian now studying in Moscow, -

V-'. V debate It was vigorously societies have been responsible for to compare the former sign language
Iowa installed
as temporary
was a
of North America with those still
chairman and made a speech In which attacked by ,Die- anti-Japanese sentiment as well as dis-
_: President Roosevelt was pilloried for terich of Illinois, Dem- turbance of peace and order within used In the Caucasus. Most anthropologists
and of believe] that the ancestorsof
crat, Hastings Manchukuo. .
all l manner of political and governmental 4 '
'i sins, from killing six million Delaware, Republican, Dispatches from Shanghai said the the American Indians came originally -
> unconstitutional" Chinese and officials from somewhere in Asia pos- "NATURE'SII BEST ASSISTANT"WHOLESALE
: 4 as an troops were 'rap-
pigs and breaking campaign pledgesto
-V V scheme to the In sibly from ,this very Caucasus region.
to violating the Constitution and at- : 7..VSSV.41 destroy Idly leaving Pelping and Tientsin,

tempting to set up a dictatorship. Mr. \ :JJiiJ government's competitors obedience to the commands of the Japanese -

r." Spangler then Introduced the orator of Thomas N. in the power busi- army. Several large Japanese Week's Supply of Postum Free, -
r. ness> Mr. Dieterich transports and two destroyers were II CLASSBFIIED ADS
the day, Frank O. Lowden, former governor Mccarter Read the offer made by the Postum
said it was' hIs honestconviction '
reported hurrying to Tientsin.
of and former aspirant Company in another part of this pa
for the Republican Presidential nomi that the measure would destroy :- r per. They will send a full week's sup
all private ownership of public TRICKS on BEE SVPPLms:
j. nation. SOLELY on account of ill health, ply of health giving Postum free to selling fast, buy now. F. L. SPACLmisG
,.. Mr. Lowden, breaking a political silence utilities tITe-country, together with MacDonald has retired as anyone who writes for it.-Adv. & SON RT. 2. ST. PETERSBURG: FLA.
the millions millions of dollars
:, of seven years, vigorously denounced upon prime minister of Great Britain and

,:. President Roosevelt's proposal invested in them by private citizens. gone to Lossiemouth, his home In Scot Think It Over KNITTERS, DEMONSTRATORS, AGENTS V

;; to change the Constitution to fit ,the This measure was naturally the chief land, for 'a good rest, -order Yarns direct; Boucle Cottons
., topic of discussion at the annual convention ? We forgive our friends many offenses Wools. Standard Yarn Co, Charlotte N..C. ,
;'_ New Deal and argued at length for His successor as head ,
of the Edison Electric Institute but how seldom do we for
',' maintenance of the bill of rights un- ,of the national cahi'V V : : -
at Atlantic City. President give our enemies for speaking the BOUCLE; $1.9:> LB. Complete line of knitting -
;_ impaired. Here are a few of his net Is Stanley Baldwin : s truth about :jarns. Write for 300 free samples. .
..' trenchant sentences: Thomas N. McCarter told the assem the veteran leader Magic Yarns, 5211 Walnut St., 1'luladelpia.

1:: V "The essentials of our form of government -. blage that the privately owned power of Conservativeswho
industry must fight for its life againstthe y f
ri are being challenged In high. 'has been servingas

.,," places." V administration's "most" devastatingand .lord president of
destructive attack. '
V "No crisis so grave as the present the' council and in reality k ;t} TWEET THE FLAVOR'SSWEETS

has 'confronted the people since the has been a deputy ,

li -.' Civil war." GREAT BRITAIN'S attitude -toward prime ministersince TWEET! ci

.,'. "If an amendment can be used to in east Africa has en- the national government i
:' nullify a decision of the Supreme court raged all of Fascist Italy and the attacks -- 'was formed 'V f ,

f,' upon a fundamental matter In one case, on England In the Italian press '''seven years ago. Mr. Stanley I o

"-'; :. why can it not be employed in 'another became so bitter that Mussolini had to MacDonald exchanges Baldwinplaces '

..H ?" order that they be toned down a little, with him, thus remaining in

"An,. attempt to rob America of its. though it was denied In Rome that the the cabinet but without departmentalduties.

liberties would revive the spirit of British had made any diplomatic ,pro-, The- date of his last cabinet

',G." test. II Duce, however, continues his meeting as prime minister was the / :

"There Is no room on American soil outspoken: denunciation of the British sixth anniversary of his assumption of (

ar- for the dictatorship of either the Fascist course. In a speech at Cagllari, the the office for the.... second time. With

L or the proletariat type of gov capital of Sardinia, he defied his Eu- the, exception of IL. H. Asquith he ban'

ernment. ropean critics who have requested him held the office continuously for the
"The preservation, of the Constitution to deal less harshly with the Ethiopians longest period in modern times.

ff ; this Is the supreme issue of the and attacked the British without Of the other changes-in the cabinetthe

L' hour." going,to the trouble of hiding his words most Important was the transfer

At the Lincoln tomb later that day behind diplomatic formulas. of Sir John Simon from the foreign BUY IT -IT'S

V there were Impressive ceremonies and "We will imitate to the letter those office to the home oflice. He is succeeded I r 1 J A RIOTIA, 11-

,:: a eulogy of Lincoln by Former Secretary who taught' us this lesson," he shouted, In the former by Sir Samuel TRY IT -
;' of Agriculture Arthur M. Hyde referring to British colonizing methods" Hoare, who has been chief secretary I( ,i

of Missouri. Then in the evening two which his press has been "exposing." for India. Mr. MacDonald's son Mal- \

: :. V more notable addresses, by Mrs. George "They have demonstrated that when colm, only thirtyfour years,. old, was

i' B. Simmons of Marshall, Mo., and John they were creating an empire and defending made colonial secretary..

D. M. Hamilton of Topeka, national it they never took into consid-

: committeeman and permanent chair- eration world opinion. THE United States has a new open

,: man of the convention. "We have got old,. and we have got champion !tn the person of a

." The second ,day of the conference new accounts to settle with Ethiopia, young man whom most of the golfers in.

r was devoted to speeches by Edward A. and we will settle them. We will pay the country never before heard of. He, V

Hayes of Decatur, 111., former, national no attention to what is .said in foreign Is Sam Parks, a Pittsburgh profes- /, \

commander of the American Legion, countries. We exclusively are the sional of only three years' standing, K
, : and R. G. Simmons of LincolnNeb.., judges of our own Interests and the and on the difficult and rain-soaked 4 .

t. :r and the consideration. and adoption of guarantors of our future." Oakmont Country club course he scored y,

:' a ringing set of resolutions. Actually, Mussolini's plans for war 299 for 72 holes, 11 over par. Jimmy s -

s with Ethiopia are not very popularin Thompson, a long driver from Long

r- A LMOST solidly the Democratic, majority Italy, but British Interference Is Beach Calif., was second with 301 and HEY THERE YOU

: in the house voted for passage increasing his support daily. The reconstructed Walter Hagen took third place with ,

of the Joint resolution extending British cabinet Is much 302. Christ Brinke of Detroit was the YOU'LL LIKE IT TOO

R' V the life of NRA in skeleton form until worried over the situation and believes best of the amateurs his score being

; April 1, 193G. A few of them stood the war cannot now be stopped.

L with the Republicans, but their fellows 315.COL. J.VVVVV .1fl

r: overrode, all; opposition with wild. *TMYO" of' the kidnapers of young CHARLES A. LIND ERGH'S,
; 'whoops and the vote stood 201 to 121' -- George:'Weyerhaensef-of Tacoma- 'j ct'I'\"e. participation .in "the," affairsof : : Sto

.The balloting was preceded by a lot Harmon M. Waley and his wife Margaret (- Trun c9ntipentalVS.d t : ,\\y esteri. ( Air. ; J' : -,
I,'. "of" 'noisy', : oratory whkclfmeant'nothing. -vveie arrpsted,in-altLake; City, .hasbeen.tepulnatea; nt east) ; ,for, the !
:' In the;"senate the resolutionJ was where the.woman,,waSjpassJng! $20fbllls, : 'p'r s#Jt. .IlenryB..Dupont;; : chairman i
:','": amended( 'to. prohibit voluntary trade !: aU ere (part of,the,ransom, :luzoney. Athlrd'Veniber'of 'of'jthe/bopr: d,,.r{making\ the'j"announce'; r FL K S ,1fir
t: : agreements ''that: offend against the the' &as,' William1 Ma- ment, denIed mere had been any"' dts-r ,5f
: anti-trust ; laws.Immediately :. V han;' an' ex-convict-,- was"being 'huntedin agreement between the famous' ; ':avfator. a

t after the house had the vicinity of Butte,';: Mont.;,' in ::and. the cdmpahy'' fI clalS: ;t'! = ", .. '

t acted', it was' announced at the White; ; which l\e,was forceto, 'abandon a' ;'"Colbnel'LSndbergh'never'has'devoted. ;

r House that Donald: RIchberg would retire I stolen. .automobile .the: .contained $15-' 100' per cent 'of"' his" time> to TWA: ac- \''''

as chairman- of the practically 000 of the sum paid for'releaSe!:? of the 'Uvitl$.' /'Mf.' 'Dupont ''said ;"As! ; advisor" -!..
I dead'INRA on' June'.1C< and that President 'boy. :VWaley. and 5hSs !'wife;, heavily he .drew 'a retainer' for'his::technical :, ;'i'-r':1: "rItOJ

Roosevelt had"accepted his resignation' Ironed} were, subjected ,io,:grueling ':'advice. 'Sometimes he,:worked )

r. "with' great reluctance" '.." 'examination. by Government agents !se\eral l days.la, succession. 'sometimes' 1 i[. .':d"Y't -1', ;'; ,:'j : li f ..t; .,f.::,:: "ll

.. I ,aud ,confessed their part ,in,the crime. only two or three dais a month., r..7 {':H :"rrf" ;c''r'
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'L ONG ago' the President said he. .'] .".'; r; ,' ';;'. '!'He .:has devoted .much lime: to the ,

i : was'formulatIng a special messageto GREECE has decided" to ,remain" a ,cqmpany: nI;>ut,now. .has!; ,decided to de- .O NCE,you taste GrapeTNuts* Cr Flakes-- ,-V'N yjju'Ucheervtoo (: /44

congress on relief of the railwaysand .. ,,, ,the hopes, ? of,exkl nj: ; vpta the, nect few months exclusively, I :
federal regulation of all forms. of George that lie njigJi: r'recover Ms, .to.$ ",his>;personal.. affairs,. .although he. Crisp,sweet, gold.en.brownJ1ak.sj'
., transportation. This he finally sent In, throne are blasted' IIL the ,parliamentary ; \}..M .continue, to be available .In emer: 'with plenty of real'nourishment. One dishful, to
: asking; for the following legislation at elections. a I' coalition) ?: qf :royalists' geodes *for:. consultation.1 'He'sUB isTVi' with milk or cream;Contains more varied nour-, r'

I!c,:'this',session;, and ,other, parties wgs'padly: : :defeated,' ; \ technical'adviser"'and he will'be" :..>:shm ent'tti'an:many la hearty mead.!Try it:=='

1. Amendment of thebankruptcy; the Tsaldaris'government winning; 2S5 available- If'v>;e need 'him.. Probably'whenhis : .-'your'g'rocer"has it, !pioduct:of General: Foods. y 1, ....
not of 1933 to facilitate financial reorganization of the 300 seats contested.' "The -Pionarchlsts ei'sonal.n.ft'a1rs are straight '!,'J' :.....e;. .' '>It,' -II ... .; ., < ,'- lei

of railways. were led. by Gen. John Me ened out he may be devoting a lot

2. Regulation of air transport by taxis. of time to our problems."

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way. And I never 'got In to see him this outfit and getting It to function, ---- --... _...--
again !I" but through it all one thing's kept bob- IMPROVED

Bird-Eye nodded. "Yes. But mebby bing up so often it's got my curiosityon UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL

& The MAN fROM YONDER he's done ye as great a favor as anny its hind legs.
. man evil done The's somethin' In ut "Who was McManus? What about E

about Sam Faxson 'nd McManus, I'd Sam Faxson? Where does the little SUNDAY LessonBy

bet me last shirt !I" girl you're guardian for come In?"

1"0 Ben shrugged: and turned the en- "Little girl !I" Able said, startled and
by HAROLD TITUSCopyright velope over. Then he rose, yawnedand then smiled. "Why, Dawn Is-" Member Institute of Faculty of Chicago., Moody Bible

slipped it into the drawer of the "I keep hearing about these men Mc Western Newspaper Union.
WNU Service.
Harold Titus.
1928-1934. plain table that did service for an Manus and Faxson and how BrandonIs a

"- office desk. trying to beat you down so he can j;

I "Ain't ye goin' to read ut even?" cheat the orphan child. How about it Lesson for June 30
CHAPTER IIIContinued6 from the dark mouth, of the narrow Bird-Eye demanded in extreme amaie- all?" ,

stairway the front door opened and ment. Able's smile died out. lIe shoved up LIBERTY UNDER LAW

"Ave course, Donny," he acquiesced Brandon himself entered the hotel, "Why no. You saw the directions : his spectacles and rubbed his sleepy (Temperance Lesson)

"Ave course. Oi'll come back when stamping new snow from his feet. i to open it when the nut gets too hardto eyes. *

ye're finished..' Others were there, Piette, the drum- crack" "We haven't had much time for his- i 'LESSON TEXT-Romans 14:13.I: .

lie went downstairs, rubbers thumpIng mer, the mill hands ; two or three Blaine opened his mouth I Words tory, have we? I'd Intended to give Corinthians 8913.

8 on' the treads, but he stood at the more. But Brandon's attention cen- would not come. "Well, I'm domned !" you the story of this property but GOLDEN eat flesh, TEXT-It nor to drink Is wine good, nor neitherto any

;: bottom a long interval, shaking his head tered only on the physician. he breathed finally. "Here mebby ye've we've been so concerned with bank thing whereby thy brother stumbleth..
'. in misgiving and muttering to himself. "Well, Doctor?" he began and it got th' club thut'll droive him out uv balances and paper due and break- -Romans 14:21.PRIMARY .

Then he turned about and crept backas seemed as though his lungs were too th' country 'nd ye ain't even curious downs and such things that I Just TOPIC-Giving Up Our

softly as a cat. On the upper land filled with air to speak comfortably."How's about ut !I" haven't had time. Own JUNIOR Way. TOPIC-The Royal Law.

ing he seated himself leaning against our patient this evening? Elliott smiled. ".:\Ia 'be 'it's only a "I'll have to make a long story short; INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP-
p the thin partition of matched boards Emory Sweet looked grimly into the sick,':man's: dream, Bird-Eye. And just hit the high spots. First, Nich- IC-The Attitude of a Good Citizen :To-

: .\ which separated him from the sick other's face. again maybe its' an an ace In olas Brandon and Denny McManuscame ward Law.YOUKG .
:' man. "Old Don has taken the long trail, the hole. I've never yet looked at my Into this country when they IC-Personal Liberty and Law.A '

: A half hour, perhaps, Bird-Eye sat he said. hole card until I'm beaten on the weren't much more than boys. They ,
, there growing cramped and chilly in "Dead? Dead !I" Brandon's voiceon board. I'm not beaten yet, by a long were the first hardwood operators ln_ more appropriate title for this lesson -

j the draughty hallway. Then he leapedto the query pinched up a bit. And walk." this country. The pine had been would be "The Christian's Obligations -

i his feet with a little cry. From on the repetition of the word it fell Bird-Eye scratched his head. skinned out, but not, many hardwood In Matters of: Conscience." The

within had come a long retching gasp), hollowly, with a finality which might "No, not yet. 'Nd may th' saints camps had at that time gotten this far Scripture reference from Romans sets

a sharp creak of bed springs, a thudon have indicated sorrow, ,dismay or kape ye evir as far from a lickin' as from the centers of things. They'dhad forth fraternal duties In matters of

j the floor. Blaine burst into the amazement.But ye are now, Ben Elliott But. I'd some experience and a little;,mopey conscience._ '_ background for these

room. The catalogue was beside the none of these three was reflectedIn loike to bet my noble tourin' car thut but they hit at the right time pickedup obligations Is to be found\ in the ,fact

j, bed. Old Don lay half doubled forward his face. In his dark eyes was just owld Donny wrote somethin' to do a raft of timber for -a song and tliat there were some In the ChUrch

face In tbe'blankets, one limp one expression: : Relief. Relief! Relief with th' killin' av Sam Faxson, I started turning it into a fortune. who were very conscientious in regardto

hand swaying slightly as it dangledover from suspense, from worry ; relief would !" "McManus: was married and had the the eating of flesh. Likely, these

ft-:. the edge. from dark and haunting fear! "Well, you can't get any takers here, daughter, Dawn. Brandon never mar- were Christian Jews who,were scrupulous : -

(U "Donny Donny, b'y, what's up?" "You don't say So the old fellow's Bird-Eje. Not tonight. Into the hay, ried. Just when they 'were swinging In the observance of dietetic laws

: He raised the limp figure, laid It: gone !I" His voice was even now, color- now, and let me sleep..' nicely, everything running smooth as given by Moses. Others in the Church

back, stared hard at the face which less, assured, as was normal. "Well, And about the lime Ben Elliott bur- butter, McManus' wife died. He was ate what was set before them without

' now seemed, so peaceful and then ran .it was to be expected, I suppose. Were rowed into his pillow and shed responsibility as deeply In love as any man I'veeverseen question. There were some also 'who

excitedly down the stairway- in frenziedI you with him, Doctor?" and perplexing problems, Nich- and it sent him completely to pot. had particular regard for feast days

6 search of Joe Piette. "No ; he died alone." olas Brandon turned in the pacing of He took to heavy drinking and got and holy days. Others regarded everyday
his cold and otherwise deserted office himself in bad alike. Differences and disputes
In the room was confusion after Doctor Brandon drew a breath as one will way.
: Sweet answered the hasty sum- who has asked an important questionand and cocked his head alertly. It was "Of the two, Denny was the more arose. In dealing with this situationthe
not unusual for him to be l late in his He apostle enumerates the following
mons. The doctor felt vainly for'pulse a received a pleasing or reassuring popular. was friendly, charitable,
touched the shrunken breast of" answer. office. But those drawn shades and had a heart as big as a camp stove obligations:

the old cruiser and then turned away "Talking couldn't have helped a man this quick, restless, harried march to and as soft as a sponge lie d go the I. Neither Party Is to Sit In Judg-

with a significant shake of his head. in his condition. lie lIe didn't and fro, around and about, and that route for anybody. Why-probably ment Upon the Other (14:1-13)).

The usual things were said and then visit with anyone, did he?" perspiration which beaded his fore4 you've never even heard thiswhenold This instruction applies to' things

Bird-Eye and the physician were alonein A queer hesitancy crept into his Don Stuart rimmed the company It which are indifferent in themselves.The .
was McManus:: who stood in the of of judgment in such casesis
the room. The little Irishman's eyes manner on this as though he shrank way passing
brimmed with tears but behind these from knowing the reply and Doctor prosecution. Don had cruised'and wrong, because:
bought a lot of stuff for them. He always 1. is responsible to God
3 was an Intent look as of one who im- Sweet turned to Bird-Eye Blaine in- Every man
But had been a drinker himself and alone (v. 4)).
] patiently awaits opportunity to pursue quiringly. Bird-Eye did not look
1 a specific purpose, and when the others at the doctor. He was staring at Brandon on one spree got Into some sort of 2. Every man must decide for him-

it trooped down the stairway he closed and as that Individual's gaze, following mess and crooked the company out of self what Is right for him to do (vv.

.i the door and returned hastily to the the doctor's, encountered his, P three or four hundred dollars. Enough, 5-7), Concerning matters Indifferencein
bedside. the Irishman's lips twitched into a bit- anyhow, to let himself in for a long themselves, an action which-may be

'1 "Sure 'nd where Is ut?" he asked ter smile. term in the penitentiary if they'd right for one may be sinful for, :an--
pushed it. Brandon wanted to ,
beneath his breath, riffling the leaves "So ye're after wonderln' whut 'pore f prose- other.,
l cute, all right, but McManus: stood up 3. Every man lives not unto himself,
:f of the bulky catalogue, shaking folds owld Donny said on his deathbed, are
. out of the rumpled blankets ye?" he demanded and with this chal- for Don. That was typical of the man : but unto the Lord (vv. S, 9). The supreme :
friendly, forgiving, a real human beIng -
Christ's death and
What are you after, Bird-Eye?" the lenge stepped down from the stairwayand purpose
doctor asked-----: crossed the floor slowly- toward if you understand resurrection was that he might be theChristian's
"But Mac went to pieces himself. He
"Ah Here ut be !" Brandon. "So ye're worryin', now, Lord, both in life and
would be off on a bender for weeks at a
On his hands and knees, peering be- over whut he moight 've said, eh?" death.
vIii time and scarcely get over the shakes
neath the bed, he uttered that ejaculation He laughed, a dry and mirthless laugh, 4. Every man must give an account
before he'd start another. Finallyhe
, and, reaching far under, rose to and came to a halt a pace from the on to God (vv. 10-12). Every man must
r I got so bad that Brandon sentj bi m
, e.-..y: his knees with a sealed envelope In his man wno'was so powerful in Tincup. '' ; 1 1I river one day stand before the judgmentseat
1 hands. I out to a hunting camp on xtfjj ,of Christ, and render an account
"Worrying? Brandon countered tV
with a fine old trapper named Sam
himself God.II. .
of unto
Across the face was, a scrawl, written steadily.You're either drunk or Faxson. Great old character, Sam.
:.w with an Indelible pencil. Blaine crazy, Blaine !I" ,Brandon figured-and It seemed reason- A Stumblingblock Should Not Be
Placed in the of Another (14:13-23).
scowled as he tried to mnke- out the "Mebby l"- -wIth a sharp nj>d. "Mebbe : able-that Sam could keep Mac away Way
I words: got to his feet,' and moved both. In many things the Christian has liberty -
But old Donny wa'n't. from booze, you see. He was there a
.I across the room to hold the envelope He didn't do ,talkin', Misther Brandon. week or so, tapering off gradually, see- so far as he personally Is con-

l closer to the light. Doctor Sweet bent Hid yer moind av that worry. Sure, I ing nobody but Sam. Brandon was cerned, but that very liberty may be-

'J over it beside him. 'nd he didn't talk to a soul av what II working away like a nailer, buying upa come an occasion of stumbling to an-

"Ben Elliott," the latter read, aloud. was on his moind whin he knowed he lot of stuff for himself, probably other., The following urgent reasonsare

"Open this when the nut gets too hard. lay dyin' No talk No talk fer "No. A Clear Head Now!" figuring that If McManus didn't given:
1. The weak brother for whom
'a to crack." somebody to repate 'nd git twisted up straighten up he'd operate on his own
I head and the sudden stoppings andlistenin6s Christ died be destroyed (v. 15).
The doctor scratched. his 'nd may
mustache.He lave out things thut' shuld 've be'n hook. McManus had this Hoot Owl
at the slightest sound If it worth while for Christ to die
turned his face to meet Bird-Eye's. told. lIe wrote ut That's whut stuff' cinched In his own name beforehe
startled I he done Those were not usual for a man so for a man, surely it is worth while that
gaze. Brandon -voice mounting. went bad.
"It's somethin', Doctor, thut he didn't "lie wrote ut 'Nd he wrote ut fer one thoroughly established in his com- "Well, one night we were In the we should deny ourselves some privileges -
dare die with his soul Somethln' who'll munity that he dictated every phase of for his.sake.
on make ut so hot that ye'll wish middle of a three-day blizzard and
he was fearful to tell if he lived .Its life and activity. 2. Good should not be evil spokenof
_ as ye was slzzlin' In hell Sam Faxson stumbled Into Don Stuart's
well. Somethin', ." His hand With a sweeping gesture he thrust: He stopped after a time and open- shanty on the edge of town, shot (vv. 1G-1S). One's manner of life
ing a drawer of his big desk took fromIt determines the measure of his influence
holding the letter trembled
sharply. the envelope close to Brandon's: face, through the arm and frozen so badly
a bottle of"whisk shook himself his fellow men. Such life will be
"Doctor, sure 'nd it's somethin' aboutth' so close that the man jerked his head that he died the next afternoon. Don's
and muttered softly. For a time he characterized by:
owld devil himself backward sharply story"-voice slowing and a finger rais-
held It In his hands Then or'moral rectitude.b. .
debating. a. Righteousness,
"He wrote ut !I" Bird-Eye cried tri ing for emphasis- "was that Faxson
with finality muttered "No. A in brethren.c. .
"None other : of Living peace among
umphantly. 'Nd may th' saints speedth' told him McManus had gotten out
clear head now !" He shut the liquorin In the Holy Ghost, the usual
Emory Sweet straightened and Joy
gavea day whin Misther: Elliott puts to booze and turned ugly and that when
Its and resumed his of the saved
place pacing. characteristic
long-drawn Hum-m-m. use th' thing owld Donny had to tell !I" he-Sam-tried to prevent him ,from
"Brandon for sure !" Bird-Eje whls,1'1 Grimly he 'poised an instant before Nicholas Brandon may have ruled starting for town after more whiskyhe 3. That which makes for peace and
}r pered hoarsely. 'Twas Brandon Tincup and the surrounding country edification should be followed (v. 19).
kept the larger man. Then he thrust the letter went wild at Sam and shot him. Hew
Donny out av Tincup fer wa'n't with an Iron absolutism. lie may have He who causes the weak brother to
." years, into his shirt pocket, buttoned his s hit In the arm, had to have help
It? 'Twas Brandon tuk him when he jacket rightly across it, slapped his had a deserved reputation for being a and in trying to get it suffered more : stumble through the exercise of his

.' was hittin1 th' booze years back 'nd chest decisively, almost boastfully, and strong man, a resourceful man. But exposure than any man could stand. ''liberty destroys; the work of God.

) made a slave av him, he did It's without another 'word strode to the tonight, alone in his office, remembering "Well, that caused a great stir! A 4. We should exercise faith In God

; Brandon who's be'n comIn' here Ivery door and let himself out Into the the words and looks and gesturesof party hit straight out for the camp and abstain from meats and wine

.I night, not loike you or I'd come, but street.It Bird-Eye Blaine, a lowly employeeof and couldn't find hide nor hair nor which offend the weak brother (vv.

bike a masther. 'd come to watch a was late when. Bird-Eye stepped an Insolvent venture, seeing again sign of Mac. A couple of old trailers 21, 22).
slave a, slave he was a-scared to Into the darkness of the tiny office the flash of that letter waved before agreed that somebody had gone downto III. Personal Liberty to Be AbridgedI
have around. his he was no commanding figure.He Cor. 8:9-13).
where Ben ,Elliott slept at Hoot Owl, eyes, the river below the camp the night (
"Why was a rich man loike Nick struck a match, lifted it high above his was a frightened man, a hauntedman that Faxson was shot. The Mad Woman Love Is to be the governing principleof
Brandon afraid av 'n owld bum like head and spoke : battling, to retain a hold on himself is swift at that bend and never the life. Love. is more important
Donny?" he demanded shaking the let- than knowledge. This love will move
"III Mlsther Elliott !" Ben roused freezes. The trail seemed to go right
ter almost accusingly close in the himself and squinted at the flickering to the edge of the stream and the accepted one
other's face. "Who was 't with Faxson: match. "Git up House up I got \ CHAPTER IV theory was that McManus, real- 1. To abridge his liberty for the

when he died? Who was 't put Fax- big news fer ye !I" izing what he'd done,- had drowned sake of the weak brother (vv. 10, 11).
son's murder on McManus: ?" He gesti- The fact that nothing has While the one who has proper knowl-
They. lighted a lantern and by its Ben Elliott had been on the Job at himself.
culated gravely toward the bed. "Him. glow Bon read the Inscription on the Hoot Owl Just two weeks. Able Armi- ever been seen or heard of him since edge can eat meat with impunity, If

Him, Nick Brandon's slave, who letter which Don Stuart had left him tage was with him for the night. Ben lends strength to that supposition.TO his eating would cause his weak brother -
wance was a man, who wint to hell BE CONTINUED. to stumble he should desist from
L as Bird-Eye hastily and excitedly ex- was tireless, it seemed. Since the be-
: with booze, who's truckled to Brandon eating.
plained. ginning he had labored daytimes,
:.k evir since until his pore' owld heart. "There's somethin' in ut Donny'd car- schemed' until late at night, and now Body Does Own ConditioningA 2. To exercise liberty In such case
I broke !1"j he with Able human body does its own con is to sin against the brethren (v. 13).
ried secrut fer long !I" he whispered spent another hour try-
.-I "By George, Bird-Eje, It does look ditioning Internally.: Evaporation and brother for whom
against our
hoarsely. "Ut's to do with Brandon, Ing, as 'he said, to make every dime
, A ;! as though it might" The take care of the moisture,
| m doctor perspiration Christ iied Is to sin against Christ.
with 'fire like
' fightin" with fire, or I'm th' a dollar.
-1 :'I i/k/ *,- did not, finish what he had started to I says a writer In the Los Angeles TJmes, Thb great question in all our acts
worst guesser In th'voods !'i"POOl' "Now, say !In Ills face took on a curious
: any. Instead he remarked the blood circulates the proper degreeof harm brethren
Intently : should be "Will they our
old beggar!I" Ben said gently, smile as they finally folded their
: "I'd give a good deal to heat and the lungs strain out Impur
_',c know Just "Poor Him?" papers. "I haven't had much time to ?" This obligation is enforced by
what's In that letter!I" ities. But the body has to take in considerations.a. .
"Stuart, I meant. Tough to die thut think about anything but patching upI three Important
J "Oi'll be takln' it myself to Beu whatever air it happens to be surrounded The fate of the weal brother (v.

_a 1 Elliott this night. Aw, 'nd won't by. The purpose of air .conditioning 11). It may cause him to perish. Sucha

Misther Brandon squirm whin th' b'y SYNOPSISBen Is surround the body with possible loss shows the responsibility

starts In crackin' th' tough nut I 'Nd an atmosphere wherein all the cells and of our actions. b. The relation of the

It's th' justice av the' saints, no less, Elliott-from "Yonder"-arrives at the lumbering town of TI cup, with organs of the body can work normally man to his slayer (v. 11)). lie Is his
that Brandon brings Elliott to Able's Don Stuart, old, very sick man, whom he has befriended. lIe defeats Bull Duval, without having to strain themselves. brother c. What Christ did for the
i attention in "king of the river," and town bully, In a log-birllng contest. Nicholas Brandon, .,
a foight over owld Donny. It does to air outside the body exactly weak brother., Christ died for him.
the town's leadingcitizen, resents Stuart's presence, trying to force him to leave
They went down the stairway together town and Elliott, resenting the act, knocks him down. Elliott Is arrested. He what the body does to Inhaled air. If Christ was willing to die for the
after closing the door softly behind finds a friend In Judge Able Armitage. Tho Judge hires him to run the one lumber Aside from comfort, it contributes to I man, we ought to be willing to deny
,'+ them, Bird-Eye muttering Imprecations camp the Hoot Owl, that Brandon has not been able to grab. This belongsto health, because conditioned air keeps ourselves our personal rights for his
; I on the head of Nicholas Brandon.IIIIi Dawn McManus, daughter of Brandon's old partner, who has disappeared witha of the body from breaking down
murder charge hanging over his head. Brandon sends his bully, Duval, to beat parts ( sake.
And even as Doctor Sweet emerged: up Ben. and Ben worsts him in a' fist fight and throws him out of camp. as a result of overexertion. -" '. -,
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The Clewiston News unprofitable for them to die. reputable service stations or deal- fining Company has' undertaken an vacation trip.Perhaps .

: In the meantime Father Coughlin ers, such as Gulf's stations. And the advertising campaign which -is out- that is the reason that
Dr. Townsend helping to third section consists of savings
and are
standing in many ways, includingthe Ford dealers report such great In-
Published every Friday in Clewiston, muddy up the waters and it looks which can be obtained through en-
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, like the coming election will be a listing the help of a competent garage number of newspapers to be us- terest In the Ford Y-8 touring sedan -

Inc. party where a "good time will be ,, mechanic.To ed. More than 1200 newspapers from for here is a car with exceptional : L

had by all." I announce this new booklet, Maine to Texas, the largest journal- baggage carrying facilities whichare

Keathley Bowden, Editor To help matters along, a lot of "15 Ways To Save Gasoline Money", istic army In the modern history of bound to win the heart and the
folks who have passed the 65 markin to the motoring public the Gulf Re- petrc em advertising, will be em-
applause of everyonewho has ever
Entered as second class mall matter Florida are just waking up to ployed. The offer of the free book- .
February 1, 1927, at the Post the fact that while old folks in oth- let to any motorist who will drive tried to make a long trip with the

Office in Clewiston Florida, under er states may draw a pittance, they into Gulf's 40,000 dealers is allied family's luggage stored under his or

the Act of March 3, 1897. arc not going to get a look-in, andif Hints for MotoristsBy I with an interesting "sporting offer"to her feet or jammed inconveniently
you think they like it you'd better car owners. between; the legs and feet of the

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. buy a book and read up on Hu- rear seat passengers.The -

Advertising rates on application. man Nature.Of C. R. StroijseDirector 'MAE WEST" TITLE GIVEN new Ford touring sedan has

the advancement and course two years from now School of Automobiles, TO BLACK WIDOW ,SPIDER a trunk which is a built-in featureof
things may be different, but a lot International CorrespondenceSchools the car with about two and ono-
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry of poor guys past 65 can't just ex- Willard F. Simpson, Safety Engi- half times as much luggage capacityas

County. actly figure out how they are go- neer for the Clewiston office of U. the trunk which was formerlysold

ing to maintain themselves for the S. Engineers occasioned much comment as an extra for the Ford sedan.

MUCK FIRE FIGHTERSThe extra two years. That's a helluva ,favorable and otherwise, upon "To seores of motorists their ear
long time to keep on living in an- his recent return from Jacksonville is the means of transportation when

new Everglades Fire Control ticipation of fifteen or twenty dollars accompanied by a diminutive brunette they go on cross-country trips,"
a month. lady, whom he calls "Mae said the LaBelle Motor Company
District, comprising the 11
West." Miss ( ?) West is at present dealer. "To them '
of the Everglades, is headed by Guy. The term "Social Security" to local Ford this
J. Bender of Belle Glade. It will be I about 50,000 Floridians is just so making her headquarters at the U. trunk means ,that they have ample
Chief Bender's responsibility to keep I much "salve" and "banana oil"- S. Engineer Sub-office where she room for all the baggage of the fam.
I and if you ask me, I'm glad that I'm has attracted many visitors. Pete ily without crowding. This adds ma..
muck fires from destroying our potential -
the ruin- not running for any office in 1936! IF your car fails to start because Peterson seems quite captivated by terially to the comfort of the touring
farm land, to stop
--- of dirty breaker points, and your the lady and has taken upon himself party and the pleasure of the
ous firing of grass and woods in the tool kit lacks a fine file or emery with I
the task of supplying her'
district, and take up ,where the old And some guy writes me a letter cloth, a ety-Tnatch box will serve trip, especially when it is.n. long
meals. The feminine contingent at "
fire control board of the Martin ad- and wants to know how I stand on the purpose. Hold the box so as to journey.
the U. S. Engineers office Is some-
ministration left off when it .was the Cross-State canal. Imagine that. bring the abrasive strip to bear on
what taken back at the new arrivalin ----
(discarded six years ago. Do I look like a guy simple enoughto the breaker points and you will find
that can do a professional cleanI I their domain and are regardingthe
standin' you
try on a canal? .
The principal difference In the ing job in short order. lady with somewhat cold stares
fire control methods I see by the where Mr. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
new and old, papers from a safe distance. Miss West is
rests in the financing. The property Walker says "So and So" and on the REQUEST
To free a sticking valve caused by expecting a blessed event some time
owners were taxed one mill for the other hand General Summerall says carbon and gummy deposits' form- within the next week or so. Who is I Jr,>
former control work. The new dis- "Such and Such"-so who am I to ing on the stem, heat ,the engine Mae West?.-Our delicate, but fer- C. E. STEBEL

trict is supplied with money up to jump in the turbulent current when almost to the boiling point by cov- ocious little Black Widow Spider!
$50,000 from the general revenue : I don't even know how to swim? ering the front of,the radiator, Re- Electrical Contracting

fund for the state, with an opening The canal may be fine and it may move the containing spark plug the stuck from valve.the VACATION SEASON CALLS FOR" PHONE 2121
there for any additional funds that be lousy-you can't prove it by me, Pour about U pint of denatured SUITABLE MOTORCARS PAHOKEE
Gov. Dave Sholtz may be able to but ,I'd rather die a natural death alcohol into the combustion cham- ,

obtain from Washington.The than stick my personal neck out on ber. Replace the spark plug as soon With the approach of the vacation Agent for

district was initiated by Rep- a question as disputed as this one. as possible to retain the alcohol season the minds of the motor car '

resentative Jl. Boe of Moore Haven, Personally, if I could figure outa fumes, and let the engine stand for buying public. is turning to the suB-II GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
from 15 to 30 minutes. When the
a dairyman and farmer who had way where we could get our mita ject of motor cars-and more especially RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES'
is started the
engine again gummy
teen the unchecked ravages of muck on all the money it will take to deposits and carbon will be blown to motor cars that have I '

and grass fires do their worst long build the canal and use it for some out through the exhaust.. 1 suitable equipment to improve the
enough. He and his associates were sane and sensible purpose to ad- I!

tired of letting their farms burn up vance the welfare of the state, I

under their very feet. It was largely might advocate it, but you know o .

his ability that gained the govern- how you don't get liberal and stag-

or's favor to the extent of $50,000for gerin' appropriations in such a causeso PUT "YOUR CAR I IN OUR HANDS

this new work. if we have to dig a fool canal to

The one thing that brought discredit get it, far be it from me to standin
on the old district was the the way!

habit among irresponsible squattersand Anyhow, I- expect to have long
tenants of deliberately: setting for 3-week JlTank TestlJ'
white 'whiskers before the canal is :
fires in the muck so they could hire ever built and if my grandchildrenget
put their labor and tractors to put
a chance to bid on building the
them out. This was more profitable
bridges across it, I'll be plenty sat-
than farming. Unless Chief Bender isfied.

guards against this, his job will end i, :}Y{ar .. J/ri/f f
,vai: : : jf .
: I f rrf : f r
with the next legislature, for every A "BELIEVE-IT-OR-XOT' F,; {+/ '%! ; 'r' >[ f! f f flvy r { --
informed eye in the Everglades will

l watching. for a recurrence of that
sl, 't. Pierce, June 26. (FNS-
form of arson.
Froithe day he, toddled into kin- / f. A.
The cities of the East Coast are
particularly anxious to have muck dergarten at the age of six until the
close of school this year when he
controlled. Their have
fires people '
'v SG <
: .:: : y fr JC f00
was graduated from the local high fi : } rr
suffered for season after season
"with burning eyes and rasping school, Jesse Bucy, son of Mr. and l.f fr s r.Y .
-' Mrs. J. B. Bucy, set the amazing
throats as a result of unhampered
record of never missing a day at r N
fires| in the Everglades ,and acrid
school and never being tardy over a
smoke that rolls off them like a ..
thirteen year 'period. An enviable { S f ;
black, greasy blanket. Success in ; )S : >
this work of preventing muck burn- record in the eyes of some, but an

will the district empty honor in the mind of school ,
ing bring new a : ::
chums with a yen for playing hookey )1
well deserved place among the permanent -
establishments of the state. anyway it ought to win young
-Miami Herald Bucy a place in Ripley's hall of

fame, a "Believe-it-or-not" that, will
be hard for the average American

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.. MOTORISTS 15 WAYS TO A Sporting Offer 555 converts

:I;: CLASS E FY :;: SAVE GASOLINE MONEY Unless you've made friends with Gulf 555-more than 7 out of 10-found

y gas recently, you can't know what a really Gulf definitely better in one or more of the
:: :!: When; the man bites the dog, it
J; tB' is news. And when a gasoline com- great fuel it is! 5 ways. Many chose it on all five. Reason?

| : t BY.:. pany advises motorists how to save. Just try it 3 weeks. Then see jf you don't Gulf is 5 good gasolines in one. Controlled '

):lJtll RUSSELL KAY :: gasoline, that is news, too. check, with the motorists who've already refining gives it'not merely 3 or'4, but all 5. ,

.. .:. Hence 'it is news to announc.6 that made this "tank test." important gasoline qualities. ,:
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: .# : 'the Gulf Refining Company has just .
x Try Gulf 3 weeks-and leave l
.;..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:.::. i issued a booklet entitled, "15 WaysTo 750 "takers" the : you'll! never ,.
Save Gasoline Money." Althoughthe bandwagon
t': Well I see where Mr. Roosevelt '
: has finally decided information contained in the These 750-average owners of aver- GULF REFINING COMPANY
on a program of
eight-page booklet Is simple, it con-
fl.' "Soak the Rich" and if he thinks age cars-agreed to try That Good Gulf '
sists of driving hints which should Q What free Gulf tire service can
that is going to cause me to lose any benefit millions of motorists. and judge it themselves. They drove it 3 boost your gas mileage? You'll

t. sleep. he is crazy. Do you know wItat parking secret weeks-comparing it against their reg- find the answer in this Gulf booklet,

r,. It certainly puts an: awful crimpin saves gasoline? The booklet tells ular brands for mileage, starting, pickup plus 14 other valuable economy hints

Mr. Huey Long's ballyhoo, but you. Have you discovered what driving :- power, all-around performance. ; i: Free-at the-Sign of the Orange Disc. .
.i I'm willing to hand it to Huey he speeds assure the greatest economy -

was smart enough to switch to the in gasoline consumption? The

President when he realized that the booklet tells you. And what fact con-
Chief had stolen his thunder. cerning the inflation of your tires Y

But they both have a rough and boosts your gasoline mileage? The

rugged road to travel. This idea of booklet tells you this, too.

:, soaking the rich, while popular According to Dr. Paul D. Foote,
":' with 98 percent of our populace, is vice-president of the Gulf Research }

>-, still poison ivy to the remaining two & Development Corporation, con-

percent, and they cut a whale of a siderable care was given to the preparation -- ,

r and lot of influence.cheese when it comes to votes of the literature. The data .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:::..:...:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
was prepared, changed, and checked Y f
r.r; There used to be a time when t over and over again by the leading
4., thought it would be a lot of fun to petrolem and automotive ,engineers. _; You will find the new Gulf-Lube Oil and all other I=:

have plenty of money and two dollars Caution was exercised in listing the 0i

t.;> c.:' besides, but with things going various methods to save the motor-

like they are, I realize that Mrs. 'ists' money and at least 15 additional .
was a sure 'nough friend of ways to cut gasoline costs were i '
mine when she stepped in and
pre- eleminated because they were opento
I. vented my becoming one of those. I debate. 'i. ::

', guys." For convenience's sake, the Gulf Service Station -
, Now I can sit back and laugh at booklet is divided into three sec- i :' .: Sugarland I Il
- the
two percent while kidnapperssteal tions. The first chapter is devotedto

their children; federal snoopers j economy short-cuts which can be :%: Glenn Etherton, Prop. ;:
come around to check their income I controlled by the motorist. The second

tax returns and Mr. Roosevelt I part is given over to economies ? v
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.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.. .. :..;..;, Miss Frances Morgan has returned Knight, Mr. and Mrs. F.. Deane Duff, ass at the close; of play. :
s from West Palm Beach to make Mr. and Mrs.' W. S. Cowart, Miss Welsh Flannel Prized <

Personal Mention ::: her home here with her parents, Gladys Trumbley and Clifford Mil- Allen Those, Mrs playing H. O. Peters were ,Mrs.Mrs. V.C W.A. Flannel made In Wales from the '"I:

x 4 Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morgan. ler. wool of the native mountain sheep
. McDonald, Mrs. I. DI. Pafford
I 6' JI. .:N.N. .N:N.N:N.N..NJ. .JN. .N. .N.N.N.N.N. . I Following the showing of the pictures Grover C. Poole, Mrs. Leslie Miller, has the highest reputation. ,

it j Mrs. G. H. Small is visiting relatives Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. E. G. Mc- refreshments were served by Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs.' C. E. Nail ,";
Fadden, Mrs. Glenn Sears and Mrs. Mrs. Gayle McFadden and Mrs. H. ,
,, S in Tampa. Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. F. R. Max A. J. LITTLE ;1
Gayle McFadden C. Kolstad. -
spent Wednesdayof !
well, Mrs. II. R. Turner Mrs. W. F.

T. B. Shelley spent Wednesday. last week in West Palm Beach. Simpson, Mrs C. E. Mills, Mrs. Harry OsteopathBy
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West Palm Beach I Vaughn, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle -
C. L. Downs returned Sunday SPAGHETTI SUPPER; BRIDGE Mrs. -
M. R. Lawler, Mis. R. N. Smith, AppointmentLAKE ::I
several night from Conyers, Ga., where he, '
E. is spending
E. Kelley I Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. W. W Per-
days in Miami on business.D. has spent several weeks., He accomp- Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson en- ry, Mis. E. L. Stewart.and HARBOR, FLORIDA ?
anied his mother home after her vis- tertained a number of friends witha Miss <

G. Alston spent Tuesday in it here.H. spaghetti supper and bridge partyat Gladys Trumbley. .j
their home on the government -- =
West Palm Beach on business.
S. Seepe, of the firm of Ernst reservation Friday evening. MRS ,BRUCE GIVES PARTY Le-B, Mershon.4 -' ,4

Dr. O. F. Schiffli returned Satur- and Ernst, Miami, accountants, ar- Following the delicious supper ON HUSBAND'S BIRTHDAY ::

day from a visit in Highlands, N. C. rived Monday to assist C. E. Lewisin and several progressions of bridge, AGENT ,f

the office of the, U. S. Sugar Cor- high score prizes were awarded to Mrs. J. W'. Bruce entertained with '
H. O. Peters left Monday to spend poration.Mrs. Miss Dorothy Lockhart,. high among two tables of New York Life -
bridge! as a surprisefor ,
: i several days; in Tampa on business.Mrs. the ladies and M. P. Peterson, high Mr.\ Bruce on his birthday at ii..

Grace Cahill: of mst Palm for men. V. A. Allen held low score their home on the government reservation Insurance Company ,

., M. H. Crouch left Wednesdayto Beach, spent the week-end in Clew- and received, a consolation prize. Wednesday night. ,
.join her husband in New York iston. Mrs. C. L. Downs returned to Those enjoying the occasion were: ARCADIA, FLORIDA, ., '!,a,
I of the husbands -
City.' West Palm Beach with her for a Mr. and Mrs., M. P. Peterson, Mr. and wives ., : -
combined 5I
were and Mr. and Mrs. I. v'
short visit. and Mrs. H. O. Peters, Mr. and Mrs.I. '"R-'- --- -=--='"'--o- ;

Miss Glady Trumbley of Mayport, M. Pafford, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. :M. Pafford were awarded the high ,"
--- Allen, Miss score prize, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Al- j. M. COUSE
is visiting Mr.; and Mrs. Leslie Mil Dorothy Lockhart and
I Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Chaffee, of Sidney Hoover. len, low score prize and Mr. and f
I Jacksonville, have spent several Mrs. M. P. Peterson received a con- Counselor and Attorney at Law
I i I days here this week. Mr. Chaffee is solation prize .
Miss Wilma Douglas spent the Hopkins Building _
connected with the district U. S. MISS PEGGY LAWLER

I week-end In Orlando visiting rela- Engineer office in Jacksonville.Mr. ENTERTAINS MUSIC CLUB .Wedncsdajs and Saturdays


and Mrs. Grace Echols have Miss Peggy Lawler entertained a
D. Smoak, J. K. Weaver and V. had as their guests Mrs.tF[ C. Storey number of the members of her mu- ,

C. .Woodward spent Sunday at Lake and children, of Augusta,, Ga. They sic club Monday at the home of, her II................ .......................................................,..................'..............:..........'...............'.............'..... .' ',,
Annie. returned home Thursday evening, I parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Lawler. ----- :III

/ Miss Marion ,Storey remaining for A picnic lunch was ,enjoyed and .
Ii 'Jt ) Mrs. D. ,A. McGeachey returned .
t an '''Indefinite visit. ice cream and cake were served by 'i'I'.z.1 11i '
,i recently from a vacation trip to Mrs. Lawler.

Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Scharnberg .

i left Sunday for their home in Bos- MRS. H. R. HALL"ENTERTAINS !1i CLEWISTON 6OLFy
Miss Eva Grathham returned this
ton, Mass. They were accompaniedhome FOR MRS c. w. MCDONALDMrs. I
week from, a visit with relatives in by Mr. and Mrs., H. J. B.
Live Oak. _. **
Scharnberg for a visit and will stopin :
H: R. Hall entertained the
New York for a short time en-
John B. Dotterer and W. 'W. Lid- route. members of her bridge'club ,and COURSE

dell spent the week-end fishing for three extra, tables of players Wed- .

tarpon in the Gulf. I nesday afternoon honoring Mrs. C. :i;: '
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Witt and four ,:' ::
W, McDonald, a member of the club "
-- daughters, Eugenia, Loraine, Annette z
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie and who will leave soon for Belle Gladeto :;: ::::
and Nancy, of St. Louis, Mo., "J
son, F. A. Jr., spent the weekendin make her home. Mrs. McDonaldwas ; .
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. O. .
Lakeland.Mr. given a handkerchief shower by
Ward. They leave Tuesday for their
home and Miss Mildred Ward will the guests. I
and""Mrs. F. J. Nebiker at- High score prize was awarded to i il
accompany them as, far as North
tended a show in Belle Glade Wed- Florida to visit, with friends.: Mrs. R. N.' Smith, second high toj I I I II

nesday evening.Mrs. ." 1\Irs. Leslie Miller, consolation .to I
I 1.
Mrs. Harry Vaughn and Mrs. F. R. '
to the Public
NOTICE .. Open ..
Z. H. Shelley, of Cuthbert, '- I Maxwell made the lucky cut. Refreshments -
I Ga., is visiting her sons, T. B. and were, served by the host- :
The regular meeting of the Ladles _
Emmett Shelley. L
Aid, Society of the Community; .,,-.( 1i =---J!

Robert Palmer, of St. Cloud, is church is' to be postponed from .:":"':":":":":":..:.':":":":..:'.;"i.:..:..:..:..:..:.'.:..:..:..: ,:.
July Fourth to July 11 and will :!: T' ::
visiting his sister, Mrs. C. R. Cruz
meet with Mrs. W. F. New and
i and Mrs. Cruze. :%:: Used'i:i: z ,
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MRS. DOWNS ENTERTAINS ,| :. i '" .. :_... ., _.; .',., ::
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Mrs. 'J. Wu Ezelle' and Mrs., M-E. FOR MRS. SGHARNBERGThe :: FURNITURE :: .. "'' :_:{ ; ,

'Yenawine were visitors in West x 1 .z.

Palm Beach Monday. Clewiston Inn the I I Moderate Green !Fees
ft'' was scene !
r 4 & of a lovely bridge last Thursday af :|_ BELLE GLADE 1 -

i Mrs. H. L. Delaney and son, H. ternoon given in honor of Mrs. O. H. :: Exceptional Fairways ::'::

j L. Jr., spent Saturday night with Mr. Scharnberg by Mrs.. Claude L, I_: FURNITURE COMPANY :_: I=
interesting Greens ::
and Mrs. ,H. L. Turner. Downs. .. ..;.
Attractive prizes were, awarded to : Belle Glade Florida 1.z.
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J., R. Peyton .of the U. S. Engineer Mrs. C. R. Byrd, who held high .z. .,. I .

office in Jacksonville was in score, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle; second high :j: Next Door' To Theatre, :_

,town on business Friday. and, Mrs. W. C. Owen who made the ... .z II,".."V".oV""V..M". . . :.........:..:.:":..:..:..:":..:.: :+:..:..;":":":..:":":":": ; :.II
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lucky cut. Mrs. ,Scharnberg received .**.**.**.**5l*.**.**.**.**.**.**.**.**.**.**.**.*.:. . .

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman returned -i a lovely guest prize.
Tuesday from a business visit Guests were: Mrs. F. Deane Duff, -- -

,of several days in Miami. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. A. Bestor,
Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. I. Hill, .. :

Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs: W. M. Red- :;ii: :i: 1F 0 RSE J!: ::,
John Lucaa' left Saturday by train elsheimer, C. R. Byrd W. C. Prew- .. .A. '.:.
for New York City where he will
,I itt, F. M. Wright, H. J. B. Scharn- Ai

,I spend a vacation- --of several weeks. berg and O. H. Scharnberg.. :i: ::i:: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment : :t:

Mrs. M. E. VonMach and Mrs. G. f
THERIOTRHODESAnnouncements .. .:.
.1. .
H. Small are visiting this week with I '
relatives of _Mrs. Small in Tampa. : -. I, .;. I, I ',:.' :::;.
have recently .. .. .. '
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been received Clewiston friend
< by I
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Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden I .z. I :
of the marriage 6f Miss Vilma
and son, Kay, left Thursday to spend .yA. .. : .:. 't.
Rhodes to Ernest Robert Theriot, .. .:.
their vacation at Fort Beach. + .1. I ;
Myers: I :.
Jr., at the home of the bride in Oak-I I .. .1. ..1'..
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land +
June 20. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley left .. .1. I I .: :'t.
.z. .Z.- I I ,.i'0.
: Mrs. Theriot member of the
) I Sunday for a few days visit with was : .z. .z, I I .:.,.l'
faculty in the local school during the .. .. I ';." '
': relatives: at Benson Springs, Flor- I I ; : .:
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term and had
ida. many .. I
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here. Mr. Theriot was formerly connected ... '.Z. ..
Mrs. J. W. Bruce and two daughters with the U. S. Sugar Com ('.!.. .z..1. 'I ; I I '';''1.:.
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Dean and Sarah, returned Sat- pany as chemist and was also 'well :Z: ..;.. I :::,'..:.
. urday from, a visit with relatives in known in Clewlston. | .Z. .. I ..%.j.z''

Atlanta. The young ,couple will make their., + .:. I !; ':' *.];
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'--" '- home in Houma, La. '.1. .z. I I .:. .:'

Lt. P. A. Feringa, of the district .. .:. i I ..:.. .';,t 1
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U. S. Engineer office in Jackson-I NEBIKEH PICTURES SHOWNAT .z. .. .:.,.:-
: ville, McFADDKN IIOMH .. .1. .:" 'i'
was visiting the sub-office here .. 'Z" ''
Monday. '. ;. .:' -:.
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:; I -The moving pictures which have :i: : ::: :::

,. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Boswell and been made by F. J. Nebiker whileat I.z. ..:.. I ..;..I'.:,'

daughter ,have returned from a vacation work on various engineering projects : I .1. .1. I .i." !'
4 of'several weeks spent in in Florida, were shown Satur. ., {. .f. I ... '
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Tennessee... day night at the home of Mr. and .\ .;. ,. I ''!'.'
,,.1 ___ I Mrs. Gayle McFadden. The pictureswere .1. .. I ':' ..a'A

: Mr. and Mrs. Deane King returned shown in honor of Mr. McFad- f + : f
den's mother, Mrs. E. G. McFadden, .. .. "
Thursday from a two weeks' vacation fy

spent with relatives in Ala- of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Glenn .'. .f. ..!.. ?.
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bama and Indiana. Sears, of Shellman, Ga., who is the .t. .z. I .. .i..i.AA
mother of Mrs. H. C. Kolstad. y

L-.' :Mrs. Frantic M. Wright and Mrs. Invited guests included Mr. and .1. .z.A I .:. 'i.A .
V... Elbert L. Stewart are visiting Mrs. Fred A. Flanders and daughter =/ + ,
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friends in West Palm Beach and Phyllis, H. Fiankmann, Phil- .t. .Z. .z. '..
:; Lake Worth today. lip Davis, Wi.) O. Futch and W. H. :;: :;: Pay The Balance I Like Rent ::

Thomas, of Moore Haven, Mr. and .Z. .Z. .. .t'

J Mr. and Mrs.' Grover Poole and Mrs. F. M. Wright. Mr. and Mrs.1 ;*U: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :: :;:

J y son, John, returned Sunday from a. Malcolm Bigg, Mrs. R. H. Collins, :zz' /: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME ::: :;:
":, three week's visit in Oklahoma,, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Nebiker and son,

Missouri and Illinois. Bobbie, Mr. and Mrs., Leslie Miller,:
j Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward and daugh- n Clewiston Home Building Association'i

'F Miss Boncell Stone is recuperat,. ters, Mildred and Grace, Mr. and '

-., ing in Good Samaritan Hospital i ii 1 Mrs. A. J. Witt and four daughters, ... .z. "
West Palm Beach from a tonsil op. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and '.:.. .I'. PHONE' 102. .i.'.'1..'
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With the Always Although the first American mis-
Back to the
sionaries went to Hawaii In 1820, the
': Popular Ruffles tAFewI of the most favored of the group of eight persons who arrivedIn Why 1
t, glamorous South Sea Islands, Puka honored
I 1S33 were In Honolulu do you spray? .
IRJ with a lagoon and
Puka, an atoll
recently, when their descendants met FOR RESULTS /
' PATTERN 2320I LittleBREAKING sandy beaches fringed with palms,
to commemorate the seventh com Will cheap quality
.. was picked as a paradise by white spray
pany of missionaries. From this lit-
J settlers who established a trading do the job.rr witt, NOT
tle group have descended men and
estates there. But I : What's ihe'answer?
eles post and coconut women who have'pIaye a leading .
: l since the depression the white set- part in Island life since, Hawaii be- REFUSE SUBSTITUTES mis
t: tlers have abandoned their enter- Demand
of the United States.
d(0 came a part "
v prises and left for home. The re- FLY-TOX,
From this pioneering band came
natives reverting t l e o s'
sult is that the are
first Bible be In
% the to printed Hawaiian m
their former style of living.
to and also the first American 1
The skirt and the loin cloth
missionaries to be sent to Oregon,
the place of the calico
ace taking
their way paid by Hawaiian con-
THE NEWS GENTLY motherhubbard and the denim .trousers -

; the coconut oil lamp is sup- tributions.

Young Bobby came home late from planting that which burned keroseneand BLACKMAN

school looking very sheepish.. "Dad," the natives are using'shell hooks

, L *&W he said to his father, and there was atone for fishing instead of steel ones. Tea, .

? ,, Q 4M of despondency In. his voice, "do bread and canned meat are being Y for

/ you remember telling me how you discarded for native food.-Brooklyn Biliousness STOCK and POULTRY

.. were expelled from school1"Father Eagle. Medicines are Reliable "
laughed. "Why, yes, my' Sour StomachGas .

son; ," he said, "that was a good story. and Headacheduo o Blackman's Medicated Lick. '

But It's ancient history now." toConstipation ABriko
Good Laxative
: Keep a
Bobby brightened. "It's funny bow
Blackman's Stock Powder
;: .. history repeats- Itself! isn't it, dad?" always in your home O Blackman's Cow Tonic

he replied. Among the necessities of home is o Blackman's Char-Med-Sal

:ti reliable laxative. Don't be (for Hog)
rT\\t5\\ CLEVER, HUH? without one I Do your best to pre- e Blackman's Poultry'Tablets '
t 14'
vent constipation. Don't neglect it when 1 o Blackman's Poultry Powder
you feel any of its disagreeable symptoms trr
t coming on. "We have used Thedford's Highest Quality Lowest Price
1i! Black-Draught for 21 years and have foundit
'.r, a very useful medicine that every family Satisfaction Guaranteed or
" jPti\i1\ :: >\ ought to have in their home," writes Mrs. back.
Perry Hicks, of Belton, Texas. "I take Black- your money
for biliousness, and
Draught constipation
j. other ills where a good laxative or purgativeis BUY FROM YOUR DEALER'i'
needed. I have always found Black-
J32r& Draught gives good results." BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO. -

BLACK-DRAUGHT 14 Chattanooga, Tenn.

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: :.'" dUdaahr FOR BLOWOUT PROTECTmON 8Are ?

[. : 2220
"Your wife Is very ingenious." you accepting the judgment of your car with Firestone Gum-Dipped High
Perhaps the reason girls love "I should say so. It seems to me she men who risk their lives on their tires and Speed Tires-the safest tires built.

, ( ruffles is because men "adore" them. finds a new place to hide my dress know from experience the tire that gives It will be worth your time to read these ._

t You'll be very definitely "dated" (in shirt studs every time." them the greatest blowout protection? three questions and their answers:

t; more ways than one) when you ap Thirty-three race drivers and theirmechanics QUESTION 1-"Will the tread give me the '

";: pear in Fashion's newest scoop Restored to Good Health lined up for the dangerous, v greatest traction and protection against,

',.' Double Tiered Ruffles-some Sunday She was visiting a zoo and eventually gruelling grind of the 500-Mile Race at skidding
afternoon What more heavenly came to the bears.
the Indianapolis Speedway May\ 30th.
" than :22'JO:! : made up in soft powder "Are these animals carnivorous she Firestone Tires were purchased and used Firestone university tests show
blue printed chiffon? That ruffle asked the keeper. High Speed Tires'stop your
of the
; that starts and ends very conserva- He scratched his head and then on every one thirty-three cars. car 15% quicker than the best of other
Kelly Petillo won the race at an average popular makes of tires.
tively at the waistline, looks its flut- smiled brightly.
of 106 miles hour. Wilbur Shaw
tery best at the shoulder with the "They was, ma'am," he answered ; speed second per the finish QUESTION 2-"A fe they built 1 to give me t h ejust'
;, help of the sleeve ruffle! A cool way "but they're all right since we washed'em was flashing across line ?"
greatest blowout protection
behind the winner. Both
drivers broke
r : to eliminate sleeve difficulty, too. in carbolic.
The skirt takes just enough flare to the track record without tire trouble. In A 9S IEIt-Une qua !led performance

give it graceful movement. Less ex- Vocabularitis"Your fact, not one of the thirty-three drivers had records for sixteen consecutive years "
tire trouble of kind. prove,that Gum-Dipping gives you the
pensive but just as lovely In organ- daughters have had every ad- any
dy or sheer print cotton antage." Gum-Dipping is one of the outstanding greatest blowout protection ever known. .

Pattern :2220:! is available in sizes "I'll say so," answered Mr. Dustin reasons why Firestone Tires give such QUESTION "Without sacrificing these two .

14, 1C, IS, :20:! 32::!, 34, 3G. 3S and 40. Stax. "They can understand every amazing performance. Itis patented extra important safety features will they give me "" -{

Size 1C takes 3% yards 39 inch fab- word on a menu." process not used in any other make of tire. longer mileage! thus making ,them !the most

ric. Illustrated step-by-step sewing I "Why don't you learn?" When you realize that last year 43,000 economical 1 tires J I can buy? '

instructions included. "No use. The effort would only add accidents were caused by blowouts, .punctures ANSWER-Thousands of. car owners

coins SEND FIFTEEN(coins CENTS preferred(15c) in) headache to indigestion." and skidding, you will understand report unequaled mileage records- I''
or stamps
for this pattern. Write plainly how important it is for you to protect your evidence the longer wear and greater
IF AND WHEN life and the lives of others of Firestone Tires.
name, address, and style number. by equipping economy High Speed

Address orders to Sewing Circle Volume-Direct Purchasing-Straight LineManufaCturing and

Pattern: department, 243 West Seventeenth University tests show i Efficient'and Economical System of Distributing

Street, New 1"orlCity.. FiresioneTires stop cars to 500 Stores and to 30,000 Dealers,
15 25
\ to % quicker
cF J enables Firestone to give greater

SIMIAN SAGACITY values at lowest prices
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"Would ;you consider it a disgraceto Gum-Dipped cords

be descended from a monkey: give greaterprotection.GumDipping blowout ,<<'-, .,
"Not exactly," answered the pro ,; <<,
fessor. "A monkey i isn't so, bad. He is not used in other tires. ,\ zL 1 t .

doesn't use alcohol or tobacco or

profanity, and in moments calling for

discretion knows exactly when to ",f

climb a tree." 4.1x21 I a.lau QO5i "
Wider, flatter ties _
Stand Not Understood 3 gives more than 50% _

"What do your constituents thinkof : I longer non-skid wear.., CENTORYPROGRESS OLDFIELD TYPE SENTINEL TYPECarries COURIER TYPE

the stand you are making TYPE gimvf iyJd -
"I don't know," observed Senator the For those car
Sorghum. "Every time I think I lea MASIER PIEE Equal or Firestonename fh
CONSTRUCTION Equal or superior to any owners who
have made a stand some of 'em get aF tIRE superior to any special brand and guarantee ( -

together and threaten me with no- Mrs. Bragg-I could, have married so-called First tire made for need new tiresafety .
-e qaal orsuperior
tice that it's my move." four of the wealthiest men In town. Grade, Super mass distribu at avery

Her Hubby-Why didn't you? The or DeLuxe tors' advertised to any low '
WNU-7 25-35 whole four might have been able to : :: HIGH SPEED lines regardless first line' tire, made inthis pricethis

pay jour dress bills. $145 TYPE of name,brand without themaker's priceclass. tire has
or manufacturer. name '
I.. no equal.
or guarantee.
Shoot! tjtvn-.if;ae4 -
"Are all the news-cameramen here?" SIZE PRICE SIZE PRIce SIZE PRICE SIZE PRICE
This -rire is -
accurately _
"Yes, honor.
your balanced and rigidly 4,50-21 $7.30 .4.50-21. 4.50-2J $6.05
"Lights O. K.?" 7.55 S4.o5it
5t inspected and we know 4.75-19 7.75 5.00-19 4.75-19 6.40 30x32cl
"Yes, jour honor." is 5.25-18 9.0 5.25-18 8.40 5.25-13 7.60 4.40-21 4.75
as perfect as
"Sound O. K.?" &50-18l10.40 5.50-17 9.0 5.50-19 8.75
human ingenuity can
4.50-21 5.25
"Yes, your honor." make it. Other Sites Other Sizes Other SizesProportionately
"Good! Then let justice take Its Proportionately Low Proportionately Low Low 4.75-19 5.55 '

4.521_ S 7.75
Deception"Do 4.7519.8.20 tJcaU9 fe' BATTERIES SPARK, PLUGS

you permit yourself to deceive 5.00198.80 Quick sparkwithA' -
LEA {PROOF stand heat-longer
the public 5.25-18_ 9.75 Low$555 life. .,
"No said Senator c; '
Sorghum. "The TUBES As ;
6.00-16___ %%.95 ;
public has learned all kinds of tricks.

I'm doing pretty well to keep it from 4.75-191ID 0.05 Seal e dagainst ,,r ,
5.00-1911D %%.05 air
44A deceiving me. 58 C A
Olh"SJ"P"'on.t.lrLow' leakage to I ,
give greater '"'
The Silver Lining *****U"mhV.iu.l'imlon mileage. j Each
Mr Smith-1 figure the drouth cost featuring Richard Crooks, Gladys 4.4021 \ ,I I insets
Swarthout, I
or Marsafit Speaks
us over three thousand bushels of corn. Monday night over-N. B. C.-IPEAP every 4.50-21 V' .$2.45 .
Mrs. Smith-Dreadful, dear. But, re Network...d Five Star Program. 4.75.21T )

member there wasn't a day all that i

summer that we couldn't get salt out :

O 1 of the After shakers.That'It'. Different -j 'efon

Bettina-Would you object to a hus-

band who sat up In bed and smoked?

Ruthlna-I certainly would, but I intend .

to keep quiet about It until I get


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BRISBANETHIS POULTRY Foot health means feet that are \Itlcura,

free from disease free from pain, .k o

1 free from tire and feet that tread :
WEEK 0CLEAN flTS the measures of life In the way thata Be Sure They Properly

kind Providence, after hundred of Cleanse the_Blood Comforts.Refreshes -
thousands of years of .experimenta
Paroles and Ransom BROODER- tion, has discovered is the best way YOUR kidneys are constantly filter- Pure, medicated and mildly antiseptic .
matter from the blood
Vincent Astor's Hotel for the erect human being to stand
INSURANCE stream. But kidneys sometimes lag in it cools and soothes the
Mussolini Is So Blunt CHICK and to alk.-The_ Parents' Magazine. their work-do' not act as nature in skin, protecting against ,chafing '.

The Brain Bath i tended-fail to remove impurities' that and irritation. It absorbs per
the when retained. .
, Sanitary Quarters Safeguard poison Then system suffer backache epiration and imparts a delicate
.. : Waley, Weyerhaeuser kidnaper you may nagging
i- 0 : caught; after he sent his wife like a Against Disease.By dizziness, scanty or too frequent fragrance. Ideal for' every member -
urination, getting up at night, swollen of_the family. -
,. true gangster coward ,
!limbs; feel nervous, miserable-
I 0.' ...- ';.Y, to change ransom Roy S. DearsOne, Head Poultry Department all upset. l '7
,- Carolina State Col1 : bills for him, North
Service. Don't delay! Use Doan's PiUs.
I ..' .. has this record : Protecting baby chicks from Doan's are'especially! for poorly Functioning I KILL ALL FLIES

He had been arrested iosis will" go a long way cocci-I kidneys. They are recom '? Placed anywhere. Daisy Fly
,, six times, bert ducin their death rate. The mended by grateful users the country Killer attracts and *nia files. "
; I ,
Get them from druggist. Neat .
;': ginning at eighteen, are infected by picking up the tiny: over. any oPni rd ,i convenient-Cannot spillWulnotrollorinlureanything-.- -.z'.,
and sentenced to eggs of the parasite which causes the _y!'Lasts all eeason. 20c-at all '
" .. D dealers Harold Somcrs, Inc, '
"i :. : ?
..... <: terms 'prison disea e. The ,eggs are frequently; 15O De Kalb dve.B'k1ynN.Y. ;
/<.'.1'.;' .' ,,. ; that would have found on the ground and in the brooder >

;, kept him. In prison houses when .older birds of the flock :-

.J ,iK, for 75 years If parole have been infected. .;

boards'had,' al To control the diselvse) !: all Infected. >.."
lowed It hicks 'should be killed and burned or :',- '"
He was repeatedly burled deeply. Thoroughly clean out :

'," released until at the litter or sand from the brooder QOOI1't1fiI: : :: : dW c.. 1f!. afl\ (:!O ( : ; >, {" :: t12 -> : : _,., [:r.

Arthur Hrfshnuc trained last, thoroughly in crime house with at least clean every dry other sand day about and one-replace --'X tB tll1tI !: Qa! {jg C9 oa[ o (. -. ; ,;

and convinced probably, as he might third of an inch deep. Continue this .. ., ; _,;il
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well be, that American justice Is a frequent cleaning until the disease is ,r:7: !' ,
mere joke, he, went to Tacoma and 'checked.- ;
crimi- .. .' ........ .
there the as .,
planned Feeding and drinking containers ::;:., :<<1.:::
nals call it, of the Weyerhaeuser child. should be' sterilized every few days IT WAS NICE TO I SUPPOSE HE'S B'SH6: PUT ME THROU6H CC ILLEGE( r I

with boiling water, since ordinary disinfectants MEET 'YOU, MRS TOLD You I'M GOODIf- m :4 R, -AND LAW SCHOOL, HONE''- ,AND \ 1
Highway patrolmen In the western of no practical value In
are .W
states did admirable work cooperating controlling this disease.: *
: THINK HE'S Loves HIM .
.-1..4."' !!? with the "G-men. The western. If the weather is not too hot con- I k .; : --
highway patrolmen are' real policemen. fine the chicks to the brooder house YOUR NEPHEW IS QUITS A 'THAT REMARK .' ':"i:W;Y:4

for at least seven ,days to keep them A VERY NICE BOY!' CATCH !' WILI. HURT / W6'i .& 4'r5.'"
Mr. VKicent Astor of New York has from picking up coccidial eggs from }.. .,::: BETTER GIVE{; ITALL {(?t,< :

bought In and will operate the St. the ground outside the house where bXriiHa UP JACK!' I LOVE y0UBUrYOUR -.,;-"'..
Regis hotel on Fifth avenue, built origInally diseased chicks' may have ranged. 31 AUNT ." > ,-

with Astor money now repurchased -_. Jleanwhile': plow or spade the infected .oo < 1i. ;' ":
for 5000000. if possible, so 'as to bring' < N }.w: ''i
runways ::: R6 HAPPY\ I IAUNT Ii '_< ::23 :
.' An Astor running a hotel is nothing uninfected earth to the surface. Oth-

new' You need not be very, very old erwise, the chicks should be providedwith
I to remember the.. gray::' granite "Astor an uninfected range by some oth-
4'r tititA4F .
House" 'a block long, opposite the er method. EyJ

City HJ1 on lower Broadway_ where Avoid tracking germs into the brooder -

they had roast beef such as you findnowhere house or placing in the house any ,--'p, Js't

which be infected. Keep ,
;now material may : ,
Before prosperous Americans learned ip the chicks' vitality by feeding.a bal- .-'.:',..

to be' really "aristocratic" with yachts, anced ration and caring for them prop I ,:-:

race horses and divorces, they thought erly. : Ji
owning a hotel and putting your nameon .... -:?!

was almost aristocratic. The Treating for Worms Is :....:.., v .':' "" ...;:
Astor House and the Brevoort HouseIn ( .' .1-
New York, the Palmer House inChicago Recommended for Summer POOR'NfUJCY..54E! PROMISE ME YOU'LL TOLI MARY'S MO1111CR IIAD OH, MERCI! CURSES! I -

the Coates House, In Kansas Raising chickens on clean' ground Is DOESN'T MEAN TO BE I, HER WHAT I TOLP YOU, 'OURTROUBLi; oNCE! I WILL... iF. KNEW THAT'

City, a thousand others prove it. the recommended practice to keep a CROSS. Bur HER i GEAR... rr REAt1.MA'I SHE CUTOUTCOFFEE 1WL(. JUST GIRL MARVWAS :,

flock -free of round-worms, and to reduce I H6ADACUSS\ AND ;I ee CO FEG.NGRVE5 J 1 AND "FRIED POSTUM. Stop RAVING UPTo'NO GOOD! ..

Mussolini\ annoys England ; he talksso Infestation of tape caecal and INDIGESTION! Nevertheless lot off1nl''k rf1I3 :.
about gizzard worms. :
plainly-no diplomatic beating
the bush. Bluntly: he, says to old Britannia _u!_': _have__ more_ or less serious worm ,. HER 1RRITABL6-- .-i II wUNOERS.: : WON !J you j,.:.' & .:..<..,..;...,.-..,._..............,.1-.. U DUCK...:;.f0h J -'. I
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: "When you were building up -infestations at this time. I TRV If. r-_ _:.:) L : "y. ,

your empire, killing off the Boers to Late summer ,treatment means thatIf ka
6'L Il
grab South Africa, taking India from a good job of worm removal Is done LUCY ? ::
f"r the pot-bellied, rajahs, gathering in everything the pullets will mature much more -Vbw hw ,. L1' /Lr : i
: .
j +3 that was not tied down, you rapidly than even when only mildly it/jqj4
'" ;' did not care tuppence what the worldthought Infested. Also, they will flesh up prop- / /
erly if well fed and not only be readyto
about Now it turn
: -you. is my
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to gather in territory, maybe Ethiopia, lay ,during the high price period, n' qS W a

\ and I care less than half of tuppence but will lay regularly instead of only "I
then the thin pullets must
and ,
now as -
what you think about it. So mind

1.\\. your own business, please." do. -
Individual bird treatment with the

standard drugs for killing the worms
Important to the human race Is news :
I' (which should be determinedby
of the "brain bath, which, according
examination by one who knows '1DIDN'T suppose ;-1:;;
physicians gathered at a convention .
poultry worms) is the recommended coffee could harm :
of the American aqd Canadian medical .
ti practice, though flock: treatment maybe d : + anyone..exceptof ;;
j associations, literally] "washes the children'* (:
elTectl\"e.-Wallaces' Farmer. ti course,
: brain," freeing it from the poison of J ,
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WASN'T'IT NICE OF rH&'S.BEEtf UUSTTOO "Oh, yes..many :
diseases such Infantile
as paralysis,,
I i St. Vitus' dance, sleeping sickness and Peat Moss Found Useful AUNT LUCY'TO 6NUSTrilS ;. WOWDERFUl FOR WORDS adults,too;find that "1. '.

some kinds of spinal meningitis. Known and used by thousands of CRUISE FOR \ SINCE SHE SWITCHED : } the caffein in coffee .>

A solution of salt and water is Injected farmers and dairymen' as a sanitaryand AwED01NG PRESENT? TO POSTUM { can upset nerves!" a I
cause indigestion, or prevent sound sleep .
Into the vein at the ankle. Aft highly valuable bedding for animals .

er It has gone through the circulation German peat moss Is equally use. .
If that coffee disagrees with you. try
suspect "!
]' and washed out the brain, it Is with ful to the gardener and poultryman. you contains caffein. It's ...-;:
Postum for 30 days.Postum no
!l' 'drawnwith its collected poisons It Is pure vegetable, the best humus .:
and -
roasted -
simply whole wheat and bran,
,_ through a needle inserted in the lower making material, and has high mois- sweetened. It's easy to make...and costs less than <
; end of the spine. ture retaining power. It also neutralizes .and 'i
half a cent a cup. It's delicious, too may
acids resulting from artificial fer-
prove a real help. A product of General Foods. .
i China because she cannot do other tilizers. It is valuable as a summer ..':
) wise, yields in full to Japan's demands mulch covering, to keep grass grew FREE Let us send you your first week's sup .

: That is the news from Tientsin and and [ideal for use in chick brooder ply of Postum free Simply mail the coupon. '

,. ,,;'" it happens because the 400,000,00 houses ,and poultry runs, as it Is noninflammable -
'" GENERAL FOODS Battle Creek, Mich. w.N. u. ao-ss
Chinese are not prepared for war and prevents spread of Send me,without obligation,a week's supply of Postum. '
whereas the 00,000,000 Japanese art vermin. :
prepared. Name '.:

"Yielding" probably will not saw. Bronchitis in Chicks Street .
China from another heavy loss of ter Infectious bronchitis of poultry frequently \ City State -

ritory. It I predicted that the young ] attacks baby chicks. There Is 30 DAYS LATER Film completely-print name and address
This offer expires December 31. 1935
Chinese emperor Japan's: figureheat no cure. Sick chicks will gasp for
in Manchukuo will be moved over anc' breath and have a watery discharge

back to the old imperial palace thereto from the eyes. It Is best to separatethe

-: sit again as the. Japanese imperla sick chicks and keep them In a

dummy. warm place with an increase humidity -

'-'" :--:-:--:- ,. ., .. .: ; )In the atmosphere. Soothing drugs AND THE
:: r 5irv,',!"What's: ,L a noble: ?" ":;:Some;; younj;:; ,such, as. 'menthols: camphor, beechwood wIT: DO YOU THINK
"Republicans want' the old Eepublleai! ; creosotetetc,, ,vapprlzed' from .water I ;
.' ; :: : .
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party to change its name froili' "Re help relieve the condition, but cannot: Aj .-
'!{/" publican? PArty: to- "Constltutlona L: cpnsidered; a cure Irritating agents -
'. party.." Long gvh'; IJ the I{r-IYort] such as'sulphur,' chlorine, etc., do.'not-

: Herald, since dead reduced its'prieethe bring relief. If chicks go through the "

: late Joseph Pulitzer" wrote In /\; diseaseUbey will be'Immune' to it there. T BAKING POWDER .50. .E'SV"TO' I
I < J''short'"editorial: "The trouble Is'nojf .
t.'c t.. ,, :! .
*;"with; your"price, it Is with. "your news ;: ; : "

*' "'.;.paper.Change;: that. ", ,; ',:' ;, :_ !,,_,}!? H, POUND// i' '
". The trouble with the Republicai] Baby Chicks M

(ii7// party Is not with. its_,:name.A ; :';--<, -'.. fS "without,'. Poultrymen considering used to their buy ancestry baby chicks and

:- :; dangerous .'strike': is .called off 11[l c prospects for future growth. Now- ,-

: Toledo, workmen" !wisely :';,decidins'"t i 0' however, chick purchasers generallydemand _

.'.' *: o deliberate before goIpg ahead .with. :Ii assurance: of good breeding Q. : _
-.' ''*'"y strike th'aTmlght.(have-1'thrown tens':":o t. and future Pl'O< UCt1vlty. The buyer of.

'. : thousands'sotrt'of work. ',chicks .way on his own initiative In-
: ...,.,.?.,... The' steel.-. Industry,.. also, ..setting_"a 1, quire-Into the antecedents of the chicks

,- ;:, -; good"example1dedd'ed''"continue th 0', and''obtain' Information Vhat hmayexpect
""""""NIIA "wage cate1," not" 'reducing-pay .c)If" 'from-them as adult bird i ii
'::_ .- : increasing hours. The Supreme court'If.! In addition to this, he has protection

,.::1;.: '..0 _. .':..;,--:' ::.'Coritltntion.dedsloitaiasdopc.no,. .d '- ",., -. '"ban D I under' -the. commercial,_' ,,' ;'- breeder' hatchery- --" .
there. "code.'' : :"' ;" *

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Hall Guilty 1 NOTICE

I I.. Modoc Meets Streamlined o Zephyr I ImM NOTICE is hereby given that the
(c ntln.tm-;; ;;;; 1) Board of County Commissioners of
Florida will meet
were "few who believed, when court Hendry County,
I with the Assessor of Taxes for said
recessed for the week-end that the
County, at the office of the Clerk of 1
trial would not continue until the I .,f the Circuit Court of said County, on q....- t,
latter part of this week. ,.. { the 1st day of July 1935, at 10 0'-
Special Prosecutor Grady Burton I S: ;aX. ,..N i'+Fi xw; .A .i .:.,r.,1,/r iOF ... .. .. :}. '.' '"ra:.. rss:% clock A. M., for the purpose of hear-
of Wauchula concluded the state's $ s:;,F: \{, ::m.{'::ifL.v {afifi.r.xh: ; ; :Ft, .J: x.rrrr>{. L J :yi' : ing complaints and receiving testi-
f as to the value of property -
case Saturday morning with the testimony mony any
of witnesses on Friday prov- real or personal, as fixed by the
said County Assessor of Taxes on
ing the main points in his case. On
the tax assessment roll of said county -
that four witnesses testified
day I for the year 1935, of perfecting,
that Hall had told them a story of I reviewing and equalizing the assess-

having killed two men whom he I 'y,, ment, and will continue in session
caught killing cattle on Indian Prai/ for that purpose from day to day

rie. These witnesses were Smiley + .. for one week, if necessary, or as"
Parker, Arcadia Cattleman, Tom I 4:1r: ,:,y{ < 4 long as shall be necessary.
Lykes, of the Lykes Brothers cattle = .;""";K.'cw.a '%: 3n;;. '. Wi3 }' \ This the 4th day of June 1935. f"

company, Tampa, V. R. Saxon, fore- .' ra-'q' .. }rr. Board of County Commissioners "
Hendry County, Florida.N
of in
man the Lykes slaughterhouse
Tampa and J. ''. Crumb, ,a driver (SEAL) By DAVE ALSTON,

for the Lykes company..' v \sv c-Vv &'vfy*<***&*& < Chairman.
Each of the four's testimony corroborated I :r.J,: ;: :.. .r: ':: ia:F ri; uA %, E+..r'I /. Attest: William T. Hull,
:.:.r! $' closely the testimony of .:ii: f3..;:;:;Fa!,::gp:;'; ; .n,5.,
the others in the Important points. siii: No. 62-June 14-21-28,

According to their testimony Hall ranik)3fi'diQae aYzxoo ooy r r
had appeared at the home of Parkeron rcear++raa9 ?coiQSF'4'FA'Yrkli2karotraf. i. 1935.'I
the afternoon of the murder and j.
told a story of having caught three
men killing cattle on Indian Prairie I mm'J

near 'Gator Slough. He told of hav- { You Wreck 'Em
ing shot two of them, one of whomhe vynsti'i'; ; : } :

did not know and the other a h' : We Fix 'Em

Pyas. The third man, according to

the story had jumped in the truck PAINTING BODY AND

and escaped as Hall stuck his car FENDER WORK

In a ditch in an attempt to overtake I TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY

him. Parker stated that he did not a three-car stainless steel Zephyr train was an easy task for Modoc, giant elephant of the circus.

believe the story and thought Hall PUSHING built by the Edward G. Budd Manufacturing Co., in Philadelphia, weighs little more than an I Done An

under the influence of liquor. He ordinary Pullman. car and runs on roller bearings. That explains why Modoc rolled it along with as much by Expert -jYork' -
asked him to drive his car to Tampa ease as he would wagon on the circus lot. Courteous Service,

for him as he was just starting for I \ Guaranteed.

that place to. see H. T. Lykes. They Prices Reasonable.

arrived in Tampa, found H. T. Lykes arrival there Lykes told him "to made the closing plea. He remindedthe your duty as citizens. I call upon you

out of town and called on Tom keep his mouth shut." Lykes ha jurors that the citizens of the to return a verdict of guilty." PIONEERService

Lykes. Here Hall told the same storyto He claimed that he had always county had appealed to the stateto

Lykes according to his testimony.A lived within the law except on two aid in stamping out crime and Station

day or two later Hall appeared at occasions, one of which he is at pres- instructed them to do their duty as About Ourselves

the Lykes slaughterhouse in Tampa ent under indictment for in DeSoto jurors. He reconstructed the crime The manner of -giving snows tilldllrlIler BELLE GLADE PHONE 10

and told very much the same ,storyto : county, the beating up and alleged in minute detail from the testimony. of the giver more than the Wrecker Service at All Horns

Saxon and Crumb according to attempted murder of a youth in Ar' given by witnesses and asked that Sift self -- ..
their testimony. Another witness forth I cadia. I they return a verdict of guilty.Burton's L
state, J. H. Ryals, Arcadia cat-
Hall stuck to his story in prac- version of the crime is L
tleman that Hall had told him ...
very much' 'said the same story and that tically Burton every conducted detail a long as Prosecutor cross-ex- I as"Hall follows killed:: Dyas in cold blood. : _:: :-, .. ::-:: -, -:, '. r '_- _': ::::: _,: :_-,- ; :: :':-':::::-':", : ;. _"_'

'"if he would go to a certain place on
He knew had He
Dyas a shotgun.
amination and was defiant all the
'Gator Slough he' would find two way through. He admitted lying be I took him to a secluded spot. He put

dead cows and something else," fore the coroner's jury and stated : a mark on "a tree and asked Dyas
Ryals said he went to the spot named $2,000 lOAN
that it was through fear and that to try to hit it to see just what the
next"day but found
; nothing.' he had been instructed in detail I spread of his gun was. After Dyas
"A tire was introduced as evidence
just :what to tell the coroner's juryby l had discharged his gun into the
which had been taken from the left
tree which witnesses have described

rear:: J. wheel Wiggins of Hall's and Sheriff car by Sheriffs Doyle that Parker.he could Continuing tell lots of he things stated shot, Hall him pulled through out the his breast.pistol and He Payable Over Period 9

about happenings in the range sec-
15chumaker, Highlands County, on walked to the fallen and
up man
tion and when told that
thg day they arrested Hall. The he mightdo
shot two bullets
on the tire had been so, told a story of having been more through his
measured -
and checked with the Impression visited by the late Zeb Parker who and then drove away. That Of YearsMonthly

made by a tire on some cow drop- told him that the murderers of the was"Not cold content blooded with murder.having killed Twenty
three men in 1932 were Parker
pings in only car track leading
this Hall decided to collect x
P.to' Mansfield, Squash Ford and Bill I
the place where Dyas' body
from those higher You have
was found and found to check exactly Taylor and accused Tip Mercer, con-, heard up. Payment Principaland r<4
the evidence
victed bank robber that he received ,
according to the. testimony of the of having madean
and that his
tVo, ? sheriffs.. Norton attempt on another on the occasion.life of Milton' concealed money until the body was crime found.was Interest . . . $13.20

The State rested Saturday morning ,I The trouble with Hall was that he Monthly Service Charge (1-2 of 1
Hall contended that both he and '
court was recessed until had to talk. His conscience made

Monday for the beginning of the defense -'Dyas had been framed because they him tell folks, even brag to folks Percent) . . . '. . ..83
case. At that time Defense Attorney "knew too much" and expressed his that he had shot a man. That was
belief that the same fate that Dyas Monthly Insurance Charge (1-2 of
W. D. Bell brought in several his downfall. The truth will out. As _

witnesses to testify to the fact that met had been intended for him. jurymen all you have to do is your 1 Percent) .84 J
. . . .
Hall had in the past worked for the The defense closed Its case early duty. It will help regain the good

Lykes Brothers and that the rela- Tuesday morning and Roy D. reputation of Glades
county. It is Total
. . $14.87In
tions between Hall and Dyas had apparently Stubbs, State Attorney of this dis- I

always been friendly. After trict who has been ,assisting with addition to the above there is added In 1-12

the noon recess Hall took the stand the prosecution in this special term, of the annual taxes and 1-12 of fire and other hazard insurance

In his own defense. began his summary .of the case. Mr. which completes the total monthly payment.
Throughout the trial it had been Stubbs maintained that 'the chainof Hints for Motorists

rumored that when Hall took the circumstantial evidence was i
stand he would tell a number of strengthened by at least five vol- I
things which were expected to link untary confessions made before and I

the Dyas killing with the killing of after his arrest and cited it as an Director, School of Automobiles, :FOR CONSTRUCTION: F

Lincoln Whidden, Donald Norton easy case for the jury, Hall having International CorrespondenceSchools I
Architect's plans and specifications, which will be .
and an Alabama boy named Morrowin admitted everything up to the time retained by the Federal Housing Administration .

1932 in the same vicinity in Dyas was killed and then tellinga I One or more contractor's estimates. -

which the Dyas murder occurred. wild story of two_ men whom he Two or more of the pictures of proposed site and
The courtroom was packed as Hall was unable to identify having shot i surroundings, about 3x5.

began his story. down the man who he claimed was Legal description of the property.

He was allowed to tell his 'story his best friend while he turned and Cashier's check or certified check, payable to the I m

without interruption and told of ran in spite of the fact that he hada m Federal Housing Administration for $3.00 per thousand dollars II r-

having been sent to Indian Prairieby rifle in his carand there was ia of the amount of the loan application. '

Smiley Parker to meet J. W. only one of the men against two REQUIREMENTS FOR PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS: }

Crumb on business and to take Dya friends. Stubbs shook his finger I
with him. They left Venus togetherand under the defendent's nose and told" "Where new construction is involved, the applicant
his car developed some engine aim that he had not been double- A HANDY grease gun for your iI must submit with the application complete plans and specifi- i
transmission differential cations both of which must mave been approved by both mort-
trouble. He stooped beside the road crossed by the cattlemen and was or canasily
-- ---- ---- and general contractor
be made from an old tire gagor if any. The inspection of pro-
to fix it and while guilty of the most horrible
working two men murder pump. Cut the barrel down to a con- posed new buildings prior to commitment to insure:, involves
had driven up in a red truck, one ever committed in Florida-the venient length. Whittle a round the examination and approval of the working drawings and

of whomhe described as red headed murder of his best friend wooden plug to fit the barrel Drill specifications. The drawings should include the plot plan,

and the other black-headed. They Attorney Bell began his argument a hole in the center of the plug, insert I floor plans (including basement and attic), each elevation,

told them to leave the car ,and go after the noon 1 ces3. Ho grouped a short length of brass.tubing, sections, and details sufficiently complete to indicate clearly
on with them to meet Crumb. This, the family of the accused man about and force the plug into place in the ho extent of the work and tho design and construction. They

Hall, said, he refused to do but Dyas him and ,made a talk lasting over barrel. Internal suction of the pump a: specifications should cover quality of materials, equipment,
plunger will draw in the grease. constructions and workmanship
accompanied them. As soon as his two hours in which he plead with *
car was fixed he said he followed the jury not 'to convict 1
: on the flimsy OUR REPRESENTATIVE
them A blowtorch will usually loosen BE GLAD TO EXPLAINTHE
and arriving at an open spot I circumstantial evidence offered by nuts that cannot be loosened witha PLAN
" ;, on the prairie saw the truck stand- the state. He said I
that the state had wrench or by,soaking with kero-
ing with Dyas nearby. As he stoppedhis admitted it knew of no motive for sene. If the flame is directed on the

l car he said one of the men stand- the slaying and that the defendcnt nut for a few minutes the nut will

" ing between him and the truck open- had not conducted himself like a expand away from. the bolt. When WellsRoyalCompany lumber
: '; ed fire on working on the heated nut be
Dyas with a pistol and man with murder in his heart. He sure' -
-:' Dyas grabbed his shotgun from the cited the defendent's war record, to use a tight-fitting wrench, so snot
:- truck and shot the to damage the hot metal. '
man down, three
I quoted numerous passages of scrip-
':2 of the leaden .. >(
pellets striking him ture, recited poetry and told the jurors -
it. (Hall) in the
face and hand. The that none of them were so good

; third man, he stated was a good distance and pure that they could sit in judg- .

'k" away on the other side of the ment on Hall. He intimated that Want to Reduce Pahokee Florida Clewiston Florida
truck. He said he then turned his certain mysterious ,
j around things were going Gas Bills? 'PHONE 2:>01 'PHONE 388
car got
....' away as, quickly as on behind the scenes and asked ,i
; possible and went straight to Ar- that Hall- be given a chance to proveto Watch This For '
;: cadia where he See Page 4 Space Details Next. Week :_
an ex his family and to the world his
planation from Parker. Parker told innocence. I ar

him to Tampa to see Lykes -- -., '
and upon State Attorney Grady Burton I ;j., .. -: 2- ,:'- -: .: --_53 -:. '

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