The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I)j I; : DEDICATION -SERVICE New District Engineer -MCGRATH- SPEAKSTO Lake Harbor-- -' Ice PlantIs !CLEWISTON\ SCHOOL ;'

I Visits Lake Projects Nearing CompletionThe


ii Lt.-Col. Earl North who is the ice plant being erected at,

i CHURCH ON SUNDAY new district U. S. Engineer in Jack- STATE ADVERTISING Lake Harbor by the Moore Haven GOOD ENROLLMENT .
sonville district, is paying his first Ice Company made its first test runs

visit to the Lake Okeechobee pro- this week and will be ready for capacity I

of Lake ject this week. He arrived in West Blaine r operation,by the first of October *
The entire community McGrath, secretary of the The Clewiston school opened
I Harbor joined in the celebration of Palm Beach early Thursday morn- Lee County Chamber of Commerce, it was stated Wednesday by Monday morning at !9:00 with appropriate -
ing"and ,was met there by Capt. Charles W. Ryan, who will
the completion of the new Community and one of the speakers in behalfof manage exercises attended by a
Richardson Selee, of the Clewiston the new plant.
Church building Sunday. the governor's All-Florida adver- large number of enrolled pupils and
of the sub-office. Col. North was accomp- tising The plant, which will cost approx-
.' Through the generosity campaign, was guest speakerat patrons.
anied by Capt. P. A. Feringa, who the Kiwanis imately $20,000 was contracted to
United States Sugar Company, the meeting of the }{ Club
The r
the Pereno program, opened with a class
has been district Engineering
I site for the building was donated, Wednesday night and in a very interesting -
since Col. B. C. Dunn left several Miami. Some delays in getting song following which the devotionalwas
north of the high- talk outlined the
J which lies just purposeof
to'tale in which led by Rev. R. F. Paxton, sup-
months ago a position machinery, was trucked in
, of the Miami canal bridge. the campaign and the
way great necessity -
: the office of the Assistant Secretaryof from Sumter, N. Carolina, caused ply pastor of the Community church.
Plans were drawn by a government of advertising Florida so tho
I and Carawan Nelson the opening of the to be Talks were made -by Rev. A. W.
J architect of Clewiston. The church War engi- world may know the opportunitiesof plant BelIe
Taylor, pastor of the Glade
",'j seats approximately 150 people. neer for this district. the state.Mr. slightly delayed. The building is almost -
raised The tour of inspection started at complete at this time and mostof Baptist church, by M. E. VonMach,
Funds for the building were McGrath pointed out that
,j Port the machinery is installed. The Clewiston member of the county
Mayacca yesterday morningand
subscription, under the Florida is into '
; by popular rapidly developing
school and Prof. W. L.
board by
continued on around the lake building is of frame construction
leadership of H. D. Merriam and G. : an important factor in of
f! commerce
: Beacom, new principal of the Clew-
to Clewiston. Today the Moore Haven reinforced with steel and with cor-
'L. Royal. the United States and that fact is
I lock will be visited and trip rugated iron siding iston school. 'Prof. B. E. Herring,
with a and< built-up as-
Services were started Sunday not well /recognized because there
made by boat down the Caloosahatchee phalt roof.. assistant principal, gave a short
: school, a song service and a covered has been no organized effort at ad- -
River. Tonight there will be a Mr. Ryan stated that ,the outlook address of welcome to the patrons-
II dish dinner served on the platformof vertising. He spoke of "Flagler'sFolly"
dinner in Col. North's honor at Fort for the coming vegetable season' and introduced the other speakers.
East Coast Railwayat
the and stated that little was
Myers given by the Lee County was very good and predicted a very At the conclusion of the program
noon under the direction of Miss known of the peninsular state until
"11\ I Chamber of Commerce. successful first for the new Prof. Herring introduced the teachers -
year ,
: :f, jfcB. Scogin, hostess. More than 200 Flagler's dream of a railroad down
: Most of the contractors now at plant which was built primarily to 'and the new faculty members
4.... persons were served. the East Coast was realized and the
work on the lake and river.',projectsare ice cars of vegetables bound for each spoke a few words of welcome.Mr. .
Following is the program iJre-! building of this road focused the
planning, to 'meet Col. North on northern markets over the Atlantic VonMach spoke on "Educa-
'I sented at the dedicatory service: attention ,of the nation on Florida.
J his first visit.American. Coast Line.MacWilliams. tion as the Foundation of Good
Prelude-Clewiston choir. The All-Florida Advertising Com-
Citizenship", and explained to the
Doxology. mittee is to raise
now attempting
j I pupils! that without it chaos 'would
Invocation and Lord's Prayer- Legion Holds. close to half a million dollars within Begins
exist and there could be no "govern-
Dr. A. W. Taylor. the state to be expended in ad-
II ment of the people by the people."
Election Of OfficersThe
Work On River Job
Hymn. vertising to tell ,what the state has
i I He stated that the teachers deserved -
: Responsive Reading. to offer commercially, industriallyand
an immense amount of credit
! i. Anthem-Clewiston Choir. as a resort for health and recreation -
, ''I I Presentation of Pulpit Bible-Intermediate Clewiston American Legion seekers. Three big draglines of the Mac- for making it their life work to

I f. Girls' Sunday School Post No. 93 held their annual nom- "When the average FlorIdIan is Williams Dredging Company's teach the children and give theman
class. ination and election of officers asked what source of revenue brings equipment were taken through the education as a foundation for

Scripture Lesson-Psalms' 23- Tuesday night. The following men the most money into the state", Mr. spillway of the old locks at Moore life. He urged the students to be

Dr. Schaaf. were named for office for the com- McGrath said, "they usually reply, Haven yesterday (Thursday) most' appreciative of the work done
Prayer-Dr. York, First Baptist ing year: 'tourist trade' when actually Florida afternoons one of which is expectedto by their teachers in their behalf and

" Church of Pahokee. J. W. M oran, Commander, realizes, more money from her man- begin operations on their Caloosa- stressed the fact that the only timeto

i i 4, Short talks by Supply m Pastor, R. ,,,0. A. Jones, Vice-Commander' ufacturing than from any other hatchee River contract the first of I get an education is the present.
F. M. Wright, Adjutant, next week. Touching on the relationship of tho
;1 I F. Paxton, Jr., Clewiston; Trustee source. Continuing along this same
'; :' George Royal, Representative of the S. A. Graves, LaBelle and E. B. line he stated that there were more All three of the machines were school and community, Mr. Von-

,1' Congregation, Joe Woods; Visiting Butler, Sergeants-at-arms, than 4,000 manufacturers in the lined up in the canal yesterday Mach stated that he believed th'i

Ministers, Dr. Taylor, Dr. York; H. R. Hall, Chaplain, state of about 500 different articles. morning. waiting for the dipper school to, Me the most important

I Letter from Dr. D. Jenkins Williams Roscoe Miller, Historian.The The strategic position which Florida dredge belonging to Holloway and thing in any community. He wish-

" meeting was well attended occupies geographically which Bryant, which was hired to move ed the teachers every success dur-

Announcements and Offering. and' much interest shown in the should make her an ideal manufacturing obstructions from the canal, to fin- ing the coming term, stated that

, Offertory Anthem Clewiston election.F. center was described in detail ish a little work below the High- they had bean picked because of

I r Choir. Deane Duff offered .cash prizesof and it was pointed out that""many way bridge. This work was completed their excellent qualifications f

; Dedicatory Service-R. F. Paxton, $10, $5, and $2.50 for first, second raw materials are imported into early in the afternoon and hoped that they would meet, every ,

Jr. i and third prize for a pistol the United States every year, pass- the dredge moved back to the lock expectation. He also thanked the

I I Hymn. I shooting contest to be held some- ing right by Florida ports on their out of the way. Plant No. 101, a trustees, for their co-operation with

: I 'f, Dedicatory Sermon-Dr. Schaaf, time within the next sixty days to way to northern cities for manufac- four-yard dragline with 125-foot the county board during the past
.: First Presbyterian Church, Coral be governed by the army regula- ture which could just as easily be boom moved through first and will year and expressed his belief that

,I Gables. tions. committee. was appointed to unloaded here, manufactured and proceed to Citrus Center where arrangements Clewiston would have the 'best

Hymn. read up on the new regulations and re-exported; if the attention of 'in- are being made for it school year in its history.

I Benediction-Dr. Schaaf. to find a place for a pistol range.It dustrial interests can be attracted.Mr. to start work Monday. 'Starting at Prof.. Beacom made a very inter- '

I Miss Maud Wingfield of West was also decided to try and encourage McGrath spoke also of FlorIda the Citrus Center lock it will dig 7ng stalk' of welcome, extendedan

I ; Palm Beach, who pioneered at Ritta safe driving, especially in as a mecca for the sportsman toward Lake Hicpochee. invitation to every school patronto
the business section and each one either for Plant No. 47, the old dredge visit the school often and out-
f for a good many years, was present its hunting or fishing, and
I and made a large donatipn to the present pledged themselves not to ,, said that it might rightfully be advertised -I Florida, which was rebuilt by the lined some of his plans for the com-

church. Among other visitors were drive more than twenty-five miles as "Sportsmen's Paradise." Male Williams Company last year in ing year. In giving a synopsis of his

Mr., and Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Hamilof per hour on the main business corn- His enthusiasm for advertising I Clewiston, will be tied up below the past history; Prof. Beacom stressedthe

West Palm Beach, Mrs. Ada ers. The Boy Scout committee was Florida: was evident as he talked i highway bridge for close to a week fact that he is from the Middle

Swimbley of Virginia, Rev. and also asked to' get in touch with the and it is safe to say that his enthusiasm -j while the spuds, which were taken West and not the North, he origin-

Mrs. N. H. Schaaf of Coral Gables, school principal as soon as possibleand was communicated in no off to move the machine in, are re ally having come from Iowa, and is

i! together ,with their mother and sister arrange for the organization small degree to his listeners. I placed. This is a six-yard machine also a Democrat.

; D. W.. Croker and mother of I of the Boy Scout safety patrols. with '135-foot boom, and will do the I I He attended' public school at

Pahokee, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Brown, PUBLIC NOTICE dredging across Lake Hicpochee, Clayton Iowa, high school at Mc-
I Gideon Genevieve and Gwendolyn WM. HOOKS MAKES GOOD I starting on the north side. Gregor and received his A. B. degree

'I. Brown; Mr.. and Mrs. J. W. Rashley RECORD IN NORTH CAROLINAWm. I All persons-are'-hereby notified,\ The third machine Plant No. 109,j J from Iowa State Teacher's Collegeat

Mrs. W. M. Jeffries of South Bay that the driving of automobiles or a four-yard Monighan walking ma- Cedar Rapids, where students

"! and Rev. A. W. Taylor of Belle Hooks, better known to his trucks on tho levees, or on any part chine with 125-foot boom, will also were taught to teach under the supervision -

Glade and a number from Clewiston. friends as "Hungry", returned to 'I thereof, is strictly prohibited until be left here to assist with the workon of critics from Columbia

,! The regular dedication service his home here a few days ago after further notice. No. 49. It will then proceed to University.. He stated that the real

started at 2:30: special features of spending several months? Mt. Airy, Citrus Center and dig toward Or estate advertising of Florida while I

which were invocation and prayer by North Carolina, where he pitched on All persons are, therefore, warn- tona the Icy breezes of the northern

I I Rev. A. W. Taylor, Belle Glade; an I the Mt. Aairy baseball team of the I ed not to drive any such vehicle on Officials of the company state winters were blowing prompted him

i. anthem by the Clewiston quartet; North Carolina State League.A any part of said 'levees until noticeto that they are as yet undecided to move to Florida. He has had

I presentation of the church Bible detailed account of his record the contrary shall have been whether or not it will be necessaryto thirteen years experience as super-

h c'. from Mrs. Merriam's class, made by has not been made available but he made public. throw up the dam across Three- intendent and principal of schools,

GladY3 Eldon; prayer by Dr. '''Yorkof won the last eight games he pitched I (Signed) II. SELEE, Mile canal at Lake, Hicpochee. Re- and taught four years at Lawtey,

, Pahokee, who was the oldest per-'I and made such a good seasonal Captain, Corps of Engi I cent heavy rains have raised the in West Florida before coming to

son present, being 93 years of age; record that the Cincinnati Reds ofj neers.Spadaro yater in the lake considerably and Clewiston.; .He has also taken grad-

dedicatory service and sermon by j the National League, who own the the water is still flowing toward uate work at Florida University for I

Dr. Schaaf; short talks by Robert Mt. Airy team, have notified him Company Lake Okeechobee instead of its natural several summers, two extra terms at

Paxton of Clewiston, G. L., Royal, J.I of his advance to a faster league on flow, toward the Gulf. The Stetson University under Dean Car-

L. Woods, Rev. A: W.!. Taylor and lone of their farm 'teams next seaso Begins Lock Project canal is higher than it has been in son for history instruction. Prof. 1

Dr. York. He has not been told as yet on which several years. Beacom stated that he believed

The Lake Harbor Community team he will play. .. -, Dean Carson to be the best history I

instructor in the south. To further
Sunday school was organized 18
The Com-
Spadaro- Construction
months ago by Mr. and' Mrs. H. D. COMMUNITY CHURCH NOTES perfect his education he stated that
pany on :Friday of last week received POOLE MONDAYThe
Merriam and others and was con- he, had done considerable research
their work
order on the Ortona lock '
ducted on the platform of the Flor- Sunday morning the subject of and work in the Library of Congress in
spillway structure and will be- Ladies Circle of the Bible
ida East_ Coast Railway company. j the Junior sermon will be "God's the rare book room using originalnews
gin work on the contract the firstof class of the Community'.Church met
Bean hampers were used for seats | Creatures." Let us learn to love papers hundreds of years old.
next week.
Monday afternoon with Mrs. Grover
and a small portable organ for mu- i God's world and the living things The first I His master's thesis, arranged from
work to be done will be Poole. i
sic. Interest grew rapidly: until there he has put into it. the the material garnered. here, was accepted -
construction of a spur track to During the afternoon a very inter-
was an attendance averaging 60, The'' subject of the sermon at the without once being handed
! I connect with the Immokalee branchof
esting game of "Cootie" was enjoyed -
with a high mark of 87 within six regular evening service will be 1 the back by the graduate committee and
Atlantic Coast Line for trans- with Mrs. A. V. Southard win-
months.Dr. "Wherewith to Glory." Our attend- he received his Master's degree on
porting materials to the job. A small ing high) score. Special prizes were, .
Schaaf, formerly pastor of the : ance has kept up well through the his birthday in May 1933. ,
dragline will be put in at once to awarded to Mrs.. J. W. Bruce and
Community Church of Clewiston, assisted i( summer. It should increase now that Prof. Beacom is well pleased with
start work the which F.
on by-pass Mrs. R. Paxton, who are leaving]
;, in, Vie organization of the I we are, all back from our vacations. will be dug around the site of the Clewiston. the outlook for a good school year

Sunday school; I Come- and join us in our worship. lock in order that navigation will Delectable refreshments were In Clewiston and states that he is.

I This will be the supply pastor's last not be impeded during the lock con- served to: Mesdames E. C. Mills, I. I delighted with his new: location. His
service in Clewiston. I and efficient and officials -
Morton T. Ironmonger returned I struction. M. Pafford, A. V. Southard, V. A. energetic
Sunday from a. two weeks Naval Reserve Robert F. Paxton, Jr., Engineers already have constructed Allen, W. W. Perry, F. H. Moltz, A. are confident that he, with
cruise. He boarded i j Supply Pastor. I their field office site and the excellent corps of teachers, will
his ship at at the H. King, R. N. Boswell, J. W. Bruce,
Jacksonville and sailed to New j Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor and have the structure staked out ready R. F. Paxton and W. F. Simpson. make this the best school year
York. After four days there the I for work to start. Clewiston has ever had.
ship 'sons, George and Richard, left Friday -

returned to Jacksonville. Mrs Iron- i| for Washington, D. C. They ex- Mrs. R. N. Smith and son, Bobby, Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs.C. .

monger r nd children accompanied.: pect to visit in Atlanta on their re- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Digges' and returned Friday from Savannah, Ga. H. Berner, Mrs. M. H. Crouch and
him home from Jacksonville Sun:;turn trip. George will enter the] children were visitors in Ocala over where they have been visiting with Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., spent Tuesday

day I( Georgia School of Technology. the week-end relatives for tbe past two months.\ shopping in West Palm Beach.

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"You can't understand perhaps. Martin was alcne to the office When

I The MAN from YONDERby Sometimes I can't understand myself. she entered and started up so sharplyat I Housewife's Idea Box I I
Always I've wanted to be loved by sight of her that .the girl; In turn

by you, Ben Elliott I It's given me the was startled .
HAROLD TITUS only true happiness I've ever had. "I'm sorry !I" she exclaimed at bit \

letters and drank deeply from his bot- "And then I had to remember whatI mystified. "Did I frighten you?" i

Copyright 1923-1934, Harold Titus. tle again. am Can't you see that a girl who Is "No. Not frightened. My _

WNU Service., He thumbed the letters absently, until known as the daughter,of a murderer. thoughts were far" from here."

the script on one caught his eye. can't let any man love her?" "Is Ben about?"

.The envelope contained, a single sheet i "That's foolish 1 It's terrible, I "Haven't seen him since dinner.
CHAPTER XIIContinued17 of note paper and he unfolded It with know, for you to bear. But let me Don't know where he went"

trembling fingers. On the sheet was help, dear girl ; let me stand by your Tim Jeffers, just down from camp. )
I" he shouted thickly] and
written: side and help !I" entered then."Where's .

seized a hammer and attacked the "I never want to see you again. I "No, no I can't bear it I I couldn't Ben at?" he asked Martin.

trunk lock. Ammunition must be In know now what the whole country has take a cloud to you and to jour chil "I don't know. Miss McManus, here, aot

there known and been afraid to admit for dren. And ifs all a mistake, was just asking."
The crowd milled, now, tramplingthe years. I have' thought you were my all a lie! My father was no killer !1"I Martin moved to the old table Ben ,><

new snow, completely out of handat friend but now I know you are my Her voice rose In sharp conviction on I, used for a desk."Sometimes r1

this delay. Two or three aided Tim worst enemy, as you are .the sworn that. "lIe was kind and- gentle; he he leaves a note for me

In his plea for at least temporary mod- enemy of those I love never would hurt another. All these when he's going away." He bent over

eration but others' rebelled and foughtto most."DAWN.." years I've know It and others knowit the table, looking at the litter of papers To Keep fable Tops PolishedIt

get the post which would batter He stood for a time. staring at the but just being sure In our own on it. "No, he left no word. is far better to keep your table '

down the stair door. These weaved to paragraph ; then read it again and minds Isn't enough. The whole world Hum. What's this?" top polished than to try to repolish

and fro there In the packed throng, a drained his whisky bottle. Such a must know Something tells me my He picked up a slip .of paper, read : It. Therefore, about once a week

quarrel within a quarrel. note, now, was to have been expectedby father is alive somewhere, waiting, the single line Inscribed on it and I use this mixture on it: Take equal

And then came a hush, a quick, an ordered mind, of course, but.. his watching, suffering. ., But until we looked at Dawn. parts of turpentine and olive oil

spreading hush which swept the crowd fevered brain had not foreseen any' can prove that or something else comes "I didn't mean to pry. Prob- Apply with a piece of flannel. Then

like a shadow ; like a swiftly speeding necessity for abandoning this, the most up, to banish this cloud .. No, don't ably he's gone to meet you, though. polish with a dry soft cloth. Your,

shadow, wiping out sound as a shadow precious of his hopes. He trembled a kiss",me again I can't stand It, I. tell This is a note from you." table will always remain nicely pol

wipes out sunlight, breaking sentences. bit and made a strange sound in his you! I can't stand It, Ben! "A note Why, I ." Frowning, ished., .
in half. And then rose a quick pop- throat.A Sobbing, she fled the room. she took the paper and read: THE HOUSEWIFE.

ping of excited voices. meticulous office man was Nich- ""Well that ought not to be Impos- "Meet us at Antler Lodge this after- Public Leaser Inc.-WNU- Scrvlce.'J .

"Elliott!" Here he Is !I" "Look !I" olas .3randon, and though he had suf- sible !1" Elliott said to himself after a noon.-Dawn."-

"He's hurt !I" fered the severest blow of his experIence -. long, thoughtful interval. "Nothing "Why !1" she cried. "I didn't ButI Beggars' School Efficient ::

Bundled to the ears in' a great over- just now he mechanically went much Is. ." must have !"-looking from one to A new school: for beggars was discovered -

coat, cap drawn low, supported on the about his habitual procedure. He had He made no further moves toward the other. "That's my writing." by the police at Brno, the

one side by John Martin and on the received and read a letter. It requiredno love making after that but far Into the "Oh !I" She 'let the paper flutter to leading town of Moravia. Complete

other by Able Armitage, he came slowly reply. The next step in orderly pro- night he talked with Dawn of her fa- the floor courses were organized. Lessons

painfully out of the side street. He cedure was to file it. ther. She had not heard all of the "I wrote that I wrote that years were given in make-up and the faking (

scarcely seemed to be aware of that In the outer office were ranks and ago !1" she cried, struggling to speak of deformities. Hearttouching'patter"
throng; did not look either to the right distinctly. "I wrote that note for Mr. .
rows of letter files. But this letter was taught. The school]
or the left. All his energy was bent did not belong there.In Brandon. Years ago. How had 14 pupils, all boys.rr'he two (fJ'I,

\. on moving forward. the great safe to which only he ffjA did it get here? Who Is calling Ben teachers took half of the daily. "col-
He gained the middle of the street "
to the ]lodge?
had ombination and keys reposed two lections" as tuition fees.
in an impressive hush. Then he mur- files side by side. lIe took] both out "What's this?" Tim Jeffers asked
mured a word to Able and they halted.
and placed them on. the desk. lIe roughly. "Brandon Callin' Ben
He looked about at his men and "
off alone?
opened one and a cruel smile twitchedhis
smiled a trifle weakly, but In his look "
"Don't see? Martin cried and
lips. It contained letters on paperof
was a quality which clearly Indicated varying size, color and qua'my.He his voice was thick. "Dawn wrote it, t2m.ro ;r

that love which strong men have for riffled through these, stopping now all right. But he's sent if: to Ben. ,

; their kind. and again to read a phrase, a sentence, It's a decoy Tim, the lad's on his
"It's all right, boys," he said and to the lodge alone and Brandon's 'S
a paragraph. Pleas, these were ; way Kills
those in tbp first ranks could
planned it !I"
a writing begging for help and
.- hear his voice that A
was light. "They
he smiled again.In No need for more words, then On
didn't get me badly 'I appreciate -n 3k MOSQUiTOESfLIESSPIDERS
the other file were more letters, went :Martin's: jacket. From a corner
: this but want to .
you some yellowed by age and these older'' he snatched snowshoes and a: pair for
get back to :
ones had been written in the unformed Tim. i
:: He panted for breath and lifted his script of a child------Dear Uncle 1 "We'll go," he said to Dawn. "You anJ
face to the broken windows above. '
Nick," they all began. Always that, tell Buller-" i
Far back in that room he caught a though the handwriting grew formed "But I'm going, too !I'"the girl cried OTHER c

glimpse of a face watching him- and mature until] It was identical with sharply. "I'm going. Oh, hurry, Tim INSECTS

cocked as though..striving to hear. that on the single sheet he had just We may be too late, now !I" filS
: : "It's my fight," he, went on. "Not read. These were Dawn Mcilanus': 't They crossed the railroad tracks at
; I don't want of 1
( any l letters to him saved since her child a run, put on their snowshoes and with
I!: you hurt. Go back. Will you hood. "vs Jeffers breaking trail, entered the tim- Next Census in 1940 .

-_ go . back?" ber. Another had that The next United States census I \
:i, He ran through them almost idly, his gone way to-
The 'crowd stirred. senses dulled by whisky and the calamity ] day, a man whose heart burned and ,will be taken in 1940.! I II
t "You bet we will, Ben !1" a man / I
which had befallen him. A narrow sang. Dawn had sent for him ; Dawn
('. called. "Now that If
slip of tablet paper fell' out. HP "I Can't Stand It, Ben!" wanted him !
,;F you ask it, we will !I" looked at 'the penciled note -on one Entering the office while Martin was !

r Tim Jeffers worked his way to Ben's side. story, he realized. :She: did not know, In the mill 'his eyes had encounteredDawn's Quick Relief forChiHsJFvr
f:, side and put a hand on his shoulder,
for instance, that the tragedy which
"Meet: us at Antler Lodge this after note. No thought of how it
r listening to what-Able told him. '
preceded McManus' disappearance took
' noon.--Dawn. came to be there presented itself. The
"Go home, boys !1" Tim Jeffers called. place in Antler lodge ; she did not
Happier memories, that brought ; of quick conclusion at which he arrivedwas
"They knifed Ben last night but he's know how far her father had gone in .
the time Dawn had brought girls home that Dawn and others had gone
.... well took care of. You teamsters, his attempts to drown sorrow of his
with her from school for Thanksgivingand to Antler Lodge; that was where the
7 get out your horses ; we've 'found what had taken them to the hunting wife's death by drinking. But she did shot had been fired which sent Sam and Other Effects of ;
P'', we come for. To camp, every last know that Faxon was dead, that her
camp for a week-end. Faxson to his death. Perhaps Able
r'. Hoot Owl hand !I" father was blamed and that a' dusty Malaria!
Brandon had gone with the party had taken Dawn there. Hastily, he
g-, Men relaxed. The post that was to and it was there that he had first remarked warrant for his arrest on a charge of took hfs snowshoes and departed.The Don't put up ,with the suffering of I
.. have battered in Brandon's door was homicide still reposed In the county chills and
Dawn's emerging womanhood, distance was a good five miles, Malaria-the teeth-chattering :
:'. dropped. The mob was satisfied. that the desire for her had been kin- records. however and part of the going was In the burning fever. Get rid of Malaria by !
Slowly Ben Elliott made his way Next day he declared that he felt Retting the infection out of your system. i
dled in his blood ; there in the camp soft footing. So it was nearly two hours
back to Dawn's home. That's what Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic !
where her father, as the whole coun- I fit to drive back to camp and for an after his start that he in sightof
.; As Tim Jeffers took his place be- with Dawn came does-destroys and drives out the infec- :
hour argued trying to win
try knew, had been with Sam Faxonon the building on the high bank of
tion. At the time it builds
side the sick man, Able.Armitage] drew same up your
her promise that he might come again
the night when Faxon fled to his the MadVoman.. further attack.
;:: into the post office entry to watch the but she begged him to stay for system against
away a
death. But Dawn had never known As he went down the slope he sw Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic contains
:, mob disperse. Emory Sweet was that. She had laughed and been happyat time, at least snowshoe tracks outside the place. tasteless quinine which kills the infectionin

standing there. Antler lodge. Elliott did not go at once to the "Hello !1" he cried, mounting a drift the blood. It also] contains iron which
.' "The king is dead !1" Able muttered stable where his team awaited him.
builds the blood and helps overcomethe
this after- up
"; "Meet us at Antler Lodge and stopping. "Hello, in there !I" r
solemnly] ] staring at those broken win He entered the court house and went effects of Malaria] as well as fortify \
'. dows. noon.-Dawn. over the meager records of the case, No answer. He twisted his feet against re-infection. These are the effects
He read it again. It bore no dateit hastily out of their straps, wonderinga
: "Long live the king !I" said Emory. but little that was new rewarded his you want for COMPLETE relief. Grove's
: was unsoiled ; it betrayed no Indi- bit. For once his alertness was Tasteless Chill Tonic is pleasant to take
: search. The net yield of that search
cation of the time that had passed gone, for once he was wholly off guard. and absolutely safe, even for children.
it.: "Dead men tell no tales.
i was only to Impress him with the pro-
since its inscription. The note had "Dawn !I" he called again as he No bitter taste of quinine. Get a bottle
L "No, but sometimes a corpse will portions of the new task he had set
been left on his desk for him three shoved open the door. "Hello, who's today and be forearmed against Malaria.
:,, kick back !I" for himself and he drove out of
years before. He leaned forward here-" For sale at all drug stores. Now two sizes
l sharply and his eyes narrowed. town his heart was heavier than it had lie had crossed the threshold, -50c and $1. The $1 size contains 2/
i' CHAPTER XIII and been in years. times as much as the 50c size and gives
After a moment he straightened ing Into the gloom, a sudden and cold
Putting the Hoot Owl on its feet had you 23% more for your money.
smiled oddly. A look like relief, almost misgiving sweeping! him. "Turn back;
Furiously, Nicholas Brandon saw as his been, a lark ; shearing Brandon of his
like happiness spread over withdraw !I" a small voice warned but
the days passed the wreckage of his power had been hazardous but, after
before he could gather himself a blow '
power pile up on a flood of public resentment all, simple. But this other was struck him'and he went down under a PARKER'SHAIR BALSAM .

of loosened expressions of Fine strength of body healed B nElliott's something else again. heavy, living weight. a Removes Dandruff-Stops Hair Falling
distrust and contempt and hatred which That night Bird-Eye Blaine sat with Impart..Color and
wound rapidly. By midweekhe But as Elliott went down, with his Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair
had grown and festered unobserved for Elliott for long. and went- over the circumstances 60e and i.6o at Druggists
was dressed and sitting before Faxson's assailant on top, he drew his knees upward iIL HlapoxChem( !Wks .Patehogvie.N.Y.
years. fire with Dawn, talking of his return leading up bowed his back and with a trickof FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in
The man who had replaced the glass, to Hoot Owl on the morrow. death. Men in Tincup commenced to used the connectionwith Parker'sHairBalsam.Makesthe
in his office windows that Sunday aft- whisper that Elliott was delving Into rough-and-tumble fighting hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or at drug-
"It's been so good, even under the very impact which had floored him to Sists.Hiscox Chemical Works Patchogue,N.Y.
ernoon worked slowly and silently the McManus case and the gossip
circumstances to
spend toss the man on beyond.He .
where, in other days, he had done odd reached Brandon who was locked in
he said
you, gravely. heard him curse, saw the other
jobs with swift efforts so that his labor girl his office much of the time, now, soaked
The flushed but made no reply. turn as he pitched across the floor and
might give his employer satisfaction with whisky. lIe did not drink for
"And all the time I've been wondering scramble to his feet.

and had taken every opportunity. Dawn, why you wouldn't let me many hours after the news reached "Brandon !I" he cried hoarsely as a WORMS
to make talk with the town's great him. He kept his head clear and
come. You've been so kind, so savage joy swept him.

man.On generous, so !O friendly. And planned. At last he was face to face with the b' AND

Monday as Brandon walked yet, only a few days ago, you told man who had struck so many times

along the street he saw faces leering.: me I must never come again. Why CHAPTER, XIV from the darkness and from ,behind TAPEWORM

at him from windows, and men he was It, Dawn? Why, when I love you Brandon did not speak. He rushed

passed averted their glances in a glee- so?" Able told Dawn of Ben's activity, with head lowered. Great arms
ful sort of embarrassment, or lookedat whis- watching her face narrowly becausehe are quickly expelled
"Don't!I" she begged in a light wrapped Ben's body, a head drove Into
him with surly, defiant glares.In understood the obstacle that was from the human system
per. "Please I" the pit of his stomach, driving the
yard and mill he was conscious "But it's beyond any power I haveto between these two. He saw hope come, ,breath from his body. with one Mingle f,

that his employees were thinking only keep still. ,I love you, Dawn, better followed by misgiving and trouble.It TO BE CONTINUED. dose ofDr.Peery's'DEAD

of his falL He discharged one man than life Can you believe that, when was on Friday that Dawn left SHOT Vermifuges

for loafing and the fellow only laughedat I've seen so little of you? Look at Tincup, striking across country far Use of Helium Gas

him. Laughed me 1"-1i rcely. "Don't you like It, from the road toward Hoot Owl. Air with helium gas content Is not ly awon,s + ? .
"There's plenty room nt Hoot Owl Dawn, being loved?" She was going to see Ben Elliott and poisonous to the_body, says Pathfinder = (/;

for good hands," he said and laughed "Ah Like It? It's wonderful, tell him that she must see him now, Magazine. One of its Importantuses

again. Ben. It's too wonderful! She that her heart could have no peace Is to reduces the nitrogen con-
That mob yesterday had not wreckedthe averted her face. without him ; that he must come to her tent (about four-fifths of all air) In SOc ft bottle at drugrjrlstg orFright's
{ Pill Co., 10O Gold St., N.Y. City
town as they had threatened but "And loved by me?" and let her stand beside him while he artificial atmospheres for use In deep

the ruin they left was of far more con- "Yes, yes! It's all wonderful. It's pried Into the past and attempted to sea diving and other work conducted ,

sequence. Their coming had stripped too wonderful, Ben. Things like it just make it give. up truth. under heavy atmospheric pressure. Experiments WNU-7 SC-35

Brandon of everything but his -material can't be!I" At noon, on the edge or.a. swamp, conducted by the bureau of

possessions and now these only "Why not? It's wonderful, you say, she sought shelter from the fitful wind, mines show that such an atmosphere

mocked him in survival. and yet Can't you explain?" built a small fire and ate the lunch enables workers to labor for longer SORE EYES Eye Dr.SaUw's Lotion

Back in the office he paced the She was fighting for self-control, she carried. Then she went on, sight- periods under higher pressures la relieves and cares sore and Inlla.medcyeslnU to IS

place like a caged animal. now, and wrested her hands from his, ing her mill far away from the top safety and comfort than la an ordinary Ask bonri.your Helps drngglst the weak or dealer eyed for, cures SALTPA'S.Oniy without pain.

:Mail arrived. He took the packet of backing away, white and shaken. of the next ridge. atmosphere. from reformLlspensaryP.O.noz161Atlanta Qa.


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j A: small boy stood In the entrance PAID x350, WHAT kINp ? AND FART BULL 1

:: of the cobbler's shop watching the man {oR A
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j'rM I :'What do you repair boots with ry
, :1 .;,; mister?" be suddenly asked. cLiw I 0
"Hide," replied the cobbler sharply.

"E-r-r, eh?" asked the boy.
t f "I said hide" replied? the cobbler

.t ,' Impatiently "\
:l ', "What lor?" the boy Insisted, some
what surprised.
;, "Hide!I" The cow's OJtslde.: sigheJ 'y. :YFw
the man. ,(/, %
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a cow, anyway?" said the youngster
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defiantly.-Boston Globe < ;


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Mrs. 13.-He had a big castle on the /K'It/IL\\
Keep a Weather Eye peeled for
hill overlooking a lake of limpid blue
your comfort. This cool flattering
and he robbed everybody who came
gown will do Itself (and you !) proudIn
his way. 1 any member of the Sheer Fabric
t Mr. B. (interrupting)-Beg pardon, i / %
Family! And that means cotton or
but does It mention just where that -
silk according to your taste, and
summer hotel is located?
I either a neat geometric or splashy
floral is'suitable. Just decide whether
Reasonable Precaution
lOU want it for a handy little run
"Factions" are bound to arise, in every OF THE FORCE *,22sS: v:. Under Suspicion around frock-or to fill another im-
party, said Senator Sorghum
portant niche in your summer wardrobe
"Yes," said the gratuitous adviser.
"One band wagon is going one way, SAY, FItJNEY- W LL-FAR BE L i'BUT NOT TOO Any figure will Appreciate' the
flattery of the softness that gatherson
while another has a route of its own. 1ou KNOW QI kNOvJ
IT FROM M&To to the smooth yoke, the airinessof
1 FAR -60 WAN
"That's only natural. But we oughtto THAT MR. LILLY WHO YEZ .
the loose sleeve and the slender-
be able to manage the map so as WHAT Lives MEAN Pr '! INTO I v\D WPP-.. TALE 'of that
ness gracefully panelled
to prevent grade crossing crashes. ACROSS THE.STREET :. ti OTHER PEOpLES skirt!

Missing FROM 'BL1SlfJESS- Pattern 93SG may be ordered onlyIn

Two farmers met in town a few days 7 US- 2VJELLTHREE sizes 14, 16, IS, 20, 32, 34, 36, 38,
after a cyclone hit the countryside."Yes 40 and 42. Size 16 requires 3% yards

It did quite a bit of damage out 5 39 Inch fabric.

I.'f', our way" said one. "By the way was Complete, diagrammed sew chart
'ftP' that new barn of yours injured in any Included Q
; way?" SEND FIFTEEN CENTS in coinsor

f.f."I can't say rightly" he answered I \ stamps (coins preferred) for this
slowly, "I ain't found It yet, !I" 1 pattern. Be sure to write plainly

__ Objection to School NUMBER AND SIZE.

JImmie had been going to school Send your order to the Sewing Circle
only a few weeks when he came in one 4 L(14( Pattern Department, 232 West
evening and announced: "I'm ;tired J Eighteenth Street, New York, N. Y.
of school." I I
"What's the matter?" asked his

mother. "Don't you like school anymore { OR \ J SO-WHUT WELL-WHAT I Iis --WNUT. WUZ HARD TO: SELECT

I "Oh, 1 like It all right, but it breaks TX>lM Up Interviewer-Which ten books
I up the day so.-Indianapolis News. WEEK'} I SEEN r r NO HONEST AT would you choose if you were cast

HIM SORTA SNEAKY" ( ) / PERSO! l5 I OUT -NATO upon a desert island?

Peace at All Costs HOME AT TWO / j I' ATrHAr HOURDECENT j Blond Novelist-It's hard to de
: cide. I've written know,
At last he had succeeded in gaining
AND A.M PEOPLE In the last ten Stories
I an Interview with the eminent editor. THREE years.: -Stray
"I have ''a poem here advocatingpeace
I ," he said heavily. .-:-- -- ASLEEP IN

The editor picked It up. / Certainly i
"I suppose," he said, after a while, iRvi l2'z A local fisherman was telling his

"that you yourself honestly and sin i i i. friends about his luck while on a,
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cerely desire peace? vacation.
i "Most decidedly," said the poet. \ I "Did you fish with tUes?" asked
"Then burn the poem," advised the i one of the listeners.

..,. .J'o: editor smoothly.-Answers Magazine.! "Fish with them? Gee, yes! We
'' fished with them camped with them,

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Why Complain? I FORE! I Unhappy Landing ,,, 1Ctf
"Look here, waiter; Is this peachor "Ilello, Smith, old man, haven't seen
apple pie?" you for some time."
"Can't tell from the taste?" "
you "Been in bed seven weeks.
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"No, I can't" "011, thht's too bad. Flu I sup-
"Well. then, what difference doesit pose?"
make?" "l"es, and crashed!1"

Another Error .Streamlined I
r Professor's Wife (despairing)-The Gretel-Oh, I think you arc Jus' l lots J
wolf Is at the door, my dear. better lookln' than your daddy. 0w &
"Any news from the boy at the train Professor-LIpw careless our butcherIs IIansel-I ought to be. I'm a later '
ing camp?" getting. I'm quite sure I ordered model. wG

"Yes. ne writes us that he's the lamb.-Detroit News. "Who won the Jumping contest?"
fastest potato peeler In his company." "It was a tie between the grasshopper MAYBE OF LEAD
ALL THERE and the flea." -

t\\# No Time Lost ,
"How're you getting along,"E asked Mistaken Identity
( the plumber putting In a belated appearance \ t / Groom-Who put mustard on the
to mend the broken water waffle?

pipe. I Bride-Oh, Johnl I How could you" ?
"Not so bad," replied the man of This is lemon pie. 1
the house. "I taught my'wife to swim EVERY
while we were waiting for you." $ v _& ,
Still Green
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Boss-You are twenty minutes late
Judge-What does the prisoner giveas again. Don't you know what time we Jim-Really, half the time Clarence
"1" have cast these figures eight Ume&, his occupation? start! work at thls/factory? doesn't know which end he Is standing !

sir Officer-Says he's a thief. New Employee-No, sir they're always on.
"Very good and thorough." JUdge-A thief? Well, he's honest, at It when I get here.-Boys' ] Jes?-Oh, nonsense! Ills feet cer
"Here are the eight results"
anyway Life thinly can't seem as light as his hea<1.

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plant and made 'em raise every- charge which grew from the
The Clewiston News bush killing of Lincoln '
body's wages so men
have money to spend, but the plant Donald Norton and Marvin am'I'I

Published every Friday In Clewistor went broke and' the fellows who in February 1933 on

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWf, used to work there came to Sam Slough in Indian Prairie. The

Inc. for a ,job.I dictments ,charged Mansfield, Ford
and Taylor with the actual shooting; 'or l
could go on and on, but maybe
ri r tfAI of the three men and Williams for !
Editor 1E
Keathley ,
you get the picture. Anyway, here is '-
iC ;kN JY either actually assisting with the Lk11lin'g
the same story in a nut shell: Am- I
\ aiding and abetting the assassins .
Entered as second class mail mat- erican sugar fields are growing up
or hiring the other three to' .}
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post in weeds; in 1933 we imported' .
do the work. '.:
Office In Clewiston, Florida, under 5,700 times as much sugar as we
We closed our wells The four men have all been plac-
the Act of March 3, 1897. did In
i_ down 3.6 per cent of capacity and S ( ed under arrest within the past two

Subscription rate. $2.00 per year. Import millions of barrels of oil. weeks with the exception of Mansfield -
increased who is already serving a twenty -r
Advertising rates on application Corn Imports have over
100 per cent this year. Imports of year term in Raiford for man-

Devoted to the advancement and cotton, wheat, butter, cattle, pork slaughter. He was brought here
welfare 'of Clewiston and Hendrj and numerous other products have ;S r M1 4'sq.t from Raiford Monday night by W.

County. increased enormously in the last 1. H. Gasque, special state investigatorwho

year, and still we import millions of has stuck relentlessly on the ',.;,.

labor labor hours that trail.,. grown somewhat cold after ,
': :":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":0.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,. directly compete with high labor BUT who wants to sleep on an have been chosen because of their I two and a half years and believeshe

? hours demanded by American stand- ? It's not that kind of summer slant-and because they has sufficient evidence to war-

::= TOO LATE TO : ards of better living.Preliminary cot. Save it for eating purposes. give a decorative appearance to I rant a conviction. Taylor was arrested -
well as adding a
menus, as
.. Canners call them "cots" for short, your I
in LaBelle two weeks -
but that's because they are so busy new flavor. Serve them in year ago .
t CLASSIFYRUSSELL :t Work Is canning them to meet the demand, prettiest glassware or china- Williams in Sebring at the same

that'there's not much time to talk they rate It. time. Taylor evaded arrest until

: about them. C early last Sunday morning when he
Started On State Canal: So if you want to know a little For Instance was taken into custody by officers at

; more about this fruit that tastesso Circe's Cup: Cut in halves the Arcadia. I
I) good, here Is a brief saga. Its
from No. 2 add the
I KAY Ocala, Sept. 12 (FNS).- Regardless three species are, it is believed, all apricots a can '
from No. 2 : !
grapefruit pulp a can .
the time : ', "' '
native to Asia. During :
:, of what effect the Cross State (or one and three-quarters cup of
.. of Alexander the Great it was
'.' :
':":":":":o-,:,,:":":":" :+:":" ;.s-o canal may have on the rest of the introduced into Europe and first fruit fresh in grapefruit fairly large). Leave pieces.the Divide grape- SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS

I state, Ocala and Marion county are cultivated In England during the
There are plenty of birds sittin it is into glasses. Mix the juice of the
finding the project the greatest bus- sixteenth century. Today one apricots and the grapefruit with I
leanin' against California's most importantfruit
benches of
on park or iness stimulant the section has ever the juice from one lemon. Pour

you lamp"what's posts that wrong are with ready the to coun-tell known,set and in a here.young boom, has already Orchard crops. Flavored Fruit over.liberally Chill with very finely well minced, sprinkle mint ..'........................................................................-........... I I Ifli

and serve. This serves eight per-
try" but darn few of 'em-are able With $5,000,000 allocated for Fresh picked apricots are diffi- sons. i
cult to get In most localities, be-
intelligent answerto preliminary work, the stream of fed- Apricot Custard Beat four
to give you an cause the season commences about : eggs
eral dollars began pouring into slightly, add three tablespoons of !
the question "What are we gonna the middle of June and lasts only Good FarmLand
Marion county last week with the about eight weeks. Unless you go sugar, one and one-half table-
? .
DO about it
'arrival of war department engineers out to the orchards you are not spoons flour and a few grains of

I found one exception, howevera surveyors and other officialsand : likely to get the fruit at its best, I salt. Add one and one-half cups

chap named ,Ripley at Dallas, Tex- the establishment'' of headquarters because of the delicate texture of scalded milk and the apricots
but I'm which does not stand shipmentwell. from a No. 2 can, pressing them
as. He's not a cartoonist,
here from which the gigantic
through a sieve. Heat to boiling.
here to tell that he can draw a .
project will be directed. Canners, however, have made an Pour into individual custard cups, .
word picture as startling as anything place in hot water and bake in a for Rent
Workmen swarmed Into town and intensive study of "cots", and their
you ever found under the cap- the moderate oven-350 degreesuntil -
work was begun on the constructionof orchards 'produce only prime
tion of "Believe It or Not." administration fruit, which is picked and canned firm, or about forty-five min- I ..
the first two
utes. Serve cold from the I Ii
George A. Ropley is just an average buildings, on a site two miles southof to quickly know in that cans the are apricots some of whichwe the This serves eight persons. i
small business man-a shir '
Ocala' .. In the meantime government very finest possible. Orange and Black Salad: Drain .......
manufacturer tryin' to make a liv- officials have temporarily tak- Housewives have found that and chill apricots from a No. 2

in and a couple of dollars on the en quarters on two floors of the local their tart taste combines nicely can' and one and one-half cups oC

side now and then for theatre tick. federal building. with many fruits which are less orange sections. Place them at-

ets or a day at the beach. distinctive in flavor. For this tractively on lettuce hearts. Gar- .
Engineers announced' that workon found in nish with one-half of stoned Trespassers
reason, "cots" are to be cup ,
George will tell you rikht off
clearing the right of way for the some of the best fruit cups, salads dates which have been stuffed
he don't know much about Tech canal would be, started within the and desserts. with cream cheese. Pour over 1' Will Be

nocracy, Planned Economy or Political next two weks and it is expectedthat Do you know the, new ways of 'French dressing with chopped

Anagrams, but he does la: 3,000 men will be given em- making.the most of this healthful fresh mint added. This' serves ProsecutedThe -

claim to an ordinary amount of com ployment. Half a million dollars has trait The following suggestions eight persons.*

mon every day horse-sense. been set aside for the constructionof I '

Crop restriction and our progran.of buildings and cantonments to ,

higher prices along with whole house personnel and workers, and Four Men Indicted By month. Bond for the four men_ was I J --

sale tariff reductions, he points out construction work is already under set at $15,000 each and they were

'have brought us to the point whenwe way. Glades Grand' JuryMoore placed, in the county jail until such IJ I
time as the bond is paid. Williamswas
are Another half million will go to : -
many labor hours as we export pay for right of way across' the released Wednesday when C. C.
and "labor hours" are somethin ( Haven Democrat) Carlton, of Wauchula, and the

that no matter how bad you need: state. While much has been deededto Date for the trial of Parker- Mans- Ryals brothers of Arcadia put up

'em, the more you get from some- the government there still remains field, Finis Williams, Lawrence"* his bond. Squash Ford was released Clewiston.Company f.\:

where else, the worse off you are. some improved property that ([Squash) Ford and Bill Taylor, indicted yesterday afternoon but whether by

It sems a guy named Uncle Sam must be purchased, officials said. for first degree murder by a the same bondsmen is not known at :

had him a nice little home, farm $3,500,000 will be spent on central grand jury last week was set Wednesday this time. I

and business back awhile and wasdoin' by' Circuit Judge Geo. W. Arraigned Wednesday before
area ,evacuations. Man power
Whitehurst for December, court con" Judge Whitehurst, the men all ...
built a pretty sturdy well, fence for himself.around his He and common possible labor ,will be employedas I vening on the, first Monday in that plead not guilty to the murder ........................................................................................
far as to give work, to

place to keep his neighbors' cattle the greatest possible number. Preliminary ...

out and folks from stealin- his mel- I work will' consist of clearing -

ons on dark nights. He raised just and
and felling trees preparingthe
about everything he, neded and did right of way which .will be one

!!some right smart tradin' with hit mile wide and run approximately 72 n FOR- SALE 'f

.-' neighbors. Old Sam himself had miles through Marion county from

never had much schoolln'-he'd Orange Springs via Eureka, Ft. Mc- 't't :" t :..'

been too busy as a youngster clear- Coy and GraEamville, following the ::: :: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :;
" in' land and up his place, course of the Ocklawaha river south .
< but he wanted his kids to have ev- xx fX
and southwest. ,_
.' everything so he sent 'em to school f x s:
The work will be under the direction v ?
and then on to college.
of Col. Brehon Sommerville VyVy
r Now Sam minded his own business .. '. ..
who will arrive in Ocala Friday., j t
and when the neghbors got toquarrelin' fy : x
Colonel Sommerville of the U. S. vYxx :r

.. he let 'em settle the Engineers Corps, now In Jacksonville :: :

f.; matter among themselves, but along canal f
said, "It is the biggest X
r" about vacation time some of the I outstanding :
ever undertaken, and most
.' neighbors got into a brawl andSam's t v
project of the new deal." He de- .t. .y. : ?.
f college-trained boys 't' .
' clared of from 200 to 300 f f :t: ..
that he go over and make 'em' stop a corps VY I .t'x Ixx )

.I' to make the world safe for Democracy engineers, geologists and experts f

;.,' ,; or somethin'. will be employed. f gal vX

t''' Well Sam went and while he fy x
was Ocalans are already speaking of xx f
the weeds in his truck
f: gone grew up
Roosevelt Canal
the project as the Af
,' patch, his. fences began to go to Ay
and move is under to give it y
a way Av
:,. pieces and just about everythingwent I :
': : to pot. Sam had a hard, time i:such a name. H Ara1\ ; N v v

., findin' patches for his pants. AV v
.:..\ Then .ne of his boys came home .:. c VA.. ,.
.j. from College and brought along a .. .. ,
Word was received here this week i t r ---------L. S .'. b
; few of the Professors and they set f :
that Henry,Storey, who with his par- A
'- right in tellin' ,Sam how to run his a tX
ents Mr. and Mrs. Norman Storey,
1-:. place. Made him take the old fences f : ti I. :t: .:.
made his home for a number of I.
down and just put up a little mod- years in Clewiston, was recovering fX
'. ernistic one around the flower bed. x
,: from a recent serious Illness with
i It-.: They told him he had too darn which he was taken while attending Af f

many hogs and made him quit rais school in Leeds England, and is .. :: 'H.

in' em.' Got him to shut down the now on his way back to his homeIn fv f '-

oil well in the back lot that had I Miami with,his parents who were .. .. Xf..

' helped meet his expenses. Told him;/. called there by his illness. Af fv xf -

; to plow up every third row of his I Mr. Storey was the first graduateof Vy AY
r' : best cotton. Then his cows went 't' 't' .. '..
the Clewiston High School in 't. 't' .'.
dry and things kept goin' from bad 1930. He was"an: honor student and .t. A)
to worn. very popular here. He was taking :i_: :: / I Pay The Balance Like Rent 'j :: I I't'

Pretty soon Sam's place was a some special '"professional training 't' ._. .i. ,

iness.' He wasn't producin' and was I I at the English school when he became t..i:;:. :.;:, WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY, CLEWISTON HOMES :;: :;.:

: buyin' cotton from a Jap down the 111. His parents, who .now reside ';' ; YOU CAN t.
.. :: OWN YOUR OWN HOME ::: f
road, 'sugar from another neighbor, I In Miami, sailed for England

: ./ f' oil from another. He had stock in Immediately after having been no-

,?:' a cement.plant that used to pay him : tified of the serious nature of his n Clewiston Home Building Association II
: good dividends but the boys made illness. :: =' :

horn buy his cement from Belgium His many friends here will be sor- : : .t.
: 't' 't'
because it was cheaper. Then one,I ry to learn of his illness and glad 't. PHONE. 102 .t.t .1.
i :' '.' '.' .!
of Sam's boys went to the cement to know that he is recovering I'


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I, f, ..f' I.!..............................................................................................". .. FAY LOU MITCHELL HONORED was pourejd'by Miss Garber and Mrs.] R. Byrd, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. FOR RENT-Furnished Garage
''I :t ( OX SIXTH BIH.THDAYI F. Deane Duff. W. C. Owen, Mrs. Fred Curry, Mrs. Apartment. Inquire on premises.L. .
.: .:i: Personal MentionC. ::;_: I I High score prizes at bridge were M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson L. Williamson. Itp ",

..:, 1!. Fay Lou Mitchell was entertained -: awarded to Mrs. W- C. Prewitt, Mrs. : Mrs. F. Deane Duff: Mrs. W. .
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:. Saturday afternoon at the homeof I W. F. Simpson, Mrs. G. E. Smith, C. Prewitt Mrs. J. F. :McLure, Jr., ,

i i.. K'1 W. McDonald of Belle Glade her parents, celebrating her sixth i Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Mrs. E. Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. J. W. I J. M. COUSE
: > Ezelle, Mrs. D. G. Alston and Mrs.G. .
'' birthday anniversary. W. Digges. Cut prize went to Mrs. I
business visitor here Monday.
was ;
I 'i '
i E. Smith. Tea guests included
I Many active games and contestswere Keathley Bowden and a lovely guest .
'" Mrs. M. H. Crouch, Mrs. Malcolm W. Counselor and Attorney at Law
prize was ''given Miss Barlow.
r enjoyed during the afternoonby
b} Wm. Hooks, of Mt. Airy, N. Car., Bigg, Mrs. Fred I. Hill, Mrs. E., T. Hopkins Building
the little folk. Prizes for the con- Refreshments of salad, sandwiches '
f. .>\ Is visiting his parents here this Hill, Mrs. George Sparks and Miss Wednesdays and Saturdays' '
tests were awarded to: John Poole, cookies and coffee were servedto 9:30 to 4:00 '
I < week. I Wilma Douglas.
I f.' Marjorie Allen, Mabel Silva, Ralph : Mrs. E. W. Digges, Mrs. E. L. I

; I Silva and Nancy Wright. Stewart, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. I r
; Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston an'1 Delicious birthday cake and Ice W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. Keathley I .LaBELLE NEWSMrs.

,. ; daughter, Martha Nell, spent Sun cream were served at the close of Bowden, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. C. L. B. MershonAGENT

If f+I day In West Palm Beach. the games to: Grace Ward, Nancy l ., "
H. A. Rider and daughter,
'. Wright, Nora Oglesby, Julia Ann
) I Miss Carrie Eunice
I shopped in Ft.
': Capt. and Mrs. Richardson Seleo Oglesby, Sue VonMach, Corrinne I Myers Wednesday. ,

and' Mrs. W. M. Broderick spent the VonMach, Margaret VonMach, Mar-I h New York Life ,.:...i. "
:1' week-end ,visiting in Miami. jorie Allen, Peggy Lawler, Mary c .J --
Louise Thomas, Shirley Ann Owen, Spence Aiken and Ezra Hull madea Insurance CompanyARCADIA i

Annette; Simpson, Janice Wynn, Eli business trip to Fort Myers Tues-
:: L. of LaBell,
Mrs. H. Delaney day.
zabeth Winn, Anne Pafford, Chorlie FLORIDA
) spent Sunday as the guest of Mr Anne Darcy, Shirley Moon, Isabelle

"a 1"i.' and' Mrs. H. H. Turner. Richards, Mabel Silva, Jane Espen- Mrs. R. Roberts and Miss Josephine .

j ---- laub, LaDeen Peters, Walter I Roberts of Immokalee visitedin

j 1 T. B. Shelley and E. E. Kelly were i Vaughn, Harry Vaughn, Jr., Billie LaBelle Sunday. '
j business visitors in Miami ant1 Redelsheimer, Richard Simpson, -- REQUEST
u Homestead Thursday and Friday. Solon Mills, E. C. Mills, Jr., John Mrs. Richard Small, and Mr. and

Poole, Mimmie Butler. and Ralph Mrs. Harry Vaughn of Clewiston. I
Silva. visited in LaBelle Sunday.
f' Dr. and Mrs. Nevin Schaaf off

Miami spent the week-end: visitins Electrical Contracting
LADIES AID MEETS Mrs. Pearl Curry and Mrs. Priscilla -

friends here. WITH MRS. PAFFOBD Carson of Immokalee made a tripto PHONE 2121
--. i ,Those Little Fort Myers Monday. PAHOKEE, FLORIDA

Mrs. G. Small and Mr. and Mrs. The September meeting of the La- I 39
W. P. Vaughn and son visited. in I dies Aid was held Monday at the Green Globules Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cook of North Agent for

LaBelle Sunday. ,home of Mrs.. I. M. Pafford with I LaBelle announce :the birth of a

Mrs. W. W. Perry as joint hostess. PEAS to you-those whichwe little are green con- baby boy born Wednesday night. GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS .

Mr. and Mrs. I R. H. Collins, visit- I The dev'otfonal was in charge of stantly discovering in the dishes Everette-- RANGES AND
Burchard and
,. ed friends in Miami over the week Mrs. J. W. Bruce. A program talk which taste best for summer. APPLIANCESNew
: They in patty-shell dishes, Misses Ida and Mary Forrey madea
pop up #
end. on South America was given by Mrs.J. .
in light summer soups, in saucesto trip to Fort Myers Monday.M. .
E. Beardsley.
make fish taste better-almost

J Miss' Josephine Knight and Miss Sandwiches' cookies and an iced anywhere you look, at this seasonof J. Bush, who is working with .;......:..:......:..:..:......:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:--;
mint drink served Mrs. J the will find those 1. 1. 1/ ..
Ruth Knight visited in Fort Myers were to: year you the engineering force in Okeechobee, .. s ,
r several days last week. F. H. Moltz, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs.R. I I ,little So if green globules.planning to entertain visited with his wife, Mrs. M. J. and Used :;: '
you are -
F. Paxton, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, I Bush, Saturday and Sunday.Mr. :A
"-- this summer-and you'll wantto :: :
t Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman of Mrs. R., N. Boswell, Mrs. J. W. do a lot of it while the del :F FURNITUREBELLE :_!:
Bruce, Mrs. V. A. Allen, "Mrs. Leslie
phiniums are in bloom and the and Mrs. Duane Cox of Tam: .. ..
week-end :
Miami, spent the visiting Miller, Mrs. V. Woodward, Mrs. dahlias are budding-see that pa, accompanied by Mrs. Barton ..
. k with friends here. I shelves well stocked with ... .'s...
H. O. Peters, Mrs. M. R., Lawler your are Hall of Lakeland, visited in LaBelle : .
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. A. O. canned peas of various sizes. Serve last week-end. :: :
the tiny ones as a vegetable, the !
f Rufus Smith and W. W. Liddell I Ward, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs.
medium sized in
peas salads and
i spent the week-end visiting friendsin ,Grover Poole, Mrs. C. M. Littlejohn. reserve' the larger, less expensivesize Miss Nancy Stewart and Miss Ma- :!: FURNITURE COMPANY =::
Sarasota. Mrs. Cecil Jones, Mrs. O. H. Rob- to simmer nice and tender in bel Hampton left Wednesday for ..
erts, Mrs. J. H. Presley, Mrs. Wil soups. : .s.
Tallahassee where will
they attend
.*. :: .
I Belle Glade Florida :;:
fred Lockhart, Mrs. R. N. Smith, the Florida State College for Women ,
I Pete Wilson was called to Marys- Here Are Some Recipes V Y'
l vile, Tenn., this week by the death Mrs. W. R. Broderick, Mrs. W. F. This will be their second year :!: Next Door To Theatre '
Simpson and Mrs. A. V. Southard. Cauliflower and Pea Salad: Boil at the college.
of a sister.t : sufficient cauliflower to make two :i: i '
-- 3IRS. DUFF ENTERTAINS I cups of the cauliflowerlets. (Boil (Continued on Page 8) .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:e ";:,

Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and G. E. THURSDAY 'FOR, VISITORMrs. I until tender but not mushy.) Mari ',.
Etherton visited in Miami this nate'separately for one hour, the,

week with ,Mrs. J. Penney.Mr. F.: Deane Duff entertainedwith cauliflowerlets, one cup of canned
'peas and one can of asparagus ,
three tables of bridge at'' her tips. Then toss lightly togetherthe
and Mrs. Fred A. Flander home Thursday afternoon honoringMiss peas and cauliflower and pileon M+
and daughter, Phyllis, of Moore Haven Margaret Barlow. crisp lettuce., Arrange the asparagus HAY FEVER

visited Mr. and Mrs. Keathley High score prize was awarded to tips around the edge, and
Bowden Sunday evening. > garnish with mayonnaise. This
Mrs. W.' H. Mills, second high to
Mrs. C. R. Byrd, cut prize to Mrs.R. ,serves eight persons.
Pea Oysters Press sufficient
i" Mrs. W. C. Nail and daughter;' Y. Patterson and a guest prize canned peas through: a sieve to ASTHMA and SUMMER COLDS area
Miriam, of Moore Haven, and Miss presented to Miss Barlow.
was obtain
one cup pea pulp. Add
ii '41 Beth Nail of Tampa, visited Mrs' Dainty refreshments consisting ofa one tablespoon melted butter, a; ; unnecessary Complete ,relief only $1.00

oj Walker Nail Monday. salad course with sandwiches and few drops of onion juice and the Postpaid. Nothing else to buy. Over
following sifted dry ingredients
-- :
an iced drink were served to the
Miss Betty Spicer and Miss Ruth following players: Mrs. W. H. one-fourth cup flour, one-fourth 40,000 HOLFORD'S WONDER INHALERS -
teaspoon baking powder, three-
Knight left Sunday for Tallahasseeto Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. 1illS'1 fourths teaspoon salt, and one- I .sold last year alone. Mail $1.00
enter school at the Florida State Stewart, Mrs. W. C. Owen, \ eighth teaspoon pepper. Add one
College for '' omen. Y. Patterson, .Mrs. W. M. -well-beaten egg yolk and fold in today for full season's relief to THE

sheimer, Mrs. J. B. ''Dotterer, Mrs.G. the stiffly-beaten white. Drop by DANDEE CO. 14 North Sixth St.
Mrs. Hansell McDuffie and daugh- E. Smith, Mrs. C. R. Byrd, llrs. small spoonfuls in hot deep fat ,

ters, Gloria and Betty, returnedthis M. E. Yenawine and Mrs. J. W. golden(374-390 brown.degrees Drain) and and fry serve until MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, or write 1

week from a visit with rela- Ezelle. Tea guests were Mrs. Fred ,
with the meat
course, either plainor for Free Booklet.
tives in Sycamore, Ga. Curry, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. F. with white sauce. This serves

I. Hill and. Mrs. E. T. Hill. : eight persons. r
Wm. S. Cowart has received no- .... ,
tice of transfer from the U. S. Bn- MRS. MILLS GIVES BRIDGE

gineer sub-office here to the Cross- TEA FOR, MISS BARLOW --

. state canal job at Ocala.

Mrs. W. H. Mills entertained

I J. F. McLure, Jr., left Sunday for Wednesday afternoon at. her home lli YOUR CAR SLUGGISH ?
Ocala where he has been transferred on the government reservation hon-i '

by the U. S. Engineers, for workon oring her sister, Miss Margaret Bar
the cross-state canal.

-- low.The tea table was decorated with I

Mrs. C. F.' Trainor' and daughter, pink roses and gerber daisies. Tea.
Barbara Anne, returned Monday a '

1 from Indiantown where they have E

been. visiting Mr. Trainor.

*" Grover. C. Poole and I. M. Paf- Hints for Motorists t

i ford spent Wednesday in Ocala, on I I '

business. They were accompanied by i By C. R. Strouse I I I IE4
Mrs. J. i
W. Bruce who visited her
husband, Director) School of Automobiles,
there= International CorrespondenceSchools .

Arthur S. Mowry and Leopold W.

Coenraet, of Jacksonville, arrived
this week to work in the drafting
room of the U. S. Engineer'office I r


Mrs. G. B. Thomas and daughter, i
'Mary Louise, returned Friday from
\ Safety Harbor, where they have I

been spending the summer. Mr.
Thomas expects to return home in to clean I Distributor
AN easy way spark plugs
about a week., is to spray them thoroughly 111
with carbon tetrachloride: A few Good
1 That
The teachers who arrived last minutes after spraying, the carbon I
week for the beginning of schoolon will be loosened and can easily be I
Monday were: Miss Lavonia scraped off. Then blow the spark i l
Congdon of Alva, Miss Lucille plugs out with compressed'air.. A 1 Gisli if I
hand fire extinguisher is useful for
A ,
Hampton of LaBelle, Miss Sue Max- ,
.. spraying the liquid, but any kind of
well, Pahokee and Miss Mary Snellof spray gun can be used. Carbon Gasoline
Lakeland. tetrachloride is inexpensive and can
be bought at most drug stores.:

Glenn E. Etherton left Sunday *, *
with his father, H. Etherton, of Leaks in the gasoline tank can" be
Moore Haven, for Edinburgh, Ill., i stopped with shellac.'Remove the
r tank, dry it out, then pour in shel- yAS0u0t CYLINDER and VALVES
where they were called by the deathof L lac. Swish the shellac over all'the Lp04 cuff LUBRICATES UPPER .
Glenn's grandfather, W. J. Eth- ,NHS
surfaces and into all the corners.
erton. They will return the latteij &j: Drain off the shellac and let the KOW WRIEAttfl INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .
part of this week. tank dry before re-filling.

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I. .
Roosevelt Talk to Youth I Voice of Pele Is Signalfor has cooled and has turned a Jet

Answered by Snell Gathering at VolcanoWhen black. As the fountains play, wavesas

D bD HIS radio address to the conven- Vesuvius in Italy and Kra- big as Walkiki'g largest rollers

IN of Young Democrats clubs In katoa In the Dutch East Indies start travel to the farthest corners of the; It;,
Roosevelt insisted pit. The movement Is constant, never r
Milwaukee rumbling disaster threatens, but
ceasing, and yet so safe that crowds
that he was not speaking with any when the United States observatoryon
rush to get a close-up view..
political motive but Kilauea reports a pending eruption -

\W was saying "preciselyword tourists and residents in Hawaii
"for word- flock to witness the pyrotechnics.The And Drinks More Water

what I would say voice of Pele, goddess of Hawaiian The average person. consumes. 72

I addressing a mythology, said to dwell in pounds of salt annually. .'(.. _

By Edwar Pickard tion of the the fiery pit, Is sometimes broadcastto --\

the Republican mainland United States by meansof
0 Western Newspaper Union He justified the corn- a microphone dropped into the Quick Pleasant

Deal as an crater Dr. Thomas A. Jagger, vol- ,

Congress Session Ends; States. The chief American delegatesto tion by canologlst in charge at the crater'srim Successful EliminationLet's
this congress were Earl Browder protect and aid
Filibuster accompanies the rumblings with I
Long's Lone and William Z. Foster, present and
mon mep! In the a graphic description of the churning.
CONGRESS ended its session at mid- past heads respectively of the Communist plex scheme of modern be frank-therc's only one

night Monday-after the clock party In the United States ; existence, and as- Rep. Snellserted lava.According to Doctor Jagger, if the way for your; body to rid Itself of
had been moved back three Gil Green and Sam Darcy. Ambassador but the waste
hands Its aim was not socialism, great Empire State building were to material that causes acid-
times-the house hilarious pith; refreshment Bullitt sent to Washington dally regulated Individualism. .be placed on the floor of the pit Ito; ity, gas, headaches bloated feelings,

r_ -;;;._..-.-?,? sou; and reports on such of the doings of the Championing a philosophy of change, 'mooring mast would scarcely be at and a dozen other discomforts.: '
rustic ffntics, the senate as he was permitted to know, Your Intestines must function and" "
congress "rules not
the President said that are
a level at the crater's rim. The '
the make them
eye tfay to move quick
a furious because and after lis final report he was Instructed necessarily sacred-principles are.
launched down Kilauea'sslope
Bremen ly, pleasantly, successfully, without
Iluey Long of Louisiana to lodge the protest. The methods of the old order are not, could be followed by the Eu- griping or harsh Irritants Is to chew

had conducted a Recognition of the Soviet government as some would have you believe, above ropa and a United States battleship, a Milnesia Wafer thoroughly, in accordance -
lone filibuster for sev- was, and still Is, severely critic
', the challenge of youth. and all three would disappear from with directions on the bot-
en hours and talked to cized by various elements in the "To the American youth of ill partiesI [ view. tle or tin, then, swallow.

death the third defi- United States notably organized labor ; submit a message of confidence- Milnesia Wafers, pure milk of
One of the lava the
ciency appropriationbill. and the friendly relations establishedby unite and challenge." geysers during magnesia in tablet form, each equiv-
eruption Is like an Inverted Niagara
This measure car- the Roosevelt administration never the alent to a tablespoon of liquid milk
Under the auspices of Republican
falls into the air 350 feet.
shooting of magnesia, correct acidity, bad
ried $03,000,000 tax' to have "paid out" In the way of In- national committee Representative -
the with The surface of the molten lake breath, flatulence; at their source,
pay pensions to creased business Russia becausethe York
., -=--"J': Bertrand U. Snell of New which fills the bottom of the pit resembles ,and enable you to have the quick.
aged, retirement pay Soviet government demanded extraordinary -
in direct replyto
the radio
Senator Long spoke over a shatter-proof windshield pleasant, successful elimination so
workers exchange
to railroad credits in for
the President's appeal to youth which has been struck a terrific blow. necessary to abundant health.
and money for crippled children. orders. So perhaps our administration for both parties are making: strenuous Milnesia Wafers come in bottlesat .
The Kingfish defeated all efforts to will not be too sorry If there Is a rupture endeavors to capture ,'the allegiance of Spattered lines, each red hot, run In 35c and GOc or In convenient tins

silence him and was adamant to pleas of relations. the and women. Mr. Snell all directions, join each other and at 20c. Recommended by thousandsof
that he was cutting off funds for humanItarIan young men Constitution spread out like a giant spider web, physicians. All good druggists ,
in the
argued that a change
purposes. He was insisting radiating from the giant; fountain. carry them. Start using these pleas- t.Sant
Winant Made Head of the abolishing rights of Individual citizens -
that the house be forced to vote on Between the scarlet'cracks the lava tasting effective wafers today.
would place "those who possess
the cotton and wheat loan amendmentsto Social Security Board
the power the wealth and the cunning" -
the bill which the senate had In-
G. WINANT former governor'of
JOHN in control of the government.
serted but which the lower chamber New Hampshire and a Republican "Surely the youth of America," he
had rejected. A compromise had been The Choice Millions
has been appointed chairman of said, "are not prepared to endorse any of
reached between the administrationand the social security board, the body that administration which Is peeking to
the bloc of cotton state senatorsby will direct the part of "
:$!!. 4."::.' 1! bring about such a condition.
which the cotton raisers were to the New Deal of which KG BAKING POWDERDouble

get government loans of 10 cents a x the President Is proudest Prices of Food
pound, and the wheat farmers were and which he declares High
left out. Long would not stand for is one of the out- Will Be Investigated Tested Double Action

the elimination of the amendments standing social reformsin adjourning the house Manufactured by baking powder Specialists !

thus arranged. the history of the BEFORE a resolution, previously who make nothing but baking powder-
The Democratic leaders were afraid Mr. WI- appropriating under of chemists.
government. adopted by the senate, supervision expert
that if submitted to the house gov- nant's two associates $150,000 'to enable the federal trade

ernment loans not only on wheat and on the board are to be commission to make a general investi- Same Price Today as 44 Years Ago \

cotton but on other commodities wouldbe Arthur J. Altmeyer of gation into the rising prices of food. 25 ounces for 250
voted at a cost of upward of $2,- Wisconsin who has and allocate ]) -
The commission Is to analyze
000,000,000. _... ..***>. .. ,C&g
been serving as an the costs of producing and distrib- You can also buy

They determined to let the appro- J. G. Winant assIstant! secretary of uting foods to the American consumer. XO ounce can for lOo :

priation bill fall rather than submitto labor, and Vincent Morgan Miles of Representatives from agricultural districts A full 15 ounce can for IJO

Long's terms, although Robinson i'ort Smith, Ark., an attorney who has supported the measure, contend-
stated that Information from the Highest Quality-Always Dependable
con- been associated with the Public Works ing that the farmer Is not receiving his
troller general's office l Indicated there administration. Each is to receive an proper share of the food dollar.
would be no available funds for the
annual salary of $10,000.In .
social security program unless the deficiency sending his nominations to the Bill OUR; <*OMERNMENt
Guffey Coal Control
measure were passed.
senate the President stipulated that
Most congressional authorities held Wlnant will serve six years, Altmeyerwill Is Forced Through
that failure of the $103,000,000 third both house
serve four years and Miles one action In
deficiency bill may delay operation until year. All appointments date from last .LEGISLATIVE was fast and furious ,

January of the bulk of New Deal August 13 when the social security bill during the closing days of the session. THIS BREAKFAST IS GREAT
legislation enacted the last two months ,
was freely ;
reached the White House.As White House pressure
-i, of congress. It provided funds for chairman of the new national: filibusters were start CHOW 1L AND HOW 1 ;'
many purposes besides those mentioned labor relations board, operating under ed and stopped ; sen-

above. the Wagner act, the President named ators and representatives d
The compromise cotton plan was accepted hot and both-
Joseph Madden, a Pittsburgh attorney.The ,
reluctantly by the AAA, and ered Inclined to
other members appointed are John were
many of the southern senators were M. Carmody of New York and EdwinS. be quarrelsome. But
dissatisfied with It. The senators from had Its f
Smith of Massachusetts. J. D. congress -
the wheat states were disgruntled because Ross was nominated as, a member of ders and It wanted to

the wheat loan policy was com- the securities and exchange commission go home, so the ad-
pletely abandoned.
,' a job that 1C had been thought ministration programin

.... would be given to Benjamin Cohen, general was pushed
' Uncle Sam Warns Russia co-author of the utilities bilL through. -
*" "
to Its One of the most ryas
Keep Pledges Senator ccEAST
controversial measures
I" ItIENDLY diplomatic relations between Mussolini Says Italy Guffey on that program, the

the United States and Russia, Will Fight SanctionsGlmA'.r Guffey coal bill, had been driven
established In November 1033 will
BRITAIN ordered through the house by orders from
having \
be maintained
longer unless the Soviet
mends Its of naval strengthIn above and threats of a strike, and OR WEST THE FLAVOR'S BEST
government when It was taken up by the senate
the Mediterranean for the purposeof
and keeps its solemn -
ways pledges to prevent protecting the Suez canal In case every effort to kill it, by eliminatingthe

Communist organiza- war breaks out between Italy and tax feature, was defeated. During .
the debate Senator Walter F. s n) O Cj(
tions on its soil or Ethiopia, followed this up by sending J
George of Georgia, Democrat, created a
under Its control from 1,000 troops to reinforce the garrisonon
plotting to overthrowthe 3 the Island of Malta. Immediately sensation by denouncing the bill In

government of the thereafter Premier Mussolini, In an these words:

United States. This Interview In the London Daily Mail, "Outside of political circles, It Is

was the warning made this portentous declaration : questionable whether there are five
reputable lawyers in the United States ".-
handed to N. N. "It should be realized without the
possibility of misunderstanding that who would declare this measure con- .':' '
Krestinsky, assistant 'f''
foreign affairs com- whoever applies sanctions (penaltiesfor stitutional. However, that is not the
Ambassador worst feature of the bill. The worst
treaty violations) against Italy 3gar
missar of the U. S, S.
R. by Ambassador Wll- Bullitt will be met by the armed hostility of feature Is the defect and infirmity In

liam C. Bullitt in }Moscow, whose note our country." the legislative program that we are I

was written by direction of the De- The duce added that If the League of developing. This nation cannot remain -

partment of" State In Washington.The Nations voted sanctions against Italy, free and happy, if we are to YIPPETY-YAY

language of the note was not his country would at once leave the legislate for groups, and beyond all

quite so blunt as the above, but it did league.In of that, If groups are to legislate for WHADAYA SAY?

not mince words and its implicationswere reply to a direct question whether I themselves the end of things Is not

not to be doubted. It said the there Is the slightest possibility of his I very far distant.

United Stales "anticipates the most changing his attitude, Mussolini-- The house gave up the fight againstthe

serious consequences if the government 'plied in the negative, saying "none at ."death sentence" in\ the utilitiesbill / -
of the Union of Soviet Socialist all-unless Ethiopia gives in." and Instructed conferees to accept ;

Republics Is unwilling, or unable, to, Opening up of the vast Ethiopian a "compromise" that was pretty

take appropriate ...measures to prevent Interior, he said would "jeecflt "all. much one-sided. This means,. that all xf'F
further acts in disregard of the solemn civilized states.;" Colonization of holding companies beyond the second YUrS

pledge given by it to the govern- Ethiopia by Italy would "completely degree are to be sentenced to death ES1I

ment of the United States.:' fulfill all colonial aspirations of Italy." by the SEC promptly after January ,

It was thought In Washington that 1, 1938. Even a holding company In ,

Russia's reply might be delayed until the second degree would not escape '
Death of J. N. Willys, Motor 0 c v
the return of Foreign Commissar unless its operations were confined to

Maxim LHvInov, who was in Geneva Magnate and Diplomat a single integrated system within a 'ff

helping deal with the Italo-Ethioplan JOHN N. WILLYS, long prominent I state or within contiguous states.

crisis. It was LItvinov who personally: In the automobile industry and Both senate and house adopted a i 1r,

gave to President Roosevelt the pledges ambassador to Poland fur two yearsIn resolution making mandatorythe em- 1 I
that Russia would prevent Communists the Hoover administration died In' bargo on munitions shipments to both I % C-

under its control from Interfering with New York at the age of sixty-one. lie belligerents in case of war. < Cr

the internal affairs of this country, had been ill since last May when he Senate and house accepted the .con

and in Mr. Bullitt's note these pledgesare suffered a heart attack. Mr.. Willys, ferees' report on the bill increasingthe ONCE you taste Grape-Nuts Flakes, you'll aI4"114.
quoted In full with the assertionthat forced into business at eighteen b.v powers of TVT and. legalizing that eS
the flavor of these Y
cheer too I Y ou'l1love crisp, '
they have been flagrantly vio the death- of his father, made his first body's' past actions and It was sent to '
sweet flakes-and find themnourishing..
lated. fortune' In selling bicycles. In 1908 the White House The senate passed
The American note called attention he took over the Overland Automobile without a record vote the raili-ay One dishful, with milk or cream, contains: "

to the recent meeting in Moscow of company, which was about to go Into bankruptcy amendments recommendedby more varied nourishment than many a hearty r

the Communist International where the the hands of a receiver, and organizedthe Co-ordinator Joseph B. Eastman meal. Try it your grocer has itl! Product )

speakers discussed openly the plans Willys-Overland company at In- which are designed to prohibit minorities of General Foods. 10

for subversive Red action in the United; dianapolis. from blocking reorganization plans.


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------- SWEATERS FAVOREDBY anced on'
IMPROVED a pl1tte.-Dorothy Marsh of
trimmed with soft furs.
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BRISBANE COLLEGE GIRLSIN Housekeeping Institute.
UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Evening gowns of slinky satins or

NATIONAL POLLWhat sophisticated models in lame and
} 1 '
-' f velvet are popular. I
will the well-dressed college]]

girl wear? Buffet SuppersOne
j Off in the Mountains Member of Faculty Moody Bible According to Miss Helen Cornelius, of the nicest things about a a otasru
: Institute of Chicago. Sunday-night buffet Is that It
director of IIarper's Bazaar fashion supper
Communists Would Weep Western Newspaper Union.
I I service, the, big thing is sweatersand Is always so flexible. For example, ikiTortured
I Congress: Goes Home 15 skirts. Miss Cornelius said: If you want to ask several guests Into
I Lesson for
; Disobedient Twice "The college girl's contribution to supper and yet have a small

i I ; McCLOUD. CALIF. fashion is as American as baseball. home, all you need is a fair-sized

r i This Is far off in the mountains; TIMOTHY She wants the right clothes for the table on which to arrange the buffet

\ telegraph office closed, you feel like right time. And from a poll taken In fare-place It where every one can
LESSON TEXT-II Timothy 1:1-14. of
incurable "shut- serve himself conveniently and Itching
an GOLDEN TEXT-Give diligence to some 50 colleges over the country,
I ; In." But.J a c k 'present thyself approved unto God, a sweaters and skirts were the unanI- enough chairs In the same or ad-

; { Adams is here, an workman that needeth not to be mous choice for all-around wear. joining room to accommodate your Pimples

, : old-time telegrapherwho ashamed truth. II, handling Timothy: aright 2:15 the word i of "Every school has what is knownas guests. Ot course:: : If room permits,

1 -1 can make a PRIMARY TOPIC-The Boy Timothy. 'pets.' These might be any sort it is nice to have small tables-

, message go from JUNIOR TOPIC-A Missionary in the of gadgets from hair ribbons to ankle I bridge tables do very well-placed Relieved After

1 anywhere to anywhere Making. AND SENIOR TOPIC socks. And each school-going maid here and there for guests to sit at Using Cuticura"My
and' find after they have-served themselves.
a -Training for Service. will have tucked in her wardrobesome I
wires to carry It. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- of these little tricks to springon But this is not necessary. Do be careful "

lie will "dig up" IC-Training in Home and Church. I her fellow students." in planning your buffet feast, to face was a mass of pimples ,

Percy Thomas another I For the classroom and I select foods that can easily be bal- due to some external irritation, andI
campus, ;
Timothy's training would be the' vas months.
old-time telegrapher in agony for three
sweaters of
brushed woolin
In the Universal proper training for every child. In angora or The pimples were hard, red and ,

f Service office the measure that such training be giv- pastels are comfortable, youthfuland try CARDUI large and were scattered all over my .'.
In San Fran en there would be a 'more .abundant smart: They may be either pull- idee.-1: was tortured with the itch- -;

I i ,. cisco, 350 miles supply of Christian workers. over or cardigan style, and by all Functional Monthly Pains Ing-and it kept me awake. J ;

J down the coast, I. Timothy's Parentage (Acts 10:1)). means wear them with sleeves pushedup Women from the 'teen age to the "I used many remedies, but to no

!oI I Arthur Brisbane and this; unimportant His father was a Greek and his well above the elbow. Skirts are change of life have found Cardui avail. A friend asked me to try ",

I; : message will go to many newspapers mother a believing Jewess. On himother's ? circular or buttondownthefrontstyle genuinely helpful for the relief of Cuticura Soap and Ointment, so I
;r to give plenty of freedom for did. Soon an improvement could be
': in many cities, just as though side at least, he had a godly functional monthly pains due to lack
seen and
for two
and after using a
strides. ,
' It were news from Ethiopia, or some ancestry. Usually the influence of the long of just the right strength from the months' T
Week-ends college girls will take food they eat. Mrs. Crit Haynes, of half my complexion was
mother makes the A mother
son. pious -
dear little Hollywood lady's explanation Paradis "
clear. (Signed) -Joseph ,
'I their dressier clothes from hangers. Essex :Mo., writes: "I used Cardui
of what caused her to separate and a }pious grandmother were back 1078 S. Blvd., New York City, :May :.'
and found it
i when a girl for cramps very
Included In this silk afternoon --
I from "Jack, but we are, and always of Timothy.II. group are beneficial. I have recently taken Cardui 2, 1935. : .

.. shall be, the best of friends." Timothy's Training (II Tim. 1:5: : dresses in dark colors, neatly I during the change of We I was very ner-in Soap 25c, Ointment 25c and 50c,
vous, had head and back pains and was
trimmed with metal cloth
3 3:14,15) velvet or Talcum 25c. S everywhere.. One
e} : ) a generally run-down condition. Cardui
"'. ,I This is a city that ,would make a A wise and faithful mother and some contrasting color. I has helped rne greatly." Cardui benefited sample each free. Address: "Cuti ;:y

,. v.' good Communist gnash his teeth, shat- grandmother carefully nurtured him in Out of hat boxes will come chic Thousands them. of If .it women does testify nob benefit YOU, cura Laboratories, Dept. B, Malden, '. \.

ter them, hurry to Lenin's tomb, mum- God's Word.. Through this training, he foreign-looking things to be worn consult a physician :Mass."-Adv.GUMDIPPED .-

.' ble Marxian prayers; and butt his head knew the Scriptures from his child I .

,',;,,,\,, against the walls of the Kremlin. hood. The faith which came to him

.:' First, the whole city belongs to from his grandmother through his THREE PATENTED CONSTRUCTION i

the lumber company. Nobody else mother did not come through the laws

:Ij .:':. owns or can own a house or any other of heredity, but through careful training '

;:! 1.:, property. and teaching. Grace' Is not'reo FEATURES MADE THIS NEW

!i ': ,;. But no worker is Idle, rents are ceived by the laws of heredity. The

! low, prices In the company store are factors involved in his training werea

,, lower than in any big city, and for godly ancestry, a home where God GROUND GRiP TDIRE PO'55IBLETHE

: mountain climbing your narrator was feared, and a diligent study of

'/ bought wonderful heavy socks, striped the Scriptures.III. .
\ Firestone Ground Grip Tire is the traction tire built. It has 54
greatest ever % j
} and blue
alternately red, white pa- Timothy's Call (Acts 16:1-3)).
L ,:,', triotic enough to make a true Communist While on his second missionary tread rubber to give your car, truck, tractor and farm implements the greatest

'" ,.. mount his soap box and ask journey in company with Silas, Paul traction ever known.GumDipping "_.1

:;: :', ; the crowd, if any, what the world is found Timothy at Lystra near Derbe. the Firestone patented process which soaks every cord in liquid rubber,

:;1 coming to. _____ Perhaps he had been converted ODPaul's makes it possible for this tire to stand the terrific strains and stresses of the extra pulling

first missionary journey, but, power. Firestone Tires are the only tires built that are Gum-Dipped. ,
It is good news that congress hhs hearing a favorable report of him by

I f gone home at last, really and truly the brethren, Paul circumcised him so The tread is built, of extra tough rubber and designed with deep grooves between

i I" gone home to stay, heaven permitting as not to offend the' Jews because his :':'::?-fA:Z'. :.: .....:... ........ ; scientifically placed cross bars,giving super-traction

f until early next :year. father was a Greek. This was not con- 'J.<;) >: < 'III and long wear. Firestone Ground Grip Tires areselfcleaning .:'.

'A 1 ,. trary to the decision ,''of the Jerusalem LF 'jf %< \ %} (Chains are not needed) The bars of 1
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Until the fire is out, and you count council. It was a case where' conciliation 0\,' r, &; .. the rubber are so placed that they will not bump .
,' the furniture carried out on the lawn, could be made without t '
compromise !: : paved roads giving easier and
.J> on you riding longerwear. <
'j., y t.' you cannot know just what the fire of truth.IV. < ... ....'.::.> ,
: has 'one to'you.. This session of con- Timothy's Character. / \.-

gress seems to have been a pretty 1. Of a retiring disposition (II Tim. READ WHAT FARMERS SAY ABOUT

good fire. The San Francisco Examiner 1:6)). He had received a gift from God

r1. tells you that congress spent, in at the hands of the apostles, but It. r THEIR SAVINGS WITH FIRESTONE .
'., its short life S10,25G.2oS,02i5.0G, -:
needed to be stirred up ; that Is, fanned GROUND GRIP TIRES
"iJ .; or, spelled out, ten billions two hundred into a flame. Such a temperamentwould ,

o :\'i; and fifty-six millions two hun- mature in touch with a great TEXAS Mr. C. W. Wardlow, :McKinney, Texas, mites1, :;

" dred and fifty-eight thousand nine hundred like Paul. "Approximately 23% saving in fuel, and 33% more acrej :,
I ; and twenty-eight dollars and six personality worked each day, and am able to go through any kind of .-
2. Courageous (II -Tim. 2:1-8). Hav-
I the tough going' due to your new tread design on the Ground
Who do
cents. you suppose got ing been stirred up, he was freed from CORD BODYnew Grip Tires."
six cents?
the spirit of fear and
,r deliberately Iden- OHIO Mr. G. I. Henning of West Salem, Ohio, writes:
tified himself with Paul In his suffer "Want know the
to effectiveness .
,. Congress disobeyed the President you of your pneumatic
r ing and trials. tire,on our binder-:-it saves time, we cut grain faster, it is
only twice In the session. The senate :
3. Faithful. lie continued in the \' easy on the'man riding on the binder and now we never
refused to put this country In the a:, '. ; have
difficult field of Ephesus during many 1 to stop to tighten up
World Can you" what "
court. Imagine bolts.
y <
years. He was the only man of the (:
that World court would do to us now,
needed fidelity to minister to the Phil- SOUTH
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I in connection with this Ethiopian F4V ;
Ipplans (Phil. 2:20): The secret of his ;. a a S ; ,i, x Chris S. Anderson, Badger,
marauding expedition?
; sgt
faithfulness_ In such a position was his S't- S. D., says:
!iI '..,- Second, congress, in both houses, fidelity to the Word of God. / "I like Firestone Tires

I overrode the supposed wish of the V, Timothy's Ministry. / r-t ', because the tractor runs

President by passing a neutrality res- 1. As fellow missionary with Paul ''a' easier, uses less fuel, travels "

II olution, making It mandatory for the (Phil. 2:22). z .. >t/ faster" and hauls larger

President to forbid shipments of ammunition 2. As pastor of the church at Ephe j TWO.EXTRAJJVYZRS, loads.

::1 to any nation at war. sus. Here he labored for many years, 1 GUM-DIPPED CORDS >?"''" r< NEBRASKA Dr. C. E.

tactfully meeting the difficulties of that 1' UNDER THE TREAD Larsen of Tilden, Nebraska,
Ethiopian rains are ending for this great church. The Christian minister R ytYii" 4 writes:

year and Mussolini Is ready to go shopping must believe In the Scriptures God's "/ Ak' "I purchased a set of your

I .' for African land. France and Word and be a .. new Ground Grip Tires about
able to rightly divide e '
i England, now virtuously Indignant, \. > two months ago for my coupe
them ,
so as to meet the need of those
have taken almost everything, but the f'; >y I have not been able to
who hear
cool, high tablelands of Ethiopia offer him. 1 m ..; .. stick this car in mud since
\ for Italians. VI. Paul's Farewell Message to Timothy 4S they wero put on and they
good territory
(II Tim. 1:1-14)). N}' have already saved me threesctsofchainsandIwouldnot

1. Personal relationship (vv. 1, 2). iz
To other nations Mussolini says: S be without them if they cost
"Keep your hands off unless you want-. Timothy was Paul's spiritual son, %S f double what you charge."
therefore a peculiar love went out to SUPERTRACTION -S
: a war in Europe. Let do
me my him. This strong affection was a vi- % r IOWA S Mr. II. Elsbury

fighting in Africa." Know when you tal factor In Influencing Timothy's life % are well off. He knows that France
2. Paul's deep Interest in Timothyvv. "With Firestone Tires on
wants no war; that England, still digesting ( 3-5). my McCormick Deering
the anaconda supper of the Tractor and Separator I have
,a. Prayer for him.
last war, could not send her young While a prisoner taken in over $100 from

men to war, even if she were foolish In a lonely dungeon, he thinksof GROUND GRIP TIRES GROUND GRIP TIRES GROUND GRIP TIRES farmers I could not reach
Timothy and prays for him.b. with other wheels."
enough to want war. The young men Longed to see him. This revealsthe FOR CARS FOR TRUCKS FOR TRACTORS
would not
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vital reciprocal affection between your nearest
You know, now, why Mussolini assembled Paul and Timothy, and also Paul's Inner 4.40/.1.501.75-21 $7.85 32x6TrucUvp. $%7.65 5.50-16.$11.05 Auto Supply and Service

half a million fighting self. He 4.75/5.00-19..5., 8.50 32x6 I1.D.... 36.25 6.00-16. .. 1.40 Store or Firestone Tire Dealer
was Intensely
and let him show how the
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an Ethiopian foray that airships can (vv. 6-14). 5.25/5.50-11..10.55 6.50-20. .. 21.95 9.oo-3 .. 13.95. Tires will save time and

attend to. He wanted Europe to know a. To stir up the divine gift within 5,25/5,50-18. .... 10.65 1.00-20. ... ... 9.10 11.25-24. ... 66.60 money on your farm.

anybody that he was wanted ready it.California's for a real war' if fan him (Into vv. 6.flame.7)). To Enthusiasm stir up means of the to 6.00-16.. .. ...... ,..11.95 1,50-0, ., 35.20 12.75-28. .96.50 Re elmberli" thereriF8.Ires. also one a

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SCHOOL NEWSThe ,greatly surprised and Immensely Mrs. Ida Bigley of Fort Mycra was Moore Haven, Fla. ). ,
pleased when they arrived at the the guest of Mrs. Julia Wood Tues- It is perfectly agreeable WPA Administrate -I ," '.

\ school to see a new already filled day and Wednesday.Mrs. r ,for chairman Board. ,
Clewiston Junior-Senior high spray gun on their desk. County Commissioners sign WPA < '

school began the year's work Monday Mr. Beacom has been getting to Harvey Parkison and fam- application submitted to the District For'Qualily"

September 9, 1935. school around 7;'45 these morningsin ily of Alva visited with Mrs. Park- Director at Palm Beach. .

The opening program' is given be- order that the children may come ison's mother, Mrs. Nell Clark, at i C. B. Treadway, _
low: Indoors during the time the mos- .
LaBelle Sunday. Admin WPA.
her home in (sj.1-ator
Song.-America, The Beautiful. quitoes are very unpleasant.
Mr. Mulky is custodian of school The project was drawn up by
Devotional-Rev. Robert Paxton. Miss Laura Doub went to Tallahassee -
building and grounds and all speak : Capt. 'Ben Johnson, WPA engineerfor
Address-Rev. A. W. Taylor of very highly of his work and how Wednesday where she will this county. It has now been \

Belle Glade. glad they are that he is a carpenter. attend the Florida State College for signed by Morgan D. Moon, chair-
Address-l\r. E. VonMach. Women. This will be Miss Doub's man of the county board and will .

Introduction, of teachers-B.. E. ] LaBelle News-Cont'd first year at college. be sent to Washington for approvalat
Herring. once.
Address and announcements -- Rev:, and Mrs. C. W. Alford and ; Under the plan as submitted to I
daughter, Colen, are visiting in ; the Works: Progress Administrationthe "
Prof. W. L. Beacom principal. (Continued from Pago 4) I I
Song-Battle Hymn of the Re- Miss Katherine Curry and Clem Mississippi Dr. Limon is taking care State Road Department is to

public. Jones motored to .Immokalee Friday of Rev. Alford's duties as pastor of pay $8,800 for material and truck- I'

Closing Prayer-Rev. A. "'"'. Tay.. night where they visited with Miss the Methodist Church. ing, while the WPA- will put up approximately '

lor. Beuna Carson.Mr. Ernest Hall 'is going to Nashville, the same amount for Printing .
Mrs. Allen capably led the labor.
very '
Tennessee Friday, where he will attend ,
singing and was very ably accompanied The work] which it is hoped ,will
and Mrs.. Paul Davidson of the Thevecca Nazerene College
on the piano by Mrs. Mark bo done will be scarifying of the
Belle Glade, visited relatives in La- there.. Mr. Hall graduated from the road
and the
Lawler. placing of four inchesof
Belle Sunday. Mr. Davidson LaBelle High School last, year.
The Sch'ool Board, Trustees and formerly shell over the entire 10 miles.
lived in LaBelle. --
faculty wish to again express thanks Miss Doris Foster and Mrs. Eliza- I The entire project win'cost about

for the great congeniality and cooperation -- beth Pike of Fort Myers visited with $15,000, and will require 11,850 c.

shown by the parents on Miss. Jerusha RIdgdill, Miss Carrie -' Mrs. Drew Hampton Sunday. They y. of marl surfacing.This Call.
the opening day of school. Eunice Rider, Phannon O'Ban- attended the services at the Methodist load which cuts through :
We know from the parental interest non and James Rider motored to j Church Sunday morning. some of the richest farming lands of ,..
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shown in, the school that you Fort Myers Sunday night. I I the county and through the cane I .. ,.
good folks will be interested'in our Miss Lillian Burke, Miss Katherine I field of the U. S.. Sugar Corporationis ,:.'i; !" L Lt :.'

enrollment. Curry, Clem Jones and Dick badly needed and since maintenance : :
Miss Lillian Bilyeu and Mrs. Wal- ..
Hooks attended the show at the
Grade Pupils was taken off by the countryhas :

First grade ................................ 35 ter Jenkins of Moore Haven attended Dixie Crystal Theatre in Clewiston become almost so rough as to be

Second grade ............................ 27 ,the memorial services Sunday i I Thursday night. impassible. ,
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Third grade .............__................. 17 j I I morning. i I Mr. Boo stated Thursday that he .339

Fourth grade ................................. 14 Project Submitted for had been informed by Mr. Smith of '. .;
Fifth grade .................................. 21 Miss Addie McCormick of Miamiis the road board that the project for : :
Sixth grade ..........:..................... 19 the guest of her parents. Mr. and II Paving of Old Road 67 :surfacing road 164 through the '..;, ., ',......."..." ":'-1.'.;..., ,. \j'
Seventh grade ..............:............. 18 Mrs. D. G. McCormick at their homeIn northern part of the county was now '

Eighth grade .............................. 14 LaBelle this week. awaiting the President's signature. : : ? '

Ninth grade .......'......................:1.. 15 Moore Haven Democrat) -- \ ,

Tenth grade ................................ 17 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barnes and That the surfacing of the old
Eleventh grade ............................ 6 children of Pahokee visited with Clewiston road from Smoak's Cornerto Cloth Long in Use '

Twelfth grade ....__...................... 5 Mrs. Barnes' mother, Mrs. R. Small, its junction with road 25 four Jean cloth has lien in use for work : :
last weekend.Mrs. miles west of Clewiston as a WPA men's clothing-call them overalls or ,
Total enrollment! for all grades 208 project within a short time is the by other names-since the Sixteenth :I:11i.e: : .::,,} ",'
hope of officials and landowners century. The name: Is derived from "
'We hear many complimentary remarks Julia Wood and her houseguest county C
of thanks that our school Mrs. Ida Bigley, of Fort My- along the road, it was stated the city'of ,Jaen. one or the Moorish .' .:; ;I : .
building is scrQen 'd. ers, made a business trip to Moore this week after Representative R. HLilrsil& ;* in Spiiln. which was the seat ".. .'

Our school board member :Mr. M. haven and Citrus Center Tuesday. Boe, County Commissioner W. E. ,of a large textile Industry In the Sixteenth + : ; ; i > ;;; :;; :
The first blue overalls ; :
century. .
E. VonMach certainly has the Daniel and Glenn Williams had : :: ,
tfi this! "ounfry were made nhont .
terest of the children always in-// Miss Pauline Bernhardt and made trips to Palm Beach to see the ,
mind. Wednesday afternoon Adolph Bernhardt of Citrus Center district engineer and to Lakeland to .

five, while talking with Mr., Beacom shopped and visited in LaBelle Tues- consult the district state road engineer Clewis ton
and Mr. Herring, Mr. VonMach: men-I day. H. L. Furlow. Not Much Attraction"We :

tioned he could get the school some Mr. Boe also made a trip to Pa- shalt be changed in form per-

mosquito spray guns. However, he Miss Grover Harrison of Webb hokee one day this week to discuss naps" our fuvnuite. radio (prem:her

showed his good stewardship of the I City, Missouri, accompanied Mrs. the project with Willard Smith, iccentl.v lec'In ml. "hut otherwise .

county finances by remarking he Frank Magill back to her home in recently appointed road board mem- Immortality: will, find us the way we I r

must 'be careful of expense. i I LaBelle. Miss Harrison and Mrs. ber. Mr. Smith advised that the are., Comforting to many 'no doubt ;
According, to his usual puctuality, 'I Magill are sisters. county officials get in touch with hut i don't loll that to a man with hay

we were' the receivers next morning',, C. B.' Treadway, State PWA Admin- fever and! expect him to cheer.f .- 'News

of six new twenty-five cent mosquito -:I Miss Bernice Infinger went by bus istrator atj; once. This was done and nrm mid rrlrp"iI" <:,< '

spray suns.Caretaker Wednesday to Monte Verde where the following wire was received yesterday .' .

:Mulkey and Mr. Bea-j she will attend school. Miss Infinger by Mr. Boe: Little Vices: Ignored J: 'J ',' ;';** : .

com filled the spray guns.; The has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Tallahassee; Fla., Little vices Ignored occasionally I :

downstairs grade teachers' were I Spencer Aiken this summer. Representative .R. Boe, I' lead up to murder.-Atchlson Globe.:

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