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 3, 1937
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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Announced For Yellow and Blue


FOR 1937-38 TERMPreparations I I I Hendry to CC camp county will boys be ,interested wishing togo in INDIAN RESERVATIONA have Florida Tallahassee canary automobile,yellow Aug.license 28.-New figures tags and 1938 will a ELECTION TUESDAY

tlie announcement made by Miss
blue-black background, tag depart-
Martha Nelson director of district
for the opening of Caterpillar 50 tractor and a ment officials said today. The department The inclusion of the community

all schools I No. 8 Welfare Board, that there will has ordered of the LaBelle into Hendry -
Hendry county on Mon- heavy road grader were received 520,000 known as North

day, September 13th, have been be a CCC enrollment In October. new plates from the tag plant at the
I I here Saturday night from the factory county, instead of Glades countyas
completed by the county school CCC is for unmarried boys betweenthe ,state prison farm in Raiford. About
in Peoria, Illinois, and will be I at present, is the issue to be decided -
board in of 17 23. Preference have been sold in the
and tags
cooperation with local ages 475,000 Tues-
r' used for some much-needed road upon, at the election next :
trustees and principals. I \yill be given those boys whose par- state this year.
work in the Indian reservation be-

': : ,'i,,""" Principal B. E. Herring of the ents are receiving relief or workingon tween Lakeport and Brighton. The Next year's tags will be turned out day.A law passed at the 1937 session:

,_:: : \ Clewiston school will be in the WPA. in a serial system based upon the
tractor and blade were unloaded of the legislature provided that the
,;': ,: ,, :;; school office at the school building Applications will end on September population ranking of the counties.As .
Monday morning by a crew of Indians section should be included in Hendry
" :::'. next Monday, Tuesday and \Vednes-I 28th.! Boys going to CC Camps an ,example, the tag departmentsaid .
under the direction of the county, provided a majority at a
: day, September 6, 7 and 8 for the Dade county tags may have a
will receive their 'room and board
: :y.f-., purpose of enrolling new pupils for I : Indian Superintendent J. F. Scott. figure 1 in addition to the license special election to be held in theaffected'
and $30.00 month of which I
: :: ,the first grade and registering high per $25 The tractor and grader were pur tag number, so that the home countyof 'area of Glades county and
', will besent to the at home.
,$l' school pupils. family chased through the Clewiston Motor the car may be easily determined. in all precincts of Hendry county,

*: In accordance with school regula- Hendry county boys wishing to Company, South Florida distribu- Duval county might have the figure should approve the change. '

-i tions, no pupil will be permitted to enroll should, apply at the office of tors for Caterpillar tractors.B. 2 in addition to the regular license Although all but two of the voters '

} enter school who has not reached his the board either in Clewsiton on L. Yates, general reservation number. The new plan also will in North LaBelle signed the petition /

sixth birthday on or before Decem- Monday morning from 9 to 12, or foreman assisted In the unloading, make it possible for automobile requesting the introduction and

ber 31, 1937. 'Birth certificates must in LaBelle on Friday morning from owners to obtain low numbers in
work and will supervise the road passage of the law, it appears that j

.presented to confirm the age of 9 to 12. w.rk to be done on the reservation.He their own counties .without reserv- there is some opposition to the
the child entering the first grade. All who have had ing them in advance at the tag department -
boys previous
stated that work in the reservation change among those who signed the'petition.
z_ It will avoid crowding and delay on I CpC experience will be requirqed ,to officials said. License tags
had been to .'
handicapped no I
are sold by the county tax collect-
5 the first day of school if all parents their
present discharge be- I
who can will register their children papers small extent because there were not ors.BIDSADVERTISEDFOR. The most distinct advantage will
fore application Is made for the new
and present their birth certificatesto sufficient all-weather roads to per be that the North LaBelle families

Professor Herring during the enrollment. mit tlte Indians to drive betweenthe I will be within a couple of miles of

coming week. I spots high enough to farm dur- I their seat of local government instead -

. High school pupils are requested I ing wet ,weather. When coming here' of thirty miles. Their children
"- to call at the office during the first EXTENSIVE PROGRAM for the tractor, Mr. Yates said that will attend the Hendry county schoolat

".' '' three days of next week and register I he and his Indian crew travelled six SURFACING CO. ROADBids I LaBelle without the necessity of, !

,_ 'r,, for classes desired. This is par-. of the eleven miles between Lake- I
annual settlement of tuition fees.
, ::'4. itcularly necessary as a schedule of I port and the reservation through I fan Any bended indebtedness of the I
# classes and and class assignments I for 'the construction of 5

'-. ;'c must be worked out with the high water. miles of paving on Road 164 South area will remain an obligation of
; Budget and plans for the Contrary to 'general belief, Mr. the area itself and will not be trans-
ty school teachers, before, school opens. program from LaBelle will be received by
The school authorities will strictly coming year have been made by the Yates said that 'the Indians were the state road department at its Tal- ferred to Hendry county as a whole.In .

; enforce the state law requiring executive board of the Clewiston becoming more and more. interested lahassee offices on September 9th. the past the North LaBelle

school attendance of all children be- Parent-Teachers Association., The in the various projects which community has been at a consider-
The department is advertising for
'' tween the ages of 6'and'' 14, and will annual Hallowe'en Dance to be held were being undertaken on the res-' able handicap for although It is ad-
the bids for the work notice
see that necessary clothing is pro-I at the Clewiston Inn on Friday, October ervation and were very good work jacent to the town ,of LaBelle, sep-
I vided to children who in I 29th, is the principal sourceof appearing this week in the Hendry
any are ers. Little farming has been under- arated only by the Caloosahatcheeriver
needy circumstances. If parents will revenue for carrying on the milk County News.
I taken as yet except in small tracts in it had none of the benefits of
report such needs to Professor Her- and' dental clinics in the local school. The early beginning of work on
I the hammocks which have been: i seat town. Glades county
ring during the next week, their The effectiveness of these clinics, this project is in accordance with a county

needs will be ,taken care of by the I and' the need for them, will be I i (Continued on Page 8 ) promises made by the department to has paid tultltion to Hendry countyin

brought out in the P.-T. A. slogan order that the North LaBelle
E. L. Stewart
-.I I Hendry county representative -
i fort the year, "Forward with the ; Drainage District who appeared before the children might attend the LaBelle

clothing, "and the only requirement j I Home." school.
"- board:Tallahassee, at its last meet-
,, is that the family actually in need. Mrs. Henry Kolstad, chairman I Ruling ReiteratedTallahassee ing and 'urged early work on the Local interest has not been stimulated '

Several Palm Beach county resi- the finance and budget committee, road. in Tuesday's election but it is

,., dents who live near Clewiston have is in charge of general arrangements I hoped that all who have an opinionin
Aug. 31.-The Supreme The road extends through Feldato
inquired to the of
as possibility her committee is
for the dance, and
miss the
the matter will not
opportunity -
.. sending their' children to the Clew-+ laying elaborate plans to insure itsi J court reiterated today its decision Immokalee and serves an area active -
to it at the polls.
iston school. M. E. VonMach, 'chair-j success.' Surprise features, to be announced the "first come, first served"rule in farming, lumber and turpen- express

y man of the board, requests the newspaper later, are expected to draw, in bond paying is not applicable tine industries. The work will begin The Clewiston polling place is at

: to funds of the Everglades drain- the Hall.
to make the explanation that City
a record crowd of gaiety seekers at LaBelle and proceed southward.

(Continued on Page 8) from all around the lake. I age district. I Mr. Stewart was notified Satur-

I Pointing out the district's tax! Merit Exams For Social
I An intensive membership drive is I day by telegram from J. H. Dowling,

Child Drowns Saturday to coincide with the dance plans. levying power is fixed specifically state highway engineer, of the de
by the legislature, the Supreme court I Welfare Work 18th
The local unit is working to make partment's action. The telegramwas on
1 said funds derived from taxes must
In Roadside Canal its membership list 100 percent this ,
as :
il ; year. Parent-Teachers activities playa be distributed on a pro rata basis I! Only a few days remain in which
to bondholders if there is insufficient Tallahassee, Florida, .
vital part in home and civic affairs applications for the merit system
Little Peggy Joy Luke. 15-months' I money to, pay all bond August 26.
and close cooperationof
only by examinations for social workers po-
t i old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. membersmay ,tions. obliga-I Hon. Eibert L. Stewart,
:: all patrons, friends sitions with the state welfare board
Luke was drowned at about 6:15 a Parent-Teachers unit function It reaffirmed, on a hearing, Clewiston.
# be filed, it has been annuoncedby
Saturday afternoon in a roadside effectively. II vious decision that A. M. Lawlor Through your efforts we are today may
" canal her home at the J I D. W. Ireland of Fort, Myers,
near parents' Mrs. Roscoe N. Miller of LaBelle, could not, by mandamus action; require advertising five miles paving.
Benbow Camp of the U. S. Sugar I chairman of the welfare board dis
full of
payment Everglades road 164 South of LaBelle: stop
I state director of district 12, joined on I I
Corporation where Mr.. Luke is bonds he holds I trict.
drainage district unless -
" ell-I I members of the local executive board I II bids will be received on September
ployed as a foreman. Although there is sufficient money to Application blanks may be secur-
to outline national, state and local I 9th tstop we are 'sending copy of ad
7 =: : child wa-3 believed to have been in 1 I make the samE payment to holders' ed from Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Clew-
Parent-Teacher alms and progress.i at LaBelle J.
) to ,newspaper today.
the water only a very few minutes of other matured obligations. iston who is the Hendry county representative -
The Clewiston unit will sponsor a
; H. Dowling. \
efforts at resuscitation were una vail-I I
the board, or from
meeting to include representatives on
I be marl
ing. The road surface Is to
., from all units of the district. Mrs. 1 Air Mail Plane Receives Miss Martha Nelson, director, Dis-
: base, surface treated, a type used on
\. The child's mother is reported to
i I Parvin, state P.-T. A. president, is trict Welfare Board, Box 991, Fort
: '\ have left Peggy Joy playing in the the highway from Road 25 to Moore
" ? j Ito II be invited as guest speaker. Mrs. Cordial Welcome Here Myers.
' ,' yard with her four-year, old brother Parvin's enthusiasm for P.-T., A. Haven. This has given very satis- The examination will be held in

i while she went into the house for' work is well, known, and everyone factory service under local condi-

I a few minutes. When she returnedthe 'I I is urged to hear and meet her* I The first Air Mail plane into tions. Fort Myers on Saturday, September18th.

child was nowhere to be seen. I Hendry county received an enthusiastic This is the second Merit Sys-

j Betty Brannon who lives close by I The dental and milk clinics which I'I't welcome when it landed at tem examination to be held under
t have, filled a great need in the Clew- Dist n Is. Supervisors I
,: came up about this, time and offer- the Clewiston airport Friday after the new board and it is expected
; iston school in the past, are to be I
ed to go look for the baby, She had I that no more will be held for six
continued throughout the coming noon and picked up a pouch of 300 Set Assessment for Year]
not gone far when she saw the body
:year. They will help to develop the air mail letters for transfer to the months longer.
floating in the canal. It was the
monthly programs of the local unit West Palm, Beach post office for airmail I
work of only a few minutes to recover STORES TO BE CLOSED'MONDAY
which will deal individually with delivery to northern destina (Moore Haven Democrat)
the body and. bring her to ,
some phases of the national and tions. of the Diston Island -
Moore Haven where Dr. D. M. I The supervisors
state slogan, "Forward with the
Draughn worked with) her for almost The service was a special one, in Drainage District met Wednesday Stores and busines places will observe -

I an hour before announcing that Home. There is too little stress observance of Florida Air Mail ; night in the offices of J.. M. Monday, September 6th, Labor

of'saving laid on the necessary unity between I 'I Couse, attorney and secretary to the and will remain
; there was no hope her Day, as a holiday
I Week. Clewiston letters were stamped -
school, home and community, and
life. I board, for the purpose of makingthe closed. Western Union and post of-
all programs this year will bring to with a special cachet reading:
"I R. B. Mcllroy brought the baby to assessment for debt service and fice will observe holiday schedules,
the members the means by which "FIRST ALL FLORIDA AIR MAIL
, : Clewiston Saturday night and from maintenance of the district for the I but the bank and other stores will

, ,1 here it was taken to Pahokee by this unity may be attained. FLIGHT ,AUGUST 23-30, 1937. fiscal year beginning October 1. All remain closed for the entire day.

j M. .H. Crouch and prepared for burial Any person interested in child CEWISTON FLORIDA :Where Op the 'supervisors were present: J. E. Housewives should purchase their

j by the Everglades Funeral Home. welfare is cordially invited to attend portunity is Greater." The Great Frierson, G. H. Williams and R. Y. supplies on Saturday to carry them

1 It was shipped Sunday to Sycamore, all ,Parent-Teacher meetingsand Silver Fleet Eastern Air Lines U. Patterson of Clewiston.The over the long week-end.]

'; Ga., for burial. to participate in the drive to S. Mail-Express-Passengers.. same assessment was made I

The child was 'a neice of Mrs. I better the child by bettering the The cachet was prepared through this year as last: $34,836.97 for 'rebuilt. Operating costs are being

r"' Hansel McDuffie of Clewiston. The I home. cooperation of Eastern Air Lines, debt service and 14091.42 for reduced, the ,supervisors state, by /

,(!,, sympathy of the entire community which also made possible the extra maintenance. The district Is divided 'the new government projects which
':': k is extended to the Miss I each land- allow part of the district's
sorrowing greater
parents Sue Maxwell of Pahokee vis-. flights tp; pick up air mail In towns into three zones and a
:l and other relatives. ited friends here Sunday. owner is assessed according to the surplus water to flow off by gravity
I not on the regular air mail schedule.
i benefits derived from the district instead because cf a constant water table in

'j Emmett P. Shelley returned Sunday Mrs. D. G. Alston left Wednesdayfor Piloting the plane was Wright of a district-wide mlllage. the Caloosahatchee and consequentlycuts

j from a vacation spent at his old a week's visit with her mother, Vermllya, who is also sales-man- During the past year considerable down on the amount of pump-

borne in Cuthbert, Georgia. His mo- Mrs. J. J. Allbright in Columbus.Mrs. ager for the Palm Beach Aero Cor- necessary repair work has been doneat Ing necessary. This item will, it is

ther, Mrs. Z. H. Shelley, returned J. W. Ezelle and daughter, Em- poration, and aboard were Frank the two pumping stations and the believed, eventually lead to a sub-

with him and is visiting Mr. and ma Jane, accompanied her and will Valier of the Palm Beach Post- spillway at the Lake HIcpochee end stantial reduction In the malnten=-

,Mrs. T. ,B. r Shelley. i, visit friends In Richland, Georgia. (Continued on Page 8) of the gravity flow canal has been ance assessment .: ,'.. .

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I News Review of Current Events what

Colds Due to < (gbb --------IMPROVED-- ----


AllergyBy Most of 'Must1 Legislation Shelves Wagesand J/1'V'1thinks SUNDAY Lesson B

Hours Bill Shell Hits U. S. Flagship in ChinaA I I about:
The State of the World. Dean of the Moody Bible Institute
DR. JAMES W. BARTON of Chicago.
Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. SANTA MONICA, CALIF.- Western Newspaper Union.

Montreal a veteran

SOMETIMES you find your- showman says he talks with Lesson for September 5

and coughing, chimpanzees in their own lan-

with a "running" nose and nat- guage. I wish he'd ask one of GOD REQUIRES SOCIAL

urally you believe you have his chimpanzee pals what he JUSTICE.

cold and in for thinks about the present setupof
caught a are a LESSON TEXT-LevItIcus 19:1.18: 3237.
few >> However in civilization. GOLDEN TEXT-As ye would that men
days' misery. ,
should do to
you. do ye also to them
Because I can't find any humans likewise. Luke 6:31. .
a very short time, hours at
who agree as to where we all are PRIMARY TOPIC-At Harvest Time.
most, the sneezing, coughing, going and what the JUNIOR TOPIC-At Harvest Time.

and stuffiness of the nose dis- chances are of getting -ChampIoning INTERMEDIATE the Rights AND SENIOR of Others.TOPIC

appear, much to your surprise.The there. In fact, YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
-My Resonsiblllty for Social Justice.
truth of the matter is that in- breathing < the only two who appear '

stead of having the usual "infec- spell! Membersof Jpyhappy to be certain' Labor Day-in this year of our

tious" cold, due to 75th congress, .. ,. R '? about it are young Lord 1937-looks out upon a world
in adjourn :: Mr. Corcoran and deeply divided in
/ .w, the "cold, flu, or opinions of whatis
other organisms get- ment at last, file ? ro p< young Mr. Cohen, ., right and what is wrong in the
ting into the system out of the Capitolin v., ; and they seem to ? k r relationship between capital and la-

you really had an Washington. z .. hesitate at times- ., bor. Political and economic leadersare

"allergic" cold in b not much, but just a talking much of social justice,
teeny-weeny bit- of a planned in which all
: z; the head due to economy
some substance you which is disconcerting shall have a full share of the prod-

breathed in from the -Wdwmcd W. Plduuul to the lay mind. Irvin S. Cobb ucts of labor. Surely, we would all

air, or some substance I We are likely to lose agree that there should be only

Y you had eat THE WORLD'S WEEK confidence even in a comet, once it kindness and justice in all such

en. I Western Newspaper Union. starts wobbling on us. x dealings of man with man. But howto
-.. .1' 1>DII The usual or com. I'm also upset by a statementfrom accomplish that result in a worldof

Dr. Barton mon cold in the Hooray! School Is Out! treaties," which include a consulta- England's greatest star-gazer selfishness and sin, that indeedis
tive pact for common course of action call him the astronomer the
head is due 'to over- if there were more than a -they roy- question.
heated rooms lack of ventilation, EVEN threats of "Wait'll I get you when war anywhere threatensthe al, which, by coupling it with the Unfortunately, many of those in

not enough moisture in the room exposure after school," the nation's lawmakers American republics. royal family, naturally gives astron- the church who have greatly

to wet and cold inhalingdust were happy as schoolboys at Extended the CCC three years. omy a great social boost in England stressed social relationships have

or irritating substances, infected the end of the term, as the first ses- The President had asked that it be and admits it to the best circles.He forgotten that the true foundationfor

tonsils, and adenoid growths.All sion of the Seventy-fifth congress made permanent. says the moon is clear off its such teaching and living is the

these interfere with the mucous came to a close at last. The sena- Passed a farm tenancy bill to mathematically prescribed course. preaching of the gospel of re

membrane' of the nose so that it is tors and representatives, fairly help'share croppers buy their own demption. In reaction to their impossible -

unable to" fight off the organismsthat bogged down with months of wran- farms. This provides for the expenditure Cash Versus I. O. U.'s. position, others who have

cause the cold. With the usualor gling, much of it futile, through the of $10,000,000 the first /"} NLY a few weeks ago the front faithfully preached the necessity of

common head cold there is a intolerable Washington summer, year, $25,000,000 the second year pages were carrying dispatches regeneration have forgotten to

feeling of tiredness, chilliness, slight were glad of release, even if such and $50,000,000 in succeeding,years. saying the adjustment of stress the need of the expression of
for the session to- defaulted debt regenerated life in the social rela-
headache. The symptoms last from release carried the implication that Appropriations Great Britain's was

two or three days to several weeks. there might be a special session in taled $9,389,488,393; this was $946- just around the corner. Economistsand tionships of man. We need God-

Not Like Common Colds. October. 910,379 less than for the 1936 session, financiers had discussed termsof given balance, with a proper reflection -

However, in the "cold" due to allergy But the legislators left the Capitol which included $2,237,000,000 for the settlement. Figures were quoted of gospel truth in honest and

-sensitiveness' to various sub- in the realization that the session soldiers' bonus. mainly' figures calling for big reductions helpful living. God wants his peo-

stances-the history, the onset, the just ended will probably become _-Ie- on our part, but never mind ple to show that they belong to him

symptoms themselves are: consider- known less for what it did than what Guffey's Unholy Three that. They were figures anyhow. byI.
it did not do. Lately the papers have been Providing for the Poor and
ably different from those of the O.INGE the fight on the President'scourt
common cold. Four out of five of President plan began in the senate, it strangely silent on the subject. Per- Needy (vv. 9, 10, 14, 15).
Roosevelt's "must" haps you remember the old story When Jesus said, "Ye have the
major meas-
Dr. Norman W. Celin, Seattle, has become more and more obvious
K Wash., in Northwest Medicine, ures it did not pass; the fifth it that a serious split impends in the told on the late John Sharp Wil- poor always with you" (Matt.
liams who frequented at! 26:11), he referred to one of the
with reservations which a game
passed only
says: "Frequent colds at any sea- Democratic party ranks. It was
son or at special seasons of the put a new complexion upon it. not a secret that certain of the sena- Washington where sportive states- responsibilities which thoughtful and
men played poker for heavy stakes considerate men have always glad-
did not the
year are often manifestations or pass wages tors and representatives were
little,fic- ly borne, but which has been a con-
mostly those quaint
'and hours bill. After being passedby
symptoms of allergy. To diagnosethat marked for extinction, fish fries and
stant problem to both individualsand
the condition is allergic there the senate in unacceptable form, harmony 'dinners notwithstanding.But tional products called I. O. U.'s as
nations. We have dealt with it
must be an investigation of ((1) a with the understanding that it wouldbe few expected the bombshellthat mediums of exchange. in
broad and
family history of" allergy, (2) pre- improved in the house the bill broke when Sen.,Joseph F. Guf- Early one morning a fellow sena- our scientific on basis a but those supposedly who-
was still buried with the house rules tor met the famous Mississippian ,
vious allergic history of the patient fey of Pennsylvania in a radio
from session."I are closest to it are quick to admit
(asthma, hay fever, eczema, stom- committee when the bell rang. speech just before the end of the coming an all-night that we have even now an imperfect
ach and intestinal upsetments and Congress did not pass the new session, openly named Senators 0'- certainly mopped up, he pro- solution. In the days of Israel the
claimed. "I what'smore
(3)) a present history of allergic crop control bill which includes Sec- Mahoney of Texas, ,Burke of Ne- won' poor were fed by the purposeful
of it in cash.
$8.75 was
symptoms. All foods, plants, sub- retary Wallace's "evernormalgranary" braska and Wheeler of Montana as leaving of gleanings in the field-

stances handled in industry and project. It was agreed senators who would not return to which the needy were free to gatheras

other substances should be testedby that this legislation be brought up Washington after the next elections. Autumn Millinery. their own. Thus they had the joy

the scratch method or injectioninto during the first week of the January Burke summed up reply of the JUST as the poor, bewildered of helping themselves even as ,they
the skin. The most constant session or the special session.It three attacked when he said are becoming reconciledto
men were being helped by others, and,
symptom of nasal or nose allergy is did not pass the President's desired true the prevalent' styles in women'shats
that if statement. were in the final analysis, by God him-
a "stuffy nose which is always legislation for reorganizationof "we' might just as well forget about up bobs a style creator in New self. -
the executive It did York warning us that what we'vethus
worse in the morning; chronic department. Jefferson Island and harmony din- II. Guarding Another's Reputation
vote the White House six far endured is merely a' fore-
cough occurring especially duringthe new sec- for real bat-
and .
ners get ready a (vv. 16-18)
of what's coming. In other
early morning hours is likewisea retaries, though.It the senate floor taste
tle. Wheeler Gossip is a destructive means ,of
ain't nothin'
symptom." I believe that these did not pass the proposal to "Democratic bosses words, we seen !
said that if the breaking down the good standingof
simple methods of learning the dif- increase the membership of the Supreme want to drive us out of the For number autumn with, he slanted predicts a another. It is a sin all too com-
quaint a peak
ference between the usual head cold court by six justices, who Democratic party'they will not have I' inches mon in our day, even within the
: fifteen high, which, I takeit
would selected
be with
due to infections, and colds due to view to apparently insuring the constitution-a any difficulty in doing so. I say to will make the wearer look likea circle of God's own people. Tale-

allergy (sensitiveness to substances) you (Guffey) that if you nominate refugee trying to escape from under bearing and evil-speaking are a
ality of New Deal
will enable us to treat either type measures. By a your governor- of Pennsylvania or blight on our social and religiouslife.
a collapsing pagoda.
vote of 70 20
to sub-
intelligently. permitted a yourself for President of the United Another is a turban entirely com- We should put them away.
stitute which would
measure, States, you will not have to driveus posed of rooster feathers.A Akin to this common and awful
added the justices one at a time,
sin is the of and
Use of Dinitrophenol.There to die a natural death in committee.In out. matching coat of rooster feathers bearing grudges
are cases where the body addition to failing to enact this _*- goes with this design. But in the seeking for revenge, neither of .

processes are working at the,normal legislation demanded by the chief Admiral Yarnell Protests the old days they used hot tar. which serves any good purpose.III. .

rate, the individual does not eat executive congress defeated the SAM was brought nearer A third model features for its top- Honoring the Aged (v. 32).

much food and yet the body weightis Norris bill to create seven "little UNCLE ever to the unofficial war hamper .a series of kalsomine Old age pensions undoubtedlyhave
their in
much above normal. It is in brushes sticking straight up. Nat- place our complicatedsocial
TVA's, and the crop insurancebill in North China when a shell exploded -
life but it is evident that
w these that the hat itself will imitate ,
cases the new drug dini- urally, a
proposing a revolving fund of on the deck of the Augusta they would be entirely unnecess'arymen
- trophenol has been used with much barrel of whitewash.But .
$100,000,000. The senate failed to flagship of the United States' Asi-
, the of all is dainty if and women had in the fear
success. ratify the sanitary convention with atic fleet killing Freddie John Fal- gem a of God' honored "the hoary head"
structure of Scotch plaid.
From San Francisco, where a globular
Argentina, modifying the restric- gout, a seaman, and wounding 18 be- and "the face of the old man," even
Can imagine anything more 11'as
amount of research work has you
tions on imports of meat and live others of the crew. The ship was God command to Israel.
been done coming to lady wife than an gave
', on dinitrophenol, come your
stock. lying at anchor in the Whangpoo riv- effect suggesting that she's balanc IV., Loving the Stranger (vv. 33,
'., some interesting findings. In using However, congress did: er in the heart of the International 34).
,t thyroid extract to make the ing a hot-water bag on her brow?
. body Pass the Wagner low-cost housing Settlement of Shanghai. It was impossible The man who knows what it is

processes work faster and so burn bill, but with restrictions on the unit to determine whether the "McGuffeyisms." to have, been a stranger, and to

up fat, care must be taken where cost which will, it is charged, make shell had been fired by the Chineseor lieutenant-governor of Ohio meet with love and protecting care,
there is heart ailment the
any as the THE
virtually unavailablefor
Japanese. should never forget to go and do
return to
" thyroid extract throws 'extra workon urges a -
New York and other large cities Admiral Harry E. Yarnell, com- for settling modern problems. likewise. Living, as many of us
the heart.However .
which constitute the principal slum mander of the fleet, warned the gov- 'Twas in a McGuffey reader thatI do, in great cities makes this some-

when Dr. M. L. Tainter problems. The $526,000,000 measure ernments of both nations against met those prize half-wits of lit- what of a problem, and yet one
; used dinitrophenol in three cases was on the President's "must" list.
' shellfire over American and foreign who let sometimes wonders whether the
erature-the Spartan boy
; of overweight suffering with angina Pass a sugar quota which may be warships. The President and the the fox his vitals the chuckle- bustling city is not often kinder to
pectoris without any heart symp- vetoed by the President. He threat- gnaw ; the little
State department were inclined to headed youth who stood the burn- the stranger than com-
toms occurring, Dr. Harold Rosen- ened to veto'such a bill if it limited leave diplomatic overtures to the deck the congenial on idiot who munity, which makes him feel

blum, San Francisco, determined to the output of Puerto Rico and Ha- military, naval and diplomatic offi- ing climbed an; alp in midwinter while like an "outsider."
find whether the dinitrophenol in- waii to 126,000 and 29,000 short tons in Business
cers in China. The President de- wearing nothing but a night shirt V. Being Honest (vv.
creased the rate of the heart beat, annually and it does just that. 11-13 35
clared that under the circumstances and carrying a banner labeled "Ex 36))
whether it increased the amount of Extend the neutrality law to pro- accidents such as the one which celsior" in order to freeze to death; No stealing,no false swearing, no

blood the heart pumped and whether hibit the shipment of ,arms, am- beset the Augusta were bound to the skipper who, when the ship was defrauding, withholding of wages,

'.. it increased! the blood pressure. munition and implements of war to occur. sinking, undertook to calm the pas- for all these things dishonor or "pro-

Accordingly the rate at which the belligerents or extension of credit to _*- sengers by-but wait, read the immortal fane the name rif thy God."
blood was flowing was observed be- them. lines: A good motto :to hang up behind

fore, during, and after the use of Pass the Guffey act, creating a Premier Sees Long War "We are lost!" the captain shouted, the counter or over the desk in a

dinitrophenol in patients who were commission to fix prices and control pREMIER FUMIMARO KONOE As he staggered down the stair. business house is''found in the wordsof

being treated for overweight.The the marketing of bituminous coal. in Tokyo that there And then the champion of all-the verses 35 and 36.( False bottoms,

results showed that althoughthe Appropriate $1,500,000,000 for would be no settlement of the undeclared Dutch lad who discovered a leakin trick scales, short measure-oh,

rate at which the body processes work relief in the current fiscal war until Japan had "pun the dyke so he stuck his wrist in yes, they are against the <7ity.ordi-

were working was greatly increased year. ished" the Chinese army. He ad- the crevice and all night stayed nance, and you will be fined, if you

nevertheless the heart did Pass a bill to outlaw personal mitted that he believed the fighting there. In the morning, when an are caught. But remember, theyare

not beat faster and the amount of holding companies and other alleged would be of long duration.The early riser came along and asked also an abomination. in the sightof

blood pumped by the heart was not means of tax evasion Japanese foreign office was what was the general idea, the the Lord. '

increased. The blood pressure also Passed a reform bill foe the lower said to have rejected a British xlan heroic urchin said-but let me quote The closing verse of'our lesson

was not increased by the dinitro- courts, designed to spend appeals to to; establish a neutral zone in Shang- the 'exact language of the book: reiterates that important truth. In

phenol. the Supreme court and permit the hai. A spokesman said the Chinese 4I am hindering the sea from carrying out the tenets of social

The reason that dinitrophenolshould Department' of Justice to intervenein soldiers must withdraw far enough running in,' was the simple reply of justice we are not ;>imply being
only be used under a physi- cases involving the constitution- beyond the limits of the demilitarized the child." humane and kind. Wii are observing -

cian's supervision is that so many ality of a statute. zone of 1932 to make an attack Simple? I'll tell the world! the statutes and 6rdinances of 10 S\

are "sensitive" to this drug. Ratified the Buenos Aires "peace I impossible. IRVIN S. COBB. the Eternal One, him who says, "I \ \\\ \
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4 Here's How to Find Professor Urges Return of: Books Are the Best

Keeping Up Out if Dentifrice Books are the best of things,

I Chores for well used; abused, among the

Hurts Your Teeth Young PeoplePresentday worst. What is the right, use? '
Whatt is the one end, which all
efNi means go to effect? They are for
parents have been .social
Uncle Sam Tests 25 psychology at the Univer- nothing but to inspire. I had better
unable to find any adequate sub. sity of Wisconsin.
never see a book than to be
Sci Brands in Placing Order stitute for the now nonexistant"chores" "The disappearance of what warped by its attraction clean out
J. n erwe done by young peoplea were known 40
years ago as of my own orbit, and made a sat-
generation ago as a means of 'chores' for the young lad illustrate -
ellite instead of
a system.-Ralph
Atlantic City.-With a nickel developing individual responsibility. what I "
mean, he said.
'.. I Science Service WNU Service. Waldo Emerson. ,
and a piece of glass you can Club work, summer camps "Even in village and smalltownlife .

. :" How Long Will Our make a simple test that will tell and boy and girl scouts have triedto of 1900, in most families the

whether favorite tooth- offset the lack, but have failed boy had a cow to care for, chickens responsibilities for such tasks."
Fuel Last? you your entirely to take the place 'of those to feed or a garden' to weed. Dr. Young declared that parentsare
" Supply paste will scratch the enamelof menial tasks for teaching the The girls learned to cook, mend, doing their children an in-

your teeth. adolescent to manage affairs on sew and care for the household justice by bringing them up with

Here's the Answer The test is one that the United his own. "In contrast, large percentagesof out the fundamental training

1 States: government requires for all This view of the maturing pro- our young people grow up to- necessary, for the freedom which
cess of children was expressed by day without such obligations, society believes essential to
There's of Coal. toothpaste purchased and it was described maturity -
:, at'the meeting of the Amer- Dr. Kimball Young, professor of without even 'a chance to assume .

: but Oil's Running Short ican Dental association here by Drs.

'l ,:; Wilmer Souder. physicist and Irl ty'firy-VtW"Wrv-, ,.?& trvvt frf.frff-

New York.-Unless new methods C. Schoonover chemist, of the national -
bureau of standards.
: of obtaining and processing
:'. Uncle Sam buys large quantitiesof
," :') petroleum are developed, America toothpaste When an order for

1 may begin feel the some 14,000 dozen tubes was contemplated

,.it' cramping hand of an oncoming 'a committee was appointed -

'.1Ot r t oil shortage in from 10 to 20 to write specifications for a

:-; \ ; years This is the'verdict of Dr. teeth.A safe .and effective cleanser for the I

.; Arno C. Fieldner, chief', of the
toothpaste must not be excessively -
technologic division of the Unit- either alkaline or acid it was I

ed States Bureau of Mines. I decided. It must not be caustic. It II

,_ .. Dr. Fieldner outlined the present must not contain arsenic or other I II
"' poisons. It must have a preserva-
: resources of the nation's fuels.
tive that will insure that it keeps in
Of coal America has plenty, said I
good condition until used.
Dr Fi ,Mer.: Enough to last hun-
f.. Twenty-five popular brands of tt ,
: "dreds and perhaps a thousand or 1
more years. But natural gas and toothpaste were tested against the '. IN LIBERIA FOR TRANSPORTATION ""s'''"'{ "'r' }' '

_, V : oil obtained by present methods specifications as adopted for'use in TO OCEAN FREIGHTERS : i fY f

may be exhausted in less than a government purchasing. More,than I From the Firestone plantations }', ri R' <,, 4 ;f,
half failed to meet the require- .
century he warned. : Liberia comes an everincreasingsupply r r
of the world's finest rubber. > '
ments, Drs. Souder and Schoonoversaid.
- Trend Favors Coal. Money saved here and in manufacturing -\
.' and distribution enable Firestone
Here is the significant forecast of to sell a safer, first-quality tire at :
Ten toothpastes among those test- lower
Dr. Fieldner on America's fuels:
ed failed on the test for scratching.This /
Coal will continue to be the chief
test, at the
.. as developed national -
; fuel for the of public-
: bureau of standards, can be
;,' utility and major industrial power. used by anyone who wants 'to be

.' '., While improved burning of coal sure his dentifrice is not scratching -, I
might tend to decrease consumptionand the enamel of his teeth. A pieceof
the further development of water and metal.of
glass a piece of alloy
:' V power may be expected to increase the size and hardness of a five-
..: Dr. Fieldner sees an in-
cent piece are all that are neededfor

>. creasing demand for total ,energy the experiment. First test the
needed by the country so that coal's for hardness the / 0
glass by rubbing /
., relative position should be favor- w,
' edge of the metal piece over it to //f
able Moreover after 10 or 15 years be sure that the metal alone does
diffi- A
oil resourceswill become more not scratch the glass. Human

cult to exploit so that the trend enamel and glass both vary in hard-

will be the increased consumption ness. The grade of soda-lime glass

; V of coal. used in a non-corrosive microscopeslide PRICES

"Tomorrow's power and central was found to be harder than
s.- heating plants will burn any kind any of the enamel tested. AS LOW AsTor

of coal completely and efficiently," '
Place some of the toothpaste to
Dr Fieldner. "There will be
:, said be tested on the glass and rub again
no smoke, no dust. and no sulphurous
with the coin. If scratches result,
gases emitted to the atmosphere."
then you may expect scratches on
Heating Costs Remain Steady.
'-_ your teeth.
,:'" No substitute for metallurgicalcoke
has appeared, continued Dr.
Fieldner. The coke-oven industry Ventilating Experts

;". should expand Regulations prohib-
{ ':.. ...- iting the waste of natural gas and Seek Way to Ban
the urge for additional markets will
;_ lead to the construction of more ( s one
Odors From Rooms
V.. T long-distance pipe lines ,which al- I STANDARD
ready go from Texas to Chicago and THE Firestone Standard Tire, you get extra"value FOR PASSENGER CARS

:' to Detroit. Gas will find industrial Swampscott, Mass. Engi- in the form: of extra safety. Firestone can bui d. a first-
; and domestic and will 4.50-20 $8.70 5.50-18 12.95
' : use displace
neers may discuss ventilating quality tire made of top grade materials and sell it for less
,;:, oil as well as coal for fuel in some 4.50-21 9.O5 5.50-19 13.1O
and air and Firestone controls rubber and
conditioning use money, because. cotton
As natural
::' places. gas approaches 4.75-19 9.SS HEAVY DUTY
'. ',', exhaustion gas from coal will take their layman-baffling "cfm's"to supplies at their sources, manufactures with greater

C" "V its place. describe the flow ,of air, but efficiency and distributes at lower cost. 5.25.1811.40 4.7519 11.75
V 5.50-17 %%.50 5.25-18 1425
V:: Dr Fieldner sees a further use what most people want to know YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION AGAINST BLOWOUTS-eight extra
.,: ',' of automatic coal and heating OTHER SIZES PROPORTIONATELY LOW
.. gas is what to do about odors when pounds of rubber are added to every 100 pounds of cord by
of homes and believes improved in-
,. sulation will permit heating at about they think of ventilating. the Firestone patented Gum-Dipping process. 1'j ft $t 0 n e

the present costs, despite the inevitable In the meeting of the American YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION AGAINST PUNCTURES because )

"'. advances in the price of Society of Heating and Ventilating under the tread are two extra layers of Gum-Dipped. cords. SENTINEL
",," ., the fuel. Engineers here, two scientists from 4.40-21, $565 4.75-19 $&.7O
While oil-fuel Diesel engines on Harvard's school of public health YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION AGAINST SKIDDING -because the 4.50-20 6.05 5.00.19 '.10

railroads may be expected to increase disclosed their studies .about odor tread is scientifically designed. 4.50-21 6.35 5.25-18 8.00
o' Dr. Fieldner foresees coal removal from and audi-
retaining its predominance the
tyJ as toriums.
tough long-wearing tread. .
T ,\ ts.,( fuel for freight traffic throughout Prof. C. P. Yaglou, and W. N. 4-
(Y: the age of oil and natural gas. Witheridge showed that there is a Join the Firestone SAVE A LIFE Campaign today by \?- C f $ 4) n e

; Three-fourths of the world's ship- characteristic human smell whichcan letting the Firestone Dealer or Firestone Auto Supply &. COURIER

,;-1 ing is now powered by oil fuel. Oil, be detected in a room after' Service Store equip your car with a set of new Firestone 4.40.21 $5.43114.75-19 $6.37
,S in fact, has energized marine trans- the occupants have left it. This '
:' port. human odor is apparently highly Standard Tires-today's top tire value. 4.50-21 6.03| 30x3C1.4.87
1 },. complex, unstable and
l ;;' Maybe: There's Something breaks down, but there is a certain rapidly DON'T RISK YOUR LIFE ON SMOOTH WORN TIRES!

; minimum amount of the odor left FIRESTONE AUTO RADIO
ti: :-:.' to Scotch Way After All in a room which will last for days DO YOU KNOW 6 All-Metal Tubes-8"Dynamic Speaker.

until it is thoroughly ventilated. The THAT last year highway accidents' cost the lives of more Save up to$20.00.

"Minneapolis, Minn. Maybe findings show that where numbersof than 38,000 men, women and children-and a million $3 995

there's something in the thrifty people gather large rooms shouldbe more were injured?
used, for great size acts as a Includes universal.
'I habits of the old Scotchman sort of reservoir of odor which al- THAT more than 40,000 of these deaths and injuries were control head

after all, at least in the case of lows the initial decrease in intensityof caused directly by punctures, blowouts and skidding due CnUm BolltDajh Honitlijj AHOME

soap. A little soap and lots of odor to occur' harmlessly. to smooth, worn, unsafe tires? BATTERIES FANS

1 water makes a weak solution,

is better than a strong soap so High Heels for Glamor? At righlsseclWnclll '
a new Firestone +r .At left it a upon '
lution for washing away dirt. Tire thick t a smooth, e-
Cleo, Helen Wore Sandals -;ljllet'::, : c:1ie, uitb nonsltui .
,I In the 'American Chemical sodety's against skidding, protection worn
Fourteenth blowouts ana off. Tires in jbiscondition 8"-.4.11", Fupunctures.
Annual Colloid Kansas Come fa are liable ASK ABOOT OUR
City, Mo.Outstanding 29
held and demon blowouts CHANGEOVERCNANGEDECVER $1
Symposium at the ,University fee a to punctures _
of Minnesota here scientists were glamor ladies of history, stration. and utiddrng. PRICE

... at last able to explain why. Cleopatra and Helen of Troy,

;s', "' ,' Studies of Prof. Ernst A. Hauser, wore sandals, not high heels.
" ': : :, /:, :\ H. E. Edgerton and W. B. Tucker of This thought on shoe psychologywas I

. \ Massachusetts Institute of Technology presented here to the American 4 V
: with a high speed camera Home Economics association by %
showed that the basis of the better Miss Ruth Kerr of the Calf-Tanners'
} cleaning was the formation of drops association. .

1 of a liquid and the accompanying Declaring that it is a task for the

phenomenon of surface tension. In- engineer and the physicist, to adaptthe
genious silhouette pictures of falling facts known about foot balanceto

drops were shown by the MIT scientists shoe design, Miss Kerr said: "
which reveal knowledge having "No positive findings have yet ,
applications in dyeing, tanning and been made to establish exactly what :

other practical matters beside the happens to the static, shoe when.it _
\ washing behavior of soap in solu- is united with the dynamic foot in -
*ion. action." Listen to the Voice of Firestone; Monday evenings over Nationwide N. B. C. Red Network

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-The Clewiston News periodically. They should bring anied his Governor to officially wel- ators, so for the information of the General Frank T. Hines, administrator --
cheer this time, for we used green come Florida's Agricultural Commis- public the Senate committee 'assignments of veterans' affairs, under date

ink,.and after we were though won- sioner, Nathan !Mayo From Pitts- are listed as follows: of August 21 issued the first regula- _,

P1. ''lI't1I.P1J( euTy, Friday in Clewiston, dered if anyone would notice the burg came Mayor Cornelius D. Scul- : Senator Andrews: Immigration, tion under the new law increasing

Fl" 'Ul.i. by the CLEWISTON NEWS, elegant color scheme. (Clewiston ly, while Mayor Harold H, Burtonof I Interstate Commerce, Naval Affairs, death benefits to widows and dependent -

IlK. News statements are orange.) And Cleveland acted as local host. I Public Buildings and Grounds, Pub- parents of deceased World

by the time the purple postage The Governor's dinner at Herman lic Lands and Survers.Senato'r War veterans. Under these regula-

stamps were affixed we really had PIrchner's Alpine Village was a bril- Pepper: Commerce, Edu- tions, a dependent parent now re-

Keathley Bowden, Editor something there. Gay, to say the liant affair attended by a raft of cation and Labor, Interoceanic Can- ceiving $15 per month will receive

least. We hope it'll make the busi- dignitaries and officials. Introducedto als, Foreign Relations, Printing.In $25; one receiving $20 will receive

subscription a Edward Ball, next week's column I will give widow 50 receiving(
Entered as second class mall mat- ness of paying your the gathering by $45; a past now

tfr February 1, 1927, at the Post little more cheerful. president of Florida National Exhibits the assignments of the members of $35 will receive $37.50, which will

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under T I and a member of the Govern- the House. be increased to $45 when she reaches -
Fred rose to the occas- 65 of widows past 65
party. years age;
the Act of March 3, Congress adjourned. We note that
Congresssman Peterson, Senators ion like a veteran. His talk, unpre- SHARK OIL AND TUNG OIL-In I now receiving $4 0 will receive $45.A .
pared, was splendid and well re- dependent parent now receiving
Pepper and Andrews, and others view of the abundance of fish life on
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year ceived. $15 compensation and less than $10
who return to the state are truly delighted I our coast and the gradual develop-
Advertising rates on to be back in Florida. That Following the luncheon the. party ment of the tung oil industry, Flor- insurance will be Increased to the

goes with everyone who ever gets returned to the Florida Exhibit I ida readers will doubtless' be inter- difference between $25 and the rate

Devoted to the advancement and] sand in their shoes. A stay away I where a special concert and dedica- ested to know that the producers of of insurance. For instance where a

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry from the state is usually an enforced tion program had been arranged tung oil in the Yangtze River Valley parent is now receiving $5.75 on insurance -

County.It one, and they always return witha with provision for an NBC hook-up. endeavor to clear as much oil as and $15 on compensation,

sigh of relief to be back again. I Here again Fred came thru splendidly possible, through Hankow with the the latter will be increased to $19.25to

and made an excellent impres- result that 23,656 tons came to the, make a total of $25. A dependent

isn't such a hot advertisementfor have I I sion on the crowd gathered about American market in June and July. parent now receiving $15 compen-

a SebrIng grocery, but a lady I Authorities questioned the the speaker's platform, as well 'as I Japan has invented a process by sation and $10 insurance will not be

who bought 6 eggs one evening newspaper concerning the persons the radio officials handling the which shark oil is used as a lubricant increased. This same policy will apply -
to in the editorial of boys
awakened to find 5 chicks and one referred broadcast. I for air plane motors and other mo- where a dependent parent is receiving -

egg.-*-The news account states the with guns which appeared a coupleof This ceremony over, the group tors with temperatures as low as 45 $20 and less than $-25 insurance -
did not divulgethe
other egg was bad. Or should it have weeks ago. We was rushed the length of the I degrees below zero. High grade and the compensation will

said good? Anyway, it was still an names of the boys, explainingthat grounds to participate in a special I shark oil l is also used in the hardening be increased so the total of the insurance >.,.
our onlY interest was in correcting -I
egg. that should not program arranged in honor of Mrs. i of steel and the tanning of leather and compensation will amr.
a {situation ount
assured officials that Cone at the Florida Seminole Tea and low grade oil, after being to $45. Where the parent is
I exist. We the
Hillsborough county is against accurately -I I Hut, in the Horticultural Gardens. hydrated, is used in the manufac- now receiving $20 compensation and
the instance was reported .
$25 insurance there will be
or more ,
ture of hardened oils.
buying voting machines and will that With no time to rest, the next
and that our only hope was
no increase. The] effective date of
the home product, event a cocktail party at the ;
continue to use had their attention I was
the boys parents these incrraEes'will, be August 16,
says the St. Petersburg Independent. called to the circumstance. The I swanky Recess Club, followed by a PAN AMERICAN EXPOSITION 1937.

Tampa has always been the voting- newspaper has no desire to get any- supper at Billy Rose's Aquacadethe I BILL-The Pan American Exposition -,

est city, and is afraid voting ma- one in trouble of any sort, we would ; marvelous stage and water show bill is now a law, the President

chines wouldn't keep up its reputa- take a long road around to avoid that is the highlight in entertainment -I having signed it. Conferences with FLORIDA PROJECTS APPROV-
tion. doing that. We believe the editorial at this year's Exposition, the Department of Commerce which projects approvedfor
last week were road projects,
suggestion was sufficient to remedy I Reasoning that His Excellency have charge of ,the American par-
I county reindexing project, archeolo-
One more' week till vacation days the gun situation. That was its only I would be ready for bed after sucha ticipation indicate the enthusiastic gical
project, drainage and
will be a thing of the past for an- purpose. strenuous program, Expositionand I cooperation of the Department. This school
projects, new route etc.
star ,
other year. Children on their way T I Florida Exhibit officials made I i bill had a hectic road being objectedto

to school with "reluctant feet" may Don't forget to vote. Hendry county no further plans for 'the day, and on the consent calendar, and was -------

make a poetic topic, but that is far polls will be open at a special cars awaited to take the party to passed in the final hours of the first

from expressing 'their attitude of election the day after Labor Day. the hotel at the close of the Aqua-, session. Started Use of Cloth
According to Chinese
mind. Children welcome the begin- interested cade performance.But tradition,
The \punty board is very much I
use of cloth was ,evolved from the
ning of school. in having your opinion on Governor Davey suggestedthat INCREASED COMPENSATIONTO practice of women carrying their

I the question of whether North La-I a stop be made at the Show VETERANS' DEPENDENTS- children in fiber nets.

Belle should be made a part of Boat where Faith Bacon entertains
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:i.iiZa "o2I? 'fol.ro;, opinion now is the time and this i I in a dance that if it weren't so

RAMBLINGS. is your chance to properly express j jHMBBBMttMHBHBHBHBHHBMBHnEia pleasantly artistic might be termed Franklin Hardware Co.

it. naughty. Not to be outdone by any Mail Distributors Fort l\IreI'S, FJa.

::..NNNN 11:NN NN N NN N:N:NM:N:N:...N:.:o.X"lo I Yankee. playboy, Fred takes a hitchin
I Gentlemen: Please send me, without obli-
his trousers, pushes his topper on Till
And now the Post Mortems over l > gation, complete information about Servel
the baek of his head, and says "Sure
the\\ big fight are over. The ones who l Electrolux, the Kerosene Refrigerator.
lost their are those who were Thing' Coupon
Too Late To Classify
I From there the gang tripped gailyon .
too definite in their opinions. "Betting to the Pioneer Palace, where Name ._......_......_..__....: .u............................_

on how many rounds Tommy By tRyssell!! Kay I the music is' hot and the chorinesare I .
Farr would be able to stay in the
I hotter. In every case the Gover- I' I Street or R. F. D. ..........................___.........
ring. It looked like he would be ableto
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stay in there and take it Indef=; I
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initely. Certainly he is deserving of folks I
the official tune thoughout the
all the glory that can come to a loser who may have been worryin' I .. t./i".,.';:;:::I1' =-*.: : .lZ-o!"" 'n::' ;;r"'"" : 'J''i'i' =":r.'-:.'-'-" "U'
day at the Great Lakes Exposition
He knows how to 'take it,. and how Governor Fred might behave \
was "Way Down Upon the Suwannee i.
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draw a crowd, and the betting won't While he may not be as smooth :
Lakes area and they'll tell you that I ; !
be as one-sided as it was this time. and polished an article as !Mr. Sholtz '
Governor Fred P. Cone of Floridais ." I'.'.
All in all, it was the most exciting and is a long way from bein' a Clark 1
a great guy and a regular fellow. : '11 I
fight we've listened to in a long able or Robert Taylor as far ,as l'ii

time. We kept waiting second by hysical appearance is concerned, he f

second to see what was going to hap- nevertheless possesses a rugged, eccentric ii J! : CLEWISTON 60LF i 121I
until at the
pen close of the fifteenth forceful personality that

round we were more breathless than nets him apart from the crowd and ..WASHINGTONNEiWS YI I J ..
the two fighters seemed to be. Joe what he may lack in facial beauty .; '" .'.

Louis is getting practically no attention 'ie more than makes up for in facial .I I ; ;r'Wh" :: 'i.l, C OURS tM .:.
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are few who disagree character. (
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champion definitely outclassed to lose his or crown knocked must out.be the morning the Governor and his !_1.1S r, I '"' '' ....4-::rn: .'.'.."':>.::0M :!: -h'J: : : ': f-::.:: :;:

arty faced a day of activity that 1"- (-'i.Jl1<> "' ,' ':. "': ," .:.
Joe Louis was neither; its was the would make .:'i''i'JD'f. .:. ':' -- ..
even a man \
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met his match that weary. / t1; :., :.
was such a sur- 't.
town streets in the wake of scream- II ::
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,he Exposition gates was the signal FROM CONGRESSMANJ. I

centers Locally on, the our tennis sports interest courts. still The tor a 19-gun, salute as Company C, HARDIN PETERSONHOME i ii 1 I

only southpaw player: Coburn luard he 11th, awaited Infantry His Excellency's Ohio National in- Open to the .Public !

Moore\ will leave soon for Gainesville to'serve
pection and prepared as
to enroll in the University.The AGAIN-I arrived home '.+ I 45
lis honor guard on an observationour .J
highlight of the past week I Friday night after leaving Washington :i: it::
of the Exposition grounds. -
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probably was young Bill Perry teach- a 4 p. m. Wednesday afternoon. I I
ing father Bill Perry to play. Young Garbed in top hat, cutaway coat I stayed over a few days to prod up :!: ::

Bill who nd striped trousers, Governor Fred I Florida projects and to office
is probably eleven, is no move my 1

mean player, and father Bill had aade a mighty good appearance and I from room 1616 to room 1504, .:: '.. ', ,,:. ., ,. ,;, ." I I :::

never played at all, and isn't exactly ith the Commandant at his side a larger office formerly occupied by :: '.i .', ":'''-\\ilY:.:;; ::
:narched down the line of .
.- built for tennis, if you get whatI troops, re- Representative Peyser of New York. I
,!., mean. However, if concentrated urning snappy salutes from whitejloved My Lakeland office is now open.I { "," I :
:: Moderate Green Fees :; :_::
officers in true
; military ;
. coaching will help any, he's apt to plan to go into every county in

' learn, for young Bill is able and willing ashion. the District as rapidly as possible, :!: :!:
Exceptional Fairways
'(.. to give him that. Certainly no governor could have I and I am surely glad to get back I

eceived more attention, or had home to the best looking country I :: interesting Greens I :;:

e. Clewiston always rallies to the greater courtesy extended, than did have seen. y

; cause, but everyone was surprised governor Cone. From the state caal ?- I

f:' at the splendid showing made on ? at Columbus came Govern" FLORIDA COMMITTEE ASSIGN-j .I

; the First Air Mail Flight from Martin L. Davey of Ohio, to Lid hits: MENTS-We have inquiries from ( ,i( -

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1'last:>" Week observance. The message that iculture Earle Hanefield, arccra"1: I Florida Representatives and Sen.
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a plane would come here at 2:30

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:::'. work up any enthusiasm, but every- O. E. MINER INC. ,

one did their best, and even in the ..
;;l/ limited timer 308 letters were placed :::.:: ., Life ...;'.. .
in the air mail pouch with the .t' e
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'I. each envelope. There were more Fire'INSUR..ANCE j:
_(, : than 25 cars at the airport, by ac- GENER.AL '

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!J'. ..............................................................................-.-..)- Mr. and Mrs. Ivey M. Pafford and Mary Nell Christian, Emma Ezelle, Danes Aid Farmers Subscribe. to the News

daughter, Mary Kay, returned Sat- Neily Geiger, Clarice and Elsie Lam- Legislation designed to preservethe

L Personal Mention :|: urday from a visit with relatives in ; mons, Mae Lily Stone, Florence number of independent farms .
.ff!! .. Brunswick, Georgia. Anne Faff' ore Slonaker, Mary Bell Warren, Gladys was started in Denmark in 1769. ::

,J' -- ::.:N:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:. remained for a longer visit with her I' and Ethel Willis, Carl Anderson, L. B. MershonAGENT

Mrs. Carl Stello of Okeechobee grandparents and will return for Cortland Aherent, J. T. Almon, Jer- Courtesy and Good Will .

was a Clewiston visitor Monday. the opening of school. ry Cato, Mack Fullwood, Manning Courtesy is the child of good will, New York Life ,.; ;

1 Keen, Joseph Lee, Bo Lolly, Alonzo and when you have in your heart

Tievlyn: Moltz of Miami is visit I Mr. and Mrs. W.D Cate have returned Padgett, John Henry Tuck, Boe War- good will to the world, the world Insurance Company ,

:a- ing his father, Fred Moltz, this to Clewiston for the winter ren and Junior Waldron. will have its good will for you. ARCADIA, FLORIDA ?

week season. Their daughter, Miss Helen,,

.j is with them and will remain for I
Storm Devices Tried
.. Mr. and Mrs. R. C.; Wilson and ten days before returning to Tallahassee I Most Fertile Region NORGE REFRIGERATORS '

'R. H. Wilson were Saturday visitorsin where she is a student at During Recent Blow : Salinitas, center of the nitrate- Furniture and Home Furnishing .

Fort Myers. Florida State College. 'I producing region of Chile, lacks
vegetation, although it is the most PHILCO RADIOS

\ Mr. and Mrs. P. S.: Fagen and son Miss Dorothy Lockhart has returned r- fertile region in the world. It is \ .

of Fort Myers are visiting Mr. and to her home here after attending Gainesville, Aug. 31.-Prof. Jo- I one of the few spots where this Household FurnishingsInc.

Mrs. A. L. Hackett. summer school at tlie University of seph WeB, director of the University wonderful fertilizer, nitrate, is of

Florida. Miss Kathleen Lewis, of of Florida's hurricane research lab- no use. The sun pours down with .

Tampa, who also attended the sum- I oratory, said today the small tropi- such intensity that nothing will

Miss Ruth Mixon has returned mer school, returned Clewiston cal storm which crossed upper Flor- :row. BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA: '
from a two weeks' vacation in West Ito ida radio experiment
with her and is visiting her sister, I yesterday gave
Palm Beach and Miami. stations an opportunity to check
their efforts to "tune" storm static. --
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias spent of He explained the stations engaged Notice Is hereby given that a teachers' -
J. L. Scott Dania business -
was a examination for state certificates
Punta Gorda Mr.Sias' .
Sunday in visiting I
visitor in Clewiston Monday.Mr. in the research work so far are not will be held in my office on September )
f sister, Mrs. McSwain Whiddon. I trying to chart tropical storms but iG, 17 and 18th. An examination on the I IY
Scott is Indian Agent for the United States constitution will be giv-
t district of Florida and his visit here : are seeking data whcih researchmen en on September 18th. Applications
I ; Miss Beth Nail returned Wednesday believe will open the way for should be filed not later than Sep-
J and in Moore Haven was in connec- tember 9th.
from a week's visit in Moore later storm charting by means of locating -
tion with the establishment of a S. A. GRAVES,
1 Haven. static generated by the dis County Supt. of Public
: reservation in Glades county which I Instruction. ( n a
t +,ish
1 'WI, is underway. turbances. Sept. 310.RAIFORD'S.
Walter L. Bellamey of Moore Weil said the university's stationis

Haven was a business visitor Wednesday .
cooperating 'with others in Can-
] in Clewiston. II ada and Puerto Rico. The Works f _

Progress administration, which finances EDY has relieved Muscular,

Jimmy Holland has returned to B. J. Schroeder entertained : the work at the university Rheumatic and other bodily pains 1. !

his home in Clewiston after visit- a group of youngsters at her home here is constructing additional sta- for 15 years; also used for Athlete's

ing Edward Bronson in LaBelle. Wednesday afternoon from 3:30 to I tions at Miami and Pensacola Foot and other Foot Troubles. Easyto I II

5 in honor of the fourth birthday of make. Ingredients bought at any I
LeRoy Hare left Wednesday for a I
her son, Joe. LaBELLE NEWS. drug store. Don't suffer. Send only IT'S EASY.WTH
visit with his father, R. M. Hare,
After games on' the lawn, the $1 for formula. Satisfaction guar-
in Ocala.
children were served individual anteed. E. E. RaSford, B. 91, Okee-. $4r \

cakes with ice cream, and were giv- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dougherty and chobee, Fla. 4tD-N:
Victor Blate'of Winter Haven wasa
en gay colored balloons. children, :Margery and Joe, Jr., madea PAYMENT PLAN I
business visitor in Clewiston
Attending were Harriet and Carol trip Sunday to Fort Myers Beach
Thursday. I
Alston, Skippy Cothern and Linda James Johnson, Sherman Luckey REPRESENTATIVE Al\"TED--to

J'Irs. Gordon Mobley and little son Lee. Ronald Hare, Charles and Rachel -i and Harry' Anderson made a trip look after our magazine subscription Give your children every

Miner, Charles and Shirley Ben- Sunday to Everglades. interests in Clewiston and vi- opportunity they deserve in
will leave tomorrow for a visit with
bow William Mr. and Mrs. Homer Taylor of cinity. Our plan enables to your own home. A playroom,
relatives in Jacksonville.C. Jr., and Marjolaine you secure -
)1 den workshop complete J
McCracken, Patsy Meredith, Grace Felda and S. A. Graves were busi- a good part of the hundreds of ,
freedom. All these plus
V. Parkinson returned Thurs- "Ward, Kay Bowden, Jean Yenawine, ness visitors Saturday in Fort My- dollars spent in this '''vicinity each security are theirs and yoursin

Vollney Robbins, June Colyer, Bob- fall and winter for magazines. Old-
day from a 'vacation trip of three ers.Mr. your own home. You can
weeks through the northern states. bie Smith, Richard Knight and and Mrs. Herbert Luckey recently est agency in U. S. Guaranteed low- purchase a home now and

Brother Vaughn. of Moore Haven have mov- est rates on all periodicals, domestic pay like rent. over a long ;

Mr. and Mrs. Manning Carter and ed to LaBelle where they will make and foreign. Instructions and period with our Budget

children of Okeechobee were guests SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN:: ; FOR their home. equipment free. Start a growing and Monthly payment Plan. It's
advantageous to buy or build!
MISS HARE ON 18TH ,BIRTHDAYMrs. Miss Willa Duke of Okeechobee permanent business in whole or
Saturday of Mrs. Carter's parents, now in face of rising prices!
Mr. and Mrs. L. C., Reddish. arrived Sunday for a visit of a few I spare time. Address MOORE-COT-

Harold Spikes and Mrs. R. days with Mrs. .Bessie Frazier. TRELL, Inc., Wayland Road, North

Mrs. Max Meluh left Monday for M. Hare, Jr., entertained at the Mr. and Mrs. W. p, Andrews and Cohocton, N. Y. 2t

... Cape May, New Jersey, where she home of the latter Wednesday evening children, Billy and Mary Lou, were Clewiston Federal

was called by the critical illness of in honor of Miss Dorothy Hare visitors Saturday in Fort Myers. "

her father. on the occasion of her 18th birth-I Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small and Mr. J. M. COUSECounselor and
k. LoanAssociat
day. and Mrs. Richard Small of Clewis: Savings

Guests at the delightful affair, ton were the dinner ,guests, Sunday and Attorney at Law
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and
which was a, complete surprise to of. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Small, the Hopkins Building on
sons, Bob and Dick, have returned
the honoree, included Mr. ,and Mrs.R. occasion being Mr. Rufus' birthday Wednesdays and Saturdays
to their home here after a vacation.
in Western North Carolina. J. Lee, R. M. Hare, Jr., Misses anniversary.Mr. 0:30 to 4:00 ]IffMERCUR'

I Sandy Welles, Beth Nail, Pearl and Mrs. Charles L. Yeomans,

Brantley, Florine Moore, Bernice O'- their children, Mildred and CharlesL.
Dan and Bob Beardsley are spending -
two weeks at football training Neal, Billie Hooker, Hazel Prince, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. S. A.

V with Roberta George and Mildred'Ward, Graves attended services Sunday at
near Lakeland the Pahokee
football squad. Bob Patterson, Richard 'Bestor, Felda.H. :

Trevlyn Moltz, Ed Ward, Coburn S. Gove, Area Engineer Dis- -- Y'BOOKS

Moore, Halson Avant, Bob Logan trict No.: 3, WPA, ,was a business
Mrs. R. M. Hare has returned
and Charles Roberts. visitor Monday in LaBelle. V
from West Palm Beach, where she
Mrs. Emma Weekley, 'Mrs. Ella
remained for treatment at the Good
MRS. R. WILSOX HOSTESS Carson, Mrs. Prescott Brooks of

Samaritan hospital. TO BRIDGE CLUB MEMBERSMrs. Rockmart' Ga., and ,Elmer Burnettof HV

Washington, D. C., motored

: Miss Marcia Avant, Mrs. Hubert R. C. Wilson was hostess Thursday afternoon to Fort Myers. ,

Land and Miss Ulla Jacobsen were Wednesday evening at the regular Mrs. Wade Cartee ,and Reeves
shopping in West Palm Beach Thurs- Rider visitors morningin
meeting of her bridge club. After were Monday

day afternoon. several progressions of contract, Fort Myers.

prize for high score, two guest tow- Miss Mattie Lee Sumerlin of Ar-
.' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Little returned "
, ; els, went to Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, cadia was the guest several days last
to their home in Pensacola Mon- week of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hamui.
low, a pair of placques to Mrs. Har-
day after visiting their daughter, and She returned home Monday.The .
ry Turner cut prize, a crystalvase 25c
Mrs. W.F.. Nail, Jr., and Mr. Nail to Mrs. Roy ,Alston. T ,, V '
for a week. ,
Delicious refreshments of frozen Woman's Community Club of

salad, wafers and punch were
1 Mrs. C. A. Martinez 'arrived this LaBelle sponsored a reception Tuesday : -
served by Mrs. Wilson to Mrs.
- f week from Cuba and joined Mr. Martinez afternoon which was held at their
Schroeder, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Alston -
/tl who is employed at the club rooms. Mrs. HL..' DeLaney,
Mrs. :T. B. Shelley, Mrs. Camp- For
J house. They are residing at the Bar- Mrs. A- L. Taylor and 'Mrs. Louis O. a Full-Length
bell E. Nail, Mrs. C. R. Cruze, ,Mrs.R. !
racks. Gravely joint hostesses. The
C. Nowling and Mrs. W. H. Lanier were
club' is making an effort to becomeaffiliated
Her at last are the books America has been longing for. Designed by
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hooks, Miss with the national organi- America's foremost book designer-well printed-handsomely boundin

Hazel Prince, Ed Ward and Ed Clark MISS OGLESBY UNDERGOES zation of Women's Clubs and the a special English-finish cover paper. At a price which has brought
long loud applause from every section of the country-25c; for a full-
were Sunday visitors in Everglades, i DELICATE OPERATION MONDAY meeting today was for ,the purpose length not I.
the boys participating in the base-
becoming better acquainted with
T These great book bargains are made possible only because leading
ball game there in the afternoon. Miss Mary Louise Oglesby, who the work, privileges and benefits of book publishers and authors are accepting a low royalty because the
books are printed on special high speed presses in quantities of 100,000
:V suffered a fractured skull in a falla the larger organizat ion. and because THE AMERICAN MERCURY-America's leading literary
V Mrs. H. A. Bestor drove to West few weeks ago, underwent a deli- To this end instructive talks and I I magazine-has launched the enterprise without charging any overheador
Palm Beach Saturday to meet her editorial expense to it.
cate operation at the Geod Samaritan helpful information was given by '
son, Richard, who returned after Hospital in West Palm Beach 'several members of the Moore Haven To date we have published 3 books-' all. distributed through the
V, attending the summer session at the better newsstands of America.
V Monday. A portion of bone that
Woman's Club, including Mrs. J.V..
I University of Florida at Gainesville. i pressing on the brain and a blood Adkins sjc TIIIKTKUN STKPh-a powerful startling novel paced by breathless,
Mrs. Fred A. Flanders Mrs-
notion find n strange story.
clot were removed during the opera D. M. Draughn Mrs. Mollie Settle .'
described b, O. McIntyre an "the
Mrs. C. R. Cruze returned Sun- tion. EVER YTIIING IS THUNDKH- I
and Mrs. S. G Stalls, who were guestsfor moNt absorbing.:, book I're read In five Jyenrs.c ;
day from St. Cloud where she spenta Miss Oglesby is resting comfort,
week visiting relatives. Miss Ruby ably and it is thought the operation the occasion. Following the meet- >; Tim: POSTMAN ALWAYS KINGS TWICR I'hate
F. 1'. A. uw "the inout engrossing Ullhllo'nubhI.wok that
refreshments of individual cakes
V Small of St. Cloud returned with her will have the desired results in ing any nveniory of." "

for a visit. about and lemonade were served.
bringing her
complete recov- with the
If your news dealer is sold out and cannot supply you
ery. Her mother, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby i :Members present were MrsGravc- books, upe the coupon below for these great bargains.

Miss Frances Morgan left Thursday is in West Palm Beach with her. : lyi :Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. DeLaney, Mrs Send 25c in coin or stamps for each book desired. / V +
for a two weeks vacation. She R- N. Miller, Mrs. Mary Dreyer, Mrs.

will visit relatives in Rockmart and YOUNG PEOPLE ENJOY PARTYAT Julia Pfaff, Mrs. J. E- Johnson, Mrs.S. .

;f.\; \ Rome, Georgia, and will also spend HOME:: OF MRS. CHRISTIAN A. Graves, Mrs. George Pettee,

\. a few days in Atlanta and Jacksonville -.0- Mrs- E. E. Edwards, Mrs. Grover A. Enclosed find._....-..c. Please send _..?....Thirteen' ..Steps. __Every-

en route. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Christian i Hill, Mrs. Wade Cartee, Mrs. Edna thing Thunder '....__._Thp Postman" Always Rings: ,Twice. .

entertained with a party for the and with the
i Waters, assisting refreshments -
John B. Dotterer will leave tomorrow younger set at their home Thursday'

for Mt. Pleasant, South evening. Miss Lorraine Taylor and NAME __.._._-..:_.....-........._. _-..___:..-:-_.-_-_ .;;. :--. .__.....----'{...----
Miss Edith Nell Cornettc-
Carolina, for a visit with his par- Various games were played and a

? ents, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Dotterer. club, to be known as the "Ramblers ADDRESS ..__._.____...__._.__...:.;;._._.___---__-.--
Mrs., J. :B. Dotterer and their daughter Club" was formed during the even-I Insect Poison From Roots

Sherry, will return with him ing. Members will entertain in turn. Cube is a plant whose roots yielda I American Mercury Book B70 Lexington: A'\"'. New York, N. A"

after spending the summer with relatives Delicious refreshments were served high percentage of a poison used .

. in South Carolina. to Alma Anglin, Violet Bethea, in the manufacture of insecticides.


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I A Drop of Rain ,

I vV HAT if a drop of rain ;

DAUGHTER1L "So should small a plead-drop as I "-

1-1BEAUTY'S: Can ne'er mead;refresh the thirsty

I'll tarry in the sky."

e Kathleen Norris What if the shining beam of
l: BY KATHLEEN I WNU Service. noon

Should in its fountain stay;
Because its feeble light alone

Cannot create a day?

.. .
: Does not each rain-drop help to
r CHAPTER XI-Continued "Oh, thank you!" Vicky answered "But look here, Vicky" Quentinsaid Lerena persisted lovlmgiy. "SurelyI form

t"'.. -17- gratefully, with 'a little flush. with his face brightening."I've have the right just to ask you what The cool refreshing shower?"

.. "All right, Serena," she said half: "And so does everyone else," Violet got to go to San Franciscoand I've done, Quentin how I've offended And every ray of light, to
: aloud, apostrophizing the dim light persisted. "And sometimes see a patient tonight; a womanwe you?" warm

L" that shone in the window she knew there is someone I'd like to talkto operated or this afternoon. I "You haven't offended me at all. And beautify the flower?

to be Serena's window. "All right !" she added, significantly. I told them I'd be in about ten. Why 1-I wrote you months ago-before

t{ '- -wait for him to telephone. He will. Vic's eyes laughed, but here wasa not let me drive these roughnecksin I went to Germany-"

ritJ,. He said five minutes ago that he'd glint of warning in them too. with me if their mother's will- "I know you wrote me," the

It'; empty the ashtrays and lock the "Because I adore Quentinweboth ing?" ,woman said, as he hesitated floundering CARDUI
.Lh. doors, and that always means he's do," Violet proceeded further. The ensuing wild pandemonium of, and confused. "Why did you

.?.;/ going to telephone you. Let him "We both do," she repeated, tryingto the lawn in the spring'sunset pres- write me that hideous letter, Quen- In this modern time
tell he's had 'talk with Vicky, door. ently resolved itself into definite pic- something
you a open a tin? 1 only began it; I couldn't fin- Wonderfully worth while can be done
and she was surprisingly sensible,' "Quent's a genius," Vic said nic plans. The children were to use ish 'it. It's burned." for practically every woman who

and say, 'Ah, lover, then maybewe simply, closing it once and for all. the grill behind the old cow yard. "I'm horribly sorry, of course," suffers from functional pains of
can begin to play tomorrow!' "How'd he like Germany, Vic?" "Good to get home Quentin?" Quentin said gruffly, awkwardly in'' menstruation. Certain cases can be

"But from now on it's my will the other woman asked abandoningher Violet asked. the silence. relieved by taking Cardui. Others ...:'*.
innocence other lead. "Yes, he said quietly, unsmiling- may need a physician's ..
,a: against your admirable little-girl "Sorry! the rich sweet voice treatment.
"He had i ly. "It's good to get home. Cardui has two widely demon-
it Serena. He'll never get a remarkable experi- echoed. "But what are
you sorry
free of me for I'll never consent to ,ence. He stayed with the Von Hoff- I, "Well, Violet said, stirring, "I about, dearest dearest? Rememberwhat strated uses: (1) To ease the immediate -
have to go. I must get started. pain and nervousness"of
it. He'll never marry you while I mans and almost worked himself to told me in the beginning
you ,
die! I'm death. But he said it You're sure my youngsters won't the monthly period; and (2) to aid
live, and I'm not going to was a won- that had been twice married
you in building the whole
be in the up system by
horribly way tonight, ;
going to be right here, and after a derful experience. without
Quentin?" ever knowing what real love helping women to get more strength
while you'll give in because there's "He got home last week, you was, lover; that you and Vicky had from their food.
"In the ? Love
to have 'em.
nothing else for you to do. You belong 'I said?" I way acknowledged that, had married
I'll them the
drop at' house some-
a!; to him now-and I know it, I "Last Saturday. He looks thin, time after nine." with your eyes wide open. Remember -
while he was telling me how strong older, somehow," Victoria said. ?" Physicians of Man

you were, how controlled you were! "Ah, here they all come!" "I'll go" in with you, Vi, and see "We can't talk about this here," Temperance and industry are
off. Victoria
you her the two real
had allyou're physicians of
You're his man-
now-you've Panting, breathless, exhausted, arms for the baby. "You come Quentin interrupted, in a"hard, cold kind.-Rousseau.
: going to hive from
the children emerged from voice.
now "
V wife and. along with your mother. Mister,
rest is all mine( I'm the "
and themselves about "Where then?
cover flung she said., "Nurse something to can we, Serena
my children are the children, and I on the lawn. They ranged from ,, to !I" asked, with a touch of steel'in her ,
and I'll I say you young 'S1'FILtQIL-FhU.ft: ;
I can wait. I'll know it all
Kate Keats and Gwen sixteen years She called over her shoulder to own tone. "You got back a 'week
F: keep still-I'll.be pitied, and women SELLER
ago today I've not seen you until MOROLINE
Quentin. *
will hint things to me, and I'll keep AT5
What about
now. tonight? Can
"Coming? you
"I thought I'd sit here and havea come over about ten? Spencer'stired
"You take your day, Serena-go 1TL [ smoke. It's so peaceful, Vic!" ; he'll be in bed."

ahead! Take a year, take two years. S "Oh, and stop at the barn before '"I've got to go up to San Fran- Aversity the Test
Flatter him, and meet him for Prosperity makes friends and
t you come in, and see Moogy's pup- cisco tonight, I've a patient at the
?' lunch, and take his presents, and pies. Claus had some story about Dante hospital." adversity tries them.-Plautus.

hate me. Hate me because I won'tgive the little brown one. I told him "Then I'll go with you."

n; you your way. But in the end you'd come out!" "You can't. The Keats childrenare

I'll win!" ( Smiling, he turned the corner of all here; I'm taking them in."

the barn. A woman was standing "Then I'll'go in and drive back o
Victoria and Violet Keats sat on n u
there waiting for him. Serena. with you. BLACK LEAF 40
the ,Hardisty lawn on a hot spring "I think Kenty's planning to do Keeps Dogs Away fromEvergreensShrubsetc.
afternoon and discussed, with limitations CHAPTER XII that." Get .

F. their husbands and children "Kenty! As if you couldn't put from 193*Use Teaspoortful

their homes, servants, and She was in pale blue, the broad him off! Ah, lover," Serena pleaded Dealer V xtr y per Gallon of Spray.

friends, their lives generally. The / straw hat that dipped about her coming close to him, pressinghis
long Saturday had been spent by face and lent an almost too picturesque arms with her own soft arm

Violet and her own quartette, of beauty to her appearance,had and hand, "tell me what's wrong,
p youngsters with the Hardisty troop; a childish blue ribbon about it; the tell me what I've done." Dr.and Peery's: Vermifuge "Dead Shot" kills
expels worms in a very few hours. One
,f now it was late afternoon, and the I Il pale scallops of the frail blue gown "I tried to tell you in that let- dose suffices. It works quickly and surely.
problem of getting Kate Duna, swept the young spring yrass. Se- ter," Quentin said, looking down All Druggists. 50c.

%;' Bunty, and Babs Keats amicably rena's eyes were at their bluest, into the tear-misted blue eyes raisedto Dr. Peer's

1 separated from Gwen, Kenty, Sue, / I r i iI too, grave loving, reproachful. his own. "It's a horribly hard .
f Dicky, Bobs, and Madeleine Har-. I 4 l "Lover, I had to see you," she thing to say, I-I think we both feelit. f' '

5 \tdisty was like an uneasy undercurrent said. "Was this terribly stupid of It's all been a-it's the sort VermifugeWrtehts

to the women's talk. me? I had to see you." of thing that can'tSerena -"
I "I couldn't leave Pill Co?100 Gold Street N. T. City
suppose you f r Quentin had involuntarily glanced drew off a little, still look
them all with Vi?
back toward the garden and the ing into his eyes.
"What, all four of them!" Violet I. house. He and she were shelteredby "You mean that you're going to checks

ejaculated. couldn't leave one. ,. a dozen intervening hedges and punish me, for loving ytm, Quentin?
Mother's birthday tomorrow." trees and angles of fence. He You're going to make me feel sorry MALARIA

"I'd forgotten that-although I "All Right, Serena," She Said looked at her unsmilingly."I that I loved you so generously, gave 6 6 6 in three days

sent her flowers." Half Aloud. don't quite like it," he said you everything I could give? You're COLDSLIQUID
"Did really think to send her
old going to make me wish that I was
apiece, to Hardisty, first day
: flowers, Vic? "Why, I went to see Victoria and calculating and wise, like other TABLETS
who was four. Brown, tall, hand- SALVE, NOSE DROPS Headache, 30 minutes.
"I did, and a book. some children in white shirts and her mother often ,while you were women? Are you going to fail me

"You're charming, and she really tan shorts, they glowed, sparkled, gone, why shouldn't I?" the woman I now?" Try"Rnb-My-TIsm"-WorId's Best Liniment
loves you, and always has, Violet shone with the beauty of bright said, in a sort of proud impatience. "It'isn't a question of failing you,

said, touched into a rare display of eyes and clear skin, flashing teeth "Don't look so serious; nothing hap- Sina. It's that-well, I know we're WNU-7 35-37

feeling. "I don't'' know why you" and tumbled masses of rich soft pened! Darling, I had to see you. both sorry for the whole thing,"

worry so about this baby of yours, hair, firm young legs and arms. You know that I have to see you?" Quentin persisted miserably.

she added, going back to earlier They had had luncheon on the lawn He looked at her without speak- Serena was regarding him with GET RID OEPIMPLES

talk. "He may be just slow. Duna today; had had two swims of in- narrowed eyes; her breast moved

was terribly slow; he didn't walk determinate length. Now Susan's ing."What is it, dear?" she asked visibly on constrained breath.

until he was nineteen months old." brilliant thought was that the tenderly. "What have I done?" "You mean for me to go on quietly

Vic looked down at the yearling Keatses should stay to supper, and Quentin Hardisty spoke quickly, living with Spencer," she said, in a

baby in her lap. that they should make it a picnic. almost with his professional man- level voice, "and for you to go backto

"',;;. I "Marty's not slow," she said gen Victoria considered this t'temperate ner: Vicky. You mean that you think, New Remedy Uses Magnesia to Clear

tly. "It's more than that, Vi. My ly. "You've done nothing, of course.. knowing what she might some day Skin.Firms and Smooths Complexion
"But Aunt Vi that tomor- take that don't know Vic will forgive and
. y own boy! says Don't tone- speak you
-Makes Skin Lock Years Younger.
..,/ The last was murmured to the row's their Gran's birthday." like that." everything will be lovely?" :I

['.. child who looked up at her with "But couldn't we go home on the "Oh, but I will speak like that," (TO BE CONTINUED) Get rid of ugly, pimply skin with this

f.: 1 smiling blue eyes. Small and relaxed train after dinner? Duna'd take us; extraordinary new remedy. Denton's
and secure, he lay in her he could take 'us the way he did the Facial Magnesia works miracles In
gi' arms. He never fretted, he did not circus day.?" Kate Keats pleaded Ideal Weight Governed by Body Build ; clearing up-a spotty, roughened com-
Even the first few treatments
r seem sick, but this littlest of the eagerly. 'Scale "Correct Charts"A plexion. The
'' Not by Weight make a noticeable difference. ugly
:: Hardistys had only been loaned to "Oh, no, it's too much ol an imposition big '
gradually wipe
epots away pores
'T her for a while, and his mother Vic!I" Violet said. grow smaller, the texture of the skin

.:'. knew it."Quentin. "It's no imposition at all," Vicky person's ideal weight is gov- person carries more soft tissues anda itself becomes firmer. Before you knowit

1 think so?" Mrs. Keats assured her. She looked up over erned by the individual body build heavy musculature that might friends are complimenting you on

1 asked abruptly. "You've had another the baby's head and her eyes wid- and the skeletal structure-not the raise his weight above the acceptednorm. your complexion.

I opinion?" ened, although she" did not smile."Here's "correct weight chart" on the scaleat He, too, would be "normal" SPECIAL OFFERfora

\ "Knows so," Victoria spoke mild- Quentin! she added. the corner, according to three when his bodily characteristics are few weeks only

:. ly, but her whole body was torn There was a general swarm of doctors reporting in the Journal taken into consideration.The Here is.your chance to try out Denton's

with a sigh. children toward him, accompaniedby Lancet, Minneapolis medical publi- doctors' new technique for Facial Magnesia at a liberal saving.We
Violet was silent.Clsn't the usual deafening uproar, and cation. determining correct weight works will send you a full 6 oz. bottle of Den-

it strange?-this little fellow Quentin came up to the women The ever present "correct weight thus: ton's, plus a regular size box famous
with the younger members of his said most- take the width of the hipbones Milnesia Wafers (the original Milk of
to Quentin than charts the doctors are They
means more ,
family hanging on him like limpets. Magnesia tablets). ..both for only 60c!
and fail to consider from outside crest to out
any of the others did. He's always Violet Keats thought he looked older ly guesswork Cash in on this remarkable offer. Send
loved them as soon as they got in- indeed there were touches of'silveron "individual variations in weight side crest at the point of the widest 60c in cash or stamps today.
teresting, but only this one from his Indian-brown and within a normal range or variations flare. Next they divide this figureby
the very start!" he seemed which may be due to different body the person's height times 1,000.
quieter, somehow more
"All men are like that," Violet like the old remembered Quentin; structure." This figure gives them their width-

put into the pause. she liked the expression of his face. The scientists are Dr. Helen B. length index and expresses the widthof

.' "Martin he adores. It's strange," He as genuinely happy to see Pryor San Franciso; Dr. Robert the body in relation to standing' Magnesia

"Vic mused. "He'll come home night her; kissed her in the old brotherly O. Moody, professor emeritus 0 f height. 1 SELECT PRODUCTS, Inc. 1
f after night and sit holding him. He fashion; they had not seen each anatomy in the University of Cali- Charts they have computed 'after' 44C2-23rd Street Long Island City, N. Y. ..-
and Dr. Charles E. Shep- many physical examinations, then Encloiod find hoc (cash or atampi)for
fornia 1 1 ,
used to say Marty understood him; other since his return from a three which tend special introductory '
basis for theperson's 1 me your 1
r, he doesn't say that now he' doesn't months' visit to Germany. Violet ard, director of men students' health form the estimating 1 combination. 1
service at Stanford university, reports correct, or ideal weight.
anything. him about it and he
say questioned sat _______
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United Press.A ----------
"I feel so badly for Quentin; holding the delicate little Martin the

Vicky presently continued. very gently in his big hands, and child, the doctors say, may be Regime, RegimenIn 1I Street Address ...........______
"For Quentin?" Mrs. Keats' tone sometimes kissing the top ol: the ba considerably underweight accordingto medical literature, regime has I
I City _____________State _________
was sharp and quick. She appar- by's dark fluffy little head. The the "average" standard and yet been used in' place of regimen, says 1 1t
ently reconsidered what else she question of the Keatses remainingwas be perfectly healthy and appear thin Literary Digest. The preferred us- 1
might have added and when she presently raised. simply because he has inheriteda age, however, is regimen meaning"a 1 1

spoke again her tone was milder."I "Next year-gosh, I can drive Un- slender''skeleton. Under their sys- systematic course of diet, etc., J

feel sorry for you my dear," cle Quent," Duna Keats said man- tem for determining correct weight to improve or preserve health, or to 1. 1 ,\

she said. "I think you're a re- fully. "But gosh Dad doesn't want he will be "normal." attain some effect, as reduction oi 1 1
markable woman Vicky." me to until I get a license." On the other hand a thickboned flesh." L..aee.r-.rrrr.rra aaaa.Ii

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Judgment Is Its Haste R

! OUR COMIC SECTION There is nothing that needs so goodwill Every little and-individual- gesture of

much practice just judgment ofa understanding betweenone
people and another is a gestureof
man, or even of one act of a righteousness.-ohn Drinkwater.
man. We'' ought to know his education Nearly all of the misery in the

the circumstances of his world, if not all of it, is due to the
life, the friends he has made or evil in people's imaginations.Canon .-

D I Events in the Lives of Little Men lost, his temperament, his daily Dewar.It .
work, the motives which filled the must be confessed that men's
act, the health he had at the time, standard in women is more frivolous
the books he was reading, the than women's standard in men.-
Bertrand Russell.If .
: temptations of his youth-we
you believe the world can very
; ought to have the knowledge of
well Jet'along!: without religion, you
a j ALL RIGHT, ALL A7 God to judge him justly, and God probably mean, without the other
J ,:'. / RIGHT --HAND OVER VEAW-' / is the only judge of a man. man's religion"":" John Erskine.
,' ., FORK 'EM It is only love that makes us I honestly believe that a course in
t SOME 0,' THEM THERE Y, Shakespeare will bettcr
OVERFoUKS- take pains with a man. Just judg- prepare a girl -
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.e EVES OR WE'LL A. Brooke. \ marriage.-Miry Ellen Chase. "



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See Motion all grades of all schools in the coun- denced any interest In the Brighton The monthly total for the state Parkinson ReelectedTo

ty and cover all, subjects taught. reservation, Mr. Yates replied that was 24,247,132 gallons. Glades county ,

Pictures ,of .Waterway several of those Indians, of a differ- purchased 28,257; Okeechobee City CommissionMoore

Circuit Judge Rules ent tribe, had come there to live. In- 63,872, and Lee county 251,178 gal-

cluded in these are George Osceola, lions.I .
Moving pictures of the cross-state I ( Haven Democrat)
Against Special a descendent of the famous Semin- Kerosene sales for the month in
showing scenes of Its construction C. V. Parkinson elected
waterway I was Monday -
Little Wil-
ole chief ,and his Son and the state totalled
the opening water- 2,126,457 gallons.
and of to serve another three year term
lie There about 165 In-
Tiger. are
cade were shown to members of the Judge J. B. Johnson of the circuit Hendry county users purchased 8- as a member of the Moore Haven
dians on the reservation at this time
Clewiston Kiwanis Club at its regu- court of Tallahassee threw out a 185 gallons. Glades 2,444 gallons, City Commission, there being not
meeting at the Inn Wednesday I and only twenty-nine of these have dltcech bee 5,484 in
lar special act of the 1933 session of the gallons and Lee one dissenting vote the forty-two ,
evening. I to be furnished steady work to sustain 24,494 gallons. ballots cast during the day.
recommendation -
taken at vari- legislature passed upon them. The remainder are self-
The pictures were Although there were no other
of Representative RE.. Burch- I Neither figures include ,sales made
ous stages of construction. The supporting from sale of hogs and candidates qualified but Mr. Paik-
ard, authorizing Hendry county to use to U. S. Government agencies free
scenes of the official watercade in farm products. The Indians are paid inson a space is provided on the
from part of its gasoline tax moneys from of tax.
March showed the waterway a daily wage the same as anyotherlabor ballot for writing in another nameIf

Stuart on the Atautic to Fort Myerson the state for general county purposesJudge and if they refuse to work are the voters so desire. The popularity -

the Gulf, and were most interest- Johnson based his decision not paid. ". "49" To' Identify of Mr Parkinson as a commis-

upon the fact that it was not properly 0 sion member is attested to by the
D. R. Jardine, extension workerfor
ing.WPA passed by the legislature then becauseit Hendry Co. TagsThe fact ,thaf no names were written in.
the Indian Service was here Mon-
Project For Road was not advertised as a local act. .
day with Mr. Scott and Mr. Yates. ....
Judge Johnson told Comptroller Lee
His work is to interest the Indiansin
Improvement Is Signed to pay Hendry county as providedby and various numeral prefix "49" will identify -
mechanical pursuits
the 1931 law and the comptrollersaid 1938 NOTICI-:
'I' methods of earning a livelihood. Little .- tags purchased in
he would. county now ,re- Avith
Hendry county, under a new system 01 In
is made to educate the In- law governing -
Steps to remedy the bad condition ceives from the state more gasoline effort 'uiipbering- license plates ,which has the preparation of the annual assessment -
road from than is required to its dians on the reservation but severalof roll of Everglades Drainage
of the North River tax money pay seen
adopted by the Florida motor District taxes notice is hereby given
Alva to Hendry; county line have highway bond obligations, and the them, evidencing a desire for education that said assessment roll has been
have been sent to Collector completed and a meeting or ,the Boardof
been taken by the Lee county com- general law authorizes using the W, P. Andrews said today that Commissioners of Everglades

missioners who are asking for a surplus to construct county roads school. Most of these have been from 'he had received word from Tallahasseethat office Drainage of District the District will,, be 218 held Shorcland at the

WPA project for its reconstruction.The Pointing out that the general gaso- the Dania settlement. An increasing the midnight blue and canary Building Miami Florida, at 11
line tax. law was not at issue before :interest in the work being done and o'clock A. M., September 7th, 1937,
project, known as 21,106calls yellow would for the
tags 'carry a number purpose of hearing complaints
for the allotment of federal funds him, Judge Johnson said. however : I ;he efforts being made by the gov- identifying the county in which the and roll objections and the method to the contents of such I'PAGE

totalling $13,074 and has been sign- "I think all this money should be used' crntnent to help them has ,caused a tag was purchased. preparing the same. and manner of

ed President Roosevelt, the Newsis in the manner, directed by the 1931 law decided change in the attitude ,of BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
by This year, the first Hendry I OF EVERGLADES
the counties for roads they most, of the Seminoles. Instead of county DRAIN-
from -pay AGE .
informed by telegram tag sold will be "49-1" and the DISTRICT.F.
Andrews U. S. Senator. built and turned over to the state, the taciturnity and stolid indifference C. B. LcGro, 'Secretary.Aug. .
Charles O. second series of numbers will increase
ind hen use the money for building with which they; greeted white 20. 27, Sept. 3, 1937.
The project calls for improvementof in numerical order; as tags arc
roads under the supervision of the few most of them
a ,
men years ago
the road by clearing, grading in- purchased- Mr. Andrews said he expected -
state road department"County I have learned little will
and a ,English,
stalling drainage structures I that approximately 1400 tags

constructing bridges and all ditchingand I carry on a conversation and their attitude would be sold in 1938. Auto, owners

sim1:}Jar: work ,pertaining to the 'SchoolsTo- I is definitely more friendly.The purchased 755 automobile tags and /y 3Y '
+ 190'' g
road construction. uncertainty of road condi truck owners 357, bringing the total ,

allocation of funds depends tions will soon be ended and those number of sold 1114
Definite (Continued From Page One) tags to last year.

largely upon the total 'WPA the only way this is possible is for who would like to visit the reserva On August 15, when the last tabula-

allocation to the state, but the fact the parents to apply to the Palm tion will find it a great deal easier I tion was made Florida motorists had

that the President has signed the Beach county school board to make j to do so.' .,/, I purchased 421,683 tags on which the

project places it in favorable positionfor the arrangements for tuition for the' state took a gross revenue of $5,694-

children. Each county is ,charged by ..... I 062.74. For next the ;
definite consideration sometime Air Mail Plane- :: : year ;
within the near future. the state with the'providing of .. ordered 520,120 tags from the :lTggi
school facilities for the children re-
Senator Andrews' telegram is as factory at Raiford where the work is
siding in the and where it Is
county, (Continued from
page 1) done by state prisoners-
follows: "President Roosevelt has T &avgi F.
practical for the children to attend Times, Art Kiel, City of West Palm +

signed WPA project state number school! In another county, the resident Beach publicity director, Cecil Cor The tag department at Tallahasseewrote Eal OLE

twenty thousand one naught six county pays a pro rata tuitionto Tax Collector Frank A. Dough- 1i111
nelius Palm
Beach county commissioner -
sponsored by Lee county board of the county In which the school is arty: "We feel sure that this system IACKSONVILLE
and "Punk" Rinker, boy mas
county commissioners calling for allotment located. will assist you as well as being of

of federal funds totalling The school properties .are in readi- cot. material assistance to the inspectors FLORIDA

thirteen- thousand and seventy four ness,for the opening of the fall term. Photographs of the event were of this department and other law enforcement GARNETT ANDR WS.M IIlscr

dollars to improve road in Lee county In Clewiston a backstop is being taken showing Mr. Wright receivingthe officers of the state.. The ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT oil this

erected at the baseball field, addi- bag of mail from A. W. Sias, cost: of the tags will be the same, modern, fireproof: hotel in the: heart of down-
east from Alva to Hendry county town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and
line by clearing grading installing tional playground equipment is be- Clewiston Postmaster. Approximately graduated upward from $5 depending shower, lOft( water, ceiling fan; radio; shoed

ing prepared, and plumbing repair 100 citizens ,were on hand to i upon weight or 'the ..use .to ,which the summer door.Every Bed with Innerspring
drainage structures and bridges work is underway. A shower is being mattress and reading lamp. Running ice
greet the plane. Post office'and
I car is put. water on every lIoo'r.AIR .
constructing ditches and performing installed in the boys' dressingroom..
appurtenant work there to stop Teachers will arrive in Clewistonon I officials were greatly pleased J The prefix numeral is the standing COCKTAIL LOUNGE CONDITIONED COFFEE SHOP
with the enthusiasm shown in the DINING AND MEETING ROOMSRalesSmjlf
of the in total sales last
though definite allocation of funds Friday. Following their medical county tag
.splendid cooperation of Clewistou I with Private Bath
depends largely upon total alloca- examinations that day, schedules of year. The tag department at Tallahassee 78 Room, $$2.00 80 Rooms $2.50

tion to slate the fact that the presi- classes will be worked out and the citizens. Since flight plans were I will be "68" and for sometj [40 Rooms $3.00 24 Rooms $3.50

dent has signed the 'project places first faculty meeting will be heldon made only two days before the flighttook j reason unexplained, ,all replacementtags 10 Samp!Uterr..f Room with' double Private occupancyor' Bath $400Slight i

it in favorable Saturday morning. Local teachers place the interest shown was will be "90's".
position for definite I 8 POUND Mo. "
consideration are 1st grade, Saundal Watson; very gratifying. HOTtl PATTEN V HOTEL OESOIO

future." sometime within near 2nd grade, Genevieve Gove; 3rd Clewiston's pouch of '300 letters PAWL BEACH IvILLER QattMMWf*. '._ I......._.....h.0.FLOIWDA.

grade, Dorothy Craig; 4th grade, I weighed nearly 13 pounds. It is understood -I IS HELD IX MIAMI

Lucille Hampton; 5th and 6th I that Pahokee sent out 168

Hodge to Interview Boys grades, Livonia Congdon. High I
letters and Fort Myers approximately Willie Akrey, negro slayer of a
school teachers are Agnes Thomas,
I 30 pounds of air mail on similar West Palm Beach policeman and for
For 4-H Club Work Mary Baker, Mae Whitten, Evelyn
flights during Air Mail ,,Week. This whom one of the biggest man-hunts ..
Schult, M. E. Morrison and B. E. t
Herring. gives Clewiston a high rating. in the history of South Florida was ti

made was arrested' in West Palm
Grover C. Hodge, county agent, Teachers in other schools of the I
Beach (Tuesday night by Sheriff Hi
will be in his office Saturday after- !:county are as follows:
Dr. A. L. Shealey To Lawrence and his deputies and tak-
noon, September 4, to interview boysof ; LaBelle High : Edwin Williams,
en to Miami for safe-keeping.
the county who are interested in 'rincipal ; :Mrs-' Nell Jackman Miss : 1
Attend Cattle MeetingJ. Charles Francis Coe, famous writerof
'-H club work, and to give definite fadge Hull Miss Edith Magill, Miss detective.stories, aided in Akrey's I' &1i1 1 t

explanation of its advantages.All ;race Arnold, John Atkinson and Jloward capture.

boys of Hendry county wh ') Quick. F. Cross, president of the The negro offered no resistance I

wish to do 4-H club work and to be LaBelle Elementary: :Mrs. Carrie erglades Cattle Association, Ev-I to arrest and said that he had not I

one of the thousands of boys in "arlee, Mrs. Jimmie L. Blount, Mrs. nounced that Dr. A. L. Shealey, been more than ten blocks from the : QtJl

Florida who are engaged in some of ,"era Helms. Mrs. Hazel McLaughlin, I rector of livestock experiments andresear'cb r scene of the killing in the several

the greatest agricultural activitiesin !rs. Katherjn Harris, Miss Joss- for state experiment sta- weeks he has been at large. He I

the United States today should hine Poor, Miss Evelyn Burhans. I tions in Florida, will attend the next I I also told that the blood hounds being m li1 mlfta

contact Mr. Felda : H. G. Kickliter, principal ; j used to track him came so close
Hodge next Saturday af monthly meeting of the association \ '
ternoon. Irs. Mattie Thomas and Mrs. Jean at one time that he reached out and Vf "'
;Mclaughlin.. I to he held Saturday, September 11, I petted ono of theirs I ; i:(U!
Each boy who does 4-H club work at :3} P. Yat the court house.
LaBelle colored : Victor L. Po tell.
must have at least one agricultural I Dr. Shealey is an old friend and IJ I
Clewiston, colored : Amos A. Thomas,
J Three
project to work on and must keepan associate of County Agent Grover C. More Barges
rincipal, Viola Shipman.
accurate record of his activities, Hodge, and is very much enthusedover I
There remain only three vacancies Enroute to Paper Mill .,
the main feature of the work with cattle development and possi- "
nd these
are expected to be filled I
the boys and girls being to make within bilities in this particular area. He'II
the next I -
few days. They arc: Stop at flu
the best better, and to train has done much research
themin work with
omc economics, LaBelle; grade (Moore Haven Democrat)

leadership, cooperative activities eacher for Clewiston and colored beef cattle and swine and is todayone I Three more big steel barges were ftotetPatceia

educationally and hundreds of acher for Bare Beach. of' the best informed, livestock brought through; the canal here ,

things of general nature such as specialists of the south.! Dr. Sheal-II I Monday on their way to the Southern -

budding, grafting, feeding and fit- Road Work To Be- ey's information and knowledge I I Kraft Paper Mills of Georgetown 312 s. E. SECOND AVENUE

ting livestock, proper fertilization his work' is mostly the result of his I S. C. These barges like the

and cultivations of crops, mixing experiences, he having been connected -II.I I three which came through several All Outside Rooms With

fertilizers, etc. Club camps and (Continued From Page One) with experiment stations in the I'I weeks ago were built in Birming- Private liath
ham. The tug Dixie, owned by the
short courses at the university each state for the past fifteen years.
summer will be explained. cleared Good patches of sweet po- I I Ilycr Towing Company of Pensacola COOL, CLEAN QUIET
I delivered the first three barges and
.atoes and pumpkins are now being.'
came back through here last Friday Overlooking Biscayne Bay
1227 NEW TEXT raised. Some corn was harvested but Dade Co. Leads State In I
to meet ,the other three barges in
. ''ry weather in the spring preventedery Twp blocks to Shops, Theatre and
-- Fort Myeis. One was 110 feet long '
) good growth. A large numberf Gasoline ConsumptionHendry Business Section.
Hendry county has received from and the others. 130 feet long All ',

f. the state depository at Jacksonville pure-bred Hereford beef cattle were 32 feet-in width. *" 1

\ .1227 new text books for use in 'were put on the reservation by the county; users consumed The Northern Light, an auxiliary HATES

.:. elementary and high schools during Jovernment and lately sevral head P4.187' gallons of gasoline during yawl of Pass-a-Grille Beach came .

i.;;' the' 1937-38 school term., Some of the .f Black Angus have been added 'to the month of July according to records through Friday. IC.. Bidwell was $1.50 Single

:t,'. old text books were too worn for TOSS with the Hereford strain. The: I 'made public by the inspection the owner and master. The boat was $2.50 Double

' :' use another year, others are in the attle are all reported to be in ex- bureau of the state department of thirty-eight feet long and weighed

;<..,' "process of being rebound at the present client condition despite the fact ; agriculture. Dade county led the five tons. Special Family, Weekly &

;': ,time, while others still, -627, havebeen hat only: prairie grass is used for fate with 3,583,935 gallons, and Last Friday morning the cruiser"Lure" Monthly Hates ,

/.' crated and shipped back to the orage. I Duval with 3,050,643 ranked sec'ond. came through going back ""I ,
-f state depository. to the home' port at Captiva aftera I S. D. McCREARY Proprietor
Asked whether the Indians from Ilillsboroughi; which ranked
: trip to Miami. A. D. Holman was
p.i' The new.:text books ,are. for ,use vin(,1 the Big Cypress country had evi- third, purchased 2,313,920 gallons. the ownar and master. f' to s
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