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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1934 SUBSCRIPTION
VOL. 7. HUM HER 52 CLEWISTON, $2.00 PER YEAR
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f iiVHENDRY SCHOOLSLIMITED I Copper Still Captured. LOAN FROM RFC Directors Elected LAND IS LOW IN

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J. W. Ezelle, H. R. Hall and A. A.
; ; o. TO SIX Sheriff Delaney captured a solid FOR SOUTH FLORIDA Munroe were elected directors of the QUALIFYING ROUND

copper still, which he found half Clewiston Kiwanis Club at the r'egu-

MONTH TERMS hidden in the weeds back of Harlem DRAINAGE DISTRICTThe I lar meeting held at the Watanabe OF GOLF TOURNEY

during a search of that vicinity Sun- Hot Wednesday evening. These
1:"' '. three together with Dave Alston,
:, day. The still gave evidence of hav- '
I.f C. V. Parkinson, A. W. Sias and W.
Florida Conservancy
:
"::.i Action limiting the school term of ing been used recently, and the sup- South' In the qualifying rounds for the
district, comprising 300,000 acres, B. Furgess are the seven directors on
New Year
handicap
Hendry county schools to six monthswas golf tournament,
position is that it had been distilling the board.
and Palm Beach
taken by the board of public located in Hendry Hubert Land, with a net score of
instruction at the regular meetingin "shine" regularly.No counties has been granted a $500- President E. E. Kelley presided at GG made the lowest qualifying score

LaBelle Saturday afternoon. This arrests were made in connec- 000.00 loan by the, Reconstruction the meeting Wednesday night. Plans with Mrs. F. D. Duff, whose net was

will close the ,Clewiston school, along tion with the raid, but some moon- Finance corporation.- for sponsoring a girls' diamond ball 68 a close second for honors .
loan of made team were discussed, as was the"question
The one seven
was
with all others, at the end of Febru- shiner, though he escaped arrest, will, Two ladies, Mrs. Duff and Mrs.
: to irrigation and drainage districts of whether the Kiwanis
W. M. Redelsheimer who have been
,
ary.The lose considerable money in ,the expensive under the .emergency farm mortgageact team should continue in the, leaguefor
school board's action was in breaking 100 right along were admitted
outfit which the sheriff ; the seven loans totaled $1,588- the second half of the series.
the form of a resolution which stat- into the regular tournament
will be decided
seized. The still was taken to La- 511. These problems upon
since their rnaks well in
in collections game com-
ed that due to shortage tax -
board of directors and
The South Florida Conservancy by the an-
the term of school must Belle to be held by the sheriff's of- parison with that of the men who
district will use the money to retirea nouncement of their decision will be
necessarily be cut to six months this fice there. entered. -
portion of a million dollar bond made next week.
The first round matches start Sat.
year.The issue and for other debts. The dis- '
urday, January 13th, and will finish
board, for some time, has trict's offfice is in ,Miami, with FredM.
-'T' been seeking federal aid for the QUARTERBOAT Werner, secretary, in charge. The GIRLS TEAMS MEETIN Friday, January 19th. -
r' ,continuance of..schools to a normal i local supervisor is J. F. Scullen, : Lloyd Sparrow, pro in charge of
eight months' term, and hopes'' that Belle Glade. the tournament, announces the fol..

the definite cutting of the term to SUNK NEW YEARS The loan from the RFC, has been DIAMOND BALL lowing pairings:
"r. :" six months will bring the desperate sought for some time by the district, Mrs F. D. Buff, 22, vs J. J. Harrington

j: situation of the schools to the attention which was formed to drain farming 11.
of the authorities so forcefully AGAIN OCCUPIEDEmployees lands and to advance agricultural MATCHES HERE H. A. Bestor, 19, vs W_ C. Owen

,.( that help 'from some source will be improvements of the area. 13.E.
:'-,.':,':: granted. P. Shelley' 12, vs 'Fr. Finne-
,':, of the McWilliams Three exhibition diamond ball gan, 19. '

Dredging company have moved back LaBelleNews games have been played on Kiwanis Tom Shelley, 3, vs D. G. Alston,
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Apartment House To into their 'cabin boat, from which field since the first half of the i 16. '

they departed suddenly early New league season closed in ,December. F. D. Duff, 12 vs F. I. Hill. 23.

Be Completed Soon Years' eve morning when the boat ItemsA. Attracting a great deal of local H. R. Hall, 13, vs Pete Wilson, '21.

4.tti listed and sank quickly into 10 feet interest was the double header play- C. F. Goodman, 18, vs Mrs. W., M,

of water. The first floor, in which ed last week when the Fort Myers Redelsheimer, 25.
The demand for small apartmentshas the office and kitchen and dining S. Davison, local shoe repair Coco-Cola Girls met the West Palm Jay W. Moran, 21, vs H. Land, 28.

J,kil. led' to the construction of a room are located, was in about 5 1-2 man is the proud owner of two Beach Piggly' Wiggly Girls team (The number after each name."

frame building containing four small feet of water on the lower side. The young racoons. Mr. ,Davison pur- here. The game was a seven inning represents handicap strokes) .

apartments which is being built by upper floor, in which the sleepingquar'ters chased the pair from some Indians game and was won by the Fort Myers 1 Ladies Tournament
Mrs. Emma Schultz diagonally across are' located, was undamaged who caught them in the Everglades.The !
girls with a 'score of 16. to 7. Mrs. F. D. Duff, with a net of 40
to the street from the City Hall build- except for the general confusion two pets are kept in a box, when The second seven inning game the I won the weekly ladies tournament*

ing. resulting from the tipping of the possible, in front of the Davison same night was between a local all- held Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. W. M.

h ; The four apartments will be completed boat.No I Shoe Shop in the Hendry building star team and the ,Hough Chevrolet Redelsheimer with a net of 42 1-2

next week, it is expected, and definite explanation of the, and afford quite a bit of amusementto Company of Fort Myers. Again the making second. Other entries were

'all four of them will be occupiedas incident could be given by those in I passersby. Fort Myers team won a victory, this I Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. H. A. Bestor,

" ,.,' :\ soon as ready. Each apartment I charge of the McWilliams ,equipment.The I time an overwhelming, 16 to 2. and Mrs. N. L. Hemenway.
", ', .' contains two rooms and is connected general theory is that the hull, Featuring a speaker and a soloist I Batteries: for' Clewistr/n, Mitchelland
/. with bath. The is 26 which is wooden and in need of
building by repair from Fort Myers as well as an in-jl Avant; for Fort Myers, Camp-
'::> 40 feet. The work is done by had become filled "
being gradually teresting program by' local talent, bell and Ballick. Ladies Aid Meets
j ;"/ t" Burchard and Burchard of LaBelle. with water until the slight list given between the
Parent-Teachers Association
the LaBelle A nine- inning game
' ,: : With, a view to similar rentals the boat by the wind frorn-the lake held its regular January meet- r U. S. Sugar team and the U. S. With Mrs. PooleMrs.
two small apartments are heing'made caused the weight of the water to
ing in the school auditorium Tues- Engineers was won by the Sugars
in'the stucco building which formerly shift sufficiently to pull the boat Mitchelland
day, Jan. 9. 17 to 15. Batteries: Sugars,
housed four garages connected with farther into the?water. Mrs. A. R. Stansifer of Fort Myers, Thomas' ,; Engineers, Petersonand Grover C. Poole entertainedthe

, Sagamore Court bungalows. These There were about thirty men on spoke on the subject, "Practical Application Liddell. regular monthly meeting of the

'\. apartments consist of one large and the boat at the time, but no one was of Mental Hygiene." George Tuesdaynight Kiwanis and the Ladies Aid Society of. the Community

two small rooms each. W. M. Troe- injured. The boat was located in the Boswell of Fort"lIyers, rendered a Firemen met for a nine inning battle, church at her home Thursday afternoon -

, ger is owner and J. K. Baker is old levee channel, but'wh' n raised vocal solo, accompanied by Mrs. Bos- which resulted in Kiwanis' victoryby .

-.," supervising the construction. Both was moved over onto the lake bottomat well on the piano., Miss Carrie Eunice a margin of two runs, the score Mrs. G. B. Thomas, president, was
'" *. apartments are taken. One of them the levee base and is now restingin Rider sang for the group to the accompaniment being 18 to 16. Both teams used in the chair.,. After the business meet-
I : i," will be occupied by a family now about two feet of water. of Mrs. James Adkinson. two pitchers during the game, ing a splendid program on! India was

living in the Court while extensive Considerable work was necessaryto The Florida NRA Club a local Kiwanis, Langford and Shelley, and given. The program was featured by

"l'; ,> repairs are being made on their put the boat in living condition group, offered a playlet, "KeepingUp the Firemen; Butler and Wilson.C. two talks, one by Mrs. Craig and
":: present home. Mr. and Mrs. Van again, especially in the kitchen, ,Appearances," with violin music Nall was Kiwanis catcher and one by Mrs. W. C. Worth. Mrs.
[ ::; Cothern have taken the other. where the heavy coal range was between the acts by J. C. King. Two Cruze received for the Firemen. Worth, who lived in India for some

i:",N4- An second story with small apart1:3 hurled through the wall of the boat. dance numbers were also offered by ..... With interest aroused by an exhibition time, gave an interesting first-hand
:: ;r J ments will be added to this building The cooks set up a temporary kitchenin the NRA Club. diamond ball game betweentwo picture of life and conditions and ;

':b r>' later. the tool house, while the boat After the meeting the P.-T. A. en- girls' teams here last week, a displayed a number of scarfs, tapes-
; was being repaired.The tertained its officers and those who I local -girls team has been sponsoredby tries and other articles of Indian

FLORIDA MOTOR LINES accident, although it caused took part in the program at an even- the Kiwanis Club. Ken Fields is handwork.

INSTALL NEW BUSES considerable inconvenience and con- ing tea at the home of its hospitality coach and manager and practice was Tentative plans were made for an

fusion to the men living on the boat, chairman, Mrs. A. L. Taylor. begun by the girls Wednesday. oyster supper to be held on February10th

Ri' caused no delay in the work of the I Following a meeting of the directors with Mrs. J. E. Beardsley in
Tampa, Jan. 10FNSImproved (
) contractors. The Woman's Community Club last night, which was called to 1 charge of arrangements.
conditions in Florida and a heavy held its regular meeting at the club complete plans for the second half I' Members present included Mes-
increase in tourist travel has made '
rooms Tuesday afternoon. A committee of the season, announcement of the dames Beaidsley: Furgess, Hall
it necessary for the Florida Motor PROGRESS MADE was appointed to nominate the schedule will be made and playing Lawler, Mills, Pafford, Poole, Tho- .

Lines to invest an additional $100- officers for the coming year. The will be resumed by teams in the lea- mas, Winn, Royal. Visitors were Mrs.
; 000 in new equipment.This Ii and
; Lockhart
list of nominees will be presentedat gue for championship honors. Lockhart and Miss
substantial investment rep- Mesdames McFadden, Robbins, Craig,
ON SURFACING 67 the next meeting and all members
the
resents purchase of ten modernde '
are urged to be present.. PRIMARIES! BEGINNING TO Berner and Worth.
luxe pullman buses which will be ATTRACT ATTENTION
used on the more important state
'+ schedules. (Moore Haven Democrat) Breaking a perfect record for this DIPPING STARTED IN
Progress on the shelling of road season, the thermometer fell to near- Tampa, Jan. 10 (FNS)-The RECENTLY COMPLETED VATS
No. 67 from Moore Haven to Road ly 32 degrees Thursday morning, June Democratic primaries are be-

25 was well underway by the middleof bringing a heavy frost. ginning to attract the attention of 10-FNS-
New Contract Jacksonville, Jan.
; BridgeTournament this week. Work: was started last Very little damage was done, how- Florida's electorate as campaigns are United States
I Dr. W. T. Cole, of the
Friday but a number of last minute ever, according to J. R. Doty, local being outlined throughout the Bureau of animal industry announced -
Started changes 'delayed the work some fora truck gardener. Mr. Doty states that The election of state state'l that dipping in the newly Installed '. '1

r f few days. he believes the reason for this is cupies a prominent place in the state-wide system of cattle vats

/ Seven tables were in play Monday Fifty men and five trucks were the damp condition of the ground coming political spotlight. :! would be started March 1. 1''
night at the Clewiston Inn as the at work on the project Wednesdayand from the .16 of an Inch rain which Instead of the usual 19 state '
made
the vats was
of
new contract duplicate bridge tourna- an additional 31 men and an- fell here Tuesday. senatorial elections, there will be 21 Construction of
ment was begun. other foreman were added Thursdayin Felda, 16 miles south of LaBelle this year 'due to vacancies caused by I possible through an appropriation cattle :'J

The new tournament is for an effort to further speed up the reported the worst frost in years, the death of one senator and the $80,456 from the CWA. All
individuals and is being conducted bya work. Pipe line is being laid and much of the crop being killed in that resignation of another in the uneven will be<:: dipped at two week address intervals before, '
pump installed this week for wettingand section. number districts. The two vacancieswill Dr. Cole stated in an
committee
composed of Mrs. Lucile ,
Livestock Sanitary Board ,
Downs, W. C. Owen, Mark Lawler compacting the shell which will According to Mrs. F. Watts Hall, be filled for a two year period the State j
p t and J. E. Beardsley. be laid in two courses and thoroughly' local weather observer the mercuryfell only, as all uneven numbered districts here this week.Beardsley. '..;,

; Playing will be continued each compacted. by rolling. to below 32 1-2 degrees but did will hold their elections for

Monday night for nine additional I Engineer Berg, in charge of the not reach the freezing point. four, year representation in 193G. Moves

., ;weeks; and play in eight sessions is work for the road department states I Indications point to the electionto .
". ...:. ':,, '"necessary to qualify for prizes. that an effort will be made to lay I Winning the first game of the the senate of at least two members To City Hall ,},
Office
"" # not, less than six hundred feet a day season Wednesday by the non-ap-,. of the last house.

:." :', ?FRED L. CLARKE FOUND of, the completed road.A pearance of ,the opponents, a pick-up Prominent among the state solons j
,.' DEAD IN FELDA HOME 1 telegram the first of the week team from Fort Myers, LaBelle High expected at this time to run for reelection J. E. Beardsley 'has moved his:1"
i .; from H. W. DeSaussure, principal school has embarked on another are: H. H. Lewis, Marianna; from the Clewiston News room !
';: 'if assistant state engineer stated that basketball season. ? S. W. Anderson, Greensboro; G. office building to the office :#

:.i, : LaBelle, Fla., Jan. 11.-Fred L. the shelling project had been divided The next game is tonight. The ,Frank Andrews, Greenville; Bernard in the In Hopkins the City Hall building, In ,<-I
:,',"'. ., Clarke; 59, was found dead in his into two sections and the two milesof LaBelle boys play the Fort Myers English, Lake City; J. B. Stewart, space the Clewiston Drainage District ';1
home*at Felda.' An }'Inquest conductedby the road in Hendry county would high team there. Coach T. .R. Jones Fernandina; J. Turner Butler, Jack-' which conducts, its business.Mr. '
Sheriff Delaney named the cause be' done with Hendry county labor. states that he believes this will be 'ronville;' w. T. Gary, Ocala; S. D with .
co-receiver
r ,JJ: as heart failure. The body was sent _Some dissatisfaction had been felt an interesting game and that Fort Clark'; Monticello; Arthur Gomez, Beardsley Is Clewisfon Drainage r
,. today to Crescent City for burial by in this county because the manhourswere Myers will play their first string Key West; S.J.. Hilburn, Talatka; J. 1\1. Couse for the Dlston! Island. rY
'ii"i'' L. W. Engelhart & Sons. Clarke being taken off Glades county'sallotment since last year' saw the defeat of J. G, Black Jasper;; J. Mt Dell District and the,, is a rea\:, ',
He also\ '' :,
District.
leaves, a 12-year-old daughter and; a, to, do the work in Hendry the supposedly stronger team a.t thQ Gainesville; Pat WhitakeiTampa t ; Drainage ;
", : Pister In, :Palatk.a.fe \. I county.. (Continued on page 8) M. 0., Harrison: Palmetto. estate dealer, V V a


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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1934 1



News Review of Current made.for property It will result taxes In any a saving state rang-has I KING OF SIAM NORRIS TELLS OF '1, J ,J .

ing from 7 to 19 per cent to property

owners. Gov. Henry Homer, State HIS RIVER PLANSHas

Treasurer J. C. Martin and State Audi
Events the World Over
tor Edward J. Barrett comprise the-

board 'that abolished the tax. g;; Bill for Development f'I.


THE Pan-American conference In the Missouri b# ,

Silver Remonetized, by .Order of the President-Recovery came toa, close, and ,
Secretary of State Cordell Hull, as Washington. warning that the
Program }evelopnlents-Huey Long's Income he departed for home by way of nation's rivers and harbors must be

Tax" Under Buenos Aires, said: -":\Iy most endurIng kept out of the hands of "pork barrel" _
Investigation.
remembrance of the conference politicians,was issued by Senator Norris ;

will be the beautiful patriotism, the Republican, Nebraska, as he pre- i

By EDWARD W. PICKARD patience, and the statesmanship of the pared to resume his, tight In congressfor

Bolivian and Paraguayan delegates In ultimate control and developmentof
SILVER has come back. By: ex cu- Many in this Industry had been cited the midst of delicate and anxious prob- all-American streams. --

of President RooseveltIt for prosecution for refusing to comply lems. '
. Norris will introduce a bill! authorizing -
Is remonetized in, the United ,States with prescribed minimum prices. "The tasks were unspeakably difficult -, development of the, Missouri river

and will be,'<,olned on a large scale.Formally The cash-and-carry cleaners contended but the good will toward peace va'.loy along the same lines as the Tennessee -
ratifyingthe these prices were so high that their
which both have shown has been superimposed valley power and land project.
London confer- business would be ruined.
upon differences, and they ; Representative Marland, Democrat "
ence agreement and Johnson defended the prices pre- :
offered the world an example of how Oklahoma, has prepared a bill calling
exercising the powers scribed as "reasonable and.fair for the .
powerfully a will for peace can con- / for development of the Arkansas'rivervt.l1ey.
given him by the In- quality of cleaning which the public '
apparently insuperable obstacles. .
has the to but quer _
flation amendment to right expect, conceded
the farm adjustmentact that "there Is some demand for'lower The silver-haired' Nebraska senator
the President dI- quality or so-called scamped work." PRESIDENT DE VALERA'S govern- sai'l he expects considerable opposI-
; Irish Free
State sustained tion from influential intereststo
"Accordingly, he continued, "cleaners power
rected all the federal .. -
a severe reverse when Justice -
his Missouri river bill. lIe is
who wish to maintain higher prices confident -
mints to accept for Byrne of the Dublin High court released Prajadhipok. of that he will have the
all silver and higher standards, may Join with king Siam, is comingback' however
coinage on a writ of habeas corpus Gen. to the United of President Roosevelt _
the President to continue the minimum States for eye support and
mined hereafter In prices originally approved and such Owen O'Duffy and Capt. John Sullivan, treatments, and he and his queen have expects congressional approval for the
the united states or leaders of the United Ireland party
Senator cleaners will be given the right to dIs- been invited to be White House guests. measure.
its possessions, up to and the Blue Shirt movement. They
Pittman play the blue eagle with appropriate "Muscle: Shoals was the first stepin
24,000,000 ounces.a. had been arrested at Westport under
insignia yet to be' decided on, IndIcat- 3 broad program looking toward
year, at a price of 64% cents an the public safety act. YEAR OF
ing they are PROSPERITYSAYS complete control of the of all '
maintaining higher qual- waters;
ounce. This Is to be In force for four Justice Byrne, In announcing his
ity and higher prices." PARIS streams in the United States," Norrissaid.
SEERESSMme.
years. decision, said :
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"One of the difficulties
greatest
The government split the present "I can only come to the conclusionthat .
/CHAIRMAN FLETCHER and his we have had to overcome has been ':
legal of for silver
price $1.29 an ounce O'Duffy was arrested because he
-J senate banking subcommittee received tLat we have made pork barrels out ,
In half in reaching a purchase was speaking to some persons while De Paunac's Predictionsfor :
a report In which were listed of our rivers and harbors. _
figure which Is 19 cents an ounce ) J
That is the
wearing a blue shirt. only
over the present open market. several million dollars in Insull securities the Twelvemonth.Paris. "They must be kept out of the hands
reasonable inference to be drawn from
"This proclamation," the President and German bonds among the of politicians who use them as pork
the facts. I do not accept policesuperintendent's
wrote, "In accordance with the act 7,000 Items of collateral held by the story of the arreston .-Mme. Blanche de Paunac, barrels."

of congress, opens our mints to the Reconstruction Finance corporation on suspicion as the true explanationof France's seeress extraordinary, came He recalled' that the power interests

coinage of standard silver dollars the famous $90,000,000 loan to CharlesG. out of her annual Christmas silence to had fought his Muscle Shoals bill -
the case.
from silver hereafter produced In the Dawes' Central Republic Bank and "So far as Sullivan is concerned predict that 1934 will be a year of p.1ssedat the last session of congress,

United States, or its possessions, subject Trust company of Chicago. peace and returned prosperity. for more than a decade.
there Is no evidence why he was arrested -
to the depositors of such silver Members of 'the committee refusedto and his detention Is Illegal.' So Next September, Mme. de, Paunac "I have no reason ,to believe they'll
surrendering to the government one- make the said would mark like the Missouri river bill better
report public, but said it far as O'Duffy Is concerned, I am also the ,opening of a any
half of It as seigniorage and to cover showed the outstanding balance of the satisfied his detention Is unlawful." new era of, prosperity for the United than they liked Muscle Shoals," he de-

all usual charges and expenses. The loan ($62,000,000) was covered by the "We are teaching the governmentto States-an era whose start would clared. '

dollar' coined from half of such newly collateral under the corporation's estImate respect the law," said 'General spread out from America to the whole Norris said he was extremely well
mined silver will be returned to the of present value. world. with the of the Ten
They said O'Duffy, as he left the prison. "The pleased progress ,
depositor. The half surrendered to the value of all Insull securities heldas Blue Shirt movement Is perfectly law' Great attention Is paid to Mme. de nessee Valley development He waved '
-
the will be retained
the government" by collateral was not totaled, but one ful and constitutional and will go on Paunac by those who pay attention to aside criticism from ,some ,quarters .

treasury. member estimated It at from $8,000,000 to victory. I don't anticipate there seeresses. She won fame"by predict- that the project was being unduly de' '
Mr. Roosevelt In ratifying the
to $9,000,000. x will be any more Interference with ing In midsummer of 1018 that the layed. -
agreement, pointed out that such actIon -,
In addition, committee members said, Blue Shirts after the high court vIn- World war would end with an armi- "It takes a long time to get some-
already has been taken by. the
the collateral Included Several million dication." stice November 11. thing like that under way," he contin-
government of India and that other
nations concerned were ready also to dollars of ,foreign securities, among Y Rising from her self-induced hyp- ued. "Once it gets started, though, It

I them many German federal and state CHINESE National air forces notic sleep, necessary to bring forth simply rushes along."

act.Most Jubilant of all public men bonds. Foochow: Fukien province, oracular powers, Mme. de Paunac saw

over the President's action was Sena- The loan was made In 1932 shortly where Communists were concentrated, for 1934 : American Farmers to ,Get

tor Key Pittman of :Nevada, who, as after General Dawes retired- as headof and In the process damaged the Adolf Hitler's power unbroken. But,

a delegate 'to the London conference:, the R. F. C. to take the chairmanship church and other property of the she added, In 1935> it would be broken. Bonus $800,000,000

of the bank. It was sharply criti- American board mission. No American farm-
took a leading part in drawing up Fifty-eight political revolutions of moment. Washington.- wheat

the silver agreement. He foresees cized by members of congress and was Chinese were killed but no Americansor The deaths of a famous general and ers' will receive in excess of, $70,000-

greatly Increased export business as made an Issue of the Presidential campaign other foreigners were Injured. Nationalist two French statesmen. 000 before the end of February under

a result of the move because the buy- gunboats then took posses- Restoration of a king who ran away agreements to cut plantings ,8,000000.;

Ing power of the silver-using coun- sion of the Foochow forts. from his throne.A acres, the agricultural adjustment ad-

tries :of the Far ,East, especially SENATOR HUEY P. LONG, the Lou great, mysterious French air ministration estimated. The total of

China and India, Is lifted by about 50 ," may be nearing PECULIARLY atrocious was the catastroph group of planes to payments will reach _$102,000.000 when rt

per cent. the end of his rope. The latest news murder of Archbishop Leon Tou- leave for'a given point and disappear.A the: spring bonuses have been paid. ,-b-

SenatoPittman- said the effect of about him Is that the administration rain, head of, the :Armenian church In German sea catastrophe. The whole AAA crop adjustment pro-

the new order would be to take Into has decided upon, his I America as he was attending serviceIn Mme. de Paunac predicts no big- gram will mean that farmers' Incomefor

the treasury about 24,000,000 ouncesof prosecution on the a New York church. He was scale fighting of any sort during 1934. 1933-34 will be swelled by SSOO-

silver, to coin one-half of It and often heard chargesof stabbed to death presumably by members Russia, she sees in the role of the 000,000 it was indicated. -

deliver it to the owner or depositorof evasion of Income of a group opposed to the Soviet world's peacemaker. She visualizes Corn and hog producers will ,be

the silver The other 50:; per cent Y taxes. When Mr. Hoo- regime in Armenia. The assassins escaped France, Great Britain and Italy reach- asked to take 20,000,000 acres out of

will je retained as bullion In thetreasury ver was President an from the church but a numberof ing a smooth working agreement on production and to reduce their market-

: Investigation of his receipts suspects have been_ arrested., European affairs., able run of hogs 25 per cent, and if.

as well as those The greatest change Mme. de Pau- all sign up the AAA agreement their .

BOTH the federal Surplus Relief of his political associates JESSE H. JONES, chairman of the nac sees [is the restoration of the monarchy share of the bonuses would be $350- .
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corporation and the agricultural In Louisiana, was corporation, be- in Spain during the year. 000,000. AAA estimates for the amount

adjustment administration have been started, and dropped lieves the railroads will need further' Charles A. Lindbergh, Mme. de Pau- o* the sums which would be available

purchasing commodities for the reliefof probably because the financial assistance from the government nac said, would be much in the news. in five states under the wheat, corn
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,the Idle, and ,thereby economy'and Long Presidential election'Senator during 1934. He But not she added, through an accident and hog reduction program are: IllinoIs -

efficiency have suffered. Such pur-' was 'near. Now thIs said that the government She forsees for him the good $42,002,750; Indiana, $_2. G4OOO ;

chasing; operations have now been con- Inquiry has been resumed, the agentsof either: through fortune to fly as much as he wants Iowa, $77,154,000; Wisconsin. $11,571. .
solidated in the Relief the InTernal the
Surplus corpora revenue department corporation or
without danger. 250, and :Michigan 5G7S750.
,;, tion.The seeking to find out whether Long reported some other agency !4tit ,: .

administration also was completing in his income tax: ,schedules all would have to help refinance -

plans for utilizing the Surplus the sums he received both..as governorof the security issues Pilots in Far North Doctor New Roosevelt Bookto

Relief corporation as a device for re- Louisiana and as United States that become due Man in Plane Via Phone Be Out in MarchNew

tiring millions of acres of submarginal senator. In Washington it is held vir- during the year. Sev-
York.-President Roosevelt'snew
% lands from cultivation. Vancouver, B. C.-A mercy flight,
The work is tually certain that this action has the eral railroads already
being' directed by Rexford G. Tug- approval President Roosevelt. have discussed the that saved a man's life was made by book-"On Our Way ;, The First
well assistant two pilots, Charles Elliott and Bill Year"-will appear in March and will
secretary of agricul-
himself matter with
the
IIuey professes not to be corporation '
ture, and It Is planned to "use fundsof -- Lawson, from here to Seton Lake, expand his theories of government, as
worried. "That them
matter
was scheduledto among ,
the public works-administration to Jesse H. Jones northern gold mining district, where expressed publicly during his first year.
come up now, he said to an inter the New York Central,
purchase the economically unproductive they had great difficulty landing on in office. -,
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viewer. "It has been which has a maturity of $43,000,000,
up 750, times be-
areas. storm-tossed waters. They picked The book will Include a lengthy i in-
fore and due 1. up -
always comes just before May
troductior and conclusion In whIchthe
James Pollard, mining man, who was
congress meets. I am not Interested." Wall Street statisticians have estimated '
OFFICIALS of 21 railroad unions seriously ill and unconscious" Duringthe President will discuss the past and '
f Long's power In his home state Is that the larger maturities total to the administration's 4\\
Chicago and adopted a program return flight Lawson administered point ,future. ?
!f: of desired legislation that In- fast waning. In the first place, he has about $372,000,000, but smaller maturities program.
insulin five times, under telephoned orders
cludes a six-hour been unable to obtain any recognitionIn probably will add another $100-
working day for the from Doctor Du Vernet' The .book will be Mr. Roosevelt's
million or more railway workers In the the matter of federal patronage.And 000,000, and buying of rails and rolling second. His first"Looking Forward"

t country as a means of increasing em- the senate committee's Investigation stock might put the railroads' expen- -was-publIshed last :March. '
ployment. of the election of Long's colleague ditures for the year far higher. Jones Doctor in a Tractor -

A. F. Whitney, presIdent' the Senator Overton, uncovered a mentioned -a figure of $2,300,000,000.Most Arrives Before Stork Roosevelt Cables
:. Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, most unsavory mess,the odor of which of the roads are asking the

who acted as chairman at the meet- offends Louisiana folk. Only a few corporation to advance.half of the ma- Helena, 'Mont.-Dr. David T. Berg, Hull Congratulations

Ing, estimated that a six-hour day days ago Mayor T. S. Walmsley of turities planning to pay a portion of mounted on a tractor, raced the stork Montevideo Uruguay.-Cordell J j

would cost the railroads of the coun- New Orleans announced that he had the bond Issues In cash and the remaInder and won. Forced to abandon his mo- Hull ;

try $300,000,000 annually. The raIl. definitely broken with the "kingfish," with new bonds. tor car on the way to the snowboundt secretary of state of the United States,

roads themselves have estimated the and others of ,his prominent adherents wn of Lincoln, he climbed onto a received the congratulations of the

probable cost at twice that amount, have followed suit. HOWE, known as "the sage of tractor and finished the last 25 miles a President for his work as head of the -...
he admitted. ED delegation to the seventh PanAmerican
r' Potato Hill," is eighty-one years few minutes before a, nine-pound babygirl

TV/TAJ. Gen. Edward L. King, U. S. A., Fold, so he is retiring to enjoy the leIsure arrived at the home of Mr. and conference. :
R A PTER receiving a report from LVJcommander Mrs. "You have shown our neighborsthat \
an of the Fourth corps he always has desired. It was an Pete Clausen. '
; investigating committee headed area, died your ideals and mine are not emp-
suddenly In Atlanta, Ga. nounced at AtchIson, Kan., thatHowe's
l- by Robert S. Lynd, the ty words," Mr. Roosevelt cabled him.
consumers' advisory He
was a graduate of
.; West Point andserved Monthly, for 22 years his per-: King of Siam to Be
board
of the :NRA recommended -' In France Mr. Hull left for Buenos Aires on

"1 ed standards the establishment board of a consumers' war earning many during decorations the World He sonal mation organ," has of discontinued"Indignation publication.The and infor-. Guest of Roosevelt his return to the United States., .

_' with the development that'would of be charged also fought in Cuba In the war with veteran journalist and philosopherIs Bangkok, Siam.-The king and queen
means of en-
forcing accurate' labeling. Among the Spain. spending! the winter in Miami, Fla. of Slam are expected to return to the Mikado Opens Diet;

articles named as needing quality grading United States shortly and reliable Big War Funds SeenTok.o
k are gasoline, razor blades and chil REALTY and personal property fl RANCE'S worst railroad disaster quarters said they have been Invitedas

r dren's shoes. Legitimate Industry, In for state purposes, have [ made Christmas a time mourning White House guests of Presidentand Japan.-Emperor HIrohito

#, the opinion of the board, Is encounter- been abolished by the state government Instead of joy there.: Two hundredand Mrs. ,Roosevelt In Washington. opened a diet session at which are expected -

Ing destructive competition from un- of Illinois. The step was taken one men, women and children perished i to be approved the largest
'
t' : ; ethical producers who are reducing the after state officials decided a 2 per when the Paris-Strasbourg flyer Ten Families Flee peace-time defense- appropriations In

:.- quality of their products to'fill the gap cent tar on retail sales, with perhaps crashed into the Nancy express at full Japan's history. t ;-

,,' In their profits caused by enforcement some help from liquor taxation, would speed at Pomponne, about 15 miles Green Bay FlamesGreen Thousands stood in brilliant sun- :a'

: ,. of NRA wage and employment stand- be adequate to replace the $35,000- from Paris. The accident happened shine along the route taken by the "
ththree.story
Bay WIs.-Fire destroyed
ards. 000 levied annually In recent years on during a dense fog. In the number of procession of state from the palace ,
.
Ir:: Administrator Hugh S. Johnson was general property. dead this disaster was second only to building of the Oldenburg- to the parliament building. There the

busy trying to clear 'up the situation This action Is notable as the first one at Gretna Green, Scotland, In Krippner furniture store. Ten families emperor: reading from a rescrfpt declared
concerning the cleaners and 1915 In which 227 were killed. living In an adjoining building
dyers. complete substitution of a sales tax persons the session open.
UHf western Newspaper Union. were forced out of their homes.

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THE CLEWISTON .f NEWV& ,FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1934
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.. black -velvet- :,-'.bows,, and.. .she'd been t,'Adequate Shelterto DULL ENGLISH "ORATORS"The

QUEEN) using cheap perfumery. But'she historic feat of the late duke

;1. f arr Frai\cesParlcinsotti danced like';a featherweight t. angel,.nnd Save the Feed of Devonshire In yawning to the delight -

she was a raving, tearing beset You of Disraeli, in the middle of his

AMINE'SLACE don't often seem' ,b1ond'\Hh! any pep, own maiden speech In the house of
1 Kctjesf but she had it. Now" do you know commons, is generally reckoned

: whom I mean 7" Live Stock Quarters ShouldBe unique of its kind. Actually, how-

1t1$' J "I've known whom you' meant all Suitable; Can Be ever, it has been beaten by Sir Guy
along," lisped' Roy, enjoying, his little Fleetwood Wilson, who retired some
f" t 1pi joke "It's Anne Chamberlain. She's Built of Straw.By years ago from the office of finance
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f. over there by the table n'ow, drinking minister of the council of India. The
lemonade." W. A. Foster Agricultural Engineering occasion in
\ question was when Sir
Dept., University of Illinois.
tr.?, "Come on," said NeaL briefly. .. 1VMJ Service. Guy was required to answer the crit-

r.;'. The necessary formalities consumedvery I As crop production is adjusted closer icisms on his first budget before the
little time. At the end of them and closer to domestic needs there will viceroy's legislative council. "It was

Neal asked to see Anne's program be less feed to waste, and this means on March 29, 1909," Sir Guy relates

\ i "I'm awfully sorry It's all filled.. that the ,$139,000,000 worth of livestock "and the day was abnormally hot and

r "Nonsense !I" on farms will have to be given close, even for that time of the :year

"It Is really," she said, blushing. adequate shelter; in Calcutta. Partly owing to the

"Anne's program is always filled," Poorly sheltered stock cannot make heat, ,but largely no ,doubt owing to

: ;; 'ott her partner corroborated. the most of the feed it eats. Then, the wearisome, effect of my first at-

r, lE f Pk.lcawCv" S>rRVLCE'Cup "But I wish It wasn't," she added', too, there is the added waste und spoil- tempt at oratory, one by one every

blushing more deeply still. age that comes when live stock feed, single member present went to sleep;

; SYNOPSIS they.had had time to exchange a dozen There was not the slightest doubt. ing is done without proper protection. and it Is the simple truth that after

words, and they immediately lost sightof of her sincerity. Neal regarded her This Is'especially important becauseall .\ while I actually fell asleep in the

->n a, mood.of disappointment, through herS each ,other In the maze, of the with amusement. feed crops were poor. Further course of the delivery of my statement.
Inability, due to the selfishness of her family "grand right and left" When the "What shall we do about It'?" he' more, the trend now is toward the ad- ."

y to put finishing touches to her costume for a whistle blew for the second time, asked. Justment of live stock production, as
long-anticipattd country dance Anne Cham- found herself "I don't know." well as of If farmers are to Dr. Picrce's Pleasant Pellets the
:; bet lain is irritated by the stolidity and lack of Anne facing a stranger; crops. are original -
imagination displayed by her escort George sensed, instinctively: who it must be, "Well, I do. I'm going to ask the conserve what live stock they do pro little liver pills put up 60 years ago.
.}: Hildreth (points be shares with most of her : and was caught up swiftly and swung band to add two more extras. Andthey'll duce and put higher quality productson They regulate liver and bowels.-Adv.

acquaintances visitor in the community : Into a quick-step without the exchangeof both be mine. Don't forget." the market, they cannot neglect the
Neal Conrad yo'mg lawyer, is to be the Incentive
"sensation" of the evening, and Hildreth is a word.It "I shan't," said Anne ecstatically. sheltering of their animals. ,
vaguely jealous. was-only a minute, of course, before "What do you usually do during the Some shelter 'can be provided with Love of money has been said to

the man spoke to her. But ID Intermission?" .- nothing more' than a straw pile In the be "the root of 'all prosperity."

CHAPTER I-Continued that minute she became crowdingly 'Vhy-I wait for It to be over.", feed lot. It breaks the wind and fur-

conscious of a number of strange sen "Of course. But where?", nishes some overhead shelter during

-4---" sations. lie was so'startllngly differ- "Right here" she replied with growing driving storms. Better than the straw I for II
: "I'\e an extra one, cheerfully volunteered -
t_ ent from any of the men she knew. bewilderment."The pile Is'the straw shed, which may be
; Austin's, younger brother, His hair-cut was different, and his ', worst place you could think of built at a small outlay of time. BiliOUSNESSSour
'c Thomas., who had. joined the group. '
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collar, and his tie, the shape of his Why don't you come and sit 'It''out Forked poles cut from timber and set stomach
"That's right, let's start all over again.
,blue serge coat, the texture of his with me in my motor?" as posts will support poles, brush and
:'. I want the' Schottish, Anne, 'there's no and headache =
spotless white, trousers. He had a "Where? straw for a straw shed. While such gas
,- one dances it so, good as you. And the _
Portland Fancy. And the secoId square Jaw and square shoulders ; and "In my motor. The: horseless car- sheds a"re not permanent, they should E: due.fo.

he held her so easily, yet so firmly riage, you know." l last for two years and may be rebuilt
waltz Hello "
;_, Roy. so' closely. He did not seem in the Anne hesitated. Such a suggestionhad easily. ,. The saving In manure ,will
Hello
; "Hello,yourself. Anne. -least concerned because they had never certainly never ,been made In,Ham. more than pay for the time in build- CONSTIPATION.
r "Oh, Roy, I'm ever so glad to see
It :
before because the first
met, or at a loss to know how to talk stead was
you !t It's ages since you've been ing.Then
to her. I time that anyone had stopped, .there there Is 'the open shed which

down.' -j But "What, fun this kind of a dance Is "with' a horseless carriage.; Therefpre is open to the south, and, ,east. This C
"I know. I'Ae been '
awfully! Gets every ,one, acquainted, the very she had; no' precedent for ,either accepting permits live stock the freedom to : alotahs
busy / ,Say, what have you got for a '
: the
feller?" first thing-I'm Neal Conrad, a friendof or declining i Invitation. come and go as It pleases. 'By the ,use
1 Roy Griffin's-I'm visiting him." But she"knew :perfectly: well that local of plenty of straw, 'these open sheds
"There doesn't seem to be much left
N -- but a '"Paul Jones.' ,; "I-I thought you must be Neal Con etiquette 'demanded she ,should refuse can be made an excellent shelter for TRADE MARK REC.
rad. I've known Roy a long time. He "Fine," said Neal heartily, quite a* .the feed bunks., They keep the feed
'. "Shucks Well, I'll'take that, and I, 11O
promised to introduce you to me." If she hatf given him a'swiftly affirmative dry until it is eaten and save con- i
t how abut the first extra? "
} ': "Fine." "Well, I should hope so 1 I'd be ter answer."i'il' come' for you. Now, siderable, spoilage and wind loss. iCOUGHS
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; I must and'spe k' to' the band"Th'ti 55
ribly disappointed if he didn't. go
:;w:;{ ; "I've 1Q1' a friend here, I want him '
." ,fo, meet ydu." "But there wasn't time before the ::first of the extras; which, without Bull' ,Needs.' Good Yard

"I'd love to." party began," Anne went on, completing :thefslightest apparent difficulty: be
''' her sentence as she had Intended succeeded in persuading the band to 'apd' Some Playthings"The
"fl"; ,' :"I'll g.el him-right away-" ,
Inter- interpolate, came Just before the In old, 'A bull Is
; : But the ,Walla'cetown band had be- before this astonishing. person saying, a necessary -
:: gun to, pl,1, F the,strains of. the opening rupted her. termission. It was a waltz-"The nuisance' :; need not be true If a Don't let them get a strangle

_ '._: ', waltz.. :Even Anne's ,independence of "We must make up for lost time now Beautiful Blue Danube. Anne had farmer has:-a,safe bull yard and breed- hold. Fight germs quickly. Creo-

if:!: spirit did'-not permit her to questionGeorge's" then-darn it I There goes that never heard it before, and when she Ing stall,", says, Prof. A. M. Goodman 'mulsion combines 7 major helps in

" :;',,>= right to that, without an In- whistle !" .asked Neal its name, he looked 'at her of the New" York ,"State College of Agriculture one. Powerful but harmless. Pleas..

_' ,' >< stant's delay. She rose, shaking down ,"You said this kind of a dance was again with unconcealed amusement as ant to take. 'No narcotics. Your own
" laugh'inglightly. he told her. Avill confine the druggist: is 'authorized to refund
-- her skirts, and thrusting her program great fun.! exclaimed Anne,, A good bull-yard '
" .;: into..:her sash, slipped: into his arms: "It. was written by quite a famous bull safely and provide shelter ,from your money on the spot if your .J

, .,'-:,: ,', But she smiled back at ',the deserted "Well, I've changed my mind. It'sa Austrian composer-Strauss.,' The best bad weather; itill keep the bull cough or' cold is not relieved by i
"_: ,\ 'group' over her shoulder. She was darned poor, kind of a .dance. We thing he ever did. Listen to It, don't strong and virile by allowing him a Creomulsion. (adv.) 'f

;:<'J; 'perfectlysatisfied.: Roy, she .knewfwould were Just getting, nicely startedbutI'll talk, and dance it. If you've never chance, for exercise; It will facilitate
> waltzed to it before, you don't know
not forget.. see ;you later. herd breeding.The .
., ,." : ., .. .' The grand right and'left had already I I what, dancing can be." yard should be constructed. BLACKMAN
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r:;; CHAPTER- lIThe begun again. They took their places :. She had never known before what good 'posts, nine feet long, set in the ::

: in it tardily, and Anne, at !least, self dancing could be That was true ground three feet and extending above

< consciously. It was accounted noth- enough, whatever the music was, far the ground six feet. Rough planks,

=; second' dance was the "Paul ing short of a crime to hold it up, and truer than he guessed. Or did he poles, or other strong, cheap material STOCK and POULTRY

Jones," and Roy came promptly to she knew it George, as she approached guess? She hoped he did not-feared should be used for the fence, which Medicines are Reliable

Anne's side 'as soon as the music for It him, showed a face as blackas he did-then longed to tell him so her should be spiked to the posts on the

r began. Roy was not especially popular, a thunder cloud. When the "Paul self. But she was speechless. A :inside, or the side next to the bull.A O Blackman's Medicated Lick-
,
being branded! as "stuck up." He had Jones" ended, she admitted that she silence no less Insidious than the breeding rack in a good breeding A-Brik

gone to Harvard, and had graduatedfrom was thirsty and: turned with him to sensuous strains of the singing melody stall, the entrance of which Is con- o Blackman's Stock Powder

the law school there as well as the lemonade table. bound her. She could not break it, not trolled by a gate, Is of vital Im o Blackman's Cow Tonic

1 : completing his academic course with Neal Conrad meanwhile had soughtout even when, at the last lingering bars, portance."A .o Blackman's CharMedSalfor

considerable success. He was an only his host without delay, and taken his encircling arm tightened- for an bull will take more exercise If ( Host)

child, and had inherited a comfortable him Impatiently aside. instant and then relaxed. Its hold, and he, is given something to play with," O Blackman's Poultry Tablets

fortune from ,his father, a prosperous I "Who's that girl I danced with the she felt his fingers on her bare elbow, suggests Professor Goodman. A keg, o Blackman's Poultry Powder ;

,, hardware dealer, who had been immensely first time the whistle blew? I didn't guiding her lightly. a log, or a steel drum, he says, will
proud of him, and had wanted ,even have time to get her name.' She "Out this way. To the left: under encourage the bull to move about. Or Highest Quality Lowest Price

k; him to have "advantages." It was owing said she'd known you a long time and those maple trees. Let me help you. place a strong post six feet tall In the Satisfaction Guaranteed or

: to his father's'death that he had that you had promised to present me. The seat Is rather high." middle of the yard and to the top of your money back.

returned to Wallacetown, and settled I wish you'd hurry up and do It" (What was the,magic In those strong, this fasten a chain about two feet BUY FROM YOUR DEALER

there to practice, In order that his "I've known all the girls here a long white hands, so different from any long. To the lower end of the chain

mother, who was too old to be up- time, and rye promised all of them hands that had ever touched her before fasten a keg or old milk can. The BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.;

r rooted from her native element, need that I'd Introduce you to them. You're ?) hull will play, with this by the hour. Chattanooga, Tenn. '
not be left alone. He was a good son, the event of the evening." "Do you mind If I smoke?"

and a good; citizen, and he was rapidly "This girl," continued Neal, "had on "No."

pro'Ving himself to be a good lawyer. an awful pink dress trimmed with (TO BE CONTINUED.) Grain for Dairy AnimalsThe EAT'EM UP WILDCATS "

But he was insignificant-looking slight .. 1N1iN1N1. 1 1 1 .._..._-..-1.:..1.-1.-1.-.1._....1 N 1.....n.NIN 1 N 1.N N!1 N!1 N 1 M 1.N N 1,..!1..1!..1!..1.!..!..1!..1!..!1..!..!1..!1..!1...!..!1..!1..1.1..1..!...........................n....._...N...,. I right amount of grain to feed -' rz? See ourfamons corduroy Colleeo Knockabout
; ly built and anemic. He : ,
lisped dairy animals during the winter SeJackotsatthobiggames
S a little. Anne liked him, becauseI I Itch an Old Curse, Still Remains I months depends upon the amount of fi'r'ombroidored..;, Tigers,Bulldogs Bears with _

: : ;:..' he lent her books, and talked with, her milk the animal Is producing and to a 4. Your Rams name etc.class on back.year.nndletteronfront. ,

: about the glimpses of the''' great world Itch was one of the ten curses cast On the other hand, the patient may lesser extent upon the 'breed, accord- school colors-84.96.. All
which he had had. And he liked Live wir agent wanted for your school _
ani-
upon Egypt, and well it might be adjudged benefit substantially from general con. Ing to one authority. With Jersey THE COLLEGE EMBLEM SHOP Detroit Mich.
Anne, recognizing her beauty and mals less than ten pounds
a curse, says a writer In the stitutional treatment Care as to per producing
: brains and spirit But she did not stir
of milk should be fed. Where
sonal no grain
::. St Louis Post-Dispatch. hygiene, moderation In the use
:' J: : : his :senses, and he felt himself slightly ,Severe types of this malady may of ,alcohol and tobacco and scrupulous the production Is above ten pounds BUSINESS RHYMES AND COMMERCIAL '\1'
; : above her he STORIES \\AMED.: Particulars tree.
though was careful of shouldbe
of grain
,:' r"- lead, to far-reaching Irritation and to cleanliness can all contribute to the six-tenths a pound ECONOMY: SERVICE
-<- :" ; ', m'9re careful'than he was toward many such serious consequences as Insomniaand amelioration of the condition. added to the ration for each poundof 714 So. Coy Street, Kansas: City, Kans. ..iiJ
.' other persons-not to let her see this. milk' produced In excess of the
:'F.F. melancholy. Medically the condition may b ;
.. The Chamberlains, were a "shiftless Irritability and the loss of temperon helped by lotions, salves and powders ten pounds. The grain supplement is ,.
., lot" and the thrifty Griffins looked from this
't. one-tenth'
about
trifling occasions, with the patient properly prescribed to fit the Individual reduced
down upon all such. It did not occur becoming morbid and morose, are not case.Insects amount for Guernseys producing more ,,i
to them that good could come out of the sufferers of Itch. ':) than 12 pounds a day, and onefourthfor !i
Y Nitz uncommon among
reth. Itch, or pruritus, as !It Is technically Show Intellect; Holsteins producing 1C pounds a it stu ,
Into the Griffins' well-ordered house- day. The grain ration of course Is tiY
affect various eyec9y' hdout
designated, may parts
hold, Neal Conrad burst without warning Have Persuasive PowersBees dependent upon a plentiful supply of y yy Yutscb at9h tlef
of the body. ps
: He was "motoring through" to can be taught to select boxes good legume hay, otherwise the grain Get est0 lbet i eyp ter< .bS
see some wealthy clients of his own, The causes of pruritus are many containing sugar by their color; butterflies ration ,will have to be Increased. &** >$>?& .
who were spending the summer in the and varied. It may be, associated with can distinguish betwen apple Ss&S&S&Z.Itching .0:,

mountains, and "simply had to see constitutional disturbances It such as juice, and other liquids by touching Preparing for WindbreaksFarmers s.,he ork onttithe .\
be
good old Hoy. When they recovered diabetes and gout. may pro- them with their feet and one form of ,att0 ,llDa "y
from, the first shock of his unheralded voked by local organic conditions, suchas ant will respond to high staccato notes intending to plant young m why" ,
In windbreaks and shelter beltson
a arrival, and the further shock of the boils. from a violin. Such are some of the' trees
discovery that he intended to spend Other, causes may be colitis, constipation examples of highly developed Insect their, farms next spring can do 1 5pM0o, -.
: and certain food articles. Itch- much to Insure the success of their
several days with them senses described '
they accepted by an entomologist
E-; his presence with a mild Joy and 'a Ing may also he due to pus Infectionsof "Many Insects are so highly organ- plantings by fallowing the ground ,
the skin and to fungi of the ring- where the trees are to be planted, for
satisfaction, that was by no means ized, he said, "that I feel compelledto
=y mild Neal "had a way with him," and worm type. credit them with faculties at leastIn the remainder of the season. This
i4r-. =- he "was making a name for himself." There are certain types of pruritusIn some degree more advanced than suggestion is made by R. B. Ford, as- 'SKIN IRRITATIONS ::y;
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This which none of the aforementioned sistant in the forestry department of "
Important combination was difficult mere unconscious responses. Ants chafing
It of eczema, ringworm,
the Colorado Agricultural college.
to resist ; after he had gone, It I causes can be discovered. Such cases can recognize each other, and distinguish be listedIn pimples, minor burns,etc.,quickly
the soil
is recommended- that
would be agreeable to refer to him, then are attributed to disease of the members of a rival colony. They
casually but frequently, In conversa- nerves and their terminal endings In can Induce others to Join them In some the plains region so It will collect '
for the use of trees, Resinol
and hold moisture ,
tion with the neighbors.Roy the skin. apparently purposeful action." Dis-
time provide a check
and the
had 'meant to tell Anne some- The treatment of pruritus must necessarily cussing the eyes of insects he said at same
thing about his'"guest as they twirled take Into consideration Its that In the eye' of the butterfly there 'agaInst soil blowing. Trees, planted In

-'r. about together; but the whistle blew' possible causes. These wherever pos might be 5,000 Independent components newly plowed ground or sod usually WNU- 1-34
'ti for the forming of the ring before sible must be removed and remedied. do not do well It Is stated.
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.. ... ...................... I tion with at less GOATS ARE SENT .
Clewiston News .:..:..:..:..::: :. : :.:.: : : : : : : : : : : private industry
The TOO LATE TO than cost, of production and mails I TO. VENEZUELA

Published every Friday' in Clewiston, tons of hooey under the free ,,',
the CLEWISTON NEWS, RAMBLINGS. CLASSIFYBY frank-\I
Florida, by ing privilege, for the LaBelle, Fla., Jan. 11."-A pair

Inc. waste-basket manufacturers. I f Goodno's goats, sold for $160 f.o.b.
Keathley Bowden, Editor .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..) : LaBelle, are on ,their way to Venezuela .

Two concerns that are doing their And now comes Mr. Jones, (notPuddin' In part of the program of that
attractive RUSSELL KAY head) but John Page of country to provide milk for the na:
bit to make;: Clewiston a more -
Entered as second class mail mat- Clermont and makes formal an- tives. As dairy cows do not thrive in'J-
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post place in which to live and nouncement that he expects to bea that country, a representative was i :

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under do business arc the Clewiston Motor .I you happen to be settin' 'round candidate for the United States sent to the United States to secure

tho Act of March 3, 1897. Company and Alston's Drug Store. ')'in' to find somethin' to brood over Senate against Mr. Tr mmell. some goats that might be suited. ,to
be thrilled to know the climate and conditions.The .
.u'll probably
The motor company property is ) Up until a couple of days ago
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. most attractive just now; and makes tuat this is Florida Poultry Week. John was holdin' down a professor'schair pair finally selected from Mr.
Advertising rates on application. one wonder why more of us don't I don't know who hatched the ideas at the University of Tampa andseems' Goodno's ranch near LaBelle are: r
give more time and attention to out :, why they decided to pullet rightat what a break college professors Nubian goats, imported from northeast -
ward appearances. The south side of this time but I suppose it is part have been gettin' in Washington I Africa by the Hei\dry county

Devoted to the advancement and the gray stucco building is adorned fo the administration's program to lately, he figures this ought to stock breeder. These goats are much

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry with towering purple and red bou- help the laymen. be his "big moment". larger than the ordinary variety, and

County. ganvillea in full bloom. The triangular Well any guy with a nest egg now Well, let's see. There's Park with their native country. in 'Egypt

lot in the rear that is the usual days has a right to crow about it.Ever Trammell, Claude Pepper Cary Lan- and Abyssinia, it is believed that they .
automobile Humpty-Dumpty sat on will adapt .themselves easily to the
since
dumping, ground at all : dis, Hortense Wells and now John
The old fashioned clinging vine dealers for such old and worthless the Wall Street the folks who had Page Jones. It looks like we are goin'to conditions of Venezuela.

has become rambling flame vine- chassis and other parts as must be all their eggs in one basket have have another one of those stam-

Clcrmont Press. Just keeping abreastof disposed of is enclosed with a neat been out of luck. pedes like the last governor's melee. Lake Okeechobee folks are getting

the times. steel fence now resplendent with While there may be some poor I Ambition's a great thing. Wonderif spoiled for ordinary machinery after

not flame vine. Poinsettias and other eggs who need to have ,a special I the State Racing Commission will watching the many large dredges at ;
John Page ( Paul) Jones has shrubs are also set around this en week set aside in order: to" nuke 'em : be called on to examine dark horsesto work here now. A small every day

announced against Park Trammell. closure and their red blossoms add I' Ink about chickens, the average find out whether. they are dopedor sort of machine looks almost likea
Just another college professor join- to the gaiety of the sccene. guy has more trouble gettin' his not? toy in comparison. .:. '

ing the ranks. Dave Alston's is the store that I mind off of 'em.

literally shines at night. Not in the I Don't take my word for it, just
Billy Sunday, at the age of 71
most metropolitan locality can you ", stand on the corner when same chic
attired in formal cutaway, is
and find a prettier store front than this. squab is anklin' by and note how
conducting: a revival at a New York '
The neat Neon signs are very artistic ihese young cockerels start fumblin'
church. The lure of the saw-
Baptist and anyone driving down the high- with their neckties and stretchin' OH BOY PL .
trail must have boomeranged.
dust
way at night can't miss them. 'heir necks. HERE THEY o P _

Stories about Santa Claus, Indiana, * Of course I'd like to be patriotic -COME- Ita Fit

and Christmas, Florida, are getting We didn't just realize how busya and take home a chicken but some- ONE-DAY "THE SNOWON EARTII& MOMEY" AND 8LOODp ,:
about as popular during the holiday place the 'Glades section is right thin' tells me that even with Florida ONL (lIOTC HNEO) :

season as the "Yes, Virginia, There now unitl we were stopped at a rail- Poultry Week as an excuse, I couldn't ,
js a Santa Claus" of a.few years ago. road crossing around the south get away with it. After a guy gets t' -

shore of the lake by a cane trainof hea-pecked a couple of times he
A Winter Garden man has alreadylost the U. S. Sugar Corporation. We grows cautious.

his 1934 "theft-proof" auto tag were the fourth car In line on our They tell me that .the live ones

to thieves. The trick in the safety side of the crossing and when the c re cheaper, but that's a lot of hooey.

device is that the thief cannot attachit lengthy train finally passed, we were Still it does take a lot of dough to' 14 1

; to another car, but that is poor startled to find disclosed on the other dress 'em. Every time they get a IN OUR BEAUTIFUL";: 1 ,
consolation to the loser. side of the track eight cars and un it's two dollars for another pair' WATERPROOF \

trucks awaiting clearance. The traf- of socks and they require yards and "
Pahokee merchants, evidently us- ic seemed more like a city street ards of this and that and lay for BtUE GOLD .' ,

ing up that part of the alphabet re- han a highway.At you with a pen in one hand and a TENT THEATRE PRICES
President's NRA CWA
maining after ,
Canal Point, we saw another :.heck book in the other.
etc., were named, have a B and E DOT FORGET THE DATE! EM
with the p
unusual sight; a large pile of coaln So if it's just the same
store, a G and G store, a H and H ) the banks of the Palm Beach overnor and the State>-:Marketing POSITIVELY EMPHATICALIX /
store and K and J store.If 7NE LA RGEST PRETTIEST
a anal.. The coal was, for the steam Bureau, I think I'll confine my observation FASTEST STEPPING
lammer being operated on a dredge'n : of Poultry *Week to an AND BEST COSTVMEO' .q DOLTS
you've been buying eggs lately the canal building hurricane gates, \lra order of egg-plant. CHORUS MSBIGGER wTOq I
and recollect the price ,you've been ;vhich are part of the federal levee :* -r. BEiTER FUNNlER TiU1t t d
for them will understand '
paying you work on Lake 'Okeechobee. In South Florida Citrus Week will begin
why this is Florida Poultry Week. Florida a pile of ,coal, even in Jan- January 22 and during this period Y c

It's a kind of special celebration be- uary is a very unusual sight. til good 'citizens are expected to ffl1ll\\
ing put on by poultrymen-a sort
.at and attend the Florida
oranges
We made another.,discovery on the
cf week of thanksgiving.Your '
return trip. Clewiston, like New Orange Festival at Winter Haven.

York, Miami and other prominent P'anager' '' Guthrie tells 'me this
deposit is 100 percent insured :- exposition :' '- be a' -
vpar's is goin'- to
cities, has 'a sky-line. If you are
by the United States governmentif doubtful take a good look the next wow. With Jack from the govern- &.ADIELS grPSE E: THIS DATE !!!
it is in the First Bank of Clewis- ( ACCOMPANIED BY ONE PAID ADULT TICKET) / 1
time, you are driving: in town from ment, a Queen from a beauty. contest, *
ton. So dig out your,socks and sugar SO MANY GIRLS YOU WONT BE ABLE TO COUNT EM?
and it certainly'
the east. It's the most promising and King oranges, oughtto
bowls, dig up the money that you've prosperous sky-line you can imagine.On be a royal layout to say, the, least. DOORS OPEN 7:15 P.MrOV RTUREl-KP.H hoarded away. Put it in the bank, '* *
the north is the "fleet" of
it will be safe for you and will be drag- {
line dredges, steam-hammers and so T see where Mr. Farley announces '4t
in circulation to the benefit of all
forth, that are working on the lake postal deficit of $112,374,382. .,,-. ."- -
concerned_ shore.: Far to the south the U. S. That's a lot of red ink or; red tape

Sugar Corporation's' house or somethin'; but it isn't surprisin'
Digging skeletons of Indians from sugar CLEWISTON ONE. NIGHT ONLY
dominates the landscape. In between when you consider the fact that the ,
mounds is an interesting process, but
so far as we have been able to learnwe are rows of graceful.Australian pines, Post Office Department continues to Wednesday Jan. 17th. Location: Next To City Hall
with which Clewiston's streets are mint and sell envelopes in competi- ,
don't know what good the work
lined. The pines have reached
a
will accomplish for the recovery of
height that make them visible for
the nation.-Cocoa Tribune. Just

anyone of the workmen, jingling miles. The whole is a very pretty .s '1' :1. ;

money in his pocket, can tell youit and pleasing picture..

is doing its bit in the general recovery * U An. Attractive Clewiston Home U

program. Fully as much as We felt sorry for Bill Roy's bill

cutting weeds anyway. posters this week. They were hik- s .. .. .
ing all over town, hunting places to We Helped BuildWe i
Florida extends sympathy to Mis- post their bills. Clewiston has almostno i :!: :!: ::

sissippi mothers, school officials and unsightful fences, garages and y yy

citizens, who were deeply grievedby bill boards such as are a great boonto .. 'S's'y .}.

the school bus tragedy in that bill posters. There's only one vac- :: ''s.. r. .s'.s.'t..

state a few, days ago. May we all ant store room, so you can imagine y yy

learn from these recent experiences how much trouble they had tryingto .s. 's.' : '.y:' .

thai: too much care cannot be takento post bills. y yy yy

obtain the safest possible drivers * ?! yy
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for school buses. :
,.\ Speaking of shows reminds us of yy
the bright sayings that Paul Deam's yy
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St. Petersburg celebrated a rare youngsters pulled when they visited yy

:LL day January 8th. The sun failed to the circus recently. Johnnie, ,aged yy yy +

's shine before three o'clock in the I "going on three' saw the elephant .. t-' '.,, yy.. /-\
afternoon and the Independent, ac wrap his trunk around a tree. "look, 's .;. -, : .s.: .. .' "
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cording to custom established in 1910 Daddy," he exclaimed "he's got his ::: ': :

; gave its daily issue away. The lecorc' mouth around that tree." Not to be ,:. x t : ; "j .

for the 23 years is 113 free issuesan outdone, Bobbie, who is just past i y f !t i yy yt
average of five a St. four watched the ... y .
year. Peters- elephant diligentlyand :s: :s: :.
burg deserves the title Sunshine later explained to the family how I I .S..S. 'S. .' 3, '.S" ',...
='c-: City. the animal drank water. "He drinks y t yf

\ with his nose and then puts his nose 1 1 Vy
jj., DAD in his mouth" said Bobbie. Those .1. .t' .' .:

kids are full of wisecracks.In .y. ..r.y 4
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He may wear last year's straw hat fact, the Deam family must bea .

-, his finger-nails may need manicuring. sort of trick family. Mr. and Mrs. ..I ..'s.;.. xJ Y I;. :I ,:
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his vest
may hang a little loose and Deam started from their home in .1. '.
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his pants may bag at the knees; his West Palm 'Beach to the show last ., '.:.. .!,:'

I face may show signs of a second week end, and wanted to drive out .. .::. f. ..t".s. ,'
day's growth, but don't you call him to Riviera .. 's. + + 7 I '
first. While hurrying .:. .. Y'u W .'Y.. : .s' '::
i' "The Old Man." He's your father. along the road, they heard some .. .. .. .t; "
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i ; a w
cam
For he has I y xp 1 y k wf y
years been rushing pedestrians whom they passed say .. < : y x w, .. .t;
around to get things "look .. .z.. .. .. .
together. Never at that chicken." Over in : .:.
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once has he failed to do the right Riviera, they heard the same exclamation 't.? yy :
thing by you. He thinks you are the Mr. Deam complimented his :'

greatest boy on earth, bar none, even wife on her appearance and Mrs. 5'' i YI
,' though you plaster your hair back, Deam said "No, they weren't talking

and wear fail smart to bring clothes home, smoke a cent.cigarettes He's about to investigate me." So, the and Deams found got a white down n Can Help You To Own A Home

the man who won the love and life hen perched precariously on the II

partnership of the greatest womanon bumper. It was a hen that Mr. Deam
earth, ,your mother. He is "some had taken over for the ,
family 'n- ''f. Home Association
Clewistonr
Building
man I and not the "old man." ner; she had gone to roost on tl 1 ffy
If you win as good a wife as he bumper and had somehow sA.
did, you will have to go some.-The hang mapagedto .; .
on during the thirty or tnrh'minute ): : }
Art..of. Living Successfully ..
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George W. Lukins, of Lukins Construction nights, he was afterward an hungered.

company, has returned to And when the tempter came, to

Mention Clewiston after spending the holi- him, he said, If thou be the son of t

days with his family in Baltimore. God, command that these stones be 5 K a4 fr '

made bread. ,

A. L. Hackett motored to Miami Professor M. Victorm of the Uni- But he answered and said, it is
I .
! ': Sunday: versity of Montreal, and A. A. Pre- written, Man shall not live by bread

I fontaine of St. Petersburg, Florida, alone but .bye every word that pro-,

I : C. W. MacDonald was a business were business visitors here this week. ceedeth out of the mouth of God.
'
i :' visitor in Belle Glade Tuesday. I Then the devil taketh him up into

; '' Miss Eva Mae Greene of Plant ': the holy city, "and setteth him on a

. .: J. A. 'McGehee transacted business City, and Miss Gertrude Balasok of pinnacle of the temple, And saith

,,1 in Fort Myers-Tuesday. Arcadia, returned to CJewiston Sun- unto him, If thou be the Son of

. :t.h: ; day to resume teaching in the local God, cast thyself down: for it is
'- ." .
: D. S;' Williams was a business school. written, He shall give his angels

.ti visitor in Fort Myers Friday.Mr. charge concerning thee: and in their

Miss Mary L. McCrane arrived this hands they shall bear thee up, lest

: and Mts. C. D. Peace, of Jack- week from West Palm Beach and is at any time thou dash thy ,foot

: sonville, are spending the week here. making her home at the Inn. Miss against a stone. Jesus said unto him,

McCrane is employed in the office of It is written again, Thou shalt not nufb6 1 a t r r .

Ray Rogers of Miami, was a busi- E. H. Latham Company. tempt the Lord thy God.*

ness visitor Clewiston Wednesday. Again the devil taketh him up intoan ,- --

x Lilburn Griffin left Sunday for exceeding high mountain, and Bi iroy's Comedians great musical comedy organization of
Mrs. Emma Schultz was a business West Palm Beach where he has '
em- all white players
sheweth him all the kingdoms of the carry sixty-five people
visitor in West Palm Beach-Tuesday.l ployment In a dry cleaning establish- Famous Beauty Chorus presenting
world, and the glory of them And a regular play and
ment. Mrs. J. A. McGehee and children
saith unto him, All these things willI fifteen vaudeville acts. Ladies, accompanied -
; ; Mrs. W. M., Redelsheimer and'son, drove to West Palm Beach to
by
give thee, if thou wilt fall down one paid adult ticket,
Billy; spent. the week-end in Miami. take him over. and worship: me. Then 1 saith Jesus Not all, gentle readers, but just a will be admitted absolutely free. The

unto him, Get thee hence,-Satan: for few of the many beautiful girls that doors open at 7:15 p. m. Overtureat
Robert "Poor of LaBelle, was a LOCAL DRUG STORE comprise' the chorus of Billroy's I 7:45
it is written, Thou shalt ,worshipthe p. m. by the Palais Royale
business visitor in Clewiston Tuesday. WILL GIVE PRIZES Lord thy God, and him only Comedians, "The Greatest Show on I Orchestra and the curtain rises at

.. shalt thou serve. Earth for the Money," who play a 8:15 p, m. sharp. The big tent, seat

C. K. Lalor of Miami, was transacting Dave Alston, proprietor of Alston's Then the devil leaveth him, and, one night only engagement in Clewis- ing three thousand people will be

business in Clewiston Tues Drug Store, announces this week behold, angels came and ministered' ton next Wednesday, Jan. 17. This located next to the City Hall.

day ,: -:- that he will give away a new Austincar unto him."
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and two other prizes to cus- -

It is said the "Wilderness" was a Haven and Clewiston Railroad Com- .:.............. . . >
Dir and Mrs Frank M. Exley of tomers of his ,store. wild, desolate tract of land in east- : : : : : : :NNNNNNNNN. ....NN. .NN. .NNN. .N..
-s.
pany across said Sections
Savannah, spent two days here this With each purchase of twentyfivecents 7 and 8;:
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Judea west of the river WANTED
ern just all
of Sections 17 18 19
20
: week.Mrs.'. I 21,
will be given a ticket bearinga y
:4 I Jordan. Tradition says the "Wilderness" 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 and +: NICELY DRESSED 'VILD'.Z::
I number. A ticket bearing the same included Mount Quarantania 34, all in Township 43 ,South, Range 's .'Z-.
C.:. CKlutts: of Moore Haven, | number will be placed in a box in near Jericho. The words "Led up of 34 East; ..t.. RABBITS 's'

1/1' >' was business visitor in Clewiston \ the store and at a later date (to be the spirit-to "be tempted of the EXCEPT land released from the + V. L. PHILLIPS :x:

Tuesday. I announced soon) a public drawingwill devil" are said to indicate that God lien of said mortgage as is more ':' MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA ::i

be held. The holder of the first gave satan the privilege of tempting, particularly shown' in Mortgage .:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

,) Mrs. Clyde;Egley spent Tuesday In.! number will receive, free, a new or testing, Jesus, and that satan could Satisfaction Book 1, pages 280 and

: Azucar,:visiting her sister, Mrs. T. Austin car, the second number drawn assume a personality. It is said that 495; Public Records of Hendry Watches Clocks ,J01

' will be awarded a complete Philco "To the satan is County, Florida, Jewelry
: Griffith W.I deny ,personalityv-jtf
: Jewelry
.', ,,' Auto radio; and to the holder of the to deny the scriptures.", The devil to satisfy said decree and all costs.ALLENOLEMENTS. ,Repairing ,: I

.:: C. J. Jonterman" has returned to third number drawn will get a PhilcoJr. began his, tempting words with, "If W. H. MERRITT ,__

: .; ::: Clewiston for several days to trans radio.Mr. thou be the Son of God." The devil Special Master in Chancery. WATCHMAKER & JEWELER ;

r. '-" act business Alston states that this is being always begins his arguments, withan EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER, Rear or ,'.
-'I
:; : }, ; done largely in appreciation of the "IF", or some other assumptionof First National Bank Bldg., Cleuiston Drug. Company

;r." ."", I splendid business his drug store has doubt as to God or ,his Son Jesus. Miami, Florida, CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.
7 Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
' : : Toops of Fort Solicitors for Plaintiff. '
in Clewiston, especially for It would have been entirely proper ,
,..;\\t/" Branch, Indianawere visitors here enjoyed O. Box 521
. ", ,'}," Wednesday. the year just closed. for Christ! to satisfy his hunger had No. 4C. Jan. 5,12, 19, 26; Feb. 2.
"We Are Here To
: ;'-\ >-: : 'I food been available, but, ,to performa _- Stay"J4 .
.. miracle to satisfy it would have
Mr.. and "Mrs.: H' M. X THE CIRCUIT COURT
,
," .. amounted to a renunciation of a
Lakeland spent a couple of ,days I 'tjooieon TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1\ ] : J
; tmbap real human life among men., He i ;cous'( ;
;., : at the Inn this week. f recognized the devil's suggestion to OF FLORIDA, IAND FOR i'ASCouniclor
HEXDRY
-' COUXTY, FLORIDA. ,.
make, bread of the stones as' a meansof
: and Attorney at Law
Mr.-Tand Mrs.- W. W: Hooks and temptation. : IENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDAy
'
: 7, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Munroe, motored > F. L. DUNAWAY, Dave G. Hopkins Building
; to LaBelle Sunday. Uston, Ray C. Hull, B. F. Ma-

-- JAXUARY 14, 1934 NOTICE ; gill, ,and Alto Hires, County Wednesdays and Saturdays

,,,
Commissioners of Hendry County -
Y"t:; .: R. L. Merritt of !New... ,York City, is 'Birth' of 'S I Sealed ,bids will be: received :until Florida, for the use and 9:30: to 4:00

/ spendlng--some time iri:'=Clewht_ n. _.-Subject:' and Infancy- ::8' o'clock P. :M. ,'February: ; 1954;' benefit, ,' .,,<))f JSendiy:.County,' Flor-,:',.;

:', He is located at the Inn.: .. I'Jesus.,, by: the City ,pommission of the Cityof :da' for State Road Purposes.

.. Golden Text: "Wherefore in all Clewiston, Florida, at the City Complainants. y NOWONLY vy
behooved him to be made Hall in Clewiston Florida' for, furn- Vs. ;
H. W. p.UVar..Key West, formerly i things, it ; : ,

, .. of Clewiston, has accepted a position like unto his brethren." Hebrews ishing to the City complete: fire ,fighting GEO. R. GEARRY as adminis- %
apparatus including, fire truck trator of the estate of L. Trip
here and returned to reside. 2: 17a. "-
; ) I with minimum pumping capacity of lett deceased; J. I. TRIPLETT, '
tjt .; Lesson Text: Matthew 3: 13 to 300 gallons per minute and accessories H. 'H., KERR, and MARY E. DERE
Miss"'Vilma Rhodes returned -
Sun-
,
: 4: 11. .
STRAYER
; 1000 feet standard 21E inch '> .
day from Oxford, where she spent i I Place: Jordan River, about 18 fire hose with' couplings attached; Defendants. E MILE .

: the ,holidays with her'parents.. miles N. E. o_ f Jerusalem; Time, 27 suction hose complete; leader lines; TO. THE ABOVE NAMED DE- --
I
,5' A. D. shut off nozzles; Siamese; 30 foot FENDANTS AND TO ALL WHOM e ref i:
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;arF '" Mr. and Mrs., C. F. Goodman and i For nearly.30 years Jesus had lived 1 extension ladder; 12 foot roof lad- 'IT MAY CONCERN: :p.:-
i; Mr. and Mrs. ,Russell "hidden spent at Nazareth in the province of Gali- der. The right is reserved to reject It appearing by affidavit appended ESS& aasssss=i .t.

/1" the week-end visiting in 'Miami. lee. any or, all bids. to the petition in the above entitled f ALL STATIONS ON THE]
I I BY ORDER OF THECITY COM cause that the defendants George R.
(;C.j"; John the Baptist had been
MISSION. Gearry; Administrator J. I. Triplett, COAST LINE
,
t: ;? :': Mrs Jack Ridgdill of LaBelle, 'about six months. preach-I ATLANTIC ;
ing H. H. Kerr and Mary E. Strayer
1J spent the day here Wdenesday visiting ': went (probably by M. W. BIGG, Also GREATLY REDUCED ROUND (
\,. heard of it he I II City Clerk.F. therein named are non-residents of
r ,:,t-,:, her daughter. Mrs. S. E. Whidden. divine direction) to see John and : i the State of Florida, and that the J. TRIP FARES 15- and 30-day limib.. :

\ r;' I'I: to be baptized. The first part of the D. DUFF residence and post' address of the Tickets sood in Coaches or Pullmans. _

([ lesson then begins',-"Then cometh Mayor.No. defendants Geo. R. Gearry, Adminis- ABOLISHED
5C. January 5' 12, 19, 26. PULLMAN SURCHARGE J
i;. Lieutenant and Mrs. N. L. Hemen- Jesus from Galilee to Jordan unto trator, J. I. Triplett and H. H. Kerris TICKET

;.:.';, way were guests of Dr. and Mrs. 'I'I John, ,to be baptized of him. ButI Mt. Jackson, Virginia, and that CONSULT AGENTSmm

1Ji- C. M. Joyce in Fort Myers over the John forbade him, saying, I have NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE the residence and post office address
,,:" week-end. I I I and i of the defendant Mary E. Strayer, is
need to be baptized of thee,
I Theological Seminary, Alexandria,
,-:, i I I comest thou to me? I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
is in
that there no
Virginia person
,
.l :; Mrs. C. F. Vaughn, Mrs. N. L. 'I And Jesus answering said unto '1 the undersigned Special Master in the State of Florida the service of
Chancery, by virtue of the final decree -
Hemenway and Miss Jamye Sands him suffer it to be so now: for thusit whom would bind ....
f.lt 1 of foreclosure entered in that process upon :N.rN:N.N:N.NN:N tiNN NNN: : :NN1N. :-
r \y i-; were visitors in West Palm Beach becometh us to fulfil all .right- either of the aforesaid defendantsand I
certain cause pending in the Circuit
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Wednesday. suffered him. And that each over the age
l' I eousness Then he Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit they are

':,' -"'\' Jesus, when he 'was baptized, went t of Florida, for Hendry County, in of twenty one years; it is therefore

:i' C. E. Minor was in LaBelle Saturday i up straightway out of the water: Chancery, being Case No. 635, wherein I ordered that said non resident de- Good FarmLand

,. ( :? afternoon to attend the meeting sand, lo, the heavens were opened W. G. Troxler, as successor trus- fendants be and they are, hereby re-

_.:,3;' ,;of.,the Hendry county board of public ': unto him, and he saw the spirit of I tee, is plaintiff, and Sugarland quired to appear to the before petition the filer 29tl I
in said cause on or
S'"y,-: "..Instruction. God descending like a dove, and Development Company, et al, are defendants day of January A. D. 1934 otherwise

voice will, on Monday, February
lo
lighting upon him, and a
of said petitioner
'he allegations
,d 1'I-" Mrs. J. G.: Matthews' This is beloved 15! 1934, between the hours of eleven "am
left '
recently from heaven, saying, my )e taken as confessed by each {
: o'clock, A. M., and two o'clock, P. M..
.to' visit in Tampa after spending Son, in whom I am well pleased. of said defendants. ,
very
;
at the Rent
front door of the County Court fOI
:several weeks here visiting her son, ." I It is further ordered that thi1Older
,house in LaBelle, Florida, offer fog
,James Matthews. perfectand be published once a week fo:
John knew that Jesus was sale and sell at public outcry, to the
I the Clewisto
did not need baptism as any ( best and highest bidder for cash, the i consecutive weeks in said I

:Miss Mae Drew and Miss Elizabeth I part of repentance. John therefore following described real property in Mews, a newspaper published in :

West returned Saturday after spending objected to the baptism, but per- Hendry County, Florida:, to-wit: County and State. tI -
HULL,
the holidays at their homes in : formed the ceremony when Jesus I All of Section one (1)), in township WILLIAM Clerk Circuit Court

Richland, Georgia. said,.-"Suffer it to be so-to fulfil 44 south, range 33 east. D.C:
SEAL) By Inez Magill ,
I all righteousness. "The Spirit of God I All of Sections three (3) ,four i I

Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle returned II descending like a dove and lighting (4), five (5) and six (6), except .OUIS 0. GRAVELY FOR PETITIONERS.No. TrespassersWill

Sunday from Richland probably visible to'right of granted by South Flor- SOLICITOR I
Georgia, upon him" was way 3C. Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26.
where they spent the holidays with I all those present; and the voice from ida Farms Company to the A. C. L Be

''.Mrs. Ezelle's parents. heaven, saying, "This is my beloved II Railroad Company by deed dated
; I January 3, 1917, recorded in Book
Son," was doubtless the voice of ............. .................. ,ProsecutedThe
..
'49, page 207, of the Public Recordsof ...!...:...N;.:....:..: .N.i: : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
... Mrs. F. R. Maxwell motored to God. If the record of the scriptures !' .i ._.
Lee County, Florida, through sections -
f Miami Thursday to visit her sister, is true, then Jesus must have been'' 10, 15, 22, 27 and 34, of Town-, : :. ,1

,' Mrs. G. M. Penney and to attend the the Son of God, because God then 'I'I,ship 43 South, Range 33 East, and :%; New and Used :*|
'
air rates: there. declared him to be. Of course those,:through section 3 of Township 44
'
'';'._, persons who deny the inspiration and ;;:south, Range 34, east, all in town- I FURNITURE :|:
''
.iZ /;:",- ; : Mr.. and Mrs. E., Cameron of Bowling truth of the Scriptures, may believe ship 44 south, range 34 east. ,

a._ :" : Green, Kentucky, are spending differently, but no professed Chris- I! The West half (Wand Southeast I I

z'" : ,several days in Clewiston as guests tian can reasonably doubt the Son- quarter (SEA of Section 13,

;:{J.Iof/-
God spoke those words it must in Township 43 South, Range 33
If ,
''J'.- A party of tourists enjoying a be that Jesus of Nazareth was andis East. :_|:: FURNITURE COMPANY =1 i= ClewistonCompany

i couple of,days stay in Clewiston this the Son of God. Then our lesson The Southwest quarter (SW i. )

,:I'- week included Mr. and Mrs., Walter _text continues,-(Immediately after I and all of the North half (N1 ) of :;|: Belle Glade, Florida :|;_:
Section 7, situated, lying and being
"' Hazletine ot'Wilmington, Delaware, his baptism), "Then was Jesus led y'z.
t. south of the Nine Mile Canal, and To Theatre $;
: Next Door
Mr. and Mrs. W., C. Davis of Knoxville of the spirit into the wilderness
up the West half (W% ) of Section 8, 'z'
I I I .
Tennessee, and J. E. Baines to be tempted of the devil. And whenhe except 80 foot right of laid y . . :: . "
as vv
way ;N N. . .
? u:: :'and"... ',Page Bussells-, also of Kuoxville. had fasted forty days and forty out and now occupied by Moore &*: : : :NN > y "" . .
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TALL ORDERA

somewhat stout actor was late

JA Few for rehearsal one morning and the

) producer was annoyed. He said:

OUR COMIC SECTIONTHE ti "Does anyone know where Blank Is?"

Little "Yes," said one of Blank's friends.

"lie's gone to the tailor to be measured -

.: aSmiles for a suit""Measured. .) ..

," shouted the producer.

FEATHERHEADS Modern Methods 1 "You mean 'surveyed,' don't you?"

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fE.Llxl )(!I GETUP \z ARE YoU /% DES-GETtlMCS-i'M UPI'M ,Xl..i't :Y' Important Oversight

.n'T. SNOWED" GETTING UPZ % Doctor-All condition !:your organs are.In perfect
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DURINCsU'L; : NIGHTO ) ,+ READY Patient-Good) I. am thinking} of

ANDe01... ,IT OFF THE CLOCKWORKBriggs marrying a second time and-
WALK the owner of- the new store, Doctor-Hold on a bit! I forgotto

r !I asked his manager how trade had examine jour brain!Brooklyn
6 Da been progressing during his absence. Eagle.
a C
Manager-Like clockwork, sir.

k Briggs--Good! 1'11'just have a look
Salesmanship .
F1tl ? at the books.

After a searching inspection of theboola Customer-To what do you owe

:, he turned to his manager: your extraordinary success as a
/LJl house-to-house salesman? ,.
Briggs-You're right. It is going
Salesman-To the first five wordsI
like clockwork-every blessed thing
utter when the door
a
woman opens
we've sold lately has been on time.-
% I Chelsea Record. "Miss, is your mother in?" ,


Lesson From the Be. .
All the Difference ." ;
I Teacher-And what lesson do we
\ Dialogue overheard on the beachat
a South coast resort. Small boyto learn from the busy bee, children?

-.. his mother: Boy-Not to get stung.-Answers

VJELL HP FINALLY WENT = riiJjJ =-- ")"Mummy, may I go In to swim?'' Magazine '

"Certainly not, my dear, it's far
HEARHIM i -
OUT 3UT I poMT
too deep." Are' You Asking?

,, SHOVELLINGTHINKl'LL "But daddy Is swimming." "It's sad about Dick. The poor

TAKE A LOOK.SHOCKING "Yes, dear, but he's insured.- chap was disappointed in love."

Sporting and Dramatic News. "Well, who isn't, ?"

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"What's the matter now?" suppose you did the town when m.: (5E:: l ;> :g.

"ily daughter tells me that her hus- you were In New York?" --- -- 'Conyrleht ';>

band complains that she doesn't serve "No, just the reverse-New York
Mrs. Scrapp-Statistics show that Horizontal. 30-Menial servant 33-Cold
the same canned goods his. mother did me. l-Clulrt 4-Eject 1-"Undermine .. 34-Pipe 30-Object of devotion -.
married men live longer than single ,',
used to have." 10-Expletive 13-Yield 37-Body of water 3S-CompoItl,n
Selective Sponging ones.Mr. 1C-Cohered entrance I I Wide-mouthed Jug 40-Barter'
Panhandler Would Scrapp-Yes, and it serves them 17-Search thoroughly 18-Cunning: 42-Nntl>e 43-Defect 44-Affected:
you help a poor
A Long Life 10-Sharpen 21-Breezy 45-Large quantity Indentation ;
.. man who's seen better days, sir? right 23-Suitable 24-Black 20-Title 49-Chemical of ammonia type
There is a story told of Sir Walter
;. Haughty Person-I don't approve of Leguminous plant 29--Velocity 52-Kind of cigar 55-Bare
Scott who, wanting to give a beggar Curious 31-Enclosure 32-Same 57-Unit of time60Rhetorical
promiscuous almsgiving.
something, found he had nothing 35-Wash lightly 23-Apparent decoration
Panhandler-Nor do I of promiscuous "What made you a multimillionaire 4l-Agitate 43-Nonsense 62-Standard 64-Dally 66-Intent
smaller than a shilling in his purse. acceptance, sir. Why, I wouldn'tfor ?" a reporter asked of a big razor 44-Caustic 47-Church bench 68-Encroach 60--Genus of cat
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"Here is a shilling," said the baronet, a moment think of asking every- blade magnate. 43-Kind of fish 70-Divert 72-Lowest point -_.
"now, remember, ;you owe me a six 50-Boastful behavior 51-Viper 73-Duty 74-Tibetan ox 75-Tear ,
"My wife answered the man of '
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body. 53-Chopping tool 54-Kind of cheese 77-Mimic 78-Personal pronoun :
pence. sharp practices."Ah r>Suitable Repulsive 80-Unit of surface 81-Conclude .,.-
"God bless your honor," was the reply ONLY SKIN DEEP her tactful help and advice In 58-Petty quarrel 50-Title SO-Slur (music) 87-Bone*

"may your honor live till I pay times of need I ?" 6t-CoJn 63--Dipper Intelligence 00-Rule
!" great suppose 05-Heroic poem 67-Suitable 03-Babble 04-For trial (as a Jury
:you "Nothing of the sort. I was just CO-Soft liat 71-Happened 95-Cleft hoof (dlak) 07-Dense

curious to see If there was any In- 72-Cipher 7-1-Lively. (archaic) Luxuriant Regular -
7G-Swelling fine to fluid 78-Harass 101-Stupefy 102-Cause destruction
TOUCHDOWN wife couldn't live "
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my 104 Measure Discrimination
70-Forage plant 82-Lively -
83-Cenaure Engraving tool 108-Halo 110-Boss of a shield __
i ,FED UP 85-French military cap 113-Handle of nx 115-Common tree
66-Conclude SS-Inferior 117-Biblical character 110-Entrance '
81-Dispatch 02-Husband or wife 121-Circuit breaker 123-Duty
n .-Loggias boot' 06-Excise 123-Against 127-Entrance '
OS-Caustic 100-Russian 128-Muscular spasm 129-Mortal
101-Beautiful girl 103-Dam 131-Split 132-Dry 133-Soon
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107-Instigate 100-Burden 130-Proceed on 138-Scant portion ;
111-Measure 112-Personal pronoun 139--Heed 142-Born 143-Yelp
114-Beverage 110-Regular 145-Condensed moisture
Measurement of type (pl.) 140-Negative particle
'118-Twitching 120-From this place
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124-A Biblical character ,
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,\ She-Oh, there goes Kate Brown 1 132-Incarnation
Isn't she lovely? I wish I were half 134-Muscular strength L T S E P E.ADA
137-Storeroom for foods P RCM "I'IS H GALEHET I
"It seems to me that neither football as good looking. 140-City In Nevada 141-Black IRY AP EBON C RLL

players nor their critics have He-Oh, but you are. I "Going on your annual' hunting trip 144-Corroded TIL U P ED A OR AIIIAIIIE L
145-Take principal meal 147-Carry DI T IlliJN RI S 'D
much on one another.'' this winter?"
J' 148-Unit of weight 140-Obliquely
: "Why not?" A Knotty Problem "No. I got my fill of bloodshed killIng 150-Waste 151-Depression

"Because one Is a body of kickers The SkIpper-This boat makes 15 mosquitoes last summer." 152-Seaweed 153 Antiquity ARID
and the other of knockers." knots an hour. 154-Herb 155-Onion-like plant
Vertical.
Green Young Thing-How tedious It Dangerous Place Ratchet check 2-Expand I

"He'll Save Her must be to untie them. City Visitor (who finds himself In 3--Waver, 4-Burn with liquid KEPI R: Sp CL SEIINiiIM'NQRIISEND PA ; SE T G

"This he's same field with bull)-I say, Is that &Greek letter Crooked LYE RUS MLLE E'R MET
t girl marrying can swim, 7-Sudden break 8-Kind of poplar U VIA ri BET ONUS A-
,, dance, sing, ride, drive a car and pilot In Hollywood"Our ferocious looking animal safe? 0-Head Supplement 11-Past S I T UNF RM ENS TI
an airplane. star wants a week off." Farmer-Wai, he's a lot safer than 12-Dullard 13-Clergyman HEN Ens RLT.Tu SPENT. _;
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f'I' Furniture Mover-That does not MORE SATSACflON

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1 1i<: :' Biggest Derricks for Biggest Bridge Sailor Must Prcve CHILDREN TO EAT LIFE'S REAL THINGS

Life Is not made up of great sacrI-

That He Was Born ALL THEY DESIRE fices and duties, but of little things,

Chester, Pa.-Unless Michael In which smiles and kindness and

Woodfield of Chester' can prove small obligations, given habitually,

shortly that he actually was born, Indiana University to Test are what win and preserve the heart

\ he will be listed as a man withouta and secure comfort.-Sir Humphrey

country.He Theory With 60. Davy

has been In Jail at Modelo

prison, Barcelona; Spain, and Is Indianapolis, Ind.-Tummy-ache or
scheduled for 'deportation to not, sixty children at the Indiana university What SHE TOLD

France. American authorities said medical center here are goingto

they were powerless to aid him be turned loose January 7 to "eat WORNOUT'HUSBAND

because he can produce neither a ,what they want." SHE could have reproached him

passport nora birth certificate. 'Maybe many of the little boys and in" complaints.his fits of temper But wisely-his"all she

'" Woodfield, a sailor, claims he girls will realize their eyes are "big (saw in frequent colds, his
,; was born In Delaware but than their stomachs" > "fagged out," "on edge" condition
county, maybe
.", ger ; the trouble she herself
very
;: search of the records failed to reveal .they'll)] not eat what mother would E ?' had shipped.'Constipation! The
< ;#: 4 af-
',,' 4 I.,' frW n birth certificate t wish them to ; maybe they'll make I -" L'jt"very taking morning NR
,' '. :: themselves sick kr*'$/ (Nature's Rcmedy -
: / ) as she advised -
i'1 1: ", Rut university dietitians think they ./ he felt like
emu Farmington the Old National will ;*M" himself, again-
near on not. They believe a child's bio
{.!, keenly alert,
f peppy, cheerful ;
f1 1: > Trail east of Laurel Itidge, and logical cravings''will serve as a natural NR-the safe,dependable,all-
:.; looks rlowh the creek where the ( efficient vegetable laxative and corrective /
"IX fl":-t.,., > reconstructed and 'guide in selections of -works gently, thor
) :." ., :j ,;, log .stockade Fort Neces- linds'and quantity of food. This was oughly, naturally.lt stimulates
'}' <0: tIN" :.. sity, now stands It is easy to Imagine indicated Ina previous experiment In tracttocompleteregular the eliminative t
.
': ; ; 't ;", i .#; 'what his capitulation! to the French the 'University of Chicago. The coming functipmng.Non-habit-

\V::X ., on that third day of July. .1754, cost : fest'w.ill be more complete. box.forming.25c Try- at a ,
". him. druggists'. .
ti !! Convalescent children in the rotary
{f:', '"He returned to Williamsburg disheartened unit of the James Whitcomb Riley
indigestion
but the house of burgesses hospital are now under strictly supervised "TUMS" Quick heartburn.relief for acid Only lI

passed a resolution of which he wrote, : feeding. Everything they eat is

'Nothing could, give me .and the officers rigidly prescribed. Their progress under -
I
,:.1fi.., under my command greater satisfaction such a diet Is being carefully BERRY GROWERS! Plant kosmo berry.
, :t._. : than'to receive the thanks of checked for 30 days. Larger better quality seller yJelder and

I .,. ,i'l;:" "' the house of burgesses, In so 'particular At the end of that period, January shipper mation. or P. "home'. Meredith market., Oregon Write for City,Infor-Ore.
and public a manner for be-
: our 7, all)], will be changed, the children
havior In the late unsuccessful f
engagements
! will be: dietetically on their own.
! : : with the French.'
They will have: set before them
7(1 : "The scene ...oE tthe Jumonvllle engagement
; cafeteria style their: choice of all foods '
can. easily be reached todayby
from menus of wide variety prepared
! U. S. Route 40 (the Old National ; STOPPED UP
daily for hundreds of young and old
Trail) About five miles east of Union- I
patients, in the three medical center NOSTRILS
town, Pa., .'on the' summit of Laurel,
hospitals and for:students, nurses and
'" Ridge, a side road: leads north fromU. '
: _. Internes. __ .
S, 40 to the, battlefield, which Is 'i
Dietitians will .
check carefully the
M .;o.,, ". ,.--=;;"-", "",,. =,.-,,;;; .,"...,_f,--==-.......=...,,::::;= marked by several tablets and monu articles
and of food selected
; ?f- ments. Reconstructed Fort Necessity quantity Open the nostrils and
I
:".':,:.'. Work on' the Golden Gate bridge at San Francisco is progressing rapidly.. stands afew miles farther east on U. by each child. :Any leftovers will be permit free breathing

..'., For the construction .of this, the largest span In the world, the largest derricks S. Route 40. An 'old mansion standing accounted for. by using Mentholatunx

6 ever used are doing the lifting work in the erection of the Marin tower. near the rebuilt, log stockade'has been ,, T'his will go on for three months it night and morning.

converted into a .museum of Revolutionary the,' children prove to be as able food
'
relics." selectors for themselves as their mothers : a

... child would be.
:? Will Make Washington'sFirst -or a specialist

Is When a child shows evidence of
Washington Dog an .
'or unbalancing
over-eating under-eating, or
;
: .
):: Battlefield Park Expert MathematicianEdmonds I I ;: his diet to the extent that his Tormented. for

'... : .. ,, a ,. ,Wash. -This city! claims health" Is seriously affected, he will
I >. .. .. to have one. of the smartest dogs. In be' taken off the "help. 'yourself" list. Five Years
; ;; .
,i \: :. .. .' "..''':':\ Tit ,. the. country.> 100'I -
DandruffHealed
.:.: ':. ". Patriotic ,Society Preserves. carrying a message to the Virginia Princess, a thoroughbred English with
: troops and not acting In a military 'capacity setter, owned by Ed war L. Blake, can I WASHINGTON BRIEFS I
:
.. Historic Scene. ; which claim Washington, with add, divide, subtract, read dates tell by Cuticura"For
-
.' unusual vigor, denounced time, read license numbers and answer
;:-." Washington.-Deep in the forests of "There followed now war councils, almost any question. One bark meansno Greece Is to be permitted to send

.;;:. .' _. Laurel Ridge, a mountain of southwestern Indian powwows, wampum exchanges, and two means yes. ; 125,000 gallons of wines and liquors nearly five years I was ,tormented -

:' Pennsylvania, a young: Virginia : and finally news of .the' approach of a Here are typical bits"of conversation to the United States in exchange for with dandruff. My scalp

,-,. lieuteri, nt-colonel and.hitroops! ; strong French force. It seemed wiseto Blake held,with her: ,3,000-tons of !American rice. Itched and burned and became very

"\- : and a young-- French ensigq and his retreat to the Great Meadows and "How old are. jou?" Twelve barks. sore and red from scratching. My

:,; patrol.exchanged, the first volley', in a ,occupy. Fort Necessity. "What time is It?" Four barks. City schools, as well as those In hair became thin and dry and fell

war that;...;changed the map of':* the "Supplies failed to arrive, and when (Correct.) rural regions, have suffered severely In out in handfuls, and the dandruff

world to" lmosChs"'great an extentas the French opened fire it was plain "What day Is this?" She barks .the. the depression with heavy curtail scaled off and could ,be seen on my

the shots fired at Sarajevo Servla, that surrender was Inevitable. The correct date."What ments in educational.programs, accord- clothing.

,ir),, In 1914The"Virbinia. defense lasted until about eight Is a third,:;"of"this number?"" ing to a 'survey made public by Commissioner '1 had lost all hope of ever being

: 'lieutenan.t-colonel was o'clock in the the attack haying healed. A friend told me about Cutl-
( evening, "A half "A fourth? (All correct;) of Education George, F.
t George Washington, and the French, "I Begun:an hour before;noon. Thena :Showing: there Is no trick to her ans Zook. cura Soap and Ointment and I sent

"'. man, Coulon de .Tumonville. The latter parley was held and Washington \ eis, the owner turned his back and for a free sample. The first applica-

: ;::. was killed In this, the first, .engagement >wasv .given his choice of surrenderingas walked while reporters questioned the President Roosevelt has ordered uptotheminute -, tion stopped the itching so I bought

:" 'J of the French and Indian: a prisoner of "war, or marchingout dog to their satisfaction. reports on business and more, and I used only one cake of
;1, ;:'1 < war, known abroad later"as the Seven. boxes of
; with flags flying and drums beating .employment conditions from all in- Cuticura Soap with two
:;,/:.: .* "
{ Years' war. but.leaving .,.his artillery to, be de Walrus' Eye Teeth formed'' federal'agencies.. Cut cura Ointment and I was healed.
:\ Recently title to four and a half stroyed."As The enormous tusks of the walrus' (Signed) :Mrs. M. L. Carruthers, J "-

: /? ; acres of land where the battle took one stands by the old' brick tav- are really the creature's eye teeth tersville'Va., Aug. 23, 1033.
i :_' :r' place was obtained by a Pennsylvania j Walter J. Cummings of Chicago Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c.

: ,:, ,';,f:' patriotic organization, which will preserve probably will retire in mid-January as Talcum 25c. Proprietors: Potter

:; -:: ;- the ground and Jumonville's Meteor Claimed, to Be the World's Largest I corporation.chairman of the Deposit Insurance Drug R Chemical Corp., Malden v ,

$: grave as a historic monument. Mass.-Adv.I .
:',;,_ Begin Fort Duquesne. !)

:,.t In a communication, to. the National Heavenly Visitor Tore Hole ball to have been found I In the United President Roosevelt under a ChrIst-
;, Geographic society Dr. William Jos- mas amnesty proclamation announced
States. Twelve 'years scientists
Mile Wide in Arizona. ago,
,: ., eph Showalter describes this earliest uncovered a mass of meteoric Iron pardons for nearly 1,000 wartime offenders I WOULDN'T USE

:/'. of all Washington's military campaigns near Odessa, Texas. who were convicted and or- ANYTHING BUT

.:f{ and _,tjie first' conflict, at arms Tucson, ArIz.-A huge fireball which The Winslow crater is the most deredimprisoned, for violation of the

..r '.' between the' French and the''English i hurtled through space at a speed' of extensive yet discovered on' the globe, espionage and draft laws. Coc&cAl Cote OftdB&cuit {
> : for the possession of the Mississippi unknown thousands of miles an hour
: : rivaled
, being only by one at Webar, !
'f!:; valley. centuries ago to unearth near Winslow v,
Arabia, and Tanguska, Siberia.
I :Y.4" ,-. "Only ten ,weeks after Washington's Ariz., the largest crater of its kind in $20,000,000 Floods

:, j first scouting '1rip' lnto"' the
P' ley region, during the winter of 1753- located, it was announced here by
,iff' Brownsville, Texas.-C.: Galbert be-
Portland, Ore.-Three northwesternstates
:- : ,.54 Robert E. Hineman, research investigator
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was, again, headed for the district -
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lieves he holds
record of sort
a some suffered property damage estimated -
1.r r' : between the present cities of for the Arizona bureau of minesat
< After two years of angling for a huge at $20,000,000from flood waters,
'1:1-; 'Cumberland and Pittsburgh," Doctor the University of Arizona.In .
: fish in a lake near his home, Galbert which were 'reported receding. Twen-
a report filed with Dr. G. M.
Showalter
writes. "The French had
landed. a 7-foot which, weighed lost their lives through
gar
ty-four ,
Butler bureau said persons
director lineman
I "- occupied the forks of the Ohio and '
J. 'lhat' 147 pounds. accidents attributed' to storm condi- CADICU MILLING CO., GRANDVIEW, IND ,
two shafts been sunk
\ .,were'engaged' In building a fort (For't which had ,

'. :Duquesne) there,'in the identical spot Into the vast basin of earth had struck I..-...-I...I.I.._-.S I- I _;......_ tions in Washington, Oregon and Idaho
:t he had obserx-ed. se'eralmonths be- fragments of a meteor which were so

fore '' ',_ 8* dense: that further digging was Impos NOTREDAME COACH_ Marine on Guard at DO YOU SUFFER PAIN?

., ."Washington undertook to build a sible.! He declared- that this "seemsto .'. . I I I I _"___.- . Peiping Legation Dies Mrs C. I* Copeland "
road from what is now Mount Brad- prove that the main-body of the of 2708 Norwich St.
Peiping China.-Priv Paul Froe- Brunswick. Ca., said:
meteor Is not far below. ,
Itlso
I "My nerves were bad,
Browns After more than a quarter of a lich of Vesta Minn., a member of the > suffered with palm

_. : widen the trail between Cumberland century ot, scientific controversy; In United States Marine corps and a I 1 in my sides, my and appe-I
; k' tlte was poor
and Mount Braddock. which many noted scholars figuredr guard of the American legation, died ?: lost weight and strength.,

"He also explored the roughto- this Is the first time that definite' of 'pneumonia. He was one of the a. Favorite After taking Prescription Dr. Pierce I*

gheny for about thirty miles, In the proof has been found' that a meteor best boxers In the marine corps and completely regained my .
which stretched held excellent record on its rolls. health." Sold by druggists ever>where.
hope of finding a waterway open down caused; the great abyss an Write Dr. Pierce'* Clinic, Buffalo, N. Y..
the river to the forks of the Ohio. But almost a mile l In diameter from rim: to for free medical dvlc*.
the rim and sinks to a depth of 600 feet. New sire, tablets JO cts., liquid 100. Ladlesize .
? ChIopxJe !:'ills.ur d_ him back. I Police Captain and ,tabs, or liquid,$1.35. "We Do Our Pru"
He then concentrated his men at the Besides,themeteor, hypothesis, savants I
Great Meadows tp erect a frt there. had held that the yawning pit might- Stranger Die in Fight

< Cot Joshua Fry: thejjrtojmn| ande.r. of ,have been caused by a steam explosion I Scranton, Pa.-Police i Captain Albert .

,, -rti' the regiment, having died of a "fall -or a volcanic eruption. Gleason and an unidentified 'man believed tIJfliE
:, j from his ; 31- Washington .. "A geographical survey, using mod- 7.t l R:! by the police to be wanted In
"' command x' '* '. instruments Binghamton, N. X', on a robbery
: assumed ern ; was 'made some time A-the new scientific treat-
J "Things happened on' this trip. The "ago," lineman said., This locateda t-' J charge, ,were shot and killed In a pIs- X CUR in the meat most for stubborn Eczema works cases
:;rT Indians who wanted to be loyal were I highly magnetic and conductivemass 4 tol fight In'a-hotel. The fight followeda ;'lccording ike magic to even actual reports from grateful user.

; ;" alarmed at the weakness' of the 'English at a depth of approximately. 700 raid. 't is mild. Send soothing your name stops today the Itch for a and free u.eateluickly. ....

;/iJ.. and at the strength' of the French feet below .the crater floor. Vledko Ub.,2608 Eat 106th St..Dept.A, Cttcagc

.'> ,.' Jumonvllle leading a small party of: "Since then, a drilling [program has' Drug Bandit GetsAttorney's
< French troops was discovered trying been carried on. One hole has hit

.C to ambush the Virginia soldiers. meteoric fragments at 414 feet and Elmer Layden, who was one of the $34,500;

: =" Washington Leads Attack. continued in them until at a depth of famous "Four Horsemen" of Notre louston,;Texas-A bandit lured C. RUBBER STAMPSand

', .f', ; "With the support of the Seneca Indfan 675 feet the material became so con. Dame university, Indiana, In 1924, has E. Heidingsfelder, attorney, to his
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';' chief, Half-King. Washington at- centrated as to prevent further drilling -. been employed' by that Institution as downtown office, drugged him. robbed ofherMarkingDevicea

tacked this force on top of Laurel Another hole encountered fragments coach to supplant' Heartly Anderson.. him of $34,500 and left him unconscious WRITS FOR CATALOG

: Ridge' to the west of the Great Mead at.500 feet and continued to Layden has.' recently been coach of on the floor beside his desk' DIXIE SEAL & STAMP COMPANY

.. ows. Here Jumonvllle was killed: 650 feet. the successful football team ofDuqu'esne where he was found at night 'by his ATLANTA QA.
' :': The French afterward asserted he was This Is the second largest meteor university son. '
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PAGE EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS r-. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1034

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ibilities of the elementary school In; entertainment and Canctng In- o'clock A .M. or as soon thereafteras I I the same to the Court.
LaBelle News Items principalship.Mrs. struction to its members and their they may be heard or at such Dated this 10th day of January
I friends the Bal Reno Club is holding other time or place as the Court may A. D.
from 1) Reynolds or St. Louis, arrived regular weekly meetings at its club then designate and that if you have 1934.JAMES E. BEARDSLEY,
Continued page
( Monday to spend the winter with her any objections to the entering of
the bank M. COUSE
hands of the LaBelle cagers. The rooms in building every JAMES ,
other non-conference game brother Dr. J. L. Seybold. Mrs. Thursday night. an order in accordance with said Co-Receivers .of Diston Island
only
scheduled is at Punta, Gorda next Reynolds was a regular visitor here This club was organized a yearor petition that you may .be present Drainage District.
until a few winters ago and has many No. 6C. Jan. 12, 19, 26, Feb. 1, 8.REPORT .
Thursday.In so ago and since that time has I at said time and place and present 'I .
friends here to welcome her. .
in popularity steadily. Each
the regular schedule as an- grown
The school children are engrossedin meeting is attended by at least 25 ...
ncunced by Chairman Carl E. Royer: OF THE CONDITION OF
their mid-term examinations.Mrs.
members of the younger set and the
of Moore Haven, LaBelle will play
Jim Dana is at her home in evening is spent in dancing to the
the following games: Alva here Jan. THE FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON .
Bradenton while undergoing treat music of an electrical set-up including -
17, Clewiston there Jan 31, Moore
Haven there Feb. 7, Clewiston here ment to her foot ,which was injured a good Victrola, a pick-up and a AT CLEWISTON, FLORIDA

Feb 14, Moore Haven here Mar. 7. some time ago. radio.While In the State of Florida at the close of business 12-31-33
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. House left for the club has its regular
will be
The conference tournament
held March 14. Tallahassee Thursday morning where membership and dues, it extends anI I
According to Coach Jones LaBelle'sprospect !Mr. House will confer with CWA of- invitation to the public to attend i RESOURCES
ficials for a few days. its dances at a nominal charge. : Loans and Discounts ..........$ 14.544.73
for a winning team is very Mrs. W. A. Blake and two childrenleft I Overdrafts .........
good this year. With a squad of 15 for Bradenton Saturday to be United States Bonds ..... 68,900.00
fighting men, he believes the lack with Mr. Blake who is an engineerwith IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE County and Municipal Bonds .?..'.... 20,000.00All
.. of experience can soon be overcome. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Other Bonds, County School Warrants ............ 7,700.00
Road
The probable lineup for the first the State Departmenthere. OF :FLORIDA, IX AND FOR Premium on Bonds .?...
game is: Perry Hall, RF; Ernest Mrs. Blake Is a daughter of HENDRY COUNTY. Stocks, Securities, e .. _.
Hall, LF; Harry Anderson, C; Julius Vtr. and Mrs. B. F. Magill at whose \UN CHANCERY.THE Securities deposited with State Treasurer for Stockholders

Moon, LG, and C. William "Pete" home she has been living for some CLEWISTONf COMPANY, Reserve Fund ..>.?.................................
Doub, RG.Having Ume ET AL, Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures ..........:. .7,476.34
Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis made a tripo Other Real Estate Owned ..:......... 7659.10.
Clewiston Wednesday In the in- Plaintiffs, Claims and Other Resources .u..
completed the present erest of the movie which she plans -vs- Cash on Hand and Due from Banks ................ 45,820.91
project as well as having used the CLEWISTON DRAINAGE DISTRICT, ,
funds appropriated, the State Road o open there soon. ET AL, TOTAL .$17 2,101.08
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Couch and I
Department plans to stop work on I Defendants.TO .
mother, Mrs. Minnie Couch, have .
Road No. 164 when the present weekis ALL BONDHOLDERS AND
moved to Ocala, where Mr. Couch LIABILITIES .
finished Wednesday night.
OTHER CREDITORS OF CLEWIS
According to local authorities, will carry on his work in the federal TON DRAINAGE DISTRICT: Capital Stock Paid in .tl.$' 15,000.00

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there is considerable bridge buildingto reforestation movement.Mrs. Surplus Fund ?: 20,000.00
You are hereby notified that a ....... ..:I....
Emma Curry and children of Undivided Profits (Less Expenses and Taxes Paid) : 6,594.63
be done yet and it is expected thatif petition has been filed (Jn the above '
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Auburndale, spent the week-end with Stockholders Statutory Liability Reserve Fund :
the material is available this work entitled cause by the Receivers here- .n.r..
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Dividends Unpaid : ;
win be completed in, the next month. I friends and relatives here. tofore appointed for Clewiston Drain Deposits .;. 130,052.78Bills

Professor James Winemiller of age District, praying .instruction of Payable .. "
The annual district zone meetingof Wauchula, is in 'LaBelle to finish the Court relative to the mannef of Notes and Bills Rediscounted .? %: .;& \
the Methodist church will be held the school term at Muse. the payment of all taxes :and assess- Bonds Borrowed .r.....J 1'

at the Methodist church in LaBelle Miss Catherine Curry spent the ments or installments, :of taxes or Reserve for Interest, Depreciation, Taxes, ..C: ...." .
next Tuesday, January 16. A covered week-end In Immokalee with rela- assessments levied :and assessed by All Other Liabilities .:;...;.....-

dish luncheon will be served at noon tives. said District for the year' 1932 and Cashiers Checks Outstanding ..:.,.!... ,. 453.67
subsequent years and tlat): said '- '
and an interesting program has been Mr. and Mrs. Sampson Brown are
provided for. moving from their farm on Pollywogto Receivers in said petition pursuantto TOTAL' ._.i..._.......$172,101.08
Chapter 16256 Laws of Florida, ,
A large crowd is expected since their cottage on Main street. Acts of 1933 request authority of

this meeting will draw members the above Court to accept bonds, STATE OF FLORIDA, COUNTY OF HENDRY, SS.: : ,
Those citizens of LaBelle
who live '
from an area including Moore Haven, ; Interest other
matured or
coupons I, Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier of the above-named Bank, do solemnlyswear
close to the business section
Collier City, Punta Rassa were of said District at ,
and the obligations : par that the above statement is true to the best ',of,' my knowledgeand
country immediately south of Punta awakened at midnight Monday and in lieu of money, in the payment of
belief, and that it is in response to official notice: to report by the
Gorda. looking from their bedroom, windows all such taxes and assessments or Comptroller of the State of Florida. .
saw what appeared to be a bit of installments of taxes or assessments,
Selden L. Stewart, sixth grade very grand larceny.,Lonnie's Lunch, and requesting authorityTo accept ELBERT L. STEWART: Cashier.,

teacher in LaBelle, was appointed to which has been located next to the either the installment tax'.ou,mainten- ,, .CORRECT-ATTEST. ..
the position of principal of the ele- I telephone office was. being moved ince tax, without requlrlngpaymentof :: '\'-' -. ELBERT L. STEWART, '.i
mentary school In LaBelle at the I out into the street. Tuesday morninga the other at the same time. '. .;.:' C. V. PARKINSON, '
You are further notified that this -f- DOWNS, Directors.
regular meeting of the school board crew of men and a model T Ford C. L.
!Citurday: afternoon. I truck finished the job _and the build- petition fudge of will said be court presented at his office to the in Subscribed and sworn to before me this .9th day of January, 1934.E. .

The appointment was made after I ing Is now located in the lot south he Court House In Fort Myers, Lee J. SHELLEY, Notary ,Public.!

Principal T. R. Jones had asked the I of Forney's store. :ounty, Florida, on Monday, the 12th Notary Public, State of Florida at Large. My Commissloft! ',ExpiresOct.

!I board to relieve him of the respons-I With a, stated purpose of proy d- day of February, A. D. 1934 at Nine .15, 1937. .

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