The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00458
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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,: Heavy Property Loss' Thousand Have Been Visitors Shown Building Hurricane


', In Fire Friday. Night Through Sugar MillA Gates Well Under Way


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1 thousand visitors have been
: ; ,, COMISSARY WAREHOUSE AND shown through the sugar house by i GATE PROGRESSING MOST
I lJj'l";, OFFICES ARE TOTAL guides of the United States Sugar -- I

i : : A dance, sponsored by the Clewis- corporation since the opening of the Kiwanis meeting, regularly i RAPIDLY
- ton post of the American Legion, was property to visitors on December held on Wednesday evenings, was 'I

: 'I.rLOSS; .. The general office and warehouse I given at the Clewiston Inn Wednes- second. This is an average of twenty- postponed''' until Thursday this week, With the structure at Clewistona

;; .c'. of the commissary department and day night. eight for each day that visitors are on account of the engagement of Bill little in advance of the others in

:; ',;{; two'adjacent buildings, all owned by Music was furnished by the orchestra allowed. Roy's Comedians and the American !, point of construction, three of the

I.' ,--' the United States Sugar Corporation, from Bill Roy's Comedians, which Each season while the mill is Legion dance following it Wednesday I four huge hurricane ,gates which the

were completely destroyed .by fire of played an engagement here that operating thousands of visitors from ?, I IE. H. Latham company is constructing -

an unknown origin, which was discovered I evening. all parts of the country welcome the I under contract with the :U. S.

shortly after midnight I opportunity of being shown through I, engineers in the Lake Okeechobee

day. The loss, which has been Fri-I' this gigantic mill. SECOND HALF OF levee. are well under way.
I All work so far has been of a
officials of the guidesto
imated by LADIES ELIMINATEDIN The corporation provides
tion, at approximately $36,000 was conduct visitors through the mill \preliminary nature preparatory to
II DIAMOND BALL the actual pouring of concrete. The
covered by Insurance.. and explain the various processes I
The fire originated in a cornerof FIRST ROUND OF which transform, the 'cane into raw gates now under way are located at
I Clewiston, Canal Point and Hills-
warehouse and each
the commissary I sugar. Visitors are permitted SEASON OPENSKIWANIS
.fi spread rapidly to the other buildings, week day from 10 till 12 and from borough North New River canal, the
GOLF TOURNAMENT fourth will be located at Miami
one of which was used as a lumber to 4.Buckled.
warehouse and the other to. store WINS HEAVY HITTING Locks
i" equipment. Clewiston. it has been found
I:,:; With the exception of several MRS. REDELSHELMER AND MKS. Track 18 TO 17 necessary to drive wood piling, as

,5. thousand pounds of bacon, which was DUFF ARE BEATEN BY the lake bottom here is not of rock

NARROW MARGIN Derails Cane CarsSlight At each of the other points rock was
:1ft, carried from the burning building by The second half of the Clewiston ,
t encountered of such depth and
volunteer workers, the entire stock diamond ball season opened Tuesday
of the commissary was destroyed. First round matches in the New I with the Sugar Corporation ten nos- position as to provide sufficient base
buckling in the tracks caused -
has been dis- tournament resultedin \ for the structures. The excavati"n i.
Though no cause Year Handicap ten of ing out the Kiwanis club, 18-17 in a
the derailing of cane cars
covered for the fire, it is generally. the elimination of the two women marked with heavy hitting and under way at Canal Point and at
;. supposed to have originated from a entries, Mrs. F. ''D. Duff, and Mrs. the United States Lake Sugar Harbor Corporation's at- timely runs. The final put out was North New River, and is complete at

':.'' short circuit or defect in the electric W.I.. Redelsheimer. The match train near with team having Clewiston, where the driving of sheet
; made the Kiwanis
2:40 Tuesday afternoon. There was
: ...: wiring. between Mrs. Duff and Mr. Harrington two men on bases for the winningor steel piling is also practically com-
loss of resulting
\'l : The buildings were of frame cover- I was a very close and sensational no damage or cane tieing run waiting for a hit to pleted. Four carloads of additional

:';: '" ed with stucco, and burned rapidly. round, Mr. Harrington winning by a from the accident. Approximatelyfive score wood piling were unloaded this week

;-i;" H. C. Kolstad, general manager, and margin of. 2 and 1. Mrs. Duff played hours were required to pick up Baker for the\ Kiwanis found and driving is now underway.
wreck and repair the tracks.
I his assistant, A. O. Ward, were both from the men's tees all the way. the trouble with the. Sugar Daddies bat Structures Unique
The delay caused no shut-down at
In the commissary building Friday W. C. Owen defeated H. A. Bestorin relieved by Shelley after There are only two such hurricane
the mill which is now operating at was
,. evening, and saw no evidence at that another close match 2 and 1. full capacity, since sufficient cane nine runs had crossed the plate in gates in> the United States at the

time of the fire that was discovered ,Tom, Shelley, the club's best amateur in the ,switch-yards to supplythe one inning. Mtichell went all the way present time, both are located on
-'. by nearby residents a few hours defeated D. G. Alston, 3 and 2. was mill. for the Sugar makers on the mound. the Illinois river. The plans are

afterwards. F. I. Hill defeated F. D, Duff Home runs by Crews and triplesby modified from a German design and
track which the accident
Temporary offices for the commissary 3 and 2.. The : on C. Nall marked the hitting for the represent a marvelous feat of en
occurred is the property of the At-
department have been built on Pete Wilson defeated H. R. Hall lantic Coast Line. night, with other timely safeties gineering.The .
the ground floor of the sugar mill. by the greatest margin, 8 and 7. mingled by other members of both movable gate which is openedand

I C. F. Goodman eliminated Mrs. teams closed to permit transportation

Redelsheimer by one up. CWS Provides For The season will continue until through the levee weighs over one

.., S CITY WILL PROVIDE Hubert Land defeated Jay W. February 23rd with two games to be hundred tons, yet so minutely bal
and anced is the structure that the gate
Moran, 3 2. New Teacher Here played each week.:. One nine inning
,Pairings for the second round to game instead of two seven inning can be opened or closed by hand. The

i'y5. ADEQUATELY FOR be played this!: _week-end_ are: games will be played each Tuesday' weight of the gates rests on a. base
: -.T.: .T.; Harrington vs. W.: C. Owen Through the agency of the CWS and Friday nights. except during the actual process of

E. P. Shelley vs. Tom Shelley and the efforts of. Mrs. 1\1. W. The Engineers meet the Kiwanis opening or closing*when, of course,

FIRE PROTECTIONThe F. I. Hill vs. Pete Wilson. Blanton, Social Service director of team Tuesday night. the hinges support it. All castings,

C. F. Goodman vs. Hubert Land. Hendry county, the elementary Schedule 'of games,' second half, are of bronze, Phosphor and Tobin,

Exceptional rounds were made by school at Clewiston has been sup- Kiwanis Field, Clewiston, Florida. the expensive material being used

.." city commission is preparing three players this week. Mrs. RedeU plied with a new teacher. Jan. 16 Kiwanis vs. U. S. Sugar because of its. resistance to corrosion.

\ l1t'j: to have water accessible within 900 sheimer broke the 100 mark for Miss Estelle Ethington of Felda Corporation.Jan. Quantities of Material,

feet of every building in Clewistonfor the first time. Mr. Harrington hit took up her duties here Friday morn- 19 U. S. Engineers vs. Clewis- Construction of the four gates is

the purpose of fighting fire in his stride Tuesday, and played nine ing to alleviate an overcrowded ton High School included in one contract at a priceof

the near future. Bids have been ask- holes in 38, two over par. A. L. condition. Jan. 23 U. S. Engineers vs Ki $1,300,000. Completion' of the

ed for fire truck and other fire Hackett, after a few months lay-off lans:: for the employment of 'Miss wanis. contract is required in fifteen

.,'., I. : fighting equipment and will be opened during which he played a good deal Ethington have been underway for Jan. 26 Clewiston High School vs. months, whcih means that a shorter

at the next regular meeting of of tennis, }went out Sunday and shota some time following the need .expressed U. S. Sugar Corporation time is required for each gate, the

the commission, February 5th. Principal G. Langford.Mrs. Latham company moving equipmentfrom
43.Club by Jan. 30 U. S. Sugar Corp ,vs U. S.
Plans are being made now to install Handicap/Champiom-hip Blanton states that these Engineers one job to another as fast as

"; fire plugs,on those streets which Qualifying will begin very soon teachers when needed must be drawn Feb. 2 Kiwanis vs. Clewiston High any part of the work is completed.The .

are not located within reach of the for the Club Handicap, Championship.. from the emergency relief rolls. School. four gates will require 46,000

canals. A specially constructed "box" Mr. Sparrow advises all golfers to -, Feb. 6 U. S. Sugar Corp.j vs. Ki- cubic yards of concrete; 283,500pounds
a;; will be placed near the bridges over I get in ,shape for the big event. CLEWISTONEWS' OFFICE wanis. of reinforcing steel; 1,957-

:;:-a:,:' the canals into which the hose may MOVED TO HAYES BUILDINGThe Feb. 9 Cletiviston.High School vs. 250 pounds of structural steel; 24-

;, ;,:' be dropped and water pumped 000 square feet of sheet piling, and
U. S. Engineers.
: ::.: ..,, directly from the canal. CONGRESSMENFROM Clewiston News office was Feb. 13 Kiwanis vs U. S. Engin- I 48,000 feet of wood piling.

,'':' :- The equipment on which bids have moved on Tuesday from its former Other Concrete Stl'uctm'esSCYE'n
:,t''- :: been asked'will comprise a modern eers.Feb. drainage culverts are also
location in the Hopkins building to
': 16 U. S., Sugar Corp. vs.
I, ;:," fire fighting outfit, and the installation FLORIDA the lower floor of the Hayes buildingnear Clewiston High School. being built 'in the levee and are now
'f '. .' of a few fire plugs on water under contract. Two of these are
the Clewiston Inn.
Feb. 20 U.S. Engineers: vs.
:::'F- mains already in place will the Lakeport road in
":. .,, give The new quarters are more com- located along
WORKING HARD Sugar Corporation.
./, .}:.- Clewiston Thornason
adequate protection within made Glades county. The C. Y.
." modious and the move was Feb. 23 Clewiston High School vs.
o'!,' a short time.STATE'S has begun driving piling for
preparatory to the installation of Kiwanis.. company
-.;: I fthem this week. Another cul-
one o
,' linotype and other printing equip-
'..ii_ INCOME LARGE Jacksonville, Jan. 17-(FNS)- ment.A IJ vert, also contracted by the Thoma-
Florida's congressmen in Washington at Diston
: :"i- FROM RACE TRACKS telephone has been installed in TIME EXTENDEDFOR son Company is located
are giving good account of them- District pumphouse
Island Drainage ,I
.; the office, and the old News phone
selves and their party attending of Moore Haven. Excavation :;
-j, West Palm Beach,.Jan 17-(FNS) number 339, has been assigned' to number 1, east
many important committee sessions been completed and pile 1
-P. D. Patey, chairman of the State the new location.
...-f; Racing Commission states.that hew and fulfilling; other governmentalduties. driving begun.At A
All staunch democrats and Drainage District i
:, \ expects the income of the state from I NEW GROCERY TO OPEN Sugarland
,:'f the three horse tracks and seven dog !i enthusiastic supporters of President CAR TAGS pumphouse at Clewiston, the Thomason 'j"
I I Roosevelt the delegation from the and has been drilling rock
: tracks operating in Florida this season Carpenters paInters have been company 1
,1 1 1 "Sunshine State" is particularly for two weeks on the location for
: will exceed 1000000. The working steadily renovating 'the..
I busy. Following close upon the an- fourth drainage culvert. Two
three percent state tax on mutuals'I space formerly occupied by the the
Duncan U. Fletcher, Florida's Senior nouncement of George H. Wilder, others, which complete the number
play at horse and j
dog tracks and I Clewiston News in the Hopkins -
Senator head of the important \ Motor Vehicle Commissioner, that the C. Y. Thompson
the 15 cut as contracted by ,
percent on admissions, for the Wells-Royal Lumber
\ senate committee on banking and January 15 would be a deadline for company, will be located at South
k or a straight 10 cents per ticket- Company which will open a grocery
whichever yields the mostbroughtthe currency, which is conducting the store In the location within the next the purchase! of 1934 auto tags came Florida Conservancy District pump-
state $700,000 last I Wall Street inquiry is one of the the announcement from Governor house number 5 at Little Bare
year. few
I days.
The 1933 legislature passed an1 busiest and most respected men in Sholtz that automobile' owners will Beach and .South. Shore Drainage
I until February 1, to get number east of Miami
be allowed 1,
act Washington. I District
f extending the racing season 32 II SCHARNBERG CAR OVERTURNS :

days longer than allowed before. Senator Trammell} besides being ---.- their new tags. I Canal. ,$
Miami will have three dog tracks | chairman of the naval affairs committee H. J. B. Scharnberg and his nephew The governor, in extending the One drainage culvert is under Construction convtract ,,

'- and two horse tracks in operation il has framed a bill to make John Lucca, escaped injury time limit, gives as his reason for so I to the North American is located at
during the available to home owners an addi- doing, the delay in furnishing the Company and
present season. Tampa ,when the LaSalle coupe in which i. Dis- "
will have horse racing this year for tional $500,000,000 for cash loans. they were travelling to Palm Beach tax collectors in all counties with the South Florida number Conservancy 6 near ;}

the first time in several seasons. Dog I Under the.- original law only $200- overturned at Twenty Mile Bend an adequate supply of tags. This I trict pumphouse has begun

v race tracks are being operated in 000,000 was authorized. The added 1 i Sunday evening. delay is said to have been causedby Pelican Bay. The company and the double

f Jacksonville, St. Petersburg, Tampa sum is necessary to meet the needs the extra work necessary in work on this location
is com-
-cam -- and West Palm Beach. of persons about to lose their homes, I I TEN INCH RADISH equipping the tags with the theft- I' wall cofferdam on front begin fare witnin
locking device. The law permits Excavation will
Trammell said. proof plete.
According to Mr. Patey, the mut-
:, uals play at the Tropical Park course I 1 J. Mark Wilcox, from West Palm A big, red ten-inch radish is being the governor to extend the purchasetime I I a few days.Under at Clewiston in
in Miami is now averaging more Beach, has asked for an appropriation displayed at the Davis grocery in case of emergency.Mr. building of the ';

than $100,000 a day from which the of $11,000,000 for the proposed store on Bridge street. It was raisedin Wilder has assu pd the governor -I connection with the the Thomason

state derives a $3,000 daily income, Chapman field air defense base at garden of M. D. Moon of North that an ample supply of tagsis drainage: culverts"dipping by vat", which '

: ,{3. admissions not included. Miami. Wilcox is preparing datawith LaBelle. Mr. Moon raises a great now in the hands of the tax collectors Company is a at the end of the

,",:? The state tax derived from racing which to convince the house variety of garden products success- and the governor has said is being erected Inn. This vat will

:/." is equally divided among the 67 1 military .affairs committee the air I fully and finds a ready market here that no further extension] will be point north of the on page 8)
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News Review of Current session monious.Speaker of Rainey congress predicted would that be har-the List of Legislation I NEW DEAL STAYS,

"We are going to have a short and SAYS PRESIDENT

the World OverPresident constructive session," said Mr. Rainey. Awaiting Congress
,: Events "It will be a very Important session, Washington.-Here Is a partiallist

but a working one rather than a dra- of legislation that probably will Tells Congress Old Regime
matic one. We will pass the supply be enacted by the Seventy-third '{
bills, the tax bills and the liquor meas- congress before the close of Its Is Gone Forever. '

Roosevelt Tells Congress and Nation the New ures and adjourn early'In May. present session :
"There will be no 'attempt to over A liquor tax bill, placing a levy Washington.-Amid scenes of tumultuous -

Deal Must: Be Permanent-Declares Recovery throw the recovery program or to oppose of $2 a gallon on spirits, designedto acclaim President Roosevelt,

the President. It Isn't possible. raise more than :500,000,000: in appearing before a Joint session of
Policies Are Succeeding.By If there Is any sniping the snipers are revenue.A the Seventy-third congress, read a
apt to be left at home.
general tax measure, revisingthe message sketching the progress of his
"We had the extra session and enacted
EDWARD W. PICKARD income-tax law and tightening recovery program and defining the as-
the and It Is
recovery program *
loopholes, estimated to produce pirations of the New Deal.
Just beginning to work. Recovery is
UST what President Roosevelt Intends modification of the Monroe Doctrine, on the way." 270,000,000 annually. He proclaimed his resolve, with the

I J to do and wbat ho wants asserting that It would henceforth be Eleven major 'supply bills, carrying co-operation ,of congress, to push for-

congress to do was not revealed In the policy of the United States to undertake TORRENTIAL rains lasting many appropriations for ordinary ward the establishment of a' new so-

any detail In the message which he no single-handed armed Inter- wrought disaster In Los ,Angeles federal activities. cial and economic order upon the lines r

read before a joint vention In any of the American re and its suburbs for floods rushed Additional appropriation bills, already laid down by the legislation

session of senate and publics. He declared that It was the through the towns and countrysideand possibly carrying sums running Into creating the NRA, the AAA, and oth-

'" :.: house at the opening Joint, obligation of all those republics probably 75 or more; lives, were the billions for emergency spend- er collectivist Institutions evolved by

of the regular ses to intervene in any one of them If lost. Glendale, Montrose, La ,Cres- ing. the bloodless revolution.

sion. However, It was such Interference should become necessary centa, Echo Park, Long 'Beach, Ala- Authorization for continuation of "Now that we are definitely in the

an excellent speech, to protect their Interests. mitos Beach, Venice, Redondo Beach' Reconstruction Finance..corporation '"process.of recovery," Mr. Roosevelt

addressed to the na, and other towns were those In the and the Civilian Conservationcorps. said, "lines have been rightly drawn

tion rather than to FOR the current and the next fiscal direct path of the inundation. If was between those to whom this recovery

-: ::. the congress and years the President asks congressto in these places that the heaviest toll Amendment of the basic acts under means a return to old methods-and

heard over the radio provide sixteen and a half billion of life occurred. which the NRA and Agricul- the number of these people is small-,

by millions of his dollars, in the budget message which tural Adjustment administrationswere and those for whom recovery'means r

fellow countrymen was transmitted to the lawmakers.Of EVALUATION of the dollar ap- founded, and some revision of ,a reform of many old methods, a per- : ,:

who en- this immense sum the recovery pears to,be a certainty of the not the securities' act; and, possibly)', :manent readjustment of many of ourways

President shT.ldM general agencies will require almost ten billions distant future, and the Treasury de- authorizat'on', for the President to of thinking, and therefore manyof

Roosevelt statement of the remainder being for the routine partment Is getting ready for that negotiate reciprocal trade agree- our social and economic. arrange
step. To start with It is about to
progress made by the recovery admin- government establishment. For ments without submitting each to ments." -,
istration and all the allied collectivist these two years the treasury deficits seize all remaining private holdings, no'w of the senate for ratification. The President indulged In no elaborate ,
gold. Henry Morgenthau Jr., <
Institutions.In are estimated at nine billion three Additional legislation probably to review of conditions and treat- '
secretary, In an order Issued under
plain, forceful language, Mr. hundred million dollars. To meet be debated, some of which Is almost ed the recovery effort only in the,most ".':
the law demanded
emergency banking
Roosevelt declared that the old meth- .these deficits the President proposesto certain of enactment includes general terms. Nor did he make any .
the surrender ot'all gold holdings,
ods have gone Into the discard and borrow on the credit of the govern- : specific recommendations of legisla- '
with five regard-
specific exceptions,
that the new social and economic or- ment ten billion dollars or more In less Ratification of the St. Lawrence tion. The purposes he did shadow
of their size.
der upon the lines laid down by the addition to borrowing about twelve waterway treaty. forth In his message may be summar-
: Failure to follow the treasury's or-
national recovery legislation must be billions to refinance maturing govern der and conviction carries' maximum Revision of the existing banking ized as follows :

pushed forward and made lasting. Opposition ment bonds and other obligations In penalty of ten years In prison, $10,000In legislation Including bank deposit Permanent'' government supervised
to this, he asserted Is found the next year and a half. guaranty provisions. Industrial organization along the lines'
fines both. The order applies to
among only a few Individualists.,, In By July 1, 1935, when the President corporations, partnerships, and associations Authorization for the Presidentto of the NRA.Continuation. '

general terms he told of the success proposes to halt recovery operationsand as well as Individuals.One declare arms embargoes In cooperation of the experiment to

of the :NRA In lessening unemployment begin paying the bills out of taxes, Important exception which still with other nations. raise the purchasing power of farmers

abolishing child labor, establishing the public debt, he estimates, will blocks along the lines of the AAA.
the way to devaluation was Regulation of the stock ex-
uniform standards of hours and stand at the all-time record peak of Devaluation of the dollar and es-
left In the order. Federal
new gold changes.
wages and preventing "ruinous rivalries thirty-one billions eight hundred and tablishment of managed currency.
reserve banks, which own 3,700,000- Regulation of the communications -
thirty-four millions.
within Industrial groups"The Stabilization of the monetary unitIn
000 in gold gold certificates out of systems.
President's claim for farm Republican senators and representatives -
relief international
a foreign exchange by
total American gold stock of 4,300-
will be Said ; and some Democrats pro- '
questioned by many. agreement.
000,000, were still allowed to keep their
he: "Actual experience with the op- fessed to be appalled by the Presi' Removal of marginal lands from

eration of the agricultural adjustmentact dent's spending program, but it prob- gold.banks' of How this to gold deprive legally,the or'at reserve least BANK FINDS BETTER cultivation. I

leads to belief that thus far ably will be put through, just the same
my Decentralization of Industry from
of would
the profit which the banks DEMAND FOR FARMS
the experiment of seeking a balance otherwise reap from devaluation, has urban centers to rural regions.

between production and consumptionis PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT an- long been puzzling treasury legal 'ex- Tariff readjustments that will preclude .

succeeding and has made progress nounced that he had accepted the perts. Buyers Regain Confidence in "large favorable trade balances. '
entirely In line with reasonable expectations long expected resignation of William by any one nation." '

toward the restoration of H. Woodin as secretary of the treas- the Midwest. Prevention of evasion of the "spirit.
It is up to the United. States.
farm prices to parity." ury, and appointed Henry Morgenthau, NOW of Claims to decide whether and purpose" 'of the tax laws. .

Brief allusion was made to the war Jr., to succeed him. Mr. Morgenthau or not President Roosevelt's actionIn St. Paul.-Prosperity corner has Regulation of speculation.

debts, and It was stated that stabIl- took the oath of office on New Tear's removing William E. Humphrey as been located by farmers and farm Federal aid to suppress banditry,

ization of the dollar is Impossible at day In the presence of Mr. and Mrs. a member of the federal buyers of the'Midwest and Northwest, lynching, and kidnaping. "

present because ,tfertaln other nationsare Roosevelt and the members of his fyg : : trade commission according to George S. Gordhamer, Relief of unemployment through

"handicapped, by Internal and other own family last October was "Ille treasurer of the St. Paul Federal "publicly supported work."

conditions." The message referred Mr. Woodin's retirement had been gal and void." Mr. Land bank.Gordhamer's. Organization 'of consumers to force

specifically to the disclosures before expected since last summer. He is Humphrey ,has ''filed observations substantiated "fair prices and honest sales.'

the senate banking and currency com- still In ,Arizona'endea.orlng to recover with the court a petition conclusions drawn from a recent In explanation of' his dollar depreciation a

mittee of rich and"powerful financierswho his health.PRESIDENT >ah) demanding from survey which revealed a minature policy the President contented 1

"evaded the spirit and purpose .Lr the United States land boom in the Midwest. Gordhamer himself with a single sentence, In "

of our tax laws," enriched, themselvesat A : GRAU and his supporters 1251.39 which he has charge of land bank real es- which he said that his gold, purchase

the expense of their stockholdersand In Cuba were preparing to says Is due him as his state deals. operations have "the twofold purpose

the public and through reckless combat an anti-government conspiracy salary from October He credited government control of of strengthening the whole financial

speculation with their own and other which Secretary of the Interior 8. to November.30. He production and government looseningof structure and of arriving eventuallyat

people's money, "Injured the values Guiteras said ,had 'W-------.W laid before the court, credit, with being the major causes a medium of exchange which will

of the farmers' crops and the savingsof gone too far to be a transcript of four of the Increasing confidence with have over the years less variable pur-

the poor." It also declared the Intention halted by any plan of rey letters from the Pres- which previously timid land buyers chasing and debt paying power for

of the government and the politicalconciliation, ident. Two of them requested his resignation have been returning to the,market our people than that of the past."

people to suppress "crimes of organ- or even recognition of a third accepted his resignation The St. Paul Land bank, he said, Thus he renewed his proposal of a

ized banditry, cold-blooded shooting, the Grau regime by although Mr. Humphrey contended found ready buyers for 84 farms In commodity dollar, the value of which

lynching and kidnaping that have the United States. none had been offered, while a its four states during December, will be variable, while the level of

threatened our security." The revolutionists, he fourth contained only these words: double the number sold in December, commodity prices remains virtually
The President's closing sentences Sbf said, were operatingfrom "I am In receipt of your letter of '1932. constant:

especially aroused the supporters of Miami, Fla. In September 27. Effective as of this "There is a better feeling than there

the Constitution. He thanked the ,.. Havana the army's date (October 7) you are hereby removed was' 90 days ago," Gordhamer said,

members of congress for their co-op- f6 '- home made tanks .from. the office of commissioner, "and indications are that the new I WASHINGTON BRIEFS I

eration, and concluded : Pride.! were Placed, In straGrau of the federal trade commission." federal financing at lower rates,, of Interest

"Out of these friendly -contacts we teglc positions, the Mr. Humphrey refused to, resign or through the land bank and com
building police were armed get out and formally notified the trade President Roosevelt appointed his
are, fortunately, a strong and missioner's loans, and the assistance
permanent tie between the legislative with rifles and soldiers were stationedon commission of that refusal ; but the offered through the corn-hog and former law partner, Grenville T. Em-

; and executive branches of the housetops to check sniping. commission wrote him that It had voted met of New York city, minister to the
gov- wheat allotment plans Is going to
ernment. The Miami revolutionaries' plans to recognize the executive order of Netherlands.
: make: farming more attractive thanit
/' "The letter of the Constitution wiser "are too far advanced," Guiteras said the President. Mr. Humphrey Is a has been for some time. '- ,

ly declared a separation, 'but the im- "b 'cause they accepted money from Republican and the controversy between "This Is constantly being brought Postmaster General Farley namedF.
pulse of common declares American corporations In exchangefor him and Mr. Roosevelt has been Schrup acting postmaster' Du-
purpose a home to us during the last three
union. In this certain concessions If they attain taken 'up as a political issue by some buque, Iowa. Everal J. McKinnon was
r spirit we join once months, and it. is noticeable that more ,
: more In serving the American people." power. They can't return the money. others of that party. It Is certain to persons with money are entering the named for Ross, N. D.
Therefore, they must carry out their be the subject ot.oratory and argu-
market: than .at any time for the last
ment In congress. For fourteen years
p plans. An "alarming" personnel situationin
message of the President
was three
TillS especially to the American President Grau signed a decree set- Mr. Humphrey represented the state years. the navy was cited by Rear Admiral '
"Foreclosures have been decreased
people. A few days before he ting April 22 as the date for the elec- of Washington in congress. through the efforts of the farm credit D. Leahy, chief of the bureau of navigation 1)

delivered another that tion of a constitutional assembly in recommending to Secretary
was meant administration and farms are not
weeks Jon G. Duca ,
more for the rest of the world. It was which will meet on May 20 to choosea SOME of Rumania ago outlawed the, going into the hands of unwilling own- Swanson a full manning of naval ves-
his new provisional president and drafta sels.
speech on Woodrow Wilson's numbers. From what I
Iron Guard, an anti-Jewish organization. ers in large
constitution. Grau said he '
l birthday delivered at a dinner given new He has paid the penalty, 'for a have observed lately I believe there
would not continue in the presidencyafter More than half of the
by the Woodrow Wilson, foundation, member of the guard assassinatedhim is going to be a' steady increase In the World war
and In It he vigorously attacked political May 20, regardless of whetherthe In a railway station in Sinal demand for farms." veterans who drew pensions for thirteen -

i: leaders of 'other nations for assembly confirms him as provisIonal The murderer, who was arrested with years because they were "pre-

f.. frustrating the hopes of the peoples president. two accomplices, proudly admitted his Hotel sumed" to have suffered; battle wounds "
18, .Killed in
:. for world peace. :Ninety per cent of crime. Girl ; will be dropped permanently from the ., ,,-t

; the population of the earth, he THOUGH the year closed with The assassination. came as climax Man, 23, Found a Suicide benefit roles, the veterans bureau. revealed -

,; averred, Is' desirous that there shall farm products and man- to a long series of disorders characteristic -, Oklahoma City, Okla.-Eighteen- .

r be no more wars; but the remaining ufactured foods showing a downward of the new wave of anti-Semitic year-old Caroline Harbolt was shot to
10 trend; though the estimates of the which has swept Rumania Blue Eagle on Senator's Door
per cent are misled by politicians radicalism death in a downtown hotel here.,
who government and of Chancellor Hit Washington. Senator SheppardDem.
have Imperialistic designs and since the victory of Robert
Sought her slayer, Laing,
selfish motives.Mr. grain dealers revealed ler's anti-Jewish campaign in Ger- ( ., Texas) put up a blue eagle on
4tw, 6 twenty-three, was found a few hours
that the > his office doorthe building custodian
Roosevelt's acreage reduction i
peace plan, offered many. later, a suicide, police said.
to the world, may be thus summarized: program on notwithstanding. The senator recently -

: Every nation would agree to eliminate which the_ Agriculture LOANS totaling 27,534,000 were al signed the President's reemployment -
1- over a period of years and by department spent vast to six railroads by the Plan., for Philippines Offered agreement in behalf of his office

progressive steps all weapons of offense sums was virtually a PW A. Funds were authorized to per- Washington.-Greater political autonomy force and placed on his door a big

keeping only permanent defensive failure, and though mit purchase of steel rails and track for the Philippine Islands at blue eagle. The custodian asked him

Implements." Each natIon there were other discouraging > fastenings, for the repair of locomo- once, with independence after ten to take it down, explaining that it was

could Inspect Its neighbor to Insure signs, on tives and rolling stock and to finance years, conditional upon conclusion of against the rules to put up "signs."
t.io against offensive weapons. the whole President the construction of coal cars. an International neutralization agree-

Every nation would Join In a simple Roosevelt and his advisers .. Largest of the loans was an alloca- ment, was recommended to President Sheriff Foils Lynchers
: declaration that no armed forces had. reason to t. -- _"- tion of 12,000,000 to the Southern Pacific Roosevelt by a citizens' committee Alamosa, Colo.-Quick action by

...., would be allowed to cross Its borders believe the new year Speaker company. The Illinois Central sponsored by the Foreign Policy Asso- Sheriff Maurice Smith of Alamosa

,,. Into the territory of any other nation. promised to see con- Rainey railroad was granted $9,300,000 and the ciation of New York and the World saved Herbert Rankin, twenty-five .b
;: By ruling that such pacts would be Baltimore & Ohio railroad, 4230000.
Elderable success achieved by their recovery Peace Foundation of Boston. held as a suspect in the killing of r
effective unless all nations agreed thef plans. Many leaders In econ- Receivers of the Wabash railway were Sheriff Adolfo Rodriquez of San Luis ,..

:; : nations still believing "In the use of omy and politics gave them this as- granted 1489000. Loans of $265,000and Postmaster Dies in Fire Colo., from death at the hands of a

the sword for Invasion" would be surance, and there was manifested a 250,000 were granted for Kansas Milwaukee.-John Albers, forty-six, mob of 200. With a. flying wedge "
railroad and the
pointed out to the Oklahoma & Gulf
of world
pressure general determination to go along fur Interstate railroad, the latter a VIr- postmaster at Thiensville, was suffo- formed by his deputies Sheriff Smith
ther with the President and supporthis road. cated to death in a fire which guttedthe rushed Rankin to safety from a San
" The President also proclaimed a efforts. ginia
(C, 1934. western Newspaper Union. Thiensville post office building. I Luis jail cell.

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:': :;: I= Q neen.A's L ace. I= Smoking Newspapers '.- Lime and ManureSuperphosphate Recommended .. ,

_4' _, = Country Towns for the Improvement -

;;: c By Frances Parkinson Keyes i ,-. _. 1933,._.Bell"-Jyndlcate.-WNU---"--Service.-- of Pastures.

By L. R. Simons' Director ot Extension
AM: New York State College of Agriculture.WNU .
5 I an Inveterate smoker, but get
: \ Service.
' .' "WNTJ Service no pleasure out of the habit. 1 I
E The service
Frances Parkinson. Keyes :: extension of the Collegeof
i I E have never owned a satisfactory pipe
Agrculture Is working on a campaign -
;', = I I ..11"11 II"IIS used a tobacco that did not bite my
: : tongue or been able to find satis-
::1-:: a part of an effort to
but-" anyway, 1 wouldn't know what to get more poundsof
', ..;; factory cigar. Sometimes In smoking milk to the
It that the
; says
"But be wants you to be?" buy. I wouldn't know what was suit an old
--- pipe now, I become as sick present main activity of this
:;:> In a mood ol disappointment, through her "Yes. I've known him for years. He able.". as I did when a boy learning the to Induce the use of superphosphate

4; 'r? inability due to the selfishness of her family, brought me here tonight" Neal saw that he was facing real filthy habit. Lately I tried with
:'J>$:, to put finishing touches to her costume for a "Three cheers for George !I" said heartbreak frankly confessed. He quitting and the manure top dressings for pas
.. nuisance of
!::if,' .. country dance, Aone Chamberlain is irritated quittingwas tures, and for the growing of small .
; "
c he fUly. 1 don't believe veered from It with consummatetact.
' Neal : you away:
1" Hildreth. no
:" by the stolidity of her escort. George greater than the nuisance of grains and silage.
,/.: A visitor In the community. Neal Conrad really Intend to, marry him though do smoking; In fact a little less. l'' The
college that New
points out
y lawyer is to be the "sensation" of thei' '
young "Well we could take a picnic
? shall
evening, and Hildreth, Anne's suitor. Is vague- you try the plan on some other of York soils and manure are low, in
ly jealous Conrad is Impressed by Anne's "No but"Then -" and eat It by the roadside. Then you I' my bad habits, since I have long phosphorus, and for this reason, .
': fresh' young beauty and readily, perceives her wouldn't it to a real klnd"I could wear anything you happen to' preached that practice of good habitsIs super-
.. phosphate should be, used to supple-
i' ,, : fiii character.
have What you'd wear to church as '
'}:;;:lil "a.'" ( easier than practice of bad ones. ment lime and manure in order to get
long as we're going on a Sunday. How .
better yields of legume-hay and small
P CHAPTER Continued "
: would that do?
a :.... In Justice to myself 1 find I I'cannot grain 'Crops.Because .
: -5- do all."
"I don't believe It would at
.>,' wir read all the interesting things In the superphosphate doubles the ,
; ?
: "Perhaps you'll Join me "Why not?"
"Oil, no I" "It Just wouldn't"A newspapers. The editors and reporters value of manure as a fertilizer, It
have become as entertaining as makes the supply further. Recent
"That wasn't fair. I knew youwouldn't sound be- go
booming !
,- ? the moving pictures the radio but I
.. i l I only wanted to hear you gan to float through the open windowsof experiments have ,also proved that su
"' It'" ih r have my living to earn, so I must cut perphosphate, alone or with manure: ,
say the town hall. Clearly, the band
''" ?" down on my reading, as I have been will greatly Improve permanent pas-
,,'I.; "Why was preparing to recommence Its min-
compelled to cut' down on smoking tures.
"I don't'know. But I' like your voice. istrations. Neal's time was growing
liquor society, and other of the more The college makes these suggestions ,;
t t Where did you learn to use It so well? short He leaned over, and took

''fi ;.' -."I' never learned at all. I've just. Anne's hand which somehow she could agreeable things. for the use of superphosphate: :
: '
Buy bulk superphosphate. Use It In
kept tryIngI've thought about It I not seem to _withdraw, and spoke to
{ mean, and practiced by myself. And her very earnestly. A woman in my town was born In the dairy barn this winter at the rate y

& I love beautiful English. But I've "Look here-you're not refusing be- Keokuk Iowa, and lived there until of four, or five pounds for each cow, :

:, never heard much." she came a bride to Atchison, Kan- 40 to 50 pounds for every load of ma .
cause you think I'm trying to be fresh, -
:L-' sas ( country town) where she has nure. :
my ,
"Where did to school?
:;:; you go asking you to do this when I'd never ,
lived to old Keokuk is her out Apply the manure supplemented :
::., "In West Hamstead, at the 'dIstrIct met before age. '
f;. ;_. school until I was, old enough to go to T 1 "N-o-o.you side world ; it bounds all her reminis with superphosphate at the rate of not .:.

: 8 cences. And she tells some Interesting more than ten loads acre on corn .
; ;: high school. I teach the district school "For I'm not If you'd rather, 'we per '
stories about Keokuk. Lucy land or for top dressing new seeding. -
:1&; myself now. won't say anything more about the
Worthington who married Henry The county agricultural agent has ;,
f.t. "And'you went to high scbooltoff4.f ride, until I've called on you several ,
Clews,' the noted banker lived there direct charge of the campaign and Is :
?. "Here' in Hamstead. I lived withMummer's times, and all that This Is Thursday. '
as a girl and has In ready to give the latest Information ;
: .k Aunt Sarah. She was an I could come twice before Sunday, any- now a palace '
Newport the most exclusive In about the best methods for buying and :'i y
":f.v ,,' old..lady, a cripple. She was awfully way. Tomorrow evening and Saturday colony '

'w" ,.. ..good to me. She let me tome and evening. You're willing should come this country (according to a certain handling superphosphate. -I

* live with her and work ,for my board to call, aren't you?" magazine which sells for a dollar a "

ii't: and go to school. If she ,hadn't I'd Don't Believe You Really Intendto "Y-e-e-s." copy). Rupert Hughes lived there as Efficient Milk Tests

t.;;;. have had to out as hired help when Marry Him, Though, Do You?" a boy ; In fact the Atchison woman
: go .. "The only trouble,Is, I can only:stay Can Be Made at Home
:" gave him music lessons. I once attended -
t: :i, If us' thirteen. here a few days. I'm on my vacation, '
,-; ness In the'end, to let him find that a banquet in New York city Here is an easy test which anyone '
r...: : "Are-are your parents but it's got to be a pretty short one. '
, out right away? : and made can make: of his milk at home -.i
: : "Oh But seemed; a speech nothing.. (1 I
: : .: 'J v no. they've never I'm a lawyer you know, in Hinsboro. ,
:, "Perhaps but-to heard later that Irvin Cobb, who presided 1. After the milk is all cooled and '
;,r.; L ;, to prosper; Pupper's had hard luck Roy'll tell you, or your family, any-
';.{,,}, : always;' and Mummer Isn't strong." "Do you know how many timesyou've thing you'd like to know about me. Is soVit y and famous as ,a stirred take an eight or ten-ounce 'i:

,: Annehesitated, a moment and then said 'but' to me tonight I'm doing pretty. well-quite well. But ,toast master that he received a hundred sample; place In a clean milk;, bottle ':
'. "No but-" and or fruit jar and cover lightly. ;;
fifty dollars.) :Mr. Cobb
continued, In a, burst of confidence this Is the first vacation I've ever
They both laughed. It seemed somehow considered 2. Set the sample In a cool place -i
Rupert Hughes so notablea .
afraid won't
"I'm anything
'-:, you say taken, and I can't afford to leave my
1 very easy for Anne to laugh with for SO or 72 hours. You might take !
man he invited him to speak. Mr.
about loving to bear me talk again, office too long now. I mustn't take '
after hearing me call them Mummerand : Neal Conrad. And In the course of any chances. I've worked'too hard Hughes had lately written a candid one test at 36 hours ; the other at 72. ;i

Pupper But I did when I was a her laugh she recovered herself somewhat building up my' practice to let It slide. life of George Washington, and in his 3. Warm the milk by placing sam- '

-',", ".... little girl;* and when I learned that I You ,see that don't you i"Anne's' Introduction the toast master said :' pIe In a pan of water at 95 to 100 de- ':

0" .' ought to' say Mamma\ and Papa, they "I may"as well ,tell you. I couldn't'' heart had bounded :from: her 'We have 'with us this evening a gen.tleman grees F. for about ten minutes. j

: possibly go with to one of those who If 4. Now remove the cap and smell ",
.- ,'., .' -,: wouldn't let me change. They thought you fluttering breast to her throat.. She he has not proved that ; ;
,: big hotels. I haven't anything to then taste the milk by taking it into
: George Washington was the father of
" ,; I was trying to put on airs. could not answer him. Inside the hall,
"Did you think of 'Father' and wear." the leader' of the band was beginningto his, country, has at least proved that the mouth and tipping your head so i

, 'Mother r She was afraid then that he vra& call the numbers 'of the Portland. he tried to be. Mr. Rupert Hughes, of that It will reach the taste glands at "";:.4

"Yes--but they didn't like that going to laugh at her instead of with Fancy. Thomas Gray would be hunt- Keokuk Iowa." The more creditable the base of your tongue. Discharge It ,

either." her. But he did nothing of the sort Ing for her and George- history of the United States Is the from the mouth ; do not swallow It. :'f
He regarded her with less amusement 5. Good milk has little taste and .'
r ,:: "I set-so; you've, never been away "Won't you please say you'll take history of Its country towns and the,
'o' from Hamstead than :before, and something very like that drive?" farms surrounding ,them ; cities are leaves no disagreeable taste In the '.

1f.i K:, "Well; ,of course I go' to Wallace- tenderness. It was'no use. She could 'not struggle largely commercial 'necessities coun- mouth. -;

:. ;: town On errands. And once In awhile "You don't need' to dress ,up, you against her own longing. Somehow try town people visit with regret, 6. Set the rest of the sample In a,
know. Haven't little while warm place with the cap on, to sour.
' c i to show. you a simple she found her voice. and there learn bad habits

"Wouldn't. you like to go furtheraway serge suit of some sort..? It's cool "All right she said ,breathlessly. 'It; from their Inhabitants. 7. Good milk sours with an even
; thin curd. If It shows a watery or"glassy"
r. than that? motoring. f
:, .. was barely more than a whisper, but
/_ "Wo ldn't I like to? What do you "No." Neal hearing It, knew that she would A large number of experts in education broken, curd you probably

t L", suppose?'l ,:"""'t, "And you couldn't get one?" not change her mind. "Yes, I'll go." lately met In convention and either have one or more cows giving

:! ,t'>. :' "1Ve11I suppose' 'you would. So why "No, I couldn't afford to buy one. (TO BE CONTINUED.) made over the English grammar. The bad milk ; or your methods of milk

): don't you? Why don't you let me decision of 'a considerable majoritywas production are not good.-Milwaukee
and take for nice that to make meaning clearIs Milk Producer.
s -4 come you a long "r'r'r'rr-' r'r'rr'r'r'r-' rr'r-' your
: drive up through the mountains In my the secret' of good punctuation, good

.automobile" Joys Sorrows and Remembrances in usage, good speech and good writing. Salt for Pigs

:. Anri JW speechless It was Impossible According' to these men 'the quarrel Many farmers never feed salt I

i. ':: :. -and yet It had happened. For Journey Down "Hills of Yesterday" between "farther" and "further" endsIn pigs because of the danger of having

the first time In nearly an hour she a draw ;' neither word Is further them get 'too much at one time but

+ ", remembered the existence of George. I have Just returned from a long Is the best to read? Of course I mean away from correctness than the other. there is no possibility of their doingso

': "' ,. .And only because It would be such a Journey down the hills of Yesterday. the shortest and easiest. And so on, "Nice" Is welcomed to nice linguistic If the salt Is well mixed with the

:satisfaction to tell ..him that his Jeer Actuated by a desire to find a pictureof letters too sacred to quote breathing society. So Is "folks." So Is "Loanme ground feed says Wallaces' Farmer.At .

ing prediction had come true. Then the old high school (before It was hope and happiness, family history In a pencil." It Is proper now "to the Lacombe (Alberta) dominion

her heart smote her. George would called Shortridge),. which I knew must the making. How could I bear to let make a date" and "to taxi" to the experiment station It was found that

be hurt terribly hurt by the mere be ,In the old box of letters and reminders the flames of an unfeeling furnace spot. We are told that a prepositionIs the grinding of feed was made especially

knowledge that the,Invitation had been of other days, I dragged out obliteratejt all? a perfectly proper word to end asentence profitable because of the con- .

extended. If she accepted It, he would been : with. We are advised that. venience In feeding salt. It Is reported :
the ponderous thing that has There. were i letters from girl friends

be'' stricken. toted from pillar to post, lo, these full of: ,all. sorts of foolishness ; the we fray split the Infinitive all we that the addition of salt not only .
"I could come for you right after like If our object In doing so Is to whet the
: many .years In spite of the disapproval book lovers'asking for something:good served as a spice to appetite
breakfast Neal went on, "then we more, clearly express our meaning.And but It also added to the palatability
of the entire family. It contained to' read. Had I read "One Summer,"
. ':could stop In Wallacetown ,and pickup we may open our sentences with of the feeds used, the difference being
of classes and of
programs graduating for Instance? Yes, Indeed, I have nev-
t' Mrs. Griffin and Roy, We could ; conjunctions. The writer who has: reflected in the extra amount of feed
life but
all the activities of my young er forgotten that clever little story. I
have lunch at hotel We could In learning to be nice
some spent a lifetime consumed by the salt-fed pigs. In tests
', the picture failed to appear There can still see;,that young lonesome girl
go a long way In a day, you've no and refined In his technique will wonder conducted the last three summers the j
back to
were". old letters dating girl. starting out In the rain and wind at '
f idea. Then I'd bring you back in the', fatal : the painstaking are told, that the use of 2.5 pounds of salt In every 100
hood step
days and I took the
: a little seaside village, In search of a '
evening.. ,old and difficult distinctions between pounds of meal mixture, with pigs In :
'of. reading some of their yellowed book to read running Into the heroto
: : ,,0b, I 'can't !I" "will" no longer Important I'
"shall" and are dry lot, self-fed a grain ration of oats
', ': ';, pages. Alas I no arguments of hardhearted ( be and .
) putting out his
: Neal his eyewith'
:' flung away ,cigarette, and The copyreader who for and barley, resulted, on the average Ina
':', lcj ked at her the moon- any cynical onlookers could her unmanageable umbrella. The '
curiously years has patiently changed "providing" SG per cent Increase In the dally
persuade me to dump ,the whole outfit of Blanche Willis Howard had
light. pen
There was real anguish In her to "provided" In sentences like gains and a 22 per cent decrease In r
: into the furnace. "Let the dead past happily entertained me before with "
voice. i""Well
1I will go providing he stays, will cost of gains. .
: bury Its dead" ; "What do you want her of "Aunt Serena "
story centered
don't :take It that way even find to his sorrow that he has wastedhis
Ifyou: can't. Buf.whycan't. ,you?" with all that antiquated stuff?" and about the opera of Lohengrin. As I time. An old-fashioned rhetorician

..."You have no Idea how much work I kindred remarks assailed my ears unheeded recall It now. it must have been on the coming home to the English depart- Agricultural Notes

there: Is for me to do at home.' And as I slipped back Into the past order of Susan Erst's "Madame Clare." ment from his sabbatical year will find One-third of the world's supply of

there's extra washing >to do this week." There were faded letters, written long About that time, everybody was read- strange company all over the place. apples Is grown In the United States.

"""We could goon; Sunday." ago by Indulgent parents, brothers and Ing "Helen's Babies," "A Fool's Er- r CS *

sisters reciting the homely details of rand "That Lass o1 "
Lowries "Itud-
"On Sunday? I don't believe orchards
you Soon they were marrIed Es- Over-crowded apple may
understand our ways. ,We ,never family life; Joyfully describing little der Grange" "The Lady of the Aroos- I out other
: : go telle Taylor began "bossing" Jack be Improved by cutting every
anywhere: on Sunday." outings, parties and weddings ; sadly took," "Daisy Miller," and the short Dempsey, although he could whip her diagonal row.
speaking of Illness and deaths. stories of Elizabeth Stuart .
"Well couldn't you, for once?" Phelps with his little finger. His bedroom

'* "No-even If J. thought It was right There they were. from girlhood days Harriet Prescott Spofford, and Sarah was of silk and lavender, 'and his wife The chewing of boards and bones

'''' I have to play the organ In church and down, to maturity. I read many of Orne Jewett said to her friends: "After all the by cattle Is an Indication that they are

x teach my Sunday schpol class and-" them, dwelling longest upon the daysof For two whole days, my room wasa hardships Jack has endured I want requiring minerals.

"Wouldn't somebody else do that for young motherhood ; on letters from chaos of letters In process of assortment him to have comfortable and Inviting .
; yr-u just once?" little ones. Just learning to write; I walked In the past mechani- surroundings. He has' had enough of Fall-freshening cows are more profit-

"No one ever has.: about little successes of keeping houseIn cally performing the present-day du- the hard side; I will soften the cruelty able than cows which freshen in other

"That's' no sign no' one ever would. mother's absence ; of sweet little ties until the orgy was over. Then I' strain in him." They were seasons of the year.

You might ask.- confidences so naively expressed ; letters came back to earth tied, all the letters divorced In a few months. A gen ." .

She tried to shake herself free' from embellished with drawings of In bundles according to dates of spe- eral married after the war and became Four acres of ground on a farm near

7 the lure of his suggestion. I flowers and people by the little l artist ; cial significance and put the old box so completely subdued that Free Soil, Mich., yielded 250 bushelsof

'. "1-George. wouldn't like It at'all If a boy of nine writing thus: "I have back Into the closet am1 not Into the those who had served under him marveled wheat the past year. ,

,1 did. read 'Silas Mariner' and 'The Mill With behind .
to furnace. so many years as he was a hard master. Finally *

"Who Is George on the Floss Would that George El- 'us, It Iz very difficult to conform to he disposed of his wife with a carving Notice on farm gate: "I am goingto

\ "George Hildreth. He lives on the liott (the spelling Is his) had used her present tactics which admonish us to knife ; she insisted on slicing ham enforce trespassing and hunting on

next farm to ours." own name, she'd never have been forget the past and live In to ),.-"M.. thicker than he believed proper. this place from now on, so watch out."
,. "I see.* Are you engaged to him?" great I Dickens comes' .next Which O. W. In the Indianapolis News. c:::

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The Clewiston News by -sub-tropical climate, and the J of steel. .. I plenty bad, but still they put It off. feelin's for the world, but Just the

1 vegetation is produced In the winter I The three schools in the 'Glades Even If the time was extended to same it kind of embarrasses George

Published every Friday in Clewiston; season when highest prices are section of West Palm Baech countyare :: ,p April or May a lot of birds would with his public.

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, manded. Commercial chemists, planning to have a Field Day
com-j still wait until the last day to buy The truth of the matter is, the
Inc. ing the muck soil, will together during the month of Jlay.
variety of qualities and make They plan some athletic events, a 'em. Some would, even kid themselves new tags are theft-proof. Of course

.. Keathley Bowden, Editor coveries that entrepreneurs will one-act play from each_ school, r.nd Into bellevln' they'd get another extension it's kind of hard to make a motorist

capitalize and exploit. Political other literary contests.. It is plannedto and use the old tag until a understand that when i he walks

economists will discover that this charge a small admission to the traffic cop ran 'em over to the curb around to the hind end of his bus

Entered as second class mall matter soil and this climate can make the. plays and use that to defray the cost and slipped 'em a ticket. I and finds his nice new tag gone, "r-.

February 1, 1927, at the Post nation Independent of foreign coun- of prizes and miscellaneous expenses. While we're on ,the subject ,of new but just the same every case reported .

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under tries for rubber and many food- Why couldn't the Clewiston, Moore tags, I see where the newspaper I so far discloses the fact that It

the Act of March 3, 1897. stuffs. Haven and LaBelle schools get together paragraphers are havln' a lot of fun was the bracket that was stolen.

"There was once a man, wise on similar plans? It seems razzin' George Wilder on account of Now maybe the tag was attachedto

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. philosophical and traveled, who pro- that it, could be worked out to the Rome practical joker stealin' the tags the bracket, but the point is It

Advertising rates on application., pounded a theory of colonization to muutal advantage of all three towns when they're supposed to be theft- was the bracket that was stolen and

explain why men travel far and and with no expense. Of course, if proof. George never made any extravagant

dangerously into unknown places and the Hendry schools are forced to Of course I know it's all in fun claims about the brackets bein' theft-

Devoted to the advancement and there, in face of hardship, remain ,close :at the end of February it and the boys wouldn't hurt George's (Continued on page 8)

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry and flourish, cultivating the soil, probably would be impossible get,

County. / raising stock, harnessing.great water the plans complete and put in action
this year. But it is something to keep
and towns.
T building in mind for future We wouldbe COT'S
years. "
is contained in ; Folding Cots
theory a
When the CWA is over a lot of "ThjC glad to see the plan tried and ; -
single phrase: 'When a new land is
men will have to fall back on their believe it would meet with approvaland II Covered v t Heavy CanvasSingle
wives for support, says the Wau- ripe for occupation, Nature beckons cooperation of both school
with a finger tipped in gold.: Bed Size Steel Cots
chula Advocate. authorities and patrons : $2. 69
"But in the end it is the land, not -
Dr. W. W. Grant performed the he gold, that takes hold of men's $2.95

first operation for removal of appendix imagination. The gold seam vanishes ( 1 Others $2.95;: and. $3.25

48'years ago. What strides into the reef, the bright dust shinesno TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY Double Decker Steel Cots

medicine has made since then! And more in the sands of the river,

what a babble if all the people that and beaten men start and in fear : I $5.50. BLANKETS

had undergnoe that operation could look 'about them for a way to live ft I

get together to talk about it. Then the land triumphs-the honest, I $2.95
straight-dealing land whose promisesare ( BY r
C. O.
Judging solely by the advertise- fulfilled with the steady marchof RUSSELL KAYAnd D. All AYool O. D. Army Blankets

ments in the Saturday Evening Postit the seasons. That is a discovery F, rr PROMPTLY: $3.50 and $4.50

would be a hard matter to decide I that will be re-made in the Ever FILLED I
-'. 83 percent :Wool Army Style Camp
just 'which automobile company is glades.
now with Dave's statementthat Blankets, $1.95
the motor
the time for purchasing the
And judging from the 1934 ALL LEATHER ,. B H BSHBKBREECHES
try"models of practically all makes I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. new trick tags has been extended to ,
February 1, right after George Wilder BOOTS;
doubt but that it is being
there is no
and abso-
I had told us posolutely

revolutionized. RAMBLINGS. tively the deadline was January 15,
$3 451.50 Bedford, Cord Grey Covert
: ;:
or take the consequences, somebody'sface .
Barbara and her "marrying Prince or Gabardine Cloth
Mdivani" are honeymooning apart. .:ti N:..:N N N M:N N:N:N H N:N:N:N:N N N N N:N N:N..) ought to' be red. $6.95 I
Judging from the number of 33
With the millions she owns a little $2.95 $1.79
Newspapers never have any luck. tags still clinging to the rear of 18IX. TAN ,BOOT
thing like being separated from the
the princess.The Take us for Instance. The News is Florida cars it is evident that most Leather Sole and Heel
prince shouldn't worry
a Friday paper, and early Saturday. folks didn't believe a word George Khaki or Whipcord

towns Fort Meade and Ar- morning seems to be the most auspicIous said and weren't the least bit afraidof $5 o 95

time for news to break. However the big bad wolf. $1.98
cadia are taking steps to provide a
if the breaks have to be disastrous -
tuition school to finish out the regu- That time-limit stuff on motor
such as the fire that destroyd -
lar term for those who will pay for tags is as old as Irving Cobb's radio

the privilege. Hendry county ciitzensare the commissary office and ware- jokes. Officials have been_walkin' out I r \'V FCOASTARMY
louse last Saturday, we would struggle -
still waiting breathlessly hoping in the limelight and springin' that
along without the breaks. .
sane means of continuing its schoolsto gag for so many years nobody pays

eight months terms will be pro- The fire left complete destruction i any attention to it. I STORE
:"n its wake. Sunday afternoon the
vided. Now if Jim Lee had stuck, his ,
wins were still burning and cans of head out of, the Comptroller's office I 1112 MAIN ST. ... FT. MYERS, FLA.

:'ood stuff still from the .
"RE-DISCOVERY OF THE J;"heat. Fire' is always exploding a sad spectacle, and announced that he was gonna .- Ji;' =OC--:: ,: ':::::....: --, __ ,_ : -.=:---:- -:=-:--,. _- --r.,>
EVERGLADES" crack down on a certain date, a lot
end the more so when food is being
II of folks would have been downright
destroyed. Mr. Ward nearly got
(Excerpts from article in EvergladesNews worried and there wouldn't be any-
I knocked out fighting this one, he
where near .as many _stragglers, on
: January. 23, 1925.) said. The heat and smoke _overcame Dine at. ....
I account of ,Jim ,bein', In the habitof I :- #
"In 1873 the publishers of the :aim while he was on a ladder placedto
meanin' what he says
sportsmen's magazine, Forest and of the windows. He for-
one was
Human nature is a funny, thing.It I The Arabian Grill : -
Stream, sent an expedition to tunate enough to fall away from the .
makes folks do a lot of dumb
Southern Florida. In much the same fire instead of into it, and said the :
tricks, like puttin' off the purchaseof ITS DIFFERENT :
spirit that James Gordon Bennett next thing he knew he was sittingff
i a new tag until the last minute :
sent Henry Stanley into Africa, the to one side. .F
and then yelpin' and squawkin' be- 'NEWCLEAN
;L :
publishers of Forest and Stream sentF. r
i One of those steel storage cabinets cause they have to stand in line for
A. Ober, 'a young naturalist from FIRST CLASSTry
that called
are "fire-proof" was
two or three hours to get served.
:Massachusetts, into this region in i I opened the day after the fire, and Every motorist knowshe's. gotta
Everglades one of our tasty sandwiches.
which the News is pub-
to everyone's surprise the records
buy a tag sooner or later.,They also
lished. I inside were intact, though damp know that the tag money goes-to BEER SOFT DRINKS --- Alston Building! .

"Lake .Okeechobee is almost as !I from the "sweat" formed by the the schools and the schools need it

little known now as it was one hun- leat. The records, incidentally, were

,dred years ago, when it rejoiced in those of the receiver of the Building --

,the name of Mayaco. Ober wrote in :I :Material Company, and were located'n

an article for the magazine that the building formerly used by that 't 0 0' ,hz z,
described an unsuccessful effort to company. The cabinet was located ,z, 'I

pass from. what is now Stuart to the next to the wall, and ,when the wall .!; ::: An Attractive Clewiston Home :i:

shore of the big lake not 50 miles gave way fell outside the buildingand .-

away," states the article in the was not subjected to the intense i

Everglades News, which continues heat very long. .' n We Helped Build ; U

: with a bit of historical observationand Speaking of more cheerful sub-

prophecy which the intervening jects, Alston's is creating quite a Xt Ay Y V

.t; cine years ,have seen fulfilled to an wave of excitement with those fine '' Y vf
even greater degree than is indicatedin Ay Xv.
prizes they are going to give away. ':' 'z. 'I'.t.
the article. '
The Austin looked quite prominent, 0'0 y'I. vAA Ot'

"The Spanish explorers who followed all dressed up in its protective blanket vf

t Columbus came to America in like the pedigreed animals at the + X:

pursuit of gold and silver; French I /air. ,The radios are nothing to be Xt: ? & v tY :

and English explorers of later years sneezed at, either, and in case we yAVA

; came to fish for cod ,to explore the I aren't lucky enough to win first Ay yX

I ;.' country to plant the banners of their prize, we'll be highly elated to take Xx

! '.. sovereigns, to convert the Indians, one of them home. x 't fAAt

{ to find a Northwest Countless vf
t : passage. -
Folks that live in the Evergladesnow 1.o.. ..
thousands have from all oZo 'to.
. come s.
f. :
{ are really privileged if you stopto
,parts of the world since then, and :z: 0:' 4t
think about it. Seldom is there A -
l they are still moving-humanity is
anything more interesting going on t fl.
I( never still The Florida Everglades.is
:han the building of the levee on x
!; now in the track of travel, the Lake Okeechobee. It is a tremendousthing ,:'( :
impulses that moved peoples hundreds : ):
jl -
5:1) o}
I and is being constructed with :
Jr. of years ago are motives for A vf
exactness. We have watchedits yytt
r, immigration to this region,' into a A
progress with interest from the
i' country that has just been re-dis- A YV
beginning of the and
survey core Ah
! covered. vyAA
i'', .,. drilling. Nothing that we have seen, yy Ar
"The movement has its ebb and Y ?
, lowever, interest to the average A vv
flow but it will no more be defeated
layman, can be compared with the 0 ,:. 's' os. ,,
f than Ober would be defeated by his construction of the hurricane gate ,o 0;. o _< .

! failure to see the shore of LakeOkee'chobee. low under way directly behind the r ,. .I I

1 i' Unsuccessful that year, :lewiston:: Inn. The placing of sheet fyXX .
j he tried it again the
' following year piling is accomplished by means of XX.s

#l: and succeeded and was the first man a drag line, a piling about the size ., oz.. ;:: .} ,-.
1 to circumnavigate the lake. Only so .:' 0; .t' os'
and length
i, a telephone pole being hy ? vot
short a time ,', .
ago as 1873! lashed o.Af
to the boom to extend its

l "A generation hence persons will ( length. The elongated rectangle of yfv yv
.', "i' ''
rediscoverLake Okeechobee and the sheet steel is picked up and raised ?, os'v ? :

Florida Everglades;' and echo the vertically until it is in proper posi- yy

!clamations of amazement and delight tion. A workman on top of the pIl- Ay: "0 .yy. o.

: with which it is viewed now ing already placed, guides the new
1; by hundreds who come to see it as piling until it fits into a groove of H; _: We Can Help You To Own A Home U

:.-:--. tens came to see. it but 'a Jew: years the piling last placed and the drag-

ergo. The second largest freshwater line allows the weight of the steelto

/ lake in the United States is abutted lower it in place. Thus each unit Jj Clewiston Home Association U
.by, the largest area of undeveloped of steel is joined to the unit 1,. "t ] 1-

...-arahle. ,: land In .the United States; placed by a groove running the ea-

:. the, growth of vegetation in soil of I tire length. We can think of no more -, o .')00 .o.:.
unsurpassed fertility Is accelerated secure method of joining two tul.
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,'- :ir' I Mrs.' W. T. Eiftlng: and son, Ron- CANTATAThe I project: was_ approved along_ with IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

nie, motored to West Palm Beach some others and work was begun at TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF

Personal Mention I Tuesday for a stay of several days. choir of the Community once. Thus far the crew has been FLORIDA, IN AND FOR

They expect to return tomorrow.Mr. Church: under the direction of J. E. busy hauling in curbings from back HENDRY COUNTY.IN .

Beardsley and Miss Marion Leydig, streets and lining them in place. \ CHANCERY.

\. :' Dave Alston made a business trip and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Mr. is preparing a cantata for the Easter With this work nearly completed at THE CLEWISTON COMPANY,

:{u to Miami this week. and Mrs., Russell Whidden, Mrs. C. service. The choir practice is being the close of this week the next log- ET AL,

'ti., F. Goodman and Mrs. J. F. Tippey held Thursday evenings, and. anyone ical step is the preparation of the Plaintiffs,

.:. were visitors in Belle Glade Friday. interested in singing is invited to street for the coating of oil.. -vs-
business visitor ,
meet with the choir and assist with
In LaBelle Friday. .. ET AL, .
the cantata.
.:,. ) :, Lieut. N. L. Hemenway, Lieut. R. A CORRECTION Defendants.. '

''1;' Cumpe, M. R. Lawler and C. F. TO ALL BONDHOLDERS AND
Dan of Fort Myers,- spent
F" Copps '
: : here Trainor motored to Brooksville Tues MISSIONARY TO LECTURE HERE Due to an error on our part it was OTHER CREDITORS OF CLEWIS-
friends .
Sunday visiting .
: day where they spent several dayson ---- (erroneously announced last week TON DRAINAGE DISTRICT:
An illustrated lecture on Siam will that work was to be stopped on road
business. You are hereby notified that a
' '., Mrs. G. 0. Wallace of Pahokee, be given at the Community Church 164. This work is not to be stoppedand petition has been filed in the above

.1' ( visited friends here Wednesday. x Caldwell of La- Thursday, January 25th at 7:30p. is going on. A few of the hired entitled cause by the Receivers heretofore -

'",. Judge m. by Dr. Crooks, for 25 yearsa trucks and some of the state em- appointed for Clewiston Drain-

::. Mrs. Ag Wood of Moore Haven, Belle, accompanied by Fred Newmanand missionary in Siam. The lecture ployed men have been laid off but age District, praying instruction 'of
Briston Ten- v
Bachman of
Dr. will be interesting and educationalto the of the Court relative to the of
'; ; 4y was a Clewiston visitor Friday. majority the men are still manner
.}: nessee, were visitors in Clewiston children and adults alike and it is at work. the payment of all taxes and assess

', I.: Mrs. R. W. Wardwell of Pahokec, Wednesday. hoped that a good attendance will ments or installments of taxes or

: welcome Dr. Crooks to Clewiston. WILL PRESENT assessments levied and assessed by
.j{ was a visitor in Clewiston Wednes- JUNIOR PLAY said District for the
"it.T. Claude Downs spent Thurs- year 1932 and
-..:;> :: day. There will be no admission charged -- subsequent years and that said

/.: day afternoon in Fort Myers attend- but a free will ,offering will be "Everybody's Getting Married"'is Receivers in said petition pursuantto

a ,;,"".. Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Furgess were ing the meeting of the Gulf Coast I taken to defray Dr. Crook's expenses the title of the play which will be Chapter 16256 Laws of Florida,

visitors In Fort Myers Tuesday even- Hotel Association held at the Royal on the trip here. presented by the Junior Class at the Acts of 19"33 request authority of

ing. Palm Hotel. Grammar school auditorium at La- the above Court to accept bonds,
Rev. W. B. Furgess, pastor of the
Belle, Friday, Feb; 26. matured interest coupons or other
Church feels that the
Community ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Sheffield 0. 0:' Paulsell, south Florida representative opportunity to hear Dr. Crooks is In this play a Reginald D'Arcy, obligations of said District at par,
in lieu of in
the of
of the F. W. Dodge corporation played by Perry Hall is willed money, payment
.. spent.several days in Miami this most worth while, and hopes for a a all such taxes and assessments or
whose headquarters are in million dollars by an aunt. The catch
; week.
good congregation Thursday.,evening. i installments of taxes or assessments, ,
Miami ,was'a business visitor in I in the legacy is that Reggie must
4. Rev. Furgess also is interested in and requesting authority to accept
Miss Eva Mae Greene spent the Clewiston yesterday. assure the marriages of six ladies either'the installment tax.or maintenance -
the lecture which will be given in
week-end with her parents in Plant who are enrolled in a matrimonial tax without requiring paymentof
West Palm Beach January 28th
City. Mr. and Mrs.: J. A. Jackson are bureau, of which his aunt was the the other'at the same time.
spending this week-end in Miami, by Dr. E. Sfanley Jones, the best I head and that he must remain single You are further notified that this

4. E. Hackett of Bradenton spent where they went to enter their known missionary evangelist in the himself until these marriages are all petition will be presented to the
world today; Dr. Jones has been a Judge of said court at his office in
i w i' Friday here visiting. his brother, A. daughter. in school. They will returnto made. Reggie's sweetheart, played by
: missionary to the educated classes of the Court House in Fort Myers, Lee
; Buena Mae"Carson is of interested
A L. Hackett. Clewiston to reside. course -
\:) Asia for the Methodist Church, and County, Florida, on Monday, the 12th
in this clause. Things reacha
:.:.t. his lecture engagements in several day of February, A. D. 1934 at Nine
C. A., Wurtel John H. Allen and dramatic state when a young business i
.' r- Mr, and Mrs. lF.. Ticknor, Fred countries have been before crowded o'clock A .M. or as soon thereafteras
M. E. of Miami week- man, Dean Garret, it's reallyJ.
were of they may be heard or at such
Nilbiker and C. E. Williams Jack-
houses. Rev. Furgess expects a group
end visitors here. I P. Crews, arrives on the scene and ; other time or place as the Court may
sonville have arrived to make their from Clewiston to attend the servicein
meets one of the would-be wives and : then designate and that if you have
" home in Clewiston and are locatedat West Palm Beach next Sunday,
.: '. ;' Dr, L. S. Andre and W. O. Ellis then things happen. any objections to the entering of

'.:;},,.", of Tampa, have arrived for a three the Clewiston Inn. The men are January 28th.GAUDEN. Comedy is furnished by Harry an order in accordance with said ."-
' employed by the U. S. Enigneers.
:\'i: ',' weeks'. visit in Clewiston. Hudgins and Marie Hampton in the petition that you may be present
'!'; CLUB TO MEET at said time and place
"( and presentthe
; role of valet
a and a Miss Effie
,t : same to the Court.
; : Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Thompson and MRS. Cramer.
'The Garden Club will hold its Dated this 10th day of January
4Y, ,r.: son of LaBelle, were in Clewiston BRIDGE FOR VISITORS HERE Between the acts, a real minuet
regular meeting at the home of Mrs.E. A. D. 1934.
:-: Wednesday evening. will be performed by Margaret Jones
'.' .' L. Stewart next Thursday after- JAMES E. BEARDSLEY, J
:: Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer enter and Reason Hampton and three other "

.';; :; Mrs. Dan Allen and Mrs. R. J. tained :with bridge at the ClewistonInn noon, January 25th.. J. E. Beards- couples. JAMES M. COUSE,
:A Co-Receivers of Diston Island
will talk "Papayas"
Guthrie of Mrs. Wednesday afternoon for her ley
g ?, were guests ; Frank Drainage District.
-l:: Davis in LaBelle Friday. cousin, Mrs. Daisy Methvin ,who is LABELLE TRIMS ALVA, 1,3-10
BUDDJOHNS No. 6C. Jan. 12, 19, 26, Feb. 1, 8.
:Nr::, -: -,- visiting her for a few days. OPENING CONFERENCE PLAY

; ; Tuesday for his sister, Miss Dorothy prize, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, second Ray Budd, Meade, and Defeating the hard-fighting Alva Watches Clocks, Jewelry

,::K: ,' who returned with him. and Mrs. N. L. Hemenway made the Miss Juanita Johns of Clewiston, cagers by the narrow margin of three Jewelry Repairing

,- ', lucky cut. Mrs. Methvin was awarded were married Sunday morning by points LaBelle played its first con-
I Rev. 'W. B. Furgess at the home of W. H. MERRITT
Mrs. Frank Cothern erence :Wednesday night.
\ and Mrs. Melvin an attractive guest prize. game
. : the bride's parents near the county WATCHMAKER: & JEWELERRear
Pape of Pahokee were guests of During the first half Alva mainlined -
Mrs. H. J. B.
Other guests were
relatives here yesterday. line.Mr. a narrow lead over the La- or .
Scharnberg, Mrs Earl Fontaine, and Mrs. Budd'tef 'after the Belle team to the consternation of Clewiston Drug. Company
Mrs. F. A. Paris, Mrs. H. P. Percy,
' for Fort Meade where they
( Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Harmon of ceremony LaBelle rooters and in all probab- CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.
Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. W. C. Owen,
- -::: West Palm Beach spent Sunday herewith are residing. ility due to the absence of Edward O.' Box 521
r. Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and Mrs. C. L.
their son, L. V. Compton. '.". Cook, LaBelle's star rooter. In the
tit '
Downs. Mrs. O. F. Schiffli was a tea: JUNIOR GROUP FORMED\ AT "We Are Here To Stay"J
third quarter Ernest (Wattsie) Hall .

; Mrs. J .T. Dumas will arrive in guest. COMMUNITY CHURCH ,MEETINGA led a sudden rally which tied the .,

Clewiston Saturday for a visit with score for a minute. In the last quarter -
.THREE ENTERTAIN WITH Junior group, composed of child- I (tJ f 'O; UIIcq
her daughter, Mrs. R. H. Knight. LaBelle forged ahead and although .1ll,,)> U -:
BRIDGE FOR BENEFIT OF 1 ren from the ages of O'to 14 was Alva made its share of j

Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer has as LADIES AID SOCIETYMrs. organized at the Community Church baskets the home boys proved the Counselor and Attorney at Law "'

' her guest this Week, a cousin, Mrs. Sunday evening by Miss Lena E. wisdom of Coach Jones previous

:?/; .' Daisy Methvin of Lumpkin. Georgia. .' W. R. Lawler, Mrs. Gayle Smith, of Winter Park, field repre- statement and by hard fighting held Hopkins Building

i' sentative of the 'young peoples work the 13-10 at the close of the
I r-I" -- _McFadden and Mrs. O. A. Ward score Wednesdays and Saturdays

i \' :. Mrs. W. G. Wallace and young were hostesses at a bridge party in Florida. The group is known as. game. 9:30: to 4:00

I ., ; i-; son,' of Pahokee, were guests of given at the, Clewiston Inn Friday "Pioneers of Christian Education", I Friday night the boys go to Punta

; : !:\' relatives and friends here Saturday. afternoon, as a benefit for the Ladies and wlil be under the supervision of | Gorda and Monday night to Fort

Poole. '. . . . .
: <:: ; Aid Society: of the. Community Mrs. Grover C. Myers to return the game of last N.1.....N.N.N.N.N'N. .1.N.N.N.N.M.N.M.N.NININ. .N.N.N.

-:' ; Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Friedman of Church. I Mildred Ward acted ,as chairman Monday night in which LaBelle went : f
,,.[:1i Jacksonville, spent Monday and Tues- : of the organization meeting, which down 20-12. The next conference
The sixteen tables.of players were
I i :<:'.:/' day in Clewiston transacting busi divided info two "A" and was attended by fourteen boys and game is with Moore Haven Feb. 7, :?!: DRESSED WILD :;:
groups .'.
;: ;.',,' ness. "B". In group "A" high score was girls. Mr. and Mrs. Poole were also since Clewiston has withdrawn. RABBITS ;S

won by Mrs'. Mutrux, second high present and assisted with, a supper Before the main game .Wednesday .:. V. L. PHILLIPS .2

: Ii' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Poole, Mr. and 1 by Mrs. Downs, low by Mrs. McCrac- : which was served before the meeting night the junior teams of Alva. and ? ,MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA X:

':t u 2: Forrey of LaBelle were visitors here Gaston. Group "B" winners were: meeting Sunday evening, at which losing 78.ARCADE.

;;, '.;:r'. Sunday. I high, Mrs. Prewitt, second, Miss time permanent officers will be

*" -- elected. The church extends a cordial ROOM: REMODELED
Lockhart, low, Mrs. Campbell Nail
. :: Mrs. M. H. Crouch Mrs. to and of this -
J. T.I and cut, Mrs. Shay. Appropriate II invitation boys girls I SAUNDERSBarber

:.;: Brinkley and Mr. and Mrs. G. prizes were awarded all winners age to join the Pioneers During the past week George Bur-

I McDuffie were visitors in Miami ; chard has been busy installing parti- ShopIn
1. Following the the delicious
: .Friday. OLDER GROUP TOORGANIZE tions in the vacant room across the
refreshments served to the following -
#., ? ----.-' were I arcade from Forrey's store, dividing Utopia Pool Room
' -;. : Mrs. Grover Poole,
<: *;r Friends of Mrs. Dean King were guests I The young people of the commun- the large room, into three smaller
J. E. Winn, I I Alston
Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. Building
'\ delighted to see her out again the ity are urged ,to attend a meeting at shops, two of them facing on Bridge
McCracken Mrs. H .A. Bestor,
Mrs. ,
: first of the week after a prolonged the Community Church Sunday even- street and the other opening onto
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. Leonard
-:1- illness ing, at which Rev. Furgess hopesto J the arcade. '
;: Shay, Mrs. Ivan Van Horn, Mrs.H. i
: .. organize the young people whoa Hardy Skinner, who has been 7v N Ni H vvvvv }v N N N
: J. P. 1'
J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. 1
M. E. Haywood of Miami, connected e above the ages of the "pioneers"into operating a barber shop next to .s. .

.r.- :" : with the Huffman Construction Perccy, Mrs, F. A. Paris. a group for church work Poole's Cash Grocery plans to move, y s i
Mrs' Earl Fontaine Mrs. William ; New and UsedFURNITURE :: j
.4'S......- company, transacted business here. into the'east side in the near future. ,
Tuesday; Lockhart, Miss Lockhart, Mrs. Harry Arrangements have been made for y

Vaughn' Mrs.' Mutrux, Mrs. Roderi- LaBelleNews' the occupancy of the back loom and I :

Mrs. George Terrell left Saturday guez, Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mrs. A. A. it is expected that the west side will

for Brunswick, Ga.,. where she was Munroe, Mrs. Campbell Nall, Mrs. also be occupied shortly.CASONEASTERLY. y
called by the serious illness of her Gaston, Mrs. W. B. Furgess, Mrs. ItemsPAVING ::: +

mother. G., B. Racksraw, Mrs. Barney ,Thomas $, BELLE GLADE f

Mrs. N. L. Hemenway, Mrs. ] Miss Grace Cason, popular memberof

Mr and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell at- W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. Dean Duff, ON BRIDGE STREET LaBelle's younger set and'daughter :|:= FURNITURE COMPANY =|i=

tended the meeting of the Gulf Coast Mrs. F. I. Hill. MAY BEGIN: MONDAY MORNING of Mr. and Mrs, G. R. Cason, was

Hotel Association in Fort Myers Mrs. Rob Smith, Mrs. Davis, Miss united in marriage with James ::|;:: Belle Glade, Florida :;|:

yesterday afternoon.Mrs. Means, Mrs. Ag Wood of Moore With the laying of gutters nearly Easterly of Naples, Saturday night.Mr. S Next Door To Theatre $.i.y

Haven, Mrs. George Terrell, Mrs. completed It Is expected that the Easterly is. employed by a ..

Mary Hyaes Davis, editor of Tom Hurst, Mrs. Presley, Mrs. Head- long-delayed and much needed laVing (Continued on page 8)) 1NNNNIINII: :IINNNN '..N.."........................................

the LaBelle News, was a welcome ley, Mrs. Claude Downs, Mrs. Phillip of Bridge street will begin Mon-

caller at the office of the Clewiston Sevans Mrs. Carol McDonald, Mrs.H. morning.
News Wednesday. R. ,Hall, Mrs. C. E. Minor, Mrs. day According to local CWA officialsthe ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:-

D A. McGeachy, Mrs. F. M. Wright, plan is to begin work with the :: -ANNOUNOING ::_

Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. F. A. Mrs. W. L. Redelsheimer, Mrs. I. M. opening of the new week unless the /

Flanders and Mrs. 'Carleton' of Moore Pafford, Mrs., Lewis, Mrs. Walter work blocked' by unexpected orders _i: LADIES NIGHTs _i:

.. 'SS Haven were guests of friends in Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. Ted Eiftlng, Mrs from Tallahassee.

Clewiston Monday afternoon. Leslie Miller, Mrs. C. E. Tainer, Mrs Several attempts have been madein ::
:!: JANUARY 22
Humphrey Miss Mae Drew, Mrs. F. the past to have this street paved .2S

,, Miss Delia Greene of O'Brien n. Maxwell. since it is the main business streetof :: AT- t

.'i t.'''; spent several days here the first Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. Harry LaBelle and its present rough and :*_: F UTOPIA POOL PARLOR ?:;:
;: .' of the leek visiting Mr. and Mrs.!
r.t: Turner, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. dusty condition is a source of discomfort :
: ; Clyde Egley. Miss Greene left Tuesday to all concerned. Nothingwas :!: FREE REFRESHMENTS TO LADIESi
W. C. Prewitt, Mrs.J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. .
1 evening for Belle Glade where accomplished however the y I
she is the C. E. Mills, Mrs. Vaughn, Mrs. W. :i;: "While away your time with Bud"ALSTON ;
.1 '" guest of her brother and advent of the CWA. One of the first 2:

"it. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Clifford C. Worth, Mrs. George Yon" and Miss projects submitted to the Tallahassee *ss_: *** *-* BUILDING, NEAR CLEWISTON INN -' .- .;#

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FINLAND Horses and Lambs,
"Mother, it's 'polite always to say

Admitted to Church 5:1 JI. Few 'Thank you for anything, isn't It?"

N MASTERS HANDICAPSOne Provence, France. Because "Yes, dear."

lambs are carried to the altar at "And it's rude to speak with your

< the Christmas Eve mass, Provence Little e''les mouth full. isn't it?".

Debtor Nation That It. Instead a system of strict governmental claims a distinction shared with -I- "Certainly." -
'control has been set up. Sienna, Italy, the only other city "Well, then mother If I say 'Thank ,

Meets Its Payments. "Lying In the same latitudes as where animals are permitted to en- :S you' with" my mouth full" ,. am I politeor

Alaska and the frozen wastes of Si ter Christian churches. Prior to rude?

Washington. these days of war berla, Finland has long, hard wintersbut the 'running of the Patio In Sienna '
debt defaults and "token payments," the climate is tempered somewhatby each year, each horse is taken to \% j&' Historic Aspirations ,

Finland, the far north "land of forty Its many hikes Its low altitude, the Its owner's church and blessed before i "What, is your-great aim In life?"

thousand lakes," continues to set a proximity of the Baltic, and prevail the altar. asked the friend.

good example for European debtor na ing southwesterly winds. "To live In history," answered Sen
tions. FIRST REQUISITEProf. ator Sorghum. *.
Hot and Cold Baths Popular.
Alone among'them, Finland has mel "A national custom handed down seat of government Is now at Helsing- :Albert Einstein gave recently ."Don't you care for political.

each payment in full Her debt Is from remote ages is the steam bath, fors, a modern though modest capital. what..he considered the best formulafor power?" '
considerably smaller than most but her followed success in life. "If A is successin I do. Political power 13
by a shower, first warm, then "Half of Finland is clothed with "Certainly
too Is small and her location life, I should say the formula is what Influences historians
population icy. In the country districts, the valuable timber. Hallway locomotivesburn largely ast
astride the Arctic circle is not A equals X plus Y plus Z, X, being '
Finns often dress outdoors In the cold wood Instead of coal. > who gets the favorable notices.":
conducive to great wealth. and the youngsters roll In the snow- "In the days of wooden ships Fin- work and Y being play." Washington Star. : '
"Often referred to as 'little Fin- i "And what Is Z?" inquired the In-
drifts 'for fun. land held an Important place In ship- -,
land' by those who have not carefully "Finland's population in recent building and on the seas. More and terviewer.
studied a this hardy and thrifty "That, he answered, "is keeping, Duplicate"And
map, years has passed the 3,500,000 mark. more of the square-rigged Cape Horn "
your mouth shut. so, said the magistrate, severely -
republic stretching from the Baltic sea Between the Finns and the Swedish grain ships have fallen Into ,Finnish "this is the fifth person you
to the Arctic ocean has an area con- elements among them some feeling hands. But with the steel ship dom- "
have knocked down this ?
Precise year
siderably larger than the British Isles, exists. The of the Swedish- modern
power inating marine traffic, lack of "
"Pardon said the'girl motor-
bulletin from the National Geographic Two friends met one was garbedIn me,
says a speaking group In both politics and iron ore has crowded the. Finns from widow's weeds. ; ist, with dignity, "the fourth. One
society. education has been somewhat curtailed.. their
once Important place In general "
Known by Its Athletes. The Other-My dear friend! HowI of them was the same person twice.
The dwarfed, pathetic Lapps, In the shipping on the oceans. .
"To most Americans, Finland Is pity you-a widow at twenty-five! -London Tatler.
extreme north, number only about "Lumbering, hunting, fishing, farm-
known chiefly through the exploits of I,GOO. Ing, and dairying have been supplemented The Widow-Pardon me, twenty-
Its Olympic athletes, headed by' I'aavo "Abo Nurml's four!Cleveland Record. Live Ad Man
home town, was the by a growth of Industries turnIng '
Kurmi. Beginning with the successof ancient capital. In 1929 it celebrated out such products as paper, linen, 'Guide-That volcano' .. is always'

Hannes Kolehmainen at the Stock- Its seven hundredth anniversary. The tobacco, and leather." Salty Conversation smoking like that. '
holm games in 1012. Finland's tight- 'Kathryn":"" Mr. Huggins' says I'm Ad Man (to helper)-Take: a photograph -

fisted, strong-bodied young men repeatedly the salt of the earth. of' it; Bill; we'll say it

placed, their country at the Davidson and His Roosevelt Bust Kittye-He means you're so well smokes, our "Pipe Dream" brand and
top of the world in the Spartan sportof preserved. finds it delightful.Brooklyn Eagle.

long distance running. r'
"Believed to have originated In the -

Volga basin in southern Ilussla the
Finns were driven gradually northward 'kk/.r, .uJ. fr 'v x.v, YEAR AFTER YEAR
aJ ? 33'y
to Estonia and thence crossed to .
',/ t
A _
the Finnish peninsula during the Iron .f .y

age. r.A s/r i5 .ar", h, : ;:

"For some six centuries after 1157 : r,

Finland was joined to Sweden while

constant wars were waged with the

Russians. Finally captured by Russia, ERFFR cr uMs.
Finland in 1809 became a grand duchyof : cr.

the Russian empire and remained in

that status until the red revolution of


"By a declaration] of independence, -t9

December G, 1917, the Finns broke the r U1Y
Russian yoke, but a sharp civil war, _
ensued in which red forces with Russian -

Communist backing were defeat-

ed by the White guards under General {q SJ'{. 'fityH.J {
: y.
Carl Gustav Alannerheim, called 'the

George Washington, of Finland.: r'rJ44'J',,. %i c ,n '
s want to GET RID Constipation worries-
"Although forced _to borrow at the Jf you of

outset, ..the canny Finns, tasting In-
dependence for the first time in their Y a}

centuries' of' struggle, quickly placed iiii .Science
their country on a'sound financial foot says

ing. Educational facilities are good. ,. ,_ ,
= y. ='W-"
"Woman suffrage has long been established -

in Finland. Like this coun- Jo Davidson, world famous and picturesque sculptor of New York, Lon- LIQUID Laxative

try, Finland tried national prohibi- don and Paris, photographed with his bust of Prestdent Roosevelt, which he a

tion after the war and later abandoned has just completed in Washington.

1. Control intestinal action exactly-no "purging"

I Exhibit "Holy Tunic of Christ"Sacred ton dier,, a and lovesick persuaded French him conscript to steal sol-the. 2. Measure to suit your individual needs to the drop 6

new_rifle and give it to her

': Plcston played sick,' hid the rifle 3. Banish Bowel Fatigue and the laxative habit
Garment to Be Shownin purple." It Is made without a seam and finally delivered it, to his en-, .

French Church. 'and is probably the "seamless robe" chantress. 'She was caught with the --

referred to in the gospels. gun In an automobile when frontier

Argenteuil, France.-The "Holy Tunic According to ecclesiastical authorities guards-evIdently warned by counter I Here's, Why: I
this holy tunic was worn by Jesuson spies, went' through her belongings. ..IMM/Y,
of Christ" will be exhibited to the
his way to Calvary; what is believed Sophie is In, a military prison.
it, avoid danger of bowel strain.
public In the Church of Argenteuil asa you
to be a definite trace of the The peacetime penalty for a woman Any hospital offers evidence of the You can keep the bowels regular,
fitting close to the Year -
Holy commemorative cross proceeds from the ,right shoulder spy caught in the act of betraying a harm done by harsh laxatives that and comfortable; you' can make

of the 1,900th anniversary downward diagonally across the military secret is long Impri onment. drain the system, weaken the bowel constipated spells as rare as colds.
of the crucifixion and with the muscles and in
au- some cases even
4 back. Experts of the Gobelins Tapes- She cannot be shot as was Mata-Harl,
thority of Pope Pius XI. It will be i ; affect the liver and kidneys.A .
try works, who examined the tunic In I famed H-21 of the Germany spy .service
'on view from Good to Easter doctor will tell that the
,1S92, estimate that it dates back to the ; Fellcle Pfaadt, "R-17""of the Ger- you I The liquid test: f
unwise choice of laxatives is
Sunday (March 30 to April 1, 1934). a com
beginning of the Christian era and man service, jvbo'was caught and ex- of chronic
mon cause constipation.
This( is the garment supposedly worn .
perhaps beyond. ecuted at Marseilles during the war
and colored by the Virgin ,Mary her- Fortunately, the public is fast This test has proved to men
There few authentic relicsof "La Dulcimetlere" many
are very or and Marguerite returning to the use' of laxativesin
self, and is about 40 Inches long, re- and women that their trouble was
Jesus left, and the tunic of Argen- Francillard. liquidform.
sembling a shirt. It Is made of wool, not "weak bowels", but strong
teuil is of three-the other two
one A properly prepared liquid laxative cathartics:
< Is purple in,color, and St Mark (chap
being at Treves, Germany, and Turin, brings a perfect movement. .
First. Select laxative.
:, ter 45 Builds Own Tombstone a good liquid
verse 17) refers to it as follows
Italy. They have been 'exhibited to There is no discomfort at the time 2. Take the dose you find is
: "And they clothed him with the, faithful during 1933> but as a climax -' Leaves No Death Space and.no weakness after. You don't suited to your system. 3. Gradually

to Holy Year the Argenteuil relic have to take "a double dose" a dayor reduce the dose until bowels are
Lebanon, Mo.-Every person who two later.
t SWISS PRESIDENT will be exhibited. This Is the first moving regularly without.any need
comes to Laclede county makes a pilgrimage In laxative always of stimulation.
I time this has been permitted since buying any ,
'. 1829. to A, A. Wilson's monument. read the label. Not the claims, but Syrup pepsin has the highest
Wilson, a storekeeper and postmaster the contents. If' it contains one standing among liquid laxatives
: Canon Louis Breton of the Argenteuil at Prosperine, 12 miles from ,Lebanon doubtful drug, don't take it. and is the one generally used. It

church said: "This holy tunic has spent many years erectingan Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a contains senna, a natural laxative ''f"T..
was discovered by Empress (Saint) elaborate tombstone in the graveyard prescriptional preparation in which which is perfectly safe for the

Helene In 300 A. D., about the same near his store.. The monument is there are no mineral drugs. Its ingredients youngest child. Your druggist hasDr.

time she found the true cross. It remaIned made of cobblestones and there is a are on the label. By using Cald well's Syrup.Pepsin., '

>"r. q ??:', t;, n in Constantinople until the low wall enclosing the space 'for the
1 Ninth century, when Empress Irene,
On the
grave. four corners are electric -'
who needed soldiers to' the caliph ,
fight bulbs.
light A whisky bottle Is
it to Charlemagne, the great
thrust in the
center ,of the monument.A .
king, who, in turn; made a gift of It Do
piece of farm machinery is cemented NEED A TONIC ?
to his daughter, Theodrada, benefac- at the bottom. There is a metal liz You Mrs. -Marie Dean of A
tress of the priory of Argenteuil. Con- ard : 209 Perkins St, Augusta
ff" on one side and a fringe of seashells
Wpy sequently, it has been in Argenteuil on the wall. : \ G .',
more thar a millennium.- In the c' Health, felt weak and .'
middle of the monument Is r' .,.
e 'f tired out. had headache*
} ,: :. n uz a plate bearing his name and date of COLDS and backache and was
birth and that : very nervous. I had no .
Around of his wife, Emma. .
Spies _Swarming desire to eat. I had
There is no space left for the date of hardly: finished one bottle
k, French Frontier Forts his death. of Dr.. Pierce's Golden ,
,Medical Discovery when I noticed a great .
f p/Y/a' : Par The recent arrest by French "Everyone'll, know that, anyhow," Put Mciitholntiim in difference. I felt so" much stronger and soon,
secret police of the most famous wom- Wilson declares. picked up again.
{ qr f nostrils to open them, New size, tablets 50 cts., liquid $1.00. Large
-,. rCfi,, an spy since the war, "La Belle rub on chest to size, tabs or liquid, $1.35. "We Do.Our P rt."

': Sophie," as she sought. to smuggle a Ten Cents Worth of Seed reduce congestion. r
; new French army rapid-fire rifle
':-, across the German border draws publIc Produces Record Crop Lii IT
Q a a IS the dollar* that
attention to the swarm of spies Cape Girardeau, Mo.-Christ Free-

h f.:. .. hovering around the new French man, a farmer, planted ten cents ,circulate among ourselves, in our

frontier 'fortifications. worth of turnip seed that grew' Into a own community that in the end

;. "La Belle Sophie" Is the first of crop which was considered record RELIEVE ECZEMADon't build our schools and churches,pave,
If. r.ast/ .. .rc these spies ,arrested with proof of her breaking. ,
y' guilt 'in her hands. Hundreds of Some of the turnips weighed 6& suffer needlessly. Stop the our streets, lay our sidewalks,increase

C Marcel Pilct-Golaz has been elected others have been tagged and trailed pounds with the ,"scrubs" ranging itching and induce healing-begin ou., farm values attract more people ;

'c-' president of the Swiss Confederation among the fortifications, but Sophie downward to 4 pounds. now to use {to this section. Buying our merchan t:- :
for the year 1934. For the past year alone has proved a rich arrest. Freeman said that when he piled
r- lpo dise in our local stores means keeping
:: he has been vice president of the fed Spohie had all the tricks of the the turnips from his 10-cent invest

[ eral council and his promotion was Mata-Harl school of women spies. She ment he could hide a motor truck behind our dollars at home to work for us all. "

virtually automatic. used her wiles to ensnare Rene Pies- the vegetables.


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Pest That' Bids Fairto of paper, and will do so when paper ','
: Cave May Yield Secrets Exterminate ItselfOne Is available, even In preference to CONST IPATtP ..,.:,'
;: leaves. The Insect's mucilage sticks After .
:, of the chief pests of Porto the sheets so fast together that the HefrV .'

: Rico is a large leaf-eating weevil young are totally unable to escape First fidby ,
i 1_" ', : .': :,,-, :,';', :. Scientists Sought known locally as the "vaqulta." It and hence are automatically trappedby' .tSj
"" normally lays its eggs between two Finds Relief
it" their parents. This method of j
,/ .. 1'' \. The 'records of, a possible"therlliometer ( leaves, thereafter sticking the leaves' control is being widely used.-Literary Safe, AllVegetable .:.

tomb," which indicates were not arranged In any marked together,. to protect the eggs, witK n Digest. Way :'.j

..:> .roughly j the changing temperatures stratification, but were all mixed to- mucilage so tough that the little ,
She had'given :
.:<: of ages, in skeleton symbols, are being gether."They furnish additional evidence weevils when ready to emerge,' often ,, hope of anything butt up .:.:;..
Smithsonian institu have difficulty escaping from their That's RightA ,. relief until she .
:.. studied by however, of. the changing temperatures : 2" darned of famous all- ,"Lot,
'xr tIonpttleont logisfs. during the long ages when, nests. ,- little boy was saying his prayersin vegetable NR Tablets ,,'.)
"Jr' It is' a cave' In the Alleghany so far,as is known, there was no human Dr. George N. Wolcott of the Porto a very low voice."I chronic(Nature's constipation Remedy). But and biliousness now after years-what of 'T.;
-4 mountains hear Cumberland, Md., population in North America, Rico insular experiment station recently can't hear you, dear,"-his mother a change New pep-now color and vitality :'

;where the'bones of nearly 50 differ- The cave located in a cut made announced, according. to Sci- whispered. freedom poisons.from This bowel all-vegetable sluggishness laxatives and intestinal }

ff} .""ent kinds! of, animals, several n.ew. by the Western Maryland railroad ence Service, ,that the beetle likes "Wasn't talking to you," said the gently stimulates the entire, bowel, gives '.i

?: >: '. to science, have. 'peen. collected. AU through a limestone ridge About four laying its, eggs between two sheets youngster: firmly. elimination.complete.thorough l .:._:.

:.t:: 't.b'esr '.creatures: lived during, the miles, northwest of Cumberland. It Get a 25c box. yTptANIGHT ;'J
'..:; ..' Pleistocene. geologic period, the so- ,was .excavated by the late Doctor All druggists'. TOMORROW ALRIGHT ':,:

j called Ice ages, which:extended over Gidley,'.and study ,of ,the bones, now ''TUMS" Quick relief for acid indices- ,"

.,.;::. were',marked' by alternate advances being continued by' Mr. Gazin.. .'.Altogether _- ,Here Quickest Simplest
r 5 .and 'recessions of,the great glaciers '' they afford one of the best ,

;i over 'astern North America nearly cross-section pictures, of life during j
t't far 's6ut ',as : 'as i the Pleistocene jet ..

f", >"." .. The'remarkable.feature of the' col- America. Way to Stop a Cold ::\

.;::/.:, 'l tlonJfiS the 'wid$ variety of' creaA :

; .;, tures"; !"9 found. this common grave: Changed 'Mind r<( '.' Skin ffrritations S ,.

;; ;:.i:' j ome-: uotably a crqcodihVlike. crea Grandmother: ,asked little Martha suffer with pimples, eczema,. '.
.I:, ture, lnits, 'i{ tapir' and sprqe"pec, whether she. wished ,Santa,to bring chafings, eruptions or other .

: -.. caries,represent, families. which her a large or sniall talkie. doll for distressing skin trouble, begin today ,,;1
't'." now' Are:1\ T\ ]
\'. their distribution. Others, such as a Martha expressed herself excitedly -
: very, o parts with the Soap, anoint with the --:
-' '-; wolverine and a' .-lemming' mouse, : ', '. Ointment. Relief comes at once and \:y
?,=::t now, ares: confined 'fo' Jiigh) latitudes. "I don't.:want any doll that. can healing soon follows. -: 11

..' Furtliermoresome seem to indicate talk.. Soap 25e JfIr '-
F dryer conditions than others, al Ointment 25c and SOe --- .:
; "I ,thought you liked a doll that .1'
\ though':; greater number of forms'ru could talk," said grandmother. Proprietors. Corporation: Potter Maiden Drug &, Mass.Chemical ; ;

..-. afe'suited, to a forest environment.. "I have changed :my ,mind," was 1.
I l. crewI : thereply; "I'm, .aratCil'would? :talk >1
-hysiology nny adapted to suchra "like" grandpa and he said some very -

: 'wide variety of conditions could bad words this morning." 1 Take 2 Bayer As- 2 Drink full glass of water. 3 If throat, is sore, crush Do you lack PEP ? ..;.J
stet; have lived contemporaneously pirin Tablets. Repeat. treatment in 2 and dissolve 3 Bayer '
hours. Aspirin Tablets in a hall Are you all in, tired and run down ,::
in it western Maryland. In a report Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription mates glass of water and gargle according -
,',' published j by the late 3. W. ;weak women',strong. No alcohol. Sold to directions in box.Almost .
... ., Gidleyf;
( ,
'. .by druggists tablets or liquid.-Adv. 1UIIiTERSMITliS j
::.,.: and iC. L. Gazin:,of the Smithsonian Instant Relief ,
.. ..;:' staff, it is. suggested that the inconsistencies -
.. Busy, Anyhow IIJ ToNicWill
: indicate a period of J
may Ask your doctor about this. And

... ..,. cave, entombment long enougl!i]. for? wouldn't Employer-Jackson whistle at your, I work.wish you in, this. Way when you buy, see that you get rid you of '.;

important climatic changes to have the real BAYER Aspirin Tablets.
Jackson-I wasn't working, sir. MALARIA 1
,.;, ?; taken. place. Thesimplemethodpicturedabove They dissolve almost instantly. 1
:" :':" They hardly can be due, Gazin is the way doctors throughout the And thus work almost instantly and build you up.Used for 65 years tor Chills, :!

,: ': says, to a wide variety of topographical world now treat colds. when you 'take them. And for a Fever Malaria and .:

: .[t{ i conditions in the neighborhoodthe' It is recognized as the QUICKgargle, Genuine BAYER Aspirin A General Tonic "
',.:?:, close association of warm lowlands 50c and $1.00 At All DruggistsPARKER'S ,
.- EST, safest, surest way, to treat a Tablets dissolve so completely
and cold uplands. Study of the
; cold. For it will,check an ,they leave no irritating par :
,:, :., Potomac river and creek levels of the
'. ordinary cold almost as ticles. Get a box of 12
:. neighborhood indicate that: during
: ', fast as you caught it. tablets or a bottle of -I
,: the Pleistocene, :there was probably 9iRA HAIR BALSAM
'. lets :topographic relief than is theca 21 or 100 at any O Removes Dandruff tops Hair Falling "'
Imparts Color and
today. : :, .:. -i drug store. sTh Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair ..:.
;A tic and$1 00 at Drazguta.HldgoxChein
It Is'known, ;.that.. temperatures. during .. .Wkg.,Pateho .N.y.
It ', _.the Pleistocene varied widely .. e9 DOES NOT HARM FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in
THE HEART connection with Parker's Hair BaJaam.Makca the
":... ',_, "with, the: advances._and recessions of N hair soft and fluffy.50 cents by mail or at drug- ."
the::ice. heet. During the far northward gisU.HIBCOX Chemical Works.Patchogue,N.Y.

recessions the climate of.western I.'m..w.: ....,... '.r... .... .. I -'--- ,

'Maryland may have approached .
loud Drrtr imlgi. Out bucuiti could
the sub-tropical, whereas during the be H ffjni-ui tender. nd whitr unlO ,
:. you DM Cad;c1' CA MI-CO: (111'ruun)
farthest advances it may have approached flour BucuiU made _ilb CA,MICOcttullv : "
; a state comparable to that I "melt ID,your mouth.mi theremit..re.l.ay f.T* New Beds, New Baths, New Carpet, !

. ) of:northern Canada at present to it .' the CA.Mine 1II-CO Their U just BOimtt.iy I New Decorations-A new and better ',
' trnrr flour made from ofl winter..ne.t < <: hotel less than ,' '
.. Why' the cave should! have served", w .alnyi wnfom. And it r'|uim Imlurlni Hotel for money beforeJ.
as a:sort of community tomb over solon'g .!thin tny other lour Ark! your
.:., I :a'period Is unkngwnThebones. ; (roctr...try,CA.MI-CO 1olo: ,.
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_': .: P'..7: '. :Need. Creomulsion, -i Q Q J. WILL YON,. Manager

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i : : : surest treatment for your child'scough ROOM RATES: AUTO STORAGE
-'l'\: l mt
: .)::' : or cold. Prudent mothers C DICK fM.lLLJ.liG..CO.- DVJ W...:mo; Me, Per Day $1.50 Up. and PARKING
't tf and turning to Immediately Adjacent
: more more are Suiie Up
:: Creomulsion for any cough or cold 300 ROOMS Parlor $5.00 ; to the Hotel.

VS' that starts. We pay for your knowledge. 300 BATHS. .

'fiJ.-\. Creomulsion emulsifies creosote of common' food cures, Jf accepted Have
with six other Important medicinallelements you any? We hav&-them..You can become On The Deck-:-Top of Every CAFE RATES:
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TO LATE TO CLASSIFY Mrs. W. P. Andrews and son Billy Tallahassee, Jan.' 17-FNS--: : south of the Nine Mile Canal,.,and H. H. KERR, and MARY E.

are visiting Mrs: Andrews' father. Following" receipt of many complaints the West half (W% ) of Section 8, STRAYER, .
except 80 foot right of,way as laid Defendants.TO .
from telephone companies
Will Yates, in Tasmania.
(Continued! from page 4)).
operating in the state against existIng out and now occupied by Moore THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS -
proof.- All he agreed to do was give Charles Yeomans and Sam Sau- Haven Clewiston Railroad'Company
claimed to be "unjust and and AND.TO ALL WHOMIT
a- guaranteed theft-proof tag., in building con-
you nook areemployed across said Sections 7 and 8; '

You wouldn't blame George if crete forms at the Benbow farms on unreasonable", the Florida Railroad I all of Sections 17, 18, 19, 2'0. 21. MAY CONCERN:
Commission has announced that the It appearing by affidavit appendedto
somebody stole your car would you, Lake( Okeechobee.Rev. 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 and,
telephone companies will be given an the petition in the above entitled
even if it did have a theft-proof tag W. T. Dennington, former opportunity to show cause why I 34, all Township 43 South, Range cause that the defendants George R.

on it? Well then, it is just as rea- pastor of the LaBelle Baptist church 34 East; Gearry Administrator, J. I. Triplett, '"'
local and distance rates \..
existing long ;
sonable to romp on him when some- and now located at Paduca, Ky., EXCEPT land released from the H. H. Kerr and Mary E. Strayer :

body steals a bracket., If you had \vas in town Sunday night and conducted I should not be reduced. I[lien of said mortgage as is more therein named are non-residents of -

theft-proof buttons on your overcoatyou services at his old pastorate.A. 1 Chairman Eugene Mathews of the particularly shown in Mortgage the State of Florida, and that the

wouldn't; call a guy a button Florida Railroad Commission has set Satisfaction Book 1, pages 280 and residence and post address of the
C. Smith, blind piano tuner
stealer if he walked off with the February 15 as the opening date of 495 Public Records of Hendry defendants Geo. R. Gearry, Administrator -
will be in LaBelle for
coat.I from Tampa the hearing. "All interested parties County, Florida, J. I. Triplett and H, H/ Ker'ris
the next two weeks. to satisfy said decree and all costs. I Mt. Jackson Virginia, and that
will have an opportunity to be fully
like to kid fellow as well as
Glenn Dyess and Miss Mary For- ALLEN CLEMENTS the residence and post office address.

the next guy. At the same time I rey attended the American Legion i heard", reads the commission order. Special Master in Chancery. of the defendant Mary E. Strayer, is

believe in bein' reasonable and since lance in Clewiston Wednesday night. 1 1 Theological Seminary, Alexandria,
Mr. I I MERSHON & SAWYER there Is in
I'm personally acquainted with Virginia, that no person
Wilder I feel it my duty to say a Rev. Carlson is a busy man these NOTICE First'National Bank Bldg., I the State of Florida the service of

few words in his defense. lays with his territory reaching from Miami, Florida, process upon whom would bind
I .aBelle to Olga. This week he was Sealed bids will be received until Solicitors for Plaintiff.No. either of the aforesaid defendantsand
It seems ludicrous to make a state- 8 o'clock P. M. February 5, 1934
at twelve meetings and serv- each the
present that they ,are over age
Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26; Feb. 2. ,
device has Commission of the
ment that a theft-proof. I ices. by the City ,Cityof 1of' twenty one years; it is therefore

been stolen. It just don't make sense.If i Clewiston, Florida, at the. City ordered that said non resident defendants -

it is theft-proof ,it couldn't be Lorenzo Padgett, Miss Mary Mc- Hall in Clewiston, Florida, for furnishing IN THE CIRCUIT COURT \ be and they are hereby required
Mrs. R. N. Miller, Mrs.
to the City complete fire fight- J
stolen.In TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF to appear to the petition filedin
Emma Weekly Mrs. Claude Davisonand ing apparatus including fire truck
FLORIDA, IN AND FORHENDRY said cause on or before the 29th
of that I wouldn't be
spite fact
attended the
Mrs. Sam Carson with minimum pumping capacity of
COUNTY, FLORIDA. day of January A. D. 1934 otherwisethe
surprised anytime to see some poor Ordination services in Fort Myers 300 gallons per minute and acces- I allegations of said petition will

guy hauled up before a judge, charged Saturday night. sories; 1000 feet standard 21h inch HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDAby be taken as confessed by each and

with stealin' a theft-proof tag 7 fire hose with couplings attached; F. L. DUNAWAY Dave G. of said defendants.It .
the of every
Mrs. Sam Lucky was guest
'Vo 't that be a swell technicality I suction hose complete; leader lines; Alston, Ray C. Hull, B. F. Ma- is further ordered that this
i honor at a surprise birthday party at shut off nozzles Siamese 30 foot
: ; ; gill, and Alto Hires, County order be published once a week for
the home of Mrs. W. P. Arledge extension ladder 12 foot'roof lad-
: LABELLE NEWS ITEMS ; Commissioners of Hendry County 4 consecutive weeks in the Clewiston

Thursday night.W. der. The right is reserved to reject Florida, for the use and News, a newspaper published in said

(Continued from page 5) G. Thomas and son of Bowling any or all bids., benefit of Hendry County, Florida County and State.

Green, Ky. and one time residentof BY ORDER OF THECITY' COM- for State Road Purposes. WILLIAM T. HULL,
in Lake Harbor andit "
lumber company LaBelle were:visiting friends here MISSION. ComplainantsVs. Clerk Circuit Court.

;.' is expected that the couple will Tuesday. They are making their : M. W. BIGG, (SEAL) By In'c.z.,:Magill D.C.
x there.SUNDAY .
headquarters at the Kenmore Hotelin City Clerk. GEO. R. GEARRY as adminis- LOUIS O. GRAVELY .',

, Fort Myers. F. D. DUFF\ trator of the estate of L. TrIp- SOLICITOR FOR PETITIONERS.No. .

- SCHOOL ASSOCIATION Wm. T. Hull and sister, Rose Mur- Mayor. lett deceased, J. I. TRIPLETT, 3C. Jan. 5, :12, 19, 26..i.I .

'.' ray, left Tuesday'for Umatilla, where No 5C. January 5' .12, 19, 26.
Representatives of six Sunday
? they visited Mrs. Mose Burhans, whois

'.', in schools LaBelle met Sunday at the afternoon Baptist for church the 'I| ill at her home there. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE .....M..!..!;!..M..&.!..fr.!..i.M..M..!..M.....................................................................................................

purpose of organizing a Sunday I I

z/ Thompson of Fort Myers, led (Continued from page 1) the undersigned Special Master in V

: the meeting and was elected pr es- of metal Chancery by virtue of the .final de-| i i
be used to give every piece
i: ident of the organization. Dennis cree of foreclosure entered in that !
placed in the culverts a thorough CLEWISTON 6OLFI1
y' Small was elected vice-president. certain cause pending in the Circuit i.
the i
coating of asphalt dipping pro-
t:,. The purpose of the organization is Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof
I 't'
'(' to form a link between the local ess 'to be repeated until approximately Florida, for Hendry County, in
a half-inch coat of asphalt pro- Chancery being Case No. 635 wherein -
:.:, Sunday schools. The first meetingwill tects the metal itself. W. G. Troxler as successor trustee COURSE
be held at Iminokalee Sunday I
:::' The beginning of work on the concrete is plaintiff and Sugarland I1
Feb. 17.The .
I. ',( structures marks another stepn Development Company et al, are defendants .

Sunday schools included in will, on Monday, February :< :
the progress of the Lake Okee- : ..t:, ..:, ;. :::
f' the association are Alva, Felda, Im 5, 1934, between the hours of eleven "' _.f .
hobee project, being push'd 'i'
t', mokalee, Corkscrew Moore Haven o'clock:A. 11.nd two o'clock P. y
federal ..
to completion by gov- f
* and LaBelle. at the front door of the County M"I -
ernment much faster than the original -
house in LaBelle, Florida offer
r schedule of the U. S. Engineer sale and sell at public to the
, required. best and highest bidder for cash, the

following described 'real property in
:" The District Zone meeting of the )

"-' ..; ,. Methodist Church which was to have I FLORIDA'S CONGRESSMENARE HARD AT WORK Hendry. All Section County, one Florida(1),, in to-wit: township: i

been held in LaBelle this week has j to the PublicModerate i iv'
14,4 south 33 Open
;;,. been postponed until Wednesay, Jan. I '1. .. range east. ,.
All of Sections three four
(3)) j
; 30 on account of two other Important (Continued from page 1) I : i
meetings in Jacksonville and base is necessary to protect the ((4)), five (5)_ and six _(6)), except .-
:" right.I of way granted by 'South Flor- 't'
Bradenton which conflicted with the ,outheast from attack by a foreign ida Farms Company to the A. C. L. V

:t; '" previous date. I enemy I Railroad Company by deed dated v V .t.

Representative J. Hardin Peterson, January Sr 1917 recorded in Book

BAL RENO CLUB "TILLEXTERTAIX from Lakeland, has given much timeto 49, page 207, of the Public Recordsof '?.' ..
.. ..
TEAMS: I an attempt to align members' of Lee County Florida, through sec- t.t,

be-rind tions 10, 15, 22, 27 and 34, of Town- ,

Entertaining the basketball teams i I : ship 43 South, Range 33 East, and i x.
through section 3 of Township 44
after the weekly games is the new Wallace recognize a survey of damage _
and south, Range 34, east, all in town- :;: Green Fees
y project of the Bal Reno Club. done to groves vege-
.v ship 44 south
range 34 east.
It was announced by President able crops during the Mediterranean ;
The West half (W'/fc) and South- :: Exceptional Fairways :
Jack Lweis at the regular meetinglast fruit fly eradication, work in 1929-30. !
east SEVi of'Section
quarter ( ) '13,
Thursday night that during the Peterson believes the survey provided and all of sections 2,4, 25 and 36, all :: Interesting Greens I :

basketball season the club would by the Florida civil works board in ,
Township .South, Range 33
hold its dances on Wednesday night hould have the recognition of Wal- East. I '

instead of Thursday and that the 'ace as a matter of prestige for a .
The Southwest
quarter (SW'4))

the basketball group. teams would be guests of government bill through reimbursement which he will for seek the Section and all 7 of, situated the North, lying half.( and(N%being) of -_................................................................................. .....................................................".............................. ....11

Florida growers.

P.ENEFIT BRIDGE SATURDAY Peterson also is responsible for

getting a department of agriculture

Another bridge party will be speaker for the Florida Orange Fes-

sponsored) by the Woman's Community tival at Winter Haven beginning -

Club at the club rooms January 23.Representative. LET us $V YOUR

Saturday afternoon. R. 'A. Green of CAR. : :

Funds obtained from this party Starke was the only Florida con- :

will be used in paying for the en- .
gressman not in Washington for the i .
cyclopedia set at the library. //\..
opening of congress. He was absenton
L All persons desiring reservations ., '; '
account of illness.
111 asked to notify the club at the : ;
Very few bills have been offered :
r.. earliest possible date. Those wishing
by the Florida legislators whetherof
to play at private tables will be ac-
a general or local nature.

ccmodated. Ill

Tampa, Jan. 17-Florida producesmore
than 40,000,000 boxes of citrus

:-, fruit annually, yet the per capita
i : ::" Cecil Jackman is back at her
; consumption of residents of the stateis
: : c'ssi in the LaBelle High school af-,
only 52 grapefruit and 160
:< 'f..;>; t'r an absence due to a protracted oranges in an entire year according We'll wipe your windshield.By keeping We'11 check your radiator and fill ,
ill: ess. Y a clean windshield you'll avoid the it. Keep your radiator full at all s
";'. Mrs. Jackman to statistics 'compiled by the State I I dangers of glaring lights at night Y times and avoid the danger of
teacher of History it'll make your driving a lot safer. overheating.We'll .
Marketing Bureau and furnished to
and is home room teacher for the i
', officials of the Florida Fair here.
c'ghth grade and is welcomed backi

L:, / her thirty pupils after her long The percapita consumption of
f' absence. I citrus in the United States is 72

;' ., Clyde Maddox of Felda has been : oranges and six grapefruit per year,
statistics show.Cocperating .
' '
substituting for Mrs. Jackman
/ In the campaign

b" I launched by the State Marketing
linory and Chesley Curry U.. S. ,
,' Bureau and supported by the Citrus
; 'sineers
on the dredge Welatka
: enji-ed the week-end with their I Exchange, fair executives here are 'I

k. i "cnts, Mr. and Mrs Winton Curry.. I preparing for, the most pretentious
x "- citrus exposition in the history of
, Smith visited Mr and Mrs."IT'S .
: Ford in Pahokee the.state. One entire building, known
over the I. as the Florida \Vc'll check your tires and inflate them check oil
'- Citrus Pavilion has I your and report its
to the proper pressurc.By keeping your condition of
to you. Keep your crank-
r:\:"::; Tommy Jones of Pahokee spent been dedicated to the citrus industryof Y tires always properly inflated you'll Y case filled with any of Gulf good a. : :
'.'- Florida. Earl W. Brown, Mayor lengthen their life liS much liS 20% motor oils and your car will run
'"iday with ,his brother, Clem at I better and last longer.
':', 1''o Rail o, e eyhmeheretaoin Deland and state commissionerin

.. t'e Bailey home here. charge of the Florida Century of i GULF LUBE 2814%

". Mrs. Hudgins of Immokalee visited Progress exhibit is. supervising the DRIVE I IN TODAY
citrus exposition t 8 MORE MILEAGE J
r T two sons, Harry and James Sun-
(. I )
v. The boys are attending LaBelle

r hlph school.* Raia Tax Nation DISTRIBUTOR' .,
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.' ,Mr.,and Mrs. Robert Roberts and i!.',, msgtIii'l ras: minI : '
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family"of Immokalee were in La- ''i'l. i ,pi' im> In the United That Good Gulf Gasoline 'V

_telle ,Sunday visiting friends: ,' '" ), I!:'I" I-. jilunil S'JMHJIXlnfifn..( ) sjltt.. "j [ NOW LUBRICATED J
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