The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00459
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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 26, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00459
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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it.ff': r I Sheriff To Enforce NonResident MAN KILLED ON I Car of Chevrolets Is I CONSTRUCTION ON

?;:,.'. Auto Tag LawAll I STATE ROAD 25SATURDAY' Shipped to Local Dealer. LEVEE WILL REACH

. non-residents earning moneyin The Clewiston Motor Company I

, Florida must have Florida license NIGHTPaul has on display one of the much-dis- NEW PEAK SOONWith

tags on their cars at once, cussed and long anticipated 1934
/;: :'; according to Sheriff H. L. Delaney. Chevrolets. Shipment of a carloadof

;: The Sheriff says that he has been D. Gibbs, 34, of Corkscrew, Chevrolets was made from Atlanta four draglines which the

receiving letters from the State Tag' a farming community between Im- Tuesday, consigned to the local Arundel

1. Department for some time requesting mokalee and Alva, was killed instantly dealer, according to message received corporation has enroute

'" him to check, up on cases of non and Mrs. Mollie Jordan, a by E. E. Kelley. Mr. Kelley here to join the 30 outfits already

: ;.. residents driving out-of-state tags resident of the Pahokee-Belle Glade states that the shipment may at work on the Lake Ok'ppchobee

: '; : and earning a living here. This is I: section, was slightly injured Satur- tain a car or two for con-I I levee the activity on constructionwork .
strictly against the ;' '' Law of Florida as passed in 1927 rolet sedan driven by D. Mehlman of passenger car and truck for the local first
of these draglines is scheduled
;: but in the past the law has not been Jacksonville struck their truck display room.
'< strictly enforced. Now with the where it was parked for minor repairs The new Chevrolet has many new to arrive in the lake about next Mon

y a schools short of money the sheriffs on the highway about a mile, features which greatly improve the day, January 28th. The machines
I west of Fred Whidden's new filling comfort and are being transported on dredgesand
all over the state are being urged to appearance, performance -
station on the Palm Beach-Fort My are being brought from the Mississippi
remedy the condition as soon as of the car. Chief among theseis
possible.In ers highway. the "knee-action", which is brief river through Ihs gulf and

the law < Mr. Gibbs, who was enroute home ly described as a new and revolu- around the Florida keys up the Atlantic
reads -
part (Chapter
4 after delivering 70 hampers of beansto tionary design permitting the front seaboard entering the St. Lu-
11901, Acts of 1927, Sec. 1285
1f' Par. 17) "....In every case' where a a buyer in Belle ,Glade, had' wheels to move upward and down- cie canal at Stuart. Only one: bargo
stopped the truck to repair the was available on the Mississippi thatis
;) non-resident shall accept employment gas ward following irrigularities of the
jj-% in line and was standing in front of the road, whether they be chuck holesor large enough to carry the machinery
or engage any trade, pro-
';r -' truck just off the pavement. Mrs. raised obstructions, without imparting yet small enough to pass:
fession in
or occupation the State
':t X Jordan had also alighted from the like movement-in other through the locks in the St. Lucie
; of 'Florida, such non-resident shall
*3fc;' I be required to register his motor I truck, and was standing beside it. words, shock--to the frame,.body and canal;
L4 J According to her testimony she passengers. The Arundel corporation's con-
I vehicles in this state if such motor
., : are proposed to be oper- heard the car 'approaching at what Other distinctive improvements include tract for levee work extends from
seemed to be a high rate of speed additional length of body Bare Beach to Miami Locks, making
ated on the' highways of the State of
-, Florida." and called out to, Gibbs to be careful.In with more room for passengers, all sections of the levee from Bacom

an instant the car was upon a more powerful smoother and more Point'( to Fisheating Creek now under
< Sheriff Delaney is patrolling the them and struck the rear of the economical motor and beautiful contract except a six mile section
road regularly and states that the
!\i:: '.<. truck, killing Gibbs instantly and body design.CAVEIN. already completed. The extreme
.- ; : law will be strictly enforced. knocking Mrs. Jordan into the ditch eastern portion was awarded to the;

-.;'-:;..';, inflicting minor injuries. The trucka Canal Construction company and extends

:. ton and a half Dodge-Graham, was DELAYS from the Arundel's contract

'T-' KIWANIANS DRESS knocked a distance of ninety feet I eastward to Bacom Point. The sec

::' '" across a ditch, indicating that the, tion between Bare Beach and Clew-

f >. : AS LADIES WIN car was making terrific speed. The I CULVERT WORKMoore i iston is being constructed by the

'. : ; left front headlight was bent back, I McWilliams Dredging comp any.

I1. ,:.;.,:: and appeared to have been the partof From Clewiston 3 1-2 miles west the

; ,''.: ,- GAME FROM GIRLSLadies the truck striking Mr. Gibbs.A ( Haven 'Democrat) contract for work is being filled by

, ',' ," broken bottle, containing a Forms had been partially the Atlantic Dredging and Construction -

, ':" ::,'. ; small: quantity of whiskey was foundin laced in the north end of the drain- company. The Atlantic's con

first, and the diamond ball the Chevrolet and retained for ev age culvert which is being constructd tract reached to the end of the completed .

classic of the season was underway. idence. Dr. Mehlman stated that he : in the levee at Diston Island section, six miles in length,

< Kiwanis Club, garbed in feminine had not had a drink during the day, Dump station No. 1, and the pouringof which was built by the McWilliams

,' < attire versus the girls' team in an and those first at the scene of the concrete was expected to start company.

I '' exhibition or practice game for the accident, including Dr. O. F. Schif-' Wednesday of this week when From the west end of ,completed.

latter, won by the Kiwanianesses by fly, who was summoned, .said that suddenly, Saturday, a hole broke section to Fisheating Creek and

the slight margin of one run witha there was no evidence that he had through the wall of the excavation along Fisheating Creek is under contract -

score of 16 and 15'' had any whiskey on the lake side and the water with Spadaro Construction

< Well,' anyway, the Kiwanis mem- At the inquest, Mr. Mehlmantestified poured through, washing many tons company. A small portion of the .

bers, dressed in attire varying froman that he was driving care- of sand back into the hole before Spadaro contract, about five miles ,

old red flannel nightshirt of Tom fully and was not making as much I! the break could be plugged with in extent, is being done by the U: S.

Shelley to a low cut andalmost as 20 miles an hour at the time of i sheet piling. Unless a new break Engineers themselves, using the gov- ,

I backless white dress worn by Dave (Continued ,on Page Ten) j (Continued, on Page Ten) ernment dredge, Welatka, recently
'c'I brought into the lake from. Stuart.A .
I Alston, took the field. Father -- _.__.
.J large fleet of machinery is now
Finnegan with a baby blue dress
at work on these various contracts
that was very becoming took the
mound to pitch to Pop Kelley, who I all working constantly under gov-
renment inspectors, and pushing the
CatIc[: in tMabe
with was charming muchly exposed in a flowered double ruffled dress tbe lake project to completion more rap

I red pantaloons.The ".. I;. idly than was anticipated at the beginning -
of the work.

1 initial sack was manned by By ZMarjorie B.. Wallace I II The equipment which the five

'none other than our postmaster, Art companies now ,have at work on

.,. Lawrence, whose figure was en- I levee construction include, 16 drag-

hanced by a red and white polka I lines 3 dipper dredges, 1 clamshell
'-_ Here we are, Engineers and En- place on earth that, can beat a sew- ,
dot dress and blue tam. His first
I dredge and 10 hydraulic dredges.
gineeresses, with a column all our ing circle for gossip and inferencesand
assistant A. W. Sias detailed
was '
Besides these there are numerous
own, to be published in KeathleyBowden's suppositions. Half-baked rumors
: at second. A white skirt with a
," drill barges barges, tugs and other
:. i three papers each week. fly around the levee like so many
.: cream colored slip-over sweater add- !
equipment. All machinery
-r. We form quite a colony around the mosquitoes and are just about as an- auxiliary
ed much to his J. W. Ezelle !
beauty. ,
is operated by Diesel or steam type
< lake, of people with the same back noying. The seasoned government I
:X wore a becoming dress of deep
very all oil for fuel
engines and use except -
"<" ground and interests, the same pastof engineer learns very early in the
:. cerise red and sweater.
those which the E. H. Latham
.. ; to outguess
to trying
;- movement and color and work, game quit
; Doc was at short Prof Lang-
Sufficient unto the dayis company is using in the construction ,
; ; the same future or more of the same Uncle Sam.
: ford at the hot corner came pre- of hurricane gates. I The Latham
:.;:;, Help to make this new corner an interesting the work thereof.
pared for the of his
speed position. is using coal for fuel.
: .. I one by sending in to Box Bugle company
.:. Now for some Bingville
,. :: A short skirt, of blue and slip-over Practically all of the companiesnow
513, Pahokee, all items, pertinentand
personals. And if they degenerateinto
> sweater enabled him
: to navigate engaged on the lake project will
., impertinent, concerning Federalmen personalities, or somethin',
freely and quickly around third. complete their contracts about the
and their ladies. Mr. Bowden graying
again be the blame on my
Thos. B. Shelley, ready to retire, same time, and it is expected that
says we have all the we
: may space head.
thought of the game and came on spring of 1935 will find the levee
: need, and anything within the law
out as is, red flannel night shirt, red Sally Boyd has been substitutingfor work now under;! construction coiu-
will be printed. So if don't
hose combined into you teachers in the Canal Point and
and red tam a I' (Continued on Page Ten)
.. ; complete ensemble. see your name in this column it is Pahokee schools, Tish Wardwell has "
( own fault-or friend's
I \ Henry Richard Hall, the cleanupman your your been out. interviewing every good-

't\1'\ ;. appeared in black and white, consideration.How looking man within forty miles fora COUNTY SAFETY

with a most becoming hat and a do you like the heading? Research Bureau anent fertilizersand !

pre-war bustle. David Goldberg And by the way, can somebody tell what have you, Old Lady Wal-

Alston was appropriately attired in Us why the imposing castle is the En- lace has been nursing a most inter- COUNCIL FORMED '

a white dress, with no sleeves and signe of the Engineers? Certainlyit esting case; so watch for some new :

ti very little back. Mr. Furgess in can not be intended for sarcasm, dresses over Pahokee way.-
; right, with a flowered dress and blue although the only castle an engineer Jo and Hoomes-Why the dou- In accordance with a letter from

I blouse completed the line-up. I can ever possess is very much up in ble o?)-have returned from Jacksonville the State Department a meeting was .

The game began much in favor'of the air. I think personally the name with four new tires', four held at the Court House Wednesday .

the girls. Oglesby and Wiandt I came!. from the chessman, whose new tubes, a case of coffee, and no : and an organization was formed :i

scored in the first on two walks anda movements are so circumscribed by money. to be known as the Hendry county "

couple of passed balls. But thelead' law and regulations that he can Inspector R. N. Boswell, his wife Safety Council. .
-- {f was short lived. In their half move only forward and back, or sideways and lovely little daughter Jerry have Ashre Frank, State Safety Director :

of the first, ,the Kiwanis Club put : and back,. which gets him no- returned from a visit with Mrs. Bos- told those present that there ,

three runs across the plate. The where, until he finally may arrive at well's aunt in Jensen. Mr. Boswell was a great need for this type of : .

i" girls came back strong in the secondto the end of the line, when he can do hails from Memphis Mrs. Boswell organization over the state, pointing 1

:;-r score three runs and gain a two anything and go anywhere he pleases. from Jacksonville, and here they out the number of recent accidents ,

r run lead which was narrowed to one The heading was suggested by are in Pahokee. Now you pull one to school children.Mr. ::.

when the Kiwanis Club scored in Tish Wardwell, whose wit Is becom- about the vicissitudes of life-if you Frank spoke on the need the of /'. ,_"

their frame. The Kiwanis blankedthe ing proverbial among her many know how to spell it. Boswell's safety on the highways, in

:. r. girls in the third and scored friends. hobby is fishing, and his visit to Jensen schools and in the homes and schoolbe urged "
three runs for themselves to go into It must be understood that any was made perfect by three fine that safety patrol 1.

I the lead, only to be shut out in the comments on the work itself herein trout, as big as this organized.The elected -

fourth after the girls had sent three- are strictly my own and not in anyway which he hooked and landed and following, officers .were Ray "C. ;
'' runners home to lead 8 to 7. I official. 'If anybody wants official ate. Mrs. Boswell's hobby is her : Permanent Chairman ,?\ is. r
: Secretary
''I Equal runs, three each kept the I reports on the work, he mustgo family, and she doesn't play bridge Hull of LaBelle, of LaBelle, Vice-

girls with a one run lead for the I to the main office and ask his which is distinction enough for one Mary Hayes Davis Denaud, Clyde ,
f next inning. Four runs by the Ki- questions. They probably won't tell small woman. f Chairman, for Fort Dunaway, i
r; wanis Club, after they held the girls him a thing, but ho won't be any Speaking Of fish, Mrs. Jim Mc- Crawford, for F e ld a, F. Hall, for .x
jt I scoreless in the sixth put the former worse off than he was before, An Lure caught a six pound bass re., for LaBelle, F. Alston, f.

: '. ( t (Continued on Page Ten) engineering Job Jg about the only (Continued on Page Ten) : ClewiatQP, Mrs, pav ,

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poses tax of $2 a gallon on distilled SUPREME COURTHELPS British History Books

News Review of Current spirits, $5 a barrel on beer and from '
Mum Events
10 to 40 cents a gallon on wine. NEW DEAL on of 76

When the measure came up In the Only a few very eccentric Englishmen

Events the World Over senate the Democratic leaders were know anything about the War of

caught napping and Senator Clark of Law Independence, the Revolution, the Rebellion '
Emergency Mortgage
on '
Missouri secured the adoption of two or whatever you wish It to be ..- -

amendments that stirred up quite a Moratoriums Upheld. called, says a writer In Vanity Fair, -

row. The first provided for the placing London.

President Asks, Senate to Ratify St. Lawrence Waterway of additional high tariff duties on Washington.-The Supreme court upheld We are aware, of course, that Lord

wines 'and liquors from foreign countries as constitutional the Minnesotalaw North muddled the business and that

Treaty, and Battle Begins-Russian Ambassador that have defaulted on their war establishing a moratorium on' Burke devoted to that r ddle many

debt payments to the United States. mortgage foreclosures in the state fine passages of English oratory We

Troyanovsky Presents His Credentials. The second change repealed that por- The ruling was the first to come from are aware that after many protracted -

tion of the Reed "bone dry" act pro- the court on legislation passed to meet transactions the Colonies declared

N PICKARD '. .. hibiting newspapers and periodicals the emergencies of the depression and their independence, and that the Brit-
By carrying liquor advertising from enterIng was regarded as a test of the court'sattitude ish government, with a fine gestureof

dry states. At present such fair-mindedness and liberalism
toward such ,
his Influence good relations established by the measures.In
to the test exchange -
PUTTING publications must make over and send granted them that independence.We .
addition to being an important
senate, President Roosevelt of letters between President
out copies for'dry territory with blank
I In a special message to that body Roosevelt and President Kalinin. test of the power of the states to have heard it whispered, even,
In place of the liquor adv r-
asked speedy consideration and ratioN spaces tisements. resort to drastic action In an emer- that in the Interval which elapsed between -

ncatlon or the at. /CHICAGO'S milk supply was practically gency, the case was believed to estab- this act of spontaneous gener-
Lawrence waterway; -* cut off by a stride: of dairy pressure was broughtto lish a precedent for similar legisla- osity and the original difficulty at
bear and next day the vote on the
treaty with Canada. farmers of that region who demand a tion In many stales which may facea Boston, some minor ,military; 'operations -
first amendment was reconsidered and
The opponents of the higher price for their product. The Supreme court challenge. occurred There was a slight
the change was rejected.The .
pact had ,been wait- controversy was complicated by the Chief Justice Hughes In the opirv Incident, we have been told, at, a
antI-<:anceI13 tf nists came to the
Ing for the chance to evident desire of the larger milk dis- Ion went into a prolonged discussionof place called Bunker's Hill, and an-
front again when Senator Johnson of -
start the battle, and tributing companies of the city to California obtained passage of his bill emergency power Inherent In the other regrettable occurrence at a -

. k .. they were so numerous drive outof business the smaller con- prohibiting future purchase or sale federal Constitution., place called Yorktown.: -

\ and so determinedthat cerns that -depend on "cash and carry" of securities of,'and loans to, any for- "Emergencies do not create powers But the whole story figures but

no one would trade, and.by' the determination of the eign government or subdivision whichIs not otherwise contained in the Consti- slightly in our history books, which

. predict the outcome. organized milk drivers not to accept in default to the United States, or tution," Hughes said. "The Constitution proceed almost at once to pass on-
reductions in The farmers thor-
Ratification requires a I pay. to any American bondholders. itself ,was adopted In a period of ward to t n more o : satisfactory -
-t\ vote, or 64 oughly organized and ably directed, the
Sen. grave emergency. ; episodes of Napoleonic wars.
Qf the 00 senators. and the temporary Idle drivers committed -
HIS efforts to New York city "But furnish occasions
innumerable save emergency may -
Coincidental with the reception of acts of violence and IN
the President's was the submission vandalism, almost with Impunity. Milk bankruptcy Mayor\ Fiorello II. calling for the exercise of I To keep clean and healthy' take Dr.
message La Guardia asked the Plcrco's Pleasant Pellets,, regulate
trucks were' burned dumped In the state legislature power and may furnish occasion for They
of a minority by Sen
report liver bowels and stomach.-Adv. '
ator Wagner of New York as a mem- river with their contents, and In at to pass a bill that would give the use of powers already 'In exist- .
him full control of the "
ber of the foreign relations committee least one instance a train was stoppedand ence. :

in which Mr. Wagner argued rigorously robbed of a consignment of 'condensed city's finances. But he llughes noted that no one questionedthat Classified _

aganst ratification of the mill ran into a snag at war powers were'in the Constitution An "expert" is very frequently a

treaty. He declared the cost of the When the strike had lasted five days once, for Governor although they were not resortedto man who knows how but can't.

waterway to the United States wouldbe and the farm administration and Secretary Lehman in a stinging except in times of hostility.

$573,136,000 instead of the $272- Wallace had shown no disposi- letter, told the mayorhe The ruling provoked a violent dis- .. ., I- "
= ;-T'f.T -- *!f: y Sr f JfK i&f&
tion or ability to end it, Mayor Kelly would never approve headed Jus- / '
453,000 estimated by the proponents of sent from a minority by I 'VS? !*! -

the pact; and he asserted the United arranged a truce and arbitration such, a measure tice Sutherland. He said that few
agreement and' the shipping of milk'to which, he declared, '
States would spend three times as more vexing questions had come ..
would establish a fiscal YOU CAN
much as Canada, though the Do-' Chicago was resumed. fore the court in his generation. A
and political dictatorship DEPEND ON PR S
minion would receive a "vast prepon- dissenting opinion, he said, was, necessary llT'S

derance" of the benefits. The senator E\\RLE BAILIE, who has been act- --_._ : that he con- because of_ implications threatening ALL-VEGETABLE;
sidered .SAFE !
added: *-*ing as fiscal assistant to Secretaryof Mayor further inroads on Constitutional dji'
""Most Important' of all, 1. am not In the Treasury Morgenthau, has resigned Guardia necessary and essenLa rights. "" "':' '"
I un-AmerIcan. Bright Eyes. ":" "'
tlally '
favor of a public works project designed and it is no secret that his He was joined In the dissent by ,""At
"No man In this country has ever No Bad Skin >
to employ Canadian workmen retirement was the other members of the regular con- ", ,. ,j%
asked for or received the dictatorial '''
with United States money. The treaty price paid for the un- servative bloc-Justices' Van Devanter, She, learned long ago how'" ':>:'
powers which would be ;yours throughthe often dull eyes, pimply>> skin,
provides that although the United opposed confirmationof governor McReynolds and Butler. The align- nervousness and lack of pep come from
of this bill, the -
States Is to supply the funds for most the appointment; of wrote. ment in 'favor of the use of emergency bowel NR (Nature's sluggishness Remedy and)constipation.is her secret Now of

of the work In the International rap- Mr. Morgenthau by Mayor La Guardia, who always has power Included Hughes and Justices sparkling! loveliness and'vital health.. No
Ids section of the St. Lawrence river, the senate. Certain: more ineffective partial relief for her-all-
Brandeis Stone Roberts and Car-
been a fighter, came back with a let- vegetable NR Tablets give thorough cleansIng -
the portion of this work the Cana- members of the
on upper ter that bristled with references to ,dozo. gently stimulating the entire bowel.
dian side of the section Is to be per- house, notably Sena- Millions take KR for thorough, effective
the evils of the situation confrontingthe relief from constipation and biliousness.Get .
formed with Canadian workmen using tor Couzens, let the a 25c box.
the of toget
city, hopelessness trying
Canadian materials." 0 AQ4h secretary know that assistance from the board ot aldermen WASHINGTON BRIEFS I All Pleasant-safe druggists'. e
The President's to the senate they did not approve '' .
message or putting piecemeal legislation ->andnothab- ,
I itforming."Tl .!:: _..: _
gave- his opinion that the treaty L of the retention of through at Albany and accusations of'

was fair, that the waterway projectwas BaleBailie, and MorgenEarle political maneuvering by the governor. President Roosevelt nominated Wal- fVlb" Quick heartburn.relief for acid Only indigestion lOc

economically sound. He declared thau told them Bame Later the governor and the mayor ter M. W. Splawn, former presidentof

that. "local fears of economic harm to had consented to help him temporarilyand got together and worked out a compromise the University of Texas, to the in-

special localities or to special Inter- Intended to quit soon. So the fis- to reform the city's financial terstate commerce commission. The

ests are grossly exaggerated.'' He attempted cal assistant wrote a nice letter say setup and balance the budget. Under President also advanced William W.

to dispose of opposition from ing that he would have to get back to this program the "mayor will not be Howes of South Dakota to be first as- 0. NO QUESTION' _

Illinois and Mississippi valley senatorsby New York to resume his work with the able to set himself up as sole dictator, sistant postmaster general and namedHarliee ABOUT RESULTS '

declaring that the treaty provision Seligman firm of Investment bankers.It with power to abolish Jobs and con- Branch of Georgia to succeed whenyou useCadicIc'sROSE -

on the diversion at Chicago was ade- was Bailie's connection with the solidate departments, but will have to_ him as second assistant postmaster

quate to guarantee a sufficient volume banking house that aroused the oppo- share these powers with his fellow ge.neral. Flour]
of. water. sition to him. Senator Couzens had members of the board of estimate. .

The opposition of Chicago and the said openly that. It was scandalous The mayor has only three of the sIx- Hugh S. Johnson approved a modi- CADICK MILLING CO.,GKANDV1EV, IND.'

Mississippi valley to the treaty was that' there should be chosen for a high teen votes on the board, but his Re- fication of the automobile code which

voiced especially by Senators James treasury post a partner of the Selig publican-Fusion confederates hold an will permit the motor plants ,to work

Hamilton Lewis of Illinois and Bennett man firm, whose flotation of loans to additional ten votes and on the face their employees 40 hours, instead of BLACKMAN

Champ Clark of Missouri. Both South American ,countries, now In default of things, the mayor will be able to the original 35 hours a week fixed by

these gentlemen declared entirely unAcceptable was, aired before a senate In- swing his plans Into effect their codes. "

L a suggested compromise for vestigating committee. One revelationwas

attaching a reservation to the treaty that the firm paid a "commission" navy seaplanes carrying SO men Earl Bailie, partner in the J. & W. : j STOCK and POULTRY

holding that if the United States Supreme of $450,000 to Juan Leguia of the SIX
son a nonstop flight from San Seligman Investment firm and target ,Medicines. ReliableO

court at any future time altered president of Peru, In connection with Francisco to Honolulu, 2,306 miles, in of senatorial inquiries and criticisms,

its present order that the ChI- negotiation of a loan to that country. 24 hours and 45 minutes. It was the resigned as fiscal assistant to Secretary Blackman's Medicated Lick-

cago diversion /should( be limited to longest mass flight over' water ever of the Treasury Morgenthau.The A-Brik

1,500 cubic feet per second after 193S, SPEAKER RAINEY, after a confer- made and Lieut., Comm. Knelier Me- o Blackman's Stock Powdero

the altered judgment of the court the White House, an- GInnis and his men were entitled to NRA national compliance board Blackman's Cow TonicO

should automatically be enforceable nounced that President Roosevelt was the high praise they received from cited Edward T. Jones Kansas City Blackman's Char-Med-Sal '

under the treaty. making no out of town engagementsfor high officials of the navy. wholesale and retail dry cleaner, to (for Hog.)

The Mississippi valley people are es- the period during which congress the federal trade commission for alleged O Blackman's Poultry Tablets

pecially opposed to the surrender of would be In session but would remain A 5 to 4 vote the United States price cutting ,In violation of the o Blackmail's Poultry Powder
.' the domestic sovereignty of the. United at his desk until adjournment. He BY
Supreme court sustained the con- cleaning code.Depreciation
Highest Quality Lowest Price
States over Lake Michigan and all
; added that the President hopes this stitutionality of the Minnesota\ emer-

the members of the army board of en- will be early In the spring, as he be- gency mortgage moratorium law which of the dollar In foreign Satisfaction Guaranteed or

,:' gineers except the chief engineer held lieves the legislative program will be your money 'back. I
provides that, during the emergency countries plus a 15 per cent pay reduc-
that the treaty provisions for diversionat
". disposed of speedily. declared to exist, courts might step In tion has cut In half the salaries of BUY FROM YOUR DEALER
Chicago were Inadequate.
: to halt or delay real estate mortgage 2,330AmerIcan foreign service officers(

-' PLANS for the issue of $2,000,000,000 sales and extend periods of redemp- and clerks in diplomatic and consular BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.

of Russia was for bonds for the purpose of tion. This was held to foreshadow the posts all 'over the world. Chattanooga, Tenn. -F
probable stand of the court when oth- .. I
when AlexanderA. refinancing the national farm_ mort- r. I I

Troyanovsky, the Soviet ambassador gage burden were got under way at er New Deal measures come up be- Ford Wins Again by Write Sandhills Essence", Co., Plnebluff. I

arrived In Washington and pre- the instance of the President, who fore it.ONE. North, Carolina, for making your own
liquor cordial.
Forty varieties
sented his credentialsto ':,'H'y / .,M '.,."" sent to congress a special message on Ruling of Mr. McCarl under Food and Drug A$ June 30, 1906.

President Rooseveltat : >" ,' 1i the subject. The bonds were author- of the country's best known Washington. Eligibility of Ford

the White Houe. ; /i : ized last year with a guarantee onlyof publishers and editors dealers to compete for government 25 U. S. STAMPS: ALT DIF1OSKEXT.

He brought with him ; the Interest, but Mr.\ Roosevelt Frank P. Glass of Montgomery\ business again has been establishedby Jloorcs Freo to Brothers new applicants- Lake for Worth our approvals., Florida.

t several members of ':;, asked that both Interest and principalbe Ala., died of influenza Just after the J. R. McCarl, the controller gen- I
P. -the embassy staff and guaranteed in order that the bonds senate Interstate commerce committeehad
eral, In refusing to approve paymentson
as soon as the diplomatic : : rJs might be made readily acceptable to decided to recommend his con- another make of automobile on the BOYS AND GIRLSDo 1
procedure had investors. The administration's bill firmation as a member of the federal not awardedto
grounds contracts were you want a $5.00 Ingraham watch ;"
.- been completed he would increase to $800,000.000 the railroad mediation board, a position guar- I
,11 also the low bidder. anteed 5 yrs. or baseball gloves or a diamond
\; : : given him by the President last set La Tausca Indestructible
eagerly got down to $200,000,000 emergency funds estab- ;year. pearls
% W$
'''' ; the McCarl Icles'th t or a tonpiecedresser set? Well, send for
Mr. Glass of Montgomery wrote Secretary
work on the matters r"J< lished last spring for mortgage loansto was publisher 15 tubes of shaving cream and 15 tubes of
of trade relations .I' f' ?A their Advertiser and also had been "appropriated monies are not avaIl- dental cream, sell them for 35 cents each,
who cannot refinance
< ;_'....., return the money and have jour: choIce.
credits and other :"-' .J. *" debts through the land banks.WITH editor of the Birmingham News and able for payment" qn ,contracts let for Other premiums to select from.

-: questions with the ofAmbassador the St. Louis Star. He was .a vigorous nine new units delivered at Casper, 14 feulmnu KAY Aie.VON-li"ECI.\LTIE: Thompson, Conn.

ficials of the State Troyanovsky only five votes In opposition, Writer and a man of influence in Wyo., and Salt Lake City, Utah, and
the Democratic party. refused to the statement that
i t',. department. government's liquor tax bill, accept
"the Ford Motor Is not a' is often u.hy colds de-
Ji.. Mr. Troyanovsky company THIS
: was accompanied which Is expected to add :470,000,000to velop easily:Your system is
V( \ on his journey from Europe by William the national revenue, was passed by FRANCE enjoyed one of those great member of the NRA" as a reason for dogged and when exposed lea

r,. C. Bullitt, American ambassadorto the house of representatives. Not one scandals.not Infrequent in rejecting its bid on the new'machines. bill elimination the whole is thrown work of on waste the

Moscow. At the Washington station of more than a score of amendments these times, and the government of already overworked kidneys.

::- he was welcomed by Jefferson Patter- altering the tax rates was accepted by Premier Chautemps was endangered. Woman Patient Shoots

f..' son and Robert F. Kelley of the State the house and the measure, as finally Serge Stavisky, known as "HandsomeAlex 4 I

department, and by To hlhlko Take- passed, carried the same rates originally ," had duped countless widows Physician to Death

: totnl, the Japanese charge d'affaires, a recommended by the ways: and and orphans out of some sixty million Reading, Pa.-Dr. Paul R. Hess, so- If you have a cold, cut --J

: personal friend during the years when means committee.A francs through a Bayonne pawnshop cially prominent physician, was shot it short. Cleanse Internally WRITE FOR
swindle, and certain members of the with
r" Troyanovsky was ambassador to To- rigid requirement that all bottled and killed In front of his office by two Garfield FREESAMPLE
cabinet were Involved. Stavisky fled Tea. If feel one
b- klo. you I
liquor sold at ,retail must carry a fed- of five bullets fired from a pistol In
r In a brief Interview granted to the but was traced to a lonely villa at coming on,help to nip it OARFIELD'
eral stamp showing the governmenttax the hands of a woman patient.
quickly the same TEA CO.Brooklyn. i
:Mr. ChamounIx, where two bullets In the
press Troyanovsky said he was to have been paid and I
Indicatingthe The patient, Miss Frances Sepsle,
Plain In t te 'bagt-ahQur drug store
not planning to head ended his life. The police said It or Nw York
negotiate a nonaggres-I quantity and quality of the contents thirty, made no effort to escape. She
rton was suicide, but the general belief was
treaty with the United
States'' was written into the bill by the handed the pistol to a policeman who LiwrnfliYA. I
similar to those the Soviet Union has' that the police shot the man so that
ways and means committee at the instance arrived a few moments after the shots
with various Europeon countries. He of the Treasury department.As the ,ministry could appear before the Splendid Laxative Drink
thinks this chamber of deputies with clean hands. were[ fired.
unnecessary because of the
passed by the house, the bill Im-
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Thcj were actually' quarreling. The r Howe HAVE VALUE IN LIFEA

::: OUEEN ar evening on which George had counter About : man from a small town never
Frances so much was turning out worse than a
forget the characters
: ANNE'S ParKinson, failure."I whom he grew up, and It's a among good

" ','', Kctjes think you've acted real mean," he Simple BehaviorismThe thing, because they help to keep him
!!' mumbled human-Cliff Warner.
,: fKfr LACE "I don't care if you do. If you say Yellow Streak

., another word, finding fault, I'll jump Original Law of Nature
out of this buggy and walk home !1"
0., 1933. Bell Syndicate.-WNU ServIce.
She meant what she said, and George -.----- . .-..... '
d 1 1r knew it. There was nothing to do but' \ -
relapse Into sullen silence. Not another By ED HOWE Why ,;

1 word was spoken during the six- THOSE emotionalists who contend .'

mile drive They even parted without only they sufficiently recognize Liquid Laxatives
< IIIv saying goodnight.It the fine things of life, and that fol.

....' was after two when Anne slipped lowers of the religion of simple be-
<.: .; haviorism lack: these appreciations and Back in Favor
," Into bed. An hour later before she fell are
::-: helps,,are mistaken.: The advocates of
asleep. But she was up again at five, '
good conduct for Us own sake, and ,
and the "extra :
: by seven wash" was b'n .
"I \ the line, and ,she had started pickingthe '. sufficient religion, enjoy all real ten- .I .N",:
V1r.H.V derness and beauty ; believe in every ,'.
"' beans. While
SirRVtcE they were cooking, '
-r .. she Ironed. And when the dinner good.thing. I ,myself have been known .
dishes to aplireciate a rose, a symphony, a
were dried and stacked away, i
'n' SYNOPSIS way with a stranger. picture the !
of the
gentleness women,
she asked, her father if she might take The public is fast to the
.k':;. "Why, I should think you'd like to beauty children., The idealists claim returning use ,
the ,team and drive to Wallacetown. of liquid laxatives. People have ;
:'; In mood of ,disappointment, through her get acquainted with her. She and Roy too much for their virtue ; sometimes
'1- ',' Inability, due to the selfishness of her family, are such good friends." "Land sakes, Anne, can't you never utter- falsehoods. conduct is learned that the properly prepared
Such a
;t:;:; to put finishing touches to her costume for a mother looked at her set still? I, was kinder thmkin' of liquid laxative ,will bring a perfect ;
Roy's guest fora violation of the behaviorIsm -.
; doctrine of movement without ,discomfort ;
;; country dance, Anne Chamberlain is irritated mowin' the medder this afternoon." any
.; :;,:, by the stolidity of her escort, George Hildreth. moment with bewilderment? What which: teaches good and correct at the time, or:after. ,
f ;,,:',., A visitor 'in the community, Neal Conrad, was ,he suggesting. That her precious "Oli, Pupper, you know you weren't 1' conduct !in all things "
i: young lawyer, is to be the "sensation" of the child, the 'only companion of her declining It's no kind of a hay.day 1" You The dose of a liquid laxative can .
claim such unselfishness
<:-: ': evening, and Hildreth Anne's suitor, is vague- may be varied to suit the needs of the '::
'/':. ':' ly jealous. Conrad is' impressed by Anne's years-Roy-and one of those "I s'pose you think you know more and idealism as you please, in expla- individual. The action can thus be <'j
.f i fresh young beauty and readily perceives her Chamberlains It was ,unthinkable I 'bout farmin' then I do. That's Just nation of your good behavior, and 1 regulated. A child is easily"given the "
0--1, ,; fine character. He invites her to accompany "I'm to cut him like a woman-wal ahead ef
: him and his,hostess' Mrs. Griffin, and her son trying out. .I thought go yer shall give you credit I believe many right dose. And mild liquid laxativesdo
Roy, on a picnic the following Sunday. Anne perhaps you wouldn't mind. But of so set on It." claim too much nobleness for their not irritate the kidneys. ,;

:; accepts, though aware she is being ,"uncon- course-" She escaped before he could changehis good citizenship, but I can easily: forgive Doctors are generally agreed that .:y;
ventional. Neal went,into his bedroom, shut the mind, without even waiting to' put such exaggeration in cases where, senna IS the best.laxative for every- ,-r
door carefully behind him, and laughed' on, a fresh dress. It was half-past one the goodcitizenship is actually practIced -' body. Senna is a natural laxative. It "

: CHAPTER III All Is fair In love and war. He knew already, and !it would, take her until wit1 reasonable modesty. does not drain the system like the : '"'

'i 6 that he had _won. When he emerged, nearly three to reach Wallacetown. The idealists say simple behaviorismfor cathartics.that leave you so thirsty.
: Mrs. Griffin accosted him and asked The bank closed at that hour Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a 'i
\ The motoring party took place, not and the its own sake,,and for profit, Is not .
it without violent opposition from more what he would like to take along for a bank was her first objective. She I, enough ; that good men should become liquid laxative which relies on senna ,
for its laxative
action. It has the
lunch. reached it in time. I.
quarters than one. barely missionaries, and offer more hope and :
average person's as regular as
Neal broached the subject to his Anne, meanwhile, was having difficulties "I want to draw some money out of, help to the benighted. The teachersof clockwork in a few weeks' time. J

friend on the way home from the, ; too. She decided that it wouldbe my savings bank account," she said behaviorism reply that their doc- 'J
,'. dance, and toy objected to it with wiser to take the bull by the horns, breathlessly. trine has long been taught in every You can always get Dr. Caldwell's l

more.'vigor than Neal would have sup- and tell George about the invitation at The cashier, who had, known her a community on the face of the earth for Syrup use.Pepsin Member at any N. drugstore R. A. ready :_,1

posed him capable of displaying in regard once. They were on their way back long time, looked at her dumfounded."You by policemen, sheriffs, judges, parents, "1

to any [subject., over the hills when she broached' the don't mean to say you're go- neighbors ; that one may travel everywhere '1

"You asked: Anne Chamberlain to subject. 4 ing to cut into, that money your AuntS and never be out of sight of Is This Too Good
'" go up to the mountains with you "George, she said, "do you remember rah left you?" he asked. teachers of behaviorism, or of material ,

.J Good Heavens, Neal, you don't know I what you said to me on the way "That's exactly"what I mean. I want tri'lmphs for those who practice the for Your Cough ? -.;
: In? About Neal )
asking me doctrine. doctrineof
To that the
l I. anything about the girl at all She fifty dollars. If 1 don't spend it all, prove
'" comes from one of the most worthless go out with him in his horseless car- I'll, bring part of it back." simple behaviorism has succeeded, Creomulsion may be a better ',' .

,'. families In the whole town." riage? Well, he has." "Why, Anne Chamberlain, you don't its advocates point out that every ad- help than you need. It combines ;

"Well, she's come a long way, then. "The fresh city guy I I hope you mean to tell me that you're going to vance in civilization has been accom- seven major helps in one-the '?

'You don't call her worthless, do you?" give" him all that wuz comin'' to him." take It out and spend it When you plished by its followers; every good best helps known to science. It Is :

": ,' "No, I rather like Anne." "I told him I'd be pleased to go. haven't but three hundred altogether, man and woman a triumph for it ; that made for quick: relief, for safety. -:

: "Good I I like her very much ; and You suggested it yourself Why shouldI counting interest.." Its doctrines have never been success- Mild coughs often yield to lesser '.'

,'" she's darned attractive." think you'd mind, after that?" "Oh, Tad, please hurry !" fully denied, as have the doctrines of helps. No one can tell No one

;. "You must have seen plenty of good. ""You knew I was only jokin1." Still protesting,.he counted the notes the idealists. The idealists have fought knows which factor will do most !

'. looking girls." ,"You weren't Joking. You were jeer- into her hand-five crisp, new bills. great wars in their crusades, while the for any certain cough. So careful ,

"I have. And plenty of bright girls. ing. Trying to get even with me. be- She had never seen so much money, at simple behaviorists have steadily advocated people, more and more, are using :
And cause I'd said you were behind the peace. In, the long march of Creomulsion for' that ,
plenty of girls with lots of go to once, in all her life before. She tucked any cough
them. But I never saw one that combined times. it into her shabby little purse, thrilling practical men they have not neglected starts. .

''), ,',<,. all those qualities so thoroughly "Are" you goin',just to get even with at the crackling sound which It made. education, moral teaching' the arts, The cost is a little more than a

in one and the same person. I got her me? Then she sped down the street to Mr. and sound progress. The'men of most single help. But your druggist ,

to tell me a little about herself. She It would have been welcome' ttd Goldenburg's store, stopping to look education have approved the doctrines guarantees it, so it costs nothing if -

.. said .her father had had hard luck, and ings, she knew, If she had said she into the window as she reached It. of the behaviorists ; the men of science it fails to bring you quick relief.
was. But she was too honest. (which is honest education checked to
her mother wasn't strong. There three headless "dummies" stood, Coughs are danger signals.. For ,1
"Hard luclthe: kind of hard luck: "Partly-a little. But mostly because draped with white muslin dresses, and date) have accepted behaviorism as safety's sake, deal with them in '

that comes from never doing any hard I want to. I've never been to above them ran the legend, "Special their own doctrine and practice, and the best way known. (adv.)

j;[' work Ills farm is going to rack the mountains.' Bargain Sale. Marked down to $9.98." decided against those overwrought :'
and ruin it's "I'll take you to the mountains." idealists who claim simple good con-
\ii mortgaged,-and he's head A white muslin dress had not been
over heels in debt besides. As forAnne's "You've had plenty of chances to ask Included In her calculations. But, as duct for Its own sake is not enough.
me, and did. It's too late *
mother being, delicate-well, you she looked at these, she,suddenly saw
she weighs about three hundred and now. herself clad !In one, when Neal cameto I have known good many men to

fifty pounds, and she may have heart "Are you goin' off, all alone with this call that evening and the next-if apparently attain respectability and CII llAP E

disease or kidney trouble. I shouldn'tbe feller?" he really did come. It was the kind success In- life, and then jump out ofa It" LUGHANDS

at all surprise If Anne hadn't "Of course not. Mrs.: Griffin and of thing a girl ought to wear, under tenth-story window because,pf some-

worked her fingers to ,the bone and, Roy are going, too." such circumstances, she saw instinc- thing' they couldn't ,satisfactorily ex

taught ,school besides these last two "Wal, you went outside an' set with tively, sheer and snowy. The crude plain.I .
.-; ,' years, I don't know how they'd have him quite a spell, I noticed. Did he color of her pink dress, the heavinessof have been thinking them over, and

-. lived." kiss you?" the black bows that adorned it, cannot recall one who, during his apparent To quickly relieve

': "And you think a girl with that "Of course not. I think you're awfully seemed hopelessly hideous to her all days of responsibility, did not chapping and roughness,

> much. spunk isn't worth knowing?" vulgar and-and insulting. I at once. If she bought a white muslin exhibit a streak of yellow, or occasionally apply soothing,

<; Roy stared at his friend with growing don't believe he even thought of sucha dress, It, would mean buying white wave the black flag of piracya cooling Mentholafwn.

': '. ,,;, astonishment. ,Neal had not only thing." shoes and stockings, too, and the right ittle; display some dangerous beliefor

," :v been swiftly hit. He had been hit "You know darned well he did." kind ,of a slip, but she felt too reck- habit.

: :Ys: hard. "Well, then, It's all the more creditto less to care-If necessary, she could All men have bad habits, Inherited

',"'),,' "I didn't' say that she wasn'tworth him because he didn't do It It's draw out more money. She unlatchedthe from the monkey: old Adam, or God

'": ; ', knowing. But-why, 'she doesn't even more than you would have done, with. shop ,door, and walked In.' By good knows where, but good steady men 1

':: :r', know how to dress !1" the same chance !" luck, she encountered the proprietor hide these weaknesses with consider [ :for II

;{?;i: "She knows that she doesn't know. "You ain't comparin' me an' him, himself, a kindly Jew who had beenin able success, and have the decency. to

.:'2'j.; And that being the case, she'll learn. are you?" Wallacetown only a few years, and be ashamed of them. When a good, BILIOUSNESSSour ,
."'. ': Give her time. She can't be much "I am not. There's no comparison who had prospered there. steady man gets in a jam-as all men stomach -
:< ; possible." Is to work out of }
; over twenty. (TO BE CONTINUED.) do-his disposition '
'., .:,;.;:, "She isn't quite that." -, -- it with as little disaster as possible.If gas and headache = 4
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"Then you Just wait and see what he is running i= ffllG jfo = i
..' :/., she'll look like by the time, she's night, getting too much In debt, neg- CONSTIPATIONc )
1 We Would Die if We Couldn't
g :?-i thirty You don't object if I at least Sleepone lecting his work, you are usually able

" ,..; ask your mother to go with us?" to note his attempting to let up a lIt- "I

I &: -; "You can ask her. But I know she'll No one knows precisely what hap- theory, we energetically consumeall tle ; he doesn't tal e'tIle bit in his teeth

"v ., refuse." pens when we sleep. But there are the oxygen we take In and our and run away until the only remedyIs 'i.

"'..'y.,J;: "Surely she wouldn't expect me to certain things that we do ,know 'which bodies produce certain sleep-making poison, a bullet, or a jump from the i

Insult the, girl by Inviting her to go off help us to guess why we sleep. agents which finally clog the higher roof. .
on an all-day trip with me without a Either because it is a habit of some functions of the brain and produce e C. :

z, chaperon !I" millions of 'years, or because it always sleep. When we have accumulated a In spite of the depression I have a E:
"Good Lord, Neal You don't need steady job. So far as I am able to
was a physical necessity: we good store of oxygen for another day's
: to Invite her at all" estimate, it pays me around fifteen dollars i
would die If we couldn't sleep. In- activities, we wake up once, more. I .
y "But I have. And she's accepted." deed, death by sleeplessness was once a week. I hear O. O. McIntyre Is
"Then you both ought to be In able to earn a hundred times more.
willing one of the legal punishments China, Music Revives Memories
This Is regrettable, from stand-
to, take the my
consequences. a writer in the St. Louis Globe-
says of Places or IncidentsA point, but am I warranted In accept-
"Look,here, Roy, ,I thought you werea Democrat.We ,
friend, of mine. You're not acting too that very great part of the pleasure ing the American philosophy that Mr.
much like one." than older people take In music comes from the McIntyre be compelled at pistol pointto PAINS IN BACKO
need sleep
more persons-
divide with me, since J have had
Roy felt a pang of contrition He small infants sleeping as muchas associations It revives, says a writerin Mrs. W. L. Ward, Gen'L
"' very Harper's Magazine. These may follow every opportunity he has had? In the Del., Wicanopy, Fla., said:
was gentle creature. twenty hours; and Napoleon, his- one another as continuously as first place, he won't do it, and thereIs "Constant headaches Just
"I'm sorry, Neal. I shouldn't have about drove me mad
torians have slept only three the flow of music Itself, never, per- no power on earth to compel him to ; i slept but very little my appetite -
r spoken as I did. Anne's a nice girl. hours a night. At any rate; middle- > was poor, I lost
haps, taking full possession of our consciousness the better and more efficient workers andhid
"' Everyone admits that. I'd be as sorry aged;:: persons seem to need less sleep but stirring within us. have always been able to get most pay. pains weight in and my strength back. Three
as anyone to see her get Into trouble." than ones, and they bottles of Dr. Plerce'a Favorite -
younger sleep What awakens them? Where do Captain Kidd did -woiking with as
h "It's Inconceivable that she Prescription completely -
should more lightly. Persons who work out- they come from? A few notes that recall capable a gang of radicals as the world restored me to health after -
get into trouble, said Neal icily. of-doors 'and do physical work requiremore an old song, not all the melody, has ever known ; It Is Captain KIdd's I suffered a general breakdown."
,s- "Yes, of course. What I meant was sleep than persons who do brain its Write Dr Fierce' ,Clinic, Buffalo. N. Y.
but spirit and the feel of the place treasure chest we look for, not the
;- -go ahead and ask Mother. I'll Inside. New.slze, tablets 50 eta, liquid $1.00. Large
what I say work and the years where It was sung. Or treasure chests of his fifteen dollars a size,tabs or liquid, $1.35. ",W.Do Oar Parte"
to too.
4 can her" While we are sleeping we breathe it may ,be a certain beat in the music week followers. The sea is free to everybody -
{; "Thank you, said Neal, still coldly. more'slowly and we breathe In more that you would swear now fills your for fishing, piracy, commerce.

Because of his repentant spirit, Roy oxygen and breathe out. less carbon ears, and yet at the same time rouses The more efficient win most: no law PIMPLY SKIN

:', said even more to his mother than he dioxide. Our hearts beat more slow- within you ,a movement from elsewhere weak men can make will ever supplantthis
bad Intended. But In spite of this Intercession ly. Our sense of hearing, of smell, of a swing of the arm you have original law of nature. soon improved and blotches cleared

Neal found her adamant' sight and taste and touch are some- known, a remembered tread, the graceof e away by daily treatment withResinol
) -.J when he first approached her. what, though not entirely "off duty." the dance, or the march of soldiers.
sits down to write he
.f'? "I couldn't think of it, Neal It Both body and mind are resting, although The reverie may be vague to tho When a man ,
: himself
i : ,would make talk, going on a Sunday." the, fact that we dream proves point of unconsciousness, yet It goes usually concerns not with
I 1', 's "It's the only day the poor girl can that our minds are still working. on. Glance at the faces about" you plainly recording opinions, but
;! '_ go. She works like a dog all the rest Judging from these qualities of while listening to music. On most of with displaying his talent as a writer,
and deciding what line of piffle will
;.f of the time.. sleep, scientists have suggested various them, even on those whose attention WNU-7 3-34
'.. '.:.,. "And I don't know her at all. It explanations.While looks most pofnted.you' will see the best suit buyers of books and manu- I

'wouldn't acem natural starting off that we are awake, according to' haze of a dream. scripts.

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News with the shadow of, tragedy before ported. as bringing $1.25 f. o. b. SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS PARTY Punta Gorda and Fort Myers which
The 11 I
: attracted scheduled for and Monday -
him: I Belle Glade The city crop were Friday
Published every FrIday in Clewiston,' The coioner's- jury returned a I a great deal attention, and the I Mrs. A. 1.. Taylor was hostess to nights were both cancelled, the
Florida, by, the CLEWISTON NEWS, verdict of death by "motor vehicle scene was' quite agricultural with the willing Workers Sunday School first on account of rain and the .second -, .
Inc. accident which ,was unavoidable." I I approximately 75 pickers busy In Class of the Methodist Church Fri- after a telegram had been received -
A truth which cries out for re- the field. day night., from tho opponents. The-
Keathley Bowden, Editor cognition is the fact that until there '! Twelve members and some guests next game will be a nonconferencematch

is a new consciousness in the mindsof I' were present to enjoy the games with Moore Haven Monday-
the public as to what constitutes 'I LaB<:He which were played in the house be- Jan. 29 at LaBelle. A good game is
second class mail mat-
Entered as an "unavoidable accident" there I cause of the rain. Reverend R. E expected at Moore Haven February 7HENDRY -
1 1927 at the Post f
ter February -
q edless. deaths will continue, re Carlson gave a short talk. Candy \
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under News Items were COUNTY TO HAVE (
gardless of traffic police, safety and lemonade .the refreshments -
the Act of March 3, 1897. campaigns and other attempts to II i served. I BOOTH EXHIBIT AT- FAIR

curb the situation.If !
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. a motorist, driving with brakes CONSTRUCTION SANITATION YOUNG PEOPLE'S RALLY Hendry county is to have an ex-
''1 I PROJECT BEGUN MONDAYI hibit of products at the Southwest
Advertising rates on application. hat he knows to be faulty, strikes
1. truck parked well on the left side i\I I I 100 young people were present Florida Fair February 13 to-17-.

of the road and causes the death ofa I I. Having made satisfactory pro- when the LaBelle Epworth- League Superintendent of Public In-
Devoted to the advancement and person, can' that be called an "un- !tress: with the survey of sanitary entertained the Alva and Olga struction E. L. Stalllngs is In
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry i\oldable accident"? i I conditions in LaBelle and vicinity, Leagues at a Rally Sunday night. charge of arrangements and requeststhat
County. If a car strikes a parked trick i Dr. C. W. Vandiver, County Super- George Wood, LaBelle's DeMille, all persons interested in exhibiting -
with such force that the car' is visor of the Sanitation Project, is was in charge of the program which, will either see or write himas
topped immediately and the frontf proceeding with the work of constructing coming as iUdid'after a bounteous soon as possible
We trust you've been eating a few ) it ciushed by the impact yet the the forms necessary for luncheon ,was enjoyed hugely. Mr.
extra'oranges and grapefruit this 'on and a half truck is knocked ,90 the building of the cement pits. Wood had prepared small red ar- MRS. W. II.POOLE AGED 71
week. It's Florida Citrus Week, you 'cet down the road and almost to Dr. Vandiver the rows representing the barbed dartsof FALLS 15 FEET TO CEMENT:
know, and the fruit is plentiful and through the ditch alongside, can it property According unkind words and deeds we are
owners of this section. are
cheap. said that the was travelling prone to cast at our friends. These
ie car '
of In of fractured skull
showing a spirit spite a man-
it a "safe rate of speed?" arrows were signed by each person
cooperation in joining this move- gled arm and three broken ribs received -
We'll put tho story 'about the 68 If it were yourfather who had_ present and then burned and the
ment. The Doctor states that he Monday night in a fifteen footfall
lank cars of 10,000 gallons of mo- been killed, what would your answer ashes buried at the foot of a cross from ,
has:; discovered 58 caseS' of unsani- the balcony, over Poole'sStore
lasses each, against the rest of be? in a symbolic
up ceremony.
tary sewage systems' in the city, to the cement sidewalk, Mrs.
the state for the title of the sweet- that over half of these have already These meetings are held on the W. H: Poole is reported to be beyond -

est news story of the week. } signed the agreement to pay the fifth Sunday of those months which danger at the Lee Memorial
costs of construction for sanitary i have a fifth Sunday since at that Hospital.
Florida lost an eminent citizen as toilets and that he expects the greater time there will be no regular church Mrs. Poole was out on the bal-
well as educator in the death of Dr. RAMBLINGS: part of the property owners will services.: The next rally will be at cony at about nine o'clock Monday-
Lincoln Hulley, 'president of Stet- join the movement.The the Idalia School at Olga, April 29. night and evidently becoming dizzy-

son University. Dr. Hulley was alsoa I .:..:":..:..:..:..:":..:..:":":..:..:..:..:..:":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. project is not confined, to suddenly lost her balance and felt
bank official, and active in many LaBelle alone but will extend over BENEFIT BRIDGE headlong to the sidewalk fifteen,
civic enterprises. Bill Roy's Comedians, whose orchestra the whole of Hendry and Glades feet below.
played for a dance at the counties under, the supervision of Completing first half of its An .ambulance rushed her to the t I

The Okeechobee county school Inn following their performanceere Dr. Vandiver contract to pay for the Encyclopedia Fort Myers hospital where her condition
'; last week, probably waked up :et at the Library, the Woman's was considered critical until
board has abolished its salary and
expense allowance for 1934 in order ',vith a very real headache themselvesnext REV. W. NOLAN TO LEAD Ccmmunity Club sponsored a bene- Wednesday night when her doctors
to help the school financial situa- morning. When they arrived BAPTIST REVIVAL MEETINGS fit Bridge at the Club Rooms Satur- reported that she was much im-
at Belle Glade where they showed day afternoon. proved and ,could be considered beyond -
tion. The Glades county superin-
tendent, Mrs. Caroline' Bales, upon the next night, they found Sheriff I Under the sponsorship of the La- Five tables were in play and danger. Mrs. Poole Is 71 years
assuming office last January, Volun- Delaney waiting for them. It seems Belle Baptist Church, Reverend W. prizes were awarded those having old.
tarily chopped $1000 yearly from her hat they had neglected the little D. Nolan of the' First Baptist dhurch high and low scoies.BUSINESS .
letail of securing county licenseo HUnT' WHEN FOOT SLIPS
salary. A great deal of commendation of Arcadia 'will conduct a series of
is deserved by those officials show in Hendry county, and the Revival Meetings at the church be- PLACES MOVE
ilert tax collector secured a warrantfor Pop Wiley broke three ,ribs when
ginning Monday night.
,who begin their economy measures
them and sent the sheriff to his, foot slipped while walking a
at home. Everybody is welcome to these In the past week three of La-
I Belle Glade to collect. He collected I i meetings and the public is urged to Belle's business places have changed pipe line; Mr. Wiley has been
he money for licenses and cost, and working on the dredge Niagara and
Evidence that the Upper Glades )I I' take advantage of the opportunityto location. Hardy Skinner, barber,
section around Lake Okeechobee is assorts of apologies. So Bill Roy's hear this noted speaker.M. has moved into the north side of is confined to his home here.
'will remember their performance in
building for the future is seen in the the Arcade room which has been
plans for churches; both Methodistand I Davison has
Baptist denominations at Belle We've been lucky with shows, moved his Shoe Hospital into tho
:anyway: Remember Barnett Broth- Arcade MIrn Cecil Jackman, home room
'Glade are planning to erect houses I Missionary room across from Forrey's
of worship in the near future. The TS circus that showed here one day i Store and A. G. Martin has moved teacher of the 8th grade, was hon-
Catholics have just completed a arly: in January? They showed in Church met at the home of Reverend his Sea Food Restaurant into the ored by a party which her pupils

beautiful church between Pahokeeand Brunswick, Georgia, last week, and R. E. Carlson Thursday afternoon. building recently vacated by Hardy gave at her home Friday night. Mrs.
Canal Point to serve that sec- an elephant, one'of those that After the usual business meeting Skinner, Jackman recently resumed teaching
tion. The splendid school buildings walked; so docilely down the Clewis- current events were read and clis- after a several months absence due

and church buildings; that are being'I ton streets, ran .amuck.... A Brunswick ,cussed following which time asset BAPTIST LADIES QUILT to illness. ,and the party' was a wel-
established prove that the popula- housewife, Investigated a terrific aside for meditation and worship. come'affairs ,
r tion of the Glades is not a fluctuating -,j I J noise on the front porch and Readings on "Sacrificial Giving", ,The Baptist Missionary Union heldan After indoor games, the party
one, although there is necessar-i I I found the elephant there tearing up and "A Heroine of, the Hilltop"were all day quliting bee at the homeof adjourned for an outdoor weiner
ily an influx of laborers. during the everything in sight. A few calls for : presented. Pledge cards for Mrs. Sam, Saunook Tuesday. The roast. About forty pupils were
harvest season. help brought the neighbors, and the year were presented to be signed ladies are making a double weddinging present. -
police, and soon someone notified and returned at the next meeting quilt which they plan to presentto
SIGNS OF THE TIMES the circus and the trainer came on which will be that of the Queen their pastor, Reverend D. C. Mr and Mrs.' Dyess Roberts of 1
the run and led the beast gently backto Esther Class February first at the Mountford. Immokalee were Sunday dinner /

Shades of the gay nineties! his quarters at the circus ground. home of Mrs. Win. T. Hull.: guests of Mr. and Mrs.. A. L.

No, this is not another Mae West Just think, had that happened in Refreshments of sandwiches, waf- RAIN-NO GAMES Taylor

dissertation. Though Mae West's Clewiston, it might' have been your ers, cocoa and tea closed an enjoy MORE LA BELLLE NEWS
shade is granted to be a facinating ,front porch. able afternoon. LaBelle High's two games with ON PAGE SEVEN
thing. I
This is a bicycle dissertation. Bi- Did you see that imposing array of
cycles have come back into their tank cars of molasses that pulled out -. no .
Y ,,
.own, and without that distant sidecar of Clewiston Friday morning?' 63 ... :.z'.s': Y ._,
in which a fellow used to have cars holding :upwards of 10,000 gal- ; :z: :=: :;:

to ,haul his best girl, when he hada lons each; and that makes a lot.of. :!: An Attractive Clewiston Home *

chance to haul her Bicycles; are molasses. We tried to calculate how ... .z. 0 .. .oo
built tandem now, with tandem ped- many flapjacks could be consumed =
.als to give the ,lady an opportunity with that much molasses, or how U .. Helped Build n
3 to exercise equal rights as well asher much gingerbread it would make, vY
own muscles. but our arithmetic was too meager, I vy. Yy Yy
Though bicycles will probablynever and ,the figures mounted too high. f f
get credit for it, no one invention Wo might have calculated how lar'e .;. :::' :z: :z:
did more to quicken the pace It would make Lake OkeechobeeIf

'.. of the world and eliminate distance the molasses had been dumped in- : -
t than the lowly bicycle. It built Lo it, but we decfded molasses would- !; Gl'1Y t.' -

muscle, wind and happiness. It I n't make a very nice lake, so we 111iI!
tried to build, roads, too, but it was didn't do that either. What would II
too frail a structure 'for that- task prove most interesting would be, to
; Devotees of the bicycle, years calculate how much alcohol could
ago, besieged legislatures and con- '(and pro.bably will) be manufac-
press to levy a tax to build roads tured from the 700,000 gallons of :l. .z'Y .z' A..

suitable for faster travel. Their 'mdlasses, and just how much liquorof z Y.. yh
picas met deaf ears, but years later one sort or another could (and Xf tX
the motor brigade made itself heard probably will) be made from it, and 'y. yf p.
and the resulting good roads has what percentage of it could (and y: yA
led to a revival of the bicycle fad. probably will) be consumed locally. y yA
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Seriously, the repeal of the 18th y yh
HIGHWAY SAFETY amendment helped the molasses market ..1.:' .. ..
a great deal. The demand has .:. ':' .. ...
Despite the Safety Campaign re- been oo;. :z: ..
greater and the price better ;
rently inaugurated! in Florida by since the Volstead act was made a ...'. ..:... .. '.!.. ,I

Governor Sholtz to reduce the num- thing of history. The only conclusion ..t.:. .:.. :'. .... .c',

ber of 'highway'aceidents and pro- we can draw is that the molas- s .s. .;. .
tect the lives of Fits citizens :: .. .. z '' I
the ses will _be need eventually to manu- : ; ;; :!:
alarming number of trafffic accidents facture alcoholic beverages. So thereIs tX yy

which result fatally continues. every chance ,that some of the +
to mount. I blackstrap that is rolling to Jacksonville y! f x -
Saturday.night this fact was driven daily in tank cars, will some .z. .. AA s ..
home to this community by the I day return in bottles. y y YA
death of Paul D. Gibbs, a resident I :* ..;. :i: :: ..

of Corkscrew, a little community in j Frank ,Willits and Murray Gay of ..s.:-. '.s':.. I .!. ..I;.. I,
Lee County, who was enroute home South Bay have been picking beans .:. 'i'.s." '.' .. I
after delivering a truck load of from their "Clewiston City ero!)" _. Y .s. '
.beans to a buyer in Belle Glade. ( this week. They have a tract which I : y Y YA

"_ .. those i To brought the grief-stiicken into contact family with and the 1!j,!! extends Hanson from house' Francisco, which street was to leased the I n We Can Help You To Own A Home'j'Yh'

situation, it is more. than "just an- :,: from the Clewiston company and I
other highway accident." In a few planted late in November Daikios !

:- moments time a mother and four have been swarming over the f!""1 I ,t.
., children were bereft of the : Clewiston Home Building Association
r .. love, a couple of days this past week! i II
comfort and support of their husband ) have filled many a hamper with .
and father, and another motorist I eans. The field is 'in cr.el.tmt: i.

, faces the remainder. of his life'. 'jl I[ condition and beans have'ben:' :. ic' *'': --- .

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The lesson today is based on The next morning Jesus selected Augustine first called it the Sermonon it at other times. Every sermon
his twelve disciples, and then delivered worth preaching once is worth
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]Lesson =! the Sermon on the Mount to preaching often and in many forms.
:: of the lesson was A. D. the Magna Charta of the
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being about 60 feet high and of the Christ in other of discourses delivered on
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RESOLUTION OF THANKS Hall in Clewiston, Florida, for furn- It is further ordered that this TO ALL BONDHOLDERS AND' ance tax without requiring paymentof
ishing to the City complete fire fight- order be published once a week for OTHER CREDITORS OF CLEWIS- the other at the same 'time B.
ing apparatus including, fire truck consecutive weeks in the Clew.iston You are further notified that this
Whereas, The American Legion, i with minimum pumping capacity of News, a newspaper published in said TON DRAINAGE DISTRICT: petition will be presented to the

according to custom did on Decem- 300 gallons per minute and acces- County and State. You are hereby notified that a Judge of said court at his office In

ber 23, 1933, sponsor and actively i sories; 1000 feet standard 2% inch WILLIAM T. HULL, petition has been filed in the above the Court House in Fort Myers, Lee
have charge of a Community Christ- fire hose with couplings attached; Clerk Circuit Court. entitled cause by the Receivers heretofore County, Florida, on Monday the mh
mas Tree and whereas, the funds suction hose complete; leader lines; (SEAL) By Inez ,Magill, D.C. II appointed for Clewiston Drain- day of February A. D. 1934 .at Nine
necessary to purchase toys, candy, shut off nozzles; Siamese; 30 foot LOUIS O. GRAVELY, age District, praying instruction of o'clock A .M. or as soon thereafter .
nuts fruits decorations and so forth extension ladder; 12 foot roof ladder SOLICITOR FOR PETITIONERS. the Court relative the manner of as they may be heard or at such ;.*

were raised in the Community by The right is. reserved to'reject No. 3C. Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26. I I the payment of all taxes, and assess- other time or'place'as the CO\lf1.J mgy
any or all bids. and that if yon"fciz
popular subscription, and whereas, ments or installments of taxes or then designate
BY ORDER OF THE CITY COM- I I assessments levied and assessed by any objections to the entering fan
solicited subscribed
every person MISSION. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I said District for the year 1932 and order in accordance with.said
with a very generous amount, there- M. W. BIGG, TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I i i i subsequent years and that said petition that you may be present
by making the undertaking a com- City Clerk. OF" FLORIDA, IN AND FOB 'I,. Receivers In said petition pursuant '.it said time and place and present
plete success- HENDRY COUNTY to Chapter 16256 Laws of Florida, .
F. D. DUFF I the same to the Court. T. t
Now Therefore, be it resolved that \\IN CHAXC1 RY. Acts of 1933 request authority of
Mayor. of January,
this Post expressionof THE CLEWISTON COMPANY the above Court to accept bonds, Dated this day
publicly give
No. 5C. January 5' 12, 19, 26. matured interest other A. D. 1934. -.4. v
its Thanks to the donors of the ET AL, coupons or
Plaintiffsvs obligations of said District at par, I JAMES E. BEARDSLHY,.
Christmas tree fund. ,
In lieu of' money, in the payment of M. COUSEv
Resolution unanimously adoptedat
all such taxes and assessments or
regular January; meeting and or- CLEWISTON DRAINAGE DISTRICT, installments of taxes or assessments, Co-Receivers of District Disioji. Island -
dered published in the Clewiston and requesting authority to accept
News. the undersigned Special Master in Defendants. either the installment tax or mainten No. 6C. Jan. 12, 19, 26, \'eb"18.'i" .
Chancery, by virtue of the final decree
of foreclosure entered in that
LA BELLE ROYAL NEIGHBORS certain cause pending in the Circuit ':'.:":":":":":.':":":":":,:,.:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:..:..:..:..:..........................................................................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:;.:-:..:.-:..:..:..: ..:..:":"i'f
Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circui ::. :?:
of Florida, for Hendry County, ir- .+. .
Chancery being Case No. 635, wherein
LaBelle Camp of the Royal W. G. Troxler, as successor trustee '

Neighbors attended the District is plaintiff, and Sugarlam j

'meeting in Fort of the Myers National Friday,organization January- Development rendants, will Company, on Monday, et,al February, arc do' il OLDSHOESMADE NEW I : I

26. 5. 1934, between the hours'of; eleven
o'clock, A. M., and two o'clock, P. M.: .
Representatives from every campin at the front door of the County Court- y V

this district, which covers the house in LaBelle, Florida, offer for
west coast of Florida' from Orlando sale and sell at public outcry, to the .f. :" .;.
bidder for cash the '' .
best and highest ,
south with the exception of Tampa, : .i"i
were present to enjoy the all day following described real property in, :i: '. .. ; :;:
Hendry County, Florida, to-wit: '
session. .; 'rr .. .. ;'"'
Section in township .iJ'-H' r.:. ;
AU of one (1)) . .
Beginning at two o'clock in the afternoon : :"f'.f". ,
44 south 33 east. '
range / T.:!
the meeting featured a :i: : ; : :;:
All of Sections three (3)) .
program -instruction for its mem- (4), five (5) and six ((6)), except .:. .. ;

bers. At six o'clock a sea food ban- right of way granted by South Flor- :: See Us f 0 r... :3:: -
quet was served at the Gondola Inn ida Farms Company to the A. C. L :f:
and in the evening the Neighbors Railroad Company_ by deed dated

opened their meeting to the public. January:; 3, 1917, recorded in Book

Initiations, drills by various groupsof 49, page 207, of the Public Record WORK
which LaBelle was one, and ad- of Lee County, Florida, through sections :_: GUARANTEED =:
10, 15, 22, 27 and 34, of Town- y V
dresses by visiting officers were -
ship 43 South, Range 33 East, and
at the evening meeting. 'hrough section 3 of Township 44 i> : ; BEST MATERIALS

._. Two national officers were pres- south, Range 34, east, all in township : '
ent, Supreme Recorder Miss Erna 44 south, range 34 east._ i
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Barthel of Rockford, 111., and Supreme The West half (Wand 'Southst "
Manager Mrs. Frances Torkel- quarter (SE y ) of Section 13, f < .. ;l RRGHTPRICES ""

son of Lincoln, Nebraska. Miss xud all of sections 24, 25 and 36, all .

Barthel was presented with a bou- 'H Township 43 South, Range 33 i i; : ; J
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quet of flowers, made from tarpon East. .i.?; ." ..'.. .4 .,, -, .
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scales as a reminder of her sojournin The Southwest quarter (SWU ) ., .;.> AI. .' \
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Florida. ind all of the North half (N% ) of ;k. -,-

o Section 7, situated, lying and being "' 'rDilvisoll S. ".
south of the Nine Mile Canal, and f "V
Four'Truck' Farms Produce I I the West half (W& ) of Section 8, V vIL

0 except 80 foot right of way as laid
Eggplants Melons
out and now occupied by Moore
Haven and Clewiston Railroad 'Company -
With the shipment of the tenth across said Sections 7' and 8; Shoe H.ospital.1-.1 I

carload of eggplants from the Goober all of Sections 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, ;
Turkey Farms last week, the 22, 27, 28, 29, -30, 31, 32, 33 and

west end of Hendry county has proven 34, all in Township 43 South, Range _

its right to be listed as an important 34 East; ----.:. -..::........ --..._- .. "z'
truck EXCEPT land release l-f,ur the -- ::
raising center.E. :!: ,, ,'
B. Carson of the Turkey Farnis Men of said ujoj age"as is* moreparticuI.rJ. P 0 Arcade 1 .. -
; *' shown in Mortgage .f. ; ..;
seems satisfied with his, ."ir2r ,,Jrrcir Satisfaction Book 1, pages 280 and .!. >; '

has been carried offpr/'a large scale.A 195, Public Records of Hendry ; ,

year or so a&.9-: tfie farm was taken County, Florida, : ? -

over by M Carson and convertedinto 'to satisfy said decree and all costs. :, : "LA BELLE FLA ; ii ii1 <-: I

a,/-{urkey ranch, Several hun- : .' .' ..
ALLEN CLEMENTS, ... -'_''.. ;: '. "-"r.- ,
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fect Great Bronze Turkey chicks .. : >f' "s'
Special Master in Chancery.
were. brought in and raised to mar- t; "
.. ket size. At the 'same time work- : :;
,, men were busy installing tiling in Miami First National, Florida,Bank BIdg. :_:: :'.:.,>. :". .:;" .:. Prop.. :, .- : ., ,
the 45 acre field west of the living Solicitors for Plaintiff.No. ;
quarters. Last fall this field was I
set out in eggplants which, aided by 4C. Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26; Feb.. 2. ; ,

the underground irrigation system, :t.1:N:H N:N:1.:N N N N:N:N,:.i M:N:1 N..:N:H N N::N:N:N.:N11.:N:N..:..:N:N:1.:N:N H.:N:N:N N:N:N N N:H N:N:N:N N:N N N:N:.:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:12;.

have reached maturity and are pro- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, r--
ducing fruit as fast as the modern TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF

packing house across the. road can FLORIDA, IN AND FOR '

Down the road a couple of miles HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA l :: $'OWCA'

is the old Government experiment I by F. L. DUNAWAY, Dave G. a U ",

station, now operated as a 'private I Alston, Ray C. Hull, B. F.,, Ma-
r concern by H. L. Moreland. This gill, and Alto Hires, County

year, as in the past, Mr. Moreland : Commissioners of Hendry County 'I :',

plans to raise six acres of cante- I Florida, for the use and .
loupes. and four acres of watermelons. ,\benefit of Hendry County, Flor- .j ';

The latter have been planted'and ida, for State Road Purposes. M. : : .
are now above ground. Mr.

Moreland says that he expects a good /
crop although it is a little early to 'GEO. R. GEARRY as adminis- I .
be sure of freedom ffrom frost.A trator of the estate of L. Trip- r 11a'lll ,.
lett deceased, J. I. TRIPLETT, r IIr
little.ways east of the 'Moreland H. H. KERR, and MARY, E.
farm Is a fresh clearing Paul An-, STRAYER,

derson an Ohio farmer and recently Defendants.TO 4

from California, has come in and in THE ABOVE NAMED DE- We'll
your windshield.By keeping We'll check radiator
and fill ,
the last three months has clearedten FENDANTS AND TO ALL WHOMIT Y D clean windshield YOU'U avoid the Y it. Keep your your radiator full at all ;
acres of his 25 and erected "his MAY CONCERN:' I?tilgcrskof Ilanndri IVUlg lightet! a lot night safer.. times overheating.and avoid the dangers of

house. Mr. Anderson plans to raise It appearing by affidavit appendedto

For dhook lima beans, squash, Cali- the petition in the above entitled

fornia black-eyed beans and sweet cause that the defendants George R. .
Gearry, Administrator, J. I. Triplett,
corn.P. H. H. Kerr and Mary E. Strayer
T. Snyder, inventor and also 1
therein named are non-residents of a
ex-California grower is located on the State of Florida, and that the
the next farm. Mr. Snyder has considerable residence and post address: of the I
of his ground cleared and defendants Geo. R. Gearry, Adminis-
has raised a good crop of tomatoes. trator, J. I. riplett and H. H. Ken-

Although the season has just begun, is Mt. Jackson, Virginia, and that
Mr. Snyder has shipped 100 crates of the residence and post office addressof

tpmatoes from his fourteen acre the defendant Mary E. Strayer, is
Theological Seminary, Alexandria,
patch and anticipates a good
Virginia, that there is no person in
In addition to his truck
farming, F'J
the State of Florida the service of
Mr. Snyder plans to raise the California -
process upon whom would bind .
Longberry, an improved verA either of the aforesaid defendantsand I better and last lon ;cr.

'- sion of the Young Berry and that they are each over the' age I .

hornless. of twenty one years; it i
, '.',,.' ordered that said non resident defendants DRIVE MORE MILEAGE' l
: bo and they are hereby, required -
r E. NOTICE 'to appear to the petition fed I 1 ,
, in said cause on or before the r>''i DISTRIBUTOR ;

Sealed bids' will be received until day of January AD, 1934n: "'c.rW".t": ; 'W
. 8 o'clock P. M.: February 5, 1934, tho allegations of said pet Ion will;;- That Good f THAT GOOD'GULF'GASNOW
. the'City Commission of the be taken confessed and -:., Gulf Gasoline' : ]
,t.. by City as by each! ; :., fi LUBRICATED
of Clewiston, Florida, at the ...City every of said defendants. ., J

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Mrs. L. N. Giles left Sunday for a lovely shower of gifts. The guests schools from that source. Reynold's brother Dr. Seybold, left

Savannah, where her father was very included Mrs. C. F. Trainor, Mrs. H. The meeting Friday was well attended for their home in St. Louis today.

H" L Personal Mention I ill for a time. Messages from Mrs. C. Kolstad, Mrs.. M. P. Petersen, about 60 members and visitors They spent the greater part of the

Giles since her arrival state that his Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, being present. The programwas past week in Miami.

condition has improved. Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. C. E. Miner, presented by the pupils from

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Larsen were visitors Mrs. G. M. Poole, Mrs. H. R. Hall, the second grade, under the super- Houston Stewart Is home from

-,:, s in Miami Wednesday Dr. Charles' Crooks LecturesTo Mrs. B. M. Thomas, Mrs. W. C. vision of Mrs. Prewltt. A play, Gainesville for a short vacation.
,': .r Audience at Church Piewitt, Mrs. G. Royal, Mrs. C. E. Aunt Doleful's Ailments, was given

'- Nail, Mrs. L M. Pafford, Mrs. C. W. by several of the little puplis, and Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Carlson are
business ,
of Miami was a -
Phillip Gray Dr. Charles Crooks lectured last MacDonald, Mrs. G. M. McFadden, Lawrence Guthrie delighted the audience attending a meeting of the Methodist

".1f! '', visitor here_ this week. evening at the Community Churchto Mrs. D. G. Alston, Miss Mae Drew with a vocal solo. Missionary Conference in Bradenton.

(_'mac 0.--- a nice sized group of people, who and Miss Elizabeth West. Mrs. H. 'R. Hall, new president,
{, ;" jf B. Parker of Fort Myers was a enjoyed his illustrated talk on Siam presided? over the session.
":::' : Business visitor here Wednesday. Clyde Maddox is working on a
:, Rev. Furgess was responsible for ED BUTLER TO TAMPA AS
,:,, dredge at Moore Haven.
, i- bringing this noted lecturer to WITNESS IN A. C. L. CASE Orange Gelatin

-spend-tr.:: ;; Clewiston and his efforts were repaid You will need 3 cupfuls strained

ing a few days by the splendid address made Ed Butler left Sunday for Tampa, orange juice, the juice of 1 lemon, Samp Brow and Clyde Maddox

available to the people of his con- where he was summoned;. witnessin strained, tablespoonfuls ls gelatin, 1 I spent Tuesday and Wednesday in

: Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart were, gregation. federal court in the" case of J. D. cupful sugar, 1 ,cupful boiling water, Immokalee.
. .. :., visitors, in West Palm Beach Friday. Lynn versus the A. C.: L. railway 1-2 cupful cold water, and salt.
+, : Young Peoples Group Organize company. Soften the gelatin in the cold water
McDuffie were The case arose out of the accident for 5 minutes, add the boiling water, Watches Clocks, Jewelry
{ K Mr. and Mrs. H.
:' in Belle Glade Tuesday The young people met at the Com- which occurred here last spring sugar, and a few' grains of salt, and Jewelry Repairing
i,Ji?i i> visitors munnity Church to perfect an organization ,when Mrs. Lynn and Miss Flora stir until dissolved. Mix with the W. H. MERRITT
: '
:t !? ::. evening. Sunday evening and elect Shanks were killed as the Austin strained orange and lemon juice,
.rt : :. C. A. Wurtel of Miami transacted ed Bob Mitchell, president; Betty which they were driving was struck pour Into a wet mold,and put, into a
Clewiston the first of Spicer, .vice-president, and Evelyn by an A. C. L. train on the grade cold place until firm>Turn 'out and Rear or
:fd{. business in Hare secretary-treasurer. 'The crossing just east of town. serve with soft custard or whipped Clewiston Drug. Company

; X. the week. young people plan to attend a lecture Mr. Lynn Is sueing the railroad for cream. CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.

'!.{1 -' in Rest Palm Beach this Sunday $25,000 damages. He is represented O.' Box 521
:!...:. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nall and K. S. :
evening, and all wishing to attend by former governor, Doyle. E.
for "We Are Here
Tampa To
> McMullen left Wednesday LA BELLE NEWS Stay"J
are requested to get in touch Carlton.
; for a few days stay.
- :i.l wit hone of the officers. Other witnesses from Clewistonwho

;I::;I Mr. and Mrs. M.: D. Bledsoe and Pioneer Officers are expected. to testify In the (Continued from page 4) M 1GOJU8.ECounselor .
:' children motored to West Palm The Pioneers, junior group of the same case, and who left this week Mrs. E. E. Edwards attended the

\; 7'-'. Beach Wednesday afternoon. Church, elected officers Sunday for Tampa, include Mrs.:N. C. Smith, meeting of the Gulf Coast Hotel

::"':.;tr, :-.- I evening. Conrad _Clarke is president. Mrs. Arch Hodges, C. E. Miller, K. Association "in Fort Myers Thursday. and Attorney' at Law

;" ; -- i The group meets each Sunday at S. McMullen and C. E. Nail.WELLS .' '
{ Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Crouch and The meeting was held for the pur- Hopkins Building
6 ::30 at the church. James Hall of Arthur Roberts of
7tt ; Mr. and Mrs. G. B. McDuffie were !.. pose allowing
V;:', visitors in Pahokee Sunday. will lead the program Sunday AND ROYAL Washington, D. C., to explain the Wednesdays and Saturdays
C:,> evening. r OPEN 'NEW GROCERYA Hotel NRA code to the hotel keepers' 9:30 to 400;

Mr. and Mrs. Carr Settle and Mrs. No Evening Service of ,this section. J. B. Cavanaugh, !

C. H. Settle of Moore Haven were There will be no evening serviceat new grocery, operated by Wells President of .the Florida Hotel As- ................................................................................
friends here Sunday. the Community Church Sunday, sociation and J. B. Sullivan, State '
guests of and Royal, will open tomorrow in f'
the regular service having been discontinued Hotel Commissioner, were also WANTEDNICELY
the Hopkins Building, directly .:. :
1 Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer and her for that date. Instead a across the street from the post of- speakers at the meeting.Mrs. 121 : DRESSED WILD :+.
preaching service will be held in ,
guest, Mrs. Daisy Methvin, are fcie. The grocery is the seventhin ;% RABBITS ;%
the morning at 10:45, immediately y
spending a few days in Miami. the Wells and Royal chain which Net Wilkison has been visit- 2
:: following the Sunday School. V. L. PHILLIPS :
,.,.,;-,.", ,. operates in the Lake communities.The ing her daughter, Mrs. Jesse Lewisof i +_
.' '7\< Sam Heath of Fort Meade arrived BIRTHDAY PARTY grocery opens ina; store room Immokalee for the past week. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..;.
a':." in Clewiston Sunday to accept completely renovated for the new

'::?:' employment in Alston's Drug Store. occupants, and in a convenient location -! D. Clark, fireman of the Dredge
: Armeda Howell celebrated her '
<" being adjacent to the Western Welatka, and Emory and Chesley :.*:*VWWV*:**:*W*:*W*:*W*:**:1.
... .,:.;:: L. L. Lloyd left Sunday for Sanford 10th birthday Sunday with a partyat Union, the Post office; and other Curry who are employed, on the same y
":::'\ r, where he will spend a week, the Arabian Grill. The guests business establishments.The boat visited friends and relatives in .y.
: included Martha Nell. Alston, Dorothy ,New and Used $
'' Clewiston this weekend + ;
,;f returning to Wells and Royal LaBelle over the week-end.,
: stores are ''
Hare, Mildred Ward, Gloria :
> McDuffie and Rene Wetherington. already well known through this I
I ...... Refreshments of ice cream and''' section, though they were begun' Harry Hudgins visited his parentsni _:;: FURNITURE :;:
! Mr. and Mrs: Tillis of Lakeland, Immokalee Sunday. y f
only two years ago. Arthur Wells,
: ". moved to Clewiston to reside. cake were served. y ..
hvae Bean farmer G. L. -
c City and Royal, y
Mr. Tillis is employed by the A. C. Miss Buena Mae Carson spent the
OYSTER SUPPER TO BE GIVEN who started the original store at is BELLE GLADE i:
.. L. Railroad. Bean week-end with her mother in Immok-
City two years ago with a $300 .. .'.
'- The Ladies Aid Society is stock of merchandise have increased alee. .
sponsoring COMPANY !
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner are FURNITURE ::
their activities until
moving' into their attractive new an Oyster and Pie Supper they operate Lewis Bailey writes that he is hav-
which will be given at the school beside seven groceries, a modern Shriner Institutein :.2.: Glade Florida
, home next door to the G. B. Rack- ing a great time at ; Belle ::
residence. building, Saturday, February 3rd, garage and filling station at South Curryville, Texas, but that "those I ::
; straw from 5 to 8 o'clock, the proceedsto Bay and a lumber yard at Lake Texas Blue Northers are the cold- ;" Next, Door To Theatre ::.:

r* Miss Sue Maxwell, 'who is teach- be used to pay debts incurredin Harbor.Mr. est thing on earth." I':;' ........................:.: '
"""" :": : : : . .
ing this year at South Bay, spent furnishing the parsonage. Tickets .- Royal is devoting his entire :":":":":":":":": : : : :

the week-end here as the guest of are on sale for 50 cents.WIERDEAM time to the retail business and will Mrs. Rose .Murray is staying in I' / ',)

Mrs. M., E. Yenawine. supervise the establishment ,here. Umatilla with is her sister Mrs. Mose .....................................................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....
Burhans who quite ill. :
T ,
Mrs. H. J..B. Scharnberg, Mrs. .' Three parties of hunters and two
.:;.) Wier Jr. of Wichita Kan-
Byron ,
:' F. A. Paris, Mrs. N. L. Hemenwayand tourists made up the guest list at
V" sas, and Miss Kathryn Deam, of Results in the quarter final
visitorsin Good FarmLand
Mrs. J. P. Percy were the Everett Hotel last week. The .
Clewiston, were married. Thursday matches of the New Year Handicap
Palm Beach Tuesday.Mrs. hunters were from Tampa and Palm I
January 18th in Wichita. The wedding Tournament are as follows: I I
Beach and the tourists were from
at the Wichita J. J. Harrington and W. C. Owen '
was solemnized
J. F.
A. A. Munroe, Mrs. New York City and Sarasota.A N'
Tippey, Mrs. Ida Burnham, Mrs. F. home of Mrs. William Dedrick, ended half of their match in a tie.

: R. Maxwell and Mrs. C. F. Good- aunt of the bride. Tom Shelley defeated Emmett 12 pound cabbage was raised by

man were shopping in Miami Tues- Dr. and Mrs. Weir have established Shelley, 3 to 1. r: T.' A. Markette of North LaBelle and H I for Rent
their home in Wichita where Pete Wilson defeated F.' I. Hill, 4. is on display at Beckemeyer's Gro-
: the young physician is engaged in and 3.. r., cery.

Hk Land defeated C.; F. Goodman -
M. G. Langford spent the week- practice.Dr. ,
+ end in Gainesville with Mrs. Lang- Weir is a former schoolmateof 4 and 3. Mr. and Mrs. C. C .House left for

ford and their infant son. Prof. the bride and the marriage is Sparrow to Play;in Tampa Tampa Sunday morning. Mrs. House

',:'. Langford states that he expects to the culmination of a romance which Lloyd Sparrow, local pro, evidently visited friends there and, Mr. House

bring Mrs. Langford and the baby began during school days. means business this winter. He drove on to Tallahassee on businessof i

': ___ home this week. They will reside Mrs., Weir' is the attractive is, so he says, getting in shapo to the CWA. i

'. ', with Rev.. and Mrs. W. B. Furgess. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul play in the Gasparilla Open in -'---- I Trespassers ,
.......:' Deam. She has made her home in Tampa, February 23, 24 and 25. Mr. and Mrs. Will Norton of Clew-

,.} Miss Edna Culberth of Pahokee Clewiston since finishing school in Sparrow, playing with C. F. Good iston visited Mrs. Norton's parents, Will Be

';<; has accepted the position of secretary 1930, and has been secretary to Jay man this past week, played the 18 Mr. and Mrs. George Graham

'.;..'.. to the auditor in the office of W. ,Moran in the offices of the holes, par 72, in 69 shots, scoring i 8; Sunday. i I ProsecutedThe

'; the U. S. Sugar Corporation. She is United States: Sugar Corporation.The birdies on the 18 holes. If he keeps
rseiding at' the home of Mr. and Mrs. best wishes of a host of Clew- that up the Gasparilla Open entries Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dougherty,

,- .-, C. W. MacDonald. iston friends are extended to the had better watch out! Frances Dougherty, Mr. and Mrs.
young couple. I -- Robert Moon, Julius Moon, Edna,

Moon, Joyce Reynolds, Miss Sally
Frank Wright, Jack Gurganus, \ T. A. MEETINGC.
Middlebrough and Mrs. Sam Carson 'j
L. Duer and Frank Baker, who are :Mrs. Scharnberg, Entertains )
employed by the E. H. Latham company With Bridge for Visitor E. Miner, school board member enjoyed a barbecue and"swamp cab- i: j

,{ here left this week for a stay from Clewiston, addressed the meet- bage dinner at Clay Pit Sunday.

1 of several days in West Palm Beach. Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg was ing of the Parent-Teachers Association and
< hostess Thursday afternoon at a in the school Misses Ida Forrey, Tevie
They expect to return to ,Clewistonthe building Friday Clewiston
first of the month. bridge party given in honor of Mrs. afternoon and discussed the finan- Davis, Mildred Hill, Nellie Weaver

Daisy Methvin, who visited her cial situation of the Hendry county attended the LaBelle-Fort Myers

H. A. Land left Monday for'Poplar : cousin, Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, schools. basketball game in Fort Myers Mon- Company 1

Bluff, Missouri, where he was here for several days. Mr. Miner stated that the school day night.

called by the critical illness of his High score was won by Mrs. Earl board, although it had passed resolu- ,

father. Mrs. Land and son, Gene, Fontaine, second high by Mrs. Redel- tions cutting the present school termto Mrs. George who have Reynolds' been visiting and daughter Mrs.- .........................................................................................., r., J
Mrs. Clyde Bird Joyce
Miss Marcia Avant and Halson shiemer, low by six months which would resultIn

Avant drove Mr. Land to West Palmto and cut prize by Mrs. W. C. Worth. closing the schools at the end

take the train. Others playing were Mrs. W. C. of February, was very hopeful that --

Owen, Mrs. Mutrux, Mrs. F. A. Paris, money would be provided to lengthen -
Among those from Clewiston attending Mrs. R. Y. Paterson, Mrs. H. A. the term to the normal eight

.'. the movies in Belle Glade Bestor, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. J. P. months. /' II Our Membership In The
:\ Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe God- Percy and Mrs. Methvin. Tea guests One of the avenues, through
; :#f5 frey, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McKenzie, were Mrs. O. F. Schlffli; Mrs Rod- which the schools hope to continueto

.;.:'; Mr. and Mrs. H. F. French, Miss eriguez and Mrs. Sabine., operate, according to Mr. Miner, .

1 :,:..A.Marcia, Avant, Miss Ulla Jacobsen, is that of the race track funds. The TEMPORARY

.. ':. .,", "pli: Loworn, Joe Cato and Hal Mis.: Maxwell Hostess with speaker explained that approximately -
I.; :;;,\ : '1 I I son Avant. I v Party; at W'atanabeondn)' $20,000 would be distributed to..

I -" .'if;';",." :;". each of the various counties of the : FEDERAl DEPOSITORS INSURANCE FUNDIs
.r" LYKES: BROTHERS HERE Mrs. F. R. Maxwell entertained state in the late spring from race i ,,

I : Monday afternoon with five tables of track revenue, and that the board !
, ;+' ;i t' Howell Lykes of Tampa, and his bridge at a party honoring Mrs. J. hoped that the county commissionerswould Additional Evidence 0} Your Security
i ?>: brother, Fred of North At
Lykes, Car- W. Ezelle. the conclusion of see fit to divert at least partof
: I ,.:,:,: olina were visitors in Clewiston and play prizes were awarded to Mrs. J. that amount to the schools so I i

:, i'! ci". vicinity Tuesday. The Lykes broth- W. Ezelle for high score, Mrs. C. W. they could continue through the .

It .,...;r" ers' interests. throughout. Florida are I MacDonald for low score and Mrs.G. regular term. Mr. Miner asked that The First Bank: of Clewiston

'j-. .- extensive and Include thousands of M. McFadden for making the the mothers present the matter in
!" head of cattle, much real estato'be- lucky cut. person to the county commissioners .

\) .... sides their shipping interests. The honoree was presented with and urge that help be given ; the i I .,'

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A VIMTERSEVENING ; piD You ? You 'n' y i III\; \

-.' WERE ,POP WHAT' You -M1distinguished
Got '
A POLITE,REMINDERLittle -V professor of a
POP CORNJ! AND I'LL SHELL noted university was delivering an

-HE R.e 5T ?- \ Hobby was playing at Ron- address, before a"' 'oup'! businessmen.
ny's house, but when the time came for At its conclusion a manufac-
him to go home It started to rain. turer took Issue with him. .
Ronny's mother :at once_.gave Bobbyher '"Science is of no benefit to me,"
own son's raincoat and galoshes. he insisted.
"Oh don't take all this trouble: 1"' "What is your business?" inquired

said Bobby, politely enough. the professor."I .
"No trouble, Bobby." she returned. manufacture suspenders,". was

"I'm sure your own mother would have the. reply. .
done the same for Ron: y." l "And where would your businessbe
"Mother'd do more," replied Bobby ," was the next question. "if the
solemnly. "She'd ask Ronny to stayto law of gravity were suspended?"
lunch." )
That Was That

WOW! "Doc," said the grafter, trying to I
get a little free medical advice "when
(CAW You BEAT THATTHE ?) WELL- IFCAN'T" WE I' lie down my head gets to swim
FELL HAVe THE ming; what ought I do about itVell ?"
FLAMESKNAT '{ CORM V/E CAN/ "\ ," snapped the doctor, "the

INTO\ THE SETTLES> t'JInd !J AT LEAST HAVE first thing, I'd say, would: be to buy

THE tNolslrt It a bathing suit, and maybe a pair i'
of water ,wings." /
I ''>\'l. ;: -
I ,

I I II "Do you-Or know the where Second you are?" de-' .

manded the tourist's wife.

e "No, ," he admitted, "I'm as lost as
the average American is when he

:: I TrL I II starts on anthem the third"- verse Missouri of' the Pacific national -

ll p \ i Magazine. _
"We can't pay you the $25 on this
money, order ,until you are Identified."
J. / "That's tough There's only one ,BRIGHT IDEA

I ( // man in town who can Identify, me andI
owe him twenty."

weetern Newspaper Union .,
Must Be PsychicThe

history teacher noticed that
cent Give Him the Green Light No Sir, Not for Her:! one of his pupils was day-dreaming!
The office boy handed back his tea- "Going to a fire?" asked the traffic Miles-Your wife drives her own out of the classroom window and not

cup, in which two flies swam in... the officer sarcastically to the speeding motorist car, doesn't she following his work on- the black-
weak liquid. Stiles-Oh, yes. board. -
'Fraid of flies?" said the pert young "'W- vell, not exactly:" answered the Miles-Does she pay any attentionto The master rapped angrily on the
waitress, flicking them out with a motorist. "Just trying to preventone. those "Stop, Look and Listen"'signs desk with his ruler command attention -
spoon. ." at the railroad crossings? and when this had no effect
"No, It isn't so much that," said the "Yes, and how were you going to do, 'Stiles-Well. I believe she sometimes he, said sharply:
office boy wearily, "but I' don't believe that" :_ stops and looks, but 'to tell you the "lloa I'd, Jones!"
in mixed bathing." "Well, the boss said that's what he'd ruth, I ,don't think that: anybody or The pupil looked up, startled.

do if I were late again, and I was hur- anything could make her listen. "Oh, yes,. sir-Very !I" he replied.
OCCASIONALLY rying to get to the office I la time.",

LOST APPEAL' Unlucky Number
Relationship They were quarreling, and the wife "Lend me five dollars will you, old -

.f Bachelor-Today I pleased a pretty said to her husband: "You were bright chap." _
her and sweet enough when we were engaged "Haven't got It. But I'll tell you h,7
woman by telling that a certain .
red-faced, snub-nosed, bald-headed mortal you old bear! I'd just like to what I'll do, I'll lend you, the five I .T1...:

looked like her. know' how many girls you made, love lent Brown over a year ago if you
: "
can collect it.
to..before' met m .
Friend-No ..
Bachelor-Yes! The red-faced, ."Twelve," the man groaned, "but I -
snub-nosed, bald-headed mortal hap- didn't count them until it was too Last Resort

pened to be her baby. late." "Where !Is the cashier?"
"Gone' to the races." ,
Gaston, the Smelling Salts "Gone tc the races in business
Providing for MussoliniMrs.
'-- --- At the Chicago exposition two girls hours?"
Newrlch (looking over house
"Do you ever flatter your husband?" stopped In front of a counter on which "Yes, sir, it is his last chance of "
plans). What do these stripes mean? ____ I
"Yes. I sometimes ask his advice was a tray of toothpaste samples. making the, books balance.-Zurich \
Z Architect An Italiahstaircase
about t ings." "1 can't live without you." "Better "How much are these?" inquired Nebelspalter. -
move on, I'm not In the health insur- on;.
Mrs Newrich-Just a waste of mon-
Chip Off the Old Block ance business."' "These are gratis," replied the clerk. Good Reasons -
ey. ,We probably won't have any Ital-
The teacher wus Laving her trials "Yes, I know that," said the girl, "I hate warm weather."
coming to see us, ever.
and finally wrote the mother: "Yourson Well Described"I "but how much are they?" "Humidity trouble you?" .: ,

is the brightest boy in, my class, met your husband for the first, "I sell furs.."-Louisville Courier-
but he Is also the most mischievous.What NOT SO GOOD time at the new village ,concert," said Asking Too Much Journal.
shall I do?" Mrs. Betts to her new neighbor. "He Willers (looking at gardener's photo)

The reply came duly: "Do as you struck me as being a man of rare I say, Sandy, when you had these photographs The Winner '
please. I am having my own troubles gifts." taken why didn't you smile? ,"I have worked for my present em-
with his father." Mrs. Potts sniffed. "He certainlyIs Sandy-An' those pictures costin' mea ployer for twenty years." ,

!" she replied. "I've had only three dollar a dozen! Smile nothin'. "I can beat that. I celebrate my

Discovered presents -from him .since we were mar- silver wedding tomorrow!I"
"T'." A second grade class was dramatlz- i; Y JQ 0J ried." Chip Off the Old Block
: ing the landing of the Pilgrims at Ply- Wife-Jimmy gets more like you every Licensed Broadcaster

\ mouth Rock. Little Bobbie was Intensely His Tip i day. Crooner-Is your wife fond of
] interested, and stood at the Husband-What has the little rascal
Bill-Believe me, she Is worth her listening In?
:, side of the make-believe boat, peering done now?
I p weight in gold! His Nibs-She much more enjoys
anxiously through imaginary mist Joe-And you want my advice. speaking out. d'
Finally he called out lustily. "Ahoy "I don't think we'll ever be ,mighty Bill-I do.JoeWell. SOFT-PEDAL

h; Ship ahoy! I see Plymouth no k.- oaks" if you can get out de
; "
Indianapolis News. "Why? without too heavy operating
gold -
"That squirrel sees us." AFTERjtYEAR
penses, go to it!
t', Believe Anything

t. Biffem-What I can't understand Is Obscure Phrase Brave Fellow
how all these court trials end with ac- what's the trouble
She (nestling closer-Aren't you
6 'quittals." Didn't you just get a nice letter from afraid that we shall be attacked In the :
t. f "Skiffem-Nothing about '
surprising I Jim? dark? [ f1
T It. People who believe politicians and 1 letter, but In A
-. Mayme-Yes, got a He-Not a bit. I won the half-mile y r' s
' bond salesmen naturally believe thedefendant's It he says I am his only treasure. Now, sprinting championship. when I w.nsat, .
;' witnesses. does that mean he still loves me or Is college.; .

he trying to'tell me he's bankrupt? ,

-''-.... Putting It Gently Now It's Losing
Bal'ker7'Xo, sir; I don't think I'll
Fluent, but Maude-Is that a popular song the
ever visit the old town again. '
r; Old Town Chum Acv, come on! We ,I understand Smith is claiming he crooner''Is singing? "Does ;you wife believe all you tell
learned to speak Spanish fluently in M armaduke-It used to be before he her?"
have, a new chief of police now.-Kansas
three. weeks. started singing it.FOOLED. "Yes; you see I am mighty careful
City Star.
F.: Jacksbn-I can't understand It. what I tell her."

:. )L; \ Johnson No, and neither would the AGAIN
Go Spaniards. J'Oo.I Why the Delay?
1[> i XFFR r. Grace-Have you heard about Nell's
So Much Gained eloping with her father's handsome

Marie-How many yards of ribbon French chauffeur

did you get at the bargain sale yes Edith-Heavens, no!
M' + terday Grace-Nor I! I wonder what's

College Girl-I bucked the line for keeping her .

,""'!. ten yards.-Kansas City Star. gY
r': ,. Plea for the Higher Life 0.24 0 1F

"'-, Taking No Chance V "Why keep worrying about the children THE STANDARD

"Sue believes everything_ Tom tells Friend (to lady grooming dogDoesn't .- ?" -
- her." your maid do that "Does Henpeck fight with his wife?" "I can't help It?" -

"Yes, but 1 understand he doesn'ttell Lady-She's bathing the children. I "No; he says he wears her down bya "But, my dear, you are: hurting your QUALITY
her very much." Besides, she's' very unreliable. policy of retreating." bridge gamy"

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t. THEFT OF "PEACOCK Autoist Injured by t INFLUENCES THREE LANDS OF IN According MISSING to STATUES Der Morgen FOUND, writesa

Hurdling Buck Deer Vienna correspondent of the London I
i.: STONE" DELAYS ARCH Ashland, Ore.-A four-point buck DUTCH KINGDOMEnglish Sunday Observer, more than 200 ,
statues and statuettes
by Jean Pierre
/ ,".__. deer was bagged by Lee Wallis,
Jt. '{" -, ".. '" mail carrier, between Klamath French, and German In- Dantan, the French sculptor, have
p ( been found In an Austrian
f castle.
Falls and Ashland, in a manner fluences may be observed In the

',i' Work on War Memorial Is ited in building construction, althoughIt which nearly resulted in the deathof Dutch civilization. The outdoor sIde- They disappeared from Paris but
: is sometimes employed as a decorative how they came to Austria has not
Wallis and the wreck of his walk cafes French
: machine are as are the
t. : Postponed for a Year. I [ feature. Skilled stone cutters yet been discovered. It Is stated
; as 'Wallis sped along the hotels and their terminology. After
". I have made vases and lamp bases from that there are busts of PaganinI, Ver-
Green Springs highway near White all, Holland was an important part of
t Washington.-Theft of a sample labradorite that are,particularly prizedby Star station. the Napoleonic empire, and many of di, Franz Liszt at the piano, Balzac,
fe block of labradorite, the mineral to Victor Hugo, Rossini, Spontinl Bel-
art collectors. ,
The deer, running at full speed, the famous Old Guard' were Dutch:
'j .. be used in the base of the "Rain lini and Rothschild, who is shown
.} "The mineral owes its origin to volcanic came into the road abreast of the The Hollanders themselves seem
; bow Division'1 arch in New York city, sitting on a heap of gold.
action in the Labrador region i i
It but its head and to
car. leaped, prefer England to' all foreign nations -
?:. may delay work on this war memorial millions of Molten rock,
." years ago. front quarters struck the wind- and the fashionables seek to
for .a year, according to the sculptor. between of older rock "
forced layers ,
. : shield, the hind legs smashing follow English ways (as they do In ,
<; This particular sample block was crystalized and formed deposits of ,.
through the window in such a manner the United States). There Is much
. fro needed In matching materials for the
labradorite and other minerals which
.:..;. memorial. that Wallis was seriously cut intermarriage with Germany, espe- Too Much "Party"
later by erosion.
were exposed ,
cially among the aristocracy, and the
. >-, "The finest specimens of labradorite,
,; ;. :. beautifully iridescent member of the ,Holland Jonkheers have somethingin Last NightToo .j

',.,'?t::r'._' feldspar family, come from certain Heroic Air Mail Flyer Honored I common next-door with Prussia.their fellow Junkersof ...-..'4 J

, +'t. ,_ sections of the Labrador coast which Much :
But whereas in Prussia the Junk- Food
t> are ice-bound much of the year," says :, .:,
yrvoy i < : ers have led traditionally with the
:,::.., a bulletin from the National Geographic Late Hours ;
business men in second place, in _
. : society. "This 'peacockstone' ,
: :
Holland the business man has ever Smoky j
".t; : Is found also In Norway and in
been supreme, while the landed Jonk- Atmosphere ;
:"ii-' Siberia, but it was first Identified as
ers have sulked on their'country es- j
'It distinct species rock samples
.".. from. tates. Capitalism originated in these .J
picked up on Paul's island, on the .
: with and trade and
parts, ships
v" north Labrador coast, in 1770, and 1
i' usury, and since the Reformation it ::1
: named for the region of its discovery. ,
has been a respectable middle-class ')
, ; : : Stone Itself Somber Gray. '
'paradise, devoted to the pursuit of
.;: "Although labradorite is noted
':': among mineralogists for its brilliant the almighty guilder. ;; ,
Many child learns French, German -
'p.- sheen and flashing blue, purple, green, ;; and a English in its schooling; YET-7fc Morning No "Acid '_:;i
bronze and red light-rays of exquisite
but the writer finds that German is Headache'
: -No Upset Stomach '
beauty, the mineral itself possesses no .
the most universally understood. The
7 color other than a somber gray The -
off Dutch language, of course, stands directly Scientists say this is the QUICK-
', ', play of many glossy_ hues, given by
' midway between English and EST, SUREST and EASIEST way
: the stone in sunlight is the result of A
: ::. _
' \ ry German. to combat FEELING THE
: optical interference."In EFFECTS of
The middle-class citizens look overindutsencethemost
f-t: other words, the internal powerful acid neutralIzer knownto

"-. .structure of the mineral breaks up American' tortoise-shell glasses and science. Just do this:

c.';', into ',its color' components the' whiter all, and on several occasions your TAKE-2 tablespoonfuls of Phil '

.. light\ which: .penetrat.es 'the glassy sur- a. ; scribe has accosted fellow Americans lips' Milk.of :Magnesia in a glass of
', Some (seemingly) who turned out to be 100 water BEFORE bed. In the morning ,
'j; face. of these light rays are ,
: cent. Dutch The women and take 2 more tablespoonfuls with the
"j} : absorbed. the and do not per
; '" by stone juice of WHOLE ORANGE.That'salll
-'- affect the The reflected 3 girls\ 'a"re, wholesome enough to encourage a
. eye. rest are t, 4l4 dw pn a. I Tomorrow you'll feel great!
r",;,,, '::, as brilliantly colored flashes by thousands Mistress Grundy herself, yet Or take the equivalent amount ofPhillips' .,,"j:
'' withal they have a stolid, self-reliant
'E upon thousands of microscopic Milk of Magnesia tablets. :

';(;;; particles' within the feldspar. ,R t charm. Each tablet is equal to a teaspoonful. .. .

1J.-/ "In the mineralogy wing of the National 'A visit to The Hague's leading of the liquid. .-:

:J".'? .. museum in Washington a large "movie" house reveals American pictures -I Get genuine Phillips' 4
I Milk of Magnesia in the : ,
which talk American Dutch
i" piece of labradorite is so placed in a ,
/ familiar form
liquid or ,::
glass case that its cut and polished translations being briefly printed '
. .. ,,. .'.di./p 'ny/'YSf 1 the new, marvelously {;
;'t' ,. face catches the eyes of visitors as across the bottom of each scene.- convenient tablets. Be PH .

.. : soon as they enter the wing, although Roger 'Shaw In Review of Reviews sure it's 'PHILLIPS'. -I'' w .'

'. the case stands well back toward the and World's Work. the kind doctors endorse. -rb :
: :
President Roosevelt presenting Mal 1 B, Freeburg, airmail pilot of Minnesota -
:' middle of a long hall. This specimenhas award his NOW IN TABLET oc.IYD/0fT0.:: j'-
with the airmail .!flyers' medal of honor. Freeburg won the by De'sire'Ve '
a bluish-green sheen, somewhat Universal OR LIQUID FORM "='u'
I courage and coolheadedness in maneuvering a disabled passenger plane to ;i
like that of the wings of tropical butterflies all work for publicity, for that '
safe)landing. He was flying from Minneapolis to Chicago with eight passengersand MEMBER N.R.A< '

used to decorate'trays and pic a load of mall when one of his. propellers snapped. The motor, an .outboard matter.-Praise. "i

= tures. Step a few feet to the right one, jolted loose and lodged in the landing gear struts. Freeburg. Immedi-
:, ; left of the face of the I IHow
,: or polished -
.r the'other switched "
ately cut the switches on motors, and, after Investigating, ,
:.ry; P.?: stone, however, and becomes. an i thorn on again, heading for the Mississippi river. At an altitude of about 1,800
, ,:-tr; : Inert gray mass resembling a piece of then headed 'for yi
',:; : feet he maneuvered his plane until the motor fell away. He

;< ," granite. Chicago, and made a safe landing despite a twisted wheel. to Stop Cold
.:: Quarry a Dazzling Spot.

..'. i./ ."Blue-green is the commonest coloration .

.. ) ',. given off by the mineral, but Seeks Cure for Cancerin Woman Chimney Sweep
:; many specimens have been found
Quick You
More Efficient Than Men Caught
as .
t i" with a bronze-red hue lovely to behold. Poison of Cobras ',

f.\: '' From others yellow, violet and orange London.-The only woman chimney :.i
':. ; ..' Bombay.-Snake. venom may hold
,6'.,, :;; .. !. tints flash like the flame of a fire opalI "the toxic element being sought In the sweep here is proud of her profession.She <. '. ,:j

,(' %;;.. out of the iridescent crystals. world-wide quest for an efficacious can- is Mrs. Kate Nelson, middle-aged,

.:r, "The chief source of this mineral cer treatment portly, genial and more efficient than 1 2 3

.:.: Is a lonely region along the Labrador M. Robert Hemardinquer, acting for many male competitors. Her husband

' :, coast north of Hamilton inlet. A few the Pasteur institute in Paris is here used to be a chimney sweep, and when
:: _' he became: ill she carried'on the family
years ago an enterprising American arranging for the production of at
) : opened a quarry on the Island of trade.
least 21 pounds of venom 'for use in
: Napoktulagatsuk, near Naln (about
experiments in the treatment of cancer -
&k'.; : midway between the northern tip of Voted 71 Consecutive Times

.' Labrador and Hamilton Inlet), and at-
He Is appealing particularly for Machias, N. Y.-Isaac Potter claims
,),'.':' tempted to place labradorite, on the- cobras and estimates ''he will requirethe the consecutive: ballot casting recordof

' ::.- : market as a semi-precious stone. The venom of at least 5,000 snakes if New York state-and perhaps the

:: ", enterprise apparently was not successful United States. At a recent election,
.. he is to collect the quantity he wantsin
.I ; but the abandoned quarry is a reasonable time.A he cast his seveenty-first consecutive
t' a dazzling spot in the sunlight, with ballot. "
:-4 : the rough faces of the rock throwing snake farm has already been set If throat is sore,crush and
'(if off gorgeously-tinted that flash up at the'Haffkin Institute, where 50 Take 2'' Bayer ,,Aspirin Drink full glass of water. dissolve 3 Bayer Aspirin
rays ( Repeat treatment In 2
Tablets in half glass of
' and snakes have been installed and are un- BEST OF THEM ALL Tablets.
change with '
every new angle of ., hours., water and gargle accord
; vision.. dergoing treatment designed to pro '
:Mf; ing to directions in box.
:'::-fJ?'" "Pieces of labradorite have been set duce the maximum amount of the : ---

;'ft In jewelry, although the stone is difficult deadly poison.

'-;;:;. to work. Its cleavable nature 'Use of' venom for the treatment of Almost Instant Relief in This Way

'.;_y!r and brittleness usually prevent the cancer is still in the experimentalstage

:: 1.: ,(' cutting of well-polished surface. and he would not'" disclose de The simple method pictured above the real BAYER Aspirin Tablets.

r:. ;rry'=, For the same reason its use is lim.L tails. is the way doctors throughout the They dissolve almost instantly. :'4-

.:.t' world now treat colds. And thus work almost instantly

It is recognized as the QUICKEST when you take them. And for a :

i):; -Will Restore Palace of Moor safest, surest way to treat a gargle, Genuine BAYER Aspirin i

cold. For it will check an ordiTablets dissolve so completely, "a j

; $ 'E nary cold almost as fast as you they leave no irritating par-

;\- Italy Undertakes Important The palace will be used for a mu- ( caught it. ticles. Get a box of 12

result the work now un Ask doctor about tablets or bottle of 24 or
: :<:: Project at Ferrara. seum. As a your
dertaken ,will restore the three main this. And when you 1. RA 100 at any

... ... halls on the ground floor to their orig- buy, see that you get drug store.
Ferrara, Italy.-A department of the ,
.. with frescoes
: ; inal magnificence representing .-
government has undertaken the
and the Heart ,
Biblical mythological Doe Hot Harm RMM
restoration of the palace of Ludovicus
scenes. New frescoes will he painted
; the Moor, great warrior of the Fif-
and in the
in the Hall of Honor many
teenth century. rooms on the first floor as well. These
Mussolini regarded the palace as one rooms reveal admirable decorationseven w&a3q OUR BIGDepartment
of the
greatest architectural gems ofall in their present state.

times and personally arranged that The restoration work Is based on ex-
one million lire be appropriated to-
isting historical documents and reproductions -
wards its restoration.The StoreTHE ;
of the existing frescoes so

plans have been prepared andy that It will be as nearly accurate as
since the required funds now are avail possible. w/J

able, specialized artists already have

startea on the restoration of different stores of our town, as a
Smallest Park Claimedby
rooms connected by loggias designed F' whole but the big department store of the
;,: by the Architect Rossetti. Town in California
Collectively they .offer every
The metropolitan center.
palace was bought by the gov- Visalla, Calif.-Visalia

,, ernment 12 years ago to prevent its I world to prove it has challengesthe a smaller trading advantage enjoyed by the people of the

further deterioration due not only to city park than Vlsalia's. large cities. The only difference is that all depart-

': the ravages of time, but to the fact The park at St. John, N. B., measuring .
.. :.. It had been adapted as lodgings for '20 feet by 6, which claimed the ments are not under one roof nor one

f.1 poor people.Iossetti "world's smallest" honors, is much big- variety is here the convenience is here the

, designed the palace Itself ger and cannot honestly claim the title, is here and can have plenty of time
and most of It was built by a stonemason Visaliana contended.The .

., named Castro and by the sculptor town's "Lone Oak" park, situated to investigate your purchases.

Arabrogio da Milano. It, is one of at the west entrance to the city, Besides being ranked as "number

0"-" the best Renaissance buildings at, Fer- Is but 10 by 10 feet, they pointed out one" among the women tennis players -

X 1. rara and, although greatly damaged, The park, containing a huge oak ,. Miss Helen) Jacobs of California [Tafca Advantage of tho Service of Our Local Merchant
its main architectural lines remain intact tree, Is squarely in the middle of the has been picked as America's "out-

main highway. standing woman athlete for 1933.


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CASTLES IN THE GLADES MAN! KILLED ONSTATE for: righteousness' fake, :_' for theirs I I what a lot of difference one little

By Marjorie n. Wallace ROAD 25 is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed word can make if you put it in another -
are :ye, when men shall revile you, '! TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY place.

(Continued from page 1) and persecute you, and shall say all i The ruling was requested by the
Continued from page 1)
( the accident. He also testified that manner of evil against you falsely, I State Pharmaceutical Associationwith

ccntly near Moore Haven, which is he did not see the truck. His own for my sake. Rejoice and be exceed the hope no doubt, that the attendant -

mighty near the record hereabouts. car was loaded with overalls and ing glad: for great is your rewardin publicity might revive ,in

Pleasantries are in order concern- other wearing apparel which he was heaven: for so persecuted they L BY the 'public mind the fact that some

ing Laddie Wallace's new Austin, engaged in peddling, and with some the prophets which were before you. : 'r RUSSELL KAYThe drug stores really do sell drugs between ..
and since orders are orders with, camping equipment which was on Ye have heard that it hath been said meals. ?, ;.__\..

the engineers, said pleasantries have the floor and seat in front of the car. Thou shalt love thy neighbor, and I thought I knew all the rackets <:-

not been lacking. But the supreme Mr. Mehlman sated that he had hate thine enemies. But I say unto Florida Fair and Gasparilla but a guy breezed into the office a

insult was furnished by Pop, who stopped in Belle Glade as he came you, Love your enemies, bless, them Carnival will open in Tampa next moment. ago, well dressed, apparently -

got down on his hands and knees to through that town and discoveredthat that curse you, do good to them that I ,Tuesday, January 30, and for 11 well fed and wearing an ear to

crawl into the Bug for his first ride. his brakes were not working hate you and pray for them that days and nights winter visitors and ear grin. When I started to greet

Any inspector's idea of Hades: on one whe.el, and since then had despitefully use you, and persecute home folks alike will have broughtto him with a "how do you do" he

mountains of reports, with Satan depended upon his emergency brake :you: That ye may be the childrenof their attention the amazing resources crowds a card In my hand which

himself in the head ,office editing entirely. The front end of his car your father which Is in heaven: and opportunities of this read: "I'm a deaf mute-anything

them. was smashed in the accident.A for if ye love them which love ye, great commonwealth.With I you give will be appreciated."

Frank Keith, slightly saturnine coroner's Jury was formed and what reward have ye? do not even "A guy with your qualifications,"
the aid of the CWA funds
inspector on the Congaree is mad he inquest .held immediately after the Publicans the same? Be ye there- I said, "ought to be drivin' a
the old Fair Grounds have been
clean through. A certain young lady the accident. The verdict was fore perfect, even as your Father school bus, or maybe you could geta
transformed into modern Exposi-
from up-state with her duenna was sought in that Mr. Gibbs came to which is in heaven is perfect." a job doublin' for Harpo Marx."
tion. Frame have been
to spend the past week-end in Paho- 'lis death as the "result of a motor That difficult commandment, "Love Now don't get me wrong, I've got
Jcee.: Parties and trips were plannedto vehicle accident which was un- your enemies," etc, becomes' easierto torn down and replaced with beau- as much sympathy for the afflictedas

entertain her, and then she wrote avoidable." The jury was composedof obey when we consider what the tiful new buildings especially designed the next man, but I'm funny

that she was going on a sorority I J. F. Tippy; foreman, G. Hines, ,writers say,-"It is not demanded for exhibition purposes: about givin' away money when I'm

house party instead. Who wouldn't Francis Stokes, Joe Cato, Jack that we should love our enemies witha Horticultural and agricultural exhibits not sure the case is deservin' and
assembled from all sections of I
be peeved? Turner, and Tom Stroud.Mr. natural and spontaneous affection, the need is real. .
the state will provide .a glorious
Suggested new nickname for Bee Gibbs was the son of Mr. and but with the supernatural love that This chap may have been all he

MacFadden? : "Beans" MacFadden.If Mrs.V.. E. Gibbs, who live '18 miles comes by grace." We are further told portrayal that the Floridian may claimed, on the other hand he may

you don't already know why, ask south of LaBelle, on what is knownis that "in love there are:, three elements view with pride, the newcomer with have been a good actor. He offered
her. I wouldn't steal her thunderfor the McEwin place. Besides his : Admiration;' Desire to pos- nothing In the way of credentials.

anything.Mr. widow and parents he is survivedby sess; And the will to benefit. In Florida's magnificent exhibit at Well, what would you do?

Broadfoot has moved from four small children and by five love to one's enemies it is the third the Century of Progress served to And the last guffaw is the one

Clewiston to Belle Glade to take brothers and three sisters. element that is stressed." We may arouse the interest of countless they're tellin' about the two negroes

well remember that "the love-of God thousands, many of whom are visiting who were workin' on a CWA job.
charge of Hurricane structure No. 4.
Inspector Collins has arrived LEVEE COXSTRUCTIOX to his enemies is not. the same as to our state this winter for the One of them said: "Dis CWA am

from the Daytona office to takePop's WILL REACH NEW PEAK his friends, the one being a love of first time. The Florida Fair, the swell, boy". The other replied: "It

compassion and benevolence, the third '/.rgest in the country, will sure am, better than the government,
place inspecting on the Canal
other a love of complacency. He be- serve to further impress these folks 'they didn't do nuthin' but give
job, while Pop goes onto concrete (Continued from page 1) us ,t :
structure No. 12. pleted.All stows benefits upon the wicked, he and create in their hearts a keen desire free flour."

sections which are now underontract delights in the good. "We are. not to make this state their per-
Mrs. Jim McLure, Mrs. Willard manent home.,
will be of the type adoptedis bidden to take admiring delight in. Heredity
Simpson, and Mrs. Fred Flanders standard levee section for this our enemies, but to cherish: no Although held in Tampa, this ex- fhe man who: believes there Is as

were joint hostesses Wednesday tr oroject. .The specifications differ revengeful and malignant feeling, towards position is in no sense a sectional much exercise In cutting the grnss. as

a group of Engineeresses from Paho- lightly from the six mile section them." Enemies must be sin- affair. All localities are represented here Is In playing golf has 'a son ,who

kee. After the ride over the Moore which was built first, the difference cerely prayed for, that evil may not and all Florida benefits. thinks there Is as much exercise In

Haven road, which gets a few more )eing in the degree of ,slope, the befall them, and especially that they' Eyery tourist and winter visitor running to the store us there) ;l Is In

wrinkles from age as time goes on ,'olume of material remaining may repent and be saved' at d 'ath. should be encouraged to attend the chasing an nutftplrl fly.. -St. : Louis _
the visitors did full justice to the prac- l'nst.111cnn .
But this It will ;
we need not
:ically the same. The: standard pray nor wish, for year.
delicious luncheon, which started :.evee section calls for 6 to '1 slope their success in their evil ways. leave sand in their shoes they can Stars of "Dipper" ::
with broiled grapefruit and ,
on shake
Jesus often criticised-his never out. Remember the
in the lake side, a 20 foot width on enemies, but The stars of the "little dipper" are
abundantly; to strawberry shortcake while dying on the cross he dates-January 30 to February 10.
If I op, and a 3 to 1 slope on the land prayedfor nil constantly moving at tremendous
want to know
:you how to broil And
now Attorney General Lan-
side. The old plans consisted of
a velocities and mostly In different directions
grapefruit, here's how-and IS i* dis rules that _
only a drug store
5 to 1 slope on lake side, a 15 foot may
sny astronomer, but SQ vast
good! Prepare the grapefruit, cut in Two and a half inches of rain fell sell drugs. What the restaurant '
width on top and a 4 to 1 slope on is! their distance from us that they
half as for serving in the good old at Lakeport on Friday night last people would like to have him rule
land side. The levee is being builtto have not changed their relative positions
way for breakfast. Put a tablespoonof !week according to the report of A. is that a drug store
can only sell a
an elevation of 34 feet above sea to any ,appreciable extent within
a hunk of butter J. Thielen of that
sugar and a level. community. drugs; all of which goes to show the memory of mnn '
sprinkle of nutmeg on each half.
The construction of hurricane
and pop them into a hot oven in apan

to twelve containing a little water, for ten gates under and contract drainage is expected culverts to be, com-now ""' .t .. ... ,. M a. "'At"N"H.
minutes. A brand new
oletcd also by next spring. Thereare
taste awaits you. The Pahokee con-
tingent consisted of Tish Wardwell. three contractors engaged in this ANOTHER NEW =

'.vork, the E. H. Latham ,
Sally Boyd, Jo Rich, Old Mrs. Wal-
lace the C. Y. Thompson company;}' and
and Young Mrs. Wallace with
he North American Construction WELLS
Sweat and ROYAL
; and between them they;

carried home all the prizes-Mrs, company.
Wardwell first, Jo Wallace second. Completion of the present con- !
racts will provide a continuous
Jo Rich the consolation, whichis
levee from Bacom's Point in Palm
polite for booby.I ft I
Beach county to a point on Fish- ----
tried to get
news item ating Creek in Glades ,county. This

from the Clewiston crowd, but they portion of the levee will be piercedy OPENING SATURDAY JANUARY 27th I
were all so mad because their rentf ,
> 7 drainage culverts and 3 hurri-
had been'raised that they couldn'tdo :ane gates, the fourth hurricaneate ACROSS STREET FROM POST OFFICE '
anything but jibber.
? 'which is now under construc-
:Well, you get the idea. This i* ion is located at Canal Point and At Clewistorv:

an exchange column for you all, tc ,he contracts for levee constructionn

keep track of the folks on the other that division have not been

sections of the work, poke a bit of scheduled. THE ORANGE FRONT STORE

fun, introduce new men and womenas 2 Years Ago, One Store with $300
Stock-Todn3" Seven Stores with ,One-Quarter Million Dollars
they in
come and tell '
any strictly
'JA VE-IX DELAYS Annual Sales. Every Dollar Made Reinvested nl the Everglades.
news, social an<*
unsocial Make it a success. Uncle CULVERT W 0 R K WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS

Sam runs the mails through to Pa -
hokee every day, and I won't tell r (Continued from page 1)) : : OPENING DAY SPECIALS

soul who told on you. See you next an be cleaned out again by Monday

week. Good-by. ')f next week. Pumps had almost SATURDAY JANUARY 27th

disposed of the water by 'Wednesday

if tfternoon and it was thought that F
KIWAXIS DRESS AS LADIES: the hole would be SUGAR 10 pounds ,
r dry again by .. 45c' j

f .:. WIN GAME occurs it is estimated that the sand !

ff 3on company of Greenwood S. Car. MILK 5 tall
,f (Continued from page 1) Some quicksand was encounteredin or small. .27c COCOA, Hershey, 1-2 lb. can 9c

'" in the lead by three runs. excavating for the culvert, sand- MEAL, Juliette, 10 pounds .25c CANDY, Mr. Good Bar, 3 for lOc
wiched between layers of rock
: Four Seep-
more runs for the l
girls and k
.I-: two for the club members, gave the ige has been bad and it is thought : FLOUR, White Fawn, 241bs. 95c APPLE JELLY, 16-ounce jar IDe
latter the that the seepage water from the ;
by the
; one run
\ gin. lake opened a channel through this PRESERVES, 43- ounce jar 29c SALAD DRESSING quart 25c

1 t quicksand and caused the break in ,

the McCracken way as battery and Moore for the went al' the wall. / COFFEE, Break of Morn, lb. 19c APPLE BUTTER, 28-ounces 19c ";\

I; girls Although the work on the Nico-
pitched the
entire game demus Slough culvert is not so far RICE
for the Whole
Kiwanis Club Grain 10
with pounds 45c
Alston and along as the one at the pump sta- ,

f if ly after Shelley receiving, Short. tion, good progress is being made

f r wanis Club the was game badly started, the Ki 'and materials are being received WASHING POWDER, Snow TOMATOES, No. 2, 3 for .25c
i crippled by daily for concrete work. The twoulv'erts
t the loss of their bat. Where and Boy, 5 Pkgs. ., . .10c
in Nicodemus Slough -
how will are '
members. remain a mystery; to the being built by the Wannamaker and j Soap Powder 6 Pork and Beans, 21.2 SIze can 10 c JIll
The bat used the rest of or large. .25c
Wells Corporation who have subcontracted -
the -

billy;game measuring resembled exactly a policeman'-fourteen the work from the Thom- CIGARETTES, All 15c kind, SLICED PEACHES, 2 1-2 Size JI, ,

and one-half inches. ason Company. 2 pkgs, . . . 25c Can, 2 for . . . .'2ge
: Diamond ball in its

was c-hibited by both rarest teams. form Sen- Sunday School Lesson VINEGAR 25-ounce vase tOe SYRUP, Red Hill, No. 5 can 29c
catches by

miraculous the frame at play,times by .infielders The outfielders marked and went was up set into, his a mountain, disciples:came and whenhe unto POTATOES, U. S. No. 1. 10 pounds 25c

Clewiston's > nucleus of Mm: and he taught them, saying
girl team is formed and Blessed are the poor in spirit: for
needonly practice'and : MEAT DEPARTMENT
:' The developIng. theirs is the kingdom of heaven. ,
I 6 line-up for
game: Blessed area they that mourn: for
Kiwanis: Kelley.' Davis, Sias, they shall be comforted. Blessed are' SPARE RIBS, 3 pounds 27c Smoked Bacon, pound.- 15c

II' Langford. Alston, Shelley, Lawrence, the meek: for they shall inherit the ,

Hall, Ezelle, Furgess, Finnegan. earth. Blessed are they which do PORK CHOPS, pound .15c BUTTER, pound . . 25c
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Girls: Mrs.
Gratton George, Mar y. hunger and thirst after righteousness Smoked
I- Loui:'o Oglesby Sausage 2 pounds 25c WESTERN STEAKS 22c
Thelma Wiandt, : for they shall be filled. Blessed I pound

Irs. W. II. McCracken, Mrs. Leslie:: ire the merciful: for they shall obtain I ,
Miller. Mrs. Roy Alston, Clara mercy. Blessed are the pure in :MANY OTHER SPECIAL PRICES NOT LISTED
Schiller, Mary Kline, Betty Hooks, heart: for they shall see God.-Bles"- :.I'_

I'- Aimio Mathis, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, ed are the peacemakers: for ,the- I HOME OWNED HOME CONTROLLED .

Mae ,Drew, Mrs. J. G.
Sheffield, shall be called the children of God I

Florence' Moore ) Blessed are they which, are persecute: I I r "' 1 aI\lf" &" NHfN'H'ff' ,

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