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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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CLZ':11'ISTOhLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1934. SUBSCRIPTION:! $2.00 YEAR
vnr,. *.. NUMBER 7.
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! =- NINE AWARDS OF -FOUR INJURED IN CLEWISTON BULLDOGSWIN AT DOG SHOW I Former Collector Found




MERIT GIVEN AT AUTO WRECK ON owned Kissonia by J.Jiggs G. ,Sheffield English bull of I dog this Guilty, Of. Imbezzlement


city, won his class, went winners

BANQUET ROAD NEAR HEREMiss dog, and best of breed at the dog

SCOUT show held recently in Orlando in I

connection with the Central Florida KIWANTS OFFICIAL TOEE 1 TAYLOR SENTENCED TO TEN

'. given Evelyn Hare is recuperatingin Exposition. 4 ( HERE NEXT WEEKA YEARS ON EACH OF
Nine awards of merit were also recently at the
Jiggs won TWO COUNTS
West Palm Beach hospital and
a
num-
f to scouts from Boy Scout troop dog show .held by the Miami-Bilt- novel "I Cannot Tell a Lie" I'
. by the three companions, Miss Betty Spicer,
: banquet given
ber 23 at the Hotel in Coral Gables. '
more question and answer stunt enlivened -
Beard, foun- Lloyd Sevan and Clifton Mire recovered After a five minute deliberation
,,' Scoutsin honor of Dan minor Clewiston Blondie, a puppy sired the Wednesday evening meeting!
bruises
... movement in the nicely from i Wednesday afternoon, a petit jury
der of the Scout by Jiggs also brought back a blue of the Kiwanis Club and produced
Von :Mach and and cuts received Sunday night ; found J. L. Taylor guilty of embezzling
Ed
United States. ribbon as winner jot puppy class. few dimes for the purchase of'
a
made when the Sevan sedan 'in which $3612 of county funds,

I Junior Lee Chapman were being they were returning from the moviesat Blondie has recently been purchasedby prizes and many hearty laughs from 'I closing the first of seven cases

Tenderfoot scouts, the badges Tom Shelley of this city.Jimmie's the members. Dr. J. W. Ezelle, with
H. R. Belle Glade overturned on the ; against the former tax collector to

awarded by HI A. Bestor.second class highway near Seminole Farms.A Blackish, a litter ma'teof uncanny knowledge struck the weak be tried in the spring term of Cir.

' Hall presented the Har- heavy fog which both obscuredthe Blondie's was also entered in and tender spots in the lives of sev-I cuit Court.
awards to Leroy Hare, James class but could not
Miller vision of the driver and made puppy competeas eral fellow Kiwanians with ques- Different from the trial of last

rington and Owen Winn. Roger the the highway a bit slippery is ,the she was injured by a careless auto tions that must either be answered year, in which Taylor was acquitted,

,:, .. Assistant Scoutmaster, gave. to Bob only known cause of the accident. driver the day before the show. truthfully or a dime forfeited. Tom the prosecution chose to split up the

't-;: coveted Star Scout badges Mr. Sheffield states that Jiggs, Shelley relinquished a dime when he'' indictment
The car turned over three times on covering the year. and
Petterson, James Akin, Tommy a curve when the driver, Lloyd Se- now the proud holder of eight first missed his wife's birthday by three brought its case in the form of seven
:, Akin and James Lang. ribbons himself; Vas sired
still van, lost control of the car. All four place by days. Si Sias gave up another rather indictments! covering that number
y;: Dan Beard proved himself the famous Pride-of-the-Hills, win- than divulge his middle name.
of the occuupants were thrown out of specific instances of alleged
" beloved leader of boys, despite
the of and Canadian
through the top of the car, which ner numerous American Campbell Nail's truthful reply to embezzlement.In .
r- his 80-odd years, and the entire .
.. was practically demolished.The ribbons and carries.JLhe ratingof the question "What would your wife
r- listened with keenest in- this indictment Taylor was
gathering accident occurred about mid- a champion. probably say if you came home at
charged with converting $3612
: terest to his delightful talk. "UncleDan" on
Mr. Sheffield is senior draftsmanin
o'clock tonight" saved his
one
pock-
;, night and the four injured young
was introduced by Mr. Pry- April 7, 1932, received in taxes
people were brought in to town byJ. the U. S. Engine. office here. etbook, and provided another hearty
from the Standard Lumber Company
-
Fi- ; or of Fort Myers, treasurer of Royal '
E. Beardsley, who lives near the s' laugh for the Kfwanians.
t Palm Council, who paid tribute to From the beginning the
I
Farms. Miss Hare who the President E. E. Kelley announcedthat
:Mr. Beard, calling him "the perfect was State built up a strong case against
SCHOOLS WILLCONTINUE the official visit of the lieuten-
most seriously injured, suffered a
scout". The enthusiastic greeting Taylor, proving by a series of wit-
." lacerated ant governor of this district; will be
severely leg and
! ."., ", given Mr. Beard left no doubt in the deep nesses that a statement for the tax
.j- body bruises.- She was taken to the made at the next meeting John
, es was sent the Lumber
: minds of those present that the tribute FULL company,
hospital in West Palm Beach Mon- Cleveland, of Miami, will. b.e-,the official -
;f;.. was deserved. The veteran that the money was paid, that a receipt -
day, and remained for observationand delegate of the lieutenant gov-
for
scout told with twinkling eye of the taxes was sent only after -
,
treatment. X-Rays have failedto ernor, Ralph Farrell, whose prolonged -
t, some of the experiences of his! rich EIGHT MONTHSHendry a written request from the Lum-
reveal any internal injuries how- illness has made it necessary
ber Company that the
'/'{:, and varied life, and of the beginningof money was
: of Scouting. ever, and her condition has im- for him to appoint a substitute for deposited in the Bank of Clewiston

proved to such an extent that she is the visit this quarter., Mr. Kelley "
and that the
The address of the evening on the county schools will be car- money w.as never dis
r-.; expected to be dismissed tomorrow.The urged a full attendance next Wednesday -
ried to full tributed to the various
value of the scout organization was a eight month's' term county

L given by Judge David E. Ward of car was so completely demol- by use of CWS funds, which will and announced that he funds as repuired by law. The de..
ished the wished the meeting to start promptly -
by accident that it
Lee county who but a few years seems provide for teachers' salaries for the fense offered no witnesses or evidence
y miraculous that I at 7:45. .
ago received the degree of Eagle none of the four final two months of term, the coun- basing its case on ,their state-

I: scout, the highest to which a scout occupants' were more seriously injured ty school board having adopted. resolutions -i A guest of the Club Wednesdaywas ment that ,the prosecution had failedto
I J. Erwin Davis, of Albany,
!t' can aspire. Other pleasing talks some time ago closing the prove Taylor's guilt in the matter
i Georgia. '
' :': were the welcoming address by Mayor schools after six month's operation.It and relying apparently on a contin

V'r:,.. F. D. Duff, and introductory remarks 2700th Visitor ThruIYjill is believed now, according to A. ued objection to every article of ev-

: :- by R. Y. Patterson, who pre- L. Taylor, HJendry county chairmanof. Engineers Core Drill idence and the strength of the closing -

sided as toastmaster. On the Emergency Relief Control hh speeches to the ;11ry.

Included among the 85 guests pre- I WednesdaySince of the Emergency Relief Council, Caloosahatchee Was Not Ignorant!

.'. sent were H. O. Kight, scout executive that practically the same teaching Along As In the trial of last year the defense

8 -" of. Royal Palm Council, Mr. J. the opening of the sugar staff will be ,maintained throughout attempted to show that Taylor

/', Ward of Fort Myers, Fred Flanders, house of the United States Sugar the county by the CWS as by the Two core drilling outfits' are' now was not guilty of embezzlementbut

..... school board? 'Mr.: stated had simply made mistakes In his
i'-'o4. Jr., Curtis Varnadoe, Richard Yoder, Corporation .Decembertirst, 2700 "Taylor also at work on the Caloosahatchee river,

tj.. ",>'. ; <:, ,.....Roger Saxon and U. G. Moore of visitors have availed themselves of that, while there are a few :teach taking samples of material encountered books through ignorance of book-

, .. Moore Haven, and Roger Shawgrassof the privilege of a visit through this ers in the county that will not be on the proposed route of the' keeping. This attempt was frus

Fort Myers. interesting phase of the sugar 'in- eligible to accept CWS money,, this navigation channel from Lake Okee- trated by Assistant Prosecutor J. G,

" Stunts performed by the members dustry. (Continued on page 8) chobee to the Gulf of Mexico as partof ,Adkins who told the jury in his

\;,,' of the local troop included The first thousand visitors had the federal flood control and nav- final address that the records werqin

first aid tower and building been shown through too good condition to have been
building the mills dur-
h LACK OF MATERIAL igation project. One outfit is now
)rJ :. fires with flint and steel. ing the first six :weeks of opera- stationed near Ortona and the other, made by a man ignorant of books

tions, the thousand keeping.
mark having which has ''just arrived on location, is
been reached From the beginning of the case it
on January 19th. Since
DELAYS WORK ON a short distance west of LaBelle
> Pairings In GolfTournament that time the visitors have become and will work toward Fort Denaud. was apparent that a hard fought

more frequent and the twenty-sev- battle was expected. Instead of the
The work of core drilling consists
; As en hundreth visitor was included in HURRICANE GATEWork of taking cylindrical samples of soil customary 18, 48 names were drawn

a party guided through the mill byJ. from the jury box. In court Tuesday
or rock, each five hundred linear
: Given Pro B._ Turner Wednesday on the hurricane morning 11 of the men were
By February gate at
r\;. < feet along the route. Three samples,
excused from
28th. The increasing frequency of Clewiston is at a standstill pend- of service for personal
one each side and one in the center -
V/- visitors is due doubt ing arrival of reasons 22 were disqualified for +
'. no to the ad- aggregate from the of the proposed channel at
I' : : Lloyd Sparrow, local golf pro, has I vance of the winter tourist season. North for use in the concrete mix- depths varying from surface to ten cause and prosecution and defense

'; announced pairings for the Clewis- Located approximately half way ture. The rock and gravel has been feet below sea level, are taken. (Continued on page 8)

I ',:' ton Drug Company Handicap Tournament 1 between the East and the West delayed in shipment because the extreme These samples are properly

and requests that entrants coasts, the Clewiston sugar house weather in the north has all marked for identification and are Redelsheimer

:: call him and set date for their attracts tourists from both sections, the barges frozen in and none are the data which forms the basis of Leads

match. Mr. Sparrow will assist in of whom available for
many make the trip to the transportation.
estimates of cost of construction by At
arranging with 'opponents for 'con- Clewiston and return the same day. Florida material, submitted to the the engineering' corps and by any Seventh SessionOf K

venient dates. Many merely stop for a pleasant E. H. Latham company, contractors -
contractors that may bid on the
The pairings are: hour or so en route from one partof for four hurricane gates, passed work. Bridge TourneyOutstanding

Jack Barrett, 13, and E. R. Fon- the State to another. the rigid federal inspection
only Core drilling is one of the preliminary -
taine, 13. The corporation furnishes guidesfor when mixed to a certain proportionand
to the
and necessary steps in the play of the
H. R. Hall, 13, and J. J. Harrington the convenience of visitors and this proved too expensive for
establishment
work and follows the seventh session of the current duplicate -
11. the sugar house is for visitors the contractor
open who then
arranged
of the survey line along the route. contract tournament at the
F. D. Duff, 12, and Tom Shelley each day except Sundays. for purchase of rock and
gravel all
The and
rights of way spoil Clewiston Inn Monday night was the
3. from the North.
Foundation piling areas required from the lake to remarkable score compiled by W. J
E. P. Shelley, 12, and Dr. White SIDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION are complete and the first
forms
are Lock No. 3 are government pro- M. Redelsheimer and J. V. Loftin.

13. in place waiting to receive the con- perty.P. This pair finished 15 match points
E. E. Kelley, 15, and M. P. Peterson An additional temporary siding of crete mixture.
.. above average a score which should :
.. 16. approximately 300 feet is being The structure !
;; even in this
? early T. CALLS FOR BOOKS: definitely confirm Redelsheimer in
A.
__ W. C. Owen, 13, and Pete Wilson, built by construction crews of the stage, is of unusual interest to the
FOR SCHOOL LIBRARY the North-South division, since there
15. Atlantic Coast Line on the West layman, as the foundation forms remain only three more sessions. It

A. L. Hackett, 20, and C. F.:, Good- bank of Industrial canal. Of chief give a rather clear picture of
I the the first
was appearance of Loftin in
man, 18. interest in the new work is the outline of the completed The Parent Teachers' Associationis
structure.
\ the present tourney.
Mrs. F. D. Duff. 22, and Mrs. W. building of a steel span of approximately Other concrete work is sponsoring a movement to renew i
making
Second was the team of two
\ ( M. Redelsheimer, 25. 30 feet across at lateral steady progress, the headwalls hav- the School Library with a view to Bills, Owen and Prewitt. McMakln ;'

Fr. Finnegan, 19, and H. A. Bes- canal at the pump house to providefor ing been poured on drainage culverts its forming the nucleus of a town
slipped to fourth in the standings
tor 19.Jay". easy unloading of hopper bottom at Diston Island library at some near date. They 1
Pump House No. 2 ,1 ,
with a minus 1-2 point, when J.
'''. Moran, 21, and A. N. Gal- railroad cars. and at Nicodemus have issued a call for the return of
Slough J
above did not
Beardsley and Mrs. Prewitt ,
lant, 17. This addition to the siding already Moore Haven.DREDGE. all books belonging to the Library, '

Kit Bowden, 20, and F. M. Geogre, constructed is fat the use 'of and to accomplish this end, have play.Mrs. Lockhart and RoyM.

h.'>-- ,.-' 19. contractors on the levee and con- agreed to waive any fees due on such William

,;,!;: ...,:, F. I. Hill, 23, and W. H. Mc- crete structures on ,the federal lake 'CONGAREE'LEAVES books, if they are returned duringthe Sands topped the East-West
advancedMrs.
teams with a plus 7, which
: i Cracken, 21. project. By use of the siding over month of March.A the
: Lockhart to second place in
'-::, L. C. Rosenberg 30, and E. B. the'canal 'cars' of rock and gravel call for more books is also be- Williams and
Marie
(Continued on page 8) may be placed 'above empty barges THIS WEEK{ Ing issued by the Association, andit standings.Shelley took a mminus 7

I and the simple tripping of the trap is hoped that townspeople will re- Evelyn from first
1-2 to drop the former
.. HAROLD BERTRAM TROEGER bottom of the railroad cars will unload spond, not only with books but with moved .
Thomas up .
to third. Agnes .
.. c the contents onto the barge, The United States. Army Engi- periodicals which may bo of Interestto to first place, continuing a remark- "

Clewiston friends will regret to representing a tremendous savingof neer's Dredge Congaree is leavingits readers. The committee reservesthe Lockhart
Dorothy 'J
able showing.
learn of the death of H. B. Troeger, time and labor. location on Lake Okeechobee right to accept or reject such still ia
fourth position,
remains in
47, of LaGrange, Illinois which oc- One pile driver 'and a large crane, week to proceed to Stuart this-I l periodicals when offered.It reach of the leaders. 1.

curred in Sebring Sunday following both mounted on railroad flat cars has been ordered for the purpose of is hoped that about March first, easy

an operation. Mr. Troeger was visiting have been on the job for several I I removing shoal from the St. Lucie I a formal opening of the rejuvenated The standings: Average .'j

,,4 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Troe- days and the work will evidently be I I Inlet. The Dredge will first remove library will take the form of a reception North-South Total ,.1I '

ger who are spending the winter in completed within a very few days.It I shoal which hag formed near by the officers: of the P. T. A. W. M. Redel- n '

Sebring.Mr. is understood that the siding the east buoy at Fort Pierce reducing The library will be open to receive -I sheimer 11 1-8 M J'J .:

Troeger Is owner of Sagamore is temporary and will be removed the depth of I the channel to gift books and over due books J. Beardsley 14 J>*

"f W-- :" Court Apartments, and has been a when the present need for It has 19 feet at that point and prevent- each morning except Saturday, from E. Prewitt Continued on page 8)r
,
frequent visitor here In the past. been. filled. (Continued on page 8) tan till twelve, until ,further:. : notice. ( .- .... .

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1934


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of Current MELVIN A.First TRAYLOR National, president bank of THOUSANDS SLAININ PUNCTUATION
News Review Teacher-Jimmy, In the sentence,
Chicago and one of the country's leadIng AUSTRIAN WAR "The fire Is low make it burn," what'

financiers, died at his home of '
punctuation mark is needed?

Events the World Over pneumonia after fighting the disease Practical Pupil-Colon.Ferry's .
bravely> for several weeks. Mr. Tray-

lor was born In a log cabin in Kentucky Government and Socialistsin
Seeds are sold only in fresh
55 years ago and made his
way Fierce Battles. -
When
dated packages. you buy Fer-

Bloody Socialist Revolt in Austria Imperiling All Europe; ability.to leadership He also In business became prominent by sheer ry's Seeds you are sure of the finest 0-:;

Vienna.-Loyal troops launched offensives quality available. Adv.
MacCracken' to Jail Permanent enough In politics 'to be considered
Senate Sentences ; In four sectors as the stretsof
favorably for the Democratic I
nomination
Vienna were converted Into battlefields Must Keep on the Job
PWA Program Taking Shape.By for President in 1032. Chicago and
where soldiers reinforced police Writers who' have a regular market .
the country sustained a considerable
In ruthlessly shelling riotous mobs in can't afford to have moods.
loss in his death.JAPAN'S .
-
EDWARD W. PICKARD a Socialist revolutionary re\olt.

Fighting which broke out in rebellion -
new ambassador to Wash- -
IS AUSTRIA again to be the starting Postmaster General Farley. Headquarters -** ington, IIIrosi Saito, presented his at Linz, capital of upper Austria End BlackheadsAnd

point of a great European war? for this service were openedIn credentials to President Roosevelt, and continued there and in half a

That was the question that was worrying Washington and put under the com- the two gentlemen exchanged assur- dozen cities and towns in the industrial -

mand of Brig. Gen. Oscar Westover by centers of the land.
world
all the nations of the ailI ances of friendship and mutual confi- Sallow Skin

the civil warfare between Gen. Douglas MacArthur, chief of staff. dence between their countries. With: 1,000 persons estimated dead

C the Austrian Col. Charles A. Lindbergh's telegramto and no attempt made to guess the number :
t Saito said he was sure that "what
government and the the President protesting against the ever question, either political or eco- wounded fighting broke out for Weeks Quicker

: ; : Socialists proceeded.On summary cancellation of contracts led the third day In certain sections of
f nomic
: may arise between our two
Postmaster General Farley to' make It is so easy now to clear away black-
lines VIenna and
\ the side Socialists recaptured some
;.:. '=' countries, can and will be amicably heads, freckles, coarseness; to have
events closely public his report to Chairman Black'sInvestigating of the strongholds from which they
: watching
{ : t{ composed in a spirit of friendship and smooth, white, flawless new beauty.
JL> }" ) ::<1 ] and biding their committee justifying his mutual confidence-the spirit that has had been driven by government troops. Just begin tonight with

": ; time were Nazi ,Germany action. In this Farley made sensa- characterized our relations ever since The government, summoning all HM c'7' famous Nadinola Bleaching -
; tional charges that the governmenthad side :;{-i.': Cream, tested and
\ Fascist Italy, available: man power to Its ,
of the
.
Japan made, at the instance
f.-
Iy 'j France just recovering been defrauded to the extent of poured reserve troops Into the capital. ; '' trusted for over a gen
%: ., ::; : I Unietd States, her formal entry into va :,,, eration. The minute you
from its own internal $16,800,000 In the letting and opera- the of Elsewhere In the nation, the situation smooth it Nadinola
r family nations. r. :<, on,
,, row, and the rather tion of air-mall contracts. He asserted was believed to be coming under : to clear whites
,J"... "I share fully, the President said <;../ -i';,:, % begins ,
I'' frightened members of that his predecessor, Walter F. In reply, "the view which you have government control. ... .:: and smooth :jour skin.

MaJ. Emil Fey the ,little, entente. Brown, had joined In and directed a expressed that all questions which Socialist headquarters at FlorIds- >.,'>i\ ,2'i':" Tan and freckles; muddy
'<
Great Britain, determined that Ger- conspiracy by which competition was countrieswill dorf, in which retreating revolution- "' : -"i sallow color vanish
may arise between our two < quickly. You see' day-
many and Austria shall not be united, smothered and all contracts were aries had taken refuge, was captured + S
be in of frIend- .
resolved: a spirit, ,:;rA by-d y improvement u -
.fi
was warning Hitler to keep his hands awarded by secret agreement to cer- after fierce fighting. Then government ;t' ....; til skin is all
will -i7'
ship and mutual confidence. You ;, ..:,/.:...,..:. ",<: your you
,( offs Soviet Russia would like to put, tain favored, air lines. "find this, government devoted now as forces turned upon Garden City, an '' long for; creamy-white,

a finger In the pie but Is fully occu- in the past to the principle l of maintaining other workers' settlement. Govern- satin-smooth, lovely. Get a large box:
pied with' the threat of war with CECRETARIES i KE'v LLACE, ment sources said defenders there had of NADINOLA, only 50c. No disap
in the Pacific region aselsewhere'and
Japan. *3 Dern and Perkins were named by peace pointments; no long waiting for results. -C
surrendered.The
.
ready to co-operate cor- Honey-back guarantee.
Vice Chancellor Emil Fey,and Prince the President 'as a committee to draw dially and sympathetically with your I Socialists were routed out of ';11':

il 'Ernst von Starlvemberg of Austria up definite plans for his permanent government In all of the many linesof the Vienna North railway station,

were determined that, the Socialists public works: program. This is intended endeavor which are possible in pursuance where they had entrenched themselves, Is This Too Good

[,. should be driven out or exterminated to effect great economic and social of 'and toward making prevail only after a fierce conflict.

'and the country made wholly Fascist, '"ch nges': and will cost probably more the revolutionaries before
thatprinciple.. It Is our constant desire Driving for Your Cough ?
: and Chancellor than half ,a billion dollars yearly. Mr.
Dollfuss going
was that, by co-operation, all the coun- them troops pressed into the area of
L along with them. The revolt of the' Roosevelt and his advisers take it for 1. tries of the Pacific region may continueto the Vienna municipal apartments'still Creomulsion may be a better

Socialists was evidently carefully granted that' even after business has enjoy peace and may attain con- held by the defenders.The help than you need. It combines

planned and the rebels were well achieved recovery there will be from ditions of abiding prosperity." Socialists, barricaded in the' seven major helps] In one-the

[ armed and capably led. But at this three to five billion persons still unemployed huge municipal owned apartment build' best helps known to science. It is

writing they had won no victory of and that they must be cared and insurgents in ings where they live fought back des made for quick relief, for safety.

moment and their Inr for'by, something like the Civil Works INDEPENDENTS Mild
strongholds congress long advocated an perately. But they had no big guns coughs often yield to lesser

; Vienna, mainly the huge communist administration.' amendment of the Constitution provid and It was apparent that they were helps. No one can tell. No one

apartment buildings, had been smashed This new project as now conceived machine knows which factor will do most
r : ing for direct election of the President, 'fightIng a losing battle. Their

by the government artillery. In LInz, Includes these major undertakings: and at last the first step toward this guns and pistols, although taking a for any certain cough. So careful

Gratz, Stejr and other centers the results 1 Methodical development] of waterways change has been taken. Senator huge toll from ,their foes, were Insufficient people, more and more, are using

E'.. were the same. After several water power, flood control, soil George W. Norris' resolution proposingthe to repel the merciless attacksof Creomulsion for any cough that

: days of fighting, in which two or three erosion preventives, reforestation, and amendment was approved by the the government forces. starts.

thousand persons were killed and other public works. On these works: senate judiciary committee, with only The greatest single fight took placeat The cost Is a' little more'than a

many more wounded.. Dollfuss gave theSoc'laists employment would be furnished In the Senator Stephens of? Mississippi votingin the Ottakring Workers' home. Of single help. But your druggist
five hours In which to lay manner of the present CCC and CWA.
the negative. the 150 schutzbund men who were defending guarantees.it, so it costs nothing if

down their arms on promise of par- Decentralization of industry through Should the amendment be written the home, 100 were killed it fails 'to bring you quick relief.

don except for the chief leaders. This establishment of small Industries in into the federal Constitution it would when the place was stormed. The rest Coughs are danger signals. For

brought Insufficient response, and the rural regions to 'enable people to makea abolish the present system' by which were arrested. safety's sake, deal with them i.

vi government troops went into action living partly by farming and partly citizens vote for Presidential electors Women and children were endan- the best way known. (adv).
agaIn' in the suburbs to which the by factory employment A start in them-
Instead of for the candidates gered as government artillery smashedthe
rebels had been driven.. The latter this direction is now being made In amendment the -
selves. Under the Karl Marx apartment building
;"_ met the attack stoutly, especially In the subsistence homesteads, for which names'of Presidential and Vice Presi- housing 2,000 socialist families. No HISPlER

the section just across the great twenty-five millions of recovery funds would be written
dential candidates killed
one knows how many were
: where have been allocated. f8: Great Complexion
Reichsbridge they were occupy- cast directly
on the ballots and the votes Howitzers smashed the third and.
{ .. Ing big buildings and trenches. Major Government purchase of submar- : Secret !
for them. apartment
fourth floors of the greatest
: Fey was in charge of the ginal lands unfit for cultivation which
operations The amendment would also do away building in Europe. The middle arch : rpO her friend she con-
In and ,about Vienna, and Prince von would be added to the public domain .\ .v } the secret of her
I. :. which a : '
with the present system by collapsed. A '. flawless dear white skin. "-
J Starhemberg was in command at LInz and devoted to forest development.For state's whole electoral vote (equal to its /;;' .. Long ago: she learned .:. -
While the fighting was at height
,,4'' JX'$; that: no cosmetic! would
and Stejr.Though. this twenty-five millions A' jI.
purpose
Its representation in both houses of thegovernment struck at. Socialist political hide blotches pimples
the German government was already have been allotted. for the candidate receiving sallowness. She found
congress) is cast organizations. The party was .:," "I( the secret of real com-
not openly mixing in the mess, the a plurality of votes cast within outlawed. Elected public,officials were beauty in NR

official Nazi newspapers were eggingon TIlE Civil Works administration ob- the state. Instead a state's elec- thrown out of officec. Many were t'm.n( cleansed' and-

the Austrian Socialists. Hitler and from congress an appropri- toral vote would be pro-rated accordIng jailed. Vienna's burgomaster, Karl cleared the eliminative tract-corrected sluggish -
his comrades claim that a majorityof ation of oO.OOO,000 for Its immediateuses the of the entire vote bowel action-drove out the poisonous
to proportion Seitz, was among the first to be Im- wastes. She felt better,too full of pep tingling
Nazis
the Austrian voters are and and its workers, numbering 3,800- which each candidate received. He was held at the Vienna with vitality Try this mild, safe,dependable. :.
prophecy that the time Is near when : .H'.. 000 persons, received prisoned. all-vegetable corrective tonight. See your com '..
( Dollfuss will fall and the Austrian r.ifIi':: : ) their But at the city hall. plexion improve '
pay. / i OVERNORS of all the states have the Socialist-party see headaches,
After outlawing
Nazis will be In control. f same time Adminis- >J received from the administrationa dullness vanish.; *,\\B ft g e)
named Richaid At all druggists'only .
Reports originating in Paris said 75- :; : trator law the government :; :;:[ '
:t .[ Harry Hopkins draft of a model state recovery -- 25c. .
socialwelfare'minister, as
000 Italian troops had been massed at '. "':.<. :.'. began the task of cut- which would make all national codesof Schmitz, for acit.ind{ -
1LDOU'T
.,5 strategic points along the Austrian t! ting down the forces, fair competition automatically. effective federal commissioner for Vienna. "TUMS"haef only

frontier and that they and the Fascist j jI. ordering reductions, of within the states. It would remove -

frontier guard were "ready for any It from 50 to 00 per: ,cent. ..the. threatening possibility of a Long Lost Heiress Is

eventuality. The Italian government He directed that work constitutional barrier to the enforce-
Found in a Hospital FEAR MOTHERHOOD
officials said this troop movement had ...: cease on all federal ment of those codes among concerns '
been going on for some time and was :V"::,
; : : and sole heir of D'Au- Carter St, Orlando, Fla.,
only part of a fundamental change In :: : ; federal or other public merce. lost daughter arrivalof
said "Before the
:
I .__ : the in Lens Island
found
Italian military policy. n property. By Hop- The model law would authorIze binge Eason was a my little girl I became

London correspondents dug a Harry 'kins' state governor to consent to the utili- hospital by a crippled Oklahoma nervous, felt weak and
up plan of cutting tired out, had dizzy spells,
story, from an Austrian source, to the Hopkins down "the total num- zation of state and local officers by the City lawyer to end a search which car- hO': S headaches and was very

effect that the Austrian 'Socialists obtained President of the United States "in ried him thousands of miles In his '4::$ Y' restless I took Dr. Pierce's
ber of employees about 10 per cent a : '.f.' Favorite Prescription and
r the arms with which they !had week, the CWA army will be virtuallyout effectuating the policiesof"the national wheelchair, was told by the attorney :,:;:rA; was much unproved It
Industrial recovery act. A viola- R. E. Wood. strengthened me in many
been fighting from Czechoslovakia
of existence by May 1. I birth to a fine healthy baby.
ways. gave
would be made misde-
Eason
tion of code a
Rebecca ,
a The daughter, Mary
either from the Czech N. Y.
government direct The force affected the Write Dr. Pierce's Clinic, Buffalo.
or with its connivance. A railroad largest by meanor In the state with a penalty of forty-two years old, now is establishedin New size, tablets 50 cts, liquid $1.00. Largs -!

from Prague to the south runs nonpublic property order Is in the.public $500 a day for each offense and for the Oklahoma City home left herb size, tabs. or liquid, 135. "Wo Do Our Part."

health service. Hopkins ordered It each the violation continues. fur-
through a part of Austria, and the day Eason. Eason, a second- and
to stop malaria control efforts employing -
story 'goes that trains loaded with niture dealer, died four years ago.. His
and ammunition 29,779 men, rural sanitation using REPRESENTATIVES 'of business, will left the estate to the daughter.He .
arms consigned to 3_,010 and the sealing of mines by said they had not seen or heard of her for s.L ,

... ,. some place In Czechoslovakia were 0,571 workers to preentvater acidityin were fairly well satisfied with the new .
emptied of their somewhere 25 years.Wood
cargoes
the Ohio valley. revenue bill which was brought before searched Georgia, where the
between Gemundt and
Pressburg. I
the house, though there were some objectionable 25
living CoLfl
will said the daughter was
'
It Is also alleged that arms have
a '
HORATIO B. HACKETT of provisions 'which they Last he found the
year
COL. ago.
been shipped up the Danube from be removed by the senate years
was appointed director of hoped might and followedit
Grange Ga.,
trail at La ,
Pressburg to Vienna or nearby points the housing division of the Public, finance committee later. ,The bill now to Woodhaven, L. I., where Miss'

and smuggled ashore. Works: administration by Secretary of represents a compromise between the Eason lay ill in a hospital. She said

the Interior Ickes. He succeeds Robert recommendations of the Hill subcom- Put Mcnlholatum in -
she hadn't seen: her father since he
I II
New York architect, mittee and the suggestions of the nostrils to idem,
TEN days In jail was the sentence D. Kohn, a and her mother separated. open "
by the senate on William who has held the position for the last Treasury department. The chief Ill rub on chest to
changes are those with respect to de- I/1 reduce congestion.
P. MacCracken for nine months.
having tam-
preciation,. consolidated returns and Roosevelt Greets .
..
: ,
Colonel Hackett member -
pered with correspondence In his files Selection of a .
,
corporate reorganizations. The bill
of the Chicago architectural firm New Envoy
:' after the files had does not reduce depreciation allowances Japanese

.r,;.: been subpoenaed by of Holabird &' 'Root, was regarded in as did the subcommittee recom- Washington.-Hirosi Saito, Japan'snew
:: the special committee Washington as a move to speed up the
United States
.. mendations. Nor does It abolish consolidated ambassador to the ,
Investigating air-mail federal housing corporation. Given returns for affiliated corpor ; presented his credentials to President PARKER'S 1

contracts. The same $100,000,000 of public'worls: money for ations. While it extra and
}; Imposes an tax Roosevelt at the White House HAIR BALSAMRemoves ,
punishment was low cost housing developments" It has on corporation earnings when consolidated spoke of the "friendship" and'"mutual rt Dandruff.S topi Hair Faffing

T awarded L. IL Brit- spent very little. returns are filed this Is not so Imparts Color and '
; confidence" of the two nations. Beauty to Gray and rat HairHr .
: r,, tin, vice president of objectionable the entire 'elimination Mr. Roosevelt expressed similar I
Northwest TSALDARIS of Greece of the
Airways.Two privilege.
PREMIER sentiments and dwelt on the Amerl FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use In
other defendants the verdict of sev- While the upper' surtax: brackets conncctionwithParker8HairBalBam.Make8tIuihair
can desire for In the Pacific.
;' were acquitted. :Mac eral government physicians, that Sam- have been scaled up' somewhat theydo I peace soft HucoxChcnicalWorks and fluffy.60 cents by, PatchogueN.TC.mail or atcirwrsist& -

Cracken already had uel Insull Is well enough to stand deportation not Increase' greatly the tax applying .

been fined 5100 by the without danger to his life. to a person who has an earned Predicts Farm Upturn .

,--. District .Supreme G- Westover Tsaldaris said It would be "murder"to Income credit. The tax burden Is Increased in Next Few Months CHAPPED I Il.D IJGH SKIN

ft.- : court for misrepresentation In obtain compel the fugitive American to somewhat on a person with-.1

J": .. ing a writ of habeas corpus before actually travel In his present physical condition out earned Income, but with corpora Topeka, Kan.-C. B. l\Jerl'lalll, of the To relieve the soreness and dryneaa .rand

y, -... being arrested. He was given so he will be permitted to remain tion dividends and government bonds Reconstruction Finance corporation, hasten the return of skin comfort ,
... the belief farm condi-
subject to normal taxes which expressed that
time the senate to perfect in Greece until his health not are and health,apply soothing
; .< _by an appeal Improves.
; ; ;. ..
.'.,....,. reached by commencing surtaxes tions would show marked Improvementin
from its verdict. As Insull Is seventy-four
: years.old and declared
the next few He
months.
above a. single 4 per cent normal tax
The went ahead rapidly In 1 .
army extradition Instead of above normal rates aggre- that "lands and products of lands are
preparations for carrying the air mailetter : "
gating 8 per cent. I coming back first.
the cancellation of contracts by long time, If ever by Western Newspaper Union.


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THE CLEWISTON: NEWS, FRIDAY; .MARCH 2, 1934



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CAT SAVED ORPHAN


Farm Machines
'With the tearing down of a houseat

22 Vasterland street, Stockholm,
A' Lace

i I Queen I Committee Compares Outfitsof Sweden, which bore over its entrance

door the effigy of a cat, has been

4 20 Years Ago With: recalled the story of how the tabby

found the relatives of
an orphan girl.
: Those of Today.Prepared While returning from Haytl to Stock-
Frances Parkinson !
Keyes
holm with his wife and threeyearold -
by Agricultural Extension Service, ,
Ohio daughter, the captain of
State University.-WNU Service. a

)' '._ Although cultivators, walking plows, Swedish sailing vessel died. Soon

'" :: Frances Parkinson Keyes "WNU Service. :: harrows and other of the less com, afterward his wife succumbed. The

i'I":\ ,: pies farm machines were found to be nurse, who had' been engaged during

'- 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I1111I11I11I11 1111I11I11I1111111I111I1111I1111111111111111111I1111111111 lllulllllllilll1111111111111111111111111CSYNOPSIS greatly Improved, greatest progress in the voyage, did not know whether the

farm machinery manufacture was daughter had any relatives, nor how
comfort and happiness had all been "That hideous thing !1"
... noted in the corn picker, ensilage cut to trace frIends The ship cat, which
perfected by Neal- "Well, this Isn't going to be hideous -
ter, three-horse-power engine, and the was from Stockholm, started as soon
Disappointed, through her inability to put Anne closed her traveling bag, and ; you'll see !1" tractor plow. as the boat landed, to guide the nurse

finishing touches to her costume for a dance, turned to kiss her friend. It was not. It was frilly with ruffles,
A committee of agricultural 'up one street and down another until
Anne Chamberlain \. irritated by the stolidity college
not We'll The
"I'm going to say good-by. frothy with lace, a fairy frock.
.. of her escort, George Hildreth A visitor inr engineers, comparing the farm machine she reached 22 Vasterland street.
the community, Neal Conrad, lawyer, is see each other often. ,My marriageisn't saleswoman showed the price'ticket to There it
young today with that ,of 20 years ago, stopped, and in the house
! to be the "sensation" of the evening, and Hil going to make any difference. Neal surreptitiously. It was, the sales-
was found the child's
: releases this information following grandmother.
dreth, Anne's suitor, is vaguely jealous. Conrad After Neal and I get settled I want you woman shrewdly suspected; far more
I Is impressed by Anne, perceiving her fine measurements of the efficiency, durability Many old people in Stockholm still
,; character. A few later she to come and visit us. Mahel-will you expensive a dress than they had expected -
remember
,: ; days accompanies and operating costs of farm ma the cat and its search.
him and his hostess, Mrs. Griffin, on a picnic, da one more thing for me?" to buy. Neal noticed her
chines.As .
I :, :. dipping into her scanty savings to buy suitable "Of course, honey-bunch." strategy, but he paid for the dress unflinchingly -
", "finery" for the trip from an old friend, Mr. reported by Prof. G. W. McCuen
"Take this bag down to Neal, and .. When the saleswomansaw .
Coldenburg. At the end of the day Neal declares of the department of agricultural
his love. Anne has no doubt of her tell him I'll be there In Just a minute." this she made a suggestion. engineering MercollzedWaxAbsorb
feelings, and they become one of the committee, the ;
engaged. Slightly surprised at being dismissed "Wouldn't madam like a wrap to go
quality value_ of the
but without objections. Mahel with the dress? I have just the thing, ensilage cutter
...... and corn picker is more than twice
: departed. Anne closed the door care marked very low, because It's so late
,> CHAPTER that of the machines sold to do the
IV-Continued she
fully behind her and locked It. Then in the season. Almost Instantly

{,t -11- swiftly, she knelt beside her bed. flung around Anne's shoulders a moss- same work 20 years ago.
I :-
j., ;:. Mrs. Griffin, in an outburst of hospitality "Oh. God" she prayed aloud "please green cloak, of soft-embroidered wool, Improvements in quality values as

.;:',:.: offered to take the entire Con make ,me worthy of him I don't know satin-lined In a paler shade of the reported by the committee are 70 per -I

::: rad family Into her house, for the wed how to say it I don't even know how same color. The bride stood reflectedin cent for the grain binder and 05 per

,;\i ding, and to entertain them throughout 'to think;: it, but Neal is so wonderful the tall glass before them like a cent for the cultivator. The grain

the period of, their stay ; and she and good and great that I feel he's rose surrounded by Its leaves. drill) was improved 40 per cent, farm

Conrads'proved so perfect a hostess that the going to rise to high places. Help me'to "Neal. you mustn't." engines 100 per cent, disk harrows 90 Young ,:

I I J. '' worst forebodings melted go with him show me the way. So "Why, don't you like It?"_- per cent, mowers 70 per cent, corn Absorb blemishes and discolorations using ,

; away at once. There was nothing to that he won't leave me behind so that "Don't I like It !I" pickers 100 per cent; corn planters 55 Mercol'uedVax daily as directed. Invisible .,
their of skin freed and all .
rouse particles aged
Anne forebodings, either, when we can be together always. For "Then I must." He counted out per cent, tractor plows 90 per cent, defects such as blackheads are, tan, freckles and

appeared in the flesh to *.take'r" Christ's-sake. Amen." more bills carelessly. "Send that, with gang plows 50 per cent, and two-horse large pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully
supper at the Griffin's and clear velvety and so soft-face looks .
be
} presented the dress to Mrs. Neal Conrad Hotel walking[ plows 35 per cent. years younger. Mercohzed Wax brings out

y:4---: : ;:' to them soon after their arrivaL: There Hamilton please,'" he said to the saleswoman Spraying machines were Improved your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists.i,

"- ';.;:'. was no denying that she CHAPTER V Powdered
' was good- "right away.: Be sure it gets 75 per cent, ensilage cutters 115 per i '
looking-well, Neal be I Reduces wrinkles and ,
: might forgiven Saxoliti"
: ',-r' there in time for dinner. cent, feed grinders 75 per cent, cream I ply dissolve one ounce ) '..
' .for thinking her beautiful And her Two weeks later, their wedding jour.
I witch hazel and use ,
/ A little fur neckpiece;: to wear with separators 45 per cent, sulky rakes;: 35
manner was not awkward at all, or ney over, Neal and Anne began their
'. the blue suit on cool days, and slippers per cent, and manure spreaders SO per
: : bold ; on the contrary, she was rather homemaking together in the little four-
and stockings to match the new cent. Make Real Profits, buy "Baby Chicks"
: silent, a little shy. but perfectly polite room apartment in Hinsboro. from flocks personally culled blood tested
frock had been added to the other pur- The committee was requested to
c: ; perfectly self-possessed. The trip to Washington nad been for (BWD) Antigen Method. Free folder.
Champaign County Hatchery, Urbana, O.
chases make tests by the American Societyof
:! :: Their forebodings 'were not roused everything that they both had dreamedof ,
"Neal, you told me yourself we must Agricultural Engineers..
:
on the wedding day, either. The little and hoped for and more. They went
'begin small. And then you go to Accountants and Bookkeepers. Substantial
t.. church stood high above the clustering through the Treasury building and the permanent Income by our new bookkeeping
clothes for
1.; houses I Army and ,Navy building, but work and spend more on service plan. Free details. ,Accounting
<: around It, austerely white. wearily Allowed to Seed Grassesfor
me in one hour than I've spent In Service Co.. Box 14C8, Springfield, Mass.\
t strong In the simplicity of Puritanism persistently : through the:Corcoran art '

f.,' An orchestra 'was playing the wedding gallery puzzled but eagerly They nearly twenty years. Erosion PreventionA
clothes.You're AGENTS WANTED
"I have
want to pretty
'<:: 'c march from Lohengrin very accept, surveyed the beautiful chamber of the you program for seeding grasses and To sell our automatic poultry fountain.

-" (:- ably. Neal, paler than usual, but Supreme court, sat for a few minutesin so darned pretty yourself, and legumes for erosion prevention and soil Write Cone Fountain Company, Stuart.Fla.

,,: ,: ':: handsomer than ever, chin and. shoulders the vacant gallery of the house of sweet, and good. That" client of mine improvement on acreage retired from

:'. G1; squarer than ever, came in with representatives., It was here that Neal up In the mountains- production of wheat, cotton tobacco WANTED-Shippers of outdoor flowers.
:. "Well?" Daffodils, Iris, Lilacs, Jonquils, Narcissus.
Roy ; Mabel Buck. began her progress gave voice to his only regret and corn In connection with the agricultural Gladiolus, Gerbla. Terms 15So commission

up the aisle. "If congress were only in session 1 1Pd "Well his nest bill will be bigger adjustment administration's less freight or express charges. Reference:
', ": than I meant to make It, that's all." Dun and Bradstreet. American Decorative
.. And then came the bride, a mist of like to see these fellows In action. acreage reduction program has been Flower: Co., 407 :N. Paca St., Baltiinore.Md.:
The little dinner began with a sur-
"You will
( tulle around her, a' coronal] of delicate some day. given the administration's approval.
.
"< seated' In the
"Yes, we'll come again." prise. They were hardly
:',.':. ::: blossoms on her golden hair, a long Officials of the administration feel that Agent Wanted-Every county. Fast selllnpr,
- :/ ." Last of all, marveling at their temer rose and cream dining room when a dignified: line. Excellent commissions. Hast
. ,', sheaf it Is highly desirable that
of them her
on arm-Queen growers pro
ings W. Baker, Box 1000, Dayton, Ohio
: ;,"' Anne's Lace. ity, they went to the White House. very sleek-looking young man sprangup tect the soil of these contracted acres

The uniformed attendant at the en from a nearbytable and hailed
all In from erosion and maintain their fer-
Ten minutes later
they were trance regarded them kindly. He was Neal with genuine, If correctly tem- FIVE: PAIRS SILK HOSIERY
the church Congratulations tility. $1.00 back Kuarantee
H parlor. used to bridal couples and this pair pered enthusiasm. Direct Co., 221 money W. Broad St., SavannahGa.
I
were being received and kisses, ex: To encourage such a program on the
-tr was an unusually attractive example : "Neal ,Conrad my dear fellow !
changed. The wedding breakfast over I part of growers, the agricultural AdJustment .
,111th \ of the species. They left In such a where did you come from-and when
Two Tear Rose Bashes.
1- resplendent In' administration Best grown. All
: .. which Mr. Goldenburg, state of exaltation that Neal felt the :-and why-at this time of the year? through Its varieties; also Pecan, Fruit trees. Simpson
1 : replacement section :> Co., Drawer If, Monticello, Fla.
has
.: frock coat and gray trousers was presiding crops co-op un>ery
called for
day some special celebration .Not that It matters, so long as. you'vearrived
: .. ; left nothing to be desired : it to mark it. 1" crated with the division of forage

:>? was In the same class with the roses.' "Let's go and have dinner at the Explanationsere Immediately In crops and diseases of the United LADIES' BEAUTIFUL SILK HOSIERY, 5
1: States of In prs. $1. Men's fancies. 10 prs. $1. slightly'
him Department
His' frents" had done Agriculture,
"pizness
'
Shoreham tonight. That's the swell)] order. Clarence Hathaway, a former Imperfect; satisfaction guaranteed Thrift

..Jj--:: ::, proud. So, he reflected, had the girl hotel here, I've heard. Shall we? classmate of Neal's at Harvard, had the preparation of Information to enable Hosiery Co., Lexington, North Carolina.

: ''::', In whose future he had invested. lip farmers to make successful seed-
Next time we'll)]
'. ., we come be staying entered the diplomatic service imme-
sized up the Conrad family with one there." after his graduation. He ings. EPILEPTICS-New Discovery quickly relieved ma-
was
diately
ill others failed All letters answered Nothing to sell.tits. .
:.." or two swift, appraising glances. Anne agreed, Joyfully)] and deciding already third_ secretary of legation at .Marian W.Adams,Box526:: Sal Da,Kansas

,' "Dey took on apout It when de poy to' wear her wedding gown to their Madrid. Home now on leave. Neal Grazing Injures PasturesEarly

.t. told 'em, and now de're dlsabolnded little feast The dark blue silk, which him
sought to congratulate upon his
i ; ; pecause dey can't' fint more vault !I" he had seemed so glorious a garment success. grazing In the spring and close SNAP OUT OF IT !

,
grazing during the dry period of sum-
i '
himself. "Dat
muttered to
; .. shrewdly when she purchased It, was, she had "Nonsense What about !
yours
V .r' lid dIe Anne she'll come out on top. discovered suitable for mer have proved to be quite dlsa3-
: already only hand fist
Making, money over so I
., trous to pastures under observationof
r. ;' ,py and py. A great lady-twendy sight-seeing. Even In the unostenta hear and causing hibernating Hlns-
D. R. Dodd, soils specialist In southeastern -
> years from now, maype-put- a great tious dining room of the hotel where boro all sorts of spasms with your
has hid
":; : k lady, some day !1" they were staying It was not Just Ohio. Such grazing .
political prowess; governor or some-
effect than other factor In
-.i: But alone In her little attic room "right" for evening wear; but havingno thing, aren't you?" greater any nONT let constipation oet a per-

'f ft; for the last time, no thought of pos other dress, except her white muslin "No said Neal [ the annual forage produced. The WRITE FOR v manent Crill on JOU.GARFIELD
laughing "sit down
::?' pasture improvement experiments car TEA gives you the prompt thorough
;; sible future greatness for herself en which she could not wash out her- FREE
dinner with laxative that get
and have us, won't you? ried In the hill counties the cleansing helps
'. tered Anne's head. Her thoughts were self here, and her wedding dress, on past SAMPLE rid ol constipating wastes. Seas ,.
Is Anne .
This wife
he
added
, : :::.. my [ that Is !
-- season Indicate potassium an out of that chronic napless feeling
all of Neal, who in her mind, was so which she wanted so much to save, she of difference OARFIELO t
with a shade in his voice, fertilizer if used alone TEA CO. Begin the GARFIELD TEA treat.Brooklyn
great-so glorious-already, that noth had tried to make;: it "do" even though Hathaway around unprofitable ment tonight. (Plain-or in -,
as swung apologizing and shows a return only when com- Now York tea bagt-atyoardrarttort) '
Ing could magnify him In her eyes. this meant she could not change, when for his
Intrusion swiftly solicitous."A and
bined with both phos-
Mabel helped her change from her she came in, hot and dusty, at the bridal party My dear Mrs. treatment nitrogen has shown f
Pasture
snowy bridal raiment to the "simple end of the day. Yes, certainly, she what phorus.
Conrad must have 7
you thoughtof marked Influence !In flood control, the
! little serge suit" enhanced with a new would have to wear the wedding dress In A Splendid Laxative Drink !
me, charging on your requisite fully twiceas
! blouse of Then Neal with that un untreated pastures allowing
matching blue and a new tonight. tlfat
solitude a deux like ? But I
was much run-off and the water from
I', j.. fall his for what ,
early hat. Neal was waiting for canny faculty of guessing
so glad to see Neal In this Godforsakenplace
carried
untreated mire
her outside In the horseless carriage., was in her mind suggested somethingelse. such pasture :
#-
and I hadn't heard. You silt Safeguard lender
":. > They were to motor to a famous inn. ,away. Jkins
well let me be host, of course What
nestled In the heart of the hills fifty "But let's go shopping first. I wantto kind of cocktails do you like Mrs. Use of ;

miles south, and spend their first night have ,the fun of buying you a dress Conrad?" Testing Dairy FeedBy by.Dai/g

there, lingering on for another day or myself to prove I've got a right to."
he did
Fortunately, not wait for her adapting the "guinea pig" methodso
two If It suited their fancy, then tak "Neal, I don't need one, really" to Anne
answer. blushing with be- commonly used In studying animal CUTICURA.SOAP
ing an to New York which "Nonsense of do. A
express course you
wilderment was looking to Neal for diseases, the United States Department .
connected with a midnight train to pink dress. You had on a pink dress !
help, and he had not caught her signal.TO of Agriculture has discoveredthat OINTMENT
Washington. Careful for her (he first time AND
I. plans I saw you. ( BE COVTINUED) feeding dairy feeds to rabbits Indicates


.. ; -r rr--r rr- -rr_-r '-'_'-,---T.-T.-T.-T.-T.-T.-T.-T.-T_'.-'--T '_.-T_'.--r.T '-'-'-'-'-.T.T '-'-'_"-'-'-'; the effect the same feeds will Never
I have on cattle. Use of rabbits, which too young to start
;;
I. Man's "Conquest of Air" Really Dates wings like the birds. All the while, Is much cheaper, speeds 'up results toa using CuticuraSoap

they had but to fill a bag with hot air, rate nearly ten times that when cat.

;, .;:., From Ascension of the Montgolfiere something that needlewomen could tie are used, as the rabbits breed so Proprietors 25c.:Ointment Potter Drag 25 and; &Chem-SOc.

;;--, ('.> sew together, to float a mile high and much faster. The department began ical Corporation,Maiden Moss. S2i
*
:::o> A_;: ', On June 5, 1783, a group of curious the' air?" It Is be and the Marquis rabbit tests
? ,' let the wind carry them In the desired the feeding In 1031. In
(\ : but Incredulous dignitaries gathered d'Arlande who make the first balloon
: direction when they learned how to these experiments 20 rabbits were
c. ::;;',; .'.; near Lyons at Annonay, the home of the voyage, which lasts less than half an used for each of feed.
The
utilize Its type
currents. Have reason ;
/', rich, paper-making Montgolfier brothers hour and covers but twenty miles. to pride ourselves on we our any Inven- scientists found that the rabbits behaved Do you lack PEP' ?

f':: to witness an attempt at rising In Out of the old MontgolTiere came the
':.;. : ': tiveness, to marvel at the machines almost exactly: the same as dairy Are you all in, tired and run down71UIMTERSMlT8S
: ;;' the air. Beneath a paper bag 35; feet bubbles of gos that enabled Paris to cattle under the same conditions.
that have transformed civilization?
: '
"' >: In diameter a smoky;: fire is built The tell the world of its plight during the'
.
: Somehow we begin to wonder whether
," .... bag distends Into a globe, rises to 0000 siege.. Piccard's[ testing of the cosmic ,
'' the marvel Is not but
that Invent
.. feet and we Cannot Abolish Fairs
', sinks to the ground half a rays In the stratosphere at unprecedented -
that \, e remain blind so long to the I1J TONIC
mile away. There are cheers. In Imagination i heights, the sounding of the atmosphere I technically obvious.-New York Her. County fairs cannot be abolished by

France sees the air a new by umnaned balloons, the aId Tribune. county commissioners refusing to make Will rid you ofMALARIA
,
::-;, medium of transportation. But it is dirigibles[ of Renard. Glffard and San appropriations, Attorney General John

'-.': -, not until the following November that tos-Dumont, the huge Zeppelins that. W. Bricker has ruled In an opinion to

,. ..r:1./:.:" the first human passengers are thus cross the ocean and encircle the world. Body Needs Sunshine the prosecutor of Defiance county. He and build you up.Used tor 65 years for Chills,

carried aloft. "What !1" exclaims the The Invention is therefore of historic. Letting the sunshine permeate the points out that the Ohio laws providefor Fever,Malaria and

;.{it'" gallant Pllatre de Uozier, when he Importance. Merely a fire and a big I tissues of the body Is said to endow an appropriation to the county A General All
Drugs
-Vj' 'l'. hears that a cautious king has ordered bag-why did mankind have to wait them with power of resistance against commissioners in order to encourage SOc $1.0O At

,- the experiment to be carried out with so long for the balloon? The mate those Insidious germs "which a low vi- agricultural fairs, and that as long 81

.. two felons who are doomed to die rial and the skill were in existence.Yet tality Is unable to resist, and which the agricultural society exists the commissioners -

"shall two vile criminals have the for centuries men slavishly Imitated make us poor mortals the victims of must provide some appropriation. 8-M

glory of being the first to ascend Into nature and foolishly tried to flap all manl" -r of ailments .-Ohio Farmer. WNU-7

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TilE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1031-
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"do feel for those of you who are deemed according to law tax deed

The Clewiston News I ,either too. lazy or too indifferent to will issue thereon on the 19th day
en of March A. D. 1934. Dated this
Published every Friday in Clewiston, Castles In The Glades l } J get around to see this mighty interesting ,
Wallace 16th day of February, A. D. 1934.
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Marjorie \ Okeechobee project. WILLIAM T. HULL

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Inc. I A card from the IIaggans from Clerk Circuit Court
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= Porto Rico said they had a pleasant By Inez Magill, Deputy Clerk.
Keathley Bowden, Editor What is a mugwump? Easy, ,you city but the keel to the boat. A1 trip thus far, and asked to be remembered (SEAL) By INEZ MAGILL,

say. political straddler. But hereis woman: on a dredger or on any construction -, to all their friends. Will Deputy Clerk.

.a far more amusing definition work for that matter, is you ever forget Fred as the bewildered No. 11C Feb. 16, 23, Mch. 2, !9, 16.
Entered as second class mail mat I
which I ran across the other clay: an unmitigated nuisance but you husband in "Her Step-Hus- "
ter February 1, 1927 at the Post
Florida under A mugwump is an animal sitting on would never suspect It from the band?" NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Office in. Clewiston ,
a fence with his mug on one side manner of any man on the job. TAX DEED
of March 3 1897. The pastry recipe: 2 and 1-2 cakes
the Act ,
of it and his wump on the other. The heavy rain came up while I Philadelphia cream cheese, 1-2 cup

Now will some bright little boy or was on the Congaree and the dinner I shortening, 2 cups flour sifted, 1-2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. girl come to the front of the class bell rang at the same auspicious teaspoon salt. Mix them Into a that Foster Meredith, holder of

Advertising rates, on application. and name, the mugwumps on this moment, so I ate as the Captain's !; dough, chill in icebox over night. Tax Certificate No. 916 of the 7th
job? guest-excellent food in healthful day"of Sept., A. D. 1931, has filed
I Especially good for turnovers.I .
\ I have just come in from a most variety. Sorry that Inspector Frank said certificate in my office and
called on Paul Irons to get some
I made application for tax deed to issue -
Devoted to the advancement and Interesting trip. I have spent several Keith was temporarily off the boat, information of interest but we got
thereon in accordance with law.
welfare of'Clewiston and Hcndry hours visiting the entire length so 'I missed seeing him. I
onto a regular old, home week con- Said certificate embraces the following -
County. -' of Section -1,-Division 2. Miles and Then on to Mr. Broadfoot's )1111'-i versation about St. Pete., and that described property situated in.

miles of it, from finished and sodded ncane structure. Digging is in -' was that. However, there are other Hendry County Florida, to-wit:

ROAD PROTECTION levee to scarcely started and sodden gress here, with draglines throwing''I weeks coming. Lots 16-17-18-19 Block 167 -

levee. And the heavens opened up their own private levee around I Clewiston.
Tish tiff ardlvell and I are running
and the rains descended, but what the site. of the structure. In the office The assessment of said property
It seems that the time is ripe fora around today all over the jobs north
was a little moisture to me? were the complete plans for i under the said certificate issued was
,
concerted move on the part of res- (of Clewiston, and next week I'll tell
in the name of F. E. Hogben. Unless
the hurricane gate and an
idents ,of the South shore of Lake First stop was at drainage struc- excellent! I you all I can remember about the said certificate shall be redeemed
ture number 12, where that Wallace drawing by Haggan showing it fin-1'
trip. And if won't take
Okeechobee to the state road you
urge my according to law, tax deed will issue
department to take steps to pre- man and Supt. Hunt and the ished, and since blueprints have ai!i word for it that trotting over the thereon on the 19th\day of March,

vent the alarming number of auto engineer for the contractors, Mr. strong fascination for me I spent work is a fascinating business just A. D. 1934. Dated this 16th day of

accidents on, the road from Clewis- Redmond, made me loyally wel an absorbed half-hour poring' over I) ask Tish. February, A. D. 1934.WILLIAM '

ton to Pahokee.A come. They, have quite a hole dug, them. There is' a beauty" about any I j Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Johnson have T. HULL,
busily sending the water sizeable construction .work more sat- Clerk Circuit Court.
pumps
short time
ago a delegation moved from Pahokee to Stuart.
from Palm Beach skittering over the edge, two con- isfying than any picture hanging in (SEAL) By Inez Magill. Deputy
county requestedthe Johnson is one of the runners, on the "
the Louvre. A logical, clean-cut : Clerk.
crete mixers ready and raring to go,
state to erect barriers of some Congaree. And you can draw any No. 12C-Feb. 16 23 Mch.
for beauty.Mr. 2, 9, 16.
and they are just waiting a
sort on that i>art of the road adja-I conclusion from that statement you
cent to the canal. The delegation question of the treatment of one Broadfoot said, that his first .

pointed out that small section of the bottom to be job was on the Wilson Dam, so con- wish.A .
than an average of more settled before actual construction. crete work must be' interesting to recent advertisement screams J! '' "b)(110, O'I" "USECounselor !
one -
person- month had been "Popular know how ,Ll I
girls to flatter
drowned on that short The drainage culverts, gills are him. I. am tempted to say that Mr. Q
comparatively "
strip of road for the past twelve 'three huge pipes with their mugs Broadfoot is the best-looking Construction know their how legs. to flatter BOSH. Popular girls and Attorney at Law :if

months. and their :wumps set in concrete Superintendent on the job, their men. Hopkins Building

Safety: campaigns help, and every I wing walls and fitted with gates J. (Now don't get sore, Lidell-I didn't Well, I must be running on-I Wednesdays and Saturdays

cooperation should be given to such opened or' closed by hand with say a word about Junior Engineers) have a little flattering to do on my 9:30 to 4:00

movements. But safety campaignwon't s block and falls. But you'd be surprised but that might embarass him. own hook. Au revoir.

change human nature, and it at the size of the excavation Back from this busy point to the P. S. Just heard that the I Con-

seems as though human life were a necessary to hold them. Pop got Dania, passing the Alice ,on the way. garee was bound for Fort Pierce. \\'ntches. Clocks, JewelryJcwelr'y

too precious thing to be risked on out all the blueprints and we con- She was getting 'a new ,complexion, and then back into the St. Lucie. Repairing

the really dangerous road in its structed the whole culvert in imag- so, not being one of those persons Golly! What was all the secrecy
ination. I wondered how they about? W. H. MERRITT
present state. Traffic, both pedes who insist on testing ,fresh paint

trians and motorists, is crowded, would handle those big pipes bul'Pop with an inquisitive finger, I didn't WATCHMAKER & JEWELERRear
there are' says they will be fabricated on board her. The Dania
many curves, many was spittingout Breakfast for DoughboysThe

bridges, and canals on at least onside the spot. a stream of water and levee French cooks could never set or

of the road the greater portion : Next srtp was the U. S. Dredge building material from her fifteen- In line with the American breakfast Cleuiston Dnig. Company

of the distance. Congaree, moving majestically thru inch pipe, which stalks on'stilts which CLEWISTON FLORIDA
was demanded by the Araerlrnns -
The amount of traffic over the II the water at the end of two huffing down the levee. In the bottom of who were called to France I'. O. BOY: 521

road would certainly justify the expense and puffing tugs. And don't each section of pipe there are two during the war The French breakfast "We Are HereTo Stay"

of erecting the white metal I ask me where she, was moving to, trap-doors and when these pockets consists of a roll and coffee,

bands now used for a protecting because I don't know. Either Cap- are opened the heavier material while the American demanded eggs

fence on roadsides. It is not too tain Watson has a, very strong won't travelling, naturally, along the bot- ind bncon ns well
'
' much to expect that the ,whole distance power, or I am losing my grip because tom of the pipe, is deposited under

:f.-, should be so protected. all my blandishments could- the pipeline where ever it is needed.A ROACHENEGuaranteed I

:- The civic clubs of the lake communities n't wring a solitary fact out of him. very neat arrangement sez I. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

could well take the lead But he was a delightful host, never The Dania, like the Congaree is TAX DEED to Kill Roaches

in this movement. It should not beF" theless. And right here let me say spotless from stem to-stern. She is 2 5 cAll I

"'. necessary;to wait till ,a more serious this: If you have_ an idea that a Diesel powered, and the. electric and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
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That Mrs. M. D. Royals, holder of Clewiston Drug Stores
" accident forces the matter to dredge is a dirtyboat' and a dredge hydraulic controls in the penthouseon
Certificate 958'of
Tax No. the 7th
r our attention: crew a rough lot, :you should have top look like overgrown streetcar I ,
:; day of Sept., A. D. 1931, has filed
been on, the"Congaiee with me. She controls so much so that I ex

a DAN HEJ\nD-A'GOOD SCOUT I simply shines with cleanliness. You pected at any moment .to hear some- made said certificate application in for my tax'office deed to and issue [ ........................................................................'............................'...

could eat dinner on every square body ask to be let off ',at Bay Street thereon in accoi dance. with law.
;". inch of her, including the engine Her master, Captain Jackson, is an- Said certificate embraces the follow- ::. SEA FOOD MARKETLUNCHES :;t.t t.:. ,
One of those'things that .
make life I room, providing you could hold that; other fine-looking man, with the, ing described property situated in :: :i: :

f- infinitely worth while was the privilege much dinner. And every man on the shoulders of a professional boxer Hendry County, Florida, to-wit: ... .:..
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, of attending the Boy Scout ban ( boat, from Captain to the latest And Ralph Wardwell s inspector Lot 14 Block 409 Clewiston. :: J. G. MARTIN ::
quet at the Inn Friday night The assessment of said
"- andj deck-crew recruit, with an instinctive for the day, so needless to say I received -I property :: ::
hearing that 84 year old leader of: under the said certificate issued was FIRST DOOR NORTH POOLE'S GRO. !
courtesy makes :you feel at home. here, also, kindness.
> every LABELLE FLORIDA Y
Boy Scouts-Dan Beard. It was in the name of F. E. Hogben Unless x
aj They give not the I y
dandy banquet, a fine group of you the keys to And so home. And how sorry I said certificate shall be re ,!.:HN..:.:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:N:NNN:.:NN.

, boys, splendid and unusual .music by I I .
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a visiting Scout; some fine talks by I hew 11: 28. '

home folks and visitors, but even i Lesson I
Text Matthew
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had the I :: '
banquet been graced by the 16-19, 25-30. + xi


believe selves presence,are as of far concerned-Uncle kings as the and boys queens and our-Dan we 28 Time; Place: Probably: Galilee.autumn of A. D. :i: An Attractive Clewiston Home :;i jWe : :


John the Baptist had :: i :: :
been 'i
would still have been the show, but Imprisoned : ::
Uncle Dan : by Herod Antipas, a son of Herod Helped BId ::
show from -much would have more stolen notable the assembly the Great, to whom the wise men :: :: :;: !

.- came: 'and who slew the children of + ? xXt

Bethlehem. Antipas was heir to one-] xx +..
With rare humor he introducedinto +
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fourth of his father's kingdom, j
his talk to the boys their I +
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parents and so was called a tetrarch ori ,. .. t.
and friends, little sketches ofa "fourth i' .. :' .g. w* 'W :: :: ?!: .. ':
ruler". His domain
varied and colorful career that revealed was I Y 0i" _
Galilee
and Peraea, the latter being ,
lovable personality and a the: part of 'Palestine to the east of I

worth while character the; Jordan, a region iir,which John II '- Ii II

Uncle Dan Beard has lived for often preached and baptized. This

more than thres-cjuaiters of a cen- Herod Antipas had abandoned his I ; .

tury; he can delight you with stories wife, the daughter of the Arabian I :: .!;. .,: "n, ::: ..
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of real ,Indian days -and Indian King, Aietas and had taken as his {I .t. :: .;. :::

,warfare,. and in the next breath tell wife Herodias, who was the wife of I f X {
of meeting the Prince of Wales Herod .; .:. : ... .IfIt"1
at a Philip, her uncle the'elder : $, .
xx
Scout i x + +
Jamboree in England last brother of Herod Antipas. Anti pas I 1 1i + x

: year.Uncle stole Herodias away from Philip : +
Dan touched but lightly or while he was Philip's guest at Rome j 1y y

the more serious phases of life, but It was an act of the deepest trea4her Xy-y ty

his thoughts were driven home with y, against which John the Baptist II y.
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force ., '
J nevertheless. In telling of His was compelled to preach and this t :

youth, for example, he spoke of the preaching was punished by Antipas, I x

dime novels that were the mainstay who seized John and shut him up i j ;: y \ yyY tf

of books.his using literary the faie-poorly written in the gloomy prison palace of Ma-j *: :;:' :;: :;: <>,: ,

F same plots over chaerus, east of the dead sea. John .i:. : ii
and over, but their
redeeming feature languished there in a black dungeon y
as the veteran Scout .y.. '' .'
pointedout
for a year. Our lesson begins, .'i'. .. .:. ':.
was that their heroines were "Now when John had heard .. .;. ':.' .:.
in the
: ,' virtuous :
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and their '
,. Modern heroes brave prison' the works: of Christ, he sent .:!. .I. ?.. 'i.XX .
fiction
would !
: do well if it
two of his disciples
would hold and said unto xx
that model before the them, Art thou he that should come, .:. .:. .:. .:.
;, youth of today. .:. .2. .. .:.
or do we look for another?" .:. .;. .:. .:.
I Jesus did not ,answer "Yes" or '... .. .'. .:.

i: unbap "No", nor did he criticize John for

'tboaIr unbelief, but he said, "Go and show .:. .. .:. .:.
John again those things which ye do .'. .. ... ...


: JLesson, hear their and sight,see and; The the lame blind walk" receive, the i 1 We Can Help You To Own A Home U

F. : lepers are cleansed: and the deaf
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For March 4. 1931 hear, the dead are raised
up, and
th: Subject: Jesus' Testimony Concerning the poor have -tl\e gospel preached
v: U Clewiston Home Association n$ S.r S.
," :;' Himself unto them. And blessed is he, whosoever Building

;: : Golden', Text: "Come unto m a;,, shall not be offended in me." 'Y

all ye that labor and are, heavy lad And Luke 7: 21 says, "And In .that .;. .. .:. .

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE
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John Lucaa returned to Clew- GARDEN CLUB MEETS Station. Following this two papers were
At Mr. and Mrs. Ethertonare read "What is the Machine
iston Monday from several days visit FOR REGULAR SESSIONThe present : Doingto
Personal MentionLieut. I in Miami. making their home at the Watanabe Man?" by Mrs. B. F. Magill and
I Hotel with the parents of-the Mrs. C. E. Weaver, "The Human

Norman Latham. is spending a few regular meeting of the Clew- bride. Cost of Unemployment" by Mrs. R.
I iston Garden Club was held Thurs- E. Carlson Miss Byers and Mrs.
days visiting in the northern partof
N. L. Hemenway motoredto the state.U. day afternoon at the home of the Mary Dreyer, and a selected reading

Miami Wednesday. president,. Mrs. W. C. Owen. LaBelle 'Reverie, on Being Out of a Job" by

spent G. Moore of Moore Haven, The ,club members decided to Mrs. F. Watts Hall. Mrs. Ernest
weekend
k' ; Paul Irons the spent, the week-end here as guest of I postpone their proposed flower Booth rendered a vocal solo. Mrs.E. .
..:. visiting friends in St. Petersburg. Scoutmaster Arthur King. show this spring to sponsor a zinnia News Items I. Duval, Mrs. M. J. Bush and

;.... show which will be held later in the Mrs. R. V. Hedges read papers on
W. Sias was a business visitor "Cures "
A. for
Unemployment. Ed
Mrs. G. O. Wallace and Mrs. R. W. season. -
In West Palm Beach Saturday. MITCHELL MAKES ADDRESS A. Guest's
gar "When Father
poem
Wardwell of Pahokee, were Wednes- Members present at the meeting
\.: day visitors. in Clewiston.Mrs. were Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. F. Shook the Stove" was delivered by
: :Mrs. A. W. Lawrence spent Thursday Mrs E. E. Edwards.The .
'''' D. Duff, Mrs. Spicer, Mrs. R. Y. Pat- Charles A. Mitchell, candidate for
f' visiting' relatives in Moore Ha- Edna S. Poore, of Lake terson, and Mrs.. C. .W. McDonald.Mrs. State Senator to Washington, spoke social hour was taken up by

;,.-'; b ven. \ Wales :was here Monday and Tues- George Stewart 'of Jacksonville, !,in LaBelle at one o'clockVedne the making of plans for the monthly

:t\\: day on a business visit. was a visitor. I day afternoon.Mr. food sale at Bekemeyer's Grocery
':R;; Rev. and Mrs W. B. Furgess were Mitchell is 'a resident of Vero Saturday March 3. .

Wednesday visitors in West Palm Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson spent ETHERTOX RUSHMr. Beach in Indian River county and Refreshments of sandwiches,

:'.:: .- Beach. Monday In Pahokee visiting, Mr. seeks to succeed,Senator"Park Tram- small cakes and hot tea were served

:>: :, and Mrs.: R. J. McCormack.Mrs. and Mrs. F. R. :Maxwell an- mell in representing Florida in the by the hostess, Mis.: E.. E. Edwards,
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton were national legislature.The .
nounce the marriage of their daughter .
visitors in Stuart yesterday afternoon. S. Crews, Mrs. Hastings and
main planks of Mr."Mitchell'splatform
Mary Bush, to Glen Etherton. COMMITTEE HEADS APPOINTED
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I Mrs. F. J. Stokes spent Wednesday
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.
; are to do with great
i The wedding took place in LaBelle away FIRST CLUB MEETING OF YEAR'
r visiting in West Palm Beach. Sunday afternoon, with County inheritances, to discontinue exempt

L.: J. L. Mosher, of Atlanta, is spending Judge H. A. Rider officiating. Mr. bonds, to provide old age pensionsand The first Woman's Club
bus R. E. Fiey, J. M. Rings, and M. meetingof
Clewiston on
in
: the week and Mrs, Gratton George to seek a winter White House
r" accompanied the new year was held at the
E. of Miami who
iness. Heywood, are in Florida.]
the couple to LaBelle and were club
'" rooms Tuesday afternoon.
business here
transacting are guestsof
the only attendants at the ceremony Since this was the first meeting
! of West the Clewiston Inn.
Mr. and Mrs. Page Bussell
Mrs. Etherton Is MRS EDWARDS IS HOSTESSTO
' a popular member after the election of Club officersthe
::i..' Palm Beach, spent several days here of the ,younger set of Clewiston, QUEEN ESTHER CLASS principle business was the ao-i
this week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berry, Mrs.C. .
g and has resided, hereWith her par- ceptance of the treasurer's state-i
J. Berry and Mrs. Charles I.
ents for the past five years. She is'a ment with surrender of
"Man and the Machine" the subsequent
x. Mrs. F. A. McKenzie spent the Smith, of Phillipsburg, N. J., spenta was
junior in
the Clewiston High the books and funds and
' subject discussed at the March meet- the ap-
: : week-end at her former home In few days' here this week. School.Mr. .
. ,.. Lakeland.Mrs. ing' of the Queen Esther 'class heldat pointment of committee chairwo.*
Miss Mary McCrone and Mrs. Etherton is a son of Mr. and the Everett Hotel Thursday. The men for the coming year.

Willaid Sallas and Mrs. J. Grace Cahill spent Saturday and Mrs. Harvey Etherton of Moore subject was opened by articles by The following committee heads
Haven He has been in business In Mrs. E. E. Edwards and Mrs. Julia were named: House-Mrs. A. L.
W. Adkins, of Moore Haven, were Sunday visiting In Miami as the
f7 .., visitors in Clewiston Sunday after- guests of the Everglades Hotel.F. Clewiston for several years and is Pfaff, after the devotionals lead by Taylor, Program-Mrs. E. E. Ed*
c.' noon. proprietor of the Sugarland Service Miss Heroy. (Continued on page 8)

. R. Maxwell, van Bush Bobby -
" Dave Stryn, formerly of Clewiston Hare and Ed Ward left yesterday

now of the U. S. Dredge Con- afternoon for Miami to attend the ...
garee, spent the week-end. here visiting Loughran-Carnera fight. I-- = \VA ..........__...._.".,._ _._ ;I_ ,

friends. CATER FURNITURE CO.N.. DIXIE WEST PALM BEACH
:J:. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Trainor and 711

R. C. Nowling, Roy Greene, B. E. daughter, Barbara Ann, and Al '

;',:.- .... Nail, Elbert Stewart and F. R. Max- Trainor spent Sunday in Pahokee
., -: well were business visitors in La- where they visited Mr. and Mrs. USE YOUR CREDIT:

Hooines Rich. .
;,;_ Belle Tuesday.
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' Your credit is always good at Cater's and-here you will find the
_" C. J. Jonterman, of Illinois, who Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. W. C.
most stock of furniture in this section of the state priced to fit
complete .
:,:" is spending some time in Miami, Owen, Mrs. Spicer and Mrs. J. E.
:-. was visiting old friends in Clewis- Beardsley were among the Clewiston every purse and styled to fit every need.

r".. ton Wednesday. Visitors who attended the Flower The next time you are in West Palm Beach come in and look around. S.
Ii Show in Palm Beach.
You are always welcome.
:., J. Ervin Davis of Albany, Ga., representative -

of the Caterpillar Tractor Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McGeachy and

; Company, transacted business in their visitors, Mrs ,Jim Burgess, OIL ILNGES -
Clewiston Wednesday. Mrs. Will Sparkman, Mrs. George :

---- Selby and Mrs. John Emerson spent ......
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Mrs. E. P. Berry, of Savannah, "
Saturday inVest Palm Beach.
Ga., arrived in Clewiston Monday -

- join Mr. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Berry THE NEW 1934 '-
, ",...,.q;.) will make their home at the Clewis- Mr. and Mrs. James R. O'Farrell, p+ .. >
ton Inn. of Peoria, Ill., spent several days -
this week visiting here. They are FLORENCERANGE -

: G. B. ,Clinch, of Tampa. S. L. returning from a visit in Miami. Mr. '

Monroe, of Atlanta, Ga., and W. P. O'Farrell is a representative of the : -

Spright, of West Palm Beach, are Caterpillar ,Tractor Company.Mr. .

, i spending a few days in Clewistonon < '
J.- business. and Mrs. John B. ,Doterer, of 0
Charleston, S. C., arrived here this $ 50 -

Fred Flanders, Jr., Roger Saxon, week and are residing at the homeof k Oi
Richard Yoder, Curtis Varnadoe and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rackstraw.

U. G. Moore, of Moore Haven, at- Mr. Doterer is connected with the k' y i ,.+
tended the scout banquet honoring U. S. Engineers stationed here.
'
t Dan Beard at the Inn last Friday

:,' evening. Alex Arnette, of West Palm $5 Cash, $5 Month
I'; Beach, was a visitor in Clewiston r ;
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': R. L. Duffner, of Summit, N. J., yesterday. Mr. Arnette, who is representative -

'- arrived here this week and is making of the Consolidated The Range for every home.

his home at the Clewiston Inn. Automotive company is president of Porcelain inside and out, ..r----- ,
Mr. Duffner has accepted a position the West, Palm' Beach Kiwanis club. combining many new fea- '
=' with the United States Sugar Cor-' tures never before found on t r 1s .
these fine stoves. They are a ;
poration. The personnel of the -
local corpsof 1
clean, economical and easy ,
.
f
U. Engineers is steadily in- to use. Everyone guaranteed. -
R. P. Tyler, of Trenton N. J., creasing. During the past few days s, f
<." J. F. Bennett, of New Orleans, C. the following. men have arrived in ) I

..' G. Mullins and C. S. Hamilton, of Clewiston to work on the levee pro- COMPLETE STOCK OF

Atlanta,. are'spending several days ject: Thomas C. Dean, from Ocala,
here where they are guests of the William E. Guild, from Mayport, F. GARDNER RANGES We add no carrying charges }
fines or extras. Use your
Clewiston Inn.
S. Gary has been
assigned duty on credit here.
the concrete .construction.. Arthur
Mrs. Oliver Herman Scharnberg of \ Steil, of Fernandina is working on

Newport and Boston, will arrive in the Arundel Corporatldn contract, I FREE DELIVER TO THE GLADES I
Miami
Saturday before coming to R.
J. Morton, of Atlanta, D. C. Cole, 1
Clewiston where she will visit for Jr., of Jacksonville, D. L. Hanson, of j
several weeks with her father and Jacksonville and V. M. Murphy, of
mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs H. J. B. Birmingham, Ala.
4 Scharnberg. "- 1

GOLF CLUB SCENE OF
J. P. Percy left Wednesday even- PRETTY PARTY THURSDAYMr.
ing for West Palm Beach where he !

visited briefly before enrouting for and Mrs. E. R. Fontaine were j

Savannah, Ga., where he will spend hosts to a large', group of their
'
several days on business. He was ac- 'I friends Thursday Evening at a bridge Supreme
companied to West Palm Beach by and dance at the Clewiston Golf Values

Mrs. Percy and Mrs. H. J. B. Club 'The patriotic motif was BED SPRING _' d;
I :' Scharnberg who returned Thursday.S. used in the decorations.Nine ,
tables of bridge were in play STUDIO COUCH MATTRESS

T. Henry, staff writer ,of En- the early part of the evening and OUTFIT ODD
' gineering News-Record and special I later dancing was enjoyed. At midnight A practical piece of furniture to

" ,>':,,;;, .,.''. writer of the New York Times, was a delightful buffet supper was fill up that. vacant spot in your Brand new-Simmons Steel bed DRESSERS ,.t,
/ '> ;
::: \ Henry was collecting data for a series Invited were: J. F. Terrill, to a full size or twin bed. Com- and heavy Roll Edge all Cotton with swinging mirror. These
;;:;;::S":._,; of articles for the Engineering of New York, O. A. Jones, J. W. plete with three pillows. mattress. Dressers have just arrived.

-: :,'' ".' News-Record in which he will describe Moran, J. J. Harrington, John Lu $19.50 $19.50 .
$22.50
:--t;,;. .. ..-. the Okeechobee flood control caa, F. A. Paris, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. CASH $4 MONTH '
'>:':. : and navigation project. Duff, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, $4 CASH $4 MONTH $4 CASH $4 MONTH1 ,

Air and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Mr.

.,J: Miss Evelyn Hare, who was Injured and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mr.
." in an automobile accident and Mrs. C. F. Goodman, Mr. and j

here Sunday evening is recuper t- Mrs Russell Whidden, Dr. and Mrs. CATER'Si

....,: trig at the Good Samaritan hospital O. F. Schiffli, Mr. and Mrs. J, P.
in West Palm Beach. Miss Hare Percy, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt,

was accompanied to West Palm Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer,
:-::: Beach Tuesday by Mrs. R. M. Hare, Mrs. Stokes, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. 711 N. DIXIE PLENTY OF WEST. ; PALM BEACH.
;. ,.. Mrs. A. A. Munroe and R. M. Hare, Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miner, PARKING SPACE.T. '
'-:' Jr., who returned to Clewiston later Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Hill) and Mr, and

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YOU. PICK OP EVERYTHING -
THAT HORRID MOUSE CLINCHING THE DIAGNOSISThe
you WANT 10 KEEP: AND

DOwN IN THE- ....,....
TAKE. cr. .:';: She woke up In the early hours of eminent alienist recognizedthe
SEMEN r the morning and nudged her sleeping thug who was holding him up. ,
VkcLeJl husband. "Look here," he protested, "I'm -
"Jack," she said in a hoarse whisper, your benefactor.. Don't you recall
"Jack, wake up! There's a mouse In that I once saved you from a life sentence -
the bedroom!1" "
by proving you: crazy?
Hubby unwillingly sat up. "Sure, I remember you now," the
"Well what about It?" 1 e groaned."I thug said as he continued his work.
can hear it squeaking" she said
"And ain't holclin' up your benefactor -
fearfully. a crazy thing to do?"-Boston
"Well, d'you want me to get out and Transcript.
oil it, or something?" he snapped.

The. Long Talk -
e ll l I It d THE BULL'S EYE ."After 1 got through with my remarks ,

-'--- ," said the orator, "the people

applauded loudly." I

.' "I joined in that applause," replied I

..:1- Miss Cayenne.
:.' l "You were interested?" .
5 !(,1i "Yes, and grateful. I was afraid

for awhile that you had grown absentminded -

and thought you were a.,.. t
,l filibustering."-Washington Star. w l


et The Sage SpeaksHe
was about to be married, and
was listening to advice from his various
friends
Angry Employer-Do you mean to
much A wise old man said to him: "Now,
contradict. me? You_ haven't as
sense as a donkey. my boy, if you want to be a success,
r- Foreman-No. sir. I don't pretendto be clean about the house; be kind
set and thoughtful;. be kind to dumb an;
my opinion up against yours.
l imals; but, whatever you do, don't
'
Shelled Turkey say, 'What a smart woman that Is
[ The. newly married couple were having living next door!I'"-London Tit-Bits. I
r turkey for the first time. "I don't
know how It Is," remarked the hus- AND HIS SIZE
k band, "but this bird's got bones allover
If. Have It. Just listen to. the knife on .. .
t THE FEATHERHEADS Things Changed them." .

I.. / i G'NIGHT'COME -LJRNEP OUT p'sAY THAT e.S "Oh, how silly of you,.darling! Thosearen't
: gav bones. Those are the shells."
OVEK
1'0 BE A MARIEN -
/! "
A CARP "Shells?
Ii! AGAIN , GET-m4&
WAS 1N'WE'RB \ "Yes. Don't you remember you said
k NOME
CAB AND sHE. 5 you like turkey with oyster stuffing

cc SAID\ -
Winner's Luck

:. I I "Where is your little brother?" :
r "In the hospital." .

"What Is the matter?"
"We tried to see who could swallow -
: 'c r.' a penny down farthest and he "What do you call a man who runs
z 'I an automobile
1'\ won. "Depends on how near he comesto
,
hitting me. -
A Cheerful View ,f"--
Hicks-Too bad they put you on the

cR) nightshift. permanently EnlightenmentAn
r I Wicks-Oh, I don't know. By work- army officer was showing his
in' nights I'll save my room rent, and fair young guest round the barracks.
;;:' I'll board. Presently a bugle sounded.
by sleepin' days save .my
"What's that for, Tom?" she asked
,
Scheme the young man.
"That's the tatoo" he
,
replied.
hc
: "My neighbors are trying to per-
-\\ WNY 1>ON'? You NOW WAIT!! SO ED SAYS suade me to make a rock garden." She raised her eyebrows under-

HELP Me iJ, EDWINGOOD "Why standingly.
You're1 NOT AS SA'SYoU'RE "They think I'll gather up all their "Oh, I see," she said. "I've often
-WHEN HE2lI seen it on soldiers' arms, but I didn't.'know .
As
6AJLLANJT AS WHEN 1 odd rocks.
BUOYAMT "
they had a special time for It.

\WAS A GAL'Doubles WAS A 60Y- '//1. Intent Listener

Distant Relative
: "-J /E'llL Bore-And then, with my last bul-
= I "Don't speak evil of him. He Is
let, I saved my native bearer from be-
ing mauled by a tiger. your relative."
Bored-Poor fellow! And-er- "Yes, but a distant one."
JciiTTT "I thought he was your brother."
what happened to the tiger?
"Yes, but he is the eldest and I
Golden Voice the youngest"-Gezzettlno Illustrate;

&fr1' "1 -can't think why they make so Venice.
much fuss about Miss Smith's voice.
Miss Jones has a much richer voice." Procrastination
"Yes, but Miss Smith has a much Wife- John, I gave you tills letterto
richer father." mail a month ago and I just foundit
in your plaid coat. pocket!

ADVANCE NOTICE Husband remember! I took .ff
the coat at the time to have you

:T I Western Newspaper Unton sew a button on It and it isn't sewed won ;\.

yet! ; .

TAIL SPINS Might Versus Right

Sowerbier-They tell me that In Visitor-If your mother gave you a
China human life is so cheap that large apple and a small one, and told
when a rich man is condemned to you to divide with your brother, which r jv o J,
death he has no trouble hiring an- apple would you give him' ?
other man to die in' his place. Johnny-D'ye mean my big brotheror

t Sidebottom-Ah, I see. A man my little one? 1

could probably make a good living i .
tliere by acting as substitute, couldn'the Playing Safe 'fY'
? 4. Mother-As soon as. you're asleep I III y

if \\ the angels will come into your room w4tiWTj7jiO1IS

All in the Red <. to guard you.
"I think a woman should be "What was all that loud roaring I Betty-Oh, well, take my chocolates -
willing
'' ?" ofiC the dressing-table and put them under "I know I'm going to have trouble
to go through anything for a.man now- heard in your apartment last night "
: :a8ays. "We were having a quiet little game my pillow. with my new neighbor. "
"What makes think so?
you
"So do I-but, so few of them have and the deuces were wild.
"He's already begun advertising himself
anything:" NO USE .
as a lover of peace."
No Scandal

I. HIGH. PRESSURE Miss Wills-They''e only been mar- Much Eloquence
j ried six months, but whenever her husband -
.s,. -- "What are you going to talk aboutIn
f' goes away on business she Is delighted v
?
1:" and. prepares to have a good congress "
"Many things, answered Senator 1 voL
i' time.Miss Sorghum, "but not necessarily In pub-
Bills-Ah! Do you know, I suspected -
lic. My constituents will keep me explaining -
something like that. I always
< eloquently why there aren't
-
I: saidMiss Wills-Yes-you see, he takes appointments body." enough to satisfy every- O

her with him. '

a. c is Painfully True u
.. On the Spot "Never mind, dear, time Is a great 0on
k.
.'. "They say talk Is cheap." Wife-Wake up, John, wake upl! healer, you know."
r': "Don't believe It.. I let a real es- There's a burglar In the next room. "Do you tell your wife everything?" "Maybe; but he's not much as I
tate agent talk to me for five minutes Husband-Well, I've no revolver. "It isn't necessary. My wife knows beauty doctor."
once and It cost me 55000." You go on In and look daggers at him everything."


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...,u_,...__,._ .......__,. "__"",, ,.o== Old man Rajik stirred uneasily In .
1'i'P' WOMAN OF 1934 his Igloo. lie listened attentively, ,

but only the cracking of Ice and a

". ,' sibilant whisper came to his ears.
.. ,"... Why Doctors Favora
' .
: Acknowledged New Elementin The silence became oppressive, and

finally the papa Eskimo could con-

7 Nation's Affairs.By tain himself no longer. Liquid LaxativeA

i "Hey, daughter," he cried. "Are .

( Gretta Palmer, Woman's Page you there?" "
; Telegram.Editor of the New' York World- "Yes." -

"Is Iloona there?"
Nowadays there are two subjects
"Yes." doctor will tell you that the care-
'. .
; which certainly command the human ;
Satisfied, Rajik settled down to less use of strong laxatives may do :' ,,
Intelligence. They are women and
sleep. Time passed. Suddenly he more harm than good. ,;
economics. Looking over civilized .
any awoke with a start. There was no Harsh laxatives often drain the ';
bookshelf, one is astonished to
3S s! ? 4> sound below, but his daughter was system, weaken the bowel muscles, i
find to what an extent the role of
not abed. Astounded, he looked at and even affect the liver and kidneys. ,..',:
modern woman is involved. One is
his watch. "Good grief," he mut- Fortunately, the public is fast
also astonished to discover that
our tered, "this younger generation !I" returning to laxatives in liquid form. ;
future, in terms of wheat and oil, is
"Hey, daughter," he 'elled.uIt's The dose of a liquid laxative can ba -
being wisely discussed on all sides. .
. : March. Isn't that young man going measured. The action can thus bo
Looking over a shelf of our library -
: I home tonight?"-Wall Street Journal. regulated to suit individual need. It ,J
and without cheating we find forms habit i
no ; you needn't take a )
seven titles in which the word Woman a
"double dose" .-
Your local dealer carries Ferry's a day or two later. ,
/
is involved, out of a possible
Pure Bred Vegetable Seeds. Now Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin gently ':
twelve. That, mesdames, is high .
helps the
only 5 cents a package. Adv. average person's bowels
marksmanship. It means that we, back to regularity. Why not try it? <1
as a subject for controversial writing -
Some pill or tablet be
Equal Evils- may more con :
,. are pretty fancy stuff.' venient to carry. But there is little 'it
Indiscreet words will :
keep a man
And as a matter of fact, we are. "convenience" in any catharticwhichis ?

For we have made more tremendous as poor as carousing will taken so frequently, you must '

strides towards achievement than carry it with you, wherever you gol I ."y
Dr. Pierce's Pellets best for liver
are .
,
other within the '
any group memory bowels and stomach. One little Pellet fora Its very taste tells you Dr. Cald- :

',''., 'of. the current generation. Women, laxative-three for a cathartic. Adv well's Syrup Pepsin is wholesome. A ':

if you' remember, were conspicioussome delightful taste, and delightful action. ;' .::1:
:
: ; .. fifty years ago as the Little '. They_Go Together Safe for expectant- mothers and : ..

'...",.' Ladies who gilded fly swatters as a "Get avoirdupois and you'll have children. All druggists, ready for ,(
-' ,, ;tit. decoration for the home-in word .1' poise," Aunt Em.NEVER in bottles. .
: : a says use, big Member. N R. A. ,; ;j

.,,..}.; they were the complete Intellectual '-":1
:, ? y washout. Today things have some- ,:,

, what changed. .

Today a woman' like your humble TABLET :
FORGET THIS
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: ::; The Ingenious Trapdoor Spider. servant can, without shame, admitto

running a Woman's Page. Todaya

V*,','%.vJ-"*',,. Prepared'Washington by National D. C.-WNU Geographic Service.ALTHOUGH Society... I Iw doily spider, Linyphia communis. It woman can confess that she livesin It Means the REAL ARTICLE :

.... f places its hammocklike web well below :
the mere mention a woman's hotel without fear of :1

?'. ; r' to most laymen gives the tops of small and shrubs or largeherbaceou's 'being accused of being a perfectly '. ,

'r" .- ;"= : "creeps," the insect plants directly under splendid force in the W. C. T. U.

'::' has been the subject of interesting the favorite feeding places of such in- movement. Today, in a word, a GENUINE, AYER Of BayerManufacture'0" .

.-.f..: scientific study by entomologists. sects as plant lice and leaf hoppers. woman can express an interest in the ; ASPIRIN 1 ."'., '

':: ". For the sojourning :Naturally, every disturbance of the of her sex without Intimation -- '
.. ,. :- spider enthusiast progress any : : '; }:1
and leaves shakes shower of
j!J:: -*, In the country, whether in the United twigs: into the snare. a of her being a shedder of .,. : ,, .

s'- ,:. States or In any ,other land of temperate Itbits web. is better suited Sweetness and Light,; or a prude. ', :' ,'.:o,
dome-shaped
The
s' cHmat'e, the dawn of a late midsummer for catching insects rising from I There. ,was.a time, not so long ago, When you go to buy aspirin, Remember this'for your own 'd

;.. 2b ;' day in a marsh meadow holds ,,:hen nobody talked, economics except just remember this Tell friends
Every protection
; :
the ground in flight, as do'about your :
r; .. promise of It is sear many : solemn with Ph. D.'s ; :
: delight. ,spider' young men '
dusk or in the morning. tablet of real aspirin of about it for'their ..y
| ;',- son, the time when the fairy 'spinners ; and radicals: Those days havepassed.
Irregular net webs; haphazard tangles Bayer manufacture: .is protection.Demand .Y:J
$/ : are'to be observed at their best, when .. 'No'w, anyone with a vestigeof .
of threads of'all lengths, are spun'by .stamped with this cross. No and :
|ii-: ', small, dainty webs, usually overlooked, { interest'' in current affairs must : I.
; J." that annoyer: of h usewiv'es'in all1 tablet ,without this cross is get Genuine .:.
f stand out in perfect design against,the ,evince some appreciation of the experiments '
i I. : temperate climates, the common house GENUINE ..:1
., : ,. ; I' green of leaf and grass, the filmy silkf spider, and by many other species. under consideration in our Bayer.. Aspirin.'. BayerAspirin." 4ti, ." ,:'

." .;" ;.1' glisteningwith. dew. Once considered \fe6s-) nation's Capitol. And, by the same ; ; Not Harm fhe Heart : .::
: .;:. everwh'ere-hundreds of primitive, ,;such Genuine:Bayer Aspirin Does ..:
Webs we13
who is
: token, everybody today alive. MEMBER N. R. AjLQK -J.
now are regarded as degenerate; They
" S .
:. them, thousands, 'of'thembillow a to 'contemporary happenings 'must; .J
probably represent an evolution from
i- ,: ,::"- *:-. gossamer sea in the, morning light awaken: to the fact that woman-.is abrand '
.
-i the: sheet type altered to decrease're- The ookman's' Parable' The Voice of 'a Few : }
( ;"'''':'; There are funnel webs, sheet webs, new element in national af-. :; :
'
.. ,-:; _-- ,.- .'. hammock webs, w.ebs,of indescribable sistance to ,the wjnd and to facilitate' fairs. "I: can read you like a bo k." .'.' The creative-.id as destined to re"Why :;,:,
'. ; mending. As l1y-trnp's.tley effective .
'.: shapes, and, finest of all, near the edge' Perhaps she wip': be a permanent don't you; then 1 You skip rf"-: \e society have,ulwacs been the :,'::
', and in addition ]
;; usually serve
': ef the woods, the beautiful orb webs, for brood of : .institution. Perhaps she will not. Nobody whatlyou don't. like in a book. Why of the mln rity.-Harry ,,:
)yell rearing the spider-
., -. '. l jeweled:in their radiant symmetry. lings.. can tell.; There have been too ling !; :oyerlt in ,me, ?" rsbn Fosdick. .:.J z
,
marvelous '
'.' Spiders are spinners., Like human fishermen,' many spider many' ages in, .which woman was .,' -=r:1
: From the many micros.cQpic.spigots at roughly negligible for the ,most :
species have found thht a' plane net
I ... the tips of their heavy abdomens they of two dimensions is not only economical sanguine feminist, to. .predict!,! -what :
ke ths
conjure several kinds of silk withrIi" : of weight and matel'lals' ideal ";happen now.4 # tst :.+

which to construct webs of 'exquisite But .we.are quite in -
; obviously
for landing a catch. The ,orb web, ; a .
m; : J > design and beauty. They make snaresf"if'.i' built 'on'-this principle' may be put in state of flux' and change, so, far ,aswomans' 1

; : for their prey, sacs for their, : eggs, shelters status is concerned. And it at them ,, and your" cheeks, too, without
: exposed places, where is most ,
enemies, prey <> >>, they'possess the natural glow of
bog
for protection from t -
:-'t;; > nobody to be too co ksl1re
plentiful,. sipce with construction behooves '
.. its-open < P'* health, which o6m.'es 'from 'a sufficiency of rich, red
: draglines for security I In movement; .. :
what outdome ,
, ;: \ : the 'skies and i it, offers little resistance. to the on : the; is bound to, be. +blood? If they do, make-up js simple if they don't
; 't '' balloons for navigating:: "
: : wind. .. "Perhaps Women, as Sherwood '
' read on : yon may find one pf the reasons why your
:
; : other things for service in their
":.- many Anderson said in his last book
Suspended from a framework of skin is not clear,and rosy
.-. lives. '
q:: S. ; "- varied and'romantic stout baselines! and carefully spacedto meaning that the idealism of the You 'cannot have red lips, rosy cheeks, energy and

:' .:\. ,' Although the silken webs are of permit" freedom of movement In race might find its final hope in wom, Sfa ks%:' cheerfulness if your blood is in a run-down condition.

; : ,', .; Many different design, the finery of spinning, its. 'threads.'form a wheel- anhood. Perhaps we must, accept a Lack-'of hemo-glo-bin, the red coloring of the blood,
; : .' Ute individual spider does not, change also indicate weakened of the
\ condition
But may a body
.. ',like design of maximum strength with less, glorious future; one thingis '
;, '. with the Each loss of strength appetite.
; : ., :> passing seasons. species minimum of material.. The spider sits at certain..:-that it is anvexciting and + .w: poor
-<:::,,:"'. has its own style of web, to which : S.S.S. is not just a so-called tonic but a tonic specially
the hub, ready instantly to detect a unpredictable thing; to .be .a :woman "
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stimulate secretions and also
: :; all its members adhere so long as en designed gastric ,
: 1934.Little
;\ snared Victim and pounce upon it In in .-
the mineral elements in
,:.:/") ':, ;. rironment remains unaltered by geologic having so very, very necessary
ti< ', .. progress. the net-snare methodof( of catching prey '? restoring a low:hemo-glo-bin content. If your condition
'; the orb web is the spider's last 'word. 'Chance of Gold e suggests a blood tonic of this kind, try S.S.S. -
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Evolution of the
,
, ',' \.. Few, if, any, other animals, human or. -- ;, Unless your case is exceptional, you should soon notice ,

,j/ ; ',:, : Students believe the. first web, a subhuman, have equaled it. Rush :to. PhilippinesThe a pick-up in your appetite your color and skin -(:

;. ; '- simple tube! evolved from the ,drag Although' tho 'most symmetrical web existence of gold in the, Philip- k' should improve with increased strength.

_::.<. .- lines used., by the, 'spider in going in' ever made by a spider Is not,.really pines is. no new. story, says n writer S.S.S. is sold by all drug stores in two sizes the

: :: ." ',; ''' 'and out of a hole in .the ground, Its perfect, according'to"'human standards, l in ''the1'' :New York Herald l 'Tribune. larger is more economical The s.s.S. Co,

:' < 'first retreat. These threads of silk scientists marvel at the accuracy with 'Alluvial-gold,, i's found in m'apy parts
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_,. :; : finally lined the nest and radiated' from which angles.. and ,distances. are."meas. :.of ''the .islands,- ,and the Spaniards
.
:. the entrance. Striking! against the ured." knew: :for several= ,centuries'that there Kitchen Needs It! f
lines, victims would be detected and Every
I Method of Construction. was,; plenty ofgold in the mines of

seized by the watchful, spider. northern Luzon, which 'the bead 11 :
By extending the sheet about the The spider starts her geometricalweb
hunting! Igorrotes could( work at'some S U t R'GRAifRPU8ER
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:. entrance to the tube and bringing theo with perimeter lines connecting slight profit to themselves l but-which. giN li !

-mot' \ latter out of! the ground, the spider objects around a space large enoughfor yielded too.little return on hard laborto

. developed the funnel' :web. The axis* her purpose. From these lines she make systematic exploration worth

of the web was shifted in the courseof suspends a few threads which con
the risks'with which the '
pagans enlivened -
this change until the tube of, the verge at the center of the future web.Now .. ':
) ; operations: In the 'course of For Making For Slicing
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funnel became almost horizontal, and begins, the process of spacing the' '
.the Apples Potatoes
last thirty years scores of American Potato Chips
later the lower part was expanded intoa radii. She attaches the end of a new Shoestring Potatoes Cabbage Carrots
who
ex-soldiers have been shown
net. These changes give us the typical radius at the center and runs along' } French Fried Potatoes Beets Onions

funnel web, such as is spun by a spoke already laid down, spinningout Igorrote gold :have also gone pros- For Grating Cheese Sausage,,
pecting in the hills north of Baguio Horseradish.Potatoes. Cold Meats etc.. /
the common grass spider.: Angelena the silk for the new one as she Carrots. Cheese, etc. any desired thicknessKa
with indifferent success; At long Intervals'valuable'pockets -
the
naevla. goes. When she reaches perimeter Jfo-
.' : were found, move cutting your flnprere with a knife! -
Inside the tube of the funnel, especially line, she takes a fixed number of steps .5 Use. more rapine: them with the old-fashioned.
Tbo 4-IN-l. slices grates shreds and.cubes
but there was never a great strike. grater
; when this tube. leads backward along it and attaches the new thread. with ABSOLUTE SAFETY..111 KIIAOTIOJC
: because the gold !Is not that kind of C DICKS' of tho time.. and more easily n+rtre uniformly
I. ; among tangled blades of rasses, the This process is repeated until all the and more thoroughly' than you could do by hand.Will .
'.' gold. It is'mixed with pther'ml pay for Itself in food saved along A child
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attempts to work it commerciallyhave (PLAIN) lifetime of ti rv\'o. Sent postpaid on receipt ot
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PAGE EIGHT -. THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1031.

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(,, LABELLE NEWS State's witnesses at the trial of J. L.i.I r ter considerable objection" but no restored to its former depth of 22 and I will give you rest. Take my

Taylor contradictory evidence from the feet.The yoke upon you, and learn of me:.
,(Continued from page 5) Ivan Faylor and son, Marvin, of I State was granted by the court. Tay- work at Fort Pierce will pre- for I am meek and lowly in heart;
wards Finance-Mrs. R. V. Hedges, Canton, Ohio, visited Carl E. Roy- lor declared he was 'unable to furnish vent any delay in the shipment of and ye shall find rest unto your
L and Publicity-Mrs. Mary Hayes er and E. S. Royer Monday, and I a cost bond, although he stood rock and gravel from the north for souls" This word "come" is said
Davis. Tuesday. ready to furnish a subsidiary bond. use on the Lake Okeechobee project. to be used 642 times in the scrip-
I
.. At the social hour pimento cheese Taylor was consigned to the county Freighters will bring the materialIn tures, and here it has its most kind-

" sandwiches, tea, cakes and orange Mrs. Arthur Gomez, arrived Tues-I jail until such time as the court to the Fort Pierce harbor and ly meaning. ,
juice was served by the hostesses, day to be with the Senator here. should fix his bond for appearance' from there it will be lightered to the '. ..
Mrs. R. V. Hedges and Mrs. Ernest The Senator and Mrs. Gomez spent when the case is appealed to the Lake via the St. Lucie canal. IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH -
r Booth. Tuesday night with Col. and Mrs. W. Supreme Court. The CoYigaree will remove all JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA -
J. Blanding In Fort Myers. shoal from Lock No. 2 to Stuart.It IN AND FOR HEXDKY
P. T. A. BENEFIT SCHOOJ.lSVILJJ CONTINUE is not known what work will be COUNTY; IN CHANCERY.
TAYLOR 'FOUlGUILTY FULL EIGHT MONTHS assigned to the dredge when that is

,: An evening of entertainment for (Continued from page 1) completed, but another dredge will GLAYS W. SEABERG,
ten cents will be the. feature of a (Continued from page 1) take its place on the Lake work Complainant. for
Bill Divorce.
r program to be presented by the La- each challenged the limit of five. At number is very low and the places here. ARTHUR vs. W. SEABERG,
Belle Parent-Teachers Association noon Tuesday only five men had I will be filled from the relief rolls. The pipe line dredge Congaree Defendant.It .
March 10. been selected and the panel was exhausted The CWS regulations provides began work on the Lake project in appearing by affidavit appended -
This program, which Is under the By consent' of both counsels that all teachers who are dependent June 1932 and has been engaged in to the sworn bill of Complaintin
management of George Wood, will R. N. Miller of LaBelle was upon their teaching salary will excavating an auxiliary floodway the above entitled cause that the
: be in two parts. A play with a cast chosen to fill the vacancy. The be paid from a special fund and will channel leading from the 6 foot con- defendant Arthur L. Seaberg is a
of nine lady members of the association other jurors were R. C. Nowling and receive the same pay as under their tour south of Rocky reef in Lake non resident of the State of Flor-
and a mock trial will provide an Roy Green of Clewiston, D. L. McLaughlin contract with the county school Okeechobee to connect with the navigation ida, that there is no person within
evening of entertainment for those Theodore Yeomans, and board, "provided the contract price channel at Liberty Point. the State of Florida the service of
: Edward Nowllngs of LaBelle. does not exceed the schedule set up The dipper dredge Mayaca Is also on process in Chancery 'upon whom
; who
come. would bind the said defendant.It .
Circuit Judge George W. White- by the state." this same portion of levee and navi-
All proceeds from this program is thereupon ordered that the
needed hurst presided. District Prosecuting It Is planned that no time will be gation work.
are to be used In purchasing defendant Arthur L. Seaberg be
i Attorney Guy M. Strayhorn and 'lost between the school term pro-
school supplies. I and appear to the Bill of Complaintin
r J. C.. Adklns, Prosecuting Attorney' vided by the county and that pro- SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON said cause on or before the '5th
AIRPORT PROJECT GOES TO for the Eighth Circuit represented I vided by the CWS. The LaBelle day of March A. D. 1934 otherwIsethe
TALLAHASSEE FOR APPROVAL the State and counsels for the de- schools, which opened three weeks (Continued from page 4) allegations of said Bill of Com-
fense were Attorneys W. D. Bell of earlier than the Clewiston school, same hour he cured many of their plaint will be taken as confessed,

Telegraphic approval of a CW A Arcadia and Arthur Gomez of Key will go under the CWS on March infirmatles and plagues, and of evil by him.
Vest 9th, while the date for the Clewiston spirits; and unto many that were I. It Is further ordered that the
project providing for the preparation above notice be published in the
y :: of an ,airport near LaBelle Is A summary of the case follows. A. school will be three weeks later, or blind ,he gave sight." When John's Clewiston News a newspaper pub-
Horn March 30th. There will be disciples were Jesus said to the
J. General dis gone
Manager of the no
time to
: .expected at any according lished in said County and State oncea
Gordon Perry, Cashier of the Bankof Standard Lumber Company, of ruption of studies, and it is not anticipated multitude, "Verily I say unto you, week for four consecutive weeks.
;t.1 LaBelle and aviation enthusiast. Live Oak testified that he had received that the difference in the Among them that are born of wo Done and ordered at LaBelle,
C. Franklyn Wheeler, Divisional a tax statement from. Taylorfor operation of schools will be In anyway men there bath not risen a greater Florida this 1st day of February _. i
'' Director of Airports; has"been spendIng $3612, had remitted a check for discernable to the students. than John the Baptist: Notwith A. D. 1934. rs
some time* In LaBelle lately andit that amount and after a month had I standing he that is least in the king WILLIAM T. HULL,
was with his backing and approval written for a receipt. Some time REDELSHEIMER LEADS dom of heaven is greater than he. Clerk Circuit Court.
that the project was sent to Tal-! later he received tax receipt, number IN BRIDGE TOURNEY And from the days of John the Baptist By Inez :Magill,
2100. until now the kingdom of heaven (SEAL) Deputy Clerk.
lahassee last Saturday. Major A.
B. McMullen, Aviation Director of Lucille Small testified that she (Continued, from page 1) suffereth violence, and the violent LOUIS O. GRAVELY,
at V. Owen take it force. Solicitor for Complainant.
6 by
the CWA and head of the A Aviation had worked in Taylor's office, knewTaylor's 1.2L
Downs 7 1 For all the prophets and the law
Department of the State has been signature and that :the receipt -
urging the construction of airportsat w'as"inade and signed by him. W. Prewitt -2 .3 prophesied until John. And If ye I NOTICE, OF APPLICATION FOR
strategic points 'and It Is expected Elbert L. Stewart, cashier of the R. Beardsley8 -1.2 will receive it, this is Elias, which TAX DEED
that, ,with his backing as well as First Bank of Clewiston testified K. Hartsfield7 -1.4J. was for to come."
that of Mr. Wheeler, the project will that the check had-been deposited! to McMakin, 14 1-2 2,4I. The reference to the coming'f NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
be approved and 'w'ork1l. (; begin Taylor's account in his bank, and Smith 11 1.6 I Elias (Elijah) is from Malachi 4:5, That FOSTER MEREDITH, holderof
;: soon. that his 'bank was' the official depository R. Smith .16 -2.3 j "Behold, I will send you Elijah Tax Certificate: No. 803, 7th day
of the M. Lawler .17122,5 the prophet before the coming of the of July, A. D. 1930, has filed said
County at that time.E. office and made
B. Owen great and dreadful day of the Lord." certificate in my
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ms. ROYER G. Hauselt -4.2
ENTERTAINSMrs. ,Assistant State Auditor application for tax deed to issue
M. Drew The lesson continues "But where-
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testified that he made
a complete thereon in accordance with law.
.. C. E. Royer, entertained her audit of Taylor's books and K. Lawler .29 1-2 4.9 unto shall I liken this generation? Said certificate embraces the following -
' bridge club and found that East-\Vest, T tal. Average It Is like unto children sitting in the situated
: a few;: guests at her the duplicate and, triplicate -IA described property
- home Saturday afternoon. copies of tax receipt number Thomas 48 .._r 6.9 markets, and calling unto their fel in Hendry County, Florida, to-wlt:
: After a luncheon two tables of 2100, the original of which had I Mrs. Lockhart 44 ',,y": 6.3M. lows, and saying We have piped Lot 4 Block 156 Clewistqn.. "
: contract were played, winners belnMiss g been sent, to the Standard Lumber I Williams 33 1-2 5.6D. unto you, and you have not danced; The assessment of said property

t' ':.:: Marjorie Lynn Caldwell. and Company,, were In an. otherwise unused Lockhart 22 ;,.2-; 3.1 we have mourned unto you, and ye under the said certificate issued,
in the name of C. C. Jvlutts.
Miss Marie Malakowsky: book, were marked "used fosample" E. Shelley 1 .1 have not lamented. For John came was
r Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
I
- 1111. -12" neither eating
instead of Alston -2.4R. nor drinking, and
being made carbon according to law, lax deed
d Sands -16 ;"1'' they say, He hath a devil The Son -
SOUTH BAY, PUNTA GORDA copies of. the receipt as required ; ;-2,7 will issue thereon on the '12th day.
:;; : SCALPED BY law Riviere -11 1-2 !{':.2.9 of Man came eating and drinking! :
LOCAL CAGE Ry! by and that there was no,record of March, A. D. 1934. : -
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of Hoover -30 ::7.5N. and they say, Behold a man glut
the money ever having been distributed Dated this 9th day of Feb.; A. D.
R. :7.6'Mrs. tonous, and a winebibbler friendof "
:;. Two more basketball teams have to the county ,fuijds or In Latham30 a 1934. -
come and gone back home to other Eeftlng 91-2 : 48; publicans and sinners. But wisdom
tell any place. at the deposition} ( of WILLIAM T. HULL,
" their friends that LaBelle ,can play. ..the county' 'boor state.. 'li:..was also T. Eeftlng 9 1-2 ,,'.',4'.9 is justified of her children." (SEAL) Clerk_ of Circuit Court,
real basketball \ brought out'that all other receipts D. Sathre 9 1-2 .3.2 Then Jesus spoke a prayer in Hendry. County, Florida

s ;.. In the past week the LaBelle team" made at that time were' taken .In Christopher2212 -J.2 which he clearly claims to be the Feb. 9, 1934-5t
played South the son of God: "At that time Jesus answered
and ere
,. Bay Punta Gorda regular.' order and numbered
winning both games the scores being in the vicinity of 1250.* ,PAIRINGS, FOR GOLFTOURNEY and said, I thank thee, 0 "
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. 21-6, and 20-12 respective\ r J. Frank Miller, Clerk,-In :the office GIVEN BY PRO Father, Lord of heaven and earth, NOTICE OF OPENING OF REGISTRATION -
of these teams are in. the"'conferenceBoth of the State Treasurer; testified because thou hast hid these things BOOK IN

games were marked ,by .the ,that he had received all 'the remittances (Continued from page 1) from the wise and prudent, and hast : PRECINCT
strong lead maintained frqmithe and reports from Taylor's of- Butler, 25. revealed them unto babes. Even so,

first whistle by the home team'.. Inmost ;fits at the time In question, that he W. M. Rdeelshelraer, 28, and E. Father; for so It seemed good in thy Notice is book hereby for given District that 1 the of
t
of the lied J. Rogero, 25. sight. All things are delivered unto registration
games this made a diligent
season ;the search of his Hendry County will be open at Al-
home boys have shown a tendency, to records: and that there was ,no report C. V. Parkinson, 23, and H. Land, I me, of my father: and no man ston's Drug Store in Clewiston,
step out and fight only when the'opponents or remittance for the sum in 25. knoweth the Son, but the Father: I Florida, from March 5 through
had the edge on the stor question or for any sum after, July M. W. Bigg, 24, and Lt. N. L. neither knoweth any man the Father March 31, the Registration Officer
\ The next and last conference' 26 1932, or for the Okeechobee Hemenway, 23. save the Son, and he to for which District is Parker Wilson.

game,'Is with Moore Haven on. eFlood Control after April 7, ; .1932. First round matches must be ever the Son, will reveal whomso-I JOHN L. HALL,
LaBelle court March 7. -'. Frank Dougherty, present Tax played before Saturday, March 10. And then Jesus gave to us Supervisor of Registration,
The, girls also made a good show- Collector testified that the tax-books A handsome trophy will be award' great invitation, "Come unto me all Hendry County, Florida.
Ing this week, defeating the South h had remained untouched from the ed the ;,winner of this tournamentby ye that labor and are heavy nCLEWISTON, l Mar. 2 1934 It. -

Bay team 37-4. Mary ,Forrey was' time of his entrance into office. un the Clewiston Drug Company. -
responsible .for 31 of ',the. points til ,the, time of the audit. The trophy is a silver cup, 19 inchesin
shooting 15 field The State i height, and is mounted
goals and one rested its case at this s on an
foul. Tuesday night the 'girls lost point. After a thirty minute, re ebony pedestal. It will be displayed
to the "Comets", an independent t cess for examination of the evidence in the Clewiston Drug Company win-

team from Fort Myers, 116. Little the defense announced that It would dow upon arrival.
Mary played only the thl'rd Quarter' present no witnesses and rested -its I
in this game. case. I CWA PLANS CANNING PROJECT

After receiving its Instruction 6OLFL

GIVEN RIDGE PARTY from Judge Whitehurst the Jury: retired I Following up its' regular pro-

and returned' in five minutes gram of distributing meat, butter, =,
Mrs. Joseph Wickes who has been with a verdict of guilty. cheese and other staple groceries ,
visiting( Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dough Attorney Bell immediately 'asked among needy families the local CWA COURSE.fA

erty was guest of honor at a bridge that Taylor be released on bond as 'I office has drawn up a project for the i ,

party given Wednesday afternoon at there were other cases set to *be canning of surplus fruits and vegetables -, .: .," :

the home of Dr. J. L. Seybold. tried at once. His request was. ."re in Hendry county.In -
Three tables of contract were fused and Taylor was committed to past years the Emergency Relief '

S, played, high score being made by jail. The next case was set '_for has sponsored similar projects i 4 l'i .
Mrs. L. O. Gravely. ',' Mrs. Wickes Thursday morning at the announcement which have proven satisfactory both I I
received a guest prize.. of which Attorney Bell stated In the providing of work and in the -

After the play refreshments of that, the 'defense would not be ready: preserving. surplus truck crops I s.o ..
Date Torte with' whipped 'cream, at that time. .which would have gone to waste. j .
t hot tea and, assorted candies were Guilty on Second Count ;, The project is outlined by the,- .;
served. Decorations were Golden .In the trial Thursday on the sec local office provides for one cooker 1
Gleam Nasturtiums. ond indictment charging Taylor with one automatic can sealer and '1000 _: [OpentothePilbile_ ] 1:
r embezzlement of $225.22 State No. 2 cans and will furnish work for I

Misses Elthea and Louise Ellis, share of tax money' paid by the five people from the time the pro-
of Alva, were the guest, of J. W. United States Sugar Corporation the ject is approved until May first. According -

Hampton and Jack Lewis at the Bat jury again returned a verdict of to ,the plan the, work will
reno, Club party guilty after be done In Felda. "
Tuesday! night. an hour's deliberation.The .
Prosecution then announcedthat As required by the CWA ruling
Mr. .the work must first be stated .. ...
and Mrs. Joseph Wickes, of the Indictment covering the total -; necessary ;
:Philadelphia, are guests at the embezzlement would be nol I by the County Commissioners I Ir r
Frank Dougherty home. crossed and that the remaining'five after which the plans will be sent

Indictments would be continued 'to Tallahassee for approval. The
Mrs. H. L. Delaney is out and for lack of jurymen. total cost of the project as outlined Moderate Green Fees !

around again after her fall som Gets Ten Years [ will be $367.95'DHEDGE : '
time Exceptional Fairways !
ago in which she suffered. a After, ruling out Attorney Bell' '

sprained! ankle. motions for new trials Judge White! "CONGAREE" ;Z; Interesting GreensC
hurst sentenced Taylor to ten years LEAVES, THIS WEEK: ,_ ,-s"
Mr. and Mrs. G Hauselt. of in the penitentiary on each ,count, I' S \ J r.

Orlando, made their home at the the sentences to run concurrently. | (Continued from page 1) ,

Everett Hotel, during their stay Attorney Bell then tiled a motion 1I1S' full loaded freighters from entering
her I
Mr. Hauselt was one ot the declaring Taylor insolvent which :af the port. The channel will be,







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