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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 23, 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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VOL. 8. NUMBER 10. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA. FRIDAY;, MARCH 23rd., 1934. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR




k, .. p.iA.. PRESENTS- Hurricane Gate Work ANNOUNCES FOR SENATOR Special Easter ServicesAt WINNERS NAMEDAS



Is Progressing RapidlyActivity School AuditoriumA

ENJOYABLE PLAY SECOND BRIDGETOURNAMENT

service of special Easter Music
,at the hurricane gate has
w will be presented at the high school
TO GOOD CROWD with concrete ENDSW.
reached a steady pace
auditorium by the choir of the Community -
pouring going on every day with almost -
Church on April 1st., Eas-
; clocklike regularity. The B
c ter Sunday at 8 p. m. The feature
. x The ever popular "Womanless H. Latham company, contractor for of the program will be the cantata M. Redelsheimer and Mrs.

four such hurricane Thomas first places in
gates now under Barney won
Wedding" was presented by the Par- : "The King of Glory" by R. 1\1.'Stults.
' way on Lake Okeechobee, has ISfFr the North-South and the East-West
. Association at the high Solo parts in the cantata will be
:.' ,. ent-Teachers poured the first "lift", or layer, of divisions respectively in the second
taken by Miss Drew, Mrs. M. P.
school auditorium Friday eveningto the foundation for the gates on the contract bridge tournament of the
Peterson Marshall Yenawine and
a splendid audience. The cos-! lake side, and equipment has movedto season, which closed with play at
M. P. Peterson Others In the
and the the opposite end of the gate and the Clewiston Inn Wednesday night.
tumes of the participants chorus will be Miss Gertrude Bala
is now engaged in pouring the remainder Mrs. Irma Smith and Mrs. W. C.
catchy lines furnished plenty of sok Miss Eva_ Mae Green, Miss VII-
of the foundation. Owen won second and third places
ma Rhodes Mrs. C. F. Trainor and
for the crowd.
amusement
in the North-South division -
respectively
Rock from central Florida is being
Mrs. W. B. Furgess sopranos, Miss
x Prior to the wedding several feature and Mrs William Lockhartand
first of the founda-
In the
used layer Marion Leydig, Mrs. W. C. Owen
numbers were given a solo Mrs. Marie Williams placed sec-
tion for the gates., Material for the altos. Bob Mitchell R. N. Smith
The Old Spinning Wheel by Law- ond and third among the East-West
remainder of the, concrete structureis tenors, Curt Woodward and J. E.
rence Guthrie; a dance by Mary players.
secured from Warner Brothers
being -
Beardsley, bassos. Mrs. M. R. Law-
Carlisle, a reading by Betty Jean at Philadelphia. The first ship- ler is the accompanist.In Prizes were awarded the three

; McDuffie. Vocal solos by M. E. Yen- ment of the Northern material con- addition to the cantata the pro- high players in. each group.

awine and several violin selectionsby sisting of approximately 3500 tons or / gram will include selections by Law- Mr. Redelsheimer finished first

Lawson Jones completed the was unloaded from a freighter at .. son Jones violinist and solos by with a substantial lead over Mrs.

group. Fort Pierce yesterday and will be Senator: Jas. F. Sikes I Mrs. Peterson, Mr. Yenawine and Smith in the North-South group, but

.. Thomas Shelley a Mae West type lightered across the lake, via the St. Mr. Beardsley. Mrs. Owen who placed third was

<.:.'. : (or did you notice?) was the blushing Lucie Canal to hurricane gate sites. Prominent St. Petersburg attorneyand I only one-tenth point ahead of Mrs.
the 11th district
, .< bride W. C. Prewitt was the The first pour of concrete is four state senator for TOURNAMENT PLAY NARROWEDTO C. L. Downs: when she and Mrs.

,, : i trembling groom. A. W. Sias, who feet in height. Subsequent pouringswill announced his candidacy this ... FIVE',IN GOLF MATCH Smith made high score for the last

:) ". played the jilted sweetheart, wont be added to bring the structureto week for the office of U. S. Senator. evening's play. Following Mrs.

' :%;\.. the sympathy of the audience im the level of the levee approxi- Further play in the Clewiston Downs were Keith Hartsfield Mrs

;g: ;Y.;,,:: mediately. mately 34 feet above sea level. Drug Company Golf Tournament has J. E. Beardsley and Mrs. W. C. Pre-

i%:;,,:t;''-;'. The ambitious mother of the ALSTON DECLAREDBIGGEST narrowed the list of contestants to witt, who lost substantially with low

{. bride was played by M. E. Von Mach NEW BOOKLET TEACHES five remaining players. One matchis score for the final night.

and the bride's father by J. E. MOTORISTS ECONOMY LESSONS LIAR AT now under way between Duff and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt had second

{'i: Beardsley. Keith Hartsfield and Fontaine with the former leading at high score, but. unfortunately lacked

' :;f' George Schauermann were the twins. Imagine an oil company telling the end of the first nine by a mar- one session of playing a sufficient

t>, .' H. R. Hall in cap and gown was an you how you can operate your car KIVfANIS MEETINGDave gin of five holes with nine left to number of times to qualify for a

{;" ::. adorable baby and his negro nurse on less gasoline and oil! Yet this be played. The winner of' this match prize.

:,>1-f, was ably played by Carl Johnson. is exactly what, a new automobile expense moves forward to complete the up- East and West competition was

: Bill McCracken was the cute little record book, just published Alston received the prize a- per bracket in the semi finals close thruout with Mrs. Thomas

1'1 : -' flower girl. M. E. Yenawine' sup- is doing. This book with' twenty ward as the biggest liar at the pro- against Wilson.In maintaining a substantial lead in

:": '" ported the groom as best man. Dr. pages of interesting and informativefacts following the regular KIwanis the lower bracket Rosenberg is 'the closing sessions to win by a

:': :: : Ezelle and George Sparks in socks on how to cut operating costs, gram four up on Bestor at the turn with wide margin. Closely grouped behind

j: .-, and not so much else were the train I and illustrating helpful "thrift luncheon and meeting! Wednesday the final' nine holes ahead. The win- her were Mrs. William Lock-

Yr tbearer: and ring bearer respectively.I hints", is being given away to the night at the Watanabe. Dave's prize ner of this match moves Into the hard, second by virtue of high score

:(;' Others in the cast were R. Smith, motoring public by Baker's Service yarn was to the effect that he finals to meet the winner of the Wilson with Mrs. D. G. Alston on the final

If.\.:':' who was a scream as a soulful Station local distributor for the wished, several months ago to bor- against the winner of the Duff- session. Mr. Williams, third, was

:;:>" bridesmaid, Bob Mitchell, who really Pure Oil Company. Fontaine match. one-tenth point ahead of Dorothy

? \ looked fetching Art Lawrence in'l'r row some money at the bank. He During the past week, Fontainewon Lockhart. Mrs.
; :{:. In addition to these hints, there approached Caashier Elbert Stewarton T. B. Shelley, Mrs.
: his wife's dress, Andrew Berry who over Harrington by default; Alston and Roy M. Sands followed
are pages for a year's recording of of $500.
.; appeared to have stepped out of a the subject of a loan Wilson was forced to 27 holes to in order named.A .
all car expenses, covering every ex referred him to C. V. Parkinson I
Iii family album, R. T. Jerrin and C. W. Stewart beat Mrs. Duff, one up; Bestor beat new serie sof duplicate contract
pense from washing to complete lubrication president! _who, agreed ,readily, .
'r' Hill "-' '"
-, Woodward, as grandfather and 3 to' 2; and Rosenberg beat.Bigg sessions'? "will begI Thursday
; In keeping--with the mod but assured Dave there was no' use '
grandmother: and E. J. Shelley, a 4to3. night, March 29, at the Clewiston.
ern trend toward budgeting, thereis well
being skimpy and he might as
groomsman. Should the 'present schedule of Inn at 8 p. m.Announcement.
:) a summary page which enablesthe thousand. So Dave thanked -
borrow
a
.//J..r...,:, Miss Gertrude Balasok was at the to play be followed, the finals in the was made also thata
how
car owner figure exactly Stewart with
" returned to
1 (, him and
:::;:: piano. The skit was directed by much his tournament will be played on Sun- class for novice contract players
car has cost mile of
per Stewart most
.. the request. was mag-
,.-: Miss Mae Drew. day, April the first. At the end of will be held at the Inln on Monday-
how miles
,traveling and many he animous and insisted upon making
I..V: the match the winner
will be pre- night, the 26th.Following .
really gets to a gallon of gasoline. and told Dave
j' the loan for $1500
I sented with the cup and the runnerup the play Wednesday delicious
U. S. Engineers Ata "The' public today is interested in I there: would be no interest, as better will receive a prize of golf balls. refreshments of strawberry:

i1 >";:: I economy and especially automobile times were here and there was no The course has become quite pop shortcake and coffee were served'

: ,. Work On St. LucieU. economy," commented Mr. T. N. As- need to worry about making money. ular with the high school boys with while the committee computed aver-

:< bury Vice President of Seaboard Oil Mr. Alston's concluding statementwas several of them being seen frequently : ages:

.'_\.' ,:+:...., Company distributing Pure Oil Pro- that although this took place on the layout. Among those who''played

S. Engineering forces are now ducts In Florida, who pointed out several months ago the bank had '. during the past week are

;r engaged In some interesting activityon that there are many details affect- never requested payment of the loanor Richard and George Bestor Coburn 'Local Golf Pro Ml

the St. Lucie river and many ing the cost of car operation whichare of Interest. Enthusiastic applause Moore Ed Ward Ed Clark and Bob I

- men from the Lake Okeechobee pro- little known to the motoring greeted the award and the story. bie! Hare. Take Job In TampaLloyd

' ject have been temporarily assigned public. E. E. Kelley was a close second in __

.: to this work. At Lock No. 2 a bypass VON MACH ANNOUNCES FOR
"How many motorists for example the liar's contest, with a story about Sparrow, local golf
pro
which is now 150 feet in length ," he continued, "use the quickestand "Mrs." Parkinson taking a group of MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDM. announced this week that he is leaving ;
: is being lengthened to 250 feet to
best way to start a car? boys, including sons of Campbell Clewiston on April 10th, fo.

provide passageway for equipment Many factors lead to unnecessary Nail and A. W. Sias to Sebring to a E. Von Mach has announced as Tampa where he has accepted a con-
entering the lake region. A double candidate for the office of school
gasoline and oil consumption. A car Boy Scout
camp. tract with the Tampa Airport Golf
*> wall of steel sheet piling is being board member from the Clewiston
traveling at sixty miles per hour and Country Club.
r used and the by pass is a concrete district a statement of which appears -
consumes several times much :
as or
News
of Mr. Sparrow's approaching
,
..
,',. structure. fuel as at thirty miles hour. in today's News. Mr. Von '
I per Cain Directs Officers departure was'received with regret -
;. Two government dredges, the Mach, in making his announcement, in Clewiston
By explaining such facts to the particularly
!'a. Congaree 12 inch that he Is not entering the'race
a
hydraulic says
:, motorist, it was pointed out, the among golfers as he has devoted the
dredge and the Sarasota 10 inch for political reasons, believing that
I. a To Portion Of Loot
months in
company hoped to render a service past eighteen a success
?l hydraulic, and a leased dredge, the schools should be kept free from
which ful to playing
' would really help the motor- attempt improve con
Alice which but that he is genuinely Interested -
12 Inch
: is a hydraulic politics
ing public. ditions on the local course and to j

under lease to the U. S. Engineers C. M. Cain who has been held in In the welfare of the stimulate Interest in ,the game among -

from the Lukens Dredging com- I the Hendry county jail at LaBelle schools residents of the section.Mr. .

pany, owners, are removing shoal CONGREGATIONAL MEETING I Mr. Von Mach, a former schoolteacher |I i! Sparrow became pro here in
from the Intra Coastal Waterway at AT CHURCH NEXT SUNDAY pending investigation of the robberyof himself came to Clewiston
September 1932 and the year anda
Stuart to the East Lock on St. Lucie the local Wells and Royal Gro-, three years ago from Detroit wherehe half since his arrival has seen ,a

":. River. The work is for the purpose The Community Church will hold cery, Monday admitted that he had was connected with General Mo- great improvement in the course.
;
of deepening the waterway to Its yearly congregational church stolen the funds and had faked the tors. He is a graduate of the University Mr. Sparrow has given unreservedly

provide for entrance of material and meeting next Sunday evening. March of Dayton with a B. A. de- of his time and efforts to the pro

equipment to be used on the Lake 25th., following a short devotional robbery. He directed officers to a gree. He has a personal interest In per care of the course and a com

Okeechobee project. A minimum service at 7:45. Reports of the portion of the missing funds whichhe the schools having three childrennow parison of it at the beginning and

depth of 8 feet will be provided. year's activities will be made by had concealed within the store In school and two below school end of his services at the club brings

each church 'organization and elec- room. The exact amount which Mr. age. out the improved condition of the
GREENBERG'S ESTABLISH tion of officers will be held in
con- Cain named $212 was found by of- LOWORN A CANDIDATE course. The Clewiston course now
DRY GOODS STORE HEREMr. nection with the meeting. The
ficers who followed a diagram which FOR REPRESENTATIVEThe is In as.splendid condition as any

church fiscal year begins April Cain had drawn of the cache in course in this part of the state, and ..
and Mrs. Joe Greenberg of .
.. Pahokee have first.A which the money had been placed. first local hat to be thrownin is a source of much pleasure and
opened a general dry meeting' the of the
trustees, of the benefit to a good percentage
goods store in the new building on The roboery occurred Sunday Hendry county's political ring is

;\ the highway adjoining Christian's church was held Thursday eveningto night, March llth and was "discovered" that of Charlie Lovvorn who today residents.A .
; prepare plans for the year for, comparison of handicaps of local -
'I barber shop. Mr. j by Cain, who was em- announces his'candidacy for repre-
Greenberg states
presentation to the with the players -
.,:, '1. that.a portion of his stock was delayed -I congregation. ployed as store manager, and G. H. I sentative. Mr. Lovvorn Is well players today same
Sunday. has ,been com-
'.. ::t: In shipment but he has arranged Brown meat-cutter when they came : known throughout the county having 18 months ago
: and Is Indicative -
: Jir\; the store furnishings and to work Monday morning. Officers been a local resident since 1931. piled by Mr. Sparrow
GROUND IS BROKEN FOR Increased interest in the
11: h:; ::'" opened for business as soon the of the company joined Sheriff Delaney He was editor of the Clewiston News oj the
as
,
NETHEATEH to play-
impetus given
BUILDING the
fitf. ?... store space was available in an Investigation of the affair for more than two years, leaving the game and has
"
:- the time Mr. Sparrow
-- ad Mr. Cai taken to La- last fall to enter the em- ing during
: ( ;.: >' Mr. was newspaper
' Greenberg has been in the Ground is being broken this week in charge of the course. In the
been
"
;: : lake Belle on a John Doe warrant, and ployment of the sugar company in
.' region for several years and for foundations of a theater building I list, which follows the first figure
has held incommunicado until Moday, the time-keeping department.Mr. .
been
connected with establishment I which Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis of La- is the handicap 18 monthsago
given
( in when he made his statement to of- Lovvorn has been a residentof
several communities on the Belle plans to erect Is the present
,
on the lot ad since'boyhood.. and the second
ficers.
,.
:
': south shore. t the Lake section
Mrs. Greenberg B and B '
has joiningthe
::l'''' been grocery on the His case will come up for trialat He graduated from the Okeechobee .handicap:
recently in Kit,
charge of the ladies highway.The G. 2116. Bowden,
D.
the fall term received B. S. degree Alston,
,. of circuit court. High School and a '
i# ready-to-wear section of a Tampa E. B., 3525. Bigg,
building will be of stucco con- from the University of :Florida.He : ., 20-20.. Butler,
store.
struction," 25 feet by 70 feet. It will Prices of all farm products except lived in Moore Haven before M. W., '24-24.' Hestor, H., A., 30-19.

c1 The remainder. of Mr. Greenberg's be one story In height and will be eggs advanced between January 15 coming to Clewiston. His official Barrett J': W., 15-14. Bestor, Mrs.

stock Is,", expected to arrive within built by Burchard and H. A., 5041. .
; Burchard of and February 15, reports tho U. S. [ announcement appears elsewhere In "
:. i- : :afew: days :: LaBelle. Department of Agriculture (Continued on page 8) .
this issue.
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1934
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the airplanes (from Gito to 1,250) required JESSE L. LIVERMORE "
News Review of Current to complete the fleet's air equipment I I DILLINGER FLEES '

< ,. I II CROWN POINT JAIL
: Planned to cover a five-year: period,

Events the World.-Over the replacement program will cost approximately ,1M c
$475,000,000 In all for the f4r
Notorious Outlaw in
projected vessels, and $95,000,000 more at. Another -
If the maximum number of planes are Amazing Escape. .

.built. _
Presidents: Asks '. for Shorter Hours and Higher Wages ; Enactment of the measure assures the Crown l'oiut. lud.:.John Dillinger, '

:NRA"'Penalty l "Provisions 'Will Be Invoked ; 'DesperateDillmger Is United'allowed States under of a'the navy London as strong agreement as- its1? l bank murderer robber who gang was leader held here and for alleged trial


.: : Escapes' From Jail. : ". of '1930. / / for the killing\ of, a policeman In East
': 'Chicago, nude'amazing escape from

AS WAS' predicted recently, the the Luke county jail. Armed with a
s
I "' ,: .DWARIW.PICK RD 'j ,President appointed Judge Flor-
By, ii toy pistol he had fashioned out of 'apiece '
:,' ence Allen of 'Ohio to, the federal ., .
of wood
and the handle of
thousand members of the Replying for the supporters of the Circuit Court of Appeals bench. Sheis J r w4f : a
SEVERAL safety razor,' the outlaw bluffed the
: gathered In Constitution administration, Senator Hiram Johnson the first woman to be made a federal -
hall, ,Washington, ,at, 'the call of California, nominally a Repubdean Judge.' Since she was admittedto jail guards, locked them and the prisoners -

of the President to re"lse'and ,. said : s the bar twenty years ago her legal fn Shi iy In cells, took two machine guns

strengthen NRA industrial agree "It is not necessary to agree with career in Ohio ,has been notable. In from the jail office and the sheriffscar

ments. The opening session was for-' all that has been done In every conceivable 1922 she was elected to the Supreme from the jail garage and rode

mal and rather stately,. with the memo particular, but unfair and unjust court of that state. away lie was accompanied by Her-

bers of the cabinet, other high government I would be the Individual who The President. also appointed Mrs. I bert Youngblood of Gary, a negro :accused

officials and many senators and would 'not emphatically concede that Bernice pyke of Cleveland as collector of murder, and they carried

congressmen present. Before this assembly with an enlightened audacity the of customs there,. ,and Frank P.. Jesse L. Livermore, once known In with them a deputy sheriff and' a

came Mr. Roosevelt to tell not ,President has acted, and has accomplished Corrigan, likewise of, Cleveland to be Wall street as "the boy plunger" anda garage man whom they. released. .near
so much!, what had been accomplished Peotone, III. -
amazing results. (
minister t< El' Salvador.
veteran of the trading pits, has declared
In the last twelvemonth as what he The law
"It is that now authorities of the Middle
a policy -
sorry says j ---- : himself
= bankrupt. His petition
hoped for In the n'ear'future.. He to 120,000,000 people that nothing has 'T WO mQre vacancies in the Demo- filed in the Federal court at New York: West were on the alert to catch Dillin-

warned, the industrial' leaders' that been done that Is right and that the cratic'na'tio.na( committee are an- listed ger, all police being under orders to
liabilities
"the government cannot forever continue President has brought them no relief nounced as a result of the ,President's of $2,259,212 and as- shoot him at sight. That he went to
sets of
of only $184,900, including at its
to absorb the'whole burden
and the future holds for them no hope. belief that national committeemen Chicago was established when the
called for -, face value $150,000 insurance on his
He greater
unemployment. "We 'are better, and our country is should not practice law before govern- car he used was found abandoned on a
I protection of small business term- better, and our people are better, and ment departments or hold party and life. North side street. The federal authorities '

ing the code authority "the keeper" of our times are better for what the government positions at the same time. joined In the hunt 'when James

your Briefly small summarized industrial, this brother.Is what Mr. President" has done during the past ,Arthur IT:: .Mullen' of Omaha, who was 1! MISS ,ALLEN NAMEDAS Fleming, district attorney for northern '
year. floor manager.for Mr.: Roosevelt in the Indiana called attention to the fact

Roosevelt proposed : .... ...... FEDERAL JUDGE that the
Wage increases and shortening of Chicago convention' and who is counselfor fugitive had violated two fed-

hours to bolster consuming power and L EGISLATION 'to restore the al'riuaU' Public Works projects involving eral laws in kidnaping the two men

spread employment. to_'comm 'rci l" pe'rators'wlll some $15,000,000 resigned from the from here and in transporting a stolen. .:t'i',

Greater adherence by the people to speetlily 'be st&ite'd through congressat national committee ; and "his action First, Woman to Be Given Such car to another state. '"".

the Blue Eagle symbol to make all the instance of the President. He was followed' two days later by the an Appointment.' Mrs. Lillian Holley, who became

"play the game." sent letters Chairman McKellar, of resignation Mis. Nellie Tayloe Ross, sheriff of Lake .county after the murder -

Continued enforcement of the anti- the senate' 'post "office committee!, Chairman of Wyoming, director of the mint, who of her husband, who had held 'the' -

trust laws to retain competition and Mead of the house postal committee quit the committee with reluctance.At Washington.Another precedentwent office, refused repeated demands that

prevent monopoly. I and Chairman Black of the this wilting the only prominent by, the boards with PresidentUooseyeWs she resign and Governor McNutt said "

Strict adherence by employers to the special senate committee Investigatingthe holdouts remaining, are, Postmaster appointment of Florence I he had no power to remote her. District

law allowing free choice by einplojees airmail, In which he outlined his General Farley, who, is, chairman of E, Allen Cleveland as federal judgein ; Attorney Fleming said no more '

of representatives to do their collective'bargaining. plan for new temporary contracts and the national" committee and also,of the the Circuit Court of Appeals. Sheis I federal prisoners' would be incarcer"

the eventual regulation of air mail New York Democratic committee,sand the first woman ever to be namedto : ated in Crown Point jail as long" as .
Permanent reorganization of the rates and routes the interstate William the federal bench. ,
by A. Julian of Ohio, treasurerof Mrs. Holley continued as sheriff.
economic and social structure along Miss Allen's name was sent to the
,
commerce committee.The the United States... The turnkey Sam Cahoon, and the' ,
the lines already,started. senate. At present on the bench of ,
new policy will be for contractso Mr. l\Iullen.lt is rumored, may turn deputy ,sheriff whom Dillinger carried '
General: Johnson, NUA admln'istrator be let a's'n : the Ohio State Supreme 'court, she was .
for not ,more than three up opponent of Gov. Charles. to Peotone, Ernest Blunk; were 'put. ',
wound up the code authority sessions years "on full, open' and fair competitive Bryan 'of" Nebraska in forthcoming endorsed for the-new federal. positionby I under arrest charged with aiding and

with the blunt announcementthat bidding, with a limitation of the race for the United States senator- Senator Robert Bulklc, of Ohio. abetting the of a prisoner and
escape ;
the ,Blue Eagle rules'were to be rates of above The Circuit Court of Appeals to which ,
compensation which no ship., various investigations of ,the outlaw'sescape .. -
tightened up and the assertion "I contract will be awarded.:" the President elevated her is second in v..et started. Qahoo"n
have been too gentle. 'You ain't seen The of ranking only to,the Supreme Court of ; was as- *
legislation carrying the program SENATOR SIMEON' D FESS I cused of leaving open the cell doors
industrialists '
nothing yet' Urging the Into effect, Senator McKellar In- one of the most ,voluble, ot the United States. '
: into the corridor of the Jail so ,that .
.
the
to play the game fairly, gen- dicated, will fix the limit of compensation the administration's critics, and he Since the beginning of her career, .
_
Dillinger might move around freely.
eral uttered three warnings. One was mentioned President found the I fifty-year-old woman jurist has
by the far opportunity! for another energetic Both he'and Blunk
were charged. with
that under specific orders from the below the prevailing 40 cents per mile. attack when' the : shattered precedents. She 'was, the '
calling Warden JLew Baker so that
.
NRA ,
President the reorganizingto
was The figure, the senator said, may be aslow senate was consider= first woman assistant county prosecutor Dillinger also
lock him
might lip and
enforce the penal sections of the as 25 cents. ing Senator Tom Con- in Ohio, the first woman elected to, .

act; the second, that the country Six months before the three year nally's bill' 'to include the Court of ,Common Pleas in that calling' other prisoners ,and guards.

I! faces this spring "the worst epidemicof contract, expires, according' to 'President ,. cattle among the basic state/and the first woman to sit on the 'They were also; charged with, leaving
keys where Dillinger could' obtain'
history because of
strikes in our 4
sub- bench of state
Roosevelt's suggestion, the ques- commodities a supreme court
Illegal interposition of'employe'rs In the. tion of the public convenience and necessity ject to farm adjustment -: Miss Allen was admitted to the bar them. '

matter of company unions? the third of the various routes and the y control. The 20 years ago nnd attained consider- ''

that with the recent Supreme court question of ,maximum rate of pay is provision for 'an ap- able prominence almost immediately WASHINGTON BRIEFSThe .

decision upholding the New York state' would be submitted to the ICC. Under i' propriation of $200- through her fight for the women of I 1' ,..

emergency milk law, the administration -I this plan transportation of the mails by 000,000 was the specIal East Cleveland whose votes had been ,

has. dropped ,all hesitation, and 'Is air would be placed under substantially ,__ point of assault ., declared illegal. 'Later she was. selected Supreme court refused to pass ''

;, ready, to use the powers of the indus- the same. regulation as that of the I .n. by .Fess. M Nary of by the Cleveland Street ,RailwayWorlers' on the validity of a 'federal order '

trial la'oto the limit if opposition'for railroads. Senator Fess Oregon, Dickinson of union to arbitrate an, Industrial which never went into effectsuspending -

'es it. Iowa, and Carey of Wyoming and Van dispute.In the Chicago Board of Trade- as a '
To draft his for .
making
new plan JOlIN.DIT.LI more jobs, Johnson asked the. code _
gang leader and, alleged agreed that the Agricultural Adjustment Supreme court, after two years' serviceon
authorities of the heavy goods Indus-
murderer, who was captured with great program has been a complete the bench 'of the Cujahoga county
tries and of the consumer groups to of 'billio'n
Approximately quarter
a
a:
eclat in Arizona and conveyed to Indiana failure. The Democrats, with the exception Common Pleas court.In '
select twelve men each. dollars in:federal cash was paid out by
'for'trial of Connally made no reply to the, .
be- ,
President Roosevelt, said the admin- > 1910 she was an unsuccessful can-
t the Reconstruction Finapce' corporation -
the came Irked by con- verbal'barrage. didate for the United States senate
istrator, has approved plan for putting -
February the RFC
teeth In the NRA. The President : 7AA finement In the "es The Ohio senator said that hog and in 1932 made a vain attempt t'o get during an-
;a 11 y a?\ cape-proof" jail at prices had fallen'' instead of rising, of nounced.
himself .intimated that he would ask elected to the house representatives ,
congress to extend the time limit 1 I Crown Point. So he that the prices of farm commoditiesnot In addition to Miss Allen, the' President -

onthe., licensing provisions of the p..;. 5 made a pistol out, ofa under the AAA had in many cases appointed Mrs. Bernice Pyke of Another l lawyer vacancy in the

NRA The act gives authority to piece of wood and risen faster and higher than the so- Cleveland as collector of customs there ranks '9f the Democratic' national' committee '
,
the President to place industry .k the handle of a safety called basic commodities. likewise of
any und Frank P. Corrigan, was assured as Arthur F. Mul- .
t under license and to revoke the license razor, cowed, : the "That sort of thing is nauseating to Cleveland, to be minister to El Salvador len of Nebraska handed in his' resignation -
,
.: guards and deputiesand any-decent who wants businessto .
of any concern' in the industry,thereby i. person -with President Roosevelt's con-
compelling,it to shut down. This 'authority locked them in be done in a business way," he said, sent.

; to license expires next June I f .., ,, cells, obtained 'twomachine alluding to the hog buying program.
pX-X ';
Public
under the terms of the recovery act. ." /.c'-. : guns from '"It's time to stop this foolish experimentation Works Replaces ,

which granted it for one year only, John Dillinger the jail armory and a time to take the heavy the CWA on March30 ; Information on bankers' salaries released -,

whereas the life of the act was limited pistol from a guard, took Sheriff' Lillian hand of government off business and : by (the 'senate banking;: and cur-
Washington.-Abolition of the, civil
to two years. Holleys car from the, garage and : let business recover." rency committee revealed: that. during
works March '30 and its Im-
on
..drove away with a' negro ,murderer. Senator Vandenberg and Senator mediate army replacement in large cities by the critical year which! ended June 30,

', COMPLETION of Piesident, Roosevelt's They took' one deputy'sheriff: and' a McNary could not understand' why the and federal work 1933, ten bank;: officials were,receiving! !
new permanent ;
,
-*; first year'.. In the}: : ,White garage attendant" as hostages but released $200,000,000' were required, for :cattlevvljcn relief scheme devised by President salaries qf$100,009'! more and nearly ,

House called forth a chorus 'of laudation them. near Peotone' 111., and ,' ,only' $100,000QOO, were asked in announced by L.Hopkins .400 :\..ere. drawing. salaries, of. $25,000
Roosevelt Harry
was
and; of',hostile criticism! from his then vanished. .It was believed Dillin. .the original bill covering six com- federal relief and CWA. head.. or'' more.Socialist,. ,
ger was hidden somewhere in the modities.
admirers and .his opp0nents.1jcifrhe '
All persons employed under CWA. ,
of The law authori that benefits
> : :, I least vicinity Chicago. They suggested were a:
'r k.: that can-be- said Is ties: ;of the Middle West were all to .be paid before. processing tax was will be dismissed automatically on Conventionto ,-

,t. .. that it has been a searching for him, and' all officers had levied and that perhaps no processingtax March: 30. Those, who are on city Be 'Held in Detroit -

year.of excitementand orders 'to kill him at sight. > was intended to be levied on cat- CWA rolls and who are ,in need ,will

action, of bold, ,Sheriff Holley's car was found abandoned tie. Senator Connally fumed, but i","be re-emplojed by' permanent "work Detroit.-The Socialist ,party willhold'

experimentation in on a. street: .In Chicago. could not answer their queries. divisions! ," Mr. Hopkins said. its national convention here this
This escape of the ,desperado :rear'June' 1; 2 and 3Y. G. Bergman,
'-- methods of government ; was :"I; think 1 can answer, Senator ,
r. one of, the, boldest' performances of his Dickinson who' has 'charge of arrangements, an-
r finally put In. "The AAA
and
lpe. of the Ship Fire Lands 33 '
on federations
g women's
career, and it is amazing to consider 'nounced Organizers, -
has
Itself for
obligated $855,000.000 In
spending pf surnsof '
money: In,vasl the furtherance how it ,could have been successfully benefits; an Additional $831,000,000. Passengers. in N. Y.. youth groups and'other organizations -
: : carried out In. ,view of Dillinger's called for 1935.: Yet ': 'associated with the party will '
of the Pres-' are treasury receipts New Yoik.- Fire still blazing in its
,President'' Id nt's'determlnatIo record.. Perhaps some sympathy Is show only $203,000,000 received hold, the steamship City of Montgomery hold two-day conferences 'before the ....
due the woman sheriff Mrs. Hollev.. from processingvtaxes." convention. '
to. establish a New arrh.ed' the harbor, dischargedits
:: Roosevelt who was given, that office
after
: :the "
Deal, that amounts to death-.. "In other words, a potential deficitat 33 passengers and was towed out
of her husband.
a social revolution.' 'pressed Terribly 'de- the present time of more than GOO-; into the middle of'the Hudson river. Faculty Woman Ends Life
.the
by fiasco, she made the
"
:Mr. Roosevelt himself, in' a' brief futile 000,000, remarked 'Senator' Vanden The ship was turned over to a fire I
gesture of strapping an automatic I in Missouri
'. address on the occasion of the'instaUlng berg. at College
about her tug which had accompanied it from
waist
of Dr. J. M. Gray as, chancellor- of .to, find Dillinger.Mrs. ." and setting l out quarantine. A call for land apparatuswas Wairensburg, Mo.\ : .Iiss Eloise 'Suh-

the American university in Washing llolley declared .she would not /"", HICAGO'S most sensational murder issued when fire fighters openedthe rie, twenty-three years old, assistant'physic

ton, said "one of the most salient features resign her office, but,steps .were taken trial In recent' years resultedin hatches,and saw the extent of the l'' director at the Central State

of life the has salient been year the in, ou-r 'American to''force her out,"by court action." Two ,the conviction of the 'elderly Dr. ilre within. Teacheis' college here, died of a bullet

universal Increase In .the amazing interest"and of' of, her deputies were arrested charged I Alice Wynekoop who was charged with wound in the temple, which Coroner W.

r.. the people In the subject of govern with" aiding and abetting the escape: killing her daughter-in-law: Rheta, Broker's Daughter Leapsto R. Patterson, said "undoubtedly was ,
bent The Investigations, and recr mmIna. presumably to ,get :the insurance on selfinflicted"Newspaper

The joint congressional Republican 'tions .In Lake, county are unfortunate her life. The Jury' fixed her penaltyat Death After ReprimandNew

campaign committee took occasion to ly ,mixed up ,with local politics! 25 years In the penitentiary, which Yoik.-Miss Grace Brown, sev- 'Appeal

Issue a statement declaring 'that the amounts to a life sentence. The 'first enteen-j'ear-old daughter, of George.,H.

administration ends its first year "wltti ,DESPITE the_,protests of the "little, hearing of the case 'resulted In a 'mistrial Brown, a broker, and a former stu- on, Contempt UpheldPierre

many platform pledges untried and ', group;; the. senate by a vote because the defendant was too dent at Temple university, plunged 15 S. D.-The right, of appealby
; practically abandoned,. with policies 'of G5 to 18 approved the administra. 111 for Its continuance. stories to her death on Riverside drive. newspapers convicted of criminal

unshaped and conflicting, with Its tion's' naval replacement bill authoriz Doctor Wynekoop, a member of a Her brother, George H. Brown, Jr., en- contempt was upheld by the South !

monetary program bewilderingly un ing the construction' of a 15,200 ton i aircraft family of physicians had practiced tered the room just as the girl poisedon Dakota Supreme court when it consented

certain-a situation baffling enough carrier approximately 05 'destroyers medicine In Chicago for many years the sill outside. Police said her to review a Circuit court judgment -
to 'prove a hindrance, to a return to and her crime astounded her '
," totaling 99,200 tons, some 29 numerous mother had remonstrated with her against the' Aberdeen American. I

prosperity.? submarines totaling 35,530 tons and. I friends. over an afternoon's absence. NPWS. .
by Western Newspaper Union.

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 23,

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,- HINT IIIIIIIIIII IIIIl111i111111111111; ARE YOU LOP-SIDED? .
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"la .your watch 'goIngsaid:' she. ) r r
I. If you aren't, then are 'one 'of I
stifling' a yawn. = :: you
...... the four out of every ten whose legs
", "Yes, .he replied." Anne's'Frances L are the same' length. According to /
"IIow soon? Q
l neen ace I Dr. II. V. llillman of New York, six '

"fi Ferry's:Seeds are sold only in fresh out of every ten have one leg shorter
j
than the other. But If you are one 'f
Fer,
datedpackages. When you buy
ry's Seeds you .arc sure of the finest of the six, don't worry, because the --a;
quality available. Adv. I Parkinson Keyes ; good doctor says 91 per cent of the .

', cases are curable, while but 0 per
:: :: cent are -
listed
as doubtful.-Path-
Can't Stand It .
-
.. finder Magazine. "J
:::-. : "Jackie thIs is terrible. I have to
: ,.France's Parkinson Key z, "WNTJ Service.
; < scold you; all day long." -= ,
": "Don't mummy I am not a =
: worry, ,
ftiimimiimmiiiiiiimmmmiiiiiiiiiiiim J mimiiuumiimmiimiiiiiiiMimimiummi J iimmimiiiiiiimiiimmmmiiiiiiiiiiimi-
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: : :. bit sensithe." ,
A
SYNOPSIS. And It seems to me that it would be' Match came in like a lion, roaring SIMPLE'QUACK .

'. : To keep clean and healthy ,take Dr. better for you to stay right on here lustily. Anne lay In bed, listening to

..' ...\" Plercc's Pleasant Pellets. They regulate- Disappointed, through her Inability to put The sessions will be over in April. Of the wind howling, to the icy tapping/ WAY TO RELIEVE :1
liver, bowels and stomach.-Adv. finishing touches to her costume for a dance, course it Isn't as If' you were In a of. sleet 'against the window panes. It

Anne Chamberlain Is Irritated by the stolidityof house 'all alone. I I' know. Mrs. Sim was nearly dark by .four in the after-
Solitary Occupation v her escort, George ,Hildreth At the dancea ACID
visitor In. the community, Neal) Conrad coons is right here, and you can call on noon. She had not tried to get up at STOMACH ;
Trains of thought are usually personally '
conducted. .1" young: lawyer. is Impressed by Anne, prcceiv- her; If you need anything." all, since it made her faint with dizziness .........................-.................. ..
ing'her fine character A few days later she
This time had reply been
any expected even to cress the' room to her
:: accompanies him and his hostess, Mrs. Griffin HERE ARE THE
on .a picnic/. -At the! 'end of the day N'caJ. .d'e-:,. of her Anne could not have bureau, and, after all, what was thereto SIGNS: -
Nervousness
dares his love and they become engaged:' The made It. (He meant to leave her behind get up for? She drew the tumbled Neuralgia Feeling Frequent of Headaches Weakness ;;
: marriage is solemnized. .At Washington,' on I :THe"Idea' had never occurredto
: sheet up about tier head to shut out : Indigestion.Sleeplessness .
their honeymoon, the Conrads meet Clarence '.-
:J her, and here It was all mapped out. did Loss of Appetite Mouth Acidity
; Hathaway, friend of Neal's, young diplomatThe the sound of the storm. As, she so. Nausea
: Why young couple 'start- housekeeping Anne', In orderly fashion, In his mind. He the doorbell rang. I Auto-lntoxicatlon Sour Stomach .

health begins 'to falL .Neal. :engrossed" in poll would miss her so little with his new At first she paid! no attention. It ,
: tics, does not entice.- '. ., interests that he could face'wlth"resig At last she staggeredto

fr;:: Liquid! Laxatives nation-with appro\al-the. thought ol rang her insistently.feet thrust them Into her bed- I WHAT TO DO FOR IT: :'"j

e CHAPTER VIne beilig.ethrared from .her more than slippers, and threw her Veiled kimono TAKE-2 teaspoonfuls of
Milk ;
(i : Do You No Harm ., ..' half the time for several.months. 'And about ,her shoulders. When she 'i'''' Phillips'in a glass[ of of water Magnesia .
she ycould.pot have left him; for any every morning when you
:: had not seen: the next morning reached, .the, front door, some one was 1 get up. Take another ,"..
when, earlier than usual. he!. /left '.for known bribeptdispend: few days dur pounding on it. e PHILLIPS teaspoonful 30 minutes : p
Il1g; the ,tf r.rJ, .sIJmuer''. .among the eating And another I :;:
\
t : his ofhce He still had not seen.three Leaning l : against the wall e.he turned 0before you go to bed. ; -"d.'
F > \\eeks later, when-the' duly reglsfe'reVl f' mountains.'that I were so dear to her:: the lock..: Before her.stood Mr. Goldenburg. r"T OR-Take the new : "'
She nAd. slaved l Vor./his comfort, for hiswelt'tieing'ijnd'she ' My fs Phillips' Milkof Magnesia .
;:; voters of the district signified at fht ; had Insured,.both. ,. his. jjvfhd.i i round: face beaming .'.".'.',ww Tablets one tablet for : .j'

'. ,.,, ... .. ,pollstheir-cvillngness'to-have him represent with ,joy'at the surprise! he had given each teaspoonful as directed : ."
''"" r at th'e cost of her own radiant health above. ,
- 'fIfIt1'' '. The dose of a liquid laxative.can.be ...:, them 'tn'''the' legislature at Rel for try as she might, she .could not, her. :She sprang' towards him with a r............................................. "j i
measured. The action can 'lhus"be"regulated fbr.d"tliatviht{ r. and he came homex... to'pull'herself cry of happiness. 'The next Instant '

,.:!", :::', to suit individual need. It in 'the ray dawn following election seem ? up"' physically. '.? .she had fainted!l t away.:, If you have Acid Stomach, don't :
: Mercifully, she did not,..doubt. either .
>
',:;:-' ;':-:'.: e forms no habit; you need not take a day, to tell her so :: '. k : worry about it. Follow the simple
;
', -. his love or his sincerity, as indeed she } "i directions given above. This small -
; ; ;' "double dose" a day or two later. During the Intervening time, 'Strug: had no. reason to. do. :He was' looking "Now, 'm9 ,tear'Ildel. frient, tell old dosage of Phillips' Milk of Magnesia
,- -' :t- Nor will a mild liquid laxative irritate filing; to her and' Able 'all .apoud i it."" acts at 1
; striving keep on feet at the situation In the reasonable, .. once to neutralize the acids }

::'. the kidneys. ,'; do her work, Anne had waited, at first logical way, the way he always looked ..',."Oh.;; Mr"I.Gol lenburg, I am so glad that cause headache, stomach pains ;

>. i The right liquid laxative will bring hopefully, then despairingly for the at everything the way that enabled'him rot see you !I I never wa so glad to and other distress. Try it. You'll ;

;"; a perfect movement, and With no confidences which she had expected hey to, get ahead so fast. see. anyone In all my life." feel like a new person. "

discomfort at the time, or afterward. would pour Into her ear, the advice In the flush of, his victory, Neal's dormant "Vel, vel-you must, yust lie still a milk But-be of magnesia careful when you get you REAL buy- '

i":', .': The wrong cathartic may often do which he would seek from her "worn : passion for her awakened;: again minute, an' holt my hint. I ain't goner genuine PHILLIPS'. Milk of Mag- r

\. more harm than good. anly intuition. She was surethere and burned more hotly than ever be run away. You'll feet petter bretty nesia. See that the name "PHIL ,

:::." :' An approved liquid laxative (one LIPS' is the label.
must be principlesaf stake; great principles : fore. Rut It had a different Qun rty. soon heln? on

:(' ''.-'.:. which is most widely used for both by' which he must either stand If It was more intense, it was less ten He had carried her back to bed, still ',

:, : .:'. r adults and children) is Dr. Caldwell's or fall. (Instead she heard"'when he der.. He sought to possess her the unconscious, put a hot-water bottleat ALSO IN TABLET FORM '

\,:'.-' ,, Syrup Pepsin, a prescription. It is had time to talk to her at afl -about .more completely In th'e''pr'espnt be 'her feet, and dashed cold water Each tiny tablet is the

f-- perfectly safe. Its laxative action is rallies; ah"Out'advertIsing space In cause, the past dispossessed. him, over her white face. When she came equivalent Genuine of Phillips'a teaspoonfulof Milk fe 'srgs,
;. based on senna-a natural laxative. because the future about to of Magnesia. r-
r newspapers, about quantities of cigars and was to herself, she was crying bitterly, and
s f" The bowels will not become dependent and dozens of bottle of whisky.. Sick;: do so, fiercely resentful of a condition clinging to him as if she would never; MEMBER N.RA.Phillips' .
\ : on this form of help, as they may she felt .she" for which he had only himself to
,,' ... as longed to have him'ask let him go.
.: .. .', ... do in the case of cathartics' contain- her to go with him to some of the blame. There was a lack of spontaneity "So-so. Where [Is Neal?" Milk of Magnesia

. ing mineral drugs Ask your druggist- 'public meetings hut he never did. He a weariness. In Anne's response "In Belford. From Monday to FrIday '
.. 2'. for Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. .
which changed It from an answering
had at his office"now :
a secretary Miss! every week. And from Friday to
:} Member Ni R A.' flame to a ,affectionate.
mere .
Lillie! Letts who chewed gum and wore" ; Monday he's [In his office." Bronchial Irritations
and dutiful acquiescence still: she .
transparent, .flesh-colored shirtwaistssbtit"she ;! ; "So;-'so."
.
'u. ; never ,failed to respond. And Neal.noticed -
: was efficient. she did everything "He doesn't know. He hasn't no- Need CreosoteFor
: the In her far less than "
Mercolized Wax for Neal that nne. had pictured herself change ticed. Oh, Mr. Goldenburg, I've readIn
_ I she noticed' the change In him. many years our best doctors
doing some day. Anne sat atco'ug'111ng ( books about young wives whispering
The' holidays 'brought a Hash of gay have prescribed creosote in some
home head
her off-for her their sweet secret' to their husbands,
cold had; .settled fn 'her chest.:....and ach ety. Neal bad whipped'hIs flairs into' blushing divinely, and both rejoicing, form for coughs, colds and bron-

lng'all over mentally as well as shape, and was ready enough to ,Join In and the husbands surrounding the chitis, knowing how dangerous it
few festivities before his Is to let
a departure. them hang on.
physically. There were no evenings '
wives with 'the tenderest care. Am'
Somewhat tardily, he became aware Creomulsion with creosote and
\ together'in the !Morris( chair heY head all that. I never read a word about'
a'T
: ,that Anne's trousseau nad grown very six! other highly important medic-
""",.. % '>4 11 on his shoulder, his arms about her this awful nausea, and feeling as If
>: She tried to wait. up for him nisht[ shabby, and that neither she-nor he you'd rather die! than live, and being- inal elements, 'quickly and effectively
-had suggested she like to
; that might stops coughs and colds that
:' after night but she was so tired and
; lonely and forlorn. If I 'did tell Neal
f 5-; .. have some new clothes. Neal gave her otherwise might lead to serious
he whs so, late-nearly' always, after he'd probably Just say, 'Oh-I'm In an
.
l, : 'two dress lengths-a black satin anda trouble.
:
.t'JXr. : Keeps skin }'oung midnight. She was never asleep whn awful hurry just now, but I'll be glad
: green voile-and she made them up Creomulsion is powerful in the
Absorb blemishes and discolorations using he came In, but whether he'hesitatP'jto ,: to hear about Jt next time I come
herself; 'on the superior sewing raa treatment of colds and coughs, yet
Mcrcohzcd Wax daily directed. Invisible : "
as risk disturbing her, or whether., l he home.
particles of aged skin are freed and all chine. On a visit to Boston he bought It is absolutely harmless and is
defects such as blackheads, tan,freckles and was too.tired'himself. to'crave for her fur,trimmed coat, with hat to "Now den, Anne. You know dotasn't
a long, pleasant and easy to take.
Skin then beautifully
large pores disappear. is companionship Anne never knew, Neal."
fair
'. clear, velvety and so soft-face looks match and sent them to' her to Your own druggist guarantees
,years younger. Mercoltzed Wax brings out which It was-he tumbled Into hed he- -. He knew how seldom she wore .' ."Well, has he been fair to me I'd
never : Cieomulsion
your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists. side her' without a sign that he was by refunding your
know-I wouldn't
like have
, to known
.them His days In Hinsboro which
Powdered Saxolite iI money if you are 'not relieved after
I aware of her' presence. In the morn
Simply I dwindled to at the most two a. myself what was the matter with me,
Reduces wrinkles and other age-si ens : one, or taking Creomulsion as directed. Beware
I dissolve one ounce Sazohte in halfpintmtch I ing 'he never wakened until she shoott In feverish activities if Mrs. Conrad hadn't told me. She
week
1 hazel and use daily as face lotion. 1 him gently telling him that he had were spent the cough or cold that hangson.
If It
at 'the office. He gave up all pretense acts as were my faultyou'dthink Always keep Creomulsion on

overslept or the telephone hell Jangled 'of getting home to supper, not even tele-- Neal had nothing to do with It hand for instant use. (adv.)
: j ILIOUSNESS across his blurred senses: Then'he phoning any more to say that he could ,at all-and as if It were some dread

< :.' ;fcn. bolted his breakfast, and was gone. not do so. From Relford' he 'wrote her' ful crime. She had three children her

" ., Then {finally he came to her and told hurried little notes on scratch(:. paper'every self, didn't she? 'Don't you realize, rt
.or-, her that he had )
won. she said 'that
It Anne, severely,
day-well, nearly every day. youcan't a
: Sour stomach, So that was what' a. campa'gn was did not surprise him that her letters afford to have a baby?' And

- = gas and headacheCONSTIPATION like: were not much longer and not much' then she said, something about self-con 1

The legislature met In January! still L more communicative than his owp .lIe trol-she never talked to her son about

two months away. In' the meantime did not dream that'day after day when self-control 1 j And we could afford a

B Neal felt that he must, ,as far as pos he was not at home-and Indeed oftenwhen baby every year on the money Neal Finds Relief

sible, catch up with, his neglected pro.' nominally, he was, she did: not turns over to her I And she won't %. :: Safe, AllVegetable -

,',..."" .,- fession. It had: been neglected, of get up at all, or very little The cold come and take care of me 'because she ;" /' Way
course ; but It had not suffered.,, He had vanished at last; leaving her weak! thinks I ought to get up and take ; ck She had given up

had gained prestige; as a successft'11candidnte and listless; but uncontrollable nausea exercise I Exercise I" ", r e hope partial of relief anything until but she -

and new cases poured In had taken its place. She grew steadily "Haf you seen a doctor?" t I learned of famous all-
/Ja
:
: upon. him. He .decided to ke p'an worse while the tiny flat In which she "No, Mrs. Conrad said that wasn't (Nature's Remedy). But vegetable now after NR years Tablets of

extra r o'm, and Miss Letts He really had taken such pride and which she necessary.. She said It would be a chronic constipation and biliousness-what

needed hotter ; -At; last, he talked ,to had kept so sweet and shining was 'needless expense.' That this-this freedom a chancel! New from pep bowel-now sluggishness color and vitality and intestinal

TRADE NARK REC. Anne about his plans for going to left. to neglect and disorder. And still. awful feeling had to 'run its course' poisons. This all-vegetable laxativo
gently stimulates the entire bowel, gives
Belford."I Neal didn't guess didn't notice- Of no matter what' you did. So I mmp thorough

shall have to be ,there at least course he loved her loved her dearly, thought" elimination a
Get a 25c bos. /
10$ from Monday to Thursday, every week. llJt-w he blind? (TO BE CONTINUED) All druggists'. e e e


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-:' STOP It's amazing how ITCHING'this tormenting World" Slow : to See. Value" of Morse's? Idea'

trouble-wherever it
.,' : occurs It was on May 24, IS.14,. that the Dana, Morse conceived' the I Idea of 1814, and the test demonstrated to BLACKMANSTOCK

" \ Inventor,' Samuel F. B. Morse, sat at, the' telegraph In 1832, while returning the world the practicability and utility -

;.. ..... ResmolSNAP the key in the United States Supreme [from abroad., Because, of lack of funds, 1 of the Morse electro-magnetic

s Court room, at Washington, and sent he was prevented from completing a telegrapb system \ and POULTRY

the words, "What bath God wrought," working. model: until 1835. In 1837 he. i Morse's telegraph was quickly Medicines are Reliable
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over the telegraph line to the receiver and
produced a more perfect system
OUT OF IT in' Baltimore. This successfully ell filed' his caveat at Washington. In adopted ,by many nations', and he was 0 Blackman's Medicated Lick.

maxed the many long years'of toil and 1838, thinking his, Invention sufficiently showered with honors by European A-Brik

It' hardship' which Morse had endured to perfected for commercial use, be governments. When in later years his O Blackman's Stock Powder
I
: .T' f. produce the Instrument by means of asked congress to construct an ex claim to the invention was disputed, o Blackman's Cow Tonic

; which the commercial methods of the perimental line to show Its practi- Morse successfully defended his 'e Blackman's Char-Med-Sal

world were to be radically changed. cability ; but his request encounteredonly rights. Much of the money he receIved (for Hog)

" QONT let constipation pet a oer- Morse was born at Charlestown, skepticism and ridicule. Disap- however was spent In the vir- o Blackman's Poultry Tablets

WRITE FOR TEA manent gives ariD on you.CARFIELD, Mass., April 27, 1791, and grew up [nan pointed. Morse turned to foreign gov tually ceaseless litigation over In- Blackman's Poultry Powder
the
prompt thorough
-' FREESAMPLE laxative cleansing you that helps petjig atmosphere of learning, his father ernments for aid, but again met with fringements upon his patent rights. Highest Quality Lowest Price

nd ol constipating wastes. Snap having been a minister and noted geographical sharp rebuffs. Determinedly, be strug- Morse died April) 2, 1872, as he approached -

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.f' Brooklyn. meet. tonight. (Plain-or in Yale at the, age of nineteen, young When on the verge of despair, Today, millions of miles of wire and your money back.
N w York t a bagt-at your drag.tor.)
Morse wert to England to study painting he received word on March 4,, 1813, cable extending over land and undersea BUY FROM YOUR DEALER

] and upon his return,: proved himself that ,col1gr.ess.approJ>rlnted $30; carrying' on the business of the

.. ; adept at ,the art ,Becoming: Interested 000 for the proposed trial.: Workmen world, are fitting tribute to the work BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.

,:: A Splcntlia Laxative Drink in :electrical" matters through) the pioject n line: from WashIngton of this persevering man.-Detroit FrePress. I Chattanooga, Tenn.

"- his Intimacy with Prof. J- Freeman to Baltimore, was,completed early In ,

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The Clewiston News any previous. month. While a large 1[ dividuals were placed .in_regular jobs

number of these placements were with private employers. This is indicative -

Published every Friday in Clewiston,'II Castles In The Glades } By made on Civil Works and Public of the increased interest beIng -

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Marjorie( Wallace Works Projects, it Is still gratifying shown by local industries in "the

Inc. to note that during the monthsof value of a well operated and effi-

Keathley Bowden, Editor 1'I January and February 5,732 in- (Continued on page 8))
I see by the papers that Governor pour. Believe me, our Uncle means

Sholtz is recommending the sterilization -Ito I have those concrete structures as

of the "feeble-minded, chronic near perfect as human care can NOTICE '
mall matter
Entered second class -
as
alcoholics and chronic drug-ad- make them. For the JnfornJaton.or! all concerned the following Auditor's report and 'l'
February; 1, 1927, 'at the Post financial of the City of Clewiston Is published herewith:
"' dicts. Stop shoving, doggone it! Mrs. Jim McJ.ure"has Clcwlston' Florida, March 5, 1933.
Office In Clewiston, Florida, under ; gone to her The City Commission
of C1ewL ton,
Get in line and wait your turn.
the Act of March 3, 1897. home .in Indiana for a visit. All of Clewiston. Florida.
Just to be different this week, Jim's girl friends take notice. Gentlemen:
As requested' I have examined the records of accounts of the City of Clew-
we will publish a recipe first. It Little Phyllis Flanders is in bed !iston Florida as of the close of business
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. r December 31, 1933 and hand you herewith -
comes from my versatile friend Tish with scarletina, and the Flanders statement of Assets and Liabilities as shown by those records at that date.
Advertising rates on application. I r All tax receipts Issued for payment of 1932 taxes were checked with the
Wardwell and ,is for a grapefruitpie. have a pretty red sign tacked up on records of cash received and such receipts were correctly accounted for and

The first bite may not intrigueyou their door to scare away the ped- deposited In the obankThe receipts were also checked back with the Tax Assessment -
Roll
for 1932 and verified. _
Devoted to the advancement and but keep on and by the time you dlers. That's an idea-I believe Cash on deposit In the amount of $259.79 to General Account was verified.

welfare of Glewiston and Hendry are through with the piece you will I when they're through with it I'll So$39.19 also was the deposited balance of subsequently.$103.84 on deposit to Pay Roll Account.. The cash on-hand

County.RAMBLINGS.. be howling for more. ( borrow it and get a week's rest. The amount of unpaid 1932 taxes offered for sale by the Tax Collector was

1 cup sugar. The two junior engineers in 489348. The City purchased Tax Certificates covering $4,613.88 of this amount,
to which advertising costs !of $274.20, paid by the City, should be added making
1-4 cup butter. charge of the dragline section of Division the total cost of these certificates to the City of these
............... .... .... ....... .......... 488808. Redemption
-:.: : : : : : : :.: :.: : :;:=:;: : : : : : : : :' 1-3 cup flour. 3 have become tired of solitary certificates! to December 31> 1933 amounted to $804.10, leaving a balance of
$4083.98. This figure does not Include the Clerk's fees and Interest which will be
1 1-2 cups grapefruit juice. bliss and are moving their fam- collected by the City as certificates are redeemed. -

1-4 teaspoon salt. ilies onto the job. Paul Blair got December There 31 remained, 1933 which a balance has since of $25.20 been of paid.1932 taxes due by the Tax Collector at

3 eggs. his as far as Clearwater and they Collections on account of 1933 taxes are as follows:
TotAl t9.y.... l1'vlprt. fn..,. 1Q"t"t ________ .... ....A .?""....A.
will to Moore ----- ------ -- --- -- ------------ -s."'" "
Bare suspicion (that's what she move Haven when thev Less: Tax Payments Received ______________$ 1,255.63
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vvvvvvv-: -: vv says) grated grapefruit rind and a can find a house; Laurence Knapp Discounts Allowed _:________________________ 44.13 1.299.76

Clewiston has been up in the air sprinkle of grated nutmeg. Make has his installed at the Moore Ha- Uncollected balance --------________________ $ 12961.70
this week-literally speaking.A just like a lemon meringue pie in r ven Hotel. The amount shown In the balance sheet as Accrued Wages $196.16, repre-
sents the labor for December.
payroll This was paid In December from the
Sebring plane visited the local baked shell. And while on the subject And Inspector Neeley has bought $300.00 Pay Roll Fund leaving the balance of $103.84 previously mentioned. As,

airport Sunday and the pilot was: of cooking, why don't you send a house car. ,,. however no warrant had been Issued for reimbursement from the General Ac-
count up to the date covered by this report, the amount Is shown as accrued.
kept busy taking passengers up at a for two bulletins published by the I wish I could answer the ques- Very truly yours

dollar each. The crowd was small l Florida Dept. of Agriculture, free tion fired at me a dozen times a W. C. WORTH,
Deputy City Clerk.
but business was enormous and for the asking if you will write to day-"What Is Canal Construction STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES-GENERAL FUND

when the plane left at dark for home Tallahassee. They .are Bulletin 46, going to do?" If yo\i- can find out k I As of City the Close of Clewiston of Business-Clewiston December, Florida 31st, 1933.'

there were people at the hangar 1932, and Bulletin 50, 1931; the ;jou're a. better man than. L. am, ASSETS -

just begging them to make first is Florida Fruits and Vegetables Gunga Din. "- ., CASH
one On deposit First Bank of Clewlston, General Account____$ 259.79 -
more trip. in the Family Menu, and the Have just finished reading the On deposit First Bank of Clewiston, Pay Roll Account ____ 300.00
the chapter entitled In hand __________________-________________________________ 39.19 $ .59898
in
second same the Commercial Relativity for Everybody
Ye editor had more than passing .... s
interest in Menu, and they are chock-full of In Darrow's New World of UNPAID TAXES :tr.
this group from the High- Physical Tax Collector, 1932 Assessment ____________________-_________ 25.20 :: w
lands county seat. The three members splendid recipes .,!and suggestions Discovery. Out of the Tax Collector, 1933 Assessment _____:-______________________ 12,96170 12.85.90
of the company were Mel Steph- which we perhaps, don't know. Us- night that covers me, black as the

enson, a former army flier, Wayne ing local products is an economicaland pit from pole to pole, comes this one Certificates TAX CERTIFICATES purchased by the City ________________________ '_ 4083.98
healthful habit. feebly luminous comfort-everybody PERMANENT '
Maynard, whose father, Captain There is Equipment ___________-______________________-_ ....___..:____ 254.07
Maynard, lived and flew in and has been quite an exodus i I crazy, and what difference_ doesit ,

around Sebring so many years ago this past week from the Pahokee office make, anyhow? Now if I could ,. _$ 17,923.93
LIABILITIES
we can't count back accurately to Stuart and the work, on thee just make some practical use of relativity -I WARRANTS PAYABLE j

and Walt Ivings, who has done St. Lucie. Hoomes Rich has been as for instance subduing my i As per schedule attached __________________________________ -... -$ 579.48

noteworthy work on Sebring news .,sent over in charge, I understand, of clamorous family, when dinner is an Accrued ACCRUALS labor payroll ______________________________________... ::-.' : .. 196.16
the work. T. C. Dean and his wife, hour late because I have been bridg SURPLUS '
papers. Stephenson pilots, Maynard Unappropriated balance, December 31, 1933 ______________ 17,148.29
Jimmy Boyd Frank ing, by a learned
makes the delayed parachute jump, Rabbit Cothern, dissertation on the

and Walt Ivings, publicity man, business Soupy Elliott, Claddie Savage, and non-existence of absolute time; or $ 17,923.93 -
STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENSES-GENERAL FUND
manager and what, not, taxies Lonnie Mathis have been added to taking more than my share of the City of Clewiston-Clewiston, Florida

passengers from hangar to plane ina the solid citizens of Stuart. The bed and keeping Pop, teetering on For the Calendar Year Ending December 31st, 1933. ..
INCOME
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midget Austin, thus Congaree is there and the Alice is on the opposite edge, happy by explaining Taxes levied 1933 $ 14.261.46 .. :
giving them ------------------------------------------ ':
methods; of her way. By the way, the master of that it is not at all the force Occupational Licenses ______________________________________ 20275 'jo'-.
transportation described of Rentals ____________________________________________________ 115.00 .:\.
by a visitor as ""passing from the the Alice is a brother'of Captain gravity that makes him uncomfortable Certificate Redemption Fees ______________________________ 74.00 ,...:.:
ridiculous to 'Watson of the Congaree, making the but a mere bagatelle like Auto Tax received from State ._________________________ 2500 ;.,I
the sublime. Interest on Tax Certificates redeemed --__________________ 40.19 ,$ 14,718.40'
Perhaps the most excited of the dredging of the St. Lucie quite a curved space-then I could see some .

Sebring family affair. Some time soon Tish sense in Mr. Einstein. 'As it is EXPENSES _
visitors was diminutive and the Office _____________________________________________________ 1575.80 '
attractive Miss Broking, society and and I are planning to trek over to mental fog produced by this "sim Street Lighting '___________________________________________ 2.098.44Legal
local reporter for the Sebring News, see what is going on. pIe" explanation of his theories has and Publications ____________________________________ 616.32
Police 668 60
who made the trip from Sebring and Sally Boyd is spending the time me ga-ga. Insurance--:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 66:85

return in Jimmie is away with her folks in' Which you have no doubt noticed. Street and Bridges -___-____________________________________ 1,172.82
the plane. Cutting weeds ____________________________,,_________________ 1288.80
Stephenson took each trip over Sanford, and Jo Rich is celebrating Nice of you to refrain from the ob Parks and Parkways ___-_____________________----------- 1,146.98 -
Clewiston to her temporary widowhood havingthe vious remarks, however. Well the Garbage and Sanitation ______________________________-_-___ 371.24
the hurricane gate'site.. : Equipment Operation ________________________________:__:____ 1,553.56
It is a most instructive trip just flu. weather is getting pretty and ware e Discounts allowed on Tax Payments ______________________ 92.92 $ 10,65233
liow-with the levee and Inspector Boswell has a new job still 'getting paid, so it's not
hurricanegate ________
Excess'of Tax Levy and other Income over expenses $ 4,066.07
at a stage to give an excellent -don't know what to call it, but such a bad old world after all. Till By order of City Commission. '

idea of the finished product. A Connally Nail suggested "Conservator next weekthen.-- M. W. BIGG" City Clerk. -<- ...
Vo. 14C March 16. 23.
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bird's eye view of the job is really a of Water. He trots around to 'J ,
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treat. all the tide gages in the vicinity and -- \

Tuesday afternoon a party com is responsible for, keeping 'the water Re-employment Service

posing "Mel in the lake and canals at the .
Swanson's Flying Cir proper
cus" brought two planes here for a I level. Which reminds me of an intelligent Places 48,771 Men AtI

two day's visit. inspector in the West Palm I How "
The
most
attraction-for unusual Beach district_ whr,,. 'ar*' .. oo, n*, ....t a.. Work On State Projects YOU CAN MOTOR
Glades residents nt n ------- ? .v >i u.a s>cui UUL tU \
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least-was the opportunity to ride install a tide gage, and spiked it

in a Ford tri-motored firmly to the side of a floating
12 passenger According to Mr. W. P.
Arledge,
plane. .barge. Yes, I know gauge is the
manager of the local National Reemployment
Virginia proper spelling.' But it hadn't ECONOMICALLY
oughtto
Whittelsey, girl pilot, did be. Service in the State of

some pretty stunting with the smaller Florida has placed a, total of 48,771 t ..
plane. Have you been down to the .
Climbing to a good altitude dipp- men and )..
t women in jobs since the ,
she released a long ribbon of ing vat back of the Clewiston Inn? i Inception of the Service' In the State. told in ". ,'
paper, then dived the There you will find Mr. C. E. Wil- i1-
plane
into During
the
1 it liams of Jacksonville months of Januaryand __
cutting it busily engaged
several
' times before it in putting nice February of this year, a total .r.g,1..t -%

reached About into the the ground.time Northern papers you asphalt on the and a sections tar glutinous and of what coatingof have placed of 22,738 in jobs men, showing and women,.a gratifying were rA/i/TllS. / ; !/ BO 0 K :',

go ecstacies pipe for the
' a half-column long increase over the total number of ,
: over the arrival of spring we begin culverts.. They are 5 by 10 feet in placements made I I I'' ( I I) r .;
per month during :0r'f
t to feel that summer is here. size, 5 gage steel, and weigh 500 i 1 I ..,
Sunday

.t : was for one plenty local warm, too warm in fact pounds apiece only. First and they they are come brushed galvanized -- :: 'i''I! \ WAYSTO .;'
grocer to : \
appreciate clean JJ8 M ccusi ..il, 5 I
and 6
, He inadvertantly left a few apples then hooked onto a i:,', I__ ''J S H V fi:", :-:r" ..
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't in a display window on which ,the travelling chain hoist to go through Counselor and Attorney at Law I !iI",,,"; 'oj,> .I. -. .r
the
,: sun shone bath of boiling coating-and by : '
brightly. '
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Monday morn Hopkins '. '
Building o :
l.- "- ing the apples next to the plate glass the way, when I took a look at that ;;' ;/ -.; I .
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Wednesdays and j''f
cauldron I decided Saturdays I :
were baked to a turn. to be a good ;

, At last Clewiston is going to have girl the rest of my life and properly 9:30 to 4:00 I' It costs you nothing>

that movie. Ground was repented me of all my sins, hav- 'I
broken -
:., week on the lot next to the B and this B ing a vague recollection of hell as Watches. Clocks, Jewelry -- No obligation to buy 7

' grocery the a lake of boiling pitch. This par-
. on highway for thea
a
ter building for Mrs ticular lake is kept stewing and Jewelry Repairingw.
Mary
::, Davis of LaBelle. Mrs. Davis; Hayes is -ed bubbling by three kerosene blow H. MERRITT Stop for your complimentary copy of th j

itor of the Hendry torches, and is merely 450 to 475'
, County News, and WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
; as tho degrees hot. The steel sections
newspapering get
were not a suf valuable book. It's filled with
:, ficient struggle for one two baths of different durations and Rear or moneysavingfacts -

i iE!, also owns and manages person she come out nice and shiney and black Clewiston Drug. Company
a movie in
4 E LaBelle and, we hints, suggestions and forms for
hope
i and one in Naples, the Clew completely protected CLEWISTON FLORIDA
"
iston house will make her third. against the corrosive action of Lake P. Q. Box 521 I 4

Well, if she can pack people in her Okeechobee water. Mr. Williams is "We Are Here To recording all carexpenses and savings. Also ;, .
theatre very pleasant Stay"WEAVEIIEE
in the same proportion as indeed and you will I

the town is packed right now, she'll! enjoy a visit to his plant. shows how PURE Oil products and service

do a whale of a business. While you are down in that neigh-
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So-perhaps we'll be, seein' ,you at borhood, let me remind you that will
OINTMENT
help to
the movie soon. Gayle's gate is at the very peak of -----1 you motor economically in 1934. I

_
/ interest now, with pouring going on At Clewiston Drug Stores I

POST SEASOX GAME WON apace. And what a pace! Regular For Groundltch and Athlete's The supply of tile .
6co&s
BY CONTRACTORS TEAM: as clock-work. They have the most Foot : Is limited .;

The nearly automatic mixer you ever 25c I -Get yours and sts.lsavins today.

Contractors won over a saw-it does everything but taut

picked Clewiston team 8-5 In diamond Plywood forms and industrious

ball game on the local field spading of the concrete make rN 2fTA7Y9

last Thursday night. as smooth as a plastered wall a, and job .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: BAKER S SERVICE .

the Campbell plate in found the first trouble inning finding and are the massive a delight proportions to the artistic of the gate eyed ;:$s:; SEA FOOD MARKET =$:i=

walked four men, but steadied an On your way back you might stopat :|i: LUNCHES |::

before the game was over had sent Charlie Trainor's laboratory ijE.
by -

and 21 men allowed to the 2 hits.dugout on strikeouts, the crete warehouse is tested and see how the con / | J. G. MARTIN ,*|: STATION .

from the
determine :*: *
FIRST DOOR NORTH POOLE'S :*
BakerSwindle and Avant wor k- tion of the 'mIx to the crushing of LABELLE GRO
I X FLORIDA '

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Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley spent and was presented with the high ,Mrs. O. H. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- ;E. Beardsley, Mrs. N. L. Hemenway, ,..
Sunday visiting in West Palm Beach. prize, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt received berg' ., Mrs. Duff: Mrs. Downs, Mrs.: Mrs. C. R. Byrd; Mrs. F. M. Wright
Personal MentionJ. Mrs. 'F. D. Duff held ]
second high
I I E. P. Myers, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, 1 Mrs. O. F. ,Schiffli, and Mrs. M. .W.
Mrs. J. E. Edwards and children the lucky card for the cut prize and
Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y- Patterson Bigg was tea guest."
I returned 1'0.their home in Jacksonville the horroree, 'Mrs. Scharnberg received -! .
I \ Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. C.
the week-end Saturday after spending several I
Lofton spent
V. the, guest gift. Worth, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. F.
weeks here visiting Mr. and Mrs.
visiting in Miami.Lieutenant Present were Mrs. J. P. Percy, I. Hill, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. J. Subscribe to the' NewsClewiston
A. O. Ward.
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: -r'*r." Kenneth Fields spent C. E. Nall, C. W. MacDonald and I
the week-end in Miami
Oliver Galloway returned to Clew- II'I':' .0. ..i'Y
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iston Tuesday from Peoria, IlL,

;S.-,,-.",;",..';':. visiting C. J. Lovvorn in Lakeland.spent the week-end ing where the they Caterpillar spent ten Service days School.attend-i I Y: :2: An Attractive HomeWe'Can :yI ii: ::

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;.:':.:. '" on Tom business Shelley Monday.was ,in Fort Myers C., B.spent VanLandingham Sunday and Monday of Jacksonville visiting -- =: We Helped Build U:sj: ::

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in Clewiston as the guest of :' .:. .:'
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:, J. E. Beardsley made a business his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. .'. .:. ..
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5': Mrs. George A. Yon, of South Ann, left Friday for Tampa where Ui

;:" Bay was the guest of friends in they are visiting Mrs. Sparrow's : r'- : (44f 1 k U ;
. for few weeks. Mr.
;c5 Clewiston Saturday. parents a -Sparrow _
,..,'. will join them early in April .:. : .., ';. ." '.' '' ,
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and Mrs. L. Simpson, of Miami : I.:. ,:1
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C. J. Gonterman, Mel Swanson Coes, Ohio, Vir- .:. .t. '.. ... )1
of Clewiston, of St. Louis, Mo., wasa ginia Whittlesey, of Ulis Rapids, ,, .!. .t. .:. .:. ,,'::,

business visitor here this week. Wis.. Jerry Wessling, of Toledo. .!.. ..:!.. ..i. ..:0'. ',;i
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Ohio, Charles Richter of Milwau- '. : .:. .:. ; .
D. Miller, and W. M. Hitcher, of kee,'Wis., and Billy Morgan,- of Minneapolis .;. .:::.: '+' ,;. ';.-')

,.e"'Vest Palm eBach, were here for a Minn., are spending the ''t''. ..:s.., t 'i, u ''t':. .'t'sE .. '"f-
T6 few days this week on business.Mr. week in Clewiston.Mr. : ': "'
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and Mrs. B. M. Ragar, of Tam- and Mrs. L. fl.1' Oliphant, of 't. ; ; : 'i. :}
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pa, visited in Clewiston briefly this Marietta, arrived Saturday to visit f : $ ff

, week. their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Xy xx
, and Mrs. R.-C. Wilson. Sunday Mr. x f

, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. E. L. Stew- and Mrs. ,Oliphant and Mrs. and Mrs. .. ,:. .t.
- art, and Miss Marcia Avant spent Wilson motored to West Palm .:'. : 'i'.. .t..

,, Tuesday in West Palm Beach. Beach. Mr. Oliphant returned to .i' ,'. I j 'f' .;.
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' ., -- Marietta Monday afternoon, Mrs. ''
, :Lieutenant and Mrs. N. L. Hem- Oliphant will remain for some time. I fX yf

_:.-.... enway' were week-end visitors in .Y, : yy'' ..

',,.. .; Miami. CHARMING MRS. W.VISITOR.M. REDELSHEIMER HONOREDBY H Help You To Own A Home ;n'U t :_

Mrs. Freida Luckey spent the

- week-end in LaBelle visiting her Mrs. O. H. Scharnberg was the

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Miller.D. honoree Friday afternoon at a delightful at the bridge ClewistonInn party !U Clewiston Home Building Association U".i: :

B. McCarthy, of Okeechobee, at which Mrs. W. M. Redel-
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O. Wallace, of Pahokee, were visit- .
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Lieutenant George Kumep left recently ,
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been transferred temporarily by the .\ :

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Engineers ,: l < : I HEVROLET factories are breaking ,.

Mr. and Mrs.* S. J. Yoder' and .1 < .I : records, trying to give America all the

daughters, Margaret, ,Patty and Mar- '..; ,y > s ; ., d % cars it wants. 4000 units a day are rolling off '
ion, of Moore Haven, were Sunday ;
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r' the lines. In fact Chevrolets '
afternoon visitors in Clewiston. "_ assembly more
? .';;: : ; :< are now being produced than any other make

Miss Elizabeth West Miss Vilma : --s ff" of automobile in the world.

Rhodes, Miss Gertrude'Balasok and fit ,n t.. fY,<
Miss Eva Mae Green were visitors Iy Naturally, Chevrolet is proud of the recordits

' to West Palm Beach Saturday } i Q, 'r. fi its factories have made this year. Especially
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Mr. and Mrs. George W. Lukins, ;
'. of Baltimore, Md., spent several days To fill the record- ?' ; is not merely last year's model improved,

::. : this week in Clewiston transacting sE ro' but a basically new automobile throughout.

- :. ':' business. breaking nationwide kLP\\ Producing so many of these cars .so early :;

::.-, A. L. Hackett, Van Bush, Jack >. ; N in the season, and producing them all up to

: ; Strickland and Z. G. Meredith sPent { f' ''. .A Chevrolet high standards of quality, is nothing
demand Chevrolets
'":, :,:" Sunday in Palm Beach where they :{; : ,, :. q :{. f short of a real accomplishment! 9 ''
attended the tennis tournament.
'.' ,;'" Chevrolet takes this opportunity to thank
are being produced >
,' Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Etherton spent F' )t4: the American public for the wonderful way it
.': several days last week visiting
has received the 1934 Chevrolet car. And
friends and relatives in Tampa and at a record-breaking);!
Bartow. i\'v: > Chevrolet is happy to report, that with over

,t;;;i .. ?'''' '' "1 ? v :r?< r'' : 4,000 cars a day being built, dealers every

y Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. O. H. Scharn- rate of t:} .' : : w y y ><;t'," where will soon be in a position to make -

berg and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimerwere immediate deliveries.CHEVROLET .
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Tuesday visitors in Palm s

Beach. s MOTOR CO., DETROIT, MICH. .
<,whN a.. Lote delivered prices and easy G.M.A.C.term
.Mrs. C. W. MacDonald returned 'C- ? ) l
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: to Clewiston Tuesday after spendinga
week in Orlando and Daytona I
Beach visiting friends and relatives. l
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Mr. and -C,Trainor and .. fflhtiVC: .IDc 4

daughter, Barbara Anne, 'and Al units a day : ; '" : .. : j.J 1t,5 : j
Trainor, spent Sunday in Pahokee .) :,
: ,,) :. visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Wallace.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. Jackson and $ s r r' be satisfied with any.,. 1
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t' ':: '> r. :' other low-pnced car
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;:.: : Myers, visited? here for r
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Mr. and } ,rs. 'I.' E. Scott, and
daughter, Irene, Mrs. Lida Short !

and Mrs. Lillian Harben were mong ewiston Motor Company
"' here the Moore Sunday.Haven people visiting



.... Mr. and Mrs. A, W. Lawrence, Authorized Chevrolet Dealer
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) Miss Boncell Stone and Roy Dur-
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WARM WATER WILL I FEATHERHEADS Quick Results I
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BRING MORE EGGS Vo ALL KIM HAVE W 'rNANK5TvE-" 7NANIGp.Hr'

'-THIS '(ERe LUCKV/J1 I HAVEN'T CARRIED Ti&Mi ;

Hens Must Drink Plenty to RABBIT FOOT, ONe SINce| I \ \

Aid Their Appetite. MISTA' FEA1'HAKFAD( : WAS A i IN MUSIC, TOO .
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We all know that a liberal supplyof IT A pianist of exceptional ability was
water Is essential to egg laying.It muij visiting an Indiana city and was:

Is equally necessary for the nutrition asked to play for the pupils. of a .
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of all l Kinds of live stock. When junior high school. '
the laying flock Is supplied with cold d The children were thoroughly appreciative -
water according to an authority In and spent some time after .
Wallaces' Farmer the tendency Is for the concert in discussing the art and"
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the hens to drink less than they need 'the selections that had heen played.
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for maximum nutrition, and that "Miss S- puts so much expres-
means fewer eggs. If you have a very Y sion In her musjc," said one.
warm poultry house this lack of cold '''max "Yes she certainly puts the right I '. -

water consumption may not be so evident expression in," said another, but ...
but In the average farm poultry the thing that Interested me most
house where It Is difficult to maintaina was her wonderful technocracy:
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favorable temperature during very Indianapolis News. ,," :
cold weather the drinking water rP "":.

should always be kept several degrees 6E BOT OH BOY Here's a Laugh
above freezing.The .E L III!!! OHJ
cAREFUir RABBITFoOT
The 'pretty girl sat in the cornerof
effect of cold water In a cold -TH.IS OLD --
'- OH U!! A MOUSE// FELIXJ the compartment next to her yotuig '
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house was eery clearly observed a SURE PiP ) ,
man, her niece on her knee r The :
short time ago on a farm where two / ,
i3RING- ME train dashed Into a tunnel, 'and sud
flocks of hens were Kept In the same 4r
LUCKy !/ denly the: other passengers heard the _
house under the same conditions, as .. ,
little' girl exclaim:., "Kiss me; .too; : _
to temperature and feed. There was. ,111\10 Auntie Violet!" ..,' ,. '. ., ..... ,', I1.1)"
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:"Mavis sad! Aunt Violet, quickly.
of these birds. One flock was provided '
'ou' should say 'Kiss me twice.
with a water heater while the oth-
"Kiss :me two ,is not J good. g .IJ1JI1ar..';,...>'
er received only cold water to drink '
water that was sometimes down to the ; '
freezing point. Before real cold> I. : 1

weather both flocks produced about
50 per cent of eggs. ANYWAY'I'

When cold weather.set. In,* the cold '
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water flock stopped laying and .went, :: / _
Into a molt while the 'flock;: with the \ ;; ....>> .,.
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panied by a loss in feed consumption
which explains the cessation of egg
Too Fast HIGH FINANCES Right AnswerA
laying by the flock that went Into a I I
molt when cold weather came on. Customer: should like to know young man learning salesmanshipin
why it Is that the potatoes in the top one of the downtown stores went

of the sack that I bought from you to the manager of the department to
Egg Laying Tests Prove were so much bigger than the ones at learn- ,whether the rayon underwearhad .

Beneficial to BreedersSince the bottom? been ordered.. -
egg-laying contests began I Grocer-That's easily 'explained. t "No," said the manager' "why?"

nearly twenty-three years ago breeders I This variety of potatoes grow so fast "Well, I Just told a man that'tleS,.
have been greatly aided in, produc- that by the time,a sackful is dug the would be in 'any time now. Was thai "Tom I wish j ou'd come to see me
ing better chicks and better layers. last ones ar"e about twice the size of the right answer?" IndianapolisNews. occasionally." _
"Why, Bess I thought ..S'u'wer&'
the first. ; .
Also the breeder of production poul-
engaged to Jimmy.Smith?" 1. ,
try has been able to increase the stam
ina and vitality of his flock and, In Aptly Named End of the Line "Nobut; I 'think I could be If.I). ,
consequence the longevity of layers. They were discussing winter. sports. I The stout woman ,slipped on, the Icy could" get up a little brisk 'competltion. -

The trapnest In accurately record- : "By the way," said the young bachelor top step of the stairway .and rolled 't<- . .
Ing the performance of Individuals! has., "can you tell me why'the word "'c"V"- 'II, hii-fc -" "S''iMV" :>iVi''''h" h').J the bottom, carrying with her a:small "hl

vividly portrayed the history of each 'skis' is nearly always pronounced'shes' Candidate-Isn't $15,000 for a seat man who had been coming up just be: Diagnosis Now Simplified

trapped bird,' Its laying ability Its rest ?" In the city council a pretty big ex- hind her. "Why is Meyer; the doctor,.so popular .r
periods, its cycles of production and His much-married friend gave 'a pense? As the landing was reached,-the lit ?" '

Its health. It Is a notable fact ,that; cynical smile. Committeeman-With all these fran- tie man waited a moment for action : '' 'In his waiting room he has three ,
mortality is lightest among birds ca- "Yes," he said. "Probably It's because chise questions coming up it isn't. an then, lifting his head as!: far as 'circumstances settees-one for North sea, one for "
pable of laying 200 'or more eggs and novice never knows what they expense. It's an imestment. would permit, gasped: "You'll' Switzerland and the :other for : the -'
contra, Is heaviest among the birds lay- are going to do ''next." :have to get off here, lady.; This Is as Riviera. Patients just take the seat .

Ing less than 200 eggs in" their pullet Waiting for a Bus far as we go." they prefer and he does not have to
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These two classes of birds are'clear At last he approached the superin- Muskete. :
LAST IS FIRST
ly indicated by the trapnest-epidemics tendent. :
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not always perceptible''In early ,,' .
"Can you tell me where the cemetery Interrupted '
stages by even closest observation, are is?" Prisoner-Judge, I don't !know";what'to '
k always detectable through the aid of "Why do you ask?" do. '

the tra !lest. "I would like to know where they ., Judge-Why, how's that? .. ,., ."
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bury people who die while waiting for Prisoner swore: to'tell the'truth;*

' -' Laying Characteristics the bus." ; out every time I -try, some. lawyer 01>.--:>

J It Is important to:be able to distinguish jectsl:-Labor. .

J between the laying and the non- I Keep Still n

laying birds. If a bird Is laying the "You say that you are the sole Safe _
:.: comb will be red and full the vent support of a widowed mother your First Snake (at. the zoo)-Here ':
:i.c'' dilated and moist the pelvic bones father' having recently been killed In comes a woman. _
-I.:' thin pliable and wide apart and the an explosion? How did the explosion Second Snake-I'm glad I'm 'not in -
abdomen large soft and pliable, while happen her-shoes! ,

If not laying the comb will be pale or "Mother says it was too much yeast, .

whitish-colored, the vent contracted and but Uncle John thinks it was. too little The New Bathing Suit

l' dry, the pelvic bones rigid and close sugar." "Is your wife a believer In effi: Prim Old Lady (viewing the bath
k together and the abdomen firm or "Poor: old Weary! He's gone nuttyat ciency?" : ers-I) think they might just as well
?f' hard. In a yellow-skinned bird the last!" :: HIGHHATTINGp ""Yes indeed. She always reads the go around naked as have nothing one
beak vent and shank" of a heavy layer "How wus dat?" last chapter of a novel first. You'veno -Boston Transcript. \
are pale yellow or white in color, "He lost his mind tryin' to figger outa idea how many books this method .
whereas the beak. vent and shank of a way to eat In his sleep!" } saves, her the trouble. of wading
poor layer or of a layer that is taking l "

fi '. a long rest are usually bright yellowIn Mistaken Identity _- through. THE FLAVOR

color. "You dear old Henpeck. I saw you A Light SleeperA

sewing a button on your coat yesterday ; man walked into the office and
!it A.S.T-I
Like "First-Cross" "
Chicks stated that he had come in reply to
" Within the past few years there has "That is not true." the firm's advertisement for a'night-
developed a considerable demand' "I saw you." watchman. l4
r among southern California egg farm- "Is Is not true." "What are your qualifications for "

ers for "first-cross" chicks, produced "But I saw you with my own eyes." this job?" asked the foreman.
''k- by mating Australop males with White "It Is not true-it- was my wife's The man scratched his head. "Well

.leghorn females, pedigreed stock being coat." guv'nor" he said, "the least bit of s:.
used on both sides. Recognized noise wakes me up." ( A'__ S
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:authorities are of the opinion that a Nice People r

, '"first-cross" between standard-bred Magistrate-You say your husband Jimmy-Ma's tellin' all de neighbors He Saw the Ghost
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I t parents can be made an Important factor attacked! you first striking you to the you're going to buy a car in a few_ Two colored boys were' having an
;. In Increasing constitutional vigor ground.; What happened then? months. argument about ghosts. One of them
In the progeny.-IAS Angeles Times. "Well ..sir, he stood these singing Pop-Your ma knows we' are goingto claimed to have seen a ghost as he FR

'Go to Sleep, My Baby,' so I ups move In the spring and the neigh- passed the-.cemetery the night before.
to
. Worm the Sitters and 'its 1m with a bottle and sung bors'll never see us again. "What was dis here ghos' doin'

The most common cause of the In- 'Meet' Me In My Dreams Tonight, when you las' seen him?" asked the ,
troduction of worms Into small flocks Luv,,!" Needed Help doubting one

- previously free from them Is the purchase Judge asked negro In court: "Would "Jes' fallin' behin', mistah; fallin' f CG %
J. ,'- of a broody hen from a wormy Birth of Fame you like a lawyer?" behin' rapid." t
/' flock. Her chicks early become In-, "Why did you- tell Joe you marriedme "No suh, I don't want no lawyer T
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: fected, and In many cases the cause because I'm such a wonderful but I suttenly could use a couple of Kind of Her
r:,'_ of their failure ,to grow Is not suspected cook? I can't boil a potato." good witnesses." "Dad," said Johnnie one night after
:.: until they are permanently But, I had to give some excuse." V ___ school "my teacher takes a great Interest
I.. stunted. Look for worms In the droppings His Resemblance In you." 4o
of the sitters and of the hens Pass the Arnica Caller-I know all of your family "How soi" asked the father: es I -
:... with chicks. If there' are any. It is "Jack was the goal of my ambition, -except your brother Hal W. Which "Today she told me six times to sit
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r' best to substitute hens free from but alas I" side of the home does he look like? down and behave myself, and then sha
worms If you have or can get them. "What happened, dear?" Small Brother-Oh, the side with said she wondered what kind of a father
"E'ather kicked tbe goaL" the bay window I I had.-Pathfinder Magazine.
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HISTORY MADE I.Ame 'lcu'.J ,. .' I I.

BY THE BEAVER Henry Hudson' 'though primarilyin "Does your wife drive,?",' LOOIC FOR THIS CROSS
quest of a route to China, made "Oh, no. That mudguard was miss-

his employer in Holland 'a report II Ing.when. I bought; the. car., It Means the REAL ARTICLE
which, dealing with the commercial
:lf Animal Played Big Part in possibilities of New Amsterdam'sfurs Your local dealer carries Ferry's' l

American Life. was so enthusiastically phrased Pure Bred Vegetable Seeds. Now
'I that for the next 17 ;years peltries only 5 cents a package Adv. GENUINE BAYER Of
.. formed practically the sole enterprise Bayer< ,

In the rush of packing and getting of the Dutch colonists who set- And Boiled Over ASPIRIN ManufactureVhen

r .:>.....' tickets for your, outing next summer tled" in our country. The nucleus' of Larry-How did the story you Q
will thought to the all this peltry trade. was'the beaver.
you not give a cooked up to tell your wife pan out?
',:. history making beaver and the part Vern-It ended in a family stew.
"
', he had In' developing the' country you Town in Mid-Ocean you go to buy aspirin, Remember this for your own

_ are starting out to see. But, he hada A 'vast uncharted island.t'orerunnerof just remember this: Every protection. Tell your friends ;

big part in making history and In many.others which will give to the tablet of real aspirin of about it for their protection. "

: making land. The beaver is the little world a' new race of island dwellers, Whitens Clears The Bayer manufacture is Demand and

S' .. chap that .kept beckoning :to the. Is said by a Berlin. correspondent: stamped with this cross. No get. Genuine :
:\'. < explorers who made a profit on his'ri. likely to..rise. shortly in.rthe North Skin Quickest WayNo tablet without this cross is BayerAspirin.fi fi
pelt. He led them to great lakes and GENUINE Bayer Aspirin.
sea A time in the near futures has
f-J:. ':.. \. great rivers over mountains and Into been visualized when there will be matter. how dull and dark your
Safe relief for headache, colds, sore'throat, "I. .
i?; -'.: wonder valleys.New' complexion; no.mAttcr how freckled and ,
maritime towns moored in :the 'mid
". coarsened by "sun and wind, Nadinola pains of rheumatism and neuritis, etc.
:!;;f{:: : York state's shield accords a dle of the Atlantic and complete with :
.Bleaching Cream -Will -
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t;t/ .. which was the corner stone of trade aircraft. Fast airplane services 'your skin to new beauly, Y. ,

::": In Colonial days, says the American will be begun fronvthe' mainland and quickest, easiestway.. r 1 ",
:: ',': : Nature association of 'Washington- in between the island communities, Just apply at bedtime; t., c7 ;P; Definition Johnny's Idea ,
f.<:: which will on request, give information -' airdromes wireless Nadinola,, tested and .. J, Teacher-What
...:' you with powerful. trusted for over a" ..,,:' : ;}'l Is a polygon. Teacher-Johnny, what are the sea
r generation
t. on the beaver. His one stations,/ will be built., Then: will { Bright Pupil-A parrot that has es sons? .
begins
?bfbeautify,1; ;;
",} ':.' time Importance is enshrined 'in the come the health seekers. Weel -end- ing work vhlle:you.slecp. ;,. .;"-s.<.:, caped.-St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Johnny-Football and basebalL1kepflt
\, ,. heroic traditions of the Hudson's< Bay erf' will discover this new world'on Then you see day-by-day :v..::.. tt.::
j.-: ;.4 company and of the North West'company their doorsteps. The islands will improvement .until your 'f t>:v.:""- "
7- of Canada and in ''the accounts complexion is all youlong; .:-,j '
; have their trees, flowers and gardens. :4.tj.2dj./
/ : of; Alexander Mackenzie's epip journeys -, The' sea will be harnessed to provide forfcreamy white, satin- .! 'J' m TT
smooth lovely. Get a large box of
'i:' ) .'T to the Arctic and the Pacific.or. electricity, arid the wnrits} of the.com- NAPINOLA,,only- 50c. 'disappoint )

All these British undertakings had munities will be supplied by cargo ments, _nft- long| waiting! for results.3foneybact ..
}.;;':':::'..'. :, the beaver for their foundation carrying aircraft: from the mainland. -guarantee.ft .
y% : But the United:States.can boast an ., ,: ((...in these days of recovery..if I don't, some- :
:equal indebtedness to this little rodent ft i '. one else will hSte.my job." How? Nell learned 1
". : ; During millenniums prior to years ago that work...wear and tear..takes'some- %/
SA thing out of men and women-particularly those who

h'::'I,_ .<.'. our shores forefathers'the beaver' had landing been on d ,'mmIn these; 'I Whose' F It ? I work' "1 tore indoors.down those-, precious red-blood-cells faster ":
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'I'.;; the.fetreqms and so retaining, the than my good body could rebuild. A friend told me !
t: ';it' ;:' : impounding waters the: silt and. the story of that grand medicine S.S.S. Now at 4, 'r
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, ..:;. -. r'l 5 which would otherwise have P. M. I am fit to still 'carry on':" >- '
";, been carried to the sea. '. If you feel"weak..lack a keen appetite...or if 1.

7., ... ;:' Fertility of most of our, valleys,. your skin is pale.. .try S.S.S. Unless your case is ":
1' 'i. our farms and even our flower'.gaf-: exceptional, you should soon notice a pick/up in 7amY. ;4t

,' .; j dens was initiated by the teeth of, a appetite. strength and skin should improve with .l

;;,/, c ;,;, ,small, 'furry and tir iess,;;n?"er who increased and energy.
i S.S.S. is not just a so-called tonic but a tonic >
'\ specially
:,: made arable the valleys) .which the
i/ : '. Ice had created, thereby 'becom' designed stimulate gastric secretions, and
: age. also the
. r having mineral elements so very, very neces-
:: ." ;?:- lug our,, pioneer agronomist; ; His sary rebuilding the oxygen-carrying hemo-glo-bin '
::: successful efforts at soil r"6clamation -, of the blood to enable you to "carry on" without ;. .
:-"';: ,:. antedated the earliest'experi! exhaustion asyou should naturally.. At all drug stores. + ''
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f),: :. :, ture and the'Garden club of America

V".:.; : .;.S'by .proba ly, at least a million 'years.. Coughed Day and Night r------CUT ME OUT-----*

: ; .-. This wa's' the condition when, in Mrs. M. Pierce of 318 I and LORD mall AMES me.with,Inc.your,360 name N.Michigan and address Avenue to I IB
:":, :: ,. 1GOO 'Samuel de entered" -- S. Bay St. Gainesville, 1 Chicago. I will bring yon a free sample of /
; Champlain "
Fla., said: A few years I Loray Face; Powder mako
the northern part of present New l ago I was very sick. ..tiOO to$10.00 a week trdetails snare time. 5
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and sanded
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,- .., I his Half Moon into New V'orkbay, : If 'a. Child Wont ,Play with Others? dc. : :+ not day able and night.to sleep I was and
; ascended the river that bears
: now felt all played out. I
' : his names; and, on reaching where"toda'y Parents who understand children There are happy, healthy boys and started taking D r. WANTED ,
know'wl ere' to the lame> who\-'have 'never known the Pierce's Golden Medical
:: .is the city 'of 'Albrfhy l ascertained place girls
. ''' Discovery. I stopped coughing, slept better Names of men and women who are Interested -
_::._ that he had' missed the way when a youngster mopes, keeps'tohimself bitter .taste and /violent action of and felt stronger When I had taken three In government positions.Steadypleas-
or is ugly" toward others. castor oil-or similar cathartics. bottles the trouble all cleared up." ant good salaries pension sick leave with'
to salary vacation independence. Let us advise -
;.' ; China. :Sluggishness ruins any disposition The only "medicine" they ever get New size, tablets SO cts., liquid $1.00. Large yon.:Many examinations expected soon.
These two' men's arrivals had much' and that's what is usually wrong.or ever need-to help the bowels size tabs, or liquid1.35. "We Do Our Part. Free PAN and valuable AMERICAN lnformation.Wrtte INSTITUTE today 1

to do with furs. Champlain' was- con- But it's just as wrong to dose that is plain California Syrup of Figs. .4th.J'loor Security Bldg.,Miami,Fla.
fessedly seeking to enlarge the area child. with sickening cathartics. The senna in this'fruity syrup has Home Cookie Bakei's
Until 15 older-a child's bowels the natural laxative action that
.J of the 'of New Franceanattempt -or
;peltry-business'of
} need but little aid-a very mild assists Nature,'as it should Next Make Cookie Baking Easier
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he promptly thwarted' ,form'nf-help.'Stronger t1lihgs often day the.child feelsand acts him- AGENTSto
\: by a few ill-advised shots which, ,upset the stomach- or/weaken the self, and has'a normal appetite. But '
.! <,t :, aimed at Iroquois Indians, transmut--: bowel"muscles. For the happy "1z use the real California Sjrrup of sell Insecticides, Roach Powder,

+ :i:::;;. 1 1\\' ed the Algonquian! confederacy- solution of this problem see what Figs, with the word "California"to Ant.Powder, Bed Bug Liquid from
.': '._ \:(: an activemilitary" alliance with, the do in! the next column: _,' on the label and on the bottle. house to house.; Big profits.
.-:' '" ;., ;; i' British and so changed the course c ', Branch Chemical_ Products Co.
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'}!\i' -ry:.',: ;.: CENTS': A PACKET IS ALL YOU PAY -- JUDGE LEHMAN -stamp.- Humbodr, Kan. i,

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 23rd., 1034.:
PAGE EIGHT
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Winning its last game 21-14 in a G .E. Small, Mrs. Roy Green, Mrs. arc ready and anxious to place at the NOTICK, OF APPLICATION FOR TAX

LaBelle two team tournament at Moore Haven M. H. Crouch and Mrs. L. C. Smith.ST. disposal of the public.Mr. DEED

Friday night LaBelle finishedits W. P. Arledge, the Managerof NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. ThatH.
holder of Tax Certificate
1934 basket-ball season. Alva PATRICK'S DAY PROVIDES the local office, states that all inquirIes No.. Chappell 920 7th day of Sept., A, D. 1931
News ItemsVISIT was forced to be absent from the THEME FOR BRIDGE AT INN from private employers will has filed said certificate in my office
and made application for tax deed to
tournament by the epidemic of measles receive prompt and efficient atten- issue thereon In accordance with law.
in that town. Mrs. M. E. Von Mach and Mrs. G. tion. Said certificate embraces the follow-

liOK TOWEK E. Small were joint hostesses r.t a _Ing_ _described property__" situated in
Lot .
Hendry County Florida, to-wit. .
Mrs. W. P. Andrews and son Blllie bridge Saturday afternoon at the 10 Block 173 Clewiston.
and nephew I Clewiston Inn. The decorationswere The assessment of said property under 'il"+'
Edwards
Mrs. E. E.
are visiting the former's parents, Political AnnouncementsFOR the said certificate Issued was in
John Rowland, drove to Lake Wales [ Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Yates in Tasmania -I in keeping with St. Patrick's the name of T. J. Brunner.
Unless said certifIcate' shall be redeemed -
SaintPatrick's
the special
to hear
Sunday this week.
Day.Mrs. according to law, tax deed will
Day program at the Sing- Ola Yates, Mrs. James Ketteringand George Yon won the high REPRESENTATIVE Issue thereon on the 23rd day of April,

ing Tower. Mrs. W. P. Andrews spent Sat- prize, Mrs. C. L. Downs, the second A. D. 1934. '
this 23rd day of March, A. D.
Dated
To the citizens of Hendry County:
urday in Fort Myers. high, Mrs. E. C. Mills was third 1934.
SILVER TEA DRAWS Clyde Underbill, of LaBelle, andR. and received the third high prize, I hereby announce myself as a WILLIAM T, HULL,
candidate for representative from (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court,
LARGE CROWD G. Norton and Walter Simpson, Mrs. R. Knight received consolation Hendry county in the 1935' Legisla- Hendry County, Florida.

of New York City, fished in Lake and Mrs. O. H. Scharnberg receiveda ture, subject to the Democratic Primary -
Forty ladies attended the silver Trafford Saturday returning with 25 I prize as the out of town guest. June 5th.I .

tea sponsored by the CommunityClub large bass and croppies. Guests were Mrs. Yon, Mrs. LewIs believe this county needs a representative -( NOTICE, OF APPLICATION RED FOR TAX

Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Caroline Heroy spent the Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Miss Vilma who will be active, pro-
.
Rhodes, Miss Mae Drew, Miss Elizabeth gressive and always the alert tr NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ThatE.
on
High spots on the program werea forepart of the week with her A. SCHULT holder of Tax Certificate -
duet by Mrs. E. E. Edwards and mother-in-law, Mrs. Elinore Heroy. West, Mrs. B. Thomas, Mrs. care for all legislative matters affecting No848, 7th day of July,

Miss Edna Dreyer, a duet by Prin- John Rowland and Carl Beke- G. C. Poole, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. the county or its people; as A. D. 1930, has and filed made said application certificateIn for
office
well as one who will work for(' the my
Miner ;
cipal T. R. Jones and his brother, a meyer drove to Clewiston Tuesday. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. C. E. lax deed to issue thereon in accord-
solo Mrs. James Adkinsonand Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. T. B. Shel- betterment of the state as a whole. ance with law. Said certificate em-
piano by If elected I best described
promise my energy braces the following pro-
readings by Miss Edna TMoon. PIONEERS TO HOLD SOCIAL ley, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs..Downs, and ability for all of Hendry county nerty situated In Hendry County, Florida -

Refreshments of hot tea, sand- WITH SERVICE SUNDAY Mrs. J. E. Wynn, Mrs. Duff, Mrs. O. Your vote and support will be appre- to-wit assessment Lot 11 of Block said 172 property Clewiston.The under -.

wiches, potato salad and tea cookies H. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, ciated. the said certificate Issued was in
were served. The club cleared liine Mrs. J. P. Percy, Mrs. C. R. Byrd, CHARLIE LOVVORN the name of Mrs. J. E Frederick

dollars which will be applied on the Pioneers, the junior group of the Mrs. W. M .Redelsheimer, Mrs. F. (Paid Political Advertisement) Unless according said certificate to law shall, tax be deed redeemed -

set of encyclopedias at the Library. Community Church, are preparing I. Hill, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. E. will issue thereon on the 23rd day of
for a social in connection with their L. Stewart, Mrs. W. C. Worth, Mrs. April A. D. 1934
Dated this 23rd day of March, A. D.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS ENTERTAINThe regular meeting at the church Sun- H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER 1934.

day. Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. J. E. WILLIAM T. HULL
I have announced candidacyfor (SEAL, ) Clerk of Circuit Court
local camp of the Royal Members are requested to come at Beardsley, Mrs. D. A. McGeachy, the my Hendry County. Florida.
Neighbors of America held a social 5 o'clock with sandwiches or other Mrs.' Mills, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Board of office Hendry of County.M. member. of School : No. 18 Mar. 23, 30, Apr. C, 13, 20. '

gathering at the camp ground Mon- I contributions to a picnic supper. 'A. L. Rackstraw, Mrs. R. Knight,
E. VON MACH
Mrs. D. G. Alston Mrs. A. J. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
day night. Games will be enjoyed on the church Rogero,
Each member had been asked to lawn and will precede the program and Mrs. R. T. Mitchell.' Mrs. L. C. (Paid Political Advertisement) DEED

bring a guest and a large group was which will he 'led"< by Bob Patterson.Mrs. Smith, Mrs. A. O. 'Ward and her -- ---- --, -- -- E.NOTICE A. SCHULT IS ,HEREBY holder ,of tilVEN.Tax Certificate That- '.. -I.\-

present to enjoy the games and re- G. C. Poole, sponsor for the house guest, Mrs. J.s:; .E.* Edwards, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR No. 945, 946. 7th day of Sept.. -

.. freshments. Pioneers, is being assisted by Miss and Mrs. Oglesby were: :tea guests. TAX DEED A. my D. 1931 office has and filed made said application certificatein for

I Dorothy Lockhart, in directing their tax deed to issue thereon In accord-
-. METHODISTS HOLD QUARTERLY activities. MRS. WORTH ENTERTAINSFOR ance with law. Said : certificate embraces F
; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, the following; (described pro-
DISTRICT CONFERENCE SUNDAY MRS. SCHARNBERGMrs. : That ZERNEvr G. MEREDITH perty situated In Hendry County Flor-
ida, to-wit: Lots 14-15 Block 378
---- LOCAL GOLF PRO, WILL holder of Tax Certificate No. 922, Clewiston.The .

, Methodists from Olga, Idalia, Al- TAKE JOn IN TAMPA W. C. Worth entertained at 7th day of Sept. A. D. 1931, has assessment of said property un-
1 va, LaBelle and other surrounding her home Thursday afternoon for filed said certificate in my office der the said certificate issued was, in

L- churches met at LaBelle Sunday for Continued Mrs. 0 .H. Scharnberg; house guestof and made application for tax deedto the Unless name said of F.certificate Feuchtlnger.shall be redeemed -

c the regular quarterly district 'con ( from pago 1) Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg. issue thereon in accordance with according: to law, tax deed
k; ference. Coker, R. L., 00-35. Duff, Mrs.; F. Mrs. F. D. Duff received the law. Said certificate embraces the will Issue thereon on the 23rd day of
April A. D. 1934.
Over a hundred persons were D., 30-22. Durrance, 18-18. Ezelle, prize for high score; Mrs. W. M. following described property situated Dated this 23rd day of March; A. D.

!" served in a dinner on the Church J. 'W'., 26-26.. Fontaine, E. R., 15- Redelsheimer for second high, Mrs wit in Hendry County, Florida, to- 1934. WILLIAM I T.- HULL
13. Flanders, F. A. 35-55. Finni- H. A. Bestor received the consola- :
(SEAL) Clerk of Circuit
:* grounds at noon. Presiding Elder Lot 26 Block 176 Clewiston.The Court
gan, Fr., 30-19. Goodman, C. F., tion and Mrs. O. H. Scharnberg was Hendry County. Florida,
the District
of Sarasota
Rosenberry assessment of said property No. 17 :Mar. 23, 30 Apr. 6, 13, 20.
30-18. F. M. with
presented the
George 25-19.
guest prize.
under
delivered an interesting sermon at I the said certificate issued was
'':' the morning service. Gallant, A. N., 25-17. Hackett, Guests were Mrs. O. H. Scharn- in the name of S. M. Paulson.

A. L., 22-20. Hall, H. R., 19-13. berg, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ....................................................................................... ...
I" Hill, Mrs. F. I., 6059. Hill, F. I., Redelsheimer, Mrs. Duff, Mrs. C. R. according to law, tax deed ..
NINE MILES HARD SURFACE
30-23. Hemenway, Mrs. N. L., 60- Byrd, Mrs. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Pat- will issue thereon on the 17th day of
COMPLETED ON STATE ROAD 164 I
53. Harrington, J. J., 17-11. Hem- terson, Mrs. J. P. Percy, Mrs. N. L. April, A. D. 1934.

a._ enway, N. L. 25-23. Harrington, J. Hemenway, Mrs. F. I. ;Hill, Mrs. ,\\'. ,Dated this 16th day of March, A. Good FarmLand
D.
: With a crew of 36 men furnished J. Jr., 35-24. Knight, Dick, 24-24. C. Owen, Mrs. F. M. Wright, and 1934.

;:', by the local branch of the FERA, Kelley, E. E., 30-15. Land, H., 30- Mrs. M. W. Bigg came for tea. SEAL WILLIAM T. HULL,
( ) Clerk of Circuit Court
25. Lovvorn C. J. 2217. Lawler ,
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making Hendry County, Florida.
M. L., 40-35. Moran,' J. W., 30-21. RE-EMPLOYMENT SERVICE By INEZ MAGILL,
facing and paving of State Road 164 Miner, C. E., 30-30. : PLACES 48,771 MEN Deputy Clerk.! I

from LaBelle south. The first nine Miller Mrs. L. C. 60-60. Miller
No. 15c Mch. 16 .
23, 30, Apr: 6, 13. for Rent
miles of hard surfacing were completed L. C., 40-40. Moore, J. W., 40-35. (Continued from page 4)

this week.In McCarter, V. H., 3131. McCracken dent state-wide employment ser- -

addition to the man power Mrs. W. H., 45-26. Owen, 21-13. vice. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ,

'' furnished by the FERA the State is Owen, Mrs. W. C.,- 4540. Peterson, Florida has never had a compre- TAX ,DEED d%\ I

furnishing a fleet of six trucks and Mrs. M. P., 50-50. Peterson, M. P., henlive employment service, prior '

'..;. all construction is under State suprA 21-16.: Puryear Troy, 30-25. Park- to the organization of the National NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, _, .,

;, ervision. inson, 40-23, Prewitt, Mrs. W. C., Reemployment Service, and employers That FOSTER MEREDITH, holderof
I 45-45. are fast finding out that the Tax Certificate No. 918,
7th day of Sept. A. D. 1931
CORE DRILLING CONTINUES Percy, Mrs. J. P., 45-45. Prewitt, quick efficient, and most satisfactory filed said certificate in my ,office has TrespassersWill

W. C., 30-25. Redelshelmer, Mrs. way to hire new employees Ito and made application for tax deed .

No news Is good news. W. M., 45-25, Rogero, 25-25. Ros- call on the ,National Reemployment to, Issue thereon In accordance with] Be

In the past two weeks of core enberg, 40-30. Redelsheimer, 40- Service. This is indicated by law. Said certificate embraces the

drilling along the Caloosahatcheeno 28. Rich, Hoomes, 3027. Rich, the, greatly increased number of private following described property situated ProsecutedThe

accidents have occurred and con- Mrs. Hoomes, 60-40. Remager, Mrs. placements being made by the In Hendry County, Florida, to- I' I
60-55. E. P. 25-12. Stone Service from week to week wit: ,
siderable progress has been made Shelley, as private e ;
with the work. The two drilling Bennie, 50-50. Saxon, R. L., 4040.L. employers find that it is much Lot 2 ,Block 168 ClewistonThe

crews have finished their work C. Sturgess, 25-22. more! satisfactory to call their local under the assessment said certificate of said issued property

Small, G. H., 30-30. Shelley, Mrs. Reemployment Office, and have was
from Ortona to Lock No. 3 and from in the name of James Harty.
LaBelle to Denaud. Tom, 45-45, Shelley, Tom, 12-03. three or four hand picked appli- Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed -
When the drilling is finished the I Sparrow, Mrs. Lloyd, 50-40. Stewart, cants referred to them, rather than according to law, tax deed

T samples obtained will be sent in to E. L., 21-21. Vinson, L. 0., 21-17. insert an advertisement the paper, will'issue thereon on the 17th day of

headquarters and the date for the I Wilson, Pete, 21-15. Wilson, Parker 1 and have to wade through hundreds April, A. D. 1934.

opening of bidding will be prepared. 40-35. White Dr., 15-13. of applicants in order to pick a per- Dated this 16th day of March, A. Clewiston
son for the job. I D. 1934. ;.
I
Burglar Visits Clerk Hull; Easter Motif Used by Hostessat The National Reemployment Ser- WILLIAM T. HULL, i
vice (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court Company:
Bridge Party on Wednesday operates under the supervisionof i
Takes $8 from Trouser Pocket
Hendry County Florida.By
J the U. S. Employment Service a ;
,
INEZ MAGILL 6,
Mrs. B. Thomas was hostess Wednesday diversion of the U. S.' .Department \ ,
Saturday night a burglar visited Deputy Clerk. .
the home of County Clerk Wm. T. afternoon at a delightful fill of aLLbor the void, and was organized to I. No. 16c Mch. 16, 23, 30, Apr. 6, 13'j ........................-..-.......................................................... y..
bridge party at her home honoringMrs. existing in many States

Hull and entering Mr. Hull's bedroom O. H. Scharnberg. The Easter that had no free, State operated, u _

with a flashlight took eight motif was carried out in the decor- Service, to serve the needs of the
,I dollars from his pants pocket. employer and the
ations and in the refreshments. man and woman
: ,Mrs. Hull' was awakened by the Mrs. F. Deane Duff received the seeking employment. It is intendednot

{{ movements of the burglar but fear- high prize, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., only to serve as a medium 0 '
ing that he might have a gun lay received second high, Mrs. M. R. through which labor or Public e o

quietly and watched, him do his work Mrs. O. H. Works projects be
Lawler, the third high, may secured
J>' and leave. As soon as the intruder Scharnberg was presented with the from among the unemployed of the OVER 400PICTURES

was gone Mrs. Hull woke her husband Hill locality In which the Public
guest prize, Mrs. F. I. won con- Worksare
"i'I. but a thorough search of the solation and Mrs. H. R. Hall received being prosecuted, -but to assure Pictures tell the story.

premises revealed no trace. the cut prize. that properly qualified men may be articles are short concise The, Told in Simple Language
and fascinating.' Here
Present were Mrs. Duff, Mrs. assigned to available jobs. However few subjects covered: are a Would you like to keep posted 4
on all the
t.: MRS NANCY CRAWFORD DIES Vaughn, Mrs. Lawler, Mrs Hill, the primary ,and even more Arts and sRworkAstronnew developments in this remarkable world
SUNDAY AFTERNOON: RITES I Mrs. Hall, Mrs. O. H. and Mrs. H. J. important function of the National omy-Automobile Repairing of ours? The new Inventions_the latest !i
-Aviation-Boat Scientific "
l: WERE )MONDAY AT DENAUD! B. Scharnberg, Mrs. R. Smith, Mrs.M. Reemployment Service is to serve Care of Tools-Chemistry-Building- Feats-the Discoveries-the amazing. Engi.. ';
neerIng
E. Von Mach, Mrs. Lewis, Miss the private employer, making"* unnecessary Electricity-Home Made iron-Radio progress made In Aia-
Furniture-Hunting,Fish -Electricity
Mrs. Nancy Crawford passed away Dorothy Lockhart, Mrs. W. M. Lock- the unsatisfactory me- Physics Photography -ChemistryingIdeastoMakeMoneyin _
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etc.
at her home in South LaBelle Sun- hart Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. T. B. thods heretofore used by advertising Metal Spare Time-Jigsaw Work- many other fascinating subjects These' and
Working-Model Mak are
, day afternoon after a prolonged ill- Shelley, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. or applying to private employment ing-Motion Pictures-Radio- to you each month through the brought

I"" ness. Funeral services were held at W. C. Owen, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. agencies, whose main and only -Toys-Wood Turning. POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE.pages of ,

I, the Fort Denaud cemetery. Death W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. C. E. Miner, interest seems to be the collecting ofa Undmtandlt""Written So You Can '' Something for

was due to Bright's Disease. I Ir Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mis. C. R. Byrd, registration fee from those seek- Special departments Everyone! _.

Mrs. Crawford was an old residentin Mrs. R. Knight, Mrs. E. C. Mills, ing Avork.:. craftsman and practical are devoted shopman.to the borne ..
>. The radio
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has
this section and is survived by Mrs. F. R. Wright, Mrs. M. E. Yen- The various Reemployment Of- helpful information a largesectionfiJled on wilh ne'i1lsand

" four children. Ira DeLaney, Alec awine, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. G. fices In this state have registeredmen pVL ra, of both transmitting COnstruction and and maintenance -
sets. Formagazine the receiving
Crawford, Freda Murrel Crawfordand C. Poole, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs.R. and women, capable of filling hints to lighten housewife her there are scores <>*
daily tasks. .
Mathew Crawford. Y. Patterson, Mrs. A. L. Rack- any position, in practically any' typeof t i G tE everyone in your family It's will the enjoy one

straw, Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. W. C. organization, including all trades At All Newsstands ,

"THERE'S THREE OF US" IS- Worth, Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, Mrs. and occupations, and even the pro- or by Subscription 25c ,

THEME SONG AT FULGHUMS1 W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. J. E. fessions. Referrals are made solelyon R C h Stop at your favorite$2.50 a Year

t Beardsley, Mrs. O. F. Schiffll, Mrs.F. the basis of qualification and J look over the current new..t&nd l..ue. If and 7'-.

A son, Julian Ellis Fulghum, was R. Maxwell, Mrs. W. C. Hooker, ability. This Service is free both to Ia sold out,order direct.your ,Gj'r'new.deaIer

born to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fulg- Mrs. Rogero, Mrs. G. MacFaddenand employer and employee, and the em- n_ tJ POPULAR MECHANICS

hum Tuesday afternoon at the Lee Mrs. C. E. Nail. Those invitedfor ploying public is urged to make use I 200 Eo Oat.uio. Sf' Dept. N. Chicag"",

Memorial Hospital in 'Fort Myers. tea were Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs.y of the facilities which these offices I":' .
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