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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 30, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
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11. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1934. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR
VOL. 8. NUMBER:



MIAMI KIWANIAN "Dixie Crystal" Is To Be SPORTS Ice Depot and Storage I PROGRAM FOR


Name Of New Theatre Plant Under ConstructionAn EASTER SERVICE

HONORED GUEST \/- By A. L. HACKETT
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ice depot and storage plantis
Recognizing the sugar industry as TENNISClewiston's HERE SUNDAY
industrial venture in under construction by the Florida
AT MEETING HEREJohn the foremost tennis team met a

the state today, Mrs. Mary Hayes team from Pahokee on the local ,! Power company, local ice distribu- --

Davis, of LaBelle, who is erectinga court last Sunday afternoon. In the tors. The structure Is located at the The following program has been
theatre 'in Clewiston has- corner of San Jose street and the for the Easter
announced special
Mi- new an- men's singles, Miles lost to Velpeau
A. Cleveland, prominent that the "Dixie \ state highway. It will be about 16 Service to be the chorus
nounced name, Crys- Denton 3-6, 6-l-tf-3 Miles playeda Song given by -
ami Kiwanian, was an honored guest x20 feet in size and will have a stor-
given"the
tal, will be theatre. Sugar forcing, aggressive game but of the Community Church at 8
at the regular meeting of the Clewis- from the local mill, when refined,, could not daunt the steady returns age capacity of 10 tons of ice. o'clock Sunday evening in the School
Kiwanis Club, held at the Wat- The new land largest Kelvinator
ton
is sold under the trade-mark "Dixie and dazzling gets of Denton. Mrs. Auditorium:
anabe Hotel Wednesday evening, unit in this section of the coutry, : .
Crystal. 'Mrs. HymnCongregation."Beneath
Miles and Sheffield won over
.
with President E. E. Kelley in the which was recently purchased for
The building'is now underway,, the girls team of Pahokee, Sibyl the Cross of Jesus"Male -
'
chair. the Clewiston depot by the Florida
with Burchard and Burchard, of La- Sanders and Pete Thompson 6-3,1 Quartet.
Mr. Cleveland is acting as substi- Belle as contractors. The seating 5-7, 6-1. Collins and Sammons lost Power Company will be installed, in Invocation-Rev. W. B. Furgess.

tute for Ralph Farrell, lieutenant capacity of the 25x70 building will to V. C. Denton and Thompson in the new building, which will be com- Solo-"The Holy City"-Mrs. :M.

governor of this district, who, be- straight sets 3-6 2-6. pleted about April 25th. P. Peterson.
Miles
be less than 500, but a balcony will and
cause of prolonged illness, has not be installed. Mrs. Davis says that Pafford teams to win from Ford and The depot will be in charge of H. Choral Cantatas; "King of Glory",

been able to make his official visitto the newest and best sound equip- Velpeau Denton 6-3, 2-6, 6-1. J. Oglesby, local distributor ,for the | by R. S. Morrison:
'
his district. Mr. Florida corporation, who states that Chorus-"This "
of
the clubs ment .will be installed. The two teams meet in Canal 1. Is the Day.
Cleveland planned to visit the local Tlie Point on April 8, 1934. he will soon have another truck a- 2. Soprano Solo-Mrs. M. P.
piwe Crystal will be mod- vailable for this territory and will
but becameill
weeks
club several ago A local Peterson. _
tennis tournament Is be-
flu himself and had to postpone ernistic in design with definite ver- be able to serve Clewiston and vicin-
with tical 'lines giving artistic characterto ing planned here, giving the local 3. Chorus "Sing Unto the
better than ever before. "
his visit. : ity | Lord.
r players a chance to shov their wares -
the building. The interior will
is of the most The new building is of stucco. 4. Duet-Miss Marion Leydig-
Cleveland
Mr. one be of tiled Celotex. on the court. The play will consistof I

\ prominent Kiwanians in the state, I Men's Singles and Doubles, and M. E. Yenawine.

and is the national director of voca- for The theatre will probably be ready Ladies, Singles and Doubles, and Work Ceases On 5. Chorus-"Who Is the King?"
occupancy the early part of May.
Interlude-Solo "Open the Gates"J.
tional education for children, one Mixed Doubles According to infor- '

of the three main objectives of the mation received, prizes will be don- Mound Excavation E. Beardsley.

Kiwanis organization. His talk Sebring 'Fliers Will ated by Alston's Inc., Clewiston Sup- Violin Solo-Lawson Jones.

Wednesday night to local members, ply Company and Clewiston Drug Near Belle GladeThe 6. Quartet and solo-Miss' Mae

was largely along the lines of the Return Sunday For Company. Drew, Mrs. C. F. Trainor, Marion

Kiwanis' objectives,----vocational education Leydig, M. E. Yenawine, M. P. Peterson -

I for children, the underpriv- Second Air Show DIAMOND BALL property on which the Indian .
ileged child and the crippled child. The Clewiston Allstars meet Fort Mound at Belle Glade, which has 7. Chorus "He Is Risen."

Mr. Cleveland urged the local club Pierce on the local field Monday been in process of excavation as a 8. Baritone Solo-M. E. Yena-

to take up at least one of these Lieutenant Mell M. Stephenson, night. Fort Pierce comes with a .C'V project, has been sold and the wine. .

worthy causes as its own objective, army air corps reserves, and his as- record behind them that should call work of digging into this interest- 9. Chorus "Now is' Christ

and suggested. the appointment of a sociates comprising the Sebring Fly- for a top notch game when they meet ing mound has been stopped. Risen."

committee which would report its ers, incorporated will return' to the the locals. They were runnersupin Smithsonian Institute scientists 10. Soprano Solo Miss Mae

activities along this line to the Clubas Clewiston Airport for an air show the state championship last sea had unearthed rare finds in the pro- Drew.

..," a whole. I Sunday. The flyers spent a Sunday son. : cess, and only lately had discovereda 11. Chorus-"Death Is Swallowed -
"
The speaker also cited the Kiwan- here two weeks ago and met such stone pavement in the lower stra- Up.

is creed and reminded the members enthusiastic business that they were GOLF ta, which will remain an unexplained 12. ,Quartet-Miss Gertrude Bal-

that true fellowship was one of the unable to care for all the passengerswho Visitors and newcomers playingon mystery since cessation of asok, Mrs. W. C. Owen, M. E. Yen-

i'.' essentials of a live Kiwanis club. He wished to make the short flight the local course during the past the work. awine, M. P. Peterson.

.' spoke of the approaching political with them. week include: Dr. M. W. Stirling, chief of the 13." Chorus.- "Behold The

campaign and urged that the club Lieutenant Stephenson is bringinga C. Nelson, Mrs. E. P. Miles, L. H. bureau of American ethnology of King.

interest itself in the causes of national new plane, the Bird, which is the Nash, W. Srianie, Dr. Birges, H. L. Smithsonian Institute, was in chargeof Hymn-Congregation.
and local importance rather Lapp, L. B. Betzner, Mr. and Mrs.B. Benediction.
s ,. same type plane that Colonel Lind- the work and had excavated only '
than indulge in personalities of a bergh recently purchased for his W. Braun, M. P. Brown, Miss Ger- 'i a portion, the center of the mound CHORUS:

political nature. wife's private ship, and is recognizedas trude Balasok, T. H. Ellis and H. L. ,I remains untouched.The Sopranos-
Moore. Mrs.-C. F. Trainor,
Another interesting visitor at the the safest airplane built. Wayne wide stone pavement un-
Mrs. W. D. Furgess,
; s Wednesday meeting was Dr. M. B. Maynard, who made a sensational '
: earthed was thought to lead to a
Miss Eva :Mae Green,
'
': attended as a guest of Dave Alston.Dr. will make his 72nd delayed jump SUGAR COMPANY IS been hoped to. find evidences of Miss Mae Drew, V

Bridges told most interestinglyof I here Sunday afternoon. Lieutenant early races Inhabiting this section.
Peterson
Mrs. ,
the activity at Warm Springs, Stephenson, who will pilot him, Rare and lovely wood carvings of Agnes V .. ,
VICTOR IN
LAW SUIT Altos
:
Georgia, which is located close to I I flew one of the 692 planes in the fox, deer, turtles and other animals Mrs. W. C. Owen, .

ak, his home town and of the development ., army maneuvers covering the entire were discovered In the mound. Sev- Miss Marion! Leydig,
, of the Warm Springs Founda United States last year. eral strata of Indian civilizationswere
Whitehurst Mrs. R. Lawler
Ruling Stops Sellingof M. ,
tion. Walter _Strivari, of Columbus, I The flyers are recognized as care- General Motors uncovered, the top layer reveal- Tenors:

also attended, as a guest of Mr. Alston ful pilots. They cancelled an en- Stock ing Spanish or English, trade beads. R. N. Smith, .I

gagement at Belle Glade after arriving Numerous conch shells were foundin Robert Mitchell, .

there last Sunday, because the the excavation, which were evidently M. E. Yenawine
condition of the field was not to Judge George Whitehurst yes- ,
up used for some sort of crude -
.:: Lease On Highway standard.ST. terday ruled in favor of the Ever- Bassos: -
. : agricultural Implements. Many shell
: glades Drainage and Development M. P. Peterson, ;:

/ ", ill Be Renewed MARGARET'S CHURCH TO corporation, an affiliate of the U. s.1 ornaments, sandstone pipes, and Curt Woodward,
small bone instruments were un J. E. Beardsley, > '
HOLD SPECIAL EASTER Sugar corporation of Clewiston, in a
i covered. Below the shell level of ""

=.r- :'\, One Year By StateConner's SERVICE WITH CANTATA civil million suit dollars.which involved A temporary a quarter restraining -I I the muck were foud relatively well Accompanist Mrs M. R. :Lawler."i.

1 preserved house posts, indicatingthat .
i .' Easter Services in St. Margaret's order was issued againstthe -
: some kind of houses had been
I / Church will begin on Sunday at Fairbanks-Morse cdmpany in
.,_ Highway will continuue erected by the early Inhabitants of DuffRisenbergTo
:J ';,:" to be a toll-free road, at least for 10:30 A. M. favor of the sugar company subsi- this region and posts were used to f

,'fJ/:",,!::'-",,:' another year, Chairman C. B. Tread- The beautiful "Missa Cantata" in diary. elevate them from high water Meet Sunday.

way of the state road department honor of Saint Anthony will be sung The case was argued by attorneysfor !

assured a delegation from Palm by the local Catholic choir. both sides in Punta ,Gorda and :MARDI GRAS AND SUNDANCE In Golf Finals
" :: The Church altar will be artisti- Fort 1
VY';" Beach county that the department Myers and the restraining order NEXT WEEK:
had budgeted the sum of $21,000 to cally decorated for the occasion. was issued here. It will have 1

continue the lease on this road for The Mass will be followed by I I the effect of stopping the Fairbanks- One of the most colorful ,and interesting F. Deane Duff meets L. C. Rosen l'

another year. The state now has a Solemn Benediction. Morse company from disposing of events to be held in FlorI berg In the 36-hole finals of the

lease on the road which it obtained Father Finnegan, pastor of St. I 1 $500,000 worth of General Motors I t Ida this season will be the West Clewiston Drug Company Handicap :
three Margaret's Church, issues an stock under Golf Tournament Sunday morning.
years ago and which will expire -i open a collateral agreement Palm Beach Sun Dance and Mardi )
shortly. Invitation to everybody to attend the for an obligation of Each of the finalists reach their pos-
3rd 4th
approximately Gras scheduled for April ,
"''':: The state road department held Easter services. I I half that amount. and 5th. ition after a rough journey over 'J
"' of Clewiston's leading golfers.
.an open meeting in Ocala Mondayand I I The case for the sugar vaudiville, circus some
company Pageants, parades,
FIRES AT PAHOKEE AND i i'I affiliate Duff had the harder road of the two
heard delegations from 22 I plaintiffs, was argued Indian dances :,
by acts fireworks
-\ BELLE GLADE DAMAGE:: i Jim with Tom and Emmett Shelley, Fon-
appropriations 'I BUSINESS, PLACES I. ,Clements of Sheppard and Clements and dozens of similar events will taine and Pete Wilson In his path, 'j

I and associate counsel. The be held during the three days-: with Rosenberg doing away with 5
budget. The meeting was adjourned Fairbanks-Morse will the
company was represented The celebration open on
without A building in Pahokee, ,occupiedby Butler, Coker, Bigg and Bestor.
any statement or final ac- by Martin H. Long of morning of April 3rd with a mam- j
a tailor shop and a beauty par- Rosenberg, handicapped at 30 draws
tion :
on the Jacksonville
budget.
__ I and others. Named featuring
moth inaugural parade, 1
lor, was destroyed by fire early Tues- 14 strokes from Duff who is handicapped -
| with
.. Under the tentative budget which I the Fairbanks-Morse company numerous decorated floats. Towns 1
day morning The fire is said to at 12.
the department has for as defendants in the civil action to West Palm
i up con- and cities nearby
i I have been caused by explosion of a I The finals will be played over
/ sideration and adoption, Hendry were the board of supervisors of the Beach are to be Invited to enter at' 9 '
gasoline heater in the beauty parlor.A thirty-six holes, beginning
county Is not allotted I South Florida Conservancy district for the trophy in
at compete
any money strong wind made efforts of the floats and o'clock in the morning and 2 o'clock ,
all for construction during the ensuing I and the First Union Trust and Sa v-I the municipal class. I, end of the V
\ Pahokee fire department to control in the afternoon. At the
"r lags, bank of Illinois.
months. The coronation of King Rex I and
the blaze ineffectual. match, the winner will be presentedthe
; The road department assured delegations [ On Wednesday fire of an undetermined The action was taken by the sugar Queen Regina I will be another fea- cup donated by the Clewiston 1

, that its funds were far, origin damaged two business company affiliate to protect a half ture of the opening day. The king, Drug 'Company.BRIDGE -.1.1I'

short of being, sufficient to provide, buildings in Belle Glade. The million dollars worth 'of General queen and court of honor will arriveon

': ;11:; ::_.,I' for construction asked for by the. heaviest loss was sustained by Gog-I Motors stock put up as collateral by the waters of Lake Worth on the CLUE) ENTERTAINED -
::.t., F : various counties in C. S: Mott for the purchase of royal yacht and will be ascorted to I
the
n, state. Mr. l gans Drug Store, and six other bus- equipment WEDNESDAY BY MRS. ALSTON!
,J:"'!';'f .' Treadway stated that the department iness places located in the two build- by the Everglades Drainage the thrones at Mardi Gras Park,

J:" :.:' would continue its maintenance Ings suffered minor losses. The Belle company. The ruling by Judge Flagler Drive, opposite Trinity was hostess to
Alston
1-A,::1 work Whitehurst came after Place. Colorful ceremonies will be Mrs. D. G.
,:'..... and that it considered Glade and Pahokee fire departments several hours Wednesday after'I'
'
.> that the most important. extinguished the blaze after It had of arguments by attorneys for both held to induct the first king and her bridge club at their be-weekly ,
I'e plaintiff and into their monarchial posi- noon at her home
defendants.-Fort
are hour. My- aueen
trying to build towarda I burned about an i
"',' ers News-Press. tions.A meeting
state road "
system, said :Mr. Tread-
_'L ; way to the visiting delegations. "As !i TRAnIEJ"IJ.AXNOUXCER:: series of vaudiville and circus Mrs. ,B. Thomas held high C.score W.

"' :::l' far as the system itself is concerned, CANDIDACY FOR SENATOR COULDN'T BE acts" will be given each afternoonand and received the prize, Mrs consolation I
,;j.;; 't':, Mardi Gras and a. MacDonald received the
and the attempt to bring the greatest evening of the the cut

".'<..;.:.J.. :;..V. good to the greatest number, certain Lakeland, March 30, (FNS).- i Elsie: "Mother says that I am descended carnival show will be held in conjunction ,and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, :1

... .. projects may not apply. I want Formal announcement has been received -I from Martha Washington."_ with the performance.One prize. Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. j
?. L. to plead for the maintenance of our I from Washington of Senator of the most spectacular eventsof Guests were Mrs. F. t
Her Brother: "So am I then.". MacDonald, Mrs. Pafford, I
X roads. the Mardi Gras will be the torch*
,1 They are the most Important Park Trammell's intention to run : .
WorthDirs
;. \:J(,:. link In the ,state's Increasingprogress. for the United States Senate for 'a ( Elsie;. "Don't be. silly, .Bobbif! ,: you light parade and phantasmagoria of I R. Maxwell, Mrs. W. C.H. R., ,:Hall. !
'. Mrs. '
and
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.'a.", .;: ." fourth term, I.capt'! beou're a boy," (Continued. on pae 8) (;. : G. C. Poole ,1
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,. "'- THE CLEWISTON :NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1934

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Is the new treasurer of the Democratic 1 ARTHUR C. WILLARD I II I

News Review of Current party. The place was first offered UNIFIED AIR FORCE t

to John S. Cohen, Atlanta pub- '\

lisher, but he rejected it Mr. Cum- MAY BE ADOPTED

Events the World Over mings' first task 'will be the raising of

: funds with which to help along the

: election of Democratic senators and I
President Confers'With Gen.
congressmen this fall. Supposedly he

will also raise the money for the next 'William Mitchell. .

St. Lawrence, Waterway Treaty Rejected by Senate Despite Presidential campaign. 'I' .: ,'..j'&fWashington. ;

.-Coincident! with moves
President's Efforts-Revamping of Air Mail in ,
ON JULY 1 the University of IllI- for a united air force, the administration I

gress--House: Passes Bonus Bill., will have a new president In summoned several of the nation's .

the person of Arthur Cutts Willard, most famous aviators to investigatethe
k
now dean, ,of the college of engineeringin / army air mail service and to help
:
By, EDWARD W. PICKARD the ,university. Mr., Willard, who is strengthen the country's air defense.

fifty-five' years old Is a graduate of a Secretary of Way Dern appointedCol.

DESPITE the fact that President Intention was to reduce the numberof the Massachusetts Institute of Technology ; Charles A. Lindbergh, Col. Clarence

. phoned 'personally to trips on all schedules and to permit and is internationally known as D. Chamberlin: and Orville Wrightto

n number of senators of both parties less night flying. an authority on heating and ven- a committee to investigate thearm"s
them to vote for Colonel aroused Interest
seeking to persuade i iY. Lindbergh tilation.
r attempt at mail carrying, which
me ::it. for two days
ratification Of : by visiting Washington
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">
> cost ten lives before President Roose-
.: ;J1ff.fJf ., :,, .1 Lawrence waterway and conferring with Secretary of War THE gunboat Fulton, known as the velt curtailed operations.
")'":i< ; treaty, the pact was Dern. Soon after the secretary named ship" of the American navy, '
Lindbergh: declined to serve'on the _
'\ defeated in the, sen- the colonel, Orvllle Wright and Clar- caught fire' during a storm off the
committee, reiterating his opposition to
= ate by a vote of 46 to ence Chamberlain on a committee to China coast and had to be abandoned
F': .f;, I the carrying of the air mail 'by the
f' '- ..' :; 42. Thus the affirmative Investigate the army carrying of the The, crew of '187 officers and men was 4yArthur .

.. ';". ., ,, vote was far be- air mail. rescued by two British vessels and """" 6'r.:. .- army.
The President himself held 'a lunch
{ ,'t:J} low the required two- Lindbergh, however, declined to serveon taken to Hongkong. Only three men
[ ,
: Cutts Willard, dean of the eon conference with Gen. William
;<: thirds,of those voting. the ,committee; repeating in his letter were injured.
.,
':1'J: $:'', :\" college of engineering, University of Mitchell, former chief of the air corps
: -I'i Party lines were disregarded I Secretary Dern his severe condemnation -
:fr:. f Illinois, who was elected president of and long a champion ,of a unified air
< w' <<" B. EASTMAN and the Inter-
( -<:. #:; : )S.'f / Twenty-two of the plan to have the
'><'; ''v. JOSEPH the university by the board of trustees. force. Mitchell's visit caused belief
v.
.,,: :..XSJ Democrats voted army '.carry the air mail. Mr. Dern Commerce commission have I
-- ----.L against ratification, urged him to reconsider. Meanwhile, joined in recommending to congress the President might be considering a

eWls along with 20 Repub the colonel appeared before the senate legislation that will place under "the HUNDRED unified air force as a means of elimi-
PERISH IN
licans. In favor of the pact were 31 post office.* committee to testify con- guiding hand of government control"the nating weaknesses in the army ,corps. -

Democrats, 14 Republicans and '1 cerning permanent air mail legislation. transportation agencies that use JAPAN NAVY WRECK Meanwhile post office and' army officials -

FarmerLaborite.Mr. General Foulois has been workingon the highways and waterways' of ,the prepared a skeleton air mail

Roosevelt, it was said In Wash- a plan 'by which army flyers could country. Their report, which was sub- service on nine routes, as bitter controversy -

ington, was decidedly vexed by this join with commercial!' pilots In receiving mitted to the President, declares that Torpedo Boat Suddenly Upsetsat : waged in congress both as to

defeat of a major administration training. The step follows a sug- regulation of 'motor and water trans- Maneuvers.Sasebo administration handling of air mailmatters

measure and he began preparations to gestion by Mr. Roosevelt that "because portation Is necessary ,"if a threaten- to ,date and also as to pro-'

resubmit the' treaty at a future sessionof military lessons have been taught us ing chaos is to be transformed Into posed permanent air mail legislation '&:

congress. Senator,James Hamilton during the last few weeks," army avI- order." Such regulation they said, Japan.-Japanese navy officials which has administration backing. 'fr*

Lewis of Illinois, Democratic whip of ators should train with those who should be concentrated In the Inter- abandoned hopes of finding more With criticism of its wholesale can-

the senate and one of the leading opponents "later on will fly the mail" in "night state Commerce commission. sailors alive in the water-filled hold cellation of air mail contracts still

blind and Instrument of the torpedo boat Tomozuru, which echoing the administration proposedto
of the rejected treaty, pre- flying, flying I ,
dicted that Canada would Soon offer flying." SECRETARY OF COMMERCE RO- suddenly capsized during naval ma- ;:congress that a new ship subsidy,

the United States a substitute treaty. the approval of Pres-' neuvers. plan bo substituted "gradually" for

This may be true, but dispatches reveal TWO hundred and thirty-one Demo- ident Roosevelt for a new program for Thirteen survivors of the crew of the existing ocean mail system. ,

that in :Montreal, at least, the defeat members of the house kicked subsidizing the American merchant 113 officers and men were taken to The proposal was, transmitted to

of the pact was hailed with joy over the traces and, with the aid of 59 marine which he will submit to con- hospitals soon after they had been congress by Secretary Roper. It suggested -

because business men there think the Republicans, passed the Patman bill gress. rescued from the compartments in inauguration of an outright subsidy -

project too expensive to be undertaken calling for the immediate payment of which they had been trapped for 30 plan accomplished "if possible

at this time Th (President's warn- the veterans' bonus with greenbacks.The CRIMINAL action for alleged evasion hours or more. Some of' them were through mutual agreement to prevent

ing that Canada would, on its own President has repeatedly expressed of the federal income tax law unconscious. demoralization of the industry."

Initiative, build an all-Canadian'water his opposition to the measure was ordered by Attorney General Continued search of the interior of
and indicated that he would veto it If to be brought Immediately the warship convinced authorities that
way seems to be met by this news Cummings
from Montreal. It got through congress. Its passageby against Andrew W. the 55 men still unaccounted for had I L WASHINGTON BRIEFS 1

Chicago and the Mississippi valleyare the senate was unlikely. Mellon, former secretary perished, 'either by suffocation within
There were only two reasonable ex -l. 4 the ship itself or by The
of the treasuryand : drowning.
blamed by Mr. Roosevelt for the
planations for the revolt of the Dem- Between 30 and 40 blind persons,
rejection of the treaty,, and there is no one of the world's searchers found 45 bodies In the hold.
ocrats. One was'put in words by Rep some of them women, soon will be allowed -
doubt that their arguments against wealthiest men ; T. L.. One of the rescued men said that
resentative1' John Y. Brown of Kentucky to sell newspapers in the cor-
the proposed restriction .of diversionof Sidlow of Cleveland, the Tomozuru was struck suddenly bya
a Democrat; who was In oppo- ridors of government buildings.A .
law partner of Newton terrific wave. Darkness descendedon
from
water Lake Michigan:; to 1,500
sition: He said : "You are buying
D. Baker Thomas the interior. The three men, trainedfor
cubic feet a second were potent. This ;
You out"
veterans' votes. holding
are
amount, according to Senator Lewis S. Lamont, son of the emergencies, rushed to the water- District, of Columbia grand jury
this piece of bait to get veterans' votes
refused to return indictments in its
noted financier Thomas tight compartment and shut'the doors.
and other Middle West senators, wouldbe this summer. There Is not a man In '
wholly inadequate to maintain navigation the house who believes this bill will W. Lamont and a They believed the others on the ship investigation of an alleged conspiracyto

in the Mississippi'waterway.. ever become a law, and yet you sit member of the J. P. had done the same. defraud the government on War department -

The Atlantic seaboard senators, too, here and vote for It for your own po- Morgan banking house, Andrew w From the position of the compart- ,contracts. '

were almost solidly against the treaty.If litical welfare." and James J. Walker, Mellon ment they realized that the boat was ,

the treaty is resubmitted, the The other explanation was that former mayor of New upside down. It was uncomfortablein The Navy department announcedthat

clauses concerning the sovereignty of many of the Democrats are resentfulof York. the dark and there was no food or Capt. John H. Towers\ of trans-

Lake Michigan and the Chicago di- the "rubber stamp" label that has Mr. 'Cummings announced that the water."I Atlantic flight fame, had been orderedto

version may be omitted ; but Senator been put on congress and welcomedan Department of Justice had conducteda wrote saying I was ready .to die duty as commanding officer of the ? -

Lewis said: "So far as I am concernedand opportunity to break away from secret Investigation of the tax, affairs for the emperor," the survivor said. naval air station at San Diego, Calif. '

I believe I speak also for sev- dictation[ and, as one of them said, of these four men and had "Then I became dazed by the foul

eral others-I shall not be satisfied vote as their consciences directed. turned the Information gathered over air and desperate hunger. I struggledand
to United States attorneys Inew The National Capital was in the
with a.mere. omission, but shall de- climbed, and suddenly the hatch
mand that internationalization of Lake IN A new revolt against administration York, Cleveland and Pittsburgh. Grand opened. I cannot remember exactly ,midst of Its worst epidemic of measles
jury action in each of those cities was since 1921. Health service officials reported -
Insisted
Michigan and the limitation of the policy the house on how we got out.
sanitary district diversion shall be adding more than $200,000,000 in 'veterans' expected to result. Cases against more 555 cases of measles in one

benefits and to than a score of other men were being week, or more than were reported dur
specifically renounced by Canada government pay
the federal outlays in the next fiscal prepared by'the department's tax divi Walker and 11 More ing the whole of 1933.

However this was a compromise, Fired the
year. ; sion.Mr. by NavajosGallup
WAGNER of New York ,
quick
Mellon was to place his
SENATOR for the amendment adopted by the President Roosevelt sent to the sen-
.4 of the national labor board, case before the people. In a long N. M.-Scores of celebrities
total annual expenditure ate number of in the
house involves a *a promotions
has put forth a warning that unless"misconstruction" statement he denied ever having failedto Including Former Mayor James J.

and "evasion" of the of ,approximately $00,000,000 for pay his proper income taxes and said Walker of New ,York, were expelled army, virtually recasting the makeupof

collective bargaining provisions of the veterans as compared with the $118.- that in the last twenty years he had from the: Navajo Indian tribe by its this ,service. He named as major
called for under the veterans'amendment Lucius Holbrook and
National Industrial Recovery Act are 000,000 paid more,than $ OOOOOOO in this formof executive council of twelve, generals Roy

checked "we may expect to witness a adopted, by the senate. rates. He characterized the attor- The big chiefs indicated they- were Frank Sherwood Cocheu, now briga-

r vast swelling Industrial unrest with Briefly summarized, ,the house meas- ney general's action as "politics of the fed up on white men who get adoptedinto dier generals. '
to conference provides :
sent
r the coming of spring." ure as crudest sort." the tribe and then go around

( Secretary of Labor Perkins joined 1. That all Spanish-American war By order of the President a new In- boasting that they are Indians.A Another Touhy GangsterGets
veterans be restored to the pension
with Wagner and other witnesses be- come, tax procedure was put in force, number of Hollywood actors and
rolls on a basis of 75 per cent of what 99 Years in Prison
fore the board in urging the passageof designed to break up so-called "neg- actresses!: suffered the same fate as
Wagner's bill which would create they received prior to enactment of ligent" evasion of taxes. All tax returns Walker. Chicago.-Basil (the Owl) Banghart,

n permanent labor board and outlaw the economy bill last session. which the government suspectsof The council's resolution said no machine gunner of the Touhy gang,
all World war veterans withservice
._ employer influence over the organization 2. That connected disabilities be restored embodying willful evasion will be longer will there be any membershipIn was found guilty by a jury in Judge

of employees. Representatives referred to grand juries for Investiga- the tribe "except by birth" and that Walter Steffen's court of kidnapingJohn
full basis.
the rolls on a
to
.' of the American Federation of Labor with tion of possible fraud. "all those who claim to be membersof Factor, wealthy speculator. His
World war veterans
3. That
demand that employers be forced to disabilities be returned the tribe, by adoption are hereby punishment was: fixed by the jury at

recognize the unions and predict gen, presumptive the rolls on a 75 per cent basis.In LA LIBERTAD, most Important sea declared to be In no possible way 99) years In the penitentiary, the same

eral strikes especially In the automobile to addition 'it eliminates' pensions port of the republic of Salvador, adopted or honorary! members of the penalty that was recently imposed on

industry)!( unless prompt action Is emergency, officers, pensions 'for was almost destroyed by an explosion Navajo people.' three of his confederates in the crime _

s taken to satisfy{ the men., for of dynamite on, the docks and the resulting Roger Touhy, Albert Kator and Gus
the widows of the men lost in airship !
It FJ' '
conflagration. was believedat Schaefer. '
and knocks out the so-called Seeks Divorce for
By DIRECTION of the President, all disasters, the resto- least 150 persons were killed. Cruelty Earlier In the day forces outside the
limiting .
airmail operations by the army air Borah amendment federal cut to per After 55 Years' Marriage, law had disposed of ,Charles (Ice
ration of the pay
,:' corps were suspended by Maj. Gen. of Japan's new torpedo boats Wagon) Connors, another Touhyitewho
receiving .l less than $0,000 a year. ONE Waukon, Iowa.-After nearly 55
( Benjamin D. Foulois, chief of the sons of 527
Tomozuru. of
tons, was Sears of married life William E. Pettit, had been Identified as one
corps, and the draft- wrecked mysteriously oft the Sasebo those involved In the Factor abduc-
I old
whose deporta- and his
INSULL, seventy-six years wife,
Ing of a new schedule SAMUEL naval base and It was believed
most of his
: Greek tion. His body, bullet riddled, with
C 4 ordered bythe gov- Lucy Pettit, seventy years old, have de-
that would Insure her crew of 113 men were lost. The {
false teeth missing and a pennyclutC'hed
ernment, his ticket bought and his cided to separate. The wife filed a ,
greater safety for the : vessel was completed only February in one rigid hand, was found
I" the officials.vanished divorce here her
petition charging
selected
by
flyers was begun, train 26 last and was a new type, carryingthe beside One Hundred and Seventeenthstreet
from his residence in Athens between heaviest armament ever given husband with cruel- and inhuman
When the news a
mile east of Archer
half
and for hours n : ,
treatment.
r reached him of the midnight and morning, ship of its size.. It was considered atriumph' ;
deaths' of the ninth the police of the' country were frantically of Japanese naval architectureSeveral avenue.It .
was the theory of the police that
it
Then was
for him.
searching others of the same type
and tenth mail Prohibit of
army Advertising
announced that the fugitive had been : the copper coin had been left by the
,
t carriers within three. : < 3 are/under construction.
t, weeks Mr. Roosevelt okws" arrested aboard the Greek freighter --7 Liquor Price in MinnesotaSt. killers as a sardonic message to indIcate -

had been pursued by a that the notoriously stingy Con-
which
F sent out word: "The Meotis, AIlRY PIERPONT, one of John .' Paul.-David :Arundel, state: liquor -
.". _- boat destroyer. Insull was JH nors had refused to contribute to the
,- continuation of deaths torpedo Dillinger's gang, was convicted at commissioner, issued an order '
Gen. B- D. bound for Kessy, Egypt, near Alex- defense fund for his erstwhile com-
1;. in the army air corps Lima, Ohio, of the murder of Sheriff prohibiting liquor price advertising in
r. must stop." He or- Fouloisdere'd andria, and presumably: was heading) Jess Sarber in a jail raid in which Oil- Minnesota. He said the order fol- panions who were convicted.

;, that the carrying of air mail for either Persia or, Afghanistan. / linger was set free by his comrades, lowed complaints that advertising low

i' cease except "on such routes, under The Athens police learned from the! and was sentenced to death in the priced liquors encouraged liquor buy- Kidnap Slayer Goesto

such weather conditions and under such Insull household nothing of the ;way electric chair. The commander of the ing, a view with which he agreed.

i.: equipment and personnel conditions as In which Insull escaped from thE;' city. Ohio National Guard took every precaution Chair in Dixie

;:' will Insure, as far as the utmost care They thought he"was aided by 'Inter- to prevent the rescue of Pier- No Columbus, S. C.-Robert H. Wiles
,
: ; can provide, against constant recur national crooks. pont: by his resourceful chief, for DIl- Hapsburg to Rule, was electrocuted at the state penitentiary -

: rence of fatal accidents." The Greek government decided that linger was still at large, presumablyin Jugo Slavia Warns here for kidnaping and killing

General Foulois, Brig. Gen. Oscar Mrs. Insull was an undesirable; resi- Chicago.At school
or near Belgrade.-King Alexander's Uubbard H. Harris, Columbia
2. Westover, chief of air mall operations,' dent and should be ejected from the Crown Point, Ind., a special ernment gov-
through
, r and various Post Office department country. \ grand Jury began Investigating the minister the foreign affairs boy.The
fortynineyearoldmechanic
Bosko
Jeftitch, has bluntly :
!k-. officials built a revised "safety" route easy escape of Dillineer, a special warned, Austrian and Hungarian went to his death with a hymn on his
It:' with the trans-continental line from J. CUMMINGSJ chair- named to legi-
con-
been
having confession'and
WALTER prosecutor timists after full
} against lips making a
; ., Newark 'to' San Francisco as the main the ContinentaljlllinoisBank attempting a restoration -
!;. ? duct the Inquiry. of the Hapsburgs. taking sole responsibility for the
j, lice, other routes feeding Into It. The and Trust company Of Chicago, e by Weitem NeHspap' Ualon. crime.






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' r Cleaning Cistern, BIBLES USELESS

r -

Ready for Spring One' hundred years ago the English


5 I Queen Anne's Lace I Ir -.... Bible an edition society of, the at great Bible expense in the ,Manchu put-

i : Suction Attachment to 'Pump language, then "the official language -

of the
r '43' Chinese court. and gov-
=
= Will Remove Sediment, ernment. When sent to China the

Save Water. books were found useless, as the

.. I By Frances Parkinson Keyes I Manchus' were able to read Chinese,

By E. W. Lehmann, Agricultural Engineering preferring Chinese to their own lan-

I Department, University of Illinois. guage, which had become almost confined -.
. WNU Service.
, to official
use only,
Soft water is both labor and
' a sqver
Frances Parkinson: K Yes WNU Service.

,. -.. =- a money saver' for the home and It
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIrmost need not be lost or wasted in order Ferry's Seeds are sold only in fresh
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to'' clean jout the cistern and get it dated packages. When you buy Fer-
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1\ SYNOPSIS petticoats and hemstitched tiny muslin Important committee In the sen- 1 ready for the spring rains. ry's Seeds you are sure of the finest I

dresses. Mrs. Simmons did the wash- ate. To be sure it may be desirable to quality available Adv. '

,; Disappointed, through her inability to put Ing and Ironing and the cleaning, and During the same eight years, Anne, clean the cistern thoroughly before the

finishing touches to her costume for.a dance, Neal took care of the garden ; but except :: smothering again and again her dIsap- soft water supply for the home is collected Verse From the Bible

Anne Chamberlain is irritated by the stolidityof for this help, she did her own pointment at taking no tangible partin during the early spring rains. He that keepeth his mouth keepethhis

., a her visitor escort in, the George community Hildreth., Neal At the Conrad dance, work again. her husband's campaigns and at However, if the cistern is reasonablyfull life.-Proverbs 13:3.

young lawyer, is impressed by Anne, preceiv-" Anne's baby was born in the Hins- being left behind when he went to of water, the problem of cleaning

r insr her fine character. A few days later she boro hospital on a torrid night near Belford, washed, cooked, cleaned, becomes a difficult one, especially if Dr. Pierce's Pellets are best for liver,

accompanies him and his hostess, Mrs. Griffin, the end of August. She was, In labor sewed, and took care of Junior; pre- the water is needed and must be saved. bowels and stomach. One little Pellet fora
on a picnic. At the end of the day Neat de-
for thirty-six hours. When the doc Under such circumstances, it is nec- laxative-three for a cathartic. Adv.
clares his love and they become engaged. The sented that husky youngster, when he

l marriage Is solemnized. At Washington, on tor began to give her whiffs of ether to was three years old. with a little sister essary to use a special pump so that
their honeymoon, the Conrads meet Clarence the accumulation at the bottom Think It Over
take off the sharp edge of the pains, bQth may
took of them
Nancy ; care ;
friend of Neal's, diplomat.The
Hathaway, young be removed without disturbing. the Time spent in getting even would
had with
couple start housekeeping. Anne'shealth Neal, who stayed her up to washed cooked, cleaned and sewed ,
young
'contents of the cistern, except Just at be better spent in getting ahead.MercolizedWax.
begins to fail. Neal, engrossed in politics that time, became deathly sick from some more.

does not notice. She realizes she is to bea 'the smell of it,. and left her. When When the second baby was Imminent the bottom. This is accomplished by

mother. While Neal is away, Anne has a Doctor Pratt finally held the ether having a pump with a special funnel-
visit from old It became apparent that the
an friend. Mr. Coldcnburg. ,
cone to her face, tolling,her to breatheas little fiat in which they had continued shaped suction attachment at the bottom '
,
much as she wanted of It, .she : of the pipe. As the pump is oper-
tb' t live this time would not suffice
up to :! ated
the suction unit is moved around
snatched it from him and pulled it
CHAPTER VIContinued15 '
for the family needs longer.So .
down over her mouth and nose, tightly,. any over the floor so the material which
mo\-ed' S
they a slx-room cottage,
has settled the bottom be
tightly oblivion the only she at may
Mr. his mercy '
Goldenburg, disengaging ,
which they were able to rent cheaply \
pumped out. In this manner, much of
sought-If It could last forever, If it
hand
walked over to the telephone.
and which was sorely In need of paint,.
the waste and foul material be removed -
could her last conscious may .
"There is a doctor in Hinsbore, I sup- only prayer. degrees .
paper, and plumbing. By they and the water made more satisfactory !
pose hein?" he asked sarcastically. Her consciousness returned in waves.
persuaded a reluctant landlord to makeit for use without losing or
... /'Doctor Pratt? So-led me see vat Is She babbled, telling secrets she did not .
and attractive.
comfortable
t'\
more wasting the present supply.
his number-seven-thirty'five-, mean to divulge, and yet unable to be .
With two more rooms in their posses- If it is not necessary to save the ,, Y
"' silent. She felt. bruised and beaten, '
: >
yes. sion than they had had since their present supply in the cistern, a more >
; be left die In
she to to
'. Doctor Pratt was in, he would be and longed still they kept doing things peace-to her. marriage they converted one Into a thorough job may be done by' pumpingout deeps skin young

over, he said, right away. And, In the while the all the In ,
nursery, and one into a den, water. this case the Absorb blemishes and discoloration
things that disturbed her things that'F" using
?! scant half hour that elapsed before his large yard >provided the children witha walls may be brushed down, the cistern Mercckzcd Wax daily as directed. Invisible '

appearance, Mr. Goldenburg proceeded particles ol aged skin are freed and all
floor scrubbed and all refuse
11 space In which' to range, and Annea removed defects such as blackheads,tan, freckles and .,
>e I to "tidy things up" with a dexterity space In which to plant and cultivate completely. large pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully ," .

f.. and a swiftness remarkable In so Little attention need be given the clear, velvety and so soft-face looks
both a flower and a vegetable narrlpn. years younger. Mercokzed Wax brings out
plump and placid a person. Then with cistern if is takenIn hidden
Mabel\ came and spent a month with proper precaution your beauty.At all leading druggists

= F complete composure he admitted the collecting and filtering the supply Powdered Saxolite
r i
'' them when Anne left the hospital after I ;
surprised physician, still wearing one I Reduces wrinkles and other age-signs. SimI
ksY! hiss Nancy's birth, a complacent Mabel, engaged I ply dissolve one ounce in naif-pint I .
of Anne's aprons firmly tied about daily ao >
waist. to George, who had become Heated Water Treatment I Bitca hazel and uso face taboo | ..


-' Doctor Pratt was not long In render more and more prosperous and who Kills, Disease in Seed ..,
; had the largest farm and the finest
; ing his verdict.: There must be regular Canadian Butter ;
barns: in Oamstead. After she left. rutting cabbage seed in heated water .:
1" care and skilled treatment without 1 Lt.W4Ff' The butter exports In 1033 from
for 25
Anne was unable to go motoring with minutes kills black _leg, .'
delay. Anne's condition was not dangerous black rot, leaf 'spots and other cab Canada amounted to about 4,000,000

Neal, or entertain little bridge club. ,
Jr'' but he could not venture to i 11 IV) Worse than this her close confinementto bage-destroying fungi, according to 'pounds, most of which' went to the

:,. describe it as otherwise than serious. British Isles. ; .
Dr. Charles
the bouse and the never.ending Chupp, specialist in vege- -
!..' Would she rather be moved to a hospital ,
drudgery of her work began to tell table diseases at the New York state
fL: or have a nurse and maid installed -
: college 'of agriculture.An .
She not
her heavily. only
on grew
) ,. husband I
her
? And of course
I .' very thin herself, but the baby stopped! IS-minutes bath In water at 122 ,:.1
: must be advised at'once. It was useless -
turned degrees will also kill diseases commonto
became fretful, and
gaining
, : ,
; i' for Anne to Doctor Pratt
; protest ;
blue under the Alarmed, Anne cauliflower, brussels sprouts, and .
eyes. I
\. spoke, brusquely, about the danger to ':: '
turnips, he says. The one objection to
consulted Doctor Pratt, and he told
,:.-J :. the baby, when she tried to do so. Appealingly :
:
; this old ,will
; treatment Is that seed not
t. f her that'unless she had regular help
she turned to Mr. Golden I Why Children Need ;
y and equally regular recreation, she sprout well later. Seedsmen and grow- :;

, t. burg. i would have to wean Nancy. ers, according to Professor; Chupp, may

c,;<.' .f(: "Do you suppose, if you telegraphed lose by this process for a short time, \

, f: .;< Mabel she would come and stay with If j "you"And should that, not he, of added course, meanin, consider ly. but the loss, he says, Is more than a Liquid Laxative !

me? I wouldn't know where to get a l lIi" fThen offset by development of disease-free "
11 maid, or what to do with' her after- in this warm weather. "

/ Mabel-Mabel Is best With Complete Composure He Anne's dread of the "servant prob plants.
wards. But my ",
He states that most seedsmen in ,
Admitted the Surprised Physician. lem" rose from a deeper source than the !
friend. she explained to the doctor,
New York state having their seed
horrible stories she had heard from are The temporary relief children get j
Mr. and Mrs.
l "except Goldenburg. treated and tested and adds that '
hurt her. If they would only go away I her mother-in-law about the depravityof can- from unwise dosing with harsh 'J','
that she should
We've often
j ,, planned She cried, weakly, the tears dropping all domestic workers ; It rose also ,neries and creameries are permitting cathartics may cause bowel strain,

;,' come and visit me, but somehow- down from her cheeks to the pillow, sincere of her seedsmen to use the cannery water and even set up irritation in the

r,:;'.:i :.' ,I. "Why not telephone? Then she and yet she could not move to wipe from her very incompetence sense In directIng heating equipment to make the treat- kidneys. A properly prepared liquid
'." could get here sooner." own probable' laxative brings a perfect movement.
them off and else seemed to ment.
no one
;...:i;", Mr. Goldenburg was already In ad-' rather than doing work, and her in There is no discomfort at the time
.!\ notice them. Work on cabbage diseases began
unwillingness to entrust'the care of and weakness after. You don't
.,..:.-,' tion again. Without much difficulty, Then suddenly, Neal was there be- the children to anyone. else. But to this state four years ago, when farm- have to give the child "a double ,,
" he located Mabel and Mabel said that side her the tears and in Ontario asked for help in
kissing county
away ; and Dora ers dose" a day or two later.
relief.
Infinite surprise ,
her
: (: : she would be delighted to come, that between them on the bed, lay their saying one-tenth of their cabbage
King, the first applicant In responseto Can constipation be safely relievedin
t' she would be there In the morning.
little son. crop which they were losing by plant
t the advertisement came when she'said children? Yesl" say medical men.
; The doctor departed, promising to
diseases
she would, contentedly took ma "Yes!I" say many mothers who have
:. send around a nurse at once; and, CHAPTER VIIIn followed this sensible medical advice:
. .
attic and
session of the seemed perfectly
within an hour, the nurse materialized. 1. Select a good liquid laxative. 2.
'. satisfied to remain. She was like Dehydrating Hay the dose find '
And leaving her to bathe the patient Give you suited to the
the next eight years, Neal built Anne herself, a farmer's daughter who 3. Gradually reduce the dose
system.
:i and make her bed Mr. Goldenburg There is gradually coming Into usea .

T :',"r sought at first Mrs.! Simmons, next up his law practice, which continuedto had drifted to a little city. She was method of dehydrating hay which until the bowels are moving regularly
L
: '. grow, not indeed by leaps and willing to learn ; and Anne far from without aid.
satisfactoryfeed.
::" Mrs: Conrad and finally-catching the promises to provide very
j' last train to Belford-Neal. bounds, but steadily and satisfactorily.He resenting her Ignorance marveled at Those using this method report An approved liquid laxative (one

.y Anne never knew exactly what he also served four terms in the state the quickness with which she over- splendid results. Legumes and grasses that is widely used for children) is
: ;
legislature, the third as speaker of the It. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. The '
said to any of them ; she was. In fact, came may be cut earlier, thereby Increasing
house, the' fourth as chairman of the (TO BE CONTINUED.) palatability mild laxative action of,this excellent '
.. too ill to inquire, or' to care for sev- their digestibility and as preparation is the best form of help

: eral weeks. But, as those weeks well as increasing the percentage of ,for children-and grown-ups, too.

t dragged their slow course through, she Sketching Recommended as "Game" for protein. While this method of han_ The dose can be regulated for any .

became vaguely and comfortably con dUng the hay crop Is very promisingand age or need. ;

; scious sick as she was. that she was Those Weary of Other AmusementsWe provides an excellent feed, it has Your druggist has Dr. Caldwell's

happier than she had been In a long, not gone far enough to be"a factor In Syrup Pepsin. Member N R. A.
: have, discovered a new hobby In the branches .are set on the trunk of dairy farm operations. The silo is
long time. Mabel arrived. Miss Keep,
our old age We read somewhere not a tree; ,the effect of shadows In affording still In extensive use. New methods
I tfI/A.\ the nurse, waited on her by Inches.
A't long ago that anybody who can write depth to a landscape. He finds may cause something else to take its
Neal home
came looking very much Doctors Give Creosote
:f 1 should be able to draw. Our writingIs himself putting a frame around a place but this will be some; time in the '
cowed, badly frightened-all the
gay
' bad enough, but who can take a group of trees, or a bit of architec- future-Hoard's Dairyman.
1 self-confidence, the driving energy, For Chest Colds :
:4 dare? We went to the public library, tural detail, or even a corner of the
.j wiped from his face. He brought her
" drew a book on pencil sketching, living room in the firelight, ellminat best doctors
For our
years
many
' flowers-the first he had given her Weed Seeds Have Long LifeIn ;
pencils and got ing from vision the confusing detail,
-'I) since her honeymoon, and sat flown be- bought some. drawing have prescribed creosote In some 1
and vItality
the longevity -
side her on the bed his shoulders busy. and seeing the reality as It might appear pointing out form for cougtys, colds and bronchitis
sag- the of
nothing to write on It Is but a step to of weed seeds, University it Is
paper.
ging, and tried to talk to her, but Results so far are extension service knowing how dangerous
:: -
agricultural
t couldn't because his voice shook so. home about, but the whole family has drawing the: lines that suggest the California that planting clean seeds to let them hang'.on.Creomulsion .
warns
discovered a new and fascinating pas- picture. with creosote and
At first that Is-afterwards he col will aid in getting crops free from

lected himself and spoke better. But time. The wife shows a hitherto un- Here Is a game that anyone can weeds, but If ever there were weedson six other highly important medici

not until she had seen how shaken he suspected facility in caricature, particularly play. Very few can be true artists, the ground, the practice cannot pre- nal elements, quickly and effectively

a was, how sorry and, forgiving him, for of our' own dignified person. fit to draw for the public eye. But to vent them from sprouting and growing. stops coughs and colds that

; got there was anything to forgive. Daughter finds delight In drawing fig, discover how to make a dozen black Morning glory, smartweed, broad- otherwise might lead to serious

;F By the first of April. Anne was sufficiently mires, especially of children and old marks on a clean white place, and see leaved dock, red clover, Jimson weed, trouble. i)

better so that Miss Keep could ladles. For ourselves, we have learned the teapot, cream pitcher and cup and black nightingale, plaintain, ragweedand Creomulsion Is powerful In the

leave Mabel caring for her-since now something of perspective, and find that saucer leap out from the page In a curled lambsquarter seeds will treatment of colds and coughs, yetIt

x*;c ; she did not need so much care-and we can draw trees and snow-clad hills cozy group, or the chimney corner be- live for thirty years, and then grow. Is absolutely harmless and Is

- a y doing the housework, too. By the first that suggest at least something of the gin to glow before the easy chair, or Reed canary grass, purslane, black pleasant and easy to take.

: .: ,'...', of May she was up for a little while charm of wlnter landscape. the tracery of elm branches stand out mustard, sugar beet, burdock and Can- Your own druggist guarantees

each day. The session of the legisla For one thIng It Is Interesting to against the sky, Is to find a new Interest xda thistle will live for twenty years Creomulsion by refunding your

ture was over, and Neal was home discover how simply the artist's results In life. Who cares If the lines money If you are not relieved after

'. again for good, home that Is, until are achieved. Two curved lines waver If details are slurred, If the Grading Laws taking Creomulsion as directed.

.. .. '; another election at least-he had decided indicate Intersecting hills. A third result Is crude and' tentative? It
i} to run for office again then, this- traces the course of a brook. A few enough that reality Is suggested to Ohio now has a new grading law re hangs on. Always keep Creomul

;J4 time for the state senate. Re was very smudges show where It broadens Intoa the eye, that the vision Is enlargedand quiring grade named on the container, sion on hand for Instant use. adv.),

'I'> kind to her, very thoughtful. The first tiny pool. A roof and a chimney, corrected, that a fresh significance the weight or numerical count, and

: of June, Mabel went home, leaving three black marks for door and win- Is given, both to the things one the growers' name and address. Many

, +, them alone again, and they were, very dows, and! the farmhouse nestles In the sees In the world, and to the pictures ,Ohio fruit growers have been working CHAPPED ROUGH SKIN

il!:: ,'"' happy. Anne did quantities of sewing, valley. that more capable artists have made number under government of and regulations will have for llttltdifficulty a, To relieve the soreness and dryness

;' W/ sitting on: the little porch ; she trimmed.. Again, the amateur finds that his If you are tired of reading. If bridgeIs years and hasten the return of akin comfort
themselves to
in
:;.:: a bassinet with pink silk and white eyes have been opened to things he a bore and solitaire Is worn out, buya adjusting and health,apply soothing
; wha
the Those
: labeling operations.
.' :J dotted muslin and lace which the had looked at a thousand times without tablet and pencil, get a simple bookof
S SS have not kept abreast of the times will:
;.j a Goldenburgs sent her, she lined a little seeing. The difference between Instructions, and see what you can
find hardship In these new requirements
wicker chest of drawers with scented the contours of an oak, an elm, a do. You'll be surprised !Minneapolis
law. Ohio Farmer.
of Ohio -
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MAKC11 30, 1934.
PAGE FOUR _
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men, the church Items, the happy well) to come just up to but not over :,

The Clewiston News social gatherings of the people, the add enough milk (canned does very

Published every Friday in Clewiston, marriages, births and deaths, Castles In The Glades } < \ the top of the h.am. Bake about two 'I
B. WallaceThe hours in a slow oven covered close-
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, ers' Items, and all the farm-I Marjorie \
Inc. one daily occurances that lYe If you serve with it either bakedor ,

the simple annals of the great candied sweet potatoes, a salad I

Keathley Bowden, Editor mon people, who are really the foun- Kollum today is being writ reached the point of having the bot- made of two parts of shredded cab I

dation of this broad country of ten in the dim, dim dawning. tom investigated. If ,they find good bage, and one part each of chopped ; -+ i

ouis. has departed for work and the pop'l deep rock for a foundation construc- celery and drained crushed pine- 1/
Entered second class mall mat- and dessert of brown
as apple, a apple
Sometimes people speak lightlyof pf the family are still in the tion work will be in progress very '

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post the country newspaper, but it Morpheus. The first faint fingers soon, and I expect to just about live betty or apple upside-down cake, you j

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under is one of the most, potent and uplift- nice alliteration-of light are stealing up there, as it is for me the most will have a meal financially, dietet'I''I
'the of March 3 1897.
,
Act ically and gustatoriously
ing factors in our national existence. across the mucklands and touch- easily reached of any of the structures '

-Christian Science Monitor.RAMBLINGS.. ing lovingly the dew-drenched, -to ay nothing of the gentle and satisfying.

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. beans and cabbages, and the cat and studious Bennie. Here comes the sun. And the :

Advertising rates on application. wants In. A poetic hour. You may Jo Rich has recovered from the family, vociferating for breakfast. '

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-.:-..:.,.:.-.:.-.:.-.z..:-..:-..:..:..:..: have it for all of me. flu and has gone back to work. Yes Which leaves me' just space and
Alden-Dummy to you.-came time enough to wish you a joyous
Devoted to the advancement and she has a real job-bookkeeper and
home over Sunday from the Congaree Easter; to hope that your new shoes
Clewiston and Hendry general factotum for the wholesale
welfare of
i and brought ,the most delicious j I won't pinch, your new hat won't be
gasoline station down by the light
County .
I book that ever turned a deep shadeof plant. copied by your dearest enemy, and

II I blue into rose. It is "The Boners that you will enjoy the ham.

The Pathfinder refers to 1933 as I . . .... ... .... . Omnibus." Here are a few of the Ralph Wardwell is now out on
drainage structure 12 with Pop.
Year 1, N. D. i boners; Proofreaders, please take
Went over to West Palm Beach Which makes it nice for both of

I If the other day, and while waiting especial notice. them. And by the way, if Pop run Political Announcements
The Burlington, Wisconsin, Liars Geometry teaches us to bisex
more or less impatiently' the side- up against any more force accounts
Club is planning a world wide contest : walk for the wife who angels. /
was doing I am going to run, away and take the
to the most worthy wearer' Cure for toothache: Take a REPRESENTATIVETo
pick FOR
her purchasing at the five and ten, typewriter with me. You can't tel
of the mantle of Ananias. So thatis mouthful of cold water and sit on
we saw the swankiest automobileit me that Hell is paved with good in-
what Doc. Ezelle was groomingthe the stove till it boils. the citizens of Hendry County:
has ever been our privilege to tentions-it's paved with reports,
Kiwanians for. As she is going'to be married next I hereby announce myself as a
gaze upon. Long, lean and lanky, and we have been 'wearing ruts in candidate for from
month, she {is very busy getting her representative
this limousine was cream colored the pavement. Hendry county in the 1935 Legisla-

The guess of the average citizenis with enough trunks to carry alonga torso The ready. Parliament was Here it is almost Easter again ture, subject to the Democratic Pri-
Rump a par-
that Dillinger is in an unsuspected couple of extra -
Austins on the New mary June 5th.
clothes shoes hats
liament which sat for no period of new new ,
locality,'"and since Florida hasn't rear. It had a wide band of decorations nothing. rabbits, eggs, left-over habits from I believe this county needs a representative -

been suspected it is considered like- / across it from stem to stern time and passed who will be active, pro-
festivals
lasts all the time but pagan connoting things not
ly that the bandit who shouted "I'mDillinger" that looked from the distance at Climate talked gressive and always on the alert to
about in
to the St. Cloud bank he which I observed It, like a bit of weather only a few days. polite robin 'society, care for all legislative matters affecting -
and the
spring first
The dog came bounding down the in the the its
robbed county or people; as
,
may have been the Indiana mosaic. Then there was a sort of
north but just ''
path emitting whelps at every some more weather well as one who will work for the
fugitive. baby blue stripe' a couple of inches bound. down here, cantatas, and ha n. 'I betterment of the state as a whole. "ill

wide above that. The window frames And so on, for 99 hilarious pages. wonder why ham. Unless the custom If elected, I promise my best energy

The most popular American air were outlined in, rose color. There The illustrations by Dr. Seuss arc of eating ham to commemorate and ability for all of Hendry county.

seems to be the air that is pumpedinto was a chauffeur and a footman on Your vote and support will be appre-
the text, and the Easter day sets distinctively
as outrageous as I us apart as I
auto tires.-Pathfinder. It is'nt the front seat. This vision (dreamor ciated.
book is the biggest dollar's worthof gentiles. Anyhow, if your
any freer than that exploded in leg- nightmare, depending on your I CHARLIE LOVVORN
fun in the country. family is too small to use the tradi-
islative halls. taste) stopped in the center of the (Paid Political Advertisement)
Well, to get down to business; Igot tional whole baked ham, here is a
street, blocking traffic in a lordly
out on the McKenzie job for, the favorite family recipe for Baked
manner for a short space of time FOR SCHOOL HOARD :MEMBER
Last Sunday was a perfect day for first time Tuesday. Jim Stockley I Ham Slice which you can use instead -
until
all sorts of outdoor activities, and loudly honking horns urged it showed me around and about, as: Have the slice cut at least
gently forward. The lady of the I have announced my candidacy
the weather wasn't wasted here friend MacCarter was away down at ,two inches thick; put it .in a deep
for the
limousine office of member of School
alighted, with the assist- ,
abouts. There, was a tennis match, I the end of the job and it was too pan, cover the top with at least a Board of
Hendry County.
ball'game ance of the footman, and blime me, I
a diamond numerous far to walk. If you are one of those half-inch of brown sugar and a very
if she didn't go into the five and M.\ E. VON MACH
golf matches, and doubtless plentyof distance-investigators of the various generous sprinkle of ground cloves; (Paid Political Advertisement)
ten,-the very same one where the
fishing parties and picnic
partiesout.
jobs who wonder why the MacKenzie
Oh, yes, spring is here. wife was searching for some trinketfor .
levee doesn't grow as fast as some --- --- ------ --
the kid. Well, methinks, it
others, you should see the rock they
Jim Amos who takes all kinds of people-and au ,
was sentenced to I
have to blast out and sort out be-
20 years in 1931 for robbing the tomobiles-to make up the world, I
fore the fine big Monaghan can
LaBelle bank, was paroled last week and it also seems that most of, them
place the dirt. And I will stand up
by the state board ,of pardons. If find some excuse to shop in the five I
before the most ardent standpatterthat
someone soft-hearted and ten.
equally will]
ever, shouted "Hard Marl" and 1
just give him the combination to the It has been a great season for I declare that it is ROCK.: A com- OVER 40OPICTURES .

safe, all will be well with Jim Amos. tourists, and we revel in the throng pressed-air drill makes holes in the

Each session of the board of of them time strike,
pardons every we a town
rock and a stick of dynamite in Pictures tell the story. Thearticles
,." makes more converts to the frequented by the lot. Incidently a each hole breaks the strata up into and are short concise Told in Simple Language

principle that the board should be great number of them have visited few fascinating.! Here are a Would like to
hunks and the hunks are being used subjects covered: you keep posted on all the

abolished for the safety of society. Clewiston on their trips across the for riprap-which Webster definesas Arts and Craft Work-Astronomy new developments in this remarkable world

state. Many of them have called at "a formation of stones 'used with- -Automobile Repairing of ours? The new Inventions-the latest

In the midst of the obituary col the News office, and we have never out order.." Just let them try to -AviationBoatBuildingScientific of ToolsChemistryneering Feats-the Discoveries-the amazing EngiCare

umn in a last week's exchange was failed to enjoy their short stay. This this rcLlIHomeMade progress made in AviaElectr
use anything on job without an tion -Radio-Electricity-
. paragraph bearing the name of a week a group of Massachusettsfolks ChemistryPhysics ,
order! Jim
ingIdcastoMakel4toneyin
Stockley of the Photography
is ,one etc.? These and '
i, recently announced candidate at the stopped, in; they had been most interesting men in the Gladesto Metal Spare Time Working:-Jigsaw-ModelMaking Work- many other fascinating subjects are brought ..:. ;'I i

head. The paragraph bore the can down the' East Coast as far as the talk to; he has been everywhere; -Motion Pictures-Radio- to you each month through the pages of I

didate's announcement for congress, Keys and were crossing the state to India, Egypt, Africa, China, : -Toys-Wood Turning. POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE.

and one of those accidents that just get a glimpse of the Everglades and all the by-paths of the Japan-I I 'Written Understand So It"You Can Something for Everyone!

will happen in every newspaper office the sugar industry, and planned to been his playground and his I Special departments I
are devoted to the home
occasionally, landed it in the return through the ridge section i house. He has built himself work-I I craftsman and practical shopman.'The radio .'
-
obituary column. Rather a dismal They spoke, delightedly of the pleas-. --r_ : enthusiast has a largcsection filled with news and
little shack i
on the levee; a regular !1. helpful information on construction and main
outlook for the candidate, who we ant reception they had met on the I soldier's home tenance of twin transmitting and
compact and neat as I I ez PO1r CS sets. For the receiving
hope doesn't believe \ housewife, there are scores of
in
East Coast of the splendid
omens. ; accom- i
hints
a pin.{ He and Paddy Ryan were : c to lighten her daily tasks It's the one
-- odations and reasonable prices they both with the British army in India t GF 2' magazine everyone in your'family will enjoy.

Another reason for Roosevelt's had encountered. It was plain to and talk Hindustani to each otherat b At All Newsstands 25c

success and popularity is his consid see that they were enjoying their /'
least!:; they say it is Hindustani and or by Subscription $2.50 Year
eration of the rights of others. Seek trip immensely. They described Z =
I'm sure I can't deny it. o Stop at your favorite newsstand and
ing to avoid the automobile indus several delicious meals they had had Bee MacFadden staged a surprise look over the current issue. If your

try's, strike he wired'"requesting a the few days previously for( sums birthday last Saturday night for '. newsdealer is sold out, order direct.

delay in the walkout until I can hold ranging from thirty-five to fifty Gayle. Let's get out Webster again ,ht POPULAR MECHANICS

, a conference in Washington to cents. We couldn't help but recall I and define "surprise." Hereve I I 200 E. Ontario. St Dept. N. Chicago

, reconcile existing differences.' I the comment in an East Coast ex-
are-"anything sudden and
: suggest Thursday." Many a presi change last week. It seems that: pected, especially when unex-I: '


dent rather,would summarily have called instead a conference, the East Coast group of newspapermen tonishment." Well, let it go atj'II I .....!.........................................,.................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:........................_...................................................... i:
of sug and printers met at Fort Pierce that.
gesting once. The conference their to have the -
was for zone meeting Inspector. O. Futch is back ,on :
held as suggested and the. strike a- new code explained to them. The Gayle's gate after a trip' to Colum- :1I: 11 y
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'r! verted. hotel at which the meeting was held bus, Miss:, where :
: his, son has been
; served them, in a dilatory manne, ill. It is i
very a pleasure to
, If your nose is close to the grind- that consumed two hours of their report .! :
(Continued
stone rough. on page 8)) i CLEWISTON ,ijOLF I IIIe
,j And leave valuable time, a very ordinary "fifty that the young man is recovering.

you it there long enough, cent dinner", said the exchange, and Inspector V. W. Murphy was the

;, In time you'll say there's no such then charged them $1.50 for It. The pinch-hitter for Mr. Futch whithe I : .' :

' thingAs hotel encountered the wrong group I p;
was away, and Mr. :
l\IUrPhy-j : COURSE '
' brooks that babble, and. birds that time, however, for newspapermen probably French, don't you -,, < ;
that sing. 1 > .
are not backward about expressing has nobeen tranferred
to
: : drainage jlj'-
\ These
three
things will your world themselves. They adopted culvert number 2. : .
compose: resolutions stating that they were ::: '
Willard Simpson has '
'J' Just you, the stone and that darnedold "disgusted at the service renderedand He is nurse to the NRA.a: new Govern job. .:. :, : .. ..:, ...
( '
nose! % felt that the price was an im ment car apd everything.Tish .t. I y:
-Exchange. And we'll bet they won't '..
position. { Wardwell's Research
Bureauhas .;. I ,

'\\'l| THE COUNTRY NEWSPAPER I forget the ,treatment columns when either they started her out again on a love- ..:... 'Y t. ,4
write their editorial
ly snoopy investigation where :.
she .
I have spent my spare time this can ask more impertinent questions :

Turning from 'city newspapers to week building a fence. It's designed than Punk. I don't know whether

It') ,small town press exchanges that largely to close in a play-yard for her job or mine has the finer possibilities Open tothe Pubic ] !I

come to the editor's desk is like the future editor, me innocently for blackmail. But you It

stepping from the slums, full of vice, thinking building a fence was sucha know Tish-she gets away with "it

Into an old-fashioned garden matter. But when I got .'.
sweet simple and leaves you with a feeling of be t -. --
;. with lavender and thyme and the down to the brass tacks of it, try ing all smoothed down like a kitten. ':'

scent of perennial flowers. The ing' to lay out a fence with only the Grover Poole has been sent I y

pages of big dailies are so full of help of, the wife, who is good for hear, to the St. Lucie job. So have :;: I I:

murder, thievery, immorality and .advice only, and a good-natured but Inspectors Brown and Collins, who .:. :::

selfishness that the better news is unscientific darkey named John, on are to be on the Alice. I do hope I .:. ':'

obscured by these glaring shatter- a lot that isn't square and in a town Mr. Collins took his lunch hook 'i'y

ings of the Decalogue One puts the that is lousy with engineers, v>e along. = i i "

papers aside with a feeling of depression found fences are not such a simple Benson's gate at Canal Point has I Moderate Green Fees *

and heartache that the matter after all. We are consoledby i

world is so full of terrible and unhappy a story they tell on Johnny :. Exceptional Fairways :i:
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things. Lucjcaa. It seems that Johnny was inch out of line, and Johnny hasn't I I

Then picking up the papers that having the time of his life superin- heard the last of the kidding about Interesting Greens f

record the happenings of the little tending the erection of one of the that yet. rl :
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towns around us, one gains renewed I vats at the sugar mill one summer All Johnny will' have to do, however I

faith in life. Here are set forth: while Papa Scharnberg was away on to feel like a very scientific .

},; only ity-the that:, activities uplifts of the a commun business vacation.vat waff Wen one-sixteenth Johnny: got throughthe of an I. look engineer at our again fence., is to come over and]i iA 1 I .........-....................._..........................-....;.:.,:...:-..:..:._.:..:-..:..:..;,..:.',_:.....:............_.-.........&.-.............-...._............_..........-'


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FTITBAY.. MARCH 30. 1D34. THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE
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Mr. and Mrs. R. C.: Wilson motored EASTER MOTIF USED AT I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX

to Haines City and Lake Wales PARTY AT VAUGHN HOME Read the Ads DEED
Personal MentionEd I
I I Sunday. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
E. A. SCHULT. holder of Tax Certi-
Mrs H. T. Vaughn, Mrs W. P. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR i ficate No. 848 7th day of July,
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and TAX DEED A. D. 1930. has filed said certificate
Butler has returned from a Mrs. G. C. Poole made a trip to Vaughn and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., I in my office and made application for
tax deed to issue thereon In accord-
business trip to Chicago. Okeechobee Friday in the Ford tri- were hostesses Friday afternoon at a NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ance with law. Said certificate em-

motored airplane' of Mel Swanson'sAir delightful bridge party honoring That ZERNEY G. MEREDITH, perty braces situated the following In Hendry described County, Flor-pro-

" Miss Coye Heath, of Atlanta, spent Circus. M rs. O. H. Scharnberg. The Easter holder of Tax Certificate No. 922, ida, to-wit: Lot 11 Block 172 Clewiston.
the week-end here visiting friends. 7th day of Sept. A. D. 1931, has The assessment of said property under -
r motif was carried out in the decora- filed said certificate In office the said certificate issued was in
Mrs. L. R. Oliphant, of Marietta, my the name of Mrs. J. E. Frederick.
.;. tions and in the refreshments. and made application for tax deed I Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
Ga. returned home Sunday after visiting -
Mr and Mrs. C. F. Goodman spent ,
according to
to issue thereon in accordance with law, tax deed
'(" the week-end visiting in Miami. her daughter and son-in-law,, Mrs. D. G. Alston was presentedwith law. Said certificate embraces the will issue ,thereon on the 23rd day of
the prize for high score, Miss April A. D. 1934.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson for several -
described
following property situated Dated this 23rd day of March A. D.
Mae Drew received second
weeks. high, 1934.
In Hendry County, Florida, to-
v L. 0. Gravely, of LaBelle, was a
Mrs. C. L. Downs received third high wit: WILLIAM T. HULL
business visitor Wednesday.Mr. (SEAL) Clerk of
there Circuit Court
prize Mis. O. F. Schif fli the
cut
Lot 26 Block 176
Miss Antoinette Lamb, of Fort Clewiston., Hendry County. Florida.
prize, Mrs.. F. Deane Duff, the Wo.' 18 Mar. 23. 30, Apr. 6, 13, 20.
Myers, arrived here this week and is The assessment of said property
and Mrs. C. E. Williams were consolation, Mrs. Albert Hill, house
residing at the Watanabe Hotel, under the said certificate issued was
visitors in Moore Haven Wednesday. Miss Lamb is connected fith the Reemployment guest of Mrs. F. M. Wright, re- in the name of S. M. Paulson. NOTICE OF APPLICATION .FOR TAX

Bureau. ceived the out of town guest prize, Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -' DEED

Wayne Maynard, of Scoring, is a and Mrs. O. H. Scharnberg, the according to law, tax deed NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN hat
Z
: business visitor in Clewiston today. honoree, was presented with the will issue thereon .on the 17th day of E. A. SCHULT, holder of Tax Certificate -
Ernest McRae was a visitor in guest prize. April, A. D. 1934. No. 945, 946 7th day of Sept..
Okeechobee Friday, making the trip Dated this 16th A. D. 1931. has filed said certificate
J. Simmons and Marvin Goodman day of March, A., In
Guests Mrs. D. my office and made application
were: G. Alston, for
were In LaBelle visiting friends Sun- over in the plane of' the Mel Swan- D. 1934. tax deed to Issue thereon in accordance -
: Miss Drew, Mis. Schif fll, Mrs. with law. Sild
WILLIAM T.
son group which left Clewiston aftera HULL, certificate em-
day. three day's visit. Downs, Mrs. Duff, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court, braces situated the following described property -
In
:= I Wright, Mrs. O. H. Scharnberg, Mrs. Hendry County, Florida. ida, to-wit: Lots Hendry 14-15 County Block, Flor-378
Mrs G. O. Wallace, of Pahokee,
H. J. B. Scharnberg, Miss ,Eva Mae By INEZ MAGILL, Clewiston
: Clarence ,R. Bitting of New York
;,, was in Clewiston Tuesday on bus- The assessment of said
Greene, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. T. Deputy Clerk., property un-
der the said
.':; iness. arrived this week to spend several certificate issued was In
days transacting business. Mr. Bit- B. Shelley, Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. J. No. 15c Mch. 16, 23, 30, Apr 6, 13. the Unless name of F. Feuchtinger.
said
P. Percy, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. certificate shall be redeemed -
, :, ',' W. D. Speight, ofVest Palm ting is president of the United according to law, tax deed
'r Y. Patterson, Mrs. B. Thomas, Mrs. will Issue thereon on the 23rd day of
Beach, was in Clewiston Tuesday on States Sugar Corporation I. M. Pafford, Mrs. A. 9. Munroe, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR April, A. D. 1934. ,
business. Dated this 23rd: day of March, A. D.
TAX DEED
M rs. E. R. Fontaine, Mrs. C. F., 1934. '
Mr. and Mrs. Norman B. Wheeler,
Trainor, Mrs. E. L. Stewart Mrs. C. -- WILLIAM T. HULL
,
Mrs H.ubert Land and Mr. and of Tampa, are spending several days R. NOTICE IS, HEREBY GIVEN, (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court
Byrd, Mrs. Mrs.
Rodriguez, Hed-
r4f :.:;' '\. in Clewiston as guests of Mr. and Hendry County. Florida.
: Mrs. Dan Allen spent Tuesday in : That FOSTER MEREDITH holderof No. 17
ley, Mrs. Hurst, Mrs. Mutrux, Mrs. Mar. 23, 30 Apr. 6, 13, 20.
r'' :,.' : : Fort Myers. M rs. D. A. McGeachy. Mis. Mc- Tax Certificate No. 918,
Sevan, Mrs. C. F. Vaughn, Mrs. F. I.
, Geachy and Mrs. Wheeler are sis 7th day of Sept. A. D. 1931, has
-, Hill, Mrs. C. E. Mills, Mrs. W. M.Redelshelmer .
: filed
ters. said certificate in office
C. Nelson and R. C. Biard, of my J. M. i'OUSD
S Jacksonville, transacted business Mrs. W. C. Worth, and made application for tax deed
5 Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. '\\:'. C. Hooker to Issue thereon in accordance with Counselor
'if here this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. Jackson and and Attorney at Law
Mrs. A. L. Rackstraw, Mrs. M. law. Said certificate embraces the
.
I" daughter, of Chicago, left this week Hopkins BuildingWednesdays
} <'.:' E. VonMach, Mrs. Rogero, Mrs. R following described property situated
'. ': Mrs.: H. A. Bestor, and Mrs. R. Y., after visiting here for some time, and Saturdays
in
\" T. Mitchell and Mrs. C. E. Nail. Hendry County, Florida, to-
S 4j,;" ,,', Patterson were guests of friends in for New Orleans, where they will wit: {):30 to 4:00
LaBelle Thursday.: spend the Easter holidays before re Miss Vilma Rhodes, Miss Gertrude Lot 2 Block 168 ClewistonThe

turning to their' home. Balasok, Miss Elizabeth West, Mrs. assessment of said property

Parker T. Wilson! K. S. MacMul- Roy Greene, Mrs. L. C. Smith, Mrs under the said certificate issued was Watches. Clocks, Jewelry

,:" \ len and Jim Little were visitors to The Pioneers, junior organization M. W. Bigg, Mrs B. A. Bourne, Mrs. in the name of James Harty. Jewelry Repairing

'L Fort Myers Tuesday enjoyed a supper and play hour o n Oglesby were tea guests. Unless said certificate shall be re
, the lawn of the Community Church deemed according to law, tax deed W. H. MERRITT

J{';" Bill Scaggs, Bill Ilynatt and R. S. Sunday afternoon previous to their ,will issue thereon on the 17th day of WATCHMAKER & JEWELERRear
; .. :: April, A. D. 1934.
i. meeting. Miss Dorothy Lockhardwas
MacErnest
of Tampa, were business Dated this 16th of
kti. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORT day March, A. or
,
In charge of the
.
visitors here program.Mr.
Monday.
D. 1934.
Clewiston
r no" DEED Drug Company
: WILLIAM T. HULL,
CLEWISTON
Y' ', Mr. Mrs. and Mrs. R. L. Saxon, and SEAL FLORIDAp
and William Hooks and ( ) Clerk of Circuit Court,
"G' ]mother, Mrs. Geiger and children NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, O. Box 521
:, daughter, Betty, of LaBelle, visited Hendry County, Florida.
\, friends here Monday evening. Thornton and Joan, of Moore Haven That F. DURRENCE, holder of Tax By INEZ MAGILL, "We Are Here To Stay" -
'i Certificate No. 722, 7th day of July Clerk.
spent Friday here as guests ofMr. Deputy
':. A. D. 1930, has filed said certifi- No. 16c Mch. 16 23 30 6 13.
: Mrs. Charles E. Williams left this and Mrs. L. L. Lowe. Mrs. Apr. ,
In
cate my office and made application -
5' :, morning for Jacksonville where she Lowe and Mrs. Saxon are sisters.Dr. for tax deed to Issue thereon in

.. will visit relatives for accordance with I WEAVERENE OINTMENT
r a month. law. Said certificate NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
:-
I M. B. Bridges and Walter Stri- embraces the following de- DEED / At Clewiston Drug Stores

''-.i'i Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sullivan, of ,ari, of Columbus, Ga., arrived this scribed property situated in Hendry

i-:,) Miami, left Friday after spending week and will visit Mr. and Mrs. D County, Florida, to-wit: .NOTICE Chappell.IS holder HEREBY of Tax GIVEN.Certificate ThatH. For Groundltch and Athlete's

,::', several weeks in Clewiston on bus G.- Alston for several days. Dr. Lot 21 Block 203 Clewiston. No. 920. 7th day of Sept., A. D. 1931, Foot
; : i has filed said certificate In my office.
:
:'f iness. Bridges and Mr. ,,Strivari were guestsof The assessment of said property and made application for tax deed to I 25c
the Kiwanis Club at its meeting under the said certificate issued was Issue thereon in accordance with law.

.....r., '' Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. A. O. Wednesday evening. In the name of Clewiston Company. Said ing described certificate property embraces situated the follow In

;; :S- Ward and Mrs. R. N. Smith were -T- Unless said certificate shall be Hendry 10 Block County 173 Clewiston.Florida, to-wit: Lot .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:. ,,'
ft"i .: Monday visitors in West Palm Hon W. V. Knott, State Treasurer, redeemed according to law, tax deed
The assessment of said
S )" Beach of Tallahassee, A. C. Bayless of the will Issue thereon on the First day der the said certificate issued property was un In I:;: SEA FOOD MARKET: :;:
Internal Improvement Board also of May, A. D. 1934. the name of T. J. Brunner. ;
,
Unless said certificate shall be :_: LUNCHES =;
redeemed ::
of Tallahassee and Dated this 30 day of March, A. D. :: ,
,. Sheriff H. L. Delaney, W. W. Supt. A. R. Rich- according to law, tax deed will s
Hooks and Bud Mayo of: LaBelle ardson of the State Prison Farm at 1934. issue thereon on the 23rd day of April,
A. D. 1934. :;: J. G. MARTIN J:;:
were business visitors in ClewistonSunday. Belle Glade were business visitorsin WILLIAM T. HULL, Dated this 23rd day of March, A. D.
Clewiston yesterday. (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court, ,1934. :i;[: FIRST DOOR NORTH POOLE'S ORO. :j jt ;:

,' ,'" :. Hendry County, Florida. WILLIAM T. HULL .'s't, LABELLE, FLORIDA .s';
I (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court,
.. _}. ':" '"" L. C. Gibson, A. B. Griffin, G. E. Mrs. Charlie Sells, of Belle ,No. 20 Mar 30, Apr. 6, 13, 20, 27. Hendry County, Florida. I ,*..:..:..:wjMj..:..*..:..:..:..:'M*..:*.J..:..:..:..:..:..:**J..:..:..:M't.*,

,,. Moore, R. R. Abbott and M. L.. Green Glade, Is spending today in Clewis Jm

... were Tuesday business visitors i in ton as guest of Mrs. R. M. Sands
Clewiston. Mrs. Sands is entertaining
with a
'i' 'i. .i' or
luncheon in her honor, the invited ::: ::: :ss:

\ Dr. J. W. Ezelle motored to West guests being Mrs. Curtis Vaughn,

I ',; Palm Beach Sunday. Mrs. Ezelle Mrs. Will Daniels, Mrs. J. W.,. Bar- :H: :: Attractive Clewiston Home ::1:1: ::

and small daughter, Jane, accompanied rett and Mrs. Sells.
:!: :: ): :s:

him home. Judge John J Maher and Mrs I": We Helped Build H

,, Miss Ulla Jacobsen returned yesterday Maher, of Detroit, arrived in Clew-
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from Tampa, where she has iston Wednesday afternoon and will ':' ':' 's' :'

,,;': ( spent several days visiting her father remain over Sunday as guests of XX x '

P. M. Jacobsen. Mr. and Mrs., M. E. Von Mach Judge s ff I IXf

..' Maher is judge of the court of record Y

", J. J. Harrington returned this city of Detroit, and his wife fx

week from' New York and Chicago is a sister of Mrs. Von Mach. X s ,s, .:11

where he has been for several weeks Xf :

I on a business visit. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Brain x xx

erd and son, Henry B. Brainerd, of :;i: ,;, ,;. f :

Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mr Wellesley, Massachusetts, were visitors _, "f -yys'
's'YY
" ,. ', and Mrs. .V. H. Cothern, Leon ( in Clewiston Monday. The par-

!" Cothern and Van Bush were Sunday ty was on an 'extended tour of Flor- f! xx
visitors to :i: :: .;. .;, :
f; Immokalee.C. Ida this winter and had just returned s ,, ., -,

J I from Miami and the Florida keys, :!: f f .;.. ,
H. Kirtland, who has been and planned to return north thru ,', 's' 's' 's' ,:'

spending the season in Belle Glade the ridge section. Y Y yy Y ;

and Clewiston, returned to his home'

in New York this week. MRS. HILL ENTERTAINSFOR ,', 's' .s'
BOSTON VISITOR '!' + i r :s: 'y: -
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Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. A. A. Dip n. .', ,', 's' .s' .!
roe, Mrs. C. F. .!' ,;, J -:' 's' ,
Goodman and Mrs Mrs. O. H. Scharnberg was the ,:, '' '' '
Russell Whidden ,, .'s', : ',:. '
wereVednesday honoree at a bridge party Thurs- -s' ,
..
.s
,
,: visitors inVest Palm Beach. day afternoon' at the home of Mrs ,s, "; -s'.s' 's''i' .

F. i. Hill, the hostess. .. YY
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Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Miss Mrs. W. M. Rcdelsheimer received y 1 a 'It .YY ,

Marlon: Leydig, Miss Betty Spice the high score 'prize, Mrs. F. lei. '_,s s.s,. ,s,, .s'.s's''s' ''

f. and Roberta Spicer were visitors Wright received the second high YY

,?ftF.r( :' to West Palm Beach Saturday Mrs. J. P. Percy, the consolation, YY YY ,

, r 1: )} Mrs C. R,- Byrd held the lucky card a Mlisaj ... s A yy ',
:"::,::S; : r L. A. Nash, of Detroit, arrived for the cut prize and Mrs. Scharn f xxI s
_,
:" :" here this week and Is residing at the berg was presented with the guest I, 's''s' :s s: SS:u'4VS.ww Sys: ,s, -,':,-.

;;:/_ Clewiston Inn. Mr. Nash* is connected gift : ''s'' s: -:.' .:-
:; with the \ I : ,:, ".s, "s,
U. S.
: Engineers here.: Guests were Mrs. Redelsheimer, 's' :
0' I 'I' ,1, :. .
Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Percy, Mrs. : Y s
Byrd 's' -' ,, "
,_, \ 1'
:" G. E. Brown of New Port Richey, Mis. O. H. Scharnberg, H. J. B. .s''s' ,:, I,, ,,s.. ,-';'.

representative of the Tidewater Scharnberg, Mrs. C. L. Downs. Mrs. :: :_= We Can You To Own A Home i :.-
Stone Company, was among the E. L. Stewart, Mrs.;' W. C. Worth, ; Help : ::

Wednesday business visitors here. Mrs. :E. R. Fontaine, Mrs. N. L.

Hemenway, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs

Mrs O. II. Scharnberg, of Boston, H. A. Bestor Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, ,. Association II:
Clewiston Home
,who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. C.' Owen, Mrs. O. F. Schif- Building | 1 1yx
'
( H. J. B.
r" Schainberg for several fit, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. M. Wes .

weeks returned to her home Tu Bigg, Mrs. W. C. Pruitt, and Mrs ,

_,,!' : day B, Thomas came for tea .
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.L D I Events in the Lives of Little Men I 0 I !


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LACKS FINESSE

THE BEAK TOO? I ryi I V.6RINPI 1 gj IJllIL Sirs. E. C. M. writes: "Albert, aged.I -
'
"I don't want to eat this egg. Its = three and a half; was disobedient,

not a nice egg," protested the six-year- Made f O aPr T-: 600PANP j and I said to him, 'If you don't be-
old daughter of the house at the breakfast I have, you'll get spanked. You would 'i
table. SHARP (RUSE not like that, would you?' ,
"Mary," said her mother sternly, 'I wouldn't like daddy to spank -
"you are always complaining of your me,' was the response.
food. Eat what placed before you- ," 'Why not?'

every bite of It-without another word, YOM ORRODU \I 'lie doesn't know;: how. lie hurts.. ,-. I

or else, 111" have to give you a good ATES -Boston Transcript. / : '.

spanking. j
All was, quiet for some minutes. Stretching It :
i
Then from the other end of the table "Now, what about some elastic
1 1r
sounded a mournful voice: suggested the commercial traveler
"Mother, dear; do I have to eat theI I who was getting an order from an

beak, too?" ( < &g; 1 Aberdeen shopkeeper.Na : .

na," said the Aberdonian."I'm .
ENOUGH
for nae mair q''it. I couldna '
"I
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: measure a yaird o' your last consignment -
/ wi'oot the stuff snapping."
1r
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-Montreal: Star.
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Picnic Defined

; .t1T Izzard-How would you define a. .; __
: S picnic? "rJ",

I Jitters A picnic Is a day set apart'
to get better acquainted with ants

. ) SIi I bugs, worms, mosquitoes; chiggers, .
?Q r sand fleas and poison ivy.-Path- !
Y o C' 0Q ;; .
finder Magazine. : .-

o i ; Dead Letter Baritone '...

n. flu T. ; "Yessah, Ah's a great singah." : '..
George-Grace said If any man I I I I : "Wheah did you-all learn to sing?" i! .
kissed her without warning she would ( 1 I "Ah graduated from a correspondence 'I'

scream for her father. I school." ', ': .

,Jack-What did you do? '"; "Boy, you sho' lost lots of 'yo... ,
George-I warned her. girl! \ ,, mail-Florida Times-Union. ;


Bad Mistake HOW IT HAPPENED
Alarmed Wife (whose husband had

gone to bed first, but whom she did THE FEATHERHEADS The Painter
not find In bed when she got there '

Bill, where are you? ) HI You t KWCKFANMY' IT IS 1 U \ I
Bill P 'E'S-HOW DID YOU ME ? t COULDN'T I I'll''j
(drowsily-Ah, come on to bed, .
VERY t KIND op YOUR, .
I've been asleep hours. / EVER.ET HIM K ? P HIM FROM

Mrs. Bill-But you're not in bed! HUSBAND To ,HELP J -.-TO DO IT ? 1/0ING' It (IF I

Bill.......Thunder I'm not. I'm where wiry OUR SHOW jf Tot
WANTED
the. bed is anyway. *
I7it
Mrs. Bill-No, darling. You're rit

where the bed used to be. I changed 1)) ..
things around today and I you are sleeping \ -

in the cedar chest.Everything \

All Right
"Jack tried to kiss me last eve- '
Bumping into a pedestrian, a tourist \ I ning." .t
slightly dented a fender I "
"How dared he?
Instantly stopping the car, the occu- "He dldn"t-I dared him." ,
pant climbed out and proceeded to p. tf
examine the machine' with deep con-
cern.. He then turned to the pedes- Hm-m! ;; .
Teacher (In geography lesson)- >'
Irian and asked: "Are you Insured?
"Yes." Now'can anybody tell me where we

"Good. So Is the car." find mangoes
Knowing' Little Boy-Yes, miss,
Getting Them Placed wherever woman goes.-Boston Tran- .
1IWAI
"You seem to be going on the theory OH-! HERE HE (IS WONDER KIO MORE t "TiLL 11El.L'I script.
that the audience doesn't know anything
," protested the confidential WE WERE WONDERINs FAIR LADY-BEHOLD YOLI ABOUT THE Names

friend. MR. FEAT-ERHEAD AN EXPERT AT I MADE UP AS "How did you like the reception?"

"This audience," replied Senator WHO WOULD HELP ART/// AM INDIAN-' "Very much," answered Miss Cay-

Sorghum, "isn't supposed to do the US wIYK OAR enne. "Not only was it noteworthy'.

knowing. It Is supposed to .do the _MAE .
yessing. present, but it was interesting be-
WA5Hl5fr" cause of several who were 'prominently -'
I High Pressure DACE listed among those absent."
"Mrs. Smith is simply mad on the r.
subject of and '
germs Sterilizes or RED-
( Quite Safe '
filters everything In the house!1" I
W( "Don't want office fur-"
husband"How does she get along with her \ -r % :',Azt nishings insured you ?" your

"Yes, all except the clock. Every-
"Oh, even their relations are ,
x' ) b "
r body watches that. -Travelers'
; strained!"-Stray Stories.Experienced.. Beacon. \ .

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1,1 h I Sweet"and ThirtyA
4,
Merchant-Are I r l IIweetern
.: you married? 1
Applicant-No. woman novelist thinks that thirtyis
a nice age for a woman. It Is,
l Merchant-Then I'm afraid the salary -
NeweDiyer Jaloa especially if she happens to be forty. "
would look small
; to you. .
-Boston Transcript. R

;} FINGERS CROSSED .. Women's Secrets WORSE'N THAT I II Looking Ahead
'f\I First Woman-She told me you told. "Tom, I wish you'd come to see me
THE FLAVOR
her that secret I told you not to tell occasionally."
her. I I "Why Bess, I thought you were engaged
Second Woman-The mean thing! I i to Jimmy Smith?"
told her not to tell.you I told her. "No; but I think I could be if I could A-5-I-S

I r First:: Woman-Well, don't tell her I. get up a little brisk competition.:
told you she told me.Ensemble.

IL. A Handicap

0 "But, doctor, I can't do a two-mile
"I understand'your wife came from walk every night and morning; I'll
'
ft fine old family." get dizzy." _
'Came' is hardly the word-she "What earth are talking rte;
I, "I hear It was a bad failure. on you
fI' brought it I with, her." "Very. Even the receivers didn't about, man?"
make anything out of it." "Well, I'm a lighthouse keeper."
I' NO REGISTER
'"Who does the baby resemble1"t
t '''!Ie Is absolutely neutral." Always an Eye to Business DOTS AND DASHES

"Some of you old chaps did a great
An Enduring Enterprise"Did deal dancing at the big party." -
,
any of,your ancestors do thingsto p 0 "Yes," replied Mr. Cumrox. "The
cause'posterity to remember-them?" GoTeddyThat next time we give one Fm going to

asked the haughty woman."I see if I can't get mother and the girlsto a f GG
reckon they did," replied Farmer gIve'me a concession to open a lit
CorntosseL "My grandfather put mortgages tle stand In the hall and sell rheuma

yet. on this place that ain't paid. off tism liniment to the departing guests." i1''! r


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Breaking the News Proof fro I

4 poctor-Your wife need not worry howwld Miss Giggles "How did your article on perpetual ........ -
about being a little deaf. Just tell her really laughed at me lawst ewenlng motion turn out?" __ as

,It Is merely a sign of advancing years. dontcberknow. Oh, it was a great success," said the BIrd-Oh, joy, there goes a messageover
Husband-Doctor, would you mind Bailie-Well, never mind her-she author. "Every time I sent it out It the wire saying sling shots are
; telling her that yourself often laughs at nothing. came back to me." to be prohibited this year.
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1934



MEMORY'S PART IN I I .


: THE RECORDS OF Woman's Right to I can wish any woman to be selfish. It I TWO EXTREMES ,

must be just a confusion of terms between -

EVERYDAY LIFE ] our own Mary's Idea of selfishness
IRffU1IJIIf Thought of Self I The beautiful women of Tehnante-
and the real
meaning of the pee, Mexico, outnumber the men five

\ Unpleasant things may be pleas word. to one. The opposite is the conditionin

antly remembered and, In a sense, Weakness in SelfSacrificeIs I I Perhaps when she1 speaks of wom- Buenos Aires, Argentina, where
in. these hardships en losing by being unselfish
gloried Among are she the men outnumber the omen In the

'. overcome, dangers survived MEAT SCRAP, GOOD Without Sense of I means by being weak, by lacking same ratio.

;L" and sacrifices that bear fruit. So it stamina. She may be thinking of
TANKAGE Proportion. i
: '.: was held by Aeneas, who assured his REQUIREDEgg mothers who "spoil" their children by

;:': '. comrades that in days to come they over-Indulgence. But that is not un
: ,', A school to make wives selfish End Blackheads
f;,: would rejoice to recall their trials Production Is Increasedby selfishness. In fact it is something
That is the demand of Mary Pick-
:, :, and tribulations. One can readily closer to selfishness, for it Is takingthe

'';,,.,' enough understand this. It is only Animal Protein.It ford. easier way at the expense of the And Sallow Skin
"Women," she says, "ought to be
,.".'. the treasons that it is unpleasant to loved one.Perhaps.
recall. There can be nothing painfulin Is an established fact that maxi taught how to be reasonably selfish ; by the too "kind" and
there ought to be u. school where they Weeks
the recollection of difficulties mas mum egg production is not possible on "unselfish" wife our :Mary means a Quicker

., tered. An old philosopher was con- a ration of grain and grain byproducts could learn."Kindness. stupid wife, or a wife without a sense
Is sometimes the most It is so easy now to clear black-
vinced that the gods rejoiced to seea without the addition of a high pro- of proportion. She may have thought away
heads,freckles,coarseness to have smooth
and weakening influence. ; ,
devastating
tein concentrate, such as meat scrap, of woman who Cid'not
good man in difficulties for that a know enoughto white flawless
? new beauty. Just begin tonight
I' involved a conflict In which it is pos- high grade tankage, or milk, states A. And wives especially make this mis- "treat herself right" or one who's F r with famous Nadi-

./ sible for a strong character to tri- J. Chadwell. University of Tennessee take. It Is the unselfish'ones who conception of love was the blind and nola Bleaching Cream,

:'s '," umph. What is pleasant to remember extension poultryman. ruin themselves and everyone depending unthinking adoration of a primitive tested and trusted for over

{;> -, J Is loyalty to truth and right. Browning Numerous tests have been made by upon them." slave for a mystic idol'. c a generation. The minute
; state experiment stations to determinethe One :New Year's resolution she you smooth it on, Nad-
1'-\; makes this very clear in one off 'If a school Is necessary to correct inola begins to clear
cent of protein concentrate to made, says our own Mary, and that ,
'.:r:+.:'. his poems. The thing that stings is per such ,faults! in women and wives, then '' >x whiten and smooth your
amount to treat herself as well as she
In the hen's ration. The was
f',,:: the recollection of failure and cow use let us have one by all means. But skin. Tan and freckles,
of meat used In these experIments treats the persons she likes best.
: .
.(. i ardice, falseness and pettiness. scrap let us not confuse them with lack of muddy, sallow color vanish
; ." has varied all the way from 5 That is not a bad resolution. Every quickly. You see day-
; counsel "to thine own
i)} ?'Shakespeare's selfishness, and let us not condone or
:( :'" .:: be per cent to as high as 25 per cent of wife and mother should show herselfthe by-day improvement until
; self be true" cannot improved on. to
i ; approve or suggest anyone that roe
consideration she shows those : ,k1 your skin is all long
the mash mixture. In the majority of ; you
'
*, ; A man's future, the point from selfishness might be anything but ; '' for
; creamy-white, satin-
these tests a mash mixture containing she cares for-consideration for her.
:.;...-.,: which he looks back on his journey what it is-something ugly and destructive smooth, lovely. Get a large box of
: 20 cent of meat or high health consideration for her disposition -
per scrap ,
what i
through life, is determined by and unsatisfying. NADINOLA, only 50c. No disappoint
,: If he grade tankage gave the most profit- ,consideration for her looks. Her,I ments long waiting for results.
: he does and thinks every day. Bell Syndicate.-WNU ServIC'e.Your ;no Money-
', would have happy recollections, he able egg yields. husband and children will benefit by back guarantee.

Milk Is regarded as one of the best all of that.
, can have them, but only by filling local dealer carries Ferry's
\ sources of animal protein for chickensof But this writer takes issue with '
:. his life with things which he would Pure Bred Vegetable Seeds. Now
DO YOU SUFFER
PAIN
" \f<'r:" rejoice and be proud' to remember. all ages.; Satisfactory egg yields our own Mary. No {woman, and no 5 cents Adv ?

j. :>:. Memory may be one of life's blessings have been secured on a ration of grain human being on earth should be only a package. of Mrs 2703 C.Norwich L. Copeland
St.
or one of its greatest curses. and skim milk. When milk Is fed as taught or learn how to be selfish. No ,. Brunswick, Ga., said:

; .. 'I of the only source of protein It Is neces- wife ever made a mistake in not be- Golf in the Rough s,. "My nerves were bad, I
. : To return to the gloomy phase also suffered with
pains
W the subject, Lady Macbeth suffered sary to feed four or five gallons per ing selfish, nor can she do any goodto They were chatting in the club- p in my sides, my appetite

"rooted day to each 100 hens. anyone else or to herself by being house, after a strenuous 18 hole's."This was poor and I
of
from and because things lost weight and strength
.,:,u: In the memory," which is a very solemn Experiments conducted at the Ken selfish. Selfishness Is a poison that matter of beautifying the After taking Dr. Pierce's
tucky experiment station showed thata one's soul and leaves forever is lot of rubbish said Favorite Prescription I
'_'1;) !" thought If evil is rooted in the warps one course a one. completely regained my

,',:": memory it is very difficult to get gallon of milk was equal to.a poundof unsatisfied. It Is like a hole "The question of scenery should not health." Sold by druggists e\ervwhere.

,1: '.; rid Indianapolis News. meat scrap for egg production. that keeps growing bigger as. you try enter Into golf." for Write free Dr.medical Pierce's advice.Clinic Buffalo, N. Y.. '

They also ;found that there was no advantage to fill H; up.Nobody "Certainly not," agreed the other. New size, tablets 50 cts., liquid $1.00. Largo

.:'. ;. r Book Care In feeding a mash that did who has lived a while In "The big question is how to keep size, tabs or liquid, $1.35. "We Do Our Part.
:
.... not contain a high protein feed suchas this world and made observations golf from entering into the scenery."
:. : If water is spilled on the leaf of a
''' meat scrap or tankage.The .
.'.. book, put the leaf between two blotters PARKER'S
'- following laying ration Is I recommended -
:'(:.. .. and iron first. on one side, then HAIR BALSAM

{'f"':'. on the other. The leaf will not then Mash-Mixed: feed (bran and shorts), I s is'f3emoveaDandruRStopsalrFalling Imparts Color and

' I"' crinkle. Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair
36 pounds; cornmeal, 3S pounds ; meat 1! keep fit 60c and}1.00 at Dre gists.
l HteoxChem. Wkg .Patehogoe.N Y,
meal, 20 pounds ; fine oyster: shell, 3
FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in
pounds ; charcoal, 2 pounds; salt, 1 connec on withParker'&Ba.I.sam.Makes the
: \.S hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or at drug-
,::. Severe Itching Eruptions pound. cc...in these days of recovery .if I don't, some- x < gists.Hiacox Chemical Works.Patchogue,N.Y.

Grain-Corn, Co pounds ; wheat 34 one else will have my job. How? "Well, I learned

s ': : I on Baby's Face and Scalp pounds. years ago that work. .wear and tear... takes some-

thing out of men and women-particularly those who '
": NON FADING WALL PAPER
work indoors. '
" Only Hens That Do Not '
, Cuficura Healed"When "I tore down those precious red-blood-cells faster '> LOVELY NEW PATTERNS LOW PRICES.

Go Broody, for Breeders than my good body could,rebuild. A friend,told me '- ': FREE Sample Book showing the season's best
baby was between two and the story of .that grand medicine S.S.S. Now at 4 '' and most beautiful designs-75 choice papers.
In flocks of farm poultry of breeds
, ,; three months old an eruption appeared such Rhode Island Reds P. M. I am fit to still 'carry on'." Write Today For Your FREE Copy
as Plymouth
;' ;'. on her face and scalp in If you feel weak. .lack a keen appetite.. .or if MIDLAND WALL PAPER CO.
Inflated Hocks, and Wyandottes, in which some your skin is pale..try S.S.S. Unless your case is !' 1109-1111 Third St.. 1RONTON OHIO
small, red pimples which became
hens go broody and others do not, It
i exceptional, should notice pick in
you son a up your 4 ;
with fluid and later formed a
. w; : pays to cull the broody hens"and to appetite. your color and skin should improve with .s

(I:,::..{.;:;:"" : crust giving the skin a very disfiguring use in the breeding flock only the hens increased strength and energy. "L4 MAKS-noSE COTTON SEED. Grow 4 balesto

:;::t"'';.,k' appearance.. Due to the severe that do not go broody.In SSS. is not just a so-called tonic but a tonic spe- tho acre; grow 10 locks to the boll. ,

/,,:<'l'., I itching baby would scratch, causing studies of poultry breeding at the cially designed to stimulate gastric secretions, and ';<;> cotton.Early. long Send staple Jl for bug 200 resisting seeds postpaid.wonder:

r':. .'""' bleeding. Not until she was fiveS United States animal husbandry experiment also having the mineral elements so very, very neces- Write for quantity price.

i,., .: months old did hair grow on top of farm, at Beltsville, Md., De- sary in rebuilding the oxygen-carrying hemo-glo-bin Medicine Park AB. -PARSONS- lawton OkI .

her head. partment of Agriculture Investigatorsfound of the blood to enable you to "carry on" without

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PAGE EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, :MARCH 30, 1934.MRS. .


PATTERSON HOSTESSTO lees:: driving and In Judge Rider's Jack Fall, of Bristol, Tennessee, Flchter and to the director, George NEGRO KILLED AS 1
GARDEN CLUB GROUP court Monday was sentenced to paya landed at Captain Henry's ranch I L. Wood. CLIMAX LONG QUARRELMoore
$5 fine and costs. Sunday afternoon with all their servants and para-

The Clewiston Garden Club met one of LaBelle's lady driver's phanelia and setting up their camp, WOODS FIRE THREATENS HOME ( Haven Democrat)
yesterday afternoon at the home of whose name is withheld, was arrested proceeded to hunt !in country that Willie White, well known local
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. Mrs. W. C. on the same charge but was allowed few white men had ever seen. The negro was shot and almost instantly
Owen presided.The to go under a suspended sen- troubles of the long trip by boat Sunday afternoon a passing mo- killed Saturday afternoon near the
program featured a talk by tence after a warning from the Sheriff down the Gulf Coast from Tampa torist told Jack Lewis that a woods quarters by Willie Sparks, another
'Mrs. F. M. Wright on the fundamentals and from the Judge. and up the rirer were soon forgotten fire was raging a few miles west of local negro. The shooting is said __1'I
Mrs. Wright in the abundance of game found in LaBelle and that a woman had call-
landscaping.
of During the past month the sheriff to have resulted from trouble which ) \
archi- this and unspoiled hunting ed to him to send the fire depart--
received training in landscape has handled seven cases of improper new ; the two negroes had been having
tecture several years ago, and her license tags the most of which were ground. rnent to save her home. over a considerable length of time. i
talk was most Instructive and inter- in violation of the law.requiring all The 'next year saw a third man The fire boys hurriedly turned in Sparks had chased White from the r
esting to the garden club. persons working in the state to have added to the party and within a few an alarm and drove out towards quarters to a point 'on the A.. C. L. :
The president appointed Mrs. F. Florida tags.REGISTRATION. years a group of eight men, knownas Stalling's Station but it was discov- tracks near the section tool shed
D. Duff and Mrs. G. C. Poole as a the Tennessee Hunting Crowd, ered that the back burning whichwas where he shot him, the first shot
nominating committee to report to FOOKS| had established a regular camp a done some time ago would be i striking a glancing blow across the
the club at its next meeting, at RETURN FROM PRECINCTS short distance west of what is now adequate to protect the Messer home chest and the second taking effectin
which election of officers for the en- Goodno Station. That camp was no and since this is the only house in the brain. Sheriff J. J. Wigginswas

suing year will take place. John L.. Hall, Supervisor of Regis- mean clearing where men rolled j' that section the department returned summoned immediately and
Present at the meeting were Mrs. :. tration, announces that the registra- themselves in blankets on the to town. The entire woods I overtook Sparks a short distance
Owen, Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. A. L. tion books which have In the var- ground for a few hours of fitful from the Palm Beach Highway to from the quarters trying to make his
Rackstraw, Mrs. J. R. Royal, Mrs. F. ious precincts for the month of sleep. Each man'brought his house- the Felda road were' burned in this getaway. He was arrested and

M. Wright, Mrs. Spicer and Mrs. March, will be returned to his officein hold with him, his servants, his blaze. placed in the county jail to await the
Patterson. the courthouse Monday where horses and his dogs. Shacks' and action of the grand jury at the next

RECENT BRIDE IS HONORED they will remain open for the monthof tents were erected and the colonywas HAS NEW SHOE REPAIR, SHOPJ. term of circuit court.
April. established for the winter. From White had been employed for
WITH MISCELLANEOUS SHOWERMrs.
Mr. Hall Camp John H., named in honor of several days prior to the shooting
also states that those
B. is the shoe
Tipton new re-
Judge Caldwell's son the men and
,
running the mowing machine In the
Glen E. Etherton who persons wishing to change their
was pair man in the Forrey building.
their guides went out for hunting
City Park. Sparks also
Miss Bush before her recent party affiliation have until April 5 Strips was em-
Mary Mr. Tipton has purchased the bus-
in what is now the city of La-
: ployed about town and had been
to do In order a
so. to be
honored with mis- registeredas
marriage was a
iness opened here some time ago by
Belle. The territory bounded on
participant in number of boxing
cellaneous shower by Miss Jane a member of a: different party it a
and
the east by the impassable marshes A. S. Davison will occupy the local
matches in the
Sands at her home yesterday after- is necessary for the voter to go to and muck swamps around Lake O- same Arcade room as that in which arena.

noon. the office of the Superintendent of keechobee, and "on the south by I the Davison Shoe Hospital was lo-
Following an afternoon of bingo Registration where a blank form the unknown Everglades. Fish cated. Mr. Tipton has been a cobbler Comptroller Rules
and other parlor games, prizes were will be furnished him. Eating Creek at that time was a for 15 years.

awarded. W. Lawrence to Miss Evelyn, Miss Hare Roberta, Mrs.A. PAVING OF 164 IS ASSURED real river, navigable for twenty May 19 As Last Day
DELEGATION BRIDGE miles from its mouth at Lake Okee- MRS. GRAVELY IS HOSTESS
George and Mrs.: Etherton.A : : ST.
TO chobee and the spdrtmen often rode To
miniature wedding scene with TIlE INCLUDED IN PROJECT Pay Poll Tax
to
over there on horseback cast a
.
adorable bride Miss Etta Armentrout, of Rapidan -
an and groom was arranged -
line in the fish-filled waters.
on a chest which containedthe At the State Road Board meetingin : Va., who has been visiting Mrs
Ocala 90 Pounds of Panther Tallahassee, March 30, (FNS) .-
gifts for the honoree. Silver Monday a delegation from L. 0. Gravely was the guest of hon-
wedding slippers filled with rice LaBelle and Hendry county presented Judge Caldwell tells a story of the or at a luncheon at the Gravely Attorney General Cary D. Landis has
were given to the guests as favors. the need for good roads in days when his family had come to home Tuesday. Other guests were advised in a legal opinion that May
The hostess was assisted in enter- this section and were assured that live in LaBelle. The Judge with his Mrs. H. P. Calhoun, Mrs. A. L. Taylor 19 is the deadline for payment of
taining by her mother, Mrs. R. M. the State would do what it could to guide, Dick Curry, were riding and Mrs. Anna Pettee. poll taxes to qualify voters for the
Sands and by Mrs. Richard Knight, complete the paving of Road 164 in through the woods when the. latter June primary elections.

who presided at the coffee table. Hendry county including 7000 feet remarked that he had found panther GIVES LUNCHEONs "Saturday,' May 19, is the third
Delicious; refreshments( of salad from the bridge to the city- limitsof tracks. "Don't lose them", ad- Saturday preceding the day of the
with colored sandwiches, cakes LaBelle. vised the Judge. Mr. Curry dis first primary election, and is, therefore -
and mints were served with coffeeto I Nine men, Senator Gomez, Attorn mounted and followed the Miss Edna Dreyer was hostess t o the last day on which poll
Misses Mary Louise Oglesby, Eve ey Louis O. Gravely, County Commissioners a short distance to a spot where the a party of friends at a luncheo taxes can be paid in order to vote
lyn Hare, Louise Waldron, Mrs F. L. Dunaway, AltoHires ground was torn up as though by a Thursday. Guests were Mrs. H. A. in June primaries," Landis said in
Harvey Guthrie, Mrs. A. W. Law- Ray Hull and B. F. Magill and fight. By the signs it was evident Bestor and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, his opinion.

rence, Misses Thelma Guthrie, Mary City Commissioner H. A. Rider, that a large hog had come that way both of Clewiston, and Miss Margaret Speaking of poll tax exemption,
Moore, Nora Maguire, Betty Spicer, and R. N. Miller and W. A. Jones and that the panther had charged Caldwell of LaBelle. he said: "A war veteran who has
Lela Muriel Wynn, Roberta George, ]let LaBelle Sunday morning for and killed him. The odd part was I lost a limb, or any person who has

Mrs. Gratton George, Miss May Lily Ocala. Monday: morning the group that while there were plenty of hog Berton Poor left Friday morn 1 reached the age of 55 w vearn.-----, is-_ rm___
,Stone, Mrs. Van Cothern, and the met with Gall, who is in charge of tracks leading up to the scene of the I ing for his home in Jonesville, Mich titled to the exemption from pay-
State Road work in this section and fight there were none leading ment of
honoree, Mrs. Etherton. away igan. Mrs. Poor' and daughter, Jo- poll tax, regardless of
were assured of his interest in the and neither_ was there: any sign of sephine, will remain at Denaud un- whether or not he was Injured in
MARDI GRAS AND SUNDANCE needs of this locality. the carcass. Mr. Curry explained til the close of the school term as the war. If a war veteran was actu-
NEXT WEEK: At the meeting of the Board Sen that easily. "He was ridiu'." Fold Miss Poor is teaching in the LaBelle ally disabled in the war while in the
ator Gomez, Attorney Gravely an lowing the deeper tracks of the school. army or navy service, he is entitledto
(Continued from page 1) Acting Mayor Rider presented their panther for a half mile the two men exemption from payment of poll
respective angles of the need for found a pile of palm fans Sheriff J. J. Wiggins, of Glades I tax."
the last night of the festivities. and sticks Persons exempt, must, however -,
Mummers-featuring huge, grotes the work. According to Mr. Rider which had obviously been used to county, was in LaBelle Wednesday.Mrs. I file affidavit or other evidenceof
que paper mache held aloft on 'sticks, the Board, while not definitely de cover something and pulling aside H. H. McCall returned Wed- their claim or exemption in the
and long, fantastic robes costumingthe ciding anything at that time,- seemedin the brush they discovered the half nesday from Live Oak where she has office of the supervisor of registra
paraders-will dance in the favor of doing the work in this eaten body ,of the wild hog. At first been visiting, her parents I for the tion.

weird night lights. section. That this was not merelyan the feat seemed impossible to the past three weeks. With reference to changes in
attitude was shown gentleman from and Mrs. H. A. Rider and par- &
The famous Seminole India dances that after Tennessee' since it Judge ty affiliation the attorney '
will _,be an unusual attraction not noon, when the meeting broke up in i ; was plain that the panther was not r daughter, Carrie Eunice, visited said: "The law provides for general changeof 'I
seen for several years. a row over the paving of Connor'sHighway oversized and the hog was estimated friends in Fort Myers Wednesday I party affiliation at time after
Visitors from says Mr., Rider. at 160 pounds. No other explanation afternoon. any
virtually every I the general primary, next following
town in South Florida are expectedto The purpose of the meeting was than that offered by Mr. Cur Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Edwards were I his registration, by making applica-

attend the West Palm Beach Sun to hear the opinions of representative ry could be offered however' sincein Tuesday evening guests of Mr. and tion in writing, duly signed by the
Dance and Mardi Gras, April 3rd groups from the various sec the half mile of panther trail Mrs. Charles P. Staley, in Fort
applicant, to the supervisor of regis..
4th and tions concerning the tentative bud there was no sign of the hog haying Myers. tration
at least
60 days before the
get which was drawn up at the last touched the ground. Mrs. S. L. Stewart and sons, David
5th.LaBelle meeting. In the budget enough Following the advice of his guide, and Allan Bole and Winston Rider such date change.of any" general primary, for

funds were tentatively set aside to Mr. Caldwell returned to camp with attended Connie Mack Day in Fort
pave that part of 164 which lies in the plan of returning in the morning Myers Tuesday.
Hendry county. % One mile of this when the tracks of the panther after Mr. and Mrs. Berton Poor and Tallahassee, March 30, (FNS-
News Items paving and nine miles of hard sur a night of gorging should be fresh daughter, Josephine, were Thursday Incomplete tabulations of the results -

a .facing were completed last week. enough for dogs to follow. :Morning ; dinnner guests of Mr. and Mrs. of the drive to raise funds for
brought word of the illness of Victor Hawkins, at Crescent Beach. I Florida's crippled children, show
f HAS WEINER ROAST Orton.i Boy Injured in Street Mrs. Caldwell in LaBelle and the Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hooks and lhat $27,900 was raised throughoutthe

:, Accident Hero Saturday Night Judge had to return there but the daughter, Betty, and Joe Rutland I state by the numerous organiza-
j.: Miss Jerusha Ridgdill entertained rest of the party, including Sam Car- visited friends in Clewiston Monday tions and agencies cooperating in
,- ; a large group of her friends from Stepping in front of a moving car son and Winton Curry went out after night. I the observance of Crippled Child-

LaBelle and Alva at a weiner roast resulted in a broken foot and a the panther and brought him in. Miss Helen Hayes, of Alva, was a ren's day.When .
:' and treasure hunt at her home Sun- badly cut mouth for Benny Curry, The full realization of the wild week-end guest of Miss Ethel Cook. I advised of the report, Gov-
". day night. In' the latter Edward"Spud" young son of Tom Curry, of Ortona, strength of cats was brought to the Mrs. Sam Carson,. Mrs. W. P. Ar- ernor Sholtz, who served as honor-
Cook won the prize but Saturday night. mind of the hunters when it was t ledge, R. N. Miller and Misses Lulu ary chairman of the committee spon-
,:. honors were about even in the other I Carl E. Royer, driver of the car, found that the panther weighed less and Billie Jones attended the Primitive soring the state-wide Crippled Chid-
1 contest. stated that he was going down than 90 pounds while the load which Baptist services in Felda Sun- ren's Foundation Day observance,
Bridge Street at a moderate rate of he had carried a half mile on his day which .were conducted by Rev. said that he hoped final reports .
'f BUSINESS IS LIVELY IN speed when the boy darted suddenly back was 160 pounds of dead weight. Pepper, of Wauchula. I would show $40,00Teachers.
? COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT in front of his car. In spite of the I '._
,l t'' fact that the car, a V-8 Ford, was SENIORS PRESENT ANNUAL
:: A drunken driver, an improper, license stopped immediately the boy was PLAY \ I.
. tag and two cases of reckjess- struck by the bumper and thrownto
'
'l ness have made business for Sheriff the pavement. Witnesses agreed "Happy Valley" a character dra-
H. L. Delaney during the past week. that Mr. Royer had not been driving ma in four acts was presented bv
Sunday afternoon a car lurched at an excessive speed. the class of '34 to a capacity house
through LaBelle, headed west on U. Seizing the injured and wildly Friday night.
S. 25. As it passed the Courthouse sobbing boy in his arms, Mr. Curryran Carrie Eunice Rider and Reason
i You can earn several hundred dollars this
the sheriff set out in pursuit, .overtaking towards the office of Dr. C. E. Hampton. the leading roles were i
; the speeder after ,a chase of Weaver. Upon learning that both well supported by Harry Anderson summer, and you can secure a better position and '.
i several miles. Doctors Weaver and Seybold were in the villian's part, by Leo Thomas :
Of the two men in the car one was out of town, :\11'\ Curry and his and Dorothy Hill as the secondary a larger salary for the coming year. Complete information \
badly scared and : friends '!ove element and will be mailed of three
the other was rushed the boy to Fort My by Ernest IL1.II'and on receipt a
,. drunk. Robert Frady, of Sarasota, ers where it vas discovered that his Nancy Stewart in the comedy roles. .
cent Send for it
stamp. today.
who was driving the car, was right foot had been badly broken Margaret Jones presented an unfor- _
brought back to LaBelle and at a and that his mouth had been cut by getable character as allude the Rural Schools and City Schools

trial before Judge H. A. Rider Mon- striking the pavement. At the last farm woman. Summer Work and School Year Positions
: day was convicted of "driving while report Benny was still in the hot The directing of the play was in
under the influence of intoxicating pital. the able hands of George Wood, who ".
liquors" and was sentenced to pay in the past has shown considerabletalent >.;,-.. ContiraervtaJTeacher's

,' $114 in fine and costs and to serve Visit of Former Guest Recalls I ,along this line. Jack Lewis ,
! 30 days in jail. was largely :'t Agency Inc.
Early Memories to Judge "nlduell responsible for the ap- .. ,
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'. hailed J. C. Jackman, of LaBelle, was '- propriate settings in the two scenes, Li" ,; 1850; Downing;: St., Denver, Colo.
into Court on a charge of,driv Tales of the days when Florida's one ,a gangster's apartment in New i States
Unite
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license on a private hinterland was than darkest other the lawn of a ,
car and, was told to get a newt Africa were recalled by one of farm ]home in Michigan. I *,X,"-.:.j"Thanks for sending me so many good positions to apply for,
tag Mr. Jackman had purchased this section's earliest visitors when Between the acts 'the audience was over 30 during the first five days I was enrolled.:"-.An. Illinois
a car from one of the Government H. H. Shelton, of Washington, D. C., entertained by piano selections by teacher.'. .: '
Engineers and had failed to p:*r- dropped in for a visit with his old I Mrs. Herbert F. Lawson, violin selections : r
chase a Florida tag as required. friend and former most, Judge John by Harold :Moreland, of Fort :.\. SCHOOL: OFFICIALS--We can put you in touch with the r ,\
Saturday night John Provatt, of It, Caldwell. ',. Myers, and by the presentation of very: finest teachers.:;, Our service Is free to you. ''''

Fort. Myers. was arrested! for reck In 1891, John H. Caldwell and gifts to the sponsor, Mrs, Olive ". .,' ., ", ,
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