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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 13, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FKIDAY, AI'Hn.13, 1934. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 'YEAR
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JwA'KIWANIANS HOST SCOUT ONE DANCE OF BEST AT INN THIS IS SEASON LOCAL SCOUTS IN SCHOOL TRUSTEES TO BE ELECTED ORDER RESTRAINING

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The dance given Wednesday FORT Another election looms In the off- BOARD FROM USING
AT
EVENTS
ing-that of scchool trustees. The
; TO CIVIC CLUBS evening at the Clewiston Inn, under Hendry county school board begins

I the auspices of Clewiston Boy notice in this issue of the News on
Scouts for the benefit of Royal Palm MYERSJAMBOREE RACE TRACK FUNDSThe
AT FAIR THURS. I I I the election to be held in Special
Council was one of the most enjoyable Ii
Tax School District Number 7 (the
:: dances of the season. 'i i
same being Clewiston) on Tuesday track funds of Hendry
,"/' There was a large crowd of danc- Twelve members of the local ] race
':: E. E. Kelley, president of the ers from Clewiston and other com their I May 8th. county are tied up under a temporary -
accompanied by
Scout troop, The of the election is to
headed purpose
Kiwanis Club, a
Clewiston munities. The musicians, Dough- and as- injunction which was granted
Arthur King
scoutmaster,
elect three trustees for the districtto
members and
of nine afternoon Circuit
delegation Wednesday by
erty's orchestra, from West Palm Miller, journeyed to
sistantRoger
visitors of the local group to srve for a two year tern The 'W'Vhitehurst in
three Judge George
.
Beach provided what dancers de-
Saturday and took partin i
Fort Myers
Belle Glade yesterday to the Civic present trustees are J.V.. EzGlle, I Fort Myers, on bill of complaint of
clared to be the best music heard of the
the annual Jamboree Royal -
Club luncheon, which was given by ,' here ,this year. Roy Green and W. C. Owen. the Hendry county board of public
the Belle Palm Council. The election will also give oppoPtunity .
the pahokee Rotary, Funds from the dance were turn- instruction.The .
Clewiston Ki- The local boys placed in several to the taxpayers to set the
Glade Civitan and the ed over to the Royal Palm Council, injunction i:; returnable May
all civic clubs in events of the celebration and en- millage which the school board will
wanis Clubs to with headquarters in Fort Myers, 7th, at which time the hearing will
feature of Civic tered a "chariot", designed and request for the operation o f the
South Florida as a of which the local troop is a mem- be held and the judge will make
Club day at the All Everglades Fair. ber. built by themselves in the chariot district for the coming two year ,per final disposition of the case.

The luncheon was served cafe- race which is an annual feature of iod. I The bill of complaint filed by the

teria style, which greatly facilitatedthe the Jamboree. Each troop entersa Only properly qualified taxpayers school board reviews the contro-

handling of the approximately Local ReemploymentDistrict chariot, a prize is given to the will vote in the election. The versy between the county commis-

' 400 guests, representing fifteen best-looking] chariot and one to the place of voting will be announced sioners and t' e. school board on the

clubs in as many different towns. Office To chariot winning the race. Bob Pat- later. amount flue the school fund from

:r ?< The menu was made up of Ever- terson drove the Clewiston chariot, the rac track funds. The school

'" ,. glades products and a splendid variety Include Moore HavenThe a two-wheeled model, designed after board declares that $18,593.28 is

of delicious foods was offered. I the correct fashion of old Roman Engineers WinBaseball ,II due them under the provisions of

; Clewiston] Kiwanians who attended chariots but with the addition of the special law which provides that
district of the National ReEmployment modern springs and rubber tires. Game
i } were E. E. Kelley, A. W. Law- the county commissioners pay into

\,, rence, A. W. Sias, Dave Alston, Fa- ] service in Clewistonwill The chariot was manned by six the general school fund of the coun-
I
" '. ther Finnegan, J. E. Beardsley, be enlarged with the additioinof members of the Clewiston] troop who Here SundayMoore ty an amount sufficient to bring the

';',':' Dr. J. W. Ezelle, Dr. 0. F. Schlffli the Moore Haven records and I provided the horse-power. The aggregate revenue of the school

It, :''-' and Keathley Bowden. Guests of work within a few days. Major G. chariot finished fourth in the race, ( Haven Democrat) funds up to $50 per pupil for the

.4 '':.'' the local club, who attended were A. Duncan, state supervisor, was in despite the setback of an encounter current year.

C. W. McDonald and N .E. Risk and Moore Haven this week and arranged with the pole at tho turn in the The loss of nearly every base ball So far $7,700 has been receivedby

E. N. Jackson. for the transfer of the records the course which 'overturned the game is blamed on bad breaks but the county from tho race track

The All Everglades Fair, with the and work to the local office. chariot and 'caused two other char- the Moore Haven team really got. funds and $5,000 of this amountwas

support of a 'very bountiful agricultural ]- The move will be made Monday.Of iots to pile on top of it. The race some bad ones Sunday to lose to, the deposited to the credit of the

the original 86 offices in the by the Punta Gorda entry. Engineers by a score of 6-3. The
season in the section, is considered was won general school fund by the county
t. the most successful and state, only 24 remain, the other 62 Vincent Oglesby's first aid team game was played on the Clewiston commissioners.The .

;" comprehensive yet undertaken. having been consolidated in an won third place, and Bob Patter- diamond. resolution of the board of

:::- Each community from South Bay economy move. son's won fourth place in the first Hooks on the mound for the En- public instruction, which is Incor-.

, to Canal Point entered a commun- The Clewiston office will doubt- aid contests. Vincent Oglesby placed gineers quickly retired the Moore porated in the bill of complaint is;

h Sty exhibit which features agricul- less be retained as long as any in fourth in the contest to build fire Haven boys in the first inning and. as follows:

:;: tural products, more than fifty the state, due to the unusual activ- with flint and steel and boil a bucket it looked for a little bit as though WHEREAS, under the provisions?:
ity of construction in this section. Rogers, pitching for Moore Haven
\ varieties of vegetables being includ- of water on it. Clewiston's tower of Chapter 16118, Laws of Florida,
First Clewiston is located in the centerof would have as good luck againstthe
various
:- ed in the displays. ,building team made first place Acts of 1933, the board of public
A' prize was won by the Belle Glade the levee work, with the head and, placed second in the sack relay Engineers. But with the first Instruction for the county of Hen-

: exhibit, second by South Bay and quarters of the Engineers and of race. two men down Beery smacked one dry, State of Florida,' is entitled to
third by the Canal Point-Pahokee practically all the contractors being into center-field and Hamilton let
The Scouts attending were Bob demand the board of county cenimissioners
exhibits.In located here. it drop to the ground. Williamson !
Patterson, James Harrington, James of Hendry county, Flor-
addition to the community Mrs. Eddie Waller, present man- singled and Hawkins and Smith
Winn, Vincent Oglesby, Jack and ida, is required to pay Into the general -
exhibits are displays of the U. S'I ager of the Moore Haven office will doubled to score three runs. Smith
I Joe Wynn, Tommy and James Aik- school fund of Hendry County.
Sugar Corporation, which features be transferred to assist in this of scored on Pape's single and Pape
/ I en, James Lang, Owen Winn and Ed Florida, a portion of the moneys received -
}> '" the splendid diorama of the sugar. fice. I was forced out ,at second by Mc-
Von Mach. __ by the board of county commissioners -
: '' industry which! was displayed at. the I Cracken for the third out, the En- of Hendry county, Florida '

.:: Clewiston Inn recently, the booth of I GOLF PRO LEAVES FOR TAMPA gineer's thus taking the lead in the under the provisions of and
."' the U. S. Engineer office contains TWO GUEST SPEAKERS: first inning by a score of 4-0.
, .; ,.. I resulting from Chapter 11832 of the
. a miniature of the hurricane gate I I Lloyd Sparrow, after eighteen ENTERTAIN KIWANIS No further scoring was done by General Acts and Resolutions adopted -

structure, maps, plans and a series months as professional at the Clew either side until the eighth inning. by the Legislature of Florida, in

i m of pictures of the levee construction. I iston golf course left Thursday for Major G. A. Duncan, of Tampa, Hooks was relieved by Wilson in the 1931, commonly called the race

[t Home Demonstration clubs,. the Tampa, to become professional at representing the National Re-em- fifth after giving up only two hits-. track money, which the board of

schools, both white and colored, the I the Tampa Airport Country Club. ployment Service, with headquarters singles by Shelfer and Rogers. Wilson public instruction for the county of
Red Cross, other organization, an Mrs. Sparrow and little daughter, pitched two good innings but
Hendry
at Jacksonville, delivered a State of Florida is entitledto
automobile' display by several deal-i Anne, left several days earlier and weakened in the eighth to let the demand and the board
of county
at the Kiwanis Club
short talk
" ers, and a number of interesting visited the former's parents until Moore Haven lads come within an commissioners of

Vjl, f' commercial exhibits of products particularly joined by Mr. Sparrow. meeting Wednesday evening at the Inch of tying the score. Dowd Florida, are required Hendry to pay county as a-

useful in the Everglades Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Byrd have Watanabe Hotel. Major Duncan started it off with a single into foreoald being particularly determ-

section also give variety and interestto moved to the club house and will be complimented this area on the short right. Campbell followed witha ined by the provisions of said Chap.

. .5 5 5 5 the exhibition halls. The exper- in charge there at present. I splendid cooperation given to his double into right scoring Dowd. ter 16118,

/ f iment station at Belle Glade has \an department.The Shelfer was safe at first on an error,
,i'':SA<>' extensive exhibit featuring drainage INJURED IN WRECK NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED "
main speaker of the eveningwas advanced on Mathis' single but was
'
that the board of
}}) -'. and fire control methods and a livestock forced out at third by Rogers. Far- public
and Mr. J. J. Harrington, general instruction for the county of Hen-
:: 1 .;*. ,exhibit of Devon cattle. Hilton Jones Inez Peahen : nell was safe at first on the right- .
f : of United States
the Sugar dry state of Florida
manager ,
this
,
. '
on day -
; :.-. ':;,: The fair will close Saturday were both seriously injured when : fielder's error, Rogers stopping at
I ,, .. Corporation. Mr. Harrington's top in regular. session, assembled and { :
'k '
night. they drove their car into a cane third. A wild pitch by Wilson :
/ train of the United States Sugar ic was a "Trip to Europe" and he I gave Rogers his opportunity to prior to the first day of May 1934, t:

.: .. ". ;500 STUDENTS< SIGN PAPEK'S I corporation at Pelican Bay near furnished amusement by interspers- score but Wilson rushed to the plateto hereby determine that the amountof 1,

>'t-' PETITION FOR DECAPITATION I midnight Friday night. The car, a I ing his talk with amusing incidents I tag him out in a very close de- $15,593.28 is necessary to supple]
: : ment the general school fund of
'
Ford coupe, struck the 46th car of and novel experiences. At the con- cision. '
:' Hendry county, Florida and the
., -- PHILADELPHIA.-Five hundred I the train, at the crossing near the clusion of Mr. Harrington's travel- in the
Hendry relieved Rogers ,
Hendry county Teachers
.. students of Temple university want 1 Florida Power and Light Company ogue he extended an invitation to and held Salary
sixth for Moore Haven Fund
to
'c so as make the aggregate
,;[" their heads chopped off. : office just west of ,Pahokee. ;
all the Kiwanians to attend the End
the Engineers hitless throughoutthe total of said funds for the current I
At least, they signed a petition to l The car was a total wreck, and .,
I of Crop Jubilee to be held Satur- remainder of the game. Two school year equal to $50 for each I
': that effect which was circulated by both occupants were taken to a
day evening at the sugar mill for runs were scored in this half of the pupil enrolled in the Hendry coun- '
the Temple University News. where
: West Palm Beach hospital, "
I the employees of the ,and eighth, however, as the shortstoplet ty schools for the current year,
I As a result, members of the uni- they are reported to be recovering company j
I a ground ,ball roll through to
veisity's administration, who have from their injuries. their friends. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
centerfield to score two men who
been annoyed by numerous peti- I that the .board of public instrution

tions throughout the year have dej -I had been issued passes. for the county of Hendry, state of t

,"f finite proof that most students sign Florida, by this resolution requests
petitions without reading them. GIHLS' TEAM: DEFEATED and demands the board of county

The Temple News document,II Castles In The Glades } 9fl BY SCOUTS 27 TO 1GPy commissioners of Hendry county, 1

which was based on a similar one Marjorie Wallace Florida, to pay into the general '"

circulated recently by the Universityof I ( | A. L. Hackett) school fund of Hendry county, Flor'j

I Akron Buchtelite, asked for an I With hits, runs, and errors mark- ida, the said sum of 18593.28 being ,;j

I .... extra holiday at Easter, in The typesetter; of the Clewiston] fill in the middle. Down streamare ing the play, the boy scouts trounced the amount of money so determ- q. i

tion of the birthday of the celebra-\\ News got things a bit mugged up in the Alice, the Congaree and the the girls team '27 to 16 on the ined to be necessary to supplement

sity's president. It I the last Kollum which reminds me Sarasota, digging out the channel, local diamond ball field Tuesday the general school fund of Hendry

"" the agreement that if the holiday I of an amusing typographical error so close together that you could yell night. I county, Florida, and the Hendry

:' was granted, each petitioner would I) occurring in my home town news- greetings from one to the other if' Chapman and Clark started as county Teachers Salary: Fund so as .;

"decapitate himself J with extreme I paper many years ago. A lady of you were one of these hog-calling batteries for the boy scouts, with to make the aggregate total of said ;

'f. .,, joy" doubtful reputation lost her hUS-] champions. i Oglesby replacing Clark behind the funds for the current school year

:;+; t.:, .. The fact that President Beury's l I I5 band, a "joiner" of many lodges, We visited all three of the plate. McCracken and Willis went to equal $50 ,for each pupil enrolledin :

':' ,. : birthday is in August, and not in and shortly after his grand official dredges, receiving the same cordial all the way for the girls. the Hendry county schools for I.
ij .->"', April the attention I following card of school 1
,' apparently escaped funeral the welcome and interested attention Line ups for the game: the current year.

: -' : ',':""..,, of the signers. Joseph H. thanks appeared in the proper from captains and inspectors and, Boy Scouts The bill of complaint requested '

'::' Shinn, editor of the Temple News, column: "Mrs. wishes to crew. The Sarasota is a small I the temporary Injunction, and also
2b.
.' prepared the first copy of the petition I present her shanks to all the lodge I dredge and works so fast that, she I Harrington, lb.; Wlnn, ;, requested that an accounting may

.;: as a joke, but when many members I brothers who so kindly helped her looks like a dog wagging its tail as I: Chapman, p.; Clark, c.; Oglesby be 'had and taken" and that at the .
i :3b.; Hare, ss.; Patterson, sf.; Wynn, !
of his own staff signed it with- in the death of her: husband." tho ladder swings back and forth. final hearing the mandatory order

out question, he decided to try it Tish and I broke out Esmareldaand She is steam powered and is burning I I Jack Bob If.; Von Mace. If.; Beardsley might be given requiring that the ,
cf. Joel rf.
the ; Wynn ,
on general student body. The went over to the St. Lucie job wood :brought in from the abundant Girls' sum demanded by the board of pub-

signatures were obtained in two on Monday. First to Stuart, wherewe supply in, the woods along the can-I I lic instruction be paid into the gen

days, and. included those of many picked up Sally Boyd, then back al, and she is beautifully kept. Cap-1' Ogle.sby. ,b.; WJJlis, c.; Sheffield, eral school fund.
';" t' of the most prominent students. 'I lb.; Schiller ss.; Wyant, 3b.; McI -
to the locks, where the by-pass is tain Richard and Inspector Jess
"f Cracken, Mathis, sf. "Ca110ut! ,
I ; ;
p.
:f; being lengthened to let the Gulf- Stringer are both auld lang syne owl inhabits a .
'.; .:/ Slogan for Florida Bean and ,Tomato I rf.; Guthrie, cf; Hare, Dot, If. The burrowing '
t '1 port, 24 inch suction dredge, thru. Acquaintances of ours, and mp.de .... burrow but will often share a shelter .
, ], t2 Week: You don't know beans .The U. S. E. D. Derrick barge number our visit a most pleasant one. ---o- dog or some '
{ prairie :
I dug by a .
'L,: unless you've eaten some tender, 1 is there, handling the steel Lunch on the Congaree and a Economical productlpn always rather than dig tti
-j ,.,:,;, dclicfoUIt preen beans produced\ in\sheet piling which lu being used to per?pnallr condueted tour of' her will be fundttmentnl in. pai'.llla1411t! other animal

r* FlfJridfl t.NF \bulia the extensions, with an Curt (Continued. 011 pugo 8)) ..*... ly uuecesaful, farming, twnlome! ,


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t THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1934,

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trnUo '8 recovery plans. The decision I

News Review of Current came to go after ahead nearly without nine NRA months affiliation of SOVIET WOMEN IN I I r HELD ,UP "

fruitless negotiations with the .NRA REVOLT AGAINST Artless-Why doesn't somebody
and AAA officials. I I write the Great American Novel. .',
the World Over UGLY -
CLOTHING
.. : Events Government officials were represented Knowall-It is complicated problem ,,

as considering a legal test If the I I -a question now whether It '

millers do not reopen negotiations.There' A foreign fashion magazine was should be ,in golf or hockey slang. '. '..., ,\ '
.
; talk that the millers '
was some
Louisville Courier-Journal.
a prize In Russia during the five
Revision of the Railway Labor Act Demanded by Eastman ; might be, put under a license. codeoffered years of sacrifice between 1028 and
',";
that the
The millers contend '
Seeds sold only in fresh
Ferry's are
3933, and still Is. Women like to ,
First Quarter of 1934' Snows, ,Business Improvement would have brought ruin to dress well, and men like women to dated packages. When you buy Fer-,

the industry and would have forcedup dress well, and Soviet women who ry's Seeds you are sure of the finest: ,
; Turkey Orders Extradition of Insull. prices of Hour beyond the ,ability' neglected this biological truism have quality available Adv. ::

:, __ ______ _____ of I consumers to pay.
discovered the fact to their hurt.

Bv EDWARD.'W. PICKAED leader- Even ,during the worst years of the Ouch! ', ,,
PRESIDENT'llOOSEVELT'S' set' shortage of goods, patent leather Madge-They say she is very clever -"'

IMMEDIATE comprehensive revision vanni Bosco, humble Turin priest. shoes and silk stockings: appeared In but I have never noticed it. "".
back when the senate, following similar I ','
I of the national railway labor act Easter also ended the holy ;year proclaimed action 'by the house, overrode hisYvln far-off villages, Louis Fischer wrote Marjorie-Of course not.. She says

to expedite and enforce the settlement -: by the pontiff In commemoration veto of the Independ- In a lIoscow'letter to the ,London all her clever things about ;you after ,

of disputes between the railroads of the nineteenth century of the I ent offices appropriation New Statesman and Nation; A good '3'ou've gone.

and their employeesand crucifixion. Eighty thousand people : I Russian dressmaker can set any price
bill carrying the
to ,safeguard the pressed Inside 'St. Peter's for the lfi her
w I. veterans' and, f foderal on services and she will get It.
'
J right of collective canonization ceremonies and the pon- provisions. The An article in Pravda praised a con- MercoljzedWax

bargaining, was rec- tifical mass afterwards, and nearly J
ommended by ,JosephB. 300,000 more were estimated to have ers'
G3 to''27 three club in a silk dress and elegant
Eastman, federal crowded into<; St. Peter's square. than, the, required or more two- shoes.' Clothing factories have been :;. !i lltt-Rt! '::,
co-ordinator of trans- Among the crowds were 100,000 on s
,
\w h thirds. In the house organizing popular fashion shows, :_ .f f ""
.
portation, in a letter pilgrimages from many different coun- and the dresses .. < ,
only underwear
.: the vote was overwhelming f21 '" .:X
to Representative SamRajburn tries. i 310 to 72, a suits, etc., selected by the public as \ : : ; ''I: ',4' .,://
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chairman of '
I I best, may be manufactured the : fA. : 'w. -
I margin of 55 morePresident : by \
the house, interstate from the strain of close -- -- factories and shops. The \ < I'r'7eeps : !
WEARY : than the necessary government ,
commerce committee., to the affairs of state, has ordered the textile industry \l.. ', .. .:
_. .s u two-thirds. :: .; : <<:;c&:' rA:' .N.1',. /
V illS outstanding President Roosevelt departed' for a Roosevelt to turn out thinner satins and } < 10.:.. H X'<. <<' \' "" ).:;1 ,
. J, .B. Eastman ;; rec-I The bill Is now a < '- """" i.J
ommendations
short vacation aboard Vincent Aster'syaclit. '
law, and its passage is of high significance finer silks. Even cotton goods Skin, Young
these: lie headed for the warm
must be of.a better ,grade. "Peas-
as It throws the budget esti-
The creation of national board Absorb blemishes and discolorations using
a new climes of southern waters to fish and
mate out of kilter and "adds greatlyto ant women refuse to wear coarse Mercolizcd Wax daily as directed. invisible
of adjustment, divided into four independent relax; for' a weelIt: was an unprecedented the tax burden of the people. But prints," said a Moscow daily. particles of aged skin arcs freed and all
o parts, whose awards,would be. move for the Executive to defects such as blackheads,tan, freckles and
of more importance is the evident fact The official Izvestia objected to"ugly large pores disappear. Skin, is then beauti-
enforceable In, the courts. leave Washington 'while congress is In untalented'designs fully clear velvety and soft-face looks
that the President has lost his firm whichdo so ,(;\or;,
The substitution of a new national session,, but with the same spirit of ,a I grip on congress. Fear'of reprisals by not satisfthe esthetic tastes of your years hidden younger beauty.Mercolized At all leading Wax: brings druggists.out ':- ...... \ I.
mediation board of three members for year ago when he 'set out on the same' '
war veteran voters in the coming elections the customer. The women ofa i Powdered Saxolit
the present board of mediation of five yacht before taking the Presidentialreins proved a greater fear with many North Caucasus kolhoz;: (collec- I ,Reduces wrinkles and other age-sisns. Simply I
members. the President his cronies I dissolve ono ounce Saxohte: in1alf-pint I
greeted Democratic senators than the displeasure tive farm) wrote an open letter to I witch hazel and: use daily.aa face lotion. |
The Inclusion of all companies which'
aboard ship and waved his hat to a
of the President. Stalin in which they demanded: goods
operate equipment or facilities or fur- rousing. farewell from the folks on the' Restoring two-thirds of a 15 per cent that'"would'make the soul ,rejoice."-

nish service included.within the defini- dock at Jacksonville, Fla., where he pay cut voted for. a million 'govern Literary Digest. Extravagant '

tion of the terms "railroad" and"transportation" boarded the yacht. ment employees, including militaryand First Actor-Ham Fatter has of
'
in the interstate commerce : With carefree happiness he posed naval personnel In the economyact fered his creditors 3 cents on a dol-

'ad.Pro'isions. 'for the photographers and joshed the last summer, the bill also greatly :Keep One on HandA lar. .

similar to those in the newspaper" men. He chatted eagerly 'liberalizes compensation and pensionsto d dictionary in the house prevents Second Actor-What a bluff that

temporary emergency railroad transportation with his eldest son, James, who joined veterans of the World and.Spanish- many a' dispute. guy can chuck: .

act of last year, Insuring him here for 'the cruise. American wars.
'"the complete divorcement of railroad The bill will cost! the govermentan

employees and managements: in the ACTING under the power delegated additional $210,000,000 annually.'

choice of representatives to deal one by' President Roosevelt Jt eliminates retroactively as of Feb-

'with the other" and 'provIding ade- under an executive: order, :National ruary 1, 1034, one-third of the federal
Thousands have Ended
quate means" for the enforcement of Recovery Administrator Johnson ap7Jr employees' pay cut and an 'additionalthird

these provisions.The proved amendment on July 1. ,The cost to the government i
national adjustment board under the provision will be
to the bituminous coal '
would be divided Into four'independent code ,imposing a five- $20,000,000 for the period from February -: their Bowel WO'rries
.. .. 1 to July 1, and $120,000,000 an-
parts to adjust, disputes! arising from ;c'.. ::..' : ;: day week of 35 hours
'grievances or from the interpretationor : : :{ nually thereafter.. '
and revising Its wage
application of agreements, between t! \\f scale upward, figuredon ''The, increased amounts for govern- '
: ment workers and veterans wjll) come
the 'railroads and the employees. Each : {::i ti $5 base with dif- by taking this
from the of the
division would be composed of an equal t f. ./ : + ferentials, on the en- general revenues gov
advkJe
,. -, ernment.
,
:>> it.jI
(w. v
number, of representatives of' manage- ;;',':::.:lA'':,*>/ .J:: : : ?:: tire bituminous'coal

ment and labor. In case of a deadlock. ? m industry., The
t .Civil Works, administration
a, neutral 'member would be appointed ment is amend-I THE .
gone out of existence, and this
by the national mediation board. hearing on
relief
FA. l organization became the works
"""""""" Authoritative-- sources division of the Federal Emergency Can constipation safely be relieved? action thus regulated to suit your '

THE first quarter of 1934 proved Gen. Johnson in Washington agreed l ,Relief administration. "Yesl"! say medical men. "Yes! individual need.

most active In. business since that the operators would accept the Under this title It will use some. say the many thousands who have If there are children in your .

1931, with some lines, notably automo- amendment, at least until after the $GOO, OOOOO remaining from its recent followed their advice and know. household, don't give them any fad, :7 rl2.

bile production, making.the best showing I hearing and that the-threat of a strikeis grant of $030.000OOO.fpr the year"'1935, You are not likely to cure your form of laxative, but use a health 1"1f \

since 1030. The easing of the avoided' at least until after that to provide relief for states, which are constipation with salts, pills, tablets ful, helpful preparation like Dr. ." 4) :.. I

bor tension with the settlement .of': la-I hearing by the action"of the NRA head. In turn to pass the money along to or'any of the habit-forming cathar Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Its very .

automobile controversy was. followed John L. Lewis, president of the .cities and counties.For tics. But you can safely relieve this taste will tell you it is wholesome,

by the announcement of principal United ,Mine Workers, issued a statement a month district agents have condition by gentle regulation with and agreeable to the stomach. Delightful '. '

steel companies, and some other in praising the action of the administration been working to perfect the machinery a, suitable liquid laxative. taste, and delightful action;

dustrial concern's" of 10 .per cent In-' and promising the 'cooperation for the change. there is'no discomfort at the time, ,

creases in wages. of 'the union.'UNITED Meanwhile' administration officials THE LIQUID TEST : or after. Ask your druggist for Dr.

Spreading' of the movement to increase made It clear that Industry ,was not' First: select a properly prepared Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, all ready '
,
the of' labor to take the whole slackof .
compensation was STATES DISTRICT. expected up liquid laxative. Second: take the to take. ,

'viewed hopefully by' merchandise distribution JOHN C. KNOX, of :New unemployment,. absorbing the fo r- dose find suited to system. ,
you your
.
lines and producers''' of con- York. upheld' the minimum rate fixed mer CWA workers, in a day.' Third: gradually reduce the dose

,sumers goods. It has added a new by the dyers' and cleaners code :in Secretary Ickes, whose cautionslyslow until bowels are moving of their
;,' element "of uncertainty over costs. what was officially declared to be the allotment of public works funds own accord. A Frank Statement teeming'

Some buying of steel' developed, in ex, 'first was originally responsible for the creation ,
Dr. =
federal government's appearancein Simple, isn't it? And it works! Caldwell's Syrup PepsinWe '. '
of the CWA said that $1,041,
pectation of price Increases,' although ..court"on.a. cle nut issue Involvingthe The right liquid'laxafive brings I '
310.4CS of federal projects from the
production continued little, changed, .
,
national recovery act. thorough bowel action without believe the use of pills .
$1,300,825,370; allotted for such works
'. just. under 50 per cent of capacity. The decision held that the govern- the using force. An approved liquidlaxative and tablets containing!
( by the PWA were now In construction -
'Retail trade has experienced a pre- ment' was entitled'to a judgment restraining (one which is most widely mineral drugs is rapidly giving .

Easter shopping season widely described the Spotless Dollar Cleaners, contract stage. used for both adults and children) way to gentle regulation
Of this sum, the secretary added, of the bowels with a liquid ,_
the best in four
ES years. Inc., a concern operating some 32 is Dr. Caldwell Syrup Pepsin. It laxative.
$930,406,490 contracts
Wholesalers are running into a seasonal stores,in, and ;about the city, from per- awarded. represented. is a doctor's prescription, and t

lull, but retailers are hopeful of forming, services' for patrons at' less perfectly safe. Its laxative action We believe Dr. Caldwell's .

: .,, a' continuance ofexpanded: volumes of, than the code fixed minimum 'prices. ,- is based on senna, a natural laxative: ; herbs original prescription of fresh
G. WOOD, ,federal pure pepsin, and senna
,spring merchandise as warm weather It was charged in 'the ,suit that the CHARLES com the dose can be measured, and the is the ideal family laxative.. '
of'conciliation
arrives. Seasonal) lines have been defendant company was dry cleaning an- '
nounced his resignation( In'a sharply And know it is .
safe
.moving in large volume. men's sults'for 39 cents each and women's. we a \
-- worded letter to :Miss: Frances Perkins, preparation for children and '
dresses for 45 cents apiece as ,. :. \ '
INSULL secretary of labor. NR...... expectant mothers because '
fugitive 'utility.
: against the 70 and 75 cent minimum, ; it
SAMUEL does not cause bowel strain
has learned that Uncle respectively,. fixed under the code.. Mr. 'Wood charged'Miss Perkins with or irritate the kidneys.
Sam has long arms. He thought him-j "In rendering this decision," wrote "having fallen d wn.on. her job," 7'=, .
self safe aboard the chartered freighter through a failure to ,take the lead in ,1 OUII MaT .'
Judge Knox, "I know full well that it
,, on which he escaped from Greece, may ,be a distinct step beyopd the reconciling industrial belligerents. lIe .
anchored at Istambul, but Uncle Sam's'long I boundaries ''which' In peace times have accused' her of having caused President I

arm, tagged him and he ,was', arrested been said to circumscribe the powersof Roosevelt and General Johnson, Is CottStiff Do lack
by the Turkish authorities., : The congress. If defendant be .immediately national recovery administrator; to I you PEP ? 1

council of ministers immediately ordered -, restrained from continuing its "devote precious time to do the work Are you all in, tired and run down? '
his extradition to the United : which the congress obligated. you 'to.
violation of the minimum prices of the
States. Two eminent Turkish lawyer'son code, and* my conclusion should here-, perform." a BuyT \fjNTfRS.mnIS j

behalf of Insullfiled'in, appeal with
after ,be held'to be erroneous, great ,
the supreme court of Turkey against damage wIll. be'its portion. ThereforeI CHARGES made by Dr.' William 'A. Order our Cotton Service and receive our adviceontb1sQuestlon.ServlcoconsistsofaDDroxtmato- I i1j TONliC .. '

the extradition order. They ask the'co will suspend the operation of the in' sup rintendent of schools at ly i collect telegrams per month and & marketreports I

rt to examine the 'legality of the junction for ten days. Within that Gary; Ind., that some of President sent to you each week by Air MiilLPrlcoimonth1'1.8months548.lyearEUO.Service fur- 'i Will rid you of ,

i t Indictments, claiming that the council period defendant can apply tothe Roosevelt's advisers wanted to lead wished only to subscribers. Payable In advance. MALARljJj
1
of ministers .acted against Turkish law the government into :
Court of Appeals for 'further delay. Cotton people who started
In ordering the extradition. communism are to be and build you up. Used for 65 years for. Chills, "
Unless the former utilities magnateIs : investigated by a committee taking our" service in the year Fever,Malaria J and
J USTU .A'S new corporative consti-
able to perform'some new wonder, tution, as published in the official of the,house of 1925 are ,on our list today. A General Tonic '
'
his year and 'a half flight almost half- government 'gazette, gives the presi- representatives. Doctor International Market Forecast Bureau SOc and $1.00 At All Druggist '

way around the wprld has been dent powers similar to those possessed Wirt will be called \ H' S9 Pearl Street New York City,N.Y. i ii

brought to an end. 'bythe late Emperor Franz Josef when before this committeeto i

:' :Meanwhile, Washington officials are he ascended the throne 'after crushinga name the man or 51.95 Te1ccJlroQ Electric Mantel ,Clock I

making plans to', expedite' Insull's return republican revolution in 1S4S. The men who told him particulars In exchange write for few Box hours 281, Jacksonville your time.,FIn.For I

.. to the United States. Whether he president will; rule through the constitution that President Roosevelt RUBBER STAMPS .

shall be tried' on state or federal ,,kbut"may change it wheneverhe is merely the |

.. charges,:or on both, is a point that has thinks an 'emergency demands. The "Kerensky this 'rev- BACK I ofherMarkingDeuices"WRITE

not yet been, decided. The, Issue de- constitution i will) be based on the principle -; olution" and that the -," p"AINSlft W. L. Ward, Gcn'L FOR CATALOGS ;

pends on the terms under which Turkey "that.-all ,power emanates from God radicals within the Dr. W. A..WFrt Del., Micanopy Flo, said; : I DIXIE SEAL & ''STAMP COMPANY I

surrenders him. -in contrast: to the present one, which administration are seeking to fostera about"Constant drove headaches me mad,just I I ATLANTA. GA.

t says all power emanates from the revolution by, prolonging' misery and slept but very little, my appetite -, I
the. most x: } was poor, I lost
of
t, R031E'witnessed one people. destitution in this country. ii8 weight and strength and had I
In Its long house'were ':' pains in my back. Three I
of the
members
Republican .
of Catholic of the flour :7 bottles of Dr. Pierce's: Favorite t ,-----.CUT ME OUT------. ''
the' capital ,
f history as
REPRESENTATIVES : determined that the Inquiry will .y ? Prescription completely : I and mall me.with lac coIn orstamJ\S and '
p Christendom. To the usual Imposing, to op- not be confined to the Wirt allega- restored me to health" after 1 name and address( to LORD & AMES your Inc., I
St. Peter's without a code of fair competition I suffered a general breakdown. | 380 N.Michigan Avonuv.Chicago.will brine I
in
,Easter ceremonies erate tions alone you a generous sample of
despite an apparent desire Pierce's Clinic, Buffalo. N. Y. 1 Lorar: Face Pow1 '
I added this year. by '. Their' rejection of the NRA and Write Dr. bben ty crramm.IlOAtsoe u
cathedral were on the part of Democratic lead New sire[ tablets SO cts., liquid $1.00. Largo d tsllsobowl to mnake 1
of Pius, the solemn AAA marks the first refusal of an en- I "We Do Our Part." .116.00 pr I1U.00 a week extra in your IIpare time. !
I I special will Pope to adminis .! ers to narrow the investigation's scope. inlet, tabs or liquid, $1.35. --_._------------------ j
liturgical rites canonizing, Dom Gio- tire Industry accept the by Western Newspaper Union.
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1934




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Anthropologists disclosed that the

NEW ORLEANS AREA practice of taking scalps Is not of

American origin. It was noted among

I Queen Anne's Lace I the Scythians, a barbaric race north

! 1 Scores Injured, and Heavy of Greece, by the Greek historian;
Herodotus In his
,history of the Per-
Property Damage.
sian wars, written in the Fifth' century
'
B. C. Scalping also was common
By Frances Parkinson Keyes New Orleans.A densely populated among the Franks and the An-
i i
S area of modest homes In lower New glo-Saxons late into the Ninth cen-
Orleans was converted into a mass of tury.

-- -- twisted wreckage within the twinkling :-

. :: Frances Parkinson Keyes "WNU Service. :: of an eye when a' tornadic
= = Your local dealer carries Ferry'sPure
wind dipped down and scattered
Bred Vegetable Seeds. Now
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only 5 cents a package. Adv.
r. SYNOPSIS ence enough-but I married her. She tea with Clare at the Chateau de over an area about a mile long and a

c began by almost ruining me finan- Madrid.It quarter of a mile wide. Blissful Error

At a dance, a visitor ,in the community, cially. And she ended by almost ruin-' was very warm for Paris, and Within the same hour similar but "John, do you know what day it Is

Neal Conrad, young lawyer, is impressed by Ing me diplomatically. Caesar's wife Anne's beautifully dressed hair, shining less severe disturbances struck in Lafayette today?" *

Anne Chamberlain, pretty daughter of a shift- had nothing on that of a rising young like burnished gold, escaped from parish, southwest Louisiana, "Darling, here's $10."
less farmer, preceiving her fine character. A
few days later she accompanies him and his secretary. Heft that post in Rome,whIch Its net about the white nape of her and at Tallulah, northeast Louisiana. "Thanks. Now, have you enoughfor

hostess, Mrs. Griffin, on a picnic. At the end I ,enjoyed so much, because Ivas neck and her white brow, and curledIn The New Orleans weather bureau saida the rent?"
of the day Neal declares his love. At Washington given an 'indefinite leave of absence. little soft moist tendrils. Her 75-mile wind had been located highIn

:. Clarence, on their honeymoon, the Conrads meet When I went to Paris, I went without diaphanous negligee, pale orchid color, the air, ,moving eastward over ;\Iis-
Hathaway, friend of Neal's, young
missippi.
diplomat. The her. had slipped from one white,
young couple start housekeeping. away
Anne's health begins to fail. Neal en- Neal found himself more moved rounded shoulder, and she raised n Twelve persons were hurt here, including AEALt.S pNtNG -AjDtglATlLS'.
grossed in politics, does not notice. She rea- eight women and an infant, ) "5' ,
.: than he could have imagined. And not slim white hand and pulled It into r
lizes she is to be a mother. While Neal is "." and hospital attendants said some of; :
away, Anne has a visit from an old friend, I only moved-enlightened. Clare- place. _
Mr. Coldcnbiirg. In Neal's absence he takes had made no comparisons-aloud. But "I shan't be disappointed," she said them might die ".

charge of the situation. Neal is in an agonyof Neal saw those that he had made mentally "if I don't go. There are some letters Scores of others were injured less' :.f'1,
remorse over his neglect. 'Their is born.
son been I ought to write and-It critically.Approximately.
In the as clearly as if they had
ensuing eight Neal's law practiceand
years :=
400 their lives mi
his position in politics both mount. A engraved ill flaming letters. Saw, too, "Nonsense! ..:4:
daughter has been born to Anne, but her how he had injured Anne ; and since "And I shall have to dress." raculously spared, were left homelessIn > : .:L!:

beauty is fading. Clarence Hathaway, now in he could, perhaps, never be entirely "Since when," teased Neal, "has that the New Orleans disturbance, which Curse'Shethoughtshewas3ustunluckywhenhecalled
a diplomatic post in Paris, visits the Conrads. Complexion
lx"' ;'r i selfless, how he had, In, injuring ,her, been a burden to you? though 1 demolished, 50 homes and damaged : ,

:f; ?:,/. injured himself as well. Before he must say ypu: look very nice, the way 100 others. I

/a.. : : CHAPTER VIIContinued17 succeeded in framing an answer, Hath- you are." The storm struck here at S a. m., on her once-avoided her thereafter.But no one
.. admires pimply,blemished skin.More and more
' ::.-: away spoke again. She flushed, deliciously. "1 meantit but at midnight many of those who women are realizing that pimples and blotches

1, .. "I was thinking-that-.I hadn't done as "So that's that. And seeing Anne- Is so very'warm. I suppose lived in the section were still wanderIng are poisonous often wastes danger ravaging signals the of dogged system.bowels-Let NR

\ ; < well politically]) as I'd hoped. I expect you don't mind If I call her Anne, doyou that Clare might think it unappreciative through the, littered streets, resist- (Nature's Remedy)afford complete thorough

l s <':",, 'r' ed to be governor of this state by ?-here tonight brought It all back If we both went back on him." ing police efforts to get them under ruining elimination poisonous and promptly matter. Fine ease for away sick beauty-head-

.>.' now." to me-because she's-she's so different ,She disappeared Into the bedroom, shelter from an all-day cloudburst of ache, bilious conditions,dizziness.Try this safe
, ', And and and a moment later Neal heard the rain which accompanied the wInd. dependable
'; you're so lucky: playing -
"Well I rather vegetable correc
that
yes. thought ( .
;, was against your luck !1" sound of running'water from the bath So suddenly had their homes been demolished tive.At all drug.( P ,
your plan. But after all- gists'--only25c. "
were'unable to realize
"What Neal to ask room beyond. He smiled. they -
managed ,
Hathaway tapped the of his
arm what had happened.The relief for acid indiges-
How happy she had been all ,sum- Quick
"would you do, If you were I? "TUMSSmooth Only 1Oc.
chair
with his fingers, gazing into the lion heartburn.
, : mer! It was nearly four months now Red Cross took charge of the
: I fire'as he did he asked Hathaway balanced the question.
open Then
so. since they had stood beside the gang- homeless and destitute. and police pa-

a most astonishing question. "Would anything very dreadful hap plank, watching it lifted, waving good- troled the area to prevent looting.
"How about your wife? Was she pen," he asked at length, "if you left cotton'warehouse
" '., by to Dora and Junior and Nancy, to A was destroyed,
Interested in politics, too?" Mr. and Mrs. Goldenburg and George small buildings damaged and tele- Off Ugly

,"r. "Anne?" Neal's surprise was apparent and Mabel, who had all come to 'see phone service disrupted In the Tal-

in his voice. "Why, Anne them off, for it was a great day for' lulah storm. Freckles Blackheads

, ,. .. would be interested I guess, in any these old friends as well as for them- General damage here and elsewhereIn ,

. thing I wanted to do. She-she's' .,devoted 'selves when Neal and Anne actually the state was expected to run into Nature's WayHere

to me." "went to Europe." several hundred thousand dollars.

:" ", "Yes, of course, 1 saw that. But I The very morning; after their arrIval The wind made four distinct dips is an inexpensive, quicker way to

" .; S mean-has she been helping you actively in Paris, while they were at break- Into, lower New Orleans The storm skin beauty-a way that has been'tested
and trusted for over a
] and directly as well as passively fast, Clare, who had not left them until was described by the weather bureauas ,by women genera.
tion. You can whiten,
.
I. and indirectly?" nearly midnight, reappeared, and "a severe thundersquall accompanied .., .">X'....;.(:.., clear and freshen your

" mapped out their Before tornadic action." .....,.,. '
', "She's .gone without everything, program. by \. complexion, remove all
Neal answered coming;: swiftly to they did a single thing Anne must be y.;' ;" '..' trace of blackheads, freck
reclothed. He would them : les, coarseness in ten days,1)i:4jf.
Anne's defense, under the Impression accompany Chicago Firm Providesfor :.0' ::
.<. that she was being attacked. "Good to a dressmaker's-a petite malson ;;:: V or less. Just apply Nadi-, '

'' : not too expensive but very recherchee, Unemployment Pay lW ::: nola Bleaching Cream at.
times
: ,: and'pretty clothes, and trips; '. '. bedtime tonight. No massaging
', and friends. I never: would have been and worthy of being entrusted with Chicago.-A $1,000.000 plan of "em- ':\.; t t;''$;$. \'!, no rubbing. Nadi. .,

) able to go into politics !if she hadn't this task. ployment assurance" was voted by the \Nl' nola speeds Nature, purging

Once I thought I was going to lose "And I expect," he said frankly, directors and stockholders of ,the William {)1X: ; away tan and freckles, .

her-I'd neglected her and she "that the Job will have to be done Wrigley, Jr., company at the .?i. :' blackheads,muddy sallow
:,:;; w;: ,_; terribly, f i .':ltt': } t\,:
: 4"f :; was going to have a baby, which made from the skin up. You don't look to annual meeting.The >""'' color. You see day-by-day

:;t-\ It all the worse-and I nearly went 1 Yy me as ifou had on the right things plan, as explained by Philip K; improvement until your skin is all you. '
underneath. Nobody has waistlines long for; creamy-white, satin-smooth
-.l wild when I realized what I'd done." 'Wrigley, president, provides for payment Get box of NADINOLA.
the oneJhas lovely. a large
any more ; on contrary, every
''- "But after you'd had a chance to of a percentage of the average only 50c. No long waiting,no disappointments .

, ,;, forget about that bad time, .you neglected legs. wage to any employee laid off. The ; money-back guarantee.
"You don't expect me to with
:.S( '' her again?" & go percentage paid, he said, will be, on
Anne to the dressmaker's? protested
Jai
.y.: .- "I suppose I did-do. But-there's I "Though I Must Say You Look Very Neal, aghast. a sliding scale, with workmen in thf-

:::1;'"::' /, never been another woman." Nice the Way You Are." "Of course. Both of us. Husbandand lower brackets receiving as high as NEVER FELT BETTER

2 ;: SO per cent of their wages during the
; "Good
: G-d I' should say not Interested friend. They'd think
those two corking kids with that idle and ,higher-paid men lower
prettymaidshe'd period
What do want-the SINCE
you Capitoline she didn't have any male relatives to SHE LOST 39
look after them all .
right, percentages."The
Venus? pay the bills If she went alone."
wouldn't she-and took: Anne on a Idea it was explained, "is to
POU'JDS OF FAT
! / "No, roared Neal, angrily, "what are And Clare wasrIght about this as he
vacation? I'm sailing next week on the 'backlog' of
', :, you driving at anyway?" was about everything else-Neal found give employees same
the France-why don't see if income that stockholders have in the
you you
:' "My dear fellow]) please don't think himself welcomed with open arms. He "Three months ago I started using
e I'm venturing to criticize conduct. could get a stateroom on the same enjoyed the welcome-at the first surplus ,of the company." ? Kruschen and weighed 201 lbs. Today

., your boat? And-and spend the summer in three or four establishments-then It after starting my 4th jar I've lost 39
,; And as for criticizing your wife-well, Paris and let help Ibs. and am in perfect S,
me give you
) him and he
began to pall on suggestedthat Sinclair Cleared ofEmbezzlement
I thought ten years ago she was one condition really I k'
both time !I"CHAPTER
a good
Clare and Anne should "
of the loveliest, as well as one of the go' with- never felt BO well
.. most remarkable girls, I'd ever met out him, while he went around to the ChargesTulsa Mrs. B. C. Terry,

/:.': : In my life. I've remembered her, VIII American Express to see if, by any Okla.-Harry F. Sinclair, oU Tampa Don't, Fla.stay fat and '

chance, anyone from Belford had registered magnate, and 271 other former director
all
vividly this unattractive
\: pretty time. That's a not
there. But"he paid the bills of the Exchange Trust company of when it's and
little unusual for me. And I confess Neal had come down with, a heavy so easy
without a murmur, In a glow of satisfaction Tulsa, were cleared of all embezzle- safe to get rid of,double
that seeing her tonight has
been an cold which kept him confined to the
as he saw Anne transformed ment charges against them here. chins, ugly hip-fat ;
.; ;: acute disappointment. hotel, but he.insisted. since he was not and unbecoming .
almost before
+ I his eyes. Presently she Judge Bradford Williams .dismissed
"Well I'm not disappointed In her. really sick, and since there was so lit- plumpness on upper arms-at the same
; i looked no more than her age again ; the ten remaining counts after more time build up strength"and increase vi-
not
She suits should
me. tle time left that Anne
then she began to look a good deal than two weeks;: preliminary hearing. tality-feel younger and keep free from
"Just wait a minute, can't you? I stay in with him, but should go, as less than her age had been previously headaches, indigestion, acidity, fatigue
still think she's beautiful-and remark they had both planned to do, and have (TO BE CONTINUED.) Seven other counts and shortness of breath. *

able. Even more remarkable than I'd dismissed. Just take a half teaspoonful of Krus

... chen Salts first thing every morning ina
But think
guessed. I : she's tragic. Y Y Y Y v.
v v T
S a S P' .oT P' 4Y ( -"flY glass of hot water. If not joyfully
"Tragic !I" Martin Insull Back satisfied with results of one 85 cent jar
'
"\ "Yes. How old is she? Under thirty 1. for Trial at Chicago (lasts 4 weeks) money back from any
the world But make
I. ? I thought so. Well, she looks'oyer "Confidence Men" Find Their Victims drugstore over.
Chicago.-:Martin J. Insull, sixty-five- sure you get Kruschen-the SAFE way

as well forty.as physically.She's stagnating She's submerged mentally I More Easily in Cities Than VillagesIn I year-old brother of the fugitive Samuel to reduce. .

herself In Insull, and himself a fugitive from justice
your personality, and
your for 17 months, was returned to Famous Iraq
career and your children until she's the old days It was assumed that are being to the I
nothing but a washed-out reported police of our Chicago fronu Canada. lie ,was released Iraq, now a full-fledged state, Is 1
drudge with. the "hicks from the sticks": were so big cities In these days that it would '
out a particle of under bond of $50,000 pending the birthplace, of the "Arabian ::1
individuality left. easily fooled that it was a simple matter take
a telephone directory to list
them.A .
She's done it voluntarily, because his trial on charges of embezzling Nights," the "Land of the Magic Carpet 'J j
she
to sell) them a gold brick or string typical case has Just been reportedby the treasury of the Mid- ;:
loved you-loves you. But she $361,720 frbm the legendary site of "The Gar-
must
know, even If you don't know, that she them on any sucker game. Recent developments the Washington police. You would dle West utilities company, a concernof den of Eden," the heir of Babylon, '

: was. capable of something a good deal have disproved this old think that people who live In..Wash which'' he once was president. Ninevah, and Ur. Iraq Is the land of
belief. Now, It Is found that there are ington with
' every opportunity to know -
bigger. With the round boat. Tradition
her looks: and her mind, gufa, or
', and her natural gifts as a hostess- more fools and Suckers minute born than right in what Is going on in the world, would Russia Holds Out Hopeof says that the Infant Moses was set j
the big cities every couldbe be proof against confidence
Neal you utter fool." game adrift In one of these reed-woven, tar- .'
: found in a day's search out in the but not so.Recently. Entering League
$ "Even calked boats. .
if .
you are my guest, and an
the mountains the
\1;, old friend wilds of or great a 'gypsy woman "fortune In
; I think you've gone about Moscow response to Paris reports -
.s{ :;:.. far enough in discussing my wife." open spaces of rural ,America. teller" called at.a. home and got the' saying that Soviet Russia Is Oldest Court of Justice "

'"rf1t:<:;" "Then suppose we discuss mine The truth Is that the swindlers of woman of the house interested In' having ready to join the League of Nations, The oldest court of justice In the

: ,' ,:, for a change." all types have crowded into the cities her "fortune" told. The gypsy It was said officially there have beenno world Is the "Tribunal of the Waters,"

::: ':". ,!".: "Yours! I didn't know 'you 'were and are operating there with greater assured the woman that she was aboutto developments here since Foreign held weekly In Valencia, Spain, for

: ;':: ," married !I" success than they ever knew when benefit by a rare stroke of luck, Commissioner Maxim Lltvinoff's speech 072 years; Eight Judges hear cases

.' "I'm not. But I was." they followed circuses and carnivalsand as the mystic powers were at work last December indicating Moscow might concerning the vast water system of .

: "You mean 'you lost her? Clare-I'm posed as farmers "from over In all around her, anxious to: help her consider co-operating with the league If the province and quickly render their '1

"' ..'' darned sorry, I hadn't' heard-" Potter county" at the county fair. If she would only show her own"fa'uh. she found by so doing she could fur- verbal decisions, which are not subject '

"Yes, I lost her. But she didn't die Almost anything will do to hook a ." In order to prove her "faith" ther the cause of world peace. to argument or appeal.PIMPLY .
She found out she cared for some she was asked to give ,the gypsy a
oneS cityite on nowadays. They will bite' -
, :" -else more than she did $10' bill, which the gypsy to take' '
I, ; for me. I found on the, most absurd propositions.O. was Victims of "Politics" .
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It, out, to". to a near-by church, where a "bless-
"Oh-" Henry wrote many stories 'about .Ing" was to be given to It. Then the in European Prisons SKIN

:i "Yes. Exactly. She was a poorU' people who were swindled., Some of gypsy was to return and give back Vienna.-The prisons of central and and'blotches cleared ":
he told about soon improved
were rural
r girl when I married her, almost as the victims the "blessed" money to the woman. southeastern Europe hold 3,500,000 po-
,. characters-but ,In many of his tales away by daily treatment with.7
as Anne.
poor
And she came from JThe woman'fell for the offer-but litical prisoners, according to Van I
4( a home that wasn't much better. But he states plainly that the biggest fools of course the gypsy never came back. Ghell Gilderineister, a Dutch Quaker,

I '. ./ she was pretty, devilishly pretty and are right in the cities, and he singledout Perhaps the victim was "lucky": after who has devoted the last 12 years to

1 I. ambitious-for herself. I fell for her, Brcadway and Wall street as the all, for If she had had more moneyin working for the release of such vic- Resinoli:

. hard-and fast.: I ought to have known "ea !est." the house she would probably have tims.

better- Lord knows I've had experi So numerous are the swindles which lost Pathfinder Magazine. II I I

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The Clewiston News party than Mrs. Smith; he nursesan cal fertilizer also, demonstrated the those who attended.The under the said certificate IssuecTwas"
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abiding grudge if one of his enemies truth that burned over land Is not fair in the name of James Harty. ,
.. closes Saturday night, ,
Published every Friday In Clewiston' does something to make the useless. Other comparative plant- I and easily worth the trip to Belle Unless said certificate shall be redeemed :
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS. front page.Sometimes. ings with and without certain ferti-. Glade. according to law, tax deed :
will issue thereon on the 17th day'or'
Inc. it makes> :you feel a lizer brought out the necessity for
April, A. D. 1934. .
lot like the Hobe Sound, boy I knew use of commercial fertilizers in a-
of March A.
Keathley Bowden, Editor Dated this 16th day ,:
t back in 1926 He'd be standing in chieving best results. If. we ever D. 1934. '

his bean field hoeing; when the farm in the Everglades, we're go- Political AnnouncementsFOR WILLIAM T. HULL,

Entered as second class mail mat- northbound flyer passed through ing to make a nuisance of ourselves REPRESENTATIVE (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court, .
every afternoon. When it would consulting. the Belle Glade I Hendry County, Florida. .\ '
ter February 1, 1927, at the. Post
,blow for the crossing and rattle by, experiment station at every turn. To the By INEZ MAGILL,
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under citizens of Hendry County:
he'd throw down his hoe and say The diorama of the sugar planta- I hereby announce Deputy Clerk. '
myself as a
the Act of March 3,
1897. something I'll never forget. That tion attracted the most 'attention of candidate 'for representative from No. 16c Mch. 16, 23, 30, Apr. 6, 13J

,was 7 :years, ago. And I'll bet he'll i any individual exhibit. It was well Hendry county in the 1935 Legislature -

Advertising Subscription rates rate, $2:00 on: application.per year. throw say down the his same hoe thing again: tomorrowand other placed interesting and was data surrounded and picturesof with I subject June 5th.I to. the Democratic Primary .........................................................................................................' I

"You rascal you, I'm going to ride the industry, with samples of believe this county needs a re :': '.
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out of here some day." sugar, molasses, bagasse, and different presentative who will be active, pro-, se "
Devoted to the advancement and varieties' of cane. gressive and always on the alert to A &
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry care for all legislative matters affecting :!: FURNITUREBELLE
County. NEWSPAPER ETHICS The exhibit of the U. S. Engineer the county or its people; as ., :: -

i office was arranged late Wednesday well as one who will work for the Y 'y

Among the unwritten laws of the afternoon. It includes a plasterof betterment of the state as a whole.If y y

"Student Candidate Shot" at Un- newspaper profession, O. O. McIntyre paris model of the hurricane gate elected, I promise any best energy :;: GLADE =i=
iversity of Alabama,.-evidently and and ability for all of
: noted columnist, pens the fol- section of levee that gives a Hondry county. : __
equipping himself for his life workas very good idea of what the finished Your vote and support will be appreciated :: i
lowing: FURNITURE COMPANY ::
politician.
a Chicago
"Never use the power of the presrto product will be. The model was CHARLIE LOVVORN

fight an enemy who hasn't the chiseled from 'a block of plaster of (Paid Political Advertisement) :: Belle Glade Florida ::
They advertised for a jvhite horse same power to fight back. paris to a scale, one-eighth of an ,

for Lady Godiva to ride in the "Do not write a line that you inch representing a foot. Two :!: Next Door To Theatre :$:
Streets of Paris ,in Miami, but we would be ashamed for your motheror Blocks of wood are carved into pie- FOR SCHOOL HOARD MEMBER

searched the paper and couldn't sister to read. shaped pieces to represent the gates 1.N:N.N.1:1. :.N..:.N:N.N:.:.N.N:N:11:N.N:N:N:.:.N:....x..:..:
find where they had to advertise "Betray no confidences. fiemselves. There is a small map I have announced my candidacyfor
for Peeping Toms. of the entire Lake Okeechobee with the office of member of School
"Pay no attention or reply to unworthy -
critics."Remember. ,- the route of the levee and locationof Board of Hendry County.
M. E. VON MACH J.!! "XII r GOUSE: : :
Don Lochner knows how to createa Dana's admonition drainage structures marked. A ['= j I

furore in a hurry. He said, editorially ill everything you write: "The loyal splendid group of photographs are (Paid Political Advertisement.) Counselor and Attorney at Law

speaking, "'V'e have never newspaper readers are the womenin exhibited; one an aerial photograph Hopkins Building

seen a beautiful woman." And i wrappers and boys on the barges. showing Belle Glade and vicinity. FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wednesdays and Saturdays

several editors have jumped on him "Whatever you write in temper, Another large postercontains about 9:30 to 4:00
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about it. But Don has stuck to his put aside to read two days later and 60 photographs of the governmentwork I hereby announce myself as a

Story, and that's that. you'll rarely want it printed on the lake, and shows various candidate for State Representative .',

"Try not to curry favor with edit- portions of the work at different from Hendry county, subject to the Watches Clocks: Jewelry: ;
stages of construction. Other maps will of the voters in the June. primary Clewiston .
The bench warmers club is gloat- ors. They respect only those who Drug. Company 'I' ;
Ing over two gliding benches that stand on their own ability. and plans of the project completethe 1934. Jewelry Repairing '
Experience is valuable, and if I
Charlie Miner has placed in frontof "Have a sincere respect for every display. am elected to this important officeI W. H. ''MERRITT'
his drug store. If don't religion. Among the commercial exhibits
you \ will be able to use to a great advantage WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
know what, a gliding bench is, it'sa "The innuendo is.the implementof attracting much attention were the experience I gained as Hear or
bench built on the lines and with I the moral and physical coward. those of a power corporation and of I. your representative in the 1931 ses-

the suspended seat of a ,glider. "The editorial room of a success- gasoline and bottled gas products.The sion of the Legislature, when the CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.
\. ful newspaper is one place where power company exhibit featuredthe I questions of gasoline tax division, a Box 521

Up North they dress in woolens "pull" means noth'ng.-Titusville sight-meter, an instrument for race track tax division, and other Ve Are Here To Stay"

and flannels. At Florida beaches Star-Advocate. testing the visibility ,of any given equally important'questions came
before the Legislature.I .
they wear a, suit of tan..-Times location. Very conspicuous was a .: .. . .. . .. .
Union. And Daytona Beach officialssay .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. .:..:..:..:..:..:. poster picturing a lady putting' on a will believe that the next session NNNN:1NM:NIN:NNNNN: :NNNIINNN:1N:
be the most important in the
negligee, when the light flashed :_: SEA FOOD MARKET ::
they don't care how little else. on history of Florida, as there is bound :
Which speaks well for ''the prosper- RAMBLINGS. this poster, the picture changed en- to be legislation concerning Fin- :I!: LUNCHES :i:

ity of that beach ,resort this sum- .. tirely and the said lady was takinga ance, Taxation, Bond Settlementsand
pier shower' bath. Everybody saw the School Relief. I feel qualifiedto ::: J. G. MARTIN ::
poster whether they knew it adver- serve you in such matters, and .... ,
\ .:,N:N-N N. NAM.NON. N.N M. :.N:...:.N:.NN. .N:.N:1.:N N:N:..:N.N:.1 will .:. ..t
- - tised a water heating plant ,or not., appreciate your vote and ,influence FIRST DOOR NORTH POOLE'S GRO. .'
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We've often been accused of being Spent Wednesday at -the' All Ev- A gasoline table lamp was fastened throughout: the campaign. .i. LABELLE. FLORIDA :i'
contrary: ; but we can deny the ELBERT L. STEWART. . .
erglades Fair: at Belle Glade shaking in a bracket in another' exhibit .1. .:N:NN:NN:.1NNNN1111:N1fNNN:NN NNN:..:NN.
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accusation since .
seeing Ripley's car- ; (Paid Political Announcement)
hands with the politicians :and and the bracket revolved so the .
toon the other day of George Gos-
what. not, and viewing the aut mo- lamp was in continuous motion,
who feels warm
ney, when it's cold
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biles. It almost looked like thefair moving frOlri'its correct position to ESTIMATES FU ON
weather and feels NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORe
: .cold when W'shot .
weather. We haves turned out .-to be'a political rally ,upsid, down' constantly, .bu"t. th TAX DEED ,,' :, REQUEST
never :beenas :
and'automobile' light was as .perfect "as electricity.A.bottled .I ; I
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cussed as that. ow. That really : '-, : -\': ; :" .
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isn't a fair statement for the ,dis- gas company. displayed NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ESTEBELElectrical'

Another' sudden and tragic death plays were ,better .and more com- stoves and, mechanical refrigerators' s That. FOSTER MEREDITH holder ; ,

was that of W', W. McDowell, U. S. plete than these we have seen.' informer operated by bottled gas. Such exhibits of Tax Certificate No. 918, ContractingPHONE

minister to the Irish Free State years. But the politiciansand as these gave an idea of the 7th day of Sept. A. D, 1931, bas 121'"'

who succumbed to a heart attack the automobiles were so muchin luxury available in eyen' isolated filed said certificate in my office .
while acknowledging the welcomeat evidence that it was impossible to farm homes at moderate cost to and made application for tax deed with PAHOKEE*. FLORIDA, i
to issue thereon in accordance .
a banquet given in his honor. miss either. day. ,
law: Said certificate embraces the Agent for
Perhaps it's the tension of the last These people who are predicting There were the usual midway attractions following described property situated GENERAL

few years, but such deaths seem to another Florida boom should be that always draw a crowd in Hendry County, Florida, to REFRIGERATORS ELECTRIC

have increased greatly there-they'd be in their glory;: and but the exhibits themselves made a wit: RANGES AND '

would say the boom is already here. most worthwhile fair and were receiving Lot 2 Block 168 Clewiston APPLIANCESYou

IN THEIR' OWN BACK YARD Here's hoping that the boom, if and plenty of attention from The assessment of said property ---

when it materializes, will be one of
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"Out of the pitiful poverty of the real growth and advancement as are

quarter million residents of Harlem the activities of the lake section

r' '. ... . "-Paul Harrison's In right now. .i' .i. .: t
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New York. There was a real estate booth, ad-

,Do our eyes ,deceive us? Or must vertising a new subdivision and H:_. An Attractive. Clewiston Home :i]:

i we infer from the unbiased description everything. Hdnest-to-goo3ne ,s-s .

of a New York feature writer They had a map of the subdivision, H
We Build H
+ that the missionaries who would and a little model of it on a table Helped

build bungalows all over the South and gave you handbills saying "Buy i

for impoverished negroes, have riot and Build-we have 48 applicationsfor r yf yy

solved the problem in their own homes-real estate is"advancing .:. .:. .y.. .:.
bailiwick? rapidly-buy now." If that .
isn't a ."'. : : ..i'. .i'
We learn from the same source boom-what is a boom?? : '.'
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that but a small percentage of the There were attractive exhibits ji .yy.
negroes in Harlem, world's largest from every community from South ) y: ":"

negro city;f. are employed, that Bay to pahokee, featuring varieties \ .y. .
many of them\are crowded into in- of vegetables-and who says they \ : .i'yy

sanitary' tenements .where the four grow nothing but beans? There fx x

lean brothers, Want, Vice,' Squalorand were vegetables there that made us x I +! 14 y

Disease reign supreme. scratch pur heads to identify, scores + x

And it is from cities where negroes of diffeient kinds, and they all .:.. .x... I .J..x. .:.
exist without even air and looked good. ::: f .:;. .:. t
sunlight that the The 'Experiment Ay
crusader comes Station had a ; yy
south with plans to save the negro grand exhibit-it alone would be yX y yy
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tenant farmer who has collards in ,worth the effort,to put on the fair, ..:. .:' .: :
the garden; a fishing pole and a ifNm who attempt farming in the ... .::. ..:.1.:."

hound dog, under, the house, a shot Everglades had attended and then y y +

gun in the' corner and corn In the. made a valiant effort to use methods yY yy Yyy

crib, who enjoys active normal life advocated by the experiment

,' in the outdoors, who hunts and station. First, they had an exhibitof yyyy

::.: fishes much and farms a little. Devon cattle: a breed that has y

First cast out Disease and Misery been proven a good range cattle x xf

from thine own Harlem, that thou for the. Everglades, needing onl? .:. .:. .:. .y.
canst see more clearly to cast out mineral to supplement the food for y:

poverty from thy brother's tenan which the animals forage, The I y xy
farm.-Tallahassee Democrat. meat is fat y AY
? and tender. and the animals y AY

adapt themselves readily to .:. .Y" :: A ;
LOT OF THE REPORTER Everglades conditions. If you are fy -T AY.:. :
'going to do any cattle raising in Y Y ,4' ti..raa
Stuart Daily News: The lot of a the 'Glades, that is worth investi- .:. .Y. AY. ..
newspaper reporter is not a happyone. gating. The other exhibit of the i + fy

I When he is thoroughly biased, experiment station presented the y Y
, '- the other side is 100 per cent against problem of water control as the big :i: ::: .. :::

him; when he tries to be fair, gest problem in..the Everglades, and '. ; Y
i. both sides decide that they're gett- the muck fires as the greatest :: :: :i:

-ing a raw deal. ace. Water control is achieved men-best U W e. Can Hel p To Own A Hme U I

The average citizen is a born by mole'drains and the exhibit gave

critic, and his: daily newspaper iG lucid pictures that presented the
r his chosen field. If he sees an auto method and explained its
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1 success I
.I .. accident, he grabs the paper, not tread I I so that the most untrained, farmer. UClewiston Home auUding Association n;

". .- the details; but to see if the could understand. Comparative I (
j i details are .correct'. He is if .. '.' .
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I m.ri Mrs. Joe Shroeder and son left DELIGHTFUL BRIDGE BYJOINT Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ,NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
i S according law
Wednesday for Stuart, Mrs. Shroe- V HOSTESSES AT INN will issue thereon on the ,23rd tax day deed of TAX DEED .,
Mention der's former home, where, they will April A. D 1934. ,

visit for several days. Mrs. D. G. Alston and Mrs. T. B. 1934.Dated this 23rd day of March, A. D. NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN, .

WILLIAM T. HULL, That F. DURRENCE, holder of Tax .',
Shelley were joint hostesses at a
C. B. Moody was a week-end vis Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman returned (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court Certificate No. 722, 7th day of July J
most delightful bridge party Thursday Hendry County. Florida.
.: itor in Miami.rilt' from Miami Tuesday where No. 17 Mar. 23, 30 Apr. 6. 13, 20. I A. D. 1930, has filed said certifi- '.,
afternoon in the dining of cate in
room my office and made 'applica-
they spent several days visiting ',i
the Clewiston Inn. The color motif tion for tax deed to issue thereon in
friends and relatives.
/ Mrs. R. L. Collins is spending a accordance with .
of green and pink was emphasized NOTICE OF APPLICATION: FOR lawSaid certifi- ::
few days in Miami. cate '
I TAX DEED embraces the following described i'
Miss Ruth Knight,of Fort My- ia the decorations and in the re property situated in Hendry .;:

:Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Simpson spent ers, is spending some time in Clew- freshments.Mrs. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, County, Florida-- to-wit: '

;. ..' tile week-end in Miami. iston visiting her sister, Mrs. C. E. C. E. Nall received high That ZERNEY G. MEREDITH, Lot 21 Block 203 Clewiston. f

Miner and Mr. Miner.H. score, Mrs. R. N. Smith, second holder of Tax Certificate No. 922, The assessment of said property
: 7th day of Sept. A. D. 1931, has under the said certificate issued was
moCored: O. Kight, of Fort Myers, Scout high, Mrs. Efting received third filed said'certificato in my office in the name of Clewiston Company. i

Executive, of Royal Palm Council, high, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn won con- and made application for tax deedto Unless said certificate shall be

< L. O. Gravely, attorney, was a Boy Scouts of America, was a Clew- solation, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr. issue thereon in accordance with redeemed, according to law, tax deed ::
iston visitor Wednesday held the lucky card for cut prize law. Said certificate embraces the will issue thereon on the First day J
business o visitor here Thursday. and Mrs. C. H. Berner was presented following described property situated of May, A. D. 1934.

Mrs. J. B. Rudd, Mr. and Mrs. with the cut prize for tea guests. in Hendry County, Florida, to- Dated this 30 day of March A. D. 1"
Charlie Miner was a business visitor Dennis Small, Melburn Rudd andE. wit: 1934. ....
in Fort Myers Wednesday. Invited n ere Mrs. C. W. MacDonald Lot 26
E. Goodno, of LaBelle, visited Block 176 Clewis ton. WILLIAM T. HULL, !
friends in Clewiston Friday. Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs./'E. R. Fon- The assessment of said property (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court

R. L. Murray of Fort Myers, was taine, Mrs. W. C. Worth,. Mrs. F. I. under the said certificate issued was Hendry County, Florida. "

!.; "a business visitor here Wednesday. A. Ward of Hill, Mrs J. P. Percy, ;Mrs.. M. E. in the name of S. M. Paulson. No. 20 Mar 30, Apr. 6, 13, 20, 27.
Roy ,
Daytona Beach
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visited in Clewiston Sunday as the Yenawine, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. deemed
according to law, tax deed I
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Mrs. G. O. Wallace, of Pahokee, '
::\. guest of his daughter and, son-in- W. C. Owen, Mrs. B. Thomas, Mrs.G. will issue thereon on the 17th day of
business visitor here Tues
was a' law, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Trainor. C. Poole. April, A'. D. 1934. CYPRESS BOAT
!'. .C' day. Dated this 16th day of March, A. FOR SALE CHEAP
, .: ; Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. O. F.

- ', Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Taylor, of Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis, of La- Schiffli, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. D. 1934. WILLIAM T. HULL ALMOST NEW
Belle, was in Clewiston Monday, 16 FT. x 4 FT. G IXCHES
j Tampa, are visiting here for a few F. D. Duff, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court,
:.. .. viewing the progress being made on PALMER MOTOR
':. days berg, Miss Marion Leydig, Mrs. Leah "Hendry County, Florida.
r. ner new picture show building here.
. Call at ANDY WEILAND'SAFTER
INEZ
\.. ", Spicer, Mrs. J. '\\'. Ezelle, Mrs. A. By MAGILfc I

.W.:. ich C.spent E, Williams the week-end and Plat in Dankon-Palm Dr. Ira j'l: Haines, of Homestead, L. Rackstraw, Mrs. C. R. Byrd, Mrs. No. 15c Mch 16 Deputy, 23, 20 Clerk, Apr.; ; 6, 13. '... 6 P. M.

and Dr. Ira Gordon, of Miami, spent H. A. Land. Miss Dorothy Lockhart,
:Beach.
\ ..- : several days of this week in Clew- Mrs. H. Turner, Mrs. A. Rogero,
;,:,.. .;:",..t; Dir. and F.Tippey were iston where they transacted busi- Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. G. Niblack, ..:..i..:rt..:..i".**:...*..:..:",..:..:.**...*.*.*..'...:..:..:...... ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:

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.'' Sunday visitors in West Palm ness. Mrs. G. MacFadden, Mrs. R. M. i: 9 ANNOUNCING I :

D' ach.. Sands, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. C.
( Mrs. W. C. Hooker
and Mrs. F.
C. Nelson, of Jacksonville, is R. Maxwell spent Monday: in' Fort F. Trainor, Mrs. Eiftingi; Mrs. J. G.I gray !j
,. Sheffield, Mrs. W. MacCracken. cDorothy Preparations-
spending this week in Clewiston on Myeis where they visited Mrs. T. V.Watson I
Mrs. W. Lockhart
a former resident Mrs. W. C.
" .{&\..),. business iston. of Clew- Hooker, Mrs. C. '/Downs, Mrs. C. :: The beautiful (and very beautifying) A:

'.> .,;.>., Mrs. J. V. Lofton and Mrs., Clark, and E. Nail, Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, creams, powders, lipsticks, etc., that are used :!:
of Miami, were week-end visitors in Mrs. R. H. Knight son left Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. E. C. Mills,
I' Clewiston.C. Monday afternoon for Mobile, Ala., Mrs. Di. E. VonMach, Mrs. Arthur :;:: in the famous Dorothy Gray Salons..are now ::

where she was called on account off MacKenzie, Mrs. F. A. MacKenzie, :;: on sale at our Toilet Goods Counter. Smart ;;;
Richards and J. F. Kettler the serious illness of her mother
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Mrs. Eugene MacKenzie, Mrs. Alex ::
;,.,- : Jacksonville, spent this week hereon Mrs. J. T. Dumas. MacKenzie, Mrs. C. F. Goodman, :*: women the country over are. especially enthusiastic ;

;1-:;;" business. :;: aboutDOROTHY :i:
Mrs. R.
D. Whiddon, Miss Mae :: .
-.,-,: ... Mrs. F. A. McKenzie has returned y
;\;- Sheriff J. J.'' Wiggins, of Glades from: a two week's stay In Lal e- Drew, Mrs R. N. Smith, Mrs. M. R. :;: GRAY Cleansing Cream ::

'r .' land and New Orleans. Mrs. C. L. Lawler, Mrs. Keathley, Bowden, .
county business.spent Monday in Clewiston Downs who accompanied her to Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. N. L. Hemenway, DOROTHY GRAY Special Mixture (cream) :x:
: on
:.:.' ," ".- ': New Orleans, also, returned with Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. :i: DOROTHY GRAY Powder I:i:

:::" Dale Clark has returned to Miami her. Miss Bonceil Stone, Mrs. B. A. :: DOROTHY GRAY Lipsticks ::

:. after spending several weeksin Bourne, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. W.P. s

.: Clewiston. Poole Mrs.and I. M.Rev.Pafford and Mrs.Mrs.' W.G. C.S. Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. C. F. Vaughn, :_: ALSTON'S, Incorporated IM I:_
Mrs. M.
P. Peterson, Mrs. V. H. J

,': G.: A. Duncan of Tampa, was here Furgess are among those attendingthe Cothern, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. N:N:N: .' this week for several days ont a Presbytery for several days in Humphries, Mrs. R. T, Mitchell, Mrs. .

, business visit. St. Petersburg from the Clewiston L. Shea. <..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNNMM. :.:NNNNNN:..:NNN)
: .". ,. Community Church. And invited for tea were Mrs. R. .

., i "J'. McIntosh, Mrs. H. T. Kolstad, Mrs.A. i
::: ( + Hugh H. Carr, of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rowan W. Lawrence Mrs. i
.:... and J. F. Tippey, i
: Ohio :,rn's business. visitor here GRE'ENE :
a
: .: son, of Jacksonville, who have Miss Vllaia Rhodes, ,Miss Elizabeth i
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; several days this week. been visiting here for several days West, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Miss Eva

with Mr. and Mrs. Foster Meredith Mae Green, Miss Marie Williams,

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Pape and left. Thursday to return to their Miss Gertrude Balasok, Mrs. M. W.

r daughter, Shirley Lou, of LaBelle, home. Mrs. Z. G. Meredith and Bigg, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Mrs. C. j!I APRil CLEARANCE i

i visited in Clewiston. Sunday. daughter, Patricia Ann, accompanied L. Nail, Mrs. G. Royal, Mrs W. B.
Furgess, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. V
;,.r/',,:'' .: I them to Jacksonville and G. Small, Mrs. H. T. Herrin, Mrs. ?
: i J. B. Schumaker, of Miami, and Mr. Meredith Y
i .'. I' will leave Monday to M. G. Langford, Mrs. C. H. Berner, Y.. :
:', G. B. Clinch, of Tampa, were business Join them Mrs. M. H. Crouch, Mrs. MacDuffie, ...

i"" visitors here this week. I Mrs C. H. -Jones, and Mrs. Roy :_: ONE WEEK ONLY :.:

E. E. Kelley, A. W. Lawrence, Dr. Greene .. s .
, M. F. Tucker has returned 's' "
Mrs.

,. .;.. after spending several weeks In J.Finnegan W. Ezelle, A., W.Dr. Sias O. F., J.Schiffli E. Beard-, Fr. F. S. C. ALUMNAE TO ,:i.: A Few Of Our Many Bargains Listed Belo\vi:|

and West Palm Beach. l .
Stuart
s
sley, Keathley Bowden and Dave HOLD LUNCHEON AT

Alston attended the Civic Club luncheon INN TOMORROW NOON '
Rev. J. P. O'Mahler, of Jacksonville at Belle Glade yesterday re ;2 PRINTS SCOUT .!-

:,.. was a business visitor in Clew.
the Alumnae former .
- presenting Clewiston Kiwanis and students of
iston Tuesday and''Vednesday.. Club as one of the host clubs at the Florida State College Women who WORK SHOE !

(/:. Civic Club day at the Everglades are in Clewiston and neighboringtowns + 80( Square +.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich, of
, ', Fair. will meet tomorrow (Satur- :i: :;:
" ; Pahokee, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. F. '
.' day) at noon for an annual lunch- :: :=
! (;. i Trainor here afternoon. i $1Lq ;
Sunday JJ
''i:"i< .. F. M. Cleveland, assistant engi eon at the Clewiston Inn.. Y I 19c !

. :' neer of the Toucon Culvert Manu Miss Gertrude Balasok, who is
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f :; V. L. Richards, of Tampa, was
,: ';' .. facturing Association, left Wednes- alumnae chairman for several south i !
:j : the business visitors in Clew-' '
: among day for his home in Florida, counties is
,',; .-: Iston for several days this week. Cleveland, arranging the affair ,. OVERALLSHOSE .
;' .. Ohio, after spending several months tomorrow, and extends a general .:. .;""'
here in the interest of the associa Invitation to all former students OR :
Arthur J. McAvon and Carlyle
tion. He was accompanied far and alumnae of the Tallahassee
,'.' ,Aiken, accompanied by Mr. and Mr!:. as : -- Institution !
; E. A. Donabon of St. Petersburg, as Memphis by E. F. Bespolow] 1 to attend. : JUMPERSNAINSOOK! '

: .: were week-end visitors in Clewis l who is consulting engineer for the The luncheon will be 75 cents, *: Full Fashioned :i:

J i.":::' ,'; ton. Tri-State Culvert Manufacturing g and reservations are not necessary X
Company. Mr had : 98 .
Bespolow spennd C "'
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I Lieutenant George Kumpe a I several days here on business. 69 C. y
NOTICE y
It, his brpther, of Jacksonville are y

spending a few days here on business. Bob Patterson, James Harrington, Notice is :_!: ::
[ James Winn, Vincent Oglesby, Jack] hereby given that an y;

N. and Joe Wynn, James and Tommy voting election place will in be Special held at School the V usual Tax :::: BED SPREADS UNION SUITS:;:

N. E. Risk Jackson, of Aiken James Lang, Owen Winn' and District Number seven Hendry :

Peoria, Illinois, are spending several Ed Von Mach, all members of the County, Florida, on Tuesday the *

days here on business. They are connected Clewiston Boy Scout Troop spent 8th day of May A. D. 1934 for the j $1-39
f with the Caterpillar Tractor Saturday afternoon in Fort Myers purpose of electing three Special VV 39c Y Y

.' company. and took part in the Scout Jamboree I School Tax Trustees and for the Y

of the Royal Palm Council.!. Othersfrom purpose of: determining the amount Y Y

\ Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roberts, of Clewiston. attending the Jamboree of millage "tQ.,*)e assessed in said :i: 1 Lot HouseDRESSES :::

.:', ,' Atlanta, arrived here recently to reside were Arthur King, scoutmaster Special Ta" dlstrict for the next two
years. :i: Duck Head Covert ClothCome =i=
and are making their home at Roger Miller, assistant DREW HAMPTON '

:j the Watanabe Hotel. scout master and Mrs. Miller, Mrs. y
Chairman Board of Publict y
'Yi{ H. J. Oglesby, Miss Louise Oglesby, Instruction Hendry Coun- :;:. Fast Color PANTSs :::
Mrs. Roy Greene, Mrs. F. R. Max- Mrs. James Winn, Johnny Lucca I t ty, Florida.
'" ,'f'.i' ,"' well, Mrs. H. R. Hall and'Roy'' and E. R. Fontaine. ATTESTE. i '

;;,; \": Greene, Jr., spent Wednesday in L. STALLINGS, i
) ",'' i 45c
:; ;" West Palm Beach. BRIDGE CLUB MEETSMrs. Supt. Public Instruction. :. $1-39 'Y"'

'1':' :;/:':'" No. 21-Apr. 13, 20, 27, May 4, 11. Y:

,.;: ,:,:,.'. J. L. Eubard, of. Miami, representative H. 'R. Hall entertained her -- 'Y y
t", : of the Florida at their
Light and bridge club bi-weekly meeting y
,, Power Company, of Miami, ;'is spend-I'I'J at her home Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. Narrcr OP APPLICATION'Dra:D FOR TAX Y

ing Mr. a Eubard few weeks is here at the Inn. A. A. Munroe held high NOTICE IS HERDHY GIVEN, That =: See For Yourself j j's'
supervising construction and received the high E.
score prize A. SCIIUL.T. holder of Tax Certificate -
. of the ice depot here. and Mrs. D. G. Alston held the No. 945 946 7th day of "Sept. V
I A. D. 1931, has filed said certificate

,: N. \E. Nolan and H. L. Winder the lucky cut card prize.and was presented with in tax my deed office to and Issue'made thereon application in accordance for I : Greene's Dry Goods Co., Inc.. |

1\1. D. Moody and son, and Mr. and Guests were Mrs. Munroe, Mrs. with law. Said certificate embraces -- t ,

fj' Mis. Joe Flanins, of Milwaukee, Alston, Mrs. C. W. MacDonald; Mrs. perty situated the following in Hendry: described County, Flor pro +;. "Where Quality Meets Economy" :$_::

, formed a congenial party spendinga F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. I. M. Paffoid, Clewiston.ida. to-wit: Lots' 14.15 Block 378 : V :
:i: CLEWISTON FLORIDA fV
few days in Clewiston while on a Mrs. G. C, Poole/ and Mrs> W C. The, assessment of said property .Bin .
eIgh "s eing trip through Florida, Worth N der the said certificate Issued wag f In ': . ...... .. *
k ,. tiie nrunc of I", Feuchtlnser, II tt"W : H ww"Vw y r r y y tV

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I H o- I Events in the Lives of Little Men I D




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DISNEY EXALTED
NOT TEMPTED t : I / /i .

:: "Now, boys," said the teacher, "tell
"Did you ever think of going. Jntc P1 jr me the signs of the zodiac. You first,
motion pictures?'.' I = 1 rail fjJ I Flt Thomas." -'
Senator Sor-
"Never, answered __ "
"Taurus, the Bull.
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ghum. |j t -- vf--- .
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t ycopmenr T:4 "Ilight! Now, you, Harold, another.
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"But you must have had opportunities "" ,
one.
to do so." ,
"Cancer the Crab.
"I have gotten along so far without "Right again. And'now it's yourturn

being accused of using-my position for Albert." ,

gain. I'm neither handsome enough The boy looked: puzzled, hesitated -
for a hero nor homely enough to be
xa
moment and then blurted out,
funny. If I were to hOld a job in' the
"Mickey, the Iouse.-Boston. Tran
movies everybody would know offhand
script.
: It was through some kind of an in- -. -

: side pull."-Washington Star. .
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J Crude and Refined

LOOK OUT Martin:-Both these girls are the
daughters of millioimaires. Why Is
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it that one looks down on the other

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so?
>'..-. ::;:'
Gilbert-Because one's father made

his money in refined sugar, while

,,, > -i: :: :; the other's 'traded in crude oil. ',

\:.["
-.) _;The World

.. Bessie You said that you were goIng

.',: to encircle the earth before you
settled down. Do we have to wait

( = ; 7 .. so long before we marry?
Arthur-It won't take long. You're

t all the world to me.-Border Cities

(.:.. ., Professor Man belongs to the highest ) Star.
I
r-:.. order of animals./ What is the -

: .-... after next man lower? order that always\ '-comes -_ I- ;;2 :ii-iIW7 ALTOGETHER DIFFERENT


i. ; ,'. Stolid Pupil-Woman. ..

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Off the Subject .
"
': A negro was telling his minister e
wt that he had "got religion." ,

-;.;- "Dat's fine, brothah ; but Is you sure THE FEATHERHEADS TempoRisingCANT
'
: you Is going to lay aside sin?" asked -
:. the minister. \ \ ( I j '(ou <0PO l4 WPoi4'1' 'l'od HEAR \

r '. "Yessub. Ah's done it already." \ .. ZZ jz.1. JIIAT VoU ALL 1"HoSE CHORUS -Z '- \\2

;.: "An is you gwine to pay. up all yoh MEAN VbU CAM'T _ASSft4&_ ?
i'i: debts?" I V TANP THB Cb4OPAi..

;\ "Wait a minute, Pahson !r You: ain't f GAS_ -

,',' talking religion now-you is ,t lkin'
;
;; : bissness!1" : \ .
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I'..., A- Common Fate c ; "They say you turned down Mr.
Tight just because.he asked you how
r- "It Is a terrible thing," said the prisoner \ much "
4\ \, you could run a house on.
f' "to be known by a'number instead n//J .
: \ /5 "No; he asked me how little I,could
/ of a name and to feel that all my life "
run one.on .
I shall be an object of .\suspicIon .. '. I "
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,,-..;,among the police. : ,His Little Son fc
?' "But you will not be alone, my 'H Friend-Who does ;your little 'son \
t.;: : friend," replied the philanthropic visitor look like?
( "the same thing happens to

:- ; people J Happy Father-His eyes are mine,
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r;y: who own automobiles.. : the nose is my wife's and his voice,

'" I Double Grief LN' l\ < .. I think, he got from our auto horn.-
Chelsea Record.
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Hubby-Oh, dear, I ,vish I could gel \k -
hold of some of the fine biscuits like __ c
mother used to make for me. ( COMB OM Wowy dH ALL RKsHTl V414A1'SiHE W WHO SAID ANY The Better Plan ,

Wifey-And I wish I could get hold 14Y'RE S1AR1i/ BUT RIGHT AWAY MAR WITH llTKlMG- ABOUT IT Father-Johnny, come help m' dig

t of some of the fine clothes like father REHEARSALS ON I WAFJT TOl SA'( THE TEMPO f \ eEM| FAST OR these potatoes.

used to buy for me.First.Hand .- THAT CHORUS POM'T LLk'E .. (S IT TOO FASTSLoWjp| =nJsTOR Son-Aw, don't you think it wouldbe
NUMBER better if you'd do it yourself
THAT TEMPO/// Ibo SLOW ?
SAID You planted 'em. You know
I Information HAVt TO DIRECT 1E1EMPOJ where

I "You seem to know a lot about her IT VoU KNOW LIKE_ they are.

husband." _
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A-l Student
"More than she does. He's only been
- ; hers for six months .and. he was mine ? Teacher (explaining how' useful
three years.". 7 animals are to men)-Yes, man eats -
&z : the meat of animals; now, what does.

the 'I* .he do with the bones? .
; Best Camera Could. Do
Child-Puts them on the side of \
-. "And did he have the dentist take '
his plate-Wochenschau Essen.
'. : an X-ray of his wife's jaw?" .- ,

.'He'tried to, but all they could get
l was 'a moving picture." Not So Good ?
"I Neighbor-How is that incubator

Biggest Noise doiug which you bought? -
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"So Jim was the life of the party." / Mrs. Newbride suppose It's'all

"Yes! He was" the only one who right, but I'm a little worried aboutIt.
< < Western 'ewapaper Unton It hasn't laid
could talk louder than.the radio. a single egg yet-
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: Pathfinder Magazine. I
s-< OLD KNOCKER ti J

'r CONCLUSIVE "Well, son, you ought to be success- r ANOTHER PROOF I

-----,- ,---- -- ful. That's all you have been doing
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-- 'I I 11.1,1I since you started to college." THE FLAVOR

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Good Bag -
L-AElScTmS
t II '"Where can I get a license1"uA

hunting license?" asked. the

clerk."No, the hunting Is over, 1 want a A

I license to marry the girl I've caught.


:11' :1; No Cause for Pity .

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: : Explorer: -Have mercy on me.I -. C '
__ have a wife and, four children to feed.
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_.., _----t. ",. Cannibal-So h.a'e.I.. -
Worw-Sa there
Mr. Woodpecker, ..: ... 1
use the bell when you call. You are I .: :' 4 1 .
punching ours door full of holes. INFLATED"What's ] I II
Irate MotorIst-Blessed are the poor. i
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FrIend-Why do that? I ii
_-Ouch "Did your wife ever get the best of you say i
j L M.-For they have no automobiles
The treasurer a ladies' aid society your I
to keep tlum: broke.
went to the bank to deposit some "Yes; didn't she marry me?'

,money, remarking to the banker,
"Here is some aid money." Smart Lad Worth Half Rate

"The banker thought she said "egg" Business Man-Yes, I advertised for An Aberdonian had been visited or.

money, and responded enthusiastically, a boy about your size. Do you smoke? several occasions by the doctr- In "
"Well, the old hens did pretty good I" Applicant-No, thanks( but you can due course he received the bill. On

blow me to an Ice cream soda If you paying It he demurred over the
Wasted Word
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want to. amount.
"My old woman, she jaws an' Jaws.an J85 l\
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*'then jaws." the matter with Willie "It's right enough," said the doctor."I ::) I

""Really What. does she jaw about Qualified Duck?" paid s: ven visits to your home."
"She don't say." Everybody's "Father, when I graduate I am ,go- "Well, you see he was raised by Mrs. "I ken that," was the reply, "but on
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Weekly. Ing to follow my literary bent and Hen and till the ducks laugh at hIm the last visit I. cam oot tae the front -I
write for money." because his quack sounds like a cluck." gate when ye arrived."
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MAN NOT REAL One might find hundreds of such

; Stratosphere Balloon "models" in Nature, without havingto EvenCosmetics

TOOLINVENTOR go 'very far into the wild ; but in

, c..J' .", most cases man does not make an f| can't do this! .

exact: copy of the natural thing, but

I': / adapts it to his own individual re
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p )lo\IOoAI'G<'.v.-r-N'. ,,". ,,y.. Devices Almost All Copied .
::. !?:' :l.': !! W A -O "$ quirements.

From Nature. There are exceptions, however I

want'to show yoiu a couple of "mod Roo go,creams and powders only ,
: rt !i 'i.; els" which man has copied almost hidt complexion blemishes. They
MIido don't
get at ono of Its frequent,
When look Into box of WRITE FOR
1 : you : a car- exactly, without any modification to aps constipation. Flush the
r. ..: :> penter's tools and note the extraordinary speak of.Shoemakers. FREE bowels yourself with of the Garfield wastes Tea that and often rid

,, ..,, .. SAM PLE clog pores and result in ,'
'(n' t: < ) : variety of instruments contained blotchy
'i mH ::,i: \r7''; ;:'1\:}: :-m 1 t '' ) therein, do you wonder hpvv they all use a pair of special GARFIELD TEA CO.Brooklyn. erupted intornalbeantytreatment"complexion weekottbls will
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which'
.. ,, ,. pincers, are almost identical in astonlshyou.Boeintonlfht-PJa( '
+/<: <}:< >': ",'<<'. "," .. to of and ? New York ,
came thought designed or in tea bags at store
.. '. your drug
.'. \ and
I11llllILfJ : t' "h.'<<: '":''>'j',... \ shape design with the claws of
r" < '=: <'''' ., Necessity: as we know, is the mother -
:
dk.Y tJ : .
: ; .. '.: .'.:. .: the lobster, while on many a carpen-
/ >.t ,' : < ...', '.. of invention ; but, myself, I thinkit Li flI L i ,
ter's
< bench
Fji.J'w :'" /. today you will see a pair
; \ ',f ;gt Y: ;;: ;. '. ;" ." 'V more, than likely that man, In which, though larger; are shaped exactly .
L: his !
making tools to serve needs, tooka like '
the "pincers affixed to the
Rheumatism, Neuritis
,
Swollen Joints,
leaf-and leaf-out of
, a very big rear'' end of the common earwig.Truly Sprains and Backache quIckly'relieved..
Mother Nature's boolIan likes to Send lOc for sample Rellevpne. Tlelievena
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there is nothing new under Co., 700; Campbell Are., Detroit, Mich.
pride l himself on his constructive the !Craven
sun Hill, famous English -
ability: but the' question is-dId 'he scientist, in London Answers.Dr. .
OLD ,AGE PENSION: I INFORMATION
really Invent? Send stamp.
the JUDGE I.E1ULAN: Ilumboldt, Kan.
Let's have a look at world of i Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes

Nature and see how many of his : weak women 'strong. No alcohol. Sold t
iYk .v,h,, .k ideas were'! "oilglnal." I by druggists in tablets or liquid.-Adv.
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: "', PARKER'S
,:Picture to yourself a caveman-a I HAIR

big, strapping. brawny, but not very :. Know Any Older? I Removes Dandruff BALSAM-Stops Hair Falling

brainy specimen-looking at the A shimmering piece of cloth two Imparts Color and
... ., Beauty Gray and Faded Hair
v. ground and wondering how he can yards long and two feet wide, on display bee and$1.00 at Drapeists.
TT1"OT Ch<-m.Wkn..Pate homo.NT.
MaJo'
I best make a hole big enough to hide at A Century of Progress fair FLORESTON SHAMPOO
Kepnead captaven. Talk It Over. -Ideal for nse inconnectionwithParker'BHairBalsain.Make3the
the carcass'' of a goat which 'he has in Chicago, last year, Is said to be the
oldest bit of fabric in the world. hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or atdruz-
: Prepared hy National Geographic: Society. der that conditions there can be. ob. just pinched from a neighbqr'sabode. pina gists.Hiscoz Chemical Works,Patchogue,N.Y.
Washington. D. C.-WXO Servlco.WUiciv Pina cloth is made from fibers of the
served.
,: on the uorld's largest What he wants, of course, !Is a' pineapple plant In (the Philippine Is- WNU-7 14-34, >,
.7 : balloon which will be Stevens Has Experience.
spade, but since no one had yet been'cleyer lands and woven into the sheerest
. In the Geographic Captain .Stevens has
National
penetrated the '
': enough to invent a spade, ho fabric. This particular piece, a man-
'
, Society-United States lower levels of the stratosphere by air- Blessed Are the Meek
has to' do a bit of thinking Next tilla, is over one hundred years old.-
t4/ Army Air corps stratosphere: flights Is plane on numerous occasions and also "Here's one name on the com'mlttee
minute he mole Its Exchange.
sees a digging ,
I well under way, at the Goodj'earZeppelin has served as observer on a numberof way through the earth, and there, In that' I never heard of." : '

corporation's plant at Akron, army balloon ascensIons: During is ; Wasted Sympathy "Oh, that's probably the'person
the mole's paws, the very model
Ohio. The balloon makers will use his high altitude flying he has collected which he must How we hate to see. another man who actually does the \vorlc."-Trap-

" : two-and-a-third acres of cotton fabric much'scientific data. In a flight There Is his idea copy for a spade. All fooled, although he wants to be. pers Magazine. -

\ :;,', impregnated with rubber in constructing over Dayton, Ohio, in October, 1028, '

;5c:'; the bag, and it will have a capacity he reached an altitude of 39,150! : feet he needs now is a little constructive ,
, ability to run up a useful, tool for
\ and obtained the
_, of 3,000,000 cubic feet of gas. only complete recordof


{:.'. .,. .' earth shaped When, only like the partly balloon Inflated rises, it from will the be the America thermometer. "temperature showing readings gradient"on the ever same in madein day the fashioned digging.We can. most safely of presume his other that imple man eI 11/0 things n wanted D', '. -.:'\;...}:: ,.t'::.1t'' "


a gigantic exclamation region from ,the earth' the ments by studying, Ina similar fash- :
f" : to strato- : .' ... i
point with
lt
y the round :
;} ., gondola representing sphere. Other such"records of temperatures ion, the beasts of the field. ".. .and it was. all so simple when ,I found out ..
the
:; period. As the gondolaleaves from the earth to an altitudeof Few trades are older than the 'trouble. :My physician said I had no organic disease: : : : ::}

i/\. the ground, the top of the bag approximately' 80,000 feet, is one of carpenter's,. yet there were. perfect but I did have what is so commonly and truthfully "it!: l; :./ :)th. :,,<': J::
-will be 203 feet above it-approximately called a low of hemo-glo-bin in the blood. { :
percentage
: :t- the objectives of the 1934 ascents. chisels in existence long before these W' 1j JjJ

/; 'r ;/ ,the height of a 27-story office Such data: will be. extremely valuableIn tools found a place on the carpen- "The reasonableness of one of the S.S.S. ads caused { ) : ::::: ): ', -
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t : o building. When. the bag becomesspherical weather studies. ter's bench. me to think that S.S.S. Tonic was just! what I needed :;
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:.' in the thin air of the' stratosphere for my let-down feeling, pimply skin and low .rcsIst- 1 .
:,' .' .' .':.. it will be large enough to enclose Another project of importance will Four of the best chisels imaginable ance. I wanted more strength and,a clear skin. >f.i1\ ::;:1tti4:; I'
be ,the trapping of 'samples of stratosphere were-and are-to be seen in the
.5- J an 11-story building of normal "It didn't take S.S.S. very long to get my blood :>: ;
r- : air at several: levels., These jaws of the humble bunny or any
: height and of equal width. back up to normal-and ns my strength and energyreturned _Ij)
:;, :" specimens will be analyzed and studied rodent. And-mark t.hIs-they ,are skin cleared "
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, The assent, in which It Is hoped to chisels'than my up. ,
later much serviceable
in physical and chemical laboratories more
;'' / reach the highest point to which it of' our man-made imitations because If your condition suggests a tonic of this kind, try \1,,:..::::::.:: t')>:::::: :Wrk
any ,
;. ,, is practicable for .a ,balloon to lift a S.S.S. It is not just a so-called tonic but a tonic specially :
,, '.: .' will The preliminary "agenda" for scientific they won't wear. out. The designed to stimulate gastric secretions, and
man be made in the United
data: to be ,collected during the more' use they get the sharper they also having the mineral elements so very, very necessary .
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States. The purpose of the flight is to '"
ascent contains 14 other items varying become. in rebuilding the oxygen-carrying hemo-glo-bin <
i.i. .' 1l/ clear problems of the upper air that from high level photography and the If only our chisels did the same! of the blood. cr I
,...' s" .!' are still puzzling to science. It is estir found 'llllift ..:
: ./:.>..', r mated that it will ascertainment of the electrical condition 'I'heorld's earliest m.en' must S.S.S.( value has been proven by generations of.use,
rise to a height of of the air at various levels, ,to have got;quite a lot of Ideas as a re- as TV ell as by modern scientific. ,appraisal. Sold by al. outtrouble" f Will

:,',,.:., ../.s.: more than 15 miles above sea l level cosmic'' ray' studies and efforts to de- sult of studying the beaks of ,birds. ,drug stores .:.in two convenient sizes. .the larger is my l@tt

- The first ascent will be made --In rmine* ozone concentration.. The The long, slender, delicate bills of more economical. The s.S.S. Co. JWWP":

June by Capt. Albert \V. Stevens, mysterious ozone layer of the upper the snipe and woodcock are perfect i :::fft.;.:' ::':':

i'" ., ,noted aerial observer and photographer air which some scientists assert Is all examples of natural forceps, enabling

., of the army air corps, who conceived that saves life on the earth from destruction their owners to pick up tiny objects One Way or Other Long and Short
the project, and Maj. William Kepner by ultra-short light Is from the soft mud in which they
; f}':':;... 'balloon rays Why do little birds in'their nests Son-Dad, what's a monosyllable?
expert of the air .
army corps. thought to lie far above the highest 'feed. '
;. ? Dad-A long term for a short
agree
:;'>,.', If this flight is successful, the same point that can be reached by a manned Compare these beaks with, the '
have to fall out. word
they'd
They or my son.
balloonists will' make a second ascenr ,balloon. It Is hoped, however, that evi- "modern" surgical forceps used In

. ,',' ., '. in September, In. order to check: observations dences of an Increasing ozone contentof our big hospitals today and-well, \

-, .- ? under similar conditions. the air can be detected 15 miles up. cleanliness apart, there is not: so very

. <. ', Scientists to Give Aid. In order to house the many Instru- much difference.The .

: To advise In regard to the scientiGc [ ments and, automatic.recordiIlg devices broad bills of the ducks make THUS CROSS TELLS YOUIt

.'- -,. plans and equipment, and to direct that will be taken aloft, the balloon excellent spoons, while the crow can

. ?- .' : studies of the data ,collected Dr. will have attached to it a spherical boast' of fine, "pickaxes,'.' constructedso Means ''the REAL ARTICLE '

!,." Gilbert ,Grosvenor? president of the gondola of light metal, eight feet as to stand any amount of wear

'NatIo Geographic society, has formed four inches, in diameter., This diameter and tear. v

;: : a' committee of outstanding American is one foot and a third greater than Then ''the fish-eating birds, who Q W

'.' / scientists. 'Its members are': that of the gondolas used by Pro- have given man 'a large, number of GENUINE Of BayerManufacture

> :' I ", fessor Piccard and Commander Settle useful "tips." The heron's long beak ::
Dr. Lyman J. Briggs( director United .
;/ States bureau of standards chairman and will provide a cubic. capacity more would naturally suggest the spear' ASPIRIN E

; than twice while the crooked beak of the merganser -
; : as great.The
;:, ,: : Dr. F. V. Coville, United States Department -
Instruments, many them de- a diving bird, provides a per- '
, of Agriculture .Gen. Oscar
. ;: : .Westover, assistant. chief; United signed and modified by Captain' Stevensas fect model of a "hook." When you go to buy aspirin, Remember this for your own ,
.;: a result of trials altitude Again, ,suppose you wanted tomal.e
during high
( friends
States Tell
' Army'Air corps ; Capt. R. S : ( Just 'remember'. this: Every protection. your
-':'>: '\ .Patton,' flights, ,will be largely automatic, a paddle for a canoe you had.
... director United States coast tablet of real aspirin of about it for their protection.
built, what better source of inspira-
: .: : leaving observer and pilot free to take
'' and geodetic survey ; Dr.Y.. F. G. manufacture is Demand and
Bayer :
tion could wish than webbed
up the 'activities In the 'gondolathat you the
; Swann, Dartol Research many
foundation '
,': i 0 Franklin will' require attention. A number feEt of the gulls and ducks? stamped with this cross. No get Genuine ',
institute
Swarthmore, Pa. ; Qr wanted to make tablet without this cross is BayerAspirin.*
::- Dr. Floyd K. Richtrajer; department of tiny cameras, using motion-picture suppose you a

= of physics, Cornell, university, and film, will automatically and tirelessly"read" pair of snowshoes, so that you wouldbe GENUINE Bayer Aspirin.Safe .

.." 'member research council, American dials and clock faces simultaneously able to walk: across.snow without relief for headache, colds, sore throat, >o

. '.. I Association for the Advancement: oft at frequent Intervals. sinking into it; you could, surely, get pains of rheumatism and neuritis, etc. '
I. a pretty good idea of what Is wanted
Science; Dr. Charles E. ,K. Mees, 'director Kepner's Fine Record
\ from watching hbw the webbed feet Aspirin Does Not Harm the Heart
\4 Genuine Bayer MEMBER N.R.AIWhy
!rt research laboratory, Eastman Maj. William E. Kepner, who, will .
of some ,of the wading birds enable
Kodak company.; Dr, Charles F. ,Marvin pilot' the stratosphere balloon, Is one :
.- them to walk soft mud with
, chief of United States'weathC'r of the outstanding balloon pilots of the : over per-

. bureau and Dr.. John Oliver La Gorce United States. army. He served In the fect ease !
The valiant gentlemen of the Middle -
National
Suffer with
,..., Geographic society. World war In the Infantry and 'was

..., ., The huge balloon to be used in the decorated. by both the American/ ; and:: ages suit .who of mail Invented, no. less and perfectedthe than the Skin Troubles When

. ascents will have a gas:capacity five Frencn armies for exceptional services.lie rQ
modern,. designers of the war-time
'lot(' '.. times that of the bag In which Commander holds four medals: Legion of "tank," doubtless prided themselveson vQt Cuticura Ointment '

'1 Settle established: his 11-mile Honor, Croix de Guerre' with Palm, .
So soothes and
their cleverness.
effectively
record 'last November; and .nearly Distinguished Service Cross, and Good '
: States But what about the, crab, and the heals. Red rough skin sore, '
: : thee-and-a-half, times th'at'of the Soviet Conduct Medal. United Marine '
lobster or-If want land animal itchingburni.ngfeetchafings
you a :;
:,, ../, balloon which In September rose near- ,corps. lIe has been an officer of the ,
Illustration
', ",; ly 12 miles above the earth. air corps since 1920. and holds the as an -what about I chappings rashes, irritations, cuts and

:,:>!;.t : The exact point at 'which the bal aeronautical ratings of airplane pilot;, the armadillo, that strange-looking, burns areqttIcalcly relieved and healed by applications -
South American mammal whose fat,
' :' loon will take to the air has not'been airplane observer airship pilot' and Is of Cuncnra Ointment. No household
squat body entirely encased In
a
.':. ': '. selected but it will probably be In the ballpon pilot and observer. horn-like covering '"suit of mail"that 1,19 should be without it. I II

:';;.; northern great; plains region. Such a He was winner of both the national defies almost anything but the, I Price 2Se and SOc
:1 : :'" choice It Is pointed, out, will give ample and the International balloon races In Proprietors: Potter Drug & Chemical Corp., Malden Mass.
end of
:, business a pickax.
.(: room for drift to the northeast. 1928, receiving: the Litchfield trophy

" r ';; :;'- east; southeast and a landing fn and the King Albert of Belgium,trophy.

f';: ;, open country, so that the bag can'be He was 'a 'classmate of Commander

." :J\ .::. salvaged. \' Rosendahl of the Los' Angeles, and of

'} :'. : : The completed plans for the flightsare Commander Settle for three years' at CENTS A PACKET IS ALL YOU PAY

-;;.;: due to the efforts of Captain Lakehurst. Major Kepner holds 'a PUREBRED

.' .,' Stevens, .who has gathered data dur- naval certificate as rigid, airship pilot. 5 FOR F IE" JO O W ?

r', lag the past eleven ,months directed He served on the Los Angeles as. assistant VEGETABLE

<"', toward the ,use In stratosphere! flights navigator and received train :

f-" of the argest' balloon:which It Is prar.t < ing from the German Zeppelin crew., .

tlcable to construct,. ,and an ascent He commanded the RS-1 semI-rigid SEEDS

;'-+ to the highest point to which It Is oe- airship In 1927-1928.. and was the first

lleved'posslble for man to rise In a' gas to pilot 'an all metal airship In 1929.

bag, with hope of a' safe landing. The Captain Stevens has made Innumer- AT YOURNEIGHBORHOOD --

mere attainment of altitude, however, able high altitude' photographs, some STORE rP1 : c Every packet dated

Is not a primary object of the ascents. 'of them by the use of infrared rays,

t, It Is desired to reach the greatest, attainable showing mountain peaks more. than 4

height above the earth: In n. 800 miles from the 'camera.

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"AGE RIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1034.

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TO HAVE ICE CREAM STAND too. The scale is perfect one- till he should, pay the debt.; "Forgive us our delfts, as we forgive ,

LaBelle -- eighth inch to the foot and it is to So when his fellow servants saw our debtors And that this was I I

Mrs. Walter Hough is responsible be exhibited at the fair. Major said what was done, they were very sorry meant seriously by him Is shown !
for the renovation of the arcade they were just a pair of chisellers, and came and told unto, their not only by the way in which he
News ItemsDrunken room which was the former site of with the added remark that he lord al\ that was done. Then his drew attention to this petition in his ;

Hendry's Grocery Sto!e. Mrs. Hough might as well say it first before I lord, after that he had called him, comment on the prayer, but also i,
plans to install an Ice Cream stand. got around to it. said unto him, 0 thou wicked ser- in the solemn words with which he. \i

Driving, SlajiiifC By way of experiment Mrs. Hough Speaking( of Major Collins, we I vant, I forgave thee all that debt enforces the duty in the parable. The I\ '

Reckless, Driving Possession plans to purchase her cream from are all looking forward to the tea because thou desiredest me: shouldest lesson conveyed by this parable is
Of Pistol Punished by Court Fort Myers. If the business warrants -I scheduled in honor of Lieutenantand not thou also have had compas- that we owe to our fellow creatures

:she: will install ,freezing equip- Mrs. Selee and the lieutenant's sion on thy fellow servant, even as I forbearance and forgiveness |las a

'An axe murderer a drunken driver ment at a later date. mother, Mrs. Ira Selee-, which the had pity on thee? and his lord was matter of absolute justice: that, as
Major and Mrs. Collins God in Christ has forgiven us, we
givingat
are
wroth and delivered him to the tor-
two reckless drivers and a gun
TAYLOR ENTERTAINS
MRS.
forgive
the Inn on the seventeenth. And are bound in like manner to
mentors till he should all that
toter were arrested by Sheriff II. CLUBThe pay
L. DeLaney during the past week that's the first time I knew just was due unto him. So likewise shall them.

and with the exception of tho mur- Saturday Bridge Club"met how the lieutenant spells his name.Don't my heavenly Father do also unto The Bible says much about the
forget that it's up to you you, if from hearts forgive love of God, but the serious thing
H. ye your
derer were sentenced by Judge
at the home of Mrs. A. L. Taylor
A. Rider Monday morning. all to decide when you want to have i not every one his brother their tres I is that it says also so much about I
I last week. Those present were Mrs. tho
engineer dance being plannedto II his wrath.
Last Wednesday, John Harmon,i H. L. DeLaney, Mrs. Carl E. Royer. celebrate the 5 per cent returns. passes.
colored, attacked another negro :Mrs. E. L. Rogers, Mrs. Frank May fifth has been When Peter suggested seven timesas

Paul Jackson, with an axe, cutting Dougherty, Mrs. Gordon Perry and gested. Let Conally tentatively Nail know sus-if the limit he no doubt thought he
him seriously. Jackson lived four Misses Edna Dreyer Madge Hull .exceedingly generous. He was
have other
you any date in mind.
days dying Sunday night at 10 o'- and Edith Magill. First and second: Notice to the far surpassing the teaching of the!!
clock. Harmon had been apprehended prizes were taken by Misses Edna Lucie men on the St. rabbis who said forgive only three!
job-Tish lost
her frat the
pin
on an assault and. battery charge Dreyer and Madge Hull respect- times. But Jesus gave him to understand -:,
clay we were over there. If findit
you '
and was arraigned on a charge of ively. that there is.no limit to the
please give it to Bill to
bring
forgiveness which is required of al I
murder and bound over till the next
home
when he comes. Her
term of Circuit Court. The fight A CORRECTIONIn nameis Christian. It isi not a matter of I
engraved on the back R. L. Hal-
took place at Watson's tie camp. "How often" at all. A follower of I
penny. Pin is Kappa Beta Phi the
,
Sunday morning J. H. Navarre, a this column last week it was K in pearls. Christ should have a forgiving spirit :,

range rider for the government, was stated that Mr. and Mrs. R. N. :Mil- Notice to all the men I panned .in I which will manifest itself when- }
driving a car while under the influence ler and Mr. and Mrs Frank Davis the last Iollum-thank for ever occasion icquires. As God for-
you taking -
of intoxicating liquors and fished Lake Trafford on > Sunday. those remarks gives a man truly and freely when i
so peaceably.
collided with a truck driven by Mrs. The fishing trip ,was on Wednesday. Some of them were mean and I ever he really repents, so we should !
ap-
forgive our fellow. We should not
Kennedy Carson on Road 164 about
preciate, your accepting them in the
,
eight miles south of LaBelle. Ar- t harbor a spirit of resentment even if I
CASTLES IN THE GLADES spirit of fun which prompted, them.
raigned in Judge Rider's Court Mon- j one who has wronged us does not
,
You know, engineers are pretty nice !
day morning he paid fine and costsof lUed'from repent. However a complete and I
.lConti 1) people.
page I
$115.12. I I satisfactory forgiveness presupposesan XOTICU OF AIM-MC-ATION FOR TAt( 'r.,
I made Sally's eyes open wider and acknowledgement of the wrong. DKCD '
Sunday morning a carload of ADVERTISE< FOR BIDS I I ,
wider-it was about then that Tish
Luke 17:3-4, "If thy brother;
says HEREBY GIVEN ThatE.
young people from New York passed and I realized that this was Sally's :FOR SODDING LEVEE NOTICE IS 'tax Certi-
of
trespass against thee, rebuke him; j A. SCHUL.T. holder
Miss Lucillia Van'Horn, County first trip aboard a dredge and that i and if he repent, forgive him. And ficate No. 818. 7th day of July.
Nurse, on U. S. 25 near the Goober Moore Haven Democrat) I )i A. D. 1930, has filed said certificate
she getting tremendous kick
a
was if ho trespass against thee seven | in office and made application for
I
Turkey: Farm. Miss Van Horn says The U. S. Engineers office in ] my in accordance -
out of the experience. Captain Wat- times in a day, and seven times lax deed to issue thereon
at.
that the car was travelling a Jacksonville will receive with law. Said certificate em-
bids
son was, as usual, the perfect host until in I
a day turn again to thee, braces the following described property -
reckless speed but that when she making you welcome and then letting April 20 for the sodding of approximately saying, I repent; thou shalt forgive I situated in Hendry County, Flor-
drove into LaBelle the car was you alone to bum about and one mile of the hydraulic; hi Ill." 'I ida, to-wit: Lot 11 Block 172 Clewiston.
in front of the Court House I levee The assessment of said property under -
parked northwest of Moore
Haven. j
enjoy yourself as you wish. Inspector I' Jesus illustrated the said certificate issued was in
and the five occupants were seatedon Frank Keith was ill in the hotelin All material, labor and equipment forgiveness "by the name of :Mrs. J. E. Frederick.
the prisonersof the parable of the king and the two I Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
the steps already necessary to sod crown and slopes
Stuart, having a bout with Ole according to law, tax deed
the Sheriff. In court Monday Demon Malaria, and when we went with Bermuda St. Lucie or other ;: servants, one forgiving and the other i will Issue thereon on the 23rd day of
morning the driver paid a $20 fine. unforgiving, in which he makes April A. D. 1934.
grass approved by the
back to town looked him Contracting
we up God's forgiveness of ourselves de- Dated this 23rd day of :March A. D.
Cy Crews was also arrested for and found him looking pretty whip- Officer must be furnished by the 1934.
reckless driving Sunday morningand contractor. Sods pend on our displaying a forgiving WILLIAM T. HULL,
are to be placedin
but .
ped, slowly recovering.Then
disposition toward those who sin (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court,
paid a fine of $5. on to the Alice. I believe continuous parallel rows two Hendry County. Florida.No. .
against us. He teaches us to pray, 18 :Mar. 23, 30, Apr. 6, 13, 20.
Clarence MacRay colored, of I mentioned that her master is a feet apart and parallel to the cen-

Clewiston was arrested, for illegal brother of Captain Watson of the ter line of the levee. The roots are I --

possession of a pistol and after Congaree. Inspectors Brown and to be covered with at least two II

.- pleading guilty before Judge Rider Hugh Howell were aboard workingoh inches of dirt and tamped as dir I

i, paid a $30 fine. so hard; and we relieved them ected.
while they rested-inspecting the I This contract calls for approxi- TeachersYou

WOMAN'S COMMUNITY CLUB I Alice from stem to stern, and dem- mately 2890 square yards per 100

I PLANS, PARKWAY CLEANUPAt onstrating to Sally that although j I linear feet or 150,280 yards in all.

there was no dirt flying about the

, the April meeting of the Wo- dredge really was digging. I think unbap (bOOII! can earn several hundred dollars this

\ man's Community Club, Tuesday af- she had an idea that a dredge dis- summer, and you can secure a better position anda
:, ternoon, Mrs. E. L. Rogers was appointed posed of dirt something like her lit- V .
:- to-take charge of hiring a tle dog scratching it out in front 1LeScft larger salary for the coming year. Complete information -

:, crew to clean up the parkway along and kicking it out behind. The S will be mailed on receipt of a three ,

.;, Bridge Street to the Court House. Alice has the neatest Fairbanks- !
: cent stamp. Send for it today-
: In the past the Club has planted Morse diesel you ever saw, all in For April 15th., 1934. J

t: several trees along ,this street and black and white enamel: like a gas (Compiled by Moore lla\en- Rural Schools and City Schools V ,Y I I

{. hopes to keep up the beautificationwork. I Ii. range. Religious-Literary Society) Summer Work and School Year Positions
And in case you don't realize

r I what a big boat a 24 inch dredge Subject: Jesus Teaches Forgiveness. Continenta.lTeacher's
,
DUNN & BRADSTREET MAN must be, let me mention again that .

REPORTS GAIN IN BUSINESS the Alice and the Congaree put together -. Golden Text: Forgive us our Inc.
Agency
DUE TO CWA FUNDS would just about make her. debts::;, as we forgive our debtors," ,

Whatever else you miss, don't miss Matt. 6: 12. 1830 Downing St., Denver, Colo.
\ A slight increase in volume of seeing the Gulfport when she ar- Lesson Text: Matt.. 18: 21-35. Coders the ENTIRE United States

business due to circulation of CWA rives on the job. I'll let you know Time and Place of Lesson: Au-

money was the report of R. T. Pot- later where you can find her.. tumn of A. D. 29 ; Capernaum. "Thanks for sending me so many good positions to apply for,

ter, representative of Dunn and Since that trip, Inspector Brown Practical Truth: We cannot gain over 30 during the first five days I was enrolled.-An ,Illinois

Bradstreet on his regular visit to has been transferred to the Arundel i or keep the favor of God, unless we teacher:

LaBelle this week. job, as Collins had been a week be- I have a forgiving spirit.

Mr. Potter states that while there fore; Inspector Ewell is taking Survey of the Lesson: After Guttering SCHOOL OFFICIALS---We can put you in touch with the

has been no great gain in business Brown's place on the Alice. the warnings against causing very finest teachers. Our service is free to you.

over the last :year what gain there Back at the locks we had a pleas- others to stumble Chrrist gave dir-

has been has been largely due to ant visit with the engineer in chargeof ections concerning an offending bro- -- ,-- ,----------
the money circulated by the CWA. the job, E. F. Tippetts from the J-her. Then Jesus gave to his disciples "
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< The principle difference stated Mr. Jacksonville office; son of one of this promise; "Again I say unto I e1" ::-: : : : : :-:-:-?: : : : : :: : : : :?: : :"-:NNNN-0. .-:.-: : : : : :: :N: : .NNNNNN. . .II"

t Potter, is that last year most bust my best friends and a greatly-be- you, that if two of you shall agreeon ; --. _

V iness was done on credit and this loved woman I Katherine B. Tip- earth as touching any thing that :! I" / I ::

year the transactions have been for pets of St. Petersburg. Every club they shall ask, it shall be done for ?. .f
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cash, allowing the merchants to pay woman in the state knows, admiresand them of my father which is in hea- : I

their bills more regularly thus improving loves her, and those who read ven. For where two or three are

their credit.ACCEPTS t this Kollum will be very glad to gathered together in my name, there j ; CLEWISTON 6OLFI j

know that her health has- greatly am I in th midst of them."

CHALLENGE improved. The printed part of today's lesson I

Whoopee and a couple of hoorays is-"Then came Peter to him, and !i J

I Dubbing ,C. J. Kirk's letter as a Just had a wire from Jo that said, Lord, how oft shall my brother COURSE

"doubtful and diffuse diatribe"' she and Sweet Pea will be back I sin against me, and I forgive him? .

Josiah H. Fitch of Fort Myers, Crib- tomorrow, driving down with my I I Till seven times? Jesus saith unto !

\ bage ,Champion of all points northof cousin, Fleda V. Hughes, of Miami.I_ him, I say not unto thee until seven ..J': i
the Harlem River" accepted the (Tomorrow is Thursday-these effusions -| times: But until seven times seven. ... .. A.-Ah

.-; "dimly discerned" challenge this are always written on Wed-1 I Therefore is the kingdom of heaven :!:

o week. Mr. Kirk answered immediately nesday.) And WILL I be glad to I,|'likened unto a certain king, which r ::: _. :::

\, setting the date of the games see them! i i j 1 would take account of his servants. ';' .:. J
at April 12th. The down and And when he had begun .... '
play will be at Well, let's calm get to reckon] I ;' --. <:' HJ
the, Fitch home in Fort Myers. back 'to Stuart. Soupy Elliott was'' one was brought unto him, whichowed J Iy:: I

I also in'sick bay with an infected him ten thousand talents. But

J r REMODELS CAFE I hand which looked pretty bad, but I for as much as he had not to pay, i to the Pubic l lIy
1 hear that he is now back on the his lord commanded him to be sold Open
; J. O. Davidson has been busy the and his'wiCe and children, and ali

0 past week remodeling the exterior job.After Tish and I had dropped that he had and payment to be .. ..
; \ of the .Davidson Cafe on Bridge Sally at her apartment and were made. The servant therefore fell :' -- .::.

Street. When completed the build- about ten miles this side of Stuart, down, and worshipped him, saying I I 'y,' ,z.I .
ing will have the appearance of a a car waved us to a stop and a gentleman I Lord, have patience with me, and I

,..cement structure. and his wife wanted to will pay thee all. Then the lord of I :: Ah4}.. ::

know when they would reach In-, that servant was moved with compassion z !I'..
,I"I SEVEN CARS IN WEEK diantown. We told them that they and loosed him, and forgave ::: .. I .i..i.I
".' had Indian- him the debt. But the .. I i X?
gone right through same servant .:. I :
V'4' During the past week the LaBelle town on their way\ from Okeechobee went out, 'and found one of his fell..
Motors have :: Moderate Green Fees
averaged ax car a day, City, and they were very much low servants, which owed him an I
/ E.1.. Cornette, salesman has astonished, not having seen either hundred pence: and he laid handson
been a busy man and has him :: Exceptional Fairways, 'I ::
convinced town or Indians.The and took him by the throat I
5: V ,seven people that the V-8 is"the best most interesting thing I saw saying, Pay me that thou owest. And :: Interesting Greens *
car to buy. ;
Included in the seven in Clewiston yesterday was the i his fellow servant fell down at his s t
new Fords are two I .;. I :z: ,
dump trucks sold hurri- feet, and -
to the plaster-of-paris' model of the besought him, saying, Have 'z. i ._. ".z
Latham .
! Construction Company .' cane gate being chiselled out by patience with me, and I will pay I,
i! ;: of Clewlston and sedan MId l\ Mfi Hoover and Major Collins, and a. thee all. And be would not: but

f!)" tu Doctor O., E, Weaver, I pretty job they were nwKlag: of U, went out and cast him Into prison, -..-..", t -<.. .;--t': 'K" -"' ''.'':'ff'1' ''i'--'' '''''''''ojoojo.j;II .



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