The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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'\ .' BRIDGE TOURNEY. LEVEE CULVERTSWork I| ty Marjorie CB. WallaceBehold STATE FUNDS :r.

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how far do spread the lived, visiting Mr. and Mrs A. L.
the structuresof
The duplicate contract on drainage The
ramifications of simple Kollum! Taylor the Boyds week-ended Hendry county school board, :
., :/ which holds sessions at the the Lake Okeechobee federal our ; at
Prom a distant city came the ar- Buckingham-station, not palace at a special session held in LaBelle :
:>;'g; Clewiston Inn each Monday night, project is making satisfactory pro-
. .:':;..'.; has reached its half-way mark, and gress, the first concrete having ticle printed elsewhere in this paperon -with Jimmie's parents; Tish Wednesday evening, adopted resolu- -1'

( an auditing of the scores shows a been poured this week on two drain- the origin of our castle ensign, cashed Ralph's check and beat it for tions which expressed the determi-
accompanied by appreciative and West Palm Beach, which he nation of its members ":
an plain- to "demand ,
. preponderance of ladies in the lead.'g. age culverts, both located in Glades .
; county. The culverts are part of cordial letter, both written by a tively complains is getting to be a that it be paid the full amount of
chief interest is the standing
Of the contract of the C. Y. Thomason man who asks that his name be habit. The Wardwells are hopingto money due or to become due to it '
the first seven
East-West players,
y 1': of neither printed or mentioned to move this Saturday into a brand- under the provisions" of Chapter
Company and are known as Num-
held ladies
i yrrW: places being by anyone. And that silence is the new house being rushed to comple- 16118, Laws of Florida, Acts of
ber 1 located near Diston Island
: rank in the ,
)1: the three gentlemen hardest thing I have ever had im- tion by Mr. McClure, who is also 1933. The act referred to is a spe-
Pumping station and Number 5 located
Three were
/ places. men
':. three low ; posed upon me, because he is one landlord, and rumor hath it that cial act, introduced by Representative .
north of Moore Haven at Nic-
in the North-
:"'fl'7", .. more successful of those Castles who, having "ar- Mr. and Mrs. Arch Hodges will i Burchard and passed by'the
In each
odemus Slough. the
and hold first sec case
division ,
::.s1.f. South rived," may go anywhere and do move into the other new house next : 1933 session of the legislature,
base of the lakeside headwall
);? fourth and again con-
........ ond and places, difficult anything they please-a colonel in which provides that the school
sidered the most of the
;,Tif"::'*i, three Five men sessions bring up have the been rear.played, tire culvert, has been completed suc-en- the U. S. Army Engineers for years, door.All corrections cheerfully made board shall receive from the race

cessfully.The and that corollary of an officer, a Paddy Ryan's name is Edward, track money allotted to Hendry
, five remain to complete the
:; Thomason which gentleman. ,His letter will be one not William. Not that it makes county an amount sufficient to '
/: :. second duplicate tourney of the
'.'':. winter here. Interest has been has contracts for all drainage cul- of my prized possessions always. much difference, as far as I can bring the total revenue of the school

-. maintained devotees of dup- verts on the lake except one of the Although he gives me permission to see, because nobody calls him any- board for the year up to $50 per

among eastern end of the project, has edit or rewrite his article, it is so thing but Paddy. But just in case pupil. The matter has come up for
; licate play, as is evidenced by the ? '
: twenty players qualified at the completed the dipping vat which entirely interesting that Mr. Bow- you want to write Vim a check, or I action now because the first of the .
den grants us extra space to printit anything. race track funds, a payment of $1-
was erected at Clewiston for the
4 close of five weeks' play. Two others -
in full.: 500
/ L. C. Sturgess and A. M. Ellis,. purpose of treating steel pipe to be Something well worth reading: was received by the county
The most important news of this "God I clerk in LaBelle Saturday from a
both East-West players have not used on the contract. The processof Save the Church" by David -

played in a sufficient number of dipping was begun this week, week to me has been the illness of Carl Colony, in the February Harpers distribution made by ComptrollerLee

sessions to qualifiy for prizes. each piece of steel being dipped the little daughter-in-law, with flu Magazine. A searching and on February 1st. ._

. The standings of the players at separately into the bituminuous and complications. I have been thought-provoking article. The difficulty between the two

: the close of_ the half-tourney are: compound for the purpose of pre- pulling a Florence Nightengale and An absolutely coal-black kitten boards over the distribution centers :

.kr; North-South First Ten Pet.W : serving it. Only one vat has been hence have not been able to travel has adopted our house; that is sup- in the fact that the bill providing '

7,.'V..r..:L. *. M. Redelsheimer.....__...__........6.5 I established by the company and about much for items, but next posed to bring good luck. So what for the scchools to receive: a portion -

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{"., :,..... ,: Irma Smith .__...._.....__..___.......... 5.5 I ported to the various locations for sections of the work and the per- I cent? And here's a profound fin- bill affecting only Hendry county -
' w-" J. Beardsley m..mmm.... 4. 'rise in the culverts.Community "onnel thereof which have not so ancial analysis of the situation; fifteen and legal authorities have pointed -

!"O$1I-....... .,:.., Elta Prewitt ..._mm..m.m....... 2.75// far received much public attention. I percent cut of your original out that all bills similarly drawn

:.: .";.' Ruth Beardsley ......................_ 2.4 Will Rogers usually prefaces his salary comes to over seventeen anda and: passed have, when tested in ',

:.\: "':. Lucille Downs .......m..m..m 1.3 Church pithy remarks with "Well,, all I half percent raise of your pres- court, been declared v id. The Hen- .:

:_ it Mark Lawler ... .5 know is what' I read in the papers." ent salary, so you'll get back (may- dry county bill nas not been subjected ;

ti t,. J:: W. C. Prewitt ;........:;..:.::.::::::- :.87 Observes "YoungPeople's But where our work, is concernedyou be) more than you- .lost. Some of to test. '.

'i; ::,.: Bob Smith --..............................-1.5 will be wise not to "know" even these days- At the regular meeting of the -
.x ; S Eat;: -"\Vq-t; : F44>t Ten Pct.Mari \ Day""Young what you read in the papers, un- Have you ever stopped to countup board of county commissioners .;:

..: 'w,,.,.:-..: Williams .m____....._.......... 7.87 less it is plainly stated to be offic- the government babies born here- held Tuesday, the school board and .:,

::,"; :N.. Agnes Thomas .....................__... 7.7 ial news. Government men are not abouts since the job started? We a delegation of interested citizens -

Mrs. William Lockhart ............ 6.7 People's Day" was appropriately supposed to talk out of turn, but have been doing our duty by Uncle appeared and requested 'a statement '

Dorothy Lockhart ..................... 5.2 observed at the Com- once in a while one of them does, Sam and adding continuously new from the county commissioners as '1.
Evelyn Shelley .. 4.9 munity Church with special services with results both inaccurate to the : citizens to the state. In a couple to their intention in regard to disbursement r
.. Dorothy Sathre _..._m..m.......... 3.17 conducted entirely by the two public and embarrassing to those of years there should be good material of the race track funds. ..

',,',-" ', ..', ..f';D..,.Marguerite. Alston ...... ......;....... 1.33 younger groups Sunday evening. A in charge. of.-'the-,' .work.,_.. .: .So let'- me' 'I for a. kindergarten,: which" IIiope C E. Miner, of Clewis'rw, a mem- .,
beautiful I
i and ;
. '' _. James Riviere ...000..m.-2.7 impressive part of the once again state with emphasis that Mrs. 'Fred'1'latiders will or- ber of the school board, acted as .F

E. H. Latham, Jr .................._.-5.25 service was the candle-lighting ceremony rumors are constantly afloat which ganize especially for engineer's spokesman for the school officials, 2

R. M. Sands ...............__.........._-6,63 in which the young people's are in part or wholly untrue, and children. I surely don't know of in explaining the need of the J ,
L. C. Sturgis, E-W, plus 6.5, and II groups, both new organizations, ded- that only such news as is given out anyone to whom I would more schools for the money Drew Hampton r \

A. M. Ellis, E='W, plus 4-5, have not icated themeslves to the cause of by headquarters is to be given cred- cheerfully and confidently entrust chairman of the school: board, .;' .

enough to qualify. Christian education.: From a lighted ence. As far as my own rambling the early training of our' own Sweet asked for some definite sum to be
I candle placed in the .
.J'.J'played center ot the
remarks are concerned, I have I paid the schools as fast as the

; altar the young people, led by Rev. either permission or actual personal I Pea.The Canal job is beginning to money came in, .the school board
r City Fire I Furgess as speaking head of the local I '
Equipment Dee
knowledge to back up my reports -I shape up as Hogan with a deft (Continued on page 8) ::
church, and Dr. J. .W. Ezelle ,. and I stick mostly to the saf- and sure touch is finishing the levee -

, Here First. of March I superintendent of the Sunday er ground of wise cracks for whichI at the upper end. To watch that j
::3 j.. sccl ool as educational head, lighted am amply able to defend myself. man smooth and coax a shapelesspile Commissary Moves

B their candles and took appointed of earth into levee is treat.
i< a a
The city commission, at its -
.. regular And speaking of wise cracks Pop
> : places on the altar. When completedthe He handles a dragline as easily as Into New WarehouseThe
meeting Monday night, authorized Sturgis says the crack he got which
., the purchase of fire fighting group formed a living cross, resulted in a bandage was from I do a sewing machine, and rather

. equipment, according to the adver- with the pastor and superintendentat more accurate'ly.Scene .
walking into a door. Old stuff,
the head; the officers formingthe in the commissary department
draughting room.
tisement for bids recently made. Pop, old stuff. _
a::;" arms of the cross and the Enter Old the United States Sugar Corporation -
The: equipment, which is expected to Lady Wallace, nosey-
'' As long as that travelling trio, moved into its new
1 members has ware-
:- completing the
figure about for
: arrive about March first, will include iug news.
Tish Wardwell and Jo Rich and which has been set in
made impressive house, up
by the
': a fire truck with minimum lighted Joe Johnson, (helpfully.) Mrs.
i.>:. .'. candles. Sally Boyd are in Pahokee, I will the building formerly used as a
. : pumping capacity of 300 gallons Wallace, I have some news for your
never be at a complete loss for warehouse for machineryand
The salvage
: program, which excellently -
f.;.: per minute and accessories; 1000 column.
.' :, :, carried out, items. ,The Riches spent the weekend is located on the railroad sid-
; feet of standard 2 1-2 inch fire hose was: 0,. L. W. (gratefully.) Good.

.1./: ., with couplings; suction hose com- Opening Hymn: "All Hail the in LaBelle, where they once (Continued on page 4) ing. at the sugar house.
J'. ..: Power." The building is 40 x 90 and is 15
.. plete; leader lines; necessary: noz-
' feet 'in.height to the eaves. It is
;:,' zles, ladders and other items. by Rev. Furgess. I "-
:'. :< In orded that the Responsive reading, led by Conrad of corrugated iron construction and
-: *f. give adequate protection equipment may its Clark, president of the Pioneers. Local Talent Play Boy Scouts Will Hold has been adapted nicely to fit the
t arrival, the Hymn: "For the Beauty of the needs of the commissary depart-,
city authorities
r anticipate
'.*v .;' installation at an early date- Earth." To Be Presented"Tom Mobilization CeremonyThe ment. A new concrete floor has 1.

:..f :., of fire plugs on those Statement of Theme and Pur- been laid, and a mezzanine floor
; not
, .
': li 90 feet constructed along the 1
pose, Robert Mitchell; President of .
(J' ;:: conveniently Boxes, into which located to the canals. Young People. Piper the Pig," a local fire whistle will 1 be: blownat east wall. In the northeast corner

,. ', dropped and water the hose may be Hymn: "Open My Eyes That I I talent play of high merit and splen- 11:30 Saturday morning, Febru- has been built an air tight room for

pumped from May See." did entertainment qualities will 10 recognizatlon of the Boy the storage of dry salt meat, which
the canal as
; t\ will be constructed ary
at be presented at the school audi- the commissary handles in enor-
Scripture Reading: Robert Pat- conducted
strategic mobilization being
points Scout -
the /
near ;
bridges terson torium next Friday evening, Febru- mous quantities. It is estimated
- y, : on the 'canals. Plans for the Installation and Francis Wright. 16th by every troop in the United Statesat of 30-
Talk: "God's Will ary under tho auspices of I that the room has a capacity
of these by Arthur anniver-
items are completed, Lawrence. the Community Church. The play noon on the day. of the 000 pounds. A small room has

and no property in Clewiston will will include a cast of 70 local act- sary Scouting, and as a reminderto been enclosed with wire for storage -
be more than 900 Reading, William the bal-
feet on
from to gather
the local scouts
Owen and Roberta ors and actresses and will be dir- of numerous small items. Pro-
source of water for fire fighting Spicer. ected Lucille cony of the Clewiston Drug Com- made for the trucksto
Litany of Dedication by Elvidge, a gradu- vision has been
purposes. a respon- to listen,
at noon
ate .Emerson College of Oratoryin pany promptly drive into the warehouse for
The sive reading, led by Robert Mitchell
purchase of the of the
radio to the message
new"equip- by ,
Boston. Miss unloading.The .
is and
president Elvidge an ex- loading
ment cf Young People.
will give the city the of the United States to
most president
perienced of the depart-
play producer and concert entire stock
modern Prayer, Rev.
form of fire protection. Furgess. of the nation.
Ushers, Robert Patterson and Wil- reader. "Tom Pipe and the Pig"was the scouts ment, which supplies the eight com-

CATHOLICS SPONSOR liam Owen.' the first choice of the Drama President Roosevelt will call at- missaries of the Sugar corporation,

DANCE Candle Lighting Ceremony. League of America and has been tention to the recovery program and is received by the central ware-
FRIDGE AT Benediction. produced with great success in will deliver a special message to house here and consigned by truck

INN TOMORROW NIGHT Fort Myers, Lakeland, Arcadia and Boy Scouts, the import of which has to the commissaries which are located -

other Florida towns recently. not been announced. Each scout I in camps scattered throughthe

will A be benefit dance and bridge party Clewiston News Will The play is rated as highly educational troop is expected to report by telegraph company's property in Glades,
sponsored by The Altar '
So- I and is most attractively to its council immediately Hendry and Palm Beach coun-
ciety of
R ; the Clewiston Margaret's Inn Church at Publish Tax ListThe presented, with brilliant staging and after the president's broadcast. H. ties. The department operatestwo

ing. tomorrow even- other features. 0. Kight, executive of the Royal heavy duty trucks and

{ Palm Council, of which the Clewis- one small truck.Although .

,',-.?' 2.'i.--. : continue Dancing will begin at nine and Clewiston News was desig- FUNDS LOWEST IXHISTORY, ton troop is a member, made the arrangements not built for a mer-

until one o'clock, music nated as the publication in which II OF" COUNTY for the local mobiliza- chandise warehouse, the new loca-

beig furnished by Bill Dougherty's the, list of ]lands advertised for delinquent tion this week, and urged every tion has been changed until it

.. .;, of orchestra musicians, the most popular group 1933 taxes will be pub- Hendry county's funds are the Scout to attend Saturday. It is ex- answers the purpose admirably. The

"J' An to Everglades dancers. lished. Designation was made by the lowest they have been in the nine pected that the president will ask first goods were placed in the ware-
I of one dollar and a loard of county commissioners at years since the founding of the for some pledge of agreement or house on the first of the month,
- j' half will
:;J ." ;.- be charged all men at- the regular February; meeting, and county according to County Clerk support from the Scouts at this but workmen are still busy with

. ....\ tending the dance. followed a precedent of several Wm. T. Hull. time. finishing details on the building.

t The card party which will be years' standing in which the tax saleis In the Clerk's Offices for the commissary depart-
held in \ report for Janu- Following the meeting, photographs -
*,/ conjunction with the dance alternated between the two news- iry :31, made to the Commissioners \ of the local troops will .be ment have been established on the
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recovery outlays can be end- Planned FarmingIs DEADLY WEAPON

News Review of Current THAT June 30, 1933, is the belief of Author-I don't know how to kill -

the President, and he gave expression Within Reach uy chief character. -
to this when l lie announced his ap- Friend-Read your play to him.

Events the World Over proval of the bill extending the life of
the Reconstruction Finance corpora- Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the original
Can Easily Figure
little liver pills put up 60 years ago.
tion for another year. He enjoined Adv.
liver and -
They regulate
Jesse. Jones, chairman of the R. F. C., Out Cost of Productionon

not to withdraw more than $500,000000 ,- Own Land. Few QualifyA

Eastman Foresees Government Ownership and Operationof frpm the treasury In the next fiscal good detective is always one who(

year,. except with prior Presidential Economics doesn't look like detective.
of President's Money Bill- By R H. WILCOX. Agricultural a -
Railways-Progress approval.DEVELOPMENTS. Department. University of Illinois-

American Recognition for Mendieta.By WNU Service." I
in, Japan indicate "Planned agriculture, which has

clique is losing: been set up as the goal In the new order J 80YI Acid Stomach

EDWARD W. PICKARD out and that Foreign Minister Koki of things, Is within reach of every

IIirota will be, able to carry out his farmer. There is Just as much possI-
askedto bility, for Instance, for the live stock Makes Itself
the railroad problem of the be junked. And congress will be plans to establishmore
WHEN Cuba a big preferential reduCe friendly rela- farmer to come within his estimates of
I States Is solved, it will give
be found that the solution is govern' tion In the American sugar tariff.: tions with the United crop production and live stock needs as Known to You
In- there is for the construction engineerto
ment ownership and operation, in they Sugar raising Is the island's chief States. Gen. Sadao
opinion of Joseph B., dustry and for five years It has beenin Araki, who had been come within his estimates of time ...........--.---...-...--....-.............

Eastman, federal coordinator a severe slump, and the resulting depression minister of war since and cost In connection with building- HERE ARE THE SIGNS:

y 2 of trans- has caused much of the political December, 1031, and projects. Nervousness Frequent Headaches
? portatlon. The conclu- disturbance., who conducted the It Is true that production may be : Neuralgia Feeling of Weaknes : ,
below normal In and above : Indigestion Sleeplessness : -
Havana was jubilant over the news campaign against some years
sion is set forth in his I Loss of Appetite Mouth Acidity
normal In others. In the long run, how-
of President Roosevelt's action. China, has resigned
first report, made to : Nausea Sour Stomach :
the Interstate Com- "Recognition is the greatest gift ostensibly because of Ilk ever, careful estimates of the feed : AutoIntodcatlonWHAT
grant Cuba," ill health, and has needs of the farm and planned produc- :
merce commission and the United States can ......
commented President Carlos Mendieta, been succeeded by -:--: tion to meet these feed needs results In \
transmitted to President Kokl Hirota TO DO FOR IT: ;
Roosevelt, Vice "It means that political stabilizationIn Gen. Senjuro IIa 'a- low live stock costs and a wider mar TAKE-2 teaspoonfuls of

].President Garner and the Island will be furthered and shi. Last October Araki declared in gin of net returns below these costs : Phillips' Milk of Mag- ': ,

Speaker Haine -. Mr.i that a real start can be made with an Interview that "if people believe and selling price. : nesia in a glass of water
_,,, v_ _nm- Eastman says the so- the co-operation of the United States the foreign policy toward the United Take the situation that exists on : every get up.morning Take when another you :
Eastman rehabilitation. States will changethey are absolutely a central Illinois farm where lender iauvs'teaspoonful 30 minutes :
toward economic
lution forcsees '"
: rs jo after eating. And another :
would not be inconsistent with our "President Roosevelt may rest as- wrong." It was then predicted that average weather and other growing 7 'before you go to bed. :

theory of government. sured that I have personally assumed there would be a split In the cabinet, conditions' land planted to corn has OR-Take the newPhiilips'MilkofMagnesia

Explaining thai when governments responsibility for foreign life and property and this appears to have come, with yielded an average of 42 bushels an Tablets- one tablet for :
the less'warlil e ministers, led by the : each teaspoonful as di- :
especially America's $2,000,000- acre during past eight or ;years.The
acquire private ,
property they normallypay Hirota, ha"lng'the upper hand. : rected above. :
of this farm consulting .
more than it is worth, Mr. East- 000 investments here. Hirota told the diet at its opening operator ............................................-
tables of corn requirement ,for hogs
man reaches the conclusion that the that Japan "fervently desires American -
ECnETAItY HULL on his arrivalin grown under farm conditions finds If you have Acid Stomach, don't
should ,
remedy not be applied to rail- friendship" and added that no
that bushels of Is worry about it. Follow the simple
eight corn requiredto
roads now because the country is not Washington, made a personal question exists between Japan and directions given above. This small
"financially in a condition to stand report to the President on the Pan- the United States that Is intrinsically produce 100 pounds of hog on the dosage of Phillips' Milk of Magnesia ...

the strain of an acquisition of these American conference in Montevideo ; difficult of solution. He'said : "If only; hoof. This man then plans his hog acts at once to neutralize the acids

great properties." and in a statement to the press he America will clearly perceive the actual program on the basis that each acre that cause headache, stomach pains

The co-ordinator, having set up ,said : "Confidence born of the feeling condition of the Orient and .realize of his land planted to corn should and other distress. Try it. You'll

what he wishes to be the objective of that the United States, instead of be- Japan's role as a stabilizing forcein make- 525:::! pounds of live pork. He ,feel like a new person.

future national railroad policy, then ing an arrogant or Indifferent big east Asia, whatever emotional ten- also knows the acres of corn land But-be careful you get REAL

proceeds to make recommendationswithin brother, Is sincerely eager for the role sion may yet linger between the two needed to feed his horses, a milk cow milk genuine of magnesia PHILLIPS'when Milk you of buy-

the limits of existing aws. He of equal partnership with the other peoples is bound to disappear." or two and his chickens. He fits the nesia. See that the name "PHIL-Mag

Is decidedly skeptical of the Prince Americas has resulted In a surge of Dr. Stanley K. Hornbeck, chief of number of sows bred to the normal expectancy LIPS' is on the label

plan for consolidation of the roads, for good will toward: the United States." the far eastern bureau In Washington of growing 1,575 pounds of

his assistant, William B. Poland, has The press In the leading South delivered an address the other pork a year from each sow and bel'l ALSO IN TABLET FORMA- rEach

made studies that show the economies American cities is unanimous In the day to which Hirota' takes exception, pigs. He knows then that three acres I tiny tablet is the ? ?_ ,
under this scheme would be less than opinion that Mr. Hull has brought because he thought It suggested the of his corn will carry a sow and her of equivalent Genuine Phillips'a teaspoonful Milk fcJg-.!g"3K

one-third of, the original estimates. about a great betterment in the rela- application to east Asia of America's pigs, but to be on the safe side he of Magnesia.
traditional policy toward Latin Amer- does what the building contractor does
Most significant of the recommendations tions between Latin America and the MEMBER N.R.A,
on consolidations Is that pro- United States and that there will be a ica.The -gives himself a safe margin and operates

posals for compulsory consolidations decided increase of InterAmericantrade. Japanese were especially upon a plan of 3-% acres of corn Phillips' M.ilk of Magnesia
pleased to learn that the Americanfleet's for
should be given a trial, provided that be held every sow.
spring maneuvers are to Such planning before the
co-ordiuator cropping
the commission and the
the President
In Atlantic.
find the proposed mergers to be In the PLANS of the American Legion to has directed that 113 ships return season starts not only m'ay mean the Bronchial Irritations
saving of considerable cash but
for liberal treat- outlay
public interest. Mr.\ Eastman throws congress more from the Pacific In April.RADIO .
the weight of his approval behind a ment of veterans have stirred up a also many times may result In the Need Creosote
The Is difference between profit and loss.
method of compulsory consolidation row In Washington. Legion dispatches from the Antarc-

through exchange of securities with- urging enactment of of the arrival of Admiral These planned production figures enable For many years our best doctors '"
the farmer"to determine the kind
out the use of cash. Execution of sucha a four-point programto Byrd and his expedition in the Bay of have prescribed creosote in some
and number of stock his farm will
method, which the coordinator'slegal cost $80,000,000 a Whales, and of the hazards encoun- form for coughs, colds and bronchitis -

assistant, Leslie Craven, believescan year Gen. Frank T. tered In landing their supplies. They safely carry. Conclusions with respect knowing how dangerous it --

be accomplished, would accelerate Hines, administratorof .r found their camp, "Little America," to the amount of live stock can is to let them hang on.
the of the veterans' bureau be based upon a large quantity of Information
merging eastern railroads into just as it was left nearly three years Creomulsion with creosote and
the four systems previously agreed thought this figure ago and proceeded to dig it out and reoccupy available In the way of tables six other highly important medic
was too low esti- on feed labor and capital requirements ''
i ,
upon. it. inal elements, quickly and effectively -
;" Mr. Eastman says that reorganization mating the cost at a lea of live stock production.The stops coughs and colds that

of railroads now bankrupt "shouldbe considerably higher II. McCOOEY, for almost a farmer can adjust the Informa- otherwise might lead to serious
JOHN tion, where from his knowl-
The necessary,
total. Legion
effected as speedily as practicable, quarter of a century the big Tam- trouble.
and in a manner which will result in representatives d e- many boss of Brooklyn, died of heart edge and experience In handling live Creomulsion is powerful in the

a very material reduction in fixed clared the government Gen. F. T. disease, and his demise probably stock. treatment of colds and coughs, yet

charges." He calls attention to'.the estimates were erro- Hines means the end of Tammany's domi- it is absolutely harmless and is

fact that some of the most success- neous and by Infer- nation of the Democratic party In Demand for Wool Makes pleasant and easy to take.

ful reorganizations in railroad history ence accused General Hines of ul- New York, at least for a time. It was Your own druggist guarantees

took place in the midst of financial depressions terior motives and lack of integrity.In expected that a leader satisfactory to Good Year for HerdsmenA Creomulsion by refunding your

Wall Street theory has a letter to Edward A. Hayes, 'com- the supporters of President Roosevelt 45 per cent Increase in consump- money if you are not relieved after ,

been that reorganizations should be mander of the Legion, Hines denounced would be selected to succeed McCooey. tion of clothing and combing wools, together taking Creomulsion directed., Beware -

postponed as long as possible. the criticism of his estimatesas Another once notable political leader with a decline In numbers of the cough or cold that 'hangson. :

Many of the railroads' vital prob- wholly uncalled for and said the passed away when Edward J. Brun- sheep on farms, brighten the prospectsof Always keep Creomulsion on

lems can be dealt with adequately by Legion's own rehabilitation committeehad clage of Chicago committed suicide, the sheep industry for 1034. The hand for instant use. (adv.)

the carriers themselves, but "there is admitted they were more nearly presumably because of financial trou- annual outlook report for agriculturestates

as ;yet insufficient organization and correct than its own estimates. bles. '''Highly respected as a lawyer that world wool production Is -

leadership In the industry for effective Meanwhile the President had an- and a man, he formerly was prominentin smaller. Australia, South Africa and AEALLS tNNIN ASO51ANGEf1
co-operation in such undertakIngs nounced new modifications of his executive the Republican party In Illinois and New Zealand report smaller clips- )

." It is quite possible, Mr. East- regulations concerning payments had been attorney general of the state.C.nL 14. 11, and 3 per cent, respectively,

... man believes, that a study of these to disabled war veterans, the less than those of last year. Sheep

problems "will pave the way to a much changes adding more than $21,000,000 VINSON, chairman of the population Is now trending downward, ; ;

larger use of motor vehicles as an adjunct annually. There were Intimations at naval affairs committee, an- but this tendency is not expected to

to railroad service; and to' a revamping the White House that Mr. Roosevelt nounced that his committee was aboutto continue for long. ,','- "

and simplification of the would seek to persuade the Demo- introduce a b'll authorizing a 3SO- < ::, !
< .:
crats in not to this construction -
> freight-rate structure. congress go beyond 000,000 five-year ship program
liberalization.PRESIDENT. ;: ; and Assistant Secretary of the $2,000,000 Ohio Beet CropFive Complexion Curse

MENDIETA Is quite satis- Navy Henry L. Roosevelt gave out thousand Ohio farmers will receive -

CARLOS to the United States as ROOSEVELT'S money word that the President would throw more than $2,000,000 for their She thought she was just unlucky when he calledon
!bill went the house the full support of the administration beet this It Is esti- her once-avoided her thereafter.But no one
through with
president of Cuba in view of the fact a sugar crops year admires pimply,blemished skin.More and more
that he has the backing of a majorityof rush, the vote being SCO to 40. Sixty- behind legislation designed to bring mated by the Farmers and Manufacturers women are realizing that pimples and'blotches .V

the Cuban people eight Republicans Joined the ,obedient the navy up to treaty strength. Beet Sugar association. More are poisonous often wastes danger ravaging signals the of dogged system.bowels-Let HR

and apparently Is ca- Democrats In-supporting the measure. than 8.000,000 man-hours of labor will (Nature's Remedy)afford complete thorough

pable of restoring order James R. _Claiborne of Missouri and THOSE four American citizens who be required in the growing, harvesting, elimination ruining poisonous and promptly matter. Fine ease for away sick beauty-: headache ,

In the Island. So George B. Terrell of Texas .were the deep trouble in Palma, processing and distribution of the 1033 ,bilious conditions,dizziness.Try this safdp..dabl.an ;

President Roosevelt only Democrats recorded in the neg- Mallorca, by punching a civil guard Ohio crop which is expected to ex- vegetable correc--
have been causing further "
informed the diplomatic ative. last summer ceed the 1032 acreage by 12.000 acres. tive.At all drug- _
,..... anxiety among gists'only 25c.
envoys of the The senate received the bill and referred e* '
other Latin-American It to the banking and currency .: American and SpanIsh Quick: **M for'acOnlid mdiges-YBLACKFti1Af IQc.
officials. After Feed for ,Dairy Cow "TUMS" tion.
countries whom he committee, which held a hearing that r
weeks In
their seven
had summoned to the was ,lively while It lasted. Prof. The average-sized cow can consume
White House The George Warren, author of the dollar jail and their acquittal only enough grass to maintain her
Palma the city
.. President virtually In- depreciation and gold purchase pro- / > In body and to produce about two gal-
vited the other- na- >***[* U I gram, explained to the committee the appealed and the Supreme lons of milk: a day. Additional produc-

tions to take the same Carlos theory of commodity price regulation court sentenced tion demands a supplement In the form
Mendieta them to six months __ i '-' ''' ''iI
of '''
from 13
course but made it by manipulation of' the currency. a grain mixture containing

r r-. clear that his mind was made up anyway. ; Then, taking up consideration of the and a day In would Jail. Expecting be- to 10 per cent digestible protein and and POULTRY
they this should be fed at the rate of one JSTOCK\
Secretary Hull after leaving the measure, the committee heard the vigorous "

White House, said Colombia and Mex- objections of Senators Glass, ., .. .., "' .'u..,." promptly pardoned by pound of mixture to each five to seven Medicines are Reliable
ico already had recognized the :Men- Gore and McAdoo to several features Mrs. C. B. the Spanish govern- pounds of total milk production each
ment and at least o Blackman's Medicated Lick-
dieta regime and Chile was about of the Bill( notably the proposed seiz- Lockwood have day.
that they would
ready to do so. When Mr. Hull was ure of the federal reserve-iTank gold, ABriko
their freedom until the sentence was
Stock PowderBlaekman's
: on way home from South America he and the granting of unlimited financial
officially published, they were dismayed Along the Furrows
was met at Key West by Jefferson power to the secretary of the treasury.It o Cow TonicBlaekman's

Caffery, the Preslde t's personal representative was confidently predicted by the by Ambassador being thrown Claude again Bowersat Into Chinese make a "milk" and "cheese"from 0 Char-Med-Sal

in Cuba, and fully Informed administration leaders that the bill prison. the soybean. (for Hogs)
Madrid: got busy at once with Minister -
Blackman's TabletsBlaekman's :
on conditions and prospects in the Is- would be put through the senate un- ;
of State Romero and the four
land. Mr. Caffery is scheduled to be changed, but stubborn fights over various Eighteen companies in ten states e Poultry Powder :;
unfortunate ones were once more
made ambassador to Cuba. proposed amendments operate soybean oil mills.
t' were cer- Highest Quality Lowest Price
turned loose until the governing com- .
President Roosevelt plans to 'In sev- tain. The vote on a plan to limit the *
mission of the Supreme'court resolvesthe Satisfaction Guaranteed or
eral favors to Cuba that should make use of the $2,000,000,000 stabilization The total supply of feed grains In
case. back. 1"BUY
: Mendieta solid with his people. The fund was expected to be close. Advo- the United States Is the smallest since your money
The four are )Ir. and Mrs. ClintonB.
f' warships In Cuban waters will be withdrawn cates of the remonetization of silver, 1001. FROM YOUR DEALER (?
I Lockwood of West Springfield,
.' The Platt amendment to the who are fairly numerous In the sen- .
Walter of Stamford
& Cuban constitution, permitting the ate, prepared a compromise silver Mass.Conn.,; and Roderick Blodgett Meade of New, I Inhabitants of Vienna, Austr'a, consumed BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.

United States to Intervene In Cuban I Ir plan to be offered as an amendmentto 270,000,000 gallons of milk In Chattanooga, Tenn.
affairs to maintain law and order will I the devaluation measure. York. I 1932.
I by Western Newspaper UnIoD..4c
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astonishment !at the ctaotj of the OR TRY A MASK

CUEENt r scenery, her jjy In being with Neal He was an old and not very hand-

Frances were all too great for utterance. They rtf'NCO some widower.

:, -. I ParKinsorv, reached the famous "gorges" In timeto L "You are the sixth girl to whom I
: : A E'S go through them before luncheon. [ 1 have proposed without avail."

I Kctjes Mrs. Griflin was sure the walk wouldbe SAMUEL ""Well" said the girl, kindly, "maybe

ton much/ for her., and besides, sh- If you wear one when making
wanted to get things ready for their NEW heroes rise above the toiling
; seventh have
LACEr I your proposal :you'll
( 1f1 meal. So Ilo.v dutifully remained h<> throng better luck."London Tatler.

" ', 1 him! to help her Once) or tuire. mmgrll.v. And daily come resplendent into view, '

: '. e he took' a SI t'aIt h.v glance ut! tikwatch. : To pass again, remembered by a few 'I
realizing that Anne find Neal 'And leave one form in bold relief and

must indeed luixe lost nil UnrU fit That higher looms as ages march along-
I Ir
I time. AI last I flu\\' n>iiit; |>(*.II'1\| I1l1slll'|| | | One name that lingers. in the memory,
;and l Inii: ;liiiiK Ari'if hail taken ofl tier
And singers all time shall raise
coat and l .'1':11'U> ''iri.\lnj; it mor Miami through I
; tu) delicate skin ot her IHM (U tuxlMI song I
And keep it swelling loud and I
I ringing
y ihnniili
I MS showed /pinU and sort
Hie sheer \\lillo or Her shrr-Uiist! : her true! I
Lo, where the feet Lincoln
of passed,
hnir \\":is curling In moist tendril-

around her fare (toy thought, miser-- the earth i
Is sacred-where he sleeps we set a '
stilly aa .-Ire thaI it was now too late
shrine! i
*-:T the thought to do him any good, 0eepsSkin
SYNOPSIS say, and remark, '.1 1 think you ought to 0, to hate pressed his hand! That had I
hat lie had never seen her look sopretty Absorb blemishes and discolorations using
.a. know' when they're going to tell you before-or else he had, stupidly. sufficedTo Mercolized wax daily as directed. Invisible
horrid?" make children wonder at of aged skin are freed and all
something perfectly my my
J Disappointed, through her Inability to put ,never realized how pretty she was.! defects such as blackheads,tan, freckles and
[;.,,-" finishing touches to her costume for a dance, "I don't know. But they do don't She had brought back some little souvenirs worth- large pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully
y Anne Chamberlain is irritated by the stolidity they?" Neal laughed. "Well, then, and' '' Yet, let them. glory, since their land and clear, velvety and so soft-fare looks
ef her escort, George Hildrcth. A visitor in wi r arguing that she oughtto mine years younger. Mercolized Wax brings out
.;#!: the community, Neal Conrad, young lawyer, iso 'perhaps you won't mind' if 1 tell you, pay for. ::them, that Neal simplymustn't your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists.

f'" be the "sensation" of the'evening, and Hil- too, how lovely you were these last spend so much for her; and Hath reared the, greatest- martyr after i Powdered Saxolite-

"i A-eth, Anne's suitor, is vaguely jealous. Con- two evenings. You look just like a Neal was insisting, teasingly, that this Christ. I Reduces wrinkles and other age-signs. SimI
rad is impressed by Anne, readily perceivingher I ply dissolve one ounce Saiohte ia half-pint II
i fine character. He invites her to accom- white. rose in that muslin dress. was his party. witch hazel and use daily as face lotion JH

( pany him and his hostess, Mrs. Griffin, on a "Oh, do you really think so? I'm Still contending, they sank down on

t'-- picnic the following Sunday. Anne accepts, awfully glad I bought it Friday, In the grass,beside the Griffins. The contents -
.i( though she is "unconventional.
aware being
Wallacetown, from Mr. Goldcnburg.
'' .,', Anne, dipping into scanty savings, buys suit- of the magic bottles were tested Old Salem Lives for
Jif:" able "finery" for the trip from an old friend And these clothes, too. Was this what and declared delicious ; so were the ,

,. Mr. Goldenburg. you meant by 'a simple little serge veal loaf and the angel cake, and all BILI.OUSNESSSour
\ :'\.. suit'?" =
the other goodies which Mrs. Griffin stomach

: "Exactly. And the hat is corking, had cooked with such skill. At the --
HIS long, amazing Journey from
B and headache
I. too-I've been doing some shopping end of the feast, Neal produced froma IN the gas
backwoods of Kentucky to the
myself. I've ,bought two of those new hiding place In ,the car two large HI elite Jjo
:. ;, Anne's mother, who l had been torn White_ House and enduring glory, Ab
:: bottles that keep things hot
or cold, boxes of candy and while the ladies
\: between her fear that he might not raham Lincoln paused for a while on = .
whichever you like. Have seen these with exclamationsof ==
you were opening
\::"". renew his invitation, and her hope that a hilltop beside the muddy Sangamon. c .--
s'{ one? surprise and delight, he lit a cig
he would with assumed reluct- I There in the
! rose log village of New
;. "No, but I've read about them in ad- arette. Roy did not smoke; his motherdid
/ ance. Salem he passed 'six youthful years, == 1==
f.:j "Wal, ef yer so dead set on It," she vertisements. not approve of It learning, gathering experience and
"Well, today you'll see them In ac After a lazy half-hour Neal suggested -
t -
y puffed, "mebbe I might as well. Jest strength building the character that
.: :': tion. We're going to have hot coffee that they should ride down to "the
; a short ways. An'-don't'drive too fast. was to make for him a place among
and Iced tea. Mrs. Griffin has Lake" and little while.
put row a
; ; '. It would put, me all of a tremble ef ye upa the world's immortals.
: wonderful lunch ; and its a perfect "Oh, Im terribly afraid of boats !"
;,,J should. New Salem failed to Event.
day. 'I should say we were having exclaimed Mrs. Griffin, shrinking back.
::1"' They were gone. Anne fed George ually It was abandoned, its log stores TIIADE MARK REo. .
"And doesn't know how to
good luck all around. Roy row.
: :, with the lemonade and cake, and sat and houses decayed and disappeared.
!>'a' dumbly beside him, only shaking her I "Well, I should say we were." I've always been afraid to have him Except that Lincoln passed that way,
him The Griffins, armed with hampers learn, because he might drown. But
: ,: head when he urged her to join few would remember that such a town
E;,; listening intently for the return of the jars and wraps, were all ready to start you take Miss Chamberlain, NeaL had been. ion- SS

<: '. motor. when Neal and Anne reached Wallace We'll wait for you 'here. I might geta
Because he did pass that way and
i'.i- ,:::., At last it came. Every one was town ; and Mrs. Griffin, taking In little nap. because the years he dwelt there leftLincoln Local Representative Wanted. No selling.:

i::,V' ::.. laughing, and Neal was coming up the Anne's attractions with one swift The row took even longer than the No Investment. Dr. Walker, Jackson, Mick

.S ,' : ':' scrubby walk with a small boy hanging glance while the Introductions were walk, and it was late afternoon before

....;:; on either hand. At the rickety going on, was not long In deciding that they started on their way home ; twi-

':,;:,:1: r gate he paused. Anne could see and Roy must be rescued, at any cost. light when the Griffins were depositedat

:'.;\/ hear him plainly. their front door and Anne and Nealon

'::,.\.r. ;; "No, I ,don't believe I better come their way back over the hills ta

'" In," he was saying. "You know what West Hamstead. Neal l brought the
:', I told you about Mrs. Griffin's nerves. car to a stop and spoke a little

. :' I don't like to disturb her. But I've huskily. A
S :> : ,., been_ wondering-She and Roy and I "I've got to go away In the mornIng -

. '-. 1 have to, take a little ride through the ," he said, "I've.stayed longer thanI

.;,' mountains tomorrow, and I thought IfIr' should already. Of course I'm com- .
a !s
5- 5 5' :<". possibly ,you'd let your daughter come I ing back. You know that. But I don't r

:- with us. We'd take good care of her. i B t'i want to say good night yet Couldn'twe c i
,;::: You've seen for yourselves that there i t' tV take a little walk somewhere to- > ;'

..L really isn't anything to be afraid of gether before I leave you at your

4i\ ,; In a horseless carriage. Would you house?" Museum at Old Salem.
S have objections?" Anne hesitated. He laid his hand
any \'ou'd senor imigiot; Out b tc\lilo could
llo biI their Impress upon his mind and heart, .
Again Mr. and Mrs. 'Chamberlain /!- V over hers as he had done. on the t*.opfed-ea: tcndtr. tad .bitnla,
'New Salem-Old Salem now-will joo UM Odicl; CA n exchanged glances. "Why, no" said l3 night of the dance. Flour. Bucuiu" nude vilh CA MI-CO
Mr. Chamberlain at length, when he t "Please," he said as he had said never be forgotten.Its ictuitljr"melt in TOUT moulbaDd. U..'
' dozen log buildings restored, It multi ue.1.eyr It*..."."-Then i nomyitfrr
;:" thought he had understood his signals then. And again she found herself la il ..' CA MI-CO a j"t.
has become Old Salem State Park.
?, ;'; t' correctly, "I dunno's I would. I think powerless to refuse. been nour-llllde from toll miittrvtwituniform. .
the efforts of devoted And it rrqum Uathjniny
Through --.I.yr
i.! ..;.i-;,' 'twould be a real pleasant change for "We could let down the bars and go .Aanninr other Soar Aik j-
: \' her.. Don't you. Mummer?" through this pasture to the lane that admirers of Lincoln, beginning 25 frectr...try CA.VI-CO tod>7. '

.. .. "Wai, I dunno's I've any objection runs out to the meadow back of our years ago with the purchase of the t

, ,:;..::, either, ef Anne would like ter." I barn. No one will see us. And It's townsite and its presentation to the SELFRISINGSelfRisiiiglMour
Old Salem Lincoln league, the town
r and there.
quiet lovely
: "Suppose we her. very
ter' "Yes. That's It" will stand forever, looking almost as fl 1'qi ;wgt11tft; %
Suddenly Anne saw It all-the tact, : 10t tlj' l .
f It looked when Lincoln lived there. .... ...
" ''' '
He helped her out of the car and "
the skill
; the kindness with which Neal
-,'Y'-:. :. had managed everything. And she had .- ,., 11"0 opened the bars. Together they passed Millions\ visiting It In-years to come, CAr:.N1. *: m'
I Into the cool of the seeing where Lincoln lived and how he i
''tfj doubted him- Oh how stupid, how greenness pasture,
,,, wicked she had been She went "Wal, I Dunno's I've Any Objection sweet with the scent of the August lived will understand at once the sim- v ,

J;::. towards him, blinded with contrition, Either, ef Anne Would Like Ter." fragrance. plicity and the Instant grasp of realities :.C DICK 'MlLU G :COl''; ?R JliDYJEW JND. ,
"I'm afraid you'll stumble and hvtt that distinguished his thinking
f-/ with
: gratitude, with joy.
She Insisting on sitting on the backseat throughout his life.Lincoln 4
yourself, It's so dark where the moonlight -
/: : "I've just been asking Mr. and. Mrs. with him while Anne resumedher

ii''. Chamberlain," he said blandly "whether place beside, Neal In front. Her doesn't strike." May I put my FREE FOR TRIAL : r

they would have any objections to arm around you? SEED To Introduoo we man pfct.1OO
rapture at the sensation of swift mo- "Yes." .eod., Giant Zinnias 20 gorgeouscolors.fortestingltetatnp-
;> ,, your going to the mountains with the Memorial
tion, like Imagined flying, her eager _.
(TO BE CONTINUED.) Is enclosed for poHtase Now S* d Book Fr
tl:: Griffins and me tomorrow-provided, MILLS SEED HOUSE, Box A, ROSE HILL.N.Y. i
" :,::: of course, that you would like to go.They've Y ; 9 fj at Springfield
':'.; -' been kind enough to give their !Y 9 1 =

/ consent: Would it be convenient If -
Two Sisters Are Strolling Players
;: )"I ; "' I came for you about ninp----?." .

'>" "Yes," said Anne. 1 ._ L tads '

'--..::::. She could not, to save her life, have Two young New Zealand sisters, Betty I formance Is piped on a tin whistle, the ;,, :;"''' +r''''' >1C 1
.' /
'. said another word. She stood still and Joan Rayner, are on a world i rest of the entertainment is culled t. :. d g i thaGAR. jttyst
G \ watching the others as they swarmed tour, find are' earning their living as from folklore of all countries and an- / f; :; \ ,/ outo4y s4syoutath p191'4y. p bdP' n4Gat1est.tb s

,s about him, while he cranked the car they go as "strolling players cient ballads, with an occasional playin ;I'O 1 eoP1ed eoa' aestad, 1
and climbed into the high seat Then So far they have given nearly 500 mime. J tfJ law VtbP com '

she went back-to the parlor and shows in their own country, Australia, -"It is a pretty arduous life," said one I diid *$ ,,

." '=- I George. There was one piece of cake America, and other parts of the world, of the sisters, "but' we enjoy every lW,b : S&S&S

: left, and a little lukewarm lemonade without the aid of an advance agentor minute of It" I p;1 to/ I N tnlt 5r- s ,

at the bottom of the pitcher, swimming a publicity manager to boost for ; i l i

above undissolved sugar and a few them. Woman Was Originator ofFather's f.r"::' M MS' rejs .:*'v .
seeds. are In the true \
The shows they give 0
Day Observance : .).. ft\ G :
I "I guess I am a little hungry and style of medieval entertainment. They r "( eO Y
Mrs. John Bruce Dodd of
Spo- 4Ga
thirsty after all," she said gayly, "I'm arrived in Manchester recently In a J ..1; wRtt1G f Broo
kane, Wash., was the originator of = j.1.sJ
going to finish these myself, If youdon't i caravan, which Is their home. They Father's day. She began her move- :
I .J
mind. do all their own cooking and mending ment back in 1910, as a tribute to ; >:w .. ;
their conveyance. .',. ''''' fi'fi'M,1'.1. WOMENMrs.
aboard : ( TO
her own father, William J. Smart, a .r..r" rt ADVICE
CHAPTER IV Rayner, speaking to a reporter ;
Betty G. A. R. veteran, who had reared J. H. Brown of 30i '
from underneath the awning of the his own motherless group alone. Hanover St, Wilmington, ;.

,, Anne was waiting for Neal In the caravan, which was parked In a gar Mrs. Dodd drew up a petition ad- ; At ii: : ,}- N. C.distress, says,: would"I had double periodic -

yard when he appeared, promptly at den thrive, said: "We, were trainedfor dressed to the ministerial association M { :)! 'i ,.}''' S ? i up wIth pain, and head-I
aches so
!"J- -:'\' ;Jl nine, the following morning. He Insisted the stage, but never appeared publicly 'of her home city urging such con- ......:a rtrrlltaair.=.a+- thought I would lose my

< 1ft-: on going to the porch and chatting until a few years ago, when we structive teaching from the pulpit as '" mind. I became more nervous -
.;.:.... CllKINE of Abraham Lincoln In Oak each time, would always -
.,..; .;{ ,, > with the family for a few min- decided to go to New York. would point out the Importance of nfather's at Springfield, III be compelled to go
,: .,;;-:n:, 'i .' I utes; then they started off. At first he "We played all ''kinds of engage- place In the home. which has cemetery been rebuilt, Within lies to bed I obtained Pierce's Favorite such great Prescription relief after a

; '-'-: '"' -- was entirely occupied with gear-shifts ments there, and then we decided to Newspapers helped to launch the the sarcophagus containing the body short taking time Dr. It seemed heavenly. Alter I.

\! >, and brakes, ; but soon he turned to her tour the world as strolling players. movement but did not treat the sub- of the martyred President The rotunda taken New a Size few, tablets bottles 50 I never eta., liquid suffered 100.again.-

;, gayly. Our first caravan was a rummy affair, ject seriously. Congressman J. Hamp- has been refinished In gold leaf,

'It: "This Is fine! You don't know how but It took us 3,000 miles across Aus- ton Moore of Pennsylvania and later and bronze panels have been Installed

'. .. .; ;. pleased I am 1" tralia. Congressman Snell of New York in- with some of the Emancipator's great- Wherever the ItchiniWhatever
+$. "It's fine for me. You've been simply "At one place where we gave a show troduced resolutions In congress to est speeches. the Cause

.;f=": wonderful, arranging It all, and the villagers told us they had not hada set aside a Father's day for a national -

'. making It look so easy when It was : visit from any entertainers for 15 observance, but nothing came of It. Slaves Freed January 1, 1863 ResinolRelieves
74j' : hard." We tried to engage hall Card
really years. a Then the National Greeting The proclamation of emancipation,

: .' "Oh, that was .nothing Do you there, but nobody had ever heard of association and the tobacco dealersof which freed all the negro slaves, was It QuicklySample
i iff'" wind If I tell how nice thing. In the end al- the nation the Their
you you look? such a we were came to rescue. proclaimed by Lincoln September 22, free.Write Reslnol,J>ept.58
I f "Of,, course I don't mind. Why do lowed to use the village church In efforts made Father's day-the third 1862 and became effective January 1, S, Baltimore.Md.

..f, people always ask you If you mind which to present our performance.The Sunday in June-a day of nationwide ,

: when they have something pleasant to grand overture to the girls' per observance. 18C3.i .

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The Clewiston News giving the lecture which he used in Prof and Mrs. Winemiller spent To Repair Fire Plug The commissioners told Dr. Van-
his adult Bible Class at the Com- the week-end with relatives in Wau- Street Commissioner Arthur diver that copies of the ordinance
Published every Friday in Clewiston, munity Church last Sunday. chula. On their return they were Reckwerht asked that the fire plugin would be made and that he could
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, In introducing Mr. Poole, Dr. accompanied by :Miss Carol Wine- Belmont Subdivision be repaired.He tell the people that after the CWA

Inc. ti, Ezelle pointed out that he is the miller. 1 stated that the brass nipple was sanitation project is completedthey

Bowden, Editor able instructor of the Bible Class, : out of commission and that in case intend to enforce the ordin-
Keathley and urged Kiwanians of the oppor-: C. W. Carlton, of Fort Myers, visited of fire there would be no meansof ance. The cost of erecting the con-
tunity to hear him regularly each I his ranch north of LaBelle getting water to the pump. crete pit privy privately Is about

Entered as second class mail mat- Sunday. Mr. Poole is a capable student Sunday. : The board authorized the expenditure $25 as compared with the $7.85 ,,
of the Bible, having had two I top price under, the CWA plan.
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post I of the sum necessary for this
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under years training at Moody Bible Insti- Mrs. G. R. Small, Mrs' Nettie work.
the Act of March 3, 1897. tute, and his weekly lectures each Keene and Mrs. Jack Barnes visit- Commissioner Reckwerdt stated New Stove and Flash Sign. '
Sunday are sources of inspiration to ed in Fort Myers Monday. that it would be necessary to pur- J. G. Martin's Sea Food Market
members of his class, state Dr. and Lunches sports an electric I
chase catch basin covers for the
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. Ezelle. controlled in three
J. G. Martin and R. N. Miller attended new gutters if the street were to rheostat
Advertising rates on application. I which tells that"You'll
court in Moore Haven Mon- be paved and was authorized to colors passerby
day. purchase the necessary gratings.Can find Service with a Smile
Devoted to the advancement and. Redeem Lost PropertyDuring ;
Blitz Wegman of the LaBelle Mo- Mrs. Martin seems particularly
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry a discussion of consider-
County. 1cIUXXOXPADGETT1Iiss tor Company, motored to Fort My able property which has reverted pleased with the new stove which
was installed Thursday noon. She
ers Monday to the city for non-payment of taxI I
I says she can now fry fish and oysters -
Mary McKinnon and Lor- es it was decided that any person,
could be they should be fried,
Insull as
Maybe Samuel enzo Padgett were married by Dr. Dr. and Mrs. W. E.-Phillips, of I f who had lo property for delinquent -
interested in promoting an endur- C. 'T. Kew of the First Baptist Alva, were Sunday dinner guestsof 1 taxes would be allowed to redeem -I quickly.
ance contest for ocean cruising. Church in Fort Myers Saturday i I Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Miller. II it, even after the city had its

night. The couple returned to La- deed, by paying up the taxes and'I Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
Damon Runyon
Belle Sunday night and they willR. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Tyrrell write I fall expenses with interest.Dr. .
writer, is sojourning in Cuba. Jewelry Repairing
N. Miller. that they left their home in Perth
Doubtless preparing to cover their
Mrs Padgett is the daughter of Amboy, N. J., Tuesday and expectto C. W. Vandiver asked the W. MERRITT
next little bout.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McKinnon of arrive at the Tyrrell gardens City Commissioners Tuesday night WATCHMAKER & JEWELER

Add to similes (We did from bitter LaBelle. Mr. Padgett the son of here the latter part of the week. forr copies of the city ordinance requiring Rear or .

experience) : As embarrasing Rev Gus Padgett. recently of the proper disposal of sewage, Clewiston Drug. Company
LaBelle Baptist Church and now Representative and Mrs. R. E. stating he believed it would help FLORIDAP.
as a Ford that backfires loudly CLEWISTON
located at Fort McCoy. Lorenzo is I Burchard and Mr. and Mrs. Frank him in securing names on the .
when you slow down in traffic. O1. Box 521
third grade teacher at the LaBelle O'Meara spent Sunday at Crescent dotted line in his canvass of sanitary -
School. Beach. I "We Are Here To Stay"
Elementary conditions.
The News-Press, just for a stunt, .
paid off in silver dollars last Sat-

urday. Some of the employees,

who never dreamed money wouldbe .
inconvenient, found themselves '" WE ADD NO 1-
pretty well weighted down.In \\7" ., Cater's CARRYING CHARGE A 11 N. Dixie I

case you want another pun
on the molasses shipments we'llpass WEST PALM EACH FLORIDA

this one along. "It's a rummy ,
good thing." (The Times-Union
commenting on the blackstrap,

said rum."It")is also used in the makingof F--RUARY DELIVERYTO

Governor Sholtz is trying to get THE I

ida.erything ington.-Fort President Well else Roosevelt, Dave they Myers has to have got come NewsPress.And in about to Wash Flor-ev-. FREE! FREE! F U ftN.1T: U: R: E", GLADESDELIVERY !I

it wouldn't have surprised us I
much if he returned with FranklinD. lQ'
tucked away in his luggage



(Continued from page 1) I SUPREME LARGE STOCK! /

Let's have it. i Use Your Credit Here We Offer Convenient
J. J. In spite of the persistent Easy, Terms

rumors to the contrary, I can as-
sure you that if and when there

are government houses,. Carl John LIVING ROOM SUITES
son is NOT going to live in one of i
---- them. .

Carl Johnson, (galloping to frontof .
USE YOUR 3-Piece Overstuffed '
office, wrathfully.) Mrs. Wal- I I CREDIT I
lace, anything you hear about me LivinSuiite'
in this office is a lie!
O. L. W. (brightly.) Oh, then 1-, ''', : '

you ARE going to live in one of y 'f iq;.' > Has large Sofa and 2 large Chairs. Very comfortable .
them! li reverse spring cushions; choice of @ ,
Carl, with a despairing shrug of Iff.'" covers, -green or' rust. @. G::.: tV!
his shoulders, retires to his corner, .
muttering.And n _
I ask, what is a man going '
to do in a gang like that? .' 3-Piece Solid Wood Frame Walnut Finish
Everybody is asking for a raisein -
pay. Believe I'll follow suit Living Room Suti

and tell Mr. Bowden that I want a

penny more a week. Doggone it,
this NRA ought to do me some All spring construction, reversible pillow backs. o; r44j
a good, too. ..., Q
x And just to show you that I .$5 CASH $5 MONTH t i'. '" .d)'
know it in Latin as.well as English,
: Ave atque vale.LADIES ..

3-Piece Heavy

Ladies Aid Society ,of the ONGiEU "Fib e Suit
Community church met at the homeof :
Mrs. C. W. McDnoald Thursday
afternoon. Due to the MJ\\ New patterns-off the Long Settee, Chair and Rocker. All spring .c I"
heavy down- ;
pour of rain, there was a rather, i it, irf-t remnant rolls .... .. .. .. .'r& y n sq.yd cushions. Choice of covers. ..: ;r:?

small attendance. Plans for the Also Full Stock of Gold Seal $5 CASH, $5 MONTH $ C.\c"r, jJ" SO

'r- oyster supper to be given the following H.'ir&i.nJ Congoleum Rugs-All patterns Table! to Match If Desired ;.

. iC (-
' evening --.a; -
were explained c 0
f' in detail.

was appointed by the BEDROOM SUllTE At Rock-Bottom Prices for

j'j'A. and to act to as'submit nominating names com for Suites of Character

; for the coming year, to be

Ii voted The upon Oyster at the supper next meeting.which was PCo YatyHas S mite '

tr given at the school building Saturday
., Poster Bed, Vanity and Chest of Drawers.
proved: a great
success and was! Walnut finish-all fronts and tops iJl
are solid It
attended. The Society cleared wood. S. ,
> an amount approaching $100, all ,0 5$ :"'
"':.' returns not being in yet. The debt I. $5 CASH $5 MONTH -
on the I
parsonage furniture will be
, cleared and a neat 1 ;
; sum left in the h1
I treasury at the beginning of the V m e,4,
: ani
t: new year for the new officers. 4-Piece Y um e r

r Choice of Triple Mirror Vanity or Dresser, o + r '
KIWANIANS' ELECT Extra Heavy Poster Bed, Roomy Chest of s ,j l ;. .' FDrav
TWO 3IEMDERS ,,'>rs and Bench. Choice of Walnut or Ivory g tf1\ R .,: S.
/ Grover C. Poole and Campbell E. and Green Enam fliP,"G:i

::-, Nail became Baby Kiwanians at the $5 CASH $7 MONTH

' weekly meeting of the ,Kiwanis

l J Wednesday' Club at '711 N,. C A T E .R S DIAL

Mr. Poole probably set a record DIXIE 5649 -
t:,:'., for the organization when he was I

t:; "guest ian", 'at speaker"once., Mr.and Poole"Baby, who Kiwan-was 1= WEST PALM BEACH' FLORIDA 'I '!f

as speaker? by Dr. J. W.
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of the Gulf Refining Company, G. sponsored by the members of the with reference to each and every I the power to invest its funds in securitIes -
I' E. Milliken, of Atlanta, assistant Junior Class!:: of the High School. one of two resolutions adopted by bonds, notes:' or debentures -
Personal Mention district sales manager, and S. L. The class will use funds derived the Board of Directors of the Clew- issued by any such corporation -

Munroe of Miami, supervisor. Mrs. from the party to help pay the expenses iston Home Building Association, The Association may, in the
flyers accompanied her husband. of the annual banquet honor- at the meeting thereof held Decem- discretion of its Board of Directors
ber 27, 1933, as follows, towit:
ing the Senior class. Tickets have borrow from
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman wentto any Federal Home
Hicoria on business Tuesday. PARTY THURSDAY been on sale for several days by .(1)) The resolution declaring it Loan Bank or other Federal or re-
:- Juniors a t 25 cents each.H. to be advisable to amend the Let- serve Corporation and to secure
Mrs. T., B. Shelley and Mrs. H. ters Patent of the Association by such loans may mortgage, pledge,
P. J. Kavanaugh, of Jacksonville, Kolstad entertained at the home of I striking out Article 6 in its en- assign, deposit, transfer or hypo
spent Wednesday here on business. the latter Thursday afternoon at 'a Gordon, of South Bay, was a tirety, which reads as follows: I thecate its real estate, mortgages,
sewing party given for Mrs. J. W. business visiotr here Tuesday. "The Association shall have power securities or other assets, or any
W. G. Smith, of Moore Haven, Ezelle. Intimate friends of the honoree to borrow money for its corpor- part thereof."
visitor here Wednes- were invited and the afternoon ate purposes and to issue its evi- t'! (2). The resolution declaring it
was a pent in sewing on a coverlet which NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING dences of indebtedness thereof to' to be advisable to amend the By-
day. was presented to Mrs. Ezelle. OF STOCKHOLDERS: CLEWIS an amount not exceeding twenty- Laws of the Association by strik-
....,' TON HOME: BUILDING ASSO five per cent (25 per cent) of its ing out Section 2 of Article II of
ft...:., Major and Mrs. R. H. Collins CIATION. gross assets." the By-Laws in its entirety, which
!fj.:, spent the week-end in Miami visiting GIRL SCOUT LUNCHEON and substituting therefor as ArticleNo. reading is identical with the readingof

:t:.> friends.Mr. The regular meeting of the Girl Notice is hereby given that a spec- 6, of the Letters Patent, a paragraph i and Article 6 of the Letters Patent
Scouts was held at the home of Mrs. ial meeting of'the Stockholders of I,I reading as follows: substituting as Section 2, of Ar
ticle II of the By-Laws, a paragraph
; and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer Spicer yesterday noon. Each scout the Clewiston Home Building As- "The Association shall have the reading the same as the paragraphto

!?;.. and son, Billy, spent the weekendin prepared her own lunch over the sociation has been duly called, and right to become a member of any be substituted for Article 6 of the
,:.:- West Palm Beach. outdoor fireplace on the playground. will be held at the office of- the Cor- Federal Home Loan Bank or other Letters Patent:
poration, Administration Buildingin Federal: or reserve corporation .
.J : -- JUNIOR CLASS BENEFIT the City of Clewiston, County of created or authorized by law. to lend By order of the Board'of Dir
and Mrs. J.
C. Benbow ectors.
i' '_. E. Frierson, of Moore Haven, were A benefit card party is being held ruary 15, 1934, at eight o'clock P. and for such purposes M. W. BIGG, '
V'-: visitors here Wednesday. at the Clewiston Inn this afternoon M. for the following purposes: may subscribe and pay for stock in Secretary.No..
""f-: from 2:30 till 5 o'clock, being (A) To take action upon and such corporation and it shall have 8C-Feb. 2, 9.
t Mrs. R. M. Sands, Miss Jamye

i: Sands and Mrs. C. F. Vaughn spent

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st Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Sheetz and 'I -

$ daughter, Marilyn, are moving toT FEBRUARY
; Clewiston tomorrow from Moore S
'- Haven. ,
r S

Mr. and Mrs. A. Hastings, Mr. I FURNI.TUR EI. S

and Mrs. Gus Cantrell, and Mr. and .. ..
Mrs Lloyd Mills spent the weekend S
;: ': visiting in Venus. i i'

Beach 0.. O., is Buchanan spending, ttis of West week at Palm the I. : ': ,: . F EST I V A LI

Inn while transacting business in 4

Clewiston and vicinity. I .'. FREE DELIVERY TO THE GLADES

r Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gardner have 1I 3 S -. ,-- -. ...____ '..'_h
,' moved here from Sarasota.. Mr. -
, Gardner is employed by the McWil-

, ; hams Dredging Company.Paul ; SiDnmons Product

Deam has left for West i ,:.

Palm Beach to reside in future. .
Mrs. Deam and the children estab- r7 I

. '; lished a home there several months '........ I ,..-. ..-:-:-.W 1 ... .' I
.._ :__ ago. N'U' : i i
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: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egley, ac- ::::::::.r-- : :: .o.ew. : i.I! II "' i .
companied, by Mr. and Mrs. T. W. t.; 1i'hf)"::;W"'O<:>.4P)' } fi: W): ,':>k' ai !: If j, ,;.w.I...\ F 0 109 :r,( ,,.a.u. i I

;, Griffith, of Azucar, spent the week- "; ;: :: f. .
: ij'B'' ',,W >> : .; (; 1
end on a hunting trip in Devil's .lIJ : ;.-< ,,, 'A'.' .,. Y" ". .'. &1'<<
f ; .
-: Garden. 1 I ::,:,.;<$ .-.. "';.i 4;:'" ,.. '_4:,.. ......'.".....""-."" .:;?.; -- -' .h, ". .. TablesWell
<. ...,i{::::: '!:" :- ........,"''''/' .<

,v. W. Duke, district superintendent "b'dJL':'- -" .t ::.""'''' :t iD' f')::Bl:: f lQ1:
of the Western Union, arrived : : i. Choice of colors -
1 i :: : ..... ., 4
r, in Clewiston from Jacksonville "
Monday and spent the day on busi- .: :: ifif& '. .11l'f"w: "" 1.s 't 1 S
ness connected with the Western ::< {. : U, 4 qv 6ge : : .

Union office here. : ; ):: : ll. ;
I, .
----.,- .. ;;, : ; Studio Couches

Mr. and Mrs. W. Waddington, of 8-Piece WalnutDining .WE ADD NO Open to.."single., or
- New Orleans, are spending this CARRYINGCHARGES Theyhave
week in Clewiston where Mr. Wad- Suite -and c'threecushions. lmattress 22
/ $ SO
dington is transacting business. Choice of p
or green or rust with
They are registered at the Clewis- valance on base.
ton Inn. Large Buffet, Full Extension EASY TERMS
Table, Host Chair and 5 Side fi!!!tft HERE! Other Styles $29.50-$39.50

M. W. Bigg left Thursday of last ChaIrs. 9' e>;9V

week for Peoria, Illinois, where he S5 CASH $7 MONTH f

wass called by the critical illnessof
his mother, who died Saturday. ':

.' /The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Cleverly Styled 5-Piece -

Bigg sympathize with them in their "The Famous Three"

bereavement. Breakiast


Clarence R. Bitting, president of a n a et,
-'. Bitting, Incorporated, of New York,
: : who was in -charge of the reorganization UnfinishedHas
'I'3. {; table and 4 chairs
: of the Sugar company, was Take Your Choice
'.' :/i in Clewiston on business Friday.
;.' Mr. Bitting is time Prices .
4t7 in Palm Beach. spending some $9..'$

"'; $19.95 $23.50 $26.00 w Small
i' : H. O. Kight, scout executive of .EASY TERMS + Finance

(!;' j'.:' the Royal Palm Council, whose II -........ -- $29.50 ,$37.50 $50.00 Charge

;)'.' ,: home is in Fort Myers was a visitor Genuine-.Florence-1934-All PorcelainS9. On
:S:' here Sunday, arranging for the an- $69.50 $85.00 < fi RadiosOnly

..: nual Scout banquet, which will be
:" held here in the near future with L WONDERFUL EASY TERMS '

Dan Beard, leader of the Boy Scouts OVEN
in America as an honored guest.
t: Simmons Famous 'I
Among the visitors in LaBelle $ .$@ Ii BEAUTYRESTInnerspring ;

Tuesday to attend the regular Feb Q .
ruary meeting of the board of county a Mitt 'ess
commissioners were C. E. Miner,
3 for lour Old Stoic UeKurdkss 0 O o
M. G. Langford, Rev. W. B. Fur- of ConditionA SpringConstruction .ts \ .

gess, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. ,.: r>., i a%
Grover C. Poole, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, new modern two.tone range enamels in the mal j
Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby marbPlued) finishes. Jsew 0
flush front. A range tint p
and Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward. beautifies your kitchen, ,. $)9.50
t nnd saves time and loll. o
Full insulated oil porcelain -lc
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Duff and Mr. lined. '
and Mrs. R. E. Duff, of Chicago, .. MONTH
$) CASK $3 ,_ 1-
were week-end gusts of Captain and i
Mrs. F. Deane Duff. The men are

K'' brothers left of Captain Duff. The visitors RIDGE AMPS Roach oof-Oll WINDOW SHADES Bed Spring Brand; New- Mattress! -I
Monday for
; a few days
Walnut or Ivory Bod
? visit in Miami before returning to Complete I WINDOVV SHADES 1- Silk scalloped and fringed simmons Simmons Heavy Coil Spring

Chicago by way of New Orleans, 11 Mounted f '"-lb All Cotton, I Q C //I
of Shades on guaranteed Hollers. ,
which they will visit for a few days ,Choice $1 0 0 AU perfect 9 5 n Roll Edge :Mattr ss. 7 US3
during Wired Through Base Slightly 49 A Roach Proof .. ., .. _
Mardi Gras. Captain and Imperfect '" CASH $5 MONTH I
:. -, Mrs. Duff and Mrs. W. C. Owen lie; I'I't'
i (;.:;,,' companied the visitors to Palm I
.' !;.: Beach Monday. I -
-....,}'...' ". 711 N. ; DIAL-
. S A group of Gulf Refining Company I DIXIE CATER-'S: 56.9r -I II
.: officials who were business ra _.
..:-:! : visitors in Clewiston Tuesday: and

.'. <.' enjoyed a luncheon at the Clewis- : FLORIDA I II
\) 1". distributor ton Inn with F. Deane Duff. local 1/1 I fe ,
included: H. C. My- i IIIIIHIIIIIII J UillJl
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Little Carol has a pet rabbit and Is

very fond of it. ,Her' daddy went
local citizen burst the office
/ wild
hunting and brought a
of a railroad official and demanded:
i /4 ____ one. In dressing it. he left a little
"I want to give orders that the
\ tuft of fur on the ground. Carol
i1iiiii.i. / / engineer of the express that passes came running in from piny and saw
through Elm Grove at 11:15 be for-
p/y it. She said :
bidden to blow the whistle on Sunday
%f Ice. Z 1 5 mornings." "Oh. mummy, you killed my bunny.

/ "Why, no, Carol, we didn't. Your
/ The'raiIroad official retored: "Why, "
bunny is in his cage mother'said.
that's impossible. What loads you to
"You did so; 1 see some of his fev-
make such an unreasonable request
I vers on _the ground," was_the reply,-
'"Well, our preacher preaches until -
Indianapolis News
he hears the train whistle blow-and

that ,confounded express was So minutes .
Rock of Ages
( late last S.unday.-lloston Globe.
"What is the mortar board I hear

mentioned so often?" asked the little
r TAKEN BY A girt"I'll -

BUT BEINCt' WHAT DID. SHE I THE MONEY OUT FIRST AND Cayenne, "although it is a slightly

DOLLARS YES1ERDAY FOR HELP carried by a builder often has cement I Ion

top and worn by ,a college) pro- \
\ ,fessor often has concrete under it.- :J
Philander Johnson in the Washington -

Star. ,

-t Dinosaur Egg

a Kitchenette-I gave the professor

4 a'-large slice of layer cake for his .
III lunch. -

/ I y tl 't Humidorcas We all wondered
r where he got the geologic specimenhe

I was lecturing on. Louisville
l > Courier-Journal.


O WstcrnNsvsyapsrU \

get engaged.,
Jessie-Very well, but who will :you 1Q
Referred to Jack Curley I APROPOS Folk Tale
get engaged to?
They were rather late in startingfor The tired-looking man sat facing the 4 yf

the station and his wife said, "You solicitor. "So you want a divorce from
Job Wanted
run ahead, dear, and hold the train." your wife," said the latter. "Aren't
"Yeh !" he answered sarcastically."And your relations pleasant?" The mistress of the house was go- !
;; ing out of her way to find extra work
what particular hold would you "Mine are, came the answer, "but
for her maid to do. In the end the ,
like me to use-the headlock, scissors hers are simply terrible."-Answers
or haJf.nelsonLife :Magazine. ; a1 Magazine. poor girl began. to get fed up.
,, kitchen.Just then the mistress" entered the

-? -'Mary," she said, sharply, "have you
Mrs; Olrich-My husband Is ah-a
finished polishing the brass ornamentsyet
conservative.Mrs. .
Nurich-Oh, I didn't know he
"Yes madam," she replied "all
except -
In that business. Has he
I Y was er er a --
1k i Ii your rings and bracelets." large conservatory?

A Waste of TimeA '
: I What a Man
r'" I farmer's son decided to be a law-
She-Oh, Jack, that's ten times
His father drove him Into town
J this weekou've knocked off my
"" I"'r/V"' '<> and got him a job as office'' boy to a
glasses and broken them while kiss
Dorothy Why do people use the law firm. Three days later the young ing me !

expression, "In the dead of winter?" fellow was back home again.
1h He-:Never mind, dear. After we're
"Well, Josh, how do like the
Leonard-Because it is usually short- you married I'll be more economical.
J. law?" his father asked.
after the when
ly holidays
everyone I Brooklyn Daily Eagle.Queensberry.
is dead broke. / "Aw, it ain't what it's cracked up

/// to be," said the boy. "I'm sorry I ever Rules

So Careless of Him learned it."
1 Magistrate (in English court)-

"Whatever did you quarrel with ..oJ' They say you browbeat your wife
When He Got It
George shamefully.The .
"Well, he proposed to me again last He-Often when I look up at the Miss Deery-You must have had Accused-I never browbeather
"How did you get such a bruisedeye night." stars in the firmament I can't help some narrow escapes in the war.'
your worship, I landed on her
George "Where was the harm In that?" thinking how small, how InsignificantI Sailor-I did, miss. jaw-London Answers.

"Well, I was out looking for trouble' "He forgot I had accepted him the am. Miss Deery-Did you get that scar
and this eye was the first to find it." night before." She-Indeed. And Is It the,only time during an engagement?
Did His
that that thought strikes you? Sailor-:No, miss. I got that whenI
OH, MERCY! broke It off. An exchange tells of a speed
Properly Cautious"If
WELL POSTED maniac who ran head-on into a seven-

;you could have two wishes come story office. building, and, after regainIng -
true, what would they be?" BAD TRADE"Experience consciousness, weakly mur-
: "Well, I'd wish for a husband." =---- mured, "I blew my horn."-Toronto
""That's "
only one. Globe.
"Yes; I think[ I'd save the other

until I saw how he turned out." n o t' Neutral Toward Dad i

IJE D o 0 "So you want to become my son.

# Heard in an Office n = in-law?" _

v "You are a great chap to blow your "Er-not exactly. I only wanted

own horn, Bill." T to marry your daughterDagensNyheter (

"One has (o. If you don't blow your ,

own horn nowadays, you are likely to
come out at the small end of it."




He-What'd do if kissed is a good asset."
you I ,you? ,
She-Oh, I'd probably grin and "Willie, can you name the chief "1\1 much prefer the bankroll I exchanged -
I 'se product of China?" for mine."
.bear it. ,
"Yes sum. Trouble." F T. 1,

How Terrible ,: Ingenious !?
Very Kind Mistress (to applicant A Considerate School Teacher-Now, what do you i
It's Mother-Why don't you want to go the widow's cruise?
not that I'm really wanting another understand by
servant to Sunday school,dear? Yes Minnie I
as I have three in the ?
house Margery-Well, I Just think I'd like Minnie-Please teacher the
already. But it's so dreadfully oppo-
awkward for them for bridge.-London to give God a vacation.-Life Maga- site of a maiden voyage.-London Hu-

Humorist. zine. morist.


1 ,- Father-It's a pleasure to meet

{ ( Mother-My I My I Weren't you a r my daughter's fiance. I want you to
{ lucky boy to get so many nice pres- make yourself 'right at home here.

ents? Her Fiance-Thanks, awfully, but I 1I

Tommy-Yep. Wot'm I going to get think it would look better if I movedIn

nex' birthday? after the ceremony. t!] v

Others Like Her Being Careful -

"What kind of a woman is Wilson's ;: -j v- 4 First Sailor-Had your baby christened I THE STANDARD
,- WHey (during a family Jar)-I havealways wife?" 0 .... yet, chum?
f- tried to be so fair, and- "The kind that talks on and on and Football (In chorus-Well I guess Second Sailor No fear; nobody's

Hubby (interrupting! )Yes, your cosmetics on about things that leave her speech- we'll be among the unemployed until going to crack my kid on the head DF QUALITY

i have cost me a heap of money! less." next fall. with a bottle.


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eous related products to these grocery MACHINE BUTTERS BREADIt BUT IF'.5
Future Forecast distributors amounted to 3GSG million
Gloomy is said that the original bread An old father, who had a weaknessfor
dollars in 1929, and for the 4G4 reporting -
slicing machine was a crude device gambling, called his children
manufacturers to 351.6 million
\ which was improvised by a kitchen round his bedside.

:; for Chain Store System dollars in the in former 1930. year The were total G,30G-allowances helper in a large Institution where "You must all promise me:" he

the matter of furnishing bread for said, "never to touch a card. Above
213, and in the latter year, $6,439-!
OOf. .514." the inmates was a serious task. The all, I would warn you against playIng -

, ..:.J cutting had to be started long be- baccarat. It is a game which will
"The total amount of the sales of
Decline in Sales Shown by per store year for the chains sustain- all of the GS2 reporting manufac- fore the meal or it would have been cost you a fortune, waste your time

ing the losses. impossible to deliver the bread fast and ruin your health. Do you all
Trade Commission. The commission's report summarizedalso turers of drug and miscellaneous related enough to I keep up with the appe- promise ,me never to play baccarat
to these distrIbutors
products drug
its detailed report to congress in tites to be satisfied. Some inventor "Yes, father!" In chorus.

Washington, D. C.-A gloomy future results of an investigation into special the report continued, "amountedto took the cue from this and made a "And remember-If you do play,
140.3 million dollars in 1929! and
'..", for the vast chain store Industry In discounts and allowances in certain slicer with a swinging knife blade always take the bank !"

7', this country is foreseen by the federal types of chain. for the CSS reporting manufacturersto with n connection that pushed the

7 t"; trade commission in its annual report "These studies," it was said, "were 13S.4 million dollars in 1930.' The bread along after each passage of
total allowances in the former
> for the fiscal year 103.-1)3.3.) undertaken: to determine the truth or year the knife. The next step was the revolving Genuine Gratitude

.. : Summarizing In the report the results falsity of assertions frequently made were $3,450,283" and in the' latter year, knife and the latest refine- "A bachelor has left his fortune toa

" :"' of its exhaustive Investigation that chain store organizations hold an $3,798,933. ment Is an improvement on this woman who refused him."
In the eight included in thecommission's
of all phases of the chain store s 's- important advantage over Independent; sears which butters the slices as they are "And then you say we men are not

::"",, tern, the commission found that the dealers, because of the' large discounts study, the report disclosed severed, from the ."

outlook for the industry, contrary to obtained by them on many Items, "average business investment
for all of the 2G I kinds of
per company
>, outward Indications, is definitely glum. which independent competitors were
chains was $1,503,901, the be- loaf.this
.. ;:' "Notwithstanding the general growthof not able to obtain."
ing from a low of $92,789 for men's
; chain store business as a whole and In the case of tobacco, according to lip test
furnishings chains to a high
;: the Increase In size and great success the report, "the total amount of the
$15,759,113 per for department
: company
't '- of many indIvidual chaIns the commission sales of 134 manufacturers of tobacco
store chains. The
[,r. reported, "the tendency of and related miscellaneous commoditiesto TOOK
I at them and cheeks too without
store for all kinds of chains was jour ,
i>, most of the kinds of chains clearly ap- these tobacco distributors aggregated : JLj make-up. Do they possess the natural glow of
$27,157; the lowest average being $5-
't pears to be (1) declining average sales just under 250 million In 1929 health, which comes from a sufficiency of rich, red
per'sto'r for the
547 millinery,chains
,'f., per store, (2) decreasing business In- and over 2S5 million In 1930. The total $S"0,213 blood? If they do, make-up is simple if they don't
and the highest store for
,?:::'." come per store, (3)) decreasing turn'r allowances in the former year were; "per read on you may find one of the reasons why your
1< department1 store chains..
:- of business investment and (4) 0,417,121, and in the latter year, $G,- skin is not clear and rosy.
' ." ... declining rates of return on investment 928,902." You cannot have red lips, rosy cheeks, energy and
the'period Embryonic Pastors .Waiters :'' ; cheerfulness if your blood is in a run-down condition.
over of time '
.. Show Grocery Figures.In 'Boston-.;-Some 20 Boston university Lack of hemo-glo-bin, the red coloring of the blood,
MR*;:.. by this portion of the inquiry. the grocery chains the commis- theological students, working as waiters may also indicate a weakened condition of the body

; Wide Variation in Profits. loss of .
sion found that "the total amount of in Boston restaurants, quit their S .:\ strength poor appetite.
,:: : The commission found a wide variation the sales of all the 457 reporting man- part-time jobs when the establishments S.S.S. is not just a so-called tonic but a tonic'specially -

: in the net operating profits of the ufacturers of grocery and miscellan- began serving liquor. y'; designed to stimulate'gastric secretions, and also
having the mineral elements
so very, very necessary in
twenty-six types of chain stores Included -
t we Y: : ; restoring a low hemo-glo-bin content. If your condi-
In its investigation. The lowest "'
: I tion suggests a blood tonic of this kind, try S,S.S.
',. ,, :, rate of profit on sales was in the hat I Rain Goggles for the Motorist I 'f Unless your case is exceptional, you should soon notice -

0' and cap chains, which showed an op- \ <'r> .
:" : a pick-up in your appetite,. your color and skin
'> : erating loss of 0.42 cent. The highest \
''.( per 'Si should improve with increased strength. ,
; f- i;> rate was.a. profit of 11.4G per cent S.S.S.:is sold by all drug stores in two sizes the

In the furniture chains. larger is more economical.. The S.S.S. Co.

: "The study of chain store operations
./ disclosed that a fairly substantial number
. -'. Seeded by Plane Looking Around"Is
of losses Instead
companies reported ,
", Two thousand burned acres of the this the famous, Hall of Records -
: : of profits from operations," the "
Santa Barbara National forest were ?
commission stated. "This condition existed -
seeded with clover by airplane recently "Yes, miss."
; in some measure in all of the ,4a' : '.' .
., ; : to protect this California watershed "Got any nice dance records. ?"-
; 'O 2G kinds of chains and involved aggre-
/.. .:" from excessive rain wash. Louisville Courier Journal
:, gate sales of over $1,500,000,000, the

,': .:, losses totaling $43,934,074. These losses

.- ,. average more than $40000 per company -

'..,. ',. :', year, or slightly more than $2,000 \
.> I
:'i;[ ....:,
..'': :': Fish Hear Whistle, V r ;

.,; ..y., ',:. Wiggle Back Home '

'. ". Pasadena, Calif.-Nineteen gold-
:,' : fish that figuratively walked back

: .. home in response to a whistle were }kY } R ;, :Y s2yi
''::':.: '- Introduced to a skeptical public to-
: ;' day by Mis. J. II. Feitig of Pasa-
- "C r : o. v 1
: s
: ': r. dena. rr! t p.

r.. The leading fish was Billy, a .3t. .S IX ,!,r ,{ s

doughty old veteran of the poolS vv ..A1S .2x' \ }r \ n
. 1
.-::' ; .., :Mis. Teitig has in her back yard 1

.:;. / Billy and his companions were v.M. a 1

fl t'1 j swept away by torrential rains. .l.l, : yn

}iv, 111'b recalled_ her gardener, !'i. .AY.vrn ;

Hairy Fraser, once boasted he ,:

could call Billy by a peculiar whis-

tle. She summoned the gardener

to prove it m'r

'li; 'f, Fraser walked from puddle to 2 If throat is sore,crush and
puddle At dissolve 3 Bayer Aspirin
whistling. the
J ,.,. largest Take 2 Bayer Aspirin Drink full glass of water. Tablets in a half glass of
he again whistled. Up popped Tablets. Repeat treatment in 2 water and gargle accord-
Billy. I hours. ing to directions in box.

". Fraser, said :Mis. Fertig, re-
treated backward till whistling, '
"- and Billy, trailed by the IS other This is L. A. V. Davoien of England wearing a pair of the "rain goggles"that Almost Instant Relief in This WayThe

:'..'< '> golr ish, swam meekly back to the he has invented. They are fitted with windscreen wipers which are drivenby

pool. an exterior air fan that comes into operation when the motorist is traveling simple method pictured above instantly when you take them t

!:: :. at a speed of fifteen miles an hour or upwards. is the way doctors throughout the And for a gargle, Genuine

__ world now treat colds. BAYER Aspirin Tablets dissolveIt
'. ;< :;;..- /
so completely they leave no irritating
L: is recognized the QUICKEST -
;?:;: f-: : -:: Big Mining Boom in Rockies Predictederal I pathy conscious and evasion solicitation.of "This is an "un- safest, surest as way to treat particles. Get a box of 12

responsibility. bottle of 24 100 at
orditablets or a or
,:. :..,:_ '. a cold. For it will check an
. : I Relaxation was cited the
C, by phychla- drug store.
cf' 1'-- nary cold almost as fast as you any
.-i" trist as an aid to
; overcoming
l" .,>: ,)., New Monetary Policies Spur new discoveries were made. In conditions. caught it.

/ Gold Prospectors.Denver ,the district around Starr's discovery Ask your doctor about this.

dozens of new strikes were reported, And when you buy, see that you .

,.: ::} many' of them apparently of sufficient! F. D. BIRTHDAY CAKE get the real BAYER Aspirin 9 .

'.ry <, Colo.-Mining authorities of 'value to make their owners wealthy. Tablets. They dissolve almost

(" >. the Rocky mountain region predict Effect of the boom was at once ap- 'ri2M (ry k instantly. And thus work almostCuticura

.;.: : 1034 will see one of the greatest booms parent. Receipts of newly mined goldat
, 9 9
:/. ,. in many years. the United States mint here doubled
-: With government monetary policies and then quadrupled. New capital ,, .
< b M.r .aYkd
-.. \ L lifting prices of both gold and silver came into the state to be invested ,in fir"p : .

F. \ to levels making for pro1 table'opera- mining properties.The Sewing', Crocheting:, Embroidering:at Home

. tion of many mines long closed down, silver-buying order, which lift- Investigated list of firms supplying! this 1
work also other kinds. Friendly
production of the precious metals is ed the price of the white metal to detailed explanations 25c coin. adylcc.II. H. -.;:

expected to leap to new highs. 64% cents an ounce, was expected to ( Holmes, l'WS Kcnsselaer, Jacksonville Ha.WAITED 1

Already, despite the fact that coming have an even greater effect. Certainly -

of winter has held down activity, authorities said, It will provide the Women': Earn money in jour
own home doing! needlework for us. Send
official figures reveal a modest boom. stimulus for many new mining opera- stamped envelope for particulars.

Production totals of Colorado mines tions. Rojal: Novelty Co., Portsmouth, Ohio. ;

for last year, reports showed, reached ,;

nearly $7,000,000 In value, a total far Says Misfits Find Dodgein A NEW PLAN MAIL ORDER BUSINESS: ,
Interesting llteiature J. M. FRANCIS,.
above 1932.A BOX 227, \CKSOX: IILK.IIls, >. \. y,
"Nervous Breakdown"Berkeley : Put Mcntholnfum In
J /
considerable Increase in production -
the noslrils io relieve
of silver was recorded, but gold Calif.-There is, no such ?; / i. congestion and clear "CAsn IV ON THIS MONEY MAKEIt:

production decreased slightly. Never- thing as a "nervous breakdown," according the breaihink3 assages. A marvelous gasoline saver Every car

, theless, the fact the government to Dr. M. C. Reid, Universityof gallon owner sure'Removes prospect.: carbon Greater Sells mileage easll)'. Send per j

y bought the yellow metal at high levels California psychiatrist. 'ten cents mailing/ cost for free sample. S
A Agents wanted e\'v\here u n'ER.S.-\L 1
,, resulted in an increase In value of Actually, Doctor Reed said, the con- M. G. CO, 1411 Uronduny, New lork. \
the gold produced. dition termed a "breakdown" Is a

55 ?' r The gold-buying order of President mental "compromise.1' WJ\XTED
t? S Roosevelt resulted in one of the "A typical case that we have in col- : Catholic men and women solicit nam'f!' 250eaeh
4a .
paid Details for 8tnm CJfo\D.
greatest prospecting rushes in state lege," the psychiatrist said, "is the stu- \, Talcum 3321/ M.SS'E.., IXDIArOUs.. IND.

history-and not a few of the thou- dent who attempts to take subjects in

sands who searched the mountains which he is uninterested or for whichhe ST.\ lrs PACKET

\.;'. for gold were successful. is mentally unadapted. Unable to Cooling l Refreshing 50 Used Stamps of the World, all different.
25c. IYALTER,1308EdanlsAve.N.T.Ctty.RUBBER ;
>:... There was Charlie Starr, for exam- force himself to give the concentrationto Here is probably the biggest birth-

..,t: pIe. Only a few days after the gov- master these subjects, he worries day cake ever baked. it was made at Fragrant and refreshing oriental

,-.;;.' ernment order he revealed discoveryof continually, and at the approach of Coral Gables, Fla., and sent to the balsamic essential oils comprise the
: ; '. one of the richest lodes ever found finals he attempts to drive his brain patients at Warm Springs, Ga., to be medication of Cuticura Talcum. STAMPSand

}fi:, In Colorado. Almost at the grass roots and will power. eaten on President Roosevelt's birthday Instantly upon touching the

: this long-time prospector and his "The result from a case of this kindIs January 30. Beside it stands Col. skin these oils start their soothingand other Marking Devices
work and skin is
partner, 'George Gilmore, found untold that the conscious mind is deter- Henry I... Dougherty, general chair- protected irritation.jour i*WRITE FOR CATALOG*
.tJ.'" riches. mined to carry on, but the unconscious man of the national committee that >> DIXIE SEAL & STAMP COMPANY
..1!.... The Starr discovery, located near mind rebels. The so-called arranged for Roosevelt birthday par- Price 25c ATLANTA. CA.

., Mancos, Colo., was only one of many. nervous breakdown, Is a compromise.The ties In hundreds of cities and townsto
In the Cripple Creek district, gener- individual 'saves' his face and the rills money for the Warm Springs Sample free. Address: Cuticura..'* 5-34

>. ally believed worked out long ago, sev- scorn of the world is changed to sym- Foundation. Dept. S, Malden )I..*. WNU-7

J.t&l ) .. 1 J ,. i2' S, '""': =,,.,',': .. .:- : :'.]l ; i; .';:.S, : : i 0, 'O" (':A' '...., -' :'0:("'.:' .>!r" .... ---- -- }

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SCHOOL BOARD DEMAND bondholders offered ten highway I: then designate and that If you have j
SHARE OF STATE FUNDS bonds at 60, stating that there was any objections to the entering of' SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS I READ THE ADS

(Continued from page 1) $6,680 in the gas tax. fund at Tallahassee an order in accordance with said
agreeing that if it received more which could be spent for petition that you may be presentat
the said time and place and presentthe .A .--' -- '= ':"=-,;,-'- '.:':-__- ,':--", : .-J-
than was due the schools under this purpose. same to the Court. j r '.::'--I"' !''' :: _, := i.-r & ,

terms of the special act referred to, The commissioners decided that Dated this 10th day of January, ','
the money would be refunded. 60 was a high price for the bonds I A. D. 1934. WELCOME TO THE

There was much discussion of the and authorized the clerk to reply I JAMES E. BEARDSLEY, !,
situation,by members of both boards that 57 would be their top price. JAMES M. COUSE, Southwest Florida Fair F

and by visitors at the meeting. Several Steps to protect the court house I Co-Receivers of "\ .
attempts at an amicable settle- and surrounding buildings in case Clewiston Drainage And When in Fort Myers (-;

ment were made. The county board of fire was taken at the request of District.No. .: Make Your Shopping Headquarters at
asked the members of the school Mayor F. Watts Hall of LaBelle, I I 6C. Jan. 12, 19, 26, Feb. 1, S.\\

board if payment of the first $9,000 who pointed out the necessity for a I J

received would be satisfactory. Up- fire plug in the neighborhood. The '
on receiving a favorable reply B. F. commmissioners passed a motion JUDICIAL CIRCUIT- OF FLORIDA -

Magill moved to turn the first $9- authorizing the purchase and instal- IN' AND FOR HENDRY

000 of the race track money over lation of the fire plug on the condi- COUNTY; IN CHANCERY.. ,>,1.,,

to the board of public instruction.Dave tion that it be placed on public r r

Alston seconded the motion, property. B. F. Magill was appointd CLAYS W. SEABERG,

but later withdrew: it, after having r to take charge of the matter. Complainantvs.
I Bill
been advised by the board's attor- for Divorce. -- "

ney that the action could not be I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ARTHUR Defendant.It W.. SEABERG, 1 1112 MAIN ST., . . FT. MYERS.MENS'iUNG .
condoned by the comptroller. Mr. TAX DEED c, -,"
appearing by affidavit appended
Alston then offered a motion that to the bill of
sworn Complain'in
the schools be given $7,500 of the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
the above entitled cause that the MEN
first funds that came in, as full That FOSTER MEREDITH, holder defendant Arthur L. Seaberg is a SUITS
of Tax Certificate No. 803, 7th day I
settlement, and Ray Hull secondedthe non resident of the State of Flor-
of July, A. D. 1930, has filed said
motion, which carried. ,Mr. Al- ida, that there is no person within
office and made
ston then offered to add $500 to application certificate in for my tax deed to issue the State of Floridathe" service of $-14-95 $i7:2 $19Z2Browns
this amount from his district funds, i thereon in accordance with law. process Chancery upon whom N rt
would bind the said defendant.It .
making a total of $8,000 to the Said certificate embraces the following -
Is thereupon ordered that the Bines! Grcjs! Tans! Wool Worsteds! Flannels! u
schools. B. F. Magill offered to give described property situatedin
half of the $500 Mr. Alston offered Hendry County, Florida, to-wit: and defendant appear Arthur to the Bill L. of Seaberg' Complaint be Cheviots! A SMALL: DEPOSIT HOLDS ANY SUIT. r

from his own district stating thata Lot 4 Block 156 Clewiston.The I in said cause on or before the 5th '. J't.': """,, __ :-K 1J''"
assessment of said property
$500 donation was too much ofa 'day of March A. D. 1934 otherwisethe
drain on one district. Mr. Alston under the said certificate issued allegations of said"Bill of Complaint MENS' DRESS SHIRTS . .J. '
was In the name of C. C. Klutts. I 9C "
agreed. will be taken as confessedby Fast Color Broadcloth! Solid Colors J -
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
him. Tan, Blue, White, Green, Grey tM'ANS' .
The school board members could according to law, tax deed ..
I It is
ordered that the
not agree among themselves, and will issue thereon on the 12th day
te commissioners above notice be published in the DRESS OXFORDS . 1 .98 )
county agreed to I of March, A. D. 1934. $ .
Clewiston News a .newspaper pub- Black or Tan Styles: Plain Toe! Cap Tee! Wing Tip! JL .f J
give them a few days to considerthe "-
Dated this 9th day of Feb., A. D. lished in said CountyandState oncea OTHERS $2.95 and $3.95
matter and make their decision. 1934. week for four consecutive weeks "

The $1,500 check was deposited in WILLIAM T. HULL, Done and ordered at LaBelle, ;MENS' ATHLETIC .

the First Bank of Clewiston in a (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court, Florida this 1st day of February SHIRTS or SHORTS, each. . . l9C :
special fund. Hendry County, Florida. A. D. 1934.

The resolution adopted by the Feb. 9, 1934-5t I WILLIAM T. HULL, ; MENS! YOUNG MENS! ,
school board Tuesday is as follows: Clerk Circuit; Court. .95

"WHEREAS, under the provisionsof IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE By Inez Magill, DRESS PANTS, $1.69 up toMENS' . $ 5= :-

Chapter 16118, laws of Florida, TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT (SEAL) Deputy Clerk.
of 1933, this Board is entitledto
Solicitor for Complainant. FELT HATS u .95
demand a portion of the moneys $1.39 $
which the board of county commis- \\IN CHANCERY. Narrow or Wide Brims! -
sioners of Hendry County, Florida,
has or will receive from race track Plaintiffsvs, : MENS' TRIPLE STITCHED ti

funds under the provisions of chapter : Counselor 49c
and Attorney at Law WORK SHIRTS
14832, Laws of Florida, Acts of'' CLEWISTON DRAINAGE DISTRICT, Hopkins Building

1931, andWHEREAS ET AL, .
Defendants.TO Wednesdajs and Saturdays WORK PANTS
this board now determines -

that it will be entitled to OTHER ALL CREDITORS BONDHOLDERS OF CLEWIS-AND' 9:30 to 4:00 ;. The largest selection in Fort Mjers _..._.............._.... 98 c
moneys, if such amount is available .t
demand in .
excess of $15,000 of said
You are hereby notified that a .
Therefore, Be it Resolved, by this petition has been filed in the above f.-WA TED..1' EMPIRE WORK SHOES 1 .69 '
board in open session assembledthat entitled cause by the Receivers here- $ -
the board of county commissioners tofore appointed for Clewiston Drain- $: NICELY DRESSED WILD .+: AND OXFORDS .......................................-_...._............. -*--= ;.;

of Hendry County, Florida, age District, praying instruction of X V RABBITS :'

take notice that this board will demand the Court relative to the manner of :S: V. L. PHILLIPS :i: ::, HENS 16 1\. BLACK C!
that it be paid the full the payment of all taxes and assess- i' 3'4 ,
ments installments of taxes or . . .
or ,
mount of money due or to become .:N:N N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N N:N N:M:N N:N:N:.:N:N:N:.::. t
assessments levied and assessed by
due to it under the provisions of
TO $6.95
said District for the year 1932 and

said chapter 16118. subsequent :years and that said ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:. = RECONDITIONED KHAKI
On motion of Mr. Miner, seconded Receivers in said petition pursuantto 7 9 g;
by Mr. Carr, the foregoing reso- Chapter 16256 Laws of Florida, *. SEA FOOD MARKET :::: ARMY BREECHES . . . C. :T-

lution was passed this 7th day of Acts of 1933 request authority of :|_: LUNCHES | OTHERS PRICED ....__........_.............:_..$1.59 to $2.95 ?

the above Court to accept bonds,
February, 1934.
matured interest coupons or other : CANVAS COVERED COTS $2.69 82.98
obligations of said District at par, I J. G. MARTIN |: --
in lieu of money, in the payment of .V. FIRST DOOR NORTH POOLE'S GRO. .*J.* ALL WOOL ARMY STYLE :
: $2.95
OF COUNTY to $4.50
all such taxes and assessments or ':' LABELLE FLORIDA .*. BLANKETS
. .
** .
(Continued from page 1)) installments of taxes or assessments, . .' ...
at their meeting Tuesday, it was and requesting authority to accept *:*%*%*%**.*****:**:*%*%**#*%.**.*%*%*%*%*%.*%**:*%*%*%*%*%*%* ,-==, -= <-==-

stated that the total county fundsat either the Installment tax or maintenance ---.-

the present time are $7,805.79, tax without requiring paymentof "
$1,471.30 of which is tied up in the the other at the same time. xy
original bond fund and can not be You are further notified that this .'.

used. This leaves a balance of $6- petition will be presented to the :: ::: An Attractive Clewiston H.
: ::
334.49 available money, much of Judge of said court, at his office in j I: ::
the Court House in Fort Myers, Lee
which is in budgetted funds which County, Florida, on Monday, the 12th !
U We Build r
"I must be
used for the purpose de day of February, A. D. 1934 at Nine Helped
o'clock A .M. or as soon thereafteras yf xyy
Clerk Hull states that the nor- they may be heard or at such

mal amount for the county to haveon I other time or place as the Court may I Ot( .... ..::.. ..'!..

hand is about $20,000. In ad- 's' 's.' 0:' .:.
dition to the shortage of funds os' 'i. .:. .:.
..4.. .. ....... .... ... ........ . .s' ':' .:. .:.
Clerk Hull states that there is a .. .N.:.N. .":.N. .N; .NN. .N.N.N.N.N.N:. os' '.:'. 3J .:. .:.
default of $9,430 in .s' : .i' .:.
the Court
"j' '' III14Y ..' .:.
House Bonds and coupons. os''s.Y:. .:. .:.

CATHOLICS SPONSOR Good FarmLand m4: y yy:


(Continued from page 1) y
will begin at 8:30 .. ,.' -A y
50 Xx ,t .- t 6p xx IY1
cents per person. A liberal numberof

prizes has been provided for the :;: '
:!: ::
bridge players and refreshments for Rent
will be served. f yy
The dance and card party will 11:1 y y

be the fourth annual affair which : : yyy
the Altar
Society has given.. They :* yYY
have !
proven most successful both

from the financial returns and ,, YY

from the YY .. >>
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