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 16, 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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NOVEL EXHIBIT AT The warehouse of the Seed and WELL PLEASED AT H. Brown, an instructor from INJURES CHILD i I iI

the bureau of mines of
Fertilizer department of the- Clew- Washington I

iston Drug Company, which was be- D. C., conducted a threedayfirst
FORT MYERS FAIR gun about ten days ago has been aid school here Monday through CLEWISTON I i

completed and is receiving a com- T Wednesday for employees of the U.

plete stock of seed and fertilizers General Edward M. Mark- S. engineers in the Okeechobee and Melvin Warren, 5 1-2 old
A ton of from the fields of lower East Coast areas. year
cane in carlot ship
which are arriving ham, chief engineer, of Washington, son of Mrs. Annie Douglas, of \
The school from "
the United States Sugar corpora- was attended by
ments. was pleased with the splendid pro- Hooker's Point is recovering from
', tion forms a background for Hen- The building of the warehousewas 15 to 20 men each day, who were
made the government
gress a broken collar bone and other injuries -
county's booth at the South- sent in from the various field offices -
dry the failure of pilingfor
; delayed by
dredge, Welatka, on the Lake Qke"echobec received when he was struckby
west Florida Fair, which opened In the foundation to arrive on sche- i and plants for the school.
levee project, when he madea a car driven by George Caldwell
Fort Myers Tuesday. The attractive However when the pil- These men in turn, will carry the
dule time. ,
special visit to the dredge on its shortly after dark on the Hooker's
;'. booth is the work of E. L. Stall- construction was rushedto first aid instructions back to their .
ing came,
r., ings, F. L. Dunaway, Ray C. Hull I completion and the last of the fellow employees, as part of the
chief of
',:- I. day. The engineers was well, according to eye witnesses was
,:- and others. roof was in place Thursday morn- safety campaign continually car-
accompanied on his visit here by operating without lights, although'the
J' The exhibit displays the variety of ing. Shipments of stock were scheduled Division Engineer for the Gulf of ried on by the government' on its lights on the car were in per-

W' agricultural crops of the county and to arrive Thursday, so work- of Mexico Division, Colonel WarrenT. construction work. fect condition at' the time. He was

i 4": the group of deer and coon skins men were rushed to complete: the Hannun of New Orleans andi The first aid schools have been charged with operating a motor vehicle
: the hunter's in time to house the new conducted as a part of the routineof
. f lends interest from building ,i I District Engineer for the Florida while under the influence of
:::{" viewpoint. A nice collection of hon- merchandise.The I District, Major B. C. Dunn, of Jack- the Bureau of Mines, but have liquor.

;;::: ey reminds the visitor that Hendry building 'is located near the I I sonville. The party had lunch aboard only recently been extended to include Caldwell
was arrested and in
. -:- county ships tons of honey an- A. C. L. tracks a short distance the Welatka. the corps of engineers, this
.' County Judge Rider's.court Thurs-.
nually. There are plates of lus- south of, the freight depot, and a The Welatka, a government own- being one of the first of the en- .

cious Klondike strawberries, an private siding has,,been built to the ed dredge, and the largest dredge gineering divisions to .recede. the fined day morning$100 and plead costs guilty'and sentenced and was Ito

enormous turnip and other agricultural warehouse for the convenience of ever brought into Lake Okeechobee, regular instruction.ENGINEER'S.
thirty days in jail for driving an .j
"'", oddities. the business. is on location in Division 3, north-
'construction automobile while under the influence
.':>" There is a bit of historical Interest The was under the west of Moore Haven where it began I of intoxicating liquor. \

r1 attached to the four foot cop- supervision of J. F. Tippey, local work a month ago. During the' BOARD Prosecuting Attorney ,L. 0. Gravely ',:

-. per kettle that forms part of the contractor. time it has been in operation the states that the officials were act t

r. hibit. The kettle, which is eX-I dredge has been building levee at a HERE TO INSPECT ing under the orders of Governor
'I the oldest kettle in the United : rate of approximately 18,000 cubic Sholtz in exacting the full penalty ".

'.' is supposed Ito have been brought to I COUNTY GETS SIX yards per day. It is making such and that all drunken drivers will ,.

,,;: >-. '*," this country four hundred years ago splendid progress that the'chief's LAKE PROJECTSMembers meet with like treatment .in this

by Spaniards who used the ancients I NEW TEACHERS BY visit was made largely for the pur- county.

utensil to make syrup from the pose of viewing the dredge on loca- '
The accident, which was witnessed
cane which they introduced to the tion and seeing the work done. The
of the board of army by the boy's grandfather and
newly' found continent. It is dredge master in of the
now CIVIL WORKS PLANThrough charge
engineers, including General Jack-
others, occurred just in front of the
the property of County Commission dredge operation is Captain F. D.
son, Colonel Bardon, Colonel Earl J. grandfather's home, as the childin
er B. F. Magill, who gives all the King, while W. R. Ellis has been in Brown, Colonel Hoffman and Col- company with others were play ;+

"', data he has been able to collect con- the efforts of Mrs. M. charge of levee construction. onel Warren T. Hannun
: ing with an automobile tire on the ,
; .: cerning it.During .. 'W. Blanton, Social Service Workerin .The Chief of Engineers and his by Major B. C. Dunn and C. road. Hearing a car approachingfrom

the British raid the kettle LaBelle, the CWS is furnishingsix party also visited other work on division Nelson of the U. S. Engineer Office, the east Melvin threw down

': was taken from the vicinity of St. teachers to supplement the staffsof 3, including Drainage cul- Jacksonville, paid an inspection visitto his tire and got" to the side of the ,r

'V V Augustine Into Georgia where it remained the four schools in the county. vert No. 1'at Nicodemus Slough and the Lake Okeechobee federal pro- road next to his home. After the

, .' for nearly two centuries. The new teachers with their respective the dredges Niagara and Kennedy. ject 'yesterday. car passed he crossed the road and '
In 1875 J. P. Andrews into positions are as follows: Brief stops were made in Clewistonat
came II Leaving Fort Myers by boat picked his tire up, just as the Cald-
' *.. this section of Florida from his native Miss Josephine Poor of Denaud, tho more easily accessible por-
Thursday morning the party came well car with no lights approachedfrom
and he the I in La- tions of the levee work, the hur-
Georgia brought seventh and eighth subjects
I I up the Caloosahatchee river to Alva, behind. The child, evidently
kettle along. Since then, accordingto :I Belle; Miss Lucille Hampton, of La- ricane gate and the McWilliams levee thence by car to Moore Haven. They mistook the sound of the motor behind

local rumor, it has been used for I Belle, third grade, in LaBelle; Reul contract. II had
visited first the government dredge, him for the car that just
everything from making syrup to Haskew, of Denaud, third grade in Major General Markham, Colonel
struck the childa
Welatka, which is on location at passed. car
distilling "shine." j Clewiston Miss Estelle Ethington Hannun and Major Dunn arrived in
. ; the extreme northwestern portion of full blow, but the tire which happened -
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;:;1.. -: j on display, In.the''Old Fort Marion at iston; Mrs. M. L.Maddox, of Felda, and left at o'clock that-evening.. 'lunch on th'e-dredg: ,"the: part'y' de body evidently broke the force of

.. -' St. Augustine that matches the ket- I sixth'grade in Felda; Miss ,Cather- the rest of the trip by car and boat, the. impact sufficient to save his life.

tle in construction and general' ap- ine Anderson, of LaBelle, elemen- GYRO-I using whichever method of transportation The boy was: knocked unconscious I
work in Sears. Missed Eth'lngton PUREOIL
pearance and is believed to have' tery was most convenient for and was drug several yards by the

been made at the same time for the and Anderson have been teach- reaching other portions of the work. car. Caldwell stopped his car a short
purpose of dipping from the ing for some time at the schools road
syrup distance, down the and returned -
MAKES VISIT HEREThe Practically every portion of the
r'4"fi larger cauldron.Clewiston named and the other four will be-
project now under construction to the scene of the accident.He .
hi, gin Friday morning.Mrs. visited during the day, as the visit- had evidently been drinking to ;;
Blanton states that the
by '
CWS ruling these teachers must be Pure-Oil auto-gyro; piloted by ing officials, 'accompanied by Lieutenant such an extent that he did not real -(, "
Drug ize his lights were not turned on,
Hemenway; and Lieutenant
selected from the relief list. Frank Faulkner, spent a few hoursin
,'r. Clewiston yesterday morning, a Selee, of the Clewiston sub-office for when one of the neighbors who

Will Sponsor New part of an advertising tour of the covered the south shore of Lake O- joined the crowd called his atten-

keechobee. left for Miami following tion to the fact that he had no
., KIWANIS WINS BY Pure-Oil Company. J. K. Baker, They
j' V : Golf TournamentA distributor for Belle Glade, Clew- their inspection of the work lights on the car, he turned themon.

iston and other towns in this ter- here. .

new golf tournament to be TWO RUN MARGINIn ritory made the trip from Belle Melvin was brought in to the local
hospital and his injuries treated and
Glade here in the auto-gyro. Mr.
sponsored by the Clewiston Drug
Company has been scheduled by Baker said the trip was particularly JUNIOR CLASS HAS the collar bone set. He was takento
marked with the Arcadia hospital for X-Ray
a game heavy beautiful and interesting as tho
; Lloyd local
Sparrow, pro, and qual-
: ifying will start Sunday, February hitting, the Kiwanis Club drove its pilot followed the levee line around I. pictures, but no internal injuries

./":.." 18 and continue through February way to a 20-18 victory over the en- the lake the entire distance. BENEFIT BRIDGEMrs. have developed, and he seems to be

,.;;::..' 25. The first round matches will gineers on the local diamond ball Several local people, Including I recovering. nicely.

;:..,:.: be played the following week-end, field last Tuesday night. Postmaster Arthur Lawrence, E. E. n

>",< March 3 and 4. Langford started on the mound -Kelley of the Clewiston Motor Com- R. Y. Patterson and Miss Fire In Jail
:... for the Kiwanis and pitched till the pany, and C. M. Baker and W. D. Marie Williams were winners of the
The tournament will be unique in
last inning when he was relieved by Tidwell, were taken up for short two high score prizes awarded at
its method of prize awards. Each
Shelley. Peterson all the trips over' the city. The unique class benefit bridge party
:..:' c" player that wins the first match is went way' the junior A fire that destroyed a mattressand
for the engineers.Both plane was the object of much inter given atf ,the Clewiston Inn Friday excitement
: considerable
j assured of a prize, the value of ,the created
hit est and a number of people visitedit afternoon. Second high scores were
.;: i' prize Increasing with each match pitchers were heavily, without causing much damage occurred
'. won, and the winner of the finals with home-runs, triples and doubles at the local airport during its made by Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and at, the city jail Saturday

will be awarded a trophy. coming in at opportune times. Beder brief stay, while few people missed Mrs. C. E. Nall, and cut prize wentto night when a drunken prisoner set

The Clewiston Drug Company is Nall, first up, parked one over the opportunity of watching it. dur- Mrs. J. E. Wynn. fire to his mattress.

'. the canal bank to circle the bases. ing its flights. Guests included Mrs. I. M. Paf-
sponsoring the match as a sports The prisoner, Johnnie Mathis
'. .. booster. Each player will pay a 50 Triples by Shelley, Whidden, C. The auto-gyro, manufactured by ford, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Miss Vil- had evidently, fallen into a drunken
Nail, McCracken, Peterson and Pitcairn, the only company manufacturing Rhodes Mrs. A. L. Rackstraw,
\ cent entry fee, but all that is needed ma stupor while smoking a cigarette in
to win Thomas with several doubles marked auto-gyros in this country, Mrs. E. A. Shultz, Mrs. Robert
. l, V a prize is to win one bed. 1
... .' match. The tournament is open to further hitting.It has been used by the Pure-Oil_ Com- Smith, Mrs Barney Thomas, Mrs.C. smoke and flames were soon I
all players, but the playing of 18'' was anybody's game to the end, pany for advertising purpos It F. Trainor, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, in near'j j
holes with attested card is neces- with the engineers in winning position received its usual diet of Purol avia- Mrs. Harry Turner, Mrs. A. O. noticed by other prisoners
to on the last out. tion gasoline and Tiolene oil while Ward, Miss Elizabeth West, Miss by cells and by Night-watchman
sary qualify.
Lloyd Sparrow mat
at the jail as a
ler who sleeps
hopes to see the largest crowd of Line-ups for the* game were: at the local airport. Marie Williams, Mrs. Gayle McFad- extinguished the
ter of safety. Tyler
any tournament entered in the new Kiwanis Engineers' den, Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. J. E. fire extinguisher before -
.match.I. Campbell Nail c Clark SENATOR GOMEZ HERE Beardsley, Miss Gertrude Balasok, blaze with a
I.... ._. the fire'spread beyond the bed
I..... Shelley lb. Smith FOR BRIEF VISIT 1Ir8.H.. A. Bestor, Miss Mae Drew ., MathIs .
Mathis was sleeping.
in which
Whidden 2b. Nail ,Cl. Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, Mrs.Floyd '

;'' NEGRO .ATTE n>TING TO I George, SS SS. McCracken Senator Arthur Gomez of Key Grant, Miss Eva Mae Green, Mrs. H. was uninjured.

"HORO" RIDE ON CANE B. Nail 3b.. Moore West, accompanied by Attorney L. R. Hall, Mrs. F. I. Hill; Miss Evelyn

V TRAIN IS. INJURED IN FALL Baker rf. Berry O. Gravely, LaBelle, paid a brief Hare, Miss Dorothy Lockhart, Mrs. I FINALS IN GOLF :MATCHTO :

-. 1 Alston cf. Escott visit to Clewiston Wednesday.The W. Lockhart, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, I HE PLAYED SUNDAY .

: V : .Gr Sias i If. Miller visitors drove over from La- Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. D. A. Mc-

.'W? :.... V in dy the Wynn Liberty, a Point negro field cane cutter Lawrence sf. Sheffield Belle, and spent' the afternoon vIsiting Geachey, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. C. J. J. Harrington and Pete Wilson

;'itr. V was injured camp, Umpires:' McFadden and Yoe- friends In Clewiston and vic I W. MacDonald, Mrs. C. E. Nall, Mrs. will meet in the finals of the New

l!.: ;'. he attempted Sunday to steal morning, when I mans.Friday's. inity. Senator Gomez returned to W. C. Owen, Mrs. G. C. Poole and Year Handicap Tournament on the
a ride into
..: V Fort Myers in the evening. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. local golf course Sunday afternoonat
..1' :; ': ,V.: Clewiston on one of the cane trains I game was called off ,so Senator Gomez has representedthe o'clock. :Mr. Harrington,
of the United States Sugar C tat it would not conflict with the two
rpor- 24th district in the state sen- is 11 strokes defeated -
A ation.. Wynn jumped to catch the benefit play, ,sponsored by the Com- ate for two terms and is wellknownover I Pure Florida tupelo honey will whose Tom Shelley 3 to 2 for his
;, train, missed his hold and fell munity Church. ,
beneath keep in perfect condition for years Wilson,
his entire district, which em- place In the finals. Pete
/i- :. the cars, with resulting injuries does not and Is recom-
'' V braces Monroe, Lee, Collier, Char- crystalize with a handicap of 21, defeated Hu-
: so serious that amputation of SALES NET OVER mended by the medical professionIn
TAG $7,000 lotte and Hendry counties. bert Land by the same margin.
4{ : the left leg above the knee was ne- place of sugar for many patients. maintained
i> There has been a well
':'; cessary. According to the records of "No, Honey, the Monstera Dell- Try some Florida honey on your tournament and It la
,'V:.:;. '. .The Injured negro was brought to Frank Daughtery, tag sales in Hen- ciosa is not a big lizzard and the pancakes and learn how deliciousIt interest in the will follow

the local hospital, where Dr. dry county totalled $7,092.70 February Cherimoya Is not a monkey. They is and then sweeten your coffee expected that a gallery for the first

,.. yl Schiffll performed the operation, sixth. Since then several are both delicious sub-tropical with Florida grown sugar. Jn the" the two competitors .
j Sunday.'r :
..:....,f\; and,. cared for the patient., l' 1 more tags, have been. purchased. fruits." form of Dixie Crystals., ,j,. .......'' 'J j place in ,the finals? i

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News: Review of Current house be of peers abandoned that1, the expressing 1935 conference fear JOHN DILLINGER IS Smooth Off Ugly '

that Japan would be forced to wreck ,

It. He and other Japanese statesmen JAILED IN INDIANA Freckles Blackheads

however, reiterated that there ,w'as no .
Events the World
: conceivable reason for war between Nature's Way -'.
their country and the United States. ,
Captured in Tucson He Is f
Here is inexpensive, quickernay
Minister of War Hayashl also denied an .j
to skin beauty-a way that has
that Japan was making preparationsfor Brought by Plane.
been tested and trusted by women
Passes Dollar Is Devalued Perkins war with Russia, and said[ tho .
Bill -Secretary, ''''.;' for over a generation.You
Japanese army in Manchukuo;: would, Crown Point, Ind.-Lodged behind } ,;, You can whiten, clear
Proposes Federal Tax for Permanent Dole Funds- not assist in any attempt to extend the bars here after a dramatic air- '77 .",., -, '( and freshen your complexion -

the boundaries of that state. I plane dash across the country, clio ;.;:/' '. 9 remove all
Polish-German Peace Treaty.By :,, : trace of blackheads,
Russia ,has a chip on Its shoulder. maxed by his landing in Chicago ,to '. ", r k freckles, coarseness in'"
and the convention of the allunlo'nGommunlst be 'met by 117 heavily armed police- W $ ten days or less. Just

EDWARD W. PICKARD party wildly cheered Stalin men, John Dlllinger. bandit terror of .'- apply Nadmola Bleaching

when he warned everybody "not to the .Middle West, confessed .amaz'lngcrimes. z.;:<'h : #!/ tonight.Cream No at, bedtime''massaging '

by a large majority to riod under no conditions is force to poke: their snouts into the Soviet'
I YIELDING demands, the sen- be used In relations between these tato patch." The dictator added: lIe admitted that he engineered the : inola; Epeeds; Nature,

ate passed his New Deal money bill, countries. The successful negotiationof ""It is a mistake: to think an ambi- delivery of the ten convicts from the j l' r:7" .< ,' J freckles purging'away blackheads tan and,

inserting only a few noncontroversial this pact is considered a great tri- tion to wage war against the Soviet Michigan City (Ind.) state prison, the muddy sallow color. ,You ece day-

amendments to which umph for Joseph Lipski, Poland's union i and share its territory is held members of his gang who at once by-day improvement until your skinis

the house read I My minister to Germany, and for Foreign only by Japanese military circles.. We launched into a saturnalia of high all :you long for; creamy-white,

agreed. The adminis Minister Joseph Beck, and'the jubilant know very well .that.: it is shared by I crimes throughout five states which !:satin-smooth lovely. Get a large

trn on's victory was Poles assert that their, nation must some political circles in Europe." ended only with Dlllln er's capture in box of NADINOLA, only 50c. No
long waiting, no disappointments;
decisive and was preceded now be considered one of ,the, great 'I'his'last ; remark, it was believedwas Tucson Ariz. 'moDey- k guarantee.

by the rejectionof powers of Europe. They are ,especially "Intended as 'a reference. .to Ger, He admitted that he robbed "a lot

two major proposals proud of the way in .which they many..- ',".,n** of banks." obtaining loot totaling closeto .

which were obnox- have blocked} ;: the plans ,of Maxim Litvlnov 1fT'SOLUTION a quarter million dollars. Doctors Give Creosote -
foreign commissar of Russia, of the Lindbergh baby ,
: '
.: ious to Mr.. Rooseveltand Boastfully he told of planning to

his financial ad who was trying to combine, with Poland 'and murder 'may comeas rob a downtown Chicago bank, 'dropping For Chest Colds

t \ visors. The first of for a protectorate over the Baltic -. ,a,result, of the arrest Chicago of the plan only because, a confederate -

these provided that : ,,states. Th appeared'to'be'go- Verne Sankey;: former South Dakota balked. And ,he admitted planning For many :rears our best doctors
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4 control of the .$2,000,- ing along with him but were secretly :,ranchman .who started on a career as to kidnap the wife of Supervising have prescribed creosote in some

Senator Glass 000,000 stabilization conducting:' the negotiations: with. BerDERMANDNT 1 a .kidnaper 'tvjo years ago. He readily Police Capt. John Stege of ChI- form for coughs, 'colds and bron-

fund should be given to a boardof lin i'\; rry .:' 'admitted that he "snatched" 'Charles cago, to be held as hostage In 'case chitis,'knowing how dangerous it is

five instead of to the secretaryof oettciler'of'Denver and Uaskell Bohnof he or any ,member of.'his:gang were to, let them hang on. '
dole funds In aJ(the '' ,
the treasury. This was ,defeated St. Paul, but denied any connection captured. Creomulsion with creosote and
states created mainly by a new
by the, votes of 50 Democrats, ; with. the Lindbergh tragedy. However Stege, who was present when the six: other highly important medici
is the
federal tax all employers,
three "radical" Republicans and the upon the authorities are in, possessionof cowed desperad made this admission, 'nal elements, quickly and effectively -
latest of Miss Frances Perkins, I
single Farmer-Labor senator. The second various facts and ,clews, which they revealed, that he learned of the threat stops coughs and colds that t '

amendment offered was 'put for- secretary of which I labor. believe may link him with that: case. against Mrs' Stege and secretly had otherwise might lead to serious "
I scheme, }
ward by the silver bloc and was Two Illinoisans, Frank: Souder and bent her out of Chicago.In trouble, -
rather complicated,
beaten only by the assistance of 17 Gale Swolley, ;were taken to the Joliet 'fact, the most' :hunted criminalin Creomulsion is powerful in the
for the levy- '
Republican senators, for 28 Demo- provides of''the lax on the, penitentiary to begin serving life sentences the country admitted virtually treatment of. colds and coughs, yet i

crats were recorded In favor of it and basis ing of :employers' for the kidnaping! of_. James. everything to Prosecutor Robert G. it absolutely b harmless and is

the vote stood 43 to 45. It would have Hackett of Blue Island. Eitill!; 1 of Lake county, Indiana except pleasant and easy to take. '
pay rolls beginningon '
provided for the purchase and, re- ( July 1, 1935, arid t'. ,. Indiana authorities 'were preparingto the one crime,.for...which Estill immediately Your own druggist guarantees

monetization' of silver. calls on all state leg= try, for the murder of a policemanin will try, tors: n d"h'I m to the electric Creomulsion by refunding your

The final vote on the measure was' islatures to_ set East Chicago' ; John Dillinger, bank chair. This Is! the' $20,000' ''robbery money'if :you are riot.relieved after

66 to 23: One lone Democrat had the' unemployment up robber and desperado, who was captur'ed of the First' ..Natipnal.bank of East taking Creomulsion: s' directed.

nerve to stand out against the administration In ,each COIn. m funds 0'n- "' with 'several of his gang in Tucson Chicago, Ind.; in ,which Policeman Pat- Beware the 'cough or cold that
.. .
and uphold by his vote wealth. The employY''f''v.- .'';'"-'''' -,' Ariz. The outlaw was rushed rick O'Malley was'' shot to death. Dil-, hangs on. Always keep Creomul ,

his convictions, although several oth- er would, be' given' the 'Sec y Perkins. by ,airplane to Indiana, to prevent his linger refused to confess .any participation sion on hand for instant,use. (adv.) i
had the bill'in debate. i Wisconsin where he was iI
ers opposed extradition: to : In that 'crime
choice of paying the' full .tax or coti-- or Ijn'any other I
The man who was true to himself was wanted for robbery. ,
tributing Voluntarily to the fund In ...
Carter Glass of Virginia, secretary of -- J'
Harry Pierpont, Russell Clark Har
his state. The plan is being put into ;
treasury under Wilson and co-author' OAMILLE CHAUTEJIPS and his
the form of a bill to be introduced In ry Makley: and Mary Kinder,'members
of the federal reserve act. Senator -* 'French ministry didn't last as of ..;
congress., Co-operating with Secretary Dillinger's gang. who 'also were captured off ;a'. wAs
Gore of Oklahoma was paired againstthe :; 10hg fa had been,' expected._ Without In a r! PUZIICI"Splittinq'
Peiklns are Senator Wagner of New were brought backto
measure but did[ not vote Sena- -waitingfor' vote by the ,chamber'of "
York and Representative David 'J. ,Indiana by train., .
tor McAdoo of' California had 'doneti deputies that ,vouldust'themt' ," the
Lewisof Maryland.
lot of opposition talking but quit i ,Ith 'cabinet members, all hdnded their res- "
\ ,= "The proposed federal tax bill," read President's '
that and went Into the "aye":>fP\u\ .. ignations to ,President'Leb'run, being Birthday' Headaches .
the formal announcement "will workIn
All of the independent leppdrlleans l I unable longer to withstand the stormof Thanks to the 'Nation Unfit she Jearncd fey she was always
such a as to promote the
and Shipstead; Farmer-Laboritp.1 t supported attacks resulting from'the Bayonne / miserable-and found out about
; ;. 'speedy, passage of state unemploy President Gaston Washington President Roosevelt NR Tablets(Nature's Remedy).Now she gets
t. bond Former;
swindle; ,
the bill. .' / along fine with everybody. This safer depend
insurance laws. in brief
entreated to accept a birthday addressfcalled,, on able,all-vegetable laxative
Though ,the bill' has \ been : Doumergue was ; brought quick relief
money i
"The federal bill will not define the premiership, but, refused 'on the nation to become.active, In the fight and quiet nerves because it cleared her system --
summarized before in this column:J :i, it : of poisonous wastes-made bowel action
be well to state again' its: main what kind of laws the states shall the[ ground that he is too! .old! to. head being waged against' the',' .ravages' of easy and regular. Thousands take NR daily.
may : Wisconsin Is the paralysIs. ; : Its such a sure, pleasant corrective. Mild
provisions, as follows: pass only state the government In such; ,a critical time. infantile non-habit-form- ,
which now has an unemployment in- Herriot and ,Daladjer both former The Chief Executive at the same ing.No bad after- f
The treasury Is given title to all thenation's
monetary gold stocks, 'including surance law,' but measures are pending premiers, were the next possibilities, time delivered a message of thanksto effects.druggist's-25c.At your A1.11, ] ,

:; in many other states.:" but it was feared both had too many the thousands of persons throughout -

reserve$3,500,000,0,00.banks.. held ,by the .federal' Secretary Perkins went 'to Indianapolis -' political enemies, though: they, are respected ;- the country who selected his birth "rTUMS" Quick lion,relief heartburn.for acid Only indiges-lOG q ;

The President' Is authorized to re where the convention of the and ,have clean' records." How' day as the day on which-to raise funds i

United Mine Workers;: of America was ever, Daladier, undertook the job of for the Warm Springs foundation.
value the dollar at 50 "to GO per cent
; in session, and told the 'men that the forming a" new government. The birthday greetings made those
of i its
'.' present statutory gold equiva- '
'!,' lent. only permanent solution'of the unem- at Christmas time fade into inslgni.

,. Coinage of gold is'declared at an ployment problem is shorter working WHILE President Roosevelt was ficance so far as volume was con:

end. The metal is to 'be held in bul- hours his fifty-second birthday cerned.. Presents, too,- were in excessof

,., lion form' in the treasury as backing The miners in a hot debate denounced with relatives and close personal those that set a record at the White CHAPPED

for communism and re-adopted friends In the White House, many House during the holidays] ,
paper currency.
,? r The $2.000,000000 stabilization, fund sections of their constitution which thousands of his fellow citizens were On top of all this. 5,000 or more SIPS

bar members of the communist balls and other entertainments :
is created out of the increased valueof enjoying parties, birthday balls were held throughout the
from union membership. arranged to mark the an country the estimated $2,000.000 that ,
the gold accruing as a result of devaluation i r -',,
of the dollar. It is, placedin niversary. These took place In hun- was realized being contributed for -

the sole charge of the secretary of FEDERAL JUDGE ALEXANDER, dreds' of cities, towns and villages all support' of the Warm Springs fouri I To quickly relieve
in Tampa, Fla. declared the and the proceeds will, I
the treasury and he is given author 'over country, dation. chapping> rouoliness;

ity to expend it in virtually any transactions the agricultural adjustment act be turned over to the Warm Springs It took ten men working at top speed crackiii.apply soothing

he ,may deem necessary for unconstitutional, saying It is "so full Foundation for Victims of Infantile from morning until night to dispose cooling Mcittholnluin.

stabilizing. dollar abroad. of holes you could drive eight yoke Paralysis .of the mass of packages, letters, cards'

of oxen through it." He issued to a and telegrams that poured into the
: I' :'" ,
under the authority! con group of"citrus' growers an Injunction THOSE who a'ttemptl' graft on the White House. Everything Imaginablewas :

ACTING on him 'by the new money to: prevent the state control committee Works administration are go- contained in the bundles. Cakes

]law, President Roosevelt proceeded: to from! enforcing proration orders. Officials ing to have a hard time getting away fancy and plain, predominated. .

devalue the .official dollar to 5!>.OG in Washington refused to com- with it, according, to Secretary of, the .NO QUESTION
ment on the judge's decision. Interior Ickes. ,Ad- "
cents by*proclaiming a reduction of dressing the convention Army Air Corps Is Short ti ABOUT RESULTS
the dollar's gold content from 25.S::
: ATE directors[ of the NationalEmergency Associated Thousand i trlren
of the One
grains nine-tenths fine to 15 5-21 grains S1' Airplanes :you useCadick'sROSE -
council met with' Administrator I
General Contractorsof
nine-tenths fine. At the same time the' V Washington.-Grave deficiencies In, l : ', flour I
Hugh Johnson and were America in Washington ,
President announced the, government the strength of the American army ; e
amazed to learn from him that Secretary the "
,, would buy gold. at a price of! $35'an 'secretary and particularly in the air corps, are CADICK MILLING,CO.,CRANDVIEW,INDI'
'of Labor' Perkins had already
appointed warned them that collusion I
oupce. acknowledged by the War depaitmentin
of the labor advisers In Bids
,.. The change ,In the dollar's gold content many on a report on'studies conducted by .the'
r- their offices, without consulting them. or mate- lr-b'
the first to be made in a century, general staff. '
Nathan Straus, Jr., of New York and rials, skimping on 'ma- OoyouEack! PEP 'flJ'
will not be immediately appreciable to Most sensational among the disclos i ? '
the general public :but it Is the George Creel of California were among terjals and doctoring that the- air
t- ; ext tires is a concession army :
Are all in
tired and down
those who questioned the proprietyof you run
of specifications so as
of the : ..
pectation administration that '''"N" corps is short 1,000 planes. Until now
it will bring about a general rise of this course. to eliminate competiSec'y the War department has maintained
prices and that "1 am not here to discuss the .wisdom Ickes tion would' be uncovered 1M1 TlERSm11iS
t. commodity this will 'that the air corps was better equipped!
of the matter, was the general's and
the agents
induce an increased: volume of business
than any other branch of the army.. f
l which will enable producers to brusque reply. "The appointments already punished. lIe pointed to the IndIct- ToNic

: 'make more' money and therefore to have been made." .;. ment of Lieut. Gov. Nels G. Kraschelof

[ raise wages.: ,Only time can' tell 10wt. and an associate as a sampleof Cattle to Be Made Will rid you ofdTh1

f: whether this theory. is correct or fal. *THIREE daring Russian aeronauts what cheats may: expect."I Basic Commodity LI1YJL41I IA .
ascended in balloon judgment In 'a ,
lacious. t a stratosphere am not pronouncing .
t Shortly after the President signed to,the record height of G7.5S5 feet, according this case," said Mr. Ickes. "If those Washington.-; The house' agriculture and build you up. Used tor 65 years tor Chills, k: 'i
fever,Malaria and
4, his proclamation, the treasury announced :: to their radioed messages, and men now under indictment are Innocent committee approved legislation! declaring :r
A General Tonic
that a new form, of ,currencywas then perished when' their' balloon they have nothing to fear. If a cattle a basic,commodity under the I ,,

being prepared by the bureau of crashed 350 miles 'southeast' of Mos- jury of' their neighbors find them agricultural adjustment' act and subjecting SOc and $1.00 At All Druggists

!L engraving to take: care of the problems destroyed guilty they will pay the penalty. beef to processing taxes suchas

:': created by transfer of title to all federal "There are two points to this story are now levied on cotton, wheat,
ord cannot be established. and 'that is, the reason I have told It corn and pork.
J; reserve: bank gold to the treasury. \ PIMPLES HEALED
to you.Oneis that the Public Works The bill which would ,amend the
Gold certificates, the same sue. as cur
rency '''now In circulation, will be used. HAVING read ,of speeches in the administration will pursue any chargeof agricultural adjustment act would provIde Skin made clearer,smoother,finertheeasy
<, parliament predictingthat graft or corruption or chiseling regardless for a $200,000,000 found to finance Resinol way. For free sample of
Instead of, the absolute promise to pay
Ointment and Soap write
in gold carried by gold certificates previously Japanese auxiliary vessels would of where the trail may lead. control of cattle prollctlon."Taps" to
outrank those of the United States' by The other point Is-that- even an office-
issued, however, these will
1936 and that Japan would withdrawfrom holder 'of high degree does not have Resmol

say: the proposed naval conference of enough political pull to escape the outstretched for FamousU.
"This is to certify that there is on
deposit In the treasury of the United 1935, our senators prepared to rush hand of" justice if he offends S. Cavalry Horse

States of America blank dollars In through the VInson naval constructionbill against the law.
( ) in six El Paso, Texas.-Seventh cavalry
gold, payable to the bearer on demandas which had been passed by the Involving Criminal complaints prosecutions of graft in cases the buglers blew "taps" over the grave of Are You Losing HA'I E9 ?
Marvelous Hm .
house. It calls for expenditures of pro-
authorized by law.. r Civil Works administration were or- the United'States army's famous horse, Vent baldness. Send 10 cents today for fnll advice, _
$475,000,000 and S507.000.000 over a UNITED LABORATORIES,5144 Cernslla,Chlag. >)
dered by the division of investigation Garry Owen. The, steed was lowered
in current foreign five year period In order ,to bring the f01.
OUTSTANDING of the Public Works administration. Into a grave on the edge of the Seventh
United States forces to
fact up treaty
Germanyand Three of' the cases are in Kentucky, cavalry polo field at Fort Bliss. FREE FOR TRIAL!

Poland have signed a peace pact I strength. one In Maryland, one in Arkansas, and The fifteen-year-old jumper was shot SEED To lntroduoo we mall pkt.1OO
-', that Into endure for ten years. The In Tokyo KenklchI Yoshlzawa, former .*.di. Giant Zinnias, 20 gorgoou.oolorsfortostingifstamp-
one in Indiana. after he was kicked by another horse )
treaty stipulates that during that pe- 'foreign minister proposed to the la eoolowvt for ..
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SHOWN TO HAVE I in Making ContractsEarly

MANY ADVANTAGES"Increased in the Eighteenth century, I

I Queen Anne's Lace I says a writer In the London MorningPost I

ij earnings and enjoyment a farmer made a contract \

:p.% of country life are the principal advantages which he thought was a good one for
him. He undertook to deliver for
of living in the country, and
the sum of :E5 two grains of on i
transportation costs and lack of conveniences rye
, I Frances ar.kinson I the following Monday, four grains aWE'ck I
: By Keyes ages. are the chief disarh'ant- later, eight grains the week f

after that, and so on for a year. All
. These rea'sons were given most frequently i
went well for some weeks, hut presently -
. : E Frances Parkinson Keyes WNU Service by 700 part-time farmers in he found that his final
I = I six New York counties, says Kenneth delivery

= _u.. ......... ;;. Hood,of the New York State Collegeof at the end of the year would require -
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Agriculture who is making a studyof I

'!;, SYNOPSIS later he returned, with the report ,j families in the country, and she the advantages of the rural home whole of England. A lawsuit took j

of complete success in his venture. never forgot it or allowed anyone elseto for the city worker, place over the contract. What the !

', '" Disappointed, through ber inability to put "That meant five hundred dollars tome forget it ; she belonged not only to Locations on, hard-surfaced roads farmer had not realized was that :

,?.:,' finishing touches to her costume for a dance, -to ushe told Anne, "and we'll the Daughters of the American Revolution are preferred because of lower trans- though twice two are four, two multiplied

; Anne Chamberlain is Irritated by the stolidityof need It. You mustn't think of me as but to the Colonial Dames,; to portation costs, more modern conveniences by itself fifty-two times comesto 1
her escort, George Hildreth. A visitor In '
nearly thousand billion. This
"':: the community, Neal Conrad, young lawyer, ia some kind of a fairy prince even if the Episcopal church and the Wednesday and opportunities to cater to

?,". to be the "sensation" of the evening, and Hil you are a queen." sewing" circle. All humanity, to tourist trade and to sell, garden pro- number of grains of rye would represent I

;4" dreth, Anne' suitor, is vaguely jealous Conrad "I don't," said Anne, flushing.: her was divided into two classes- duce at roadside stands. about eight thousand million
:." is impressed J by Anne, readily perceiving bushels. An acre of produces I
"You do, too. You know you do. those who were "refined" and those Newcomers from the that rye
\f her fine. character: He invites her to accompany city say
:;;,:..'; ; him and his hostess, Mrs. Griffin; on a Bless you But I'm not. I'd be willIng who were not ; the display of all hu actual living costs in the country are aho'it ten bushels, so one can work I

,.',f picnic the following Sunday. Anne'' accepts, to bet that George Hildreth's got manemotion, was to her "disgusting" ; about $250 a year lower than in the out how many acres would have been ,
:: though aware she is being "unconventional" twice much salted have. required to fu'l1m the contract. Another \
as away as I she was fond ot"the words "good
.' city and that the chief reduction is
Anne, ,
:, f :, dipping into scanty savings, buys suitable famous "two times"
this minute. Sure don't case was
;aS ; "finery" for the trip from an old friend, very you wantto breeding, "culture and tradition Her in house rent. Also garden, poultryand
":;': Mr. Goldcnburg.; The picnic is a red-letter day change your mind?" husband's standards" were much like dairy products supplement the that of the blacksmith who under
for 'Anne. "Neal I wish wouldn't." took to shoe a horse for a paymentof
': : : you her own and his sense of self-im- regular income

{; : He saw that her love was so strangeto portance quite equal to hers, though, "A few acres of good soil prove the one farthing! for the first nail a ,

',::' CHAPTER. IV Continued her still so sacred that she could like herself depended. largely on best investment and a large acreage half-penny for the second, a penny
not jest about it, for the third, and so on. At first
the his
past to establish claim to dls-
',: -9- of poor, abandoned land the most dis-'
; ; "All right dear I won't. But we sight this seems quite a reasonable
tinction. He had never made much "
: They were In 'the lane now, near the astrous, Mr., Hood says. He also
must talk the practical side of charge-but try working it out!
over headway In his profession as an archi- that
rosebush frith. its sharp thorns and points out "the experiences of

'... '.," falling petals. Neal could feel her things. Because" I want to marry you tect. They had very little money, but these. part-timet farmers 'show that it

: right away. they contrived to keep up appearances is economical to farm Snooty Coal .
', young body, quivering with rapture, more buy a
"Yes. That's what I want, too. in a that was 'almost A new chemically treated coal {for
way uncanny. than
-: beneath his encircling arm. with buildings it is to buy land
di. "Anne, I wish you wouldn't he' Their elder the open fireplace burns with a pin -
Arthur unmarried
J" an
; son
"What is it, Anne? Tell me !" and build on it, and that city persons
mocked, lightly. "You have no idea clergyman, and their widowed daughter scented odor; and another new .kind
might do wen to rent for aear or
"I'was 1
only thinking came
how hard it is for me to behave when
: Harriet lived with them, as wellas two before"b'uYing." produces flames in any color, to
Hamstead you speak to me like that. But, we Neal. By pooling their resources, match the decorative plan of theroomCollier's
:. The six New York counties coveredin
ought to straighten: out a few im
in this their income, Weekly.Dr. 1
went much
:' N :'; the : Mummer had taken the way Mr. Hood's survey are Albany: ,
: >.: ,. party portant details first, as I said. I've: further than it otherwise would
';: ';: sweet-peas 1 was saving and them Chemung, Rensselaer, Saratoga,
put got a good practice, for a fellow .
" ., my done. Harriet had pronouncedviews Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes
:- very;
:_ ,< I' on Aunt Sarah's grave. They were age, and it's growing ['m earning a Schenectady and Tompkins counties. weak women strong. No alcohol. Sold
: nil NeaPs decision of character
," all I had." fair income. And I've saved some by druggists in tablets or liquid. Adv.
without his charm. Her husband had
,;-, "You poor child !" Not Destroying Evidence
: thing. an awful.lot. But we
,'\ ':" "So Pupper suggested the rosebush. can begin clear, with something ahead committed suicide by jumping from a Jimmie-What you doin'? With Good Reason
sixth window while
,-'....... ) ,I, 1 got all hot and dusty, hurrying, and and something:: behind us. Only we've their story honeymoon.' they were on Billie-Washin' the jelly off my Vox: populi is the voice of the people

> :;: :" ...' then I pricked my fingers there got to begin small. I thought I'd try hands. Ma's a 'fingerprint. expert. and it says, "Ouch !"
Neal burst in upon his family, kissed
: { -,, weren't enough roses anyway. George and rent a little ,.place we could live In \
fits mother and sister dutifully, but
). :; ''; followed}] me down here, and asked me this winter, and Ire could look around I
without enthusiasm, and told them, im-
.:::.f.: <:;, why I didn't mix them with some of together, after we were married for II
mediately, of the fat fee which he
;::::;, those,flowers growing in the meadow.'' something better. I'd like 'to buy or I
' had captured in the course of his -
t.p..: : .r;.. "1 noticed them at the dance, of build a little house for our very own, .
tion. Then he told the rest of his
y- J, course." right away It's poor economy in the Read the &Ads"
.' story. I
;'.:t": J" "Do you know what ,they're called}] ?" long run, to pay rent" "I knew you'd think that was good I .

, '\-., "Certainly I do-Queen Anne's Lace "Yes. I see that And I'll get ready, news. But I've, got some that's better I

. :--:-.. ". by Jove !" too. Clothes and linen. Of course I "

.::"I") :;"', How quickly he had sensed the sym- can't have much. But I've' little legacy yet.. There'm was going a to moment be married.of ominous; but don't ignore medical opinion

bolism' which had eluded George. entirely from Aunt Sarah. I'd rntheB spend horrified silence. Then a simultaneous

\ :' ;. ] She-caught her breath. it on my trousseau than anything I exclamation. ,

./ "It grows where the soil is very poor. can' think of." "Married To whom?" '. h 4ifyoutvantto

*' The farmers think it's, "Well, that's settled then. Now- .
just a "A girl named Anne Chamberlain.She .

h--: .," ':.... : an awful pest." where would you like to go for our lives in a little place called West 1 -relieve constipation gently and safely

:-, ".<
,,:. : ::-'-' it is. Anne-Anne-my darling !" "Anywhere, with you." I "My son-are you really telling us I -avoid danger of bowel strain

./ ,. : '-- His arms had tightened about her "What" would you say to Washington 1 this in earnest?"

f ': like bands of steeL He bent and lay ? 'I' "I certainly am." i
"Oh, Neal, how did you guess I've'
The Conrads exchanged terrified
his face
against her hair then suddenly '
'I longed and longed-" glances. '" A doctor will tell you that the care- drugs, don't take it. Dr. CaldweU's
' ] with a little cry, his lips brushed
less of harsh laxatives will often contains no mineral
use Syrup Pepsin
"Well, so have L So that's' settled, "Then I must ask to explain :
""l. ,..: across her cheek, seeking her mouth too. And 'we won't stint on that : trip, vourself. you do more harm than good. drugs. By using it, you avoid dangerof
<' and found it already upturned to the strain.
Harsh laxatives often drain the
either. We'll have a good time. Idon't
1:,}:./. hard hot kisses which he pressed Neal's worst enemy'could hardly accuse system, weaken the bowel muscles, How many dimes and quartersare

1 ': down on It. They clung to each other, believe I've told you-I'm tre- him of a lack of eloquence, on and even affect the liver and spent on "popular" laxatives

.:, mendously interested in politics. Even any theme or on any occasion. And kidneys. How quickly they count if
: :: <> two clean, passionate young creatures, up you
; more than in law I'm a member of this time he outdid himself. The results !
the is fast frequently use habit-forming helps
)1 ). fused in the white flame of their first Fortunately, public
,, I:)'. great desire. the city council in Hinsboro now. Per' however, were even worse than returning to laxatives in liqu form. A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup I
haps some day I can go further." he had feared. Pepsin would save you money- I
." Neal was the first to recover himi' Can and bring real relief.
Constipation'be you
"Do to admit this
"Oh, Neal I'm sure you can. you expect us en-
: self He drew away from Anne gently,
'J relieved?
> be' President gagement if we are questioned? safely
., "Anyone can you
\ : : ;:. with a caress that ho, might have given
IY''' know," he said teasingly. "Certainly. It's been announced In medical "Yesl"!
.. < to a child. Then he took her face between "Yesl" say men. I
<'1::' his two hands. "You could." the Wallacetown Bugle already. He say thousands who have followed Why Doctors give a

"Well 1 be But noticed his mother's shudder. "I shall this sensible medical advice: 1.
perhaps can
';;i :" "Look at me, Anne." we'll have look at the White House see that It's in the Hinsboro Times to- Select a good liquid laxative. 2. liquid laxativeThe
% a
c: : am looking. morrow." Take the dose that you find suitedto

S. : ( i'"I didn't, mean that this should hap anyhow. Maybe it won't appeal to "And f father your system. 3. Gradually reduce habitual use of harsh

,.:\," pen-not for a long time yet. Not because you and that would settle it," he and I you brother expect"usyour and sister-to the dose until bowels are moving salts, or powerful drugs in
''' laughed. Then changing the subject your go without assistance.
regularly form
I love the concentrated
didn't you- to the wedding to receive this highly
.. "I know you love me-" abruptly, "Another thing we mustn'teconomize Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a of pills or tablets is risky. '
-this-person. y
''' on is your ring. prescriptional preparation contain-
"But because I didn't want to hurt "My fiancee Very soon wife. laxa- The properly prepared
"Honestly, I don't need an engagement ing senna, a natural vegetable
: : I startle liquid laxative will bring
: or even you- Of course. tive which relieves constipation a f
ring: I shouldn't mind a bit-
,: ,;,,:. "You ha\en't. I love you. It would Let : hold handa "Perhaps you were thinking of bring- gently and safely. Why not try it? perfect movement without
"Nonsense. me
;: '. : have killed me, not being sure." your ing her here to live." Some pill or tablet may be more discomfort or injury. You
while, so I can measure your finger. 'convenient to But there is need not take a "'doubledose"
> She thought he was going to, take, "I wouldn't be so cruel to her.'i carry.
Neal's second visit was even briefer catharticthat's
no any day or two
; her in his kiss He had scored. His mother at- a
arms again, to her untilit
than his first. But in the course of It taken so frequently, you
< : hurt as he had Instead tempted to draw blood in her turn. public can always get
\ before he gol!
it wherever
he had a long talk with his prospec- must,carry you
...:' ',,:., knelt down'" In the long grass, and found "Have you thought what the with- Syrup Pepsinat
whom he
tive parents-tn-law,
.. -,: bowed his head. stunned but, acquiescent-and then Insisted drawal of your contribution to the What is the, "Right"Laxative any drug store.

family expenses Is going to mean to ? R
; "Anne he said, so softly that she tin announcing the engagementin

- ., ':'"' '. could hardly hear him, "Anne, you are the Wallacetown Bugle leaving us in our old age?" In buying any laxative, read the

a queen-a queen in disguise a fairy thus burned all his bridges behind "Harriet and Arthur aren't so very label. Not the claims, but the :
i' aged. It wouldn't hurt either of themto If it contains doubtful !
changeling perhaps, but a queen just him he departed to tell his own contents. Mp.VI
get out and hustle a little as I've
the! same. Will you help me earn the father and mother of his impending "
lace for had to do.
to ?
you wear ,
into matrimony.
I plunge "Neal 1 do not,degrade us-and.your- i
s t e M t He had adroitly contrived to avoid,
self-with vulgarity [
suppose your
J A little over a month later, Anne much discussion of the Conrads with I
language-and your conduct-are the
and Neal were married.He Anne. He knew, all too well, how
result. of your political assoch,tions.
did not allow their sudden bound to Anto Storage or ,%-M New Beds New
betrothal were oppose
bitterly they
' You should never have allowed yourself Parkin" Immediately r ,r., Baths New j
to Interfere with his plans. the match, but he hoped, as far as pos -a gentleman by birth at leastto Adjacent to i 11 Carpet.

The following morning he started off sible. to keep this knowledge from her. be drawn Into them." the Hotel BeaY'y! a f i 9 !l9 Newly Decorated
sonable Prlcci. A Throughout. !
in pursuit i of his, wealthy client Four Mrs..: Conrad came from one of the old. (TO BE CONTINUED.) rt "

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Ornithologists Give Barn Owl Clean eggs are the usual number, although ii Kk Ii If f I

occasionally as many as ten are found. K K i

L'cI- Bill of ,Health as Friend of Farmer Like; all other owl's eggs, the barn

owl's are pure white. 1IiI I I
( Adult barn owls are really beautiful a ) I ;
.' '..;:; : .f. Have little fellows Hotel
ever The
you seen young barn ladder. are harm- with their which '
tawny plumage, k.
'.;.-Z.if! ) ,':. ,t.: .. owls.? The old folks are funnylooking less creatures-but they throw a great is beautifully mottled with gray white,

;.;} : :'. '. enough, with. their monkey-faced_ bluff just the same. When they are buff and ,black, giving the effect of an

'J''' appearance, but the youngsters take, approached, they make a hissing noise old-fashioned Paisley shawl The un- ATLANTAN !

I ::':. ;"': the prize for oddness. At birth' they and clap their beaks together as If derparts and the facial disc are pure

i'/, : are balls of fluffy white down. Then to say: "I'll Jump at you and bite white or buffy. In contrast ,with most I

; ;' the facial ruff begins to devolop, and it you If you don't watch out I" of the other owls, the legs of the barn J. WILL YON ProprietorA r
, -, : isn't long before they look as If they Twenty-five or thirty years ago the owl have not been supplied by nature ,

..ei. are wearing little frilled bonnets under harn owl was not very common In with feathers. NEW AND BETTER HOTEL' FOR LESS MONET
) "- their, chins. Michigan, and even today It Is one of I Although owls in general have a

I \f *\I Young barn owls are never of the the more reticent Michigan, birds, al: : bad reputation because the great 300 ROOMS-300 BATHS-RADIO IN EVERY ROOM

.'' ,' same size., The parents begin incubating though It may be found as far northas horned owl Is a bad actor, the'barn RATES $1.50 UP.

L : 1 !'' *', ,the eggs Just as soon as they the Straits of Macklnac. It will owl is really a very beneficial) bird.
.s are' laid with the result that often lay Its eggs in the cavity of a gullyor Walter B. arrows"In' his book, "Mich- CAFE IN CONNECTION Breakfast, Dinner, GOOD or Supper FOOD 25o AS to yoU 60o.LIKE

there are young owls in the same nest bank, In a hollow tree or stump. igan Bird ,Life," says, "This owl Is decidedly' GA.

;J' with unhatched eggs. Take a nestful In deserted buildings, barns and towers beneficial l to'-the: agriculturistand Corner Liwkie& Cone Sts. ATLANTA,

l of owls and arrange them on a level, making little or no pretense of should be rigidly protected."-:Detroit

; and the family will resemble a step- building a nest at all. Four to seven Free Press.

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The Clewiston News owner of the truck was liable for The teachers, who have borne the j i cream-colored powder. In that formit Information that the "slight depression -

damages ,resulting from any acci- brunt of the financial stress in every is shipped to Washington by the "like its more noted name-

Published 'cvery Friday in Clewiston, dent which occurred while the boy county in the state, will con- carload, and is used by the govern- sake is a thing of the past. If we'd

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, was driving. Other people who happened tinue to be the sufferers until the ment at the rate of about a million known we could get such quick action -

Inc. to be on the streets were en- matter is cleared up. pounds a year to feed the stamp- we would have mentioned it

dangered during the time. All be- There should be no further time licking public. The material must before.IN .

Keathley Bowden, Editor cause of the careless attitude which lost in settling this disagreement, be wholesome enough for a baby to

the public in general has taken to and whatever action either board eat, strong enough to withstand \

such matters. contemplates should be taken immediately wear and weather, and thin to the I CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH -. '.J.
Entered as second class mall mat- > :: -
When tragedy results from such so the money which is vanishing ,point." JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA t !
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post IN AND FOR HENDRY ;
negligence (it can properly be called so badly needed can be disposed of
Office In Clewiston Florida, under CHANCERY.
by no other name) the attention of properly and according to law.RAMBLINGS.. COUNTY; i iI
the Act of March 3, 1897. The sportiest news-or rather, I
will be called to the sit-
the public rumor-of the week is about a ten- .GLAYS W. SEABERG,
and child driving will be
uation .. :. .. .. nis club. It seems that a group of I Complainantvs.
IAN NNN, : : : N:N : :NN, :
rate 2.00 per year. at least temporarily. Every N N NNM NNN M M N H H.
Subscriptions stopped, tennis enthusiasts, not to be out- vs. Bill for Divorce.

:Advertisingrates on application. parent should see to it that it is done by the golfers, diamond ball W. SEABERG,
not his child that is thus endan- Defendant.
fans, etc., are trying to get together 1
gering the lives of all those who It appearing by affidavit appended -
sufficiently to construct a couple of
Devoted to the advancement and happen within range. to the sworn bill of Complaintin

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry We should waken to the situa- ,:N.N:..:N:NN:N:N:N.N.N:N.N.N.N.N..i...:N:N:M:H.1.:N.N.. concrete tennis courts all enclosed the above entitled cause that tho
with backstops, so you won't haveto defendant Arthur L. Seaberg is, a
County.A before irreparable damage is
tion Well, if somebody don't fix that chase balls from any wild rac- non resident of the State of Flor-

done. slight ((1) depression at the intersection I quet. Nothing definite can'be learnedas ida, that there is no person within

Parisian has perfected a swim- of the highway and the I yet, but there Is sufficient talk the State of Florida the service of

Ing suit with paddles for the hands IT'S THE TEACHERS' PAY street that leads to the News office and interest that it has a good process in Chancery upon whom'

and "fishtails" for the feet, 'that the bank, the Clewiston Inn, the I chance to go through, and may be a would bind the said defendant.It .
is thereupon ordered that the
:will increase the swimmer's speed The Clewiston News in articles hospital and other important insti- news story in a few weeks. Those defendant Arthur L.' Seaberg be

from 30 to 50 percent. "That's dealing' with the action of, the, school tutions, I am going to be a wreck, behind the, idea seem to be serious, ; and appear to the Bill of. Complaint

OK" said Millie, the mermaid, "but board and county commissioners in or have one, or maybe both. I can't they're even planning a little club in said cause on or before the 5th

my complaint is that they'd slow up regard to the race track ,funds, has remember where it is in time to drive house, which might be used as a day of March A. D. 1934 otherwisethe

my speed on the beach." studiously avoided expressing an around it, so I get an-awful jolt ev- nucleus of social -gatherings. Inter- allegations of said Bill of Com-

opinion as to the merits_ or demeritsof ery time I go by,'',vhich is several city matches, tournaments or what-. plaint will be taken as confessed, I

A progressive and far-sighted city the case. We have given strictly times a day.Everybody. have-you are also in the air. We'll by him. I
listen carefully and advise you to It is further ordered that the ,
A accounts of the happenings.In '
is Tallahassee. $60,000 sewage news
above notice be, published in the
this 'editorial, we wish to give an do the same if you're interested, '
has been completed
disposal plant Is justly riled up a- Clewiston Nevs a ,.newspaper pub-
and paid for from the city's reserve explanation of the exact situation, bout the drunken driver that struck for? we may hear more of this. lished in said Coun'ty-and State oncea

fund., No bonds were voted and the as we realize that the public cannot the lad on the Hooker's Point road week for' four consecutive" weeks.

improvement was paid for when I gain an intelligent* understanding Sunday. ,Fortunately the lad was- And this little thought of our Done and ordered at LaBelle, I

completed. A reserve fund that will of the matter from news stories. n't killed, but the driver's offenseis own we'd like to add to the tennis Florida this 1st day' of. .February

take care of a $60,000 improvementis The general statutes of the stateof just as great. Every drunken rumors-why not locate the courts A. D., 1934. I'

SOME reserve fund.Mayor Florida provide for an equal distribution driver is a potential killer, and near the diamond ball field, or near WILLIAM T. 'HULL, : A, I

among the 67 counties of the school ball diamond, and use Clerk Circuit Court. .... I
should be treated accordingly in the
of all funds derived from them for the beginning of a real By Inez Magill, ':\,' i
the state
Armstrong or'this city, says eyes of the law and the public. Did .
tracks. The playground. There doesn't seem (SEAL) Deputy Clerk I
the Arcadian, states that he saw one the tax on race gen- you ever stop to think that all of LOUIS O. GRAVELY
to be available the ,
does not state what disposition any space near
of the new "theft-proof" tags taken eral statute this is a public ,responsibility Do Solicitor for Complainant. i
school the, best
commissionersshall building so perhaps
off of one car and put on another, the, county you just sit back and say "let"the !
of this of the county's place will be near the diamond ball
ever all in about ten make part officers look after that?" Have !i
just as good as you I -
field., The tennis courts could be

minutes. A puzzle is,which can worth be During revenue.;the last session of the legislature ever mentioned to the officers that maintained by the tennis club or ............'........................................................'.......................-,...:...:.. I
worked so easily hardly you are behind any movement for
the thirty grand it is supposed to Representative Burchard law enforcement? Do whatever organization constructs :: SEA FOOD =i=
you suppose MARKET
ced'and obtained ofa them, unless the group should decide .. ;;
have cost the state; in fact thirty introd passage that it would be appreciated by the : _
which proyided'that in coun- to make them public property.Tney'll :: LUNCHES :j:
cents would seem to high. But that'sthe officer if you should'say. "I surelyam i it'
be real asset to the town.
(the a
way"Tings, go. When 'we read ties of a certain, population glad' to see you making an ef- The court behind the Inn is nearly ::
describing only Hendry J. G. MARTIN :|:
where population "
that we hastened out in front fort to curb lawlessness? Make it a

our car, was parked) and gazed at the county) the county commissioners point to 'speak to; each of those always, busy and In ,the afternoonshere's. :_: FIRST DOOR NORTH POOLE'S GRO. :_!:
a waiting list. One court is
rear end. The tag was safe enough, should pay ,to "the :school funds of whom we have charged with the en- ;:; LABELLE, FLORIDA *i. I

but we lost considerable of the 'secure that county, enough ,of the, race forcement of our laws. Tell them town.not enough to properly serve the .).-..-..............-..................................................................-'........:.*. i I
feeling we've had about it so track revenue to bring the total revenue you are' behInd' them.' Its a prettythan'kl II I
of the schools of that ,countyfor ; I
far. ss job they and it will
: 'to an amount'equal The nearest thing' we have to a
that year up mean a lot' to them to know I I II
to '$50 per pupil. Similar "local"bills they public playground is the ground and -xmnouOJu( I : [ I

A LESSON IX ATTRACTING 'intr'odu d and passed have your support. equipment that Mrs. Spicer has pro
TOURISTS. were The prop'r"punishment: of this I Counselor; and Attorney at Law I
vided the ,
this and other sessions. on, plot 'next to the Clew-
during driver ,
drunken 'and the consistentarrest'
Comptroller Lee has ',chosen to! of'I every intoxicated iston Laundry and her home. Here Hopkins Building !

It is well known that Miami and completely ignore all such local personfoutid'rdriving are swings, a wading pool an out- Wednesdays and Saturdays, j

Si. 'Petersburg are' :enjoying' a bet-: every' law so an automobile will door fireplace :and other equipmentthat 9t30: to 4:00" I, :
bills, inasmuch as 'go'"a! long'1 to curb this ,, ., ., ."
Ibis ways: menace '".
than -
ter tourist crop year ever, worded has reached court action Mrs. Spicer has built for the J

.states the Highlands County, ,News.It has been :declared invalid,' and 'the ,/ .Jt may.save your life- or mine, children of ,the-* town to enjoy''Mrs., ,

is also well known that many of comptroller's office is' sending the for no one is safe while there's adrunk'at'the'wheel Spicer is one of the leaders of the Watches_ Clocks, Je"V elyd I
the other tourist sections of Flor- racetrack revenue for Hendry coun- ., an Girl Scouts here, and the Scouts Jewelry Repairing. I

ida, are not doing so well. all other counties, directly to hold many of their meetings on this I II

There is a reason for this condi- ty the, as board of county'commissioners, ,We've wondered a long time'it just playground. However, ,Mrs. Spicer I W. ,H. MERRITT :
what vile mixture is
tion. Although other sections of 'by the general sta particularly emphasizes that it Is not solely for
as is provided that Art and Si out theP. WATCHMAKER & Dkr
through JEWELER
the state have just as much to at- tute. The first 'race' track money pass the use of Scouts and that any of \

tract the tourist as either of the mailed out from Tallahasseeon O. window daily, and that's the children of the1 town will be Rear or -

to their was spread, on the backs of postage welcomed Clewiston Drug.
above towns proportion February 1st., and reached La- there.P. Company'
size and considering the difference February 3rd. The stamps., A Kentucky paper says CLEWISTON FLORIDA
the Belle Saturday, "The base, is tapioca starch from S. No sooner was the above I
in tastes common to tourists [ approached the county P.O. Box 521
other individuals. The rea- school Java. It is roasted, powdered, and column completed than a trip down- I
same as at the regular
commissioners, treated'' with chemicals being a fine town brought forth the pleasing "We Are Here To Stay"
son is those cities, advertised. They meeting on Monday, the 5th, with J !

made an effort to get the business. act and I
the problem of .the special .- ---
Florida as a state is in the same asked the commissioners their intentions !

position in respect to California of
inregard to disposition
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that other cities in this state are in board mem- xi.
0 the money. The school + :;: :: :: 1
with Miami and St.
it will require 'ap-
bers stated that
Petersburg, except that Florida has proximately $15,000 to bring the H Attractive Clewiston Home ti I

many natural advantages over Cal- total revenue of the schools up to

ifornia, while other cities in the in' the 'i. '. .. .. '
referred to : .
the $50 per pupil 've H 'IIed Build _
state do not have the varied attrac- special act. :i: :i= e :: :i: !

tions that are' possessed by these The county commissioners ex- Xy ;

' two cities. to help the
pressed their willingness y .!
Yet California with their inferior y
schools, but explained their 'own y V .. I Iy

{. .,. ,climate, poor beaches and artificially shortage of finances, and stated Vxt
:: : y
yearly dra\vs larger tourist that, since they felt the special act 'fAy

I f trade than Florida for the same would not stand up: in court, they
V reason-California advertises.Not y y
the school board
wished to give XXXt
only the state of Florida and
but not the $15-
some of the money, fAy
the cities of this state can learn
school board said was
000 which the yy
something from the comparison but due' under the special act. The coun- c' t f

_every business!$ man can see that ty funds, ,stated the clerk, are at the y yX

the way to get business is to go after lowest figure in the history of the yy tts

,; it and the best way to go after county. ,'. .:. /4 I .. .. ('>...

business is through advertising. The commissioners voted to give Xy :: V f > I
(, j the school board ,the first, $7,500 received y y \ V Y

" CHILD DRIVERS UNSAFE track revenue, y
from race .. yt
"r' --. and two commissioners, Alston and .. X: 5, tt' :I
':' Asher Frank,state safety direc- Magill, pledged themselves to aug- : '!. I :' : :: ::: .

:, tor, has pointed out that reports ment that by $250 each from their

show that 15 children between the district funds, bringing the total of- y

ages of 10 and 14 were killed while fered the school board to 8000. 'i. .? .

driving automobiles in the state The school board, after discussingthe 0':'. .... : '

":., last year. This appalling statement matter, and consulting an attor- !1I!;

of fact should offer of VY.f ,
bring about a new ney, refused to accept the j:1'l o 'plat l: .,

.:. .zeal on the part of all law enforce; the commissioners and are demanding :: 'k : .:. .' ;
S ment officials to eliminate child that the county commissioners ... r 'i... ..
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driving. comply with the special act. ..:.. .i. ,t i, -. .L,, .:. ..s._. ,I
t S Everyone,,knows it is against the There will obviously be, no settlement .:. ':. x y7Y. .:. .:. I
: .:. .:. .:. ,
.. :
'., for children of that age to operate of this disagreement until 'the .:. .:. : ..

t.:, a motor vehicle, but still parr special act is tested in the court.If .:. ..:.. tw : r7 w %- .aavwc;, \;,e.r;+ ...s'i.. ..i S-. I l i iS
.. : .
ents and other adults permit the the court holds ,that the law is a .:. .. : .. [l
;1 ..practice. .:. .:. ..t.. '. 1
Clewiston is
not free commissioners ,
legal one, then the county : .:. .:.

' ( .of blame in this regard. Only this must pay the school funds .t..:. .t...' T.W wYaKV .\. \V V 'V V IS. .:- i it (
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JI' week, the editor observed two boys enough money to comply with the ::: f .:. .;. !

In a truck, the one driving could : special acct. If the law is declared .:. .. .::. .:.

,: not have been older than 12 and void the commissioners are underno .;. :: :: ::

,looked less, than that. So sm llf' obligations to give the schools You To own A Home
i We Can
was he that he had to peep. through any of the race track funds, their i :: Help, : :!:

r{ the steering wheel tosee. the road offer having' been refused by the :

f.i' V ahead. The lad with him was no school, board.In I

r' older The truck was 'driven to the the meantime the race track II Clewiston Home Building Association 13

,post office and backed out and i funds will be tied up unused, serv- .

k Burned around in the street. ing neither board, and county and

&. \ No, ,.accident occurred, bu/the .elements.of school obligations will remain unpaid .s..s. ..:... ...:.. .".:.. -

f danger. were there. The ': ;

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Mrs. C. F. Trainor, Mrs. M. R. is entirely recovered from the flu \I

I Personal Mention I today Mrs.Lawler N.in, L.Pahokee Mrs.Hemenway Gayle attending McFadden are spending a bridge and (tastlc5 in tlje tMabeg l lII now your and items you ready folks for over me this there week.get I

party at the home of Mrs. G. O. Wal- Did you see s week's Liberty

Al Trainor visited friends in West lace.: Magazine and notice the illustrationfor

. Palm Beach Sunday. By ZMarjorie CB. WallaceAnd II an article about Tampa locality?
' '1\' Jess Stringer of the U. S. dredge, The background is nicely com-

Mr. and Mrs. C.. E. Trainor visited Sarasota now stationed at Stuart, posed of down-draft Northern coni-

; friends in Pahokee Sunday. spent the first of the week here attending how do you like this "Lunch,; near the end is a red line fers, which never grew south of the

"+. i the First Aid school given 'weather? clear around the hook with the leg- Mason and Dixon line yet. And in

J. H. Porter, of Plant City, trans- for federal employees on construction Heard a good one on Jim Stock- end "No ants past this line." the south seas story, the authoress

; acted business here Thursday.Ed. work. ley lately. The inspectors have to speaks of a Model T. Ford depart-

put in their reports the number of I am surprised that so few house- ing "in a crash of gears." If Bear
.., Pierson of Tampa made a Major General Edward M. Mark- trice is 'more
, days worked, and the number of wives know the simple way to re- no accurate in her
business trip to Clewiston. Thurs. ham, of Washington, Colonel Warren 'days elapsed, since the contract move'stubborn screw-caps by means local color than her knowledge of

:.' day. T., Hanun, of New Orleans, and, started. Well, Jim had a lapsus of the kitchen door. Open the door cars, perhaps there is a bug or two
Major B. C. Dunn, of Jacksonville-
,. in that Eden after all.
inguso or pencllae in one of his and put the top edge of the cap in
,-'. Mrs. A. C. Lamb, of Fort Myers, were visitors here Monday on an inspection reports and put down "days eloped"Instead the crack at the hinge side or'the

: was a business visitor here Thurs- trip of part of the levee of elapsed. Never mind, door; hold the door firmly against I'm off in a cloud of, dust for
work Lake Okeechobe'e.Mr. .
day. on Jim, here's an ,equally good one on the cap, turn the bottle and the West Palm, Beach.

like trick is a cinch. Saves fingers, Good-bye, and do come again
Pop, whose weak point, many
Sheriff H. L. Delaney, of LaBelle, and Mrs. Guy Larson spent time and temper. some time. Yes, I'll bring you a
Where he
engineers, is spelling. was
.' the week-end in Jacksonville
, business visitor here Wednes- where from
was a lollypop the city. Be good.
, write his reports
they drove to meet Mrs. Larson'ssister supposed to on ,,
;f: ',. day. Mrs. Milton Seawell, of Tul- "on site": he put "on sight". Don'tsee Sally Boyd and I gave a bridge

pl why that wasn't as" good, but party Tuesday at my house. If Ididn't NOT SO HOT
, .- : R. L. ,Duffner of Summitt, New sa, Oklahoma, and her niece, Mrs.
; ," W. H. Baines of Fort Smith Lieutenant Kumpe very gently cor- have a party once in a while
: : ;' Jersey, was a visitor in Clewistonthis Arkansas -
... rected him. my house never would get a real Alice E. Hall, co-operative weather -
", week. who are ,guests of ,the Larsens.
observer for LaBelle states that
/ cleaning. Two tables, Valentine de-

i \ CARD OF I made visit to the Canal Point corations and color schemeso, or- Fort Myers was wrong In its state-
': Mrs. L. A. Turner, of Okeechobee, ". THANKSWe a
ment of
being warmest in
Ii- hurricane structure the first of this iginal, you know-and a good time place
; : few here visiting
is spending a days
the last
had country Sunday. Fort My-
Mr. Turner. wish to thank all who expres- week. It furnishes an interesting was by all.
jb ers claims a temperature of 79 but
: sed their sympathy and kindness to contrast to the similar structure at
her thermometer showed 82 that
'.J..: Mr. and Mrs. 'J. R. Small and E, us in the recent death of our be- Clewiston, for whereas Gayle's gateis Speaking of bridge parties, it has day. I

, :.: H. Brown were visitors in LaBelle loved father, John, P. Galloway, of being built in an excavation in been ,brought to our notice that a i

.J:" Tuesday night. Wauchula.Mr. dry-well, more or less dry-land, bridge luncheon will be given by Old \

and Mrs. Oliver Galloway, Benaon's is built right out in the Mis' and Young Mis' Wallace this NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

': J. B. Hiers, Jr., and S. H. Hardie, Clarence Galloway. lake, making a cofferdam, necessary. coming Friday. For engineeresses I TAX: DEED \

( of Miami, were visitors in Clewis- The cofferdam, I believe, is fin- exclusively. One table from Moore

ton the first of the week. MRS. PERCY HOSTESS AT ished ,and pumping ou't in progress; Haven, one from Clewiston, and one NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

r' TEA FOR VISITING LADIESMrs. when that is accomplished a surveyof from Pahokee, and watch the fur That Mrs. M. D. Royals, holder of

Miss Mary McCrome and Mrs. the bottom will be made to determine fly. Tax Certificate No. 958 of the 7th
., day of Sept., A. D. 1931, has filed i
Grace Cahill spent the week-end in George Stewart, who is the if the structure can be erect-
said certificate in office and j
guest of her son and daughterinlaw ed on the rock foundation "as is." The
Sarasota and St. Petersburg.Miss Pahokee friends of the Char- made application for tax deed to issue .
,Iii;]} Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart, The cofferdam is built of interlocking lie Trainors were delighted to see thereon in accordance with law. \

Mary Bush, Glen Ethertonand and Mrs. William Lucas, who is visiting steel sheet piling, and them Sunday when they went the Said certificate embraces the follow- I

.,' : Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Crews were her sister, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- Hoomes Rich told me as, seriouslyas rounds of our metropolis. Which ing described property situated in .

,:\,' visitors in Belle Glade Tuesday. berg, were honored with a tea giv- you please that it was called interlocking reminds me to ask why we don't do Hendry County, Florida, to-wit: \

..; r en by Mrs. J. P. Percy Thursday because it came from In- more visiting about among the mem- Lot 14 Block 409 Clewiston.

.'J.i.a.; : Mrs. Clyde Egley is spending this afternoon at her home. The host- terlachen, Florida. Now, I ,know bers of our gang. A Sunday after- The assessment of said property I

':-" week in Lake Worth visiting her ess' presented each of, the honorees why he has two O's in his name. One noon spent in making half-hour calls under the said certificate Issued was
in the name of F. 'E. Hogben. Un-
t :' with an attractive gift as mementoes zero wouldn't, be adequate for that on engineeres' families hither and
: t parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Pape.. less said certificate shall be redeemed I
of the'occasion.. remark. Benson was, on the job : yon would do wonders in giving usa according to law, tax deed
1A'J Invited guests were Mrs. C.. R. looking spic and ,in ,boots : sense of
T. very span solidarity and
:;; ::., Mr., and Mrs. R. O. Couch, of will issue thereon on the 19th day I
'" ., Bird, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, and a leather jacket,. and some other and since 'we here of March
I} .;.,'C:; Grant, Florida, spent Tuesday and are we might as A. D. 1934. Dated this '!
: .::. .: ', Wednesday here transacting bus- Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. E. L. Stew- clothes as well, of course, ,but he well get acquainted.And 16th day of February: A. D. 1934! '

' ; art, Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. O. F. didn't look quite,natural:, and it was WILLIAM T., HULL,
iness. .
:: ,
'. Schiffli, Mrs., W. C. Owen, Mrs. H. some time .before. I, ,realized, that if Pete Peterson doesn't send Clerk Circuit Court

B. Bestor, Mrs R. Y. Patterson, this was because, the concrete book that By Inez Magill. Deputy Clerk.
me dope I asked for'I
.. am goingto
; Mrs. E. H. Walston and son, Mrs. F. M.. (SEAL) By INEZ MAGILL,
Wright Mrs.
: W. M. Red- was lacking from his costume. It tell all I know about
;:'1' Herbert and Mrs.. him Clerk.
J. E. Lovvorn of Deputy
.. elsheimer; Mrs. W. 'C.: Prewitt ,
Mrs.. will be quite ,a little while probably
; Okeechobee, spent Wednesday in C. L. No. 11C Feb. 16, 23, Mch. 2, 9, 16,
Mrs E.' 'Mutrux
Mrs.P. before actual construction on this Remember that industrial
u Clewiston. survey
:' Sabin,. Mrs. Frank Roderiguez, gate, is started, but, thgo preliminaries Tish Wardwell made? Comes th
Mrs. W. C. Worth, Mrs. E. R. Fon- make interesting eNOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
; :'.;) other day not only her salary for th e '
Senator Arthur Gomez, of Key taine and Mrs. N; L., Hemenway.. :By-the-way,, coffer 'meanstatrunk. ,or 'work:. but. ain ,extra check, as bonusor TAX: DEED

'.i-i\, ;:: ., "1West, and Attorney 'L.O.: Gravely: 'H chest,, so cofferdam is.,a most. expressive prize money for securing the best
=LaBeller'vfslted "in Clewiston MRS WARD TERTAINS WITH word. ..:o ,t NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ,
,interviews in the affair. That gal
; Wednesday.Mrs. BRIDGE PARTY that Foster Meredith, holder of
TUESDAYMrs. While we are on ,the,. subject of is ,clever.
Tax Certificate No. 916 of the 7th '
'",.......... / A. O. Ward former Principal Senior Chief Re- It occurs, to me that it would be day 'of Sept., A. D. 1931, has filed
:. E. H..Latham and her; mother entertained four lief Inspector Benson, he and Con-
said certificate in office and
J of Palm Beach, are spending a tables of bridge players at her home nally Nail were dined.'by the Ward- interesting my
to know
"' how many of made application for tax deed to issue -
few days at the Clewiston Inn Tuesday afternoon, using a Valen- wells this i '
'C with week on Tish'es famous the engineers
) on this job have thereon in accordance with Taw.
Mr. Latham. tine motif for the decorations
J. : spaghetti.
worked in foreign'countries and Said certificate embraces the following -
First prize was won by Mrs. D. .
,where and why and how long and I described property situated in
Mrs: C. F. Goodman, Mrs. J. F. A. McGeachey, second prize by Mrs. Florida to-wit
Inspector, Boswell, his lady and what: have you. So ,please Mister, Hendry County, :
.; ...,. ,Tippey and Mrs. Russell Whidden' Williams, and cut by Mrs. F. R. little Jerry spent the past weekendin if you ever have done so, drop me a Lots 16-17-18-19 Block 167
were Thursday visitors in West Maxwell. Clewiston.The .
Miami. and
card tell us about it.
Palm Beach. Other guests included ,,' ., ,assessment of said property-
Mrs. C. E.
get a prize for that, too. Of under the said certificate issued was

;:/, Miner, Mrs. C. W. MacDonald, Mrs. The Pahokee ,office is having a course, if you HAD to go, you don't in the name of F. E. Hogben. Unless
Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. W. M. Robert Smith, Mrs. D. G. Alston, good deal of fun about Inspector need to mention the fact. But since said certificate shall be redeemed
.. Redelsheimer, Mrs. F. I. Hill and Mrs I. M..
Pafford, Mrs. G., C. Poole,, Andrew H. Collins new lunch hook, every member of our family has according to law, tax deed will issue

.'.. Mrs. H. A. Bestor are spending today Mrs. B. Thomas, Mrs. F. R. Max- General Collins asked for a hook in been arrested at least once except thereon on the 19th day of March,

, ::""- in Palm Beach. well, Mrs. C. F. Trainor Mrs. A. A. the wall upon which to 'hang his Punk, we're not sensitive on that A. D. 1934. Dated this 16th day of

Munroe, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. lunch, so Laddie carved him a I subject. February, A. D. 1934.WILLIAM .
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Galloway and Greene I T. HULL,
I Roy Mrs. Gayle McFadden:, handsome one in the style of the !
,;" Clarence Galloway attended the fun Mrs. W. Clerk Circuit Court.
A. Davis
,. C. Williams, swinging brackets in front of Ye i Another week hash gone by with
r: eral: of their father, J. P. Galloway,, and Mrs. D. A. McGeachey. (SEAL) By Inez Magill, Deputy
: out youY
in Wauchula, Tuesday. Olde Greaseye Tea Shoppe, with Col- I reporter getting over to 5- Clerk.

lin's name on it and plainly labelled j Clewiston or Moore Haven, but Jo j l No. 12C-Feb. 16, 23 Mch. 2, 9, 16.II. .
,;.. .. Mrs. C. L. Pounds '-

".',;:'';''"',, Moore Sheetz Haven and daughter were business, Marilyn visitors, of -.- I FRANKLIN ANNOUNCESFOR STATE SENATOR ...........................*.*...**.***.i..*...**..*.*.*.*...**.*................................................ ..........................................................' '
!t Mrs. M. P. Peterson entertained

,,: \ ;.,., ::,here' Wednesday.. with an attractive, bridge party at .:. ...
'. the Clewiston Inn on Valentine Day J. A. Franklin, well known attorney Y, AIii
.- C. Nelson, of Jacksonville, E. F. of Fort Y
.. using a decoration scheme appro- Myers, makes pre-
i, Tippet and R. C. Baird, of Jackson \ priate to the holiday. liminary announcement, this weekof

r, ville, were business visitors here the his candidacy for state senator '
first of the week. At the conclusion of playing first from the 24th senatorial district.Mr. Iii CLEWISTON 6QL.F II IIij
prize was awarded Mrs. M. R. Law-
Franklin that formal
S says a an-
Norman Bolam ler, second prize, Mrs. W. C. Prew-
nouncement will be made in a monthor
'' Pennsylvania, and Robert Balam of itt and'consolation Mrs. A. A. Mun- so and an active campaign will be

\.:: Tampa acting ,business.were here Thursday trans roe.R. Maxwell.Cut pr'ize was won by Mrs. F. instituted by him and his' friendsfor ij COURSEs j

The the best seat which will be filled A
guests included Mrs. D. G
by the June Arthur A A
primary. Gomez
Jack Alston, Mrs. J. E '.Beardsley, Mrs. F. -
of ; ;
Winter Park, of Key West, is the present sen- :: ::
formerly of Clewiston D. Duff, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Miss Mae
has re ator from this district.Mr. A
turned here to Drew, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. N. L. A .. A
accept a position with .
Franklin is well-known A A
in .
the A. C. L. railroad. Hemenway, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell. Mrs AV
I, C. W. MacDonald, Mrs A. A. Mun Hendry county as well as in the + +

W. R. Ellis is leaving for Wash roe, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. C. E other counties in his district.His y

ington where he will Nall, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. G. C. announcement, while it ex- Y Y

' time on business spend some Poole, Mis. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. R. Y:. presses his intention of entering the

U. S. Engineers office.connected with the Patterson, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs race, is! the first such public state- ; "

T. B. Shelley, Mrs. Robert Smith, nemt to be made here by candidatesin Ii OpentothePllhIic( I I I's'
the June
: i- Mrs. C. Mrs. B. primary.
, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Slaby and Mr. F. Trainor Thomas I

i ; }: and Mrs. A. R. Lee, proprietors Mis. W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs.. J. W. .:. ... ,
1- 1' .,,, Ezelle W. C.-Hooker and BENEFIT BRIDGE AND DANCE
: Union Pier Mrs. tea ..
of ''
Union Pier, J : _. :
-\; : Michigan, were business visitors guests! were Miss Vilma Rhodes and IS SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR '' 's'

.:'.'-iQi'1': here Wednesday. Miss Elizabeth West Y's'A
<: '\, I A I Y
5' The bridge party and dance, sponsored A '
-i ,S Mr. and AMERICAN LEGION DANCE : ..4i
Mrs. Hilliard ;
,. of by St. Margaret's guild of the I :: I
Fort Myers, are spending this week I Catholic church at the ClewistonInn .s. I 'i' .

here producing and directing the local A dance will be sponsored by the Saturday night was most suc- V V

Church talent benefit.play as a Community American Legion, next Wednesdaynight cessful, both from the standpointof Moderate Green Fees I ::
at the Clewiston Inn with the who
guests, were given a most

music by the Dixie Cotton Pickers, delightful evening and from the society : Exceptional Fairways If'i

Lloyd Sparrow and Tom Shelley a popular negro dance orchestra of whose treasury was increased

motored afternoon to to 'Palm Beach yesterday Atlanta, that is spending the winterin 164.00 by the evening's receipts.The 'I:s i: Interesting Greens ;.

participate in a golf 'St. Petersburg.The ladies of the St. Margaret's I A II
lJT,1: '- ,Pro-Amateur tourney sponsored by Legion dances have proven guild have asked the News to express + ::'

,'." 't- r the East Coast Professional Golfers popular affairs in the past and a.I their appreciation of ,{the '.' I ______-- -

daughter Association.accompanied Mrs. Mr.Sparrow Sparrow and I towns splendid is expected attendance' 'from -.nearby given splendid them cooperation In their annual and benefit.support 1I.:.0.0:::; <.o I X r"t.......X. ...:"X.;.XSt .......:,..:..:..;..;..:..)o-:.:.II "i-".'

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Little t@ OUR COMIC SECTIOND gIIM Funny Side i'

6: es VJ., D T-I Events in the Lives of Little MenTHE ,10 LLM 1

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WHAMA During the holiday traffic, rush, two

1) speed cops, noticing a young woman
.' little man was ushered ,into the ? who was driving dangerously, shot
After the usual prelimi-
witness ahead of her and drew up their car

naries, the magistrate told' him to tell broadside, so that the culprit had to I
the court what happened.The I l !
.S 5J T r stop.
man began in rambling narrative o 'p" + "
1 "Excuse me, young lady, said one I
and finally ended up with: 4i Z' 1'r. "do
'1 EP '7 of the officers, sarcastically, you
"And then, my wife hit me on the "
know !anything abo driving. a car? -
head with an oak: leaf." ; : g "Of course," said the bright young
"Well, that couldn't have hurt you, 7 I '
1 thin,, "what's your
surely, said the magistrate."Oh .
couldn't it?" replied the little II, 7d '
Call a Plumber ,
man, with- feeling. '."It was, the oak :
\ City Boy-Say, dad, how many ;
leaf >frorr the center of, the, dining ,
/ / kinds-of milk are there? '
room -table.] -Londoa,Answers Maga- ::' ,
=::: / F.llher-WeII, there's evaporatedmilk
II buttermilk, malted milk: and- I
'p"J ) 2:: but do wish to know? I
: LIVE WIRE : l : : why you I
,.' f "Oh, I'm drawing picture of a
cow and I want to know how many j
spigots to put on her.-Farm Jour V

:rl .rfcr nal. ., .LID\

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Political Unrest V
-I //iI "Do you believe that politics makes ,

strange bed, fellows?" ,
H I "Yes," answered Senator Sorghum.
; : "But the fact brings no ,repose.

Trouble is always caused by the man

% : 1 who wants to grab all the covers" and
I kick the other fellow out.."
/CA J Zy
il ilI

Dotty-And don't. *you go in for sportof
any kind? >
(Copyright, 1S'. A. 0. I
Jimmy-Oh, yaws, don't you know, i r i

I'm-haw-passionately fond 'of dom- i

inoes. FEATHERHEADS Read as You Ride !

ExitIt __ = AH THERE'S A !
was the firm's annual dance. The h ANOTHER DAY -M THAT i
junior bookkeeper: : had chosen a very FELLOW' f
partner. 3 AMP BE ABLE To AMP HE: HAS f 1
"By the way," he volunteered as irr 1i i
they danced. "I'm glad our'man g r NTOY READINGl. Too llRr

isn't here tonight lie's an' ass of- a THE News osj .
man." THE: WAY HOME i i
'Ml takes two to make a quarrel l.' ,
She stopped dancing. "Young man," ... .:..,
"Yes, and very often it takes: -a.jurjx
she snapped angrily, "do: you know ,
to settle it" -
who I am?" 1 s 7iiLI:1'd
'' Tot the faintest idea," he said, & I

easily. Sometimes Not Enough

"Well, I'm; the manager's wife, !1'"' Irate Caller-You spoiled my article !'

"Gee whiz, !I" he exclaimed.:; "Now, I IL by a misprint. f ; I IEditorPm

do ;you know, who I am?" very sorry. What did !
"No, ," said his partner., we get wrong?' '-"

"Thank goodness for that!", he re Caller-A proverb I employed. You' i'

plied, as he backed hurriedly away. printed !it "A word to the wife Is :
sufficient."Boston Transcript. :

Just' Checking Up

Mother-What is that book you are Beginning
reading, Charlie? .
_. Friend-How is your son getting
Llittle Charlie-It's a' book called _" -- along in his medical studies?

"Child Training" that I borrowed from Proud Mother-Fine; he can already -

Mrs. Jones. 111/// cui'e very small chil ren.-
Mother-Do you, find it amusing? r Border Cities Star.

Little Charlie-Oh, no I merely tl. ,.

wanted to see .if I. had been brought '
New Reducer 4,
properly!, .1 / '
History Lecturer-Can anyone
; -
'i me what makes the Tower of Pisa
Irony of Fate lean?

Visitor-You look a bit glum, Brother Stout Lady-I don't know or I'd
Perkins! Have received bad
take some 'self.-Cnpller's Weekly.
news from ,home?
Island 'uli ifier-Yes. My rich Uncle J dIi:

Reuben is just deceased and-has.,left : Needs Stilts

all his money to those dodgasted 1SI Family' Friend-Does your -little
( heathen! Now they're better off than dog howl at, the moon? -

: I am.-Brooklyn Eagle. Little Doris-Yes, ,he can't'get

over it.


Enough to Jingle
"Are you interested in the new
rrr r -
r ? Western Newspaper Unton / season's 'variations in men's: suits

rI' I "No, but I hope there'll be some A ,
change in the pockets."

; A Profession"I ANCIENT HISTORY Suspicious Circumstance

I' understand both our'! sons, are Judge (to servant acting ,as a wit- 1

studying in Paris." ness-Have ;you ever seen your mas-

"vep. Mine is a writer. He writes ter under the influence of intoxicating
for money." liquor? u
I'( iall "Mine is an artist. He draws on Witness-No, your honbr, I can't Y

me.-Congrega tionalist. say that I have, but I have seen him
r' lying on the floor swearing that he'd ,

"" catch that bed the next time it came v
"Brown must be a.sinner
Might Try : around., I
'Why2"t week a grain of sand got into -

.- "I heard his wife, say he was no my wife's eye. It cost me $3." "
Lucky Chap,
saint. "That's Last week fur
nothing. a "You, 'seem idle."
1- coat In wife's and It cost
got my eye "
"The boss likes to see me Idle.
,- ,
;F.: Still Need His Services "
me $300. "Dodds brags a lot about his an "Huh !"
Artless-An apple, a ,day keeps the i cestors."
Is the V
r doctor away. SLIPPERY WAYS / "Yes. They're the only members; ot ment." .
i I Attaboy-But we eat enough other his family in some time that have been ii!
stuff to bring him back.: j worth boasting of." OLD MEANY"You / __

3r : Didn't Stay"I
The Perfect Marriage
'" foozled with that fellow" said
"You and wife seem to be very
: the real estate agent mournfuly. -"Told your : .
t:: him that Plunkvllle was the, most devoted to each other." 1 MVO//
I N"Yes, we are as necessary to each
,, healthful town in the state. ,
f J "Well o r as my income is to my outgo.- t

Cincinnati Enquirer.
"He was a '
"'-'CJI -1---; "" \
r-, '
I'", ." Strong Point Ailing Contortionist; I
Editor-There's one thing ,I- like "How did your wife take It, when ""VVtell, madam, what's wrong with

-.C 4 about your jokes, Scribbler. you showed her that thousanddollarbank you?'" 0

> Joke Writer-What's that? -note?" "P ins In my arms so I can hardlylift 0.21

Editor-Every time I forget them I "Like she always does-slipped It my arm over my head and It's never dance with Mr. Lobster"

have to laugh. out of my pocket while I was asleep." the ame with my legs. "No: he pinches too hard." I

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I Game Favored as Much of World's Gold '

rcocm Wilcdlulbifce Utilized in IndustryOnly MercolfzedWax.
$ m Replacement Crop
l : about half of the world's gold

r .. production since the discovery of

'i- Birds 'and Animals Will AidvanSolving'Fanners' _. America can now be definitely lo-
. ." I ., tatcd?:-sws.Jjie director of the UnIt-

-....:::: I I II ed Sates! ; niTnt.vS.m.4lV2Hhe. I-
world has .mined

:,.. .. 7 ?< !; '..Land' Problems.Prepared r .,. "2,4: :x t fitl7, as officially reported.
4) '
Y Of thIS:/ about SO 'per cent was pro-
by tho United States Departmentof
Service. duced since 1SCO. But today the
'\\' thl's' -nations -hold,...as monetary
Encouraging game birds :and. ant;, 7eeps Skin-Young
mals will help solve the land-use prob"rlems '*"-gold" 'stock, only' about $11,940,000000. ,- Absorb blemishes and discolorations using
31t "
of farmers who-have: ; tekep areas,. ... .' Mcrcohzed Wax daily as directed. Invisible

.+,.:: 'ws 'X as \Yi',4y: ;aC;' of wheat, corn, and' other .crop: out .of' ".What, you ask, has become. of the defects particles such of as aged blackheads skin are, tan freed freckles and and all
production/ advises! tb .,bur iJ.qf, bio?''I rest of it? Where are the missing large pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully

g, p. .. :.. logical survey. Game, tlVe bureau"- }!.*ten billions or more? It went. muc'i years clear younger., velvety Mercolizcd and so soft Wax-brings face looks out

points out has value as_a, sp5rcV61r'recreation Jf.just: as in olden times. In 1931, your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists

and food .fpr....thd fandowiie'r7'and ffor.instance,, .of, roughly,' $49,000,000) ) ) Powdered Saxolite i
'. the I Reduces wrinkles and other age-signs. SimI
in Uniterf
hunters rvpgojd' mined States
as an attraction to 'wl o' I 'ply dissolve one ounco Baxolite in alfnt I
will pay for shooting.1pribileges'or'willr. :.v.-alone,....;about: $29,000,000" was con- I witch hazel aad use daily03 face lotion. |

reimburse the farmer In other ways* v.sunied. 5n.n(1ustryT| -Frederick SimIi.ch I

\ >. 'Gfatne.; ..as .a. replaceteht.cr jn, the' -National Geographic !I II I
, *
'.'" also, help prevent, a"' s 'r.io.its.',decrease. Magazine.: .V" WNU 7 C-34

," ln,; this natural; resource) says' 'the biological -

.." survey. In :periods"of :economic ; -
% = cht ;depression, the 'value of rgaipe..as. ; ..,' -;, ..

,a food resource becomes more 'widely1 1 .
,j ..( _n, I <. apreciilTed i rabbits
.....I.------- : and squirrels Here's
1 1 and game bIrds thus have a : mucfi''greater ;. Qukkest implest

il/ .: Loggerhead. on a Florida Beach., 'T,' ..; t ",, importance than, in times of ,, ,
+: i'J plenty..-. :'Under .the,. : f''in'n
: '
.t-M> : '.. Prepared by National Geographic Society, Long stretcl of..tlii's. plan' Are .front : :: : ..
'ir Washington, D. C.-WNU ..Service.IN hunting..ijqweverj game Iis'like'j"k : : < Way to Stop Cold
ed s J1d- penetratedhere / a'
', by beacheis ; '.
'J.: :, SPITE of man's destruction of |Iy to, ;be.serlo"u'sjy' decreased < unlessjometliigisdon"e' ,
and there, bybayssounds"inletsandthe : : .
t'o'aid 'it. : ,
; : : !: I > i
tyr'\;:: > forests the face and of nature building' has of changed great cities' but. mouths :.of Driver's.'i lie Back'of'great''marsh" theses'osed.beaches Maijy''' 'fafmerjs,1| > tle-' Bureau f recog?, ::;;;:, : :, 'I ; ,

little..along'the Atlantic abd. Gulf ? many ,Ilize }hq etsuffici.ent) )inteie;' f'ib'sg"an1eandother : .
,. and, shallow bays, with'ntjmjber1 '
of'North' America wild life ,to''underthk'ice'plenishment \\
1" "; coasts .- sand'-bars, iow'iislan'ds"and. mud' } ,"'" I.
T ; number 'C6r'otherwise = less e measures -tfn1"-.their own '
A of large :
) ; :li :; : :?"' J \
: ; ;, : species of_'wild- animals orig- fiats.- FI'ne' '( **,*,. Jm'tlatlve. and others can'-bTejinfopestedr.) rF .. ._. J.

_ : .>-... ':'f..--fI ;einally-here have disappeared, but these ''for"thevWater'Fowl.uj.r'ijf'a T if--, "ftfti: f>.j; 'if :silsia'ctory''r'feiiilbOrsement. : i r i is,;pfO- L ., ; !
. i "
':;:..;. :: 5' ;\ ",)vere' of ,kinds' apparently unfitted to In suchplaceTfthrive\aquatic( plants'with fitted:"COcal 'groujJs: dlf utltep. ..11's- E'!!" .

(,:: .1' ..: ,: survive in a populous country.,. Among myr adsof ffish- crustaceans' another 'ffien's organizati sNJ1fd istpjej: .ponder::; Ji, '." ,
. ,;:. .!';.. .. ::; them may be mentioned the bison and food'which' "in"winter( sustain' ration 'departments;. it Is sugggstec"cb'uTd }.2t ;

'.(-; : ',' :, :'the' elk, ''which once roamed the eastern ,millions of swans, geese, ducks, gulls' .,", \veU"'h-e} 'ovl..,;tVI1LJrtcreaslng: ) ,

..:' ,. forests and the wolves and cougars waders, and other wild fowl. < ganje'/by; arranging, ty fiD?ke food-:: 1"
?,: which preyed upon them and oth- Fortunately for' these' birds: the plant: '' and* 'cov.. -feltorafi6h) -sometliiDg 1Take

" :' er wild things. In addition, among broken: shore' line and submerged lands \ jjhat }is I much need& ,?fiE .mostfarming ,. .
, ":,. ; )', the birds the great aul:, the Labrador l have prevented' the 'opening ,'
.:-1,;'( ,', '" .-:' duck, the heath ben passenger pigeon; W yS' and imitedl'' agricultural i development I program of,.:the- .,,:AgricpJtural J Ad -11'1" pirin Tablets.2 Bayer As2 'DrinkfUlIgtassofwater..3. and If throat dissolve is sore 3 Bayer crush

: -">'. ; and parrakeet hm'e. vanished.' ; Large areas 'are occupied Justmen{ dmi& ftr'atfofc. anjj "will.be.qf. q j, ', a hours. Aspirin Tablets in a half
only by fishing, villages and by h'uqt-; ;fto sporl$men... I ", 't-: : .. .. :' < glass of water and gargle according -
: :j. : As' against this ,t11ete .is 'a marked -.greatbenefit, ;.>- ..... ; -.f .'> i *; -t' "..- 'l .: .. ''' to directions in box.
?+ ;; renewal forests and ing clubs in Maryland'Virginia, North ), I>' '
:; ::: .of in' progress: 'JivUrt ; J : ." ', Almost
. and South Carolina, Louisiana, and Instant Relief. .y i
:: :,, large numbers of species of wild creatures Several Plans'Followed ', ,
: -: '. .: .: have adapted; themselves to Texas. "* : j -

> ,-', / : f'harE'theil:-' word: with civilized' man. One chronicler records that' ati the. .by. Ohio ,.SheepA { rlrier$ ; in' this. : Ask your doctor about this. And .I

:, :':',: :' Moose and '.ca'ribou 'hold their. Qwn' in time of his first visits;;:io 'eastern' Can- largepercentage! of l limb crop, ..Way' when you buy, see that you get

.: ,N" :, .some of, the wilder'' 'places and 'the ada, in IDOL and. 'iOO7, the 'amazing. heavy: : fleeces low morfality.and-eco-. '. ',* '. t idi tile real BAYER Aspirin Tablets.
.: "' white-tailed leer is numbers of caribou .in .Newfoundland I are"ttie' factors :' The simple method pictured above dissolve almost
i, : : probably) more:. numerous nomical feeding 'principal! \ . They instantly.
. \}, than, at any previous time in and their: annual. migration! across, tile I I i In successful sheep* farming' 'in is the way doctors throughout the And' thus work almost instantly

\ 'Y :t.:. :. ; its history. Each yearly hunting season island each maiy'fall: w'ere recognized #as .southeastern. Ohio, 'a'vTriter'in. ; the Ohio' world now treat: cojds. when you take. them. And for a
l" : .t.;. T:>; within, :radius, of 300 miles of. one of the ls of 'American wild Farmer found .from' fl of the .;
, ... study accounts It is recognized as the QUICKgargle, Genuine BAYER Aspirin
: life. At the same time' the noose of ,
New York city, sportsmen take more metliods'on'214 farms there
'I EST, safest, surest way to treat'a Tablets dissolve so, completely
;. ; than 40,000 of these deer. In Pennsylvania New Brunswick extraordinarily. for .the! )lastY.three years.' : A comparjIspn I
: cold. check leave
abundant.. .For ii.yiill an they no irritating par- "
: their -increase.has been so great of the high ten 'in Income shows
w. : .
cold almost ticles. Get box 12
.. Although this -region had long been ordinary as a of
:. .7 :- that the entire.stock of'deer has been 1 they made'tvic'e', as'niich return as .
. : .". accessible with' comparative ease, yet .- fast as you caught it. tablets or a bottle oft
starvation ''
: threatened with owing to the.lovest'ten 1n this' group. ,is.... .
"" ; '.fi ,.: '-,; lack of sufficient, forage. its unsuitability-' agricultural areas'so: development'had ) 'Close culling and good -care.qf tire,: ; NR-A 9 9 24 or 100 at any

1 1- ,' Probably the'ot l number of small left vast ed"truewilder' sparsely flock of'ewekeepng'n'flock l of breed'ing ':'. : ".' ':'; : -'w. drug store.
occupied 'that they rer uli : .
'.?i "\' 'l' '/ birds now is vastly greaterthan existed wes'and hOt maintaining wethers.," : u"
,' .'> "in the day of the pg}] -im'[ Fath.V. sses. the 'use 'of vigorous rams.'cr/iss breed ;?........ o, DOES NOT HARM
ers,' owing to, !the increase, of food The coming of the World war brought: ing' and early -lambing 'wer'e i points; .' '") MwMwv affq e ..THE* HEART ,i

t available on' farms ''and in second., r. period'of intensive pursuit of big iii' favdr of large' lamb crops.' :Those. .-., '4Erie.
.,.;- game in all this region for its meat '
:. growth forests., Millions of migratory. with' large profits had-theirjambs come
wild 'fowl '.continue to t'foop.snuthwar value. This slaughter of noose and early- from' February '22' to April 15'; : .'" -'Mother Knows a Favored City ..J
every fall to, .winter: in 'tbe' coastal, waterways especially caribou, dangerously low'ered'their controlled par.asites.p.nd. 'fed r their 'Little Boy-:Mamma, what's a sec- Pennsylvania has a Lake Erie '1'
'". numbers. ,,Probably the migratory [- -
and marshes. : Iambswell fpr :etlrly-.imarket.! Tney" ,'nd"story man.? 'shoreline of approximately only 45
": >' :'.". Many 'small)] creatures of field and : herds of car.ibou!: will never, 'kept no:wethersbeiieving that a sheepmust Mother-Your "t.father is' one, dear.If miles,-yet the cityof Erie is regarded I

} ti;.:,.':' forest have developed such an insight again troop across tliGjbarrens of Newfoundland : : .do more..than, merely, produce a'" his first stOl: ,\iot 'dQ .he always as' the largest fresh-water fishing I

'T1' ::':',. into man and his ways' that they out: numbers.in anything liketheir. former : fleece* ( >" i J ',. has- a, :? !,nd.-.Kansas. city'. Star., port in the :world.

" r ,. ; -: .wit him at times 'when, their interests' > The: best ,, sheep, farmers, drenchedfor : _
: '' : i, conflict. Cottontail, swamp and snow- ,With ,well-enforced 'protection .however -' ,stomach:, ors< 'and, -those! with
: >; ... shoe rabbits, squirrels muskrats; beavr caribou' in Newfoundland and lowest, income! dVd, pot.;- !9, low this
.!" ; I.::". ':: ', "er mink, otter, raccoons b'obcats 'and moose in New Brunswick and Maine practice ..regularly: "except, in a few' M'akethis lip test

,,.r' ',... : ;" other small mammals and even the' may be maintained in fair abundance cases. The'mortality'was three; times

;11': ,/.. '' ',. black bear, are common in many Protected, :l by Treaty. as .g e'atvith'. ,thV : least profitable

,:.{.{ / ;,i.. : places. Doves, wild'' turkeys ruffed At the present time ft-'would seem flocks; The owners 'of the hest payIng. : TOOK at: them and your cheeks, too, without

: ,. .f:, ,.- grouse, and bobwhites continue to. lead .that-the ''shore birds have returned in 1 :flocks used '75. per' cent more' grain L make-up. Do they possess' the natural glow of

5,';.: -, -the hunter,afield.. large: numbers along the eastern, coast and'a :Better trade of roiigl'iag'e, including ,health, which comes from a sufficiency of rich, red
',1j' r' some 1. blood? If do inake- is simple if they don't
, q;'J' / Tropical Beasts and Birds. .: since: the.migratory bird treaty became legume: they p 1 1I
find of the .
read reasons why
I one
'I I : f on you may your ;,
''' ) effective; and while of. the ,
spe- -
'r-. So far we have.had to do only with : 1 ',' 'e ie skin is not: clear and
"s rosy.
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,,::;1' :" ,' '. the creatures of northern latitudes .. cies go info Mexico, and even South and
red checks
::' i .Storing: Ice r I You cannot: have lips, rosy energy
: "
<,;; ,: '. ,. but, within, our southern limits America, to ''winter, most of them are -' In cheerfulness if your blood is in a run-down condition.
,; come such tropical beasts as' the jaguar ,too small t'o attract the'. pothunters: packing ice-.ln.. a farm Icehoase'p'lace.the Lack hemo-glo-bin, the red coloring of the blood,
-'r'' of those 'regions. : cakes dose togetherT.t9.uiake! also weakened condition of the body
; ocelot jaguar-undl cat, coati- r L -may indicate a ;
.' mundi, peccary, and, prehensile-tailed The'' great flights' 'of geese swans, 'the mass as tiphj and solid as possibleto loss of strength poor appetite.

'S- porcupine, with parrots'and. other and ducks that annually sweep south. I eliminate. cracks and ...openings''' >: S.S.S.is"not,, just a so1called tonic but a tonic: specially -
through.which nir' 1cuJatessas: ; the' [ designed to stimulate gastric secretions, and also
; strange birds: and a very different and southeasterly ir'1 the fall through ; } {, ._ :;
plant life that make a new world'. to the eastern states and along the At- r United -States Department'of'Agriciil,: : having the mineral Clements so very, very necessary in
'." ,;1 <: the'northerri'vishor.. .. lantic coast'mainly congregate in and 'ture. 1Vhen,;'cakes are .irregular In restoring a low hemo-glo-bin content If your condition

:;; ., With 'S(1' much of the original capi'tal about Chesapeake bay and Currituck l size, fill the' opening .befween cakes: suggests a blood tonic of l.S.S.
.t should
Unless is soon notice -
case exceptional,
: sound N. C. Many of these birds .with, small pieces o f ice. "Broken ice your you
tn' wild
' life to on, it is .
go specially ') : a pick-up in appetite. your color and skin
your .
< b'out Island on top of the cakes or projecting ,
however remain Long
pleasing to-note the great awakening :' should improve with increased strength. .
until the 5m-v!1 pieces .along! the sidesT'slio'uld he r : .
that .sound and Ilarnegafbay c< rejoioved.
has taken .place among the S.S.S. is sold by all drug stores in two sizes the
peopleof the United States during the ing of severe weather, when most _of' ,t. -With sawdust 6r rum 'shav- larger is more economical. @ The s.s.s. Co .:,
last twenty years in their recognition them also move down the coast. ; li/gs .for; insulation.leave. at J least A

bf the value (wild life as a. great Georgia and Florida having few I" 12-inch space:: between-'the; sides -of the. ,
combination J250 life
national asset that must be maintained shallow freshwaterbays and litt e. Ice,,stack'and the walls: 'tlie building '. Face Fun of Pimples health and accident insurance? Pays $10

and perpetuated. This change from wild-fowl food along the Atlantic coast; ,'and fill:srtti[. dry saw ust .or' shavings weekly sickness commissions.SOUTHWESTHUN-accident. ; any occupation ..
comparative indifference has come 'as, form a rather marked are'a of '.almost.'- I as the 'pa'. king in tie, center\, (:if the, : 'Could Not Go ; : CASUALTY CO. .;.
the direct result of an educational complete separation between t! e'se'tW9'I .room'-proceeds. Also place a layer.of ; Second National Building: Houston Texrless

campaign? conducted: for :years by groups of migrants which winter along dry sawdust about :a 'foot: thick on the Anywhere .
many organizations. "" tha Atlantic coast and'those of the bottom'of the house except In h .in'id. 'AXTED-Shlppers Daffodils, Iris,' Lilacs, or Jonquils outdoor, Narcissus flowers.,

The 'survival of so much wild life; .Gulf.the Atlantic geese and swans die. w ere''the layer should be a'few''Inches GladIolus, Gerbla. Terms. 15% commIssIon'' '
along the eastern coast' and its bor- in particular not usually being foundfarther thinner so that the cakes\ ,will 'S' Healed by Cut/cura Dun freight and Bradstrect.or express American charges. Iocorativ References r {

< \lel'ing'hinterlan'd Is 'due largely to'this'. south than, ,the' Carolinas. have-aL-tendency'. to: slide toward .the Flower Co., -107 N. Inca St., Bnlliinore.Md. '

I' f ,:", t "region's physical characteristics To'; Currituck, sound "is. an Ideal.. home "...c. nter.' '. .. "My face was full of. hard; red '1.
"r :; :; i- the north, in Newfoundland. Nova for wild fowl ,uring'tlie winter I 'cPARKER'S
.. pimples. My skin was very sore and ''
.. '
..;ri: ,:'': Scotia, New Brunswick, and Maine, months. ..It is. shallow,, 'su'rrounde
'Fft) i'i- are vast thinly peopled, forested areas marshes, bays.'. and ,ponds of almost :Handling;: Peat Soils without everybody looking at me., o'Removes Imparts Dnndrtdf Color oStopsl1alr and Falling

> ;i1 :\ abounding 'in streams, and lakes. 'entlr lf fresh" water *[n which.various: } Tbe\:\first step reclamation. p( peat The. pimples were very itchy and I Beauty to Gray and Faded.Hair
', ': ,.' There, travel is still so largely by kinds' of'.excellent. wild:fpwl' Io' d' '.or-I .uck' .soils Is> thorough drainage.' scratched them until they bled. I Rlq 60c Chem.and Jl Wit.00 at.Pa Droecfeta.ICOT tehozue.NY,

'/: ', rough roads and ,small boats that 'conditions plants :ab und: Fish', .'shellfish, and., :peep.faii:: plowing, to hasten decora- lost my night's sleep so many times FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in

,7r .". ." '. [ remain favorable to wild life. 'crustaceans are-'also.'plentiful.! tosltl; nand rolling are beneficial on "I was disgusted. hair connection soft and with fluffy.Parker's 60 cents Balsam.Makes by mail or at druggista. the-
'.:': f The rock-btond: coast and outlying is On Its deeper and more open waters .the deeper peat Seeding 'boivvii to :- 'T tried different things but with- .Hiocox Chemical Works. Patchogne,W.Y. ,

:. '.:. -. '.' lets also provide, homes for countless are thousands of canvasbacks numer- timothy (and pasturing: ,foij j.everal; ;' out success I happened to see an "
'S::. : sea birds just as do similar conditions 1 oils 'redheads' sc ups,* and, golden-e 'es. I years i is.advisable with raw peat. The" advertisement for Cuticura Soap and

',-.: '.. on the shores of the' North Pacific. while In the shallow bays 'and connecting second step! [In making: peat land\pay/' Ointment -and >se nt.f.or a tree sample.I A BODY BUILDER

; ,,, .'; Beginning near the mouth of the ; ponds are t.o" lie, found great 'I Is 'fertilizing. Peat contains from ten bought more and-after I had used y Mrs. Johnnie Roy Hall .f.

":-\;, ',"' \ Hudson, n'great coastal plain extends .numbers of marsh ducks.sucb-as black' : to-G teen timeS' ;has much nitrogen, as three cakes of Cuticura Soap and Savannah 123 W., Ga.Taylor: said St.: ,f.or

southward to eastern Mexico. To the :duck, mallard, widgeon, pintails,. -and ,'t? .dom>non soils and Is bacly put of two boxes of -Cuticura Ointment y "A few years ago I lost i
'::<- .:: "./north It begins''wlth 'a '-width of only teal, which usually assemble, In small"'. "'plarlt!-fooil balance. It the peat I is fairly my face was,, .completely ]healed.! ? I my weight appetite and strength was poor.as

'J'.qi \, a fcjw, miles, broadening to 'from 100 er flocks'than species .frequenting.deep. wgll decomposed applications of (Signed) Miss Anna Krouchlck", 430' 1 my weakened colds.conJ f.In f.
ditlon I had
.4ij :,. ", to 250 miles in places. until it' narrows water.- ;Y. phosphate usually are 'profitable. Emmett St., Scranton, Pa. '1 I took Dr Pierce'j '

again near Tampico., In this entire One of the most Interesting birds on'' ,.About'200 pounds of potash; plus 200 Soap 25c. Ointment and 50c. Golden and this Medical tonic Discor-Teemed

distance there are no outcrop:. .the Currituck:: is the whistlingr6.w.an.The ;: !; pounds bf 20 pet cent superphosphate, Talcum 25 c., Sold everywhere. One to put new life in my ery whole body, my appetite
pings of metamorphic rocks and: apparently -;I local estimates of thf>se..blrai: 'suPPl!' to test' plots show .the...mosteeonomjcal sample each free. Address: "Cutf- improved wonderfully, I gained ia
regained youthful
none, ot. sedimentary forma- vary from a total of;fifty thousand io treatment Wa hce" cura, Laboratories, Dept.' IlJ; Maiden color weight and and colds strength were a thing of my the pjisL"
tion ''except the coquinas, of Florida. nearly one, _hundred; thousand- birds. (.'arm"er'. -. MassAdv; Write Dr. Pierce1 Clinic, Buffalo, N. Y.
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'BRIDGE STREET PAVING DiamondballLeague r the hearts of millions to, visit and I the State. ,
LaBelle DELAYED BY WEATHERFINISHED view first-hand the state capable 'of
WEDNESDAY presenting such a marvelous dis Freshly dug Irish potatoes are
StandingsStandings to be found In some markets in
News ItemsArthur play.With month of the year,
Despite heavy rains over the that exhibit as a back- Florida every
'weekend which put a stop to the of the four teams en- ground, promotion manager George although the main crop 'is harvested .

oiling of Bridge Street the work tered in the last half show the high Clements lost no opportunity to gain from January to June. /

Smith, of Graham's was completed- and ready for traffic school leading. The leaders were additional publicity through the

Marsh, west of the Devil's Garden, Wednesday night, just: one week winners of the first half. newspapers, rotogravure sections, The sweet potato harvesting '
was in town Wednesday. Mr. Smith after the first ground was" broken. The standings are tabulated magazines, news-reels and radio, to in North Florida is from ;

reports that thousands of ducks According to C. C. House, local low: be-I the end that millions who did not actually July season to December. In South FlorIda -

have come to the Cypress and are CWA official the paving, although Team Won, Lost visit the fair were constantly It be dug any day in the
thick enough to be a nuisance. appearing loose and dry at present, High School 3 0. 1000 being reminded of the charms'' and can
will soften up with warmer weather Kiwanis 3 2 600 advantage of this state and invitedto year.

Mark Poole made a' trip into the and traffic will work the oil out Sugar Corp. 1 2, 333 pay us a visit. ;

Big Cypress Thursday. ,leaving a hard packed paving sur Engineers 0 3 000 Without question, the money I The consumption Florida of sub-tropical is rapidly i
face.P. The winners of the. second half spent in staging the Florida exhibitat fruits produced not only !
habit with
Mr. and Mrs. Cobb Dulaney and; are to meet the winners of the first the Century of Progress was the becoming a demand Is !

two daughters, Jennie and Alice and: T. A. HEARS DISCUSSIONBOY half in a series of games to decide best advertising investment this Florida people but nothern the customers. i i iI

Mr. and Mrs. John Oliver and GIRL RELATIONSHIPSA the championship. state has ever made and today we I increasing from Bavarian Cream

daughter, Georgia, all of Atlanta, are reaping the first dividend on I Orange needed are 1 '1-2

spent this week at the B. L. Du discussion of boy and girl relationships JOHN P.: GALLOWAYJohn that investment in the form of a The' ingredients juice and pulp, 2tablespoonfuls

laney home. They report that Mrs. In schools, opened by a i record breaking tourist season. I cupfuls orange gelatin, 1-2 cupful

B. L. Dulaney is in San ,Antonio, lecture by County Judge H. A. Rid- P. Galloway, of Wauchula, Again next summer we will havean cold water, 1-2 cupful boiling water,

Texas. er, was the principle feature of the died at his home Saturday morningand : opportunity to reach additional 1 cupful sugar, 4 to 5 teaspoonfulslemon
Parent-Teacher's Association program buried in New millions and induce them to visit
was, Hope Cemetery 3 'whites, 1-4 tea-
juice, egg
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Perry and at the meeting Tuesday night. Florida a year from now by main-
I I Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Gal- salt, 1 pint cream, whipped
daughter, Barbara, visited Mr. Per- Principal T. R. Jones and W. taining our Florida exhibit at the
loway was the father of Oliver and I in the cold water
C'I Soak the gelatin
ry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. l World's Fair another
Richards presented both sides of Clarence' Galloway, of Clewiston, year. ,Un- add the boiling water
for 5 minutes,
,Perry, in Fort Myers Sunday. question of how to manage pupilsof and had, visited them several times, fortunately there are no state funds and stir until dissolved.Add .
and sugar
high school age. making many friends during his stay available to meet the cost of such the lemon and orange juice and
Senator Gomez, of Key West, was Vocal music was furnished by an exhibit, which it Is estimated will set, and
in LaBelle this week here.Mr. be about pulp, chill until partially
meeting'old Mrs. Catherine Jones and ft, quartette and Mrs. Oliver Galloway and $75,000. Surely this foamy. Beat the whitesof
beat until
friends and making new ones. composed of George Wood, Clarence Galloway attended the fun- small amount can be raised by pop- the eggs with the salt until stiff,
Arthur Reckwerdt, W. H. Jones andT. eral Tuesday. ular subscription. mixture.
E. E. Edwards and George Bur- 'R. Jones. Both were accompanied The Florida State ,Chamber of and fold into the gelatin

chard were in Tampa Tuesday. by George _Wood at the piano. I I'TAGINSPECTORDEPUTY Commerce has assumed the task of Then fold in the whipped cream a, pour cold
onto a wet mold, and put into
leadership in
a drive to secure the
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Miller and two TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY necessary funds for this purpose and place until firm. Turn out onto a

sons, and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ar- SHERIFF CHECK LICENSESW. citizens will shortly be asked to joinin I platter, and garnish with orange

ledge visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed. a state-wide effort, in order 'that sections. .. fi.. .If

Thompson at Orange River trestle the money maybe raised as quickly ,,

Sunday.:, E. VanLoon, State Tag Inspector and economically as possible and the FAULTY BRAKES-....
'for this district was in LaBelle I BY :. exhibit for 1934 assured.' caused'by faulty

Frank Smith spent the weekendin Tuesday and Wednesday. Tuesday The action of the State Chamberof More deaths are
Clewiston. afternoon he and Deputy Sheriff H. ,Commerce in undertaking this brakes on' motor vehicles than
H. McCall visited Clewiston" Whereat job is indeed laudable. perhaps by any other defective mo-
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Tyrell, of least 20 persons ,1 w re told to Florida' this season Is entertaining .' county, city and individual should I tor part. Good brakes should be
Perth get 1934 tags at once.". : able to stop your vehicle:, at 20 miles
N. J.
Amboy: arrived at the the largest number winter support the movement. Failure to
Tyrell Gardens Wednesday afternoon Mr. McCall states, that, ,five of the visitors in her history. Highwaysto exhibit at Chicago again this year I I per hour, within a distance) of 20
car owners were driving, out of state would be feet from the time the brakes are
a grave mistake. We hold .
the south have been crowded with
I I brakes, in this
and which is applied. Keep your
tags were employed, an option
from on the choicest, location in ,
I cars every state In' the union.
SANITATION WORK CONTINUESDr. strictly against the. .law. ; All lines of transportation, bus, the ,Hall of States. We can again I'I condition er speeds and within you can reasonable stop at oth-dis
.railroad, steamship ''and airways are the show" and do it at very I
tance. ,
C. W. Vandiver states that so SEEK' AIRPORT SITE experiencing unpr cedented''travel.. nominal cost. California and other II''I REMEMBER AUTOMO BILES
far 12 of the tshave' states will
sanitary toll Palm Beach 'Miami, St. Petersburg' be there with keenly 500 PEOPLE IN .
been installed. Dr. Vandiver ad'dsthat C. Franklin :Wheeler, of Fort and other tourist centers report competitive displays., Failure, of I FLORIDA DURING 1933. LET'S

there has been no definite information -, Myers: was' a visitor in LaBelle Sun- hotels and apartments filled Florida to ,show, would 'be most I STOP IT. (Governor's Committee
as to whether the work. :day. While here he made an inves and are hard pressed 'to meet the gratifying to them and exhibitors

will go on after the deadline of tigation of different,'sites which are growing demand for' accomodations.State would gladly pay a premium to secure on Public Safety) .

Feb. 15 but it is expected there will available for the construction an Hotel :Commissioner Sullivan our enviable location. I

be no break. Gordon estimates that 'there But Florida will not fail. Florida FOR
airport. Perry, A. L. Tay- are 40 per cent NOTICE OF APPLICATION
lor ..and..C. J. Kirk accompanied, him more tourists In Florida" this winter will be there with even a better ex- TAX DEED
LEAGUE ENTERTAINSThe on his trips. Mr. Perry states that i than 'atuany time in our history. hibit, for we realize the value' 'of

project ,for the construction of an I The1".recent severe weather that such publicity. We have tastedits NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

LaBelle Epworth League en- airport. :is' under consideration and blanketed. the north with ice and fruits and we know there are That FOSTER MEREDITH, holder
tertained the Caloosahatchee unionat other winter seasons coming. of Tax' Certificate No. 803, 7th day
the plan Is to, submit it, within .a snow drove thousands southward. '
the Methodist Church Thursday short time.CLUR FlortdaL'bound trains ou't of New Let's all get' back of this move- I of July, A, D. 1930, has filed said

night. Representatives from Alva, York. "ran In five sections, establish- ment and raise the necessary funds certificate In my office and made
application for tax deed to issue
Olga, Fort Myers, Bonita and Na- ing a' 'new record. now. Florida must show at Chicago -
ELECTS PRESIDENTAt thereon in accordance with law.
ples were present to enjoy an inter- And' this Is not 'a, boom. Our again this year. Said certificate embraces the following -

esting program. These meetingsare visitors this season are not attract -.- described property situated I II
the regular meeting of the Ba.I- '
held every" month: ; ed to Florida: to gamble in real es- The people, of the cities as wellas in Hendry County, Florida, to-wit' \
reno 'Thursday Frank Harris
tate. No one has struck oil or dis- those of the country are en- I Lot 4 Block 156 Clewiston \\i\
ELECT OFFICERS was elected to' succeed, Jack, Lewisas I covered 'gold. This amazing influx titled to every convenience that can The assessment' of said property -
President. j under the said certificate issued
I" make travel !
'of tourists is brought about more pleasant and
Election of offs This club; organized for the purpose -, I I was in the name of C. C. Klutts.
and business
paymentof by 'a natural desire on the part of more easily transacted.
of providing its members with' Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
dues were the features of theWoman's thousands to enjoy the Better business follows better roads.
a place to dance, holds meetings ev- advantages I according to law, tax deed
Community Club meet- of a kindly healthful climate. *
will issue
ery Thursday night in its club thereon on the 12th day
ing at the Everette Hotel Tuesday. Why is 1934 proving most Fresh Florida of March
in the Bank and our vegetables are at A. D. 1934.
rooms Building en-
The results of the election were joys a large membership from the successful tourist year? Simply I their best at this season of the Dated this 9th day of Feb., A. D.,
Mrs. H. L. Delaney, president Mrs.E. '
,> set.LaBelle because Florida received greater national year. If your grocer does not carry 1934.
L. Rogers, vice-president, Mrs. younger publicity during the last the
I variety and 'quality you want, WILLIAM T. HULL,
H. H. McCall, secretary, and Mrs. twelve months than ever before. insist that he, procure them. Consumer (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court,

E. E. Edwards, treasurer. The Cinches Conference The Florida exhibit at the I demand will place variety Hendry County, Florida.

next meeting of the club will be so- I tury of Progress created a cen-I and quality In every food store in Feb. 9, 1934-5t :
: ,
cial and hostesses will be Mrs. R. V. Winning its third conference

% Hedges and Mrs. Ernest Booth. game and placing Itself out of'reachof I
the other conference teams. La-

FAREWELL PARTY GIVENMr. : : Belle beat the Alva boys on their

.. I own court by ,the narrow margin of IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH ?

and'Mrs. Frank O'Meara were 16-14 Wednesday night.

r ,guests of honor at a farewell party Different from 'the two previous

it given by Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Poolerat conference games the score was In

. their home Friday night. Mr. favor of LaBelle all through the.'

and Mrs. O'Meara ,left Sunday for game. At the Moore Haven game

Atlanta after spending two weeks last week it was nobody's game until I

with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Walker. just before the bell when Julius ,
) )
Moon dropped the .winning shot fora F

ESTERO COUPLE MARRIED BY final score of 2120. '

COUNTY JUDGE RIDER SAT. The next and last conference ,

game will be whenMoore Haven' I

Henry C. Hall and Julia E. Soto, comes. here March 7. .t"1 :
both of Estero were married by Conference Standings Gasor'ii

County Judge H. A. Rider Saturday W L

afternoon. Immediately after the LaBelle 3 0
ceremony bride .and groom left for Alva 1 2 I
parts unknown. Moore Haven 0 2


Fort: Myers, Fla., ,'\.
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February 12, 1934. 1


.;, Distributor

I hereby announce that I expect to be a candidate for

the office of State Senator 'from the Twenty-Fourth Senatorial That Good

District, In the primary to be held in June of this, year..

It is my belief that I can be of service, to the citizensof : ::1:1i

this District andi to the people of the State of Florida, and Gulf ,

I enter the race for this office actuated solely by a desire to .
be of service in solving the difficult problems facing our Stat Gasoline > -

Within the course of a month or .so It is my intentionto

Issue a more formal announcement, and to begin an active a !t'4utF

.. campaign. I make this announcement now so that my friends

L: :. may know that I will be a candidate and that those disposed "

to do so. may become active In my behalf.Respectfully aaao apsau" LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES !

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