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 23, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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SHOWN IN DIORAMAA TONIGHT AT INNDan ton's the program birthday Kiwanis in marked Club honor at of the the Washing meetingof Watanabe -I FOR SUGAR COMPANY MEN

Hotel Wednesday evening. Chief

Beard's second visit to the interest centered in the clever con-

diorama depicting a typical Clewiston Boy Scout Troop Number test staged by Dr. J.:W- 'Ezelle, in GOVERNOR SHOLTZ IS

scene on the property of the United 23 will be celebrated by a ban- which members were asked to iden- Local Diamond Ball AMONG NOTABLES

States Sugar Corporation is now on of prominent1 men by
quet at the Clewiston Inn tonight. tify names PRESENT
display at the Clewiston Inn, having Daniel Carter Beard, "Uncle Dan"to certain objects which had specific Teams Win Two

been installed there on Monday of thousands of Scouts, is spending significance to that prominent per- In a gathering distinguished by
this week, just prior to the meetingof son the first a hatchet, being natur-
; of
the month of February in Florida as Out Town GamesTwo the presence of the governor of the
the board of directors of the cor- associated with Washington
the guest of Barron Collier, and is ally I state and other leaders who are
poration. The diorama is the most the opportunity of visiting nimself. This contest was won by Interested in the
taking actively development -
interesting exhibit ever displayedin Dr. W. J. Buck, a visitor, who iden- out of town game'; during)
the that the
each of troops compose mart'ed'dia ,of Everglades section, Clar-
this section, and pictures to min- tified correctly 85 percent of the the past week, have '
Royal Palm Council, whose head- ence R. Bitting, president of the
mondball activities and lend inter
exactness a portion of the sugar 21
ute is in Fort 'Myers. names. United States Sugar
quarters Corporation
with its agricultural back- The attendance Ki- est to the sport that has captured
industry prize given by
Other guests at the banquet tonight host to the key men of the organ.
the attention of fans for the local
ground. will include H. O. Kight, Scout Hammerstein, of Hollywood, ization at the President's Dinner given

Encased in a frame about eight Executive of Royal Palm Council, was won by Tom Shelley. Each teams during this season. \. at the Clewiston Inn Monday

feet in length, three feet in width Judge David 'Elmer Ward, of Fort !member present is allowed to parti- The local high school boys won al I night.
feet the in the for this game from Canal Point 6 to 5 in a
and with a depth of three Myers, the world's youngest coun- cipate drawing prize. Included amohg the guests were
natural Ed became member of ten inning game last Thursday nighton
diorama is arranged to give a Butler a
ty judge, and Roger Shawcross. officers and directors of the corpora.
perspective that is lacking In or- R. Y. Patterson, the Clewiston mem- the Club at 'the Wednesday meet- the local diamond. A muffledfly tion who had gathered in Clewiston
ball off Bestor's bat in the 10th
dinary minatures or in photographs.The ber of the Royal Palm Council will ing. for the annual Inspection of the pro
inning allowed Moore to from
sugar house occupies a prominent also be among the scout officials Several visitors were present, including : perties of the corporation and for
second and put the high school win-
y position at the, front of the present. Dr. William J. 'Buck and H. the board of directors' meeting.. ,
'!I ners of the which was almosta
diorama; about. it are grouped rail- The banquet is given for Scouts, 'C. Acker, of Belle Glade, and Dick game The dinner was given in the spacious I
' road cane cars, a dragline and molasses Miller of West Palm Beach.GOVERNOR pitcher's duel, with Moore going
their parents and other friends of dining room of the Inn with J. I
be strong for the locals and Sears hold-
tanks. Other cars may the Boy Scout movement, and it is J. Harrington, vice-president and
to the Ing his own for the visitors. Moore ,
seen on the tracks that lead anticipated that the affair will be general manager of the corporation,
the placed 14 men on the bench by the
crane for loading and weighing well attended.A HEARSOF acting as toastmaster. The welcoming
left front strike-out route, while six of the
cane in the fields. At the most interesting program has address was given by Mayor F.
locals took their three cuts at Sears
is a pumping station located on been arranged for the evening. An D. Duff, and the response for the
that cuts DISPUTE OVER slants and sat down. Moore passed
banks of a dragline canal. address will be given by Judge guests was made by Senator AlfredH.
7 men against 4 for Sears.
through the cane fields that occupy Ward, and talks will be made by Wagg, president of the State

the center portion. of the exhibit. Mr. Kight and by Mr. Beard, who is RACE TRACK FUNDHendry At the beginning of the ninth, the Chamber of Commerce. Senator
high school leading 5 to 2.
familiar was Can-
The field itself is a the founder of the Boy Scout. move- Wagg told of the earliest days of the
the al Point brought the game to a 5-5
sight and is represented during ment in the United States. Selec- development of Clewiston; and
tie in their half and forced the
of it be-
harvest season, a portion tions on the marimbaxylophone by spoke humorously of trips he, as
still county's race track fund game Into the extra session.
ing already cut, with laborers Roger Shawgrass will provide exotic secretary of the Moore Haven and
at work and piles of cut and strippedcane dispute reached the Governor this Sunday afternoon in Pahokee a '
music for the banquet. Clewiston 'Railway, made over the
awaiting the arrival of the week, resulting in :the chief executive picked team from Clewiston bested
Advancement awards will be madeto track that was partly covered with
A touch of added wiring the board to comply with Canal Point 4-1 in a game that was
Athey wagons. members of the Clewiston troop.A. water. Senator Wagg, even in those
lism'is tractor train the special act until such time as diamond ball in its rarest form.
re the moving H. King is Scout master of the local days, visioned a city where Clewis
tractor it 'was declared tmcgnstitutional. Moore pitched the entire game let-
group which numbers 26 mem ton now stands, explaining that the
with three Athey'wagons loaded County Commissioner Ray Hull of ting up only 3 hits.
bers. geographical location makes it the '
I LaBelle immediately wired the Tuesday night the Sugar Daddies
with cane. The tractor train is operated governor ideal spot for the metropolis of the
by an electric motor concealedin stating proposition made to swamped., the Engineers 21-14. Everglades.

the diorama and moves into view Grand Jury Indicts the school board by the county to Governor Dave Sholtz, who 'was i,

through an open road in the cane give to school board first $7,500.00, Wilson Wins New the next speaker, has shown a keen--

field and passes out of sight be- Former Collector and stating that county commissioners interest. In the Everglades)section* ..,. -
:were unable to witlT law ;
-' '---'Mnd. t sugar, : house. < -- comply' Year Golf since his inauguration more than a :
before: first. TourneyPete
. Dioramas comparatively a recent On Seven CountsJ. May year ago. He expressed himself as >
The Governor's telegram in full
development in the field of art, pleased with the rapid strides madein

and came into general usage as ,a follows: Wilson won the New Years its development and the progress I

method of advertising and display I. L. Taylor, former tax collector "Until such time as any special Handicap golf tournament with a of the levee work on Lake Okeecho-

who was acquitted by the grand law with reference to the Racetrack 4-3 margin J., J.. l
during the Century of Progress last I I over Harrington In bee. The governor also dealt with :
summer. They represent such. anI jury last year on a charge of embezzling funds in your county has been the finals played on the local course the taxation problem of the state (

;; improvement over other methodsof I I' funds, was indicted on seven declared unconstitutional you are Sunday afternoon. Wilson, whose and Its effect on its Industrial devel

picturization that they have been :I counts by the grand jury which con- expected and required to comply handicap was cut from 21 to 15, shot opment.Mr. I.

: vened in LaBelle Monday for the with the law by promptly deliver- the course in 48-48 for
adopted for use by the most progres- a 96 com- Bitting was introduced by the I'
\I spring term of circuit court. Each ing to the ,county school board the pared to Harrington's 45-49
sive firms and organizations. for a 94, singing of "For He's a Jolly GoodFellow" .
j indictment covers a separate charge race track moneys in posses- with a handicap of 11.
The diorama of the cane fields i your in which the guests were t

and other property is the work of I of embezzlement, and Mr. Taylor sion. Please report what action Wilson progressed to the finals led by E. R. Fontaine. Mr. Bitting's

the Charles Plastow Studio, of Coral I will be tried separately on each. taken by your board. DAVID with victories of Hall, Hill and remarks were very short and were f r'

Gables. For a short time it was a I W. D. Bell, attorney for Mr. Taylor SHOLTZ! Governor." Land; while Harrington was winning addressed largely to. the employeesof

was granted time to enter pleasof The telegram sent by Mr. Hull in from Mrs. Duff Owen
part of the Florida exhibit at the and Shelley. th corporation. Explaining that

Century of Progress Exposition. abatement, and the trial was set I response to the governor's messagewas According to Pro Sparrow, a ringer following a similar dinner given last

Creation of the diorama of the sugar I for Tuesday, February' 27th. as follows: tornament will begin at an early year, the suggestion was made by

plantation was the conception of Dr. i Another true bill found by the I "Retel at- regular, meeting of date with a prize to be given by C. some of the employees that it be repeated

R. V. Allison, until recently -, grand jury was against Ethel Hay Board of County Commissionersheld F. Goodman to the winner. Play in this year, and that he coun-

In charge of the state 'experiment Curtus and R. E. Thagard of Clew- on February sixth 'our board this should be of great interest to tered with the "statement that "it'a

station at Belle Glade. iston for theft of an automobile. A tendered: seven thousand five hun- contestants.A up to you men whether it's repeated

Through Dr. Allison's efforts funds plea' of guilty was entered in this dred dollars of first race track funds tournament is now under way, or not", Mr. Bitting pointed to the

were raised from several sources to case. True bills were found against received in full settlement and five sponsored by the Clewiston Drug record of sugar production, which -

Boysy Perry and Wilson. Cooks, I hundred dollars from road and in which the show
pay for the artist's work on the I company, qualifying roundsare was printed on program
diorama and to place it in the Flor-I both negroes, on charges of break- I bridge fund provided Comptroller being played. Eighteen shot ing an increase in sugar production -

ida exhibit at Chicago. ing and entering. Both plead guilty. I allow transfer making total of makers have qualified to date, including last season of 24,475,000 pounds

The diorama will be on display Sentences will be passed next week, I eight thousand dollars stop School J. J. Harrington, Tom and over the previous season. He told ,.. : .

only a short time at the ClewistonInn following court trials. Board refused this offer demanding Emmett Shelley, Jay Moran, Mr. the key men "As further evidence;:.\ '
as it was brought here from the fifteen, thousand dollars ,stop Either and Mrs. Duff, Mrs. Redelsheimer, of the satisfaction of the board' of," ..' "

Cora Gables Studio especially for HOLIDAY OBSERVED Board unable to comply with this Hall, Fontaine, Hill, Barrett, George, directors in the work of :you key -

the occasion of the directors meeting .---'- law until around May first see chap- Bigg, Wilson, Bestor, Goodman and men, a sealed envelppe will be ,

and the president's dinner this The Post Office, the First Bank of ter sixteen thousand one hundredand Owen. It is hoped that others will passed out to each of you, which

week. Clewiston and the Sub-Office of the eighteen Acts of 1933 requiring enter to bring the number of play- "(Continued on page 8)

-., U. S. Engineers were closed yester- School Board determine amount necessary ers to 32.Prizes .

d CWS TEACHER RESIGNED day in observance of Washington's stop Holding race track will be given in this tourn-
Block Is
4..... Birthday, a national holiday. The funds, intact. RAY HULL, County ament according to number of Belleglade

Reul Haskew, one of the CWS Clewiston Laundry also took the day Commissioner." matches won.

teachers who had been assigned to as, a holiday. un __ -- Damaged By Fire.

begin work in the local school to relieve Stores and other places of busi- .

a crowded situation, has ac- ness operated as usual, and the hol- GOVERNMENT ENGINEERS PREPARE BRIEF BELLE GLADE, Fla., 22.-Fire. ; '
cepted a place teaching in the Tas- iday was not otherwise observed :':
which started today in the Miller
mania school in Glades county, and locally.
has withdrawn from the appointment ON LEVEE AND CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION Barber Shop following an explosionof '
a gasoline stove, damaged the en-
here. A successor has not been ,
GOLF NOTES .- tire business block before the flames
named for Clewisfon
the place. .
\ The following brief of the levee between Liberty Point and Diston i were subdued.

GOVERNOR IN NEW ROLE The lack of caddies may handi- and concrete work under construc- Island Drainage District pumphouseNo. Tu eHarris building In which the '

cap some golfers but Earl Fontaine tion in connection with the improve- This first unit of levee work barber shop was located, also was

:, .; ",: :'>: SEBRING, Feb., 23, (FNS).- !seems; to profit thereby. Being un- ment of the Caloosahatchee River was completed In September, 1933. occupied by the Klear Water Company '

:'As a gesture of Florida welcome able to obtain a caddy, Earle decided and: Lake Okeechobee Drainage The top of the completed levee hasa The Glades Beer Parlor, Grog- ,, -

", '.:.', : "' and a pleasant reminder of Sebring, to play the round with only Areas was prepared by the sub-of- crown width of 15 feet, with a gin's Drug Store, H. & H. Grocery,

'< Miss Martha Lumpkin, a pretty Flor- three clubs-brassie, spade-mashie, fice of the U. S. Engineers, locatedIn net elevation of 34 feet, the slopesare offices of Dr. Joe Simmons, and Dr.
: ida girl sunk Clewiston under date 61 lakeward, and 41 land- G. E. Parker, besides apartments oc-
: meets all trains stopping putter. When the last putt was of Feb. 14, '
in this his credit. ward with a 30 foot berm over approximately cupied by the families of Mr. Harris, .
; city and presents travelers, Earle had a neat 39 to 1934:
; half 'of this distance. Bob Householder and Otis McWorther --, ,,'..
who are mostly tourists, with a The "present lake stage, refer- .
' smile, an orange, and a postcard of The local course Is becoming more red to In the brief, Is approximately The entire levee fill has been sod- on the second floor. These were -3

1' this fair Florida city. I and more popular with out of town 15.7 ft.The ded with Bermuda grass placed on badly damaged by the fire, while
4", I! 2 foot centers. A navigation chan- the adjoining building, owned, by ; .
f Last week a passenger, also with players. The past week the follow- first construction work was

: a smile, offered to assist her. The ing from out of town were registered begun on February 15, 1932, under I; nel approximately 165 feet In width Allen Greer, was damaged by smoke

"orange blossom girl" graciously ac- for play: Mr. and Mrs. J T. Floren- contract with the McWilliams I and an average depth of 20 feet at and water. This building was oc- .

'jli;-'. ; cepted his offer. Just as the last oc- tine, Mr.' and Mrs. J. T. Dunman, R. I Dredging Company of Chicago, and the present lake stage has been excavated cupied by Mr. Greer and his fam- :l

)' cupant of the train received his Florida Dankanich, F. M. Cleveland, ,Olive New Orleans. This contract ,cov- along this section and an ily, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boles on 'll

favor someone whispered to Cleveland, E. H. Brown J. B. Norris, ered the placing of approximately auxiliary' floodway channel leading the second floor; the Grand Store ,

\'F ass Lumpkin, "I'll bet you never Jr., R. H. Anderson, J. F. Terrell, 3,300,000' cubic yards .or" material frolll the 6 foot contour south Of and L e's Dry Goods Store on

J ;thought that one day Governor J. S. Mosher, Mr.. and Mrs. G. W. in the levee fill by dragline method Rocky} Reef In LakeOkeechobee to groufid floor.Damage not ,

;, M Slioltz would help you ,greet the Lukins, 6, Y. Thonldsonand R. L. over a distance of approximately 7 (Oune ct with the navigation cbfittlle.t'\. to the buildings had

: ..11: passengers1'n Young, 1 miles In Division 1, Section1., or ,, (Continued on page 8)) =t-- 'bOen stimfttad tonight


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oral Brown and McCracken partici- Distillery Grainto

News Review of Current pated In a "secret meeting" held In a MercolizedWgx

room adjacent to Brown's Post Office Aid DairymenCattle
department office at which the coun-

Events the World Over try was divided Into: certain mall
routes and contracts were distributed

among "particular" operating com Feeders May Be Ableto

panies. Obtain Additional
The chairman declared that Brown

Devaluation of Dollar Brings Flood of Gold to America was a "heavy' stockholder" In the Supply Soon.
Pennsylvania railroad and other com-

NRA and Steel Industry-Planning for panies interested In aviation, and There will be a "new deal" In rations -

I charged that the practice of distrib- for many of the dairy cows when
Loans. young
: More Foreign uting contracts "In secret" was a viola- distillers' dried grains and brewers' Keeps Skin

tion of the law. dried grains will be available In greatly Absorb Mercohzcd blemishes Wax daily and as directed Invisible using

By EDWARD W. PICKARD Increased quantities.Both particles of asblackhea arc freed and aU
A unanimous opinion the Supreme defects such tan, freckles and
these of grains are
IN types disappear. Skin is then beautifully
EVALUATION of the dollar, and the to deal separately with employees, "asa Court of'the United States held looked upon with favor by ;fairy cat clear pores, velvety and so soft-face looks out
Wax brings
I D purchaseofgoldat$35 a fine ounce practical, proposition," neither the that all persons accused of violating tlemen. The largest ,outlet for themIs your years hidden younger.beauty.Mcrcohzed At all leading druggists.

caused a turmoil in the world's money employer nor the labor board couldbe the late national! prohibition laws and In proprietary mixed feeds for dairy Powdered Saxoliti

markets and an Immediate result was a expected to deal with "an Indefi- whose cases had not been finally ad- cattle. Considerable quantities also Reduces wrinkles and other BKITTUK ns. ""-7

great flow of gold'bullion nite number of employee representatives judicated by December 5 last, when are bought In unmixed form by dairy ply witch hazel and uso daily Saxohto as face m onion..
the eighteenth amendment was repealed -
from Europe to expressing every possible varietyof cattle feeders to be used as, protein
should he set free. The opinion
the :[United States. opinion." supplements in dairy rations.
held ,that repeal canceled the power of
The pound sterling Feeding tests with milk cows have

and the franc made SENATOR' BORAH of Idaho, carry- prosecution. shown that distillers' dried grains are
According to the Department of Jus-
gains, but not big' attack on abrogation of equal to mixtures of wheat bran, cot
tice, there were 9,570 prohibitioncases
enough to suit President the anti-trust laws by the NRA, won tonseed meal and linseed meal containing '
with about 13,000 defendants
Roosevelt and the approval of' the senate for a resolution equal amounts of protein, and Why the Sudden
pending In federal courts.
his monetary advis calling for a report from the that distillers' grains from corn are

c ers. Later both the federal trade commission on price fix- more valuable than those from rye.
reviews say that January rec-
pound and franc de- Ing by the steel companies under the TRADE retail distribution Indicate Further, distillers' grains were found Change to liquidLaxatives

N clined again, and the NRA code.. This report already has been more valuable than brewers' grains.
..- _. <..... -- that consumer buying was the largestin
confusion was made made to the President but It has not Other comparisons havo shown dis-
three Industrial production ?
.Prof. Warren greater. The French been. given to the public. The Borah years. tillers' grains superior to corn gluten
25 cent
averaged about per higher
were alarmed by the drain on their, resolution also asked for a study of feed, and brewers' grains better than
than January, 1933. Automobile fac-
gOldand expressed intense resentment Increases In gasoline prices.ONLY wheat bran.
and textile mills
tories, steel plants
against the American policy,. chargingthat Dairy cattle feeders contemplatingthe
all were expanding their productionand the
the administration was making de one representative voted purchase of one of these feeds Doctors have always recognized
calling back their workers. In of the laxative whose dose can
liberate efforts to embarrass France. when the house of representatives should be guided by the cost of a value '
many other industries the Improvement be measured, and whose action can
For the time being the administration passed on the bill to appropriate was marked.ROYALISTS pound of protein in that feed In a be thus regulated to suit individual

was prevented from driving the $950,000,000 for continuationof comparison with the cost in other need.

dollar down to its projected parity CWA and direct relief activities. available protein supplements commonly .
organizations of war The public, too, is fast returningto
points in foreign exchanges by the ris- The lone opponent was Representative used for dairy cattle. Buyers of laxatives.
young patriots, and, of the use of liquid People
ing tide of American dollars' flowing George B. Terrill of Texas, Democrat.The course, the ever active Communists, mixed feeds containing considerable have learned that a properly pre-

:' back to this country. But most of money is to be used by the fed- were doing their best to upset the government proportions of distillers' and brewers' pared liquid laxative brings a perfect

,l Its financial experts were confident eral emergency relief administration of Premier grains will find the analyses as guar movement without any discomfortat

that the 59.00 cents value 'would be for keeping up the federal dole to the anteed by the manufacturer are Indi- the time, or after.
Daladier in France,
made to prevail after a reasonabletime idle for another year and for continu- and of them cative of the feeding value. The dose of a liquid laxative can
to allow for the shakedown. As ing the Civil Works administration until hopeful of When made largely from corn, dIs- be 'varied to suit the needs of the

_. :for the; $35 an ounce for gold It is the early part of May. About 500 were even tillers' grains' as a rule contain about individual. The action can thus be
r the opinion of, Prof. George F. Warren millions Is to be used for the former overthrowing republic 32 per cent protein. The fat, or oil regulated. It forms no habit; you

t' chief deviser of the experiment purpose, it was said, and about 450 the- all Bayonnebond resultingfrom content, Is high, being about 11 per need two not later.take Nor a "double will a dose"mild liquid a dayor

;- that is under way: that the figure for the CWA.WITH scandal that cent, and the fiber content Is low, laxative irritate the kidneys.The .

t i must be raised;If prices of commodities the downfallof ranging from about 10 to 12 per cent.Distillers' .

f,- are to be put, up materially FrankE. little debate the senate caused The grains made largely from wrong cathartic may often do
harm than good.
Gannett, the Rochester newspaper the bill]] Introduced by Sen- Immediate cause of rye contain from 16 to 25 per cent more

i publisher, after a visit to the White ator Hiram Johnson of California the protein with an average of about 18 Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a
the turmoil was
!. House and talking vith both the which is designed to prevent the floating i Chi- per cent. The fat Is about 7 per cent prescription, and is perfectly safe.
T ousting of Jean based
Its laxative on sennaa
t I' President and Professor Warren, said in America of pri- EdouardDaladier appe as prefect of and the fiber about 16 per cent, although natural laxative. The bowels will
In his Rochester Times-Union that he vate loans to coun- the fiber from 12 to
t police of Paris. ,This may range not become dependent on this formof
!.._ had been convinced by those conversations tries now defaultingon Corsican politician has many powerful 18 per cent. When corn, rye and occasionally help. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsinis

"that we shall continue to past debts. Before friends and they and the opponents of other grains are combinedby at all druggists. Member N. R. A.

raise the price of gold" and that the passing It, the sena- Daladier held the premier was making the distiller, the resulting grains

i $35 figure probably would succeed, tors amended the Chlappe the scapegoat In the Bayonne have a composition lying between the

1 only In' preventing prices from slip- I : measure so that It affair. The latter's enthusiastic friends extremes for corn and rye and approach AThree Days' Cough

;; ping and could hardly be expected. to would not hamper the started a series of riotous demon'strations one or the other depending up-

raise them much. President's new and the situation became so on the proportions used. Your

i By the President's devaluation stroke scheme to grant to threatening that heavy reinforcementsof Brewers' dried grains contain from Danger SignalDon't

j a treasury deficit of $$1,900,000,000 was foreign'nations loans troops were brought Into the city 22 to 25 per cent protein. The fat con- let them get a strangle

:{ transformed overnight Into a surplus with which to buy from nearby garrisons. It was feared tent Is about 7 per cent and the fiber hold. Fight germs quickly. Creo-

r of $973,710,937. The cut in gold content ,American goods. A the police could not handle the mani- about 13 per cent. mulsion combines 7 major, helps in

1', of the, dollar produced a dollar Sen. Hiram proviso was, written In festations expected when Daladier Several other products from these one. Powerful but harmless. Pleas-

::3' profit of $2,805,512,000.87 as of February Johnson declaring that loansto should present his new ministry to and allied industries often are available ant to take. No narcotics. Your

F. 1 and a record cash balance oft' foreign defaulters could still be parliament: in the form of malt sprouts, dried own druggist is authorized to refund

: $4,434,713,155.18, pending deduction of made by government owned corpora- malt grains and yeast and vinegar your money on the spot if your
the $2,000,000,000 stabilization fund tions. as' the Soviet Russian govern- grains.
JUST cough or cold is not ,relieved by
1 The profit on the gold was paid into As It now.stands, however, the bill always denies responsibility Creomulsion. (adv.)

the general fund of the treasury, and puts In the hands of the administration for the doings of the Communist party

the new dollar value of the treasury Its most powerful weapon for with which it is Identical, so Chancellor Clover Seed Is Scarce ;

gold supply was written into the booksat forcing payment of defaulted' war' Hitler disclaims responsibility, for Other Crops Are Short, GIRL TO WOMAN

$7,018,203,925.70. The surplus did debts. No defaulting nation may float himself and the government of Germany -

not alter the official outlook for a any private loan in this country, and for the Nazi campaign of vio Producers of clover seed will meet Mrs. Hester Cason ,of
with little competition from European 2429 Wolf St, Brunswick
deficit of approximately that amount any American aiding in the Illegal lence in Austria. In neither case is Ga., said "When I was a
at the close of the current fiscal producers this year, in spite of small > :h 4 young girl growing I became -
year, flotation of a private loan to a defaulter the world deceived. But realizationof Dr.
domestic In : u rundown but
Supplies Europeare
June 30, in view of the extraordinary would be liable to five yearsIn the truth doesn't help poor Austria, crops. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
smaller than usual. The red clover :
expenditures of the President's recov jail and $10,000 in fines. and the big European powers do not soon had me feeling
fine and I developed nat-
seed crop is just two-thirds as
ery program. According to Chairman Jesse Jonesof seem inclined to interfere. When the urally. After I married I
large as last year's. Alsike seed
production to
the RFC the German Polish Hitler again relied upon it
President's plan calls treaty was signed, "
Is 30 cent below keep up my strength
per average
NTIA' and the steel Industry came for the creation of a trading bank surrendered the German claims to expectancy. I became nervous, irritable
sharp conflict, and the NRAto and the sweet clover seed crop Is one- and weary, would feel so weak. ,Three bottlesof
which will partially underwrite extension the Polish. corridor for at least ten "
fifth less than that of last year, which the Prescription was all I had to take.
a certain extent backed down. Executives of credits to foreign purchas- years. To compensate the Germans, New' size, tablets 50 cts, liquid 100.
,y of all the leading steel com- of was the smallest In ten years. Droughtand
ers American goods. The bank he appears determined to Incorporate

; t. panics met .and considered <. '" I would be entirely owned by. the govern- Austria In his National Socialist state. hot weather, which curtailed the I
"v.. :< ",,:.'",-"",... production of clover seed, helped to
i the claim of ,." '::;:,: : ment the of armed
-.r f. .' 'Y''"':' so arrangement would act If it comes to a matter conflict Tired Nervous
,' increase the yield of alfalfa seed. Al-
the national labor "" <
be may-AustrIa will be .
t ually a partial'government guar- -and It well
,::1: : A: though almost twice as large as last
: board to authority '"*,' :> .', ":" antee of payment 'to the American helpless. She ,has made an appeal to '-1

':... given by the President 1 producer. The bank would be a division the League of Nations, but Germanydoesnt year, alfalfa seed yields this year were ,:,:'w 'v..f. ..$ Wife
; ::' near normal. The Is the ,? -tJ
; carryover
to conduct elections : :
j of the RFC. The scheme is recognize the league any "

.: -, for employee i:' ,," '4 devised mainly to promote trade with longer. smallest In recent years. J? :' '
representativesVhen Russia and it is hoped the Soviet republic Prince Ernst von Starhemberg, leader < ,: ,

a "substantial" num- fi "31! will take much of our surplus of the Austrian heimwehr, the Demand for Horses hi tr ,, ", Pep I nerves

ber request that ac- : N0.. ..;/ J farm and ,industrial products.WILLIAM armed home guard, and other patriotic ( = Hwere soothed.
of horses and mules at .
Receipts .
: tion. To this that
the banished
leaders are not wholly trustful of M: :,, ">

\ .-, steel men to6k excep _. P. M'CRACKEN, who Chancellor Dollfuss' ability to with- public stock yards were 221,142 for L,&'*,.-saj'S"iiss'vn"... ,... .J in"dead?_Won tired"new youthful feel-
saSk the first eight months of 1933 as com
tlon. They Issued a secretary of commerce stand the ,Nazi attacks, and perhaps color-restful nights active days-all be-
Gen. Johnson pared with 171,587 for the same periodin she rid her system of wel-clogging
statement cause
the :
saying for aeronautics in the Hoover they doubt his good faith.' The heim that were sapping her vitality. NR Tab-
< Industry Intends "to resist all attacks" administration, and three air line officials wehr has virtually taken possession 1932. almost a 30 per cent gain. lets (Nature's Remedy-the mild safe, all-.

upon company unions and that it holds got into a Jam the Austrian Tyrol, ,where the Nazi Demand has overtaken supply says A. vegetable it for laxative-worked constipation. biliousness the transformation.Try head-
that the I... Harvey of the animal husbandry_
present plan of employee rep- with the ,senate committee ,propagandists have been especially ac achesdizry spells, ,
division. University farm St. Paul. colds:See how refreshed
complies with the
NRA. that Is Investi- tive. The guard occupied Innsbruckand you feel D' s
The statement, however, declared the gating air mail con- a commission of heimwehr, peasant Dealers are scouring the whole coun- Atal1drugglSts-'
steel try buying up all the horses and mules 25 cents. -
Industry "is wholeheartedly
co-operating tracts. All four of league and Catholic storm troop indigestion -
with the President in his ef- them were cited to appear l leaders was formed to replace the that farmers are willing to sell.]] Foals IITUMSII Quick,relief heartburn.for acid on1Y I .
forts for yearlings, and two-year olds are especially
national recovery and sub- before the senateto elected provincial government.

: scribes fully to the principle of collective show cause why Foreign ministers of Greece, Ru- In demand, and fillies bring more

bargaining as provided in section they should not be mania, Turkey and Jugoslavia com- than geldings of equal merit. The

Ft-l.i:; 7 (a) of the national recovery act"The punished for contempt. pleted their negotiations In Belgradeand 1930 census showed that 86 out of :
NRA had each 100 farms were operated entirely :fi.7 <
: given out a press McCracken practiceslaw Initialed the much discussed Bal- eXat 11 J

, statement implying that all company In Washington.The kan treaty which Is Intended to guar- with horses or mules.AgricultlITal t' DO NOT DISAPPOINT

, ; unions are dominated by employers.This others are L. H. antee territorial security to Its mem- Mr totf tuft 10 pt=:u .Acnully won twdi tnt jaf.Sraidv ..
fif": drew w p. rooa..grow anywhere,aunjr newest wneuc*
sharp criticism, and the Brittin, vice president "J' bers for ten years. Bulgaria and Al- RakingsThirty Guaranteed: Mari r_budded dormant ttodu
statement was retracted. Administrator McCracken bania A trial will COG"-"Smrfruaf/"'! "fmi.
of Northwest Air- were not represented but both
t;? Johnson and NRA states now have farm protective "'rUe N.w I..Wree CagI.,_.." c.I:
..t Counsel Donald ways; Harris M. Hansl ue, presidentof may sign the pact later. The text of P.ytoaA.fihioa,72M.rc.nfll. Della,.T.m

1' Richberg upheld the right of the Western Air Express, and Gilbert the treaty was not made public. committees.. .

ti?., labor board as stated above. They as- Glvvln, Hanshue's secretary. Mc- -
;., serted, however that the executive Meat cures better If the animal has
or- '
Cracken has been under technical arrest L. MILLS, who, whether or
der which said that representativeselected but this was vacated. OGDEN you like him Is one of the not been fed for 24 hours before killing FREE FOR TRIAL

by a majority of workers "have SEED To Introduce we mall pkt.JOO
: Chairman Black's report to the sen- most forceful leaders of the Repub- ZinflI ro lOr-

been thereby designated to represent ate showed that Brittin admitted that lican party, has often been spoken of JooaiToolors.fortostlns.lfrtampMILLS Book .

fi. all the employees," does not abridge he had removed from McCracken's office as a possible or even probable candi- At Cornell, a wheat which Is practically i, oHOUSUSE. Box Hew A, RO5 HILL.fir.

: the rights of labor minorities to conduct and destroyed subpoenaed correspondence date for the G. O. P. Presidential nom- Identical with the wild wheatof

t negotiations with employers. ; and also that Glvvln. on ination In 1930. But the New Yorker Palestine has been made by cross-

It was Indicated unofficially that order from Hanshue, had removed con- has now removed himself from that Ing a cultivated wheat with a durum ITCHING '
this reference was made to type.
prevent fidential papers recovered by the category. While In California to see
". either side from claiming election .
t Herbert Hoover and others, Mr. Mills Wherever it occurs and whatever
t unrepresentative because Its adherents Senator Black also told the senate Cotton growers in North Carolina
,I stayed away from the polls. The NRA that testimony before the committee told the press "I most certainly haveno will receive an average of $11.15 an the cause, relieve it at once withResinoI
Intention of becoming a candidateNor
statement said that while selection of showed post office contracts had been I acre for withholding land from production
will T mix In local or factional
I majority representatives does not, restrict awarded "colluslvely and fraudulently" In 1034, say state college specialists.
legal rights of smaller groups and that former Postmaster Gen- politics. I "


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Soviet authorltlecd _f --,:
, -- -- a scheme to"populate"tbe S1. RADIO SET
TINY living

Queen Anne's Lace of Russia experiments with Australian in emus.this dIrection Preliminary :-" b.-which_, fIe,1tnly Corbertaldo, haS a Certificate th set, with as.

: I I were begun under the first five- tions, Is the sniis radio Bta-
year plan and they are now said to will fit comfortably itf world- It

be satisfactory the emu having and the nut is not a coconut' ''fl-
shown that it can withstand the cold

r\{ By Frances Parkinson Keyes winters of Russia as far north as '

j Moscow. The official report of the Smooth Off Ugly

. :: :: new"scheme points out that the emu

#(" ,'Frances Parkinson Keyes WNTJ Service. is a bird, with edible flesh and that Freckles, Blackheads

its eggs contain from GOO to 700

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moment, however It Is Intendednot
f SYNOPSIS "1 think the little flat will be won are married? I don't see how my fame to eat the eggs, but to use them to skin is an inexpensive, quicker
way beauty-a that has
;'f '. derful. I love_ mission furniture and ily' Is going to get along without what for hatching and special incubators been tested and trusted way by women,

i!:.; Disappointed, through her inability to put brass beds. I'm earning," she faltered. have been constructed. for over a generation :: j/ '.;;};.
1:::.':.. finishing touches to her costume for a dance, "What do you think? Mr. and Mrs. Neal did some swift calculating. His You can whiten, clear ';1..it: (..., < x
' Anne Chamberlain is irritated by the stolidity Your local dealer carries Ferry'sPure and freshen your completion ;:"" >
Goldenburg have Invited to to contribution the
L me to of his
: go expenses
:\ of her escort, George Hildreth. A visitor in : remove all aira..;>
Ir"1 New York with them I Mr. Golden own family had been dollars Bred Vegetable Seeds. Now of
the community, Neal Conrad young lawyer, is seventy-five trace blackheads, d' .:f
i to be the "sensation" of the evening, and Hil burg takes a trip every year at this a month nine hundred dollars a only 5 cents a package. Adv. freckles, coarseness in z.. ';
I';" dreth, Anne's suitor is vaguely jealous. Con- ten davs or less. Just :-; ;}
:+. time to buy his fall stock, and he's year. If he added this burden of '
: rad is impressed by Anne, readily perceiving apply Nadinola Bleach ;
i.M.. her fine character. He invites her to accompany going to help me. make'' my money goa Anne's to his own they were going to Precious VolumeA ing Cream: at bedtime \Z'i&; i:?f .' 'oX.
: -
I r" :,.. him and his hostess, Mrs. Griffin, on a long way In getting my trousseau be a good deal straitened in conse- cook: book: contains the em- tonight. No mnssa"I..." ::\;....>.
, "' picnic the following Sunday. Anne accepts, We're leaving Monday, so send your quence; but that as he saw It, was balmed records of endless delight.To ing no rubbing "Nad- '\H.( 'v';";"<
's. Anne though, dipping aware into she is scanty being savings"unconventional.buys suit next letter to me at the Waldorf Astoria what he ought -to do. They were In inola; speeds Nature ;:'if.r. :...". it
purging tan and' "
away f '
,r"' able "finery" for the trip from an old friend, hotel New York city. 1 think the same boat as far as their' de; keep clean and healthy take Dr. freckles, blackheads, "'f",:'.: "" ''"

t/ Mr. Goldenburg. The picnic is a red-letter day we'll be gone a whole week. I simply pendents were concerned ; and he In: PIerce's Pleasant Pellets. They regulate muddy sallow, color. You see day-
Ii for Anne. At the end of the day Neal declares liver, bowels and stomach.Adv.
't* his love. Anne has no doubt .of her feelings, can't believe It's true. Next to' getting tended to do the rowing. by-day improvement until your skin
is all
" : and they become engaged.CHAPTER engaged to you, it's the'most wonder. "You've been earning ten dollars' Naturally satin-smooth you ,long lovely.for; creamy-white Get a large,

'ftt. ful thing that ever happened to me. week?" box of ''NADINOLA only 50c. No
Many a man "something worth
"George feels terribly. He hardly "Yes." long 'waiting, no disappointments;
IV-Continued being conceited about-and he Is. money-back .
:tl .' looks at me when I meet him and be "How many weeks are there in the guarantee.WheF'a

He -10t' won't speak: to me at all. But Roy ''school year?" I .
got up suddenly, and stood with '
and his mother have been "
,: awfully "Thirty-eight.
his hands on the back of his chair facing
them. kind. "Three hundred and eighty dollars-

"Look here "I wish I could write letters like well we'll manage to find that much
he said abruptly; almost
::: violently. "I've had .a long drive, yours. Of course 1 can't. But just some way. Don't you worry.."

.' and I'm tired. I'm going to bed. But the same, you know how much I love "You mean you'll send it?"

, I'll tell you this much, and then we you, and that I'm wishing all the same "Of' course-why,' Anne, darling,
f;: )r o' won't discuss the subject again I'll things that you are wishing. and don't take it that .way-,"

7:, ", 1 continue my .usual subscription to this counting the' days, too For she was crying-shedding glad

'f -,' t household lust as long as decent "With a heartful of love tears that sprang from a heart overflowing -
you're -
r'.. ..
to "ANNE. with gratitude and adoration.
Anne. Not a second longer. It
\: may not beery aristocratic to bar- Mr.. Goldenburg went through his "There, there-why, it isn't any

,, ,, gain, but I notice that none of the old stock, and found appropriate wed thing at all-I'll be earning ,so much a ;
.;' \ rest of you seem to want to work, and ding raiment for Mr., and Mrs. ,Chamberlain few years from now that I shan't even ,
f 'I don't believe you want to go hun' Sol and Sam. He let them notice it. Then I'll pay off the mort

1; ;: gry. You better think it 'over." have these'on credit, though no 'one gage on the farm, and your father can ; !

h :'. There was no hint of this battle, knew better than he the state of Mr. get a fresh, start and-now, Anne ."

:y ., "'. however,' or of his own victory, when Chamberlain's finances. (TO BE CONTINUED.) :

J.1.: "- .. he wrote. to Anne.. ; .After the ,invjtation} to go to New

hp',': "Dearest-darling-sweetheart-" it York was extended by Mrs. Golden Original ,"Blue Streak," :
began. burg Anne awake' all trembling
: lay night, -
{ or Sharp-Shinned HawkThe
:>'::1i '. "I can't find any. name lovely enough with excitement and when they :
t:'. .:c and loving enough to tell you how I were actually on their'' way, they all origin of the expression "goinga J
t5' ,;J ,; feel about you. three put their heads together and blue streak" is hazy but for a practical

f"I:.. miss you' so terribly that I'm doing made a list of her household needs. demonstration of what the term
.: implies, the sharp-shinned hawk, or When CbilcWon't
'; 'everything I can to shorten our "Oh, Mr. Goldenburg; I'll never be a Study .;

:\ '- : separation. I've found a little home able to buy all that with three hundred little blue darter can give it. Whenhe 'y

,.', ; ':: for us. It's very small-just' a living dollars- know that's all I spies a broiler, quail or other care- "Kept after school And it isn't Here's a boy who gets good marks ,' ':
; ;," you less feathered luncheon wandering far the child's fault, or the teacher's.His has time and energy for play. He is :"
room, bedroom, bathroom and kitchen have left." "Yes vill I '
,' you pay! ill hardly has muchas }:4
I from shelter this real chicken hawk mother is to blame. How can a never ever so .
. ) /_ but we could manage in that for: this tear you'll see. An' I'm goin' to speak can give'a good Imitation of Capt. boy get his lessons when his senses a cold. When he does show any "'- '

.''_' winter, couldn't we? The 'furniture's ._."..."........""' """""- ,..,,..'" .,,,, r,,,,,,I.."..11I Malcolm' Campbell's Blue Bird-but are dulled day after day by dosing symptoms of being sluggish his '
rather 'awful-mission mother knows just what to do. She '
oak in
ol(:f't N. :. .... .. room and a brass bed, and the so living on. I III II f?' i II II IIIIII I with a square meal In view, not for with sickening purgatives? Whena gives him a little California Syrupof ;

;' .' but I don't mind if don't. the purpose of setting world speed child's bowels are stagnant they Figs-and that is all. It's a

1- you records. need help, of course. But not some natural l. fruity laxative that is
"I've been
. "' a stationer's, and asked One of the speediest hawks, the drastic drug to upset the stomach, agreeable to take, and its gentle
rrpi.'- him to send you some samples of wed sharp-shinned Is also regarded by au- perhaps Aveaken the entire system; laxative action comes from senna.. r ti.:

ding Invitations. I thought perhaps thorities "as one of the most destruc- or form: the laxative habit. On > g 1 A, Parents are urged to use just .:;t,.

i-,".; it would be easier-for me to attend to tive tQ poultry game and other beneficial the right, parents will find a \ .C pure California 'California'. -, ,;

\ that than for you. Write me which ."birds. Although measuring but happy solution of this problem: w-c?MM Be sure bottle says :-'{I1

_," you like best, and a list of your friends. 10 to 12 Inches in length, with a wing ;.

; whom' you want to Invite and I'll have spread of 'about'' 22 inches, this little I

the cards addressed,and sent out from blue darter, says a publication of the
L Loganberry In His Line :1' I
:i' -
here. United States Department'of Agriculture
J. \ "Do The, first loganberry was producedby "Ilow'd she happen to catch that :
you think: you can manage aI" "is very partial to chickens and :
;' Judge J; Th Logan in 1SS1, who baseball pitcher?"
; ." church wedding? And is there a often almost exterminates'early._ .

; A':.:"I, .. ,. church parlor or something of the sort broods which .are allowed to run at experimented with fruits as a hobbyIn "Oh, I suppose' he admired her' :
": in which we could have a reception large. No birds, from the size.of. .. California.; curves. ,
: \ ...
',-' afterwards? Of course my family and doves, robins and flickers to the

';' some of my friends will want to come smallest warblers and titmice, are

..K.--, : up, and I realize how little room there safe from Its attacks." "

-T: ;' Is in your house? But do just as you The !More Game Birds foundation, REMEMBER THIS :CROSS ,

}. t.. think best. I've asked Roy to be my an organization of nationally known

: best man. I think that's only fair II A business men and sportsmen puts the
"> It Means the REAL ARTICLE
""'1 considering that be- Introduced us. My sharp-shinned hawk as the leading
;"_ brother Arthur would like to assist in wild life gangster.. In its booklet

h-,' the marriage ceremony, and I should "More Game Birds by Controlling
':',', like to have him. If that would be Their Natural Enemies," the 'foundation
fi'y{' -- declares: "The sharp-shinned GENUINE A Of BayerManufacture
agreeable to ER
your own minister and to I "I'll Continue' Usual _
" 1 hawk Is second In Its destructive hab- '
<;, :. you. And of course I want George This Household Just ASPIRIN .:
as Longas .
/.;'; Hildreth to be one of the ushers. its only to the Cooper's hawk and goshawk :
You Are Decent to Anne.
('" ". I "I want you to have your ring to wear I. as a game bird enemy and

ti, right away, so I'm to should be controlled at all' times."
going forgo the joy to some of my plzness frents apout l

. -'"',.;';...," of putting It on myself. It started to, you. 'One In de caterin plzness, he'll When you go to buy aspirin, Remember this for your own

':". you by express this morning. I know send you up a nice little lunch by ex Metal Plating Secrets just remember this: Every protection. Tell your friends

'.-: ." my mother is sending you something, press, one florist, ve'll talk to him of Egypt Are Revealed tablet of real aspirin of about it for

too, with a letter welcoming you into apout,de decorations foi de church." Bayer manufacture is
Some of the secrets of metal plat-
.' the family. The visit to New York was one of rap stamped with this cross. No Demand
Ing as practiced In than .
. '. Egypt; more
"I wish I
" kiss you tonight, ture from the beginning to the end of 4,000 years ago have been revealed tablet without this cross is get
over and over again, as I did that time the five days that It lasted. Anne had
GENUINE Aspirin. Bayer
by in Bayer
), down by the rosebush study of a small copper kettle
and feel in
you never been In a hotel before-had 1 the l
Metropolitan Museum of
jj'' my arms. But I will before long. And never seen an elevator a menu card, "Popular Mechanics Magazine.Art" says The Genuine Bayer Aspirin Does Not Harm the Heart :

meanwhile you know that I love you a bell-boy or twin\ beds; she had never kettle?: and an accompanying basin, MEMBER N.R.A, 'I

with all my heart and soul and thatI ridden in a subway or attended a playin made ;about 2500 B. 0., are regarded.

am counting the days that must go a theater. She made mental notes by, n .
J professor of Columbia university Up in the Air Remember This

by before you are my wife. of everything, gleaning fresh bits of as the earliest examples of chemically "Why -are you heading for these Only a little more effort Is required :

Anne wrote back: "NEAL. knowledge from each new experience. ,applied metal plating. dark clouds to become a success than Is ::I"

"Dearest Neal : The How much this trip was doing to prepare While cleaning the kettle smooth "Clouds are our' tunnels. We have needed merely to hold' a job.-Ix>3' ,.
ring came this her for the still more wonderful 1 patches like sliver were found among aboard the plane." Angeles Times. "
morning and fits perfectly. I honeymooners .
put' it one to Washington with Neall He rougher areas of a typical old copper -.1"
on right away, and have It '
on now. was not going to find her Ignorant, color. Tests established that the base ,,
Of course It's the most beautiful ]
: thing after all, of all the niceties of life metal of both kettle and basin was
t I ever saw In my life. which he knew as she had feared. copper and that the silvery platingwas Make this lip test
"Your mother's letter came, too, and ; t
a lovely brooch which she said had The Goldenburgs had lost a daughter, a thin coat of metallic antimony
Rachel who would have been Just with a small amount of Iron as Im/1 4
longed to
your great grandmother, and
which she had kept for your wife ever Anne's age if she had lived Mrs. purity. LOOK at then: and your cheeks, too, without
Goldenburg finally confided this The principle Involved In application k the natural of
r since you were a little boy. I to < :*' Do, they possess glow "
on, too, though It looks put that Anne, her beady eyes brimming her Is actually electrolytic, but may health, which comes from a sufficiency of rich, red < .:\

'= ,_ my percale dress. I strange with plump hands twitching; and Anne In have been accidentally discovered and t blood? If they do, make-_ p is simple if they don't ;>' ,

e 4 It. It's suppose you'veseen turn confided It to Neal when after a applied. The professor says there iso ;;, read on you may; find one of the reasons why your -:::,
beautiful too but of weeks' absence he reason to believe that pickling baths ti" skin Is not clear and rosy. ,'y ,,
three returned -'
course 1 like t
i the ring best. I was West Hamstead, and stood containing vinegar and salt were used You cannot have red lips, rosy cheeks, energy and .:-f:
very much surprised that your mother amazed at by the ancients for cleaning bronzes U' 4. .. < cheerfulness if your blood is in a run-down condition. "

should give me a present.. It was all that had been accomplished whilehe after discoloration from heating, and Lack of hemo-glo-bIn, the red coloring of the blood, 4'

,..,' awfully kind of her. was gone. the addition of antimony and contact may also indicate a weakened condition of the body :.

"I've chosen the sample for a wed "So they're doing all this for me In with Iron may have been accidental at loss of strength poor appetite. '
", ;ins':: ding Invitation that I like best and I'm her memory Just think of It." first Intentionally S.S.S..is not just a so-called tonic but a tonic spe-
'; was repeated
:. sending you a list of my friends'names. "I believe they're doing It partly In when the results observed. cially designed to stimulate gastric secretions, and also ,)-

: :' I shouldn't have known I'i' her memory, but largely because they That antimony were available In an ;a{; having the mineral elements so very, very necessary in
i ought to do this if you hadn't told me love and admire you. The Jewish was ? restoring a low hemo-glo-bin content. If your condition -
-- about It. There clent Egypt is proved by the antimony ,.< suggests a blood tonic of this kind, try S.S.S. .j
I never has been appreciates qualities ---f
a wed race like
I yours. sulphide found In the eyebrow paint : Unless case is exceptional, you should soon notice J
ding In the little church I your
but shan't
here But anyway, forget. : -
we PerhapsI
used by Egyptian women. Two meth- 4 color and skin ,
'; ; ,L: ,< a pick-up your appetite. your ?
; can have ours there, If wish. do them -
you Mr. a good turn
some day.
-." ods of application of antimony plat should improve with increased strength. -
i ::: to Halns have! our minister would be pleased "Neal'. -would you mind very' much Ing have been found, each requiring %, S.S.S. is sold by all drug stores in two sizes the

;; In the your brother Arthur take part -do you suppose It would be possiblefor only raw materials known to have larger is more economical. The S.S.S. Co.

ceremony. me to keep on teaching after we been available In Egypt.

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The Clewiston News .he ministrations of the beauty par-I cal solution to the problem. The If you have any children yourself, Department, Sheriff H. L. Delaney, :.\... : ,

) lor attendants. II navigation channel is being provided or If you ever expect to have any, has made a thorough survey of the : .< I

Published every Friday in Clewiston, Having no one at home with as part of the federal project now or even if :you just know someone county auto license situation and reports :.> '..

Florida, by the CLEWISTON :NEW .whom to leave her child, a victimof well under way, but it will not be who has children, we hope you will that at least fifty foreign licenses :i. :::

Inc. :" whooping cough, the woman took of sufficient width and depth ac- read the editorial "Murdered In have been seized and the !'i';>'

< j him with her down town. She left cording to present plans to accomo- Cold Blood!", which we are reprint- owners notified to purchase Florida ." { '_ e
Keathley Bold" Editor him ride the elevator for amuse- date large vessels. ing from the Melbourne Times. It 1934 tags at once. \ ...: ,.'t'..;:' .

-- .-**.** ment while she catered to her vanity. : The Fort Myers paper In discus- deals with the careless parent, who According to the Sheriff, at least _:::!:; :i'

red as second class mail mat- In that elevator the golden-haired sing the waterway says: trails all over the country with a as many more have voluntarily come I' ;::;"-: : .c.

F baby was being taken to have his The only route which hasn't been child suffering from a communicable in and purchased Florida tags after -'
..er" February 1, 1927, at the Post wTho.
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under birthday picture taken. The baby eliminated is the one which is now disease, specifically whooping- (Continued on page 8)) ''':'

had never been strong. His resist- cough, heartlessly exposing any ,.
being dug from Atlantic to Gulf via : '
.the Act of March 3, 1897. I ]
whom --
ance was low. The whooping' cough Lake Okeechobee and the Caloosa- they may contact to the same NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR '

germs had impregnated the air of hatchee. Its chances of eventually disease. It is a fearlessly written TAX DEED :ij

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. that elevator, and they lodged In the becoming a deep water canal are accusation that will find a wholehearted ,, ."

Advertising rates on application.. throat and chest of the baby. When brighter because it has all the es- and fervant Amen from every NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, f

the disease developed the little fellow sential advantages claimed for oth- ] mother and every physician who That FOSTER MEREDITH, holderof

l was not able to stand its ray er projects and long ago passed the reads it. We hope no editor's shears Tax Certificate No. 803, 7th day '
Devoted to the advancement and ages. He died, victim of the das hurdle of feasibility on which proposed -! miss it, for it is deserving of being of July, A. D. 1930, has filed said '' s :' t

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry tardly creature who was willing to routes to the north of' us reprinted In every paper in the state. certificate in my office and made (

County. sponsor death itself for the sake ofa have stranded.As It points an accusing finger at a cer- application for tax deed to issue -,
accordance with
curl to her hair! tain mother in Melbourne, who thereon in law. t-
matters stand conceiv embraces the following -
every Said certificate :
The state will not cause her ar through indifference to the risk to +. 1 I
of Mrs. Hortense able cross-state canal north of the I described property situated a
others, caused the death of innocent -
rest. She will not be taken beforea J
J{. Wells, Claude Pepper and Caloosahatchee has been officially in Hendry County, Florida, towitrLot -:-
court of justice and receive the child. Every communit 4 Block 156 Clewiston.The .
Charles Mitchell are pepping thrace e branded by government as imprac .
punishment she deserves. A Solo has mothers equally as indifferent, assessment of said property '? ,.' .,
tical. ; "
This one is under construe 'v .
for Congressman. Oh yes, and mon would perhaps send germ-car- and if the editorial will cause a few under the said certificate issued ;' T ;;" -
tion as a flood control project, with > ;
John Page Jones. rying child to leave death for her of them to stop and consider their was In the name of C. C. Klutts. <

own small son. But in this day ol its navigation features secondary. own guilt, it will be of value to the Unless said certificate shall be re "'- (::"

On the same day two of' A. At- alleged civilization we let people When present operations are com childhood of the entire state. according to law, tax deed ::..

water Kent's estates, one in Maine send disease and death into public pleted it will be, navigable from At ... ... will issue thereon on the 12th day :I.,1I'J'deemed ::...

lantic to Gulf but it will not be ade of March, A. D. 1934. : : ;. '
and in Florida damaged Not to be outdone the .
one were places, and then when the small cas by engineers
quate for ocean going vessels. An Dated this 9th day of Feb. A. D. :, :: (
-one by ice and the other by fire ket is carried out of a stricken homewe and the sugar company folks, ; {

It's easy to guess that the fire wasn'tin lay it to the hand of God-l\Iel-! opportunity now presents itself for the Boy Scouts have arranged for a 1934. :
Maine. bourne Times. expanding this project to the statusof little distinguished visitor business WILLIAM T. HULL, :.I ;

a ship canal. Because there are themselves,-the honor guest being (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court, :. ; -

now no conflicting interests the Hendry County, Florida. : : j
none other than Daniel ,
Carter Beard
One drunken driver will not
delegation at Washingtoncan
Feb. 9, 1934-5t '
himself. "Uncle Dan" >
any more children in Miami as the Scouts .
get together on the South Florida
and his 30 year sentence should slow familiarly call him, is the founder ;
The United States Sugar Corporation route and strive to put it over of
the C.
movement in the
up other reckless motorists, opines I NOTICE OF APPLICATIQFOR
as the only remaining of :
at Clewiston is hopeful that i it United States and .
thousands of
the Miami Herald. If only he isn't TAX DEED '
getting anything at all in this line.
will grind more tonnage this season would be
pardoned by Christmas. troops puffed up with pride / ./
than It did a year ago when more This is the opportunity which Con if they rated a visit from this beloved NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, f ft-'

than 71 million pounds of raw sugar gressman Peterson has been antic character. Mr. Beard is spending That Mrs. M. D. Royals, holder of .1fF{{ '
The Clewiston people picked the left the pating. As long as other routes in : .
Everglades.Few this month in Florida as the Tax Certificate No. 958 of the 7th '
right fellow when the enlisted Governor his district were under consideration of A. D. 1931 has filed .!r I
day Sept.
persons contemplate the ramifications guest of Barron Collier, and is visiting c
Sholtz to get more sugar for he was in no position to certificate in office
of this industry, what if| play each of the troops in the Royal said my and

Florida, says the Fort Myers News- means to commercial life in Palm favorites. The same was true of Palm Council. The local scouts are made application for tax deed to issue ; '

Press, which believes that Our Beach The other congressmen and both sen- thereon in accordance with law.
county. corporation employs arranging a banquet in his honor -
Dave generally gets what he goes ators. But now that it boils downto Said certificate embraces the following -
more than 3,500 In which

persons. is. being held at the Inn to- j
after. Even the governor's former the main, that means it is payingfor this or nothing they can all go to I night. described property situated in "
Hendry County, Florida, to-wit: '
political opponents will agree the livelihood of that many fam bat for all they are worth. Congressman I Lot 14 Block 409 Clewiston.

unanimously that he Is continuallyworking ilies. That, however, is the minimum Peterson, we hear, is al- assessment. said property r

for those things that mean of persons it supports throughits ready getting things lined up. He LaBelle under the said certificate issued was -1 1

progress and development for all of activities; and if one considersbut will have the enthusiastic support In: the name of F. E. Hogben. Unless -

the state's industries. two persons to the family, the |I of Congressman Wilcox, whose disj said certificate shall be re- '

money that comes in from growing' I j trict includes the East Coast end of News Items deemed according to law, tax deed % =

Young Democrats of the state sugar Is responsible for the livelihood the canal, and of Congressman Sears will issue thereon on the 19th day 1

seem to be causing the old guard a of 'a good many thousands. I who is a veteran backer of the Cal- of March, A. D. 1934. Dated this

sort of these oosahatchee 16th day of February, A. D. 1934.
worry days. Even pol That is but one feature of the Everglades project and is now CHOOSE CAST FOR SENIORs
itical parties worth freed of divided ,
are getting anew a allegiance to
empire. Alfred H. Wagg, PLAY TO BE GIVEN MAR. 23 Clerk Circuit Court
deal once in a while, says the president of the Florida State Chart Jacksonville connections. Both Senators By Inez Magill, Deputy Clerk.

Cocoa Tribune. This is a youngmtin's ber of Commerce, declares that the can also give it their energetic After some delay caused by the (SEAL) By INEZ MAGILL, j

age. The strain and stress o f Everglades industries, mainly of an support and we have no doubt absence of play books the cast for Deputy Clerk. .

the last few years is telling on older, agricultural nature are responsible they will proceed at once to do so....- the senior play, "Happy Valley" was No. 11C Feb. 16, 23, Mch. 2, 9, 16. '

and perhaps wiser, heads, and they for the creation in crops annually Fort Myers News-Press. chosen this week. The play Is to be I

are seeking to place responsibilityon of from six to seven million dot 1. presented in the grammar ,school auditorium -
young shoulders. President o lars. -
March 23, under the direction -
the Stetson Board of Directors, who You may have puzzled how the .:N.N:NON:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:M/N'N. :N:11:N:N.NL.:NIN. :N/N. :N:1 of George Wood. TAX DEED

Is John B. Stetson, Jr., said in speak filling station man In Belle Gladethe CAST OF CHARACTERSPolly
the selection of a successoto in Pahokee druggist RAMBLINGS. Camp (the who
grocer the girl made a that Foster Meredith, holder of

Lincoln B."Hulley, "he must 'b e In Clewiston, keeps In business. But mistake) Carrie Eunice Rider. Tax Certificate No. 916 of the 7th -

a young man. he draws his patronage from those Pete, ,(the crooked boy), Jack day of Sept., A. D. 1931, has filed M
persons who earn these new mil- .:N:N:N:H N 1.:N:N:M:N:N N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:. Lewis. said certificate in my office and .

YOUTHFUL MATURITY lions. These. workers are responsible By George! There's nothing like Jim Camp, (the crooked one), made application for tax deed to issue =;; :

for living scales Harry Anderson. thereon in accordance with law. ,. :
running to having distinguished
visitors if
A high school midyear graduatingclass high figures Charlie Burt the Said certificate embraces the follow- -, .
with the eventuality you're looking for a stimulus forgetting ( boy who was
was given described
some good situated in
advice by property
that all of ) Leo Thomas.

sorry ,
new money filters ; place slicked sip
? You
the speaker. He told them "the re Hendry County, Florida, to-wit:
through; to the contigous territory member when Rose Steel, (the girl who was
achievement of company coming Lots 16-17-18-19 Block 167
maturity and the development ;
of touching: Fort Pierce on the north meant a housecleaning all the way saved), Dorothy Hill. Clewiston. .
main purposes of life.It were have the and Miami on the south, with WestPalm 'from the attic down or' the basement Harry Steel, (the country boy), The assessment of said property '

been a new idea to may of Beach the central town and up--well, it has the same effect on Reason Hampton. under the said certificate'issued was
some them
that the nearest. towns, when there are a large Malinda Steel, (the suspicious in the name of F. E. Hogben.. Unless
maturity is groupof .
an achievement, not Certanly here is a matter for the folks interested in the one), Margaret Jones. said certificate shall be redeemed r ;
merely a matter of same dis .
growing older.Maturity growing up by people of West Palm Beach to ponder tinguished visitors. Sara, (who couldn't be driven), according to law, tax deed will issue '' i.. '

to think about, to Nancy Stewart. thereon on the 19th day of March,
has been achieved by in encourage And if you don't think it's a strains n A. D. 1934. Dated this 16th day of -

anyone, the speaker pointed out, every possible manner. It mea having the chief of staff and the February, A. D. 1934..:
each CWA
six TO LAY
year or OFFFORTY
seven million
who has "acquired" a proper respect -, board of army engineers one week WILLIAM T. HULL, rr

for time and responsibility that will trickle through theills and the board of directors and otherhigh'falutin' PERCENTIn Clerk Circuit Court. '

of stores somewhere. If it can (SEAL) By Inez Magill
a sense of proportion between work folks the net, you Deputy
come here it a telegram from
seemingly Tallahasseethis
would be Clerk.
and play just haven't
; a determination to face kept your weather
life's situations fairly and good: business to encourage that open. And we'll bet the cooks eye week the Hendry County Civi No. 12C-Feb. 16, 23, Mch. 2, 9., 16.
squarely on '
; drift. It would 'V rks office
be received
no more than instruction
faith in the future the 'Welatka and the
; an optimistic ones at the
friendly otherwise.-Palm to dismiss forty percent of its

,1.;: titude rather, and than skeptical, fearful at- Times. it's Inn over.are saying they're darned glad at once. crew ........................................................................................ 1
a recognition of the ines- They had to feed 'em, you
According to C. .C. House, local
timable know.
value of one's own personal But down in their hearts -
CORRECTIONIn CWA supervisor, this will not af
integrity.It they -
enjoyed it-
we all live on excitement :-

is quite possible that when the the ,editorial "It's The more or less.We'd feet the work on the local project:
Teachers since Good FarmLand
I there
speaker himself are a cer aln'number o f =
' was graduating Pay" which
appeared in this recommend the method to man-hours to be used and the .

from high school he and his con- column last week, the News erred Instating other towns that are in need of a little work will go until the up terms of the
temporaries ?
were much farther from that the special law referred slicking up. Invite the governor project are completed.

such maturity than are high school to was based on population. and a few other distinguished r -
folks, A crew of 32
men assisted
:t\. pupils of today. One of the things wording of the law refers to "Hen-. and then when they accept start getting trucks will continue work on by Stat sis

surprised observers have noted dry County." We regret that we i ready for them. Why, our road 164 which

of lately in young people is their sense were misinformed on this subject. levee has been smoothed out, no of the according State Road to Department announcement for Rent _
responsibility and their -
eagerness end,all the little
on is to be paved this
to face life's
situations year
squarelyas THE the
LAST CHANCE: machinery shined, up fit to kill, 4
their elders will let them. Kenosha
-and the
sugar mill and other
(Wis.) Evening News. Speaking pro LOCAL CAGERS AGAIN '
the '
cross-state perty.-Well the
the Fort canal; grass was cut, the FLATTEN MOORE HAVE? : A-
Myers News-Press shrubs trimmed :
says the the signs were
getting the painted fresh
water-way I and everything else For the second time this season I
seem brighter than ever. This in that just gets done c
every once in awhile LaBelle stepped out ahead
The golden-haired of Moor
little the face
boy died the
announcement that was all done at one time and Haven for the TrespassersWill
a few non-conferenc -
days ago. His body was not the President had rejected the effect made z .
proposal all
us real proud of: win of this
robust enough to stand the ravages to build the canal as a PWA ourselves. season. Be 't ': ''
project -
of whooping cough. The According to some of the player
1 doctors did because the estimated shipping *
all they could. all was not serene in this game, La-
They which
try the ProsecutedThe
now to canal
would serve was all the same principle I. Belle I II
as throwing being
penalized 20
bring some comfort to the out of times to I
grieving proportion
<'. with the cost of a party once in a while. three '
It is I.It's fouls called Moore I
on Have
parents :
telling them that if the project.
the The
canal route under good for the I
I'; child had lived he would have gone consideration would have been the housekeeping morale, as well as for but the final score, which is what ,

through life partially disabled be through the really talks', was LaBelle 15, Moon I lib.......... .
northern part of the Haven JIIIIIIIi""'" ., j
11 William Doub i '
: cause of the damage that wracking state, with the eastern terminus at And haven't was 'I ( j ji
I been
you more than score
man with
cough had done six points .
to his delicate lungs Jacksonville.
The little routes in _the I thankful lately that you live in FlorI credit. higli'l
boy died from what northern part of the ida?
state "The
were given : worst blizzard since The i .
they call a "child's disease." first ; girls failed to keep up !
His and chief
2 ,- parents may accept that verdict. consideration be1888x, said a headline, and a few end in the fighting and the Lak I .'
But cause of the
obviously greater days ',
saying previously, "New York 1
, e crew took them for
those who know the circumstancesay ;a
In mileage .4ft
to be effected. periences coldest "
in 20-15 ClewistonCompany
that the child day history. It[ ride.
:""1- was murdered The News-Press refers, however, made us want to build a fire, Just to ,; :
murdered to give a woman an afternoon to the possibility that the ossread of it. We
at cr don't often stop to; FIFTY I<'OHEIGTAGS 'r.1t.J
a beauty parlor!
'' Assassinated state water via I
way, Lake Okeec count -
ho- simI '
, our blessings the
by another little child ,
who wa bee, may be enlarged to pie of ,.
serve oceangoing one our geographical location : j
, left by his mother to ,
play about i '
t.' the store where she .1 steamers. Certainly to the< but it's a most important one, just Following the Instructions of Governor il'U
t- enjoyin layman, that seems_ a most econo mi the same. ;'. Sholtz and the State License '11IIII..........................................................................--!.,r... "; d




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Miss Evelyn Davis, of Winter Haven you a recipe ,once In a while, the

1 and Mrs. M. E. Crosby, of Lake- only difference being that the Princesses -

I Personal Mention land, spent Monday and Tuesday (Eattc( tntyy tbe labe5 \ are usually exotic sounding

here visiting friends and relatives. affairs that are painfully out of

reach of government mens' pocket-

Walter Gravely spent the weekend Miss Edwina Parkinson, of Washington books, whereas mine are easy on the

visiting in Lakeland. accompanied by Miss Bertha SMarjorie CB. Wallace __ budget. Here's fifteen cent cake

Gram, of Moore Haven, spent a short (Continued on page 8)

, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare spent time in Clewiston Tuesday en-

Saturday in West Palm Beach .route to Miami. "The tumult and the shouting) "your What-JBut by the time we

; dies; the Captains and the Kings de- reached an understanding and were IX CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH
\ .. J. Buck and H. C. Acker, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA -
I part. having a lovely time running up one
Mr. and, Mrs. C. F. Vaughn spent IN AND FOR HENDRY
Thursday in West Palm Beach. of Belle Glade, were visitors in Clew- And when the man ,comes home I side and down the other of every COUNTY; IN CHANCERY.

iston Wednesday evening, and were all of a twitter and saith, "Have I caterpiller and; katydid along the I
guests at the Kiwanis meeting heldat road. Mainly my reason for the GLAYS W. SEABERG
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson spent a clean shirt? Is it Ironed? Whereis ,
I the Watanabe.Mrs. trip was to call on the three ladles Complainantvs.
Sunday in Pahokee visiting friends. my black tie? Please get me up
early in the morning to shave"- in the office, which I did and disrupted Bill for Divorce.
John Emerson, of Brooks- ARTHUR W. SEABERG,
routine for all of fifteen
etc., etc., I give you three guesses as I
Miss Eva Mae Green spent the ville Mrs. George Selby, of St. Pet- to the visitors expected on the job minutes. Why I didn't get thrown Defendant.It .
week-end with her parents in Plant ersburg, Mrs. Will Sparkman of I i out on my ear I don't know. Thevery appearing by affidavit appended -
the next day. But I know two men
to the sworn bill of,, Complaintin
City. Dade City and Mrs. Jim Burgess, of i
personable ladies
who got all dressed up and the : are Dorothy the above entitled cause that the
Tampa arrived Thursday for a visitof 1 I Sathre
of Tampa, Olive
"gilded General Staff" passed right Laurenson defendant Arthur L. Seaberg is a
H. W. Houk, of Sanford, was a a few days with their brother and by and never even waved! Those I 1 I of Orlando, and brand-new shipment non resident of the State of Florida -
business visitor in Clewiston Wed sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. I'I Wilma
poor drainage structures are just Douglas, of Panama that there is no person within

nesday. McGeachey.Dick the orphan children of the job, any- City. They are decidedly decorativeand the State of Florida the service of

very pleasant to a nibby old process in Chancery upon whom

Mrs. H. C. Avant and son, Hal- Miller, of West Palm Beach way.The lady. Sathre, the owner of the would bind the said defendant.It .
spent Wednesday and Thursday here Chatelaine bridge luncheonwas name told is 'I is thereupon ordered that the
son, were Moore Haven visitors me, Norwegian, and
transacting business for the Gulf quite a success )if I do say It as defendant Arthur L. Seaberg be
: Wednesday means up on a high mountain top
Life Insurance Company of whichhe shouldn't. Chatelaine? Why, sure. and appear to the Bill of Complaint
whereupon Pete murmured
Boss some- in said cause on or before the 5th
of a castle, you know. Tish
is state representative. Mr. Mil-
Father Francis J. Finnegan left Wardwell carried off first honors thing about "up In the air as us day of March A. D. 1934 otherwisethe ;
ler is former Clewiston residentand i "
a ual. Still Whataman Mr. allegations of said Bill of Com
Monday for New York to spend sev- for '
Pahokee Mrs.
I Hemmenway
eral weeks. enjoyed a. pleasant visit with Raines Is back in the office aftera plaint will be taken as confessed
I friends, and attended the Kiwanis home average prjze, Mrs. Jim Mc- I trip to New Orleans where he by him.It .
while, here. Lure the booby, which was a sil-' Is further ordered that the
meeting ,
took in the Mardi Gras and left Mrs.
,...',' J. Mann and J. K. Moody of Miami vered castlenut for the nuttiest cas- Raines for a visit. above notice be published in thq

r r:" :" ." : are spending a week on business After a visit of three weeks with tle; the highest scores for the three Did know that Clewiston News a newspaper pub-i
.. you Lieutenant
II' ; in Clewiston. their mother, Mrs. E. A. Schult Mr. cities went to Mrs., Flanders for lished in said County and State once:
c.: : i Fields besides being a star athlete
Moore Haven Mrs. Trainor for a week for four consecutive weeks
and Mrs. H. A. Halvorson and
graduated first in his class at West
Done and ordered at
Clewiston and Jo Rich for LaBelle
, Mrs. R. M. Hare and daughter, daughter Joyce and Mrs. E.. W. Lib- Pahokee. Point? And Lieutenant George Florida this 1st day ,of February
Miss Evelyn, were visitors in Palm by and daughter, June, of St. Paul Judging by the amount of noise ev- Kumpe has probably been in the A. D. 1934.
Minn., left Sunday for their homein erybody had a good time. Let's do
Beach Tuesday. longer than else
iff army anybody on WILLIAM T. HULL. ;
it again, girls.Inspector .
the North. En route they'will the job? He born
was to it, beingan Clerk Circuit Court,
make brief visits with friends at child. By Inez
R. W. Thompson, of Pittsburg army Lieutenant Magill,
'Washington and New York. Mr. Fred J. Nebiker is backon Richardson Selee is one of those (SEAL) Deputy Clerk.

Tuesday Halvorson is state chemist of Min- Gayle's gate after a trip to Jack- "rockribbed New Englanders" and LOUIS O. GRAVELY,

I > nesota. sonville on his relief days. Mr. Ne- his family would like to move from Solicitor for Complainant.

I. :, I, biker Is a native of Switzerland and Fort Myers to' Clewiston only they
Glen Etherton, W. A. Davis Dean
I I! : ., '., King and H. R. Hall were visitors Tom Piper and the PigA named of course King.and Well inevitably if we ,is don't nick-get can't find a place to stay. .l,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..'i-:.

in LaBelle Monday. that fifteen percent back he may The Arch Hodges have moved, :s: SEA FOOD MARKET :s:

,, crowded house greeted the per- be reduced yet to eating grass like back to Pahokee, and are living temporarily -I I I :|=i: LUNCHES :|::
Davis of La- his famous
.- Mrs. Mary Hayes formance of "Tom Piper and the predecessor. in a little house while the :

.1,' Belle was a business visitor in Pig", a comedy in two acts presented new one they are to occupy is be- :I!: J. G. MARTIN :|;:

;, Clewiston Tuesday. by local talent under the direc- Senior Draughtsman Sheffield ing finished. Both Mr. and Mrs. .'s.

,, ',...:"."' tion of Lucille Elvidge for the ben- and his lady have taken their Sour- Hodges are "Florida Crackers" and ** FIRST LABELLE DOOR NORTH FLORIDA POOLE'S GRO. v:-

;( :.., ;\ Mrs.Mr.Dave and Alston Mrs. F.motored R., Maxwell to West and efit play of was the: given Community in the Church.school audi-The I faces their ,to English Orlando.bulldogs.I am speaking Let's hope of and proud the of Mister it-the from missus-'Fort from Christ-Cocoa ..-..N..N..N..N..N.........**.*..................................................................Y..

::F"' : Palm Beach Thursday. torium and the stage settings were they carried off all the. first ribbonsIn mas, which is up near home for me.
:T the show.
far superior! to those of the usual
, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hamberg and local talent play. I A new man in the field out of J* fE@ 'CQU8E:

,, 1 family, of New York, were visitors The scenes were laid in Englandover While on the subject of animals Pahokee office is T. C. Dean. He

} : ;. in Clewiston Wednesday. four hundred years ago and May Simpson's cat Skeeter, has and his pretty young wife have Counselor and Attorney; at,Law

represented the courtyard before four" kittens, and if you don't think come recently to town and will move Hopkins Building

':> Mr. and Mrs.> I. E. Scott and the cottages of Dame Flinders and that is news you just don't know also into a new house very soon. Wednesdays and Saturdays

-,"'" :" daughter Irene, of" Moore Haven, Piper. The characters were story- Skeeter. And our black kitten Dean was in the West Palm Beach 0:30 to 4:00

..... were: ..visitors, here" <, Saturday,- ." book people, beloved of children and Fifteen Percent, disappeared the district when 'we were, went from! -
/ adults the world over. The charact- morning the Generals arrived on the there onto the cross state canal ""atches. Clocks, Jeweliy

L. W. Gannett of Durham erizations were excellent and the, job and didn't show up for two job where he knew the Swindal

....: :' 'North Carolina spent Wednesday costumes days. boys and Jim Rumley and Gene Jewelry Repairing
'f =' goigeous.Dramatic ; .
; .- transacting business in Clewiston. roles were taken by Blair of pleasant memories in the W. H. MERRITT

:Francis Wright, as Tom Julia Ann I drove to Clewiston the other early informal days of this job, and

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman and Oglesby as Polly, Joe Keppler as day in Laddie's Austinand did I in the course of events is back in WATCHMAKER & JEWELER

i Mr. and Mrs. Russell W'hidden were Peddler Mrs. Grover Poole as Dame, ,have a time.. The Bug lias a clutchradius this district. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rear or

( Sunday visitors in West Palm Beach. Bob Mitchell as Piper, Mrs. ,R. Mitchell that would have to be meas- both look so young I suspect them I Clewiston Drug. Company

as" Mother Goose, Ed Butler asKing ured with a micrometer, and I 'start of being Mit Brides Mil Grooms CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.
M. M. Achard of Fort Myers, and Cole ed out In a series of jerks that dislocated but I was too polite to ask.
I I. George as O>. Box 521
"" G. E. Hall, of Tampa :were among Knave and Mary Moore as Queen.. every vertebra down to my

,_ the business visitors here Thursday.} Mother Goose Characters were J. waistline. (No remarks about Me and the Princess have to give "We Are Here To Stay"An
,"D. Hooker, Boy Blue, Ella Varner
(< Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie left ---- .y
-.'," ", Miss Muffett, Bernard Leiter and
Thursday for Lakeland where they
Marilyn Davis as Jack and Jill; Lawrence
are spending the week-end at their 1 ?
Guthrie as Jack Horner Al-
home. y A
bert Hooker, as Tommy Tucker, Wil- 1Y

'. E. E. Kelley spent the week-end I bur McGehee as Man-All-Tattered- :: :: Attractive Clewiston Home : :i:

., and-Torn, Margaret Von Mach as ... .. ,s.n .
in Daytona ,Beach visiting Mrs. 's.
-; Kelley. Maiden-all-Forlorn, June Hooker as :_: We Build H
Mary-Quite-Contrary, Dan Beardsleyas I.

: Peter Pumpkin-Eater Leila Lewis .. .
Mrs. E. J. Rogero left Saturday 's' 'j.
::; ', for New Smyrna where she was as Bo-Peep, Dickey Owen as Sim- y fAyy
: ple Simon Eugene Roberts as yy
,;.4 called on account of the death of yAyy

;:, ". a sister. Humpty Du mpty, Carlton Prevatt as .. .. .. ..s.lilll .

'" Mrs. W. C. Prewitt- left Wednes- Jack Jack Spratt Spratt,, Harold May Vinson,Barnett as as Mrs.Doc y ; r

day for Fort Meade where she was Foster, and Evelyn Hare as Mother { :
Hubbard. Mrs. Frank and !
called by the critical illness of her lilll II
father. the children of the kindergarten por-

trayed the Old Woman Who Livedin ..

Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Miss Bonceil a Shoe and her children. !
Flower r
Stone and Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle girls were Virginia Wal- .:, .:. .:. .:.
were visitors in West Palm Beach I dron, Mary Mathis, Ann Pafford, I ':. .i' ':' 'i'
Gloria McDuffie Audrey Christianand .'. .. 's' '.'
yesterday.W. .!. .. 's' 'i'
Armida Howell. Court Characters .:. .. ..:' '.' ,
I were Billy Redelsheimer Eric 'i' + :' 'i' :i1
W. Hooks and son, William
I returned Monday from Belcher Harry Vaughn, John Poole, :: :: ::: ::: 1 a
Albany; Georgia .!. ; r
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Sonny Vaughn Estin Scott Joel ,
where they spent several days I ,, .. ': .''
f on a business visit. I and Jack Wynn Junior Waldron and .:. .... '':'' ''
Betty Spicer. '' ''
,s. ':. { t
James Wynn, Dan Allen, L. C. I The welcome Heralds were Billy .. .yy;. 'i'X

Reddish and M. D. Bledsoe motored Hooker, Joan Clark Laurette, Lolly, .s. s .. ., "

to West Palm Beach to attend the I Dorothy Hare, Bernice Guthrie, .s..s. :s: 'f +- '

dog races Tuesday night. Peggy Gallant, Mildred Ward Ro- .s h, 33 H .I I

berta Spicer, Mary Bell Warren and .s. : ..s'. ''s'+ ;
I .:. 's. ;
.. .. ,
Lloyd Sparrow left Wednesday for Gladys Willis. 1 's. + + "
I Gertrude Balasok played all yX J
Tampa where he is participating in accompaniments' ::: .. :s' :s:
the Gasparilla Open Golf Tourney l i"hy
' .s. .s,
being held there this week. I .s..s. v M .. .!. ,
I .:. 's',. .. .'. '
; Dance at Inn h 2 i .2
'. Miss Wilma Douglas, who arrived ._. 's'.s.. ..s.hY I
o ,: a few days ago to accept a position

'->: in the office of the U. S. ''Engineers J I A large crowd of dancers, many +hy yyyV 1v +

is making her home at the Inn. i of -them from neighboring towns, yyqV
,'," enjoyed the Washington's
I Birthday yy J
; W. W. Preston, formerly of Clew Dance sponsored by the Americans .. : .s' 's' Ei

iston but located for several I Legion at the Clewiston Inn Wednes- ._. A Home ; _
We Can You To Own H
in Atlanta arrived here Wednesday'day evening.Music i Help ;

. '; :- to pend several days on business. I was furnished by The Dixie -

I Cotton Pickers a negro orches--

-" "Mr., and Mrs. F. D. 'Neff, of Bing- tra from Atlanta, that is wintering i Clewiston Home Association n

t; :..:...I'jAhearn hampton, N. Y., and Mrs. H. V. in St. Petersburg. This orchestra I i : Building 1 4

I ". of Kent Ohio, were visitors has proven very popular with dancers -

in Clewiston for a couple oJ ''over the central portion of the ..
days the first of the week. state. : -

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ijFUflflyk21 OUR COMIC SECTION FunnySide







PREFERENCEThe little boy surprised his parentsby

% refusing to be scared Into being .

house surgeon at a private asylum good.
met a patient In an Irascible i l lI lSdNG& "It's no use telling me the angels
mood. will wrIte down In their books if I'm

"What's the matter with you this naughty," he said. "I might as well
corning?" he asked."I tell you they think up In heaven that
want to get marrIed, doctor," was I'm dead." -
the reply. "But why should they think that?"

"Get married !1" repeated the doctor. I "Because I haven't said my prayersfor
"How old are you?" two weeks."

"Fifty-seven," replied the patient.
"Then I suppose you would like a Important

wife of about fifty?" He had been warned. off golf foi ;',
"Well]], sir, if It's the same to you," six: months owing to the slate of his .L,

muttered the would-be bridegroom, health. At the end of that period he s
"I'd rather have two at twenty-five." presented himself for medical exami : ,
nation."Heart's. ;!
NRA RULES"Do DID Bl1T EVERY TiME good," said the medical .
To THEM ?. ,
1 THEY CAME WE man briefly. -
"Well, doctor," said the patient :
I sPoNGeCAKE persuasively, "what about clubs?"-

Vancouver Province., '
I /f / .it

d Hero Worship '\...
"Are you a hero worshiper?"

lllp\l/ 'I am," answered Senator Sorghum.
\ "Are you sad when a hero disap-
points you?"

"Yes. But I don't hold him per

1'' sonally responsible. I realize that I ;:

made him up largely out, of my-own. <'
/ / 1 Imagination."-Washington Star.
you think of me... all]] day long, J '
Tom?" _
"I do, during the noon hour, dear.
Throughout the office hours the boss
I Y ,
Insists on our keeping our minds on 1 I ,
Western Newspapert7nfoa A

our work.

sir," explained Squire Corn- I \. .
cob. "Eb would have won that horse \ii41' !-

race at the fair last summer all right, 1 ..;
If It hadn't been that he got startedoff
right behind HI Jenkins."

"Well, sir, the hayseed kept ablowIn' 1 1 ,
out of IIi's whiskers, so Eb's horse 1 '.-.;.:.

kept right behind him. Eb just nat- '.'

urally couldn't get the _critter to go. ':-.'f'
past.-St. Louis Globe-Democrat.; ",

Didn't Suit at All Assistant-A man who is gettingtoo

"Why did you give up that charmIng tall has written to find out If

girl I saw you with some time FrIend-Has your wife lost much there is anything that will make him. ,-.
Pester-Well, I hate enteredthe weight? "-
ago? asked Freeman. "What a gossip that woman is. She short.
"She asked me to do something ,I two hundred mile automobile race Is always talking about somebody." Mr. Stocksanbonds-She has fallen Editor-Tell him to try matri :a

didn't want to do," replied the despondent I for novices. "Yes, let's stop her and see what she off about three points but conditionsare mony.
suitor. Mrs. Pester-All right, If you wantto has to say." favorable for a.sharp recovery. \

"Oh, and what was that?" inquiredthe risk your life, go ahead. But If you Disappointed in Mother .
other. get killed, don't come whining to me '
WASHOUT"For "Mummie, you can't be nearly so
"Go and find myself another girl," for sympathy and say I didn't warn OLD -TICKER TAPE pretty as nurse."

came the dejected reply. you. "Don't you think so, dear?"

: "No. We've been 'in the park for ;ran
There's the Rub WINTER. JOY I :=: hour and not a single soldier has ;-i--;

"Why don't you see your doctor QD" tried to kiss -you."-London. Humor ;
about that rheumatism, old man?" :::: \?\ ist.
"I know he'd immediately order out

all my teeth.- :. A JJ1JSJS : They're All the Same ,

"What of it? What if. :.. you're r r /1' Mrs. :r\ewed-Iatilda, our new .
cured? I cook, says she put her very heart Into --
"What If I'm not?" 7 her cooking.Mr. -

...... Newed-Then she must have
Long: Wait been very heavy hearted when she
'" 1= '- I
"You advertise that you make suits made this cake.-Chelsea Record.
the sake of peace I often keep "Jones seems to be the big man of
whilst customers wait. Is that so?" "I wonder why we always feel more
? still when I know the .
even I'm town.
.: "Yes, you order a suit, pay a deposit cheerful as winter draws near." right. Licked at the Start
: "Same here I'm "Does he of good stock7""No
i. and go home and wait until it "I don't know, unless it's because by too. come "Bill's only books are women's
but he good pile of it.
owns a
Is ready." that time we are looking forward to looks."

: ,holiday cigars ,and our Christmas neck OR PERSIMMONS .,t I "It's hard to earn a bachelor's degree -
f { "
UNTARNISHED >; that way. -Argosy.
Both Right No Self-Starter <

"Isn't that a nice car Mr. Nexdore Boss-Would you care if I gave

W bought 0 r you only S15 a week to start?
yCl t1 I "It's a huff, mother," said Elsie. Gaga Gertie-Huh, I couldn't even

J} "You mean a flivver, dear." start caring for that!IR
"No; I heard his wife say he Just

went away .in a huff."

"'...,, OUT LOUD
111 ....

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Campaigner-when we are enjoying "Have you been studying the science
"How are your New Year's resolu- the fruits
of victory, you will be sorry of efficiency
you denied us a campaign contribu- "Yes. I had to quit reading aboutit
"In fine
tion.De Got so Interested that I found it
"None, broken. ?" Rocks-No, sir. For a man In was interfering with my regular -
"Guess not. How could they be, I my circumstances the fruits of victory work." '"
haven't used them yet?" too frequently prove to be lemons.

Approved He-On the street today a very
handsome lady smiled at me.
,. He-I always make it a habit to kiss young
the She-Oh, I wouldn't feel badly about
girl I go out riding with. -
f4. It. There are some men who look
SheW'ellthat's not a bad riding
'iabit.f even funnier than you do. \

Proof Enough

'Give me three proofs," said the 1s
geography teacher to the boy who had
been reading detective stories behind

his geography book, "that the world
I' is round." O

"Well, the book says so, you say so,
and ma says so." o

,. .
It>- .
' Stranded "Isn't Jack ever going to propose?" news out your way?" o -I

/"_ ,"Hello, old man; the last place I "I.guess not, he's like an hour-glass. "Well the other night a few of us o-n
.... saw you was on the sands." "How's that?" _voters hired the hall and took turns .
- "Yes, and now I'm on the rocks. \ I Nice bracing weather for I "The more time'he gets'the less sand addressing an audience of candi

Can you spare me a fiver?" my constitutional around the block he has." dates." _,

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: tender. Cut It Into slices two Inohps COLORED, ANYWAYYou CRAWLING SUBMARINE .

f: Sauces of Superior FlavorProblem long and half an inch wide, sliced fine. can always count on propaganda Sea-bed exploration should be simplified -
Add butter. Chop about one Mjuan being prejudiced.
by the use of
a new of
inch of lean ham very fine, and add.
submarine, recently tested In New
Brown in a saucepan two cloves of
Ferry's Seeds are sold only In fresh York. This small craft can crawl
garlic, chopped fine, with three sprigs
dated packages. When you'buy Ferry's about the ocean bed, and has a hatch
each of thyme and bay leaf, minced
Concoction Seeds you are sure of the finest through which a diver can leave or
fine. Add tomatoes. Seasonall
quality amllable.Adv.. enter it.
: to taste with salt and cayennepepper.

;::;' "B Relied On to. Win Approval. Let this cook 15 minutes, It's Worth It.

-:>,.t\. then add the tripe, and let all cook>:
: An active imagination Is worth
" for 25 minutes. Season to taste, and II for II
{ A somewhat discouraged housewife and stir untilsmooth.. Add the water -I ., having, but it inflicts worry on you.Ii .

.7 .. addressed this question to an .anthoiity ,. tomato and seasoning.. Boll serve hot. BILIOUSNESS
:; on matters culinary, "Why is three minutes, stirring ,constantly. I White Sa uce.

': :. it that" whenever I make a cream Strain and serve with cooked meatsor 2 tablespoons butter =_ Sour stomach s

(;:. sauce it always' becomes lumpy,?"' fish. Sugar may be added with 2 JA tablespoons teaspoon salt flour '. gas and headache =

'" and is thus advised : the seasoning. Pepper .- ..". Past 45and doe JJQ =

r. "I can answer..that by giving.yon Tripe a la Creole. 1 cup milk =

f, the sample method which I use myself : ,GRASnDOUBLE A ,LA. CREOLE Melt butter, stir in flour and sea- "Low" and, Upset CONSTIPATION.o
.\ _' for cream sauce. I melt. the butter 2 pounds of. tripe soning and when'well blended add

= t, f I remove it from. the fire, and stir 2 onions milk gradually.' Stir offer a low fire Look for Acid Stomach =
1 tablespoon of butter
..::/' 'in the flour and seasoning. 'When 1 square inch of lean ham 'until smooth and thick, and boil two : .........................-................. L:1 ,.
; : i: ,_ this is absolutely smooth,: I. pour tot ; 2 cloves of garlic minutes. i
: graudally, stirring, as I do so, about. 3 sprigs each of thyme and bay leaf' Bell S'ndlcatc.-WNU Ser\ice. HERE ARE THE SIGNS:

:"- : .: half the Amount of cold milk called 2 pound cans tomatoesSalt i Nervousness Frequent Headaches : alota1s
.,' Above the
and pepper to taste : Neuralgia Feeling of Weakness
-' for in the recipe. I then put the A dash of cayenne' x real aristocrat Is one who'simply : IndIgestIon'Sleeplessocss ;

f. \ : .::.. saucepan back: over. the fire and stir Clean the tripe well and boil till cant be common.Mysteiy :: Loss of Appetite Mouth Acidity I
Sour Stomach RFC
;' the mixture until it is smooth. I add I ; ;
---- --- ---- AutoIntoxicationWHAT '
. .
". p.: the rest of the milk and continue '
l :" stirring until the mixture is 'smooth '

.*:*:f/::T :,$ t' "" .. .and thick. I then. )let it, boil about in Empty Tombof :. TO DO FOR IT: 10$ "

..;.;; i-u'J. ':::1i :: _.:. : two minutes, stirring occasionally.so ': TAKE Phillips'-2 Milk teaspoonfuls of Mag
.:: : .:1&,"':'.' as to prevent it sticklerIn case 1 I nesia in a glass of water

;. :.: .' '':;.;",':r:' make more than two cups of white I : Former Russian Czar every morning when another you : :

: ; )"' : .,.,'.:" ,. ::' :.', sauce at one time I heat the milk in, i PH WP"S' teaspoonful minutes : NO INDEED_ I All) .;.'
'. '' order to save time and the'labor of. jtd 4 f after eating. And another "ours'are

...\: \ i before you go to bed. t NOT alike)
if.r::-; :.,: ::. stirring for a long time. It seems, I r+ OR-Take the new
; '.':';;.:..,- :\. ;.': to me that two minutes' boiling 'is An empty coffin-Czar Alexander is the czar!I" he cried. .".That is 'our :ems" Phdlips'MlikofMagnesia TRY. .
- I's: -was the sensation of Leningrad, father, .Al xan.qer'Pavlov' !ch !I" :A ', Tablets-one tablet for :
.: to ;
p long enough produce a goodflavorthat ; each teaspoonful as directed
(jk!, -.,' : Is to say, to get rid of the where, searching for jewels, Soviet pupil of Fedor's went,to .Russia, saw above. ;'

. ....;: raw flavor which uncooked: 'flour has. officials broke into the imperial portraits of Alexander I, and, on her : ............................................ UDICK MILLING CO.,CRANOVIEW,IND
: tombs at the citadel of Sts; Peter return, exclaimed, "Little father,
: If have of time you
i .: you plenty you may If have Acid Stomach don't
: f ;: you ,
>r' ". ".' : cook:,the sauce in the top of a doubleboilerover ,and Paul, recently, and found plenty look just like the Emperor Alexander worry about it. Follow the simple

.. : :'.: and after of dead potentates, but no Alexander !I" A woman, Madame Balak-: directions given above. This small
...; '\<'. :::.; .;(,t.. the direct LAN
: i'I.;: :. r.::' '. :,+. ;'" it thickens set it over hot water'and -L hine, told of having seen among dosage of Phillips' Milk of Magnesiaacts

:.'t/, :: ':\':.i;'}:;', .' ;cook. ten minutes. Be sure to keep ,Is it,possible that Alexander, whose 'Fedor's papers the marriage certificate at once to neutralize the acids :
official death at the of and : that cause headache, stomach pains
,, this Taganrog Alexander the 'Empress ;
.. covered :
it during
.: if > ; period. "
/.' Crimea, in 1825 was attended with Elizabeth. Prince ''Bariatinsky asserts and other distress. Try .it. You'llfeel '
:,:c ; '.-' :; .' any. other sauces may be made like a new person. STOCK and POULTRY

,&:,:.;. (; :. /:,'".., .. ,J by this. ,r foundation method. If a bit curious. circumstances, ..merely absconded in "The :Mystery of Alexander" But-be careful you get REAL Medicines are ReliableBlackmail's '}
? Stories, now .suddenly revived that Fedor received 'a visit. from the
milk of magnesia when
} $ ; : ;r ,', "t. of : say, that. he. did. Having mur. empress shortly before his' death genuine PHILLIPS' Milk of i
: '
:!({;;..t..-".- .: :::' : .. and a well seasoned stock is added o Medicated Lick-
, :;, ", deed his father, Alexander nursed a which. occurred In 1SG4. nesia. See that the name "PHIL-
i: .& }.- '.:._.!: \. /,.': instead the milk:, you will have .a 'bad' conscience. and. ,was reported to Was Fedor Kousmitch Alexander: LIPS'" is on the label. ABriko ": ;

c' <'. ( ':', '.::..,''e" :' brown, sauce.whIch. is appropriatefor have talked of abdication. I? "We must not forget that some Blackman's Stock Powder 'J
t- >; :::':: ; ', ','. ":'' serving with meats. If you use ALSO IN TABLET FORM ,.- ;,- O Blackman's Cow Tonic ::

f'. #1.:_\ :'.;'!;.,:.:: -1. ',,:' wafer instead,of milk:, and flavor the Eleven years after Alexander's sia pretty," said,stiff M.yarns Aubry came, "and out yet of several Rus Each tiny tablet is the /, 3.4 o Blackman's CLar-Med-Sal ,
.official death to Octave .
':, Z:<. .j : :. '' .c. : sauce with lemon juice and extra according equivalent of a teaspoonfulof (for Hogs) R'.:'
.' ,.: :, Aubry, a handsome old man riding members of the imperial family were Genuine Phillips' Milk
a .. ; ; ',.. butter, you will have a very goodLrf' : ; of Magnesia. o Blackman's Poultry TabletsBlackman's .:. }
'. 4 a superb horse appeared in Krasno- so nearly .convinced that; Nicholas II
II.i.: sauce. If you use tomato pulp, e Poultry Powder
: ., '. fi.sh. Umfimsk in the Perm region. He ordered the coffin opened, countermanding MEMBER N.RA.PhilIips"Mi1.k -- :J
t '." which. has, been cooked with onions? .
.. / "i'i ::;;... '\. ., a bay leaf and a few cloves and then said he was Fedor Kousmitch, but the order only when the : : of Magnesia Highest Quality Lowest Price ::1
:' ,.' would tell about himself Grand Duke Vladimir insisted.Literary Satisfaction Guaranteed :
nothing'more or :
.:I, : < strain 'ou' wiIJ liave, a 'wiry'gq .. so he went to jail as a'yagrant Digest. back. ,
> ., gi...- .. ;? ; mato sauce. If you use three-quar your money ';
r.:. : ."': .:.: .;:: :: ters water and 'one-quarter vinegar, and caught a flogging. : BUY FROM YOUR DEALER
t.:r,".t.\ '. .:i. Then came the Grand Duke .
,.-, _,', ;' "-/ and season with mustard' and a liberal I

: .:." ::..: amount of sugar, you wilj!. have Michael, making great ,row. Fedor BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO. .'d

r-'-.....+!",. .:, ." .,-"' ,..: a sauce which is particularly,good to. asked only to be sent 'to Siberia. ,The i J Chattanooga, Tenn.' :
t ; :' i''.tolj
y he
request was granted, and at first
with ham.; Ham fat be
! ,;:., :::L.. u ; I" serve may
f i\;::-> ;.:.''-'!-: ', -'. used instead of butter worked in a state distillery near STOPPED"UPNosiLs a the Gplt'sh
.: : Tire Pairs Beautiful Silk Hose $1. Sllg.htIy .
e pcs4 hd9setttoulhs ( -
Tomsk. "There said M.; In DutSyst .
/ Aubry ht
;':::: : ::.:.- : ,', : "To back to our original recipe Imperfect) postpaid. (Money back). Direct -
go t Co.liox A, 221 \V. DroadSavannnhGa.WAITED .
as d
" : Le. Figaro, "he was looked upon a v se9tu90chcp t\4
i j-:. ', .: ::2:; '.. for white sauce, you may make It saint. : ..... stclLp tcdcdl9t otetltiti0

':"\ ". ::::;:!::: richer and more colorful by stirring SoW sccsgatyousyloo9'dad
.," later this out of outdoor
Fedor Shippers flowers.
i'\ .' :.' r '.... a little of 'the white sauce mixture years : appeared as e bce sY Joswiuse. Daffodils Iris. Lilacs, Jonquils Narcissus
!in.a Cossack village, where he th Gladiolus Gerbla. Terms 15% commissionless / /
. into an egg yolk: or two and returning woskc
the nostrils and ( nls
_ : Open
( +
taught little children, instructed the freight or express charges. Reference: ,
o -. :. '. _. this to the original mixture to beat permit free breathing dkaclaeonals9eyWhe Dun and Bradstrcct. American Decorative :
with the sick. People loner Co., ,
farmers, prayed : 407 N. Peen St. BaKimore.Md.
: : well and to heat. If add to this
: ,,\ .', :: you by using Mentholatum
L .'.:': .., : '"'. a little lemon juice you will have aVi' thought him a nobleman who had night and morning. .".pL6
taken a vow of asceticism. The BEST PERENNIAL, SERICEA SEED
of hollandaise Se
: < : :. good sauce. 9 .r\\ C .
,. Sacrificed 50c pound.J.
1' ,. ":, Another delicious variation of this' archbishop of Irkutsk;: came e'oo 1ya'y I. Carte----- Mayfield, Ky.
::; >? ". FGatt
; .-' :"" ; '. .; him., One day, a soldier. came. '"That WISE
<<:;:. ..:--; .j. .r. same sauce may be made by using B

t ;;'::: '. -;<' ,-.-:- half cream and half milk, as well asI HP TO $20.00 EACH paid for Indian Head
', .-. 'white cents; half cents $125: large copper cents
i ,\:.. '- : .. .t' the egg yolk. To the plain $500, etc. Send dime for list,
r n t':::.. :;. .: S: sauce you may add minced cooked ROMANO SPRINGFIELD: MASsS.

:. .- .-... ; '.::':'.; ;:- onions or grated cheese, or a little FOR BETTER' GARDENS M

f.::: -d' ,: ,' anchovy or sardine paste. ,These FERRY'Ss4t AGENTS MAKE MONEY
,.: : well, with Selling Guava Jell)'. Every home prospect.
/t ; ; > sauces particularly
, : : :.. : Sample and 6 Cuban post cards 40 cents.R. .
:? ':f:; ;," ;";/.J. ..... poached or hard-boiled eggs." st1-.J In fresh dated O. Sanchez, Box 2221, Havana, Cuba.
t' ''.''' ',;.;-.. PUREBRED VEGETABLE
?f.'i; '! .,...-" Tomato Sauce. ,. :; packets at
. .\ < I teaspoon chopped onion ., j y' # '''" our local store ASTIIM\, HAY FEVER, SINUS
- Redwood Inhalant. $1 bottle absolutely
r'1, bay leaf.
... proves Its amazing merits. We pay
, k: 2 tablespoons flour s n 1, 4 t SEEDS postage. Kedwood Chemical Co.UurckaCal.
C":"' .' :... Jcup water U/ ? J

r J 1 cup tomato .(stewed .or strained) 5c
,. Pepper
,' 1 teaspoon.salt NOW New scientific method. Dependable. harm-
Ii' less. Information free. Write Haeerty
!". Cook the onion and bay leaf In Laboratories, Port Deposit, Maryland.

- melted butter until golden brown.

,., Remove from the fire, add the, flour, WNU-7 7-34 1

. With sour milk \ Baking" Soda forms the perfect 1

/ ,. } = leavening for waffles and griddle cakes Jiill .,

it gives ,best results when baking biscuits :

and: helps you turn out tasty muffins .'. expert

_II.: STAHDJR cooks recommend it for doughnuts (jjJ 0 :, ,

5'.. with it make marvelous AA.g



chocolate cake & and delicious >sf cookies. I pllASERMr kAA1!AND 0

Sold in sealed packages .: .i for Arm & Hammer and Cow Brand S1AfIt NAME

I Baking Soda, preferred by expert

cooks for three generations, also

serve many helpful purposes outside elf'
a few cents at any grocery the kitchen. Either maybe o

used with confidence whenever
'' II hr MIE j
; ao
, Sodium Bicarbonate is required. /
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NEWSContinued CASTLES IN THE GLADES' Moore Haven.. A portion of the a diorama of activities on the cor- passing around the Great Falls of

LA BELLE II contract work in' this division'will poration's properties which' was displayed the Potomac, (Just,outside ,of Wash-
(Continued, from page. 5) be done by the U. S. Pipe Line in the lobby of' the Inn was ington) and there are still remainsof

from page 4) without eggs, butter or milk, which Dredge Welatka. The whole of this the center of interest. one or more of the locks whichhe
( we' might call Fifteen Percent Cut division should be completed byMarch The dining room was decorated built. .He was also a capable
his announcement in this paper some Cake, which is delicious. Had two 1935.. with stalks of sugar cane, stripped military engineer but, whenthe
time ago that would all persons be required ,to hunks of it at Bee MacFadden's the The fourth section' of levee work of its foliage but with the plumes Colonies engaged in the War of the ,

the state their cars.,. other day. began October 24, 1933) under con- intact, which were grouped around : Revolution, he called In military engineers -
Florida tags on
have be- 2 Tablespoons ,shortening. tract with the Atlantic Dredgingand the 'pillars, a frieze of. palm leaves from France and they 01'c
cost of licenses _
With the average dollars this 1 cup sugar.. Construction Company of Lake- was also used around the room. The ganized our Corps of Engineers.The .
tween ten amount of 1 and 1-2 cups flour. land, Florida, alid covers the plac- tables were arranged In the shapeof castle, representing the art
makes an received by the state in 1 teaspoon each soda, cloves, nut- ing of approximately 2,100,000 cubic an E with the three tiers of ta- of defense and calling for the prac-
$1250.00 : meg and cinnamon. yards of material in the levee bles at right angles to the speakers tice of engineering In Its most
this one county from Money a received 1-2 teaspoon 'baking powder. and fill by dragline methods and the table. Red roses and red candlesin scientific form, was adopted in the
untouched source. same of salt. placing of 30,100 cubic yards of crystal containers were arranged early days as the Insignia of the
is turned over
from this source 1-2 cup raisins, same. of broken rock riprap along the berm slope, at intervals along the tables. Fav- Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army,
the school fund. nutmeats. also the wasting of approximately ors of Schaeffer pencils were placedat just as crossed rifles and crossed

1 can Campbells Tomato Soup 485,000 cubic yards of muck. This each cover for the guests and a sabers were adopted as the Insigniaof
DAVI3---RIDGEDILL yes, SOUP' section covers a distance of approximately box of candy which Mr. .Bitting humorously the Infantry and Cavalry branches -

Cream shortening and sugar. Sift 4 miles In Division 1, Section described as "for your of the same army.
Miss Mary Davis and Lonnie spices, soda and baking powder 2, between Clewiston and Liberty wives and-or sweethearts" was also There is some ground for the
Rldgedill were married before thFirst e with half of the flour and add. Point to the eastern terminus of given to each of those present. statement that the castle Is patterned

Reverend C. T. Kew, of the Mix fruit and nuts with the rest of the McWilliams Contract. The section I The menu, which was cleverly arranged after an ancient fortress locatedin
Baptist Church in Fort Myers Tues the flour and blend all together is of standard dragline type. A to embody the names of var- Central Europe.

day afternoon at one o'clock. with the soup. Bake slowly like navigation channel similar to the 1 ious portions of the corporation's President Washington and his

The couple left LaBelle before fruit cake in a paper-lined pant above dimensions will be provided.The i i property and other names familiarJ Secretary of War established the

daylight Tuesday morning and i about one hour. I fifth section of the levee work J I to this section, appeared as follows: United States Military Academy at

was not until their return late Tues Next week I'll give Tish's delicious began November 17, 1933, under I I Canal Point Cocktail [! West Point primarily as a school

day afternoon that their friends recipe for pie crust made" with contract with the McWIlliams J South Bay Hearts Gramlings for engineers and, for many years, ,.

knew of the ceremony.Mrs. cream cheese. I Dredging Company, involving" the I Pelican Lake Cocktail until proximately 1826, there was
Ridgedill is the daughter of placing of approximately 2,800,000 Hicpochee Soup no other school in the United States

Mrs. Fiank Davis of this city. Lon Special notice to Mr. Broadfoot cubic yards of material Jn the levee ,Roast a la Benbow-Plantation that taught the science and prac-

nie is a :young business man, having some time before next Choosday fill by dragline methods ;and wasting Dressing-Levee Sauce-Everglades tice of engineering. The, various

operated a lunch stand, Lonnie'sLunch when you see the signal flag wild- approximately 525,000 cubic, yards Sauce-Pride of ClewistonBareBeach I departments of the 'Federal Government '

in LaBelle for the past two ly waving, send your pet dolphin after of muck over a distance of 4.5 Marbles-Townsite Pebbles had found no great need

and a half years. me and we'll tell the world all miles In Division 2, Section 3, between -Liberty Point Redheads- for civil engineers and, therefore,
The couple will make their homeIn about your hurrlcance,' gate, too. Clewiston and Bare Beach. Salad a la Miami Locks practically all of the engineering
the LaBelle Lodge for the present. The section Is of standard drag Frozen Azucar done at Federal expense was supervised

And of nothing much, I line type. Okeechobee cheese-Toasted Saw by officers of the Corps of

GOVERNOR ORDERS ASSISTANTThe think it was Plato who remarked ,The sixth section of levee work Grass Engineers, U. S. Army. In 1823, t
that a lie hurts no one as much as I began November 25, 1933, under Harlem Coffee Congress passed Its first act look- r T4

Honorable J. C. Adkins, Pro the one who tells it. contract with the Arundel Corpora Cigars Cigarettes ing to the improvement of our riv-

secuting Attorney of the Eighth Judicial More anon.ENGINEERS. I tion of Baltimore and Miami. It Officers of the corporation, who ers and harbors and the Chief of

Circuit In Alachua County is covers the placing of approximately were present, were Clarence R. Bit- Engineers' and his officers in the

assisting Prosecuting -Attorney' Guy PREPARE BRIEF 4,100,000 cubic yards of material ting, of New York, W. T. Bitting, of Corps of Engineers were entrusted
M. Strayhorn at his term of Circuit in the levee fill by dragline methods Philadelphia, J. J. Harrington, of with this work and, from that day

Court' by Executive order' from the (Continued from" page.,l) and the wasting of approxi Clewiston, H. S. Covington, of New to this, have had supervisory chargeof

Governor. at Liberty Point is under construe mately 1,350,000 ,cubic yards of York, and J. W. Moran, of Clewis all works of river and harbor
tion by a Government plant and I muck. This section extends be ton. improvement financed by the United

REGISTRATION BOOKS TO BE hired labor. This project is to supplement tween Bare Beach and the western Directors of the corporation included States.

OPEN IN DISTRICTS MARCH 5 in the discharge of 2500 terminus of the Canal Dredging con N. F. S. Russell of Burlington The castle was retained as the insignia -
second feet of water at Moore Haven tract. of the Corps of Engineersand

N. J., F. P. Tralles, of St. Louis,
when the lake stage is below 14 The whole south shore levee from of the United States Engineer
According to John "L. Hall, Sup H. B. Reed, of Los Angeles, J. B.
ervisor of Registration, the registration : to provide for navigation in the Bacom' Point to Fisheating Creek Is Getz, Jr.. of Detroit, J. F. Terrill, of Department at Large and, although
books will be open and avail: Caloosahatchee Canal. This project now under contract, involving a total New York, G. M. Myers of Kansas it originally signified the military .
involves the removal of yardage of levee fill of approximately functions of the United States Army
able at appointed places in the several approxImately City, Missouri, and R. W. Adkins,
districts from Monday March 510,000 cubic ;yards of material j 24,400,000 cubic yards with l of New York. Engineers, it has come to signify

fifth until the end of March. From to provide 'a channel 80 feet I 158,000 cubic yar.ds of riprap, 4-, Other guests were Harold Bixby, their numerous civil engineering

Monday April second till the end o fin width and 10 feet in depth at the 360,000 cubic yards of muck overburden of St. Louis, Vi''. I. Evans and Her activities as well.
present lake stage. Work Initiated to be wasted and 1,310,000 And so this is why the "silver
April the books will be at the office was bert S. Sawyer, of Miami, William
.,' of the Supervisor of Registration. by the U. S. Pipe Line' Dredge cubic yards of auxiliary floodway H. Bixby, of St. Louis, George B. turreted castle" (as it is officially
Congaree on June 3, 1932 and was channel. Of these total amounts, Hills, of Jacksonville, Governor described) is displayed on the

NINTH GRADE HAS PARTY AT supplemented by the Ui S. Dipper approximately 6,965,000_ cubic yards Dave Sholtz, E. C. Romph, of Miami, smoke stacks of the dredges: and
Dredge Mayaca in 1933. have been placed. in the levee 5000 other floating plant now owned
ROPE BEND: TWENTY LOST April Approximately George W. Whitehurst, of Fort and
355,000 cubic yards of cubic yards pf, riprap have been Myers, J. H. Douglas and S. M. Seymour operated by the Government on the

,!. A wild goose chase the'feature of material, have been removed along placed, l,200.pOO cubic yards of of New York, Alfred H. Wagg, work now being done on the Lake .
this section. muck! have been. wasted and 1,155- Okeechobee flood control and navigation
a party held by the'Ninth grade at of West Palm Beach, George E. -
The second section of the levee 000 cubic yards, of material have project.
Rope Bend Thursday night and sponsored Therry, of West Palm Beach, Buck-
by Miss Edith Magill and Mrs.G. work begun on August 15, 1932, in been excavated from auxiliary floodway ner Chipley, of Jacksonville, A.. W. _(signed) A. HASBIN.

F. Lloyd.According. Division 2, Section 1, between Born a- channels involving a total cost Young, of Vero Beach, Ben Herr, of
to one of the girls present c Point and a point approximate upon completion ,of approximately- West Palm Beach, J. B. Jeffries, of WHERE THEY'LL TRAIN

there was plenty to eat but ly; 2 miles east of Miami Locks coy 4965000.; Miami, M. J. Woodworth, of New .
somebody forgot the drinking water ering approximately 12.3 miles. This The four hurricane gates locatedat York, J. C. Clements, of Fort My Following are the spring training 41

and the group of twenty started out contract Is with the Canal Dredging Clewiston, Miami Locks, Hills- ers, P. G .Bishop, of Miami, Vernon both camp headquarters of teams in

in search of a spring. Although a Company of Memphis, Tennessee. borough North New River Canaland L. Smith, of West Palm Beach, E. major leagues: ;
woodsmanlike trail of blazing fans It covers the placing of approximately Canal Point are under contract L. Stewart, Lt. N. L. Hemmenway American League .
was left behind the searching part 6,100,000 cubic yards with the E. H. Latham company of Dr. W. B. Furgess and Keathley, New York-St. Petersburg, Fla.

went in a circle and when the old of material in the levee section by Cleveland, Ohio, .involving the plac Bowden of Clewiston. Philadelphia-Fort Myers, Fla.
trail was crossed the wrong turningwas dragline methods and the placing of frig of approximately 46,500 cubic The key men of the organization St. Louis-West Palm Beach, Fla.

taken and after completing a second 128,000 cubic yards of rock riprap yards: of reinforced concrete, 287- present were H. C. Kolstad, M. E. Chicago-Pasedejia, Cal

circle and crossing the same along the berm slope. In order to 900 pounds of reinforcing steel, 48- Von Mach,. H. T. Vaughn, H. J. B. Boston-Sarasota, Fla.
200 lfnear'feet Cleveland-New
creek twice the guide, Sherman secure suitable material with which ot"timber' piling, 23- Scharnberg, F. Hendriksen, F. A. Orleans, La.
Luckey, discovered his, mistake and the contractor shall build levee, approximately 860 square feet of steel sheet piling Paris, C. E. Miner, F. I. Hill, W. E. Washington-Biloxi, Miss.

led the group back to camp. 2,000,000 cubic yards 1,960,000 pounds of structural Bolton, M. W. Bigg, E. R. Fontaine, Detroit-Lakeland, Fla. -_

,of muck overburden will be wasted steel, 150,000 pounds of iron castings F. D. Duff, G. A. Yon,. W. C. National League ,
The LaBelle Motor Company delivered by government plant and hired la- 4 sector gates and other miscellaneous itt, H. A. Bestor, E. W. McLeod, York-Miami Beach,' Fla.

two V-8 trucks to the E. bor. Of this contract approximately items at a total cost of S. L. Crochet, W. A. Cook, E. C. Philadelphia-Winter Haven, Fla.

H. Latham Construction Company 2,400,000 cubic yards of levee material approximately $1,158,000.. Work Mills, J. P. Percy, R. Y. Patterson, i St. Louis-Bradenton, Fla. _
in Clewiston Monday. has been placed and 725,000 began on this job November 20, O. A. Jones, F. A. Ange, W. C. : Chicago-Catalina Island, Cal

cubic yards of muck have been 1933. Owen, W. M. Redelsheimer of Clew- Boston-St. Petersburg: Fla.

Tillman Pearson, of Miami, and wasted by the U. S. Pipe Line Six drainage culverts under contract iston and L. J. Fraser, N. B. Elam, Brooklyn*-Orlando, Fla.

recently of Gainesville, visited Miss Dredge Congaree. The levee dim with C. Y. Thomason company R. 'S. Stokes, W. P. Jernigan, H. L. Cincinnati-Tampa, Fla.

__ Lucille Hampton over the weekend.Mr. ensions are of the standard drag of Greenville, S. C., began Sears, J. V. Fourmy, G. L. Sims, J. Pittsburg-Paso. Robles, Cal.

line type similar to those of the work the on December 2, 1933, involving S. Harrington and F. E. Bryant of TAMPA-, Feb. 23, (FNS-

and Mrs. Phil Yeoman, Mrs. McWIlliams contract. The navigation placing of approximately 1-, Canal Point. Coach Nash Higgins, who
Emma Weekly, Mrs. Sam Carson, of channel, approximately 220 200 cubic yards of reinforced concrete destiny of the the
University of
LaBelle and Rev. and Mrs. W. C. feet wide and 20 feet deep at the 2400 cubic yards of plain THE ORIGIN OF' THE CASTLE Spartans has introduced Tampa's
a new form
iDennington, of Fort Myers, spent present lake stage, has been or willbe concrete and 2125 linear feet of 10 I of training which he
foot hopes will fur
Sunday at Boca Grande, where Reverend excavated along this section. corrugated iron bituminous Through the columns of the Everglades ther equip his hefty lads to hold '

Dennington conducted morlug nThe third section of the levee pipe,and 15,500.linear feet of wood piling I News, the writer has described I their own on the foot-ball field next

ad evening services.W. work began January 6, 1933 under 110,650 pounds of reinforcing on the Okeechobee horizonyour season. ,,1.:....
contract with the Spadaro Contracting 000. steel at a total cost of $297- "Castles In the GladesIn Every day at 12:45 the football y'

, V. Allbury ,of Key West, win as Company and George Colon One rearing these Castles, you are doIng squad assembles in the University
,. LaBelle the first of the week. Company of New York. This drainage culvert under contract a constructive piece of social ballroom where Helen Broadhurst
Mr. Allbury has been Representative contract covers the placing of approximately with the North American Construction : engineering. Steele, instructor in dancing _
from Munroe County for three 6,000,000 cubic yardsof Florida company of Jacksonville, You ask why the castle is the insignia them through a rigorous hour of
adagio -
successive terms and is a candidatefor material in the levee fill by hydraulic began work on January 9, of the engineers. The answer dancing.
the office of State Senator from methods over a distance of The to this very appropriate question The purpose of the course Is to
this district. approximately 18 1-2 miles in Division dragline equipment employed is that, like many other things give the boys an opportunity
by the several acquire -
3 between Diston Island contractors on this which are now a part of our everyday muscular coordination
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Poole and W: Drainage District Pump House No. work are 19 in number and range life, the practice of engineerIng and balance as well as limber, poise
Godboald were Sunday guests of 1 at the western terminus of the between a 1-yard bucket with 35' had its origins in the war-time their muscles. up A

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Surrency in McWilliams contract and extendsto boom to 6 12ard bucket with 175! necessities of our ancestors of long If the plan works out as :
foot boom expected,
Naples. the Lakeport Road, along the semi-diesel with Diesel, ago. Engineering was one phaseof Tampa's' Spartans will be prepared .'
Lakeport Road and Fisheating;, and steam. The typesare military operations and the castle to show the fans a new kind of foot-
Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Royer andt : Creek to high ground. The top of Bucyrus, Northwest, Marion, developed, little by little, from ball next fall as they leap about th
Sargent, P. and H.
daughter Patsy, spent the weekend the completed levee has a width of I and Koehring, the simple mud wall until, in medieval field, gracefully throw their -- --
with Mrs Mahala Royer in from 10 to 20 feet at elevation 34. with Monoghan, tract and caterpillar -'I times, it became a formidable ents about and kick goals with Oppon-
lar walking devices. There are'four a'
Lakeland. The slopes are 101 and 41, wi masonry fortress with high towersat poise that would put Appollo
dipper dredges to
varying from 1
a 500 foot natural ground berm. yard the various salients and often shame.
Grainger to 2 yards, powered with .
Stanley of Felda, attended No riprap is anticipated. An auxiliary one-half steam; 1 with lesser towers guarding the The squad faced Mrs. Steele for
court in LaBelle Monday; floodway channel leading yard clamshell with Diesel main portals. their first lesson with red faces
power; and 10 hydraulic pipe line andreb'elous'
from the 6 foot contour near White ',, For thousands of years prior? to hearts. They felt that
J. A. Williams, of Fort Myers, candidate Light Beacon in Lake Okeechobeeto dredges varying from 8 Inch dis-', the invention of the steam engine, dagio dancing was a "sissy" pastime a-
for the office of State Senator connect with the floodway channel charge to 20 inch discharge powered -i, life was almost exclusively agricul- beneath the dignity of a football

b. from this district attended court along the Lakeport Road has with Diesel-electric and steam. tural and it was only in war that player; but after that first lesson,

, this week. been completed by this contractor. I I there was any necessity for scien- which proved more difficult than
>- This project involves the removalof BITTING HOST AT BANQUET i i iI I' tific 'engineering. In our own col- any form 'of training they had ever
;.. "Wlien a girl Is lovestarved"f't. approximately 800,000 cubic! I I I onial history General George Washington encountered, they developed a -
observed an exchange editor, "it yards of material to provide a channel (Continued from page 1) was probably the most prom- healthy respect for the adagio dan- -

simply about means that she's crazy 100 feet wide and 10 feet deepat must not be opened until you reach inent civil and waterways engineer.He cer, vowing they would never again --tl:

OUU1' a dil1t1en boy who can't afford f ull- present lake stage to supplement home" designed and superintended the class that kind of a he-man as, a
g the 2500 HQQoud tilt discharge At Both before and After the dinner construction of the original canal "iliiyH ," -

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