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: March 9, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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SCHOOL MATTERSAS 2-Everglades drainage board mem- PAHOKEE TO Registration books for District TOURNAMENT ARE
One are now open at the Alston
bers today stated that they saw "no
Drug Store with. Parker Wilson in

BOARD MEETSAt maintenance immediate prospects work in of the resuming drainage : BE DEDICATEDOn charge district.as registration, officer for the NOW UNDERWAY

district." Maintenance work was

stopped about two years ago be- The books will remain here until

the regular meeting of the cause of a suit which tied up the next Sunday, March-11, Saint March 31st at which time they will With only a few exceptions, the

: County Commissioners the financialstatement funds for that purpose, but recently -I Mary's Catholic Church, PaHokee, be returned to the Supervisor of first round matches in the Clewis

: proffered by Superintendent a court order in the suit gave will be formally dedicated ,i,by the Registration's office in LaBelle. The ton Drug Company golf tournament

:.:" Stallings was pronounced incomplete hope that operations might be re Most Rev. Patrick Barry, 'D. D., law provides for the books to be have been played and the winners

k.-; and rejected and Mr. Stall- sumed. It is expected that legal Bishop of Saint Augustine, :Florida. placed in each district in the countyfor advanced to the second bracket.

:;". ings' request for the advance of technicalities will cause the delay. The services will begin with the a short time to facilitate the Fontaine, by virtue of a defaultby

< '$3700 Race Track funds on hand blessing of the new church at 10 registration of voters in the district., Barrett, moved forward to meet
1-: ,' was tabled pending receipt of information Fire A. M. The blessing will be followed the winner of the Hall-Harrington

:" concerning .the. effect such an Threatening by High Mass "coram Episcopo". His match yet to be "played. ""White's

:.'.. advance would have on the proposed Excellency, the Most Rev. Bishop Road Patrol For default to C. P. Shelley, matches the

r: CWS action of carrying on the Barracks Building Barry will then address the congregation latter against Capt. Duff, who defeated

schools. and the services will be con- Lake Highway Is Tom' ,Shelley 8-6. Kelley '
' > Soon ExtinguishedA beat Peterson 3-2 to meet Wilson,
: The statement as prepared by Mr. cluded by Solemn Benediction.
': Gunod's Beautiful Mass G. will who won from Owen. Goodman's
--I Stallings showed that approximately in Provided In Budget

.-S( $14500 would be needed to insure fire which originated from an be sung by a Palm Beach choir, especially victory over Hackett 3 up, gives him
: ..... oil stove caused but little the chance to meet Mrs. Duff, the
t, the schools the $50 per pupil allowed damage at selected and trained for the -T
: the Sugar Mill Barracks apartments occasion. winner of the ladies match, who won
:;: under the terms of the Bur- The allocation of $1,800 for road "
Tuesday 4-3 over Mrs. Redelshelmer. Mrs
evening Clothing hangt- 'The dedication of Saint Mary's patrol work in the Everglades residents -
decision Duff played the 18 holes in 89, her
ing near a burning oil stove be-
Church is the culmination of almosta which was made by the Palm
:;: came ignited from the burner in the first score under 90.
.... meeting Saturday all Glades County year's work. The construction of Beach county commissioners at the
pupils and receipts from Glades kitchen of the apartment occupied the church was begun earolast March meeting, will meet with interested Bestor conqueror of Finnegan,

!; County were 'left out of the state- by Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Duke. June, but because of inadequate approval by residents of will meet :Moran, who eliminated .

;.r("... ,+ ment. Failure of a new hand-pump fire funds, the building was not completed Hendry County particularly of Gallant one up. Hill meets the win'
extinguisher to function of the Bowden-Parkinson match
After examining the statement the permittedthe until December. It is not yet Clewiston, which is located within a ner

:' commissioners pointed out that no blaze to reach dangerous pro- completely furnished, and there is few miles of the terminus of the and Coker meets Rosenberg winner
portions, but another extinguisher over Butler. Coker won his first ,_
fire much work to be done
allowance had been made for poll yet,, toward road to be patrolled.
was quickly secured and I match against Rogero, 1
was beautifying the and up.
CWS funds grounds
for the
R tax, or $1700 creatinga The
successful in putting out the fire. new budget, of which the Land, who came through with a i
r. school taxes which is paid every' fitting setting for a truly beautiful
The damage was limited to the little $1,800 appropriation Is a ,part, will 5-4 victory over Shea, moves forward .. s
_' year by the railroad. Mr. Stallings .
: not be In effect
t";' one room in which the fire started. I until ,October 1st, to meet the winner of the r
1 ; denied the necessity of including church is a wood stucco '
however, but will provide for the .
.: The failure ':of the new and hitherto Bigg-Hemenway match.: -
-. CWS funds since the bill
' building of Gothic design'with art
,:: untried fire extinguisher to work safety work for a year from that Due to the novel prize offerings ..
"funds received
by the school board"but glass windows. It has a 'seating date.
has led who in the tournament the play Is interested
many rely upon that
,: added that he had
forgotten to capacity of one hundred and forty.
protection to test their own extin- The highway, which has been the and spirited. Prizes are
: Include the poll tax and that the The property on which St. Mary'sChurch
' guishers. scene of many accidents due largely awarded to each match winner, according "
: ACL taxes had not been mentioned stands was donated '
: byMr. to the large number of pedestrians to number of prizes won.
. ; to him as certain revenue. Mr. Louis G. Freeman, of Cincinnati
: I and to the presence, of canals beside According to our pro, Lloyd Sparrow ;'
Stallings was informed that it would Interesting GamesIn Ohio. The most generous dohator '
" :' it, has been a hazard to those who this honey centered golf ballIs
, be necessary to include the CWS to the church was Mr. George M.
travel it frequently. It Is a part of a real "honey", containing distance
! > this funds in his statement and that If Diamond Ball Hillenbrand, of; Miami Beach., Florida the cross state highway from Fort and accuracy.

&' were done approximately., $3- Mr. E. R. Bradley, of Palm Myers, to Palm Beach.
, :', 000 would be enough to complete
C ";- League This WeekThe Beach, also gave a considerable .do- NEW EQUIPMENT ARRIVING
the terms of the bill. '
I ;
nation. The citizens of Pahokeeand FOR GOVERNMENT WORK
Principal T. R. Jones then asked Canal Point CANDIDATE EXPECTS TO SPEAK
both Catholic and
the board if they would advance the past week in diamondballsaw non-Catholic HERE IN EARLY CAMPAIGN

$3700 on hand since the teachers the Kiwanis Club in a 14 to 6 Palm Beach, and friends in West A 75 Caterpillar tractor, the large

, needed the money and neither board victory over the High School boys generously toward likewise the work.contributed William J. (Bill) Pruitt, who is est Caterpillar made, has been purchased ..

could ,use the money as it was. Comjnissioner In the latter's: first defeat in the sec candidate for Florida Railroad Commission by the U. S. Engineers and : J
ond half. The pastor in charge, who personally will arrive. In Clewiston shortly for <
\ Hull Campbell and Cruze
'#9" :a. Ray told Mr. Jones .in. group No. 2, has an- ..
., .'.: .' .that he believed it would be unwisefor formed the batteries for the Kiwanis superintended the work Is nounced his intention of speakingin work in''' Division 3 near Lakeport. -
Father F. J. Finnegan also Pastorof The tractor develops 83 horsepower
such a large sum to be ad- and Moore and Avant that of the Clewiston within the next few
St. Margaret's Church, Clewiston at the drawbar, and Is propelled bya
vanced the schools at this time sinceit High School. weeks, In the early part of his campaign -
had been necessary for the school The Engineers beat the Sugar Florida. Father Finnegan came' to Diesel engine.

board to sign a statement that they Company 8 to 3 after the Sugar the lake district in October 1930, The tractor will do finishing and
and immediately set to work to Mr. Pruitt who is a Miami attor- the which' ;.
iia were financially unable to pay for Company had held a lead through pio- smoothing work on levee

,-"'-. the operation of the schools in or- the greater part of the game. neer the territory from LaBelle and ney and law partner of former attorney is being built by the government

Campbell Moore Haven to Canal Point. ,He established general Van C. Swearingen, dredge, Welatka.
der to obtain the CWS aid. Mr. pitched to Liddell for the
is the first of the candidates to
Jones pointed out that if the money Engineers with Mitchell and Cruze' several little missions and an- A T35 International tractor arrived .,

i were turned over to the schools for the Sugar Company. in 1931, under his supervision, St.Margaret's nounce plans to speak here. Sunday and Is being used as -

there would still be no funds to car- Sunday afternoon a new aggrega Church, Clewiston, the I bulldozer. This tractor Is now in

ry on as the whole amount would tion composed of the employees of first Catholic Church in the Ever- GEOLOGISTS. LEAVE AFTER I I service at the warehouse, but will

'-, be required to pay back indebted the Latham Construction Company, glades, was completed. Shortly afterwards COMPLETING WORK HERE be used later in connection with the

" ness. The commissioners tabled the and the Atlantic Dredging Com he built a rectory in the larger tractor on the work of the
same place. Joseph ,L. Stone and P. L. Mer-
/", request until a special meeting to beheld pany dropped a 4 to 2 game to the
'. ritt, geologists who have been
::(. March 16 at which time they Clewiston All Stars. Shelly and A- St. Mary's Church, Pahokee, Is
working in this vicinity for the past JUNIORS ORGANIZE
, hope to know what effect the receipt vant worked for the All Stars and an extensioon and completion of his
- two months to classify geological BASEBBALL TEAMA ,
: .: of such a large amount of mon Campbell and Freedlund for the pioneer work as the two churches '

:: .; ey would have on the CWS project. I Contractors.In I will adequately take care of the. conditions for the Canal Construction .

;.-' L \. a ten inning game the High spiritual needs of his people. Company, contractors for part; junior baseball team, which has
of the federal levee Lake Okee- been
on sponsored by the local American
p.: School eked out a 14 to 13 victoryover St. Mary's Church was built and
First Workable Plan chobee, left this week aftr completing Legion Post for the past few
the Sugar Company with Moore furnished for the sum of $3,800.00,
their work here. years, was organized for the ensuing
For and Avant working for the High which was a very reasonable cost, I Specimens of geological forma- season at a meeting held Wednesday ..
Fighting 'Glades School and Swindle and Cruze for considering the results attained
tions In" the vicinity of Bacom Point, night. .
the Sugars. Father ,
Finnegan extends a cordiale South Bay and Belle Glade, the por- Ed Butler was selected as manager ;
_.L: .. Fires Before Cabinet The diamond ball game to b invitation to everybody to attend
tion which the Canal Construction] of the team, which will challenge
played on Kiwanis field tonight be- the dedicatory exercises "
next Sunday
-- company has under contract, were out-of-town teams from nearby
tween the U. S. Engineers and the .
The Everglades may yet have a Clewiston taken by the geologists.I towns.
High School will be the
systemized fire fighting organization I
deciding game of the second half of:

.,:'., day prevalent period during, when if the plans muck approximately which fires are met most.the 60 I. the The series.High School team won the Visit Of Kiwanis Castles In The Glades } ByWallarc I ))1


.. .4, be approval financed.of. the state cabinet can wins Clewiston tonight half of, it league the will series be for the, the and championof 1933-if it Official Postponed Marjorie

The plan proposes for the state to
''" 34 season. If the Engineers win, J wish-that! I smoothest form construction f
furnish convicts to man firefighting Members of the Clewiston Kiwanis wish-oh, how I you
camps in Hendry, Glades, Okee- there will .be a post series match of Club were disappointed Wednes could head this week's Kollum with ever saw, too.-and the bases of .

three games to decide the cham- day 53 of the cur- both walls were poured and stripped. :
chobee, Hendry, Broward and Dade evening because of the postpone- the picture on page ;

counties. One camp would be located pionship. ment of the scheduled visit of John rent Colliers. Pretty concrete, dense and even.

in each county and 10 men as- CAPITALIST ATTACKED A. Cleveland, of Miami. Mr. Cleve- Well, to resume. Tish, who dubs The walls in these structures are

signed to it. The annual cost of IX WIFE'S PRESENCE land has been appointed substitute herself "Official Chauffeur to the tapered, and big enough at the bottom

each camp was estimated at $2,000to for Lieutenant-Governor. Ralph Far- Unofficial Reporter for the Caloosa- so that tamping fs done by men

$2,500 by F. C. Elliott, engineerfor Huntley Chapin, Yale graduateand rell whose continued illness has hatchee River-Lake Okeechobee in rubber boots down inside the

the trustees of the internal im- I capitalist, and husband of the forced him to give up his regular Drainage Areas Project," which is forms, for all the world like "stomp-

for the trustees of the internal im- former Mrs. G.> B. Dahlberg, was visits to the clubs in his district. Mr. quite some title, drove us in Esmar- ing down" a silo charge. Arrived

# provement fund who ,is probably shot through the foot and struck Cleveland's failure to keep his ap- elda over the north end of the job, just one day too early to watch a

more familiar with Everglades pointment here was due suggested last week. This partof pour, worse luck.
:as ... conditions -: with brass knuckles in an attack to his own as
::.. .f than any other one man in I described, in press dispatches from illness with flu. the work is more readily accessible Said good-bye reluctantly to

.'.:: >::r: the state. San Antonio, Texas, as a "mysterious A substitute program furnished !: than Division 2, where 'you I Fred and proceeded to Moore Haven
was -
...>j.4...: : Nathan Mayo, commissioner of bar room encounter". Mr .and by the entertainment committee have to do a lot of tough and wet : to have a delicious lunch with Mrs.

.":.',::':"".;'- agriculture, and Treasurer W. V. Mrs. Chapin had entered the Em- which staged a walking or thumb your way in contractor's Jim' McLure, hereinafter referred to
_f .:::> Knott popularity con- as "Daughter," and to carry her on
'- '. were designated a committee bassy Club and ordered beer and test among the members of the Club. boats.
and Jim'sjob.
': with to
to make us
further investigation about sandwiches, and Mrs. Chapin said The results provided the members We went first of all to drainage ;

1;:., finances before final action is tak before their order was completed, with hearty ,laughs. E. E. Kelley, culvert No.1, between Clewistonand .

en by the cabinet. one man at the apparent signal of president was voted the most pop- Moore Haven. Here our friend Somewhere along the Lakeport

'.: It Is understood that the Ever- another, fired two shots one of ular member, E. B. Butler the jolli- Fred Flanders did the honors in his road we spied Mr. Moore's car ahead

glades Drainage District and the which struck Mr. Chapin in the est, D. G. Alston the most hand- usual urbane and happy manner, of us. It turned down a 'Yood'strail

s"L South Florida Conservancy will be foot, before he could recover he was some, C. F. Goodman the best sport: \Vlllard Simpson being at the main whereupon we sniffed news-

requested to assist the state in financing attacked and bruised by the other T. B. Shelley the most conceited. J. office on business. You get over to of some sort-with our reportorialnose

t. the fire-fighting project. man using brass knuckles. W.. Ezelle received an overwhelming the site of the work in an ingenious and followed at a discreet dIs-

i ...; D'r. Mrs. Chapin declared the attack majority for the title of sting- rowboat ferry, negotiate along. and tance, and after considerable bump-Ni
J. W. Buck, of Osborne Kas., ing arrived at a morass along o-
"' was unprovoked and on her com- iest, Keathley Bowden was voted narrow duck-walk over the swamp,

.. has a fighting bull for which he plaint Walter Baker, former city the ugliest, E. E. Kelly,the' best and there you is, Amos. This is a demus Slough, where draglines the are
. '. yt" :, has issued challenges. The animalIs detective and Frank Nixon were ar- iness mah and H. R. Hall the two-barrel culvert; forM work wafs throwing- Up) retaining banks '

a polled. Hereford.. rested charged with 'the assault liars bus-I the (Continued on page 8) .
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plications probably, would prevent the AND SERIOUSLY
News Review of Current subpoenaing of the attorney general Woe to him who takes: himself
and 'other national officials -
KILLED BY A FALL sentimentally.-Oswald Spengler. 1

Events the World Over A CCORDING to the farm administration MercolizedU1ax

,' 400,000 farmers had .
1 j' signed contracts to reduce their Albert Is Succeeded by His .",...,..... .. n .I
pro '''''
\ tt.%,1W! .; '->. :.'f wo./r..:.'. .,r ."
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duction of and this Son
hogs corn year. Leopold. \ >
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Most of these contracts .>.."'.'''h -
; were executed -?' /11':

King Albert of Belgium, Iilled'by Fall While MountainClimbing by Middle West' farmers: ,..In other Brussels.-Albert I, king of the Belgians I' Qt.f'' .:.':

: I states the campaign 'Is' just getting was killed In a mountaineering \ :: r'J :.j,

; Succeeded by LeopoldThreeGreat : well started. Iowa leads with a totalof accident. He was In his fiftyninthyear. -\1. : {

Powers Protect "Austria. '150,000 contracts, .representing more lie had long been a devotee of \ :; '" /97. ,
\ Slifit !
than SO per cent of'corn and hog pro- mountain climbing. ... :. : '. l/:

ducers in that state. Figures for oth- Driving his own car and accompanied .- I \ \; '. 1/

,. 'er states are.:' Illinois, 47,000 ; Missouri by a personal servant King Al. Jeeps Skin \oungAbsorb

By EDWARDt PICKARD 42,000; Nebraska, 22,000 ; Kansas bert set out for Rocher de Marches des discoloration
blemishes and using
19,000; Minnesota", 50,000 ; Indiana, Dames, a peak near Nnmur In Belgium. Mercolizcd Wax daily as directed. Invisible

ONE or the best and most beloved outcome was. this statement. to the CO.OOO ; Ohio, 25,000:: Wisconsin, 15,000, He undertook;: the perilous climb and defects particles such of aged blackheads skin arc freed freckles and all
as tan, and
I the few remaining kings, Al- world : and SoutliDakota-13,000.? part way up he slipped and fell in the large pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully

bert I of Belgium, met a tragic death "The Austrian government has ln; ascent. His body was not recovered clear, velvety and so soft-face looks
: Mercohzed Wax brings out
while practicing for his favorite sport, quired of the gO\-'ernments of France, ; years younger.
C*RANGE ,was stirred by a m 'stel'Ymurr I until after un intensive search. your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists.
mountain climbing ne Great Britain and Italy as to their at- Powdered
Attendants wound
that is 'connected with found a deep I
r the
was attempting, alone, titude with regard'to a dossier which'It I I Reduces wrinkles and saxolitil
his head and said there was no doubt
SCO.OOO.OUO Stavisky scandal. Albert I ply dissolve I
to scale n 90-foot pin- prepared with a. view of establishing and nco
\ been killed I witch hazel
Prince, counselor; of the Court of .Appeals that he had : Instantly.The
V nacle near Namur and German interference' in the internalaffairs
Y and the key witness in the 'Sta- place where the fatal accident
? .
probably of and communicatedto
fell, being Austria
lured from Paris and occurred \,'as'surroundeil bydeep
h visky .casc. was
killed. Hours The conversations whichhave
instantly 111910.! slain and l his body was tied to a rail- rocks and ravines rather,than by precipitous $1 Per Month Pays ,Up to $1,000
later his body was taken place' between? the three .
I subject'h"a road track' near Dijon and mangled slopes such as are found-in: the The Protective seocinlion.U.S.Nalional
found and carried to governments on this' ve Bank
Bldg., IVpt. W-15 Denver
train.' Alps, where the king: )fad spent manyof
by a offering Maximum Llb'H PROTECT'ON of
Brussels. Eliza shown they ;: view as to
Queen taken common In the connection Lhe Paris his climbing holidays. $1.000 OU for only SI.00 Men,Women
beth was ill and was the necessity "maintaining: Austria'sIndependence same ; and Children from 1 toO ollglblo. Send KoMoaty.
police announced they had discovered Th" heir to the throne is Crown .Simply send your name address ago
not told of the king's and Integrity in acc rd- I and name of benetlclary. A Life Certificate
evidence that Stavisky was an international Prince Leopold, duke of Brabant, thir- made out In yournamowill be sent fori'IlEKInspection.No
death for some hours.sta" 'ance-wjtlf relevant 'treaties. medical examination required.
"" The Belgian-, nationKing .. This pronouncement was proposed spy as well'as a : swindler ; ty-two years old. In 1920 he married No obligation.Thlsof fer limited wrlttoday..

Leopold that he was aided by a number, of Princess Astrid of Sweden. They havea
was pungedIn] In genuine by Premier Mussolini, who seeks to
women, and probably had sold Valuable princess daughter, aged seven, and
mourning, and 'nil the world sym keep Austria intact as a buffer state
information to the German gov- a son, the latter born in 1930. Succes'
pathized, for Albert :had won high esteem between Naziism and Fascism. It Is,-

by his heroism during .the. World I of cou'rse, directed to Hitler, who ernment. sion to the throne in Belgium is .auto RUBBER STAMPSand

war and his just government of his hopes that the government of Chancellor matic. The country is constitutional.

people.. l Dollfuss may be overthrown, if not A S THE fighting planes of the .and hereditary monarchy.. ofherMarb-ingDevices

Albert,is succeeded by Crown Prince! by force, then in elections. American army, with their guns I King Albert's body lay in state for WRITE FOR CATALOG ..,

"Leopold, duke of .Brabant, his eldest removed, began carrying the air mail several days 'while weeping thousands DIXIE SEAL & STAMP COMPANY -< -

son. Leopold is, thirty-t o years old S ENTIMENT in favor of the }Immediate over routes formerly covered by private passed by the bier; The state funeralwas ATLANTA GA.

and..was .married in 192G to Princess payment of the veterans' air line. compa- attended representatives of all

Astridof S Sweden( They have a daughter bonus Is so strong among the Dem'ocrats nies,. the senate, comm nations.

and a son. ".'The new ruler was in the house that the promise I t tee investigatingair Next day Leopold and Astrid were ..
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: soldiersIn of a veto by the Pres- mail contracts crowned in an elaborate ceremony in
probably one of the youngest resumed I and mall me;with your name and address to I.

the World war,. enlisting as' n private ident did.not deter 145 its Inquiry.The Brussels. I |I Chicago.LORD&AMES 1 will Inc.bring, 36O yon N.a Michigan free sample Avenue or, I|

when he was thirteen years old. representatives from main witness was The dead king won the admirationof | Loray. Faro Powder and details bow to make .
85 00 to$10.00 a week extra In your spare times J
He was treated as' an ordinary soldier, signing a petition to i Walter F. Brown, all 1 e world and the deep love of L

t. seeing active service in the trenches, '4 take the Patman bill postmaster general ,his people by his bravery and stead- .

i. 'and was a sergeant vhen'tbe armistice. from the committeeand under President Hoover fastness during the World war., Leo- 1m(f'W1i! .

was signed. } ; s. wN.+s, bring it up for .a ,' who has been accused pold enlisted in the Belgian army as "
12ih.AEROPLANE25c' ,
,f' The dead king's funeral was of YS vote on March 12. by his successor I. a private when only fourteen years Postp'd.Dnrilnm motor 0

r ,course a stately affajr. The procession Speaker Rainey had of collusion and old and served until the_ armistice. motor mounts balso special wood rubber wheels silk-tissno- wine. covering -

from the Brussels palace to the 'cathedral been to the White -- favoritism in the letting ,easily put together. Will take off ground by
Colonel Its own power.FKEE I To introduce this plane as
f of St.,Gudule washed by mounted House and returned of the contracts. Quickly as possible, to tho first ten boys ordering -
Lindbergh from each town. I will give a 10 In. Glider.
: gendarmes. who were followed by' with this message, : Mr Brown had denied I WASHINGTON BRIEFS I Gliders are lOc each or three for 25c. postpaid.
Send Coin or Money Order(no stamps).
{: British, Italian and French troops Wright Patman "I am authorized by the charges in a long statementand Willard E.Conner, Dept. 10, Manitou Beach, Mich.
t Then came the Belgian troops with the: President to say in appearing before the committeehe

crepe-draped flags. Albert's personal that this Is not the time to pay the waived the Immunity which generally Dr. Frank;: P. Corrigan, Cleveland FKESIIYS Leading Druggists Marvelous

,,' colors were carried just ahead of the bonus, and that he cannot approve any shields a congressional witness from, surgeon, was appointed' byPresident Discovery for Constipation. Sick Headache

t, gun, carriage that; bore the casket, and legislation to that effect" subsequent prosecution:. Roosevelt-to be minister to Salvador. Biliousness mailed 25c,box.Sour Corbett Stomach.& Co.Drug, <:Clarion!Stores Pa.or

his favorite charger, followed, the sad- But the members "went rlght.on sIgn- At the hearing Mr. Brown again

dle empty and field boots reversed In ing. Mr.. TIainey.was'. visibly disturbed, denied the accusations in detail, but ,C. Arthur Bruce formally resignedas OLD AGE PENSION INFORMATIONSend :

the stirrups. Next, walked Crown but said, in reply to Inquiries, "We're made admissions that were not, favorable executive ,officer of the lumber code stamp.

Prince Leopold, his brother, Charles, going .to' let the house do Just as it to the defense. authority, indicating "political pres- ,JUDGE LEHMAN Humboldt, Kan.

f and their brother-in-law, Crown: Prince pleases." Colonel Lindbergh, more or less in- sure" had been brought to force his

.- Umberto of Italy, the latter carefully Wright Patman of Texas, Democrat, volved in the air mail affair, gave to ac on., .stalk.Corn. $1.50.Thompsons Sericia Prolific scarified, early certified short 25a

f. guarded by police because of the attempt author'of the bill, told the house the the senate investigators a statement lb. Miln Thompson, Spring City, Tennessee

i 1f7 to assassinate him in Brussels measure woulcl provide the administration cf his aviation profits" as follows : Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney

;: In 1929. with the mechanism for carryingout 1. From sale of warrants to pur- (Dem., Wyo.), former assistant post WHEN SHES HE

L In the throng of notable persons in the Inflationary program It already chase stock In the Pan-American: .Air master general, was named deputy UPSETConstipation SUFFERS

1" the processions ,were representatives has embraced,-and that it would ways, $150SS4.SO. ... whip of the Democratic membershipin

!f: of all nations. Ambassador: Morris save the government billions of dol- 2. Salary from Pan-American- $10 the senate. %'

p' was there for the United States ; Pres- lars in interest. It seemed most likely: 000 a year. s. kc.7it

ident Lebrun and Premier Douinergue that the bill would be passed by the 3. Salaries of 7194.45 in 1931 and
The senate confirmed the nomination -
,-l'. headed the large French delegation' ;' house, and It may also get through the' $0,000 in 1932 and 1933 from Trans- of Philip; L. Sullivan and' William

senate, for the sentiment for It has continental ,and Western ..Air.'c
/: from the. of
England were prince
V- II. Holly, both of Chicago, to ,be fed-
Wales, Field Marshal Lord Allenby'and been steadily growing In that body. 4. From Transcontinental:Air'Trans- eral judges for-the northern Illinois .....:.... .,"' :- ;../ ',,;

Admiral Sir noger'Keyes; Ger- port (predecessor to Transcontinentaland Judicial district.Secretary : Drove

was represented by Dr.' Fried-. seven members of the house Western Air), $ ;jOOOO in 'cash,
: ONLY U AAfStft made her feel cross head-
rich von Keller, and Poland by Ignatz In the negative when the reinvested in that:company's stock and tier ,Wild achy,half-alive.Now she
Paderewski. 258,000,000,000 tax revision bill came later sold at' a $1 5G33.75 profit. of the Interior Harold L. ,has a lovable disposition new pep and vitality.

Next day Leopold was crowned, up for passage. It is. expected the 5. A $10,060 a year' salary as tech- Ickes fired all state public works ad- Heed ablyresultin Nature's poisonous warning wastes:Sluggish ravaeingyour bowels invan-system

senate will make alterations 'In nical adviser to the Pennsylvania rail- visory boards and all regiouat'easy -often the direct cause of headaches dizziness -
with Astrid on the throne beside him. colds,complexion troubles. NATURES:
The parliamentary reply to the newruler's the'measure for the purpose of fur- road for three years and a $1 a year money advisers. The step was takenas REMEDY-the mild, all-vegetable laxative-
of the of the safely stimulates the entire eliminative tract-
ther fortifying the ,statutes against salary since 1931. part closing up public
speech from the throne thanked strengthens regulates the bowels for normal;:
evasion.Of Losses: $554.75 from Investments In works;: administration following the al-, natural functioning. .
tIre for having given birth
new queen principal Interest to the other aviation companies prior to 1930. location some time ago of the last of .Get a 2Sc box o ...
to two children; insuring the perma- average today at your . ,
its three billion three hundred million '
nence of the dynasty. taxpayer Is the bill's readjustment of druggist's.

the income tax rate structure ,to pro- GEN. AUGUSTO SANDING, for dollar fund. Qci.ck relief for sad indigcs-.

vide a new normal rate of 4 per cent the leader of rebels In NIca- "TilMS"To bOn,heartburnOnly lOc.C

,CAPT. ANTHONY EDEN Is mov- and surtaxes starting at ,4 per centon ragua until a year ago when he made
Four Investment House
from capital to capital in Eu- .
with President Sacasa
net Income above $4,000 and rang- was mur-
rope'on the rather- hopeless mission of ing in graduated brackets to 59 percent dered by members of the national Directors Are Convicted

reviving the,disarmament negotiations. guard at Managua. His brother and
In Paris he was told on incomes of $1,000,000 or more. Portage, Wis.:-The four directorsof

by the seven big men .! ,The' new tax rates, however, will not two of his aides also were killed. The the defunct Joseph M. Boyd company -
crime was denounced by Sacasa and
1033 incomes.
effective PPH
be on
Madison investment house
of the French cabinet were
.' an Investigation was ordered for the
Generally the bill Is designed to
found a'Circuit
that France was unwilling guilty by court jury
prevent such tax evasion methods as government had guaranteed the livesof HANDS
"to reduce her here of charges growing out of the
Sandino and ,his followers while In
military power while were disclosed during the recent In- collapse of the firm.

the Nazi menace con- vestigations of the senate banking and the capital. Joseph M. Boyd head of the firm,

tinues,:and the French Currency committee Into stock market and, It. R. Kropf were found guiltyon

government had already I, practices. EVEN in a republic the people like all seven counts three charging quickly relieve

coldly refusedto read about'the doings of royalty violation of the state securities law chapping and roughness,

discuss the matter I -USTICE finally has caught up with so there has been much InterestIn and four alleging embezzlement of approximately apply soothing,
J the romance of Prince Sigvard cooling Mentholatuni.
with Hitler "while i 1 Roger Touhy of Chicago and two $235,000. .
...__ old
: Germany is rearm- .M:4 members of his notorious ,gang. Their twenty'six year- Alfred T. Rogers and Ray n. Far-

Ing." Concessions reAnthony Eden second trial for the kidnaping of John son of Crown Prince ness were convicted of violating the
Gustav Adolf of Sweden -
"" cently offered to the German chancellor Factor ended in a verdict of guilty, securities law, but were exoneratedon
: fell
Sigvard In
: had been mgt with Inconclusive the jury fixing the penalty .at 09 yearsin the embezzlement charges.
love with Erika Pat-
1' arguments, and with demands for? a the,penitentiary. .
zek, a German film To .Clear Whiten
; German army of 300,000 effectives, One Charles W. Mayo of Alabama,
actress: who Is little Twins Promoted to ,
which France rejected.. The most the with an accomplice, devised a fantastic g A

... French statesmen 'would say was that plot -for the kidnaping: of 'E. P. known middle and comes Army Captaincies and Beautify ,
from ,
they "looked'forward in a most gen- Adler, banker and publisher of Davenport /:
: family. The Washington.-First Lieutenants Her-. :.
eral manner toward the possibility of Iowa, from a Chicago, hotel. Both grandL'J
". determined to bert E. Baker and Herschel D. Baker, Dull Skin
; an International accord, equally hoped were caught and 'confessed, and then Dingy
"''. Erika but his twins, now attached to the Eighth ,
for by both parties on the question of Mayohanged himself in his cell. The"snatching"
:: disarmament. to be about father King Gustav, Field artillery, Schofield barracks ''Here is an inexpensive quicker
game'appears' Prince Sigvard
'' refused his consent Hawaii, have been promoted to way to skin beauty-a way that has
Discouraged but persistent. Captain played out. been tested and trusted by
he would be dis- women
and told Sigvard In the United States
,. Eden went on to Berlin and Rome for army. for over a generation. ; "rw'2: '
further conversations based the of St. Paul and Minne- owned If he persisted In his plan. were born in Waltonville, Ill., Novem- You can whiten, clear L f: '. ".:.:iJ,
: British OFFICIALS Nevertheless the young man, unableto ber 21, 1S96, the sons of Col. David and freshen your complexion '''". /'. .>
: plan for reduction of armaments considerably angeredby '
In Berlin all
,' get the necessary papers Baker of the medical remove
corps. '
statement made by Attorney Gen-
trace of blackheads .
., went to London with Erika andIt N t"-" .,;'
eral Homer S. Cummings In which he would freckles coarseness in i ., ./',Y.'
: said the Twin cities was reported the wedding ten days or less. Just : .' : a>
the time being the danger of a were "breeding Former Kansas'TreasurerGets ;
pfOR there on March 8. npplyNlI.dlDolaBleaching ,. "'"
take place (
European war arising from the Austrian grounds of crime. Mayor Mahoneyof '
Is well aware that If he Cream at bedtimetonight. ( :
The prince .
Socialist rebellion Is over. Great St. Paul telegraphed to Mr. Cum- marries the German girl he will for- 4 to 10 Years' Prison Nomassajfing ; ;..'. ">\:

t Britain, France and Italy have united mings demanding that he amplify his thenceforth Topeka, Kan.-Tom B. Boyd, former no rubbing. Nadinolaspeeds /'i$1i: :
and ,
'' ,.
his royal rights
f' feit Nature, purg : s < t't
to safeguard Austria's independence charges, but the attorney general'sonly state treasurer of
was sentenced -
will be Just "Mr. Bernadotte, but he ing away tan and < h'i
.. and while that holds no other nation reply was to say that' he meant apparently Is ready to give up everything to serve from four to ten freckles blackheads .,>. "

-.:, dare attack. Long conversations were what he said. Thereupon the mayor for love. In 1932. his cousIn years In the state penitentiary for Illegal muddy sallow color. You see day-by-

held In Paris by British Ambassador gave the Ramsey county attorney a Lennert married the daughterof removal of bonds from the treasury day improvement until your skin' ia :.

.. Lord Tyrrell Premier Doumergue, For- list of twelve persons!; Including Mr. Prince a Stockholm, Industrialist and Is vaults.. Boyd resigned In September all Bmooth you long lovely.for;Get creamy-white a large DOX satin-of '->- .l..:; -

eign Minister Louis Barthou, Capt. Anthony Cummings, whom he wished asked to
now known as Mr. Leunert Berna-. during the Investigation Into NADINOLA, only fiOc. No long
'IF. Eden, lirltish lord privy seal, appear before the grand Jury, which Is dotte. $426,000 forged Kansas municipal BO- waiting no disappointments; money

and representatives' of Italy, and the now In session. It was jald legal com C by Western Newspaper Union, 'curitles;: In the state treasury. back

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QUEEN .0r cards and spades in housekeeping right HERE ARE THE

Frances now 1"But
d (may. ParKinson those bills The figures beganto
eyes dance before her eyes. Anne, who

was never ,sick, began to realize that
T LACE \.... -r their ,horrible cavorting their sinister ACiD STOMACH
j leaping, were giving her a headache.
1 That night when supper was over. p......-...............................-.....

. Instead of curling up in Neal's arms, HAVE CONTROL OF i Neuralgia Feeling of Weakness _
',' ; lr r she faced him with grave determination. : Headaches Mouth Acidity
THE TURKEY FLOCK Nausea Loss of Appetite

"Neal," she said soberly, "I've been I: Indigestion Sour Stomach
-K -:1 I thinking things over. Our expenses. t
-: !1 ''I Need Free Range'Before the Nervousness Sleeplessness
6'f We've got to make;: them less. It Auto-intoxication

makes me unhappy not to have bills. Laying Season Starts.It .
paid promptly." WHAT TO DO FOR IT:

,"All right. I'll.' _draw some more. Is Important that the turkey I TAKE-2 teaspoonfuls of '-
I out of the hank." i 7 Phillips' MilK of Mag-
LiI- money" breeding be well controlled dur- ', nesia in a glass of water
r "That makes me unhappy, too." ing the season o'f egg production. Free every morning when you

k1t "Goodness, Anne I You're probablythe range may be allowed until about a v -DS get teaspoonful up. Take 30 minutes'another

,, T k ........ .... S.,.. v.... .CEsa unhappiest woman in Hinsboro." : month ,before the birds start laying.As ,? R after eating. And another
Li7PV"'<'''''' '>v "cvs '' ''''' '''ryv.- 7' \ 'f= -.t. """ I before you go to bed. ;
"Besides she continued relentlessly '
this time approaches, advises a ;
: Jr b A.rv1" OR-Take the new t
; SYNOPSIS bank, where his account was already and without noticing his levity. correspondent In Successful Farming, ?w Phillips'Milk of Magnesia .
". much depleted, and once the bills wen "you can't keep on,' much longer, draw- they are best put under control so that Tablets each teaspoonful- ont laUd as for directed :; '
those ing money out .of the bank, can you? their Instinct of stealing to nest above. '
through her inability to put not paid when of the following away
,;; finishing Disappointed touches to her costume for a dance, month came In, and there were ugly I mean, there isn't such an awful lot does not cause serious loss of valu- ...........................................:
Chamberlain is irritated by the stolidity left."
; Anne able hatching
Hildreth. A visitor in little words-"account rendered"atthe eggs. If you have Acid Stomach, don'tworry .:
.{-l' of her escort, George
of statements.. [t then "Look here, Anne, what's set you In the north well-managed turkeys about it.
i, ':'! the community, Neal Conrad, young lawyer, is top was Follow the simple ,
h:'.. to be the "sensation" of the evening, and Hil- that Anne commenced to do her sad worrying about money I earn It, start to lay early in the spring. Therefore directions given above. This small
,., dreth, Anne's suitor, is vaguely jealous. Con- little sums. don't I? 1 earn more and more all the It Is well to place the breeding dosage of Phillips' :Milk of Magnesiaacts
f'; rad is impressed by Anne, perceiving her fine time. And I ha"en't kicked at its going flock under control early and feed at once to neutralize the acids
character. A few days later she accompanies She roused herself from them at last a
that headache
;"_' him and his hostess, Mrs. Griffin, on a picnic, and. began her day's: work, for the first I'm just' as proud as I cap be- good laying'mash. Manage It the same and cause other distress. ,Try stomach it. You'll pains
t It: dipping into her scanty savings to buy suitable time, without joj ousness., It was "1 want to pay cash for everything. as.a flock of laying chickens should be feel like a new person. ..:
r'. "finery" for the trip from an old friend, Mr. I have plenty of time to go out and
child's play for her after her long, .managed. But-be careful REAL .
Goldenb rg. At the end of the day Neal declares you get
z: -:. his love. Anne has no doubt of her hard, drudgery at the farm, as far as I get things myself Instead of having Provide as large a range-as possibleso milk of magnesia when you buy,1
,.... ;: feelings and they become engaged. :The marriage actual labor was concerned: She them delivered And it's, possible even long as It. keeps the birds under genuine PHILLIPS' Milk of '.
is solemnized, quietly but impressively. to have nice without meat'I l I nesla.
i( / slipped out of bed In the morning suppers any control and, does not allow them to 'J
while Neal was still asleep, put the at all.-I'\e been studying food values. steal away ,to nest. A good shelter Is LIPS' is on the label. :J

pg \ CHAPTER VContinued12 clothes to soak, swept and] dusted,' Macaroni and cheese and cocoa and necessary: for them while the weatherIs ALSO kN TABLET FORM ,' ..'-.J'' ;

y-,: chilled his orange Juice, steamed his grapefruit make a very nourishing! still. cold ,and blustery, but as the Each tiny tablet is the .-

' "'. "A clo\er-leaf, of course, and Neal cereal, percolated ,his coffee. At first meat""Good season grows warmer they may be allowed equivalent of a teaspoonfulz ..,r..
:j': ,'";,, and I will have*martinis. After dinner he remonstrated with her; he liked to Lord" !," exclaimed, Neal.. to roost. In an open shed .protected of of Magnesia.Genuine Phillips' Milk r Ir rN, :;
"Besides. went on Anne,
|&:;> we'll) go to the theater. Have: you find her there beside him to kiss when from storms. .:
Sunday dinner MEMBER N.R.A, {
h"1 '".: .. ever been to Spain, Mrs. Conrad? Well!, he woke up-besides, there was ,no feeding too many people. A successful method of encouragingearly

>, -' you and Neal must run over soon-an need of it. But gradually the mental! for your family costs as much as egg production from turkeys Is Phillips' Milk of Magnesia .
everything eat the entire week, by 'J
7 we ,
: enchanting country !" satisfaction and deep physical comfortof to provide lights for the breeding'flock '
-;:; ," :. Madrid He suggested it as casually rising In a warm, tidy house, to a ourselves:-. :And. if we must 'pay back'every the same as for chickens. So long as
::; as George used to speak ol,drhing waiting breakfast perfectly cooked and time your friends ask us to"their the weather Is' bad-all feeding and Most :
Coughs 1
r" .; her Into Hamstead. But Anne steadied served, overcame his remonstrances,. houses, we'll have to stop going. watering equipment should be kept in- .",
5j herself' She mustn't betray her nerv- "Why,, Anne I never guessed you doors and cleaned often. After that It Demand Creomulsion

, '- .';. ousness, her provincialism, and embarrass l IIIllIII! LIII II(111111" V lYr?;! Y!U Y.*;fp. ''l I.IIII I. 'were 'so Inhospitable:' is well]] to keep thejeed and water supply -
: : who "I'm not inhospitable, but I'm hon from the buildings. Mhold.
(.f'-; Neal-Neal was really lt' away ; Don't let them get a strangle :
:if?:: ., twice as wonderful as this attractive est. It tsn'honest to feed'orie group Nests for turkeys; may be made of .' Fight germs quickly. Creo .

:>. stranger. Mr. Hathaway did not, after ( l l lJ lW of peopleSvith food for which we" ha'en'tpaid barrels. Little Individual huts roomy mulsion combines 7 major helps In ...':;,
;;., ,; all, make many conversational, de- ( ;another group of people. ; enough to be comfortable are also sat- one. Powerful but harmless. Pleas- J ,

".+,,. '.', mands upon her-it was only necessary Neal did not answer. isfactory. ,. ant to take No narcotics. Your, h
f?'" ': f,:.: that she. should follow nis .dashing "I want,you';' said Anne, "to give me Broody turkeys are much easier to own druggist. is authorized to re-' '-.J::
+ lead., this Inwardly stumbling .- thirty rlnllars, the first of every month, chfckens. ..
L:. And break up than broody Confinement fund your money on the spot if ..'i
:". but outwardly sure-footed. she the rest',nf.this winter. I'll do the best' for one .tO'three days usually]] your cough or cold is not relieved :".j
;. : managed to do. I.can withit If I can save out of It in which '
:. cures them of the notion, ,after by Creomulsion. (adv.), :"J
:" The two men plunged Into politics ; one month, 'we'll have company the they soon resume laying. A good .- ,
t; -realas talking very frankly. He 1 next. If ,J can't we won't: In the turkey wllklay betwjeen 35 and 40 eggs

::: F was! thinking seriously, he said, of'run spring, if 19u' e earned: : enough to put by May 15. .'.?,-
i. ning for mayor, but it took so"uch back.all you've:'taken out of the bank,

:" '; = :" money, and he wasn't 'sure the ma-. and' i have enough left over to increase BLACKMANJ

'I.fl"'t chine was ''friendly.xeZ : my allowancesay to forty: dollars, we Hatchability' of EggsIs

[ ;:::...: Later, while they'were, .getting' their .canli'ave ,company, every week If you Influenced by Feed 11 STOCK and POULTRY "
t": 'fj.:::" hats ,before'st rting' for.;.the theater, want to-first your family, then.,some
";:;;:;-r?;, : he and Hathaway had'a -moment alone. of your friends. But of every increase Because proper sorts_ of feed for Medicines are Reliable =,;jBlackman's
" ,, .':' : };-- And asked question. want to the poultry flock Influence the hatchability -
; Hathaway a you' give me, -l. you p.utthe
ti : ;- "- N ""Where did 'you find her Neal?" :' sane amount back into the bank." I of eggs, some hatcheries In Medicated Lick- r:1"

,; \/ .: t.J "In a place 'called West Hamstead, A I' :'"Anne, I've been;' mistaken In your Ohio pay premiums to poultrymen A-Brik 'j'.

-""-'-" Vermont, about two months ago. She character.: I see you're a cold, calculating whose eggs hatch the most chicks, e Blackman's Stock Powder .
h: taught the district school. She's the I woman.". according to It. 'E. Cray, extension o Blackman's Cow Tonic :;:'

;: : daughter of the village ne'er-do-weel." L1 : ."Oh; Neal, darling Don't say that, specialist In poultry husbandry for o Blackman's Char-Med-Sal ?
the Ohio State
:. "Areyou: In earnest even in fun !" university. (for Hog) ;:" y.
: "Never 1 help It when. Hatchability of egg's depends In part o Blackman's Poultry Tablets
more so.
: .:;;i. ; "After Dinner We'll! Go to the Theater. "How can you pro
\:, ,;::,.:" Clarence ,Hathaway whistled softly. Have You Ever Been in Spain, Mrs. pose to, starve;: me?" upon three factors which are under o Blackman's Poultry Powder

7 ::: ,)1,:. "Any more' like her left behind Conrad?" "I jlon't. propose to. starveJyou.; : the control of all poultrymen. More Highest Quality Lowest Price
.7'!:?- ; "There's no one," said Neal, "like You'll hardly .know the ,difference ,fertile eggs are obtained from flocks

'. her In the whole world." In the evening,_he came home to the The tears were very near her lashes{ fed a green food, milk, and supplied Satisfaction Guaranteed or
d- -' +i.1-, Clarencewhistled, again. "I'm Inclined -. same shining order, the same complete her lips were' trembling ; but she stood vitamin D, says Cray. your money back.

'" .::-<' to think you're right," he re refreshment. There: was never cool her:ground, even through. Neal's' onslaught Green food may be supplied either BUY FROM YOUR DEALER
;:' ';' '' marked. "However, I'm glad there's soup or lukewarm salad ; and half an In the form of alfalfa or soy bean

I t: ;;:. one. She'll do very well, as you said: hour' after:. they had finished supper, Finally I without having given her a hay, or by adding alfalfa leaf meal toth'e BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.

'7;;;':ys.-A" In the governor's mansion." the dishes had been put away, the gas' definite answer, he absolutely refusedto dry laying mash. I Chattanooga, Term.DOCTOR'S .

,;%. '.. "I didn't .say," protested Neal. stove was cold, the kitchen dark, and discuss the question any further, Feeding both milk and, green food
: :i ;::> "Well, you better. Allons, mon she was curled up against his shoulderIn She could see that he, as well as her sometimes Increases the proportion

:.?;" 'y', :.,;: chrr." the big Morris chair that, was so self, was''htirt. Perhaps she, was makIng of eggs that 'hatch as much as 10 or ANSWERS
'" Still later, lying In the curve of hideous, but which held them both so .a mistake. She was nothing but 12 per cent. Feeding one and not the To Questions _

<.," .'':,1 ':, Neal's arm, Anne thought' it.,all over:'- luxuriously."One .. an' Ignorant Inexperienced little country other Increases hatchability slightly. By P. C. Cripps, M. D. ;A--\
:.;,;1: .' :.' the strange meeting, the stranger visIons thing I'll never fling In your girl, presuming to dictate to him. Vitamin D",may be supplied eitherIn Q. I'get attacks of indigestion -
: '
,l",'\. of new worlds to conquer which' face," Neal chuckled ,more than ,once Yet Instinctively she felt though she cod liver oil or by submitting the up around and the my gas heart presses, I b ,
,1" :
.< : r followed, it How many worlds were when they were thus comfortably set- did not know that she was right. flock to direct rays from the sun on belch gas frequently and 4 >
: -: thlre'yet to be revealed to her? She tled, '''the bread that mother used to I "' (TO BE CONTINUED.) a winter range. Fed even to birds on I have tw a my burning chest sensation What ? a '

: c"-,..;; had already glimpsed so many of the range, cod liver oil beneficially can I da to kelp this
; which she had never dreamed, these -'r"r"r"r" ..rr"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r" r"r"r"r"r"'r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r" -:- -'r"r"'r"r"Fing'er -::.- affects hatchability. condition T-"A nxious."
Ans.-Usually such cases are benefited by
" last weeks: And now It was tltir last strict diet vegetables or milk. A good Ionic
;':. Ightln Washington, the last night of Rings for Every Variety of like Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
BreedersVigor is used by many people and has my greatest
their honeymoon, and in the morning Choosing confidence{ To be had at any drug store
Purpose Popular Through the
they would be going back to Ilinsboro, I ,, Ages and health are more, Important -

., to the little four-room apartment, to than all]] else In selecting a turkey District( Bfnnaffcr for this district Make $50
,1 hard work: and everyday existence., ,Rings have been made for all pur that .of Ethelwulf, king of Wessex breeding flock. Vigorous, fast to Policy: $100 for and. $1.25'up weekly'monthly., selling A New$1.000 Deal' Life In ;.

-- Yet, there seemed something about this poses-as love tokens, as weapons, as and father of Alfred the Great. Nat- growing, early maturing, blocky young Lifer Protection 25% renewal commission
encounter with Clarence Hathaway Inoculators of poison as emblems of urally rings continued to be made in toms are preferred for breeding. enables Writ for;you full to particulars.create permanent Agency Income.Dcpt. _

thatVas pregnant with meaning-with friendship and of authority, and as England 'after. the Conquest: though Young hens are preferred to old ones 501 Ilildcbrnndt HI Off., Jacksonville, Ha.

promise, with prophecy. ornaments-according to an article in the art of the ring maker showed because they generally lay earlier and "

4 1 t i a Jeweler's trade magazine. Moreover, slow development. lay more eggs, except In the case of

When they reached Hinsboro, they they have been made of all kinds of "During the Middle ages the ring specially selected layers. Cod liver oil II for II :

had to begin, right away, to econ' metals from iron to platinum.In became more and more closely con fed to the turkey breeding flock Insures IILI'OUSNISSS "i
omize. They had spent more money Roman times, says the article, nected with the lives and ceremoniesof health, shell texture and higher hatch- :

than they expected. But that, Neal the wearing of rings was so generaland individuals, and of nations as well. ability and livability of the poults, according Sour stomach |j .

said with a laugh, was, of course, to be so Important as to cause the mod- Indeed, says one authority, so great to the Nebraska Agricultural and headache
expected And Anne laughed, too, I ern students of custom to study the had become the vogue for finger rings college]] A good laying mash kept be- las jj
when he said It. But after he had progressive changes In the regulations and so brilliantly did the goldsmiths fore the hens at all times will stimulate =' clue jfo Hi 1

gone to his office, she sat still, with a governing such wearing and of conceive new modes and fashions that earlier laying as well]] as greater CONSTIPATION |

_. .- pencil and a piece of paper In her the metal of which they should be In 13C3 under Edward III It became production. Boxes about 30 Inches : --

>."''<=: ":" hand, and did sad little sums' before made. necessarY' to pass a law restrictingthe square or barrels laid on the side .

,;t ()5, she even washed the breakfast dishes The Iron ring played an Important wearing of gold Jewelry, particu:. make suitable nests. Brush piled ever L I' "'"

,.,.>;7.!'; f or made the bed part' among the early Romans as a larly to persons owning the equivalent these makes them more tempting to :
: ':..:: /:;;.: It had- sounded huge, the amount mark of Individual) honor. Later, the of $1,000 'worth of property We the hens. Seven or eight nests shouldbe

: ?:, .. they could ,count on for housekeeping, gold ring w.as: used by the highest know that tiy'that time rings were enough for 30 hens, ,adds the college talotabsTRADE J
..' "';' ,'."' '. :when Neal first told her about It ; and classes. By the end of the Third cen- used for many purp.oses-for wed- i 1 1I

.- here It was melting away to nothing tury A.: D., every free born Roman dings, betrothals, as love tokens and
In her careful hands, just as could wear a gold ring. On days of seals and for wear as regal and ec- Hatchable Pullet Eggs MARK RE0.
: those-steaks and chops melted away national mourning, the gold rings were clesiastical Insignia.
In Neal's mouth, the Instant he got laid aside as a mark of sorrow and "From the dawn of the Renaissanceand If pullets have been In productionfrom I '

home, at night, starving hungry. respect and Iron rings were substi even before, the art of the ring 60 to 90 days before the eggs are tot sst@
and have been
selected for hatching .
"My, but you're a 'good cook, honey tuted. maker In Europe gave opportunity
mated with cocks the chicks
-another helping, please, and lots ot "From! Rome, fashions In rings for. the work of the finest craftsmenIn vigorous
butter gravy-just floods of It, all spread throughout Europe," the arti- metals." should be satisfactory, according to Wherever the Itchin
The {
North Carolina State college.
,, off, around the baked potato. And stick a cle says: "Whereas various peopleshad Platinum was not used by the ancients Whatever the Cause
*: .piece of bread In It, too-'flsh In the worn rings, the Roman Influence because this precious metal factors of good management for the

. 'V' .:. pan' we'used to call that when I was a gave signlflcwice. to many kinds ,ot had not been Identified until lessthantwo pullets, however, will have considerable ResinolReHees
the question. A bal-
bearing on
.' kid f rings. Early In English history, we hundred years ago. Since the
be reinforced
anced ration should fed,
I Neal did not complain about the find, ring making had an Importantpart turn of the present century however, tested cod-liver oil it Quickly
with biologically
bills j and he praised her cooking as In art craft: Among the famous the use of this metal for rings and a
where green feed Is not available. The Sampto ttt*.Write Rnlnol.Dept.JS
I he praised everything else she did. But known rings are some that belongedto I for other ornamental purpose hail should be well ventilated. Balttmor*.Md. *
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News regretted that our highly placed Censure, -That which, like' light- things new and old."
The United States senators are kept so ning, strikes highest. iIUhiLp tbool The parables of the treasure and

Published every Friday In Clewiston, completely engaged with other Depression-A period of time in the pearl show the.::value of salva-

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, things that they cannot concentrate which we have to do without what tion.
I ,, ,,
influence the Icon r v '
Inc. their on thing : our parents never had.

their state needs most from the gov- Peace-The reward of right REVEALS
Keathley Bowden, Editor at Washington. I INDUSTRIAL SURVEY
ernment 1 thinking. I DEVELOPMENT
It is of little direct concern to 99 |I Fear-Apprehension of a happening For March 11, 1034. '

out of 100 Floridians whether they j ,which seldom comes. --
second class mail mat- Jacksonville, March, 7, (FNS)- -l
Entered as -
change the rules for Wall Street Politician-One who goes thru Subject: Parables of the Kingdom. con- ,
1927 at the Post The recent Industrial Survey
ter February 1, ,
gambling. Few play the market and ; many victories down to defeat; Golden Text: "Of the Increaseof '
Florida under ducted by the CWA in cooperation
Office In Clewiston, ,
the rest have only an academic interest while the statesman goes through his government and peace there Com- .
with the State Chamber of
Of March 3 1897.
the Act ,
in whether or not there is a many defeats up to certain victory. shall be no end." Isaiah 9 : 7a. interesting in-
merce reveals some
Chinaman's chance of winning. So The last definition, judging from : Lesson Text: Matthew 13: 31-33, dustrial developments 'in Florida.

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. far as the vast majority of us are the sagacity of Governor Pollard'snew I 44-52. A plant in Taylor county' established -

Advertising rates on application. concerned they can gamble up there dictionary, will never be appliedto Time of lesson: Late in 28 A. D.; several years ago by a large

\ with or without rules.It him, except for the latter part. Place.-Jesus taught from a boat automobile manufacturer for the

would no doubt be pleasant for Everyone of his definitions is near the western shore of Lake production of hardwood, for car bod-
Devoted to the advancement and the people of Florida to feel that the meant for a whole editorial. But we Galilee .
ies; an industry in Citrus county
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry United States is protected by a navy haven't the space for that. We'll In the 13th chapter of Matthew producing pencil slats from native

County. second to none. But if it continuesto leave it to the reader to make his Jesus spake 8 parables: The Sower cedar which are exported to Ger-
be second or even third, it isn't own conclusions.-Chipley Banner.
; the Tares; the Mustard Seed; many to be made into pencils; a
likely that we shall miss any meals the Leaven; the Hidden Treasure Tal-
; giant fuller's earth near
of orders to leave Greece
stay much sleep. A treaty strength
nor the Pearl of Great Price; the Net of lahassee phosphate mines, long an
prolonged Samuel Insull's stay in navy may be highly desirable but i TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY Fishes; the TeacherHouseholder.This important; product for fertilizer; a
that country. To stay or ,not to Florida has no steel manufacturingor
stay is an important question to him.It shipbuilding, industries to whetup I 13th chapter of Matthew is large paper mill at' Panama City now
called the sermon by the sea, or of in operation; and other less publicized -
local excitement over the matter. k '
have been a state-wide the parables. "A parable is an illustration ; industries have a far reaching
may The Wilcox bill, however, touches
R; -: \ of a religious truth by a economic value to the state.
beauty contest that named a ,Miami practically all of us. The taxpayersof ( BY
girl "Miss Florida", but it couldn't l narrative from ordinary life-A nar-
nearly every city in Florida awaitits
have been a mere coincidence that passage with hope. They hear ( :W, RUSSELL KAYI rative fictitious but agreeable to the PENNSYLVANIA- VETERANS. TO

the five highest girls in the contest that it passed the house and is tied ":"?,,<". f laws and usages of human life, by RECEIVE MONEY FROM:: STATE
which the duties of men, things of
were all residents of the Greater
up in the senate where we have two
thought I was get through God and nature of" God's Kingdom
Miami area.Miami's
powerful memWers. And, remem- (Editor's note: ) The following
this winter without a cold but old are portrayed. parable is not a
bering that Mark Wilcox and Hardin article descriptive of an act passed
winter somebody came along I proverb, nor a fable nor
man or an allegorybut
Best Advertised Department Peterson are only freshmen in con- by the Pennsylvania State Legisla-

Store Is, featuring an exclusiveline gress, the voters are beginning to and slapped me down a couple of a simile limited to conveyanceof ture, providing for payment of bon- \
of cosmetics made largely from wonder if the advantage of eminent days ago, so I'm writin' this hooey religious truth. uses to any individual who was resident -

citrus fruits. The large concernsof seniority is all it has been crackedup propped up in bed and if you don't When Jesus ended his second tour of Pennsylvania at the time

the state are certainly doing their to be.-Fort Myers NewsPress.And think it's a bigger pain than the oi.e of Galilee he stopped at a house of enlistment in the U. S. Naval or ..

Florida and Florida iu my; back you just don't know.I (probably the home of Peter) wherehe '
share to boost it remained for Senator Pope, Military forces. It is published by -t

products at every opportunity. (P. S. Democrat of Idaho, to presentan didn't want a doctor but the Missus taught and healed for a day. request as a matter of informationto

If you don't know which departmentstore amendment to the Costigan su- insisted on send In' for one., He When the house would not ac- Veterans.

that is, you aren't like Will gar bill to 'eliminate all restrictionson was a nice young fellow, very pro- comodate the crowds Jesus went The State of Pennsylvania has
fessional and serious. I tried to kid
Rogers, for he reads the papers.) sugar production in continental down to lake Galilee and seated him- passed an Act known as the Veter-
I him but didn't to first base.
United States and to reduce the get self in a boat which was pushed outa an's Compensation Act, which was

Today's best: A year ago if a quotas alloted foreign nations. An I He went right thermometer on about his bus- few yards from the shore on approved by Governor Pinchot on

man had $100 in gold in his pocket amendment that Florida Senators iness, stuck a under which large crowds were gathered.
( on 8)
he was a law abiding citizen. If would do well to make one of their my tongue, felt ..my'pulse, thumped Here he began his sermon on para-

he had a pint of whiskey in his major efforts this session. me here and there and then took bles as set out in chapter 13.
out his pocket radio and tried to
pocket he was a criminal. Today if The parable of the sower."Behold -
see If he could get new stations J. l'OUSJEI
he has $100 in gold in his pockethe DISCOURAGED? READ THIS a sower went forth to sow; I
j "Asthma ever trouble you? he
is a criminal, and if he has a asked, while he took pad out of some seeds fell by the wayside, and Counselor and Attorney at Law

pint of whiskey in his pocket he The devil, as the story goes, helda the fowls came and devoured them Hopkins Building
his startedwritin'
pocket and an
is a law abiding citizen.-DeFuniak convention attended by many ,: up: some fell upon stony ,places,
somethin' In latin. Wednesdays and
essay or ,:; Saturdays
Springs Breeze.A imps. He instructed the imps.to go where they had not much earth- '
"Never menthe said, "Is 9:30 to 4:00
out into the world and sell discouragement : and when the sun was up-and be-
she blonde or brunette?
Californian last week claimedto totbe'human race. cause they had no root, they with-
F' "Go ahead and be.funny: he replied -
be the champion needlethreaderof One imp' approached an average :'but she's been known to ered away. And some fell among? Watches Clocks,;;Jeyiolry: .

the United States-whatever that man. "Aren't you discouraged?" he thorns; and the thorns sprang up,
,up'iughts. Jewelry
keep many a guy Repairing!
honor may' mean. But Florida was asked. and'choked ,them: but others fell

not to be outdone, even in this, C. "No," ji5lied: -the* an.i'I can't I "You got' a bad' wheeze. .. he went into good ground, and brought fort W. H. 'MERRITT

M. Smith of Fort Pierce went 2 say that I am." ,' I on. -.. I fruit, some a hundred fold, some WATCHMAKER,&)E'VELERRear'

threads' better' by. poking 94 threads "How' about the banks that are Yeah," I said, '"'/this kind of sixty fold, some thirty fold."

size 70,.'through, a..'number.:* 4: needle. closed?" the "imp 'asked.: weather is enough to"jeyelop( static, "In verses 18' to 23 (which,.we, ask or' -

Even at that we'll "bet the' Californ- "I guess I am a'lIttlEi'" discouraged but ,don't take,.it. so hard' Doc.; just you to 'read) Jesus explained" 'the \ .j -. -Clewiston' Drug,1 Company.

ians wife and the Floridian's wife ," the man :admitted. give me somethin' to recharge my parable of .the 'sower.., Then Jesus CLEWISTON ;;- FLORIDA

still, sew buttons on ,their shirts. "How about 11 million' people ,battery and I'll be all right., spoke of the Tares, '"The kingdomof P. O. Boy ,521 ,,

out of work?" Why do doctors have to act so heaven is likened unto a man who "We Are Here -

We are: reliably, informed that the "Yes, I'm discouraged," the man | cockeyed serious'an'd ;solemn'? Why I sowed good seed in his field: but ThStay"

and conceded.The don't, they tell a guy ,what's wrong while his
pinochle, rummy poker gameson I men slept, enemy came and

Atlantic, avenue, about which imp reported to the devil, with him instead oft-takin' all his I sowed tares among the wheat,. and '

there has been who said "Go measurements, lookin': over all the went his '
some gossip, have self, somebody else. way.-So the servantsof
been discontinued. The imp 'approached another man, J dials on the instrument board 'and I;, the householder came and said "

We also understand "Aren't then kee ln' It a secret. unto him At Clewiston Drug Stores .
that the boys you discouraged? he asked. didst not thou sow

will not have to go far to find an- i "No," the man roared. Honest when this guy got throughI good seed in thy field? from whence For Groimditch ,and Athlete's

other one.-Delray Beach News. I "Look at the banks that are closed didn't know any more than I ,did then hath it' tares? He said unto Foot

That remark, would apply to lots I ," the imp suggested. when he came. He could have said them, An enemy hath done this. The

of places besides Delray. Anyone "Look at the banks that are you need a new gasket, or you're'pumpin' servants said unto him, wilt thou 25c

,. can stir up a poker game, nearly anywhere open," the man replied. too much oil, or you got a then that we go and gather them'I

"Look at the people who don't leaky radiator or somethin'. But up? I|

have jobs." no, all he does is just look wise and But, he said, Nay; lest while ......................................................:........................ '.
Women seem to be holding "Look at the who say "take this und that and I'll see ye
the people
,do. gather up the tares root also _:
you tomorrow." ye up :5 SEA FOOD MARKETi ::
lime-light lately. A woman: ,has, "Stocks are low." the wheat with them. Let both :

for the first time, been'appointed The "values are, there. Don't argue If I' had a nervous or fretful na- grow together until the harvest: and :;: LUNCHES :t: -

judge of a federal circuit court of,. with me go to the!devil" ture I could have got all worked up in the time of harvest I will to .:. .t.. ;

appeal. Another has painted the official The imp went to -report to the and worried and sure enough sick, the reapers, Gather ye together say first :;: J. G. MARTIN: :!: ?

portrait of the President. The devil.. tryin' to figure out what it was he the tares and i
bind them in bundlesto FIRST DOOR NORTH.POOLE'S GRO. :: :
"first. lady" makes an ocean flight i "Did you sell the second prospect knew that I ,didn't-. but,,maybe the burn them; but gather the wheat t :. LABELLE. FLORIDA i;-
to U. S. Insular ?" the poor doctor didn't ..
devil "
possessions in asked ;
West Indies. The the : 'No I didn't and he figured silence knoy.anythin' into .my barn." '..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
rest of the wo- the imp replied. was the best
;l C ,'men in today's news are not quite so "He sold me. Now I'm discour way to keep me from findin' out. And again he said, "The kingdomof I

( noteworthy, two murdresses and a II aged.-El Cajon Valley News. Any in way you look at it a doctoris heaven seed, is which like to a man a grain took of, mustard and- .........................................................................................
I woman sheriff whose publicity, has ( a tough spot. A fellow usually
f been decidedly unpleasant.FRESHMEN DEFINITIONS NOT IN thinks he is ,sick when 'he sends for sowed in his field: which indeed is
-, aid the least ,of all seed: but when it is
a DICTIONARY and if he isn't, the doctor hatesto

AND SENIORS come out and tell him so, on account grown, it is the greatest among Good FarmLand

of the ,disappointment both I herbs, and becometh a tree, so that
America has long been In need the birds of the air come and lodge
r ways. On the other
In Washington'our hand, if there
of a realistic dictionary. Too long in, the branches thereof." and "An
senior senator is is somethin' serious the matter the
finding his ,
t time
have we relied on Webster, who other parable spake he unto them
fully occupied in poor Doc don't want,,to frighten his :
exposing the evil A.
accurate enough if far ;
from The Kingdom of Heaven is like unto
I deeds of Wall Street. It is no doubt patient so he keeps mum about
teresting. Governor John G. in-I that too.After leaven, which a woman took, and hid
an important
public service and Sent lard of Virginia has taken in three I
measures of meal, (about for RentTrespassers
ator Fletcher is making a thorough one dose out of the brown
from his political duties
to one bushel
bottle ), till the whole was
job of it. was a hundred per, cent bet-
pile a vest pocket connotary which ter. leavened.=--Again, the kingdom of
In Nobody could keep
Washington .o' junior on takin' it
appeal to all Americans. heaven is
hid in
and live
as chairman of thenaval affairs so I figured I' better get
While Governor Pollard's political well a field: the which when a man has
committee, is so impressed with the make it snappy. No won-
l. problems of the United States efforts may not bring him, undying der he wrote the. in found, he selleth all that he hath,
k navy fame, this vest pocket, size book and buyetlf that field.
Again, the
r that he, was unable; the'other day, latin. I got a name for the stuff,
should. Here are a few samples kingdom of heaven is like
but it a
to down printable.
run to Florida for a meeting One mouth-
J of the state democratic commit- from it: full of that and it: sure takes what merchant man, seeking pearls; who I

.... Committee of men when he
group little mind had found one pearl of
J tee. When SenatorTrammell
:- doesJ you have right off any
J--- >t have time to take a look at ,his who keep minutes and waste hours. thing else that might! be both jrfn' great price, went and sold all that Will Be
Bore-r-A man who talks about he had
and bought it. Again, the
fences in a campaign better
year no
himself when you want to talk about you.I kingdom of heaven is like unto
I testimony that he Is busy is necessary yourself.' guess when I get up from here, ProsecutedThe
'... I'll just take advantage of an invitation net, that was cast Into, the sea, and
Dachelor.-A man who has lost I received gathered of every kind: which, whenit I!
In Washington the Wilcox bill front-Avery ,,Pow-
i toj j I the opportunity of making some ell, widely read was full, they drew to shore, and
of the
help bankrupt cities out of their fi
woman miserable.
"" gathered into but
the vessels
senate sub-committee. The Jacksonville Times Union, to 'come good ....
energetic Hash-The substance of things cast the bad away. So shall it be at

,r-... Congressman Wilcox and his hoped for; the evidence of things boat.up and He spend tells a week on his house .I the end of the world: the angels
Florida me the fish up there I
colleagues in the house gotit which have been.JuryTwelve shall come forth, and sever the
through that, body and obtained are so thick you have to push 'em I
men chosen to decide j. wicked from among the just, and
out of the
to- for it the blessing of President who is the best way to get your hook in II
.' lawyer. the water I cast them into the furnace of
t Roosevelt but the 'senate has and they throw back everything -
never Originality- Undetected ,
imita fire-Jesus: saith unto them,
moved to take it up. under five pounds. Sounds
tion. ClewistonCompany
like have ye understood all these things?
a good
ii L: Florida is perhaps mildly interested Pink Tea--Giggle, gabble, gobble, place to recuperate. I II They say unto him, Yea, Lord. Then
in reforming Wall Street. '
Flor git.
:' said he unto them, therefore every
ida Is patriotically' interested in the Refinement-Abfl1ty to yawn Sun 'Time scribe which is instructed unto the .

American navy. But Florida is vitally without opening your mouth. The sundial, as a means of telling kingdom of heaven is like unto a I

interested In the Wilcox bank But all is not frivolity in tha time, was first'used by the Chat man that Is an householder which ,
"uJI.e. bill ,mid H 1 irt! grwUy! to b<4 G4'ttuC: .1eons ..
91iElal4lytl WHnA.Hn .. .
tart l bl'lulllth forth h
out of treasure .. ._. .
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stanley, of high, Mrs. Munroe, consolation. In way down the court. I I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAX
I 'Lado'ga< Ind., spent several days in section B Mrs. Bestor received the The girls lost a hard DEED
Personal MentionC. I
I Clewiston this week. high pri:e, Mrs. Beardsley the sec- to the Lake crew. by a

ond high, Mrs. Hill the consolation.Miss gin, the final score being NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

Mr., and Mrs. A. H. Dresser, of Vilma Rhodes held the lucky ,day afternoon the girls That FOSTER MEREDITH, holderof
Nelson, of Jacksonville, was a Eaton, N. Y.have been visitors here card and received the cut prize. South Bay for the last Tax Certificate No. '803, 7th day
:.' business ?visitor here Thursday. for several days. Mrs. O. H. Scharnberg was presentedwith season. of July, A. D. 1930, has filed said
4., the guest prize and Mrs. Rowanof certificate 'in my office and made

r '-- M. S.. Wright, of South Bay, was a W. S. Cowart, Walter Nail and R.: Jacksonville received' the out of AIRPORT NOT TO BE application thereon in for accordance tax deed with to issue law.,

business visitor here tfhuisday. the week-end in Ft. town guest prize. Said
: J. Morton spent certificate embraces the fol-

.'.. ,_. _., Myers on a fishing trip. I--- Despite the rumored lowing described property situatedin
v .MRS., POOLE IS 'ELECTED ation of CWA work, Hendry County, Florida, to-wit:
;. L,. D .Gravely and W.. W. Hooks, "
;AID 'PRESIDENT Lot 4 Block 156
I its
Mr. and Mrs. R.D Williams, of LADIES have airport. Clewiston.
of LaBelle, are in Clewiston today on The assessment
of said
Gordon received property
Columbus, Ohio, were in Clewiston Perry a
; business .1 Wednesday.Mr. The March meeting of the Ladies from Washington, D. C., under the said certificate issued
? was in the name of C.
C. Klutts.
Aid of the Clewiston Community in which, the following
: Unless said certificate shall be
c R. L. Murray, of Miami, is spending and Mrs.; G, E. Etherton spent church was held at the home of Mrs. "---no injustice will be according to law, tax deed redeemed -
: '
; a. few days in Clewiston on bus: Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harvey I. M. Pafford Thursday afternoon. towns with airport will issue thereon on the 12th day

iness. Etherton in Moore Haven, sMrs. The members present were: Mrs. J. consultation." Mr. Perry of March, A. D. 1934. .

E. Beardsley, Mrs. W. S. Furgess, that no mention is made Dated this 9thyday of Feb., A. D,

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill spent the R. M. Redelsheimer and son, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. E. C. proval being necessary 1934.

week-end in Miami. Billy, have returned: after spendinga Mills, Mrs. H. McDuffie, Mrs. C. W. since LaBelle has a natural WILLIAM T. HULL,
few weeks in Miami. MacDonald, Mrs., R. Y. Patterson, little work to be done it is .(SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court,

; J. B. Parker, of ..Ft. Myers, was --' Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. George Royal, that what work is needed Hendry County, Florida
, a business visitor here Tuesday. Major and Mrs. Dunham of New Mrs. Lewis; Mrs. Gayle MacFaddenand done. Feb. 9, 1934-5t

'r: 'Ie Orleans, La., were guests of the a visitor Mrs. Van Horn.

S-: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen were Clewiston Inn Tuesday.Mrs. The election' of the new officerswas REV. CARLSON ,\
':: visitors in Palm Beach Tuesday. held and the results were: Mrs.G. NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR

.- .. F. A. McKenzie has returned C. Poole, president; Mrs. J. E. Reverend R. E. Carlson,.
k::1. ..,. L. A. Turner spent the week-end from a several week's stay at her Beardsley, vice-president; Mrs. Barney the Methodist Church, who NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

r" in Okeechobee visiting' his fammily. home in Lakeland. Thomas, treasurer and Mrs. confined to his home with a That Mrs. M. D. Royals, holder of

if ..' Pafford, secretary. The next meeting tack of malaria fever and Tax Certificate No. 958 of the 7th

f:5: Nat C. Wilson and Henry M. Baker Father Francis J. Finnegan, of will be April 5th at the homeof cold is out and around and day of Sept., A. D. 1931, has filed

':" of Washington, D. C., were here St. Margaret's returned this week Mrs. Beardsley. continue conducting his said certificate In my office and
':" Tuesday transacting business. from two week's visit in New York. vices in his usual made application for tax deed to is
sue thereon in accordance with law.
: .. Carlson says a Methodist
; H. LaBelle Said certificate embraces the follow.,.
r!, Mrs. A. J. Chenet, of New,Smyrna, Mr. and VanHoy, of is too busy a man to be ing described property situated in

:'<;: is here for a few days visiting Mr. : Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Chaun- a little thing like malaria. Hendry County, Florida, to-wit:

.r; Chenet at the Clewiston Inn. I cey, of Lakeland, and Mrs. Lenora News ItemsP. 8)I Lot 14 Block 409 Clewiston.

Jacob and mother were guests of SWIMMING POOL The assessment of said property

;;.: Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden Ii the Clewiston Inn Saturday evening under' the said certificate issued was

.' and son Kay, and C. J. Lovvorn when ,they stopped here enroute to T. A. TO' MEET TUESDAY I The concrete swimming in the name of F. E. Hogben. Unless -.

; spent Sunday in Okeechobee.Mr. .j Miami. the Everett Hotel was said certificate shall be re.
I deemed according to law, tax deed
Features of the March meeting of and filled Wednesday and will issue thereon on the 19th day
and Mrs Mrs. A. Munroe, Mrs. F. R.
F. A. Flanders and Av the Parent-Teachers Association to for the usual summer of March, A. D. '1934. Dated this
a Maxwell Mrs. W. C. Hooker,. Mrs.T. .
of ,
daughter, Phyllis, Moore 'Haven,
be held Tuesday, March 13, in the 16th day of February, A. D. 1934
were visitors here Sunday. B., Shelley, Mrs. D. G. Alston and Grammar School Auditorium, will-'be BALRENO CLUB WILLIAM T. HULL,
Mrs. Richard Knight motored to Pa
Clerk Circuit Court
lectures by Mrs. M. W. Blanton and
Parker Wilson and Keith Harts- hokee Tuesday where they attendeda Superintendent E. 'L. Stallings. Consolation for defeat By Inez Maglll. Deputy Clerk.
field were Sunday visitors in Ft. bridge party, given at the homeof ward for victory on the (SEAL) By INEZ MAGILL,

Myers. Mrs. G. O. Wallace. Mrs. Wal- BUILDS BOAT HOUSE were offered the Moore I Deputy Clerk,
lace and Mrs. Hoomes Rich were ket-ball teams by the : No. 11C Feb. 16, 23, Meh. 2, 9, 16,
x; K. Bowden attended the meeting the hostesses. Forseeing the possibilities of a after"the games Wednesday

of the county commissioners in La- waterway in the proposed dredgingof a dancing party at which t NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOnT
Belle MissEvelyn: Hare returned Satur- A.\: DEED
Tuesday. the Caloosahatchee, Dr. G. V\-'. players were guests.Mr. ,
day from West, Palm Beach where
Tyrrell is constructing anew boat
E.. Hackett, of.Bradenton, spent she has been convalescing at the house at the Tyrrell Garden' landing. ,and Mrs. Kenneth NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
Y'. the week in Clewiston, transacting, I Good 'Samaritan Hospital. Miss who have been visiting that Foster Meredith, holder of

business. I I Hare is:,recovering rapidly from: ; her LABELLE SCORES 100 IX liams' parents, Mr. and Tax Certificate No. 916. of the 7th
;J. day of Sept., A. D. 1931, has filed
injuries which were received an
Bur hard, left Sunday
CONERENCE_ TAKES: LAST said certificate in my office and
;. L. W. Wicker, of Tampa, was herefor automobile accident several daysago' MOORE HAVEN GAME '36-17 home ,near St. Louis. made application for tax deed to issue -
t', ,< several days on business this thereon in accordance with law

'' week. In the last conference game of the Miss Martha Byers, Said certificate embraces the follow
Col.. Warren T. Ham, division engineer 'season the LaBelle boys 'basket-ball Bush, Mrs., Elinor Ileroy ing described property situated In

Mr. and Mrs J. L. Sullivan ofMJamijjire for'the: Gulf of Mexico divl- team forged out ahead 'ot. Moore Carl Johnson spent, Tuesday Hendry, County, Florida, to-wit:

.;. ,,- '.: isyiflgrJErClewiston > : her; qJ n I'lion:o1. the U. S'Engineer i was hereon 'Hnven'by: 'the overwhelming ''S.core',of, M ers,,I".' : : Clewiston.Lots 1'6' -17-18-19' Block 167 .

: .'_ this week, .t'\ r'1 business: .this week.. Col. Ham, 36-17. i .
whose home and office are in New Mr., and Mrs. Dan The assessment- of said property
A sourceof was'tapped'in
under the said: certificate
. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Cox and son, Orleans, ,:. visited ,the,. local U.. S. Engineer the' night. Rea- Miss Edna Malakowsky was
Wednesday in
: : game the name of F. E. Hogben. Unless
? ::,<> of 'Atlanta, were the office'and the federal '
: among out of project day afternoon guests of
son Hampton, a player who has been said certificate shall be redeemed .;;
..' town_ ,visitors here this week. kept more or less in the backgroundall Miss Marie Malakowsky.. according to law, tax deed will issue '

i@ '. u' --was season scored 19 of the 36 points.. thereon on the 19th day of March,
-,' Mrs. Ruth 'Drinkwater and' the.W. R. Owen, injured at It was evident to fans that Reason Mrs. Ida Cox is visiting A. D. 1934. Dated this 16th day of

}!' Charles Duffin of West Palm Beach, mill several days ago, is had been practicing the art ,of drop ter:,. Mrs. Frank Cothern in February, A. D. 1934.

f" spent Sunday here visiting Mr.. and I reported as making very satisfactory ping shots from beside the board this week. WILLIAM T. HULL, -:
Mrs. W C. Hooker. progress, in a Vest Palm Beach hos- 'of Clerk Circuit Court.
: and three his four field goals
pital. Mr. Owen who was working Mr. and Mrs. Francis (SEAL) By Inez Magill, Deputy
weie' made uncontested after a long
; : C. M. Littlejohn, of Lake Wales, near the centrifugals became entangled Clerk.
pass from the unusual melee half (Continued on page No. 12C-Feb. 16, 23, Mch. 2, 9, 16
I.k! has arrived here and will be con in the machinery and suffered.
.: nected with the U. S.' Engineer severe: ,cuts about the head. --- -- --- ,
Corps stationed here. '

1-11:}'." SJHTHSMITHs 'i. 'i' ;'i'; ;t
':d Andrew V. Southard, 'of'St.. Louis i ::
:_::' arrived in Clewiston recently and i s Thomas M. 'Smith, age 61, and :: ::i: :: s

t making his home with Mr. and Mrs- Janie Smith, age 62, both of Clewis- :*=: :*t:. A'n Attractive. Clewiston HomeBuild :::

: "c'G.. C. 'P ole. ton .s,
: Mrs. Southard is visiting were united in marriage by 's'.s" ,
;f .' in Quincy and will arrive later. I 'Judge H. A. Rider Monday eveningat 's"s' s.t,
,. We H I d
nine 'o'clock in Judge Rider's :;: :i: e pe ::: :::
: :, .. \ Mrs. W. C. Prewitt returned Mon! office. .;. {., ., '. .,

. '. day from several weeks visit in Ft. The couple will make their home .y, .., .v... ..
; ,' Meade where her father, Mr. Wat- in Clewiston where the bride is f ff
ley, is seriously ill. Mrs. Prewitreturned t well known, having operated a ''i'.' ,.s.. 't'.s' ..s.V '

.. to Ft., Meade Wednesday.Mr. school bus there for several years. '.' .s, .. .s, -

: and Mrs. Hirsch, of Orlando, :MRS. SCHARNBERG HOSTESSAT .eA y.s' ..s.V .

left here Monday after visiting here BRIDGE FOR VISITORMrs. S : c\\
;; for several days as the guests of

their daughter and son-in-law, H. J. ;B. Scharnberg entertained yf'i'

Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Niblack Wednesday afternoon at her .;. 1 's' .i'
spacious home .. .. 's'.s'
a delightful
.. ..
4 Mrs. Russell Whidden, Mr., and bridge party honoring her daughter .;. .:. 's..s.'s..,..
Mrs. C. F. Goodman in-law Mrs. .;, ,. 's'
4- were Friday visitors O. H. Scharnberg, of '' .!. 's' ',.
in West Palm Beach. Mr. Goodman's Newport and Boston. '..' .'. .L :: ..:'.. "J
.s. Y r ... =
mother returned with them The guests were, Mrs. D. G. Al- + s
and will visit here for some time. ston, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. H. A. '.' .'. '' '
Bestor, Mrs. C. R. Byrd, 'Mrs. B. A. n:' .!' Ii Iit .

Mr. and Mrs. James Schroederand Bourne, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. F. .!. .s.i .-

son motored to Stuart Saturday. Deane Duff, Miss Mae Drew, Mrs.E. AA y -.
Mr. Shroeder returned Monday but R. Fontaine, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. .t. :' vy.r. .

Mrs. Shroeder and son will visit N. L. Hemenway, Mrs. H. R. Hall, .. .,. ''. 's''s' .;
: there this week with her parents. Mrs A. A. Munroe, Mrs. E. C. Mills, 's": ,t. .J, '.' '

Mrs. C. E. .Miner, Mrs. C. E. Nail, 's'Y .. .
.. ..
fir and Mrs. R. H. Rowan and son Mrs W. 'C. ,Owen, Mrs. J. P. Percy, ::: :.:. 's.: .s': \
f- S J
: of Jacksonville arrived here Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. Frank 'i' f ::: :::
: '
-c...r-<,. day to spend several days yest.cr-I Rodriquez Mrs. A. L. Rackstraw, xx if
:-$7 ,'
,;::: ..': Mrs. Ro\van's parents, Mr. andMrs. Mrs., W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. R. .s, ,s. '_ 's' '
I '.:.'':w/':. Foster Meredith. H. Rowan; Mrs. O. F. Schfffli, Mis. .. .s. .t'VV.s. 's' ..

i :,'::; ', ; P. Sevant Mrs. EJ L. Stewart, Mrs.T. Vys
:: ,, ,s. X os.
Capt. H. B. Vaughn, of Baton B. Shelley,' Mrs J. F. Tippey, Mrs. s s 's' 's' ,1

I ':-" .. ,-,' '. Rouge, La., is spending some time in Barney Thomas, Mrs. E. Mutrux, xx t:.... xx Vy '
I r :".':: Clewiston where he is inspecting Mrs. H., T. Vaughn, Mrs W. P. 'if. 's. .s, .s. i i's'
I H e : the levee project. Capt. Vaughn is Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. M. E VonMachiMrs. ::: f ._ X

\ connected with the U. S. Engineers. W.: C. Worth, Mrs" F. R. VsVY ._. '

Wright and Mrs. M. E. Yenawine.Tea VY >

Mrs R. C. Wilson, Miss Blanche guests were Mrs. Z. G. Meredith
A Home
We Can You To Own ii'H
l Royal, and Mrs. Roy Roundtree were Miss Vilma Rhodes, Miss Ger-, U Help
visitors 'in West Palm Beach Sat- trude Balasok, Miss Elizabeth West, I

,<.. urday.Mrs.. .. Miss Eva Mae Green, Mrs. M. W,' :

; .,' ; '. ,- ..'. ..,, Richard, McDowell 'has re Bigg The and players Mrs. W.Were S, Furgess.divided into I. : Clewiston Home Building Association Uy

"r.- \ turned to Clewiston from High two sections, A and B. In sectionA

Springs where she has been Visit. Mrs. C. L. Downs was presented .t' 's.. '.. .:. 0:'
': Jng for .avcn'a1.; weeks high prize ;, ,' -' -. f
with Mrs, Alston, second 1' tIIiii _.: __ 1


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'J ..AJ D I Events l in the Lives of Little Men I D _U "A j .

PROMPTLY C 0 UV H She was reeling off. her troublesto
hubby at supper.
Aubrey Derek: Douglas Timms, KF EE P OU7 ""That Mrs Smith Is a terrible gossip
son of the village virago, and one'of "
she Said huffily.
a family of thirteen, was an Intent 4r-
listener to the natural history lesson. Hf 5 THE LUCKIEST 11 M I 5isr R 1 I LtT He sighed resignedly. "
(1 "Why do youathink so, my dear?
"Now, boys,*' the teacher queried, GUy I KWOW' LAST be asked. I .
"after what I have explained of the
BALIH D Y 0 1 y THING She sniffed.
lion's fierceness, strength and daring ;
NOM 5CH00 "I simply can't tell. her anythingbut
animal (,
can anyone of you name a single ;
that she she's heard It before
says -
that the king of beasts fears? is
Up shot little Aubrey's hand. CA US I S 55 S r\ i ," his wif 'replied.
"Well," the teacher asked, "which is M

the animal?" NOW SNP 5 G4u CorrectedA
Aubrey (promptly-Please, teacher, l7 / fourth-grade boy was reading his
the lioness!-Walla- es' Farmer Wr N 00 P weekly composition in English class

for the criticism of his classmates.One .
OH, MY, GRACIOUS! of the sentences he read was:
"Edgar did not hit airy one of the

When he sat down, the teacher
asked for remarks about the compo-

S sition. .. V
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William jumped to his feet'and, exclaimed re::
: "He said airy when he.-

::;;:::;"?:\\;'" ;;. ought to said nairy." '

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"Papa wanted to know whether you' Tr j \Nc-
were a good business man." r
"Have you any idea why he asked?" CCOP3"rhht. W. N. U) I L--I'

"I guess it was because you never S
talk business."

THE FEA THERHEADS.! Past and, Present,
Knowing Things 111/1111111 "'''''' '' ........11"..." ..... ....... ,.... ......

yo'First tell Workman Bill I was(very three-parts n.ngry-Did daft? I''))IJII MOW WHAT? WoK NOTHINC5-- I THAT'S ALWAYS | I WA 'ruSt
Second Workman-No, I thought he 'lit GoT A 6ROUGH I ONLY I WAS PAP 1"HININcs YoU

Jknowed.- 0N'2 wS :rusT 'rNINklM6I I NEVER BUY ME::
"What a man doesn't know won'thurt

"Suppose he doesn't know the differ- LIKE YOU USED James-Two months ago I never
ence between a toadstood'and a mush- TO ,dreamed that you would ever rest
room?" this blond,head on my shoulder.

1111 4 s Jessie-Nonsense, we were en-
Determination gaged then.JamesYes.
"I'm determined to make;: this com- \h but at that time you..
munity more orderly, now that I'm S were a brunette..
sheriff," said Cactus Joe. \
"How?" -
Might Try Blindfolding I
"By quick decisions, with prompt "Last week a grain of sand got
enforcement. .
.Into my wife's eye and she had to
"Studying law?" go to a doctor. It cost me three
"No. Practicing in a shooting gallery dollars."
1 "That's nothing. Last week a fur

Hop Picker, coat got in my wife's eye and it cost
Kent-My position makes it Imperative me three Jugend.
'' I select the dances my daughter. 7 S01| tT SEEMS TO ME YoU '\ /AND WNO PAID
takes part in.BentThen. I NA'J : A VERY Nice &ov OF CANDY l""THERE Bills and Bills .
BltLS ?
7NE Mr. Zipp-Meet Mr. Zink, wi fie.
you're sort of "hop BeSIDE You-AND YOU I II II It
You often heard me talk of old Bill
picker, eh? GoT A MEW STR.IMG- OF B>=ADS
Mrs. ZIpp-You talk: about so
4 many
Far Enough? old bills I can't remember them all.
5ET A New HAMP BA "You.don't. like my singing lessons.
But you would. be pleased if I becamea Ferry's Seeds are sold only in fresh
star." S dated packages. When you buy Fer
"Yes-the nearest is 15,000,000 miles ry's Seeds you are sure of the finest.
I away." BUY THE5M ALL quality available. .Adv.

Barter Life's Darkest Moment

Tramp-Got any old coats, ,sir? "Pa, what's dignity?"
; Householder-No, but I'll give you a "Dignity, my son, is what you
pair of old shoes for the bowler you're think you possess until the boss says,
;t. wearing. I 'What is the meaning of this?' "

5): Reviving I'tl 'Real TragedyFair

f Nurse-I think he's regaining con l 1 Young Thing (to friend)-
;: sciousness, doctor; hetried to blow j Not only has he broken my heart

the foam off his medicine. ?. Western Newspaper UnionANOTHER v. ... ., .. ." ." 1 .... ,, _,n.. nnd wrecked my whole life, but he's .
messed up my evening! ,


f. The schoolteacher asked: her pupilsto
: name some of the most dangerous
jungle animals."A .
-" tiger said one little boy. Y

: f "A lion," put in another.
F "A bear" suggested yet a third.
{J.1 "Now tell me something with horns
f 1
t \\1 r KiJfl"Brovn : that asked.It dangerous to 'go near," she e tiL

Smith."Motor cars, miss," put In Jimmy w4ti4 '


Is kicking himself this morn- THAT'S THAT Tramp-Sir, I once had a million
ing. dollars an' lost It thro' de law.
If. "What for?" Prospect-How, my poor fellow? i5.A FAMO115
r'. 4Tm a self-made man." "He made a fool election bet and Tramp-A cop woke me up 1
""You're lucky.. I'm the revised work lost.
.:; of a wife and three daughters." J
Neighborly 'Tact
; 1 Positively Matrimonial. "Mrs. Brown" cried 'Mr. Smith to
Same Principle Mistress notice that your policeman his neighbor "have you spoken to t1/'o
Man:-Why do you weep over the friend calls- frequently. Do you your boy about mimicking me?" /fLI g
;- sorrow of people In whom you have think he means business? "Yes, I have," replied Mrs. Brown. 1
no Interest when you go to the theJ .
Cook-I think he does. He's already "I've told him not to act like a fool.
ater? beginning to complain about my cook- a
Woman-I don't know. Why do
J Ing. ...... 'Nuff Said O
S cheer wildly when a man with whom
you are not acquainted slides to second "Has your former wife consentedto
base! Brother in Error having the- alimony reduced now
k "' Pompous Physician (to man plastering that your Income has shrunk so
:;-- Fair Enough defective wall-The trowel "Trust her I You surely don't think much?" 0on
Father-Oscar, why don't you let covers up a lot of mistakes-what? she could keep a secret." I 'Ell, no I If she had been that kind
brother use your sled'''half the time? Workman-Yes, gov'nor-and so do "Well, I've trusted her with other of a woman we never would bar
Oscar-Why, I do. I have It going the spade. things and she kept them. j' needed the divorce
down and he hat It coming back. --

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,3r. z-' -. It Means the REAL ARTICLE

But It Must Be Admitted

A g Pleasing Quality Is .

F'I f'b ': GENUINE Of BayerManufacture, :
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a. Hard to ; R
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On behalf-of a well-known charity i "' .
I "
there )is to be'' a series of lectures .

0'f. given in New York on the intriguing
subject, "What is charm?" : When you'go;to buy aspirin, Remember this for your own

"Experts" on the subject of charm just 'remember this: Every protection. Tell your friends

have been recruited to talk on their tablet, of real aspirin, of about it for their protection.

specialties. There is to be a well- Bayer manufacture: : is Demand and

known beauty specialist, an actress, 1 stamped with this cr(;>'$.s.. No get Genuine

a society woman, ,an important tablet without this cross is BayerAspirin.j i .
dre'ss'maker a.'pbctess':and ',
"promi GENUINE Bayer Aspirin.
nent women from 'the' world 'of 'art,
home .decorating and the screcl1'And '-! ; Safe relief for headache, colds, sore throat

they .will endeavor to answer .pains of rheumatism and neuritis, etc.

the question "What is. charm?" Genuine Bayer Aspirin; Does Not Harm the Heart
I doubt if' 'they can-if anyonecan. -

The moment you try to-track
,, .. _
'= m 'f<<=n' = ">='m "'''Y '= ""''''''''' ''W''WW
down the quality to definable terms
Will-Need Race
Super Wasps and Golf

i.. ._ Native "Digging" South African Gold. I it eludes vou"That, sounds like .it'r', A':much: quoted' biologist foresees Texas golfer, stung by a wasp,
.' you will! sa-y, "bat S.o.-and-So would
a super race in another hundred made the hole in one. The trouble
:, : Prepared hy Geographic Society. osely as .Americans! rear skyscrapersmore : not answer quite to such a description "
4'. ., NationalC..-WNU Service.k" years. For.; our.part, we foresee with this system is in getting the
I grandiosely, in fact, for -your -aYibyjct: she has charm." Or
.2D years' search, the .some super problems for these fellow.Detroit wasp timed right.-Littfe Hock Ga-
: alightinb point proves to be: one' and 'someoneo does, answer doesri'IsoI71ching '
!' AF'l'EI.t South Africa? .has I ; hat : New ,- .zette. '
one-third, miles below the"earth'ssur ]littre ;jmt : that setshei9parf
::1',";;, up what is believed to be '
face Your impression of this subterranean -" 'i ;and |makes everybody,
1/::. ;tithe other, ]half", of the famous electriclit] town, 'with :its 'aVe-: min;" women'land' children-oh, yes, !( t'
,:-. : ._':. Cu]) na :diriIIQnd, the largest diamond, : fg
'. nues and cross-streets, where thousands the women; ''nnd< children, too, recognize -
Wi ..The "other.l1a.f"] wasF' k
; ever./found. fat
of'-men are drilling or loadingthe ;'real charm-her slaves.] '
s: : pickedp: in two parts; -one- a- 500' .m' eep
'diamond and' conglomerate, Is one A vomanmayhe very beautifuland -
: carat of .good quality,
of cleanliness, neatness, and-thanks not have charm. A woman may.
: : the other a 72G- arat stone which Is
"'. "" to the giant \"entiIators-of a not-too-. be very brilliant-and not have K..in'these. days of recovery. .if I don't, some- "
flawless. ,
r uncomfortable warmth. ,; charm. So many brilliant women one else-will have"my job." How? "Well, I learned 4'

. The Transvaal l rightly has been You stay long enough to watch a don't. A woman may beery good- years ago that work .-.-.wear and tear... takes some-
:, called the treasure-house province ofk" with thing out of men and those who '" ,.
: surface hoist start .off Its %-' and ditto A woman'may have cleverness ; : women-particularly
; : South Africa. It has'carned the right, work indoors. <"' :
ton load, which it will) lift up that or vivacity ,: ,even_ "personal-, { :
i. ; as well, to: be .called a famous treasure "I tore down those precious red-blood-cells faster
: mile of shaft the ,
,.,.. or more to crush- ity"-and not have charm! ,
,J., ,,' region, of the world, for out, of than my good body could ,rebuild..A friend told me ,
and In'
ing plant -about two who .
And youliavet
; yet women '
, its hills)] and plains] have come Billions the story of that grand medicine S.S.S. Now at 4'P. :
' minutes. Then you regain the skip]: and are neither q fti1"r-briIIiantnor "
, of dollars worth of'.gold] and diamonds, M. I am fit to still 'carry on'. ,
: ascend once more to what, measuring even too good-who had charm. If feel weak. ..lack
: '. not'to.. other valuable] min you a appetite. .or if : .
mention .
,p'-:. .' <: erals.]. .. holes- by skyscrapers] the .cable] operator What is it? It reminds'r e of tha't'famous 'your skin is ,pale. try, S.S.S. Unless: your case is ,

: might conceivably announce as question of Mrs: Teall of exceptional, you should soon notice a pick up in your ., :,
Transvaal is '
h t .. ., The ypung-In .history.Its "Two hundredth floor, last stop!" the :t' warK'ening :r\ ;ys. "What 'appetite.:.your color and skin should improve with :

.: :<. / oldest town, P tchefs.troo now That which youhave glimpsed Is' quality do ,yqu' v;ilir ite?" It is a increased strength and energy.:1:.

t.-, an Important :SouthAfricans educa' but a tiny corner of what is, in, ef- quality that-'some 'women vibrate, S.S.S..is not just a so-called tonic but tonic s' :.;

:p :. ,,:' tional' center, will not round'out' its fect, a vast 'subterranean city, whose' but I doubt, that.'; ny'one "specialist"can cially ,designed 'stimulate gastric secretions, and <; :, ,.;
;:\:.:, ; first century until 1039.T axis measures 70 miles, *whose work- .nuite-catch Wit: Is compounded also having'the mineral: _elements so very, very neces'sary'in '. ,;
: : : :. One: has but fo. glance at.Johannes. rebuilding the oxyge -c rrying' hemo-glo-bin ,:.i
ers number'100,000!: 'and-whose shafts of
of so things. Something,
T-:' the of the blood to enable to "carry on" without ,:
burg, the-province's capital to.get you '
and streets total miles and
avenues, 4,000 of '
goodness, course, of charity : exhaustion -
t:;: spirit of the Transvaal. :Stra.ngelilm- or approximately] the length of the understanding something of asyou'should naturally.. At all drug stores. :.:;g

.l': ,.' ',;'," pressive, as one approaches the.'city, African continent And the business humor and cairn] and: bjectiveness! :" ,,'1

[> ,.:.-, "" are miles of mine dumps surrounding of this super-niole' -'. is. to disgorge of interest, in other people and a Quite OpenIt Original With Her <, j

if.: the Witwatersrand, the mountainous, over one-half of the world's annual stability and sufficiency within oneself is still'an' open'question whether l\IarJ'-I didn't know Ted had any .,a

,: ;<., backbone the province. Acros /the gold] production.How -a 'soi-t'.of. inner' hold and con- the gift ,of gab 'is really a gift.- 'idea of ,marrying you. ':

x:. '._ vast plain they stretch. like. avenues. to handle that gra.::d total 'of trol that can "rna'i itain, always 'tile Lafayette Journal: and Courier. .Ann-He didn't. It was my idea. ':;.ir'
:: .- 7' of mammoth monuments, as if promising .
212,000 men, 90 per cent of them same poise, that.. vibrates strength
.p;;--.'..,' a climax of prehistoric grandeurs. Bantu, .who, either above L/ound or I and gives help, 'but never needs it. :

'\'i', -' '.' Yes, grandeurs-but .of what land? un'der i it,. work on the Rand? That is the reason for the air of.mJ'stery" .' :i
r, For sometimes they align themselves] Recreation whether tennis obe sometimes feels '
golf that
"'; :::..,-.i ,.i' in a great wall, recalling China's. Or, bowls, swimming' ," or native dances- ,about women with Veal.. charm., They : fault ? I
. !:,.: catch'in their outflung vista :
.- ,
; ; again you is universal, with inter-mine sportsas ,are "so seif-sufllcient'} !( they never reveal :1:1I
A.tf; a resemblance to Egypt's pyramids ort .
a corolJar ':' As to health and safety themselves'; never state themselves -

?:.:j;: '. to Mesopo.tamla' ziggurats.!. Or. yet each man. regularly] undergoes ,medical so to speak.{. They have the

(.o} .: : : again, their sloping sand.-hued. massifs ] 'examination,- first aid "Is taughtto roa'ternal.receptiveness. that obliter
( fortifications
/ suggest military on many; : thousands, while that 'cheery ates" itself.] :"-Their"own problems the

c' a scale]. the world has never. ]known. organ, ,the' reef, advises you on every- world, never .knows., They have
I The colossal picture tempts one'sfancy. from ... +
thing, keeping fit ,to giving' ac charm. f ,9 .
If the Hand's gold mines crumbled
cident-prevention tips to American vIsitors Bell S'ndlcate.-WNUServlce.: Y.b
I to nothingness, leaving only the :. -
is be..Amer-
in what thought to
i L. ; dumps, some writer a millennium. icanese, as thus : Your .local dealer'arries Ferry'sPure '
' ', hence might conceivably' describe them Bred Vegetable Seeds. Now sr'77When
) ; ,. ,
"Say, folks, we're right here at' a '
\ ,, .. as "those mighty works, reared perhaps real 'mine only 5 cents a package.. ,Adv. .
: slap-up from!
, h ;;",; '_ defenses .
: : as or. patriotic .monuments -
I Memphis! 'pJ don't eject I
ase. your gum
I rft;\\;.:. by the ancients of the, Twentieth down the shaft. That pellet will ac ModestyIn '

;?-.; ':. century" complish 'a velocity of 5,000,000 ,miles 'any. case .rnol ety". should be
' ;:?!1tt., If you ask a local statistician to practiced .moderatfon.-Heywood.
per second and give, some one a .head .
:;.c' ::: :i.s give you some approximate Idea of ache." .Broun. :- ,. .
\ /;:. : the dumps' tonnage he may ask in ,. .......,,,
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As to recreation, the "boys' weekly 'T' \ -
'iR'f': : : ,.. turn : "Would you prefer it in oceanS Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the-.orig- I. .
dance rivals circus- a rodeo, .
" :/ greyhounds or in Egyptian pyramids? war a inal little liver pills put up 60 years ago.; I'
t and a' football match combined. Hereis They regulate] liver and.i>ovrela. Adv. Little Girls Show TemperA
;'fi; >. Twenty thousand Slauretanias would native disgorging its ..... : .
a compound
t-- :: about equal and 12,000 Leviathans '
'j; ;. would somewhat exceed the dumps' thousands of black] Shangaans who Needn't Pity, Sensitive quarrelsome child'is a sick child, Good health and food behavior go
:... !;:
are welcoming other thousands of Sensitiveness is one of the disguises mothers I A bad bowel condition hand in hand. With inner, health,
\'C : tonnage. Or, shifting the comparison, -
; faces and dis-
black] ,M'chopis, the former tribe's invited of pride.. means bad behavior. And it doesn'thelp come smiling sunny
t ; that tonnage would be approximated matters to give bilious boys positions. And it's really so simplea
'.:;- :y ky aligning across the Rand 102 rep-. guests.But and girls some powerful cathartic matter to keep children's bowels
'<: :. licas of the great pyramid.." the Transvaal, like South Africa that upsets them for days. .When regular. The only "medicine" most .'

:''- Stumbled on Ten Billions. in general], is as varied in respect you 'see a coated tongue, dull or youngsters ever need to promote
.,: ., ): -treasure houses as was ancient yellowed or other signs of thorough bowel action is pure California .
4:; '";;, ,Stubbing one's toe against a ten- Delphi' with its "treasuries." In the sluggishness, there's always a way Syrup of Figs. The senna in j

billion-dollar gold reef Is an experience Pretoria region,- and also near Rusten- to ,cleanse and sweeten that little this fine, fruity laxative never
.::. : ::' reserved to the few. it was in systeIIl.; without violence; next day weakens them, or takes away their
and In the "Bushveld Complex,
:.: :,: 1SSG that George Walker, out for a unlimited iron you have a happy, contented child. appetite. But get real California
stroll, accidentally kicked into a gold- there are apparently The real This 9mmonsensc.tre ent, R Syrup) of Figs; you can get it
resources, while the last-named region is explained: on the right: I. anywhere; it isn't expensive.
bearing outcrop of'what
proved to be
promises to yield one of the greatest test of '...-.
the main reef of the Witwatersrand.Here V
world. TheTransvaal's
platinum deposits in the
shaped like vast bowl
a imbedded 1
annual production valuesin ] FLOUR GOODNESS .. ,
I face-upward, was a 70-mile
''r stretch of gold-impregnated rock ,that goldsilver, platinum and the base 15 the Bake Test !
metals total about $15,000,000.
If you believe In Kismet, had awaited

George Walker's Intrusive toe' ever Diamonds May Be Anywhere.And JAU. :/de:

since early geologic times. then there are the ever-crop- ,. ., ..
And _--,7'y -;: ;. ;'0 F* t
now upon that treeless, uninhabited pln;up diamonds-ong might almost I
.r> ; ,_ --Q .r KS I
no man's land there appeared those Irrepressible] South African *
say ,
a tawdry mining village]] of tents and diamonds. Really, one. never knows ; : 1CJI1! : r .. mlJgW; ( The medicinal and emollient properties of

L covered wagons. Telegraph! ; wires where they will turn up next. : .1IT'S Cuticura, which protect the skin and prevent 0;;

hummed and the village became a Here is the Transvaal's famous :F; 6gt.! _: .1 skin irritations so common after shaving, are

I raw.: tin-shack: town of 3,000 people.] Premier mine, an even larger crater found only in Cuticura Shaving Cream. -"

The prevailing crude process lost half than its defunct forerunner at Kim- WHITECADICK The medication of the Cream comprises fra _-

r": the gold worked. Yet who cared, since berley. In about, .a quarter of a cen- MILLING CO., GRANDVIEW, 1ND. grant, oriental, balsamic essential oils which soothe, cool and :.

'., -.tt.o :.;; the reef, seemed Inexhaustible? Supplies tury the Premier, has produced some comfort tender, sensitive skins. :
were teamed from 300 of diamonds, including the R
miles Gy2 tons
At dealers of 35c. '
- ,'. your or sent postpaid on receipt
:,!!'f; a\Yay. Yet who minded Cullinan. Its longest dimension
: fancy prices? famous Address: Cutlcura Laboratories. Maiden Mass. "

'f, ;;;' \;" :', .And, as to the water shortage, VA11 was 4Jy& Inches, Its shortest was WNU-7 -34 .

r?:'. : -r. right; let's bring in champagne !I" 2 inches, and It was cut into nine .J
I Thus began the babyhood of Johan- large stones and scores of smaller -. 4

: : .. '" nesburg, which today, though a mere ones. :

;, youth In years, Is a giant in achieve- Blasting] hour at the Premier, as FOR BETTER -
ment The largest African town south beheld from the crater's edge, Is a GA.RDENSF ERR Y' S .

.f Cairo and chief commercial plexusof striking sight. ,At the given moment a

the Union's hinterland, "Jo'burg" red flag flutters, -a bell clangs, and
has a municipal area of nearly 82 antllke multitudes of workmen are P IP pnaTohtsatae? PUREBRED VEGETABLE 0 ;'
: square miles and #
300,000 lor
.. some people. seen scurrying shelter. There
In the Deep Mines. ensues a veritable barrage .f some yfi your local store +

':. The Witwatersrand mines, whether 2,000 dynamite charges, hurling successive SEEDS Cc
at work or play, present a unique masses 'f' blue earth In air; ,

:' '.?) eight Here one Is _In work hours descending then the explosions] die dowzi. the

1 3 ..,'; by "skip" (lift) into' the in- workers reappear 'to )load the debrison NOW 4a) li
1- '. teior; .f the earth' at the speed of an .trucks that ascend to the crushing -

express elevator. plant, and the day's big diamond
Jhanuesburgers dig holes as grandiLiJ1 "offensive" Is over. '

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LABELLE NEWS the press! The other man turned SCHOOLS CONTINUE by the CWS Monday morning. The fended his title of middleweight

out to be Captain F. D. King, of the Clewiston school has another two champion of South Florida in the

(Continued from page 5) Welatka, and a most cordial and Inerestlng Tentative approval of the CWS weeks of county management after semi-finals and finals of the South

of Nocatee, spent Sunday with Mr. -( conversation ensued. Since project of continuing the Hendry which it will also be run by CWS Florida AAU boxing tournament f ',

the dredge couldn't be reached with- county schools after March 9th, was funds. at BIscayne Arena in Miami.
and Mrs. L. M. Jennings.
out swimming, and we were already wired the local Chairman, A. I.. Tay- LINDSKY MATIIS RETAINS Moore Haven Democrat)
pretty wet, we postponed that visit. lor this
Miss Hilda Yeomans of Arcadia, week. ;MIDDLEWEIGHT TITLE r

,visited her sister Miss Lilly Yeo- Therefore, on to Jim's drainage Mr. Taylor states that the LaBelle Keathley Bowden was in Moore
structure. They had" just finished and Felda schools will be taken Mathis .'
mans last week. over I Lindsey successfully de- Haven on business today. ,-
stripping the forms from one side '
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of the landward wall, the other side
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Renny, Mr.
L. was poured, and one of the three ,r en
and Charles
L. Poor
Mrs. Charles
TER t 'ts try II 1
ten-foot-diameter pipes was being nn
Poor, Jr., all of Traverse City, Mich- S RAfKEP51 G
the fabricated. That Is some pipe. Putit + I .
igan, were week-end guests at
down in Clewiston and it would I
Berton Poor home.
rent for forty bucks a month, un

furnished. Forms were going for
Miss Sara Pettee, of Chicago, arrived -
the outside wall. Visible concretewas
Friday to visit Mrs. Anna i .IiACU &S
almost as smooth as if it had Ucg NI -
Pettee" rT4 //\4
been floated-and that means,,girls,
slicked down while wet with a flat
Mrs. Vancine Caldwell, who has
trowel, and it can hide more blem-
been working at the office of the '
ishes than a powder-puff, and it is'
Punta Gorda Herald for the past two m
bad manners-and i
distinctly honey-
months is back at her old job at the
combing was conspicuous by its ab
Hendry County News. I / / .
sence. It was my job once to know

Mrs. D. W. Bullard, of Tampa, Is something about concrete, and my
personal opinion is that if all the
visiting her daughter, Mrs.
concrete in this project Is as goodas i /-
Wegman. ,
that already in, in these two jobs I
Uncle Sam won't. have a kick in the F oat hl lk c ; I
Miss Kittie Storter, of Fort Myers,
was a week-end guest of Mrs. Julia world coming.For '

Hendry. a long way along the Lake- MI/I/ I

port road the new hydraulic levee .

Miss Carrie Eunice Rider and rolls smoothly, looking because of '..-...

Reason Hampton, spent Monday in its easy slopes like .not much of a a lw/
Fort Myers.R. .r barrier. But when: :you get up on T iIlC ; I /s

top of it, you realize that there' are
J. Moon spent last week In the quite a few yards.:"of. earth-and I

Devil's Garden with Grover Hill.J. didn't say rock, :or marl, or soft

rock, or hard marli..but just plain

G. Martin is now carrying a earth, and what can you .do about' PREPARE FOR RAIDS ; ( $1

stock of ice cream and Half Acresin that, ?between you and lake level.

with his Sea Food Beyond the hydraulic levee is a''
connection on the larder, we mean, of other crackers that are just as Some Like It Hot
Market and lunch counter. dragline section-about a mile and RAIDS this is the season to acceptable and that are put up In
a half, I should say, of this sec- them in" great num- tins, so that they will keep fresh want For to a serve real something lunch, when hot you and -:

The home of George W. Howardon tion is in place. Two junior engi- bers and it will be "just too bad" and snappy right down- to the still keep within good beer circles,

Main street has a new coat. of neers, Blair and Knapp, are inspec-. for mother's popularity with the least crumb,-cheese crackers, so to speak, there is an interesting
tors this family if a party can't be fixed up saltines butter thins and seem-
paint. on i variety of good things in cans that
of the of being 'dozens of others just so
instanter. One joys ingly ,
Besides the Welatka there are two I at home is a pantry supplied that they are not too sweet. Adda may be heated up quickly, such as
beef stew Hungarian goulash
TO HAVE CHICKEN FARMA. dredges on the hydraulic levee, the i with eats and drinks to be had touch of your favorite sandwich frankfurters, and sauerkraut or,

Kennedy, with our old friends Hen- any time. With the juniors com spread and there you are with a pigs' knuckles and sauerkraut.

L. Taylor has purchased a 12 ry Palmer and Paddy Ryan inspect- ; ing home from school and college delicious snack.. Just writing about them makes

acre tract and it is rumored, plansto ing, and the Niagara, with Reed and and lots of informal entertainingjust Sandwiches Galore"A one hungry and if reading has
go into the chicken business on a Hanson on the job. ahead, the pantry shelves I the same effect on you here is a
large scale must be well fortified. sandwich and a glass of recipe that you might like to follow -
And since the relief ; This winter'things bit different -
poor inspector are a adult
beer" has come back as an out for the family today.
The tract is located on the north scarcely ,ever gets a nfention, hereis from what they have been demand for something really good Sauerkraut Sausages and Applet

side of the State, Highway, about one a special paragraph to inform' for thirteen long years, because and satisfying, in the home as : Heat the contents of one 1-

quarter mile west of the Court you that Joe Morrison, formerly in real beer, approved legally and ,well as in the restaurant, and the pound can of sauerkraut and pile
house and is the three blocks be- Pahokee is relief Inspector Divi- medically,has come back into good modern sandwich spread, in its in the center of a large hot plat
and the of larder
tween Hicpochee Ave., CampbellSt. society crop various'forms, makes up into delicious ter. Fry one pound of sausagesor
3.Another. since
guardians that has grown up sandwiches, with your favorite ( the contents of a 9-ounce can
., Florida St., and Wilson Ave.
old has"a Sew things to I
the days
former Pahokee resident, bread. of Vienna sausages) and arrangpon
Mr. Taylor has been raising chick- learn about what to serve with
Marvin Pape, is now drillman on the I If you want regular meat sand- top of the kraut. Around the
ens for some time on smaller scale',I II the 3.2 beverage. Some of the which are.
bread the
Caloosahatchee. ,There are two I wiches,' on rye seem edges place apples. They
and has been quite successful. older ones may have forgotten, to-go particularly well with beer, prepared by coring and paring six
drill outfits there, now, with Tommy
too.Most there are all kinds of canned malt apples and cooking them in
Jones and Herbert Lawson in of the things that we are
PENNSYLVANIA VETERANS TO meats, of excellent flavor and a syrup made by boiling one cup
RECEIVE MONEY FROM STATE charge. Marvin hails from Moore used to serving with tea and hot quality that can be slipped out of sugar and one and one-half cups
Haven, but like most of the rest of chocolate do not seem quite husky their containers easily and slicedup of water and a few red cinnamon
us, he has been most everywhere on enough to go with beer, and be- so neatly. Ham loaf, veal loaf candies together. Turn the ap-
(Continued from page 4) 'this project. And sides, there are certain traditionsthat and corned beef all come in tins ples around often so that they
Tommy-well, obi i
January 5th, 1934.. This act pro- been we might just as well that can be kept in your refrigerator cook and color evenly on all sides.
Tommy here practically all
vides a bonus for any individual who sene. or on the pantry shelf, not Let them cook tender, but not so ___
gave the State of Pennsylvania or his life. At least, I bet it seems A Simple MatterIt overlooking boneless chicken, long that they lose their shape::
that way to him. salmon, tuna fish and Vienna This serves six persons. .a-
any specific place the State of
My very nice brother, Berkeley is really a very simple matterto sausage. Most of these call for a And here Is another sandwich'that
Pennsylvania as his or her place of Blackman, from the Jacksonville office whisk together something for "sharpener" in the form of some goes well for an after-the-

residence at the time of entering the stopped to see me this weekon the raiders, because practicallyall sort of pickle, like dill or minced movie snack, that is quickly madeup
Naval or Military Forces of the of the necessary "ammunition"that sweet, just to give an added tang and gets a hearty welcome
his from St. Pete to Miami.
United States, without regard to way you need to meet them with and zest.Vienna. from everyone who likes cheese.
the place of enlisment, commissionor We look the invincible! Wardwellson comes In cans, of assorted shapes sausages with India Toasted Deviled Cheese' Sandwich -*

induction. This act provides com for .a bridge fight and in five hot and sizes.P relish or chopped sweet pickle and : Spread squares or oblongsof
rubbers managed to nose ou-t only The one absolutely necessary mayonnaise will appeal to the buttered toast with deviled
; pensation for all such who
persons 880 points. accompaniment of beer, from time men of the family, with their ham. Sprinkle thickly with grated -
were a member of the Military or immemorial, can now be boughtin beer. Cut the sausages in thin cheese and place under broiler
Naval Forces of the United States Tish and I called on Mrs. King cans. We 'refer to pretzels, or rings and put a layer of them on flame until cheese is melted and
during the war between the United and also on the wife of the first "bretzels" (If you insist on being bread covered with butter and brown. Serve at once. '

States and Spain, between the 21st mate of the Welatka, Mrs. Willard absolutely accurate in your spell- mayonnaise, and sprinkle the In- And remember that beer is at

day of April, 1898 and the 13th i Sallas, In Moore Haven. Both charm- Ing), and there are lots and lots dia relish on top. 'I its best at a temperature of 40 F.*

day of August 1898, or who served' ing women. Mrs. King is.a. May- .

in the China Relief Expedition In porter, Mrs. Sallas from Toledo,

the Phillipines or Guam, between Ohio. The Kings have one daughter -

the 21st seven, and the Sallases two girls
': day of" April 1898 and the ,

c 4th day of July, 1902, or during the nine and four. Mrs. King's name IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH ?

World War between the 6th day of was King before she married, too-

-j April, 1917 and the 11th day of November guess she just couldn't bear to leave

1918. Such person, of the royalty. And Mrs. Sallas is the

,,; course, must have been honorably living counterpart of Ann Harding.

discharged from the Service. Here's a joke. I have heard over

t The act also provides that compensation and over again recently the rumor 4ni JSs

shall be paid to the heirsof 'r that I am actually an undercover

t any person who, if living, 'would operative, using this Kollum for a

have been eligible to receive the blind. That is the very acme of \

( same. absurdity. In the first place, thereis

The Veteran's Placement Serviceof not the slightest need on this pro- _'_ k
the United States Employment ject of secret service work. In the _

Service desires that the provisions second place, I couldn't keep a secret ;:: ? !r _9 oa5o"l

" of this act be made known so that if I had to. And in the third l

r' if there are any persons in the State place, if I were doing such work,

of Florida who are eligible to receive I'd be getting paid for it, and would

9 compensation under this act, n't be worrying about outstandingbills. I

t they may be placed in a position to So if you have heard that

apply for it. Any person concerned rumor, about as sensible as mostof -t. .

should address the Adjutant General the rest of the tribe that float I
II. of the State of Pennsylvania at Har about this job, laugh it off.

:- risburg Pa.CASTLES. An unusual and illuminating ar-

ticle in this month's Harpers Is by I

IN THE GLADES Col. T. Bentley Mott,' and is called'
"West Point: A Criticism." I
(Continued from page 1) don't know what the lieutenants

Welatka to fill with levee. Far aheadof would think of It; probably It is

the end of navigation there biased. But it does give to people That GoodGulf .

splashed Mr. Moore and anotherman who like to hear both sides of any .
and bravely after. them waded I question, a new slant on the Idea of

Tish and the old lady, leaving army training and ,discipline. Col. t

Daughter chatting with Inspector Mott, of course, is a West Pointer .J -

t, '. Neeley. She said it was to save her and a former teacher there, as wellas Gasoline

shoes. (Guild is the other inspectoron a man of world-wide experienceand ".

this job.) After a long and ve'rywet contacts.

walk the gentlemen scurried up A bit from Christopher Morley

the far bank and stood looking off "The secret of respectability is to ignore -

at the Welatka, and I'd have given whatever you can't under-

}' ten dollars for a photograph of Mr. stand." And on that note, we close 401E yASOIINt LUBRICATES UPPER CVUNDER !end ym..I i: ;

" Moore's face when we scrambled up the_ book for today. Ta-ta. SHA16009 .:;;

l .- behind him, notebook' in hand, and NOW 1061'S1CA1t0 EsowR ., SAVES mm f : I"

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