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 16, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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& NEWS FOUR NEGROES ARE Interesting Matches State Commerce Directors I

Entertained On Visit Here
" In Golf TourneyThe


Clewiston Drug Company golf T
tournament continues at an inter- 'DID YOU EVER SEE A DREAM U.S. SUGAR CORPORATION GIVES

:, having been played this week.

Mr. Duff beat E. P. Shelley 7 to 6 There's a new jauntiness In the
,- The Clewiston News, as the paper negroes, Including a four for a chance at the winner of the stride of Charles "Rabbit" Roberts Directors of the State Chamber of

::, designated by the county commissioners year old boy, were drowned Sun- : Fontaine-Harrington match. Wil- and here's why."Rabbitt" Commerce, who visited Clewiston
' 1934 tax list day afternoon about four thirty yesterday afternoon to get a first-
", to publish the son, winner over Kelly, will play has just returned
<- has joined with the other papers In when the Chevrolet sedan in which Mrs. Duff. Mrs. Duff beat Goodman from several days visit in Fort My hand view of the operations of the

'' the state in a voluntary move to re- they were riding plunged throughthe 2 up Sunday in a brave come- ers with Bill Hooks, local star United States Sugar Corporation,

',' duce the income from the tax sale gate closing the bridge to traf- back on the last nine. Three down pitcher, who is trying out with the following the quarterly meeting in

;.; to the various papers and to save the fic and landed in the canal. 'r at the turn, Mrs. Duff lost the tenth Philadelphia Athletics at their Fort West Palm Beach, were 'entertained c

".' State of Florida an amount estimated The dead: Will Watkins, of Moore to'go four down, with eight holesto Myers training camp. by the corporation at a dinner at the

, V at half a million dollars. The Haven, James Warner, 38, Liberty play. She won 11and 12, tied Monday "Rabbitt" attended a Clewiston Inn. The chamber of

..r" proposal of the newspapers was Point school teacher, Lizzie Warner 13, won 14, 15, 16, tied 17 and won game there between the Athletics I commerce officials were enthusiastic -

,' placed before the state cabinet at its 40, wife of James, and a four 18, to come in 2 up on;the match. and the New York Giants. Bill Ter- I I In their appraisal. the intrin-

Ii; -. meeting Wednesday and received official year old grandson of the Warners. Bestor beat Moran and will play i ry, manager of the Giants, called sic value of the Everglades and char-

;. .: approval of the state officers. Willie Wilkins, 24, also of Liberty the winner of the Bowden-Hill, ''"Rabbitt"' from the bleachers and acterized this section as the most

,J;- Governor Sholtz, who previouslyhad Point, who was riding in'the rear I match. Rosenberg beat Coker 1 up' asked him to serve as bat boy for valuable asset of the state ,of Flor-

' : characterized the generous sup- seat of the car escaped by breaking to meet Bigg who won over Land 2 I the Giants during the game. ida today.

..:' port which the papers had given through the rear glass. up. '. At the close of the game Bill Ter- Jay W. Moran, who acted as hostIn
'" .,.
r the absence of J. J. Harrington,
' as "one of the most heartening contacts The negroes were bound for ry presented "KaDDitt" with a balland
(: of my administration," said Kramer Island to visit a daughterof Hughie Critz, star second base- vice-president and general manager

a .' "For the people of Florida, I want Lizzie, Warner's. The drawbridge LOCAL GROCERY IS man of the team, gave him an auto- who Is away on business, Introduced

F to express appreciation for this magnificent at' Miami Locks was opento graphed bat for his good work. Mayor F. D. Duff, who extended the

:!F.; cooperation with the state permit passage of a boat throughthe "Rabbitt" is and ardent baseball hospitality of the city to the visitors

in its effort to balance its, budget.. I canal; the gate, blocking the ROBBED ON SUNDAY fan. He is the stort) "field on the Mr. Duff said "We in the Ever-

am thankful that we have such a road was, properly closed, but the high school diamond ball team glades believe we are helping the

public-spirited press in Florida." negroes apparently unheeding the I I From the broad grin on. his beaming state of Florida. We arc growing

The attitude of the publishers was screams and efforts of the bridge II I The Clewiston branch of the countenance it is safe to wager that developing and progressing. Herein

;.;;;:'.( expressed by the officials of the tender to warn them sped through Wells and Royal Grocery Stores was nothing less than a cool million the city of Clewiston the highest
- state press association, after suggestions the gate to their death. robbed of an amount estimated by would persuade him to part with his number of men who have been regis

:- and correspondence with I The surviving negro estimatedthe officers of the company at from souvenirs and no one can blame him. tered on the employment relief

'"' the papers which were designated speed of the car at from .20 to $200 to $300 by: a burglar who en- It isn't everyone who receives a ball rolls .is eighteen." The mayor point.

;:. to publish the tax lists this year. 25 miles per hour and said none tered the rear' door of the store from the, manager of the World ed out the, state's interest in the Everglades

': Realizing that their action meant of the party had been drinking. some time Sunday 'night. The loss Series champions and an auto- center In the ownershipof
,'. the curtailment of their the cash of Sat- some three million acres of Everglades
; revenue However, G. A. Perkins, bridge tender represented receipts graphed bat from one of the team'sstar
L': : from the 1934 lists, the publishers, said he was attracted by the I urday's business, which had not players. land. "Muck fires, which

' 52 of the 67, voted to request that'I" roar of the car as it sped towards been deposited In the bank. yearly destroy thousands of acres of
: ?,. the property restored under the According, to store employees, It this fertile soil, may be successfully
him down the
highway, and that he
;r' Futch law should not be included ran to the middle of the road wav- was the custom to lock the rear HIGH SCHOOL BOYS combatted for the first time, if the

'_ In the regular tax list this :year. ing his arms and shouting a warn- door from the inside, leaving the key constructive program which has

y i":'.. Postponement of this portion of the ing, but that. the driver and occu- in the lock, apparently making It ARE FIRST CHAMPS been proposed by Governor Sholtzis
.::: : tax list will give the legislature a'n pants of the ill-fated Impossible for the door to be un- put Into effect. Calling the attention
:.f'" opportunity to amend the Futch drunk, or exceedingly car careless were as- locked from the outside. In some IN DIAMOND BALLWon of the visitors to the fieldsof

::; law so that this advertisement is not they paid no attention to his warn- manner, however, the thief managedto vegetables and cane which they

i required. The Attorney General had ing. Witnesses said the car "sounded work the key out of the ,lock, drove through en route here from
previously ruled that under the it falling to the floor Inside and us- Lost Pet. West Palm Beach, 'Mr. Duff said the
Futch law all like an 'airplane" so fast was its Clewiston High School 5 1 .833 State Chamber of Commerce could
this property must be motor running it approached the ing another key opened the door. .
.' advertised: and that the advertise- bridge. as When C. M. Cain, manager and G. Kiwanis 4 2 ..66'7U. profit by passing on to other sec

ment was required by the law. I H. nrownmeat cutter, came to S. Sugar Corporation 2 4 .333 tions of the ,state the story of the
Several Three of the bodies were recovered work : U. S. Engineers 1. 5 .167 'agricultural development in the
proposals of the newspa- Monday morning, several sacksof .
.:::...... :: ........ '. pers to omit the readvertisingof by Cecil and ed-Perkins about flour, rice and other grocerieswere Everglades. Touching upon the labor
thirty minutes after the accident.An The Clewiston High School's re- the speaker said "the
lands'' restored question,
to the tax roll, were on the floor and the grocery
vetoed by the Attorney General, unidentified negro brought out stock otherwise disarranged. A cent victory over the U:, S. Engineersputs United States Sugar Corporationpays
the: baby's body a few minutes later. the school team in undis- and
boys living wage,
who said man a
they would not be legal search of the store room, in which every
All but the baby were still in the first in the half worth his
puted place second man is
The final suggestion of the newspa- the money was hidden, revealed the believes that every
pers, as presented and accepted, offers car. I loss. Mr. King stated that he had of the winter diamond ball season, wage." The answer to unemployment

/ii a solution for the State. Continued efforts' were made for 1 been in the store Sunday eveningand and with the championship of the Is constructive business judgment

t';:,,.... The following is the resolution L several hours to revive the victims, had made up his, report of Sat- first half safely in their possession, said Mr. Duff.

presented by the publishers to the.. particularly the woman, whose pulse urday's business and his deposit for gives them a clean sweep In the Alfred H. Wagg, president, res-'

cabinet: was said to be still beating when the bank before leaving, so the burglary season. ponded to the welcome in behalf of
she was brought from the canal. All Using Coburn Moore and Bobby directors. -
occurred time late Sun- of commerce
Whereas it has come to the atten- some the chamber
: efforts at resuscitation failed. Hare pitchers and Avant as
tion of the newspapers of Florida day night. He| told, In his own delightful -
that the Futch bill inadvertantly Sheriff Delaney and company officers catcher, Coaches Herring and Lang- manner, of the romance of the

requires the county tax collectorsto Friend Gets began an immediate investigation ford put as formidable array on the Everglades, speaking as one who

re-advertise and sell again the tax Aiding resulting In the detention of field as was represented. Lowe, had been keenly interested in the
:. Mr. Cain for further Ward and Clarke, with either Hareor the beginning and who
delinquent lands which have already questioning. section from
been advertised and sold to the Youths In TroubleIn Moore on third formed the infield had opportunity to watch its development
with little Rabbit Roberts In close hand. Mr. Wagg
state, andWhereas at
,NEW FIRE TRUCK short field and an 'outfield capably the Everglades Is the
such action in re-adver- an attempt to save a friend believes
filled with Lang, Green and Bestor. world. Refer
tising those lands will cost the ,taxpayers i from a light sentence for drunkenness richest section in the
These are only a few of the roster. tractors '
of the state more than $500- this week, two Clewiston boys ring to the great number
EN ROUTE HEREClewiston's Jimmy Beardsley, Luther Lowe, develop ;
000 and made themselves liable to a sentenceof used in the agricultural
Waldron and others came Into their Senator
of the Everglades,
Whereas such advertising will two years in the State Penitential ment
share of'the games. or agriculture
Wagg said the progress .
(Continued on page 8)) y. new fire truck, which The High School met Its first de- by .
Sheriff H. L. DeLaney and his de- would be given an impetus
was recently purchased by the city feat at the hands of the Clewiston refunding of the state's gasolinetax
puty, H. IL: McCall, attempted to the
commission, Is scheduled to arrive Motor Company in the first half tractors and stationary
Tennis Match With arrest W. W. Clark, of Clewiston, on gas, used in
next week, from the factory In Chicago. Only two other losses were suffered engines. Senator Wagg
charge'of drunkenness and dis-
on a
The truck, which Is on a 1934 in that half and only the Kiwanis that he had worked for the
Pahokee said
Here orderly conduct. Two of. Clark'sfriends
Ray Clark and R. J. John- Chevrolet chassis, equipped witha Club managed to set the boys backin passage of such a law during two

son, forcibly resisted the arrest,I centrifugal pump mounted in the second half. sessions of the Legislature, but that
enthusiasts will welcomethe threatening the two officers. Aftera front and with other regular fire Speed, accuracy and team spirit the law had failed of passage. The

announcement of an interesting brief fight the three offenders,.1 fighting equipment. The fire prevailed throughout the season time to pass laws, said the chamber

match which will be played on the i brought to the court house in truck body and special equipmentare for the school boys, and formed the of Commerce president, is at the
Clewiston Inn courts Sunday after were LaBelle. being added at the factory, according I combination that spelled victory for June primary.

k' noon with the local net team oppos- After entering a plea of guilty, to specifications designedto I them.' To them goes the spoils, and Senator 'Wagg pointed out that
ing a team from Pahokee. to .a fulfill the needs of the city of 1 I honor of winning Clewiston's first citizen, every taxpayer -
sentenced pay
W. W. Clark was every city, every
Much interest centers on the fine of $30 and to spend 30 days in Clewiston. I diamond ball championship. in the state is vitally inter-
coming match because of the and R. Ed Butler, who is In Chicago on whether he
pre- the County Jail. Ray Clark ested Jn; the Everglades
vious a business trip, will drive the truck Although the present diamondball fact or
encounters of the two teams. J. Johnson were placed In the coun- is actively conscious of the
The teams have met twice previously ty Jail and bound over to the next from the factory. season Is over, the management not. This is due to the state's 'ownership -
the first time maximum The truck was purchased throughthe announces that diamond ball games section. The
splitting honors term of Circuit Court. The of lands in the
evenly, the second time the Pahokee *, sentence for resisting arrest is Clewiston Motor Company. will continue.. visitor commented on the labor ques- ,

team winning two out of the three I' two years in the penitentiary. According to Tom Shelley, plansare tion here by stating "it is a known "

matches. The first matches, played Clewiston Company under way for the organizationof fact that the United States Sugar
- here, found Miles facing Denton to a summer league to' play much Corporation pays the highest rate

".... .. whom he lost by a score of 7-5r G-2. PouredIn the same as the winter league has producing or-
',. <' ,. First Concrete I Erecting New Shop of pay of any sugar :
The second match found the doubles been arranged. Also., games are ganization in the world." He complimented ,
/';\ with other teams and 'i3
" combination of Meredith and Paf- ing booked the corporation on its -
ford opposing Johnson and Kilpat- Hurricane Gate Here Construction was begun yester- the local fans will continue to be policy, adding through such activities .

rick; the former winning by the day on a building to be used as given their treat In diamond ball. is being built a community that '

score of 6-4, 6-2. In the third workshop by the Clewiston Com needs no CWA." '-'-
match of the afternoon the Ford Activity of the E. H. Latham : pany. The building is located just H. I. Mossberger, research dir-

and Denton team defeated Sammonsand company of the hurricane gate at north of the location of the com- Circuit Court Cost ector of the Florida Power and

Collins combination by the Clewiston was resumed this week missary warehouse and office which Light company ,was next introducedby

score of 6-4, 6-3. In, the last match with the pouring of the first concrete was destroyed by fire several weeks Exceeds Estimate Mr. Wagg. Mr. Mossberger attended '

Meredith and Paffoid defeated Ford into the foundation forms of ago I as representative of Joe H. 's

and Denton, 6-4, 6-4. the structure. J. F. Tippey, contractor, Is In State's share of the Gill vice-president of therua to ,
$850 was the a
The three matches played in Pa Work was delayed pending arrival charge of the building which will Circuit chamber. After
term of
hokee two weeks ago resulted In I of rock and gravel from the north, be 24 by 76 feet. Placed on con- costs of the recent hun of the research work which he carries .
This is just
amount a
Pahokee winning the two singles and I Florida rock having failed to pass crete foundation, with structuralsteel Court. than the estimate on for the Florida Power and .

Clewiston the one doubles. V. C. the specifications required for the covered with corrugated Iron dred dollars higher office of State Com- Light company, Mr. Mossberger, ':
to the
Denton defeated for its frame work and roof, the sustain itself
Zerney Meredith l job. Florida Portland cement is said, "Florida cannot
6-1, 7-5. Meredith and Pafford won L being used throughout. building will be fireproof. ptroller, J. M. Lee. wrote to County for twelve months of the year on a :. i.
Leo \
from Ford and Johnson 6-4, 2-6,,, The first concrete was poured 'on Mr. Tippey states that the con- Recently Mr. Hull asking for three month's tourist business. The ..
4tl -. 6-2. V, C. Denton defeated I. M. the west wing of the lakeside'. headwall struction will be completed witln' a Clerk Wm. T. page 8) p (Contluued.n gage 8)! )f fr
(Continuer on .. .
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) V Japan denied that hostilities are im- I. GEORGE N. PEEK I AIR LINER HITSMOUNTAIN

of Current minent. '

News Review "The world need not be afraid that IN UTAH .

Russia and Japan are on the vergeof

Events the World Over war," he said. "All of these pro-
tests and the noisy fuss are a good Seven Men and One Woman

sign that the danger: of war Is far

away. When both sides .are silent Are Killed in Crash. w

look out."

;Deaths of Army pilots Embarrass the Administration- Salt Lake City.-The bodies of seven

OUTWEIGHED by SO pounds and men and a woman were found In

President's Plans for Continued: Relief-Emperor : he less reach, Tommy yy' a i the wreckage of a United Air liner

of Manclmkuo'Cro oned ;- ... Loughran, was unable: to capturethe which crashed on a flight from Salt

." : ,.,' heavyweight .title, from Primo Car- Lake City to Cheyenne, Wyo.

'.., nera in the fight at Miami, Fla. The -Rescue parties pushed through the

-- Philadelphia ,boy fought gamely and r ty C snow from Salt Lake City after the

By EDWARD W. PICKARD more skillfully than the giant Italian, / smashed'airplane was sighted from the

but ]051'the decision In eleven of the !
dusk and flashed back the news
of five army aviators late the wire, cable and radio communications fifteen rounds.SECRETARY. air at
DEATHS that the craft's five passengers and
connected He
I In operations 'ystems. proposedthat %
-with the carrying' of the air mail have the new commission take over the OF WAR DERN t. f4V' z crew"of. three were dead.
radio probably ,7 / Pjlot Lloyd Anderson, a thirty-two-
supplied the Republicans with. ammunition duties" of the federal commission following ,the Ideas of General -, ; IAt frt
', for attacking sand. the functions of the Interstate the yr r-old flyer with 7,000 expe-
MacArthur, chief of staff, told
the administrationthat Commerce commission which deal with rience, apparentry had brushed the
affairs committee of the house
I. ,
they are not'neglecting. -. telegraph and telephone regulation.Mr. George N. Peek was made head of. plane against a knoll in seeking to
that he was decidedly opposed to con- .
l ;,.President I Roosevelt said the new body; three government-owned exportImportbanks surmount the, Wasatch mountains, or
gressional plans for an Independentand
I Roosevelt himself Is should be given "full! power to investigate which will be setup to aid busi- the j>Iane had developed mechanical
greatly enlarged air corps. lIe
distressed by the casualties -- and study the business of exist- ness with Russia, Cuba, and the rest. trouble in the murky weather.
was arguing against 'two bills Intro- '
I and It Is believed ing companies and make recommendations duced by the' committee providing for of the world.TUGWELL. Apparently the group met death in-

to the congress'for additional stantly.
i his supporters the purchase:'"of' 4,384 military air-
I will hasten to offer in legislation at the next session." The wreckage was found only 20
planes and for' the of the
I a bill giving This means that If the President's WASTE LAND miles from Salt Lake City at the top
congress : air from' the jurisdictionof
army corps
the air, mail contracts desires "are carried out, as they undoubtedly the PLAN IS DISCARDED of Parley's canon, leading out of the
staff and the
geperal grantingto ,
will be, the question ,of communications -
Salt Lake valley. Searching planes
back to private corn- .
officers and enlisted of the air
.,., ..... will over for men
-: T. panics.I PostmasterJ. mergers go had covered' hundreds of square' milesIn

A. Farley General Farley has determination! next year: ,; corps special compensation and rank. Democratic Leaders Veto It as hunting the lost ship during the
Mr. Dern held. that the air corps'was
had to shoulder the greater share of Senator Schall, of Minnesota! Republican only a co-ordinate part of the "Preposterous." previous 50 hours. .

and was aroused to stiong .protest Eric G. Danielson twenty-nine who
the blame if blame there Is, commission; 'army; that its flying officers and men
f though he has steadily defended the against the'-prpposed asserting like Anderson lived in Cheyenne, was
thaVit the'newspapers were not heroes of glory any more lVashington.-Amid murmurs of"communistic"

cancellation of the contracts, he probably would be ?hijectedto meant by .than the 'infantry and the artillery, and "preposterous," co-pilot of the ship on its last trip.
.would be to the air Those killed were:
glad see army that the whole must y
organization have
and army Democratic leaders in congress
the administration
corps relieved of its new task. ThereIs that "not one proceed' In balance and that the air vetoed proposal to swap government J. J. Sterling, fifty-six, mayor of -S
and word of the skullduggery;! committedin Benton Mich. who had beento
no question as to the courage has Harbor ,
'corps had more than its rightful bonds for property on which taxes are
; ability of the army flyers, but it Is Washington could reach the peopleof share of In.recent the west coast on legal business.
ogress, jears. unpaid.
;': evident they have not had the peculiar. the United States. -:---. Millions of acres of y\lste' land : Marcellus! Zinsmaster, fifty-eight,

training to fit them for carrying the head of a Des :Moines, Iowa baking'ompany.

mails and their airplanes are hot THERE are signs Indicating that. ONCE more the..tariff comes up as a' would have been acquired by the gov-in .
presiden'thas ernment under the'plan, attributed
suitable for the work. Of course the is going to modIfy issue for the Evald W. Berglund thirt '-five, a
'- its stand and that of its congress capital quarters to Rexford Tugwell
: sent to for
but predecessors a request new Boone Iova.
weather has been against them, I civic leader.
little attention is paid to that fact by I ( concerning war debts. Some powers permitting him to fix the tariff assistant secretary .of agriculture In :conference Bert McLaughlin, fifty-two\ wealthy
I Republicans in the senate tried to put within wide limits. The legislation he One man who took part a
:.: those who capital. Iowa business
: are making political "brain Perry, man.
through resolution offered Rob- asks is on the plan called it a '
a to and
i out of the deaths of the five.' ,I by designed expand trade had been defi- E. L. Walker! ,,Rock Spring \v 'o.
'said it
inson trust Idea" and
of Indiana
,asking the President give the Chief Executive author- -
Mr. Farley} appearing before the senate Lloyd Anderson, twenty-nine, copilot -
l' committee investigating air mail !If not incompatible with public' interest ity to shift the tariff'. up 'or down byas nitely "killed. Che -

; to Inform the senate by what much as 50 cent so' that reciprocal It was' .to have been a step in the oenne.
affairs declared that no one deplored,, to :Miss Mary Carter, twenty-four,
.:. 'agreements he had token Agricultural department
accepted payments tariff treaties'wfth other nations -
the fatalities more than he, but that. r'etire'submargin31 and Waste land stewardess Chattanooga! Tenn.
': from Great'Dritain, Italy and be negotiated. Furthermore,
;. the Post Office department had felt. may .
.: it must 'cancel the contracts and had. Czechoslovakia] and had recognized these treaties would not 'have to be from production. Tugwell was
: '
t' her 'them as not In..defa u It.. It also asked 'confirmed by the senate. and the tariff stood to plan the purchase of the tax -
e acted on the basis of the law Saves His Dixie Farm
: \ cities and I
land from states
conditions under which it found the what steps; If any, have been taken commission would not be consulted. delinquent

contracts had been made. He assured, to induce defaulting nations to pay ; The new 'authority' would be limited to counties. An issue of $500,000,000 In \ by Phoning President -
bonds bear'lag
; the committee that as rapidly as possible 'whether any understandings have been three years and no article could be' 40-year nontransferable Columbus, l\Iisso-:Sylvester::; Harris -

J' the department would work outa reached concerning revision ; and placed on the free list or removed 1% percent interest would have 'i', who believed in dealing with
: would have .
for it. The land ,
new policy in. the public Interest with whether any assurances have been from it. It was predicted that many paid the man at the top, knew what to
given linking debt payments with som'e been turned Into national parks, ero-
;. respect to the air mail and would take : Republicans and Democrats 'preserves I do t save his farm. .
tariff ,sion control areas, game or
into account the interests of the oper would oppose the scheme, but that it Sylvester put in a toll phone call
The Democratic ]leadership In the would after permitted to lie idle.
_- ators. get through congress long for President Roosevelt and got results.
senate succeeded The plan was outlined/ at'a confer- "
in the ,
having resolution debate '
"" ,
The had been '
postmaster: general .
.sidetracked into the 4 ence :attended by Secretary of Agricul-
foreign relations -
: summoned especially to confront his Here's what happened as Sylvester
ture Wallace, Vice President Garner,
committee. Senator Robinson .
I:' predecessor, Walter F. Brown, and to I U\DEn the management of Gen. tells it : '

consent to Mr. Brown's repeating a remark of Arkansas.,made a speech openly' re- Hugh'Johnson, the NRA opened a Senator ,Robinson of'Arkansas, Rep-and "The' "White; House gentleman .

he said made toI ferring to the necessity for some further series of public hearings in Washing resentative Byrns of Tennessee mad
;,;: Mr. Farley'had of the answered the phone got
Jones (Dem.-Texas)
concessions the of the I Chairman I"
'; Tiirn about Senator Hugo L. Black on part ton' ,. open to. all individuals and organizations committee. nd said :' 'Quit calling the Pres
United States if further payments ,house agriculture
;:.-, chairman of the committee. This was : any .that .wanted to present called' ident,' but 1 kept onand finally
are to be obtained, but he denied that Some conferees privately '
suggestions or complaints concerning
"He's just a publicity hound Butdon't him."He .
; got i4
negotiations looking to revision had NRA the plan "preposterous" and "commu -
I policies or administration of the. '
tell anybody I said so, because would said : 'Who's this' and I say
nistic" and. warned that they
taken place yet. codes: benefits from such ,
;:: I've got to get along with him" possible' 'it's Sylvester.; '
The vote on the motion to commit hearings appeared ,to be lessened by oppose it on the floor if necessary. "
Mr.: Farley Immediately denied that '
"' "He says : 'Sylvester who?
1 the resolution showed there has beena the restrictions decreed by General .
he; had said any such thing, and, "I 'Sylvester Harris,. a negro
considerable change from the opinion Johnson. He ruled that all speakers Power Firm PresidentIs say
.' scarlet faced, he departed for New down in Mississippi.: A, man is, get-
held in the senate In' December, should be considered: as "witnesses" ;
York amid roars of laughter. His, denial Slain in Texas to take land and J
:, 1931, when the Hoover moratorium that 'only facts might 'be presented, ting ready my
was necessary, ,doubtless, but Itdidn't want to know what to do.. The
resolution that, would be Texas. A f quarrel pa-
was passed successfullyonly and no ,argument per- Seguin, ur- 'ear

seem to impress an 'one. after. It had been amended to include mitted. over damages to a parcel of ranch ners say call you and here I am.'

Speaker Rainey says the army air a .reservation reiterating con- General Johnson opened the'proceed- land ended with the fatal shooting of I '"The Preside'nt' 's, quiet-like.
corps is Inefficient and poorly trained,
gress' unalterable opposition to revision ings ,by admitting 'NRA had many Gerald W. Peck, forty-eight years old, 'SylvesterTil investigate and jou'll
and for this he blames the three ''
l previous or cancellation 'of the debts. ,faults that he hoped would be correct' Chicago financier and sportsman and hear from me. .
Republican administrations. He
ell ,Then came the.flood of complaints president of' the Texas Hydro-Electric The telephone conversation occurred -
he would support a resolu-
*T *HERE'S a new emperor in the starting with those of small business company. Mr.. Peck was a member ofa February 19. Since then
already approved by the house
rules committee for : world and a new dynasty has been!. nien who,: assert the codes have oper- distinguished Chicago family. J George Hamilton, local representative -

of War depaitmen calling? methods.investigation Maj. founded. By direction of Japan.. Henry ated against them and In favor of the Tom Ilollamon: sixty-seven years of. the New. Orleans Federal ,

Gen. of Pu-yl, who In his infancy was the "boy large 'concerns. Mrs. Piuchot, wife of old ranch owner and former United' Land bank, has received a telegram ,
Ben Foulois, chief the Army .
emperor" of China, the governor of Pennsylvania unexpectedly States marshal and ,Texas ranger, was from Washington requesting inves-'
Air defended hismen ] ]
corps and who has_ been appeared and declared,. the formally charged with the murder aft- tigation of the mortgage of' Selves.

the chief executive of government had been defeated by the preliminary examination. He was ter's farm and an adjustment
the President proposes to car- er a

HOW ry on the relief program was revealed Manchukuo, has been "steel trust," and she was supportedby released after posting a $1,000 bond. through extension.

enthroned as emperor Edward McGrady, assistant sec-
at a press conference. In addition
: of that puppet state. retary of labor. Mrs.. PInchot said
to continuation of the CWA In
Truce for Party
cities The young manheis that in the cases of the big steel! companies House of Commcns '
_ relief of distressed families in
twenty-eight as- the workers: ,had been;! betrayed Decreed by Farley
R rural regions is to be placed on a : Snubs Hunger Marchers
sumed the name of 'by the NRA and she made'a bitter
new basis, and the government is to Washington.-In his capacity as
Kang Teh, which be-' personal attack on General Johnson. London.-The 2,000 hunger marchers :
undertake the transportation of entire chairman of the Democratic national
ing interpreted ,is Next day the! cause' Of. labor, was who flocked to London to protest
communities from! non-operating coal committee Postmaster General Parley
.... "tranquillity and vir- brnuglitmore prominently to the front ,against an unemployment bill re- -
mine localities and similar centers of hoisted the flag: of truce in all Dem-
tue." He probably is< by 1 Mr/McGrady and others who de- mained here dejectedly-their last
unemployment to the subsistence' battles and issued the
Emperor ocratic primary
virtuous but the chance of presenting their grievances
clared employers had been evading the
colonies which are being Teh
Kang following statement :
tranquillity Is, problematical before the government apparently
created with .. code provisions at the expense of .their
$25,000,000 of public .. "In view of the approaching pri- '
In view of the way Japan employees. gone. :
works funds. .. it is only fair
fc and Russia are snarling at each other, maries in many states, After a bitter debate the house of

3 In rural regions families In distress for if those nations go to' war "the that it be thoroughly understood that commons upheld" the 'action of Prime
are to be helped to raise'enough food and the Ford Motor company national committee is
the Democratic
scene of the conflict will be the newly NRA ,1\Ilnis'ter MacDonald] in refusing to
for subsistence and to get part time tangling'up In another fight..
for or against any
established empire which used to' be not taking part, receive representatives who sought an
employment in Industries and on road The company; was charged by workers Democratic candidate, In any senatorial -
Manchuria. opportunity to before the
r: building and other public works with having refused to barga'ln" c- .
state municipal or congressional "
Great preparations'were made for cabinet or the bar of the house..
Communities of miners out of work tively with their rep- "
the coronation ceremony, but Henry'sJapanese campaign. The government had turned thumbs
because of the closing down: of coal resentatives at the "
were so apprehensive 'down on the marchers' demands for a J
mines, the President calls "stranded Edgewater, :N., J., and
of attempts on his. life that the Extortionists Slain hearing, taking the stand that the
populations. They were left stranded Chester, Pa., plants, I
public was not, admitted, to the rites manifestations were "organized by a .5.'t'J!
when work and and William H. Davis
gave out there Is no by Police in Gunfight .
prospect of a resumption of mine op in Hsinking, the capital. The emperor national compliance body notorious. ,its efforts to spread .
rode the five miles from the palace' St. Louis, Mo.\ -Policemen killed two unconstitutional agitation and prop-
erations. In most cases the mines director, arranged to .
to the "altar of heiaven" In. an American alleged 'extortionists In a revolver aganda.. '
have been exhausted. The President hear the arguments of bat-I
;;; ; bullet-proof automobile and the tle In the apartment of Michael
:: said the undertaking would be to move both sides at a meet-
route was protected by barbed wire cardi! In north St. Louis. Detective
Famine Relief Rushed
an appreciable number of such families ing In Washington.
stockades'and lined with thousands of James B. Mobrak was wounded. Ito
> to localities where they can maintain Secretary Craig of the
identified as Virginia Mountains
The .slain
troops. For every three Manchukuan men were
: themselves' on'smnU tracts of Ford company sent

land with incidental industrial employ soldiers In the lines' there was 'one Davis a long letter Norman Godier a Cuckoo gangster Richmond, Va.-Emergency relief

ment, which is the subsistence homestead Japanese soldier, and also there. were Henry Ford denying the concern and an ex-convict and James V. funds totaling $0,000 were rushed to

swarms of secret police. Griffin arrested once but not prose- Buchanan in .
:. county southwest Virginia
'I-J now being tried out at had violated any provision the automobile

.: Reedsville, W. Va. Simultaneously with the elevationof code or "the national recoveryact cuted. to aid snowbound mountaineers

t, \ '. Concerning that Reedsville plant, a the new ruler, his Invalid wife, and refusing? to send 'a representative Mobrak was one of a party of eight in their desolate cabins, who are -

'" ..' pet of Mrs. Roosevelt's, It Is interest Yueh' Hua, was vested with the dignities to the meeting.' The NRA detectives detailed to the Accardi threatened"with famine and Illness asa

,'." ing to read that the house refused by of queenhood, although her thereupon notified President Edsel home because of an extortion demandfor result of the storm which swept the I

'S':.' .. a margin of 105 votes to approve the health precluded her participation In' Ford that It would Investigate the $',300 made on the family. state.

: construction and operation there of a the ceremonies. charges "without his co-operation."

factory to make post' office furniture. The automobile industry was disturbed Alaska Invites Roosevelt Youth to Be Hanged in Canada '

.,: .. The 'project was denounced, as "a JAPAN and soviet Russia are now by widespread labor troublesand Washington.: Delegate Didmond Quebec.-Nelson Phillips eighteen, ..

,; '. plunge Into state socialism." over military airplane I the threat of a general walkout. (Dem. Alaska), has presented a for- convicted of murdering Maud Ascah," J

..... flights over each other's: territory, and' Difficulties over union organization and mal Invitation to President Rooseveltto fourteen, at Peninsula, Que., last fall

:.. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT In a spe-. have exchanged ''sharp notes of protest demands for pay Increases are at the visit Alaska on his proposed' .west- was sentenced by Chief Justice Green-

F'- clal message asked congress to create Though the situation seems to bottom of all the row. ern trip next summer. shields to be hanged May 18.

\ a new federal commission to regnM be tense an official spokesman for by Western Newspaper Union.


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LEND CHARM TO MercolizedWax:

.. Anne's Lace I : ; c '

: Queen As the.car drove over a ,hill, writes

Amos Burg.during-a journey through

-. Oregon, we heard a melodious voice

singing in :a foreign tongue. It was,

' I By Frances Parkinson Keyes I II a Basque herder .seated on'a I rim, l/

watching his flocks below. ....4SlYG'4 :

,,,. These are mystery men of the
:\ Keeps Skin'Young
rangecourteolisagreeable. but reticent -
:J : WNU Service.' = : Absorb blemishes and discolorationa
Frances Parkinson Keyes fitting in perfectly! .with: {heirunnttendedsolltude using
.' ;" Mercobzcd Wax daily as directed Invisiblaparticles
< ", :: :: of aged"skin are freed and all
":. -................................................... i I III III I111111111111111111111I1111" 'we defects such as blackheads tan freckles and
SllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllimilllllllllllllllllllMIIII illlllllllllllllllll tlllllllllllllllllllsettlers IIIIiIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIfresh When drove Into the Basque ; '
:< pores disappear. Skin is then beauti
J town of Jordan Valley: another' aspect fury clear velvety and so soft-face looks'i
and working
valley air she' needed.T.hpse
/,.,: : SYNOPSIS in the upper Connecticut : -. 'yearsyouunger-Alcrcohzed-Wax" brings out
r was a' lieutenant colonel in the In'th little'garden. That garden:, of these people was piesentpd your bid n beauty.Mall leading: druggists.)I
J' ... --:-- It was late Dashing\ mount
:' ;'. Disappointed, through her Inability to putfinishing" Revolution.. I could of course go in was going'to save, .them a, great dealf"In'; Sunday Powdered,JSaxolite iI
". r. -: ed 1 ; f [ chaps Reduces and other SimI
and wrinkles
yaqueros'with tinged igns.:
her for dance, both those and I believe vegetables. / 'f :
,, touches to costume a through men, .' I ply_dissolve one ounce Saxolite in half-pint I
Anne Chamberlain is irritated by the stolidity several others, but I've never both- She did mind the' 'heat, howe'yer, tilting caricoling'up- the I witch hazel and use daily,as face lotion. I
::,' of her escort, George Hildreth. A visitor in street spirited and ,
- i" ered." much more than she had expected, on ponies, trollIng ,.i-.r\;, .' ,, '>
," the community, Neal Conrad, young lawyer Is '
,"- to be the "sensation" of the evening:; and Hil- Mrs. Conrad had difficulty in sup- much more than she" ever confessed. young ladies with a vivacity o'f.' .r'\', T' 'J ; ,

-,' dreth, Anne's suitor, Is vaguely jealous Con pressing her righteous indignation."Neal The low-ceilinged rooms, close up"'under nat ral charm a'nd'd're'ss gave' 'to 'this You Dizzy NERVOUS?
rad is impressed by Anne, perceiving her fine ,'frontier Oregoh: community a :touch. of ,
never told me belonged to the :which had been SO
-;,: ". 3'ou eaves cozy felt miserable, suf
character. A few days later she accompanieshim "' .. ie;
the Spanish1 r -rerie's :
: : fronidlny,
,!:_ and his,hostess. Mrs.; Griffin, on a p'cnic, those Chamberlains and comfortable In'winter were hideously nervous
\ J. .- dipping into her scanty savings to buy suitable "I don't believe Neal knows it. We've hot by the first of July. At the When the 'first Basque settler'wandered >Msr, headache had ::'pOOl'/:". svgs-appetite sleepless, my,
"finery" for the' from old friend, Mr .... .into-1 Jordan Valley more:
.' trip an never dIscussed it." end of September they were slill" hideously : than back ; ached, also my
Goldcnburg At the end of. the day Neal declares the limbs, and I felt weak
'.\', '.' his l love. Anne has no doubt of her "And the W dsvorth-why, Anne, hot. But. more and more; Neal forty 3 ears ago 'and saw endless. "i.. and exhausted," said Mrs.

';: feelings and they become engaged. The mar you could belong' to' the Colonial prospered. He bought, her an electric sheep range he 'urged his brother in :_ T. R.- Wnghf St., Savannah at: 119, W.
.i1 Liberty Ga.
,,"' riage is solemnized quietly but impreSsively. Dames, too-as far as your ancestryIs fan, and then another,She put them far-away Spain; to come.' That was "I took' Dr. Pi rce's Favorite -

?, I At Washington, on their honeymoon, the Con- concerned. But of haveto which .,-t.1,beginning) :of the.correspondence, Prescription and improved from the
:' rads meet Clarence Hathaway, friend of Ncal's. course you in the bedroom she-kept closed;; r start, gamed in every way, enjoyed my meals,
,;;', young diplomat The young couple begin house- be formally Invited to that and dark all day, and when he entered, ?: 'that .spotted theshelterles9 sagoplainsRf rested better, had no more aches and all

l:; ,', keeping. "1 have been 'formally Invited.." said at 'night, he never founditr. 'unendur- i soptileasternOregoo. with weakness New size,disappeared tablets 50 cts.," ,,liquid $1.00. Largo

f' Anne, still carelessly, "Mrs. Scott, Jim ablywarm.. ,: P. bJwAr.lt (never, Basque ,heifers, and their .nomadic .size,,tabs, or liquid, $1,35. "We Do Our Part."

., CHAPTER V-Continued. mie's mother' asked me.lt I'm considering I seemed: to dd\"e l her.mny.:respite :frqm, fibchs J } "_, ,fl" i : tThrese -

r < whether. I can' afford the the heat.. Neal bought ,h.er..a. 'sewpgmachine { cleanly! ,;, ;jndusjrious;) and hos-

' -" :', ;. ....v... -13-. dues." I ,, they\' KeV, ;tnthgmarhettndnpaid'easli :'.P.t!fable''p'oplet Ir.r ie.ratlpally:', having: CUTICUR'A OINTMENT
::..> The next morning, without comment. etr
"I should be for lt' yith this, in her tJ1.W langu'ag'e 4pd.custclms-modified
delighted to pay your ) qssassfoi ;
Neal i bills ; '
-u ,, and a""day gathered later up, they the offending came Hack to, dues" ,she, began:to replenish ;f'hglr!! ,: b'y'the'3'ou.ng" people attending school. Relieves, .Skin. Irritations. ;
"wdrdrobesvvnlcbJw1ere1\ oth becoming, alter:are tli many of the children. J ;;\ "
, her, receipted. On Friday evening he Anne, who by this time was well': ,,, .': ,-s': M".> '}a. ." ,' ; quickly and, easily. For sufferers

:..::::.,. ,. : asked :.Her,"" casually, [If she had i tele* aware ;of Neal's contribution to the ,.d [),eted. \ .' 5\"howevtlr tf'aln" : who have never. seen a from!itching, burning affections, eczema
They.-fe.fer to a trip to";Ontarlo -
.; : Conrad family, felt that this offer had ':Sucidenly'tlieh! { )Heat bi.her4 wa _
-;: ; : : 5.w': ". phQAexU-fcis-mother i asking' :her forSundaynilnner. I : as''t'goirig: out ,fo the lailroad" ,pimplesrashe3redrough skin
-: '' .- its humorous aspect. But she did not an: unreasonable "''c'old snap.; 'Anne, .' sor'e, itching, burning,feet, chafings,
eF''al{ dinner the
: Af Basque': entire
:,-'... "I telephoned her that we couldn'thave say so.When.' who'. ''llad' gobe'fout In ttie' horseless s ; ( hi"u chappings, cuts,burns and all forms
: spring came, Neal ,took: out carriage: for 'a short 'rfde'tothoTilf/'a] | l hopit3atin.nssemblgd commurfity of disfiguring blotches, prompt relief
', : any Sunday ,dinners for the present :' r halted ga\e'a dance in
! "'-: offer the,h'orseless carriage, and every Sunday wrap"camc; home';chilled, to) the: nihr- Basque\ may be found by anointing with
because' Ive
" : to
accepted an >'
' : afternoon they went, out for a of her bones.' "''th''itexf'morning' our1 Il6\i6r. The snapping fingers;
row Cntlcura It
-; ,< :; ,sing In the choir, of the First Congregational ., I : Ointment. quickly
- ill to 'J:": .'! gaiety,,' inerriihaking and frequent '
drive Sometimes Neal reached home she was too get1'tip Ifr soothes and soon heals.
';:.. [ church, said Anne calmly R
: \"' early enough for one on a week day, She did get up, nevertheless,'> her. lumtrot; song that: accompanied the ,-
,' "I'll have to'sing twice on Sunday and 25c and
Price 5Oc.
' :' too ; but he was staying later and laterat head throbbing, her' limbs alternately ; dances: flowed from the deep roots,of
: ; go to'at least one rehearsal! during ,
"'" .' his office, as the volume of his work II quivering with cold and, burning with.: their: ancient heritage.I'atlonalGeograpl : Proprietors: Potter Drug &,Chemical
the week Mrs. Simmons told'me. ..
\ _. \ -
fever. ached all'er Neal reading i.e Icigazine. : Corporation, Maiden, Mass.
'. ',-: Spe : .. :
;:} : ) while we were banging out our clothes .: '
the morning drinking his
: paper
: .
/: ," that a soprano was needed badly. So '
coffee, eating his cereal, noticed nothing n' -
a<: ;" ,I went and offered I'm going to be ? : "
the matter with her. When he had ; ':. 9. 1. : .:
:;;?" _:' paid two dollars a week."
gone for the.day she lay down on the :
?h aJ ; Simmons was their landlady. : ,
: I.rs dlhel\-
: )unmade: b ;kfa t dishes unwashed ..,'.,. .',..., ._ .' "
'f::' '" '::;. "She told me.about a little boy, too," her bread unbaked. Towards"' .; (.". ., ', '

;:;f.- ., Anne went on, ,1n .ardly quaking ,but 'noon' 'she'forceu' herself to put the flat '" w" )
;c,f. ..:. ::-. :;. : outwardly collected, "JImmie Scott. In order beforesale'succumbed again. .

\ :; .:. He's been sick and fell behind In Just before"sis.the'telephone rang.. If :
, ':; :-" .' school work. His mother's been try Neal. '.' :" '
1- ::c' ..,' -: ";:; .' Ing to find som' one 'who would come ."Hello, honey. How are?jou?" .-. .. ADVICE

.:;: -, : '. to him late every'morning for nn hour "All right"_ ;, .' .

: (:; ,,'; :- ; : and tutor him ,Jimmie is ,a darling- : "Would you, mind "very much ,If I :, \.' .. ; ,. -

': ;: ;;':: :" eight .years old, but .he ,doesn't look It didn't come',home to' supper? There's. i ..If :you' vant to '

#%:;T':< ..:_<."\', I'm going to begin teaching him 'on a Mr. ,Dawson], of ,Belford, here,. who. relieve constipation! gently and safely
: :v' :" : Monday. And I'm going to get a dollar
: wants to go fcver some 'matters with
'':;;"? didn't take the exact dose suited to your need
\ : '.' a day. You said you want 'me, me, apd]'*ie's asked me' to fake dinnerWiffi"'hin'at I'A

5.. ,::%.(:>; : to teach school, but 'you never said the l otel.. I think I better.. ,'" avoid danger of bowel strain .. '." '. W ;-

: : anything about child, and I ", '
." one thought perhaps- .. i '
,> '. '',,'. ." i1t '-use a'liquid laxative =J., ,
.' .. ',, perhaps "Why'of'course:1f1i"?! -" ,. '' W"o OUT :-

1 "That was, quite a wash ,you hung "I w.on'f be late:' Goodby.' I .:r .. ,
':. out, wasn't It?" Neat asked dryly. Buthewas late. Anne put the 'half-' :
,:, .! Can constipation be safely rechance it. The contents of Dr.CaldwelPs ,
: .; He was angry, terribly angry, she prepared food into thet ,refrigerator, "
.' lieved? "Yes!I" say medical men' Syrup Pepsin is stated
:; was sure of'It. She whowould and crept supperless back to bed. She '7
I gladly "Yes' declare thousands who plainly on.the label; fresh rbs,'
r .:.hi have let herself be chopped 'to pieces- lay there for hours, too misern.blyun- have followed their advice and pure pepsin active senna. .

::;'-''".,:- small pieces-to "save him a pain In comfortable to sleep, too stupid and,A' : know.. ." ,, .

\.:;';'::: '..;,:.'..., his little finger, had made, him angry : dizzy to read,, counting' the moments' Its very taste tells you Syrup:
< .1. is wholesome. A
,: '. 4 I And ,Then, Suddenly, i Expression You are not apt ,to cure your Pepsin delight
;" ';:- :-'; "' It was almost too much to endure. Almost and He Pulled'Her until he should come and comfort her.", .' constipation with salts, pills and ful taste, and delightful action.

, '": -", but not quite. The streak of Changed, At last she ,heard his key turnIngrt; t' ; tablets,' or. any habit-forming Safe for expectant mothers, and

i"-"-. :{", ; hardness In Anne saved her now: She Toward Him. the latch.. Hd bounded into the bedroom ",;' ":cathartic.. Butryou can fsafely; children. Drug stores have .it. ,

':- ':r faced him,'somehow, .without flinching. steadily Increased. When Jimmie and sat down beside her, :bubbling .- : relieve Jthis condition just-.by ready for use in big bottles. '
.4 '
; : *'_. And ( gentle regulation with a suitable '
i .Then suddenly, his .expression Scott went Away to the seashore, and over with excitement. : t
: changed, and he d'her liquid laxative.:, ,: ._ ,
:. : : pull toward the soprano whose place Anne had "Anne Anneare you asleep? ..

,i"_ :: him, joyously, laughingly, wrapping filled at the First .Congregational What do you think has happened? Mr., : r '
,' Why Hospitals use THE TEST
r,;;:, : : his long, lean arms about her In a Dawson' and a few other men have"e ? :
church tried to extracta
:;:;:>;- '" bear hug. returned, Neal ,' a liquid laxativeThe
11 talking to me, and they vv/int me
from his wife that'she would
;i; /- "You.precious kid I You got the better promise wage-earning to run for state legislator. vTIjie> can dose of a liquid laxative can This ,test has proved,to"many
embark ventures
on no more
;"; ) ,:' ;, : of me after all, didn't you? Well, didate from this district Mr. SoOker, be measured. The action can men and women
without him. that their trouble
Y-:i;', .,'t, : go to Ul I But stick your money In the "We're; really consulting ahead of the game you know-has' died, and they' think thusbe regulated need. It to forms suit your'no not "weak bowels," was but

r .:..',: "..'- bank.; I'll give you the thirty dollars I'd never have d bett fchance' to try individual strong cathartics!
now. Everything's back In the savings habit need not takc'a
; ; :"' : for housekeeping the first of every too-- my luck. It's' what we've both; hoped ; you two later. First select properly
; bank that we took out, and more "double dose" a day or : a
S :<: "fi< month. and If' I don't take any vacation this for, come sooner than we dared; to .r.", Nor will'it irritate the kidneys. prepared liquid. laxative.

...:;L:><, ,, ; November, December, January, February but hope. And, thanks to you:' there's Second: take the dose }, I
: summer-not for a days, laxative will
even liquid
The right
: ,! March April, May- Twenty plenty of money saved up for the necessary movement with you find suited to your 1
:;. "- ;" five 'dollajs a month for plug right ahead- brine a perfect system. Third: gradually
J. rent expenses
', Including Oh, Anne, do the tune
sayyou're discomfort at or
,:' "Oil, of course, that's what you no reduce the dose' until -
and ,
;y::- light, ,thirty dollars a month glad 'I" afterward '
ought to do-" bowels are moving of
", for food, another thirty for IncidentalsIce She said so, of course, dizzily, her-
= "But wouldn't you like to go home The unwise use of strong their own accord -1
:, ., telephone, gasoline, contributlons Ham voice sounding a long way off to her.: ,cathartics often do moreDr.. Caldwell's ,
' ', for a i little while? I mean' to may Syrup
: :! ,.. In chUrch cigarettes for Neal a She ; .
: was glad-thankful-overjoyed.1:
stead It terribly hot In Hms- harm than good. Pepsin has the highest
: '.:i new pair of shoes for Anne, small gets Only-why didn't she feel sod Aftd standing among liquid
'. :: laxative read
?7 dentist's bills for both.,of them They boro. :: In buying .any and is the one
. ; why-oh, ,why-couldn't Neal-Neal, doubtlaxatives,
: the label If it contains a .
She Insisted
She would not hear of It. .
.. were spending no more: on all their generally used. i'
who had always been so thoughtful, so. fug drug, don't .ta.ke. it. If you
mind the heatat : ,
she did not
living expenses, than Neal vv as.!,; giving I that solicitous before, In the light pf this don't know what is in its don t '

his family, ,and -yet how ,m'ucbmore all,, that the.' outings which ,they new conquest, even see, how si'ck. she .. ":
they got for the would take together In the horseless '
money I At Mrs was without being told? *'
Simmons' Joined carriage \would furnish tier with,all the '
Instigation they' a (TO BE 'CONTINUED.), ..,
small musical l club, the Bach and
I '
Beethoven society, to which she and "
her sons, Fred and Frank, nelonged "So They Pulled Away and, Left Him," Auto ParkIng Storage Immediately or ,"a k'ti-:, '' nk! New Baths Beds, New, New 1'

I Several Adjacent to if k' Wq Carpeti.Newly {
: the same young women who
Gallant Sailor's Unsatisfying EpitaphNightfall the Hotel. Reasonable '1 f ice sg i Decorated.
belonged ,nlnvprt
to this club__ bride to. i 6
n --'- .
-7' -.0--- Prlcei.Hotel I Throughout.
ether every Wednesday afternoon, a rising wind and sea lit : main as his unsatisfying epitaph. des air

I. and Anne, without much difficulty by the last flames from a burning "He refused: to come" Was he ....... '

mastered the rudiments of the game, tanker,the great .hull already far down .simply so confident of his ship that tII! -

: : : and the art of serving'tea after It by the stern and wallowing. danger. he believed! she would float 1n' spite

-y v.<:( And, gaining courage, when her,moth ously, and a ship's boat 'full of men' of everything? Or was he responding '. -: :

:-'f; :',: '-i er-Inlaw entertained the Hlnsboro looking up impatiently as the captqln, to ,some ,obscure sense of duty, "to .,' n :}

'. ';, .; chapter of the Daughters of the American alone\ upon the forecastle, refuses to some half-admitted tradition of his .

.;.: '::. Revolution- Anne offered her services go with them-it makes a ,sudden and 'own or to some more intrlcat6/aiird Unfathomable I .r ;;" :_': "

for the day I memorable scene. ,Conrad' ? would' be mixture of motive?./now" .",

:....o:;. = "It's very kind of you my dear.. I required to describe the last ,moment can one ever know? Overtaken by

.;' should have, asked you of course, :', In of the tanker Cities; ,Service" .Petrol} abrupt disaster early In the morning,

any'case, but I thought, you might[ feelIt off the Carolina c'oasta- 'short time he had fought ,all day to save his ". ,. ATLANTANTJ'

embarrassing to attend, when you are ago, as a Conrad could 'alone Inter. crew, bandaged the Injured, got,'them : : ih

not eligible to the organization." pret the mystery in that single fig- all off, picked up those who had.

"I' am eligible," said Anne carelessly. ure, Immovable In the face of fire jumped,.mastered the situation as wellas 'VILL.Y N, Proprietor "

'Mother has belonged for years; though and death on the ship .which hewouldnot It' cqufd be mastered. So; far as 1A

she seldom goes to. the meetlngsfwedon't leave. "We managed d," said the'' the w 'rlcl"'kn ws. or' could know' he NEIL':IAND BETTER HOTEL FOR LESS. MONET

think much' :of' It at nome,. because mate, "to take all 'the'm'en off the had answered every responsibility, but '

.',' 1 we're all descended from Revolutionary blazing ship except the captain, who at last, when everyman was clear and 300 ROOMS, .:-:300, ;BATHS-RADIO, IN'EVERY ROOM:
.. "
-I>> heroes there. Hambtead has refused to come At H>:25 p. m. we jhe boat was waiting, 'he would",< not : ". RATES $1.50 UP. .

U-- a chapter that's been active for years: left the ship" It took them an hour leave his ship ,So they pulled sway CONNECTION.'GOOD- FOOD AS TOU LIKE IT.

Mother Joined. through the Colonial. to pull back to 'safety ; and five min and left him ; and an hour later the' CAFE' IN Breakfast,.Dinner or Supper 25o to 500. ,

governor, Ephralm Wadsworth, after- utes later they saw the tanker vanish tiny spark of flashlight across the rising ATLANTA GA.

: wards General Wadsworth. And-my with her master. "As the ship was sea gave the last beam wherewith Corner Luckie & Cone Sls. ,

father's, great-grandfather, Moses sinking te flashed his light The one might pierce his 'gtery-.New.

Cnamberialn, who was'one of the first simple. 'words of the mate must re- York Herald Tribune. ,, .." .'J.

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rAGE FOUR _____ __
ered his goods together. He chatted FERA WILL TAKE made application for tax deed to issue The assessment of saidproperty

The Clewiston News with Mrs. Alston before leaving, and_ OVER CAVA WORK thereon in accordance with law. under the said certificate issued was
connected Said certificate embraces the' follow in the name of F. E. Hogben. Unless
asked if Dave was ever
Published every Friday in Clewiston, ing described property situated in said certificate shall be redeemed
the CLEWISTON NEWS, with a carnival or circus. "He must Last Friday the Hendry county j. will issue
Florida, by Hendry County, Florida, : according to law, tax deed
Inc. 1 have been some sort of show man," ; CWA office received a telegram Lot 14 Block 409 Clewiston. I thereon on the 19th day of March,

he explained his question, "to from Tallahassee ordering the dIscontinuation The assessment of said property A. D. 1934. Dated this 16th day of
Keathley Bowden, Editor gather that big crowd together." I of all CWA projects. under the said certificate issued was i February- A. D. 1934.WILLIAM '

The golfers who still remain in later Information came that the in the name of F. E. Hogben. Un- I' T. HULL,

the Clewiston Drug Company handicap -! work had not been permanently less said certificate' shall be redeemed Clerk Circuit Court. I-. ;;..._....
Entered as second class mall mat- tournament have girded themselves dropped but that the old FERA according to law, tax deed (SEAL) By Inez Magill, Deputy .r

ter February 1, :1927, at the Post anew for battle after seeing would be revived to take over the will issue thereon on the 19th day J Clerk.

Office In Clewiston, Florida, under the handsome trophy that Is now displayed projects and carry on the work. of March, A. D. 1934. Dated this No. 12C-Feb. 16, 23, Mch. 2, 9, 16.
,the Act of March '3, 1897. In the Clewiston Drug Company One definite announcement was 16th day of February, A. D. 1934. I I
window. It's a beauty, 18 made from the local of tic e.All persons Clerk Circuit Court

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. Inches high, mounted on an attractive desiring to work must reregIster By Inez Magill,'Deputy Clerk. WEAVERENE OINTMENTAt

Advertising .rates. on application. colored base and already properly as an entirely new set of recordsIs (SEAL) By INEZ MAGILL, I

engraved, except for the name required under the new plan. Deputy Clerk. Clewiston Drug Stores

:' of the winner. It's a prize worth No. 11C Feb. 16, 23, Mch. 2, 9, 16. I
For Groundltch and Athlete'sFoot
Devoted to the advancement and working for, and so are the other CLEWISTON JUNIOR BASEBALL D

welfare of Glewiston and 'Hendry prizes, for in this unique tourna- CLUB HAS STRONG PLAYERS I I
County. ment every winner of a match winsa .--- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR II 2'5' c

prize, and when the tournamentis The Clewiston Junior Baseball TAX DEED

over prizes will be given to all Club, at a recent meeting, chose

Wonder If it was a Clewiston asked lady"Do those who won even a single match; Ed Butler as manager to direct a that NOTICE Foster IS Meredith HEREBY, holder GIVEN of, .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
when the judge
who,understand the nature of an and the greater the number of '' team composed of Clewiston's Tax Certificate No. 916 of the 7th :_: MARKET ::
you "Well husbandIs matches won the greater the value 'I' younger baseball players. day of Sept., A. D. 1931, has filed ;: SEA FOOD i:
oath? replied, my
a golfer." or the prize given. Practice will begin at an early said certificate In my office and :|!: LUNCHES ::

If you've wondered what all those date, with the nucleus of a team made application for tax deed to issue -

funny cross marks that are paintedon called. A player captain will be thereon In accordance with law. |:: J. G. MARTIN :::
If Claude Pepper had his picture Said certificate embraces the follow-
the highway between the school elected at the first practice.
in the papers because he's out for ing described situated In .!' FIRST DOOR NORTH POOLE'S GRO. ..Z.t .
.f' and the Hopkins building are, I'll Manager Butler has an array of property +
homely man's vote, the News- Hendry County Florida : LABELLE FLORIDA
the r&s to-wit:
let you in on what really happened.The youthful talent to choose from- Y. .
: Press thinks we should give him. our Junior Thomas Coburn Lots 16-17-18-19 Block 167 N:..N:N H:N::N:N N N N:N N:N:N:N N:N:N:N N:N:N 11N :.
intended Moore
sign painters to painta and I Clewiston.
. most nthusfastlc'support..
.' slow warning for motorists approaching Hooky Avant are slated, for the

. the school. When they mound with Ed Clark, Ed Ward,
Fort Myers News-Press thinks got through they found the lettering I I John Dennis and Merle Lowe be-
;' President Roosevelt may not be an was upside down and the only mo- Bind the bat. The 'players are also III': : :N:N:-:N:N: : :N: :N N:M:M:+:-:N N: : :N:N N N:H N N N:"N: :N:N:::N N N :N H.:.

f engineer, but he has developed knee torists that would be warned a/.3 capable of holding other infield and ..
} action in an airflow Congress. That they approached the school zone t outfield posts. Bobby\ Hare, Roy .(1 : ,.:.

.' I makes him pretty much of a wizard, would be those standing on their Green, Ed Ward, Rabbit Roberts .

; .. .doesn't it? a heads. So that sign, was obliteratedand and Bob Dean are scheduled for infield .
I I \i
another In groper position was positions, with} 'Harold Lang, IICLEWISTON \

.- '. One exchange has come to the painted a short ,Distance away. Richard Bestor, Jim. Beardsley, Con- 60LF
t conclusion that there three _
: grave are
nie Clark, Bob Harris and Luther
Congratulations, to Doc and Mrs. y :
Y: kinds of animals at the dog races, '"
Lowe In the outfield.It .:
Ezelle on the arrival what
: -the rabbit, the dogs and a':lot of of we understand !
f planned to have sche-
Is a most attractive baby games "
I 1
The latter must have plenty COURSE
r Interesting. daughter. Mother:.and baby are In duled with strong' out-of-town :. I '. :.
: of to make It
jack ..
a West Palm Bec: $ hospital doing teams, to furnish local fans with i I '
: nicely thank youVrlWe{ baseball through the;:-sjimmer. .t. .i.
hope they'll ,.
: If we are to believe "The morning :: _. ': t' ::
,' hurry home and ;feive us all a chanceto ,; ,
i After" back seat driving has invaded ,
: see the new arrival. _.t. .'f- -, ..z.y .
t': "' the golf course. Red Newton 44; +
J. M. .
t: : says"Mrs. Denny Shute stands within y vy

T;. 10 .feet. of her .husband and supervises' "FINE" JOB AT GAMBLINGJ. Counselor and Attorney at Law y v

.>, every shot in every tourna Hopkins A1

:-: ment., .... J. Mendenhall, testifying last Wednesdays and Saturdays

The a Floridian Parker Arm and Rack now ,in inventedby use at quaintance ious week deaths at the of inquest'Into at two Jacksonville women the of myster-,his said ac- 9:30 to_ 4:00 \\1\\ Open to the Public ] \=:

Fort Benning, Georgia, is so deft- Witches Clocks,
that the only he had since Jewelry-
money .
+ ly designed that a: loaded gun will
should his pardon from Raiford prison In Jewelry Repairing: y
not fit into place., One be in

:, every home that owns a rifle. or races.July, 1930, came from gambling on W. H. MERRITT y y.z' .z.

shotgun. 1 I A precarious source of income, WATCHMAKER &,JEWELER :: *

Even: -a.- Senate Inquiry must have that. Amazing Indeed that any man, Rear or' 'z.'z. 4.'l. 5' ,

Y. F, a color scheme. says the' Christian let alone one out:=:off the world for Clewiston Drug. Company. Y't. S : .. H1:
Science Monitor, which pictures fifteen :years serving a prison sentence CLEWISTON .. ; S FLORIDA 't' I :

Walter F. Brown former Post Master could subsist for well four Y I
( : on p. 0. Bbx--.Jl l
:: Moderate Green Fees : *
i5 i: .. I General, being questioned by years upon race track winnings. "We To ; I
h. 'Sen tors'H go L. Black and 'WallaceH. At the time of. Mendenhall's par- Are Here Stay"NOTICE : .
t f Exceptional Fairways :
}, White, Jr., members of the. investigating don from R!lTBr:r where he had ;, I

t-:,'; committee been sent for[f ljg urder of two women OF APPLICATION FOR. *; Interesting Greens : *_ (ti't.

''' I in Pineuascounty, ,it was represented TAX DEED I ..
Just because a person doesn't fit I that such qualities of Y I

i'.., a particular job is no sign he Isn't manhood, suth genius as a .builder, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, :!: :

;.-- a most praiseworthy Individual. had he shown while a convict that That Mrs. M. D%"RoVas. holder of

Such were the circumstances in "outside" contractors were clamor- Tax Certificate No.: 9.f8 of the 7th II..N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N....N.N.N.N.N.N.ti.N.N.N.ti.M.N:.:..:.N.IN. .N..:.:.N. ".N.N..N.N.N.N.N,.:.N.N.N.N.1 IIi
day of Sept., A. D., 1931. has filed
which Robert H. Gore and Marcus Ing for his services A "fine job"
said certificate in my office and
Fagg recently found themselves. awaited him on his release the pardon -

Both splendid men, they will remaIn board was_ told, ana this: was the --rp -

among Florida's leaders.Practically deciding factor in bringing about .

his discharge.: Evidently that "tinejobn .Z. ..t.vf .
every'exchange that was a chance to bet on the dogs _
comes to our 'desk has taken, occa- .. .t..t.
and horses.
sion during the first of March to :: ArAttractive Clewiston Home *
The best one may say Is that Flor-
I comment on conditions a year ago y yy

when office. President Certainly Roosevelt the cards assumed; have Ida I don has board.an .-exceedingly Clearwater gullible Sun. par- n We Helped Build fi

been sufficiently shuffled since that _
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memorable March day for the most TAX BOOKS' CLOSE :( .;. .. .z. ._;-

skeptical to believe there really is PROMPTLY APRIL 1ST.r .:_. .. .2' 'z'
a New Deal. .t .f. yy

The Everglades of Florida areS The governor has t, issued a state- X I 1.1. 7r.oa .z.yy..:.. ..'z..t.t ..

5. the mystery lands of the nation to- ment to the tax collectors of the :fl: +

f -5- day. Some parts of the Everglades state calling to: their attention the yy
have recorded law-governing the closing :of the tax f yy
never the footsteps .
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of 'man.-Jacksonville Times-UnIon. ,books and the advertising delinquent .. ; .i. .i.

And the Everglades are more prom- taxes. There will be no delayed vy

inent; in the attention of the nation tax payments this year, according -, it 1' ,1E' ..t.ty. ...... ,

than ever before Scarcely a week to the'governor's message, :t: + .Y I _;. ._.
L :\
passes that :some reference to them as tax books will close promptly on .t. .. x. ..t. '

is not made in the editorial columnsof April 1st, in full compliance'with*" the .t.: x w ri t ?.0

the Times-Union, and similar attention l law. yy

is paid them by other news- The governors instructions to the I ,' : I g21 yy yy

papers.RAMBLINGS.. collectors are:, AA J,4 yy vy

i 1. Close tax books by April 1st. X .'. y
.:..:.-:..:..:..:..:.. :..).).).: :;:; ). ). :..:..:.:' 2. Advertise delinquent tax Us 'r t .t. '.t' :.:. ,

", F during month of May. .! f. .:. ..
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3. Sell delinquent property the i .ii;0 .:. .i.
first Monday In June .:. .z' ,_.'
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: -_.:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.......r....'"-'!..........!.............."9........... 4. Distribute the funds collected Xf w t rY
F-. far enough in advance of June 30. (. F I fy

A tip for Hollywood: If you are to enable disbursing authorities to .t.x .. ... .s" .

' in need of, a double for Will Rogers, balance their current budgets by _. y ..* a.. r .? t ty yY

. we'll send you out Bill Owen and the close of the fiscal year, July 3. '' y .ea." yYvy
,you can buy him "In this : : .rfe'ol of a !
a nickle's connnection vy
worth of it is earnestly e y : .i
= ..
.. '$ P t% M r .
.- chewing gum, pull that shock -, .of I urged that final distribution be y 'i clh -y .l.7f"'.. y
: hair down over his forhead made not later than "
give him June 20. the .t. y '. .y.
S a few lessons in rope twirling, and order said. t .t. Y.t' 8xe; .. :. f

"J. presto-there you .are! "In view of the fact that we have .t.. .t.y 1 .IIMIx xpw+MSaa .:.' .Y.

.. And here's one -on Dave Alston: had a remarkable gOOd'season th1's.. Y
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, the itinerant peddler who established year, and that funds are badly Y y 1

it.' a just sidewalk outside trade Dave's"etore In pocketbooks and needed the so state that may the schools pay current, counties obligations U We Can Help You To Own A Home H

Saturday watched the crowd- I have not only
no Inclination -

p t.:.5 5 .- pardon ate-that the drawing Saturday, mob milled for would night cash around be, prizes.waiting more the accur''Afterall drugstore 'for- payment tax hereby collectors specifically to of 1933 extend to' proceed taxes the requesting, but time in I this the am for 1 U:=: =: Clewiston Home Building Association H: :

was over, and closing .. ..
ar- matter according to the schedule ...Ot.. .z.
rivedJ folded his table and gath contemplated "
x i by law. '" <



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I Mr. and :Mrs. Floyd Clapp have 1' .. .
: -Last; Wednesday. I helped to. usher

I I Personal Mention I II I is moved connected the to Hay Clewiston Apartments.with the and are McWilliams Mr.residingin Clapp Castles_ In The Glades} Marjorie By B, Wallace II pound the'state into the' girl., world a'nine Clewiston'a and new readers a citizen quarter will for

I Dredging Company. His bride is the I be interested to know that Mr. and
Robert Umstead visited his sister, former Miss Margaret Frances Fisher -. --- 'B.
Mrs. F. Fears
are the proud parents -
I Miss R. E. Umstead, here Tuesday of Walnut, Illinois, where the I Once upon a time a wellbroughtup -I Gayle's first pour yesterday, but So 'now it Is time for me to

I of couple were married two weeks ago. and pioperly-instructed. government they' were' not quite ready. go over and give young Katherineher

I ., i;..,. II Miss Withers, Sebring, was al I inspector was visiting a friend : Ralph: and Tish 'Wardwell spent'the bath, and I must bid you a fond

r I.!:! .\>';"" visitor in Clewiston Tuesday., Dr. R. V. Allison, of Washington, out west. Driving from the stationto weekend in Miami. coming 'back farewell.. Any time you need met --

D. C., was in Clewiston Tuesday the ranch, the westerner and his laden with fruit from their grove .

I.....:: _,,' ... Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Rich, of ,Tampa visiting friends. Dr. Allison, who guest were held up' at a cross road with which they are most generous DEPUTY SHERIFF RESIGNS
!(." ." spent a few days' this. week, here. is now connected with the Department -i!''while a flock of very nakedlookingsheep tb their friends.
.... ,
; of Agriculture was until re- were driven by. "Those sheep Inspector and Mrs. .Boswell came 'Clyde Helms, who has been serving
;t.. :' \ J. J. Harrington Is spending seveial I have just -jeen"'sheared," 'rem rked back
,. Experiment from: a tip'to! Jenson with a as deputy sheriff to Sheriff H.
. in New York transactinbusiness '
'days the host. The
Inspector took the Li
different of load DeLaney for time
.sort a -Mrs., Boswell's some tenderedhis
:. on a year's leave of absence from statement under advis'emeiH tot
.mother and father, and her resignatio nfrom that office this
., o the experiment station. some moments. "Well, it appears runt week. As
and uncle: They expect to stay no successor has been
: and l I
: Mr.;;and Mrs. C. F. Goodman .
" ,.' ., that way, he finally 'said. ; carefully, about 'a week. I appointed.
: : Arthur Wells were week-end visitorsin ;I '' ':
the "from
Among guests at the Clewis- this side '
: : I Jo Rich .entertained on Tuesday,,
; Miami. '
.. ton Inn over the week-end and early Stopped at Benson's gate one day at luncheon' Mr.5'. .,A. L. Taylor ofLaBelle I'
', ." in the week were: J. A. Barron this week to chat'' with Bennie and and her 'mother, Mrs. Calhoun -
.'; ": A. L. Hackett, Rufus! Smith! and and party of :Morgonton, N. C., F. G. Hoomes. Rich. .To 'take a hint from and Mrs. Selden L. Stewart.I'
;. in Belle
= William Futch were visitors Gibson ;
of St. Louis, George Pea- '
:: ," ', the above-mentioned' federal employee 'wasn't invited, so I ,cant tell you i
',:-' .: Glade Monday. cock, Mof Jacksonville, C. D. Dunn, the alleged ,cofferdam ap'pears what they had to eat, but I know Jo I, NOTICE
"'-I'5. of Haines City, G. B. Jennings, of to be finished and one may' borrowed two of Tish'es custard I i
La- I
Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis, of '
Tampa, M. H. Driggers, of Bartow, infer that pumping-out Is completed cups.
,.: .1':- Belle, was, a business visitor in Clew-
: J. H. Jones, of Fort Myers, V. Lopez,
and it Is rumored that ex Two other Inspectors whom I have I
:/ : ::- iston Tuesday. of Tampa, Frank Alvarez, of Ha- '
:. ,. cavation to elevation'_) 1Il be in pro- failed to mention are Fred Gary

1:, '.l"--:'' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller and child- vana, Cuba, J. L. Jennings, of Lakeland gress soon, and It isi thought that and former city engineer; Stewart,
,; \'- J. C. Padgett, of Tampa, C. H. the cofferdam is a, pretty good cof- of Hollywood. I understand they II(
of Moore Haven
: dren, formerly are
; ; Kirtland, of West Palm Beach, Mr. ferdam as cofferdams i'"go.. Benson are on the. drainage culvert net r
;:8iV w.;.- now residing in Clewiston. and Mrs. George W. Lukins, of Baltimore says they have 'a lot: of5 visitors who Clewiston. I BAKER'S ""SERVICESTATION

Md., H. Lerner and P. Leidir ask innumerable questions about Had a long chat with Inspector r
: Hooker Alice Wil-
Miss Dorothy I I
:j" / lits and Helen Stokenburg, of Bells of West Palm-Beach, E. V. Mar- the job and the lake, including "!tow :George 'Llogd while in Moore Haven...:
,. \" Glade, visited friends here Sunday. shall, of Miami, .Mrs. Emma Gordon, I wet is it?" But Bennie sounded We started out talking job. but soon I
\ ., and Mrs. Susan Anderson, of Lake I sort of peevish, and 'I don't know got switched onto the subject of,
Worth, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Lyon and whether to believe him
not. Jacksonville and more
,. or found mutual
..' Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Flanders an d 11 I
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.. Mrs. >B', F. Dyer, of Orlando. ,
' could
; children, and Billy Weeks, of Moore Well, I finally got, out to the Wel acquaintances you shak
. HaVen, were visitors here Saturday. atka. You know, it is hard to a stick at-and as I'think it over,, I Is now open eighteen -
SCHAIiNI3 speak about the boat without using switching, at

. Mrs. O. H. Scharnberg, Mrs. H. J. BY MRS.__DUFF TUESDAY i too many superlatives. In the first that. Nice friends we have, 'Mr.: hours daily with

B. Scharnberg and Mrs. C. R. Byrd place it would take a superlative to Lloyd
j were visitors in West Palm Zeach I Mrs. F.;: Deane Duff was hostessTuesday describe the way In which Captain. Forgot while on the subject of attendent duty
;J : Friday. afternoon at a charming King and First Mate Sallas' welcome; the Welatka to say that our friend on

i: bridge party in honor of Mrs.. O. H. you. If you think you can. park :Charlie Proctor was out on the le i

:.! Mrs C. F. Trainor, Mrs. A. A. Scharnberg, house guest of Mrs. H. your manners in the 'car'when you vee setting grade for the, huge new subject to call twenty..four -

',:. .' '. .... Munroe and Mrs. C. E. Nail spent J. B. Scharnberg. Mrs. C. L. Downs visit a dredge, you're plumb mis- tractor which is to smooth It down;;
J /< Thursday visiting In West Palm received, the prize for high score, taken. Then 't'he'dredge herself just also that the inspector on the 'dredge hours ,daily. '
''.,','. .. Beach. Mrs. ,F. M. Wright received second naturally takes more than I've got is E. W. Morgan; who used to b e ,
high prize, Mrs. O. F. Schiffll held In the way of pre-eminent adjectives.. with Parkhill.

Mrs T. B. Shelley motored to West the lucky .card for cut prize, Mrs. About the size '';of a city block she .r

Palm Beach Sunday where she vis H. J. B. Scharnberg received consol looks, very white and gleaming in ..
ited Mrs. J. W. Ezelle who is in the ation and Mrs. 0. H. Scharnbergwas the sunshine, with her twin stacks 11&3 S JI < <<:<< -IJ(

Good Samaritan hospital there. presented with the guest prize. cradling between them 'the castle en-
.:;::. Guests were Mrs. C. R. Byrd, sign. Do you sense the atmosphere I PRE-EASTER SPECIALS!! \SV'

.:;'/::,:? Mrs. T. W. Griffith, of Azucar, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. H. J. B. in a place as soon as you arrive? R

,,.;;:, ., ... was a Saturday visitor here. Her Scharnberg, Mrs. O. H. Scharnberg, The Welatka exudes an.auraof, calm ; ,
.l f '1 sister, Mrs. Clyde Egley, returned Mrs. J. P. Percy, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. efficiency. Everything Is In apple- 1 Ladies :' ; Men Ij
': ; with her to spend the week-end. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, : pie order, there is no rushing about, r

ii: Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. C. L. i no yelling, no cussing;" the men work g SILK. DRESSES SPORT SHOES

.I' '' Mr. and Mrs. Marrs M. Cooper, of Downs, Mrs. N. L. Hemenway, Mrs. quietly and hard, _the fifteen hundred y. Pastel and Figure And Plain mack
::{ St. Petersburg arrived here this W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, and fifty' galloping horses: in ,

;::, week Mr. Cooper is connected with Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.. F. M. the engine room work in( a tireless I!" $2.9.5.up $2.98 up fl

tt:;>\, :'. the U. S. Department of Agricul, Wright, and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. and lovely rythm;;: no one seems tog a

._ ,;sir ; ture. Tea guests were Mrs. M. W Blg begin a;.hurry.rbut there Is- no lost "l..E AS.T; E R ,'HATS.... .'; S T RAW; '" HATSSailors a
-k and Mrs. K. Bowden. : : motion. The dredge "was: ,built for'UncI'e | '. ". All Styles .' '* : and Panamas

Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Fenner, of Chi Sam and she is! a model of ': 98cupSHIRTS I.
MRS. BESTOR I .. 98c'u'p' .
cago, 111., are spending} a week hereas ENTERTAINSWITH compact planning, evenrbpasting 1;J if
the guests of the Watanabe Hotel BRIDGE FOR VISITOR you please, a g'uestT'rooni! Dinner )l ,. .
after an extensive tour of the -- was exceedingly good and beautifully g STEP-INS AND PANTIES. I
l Ik" Mrs. O. H. Scharnberg was hon- served by a silentfootedcolored
state. I' 19c $1:49":
oree at a delightful bridge Wednes boy In a spotless white coat, and a ,
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.H. trip to the !d
gallery after '
dinner '
i E. R. Fontaine left for discloses "
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:" A. Bestor, the hostess. I. the g LADIES, SHOES. CAPS
{: New Orleans, where he will spend a most perfect "deafiliness g Whites and Sports
: Prizes were presented to Mrs. and White Ducks
I C. an order almost
painful to be-
:<:,. few days on business. Mrs. For i
E. Miner for high score, Mrs. W. M. hold; a store .
r"., :,' /. ",, Tampa.taine is visiting her parents in Redelshelmer for second highMiss mathmetical neatness room with stacked hundreds with ,j 2.95 23cUNDERWEAR

Mae Draw for consolation, Mrs. R. of cans of food
; a big refrigeratoralso : LADIES HOSE
/:; C. E. Nail, C.:-W. MacDonald and L. Shea for cut and Mrs. O. H. spanking clean; a boy'scrubbing ,Full Fashioned .. Shirts and Shorts 4

;.: Oliver_ Galloway left Friday for Peoria .- Scharnberg as hOnor: guest. a big table u tl.lt. fairly. squeaks. i
<... IlL, to attend the Caterpillar Those present 'were Mrs. C. L.Did you think dredges were dirty? I" 79c 23c j ::

'" .. Service School. They will return Downs, Mrs. W. M. Redelshelmer, Don't take my word for it-drive out

I. { next week. :Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. C. R. Byrd, the Lakeport road,.and look at the I 3 HAVE YOUR NEW ,SUIT, FOR EASTER

Mrs. R. L. Shea, Mrs. F. Deane DufF f, Welatka.; Ifyou can walk a 'pipe-.t P TAILOR MADE.BY i

'.::', Mrs F. R. Maxwell, Mrs., C. Mrs. N. L. Hemenway, Mrs. F. I, line, and It Isn't hard when. the.S .. .
:.' ." Goodman, Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs Hill, :Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. F. pipe Is a twenty inch one, she Isi J CHURCHILL .TAILORS

: 11'" ,., Gratton George and Miss R. E. Um R. Wright, Mrs. O. H. Scharnberg, easily reached. You will be well A Guaranteed: Fit ',' Sponsored ;rGreenes

.'d\' stead were: _Thursday. visitors in Mrs. H. .J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. O. repaid for.{he. visit,J promise you. I Good's"Co
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<: : Miami. F. Schiffli, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. J. Watch them add: three sections to Dry ., Ine.i'
., P. Percy, Miss Mae 'Drew Mrs. the '
.1 H. pipeline at once with
." a tractor $
Mrs. C. W. McDonald and chid- | CLEWISTON, FLORIDA.
T. Vaughn, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs.C. and a POtable A frame, and then
':;:" ren, Sonny and Caroline, left Saturday E .Miner, and Mrs. W. C. Worth.Mrs. watch the levee grow before tCW: eesJs .t-t s 's -l-!s s J,( -t-tC -t( -t( : ,'
.; '; for Orlando where they will your
'. M. W. Bigg was a tea guest. eyes. Watch their expert .welder ,.
;: visit for a week with friends and
'.1. ;,' relatives. repair a minor break with the electric -, '
"':: 'MRS. WORTH HOSTESS TO welding outfit on board. Taste: 1

E. B. Butler left Monday for Chicago BRIDGE CLUB TUESDAYle the filtered, distilled water. Peek "'' ,' l l'WEST
,into one of the
and note "
Ill. Mr. Butler will return the
-v W. C. Worth entertainedthe the white sheets, the ample ,locker
early part of next week with the
members of her bridge club room, the freshly painted walls.. If j
new fire at
truck purchased
> !\ recently PALM BEACH :
by the Clewiston city commission. their bi-weekly meeting Tuesday afternoon machines facinate you as they do ..
.. at her home. :Mrs. D. G. me, feast your eyes on the prettiest ... .

Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle announce Alston was presented with the high engine room you ever saw. And Invites You To The .. i
the. arrival of a daughter prize and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell won then feel sorry for the poor dredgemen '

March 10th. at the Good Samaritan the cut prize.Members if you can! .

hospital in West Palm Beach. The present were Mrs. Aston 1And the amount of levee that : .SUN DANCE I ,

young lady has been named, Emma Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs Maxwell, dredge has built in 'a little over two '
Jane Ezelle. :Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. I. M., I;>afford : months is almost incredible. To ,

Mrs. G. C. Poole. Mrs. B. my mind it 'makes a much prettier and", ''. -"'. ,.1 II
Dr. R. J. Wright, of West Palm Thomas, Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs. i I levee than 'a dragline sectIon-when i't"

Beach, was in Clewiston Wednesday.Dr. I Worth. i it is ,sodded it will blend imperceptibly ..

,0; Wright, who is a chiropractor, with the landscape in a rolling. : MARDI GRAS
is looking for a location and was STATE WILL INNOCULATE wave of grreen.

seeking an office in Clewiston 'where. IIENDRY COUNTY CHILDREN Well, I'must tear myself away
< he hopes to begin practice. from the Welatka before. I've used '
By the request of Mrs. M. W. up all my space. Here are some : APRIL 3-4-5
[:: John Armetrout, of Jacksonville Lucillia personals. .
,' Blanton, Miss VanHorn, a Mr. Broadfoot has a ;
'f<': :, Michigan, is here for a week's visit trained'nurse, has been sent to La- couple of new men; one of them Is .

:{, ::."' with his sister and brother-in-law, Belle where she will make a survey 'Inspector D.. C. Cole, Jr., from Marietta
: .. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Vaughn. FLORIDA'S ,GREATEST EVENT
-" Mr. of Hendry County children in preparation : Georgia; the other is' probably '
and Mrs. Vaughn and Mr. Armen- for the expected visit of a named already' ; but I haven't J'
:: trout spent the week-end in St. Pet- State doctor and the innocculationof heard the tag pinned on Mr. Broadfoot's GENUINE SEMINOLE INDIAN DANCES ,
: school children. brand'new son I'll bet you .
Miss VanHorn was sent here by a cookie that f it is a handsome child.. ". ., SPECTACULAR CIRCUS ACTS .... PARADE AND FLOATS '
: I transacting business the State and while here will make a The Iollum's'feltcltatfons and congratulations : VAUDEVILLE
".... here this Week were O. T. Soeks, of I thorough survey of children of both Mr. Bioadfoot. : .. FIREWORKS .' PHANTASMAGORIA MUMMERS

: Fort Lauderdale, A. A. Dickenson, I school age and pre-school: age. Miss There is a new inspector Jim
Ji sy M. M.; Wills, G. Miner and B. Flee- VanHorn states that when the su McLure's job, ,oQ-e Donald L... Hanson : AUSPICES WEST PALM BEACH RECITATION! COMMISSION
man of Miami, and Blami Beach, is complete the \
vey will senda Awhile Mijton Llttlejohn, who
.' Harry Taylor, .of. West Palm Beach doctor who will vaccinate .. .
: the was out there with Jim, has come!
and G. H. Edwards and J. E. Woods, children against Diphtheria, Typhoidand \lack to civilization with Gayle Mc-: I /.J. / / .. ) At.. / .I.t..
.Q ropa% c.. 'J Small Pox. -, -.is. '. II:Fadden ..I'-'. thought-'w \rIcl'-"see i iI

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4I Little Lfttir\ ''' '

8 esL VJ, I' I o I Events in the Lives of Little MenTHE I 0I Humorotj t

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Lucinda was testing the devotion
Two doctors, one,old and.,the other '
of Ilastus and she said : Suppose:
dIscussing' their profes
young were It's a dark night an' we're Jn a deep
sion.. '
woods, an* a boa-constrictor comes a
'Tears and commenced
years ago ,
through the an' a wildcat
the older man, "back In the days whenI t .1 wigglin grass
boundin through the brush an'a
was first given a practice, I was very a
weekI lion roarin' an* makin' 'fer us a
poor. Day after'day, week after
used to sit In my office waiting for mile a minute. What is we goin'

patients. In fact, I sat there like Patience .r 1 to do?" -
on a monument." --- r. Rastus scratched his head and ex-: -
i The young man nodded. 1 :r. / 1 claimed :' "Dar' ain't goin'; to be' no

f "And now, sir," he suggested deferentially 1 l ;:6. 'we.' I ain't a goin' to be there, no

"you have monuments on AII4i suh !1" .
your patients."-Answers Magazine.

) Velvet Paw

'f UPS AND DOWNS ir"-y You really ought to come to Shrimp-

ton with me next sUJ nner. I had a -

wonderful time there this year. I
r 1
won beauty competition. -

Ruby-No, I think I'd ratter go to

more crowded place.-Calgary Her 'y
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/7 ". Blinks-A wife Advantage has one advantageover

4 ;;] the car and the dog.

:. Jinks-Yeah? Whalta: you mean?
',Blinks-The l license you buy when -

you get her lasts until you get a new _.
"Dearest, 1, could In: down my life : T wife, and doesn't have to be renewed ,
for : .... ,
.. you. every year.- Enquirer. _
"But, love, you fail horribly when It r 4C t -

comes to. laying" up anything., don't. .THAT'S THE OCCASION ,

) :: Once-Enough

Two friends were discussing. a, third I

one. 'FEATHERHEADS Little Slam
v "Jler husband always impressed me

as being'an.awful leadachc-and I never r Y& 'VotJ( REMEMBER, jlf YES AND 3LST) ANOTHER .I
could understand why she hasn't divorced I ;:JoYCEnEN
'* remarked the first
;: : tes
"Oh, replied the other one, "she is .
trouble she OF WOMEN
lazy and hates and says ) INDEED
MARRY 2 sHe :JLJMPez;>
would, hate. all the bother of getting .
used to 'another l an's'food. habits AT

and faults." ., TT.T, -. iL77T / # ,

Parental DisciplineFond

Mother--Our little son- was "She looked, killing." ""' :
always unintentionally'' stepping ,on "How can a woman look killing

the dog's tail. But we've cured him "I suppose it is 'when. she looks- -
of the habit completely daggers." -

Visitor-Wonderful How did you
dolt? -- : fit ti\ -1\ f Early Bird, .,'. !

Fond Mother-We got a, dog without .
Suitor (sighing)-Well, since you. ,
a tail. don't want to marry me after all, perhaps .-..,

These Chorus Girls Girl you'll(acidly' return l )--It my ring.must know.. ::-
1r YOu.
"How did Karl 'get that black eye?" (( : .;
your jeweler has called for it. al- "
"He was waiting at the stage door ready.-Moustique. '. '
chorus and-
for: a girl,
And her fiance came along?" V OH-'YoU PdWT HAVE ]NO ? weLL I ITO

".1'\0.' Her grandson. came out and I I BE So SMLlCs- REMEMBER IIIIIIIIIII I P* WELL // H 1I111III1 Iq III'IIIIIIIIIIIIII' Staying Power

thrashed him !I'" I ABOLIT '(oUR f HEARIN You I/ I PIPN'17/ woman."Your",, ,wife. seems a .garrulous-

Habit. "Garrulous? Why, if I suddenly :
'WoMeN '
'Jill-Why did you break off your ALL btJLDN'1" MARRY 'went dumb it would take her a'week!,!

engagement-wkh that.,school, teacher? AR5N'-r LIKE THE BEST MAN to find It out."-Der. Lustige Sasche.

Jack-Well::If' I failed to show up I GNAT If IN THE WORLDOUCH : "

. any evening, she anted me to bring When, Old Age Begins .-
written excuse from my mother.On A magazinearticle is headed:

"When does oldvage'begin; ?'" We are ''-.:
.: Little or Nothing i -
: : '-
;: reminded of an answer to the same
' ; "I must tell ycu that, my daughter ; ro \ \ .it4 question once made by a lady who
; : can; bring a husband: her
: only beauty .1.1G "
did not look her :years. "To me,
\ and her intellect
?., she said, "old age Is always 15 years -
: "I don't" mInd-many young couples older than I "Boston .
am. : Transcript. .
.f' hate .started in a very small way." ) i -
;f', '.. Between Shrieks :: '. fL' Those ConferencesFirst .
: "You are shrieking before I have Business Man-Was, the con ';

: '_ touched the tooth." : ference a success? What did you ,

;.1. "Yes, but you are .standing ,on my / \ f decide?
-western Newspaper Union Second Business Man-It
: .- corn. was
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[ r TIGHTWAD conference next week. -"
'. The Fount of KnowledgeDolly NO SALE

wa's just home, after her first I
I day .at school. .

J. : O Q I II ""Well darling," asked her mother,' THE FLAVOR

1i I "what did they. 'teach, your'"Not v t
I much," replied the child. "I've /

Se got to ,go again.." ... -, J.mA-jaTaS}

\\ ''In.Tight .A

o Doctor (to Edgar, aged four-Put

your tongue out, please. : "
: ,
Poet Little Edgar protruded. the tip of his
-What do you think of this "Before 1 was married 1 never
poem I've Just ? It Is tongue.
'- had-published
thought of saving a cent. ,
"He's the latest child of my brain. i Doctor-No, no/;: put It right out I f
consistent, at least. "And since? r.
The Little Edgar-I tan't, doctor It's ray
Critic-It might have been .. ; "
'Jn what way? -.. "I haven't'one..
worse, it might have been twins. fastened to me.
L "He not only won't spend any money ,' _
himself, but he also hates to see other His Tribute
people spending It.:;' Not in His LineA WHEW! "
Friend-So you were asked for an
well known explorer arrived In
r opinion of that amateur's playing.
Not Fast Enough HOllywood with thousands of feet of
: \ Wh: do you think of it?
Lady -Why are you In prIsonmy film showing life among the various Master Musician-He plays In the
African tribes he had visited. He
poor man? true of charity.
'Y Convict-For driving wear too slow- suggested to a producer that these Christian"
ly, lady. would" make""a fine ethnological pic- "Ills right do you hand mean does?not know what r J

Lady-Tou mean too quickly. ,ture: his left hand Is-doing.." -
ConvIct-No I mean too slowly. "Can't use It, snapped the producer

The owner jumped Into another car "We don't go In for religious stuff." ,
U Close Observer
and caught up to me. ( .. '
Resentful Hiram-I think Peggy will make an '(.I

.', At Last-A Way Hiker (victim of one of those large The Walter-How do you like those Ideal wife Every time I go to her 5 h
"Mother says she',nearly died laugh- English camping-out autos-It's bad poached eggs. ? They're strictly fresh home 1 find her darning her father's 0-85 t

Ing over those stories you told her. enough to be knocked down by a car laid stock.. socks. .

I f" "Where Is she? I know some funnier without 'aving the blinkln' garage run The Guest-They',are not what they. Henry-That caught me too-until I

! ones." over: you as welll were cracked up to be. noticed ,It was always the same sock.

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PARDONABLE MISTAKE WAGE FIGHT TO sites that serve as a nturnl check on

DUTCH Tiu ILII PSsasasassass BRING "HOPPERS" this pest. The situation was complicated -

The sour-facltl man was in the still further in the summer of

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dock charged with] burglary and malicious .n xW. .Y =' H ""''' '''-=''''''''' I UNDER CONTROLThe 3033 when a species of grasshopperthat

assault. J. young man, the has caused 'little trouble for

victim of his attack. :,, ;.was In the wit- annual grasshopper survey many years; j t'ned"forces with the
': 'ness box; made jointly by the United States three: species commonly present.

?it, The judge turned to the witness. ', D.epar-tment' of. Agriculture and state 'J; .is- Jecies-the lesser migratoryIs -

. t" I "You say you called to see Miss ''entomological' officials, has provedto thought to be a direct descendantof

. r.illins, and that you were in the 'be one of'the most effective weapons the Rocky mountain, locust thatompie't

drawing room when the burglar In the light against grasshoppers ly destroyed the crops of the

: .' made his entry," he said. '. In the Great Plains states. By early settlers In the W st.

"That's right, sir," said the young checking the number of eggs found For the last three years the bureauof

.:,' man dolefully]) in and around fields each fall the entomology has co-operated with

"Then, why, when the burglar attacked entomologists can predict with' un'usual state agencies in the Plains states in

.. you, did you leap through the accuracy the amount of poison conducting the grasshopper survey.So .

window without making any attempt "bait needed to control the. hoppers -far. the findings have been very

,7, to defend the young"lady or summon ,...mm..<. .. .. > m gv.I: laSWPP txmfmpffm** 5thV following year reliable'In predicting the degree of,

,: ; assistmce1" asked the judge, with a Th ""S'brvey completed last 'fall infestation for the following year.

deep'frown.. shows that there are 13,3S1,5GS acres In addition to warning', farmers

-'.' "I thought at the time that it washer in 237 'counting ten'western. states where ther '.i5 need for making prep-

.father-','replied the young man. ; that-are'likely: suffer'-Serious; dam- arations to fight the hoppers, the sur-

age froni grasshoppers this year un" vela also ,indiclte.tIe, counties whereinfestation's

used. The estimate will be so light that bait
Iqppoison'rbait.JSj! -

;',_ What SHE TOLD d ,cost, of.thejbalt necessary tocontrol' will not. ,.be needed...

; the :hoppers, on this area is

" \VORN-QUTHtJSBAND t iS79X)7S.-, ) In South Dakota alone Dr. Pierce'e Favorite Prescription makes

could have reproached him there are aboilt'2,500,000' in GS weak women strong. No alcohol. Sold
W his fits of his "all -* counties where by
temper- daraag'evwill be seriobsoaccordinget4'the i-
'<::' in" complaints. But wisely she A "Garden Spot" In.. Tulip Land., ,,,', .. ,. ..liquid-Adv.
rt'. saw in frequent colds his : : .
"fagged out," "on edge" condition Prepared by' National Geographic.Society-.-. were i ruined.' -' -'The bottom was out-of i: I ; ,Ghtssnoppers gained a firm foot- Proof- .
the very trouble she herself Washington. D. C.-WNU .Service. .
'. ,. a< had whipped. Constipation. I-The bulb growers have en 'r the market, and holdings wereposed .jdls- : hold' In the"hay and'grain fields of "How didyour.article on perpetual /
::,<',".......y..;1 I very taking morning NR after r DUTCH the aid, of the. Nether- : o ".at'. l-per-centto: 5 per .ce t.of'; the ,West -1930 atirf"l931 when the .mo'tlon turn, out?" .

,';'i' {" (Nature's Remedy a" government In their In their- cost: ,.-' -'* : hot dry weatfier'provided condl- "Oh, it w s'a great success," said

_ :.< ,: ), he as felt she like advise dustry. I Des it': }all.l! this, furor the tulip .fanciers e tlonjideal ,for: the hoppers and'uv- the author. "Every time I sent It out

,. .. ,< himself againkeenly .4 Tulip growing once became a mania' twmivjhad: ;}retired: early! from' themarket favorable! for the disease- and para it" came back, to me." -
;*z.: alert. peppy .cheerful. '/(' t'f? fists heading their
: and.-were ,
l':;:; N R-the safe<;dependable all-.I' :,;(, In some portions of the Netherlands. ;: '
';,,' vegetable: laxative and corrective t.,' 'V' ':: tha't chap flower .iieds ,!lostepone: of their ''en-l '. ., .,. .
More has ,
been written about .
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,,:" oughly, naturally.Itstimf ", thusias'm., j The h'eldsaround, flzarletfanal : ." .. .or. .
;' ter in Dutch history, in fact, .t'11a9]! its "
ulatesthe'.el minative Leiden, continued ,to .gloiv just asTthey'glow'.to
4f' tracttocompl tcrc ar" ; 'y' } Importance warrants ; but It is interesting MYRFORGET THIS TABLET
'd'functioningNonhibit- ; : this-day._ If ,a;man -pr :
because, the mania began at ,a '
forming.. Try a and beaijtiful/kvariet of' \ --
: : duce lJl new :
box. time when the Dutch government was .
;.f->:.>,; druggists'-25c at. } tulip, he was'sure of a real? market' ; : ::* the ARTICLE
It Means REAL
-:':" engaged.in, naval expeditions, to acquire f. V**," .* l ; ;; ; > ,
'.; '.::: __ for it, ,., .: 1 l-' '
;:;;f;, S Quick relief for acid indigestion \ territory, and, taxes were: so high Popular fads afford rich material'for : 'i'
,:':_ ;/TUMS" ,heartburn.Only Ifr. as' to be almost unendurable. That, : the ;! :, ; : : '
satirists l in b.otHlit.era.UJre> and ;'art. .. : :
sober Dutch would lose their' .. , Q,
,. flower at such a time' Is' a The tulip mania1calledforth.not, only : ': "_ '. .. :'"..GENUINE Of Bayer.Manufacture_ 'I.; '
I over a phCnomen'on serious horticultural essays by ,such,.. :: -. ... e A'-IE 1"( .,
that speaks highlyof'the ; '" ': ASPIRIN E V ....
Vallet '
men as Pierre John Parkinson : : :
> Banish Freckles fascination of the tulip.
-. .. abandoned and, .L (Ure)1OJ.rgt.! ( but Juvenatiafi.jlbes ., '. ,;' ,' .

Staid burghers ordinary.business .by Petrus qondllI ; who, 'in. his .' : .. ,," __ .f ,:;, ; .,
Weather-Beaten Skin
fo,engage in the tulip trade,
, "Dapes had called,

s ." Weeks Quicker ,i and could a not period result of in gambling anything began but: financial that-,. people Fools Inemptoe"vtlC21, "wh'odevoted 1 their entire. .-When-.you go to buy aspirin, Remember fox'.your own '

; The gardens to floweVs which bloomed, for ; just remember-this:. Every protection. Tell your..friendstablet
: It is now' to clear ruin''forsthe'
t: .:: so easy away r participants
.;' : blackheads, freckles, coarseness; ,to mania 'started -in France in. 1035 and only a few weeks each year. Hon ius! '-' of real aspirin of about. it fortheir, protection.;

"" have smooth, white, flawless new' quickly; -shffted-io the Netherlands. was the" leader of"a 'group' .of wrijefs, Bayer manufacture 'is Demand and
; r. "' .beauty Justbegin to who ridiculed tulips' and tulip growers.Th .
: night with famous .' Once the gambling was:: under Way, ; -t "..., stamped with this cross No ., get. Genuine-

;: .1" #. ...'. Nadinola Bleaching the plants about which it'svlrled'\ be.. "Mariia"PamphletsC".Probably' J' ',- tablet 'without this cross' is BayerXspirin.ji : -

::. ': Cream tested arid camemere symbols.: All trade ",was for -. the Dutch government, GENUINE Bayer Aspirin.Safe'relief ,
trusted : gambling
, ._ for over a gen alarmed at the extent otth Bulb
\,. .- .' eration. Thtr minute tulips "in. the onion. Buyers would for throat
inspired some of the"humpriststo headachetcolds, sore ,
u for. "futures 'risking enormous o
: .K you smooth it on, contract .
,r;' V. 7Nadinola poke-fun at the craze. A series of pains of rheumatism and neuritis, etc.
: :: begins. to, sums .on the expected productsof

i : : 'i4tliiif smooth clear, whiten Wand' beds newl. planted. A bulb of ;the "ilania iC37 Pamphlets" was published: 'disastrous 'In ,, -"'- Genuine;'Bayer Aspirin Does Not Harm the Heart MEMBER t,. R.A.
: skin. Tan few.monthsafteVthe -
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::' >;_:: ',f and freckles; muddy, "Admiral Liefkens" sold for more than : liquidation. these publications
'"" '. ,. :" : '/ sallow color vanish 1,000 florins-tbe ,equivalent probably -
',',..:.,: : :"b6 \ .<. quicklyYou see 'day- pn current exchange .of nearly 300 appeared. drawings or--cartoons Beware Hasty Judgment' Must Be Found
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,;'.V V-V. -. \;;I) :: vt(' by-day improvement guineas.: The "Semper Augustus" showing the tulip ."maniacs". .In 'rtdleulousnntlcs. Don;t forget that it is a good plan ')Vhat-asks an advertisement, "Is

until your skin is all "ou'long for:; which 'had not increased rapidlysnce -; '- to think before you pronounce judg the. thing a million" men look for In
,_ creamy-white", satin-smooth, lovely. grQup. traders .
skit'picturedO. of
< One "
':'' Get' a largeT.box of NADINOLA, its.),Introduction. In 1G23, was exceedingly ment. After-thought usually spells a shirt? Perhaps it-is. that extra
:: V'. ... only50c. No "'disappointments; 'no l and a single plant brought! sitting around, n ,table under-a--gigantlc.: "charity in words as well as in deeds. l Minneapolis .Journal.U I. _
scarce while toiiinc 1 labored -. '
a long 'waiting for: results. 'Money-back- t
: D.'SOO florins ) at the .time about
:> wprjh .
, .r< guarantee.. outside i. with baslets, .ra. es, and
i 370 pounds sterling "t ,, .
: crowd looked
:: r barrows, and a, curious
Queer bargains, were made an'ex.; : cafto VFlorsi'vF6olscip.
'on: The n'wis: titled U fit

. :.;;- PiMPLES HEALED temple being, the t seems exchange particularly of one.buib ridiculous for- ." Another picture, ,'Flora's keep
Carriage of Fools, represented:, a
Skin made clearer,smoother,finerthe a" load .of .grain Jour fat oxen, twelve
crowd of in a '
tulip fanciers wagon
: ;
: easy Resinol Ointment way.and For free sample of sheep, five igWO barrels of. butter, equipped with sails. All were ad-' : .**...in these days of recovery ..if I don't, someone

; :. Resinol,Dept. : 1,000 pounds of cheese, four barrels of miring their tulips, and, a queue of else will have my job." How? '"Well, I learned "
; ; : beer .two hogsheads 'of wine; a bedstead hat .. and'tear.takes
: galo well-dressed folk followed th ,..v'1rrlage years ago .work :wear .some-.
:hF: a. :, o' I I with its furnishings, a suit'of with hands upstfetched', 'begging for dung out of men and women-particularly those who

clothes, andasilver. drinking cup l At ; work indoors
'. ,- the-beginning'' the mania the buyersvejre.real flowers. "I tore down those precious red; lood-cells faster : "
who coveted The .original pamphlets wer ;'distrib-. than my good, body:could'rebuild A friend told me
V \ : ; tulip. fanciers uted In 1C87, and 'in J73-il, : when a, ,the story of that ,grand-medicine' S.S.S. Now! at tiii.
,-----"CUT ME OUTI ----- the flowers, huf e'soon .shoul- "
VV hyacinth mania threatened, they were P. L fit to still 'carry.on'."
t am :
and mall me with your Dame and address to tiered of the .i bidding by professionalmarket .
| LORD&AMES Inc., 360 N. Michigan Avenue I II out reissued as a warning to speculators. 'If you feel weak lack a keen appetite .or if
Chicago. 1 will bring you a free sample 01 lV ] { \Vho bought '
Loray Ftxo Powder and details bow arto make i Eyen after the mania subsided l gar-' : your skin isPale..try S.S.S. Unless your case is ; 'h" ": .a rc<.
85.00 to 810,00 a week extra in your time. fn .lotsnirid -held. tfb'ri;: rrlse': One suc- "L'e
J such exceptional, should soon notice a pick in <
. ---------'""---------,- !"'. .. deners pursued theif 'holJby'with you up' your
essfu'1.broker: made 00,000: florins profit devotion as to provoke satirists{to lampoon .'... appetite. .your color and skin should" improve with

: ;' > .., '... ,infourJmonths'V.' ., ':/ them. In .10SS'- Je'nn' de.la, : ,increased.strength! and energy: '

AGENTS \YANTED : 1rdrm Ilandlo en and ':'JSfoleHis' Friend's: Rare Tulip. Bruyere wrote in his "Characters" :.. .. S.S.jS..is not just a so-called tonic but a tonic Pe' ; r
; smashing new fad Inspirational Puzzles snccessorlo 'Box- dally designed to stimulate gastric secretions, and '
.\ ':; cross-word puzzles.Takes Instantly BIG That, Dumas'', picture of.Isaac '''Th lover of flowers has" a garjlen '
.:.:...' PROFITS possible anywhere Send 15c now for '-machinations his rivaltulip also having the mineral elements so very,. very neces- '
'. V complete set and sales plan.Money back guarantee.: :ers against In the suburbs, where hesperfds all'.his: in the hemo-glo-bin
Inspirational Puzzles,P.0.Box 710,Pasadena,Calif. is least 'lot( 'impossible sary rebuilding oxygen-carrying
: : grower .at Yo.ii
'time from sunrise till sunset. -
: of' the blood to enable you to "carry on" without
is'-pro.Ved' b{ historic incident A cer- see.him standing there and you would :'.. exhaustion asyou should naturally;, At all drug stores
Jl01land'used .his
ain burgomaster of think. he.had .tak o root In'tJlemidst
q. JQfl: ence',to'obtain for a friend a 'po- of be.fore.his'Solitaire''he' ,
: his tujips ;]
jj n itical post of .some, importance. Upon his wide rubs his hands,- District Ma'nnser' for. this district. Make $50 .
) opens, eyes : For Hard Coughs to Situ and up weekly selling $1,000 Life
'.Uie.-friend.'s offering.-to male return stoops down and lames. clpser,at"' It; or Policy for $1.25 monthly. A New Deal In i
Life Protection 25% renewal commission
than for the favor- the burgomaster reru'sedreward it never- before seemed "t9; h'lm' sa Colds That : enables you to;create permanent Income.
ts more Worry u'
arid' ajsked"merely to be Invited : U'ritf for full particulars. Agency Dept.,
; .
I handsome.
,. G01 Ilildebramlt BUST.; Jacksonville: Fla.
sfcesz deep to see the appointee's tulip gar ."He is i in zip ecs'tgcyof joy and Creomulsion is made to give supreme -
/Ask doctor. Ask the den. The- Invitation was forthcoming leaves It'to go to the Orient',' >tothe'Veuve' help for coughs or colds.It .
beauty '
your <
A\ GARFIELD TEA:....a cup' ','at"--once, and the visit,was .made. ;j ; ,' Frora'tli'rice to tii'e 'Cloth; combines 7' helps in one-the' of nearly all diseases that flesh' Is heir to. i"
r',,, j nightly often does more for" ,' "A "few moiitlis later t e.'.'appolntee :'Gold more especially to the heart and kidneys. '
V.. tr WRITE FOR your skin and complexion than ''He'w of on to the" 'Agathaand. at. -best helps known to science. It causing high blopd pressure; hardening of ;
FREESAMPLE costly cosmetics.Expels poisonous 'returped" the )'burgomaster's visit Jast returns to tla '"Sb1itaft:' wherehe quick relief- for safety the arteries often resulting In paralysis. .

and bodywastes eventually that cause dogthe muddy pores, nt into his "benefactor's garden and'saw remains Is tired out, sits'flown, and .. But careful people, more and don't If .you delay are another.suffering day from but write constipation us and.,

CARF1ELD blotchy erupted skin.week of there a rare tulip which had been fprgets. his. dinner-; he- looks at the more use it for every cough that without any expense, we will advise how
this internal "beauty reatm..er'( from his own. you can bo permanently,. relieved of this 1
TEA 'CO. .taken- surreptitiously tulip and admires' its 'shade; shape,
Brooklyn, willastonishyou.Bciatomght.. .starts. No' '"one knows where a dreadful 'disease.
I New York (At your drug store) So furious was he at this discovery color,, sheen, and edges Its utTfuf .cough may lead. No one can tell B.: S. T..CO. .- SHREWSBURY, .MASS. 1
tharhVresigned 1.Is appointment, Sold' form but God' and ture '
I ; and calls ; n which factor will do most. That .1
his estate, and left the country. are not i in his, thoughts, for. they do depends on the type of cold. OLD AGE PENSION INFORMATIONSend :
-of", reaL".valae to sup- not beyond the bulb of. his tulip stamp. .
A Splendid Laxative Drink With go costs little .
Creomulsion more JUDGE LEHMAN Humboldt; Kan.COUTEAS ,
the mania rose to absurd whicb"rhe not for a thou- '"
port the trade, would sejl] ,than, lesser helps. But it means
intensity. Traders! gathered at sand crowns, though he wil1g ve It .to .
: the utmost help. And it costs you 80Ym .\\s. LESPEDEZA
marked bids on wooden -for' nothing when tulips are ,no .
Inns and you : '
nothing if. it "fails 'to' bring the Write for prices.
plates. AS'bulb' would be mentioned, longer in fashion, and carnations; are ; Hickory Seed Company, Hickory. N. C.
quick you 'Your'drug
and a prospective-purchaser would all the rage. .. :

,jot down on his plate-x-tentative offer. "This rational'being;, ,vh "Har a soul !, gist guarantees. it.Use. 'it forsafetY's'sake CORN. Thompsons Pro tlC', early, short

., The holder of the bulb] :\would: write' "and 'professes ''some 'religIon, comes ,. '.- ',: V (adv.') stalk..tl-50. Serlclfr scarified, certified 25c .
: > '- Ib., Milo Thompson,.$pripg City, Tennessee.
down a niuch-inllated price. While the home tired and half starved, but yeryj1pleased .. ,' ..,., .. . .
.>> '' (be haS '. .. ',
dickering was in progress, a small percentage .witi) his daj s -'
S of- theamount 'In- 'question", seen .somo'tulips."' : -." : -'. -j'' "''" : :Do: ..yo'ack' PEP ? New liar Corn Heaviest ever Yielding produced.Lute Circular YellowPro.free.- '
would be set aside 'as "wine" money,'.' .. Though the tulip has-been: the' butt ... Bu. $1.80. Goods Seed, Farms, Cordele.Ga. i
s and the dealer would, pu .-thls up in of considerable,ridicule, it still appeals 'Are iou all in,'tired and run down?

t cash. When a price 'was reached that Irresistibly :to gardeners everywhere.' WE FINANCE:: YOU.. "'0' manufacture '
seller would second usually '1AlIMTERSMITilS Ivnoinorun: a guaranteed money back hosiery i
both. buyer 'and checkon The Sunday In ,April,-is. saver-that Is sweeping the country In
their plates, the sale ,vas proclaimed Tulip I Sunday at llaarlenv.and'.on that national campaign Representatives wanted ,l'

I I r0 ; -but 'no' moriey beyond the day the""tulip; 'is J lng., For.. miles IIJ TONIC MIL-PAR every town.MFG. CO.Write, quick- CHEWS for details.N. J.PARKER'S .

wine fund changed hands in the Inn: bright blooms, smile, und .I: golden sun- ,
'To the air the .- Will rid you 01
Profits and losses were wholly "on light. passenger coup '

Use. paper." try must look'! like'a. gaudy patChWork' 10.L RM eFw '

l CAOICKS' On April 27, 1C3G, 'a proclamation of quilt ; for there Is no"mingling ,o.f, .. 11 off !' hQl i I r r' HAIR BALSAM
bed 'a being and build.you u' .'Uscd for 65 years for Chllis.. '' et Removes Dandrat'i-5topl!Hair P'alllnjf
the states of Holland put an end to colors ia separate. plo ". .lmpa Color and ,
Malaria j
GOLD and
DUST fever ,
each hue. and Faded Haireh
the wild speculation by'renderIng in- devoted to Beauty to Gray .
FLOUR (PLAIN) valid all contracts in ,connection with The growing of Jbulbs: ';'Is o'n'.a: coni ..: A General Tonic 1 ..cox Chem and$1.00 Wfcg..P at Dru tchogoo.N.T.glata 'SRf

J. tulips. Confusion resulted. Bulbs merclal scale; and no attempt' is made, ... We and $lOO At AIIDruggietaWNU ; FLQRESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in

L. ITS WHITE. which had been bought for more thanflooo at artistic arrangement(: 'Irideed, the" connectionwithParker'BHairBalsam.Makcsthehair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or atdrogeisU. -

':. CADICK.MILLING'to'GRANoyiEw.i ; florins were sold for 50. In the flowers are mowed off ruthlessly and : =7 'l"0-rS4 .Uiflcox Chemical Worka.Patdwsu: ,N.Y.

wholesale liquidation ma'ny traders used as fertilizer on the beds.


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-- -, of the Interested newspapers wire TENNIS. MATCH WITH Mrs. E. I.:.'Duval In' Fort Denaud. one man In which one fish weighed
STATE their disapproval of this action, such
'REVENUE TO BENEFIT wires be attached to this resolutionfor CAGERS WIN THREE GAMES Miss Sally Middlebrough is 111 at

F' -- ENTER SEASON: TOURNAMENT the R. J. Moon home.
the guidance of the cabinet, and (Continued from page 1)

(Continued from page 1) that in the, absence of any such evi- Pafford 6-4, 60. Mrs. Hurd L. Reeves visited Mr.

serve no useful purpose In that the dence of disapproval that the com- Both teams are eager to win the During the past week LaBelle Reeves in the hospital at Miami

aim of such advertising has been ac- mittee be Instructed to present this matches Sunday. Playing will begin High has added three more scalpsto Tuesday and reports that he is much

complished by the original adver- resolution as the unanimous senti- at 2 o'clock and some good ten- the string accumulate this sea- Improved and expects to be home Ina r'

tisement and sale, thus validatingtax of Florida son. few days.
: ment of the publishers nis Is In store for the fans. A considerable ,
sale certificates by giving to all newspapers who ,have been designated amount of Interest has Frlda' Y afternoon' both hOVS--_ and -
: ,
parties concerned, as required by to receive this "unwanted" and been shown lately in tennis and a girls teams went over to South Bay

constitutional provisions protecting unnecessary business. number of the players have contri- and came back winners the scores NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

property owners in their property! being 22-14 and 11-1 respectively. TAX DEED
buted to the 'repairing the court at
except under due course of law, and Wednesday night Alva came to
STATE COMMERCE DIRECTORS the Inn and ,have put It in excellent
insomuch as valid tax LaBelle with its boys team only to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
:, Whereas,
: ENTERTAINED ON: VISIT HERE shape. A good brand of playing can
last of the That ZERNEY G. MEREDITH,
exist against be routed 18-10. The
k certificates already
A tennis
be expected
holder of Tax Certificate No. 922,
such properties, the state has saleable own'courts season, this was a slow game. At
(Continued from page 1) club with its is being 7th day of Sept. A. D. 1931, has
}' which will not be Im- the end of the first half each team
.. spoken of, and would greatly In- filed said certificate in my office
best to establish a round had credit of two field'goals and
further advertising, and way year a
proved by
: crease the now rather limited facilities and. made application for tax deed"to
w:,:' Whereas further advertising of' business in the state is to developthe for the game. in the second half LaBelle forged issue thereon in accordance with

,;' such lands would be wasteful and Everglades." Discussing the out ahead for the final win. law. Said certificate embraces the

extravagant, regardless of the requirements richness of the soil, Mr. Mossbergersaid CIRCUIT COURT COSTEXCEEDS following described property situated -

of the law, and It would cost $2,000 an acre: ESTIMATE MOCK TRIAL AT P.-T. A.BENEFIT. in Hendry County, Florida, to-
i'=, Whereas more than 50 of the 67 for fertilizer and other')j materialsto PLAY wit:

which have the contract tot build the soil of the state up to Lot 26 Block 176 Clewiston.The .
ti- (Continued from page 1)
print the 1934 tax lists have slgna- a richness comparative to the Ever- At the P.-T. A. benefit show Fri- assessment of said property
statement of the costs and an accounting -
under the said certificate issued was
glades muck soil. night all LaBelle citizens were
fled their disinclination to accept
; of the balance left from
In the name of S. M. Paulson.
fir' the financial benefits of such wasteful The general manager and secre- rocked In their seats when a mock
the $750 furnished to cover the Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
'f:. and extravagant advertising, tary of the commerce body, R. G. State's share. Clerk Hull informedthe jury solemnly found Jimmie'- "Flap- according to law, tax deed

;;, and such newspapers and their publishers Grassfleld was the next speaker, Comptroller that not only had perjack" Adkinson guilty of Breachof will .I"on"""...e thereo n on the 17th da" y of

I. deem their first duty to be and dwelt upon the undertaking of the funds been used in paying Grand Promise and sentenced the Com- :April, A. D. 1934.

," to safeguard the welfare of the state the chamber of commerce to send Jury witnesses and jury but that an plainant, Miss Ethel Royer, to pay Dated this 16th day of March, A.

r::', and protect the people against waste, the Florida exhibit back to the extra hundred had been paid from him $1.98 "the value of what she D. 1934.

r: and Century of Progress this summer. the Clerk's pocket and requestedMr. escaped." WILLIAM T. HULL,

: The task of raising the money for The case was tried under the ea- (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court,
Whereas officers and members of Lee to forward_ the, money at
I'/ : the Florida State Press Association this exhibit falls upon the chamberof once. gle eye of Carl E. Royer, who refer- Hendry INEZ MAGILL County, Florida.By .
reed word and wit battle between ,
commerce, because Florida's leg- shareyofthe a
\.' following a conference In November The county's court Deputy Clerk.
"' islature does not meet until 1935, Attorney Louis O. Gravely and Dr.
have been the possibility
investigating costs covered
t? ; were 271.30 No. 15c
C. E. Weaver. One in the Mch. 16, 23, 30, Apr. 6, 13.
and therefore no state approp'riatloncan high spot
of saving the state from this the pay of witnesses Iii:::::open court. I -'
,- '. waste and extravagance, and be made to assist with the pro- !,r trial was Dr. Weaver's claim that he

Whereas said officers and mem- ject. His discussion of the exhIbitwas had understood the suit was for NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR -ir'

., bers have evolved a plan which will augumented by\Earl: W. Brown, LA BELLE .NEWS $150 Instead'of $15000 and his of- TAX DEED, '

r.-:,. permit the state to save this huge of DeLand, who 'Is?.chairman) : of the fer to settle for $110. .... ,

:_ sum and at the same time fully safer Florida Century of r:1>Progress commis- TO MAKE MILK SURVEY The first part of the evening was NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

: guard the Interests both of the state sion. "The only clings worth while FOR FEDERAL DISTRIBUTIONMrs. taken up by a play presented by That FOSTER MEREDITH holderof

r. and purchasers of tax certificates, that have been able to carryon nine ladies. The play was entitled Tax Certificate c., No. 918,

; '. which plan has been outlined at this thrdugh the depression- are those' E. E. Edwards, has, been appointed "The Carpet Bag Bee" and .offered 7th day of Sept. A. D.' 1931, Jias

;: session of the board of directors things which hav ibeen advertised", a committee of pne to makea a lesson in not "keeping up with the filed said certificate in "my'office

; and the supervising committee of the said Mr. Brown -ftwho' emphasized survey of children In :the LaBelle Joneses." A backwards hat, 'a cow and Issue made thereon application in accordance for tax deedto with

f;:. said Florida State Press Association, publicity and advertising' as two of schools and report to Washington, and a child added to the comedy. law. Said certificate embraces the
and the leading factors' ,iln any develop- Instigators of a Federal milk service following described property situated -

::: Whereas said plan has been pass- ment today. "This' the age of project. SENIORS TO PRESENT PLAY I In Hendry County,' Florida. to-

.<:. ed upon by eminent counsel, and declared publicity," said Mr. Brown, a fact At Its regular meeting. Tuesday "HAPPY VALLEY" FRIDAY wit: '

' legal, and that California realized sooner and I afternoon the Woman's' CommunityClub I Lot 2'Block 168 Clewiston:

s more thoroughly;;Jthan Florida has, promised its cooperation in this "Happy Valley", a comedy drama, The assessment of said property

.: Whereas the said plan after being and which has been the means of work. Mrs. Edwards states that results based on characterization will be under the said certificate issued was

submitted to various tax collectors California selling?''her products at a have been satisfactory. presented by the class of '34 In the In the name of James Harty.
f and various clerks of the Unless said certificate shall be
Grammar School Auditorium redeemed -
better price and maintaining a tour- The plan according..to Mrs. Ed- Friday
has been declared said collectors according to law
court by tax deed
March 23.
ist business largely at the expense of 1 wards, Is to determine the numberof
'; and clerks to be practicable, will issue thereon on the 17th day of
.- Florida. Mr. Brown said that nine children In each school who need This play opens In a gangland set- .
and easily and readily workable, April, A. D. 1934.
" therefore million people passed through Flor- this ,kind of help. When the figuresare ting In New York City and. ends In a Dated this '16th. day .of March, A.

ida Exhibit at Chicago last summer, complete a report will be sent quiet spot near Detroit, Michigan D. 1934.

t Be It Resolved by the Board of.. and estimated that -- forty million in to Washington where the committee Everyone Is urged to attend. WILLIAM T. HULL,

.:, Directors and the Supervising committee would view it this year. Becauseof will prepare a nation-wide pro- (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court,

of the Florida State Press the exhibit 332,000: Inches of pub- gram of milk distribution to lay be- Mark Poole and Robert Kettering Hendry County, Florida.

".' Association, in session assembled licity was given Florida; In the press fore the President fished in Lake Trafford Wednesday By INEZ MAGILL,
Fn Ocala Florida this the 11th I bringing back a dozen good sized Deputy Clerk. '
of other states, ,an amount many.
of March 1934, that we believe the times all the adverse. : publicity of CLUB PLANS SILVER. TEA fish and reporting a catch made by 1 No. 16c Mch. 16, 23, 30,! -
Florida newspapermen do not want hurricanes and other: disasters. "

this unwise and unnecessary adver- William L. Wilson, of Panama Plans for a Silver Tea "to be held I NOTICE '

tising and no part of the or '
money Tuesday afternoon from three till
City, discussed .the. Agricultural Ad- For the Information of all concerned, the following Auditor's report and ,.
: profit derived from such a waste! of justment Association which has five were made at the regular meeting financial statement of the City of Clewiston la published herewith: -- 'I"

i public funds, and be it of the Woman's Clewiston, Florida March 5, 1933. .\ \t.
been organized and will loan moneyto Community The City Commission of Clewiston, '- -

Further! Resolved that C. P. Helf- vegetable growers both for' pro- Club Tuesday afternoon.' ClewIston Gentlemen Florida.
enstein, Marie Holderman and Gil- The Tea Is to be held In the Club
and : As
ducing processing their pro- requested. I have examined the records of accounts of the City of Clew-
bert Freeman be designed as a com- ducts, and the benefits which mightbe Rooms and is open to the r,public. All iston. Florida as of the close of business December 31, 1933, and hand'you here-
with Statement of Assets and Liabilities as shown by those records at that date.
mittee to to the Governor of that is required is that
express derived from the association by persons at- All tax receipts Issued for payment of 1932 taxes were checked with the
Florida and his cabinet the senti- farmers of this,section. tending shall bring ,a piece of silver. records of cash received and such receipts were correctly accounted for and
deposited In the bank. The receipts were also checked back with the Tax,Assess
ments of these bodies and of from
the var- Anything a dime :to a silver ment Roll for 1932 and verified. .
F. E. Bryant,'of Canal Point, was
ious publishers who have been a- dollar will be accepted. Cash on deposit In the amount of $259.79 to General Account was verified
Introduced as the first man to grow ., as also the balance of $103.84 on deposit to Pay Roll Account. The cash:on hand
warded the
contract to print the
sugar In the Everglades. Mr. Bry- $39.19 was deposited subsequently.
1934 tax lists, and to lay before the P.-T. A. MEETS COUNTY NURSE The amount of unpaid 1932 taxes offered for sale by the Tax Collector was
ant recounted some, of the experIences $4,893.48. The City purchased Tax Certificates covering $4.613,88 of this amount
cabinet the DISPOSES OF
proposal whereby this FUNDS ON HANDAt
which led to his establishment to which advertising costs of $274.20, paid by the City should be added: makingthe
huge saving can be effected by total cost of these certificates to the City. $4.888.08, Redemption, of these
in the Everglades, stating that certificates to December 1933 amounted balance of
31. to 80410. leaving a
1. Instructing tax collectors to a short session of the
his interest In the section was firstaroused LaBelle $4083.98. This figure does not Include the Clerk's fees and Interest which will be
make up two tax sale lists-one of chapter of the Parent-Teacher As- collected by the City as certificates are redeemed.
by a chaJl; meeting: in MexIco : There remained a balance of $25.20 of 1932 taxes due by the Tax Collector at
Individually owned lands and sociation Tuesday night; Mrs.
one M. W.
with a man who'was acquaintedwith December 31, 1933, which has since been paid. .
of state certificated lands-just as Blanton presented 'the ,new County Collections on account of 1933 taxes are as follows: .-
the richness or the mucklands Total taxes levied for 1933________________ $ 14261.46
was done last 'year. adjoining Lake Okeechobee. Mr. Nurse Miss Lucillia VanHorn.. Less: Tax Payments Received ______________$ 1255.63 '

2. Instructing the tax collectors Miss VanHorn was sent here by Discounts Allowed __________________________ 44.13 1.299.,6
Bryant and
a companion were In

..' to advertise promptly the list of In- Mexico for suitable lands for growing the State and has' Instructions to Uncollected balance ________________________ $ 12961.70
dividually owned lands, which ad- make a survey of the children! In the The amount shown In the "balance sheet as Accrued Wages $196.16 repre-
sugar cane and vegetables.. That sents the labor payroll for December. This was paid In December from the
vertisement is necessary' to afford chance meeting led to the purchaseof county preparatory to the visit of a $30000 Pay Roll Fund leaving the balance of $103.84 previously mentioned. As.
the purchaser a good and sufficient State Doctor who will vaccinate however, no warrant had been Issued for reimbursement from the General Ac-
50,0000 acres of Everglades land -v' count up to the date covered by this report, the amount Is shown as accrued.
lien by giving due notice to all con- from the state and the subsequent school children against Diphtheria, Very truly yours.

cerned or Interested in said properties Typhoid and Small Pox: W. C. WORTH _
efforts of' the state to drain the sec- Deputy City Clerk.
f l which have not already' been A financial report showed' that STATEMENT OF ASSETS'AND LIABILITIES-GENERAL FUND L-

previously advertised. tion.M. the benefit show Friday,night netted City of Clewiston-Clewiston, Florida '

1 3. Instructing said collectors to M. Frost,.of Jacksonville, whois $19.20. After setting aside- ten dol- As of the Close of Business ASSETS December 31st 1933. '. '"

Immediate past president of the lars of this for medical supplies and CASH
withhold further advertising of the General Account____$ 259.79
Junior Chamber of Commerce On deposit First Bank of Clewiston.
f list of state certificated lands, which service and 'paying two other out- On deposit First Bank of Clewiston. Pay Roll Account 300.00 -
f have already been previously adver- stressed the need for abolition of standing bills the Association votedto In hand ___:____________________:::: 3919 $ : 59898
the feeling of .sectionalism
over the
tised, just as the similar portion of buy four diamond ball outfits for UNPAID TAXES

state. "All for Florida and Floridafor I the use of the grammar school Tax Collector. 1932 Assessment ______________________________ trr 25.20
the 1933 list was withheld and, All" was suggested by Mr. Frostas pu- Tax Collector 1933 Assessment ____________________________ 12961.70 12.98690
4. Not to advertise said list until
a slogan for chamber of com-I -
such time as the legislature has ant merce activities. METHODIST MISSIONARYHAS Certificates purchased by the City ________________________ 4.083,98
opportunity to correct the error, and I PERMANENT
provide a legal means of handling Guests at the"dinner were: Alfred I ALL DAY MEETINGMrs. Equipment _____________________________________.___________- 254.07

certification of added annual delinquent H. Wagg, of Palm Beach, president, ,'..;','. $ 17,923.93

taxes against such lands as W. L. Wilson, :of Panama' City, vice- Elinor Heroy was' hostess to LIABILITIES 4

have been previously advertised ands president at large' R. G. Grassfleld, the ladies of the Methodist Missionary As WARRANTS per schedule PAYABLE attached __________________________________ $ 579.48 .
ld to the of Jacksonville, general managerand Society in an all day meetingat ACCRUALS ".
state Accrued labor payroll ______________________________________ 19616
secretary 'H C.. her home
x and be ftFurther Bretney, of Thursday SURPLUS

Jacksonville, M. M. Frost, of Jack- Just before luncheon a double Unappropriated balance December 31, 1933 ______________ 17,148,29
Resolved that this com-
mittee be instructed to mail Immed- sonville, 'T. F. Fleming, of Fort birthday celebration was enjoyed. $ 17,923.93STATEMENT

Lauderdale, J. 0., Bowen, of West The persons honored were Mrs. He- OF INCOME AND EXPENSES-GENERAL FUND
iately to the 67 Interested
publishers Florida
a copy of this resolution so that Palm Beach, Judge John .0.. Shares, roy and Miss Martha Byers. These For the City Calendar of Clewiston-Clewiston Year Ending December, 31st, 1933.

Vero Beach, Wendell C. Heaton, of ladies have been deaconesses in the INCOME ...
any protests may be registered by West Palm Beach levied 1933 .;. ------------$ "
wire should ,J. L. Kerr of Pa- Methodist church, andafter: spend- Taxes --------------- ------------ "Ins75
there be Licenses ------------- :
any Occupational ---------------------
dISagree-I hokee, Earl W., Brown of DeLand ing the winter in : 115:00: < .
LaBelle -----
ment with the above are planning Rentals --------------------------------------------- .
H. I. Mossberger of Miami to return Certificate Redemption Fees ------------------------------ ; '
to 25'00
be it Charles their. homes in
I I I Auto Tax received from State -------------------------
H. Barnes, of St. Augustine, N, P. New York soon. -' Interest on Tax Certificates redeemed -!'----------------- 40.lg $ 14,718, '40. ..
Further Resolved that the said I Yowell of
Orlando, directors, Dr. After luncheon Mrs: E. E. Ed- EXPENSES :'
committee advise the cabinet of
the John I. Leonard, and Ernest Child, wards and Miss Martha Byers con- Office .--------______________ 1,575.30
desire of these ----------- -----
bodies and the inter- of Palm 'Beach :: ::::::::: .2,098.44
Mrs. L. H. Prescott, ducted a dialogue Brazil, Mrs. G. Street Lighting: ? ------------------------- .616.32 ,
ested newspapers, that it Issue the Legal and Publications ----------------------------- -
and Mr. and Mrs':, Stanley Peeler, of W. Tyrell Intersetlng talk ----T- 66800 ....
proper instructions to the comptroller West Palm Beach and Mrs. J. I. on "Brazil Through an the Eyes of aVisitor" Police Insurance--::::::::::::=:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :

that he may advise the tax collectors Street and Bridges ------------------------------ 1,172.82
Mossberger, of Miami, F. D. and -
Duff, several readings on the
to advertise -: :
promptly the lIst
E. E.
Kelley and R. Y.
Patterson, subject were offered by ladles of 371.24 ,_
of Individually owned lands, just as Jay W. Moran Garbage and Sanitation ----------------------------------- .
H. J. B. ,553
Scharnberg the '
society. -------- ,
Equipment Operation -----------------------
last and to withhold ----- .
year, as 82 o2 $ 1065233
was W. M. Redelsheimer, Dave G. Alston, Group singing and the serving of Discounts allowed on Tax Payments ---------------------- ::""V
done last the list of
year, state certificated E. L. Stewart and ________ $ 4066.07
Keathley Bow- tea and birthday cake concluded ,the Excess of Tax Levy and other Income over expenses
lands and be it
den of Clewiston and F. E. Bryant i I day's program. The next all day By order of City Commission. Jot. W. alGa, City Clert
Further Resolved that -ar .
aho\11d.any Canal Point meeting is in April at the home of Vo. 14O March 10, 23, .

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