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: April 6, 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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With one drainage culvert as not Elbert L. Stewart, former repre-
FOR MILL JUBILEE yet begun, the C. Y. Thomason Company sentative, this week announces that

this week is nearing comple- he has entered the race for repre-

IS NEXT SATURDAYPlans tion on drainage culvert Number BACK SALARIESThe sentative, subject to the June pri TOURNEY SUNDAYF.

1, located near Diston-Island Pump- mary.

ing Station Number 1, and begun Mr. Stewart, who has made his

construction of a cofferdam on loca- county school board this home here for eleven years, is well- Deane Duff, by virtue of a 12-

are being made by a com- cafion at Little Bare Beach for the week paid up all the balance due known through the county. He 11 victory over L. C. Rosenberg was

mittee of U. S. Sugar corporation excavation of the site of culvert teachers on last year's salaries, us- served as representative in the 1931 winner of the Clewiston Drug Com-

employees for the annual harvest Number 3. ing the major portion of $5000 of session of the legislature, and was pany handicap tournament in the
to follow the
festival and dance Other levee and structural workof : the race track funds, which were nominated for the same post in the 36-hole finals played over the local

close of the 1933-34 crop season, the Lake Okeechobee project is deposited Tuesday to the credit of June prihiary ,two years later. He course Sunday.

'. the date having been set tentatively now making satisfactory progress.At the general school fund of .Hendry was defeated In the general elec- ,, Captain Duff turned in a 39-39-
April 14th. The committee -
: as Saturday, Clewiston the hurricane gate is county by the board of county com- tion by R.- E. Burchard, Republican, 40 for the three rcunds needed to
which is composed of F. E.
advancing with'the pouring of con- missioners.A incumbent.Mr. win the match against Rosenberg's
." ,y:: Bryant, eastern division, F. A. Par-
,- crete about every other day. The total of $7,700 has been sent Stewart came to Clewiston as 50-55-55. Captain Duff's 78 for the
{ western'division, E. R. Fontaine,
,, : is, has'been
first lift of four feet
com- cashier of the First Bank of Clew first 18 holes'of the tournament
\ music and entertainment, H. C. Kol- to the clerk of the Hendry county

,,' ;: stad, refreshments, and H. J. B. pleted and the second step in the board of commissioners from racetrack iston, a position he has held con- bested by one stroke his lowest

: ; :. Scharnberg, decoration of sugar concrete pouring: begun. funds this year. Some distention tinuously since his arrival. He has score previously. Without a birdie,

house, will provide a barbecue din- between the county com- been identified with many .clvlc...enterprises but never more than one stroke over:

missioners and the school board as of the county. par Duff's score card is a model of
ner, with a dance and other enter- None
tainment features. Seriously to the division of funds has tied the consistent golf. On the second nine

money up and n&0' of it had been holes, he parred numbers 3, 4, 5, 6,
,,.r. I The jubilee will. be held in the Injured In Two 7 and 8 in succession. On
,\ used prior to Tu ay. Best Diamond Ball every
- lower floor of the sugar house; mu-
I round he made par: on numbers 5,
:' will be furnished Herb Ja- On Tuesday Drew Hampton,
sic by Week-end WrecksTwo
7 and 8.Duff .
Ever Seen On Local
' cobsen's 0-piece orchestra from chairman of the school board informed -
with a handicap set at 12 at
Palm Beach. The entertain- the county commissionersthat
the beginning of the tournament
ment plans are being kept secret week-end ,automobile acci- he was of the opinion that the Field Monday Night was paired in the finals against..
school board would the
assured of several accept or-
guests are dents resulted in demolished cars Rosenberg, whose handicap was 30.
iginal offer of the commis-
\ numbers. county
interesting surprise with the occupants miraculously
escaping -
Captain Duff has steadily improvedhis
The Clewiston All-Stars beat the
sioners of $7,500 of the race track
The jubilee this year will .celebrate serious injury.
held Fort Pierce Firemen 2 to 1 the game since the tournament
the closing of the longest money if the offer still good. on
Saturday night Joe Cato and T. local diamond ball field Monday opened the first of March.
in the of The commissioners, however, did
grinding season
(Happy) Cook were injured when night in a heads-up and well-played Duff's score card in the finals:
the Everglades sugar industry. The I not repeat the offer madeto the
Cato's Chevrolet coupe overturnednear This the fast- 1st. 2nd. 3rd. par
game. was probably
school board
I and refused by them'a
mill which opened November
-,, the experimental levee section est and most exciting .that has No.1. 4 5 4 -4
few weeks ago. game
30th is scheduled to close about
:' east of town. Both No. '2 -4 5 5 4
Y men were severely been played on the local field this
the 14th, the exact date being dependent The school board held a special I No.3 4
cut and bruised and the car season. 3 3
; .i weather conditions meeting and voted to
-, on practically demolished. Cato's Wednesday I No. 4 5 5 6) 5
which might affect the rapidity of use the track funds which they had Campbell was in the best of form .,
worst injury was a laceration which No. 5 4 4. 4. 4
the harvest. just received to last t and pitched his way out of many
: : pay up year'steachers No.-
: cut both leaders of his left arm just 4 3_ 4 3
salaries. in full. A small tight places.
above the wrist. Cook's neck was I No. 7 5 5 5 5
sum which remained to be appliedon Hallstom, of Fort Pierce, pitcheda
twisted most severely, and narrowly No. 8 4 4 4 if ",
Hurricane Safety salaries for neat and heady game, and was
the current
( year.
i :; :; escaped being broken. No. 9 5 5 5 4Total
The resolution which was adopted by a well-playing team.

{ ( Committee Visits Both Cato and Cook are employedby by the county commissionersreads The Firemen tallied first in the /t- 40 ;;

the sugar company at Benbow follows second inning when Hancock was
as :
At the conclusion of
the match
Farms. safe at first on a hit, went to second
; Here Wednesday WHEREAS, the board of county Captain Duff was presented with
I Sunday two automobiles drivenby on Avant's error, was sent to third '
commissioners of
Hendry county the handsome trophy donated by the
l "?.f.-i: : Wallace Futch of Clewiston and have this determined that by Hallstom _and scored on Avant's :
, I day the Clewiston Drug Company, and Mr.
, :"r':' Henry M. Baker, of Miami, assistant -' Glen Dyess of LaBelle collided three sum of $5,000 will be all funds nec- error. This lead was held until the Rosenberg received a prize of golf

r ;r.::. national director of Red Cross miles this side of LaBelle on the essary to supplement the general sixth inning. In this inning, Cro- balls.

, : ," disaster relief, Fred C. Elliott, secretary cross state highway. Futch's car school funds 'of Hendry county, chet got on with a hit, went to third

'.. .:', ." of the Internal Improvement was demolished. With him at the Florida, so as to makethe total when Campbell's fly was muffed

board of Tallahassee, Brigadier-Gen time of the accident was his wife amount received by board of public and scored when a play was madeto Clewiston Will Have '
';:-;:" Vivien Collins of the Florida the former Marie Smith of catch Whidden
ff eral M. Moore instruction of Flor- running for .
.... Hendry county, .
- :' : Turner Wallis Haven, and Mr. and Mrs. at
; National Guard, Remagen. ida $50 for each pupil enrolled In Campbell, second. Interesting Exhibit

: : ',' chairman of the Palm Beach chap- The party were returning to Clewis- the public schools of Hendry county, Clewlston's next run came thru

.. ter American Red Cross and chair- ton from LaBelle after the marriageof I Florida, during the school year Avant's long blow which netted hima At Bean FestivalThe

: man of the Florida Safety League Miss Smith and Mr. Futch. 1933-34, three-bagger from which sack he

'" and Alexander Blair, representing scored when the ball was bobbledIn
"- THEREFORE, Be It Resolved by
r'S the Roebling Estate at Red Hills, ENGINEERS WIN FROM the short field. Bean Festival, which opens
the county commissioners of Hendry
,. Highlands county, were visitors in CLEWISTON-1ST BASEBALLIn Fort Pierce threatened to tie the for four days at Belle Glade next
county, Florida, that the said sum '
Clewiston Wednesday, on a visit to score in the ninth after Cross parked Tuesday, will have two exhibits
of $5,000 be paid said board of pub-
the Everglades area to get a first- the first baseball one for three bases. Hallstom from Clewiston that will attract
game to be lic instruction as full settlement of
of the territory to be covered fanned Johnson flied than interest to
hand view played the out to B. more passing spec-
on local field
this season any and all claims said board of
in the safety council organ- the U. S. Engineers beat the Clewiston public instruction may have against Nail, and Gartner struck out, retiring tators. ':These displays are those of

:.'. '. ized by Governor Dave Sholtz. team 4-3 last the side with Cross dying on the U. S. Engineer office and of the
Sunday after-
this board in and to the funds
: The safety committee is endeavorIng third. United States Sugar Corporationand
; noon. as
... known the race track funds, said
''.: to organize forces and avoid confusion The game, played more for 12 strike-outs, 3 hits, 2 walks, will give a glimpse of the two
: ''r prac- sum to be deposited to the credit of
2t:::','.:" during the hurricane and tice than for baseball, showed sev- I the general fund In the county de and 2 errors were recorded for each largest developments of the region.

"\i:'<<(:: storm "scares." The members met eral players in good form and bids pository. team. The Engineers' display will include -

;;i.: at the call of Governor' Dave Sholtz fair for a good local team this sea- B. Nail at third handled 10 a series of pictures showingthe

'>. jf,;: and In a move to coordinate the chances at the hot corner withouta construction of the levee and

work of the Red Cross, the state son.The Engineers started their line- bobble, and turned in a neat exhi- drainage structures on Lake Okee-
,: and other agencies. Full power up with William Hooks on the FREAK bition of diamond ball. chob'ee at various locations and varying -

':'YF' I' ,' to act was vested with the Florida mound, and Williamson receiving.Rob stages of completion. Maps,

, th Safety League with W. Turner Wallis Smith was stationed at first, DAMAGES LARGE BENEFIT DANCE WEDNESDAYFOR sketches and other plans will bea

SS"ti'1 of Palm Beach as chairman. Rutland at second, McCracken at BOY SCOUT TROOPA portion of the exhibit.

In each community around the : short and Clement Nail at third. In, The sugar company will exhibit
the outfield RHUBARB CROPA dance for the benefit of the varieties of cane, pictures of the refinery -
lake a chairman is named to receive Wilson played left, I
in Savannah where raw sugar -
.. evacuation orders and to direct Berry center and Mathis right. Royal Palm Council of Boy Scouts
:' evacuation or other safety movc Clewiston started Cruze in the will be given at the Clewiston Inn from the Clewiston mill is refined -

These chairmen include R. Y. Pat- box and Hendry behind the bat, freak hailstorm and heavy rain- Wednesday evening, I April 11th. into Dixie Crystals, and other !

'- with fall struck just west of Clewiston' The Royal Palm Council is com- pictures showing this immense agri- .
. ; terson, Clewiston, Dr. W. J. Beck, McLendon on first, Whiddenon
Belle Glade, Fred Flanders, Moore second, Hawkins on short, and late Thursday afternoon of last posed of troops in Lee, Collier, cultural activity. Those in chargeof

Haven, Tom Conely, Okeechobee and Beder Nall at .third. Avant wentto week, and partially destroyed a 13- Charlotte and Hendry counties. the Festival are also seeking to 1 1

Alexander Blair, of Red Hills. left, Campbell to center and acre field of rhubarb which E. S. The council maintains a Scout include in the exhibit, the diorama

-': The league has already arranged Woodward to right.. Keppler and sons of, Fort Myers house at Fort Myers, and a camp, of a sugar plantation now on dis-
which is
play at the
C with the weather bureau for official Boyd, Peterson, Hawkins and were growing on what Is locally on the Caloosahatchee river near
Charles PlastowStudios
of the
: the
\ Miller saw action for the Engineers known as the Otto Larsen farm. Mr. Olga. The camp is operated every property
(Continued on page 8) at Coral Gables. The dior-
I Keppler the hailstones
during the game. reports as summer and supervised recreationand
Clewiston scored three runs In small, and said that the hail Itself instruction is given to scouts ama will be a portion of Florida's'exhibit

Car of Oil For Pacific A\"c. the third ,to be tied in the sixth by: did no material damage to the rhu-I; attending. The council also owns I at the Century of Progressthis

Waits Action df ClewistonC. the engineers. The winning run was barb, which is a very sturdy vege- and operates a bus which isused summer.

made by the engineers in the eighth.G. table, but that the heavy rainfall by Scouts on various trips.. Duringthe I
C. House standing the had $9 A CRATE FOR CUKES
Hendry County on ground ruineda past summer the Scouts visited

Supervisor of Works for the FERA, H. SMALL APPOINTEDJUSTICE large portion of the splendid the Century of Exposition In Chicago. GROWN IN HEXDRY:: COUNTY

announced this week that Tallahassee OF THE PEACE field, which had just reached matur- .
FERA officials had telegraphed ity and would have been ready for Sale of a few baskets of cucum-

" approval of the purchase of a car G. H. Small was appointed by market In a couple of days. The Royal Palm Council has bers' at $9 a bushel was made last
meant much _to local scouts. It has from
of oil to be used in paving Pacific Governor Sholtz last week to serveas The growing of rhubarb was an week by Orrin W. Manning:

; Avenue which is the street leading Justice of the Peace of the experiment on the part of the Kep- given them many advantages which his sand land farm at Felda, his
could not be given to an isolated -
:.w-4 to the sugar mill. district of Hendry county, to suc- plers, none having been grown in I Hendry county project supplementing
troop, Including personal visits muck land
. "::i:!.;: ,- This street, which has been torn ceed Paul Deam who resigned re- this section, with the exception of a farming activities on
:'r ;'. up for some time, was to have been cently to move to West Palm Beach. I few plants in home gardens. The from Dan Beard, founder of it Bean City. Mr. Manning Is mar-
Scouting In the United States. other vegetables
., :i'I': paved by the CWA but changes of Mr. Small's bond was approved by I' experiment proved entirely success- keting squash and
' ':{"-':'.- administration and difficulties with the Hendry county board of county ful in that the crop made splendid The dance Wednesday will doubt- from' his Hendry county farm.

''-;'. the 70-30 ratio of CWA funds delayed commissioners at their meeting 1 1'I ogress and received no setback In less receive a hearty patronage from He reported this week that water-
; '
... *:; the purchase of materials. Tuesday.The' the way of blight or disease. A friends of the Scouts in this and melon vines were looking good In

-.: ; Some time ago the City of Clewiston -'I bond has been submitted to lovely field of this vegetable, whichis neighboring communities.Bill the sand land section where he and

", offered to make up the $108 the Comptroller for approval and a practically unknown to Floridians Dougherty's orchestra, popu- several other Everglades farmersare

,: difference between the available commission will be issued Mr. Small was produced. lar musicians from West Palm diversifying their farming ac-

funds and the cost of the oil and to following this. Mr. Keppler, who incidentally is Beach, will provide music.L. tivities,

: ..,.. pay all cost of spreading equipment Mr. Small, an employee of the I an enthusiast for the agricultural Mr. Manning said that only a few

' if the CWA would pay the labor sugar company, is well known thru I possibilities of this section, says that G. Miller, J.V.. Cook, M. A. 'of the earliest cucumbers have sold
bill. This proposition wired portion of the there is Miller Ernest D. Bletch- at the high price received last week
I was to the eastern county no reason why the crop cannot White. G.
'," Tallahassee and has been accepted I and: his appointment came followingthe I be a successful money maker er, Oscar Blocker. Cecil Howell andJ. and warned that the high _prIcoR

i .... .'.. as satisfactory. All that is necessary presentation of a petition requesting here It withstands cold better than Smith, of Plant City, arrived here: would not justify 'vlsji3- rem automobile -

'I U::, now is for Clewiston to arrange I the Governor to name him almost any other vegetable, and can this week and are, residing! at, the. or lnsurancefjsalesmen.erglad.e.s .- -E 7-

i''.' ( for the renting of the machinery. to the' office., .' ,' ., .. '.' '. ..' ,, '(Continued on page 8) WatanabeHotel.. ",I .' J. '.: News:!,'. ,' ., ," .
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,.President determines[ that emergency I URGES BANKS TO --'HENRY MORGENTHAU ,I IfJ Ii

News' Review of Current schedule.conditions require change of that


Events the World Over THE get'a man who break works if amendments for a living to

the Income tax law proposed by the President Asks Action by i

senate finance committee are finally i
adopted. These amendments would Congress. I

Gain in Industrial Employment, Reported-Steel Industry reduce take more the taxes tax on from smaller big estates Incomes.and' Washington.-Loans to enable small I,>

Accused of Price Boosting and Fixing Japan and Chairman Harrison estimated that industries of the country to Join In a

the net result of the changes proposed march to\vard recovery will be provided -
U. S. Exchange Good Will Notes-Navy Bill Passes. would add $50,000,000 of annual if legislation proposed to congressby r

revenue to the bill: President Roosevelt Is adopted.A y
y4 fi
The committee voted unanimously bill introduced in both houses, accompanied pi r)<: '' 'j o rff > k' '
for to continue the one- by a from the
a proposal message
OF LABOR FRANCES Japan let [it be known unofficially
I SECRETARY of tenth of 1 per cent corporation cap- President, would set up 12 "credIt
announces a jump recently that it desires an increaseIn .
Ital stock and 5 per cent excess profits banks for industry," one in each federal J' 9 .i
345,000 In Industrial employment; anda Its naval ratio with the United
tax levy, which were.. repealed reserve district with authorityto
gain of $12,000,000 In weekly pay States and Great Britain[ [ under the
and'London when repeal put liquor taxes Into ef discount or purchase industrial pa-
rolls between Washington
January naval treaties '.
15 and February 15. and would like to enter preliminary feet.These per, and if necessary to make loans /'c r .Ii
"Factory employment discussions. taxes would have expired direct to industries.Mr. .
increased 6.1 per July 1. Under the new proposal they Roosevelt told the national legislators -

cent while pay rolls would become effective again July 1, that a survey had indicated to iP\td
ROOSEVELT In let- 1935. Experts estimated the revenue ,
rose 12.6 per cent," PRESIDENT him that $700,000,000 in working cap-
Secretary Perkins said senate and house bankIng from these taxes at $,000,000.. ital was needed by smaller industries,

in summing up the de committees, asked congress to set The reduction In income taxes and that if granted it would insure

velopments. She add V up twelve 'Industrial credit banks would come In the form of a 10 per the continued employment of 346,000employees 6
which he had been told would safe- cent credit to be allowed] on earned r
ed that since Marchof [ and provide new jobs for an
last year 2,400,000 guard the jobs of 346,000 persons and, income up to $20,000. additional 378,000 workers. t
create work for 378,000 more. Immediately The estate amendment would in-
workers have returnedto Approximately $140,000,000 will be
,after the President's wishes crease taxes on such property to a
Industrial Jobs and advanced to the credit banks from the w.A .
Secretary were:known legislation was IntroducedIn maximum of 50 per cent as againstthe r
$07,000.000 added to federal treasury through the federal ; : s
Perkins both, houses giving the federal reserve present 45 per cent, the raises c sr
the weekly pay rolls. reserve banks, to start them off. Oth- o, I. :
system authority to create the ranging from 1 per cent on estates
Secretary Perkins pointed out that er funds will become available throughsale
banks, financing them by selling $140- valued between $1,000,000 and $1,500-
her survey of Industrial employment of common and preferred stocks,
000,000 of stock to the treasury.The 000 to 5 per cent"on those over $10-
covers only a small part of the total
notes, debentures, and other securities.
plight of the, "small or medium 000,000.HpRACTS.
business field.
The legislation some quarters was
size" >
Industrialist stressed the
was by
"The manufacturing non-manu .,.
regarded as one more step toward the -'N.
President, and he cited results of
a survey -
facturing Industries covered," she ex urging the public to donate
taking over of the businessin
indicating that such industry was banking The treasury's list o/ silver hoarders ...
plained, "normally employ only 20- cash to promote the sport of flyingIn ,
the United States by the federal
badly in need of $700,000,000 working is.the result of an investigation .of
000,000 of the 49,000,000 gainful work- [ Germany were circulated In Berlin
government, although in this case it t
capital. speculative purchases ot the ..metal '
of the and therefore these the -C
ers country Sunday. Under Versailles treaty
is pointed out the legislation is
pre- which undertaken
was ac Secretary
totals do not Indicate all changes In public funds are not '
employment. To them should be add- A RAY of hope for unpaid school y $ s. I permitted to be used pared and sponsored by the federal lIorgenthau's.request. to [learn the
reserve board which has been ratedof
ed 10,000 workers reported by the in- teachers appeared when a house to stimulate aviation, Idenuty'of those who own silver i
terstate commerce commission to have subcommittee was ordered to draft I but the leaflet points, conservative intent and thought. In stocks.
addition the 12 credit banks will be ,
been taken on during the last month legislation authorizing direct federal out that the treaty op-
by Class 1 steam railroads, and gainsIn grants to needy school systems throughout does not refer to private erated under rules and regulations

agricultural employment which normally the country. The primary pur-' initiative, and prescribed by the reserve board, INCOME TAX ABOVE
of the would be and may be dissolved at any time, under -
take place at this time with the pose proposed grants adds :
beginning of farming activities in the to insure the operation of schools for "We are unable to order of the board.

Southern states. a minimum term each year.A construct military Under President Roosevelt's sugges-
serious curtailment of educational tion, men chosen from industry would
"The increases in employment and
planes, but the devel Figures
Encourage Op-
pay roll in' the automobile industrywere facilities in many sections of the coun- opment of the sportPremier predominate on the boards of directors -

the outstanding gains of the try has been forced by lack of funds, of flying; and training of the banks. timism.

month. The agricultural implement according to the committee, with con- German people as flyGoering Loans would be made for a period of

industry reported employment gains of sequent result that thousands of chil- ers Is entirely dependent not more than five years, and similarly :- Washington.-Income of the federal

14.9 per cent and machine tools a rise dren are not receiving the proper upon ourselves and our readinessto commercial paper discounted by government for the first eight and,one-

of 15 per cent, continuing the gains amount of instruction. An inability to make sacrifices." private banks with the credit banks half- months of the current fiscal year

which have marked every month since pay teachers is the most pressing The demand for a German air force would be for a term of not more than surpassed the total of the entire pre-

last May and June> problem.A was also emphasized by Gen. Hermann five years. vious fiscal year; treasury figures
"Industries allied with building con- large part of the proposed federal Wilhelm Goering, premier of showed. Total receipts for the fiscal

struction also showed increased 'operations grants will be available for the pay- Prussia and relchsmlnister[ of aviation, Hitler year to March 16 were $2,131,545,083,
." ment of salaries to unpaid teachers. [in speaking at a flying exhibition at Would Provide compared with $2,079,696,742 in the 12 '

Under; the direct grant measure pro- the Essen airport. Goering declared Money for NewlywedsMunich months ended June 30, 1033.

c' pRICE fixing and price boosting, posed by the education committee it that Germany can, enjoy no security, : Germany Cupid is Invokedby Heavy income tax receipts helped

to discriminate against was understood, the necessary fiinds no peace, no equality until she is Adolf Hitler to solve Germany'sunemplo'ment raise income above the previous year.
would be supplied either by the fed- granted the right to defend herself in In the first 16
of March
; small enterprises, are' current practices problem, in a speech days receipts
eral Emergency Relief administrationor the air. This demand cannot be altered -
t In the steel Industry under Its delivered from a dumping cart at Un- amounted to $125,005,359, or nearly
: the Public Works administration. the air[ minister proclaimed.
double the $69,667,920 collected in
NRA code, the federal trade commis- terhaching.The .
sion declares In a report to the senate. "If other countries are permittedthe entire nation listened to his the first 16 days of March, 1933. To

That there has been price fixing PEAKING before an assembly of heaviest weapons of attack In the broadcast from upper'Bavaria on the tal income tax collections for the fiscal
air, Germany at least must be given
-.: as well as increases In'prices of steel 5,000 cheering chief Fascists first anniversary of the historic year to March 16 were $483,212,343,
the right of defense he said. /
," products during the period coveredby Premier Mussolini outlined[ a GO-year reichstag Potsdam, when the Nazi against $453,007,563 in the corresponding ,

the inquiry, the commission declares program of internal and external: expansion leader was given dictatorial powers. period last year. Income tax col- el'

are conclusions warranted by which, he A BROAD national program for re- "By setting aside 150,000,000 marks: actions on March 16 alone amounted I

ample facts. Under the provisions of predicted, would In ducing the nation's supply of milk (approximately $39,530,000) for loansto to $62,667,937, representing checks

the code and the methods of Its application the Twenty-first cen- from 10 to 20 per cent in return for newlyweds," the chancellor said, mailed on March 15, the deadline, and

prices for any given productat tury give Italy the federal cash payments to the individual "we expect to set 200,000 girls mar-' not cashed until the. next day.

any point of delivery are uniform. .a qL "primacy of the milk producer was proposed to the ried off by 1935." Total income of $2,132,545,083 in the "

This is a direct violation of the or- world." That century, dairy industry of the country by the Ag- Other features of the government'shuge first eight and one-half months of the

der to desist from the Pittsburgh plus he said, will] be a ricultural Adjustment administration. job creation program Included current fiscal year compared with

practice.The "black shirt era""In The program was:evolved after months 300,000,000 marks (some $119,100,000) $1,361,597,414!) collected in the corre-

steel code, according to the this age of of effort by AAA experts. for tax loan certificates and 666,000- sponding period last year. Total expenditures -

trade commission. Is devised to lodge plans," II Duce de- The plan suggested by the admin- 000 marks (about $200,200,000) for however, rose from $3.595-

control of the Industry with the United :. clared, "I want to lay istration would involve some $165,000000 ,- road construction. 878,178 a,, year' ago to $4,589,680,133
the outset it said with
at was ,
States Steel corporation and other .... before you a plan notMussolini this year, leaving a deficit on March
prospects that the cost might rise as
large producers, to take business away for five years or ten 16, 1934 of $2,457,135,050;:; against
[ .
high as $300,000,000. It would be Anti-Fascist Plotters
from little manufacturers, to discrim- years but for GO $2,234,280,763 a
inate against certain fabricators and years carrying on to the Twenty-first financed by a processing tax of a cent Given Death Sentence year ago.

producing centers and, to discriminateIn century, at which time Italy will have per pound on butter fat, gradually in-
creasing as the advanced, to Rome.-Two alleged anti-Fascist ter- Railroads
program Insistent
favor of powerful customers like primacy of the world. on
of 5 cents rorists for whom the prosecution had
a peak pound.
the automobile Industry.At "Italy has no future In the West Further
asked the death penalty were sen- Salary Cuts
a press conference at the White and North. Her future lies to the
House the President indicated that he East and South In Asia and Africa.: ANOTHER step forward In develop- tenced to 30 years' Imprisonment for Washington.-Railway managers renewed -

was not satisfied with the way the The vast resources of Africa must be between the United plotting against the life of Premier their demand on employees for

steel code is operating. There were valorized and Africa brought within States aAd Austria was taken with the Mussolini and for the bombing of St. a 15 per cent reduction in basic wages

signs the Executive might reopen the the civilized circle. recent decision of the Austro-American Peter's cathedral last June. They are to become effective July 1. .

code and call for drastic revisions to "I do not refer to conquest of territory commercial Interests in Vienna to Leonardo Bucciglioni and Renato Previously, the managers lrad pro-

protect consumers and independent but to natural expansion. We found an American Chamber of Com- Cianca. posed that the present 10 per cent cut

manufacturers from price fixing and demand that nations which have al- merce In Vienna. Later a cognate in- Claudio Cianca, son of Renato, was be continued until April 30, 1935. The

increased costs. ready arrived In Africa do not blockat stitution is .also to be established in sentenced to an 1S-year term, insteadof ,employees refused that flatly v

every step Italian expansion." Washington.The the 30 years, asked by the prosecu- President Roosevelt had requestedthat

.'f A .SSURANCES of cordial regard Here, it was said, he was referring. decision to open up a chamberof tion, and Pasquale Capasso, the fourth the present railway wages be .

: *"* and pledges of a desire for the particularly to France.! commerce here is the result of defendant, was acquitted continued unchanged. The 10 per cent '

: settlement of any differences by amicable Internally, Mussolini said, Immediate lengthy study by a committee appointed reduction has been in effect since

r' means were expressed In an exI' -. objectives are completion of some time ago "for founding a spe- Restrictions Put on 1932. -
: change, of notes between swamp reclamation by 1940, new aqueducts cial organization to develop trade and The managers left open for possible
Secretary of and highways, plans to recreate tourist traffic between Austria and Nudists in Kentucky negotiation a resumption of their offerto

I': State Hull and Koki! Italian municipalities, complete rebuilding America." Frankfort, Ky.-Nudist colonies may accept a continuance of the. 10 per

: Hirota, Japanese foreign of 500,000 rural houses and The organization of the American settle in Kentucky, in accordance witha cent reduction.

minister. The exI repairs to 930,000 rural houses, a work Chamber of Commerce has the backingof bill that is now a law, but they must

change of notes was of 30 years. President Ernst Streeruwitz of the build 20-foot walls of brick, stone or Figures Show Rise in
the outcome of inter- "Every rural person will have a Vienna Chamber of Commerce, American concrete around their premises and

changes initiated by clean and healthy house," he asserted. Consul General E. L. Harris, and pay the state an annual license fee Average Living Costs ,

I: Japan In furtherance "Only In this way can the rush to Commercial Attache ,J. H. Hughes. of $1,000. New York.-February showed a con- ,' F-T
I"" of a foreign policy the the city be combated. General Inquiry has Indicated that Coy Ruby Laffoon permitted the tinuance of the rise of living costs of

general purpose of the United States can get a bigger measure to become a law without his wage earners, the national Industrial

: which Is to conciliate, EXPANSION of the navy to treaty share of the Austrian market throughthis approval or disapproval. A nudist conference board reported. The weighted -

Y' the United States. Japan *-* limitations is now assured with way of making an Intensive studyof colony would be required to keep a average for all items showed a gainof

f" 'is Intent upon Secretary Hull the passage by congress of the Vinson- detailed openings for exports than register of its inhabitants which 1 per cent. Food was up 2.9 per

I. persuading the United States to abandon Trammell bilL The bill calls for the through any new general trade agree- would be open to the inspection of cent; housing 0.2 ; men's clothing 0.3 ;

I l the policy of obstruction of Japanese construction of 102 warships and an ments. state officials.China women's clothing 0.4 ; sundries 0.2.

occupation of Manchuria and to Increase of 1,184 In the naval air- Coal decreased 0.1. The figures

recognize the Japanese dominated plane strength at a cost estimated at city of Hakodate, most impor- Concerned Over showed that the cost of living was 8

f, state of llanchukuo.HIrota. between $570,000,000 and $700,000,000 THE port In northern Japan, was per cent higher than in February last
expressed the firm belief Recent Japanese Moves
spread over five years. reduced to a smoldering shambles as :'ear.
'; that "no question exists between our The bill merely "authorizes" a treaty the result of a devastating fire. One Shanghai. -strengthening of the

two countries that is fundamentally nary Appropriations must follow in thousand persons are dead and three Japanese garrison at Dolon-nor to Indians Seek Millions
Incapable of amicable solution" order to translate the action into
f ships thousand are injured. The fire fol- 5,000 men and a concentration of Jap-
I :' Hull, in concurring with that statement and planes. the town of Kuyuan From U. S. 'for' Land/
G.p. lowed In the wake of a driving equi- anese planes at
said he would be
glad to Private builders of ships'and planesfor
re- which tore through caused Chinese authorities to hold a
P noctial windstorm Ponca City, Okla.-Based on a claim
jrelve "any suggestion calculated to the navy are limited In the bill to Japan. A to- military conference at Peiping. Dolon-
: "maintain and to Increase that northern, they were never adequately compensated -
:'r liness and"corillallty which have friend- a 10 per cent profit on the "contract tal of 150,000 of the city's 210,000 in- nor and Kuyuan are in eastern Chahar for Nebraska lands they vacated -
constantly price; excepting on contracts Involv
,:'0'. marked, since the conclusion ing0,000'or less. habitants are homeless. Thirty-seven[ province. The Chinese suspect that in 1870 to come to Oklahoma, the ( .a....
; thousand of the 48,000 houses were the: Japanese are preparing for a fur 800 Otoe Indians living here have p
of our first rtre ty, the relations be- Alternate warships must be built in
I burned to the ground. ther advance westward into Inner Mongolia. asked the federal for
government $11-
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( "Did YOU' hear the lady, orator's

''If' i Queen Anne's Lace I Scioto Others Variety Is in in Tests Handsof Dr.speech"Yes."llow Pierce's?""was Pleasant she dressed Pellets?are" the orig-

.. Buckeye Seedsmenfor inal little. liver pills put up 60 years ago.
They regulate liver and bowela. Adv.

:.: I By Frances Parkinson Keyes ; Increase.A Too Much Party Spirit

new variety of soybeans, Scioto, If one is a strict party man, he
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period of 12 Is In the handsof
= Frances Parkinson Kcyes WNU Service. = years, now
. Ohio seedsmen for reproduction In
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',-' appears to be the best varietynow
SYNOPSIS had paid scant attention, began first to "Good old Clare-he doesn't forge' available for seed production and

.:.... notice and then to "feature" him. It his friends, does he? He's first secre also for hay. \ : ;: ;::< .g $'i'". 1.M>

r Disappointed, through-her inability to put was rumored that the governor, a tary now, you know, in Paris-getting The new variety was developed by ;'."..%,.* .:t{ .. .._... ,?\\ iF:7' :-:7- ::

:. .finishing touches to her costume for a dance, rather shy retiring man, was, jealousof on the way he planned all right, and Dr. [i. L. Borst, formerly a research \;;. t'\;. :t :t ::
Anne Chamberlain is irritated by the stolidity him. look at me"You're -" agronomist for the university and the "S
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; of her escort George Hildreth. At the dance .
;\, a visitor in the community. Neal Conrad, By the time the armistice was getting on all right, too, Ohio agricultural experiment station. ,..j' "It w : y .,// ': /

,:.'':. young: lawyer, is impressed by Anne, preceiv- signed, there was no doubt that Neal aren't you? I think so! Oh Neal-: The variety made the highest average \]: .iJg

;::., ing her fine character. A few days later she had become the most cbnspicnous fig- what shall 1 wear?" yield of seed of all varieties tested at a7 4t"
r. accompanies him and his hostess, Mrs. Griffin, \\k
in his state. Emboldened this Columbus of nine # ,
over a period
' on a picnic. At the end of the day Neal declares ure Neal burst out laughing. "Well, you years.
...;.' nis love and they become engaged. The progress, he ran the following fall for look all right to me whatever Hatha In the four years tested at Woosterit

'r". marriage is solemnized. At Washington, on lieutenant-governor. lie had been con- way may think, and that ought to gc led all others. In both places, how- Jeeps Skin YoungAbsorb
their the Conrads meet Clarence
., honeymoon fident glowingly confident of ever, large yields were secured by blemishes and discolorations using
Hathaway, friend of 'Neal's, young diplomat. victory. as big with you as It does with me AiercolizedVax daily directed. Invisible
.' The young couple start housekeeping. Anne's And, by one of those strange turns of when you say you think I'm getting on other varieties In some seasons.A particles of aged skin as are freed and all

health begins to fail. Neal ngrossed in politics fortune wjiich ,make gambling a safe all right whatever-" progeny,,?t a single plant selected 'defects such as blackheads, tan freckles and
is be large pores disappear. Skin is then beauti-
does not notice. She realizes she to
and sure sport compared to politics he from Manchu, the Scioto resemblesthat
fully clear, velvety and so soft-face looks
" a mother. While Neal is away. Anne has a "It does go big'with me, darling. '
visit from an old friend. Mr. Goldenburg. In had been overwhelmingly defeated. variety In appearance. The seed years younger. Mercolizcd Wax brings out
Only- your hIdden beauty.At all leading druggists.
Neal's absence he takes charge of the situa The blow was the more bitter because I Is yellow, with a black hilum, but is
: : tion. Neal's agony of remorse over his neglect She realized how big the "only" was smaller than strains of i Powdered Saxolit i
Low the man running for on slightly most
governor I Reduces wrinkles and other sicns. SimI
Their age
,: I moves Anne to complete forgiveness. with the first casual glance ,Hathaway when I ply dissolve Saxolito in half-pint I
the same ticket, was elected by a sub- The'pods turn brown one ounce
is born. In the Neal's
,; son ensuing eight
; : years
: cast in her direction after the Intch. hazel and uso doily as face lotion. 1
':0.:: ; '.. law practice and his rise in politics both mount. stantial majority. ripe. Flowers are purple. Plants
'";." :' A daughter has been born to Anne. Neal was not a good loser; he had mutual greetings had been exchang'edThe grow taller' and mature five days later

. ; been silent in his success-that is, at house was quite all right ; ,Anne than Manchu No. 1, but are distinctly AGENTS: WANTED:
Sell the Sacred Resurrection. Every housewife -
\ CHAPTER VIIContinued16 home-seldom discussing his progress felt sure' of that. And Dora was aU earlier maturing than Wilson. buys. Details and sample sent upon
She carried off her receipt of one dime. Be first In terri-
right. unaccus
-': with Anne he became Because of its high seed yielding
' ; now complainingly 4 tory. Mobley Box 2531IllnmstoD., N. C.
:, ..:. a But, even with Dora's help her loquacious. tomed but wholly correct black uniform ability it promises well as a seed crop.

N:-i ';, shut himself in his office decliningto pleased pride and served tea without seed will find a ready' market throughthe
P'. : Indeed as time went on, Anne became:; up ,
visible tremor. The children LIFE LONG"FRIEND"Keeps
", more and. more appalled the number come home to his meals. If his a were oil mills.
,. all right, too. And 01'' Neal
4:; of things that could happen to children. political success had been difficult for course way 4 Them Fit at 70
all right ; his old charm, his old buoy.
Anne to bear his'political failure
normal reasonably healthy children. was
ancy, had come to the surface and High Phosphorus THEIR MEDICINE CHEST
They had croup and kept her awake doubly so. Through her tears'she saw This safe, 3011v FOR2OYEARS
bubbled over again at the sight of his
. all night ; they had colic, and kept her In remembrance the man she had mar Potatoes, ProfitableThat ctableLuativeNRhas
I friend. Hathaway himself, for all his been 1 <
t':. distracted all day ; they had measles ried-so gay, so kind, so loving and potatoes respond profitably to as dependable as a

:"l'-;:, and mumps and whooping-cough and tender. Through her tears she saw, elegance, had no more distinction, no. higher amounts of phosporus than are family doctor dur-
more magnetism. But she- ing their trying
t: chicken pox ; they, had nasty little snif too in reality, the man to whom she found In the formula usually offered to "after forty"

4\;;. .r' fling colds and deep frightening was married-somber, selfish, Indifferent There had been so 'much else to dc potato: growers has been abundantly years.them regular-NR keeps >.

t,< coughs. They swarmed over her the curt. If she had loved him less In preparation for the great visit that proved here in New Hampshire by ex- year after year .

tja!:l' minute she put on a fresh dress, and it would have been easier ,for her. But she had found herself with only fifteen periment and demonstration, writes a never faithfully-wi need to \ ? '
minutes left in which dress she any s
: i" they /scattered disreputable toys allover to her he was still as he had been on to ; so correspondent In the Farm Journal.In Increase the dose. l
'' : the when he first held her in his had washed hastily, and hastily twist. No wonder their
day .
:'i"; the living room ten minutes after of one experiment where potatoes "evening of life"is so free from complaints.
i, : she had whipped It Into perfect order arms, the most wonderful being In the ed her curls Into a knot on the top have been grown In a three-year rotation Millions of people welcome tho Lido this reliable -
her head. Her "best dress" was nearly corrective. For Nature's Remedy
t.; But they adored her. She was to world. an application of one ton of a strengthens and regulates the entire ehmina
' ,,:'. '," She had the wisdom than a. year old and she had made it her live the that
tractsafelycarrics poisons
{. : I them far more' important, far more greater 4-8-7 fertilizer supplemented witha
self, as she did all her dresses it wa! bring on head-
.:' precious than their father. They might reasonably be expected, to ; half-ton of 1C per cent superphos- aches, colds.biliousness.,

loved him, of course ; but he did not neither reproach nor nag him ; aftera a brown taffeta, many seasons behind phate has produced an average In- .

' figure largely in their field of life not few weeks: he pulled himself to- the style, too long, too full, over crease of 43 bushels of potatoes per All Get druggists'a-25c box.. ; e .

, ....: nearly as largely as she did, not even gether, and flung himself into his law trimmed.' She had thought it pretty acre, as compared with 4-S-7 alone.
acid indigestion -
once now she hated it. And when Quick relief for
' 1u! I as largely as Dora. He was away from practice with renewed vigor. He was ; Based on the average cost of super- I'TUMS" heartburn.Only lOe.I .

;:' y : he kept his nose to the grindstone and she felt that she could gladly tear it ofl 20
Z take this as a matter of course. They has beeri produced for about centsa
'h were glad to see him when he returned closed his ears to'the humming of the and throw It Into the scrap basket. bushel.

, :;\:" but they did not miss him when political bee for all time, he could When she left the two men to "talk Since these results have been com- CUTICURAForJZ71

. \ .:" he'was away. become-well, very comfortably fixed over old times together" and went tc Ing through, the idea has been carried

f So, In the adoration of her children financially. On Christmas day he gave her room, exhausted, from emotion as!! out to demonstration areas and almost CoH1fortCntlcura

, ". and of Dora-for she attained that Anne the deeds for a large lot on the much as fatigue, she flung herself without exception, where checking has

[ii, also-Anne found, for a long time, all outskirts of the city which she had down on her bed without undressing, been carefully done, the results have Soap contains the

" : the beauty and romance which her long admired, and suggested to her, a and sobbed aloud. "I'll take the first Indicated a nice Increase for extra same medication that has made

" life contained. [f she had nor talents little gruffly, that he thought the time train to New York after he, goes and phosphorus on. the potato crop. Cuticura Ointment 'the first

'., towards: directing political destiny. had come when they could build if she buy myself some clothes. I can leave The rather long rotation system thought in the treatment of pimples,

::.;4v.: ,: she at least had undeniable gifts as a would still like to, and that he would the children with Dora perfectly ,well practiced in the northeastern sectionof eczema and other skin troubles-
that seemed almost
) tt: homemaker. The: dingy little cottage tell an architect who was said to know and I don't need to scrimp and save the country outside of Aroostook healing hopeless.cases Count on Cuticura to

ij: tt''i:; : became gradually more and more love- his business to start drawing plans any more. Why have I been such an county, Maine, appears to be unfavor- keep your skin at its best always.
'. ly. And her housekeeping became so whenever she said the word. awful fool as to keep on doing It, and able to maintaining a supply of actively -
Write for folder ont
,: :. locally, renowned that the elder Mrs. She knew that this was his way of on, and on I I'll have my hands taken decaying organic matter in the soil, the care special of the skin :

Conrad was much annoyed. She "put seeking: to make amends, and responded care of too ; they're as rough as nub hence the native stocks of plant food r
Address "Cuticura
: Dept. 17S.
up" more fruit, and vegetables than with delight. With the plans spreadout mug graters I And my face massagedand are relatively unavailable. Acidity of Maiden Mass.

:. I. any woman In Elinsboro. She kept before them, their heads touching, my hair treated.I am probably potatosoil must be quite high and this

<.,',::, ,,_' hens, and supplied not only her own they came closer together, mentally the most hideous looking womanin In turn means low availability of phos-

' : '. ,', family and her mother-in-law's with and spiritually as well as physically, all the world." phoru WALL
<:.,;.:" '! ;' eggs and poultry, but sold some of than they had been in a long time; Meanwhile, downstairs, the conversation

:l'j':' :' both besides until Neal put a stop to and with the coming of spring they had taken a turn which she was LOVELY NEW PATTERNS. LOW PRICES.

\ i}f ". '" that ; then canned her extra chickens, spent every spare moment in supervising very far from guessing. Hathaway Measuring Hay StackA and FREE most Sample beautiful Book dlsgns-75 showing! the choice seasons papers.best

) ;' and stowed away her extra eggs in wa- the building. They had found a talked of himself for a while of his method given by one authorityis Write Today For Your FREE Copy

".i. : terglass. ( common interest, a common enthus- satisfactory advancement, his delightful to divide the cubical contents of \

:\-::ah And so the seasons sped past, filled iasm again, and both were happy. post In Paris, his hopes for an even the mow by about 500 If the hay Is not 1109-1111 MIDLAND Third WALL St., IRONTON PAPER, CO.OHIO j

:; ::;/" ',- to overflowing with hardly a landmark The new house, when it was finally more notable appointment ; easily and well settled, or by 450 4o 460 if It is l

:,}:,':\}:_ to show their passing. She had been done, was extremely comfortable, *and quietly, without arrogance, without well packed. A formula for measuringthe

".' married five years, six, seven ; Junior very attractive. They bought no new even a too apparent complacence. Andit cubical contents, recently devised
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, :: was five years old and starting In kin- car that year, and Anne pared her was he who finally began to talk of by the agricultural extension serviceof I and mall me.with lie coin orst-amps and your :

": :',: '., dergarten ; she had been married housekeeping expenses almost as closely Neal. the University of Nevada, is as follows I I 360 name N.Michigan and address AvenueChicneo.l to LORD & AMES,bring Inc., I

eight years nine, ten ; Nancy was five as in the first days of her marriage. "But you'll get terribly fed up If I : Multiply the height of the stack I der you and a generous Loratone sample,the marvelous of L/oruy all-purpose Faco Pow- I

.', years old and starting in kindergarten. But no reasonable expense was sparedon go on like this-How about yourself? from the ground, over the top and I beauty cream. Also details bow to makoI I
'' .0-1. Multiply 85 00 to tlU.UO a week extra In your spare time.rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrerrr.J
'.,', She was not so busy any more. the house, and It stood !In her name, Doing well, aren't you?" down the other side, by

l: and the house was empty, terribly so. unmortgaged and fully paid for. They "Financially, yes. It was hard sled. I the circumference of the stack by .012.

,4Q. Then war was declared, and suddenly, had built for all time, and built well. ding at first, but this year ['yeearned I Subtract this second result result from thus the And How

she was busler'than ever. She was Their 'first guest, after they were close to fifteen thousand. I've never : first one and multiply ,the Man has his happy moments-

spurred to supreme efforts in "con- duly installed in the new house, was run into debt, or even spent all my In- : obtained by the circumference of cubic squared feet, ',when a worry Is lifted.

servation" because Neal had been ap- Clarence Hathaway.He come-Anne's seen to that," he added which gives the number

pointed food administrator for the appeared In the wake of a tele- "I have In the stack.
ungrudgingly. a few good
state. He filled the with the that he was'passing
gram stating investments and 1
carry life insur- Do
greatest brilliance and thoroughness.Twice through Hinsboro on his way back to ance. And of course now we have this Beans Must Be Well DriedCare you want to

he was actually "called to Washington after a vacation In Can- house." should be taken not to thresh ?
Washington" by wire and like to "spend theveeitend EARN MONEY
on one of ada and would well dried out.
"Not startling, but pretty solid, I soybeans until they are
these occasions, he went to the White \ If they could put him up."
should say. But why do you stress If this Is not done, there Is liable to be
: .' House and talked earnestly to the And Anne felt a stirred excitement, the word 'financially1? Don't you fee) severe spoilage. It Is best to put the $5,000 7,500 $15,006
,:J President for five minutes. The press even greater than Neal's surprise,
you're doing well)) every way?" bean Into a shallow bin and shovel If you can say you bar
of the state, which, up to this time. when the message reached them. I (TO BE CONTINUED.) them over frequently until they are Men orWomen jio wnich you win pay
Immediately AFTER

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the threshed beans WITH
lots sometimes put proposition PROVIDING YOU SAY

':'I;\' Egyptian Words Found in the Bible ture as some critics of the Bible In one and one-half bushel burlap square YOUR and OWN constructive LIPS ,the and often proposition yeu the Is created clean

; I have maintained. Studies of the exact sacks, setting the sacks In rows with opportunity ever presented to you to make real

: :'. Attest Authenticity ,of Many Stories language used In other Bible storiesof spaces between the rows for. ventlla.tlon.Wallaces' money right la your home community. You may
earn eDit of the t5 contest rewords ranging up to
;\\r; ,:...' A symbolic significance In the an- I which the ancient Egypt of that time Egyptian times also Indicate, Doc-', Farmer. (3000 cash, and an appointment la :your district

'v: ,' dent Egyptian legend of the seven was divided. Thus Joseph's Interpre- tor Yahuda believes, that this part toad for earning up to 15.000 or more per year.
': 'I Give details age, family education, experience -
:\ fat cows and lean dream of the Bible Is' authentic and your
seven ones In the tation of really meant to represents Deep FUITOWS occupation. No aelllnc experience necessary.
,(..x .: Biblical story of Pharaoh's dream interpreted learned Egyptians of the, time that actual Egyptian experiences by,
:!.'.: :: the Hebrews. In the One-third of the' farms In the United ADDRESS. P. O. BOX 2065
'. by Joseph Is seen by Dr. all of the seven districts of Egypt story of Moses,
<:. ',' A. S. Yahuda, distinguished British would enjoy alike the predicted yearsof for example, the Biblical words for States grow cotton.. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
:: 1 student of oriental languages, espe- plenty and would suffer alike from 'ark,' 'bulrushes: and 'river; all are' '

', dally of the of the of good Egyptian words Instead of Hebrew The 1933 bean crop In California
a ,. languages Bible. the predicted years famine. TONIC ?
'n ': Dr. E. ones, which Is what was valued at $12,000,000. ?0 uNEED A
Says E. Free in his Week's "This, rather than the exact num- they oughtto Made Dean of
Science (New York) copied by the ber of years of plenty or famine, Doctor be If the events described actually 209 Mrs.Perkins St, Augusta -
.. Literary Digest: Yahuda believes to have been the happened In Egypt. .' The world wool clip for 1933 was Ga.. said: "I had a

A ? "It is probable, Doctor Yahuda explained original significance of the seven animals smaller than that for.1932. health general, felt breakdown weak and In
In a recent lecture In London .- The agreement of this detail Cork Still in Limelight e': tired backache out had and headache was

' ., 1.) under the auspices of the British and of others In the story, such as Despite the fact that metal caps About four million dairy cow are <,, very and nervous. I had no I

\:: W" School of Egyptian Acheology, that the use of cattle to symbolize the and glass and rubber plugs, have el- slaughtered annually In the United : hardly desire finished to eat.one I bottle had

'. the seven klne of Pharaoh's dream: cow-headed goddesses, convince Doctor bowed cork from the dominant position States. ,. of Dr. Pierce' Golden

' Were Intended 'to represent the seven Yahuda that the story really was It once held as the king of bottle Missouri farmers grew approximately Medical difference Discovery I felt 10 when much I stronger noticed and a great soon

cow-headed goddesses called by the told In Egypt at about the time that stoppers, It requires more than picked up agllin." I
1,000,000 acres of Korean lespedeza Nw tablets 50 cts.. liquid $I 00. Lugs
name of: Hathor, each of which represented the/ Bible says it was Instead of 200,000 tons of cork annually to supply 1933. be, tabs abe or liquid. $1.M. "W.!>.Our Pan."
one of the seven districts Into being a myth of later manufac- the world's demands. I

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storation of pay cuts, etc.-the back! "What will you do with all J
The Clewiston News S. Engineers, and especially I that money?" is the question of the I

Published every Friday in Clewiston, wives are reveling in the news U'I' Castles The Glades } \\i' hour. Well, my guess is .as. goodas J

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, 10 percent of their pay cut has Marjorie Wallace ia yours and here are my prognos- I
Inc. restored. Mrs Wallace spent Mon- I tications:
day in Clewiston and told us she I Gayle :MacFadden will buy a dozdFt I

Keathley Bowden, Editor was trying to dig up a column this I have a secret sorrow, under my I We miss them. |[ en glasses to replace those broken/* :

week of what the Engineeresses are flip and facetious, my jocose and We had a letter the other day!I;'at a recent hullabaloo.
planning to spend their Engineer's jocular manner. It is my incorrigible from Captain Archie Lill, who is:I Benson will buy a new concrete f fI '
Entered as second class mail mat- restored pay: for. So turn to Castles family's habit of making the located at Fort Screvan, Georgia, book, the old one being thumbed to

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post in Glades, if you would like to seea I most outrageous puns on every oc where he has a very nice place on I tatters. i

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under list of the dreams that have prospects casion-or on no occasion 'at all. the reservation. Mrs.: Lill and her T. C. Dean will buy No.' 1 EM 59-

the Act of March 3, 1897, of realization.All Pop can't even keep his out of official father are with him. He has a com- 741 on page '484 of the new Sears-

doubts that anyone might 'documents; lately he had to pany of 206 men at Bloomingdale I ;Roebuck catalogue. (At last, at

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. have had concerning the practica- write to Mr. Lawler to get some information also, and has just received appoint- last, Walter WInchell! ) .

Advertising rates on application. bility of using water from the can- on building steps from the ment for another six months as\ Mr. Broadfoot will rent a furn- "", '

als for the fire hose was certainly levee down to the work-platform, I commander of the outfit. His letter ished house in Pahokee. "

dispelled in the practice Ed Butler and what do you suppose he asked sounded very satisfied and happy, for it. Archie says they see the
Devoted to the advancement and gave the fire truck and its pumps that dignified gentleman? Just as it should when a man is doing I Nlelssons occasionally, who arc. in
and HendryCounty. .
welfare of Clewiston Monday. The pump shot a heavy, this:. "Will you take: steps now or at- work he likes and getting good pay Augusta.
stream of water several times higher tend to it ladder?" x I Hooray fftr the 10 per cent come-

than any building in Clewiston. It I Spent Monday and Tuesday this I Connally Nail will buy a coupleof

There were not only more tour- looked mighty good to those who week In Clewiston; Monday I took POli Announcements' quarts-of gun oil.

ists than ever in Florida this, year, witnessed the demonstration, and in to an NRA conference or some- ::1nE I Doc Flannikin will buy' a new

but we believe they're making their the reduction in premiums on fire thin' and Tuesday performed a litfe lawn mower.
winter stay longer than usual.. insurance will look even better., office for Bennie Benson; so I have Pete will probably find a mis- .

The only type of person out of picked up a lot of personals for take in his, and send it back for .cor-:
To the citizens Hendry County:
Easter shouldn't be permitted to work Jn Clewiston is the type of the the Kollum., Incidentally, I thinkI I hereby announce' myself as a I rection.Mr. .

come on the first of the month. It negro who stopped in the City Hall should be appointed official chauffeur candidate for representative from Moore, will buy several dozen

kinda takes away the pleasure in the other morning. "I wants to register with a uniform. I think I'd Hendry county in the 1935 Legisla- (Continued on page 8) 5
Easter finery to have' the bills arrive ," he told Mr. Owen. "Registerfor look just too cute in breeks and a ture, subject to the Democratic Pri-
what?" asked Mr. Owen. '"Register mary June 5th. '
the day. cap.Well
same for a job." "Well;" said Bill, here we go. Charlie Train- I believe this county needs a representative ; ; ,, TIJ
Festival of "I can give you a job, but it's a job I or has his brother Al staying with who will be active, pro- J) M 'aous" ''Jll S
This week it's the and the alert to
working, not loafing. Is that the him and working on the job. Doc gressive always on Counselor
and the and Attorney at Law
States in St. Petersburg, care for all legislative matters af-
kind of'a job you want?" "I specksI Flannikin likewise. Trainor's frat-
Mardi Gras and Sun Dance in West fecting the county or,its people; as Hopkins Building
Palm Beach, and next week, it's the better go on and find de place to ernal relative Is from Daytona well as one who will' work for the Wednesdays and Saturdays .%'
register," said the darkey, and left Beach and is a pleasant gentle- '
Bean Festival at Belle Glade. j betterment of the state as a whole. 0:30 to 4:00
hastily. Mr. Owen said it took him man; Doc's likewise is from Texas I If elected, I promise my best energy tz/

several days 'to gather a few negroesto and I hayen't met him, but if he and ability for all of Hendry county. I
"Youth boils skunk; surprises dig a ditch. Is anything like Doc-oh ,well. Your vote and support will be appie- Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
parents," reads a headline that putsa Poll tax collections should be 100 Paul Irons, inspector on Mac- ciated. Clou 1st on Drug. Company I

great story in five words. 'Tis percent perfect this year. Even if Williams job, Is expecting his wife CHARLIE LOVVORN .Jewelry' Repairing

easy to imagine the surprise of the you are not sufficiently interestedin and daughter, Betty, from St. 'Pete (Paid Political Advertisement) W. H. MERRITTWATCIiMAKER
parents, and we can also imaginethe the affairs this week-end
government to cast for a visit. Betty is
in store for .
delightful surprise your ballot (and there really are a a student at St. Pete Junior. ,Col- FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER or '-,
the youth when the parents got over few who lege, and is headed '
are not) you should be suf- for.a writer's::
their surprise.The ficiently Interested in the schools career, poor girl. I have announced my candidacyfor CLEWISTON FLORIDA
P. O1. BOY 521
to pay up the dollar per year whichis Met two men In the draughting the office of member of School ,

Fort Myers News-Press, imposed on all citizens as per cap- room. Both Georgians. A. V. Board of Hendry County. "We Are Here To Stay" \
which just must have its fun, printed ita tax. And It won't make the Southard was transferred here from M. E. VON MACH

a little front page story April teachers mad a bit to see a waiting the St. Louis office. I Quiet, tall, (Paid Political Advertisement) ..
first about a :Mr. A. P. Rilfool, of line at the dignified and business-like.
drug where Parker H. M. '
Lima, Ohio, stubbing his toe on a Wilson has been appointed to receive Garmany, with a hard G, is a Tech ESTIMATES! FURNISHED ON

case of Hiram Walker bonded whis- poll tax payments for citizens man; lots of fun and, girls, very, FOR REPRESENTATIVEI REQUEST

key while bathing in the gulf at who find It Inconvenient to go the very presentable in appearance. 'I I

Fort Myers Beach the evening be- county seat to the tax collector's office (Does that make you feel better. candidate hereby for announce State Representativefrom myself as a C. E. STEBEL
fore. Next morning before seven
Mr. Broadfoot?) Hendry county, subject to the
o'clock fifty cars of folks, who had 1 H. P. Armstrong has gone to will of the voters in, the June pri- 'I Electrical Contracting

forgotten that It was A. P. Rllfool'sDay MCINTYRE OX NEWSPAPERMENA II !N'O'lans to bring back his bride. mary 1934. PHONE 2121

had crossed the bridge at the Seems he had just acquired her Experience is valuable, and If I I '

beach searching for the whiskey. fledgling In Denver, finishing ,a I when he was sent: over here. I am elected to this important officeI PAHOKEE. FLORIDA.
I will be able to use to a great ad- I
Rufe 'Smith
journalism course and about to take is back in the office,
THE BEAN FESTIVAL vantage the experience I gained'as Agent for
his first newspaper job, asks about I and it seems like..old times, to see I
I your representative in the 1931 ,session GENERALELECTRIC
him about. ,
the problems of his selected career.In .
Everglades residents should not of the Legislature, when the REFRIGERATORS -
miss the opportunity of getting abird's the first place he's going to ,find Jim Carey is also back in these I questions of gasoline tax division, RANGES 'ANDAPPLIANCES
journalism rough sailing.Of diggins, transferred from the Cross race track tax division, and other
of the agricultural -
eye glimpse all callings, I know none so State canal survey to Pahokee office equally important questions came -..
development of the section by disheartening to the beginner. A He was here in 1931. before the Legislature. Ir

attending the Bean Festival at Belle cub reporter is regarded as a nui-I Lieutenant Selee's family have I believe that the next session ,
Glade next week, April 10-14. in editorialroom I moved to the Clewiston Inn from' Ft. will be the most important in the I. ...N.I..N.11.N.I:.N.N.N.aN. .N.:t::.N.::.'N.N.Na. .N.::.N.H. 1, I
sance by everyone an ..
The festival, an annual affair I history of Florida, as there is boundto ) : I
Myers, and will stay there until they i *
sponsored by the American Legion and must prove he is notorgo be legislation'concerning Fin- :$: SEA FOOD MARKET
into some other line of work. can find a house. Or until-but I
Posts of Belle Glade and Pahokee, is Old established' I said I wouldn't mention government ance, Taxation.. Bond Settlementsand :!: LUNCHES :|!:
held at the close of the bean season. School Relief. I feel qualifiedto -
not tolerant of a newcomer and houses again. serve you in such matters, and :: ::
This year it will be the most pretentious :- | J. G. MARTIN |
especially a newcomer from the Jimmie and Sally Boyd have givenup will appreciate your vote and influence -
yet attempted. journalism schools. But if the their house in Pahokee, and -Sally throughout the campaign. :j: FIRST DOOR NORTH POOLE'S GRO. :>
this will include
Exhibits year novice stands the gaff, he will fall is staying over in Stuart as longas ELBERT L. STEWART. ;V LABELLE FLORIDA Vy
displays from the state prison farm, v
the Everglades experiment station, into the most delightful camaraderieany Jimmie Is on the St. Lucie work. (Paid Political Announcement) N:N NII:N N N NN v :N:v N N v:N 11:VV?

affords.Newspapermen .
the U. S. Engineer and the U. S. --- --
who have lasted
Sugar Corporation, all depicting activities -
and bear the respect of their fellows -
in the region. .;. .i' ', :i: :?
have credo of their they ... ..
\\own t t
It is understood that the Engi- t : .. '.'
neer's office will have an exhibit keep to themselves. The good news- :: ::
. which will include plans, picturesand paperman is rarely a mingler. If I An Attractive Clewiston Home ::_: ::

;f other interesting data of the were asked to translate The Fourth :;: :i: :!: ::
Estate's unwritten laws they would
Lake Sugar Okeechobee corporation levee.exhibit The will U.have S. run about like this: *: *: We Helped, Build :: :;;:

,- on display the diorama of the Sugar Never use the power of the pressto YY .kI .

, mill and adjoining plantation. This fight an enemy who hasn't the .;. Y.: .. ::.
same power to fight back. ':' 1. .;. ..
will form part of the Flor- I .t'I I
write line would be Y vX
Do not a you
ida exhibit at the Century of Progress !' xx
ashamed for your mother or sister to'
next summer. fi't'
ty Besides the edcuational exhibits, read. .t. 3k<'3s..tiS S: C Ykr )fp .:. ..

there will be Midway attractions Betray no confidences.Pay 1 X: .0. xx. .
attention reply to unworthy -
no or !
with free acts each day. The merchants I xx
f, association of Belle Glade critics.Remember | X

will serve a" barbecue dinner on the Dana's admonition in ::: .:. 4 .'i' ..i' -

last ,day of the Festival. everything you write: "The loyal j ":' 't'a.' :.0. ..!". -:'!
i .'. ..
readers are the women 'i. :
!! Plan now to attend.'RAMBLINGS.. newspaper I 't' 't' .t. ..t.X .
\ In wrappers and boys on the barges. I ifx
Whatever you write in temperlput

f Jt'o:..:..:..:..:..:. aside to read two days later and I xx

I you'll rarely want it printed. fi

t Try not to curry favor with edit-] *

ors. They respect only those who '.' : .'. ..
i I' v :
'I stand on their own ability .. .. 4
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:, .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Have a sincere respect for every'
religion. ?
Thought Jim Beardsley was Simonizing The innuendo is the implement of v : Y

his Lincoln, getting it the moral and physical'coward.. xx
I ready for the Easter Parade..But The editorial room "of a successful i ? .a :ks t3fl xx

that was only April Fool, we found newspaper is one place where "pull" I i + +

out. Perhaps he will have it ready means nothing. 11

by the Fourth of July. Unless you have landed an execu-I 1X' XX

'Twas gorgeous weather for Eas- tive job, acquired a \proprietor-: interest X if
ter-the; rabbits didn't get wet, the or a special assignment, get! Y : :

I, customary rain falling three days out of the newspaper game at 35. ix x

in advance. Last Thursday the At 40 you will find it too late. I ::: .:. J .:. ::.

Belle Glade Experiment Station recorded As a class, newspapermen rate J 1 :
o 4.44 inches, and althoughthat high in loyalty not only to their em- x I :

doesn't set any kind of a record ployers but to their fellow wor'kers.1 L

:' ..,- it's plenty of rain for one As in all callings there are a few :. .. ." i .
twenty-four hour period, and the muckers] but the phoneys are quickly I I. + .i'Y

schedule weather man was idn'd'enough to segregated. The newspaperman in ', : : We Can You To Own A Home _:
it ahead of Easter.' distress, untill the whole world j Help U

It'was a grand rain for the crops, turned topsy-turvey, was rare. He .t. ... .. .. ....
but the weeds are taking full ad- could always find heaven in some ..,

vantage of it;; three weeds have editorial shop, no matter where he H Clewiston Home Association Hi
sprung where _
fore. up only one grew be- went. The newspaperman, worthyof

the title, is the least jealous of v
I After months of hopes and disap- all professional workers. Nothing Y ::
pointments about ".' .'
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Mrs. C. F. Trainor and daughter, group having decided to form a club FELDA CHILLDREN HUNT EGGS D. 1934.

Barbara Ann, Mrs. C. F. Vaughnand playing each Thursday evening. WILLIAM T. HULL,
Personal Mention I SEAL Clerk of Circuit Court
.r ( ) ,
Mrs. C. E. Nail motored to West Guests, all of whom entered. the Forty Felda children met at the
Hendry County, Florida.
Palm Beach Tuesday.Mrs. club, were Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith Hurd L. Reeves home in Felda Sun- By INEZ MAGILL,

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schroeder, day afternoon for an Easter Egg Deputy Clerk.

E. E. Kelley spent the week-end C. L. Downs and Mrs: McKenzie !\II'. and Mrs. Cooper and Mr. and hunt on a grand scale. Fourteeneggs I No. 16c Mch. 16, 23, 30, Apr. .6, 13.

in Miami. left the latter part of the Mrs. Campbell Nail. had been hidden in the tall I I I

where __- grass: The smallest boy in.the lot
, week for New Orleans they
\ Ed Ward and Van Bush motored will visit for two weeks: MUSICIANS HONORED WITH emerged from the grass with the I NOTIce OK APPLICATION nEED FOU TAX.

Jto Belle Glade Sunday.. DINNER BY CHURCH TRUSTEES largest number of eggs only to find ,

that the plan had been to divide the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
Mis. C. Cothern, of Lakeland, E. A. SCIIUL.T, holder of Tax Certi-
,Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart spent who is visiting in Moore Haven, The trustees of the Clewiston eggs equally among the forty ficate No. 945 94C, 7th day of Sept.,
in Fort Myers. guests. A. D 1931 has filed said certificate
Tuesday visiting spent Wednesday here visiting her Community church were hosts Tues- in my office and made application for

sons, Leon and V. H. Cothern.Mr. day evening at a banquet at the tax deed to issue thereon in accord-
ance with law. Said certificate embraces -
, 'i H. Gordon of South Bay, was Clewiston Inn honoring membersof the following described'pro-

,transacting business here Monday. the choir of the church and BREAK IN YEARS AS LOWLY perty situated in Hendry County. Flor-
-' and Mrs. E. B. Hooker: and CUKES AND SQUASHES SELL ida to-wit: Lots 14-15 Block 378.
: with the Easter
\ others who assisted Clewiston.The .
,; Tillie Bradley, of West Palm eBach, ---- -
<"', Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson were Cantata. assessment of said property un-
spent Sunday. in Clewiston as the $120 three times a week is the der the said certificate issued was in
? guests of friends in Pahokee Sun- guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Small corsages of roses were laid income one Felda farmer receives the name of F. Feuchtinger.
at the plate of each of the ladies Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
day. HookerMr. from the sale of cucumbers and according to 'law, tax deed
present. Following the dinner, squashes.For will issue thereon on the 23rd day of

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Vaughn were group singing was enjoyed and the past several weeks every April, A. D. 1934.
Dated this 23rd day of March, AD.
and Mrs. R. M. Sands and
Sunday visitors in West Palm plans were discussed for the organ- day has seen truck loads of pro- 1934.
,\ daughter, Miss Jane Sands, motored a' ,
'.' :Beach. ization of choral society in Clew- duce go out to market and return i WILLIAM T HULL,
to Lake Wales Sunday where\they (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court
iston. sizeable to the truck farm-
? profits Hendiv County. Florida.
r,, .' Mrs. Antoinette Lamb spent the I. attended the, Easter concert at the The guests included Mrs C. F. ers who have weathered adverse I No. 17 Mar 23, 30 Ayr C., 13, 20.

: :.'.. : week-end at her home in Fort Bok Tower.J. Trainor, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Miss conditions for several past seasons.In .

, ". Eva Mae Greene, Mrs. W. C. Owen, s
:Myers. all there are five trucks from NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX;: "

B. Smith, of Jacksonville, wasa Miss Gertrude Balasok" 1\Irs'. W. B. Miami and several others from DEED .

i'UM"*':frjJ": "... C. E. Stebel, .of Pahokee, was in business caller here Wednesday. Furgess, Miss Mae Drew, J. E. Tampa, Palm Beach' and other mar- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That

'V /:; Clewiston Wednesday transacting Mr. Smith' is connected with the of- Beardsley Robert Mitchhell and R. ket centers. E. A. SCIIULT. holder of Tax Certificate -
No. 848 7th day of July
business. fice of the collector of internal revenue N. Smith.
k-; A. D. 1930 has filed said certificatein
:.. :.': HAS NEW 1ELVINATOIlForrey's my office and made application for "T
.,- in accordance
tax deed to issue thereon ;
B. L. Woolf, of Citrus Center, FUTCH-SMITH I with law_ Said certificate em- '
: in Clewiston store is to have a_ com described .,
visitor braces the following
:' ; was a business pro-
'. C. C. McAllister, Jr., of Jackson- 1 pletely new refrigeration pant.I perty situated in Hendry County, Florida -

Monday. ville, P: R. McAllister, of York, Wallace J. Futch, of Clewistonand soon. Mrs. Forrey has carried a to-wii:;: Lot 11 Block 172 Clewiston.: ;
The assessment of said property under ,
Nebr., and B., F. McAllister and son, Helen Marie Smith, of Moore .
',. Quentin Pressley, of Fort Myers, large line of fresh meats for some the said certificate issued was in k
of Washington, D. C.-, were recent Haven, were married before County time and has always used a mechan- the name of Mrs. J. E. Frederick. :
is spending the week here visiting Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
business visitors here. Judge H. A. Rider evening.
relatives. ical refrigerator. Recently she according to law, tax' deed ;\
The couple will make their home made a deal to trade the old plantin will Issue thereon on the 23rd day of ,1
': "X

>:'-:'. Mrs. Zena Egley and Mrs. Clyde Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mountain are in Clewiston where Mr. Futch Is em I on a new Kelvinator which ,will April Dated, A.this D. 1934.23rd day .of March, A. D. -.\.

."- spending a few days this week vIs- ployed. be installed in a few days. 1934. ,.1
:?;:.J:, Egley visited friends in Moore Haven WILLIAM T. HULL, ,
,. ., Tuesday. iting friends in Fort Myers. They I (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court, :.J
will also .visit in Avon Park, Tampa, TO HANDLE CROSLEYSThe Hendry County. Florida. 'j/
a :' LaBelle No. 18 Mar 23, 30"Apr. 6, 1;::, 20. ,$
;' Elbert L. Stewart and Prof. M. G. and Bradenton before returning I LaBelle Radio Shop which is

v. .,-", Langford were business visitors home.D. the new electrical supplies store and ,]

:'1to"J\" ,:,-' in LaBelle Tuesday. Alston News Items I repair shop in the Forrey Building NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I
----- G. ; and his guests, has added the agency for Crosley \ I

t\: ,- T. V. Watson, formerly of Clew- Dr. W. B. Bridges and Walter Sti- Refrigeratiors to their line o( NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. :';: I

trift'. : iston, of Fort Myers, transacted vari of Columbus, Ga., spent Thurs- Bosch Radios, L. and H. stoves and That ZERNEY G. MEREDITH 1.)'I

Jt.._ '. ',business here Tuesday. day and Friday visiting in Miami. FORT DENAUD SECTION TO Thor Washing Machines. This new holder of Tax Certificate No. 922, :Jjl

iW 3M7+;:: ,.ww Dr. Bridges and Mr. Stavari returned HAVE FERA WORK PROJECTA shop Is operated by George Bure- 7th day of Sept A. D. 1931, has :.

:'f.::' '. Mrs., G. O. Wallace, of Pahokee, to their home Sunday. I chard. The attendant Is Edward filed said certificate in my office

i t" was a business visitor in Clewis- road repair project to cover Markette.Mr. and made application for tax deed ...... 'a
ton Monday and Tuesday. A. W. Trainor of Beach to Issue thereon in accordance with .
I! : Daytona work on both sides of the river atj i -
'":,.:. arrived here the latter part of the Fort Denaud is being drawn up atj! and Mrs. E. E. Edwards attended law. Said certificate embraces the ,

Jjt: \{' Mrs. Hubert Land and son, Gene, week. Mr. Trainor Is residing with the local office of the FERA : the Easter services at the following described property situated -, ''J
'Florida to- -J
County, :
Church In Fort In Hendry
:' left this week for Kissimmee where Mr. and Mrs. C. F. 'Trainor and Is In the past there has been consid- Episcopal Myers.E. .,

:li'L- ::v'';::.:'' they will visit for ten days. connected with the Government pro- erable dissention concerning the E. Edwards and George Burch- wit Lot: 26 Bloc!: 176 Clc-viston. ;1
j \ ard spent Wednesday and Thurs-
ject under construction here. placing of the work and to date the The assessment of said property '. j
; t} C. C. Poole returned here the latter day in Tampa. '
greater share has gone to the south under the said certificate issued was :

fij'f; I i. part of the week from a two Fred C. Elliott, secretary of the river road since this Is the road Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Taylor and in the name of S. M. Paulson. .. ;rl 1'

",,- Zr ;!- week's business visit in Stuart. of the Mrs. H. P. Calhoun were in"1 Fort Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ,(
; ,.}. < .t.. trustees the Internal Improve- over which the greater part :
, Myers Wednesday afternoon. according to law, tax deed '1
'. : project calls
," ment 'Fund, and BrigadierGeneralVivian traffic The new .
;t:"<,: \: Mrs. J. L.- Yates and Mrs.\ Dan W. H. Poole, 'Cornelius Poole, will issue thereon on the 17th day of '
M. Collins, of Tallahassee, for ditching, leveling and filling on
Hedley and daughter, Billie, spent George Poole, Mr. and Mrs Ed Yeo- April, A. D. 1934. :..:,
W. Turner Wallis ofV'est Palm both the north and south
March A.
Monday visiting in Fort Myers. mans and Mrs. Corine Forrey attended Dated this 16th day ,
Beach, and Harry M. Baker, assist- roads.
D. 1934.
the funeral services of Mrs.
ant director of disaster relief of the WILLIAM T. HULL, ?
.. Representative J. H. Peeples, of Charles Poole in West Palm Beach
American Red Cross, of Miami, ENTERTAINS AT TEA (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court,
Glades ,county, transacted business Sunday afternoon. Char:;; Pooleis
Florida.By .
were in Clewiston Tuesday on a visit Hendry County,
' and visited friends here Wednesday.Mrs. a brother of W. H. Poole.
to the Everglades section and to Mrs. Joseph Dougherty entertained INEZ MAGILL, .,
I Julian Dickson and Miss Merle
confer with Mrs R. Y. Patterson, a few of her friends at a tea Deputy Clerk. ,+'j I
Bill McCracken, Mrs. E. P. Bronson visited in Fort Myers Tues- No. 15c Mch. 16, 23, 30, Apr. 6, 13.
- ,' local chairman of in
". the Florida Safety at her home Monday afternoon
- Miles and Mrs. J. G. Sheffield were
League. honor ofIrs.. H. P. Calhoun, day.John
; =':'', Tuesday visitors in West Palm Rowland who has been visIting -
mother of Mrs. A. L. Taylor. .1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
; Beach. his aunt Mrs. E. E. Edwards

I"r....,. I Among the recent transients at Those present to enjoy the refreshments this winter, left Tuesday morning TAX DEED

: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dyess have the Clewiston Inn were O. J. Sim- and social hour were (Continued on page 8)
Mrs. Calhoun Mrs. E. L. Rogers, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
. moved to Clewiston from LaBelle. mons, of Plant City, Myers L. : ho'der of Tax-
' .Greene, of Plant City M. B. Mrs. A. L. Taylor, Mrs. Frank NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAX That F. DURRENCE,
/ Oyden,
Mr. Dyess is employed by the U. S. I Certificate No. 722, 7th day of JulyA.
Engineers.Mr. of Jacksonville, J. L. Creep of Tallahassee Dougherty and Mrs. E.J E. Edwards. DEED D. 1930, has filed said certifi-

H. M. Hutson, of Tampa,
made applica-
office and
and Mrs. C. ,Goodman and T. M, Garrett, of Wilmington, Del., CLUB TO MEET TUESDAYThe That FOSTER MEREDITH holderof tion for tax deed to issue thereon in

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Whiddon were CTvde Hunter:, of Orlando, Mrs. Tax Certificate No. 918, accordance with law. Said certifi

visitors In West Palm Beach Saturday Clara Bell Palmer, of Annapolis, Women's Community! \ Club 7th day of Sept. A. D. 1931, has cate embrace s the following de-

evening. Md.. Hugh J. Bratley, of Belle will hold its regular April meetingat filed said certificate in my office scribed property situated in, Hendry '

,', .r Glade, J. L. Jones of Fort Myers, the Club rooms Tuesday after- and made application for tax deedto County, Florida, to-wit: ,

-;; Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Etherton and H. H. Morris, of Birmingham. Ala., noon. An interesting program has issue thereon in accordance with Lot 21 Block 203 Clewiston.The '

Mr. and Mrs. Gratton George attended J. E. Haywood. of Miami, J. M. Bel] been provided and all members are law. Said certificate embraces the the assessment said certificate of said issued property was
situated under
.' the theatre in Belle Glade and R. Stumpf, of Winter Haven, J. urged to be present following described property in the name of Clewiston Company.
I in Hendry County, Florida, ..to-
Sunday evening. C. Padgett of Tampa. Y. Posev. of wit Unless said certificate shall be

LalelandIr.. and Mrs. J. H. Caro- MRS. FRANK MAGILL HOSTESSTO Lot 2 Block 168 Clewiston redeemed according to law, tax deed

r:; thers. of Anniston, Ala., Charles T. QUEEN ESTHER CLASS of said property i will issue thereon on the First day:

41........................................................................................ Lynch, of Casper;, Wyo., H. C. Mid- under The the assessment said certificate'-issued was of May A. D, 1934. .

dleton of Augusta W. D. Givens, of in the name of James Harty. Dated this 30 day of March, A. D. ;

I. Devoting the major part of its shall be redeemed 1934. _
Jacksonville, Mort Warren, of Tampa Unless said certificate
: I and lIrud Mrs. Nelson C'ohu -\ time to the conclusion of the study according to law, tax deed WILLIAM T. HULL, ."
of and in Am- 17th day of (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court
Good FarmLand I Christianity Industry will issue thereon on the
Q rn, of Miami Beach. J I Hendry County, Florida.No. .
erica, the Queen Esther class met I April, A. D. 1934. "
A. 20 Mar. 30, Apr. 6, 13, 20, 27.
: of March,
16th day
, at the home of Mrs. Frank Magill Dated this
Thursday afternoon.

A large number of ladies were .,
Ordinance of the Last Supper
present to enjoy the study, the so-
will be observed at the Clewiston
cial hour and the refreshments
for Rent Community Church Sunday at the
served by the hostess. TeachersJ
evening services, beginning at 7:45.

The pastor, Rev. Furgess, extendsa

cordial welcome to all Christian HUNT EASTER EGGS

r ', people to take part in the service. dollars this
I You can earn several
r I Miss Marjory Dougherty and and

c., .-" :SIRS. PIIEWITT IS NEW PRKS. Master Joseph Dougherty, Jr.. en- summer, and you can secure a better position

t>"i'"';_.:'k II OF PARENT-TEACHERS GROUP tertained five of their friends at a.larger salary for the coming year. Complete information ,

? ,:.f-,.. Trespassers an Easter Egg Hunt at the Dough-' will be mailed on receipt of a three
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt was elected home Monday afternoon. "
...... :.t. I erty 'r /
:.."'-. -'\,'(\rr Will BeProsecuted president of the Parent-Teachers Miss Lorraine Taylor was the best cent stamp. Send :tor it today.

'!" (. I Association at the election of officers hunter and won the prize. The Schools '
.. .;:' Rural Schools and City
r .- J I held at the school auditorium others ,present were Misses Patsy

..' t' I Friday afternoon. Others elected foyer Esther Hill, Frances Dough: Summer Work and School Year Positions
} .
.. r include, Mrs. G. C. Poole, vice- erty and Master Skeezix Thompson. -

.,..;,.. .-.,, '. ,- president, rites Vilman Rhodes, secretary Continenta.lTeacher's

{" ': and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, trea-
... ,-, Inc.
/ surer. The candidates were nominated Agency,
committee and
by a voted upon
;: :" attending members.A WHEN TRUCK TURNS TURTLE 18.-JO Dmvnini St., Denver, Colo.
: Th. by the I
hour followed the ENTIRE United States
social the business Covers .' ',

meeting. LeRoy Dana escaped with nothing to apply..tor.
tr.. ClewistonCompany more serious than a skinned and ,-Thanks for sending me so many good enrolled.Positions"-An Illinois
the first five days I was
r NEW BRIDGE CLUB FORMEDBY slightly sprained shoulder when the over 30 during

GROUP AT PARTY V-8 Ford truck which he was driv-' teacher. .. ..

.''. ing to Clewibton. left the road "am Wo can put you 'in ,'touch with the
I !\II'. and Mrs R. W. Whidden en- turned turtle twice' near Goodno very: finest: teachers. Our service la free to ,you. v
I tertained a group of friends Wednesday Thursday afternoon, Mr. Dana did

,iI'. ,................................................................................-....... r evening with bridge the not state the cause of his accident. \ :


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0 I Events in the Lives of Little Men I 0 4



"Can that elephant do tricks the H J J /: The Irate parent stormed up and
elegantly dressed young man asked the W / J J 0 J J: / down the room before the nervous-

keeper at the circus. // o JH J J looking young man.
"Rather" said the keeper. "We've .. /% I J "What, sir!1" he shouted. "You

taught him to put money in that box have the nerve to come to my officeto
up there. Give him half a crown and ask for my daughter Well, I

he'll do It." ) might as;well tell you that you couldhave

The elephant took the coin and deft L saved yourself the journey..
ly placed it in the box up on the wall. ba. ::yam The suitor sighed wearily.

""Remarkable! cried the young man. .; "Well, that's all right, sir," he said.

"Now lees see him take it out again." I "You see, I had another message to.
"We haven't taught him that yet," / 1 deliver in the same building."
blandly replied the keeper.-Answers h l

Magazine. I I.J Ii If Most Perplexing"now's

your new cook?" askedJones'
NO BLUEPRINT rr v l neighbor.

"Quite satisfactory," said Jones.

and-Inn I iiCopyrhhr "We've only one complaint to make

n nc c about her."
"And what is that?" his neighbor ;' .

inquired. ."- .
"It's most annoying; ," ,explained
: Jones. "We can never tell whethershe
is singing because she is happyat

her work, or whether she has
burnt herself and is in pain."

A Word of Apology

11 cff "Republics are ungrateful," said

1 the readymade philosopher. '.

"Well," replied Farmer Corntossel,

"He says he is a self-made man." "all the governments I ever read

"I don't doubt that he did the con- about got imposed on so 'often that
struction work, but the plans and you couldn't blame 'em for growin

specifications were made by a mon- sort o' cynical an' suspicious.- \

key. Washington Star.

-.. 1Y, N U.) _....L/Y A'V' '-- J w..a
"I think," said the diplomat, "that 1
- '
will advertise for a deaf-and-dumb
young woman who can operate the


"But she couldn't be very useful, GoiNJQr To PUT ONJ A WHAT PLATf BOOT, '\TH6 ] THAT OP\1 -WHY
could she 1""Exceedingly. "' nnpnn
P0MTrie YoU
I would have to learn GIRL OF A
HEAR IT- I THlNJK< I'LL / -"VT \ rark11
to talk with my hands.' But that accomplished I : = \
-- I could dictate anything > ? rl_ l-NNB?
that I happened to have on my mind THEM
without fear of being overheard or of
having the writing identified."
"George has offered me his name."

O C "That's all he has left now, sincehe'.s
The Divine Will
been going with you."
The old negress who washed for ,4\: .

Mrs. Worth came one day with a tale Clever Lad

of woe calculated to awaken pity In the'R
Teacher-Why was Solomon I
the hardest heart.
wisest man in the world?
"Cheer up, auntie," said Mrs. Worth
Boy-He had so many wives to ad-
consolingly. "There's no use worrying '
vise him.
Teacher (a strong minded woman)
But auntie held other 'views. "How
-Well, that is not the answer in the
come clere's no use worryln' she de
book, but you may go up to the headof
manded. "When de good Lawd send
the class-Royal Arcanum Bulletin -
me tribulation he done spect me to

tribulate, ain't he?" -

No Sense of Humor SERIOUSLY GOINCs THOUGH 'Dot-J'l' &QTHER- r WHAT H / WHY, WHEM YoU SENT Profitable Play

Weary Sam-Alas, Dusty, what I AM IT'.s 6olt4c tS 10,BE 11 ABOUT ] IT AWAY To THE "We're going out to play," an-

caused the family to throw you out To WRITE"A RevuE/ THIS (tARA ( K z pRopzJcsR HE SENT nounced the oldest boy.

on your ear and call the dog? PLAY -65S\DES-1\ H IT BACK AND SAID "Don't go climbing trees over In

Dusty Rhodes-Alack, Sam, I scarce- FOR YoU 'REMEMBER. THE WAS SO AD ANt Benson's orchard," said the practical
ly know. I was to ,saw some wood In LAST PLAY '(oLl WROTEy \ -- "' ''-- housewife. "It's time enough to

return for a pie, and when I asked the """" ADVISED YOU 0 tear your trousers when the apples'are
"-- Cl
lady was It all right with her ,if I W ("e I it BEFORE ripe."

sawed the pie and ate the wood, all at, r1
you ToRE
once .she seemed to get sore. 7 Only Exceptions

,. Particular \ IT yp II Jo'fl Johnson There isn't anything
'. -< these bandits won't take nowadays.,
Customer-I'd like to buy a muzzle. "
: Jr Brouson-Oh, yes there are.
"',. Dealer-How's this one? 'Johnson-Yeah? What is there?

;.... Customer-Oh, that wouldn't do; It I d \ ( \ \ Bronson-They take neither heed
would hold his mouth too tightly shutDealerBut
nor warning.
I just sold one of this _

pattern to a woman. Divorce Made Easy
Customer-Well, it might do for a *
"What a charming. girl! Is she ili
woman but I want this for a dog: \ "
unmarried? :.stJ
Western Newspaper Union / : s \
"Yes, for the third time. -Vart

A Sad Story NO LIFE GUARD Easy Method

Pretty Waitress must take a va- I I Landlady-This room is supposed to

cation. I'm afraid my beauty Is beginning be haunted by a tightwad. THE FLAVOR

to fade.Proprietor'S'hat. Prospective; Tenant-I'll soon get
makes you thinkso rid of him. I'll install a church collec-
? tion box. LfflATESg. 4

Waitress-The men are beginning to

: count their change. .I
Long, but Not Well

,5 / Carol-DId you know your husband
< ., Hi Sweetie long before you married him?

K. : IE nyF' Youth-Why do you call your sweetie Jo-Why, yes-no-yes and no.

: "Tonsilltls"? I What I mean is, I thought I knew
His Chum-Because she's beginningto I .him. i i .
"Why, Susie,, how do you do? I give me a pain in the neck. "He threatened to drown himself If: ti
haven't seen for Have
" you years. you "
I refused him. "What did you say?
caught a husband yet?
"Told him he couldn't use me as a life
(:,. t "Goodness, yes! I've caught three ON HIS WAY"Is preserver."
f.' and let two of them go." tiFR

It Just Starts
'I "Do you think there is going to be
-. Jones-I never deny my wife the
.. war In Asia?"
: \ slightest wish.
i t. :' Smith-That's generous, but how In "I'm not sure," said Cactus Joe. 'c

'; the wprld can you afford it? "From what I can hear, Asia Is something

'r Jones-Afford It? Oh, it doesn't cost like Crimson Gulch. Nobody

me anything. If she wants to wish, knows when a fight Is going to start, 4,
: why shouldn't 1 allow her to do It? nor what about" At

It uJ.
\ Idea Appealed to Him j AH Wrong tF1"e5c85
' Shop Assistant present for your J Clerk-I would like to marry, Mr. ii

\ wife, sir? Something electrical, perhaps this town ,on the n\ap?" Broker, but on my salary, I cannotJunior "What do you consider the most delicate }

? 4 "We don't know, stF nger There Partner-Well, I could on form of flattery?" .
Henpeck-Yes, that'p not a bad Idea.' ain't nobody here rich enough' to buy your salary, but I can't on 037 share "Telling a married man he doesn't M'I
I Er-have you any electric chairs? a map to find out" / of the profits. look it." .

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WORLD'S OIL SUPPLY ENGLISH UNITES SPORTS for his "team" and does his "train-
Petroleum In known deposits and / CHINA Sports in all parts of the world is ing" if his club is playing for a "cup."

being united by the English language, And the game itself, as in France, Ii
at the rate of the present consump-
according to a European student, and "football." Players in France, Germany -
tion is sufficient to last the world for
'. football is one of the games with an and Italy are all penalized by
30 centuries according: to
' the next ihLL'c
'<,::.: Dr. Gustave Egloff, of Chicago. Withdr' : almost universal language. The the referee If they have committed a
French play "football," and Spanishand "foul." In fact, no footballer need
", only X) acres of oil land pro
South American countries call worry about being misunderstood
,' ducing in the United States alone, '
'1. r1 it "el futbul," which Is near enough. anywhere In the world. "Goal," "offl-
Doctor Egoff} points out that America
The German "outside" wing man side" and "center" are practically
has 1,100,000,000 acres of possible
L scores a "g.oaV: in football, he plays universal words today.
oil land that is yet to be ex-

plored and developed. ; !: ;


. HOW! TO FAD WiT ii4! 1 keep fit h Jiff


B..in these days of recovery .if I don't, someone y'-

'else will have my job." How? "Well, I learned i /,

. ACiD STOMACH years ago that work. .wear and tear... takes something ';! I
--- --- out of men and those who

........................-................. I I work indoors. women-particularly
Chinese Foot-Power I Irrigation Wheel.
:, "1 tore down those
HERE ARE THE SIGNS: precious Ted-blood-cells faster +i rii

Nervousness Frequent Headaches Prepared by National Geographic Society. ed by the experience of centuries. than my good body could rebuild. A friend told me "f"

- ; Neuralgia Feeling of Weakness Washington D. C.-WNU Service. "When we reflect upon the depleted the story of that grand medicine S.S.S. Now at'% ",'
Indigestion Sleeplessness has Its lean years and fat, P. M. I am fit to still 'carry on'." :4 r

'.'. Loss of Appetite Mouth Acidity CHINA famines in some sec fertility of our own older farm lands If you feel weak. ..lack a keen appetite...or if ?
Nausea Sour Stomach as Prof. F. H. King remarks;: "com-
AutointoxicationWHAT : but on the whole It per your skin is pale.try S.S.S. Unless your case is 6 'f: '
paratively: few of which have seen acentury's .
forms pretty well Its stupendousjob exceptional, you should soon notice a pick up in your :-

of feeding a quarter of the human service, and upon the enormous appetite. your color and skin should improve with ;. '
TO DO FOR IT: quantity of mineral fertilizers increased and
strength ,,
race. And it has carried on success- energy. ;
fJ TAKE-2 teaspoonfuls of fully for thousands of years, althoughIt which are being annually applied to S.S.S.. is not just a so-called tonic but a tonic spe- 9n4 :,
Phillips' Milk of Mag ; them In order to secure' paying yields cially designed tb stimulate gastric secretions, and
nesia in a glass of water ; has had none of the advantages, of
when we cannot but admire how the Chinese also having the mineral elements so neces-
every morning you scientific bureaus for the study of very very
get up. Take another have managed to maintain so well sary in rebuilding the oxygen-carrying hemo-glo-bin '
pwJ.u vs'teaspoonful 30 minutes soils, crops, and weather conditions. of the blood to enable
after eating. And another the first condition of farming-soil fertility you to "carry on" without ,
u p before you go to bed. ; This enviable position China owes -and to solve the problem of exhaustion asyou! should naturally. At all drug stores.
:.f\-cr- rM OR-Take the newPhillips'Milk to the note of permanent agriculture
k, ,' .rc-a soil exhaustion, one of the most fundamental -
? of Magnesia struck by Its husbandmen when our
', r Tablets-one tablet for : difficult, and vital problemsof I
". each teaspoonful as di- ancestors were skin-clad nomads. In Bright Pupil Quite the Contrary"Do
all civilized people.
.., rected above 0 no other country on earth is it so true Teacher-Name three plays of you believe the flaming youth
*' ;............................................: I Perhaps the greatest agricultural' of
that "all all life type college student is
) trade as rests upon triumph of the Chinese farmer Is his passing1""No.

t If you have Acid Stomach, don'tworry the farmer's primitive activity." knowledge and use of natural fertilizers Pupil-King Liar, McBath and Flunking." Kansas City

..:::?_ about it. Follow the simple In China this is all the more sig- He, cannot afford-nor, In Omelet. Star.
_.:- ':,:(; \ directions given above. This small nificant, for its soil nas been cultivated
:. ;", many places, could he obtain them, ..
.' of Phillips' Milk of Magnesia
since the days of Noah, and has sup
4is-.k;;"., ; acts at once to neutralize the acids; In the even were he able to pay the price-
the densest
ported population
that cause headache, stomach pains expensive phosphates and nitrates

and other distress. Try 'it. You'll world through millenniums of history commercially prepared. The chief aids WATCH FOR THIS CROSS'It

feel like a new person. longer and more checkered than our he can. enlist In his everlasting battle /

But-be careful you get REAL own. against soil exhaustion are human and

milk of magnesia when you buy- It is difficult to determine at exactly animal Means the REAL ARTICLE
genuine PHILLIPS' Milk of Ma I what period the Chinese settled In the
S that the the West, and more especially In
nesia. See "PHIL.r
name "
.S 'iJiddle: Kingdom but the latest arche-
: LIPS' is on the label. the United States, "man," to quote y "
ological discoveries seem' to prove most
Professor King again "is
that their first home on the Great '
ALSO IN TABLET FORM a extravagant accelerator if waste the GENUINE BA'ER Of BayerManufacture
: ;
Plain of northern China, near the Yellow -
Each tiny tablet is' the world has ever endured. Bis wither- ASPIRIN I
river made so early that they
equivalent of a teaspoonfulof living
ing blight has fallen every
Genuine Phillips' Milk ort, ., be counted the Q
perhaps as
may, ,
of Magnesia. thing within his reach, himself not ex-
of the northwest China
MEMBER N.R.A prov- cepted, and his besom of destructionin

,";' inces. the uncontrolled hands of a genera When you go to buy"aspirin, Remember this for your own

, : Phillips' Milk of Magnesia The Chinese themselves attribute to tion has swept into the sea soil fertility just remember this: Every protection. Tell your friends

", t.. the Emperor Shen Nung, who is sup- which only centuries of life could tablet of real aspirin of about it for their protection. ,

posed to have lived about 2700 B. C., accumulate. ., \ Bayer manufacture is Demand and "
.. nigh Quality Seed lowest prices. Timothy. the arts of husbandry and the Inven-
$3.80; Clover. $9.75. Lloyd Schuhl dealer with this No Genuine
Fertilizer Carefully Saved. stamped cross. get
.... ,
, In high-grade seeds, Jefferson, Wise. tion of the plow. This mythical per-
sonage still remains the patron of "On the basis of the data of Wolff. tablet without this cross is BayerAspirin.

"_5 Kellner, and of Carpenter, or of Hall, GENUINE Bayer Aspirin.
5 OLD AGE PENSION INFORMATION farmers and was, until the abolition of

.' JUDGE LEHMAN Send'-stamp.- Ilumboldt, Kan.f the monarchy, in 1911 worshiped the people of the United States and Safe relief for headache, colds, sore throat,
of Europe are (yearly) pouring
,. yearly at the season of the spring sow- pains of rheumatism and neuritis, etc.
and into-the
the lakes and
sea, rivers
Ing by the emperor In Peiping and by
l CASH PAID FOR underground waters, from 5,794,300 to Does Not Harm the Heart
z his delegates in every province.To Genuine Bayer Aspirin MEMBER N.R.A.'I ;

OLD POSTAGE STAMPS this sovereign are also creditedthe 12,000,000 pounds of nitrogen, 1,881-

:> original arrangements with regard : 900 to 4,151,000 pounds of potassium. 1

; ::. ,. Hunt up the old letters In your attic or In to landed property In China. Asa and 777,200 to 3,057,000 pounds of Had Its Uses Antiquities .'
your trunks and send us the stamps on
6 them for a good cash offer. If the letter. matter of fact, It seems probablethat phosphorus per million of adult population "Grandma, the bustle must have "What antiquities of Egypt Impressed :.1
is old send us the entire envelope. We [ ,
and this waste we esteem one
lj' will buy anything In stamps, used or unused the early settlers separated Into been a useless contraption." :you most?"

';; except WESTERN the eriE mcg. ones. clans or family groups, that these of the great achievements of our civ "It was useful in skating." "The trolley cars." ;'

Elm Creek - :Nebraska ilization. Whereas In China all this
clans came naturally to vest authorityin
, '. elders and that the latter In the Is saved and returned to the fields."

course of ages became the rulers and, Near every farmhouse, and often In

Whitens Clears The finally the owners of the land. a proximity to the living rooms that
5 !r.;; 'S shock: our olfactory nerves .stand potter
Vast Areas Not Cultivated.' jars for storing this precious fertilizer 'I Whose FuIt ? I II

: Skin Quickest Way Despite in the China density, where of the rural in some population later to be diluted with" water. ,

before it Is "fed to the crops.
No matter how dull and dark your provinces there are sections having

complexion; no matter how freckled :and 3,800 people, 3S4 donkeys, and 3S4 pigsto Household waste stubble, roughagefrom
coarsened by sun and wind, Nadinola the fields ashes and the drop
the square mile or 240 people
Bleaching.Cream will ,. ": from carefully
[7" pings caravans
; ;, of
' donkeys, and 24 pigs to one our40acre
whiten clear and smooth .A
. ,. Lg: collected by small boys with baskets
your skin to new beauty, r farms, there remain vast areas
all made into
and are com-
S. quickest, easiest way. r }4. j of uncultivated, because uncultivat- scoops
.S Just apply at bedtime; ':l'. < !4; "f-:. able. mountain land In China proper. post by being mixed with earth.
..... Agriculture in China falls naturallyInto ))
Nadinola, tested and | ;: i'
} The Chinese are able to live on their J
trusted for w' } X I two great divisions-the "wet
over a genera :(, small holdings only by reason of favorable
tion, begins its beautifying j.: t.l.: climatic conditions the fertility farming" of the canal, or rice-growing,
work while you sleep. j and the '
F ; country, "dry farming" of the
of the soil, effective agricultural
Then you see day-by-day ] '}\.rt r ; v/
: northern plains, or grain-growing sec-
improvement until your I /: /:((2\\ methods, extreme personal economy,

:5 complexion is all you long ti: '::+;'3. I y" for; creamy white, satin- '...:b...v state. outstanding feature of Chinese

:. smooth lovely. Get a large box of That wise old Emperor K'ang Hsi!, In agriculture Is the amount of human

,: NADINOLA, only 50c. No disappointmentsnolongwaitingforresults. of his labor expended! upon it. Fields are
jubilee ,
honor of the fifty .years'
r 2 i Money- prepared by hand, often watered by
.., ... '.' back guarantee.fitS reign, In 1711 A. D., issued a decree

I 'n. saying empire that increased"as ,the the population amount of of arable the I hand.tllized and Seeds reaped are sown by hand.and crops fer. I The Boy or Girl Who Refuses to Eat :]

land did not increase," and that the From dawn to dusk the farmer's "What have I ever done to deservea It's a lucky girl whose mother knows '"

BLACKMAN land tax 'should therefore, be esti- family and animals work;: on the land child who refuses to eat, and is how to.regulate her children's .'

mated on the census of that year and often cooking the midday meal-a just skin and bones?" The mother bowels without some strong eVIl. -'

...-.r; ....... bi07:2 should never be increased. It never mess of millet-on an Improvised mud who asks: that question might be tasting cathartic that upsets the "

stove and using as a manger for their surprised to learn that she alone is system and ruins their appetite! ';

STOCK and POULTRY was. from the beasts the cart that has carried out to blame. She knows a lack of Whenever sluggishness coats the "
'I Medicines are Reliable In 1703 the total revenue and will bring home the ripe appetite is the sign of a clogged little tongue, makes the :whites of
land tax stood at taels 29.000,000, or system, but docs the wrong thing the eyes a bilious yellow, or a child ',J.

o Blackman's Medicated Lick. about $22,000,000 In gold, and in 1000 crop. to remedy the.condition. A violent is headachy and fretful, }ust try ;

taels 27,000,000 were collected from Though groups of villagers some cathartic that upsets the stomach, pure California Syrup: of FigsThe. ,,..

A-Brik the same source the decrease being times work together, hired help Is rare. pulls down a child like a spell of senna in this fruity laxative IS so Iii'

O Blackman's Stock PowderO ,accounted for by the calamities of the Consequently, the Chinese farmer and sickness. It often forms the laxative agreeable to take, so natural in ;

L Blackman's Cow Tonic his family work their own lands unaided habit A more sensible way of vj|5: A action! Get real California Syrup ,
preceding years.If I(1
9 Blackman's CharMedSalfor the weekend;: traveler In China : This means, of course, phenomenal regulating children is explained V- W of Figs at any drug store. The f
column to the 'California.
( Hog) in the right: bottle should say
gets the idea from looking out of train energy on the part'or.. all. "N.1N

tI f,< Blackman's Poultry Tablets windows that be Is in a land of con- How Rice Is Grown. ; I
,':.( ::' o Blackman's Poultry Powder tinuous farms and vegetable gardens ; Nowhere. Is the Industry of the ".', ,,.. '

:' Highest,Quality Lowest Price his impressions largely due to the Chinese farmer better illustrated thanIn .\t]

Satisfaction Guaranteed or fact that wherever_ cultivation Is pos the southern, or rice-growing, prov-

sible it Is highly Intensive, and that inces, where climatic conditions permitof
;:: your money not an inch which might be used is several (sometimes as many as When Yon Need Drugs'j

wasted. four) crops a year from the same soil.

One Family to the Farm. Since rice is not only the staple

BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO. The working of a Chinese farm de- but the favorite food of the people,
Chattanooga, Tenn. Look the advertising of our
pends entirely upon personal human from the highest to the lowest. It Is over

labor and generally upon that of one not surprising that paddy 'fields forman community druggists in the columnsof

family. eighth of the total area of cultivated the
RELIEVE Remember
; ECZEMA this paper. man
Tradition custom, and economic conditions land In China

Don't Buffer needlessly. Stop tho do not encourage the Invest Yet, notwithstanding the enormous 'D. who tells you what he has to sell v..J.fJ

! itching and induce healing-begia ment 'of capital for large-scale farming. acreage of rice planted each year and at what price is a safe man to .J.fJ

; The fields of China,, as already since 3000 B. C., this crop Is all set
He is not afraid of
pointed out, have been cultivated for out In clumps and every spear trans- patronize. any

'tr: Resmoli several thousand years by the sam I planted by hand. The double opera comparison of either his merchan-

: method without overtaxing their re tion allows)) the farmers to economize dise or the price at which he sells it. I

'1 .; sources. This remarkable fact Is due their land and save In many ways ,

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COMMUNITY CHURCH HOLDS tions for their participation in the Completing their work here the r FREAK HAILSTORM tIe child, the same is greatest in tho
ELECTION OF OFFICERS contests and in planning their stunt latter part of the week the boys DAMAGES RHUBARB kingdom of heaven. Small children

for the circus. He will accompanythe were transferred to Lake City and naturally feel their dependence and

I. D. Leydig, senior elder of the group to the jamboree, which is I from there they expected to go (( from page 1) look to others for direction and sus ;

Community Church, wasa being held on the new diamond ball. to North Dakota. thus be planted to harvest around tenance and assistance. They are
Clewiston Christmas time and be placed on the teachable and democratic in spirit.
life member of the board of eldersat field in Fort Myers. 'I I
best winter market. The Kepplers Likewise we should be humble
the recent election of church of- A feature of the event is a street Easter Sunrise Service Draws '
WorshippersA plan to put in another rhubarb crop and teachable in spirit, realizing our
ficials. Mr. Leydig will also be'one parade in which the chariots which Largo Audience of
next year and plant it earlier so as dependence upon God, and trustinghim r
of the delegates from the local will be entered in the chariot race, I
to reach the highest market. Mr. as a child trusts a parent. ,
attend the presbytery A prize will be a- '
church to' will take part.
hundred 'and fifty persons Keppler believes that any numberof The worth which Christ attached
meeting in St. Petersburg on Wednesday warded to the chariot embodyingthe
were up before daylight Sunday small farmers by diversification to a child is further seen in the aw-
and Thursday of next week. cleverest idea. The local boys I
morning to be present at the an- of crops can make a reasonable pro- ful warning which he utters againstthe
Rev and Mrs. W. B. Furgess will building a chariot which they
are nual Sunrise Service in Ford Park.A I fit year in and year out in the Ev- leading of one of them astray.
also attend the Presbytery as will will enter in the race and the com-
great improvement over last I erglades.The That sin is so great that it would be
from the Ladies Aid. for prizes.A .
two delegates petition
year's conditions, the day dawned Otto Larsen farm is located better to die'a fearful death thanto
Other officers elected at the re- small admission price, 15 cents,
bright and clear, revealing the north of the highway just beyondthe lead a child into evil, for the suf-
cent congregational meeting are is being charged to the jamboree,
palms at their best. C. W. Allen home. It is owned fering connected with a violent phy-
Board of Trustees, J. E. Beardsley, and the funds thus raised will be
The service was held as a union by R. E. Kurtz of Fort Myers. sical death is trivial in comparisonwith
of new
chairman, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, used toward the purchase a
worship of the three churches. The the,, future punishment that a-
and Mrs. W. C. the Royal Palm Council.
Miss Marion Leydig, bus for Hunicnno Safety Committee
three pastors, Rev. R. E. Carlson, waits such a person. To entice
Prewitt. H. R. Hall was re-elected Visits Hero Wednesday
clerkof of the Methodist church, Rev. children to drink, smoke, gamble, to
church treasurer, A. W. Sias, BUSINESS LOT BEAUTIFIED
jMbuntford of the evil to commit un-
Baptist church see pictures, or
board of elders, A. W. Lawrence, (Continued rrom page 1)
and Rev. E. O. Kerce, of the Churchof clean acts, for the sake of making
and I.
G. C. Poole, M. E. Yenawine An attractive improvement in the bulletins at intervals of several

D. Leydig, elders. Dr.: J. W. Ezelleis business section is being made' by God each delivered a sermon and hours instead of the usual twice a money, or for any other reason, is
the choirs and congregations of the satanic.
superintendent of the Sunday the Clewiston Drug Company on the day bulletins during storm periods.

School and Miss Betty Spicer i3 the lot adjoining that store and the three churches joined In singing These bulletins will be sent to all While talking about children Je-

Sunday School secretary. bank building. A score of tropical special Easter music. points of areas affected. The safe- sus uttered a great parable. As the

Splendid reports of the church's shrubs has been set there duringthe Special Easter services were held ty league, composed of the membersat shepherd goes out over the moun-

condition and progress, both spir- past week, and the lawn has at each of the "three churches' various communities, are given i, tains to find one lost sheep, and

itually and financially, were made. been improved.J. throughout the day. power to requisition trains for evac- when It is found returns with great

During the past ten months fifteen G. Niblack, manager of the uation of the affected areas, when rejoicing, "even so it is not the will .

members have bee added to the Clewiston Drug Company, stated !: President C. J. Kirk' of necessary. I of your father which is in heaven

church roll, and the membershipof that the store, vill care for the Kirkwood: Cribbage College ; Another step in building confi- that one of these little ones should

the Sunday School has also grounds and continue to beautify\ of America Issues ChallengeIn dence will be a series of meetings perish." We may be sure tha ,those

grown. them. throughout the Upper Glades territory I who have not reached the age of ac-

I ;i to tell inhabitants of methodsof countability will be saved eternally.

LIQUOR STILL CONFISCATEDBY I a letter to Josiah H. Fitch, organizing in time of approaching Jesus said concerning children, "of

FEDERAL OFFICERS LA BELLE NEWS I Cribbage shark and former mayorof storms and plan for distributing such is the kingdom of heaven," and
Fort Myers, C. J. Kirk of this
bulletins. It is believed that, the he declared that adults must become

A moonshine still and a supply of I from "5) J city told Mr. Fitch that he wasn'tso informative and educational moves like them, if they would
(Continued page much and offered him "su- children",
moonshine was confiscated by two Ill. a will largely dispel the hysteria kingdom. His invitation to
for his home in Streator, I
federal officers working in these Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Miller and preme diploma" in "cribology" if which is a disturbing element dur- still stands. They have a right to

parts the latter part of the week. Davis fished the man from the, big town could ing storms. come to him and they have a rightto
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
.The still, a large one of 55 gallon the I win three straight games from one church fellowship. The church,
Lake Trafford Sunday. of the graduates of the "Kirkwood I CASTLES IN THE
capacity, was discovered Saturday the pastor, or the religious system
told of catch-
party returned they I "
morning south of the Sears logging Cribbage College of America., that fails to make provision for the.
I ing 24 large trout. The largest
camp in the western end of the Mr. Kirk stated in his letter that (Continued from Page 4) children has erred grievously. The
weighed about three pounds.C. .
county. Ten barrels of liquor were he and the other "cribologists" had golf balls. young should be made to feel that

found at the establishment. No arrests Franklyn Wheeler, divisional been reading a few of Mr. Fitch's I Mr. Pafford will Poole his for the the church is interested in them and
Director of Aviation was in LaBelle
were made, as no one was remarks and world defying chal- Sunday School. that the church services' are for
Monday in the interests of the pro- '
found near the still. II lenges in the News-Press and Joe Johnson and Carl Johnson- ,them as well as for the older ones.

posed airport here. "shook their hoary heads in dis- 0. K., girls-first come, first served. They should be promptly and gladly -
Miss Vera Lee and Herbert Wim-
DEPUTY TO RECEIVE POLL gust." Mr. Kirk closed his gauntlet -I Mr. Ewell will buy a book on geology received into church membership
berly of Moore Haven were the Sun
TAX PAYMENTS HERE NAMED Vancine casting epistle with the offer to i when they manifest spiritual fitness
day evening guests of Mrs. I'' send one of his "Professors of 'Crib I Mr. Beery will invest his in a therefor.

Parker T. Wilson has been appointed Caldwell.Johnny Attanasio, formerly of l ology" down to Fort Myers and lovely jewel. j i The text of today's lesson is as

deputy tax collector for this "give the Test" to Mr. Fitch." I Count Harvey will buy French follows: "At the same time came
LaBelle 'arrived here by
to motorcy-I j I francs, for family rather than financial
district of Hendry county receive the
cle from West Palm Beach disciples unto Jesus, saying, who

payments of poll taxes. He can afternoon. He visited friends here I GROUP HAS EASTER PICNICA reasons. i is the greatest in the kingdom of
be found at Alston's Drug store and Mr. Lidell will buy me another heaven? and Jesus
called little
for three days and then left to visit a
will receive payments of poll taxes his sister Carmilla in Naples. I I I lunch. (Adv.) i child unto him, and set him in the .
the time for large of LaBelle's Mr. Cowart will chip in for
until May 19th, when group younger some midst of them, and said I
Mr. and Mrs Herman Dyess mov-' : Verily say
set enjoyed picnic Sun- worthy cause. i,
paying poll taxes expires. a Easter unto
you, except be converted
ed to Clewiston this week where 111'.1Dyess ye ,
Not only is payment of poll taxesa day at Lock Number three, swim- Frank Keith will spend his for and become as little children
will be employed by the ye
in the June ming and hunting I orange blossoms. I
prerequisite to voting eggs. shall
I not
enter into
I kingdom of
S. Department of I
but cent of poll tax Engineers II Ralph"ardwell will buy a yachtor ,
primary, every I Those present were Misses Dorothy heaven. Whosoever therefore shall

money goes directly into the school CITY FATHERS TO AID FERA I Hill, Mildred Hill, Lillian o maybe a new Bureau for Tish. humble himself as this little child,

fund of the county in which it is HV CLEANING UP BACK ALLEYS Burke, June Parsons, Mildred Ro- I Mr. Nebiker will buy,, a dlctlonI the same is greatest in the kingdomof

collected. So citizens may performa I berts, Nellie Weaver, Mable Hampton ary containing all the epithets used heaven. And whosoever shall receive -

double duty by preparing them- Mrs. M. W.T Blanton, Social Ser :Margaret Jones, Edna Moon 1 on the job. one such little child in my

selves to vote this year; they also vice Director in Hendry county, and Mary Markette and Woodrow | Charlie Trainor will buy a newI name receiveth me. But whosoever
aid the schools in their county. came before the city commissioners I Parsons, Harry Hansen, Sherman slide rule. shall offend one of these little ones 'ti

at their April meeting Tuesday I Hansen, LeRoy Dana, Phanon I Mr. Lawler will-or should- which believe in: me, it were better ( I

SCHOOL PROJECT DELAYEDBY night with the request that the city O'Bannon, Perry Hall, Wesley Mc- I buy a new hat. I for him that a millstone were J
ADMINISTRATION furnish a truck to haul away refuse I Kinnon, J. P. Crews, John Rowlandand Major Collins will NOT spend his hanged about his neck, and that he
I for likker. j
Although the CWA took over the to be loaded by FERA labor in an J George, Wood. The Sheffields will buy another)! were drowned in the depth of the
effort to "clean the town." sea.-How think ? If
for Hendrvcounty's up I I ye a man havean
financial responsibility
house car for the dogs.
schools March 12 the Mrs. Blanton pointed out the need i HAS BRIDGE LUNCHEON I I hundred sheep, and one of them
The Efti build
gs another
of administration has delayed for this cleanup and stated that it I may I Abe gone astray, does he not leave
change room on their dream house.
would only be fair that the city 'assist I the ninety and nine and
go into
matters and the, project has nev- Mrs. A. L. Taylor was hostess at Pop will buy-well, I'll about up
approved. This in its own work. The city com- luncheon see the mountains, and seeketh that
er been definitely a bridge Saturday afternoon -: that!
project was missioners agreed to furnish the I which is gone astray? and if so be
week entirely new
an Mr. Raines will
buy a set of
sent in to Tallahassee. truck and arrangements were made Those I dishes. new that he find it, verily I say unto you,
present were Mrs.! G. W.
for work to begin as soon as the he rejoiceth more of that sheep
old CWA Jerome A.
Under the Mrs. Louis 0. Mr.
Tyrrell, Gravely, Mrs. ,Littlejohn will buy some new than
of the
project could be approved. ninety and nine
Connor wad in charge of the expending I II Selden L. Stewart, Mrs. Anna Pet-I lures-for fish bait, of course. went
not astray. Even so it is not
of funds necessary for this I tee, Mrs. H., E. O'Brien, Mrs. E. E'I Jim McLure will buy a return
under Surveyors Check Bench Marks I the will of your father which is in
work.11en the plan was Edwards, Miss Sarah Pettee, Mrs. ticket from Indiana.
informed A. L. Along Seaboard for Commerce I I I heaven, that one of these little ones
consideration R. J. Moon, and Miss Emma Arm- Mr. Simpson will buy the latest I should

Taylor, local chairman, by telephonethat the' entrout. The last named is from edition on "The Care and Feeding I perish.-Then were there
'Yorking'out brought
from Depart unto him little children that
would be
the teachers paid I Rapidan, Virginia, and is a guest of of Infants."
ment of Commerce, a crew of six I I he should put his hands on them
from CWA funds. The exit of the
Mrs. Louis O. Gravely. Mrs Hemmenway she I
has been in LaBelle I Viand : and the
CWA and advent of the FERA surveyors busy pray disciples rebuked
she will have
brought a completely new system and vicinity': for the past week run stew. more steak and less II them. But Jesus said, Suffer little

and a new set of forms to be filled ning lines for a check on bench Ao Penalty On Tax Mrs. McCarter says-but children; and forbid them not, to

and submitted. marks.In don't you 1 I I come unto me: for of such is the
the of the believe her-that Abe's going to I I kingdom of heaven.
language layman
: Teachers Pay Set
: Payment During April stand on the corner and give hers I I
The principal difference betweenthe these government( employees have to the
been determining the exact eleva- poor. MCINTYRE ON NEWSPAPERMEN
new and old systems is that the Hoomes
teachers are rated and paid according tion of certain points by a systemof Tallahassee, April 6, (FNS- will buy anothercase -

to 'the grade of certificate held sighting levels. A bench markis : I I County tax collectors in Florida AND of coffee.POP (Continued page 4)

closed their STURGIS WILL PUT co!:: pleases him as seeing the
by them. The rating is as follows. a concrete post embedded solidly I: technically books April right
A---third grade and temporary and bearing. a bronze plate on which 1, but may accept tax payments, THE BANK.: I sort of fellow go zooming to the top. r-J,

certificates $4 O. B-second grade is engraved a number. Each of these I without penalty, during the month Please! Pul-ease, gentlemen! I Edmund Burke: may have been right, -

certificates-$50. C-first grade' numbers corresponds with a numberin I I of April. During May, they can when, pointing to the press galleryin

life, first grade State and State Life, the records in Washington, D. C., still accept payments, with the cost unbap ( parliament, he cried: "Yonder sits
primary, Life primary, professionallife with which is listed the exact ele-I I of advertising the description of the the most important of all-the

professional, special life, two vation of that marker. Persons delinquent property added to the I I Fourth Estate.-O. '0. Mcintyre in

r year graduate State and two year wishing to know the elevation at amount due. If payment is not made Hes&cn j Tampa Sunday Tribune.

.life graduate State certificates- any given point are able to do so by I before June, however, the advertising !

$75. D-four year' graduate State writing to Headquarters and send- cost, commissions for selling and I (Compiled by Moore Haven- Jacksonville, Fla., Mar. 30, (Special ,

and four year graduate life State ing the number of the nearest I I redeeming the delinquent property, I Religious-Literary Society.) )-Walter F. Coachman, Sr., of

certificates-$85. bench, mark.A and the 18 per cent interest allowed Lake Placid, has accepted the: chair-

.;. The projects for the various variation from the usual idea .the buyer of the delinquent tax certificate -' Subject: The Child and the manship of a committee which will

," .' schools have been re-submitted under I that government employees have an I will be added to the amount!i Kingdom. coordinate world's fair work in

I i" the new regulations and have easy time was noted in the remarks of taxes due. I Golden Text: "Suffer the little Highland's Glades, Lee, Hendry and

: been sent in to Walter Wilbur at of one LaBelle youth who travelled I I The Attorney-General issued the children, and forbid them not, to Collier counties, according to Lorenzo -

Tallahassee. with the surveyors one day last opinion that there is nothing in the come unto me: for of such is the A. Wilson, general chairman of
,,1.... week and carried one of the instru-!I law to prohibit tax collectors from j kingdom of heaven." Matt. 19 : 14. the World's Fair Commission of the
It.. LOCAL BOY SCOUTS I I ments. Merville Manley, the Tildenof accepting tax payments after April Lesson Text: Matt. 18: 1-6, 12- Florida State Chamber of Com-
;i: ATTESCOUT CIRCUS' the future, went out with the i. 1, following a request from the I 14; 19 : 13-15. merce, which is in charge of plans

' surveyors Tuesday. The rod and governor for' a innterpr tation. The Time and place of lesson: Autumnof for another outstanding state exhibit -

I;: '. A group of 20 to 24 Boy Scouts chain men are required to cover at governor received protests from citi- A. D. 29 ; Capernaum. at Chicago, next summer. It

, ,'. from the Clewiston troop will attend least ten miles every day. zens of several northwest Florida Survey of Lesson, from the books: is understood that Mr. Coachmanwill

I t:and take part in the annual Jamboree In charge of the group here is L. counties, against lack of an exten- In, answer to the question of the announce his county commit-

y;' 1, and Scout circus of the Royal W. Draper; of Birmingham, Ala., sion of time for paying taxes. disciples as to who is greatest in the tees and their chairman within the

j I.Palm Council in Fort Myers ,tomorrow Mrs. Draper is. with him. The other I Governor Sholtz instructed tax kingdom heaven, Jesus set a childin next few days.

r (Saturday) afternoon. Thejamboree ni.embers'of the crew are H. C. Ste- collectors to follow the schedule of their midst as an example to _

,' is really 'a series of con- vens, of Blue Rapids, Kansas, F.' D. I the law and tlose their books April\, them. Early Painter'in Oils

:tests of various sorts, including- Hockersmith, of' Atlanta, Georgia, 1, prepare to advertise ,delinquent No doubt Christ had in mind a Jnn Van Eych/. of t,lop Flemish schod .J.

;jUally some phases of scouting, R. Shiel of Indianapolis, Indiana, R.Coram taxes during; the month of May, ,and condition of humility, for in verse 4' has been ''c: I>nfi.-Jl.v! ,edited; with th /

I f A. H: King,' scoutmaster, is as lst- of Orlando, Fla., and M.. W.McKinnori .'I[ sell delinquent tax property.' Curing I Jesus had said, ,"Whosoever! there- Invention", ni',11f ',h-n-i' with the first '
{;", Sing<,, the, local Scouts wi h.t'p'repar of Tallahassee, FIB : .I June.-, :i' o. : : > : fore,shall humble himself as, this lIt- practice: of pl.:: ;: HI:;: In oil.f '..
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