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 20, 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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7.; Tomato Season In Full I NEGRO MURDERED WORKMANIS 'BY Sugar Gornpany Ends' Most .... .

,' :'i : Swing In Section r- Soon COMPANION: HEREMarcus Successful Season Saturday


:,:'" UETWEEX CLEWISTOX' AND I Barbecue and Dance Bishop was bound over PRODUCTIOX OF RAW SUGAR

,: LAKE HARBOR to the fall term of court on a chargeof Rain Fails 'To Halt IX EXCESS OF 80 MILLION
murder by'' a coroner's jury investigating POUNDS .
I Mark End of Season
\' The local tomato season is get- I the death of John Sim- Season End Festivitiesat

'.' ting in full swing, as the output mons, negro, cane cutter, who died

2,. from approximately 800 acres in i I At Sugar Mill HereThe Saturday evening, 24 hours after he Azucar paign The in most the successful history of crop the sugar cam-

,:' the territory from Clewiston to had received a severe beating over MondayIn development in Florida was''
", Lake Harbor is getting ready for the head at the hands of Bishop, a
. lower floor of the Sugar brought to a clo:"':) in the ,early
: Lozier of Belle Glade fellow laborer.
; market. C. B. House presented a gala appearance spite of the rain in the after- morning hours Saturday, April 14,

:-i' has leased the warehouse recently Saturday night employees of the Johnnie B. Scott, a third negro, noon, the annual End of the Harvest the last carload of cane of the 1933-
;\ erected heie'by. C. E. Miner and has altercation with
I United States Sugar Corporation who also gad an barbecue at Azucar was held accord- 34 harvest went into the mill at the

'::', a' begun operation of a tomato packing I I their families, and invited guests Simmons Friday evening, was arrested -' ing to schedule Monday, The Ever- Sugar House of the', United States
: J house there. First packing was but was not held by the coroner's -
, done Thursday and :will continue I enjoyed a barbecue supper and The investigation was glades News says, when 1600 poundsof Sugar Corporation here
\dance in the form of an "End of jury. beef and pork was served to The Clewiston Sugar House, said
approximately -
the with 15 to 20
through season Small justice
i the first of G H. new -
packers employed. Local tomatoes [ Crop Jubilee". With myriad lights of the for this district, 1750 persons, Azucar negro to be the largest raw sugar factoryin
". and colored banners, streamers and the United States, ground more
of the United States
from the territory just de- who is also coroner by virtue of his employes
confetti forming a carnival scene than 450,000 tons of cane in the
scribed will be packed here and at office as J. P. E. B. Butler, con' Sugar Corporation with their fami-
against which the dim backgroundof from November 30th to
''';H--1.:.', Lake Harbor, where F. E. Stein stable, was assisted in his investi- lies and approximately 100 white
machinery but a reminderof 14th and produced in excessof
gave April ,
r'' : berg operates a packing house on gation of the affair by Guy M. guests attending the barbecue, field
working hours to the hundredsof 80,000,000; ponnds of raw sugar.
t'--> the F. E. C. railway track and Strayhorn, of Fort Myers, state attorney events and awarding of prizes held
guests. This record production accordingto
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:,: : : Chastain and Neal, or McIntosh, who, was summoned to assist at the plantation quarters and mess J.
Tables were placed for the barbecue a statement issued by J. Har-
in connection with M. H. Crouch -
in the case. hall. Beside the barbecued meats,
vice and general
: supper which was served buf- rington, president
are operating a packing The coroner's jury was composed Brunswick stew and lemonadewas
I II I manager represents the grinding of
fet style from 7 till 9. A platform ,
.rJ the A. C. L. tracks.
/ on I of Fred Moltz foreman, J. C. Bar- served to the guests.
I ten In two days
percent more cane
was erected against the north wall
! Local is about normal
. acreage wick Dan Simmons, John Kettl,
The morning was given over less time than that required for
',};::; for the past several years, but it of the building and a large space E. J. Rogero and 0. E. Tyler.
field events in which negro the harvest season of 193233.
was cleared for dancing.
is believed by farmers that the
'i ::0 The justice of the peace court
children competed in sack races, 2,863,000 gallons of black-strap
,.t;;,< yield will be greater and of a E. R. Fontaine. who acted as has been unusually busy the past
lemon and other contests. A molasses, an important byproductof
-: better grade. Practically all the Master of Ceremonies, introducedthe week and has tried several other

.' ,tomatoes to leave the state within performers, who were pupils of cases. James Brown and J. D. Rob- feature even: was the 100-yard dash sugar production was produced

the next month will be from the Mrs. Harry Satchell's school of crson, both{ colored, were tried and of cane cutters and tractors drivers in during this grinding se !'on.
the of the harvest
South and Western shore of Lake dancing in Fort Myers. From which 11 heats were run to select the
young convicted of larceny of a pistol froman which this lasted for
Okeechobee and from the Palmetto children to adults, the dancers gavea automobile belonging to E. J. winners. Prizes of $10, 5 and' $2.50 season, year
four and one-half months, the cor-
_ section, due to adverse weather most creditable performance of Willis near Hooker's Point. They were awarded the fastest runners.. provides employment for

f):' <. conditions in other tomato growing colorful and clever numbers. Severalof were sentenced to 30 days In the Sidney Crochet of Clewiston,,Johnnie poration 3,200 to 3,600 men. During the

sections which have delayed andf' the adult dancers gave gracefuland county jail at LaBelle. Fourmy and Luke Fraser of Canal summer months, when activity is
j damaged the'crops there. exceedingly difficult dances. in of the athletic
Florris Point were charge
' Marguerite Johnson and somewhat curtailed because of the
! Prices so far are good, field Those who contributed numberswere events.
McBride were tried Monday after- closing of the mill, sizeable crews
crates of average quality bringing Miss Frances Trowbridge, Miss The barbecued meat, prepared by
noon following a cutting scrape in are employed to carry on seasonal
;' $1.40 during the middle of the Jean Moraine Mrs. Mareele Ware
which two negro men, Will Irwin !T. L. (Pop) Sears and Bruce Elam'Sunday cultivation and drainage maintenance -
week. Good packed stock is bring- Miss June and Miss Mattie Lee
' j and Lee Phillips received cuts and night was served at the mess work.
, ing $6 a lug for 6 by 6's and larger. Washburn, Miss Betty Jean and
' other injuries. The negro women hall from noon to 2 o'clock and was During the past two years cane
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: ,',' Miss Audrey Satchell, Miss Doris were each fined $35 or 40 days. followed by awarding of prizes by J. plantings have been apportioned''
If and
warrant Stone
prices picking Miss Harriett McWhorter
Both paid their fines. Lethie Mil- J. Harrington, vice president and gen- with a view to brining about an
: shipping and if weather conditions Miss Audrey Sander, Miss Elizabeth
ler, another Harlem resident, paida equal distribution of cane acreage'
eral ,
,\ remain favorable the tomato season Lamb, Miss Billy Washburn, Miss manager.
between the two
$20 fine on a similar offense. I and production
: locally will extend to the first Ethel Bowden, George T. Mann, Irwin -
J I the
Wednesday the justice of the agricultural divisions of company
of June, as there are sufficient late Rust, Philip West, Richard
l peace tried Cherry Tucker and Take with headquarters respectively
plantings to produce tomatoes that Bowden, Robert Sheets, Donald Engineers
> Louise Childs on a charge of fight- at Azucar and Clewiston with
late. Yields are indicated as par- Coons, Billy Perry and
Buddy ing and disturbing, peace, Each the result that, in order to maintain I
..." ticularly good on old land, contrary Satchell. Mrs. Frank Coons accompanied Second In Row
', was found guilty and each paid a maximum production at the local -
; ;; fh', to the' belief of most local the numbers. I
fine of $15. house,
t l sugar
4 farmers to whom it has become a .Music for dancing was furnishedby A general good order has been From Moore HavenThe required to harvest and deliver approximately -
,fetish that "tomatoes won't
, .., \ grow Herb Jacobsen's '
!( v. orchestra. preserved through the season in 100 cars of cane per
.; :", ; on old land. I
Harlem, and the percentage of negroes day during the grinding season.A .
; ,;:: ;. A new ,development in local tomato \ who have United States Engineers con- the campaign ')
run afoul of the of ,
) "'( : Mr. Keathley survey crop
I and Mrs. :
;; growing was the arrival, of i Bowden law has been unusually small. No tinued their season with a 5 to 1 vic- just closed reveals that 19,333 car- ,",
: trucks here and son Kay were ,visitors in Moore Moore Haven on the local '
fr" 11" twenty Wednesdayfrom situation has arisen that has given tory over loads of cane were handled from

packing houses in Wauchula. I'Haven today. any difficulty to the officers. diamond Sunday afternoon.The the fields to the Sugar House over ,

..,.....' Plant City and Lakeland. Opera- r two teams 'played to a score- tracks of both the Atlantic Coast '',:

,I trs ,of, the trucks were buying field I less tie until the last of the sixth Line and the. Florida East Coast ;:

crates of tomatoes along the high inning when the Engineers scored railroads. ,

way, wherever, they found oppor- Castles In The Glades } C By three runs. Melvin Pape reached A new record was set at the local '

! )l < .. tunity and were hauling them back I Marjorie B. Wallace second when his long fly was sugar mill on January 3rd.

1:'" :, .to their packing, houses for muffed in center field. An infield when 4,400 tons of cane were

'1Li'{' ,"., ing and shipment there. This pack-I error put Rutland on first and Melvin ground during a 24 hour period. t

:: ing done in order to keep the Pape on third. A stolen base put The huge mill, at that time, was
Did I get fooled! Held the Kollum'up certainly caught one sucker.
ing houses there busy Rutland on second. Marvin Pape practically at maximum
" a whole day to tell you about the ,Beyond the Welatka the levee is Melvin Pape and
Manatee crops, on which they usually I I doubled to score capacity as it does during the large

: depend for tomatoes, ma- I Gulfport going through the locks and I being graded by a 17 ton Caterpillar ; Rutland, and crossed the plate on portion of the grinding season. The

: ture. drove those many weary bouncy tractor which boasts 75 horsepower l errors. 'In the next frame, the en- 4,400 ton record resulted from the

miles yesterday afternoon only to and a diesel motor'and gineers crossed the plate for two
In addition to many ,small grow- a selfbeginner fact that there was no delay or

n ers there are a, number who have find nary hide nor hair of her in sight. and more gadgets than a binder. I more tallies.. shutdown during the period.

fields of 'from 20 to 40 acres ap- She's stuck on a sand bar-or was.I The tractor pulls a grader that does i Moore Haven's lone tally came by Another dramatic incident in the

", .:< proaching maturity., Among them hope she's off by now-near Stuart, more tricks, Tish said, than a circus Cy Cruze's home run in the eighth. current crop campaign was the

ifH t are Sam Davis, 40 acres near BareIi waiting for the evening tide or an act mule. It operates on its own power I The Engineers used three pitchers shipment of 700,000 gallons of :

;; ;?", Beach, M. A. Rose, about 100 acres of Congress or something to float her plant, and can do everything but against Moore Haven, with Pop blackstrap molasses in a single I

:-t /) ;" in Section 19 at Bare Beach, off. We use the expression "in deep kneel down and say its prayers. The Walker, William Hooks and Pete day. This occurred January 19th, i

: '.',' Alice Akin, 20 acres, John 1\1rs'l I water" to indicate trouble, but the tractor pulls it down to the edge of Wilson sharing the mound in order. when two special trains left Clew- ti

:Q:'ik, 'I cin, 50 acres in Section 19, I reverse is far more apt to spell the levee and back up again; the big I I Hendry went all the way for Moore iston bearing 69 tank cars, each '

<' Y ,:,:, Wlider, 90 acres at Ritta, Ernest I I trouble to sea-faring folks. blade picks up about a yard and a I Haven. containing 10,000 gallojvs of mo- i

:t?<,;if Burkett, 50 a'cres.; Ritta, Arthur half I The line-ups: lasses. The shipment was the first
They were the locks readyat or two yards of 'dirt and the
getting -
,:,:. Lee,. 40 acres, Ritta, Marvin Lee, I'I I Engineers Moore haven of the 1,400,000 gallons sent by
,,'f-; : ::: number 2, and expecting the Gulf- operator distributes it on the way up Melvin 3b Farnell, cf Clewiston Sugar .
: \ 30 acres Ritta, Gay and Willits, 30' J Pape, rail from the ,
port any day. The Sarasota had her to the top a little at a time. in a : Mathis, If
5 :,' acres at Ritta, Shirley Bowden, 20 j Rutland, If House to Jacksonville where it was
):: acres, Clewiston, J. E. Beardsley, I nose bumped up against the end wall pretty, smooth, even grade. Charlie I Pape, Marvin, ss Danielc transferred to the tank steamer '

; '" ;!' : 20 acres. Clewiston, W. C. Hooker, and the derrick barge was inside the Proctor sets the grade stakes, I Williamson, c.. Littlejohn, ss "Dora" by the Molasses Products

20' acres In Clewiston.ReEmployment. I extension cleaning the bottom; a George Beck operates the tractor, Beery, cf : Shelter, 3b Corporation, which established a ,

'shivering and thoroughly miserable- Fred Hightower the grader, with our I Smith, Ib Bales, Ib terminal in Jacksonville to handle

looking boy in a diver's helmet anda old friend and married man, Oliver Hawkins, C. rf Cruze, 2b shipments from Clewiston.

'q OfliceI heavy wool sweater was ankling Galloway, as relief operator on both McCracken, 2b Hendry, p Governor Dave Sholtz and other ; F

about under water locating any ob tractor and grader. You really oughtto Walker, p '"r'. Watson, rf distinguished visitors inspected the

structions. Connally Nall and Mr. drive out and see that grader. It's Hooks, pPeterson ': i properties of the United States ;

Reports GratifyingW. Poole were standing by cheering him the newest thing out in the machin- rf Sugar Corporation here February .

I I understandto line Wilson, pSummary 19th and wer.e guests of ClarenceR.
on. The Alice is gone, ery and Mr. Moore says that '

P. Arledge, Manager of the 10.1 Miami, but that is only hearsay; there ,are only a few of them built : Bitting at the President's Din- .i
2 base affair
Cruze; Inn. The :
Home runs at
cal National Reemployment Office, and the Congaree was working down and in operation I. ner
Cruze Marvin Pape; hits, Farnell, held in connection with ;
again reports a gratifying increase I stream out of ,And while on, was
'sight. !! \Ve
stopped at drainage culvert 5A Hooks Mathis.
I( Rutland 2, Hawkins, the annual meeting of the board ,
in the activities of the National Dania
Reemployment the has
: -\ the subject of dredges, and I was surprised to see it so far Struck out by Walker, 3 in 4 innings, directors of the corporation. At

Service throughout the also left these waters and I also understand along. All the concrete but the head I Hooks, G In 4 innings, Wilson, 1 in that time a diorama depicting a
For the week, ending April that she has also gone to walls and partition walls Is in, one I 1 inning, Hendry 7 in 9 innings. typical scene of the property of the :.;
., 7th, the Service placed a total of Miami. I hope next week to be able pipo in place and the second pipe being Walked by Hendry, 4, corporation, and Including mill and ,

2,196 on jobs. Of this number a to report:: on the Gulfport's arrival. ]I I fabricated. I asked Jim McLure Hit by pitcher, Melvin Pape, fields, was displayed. The diorama '

:::.; i;,;" total of 1,243 were placed with pri- Mr. Tippetts tells me that it will if there was any news, and he said Beery. is one prepared for the Century of

vate*employers, the balance being probably take a couple of days to put I pure, he caught 19 fish the other day. Errors: Daniels 2, Parnue, Little- Progress exposition. ;

>, placements made on Public Works her through the locks, so I'll have These fishermen! john, Smith, Increasing Interest in the sugar Y

. ,' ';;. '. projects. I plenty of time to make a holy nuisance -I I But speaking of fish-my brother Score by Innings: Industry of the Everglades is evidenced r"
the 000 003 200,-5 the number of visitors >
on job. Engineers by
myself Jacksonville
.'; According to Mr. Arledge, the came down via Ft. J local
'\. number of I visiting day for TIsh I II I Moore Haven 000 000 010-1 who were shown through the
private placements beIng I Monday! was Pierce Saturday night with a 26 provided by '
I Umpires: Kirk and Shelley., house by
" made weekly is now averaging I I and me on the Welatka. She is strik.1 I pound red snapper; a beauty for looks sugar during the current''
nearly 100 per cent more than thirty ing a peculiar formation of and even more nice to eat. He caught the than I : '

, days ago. This is simply additional layer of varying thickness just under :j it all by himself, too. We ate fish and JERSEY FIELD DAY IS season. More state VIS'J': ,

" proof of the value of the Service to I the surface; with her rock cutter half I' ate fish and ate fish,' and the cat SCHEDULED FOR MAY 3 itors Union representing and several every '

., private employers of labor. out of water she chews the rocks into I thought he had died and gone to a.-A countries the went through the mill' to '::'1:
Our local -
State Jersey I
Reemployment Office is Gainesville ,'
and tosses them about heaven. of
located at the City Hall building, Cattle Field Day will be held at Jack- watch the fascinating process ;
", It is hard work.
like marbles. Under Tuesday they started pouring con- converting cane juice Into raw sug"i;
Clewiston Florida, telephone 393.Mr. sonville on ;May 3, according to an '
the layer of rock is the usual mix- crete on Bonnie's gate at Canal Point.I I ;-' i
Arledge, the Hamlin L. Brown, '
invitesall announcement by ,
) employers to call manager him when in ture of sand and shell and what have drove up rather early and found dairyman with the Agricultural Extension fl.17A holiday spirit prevailed the Up- .,.'. 'i y

need of "help. you. I won't use that word marl againif them all looking as harried and Service. It i Is expected that per Everglades Saturday, as thou-
! 'ip'- There is no ,registration fee or I can help it. By the way, do you anxious as a bunch of brand-new arouund 75 Jerseys many of them be- sands joined in the merriment whom,of : (;", '

f' placement fee assessed against the know what the dictionary says marlis papas in a hospital corridor. It's quite ing calves, heifers and cows ownedby the jubilant employees to season "I

,<:" ",} employee nor are any charges made ? An artificial lure made from pea- a job to get things running smoothlyon 4-H club boys of Duval county, the end of the grinding Cominen- ";'
well done.
'- to the employer The service, is ab- cock feathers-and one of the contractors a first pour. Mr. Lawler and Char- will be on exhibit. An educational! meant a task :' ji

solutely free. ruefully remarked that it I (Continued 'cm page 8) program is planned, (Continued on page


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diately the budget deficit .f some MINERS AT WORK RESTFUL, ANYWAYAfter
News Review of Current 270000000. I

house of representatives got ON' SHORTER WEEK you get used to a silent man,

THE Wednesday Its be Is pretty fair company. .
Events the World Over suspended I i" '"
rules and granted quick approval to 'TI

three important bills dealing with Conference to Settle the Re- { /

widely divergent subjects. They were: maining Issues.
The administration sugar bill-sub-

Irate Senate Rebukes Huey Long Then Gags 'Him Jobs ject of heated controversy for months orderof Too Much "Party"Last
; which slid through to final approval Chicago.-Concurring Jn the

without record vote. It in- President Roosevelt 50,000 workersin NightToo
and Wages Highest Since 1931 ; Senate Rejects even a
cludes sugar as a basic commodity under Illinois' 152 coal mines returned to

Higher Normal Income Tax Rate. the AAA, quotas domestic production work on the basis of a 35-hour week.

of sugar beets and cane, and Off the Job for two days because of Much Food .

gives Secretary of Agriculture Wallace confusion between the NRA and exIsting Late Hours '

power to quota imports of Cuban and labor contracts the miners

Ru FnwARn.......... w PICKARD Smoky
.AJJ &J H .L.oO n. Insular sugar. took up their picks pending the outcome

The so-called Johnson bill prohibiting of a conference in Washington, Atmosphere '

HURT P. LONG, the vituperative amendment called for a boost In the foreign nations which are in default when a new amendment to the,, bitu-

from Louisiana, was normal income tax rate from 4 to 6 on private or national obligations minous code will be considered. .

soundly spanked by the senate Thurs- per cent with surtaxes graduated up In this country from floating their se- Confusion had arisen over the dis-

day. Their patience exhausted, Demo- to 71 per cent on net incomes in excess curities In the American market. The parity between the NRA stipulationand

cratic leaders united in administering of $1,000,000.IMMEDIATE measure is the upshot of a senatorial contracts for a 40-hour week with

a sound rebuke for his conduct on the investigation several years ago into
the United Mine Workers of America
floor. The proceedings were without comprehensive revision the nature of foreign borrowings In and the Progressive Miners' union.

recent precedence In the senate. Following railway labor act the United States.
W. J. Jenkins, president of the Illinois -
the blistering remarks hurled at to expedite and enforce the settle- A resolution ordering a federal power Coal Operators' association, said YET-This Morning No "AcidHeadache'

the Kingh'sh the senate clamped ment of commission Inquiry into rates
upon disputesjjetween the railroadsand *
his miners will receive $5 a day the -No Upset Stomach
him muz charged for electric by private
temporarily a parliamentary their employeesand energy
same wage they were paid for the
zle that reduced him silence. to power companies throughout the coun-
to safeguard the
40-hour week but they will work Scientists say this is the QUICKEST '

Senatorial veterans could not remember right of collective seven hours a day Instead of eight. SUREST and EASIEST way

a similar occasion when a sen bargaining, was recommended -' try.THE Chattanooga Tenn. Fifty-three to combat FEELING THE

ator has been subjected to the humiliation by Joseph li eral Spanish republic has coal mine operators of 'southern Ten- EFFECTS of over-indul ence-the

of such a public chorus of dis- B. Eastman, federal one of the major pillars most powerful acid neutralizer known

approval from his cullt'a ues. The co-ordinator of trans upon which It was built. Marshaled by nessee and Georgia employing 1,600 to science. Just do this:
workers met here and moved to en- TAKE-2 of Phil-
Louisianian's behavior in the senate portation, in a letterto the nominally moderate Radical party tablespoonfuls
list the support of manufacturers, lips' Milk of Magnesia in a glass of
that once was violently anti-clerical
has disgraced him in the eyes of the Representative Sam
business and professional men in pro- water BEFORE bed. In the morningtake
nation Senator Pat Harrison (Dem., Rayburn, chairman of the cortes In an uproarious session put 2 more tablespoonfuls with the .
test against a code wage amendment '
Miss.), told Huey. the housu Interstate 7,500 clergymen back on the'payroll wiping out the differential under juice of a WHOLE ORANGE. That's ,

The Klngfish screamed his protests. .... commerce committee. of the state for life. northern Tennessee and all I Tomorrow you'll feel great! /.'
>> '" Kentucky.
He shouted that Senator Harrison was "V' His outstanding recJ. For three hours before passage of Or take the equivalent amount of

the kind of man who "would stick a B. Eastman ommendations were the law which directly violates article Washington.-Recovery. Administrator Phillips' Milk of Magnesia tablets. .

26 of the constitution Premier Johnson said coal mine owners Each tablet is equal to a teaspoonfulof
knife in u friend's back and drink his these: republican -
who attempt to operate In disregardof the liquid.
blood." This brand of abuse brought The creation of a new national boardof Alejandro Lerroux's: supportersand
the recent amendment to the bituminous Get. genuine .Phillips''Milk
Majority Leader Joseph T. Robinson adjustment, divided Into four inde- the shrunken left opposition of Magnesia in the

(Dem., Ark.), Senator Bennett Clark pendent parts whose awards would be hurled insults and waved fists at each coal code establishing a seven- familiar liquid form or

Dem. enforceable in the courts other. Left filibusterers were ready hour day and higher wages would do .. ,
( Wo.), and others, to their feet the new marvelously -
and the senate rules 'were Invoked to The substitution of a new national with some 300 amendments, but the 'so "at their peril. convenient tablets. Be

stop the mouth of' the yelling Long. mediation board of three members for gag rule was voted before a single one His statement left the clear implication sure it's PHILLIPS' .
that punitive sections of the recovery the kind doctors endorse. |
the board of mediation of
lie sat down and sulked In his chair. present five was proposed. H rib
members. act would be applied. wM01SiQM
The senate has fumed for days as NOW IN TABLETOR
the excitable Long put on his typical The inclusion of all companies which A CTING under the power delegated Fairmont, W. Va.-More than 10,000 LIQUID FORM 'Z.'y

exhibitions shouting to the galleries. operate equipment or facilities or fur- to him by President Roosevelt miners failed to report for work in
nish service included within northern West Virginia as a deadlock
Thursday found almost the entire bodyin defini- under an executive order, National
tion of the terms "railroad" and Recovery Administrator Johnson approved developed between operators and
a revolt against these displays
."transportation" in the interstate com- an amendmentto miners over the wage rates to be pro-
of temperament which have.been
merce act.Provisions. vided in contracts supplanting those LOST
hampering the consideration, of Im- the bituminous coal 57 POUNDS OFFATDIDN'T
portant bills.THAT similar to those in the code imposing a five- that expired on April 1.

,- temporary emergency railroad trans- day week of 35 hours GOT

portation act of last year, insuring"the and revising Its wage ofFleet's
llaj. Gen. Benjamin D. Fou- Opposes Lessening
complete divorcement of railroad scale DOWN ON FOOD'
upward, figuredon
chief of the air corps, and oth- Power
employees and managements, In the a $5 base with differentials Fignting
ers acted in "violation of the law' In V.. '
choice of representatives to deal one :.1. .Y(
connection wIth| the proposed purchase on the entire Washington.-The Navy departmentwas "I lost 57 lbs by taking Kruschen

': of $7,500,000 worth of with the other" and providing ade- bituminous coal placed on record as opposed to the Salts and it had no ill effect on me. I

quate means for the enforcement of industry. ''The amend- modernization of the battle ships Cali- didn't cut down on a single food-I
army airplanes, is the these recommend it
provisions.The went Is subject, to a fornia and Tennessee at a cost of $20- anyone
conclusion of a subcommittee national adjustment board who is overweight.
hearing on April 9. 000,000 because of their importance as :Mrs. A.
Ropiak So.
of the
would be divided into four independentparts _''' -m.- ,
house affairs Authoritative sources fighting units of the fleet "at this MilwaukeeVisc.
military to adjust disputes. Gen. Johnson To win slender
in Washington agreed time. a ,
committee that has
that the operators would accept the M youthful figure take a
been the Admiral William H. Standley, chiefof half
investigating; teaspoonful of
matter. The subcommittee PREVENT extreme demoralization amendment, at least until after the naval operations, told the house na Kruschen Salts in a

also found that in the industry and not to cre- hearing and that the threat of a strikeis val committee at hearings on the Dar glass of hot water first

ate an artificial' shortage, Is the intent avoided at least until after that den bill for modernization of the two thing every morning. F:.,
Harry H.
\Voodring, of the production control While fat is leaving 0" '
proposals hearing by the action of the NRA head.
vessels the did not desire to have
assistant of navy you gain in strength health and I
3.s secretary physi-
piaA submitted to the
dairy Industry the
by John L. Lewis, president of the
cal charm-look
: war had attempted to the ships tied up -for two or three younger. Many physi-
"saw farm administration, administrators United Mine Workers Issued a state years In naval yards.It cians prescribe it and thousands of fat
assure competitive asserted in an appeal for national folks all over the world have
Gen. Foulois support ment praising the action of the ad- achieved
bidding[ for the air- was more important the admiral slenderness. A jar lasts 4 weeks and
for the plan. The case for limit- ministration and promising the co-op-
planes and thereby comply with the said, to keep them as fighting unitsin costs but a trifle at any drugstore. But
ing milk
supplies was In
presented a eration of the union.
law and the intent of the fleet.Violators. protect your health-make sure you get
congress. series of articles prepared by the AAA. Kruschen-it's the SAFE to
way reduce -
in question dates Officials said it would be easier for INSULL, fugitive utility and money back if not joyfully

back to the first of the year. 'Army them to let the dairy problem work Itself SAMUEL has learned that Uncle of Dry Law satisfied.

officers, asking a public works
allotment out by natural processes, but it Sam has long arms. He thought hIm- Must Serve Sentences

t to buy airplanes, made arrangements : would mean starvation for the farmer. self safe aboard the chartered freighter -

to purchase them from special They pointed out that the proposed on which he escaped from Greece, Springfield 111.-Federal Judge J. To Clear Whiten
companies without Earl Major held that the
competitive bids. repeal prohibition ,
plan would affect some 4,500,000 farm anchored at Istambul but Uncle Sam's '

Woodring, the committee decided, intervened families, whose income had been cut long arm tagged him and he was arrested amendment and subsequent

and demanded competitive in half during the depression and by the Turkish authorities. The liquor-legalizing statutes did not In- and Beautify

: bids be sought. Specifications were whose products had been selling at 40 council of ministers Immediately or- validate a sentence imposed for of-

drawn and proposals submitted to theindustry per cent below prewar "parity.", dered his extradition to the United fenses committed before the end 'of Dull SkinHere

for bids. But the army judge It is proposed that dairymen limit States. Two eminent ,Turkish lawyerson the dry law era. Counsel for EdwardM. Dingy

advocate general held the proposalsdid their output to conform with sales behalf of Insull filed an appeal with Behen, sentenced June 14, 1932 to is an inexpensive, quicker way to

not assure competitive bidding. the supreme court of Turkey againstthe serve six months but not ordered to
quotas to be allotted under the pro skin beauty-a way that has been tested
The committee contended that in so gram. For their co-operation they extradition order. But the appealwas jail until February 27, last, argued he and trusted by women for over a genera-

far as it had been able to find, Wood- would be paid benefits derived from denl d. was illegally jailed and also declared tion. You can whiten ii.9'> "" ::' :'

ring's every act was to assure free collection of an estimated $165,000,000in Unless the former utilities magnate he actually was imprisoned after the clear and freshen your 'y. ",>>f,1.'< "Asa; \:

cempetition, yet his desires were processing taxes $15,000,000 of Is able to perform some new 'wonder adoption of the Twenty-first amendment complexion remove all :<* <

thwarted.It his and half almost half- trace of blackheads freckles lwA\ '
year a flight repealing the Eighteenth. The ;:;: ,
which would be earmarked
for '
coarseness ten days|
mentioned, in addition to Foulois, distribution three way around the world has been case may be appealed. PH;
among supplemental or less. Just apply Nadi- 1 P
Brig. Gen brought to an end.THE M .
Henry Conger Pratt, chiefof relief plans, involving tuberculosis nola Bleaching Cream at I tf_ ." ;.:!>:

the army air corps' procurements eradication purchase of surplus milk Costner, Mail Robber, bedtime tonight. No massaging f:'."..::f'l< ,
divisloa. It said Foulois testi- Civil Works administration rubbing. Nadipola > ': .
gave } .
to feed undernourished city children .,. 7.' ,
; mony before the Rogers committee and and transfer of good cows to gone out of existence, and this Gets 30-Year Sentence speeds Nature, purg i; ::::;5i

an appropriations subcommittee which farms. poor relief organization became the works Charlotte N. C.-Isaac Costner ing away tan and frecklese ,l\; :, .
division of the Federal blackheads, muddy sallow.j ;;: 't.ii:
: seemed to Emergency .
conflict.CONTINUED ,
.:a Relief administration.Under Touhy mobster was sentenced to 30 color. You see day-by-day' ;iJJ/'t>+-";'

"COMMON sense recovery plan"was years in federal prison for his partIn improvement'until your skin is all you .'
this title it will use
Improvement In bus A laid before the country the $105,000 mail-truck robbery here long for; creamy-white 'satin-smooth,
...* $600,000,000 remaining from Its recent
ness activity during Get box of
February and November 15. lovely. a large NADINOLA
= March Thursday by France's aged premier grant of $950,000,000 for the year.1935
.t and .
only SOc. No
expansion of employmentand Costner had claimed he was prom; long waiting no disappointments
Gaston Doumergue.The to relief for states which
provide arc
rolls ; money-back guarantee.
pay to the 'highest point ised he "would' never serve a day" be-
share the program, which In turn to pass the money along to
latter half of 1931 were an- cause he turned state's evidence in the
was officially approvedby cities and counties.
; .
ou ced by the Commerce department Factor kidnaping trial but this was
In a special councilof For a month district agents have
one business eo< its most optimistic reportsn ministers at Elysee been working to perfect the machinery denied by government officials., .
since 1930.
; The palace, is comparableIn r+ a JF.oy for the change.

/ In February average the weekly wage was $19.81 scope with Russia's Meanwhile, administration officials Polish Airmen Claim EDGE j I%" 4xxi' 'yr(17 ; DUIItfI!
highest since 1931. five-year plan and made it clear that industry was not
The kurly rate of 55.8 cents 'hour Record for Duration
per America's NRA. It re- expected to take up the whole slack: ... rrSpiininq
was within 4.1 cents of r >fritf=TT i .:y "saLfA? ? February the for-
flects, however, the of unemployment, absorbing Warsaw.-Two Polish balloonists
19 Q. "
wa's The employment improvement typical distrust of experiments mer CWA workers in a dayREPRES'ENTATIVES Capt. Janusz and Lieut. Warzak, an- Headaches
throughout manufactur- nounced they had broken the world's
by the U"tshe learned why she was always
t ing Industries. Seventy-seven of the of the flour in bal -and found
French peasant. It is record for a duration flight a out about
89 NR Tablets
manufacturing industries -. to Nature'sRemedy).Now she
reported op- loon of 750 meters by remainingaloft fine with
marked by the same cubic alcrjg everybody. This safe, depend
Iiicrenaod employment In February and simplicity and ab- Gaston erate without a code of fair competi 27 hours 45 minutes. able all-vegetable laxative brought quick relief
79 reported higher total wages. When Doumergue tion. Their rejection of the ABA and of and quiet nerves because it cleared her system
The international
sence of ballyhoo present recognized poisonous wastes-made bowel action
classified into 14 major: groups only ,AAA marks the first refusal of an en- easy and regular. Thousands take NR
X:,'. which has characterized all of "Gastounet's" record was established by a Frenchman It's such daily.
the a sure, pleasant
food group did not make tire Industry to accept the adminis- corrective. Mild
: an em- actions since the dramatic Jules Dubois, In 1922 at 23 hours non-habit-forming. *\ << *
(, ptoymeat or pay roll gain. tration's recovery plans. The decisionto .No badaftcr-
f..., I.r.' February morning when he arrived In 28 minutes. effects. At your .
ahead without NRA affiliation .
go ,
the Civil war littered capital. dmggist's-25c. : "
: "OOAK the rich" forces were defeated came after nearly nine months of
f'':' Thursday when the The French program is based on fruitless negotiations with the NRA Hand Loading in Mines "TUMS''. Quick relief for acid indiees-
,'. ate sen- the theory that if the government puts ton heartburn.Only lOc.
rejected an and AAA officials.
amendment to the rev Its own house in order and minds its Gives More Employment
1 enue bill by Senator La Wig Government officials were represented -
i.2\ .. .' eonsin own 'business, industry will recover by Carbondale, 111.-To increase em-
"r, Republican for a big Increase as considering a legal test If the
:'-:,\:: hi surtax rates. Itself.It millers do not reopen negotiations. ployment and improve the conditionof ,(Wherever the Itching

V :. _' The all boils down to a question of restoring mined coal the Raylor Coal com- Whatever the Cause '
vote was 47 to 38. The There was some talk that the millers ::
party but the
confidence methodslaid
lineup shewed Democrats might be put under a license. pany abandoned machine loading for

I'-::: publicans and one Farmer-Laborite, 10 Re-for down for achieving this purposeare The millers contend that the code hand loading which required Increas- ResinolRelieves
.' nothing short of revolutionary for
; the amendment with 30 Democrats offered would have brought ruin to ing the number of workers from 175
:, France. The keystone In Doumergue'sedifice
and 17 Republicans against It the industry and would have forced to more than 300. It Is reported hand It Quickly
: of recovery Is the leveling of .
Estimated to produce $185,000,000 government expenditures down to In- up prices of flour beyond the ability loading may be adopted in other south- 11 Sample free.Write ReslnolDept.5B _II

additional revenue, the La Follette of consumers to pay. ern Illinois mines. Baltlmore. Md.
come, means eliminating Imme-
C by Western Newspaper UnUn.

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Totals $420,103,481.
Back in FavorThe

i By Frances Parkinson Keyes I federal Washington.government-March reached Income a of three-the

r year high, totaling $420,103.481, the

C Treasury department reported. The
WNU Service. ::
:: Frances Parkinson Keyes income was the highest; since .June,

:: E 1031, when It amounted to $.*>12.803772. ,-

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" she Despite the higher Income expenditures of liquid laxatives. People have
SYNOPSISAt "Aren't you well, Anne? "Listen, Anne, he went on, as
"Yes. But 1-I feel a little faint I stared at him, apparently too stunnedto of the government during March learned that the right dose of a

think 1 had better go home." answer, ."I must ask you to believe showed a slight decrease! from February properly prepared liquid laxative will
in the community, bring
a dance, a visitor a perfect movement without
Neal Conrad, young lawyer, is impressed by "Too bad-but never mind I I'll that I haven't gone about this-with and were well under the nearly i I any discomfort at the time, or after.
Anne Chamberlain, pretty daughter of a shiftless drive you back through the Bois malice and forethought, so to speak. $1.000.000,000 outpourings of funds. in

farmer preceiving her fine character. A You'll feel better moving about In the When I came to your house last spring, January Expenditures in March The dose of a liquid laxative can
few days later she accompanies him and his I pitied you, and admired you, andI were SC10.233.1)37: : : against; $035,221-: : be varied to suit the needs of the
the It Is frightfully hot. And heat
hostess Mrs. Griffin, on a picnic. At eno air. "
individual. The action
I wanted to have a good time. 85G in February and $1)' in can thus be
his love. At Wash- you
of the day Neal declares always seems so much worse, out of A child is
ington. on their honeymoon, the Conrads meet That was the reason I persuaded Neal January. regulated. easily given the

Clarence Hathaway friend of Neal's,. young season. to,bring you here, and the only reason.I With the heavy receipts In March, right dose: And mild liquid laxativesdo
: diplomat. The couple start housekeep He made no objections, expressedno not irritate the kidneys.
In he said hope very, very much that you will the total Income of the federal government
ing. Anne's health begins to fail. Neal. en- surprise. fact nothingat -
grossed in politics, does not notice. She realizes all until they had reached the little believe this." for the first nine months of Doctors are generally agreed that
she is to be a mother. While Neal b "I do believe It," said Anne. the current fiscal year to March 31 senna is a natural laxative. It does
away, Anne has visit from an old friend. lake where so many happy bourgeois "But I was very lonely. I'd been was $2.305.704.722.; against SI,522,229.- not drain the systemtlike the cathartics .
Mr. Goldenburg. In Neal's absence he take J lovers hire boats and row placidly that leave so thirsty. Dr.Caldwell's .
through a dreadful domestic experience 494 In the corresponding period of the you
charge of the situation. Neal is in an agony about. Then he stopped the car. Syrup Pepsin is a liquid
of remorse over his neglect. Their son is born --" previous fiscal year. Expendituresrose
"We may as well have this out now, laxative which relies on senna for its
In the ensuing eight years Neal's law practice "And want me to do the from $3.777.067.9013 a toIS48.004.417
now year ago
and his positiou in politics both mount. A Anne," he said, quietly, "I'd prefer to laxative action. It gently helps the
uAughter has been born to Anne, but her take you to my apar"nent, but of same thing to Neal that your wife did $ this fiscal year average person's bowels back to

1j-Y: bcavtv .is fading. Clarence Hathaway, now in course you'd refuse to go. We can sit to'you?" A deficit of $190.120.4.G; was shown regularity.
t::'..:.: '!, a diplomatic in Paris, visits the Conrads. of which made
post She had scored. But, after a moment's in March, part was up
t>', ." He reproaches Neal for allowing Anne to on that bank. You can always get Dr. Caldwell's
still in the nation's
went increase public
hesitation he on, by an
< "stagnate," and suggests Neal and Anne. take He spread out a light wrap she had Syrup Pepsin at any drug store,ready .
a holiday, with him in France. brought with her. and motioned to her, speaking calmly. "Since you put It so debt to another post-war high of $2G- for use. Member N. R. A.

!!I. to sit down. crudely, I suppose I do now. But I 157.509M)2compared!) !) with the peakof

"Well. he still never dreamed it was going to come $2 .G.701G48! in August 31, 1919.
questioned lightly
Tenn. Red
-Paymester cob
,, CHAPTER VIIIContinued18 when looking a protest but utteringnone to that. To be perfectly frank, I didn'tthink Treasury deficit for the first nine Hickory King, yellow Dent $2 bushel

.'" N., she had settled herself, "Have you had it in you to attract me, months 'of the 1934 fiscal ;year stoodat Central Basin Seed Co., Fayetteville, Tenn. y141Ela

: < ':., As I soon as she had the proper you actually realized at last that I am In the sense of making me--want you. $2.542.299.095.! This compares witha

;ti ... toilette, Clare gave a luncheon In, his in love with you?" Well, I was mlsta:: e !. But even so, I1 deficit of S2.254.82S.41G for the corresponding \
which the ''ambassador would have of the '1933 fiscal a.
apartment to She nodded, her eyes filling with don't believe matters goneas period

,I and the ambassadress came as "honor far as this If I hadn't begun to see j par.
tears. .. Bring Back That Satisfied
guests" though it was really in honor "Don't cry, Anne. There'll be nothing that-I attracted you, too." ;

of Neal and Anne. Thus launched. to cry about you'll see. And "You don't," cried Annex "Oh, how Huge Amount Paid to SMILE O.F' YOUTH !
they found themselves approaching the such dreadful things I '
you feel sure Neal doesn't suspect at you say e
Grande Semaine with a new circle of all?" never loved anyone but Neal, never In World War Veterans ,

delightful acquaintances.Anne "How could he?" she asked simply. 1 all my life WKy, I wouldn't even Washington.Veterans of the World Tired? No pep? Listless after

learned to ride-Clare had two "You mean it would never occur to finish that dance with.,you because I war during the fiscal years 1932 and the work day? Feel yourself \

horses so there was always one,at her suddenly remembered that the 'B ant1- 1933 received bounties from 1 their government slipping losing your attrac.! "

disposal. She learned to drive Clare's ful Blue Danube' was the very first totaling $1,495,004,854. tion to the other sex? Then- -

. Mercedes. Neal had never thought waltz Neal and I ever had together. This huge sum paid out of the federal :try MAREVETA.

she "would be able to manage" the . I very nearly didn't come treasury in only two years was The" unique potency of "El

Dodge, but now he saw that he had out with you today at all. I hesitateda shown In figures made available by the Cobo" the great Bahama Conch,

been mistaken. Watching her develop- long time. If Neal hadn't In-i United States Veterans' bureau. has been known to natives of ,';

ment, he realized that Clare had not sisted ." Included in the figure. $304,162,994 the South Seas and the West

said half that might be said about her "Exactly. If you weren't In love paid out to veterans as a "bonus' under Indies for centuries. Now, for 'J
the first time Science has
possibilities. Well, he would never 4. with me you wouldn't be self-con the adjusted compensation certificate centrated the, powerful virtuesof con-

.' make the old mistakes again. They scious about motoring with me or jok- system. Exclusive of this sum. this food-tonic and gives it

:- were going home now, very soon. and ing with me, or having me close to you the total I spent for aiding disabled ,veterans to you in MAREVETA laden --

when they did in a dance. You wouldn't be here and their dependents during the with vitamins, protein, calcium,' ,i I
11 "
'''- Anne came Into the room waiting VI, listening to me now. Anne two years was $1.130,901,800. phosphorus, iodine, sulphur and

.: y:\ for his i praise.: In the deepening twilight he leaned These figures do not take into account other minerals and essences valuable ? 11

.. "I don't dare kiss you, darling," he t suddenly towards her, and flung his any of the sums paid to the in the conservation of

'- hand- # arms about her. Then, abandoning all and vital forces.
.! mumbled behind his enveloping veterans of the Spanish-American
restraint, he kissed her, over and over ORDER YOURS TODAY .
this darned Civil .
n : kerchief. "Sure to give / wars.Longshoremen's a.
\f; :t each bottle
\ with your name and address
"a: : : waiting for you. Have a good time. violence of the embrace, prelimnary StrikeIs \\on separate sheet of paper, enclosing .'.;
struck her like a blow. advertisement. ,
R,';, She found Clare leaning against the caress, {this F
But with a sickening sense of self- Settled by BoardSan
boxlike desk of the'concierge.. chatting :
horror she realized that she had made ,
with that functionary. L\ Francisco.-Peaceful settlementof
effort to from It LABORATORIES INC. a
"Neal has a cold," she said as they no determined escape ; a threatened strike of 12,000! Pacific ,

.... '-, shook hands, "he couldn't risk going I. that she bad, for a moment, actually coast longshoremen was announced by Miami, FloridaMail

t!":::;::';' out, 'of course. But he insisted that. I responded to It; realized also that Henry F. Gray, chairman of a medi-

,-t .J)." should,come,,just the same." Clare, still holding her, was speakingto ation board named by President Itoose-
voice vibrant with triumph,
her in a Order
,."::, "Naturally. I should never have for Then, Abandoning All Restraint, He \elt.
";; given you If you hadn't. Kissed Her, Over and Over Again, "You see-he whispered. "Anne Under an agreement reached by dock "What, now, boss?"
darling, won't you admit-for you do "Golf supplies by mail. Be carefulIn
They were soon skimming out on the Mouth. workers and shipping companies,
that love me. You wouldn'thave the balls.
see you addressing
towards the Champs-Elysees. Today Grady said, the employers recognize
him that his best friend would try to kissed back If you didn't. I'll
", Clare was driving himself-it was a the International Longshoremen's -
wife?" make everything very easy for you,
long time, Anne realized, since she had approach-his and contract to enter Into 47eeps
A more meaning word had been on about the children and all that. Neal
. seen his discreet little chauffeur. collective bargaining with it, while, on MercolizedWaxAbsorb
, the tip of his,tongue. He had softened wouldn't take them from you. He'll
"Ar.fl: !o--you're really leaving Tues- the other hand the union withdraws _
It just in time. I I either find, when he gets home, that
day?" Clare asked. Us demands for a closed shop.
"Of course it wouldn't occur to him. he's dead politically once and for all,

.,." "I suppose: so. He would never do such a thing him as I rather suspect, or he'll throw hIm-
/ "You sound as If were sorry. '
: self." self Into his career again, and forget Spanish Priests Backon
.' .
: "Oh. Clare-how could help
. ,- anyone "You're probab'o': right Neal, ,with about you, as he's done before In of State
'\ being to leave Paris for HinsDOTO Payroll
: "sorry all his faults, is Intrinsically honest.. either case, you'll be left to face that
: ? Also, he is not oversexed.* Which awful isolation and drudgery, and yon Madrid.-The liberal Spanish republic

,,' There was real grief 'In her voice ; makes it the easier for him to be know you can't: do that. You kno f discarded one of the major pillars

: but the next Instant she tried to catch honest. you want to stay here with me, In thl< upon which it was built. The cortes

- back the words. "You shan't speak of Neal like beautiful bright city, where you've begun In an uproarious session put 7.500 clergymen

I "Of course I'm counting the days that !1" flashed Anne, "as If It were to live for the first time. One back on the payroll of the Skin Young

until I see Junior and Nancy. If I ridiculous to be honest and-and decent we were married, every, one would for. state for life. blemishes and discoloration using

could only have had them here too It !1" get all about It, If we behaved our The law appropriates 10,000,000 pesetas particles Mercolized of Wax aged daily skin as are directed.freed Invisible and all ,

_. ,.' would have been quite perfect." "It isn't ridiculous. But it's sometimes ., selves." (about $2,187,200) annually for defects such blackheads,tan,freckles and! :
.tt:: :' largo pores disappear. Skin is then beautt
::: "Well, I can understand that the Inadequate. I I (TO BE CONTINUED.) pensions to the clergy. About 7,500 fully clear, velvety and so soft-face looks i ,
iiii.t. sort of existence you were leading priests who were removed from the years younger. Mercolized Wax brings out i
hidden beauty.At all leading drnggista.i
rjf. \ when I came to your house last spring payroll when the church and state your Powdered Saxoliter iI 4

\8.' might pall a good deal now." Prehistoric Picture, "Etched" on Stone, were separated will get 2,000 pesetas Reduces wrinkles and other age ei gns.SimI /1 41

"And if it hadn't been for you," she Excites Interest of Archeologists (about $273 per year each for the rest I witch bate one and ounce use daily Saiolato w face in half-pint lotion* II | ,'

of their lives).
said ,with eager gratitude. "I never

would have had a glimpse, perhaps, of
From the chance finding of an Indian neath. To his astonishment he founda OverSevenHour U'anUd-Used garden tractors, farm light
any other kind of existence !I.Yon. Miners Rejoice plants, etc, trade for new and used garden
persuaded Neal to give me this wonderful arrow head when a boy of six- recognizable etching of a mammothas tractors, light plants, outboard motors, engine -
teen the late Henry Douglas Paxsonof well as other picture-writing and Workday attachments, lawn mower, refrigerators -
I ,etc.
,chance. can't ever thank you engines I grinders
enough." Holicong, Pa., developed a collec- hieroglyphics. Archeologists thought Washington.-On April 2, a holiday Trading Co., 007 Swann Avo., Tampa, Fla.

tion of objects pertaining to man's activities the stone a hoax. ,that for 36 years has commemoratedthe
"Don't try, he said lightly "It hasn't
'". that has literally unearthed Nine, years later the same farmer beginning of the eight-hour day In SOYBEANS bushel lots delivered; Toklo
been a dull summer for me, either you J2 Monmouth Yellow $2.20; Laredo JJ.ll.
relics, Including the unearthed another :
remarkable piece of stone coal
Industry more
know. Ah-here we are." many the bituminous Central Basin Seed JFuyettevllle, Tenn.
mysterious Lenape stone. This stone, smaller but similar, with a jagged than half a million miners celebratedthe

); He helped her out of the motor, and in. the opinion of archeologists, may edge that matched up exactly with inauguration of a seven-hour work- BIO MAIL OF SAMPLES

..- : they passed through' the arched entrance throw back many years the approxi- the original find. Mr. Paxson was Ing day. The holiday Is known as Money making offers etc., from everywhere -
y. ;: of the Chateau de Madrid. In Send 10 cents: we do the re't.Re aIStrv1ce
mate date of man's existence In this elated, for here was absolute proofof "Mitchell day," la honor of the first Co., Box 639. Atlanta, Georgia. '
,! a moment, a garcon who had waited
.. part of the world. the authenticity of his relic. Again president of the United Mine Workersof
;: : on them
;; before and whose flashing
The Lenape stone Is housed with he went to archeologists, and this America.
f.- 5r'. smile gave them welcome, began bring ------CUT ME OUT------.
thousands of other objects in the time there was much wonder but no andyour11andmatlmewithlOncoinorsteen
: Ing in I1S
: tea and little cakes. The
orchestra In Holicong. Not only did bit to LORD A AMES. I no., 1I
Paxson home dispute. the second I name and address
was playing, most unusually a Rumania's Maize Crop 360 H.Michigan Av.BO.,Chle.&o.I will bring 1
slow and Into this collection poured old of stone remove all possibility of faking ;you: a generous sample of Loray: Face Pow- |

/ r,'', pushed back ancient his chair waltz.and Clare rose hinges locks, fireinsurance.plaques, I but proved in addition that the Hurt by Wet WeatherBukharest.Rumania's I dot beautY and Loratono creaw. Also the marvelous details how aU-purJIOse to make thDO. I I
Implements, cooking utensils relic of great shaped 115.00 to 110.00 n week oxtra in your span ..
was age, being
,' "Shall we dance?" he asked. farming export of ----------------------
She and even milestones acquired per- from a variety of slate not found In that
nodded, and rising, laid her arm maize, which ranks second only to
lightly on his sleeve, as they walked sistently over a period of years the region since prehistoric times. of the Argentine, will be considerably !

over to the parquet. Then she slipped through the renovizing of country Archeologists who had' been disbe smaller In 1934 than in 1933, due to un ADVICE TO WOMEN

into his arms. Be was a remarkably roads Purchasers of old colonial lieving now marveled at the crudely favorable winter weather and the virtual Mrs. J. IL Brown: of 304
fine dancer dwellings and barns in the district etched mammoth, an animal thoughtto Hanover SL, Wilmington
and cent
closely held, she folLowed certainty that at least 25 per N. C., says: "I bad periodic \
his sure and graceful lead for a search in vain for keys and locks and have been extinct long before any of the crop has been spoiled. by damp- S : distress, would double j
few moments without speaking Then hinges to doors. Somewhere In the trace of man had been discovered on ... 'h up with pain! and head I 1,
ness. so severe
0'r, suddenly she raised her head. tangled mass of trophies In the old Buckingham township soil. What could ': '+ '>, thought aches were I would lose my
"Isn't barn such relics lie hidden. be meaning of : -\ mind. I became more nervous -
that 'The Beautiful Blue Dan Paxson the this old picture Cross Ocean in Small Boat Jf each time, would always -

ube' they're playing One day a farmer of Buckingham writing? Did it date the mam- Hamilton, Bermuda.-Five British ,- be compelled to go I
"Yes. The best waltz: ever written. township In plowing his field struck a moth much later, or throw man back' to bed. I obtained such great relief after
who sailed from Hong
naval officers Pierce' Favorite Titmtoynahort J I
Dr. .
)robably." small stone. It was no ordinary fieldstone many centuries? Or was It, perhaps, taking it seemed heavenly.
fifty-four-foot ketch, "
kong last May In a [ ,
. "Would-would you mind very much but very flat, thin and smooth.He an Illustration produced by some forgotten the TaSmoshan, have arrived safely In token sizer tablets bottle 50 I cbrUQuJeii.pp [
r If we didn't finish it? If-If we didn't took It to Mr. Paxson. who scrapedoff Indian for an old tale?-Philadelphia : New I
finish our. tea?' the dirt, disclosing scratcher be- Ledger. J

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The Clewiston News THE INIQUITOUS DEFICIENCY the schools would get it. Political Announcements' ,
JUDGMENT.The At best we have nothing to gain TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY

and a whole lot to lose. "In the FOR REPRESENTATIVE \
Published every: Friday in Clewiston, Arcadian has long held and big counties it is just the opposite. _
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, frequently argued that the deficiency They have everything to gain and To the citizens of Hendry County:
announce myself as a
I hereby
Inc. judgment was one of the most iniquitous nothing to lose. The schools are from
institutions in about the fix. lose f ; 'rJ candidate for representative "q'
permitted under same They
I in 1935 Legislature "
Hendry county
Keathley Bowden, Editor the law of the states, and more nothing if they don't get what they IlLi\; RUSSELL subject to the Democratic Pri- I

especially as it is applied in Florida, are after. For that reason the. KAY mary June 5th.I .

where boom-time prices' and depres- schools and the big. counties have' believe this county needs a representative -
Entered as second class mall mat- sion settlements have for years an affinity of Interest which will who will be active, pro-
This week ladies and I
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post brought ruin to thousands of pur-I lead them to make common cause in shall gentlemen gressive and always on the alert to
allow a g\iest artist to conduct '
Office in Clewiston, Florida, und chasers of land. the coming election shrdl shrdlhrdthe this care for all legislative' matters affecting ...
column. I
the Act of March 3, 1897. It is indeed pleasing, then, to be coming legislative elections. But take genuine pleasurein the county or its people; as
presenting "The Parable of theCow
: well one who will'work for the
able to record that a New York supreme their Interest is not the interest of "
I written by J. M. Hunter, pub- betterment of the state as a whole.If .
Subscription, rate, $2.00 per year. court jurist, Justice Paul the small county taxpayer and he lisher of, the Bandera, Texas, "New elected I promise my best energy ,_
Advertising rates.on. application. Bonynge: recently declared that the would do well to look well before he I Era." If this isn't a masterpiece, oromethin' and ability for all of Henrfry county.

deficiency judgment was a "shock to leaps aboard this new political then I don't know anything .- Your vote and support will be appre-
the conscience," in an opinion in bandwagon. Fort Myers News- about literature. Here it is: ciated.

Devoted to the advancement and which he set aside such a judgmentin Press. ... Ten men who were financiers chip- CHARLIE LOVVORN

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry the sum of $10,000.. The case as ped in $10.00'hach and bought a cow (Paid Political Advertisement)

County. described parallels many Florida CANOE TRIP DOWN KISSIMMEE that gave 10 gallons of milk each

cases. day. Each man received one gallon a SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
In the case in point a judgmentof All the hardy spirit of our pion- day as his share.Neighbors FOR
Florida candidate
Claude Pepper, $10,000 was given the plaintiffin eers is not dead. Two Fort Myers
ought to shake hands with Milt foreclosure of involving youths, Gerald: :Moody and "Red"Russell t 1 I heard about this wonderful I have announced my candidacyfor
Sault, Iowa candidate-Tampa Tri- a mortgage are no'\V on their way down cow and began expressing the the office of member of School
bune. Voters in two states, then, this amount, including interest, the Kissimmee river in an adventurous wish that they could also share in Board of Hendry County.

have a chance to put a little spicein I after the property involved had I canoe trip' on which they planto ;t. "What a wonderful return' on a I M. E. VON MACH

Congress. I been sold at legal auction and bid collect snakes, 'alligators and '$10.00 investment," they reasoned.: ,---- ---

T in for the sum of $500. In his opin- other wild life of the region. Theyare Noting how eager others were to FOR REPRESENTATIVE

Admiral Byrd says the perils' of ion the New York judge characterized going from Kissimmee down ret in on a good thing, the ownersof

his isolation study meteorological such 'an auction sale as a tra- the river of the same 'name to the the cow went into a huddle. "Let's I hereby announce myself as a I

conditions, like Mark Twain's vesty. The maker of the mortgage, Lake,-Okeechobee' and thence via 'I give these folks what they want," candidate for State Representativefrom

death, are greatly exaggerated.' But he said, had been caught in a male- Moore Haven and Diston Canal to one said.: "Our shares in the cow cost I Hendry county, subject to the
that won't keep us from heaving a strom of economic forces which 'were the Caloosahatchee river and Fort $10.00 each. We can 'sell others at will of the voters in' the June pri-
sigh of relief when he rejjoins his
nation-wide in their operation. She Myers.. the same.price.." mary 1934.Experience.
comrades.If .
They were taken to Kissimmee is valuable, and if I
contracted an obligation which So they had 1,000 certificates
printed -
by motor. Their winding
am elected to this important officeI
there's any consolation in real- was payable in gold, and since the trail will take them over the route each gqod'for one share in the will be able to use to a great ad-
aren't all alone in contract was made the very posses- cow. They had no trouble
izing you your travelled: by pioneers of the region, selling themat vantage the experience I gained as
misery, those of you with measles sion of the gold with which she was not so many years ago. They ex- $10.00 each for everyone had heardof your representative in the 1931 session ': :

should be thoroughly consoled. The supposed to pay had been made a pect to take a month for the 250 the wonderful cow and wanted to of the Legislature, when the

Public Health Service in Washington crime.' mile trip. They carried a light invest. questions of gasoline tax division,
reports 36,362 NEW cases of "Every day the real estate stock of staple provisions, camping
ex- People fought each other to buy racetrack. tax division, and other
measles- in 47 states during'one change witnesses the solemn but equipment and hunting and fishing these shares and soon 500 had been equally important,, questions came

week. I costly farce of offering many parcelsof equipment. Russell, former presi- sold. The original owners, then decided before the Legislature.

valuable realty, which go, to the dent of the Fort Myers Archery 'to divide the other 500 shares I believe that the next session f
Insull is enroute to the USA as a without Club, has a good supply of bows themselves will be the most Important in the
a single .competing as a reward for
virtual prisoner. Nila Crum Cook and arrows, with which he expecctsto history of Florida, as there is bound ..
being smart. This
judge each
pointed out.
gave man 51 '
Hutching, and her newly acquired provide game in true Indian to be legislation concerning Fin-
Some judges would no doubt hold fashion shares besides the cash from the sale
husband have officially separated.But I ance, Taxation, Bond Settlementsand
the that this New York supreme court The two youths will have an of 50 shares.
worst we have heard lately ex- School Relief. I feel qualifiedto
from Sister Aimee 'is that her justice was "unconstitutional," but perience worth while and will be ., Then one of them began to worry. serve you in such matters, and

friends are planning to erect a his conclusions sound logical and the envy of scores. who would like I "Listen fellows," he said, "every one will appreciate your vote and influence -

,Temple for her in Florida.So are eminently humane.-The Arca- to go and do likewise. I 'vho has purchased a share in the throughout the campaign.

dian. cow is going' to expect a gallon of ELBERT L. STEWART.

far 'no witness has explained MORAL: BE PREPARED milk. She only ,gives 10 gallons and

historic Wirt dinner party. That SMALL COUNTIES TAKE: when we try to divide that among all

might explain all, says the Miami In the summer months of 1933we the shareholders, each man will 're- J I 'OU, ; : ) lT
Herald. We do notice one witness were told that Florida would cefve{ less than a teaspoonful. Shares @

said, that practically 'all the talk- have the best winter season in years will drop to nothing over night.. We'd I Counselor and Attorney; at Law

ing was done by Wirt himself, who small counties of Florida and that more people were interested -I' better unload these other 500 shareswe Hopkins Building

the began guests a monologue, shortly after should be warned at once that the in the state than ever before. We have while we still are' able to do I Wednesdays and Saturdays
were seated and
kept it "
so. :I 9:30 to 4:00
up from "soup to nuts." legislative program on which the had heard such predictions before I ,
school people are going into politicsis and so paid little attention to the So they got busy and sold all but l I
a big, county trick devised to their original one share, They collected .
t ,
up- new -
Even on the heels of a not so big set the ''distribution crop. an additional $5000.00 in cash. I I :N:N M:N:11:N:N:1.:N:1:N:M:N:N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N.
present of the In September a few early comers
citrus season comes the report of Night was drawing near and.one.
gasoline tax.Whether began looking for Houses to be rent- I i I II
the grapefruit'canning !
industry: than said: "There's bound to be a big
Canners report they have orders for the leaders of the school ed. We were n'ot even prepared to row at milking time. We'd better hold i

all the grapefruit. they can put up, program movement know that or show our houses. In October and a directors' meeting. Let's hurry out Good Farm
and at a profitable price. What not we are not prepared to charge. November they came in larger num- and get proxies from each share- I

about the Everglades? Doesn't that But we suspect that they do. Their bers and in late November Miami an- holder authorizing us to vote their

give us a cue? Surely no, section of- ,leader is from Miami and the big nounced the season was six weeks stock as we think best." I Land t

fers more opportunity ItO'the can- 'sh'ots in his councils, of war are ahead of normal. Knowing Miami's It was an easy matter to secure j r? ::1
ning industry than this. .
from St. Petersburg, Jacksonville spirit, we still remained doubtful.By the proxies. Then they met at the I

and other big county centers. That Christmas vacant houses were barn just about milking time and pro i for Rent

Editors often have a hard time may be only a coincidence but it is a becoming scarce, and" some hotels ceeded to hold a directors' meeting. :

keeping abreast of the news, but it coincidence not calculated to influ- were not only open but were actually' They formed a company and elect- j

seldom happens that a wedding ence them against the plan for making expenses for the first time t d, from among their number, a pres-

gives them trouble. Weddings gen- which they are, ballyhooing. in December. During the holidays, ident, a treasurer and eight vice
erally go off pretty, much as they presidents. A motion was made to al-
i they continued to come. In Januarywe
are scheduled, but there's What they want is a cent and ahalf
always low officer of |
each a salary one gallon
realized that business
of the tax to financehe was better
the exception that gas help
proves the rule. ,
of milk each for his services j
than for two or three years of difficulties
i A neighboring daily ran into sucha schools. Three-quarters of a -
I The motion carried without
was a
situation last week. One day the cent they would take from the. road still made us ,skeptical. .
cissenting, vote. I
paper, at the request of a young department's three cent share of Last year the bank moratoriumhad And then they milked the cow. Trespassers
couple, announced the couple's en- the seven-cent tax and three quar- taken the crowd hardly beforeit I
gagement. Next day, the father of had gotten here. Something H' Will Be
trs of a cent from the three centsno was Nate Reece of the Arcadian, Arcadia -
the boy, denied the announcement.That sure still to happen. February has I
wreturned to ounties'in
payment states "The wiles and "'
night the ways
girl telephoned and Prosecutedthe
for come and gone. Every house, apart- I(
roads which
announced that the engagement they have of high finance are complex and devi-
was off. And the, next night the built for the state. ment and hotel ''room have been ous and few there are among the |t

man, married some other gal. Taking three quarters of a cent filled since January and the season proletariat who understand them." j :

and all 'on a two weeks' vacation. fro, mthe road department might dono remains at its"peak., J. M. Hunters "Parable of the

harm except to the, roads but The most skeptical has been' con- Cow" however, tells the story in a \(

DID SHE SET AN EXAMPLE? taking anything at all from the vinced that Florida has definitely language that all can grasp. The i I

other fund threatens plenty of, harm "turned the corner"., There is a large moral is: "It is more profitable to I

Asserting that"she was "tired of for the general taxpayer. If it upsets amount of "nibbling" being done for milk the public than it is to milk the I II

gamblers taking money from needy the applecart-the small county -: real estate buys. Whether many cow. But rather than overlook any I

men," Mrs. Charles Gower, a church gravy train, they call it in the j sales will be made this winter is bets, the smart financier takes no .

worker in Cartersville\ Ill., ,went into big counties-it will take away the I doubtful because the pshychology of chances-he milks 'em both. !: I Clewiston

,{. a place, in her town., pretended to big counties-it will take away'from the depression hangs on. Florida -- -

:;" .. have a pistol, and lined sixteen men the property owners of some 50 has made great ..strides'in the last NO'1'IGE OF A1TMCATIOX hOlt TAX
'c, six months'and pendIng HEEl : Company
against the wall, while she destroyed counties i nthe state most ,of the ,a calamity I I

.=' all the cards ,she could find,' wreckIng tax reduction they have gained during nothing can retard her future pro NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN, That 'j.J'I

: the gambling equipment, and the past two years. gress.-Delray Beach News. E A. SCHUL.T, holder of Tax Certi- t I iiN --,
: ficate No. 848, 7th day of July i> I
gathered up enough money to, reim- That's what the big ,counties have A D. 1930. has filed said certificate i" ': :1.N:":":.':.1:':.":.":":.1:1:,N 11NNN, :11:N:11:
burse her for the money her son been trying to do by hook or crook, NOTICE in my office and made application for I
tax deed to issue thereon in accord- :
took into the 'dive. When she de- in the last two sessions of the legis-I ance with law Said certificate ,m- j

parted, she took her son ,home with lature. They have had no success Notice 'is hereby given that an braces the following described property .'. .. VV, .. ..
election will be held at the situated in Hendry County, Flor- j l ..

; ,- her.The news dispatch reporting the and next there time until was they no success got the in schools sight : voting, place in Special School, usual Tax ida.The to-wit assessment: Lot 11 of Block said 172 New and UsedFURNITURE t; '

I I District Number seven Hendry der the said certificate Clewlston.l. .f'
incident did not tell to front for them. Now
what the authorities they are County, Florida, on Tuesday the the name of Mrs. J. E. :;:

: did to 'Mrs. Gower, but if beginning to take hope. The hope I 8th day of May A.' D. 1934 for the deemed Unless according-said certificate to law, .tax deed I .0. f::

a thing like that should happen In will be justified to the extent that purpose of electing three Special will issue thereon on the 23rd day of I .!. ..
Florida Mrs. Gower would pay heavIly small county candidates ,for the School Tax Trustees and for the April. A. D. 1934. :
.' for the damage she did. It is the legislature fall for the plot. purpose of determining the amount I 1934.Dated'' this 23rd day of March A. D. !:: BELLE I
dive-keeper who gets the protection, These candidates are being askedto of millage to be assessed In said WILLIAM T. HULL, I :!:
not the mother Special Tax district, for the next two (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court, :'
of a' boy lured into pledge themselves in advance to :
County. Florida
; the gambling places to spend hismother's vote for the school plan. When they No. 18 Mar. 23, 30, Apr. 6, 13, 20.
money. do they pledge themselves to transfer -- j y
Mrs. Gower, uniquely enough, be- from* the 'state gasoline tax too Chairman Instruction Board of Public :: Belle Glade, Florida :;:
'' Hendry
;.; lieves' that such places should not the local property owner a considerable ty, Florida. ESTIMATES FURNISHE-;ON .1.: Next Door To Theatre !
exist. She said after her si glehanded'raid i levy which we have recently ATTEST REQUEST : :

','\ that, she sought to discourage been escaping. E. L. STALLINGS, I .
.". .'. X
:, : .. "professional gamblers What it means to Lee county is Supt. Public Instruction. C. E. STEBEL ; .'" .'. . .

" preying on C. W., A:' workers" and this: If the distribution plan is No. 21-Apr. 13, 20, 27; May 4, 11.SEA ,,

b that she knew that ,her son was in knocked out by tampering with Itas electrical Contracting Watches Clocks, Jewelry
the place. is likely-nearly $100:; OO In additional K Clew 1st on DniK. Company '
.t, :' If Mrs. Gower's taxes would :: PHONE 2121 Jewelry ?
example should be immediately be FOOD MARKET ::: Repairing
r': followed_ by church workers in every saddled in Lee county property own- I PAHOKEE, FLORIDA W. H. MERRITT
;r" .town in the country: maybe it would ers. That would be so that the :: LUNCHES A

r occur to public officials that the schools would benefit by $25,000.In J :: Agent for WATCHMAKER & JEWELER ,

people in general would really like the event that the whole distri- :.:: J. G. MARTIN GENERAL ELECTRIC Rear orCLEWISTON ""'

If. '. 'to see, vice dens eliminated from bution plan was not upset, the additional is FIRST DOOR NORTH POOLE'S GRO. .v. REFRIGERATORS \ FLORIDAP.
their' communities ::: RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES O. Box' 521ctVe
"' Melbourne levy against Lee county property LABELLE. FLORIDA :;
"fjtrl@1i I: \. . . 'i ,
only $25,000, and )' Cvvvvv vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv* % Are Here To Stay"


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: Mr. and'Mrs. W. P. Arledge spent clubs was given by Mrs. Keathley persons of this day. Jesus said to correct outward life Is essential, but

< : Sunday in Fort Myers. Bowden. The singing of college the young man, "If thou wilt enter it is not the only important thing.It .

I Personal MentionFrancis songs and reminiscenses of the into life, keep the commandments. cannot change the heart and' does

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Healey spent classroom and campus were enjoyedby He saith unto him, Which? Jesus not secure fellowship with God. Only
the week-end visiting relatives in : all. Mrs. Jim Ficchter of Alva,
said, Thou shalt do no murder, the spirit of God can make 'newcreatures
Fort Myers. acted as toastmistress.
Bordeaux spent the weekend The guests included Miss Edith I Thou shalt not commit adultry, and satisfy' the soul.

his family in Fort Myers. ills Thou shalt 'not steal, Thou shalt not
i': ... with Mrs. E. C. \ sons and Magill, LaBelle, Miss Marie Williams ] "
bear false witness, 'Honor thy father NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Clewiston Miss Sue Maxwell
W. P. Vaughn, Jr., visited friendsin ,
- visited in Moore and thy mother: and, Thou shalt TAX DEED
; : 0 Rufus Smith LaBelle Wednesday.Mrs. Pahokee, Mrs. L. C. Goolsby, Canal

Haven Tuesday evening Point, Mrs. W. P. Jernigan, Canal I love thy neighbor as thyself. The

J. V. Lofton and Mrs. G. Point, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Clewis- young man saith unto him, Ah these NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

.; A. R. Broadfoot of South Bay Clark of Miami were week-end vis- ton, Miss Eva Mae Green, Clewiston things have I kept from my youth That ,F.' DURRENCE, holder of Tax
" week-end in Clcwiston. Mrs., H. C. LaBelle Certificate No. 722, 7th day of JulyA.
the Delaney,
spent itors in Clewiston. : up: what lack I yet? Jesus said unto -
Miss Gertrude Balasok, Clewiston, D. 1930' has filed said certificate -
him if thou wilt be
I go
:i': -: Presley of Fort Myers is Miss Vilma Rhodes, Clewiston, Mrs. .. in my office and made application -
C. M. Littlejohn of Lake Wales, and sell that thou hast, and give to for ,
tax deed to issue
'. spending this week with relatives Jim Fichter, Alva, Mrs. E. It. Sher- thereon in
: was among the week-end visitors the and thou shalt have trea-
Hull poor accordance with law. 'Said certifi-
here. rod, Pahokee, Miss Madge La-
:,\,' I Il here. Belle, and Mrs. Keathley Bowden of sure in heaven: and come and follow cate embraces the following described -
But when the heard property situated in
Wilson were Clewiston. me. young man Hendry
l n; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. '
Gordin of South Bay
Mrs. H. was
s.' week-edd visitors in West Palm Classes of 1923, 24, 26, 27, 29, that saying he went away sorrowful County, Florida, to-wit: "
,, business visitor in Clewiston Mon-
,''; -. Beach. t a 30, 31, 32, and 33, were repre- for he had great possessions." Lot 21 Block 203 Clewiston.
t: day. sented. I I The assessment of said property
.', '. Doubtless the young man thoughthe
under the said certificate issued
.; Alston and Miss R. E. had obeyed all the command- was
' Miss Daisy
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt andL. in the'name of Clewiston Company.
\' Umstead were visitors in Okeechobee the weekendin ments quoted by Jesus,. but Jesus
C. Sturgess spent Unless said certificate shall be "

;.:,"..' ". Sunday. Palm Beach. 'uncap! tbOO1Les saw In him one great hindrance to redeemed according to law, tax deed

true worship of God. It :was his will Issue thereon on the First clay

; J. D. 'Hull, of Plant City, is Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Etherton were love for and trust in his riches. He of May, A. D. 1934. '

, } :;:" spending the week here on busi- visitors in Belle Glade. Monday ev- on was told to sell and give all he had Dated this 30 day: of March, A. D.

.i.Y:! :: ness. I ening. tothe poor The young ruler saw 1934.
his fault ,but could not give up his WILLIAM T. HULL,
:. : : Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden homein '(SEAL) Clerk of
returned to his Circuit Court
' '' W. P. Tapp For April 22nd., 1934. love of riches, and give up his hopein
{: / visited relatives in Lakeland this week after spending Christ as an advisor. Then our Hendry County, Florida.No. .
20 Mar. 30, Apr. 6 13 20 27.
', the here. ,
'.j':' "..".... season Subject: Our All for the Kingdom lesson, continues, "Then said Jesus

Wt.:::. Mr., and Mrs. R. A. Peaden of Mrs. C. F. Vaughn and Mrs. W. unto his disciples, Verily I say unto NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX

:' :,:: Fort Myers were visitors in Clewis- P. Vaughn, Jr. were Thursday vis- Golden Text: "It is more" 'blessed 'you, That a rich man can hardly DERD

',''.,: ton Monday evening. itors in West Palm Beach. to give than to receive' Acts' 20: enter the kingdom of heaven, And NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That

1'-.' 35. again I say unto you, It is easier fora E. A. RCHUI/T holder of Tax Certificate

:::: Lieutenant Kenneth Fields is Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Moore andS. Lesson Text: Acts 19 : 16-30. camel to go through the eye of a No 945. 94fi. 7th day of Sept.,
r A. D. 1931, has filed said certificatein
;) spending two weeks yisiting friends L. Jones of Jacksonville arrived Time and Place: March A. D. 29 : needle, than for 'a rich man to enter I my office and made application for

' .. in New York. here recently and will spend the Perea east of the Jordan river. into the kingdom of God. When his tax deed to issue thereon in accord
ance with law. Said certificate
summer season here., "And, behold, one came and said disciples heard it, they were exceedingly braces the following described pro em-

T. T. Howard returned to his unto him, Good Master, what good amazed, sayiing, Who then can perty situated In Hendry County. Florida -
home in Lakeland Sunday after E. E. Kelly left Sunday for At- shall I do that I have to-wit: Lots li-15 :Block 378
thing may I I be saved? But Jesus beheld them, Clewiston I
here. ?
the season
lanta where he transacted business. eternal life?" He was a ruler and'said unto them, With men this The assessment of said property under -
Mr. Kelly returned here the latter the said certificate Issued was In
Mr. and Mrs.' R. H. Shore of Sar- part of the week. (Luke .18:18) probably of the local inherit everlasting life. But many the name of F. Feuchtlnsrer.

: asota were business visitors in synagogue, an office filled only by that are first shall be last; and the Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
!, 1 according to law. tax deed
"::;:':::: Clewiston Tuesday. ''Parker T. Wilson spent Wednes- persons of wealth and good reputa- last shall be first." I will Issue thereon on the 23rd day of

"" : '': Ir daay in Arcadia where he was call- tion. Jesus said unto the young Always the story of the rich young April. A. D. 1934. .
:; ,: Mrs. E. P. Miles is spending man, "Why tallest thou me good? Dated this 23rd day of March. A. D.
( ed on account of the death of his ruler will; stand out as a warning 1934.

:";-r; ) several days in Miami where she aunt., There is none good but one, that Is against the perils ,of wealth and ofa WILLIAM T. HULL
';:\::. is the guest'of friends and reI af God." Christ wanted 'the young man I ,(SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court,
self centered life. He was sincere. Hendry County. Florida.
..:t-\":.',--; tives. Mrs. H,. Broeker of Detroit, to realize that Jesus was not only a He was not one of the class that No. 17 :Mar 23, 30 Apr. 6. 13, 20.

'<=:'," Mich.:, is spending two weeks here teacher, but the Son 'of God who was
i -;:'.' ,Mr. and Mrs C. :F. Goodman, where ,she is a guest of the Clew- the source of all goodness "and know- tried to entrap Jesus with questions.
:/ Mrs. R. D. Whidden ,and Mrs. Marrs -- is impossible; but with God all I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I
.; iston Inn.
ledge. "Eternal Life" the
By young '
'j 'r Cooper were Friday visitors in things are possible. Then answered TAX DEED

;' man meant endless joy, endless ,pur- Behold I .--
unto him
: :: West Palm Beach. LaBelle, was a Peter and said ,
F. Dougerty'of
ity and power and satisfaction and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
have forsaken all and followed ,
;{: .': visitor in Clewiston Tuesday. Mr. we ,
", \, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and Miss R. peace. He could not have asked That FOSTER MEREDITH, holderof
: :: ," Daugherty, who is tax collector of thee; What shall we, have
/ -': ', E. Umstead left Monday for Live for anything higher. He could not Tax Certificate No. 918,
: :' Hendry county, was on business And Jesus ,said unto them, Verily I
:'::.' Oak where they will visit friends here. have gone to any one better able to say unto you, that ye which have followed filed 7th day said of Sept. A. D. 1931, has

; ,':.:,:' and ..relatives.rj' give it to him. The youth fancied. certificate in my office
: when
in the regeneration
me, and made application for tax deedto
,_:'. :; ', Bolish Flossie Bolish, that eternal life was something to
Clinton .the son of man shall sit in the Issue thereon in accc-dance with
",1_:." ..; Mrs. R. :M. Sands and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Conroy'and be obtained by his own merits.
throne of his glory, ye also shall law. Said certificate embraces the
::'i,. Jane, left the early part of the Jonathan Cross of Fort Myers were "What Good thing shall I do, that I the following described situated '
sit twelve thrones judging property

. week for Columbus Ohio where upon
:i : evening to I
visitors here Saturday
have it? He for
may never a mo- in Hendry County Florida to-
twelve' tribes of Israel. And
::<: :. they 'will visit for some time. every '
};,: ,, attend the End bf Crop Jubilee at ment dreamed that It was the free, houses wit: .
.i/-\'I one that hath forsaken or
: ; the sugar-mill. gracious gift of God, obtained by Lot 2 Block 168 Clewiston ,
Z. G. Meredith left Monday for -' I brethern, or. sisters, or father, or
faith, and by faith alone. His was The assesFment of 'said property '
,' Jacksonville to join Mrs. Mere- Mrs. Eddiie Waller of ''Lakeport, mother, or wife, or children, or
under the said certificate issued
the characteristic mistake of the was
. ,'t' dith and Patricia Ann, who left a recent arrival here, is making her lands, for my name's sake, shall receive in the name of James Harty.
last week. I Pharisees of his day, and of manyCYPRESS -
home at the Watanbe Hotel.' Mrs. and hundred fold, and shall Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -

,.. Waller is connected with the C. W. He had lived an exemplary moral according to law, tax deed

'.. State's Attorney: Guy M. [ A. work here. life. There Is no hint that his I, will issue thereon on the 17th day of
horn of Fort Myers, was a StraY-I
BOAT wealth was dishonestly acquired. In April, A. D. 1934.
i'\ : visitor here the latter part A. M. Richey, a former residentof
.' FOR SALE CHEAP spite of all this, something was Dated this 16th .day of March, ;A.
... ", :week. Clewiston, returned here the D. 1934.
'/ ALMOST NEW wrong with the young man, and he
of the week. Mr. Richey
early part
, ',:-.,.. Mrs.. G. E. Etherton, Mrs. F. R. plans to spend several months here 16 FT. x 4 FT. 6 INCHES was conscious of it. He did not (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court, ,

, ',." .S Maxwell, Miss Betty Spicer;; Miss transacting business. PALMER MOTOR have peace of soul. The spirit of Hendry County, Florida.By .

<..t;:':; .. Jane Sands and R. L. Murray at- I Call at ANDY WEILAND'S. God had never come into his heart.' I 1EZ MAGILL,

;:'!}, .' tended the Everglades Fair in Belle CLEWISTON LADIES HONOR I I AFTER 6 P. M. With all ihis outward virtues, he had Deputy Clerk.
[:I- ; Glade Saturday. set his heart upon his riches. A No. 16c Mch. 16 23 30
. .../ .," GUESTS AT TAMPA TEA Apr. 6, 13.
,. .
' .' L. B. Compton and R. L. Duff- ----
-I., ------- ----
C. Poole Mrs. Ivy
Mrs. Grover ,
:!;;:"":' ner have returned to their homes
Pafford and Mrs. G. B. Thomas, who
,i" ( after spending the !:'eason'here.. Mr. lX i
visited friends in Tampa last week,
;J'1 -
i' Compton returned to West Palm' : :
;;JJ! ( : Beach and Mr. Duffner to Besse- were honored br'Mrs. T. A. Redd at

,t'i'i 3,4. .. mar, Ala. her noon home tea during in Tampa their with visit.an after- U An Attractive Clewiston Home U

; ..
n( .,
: ; Spring flowers in a variety of pas- ,:. :
I :, :
r-r; :. i/; Victor Blate, of Winter Haven, tel shades used in the four : i .
were We Build

1.f.-f r:;:&;:*:'".' spent here this a. few week.days visiting Mr. Blate frieinds, who were lower opened rooms en of suite.the home The, hostesswas which J j I :!: :i: -. Helped =:= ::::

;":;+--v; .'" with his brother, moved their mercantile I assisted in extending hospi- ,.i. X. 'y. ,:.
< ,: I : ,:. : :
l business from Clewiston to ., '' ,.
tality by Mrs. Tom Vest, Mrs. Tom s ., s s
I ,. ..
/':<, :" Winter Haven last summer, says Wiley, Mrs. S. W. Shaw and Mrs.G. 'i' .
' : the ridge section has enjoyed y
.J a very
. : ): 'I, nice business this season and expects W. Turnham.. Sharing honors .., .:. .y:. .t .
with the visitors from Clewistonwere ?
? y
i:;' ; the summer business to be
Mrs. Nina Smith of Houston, y ?
. 't.:('" better than usual. :. .' '' .
Texas, Miss Elise Adams of Vin- ... .:, ':. ,',
: .
,' '; ;.// cennes, Indiana, and Mrs. T. J. + y:
:..'.;,.,.:.:., State Treasurer W. V. Knott of Rooney of Savannah. ? ? y y
Tallahassee was a visitor in Clew- Mrs. Poole, Mrs. Pafford and Mrs. 4i r y ?

ton Saturday. Mr. Knott, who had Thomas have returned to their ix; : x

visited the State Farm Number 2 homes here after attending the 2 ,_ h
r.f at Belle .:, ..' ,=.
Glade, was accompanied Presbytery at St. Petersburg and .i' I

A. on his visit here by A., R. Richardson visiting in Tampa while away. ? y y yy ?

superintendent of that institu- ,', .:. ':' .',
tion.' Mr. Knott also' attended the y yy

Everglades Fair at Belle Glade P. S. C. W. ALUMNAE ENJOY .:. .. 'y:' ,'.

,. \ while in this section. LUNCHEON AT CLEWISTON A y

.. .:. ,+. 4 7 'y:' ...
Fourteen alumnae of the Florida + yy

_ -I State College for Women gatheredat y

I the Clewiston Inn Saturday for yx

gram and grand ball given at the an annual luncheon which is spon- : ...
sugar mill Saturday evening to sored in various communities yy y
1 'mark the closing of the harvest yy y
cane throughout the state each spring. yy ti % y
season. Among these were Mr. Balasok local yy y
; Miss Gertrude .. ., '.. ...
and Mrs. Pete Ware, Mr. and Mrs.Floyd alumna, is chairman for Lee, Y +: -- iAyy
:: Moraine, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendry; Glades and several other ; f
<,.: Sheets, Mrs. Cleve Washburn, Mrs. South Florida counties and plannedthe 't. yAxx : ,.

:i1:.: John Barrow, Mrs. Emma Corrigan, 1 meeting here Saturday.The y f

:''7>':' Miss Evelyn and Miss Rose Elliott. luncheon was attractively + X

;" : ,': Mrs. Frank Coons, and Mrs. Harry served on the porch of the Inn .+. .:. :=: .=.
i::' Satchell and a number of boys and II f at
",'. with covers laid one long table.:
;(( girls from her school of dancing. of garnet and
I r iA color ,scheme gold, yA:
i;".. I the college colors, was carried out .:. .. fi fip .

::'.;.'. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Trainor entertained in the menu and decorations. A +.. .., .

Sunday evening with a tiny spray of garnet and gold flowers -
!\:. 0-- bridge party at !I '. .!' : '"
their home. Guests laid at each place. : .. :
, ", was ., .:- ..
:\ weie Mr. and Mrs. C., F. Vaughn, I Each guest also found a copy of + yAf :

::(j... Mr.Mr. and and Mrs Mrs.' M.W. R.P. Lawler Vaughn, Mr.Jr, I I.The Florida newspaper, Flambeau, which, college was weekly sent- !p We Can Help You To Own A Home H

and Mrs. T. B. Shelley and Mr. and through the courtesy of Mrs Laura

Mrs. C. E. Nail. Mrs. Nail was pre- Strunk Leslie, executive secretary

#: sented with the high prize for larSr of the Alumnae ,Association. Two

dies Mrs. Lawler received low Mr. ,, of the guest, Miss Sue Maxwelland n Clewiston Home Building Association II r
W. P. Vaughn won high prize for Mrs. Keathley Bowden, were :

.7 the men and T. B. Shelley received i members of the Flambeau staff during -

consolation. At the conclusion of their college years. .

play a buffet supper was served. I A talk on the purpose of alumnae ,i




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yry. r WHAT "My husband Is a brute, and I've

VOO reached the place where I just can't
HIGH COST OF COURTING ADO ING ? stand him any longer?'"' said Mrs.

Angela shook her head with finality. 6EE/NWE HAVE Jf1 "Now what's he done?" asked her

"No, Tom, I can never be yours. Sor- r dearest friend.
ry," she told her young swain. CARRIAGE ANP i NEED "Well, you know we were on a 4-
He took the blow quite calmly. party line, and he's gone and had it
z J, "All right," he replied. "What #/ .. replaced with a private one, so I
about all my presents?" MV N = : can't listen In any more," she
"I'll return them, of course," she groaned.

said"Yes coldly., I know you will," he ex- Bad Eye

claimed, with some warmth ; "but 1// Gladys-Mother, dear, I advertised
who's going to return all those cigars Tr under a different name that I would
1 I gave your father and the pennies I like to make the acquaintance of a-
little brother?"- __ .
gave your beastly refined gentleman with an eye to ro
B Answers Magazine. '
Mother-Gladys, how awful! Did
VEGETARIANS you get any answers?
Gladys-Only one-from father.-
Y 'rj Kitchener Record.

n '.$r
Awkward E
The boss-Anybody call while I
was out?
r Office Boy-No, sir
Boss-Gee Then I'll have to go
out again. I told Brown to call_today
and get his money.---Brooklyn
Eagle. >



:;" Cucumber :-strong? I It

:'. Potato-I should say so. Almost as

>: strong as /in onion. .
V;.' I ( ': w. N. c.) ,
'" Not InsulatedAn
$; electrician returned home from
;' : work one night to find hs small son
i:': waiting for him with his right hand THE

;;t % swathed"Hello,In sonny a bandage.!1" he exclaimed. "Cut f AREMT THESE PRESS- .(ESlY IS Ohl, FANNY-WE'RE'
your hand?" REIaE4RSAL5 FLJNNYZ
The boy shook his head sadly. CM, THERE'S FELIX\> BAP WHEN TKE ELlZABETH-RALEKsH: r pillow nights." '
"No dad he THEY LOOK WILL You "I notice he likes to sleep over-
replied. picked up IN HIS OUTFIT// IT IS SKIT -
'j a pretty little fly and one end wasn't' I A SHAME TKTAT IT LIKE' IT AS _, PROMPT tiS ? time."
Insulated. I MAKES Wlto( LOOK WELL Fleeting Time

Sure Sign SUCH A FooL Lecturer (who has spoken for two

He-Johnson's wife has decided his hours-I shall not keep you much
,t: clothes have another years' wear In longer. I am afraid, I have spoken
Jthem.. -, at rather great length. There Is no
She-How do you know that? I )Z clock in the room, and I must apologize -
didn't think you were so confidentialwith for not having a watch with me. '
him that he would tell you things ,A Voice-There's a calendar be- \

's' like that. hind :you, mister!Exchange.
He-He didn't tell me. I Just saw "I

her sporting a complete new outfit. Your local dealer carries Ferry's
Pure Bred Vegetable Seeds. Now
i'\ Words and Music only 5 cents a package Adv.
"Hey," bawled the traffic cop.
"Where are vou heading for In sucha Not the Same Thing

rush?" "Darling," she murmured, and her
"Georgia." COME ON MOW-- '' ALL RIGHT./ ALL voice was shaky, "how do I know
"Here's two tickets." PEEP LIP YOUR IllillulI RIGHT/I/ COMB ON// that you really and truly love me?"

LIMES- MOW YOU "My pet, I can prove it," he said.
uiWiiI step ON
I 1111W ,
Climatic Conversation"The lIIuI EUX- OLD KID/ "Why, I can't sleep at nights for
weather Is always a convenIent thinking of you."

topic of conversation."I ijj / "H'm," she muttered doubtfully
don't think so. You are so often / "that's no proof. Pa can't sleep at
compelled to think twice In order to nights for thinking of you,but I hardly .
select polite phraseology." think it's love."
1 .
Easily Lost r l Anatomical Problem

"What a lot of friends we lose : I "Bobbie, I am going to spank you
through their borrowing money fromus. as sure as anything," said Bobbie's
." mother.
"Yes, It's touch and go with most of "You can't I'm sittin' on It," said
them." Bobble.-Chicago News.

' Nothing Unusual
Strange Procedure
'I "I "think this scenery Is Just heave First Fraternity Man-Say, Jim' I
enly. wonder If I could borrow that blue
"Um, I don't know. Take away the
necktie of yours? fb. .
mountains and the lake .
and It's
just western Nexspspe!Uaton Second Loafer-What's the matter,
like else."
anywhere .- could't you find It?

: SIDE-SLIPPING the dead of night?" he asked. OLD STUFF
I The man In the dock shrugged his
saoulders helplessly.

, 4\ "Well your worship," be replied,
"last month you had me up for steal-
r Ing In broad daylight Ain't I goingto .
1' 1 I bp allowed to work at all?"

The Negligible Groom

Mother-What are you playing, children
f fI ?

Betty-Weddings, mummy. I'm the
bride and Mary Is the bridesmaid.
Mother-But you have no brIde-
I groom.
"Cheer 1 There's Betty-I know; this is Just a small about here."
up a silver lining "Well, spring's
in every cloud, you know." wedding. "Yes, I used to look forward to It 4ap
"Yes; but I'm no aviator." when I was courting, but now I'm mar-
"Not much of a town. ".
UP! housecleaning.
ried, it's nothing but
"One-horse, eh? .
Convinced Too Late "Well, a trifle faster than that. Sup- I
"But you and father married againstthe ;
For All Temperatures
orie-cylinder. r 1
pose we say
wish of your parents, said the Motor Car Salesman (explaining to
young woman. customer This Is the radiator
Obedience Promised green )-
"Quite true," replied her mother; ,
Doctor-If anything comes to worry and this Is the fan.
3 "and your father has never ceassd. to then It's an allseasoncar
It. Lady-Oh.
talk of his father-in-law and mother- you, cast It aside-forget "
Patient-Thanks, doctor, I'll remember ?
I in-law as people of remarkably superior (
judgment. that when your bill comes In Dead-Letter Baritone keeps the J

I I All Explained \'. Must Grant Some Time 1 "Yessah, Ah's a great slngah."
I Is this?" The magistrate looked hard at the "Wheah did yo learn to sing?" taste in tuner
: bridge prize." ough-lookliig Individual In the dock. "I'( Uk* to present uiy friend." "Ah graduated from a correspondence
"But what's It for?" "How comes It that you dared to T<<<:? prefer you'd present a box or school." i
"The winner." break Into this gentleman's house In hocclatea or something like that. Boy, you sho' lost lots of yo' malL"



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t>' NEW DEAL FOR the needs.12,163,000 The consequence horses and la 4,981,000 that of One Can Acquire ,,.

mules listed In America during 1933, '",
>- OLD DOBBIN"Tractor Art of TalkingNot
probably not more than oneseventhare Whose Fault ?

' under four years of age. Horsey .

(It people are saying that if in the next
I May Not Altogether 10 years there should be an Increaseof Necessary to Bore, or i 1,.
Have Ousted Horse.It 5,000,000 head of working animals Suffer Boredom, at a :j
they would consume products from
10 to 15 per cent of the land and would Dinner Party.
used to be said, "a car In thegarage
take care of 18,000,000 acres of sur- I
doesn't eat anything." The plus crops. Speaking of being bored by one's
argument was tbat gasoline buggiesand Horse wranglers, whose professionhas dinner partner, Helen Platt says in

tractors are cheaper In the long waned with the passing years, the Junior League Magazine, "I have as fj
t run because they only eat while at are saddling to go In search of wild never met a man who couldn't be In- '-/
I work. On the other hand the horse, teresting if he tried-and I tried!I" l
4 mustangs to capture, break, and train '
1'f 1-
with eats only while'
some exceptions
1..' for the augmented horse market. That's something we don't often
not at work and then he is usuallly Corral "traps" that have fallen to think of, in this matter of boring '

In the pasture.But disuse are being repaired.Yet conversationalists-the other side!
a new side has developed to in spite of the decline of old We all hate to be bored-but so do ,

: the picture, and old Dobbin and his Dobbin, there are to today nearly other people. And conversation, to j jJ

long-eared half brother, the mule, three times as many horses on Amer- be a delight and a fine art, which ,it

are again In demand on the farm. ican farms as in ISoO, when the first can be, must be two-sided. Two peo-
Farmers are beginning to see that census was taken that counted ple must Abe interested-In what the -,

the auto, truck: and tractor, when horses. There were only 4,330,700 other is Interested in When a Child Won't Study 01;,
eat, require liquid food that takes
ideal conversationIs
:. horses in the United States then. Of course the -
: cash to buy. Dobbin and shave-tail can They Increased until in 18SO there when that just happens-when two Kept after schooll"! And it isn't Here's a boy who gets good marks I .i

eat of crops that are already at hand. were 10,357,800. In 1900 the number minds with much in common commune the child's fault, or the teacher's.His has time and energy for play. He is .!
v Not only that, they can help get rid had gone up again, to 18,267,020, and spontaneously with each oth- mother is to blame. How can a never ill, hardly ever has so much .
of a surplus that is none, too profit- in 1910, Ignoring the advent of motor er. But Santa Claus comes but oncea boy get his lessons when his senses as a cold. When he does show any 'f

: able as it is, and pay their way with cars, the increase continued to 19- year-and dinner parties and other are dulled day after day by dosing mother symptoms knows of being what sluggish, his (' -",
just to do. Sho
their work. So the horse, in the
\' 833,100. The year 1918 marked the social contacts are far more frequent.The with sickening purgatives? Whena gives him a little California Syrupof
. guise of farm relief, is on the road point Is that lacking the Ideal child's bowels are stagnant they
:: high spot of horse population In Figs-and that is all. It's a
I ; back to stalls and pastures-on Sun- American history; the count was 21- I, dinner partner, it is not necessary to need help, of course. But not some natural, fruity laxative that is
': days anyway. It is estimated that a 563,000. Then the downgrade began be bored. Some common ground, drastic drug to upset the stomach, agreeable to take, and its gentle i
..t' v mule horse doing farm work consumes perhaps weaken the entire system laxative action from
':t::, or with 19,767,100 in 1920, 13,510,800 in some point of common Interest on ; comes senna.
o f, :" each year about an acre of 'which mutual contribution of or form the laxative habit. On g Parents are urged to use just
1930, and 12,163,000 in 1933. Mules a the right, parents will find a t pure California .
< about a ton and a half
.: t pasture grass, thought be made, Is possible with 'California'
held their own better, but even happy solution of this problem: Be sure bottle says .
20 bushels of and
of corn
hay some
, among them there has been a grad- almost anybody one Is likely to meet
70 bushels of oats. Or, otherwiseput
ual decline in the past decade.- at the home of one's friends.
the draught animal consumes Pathfinder Magazine.Ferry's The reason that this common 1 r
- the crops from three to five acres of ground is usually overlooked, and a : Then It't Reality Too Valuable

S land. boring evening spent by all parties, I Romance remains romance so long I Good luck is seldom displayed on
;.:;>'," The result Is that there !Is now an Seeds are sold only In fresh is our unwillingness to make the as It is of no consequence. the bargain counter.REMEMBER .
.{. dated When you buy Fer-
;: 'S Increasing demand for horses, and necessary effort. Many of us regard
horses are scarce. Horse and mule ry's Seeds you are sure of the finest good conversation as something that

: I breeders in past years have taken forT quality available. Adv. falls like manna from the heavens. ''

, .S granted that these animals were on Either it isn't there or It is, and 'I'
",'' their way to extinction because of Progress everything Is delightful. If not, all THIS CROSS
Ned-He claims his wife made him
the advancing machine age ; there
we can shope for is that the party :
" ', .:' was no market for them and breeders what he is.TedI'd. will break up early and let us catchup : It Means the REAL ARTICLE '
raised only enough for their own never forgive her either.
<: on sleep.
; Some of us will resent the idea that D
i.-: I
w ,such a thing as conversation should
i.f Involve conscious effort. Wo hate to GENUINE. Of BayerManufacture
f think that charm is frequently the
; Two things I Iwantedac. result of effort; yet it Is. Every art ASPIRIN Q

is the result of effort, Its very "nat-

" uralness" the product of the most '
".. and it was all so simple when I found out my t;
,.; trouble. My physician said I had no organic disease, <;. si conversation all but the
., but I did have what is so commonly and truthfully j rare cases just remember this: Every protection. Tell your friends
where the does fall from
called a low percentage of hemo-glo-bin in the blood. tablet of real aspirin of about it for their protection.
heaven, is making the effort to find
"The reasonableness of one of the S.S.S. ads causedme Bayer manufacture is Demand and
;' to think that S.S.S. Tonic was just what I needed i ''" 'vriAa the common ground on which the
stamped with this No Genuine
: for my let-down feeling, pimply skin and low resist- other person has some interest ,for cross. get
f' Yl:': ance. I wanted more strength and a clear skin. ,. v .. us-and to make ourselves Interest- tablet without this cross is BayerAspirin.

.'" : "It didn't take S.S.S.. very long to get my blood' Ing to them. GENUINE Bayer Aspirin.

'i.". .;:. iI back up to normal-and as my strength and energy fi. It's only what you owe your din- Safe relief-for headache, colds, sore throat,
.': "," returned my skin cleared up." y'a:: c'ssf ner partner, and your hostess. And pains of rheumatism and neuritis, etc. e4

If your condition suggests a tonic of this kind, try c. > the bread comes back buttered In
S.S.S. It is not just a so-called tonic but a tonic specially making the other person interesting, Genuine Bayer Aspirin; Does Not Harm the Heart MEMBER N.R.A, .
'.. designed to stimulate gastric secretions, and and sparing you from being bored!
also having the mineral elements so very, very necessary Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.

, "-' in rebuilding the oxygen-carrying bemo-glo-bin To keep clean and healthy take Dr. 10,000 Bushels Speckle Velvet Beans $1.20
,:,,, of the blood. > Bunch $1; Brabham Peas $2.50; Iron
found Tierce's Pleasant Pellets. They regulate : BLACKMAN $2.50. Mixed 92.: Burch, Chester, Georgia.
S.S.S. value has been of ; and stomach.Adv.It .
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out s +
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t;,. more economical. Q The S.S.S. Coo Crime is caused by Ignorance-Ignorance I STOCK and POULTRY missions.Big demand.Gardner No competition.Mfg. Co., Honcon Large, com Wis.
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: of.
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Blackman's Medicated Lick- Continuous bearIng grows 10 to 12 ft high.
" Four times ordinary crop. Genuine -parent-
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> FOR BETTER GARDENS Blackman's Stock Powdero
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with a favor. The girls had been satisfaction to the more than three
LaBelle working hard and each person founda thousand employees 'of the' corpor- -
doll, made of lollypop in a party ation. The telegram enlarged ten I Chatter Brings Them Fame I Immill'

dress, standing by his plate.HAVE'NER''SH01V ,. times' actual size, occupied a ,prom- ___
: .News ItemsROYAL inent position on the walls of the
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,; where the End of Crop jubilee wa : mml1 1! 1?!ilittlmmlliH'ijjjmHIIIrnmlllllilmilinilllnmFtli1nJIIIIIIIl! I :'; ti !! !! { { :! !!!!! +!!fll ll'r i1cuiiii0llhJlllliiI !! !!

NEIGHBORS JOINED BY Forrey's Store boasts a new refrigerator I held Saturday night. !I !I! !!! I,1! II! I I I !I'I: I I'I I'I'it I!'!J :! inj! lcIii1111i1, ,:!!,:!!!,1I{: ni':I'hl'' lt I )!(.J 111111 I Ih;r.'i!I '!I!rJ II \ iI ,

FT. MYERS CAMP FOR PARTY case of the meat. display In addition to the End of Crop liliillmIII'lilliIflljimmH'mllij:/ !! ; :! J ljl' I llllllll'IIIIII'I I.I I II I 1!:!'!.!:.{,!!!!!!i5unr.;:;!uh-'I!!! ',!.!.!,.! ;il:1:! I ,....:.....L..t....i3Ei.....:... '
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variety. 'The new fixture is one of Barbecue and Jubilee, which was "I j'I'II I I i I ;!'I !I i !I'!!I ,.!, II I II ijll, I I I I I I i I I I :I I I !I:.I...iiHiiHljH!! : ,,Illimi! I 'I 1;; :.; I I -HJIjj: : 1
Monday night the Royal Neigh: the latest models and was built by attended by hundreds of' white ""Illilllllll'/11111''ll l '/I 'I'lj I 11111! llillII.,!1.! IIII I !I I I I I I I I 1 !: ihf!. ,.lIi ,.;;,,!'!! ':! !! !, lllllil m Ti tII fi fiI
bors of America gave a party in HussmanLigONeir.GIVEN .' employees, their families, wives ,I ) ...." 'I I I I'' I 'i !!!! !!! !::'! : .:..;. ,!: '::::''::':::''''!l13iI'!! !!' :, ;I
In spite 'of the and :sweethearts,, at the .SugarHouse !I Ii I II ', IUlllllllr! !.'.' I I I I I I'I!; iiiphljhHHjiHlili!!:!!; !:! !i !''':,' I :.HF;. !!'nl1.. ::g... 1
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stormy weather about 20 Neighbors ; BIRTHDAY DINNER festivals here; wore separate held Saturday barbecuesand at I 11,1'111llllilillIJ.ili I I' I J I I(: I .mlr h'!ll:.II iijll;;: ilii II I I!!I .!,,.. II 1'1/1'' /I I !I iI.IL:.I:I',I II I II!11111IIIIluI, !,,,IpIIp!!!!!!!!!Iii.,I I'I 11'1'1'1""I'I11111'I I I' I!! I 'II'lil'lll.11 I'II !hI I I'':;.!I!:;@I.J 11r...111Ij: III.:...fif I]
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came from Fort Myers to help makea I .li''i::' .:!II!II/11IIIIIII, I 1:1 I.I'II.:!,// II, !':',;'iidl:;I'q;! I I ; ';;"F::::" I:;:!' II, Ili; IIlj !
pleasant evening.The Mr. and Mrs James ',Adkinsor each of the zones in the Western Ill.iil!;::.i!/ 'ldifiiII.! ::;; !I,j .' ,, :" I!.i I I III I"I"I!!!! !lllllllll'!! !/I I! :I!, L I::: ''ii I'I'l l; atil':Fi"T:
festivities were in the able were dinner guests at the Corinc division of the Corporation's prop- 1'I.i"!!;!,::i"lr I I: !:*'" : ;'i'iiHgi;;'::;: !'! !I J'I:,!:;'!'!!!!!I I!! !!!!illll! I ,! ii.ill!1 i. :i 111 1/1 I I nllll II:!
hands of social committee headed Forrey home' Tuesday night. The erty. The' Eastern division combined !II,L.I. ;,:jji II _,!]". A'! ..?,I !nii. .I.I, np!I: i! I !, ll I !!II i I :' I l Jlli111 i! /!. I;
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. chairmanand casion the all zones in a barbecue and celebration !! : !t l ; :i! .llillljJII1)! I lil IIII: IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII'IIlilItt l I I :.. .I III I 1
: by Mrs.the H.evening H. McCall was spent as playing Adkinson.Mrs. was. birthday of Mrs lasting all day and includ- li I tilt'!.I;;! !I':IIrFI.: I, III:/ .IIIII''I I I::' ii I :It I ii III:!II,j L l.r.,,*I II I: I I i! t Ir f dll II 1 !I I il'llli(II I ,I I I IIIlilyl,,I. I I I I I I.I ;:;.I'i::!{ : i1!, !_.. .'

games and doing stunts of all kinds, : ing many field and sport events at ,' '!i/itij; I !!II::; !...'... ;.,;,III!:: :I.I;':::1i: ;I'ii' :I"., : :'I il, : .:.!ii"'IIL.' I ,lid, '' '1'.III ;,;, '.:1i11 t:::: :!i'i':;:!: ., ;11r- ". 11.11iiL I/
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Canal Point. It was estimated .::! : :! ". !II", 11' ;:1m !'; ." ,.... '' !'
; some of the latter provoking much H. L. DeLaney, Mrs. E. L. I !! :i.'. > :: ', "lilt/!: li ;; 11'1' F :'+'i : 'llljfl; "'"'' ......- "r1
. : H. H. that 4,500 people attended the various I li;'" '111111I1iWiiiiihlili'I: { .. tII;!"!" 1': 1'I i Ill! u. 1h I I."IIII':: '. <... ': :ll
hilarity.' Rogers, McCall and H. L. DeLaney IIII III'1111 "" .: ..... '{' .: :il IIIIIII! ii,I,::1-IIII III II'I 11 II '" '"'h''il .':"" FI'sn fI
'At the close of the meeting re- Jr., drove to Fort celebrations.The 11 / ." I. ::
MyersTuesday II' a'(tk :.5 1-I' / !! : A:(. >.:
close of ; ,
freshments of salads, sandwiches, afternoon.Mrs. grinding operationseach ': 'ililjJ'I'I'11111IJI/II, 111111111111'1/lliil"i: IIII/ x,4111,
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, tea cakes and iced ,tea were served. )t. .. "Ui' ;
! The rooms were bautifully ,decor- B. R. Gantt and Mrs. Ag the Everglades, bringing realization to forceful '. ," '' .. i : ..: .. .. : A. :" --i.:..) ? .
' ated in the Camp colors; purple Wood of Moore Haven were weekend attention a full of just 'I J '< "
i-; Bougainvillia and white Oleanders : I what the development of this mam- J
guests of the former's parentsMr.
moth industry's meaning to the t Uj ; : ::1 "J
.1 being used. Each guest on arrival and Mrs. E. L. Rogers. ." .

;: '. was presented with a purple and South. ":';" :. ;t .. .....::<:.,.... .; ; : .. '.;. If.. ';J

r white the cap evening which was worn throughout I Harry Stevens of Fort Myers is a Sugar Raw House sugar is from sent the to Clewiston Savannshror ItI : ( fit;; .il %*':': ":: : '. ::' i!;J? ;.: r::' .'::. :.::. ... .: /:.-., !!
rf! guest at the E. home ; .
Mary Magill l .
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refining and is marketed under j1'lli' :. Mft"Mt.4fItf" 'ii?;%};: -irii::
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: DEFEATS PEERLESS EX-NIBS DID SHE SET AN EXAMPLE? l? .....a'r=Krat:",, !!.;,1111,""IIIItll! II! IIIIlIIi!! :!!I !I L U IUIIIIIiUIIIlllliui'iiiii.irumnrniB1Vlllll11 II II !,!I ] I!!! } !."" ; ; ;,! > ,.!kd

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: of the Alva Methodist and
Last Thursday night eight of the "
,' LaBelle Churches the Methodist "Dragons" of'the Kirkwood Cribbage Asserting that she was "tired of These three women dash from their kitchens five mornings a week
all gamblers taking from to'a and audience of thousands.TOMAN'S .
Missionary Society held an day College went to the home of Jo- money needy microphone a listening
meeting at .the Denaud home ofI I men," Mrs.-Charles Gower, a church '
siah H. Fitch former mayor of Fort for their husbands, to
idle talk isn't always belong sew I ,
{:. Mrs.,, E. I. Duvall. and worker in Cartersville, Ill, went into l'
Myers' self proclaimed cribbage I to be decried! Not when you ing clubs, and take an active partin .
;? The ladies set a new attendance champion of all points north of the a place in her town, pretended to the community life around them.
I:' ,. record to hear Mrs. G. W. Tyrrell Harlem River. Mr. Fitch lost to the I have a pistol, and lined sixteen 'men consider that three young- married But being gifted with unusual
tell of one Easter Sunday which LaBelle women have made a successful of observation and inter-
players by a wide margin. against ,the wall, while she destroyedall powers
r- she spent in Palestine. This inter- radio career of this able to
; Joseph Sandberg another cribbage the cards she could find, wrecking pastime a pretation, they are projectthe
: / esting talk occupied the morning than from Lee county won the lar-. I. the unique career built of chatter about ordinary happenings of the dayso
;;::"'", and in the afternoon Mrs. Tyrrell ger percentage of his games. gambling equipment, and Junior's tonsils, the price of carrots that thousands of persons enjoy
;Sy.,.'' told of some, of her other experiences While Mr. Fitch was the gathered up enough money to rcim- and how to 'take spots 'off a their chit-chat, as much as they
N' in her wide travels. challenged and the man who had burse her for the money her son leather coat. enjoy talking with one another.
stated that ten took into the dive. When she de- They call themselves Clara, Lu The trio write every line of their
minutes would
'F;7 JUNIORS PRESENT COLLEGE all that he needed to defend his be I parted, she took her son home with 'n' Em, these three women who material, preparing It day' by day,
COMEDY "OH, PROFESSOR" turn commonplace events of the as Clara, Lu 'n' Em live. Unlike
f national title he lost all but threeof I her.The day to'such unusual purpose. And, conventional performers, they -have
Friday night the Junior Class of 15 games. He defeated Carl E. news dispatch reporting the fivs mornings a :week, a radio 'audi no scripts written ahead for 'con-
the LaBelle High School presented Royer but was himself defeated by f incident. did not tell what, the, au- ence from coast to coast eavesdrops, venience sake. And, stranger still,

a three act farce, "Oh, Professor," George Burchard, A, A. Harrington, thorities' did to Mrs. Gower, but if as it were, upon their backfence their sponsors, the makers of
to a large audience. Melburn Rudd and Robert Ketring. I a thing like that should.. happen inFlorida' exchange of comment and gossip. Super Suds, do not hear the show
Joseph Sandberg, self Leading simple, suburban lives before the air.
A royalty play, this sketch proved proclaimed Mrs. Gower would pay heav- goes on The girls
,' ., Champion of Sweden, proved a themselves, Clara, Lu 'n' 'Em are arrive at the NBC studios in Chi-
-, to be highly entertaining. Leo ily for the damage she did. It is the
little better player and defeated the right at the source from which they cago, from which they broadcast,
Thomas, the Professor who had
as President, C. J. Kirk, Robert Ket-' dive-keeper who gets the protection, build their' morning programs of just a half hour before they' go on
to find fun and J. P. Crews
as a ring, and Joe Risley. E. L. Rogers not the mother of a boy lured'into tri-cornered conversation. As Mrs. the air, run through a quick rehearsal -
; college boy who was full of,, it furnished the Paul C. Mead, Mrs. Howard Berolz- '
4 then played a series of six games gambling places to spend hismother's to which' only Jean Paul
ti; the comedy element. Tlfe with Mr. Champion Sandberg win- money. heimer, and Mrs. John Mitchell, all King, the ,announcer, listens, .and
leads were well played by William ning the last four. Mrs. Gower of Evanston, Ill., they keep house then "tell all" on' the air.
uniquely enough, be-
(Pete) Doub and Katherine Curry I
The other members the cast President C. J. Kirk of the Kirk- lieves that such places should not

wood Cribbage College, states thatan exist. She said, after her
were Harry Hudgins, Marie Hampton I single- Butler Hooks
Perry Hall, Margaret Jones, enjoyable evening was had in handed raid, that she sought to dis- Ford Owners Win
spite of Mr. Fitch's still claiming Langford? Shelley;:
Elizabeth Chapman, Carrie Eunice the courage "professional gamblers ;' '. ,
: championship and adds Moore' Guthrie
Rider, Buena Mae Carson and Rose : would like to hear from that he preying on C. W. A. workers" and" From Cherry Drivers <
s .' any other Avant Peterson
Chapman. ,
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she knew
cribbage players, champions or that her son was in
otherwise who1 might want to try the place.If .By 'core of 4 To 2 Yeomans
; VIS-mSSER- and Cato.
a fling with some of the "hoary Mrs. Gower's example should be Umpires: Lang
heads" of LaBelle. followed by church workers in I
every -
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Davis an- The Ford owners shifted to high
town in the
country maybe it would I ,
nounce the marriage of their CASTLES gear and passed the Chevrolet
IN THE GLADES occur to public officials
Tevie to Bruce Messer that the 'Piblic HlihI
in owners 4 and 2 on Kiwanis field :
Sunday afternoon, by County Judge people general would really like
(Continued from last Friday night.in the first of a
lf'' ;. H. A. Rider. page 1) to see vice dens eliminated from series of three scheduled games. I
: The couple left' immediately for lie Trainor were there, with Bennieall their communities. Melbourne Both teams showed appreciable FALT'I

the home of Roy Messer, ,a relative over the lot, and Hoomes Rich Timse. amount 'of pep, power and performance -

of the groom's. Monday morning (back from Stuart) on the batcher, with the engines hitting on all
they moved to Clewiston where they Wardwell on the mixer, Ewell on the cylinders and the play progressing

will make their home. The groomis dump, and Boswell toting a gun ,and Tasmania PineapplesTo smoothly and rapidly.

the son of Mrs. Mittie Messer and being general utility man as well as Moore and Avant handled the bat

Is employed 'in the construction of instrument man. The same type of Be Displayed At teries for the Flivver Boys with I I II
storm dykes on Lake Okeechobee. plywood forms is being used here as Campbell and Guthrie taking that of
Mrs1. Messer is the daughter of Mr, on Gayle's gate, and the technique is the Chevrolet Boys. J
and Mrs. T. V. Davis and was a Fair This Summer'
practically identical-the Latham With the game in a two and 'two
popular member of LaBelle's younger people are putting in both jobs, you I deadlock in the 11th inning, Cruze

set. know. Met Mr. Powell, the bigga boss (Moore parked a long one to right center to I r r ,,.. v
Haven Democrat) land third from which ho r r
for Latham, a very pleasant, man.. I on sack 1 I
GIVE PARTY IN CLUB ROOMS 3eem to be always calling men very Louis Alsemeyer, of'Sebring visited was scored by Lang. Lang increasedthe
the Farabee lead to a two run margin, which.' 2G
pleasant, but do you know, that is Pineapple Farm in Tas-
Entertaining 32 players and sev- what strikes you most forcibly going mania this week for the purpose of the Chevrolet owners failed to over- ,

eral tea guests, Mrs. Blitz Wegman about from one job to another-the I securing plants for exhibit at the come in their half of the innin o-fb Americancut
and Mrs. E. L. Rogers were hos- World's Fair in Ford Owners ChcO11Ci"J
invariable Chicago this .
courtesy and kindness of summer. .
tesses at a bridge party in the Com- Mr. Durrance -'.' B. Nail titter their
the men, from top to bottom. It seemsto Alsemeyer visited the pineapple : I

munity noon. Club rooms Saturday after- be characteristic of out-door men, farm on Wednesday of last week in Thomas George ,"'_':;....:>',..-","..,'' Whidden C. Nail Ii Health dud etr
as -distinguished company with several men Interested .I
from professional i
Of the Cruze : Campbell fait
eight tables at play, Mrs. \ ; -
in the
Harry Turner of Clewiston won the men, who are not always as pleasantas growing of pineapples in Flori- Beeny ..<. Alston I I
cut prize and Mrs. Gordon Perry they might be. I da and these men stated that these Lang Green !

took high honors. Every Monday it is rumored that I pineapples, grown by Miss Jane Far-
Thursday of the week there will be i abee were the beat:: in the state. The '

HA\SANDERS definite' news concerning the Canal group of visitors included J.: P. Wheeler -
job. I don't know why they continue. and J. H. Garst, of Sebring, J: D. N 0 R E

Josephine Shaw and George Sand- to pick on Thursday. Any other dayof Reish, F. M. Dean and M. B. Diske, E A R. 1 N
,: of Istokpoga, D. S. ; I MONEY .
ers, colored, of Clewiston were mar- the week would seem to be just as Radebaugh, of
' ried' by County Judge H. A. Rider good as Thursday to leave folks won- Brighton, L. L. Henderson, Mr. Gay i ,::,/
Wednesday morning. 'The couple reI. dering on. That is a rather involved and Louis Waldron, of Lake Placid,

turned to make their home in sentence, but perhaps it isn't. inap- B. A. Carlton, Agricultural Agent, of YOU can learn Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand
Clewiston where the groom is a full propriate. West Palm Beach, Louis Alsemeyer, :
I.," time employee of the United States I hear that the Hodges have bought of Sebring and Dr. A. F. Camp, hor- and Typewriting at home in half the time, and at '

(/". Sugar Corporation. some land with a house on it and are Station ticulturist of Gainesville.of the' State Experimental I one-fifth the cost of attending a business college.
about to become residents instead of I :
REDECORATE ARCADE, FRONTT. sojourners for a time in the Glades. The entire group were greatly interested :' You can complete the cpurse in bookkeeping or

' N. Miller was busy this week Well, this is marvelous soil, but it is !i in the possibilities of the months. 4
and receive diploma in two
building,, a new entrance roof over just a little too far from anywhere in I Tasmania section as a pineapple center banking your

't. the front of the arcade building on particular to suit me as a permanenthome. I and at least part of them are, now You can learn to write over \ 00 words a minute in (,
: Bridge street owned by A. all considering seriously buying -
Honor- I get tired of driving dayto
occupied see an occasional bright. light at I property there and planting. The success shorthand in: less than two months, and you can become

: Staples Barber Shop and I,, of pineapple culture in this sec-
night.In in six weeks.
the Ice Cream parlor recently in- simple justice to Mr. Lawler, I tion of Glades county has been well an expert, rapid typist

stalled by Mrs. Walter Hough. hereby state that he bought that new proven by the fine fruit which Miss A small down payment and easy monthly terms .
------- Farabee has there and it
SENIORS ARE ENTERTAINED BY ,hat Does before anyone my Kollum besides came the out.Johnson hoped that these grown men will be interested is- will get you started immediately. Complete satis-

c. SPONSORS )ffiS; OLIVE* FICHTER ? to the extent of investing and faction
free advertising and
boys crave a I a good position guaranteed, or your
developing an important industry in
I understand that it did quite a bit
Friday night the Senior class and of good. Just send, me a list of your I: the county.. I tuition will be refunded in full. Send ten cents :in
the I
faculty of
High School and I'll see what I can coin
qualifications for descriptive literatureof
were given a party at the Alva homeof or stamps complete

class Mrs.sponsor.Olive V. Fichter, Senior do'Bye.for you. Watches Clocks, Jewelry the' courses in which you are interested. Do, it

The evening was spent in playing Rear or today "
Bunko, The honor of high placewe'nt SUGAR COMPANY ENDS :MOST Clewiston Drug. Company .

to two players by virtue of a I SUCCESSFUL SEASON HERE AMERiCAN
tie. Principal T, R. Jones and Miss I W.Jii:1rMERRITT': \
Frances Turner came out togetherat ((Continued from page 1)) '' School
the top 'and each was awarded a dation from Clarence R, flitting, I WATCHMAKER & JEWELER .J:, Correspondence ..,
prize. .. president of the United States Sugar CLEWISTON FLOPJDAP. ., -.L'"
During the refreshment period at Corporation, who telegraphed .- O. BOY 521 "\ 1850, Downing St., Denver, Col. '
: which brick : Ice cream and cake his congratulations from .his NewYork I .
1\ were served each guest was presentedl office, brought a glow 0: 1 "We Arc Here To Stay" :, ,. ,,.." Covers the ENTIRE United States

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