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 27, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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1 'vicious looking rattler was dis- DEFEAT AT FORT PIERCE meeting of the baseball fans ,NEAR PELICAN BAYWith

TO SPEED UP WORK played to; throngs of awed spectators FOIl'CLEVISTOX ALL STARS and players.for the purpose of or-
;,. Tuesday 'by H. L. Davis, who suc- ganizing a Clewiston Baseball Club

". -- ceeded in capturing the 5 % foot Fort Pierce evened the count with was held at ,the Clewiston Drug the hanging of the valve-

.; The Arundel corporation, with the reptile alive after a lengthy battle Clewiston when the diamond ball Company last Monday evening. gates on drainage culvert NO. 12, located -
arrival of a new drag line, has three late Monday afternoon. Mr. Davis The meeting was opened by a
Coast defeated -
team from the East city at South Florida Conservancy
. machines now building levee on he discovered the. snake about five short and 'snappy talk by Charlie
the All-Stars 6-5 on the Fort Miner in which he stressed the need District pumphouse number 6 near
..:, contract which extends from Bare miles from Clewiston on the South
" ": Beach: to Miami Locks. The corporation Line canal and fought it with a ,long Pierce field Friday night. Clewistonwon of a team to represent Clewistonthis Pelican Bay, the first of.'the drain-

' '(_ plans to place still another machine stick till it was weary, then pinnedit a 2-1 victory over the Fort summer. By unamious.Vote, Mr.' age structures on the Lake Okee-
,I,, ". on this job in a short time. to the, ground with a forked stick. P"ierce': aggregation here two weeks Miner was elected President of the chobee project reached completion

t: :. 'The machines are being brought After extracting its fangs with a earlier. team, and Cy Cruze, Manager to this week. This culvert was con-
i'. from their'' former location on the pair of pliers the captor placed the It' was anybody's game to the finish handle the play. A. L. Hackett was I structed by the North American Con-

" Mississippi river by barge around the I big snake in a metal box with a with Clewiston battling for the elected secretary and treasurer. struction company and was begun in''

Florida keys and into the lake glass front.,, tie to the last. Costly errors, and the It is the purpose of the team to I January.The .
canal from rattlesnake breaks of the game spelled defeat offer the fans of Clewiston additional -
through the St. Lucie The was quite a large gates are massive cast-iron
i, Stuart. one, measuring 5 \'z feet in length for the locals, in their out-of-town baseball entertainment in connection discs, convex qn the lakeside, and one

, .' Work was resumed on the Arundel and 7 inches in girth. It had 15 exhibition.A with the teams already organized is hung at the top of each pipe in

!it.-:-:'..:-' job this week, following a delay of rattlers and Mr. Davis estimated its play-off of the tie games, is the culvert. :With" a diameter of ten
':1\;; S about ten days caused by the break- age at about 17 years. The head planned for' an early date Those present at the meeting wereE. I: feet, each gate weighs approximately -

'.:' ",".' ing of a dam during a sudden squall. was particularly large and venomousin Lineups:, J. Rogero, Joe Cato, Kit Bowden, I three and one-half tons, and
's : The borrow pit was flooded, leaving appearance. Mr. Davis shipped the Clewiston: B. Nall, Whidden, Bob Mitchell, Charlie Hartline' I is a combination of automatic and.
II-,' two of the four pumps which snake' to the St. Louis Zoo. Hooks, Moore, Avant, C. Nail, Thomas i Beder Nall, Jack Baker, Bill Duke, manual operation. It is hung ,on the

were being used to beep the! borrow, Despite the prevailing impressionthat Campbell, Yeomans, Crochet, Red Hawkins, Sig Pruitt, Bill Bolton lake side from the center top of the

a :pit dry, under water The two remaining rattle snakes are numerous in Cruze. Cracker McClendon, Bill Redel- drain pipe. Pressure of the water
f" ',.:.. pumps were kept constantly all sections of the state, they really I Fort Pierce: Johnson, Garture, sheimer, Kurt Woodward, Cy Cruze, causes its automatic operation.

..--: pumping to reduce the water, buth"i" are a rarity and always attract a I Barton, Knowles, Register, Cross Foy Durrance, Gratton George, Russ When the water in the lake is higher'
\'- the ten days delay resulted from the crowd of onlookers whenever one is Hallstrom, Hancock, Norris, Tedder. Whidden, Goat Yeomans: Everett than that 'on 'the land, the gate is

accident. brought in to town, and it is indeeda \ Cato, Dick Simpson, Sid Crochet, A. held closed, thus retaining the waterin
t> The Atlantic Dredging and Con- rare occasion when one is ex- HONORS DIVIDED IN L. McMillan and Fred Moltz.Yi'orld's the lake. In case of sudden heavy'

' struction company has begun grad- hibited alive.Closing .. TENNIS WITH PAHOKEE: rains or storms which cause the'

).'" ing work on the portion of levee water on the land side to rise higher'
',' which it is constructing west'.of. Clewiston pulledseveral wins out Fair V ill than that in the lake itself, the pres-

%s ;" Clewiston, using a grader and tractor Date For i of, the net last Sunday afternoon in sure is reversed and the gates are'

? : 11 for the work in contrast to the an inter-city match with Pahokee Exhibit Old Mils I opened. A six inch head of water '. 1
':: : dragline and hand labor method used Clewiston Schools here. Miles beat Velpeau Denton 3-6 I is sufficient to open the gates.

:." :- by other contractors. A 10 ton Holt 6-1, '13-11 'in, singles and Mrs. Miles For Sugar Making Provision for manual operation is

;: '. :/ -x tractor and grader, needing only two May 25-June 22 defeated Miss Sanders 6-4, 6-2. In also made by means of a chain hoist:

. I men for operators have been placed the other matches, Collins and Hack- Relics of. Florida pioneer days, which can be used to open the gatesto

on the job of grading and finishing ett lost to Ford and V. C. Denton including early ,sugar mills and ket- any desired location and hold
, : the levee. Closing date for the Clewiston I 6-2, 6and Loretta Sheffield lost tles, will form a part of the Florida them at that point. This will permitthe

" The McWilliams Dredging company High school has been set as June to ''Pete Thompson. exhibit at the' Century of Prog- culverts to be used for irrigation

,,'..... expects to place the floating dredge 22nd, and for the Clewiston elementary Miles' victory over Velpeau Denton ress this summer, and will proveof purposes by releasing the water of

., which has been undergoing a thor- school as May 25th, according I was the highlight of the day. The special interest to this section.A the lake into the canals on the land-
; for former player was always on the aggressive side of the culverts vrhon needed.
ough overhauling and rebuilding to a communication'which Superintendent partial display was included last
s the past few months on the job next E. L. Stallings has received forcing: placing and volley- summer and the 'interest -manifestedthen The gates are treated r-ith the asphalt :

.:. : week. This dredge, a clamshell type, from Walter Wilbur, administratorof ing. His masterly strokes were a has prompted Earl W. Brown, mixture which is also used to }
". will be.placed at the other end of the the ''FER.A in Tallahassee. The little too much for the visitor.A manager of the exhibit to add to coat the pipes installed in the culverts ';
;:;;SS':S- ,* ( 'McWilliams contract. at Bare Beach schools of Hendry county are .now return match with the Pahokee the collection of'antiques and 'his All fittings are of stainless
,' and will work towards the Clewiston team is scheduled at an early date. steel. I.
> being operated by the FERA, "so quest has brought to light many interesting -
'' .. end, ,which has been underway for that administration has set the date : (Continued on Page 8) relics. Another drainage culvert-num- '
:f' .. several months. The McWilliams for closings. 1 Chief among the newly found ber 1, located at Diston Island pump-

'fi'\f" : company also expects to place a large The Clewiston school opened on treasures is an old sugar mill made house, is practically completed, but >

A:"", ',.: [Marion type dragline ofl the job in October 2nd, three weeks later than 1I GULFPORT ARRIVES entirely of wood-so made becauseof the gates arc not in. Two others '

'" about a month. schools in the western part of the I the straits to which the settlers at Nicodemus slough and near Lake- .' .

The Marion type machine will be 'county, so its closing dates were I were reduced, and of the scarcity of port, are nearing completion. '"
r." unique among the many outfits now set later. *I ON LEVEE WORK metal or the scarcity of money to Satisfactory progress is also be-

at work on the project in that it Other closing dates are: LaBelle purchase metal cane crushers. This ing made by the E. H. Latham company -

,- __ uses a track, almost identical with High school June 1st; LaBelle Ele-, mill was recently found at the bot- on the four hurricane ,gate
ic:.L.<"I'j' S a railroad track, for its method of mentary, May 4th; Felda, May 4th; The_ Gulfport, the government's tom of a lake, near Tallahassee, and structures. Pouring of concrete was

;+,;,:::,;)',,.' 'i, progressing. I Sears colored school, April 27th. 24 inch suction dredge' which ,was is in a state of perfect preservation.All begun on number 5 at Canal Point'
,1;. Hendry county still owes its. brought from the Mississippi river of the cog wheels are carved out last week. Number 2, in Clewiston,

teachers $3,714 in back salaries. At for work on the Lake Okeechobee of live oak and are just as good today is the furtherest advanced in con-
Race Track
" ,,'" $5,125.80 the rate of $2800 per month, whichis project, yesterday completed a, successful as when the mill, after a sea- struction. Gate number "3, at Miami
,'. the salary total for all teachers trip through St. Lucie canal son's work, was dropped into the locks, is in the embryo stage, excavating -

,,"', Funds Held By Order : this is an average of one month and and is entering'' the lake ready for lake fifty years ago in order to pre- still being in progress on its 1
two days' pay for each teacher. The assignment. Due to its size 'and the serve, it and prevent its drying out location. Number 4, at the junctureof

(';:i' Treadwell and Treadwell, of Arcadia amounts due vary somewhat, due to fact that it draws 8 \'z feet of water, and becoming useless.An Hillsboro-North New River canals
i:.,. .' : prominent South Florida attorneys the different district funds, which considerable manuevering' was nec- old sugar mill from the Span- will be ready for concrete pouring
"::":"': have been retained by the I are available for teacher's salaries.It essary to get the dredge into the ish ruins at New Smyrna and a to begin in approximately ten, days. ,11.j

:i.:. :; county commissioners to defend them It was the Intention of the school St. Lucie locks; the canal ordinarily similar mill from' DeLeon Springs, l;

': ,", :, in action brought by the Hendry I' board to keep distribution even, but. having only 8 to 8 Vz feet of water. will be included in the display, as ",j
.::=,,:' : county board of public instruction some districts, had more district The bypass of the St. Lucie was I will an ancient sugar boiling kettle Salary Law Tested

;;":.j-.::, 'I in an effort to obtain for the schoolscertain' I f funds for their teachers than others, lengthened ,from 150 to 250 feet by I hammered out of brass by hand by _
,:; \ portions of the race track so the ,amounts are not equally di- the government :to facilitate the en- the early Spanish colonizers on the
, \', funds allotted Hendry 'county. There vided. The amount unpaid at the trance'of machinery into the lake. East Coast. This kettle is now the By Superintendent 'j'ti i
';. : S close of six months of the present of B. F. Magill, Hendry
: has been no legal action since the The Guliport arrived at the St. i
. ;' temporary restraining order was Issued term, is divided as follows: Clewis- Lucie canal Friday afternoon and county commissioner.The Superintendent E. L. Stallings has I
: : by Judge Whitehurst a short ton $814.50; Clewiston colored, came through Lock No. 2 on Wed old unwieldly ,mills and uten- filed a mandamus suit against the ;

time ago, and no action is' expected $142.50; LaBelle High $1127.50,; nesday: A .wall of steel sheet pilingwas sils are a marked contrast to mod- board of public instruction for Hen- l i
,: :."F%!; ; ':' until the hearing, which has been LaBelle Elementary $735.00; Felda driven behind the dedrge to pro- ern sugar making. The contrast dry county ordering the board to restore : i

. set for May 7th. $522.50; Sears, colored, $75.00. vide a dam so the water could be will be brought out sharply by the his salary to $2400 a year. Notice ';l lI

: 'The final payment of race track raised in the locks sufficiently to get I display of the diorama of a modern I of the suit has been served on '

,kS j funds has been received and brought the heavy equipment through, sugar plantation and mill in the Chairman Drew Hampton of the 1'
.0. the total revenue for the county CleAviston Has DistrictReemployment The Gulfport has just been'I Florida Everglades. The "diorama school board, and a hearing will beheld
II made and displayed at the Fair before Circuit Judge George W. ;
from that source to $12,825.80. Of Office equipped with' a new 1000hp pump- was 1
this amount $5,000 has been givento ing engine and is ready for work last year and after being displayedIn Whitehurst of Fort Myers this afternoon ; :

the school funds, and $2,700 was with no further overhauling. No as- Miami, Clewiston, Belle Glade and E. 11. Magaha 'Is attorney fot"1;

; spent by the county before the restraining With a desire to be of service to signment of a definite location for Washington, will return to the Fair Mr. Stallings. : '!

. order which ties up the Mrs.: Average Houswife in obtaining her has as yet been made. grounds this summer. The Superintendent's salary, form-' ;J'

remaining $5,125.80. for her, when wanted, washwomen, erly $2400, was cut to $1800 by a, ,,\
-. cooks, maid's and other help as wellas special act of the 1933 legislature '
; MAY 1"' LAST DAY TO REGISTER assisting in placing skilled and HENDRY COUNTY USES 70,815 Eight Candidates and Mr. Stallings' suit is brought to, '11

\ :' skilled laborers on jobs for un-I GALLONS OF GAS IN MARCH test the constitutionality of that act.. )
Tuesday May first the last day Qualified ThursdayThursday '
individuals and contractors. I The act also sets the salaries of the .11 i
i': on which voters may register to vote ';
'!'f;',': f:"" idrihe June primary. Registration Arledge, in charge of the district Hendry county residents, duringthe commissioners, school board members -
"; office of the Re-Emplo'ment'service month of March purchased 70,815 afternoon only eight and supervisor of legislation 1 '"i;f
: books are now at the office of the 1
,:'. :.< supervisor of registration in the Court stresses the new policy of the service.Mr. gallons of gasoline. Although one of candidates had been granted quali- although the suit how being brought ;:!
... house in Arledge says the public seems the smaller counties in area and in fication papers according to Clerkof does not mention any salary except
,. .i.J', tax payments to have the Idea that the office is population Hendry ranked 18th from Circuit Court William T. Hull. that of the Superintendent. I
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may made until
:; ,i', May I
7...... :-. Candidates for county offices are I. solely for the purpose of registering the bottom of the list in amount of At that time no from i !
,''i allowed until laborers for contractors on the lake gasoline used. A considerable portion I j Clewiston had filed with the Clerk.In i!
May 11th to qualify and : L. TAYLOR
'; It is the intention of the of this purchased LaBelle four men had been 4
was by the sugar
;. ., j. pay .their qualifying fee to the county projects. I ON. BOND DURING, APPEAL !
:.J I. r<,' clerk. office to cooperate with everyonewho company for use In its tractors during granted qualification papers: In 1J.

:'".; Candidates for state offices uses labor in 'any quantity, and the harvest season. trict two B. F. Magill, the present former Hendry coun-. 1
qualify L. Taylor,
with the to act as, contact man for those wishing Kerosene in the amount of 12,441 incumbent, Gordon A. Perry, cashierof released from ';
secretary of state and are ty tax collector was
employment. The service of gallons used in the during! the Bank of LaBelle and Herbert
permitted only was county Monday;
:' until May 6 to qualify; ; the county jail at LaBelle
1 course, is entirely free to both em- March. A small inspection tax H O'Bannon, manager of Ford orange $20,000.Mr. .
under bonds totalling
U. S. ENGINEERS VS. FT. MYERS I ployer and employee, and Mr. Ar- also collected on kerosene sales. grove south of Fort Thompson; and convicted in Feb-
SCHEDULED HERE SUNDAY ledge 'will appreciate any knowledge Neither the gasoline nor kerosene in District three E. L. Rogers, local Taylor was on two different -
embezzlement ,
., I which may be given him of anyone figures Include that purchased'by the timber man and well known citizen. ruary of arising from a shortage -

tI;. Baseball bet en the U, S< En- I wishing or needing help of any kind. government agencies. In Clewiston Ray C. Hull the present commissioner in) charges his accounts as tax collector.Ho 1:1
played The Clewiston office has been i this would be a large amount as the from this district has declined to two ten-year
I r was sentenced
,.., Sunday made the district office embracingthe U. S. Engineer office purchases gasoline run for office another term concurrent.'
to run
afternoon. the game beginning at territory of Moore Haven, Belle free of tax. In Fort Denaud only one candidatehad terms, tho terms
3:30. |'I Glade and Fort Myers, In each of filed qualification papers Thurs ly. the case to the
l f Hooks and Williams will be the i it which an office was formerly located. Mrs. Ag Wood of Moore Haven day. Alto Hires the present commjs- He is appealing ji

probable battery for tho ,Engineers. (Continued on page 8) -visited friends here Wednesday J JI l (Continued on Page 8) supreme court.


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who demanded a 20 per cent BARBED WIRE IN NEST

News Review of Current wage Increase, and pickets attackedmen Howe About: '-

who approached the plant to I When a lineman was sent out from

work. Clovis, New Mexico to find the

Events the World Over Industrial plants In Connecticutwere cause of ran Interruption of a telegraph ""tv.

Involved In numerous strikes and Using Soldiers wire service, he found that
labor disputes. The attitude of the
worked Into the
bits of barbed wire
workers was expressed by John J. : Destroying Our Nation construction of a crow's nest In the

Wirt's Red Plot Story Flattened Out by Investigators Egan Federation, secretary of Labor of ,the who Connecticut said : "No i. John D. Rockefeller arms of a telegraph pole were short-

circuiting the line.
should declare dividends Bell Syndicate.-WNI1 Service. .
company any ;
10 Per Cent Income
Senate Votes for .
until the 1929 wage level Is restored." -.T. . .T.
Ferry's Seeds are sold only in fresh
Tax-Auto and Coal Troubles. By ED HOWE Ferry's -
When you buy
dated packages.
INSULL. fallen utilities
SAMUEL \17B HAVE a good many professional are sure of the finest
Is his home to W
on way soldiers who live In considerable
By EDWARD W. PICKARD be tried for his alleged misdoings In magnificence and idleness.In quality available. Adv.

connection with the bankruptcy his
of our expensive torts cavalrymen devote -
WILLIAM A. WIRT, the really an emergenccy measure and showedno financial empire. Turned over to the Silly' Question
DR. much
I educator of Gary, Ind., disposition to reconsider. American authorities by the Turkish time to fancy riding not "Every time I raise my hand my

to When the Couzens amendment was required In war ; army posts are the husband gives me a good beating." ,
told his story of a "red plot" overthrow government, he was taken from Istan
the government of the United first voted on In the senate It was defeated bul by coastal steamer and train to called mainstay of the aristocratic game "Why don't you tell the police?"

States so far as the by the hare majority of 46 to Smyrna : and there put aboard the polo. "What do they know about bridge?"

Democratic majorityof 44, the Michigan senator changing his American export liner Exilona. He is Since we pay an enormous soldier Pathfinder :Magazine.

the house investigating vote to the negative so as to move a due tax why not make some sensible use
to land In New York about May 20.
committee per reconsideration. He got busy among of soldiers? Why not distribute squadsof II

witted and the gen- his fellow senators and was successfulfirst OECRETARY OF WAR DERN com- .. them over the country and require

eral through in having the vote reconsideredand them to get exercise by chasing highwaymen .
opinion pleted the formation! of the com-
the was then in the measure's adoption bya bank burglars the radicals
out country mittee which will investigate the army
t it "not so Vote of 43 to 36. It was certain the who bomb peaceful and useful business
raJ that was air corps and its tragic ttempt to car- ,
proposal would be firmly opposed when Institutions. 'and beat -
Democrats up peaceable
ry the air malls. Newton D. Baker
declared It was utter the revenue bill went into conference. war-tim secretary of war, acceptedthe I workmen Why not a thousand VJhy Hospitals Use

bunk. The Republicans Under the Couzeus proposal, a per soldier camps Instead of a few dozen
chairmanship of the committee
hob d son subject to a normal tax of $100on luxurious ones like the Presidio a
1 which was declined by Cot Charles A. '
tr7 hoped trt find good his 1934 Income would pay $110. show place In San Francisco? Why a' Liquid laxative .
-- Lindbergh. The other civilians namedto
Dr. W. A. WIrt political material In Next day the senate adopted the I not use the fighting men we employ at
assist the
military members' are
La Follette estate taxes amendmentto
the affair, asserted that gag rule had Dr. Karl such terrific expense In maintaining
Taylor Compton, presidentof
the bill
thus $100-
been enforced. adding; nearly reasonable order In a thousand dif-
000,000 more to the tax load of the the Massachusetts Institute of communities
The revelation of the alleged scheme.f country. The amendment puts a tax Technology ; Dr. George W. Lewis, director ? Hospitals and doctors have alwa II

the radicals, said Wirt, came to him of 1 per cent on est tes of 40000. of aeronautical research for the e used liquidlaxatives. And the s't' ,

at a dinner given by Miss Alice Bar This' percentage is Increased rapidly national advisory committee on aero- There Is a man named Oswald :Spen-: is fast returning to laxatives in

rows at a country' house near Washington. until CO per cent Is levied by the gov- nautics ; Clarence D. Chamberlln, not- gler whose writing one hears a good form. Do you know the reasons?

The other guests were Robert ernment upon estates of $10,000,000and ed transatlantic flyer; MaJ. James H. deal about. His book called "The De- The dose of a liquid laxative<:: can be

Bruere, David C. Coyle Miss Hllde- more. Under the present law, ("Jimmie") Doolittle, widely known cline of the West," Is an attempt to measured. The action can thus be

garde Kneeland and Miss Mary Taylor estates up to $50,000 are exemptedfrom flyer and aeronautical; engineer, and prove that the United States Is goingto regulated to suit individual need. It It

all, like the hostess, connected with the tax.PRESIDENT. Edgar S. Gorrell, president Stutz Motor the devil and that nothing can stop forms no habit; you need not take a :,

the government, and Lawrence Todd, Car company. It Mr. Spengler does not specially "double dose" a day or two later.

chief of the Tass, official SOTiet government criticize us for throwing our cook- Nor will a mild liquid laxative irritatethe

news agency in the United ROOSEVELT'S fishing stoves and beds and going backto kidneys
trip on the Nourmahal ended with BEFORE the criminal court In away

States. From their conversation. Wirt the arrival of the yacht at MiamL Washington Bishop James Cannon campfires and brush piles except The right dose of a liquid laxative
said, he gathered that men high In the that his statistics to show that and thereis
Friends advised against > his landing, Jr., of the Methodist Church seem brings a perfect movement
councils of the administration were I while nations always destroy them- discomfort at the time after.
remembering the attempt on his life South, and Miss Ada L.. Burroughs of no or
plotting the overthrow of the American -
selves with dissension and false '
social order and that they considered there two years ago, but he laughed at Richmond, his aid In progress The wrong cathartic may often do
our rapid
their fears. However, he and Secre- the ,anti-Al Smith pace more harm than good.A .
President Roosevelt as another -
than has been the rule In national
of 1028
tary McIntyre drove directly from the i ,
Kerensky to be followed by an-
destruction heretofore. properly prepared liquid laxative
were finally arraignedto
pier to the train and the Presidentwas
ether Stalin. The six men named by like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
back the next answer to chargesof Civilization Mr. Spengler declares,
Wirt were Secretary of Agriculture Washington on brings safe relief from constipation.It .
day. having violated the always destroys itself because people
A. Wallace Prof. Rexford Guy the
Henry ; gently helps average person's
corrupt practices act. demand too much of It. After a man
Johnson Donald
Tugwell, assistant secretary of agriculture Richberg, bowels back,to regularity. Dr. CaldweU's -
If convicted they gets one bath room and Is fairly comfortable -
.. and recognized head of the Secretary McIntyre and some twenty Syrup Pepsin is an approved
White would face a possible In his home he demands two
House and their
F ]brain trust; Prof. Milburn L. Wilson, correspondents liquid laxative which, all druggists
wives term of two years in or three; It was lately charged againsta ;
bead of the subsistence' homestead division narrowly escaped death as they keep ready for use. It makes an
of the of Interior were going from Coral Gables to meet prison or a fine of prominent citizen of Texas he bad ideal family laxative; effective for
> Department ;
the President at the water front. A $10,000 or both The nineteen. Now .he has lost ,not only all ages and may be given the
Dr. Robert Kohn head of the housing ----
big combination automobile trailer in specific charge is that his nineteen bath tubs but his house, youngest child. Member N, R. A.
division of the works administration Cannon
public Bishop
which they the only $17t300 of the and the fortune that supported it. His
were riding got across,
Dr. Frederick Howe
consumers -
; adjustment railway tracks Just in time to avoid $65,300 contribution made by EdwinC. neighbors;: who had but one bath room /

counsel for the agricultural by inches being struck by a speeding Jameson of New York to the anti- took after this aristocrat and caught Those Close-Fisters

'- administration, and Henry T. train. Smith movement was reported by the him. They are all going to the creek A close-fisted" man is often liberalIn

; Hainey: speaker of the house of repre- anti-Smith Democrats' headquarters for bathing now but they had an enjoyable the use of his closed fists.

:' sentatives. \ committee.It .
r.. The most serious charges made by JUST before he left Washington for fight
was Indicated that the defense
and Mr. Spengler believes the special
the President
to meet
f.';; the gentleman from Indiana were directed would contend that Miss Burroughsdid .
accompany him back to the Capital, speed we have displayed in going to Banish FrecklesWeatherBeaten :
4: at Professor Tugwell ; but his not have to report the $48,000 in
General ,the devil is due more to our editors ,
Johnson decreed a radical reorganization -
f'; basis for these, as for practically all question arguing that It was spent
than to any other cause. The AmerIcan -
.( his story was hearsay, second-hand of the within the confines Virginia:; by the Skin'Weeks
NRA along lines similar newspapers he charges have
.;- Information and vague statements by state anti-Smith committee.
; thrown away the brakes'and pursue a
to those of the
some_ of his fellow guests at the {lin- QuickerIt
wide policy they drive as fast
open ;
army. The most important -
ner. In that lay its weakness, though
u part of this IF HENRY A. WALLACE has his In everything as their readers drive is so easy now to clear away black-
there are serious-minded Americans !
many "
r :rM' shakeup was the way Arthur W. Cutten, millionaire their new automobiles and wrecks beads,freckles,coarseness;to havesmootb.
appointment -
who Insist that there should bea
of Lieut. member of the Chicago wheat pit, will will Inevitably destroy as a little white,flawless new beauty. Just begin tonight :

real investigation of any government be barred from future trading on grain earlier than has been the rule In older "z' with famous: Nadi-
Cot G. A.
officials seeking{ to undermine Lynch, an t.;( :; .1'|| nola Bleaching Cream
exchanges. The of civilizations u
line present form of government. Infantry officer of the secretary >y-,: > J tested and trusted for over

", The committee, having heard Wirt, regular army, as Johnson's ture summoned Cutten to appear be- A few conservatives are begging for ,:"ja: jj 8 a generation. The minute

right-hand man. fore the Grain Futures administrationin reasonable delay In traveling the roadto you smooth it on, Nad-
adjourned for some days with the in- -\-t'/: ,
I Colonel Lynch, whom Chicago on May 14 to answer destruction ; for at least as much ,<.v( y inola,begins to clear
: tcotios of calling as witnesses those r
administrator describes charges of failing to report his trades moderation as the Greek and Romans : J whiten and smooth your
who attended the country house din- '
Col.G.A.Lynch as required by the grain futures act, displayed but ours is a fast age, and :I skin. Tan and freckles,
I as "the most K
Some of.them had denied $,:
ner. already sallow color
.+. ' : ;|
t\ : %>>>
with making false and with continue ;;
reports, shall to i.
we stepon
' advanced thinker In the United States propably ,
! flatly or belittled the statements made \fi./'J'fish quickly.: You see daybydayimprovementuntil:-
concealing his trades through false entries
army, is given full jurisdiction over it. "l
bqldrit. ,::::t*- :(,. !
dummy accounts and other collusive :'} "i< ":l { f
all matters not otherwise assigned.He 41f.d t > "' ,your skin is all you long

of bickering resulted ,from the has complete authority to approve practices. The alleged offenses Considering the many bad things I :L; ,'-' :" ,jfor; creamy-white, satin-

LOTS case, and in this some of codes, orders, amendments and other were committed in 1930 and 1931. have known other men to do, 1 con- smoothlove1y. Get a large box of NADI-

'. the Democrats concerned did not makea modifications, and may sign codes that clude John D. Rockefeller Is an exceptionally no long,"only waiting 50c.for No results.disappointments Money-back;
good showing. Chairman Bulwinkle.f do not requfre the signature of the FRANK WALKER, chairman of the good man. His father was a guarantee.

the committee, for instance, asserted President. national emergency runaway, and deserted a good wife

that Wirt was Imprisoned at council, made announcement of the and her little children but John wasa .

Gary during war times, for pro-Ger- A DMINISTRATOR JOHNSON'S or- next step in the administration's recovery good boy, and took care not only of TELLS HOW SHE TOOK

Man activities, and this was indignantly der to the bituminous coal industry program the mm amfmfffrmmmm his mother and his younger;: brothers

denied by numerous persons who to put Into effect a seven-hour day financing of housing and sisters but looked up his father. 4 IMS. OFF f41PS I

were in position to know its truth or and new minimum wage rates was projects all over the and helped him. too.

.falsity. Secretary of the. Interior bitterly attacked by southern coal pro country with federal When John had children of his own, 7 INS. Off VIAIST

Ickes accused Doctor Wirt of having ducers at a code revision hearing In funds. New homesare he had family prayers and tried to t: I

sought to obtain -public works money I Washington. Especially objectionableto to be built ; old bring them up right ;,

r. 'for a "Fairyland" project in the InI the Alabama, Tennessee and Ken- homes are to be repaired The Rockefeller foundation, the In 40 days by taking Kruschen Salts

: r diana dunes by which Doctor Wirt tucky operators was the reduction in remodeled, greatest philanthropy In the history :Mrs. Helga Blaugh of New York City
reduced 20% Ibs. took 4 inches off -
was to sell 2.000 front wage differentials accorded southerncoal Mortgages s 0.. still Its feet although ,
feet of dune spruced up. ; of the world. Is on 3 inches off bust and7h

I: land along Lake Michigan at $50 a fields. are to be givenon possibly staggered;: a little by inches off waist.

foot a total sale price of $100.000. generous terms the recent depression. At ninetythreeold She writes. : "I haven't

The project was disapproved by the LABOR conditions in the Detroit with Interest low and John Is still pursuing his policy of gone hungry a moment '
I feel fine
Public Works administration as "\'I.k mostly affecting tbe automo- payment -permitted .-. .. saying little and doing much.In look -10 yrs. younger.'*

sionary and impractical," Mr. Ickes bile Industry, remained In chaotic con over 10 and 20 years.Frank Walker moral conduct finance, fairness To get rid of double

said.Doctor dition, despite the partly successful All of the activities of the govern common sense his average Is higher chins, bulging < hips,

Wirt issued a denial of Sec- efforts of government mediators. The ment related to housing-such as the than that of any other man I know ugly rolls of fat on ''''.," ,

'.:, retary Ickes' tale, explaining that he strike at the plant of the Motor Prod- subsistence homestead plan, the Home from reading the papers. Of course SAFELY waist and and upper without arms

had no connection with the ucts which had caused a Owners' Loan the home .
proposed corporation, corporation he has been rich a long time but this discomfort the same time build up

project _and that the company with shutdown of the factory of the Hud- loan bank board, the farm credit ad- Is the most excusable of faults since glorious health and acquire K: clear skin,

which he was connected had held the son Motor company, was settled when ministration, the Department of Agri Is trying to-be guilty ; and bright yes, energy and vivaciousness--
every one to look and feel it-take
land In question for 12 ; Gen. culture's of new housing for :younger a half
Edward assistant to program
to P.
years pre- McGrady, 1 predict that after he has been dead teaspoonful of Kruschen Salts in a glass
serve Jt for park purposes. Hugh Johnson, laid before the 'strikers farmers-are to be co-ordlnated undera long enough for gossip to get aroundto of hot water every morning before

Representative McGugin of Kansas, terms that had been accepted by single authority. the truth (which It always does) his breakfast.One .
; Republican member of the Investigat the corporation. The workers agreedto There is both an emergency and a monument little higher than jar lasts 4 weeks and costs buta
will be a
;. ing committee, was "gagged" when he the terms, which called for a 10 per permanent program In tho scheme, and those of Gothe. the poet. Hannibal, the Make trifle sure at any you drugstore get Kruschen the world becauseit's over.

r t tried to make a speech on the cent Increase ln and arbitration the temporary program as contemplated -
case pay general(; or E'lato. the, philosopher. SAFE. :Money back if not joyfully
will be campaign,
r in the house a rousing
: but managed to 'get It of disputes over piece work pay rates. satisfied. '
and Egg
Inserted In ,the Congressional with citizens, real estate men building After all. It Is the Butter
i- Record. This enabled the Hudson plant to re influ,
At the same time the Department contractors, union leaders, and Man who Is In position to most

Justice was seeking to revive a five-of. open.The 1,700 employees of the Camp laborers all being exhorted to Join In a ence and better the world by makinga --CUT ME OUT-----i

movement toward the restora- high In the practical things. Iandmailmewlthloocoin orstamns and jour '
old average
year matter In which McGugin bell, Wyant & Cannon foundry at Mus- patriotic I name and address to LORD & AMES, Inc., I
appeared as a lawyer for Mrs. tion 'of the still slumbering construction Writing a bit of poetry winning a | 360 N.Michigan Av nu ,Chlcaeo.l will brine. |
.- Barnett kegon, Mich., struck. The concern I you a generous sample of Loruy yarn PowIderandLomtono I
wife of the wealthy Indian Jack- makes castings for automobile build Industry. tight, or tossing off a philosophical beauty cream. dlso the marvelous details how all-purpose to make II

son Barnett. ers. The 4.600 employees of the Nash gem, are small matters compared with tS OO to$10.00 a.week extra in;your sparo time. .
McDOWELL In ----------------------
1 the daily Butter and Egg struggle;
Motor company still were on strike at WILLIAM
DESPITE the opposition of Kenosha, Wis. Mont., the new American this John D. Rockefeller has long been '

the minister to the Irish Free State, master and made an exceptionally PURE SHAMPOO .
leaders and the doubt of The Mechanics Educational Societyof a Make Your Own EASILY AT HOME I.,; -
Its approval by the President Sena- America, an organization .of tool collapsed and died of heart disease high, average from a boy of fourteento ,N 10 MINUTES
during a banquet, in' his honor givenby of ninety-three. For personal use or re-sale at big profit.
tor Couzens old man
persisted In his effort and die makers had voted to strike Valera In "W. supply pure concentrated ingredientsof
to put through his amendment to the unless executives of Jobbing plants President Eamon 'De e a Nationally Advertised Shampoo

tax bill calling for a flat 10 per centIncease met their demands for a 20 per cent Dublin castle. Mr. McDowell was respondIng There Is a bold: merciless thing Ready Money back proportioned.if dlssa.tlstled--bank Simply combine.refer-

In ''all income tax returns pay Increase and 36-hour week. to congratulatory speeches called Right. Opposed to it Is a timid ences. Six months' supply $1.00 postpaid. 1
his chair and PDBETEEO (Purely Guaranteed
when he fell back Into )
Chairman Pat Harrison of the senate There was a strike by 800 employeesof thing making explanations called .laboratory, Bloom f Icld, N. J., Dept. JL '

finance committee' had approved It as the Detroit-Michigan Stove com expired by almost Western Instantly.Newspaper Unioa.i ''Wrong.

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Queen Better to Leave Tree Alone paper been used shown In orthopedic in Vienna applianceshas and it Is .:I

Than to Follow Programof claimed that it possesses a tonal

quality comparable to instrumentsmade

I I Butchery. from selected woods by the ,;
By Frances Parkinson Keyes best Italian crattsmen. :;
By R. S. Marsh Horticultural Specialist, :,
The acoustic
properties of the
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. In spite of the fact that pruning has
: : Frances Parkinson Keyes WNU Service. s during the manufacture of i
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there are still miscon-
years many made j
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::,: SYNOPSISAt CHAPTER IX small but sunny drawing room open- tion affecting the fruit Income on easily enough from paper an instru-

Ing Into a dark little dining room farms. In the 10 years of 1923-1932! ment rigid enough to permit of use 1 1as

a dance, a visitor in the community, To the day of her death Anne Conrad whose one window overlooked a diminu- inclusive state of Illinois' apple a violin sounding board, the purity I
Neal Conrad ydung lawyer, is Impressed by tive back yard and a kitchen in the and peach crops alone averaged $S,.-' of tone could not be gauged without
will remember her first winter In
Anne Chamberlain, pretty daughter of a shiftless ell ; on the second story two large bedrooms 921,100 annually.
' farmer, preceiving her fine character. A WashIngton as a senator's wife, with a test. Popular opinion regarding :
him and his and one small one. and a bath Pruning ,should aid the tree in Its I
i,'" few days later she accompanies driving Insistence.She the nature and qualities of woods
hostess, Mrs. Griffin on a picnic. At the end and Neal discussed the questionof room ; In the basement under the natural habit of growth and in its, employed in old violins have recently
{: of the day Neal declares his love. At Washington drawing room, a storeroom which battle against the enemies of disease, been controverted scientific
a temporary home all the over by tests. :
the Conrads
their meet way
:>" on honeymoon
might conceivably be used as a play Insects and adverse weather condi-
: Clarence Hathaway, friend of Ncal's. fount on the boat coming back from Paris. Even trained musicians'cannot f
:,' diplomat. The couple start housekeep room, The furniture was shabby and tions. However, it is better to allow
young between the
and finally decided on account of the readily distinguish notes :
ing. Anne's healtb fail NeaL Anne was amazed that any woman than to
begins to engrossed the tree to go unpruned practice -
obtained from "Strad"
and other
a ,
children that small house woulr5 hp
in politics, does not notice. She rea- could leave her house so far from some of the popular methods of
lizes she Is to be a mother. While Neal la preferable to an apartment.It highly prized makes when properly "j
clean But she felt at last that she
away, Anne has a visit from an old friend, should not she thought be "ery'hard butchery.The tuned and played. J
which offered
Mr. Goldenburg. (n Neal's absence be takes found something principal accomplishment In 1
charge of the situation. Neal is in an agonyof to find exactly what they wanted possibilities at least. She asked the pruning is the modification of the tree
bis and she urged Neal to follow his Im Yourlocal dealer carries Ferry'sPure
remorse over neglect Their son is born.n amount of rent.
[ the ensuing eight years Neal's law practiceand patient desire to begin "getting settled form and size, although the practice'will Bred Vegetable Seeds. Now ;i"
his in "Two hundred and fifty dollars a affect the color, size and 'quality
position politics both mount. A In his quarters at the senate office only 5 cents a package. Adv.
.t': .' daughter has been born to Anne but her month, without heat or light linen and of the fruit. The form of the tree .

,.i"\ ': beauty is fading. Clarence Hathaway, now in building These certainly left noth'In2to silver. of course. Very reasonable." should not be changed radically, and :;
:\": diplomatic be' desired. Neal Eternal Law of Life
; a post In Paris visits the Conrads. felt himself
she also
Anne But
was aghast. was its size must not be reduced too much,
: He. reproaches Neal fcr Anne 1
: !I illowing to swelling with national Importance To love one's neighbor as oneself
; "stagnate." and suggests Neal and Anne take desperate if maximum yields are to be obtained.
; from the first moment that he sat Is not a mere pious sentiment ; it Is :i
1tJ, '. a holiday, with him, in France. In Paris "I'll.let. you know tomorrow, I think On the younger apple, pear and cherry ,
: Anne "rejuvenated," physically and sartori- down In front of the blank polished probably I'll take It." trees the wood that Is removedby every whit as much a law of life as

ally. Hathaway, long secretly enamored, en- surface of his enormous desk and ""I'm sure couldn't do better. more fresh air is to the body.-Sir Wilfred .:' 'J 1
deavors you pruning, the smaller the crop produced "I'
to win her from Neal.. without suc :
pushed the little bell which summoned Grenfell. ,
!Mrs. Conrad.
'; '
cess. and the longer it. takes the nonbearing :
- Miss Letts to come and take dictation
It because Anne miser-
was was so
trees to come Into production. ;
\< .: from him A cable'had Informed Miss of this that she I '
.... t'ah ably sure herself On older trees the removal of non
CHAPTER Letts of the impending change in her
VIIIContinued19 painted the little house In brighter vigorous wood thins out the branchesso I'

; sphere of usefulness, and she had preceded colors than It deserved to Neal that that resulting fruit is of improved '

Somehow Anne wrenched herself the Conrads to Washington. evening.. And. even with this effort at color and size. This thinning does not

., free. Her lips well Anne recognized the competence of
;, were shaking, as couleur-de-rose he was not enthusl reduce the yield on some varieties, If
as her body ; nevertheless there was Miss Letts and was grateful for It, because astic."That's.
, done carefully, and does permit a more
* an inner force about her which compelled It made everything so much a terrible rlce. Why, wewouldn't thorough job of spraying for the con- j
him to listen to her. easier for Neal. FOR' '
'I" have room than we
; any more trol of insects and diseases.

t"I: don't love you," she reiterated, She agreed with him perfectly whenhe did In the cottage-not as much, real When fruit trees are first planted 1

'.' brokenly but persistently. "I've been told her that everything was In terrible ly-and you know what that cost And Important training can be accom- YoiEVES :'1

:\J:. grateful to you and I always shall be confusion and that he did not see there's no garage." plished by pruning and disbudding

";:.: In-In spite of what's happened. I believe how be was ever going to get straightened It was on the tip of her tongue to During the first two seasons of growth, :

some day you'll be as sorry that out and adjusted. So she went urge him to go out and hunt himself proper training Iwill produce strong Quick, Safe Relief :;;'

.f, It happened as I am And you're right out to look for houses by herself. The If he felt he could do better. But she trees that will live a long time. Such For Eyes Irritated "

'' I have been-been attracted by you. real estate agent to whom she had ap managed to restrain herself remark- trees will require less pruning later on

"' Perhaps that's what made me-for the plied led her to several untenanted Ing only. "I wish you'd come and look By Exposure To ".

:" moment-kIss back-something rest marble palaces hung with mangy tap '.
at it In the morning. Sun Wind and Dust
, less and reckless, and primitive. Worn estrles and furnished in rickety gilt. "I really ought to get to the officeIn Lack of Iron in Rations ,

o : en are primitive sometimes as well as and to a long succession of tall narrow good season. You see-" Cause of Anemia in Pigs At All Drug Stores '

,, men. I wish more people would recog edifices made of bright red brick with "Yes. I know ; but It will take only a Anemia In suckling pigs is causedby Write Murine Co.,Dpt.W,Cbic. oror Free Book.MercolizedWax.. :
: nize that. But I don't love you. It's one tin bath, and gloomy "back-par few minutes." 'j
lack of Iron In the ration of the
I :, Neal I love. 'I'd rather go back to lors." She regarded these docilely at, Neal consented
Somewhat grudgingly, the of animal
;< Hinsboro, to all that drudgery and Isolation first ; then she began to object mildly and pig, says department
:, to her equally J
I rz' accompany ; husbandry at Cornell university. It is
, : call it-to "Will please show what 1
? as you being neglected you me few
grudgingly he signed the lease a that at the time
out present
: ;!+ ,, and forgotten by him as you'vehinted asked you for In the beginning: small pointed
days later conveying the iron
H '; as long as I cat. be with him, houses, with about eight rooms, conveniently it Is Impossible to increase .
though he did not actually say so, that iron to
:, ; content of the milk by feeding
< than to stay here In Paris-and all arranged, and at a reason ,
have done much better himself
he could '.
i that it means-with you, because 1 able rental? Unless It Is clear to you nation the sow and other means must be ,>
:x If the affairs of the 1
: :'t love him. Because, I know he belongs now what I want. I think I had bettergo used to prevent anemia., '
not weighed so heavily upon him. Then When and litters confined j.
.' to me, no matter what he does or to another' agent." sows are
Anne bought herself some cheap gingham .
: doesn't do. Because I belong to him. The agent was grieved. It had not Indoors on concrete and wooden :'

.k ,',: .. If he fails, I'm willing to fail with him. occurred to him that such a young dresses a supply of scrubbing floors, members of the, department say,
/ brushes cleansing powders and soft
;'!\, !. And If he succeeds, In the end I'm pretty, and gentle lady would be so un the pigs may become so anemic that

7!;:".: ::.', going to' be there to see it, even If 1 amenable to his blandishments. Allowing cloths and began the process of clean- they die ,before weaning time, and

;.:... can't share it." her to'see that his feelings were Ing house from top to bottom.It recommend the use of a saturated Keeps Skin Young

t<. hurt he led her from small dingy was backbreaking work ; and her solution of ferrous sulphate to prevent
}: : : For one vibrant moment of silence. one Absorb blemishes and discoloration using
they faced each other-then he bent dwelling to another. They were all muscles were soft fter her summerof anemia. The Iron solution may be prepared Meraohzed Wax daily 33 directed. Invisible
physical she did particles of aged stun freed and all
Inactivity. But not pound of dried are
dissolving one
his head, stricken by the consciousness dirty beyond description and in most by defects such as blackheads, tan, freckles and
that he had been very close to violating of them both plumbing and heating know where to seek for a scrubwoman ferrous sulphate, or an ordinary gradeof pores disappear. Skin is then beautifury
and she already saw. very plainly, of hot clear, velvety and so soft-face looks
In wa-
a shrine plants were antiquated and inadequate ; copperas, one quart years younger. Mercolized Wax brings out
, that she would have to begin to save ter. hidden beauty.At all leading druggists
"From the bottom of my heart," he Anne went back to the Wlllard dizzy your j ji
; .,. said "I ask with discouragement, and Neal expressed pennies again. Treatments with this solution as Powdered Saxolite-
\ your forgiveness. She did not have the satisfac- swab- I Reduces wrinkles and other age eigne. Simply II
; surprise at her lack of success outlined by the department are:
; t a'a s I dissolve ono ounce Saiohta in half-pint II
., tion of doing her housecleaning In uninterrupted bing the udder of the sow once dally I witch band and use daily as face lotion. |

) Groping her way down the dark "Aren't you a little too fussy? We peace. The telephone rang until the pigs are six weeks old ; or

? ", winding little corridor that led to her At first she answered It week until
. N ought to be getting settled, you know constantly drenching the pigs once a
,:: ; '... rooms, Anne was suddenly confronted and having horn l and ,the children conscientiously believing that Its peals the pigs are four or preferably six:: lack
/.'\ ., with a large lozenge of light. Neal Do you PEP ?
come down Surely you must be ableto might! portend tidings of Importance to weeks of age. When pigs cannot. feed '

F',: had hoard her approaching footsteps. get something. I'd take a day off NeaL It usually proved however, tc fn a creep or self-feeder, probably Are you all in, tired and run down? j j1&lIMTERSMl1lIs

l/;'.- -he must have been listening for them and help you hunt but things are so be a photographer who wished her tc they should be drenched once a week

,'-: -and had flung the door of their little terribly piled up at the office-" have her picture ,taken. When the until they are six:: weeks old. & 1;i

'::'" ,:.' salon, with its welcoming radiance "1 know Neal. ('11 try again But same firm called her three' times in ii i

"'.' : wide open. And dashing out to meet honestly. It's awfully hard." twenty four hours she hung up the IfJ TONIC .y'
,: her, he almost smothered her in a Alfalfa Long FavoredAlfalfa
next dismissed the receiver with
The morning she a bang and answeredthe 1
,J--- I bear hug. Greece from Asia j
into Will rid of
agent and started out by herself on telephone no more. Then of .came you

' "Oh, Anne, where have you been so foot stopping before every house that course, a magnate from Belford who and then was carried to Italy. Sev- MALARIA ;

' long? I thought you'd never come I displayed In Its window n sign of "For had only a day In the city called and eral Roman farmers told about their J

'..f :I--, ," Do hurry! You can't imagine what's sale or to let." At last she discovered received the report that "they didn't farming. They said "Of all the legumes and build yoU'up Used for 65 years for Chills, ,I

:;:: "V.",' happened. Anne-Anne-read that tucked away between two hand answer." It did not seem to occur to alfalfa is the best because whenIt Fever,Malaria and
"' it lasts ten years, becauseIt A General Tonic j
trJ k cablegram some brownstone "residences" a small him that he could call up the senate Is sown {

\ She snatched at the flimsy bit of house of yellow-painted brick. It wa office building. Be went home to Belford can be mowed four times or even six: SOc and $1.00 At All Dl'1Iui.u :

blue paper which be was waving In only two stories high ; Its location was and wrote Neal an Indignant letter times a year, and because it improvesthe I
Plowing under crops for \
her face. It was signed by Lew, the excellent ; and a notice so large that It and spread the news among his soil. to be good
known ,
governor of their state. And it read : completely filled the modest bay win neighbors that "Conrad was getting a green manure was Clover
planting corn. -
dow In which It was placed, pro swelled head already." Neal very' especially:
"SHELTON JUNIOR SENATOR DIED was .and, field beans were recommended -
claimed that it was seeking
THIS MORNING. HOPE YOU WILL out the angry about It, and Anne felt that he: by" "the best Roman farmers as good
ACCEPT APPOINTMENT FROM ME Tremblingly, Anne sought had a right to be. feed. They recommended a
HIS SEAT UNITED STATES agent. The house proved to contain n cattle
three-year rotation for crops ; the land

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left year, +
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Advent of Automobile Has Made the 1 turns and It was cast twenty feet and legume the third year. Many of the

I ,, I hit a boy In the head Inflicting a grave methods we consider quite modern to

>. "Lucky" Horseshoe Hard Thing to Find Injury. No luck for him In that horse. 'use ,on our farms, observes an authority -

. '. shoe. are really centuries old.-Ex- The Crying and Restlessnessof
''fy.t At the turn of the century the motorcar found It was usually taken for a mascot Beetle Live Under Water i children i" frequently an indica-

? .''....':!: was called the "horseless car. Nailed over a door It was considered "Beetles with their anatomy all organized tion Worms or Tapeworm in the

'. tf rlage." It was veritably a curiosity as a protection against witches. for breathing air, yet which I Home Lard ProductionWhen system. The cheapest, safest, and i

'S':''.. When one went through the streets It was held In Welsh lore to be lucky live under water and get air to breathe' lard rendered_ at home, It quickest,medicine for ridding children I

:,,. .;. people stopped to watch It. wondered because It was crescent shaped, was apart only once In their lives, have been should be graded and as much neutral or adults of these parasites is I

r d'..'I;' ... aMt, some deriding It as assured of of a horse's equipment and was found In Jie cold swift brooklets In' lard as possible produced, says Miss Dr.Peery's'DEAD SHOT Vermifuge60o !

:. failure, others welcoming It as a great made of ,Iron the crescent being a resemblance the Great Smoky mountains, between Flora Carl of the Missouri College of

',F\," '." advance.. For' perhaps a decade the to the halo the horse In Tennessee and North Carolina" says' I Agriculture. Neutral lard is the lard: .pq"S 1.irir NUIy. \t i

.. :: horse held Its own as a motive power ancient English mythology, being n Science News Letter These curious rendered from Internal fats at' such alt f .t jT bur

'' but as the automobile was Improved harbinger of good fortune, and Iron Insects It Is explained, hatch under low temperatures that It Is almost if
',' as the motor the miraculous not entirely, free of taste and odor.
was perfected anima) held to possess protecting water and there pass their entire
',> that.had for centuries been relied Neutral lard Is of high quality but it a bottle nt drnanrists or
upon powers. lives except for a brief period after Wright's Jill Co., 10O Gold St., J .Y. City.
," ', Is seldom that It can be purchased for
for '
,; > by man transportation was gradually 'Nowadays the finder of a horseshoeIs they have reached the pupal stage

replaced, until today the appear. lucky Indeed, If rarity counts. On when they come out Into the upper cooking purposes, since most of> it goes I
Into the manufacture of oleomargarine.More
: ance of one of them, attached to a I the farm maybe, It Is otherwise but air for a short flight to Insure their at atower PIMPLES HEALEDSkin
lard be extracted
I can
q3 carriage or a wagon In the streets In a city a horseshoe lying In a streetIs distribution. How it Is that Insects .
the fat is throughthe finer the
temperature if run made clearersmoother, ,
of a large city, Is almost as much a almost as exceptional as a fragment that have no gills or similar apparatusand of
sausage mill Instead of chopping easy Resinol way. For free sample
cause of wonderment as was the of a meteor. The other day In New only a small reservoir of air under before rendering. The fat from the Ointment and Soap write to

chugging, snorting comparatively York a horseshoe lay on the pavementof their wing cases can exist under water rInds Is more difficult to extract and

/ crawling contraption of thirty or so a busy thoroughfare unnoticed for for months Is a puzzle to scientists. gives a softer and a cheaper grade of Resinol

. years ago. long enough to be picked op by a That their oxygen requirements ,,avery lard" The rinds can be rendered by

The horseshoe once was regarded as rear wheel of a motor car. The spJn low on account of their Inactl( I roasting in the oven '

ft token of god luct. When one was of the wheel flung it loose after a few Ity Is the only explanation made. |


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The Clewiston LaBelle on Saturday after- Political AnnouncementsFOR
noon, April 28. ,

Published every: Friday in Clewiston, RAMBLINGS. The Finance Committee reportedthat REPRESENTATIVE

Florida, the CLEWISTON NEWS, News ItemsCOUNTY they,\had cancelled, their contract -
I. I for the Minstrel show due to To the citizens of Hendry

Inc. ....................................................................................................... difficulty in finding a date suitable j! I hereby announce myself as from a '
I ,"
j candidate for representative
to all the club members. tI
Keathley Bowden, Editor It looks like the whole fleet can NURSE BUSY WITH Hendry:, county in the 1935 Legislature fH
go thru the Panama Canal in less I subject to the Democratic Primary \
F AIIXATIOXSIOJ; ; <;S OFFICE Paul and Wilson Reynolds of Alva .
Entered as second class mail mat time than it takes the Gulfport to | June 5th.I
visited Miss Carmella Doub Sunday believe this county needs a representative -
1 1927 at the Post get thru the St. Lucie Locks. But I
ter February Miss Lucelia Van Horn
FERA afternoon. { who will be active, progressive -
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under then the Panama Canal was made County Nurse, has moved her head- I Misses' Caimella!, and Laura Doub ]I and always on the alert to
Act of March 3, 1897. for fleets and those who built the St. af-
the quarters from the FERA building to i I were guests of Mrs. O. B. Russell In ] care for all legislative matters
Lucie canal never dreamed a vessel an office adjacent to that occupied Fort Myers Tuesday. fecting the county or its people; as

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. as..large as the Gufport would ever by Dr. P. H. Jones on the second I Mr. and Mrs. Victor Barth of St. well as one who will work for the
Advertising rates on application. have any business in Lake Ok.eecho- floor of the Bank betterment of the state as a whole.If .
j Petersburg
] were Tuesday night
elected, I promise my best energy
Miss Van Horn was sent -here by : guests at the C. C. Cook home.
Devoted to the advancement and bee.A and ability for all, of Hondry county.
trip around Lake Okeechobee is the old CW'A but is. continuing hi' land Mrs. D. T. Ward and
welfare of' Clewiston and Hendry I sons II Your vote and support will be appre-
I a revelation to those who made the examination of school children under I David Owen and Wilson of Fort ciated.

County. early struggle to "drain the Ever- the FERA. Last Saturday she ,1 Myers were Sunday guests at the CHARLIE LOVVORNPaid

glades." The enormity of any drain- visited the school in Immokalee and : William Murray home. ( Political Advertisement, ) .

It's fishin' season in Florida, the age project in the Everglades could will make an examination there in j Miss Laura Doub and Clyde Mur-

kind of fish depending on choice not be realized until after several the near future. Monday .morning phy motored to Fort Myers Sunday. FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERI :

and locality. From shrimp to tar- futile and honest attempts. she will make a dental inspection of Miss Ethel Cook, attended Leaguin

pon, there's plenty for every kind Speaking of fleets reminds one of the school children in Clewiston. Alva Sunday night. I have announced my candidacy

of fish ill'. "the Fleet's' In", a CWA artist (1)s I 1.. B. Minor and Robert Royer of for the office ,of member of School

Star-Advocate asks conception that once hung in official STEWART VISITS LAIJELLE j Alva were visitors at ,the C. C., Cook Board of Hendry County.
The Titusville M. E. VON MACH
halls in Washington. The Sec'y of j hcme Sunday,afternoon. '
"do you realize that ten years have (Paid Political Advertisement, )
the Navy gave it the once over and, Elbert Stweart, cashier of the i
passed since the last real estate @
ordered its removal saying "It's quite Clewiston Bank and candidate for J 5,000 VISITORS
started?" and the Clermont. '
artistic ,but not true of the Navy." the office of, Representative from i" '
Press adds "And eight years ago
Bad an artist been criticising it, he Hendry county to the State Legisla- : 'I'hr'OUgh an error which it was
millionaires? myself as a
hereby announce
we were '
have said "It be ture vas in LaBelle Monday. ,
would probably may I impossible to anticipate, the news candidate for State Representative

Lake City Reporter has found true of the Navy but it isn't artis- II I I story of the closing of the sugar mill 1 from Hendry 'county, subject to the

that there are 229,721 tax collectorsin tic." It's all in the point of view, HOME' ECONOMIC: CLASS HAS I last week, omitted the number of will of the voters in the June primary -

the United States. Here's one but the reproductions in newspapers .MOTHERS' TEA WEDNESDAY visitors which had been shown 1934. '
class of men who do their work: well of the painting were neither Naval .through the property by guides this Experience is valuable, and if I
.mighty well.-Times-Union. Well, nor Artistic. Under the direction of their teacher season. There were five thousand am elected to this important officeI
Mrs.. Olive Fichter, the Home will be able to use to a great ad-.
then what do they do with the 'Tis said the MacWilliams home during th.eweeks from November
Economics girls of LaBelle High vantage the experience I gained as .f':
money? office is getting worried about its 30 to April 14th, which em
in the 1931 -
I school entertained their mothers at your session
employees in the Everglades. Threeof (I braced the grinding season for the of the Legislature, when the
They finally decided to get married a tea Wednesdayafternoon, at 3:30.
I the young men have followed examples year. questions of gasoline tax division,
They figured that with both Refreshments prepared by the girls
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set by fellow employees dur- race track tax division, 'and other
of them working and a small income were sandwiches, cakes and iced tea. I
ing their first contract on the, lake NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR equally important questions came
from an estate they might be. TAX DEED before the Legislature. '
and have married :within the past j
able to pay their taxes. Wau- few COMMUNITY: CLUB PLANS I believe that the next session
weeks. There's truth in thepoet's
chula Advocate. line, "In the spring. youngman's BRIDGE; CAXCELSIINSTHBL: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, will be the most important in the
That F. DURRENCE, holder of Tax history Florida, as there is bound
As the toll of innocent lives fancy lightly. turns to thoughtsof to be legislation Finance
The Woman's Community Club Certificate No. 722, 7th day of JulyA. concerning -
snuffed out by John Dillinger and love. met in regular session on Tuesday D. 1930, has filed said certificate ,, Taxation, Bond Settlements

his gang mounts we wonder again The farmer turns his thoughts to afternoon. After the business was in my office and made applica and School Relief I feel qualified

just how guilty and how cheap those spring rains-some of which heIR transacted tion for tax deed to issue thereon in to serve yon in such matters, and
were completed for
responsible for his last "jail Break, the crops but too much of which is accordance with law. Said certifi will appreciate your vote and influence -

must feel. disastrous. After' a heavy rainfall cate embraces the following ''described throughout the campaign.
sign on the roof of the building ,has property situated in Hendry ELBERT L. STEV ART.

W. J. Howey (you remember him, last with Thursday laborers and alert shovels farmers and got made busy already been, repainted, so the reno I County: Florida, to-wit: (Paid Political Advertisement)

don't you 1)) has announced that he vation will soon be complete. :The Lot 21 Block 203 Clewiston.

is through with politics and is not some temporary drainage ditches to Inn .always most attractive and its I The assessment of said property ='ID' I.t' : 01 '
get rid of surface water in fields under the said certificate issued I.0.I \ U'j I
planning to run for any office. He well planted and cared for grounds was '\. 1t',5: I 1 3
quickly. Crops can 1 be ruined by the in the of
; name Clewiston,, Company.
learned that trick from Lex Green make a beautiful spot on the Ridge. '
Counselor: find Attorney at Law
water standing overnight. 'L. L. I A widow Unless said certificate shall be
without husband
who announced he wasn't to a may
going Stucky, Pahokee's mayor and prom- redeemed according to law, tax deedwill Hopkins Building
be pitiful, but consider 'the
run against Trammell. These poli- inent farmer, said the downpour plightof : issue thereon on the First day \Vedncsdajs and Saturdays
ticians! a widow WITH a husband. Impossible of'1\Iay' A. D. '1934.: 9:30 to 4:00
there about ten days ago cost him,I
several you say. Oh, ,no sez we. An Dated this 30 day of March, A. D.
thousand dollars in. ruined
Appearances may be deceitful, application for a widow's tax ex 1934. '

but they are important., Six Arkansas tomato crops. If one man's loss is' emption was filed by one woman Aviththe WILLIAM T. HULL, :y: :-:

convicts were used to drawa another's gain, perhaps some who city council.. The widow ,stated, (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court, i New and Used :|!:

plow in a cotton 'field and though need it sorely will get a better price under oath, that'she' was -widow Hendry, County, Florida

, the labor was no harder than dig- for their tomatoes because of reduced rand entitled to the widow's tax ex No. 20 Mar. 30, Apr. 6, 13, 20, 27. .., FURNITURE' |

ging ditches or performing other labor acreage. t emption .Then, as an, added induce-
the practice was abandoned be- The city likewise has done some ment, she attached a note, explain- Watches_ Clocks, Jewelry _. **

cause the appearances 'smacked ,of ditching preparatory to the rainy I ing that she had a husband who was Rear or I &\
season-notably in the string of low BELLE GLADE i ;
slavery, or some such servitude. I dependent on her for support, so she Cleuiston Drug. Company :

vacant lots south of the highway and II was in great need of the tax ex Jeuelrj Repairing :: :
IXSTITUTIOXS SUPPLY on the streetleading to the Inn. Mak- emption. She apparently thought she W. H. MERRITT fURNITURE! COMPANY\ :$!:

THEIR NEEDS. ing the gutter a trifle deeper and the I y %*
might as well be a :widow.
street a trifle higher: will result in I But don't glance I askance, at yourneighr WATCHMAKER & JEWELER :: Belle Glade, Florida ?
The state prison farm at Belle CLEWISTON FLORIDA
quick drainage during heavy showers. | } y
folks. It wasn't a Clewis .
Glade is playing an important partin To housewives spring means ton lady. That happening occurredin P. O. Box 521 ::: Next Door To Theatre *

balancing the state' budget, it cleaning, and it's going on house-'I Delray Beach. "We Are Here To ';. .:.
Stay" . . . .
appears. The farm shortly begin the yon in the various homes. Mrs. V V M

harvesting of 500,000 pounds of is going housecleaning one better I

dried beans, enough to provide a and is treating the exterior wood- I J ......
year's .supply for all state institu- work of the Inn to a new coat of I

tions. The farm can producce and paint. The large electrically lighted :i:
" tiansport,"them: much cheaper than I FOR SALE :;: :!:

the state can buy them. Other state NOTICE IJ I ,,

institutions are also in line, furnish- J

' ing much of their own dairy and Notice is hereby given that an I 2.. = Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash! Payment :: :: ,

I farm produce. The Raiford prison election will be held at the usual f .:. .i'

farm, this winter, will supply 250 voting place in Special School Tax I I I .yy. ..'

pounds of butter weekly to the Uni- District Number seven Hendry ..:. .:.

versity of Florida, as well as the County, Florida, on Tuesday the '..:.. ..i'.
8th day of May A. D. 1934 for the
state colony for feeble minded at ,
Gainesville and the girls'' school at purpose of electing three Special ; !
School Tax Trustees and for the I F .
purpose of determining the amount i i .. ..
While there is much room for of millage to be assessed in said II j ._. 4 a \Y r r : :
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criticism of the state prison manu Special Tax district for ,the next tw'o !

facturing goods for sale in competition I years. 'i. 'i'I

with private industry, there can DREW 'HAMPTON, ;: :;:

f,' be no doubt but that a splendid pur- Chairman Board of Public :, S > 4 I ...:.> .,.a.. S

pose has been served by the institutions Instruction Hendry Coun- .$ yn\ .:. .;. or:>>"

} if they can supply their own ATTEST ty. Florida. .i... .2... :'"

and 'other institutions' needs and S : cL444 ':. >
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:, thereby save the taxpayer money., Supt. Public .. .".
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It is now proposed to
( No. 21-Apr. 13;. 20, 27, May 4, 11. .
Belle "
the production of
other items .. ,;.
such as dried beans as I
'. a step toward lowering the cost of : : : ": :; :;:

products from ,the Everglades ,farmto r SEA FOOD MARKETLUNCHES 1; I ..:... ....t'i. ,

other institutions: ., ..
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ANOTHER ::L: :.;.: I :.t._ .:t. t o :'a )tr' ,j < t'>vk r C."it+ + i" r.l'-: ::: :i fi. r,

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t; Adding to the list of "largest" .;. FIRST DOOR NORTH POOLE'S GRO '..I'i. .2 f' .:. .:.

: draglines dredges, machines and .i.: LABELLE, FLORIDA :i: ::: ;i:
other equipment which have been .". . . . . .AI.1 : .i..:. ..:..

Playing a part in the construction of .+ 't. .:.

levee, navigation channel and drainage i 1m&. __ -wJr" \ ..f. ..::..'

structures on Lake Okeechobee ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON :: .:. ...
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the report that the S. S. American REQUEST f :
;: Oriole, freighter I ::: ;::
from Philadelphia I ,'
which docked at Fort Pierce last, C. E. ST'EBEL' :J ::: ::

I week: with ........ .. .:.
4,500 tons of
i gravel for the E., H. Latham rock company's andI Electrical Contracting :: Pay The Balance Like Rent ::: ::'

use in constructing hurricane' PHONE 2121 : .:. .t.

dock gates,in is Fort the Pierce largest ship ever to PAHOKEE FLORIDA :i: : WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON, HOMES ,- .;'. :::: :_::

The Oriole is 420 harbor.feet in length .: :; YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME ::: :;:

and 19 feet with of a water load of, 3,500 tons draws GENERAL Agent ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS for I!I ::;i Clewiston! Home Association J 'i
k week load of was gravel required to'to barges transfer the a RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES .'I: 8uilding ; I

to be :
; PHONE 102 :: ::
Jightered to the lake locations : :
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Personal Mention by Miss Elder Robison Estelle Tom Embrey Crawford Ethington were of and the married Prim-Richard group. C.of W.twenty Simmons children entertaineda Thurs-I Castles In The Glades} Marjorie B.: Wallace"I ,1

Mrs. Eddie Waller spent the weekend itive Baptist Church in Felda Saturday -
',:;. visiting in Lakeport. nIgh day afternoon at her home in honor :
'. F,. Mrs Enibl'ey; who resigned last'I of the, seventh birthday of her That The Supposition engineers aren't is fictitious

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson spent week Crom her position as teacherIn daughter, Doris. After a pleasant .
For listen <
to the tale of Bennie.
." Sunday visiting in Fort Myers. the Clewiston elementary school, : hour of outdoor games the birthday Bennie tossed a shiny
has been teaching here since Jan- cake was cut and served with punch pennyIn if
:;;." C. E. Lewis of Miami was a business uary, when the CWA funds made: and candy to the little guests. the concrete of his gate,
.' To cinch the winning smile of !
;1, visitor here for a few days ,this possible the addition of several !i Doris was the recipient of many But ere shall
i'". week. teachers throughout the She i I lovely crown his
i county. presents from her friends.
year or two or so from now;
>. ,\ is the daughter of Mrs Leva Ethington II Present were Glora Freelund, Ida As things grow more and more i
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and Miss: of Felda and a granddaughter of Belle and Ruby Collins, Mamie fusing, ,

rr' Daisy: Alston were visitors in Fort Mr. ,and Mrs. J. J. Kirkland of De-I Trice, Mary Nell Christian, Marilyn I'll bet that Ben will find he's

.\ I :Myers Tuesday. \ naud< ], Davis, Betty Joe Bowman, Dorothy (No matter how luuch Fate )
,i-, Mr. Embrey is! employed at the Smith, ,Annette Simpson, Jackie More
common sense than
,,:':'. Mr. and Mrs C. W. Turner of sugar mill, and the couple are mak-I Bledsoe and Marie Swindle, Harley cents. 1

, Jacksonville visited here: the early ing their home here. I Freelund, Gene .Bledsoe,' Philip l\Ic-1 1
-, part of the week.' I Leod, Jimmy Davis, Lawrence Guth- At

,' L. Mrs. Mary Hayes DaVis of La-// rie, Louis Blount, David Shuller, She Was lastGulfport ii> the Jocks yesterday Is t'Yo'1}
Mr. and M. Lilly, of Moore Belle was in Clewiston Donald Smith and William Bush.
a they had getting
( : Haven, were business visitors in viewing the progress in constructionof I ;;
too. The Congaree and the
: Clewiston Tuesday. the new theater the Dixie Crystal -/ !I
" Mrs. Davis says she expects the Among those wno attended the had to throw up a dam across
Y theater I Fort Pierce vs. Clewiston diamond St. Lucie down stream from the
to be
llarlHulse: }' of Jacksonville: was opened in about two .
, I ball in Fort Pierce to raise the water enough to
game Friday
: :in Clewiston on business the early I i
part of the week. I II j evening were E. E. Kelley, Mr. and slide the Gulfport 'into the -
':<" I Mrs. C. W. McDonald entertained j Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. R. "V'hen I was out there, the ; ;

:> Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. T. B. the members of her bridge club Tuesday -j D. Whiddon, Mr. and Mrs. C: E. steel wall in back of the dredge :
{.. { "Shelley were Wednesday visitors in aftern'oon at her home. [ Nail, Mr. and Mrs Gratton George, completed and the was water ;
r.\'.,. ; West Palm Beach. F. R. Maxwell received the I Mr. and Mrs. Cy Cruze, Coburn rising in the pool thus formed; :
," <' prize for high score and Mrs. I_. 1\1.1 Moore, Howard Campbell, A. L. Tippetts said they hoped to ,have I

'r Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie visited Pafford received the cut prize. I''Hackett, Miss Betty Spicer, Bob through last night, which :
in Lakeland and Tampa Tuesday Guests, were Mrs. Maxwell. Mitchell, Miss Mary Moore, Joe Cato, bring her past Pahokee sometime .

.: and Wednesday. Pafford, Mrs. D. G. Alston, 1\Irs'j Hooky Avant, Junior Thomas, Sidney day.The
R. Hall, Mrs. W. C. Worth, Mrs. Crochet, Goat Yeomans, Dick Hooks Gulfport's master is A.H,
1. j: Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman and C. Poole and Mrs B.. Thomas. I and Beder Nail. terf a Texan;, he has a wife and (

.\1 Mr. an dMrs. J. F. Tippey motored ,
to Pahokee Friday evening. .. "

.v rU.4 ?k'4ry '
W. M. Redelsheimer and son, Bil- vrk}:?:?:ox;'{;::;: ?;{$}:::;??{}:;:

ly, spent the week:' end in Miami ':;f, {
!:' 5:
. ..:;" visiting friends and relatives. ., .,4:
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t(<,'" : ..

l "'.' .J.:'; 1liss.Mabel. Brannon arrived this (I'I

[: ,::" : week from Live Oak: and is making j :
:;' ; '.' her home at the Watanabe Hotel. .
: >'.,<;'
: :;.:' ti <
r t...',.- Mrs. C. E. Williams has returned

i';'; ,'.,,;.;', to her home here after a visit ofs'

?. .. several weeks .with relatives in Jack-. I
I" sonville.
";::. : '
., Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. A. A.
'. Monroe, Mrs. C. F. Goodman and
{.::; Mrs. Antoinette Lamb were visitors
' ::;a: "; in Miami Thursday.

f':" ,,'..;,
rf.: Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Whiddon and

? .:. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman visited

;'1'.:.." in West Palm, Beach Saturday afternoon 'ba.,

: ,', and evening. ,
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Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Trainor and
daughter, Barbara Ann, Mr. A.
Trainor and Al Trainer spent Satur-
day in West Palm Beach.
&" Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mr.
tt and Mrs. Guy Larson, and Mr. and .
: >,1 Mrs. W. Clapp motored to Belle r
'",,; \ Glade Thursday evening. { f :
.;;> ., -- s
.': ': John K. Mowry, a former resident

<'": of Clewiston, of Granite City, Ill.,

",>". returned to Clewiston Sunday and
will' transact business' here.
, '.
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::.(, :, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barnes and lit-
; .'; : ,tie daughter, Norma Jean, of La-
:: Belle were 'guests of Mr. and Mrs.
::': ''. Richard Small here Sunday.
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:-\. '. M. B. Summers of Sarasota ar-

; -,.;, rived here recently and is making
"';: ". his home at the Clewiston Inn.' 'Mr.

'i'..; .:." 0. Summers will be connected with the '
.:,. E. H. Latham Company. When you pay the price.l F rolet, world's largest builder of cars, can ; ,
\ .
,". ;.( of a ,,Knee-Action car," you afford to make: the necessary huge investment : '

John S. Webster of Memphis arrived naturally want genuine Knee-Action and in new machinery-and still keep ;
r" :" here the early 'part of, the
':. ) all that .it. You want the new the lowest the low. ;
: .. week to be conncted with the government goes'with prices among of Only

iT''.:. project. Tuesday Mr. Web- gliding ride at its Lest. You: want the Chevrolet has the resources and the assured! >
: ::-.. : ster, was transferred to, Belle Glade. '
::.':". huskiest, sturdiest front-end you can buy tolume of sales that permit this extra prow :; '

riJ !4 George C. Hunt and D.. A. Moraine And, of course, 'you want shock-proof duction cost. Chevrolet does it because ,

<\.T ton Monday of Fort evening Myers were arranging In Clewis for. steering. You pay for them all-but you Chevrolet believes that, to KEEP ON :

the Gopher Derby in connection get them all, in the low-price field, only SELLING THE MOST\ CARS, YOU :

with the diamond ball game tonight.Mr from Chevrolet. The reason is simple. MUST KEEP ON BUILDING TIlE'Fullyellclo'sed

Knee-Action wheels Compare Chevrolet's low delivered prices BEST. t "
..., and Mrs. G. M. Ford and son, are and easy G. M.,A. C. terms. '
' \ Maurice, of Pahokee, were Clewiston costly to build-so costly that only Chev- A General Motors Valu.eCIIEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICH. :
visitors Sunday''"-afternoon. Mr. Fords I' I :

-.t played in the Pahokee-Clewiston
tennis match held on the court at
':: the Inn. n+' .4

Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Draughn and
,. ::: daughters, Mary Ann and Elizabeth,
< ., :. of Moore
Haven, were in Clewiston
i;{ Sunday afternoon attending the base
f :" ball game between Pahokee and the

:'i ', U. S. Engineers.Mr. I

', \' and Mrs. Clyde Egley had'as I STEERING 80 MILES PER mm BRAKES FISHERSAVE
.::5'. their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
, .: Marvin Pape and daughter, Shirley
t.::'; Lou, Mr. and Mrs. 'M. L. Pape and

'.. son, Richard, of Pahokee and Mr.' .. : WITH A CHEVROLET- VALVE-IN iiEAD SIX '
and Mrs. T. W. Griffith of Azucar. DEALER ADVER7ISEMCNTCLEWSTON

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'f- Beach was a business visitor in I V
JI.i Clewistori Tuesday. Mr. Bird Is con- ,. .. .... __ .. '.'.. .'. CLE"'JSTOXFLOHIDA .. _.. :,:
neccted with the --- .. -V.-- '
V Jacksonville head- ... .';.' f I
quarters of the collector of internal '..: ''' ".. J :.' .... ... .. ;.
revenue and has headquarters in the V V.V V ,. :: ,, V V ; .V. V
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small boy was asked to dine at the
home v f a distinguished professorHis G 5 0 D r y ((1 J NuRr5 Gladys-Listen, Mabel. This Is
I. what my boy friend says in his letter;
mother questioned him on his return: 1 SEE.M LU
r d "Darling, I think of you all day-
didn't do ,
"You are sure you anything
GOING 0 naturally waved hair, your
it S your
that was not perfectly polite / ,' "
; : brownish-gray eyes, your slightly
OFF y out
and gentlemanly? coME l
: prominent cheekbones, your twenty-
"Why, no, nothing to speak of. vcK
K N four-Inch waistMabelOh -"
"Then something did happen. Tell {i'.
demanded. I I''nnAirVr ;::/: that's a queer sort of
me at once, she Y
"Well, while I was trying to. cut the I Io 1 D love letter!
meat it slipped off to the floor. But,I Gladys-Oh, didn't you know? Bob
: 4 1 1WtU writes those descriptions of missing
made it all right, said" the boy. u I people for the police.:-'Fliegende
"What did you do?
Blaetter (Munich).
"Oh, I just said carelessly, 'That's J Y
.' always the way with tough meat.'"
The Diplomat '
:;- ANYTHING "Tell me, Henry," said the sweet
\ young thing dramatically-"tell me.
c-,- --- Lf-i Am I the only girl you were ever,interested -
in "
? fs. .
( He started guiltily and did a .bit ef :"

r r Q s.j, ;.. / I quick thinking.
t." W'jL r f "No, my pet," he said, after a
\ while; "but you are the most charm-
Dr Ing among all the girls I have ever.

met in my life devoted mainly to
:' meeting charming girls."
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: Minister-Do you promise to love,
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honor and cherish this woman?
;;: Politician-Yes, whatever the plat-. MARL MME -- a
form is I subscribe to it.
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girls made a bet a few weeks
ago that each could vamp more men
than the other. After ten days they. "Sapp -Is trying to improve his
met again. NOW THE CURTAlKloH THANK YOU MR. "NOW! NOW-I 7pi OH, FELIX\ mind."
-' Blond-How are you coming? WILL Sooty so J FEATkERHEADI-- 11 I YOU 5HOULUN'1'1"HAT BILL FUST; "That so? When did he get it?"

Brunette-Not so well. I have not UP-- POM'T BE VOLJVE BED So KINK MEMTlON SUCH HS'S TR IIN' &
been able to date anybody but some NERv0U5oU'LL -'I I-AVE YoU To A TRIFLE To- UPSET Mary Was Right

; old married men. But I call them G0 OVER BiCr l-ANK! fOR EVERY- EVERYTHING/I Mary-If you please, ,mum,' the
's' misunderstood husbands.No 'CNINCs I'VE L>rAf NED cat's had chickens:
ABOUT STAGE Mistress-Nonsense, Mary; you
Sense mean kittens.
An ambitious mother was trying to Mary-Was them chickens or kit
Instruct her small son in the use of tens you'brought home this morning?

the five sense organs. She rehearsed Mistress-Chickens, of course.
A with him the use. of the eyes, ears, Mary-Well, mum, them's ,what the ,/, .
tongue and fingers, then asked: cat's had. t
"Now what is your nose for?" .S
"Oh, I don't know; I guess just to Where It Counted
? keep clean," he responded despairingly. Jack-Your father has such a funny .

EV' -Indianapolis News. name.
Jim-Yes, it is; but it looks pretty-

Not Bothering"Do good on a check.
you remember when they talkedof
converting the swords into plow No Sanctuary
shares." Binks It was a great night! ButI
"I'm not botherln' 'bout what they ijj don't mind confessing 1 ended up
did to the swords," replied Farmer I WELL TELL HIM HE in a police station!

Corntossel, "so long as they didn't I'l' ? MATTERNOW IT THAT HE MUST CAM HAVE IT, IF NE Jinks-You were lucky, old man.I .
bother the big guns an' the battle ? HAVE REAL FCOP REAL found my way home!

i Po soa IM IT// Public Speaking"Did

The Refinement of Ingratitude you ever do any public speak-, .
"Republics are ungrateful," said the ing?" asked the, man in the largest
ready-made philosopher. c rocker.
"Perhaps," replied Mr. Chuggins; _J 7t "Well," replied'the chap on the t
k "but if you want a taste of real ingratitude I three-legged stool, "I proposed to a
take a party of friends out girl in the country over a party line."
for an automobile ride and listen to

their sarcastic remarks if you happento Tonic Stimulant
break down."
Eva-Did you enjoy your ride last.
evening with that young doctor?,
/ A Natural Mistake .
if I
Elsie-Indeed I did. He has, a
Woman-I want to register the r. most charming roadside manner.-
death of my husband. Boston Transcript.
Registrar-DId you have a doctor? II l ,
Woman-Oh, no. He was Just an Cut to Fit :
honest bricklayer. m western Newspaper Onton
"Why the round hole In your

GOOD REACH door?" ..
SMOKE UP, BOY Defective AmmunitionWhen I I AS USUAL "That's for circular letters." I
the doctor arrived he found !

,. the patient' in tears. i
I. "Cheer up, my good man," he said,
"you'll pull through."
"It isn't that, doctor," groaned the

patient,' "but just think of all the mon \ pb- 0' f
000 1 ey I've spent for apples to keep. you r / \ .
away." ill'I I III t I I IIII

Easier and Cheaper II
\ "Coin;? away this summer?"
"No, my wife has decided she can

f- "Before 1 married, my,wife made me get all tired out more'- comfortably by !,
ft I r: "There is something about.Fred that promise to quit smoking." staying at home." "Does the hero in that serial marry
t draws me to him." "And you kept your word?" the heroine at the end of all their trou-
"So I noticed last night In the con ."Yes. But what's the difference? SOME MISTAKE bles?"
t. servatory." 'Custom has changed. Now, I'm doing "No, in the beginning.'
( 1 my best to get' her to promise not to
.. ,. Difficult of Access begin." A Fast Train '1
"She is very frigid in her manner," lN vn "Is this supposed to be a fast train?
remarked Willie WishIngton. Pardonable Pretense The advertisements said it was," remarked -
"Perhaps," was the reply; "but she '"Don't you think we should alwaysbe f the excursionist to the con
,. has a heart of gold." frank and candid?" ductor of the Chicago Limited.
"So.I have been Informed. But I "No," answered Miss Cayenne. "Sim "Yes of course," answered. the con
I, am tired of trying to cross a conversational pie politeness sometimes depends on ductor. .
Chilkoot pass In order to a pretense of outer Ignorance of thingsof 1 "I thought. It must be," said the passenger ',
reach It." which we are perfectly aware." "Would you mind my gettingoff 4tiE,2. '.
X and seeing what it Is fast to?"
Me, Too! _
Sadder, but Wiser
Walton-This is my favorite month. Jones-Back in the city again? I "I don't think a college education Time to Blush, Either Way"I
I wish it would last forever.
thoughts you were a farmer. amounts to a great deal." want a pair of stockings."
Dalton-I have ,a note due
drat Johns-You made the same mistake "Don't you? Well, you ought to foot "For your wife, or shall I show you !
of next month, too.
that I did. my boy's bills and see." something better?" .


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OF WEAKER SEX No part of mind Is permanent .

This startles the happy, but It assists .' '

9 Confer in Black Hills the sad.-Emily Dickinson. .S .U'I.r

Authority Asserts Old Idea Is T '

Wrong.For Tired. Nervous
j = Greatest Gathering of Tribes, an expedition to the region and its -S S IU

mineralogists found gold. When this '- I''

in Eighty Years. became known, prospectors entered in scores of centuries, the historyof ;.;V,'r," Woai i

spite of the best efforts of the United literature Indicates, women have ;, / i ..,

Washlngton.-More than 400 Indians, States army. After a year or two of been considered less strong, less p ," .(/"" : :., Wins Back ..
representing some 40,000 fellow tribes- unsuccessful attempts to eject these sturdy than men To the feminine :
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men in five states, have returned to white Interlopers, the federal govern- side of creation has been applied the \ : :.' Pep I

.:,.. native tepees, sod huts and prairie ment found it necessary to take: over (4; 41)ffgr term, "the weaker sex," and chivalryand a#f.", .' .. ,'" HER raw nerves

\.. : homes after one of the largest Indian the hills from the Indians.: manners have been predicatedupon fn 1f. ...,' ..'were soothed.that S "S

powwows held in this country since "The national acquisition of this the supposition so denominated.But 51 _._ feel-
1S51. In Rapid City, S. D., at the foot land was not easy. Not only were the NV'' u Dr. E. V. Allen, a member of the I, ful colof-restful nights active ing. days new-all youth because "

; of the Black Hills, stolid-faced tribal Black Hills a happy hunting ground, medical staff of the Mayo clinic, wastes she that rid were her sapping system her of vitality.bowel-NR clogging Tablets ;,

delegates from the North and South but certain areas were regarded as Rochester, Minn., has contradictedthe (Nature's Romedy-the mild safe all-

Dakotas, Wyoming, Montana and Ne- entire notion. In a recent vegetable laxative-worked the transformation.'
sacred by the Sioux. There were surveyof
Try it for constipation biliousness head.
braska listened for four days while places reserved for the Great Spirit, three hundred thousand cases he aches,dizzy spells,
officials of the office of Indian affairs colds.See how refreshed
he found facts to his
where no Indian dared hunt. To them IF says support you feeL sAt

.., explained a new plan for consolidation came the medicine men to practice f a contention that mothers wives and all dntggists''i I I
of their lands and disposition of 25 ,
rites which should avert tribal disas- daughters have survival powers far '"

personal property. ter. It was in these hills that Sitting in excess of those of fathers, hus- ."TUMS" Quick: relief heartburn.for acid Only indige.lOc.-.
The will report back to
Bull communed with the spirits beforehe bands and sons. In fine, the "female
their tribes and meet for a second
5-' 5 incited the Sioux to resist Crook of the species" is endowed with
:: conference this "before the snow
year and Custer in the memorable cam- "more resistance" than the male.

flies." Among the tribes represented paign which cost the latter officer his Doctor Allen concedes that his Give Your hairAwJ3ewitg
at the Rapid City powwow, the first
Terdict is unorthodox. _He agrees :
of a series of such gatherings being life."The
i region was thrown open for George S. Messersmlth, Americas "Many' will take exception to this
f held throughout the Indian lands of
general .settlement by President Grantin minister to Uruguay, who has been statement. 'l"hey"will say that, foot-
,., the West, were the Sioux, Blackfeet,
trey.,, .,< ''" 1S76, just 58 years ago. A turbu- selected for appointment as the American ball players, track men, wrestlers
:: : Shoshones, Rocky Boys, Crows, Ara- '
lent frontier life developed in tae: mining .
i minister to Austria to fill the vacancy and those who excel in feats of Anoint the scalp with Cntieura
.:. paboes, Cheyennes, Winnebagos, Yank-
". camps that sprang up. caused by the resignation of strength and. endurance are almost Ointment. Then shampoo -witha
: ,1>> tons, Turtle Mountain Chippewas,
-t' "The Black Hills, which really George H. Earle. uniformly males. But physical prow- suds of Cniicnra Soap and
Fort Bretholds, SIsetons, and Wahpe-
should be called 'mountains' because
. ess is but the outward habilimentof warm water. Rinse thoroughly. This
tons: some of their peaks are over 7,000 treatment will the J:
physical superiority. A qualitymuch keep scalp in a
'. Favorite Hunting Ground. feet above sea level, are not a part York's Metropolitan museum possessesone better reflected is ability: to healthy condition and the hair soft .

"The Black Hills region forms an of the Rockies, but they may be of the pieces. withstand disease." and lustrous. ':

': .- appropriate theater for a big Indian looked upon as little brothers. Both Potters all over the world have

J ,, j"" !s conference, because this 'island of probably were formed at the same sought'' to reproduce the Langao shade, Men, Doctor Allen to succumb insists,to are func-especially -: Ointment 23 and SOc. Soap 25c. }
- prone --
mountains' in the Great ,Plains was time. Curtis said, and have succeeded. Proprietors: Potter Drug &
., tional ills. Digestive, lung, kidney
once a favorite hunting ground of the "Today the most noted landmark of Among those who have produced It and brain ailments shorten their Chemical Corporation,Maiden Mass.

:: S Red Men," says a bulletin from the the Black Hills is Rushmore mountain, are Curtis, Charles Harder, ceramics >'
lives. ,Granted that women may be
National Geographic society. "All of across the face of which is being
department, Alfred university. AlfredN. 111 more frequently and that they 1 !f! IEN' 1
". western South Dakota was at one timereserved carved gigantic figures of four great Y. ; Herman Seger, a German} W@r+lIIENf.
: whose may be more apt to complain about \, ,
for the Indians
builders of the American nation : Theodore Deck Frenchman Bernard
; their troubles there to be Bring Back That Satisfied
. the seems no
25,000 living comprised Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Moore, an Englishman, and the '

' largest group represented' at the recent Roosevelt, with an inscription to be I Rookwood pottery, Cincinnati.In possibility of argument about the SMILE OF YOUTH l
final figures whereby it is manifest <
powwow. determined through a national con-
.. making the Langao, clay is used
"What Indian tribe possessed this test. that men die earlier than women. ,
which contains a small percentage of
choice'game country before the white Even among infants the death rate, .
copper oxide. The article is fashioned Tired? No ? Listless after
man came to America is unknown ; for boys is greater than for girls. pep ,
Ceramics Experts Seek glazed, then fired in a temperature the work day? Feel yourself '
but since the opening of the West Perhaps the real question is one of ) \
of about slipping losing aUrae.} :
2,300 degrees Fahrenheit your .
Chinese Secrets
several l distinct tribes have occupied Pottery I under special atmospheric con- psychological reaction. Women may tion to the other, sex? Then- ;'
the region, each in turn forced out bya Cincinnati.-Modern research in cer guard their health more effectivelythan try MAREVETA. -
stronger group. In all cases these amics has concerned itself with effortsto men. Also, they are the beneficiaries The ,.
unique potency of "El
newcomers have appeared from the rediscover knowledge of pottery of a certain protective atti- Cobo" the great Bahama Conch'

east and almost without exception the making which was employed by the Britons Can Take Bus tude on the part of their masculine has been known to natives of

older residents have moved farther Chinese as early as SOO A. D. for Trip to "America" relatives. In this generation, anyway, the South Seas and the West :

,:. west e Ancient Chinese potters produced, the welfare of women is guarded, Indies for centuries. Now, for
"The Crow Indians are believed to according to Edmund F. Curtis, Industrial The journey tuppenny can be trip made to by America bus whereas men remain very much what the first time, Science has concentrated ,

f. ':')/r'; have been in possession of the Black arts instructor in the Pennsylvania they were a millennium ago-gam- the powerful virtues \
from Haywards Heath in the middleof
of this food-tonic and gives !
' :' Hills the the blers with fate incessantly its
_ : near beginning Eighteenth museum articles of such beautyin taking
Sussex, by way of New England to in MAREVETA .laden
7 :":} century. Later the Poncas en- chances. you
,. line, shape and color that surface fields. .
with vitamins
: : tered the eastern portion of .the high- decorations were It would be easy to be dogmatic, protein calcium, i
]kinds but them unnecessary.Skill Founded more than a century ago but there different phosphorus, iodine, sulphur and I
finding occupied,
are so many anglesto
of the Chinese in attaining new other minerals and val i
.* by a Quaker philanthropist, as an allotment essences ':
k5i turned back eastward. The Cheyennes such a problem that the philoso-
uable in the conservation
color effects reached its greatest accomplishment for farm laborers, this "Amer. of
the next successful invaders pher will wish to
, were avoid a definite vital forces.
in production of pottery ica" in England still retains its rustic ,
from the east and held the territory The
opinion. one Incontrovertiblefact
of sang de bouf, or oxblood, color character and quaint, thatch-roofed I ORDER YOURS TODAY
,. when Lewis and Clark passed in 1804. in the circumstances is
that .
> Send for
This shade the Lan I postoffme money order for tl
.. .. was produced by cottages. The "New England" com-
f-: : "Jsext came the Sioux, the last of weaker or stronger, each sex shouldbe .each bottle with your name and add rm I
}: brothers, and their pottery, of which munity, which has been modernized, ;on separate sheet of paper enclosin,
the Red Men to hold this desirable
mindful of the necessity for mak- his
; only a few examples are extant in this has a Mayflower road, appropriatelylined ,
'I f,I' : region before th'e advent of the whites. is known ing life more abundantly worth liv-
country, as Langao. New with May trees.
;!:'-" The first 'written' history of the coun- ing, more worth while. Washington IAn&EV TA

\.. try Is a pictorial chronicle of the Star. LABORATORIES! INC
!' I ,
.' Sioux on prepared skins. It records I Discover Help in l\liaml Florida
on Paralysisone
that the famous chief, Standing Bull, "Battle Dr. Pierce's Pellets are best for liver, ,

led a party of warriors to the hills bowels and stomach. One little Pellet fora

1 about the time uf the signing of the I laxative-three for a cathartic.Adv. WNU-7 16-34Life'
Scientists Get New Data on instance the virus was found In
American Declaration of
Independence, the nasal washings of a patient five'
and took back to his Plains home a Virus of Disease.New i Create AdvantagesShed
days before any symptoms of infan-
little tree of tree no tears over your lack of BlessingIt
pine a type: never was'evident.
tile With the
_. seen before by his immediate tribe. York.-Echoing a similar sur- paralysis i early advantages. No really great is not doing the thing we like to(

exception of one unconfirmed report, man ever had advantages that he do but liking the thing we have to ....-
<: j "It is a matter of tradition that the vey made last fall by Dr. Simon Flex the virus has not been known to II ,
. ale 'ennes fought stubbornly to re- ner, director of the Rockefeller insti- pass himself did not create. do, that makes life blessed.Goethe.
through the gastro-intestlnal tract.
, tain their upland hunting grounds, but tute, Dr. Arthur R. Elvidge and Dr.
r Infantile paralysis developed rapidly -
that the Sioux finally drove them out, Maurice\ Brodie have reported that.

the decisive battle being fought at through experiments they conducted when the nasal passages of the "
monkeys were swabbed with a virus-
Battle mountain near the present town upon monkeys, a possible curb upon i1 I
soaked tampon. All the evidence on i
of Hot Springs. the power of the virus of
hand indicates that the virus Is trans.
: Explored by U. S. Army. infantile paralysis may be possible.
mitted the
through olfactory
"The first real exploration of the Because of the fact that nasal secretions organ ". and it was all so simple when I found out my
(which transmits the of smell)
Black Hills was carried out by officersof of abortive cases, of healthy sense trouble. My physician said I had no organic diseases: ; r

the United States army in 18j7;:) and carriers and, on occasion, the dust of to the brain. When the olfactory organ but I did have what is so commonly and truthfully 1:. r,'
was severed, even though the nasal called low of hemo-glo-bin in the blood
1859. After these expeditions rumors the sick room have been shown to a percentage

of the existence of gold there spread contain the virus, Doctors Elvidge and passages of the monkeys had been. The reasonableness of one of the S.S.S. ads caused ..;;.. .,.;
'L" ': subjected to the virus, they successfully think that S.S.S. Tonic was just what I needed
throughout the world, and a horde of Brodie localized their experiments to me to

\ ; would-be prospectors insisted that the noses of the monkeys, instead of resisted the usual symptoms. for my let-down feeling, pimply skin and low resistance

Coupled with experimental data I wanted more strength and a clear skin
they be permitted to seek their fortunes the Intestinal tracts.

in the new El Dorado."In Reporting their tests in the current and clinical observations made by "It didn't take S.S.S. very long to get my blood'

1874'the secretary of war sent issue of Science, they state that In other scientists, these experiments back up to normal-and as my strength and energy .; .,
have shown conclusively the searchers returned my skin cleared up.

claim, that the portal of entryof : If your condition suggests a tonic of this kind, try ,

Throne Room of Pu Yi ,the infantile paralysis germ la S.S.S. It is not just so-called tonic but a tonic specially ''? Y< >'> "t

Emperor through the nasal cavities and dis- designed to stimulate gastric secretions, and

counts the belief that the gastrointestinal also having the mineral elements so very, very necessary

in rebuilding the oxygen-carrying hemo-glo-bin
tract is the means of en-
trance. of the blood

S.S.S. value has been proven by generations of use, found ;

as well as by modern scientific appraisal. Sold by all out

drug stores. .in two convenient sizes. .the larger is my Ktrouble" .
Hot Dog Man Left economical. titi
more Q TbeSS.S. Co. ;
''-, hs "
His Friend $11,000 .

Danbury, Conn.-Michelle Val-

I21P'.S luzzo was a familiar figure in Dan- A BODY BUILDER W.NTEI3IEN Make money while XJJARN learning BARBER: Tuition Trade IS5.

bury for many years and his hot Complete course In 6 weeks. Queen's College -
Johnnie Roy H3.lIof SMmrtnnbuTjr, S. C.
frankfurters were tasty and appetizing. S 55 128 W. Taylor St.,
Savannah, Ga., said:
'' "A few years ago host 10,000 Bushels Speckle Velvet Beans $1.201
But no one ever believed he weight and strength as Bunch $l; Brabham Peas {2.50; Iron
made more than a scant living from myIn appetite waa poor. $2.50. Mixed $2. Burch, Chester, Georgia.
my weakened condition -
his apparently Ill-chosen business.He SS ,$ ( I had many colds.

lived alone In a house belong- .,4 I took Dr. Pltrce's OLD AGE PENSION 'FORMATION
Golden Medical Discovery
ing to a nephew and prepared his and thls'toniereemed JUDGE lEIIMAN Send -stamp.- Humbolilt, Kan.
meals. to put new life In my whole body, my appe
own tite Improved wonderfully, I gained in
Sickness came with old age and, weight and strength, regained my youthfulcolor
4vc; and colds were a thing of the past" FIVE PAIRS, $1.00, SILK: HOSIERY; Tea
claiming his relatives refused to Write Dr. Pierce's Clinic Buffalo, N. Y. pairs men's $1 postpaid (money back).
Ulrettco 221 VV. Broad, Savannah, Ga.
care for him he told Paul Spano,

a friend he would remember him

e" In his will if he would permit him PARKER'S 9

to live at his home. ? Spano con- FERRY'S VEGETABLE PUREBRED HAIR BALSAM

sented. e"i' Removes Dandruff-Stop.Hair Falling

m u kyaa ;;'' When Valluzzo died it was onlySEEDS givSh Beauty Imparts Gray Color and Faded and Hair

learned he had left an estate of How 60e; and$1.00 at Dru atat3
.. ,
In fresh-dated packages ftiveoChom.wk Pate a N.Y.
i ib QO"' dO cJ O O b d.Qy4 C)O UaOo OtO C1,4,4 O-t7O,, O Cy O O, $11,000 to his friend. Relatives 5 C at your local store FLORESTON SHAMPOO-ideal for use in

contested the will and their claims connection with Parker'e Hair Balaam.Makes the
Interior of the throne room, showing the official seat of Emperor Henry hair oft and fluffy.60 cants by moil or atdroKflstf. -
were denied. .Hiacoz Chemical Work,Patebogue.N.Y
Pu YI 'of Manchoukuo. who was recently enthroned.

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I SPORTS 11-3 on the local diamond Tuesday voters are urged not .to forget that I'State job; Robert R.'Hodges'and'Ed- of the Canal Dredging company are

I night. if they wish to vote in \ the coming. gar J. Page. And the Pahokee officeis be definite things to announce con-

i.i (Continued from page 1) In the first game, Campbell was election they must register before getting a new coat of paint, the cerning that job very shortly.

complete master of every situation, that date. usual government gray with quite a Inspector Nebiker's wjfe; and boy

'ENGINEERS .REMAIN ON striking out 18 men in the seven inning bit, of white trim, to make'it'' as Con- have arrived to uphold their lord I:

[ TOP IN PAHOKEE GAME game, walking four and givingup GORDON B. PERRY CASHIER nally said, "less sober." Trust Con and master's morale while he' strugfT. '
I four scattered hits. Thomason ,for
.. LABELLE BANK ENTERS nally : that. gles with American cuss words.
:: Engineers added started on the mound for Elliott- RACE FOR COMMISSIONER Two
The .United States new inspectors on Broadfoofsgate i's to
The Arundel job'
but found difficulty in the
: another to their string of victories Young : are John Webster and LynnA.

this season, by beating Pahokee 5-2 second an d was relieved by Kerr. Gordon A. Perry nriounC d this Mitchell. Another is, expected Fri- look like a going concern. now; some

on the local diamond last Sunday Clewiston put an almost new teamin week that he is a candidate for the 'day-his name is Alexander M.- llich- shaped levee and a lot of dirt thrownup

intoa the field for the second game, office of County Commissioner from a' bunch of
afternoon. The Engineers' went ey. Freddie Flanders, having fin- along the way, and

two run lead in the first inning to with Coburn Moore in the box. He District 2 of Hendry county.Mr. ished drainage culvert No.1, is on machines of one sort and another

be tied by Pahokee in the second. pitched hitless ball until the fifth Perry with his wife and young 5A with Jim McClure, and Donald scratching up more dirt. Next week
'The them three when Nelson laid down a bunt for daughter Barbara', came to LaBelletwo Hansen has
third inning netted been transferred over to I'm going to get out on that job if
more runs which they held, and was the only hit of the six-inning contest years ago from Fort Myers Broadfoot.. '
: in box for Elliott- I I have to swim. .
Kerr started the
where he was employed in the Lee
the margin of victory.; Did you know that there is a six
Young but was replaced by Mathers Don't forget the baseball game
Walker and Williamson formed the County Bank. Since coming to La-
barrel culvert going' in at the Clew-
. batteries for the Engineers, with in the fourth. Belle Mr. Perry has held his position iston Sunday with Ft. Myers at Clewiston. -
end of the McKenzie job? In-
. '.. Jacobs and Duggan bearing the brunt Line-ups, first game: as.'cashier of the LaBelle Bank. spectors We have one peach of a team
Pahokee Clewiston: B. ,Nail, D. Hooks, in charge are Fred Gary and
it's to
that is'summer, and up you
Murphy. The foot-
Line-ups and summary follow: Avant, Cruze, JMoore, Campbell; Lang, $10,325.53 TAXES PAID BY holler
ings of both walls are poured, and ,. you and you to get out and
C. Nail Yeomans Whidden.
Engineers the forms in for the lakeside wing for them.. To be sure, they pass the
Elliott-Young Jenne Neville 0'I -
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Cothern cf. Duggan
c '
Hanson Kerr Mc- walls. It certainly: is a short fat hat, but you can slip'II} a button
Melvin Pape, 3b. Tabb, .ss. Quinn, Thursday afternoon F. D. Duff of
I culvert. The canal will be deadended when one's looking just as wellas
., McCracken, 2b. Mock, cf. I Cants,. Herbts, Nelson, Thom son. the United States Sugar. .Corporation no
Williamson, c. Crews, 2b. Second game: paid $10,325.53 to Tax Collector there, which' is the reason for the you can in ,cliurch. There is n6,

Beery, If. McCormick, lb. Clewiston : B. Nail, E.. Clark, Frank Dougherty and Clerk of Cir- biggest culvert on the project. Gary definite charge-they known that

Marvin Pape, ss.' Crosley, 3b.. Thomas, Avant, Moore, Whiduen, cuit Court William T. Hull for partof answered all my questions without when you get there your enthusiasm

Smith, lb. Spooner, rf. Shelley, Mitchell, Ward, Campbell!, the 1932 taxes and 1933 taxes. : a whimper about the job, so if you will prompt something more than a

'.: Peterson, rf. Sharkey, If. Lang, ''Roberts, Wilson. Clerk Hull states that since con- I get over to see it I can recommendhim button ,

Walker, p. Jacobs. p; Elliott-Young:. Jenne, Neville, siderable of this money will be turn- as pleasant guide. I have it on highest authority that

" ; Hawkins, ri. 'Odum, Mathers, Hanson, Kerr, Mc- ed over to the school funds ther'e will And speaking .of culverts, Pop's the Johnson boys don't want any

:,. D. Hooks, 2 b. Cants, Herbts, Nelson, and Hall. be an appreciable cut, in the $18,900"named No. 12 is just about finishedgateshung more publicity. 'They didn't say why

.:' StrIkeouts-by Walker 12, By in the injunction suit recently .
and back-filling going on. I but I bet they just got too
\ Jacobs 3Walkedby. HEXDRY COUNTY GROWS filed by the'school board.
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';' understand that the ould mon will business. All right. I'll pick on some-
.: Walker 1 by Jacobs '
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EIGHT CANDIDATES then be sent up to the Canal Point body else. I' 'r
1. One hundred and eighty-two new ,
'.: Hits-Three base-Cruze; two registrations were made since March QUALIFIED THURSDAY gate.Also See you ,Sundayat the baseball

that the troubles So long. .
t( base, Beery, Cruze. Singles, Williamson first according to the books of JohnL. I understand game.

:;1.t.r Mock 2, McCracken, Marvin Hall- Supervisor of Hendry coun- (Continued from page 1))_ .. --- ,_. -" ... -. -- ------
r r. '; Papo 2, Peterson, Melvin Pape 2, ty registrations. One hundred,, and I sioner from district 4 ,and the man

., Walker, Cothern. fifty-seven of these new' voters.... live responsible for a nuclei improved State. and Licenses
"<: ', I Runs batted in Williamson, in Clewiston. I condition of roads In, that section despite County Occupational

, .';;.::: Beery 2, Cruze and Sharkey. That the west end of the county, a shortage of funds throughouthis Issued in Hendry County, Florida

:::': .' Errors, Walker, McCracken, Jacobs. Felda, Fort Denaud, etc., have beena terni was the only man to enter I
Umpires: Woodward and Compton. little slow in registering is the opin- the race from this grove section.' '__

ion of Mr. Hall. From Felda three men: F.. L. Report of Licenses I issued "by: the Tax "Collector. dimlicates of--which' havf
t ?1 been filed with the County ,Judge for the neriod beginning on the first
: r DIAMOND BALL TEAM The outlying districts :are not inclined Dunaway now serving, Asa Townsend -, day of October, A. D. 1932, and ending on the Thirtieth day of September,

e ,', WINS DOUBLE GAME to register in their ,own pre-I son of the old settler and the [ A. D. 1933 '

cincts when opportunity offers, but I owner of the 500 acre homesteadtwo No. To Whom Ils.snefl For What Purpose From To State Co.

Behind the masterful pitching of seem to prefer coming in to LaBelle 'miles north of Felda 'and E. B. 1. Fla. Pow. & 'Light Co._ Op Pwr & Lts .._.........?_._ 10-1-32 10-1-33 10.00 5.00

Howard Campbell and Coburn Moorej and registering at the Supervisor's Fortson, son-in-law of L. N; Thomas 2. R. J. Simmons ....._.._........__Doctor ._..__.........._._.._.._._.... 10-1-32 10-1-33 10.00 5.00
merchant. 3. Charles Williams ,..._..........-Restaurant ..........,._.._.._...... 10-1-32. 10-1.-33: 5.00 '2.50
Clewiston fought its way to a double office. Felt4a 4. TJ.. S. Sugar Corp.. _.............AVholesalc Mer '.-....._......., 10-1-37. 10-1-33 1$.00 9.00
,' win over 'Elliot--Young1 of West The supervisor's book will close at 5. Marion T. Lydipr .............._.. Laundry ....._...__..........__._ 10-1-32 10-1-33 10.00 >5.00>
k rCh,"?.'M. Christian ............Barber Shon ............_........ 10-1-32 10\-1-33 2.00 1.00
r Palm Beacch by scores: of 7-1 and five o'clock, April thirteenth,, and CLEWISTON HAS DISTRICT 7. Gulf Refining Co.ZVholesale: Gas & Oil ...... 10-1-32. 1032 -1-33: 25.00 12.50

I RE-EMPLOYMENT OFFICE R.V.. Gregory _......_.............,...LawyerApt. ..... ....__.._......-............ 10-1- 10-1 -32 10.00 5.00
9.l.frf1.. Nancy H. Stewart._ Fire & Mar. Ins. ...... 10-1-82 10-1-33 3.00
10. :J\tr'l. i'. J. Stoker ......_....Reslaiirnnt '_..........-._........... 10-1-32 10-1-33 5.00 2.50;
(Continued] page 1) I 11. E. ]7. Kelley ... .,._... ._ ...__.._..,.Tire & Tube Dlr ...:............ lOrl-32 10 1-33 :3.00 1.50
12. E. TO. Kelley ..............._............Garage .....................__..._....._.. 10-1-32 10-1-33 10.00 5.00
A representative will be maintainedat I 13.: Q. B. Rekemeyer ......_.........Aprt. N Y Life Ins Co ...... 10-1-32 10-1-33 3.00
c Belle Glade and Fort Myers, but 14. A.. L. Taylor _........._... ............Agt Alton Ins Co' ............ 10-1-32 10-1-33 3.00
Teachert 15. Mrs. C. L. Dawn _.._...,__ Hotel .........._.._._..._.._._...,:L.,...._.. 10-1-32 10-1-33 15.00 7.50
registrations from Moore Haven will 1G First Rk of Clewiston .... Banking :._._..?._..::;............. 10-1-32 iO-1-33; 15.00 7.50
be handled 'directly from the Clew 17 Standard Oil Co. .................Wholesale Oil Dlr _"'_'''. 1.0-1-32 10'-1-33; 25.00 12.50
18 Standard Oil Co. _..._._....Wholesale; Oil Dr ............ 10-1-32 10-1-33 25.00 12.50
iston office. R. B. Waldron is the 19 Ed Staples ........... ._........_..__._.Barber Shop.-.................. 10-1-32 10-1-33 2.00 1.00:
". You can several hundred dollars this temporary representative 'at Belle 20 J. L. Seibold __.....__..____.Doctor _._...._..?._.__.__._ 10-1-32 10-1-33 10.00 5.00,
earn 21: J. K Baker ...._.-. '.?_...._.Tire &.Tube, Dir ...-l.0 ._.... 10-1-32 10-1-33 3.00 1.50
better and Glade. He will be, in charge there 22 ........................,.._...._._._; ._..__.._. ; ; ;'' .;( '-:- Void
.y summer, and you can secure a position until May first when Emerson Davis, 23'P. H. Jones ..........._..,..........__Dentist ......_i_..;;';.:::.::......_.... 10-1-32 10-1-33 10.00 5.00
information of the Everglades 24 A. Toulls .._........... ....._............._.--Restaurant ,--.:\...__.,.....??...._. 10-1-32 10-1-33 10.00 5.00
: a larger salary for the coming year. Complete I I formerly manager 25 Jnmos Newcomb .. _....._....._.Bakery ........_?.'.?.......,.................. 10-1-32 10-1-33 3.00 1.50 J' .
office, will be placed as permanent 2fi Void. .
i! will be mailed on receipt of a three ,I representative in Belle Glade.F. 27 L. O. Gravely ........._._.._.........Lawyer. World" War Vet \
., I ?& .T? R. Alston .........................-....Hotel ...._...._........._..........._..?.._.. 10-1-32 10-1-33 10.00 5.00 /
}' cent stamp. Send for 'it today. T. Pursly, who was manager of 29 Dave Alston ............._?.....?....-Barber Shoo ................._........... 10-1-32 10-1-33 1.00 .50
the Fort Myers re-employment 'office,' 30 Chas. A. Davey ...._.?._._..._..PressingClub _.._.._..__. 10-1-32 10-1-33 5.00 2.50
', ." Rural Schools and City Schools : 31 G. E. Etherton ...._..._._._._._-.Tire & Tube Dlr ................. 10-1-32: : 10-1-33:: :3,00 1.50
,- will remain .as. representative of the ?2 G. A. Hill ..........?....._...__........:.....Garage _..........?..__?................ 10-1-32 10-1-33 10.00 5.00
f : .Summer Work and School Year Positions; : <, work there. The Clewiston district :33: G. A. Hill ._.....-.-.....?.,_....--....Tire & Tube Dlr ......... 10-1-32 10-1-33 3.00 1.50
: :34: Relclen L. Stewart __._..-Lawyer ..................___._.._...__... 10-1-32 10-1-33: 10.00 5.00
office will handle all correspondenceand 3JT A. Jones ..........................Tire & Tube Dir ........... 10-1-32 101333,00 1.50
Continental :> all records for the entire dis- 3K F. Watts Hall ........_..Apartment House ............, 10-1-32 10-1-33 4.50 2.25
; 37 ..T.V.. Ezelle .?......m........_.....Dentist ........._...._........._.... 10-1-32 10-1-33/10.00 5.00
trict.Mr. 38 R. F. Lewis .........._____..............Boardinff1 House ."___..._... 10-1-32 10-1-33 5.00 2.50
'. Teacher's Agen : Inc Arledge recently.returned from 39 J. 0. Davidson ?......................Pressing-'Cub] .-.-.....___....... 10-1-32 10-1-33 5.002.50
y, Jacksonville where 40 J. O. Davidson ....?..._.......__..Restaurant ..__.........._............ 10-1-32 10-1-33: : 1 5.00 2.50
he attended a 41 LaBelle .Motor Co. ._._........Automohilo Aa-cy ............... 10-1-3.2 10-1-33: 10.00 5.00
Y 1850: Downing St., Denver, Colo. state conference of those in chargeof 42 LaBelle Motor Co.: ._...._..Tire & Tube dlrAutomobile _.._-....._... 10-1-32 10-1-33 3.00 1.50
Covers the ENTIRE United States re-employment service 'in Florida. 43 G. L. Espenlaub ..:................ Garage ...... 10-1-32 10-1-33 10.00 5.00
44 Lonnie T. Riderdlll _._,...Restaurant _.:_....?._....:._.._ 10-1-32 10-1-33 5.00 2.50
45 Bank of LaBelle .--__...._._...Banking1 ...__.._..._.-................ 10-1-32 10-1-33 15.00 7.50
.' "Thanks for sending me so many good positions'to apply for, CASTLES IN THE GLADES 4fi F.. A. Shult .....?.............................Apt. House .__.._..._.._._... 10-1-32 10-1-33 7.00 3.50
',, .over 30 during the first five' days; I was enrolled."-An Illinois 47 E. A. Shult ..,........ ..._._._......?...Ant. Hou ;e ...:..........___.......... 10-1-32: 10-1-33 7.00 :3.50: ;
teacher. -- 48 E. E. Edwards __.._.._._.Hotel .......,..........._.'..:....__.......... 10-1-32 10-1-33 10.00 5.00 .
E 0S (Continued from page 5) 49. Glades Water Co ..._.?..?..Water Co ........_....'._..:........._- 10-1-32 10-1-33 10.00 5.00
50 Glades Pwr & Lt Co ..... Power & Li'-M .-;_._._........ 10-1-32 10-1-33 10.00 5.00
: : SCHOOL OFFICIALS:--We can put' in touch with the take up all the space left by the tur 51 R. N. Miller ....,._....,.......__....Real Kst. Broker ...._._... 10-1-32 10-1-33 ex wv. vet
you bines. A complete machine shop is 52 Tt Gay Brough .._...__....._-Apt Tailoring: Co....-..... 10-1-32 10-1-33 ex w w vet.
c very finest teachers. Our service is free to you. 53 Cancelled .......?.__..........__....... '
there, too, and a brand new 1000 H. 54 Haag Show .?._..,._._...._....T nt..Sho'v.. .............. 2-25-33 1 day' only 10.00 5.00
P. engine that has never run exceptfor 55 Morrison Bak. Co: ..............:.Making Bril del _.._....?.__ 10-1-32 10-1-33 1.50
Lee Co. State license
i a 30 minute test. Pfi Dr. O. F. Schiffli _...._.._..Doctor of JTcd _._.__..__ 5-1-33 10-1-33 5.00' 2.50

-. . . ... . . . . . . . . In fact, for anyone who likes machinery 57 Hedges Booth Mtrs _..........Garage ....... ... =_......:_........... 4-1-33 10-1-33:: 5.00 2.50
II...................-...............................tt.................................................................................!.11 the 58 C. J. Kirk ............_...........?.......Real ,, "3kr".m.. 5-1-33 10-1-33 5.00 2.50

: Gulfport is a whole r.ov, D. Blount _...........:..............Renair Shop; ,..... ___..,-._..... 10-1-32 10-1-33 5.00 2.50
'.. .0. show. For the rest, she is not quiteas fiO Frank Turner ........___.-...,._Barber .............?..,_.........._-. 10-1-32 10-1-33 ox cripple
i1 Ii. long as the Welatka Pi Mary Hayes Davis _....__Motion Pic Thtr a.....__...... ,10-1-32 10-1-33 10.00 5.00
.:::.1 but more 62. Tom ,John Poole ._.......\.....-Pool Room ....?.....?....._.......... 7-11-33 10-1-33 ex claim]
.?: : .f.: ::: stockily: built. I was interested in No.448420fi:
..j f the similarity between the mastersof 63 Glades Auto Sis Agy ......Automobile Agcy __......... 10-1-32 10-1-33 10.00 5.00

CLEWIS TON fiOLF j jt' these two dredges and their boats 111I.T'rh 011130S ;........._.....__.........:Merchant I.),__.._...'c......._....._... 10-1-32 10-1-33 8.00 2.00. s
; -Capt. King and .the Welatka 2 TUrs.. May Maglll .................-. : ........:.....:.........:......... 10-1..32 10-1-33 8.00 :2.00! .:: i''':
.i.t are 3 'redVhlddon ...........................Merchant ..........L...._...._.?_.._. 10-1..32 10- 1-33 8.00 2.00 *,
the greyhound type, and Capt Car- 4 Mrs. E. I. Duval ..............,........Merchant ..._._.....___............: 10-1-32 10-1-33' 8.00 2.00 ..
:: ter and the Gulfport are; the bull terrier I 5 C. E.' Rogers ._..............?.....:Merchant ......_.......:._._.......... 10-1-32 10-1-33'' 8.00 2.00
..t.I' 6 'r. J. Davis ................._..........-.Merchant ...__....................._.... 10-1. 32'! 10-1-33 8.00 2.00
} :t: type. 7 T. ................................... p
,. COURSE ..t.f" J. Geiger :Merchant ...........:-?:.?.._.._....... 10-1-32 1032'10"1-33. 8.00 2.00
: .:. : And I hear interesting 8 Foxworthy &: Lee ........ Merchant! ......__:......_........... .... '10-1- -1-33 8.00 2.00
:: that the is 9 Forreys Store .................._.:........Merchant .............:....-......_....... 10-1- 32 10-1-33
i' jij jij.t. Welatka to have'a monkey 10 \V. H Poole &: Son ...........Merchant ...............:::..:.... .?... 10-1-32 10-1-33 8.00 2.00
? gland operation ,to increase her 111r. II. Harvel Seed Co..-... \T rchant ..........., ;' ..9'.....:...... 10-1-32 10-1-33 8.00 2.00
.. .',' : efficiency. If she does 12 Clewiston Motor Co. ....Merchant .............:2........_._. 10-1-32 10- 1-33 8.00 2.00 ,
c .. set a, new and 13 ........_.............. .....
D. G. Alston ? ..MerchantMerchant ................::..._......_.._ 10.,1'-32 10-1-33 8.00 2.00 '
. ..t.. ,... 14'. ', -ui.-... ..t..t.I more powerful cutting paraphernalia 1-1 J. G. Martin ........_........?...._..._.. ?..?..........:....._.........., 10-1-32 10-1-33 w w vet. .,
K, .:. ". .'. t she will sure bo the boss 15 .(" ('fIlOlarn'jght ..................._.....Merchant ....._........._...-_....... 10-1-32 10-1-33 8.00 2.00
t ( boat 16 Void .. ., .. .... ,
[. :;: t''. '.: .- :i: hereabouts, ,having a third again the '7 Void ...::,::::::::::::::? ::::: :::::: :::: :: /' .,

,. .. I t ..t' power of tthe Gulfport.. 18 .. ..Merchant ........................:...........10-1-::1 2 '1 0-1-3 3 8.00 2.00 ? ,
.' .t. t I I 1.0! Grace G. Bekemeycr: .............MerchantMerchant .................................... 10-1-32 10-1-33 8.00 2.00
.i.. ,. Connally Nall has two .'new 20 Rnlnh Hendry ....._..':..........- ...:;:..._...........,............. 1013101:13 8.00 2.00 i
boatmen, sent here from the Cross .1'W., A. Tongs ......:..........._._....._..-Morchant) _........:........................ 10-1 -32 10-1-33 8.00 2.00 I
22 G, R. Etherton ..._.......................Merchant.Merchant ......_..............,............. 10-1 -32 10-1-.13 8.00 2.00 ;
23 G.: R. Hatch ...._.._......._.............. ............................... .... 10-1-32 10-1-33 8.00 2.00 i
i Open to the Pubic ] Mrs. C., E. 'Villia'ms'has returnedto 4V.. II. Failing .............._...-_....MerchantMerchant ................................... 10-1-32 10-1-33 S.OO 2.00 ,
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her home here after a 'visit'of 25! LaBelle Feed &: Seed St.- .........._..._......._.....,.... 10-1-32 10-1-33 8,00 2.00 !
2fi Perry C. Hull .....................Merchant .._. ........,_...._.._....... 10-1 -32' 10-1-33 S.OO 2.00 :
Y Y several weeks with relatives in Jack.' 27 G. A. Hill] ._..............._._,..._.......-Merchant ._.......;_...._..._......_._ 10-1-32 10-1-33 S.OO 2.00; ,
.t. '. sonville. ;28)9 Lula Snodgrass _.,:._..._....-....Merchant: ......._..._............ ......... 10-1-32 10-1-33 8.00.00 i
.t. .. "t.: Mark Poole .................._............Merchant .:................................. 10-1 -32 10-1-33 8.00 2.00
.:. 't. ':'30 Campbell &''Jennings.merchant ................_.............._ 10-1-32 10'-1-33 11.00 2.75 ';
i ::' 31 Hall's Ser. Sta.tlonIcrchant:: .................................... 10-1-32. 10-1-33 8.00 2.00
:: ,:" .i t . ."} . ...} . ...} .". .,32 Carson's Store ...................:.......Merchant ._................................ 10-1-32 10-1-33 8.00 2.00 ;C,
.:. tl" :: 'y.t' 33 C. E. 'Weaver ..,........_........ _..,.Merchant ....._......,...._........_._ 10-1-32 10-1-33 8.00 2.00 I
..t::. .' ::: .i. 34Lidy; Mitchell ..,..r........:.............Merchant ..............................?-.. 10-1-32 ltf-1-33 8.00. 2,00

i it :;: Announcement :: I %'l.W.. N. Stalllngs' ._..._..._.......Merchant ...".......................,."..... -1-1-33 10-1-33 I"llingFee i 4.00 1.00..25 '
A ; Rethea Cash Gro. ...\_...?....Store S 4.00 1.00. ;
,:i: t ::: .*. 'f 37 C, A. Davis ?...__._..__...........,Merchant ._... ..?......._.-._... 4-1-33 10-1-33 4.00 '1.00 I.
i v I hereby '. o5 'FT. Nobles] ............_....... _.....Merchant! .................:..?...?.._....., 10-1-32 10-1-33 8.00 2.00' ;4
:i: Moderate Green Fees :: announce myself as : Mrs. Qeo. I'oole'Merchant .._..,........F................. 4-1-33 10-1-33 1,00 1.00
A + :.j.!: n candidate in the June Pri- :!: 40 Anthony McCarthy .J.1 ....Merchant ..._. .. .....:.-.. 10-1-33
Exceptional :_ '.*:* inary for County Coiiuujssioner .;' 41 Clewiston' Drug Co ?....Drug Store M..._.+....--.......,.. G30s-333,: 10-1-33 4.00 1.00 t
Fairways -' .
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:: f %. in District- 2 of Hendry _. ..:..-.. ,d:, 't,

:;: Interesting Greens :;: ...:.. CountGordon}-. .' S :?: I of"rtendry?, H. \. Rider County Judge, and Frank: A. Dougherty" Tax Collector I... :
i .t. .t.1 County, Florida hereby certify that the above is a correct list of '
+ I tll .. State and County. Occupational Licenses Issued in Hendry County, Florida. ,
.r.. I, ; + 1 1i for the yearbeginning Oct. 1, 1932 and ending October 1, 19.33.SEAL .
I :: A. G\'Itncss my hand and official soul this 2n(* day of October, A. D. 1933.
I Ix : : Perry '
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i:1 H. A' RIDER.
II. County Judge,
+:..:.o)< :--:.. (w:..> .: :--:..:.,. .:.-:..:..:..:..:..::...;. I x FRANK A. DOUGHERTY,

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j Collectot'.J

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