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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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'; :" NEW ORDINANCE I Bank Re-elects All SUGAR HOUSEIS I Glades Reclamation Job ALSTON IS NEWCHAIRMAN I

\ Officers for 1935All Is Endorsed by GroupFederal

GIVES CITY OPERATING OF :j

officers of the First Bank of \ "M

LIQUOR LICENSE Clcwiston were reelected for. another AT CAPACITY glades was reclamation both defended of the and Ever-attacked COUNTY BOARD

\; year at the annual meeting of the : before an- audience of more

stockholders held at the banking than 100 people at the American .
""A houso here Thursday night C. V. Despite Legion hall in Belle Dave G. Alston, of Clewiston '
new ordinance setting the city: obvious effects of the De- Glade Monday was ,
f license for retail and for wholesale.I Parkinson, president, J. S. Cottrell, cember freeze on the vast acreageof night but at the conclusion of the elcted chairman of the board of .]

liquor dealers in the city limits of I vice-president, and E.. L. Stewart, cane in the Everglades, the sug- discussion the audience voted to en- Hendry county commissioners at the .

Clewislon at $250 yearly was intro I cashier, are the active officials and ar house of the United States 'Sugar dorse a resolution asking the Unit- first meeting of the new board held ,:i

,. duced and passed for the first timer together with C. L. Downs and R. corporation has been and is still ed States government to undertakeit. at the court house in LaBelle Tues '
E. Kurtz form the board of directorsof '
r r upon full reading at the. regular grinding at capacity 24 hours a day. day. Mr. Alston was a member of '
the .
l' =:' < ). y', meeting Monday evening. The am- institution.The The total grind for the month of L. J. Rader, president of the the board for the two year term '.'
,'. ,"' ount stated in the ordinance has stockholders. received the report December exceeded any previous : Merchants Association of Belle just expiring. and previous to that ;AI

been the customary amount for city I of the year's business and were month's grind in the history of the Glade, which( called the meeting, I served as a member of the board of JI

licenses for liquor dealers since, the highly pleased with the very successful sugar industry in the Everglades by acted as presiding officer. L. G. public instruction. He is familiar ':'

repeal of the Volsted act became ef- year which was reflected in 17,000 tons. A record for a single Biggers of West Palm Beach read I with county affairs and is a very .;'of 4
fective in Florida. the statement of the bank's condi- day was set during December, when the resolution which originated in successful business man, capable of v

, .. I The ordinance in full appears in tion.The 4,700 tons of cane went through the a special committee of the Miami guiding the board along conserva- I
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a. legal advertisment in this issue of First Bank of Clewiston has mill in a 24 hour period. Chamber of Commerce and has- tive, economic lines.

the News, and will be published until shown a remarkable but steady There has been no curtailment of since been approved by numerous Three new members 'took their -

the regular February meeting, at growth during the year just ended, activity on the part of the corpora- other civic organizations on the oaths of office and were sworn in J

which time it will be brought before and'and has increased its deposits tion, which approximately 16- lower East Coast. Tuesday, Herbert O'Bannon from ,.i j.
tho commission for final passage. 62 percent during that time. Talks in support of its adoption District 2, Mark Poole from District
000 acres in sugar cane in three Ev- \
Any,complaints or .objections to the were made by Tax Collector T. J. 3, and Asa Townsend of Felda. ;
ordinance should be presented to the BUTLERDAVISE. erglades counties. On the contrary, Campbell; Dr. O. B. Hazen of Pa- Only routine matters came before :

commission at the February 4th there has been exceptional efficiencyin hokee, representative-elect; M.' R. the first session of the board. ,

meeting. B. Butler of Clewiston and the operations on the property, Kays, a member of the Everglades The court house janitor, Mike

F Three state and county licenses Miss Cora Mae Davis,' of Tampa, as every known method to increasethe committee of the West Palm Beach Rasmussen, was re-employed for the
L have been issued for retail liquor were married last night in West Chamber of Commerce; Dr. ThomasE. two year period, and his salary set
dealers at Clewiston, although only Palm Beach. The ceremony took speed of' handling the cane has Will and M., ;C. Eggleston of at '$75 per month. The salary of W.

one of them is in the city limits. A place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. been put in use most effectively. Belle Glade and J. L. Kerr of Pa- T. Hull, clerk of the circuit court

peculiar provision of the law set- Bill Dougherty. Justice of the PeaceH. During the month of Decemberthe hokee. and clerk to the board, was set at

' ;", ting the state and county license !i Roy Lang, of Pahokee, officiated.Mr. field earnings per man was Arguments against the resolutionwere $125 monthly. These salaries are'
Butler's many friends are extending presented by J. B. Jeffeiies of the same as in the past. The board
I greater than at any time in the his-
fee is that dealers whose place of ,
congratulations.MRS. Miami, chairman of the board of voted to' set the salary of the coun-
business is not within the city limits I tory of the present company. The commissioners of, the Everglades ty registration supervisor at $25

. of an incorporated town or city must IDA YOUNG THOMASON speeding up of operations has, re- Drainage district, and R. Y. Creech, monthly for the two years. This sal-

pay an additional $250 'on their state KATHERIXE'THOUASON: flected to the benefit of the corpor- Belle Glade farmer. ary has varied! in the past, as much

The substance of the of the work comes in election years,
ation supporting
and to the benefit of the laborers -
and county licenses. Since the ordinary Clewiston friends of C. Y. Thom-
arguments were that the state hav- and the salary has been greater in
state and county license is ason, who spent several months here employed. "
ing failed in its efforts to drain the that year than in the off-years. The
$1,000, the setting of the city license 'I i last year while engaged in culvert There is as yet no accurate pre- Everglades, a federal project offers new salary of $25 applies for the

".: ; at $250 makes license within and construction on Lake Okeechobee diction of the eventual outcome of the only hope of its complete full two year term.
were grieved to learn of the sudden
. t. without the city limits of Clewiston I the present crop. It is obvious that reclamation. Mrs. C. E. Beckmeyer, clerk in the
death of his mother, Mrs. Ida Young
r Telling the audience that he of the superintendent of public instruction -
the cane was seriously damaged by
the same. I Thomason and his daughter, Katherine -
spoke as an individual and not as appeared before the board
State and county licenses have in an automobile accident near the freeze, 'but inasmuch as there is
I an officer of the drainage district, requesting that 50 percent of the
been obtained by the Clewiston Beer I Greenwood, South Carolina, on the no precedent for frozen cane in the Mr. Jefferies said that Everglades race track money be given to the
Parlor, B. E. Nail, sr., and Fred night of January 2nd.
Everglades there are no records on landowners can work out their own school board. The board declined to
Whidden. I The car in which Mr. Thomason I' '
which to base the probable effect. problems through refinancing of take any action on the matter at
and ten old
i and his mother year
I the sub-drainage district through this time.Clewiston.
daughter were riding is understood
; ; Strayhorn Speaks to RFC loans. He objected to the
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pro-
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posed plan of turning all state lands Pupils to
truck on a highway near their home.
Legion at Installation i over to the federal government in
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,.' .' F jTrC. ROBERTS
reclamation .
Guy M. Strayhorn, Fort Myers at-r program.Mr.
Creech also opposed the resolution -
boys and girls teams of the
Another sudden death during the I
torney, was the guest speaker at the
I school
on about the"same grounds.Palm Pupils of the Clewiston are
I Christmas holidays :was that of J. H. Clewiston High School re' preparingfor
meeting of the American
Legion
Beach Times. Tri-County
for
entries
} Post No. 93, which was held Tuesday Roberts, well known to those asso- the spring schedule of games preparing a
ciated with the industry Contest, recently announced -.
'k' evening at the Clewiston Inn. Everglades 'sugar with Alva, LaBelle and Moore Haven R. H. HOUSECol. Speaking
New which occurred at his homein by Chairman Carl E. Royer of
officers of the Post were installed members of the Tri-County Lea-

by Captain F. Deane Duff, a Chicago following a stroke of' pa gue, The first game was scheduledfor R. H. House of Sarasota, LaBelle for the schools in the Tri-
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past commander. H. R. Hall, retir- ralysis.Mr. tonight in Alva, but the Alva brother-in-law of Mrs. C. L. Downs I County League. The contest will be
ing commander, is succeeded by E. I Roberts was president of the coach requested the postponementof and of Fred and Troy B. Puryear of held in the grammar school audi

B. Butler. Jay W. Moran was installed Athey Truss Wheel company of Chi-I the game until Wednesday, Janu- Clewiston, died Sunday following a torium in LaBelle on Wednesday,
vice-commander, and other j cago, and was the first president 16th, on account of a delay in and
ary week's illness. His wife and two January 23rd at 7:30: p. m.,
new officers are 0. A. Jones, adju- !'! lowing the receivership of the getting the court there in good play- sons, Jack and Hershel were spend- schools of Alva, LaBelle, Clewistonand
tant, S. A. Graves, historian. W. T. ern Sugar Company and was activein ing condition.
ing the holidays here with Mrs. Moore Haven will be represented. -
; Hull, chaplin, and F. M. Wright and its reorganization. He was well- The following is the League sche- Downs, when they were summoned In addition to those schools.

H. R. Hall, sergeants at arms. j I( known to many Clewiston residentsand dule, and it is suggested that those home by his sudden illness. An attack which which are members of the

Mr. Butler, in assuming the chair, here.his demise is greatly regretted interested clip this for future refer- I of' appendicitis' was followed by League, schools at Olga, Felda and

named his committees for the year. ence: peritonitis. all the Glades county schools are

O. A. Jones, chairman of the mem- Schedule Mrs. Downs and Troy Puryear left being invited to participate.The .

bership and attendance committee, GOlf Match To Be In 1'I Friday, January 11-Labelle at Sunday for Sarasota, and attended chairman announces that a

has as members of his committeeG. Moore Haven.Wednesday. the funeral which was held there)'I silver trophy will be presented to

.. B. Thomas, S. A. Graves and R. Fort Myers SundayGolf January 16Clewiston Tuesday. the school wining the most points,

N. Miller. The Americanization com- I I at Alva. I I and individual prizes will be givento
mittee is headed by 1';. M. Wright: Friday. January 18-Alva at La-: winners in the various events.
and its members are W' T. Hull, D. players from Clewiston, both I Belle; Moore Haven at Clewiston. Bridge Tourney Open The 'contest will be divided into
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M. Draughn, M. E. VonMach and E. men and women are scheduled to II Friday, January 25-LaBelle at For I five classifications: pupils from
I Weekly Playing
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. : ': M. Cornette. The entertainment committee play a 'return match with the Fort Clewiston; Alva at Moore Haven. grades 1 and 2; pupils from grades

j' is composed of Jay W. Moran, Myers players on the Fort Myers I I Friday, February 1-Moore Hav- 3 and 4; pupils from grades 5 and 6;
chairman, H. R. Hall and Fred Pur- course Sunday. About twenty playersare en at LaBelle; Alva at Clewiston. Mr. and Mrs J. E. Beardsley, pupils from Junior High grades 7,'

year. The civic affairs committee is planning to make the trip, and Friday, February 8-LaBelle at North and South. and Mrs. ,C. L. 8 and 9 : and Senior High pupils
composed of F. Deane Duff, chairman all are requested by Joe Masters Alva; Clewiston at Moore Haven. from grades 10, 11 and 12.
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!: ,.r C. V. Parkinson and J. ,E. professional at the Clewiston course, Friday, February 15-Clewiston Downs and Miss Dorothy Lockhart, In the elementary grade conteststhe

F t;; Beardsley. W. C. Owen was appointed to be at the Fort Myers course ready I jat I I LaBelle; Moore Haven at Alva. East and West, were the leading first prize will be $5.00, second -

":: officer of the post. to begin playing not later than 1--I Friday, February 22-LaBelle at teams at the conclusion of the open- prize $2.00 and third prize

The new commander has several p. m. This request was made by Terry I Moore Haven; Clewiston at Alva. ing'session of the'new duplicate con- SI.00. In the Junior and Senior

1;' outstanding plans for the Post which I Dolson, manager of the Fort My- Friday, March 1-Alva at La- tract bridge tournament held at the High contests first prize will be

I'_... he outlined at the meeting and ers course, and compliance with it Belle; Moore Haven at Clewiston. Clewiston Inn each Thursday evenIng -I $5.00 and only one other prize will
>,. which will be brought out from time will be necessary to insure all of Friday,' March 8-LaBelle at I be given, second prize, which will

to time during the year. time to complete their matches be- Clewiston; Alva at Moore Haven. Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mrs. R. be $3.00. In awarding points, for the

..J"\ Out-of-town members attending fore dark. Friday, ,March 15-Moore Havenat A. Ballard were second high North school trophy, first prizes will count
'.r.".:." the meeting Tuesday night were S. LaBelle; Alva at Clewiston. and South team, and Mr. and Mrs.E. 5 points second prize will count 4
,:. A. Graves, Drew Hampton and C. E. MRS. PERMELTA YATES Al-
Friday, March 22-LaBelle at H. Latham, jr., were second high points, third prize will count 3
Royer of LaBelle. -- va; Clewiston at Moore Haven. East and West players. I points, and fourth place will count

Mrs. Permelia Yates mother of Friday, March 29-Clewiston' at The second session was I played 2 points, and 5th and 6th place will
.1 MRS. SAVANNAH YON Mrs. Elmer Kranz and L. R. Yates, LaBelle; Moore Haven at Alva. last night at the Inn with an increased count 1 point.Expenses .

of Clewiston, died at her home in All games except with Alva will number entering, but details of and prizes will be de-

Mrs. Savannah Yon, 55, died at Kohamo, Indiana, Saturday.. Mrs. be both boys and girls teams. The the playing were not available at frayer from door receipts and an

? .:,. ". ',. her..home in the Latham Building I Yates spent several months in Clew- Tri-County League officials are plan- the time of going to press. admission charge of 25 cents per
r, : ( early Saturday morning, following: iston recently with her son and ning separate trophies to be awarded Enrolling on the opening night person' will be made. .

a' stroke of'paralysis several days i daughter and a grandson, Clyde each team for season and for were Mr. and :Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Plans for selecting the Clewiston

earlier. The body -was sent to Chip- Egley. I tournament. Tournament date and Mr, and Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mr. and pupils are not yet complete, but
"'.::' ley, Florida, and funeral services Mrs. Kranz left Friday .afternoon place will be announced later. Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mr. and Mrs.E. .I teachers and pupils are working on
r were held there Monday, with the for her mother's bedside and Mr. II expected that
, H Latham, jr., Mr. and Mis. J. the sele'hions. and it is
1' '' Everglades Funeral Home in Clew- and Mrs. Yates left Sunday to at- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barrentine E. Beardsley, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, the local school will be well rep-
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- ; iston in charge of arrangem'ents.The I tent the funeral services which were and family have moved into one of Mrs.' R. A. Ballard, Miss Dorothy resented in practically every con-

y' ,Y; .. deceased was the widow of held in Kohamo :Monday. the apartments In Mrs. Chris Ayers'new Lockhart, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Lieu- test.

:-1 'u,) the late Thomas 'C. Yon. She is survived : duplex, recently completed. Mr. tenant and Mrs. W. II. Mills, L. H.
. : : by a son, George A. Yon of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Clark of Miami i and Mrs. A. L. Morgan arc occupying Nash, Messrs Mills, Peters, and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stewart who
South Bay two daughters and a son were guests of friends in Clew- I the other apartment in this I Wickes. moved to Canal Point from Clewis-
; at home, "Jackie," Esther and iston over the week-end. Mrs. Clark building: I tcn about two months ago, are the
: Thomas C., and by a married daughter -. was Miss Marie Williams berore her '\ r baby
11 Lake Okecchobee. in South Florida proud parents of a seven pound
in Chipley and a married daughter -. marriage a few weeks ago and Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. I. M. Paf- I. is the largest body of fresh water girl. who was born in the Belle
.1: in Belle Glade. taught in the Clewiston school last ford, Mrs. Olin Carleton and Mrs. wholly wlhin the United States. Glade hospital December 31st. Mr.

George Yon accompanied the body year. W. F: Simpson spent Tuesday after- Lake Apopka is the second largest. Stewart is, employed by the sugar
.. to Chipley and Mrs. Yon and the noon in Belle Glade attending a and he and Mrs. Stewart:
company
.,'>- other members of the family In this Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alston spent meeting of the Palm Beach Federation There are 220.000 farms in Florida had an apartment at The Barracks
section made the trip by motor. Friday in ilaml on business.
of Womens Clubs.
there should be 2,000,000. here last year
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS >PTlTO.A Y. JANUARY 11. J915 '

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: enemy propaganda, "establishing rules plants, the latter supplying "4G per NURSE SLAYS SIX Precautions Called for .
CURRENT EVNTPA and regulations for censorship" and cent of the consumers."

"enlisting and supervising a voluntary "It Is the purpose of the admInis- With Perishable Food
MEMBERS OF FAMILY.
censorship of the newspaper and peri- tration," he set forth, "to narrow this Study of human reactions to tin .

odical press." excessive gap between what the con- I have been exhaustively investigated \'fp

S IN REVIEW Lieutenant Colonel C. T. Harris of sumer pays for electricity In this country by the food research laboratory of "i
the army said he never heard of a and what Canada has proved It can Kills Self With Poison By the bureau of soils in Washington. '

plan to license the press. be generated and sold for. This pro- Dead Brother. 'I These studies show that no toxic action

The eight bills which the army has gram does not Involve either 'destructive need be feared from the use of

THE ready for presentation in case of war competition or strangulation'" tin containers "For that
INTERNATIONAL ARMY IN Pittsburgh, Pa.-Seven members of reason It
would authorize a military draft, per- has been widely stated that food-
found In
SAAR COLD SHOULDER FOR a family were dead what police -
mit government control of material resources USJ ESS leaders of the country described as a case of murder and stuffs need not be removed from the
PEOPLE.By
ELECTRIC POWER and speedy condemnation,, of B
who met in conference at White suicide by a distraught mother. It was can after opening because of any
--PICKARD property needed in the war, set up a Sulphur Springs, W Va., drew up a believed her grief over the recent danger from tin poisoning.It .
EDWARD W. and risk Insur-
of marine war
Western Newspaper Union. system long list of things they want the gov- death of a son drove her to slay a sister must be apparent, on the other
ance and create administration' over ernment to do or not to do, and then 'in Dunkirk, N. Y., and then come I hand, that products like milk or

from Great Britain, Italy war trade, a war finance corporationand created a "business conference committee" here to complete the annihilation of canned fruits, vegetables, and meats
SOLDIERS and Holland, to the num- a committee to supervise capital that will have headquarters in the family. i are perishable substances. Once the

ber of 3,300, under the command of issues. Washington and maintain "liaison" Amid the modest Christmas decora- can Is open, they are subject to con-

: with the administration.The tions In the suburban home of Walter tamintaion from the bacteria 6f the

COL. CHARLES A. LINDBERGH, by in conference's recommendationsto Dempsey, the crazed mother, Mrs. air just like any fresh product. For

flights across Arctic regions the government are phrased in inoffensive Kathryn Schoch, thirty-seven turneda that reason it is certainly not desir-

1933, has enabled the Department of language and: the idea is 'conveyed revolver on the sleeping forms of able for perishable foods to be, al-

Agriculture to demonstrate conclusively that the business men" earnestly shy members of the family and left four lowed to stand in open containersany

veteran that the spores of plant disease can desire to co-operate rather than crIti- dead and the other two seriously appreciable length of time unless
be borne on remote air currents.
cize. The things they ask: are substan- wounded. they are kept very cold. Further-

With a spore trap of his own devis-" tially the same as those sought by the Mrs. Schoch, a sister of Dempsey, more, though cold 'delays the growthof

ing, which he called "the skyhook. National Association'' of Manufacturersand then swallowed poison! and fell deadat these bacteria, it does not entirely

Colonel Lindbergh obtained specimens the Chamber of Commerce of' the the foot of her brother's bed.: prevent their growth. Hence foods

which confirmed the previous theoriesof United States, previously summarizedIn A few hours later police at Dunkirk, cannot be kept In refrigerators In

determine whether the government experts that plant diseases this column. The essence of It all which Is 2CO miles north of Pittsburgh, open containers indefinitely. Dr.

Saar shall again become may be carried even across con- Is that government should attend more broke Into the apartment of Mrs. Ruth Walter H. Eddy, Director of Good
--;- --- 'u a part of Germany tinents by air currents. to its traditional and Housekeeping Bureau.
rind- functions permit Dempsey Flushes, a sister ofIrs..
s Major ? or remain under That was announced by Fred C. business to put men and capital backto Schoch, and found her shot to death.

control of the League of Nations. The Meier, the department expert who In- work. The two sisters had lived together and Greatness RecipeTo

arrival of the troops was watched by terested Colonel Lindbergh In the I Mrs. Schoch came here for what the be personally great ils to for- ..
the league authorities with consider work. get all personal greatness. -
In the White House family considered a holiday visit.
able anxiety for there had been fears Colonel Lindbergh devised his "the CHRISTMAS
was a season of jollity and noise, In addition to Mrs. Schoch and Mrs.
that Nazi enthusiasts there might cause skyhook," a light, strong contrivance, especial attention being given to the Hughes, the dead are :
trouble. But the i inhabitants of the easy to operate and well adapted to Walter welfare ]
entertainment of the younger membersof Dempsey, forty-two a
basin remained quiet, none of them protecting sterile glass slides from contamination -
worker Robert twelve [
the large house party. First, on ; Dempsey, ,
howIng either enmity or enthusiasmfor except for the time, they z,0ti1gd
Christmas eve, the President lightedthe a son; Walter Dempsey, Jr., ten, who
the league's armed forces. were exposed. Mr. Meier prepared the 1
community Christmas'; tree in died later; Thomas Dempsey, eight, is atn mpey ,
Under the terms of the treaty of slides and has examined and photo- ,
( Lafayette park, and then he read Dickens' a son ; David Dempsey, fifteenmonthold dtoge4una yat et t tie

in the Lind-
Versailles any person living graphed them. He credits Colonel tI ow
"Christmas Carol" to the assem- son, shot while sleeping In his crib lout s4u11 1.
Saar at the time of the signing of the bergh with careful l work. bedside. ghee t h4 yo e on.or .
bled at his parents' t 54 r
treaty is eligible o"ote In the plebi- family. Early next morning'the I th CtQOt" ,
children gathered in Mr. Roosevelt'sroom The wounded : ea bv
scite, and the Nazis of Germany made BROWN SANBORN, war- < JOSEPH and opened their gifts, and then Mrs. Clara Dempsey. wife of Walter,
great efforts to gather as many of of the One Hun-
had a frolic around the tree in the_ up- I shot in the head, expected to recover.
their adherents as possible from other dred the
Thirty-first infantry; formerly
-- stairs corridor. I Only a few hours before the shoot
: lands to which they had migrated. Illinois "Dandy First," and wearer of
Roosevelt Ings in the Dempsey home, Mrs. Schoch,
Mrs Elizabeth Donner of
From the United States 352 Saar Ger-
six'a.r decorations from four nations,
a trained nurse had played Santa HELP KIDNEYS
Philadelphia former wife of Elliott
mans traveled back to their old home died in Chicago at his home. He held ,
aboard the liner Bremen, and were wel- the rank of lieutenant general, retired, Roosevelt, was a guest at the White Claus to the Dempsey children, afford-
ing them one last taste of Yuletide kidneys function badly
House with her William your
with another small son, IP
comed feasts, as was in the Illinois state guard.As .
Donner Roosevelt. Joy before taking their lives with a revolver and you have a lame, aching
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large contingent from South America. commander of the One Hundred police said she purchased in back, with attacks of dizziness
The German government denied that Thirty-first regiment Sanborn was ex- burning, scanty or too frequent
Buffalo N. Y. under fictitious
a name.
' ; It was paying the expenses of these traordinarily active, though then sixty- MARTIN[ J. INSULL, brother of urination, getting up at night
Schoch left four notes of
Mrs. one
: voters from abroad, asserting they three years old. He distinguished him- Samuel, was given a Christmas swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic

h were financed by private donations. self on the British front present by a Chicago jury in the form which, expressing sorrow over the pains use Doan's Pills.
death of her son. Jimmy, seven, who Doan's are especially for poorly
of a verdict of not guilty of embezzle-
died last month, said: functioning kidneys. Millions of
r PEACE in central Europe was pro- AFTER winning the handicap prize ment from the Middle West Utilities "Dear God, it's hard to do all this boxes are used every year. They; :

'"'-- by two events. The JugoslavIan England-to-Melbourne air company. The money, 344,720, was but I Just cannot go on any longer. are recommended the country over.

,,. cabinet resigned and a new cabinetwas race, the giant American-built plane used, according to' the prosecution, in a Not to feel my darling boy's arm Ash your neighbor

formed with Bogoljub Yevtitch as Uhcr, pride of the Royal Dutch Air desperate effort to recoup Insull's per- around me nor hear his precious voice

. premier. As foreign minister he had Lines, started on a speed flight from sonal losses in the stock: market- ,makes living unbearable." DOAI' PILLS
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' conducted the case of his country Amsterdam to Batavia, Java, with sev- ,
,; against Hungary before the League of en persons aboard. During a thunder- I
the first time the RFC has un-
FOR Four Americans Saved ,,, tort SALE:
: Nations and accepted the compromise storm it crashed in the desert ten the management of a Carpet graSs seed. 8D% er n$1f I00"1be: J

decision, and he is a close friend of miles from Rutba Wells, Irak, and railroad. John W. Barriger, chief examiner Adrift in Orient E. R. nAMLIN WEST POINT MISS. I

Prince Paul, head of the regency, whois burned to cinders, all its occupants
for the interstate commerce Manila, P. I.-Adrift on the tropical
Inclined to a moderate course.
perishing. commission, announced that nomineesof 'sea for five days without water, four
. The Austrian refused the
government
, the RFC would be placed In chargeof New Yorkers were reported to have BlACKMU4i
extradition to France of Colonel Per-
operation of the Denver & Salt Lake reached Tawao Borneo. The
chevich, Croat exile, who was accused, E LECTRIC utility companies of the safely r"'LJI0: :<:...u "' ... : .....'''' "'" = ...,
along with Dr. Ante Pavelich, of insti- United Slates, worrIed by the power railway, which has received large quartet Is composed of Lawrence T.

gating the assassination of King Alex- program of the New Deal, appealed'to loans from the ,government agency. K. Griswold, William H. Harkness] ft STOCK and POULTRY
President Roosevelt to abandon the The railway is a short road whic'hhas Legrand Ghiswold and B. E. C. Tate.
ander in Marseilles. Italy hatl previously Medicines are ReliableO
movement toward pub- leased for 50 years the railroad They were making an ethnological:: and
refused the extradition of Pave
lich. It is said in informed quarters lic ownership which bore of the Moffat tunnel from the photographic tour of the southern Blackman's Medicated Lick-
threatens they to Moffat Tunnel Improvement district Philippines when their small chartered
say,
I,, that further examination of these two ABriko
men would have revealed facts that deprive millions of se- motor boat became disabled in the Blackman's Stock Powder
f. i curity holders of their ownership of the Celebes sea. Details of their rescue
:: would have endangered peace in Europe GOVERNMENT 6 Blackman's Cow Tonico
M1 not contained In the telegraphic
savings. The plea Industrywas were Blackman's Char-Med-Sal

was presented to tle vigorously opposed by the, War report from Tawao. (for Hog)

I F ANY doubt existed that Japan President personallyby department in a prepared statement o Blackman's Poultry Tablets

would denounce the Washington Thomas N. Mc- submitted to the senate munitions committee. Woman Friend of the Late o Blatkman's Poultry Powder

'. naval treaty it was dissipated by the Carter, president of Dr. Ritter Quits Galapagos Lowest Price
Highest Quality !
Edison ,
action of the privy council. That powerful the Electric in- Several of the committee members :

body of statesmen, meeting with '-'-- -,' ,- stitute. That gentleT have proposed such a course as a Guayaquil, Ecuador.The American Satisfaction Guaranteed or

all ceremony, unanimously recommended T. N. McCarterfeet man promised that means of "taking the profit out of explorer, G. Allan Hancock, arrived your money back. .

r. abrogation of the pact to Emperor the utilities! would ef- war." The War department contended here on the yacht Valerio III bringing: BUY FROM YOUR DEALER ,-

( HIrohito, whose speedy approval was the reforms in financing that Mr. that such a policy would fail in war with him Frau Dora Koerwin whose

given. Roosevelt has called for, and then requested and therefore does not appear logicalin companion in the Galapagos islands, BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO. '

Baron Kiichiro Hiranuma, vice pres- that the government join with peace, but its statement added thatit Dr. Friedrich Hitter, died of apoplexy 1 Chattanooga, Tenn.

ident of the council, read the report the institute in a suit to test the con- does not oppose in any way a program She is en route to Europe. :She, as-
stitutionality of the Tennessee serted she would discard the name of
the emperor and afterward said to the Valley of licensing the munitions in-
authority.In dustry. her husband, Koerwin, from whom she IE1FORMATION"For 1
"The '
press : imperial government desires "INSIDE
has been separated for many years, and
continuation of clauses of the the memorial he handed to the
Washington treaty relating to limita- President, Mr. McCarter gave It as his aqd navy officers are con I substitute the name of Ritter in remembrance Indigestion or CONSTIPATION t
ARMY of the companionship of CLEANSE INTERNALLY the tea-cup way.
tion of fortifications and naval basesIn own opinion that the government in by the attempts of Communists ,
Charles Garfield Tea acts promptly, pleasantlyMILDLY.Notacureallbutcertalnlyeffec ,
the Pacific ocean, but, if such the TVA experiment is exceeding its to spread dissatisfaction, mutiny island. ,

clauses are terminated, the government constitutional powers and infringingthe and rebellion among the armed five In relieving tG:-"

is prepared to cope with the sit- sovereign rights of the state. He forces of the nation, and have asked Train Fails to Stop; //,* constipation. At

uation.." cited the joint opinion of Newton D. the house committee on un-American Found Dead :--. drugstores

In plain words, then, Japan wants Baker, Democrat, and James :M. Beck, activities to ,approve a law permitting Engineer 25c and lOc.

equality on the high seas with the Republican, that TVA is unconstitu- punishment of those who urge any soldier Carbondale, III.-The Illinois Cen /7 FREEriteAMP

United States and Great Britain, but tional and the "similar conclusion" of or sailor to violate his oath of tral's crack: New Orleans Jo-Chicago express (

wants the United States to remain restricted Unletd States Judge W. I. Grubb in a allegiance. No. 2G, duefor a stop at Coliden.\ Garfield Tea Co.

as to Its Pacific ocean defenses recent decision.Mr. Commander V. L. Kirkman of the 111., rumbled right by that town. Brooklyn Dept. ,12 N.Y.

Roosevelt turned the memorialover navy told the committee that' the Com- William Fisher, ilrpman, a reserve

to Frank: R. McNinsh-chairman munists' campaign was planned and engineer, Investigated and found_

OENATORIAL Investigators of munitions of the federal poser commission, and supervised from headquarters In New Charles Oland, age fifty-eight, engineer

and the War department he and his aids speedily prepared a York: city, and he submitted a num- dead at the throttle. Fisher took command -

clashed when Clark of Missouri suggested sharp reply rejecting the proposal of ber of pamphlets and leaflets circu- of the 15-car train, backed;; it in:

In a committee hearing, that co-operation in carrying the matter to lated In the navy which, he said, "ac- to Cobden, and then brought it 'on here. DO YOU SUFFER PAIN?

the war mobilization plans of the department the Supreme court. tually Incite to mutiny, sabotage and Mrs C. L. Copeland

long held secret, should be "In all the history of the American assassination." He described how the George Moran, Cleveland r of 2703 Norwich St,
laid before in people it said "no for work Is 'carried on, good Brunswick. Ga., said:
congress peace time to parallel such a propaganda Executive Dies "My nerves were bad I
be debated at leisure. He held that, proposal can be found. The callIs looking girls taking an active part. Newspaper also suffered with, pains

under the army's plan, the eight bills not for the government to halt, but Cleveland.-George F. Moran, fifty- in my was sides poor, my and appetite I

embodying the scheme, to mobilize the for the industry to catch step and move MARY IIARRIMAN RUMSEY, two, former chairman of the board and 'S *' ; > lost weight and strength.

nation's resources would be rushed to forward along progressive lines." MRS. fought valiantly but not alto- director of the Cleveland company, former sig. .,.t, Favorite After taking Prescription Dr. Pierce's I

congress to "pass under whip and "The Edison Electric Institute has, gether successfully to protect the in- publisher of the Cleveland News, completely regained my

spur" without proper consideration.War of course," it continued, "a legal rightto terests of the consumers against the died at his home in Cleveland Heights health.Write Dr.Sold Pierce's tly druggists Clinic everywhere, Buffalo N. Y..

department witnesses replied promote litigation to test the act contentions of industry and labor, is from a heart attack Mr. Moran wasa for free medical advice ;
New size, tablets 50 cts., liquid $1.00.. Largo r
that, the war policies commission believed creating the Tennessee Valley Author dead In Washington. Always Inter- Cleveland newspaper executive for

certain legislation might be held ity or any substantial progress toward ested In sociology and public affairs thirty years. Part."U-7

unconstitutional in peace time but legal placing the industry on a sound and this daughter of E. H. Harriman and

In a war emergency. permanent basis until it cleans Its own Inheritor of some of his millions, tookan Hope Abandonedfor \

Senator Clark also sought to learn house, reduces excessive rates to con- active part in promoting the New
in Plane
what degree of control was contem- sumers and eliminates the malpracticeand Deal and was made head of the NatIonal Seven PIMPLY SKIN

plated by the "censorship" plan of the abuses which are responsible for Its I consumers' board of the NKA. I, Mazatlan, Mexico.-Searchers for a

army. This calls for an administratorof present condition." I Two men of note who died were plane with seven persons abroad,which from clogged, irritated pores,

public relations who would mobilize"all Attacking: McCarter's contention that Eugene R. Black, former governor of fell Into the Gulf of California, abandoned can be relieved, improved,

existing mediums of publicity so rates are reasonable, Mr. McNinch said the federal reserve board, and Mar- hope for them after several and healing aided withResinol cr *"'

that they may be employed to the best Canadians pay on an average 2 1-5 tin' W. Littleton, New York lawyer, hours' search. Two of those sought ,

possible advantage." He also wouldbe cents for a kilowatt hour, rtMle Ameri- who appeared In many sensationalcases were Americans, N. Abbott, a pilot

charged with coordinating publicity cans pay 5% cents. He said the, Cana- and for a time served as coa and Noel Bullock.

combating disaffection at home and dian figures cover public and,- private gressman.

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.. THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1935

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: OXYGEN, MAN'S ENEMY ':i

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Oxygen, which gives us life, Is also ,

man's greatest Industrial enemy. The

air we breathe contains one-fifth oxygen -

and this, gas Is a highly cor- i

: GOLDEN DAWN rosive substance. When a house "

burns down It Is simply combining i,

with oxygen in the air. When soap

turns brown on a chemist's shelf It

is merely another instance of the corrosive ".
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quality of oxygen. But it Is '

1: BJ PETER B. KyME the motor Industry that suffers most

j r. __ from the ravages of oxidation. Its
:Copyright by Ben Syndicate WNU Service.
'k.. ." '- two chief organic essentials, rubber "

.;, r- :1 -_,ari: ';"f :1'l ': .;;:: -!N., ,,'I-'t&-.. ,,-:_ ,_...,,_1 -:--:- JIiiIiJI'j! ; -.;::' T 'i- r::'.... ,; Y., ."" .,;:.= and petrol, are especially susceptible. : .
j' I Thousands of pounds worth of these ,

,' ', .;:: p' SYNOPSIS that expense, too, Lanny.And, I shall 1 replied, and wondered why .Nanfe had. less as she is, only I'm a responsible materials have been utterly wasted

1 f ,:: '.: ,-;:I:,' await with interest the report you will requested the Information. ', member of society and she Isn't. 'Nance owing' to the action of air-and now .'

-\ have to make on return. Lanny "Kiss me ,again, dear 4hing." knew I wonldn't fall to visit her so
1 .. Theodore Gatlin adopts a baby, which your you : ; the scientists have struck' back. They
:.' '.: he names "Penelope," In a final effort beamed. ;Nance commanded., Then she was out she described me to her confederate, have been experimenting with the '

1 I" .;. to solve his matrimonial troubles. Butt The following Sunday afternoon, of the visitors' room, running for the who spotted me when I drove up'to the. development of substances known as j

;'-, his their wife affairs has end never In the wanted divorce her court.and. therefore, the matron admitted I.apny' 'cene of the excitement In the recreajlpn main gate and parked my car. antl-oxidants. These compounds, when t.

the to: the, visitors' room and sent; for room. She met the matron hurry "When the confederate .
Ten-year-old Penelope is given into : j saW me com mixed with any product, slow down c':
keeping of Mrs. Gatlin. At a baseball Nance', 'who arrived on the run !fand hl1g i back to the visitors' room after ing 'back she drove a nail about an oxidation to such an extent that Its ';;

::!'.', game" a ball strikes Penelope the child on the to cast herself .joyously into Laniiy's; :''b inving quelled the fight by her mere Inch into 'my 'rear':tire-simple as two usefulness and life are Increased ten y
I nose. Mrs. Gatlin spirits
,> Europe. Gatlin retires from business. arms. Then Nance led the latter'Into appearance. and two aretourj; ,The' nail\,was ,drivenall 'fold.-Pearson's .Weekl '.

: wills Penelope all his money, and is a corner, and speaking swiftly and! in, o'left me alone,"'Nance explained. the way',in;:and the 'air. :was out

about to begin a search for his daughter a low voice, said : 'and that's against) the rules. So 1 fol- before we'p'1" gone H Ti 'mile. ,Oh dear, Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the original

;, ;, Some when ten a years motor later accident, in San ends Francisco'! his life., "We aren't permitted to be alone I didn't want 'you to think I'd I dear dear,. what ilmpleton I am !1. I little liver pills put up 60 years ago.

: .. Stephen Burt, rising young psychi with our visitors Lanny. You'll notice take advantage of you." suppose I ought to do something about They regulate liver and bowels.-Adv.

> atrist. Is presented by pan McNamara.: the matron remains in the room. She, The matron smiled and pinched the this but then If I. do, how can I ex

chief of police, with a new patient won't listen to what we have to say but glrl',3 'cheek, '"You funny girl," she plain my conduct' to the prison officials '. ,Says tHe CynicLove
:Nance Belden. girl with a dual personality ,, Will 'I'' is a: 'bttssrni. ream. :Marriage -
i ; for which her "saddle nose"was she keeps her eyes on us; you said. "You don't belong here and it'sa ? .' ",

: in part responsible. McNamara does smuggle a letter out for me? I'v6 got shame you have to be here. You She realized thoroughly now the 'extent Is the-alarm' clock.

not think she is a criminal and obtalns one all written, but the matron reads have a fine code of honor,. Nance evenIf to which she had been an accessory I

Burt's testimony in court. Lanny, ,thedoctor's all our letters before' posting them- they hang-it on you for shoplifting." before the act. What act she
office nurse, is won over despite '
Nance's hard-boiled exterior. and 1 can't have her read this one. She' nodded 'Lanny ,as the latter wondered. Well, she would have to
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Nance's criminal record outweighs Doc- It's to a very dear friend and I just passed out, of the building. The guardat keep the details. of this adventure to

tor Burt's explanation of her case and couldn't bear to have her read it.; Besides the entrance took up her pass herself. Even Stephen Burt could not

., she Is sent to San Quentin penitentiary. If, she read, It, she wouldn't looked her over with pretense of suspicion share her confidence in this, for Lanny

,.;,}I" mall it." :; : : opened the gate and let her was justly proud ,of her Intelligenceand

rt. : CHAPTER III-Continued, Lanny's face grew grave. "Do you through. She climbed ,into 'her little integrity and loathed the thought

-7- realize, my dear, what you are askingme car and had just! started it when a that a suspicion either might obtainin FOR'' \/,,. '

to do?" good-looking but : somewhat flashy the mind. of her beloved Stevie. She
"You'll do, Nance declared and
S N "Certainly, 1 wouldn't ask anybodybut young woman came to the side of the feared should he learn of her adventure OURJ
held out her hand. Her cell proved to
'r; ) you to do it. Lanny dear. You'reso car and said : that he would never quite trust {
be exactly what ,the matron had said
I ''it understanding. If-you can smuggle. "Are you, driving to Greenbrae her again. And that would be unbear
small white with
r was-a neat room '
the letter out for me it.,will mean that madam?" Quick Safe Relief
,. a neat little white bed and ,wash stand able.That ,
within a month I'll be out, too.I'm Lanny, nodded. "1 wonder If you'd sly minx-telling her she could
and a small chest of drawers, not unlike For Eyes IrritatedBy
sorry 1 cannot give you"all my confi- give me a lift that far. The' busdoesn't read the letter before mailing it; thatif
that of in
a room ''a hospital, save
.. for the steel door with an orifice in the dence, Lanny, but I just'can't You're leave for'an 'hour and I-" she did not approve of Its contentsshe Exposure To

the only woman on earth I'd trust the all the free to it That
"By means generous Lanny was destroy was
center of it and connected lockIng
by a Sun Wind and DustAt
: only woman who has ever been kind agreed, and opened the door. The girl the point upon which the susceptible '
:: mechanism with all the doors In '
that tier of cells so, that the throwingof to me And oh, Lanny. dear, .I' do appreciate thanked her smilingly and climbed: in. Lanny Impaled'lierself. All Drug StoresWrheMurineCo.DptWQdcaooforFree :.,

a lever locked them all simultane your friendship so." Half way down to Greenbrae, her guest "Well, .It can't be anything so very Book

ously. Nance surveyed it with sa tis- Lanny comforted the girl and considered said : "I think one of your rear tiresis Important," she decided finally. "It ';

,. -, faction. "This will do me nicely," she her request Considered it sym- flat madam." I couldn't be part of a plan to escape, .

said. "Thank you ever $o much pathetically, too, for 'at heart she was "I was beginning to think so, too. because escape from that place is im- Really Simple

Matron." an outlaw herself. She knew Nance It's bumpy, isn't it? Oh dear. I loathe possible. Besides, no woman convict Economy begins In not wanting ,/j

She unpacked her suitcase stowed Belden did not belong here; that if the changing .a tire." has ever succeeded in escaping from something one can't afford.SKID .' :

her few belongings In the chest of girl had had a fair chance, if she had Lanny pulled up to the side of the San Quentin. In all probability it was

not been the victim of a code of justice road and got out leaving her hand- just a private message to one of her
drawers; removed her hat and sat downon
the bed to read the printed list of born of Ignorance and lack .of' bag beside her on the seat. Instantly old underworld friends. That girl Is :

prison rules. But one of the rules interested sympathy, she would be In a sanitarium : her' guest opened It, abstracted the let-: too intelligent to dream of' formulating 1

.'. her. She discovered she could .instead.- ter Nance' had given her and tucked plans for escape. Why, she couldn't

write letters once a month and receive "You can read the l letter when you it:: in her: own hang-bag;' then" got out :get out of the front gate. She'd' haveto I

visitors once a month-if she behaved get home, Lanny;" Nance pleaded, and with Canny surveyed the flat rear swim the' bay ,to.escape, even if she <;1

herself. "I must be mother's little "and if you do not approve of it, yogi tire. succeeded in getting through the exit :

lamb," she 'decided. "This is some need not, mail it.' That's fair, isn't it?" "I'll help," she promised eagerly. ;:"The from the woman's quarters and past .J

Lanny fell into the trap. "Yes that's least I can do to. repay'your hospij; that' suspicious guard in the little
: joint to get out of. but where there'sa
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fair" she for she had .:'
agreed unbounded tality. house there.
will there's a And she set
way.: ...
confidence in her own judg Between them they shifted the wheels So Lanny made herself a highball
herself resolutely to discovering the To quickly relieve #
ment of what was right and what was and resumed the journey. At Green- and resolved to dismiss all thought of
way: chapping and roughness,
Q wrong. brae the girl got out and thanked the Incident. She also resolved to give
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L.V, Before locking-up time she thought? apply soothing
0 : she had discovered It. It was the "You old sweetheart," Nance breathed. Lanny. No sooner had her little car Nance Belden a piece of her mind If coolind Mentholatum.Cres .

fishermen In the cove just off San and kissed her-and at that momenta disappeared behind a curve than the and when she decided to visit her

Quentin point who suggested it to her. tall, handsome brunette who had repaid girl :waved to' a sedan parked In back again. And she was not at all, certain

her lover's faithlessness by killing' of the little station and climbed In be- she would make Nance another: visit.
In her stroll around the grounds she COMFORTy
: Inspected the fence. It was sixteen him, and who had been standing aroundin side a young man who sat behind the Two weeks later, while she was sit- .1

the hall the to the wheel. fire. tele-
feet high, of quarter-inch steel mesh near entrance ting before the reading, her -
I visitors' room, moved off down the Well?" he queried apparently without phone rang and a man's voice said : '
set on steel posts bedded in concrete, "
corridor the recreation interest. this' Miss Rebecca ?" Female Wanted 1
and it ran along a concrete base. A towards room "Is Lanning Help J
barefooted At once a shrill scream penetrated the "It worked,," she replied. "Let's. go.". "Yes. Who is this?"
woman, using her toes to ,
: visitor's room then another and an "Never mind. You wouldn't know(
cling to the mesh could climb the fence ; SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT for ,
"',' other-a woman cursed-and cried : CHAPTER IV me if I told you who I am. 'I'm a and :
readily enough, were it not for an married women, $15 weekly
:. "Stop them or they'll hurt each other." friend of Nance Belden's."
eighteen-inch topping of barbed wire, your own dresses FREE repre- i
: The matron Immediately left the vis "Oh, indeed. Ironically. "And who
.. strung in strands four inches apart Arrived at tile little bungalow she oc- senting nationally known Fashion i
:fix. and set inward at an of itors' room to quell the disturbance might Nance Belden be? :'
angle forty-five ,cupied In St Francis Wood, Lanny put Frocks. No canvassing. No invest-
PoJ?,... Instantly Nance Belden drew a thick. Lanny was nobody's fool. On the
degrees One could not possibly surmount her car in the garage, entered her ment. Send dress size. Fashion :",
instant every sense was alert, for !if
that. Nor could one burrow home: and sat down to read Nance Frocks. Dept.A-385 Cincinnati,O. '4
.. this was a trap set by the authorities, ,
under the concrete base in
: daylight, Belden's letter. And when she failed r
I who. in some mysterious way, had got
even were the means available. Nor to find It she did some 'of the logical 1
of, her she
ten wind escape, was resolved
could one do It at night because then thinking of ,which she was so ,eminent
., I one was locked in the cell. But one ly'capable in situations where her not to walk into it
: "Are you going to be at home fol Help' Kidneys :
could stroll down the main walk to the emotions were being preyed
not upon. "
Miss banning? the voice
hour -
pur-
: an I
1 :, .; sentry box just outside the entrance I 4'i II "Good work," she decided finally. If poorly functioning Kidneys and
f' -' : sued. It was a pleasant enough voice Bladder make Buffer from Getting ,
?: ; and situation you
; appraise the there. As
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.;; ? girl picked up on reflected."I Up Nights. Nervousness Rheumatic :
t Lanny
Nance suspected, the ,
gate was kept Pains, Stiffness. Burning. Smarting. '
---C Greenbrae stole it out of hand-bag
locked and the guard had the key in- my am. but what business Is that o2 Itching or Acidity try the guaranteed
; 1. ; when I got out to look at the flat tire. ?" Doctor's Prescription CystecSiss-tex)
\ deed, the gate was never opened except yours. Must fix you np or money
She must have visited Nance before, I "Oh well if you're going to be suet Cystex
f to admit a new prisoner or an official, 1 back. Only75 got there. She was a flashy sort of "
ww I a cutup, the voice rejoined, "I'll not
' i l, or to provide an exit for a discharged 1
.I I damsel too that I think of It.
( now bother to argue with you over the
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f prisoner or official. However Nance
An,,underworld huzzy doubtless ; doubtless I'll.come out. Good-by." Little Girl's Face
phone. .
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; not despair, for the gate was narrow So
too known to the police. leaving Lanny in stat
He hung up a
':::1"':: -tvvp feet-and there was no top her
Nance had no opportunity to slip acute mental perturbation, which Inflamed by
:' il( ping on It. She decided she would of
the letter. The matron watched too
':'. did not subside until she heard her
climb
over it some day when theguard's
would be
Nance feared that
closely.' doorbell ringing some ten minutes PsoriasisHealed
back was turned ; ergo the I
.n the 'case, so she had an alternative subsided then. Her
: : ,, later. It courage
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What shrewd of human
plan. a Judge
when there
'i/ mounted was an
:: turn his back I IFor always by Cuticura"My
:.: nature that girl IsL She knew she Immediate situation to face. "Nance

-. ''." a month Nance gave her thoughts could ,work on me, and oh, what a fool Belden's friend" she decided instantly.TO .

over entirely to this problem. I was to permit It I Why.. I'm as law- BE CONTINUED little girl's face was so .inflamed -
' ,/ Lanny came into Doctor Burt's office Jli'jI1jfl/ I that her eyes were swollen

and laid a letter on his desk. It was almost shut. The trouble was diag-

dated from San Quentin, on the cheap Fourteen Fines for Farmer Because of nosed as psoriasis. She scratched

'. ::. '._, prison stationery and read : night and day and was not able tc

Fourteen Cows Straying the Highway obtain rest. The scratching aggravated
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", ': "I can receive visitors next Sunday t o / rrr Repetition of oath fourteen times' man. Again the constable took the tip was red and swollen with infec-

,Won't please and visit stz tion. She became so emaciated that
: you come over
.1 I was owing to.the absenceof oath-"And you found a similar cow In
necessary
,'. : ,,:(', me? I'm so lonely, and you were so summoned for similar circumstances?" asked the she was very pathetic looking.
A', r. .,, ...1. kind a farmer; who was "After three months' suffering 1 ,
: : to me when I visited Doctor Burt'soffice. "
"Fined 5s. stated the chair
allowing fourteen cows to stray at clerk. recalled the Cuticura treatment used
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never forgotten and I
{ :' :; you Kenton, says the Montreal Herald Asa man. And with a sergeant keeping a by my mother. I bought a cake of J

,.'-Ji ,:', '' f.* never shall. Sincerely, Instantly Her Guest Opened it and result t the constable had' t'o repeat careful check on the constable's oath Cuticura Soap and a.box of Cuticura

;, I. ':,; :tJ i "Nance Belden, Abstracted the Letter. the oath fourteen limes In court at taking the evidence was repeated four Ointment and used them according I

" '' "PJr rI;", "No. 43231. Wealdstone. The police had Issued a teen times to directions. The first treatment i
f' ", '" envelope from her bosom unlockedLanny's brought relief and she is now
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to
"Just think, Stevie," Lanny declared hand-bag and thrust the 'envelope summons In respect cow, healed." (Signed) Mrs. Marie I'. John
p :as the defendant: did not appeal It Color:'of the Black Sea
t,5 .- proudly. "She hasn't forgotten me, the In. She beamed: proudly "upon son, 4720 Ames Are., Omaha, Neb.,
.1 ': poor dear. Lanny. was Impossible to take all the cases The waters of the Jack sea, of great March 14, 1034.
together. The clerk ruled that the to the Soviet and 50c. I
.. : 1 suppose you'll go over." cI staged that ruckus," she con Importance republics of Soap 2oc. Ointment 25c
4.:: "Indeed 1 shall. It would be terrible fessed. "We have to play the game constable should take the oath fourteen Russia are not black, notes G. II. Turner Talcum 25c. Sold Everywhere. One i i
-r- times and tell all he knew about each Kansas Times. each free. Address: "Cut
1 If 1 didn't. You'll send her something, with each other here you know and in the City Never- sample
R Malden,
"j won't you. Stevie? I think that might two lifers obliged me. Good behavior cow. The officer had read the oath card, theless, there Is ample Justification for cura Laboratories" Dept. ,

..di please her. I think she'd appreciate a doesn't mean time off for them, you six or seven times when the clerk Intervened the name. It is visited In summer by i Mass. -Adv. (
.' with "Just one moment. One violent storms that churn the water I
portable phonograph and
a couple of know-and a hair-pulling match Isn t
dozen re,:ords. I understand model taken too seriously here. Oh. by the oath per cow, 'please." into an inky mass, und In winter there OLD AGE PENSION INFORMATIONENCLOSE ';

,. prisoners are permitted such 'lux way, what's your address mean your After again taking the oath, the con drift over It heavy fogs that obscurethe LEHMAN, HCMBOZJDT STAMP KM &
;, r uries." home address and telephone number?" stable described finding one cow .on the sunlight and !end 'a dark aspect tj JUDGE I

Stephen smiled. "Well, (I'll stand for "It's In the telephone book," Lannj highway. "Fined $"s.," stated the chair- its surface.




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The Clewiston News (N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:.:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:Na for one term. However, he won't ob- tain a system that permits an ob- kick out of hearing Carl's speeches

ject to receiving a little assistance scure Justice of the Peace to make than any other candidate's. His

Published every Friday In Clewiston, RAMBLINGS.' from friends who might wish to con- more money than a Supreme Court hardest task will be to get 'em to

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS tribute to his campaign. He has seta judge or Clerk of Court to knock realize that he is serious. But this

Inc. limit of $25 on such donationsand down more jack than we pay our time he claims he's not foolin' and
.:N:N:N M:N N M:N N:N:N:..H:N:N:N:MIN:N:N:N:N N:N:N) states he won't accept a cent Governor. .
is in the race to win. '
FCeathley Bowden, Editor more from any; one person. Then if This candidate says he'll probablyhave
See how the
undergrowth along he is elected and they try to put a a lot of applications for the
the Ridge has been cleaned up. It) finger on him as their man, he will job of Chairman of the State Road
Entered as second class mail mat- will be a lovely place when the fol- A' new armory to cost' $56,000Is
return their $25 to them and
get but hints that
Department under his
1 1927 at the Post
ter February ,
iage recovers from the ,December reported at Tallahassee.
.
a quit-claim to himself.He
administration this particular
I post
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under freeze. And the levee makes a most
admits that he's won't be so important since the
frankly nota
the Act of March 3, 1897. imposing background.Since .
politician, points out that he has Road Department won't have so

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year frozen they weeds present and tall fire-hazards grasses were never held any kind of public of- much to halt do. He buildin'thinks it is time to .............................................................................................
call .
Advertising rates on application. on fice, in fact, although a Floridian a on roads that ...
vacant lots and the city has a crew for many years, he has never even don't go anywhere but get there I
Devoted to the advancement and of men working steadily to burn off been to Tallahassee.As quicker. He points out one instance -.., I

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry all such property without endangering for a platform, Carl states he where $100,000 was spent on a 40-
County. trees and shrubs and the neigh- hasn't any. Furthermore he doesn't mile stretch in order to save four GodFarm i

r-- boring houses. expect to make any promises. He is minutes running time.

Bill Owen supervised the burningof rated as one of the most brilliant Folks will probably get a bigger
The 1935 cars don't fail to make the rough at the ,golf course a after-dinner speakers in the state Land /

the 1933 and 34 models look like few days ago. He had the right idea and Is known far and wide *:as, ,a I

oldtimers.It -surrounding the fire with negroes humorist and class "A" entertainerbut I
armed with brush-and just beforea he claims he has never made a for Rent.I

won't be ''hard at the close of good rain. It's.a. bit slower than political speech in his life.' ", "
the harunr-scarum method but the New Body ShopNow
this year to pick out the most famous While Carl has no platform, he
trees and :other valuable
plants are .
does have few lldeas about
a persona
trial, the most famous pris-
not
injured. what might be done to improve con- ,Open in Belle Glade .........
..
oner, the most famous witness, the Have you wondered why an occasional ditions in the state. First off he says

most famous child nurse and the i Australian pine came he's in favor of a sales tax, believing -
most famous ladder. I through undamaged and the rest of that it is the most equitableand Located to the rear of the I II I
them were brown and sere after the just form of taxation.He Postal ,Telegraph Bliildlng.: i

Henry Ford says this Is going to cold? The answer is, a different va is against the fee system be- Trespassers

be a good year for business. Opti- riety. When a few of the original cause he thinks it is wrong to mainEVERGLADES Operated by Rae Jones and Will Be :

mism will help everything along trees died, the trees which came on Andy Kegel, formerly with the .

and his Henry predictions.Ford isn't often wrongin .., a second slightly order different replace and to them hardier are va of 00:":,,:,,:,,:,,:,:,,:":.':":":'":":":'::":H-. .':" :":":" :": Pioneer Servico I Station. \ ProsecutedThe I III II

riety. WRECKS COMPLETELY I
+ ;s i
The Christmas holidays broughtout Clewisfon Is a very active-looking REBUILTGlass
some new pictures of the quin- town these days, speaking from a :| FUNERAL :.z|: ,
tuplets, whom you must admit wouldbe real estate point of view. Every Installed, Cars Repainted -
awfully cute if there weren't tract of land' in the city limits large |! HOME |: Upholstering, Seat Co\ers.
quite so many of them. enough for farming is planted In !I Fenders Straightened, WoodWork v ?1'n
beans, peas and other produce. \ ? .
The best single feature of a Flor- There's very little "idle land". If :X;: Licensed Funeral Directors :X:

- ida newspaper today, in our humble only the truckers can hit a good :X;: and Embalmers :X: OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED
opinion, is the series of cartoons market with a good crop, prosperity 4* vX ClewistonCompaQY
which George White turns out for will be very nearly assured. :: Ambulance Service :X:
the front page of the Tampa Trib- And Clewiston is fortunate to h f
Jones &
une. have two of the towns eligibles still :.s.: Kegel
$; CLEWISTOX, PHONE 328 $
with us. Prof Stanley and Sidney Belle Glade, Florida
;
A school of whales was sighted Crochet both staged narrow escapes :$: PAHOKEE, PHONE 2301 ;X: .

i about 3 miles off the Palm Beach from automobile accidents during .........................................................................................,
shore last week by W. T.. Anderson, the; holidays. 1:N--:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N N:M:N N:..:N:N:..N:N:. .y i t

returning from a fishing trip. Mr. Professor Stanley with two brothers !

Anderson says there were 10 or 12 was riding in a Crysler sedan, ,
whales in the school, the first to when the car veered to the' soft --

is be seen in that vicinity in 10 years. shoulder ,-of the Virginia highway
and kept on sliding and turning over

,' : ." Senator Fletcher celebrated his until it landed upside down with ,
,' 76th birthday Sunday The Senator, the three Stanleys underneath. Some :
,: has completed 27 years in the U. S. expert crawling brought them out Comparison of Statements of the Financial Condition

1' : Senate, a record'surpassed by only) with only minor injuries, the professor I
]: one man, Senator Borah of Idaho, receiving enough bruises to I:
i;", who has served since 1907. Senator lay him up for four days. The car of FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON,
':' Fletcher and Senator Smith of South was a total wreck.

':, Carolina began their first terms ink Sidney Crochet's accident occurred :
;: 1909. on the highway between Paho- Clewiston, Florida, as of January 1 1934 -

kee and Belle Glade, a favorite spot I
The West Coast Association for accidents, It seems. He ran into
and 1 1935 i
some heavy timbers protruding froma January
legislature ,. '_ <
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large truck ahead of him on the ,". ..
support of the schools. At any rate' road. Even by applying the brakes : '\......
the state ought to provide amply: full force when he saw the truck I
enough to make both ends of an infinitive contained these timbers that stuck RESOURCES 1934 : 1935 ;

e;5: '. 'meet.-Fort Myers News- out behind it for several feet, he was
: Press. unable to stop the car before the

impact. The heavy timbers went Loans & Discounts $ 14,544.73 $ 23,133.31
1935 tags are scheduled to hang completely through the windshieldof
United States Bonds 68,900.00 68,900.00
the of automobile .
on rear every on the coupe, but fortunately Mr. .

the highway by January 15th, or Crochet was alone at the time and Municipal Bonds .' 20,000.00 20,000.00 '
else-Hendry county's accomodating timber went to the right side of :
rs,: tax collector is making it convent- the car. County Scho.bl: ol. .

ent for Clewiston owners to purchase Happy landing to all accidents in Warrants . . 7,700.00 "'':- .' 4,716.69 .
their license plates. All that's nec- 1935, is a good New Year wish. '-: :' .
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House Furniture
essary now is to gather the money Banking,
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and that must be done '
together,
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sometime, so why not now? .iJ.. :
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;, TOO LATE TO :;: Estate '. . . 7,659.10 7,659.10Cash
: There is no truer guide to the .. .:. on Hand and Due .t
r : economic affairs of a section than ; '
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6;;,:..c'::". the condition of its banks. The y from,, Banks . 45,820.91 124,681.27
r: statement of the condition of the :: ;
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First Bank of Clewiston on Janu- 't. '.:. TOTAL. . $172,101.08 $255,819.09
,.:, ary 1st, 1935, as compared with that ':' BY .i' ','- ,
of January 1st, 1934 presents to ., I ,', ,
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the even most confirmed pessimista KAY ;;. t :
true record of the economic progress .:. .'.
LIABILITIES 1934 : 1935
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of Clewiston and vicinity. Dur- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. bft..
ing the year 1934 the deposits of t ...
y this bank increased $80,649.41, or In spite of the fact that Dave
from $130,052.78 to 210702.19, I keeps tellin' us what a heck of a Capital Stock . :$ 15,000.00 $ 15000.00

a gain of>, 62 percent. tough job a governor has, how many Surplus . . 20,000.00 20,000.00
The First Bank of Clewiston is trying problems he faces, and whata .
Undivided Profits : 5,001.78 5,001.78
r' and has always been a safe depository thankless task it is, the woods are .

;; : : a sound financial institution.It full of guys bursting with ambition Contingent Reserve 1,592.85 4,938.26Cashier's
; It is a credit to its directors and to.'step into his shoes.
officers and they are to be congratulated The way it looks now, we're gonna Checks . 453.67 176.86

upon their wise and care- have a record breakin' crop of gubernatorial Deposits . . . 130,052.78 : '. 210,702.19
: .. ' ful 'management and upon the candidates. If we could .
'i.- growth of the Bank. just plow under about half of 'emit TOTAL
. $172,101.08 $255,819.09The
The bank is also a credit to the would be fine but unfortunatelythat's

territory which it serves and that one crop there doesn't seem
,Q,; territory is likewise due for congra- to be any control for.
'' tulations. However sound and stable While a lot of birds are makin' a
nti. a bank might be, it cannot grow kind of "off the record" race for above statement shows not only the healthy condition ot this

and increase its deposits unless the governor right now. but hesitate to

territory which it serves is growing I openly admit it, one chap jumped bank, ,but the soundness of Clewiston and surrounding territory.
: and prospering. When depositors of the gun and broke out with an offi-
, any bank increase 62 percent during I cal announcement last week. J, ''
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" a .twelve month period it is a mat- H. Carl Dann of Orlando says that We Invite Your Business. .'
ter of congratulation both to the: none, of his friends have urged him
personnel of the bank and to the to run but he has checked over the f

,_ ;residents and businesses of the territory gubernatorial timber ,and can't fig- ;i
, ure out where any of 'em have a
; I thing on him, so he's decided to run First: Bank of Clewiston .

,- Mr. and Mrs. R. A. ,Shaw of Nat- himself and may the best man win.
chez, Mississippi, are visiting friends;: Carl has managed to do pretty
:',' here ,for a few days. Mr.' Shaw was I well for himself in the real estate Florida
Clewiston
YI one of the contractors on the state business. He probably took it on the ,
k., highway job through Clewiston two i well known chin when the bubble
F\' years ago. burst but he managed to unload a \
k lot of stuff and turn the profits into
Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw was a visitor bonds. He claims he has enough

in West Palm Beach Saturday. i money to run for governor and serve 1 l' -



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FRIDAY JANUARY 11 1935 THE CLEWISTON NEWS '
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'.. l' and Dry Dock Company Department D C., and Mount Vernon. It
dredge
IVelatka carries
: :;: has been left in place to be used .'
: ; :: Personal. Mention and made quite an enviable record which is in drydock in the Merrill- an operating crew of 110 men.-Mi-
in case of This
is
in this school. He was captain of Stevens boatyards here for ?15O000 ,-|I ami Daily News.Latham emergency. pump i

2' ".'. ...........................................................,.........................................:. the football team and was awarded worth of renewals and repairs.!!i powered by a Caterpillar Diesal-50
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:Mr. and :MrV.. F. Simpson were the trophy given annually for the More than 150 men, exclusive of tractor.

.... \y..' :;. '. business visitors ,in: West Palm most sportsmanlike student. Mr. and the dredge's crew are at work on Driving
.\': Mrs. Allen made a motor trip to various the project preparing to install a
Steel Sheet PilingMoore
points of interest in the state new 130-ton ladder, new haulinggear I
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.,;" :Miss Dorothy Lockhart visited particularly on the East Coast' during ; and a new motorizer. Dozens of
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',. friends in Belle Glade Tuesday. their visit here. minor renewals and repairs also will ( Raven Democrat)' I You Wreck 'Em

:.;' '.' be made before the dredge returns. .
The E. H. Latham Company con-
.'. Mr.' and Mrs. F. Deane Duff were IVLRS. rREWITT GIVES late this month to Lake Okeechobee, tractors on the hurricane gates and We Fix 'Em

: .. :.: visitors in Miami Monday. where it has been engaged in con- locks i
here
COCKTAIL PARTY SATURDAYMrs. I II on Wednesday began
I structing a section of levee on the driving steel sheet piling for the PAINTING BODY AND

r ';' Mrs. Helen Sanders of West. W. C. Prewitt entertained I west shore. I first cofferdam, inside which the FENDER. WORK j

;), ;:), .' Farm Beach visited :Mr. and Mrs. at the Clewiston Inn Saturday even A. M. Balfe, superintendent of first gate will be built. TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY !

.'"f ,,;';.. W. "M. Redelsheimer Sunday. ing with a cocktail party. The guests the Merrill-Stevens drydocks is in The Company is said to be about {

'.!f'f: included Lieutenant and Mrs. R direct charge of the work. The three weeks behind in the work be- Done by An Expert ;

.;',. ;;-: J. H. Peeples of Citrus Center was Selee Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli' dredge now anchored In the Miami cause of the difficulty in pumpingthe
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.,:: .}: business. visitor in Clewiston Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Percy Mr. and river west of the N. W. 12th ave. excavation dry. Several type Courteous Service

.;: ; Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. Mr.- and MrsF. bridge, where preliminary repairsare pumps have been used without sue Work Guaranteed. f

'" : D. Duff Mr. and Mrs. W. M being made will be hauled up cess and last Saturday a big Couch'' Prices Reasonable. {

/ '. Mrs. M. M. Achard of Fort Myers Hedelsheimer, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. the marine railway into drydock pump was installed, driven by a 150h. i
'
: this week visiting her daugh
: is here Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bes i Thursday. p. Caterpillar engine which is_

.'> '' : ter,Mrs.: Albert Hill. tor Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- The Welatka, commanded by I keeping the water down satisfactor- PIONEERService

':, .:.,.:, Dr. and Mrs. D. Jenkins Williams berg, Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Hill. Mr. Capt. F. D. King, is said to be the l Station. i.
and Mrs. W. C. Owen Mrs. C. R. largest dredge operating In United
Wed 1Zgi IDf g1 3:194i4 II17ts13l19fl79II6rCA j
; visited friends in Fort Myers BELLE GLADE PHONE 10Wrecker
Dale Clark of inland
Byrd Mr. and Mrs States waterways. It weighs
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\ nesday. Miami and J. J. Harrington. 1,400 tons draws eight' and one- DEEP ROCK WATER Service at All Hours II I II a I

:. half feet of water, has an. overall I i I
R. E. Kurtz and F. 'L: Williamson i
.. ; business visitors MRS. POOLE ENTERTAINS length of 213 feet and a beam of Five Gallons; 25c
were
of Fort Myers
WITH; AFTERNOON BiRIDGE 41 feet. The main motor 'generates
in Clewiston Thursday. 1,550 horse power. Delivered in Clewiston Tuesdays ant

Mrs. G. C. Poole entertained with The Welatka was built in 1926 Friday Leave order at R & I* store.
returned ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
Miss Margaret Page has an afternoon bridge party on Friday. for maintenance use in the St. Johns Your business appreciated. REQUEST
home in Fort Myers after a
to her Mrs. Leslie Miller received a dainty river near Jacksonville but from G. P. Barrow I I'
with friends in Clewiston.Mrs. ,
r :'-:::;" visit make-up mirror for high score 1929 to 1931 it was employed In con- C. E. STEBELBleclrical

prize, Mrs. H. R. Hall was consoled structing the fill for the govern Bamaaa I ag mardmacaaixr n >a "D;
( Benbow and child '
Clarence
"a linen guest towel and
with lovely Contracting
'. of Moore Haven visited Mr: and I
: : .. ren Mrs. C. W. McDonald received .the j
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/ :". Mrs.: Dsan King here Tuesday. [ cut prize an oven serve bowl. .:......,.................................................................................................1 r PHONE 2121 1
\! salad course with hot y CLEWISTON WOOD
Dr. J. W. Ezelle returned Satur- A delightful PAHOKEE, FLORIDA ':

day 'from a business visit in West biscuit cakes and coffee was served :;: New and Used :;:

Beach. to 'Mrs. W. F. Simpson Mrs. I. M.Pafford 5' Agent for
Talm "YARD
Mrs. C. F. Trainor Mrs. :!: FURNITUREBELLE I I1 GENERAL ELECTRIC'REFRIGERATORS

; .: Ed'Ward Richard Bestor and Van G. B. McFadden. Mrs. B. A. Allen .. .0.

Bush left Sunday for the University Mrs. James Bruce, Mrs. F. 'R. Max- f ,f Phone 336 RANGES AND ;,
,; 'I APPLIANCESCOMPLETE
R. y
well. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle.J11rs. H. y _
in Gainesville.
of Florida
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i.:,':.' ,:: 5'.:, ,,_ spent Miss the Frances week-end Morgan here of with Pahokee her W.MRS.McDonald SCHAHN ERG ENTERTAINS 2:I: FURNITURE COMPANY :: .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..: ..> :
Mrs. A. L. Morgan
: Mr. and :< y
parents
.. ,, ,..' AVITH AFTERNOON TEA FRIDAYMrs. :$i: Belle Glade Florida ::
J. :
) ..': Jim Rumbley has returned from x y j Sugarand I
> .. H. J.B. Scharnberg entertained Ij
his Christmas vacation, which' he tea Friday :!* Next Door To Theatre :;: s
delightful
spent visiting several points in Geor- with a y y + j
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gia and Alabama. afternoon at her home on the Ridge. .:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. .j
" Callers during the afternoon were Service Station
Mrs. Bennie Ryan ::;:: :!: :1:1.i. i
Mrs. H. J.Oglesby has returned Mrs. J. P. Percy .. .:. '
Mrs. H. A. Bestor Mrs. R. Y., Patterson
to the Fort Pierce hospital for fur- y _.
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W. C.
Mrs. F. Deane Duff Mrs. Watches Clocks :
ther treatment, and a probable second Jewelry
Owen Mrs. 'w. C. Prewitt Mrs. C. L. '

',' .. operation. Downs, Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer Rear or \ Safles Service
Clewiston Druj .
Company
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,.;"f.. w';0. Mr.. and Mrs. Clyde Egley spent Mrs. Richardson 'Selee' Mrs. G.. B. Jewelry Repairing

': the week-end in Lake Worth with Thomas Mrs. R. A. Ballard Mrs. ._. I
,:.._ ;. E. C. Mills Mrs.
Mrs.
M. W. Bigg
Mr. and Mrs.
' Mrs. Egley's parents W. H. MERRITT

.1 ,, 4 "" .-L.. .J.-- -I>ape.-;- .... .' -- V.E. L.Watson Stewart and, Mrs.Mrs.F.Fred Meluh(Hill.MRS. Mrs.. T. WATCHMAKER &JEWELER :;: AUTO REPAIR SERVICEGreasing ::
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; Prince is spending sev-
:., eral Miss days Hazel in Okeechobee where she EZELLE HOSTESS AT P. O1.' Box 521 .;. -:- Washing -:- PolishingA ,;.' i

called by the illness and death BRIDGE FOR VISITORSMrs. :: :: !
was De-
trial will convince you that. our Repair ;
Mrs. J. M. Prince.
of her mother /
ciw\} "_. J. W. Ezelle Clewiston entertained Inn J. M. COUSE : ::::: partment is among the best. : :!: !

:,' Sergeant and Mrs. R. E. Townsend charmingly at the ... ... '

__ of Baltimore were recent guests of Wednesday afternoon in honor ofher Counselor and Attorney at Law :: Glenn Etherton Prop. :!: ;
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their nephew and neice Mr. and Mrs. guest Mrs. H. H. Menzies, ... ... I

.' .' .:' Harry Turner. Hick ry. North Carolina. Inlay Hopkins Building Sugarland Highway Clewiston ::. t ti

:;, Five tables of contract were Wednesdays: and Saturdays

and Mrs. Gayle McFadden receiving 9:30 to 4:00 . . . . . . . .
Digges . . . . .
W.
; Mr. and Mrs. E. I
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Palm high score prize, a
children were visitors in West .- _. I
\ Second prize, a wall mirror :
box.
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1 .}t. ..:.-,..: (. Beach Saturday Mrs. Digges attending awarded to Mrs. Tom Shelley ,
Beach
was
t ,.. 1;.'. a meeting of the Palm '
I, '. / chapter of D. A. R. Mrs. M. E. Yenawine received a : i .i1:: :
l... :r.' creamer and sugar bowl as low :: .. !
I t .. p the \
1 of bath salts was .
Miss Betty Spicer returned to Miami prize, and a jar .s. .'.. ..s'." '
j r ; Sunday to resume her studiesin cut prize, won by Mrs. W. M. Redel- s ..

spending'a business the college holidays there with after Mrs. sheimer.pair of flower Mrs. Menzies pictures was as,given honor a ::1: I Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :i:

guest; prize. Identical guest prizes ::: + .:s: ..
t Leah Spicer. .' s .:.
of novel flower pots were presentedby .! ..s.. ,: ..s.. ...
Oscar Hill and son; hostess to Mrs. Bennie Ryanof :". :
the
Mr. and Mpv.
:s: + .s. ::: .
"- f"'F'ort Myers, and their St. Paul and to Mrs. R. A. 'Bal .:.
.. ..,. .. Oscar, jr, .t. .s. ::: ... I
Euless and Ernest Meadows lard, another visitor. .s. .s. s
guests .:s: .:. "
of Manchester, Tennessee visited in Other guests were Miss Mae Drew, + ..s.. .:.s. .:.

,_ .,,A''.: .t% ,' .Clewiston Sunday. Mrs. Dave Alston Mrs. H. J. B. yYyy.s. K x 1 ,., .31

Grover Poole, Mrs. ..
Scharnbeig, Mrs. .s. :

Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Menzies and W. C. Owen Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. ..s.. ...s... :s: .:...

son, Hardinge of Hickory North I. M., Pafford, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. !+.!. :!: ; r I'.::1: :.
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Carolina are spending a few days in Mrs. C. .L. Downs, Mrs. F. D. Duff, ::: .;. ::i: :::

.. '4 t'-"" /:': Clewiston visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. Mrs.. W., C. Prewitt, Mrs., F. .s. .s. .:. ..:...
.s. :
Ys I.
. u ; : W. Ezelle. Wright and Mrs. G. B. Thomas. U.I .s. .s. :::: .:. ,;
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: Heffer of CHURCH i :s: I .:. :i:
: :" Mr. and Mrs. R. H. THE ::
:;' : .,. York, will arrive today COMMUNITY .: .;. i:i: ..:.
New .
', ,,: Rochester .. .. .:. ..
\,.':' ..: .1.1 for a visit with their nephew Sunday, January 13 1935: .;. .s. .s. .:.

: : and niece Mr. and Mrs. M. P. peter- Rev. D. Jenkins Williams, Minister .s... .s. .s. ..i..
j-. .'''.:'; f.; .:.. ..s.. .s..s. ..s.y .
'. ( : son.
-.' Af
If; '> ... .s. .s. ..
.' r.t<.j ', Miss Louise Moore left Friday 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Classesfor Ay A +
:, ;. : ..' ;,
} s: .. .', for Jacksonville to, resume her studies all ages. .s. .:.
"SO .s.
s' .:, : .' in a Jacksonville business 10:45 a. m. Junior Church (15 minutes yy 'A. .s..s.. !I
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school after spending several weeks service)i' .s. .s. s ..s.I .
with Mrs. J. W. The Pioneers Miss Lock- ''s.. .s. I :s: .s.
.. ;; here her mother 6:30 p. m. I : .s. .t. .:. I
; !,;' Moore. r hart, Supt. : 's. .s.y A !
i," of the Lord's
: 7:30 p. m. Sacrament y '

;. 'y Mrs. T. F. Williams of West Palm Supper.On yy : Ayy ?
..
Beach '!;pent several days here recently Sunday evening January 13 ': .1. i .A.

',:;;:' ',. Avith her daughter Mrs. E. B. the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper yy fx

'" (, ; Bennett and her granddaughters, will be celebrated at the Community ; A
i.--:. I and Miss Bon- Church. Public reception of new fN r
'.7;. Mrs. W. C. Hooker J ? ea > rM
..,; ;;.!; '.: < cell 'Stone. members will also form a part of A A i I

.f;,) :: 1 ';.-., ; this service. Dr., Williams extendsan x s : i is I
.c'' M. E. Yenawine had invitation to all Christians of the yy ..
r : ;i-, Mr. and Mrs. :: .:. ;
:s:
V r ,, h ;t. as their guests several days last Protestant faith and of every evan- The' Balance Like] Kent :.:
who desire, Pay :
', '. ..\ week Mr. Yenawine's mother and gelical denomination so X.
.s.
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: ;:.<; rig Viola Yenawine of Jacksonville and this Communion Service. :i: :;: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES : ::.:

),. .1'i,;.: ., Mrs. A. G. Powell of Miami. :!: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :;: *
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:... their Mr.holiday and Mis.guests C. M.their Allen son had,. John as Welatka Undergoing. at M..Iepalrs rl_ Clewiston Home Building Association if I [ I Ii

Allen and his bride of Newport News I

Virginia. Mrs. Allen is the former :i: :: PHONE 102 ':: y
!" .. 'Miss Frances Monfalcone of Newport Work on the largest boat over- _

:k' ; News John has recently completed hauling job in Miami history has '1I

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Just SMARTNESS HERE,

OUR COMIC SECTIONTHE .

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FEATHERHEADS 0 JtSSsr"Letter" Ride

WELL-HERE'S AN ARTICLE fll
YOU'RE INTERESTEDIN : THAT You OUGHT To BE 1 .

SCIENCEAREMTmprr HlJHiJMHUH? Ip4T RESTED tM- ABOUT,

IbU, FELIX Q.! IIrIrnhiiTlTnl VITAMINS' / -
jnHdH ? OH ]

!I 'lES- KEEPING HER STAMPSThe

rh yl i'f/r'.i li
mother of LillHn, five years old. / r rr/; ;{ /
\ a I gave her a dime to buy a'special delivery [+ly; wr r A 4af <
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stamp at the corner drug store. ,..,.rysz f }%,
c Lillian repeated the instructions letter-
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\ 1 I perfect and promised not to lag on the

1 1 \ way.In due time Lillian returned, happy. nr z{%V;

I "Get the stamp?" asked her mother.
"Yes. A Iv'r
special delivery one.
1 "Where is it?" lM1 $
1
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on my book to keep it from blowing S,3 r.f. pf:. .;..,.;
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NOT PAYlM
BIT / NUN 2 WHAT ARE"vJELLWI1 t
THE LEAST SCIENTISTS ::,/// / ::::1 :;::::;

OF AT-TEMTI0N To DID YOLI WORt
MEI. I SAIDsAY, ?. DISCOVERY OF CoMPLETE .:...,x .. '

,THREE MORE SHE ALPHABET ,1

\lJ"rAMINS .
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"Then you believe in early mat
rlages
"Yes. How can a man be' any girl's Buttons emphasize every smart detail
tLL Meal after he gets fat and bald?" of this unusual dress' with sucl.; '
3 slender lines. See the way; they fol
Quite Correct low the surplice from the right shoul
half the way up the forearm of thE
gled out little Bobby to answer a ques-
tion. sleeve. Tiny vertical tucks are used

I FINNEY OF THE FORCE *,w:!SsSL! The "Write" Track "What Bobby looked happened'thoughtful.In '1504?" he asked. giving to mold extra the waistline ease to at the the bodice.back

Then, too, stitched seaming down the .
"Shakespeare was born, he replied '
.' f' ooIEr! WHY PO H WHUT PO Yez.KMOWBOUT NO-BUT I OOH !rARE:. after a while. Inches front of from the skirt the hips.seems The to take irregular away t

:, -rHeY SSfORIEIk COULD, AND I'M I Yez REALLY? "Correct. What happened in 1570?" neckline is softened by a most be
teacher asked.
Ik jSlJTul PIP Yez IVER- DO coming scarf. This design would be
GONER ITS .
:
/ After
.SISL 5//? a long pause' Bobby replied :
WRITE WaN YER-
cliarming: in black satin with a scarf
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'c.S..ORles. "Shakespeare;: was ixears old.:-
SELF ? -L : of the queerly named, but very lovely -
stray :Stories:: Magazine.Joyous .
dirty pink color, or metal cloth.
Pattern 917G may be ordered only _
-
Platitude In. sizes 14, 1C, 18, 20, 32, 34, 30, 38,
"Have you prepared a speech for 40 and 42. Size 1C requires 3%
the assemblage of tile congress?" .I I yards 39 inch fabric and J/& yard contra -
"1 have," answered Senator !:ti ng. .
( ghum. "I shall thrill fhe hearts of sor-I Complete, diagrammed sew chart ,

L people and appeal with an utterance Included. .'-.;! ,
that will conciliate all shades of opinion I Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins

I \ IYll ." or stamps (coins preferred) for this
I "Do you object to giving an outlineof t pattern. Be sure to write plainly
your remarks?" your NAME,, ADDRESS, the STYLE
l'i
"Not at all. I shall simply say, KP?mEn and SIZE.
Happy New Year.' Send your order to Sewing Circh-

Pattern Department, 232 West Eight:
Operation Successful eenth Street, New York, N. Y.

"You say your son was cured of his
J AN' WHUT WOULD I'VE GoT wildness by an operation?" asked' the
soP COURTEOUS REBUKEA
i THAT WHY
i i TH' SIZE o'Vez MATeRIALEVERY' I is great surgeon.
/ AWRrtIP' 7 TIME.:. !l([ Yez MUST HAVE NEAR "Yes, that's what I bald: ," replied the
BE disgruntled shareholder rose
pAGE PULL NOVA wealthy man."That's .
A BE
Ger A.tPEAR from his seat at a company meetingand
;: interesting; what, was the
shook an angry finger at the
"
f--"' / 14RIE IT SOWN .operation? demanded the surgeon. chairman.
: "I cut off his allowance and madehint
I IN A LITTLE BooK "Sir," he said fiercely, "I regardyou
f go to work, said the wealthy man.
as a liar and a scoundrel and
SEEN :OU.1' IT'YeAR.S .
"
the biggest rascal unhung.
FER Ten to The chairman looked at him scorn

: J Bill, the foreman on the P. W. A, fully. "Sir," he said with dignity,
I. relief job, was notorious for his nastiness "you forget yourself."-Vancouver
One of the chaps asked him the Province.
ii, time one dayForemanTen

r(: hhr to. His Dream Girl
. Workman-Ten to, what? "It's tough to be goofy. There's

i(' Foreman-Tend.. ro your bllnkin1 only been one girl who ever really, '
t... work. cured for me." ?. y_
"Who was she?"
r.i.i. TIME TOO SHORT "The nurse I had when I was sick."
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MAYBE NOT In Plain English l NO CHANCE il
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Pastor Jones-Brethren, we mus' do l
somethin' to remedy de status quo. ol, p p
Deacoo-Brother Jones, what am de
status quo? 4\
Pastor-Dat,' brother, am Latin for \ \\
de mess we's Northwestern Jeweler. o
JoO
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a: fpl Brown-Do you Impossible know I'm losing my I i
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memory! It's worrying me to death.

Jones (sympathetically) Never "I hear that you have been laid up "Flora Is engaged."
Hubby-Everything went wrong at mind, old man. Forget all about It.Pearson's .- with nervous prostration. What's the "Did she tell you all about it?"
the office toda, .
? Weekly. cause, overwork?" *" "Mercy, no, 1 only spent the afternoon
Wifey-Why, didn't
your stenog. "Both. tried have "
I to a photographtaken with her.
show ?
up EASY PICKING that suited my wife"
I
Home-Grown Contention"Do
The SportsmanBob It Was Hot Air you think Uncle Sam will ever :

"'! was unable, through Illness, to I "Is that airship finished yet?" queried again engage in a foreign war?" II I
go to work on pay day, so asked his, the high official. "No,"' answered Senator Sorghum. I
workmate, Mick, to get his wages and "No-o. not exactly," responded the "What's the use, of us eminent citizens I
1 bring them along to his house. Late other. getting into a foreign quarrel
that night Mick arrived at Bob's house, "How far with "
are you along It? when we can make things so Interest-
11":::';/ looking rather serious.: "Well we have tho air all ready."_ Ing fighting among ourselves?"
k "I've lost yer wages, Bob I" he said. Pathfinder Magazine. :

"Lost my wages," began Bob. Economy Move
But :Hickinterrupted him. 6oN err Up to Date
"Aye he blurted, "and 1 believe If : \BotiS Yokel-How do you like our town your Manager foot on What the desk are?you doing with
I had gone on playing I should have
Salesman-FIrst I
cemetery ever saw
Clerk-Economizing, sir. I've lost
lost my own-Answers Magazine. I "Come on fellers, the Hd'g off." with electric lights.
my eraser and I'm using my rubber
heel Instead.

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; I them or the lack of vitamin D. whlctf
;
Jt Body Needs Supply of SaltsWhen has the property of stimulating the ,

; i.:': deposit of these minerals In the

:" ,' bones may result In rickets mild or
1: acute. A mild form of rickets Is not

: \, Planning Meals It Must Be Remembered That uncommon among children while
: ; frL acute rii-kets attack undernourished
\h
.
: < Phosphorus, Working With Calcium, Pro- children, especially hose who are not
exposed to the sun. Children in famIlies

.'j ,,.I'', o vides the Material Required. of the low-lncume class was

''1 p: I have come from the tropics\ are more

tJ subject to this disease than are other

1 Phosphorus Is the one of the three us most liberally are milk, cheese. children in New YoiU.

; ik7 n o f e { dp minerals for which we must take eggs, vegetables, nuts, some of the Sometimes adults suffer from the

OJ Aye"w most thought when planning meals. fruits, and whole, cereals. All but results of milk rickets in childhoolThe

Phosphorus works: with calcium to the latter are sources of calcium to hones of a font for Instance,

supply the salt which make: the bones a greater or less extent Among sometimes break: clown in later life.

and teeth strong and sturdy. vegetables, navy' beans, carrots, len I As In the case of many other diet

These two minerals are so inter- tils and sweet potatoes are high. deficiencies effect of a less than adequate ,

twined that it is not only necessaryto Among fruits we find peaches, bananas supply of phosphorus as well
\ 'is
have a full quota of each, but to grapefruit, oranges, pineapple as of calcium and vitamin D do not

', have each 'in such a proportion thatIt prunes and berries at the head of the" always show at the moment. In child-

,1 1 balances the other. In the absenceof list hood the foundations of health are !

this the skeleton of the body may The quality of minerals In foods is built. :

: grow normal in size but not in not affected to any large extent by Bell Syndicate.WNU Service. !

s+ ri4 ,,... strength, and the consequence of this cooking, if the proper methods are \
n.Af
: C : l.. l*'? viv- a .q-4f; 'i:- '*v yy tR. Y + ;,,Y,VO.' T lack Is.,bowed. legs: and other bone used. One of the reasons for cook Week's Supply of Postum Free r
deformities. ing vegetables In very little water Is
'4 J. Read the offer made by the Postum
to the mineral I
preserve content
,1 Among the Big Trees in Sequoia National Park. Phosphorus is also a necessary which Company another. part of this paper -
maybe partly drawn out into I
the
contribution, to cell in
'1 every They will send a full week's supply 1 I
,1 Prepared by National Geographic Society.C'I begun. Fires followed the ordeal o. body, but is especially! important In the liquid. A small amount may be of health giving Postum free to
1
"' : Washington. D. C.-WNU Service. lost 'by the heating of milk during
ice. The abundant rains ceased, and the nerve cells. Perhaps this Is anyone who writes for It.-Adv.
r-HINK of an ant crawling on the pasteurization but the
rendered the for- amount. Is
long, dry summers what led to the ancient superstitionthat II
,,;' ', I ground through a vast cornfield, ests tinderllke, ready to .be ignited by phosphorus stimulated the brain negligible if the dail3 ration of milkIs
C'I : :. \ I looking fit the tall stalks. plentiful.A Will Cure Itself
up
; ,
: lightning or by brands tossed by In- It Is, however, a factor in the utilization -
:. To the ant the cornstalks: are dians to drive out game or clear land of food and in maintaining the shortage of cither calcium or Loneliness is its own cure-keep

as high as the California Big Trees phosphorus, balance between. it
,. r" for forage. neutrality of the blood stream. By a poor up long enough.
,1,',:'.1' are to a man gazing at their distant
.1' '' .. ,". There Is. scarcely a mature sequoia weight we need about twice as much
: :
i I tops.But that does not show, the effects 'of at phosphorus as calcium. Children I
it is their astounding age, as
V1 V fire. 20 30
least one Every or years need a large supply of both of these
.. .-.! 4, well]} as theIr size and beauty, which flames the forest some- f J
swept through minerals, of course, because of demand 0'0 t 'i 1 0''t
: iir ,4 fills the soul of with awe f
,. } puny man times licking hungrily, but with little upon food to build new struc
:! and reverence for the Creator. effect at the thick asbestos-like bark
; ture. A mother during the month
{ Big Trees, stout and healthy today, again, where -a litter of boughs and before the birth of the child, and r. s 'r
"l' centuries old when Christ was .j
were
., V fallen logs was piled up against a Big while she is nursing: him, will also 1 I 1
; ; born. Men call them "the oldest living wf
Tree, the fire burned fiercely enoughto
,
', ... need an extra supply. If this is not
indestructible are
things. So nearly
and Into
penetrate the outer cover
she show the effect of
supplied may
they that some 'naked, fire-scorched black
the heart. That Is why the great the lack the breaking down
j trunks still stand, though dead before al through
caverns in the living sequoias are
of her teeth. If for she
: any reason,
) America discovered others, which
was ; the side
most always found on upper
cannot take plenty of food rich in
V : fell centuries ago, remain sound and
V V of those standing on a slope.
these minerals. she take certain
may:
V solid Inside. Such vitality has the Se- "
VV White Men Slow to Find Them. salts
which are more or less effec-
quoia that when felled its branches I .' 1 1:45 P. IVi.

.:': do not wither for years. One giant No doubt the Coast Redwoods were tive.The I II

crashed In 192G. In 1931 its foliage seen by the first Europeans to visit our I foods which supply phosphor- i

Pacific coast. Yet for more than two
> f was still fresh and green.
I
.: : They link us with the past. Their centuries after the visit of Sir Francis 1
I
l 4
,-',J J:,:' Sequoia forebears grew here when the Drake, In 1579, white men roamed up

world when reptiles and down California apparently with-
was younger, grew
'." to enormous size. Such mammoths as out climbing far enough up the high To a Customer's Credit I

", \. the dinosaur, unable to adjust them- Sierras to find the Big Trees.

:"', selves to climatic and other changes, The Indians knew them, of course.In .

:; V faded from the earth ; but the Sequoia summer they camped among them < s < / ,
? f* iL >
'
:, and left in granite rocks >V SX-f* %. jfi .. ,v I ITO
,:::' family endured and saw the rise of potholes JACK-WE SCRIMPED AND

""..:.. the mammals. Yet today, when you where they ground acorn meal. SAVED TO BUY THIS STORE AWTELL HER THAT HOW ARE WE EVER GO JUG
OMTHAT
.- ';,. .:, : 1-< walk beneath these towering' tree giants Even now the identity of the, first ...AND NOW YOUR BRD LONG FACE'OF HERS GET THE MONEY TO WAIT CUSTOMER \
: feel that the deer and the white men t6 the Big Treesof THAT JUST CAME IN,
;.. ...rF you gaze on TEMPER IS DRIVING IS WHAT'S DRIVING : MEET THE LAST TWO
: V lit i set for Is in doubt. It may have INSTEAD OF BAWLING
V squirrel hardly into a scene the Sierras THE CUSTOMERS AWAY
CUSTOMERS AWAY PAYMENTS OtoJ OUR laM?
;, >,:.,.__the )brontosaurus!: and_ .the_jpterodactyl.Time'was been some member of the Joseph R. YOU Ollf, IT M NT
': .: .;. when the Sequoia genus Walker expedition of 1S33. One Zenas HELP : I iMR II
'
was spread over four continents. At Leonard, clerk 'f the Walker party, I

: least twelve fossil species are known, recorded :

,'. scattered from Greenland .and; across "In the last two days' traveling we : :1

i V Europe to Asia. have found some trees of the Red- LF :

1" 1 Big Trees and Redwoods Differ. wood species incredibly large, some of : \ ) V I!

:., : Some people confuse California's themvhich would measure from 10 to : FFEf

'f Redwoods with its so-called "Big IS, fathoms (90 to 10S feet) around the

; ,F' 'Trees." Both are 'big" and both are trunk at the height of a large man's I

:" ': ,' ,', of the genus Sequoia ; both have pink head from the ground."

or red wood and both are trees of the That group of Big Trees, now knownas

'.:., '_ largest size. But they are two species the Calaveras North Grove, was,
'(: 'ti.. '; distinct In habitat, in bark, foliage] however, the first of these sequoias to .

,:':',< and in reproduction. *: become well}] known. fI f
".;?,i' ff
;"" ,.': "/.::, The Coast Redwood, or Sequoia sem- John Bidwell, a member of the first f I

pervirens, is found only near the coast immigrant party to enter. California by ;
.. i
or within the belt of sea fogs, and extends the overland route, stated that he saw '+ SJACK'S '

:. V V from southern Oregon down to the Calaveras Big Trees In 1841 ; but L.M'S ,!
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j Monterey county, In California. Dowd is popularly given credit as the

i. The larger species the California discoverer of the Sequoia gigantea. It
'
Big Tree, or Sequoia gigantea, is 'confined GOT ME SO MV JIM USED :
was the Calaveras Grove which Inspired HEV-I ourcoFFee AND SWITCH Tp p CURSES/ JIM'S
V to the western slopes of the Sierra Bret Harte to write his WORRIED... HE HAS TO HAVE THOSE '
poem, DOM'T LIKE POSTUM...AND THE CHANGE WIFE KNOWS THAT j I
., Nevada, between 4,000 and 8,500 "On a Cone of the Big Trees." HEADACHES AND TROUBLES'BUT:
THEWaYTHIS
WONDERS IN HIM/J ALWAYS <
POSTUM
feet elevation, from Placer county, in In 1S57 Galen Clark discovered the INDI6ESTION..ANDCAN'T HE HAD COFFEECONVERSATiONS WORKED
:
the north, to Tulare county, in the SLEEP WELL! / : DRIVES ME AWAY
,., Mariposa, or Wawona, Grove( in whatis ; NERVES .., GOIN6/ GOODNESSTHAT'S AN
south and Is much abundant In
more the Yosemite National
now park.
IDEA.. I'LLSE6 THAT HE :'
the south than: In the north.
'"":( The following year Hale D. Tharp, a' !i

: < \f', _,,Ii", The Coast Redwood forms an'almost, pioneer of Three Rivers, in Tulare, STARTS ON POSTUM l
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continuous forest in which It is the county, wag led up the Middle Fork of TONIGHT JACK DOES 1

dominant stand ; the Big Trees'gr'ov the Kaweah river by Yokut, Indians, DRINK A LOT OF COFFEE.j 1f f

, In scattered groves, 71 In all, inter. and on up the grassy slopes beneath I

spersed among the heavier stands of Moro Rock to the plateau where grows

', ,li.o"\ white fir, slgar pine, and other trees. the noblest forest of the Sequoia gi !
2/
'\ l ';, ,Though smaller in diameter and
: gantea, the Giant Forest, in what Is :
bulk, the Coast Redwood Is taller than now Sequoia National park. ..
'''. J its cousin the Tree. The
.... Big former v.L
"General Sherman" the Biggest.
,i ,;' attains a maximum height of 3G3 feet \ f,4 / I
Here in Sequoia National
'7 and a maximum base diameter of park,
:' ,: stands that veteran of
: about 35 feet. hoary all Big /

Trees, the "General Sherman," found ,-J :- .
.
\. _,:'> .J When the Coast Redwood Is cut
: and named by James Wolverton in
'.. *\.*',: V down, It "stump-sprouts," as foresters ) II P S I1
1S79. Many other trees, Including Red-
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::.i .X.? say. 'A ring of young trees springs up \:
woods, Do las firs, and the Australian
.. ; :
': : : around the stump of the slaughtered
eucalyptus, are taller but no other, so
':?.f.;. ." sempervirens ; hence Its Latin'name. ;
far 1S one knows, has Its bulk. Its
the "Ever-living Sequoia.

,:.:: V But the Big Tree reproduces only greatest base diameter Is 36.5 feet and LATER MV, BUT JACK HAS I'LL TELL'10IJ A r' ." SN'T IT amazing how coffee i

,;i i-..' :. from seed; and, since Its seeds require its trunk contains 000,120 board feet "" '' ;::V .V": CHANGED. I'D RATHER SECRETSINCEHE 8l I can affect n man like Jack?"
of lumber. ;
. : ',:'.";- '; specially favorable conditions to root, I'M CCMJN6 OVER HAVE HIM WAIT ON : !: -J' "Why, no the caffein in .I
To save some of these trees, the SWITCHED TO :: : ,
'?: : '" there was real danger of the extinction I coffee affects lots of grownupsjust
,Sequoia National park was created In TO PAV01 THAT ME NOW'THAN AW 1 POSTUM HE'S
'
;;;); ?'; '" of the species until national and as it does all children. It can give 'em indiges-
1890 and OWE IM TOWN Ot
for .
I years patroled each summer LOANTODtyMR.6ARVEV. / FELT LIKE A "
",:.r:: : state parks were created. tion, upset their nerves and keep 'em awake.
by United ,States cavalry. BUSINESS NEW MM .
: : Survived Ice and Fire.
1'f, Private individuals, however, still HAS BEEN GREAT! : : I & If you suspect that coffee disagrees with you. .
"';, ;':. Ages before man came to chop these owned the finest parts of the sequoia ; try Postum for 30 days. Postum contains no caffein.It .

VT .. trees for his use, Ice and fire were' forests and, had, of course, a perfect ... is simply whole wheat and bran, roasted and

,;, 1': '", :,..:V their fierce foes. Again and again moving right to cut them down for lumber. To V J slightly sweetened.Easy to make,and costs less than

,-t, :/ ::. glaciers mowed them down-gl l.r avoid this, 'the late Stephen '1'. Mather, : < 1/2 cent a cup. It's a delicious drink, too..and may
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"'"? .. k ciere >ivhos Icy fingers stretched down' as director of the National Park service 1I ( prove of real value in helping your system throw off

" '1 :.c :intain canyons to freeze all animal l :: asked congress for funds with the ill effects of caffein. A product of General Foods. i

l'' i and plant life. Whether In warm and which to buy and a:
save of the
more of
first week's
,.' V': .., FREE' Let us send you your supply i
sheltered few
< spots. a trees
: remained, Big Trees. An appropriation was made. POSTUM..Free Simply mail the coupon. :
or whether only seeds survived, can but It was Insufficient I

...,: '.. probably never be known; but slowly Then aid was asked: of the National GENERAL FOODS, Battle Creek, Mich. W.N.U.a- e
;1! ;, cold hands relaxed Please tend me. without cost or obligation, a week'.upply -
the and the forests -' Geographicsociety.. Immediately, from of Postum. I
f ( returned. The fact that the Big, Its own funds r.nd with voluntary con L Name '
Trees are more abundant and larger tributions from I
Individual
i ; members It
':t. In the southern part of their range Indicates ,subscribed sufficient money to pur- I StreetCity I

:1 : ,that ''there the effects of the chase the lands and Big Trees desired.In LI _and State address._

) j N. :;., glacier were less severe all, the society bought and gaveto II T----f: Fill in This completely offer expires-print December name 31. 1935si
'i: : 'd With the passing of the ..., I
; : Age of Ice, the United States a total of 1,010 I .,,,

A \ the struggles of the sequoias had only acres at a cost of $90,330. I I


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EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1933-:

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Lee To Collect Taxes I,OF HENDRY, SS,.:' person, firm, association or corporation intoxicating liquors, wines or beer, I I and independent, and if any section ';. .;.
I, Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier of to engage in any of the businesses are hereby adopted as ordinances of i,or any part of a section shall be .:
New Source the above-named Bank, do solemnly or occupations named in Sec- the City of Clewiston the held
From
same as or declared unconstitutional, it
swear that the above statement is tion III of this Ordinance outside of
if
true to the best of my knowledge they were set forth verbatim herein shall not affect any other section or
business
the section of the City of
-- excepting that the penalties for
and belief, and that it is In responseto part of section
Clewiston as planned and zoned as violation a not so specifically
thereof shall
be in this
Tallahassee, Jan. 10, (FNS- as
official notice to report by the per general plan of Clewiston, according Ordinance prescribed. held and declared unconstitutional. ,
S'nkin: : what may be a milllon-dol- Comptroller of the State of Florida. I to the plat thereof recordedin SECTION X. This Ordinance r t

Idr blow at the alleged hole supposed ELBERT L. STEWART, Plat Book 2, pages 7 to 14 in- SECTION any of VIII.the provisions Any person of violating this- shall become effective Immediately ': r
Cashier. clusive, of the public records of upon its passage. 'f.,
to be created in' the tax assess- Ordinance shall
conviction in
frendry' County, Florida. upon Introduced and read in full Jan- ;:j;:;, '
ment rolls by; the homestead amendment Corr6ct-Attest: the mayor's court, be punished by a uary 7th, 1935. ':;:' "::
SECTION VI. It shall be : '
unlawful -
Comptroller 'J. M. Lee stated fine not exceeding $500.00, or by F. D. DUFF, ';.
C. L. Downs to sell any spiritous, vinous or :. .J1c'
imprisonment not exceeding three
today that he is encouraged by early Commissioner.J. 1007
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C. V. Parkinsonsbn malt liquors to arty person under months, both such fine / ,
or by and : 1Y'"
reports from the drive he organized A. MCGEEHEE, .
Elbert L. Stewart, of
twenty-one years age. imprisonment in the discretion of
among the sixty-seven county tax ass Commissioner. _
Directors. SECTION VII. All laws of the said court. '
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'sors when he instructed them to MALCOM W BIGG .
Subscribed and sworn to beforeme State of Florida now In effect or SECTION IX. It is hereby de- City Clerk and Com'mis .
make a survey of all railroad :yards, I which be hereafter enacted. I ..
this 8th day of January, 1935.E. may clared that each section, or any part sioner. -
sidings' hops and terminals on New .: J. SHELLEY regulating the, sale or furnishing of thereof, of this Ordinance is separate No. 51-Jan. 11-18-25, Feb. 1.BECAUSE .'
Notary
v('ai's day and report all privately

rwned rittioad equipment, such as Public, State of, Florida at

i.I"l> cars refrigerator cars, express Large. I
c's: and other railroad equipment My Commission Expires Oc- fI1TiTITITIJiltJ! IIIIIIIIIIIIII Jl Mlllllllllllljo'lJ' IIIIIII"I"II A 111I1111111"I 'll I"IIIIIIII.'r.:1! : I"llInllllIJl'XIIIIIIIIII"IIr0! II1111"lllli! J r i! .

not owned by the public carrier rail- tober 15, "1937.

roads. No. 52- Jan. 11-It. .!',.' .
Indications are that the value of
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this prop 'rty-which has never beenon :

Florida tax rolls and which increased -' Ii

tax rolls in Georgia more TO WHOM ITIAY: CONCERN i

th:>n $3000,000 in assessment per, : THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE -
ven'-wiTl! total close to a couple of WAS ADOPTED BY i Newspaper lvertising
rHiion dollars. This will meals an-I ,THE CITY COMMISSION: : OF i

01 ; or $- .ooo,000 added to the asmem THE CITY OF CLEWISTON, ,
FLORIDA, ON JANUARY 7th,
rolls in Florida 50
-' on a
1935, AND THE SAME WILL < ; '
nric-nt! valuation basis and should >": ;
BE BROUGHT FOR FINAL Is The
Best
yield the cities and counties .close to PASSAGE AT THE XEXT l.y .

$100.000. REGULAR MEETING OF SAID ,- '.'-. I
While Florida railroads return COMMISSION: ON FEBRUARY4th I, ,- ..
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each year all property owned by, 1935: : ", l":" I
them the owners of these "private' BILL NO. 22. :: h ; ; i: ': ; !:.; .;,",;", I
the lone r ; ; ; : i
carline" freight cars-with ORDINANCE NO. 22. r:
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exception of the Fruit Growers Ex- AN ORDINANCE TO LI- : :;

press, which is owned by the three CENENSE CERTAIN PRIVILEGES : -, ,'
major Florida railroads-have nev- BUSINESSES AND OCCUPATIONS \ .

paid er filed a thin any dime returns of taxes and have in Florida.never ENGAGED IN CARIED WITHIN ON THE AND : ,{;,, i ',)\\i;:\ ; i ;:< :ii, ::,,; ;: ,; : : : ,

The 1921 Legislature made it the I I' CITY LIMITS OF CLEWTSTON, : .

of the comptroller's office FLOHIDrTO FIX THE .': .: '
specific duty AMOUNT: OF LICENSE TAXES ( -\
to assess these properties-the t AND PROVIDING FOR :,', 1. : -
Newspaper reading is universal habit.
a
value of which in Florida ran to THE PAYMENT THEREOF
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more than $3,000,000 per year dur- AND TO REGULATE SAID <; : ::' '.
ing the boom-but no effort 'was ev- PRIVILEGES, BUSINESSESAND : .J i.: <: ,;

er made to assess them and in 1931 OCCUPATIONS AND '
;''if' 2. The is welcomed 'I i
eagerly into
the Legislature repealed the law. PROVIDING A PENALTY FOR : s : newspaper ; j

Comptroller situation Lee for has more been than studyingthe a year THE ORDINANCE.VIOLATION OF THIS >.;"'. the home. .1.;::: >'.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY I
and has come to the conclusion that t{:. ': .
COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ?
though he isn't specifically charged
CLEWISTON, FLORIDA: > \ .
with assessing the property, the gen- SECTION I. Definitions. The ', "
: 3. :
Newspapers almost without T.'
eral law requiring assessment of all following words and terms, when :,; exception ,;.-' .
property in the state on January 1st, used in this ordinance, shall have :
still applies and either his assessment the meaning as defined herein.a { refuse to take advertisements from fakers; dishonest :::.\{ '
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or one by the county assessors ( ) The term "liquors" under :
will stand so the owners of this pro-. this Ordinance shall mean all spirit- merchants or unreliable firms. .
( 'I
ous, vinous or malt liquors declaredto
perty will be called on to pay like I :
be intoxicating by the laws of the
the other i folks, and if it 'develops

the law is f faulty; the comptrollerwill State of Florida, and | or any I : jot< ; .. I II
preparation or mixture composed in j .
find out :;just in time to suggestthe whole'or in part qf such liquors In- I 4. The cost per prospect is less than any .

legislature to correct it. tended for beverage' purposes.b ';

In addition ,to the general freight ( ) The term "dealer" under I Pt ::, other method. .:..
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equipment involved, the survey in- this Ordance shall ,mean any person, : < :: < "
dicates probability of increasing the firm, association or corporation who I -., I "
Pullman Company's ,assessment a sells spiritous, vinous or malt li- J 1

considerable amount. quors. 5. Your advertisement appearing regularly ,
(c) The term "wholesale dealer"shall I 1 s

mean under this Ordinance a
dealer who sells liquor for resale.d i : in any newspaper of standing and prestige also !
( ) The term ."retail dealer" .; : .

shall mean under this Ordinance a I is ,
'SHORTER dealer who sells liquors to the con- ":. marks your business as one of standing andprestige. /<. ..

sumer. .\ /._ _,

C01DS SECTION II. From and after :,' ., .. ., :, .". :: ,::-y, :' "' ,
the passage of this Ordinance it '.".' ". :'.,I ,' "I :.'" .' ;- '.'':. ('\ ':'\-', .
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shall be unlawful for any person, '
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PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS firm, association or corporation to I S :
carryon or engage in any of the .
businesses or occupations hereinafter 1

specifically enumerated, within .
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the corporate limits of the City of J
Report of Condition of Clewiston, without having first obtained !!...I
THE FIRST BANK'OK! CLEWISTONAt a license from the City of ..$-J lllIIIIIIIIU! r jlll"IIIIIII! ( III\IIIIIIIIII\ rc.Jlllllllllillll 11111111111111 rljllilillllllill: ioi) 11I111lIIIII!! rc.JIIIIIIIIIIIIII 'rc.JI\IIIIIIIIIIII\ I l11Jl!! ( 11111111111111.illllill1llllJl :"d i .1 .

Clewiston,'in the State of Floridaat Clewiston as hereinafter provided. -,
the close of business December SECTION III. That a license tax
31, 1934. I' shall be collected from'every'' per- I I

h Resources: I son, firm. association or corporation
Loans and Discounts ....$ 23,133.31 carrying on or engaging in any of

United States Bonds ...... 6&.900.00 the businesses or. occupations herein- IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH ?
I County and Municipal I after specifically enumerated, whichis

Bonds .......---.........-..-. 20,000.00 hereby fixed at the respective
All Other Bonds, I I'amounts set opposite each businessor fsq ,J

School Warrants ........ 4,716.69 occupation hereunder, each of
Banking House, Furniture said amounts being the amount pay- =

and Fixtures:: ___.._........ 6,728.72 able as a license tax' for carryingon _
Other Real Estate or engaging in the business or

Owned ---._................... 7,659.1.0, occupation mentioned until the 1st I ) .' .k :' :
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Cash on Hand'and Due day of October, A. D, 1935, and of (

From Banks .............. 124681.27 each succeeding year thereafter as.
follows, to-wit: .
TOTAL --...... -.....---..$255.819,09 Liquors-Retail Dealerin
Liabilities for each place of .

Capital Stock Paid in ....$ 15,000.00 business ____...._...._..........$250.00.
Surplus Fund _.......___...... 20,000.00 Liquors-Wholesale Dealer .
Undivided Profits '(Less in, for each place of

Expenses and Taxes '.., business .*.........:..L.: ._.... $250.00 A G u.
Paid i ) .....:___................. 5,001.78 SECTION IV. On ,and after October 1 9Ga
Deposits .m..m....-.__...---. 210.702.19 1st, 1935, all licenses hereun-
Reserve for Interest, De- der shall be payable on or before the

preciation, Taxes, etc.. 4,938.26. 1st day of October of each year; pro-

Cashiers ChecksOutstanding _;. ,. I vided that no license shall ever be
'--7 '';''. 176.86 issued for any fractional' portion ofa
year. -

. TOTAL -:..----.......:....$255.819.09 SECTION V. No license shall be

r, ." STATE OF FLORIDA, COUNTY i[issued under this ordinance to any


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