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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 15, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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r' :SCOUTS ORGANIZE A B & B Store Moves FUNDS FOR COUNTY I Legionnaires Meet; I 'LAUGHTER' SUBJECTDR.


To Former LocationThe To Celebrate BirthdayThe
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i : "' ROAD PROVIDED IN WILLIAMS' TALK
,:. :. SAFETY PATROL FOR .

B and B Grocery Stores, Incorporated regular meeting of the Clew- '

,- SCHOOL CHILDREN announced Thursdaythat TENTATIVE BUDGETA iston Post of American Legion was 'TO KIWANIS CLUB \

the Clewiston store be
would held at the Inn Tuesday evening

moved to its former location on the with Post Commander E. B. Butler

: highway adjoining Alston's Drug telegram from Walter R. Gall, in charge. Dr. G. C. Williams' lecture,
,, A Safety Patrol has been organized -
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Store this weekend.A r "Laughter, presented at the Kiwanis ;
of Zephyr Hills, state road depart-
F. M. Wright, chairman of the
local Scout
by the Boy Troop,
complete set of new fixtureshas ment member from this district, to Americanization committee Club's Ladies Night meeting at
reported -
under the direction of the Scoutmaster Watanabe
been purchased, including a Representative-elect E. L. Stewart the last night was gen
that honor badges had been
,. A. H. King. Cooperating in pur-
large meat display case of the most Saturday gave assurance that the chased for the Post for presentationat erally conceded by the members qf
the movement Principal George
are
": modern type for use in the market. tentative budget being prepared by the club as the most delightful and
B. Stanley and Constable Ed Butler. the close of school to the boy and
' New shelving is being installed the commission would include entertaining program ever given be-
; trying pro- girl in each of the three high schoolsin
The safety group is to direct
' throughout the store, which will be vision for betterment of road 16i, the district, Clewiston, LaBelle fore the local organization.

..... '.' school children along p. safer route even more conveniently arrangedand from LaBelle to Naples. Dr. Williams is a former resident ,
and Moore Haven, who completedthe I
than the in their to
highway trips
of Ithaca College Ithaca, New York,
spacious than formerly.
and from school and have recom- The road, which has long been a school year with the highest
:
institution in voice
A large 'warehouse room in the honors. I an specializing
rough and uncomfortable is
one
mended certain streets on which i
culture music and drama. He is
an
store-room is
rear of the now being
there are sidewalks and which havea one of the most important in the Commander Butler announcedthat
prepared and following close of business -I entertaining lecturer with a person
county and will draw much traffic the American will cel-
comparatively light traffic. Legion
: ality that makes him one with his '
the
tomorrow night, transfer \
' Mimeographed copies of the directions over it when completed. County ebrate its birthday tomorrow, Sat- !
audience after the first few mom
of grocery and market supplies and ,
and safety rules have been leaders have been asking for its urday, March 16th with a radio pro' ents. Doctor Williams is spendingthe
stock will be made.
Monday mornIng -
1 distributed to the children, and with construction for the past few years, gram over NBC chain, which will be winter in Miami and his lectures
will find the Band B in its
j: the aid of teachers, the ,children are but the funds of the departmenthave addressed by the National Com- have been popular with audiencesin
familiar location ready for business
being' educated along lines of safe- with a complete line groceries and been at such a low ebb that mander, Frank Belangro and. other that vicinity. He has appeared on
much construction has been curtailed. -
notables.
ty measures.
meats, attractively displayed. radio programs on :Dr. Everett S.
.
Practically eliminating the walking Smith's Sunday evening hour.

along the highway the Safety: County Attorney L. O. Gravely Doctor Williams was introducedby
Increased Number of March 18th Set for
Patrol urges children to keep on attended the department's meeting, Rev. Nevin H. Schaaf who sup

. other streets except when abso- which was held in Sanford on Mon plied the Community Church pulpitfor

'tt.* lutely necessary to use the highway Indians to Attend DanceWest day of this week, and brought back School ProgramThe two months last fall and who is

and then to watch for the' signal of the report that the budget includedthe now living at Coral Gables.

the Patrol member which will be Palm Beach March 14- betterment Item for the Hendry Doctor Williams began his lectureby

stationed at highway crossings dur- county road as promised by Mr. Gall.It following program will be
(Special).-For the first time in the giving some of the benefits which ,
ing those periods when children arc is estimated that the work on the given at the Clewiston High'SchoolMonday
history of the Seminole Sun Dance, are derived from laughter, the mental
.;' 'going to and from school. all three medicine men of the Sem- road will be completed as far as the night, March' 18, at g'o'clock and physical stimulus and subsequent

. The directions given the children inoles are planning to attend this Collier county line during the year. : Debate relation. He gave examplesof

':- read: "Everybody living south of season's festival here from March The contemplated work includes a situations which provoke laughter -

; the highway (Celotex, McKenzie- 19 to 22. mixed in place sand-asphalt surface, Resolved: That Federal Aid Be such as seeing a dignified per-

.,'; ville, the Barracks, etc.,) should The medicine men are: Jose a type which has proven a satisfac- Granted For The Equalization Of son in an embarassing situation. He

":.. form the habit of coming down Ven- Billie, of the Southern group; Cuf- tory and economical one for use in Educational Opportunity.Affinuati'eFirst gave delightful illustrations of his! .
I speaker, Billy -
tura Street as far as San Bonita ney Tiger, of the group at Old Sam Florida. The budget item for the points and had his audience chuckling

. ,.. Street. They should then go to the Jones town;' and Sam Jones, leaderof work is in the amount of $40,000. Cowart, second speaker, Pearl and then roaring ,in laughter in
Brantley, third speaker Meril Lowe.Xegatno .
highway where a, member of the the Seminoles living in the Cow' The department also stated, according a few moments.
:-First speaker, Ed
; Patrol is stationed and wait for his Creek and Indian Prairie villages. to Mr. Gravely, that a survey Classifying the difference in
will be made of the old road Clark, second speaker, Evelyn Hare,
signal to cross. A member of the Between 250 and 300 Seminoles, laughter of various persons, the

Patrol will also be stationed on the approximately half of the entire Indian from LaBelle to Old Venus, with a third speaker, Althea: Ford..I speaker used the different vowels

: highway at San Pedro Street (School population in Florida, are expected view to probable later construction Bobby Patterson-chairman. a, e, i, o, u, as descriptive of tha
' there. This road leads from LaBelle Debating under the direction of .
Street) and also on Atlantic Street to participate in the Sun types. He illustrated with hearty
the English Department Mrs. K. S.
,
' ': (Hopkins Block). The children Dance this season. This is double through Tasmania in Glades county laughs which the audience found,

:, should be encouraged to use the the number that have 'attended In I and to Venus in Highlands county.It McMullen and Miss Vilma Rhodes. very amusing as it' was possible to

sidewalk that is on Ventura street. previous would cut the distance for travel- Music. < distinguish the types of laughter of
'I years.Construction lers from the ridge section to the Short talk by Hon. Elbert Stewart :'
On the, north side of the Highway of the Indian village, many of those present.
'rb there is sidewalk both Pasadena lower west coast.CLEWISTON. State Representative.Play Self-conscious laughterfeminine
.' "w,, a on a replica of one of the Everglades "
h "The One-Act
I and Osceola Streets., Let these villages is well under 'way 'on the : Dummy, twitter, hearty laugh, mental, physical -

I" : streets be 'known'as THROUGH Sun Dance grounds in Bethcsda Comedy. and other common forms were

STREETS FOR CHILDREN. KEEP park. This work is being done by a Cast of characters: Roy Ulysses described and illustrated. At the
ENTERS
Hitchcock faithful club member
a ,
THE "
ON SIDEWALK. dozen husky Indians who arrived conclusion, Doctor Williams gave a

For those to whom the streets are here 10 days in advance; of the open- Billy Cowart; Jane, a widow every prolonged example of laughter, run

unfamiliar by name, it will help to ing of the celebration in order that CITY DIAMONDBALL night, Evelyn Hare; Emma, their ning the gamut of every type whichhe
maid, Emma Bethea; Ted Manners,
remember that instructions and illustrated
for had mentioned
i the thatch huts will be ready for occupancy -,
children to use streets that parallel when the Sun Dance Roy's pal, Jimmie Harrington; Of- during the, course of the evening. '

the highway 'rather than tho An important feature added opens.to I LEAGUE FT. MYERSLocal ficer, policeman on the job, George Those attending were Rev. and
Bestor. under the direction of
highway itself for walking. There the Sun Dance this season is a nine- : Play Mrs. Nevin H. Schaaf of Coral Gab
Miss Mae Drew.Awarding .
are sidewalks on these streets and episode ''pageant, "Florida under les,. 1and Mrs. T. B. Shelley Mr.

none on the highway. Five Flags", which will be presented diamondball players and enthusiasts I of prizes by the judges. and Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mr. and

Members of the Patrol when on Friday, March 22, closing day of have completed arrange- Gold medal donated by M. E. Von- Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Dr. and Mrs. 1

duty wear a white Sam Brown belt the festival. The pageant will de- ments for an interchange of games Mach. Other' prizes donated by the J. W. Ezelle,. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Paf

and carry a Red Flag, so they maybe picit the progress of Florida from. with Fort Myers teams, the Clew- judges. ford, Miss Maxine Steele, A. L.

easily identified. the time of the landing of Ponce de iston team entering a Fort Myers Hackett, Dr. and Mrs. D. Jenkins ",< '

Leon to the present.. era. More than city diamondball league. The move Mrs. Poole Re-elected Williams, Miss Mary Bell Mainlandof

I 300 actors are in the cast. was made in order to bring good Oak Park, Illinois Mr. and Mrs.C. .
Golf Players Go W. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. W.
As usual the Phantasmagoriaparade diamondball teams to Clewiston for
Ladies Aid PresidentMrs. and Mrs.. A. A. Mun-
F. Simpson, Mr.
I a picturesque night spectacle games and to stimulate local interest
To Third Bracket! I Nashville
Zanone of
will attract much attention. The and attendance. roe, Mrs. J.

parade will be followed by the The'' local players will play in Fort i Tennessee, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail, i

I Phantasmagoria ball in which hundreds Myers each Tuesday: evening. Gameson Grover C. Poole was reelected : Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mr.. and :
Several interesting matches president of the Ladies Aid So- 'Mrs G. C. Poole, Mr. and Mrs. J. '
of costumed merrymakers will the Clewiston field wil not be on
brought the handicap golf tourna-I) celebrate. a regular schedule until the close of ,ciety at the meeting held Friday af- E. Beardsley, Miss Marion Leydig,

ment nearer the the school basketball season, in two ternoon at the parsonage. Other of- Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart Mr. and

week. The Mrs. Duff-R. T. Gibbens weeks. The diamondball boys do not ficers are Mrs. J. W.. Ezelle vice- Mrs. A. W. Sias, E. E. Kelly, Mr.

match went to 27 holes and was won Chapel Program by wish any local games to conflict with president, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, who and Mrs. D. G. Alston Mr. and Mrs.
by Gibbens, 3 and'1. Mrs. W. M. Mr. and Mrs. A. O.
First Grade Pupils the school activities and for that was reelected secretary and Mrs. W. C. Owen,
Redelsheimer, the only lady player Mrs Russell D.
reason will not schedule the Wilfred Lockhart, treasurer. Mrs. Ward, Mr. and
regu-
still in the tournament, won over lar games here until after the school Poole has just completed a very suc-I Whiddon, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Good-

Dave Alston 1 up, the last putt on 'The program for the weekly chapel basketball here have been cessful year as president. Annual man, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mr.
games
the' 18th gree'n deciding the match. exerecises at the grammar school completed. Diamondball will reports of the secretary and treasurer and Mrs. W. Wi Perry, Mr. and Mrs.A. .

Larry Nash defeated Mrs. W. C. will be given by the first grade pu- then games which were presented at the W. Lawrence and F. :M. Wright.
be held in Clewiston
regularly -
: Owen 6 and 5.
pils under the direction of Miss Mae meeting, recorded many accomplish-
each week.
Matches scheduled for today and Drew today."Morning. twelve
ments during the past
tomorrow E. E. Next week there will be a game Blue Eagle Flyers
I are Kelley-Tom .In Health Land" by months.
; here on Thursday night with the
Shelley: ; Emmett Shelley-Dr. White; Marie Moltz, Cleo Scott, Mamie The business meeting followed a I Make Return Date
Cocoa-Cola team from Fort, Myers.
K. Bowden-Billy Owen; Hubert Trice, Jacqueline Bledsoe, Margie J service held at the church In com-I I:
Other teams in the Fort lea-
Myers
Land- F. D. Duff. Winners
of these
Allen.
memoration World of
of Prayer
Day
I
.
gue are the Ford team and Bartley'sSporting
matches advance to the third bracket "Gee Whiz. When Mother Washes will
the devotional service being con- The Blue Eagle Flying Circus
of
Goods team, both Fort
with Mrs. Redelsheimer, Gibbens, Me", Musical reading by Jon Vic .
ducted by Doctor Williams.A bring two planes for passenger flying -
Nash and A. L. Hackett, who defeated 1 Myers.
Emanuel.
and social Fred Whidden'sCorner
business meeting to a field at
The Clewiston team is not a Ki-
Father Finnegan for his ad- I Life of Robert. Louis Stevens and wanis hour followed at the home of Mrs.D. Sunday, March 17th for an
team although that organization -
vance. i I Some of His Poems, by Nora Ogles- of J. Williams. Members attendingwere ; : all-day stay. A feature of the flying
dia
sponsored the entrance .
A notice' has been posted at the I by, Ray Young, Alfred Akin, David mondball here and constructed the Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. James arrangements Sunday is that a cash
Club House
requesting players not Belcher, Martin Waldron> > diamondball field.. The team will be Bruce, Mrs. R. H. Collins, Mrs. J. : prize of $10 will be given to the

to use the greens. to practice approach -I I "Little Maids of Japan", by Wilma composed of the best diamondball W Ezelle Mrs. B. E. Herring, l\lr5.1 holder of the lucky ticket number.
shots as the dropping of 75 ,
j I Tingle, Carolyn Selee, Peggy Lawler Mrs. I winter in
players in the community, who Fred Gary, Mrs. Mark The Blue Eagle Flyers
are
to 100 balls
on a leaves it ; '
green Bussell, Jerry Boswell, Marilyn been in the
Wilfred Lockhart, Miss Dorothy Bradenton. They have
to trouble
'in bad condition for going considerable and ex-
putting.
Scheetz and Esther Brewer. Mrs.J. for 6 weeks and
pense to make the trip to Fort M '- Lockhart, ,Mrs. I D. Leydig, Everglades section

Song: "Clover Bloom", by class. ers once a week in order to bring, "". Moore, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. have a splendid record during this

MRS. THOMAS ENTERTAINS "Brave Boys," by Carl Freedl nd, good players to Clewiston for return Carol McDonald, Mrs. J. Grady Nib- time and for the past seven years of

MEMBERS OF BRIDGE CLUB Robert Edens, Mamie Johnson, Nora games. lack, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. G. commercial service without an accident

I Oglesby. C. Poole, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. The flyers were here the first
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i Song: "The'Spider and the Fly", George' Royal Mrs. Barney Thomas, Sunday in February and again during

Mrs. G. B. Thomas was hostess at Virginia Christman and Nora Oglesby. Mrs. M. H. Rowan returned to Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. Charles that month. The field near

I the bridge club meeting Wednesday I Jacksonville Sunday after visitingher I Williams, Mrs. D. J. Williams Mrs. Whidden's Corner has been chosenas

i afternoon; High score prize was won I The Sick Baby, a play, by Joyce parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foster W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Victor Eman- easily accessible from both Moore

by Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, low by Mrs.J. | Bullen, Shirley Moon. and Bruce Meredith, and other relatives here. ual, Mrs. A. H. Roberts, Mrs. F. ,D. Haven and Clewiston.
W. Ezelle and cut by Mrs. Grover Miss
II Beardsley. Eunice Meredith returned with Duff and Mrs. C. L. Downs. New

Poole.A her for a two weeks' visit. members were Mrs. L. A, Turner, I HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL

delicious salad course was serv-j Miss Frances Morgan, daughter of Mrs. H. O. Turner, Mrs. Paul Irons, For 'FebruaryJames
ed to 'Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morgan, who has Mrs
C.
C. Davis, who Is owner guests were Mrs. Martha Ludekens,
Maxwell, Mrs. C. W. McDonald, Mrs. been employed in the FERA officeat and manager of two beauty parlorsIn Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. Robert Beardsley, Page Cowar,

H. R. Hall, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. Pahokee has been moved to West the northern part of the state, is Christopher, Mrs. Chamberlain, Mrs. Althea Ford, Evelyn Hare, Bobby

G. C. Poole, Mriii YWWlne, c nQ Mrs. Palm Beach, and Is connected with spending time here Elmer Ethel Willis and Gladysr.
some yrlth }her Krana! and Mls Mary wmMalul Patterson,, .- ,
Ezslle, the farm rehabilitation office there husband Q, J. Davis, ut11* Wl1th --



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THE CLEWISTON NEWS MARCH 15, 1935 "


electric development In the Ten- RICHARD I1AUP.rM N
power BRUNO between Colombia and Peru. Solemn
EVENTS nessee valley. He ruled that the' Tennessee escaped the electric chair at least ROMANTIC TOWN
CURRENT
treaties
'Irrevocably established LeU-
Valley Authority has no legal temporarily when a writ of error filed
cia as Colombian territory. But
CENTER OF WAR
authority to dispose of surplus power by defense attorneys earned him a !
armed forces of Peruvians seized the
generated at hydro-electric plants on stay of the execution sentence which
PASS IN REVIEW! the Tennessee river. The administration was to be carried out at Trenton, town and continue to fortify and to
occupy It. The ColombIans' are Indignant
Is depending on this enterprise to N. J., March 18. The Bronx carpen- Lover Gave It Poetic Name,
at what they term an Invasion -
bring about the lowering of private ter's life Is safe at least, until September -0 but Times y--
Change. ,of their own soil. War may result -
power plant rates, and it was believed or October, since a further appeal -
between; Peru and Colombia, and
ADMINISTRATION FORCES IN there would be an Immediate appeal can be made to the court of par
from the decision. dons If the court of errors and ap- According to press reports from other South'American countries may
DEADLOCK WITH LABOR ON In Washington especial note was peals falls to uphold the writ LloydC. Bogota, Love named the town of be drawn unwillingly Into the con-

WORK RELIEF BILL. taken of the fact that Judge Grubb Fisher and Frederick A. Pope presented Leticia In Colombia, and now war o' flict. The serenity; of Letlcia may' be
threatens Its serenity on the banksof ruthlessly uprooted. The eyes of the
made permanent an injunction restraining the appeal after a battle with
By EDWARD W. PICKARD 14 north. Alabama cities and Chief Defense Counsel Edward J. the peacefully flowing Amazon.In I' western world are upon this. town

Western Newspaper Union. towns from negotiating with the Public Reillj', who subsequently threatenedthat 1807 a young engineer was sent romantically named, 40 years ago,

T \ETERMINED not to accept the Works administration for loans to either he or Fisher would haveto down the Amazon river to establish for the love of-a woman. ,

U McCarran-Federation of Labor build electric distribution systems. withdraw from the Hauptmann de- a town on the ancient site of the
There was speculation as to what ef- fense. The hearing will probably take fort of San Antonio, originally an Dr. Pierce'a Favorite Prescription makes
amendment, the ad- weak No alcohol. Sold
prevailing wage women strong.
ministration forces In the senate sent fect, If any, this might have nationallyon place at the next session of the court, outpost of the one-time Spanish by druggists in tablets or liquid.-Adr. ,
the worn: relief .oiu... PWA's policy of giving financial which beigns May 21. dominance over-South America. Lone-

"i back: to the committee. encouragement to municipal power de liness for his English sweetheart Be Wise!
a 0 whom he had left behind him
What will happen now velopments. ON THE heels of the Supreme prompted The legal, penalty for flirting Ismarriage.
the romantic engineer to
to the President's big gold ruling, former President name .-Exchange.
the village after her, In violation of
Is problematical. Herbert Hoover demanded reestablishment -
program has sent 5,000 more
MUSSOLINI his instructions. Her name was
Senator Byrnesof of the gold standard In
troops to east Africa,
Leticia Smith and she was the
South Carolina, one making 10,000 that have been dis- ____ .. the United States as I I daughter of an English consular officer -
of the administration the only way "to restore -
patched for the possible war with the I at Iquitos.,
4 { men, declared the confidence In our o
of latest
empire Ethiopia. With the
Upon his return to Iquitos it was
measure had met its contingent went Gen. Rudolfo Graziani, currency." This could : found that his fiancee had'run awayto four.own druggist It author-
I death. who will be In command of the expeditionary 0 6X:4. only be done by making Mexico with an Englishman. He 3 ized to cheerfully refund your
Insisting he was ex- ,the dollar Immediately -
__.-__, hI .h"L... army.: The soldiers were givena convertible at never saw her again. But to this money on the spot if you are
pressiujj::::::: sown send-on ,. not relieved by Creomulsion
fine at Naples, Crown rnnceHumbert t village I
} the to
Senator Huey ,lIef and not talking -' the present 59 cents of day now grown a placeof
being presentA Is called "Leticia."
Long he modern Importance, ,
president t
for the gold-
spokesman for the governmentsaid And It Is this same:: town which Is
Byrnes said, "There is no prospect" of the negotiations with Emperor method of specie. pay- .
today the storm-center of, the dispute'
reviving the works program and "The Haile Selassie were progressing slow- ing.The

committee probably will do nothing ly and very badly, and .he was pes ............,.........._- only living ex-
about It." simistic as to the outcome: Cynical President said that
"The President stated that If the Herbert such action would'put
observers of the proceedings do not
McCarran amendment were adopted he believe Mussolini is especially eager Hoover more of the 12,000,000 Try Faster Way

would not sign the bill," Byrnes said. to avoid conflict with Ethiopia. PoInt- unemployed 'men back to work than ,

"The senate adopted it, therefore, 'so as ing to the well-known fact that Italy any other step. The United States

far as the works' part is concerned, the wishes to expand its territory to accommodate should take the lead In returning to to Relieve Your ColdsMedical

bill Is gone." its people, they predict a the standard, he said, declaring that

He expressed the thought the com- movement comparable to that of JapanIn o "There is no need to wait on foreign Discovery Bringing Almost _,
mittee would report out an appropriation Manchuria, justified by 'much the nations before we re-establish the gold
of 5880,000,000 or 1,880.000,000 to same arguments used by the Japanese. standard and restore confidence In our Instant Relief to Millions
carry out the present relief programfor currency. They would be bound to follow -

six months or a year. some time. They are more afraidof REMEMBER DIRECTIONSThe

The general opinion In Washington POSSIBILITIES of a merger of Dem- our doing Just this than they are simple method pictured here is
seemed to be that the latter part .ofByrnes' Republicans In fightingfor of any American 'managed currency.' '
,4v the doctors now treat
way many
and repeal of the "pink slip" or Income
statement was correct,
colds and the aches and pains colds .
that the committee would delay report- tax publicity section of the 1934 revenue of the NRA with '
more years :, ;9r bring with them!
the works of the bill act was seen as Representative Two Y
Ing public part of policies, more effec- st ( It is recognized safe
as a sure,
until the states and municipalitieswhich Bell, Missouri, pleaded for Immediate enforcement of codes and the
tive QUICK For it will relieve
Take 2 BAYER Aspirin Tablets. way. an'I
of his bill eliminating the
would largely bene5t from it passage
granting of "unquestioned power" to Make sure you get the BAYER ordinary cold almost as fast. as you
could bring pressure to bear on their publicity provision. the: federal government, were urged by Tablets you ask for caught it.
senators. "Not only Is there fear on the partof
the President In a message to congress. Ask your doctor about this. And
Adoption of the McCarran amend the people of thecountry on account The national recovery act terminates when sure that'ou get

ment by the senate was brought about ,' of gangsters and racketeers," June 16 this year. "Abandon- brho' the real you BAYER Aspirin Tablets.
.
after hard fight and by means of Bell asserted "but there also Is concern .
only a ment would be unthinkable, he said, They dissolve (disintegrate) almost
a rather tricky shifting of pairs In among business men, because their naming the act as "the biggest factorIn instantly. And thus work almost instantly

which Huey Long took a leading partIt competitors will have the opportunityof 'giving re-employment to approxi- C. when you take them. And

won by a margin of one vote, whereupon nosing Into their secret files. mately 4,000,000 people." = for a gargle Genuine Bayer Aspirin,
I J Senator Robinson, Democratic Bell added that his bill would leave He said congress must maintain the I Tablets disintegrate with speed and

j leader, moved that the bill be sent backto Intact the features of the 1926 revenue fundamental principles of the act to tea completeness, leaving no irritating

1 the committee. This was done, Senator act which permitted house and senate establish at least a minimum fair trade 2 Drink a full glass of water.Repeat particles or grittiness.

j Glass expressing the hope that committees or government official, practice and labor relations standard, treatment in 2 hours. BAYER Aspirin prices have been

1 the committee would report out a bill upon order of the President to havea pleading that child labor must stay out decisively reduced 'on all sizes, so

{ "that will not be quite so controver copy of any Income tax return that and that fixing of wages and hours there's no point now in accepting

dI, sial." might be filed. was practical and necessary. ., N other than the real Bayer; article you -
J Senator Long, who loses no opportunity I A statement from Raymond Pitcairn, Answering recent protests of labor, want.

I 1 to pester the administration national chairman of the Sentinels of he said : "The rights of employees : ,'

: and to display his political shrewdness the Republic, called upon all Income freely to organize for the purpose of ,
i has started a movement for the specification tax payers to withhold filing their returns collective bargaining should be fully 4 9
';. of $2,500,000,000 of the work re- -until March 15, to give Secretary protected." 15

".' lief measure's total for the purpose of 06 the Treasury Morgenthau and He urged more strict application of

highway construction. Highway com- o revenue department officials time to anti-trust laws, condemned monopoliesand

:: missions In every state were asked by appear before congressional commit- private price fixing, opposed hindrances 3 If throat is sore, crush and stir 3

him to Indorse this'plan. Long said he tees, and to give congress an opportunity to fair competition. and proposed BAYER a glass of water.Aspirin Gargle Tablets twice.in a thirdof This PRICES on Genuine Bayer Aspirin
1 had discussed It with some other senators to repeal the law. PitcaIrn also further protection of small enterprises eases throat soreness almost instantly. Radically Reduced on All Sizes

;; and that they liked it challenged Senator I.aFolIete, sponsor against discrimination and

l 'of the Income publicity move, to' oppression.His .

T PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT paid aj a national radio debate. LaFollette suggestions, If adopted, would

short visit to his home In Hyde Ignored the challengeTHCTOR keep code violators from behind the

j Park, N. Y., and from there went to -- bars. "The way to enforce laws, codes
New England, especially to see his son, A. CHRISTGAU, demoted and regulations relating to Industrial / .\t't'r

Franklin, Jr., Initiated into the exclusive from his position of second rank- practices Is not to seek to put peoplein '

, Harvard Fly club at Harvard Ing officer of the AAA In the recent jail," he said. :r

university. In order that he might shake-up which Involved several alleged Admitting some mistakes, the Presi- ,',

I': keep in close touch with Washington, radicals, resigned In protest dent was well satisfied that the NRA

: one of his secretaries, Mr. McIntyre, Chester C. Davis, administrator, had had done a good Job considering Its D'L

. .- mainlined an office at Poughkeepsie: not accepted the resignation and Sec- short existence.

near Hyde Park, and another, Mr. Ear- retary of Agriculture Wallace was at- "Only carping critics and those who ;> ar"SIMONIZ

ly, remained at the White House.It tempting to persuade Christgau to seek: political advantage and the right I
.I' was understood that during the change his mind. again to Indulge In unfair practices orI

" trip the President was preparing a"' Wallace hinted that there had been exploitation of labor or consumers deliberately Made the

message to congress recommending differences between Christgau and A. seek to quarrel over the obvious -

.-: that the present government policy of H. Lauterbach, chiefof fact that a great code of law, of

:' ocean mail contracts be supplanted by I the AAA dairy section order and of decent business cannotbe Finish "
Last
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direct subsidy grants to American over the milk created In a day or a year," Mr. Longer

, '"'.. steamship lines. His decision In favor .h'.%n. y'>V policy. A protege of Un- Roosevelt declared I ITHIRTYONE

\ of this quite radical change has been- dersecretary Rexford Simoniz Then
your car. notice how much longer the finish lasts. Fiftyor
:' Influenced by the report of a committee Guy Tugwell, ChrIst- inmates shot and
, of experts that has been studying gau was also supposedto In a spectacular even a hundred thousand miles are nothing to a Simonized car. ,-z

the question. Probably the propositionwill have encountered break from the Oklahoma state 'prison Simoniz protects the finish in all weather and makes it stay beautiful.

meet with opposition from many "friction" with other at Granite, the only male penal So, always insist on Simoniz and Simoniz Kleener for your car.
congressmen and senators who are not t ., V; V | members of the department Institution administered by a woman
from seaboard states. This gave warden. Thirteen were captured shortly -

1', ': I rise to__ new. rumorsthat afterward and a man-hunt Is on for
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i. V the establishment of Secretary Tugwell will resign be- guns which had been smuggled to

<;, Its army of 9GO.OOO men, Soviet Russia Wallace fore hIs Influence ln. them, forced a "trusty" turnkey to rIMONIS'

renewed Its defiance of "imperialistic" the AAA is too severely curtailed by open up for them, corralled 20 vISItors -/ 1

nations. All over the country there the demotion and ouster of his con- in the visitors' room and, using ,
'' were fetes, and the speakers took occasion freres. them for a shield, made their escape.

not only to glorify the Red Meanwhile amendments to the Agri- Her prison already the subject of In- JK M
=1. warriors but also to attack Germany cultural Adjustment act were declaredto vestigation Into Its moral and man. -

and Japan. Karl Radek one of the conceal dangerous, arbitrary and agerial standards, the warden, Mrs. G. The new improved'Simoniz Kleener quickly

5'' chief spokesmen for the Soviet gov- autocratic powers over farmers, manu- A. "Mother" Waters, was ordered replaced stores the lustre to dull cars. Simoniz, too, is easy
:,',. ernment, wrote In Izvestia : facturers and distributors of farm by a man, Gov. E. W. Marland to apply and it keeps the finish beautiful for years.
"We cannot fold our hands<;) when products, by the legislative committeeof declaring that a woman "just can't
{ we know that the imperialists plan to the agricultural Industries confer- manage" a prison. Defiantly, she refused -
=''1. attack us. Raging Imperialistic cliques ence In Washington. The committee to clear out until completed In-
: to the east and west of us are openly cited the provision that the AAA may vestigations vindicated hef. (1 U It soon brings relief and promotes
:;" proclaiming programs of war I IMORE gii
." againstus. require that a licensed processor pur- healing. Because its
I chase'only from those who sign con- than 100 men were reported absolute purity and
;. In connection with the celebration It that the wounded in mildly ,
tracts. charges amend or a skIrmishIn
figures were published showing that in antiseptic properties, it is un '
", ,_ ments make no provision for the farmer the "demilitarized" zone which lies
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addition to the army, there are 13,000- to express himself In the matter of between Manchukuo and China northof surpassed in the treatment ,

} 000 civilians who are now members oft licenses, but contain provisions for Tientsin. The clash was between of rashes, red, rough skin,

a nation-wide organization for chemIcal price control, markets, production and the recently formed Peace Preserva- itching,burning feet, chafings,

I' and air defense; 3,000,000 volunteer purchasing. Through Indirect restric- lon corps and the Lwanchow militia: chaFpings,irritations,cuts and

' ;, automobile drivers an>l civilian tion of the farmer's market these pro- The Peace Preservation corps, which burns. No household shouldbe

marksmen. visions are equivalent to a licensingof has the approval of the Chinese government -' without it.
the farmer, according to the committee was receiving money and
EDEIIAL JUDGE W. I. GRDBB of "The entire economic life of arms from the Japanese, It was Price 2Sc and SOc.
i Alabama gave the New Deal a communities could be directed from leged. The militia Is supported by al.1 i,1 iem i Sold at all druggists.R'1 .

, sharp rap that threatens the great Washington," the committee said. cal Chinese interests. ,
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SYNOPSIS The chief sat down and loaded his made his .vay to the house and was "Very well, then. Climb into the car

pipe. "1 was expecting them, my boy. admitted by Lanny and .beat It." Must Go It Alone

Theodore Gatlin adopts a baby "Pe- Did they ask you any questions?" "Nance has got to make clean get "Beat It where To every man there comes a day
'rielope.i'ffn"'an effort to solve his matrimonial "No. They just searched the house idon't away," he assured her earnestly, "be "Los Angeles San Diego, anywhere. when he must separate himself from
'. troubles. But his wife has think they juched anything except cause tonight Flynn and his pal may Keep on going, and when you get there, others and act alone.
nevi wanted her, and their affairs baseball end the lipstick on the bureau over come with q earcb warrant The district send me a wire to the central station
In the divorce court. AI a '
gajpe a, ball, strikes ten-year-old .Penelope there," he said. attorney will probably call me up merely giving your address. Then lay
, "'' on the nose. Mrs Gatlin spirits "Did they take the lipstick?" Dan before he issues it and' I'll have to tell low until somebody comes after you.
"' the child to Europe. Gatlin wills Penelope asked. him- to go ahead and Issur It, In orderto Keep off the street Lanny. you must
i'; all his money, and is about to :' allay suspicion. Now, here are halfa disguise her nose. Clamp a waddingof
:.' begin a search for her when a 'motor "They didn't take It, they looked at
',:' '. accident ends his life. Some ten year it" McNamara sighed. The case was dozen' harmless hand grenades that cotton anc a neat dressing over It CONSTIPATIONCaN
':.., .. later In San Francisco. StephenBurt, getting a little thick for him when It : burst" on Impact Three of them are to hide the dish In It Any lady (Is
rising young psychiatrist is presented tear gas tombs and three are stink liable to have an Injury to her nose
: by Dan McNamara, chief of police, with became complicated with lipsticks. He
a new patient Nance 'Belden, a girl went to the telephone and'got StephenBurt bombs. and wear a dressing on It Now' Is, be Helped!
with a dual personality for which her out of bed. "Now, I'll tell you exactly how they'll everything understood .
."saddle nose" is in part responsible make the pinch. They'll not come during Nance nodded and Lanny's silence
McNamara does think she Is a "Did a certain party, while a guest % ;
not
consent "You'll Use what Doctors do
" gave probably
the day, because they'll know you get a ( ) ;
"'., criminal and obtains Burt's testlmon at my house, ask you to bring out a
whiff of what's good for Flynn and
office aren't at home and that Nance
;; In court. Lanny. the doctor's
-: nurse, is also won over. Nance's criminal lipstick when you called In the courseof wouldn't answer that bell .anyhow. But Angelloti," McNamara advised Laiiny. Why do the bowels usually move

,;,. record outweighs Doctor Burt's your professional I"duti es, Doctor? ,tonight one of thorn will ring the front "but you'll get over it When you lob regularly and thoroughly, long aftera
explanation! of her case and she Is sent "Oh yes." doorbell and shove the search warrant over the \\ last of your rotten eggs, physician has given you. treatmentfor
to San Quentin penitentiary Nance constipation? ,
"Thanks. McNamara e
Goodnight" under nose and step inside. The Penelope, do not breathe,?'and close
escapes, although shot, and goes to your Because the doctor' gives a liquid
Lanny's apartment from which, by Mc- hung up and went to the room lately other will, in the meantime, have gone' your eyes tightly until you have closed laxative that can always be taken in
Namara's' orders. she Is removed to thechief's occupied by Nance: Belden.. On the around to vour back door to prevent the window again. Then-out of the the right amount. You can gradually
home From one of the men in bureau he found a lipstick., "Vanity is house like This of mineIs
the boat which the escaped Mc- the girl's escape in that direction. a shot plan reduce the dose. Reduced dosage is
"'\ Namara learns on that Nance's girl real name always the undoing of a crook," he There's a cement floor 'around your fool-proof if followed absolutely, but the secret of real and safe relief from

I is Penelope Gatlin. He also discovers sighed and went to bed, greatly troubled kitchen door, is there not it's you for, ,San Quentin agaIn' If It constipation.Ask .
,!{r..r that she is' heiress to $750.000 Fearful In h'!" mind at what was to him.Indubitable' "Yes. Well, when the doorbell Isn't, my brave lassie, and all the your doctor about this. Ask
rings
of McNamara. In his official capacity knowledge 'that' Flynn and your druggist how popular liquid
chiefs
of in town cannot
police
help
Nance flees Lanny finds her in her you answer it That will be Nance'stip laxatives have become. The right
apartment, sound asleep. Several days Angelloti, even though they had failed to peek out the second story win- rou then." liquid laxative gives the right kindof
later her partially restored memory to find their quarry, must be convinced, dow and lob three bombs down on the help, and the right amount of help.
leads her to tell Lanny of her wealthy beyond the shadow of a doubt, that he cement beside whoever'she sees stand CHAPTER VIII When the dose is repeated, instead of
father Theodore Gatlin. ana of her had harbored an escaped convict in more each time, you take less. Until
girlhood in. France. ing there. They explode with a sound
his home. the bowels are moving regularly and
like a gunshot and diffuse their gas I "Thank you, sir," said Nance politelyand thoroughly without any help at all.
He passed a sleepless night, but he almost Instantly over a considerable I with quiet dignity. "You are most The liquid laxative generally usedis
CHAPTER VII-Continued did some solid thinking, so there was area. Now whichever one goes to the kind to take this trouble for a stranger Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It
-16"Qu' 'no lost time. He had hoped, by providing I contains and and
back door will never be expecting a and I shall never forget it"And senna cascara,
i that," Lanny commanded In this, sick convict'as' an, excuse for citizen to shower this sort of bomb she held out her hand. these are natural laxatives that formno

her most-.ferocious manner. "If J 'hadn't Doctor Burt's nightly visits, to throw down on him, because they are not accessible McNamara looked In puzzlement at habit- even in children. Your
found you'.lovable I wouldn't have you Flynn and Angellotl off the scent- to citizens ; so he will think Lanny. "What's happened to her?" he druggist has it; ask forjj -

in my house this minute.: .I'd turn you and now the scent, was hotter than they're electric, light bulbs tossed downto demanded."I'll i

over to Flynn and, Angellotl. By the ,ever. scare him away By the way have explain to you some time. '1l. eat ileff j
way," she continued., "".ow; did 'you: get;! I "Now :what will they do? They're Nance toss one electric light bulb You're a brilliant chief of police and .

that sock on the beezer?" morally :certain she went to Lanny's down first and then follow with two you've figured everything out' to a gnat's i !
PEPSIN
"Father rook me to a baseball game house the night she escaped and that tear bombs-here, I'll make a mark eyelash for Penelope, but what's goingto

and a long drive flew into the bleachers Lanny got her out of there in the nick with( my pencil on the tear bombs. Before happen to me?"

; and struck me on the nose. Lanny, of time and took her here. Now that he realizes what has happened "The concoction of the plan I've Just ;

you mustn't 'use slang. It isn't polite." she's escaped them here they may he'll be weeping like Niobe and unable outlined has given me brain fag, Lan-

'"I wrap myself around a highball suspect she'd doubled back to Lanny'sI to see anything in the darkness. ny. It's cost me night's sleep. I don't And Grouchy ..;

\. when, I'm tired or, want .to be sociable I "But bear this In mind, Lanny. He'll know what's going to happen to you Some people broaden as they age, ,..i
and smoke cigarettes.." Lanny pro not desert his post He'll hug the back and I don't care much. You're a smart others merely grow fat. j

tested. 'suppose a. perfect lady : door: and' be ready to grab her when woman, and if you can't figure a way jl
wouldn't do those things either?" she comes. He'll stick It out That's out of your end of the mess don't call .

"A perfect 'lady may, without- mar the time Nance must drop a stink on me for help."
ring her perfection, old. fuss.budget. bomb beside him. "I wish I could relish that compliment :

That's a matter of personal liberty, l iN "Meanwhile the man in front will ," Lanny retorted dryly. "How-
and only :becomes distressing when hear the explosions. If the one In back ever, if you think I'm not going to STOPIPED.UPN 'j
carried to "xcess But ,there's' no excuse cries the laugh myself sick over this you're a
out one in front will figure TRILS
\, for a highly l Intelligent ,and cultured he has been shot and will ,run to the poor judge ot women. Good-by, you -I;

women to employ' the. language. back door to help him. As' he opens old crook, and God bless you. Kiss u focoldl- '
of the'street'S!" him "
the back door his pal will grab him. Penelope.
"I. have.my human. moments,". ,Lanny You must follow at his heels and ,shut A becoming modesty caused the girlto "I'
excused herself meekly. r 2 ,and bolt the door Instantly, or, you'll hesitate just a little, then, she came Use Menlholalumio .

II set the table in the dining room. get yours, too. There: will be a mo- ,to the chief and implanted a most lady- nostrils help and open permit the :
Won't you order some flowers? And mentary struggle between Flynn and like kiss on his blue Jowl. "You're freer brealhin I
Lanny-I'll do something for some i very kind, Mr. McNamara," she as -
you 1 AngellotI in the dark because the front
day." 1 1f1 door man will think lie has the scoundrel sured him again. t
he muttered and went off. ::1,1,
"For instanceV""Well "Cripes,
that
hurled the bombs ; and by the,
hlve'you ever been to Eu- time, they discover each other's Iden- Dan McNamara's estimate of the "

rope?" tity, the front door man will be as ability of Detective Sergeants Flynn
and did them no Injustice
"Certainly not. sightless and ill as theback: door man. Angellotl ;
"Then I'll Sake you." "Nance word indeed, they proved even smarter than FEEL TIRED ACHY-
a to you now ,
their chief credited them with being.
"I Accept the nomination. In return
"My name is Penelope Gatlin, Dan""My
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I'll do something else, for jou. I'll have error. Penelope, the instant you Angelloti's adventure with Dan Mc- ."ALL WORN OUT ? .t
,' that nose of split the shattered Namara they passed over as an un-
yours open drop those first two bombs, shut down
bone the avoidable accident; Angellotl was cer- Get Rid of Poisons That
ol bridge scraped out the 'window. And, remember, all the 1 I
and a cute little piece of pliable cartilage lights in the .rear of the house and tain McNamara had not recognizedhim. :Make You ill :i'
He felt certain McNamara had I
[ whittled off of \
one your spare I\ particularly in the kitchen must be
no suspicion that his house was under a constant backache keepingyou
ribs, and grafted into your funny nose turned off. When the front door man
surveillance, although Flynn had men miserable? Do you suffer
to form a new bridge. Then the doc- rN
Is struggling with his' pal and Lanny
? burning, scanty or too frequent
tal reservations on that point for the
tor will sew your nose together again has closed the door, her scream will be urination; attacks of dizziness,
over It-" your cue to open the window again, Irish are a psychic race rheumatic pains, swollen, feet and
,"What's' the 'difference between having -just long enough to pay the rest of After watching Doctor Burt enter ankles? Do you feel tired, nervousall
a nose like a Pekinese and a make "Science Pulls 'Em Off Dally, My your eggs on the scrimmage. You must and leave the chief's house on Thurs- unstrung?
shift with a big scar on It:, I'd like to Dear." be dressed for the street and have some day night when they' knew the chief Then give some thought to your
know?" would not be home until midnight, they kidneys. Be sure they function
d' "Oh, there won't be any scar, dearie. house. Murderation !i However, those money"No."in your' pocket Got any? decided to investigate. The unlocked properly, for functional kidney dis-
\ The will cut a strip of two dicks will never bother her with- cellar door gave them pause ;Flynn whispered order permits poisons to stay in
surgeon epidermis -
I "Here's two hundred. the blood and upset the whole sys-
4u off your forehead and without out fortifying themselves with a search that he was always suspicious of

detaching It from your forehead, bring warrant They'd be too afraid of me. "I'll send you my check. Thanks.1VAnd things that came too easy. They crept tem.Use Doan's Pills. Loan's are for
But with a search warrant and the she took the money. and found Dan McNamara's
: I the flap down, drape it over ,your new upstairs the kidneys only. They help the
scarred nose and graft It there. It will girl to show For their painthey'll: have "Immediately after tossing the last ex-convict guest reading In bed. Both kidneys cleanse the blood of'health-
t! I grow and cover the scar and when; 'me fouL I couldn't open my mouthif of the bombs, close the ,window and I detectives recognized him, so while destroying poisonous waste. Doan's
everything's lovely. that skin they bring the girl Into headquartersI'll beat It downstairs and out the front I Angelloti guarded him Flynn made a Pills are used and recommendedthe
with your forehead will connection be )) have to give them a cheer and door. I'll leave a coupe, with the mo : hurried but thorough search of the world over. Get them from any
sev tor running, parked at the curb across druggist.
ered and the ragged edges triled congratulate them. premises. They were not in the house
and presently ,nature will do the rest. lie decided Flynn; and Angelloti rhe street. Can you" drive? more than five minutes.TO .
"I can drive Dan. OAFS PILLS
I Six months titer the operation I'll defy would sleep on their evidence and the BE CONTINUED.

::1 anybody but an expert to discover suspicions it had aroused, '''compare
':\ you've got a custom-made nose." I notes in the morning and decide upona Piano Wires Are Buried in Concreteto

, The girl's eyes shone. "'Is it true, course of action. They would haveto
Test the Stress and Load Carriedmethod
\ Lanny is It true? It's so hard to believe adduce some nominal evidence to + x OCKAOACHESO
I In miracles. support their suspicion before the district ,- ;, MICE
i i "Science pulls 'em off daily, my attorney would consent to Issue When the great Dnleprostroy dam long before it was applied In N 1

dear" the search warrant, for a search war- was built In Soviet Russia piano wires the big dam. Mining engineers found Tubes

Nance changed the subject. "Here, rant is not Issued lightly. In the morn- were buried in the concrete. The object the rock strata measurements usefulIn
here, we're gabbling like a pair of Ing they would Induce some stool- was to make It possible to test designing lining and props to offset .

geese. The linen, woman, Where's the plgeoa to tell)) thedistrict attorney that stress and load, according to engineer the stresses. I
linen Off: with your hat and coat. he had seen Nance Belden's face at N. Davidenkov in an address delivereJ WNU-7 10-35
While you're getting It I'll run up the window of Lanuy's home.' Possibly to the American Society of Testing Croats Became a Subject State I
stairs and get your mules." they might Induce the patrolman" ,on Materials. As the stress and load In the eighth century the Croats be-

"After dinner 1 must do some more that beat to stretch the truth a little. changes the tension, the wires change came ,subject state in the western ARE RUNDOWN AILING ?
and for the
pumping," thought' Lanny.; : "The Information "I 1 'can't bet Nance out .of Lanny's too and hence their pitch. Listening Empire .of Charlemagne, I YOU ,
will be invaluable to Stephen house tonight and 1 can't get her out at a central electrical switchboard an next 150 years remained under the dom- "h/ Read this: Mrs.St.O.. Natcbez. Via--
Strange ..r\ Total, amnesia sometimes in daylight tomorrow, but I must get engineer hears a musical note from ination of one or another of their west- cent,of i Ihs.19,remarked New : My

only partial amnesia. at others.. her; ,out tomorrow night he decided. Ails string and that The pitch provides ern or eastern neighbors. In 924, Tom- (.1J: low husband vitality was suffering and he with was
Dreadful mixture" I I "But how?" the basis of mathematical calculations Sslav wou the Independence of a large wonderfully benefited by ....

When Lan McNamara came home I lie was at his office at eight next '' that tell him just how much portion of Croatia and it Is to him : ,' :',,'!" Medical taking Dr.Discovery.Pierce's"Golden

about midnight from the regular morning. At eight-thirty he looked Into strain the dam Is standing. that the Jugoslavs look back on a thou :'- New size, tablets 50 size eta.,.
weekly 'meeting ol the police cornmfs the detectives' room andT saw Flynn Seven years of experimenting in Ger- sand years of history. In 1102. Croatiawas ,1)9. or liquid. $1.35.liquid All druggists.$1.00. Large
lion, be found his ex-convict guest up and Angellotl In profound conference.; many lie behind what Is technically Joined with Hungary as an auton- Write Dr.Hcrce'fl Clinic Buffalo,N.Y., for
and waiting for him. "1 had, two burglars Half an hour later be stepped out ofa known as teletensometry. Pressureson omous kingdom under the Hungarian which describes) tie.Invalids Ask for Hotel our and free Cues all

here tonight, about ten o'clock, taxi two blocks from Lanny's house, rock strata In tunnels and mines crown of St. Stephen, and remained so particulars of our work here.I .
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lier at Everglades. He was memberof for storage space. He placedin
the engineering department on it only some shelving like equip-
Published every Friday In Clewiston, RAMBLINGS. Tamiami Trail construction. He has ment that was crowded out in the Energetic young man to

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, traveled through the West and has new location. But evidently some
take special sales train-
Inc. pictures from all of the coun- folks believed it was to be a grocery
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Keathley Bowden, Editor To the well-concealed relief of try.The contrast between the equip- broken Into three times during the ing course and qualifyto

some of the members of the Garden ment and methods used In the Tam- brief time since Mr. King rented It. sell a General Motors
Entered as second class mail mat, Club, the plans for the ladies diamond iami Trail construction and the pres- Nothing was disturbed, but the i
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post ball game Sunday between the ent Lake Okeechobee levee projectis thieves were evidently looking for Product
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under Fats and the Leans did not materialize. startling as revealed by the pic- something of more immediate value I ,
the Act of March :3", 1897. The ladies did not mind playing, tures. The' pictures in 'color made than odd pieces of lumber and store FRIGIDAIRE
but some of those could by no from the air of the hurricane gates counters.ST. .
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. stretch of the imagination! be placedon and the levee are as fine as any I with and .
Advertising rates on application. the, "leans" team didn't relish news reel or other more important MARGARET MARY'S CHURCH cooperation
the Idea commltlng themselves to collection could show. Mr. Nebiker CATHOLIC
Devoted to the advancement and through the authorized
play on the other side. Anyhow, gives informal explanation and
welfare of Clewiston and
Hendry
since the plans for the game fell those in the audience are free to ex- Father F. J. Finnegan, Pastor
County dealer in this territory.
through, the question was not claim or ask questions or give any Confessions before Mass. '
brought to issue. comment on the pictures which occurs Mass on Sunday Morning at 8:30.
I to their minds. Mrs. Nebiker is Mass at St. Mary's Church, Pa Address: It.
"The March wind doth blow" and
we shall have cooler weather if not "We're having the Nebikers and the "operator" of the machine. hokee, at 10:30 every' Sunday BYARS FORGYREFRIGERATION
their pictures over at our house this ---
snow.
evening and want you to come," has The Clewiston News has opposition -
become And if everyone is as enthu- CO
a welcome invitation. The
Sally Hand (emphasis on the J. M. COUSE
siastic about the new paper as we
interesting Nebikers and their inter-
"H") is scheduled for appearance
esting pictures provide a delightful are it may prove serious competi- Frigidaire Distributors
at the Everglades Fair. Counselor nnd Attorney at Law
evening of entertainment. As you tion. Haven't you heard? 'It's the

And now that Dizzy Dean and all know, Mr. Nebiker, a native of "Sixth Grade News", a mimeographed Wednesdays Hopkins and Building Saturdays Tampa Florida.FLORIDA'S .
,
Babe Ruth have cleared up their lit- I I Switzerland (as is his wife) is aj I II paper which the 6th grade is 9:30 to 4:00
tle misunderstanding the world can I I government inspector. He has spent I planning to issue monthly. It sells
before. several in the United States for 3 cents a copy. Here's a few .
go on as years on --- -- -- -
interesting construction and engineerIng items about the first issue. I

Next week is the date for the Ev- work. His hobby is photo The staff consists of: "Editor, .. --

erglades Fair at Pahokee, sponsored graphs and he has some beautifuland Julia Ann Oglesby, Assistant Editor,
each year by the American Legion delightful pictures, scores: ofj I Dicky Owen, Secretary, Alice Cow- GREATEST ANNUAL EVENT 1 !

posts of Belle Glade and Pahokee. which he has had made into slides', art, Reporters, Rest of the 6th 3 4
"
for showing on a screen with a pro- Grade.
Will Rogers, as usual, hits the jecting machine. Many of the slides The March issue gave some P.T.A. DAYS S $\ Y&A( ANIGHTS
nail very concisely on the head by I are colored and as they are mostlyof News, a sketch of the Life of St.

remarking "the one word wrong ,I Florida scenes, the results are Patrick, an original poem on St. I,!
with every one of us in the worldIs beautiful. r Patrick by Dicky Owen (We laughed r L 1. ,1 t .t+1 1
selfishness." Mr. Nebiker was connected with !| when Dicky said he would write a t
I II poem for it, but we didn't laugh

If the present campaign on drunken when he brought it in and he wrote
drivers in Miami is continued it : cabbage and the fields are left with another that we havent printed yet,

will be one of" the pleasantest ,citiesin uncut cabbage, much to the disgust said the 6th grade informant all in

the world in which to operate a of our sense of smell. "Why do peo- one breath) a list of the special ;r
car. ple insist on growing cabbage?" Be- days of March, including birthdays ( L22
cause every so often the cabbage of famous men Ash Wednesday, St.

One of the biggest surprises of shipped from the Everglades bringsIn Patricks Day, and the first day of

the season was when' the grand money by the pocketfull. More Spring (which is March 21st, in

jury discovered gambling going on I power and more cabbage to them! I case you are as ignorant as we MAR CH 0

In Miami.-Wauchula Advocate. were).
We've heard it rumored that slot THE SAFETY PATROL There were some other good
-- things in the 3 of the first
machines are operated in the Ever- I pages
glades.J. The Scout Safety Patrol organized Issue, but we don't want to rave
f among Scouts in the local school over our competitor too much. It

E. Musselwhite of near Fort I by Scoutmaster Arthur King and Isn't good business. But more powerto

Myers killed a wildcat weighing 27 Principal Stanley Is a movement deserving you, sixth graders. It was a good
pounds and 'measuring 56 inches of the full cooperation of every Issue and we hope to be honored Mammoth GrandPhantasmagoria

last week. But that's as near as wo citizen of the area. I with a copy of every one you pub- Parades! !
The Patrol is organized to assistin lish. '
have come to seeing a report of that
lion (or tiger, or whatever animalit the highway safety campaign, par- I HUNDREDS OF SEMINOLE INDIANSIN

was) safari in the Everglades.Cuba ticularly .as .it is applicable to Clew- And speaking of Mimeographedpapers TRADITIONAL TRIBAL RITUALS

iston school children. Recognizingthe our 'attention was called to Sensational! Colorful Thrilling !

in revolution again! It givesa danger of the children walking "The Sanibel Islander", a pleasure ,

sort of uneasy feeling to Florida, along the highway en route to and sheet published every now and then FLORIDA UNDER FIVE FLAGS
from school the I I
patrol has estab-
whose southern tip is close by residents of Sanibel (mostly winter .
so to lished a route which it recommends residents the best could A Glamorous Historical Pageant 302 Persons Gorgeous Costumes .
the island that political we
have easy access to our shores refugees, and to children to avoid congestion along judge). On the last page was a good
I ,
the highway. The children are being
J
the rumbling of martial law there story that attracted our attention : f '
Instructed at school assembly in the
because
may have an echo"closer home. of its local interest, and -- r 1
best route for them to use, and the -
i it
we pass on, believing you will be
parents are urged to assist in every I . . . .
interested. also: .. ............
Jim Lee is :HNNNNNNNHMNMNNN. . . . : ;N: : : : : : :-----.t
amazed that possible to that children
so few way see use I I "Here is a corking story on Gaar
owners have applied for homestead the route laid out by the patrol lead Williams y
the
famous
cartoonistwho
exemption. Perhaps the publicity ers for them.A is spending the winter at Casa :'BLUE: EAGLE FLYING CIRCUSWILL ::

given the lengthy and involved ap- patrol will be stationed at the Ybel. But what makes this story a y
plication and the possibility of val- three streets which intersect the bit better than the average is tr.a ::: FLY AT :::.

uations being raised on assessment highway near the school building manner in which it reached Sanibel. t ,

rolls may have frightened owners during the time when pupils are Well, on with the yarn and then we :y: :V:
: Fred Whidden's Corner
away. going to and from school. will tell how :
you we happened on v
Local law enforcement officialsare to it. y v v

Somehow we can't stomach these behind the movement and will "It seems that Gaar walked intoa ;:;;: 6 Miles South of Moore Haven, 8 Miles West of Clowlston :::
see that the Scout is
jokes about finding excuses to get patrol given mercantile establishment in Fort V y
out nights and leave the little woman proper consideration by motorists. Myers, and much to his surprise, ::: Sunday, March 17, 1935 .:.;::

, home. What we'd like would found himself in that condition that
be a straight month when we didn'thave LAGEST PRINTING JOB faces so many newspapermen, he .. A
y' $10.00 in Cash Given Away to Lucky; Ticket Holder )!.
: to get out a minute after des- was without cash. Out came the t

sert. Man alive! The fragarant old What is perhaps the single trusty check book and "Spin"that's .
i largest :N N:1:N:N:N N:N:N:..:N:N:N N:N:N N:N:N:N:N N:N:H N 11 N:H N N:N:N N:N:H:H:N N:N:N:N N N:N:N:N N:N:N:M:N:M'N :.
, pipe, the comfy slippers and the wife order of printed matter ever pro- I ( how he was known in his
! in, another rocking chair on the other duced began rolling out of Chicagoa early Hoosier days) drew a check.

I side of the fireplace, the radio few days ago, being the spring and He tendered the mauve colored :N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N N:.1'-N:N:N: N .. ..NNN N H NNN ti .
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i going on some decent band music I summer catalogue of a large mail piece of paper to the merchant. That
'. or' real speech like Mr. Roosevelt order house. individual looked at the signatureon : .;. 'i'

It or his estimable wife can make-/ The first shipment to be distrib- the check and said, "Gaar Williams :;: 'sii :

I:'< well, that would be happiness uted, which was only one-third of ? Well, this is sure funny. The -' .. ..
.. .
i : enough." But the breadwinner needs the total filled 102 freight cars and last man that was in here was Doug- t ....'

Ii" must delve when duty calls.-Lees- consisted of 3,000 tons of cata- las Fairbanks and just before him .;ii .X:. 'fft

I burg Commercial. Like so many logues. The entire issue will weigh was the Prince of Wales. How do I
H i.; other stock joke subjects, excuses togo approximately 9,000 tons or 18 know you are Gaar Williams? Gaar :iiii: :i:

I out nights has been run in the million pounds. thought for a moment for a suitable .t.

- ground. Few men find it necessary This supreme advertising effort, identification and, taking a pencil

to hatch up excuses to go out nights, which is being imitated on a some- from his pocket, he hastily drew a t .1
t just a few men really suffer at the what smaller scale by other mail picture of his famous dog, "Zipper"on CASH GROCERYB&B

L hands of their mothers-in-law. But order houses, is directed largely to the back of the check. As Zip Y
Go, the funsters and the jokesters make prospective customers in the smaller per is well known throughout Flor-/ .t. 't.'
I;.", the most of those few. towns and rural sections. It ida as he is in other sections of the

; I means that these large concerns be-J country, the surprised merchant offered f STORES Inc. i

It WHY GROW CABBAGE? lieve that there is trade to be had, his apologies and in a few min- ,
'f' -- and that the way to get it is through I utes Gaar was in possession of the y
Listed prominently among the advertising.In do, re, mi, he was in so much needof. Y t
: smile-wearers the past two weeks combating the encroachmentsof Y

: .''-'' are farmers in the Everglades who the mail order houses, local mer- This story drifted into this officein

I lo \ are shipping cabbage. The market chants have many advantages. The the most roundabout way. Some -: Announcing : il!

I t.El has been steadily rising and it began customer can see the goods beforehe Sanibel residents were observing the
with a price that allowed a nice buys, there are no long waits for dike construction work on Lake A
'17i. .- profit to the grower. delivery, no disappointments or dissatisfaction Okeechobee when the man in charge I l

:,;:: The December freeze and subse- over goods which do not noticed the Sanibel sign on their car. '!:;: Continuance of business at =*:
,, quent cold and unfavorable weather come to that
' up fancy catalogue descrip- He remarked Sanibel was the X
:. has just about cleared the market tions. Quality considered, the local place where Gaar Williams spent the I .

; of any cabbage other than those merchant's prices are usually as winter and on learning the auditors | former location on highway 1_:
'
(_ from the Everglades. Whether it's II reasonable as those of the mail order knew the cartoonist he told them
I for slaw, for pickles or for their house. the story as he had heard it." :

i; rather odorous selves, cabbage seemR' The average local merchant's I: next to Alstons Drug Store =:f:
to find a good sale on Northern handicap consists chiefly in his own The B and B is moving back to
,..
markets. failure to go after trade through its former location, and according :
i'r And when the chief supply is from persistent and adequate advertising, to Dean King, manager, they were :' '
,. the Everglades, It means money inr' and the mail order houses take ad- never so glad to move in their lives. : March 18, 1935 ::

...:. all our pockets. vantage of his failure to use this effective Nothing like being back home again. :s' I .:.
t
That explains the question that defensive and offensive A funny thing in connection with t. A

arises when there is no market for weapon.-Apopka Chief. the move. Mr. King rented a garage :'':...I...I....I...I...I..I...I....f..f...1...1.-f...1....1..1...1...1...1...1...f...1...1...1...f...1...1...1...f...1.......1.......1...1...1...........1...:..1...1...1...1...1...1....1..:..:..:..:..:...::..






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CLEWISTON NEWS ,- PAGE FIVE
FRIDAY, MARCH'15;; 1035: THE ;

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LADIES OF SUNDAY SCHOOL week to compete in the state tourna- !I I pointed temporary president of the '-:'"

CLASS ORGANIZE CIRCLE ment at St. Augustine they did not !I club called the meeting to order, ex- ,
know that the fights in Charlotte plained the purpose of the organization -

Mrs. I. M. Pafford, president of would be held so soon after and had I and called for the election of 3-
the Friendly Bible Class of the Community made no preparations for going on. chairman to take charge of ,the

( Church, entertained the lajics In view of the fact that the Florida I meeting. Carr Settle was made I
; who are members of the class entries in the Charlotte tournamentwere I chairman and had charge of the

with an informal party at her home forced to fight four times in balloting for president, retiring aft- I
Monday afternoon. six days, they made a wonderful I. er Mr. Wilson's election, the president -
conducting the remainder of
Upon Mrs. Pafford's suggestion showing. I
the ladies formed a social. circle Several local fans are making the meeting.

which will hold monthly meetings plans to accompany the Mathis boysto 'y
on the second Monday of' each St. Louis in April with the belief I f
mouth. The next meeting will be on that they: are capable of giving a rteacmg" cccr
April 8th, with Mrs. ,James Bruc. mighty good account of themselves One of the must 'IIIIJlhr: : <]iilltif:; I

hostess. The circle will sew for the in the National tourney., which the average man IHISOSI:; >S t iz ,
,the belief that !lie !Is jihou- the
Sunday School
:Nursery class of the II\'er-1
YOUKG.DE\IOCRATS: ELECT ase.-Ottawa Citlreii..rm .
Those attending the organization PARKER WILSON PRESIDENT I The hsn: c new Ford V-8 instrument paneL In Deluxe oar typestaupe colored to
meeting were Mrs. Bruce, Mrs. Elmer match.iip'ioIjTery! ,steering wheel,and window mouldings. Oil:and fuel gauges,heat indicator
Kranz Mrs. V. A. ,Allen, Mrs. C. airx-i"-, an.I' 'pcc.omclcr.! Instruments grouped for instant reading. .Revolving ash tray
W. McDonald, Mrs. H.: O. Peters. (Moore Haven Democrat) 1 Crt-zy World and lighter. Tuning dial of Ford Radio fits ash tray opening. Separate ?:I.3h.liSbt butted.' ,:
,Mrs. Jas. Boswell, Mrs. Grady Nib Parker T. Wilson, manager of the Windshield control handle in center-convenient glove compartment at right. _
Haven electedby A dot tor itsyiM :sitir pfnpir) .m- tup
Moore
Pharmacy was I
lack' Mrs. Barney: Thomas, Mrs. Alton of pier than those v\ho ore m>11IIl'h ith
Turner, Mrs. Grover Poole, Mrs.E. a large majority as president .. .
may account for some ol the iiilnrit :
the Glades Club of Young
County
C. Mills, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. we have observed.-Florence Herald.
Democrats at the first meeting of
B. E. Herring and Mrs. Victor Em- I
the organization Monday night.
anuel. YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE
The first balloting, with three .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'.:..:.. .:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..: Admit only clean, constructive: news by reading
!Mtt. AXD MRS. BOWDEN ARE candidates ended in a tie betweenMr. :i: :. 'THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITORA
HOSTS AT BRIDGE CLUB: Wilson and F. F. Vorhecs. In ::: New and Used .. '
Daily Newspaper for the Home
the run-off Mr. Wilson received a
It gives all the constructive world news but does not exploit.cr'me'and'
Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden two vote margin to win but the :!. FURNITUREBELLE : scandal Has interesting feature pages for all thefamily on Wotacn'
voting was declared out of order be- Activities, Homemaking, Gardens, Education and Books. Also pages for
entertained members of their bridge ... .. the Children and Young Folks. Vigorous editorials and an interpretation of .
club Tuesday evening with a St. cause one of the associate membershad : new in the "March of the Nations" Column are of special interest to m.n.
inadvertently cast a vote. In ----- ---- -- -- ----'
Patrick's party. High score prize for Mr. Wilson :i: GLADE :: The Christian Science Publishing Society
the second balloting was
ladies was won by Mrs. W. C. Nall I _: x One. Norway Street. Ba: ton. Massechusetta
elected by a wide margin. .. Please enter ray subscription to The Christian Science Monitor for 'a .
and for men by J. M. Couse. period of .
Mr. The other officers elected were as* :i= FURNITURE COMPANY One year $3.00 Three months >2.25
Guests for the evening were s Six months 4.50 One month ISo 1
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and Mrs. W. C. Nall, Mr. and Mrs. F. follows: 1st VicePresident. ; Name.,.......................................................... .............. '
Flanders, Mr. and Mrs. 'J. M. Mrs. Carr Settle, .. ,
Belle Glade
A.' Mack Greene, 2nd Vice-Pres- .;. Florida .i. Street.............................. ...........................................I
ouse, Miss Bertha Gram of Moore .t.
-i ven, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simp- ident. Mrs. Leo Wilson, Secretary- Next Door To Theatre :;: City.................. ,................ ..Stat-!................................ '

son, C. V. Parkinson of Clewistonand i Treasurer.F. X X Sample Copy on Request
Miss Katherine Pittard of Los F. Vorhees, who had been ap ::N:N:N:N:N:N:N:11:N:N:N:N:N:N:N;N:Ii N:N:N:11:N:1i N:1-.:.

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MOORE H..A VEXVOfAN'S:
CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS
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The Woman's Club met Thurs- 4 :xel / .-
day afternoon in a business meeting ,'

for the purpose of electing the

officers for the coming year. Mrs. : .. i
Fred A. Flanders was re-elected

President, Mrs. Carr Settle, First iS .. +x G+fi hS\ n4ra r}: 1
Vice President; Mrs. Duncan

Draughn, Second Vice President; "* .
:
Mrs. I. E. Scctt, Recording Secv" : c > ':,
tary; Mrs. W. C. Nail, Corresponding -
Secretary and Mrs.\ W. L. Bel- !

lamey, Treasurer.At I. \
the close of the business session :
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Mrs. Fred A. Flanders and: ,
i Mrs. E. S. Frey, who'were hostesses; c'
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served delicious refreshments, car- 6 'vr4ti .
rying out a"St. Patrick color scheme.

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1 1HpODAY

MATHTS WINS STATE AND._ _
DISTRICT ,BOXING TITLES ': I
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(Moore Haven Democrat) ;:: I. 'J 1 'ir a. 'a. : Of "',';'I."', J- a' : I- ,) ,' ITy : ",,,; .i"j I

Lindsey boxer. Mathis, and ,winner local of middleweight the re-- 'tI"H 1-5" Ii"' ;'-.. 'l'- : ;;) I'' .'J,

. gional AAU championship in that '
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class in Miami three weeks ago, continued .- 4. ., .
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nament Friday victorious at St.nites Augustine and in the in the,state Thursdayand Atlantic tour- GETS I FACTS: .Instead gf fJp1filoIS ::;,;; :'I


Seaboard tournament in Charlotte, ". '<

N. C., on Monday and Tuesday, win-
'
ning the right to fight in the .National 1
tournament in St. Louis early .truck operators want results-not New weight distribution, obtained by <", :

next month... JL claims. Facts-not opinions. And the way mounting the front springs ahead of the axle .,: .. :

brother Edison, fighting:Mathis, Lindsey's in the younger bantam- to get facts, is to make this on-your-job test and moving the V- 8 engine forward, improves ;;'.:: ::.'

weight class, also was successful, In with your own loads, over your regular routes, operation throughout... ',)-<<
winning the state title at St. Aug- :, : ,.
with driver the wheel. ,
-u>'&Uie but was taken ill with pto-I your own : Ford offers you the exclusive low cost engine "i. ;"

\Q Arune tte and poisoning was under en route a doctor's to care:I We are so confident of the outstanding per. exchange plan and other exchange features :.::; ,:'

while there. Because of this he will formance and economy of the ,new Ford V. 8 that materially reduce maintenance cost. ':.':.,,-"'- ;

also be allowed as runner-up, to I .. truck for 1935 that we will gladly place a ..: : :
fight in the National tournament. On road with load the Ford V-.8 .
any any ;
.t
Lindsey came very near being Ford V- 8 truck at the disposal of any responsible .

eliminated in the last fight at St. I truck operator for an on-your-job test truck lives up to its ,reputation for hauling ;. ,,

Augustine when he lost a very close without more tons, more miles with more satisfaction -
decision to Charlie Ross, of Orlando obligation. \
The verdict was booed by the crowd and at less cost.
The time-proved, V..8 engine 'gives you 80 .,
I but Ross was awarded the belt. Lat- -
' er it was discovered that Ross had full horsepower with the economy of a "four.'* But let your own judgement decide-call '

[r been he was fighting disqualified.as a professional In the first and It gives you speed for fast delivery, power to us for an on-your-job test and then check the 'i/ .

light at Charlotte, Lindsey won a pull the heavy loads. results. :

close decision from a lad named, :',
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Barberle, of Laurensburg, N. C., and _

took the championship on Tuesday U1! f-'nr"" ,:'
night by scoring a third round X/M">>;rnr.o/" &l Ii n&;; : ''
J : :" fl' AI; 0 'I"1'S1" RU'CKS'
knock-out over Herman Hoffman, of : t
Q mJ5
d Ktvmnapolis, N. C. taEW : : ;

i Four out of eight titles in the At ... .. '..&:::::' :;;: -
'', lantic Seaboard Tournament were i .ffi' "' ;"t.:..m; MJt l1W\t .. 4f"'! Easy Terms Through Universal Credit Company-
Plan
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Florida I q,, The Authorized:: Ford Finance
by boys. The four 'S Wf' :" .P& 'v. "
IYt' .
o -es:; represented were Georgia :' <:" r> .it 'i d/S,tff.}f l "l. J ':" ;, ,Vie.+ ON THE AtR-FORD SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SUNDAY EVENINGS ,
.k ; ,r' r : f ; 'r FRED WARING,THURSDAY EVENINGS-COLUMBIA NETWORK. ;
North and South Carolina and Flora \ ;::1

ida. Georgia won one place, N. Car, Z1 .\ {. .. '<'
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\, oUna, two and S. Carolina, one. Win n. ; J'
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: from Florida were: Hugh Hog

I hers crs Rogers, light-heavy, heavyweight:Miami, Miami; ;Oivill-Lind This farming unit to THE finds manufacturing.a FORD place in V-8 almost It has PICK every load up'L B e. II A'V .1'\7'. I i 0_ .4-1rb tJ.. r C 0 A

i sey Mathis, Moore Haven middleweight measures 69 inches in length, 46 inches in width -
'1 : and Scotty McLachlan, Miami and sides 14 inches high. The body $48O 1tI!
\ lightweight. It of welded steel construction. F. O. B. Detroit L, a1.UJe. II e, Florida.
i \\Yhen the legal boys tett l last


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-- .. FRIDAY MARCH is, 1035
PAGE SIX TIlE CLEWISTON NEWS ,

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ternoon when he urged the Tax Col-- Tax: Assessor's Association meeting .

'WiIcl I lectors to point out to all home own- Friday in Tampa passed a similar
I Second Chevrolet
Bill' Drives
Cummings ers and contract title owners who resolution following a conferencewith .
.
desired homestead exemption to file Comptroller Lee. ;'.
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their applications with the Tax ,Assessor .:,",
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imm ediately.
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h. .r. I The comptriller expressed the (Xincrats in Celery f"
opinion that the law would be am- calcium
Iron, potassium, magnesium
I ended to'' allow exemption for homo and phosphorus are found ID celery.;
owners who are not heads of families -

I and for those who are buying
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I homes on .contract-two groups now ,,
::..=;." r" .T':;' J""
I excluded.

"Homestead exemption is new," r You Wreck 'Em
Lee told the collectors. "Like all

other important measures without We Fix 'Em

2 $ { precedent it may be expected to be

I imperfect in its original form. The BODY AND
PAINTING -
x J ""Dh ii I legislature will no doubt clarify and !
FENDER WORK
improve its provision and its appli-
A I cation.. TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY

"No member of the legislature, I

am sure, intended to exclude from Done by An Expert

exemption the owners of homes who Courteous Service

chance not to be heads of families. ,
'
Work Guaranteed.
Neither did the legislators intend
I that the technicality arising from Prices Reasonable.

: ''StZti. ; aa\s r.K wYx '4 J't LV ? a 1 tYy' udwk 'I the purchase of a home on contract,
rather than outright deed, should PIONEERService
deprive the owner of exemption."
Station
The Tax Collectors elected Boyce

; sp ...., '. Williams, Lake, County, President -\ BELLE GLADE PHONE 10 !
$
:LiJCts 'iK fin. ; --.----........... ..........y.--.y...._._'.'0'"V" ".'''''''''''Vii''''''''''',':'''e;'d'toYY: ;:$,c..{%?:3 -.'__,_, ; R. H. Carswell, Duval County -. Wrecker Service at All Hours
Vice President; and Jno. D.
"Wild Bill"Cummings,national A.A.A.racing champion,recently took delivery of his second Chevrolet-a new 1935 Jinkins, Seminole County, Secre- """ ::.I"'I..z'R'J: ''',..,.,,.,, ....=- ...r,"'-' ...."."
Master De Luxe sedan with which he is pictured above. Cummings became a Chevrolet owner following his victory at:
I Indianapolis I ast Decoration Day. In the oval he is shown as he finished the Indianapolis] classic,wearing the new type tary-Treasurer.
crash helmet that was recently adopted by the A. A. A. Contest Board for all racing drivers in 1935. Mr. Daugherty stated that several i
thousand home owners are now denied '-

exemption under the law as ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON

written and that many of these are REQUEST

Latham Pours First was done yesterday.The TAX ASSESSORS 'FAVOR I pathetic cases. .1 ,
AMENDMENT I C. E. STEBEL i
stone and sand are apportioned BROADER IIO)rE "Some of the owners who are in

Concrete in Gate need of every bit of relief they can
at the batcher plant and loaded '
Florida's'Tax Electric I
Collectors' meeting set find themselves barred from tax Contracting
onto trucks., Cement is then laid on in Tampa Saturday took a stand ir exemption because they are alonein
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(Moore Haven Democrat) top of the load in sacks and dumped favor of broadening the homestead the world."I .

The E. H. Latham' Company poured when the truck reaches the mixer. exemption to include all home own PAHOKEE, FLCRIDA
know that the Legislature :izi
the first concrete in the hurri- The concrete is mixed for two min ers and those having contracts fo
and the
drafting the amendment,
cane gate structure, here last Monday utes, dumped into a detached bucket title according to Frank A. Daugh- people in voting the amendment, gent for

morning but were forced to shut which is lifted by a crane into the erty, Tax Collector of Hendry coun- had no' idea of this condition re- GENERAL ELECTRIC'REFHIGERATOrS

down after only a few hours. becauseof forms, and shovelled into place by ty. sulting. The 1935 Legislature should '0 RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES g
The action followed a stirring appeal "
running short of stone. laborers. Comptroller Lee Friday af- correct it. I
by The executive committee' of In/.5 I : satrz -ramtms>cc.....raat
More stone was received Wednes- Several new men were added this

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ._J'...... ;;.; __:'-... ___
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TAX DEED it'-

II I 3 FAMOUS MAGAZINES -I.I.A

I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

That E. B. Butler, holder of Tax ( List of 22 to Choose From) J
Certificate No. 1116, 5th day of -

Sept., A. D. 1932, has filed said r -
certificate in my office and made application AND. _
for tax 'deed to issue thereon -
in accordance with law.' Said cer- : The Tampa sTimes- '
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scribed property situated in Hendry ,
't ll d County, Florida to wit:

/-% / Lot 3 Block 204 Clewiston. ONE YEAR j, --'
A / The assessment of said property r

2' under the said certificate was .in the FOR A DOWN PAYMENT OF $1.00 '

# MSk.f I name Unless of G.said Coffey.certificate shall be redeemed PLUS 15c WEEKLY

according to law, tax deed i
will issue thereon on the 25 day of '
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March, A. D. 1935. THIS OFFER OPEN TO OLD ,

1935.Dated this 22' day of Feb., A. D. AND NEW SUBSCRIBERSSee '

(.SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Hendry County, Florida the Regular Times Carrier or Write Main Office
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every kind, should suddenly Boston Supper Rarebit: One .. .i. .. .t.
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disappear States? What from, no these baked United beans?, tablespoon cups grated butter cheese, one, a and few one-half grains :: :$!: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cask Payment :: :i:.

No limas? No string beans? It cayenne: one-fourth teaspoon salt,
is just unthinkable, and our morale i one-fourth teaspoon mustard, one y f
takes a nose dive at the very egg, one-third cup cream, two tx yh
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suggestion! cans bean-hole beans. :Melt but yy{ : v
However, you needn't begin tog ter, add cheese 2.n 1'cook very yy h
t despondent over any: such a slowly until melted. Add season- yy yyyy Vv y
possibility,: because that is one of injrs. Beat eggs, add cream and
the last calamities that is likelyto ada very slowly to the cheese,
happen to ul>. cooking until smooth, stirring y xf
constantly. Pour at once over hot
In tho first place the bean crop : xx
beans. Serves sb. y
is one of the largest and most ; +
Lima Bean Salad: One ,8-ounce xx
generally produced of all our y A
lima beans, tablespoon
can one vY
vegetables, and in tub second .. A _.
choprvsd onions, one-fourth : :i: .
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cup I : .:.
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always a huge store of reserves.Pelicicu's : .
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French dressing two slices bacon I } '' '
Been Recipes; (fried), six leaves lettuce. Drain X
beans, add onion, celery and cu ,
So, just to soothe your' feelings cumber, and marinate in the ::: + ::: :;:
and make up for the horrible i Jd.- French dressing! for at least ono I .. ::: .i.

f' that we put into .your mind iu hour. Add bacon broken or cut I :i: ,.t1. rt ;t 4 x L ::: :.i"t:
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... "A front seat ride for hack seat passengers." This is the essence of the Ford Comfort Zone story? I II
j: The passengers arc crsc:wd beta the springs on the new longer U}"1prioglnse. The rear scat II
Clewiston Ho
I". passengers are moved ahead of the axle-a feature-which many of the Urgcit cars do not offer. New ue BuUding Association H
-I and more perfect weight distribution in this year's Ford V-3 eliminates "pitching", .while.Ford'*
exclusive Tree Action on All Four Wheels permits individual wheel and spring action over obstructions ..
f without transmitting the shock of impact to the passengers. New, large size air balloon tires complete I ::: .:. PHONE 102 3,..
: the picture of Comfort Zooe seating,10 $rve one of the smoothest rides oo the American,highway today. !; .i' ,

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FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1886 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE SEVERN \ +

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:":*.:*.:"X N MMXMH N:N:N:N:N:N:N:**:.:N:N:M::;.* C. Nelson, R. C. Baird, C. C. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH I W.. C. Owen, Mrs. ,H. A. Eestpr, Mjs..1-| [ j I I

1' .s. Schrontz and A. H. Brown of Jack- Sunday, March 17, 1935 R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. C. F. Train ,ri'/ii

::: Personal I Mention :;:' sonville office of U. S. Engineerswere Rev. D. Jenkins Williams, Minister) or, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs E. L. '

i i here on business the first of Stewart, Mrs. J. 'E. McLure, IIn | I
: -: : ..:..:--.x..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..V:. the week. 9:45 a. m. Sunday School. J. F. 'Tippey, Mrs. N. C. Storey, Jr.: I t Cxplains: the marve.1oasW7/forcf

E. E. Kelly was a business visitor 10:45 a. m. Junior Church. Mrs. A. L. Taylor and Miss Edna i S amazing Treatment relief.which Sold is on bringing Ironcladmoneypact
6:30 p. .m'. The Pioneers, Miss Lock- I @ ,
d. In West Palm Beach Tuesday.L. Mrs. A. L. Taylor and Miss Edna Dieyer of LaBelle. fruarantaa .
hart, Supt. PRICELESS
Dreyer of LaBelle were visitors in Joining the players at the tea INFORMATION j
7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Sub- -for those suffering from
O. Gravely of LaBelle was in Clewiston Tuesday afternoon, at- tea hour were Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, y' ps STOMACH OR DUODEN L '
Clewiston on business yesterday.. tending a bridge party given by Mrs. ject: "The Great Magnet. Mrs. M. W., Bigg, Mrs. Martha Ludo-:: ? 6 TION ULCERS ACID, POOR DYSPEPSIA.DIGES

kens and Mrs. N. C. 5S SOUR STOMACH,
Harry Turner. Storey, Sr. GASSINESSHEARTBURN. .
P.-T. A. 'TO ELECT OFFICERS .CON-
Miss Eva Mae Green spent the AT I STIPATION DAD BREATH
I MEETING HELD TODAYOf SLEEPLESSNESS OR HEADACHES
week-end with her parents in Plant William' Gerig of Washington: D. JUNIOR MCCRACKEX: : HAS DUE TO EXCESS ACID.Aek -

City. C., was,. in Clewiston on business this chief business interest at the PARTY FOR FIFTH BIRTHDAY are Authorized for at'rea copy Willard of VSlltard's Dealers.Message. w.

week. Mr. Gerig is connected with meeting of the Parent-Teachers As- Alston Drug Co.. Clewiston, Fin.
Mrs. George A. Yon of South Bay the office of chief of engineers, U. sociation this afternoon will be the

/ I. spent Wednesday visiting friends S. Army, in Washington.Mr. annual election of officers. Nomina- Junior McCracken and number -.--.-....-_..._...._____._...__.__......,......_____n.n____._ ',
of his friends celebrated his fifth
here. tions will be presented by a, nomin- . . .vv ... . .... <
I birthday at a' party. at his home Fri
and Mrs. Fred Flanders and ating committee and the names will :!: :i:
I Mr. .and Mrs. B. E. Herring were day. Games were played and every- 'EV'BRGLADBS
daughter Phyllis of Moore Haven, be' voted upon by all members pres. ? +
shopping in West Palm Beach Sat- one especially enjoyed songs and, recitations -
urday. and Mrs. Flanders' sister, Miss : ent. by the guests. ::2;: FUNERAL ::

Katherine Pittard of Los Angeles, The following program has. been 's' ..i.y .
Junior received
visited friends in Clewiston Sunday.Cy prepared: many lovely gifts.
Mr.. and Mrs. C. W. McDonald "Gee Whiz, 'When Mother Washer His guests were Gracie Ward, Jo :;: HOME _;: ,
were: business visitors in Miami Saturday Ann Crouch, Harriet and Carol Joy .s. ",
Me", by Jon Vic Emanuel. ..
Cruze, Beder Nail, Tom Shel- {. '
? Alston Barbara Ann Trainor
Peg-
ley, Russell Whiddon, H. O. Peters Talk-"Our Children and Their Lawler :;: Licensed Funeral Directors :s:
WUght
Nancy Eleanor
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i 'Y'Mrs. Ag Wood of New Port Richey and Coburn Moore were among Parents" by Dr. D. J. Williams. Percy, Mary Louise Thomas, Mar- ;;% and Embalmers ;+
those who attended' the diamondball Music. .: .t
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visited Mrs. Robert Christopher here jie McCracken, Junior Mills, Bobbie .s.i
this !'.'Week. game In Fort Myers Tuesday even- Talk-"Play, and the School Smith, Bobbie Lawler Sonny :i;: Ambulance Service ::: '..
ing. Child and His Money", by J. E. /2. .
Beardsley.ST. Vaughn, Marion Roberts, Sklppy' :: : ;.
F. Williamson 'and daughterof Cothern, Harold Barrentine, An- .. CLE'VISTOX, nONE 328 .;. '
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Fort Myers were visitors here Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle enter- I'r1TItCII'S thony and Billy Toulis, Richard I y
Monday tained with dinner party Wednesday BRIDGE AT Knight and Fred Gary and Jimmy .s' PAHOIillE' PHONE 2301 "% .
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," evening, the guests being Mr. MRS. TUnXER'S'I1oxons GUESTS Sheffield of West Palm Beach. I IN"! "..'.NNWN.. .. .. .. .. ..NNN.. .. ..NNN.. .. ......111NN.. .. .. ............................:... -, '.i
I C.,' C. Black and C. J. Allen of and Mrs. N. C. Storey, Jr., Mrs. N. C.

Lakeland were business visitors here Storey, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mrs. H. H. Turner was hostess at I 4
, Thursday.Mrs. Turner. a pretty St. Patrick's' bridge Tuesday

I afternoon in honor of her houses, :.:.:::.,..

M.. Crosby of Lakeland spent Among the visitors here this week guests, Mrs. N. C. Storey, Sr., and : '< )glkiw.. Successful: I old in ''
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the week-end here with friends and from Northern states were Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Storey! Jr.

t relatives. Mrs. J. H. Taylor of West Roxbury, Carrying out a color scheme of [ : ?JPREVENTING Colds

Mass., Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Kamerer green and white, the living rooms ,.

Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Baker of Jack- of Dubois, Penn., and W. K. Cox of of the attractive Turner home were -: :.f=jfJ==w/t.
At the
first nasal irritation sniffle
K'M;:jK or .
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ronville) were in Clewiston yesterday i Peoria, 111. decorated with baskets and vases. of ':
i: on business. white gladioli, white snapdragons : ;fP'H 11l. 'xA: x apply Vicks Va-tro-noI-just a few drops. :
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j 'Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Storey, Jr., baby's breath and fern. c ...,,..;(7: '. .::.........qh flr. Used in time, it helps to avoid many : 'J1'J1w. :

.' Mr. and Mrs. Dave G. Alston were and Mrs. N. C. Storey, Sr., of Miami First prize for' bridge was won <*>:i&-1;y-! P.: colds entirely. (Two sizes: 3oli. soli.) :
I business visitors in West Palm spent a few days here this week as I by Mrs. Fred Hill, a lovely pair of J

\ Beach Thursday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner. flower vases. Mrs. F. Deane Duff

!> The Storeys are former residentsof received a pretty luncheon set for ..11__ :

H. Duval.. T. E. Markette and L. Clewiston.Rev. second high score. Low, a novelty

f A. Wells attended; the Florida Derby sachet, was presented to Mrs. B. A.

in Miami and Mrs. S. R. Ferguson and Bourne. Mrs. C. ''F. ,Trainor made ,
r Saturday. --------- --- --

[. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Scotton of Ce- the lucky cut and was presentedwith .:H N H NON N:..:N:H N:N:N:11:N H..:..:N N:N N:N N:N N:N H:.1:N:N:N:..:N N:N:N:N:N:N:1i oe N 1.:N:..:N:N:11:NIN:N:N:1
r L. C. Pearson left Thursday fort dar Rapids, Iowa, were callers on linen guest towels. The two 1 ?

Cedar Rapids, Iowa, after spending Reverend and Mrs. ,D. Jenkins Wil- honor guests received attractive ::: HAVE YOU SEEX THE NEW :::

( a week here on business. liams at the Presbyterian Manse on compacts.At :: WILLIAMS ICE-O-MATIC ::
t Monday. Another delightful guest of ,the tea hour dainty refresh- "

i Miss Anna Barber of West Palm the Williams' was former Mayor ments were served, consisting of *: America's Most Economical Electric ::: '

1 Beach visited friends In Clewiston 'James J. Johnson, of Columbus, green mint ice cream in shamrock I :

..' Wednesday: and Thursday.Mrs. Ohio, who surprised Dr. Williams by design molded in a block of white ::: Refrigerator ::

walking into the Church ,for the I cream and white and green cakes. :r:: .. Can :be purchased with no money down and as low as ::=
H. C. Keenan and little Sunday evening service. Dr. Williams Playing were Mrs.. Fred Hill, Mrs. .
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daughter of Moore Haven were .visitors was not aware that Mayor H. T. Vaughn, Mis. B. A. 'Bourne, $7.75 per month.

! in Clewiston Tuesday. Thomas was in Florida. The visitorwas Mrs. G. C. Pooje, Mrs. J. ''Y'. Ezelle, 4 I
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I enroute to Miami'. for a short va Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. F. Deane ,. CLEWISTON RADIO SHOP

\ ", :Mr. and Mrs. M.\ M. Achard and cation.IS Duff, Mrs. C. W McDonald, Mrs. 1.1 Authorized R. C. A. Victor Sales and Service +

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hill of Fort My- H. R. Hall, Mrs. W. C. Hooker, I 1
Mrs.\ ;a: Clewiston Drug Co. Clewiston, Florida :%
I ers were visitors here Monday. Mrs. Dave Alston, G. B. Rack-

I YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? I 1 I straw, Mrs. John B. Dotterer, Mrs. '<.:+.................................:................................................................................................................................................. ......'........ f\
Mrs.'O. F. Schiffli and Mrs. Richardson I I i .1
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I' West Palm Beach Saturday. !

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Grant Florida, are spending the ,: ': '
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: Sunday to visit with relatives' in Ji!. tl: 1 : I
.:, '::'-, .. t !.1 ,( W 'm': :;,} Y.' :W .v 1
; New York' City for a few weeks. ; ,xm: ;.:. $ ., ,. <<< J
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:. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egley were \1 ; .. w.f.? : ."',;:g'Jt / W if > r '' : !
: '''Mrs. .Jol' "r] : o.If?'. '" ., ,,.,,' .. :
guests of in '
\ ;> Egley's parents f ZO; I i'; .. I
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. r",<:.'. Mrs. H.: R. Hall, Jimmy Hall and ), ) : i "> ; .
,'-' :" Mrs. Robert Christopher were shopping ,j. ', / '. ). ( "'. .-q. ;I; : >11' .I ': *, \
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'' in West Palm Beach Saturday. .'..: : colt''i,1itt: t "i .,.'" :jrj, 'J :-L 'c" -- "i. :"" -<110; : w >: ) : ; ": ; 'Y I
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:i>. Sam Heath is leaving today for 1 e. _I 0 ; :

. );::' Pahokee and he is entering the employ ."' V'a M fm.: """.":' .@j. \\t"1-7.J l. .i@ : : .
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of the Alston Drug store there. '' ',> r.> :%: 'II"Jl)iii1,r JW,.,",:. j


..' Mr. and'Mrs. M. H. Crouch, R. L. ., ".:.,", ',,., ,_. \. &P,, @'. ; I : rk: o 1.1 'o' t a- r-: ': j',, ( jTqo I 't 0 e. Q.i
:->: Coker and Miss Sue Maxwell were ,:tt'9'' / 1{ ::: !A I {( r. '.: .}

In Miami Saturday attending the ...:.:J .;,: )(: '?{; r. IJ 1 '4 :r il W{ 'b'{: .... ; f ,,.7'r4r :;t'w,
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races.. ." ,, : -l ,.. jff (. g' .).a .' :w m, J .:.
THE NEW :. iX' &t ,:, %i 2?<1 r.rlJ )iI } .
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k r ;' Mr. and'Mrs.. M. A. Rexford and STANDARD CHEVROLET ,

.' ', Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Labagh of De- World lowest-priced Six . .. < '. .: ; : '\ PE.A1.IR ADVERTISEMENT
Land were here on business this the x:- .< 'Y '. i\\\
giving brilliant
most 1
performance 41" ; ; ov $ And so, when you decide "
week. ':'
and greatest operating ,:x. :: : : .'. ,,=,/, ':. : "
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-- economy ever offered by \ + .v- : .:<<" .... .( : to ybou y your new car, may
'., J. H. Peeples and son, J. H., Jr., Chevrolet. featuring Body .'' we suggest that see and drive these

.. .: of Citrus Center, and daughter, Mrs. by Fishervith No DraftVentilation .- :
: _"' ", ."', 1935 Chevrolets. You will find that ,
Ag Wood of New Port Richey, were ) Improved -- ." .oj:. ., ;. vb.o;..... they !

in Clewiston yesterday. MasterBlue-FlameEngine... THE NEW STANDARD COACH-$47S'- give much more quality than you are

\... Extra-Ruggcd X Frame AND UP. List price of New Standard Roadster at Flint accustomed to getting at Chevrolet prices.Much .
.': Messrs. Charles and F. Loeb, Har- Pressure-Stream Oiling $46 L9 Mich.,$465. With bumpers spare tire and tire lock ho list ,

ry Barr and William Sim of Urbana, Cable-C on t ro II e dB ra k ea. priccis$20ndditional.PricesquotedinthisD.dvertisement are list at Flint and are subject to change without notice. more beauty-much more abilityto

Illinois were recent visitors of Mr. I R.,. .k serve long and dependably-and much
and Mrs. 1'':'. M. Wright. '
I' :-' wk more performance. Yet the New Standard

I i Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Morrison, who THE NEW ? Chevrolet is the world's longest-priced
MASTER DE LUXE CHEVROLET
I have been making their home at The aristocrat e' '4,. %l > six. And the Master De Luxe Chevrolet
the Watanabe, left a few days ago of lowpricedcars .
for Texas, their former home.G. the only car that also is offered at exceptionally peconomical rices.
brings all of the
you following
Moreover, these are the most
E. Etherton is advantages:Turret-Top Body
attending a Ford
by Fisher (with No Draft Chevrolets ever: built. Come in-see them
Sales and Service School : r
being held
Ventilation) };nce-Action
at the Jacksonville branch of the x today!
Blue-Flatno Valve-in-]
Ford Motor company this week. Head THE MASTER DE LUXE COACH-$580
Engine with Pressure-
-i.ti. CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY
''. Stream Oiling Cable- AND UP. List price of Master Do Luxe Coupe at Flint,
: T. E. Frazier of Orlando, district ) Mich, $560. With bumpers, spare tiro and tire lock, DETROIT, M I C II I G A N
.J Controlled Brakes ShockProof the list price is $25.00 additional Prices quoted in this
superintendent of the Western Un- Steering. advertisement are list at Flint endaro subject to change Compare Ch 'ro ct.' low delivered prices and rosy C.M.AC.''
ion Telegraph company was a busi- without notice Knee-Action optional at $:0.00 extra. terms. A GttlNolfotor.. I'alue.

ness visitor in Clewiston Thursday.


Mrs. Elmer Kranz spent Wednesday S Clewiston Motor Co. -

afternoon In Moore Haven attending '

a Sunday School class meeting -

I held at the home of Mrs. I. E.

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, MARCH 15, 1935

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:; Strong Appeal1n ,


ups Braided Rag RugBy ,


OUR COMIC SECTION GRANDMOTHER CLARK : ,,


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FINNEY OF THE FORCE &Wntm T.d O'Loutklia N..i,.,.r>\.>.. Covered. i I

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OFFICER/THIS- MAN ':iusT So WILL I BE P SUPPOSE NOW I i

RAN! up A BIG I TEMPORARILY OUT OF _/"THIS MOM WUZ To

BILL AND NOW our F FJMDS" FUMDSVJlTH. 31 ST WROiTe: HIS

DOCTORDon HE SAYS HE HAS REALLY OFFICER 'PHIS NAME ON 1'K' WALL

NO MONEY To PAY j'1- COME BACK KIND OF AN' 'H' AMOUNT I

had been Interested In watchingthe ,Np PAY BUSINSS "'flLL( HE COMES
doctor at his work while attendinghis -"
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mother In a recent Illness. '
One day shortly after her recovery 3

Don said: I
"Mother. I want to look In your IL
'G j agTh\ Braided rugs appeal to many rag
mouth like the doctor does.
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I makers because the work is sImple '
His mother, humoring him, com 'r
piled with his request. After consId- and requires no tools. They, however <
are not as durable as the crocheted '
erable scrutiny, the little boy remarked
: rug owing to the fact that.the

"Well, mother, I can't see where your Gam/ ,braided strands are sewed together,
tongue comes from."-Indianapolis and for this reason'we advise to sew
News. with a strong waxed thread. '
l llWRoi' The above "Pin Wheel" rug meas-

A LOT OF DOUGH ures 35 Inches and requires about 4
pounds of cotton rag rug materiaL

& (Ez e The center section has a black back-
'po l'T WANT J BUT EVERYBODY '
WoUL N'IYCAUSE DER ground' and the 3 section design 18
MY WALLS NAMES white. The outer circle and Inner
I 1 WOJJLP BE
MARKEP 1'ift17v. MY OVERCOAT center are of hit-and-miss mixed
THERE NANCIN' OVER vT -// A \ colors.
I UP---- (E2 COME BACK// rS| Cut strips 1% inches \vide. Fold ,

edges under and then fold again td

+ ont make a strip about one-half inch _-
o oi wide. Use three strips In braiding. ?
Start in the center and sew 8 rows

, l of braid around,' keeping work, fiat.
5 Start next row on opposite side of

z where the previous row ended. Work
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around, changing colors for 9 rows,
as illustrated. To change color sew
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/ strips of new color desired to' the

ones in use. Start again at different
Clara-One must know a lot to run 0 J place for 8 outside rows, then sew'on

one's automobile. l I I Im ''the last row separately. This rug
' Frank-Not necessarily; but one has 26 rows. '
,)
,,' must have a lot. If you are interested In makingrag

weetern Newspaper IIIl10nTHE ''rugs, send 15c to our Rug De
'': Mystery Solved partmentfor book No. 25, which con-
L- Stage ,Manager-Have you solved tains 26 rugs in braiding 'and crochet. .
,. the mystery of Miss La Belle's missIng Instructions are given with, each rug,
y'. costume? FEATHERHEADS By O.born Optical Illusion also directions for
.... .Q W.llem:>e.Jplpu unrol braiding and crocheting -
Detective-No, but I've found the rugs and how to prepare,your

'-"" handkerchief of the person who stole WHAT ? WHY, FELIl-You HAVE"' WHAT WERE YoU rags'Into strips to get the best results.
it. ADDRESS-HOME CRAFT CO.-
A BLACK EYE"/ I THouGHT
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-. Stage Manager-Why, that's no handkerchief -polNes 2 OUTWlTM. DEPT C, Nineteenth and St. Louis
- YOU WEREN'T OUT
'f. That's Miss La Belle's cos- GOlUG StJoW avenue, St. Louis, Mo.
OF THE HOUSEi--AND THEM{
" tume. Inclose
. THE CHILPKEN ? a stamped addressed en-'
You velope for reply when writing for any
t:'i' Uplift 'Information.
,
I BUMPED l WASN'T .
;;.,': "Are you going to lift your voice In
the next congress?" '4 11' ON iHFDOOR I :rU5T---.-
: "Of course," answered Senator Sorghum \ FITTING NO OBJECT : ,

b t., "If I am permitted to do so." WASN'T' o T '1
i,'' "And if not?" 2=Y 't An ,old negro recently approached
\', "I'll smile on in silence. If I can't l a relief worker and asked for cloth-

: \ raise my voice, I can at least have ) j : HOusE/r Kth////-( ing. He particularly wanted 'a pair .
,'., my face lifted." :::::3 : I of pants. ,
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r..' I '"What size do you wear?" he was '

1tti::, Not Kicking 5' t asked.
"
,_ "Doesn't It depress you to read about I "- oOt ocA "

: so many tragedies in a newspaper?" [ I I "I'm afraid I don't have your size,"
(, "No" it makes me feel grateful thatI b l she informed him. "The smallest I

i _' am alive at 'all. i have Is a size 50."

.' ,. "Well, that's all ,right. You see.
., Double Miss, we ain't much for fittin'
Loss so 03
t' First Burglar need eye-glasses. OR. PIP *
r- Second Ditto-What makes'you thinkso THE CIGAR STOREAND -TBLL ME JUST: 'DARLING--l

? GET INTO ANOTHER WHERE, "toti vT SHOULD HAVE Fallacies

t, '. First Burglar-Well, I was twirling rp T GIlMENT 2 "They are getting fallacies ,even
;, the knobs of a safe and a danceorchestra 5oTTHAT -TbLD YOU AT Into nursery rhymes," said Farmer
" SHINER I FIRST- THAT iWASN'T '
began to play. TMH DOOR8UMPED I CorntosseL .
' OUT O "It's as serious as that?" .
INTO l TD -
Quick House "Yes. sir. When you're ordered to
t: "Are you an expert mathematician:: ?" J THE ,, i iI kill off porkers, what excuse is there
r t "Well," answered Senator Sorghum for saying, ''This little pig went to
t:'' "I'll say I'm quick at figures. I can market'?"

\. add up several billions In the time it I .
'. takes to vote 'aye'" \ 4 I Spoke With Authority

.- Brown-I must give up tobacco or .
' The End 1 liquor or I won't live six months I '
i: "What became of that hired hand Jones-Nonsense I Who says so -
u;, you got from the city?" rY4 your doctor?

"He used to be a chauffeur ,and the Brown-No, my wife; she's twiceas
: Idiot crawled under a mule to see why efficient and dangerous as a doctor
;.: It wouldn't go." \ir.
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'F i
I Whoa! EASY MONEY Hanged If You Do, I

?r The family, driving downtown, "Will you vote' to abolish capital
\ stopped suddenly at an intersection as punishment?" I
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a red signal flashed on. fl "No. Capital punishment was good I

,;. Little Perry stood up and looked enough for my father and Ifs good
. 14 U) around puzzled: J. = enough for me."-Automobilist.
"What do we have to whoa for?" he I Ii ,
, =- asked.-Indianapolis News. f i
1-y; : y What You'd Expect ,

So It Goes "How much hall we sue him for In Bangle-I went to see a spiritualist
"Pay your taxes with a smile," advised that breach of promise suit-5:!O.UOO1" esterday. I

' Mrs. Gotrocks. "No. You had better make It $10- JIngle-Any good? !
"1 should love to," said Miss Comely 000. He might change his mind." Bangle-Oh, just medium!
":' "Ah, Miss Egg. "but "
they Insist on cash. < x
: "Don't speak to me, you're entirely. i
V And That Was That 1 1t
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too fresh.
DIRTY TRICK "I can't understand that fellow," WOOZY I

. said the first one. "Why, he's such a --
A Good
Boy"I boob he doesn't know which fork to
don't like the looks of that little when he is invited out to
use a swell
I
boy you were playing with today. You Q dinner."' I II II
mustn't play with bad little boys, t II I f. I
you "
; "Maybe not, retorted the other one, I
know. "but he's wonderful at forking over, I '
"Oh, but he Isn't a bad little -
boy,
and that's something the tightwad you / &
mother. lie's good. He's been to ::1 married doesn't know anything about. ,
the reformatory school twice and I 1 1F oe I

they've behavior let!t" him out each time for good h.. Waters of Finance 2 I

1 I "Did you not put by something fora
4
.Water and Ice rainy day?" t
Teacher=What Is the most 'striking "How did Uobson' luse his money' ?" "I saved several millions," answered'

alteration when water becomes Ice? I "He put It In his wifo's name and Mr. Dustin Stax. "But I was looking I "Do you feel sick, Mr. Candle?" I
Pupil-The enormous rise In price. I then she divorced him." for a rainy day not a deluge." "Yes, I feel kinda Ugni.headed." I



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ROME'S UPS AND DOWNS thoughts nor to measure words, but

IMPROVED pour them all right out Just as they PARKER'S
I I HAIR BALSAM
BRISBANETHIS UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL. Probably no city In the world has are, chaff and grain together, knowing Remotes Dandruff-Stop.HaIr hIDIrc

,.' bad fluctuations In population com- that a faithful hand will'take and Impart Color andBautytoGraandFadedRalr.
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parable to the varying census rec- sift them, keep what Is worth keep- 60s and Jl,00 DraraUU._

,:, WEEK SUNDAY (LessonBy ords of Rome, writes G. R. Turner In Ing, and with the breath of kindness FLORESTON fftanxChem.Wke.SHAMPOO-Ideal Pllun for ir1 eN.T.cua fa

4 the Kansas City Times. At the time blow the rest away.-John Oliver eonnectionwith Parker's Hair Balsarn.Makes the
hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or at drnverista.
( REV. P. B. FITZWATER. D. D.. of the birth of Christ, the Eternal Hobbes. > .Hiscox Chemical Works.Patchogue.N.)
Member of Faculty Moody Bible
city numbered approximately 1,200-
What Is Ahead? Institute of Chicago.)
Western Newspaper Union. 000 Inhabitants. A. steady decline
:', ;. :Muscles Soon Old In population began, however, when
How Calotabs NatureTo
The Moon Pulls Us Lesson for March 17 the city fell under the attacks of Help ,

1 i To Toughen Your LegsIn barbarians In the Fifth century :

1914! as the world gradually PETER DELIVERED FROM PRISON I dwindling In the Middle ages to a Throw Off a Bad Cold

moved toward war, no one In Europe mere 20,000 citizens. In 1031 the

realized what wasFace LESSON TEXT-Acts 12:1-19. million mark: was again passed, but Millions have found In Calotabs a1: Second, Calotabs are diuretic to the 1\'\
happening or going GOLDEN TEXT-But. prayer was Rome still ranks as only the second most valuable aid In the treatment kidneys, promoting the elimination ':4.
io happen.In made without ceasing of the"' church most populous of Italian cities, first 4 of colds. They take one or two tab- of cold poisons from the blood. Thus ;'.
1935, as this unto God for him. Acts 12:5b. position belonging' to Milan lets the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of <
PRIMARY TOPIC-How Peter Was third or fifth night if needed. a purgative and diuretic, both of
country moves Freed From Prison. How do Cwlotabs help Nature which are needed in the treatment! '
the resultof TOPIC-How Peter Was De- V
JUNIOR
toward A FriendOh throw off a cold? First, Calotabs are of colds. .
various theories, Ilvered From Prison.INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- one of the most thorough and dependable Calotabs are quite economical: 'f.
the
the comfort inexpressible
,
experiments and ,, of all Intestinal ellmlnants, only twenty-five cents for the family
IC-How Prayer Helps. comfort of feeling safe with a person ten cents for the trial -,.
efforts, nobody has YOUNG PEOPLE::AND ADULT TOPIC I thus cleansing the Intestinal tract of package,

; the vaguest Idea of -The Power of United I:' Prayer. ,*,(iI.)' having neither to weigh the germ-laden mucus and toxlnes. package. (Adv.. Ji;,

what Is really about. "
to happen. The young church' had met and'over- '

; Almost anything come'some serious difficulties. She

I might happen. It first had to face religious persecutionat Along came Ruth..

is possible, and the hands of ,Jews. Then came Vn- _

fortunately probable -. ternal troubles as to the support of ,

that what hasArthur certain ,,;widows. The separating wall
Drlsbnne happened before of Pharisaical legalism was ,brokendown : DICK I HATE TO DROP RUTH, IP YOU'0 MAR.O/ F.>..

will happen again, that business and in the admission of Gentiles Into YOU FROM THE TCAftAr ':f 3AV- WHAT IS ,ME I'D 1 QUIT COLLEGE TOwBO is SHE TOPARTICULAR

industry will gradually find their wayEf" the church, but finally she had to meet BUT YOU'LL NEVER THI5, ANYHOWMAKEANATHLETE MORROW ANP60 TO WORK.' .;y:> 6E ?

back to normal, and, with officially the naked sword of civil authority. BASEBALL TEAM .:{}.., WHEN SNE REFUSES

..0< I" shortened hours making labor_scarce, Through all these tests she was more UNTIL YOU GET RID OR I COURSE IN) I'D YOU y } TO MARRY VOUTHE
: MAP.RY IN A
the slogan may change from "Let the than conqueror. OFTHAT BAD TEMPER I :.>o- SOCIAL GRACES? : MINUTE DICK IF VOU lfl

government support me" to "Give mea I. Peter's Imprisonment (vv.. 1-4). ,

chance to work: and climb to the 1. By whom (v. 1). Herod, the WEREN'T SUCH A 6ROUCH. V"6UTI ::f. ': .:;
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'op." grandson of the wicked Herod who REMEMBER WHAT

That may come, and something very slew the innocent children of Bethle MOTHER WeNTTHROU6H.6ECAUS6 ..

(,.'"(. ... lifferent may come. hem. His half-sister, Herodias, securedthe n OF.DAD'S' BAD ca'-

'!J :,l" Once in so often It Is necessary for death of John the Baptist. DISPOSITION
:, '
:-,:;),..-, ,. nations and Individuals to learn wisdom 2. The reason (v. 3)). It was to gain .
,.,.-.-. through first-class failure. That the favor of the Jews. Herod was nota 7'4 'p f.

may be on the, program for this coun- Jew but an Edomite. Therefore, he

t try at this moment. The, wise man knew that his success was dependentupon '

+ ',' will make his arrangements. his having the good will of the' / N (
i/
, -" .. Jews. He seems not particularly to 7;is

s i :'- :0', Time passes quickly ; age comes soon have hated the church, but to have

('. :. if you depend for success on muscles, loved popularity, for the sake of whichhe

< :: : legs, arms or eyes. Fifteen years ago manifested a deep sympathy for

:,..: Babe Ruth, "home run king," was degenerate Judaism. Since the church

m.t .- ; bought by "the Yankees" for $125,000, had so developed as to be a successful (! '

:J < I highest price ever paid up to that rival of Judaism, he saw an opportunityto

:;...; :': time for a baseball player. Now, only curry favor with the Jews by put- t

:,. forty-one years old, he Is released and ting forth his hands against It

:tf' :', goes to the "Boston Braves," who are 3. The method (v. 4). He was arrested OF COURSE THERE WAS SOWS fwHATA WOMAN !, 'VOU PROBA6LV HAVE COFFEE-NERVES/1I L CURSES/
: EXCUS6 FOR FATHER' HE HAD WHEN HER FATHER WHV DON'T YOU GIVE UP COFFEE LIKE I'VE' LOST
-#,, not asked to pay even a penny for the put into prison and guarded by ,

\w;':: : ', t. man that has drawn millions of men sixteen soldiers, one group of four HEADACHES AND iNDIGESVtO1J HAD'EM SHE WAS DAD DIP, AND SWITCH TO POSTUM ,,-, ANOTHERVICTIM : }'.

./ i,1 ..: ;;"4 and dollars to the club that "owned" for each watch of the night Humanly .. AND DIDN'T SLEEP WELL 50RRV FOR HIM.,,, ; FOR 30 DAYS ? ; /

}'': ) him.: speaking It was Impossible to escape. WHEN VOU HAVESHE'S CONFOUND '
}
.' : They had doubtless heard of Peter's GLAD OP IT. WELL...IT MUST HAVE HELPED 'F; THAT I ,

; .: : As we go around the sun, with the escape from jail before, so they thought yoUR OAO... .HE'SNOTGROUCHV CERTAINLY '?< MEDDLING ,

,. moon circling ,round ,our little earth, they would take no risks this time. GOOD GRIEF, RUTH..p ?v :>>> NOW I, I BELIEVE CO-ED! .

'. '.>. and our sun doubtless revolving around However, they reckoned without God.II. > '? DON'T yOU REALIZE '

f some other great central star unknownto The Church of God In. Prayerv. IHAVE'EM.TOO ? RI:1 ; :

us, the moon' Is always pulling at ( 5)). fc \

'. 1;' the earth, as a child pulls at Its moth The church was at a crisis. James,

'::'r- ::/" er's skirt That 'pull gradually causes one of the brethren of the church, was A

'"',;> the earth to "slow down" In speed, dead and Peter, the most prominent

turning' on its axis. of ,all, was in prison. In this desperate -

. Doctor Nicholson, astronomer at'Wilson strait, they betook themselves to

'i' observatory, says this constant pull prayer. This was a noteworthy prayer.

', of the moon will eventually make the 1. It was unto God. All true prayerIs

earth turn so slowly that Its day will unto God.

':, .::, be 47 days long Instead of 24 hours. 2.' It was united prayer. There Is j TI

; .'.. : peculiar power in the united prayer ofGod's \ :
i' \
"''','''';1: \.' "Out of the mouths of babes and people. :.1
: : .;. sucklings." 3. It was more than unceasing pray.
"" '
:, .,." Jack: Dempsey, who really seemed er. It was the Intensely earnest desireof "I NEVER dreamed coffee could "i
.
.' ,., like from the the soul stretched toward God. I
to fighting, apart profit, have such an effect on me
.;;. ", .< In his championship days, discussing 4. It was definite prayer. They specifically .:.? .L -::;< although I knew it was '
4J 11COACt\ \ TOLD MEt d "
f.:: other fighters In his "sere and yellow offered prayer to God for Peter., < bad for children!1"

', .: ." '. r. leaf at forty, says men that refuse III. Peter Delivered by an Angelvv. : DICK. AND SlNCeVOU W "Oh, coffee disagrees with
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b :
';:: : ./ to do "road work" should know that ( 6-11). RUTHLOOK/' .SWITCHED(; 'POS1tJM. < $'" ll; V lots of older people. The carr

\: "you can't toughen your legs in a chair This occurred the night before He- BEEN VOTED THE I'VE BEEN THINKING < ..../ fein in coffee gives 'em indi-

:" or posing for pictures." rod's plan to make a public .display of MOST VALUABLE YOU'LL MAKE AS.6000 h gestion, upsets their nerves and keeps 'em awake ;,

.. -. Legs are not Important, but brains him. PLAYER ON THE fir A HUSBAND AS YOU v' ; nights! .

. are. Young gentlemen should know 1. Peter sleeping (v. 6). Thisshows TEAM .* -zJ HAVE AN ATHLETE: If you suspect coffee disagrees with you...try Postum :
'
,'.t .J.,'< : that you cannot toughen your brains, that he was 'not disturbed over for 30 days. Postum contains no caffein. It is simply

;'\'. l- >, or make them work better, without the matter. The Lord keeps In perfect whole wheat and bran,roasted and slightly sweetened.

:fl.l t) thinking peace those whose minds are stayedon Easy to make, and costs less than / cent a cup. It's '

.r '}.r!.,..,. ." him (Isa. 26:3). s a delicious drink,too. and may prove of real value

:' 2. Peter leaves the prison (vv. 7.10)). the ill effects of
i(: Y.i: .' In New York a boy of fifteen, his in helping your system throw off
; ----< father "on relief," leaves home and a A heavenly light shone In the prison. caffein. A product of General Foods.

I message saying: "I am going to get The angel smote Peter on the side. FREE-Let us send you your first week's sup-

: ::' a job of my own and help myself." The chains fell off. pe'ter 'put on his ply of POSTUM..Free! Simply mail the coupon. r
clothes and passed by one guard after
That expresses the feeling of mil another, through the Iron gate and Into GENERAL FOODS: Battle Creek, Mich. w. N. u. 3-7-10
lions of Americans compelled to be on Send me, without obligation, a week's supply of Postum.
r- the city. The whole transaction was
: the dole or relief against their will. It
Name --
orderly and leisurely, showing that God
\; Is to be hoped that depression, relief
Is not In : +'f L' iY Street
hurry. !
a ( :.1 kry 'r e") {:!1:
and dole will end before too many J, + iS &Bft a&ftrf>
3. The effect upon Peter (v. 11)). CIty: statrFill
Americans lose the habit of work and
in name'and address.
Although the matter was so ,wonder. completely-print
the desire for it. This offer expires December 31, 1935
ful to Peter, who thought'; himself in <, l

a vision, when he came to himself he
Senator Carter Glass, who takes
knew that God miraculously. delivered
money seriously, says, :"We are on a
him from Herod's wicked hands.IV. .
"
fiat money basis. Possibly, but we cu' aPR
Unconscious Unbelief (vv. 12-19).
seem to bo doing better than when we i ,' .
1. The behavior of Peter and the Cf OF'
were on a gold basis. .R-EGULAR '
church (vv 12.17). Peter went to the -\E
Do you notice much difference? Is
house of Mary and knocked. The
... money more plentiful, are prices lower? ,
knock was answered by Rhoda, who BAKG POWDERAPOUND
I Is not money scarce, is not everything ;:
was so overjoyed that she forgot to c..UMET l
+ \ ,
dearer, on the contrary? :J'
open the gate, and went right In and i : .
.
Who knows anything about money? 25f / '.
told them that Peter was at the gate. .
Nobody. .
"I'
The disciples were net prepared for \S
Senator Thomas of Oklahoma for
,
,
such good news, even accusing her of ;,00:' t
instance, says the United States Is still
madness. She, undaunted, Insisted. -
"on the gold, basis." Former President
They offered as an explanation that
Hoover' wants to back the
go to gold
perhaps It might be Peter's guardian
basis, 1ve have ,to be content
even rehearsedunto
angel In his likeness. Peter G
; with {5D! cent dollar based the
a ,on new
them the Lord's dealing with him.
kind of "expensive gold." 0
2. The behavior of the soldiers (vv.

18, id). There was great agitation
Wiley Post failed In his effort to fly
among them as to what had become of
the continent In eight hours because of
Peter. This was a serious matter,
a mechanical accident. Ills
plan was
since they were responsible for him.
to travel 40,000 feet up in the strato- CAN IS .
Not being' able to account for Peter'sescape ANDT-H-E NEW
sphere, where slight atmospheric resistance
Herod commanded that they be
''I makes high speed possible. lie put to death. After this, Herod went f.ASY TO OPEN r
will try It again. American flyers for- SO
down to Caesarea where he was
tunately are not easily discouraged. If
adored as a god. Because he arrogated -
they were, the flying machine would
this honor to himself, the Lord
not have been Invented here.
smote him, Herod died, but the word 1 ,
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.N. .HNNS.NMHNNNMNHNMNN.NN. .NN. .N./ In the liquor business through the special or local law, the substance of Florida, 1927, as Amended Aggregate Amount of Bonds

s establishment of a state owned and of which will be as follows: I by Chapter 13802, Laws ot Authorized; Cancelling and Re-

_: TOO LATE TO.CLASSIFY _: state operated liquor stores or dis- AN ACT to Amend Re- Florida, 1929, as Amended by- leasing Certain 'Tax Liens and
pensories. Nothing could be more Chapter 16177 Laws of Florida Tax Sale Certificates; Enact-
vise and J or Re-enact the Act into One
and Incorporating
disastrous. 1933; Authorizing the Issuanceof ing
Think what a grand and glorious Creating SOUTH FLORIDA Refunding Bonds for said Act All Laws Applicable to
CONSERVANCY DISTRICT, Procedure South Florida Conservancy Dls-. .
the .
play-house that would be for the pol District, and Defining :'" :
.'i'. 'i same being Chapter 7975, Lawsof Thereof; Validating the tri ct. \\.- IJ f'.
iticians. What vehicle for
:
a patronage ;
Florida, 1919, Approved June Acts and Contracts Made by and By Order of the Board of Supervisors : (
:_: BY --what a juicy opportunity' for ,
10, A. D. 1919, as Amended by with Said Board of Supervisors of South. Florida Conservancy'
RUSSELL KAY graft and corruption. Imagine one Chapter 8899, Laws of Florida, ; Changing and Definitely District.
1 little group or board empowered to 1921, as Amended by Chapter Fixing the Boundaries of Said J. B. JEFFRIES. "
say what brands or whose!,! products 11015, Laws of Florida, 1925, District; Declaring the Benefitsand Chairman.

.;...;....;..;...;...;...;....;...;...;..;...;...;....;.......;..;......................................' may or may not be sold and at what as Amended by Chapter 12115, Levying the Tax on said Bryant & PIttman, '
price, and controlling the.employ- Laws of Florida, 1927, as Am- Lands; Designating the Boardof Attorneys. -. .." *
As a professional farmer It appears ment of thousands to man state ended by Chapter 12116, Laws Supervisors; Reducing the I March 15. ;
from a recent report of State owned
establishments throughout
Auditor Willis that the Stateof
Bryan
the commonwealth. Why boy, it I .. ..
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Florida is not so hot. With free "-'' '"' ':::r. ::: .- : : f --tf--: : : ". '. --.0. :.:,
would make the school text book : :, _: : : :.' :;_ = :. ; :
labor and and
supplies materials
racket look just like penny snatch
available at wholesale, it costs the ing!,' Then, Virginia, there sure
state 37 cents more to produce a would be a Santa Claus!
gallon of cane syrup than it would We've fooled around with syrup
have been purchased for on the open and made
sweet
a mess of that; we've -
market. Canned vegetables producedat messed up with canned vegetables
the State Farm cost 38 cents morea and it cost us plenty; we raised r CATER'S

gallon than they could have been.' chickens at a cost of 74c each when

purchased. for from private producers. farmers would gladly have sold themto

us at 34c; we went into the shoe-i
If prisoners at the State Farm had
making business and it cost us $2.25to
remained in their "
cells
playing make a pair of shoes that experi-
bridge or listening to the radio and enced manufacturers in New Eng-

the State had gone into the open land would have made a good profii Furniture

market to purchase the supplies and on by,selling them to us at $1.50. : : ilk :
material these prisoners producedin State regulation of the sale and ,
1932-33 tax payers of Florida I distribution of liquors Is necessaryand
would have been better off to the but' t. ,
right, such regulation
tune of nearly a hundred thousand should be and intelligent. Un-
sane '
dollars. : "On Convenient Terms" ,
der no circumstances should the Easy
Business is one thing and Government state consider going into the liquor ,<
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another, and when :you try business any more than It shouldgo
to mix the two it usually developsthat into the milk business or I----<-

the poor taxpayer takes the take the sale and distribution under-I i >

well known "rap". Government, Na- fume or paperweights.I'd AT TIE 51Everglades
tional and State of late years has en- ask :you how your senator and s VISIT OUR BOOTH :
croached further and further on private -
representative on the matter, but of i
business at the same time demanding course you don't know and probably -
more and more taxes from don't
care.
private business in order to, meet the 1&t,3 : ,
Fair
ever mounting losses that are GEORGE WASHINGTON'S TEN $S

brought about. by such unwise ven- COMMANDMENTS
tures. Or Code of Ethics at the Age of 13.

Our experience at Raiford is but

one example, however it is a shiningone 1. Keep jour nails clean and ..1 WE WILL GIVE AWAY >
and should cause our people and short; also your hands ,and teeth '

our law makers to think twice be- clean, yet without showing any great .
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fore permitting any additional leg- concern for ,them. J ,J '. :,i" f. ..

islation that will cause the state to, 2. Be no flatterer; neither play ; }: .! I I ."....

undertake for itself tasks that can I with,.any that delight not to be played , Absolutelyz ,
be accomplished better and more I withal. :} : ;

economically by private enterprise.But 3. Let your countenance be pleasant +. ',.,(."..,.;.J,.<.,"' ..' ." ".. ;,-.f"' t "J''VoJ r

taxpayers in spite of their but in serious matters somewhat I ::. '. 5tfJi f
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muttering and fussing don't really .grave. ;,. :' '" : ;
mind. They expect tax money to be 4. The gestures of the body must F E E "
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wasted. It gives them a lot of pleas- I suit to the discourse you are on. .. r' :
ure to read about it in their news- 5. Show not yourself glad at the \ .
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papers.. They say "It's a damn out- misfortune. another, though he : ;?
rage." or "Something ought'"to be be your enemy. ;" /
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done about it." but ., .
they are so busy 6. Let your discourse with men '.
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trying to make enough money: to pay of business be short and comprehensive. : PRIZE NO I ':''.'; ... '. ': .
their taxes they just naturally hav- > ':" i"
en't got time to do any real first- 7. Strive not with your superiorsin 4 I F
class worryin' about where the mon- : :" :'
submit
argument, but always your ;
ey goes or how much of it is wash judgment to others with modesty FINE MODERNISTIC : .
ed. 8. Speak not evil of the absent. \

Now and then before an, election for it is unjust. i, B'ED ROOM SUITE : y ,
they will stand around a political 9. Let your' recreations be man- ,: ,
platform and listen to some guy tell ful, not sinful. fey z '
'em the horrible story of waste and 10. Labor to keep alive in your 'i : ... {?; : 1

graft and explain how unnecessaryit breast that little spark of celestial 'j..-..... ,' :..'.', .
all is and how, if he is permitted fire called conscience. -Safe Worker. 'J .i..v, ".? PRIZE NO. 2 ,' .- :;;'.,-. .
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to : : :
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serve people, such practices f ; ( :. -!.
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will be stopped. >
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And maybe.under the spell of his NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY -
oratory they really believe him in FOR SPECIAL OR LOCAL -
ALL PORCELAIN 5 BURNER
LEGISLATION - -
consequence vote him into office on-
ly to find as time goes on that mat-
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ters get worse instead of better. FLORENCE OIL RANGE
that at the regular biennial ,sessionof
And as we approach the coming .
the Legislature of Florida to
session of the legislature, forces are
convene in April, 1935, applicationwill
at work, to put the State of Florida-' be made for the passage of aII. :'. 4j-l


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