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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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:I Mrs. Digges Elected I of Interior Ickes
; Homesteads Not Subject To Secretary I

President of P.-T. A.

General Bond Levees-Lee Here On Brief Visit TuesdayWhite


Mrs. E., W. Digges was elected "

of I, president of the Parent-Teacher .1 Secretary of the Interior ,Harold I

: Orlando, March 21-(FNS)- Kiwanians Discuss Association at the ,annual electionof and Nash Go I L. Ickes, accompanied by Mrs. Ickes

Homesteads are not subject to general -\ officers which occurred at the:. 'and their son, Raymond: Ickes, and

bond tax levies, according to 'I Scouts' Safety DriveI. March meeting of the organization To Fourth Bracket I I, others from Washington! made a

the construction placed upon the I Friday afternoon. Mrs. Digges is brief inspection, trip Tuesday after-

; ; homestead amendment by State I a very capable member of the group ---- I'I noon over the, Lake Okeechobee levee
' Comptroller J. M. Lee in an address M. Pafford talked to fellow Ki I and a successful year is predicted L. H. Nash and Dr. W. J. Whiteare I project, which is being conStructed -

before the annual convention of the !wanians at the meeting this weekon for 1935-36. The retiring presidentis ,the ,only two players advanced ,I with PWA! funds. ,

: Association of County Commission-:, the State-Wide Safety Campaign, I is Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, under whose to ,the fourth bracket in the golf I i I Secretary Ickes, was met in West

i ers.of Florida here today. | particularly the local phases of this leadership much has been accomp- tournament, matches having been j Palm Beach by Lieutenant ColonelB.

Mr. Lee pointed out the exact J i worthy movement. He described the lished for the betterment of condi- played slowly this week. Dr. White I C. Dunn, district engineer' for the
Scout's work in assisting school defeated Tom Shelley 3-2 in a match I
and
phraseology of the constitutional ) tions at the school. Florida district U. S. Engineers
amendment which specically ex-1 i children at highway crossings and Other'officers elected to serve that went, to 27 holes. Nash defeated by, Lieutenant Richardson Selee, in '

"s' homesteads from all taxes I IemlJt the effectiveness of this effort to with Mrs. Digges are: Mrs. Harry Gibbens 7-6. \charge of the Clewiston sub-office.

"other than special assessments for reduce the danger of traffic acci- Vaughn, vice president, Mrs. Carol F. D. Duff and Jack Barrett ara ;Making the trip over by automo-

benefits." dents. McDonald, secretary, Mrs. W. M. playing their match to 27 holes, having bile from the East Coast, the party

Following Mr., Pafford's talk, Redelsheimer, treasurer and Mrs. L. tied on 18, the winner will meet was taken aboard government boats
Lee told the
Comptroller countycomm'issioners there was a round table discussion A. Turner, historian. Hackett. Dr. White will meet the at. Lake'Harbor and the trip to Clew-
that he construed
among the members which offered i The new officers were nominatedby winner of the Bowden-Mrs. Redel- iston was continued by water along
a special benefit levy to be one bas much commendation to the efforts ; a committee composed of 'Mis. sheimer match. Playing next week the levee, route. The Miami Locks ,

ed upon certificates levied against of the Scout' Safety Patrol. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. W.. C. ,Owen will determine those,pi who will enter hurricane gate, recently: completed
specific property for special benefits '
and Mrs. G. C. Poole, and were the semi-finals. and portions, of the levee already
which were determined after a hear- I i
Diamondball Team unanimously elected by members completed and under construction
ing at. which due notice was givenall
concerned that the levy would present. Miss Althea Ford were viewed by the visitors during

; be made. Ties for First PlaceThe The by-laws of the P.-T. A. were i their) short water trip.

read to the members and other rou- Wins Debating MedalMiss I From Clewiston the party left for
il "General bonds are not special
tine business was transacted at the Everglades via Immokalee. IncludedIn
assessments for benefit under any -
Clewiston All-Stars diamondball recent meeting. the party were John ,Collyer, commissioner -
stretch of the imagination, the
team jumped into a tie for first Installation of officers will take of the bureau of Indian
told the county : Althea Ford winner of
Comptroller was
commis-I honors in the Ft. Myers league place 'at the next meeting of the association affairs and Mrs. Collyer.. Secretary
sioners, "and I cannot see the gold medal offered to the best
Thursday night when they defeatedthe to be held the third Fri- Ickes has interested himself particu-
is impairment of the debater from the Clewiston High
any strong Cocoa Cola Team of that day in April in the school auditor- larly in the 'Indians and their living
bondholder's contract in this amendment School in a ,debate on the subject:
city by a 11-7 score. The win placed ium. conditions. Mr. Collyer, who received
inasmuch as the general taxi Resolved, .That ,Federal Aid Bo .
them in a tie with Bartley of Ft. My- his appointment upon the Secre
;j i: ing authority of the counties to levy Granted for the Equalization of Ed
ers, both teams winning two and los- tary's recommendation, has made
taxes' on hundreds of millions of dollars ucational Opportunity. The negati..eteam
ing one. FOUR CARS FIGUREIN the study of Indians his life work.
of other property has not been won the decision and Miss
The locals jumped into a two run The Seminoles are of special interest
impaired nor has the use of other I Pearl Brantley, member of the 'affirmative
lead: inthe first inning Thursday because of their stolid preservation
sources; been exhausted or impair- team received honorable
night when they scored, two runs, WRECK SUNDAYOccupants of their race, and customs and their
ed. mention.
:I:1 only to see the, Cold Drink boys tie usual complete indifference to'the
I "The people voted for this am- the score'in their half of the second. The ,debate was sponsored by M. reservations offered them by the

endment and I think they are entitled i From then until the sixth inningthe of four cars miraculously E. VonMach, school board member,, government.

to the full measure of all they score remained a tie. In the sixth I escaped serious injury Sunday who was donor of the gold medal. Secretary Ickes recently proposed

voted for. Clewiston put on a rally that netted I morning when the dense fog and Suitable' merchandise prizes, donated that a tract of land of equal size to
bY'friends of the school, were
"I appeal to you to urge the homeowners them six runs and were nexer head- smoke about seven o'clock causeda the present reservation be set aside

to file their application for ed after that. Peters, pitching for crash on the first curve of ,State presented to Miss Brantley and toEd immediately north of the proposed

exemption on the official blank be- the local club pitched a much bet- Road 67 east of town. Clark and Miss Evelyn Hare, Everglades park, in the belief that

fore April 1st, so that erroneous ter game than the '11-7 score showed. The first collision occurred whenC. other members of the winning team. the Indians would'find it more suit-

.' assessments will be -leminated and Slow fielding in ,a few spots en- S. Presley, manager of the local Bobby Patterson acted as chair able for their mode of living. The

the officials and legislature will abled the visitors to gather in mostof B and B store here, driving a V-8 man of the debate. The affirmative chief problem of dealing with the

have the benefit_ of all available in- their runs. coupe crashed head-on into a ModelA side was presented by Billy, Cowart, Seminoles, has arisen from the fact

I formation. In a game played in Ft. Myers Ford coupe ii'rivenby' Drexel Miss 'Pearl Brantley and ..1IerrillLmve. that the tribe does not care to live

i "The home owners should act last Tuesday night the local club Hamilton, City Marshal. Both cars The negative' team members on the lands provided for them by

I .: promptly to make the exemption effective won its first game of the league were seriously damaged and IL G. were: Ed Clark, Miss Evelyn Hare the government and the government

; ," the Comptroller said.: when they defeated Bartley's, 7-5. Tillman, in the car with Hamilton and'Miss' Althea Ford. It is interestIng cannot improve their living conditions -

'I( 1i i. This game was also a much 'closer was thrown through the windshield to note that a although member- and homes as long as they live

-- "" one than the score ''would, indicate, I and badly cut and bruised about the ship on the two teams was divided in an isolated section on lands whichare

Science Class Inspects being a tie until the first of the ( face and[shoulders. The most severe Equally among three boys and three not the property of the government -

j eighth. Clewiston tallied in the j I I cut was over the right eye and required girls, both first, place and second .

Sugar Mill Laboratory eighth to take a one, run lead onlyto several stitches to be 'closed place were won by girl debaters. Secretary Ickes recently gave an

'j have Bartley .come- back in their up. Presley received a sprained Mrs. Gertrude' McMullen andIiss interview expressive of his hopes for

-- half to knot the count again. With knee and minor bruises while Ham- Vilma Rhodes are instructors in the betterment of conditions of the Sem-

two in the ninth ilton high,_ school under whose direction
Members of the chemistry and biology on Dosh tripled escaped injury.
;. classes of the Clewiston High down the first base line to score Soon after the first collission a the debaters prepared their ',material. (Continued on Page 8)

,; school, accompanied by their in- Moore and Cruze who had previously small coupe from LaBelle stoppedand .

structor B. E. Herring, were takenon singled winning the game for i the occupants got out to .see if A preliminary, presentation of
'a visit to the U. S. Sugar corpo- Clewiston 7-5. I they could, be of help. 'Wh1e'stand-- "The Dummy", a 'one-act play which Insurance Man ,UrgesState

'ration's laboratory this week and Next week Clewiston will journey' ing near the wrecked) cars anothercar the Clewiston students presented Law

heard an interesting and valuable to Ft. Myers Tuesday night to battle was heard approaching and an Wednesday evening as an entry in ? Fencing

lecture on the, work being done at one of the teams in the league, 'attempt was made to stop it, but the Tri-County Play Contest at Alva,,

I the station; by B. A. Bourne. while on Friday night Bartley will in vain. It was a Plymouth coach was thoroughly enjoyed by the au- Orlando, March 21.-Walter L.

'I! The class spent a two-hour period come to Clewiston to tie up with driven by Allen W. Albritton, :of dience. Members of the cast were Hays, Orlando insurance man, today
'I l the locals in will Point and it into the Billy, Cowart, Miss Evelyn Hare,
i Inspecting the fields adjacent to the, a game that havea Canal crashed : Jimmie HarringTon called upon members of the 1935
Miss Emma Bethea, -
nr I .' laboratory in which many varieties bearing on the league standing. LaBelle coupe. The -Plymouth was and"George Besto'r..Judges legislature to weigh carefully the

:f of cane are being grown and tested. I damaged slightly and .Mrs. Albi Mrs. importance of safety to motoristsand

''rf! The laboratory works continually I School Participates in ton broken received glass.several small, cuts from I O. F. Schifflir in i tho F. Deane debate' Duff were, Lieutenant protection of citrus and truck
toward, I state'scattle
the
the with
of
" development new varieties I i Richardson Selee; Doctor D. crops in comparison

:"( ,- particularly those of early 1 Play Contest at AlvaMiss Mrs.first Albritton aid treatment and Tillman at the received local- 'Jenkins Williams and E. E. Kelly. industry as they consider the
late maturities fencing law.
fand which have statewide
a : value, of a
" The awards were made by Mr. Duff.
"I high percentage of .surcose. New' va- hospital' and were- released. within a "The cattle interests have declared -

rities are planted beside controlled, short time. that they will be forced to go out
cane and several tests made each Evelyn Hare won the decision Mr. Presley had worked all night Tent Show to AppearIn of business if fencing laws are pass-
as the "best actress" in the Tri-
'I year and comparisons made with the Saturday night in Clewiston helping ed by the 1935 legislature", Hays
County ,
League's one act play contest -
controlled cane. the B and B store there to moke to Clewiston Thursday 'or excuse
I said. "There is no reason
staged in Alva Wednesday
; ev-
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a new location and had come backto
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There are six varieties of cane. being ening bv schools from Clewiston for this attitude. '
Moore Haven for a service man
grown here commercially at the Moore Haven, LaBelle and Alva. to install the Frigidaire. He was only The Heffner Vinson ;::'plavers will "There is no reason why the cat-

present time, and these varieties James Blanton of LaBelle was .declared in town 'a few' minutes; when he open a three-day engagement in tle industry, which is of minor nature -

and the method of controlling the "best actor". The Alva started back to Cfewiston. He stated Clewiston Thursday, March 28th. in comparison with Florida'stourist

insect pests and of fertilizingthe school's entry, "Be a Little Cuckoo"won that the fog was so dense that it Their big water-p'oof tent theatre citrus and truck industries,

cane were told the students by the award as the best presentation. was impossible to see the road and will be located next door to the' City should be forced out of existence

Dr. Bourne. : that both cars when they collided 1 Hall. The opening play will be o because the advance of progress demands -

i i The trip formed one of the most Miss Hare and Mr. Blanton received were travelling at a very low speed. 3-act comedy drama, "From Out of I that Florida enact fencing-

J interesting, laboratory periods which ,merchandise awards and the Had they been travelling faster and I the Sky", featuring Jimmie Heffnerin laws-something that nearly every
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I the class has held during the year. Alva school was presented with a hit squarely as they did it is likely the comedy role. other state in the' Union has had ,foryears.

; I t Students who attended were Evelyn loving cup. that the occupants' of both cars The company carries a cast of unusual ."
I
Hare, Lily Wynn, Emma Be- The Clewiston school presented would have been killed or seriously ability, a ,singing and dancing Hays said the fencing of stock, instead -'

i thea, Merrel Lowe Billy Cowart, "The Dummy" a very clever play; injuied., chorus of eight, girls wearing beautiful of causing the industry to deteriorate

: \ George Bestor, Bobby Patterson, which was given a preliminary presentation Mr. and Mis.: Albritton and two wardrobe and doing all 'the latest would ,work toward improvement -

f I Vincent Oglesby, Jack Moorman, at the school auditorium children were on their way to Wau- dance steps. Vaudeville will runbetween in grade of the scrawnycattle
roamed:
i > William Johnson, Florine Moore, Monday evening. Those who witnessed chula to visit friends over Sunday. I the acts consisting of bits, and hogs that have

.I Louise Bussey, Jimmy Hall and the performance declared that !' After Mrs. Albritton had received gags and singing and dancing spec- Florida highways at will, and of to the the

t James Beardsley. the cast gave an excellent presentation first aid treatment here and minor ialties. The Noble sisters will thrill sometimes fatal discomfort

1 in Alva, which captured the audience repairs made on the car they continued you with their conception of acro- motoring public, for many years.
densely
i William Griffis Resigns from the very. beginning. on their trip. batic and adagio stunts. Miss" Jose- "Florida is becoming too
I The judges mtnisterand I populated to permit cattle, horses,
I I were a phine Royster is the blues singer c
I, as Member Flood Board two retired actors, ,all residents of t Among those attending the barbecue that knows how to sing Dick Royster hogs and goats first privileges on
"Our
1 went on.
Alva. and dance Saturday afternoon er and his Carolinians, 'an eight our highways, he

G"' .>. ., Other members of the Clewistoncast I and evening Indiantown were Mr. II piece orchestra will entertain you tourists will shortly refuse to permit in-
< on
William Griffis, publisher of the wpre Bill Cowart Emma and :firs. Grovel C. Pool and son, before and during the show. As an' themselves!: to he imposed

Okeechobee News and representa- thea, Jim Harrington and TIP-I John Miss Vilma Rhodes, Miss Lu- added attraction this :year Mr. Hef- this' way." ..
.0I
.' tive-elect of Okeechobee county, has Bestor. cile Hampton Carl and Joe John- fner is carrying a high class mentalact j I In calling on the legislature
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Hays
i, resigned from membership on the The presentations of the other son, Mr. and Mrs. Mark] R. Lawler, which has played all the big pass a statewide fence law, and

; .:> Okeechobee Flood Control Board three schools which entered the F. J. Nebiker, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mc- time. "Evelyn", the girl who sees I president of the American Fire said

'I --: and Governor Sholtz accepted his contest were; Cracken, M. T. Ironmonger, Mr. to-morrow. On opening night ladies Casulty company of Orlando,

',1 I resignation this week. No successor 1. ELMER, by the LaBelle High and Mrs. R. II. Collins, Mr, and will be free. One lady admitted free the movement for statewide fencingis

t has yet been appointed. School. Cast of Characters: Elmer Mrs. E. W. Digges, Mr. and Mrs.J. with each paid adult ticket. The continuing to gather momentum ,

,\, Mr. Griffis is a tag Inspector for James Blanton;. Jeanie one of the F McLure, ; Mr. and Mrs. C.. F.Trainer. door opens at 7:15 p. m". Orchestral I until legislative action will be nec ;'

'\ the motor vehicle department (Continued on Page d) 7:45 p. in and curtain at S o'clock. essary. .



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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. MARCH 22, 1935



partment should have control of this PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ended his SAVINGS-BANK GAINS

EVENTS work, but the house ways and means vacation at Hyde Park and left for
CURRENT
committee thinks otherwise. It has Washington where his administrationfaces BRISBANETHIS Mutual savIngs-banks deposits In

tentatively decided that the social security serious trouble Involving the 18 states Increased in 1034 by $103-

board shall, be an Independent prestige of the White OS0.002 to $9,757,090,937, and total as- :..

PASS IN REVIEW agency, and has turned down a sugges- House. Capitol Hill Is WEEKFind sets of these banks gained by $199- r

tion that the program be administered full of lively curiosityover 497,831 to $11,035,498,096;: ; both deposits -

by a single person. Madame Perkins the President's and assets being; only slightly under -

i made a personal call on Chairman program, and whetherhe Comfort in Greece record figures for 1932, accordingto

EX- Doughton to argue for her proposal, will fight the pres- The British Wake Up Philip A. Benson, president of the
REVOLT FLAMES IN GREECE; but didn't get anywhere at all with ent congressional defiance National Association of Mutual Savings

PREMIER VENIZELOS HEADS him, so it was figured that she might of his leader- New Civilization? banks.

INSURRECTION.By appeal to the White House Y''"' 4 ship and go before the Fremont Older There also, was an addition of $2{,-

people with one of his Americans, with comparatively small 7oG,403;: ;: to surplus, bringing that fundto

EDWARD W PICKARD THE American Federation of Labor: famed fireside talks, troubles may find comfort in reading $1,192,028,221:: or 12.2 per cent of

Western Newspaper Union. to find out Immediatelywhat -, or whether he will about Greece, deposits. New York: state's mutual
are its chances of fully organizing agree to a compromise. where government savings banks led the nation in gains

THE Greek government Is making a the workers employed in the auto- Sen. Wagner Mp_ Roosevelt at the airplanes are bomb- and assets, their increase being $109-
effort to stamp out the fast mobile Industry-and If Doctor Wol- end of his second year In office facesa Ing government battleships 715,244.

growing revolt which started in Crete man's figures are correct it Is likely the predicament in his relation to con- 'seized by They also led in deposit gains, the

and has spread to the mainland. Greek federation is doomed to be greatly dis- gress similar to, that which confrontedMr. rebels. From the increase being $4liO.-Literary::

government planes appointed. The method adopted Is the Hoover in 1931. urb Averoff, pride' of the Digest.,
bombed the home In calling'of a secret strike vote among Unless he regains control his entire Greek navy: "flamesrose ::

Crete of former Pre- members of the 17G federation locals program Is likely to bog down. The high" when a

mier Eleutherios Veni- in the industry. Organizer Francis J. : fight hinges on the $4,880,000,000 work- 250-pound::; baby
zelos, and also struckat Dillon explained this did not neces- relief program the first Item In the bomb struck her Do you tire easily ?

five naval vessels sarily mean there would be a strike, only President's budget message and the deck., What would
manned by r e b e ls the fedeiation's national officers having I principal mainstay of his program. Se- happen if a 5,000-

standing off the shoreof authority to order such action. cret conferences at which slices of pound bomb, struck

1 Crete. Venizelos is "Now is the time to find out, once I pork were reported to have been dan- ,such a ship?

openly heading the and for all," he said, "whether the ; gled before the nvil eyes of revolting

may, forces of sedition, and, workers in the automobile Industry senators were sail to have been held.A Arthur.Brisbane Ancient names

reports say, has seized.. want the American Federation of La- few supporters of the McCarran taking you ,back to
-1 -' $1,000,000 from- tneExPremier bor. If they want the union, we will prevailing wage amendment which school days are scattered through

oanea treasury to I find it out through these strike votes.If wrecked the bill and forced Its recom- Greek civil war reports. Venlzelos, / !

Venizelos finance the revolt. they don't, well ." missIon to the appropriations committee a true Greek patriot, supporting the ;

The rebellion has been plotted for a The automobile industry is In the, were said to be wnverlng under revolution, dwells\ on the little islandof 1 / A/// c

whole year, and broke when 20 naval midst of the busiest season it has had the pressure. Senator Robert F. Wagner Crete,,where the Minotaur, half human <

officers, both active and retired, seized since 1930. The great majority of its who voted for the ame.\.Iment, acted half bull, used to live and de

the Salamis arsenal. As the revolt workers are not in the federation ranks as peacemaker. He Intimated the vour youths and maidens from Athens.In .

spread, rebels boarded the five warships and probably would not strike ; but its possibility of a compromise by payingmore

while the crews were Ignorant of plants ,could be seriously crippled by than the so-called security wage this world of trouble, somethingmust Itl

the plan, and put under steam. Government strikes in allied Industries. Perhaps the of $50 a month, but still lower than explode somewhere.

planes were dispatched to the American Federation of Labor leaders the prevailing rates. Other leaders declared Ramsay MacDonald tells the com-

scene and pursued the rebel ships down have some way of explaining how all they would not budge from their mons that Germany's military activity

the Aegean sea. The cruiser Averoffwas this would help on the cause of national positions. compels Britain to extend her boun-
struck by an aerial bomb while daries of "imperial air protection" to
industrial recovery. Since next year will bring another no appetite? nervous?
the vessel lay in Souda bay, near I Presidential election, a third of the the banks of the Rhine. Armies of

Crete, and two other ships were reported RICHBERG, executive di senators will be up for re-election, and men mean nothing. Floating ships losing weight? pale?

to have been overtaken and DONALD of the National Emergency all of the house members. They are mean little. A while ago Lord Rother- then don't gamble with your body
bombed near the Island of Cythera mere, warning his country usefully, as
the situation
council, and one of the closest advisersof watching closely present
with undetermined damage. his brother Lord NorthclifEe, did In not reason out the cause of
the President, "guaranteed" that because, if the President Is slipping; WHY
'unnatural condition
?
called, to the big war, was telling the British
Naval reserves have been there would be no they want their own records back homeIn Your first thought be, "I must
made to that, they must have at least 5,000 may
the colors, and preparations good order. "
monetary inflation as eat more. That's not all You should
call out army classes on the mainlandIf long as Franklin D. fighting planes. His advice, at first enjoy what you do eat. Frequently,

necessary. Reports that the rebel- Roosevelt Is Presi- ridiculed, Is now taken seriously and the blood cells are low..and this,
lion has reached Alexandropoulis and dent. His statementcame THE Blue Eagle lost another tab Britain will have the lanes. perhaps,is what makes you feel weak.

other towns in Thrace; and that there In answer to a the other day, when Federal If this is your trouble the stomach
Seres Judge Nlelds at Wilmington Del., may not be calling for sufficient food.
eastern
had been fighting In :, questioner at lecturein Old American methods that have .
Macedonia, Indicate that the revolt Is Boston."If a held that the collective bargaining provision built up this country, such as it is, are Zest to eat may be lacking. But what '
a, difference S.S.S. makes when taken ,
of NIRA is unconstitutionalwhen
more widespread than was first sup- we are to as- called out of date by leading minds In just before meals. Just try it and
applied to companies not engagedin
posed. sume that. President Washington. notice how'your appetite and digestion
The Greek government searched the Roosevelt will be Pres- interstate commerce. The adminis- Mr. Richberg, supposed to be closestto improve.

Athens home of Venizelos and reported ident for the next six tration and organized labor Immediately the President in thought, tells a S.S.S.stimulates the flow of gastric
joined in a fight to the validity and also
preserve Miami audience "the World war juices supplies the precious
finding arms and compromising literature can tell U
Searchers found Deputy Pa- Donald ?,?.aiV can guarantee yfRichberg of Section 7-A, and announcedthat marked the passing of a civilization." mineral elements so necessary in
Immediate would be taken blood-cell and hemo-glo-bin upbuilding. -
an appeal
What kind of civilization will take its
panastitiu, recently an opposition there, will be no inflation
before the United States Supreme Do try it..It may be the rainbow
spokesman, and another Venizelos as- while Franklin 'D. Roosevelt is place? you need to brush'away,present dis-
sociate named; Caphandaris in hiding President," Richberg said. court. With all possible respect for professors couragement over your health condi-
there. Military restrictions have been He dodged further discussion of the The Wagner labor relations bill mak- and reformers, you wonderif tion. s.S.S.Co.

tightened in Athens. All radio stations subject, and refused to comment as ing Section 7-A the law of the land they can: offhand, manufacture a

have been ordered to remain silent, to what was being done by the gov- and outlawing company unions may better one. :
have to be revised, If Judge Nields is ;>
and private'automobiles are forbiddento ernment internationally and nationally -
upheld by the high court. The ruling I!
circulate. Courts martial have been on monetary'policies.. However, The death at seventy-eight of Fremont -
also gives support to opposition now
opened to try rebels r the bourse is Richberg did touch on the, Townsend Older, for more than fifty ;years a

closed, and business is practically at a plan for payment; of $200 monthly to forming In congress against extensionof courageous, fighting newspaper man In v I

standstill. all persons over sixty.. He said: NRA unless it is reorganized. California, recalls Victor Hugo's words :

"If everybody over slxty is to get Judge Nlelds' ruling was on an In- i "The death of the just man is like the: Makes you >;I

of $200 a month, you can be. certain it junction suit brought by the govern end of a beautiful day." fee/ like }
fIMINUTIVE King Prajadhipok ji
/ is going to come out of the pockets of ment against the Weirton Steel company Fremont Older's life, character and
*- Siam has renounced his throne, relinquished -
his everybody between eighteen and 'sixty. i to enjoin the steel firm from alleged work were worthy of his impressive yourselfagain $ c '
claims to being known as
"When those under sixty ha.e'ar. violations of Section 7-A of, NIRA stature and benign expression. It maybe '
"brother of the moon and possessor of
:' rived, at the unselfish attitude where and the labor section of the fair competition said of him, as was said of Glad
; 24 umbrellas, assumed the simpler, if '
code of the Iron and steel In
; they are ready to dig to pay every- stone, that "his heart was ever with
still unpronounceable name of Prince body over sixty the $200 a' month, dustry.,. He upheld the right of employees the'weak and .miserable poor." Ever Reputation CountsIf

Sukhodaya and retired to the simple there will have been a tremendous ; to ,form company unions for good cause found a defender in him ; one has .a reputation for Judgment .
life of an English country gentleman
spread of real Christianity. But the collective bargaining, thus, upsettingthe the most miserable convict, released his mere grunt has weight.
By his action, the ex-monarch set a record
government can't get the money out of claim of the Amalgamated Associ from prison, might find a friend in him.
for It is probably the first time in thin air.: ation of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers, There Is a heaven, of course, and Fre
history that a ruler has abandoned '
Richberg flatly denied that the government that the company Intimidated employees mont Older is there. If there were
t-.
because his government rejected
: power was issuing baby bonds be- and dominated the company union.,' no heaven, his character, and merit
his demands for greater freedom and
6;: cause bankers had refused to lend the The court held that the company is would "make it necessary to invent
democratic control for his "My
people.
primarily engaged in state, not inter "
and asserted that one.
government money,
t Intention that the people should have as' I.
state commerce, which is not
several billion dollars more could be congress .
real voicein the policy of the government o
borrowed! without endangering national empowered to regulate. Judge Nlelds Alabama voted dry; stands with Kansas
has been Ineffective, the ex-king
F. credit. stated : of the two dry states of the
: wrote in his' message of abdication. ;; one
"Power to enact Section 7-A was not Union. Northern racketeers and boot
/ "Since I realize that now there is no
.' conferred upon congress by the'gen-
leggers must not hastily conclude that
troubles continue to rock
longer any way of my assisting or protecting INTERNAL
eral welfare' recital in the preambleof
Alabama offers of
President Carlos IendIeta's a paradise profit
the people in the future, I hereby ,
the Constitution nor by the welfare First Alabama. knows how to make
ti"-. renounce all rights which I had asking regime appears tottering. Manuel Article 1 Section S of. ,
clause, the Con-
Despaigne the only member' of lIediI I corn whisky at a price per gallon. that
h. or rights of succession, but I reserve stitution." .
the rights which I had formerlyenjoyed eta's cabinet who was would 'discourage any bootlegger; sec '
f" Unless the Supreme court reverses ond the men'of Alabama not as SIUIO 1 Inch bolls ,
has are COTTON !$ staple, 200
t- before accession to the throne. in office, resignedas
Nields the decision (30 oz. seed-cotton) per plant. 250 seeds f4'
will
Judge of New York
preventthe long suffering as men
According to London dispatches the secretary of the $1. J. A. JOMiS, Detlumcj. Louisiana
kr New Deal from Interfering with
f throne of Siam has been formally offered treasury, completingthe
t'', to eleven-year-old Prince Ananda, rout of the min- r employee-employer relationships of a Paris and American dressmakers tel!

c:- who is now attending school in France. istry brought about by vast majority of American business. woman that she must now dress in II F Chafing dItching
the school strike. And + .y ry New Deal policies received another fashion "revealing the outlines and, ) )
twelve assistant cabinet jolt the same day when Judge Charles curves of the human form." To know Rash
;;: Is making good with Its threats < jf( L. Dawson on application of 35
F FERA secretaries have west exactly what the outlines of the human tESiHOi' easily soothed by thebland

'J' states which do not do' their also deserted the ad- ern Kentucky coal operators Issued a form are, take a walk through the: _E medication of

':-, part In supplying relief funds will not ministration.The writ, enjoining the government from streets of Miami near public or private, d1esin01BLACKMAN

f get help from the government. Idaho, cabinet reslgna- ] enforcing the bituminous coal code, reaffirming bathing beaches. You 'will see stroll

:' Minnesota and Washington were notified ions began over differences ""_'''- an earlier ,decision that the ing to their homes, as free from care.

> that their March allotments were of Carlos I national Industrial recovery act was or self-consciousness as little birds
opinion as to
fr; : being held back until they come, across how to deal with the Mend'tastrike unconstitutional. Judge Dawson de- hundreds of ladies, some tall and thin
1" with the funds demanded and Wisconsin clared that the coal Is
; of several hundred thousand students mining an Intrastate a majority short and fat, with literallj
\ : South Dakota, New Jersey and and teachers which has devel- business, and beyond the power nothing on from the waist up thai
Ohio received grants for only half of of to regulate.
oped Into a national movement to oust congress could not' be replaced by two half coco
; March, the remainder depending on the Mendieta administration. Commu- nut shells fastened to the chest with
STOCK
their agreement to furnish certain addi- fl and POULTRY
nist-led labor organizations are readyto United States and Great Brit- a string around the back of the neck,
tional funds. Aubrey Williams assist- THE Medicines are Reliable
throw their strength behind a revo- remain unconvinced of Japan's and below the waist a wisp of material
ant relief administrator, said all the
: other states were complying with the lutionary general strike, and the situation high purpose In China, although EIji that would make Eve's skirt of leaves, e Blackman's Medicated Lick-

demands of FERA. Is becoming critical. Although Amau, foreign office spokesman, declared look like a ball dress. A-Brik
armed forces are being held in readiness that Japan Is not trying to per. Such costumes are unwise "sales Blackman's Stock
Hopkins added that previous limits to quell disorders, there Is some suade China to leave the league, and manship." The old-fashioned muslin Powder

on feed loans and direct advances for doubt as to their loyalty to the presi- Is not urging China to dismiss foreign dress down to the ankle, up to the. Blackman's Cow TonicBlackman's .

: feed purchases were being weighed, dent. Col. Fulgencio Batista, army advisers. He also insisted that no attempt neck, aroused romantic interest and Char-Med-Sal ,J '

and that "each farmer will be treatedas chief of staff, was reported ready to is being made to force China uncertainty. The two half coconut Blackman's Poultry Tablets'
"
an Individual case. throw his support to Dr. Carlos Manuelde into an Asiatic bloc In return for shell costumes cause the eligible yqung ..Blackman's

la Cruz for president it the Mendl financial assistance. In ,Washington, man to say: "If that Js all there Is. to Poultry Powder

;..' WHO Is to be the administrator of eta government falls, but leaders of William Phelps, acting secretary of it, I shall postpone matrimony." Highest Quality Lowest Price

:.. social security program, when the anti. lendleta movement have Indicated state, and Sir Ronald, Lindsay, British Satisfaction Guaranteed or

.r and If It Is legalized by congress, is a Batista's choice would not be ambassador, went Into conference. British medical men declare positively your money back.

, ,. > question that Is causing a deal of bit- acceptable to them. Twenty-four hours later It was an- that "drinking milk within two hours
terness In Washington. Probably It Terrorism continues rampant. Bombing nounced from London that Great Brit after eating meat Is highly detrimentalto BUY FROM YOUR DEALER

will ultimately have to be. settled by has become general, railroads have aln together with the United States, the digestive s 'stem." Moses could

President Roosevelt himself. Secretary been blown up, and Havana has suf- France and Japan was "exploring pro have told them that long ago. BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.

of Labor Perkins believes her de fered considerable damage to property. posals" to help China financially. King Features WNU Service.Syndicate, Inc. Chattanooga, Tenn.





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SYNOPSIS ploded with a loud report. ,"What's know she swiped your car, and that men's hotels. No, she wouldn't go to The United States produces and

that?" AngellotI cried Instantly alert. she gave us a clue to follow her." one of those. Not what she Is-she has consumes more lead than any other
\
Theodore Gatlin adopts a baby, "Pe- A still louder explosion reverberated In "If crooks didn't make mistakes and class-and she has two hundred dol- country In the world. After the

nelope," in an effort to solve his matri- the back yard ; then the voice of Flynn give us the breaks, my boy, you and I lars In her possession. She's holed up metal has been located In beds of

<" 'monial., .troubles. But his wife has crying: "Hey; stop. or ['shoot." wouldn't be where we are" Flynn reminded with a friend.: What friend Why, shale, chiefly Missouri, and smelt..

m never the wanted divorce her court., and their At a affairs baseball end "Tried slippin1 her out the backdoor him. "I think It might be a'' Ella Cates, of course." ed It is manufactured into commodities -

exulted and good Idea to' Interview the druggist in He had already secured Ella Cates'
?ame a ball strikes ten-year-old Pe- eh? AngellotI by one of three processes. Slabsof
nelope on the nose. Mrs. Gatlin spiritsthe dashed through the house, with Lannyat the neighborhood and see if she's been address from the banker In San Jose. lead, rolled between heavy rollersto

child to Europe. Gatlin wills Penelope his heels. As he went out the : in to buy a new lipstick." However, he realized it would: not be sheets of desired thinness, are

I begin a all search his money for her, ,and when is about a motor to kitchen' door, Lanny slammed and l i A round of the neighboring drugstores wise to call upon her and run the risk I wrapped like rugs around a pole and

accident ends his life. Some ten years bolted it behind him and then, even ,. however, proved barren of a of having Flynn or Angelloti run across shipped for use as linings for tanks

later, in San Francisco Stephen Burt. as Dan McNamara had predicted, nature new lead, and as, they had other mat- him In the neighborhood or see him en- ,I holding corrosive acids, as coveringsfor

; by rising Dan young McNamara psychiatrist, chief of is police presented, with took her course. Nance dropped the ters claiming their attention, they were' tering Ella Cates' house. The obvious roofs, as plates interposed for

i new patient-Nance Belden, a girl remainder of the bombs and came forced to abandon the search that day. thing, therefore, was to cast about fora protection between the radium worker -

.. with, a dual personality ,for which her dashing down the stairs. "Good-by, Dan McNamara was much too Intel- job In another part of the city and and his dangerous mineral, and as

'; "saddle nose" Is' in part responsible. Lanny, darling," she cried happily. ligent to make inquiries of the assistant see that both detectives were assignedto linings for X-ray laboratories.-Bulletin -

McNamara criminal and does obtains not Burt's think testimonyin she is a "We'll meet again." Lanny switchedoff d district attorney who had issued it If he sent them out of the city National Geographic Society l

.:;;. '." in court. Lanny, the doctor's office the hall light, and Nance was the search warrant, but jvhen Informedthat for a day or two they might suspecthis .

1:. .., nurse, is also won over. Nance's criminal through the front door and gone. Flynn and AngellotI were down purpose and have some other dick Are Exceptions

. record outweighs Doctor Burt's Across the street two coupes stood at with flu he called up Lanny atStephen's friend of theirs shadow .him during. Second the
thoughts despite
. she is sent proverb -
' explanation of her case and
the curb, the motors of both turningover office, and received a meticulous their absence.
to San Quentin penitentiary. Nance are not always best.
: escapes, although shot. and goes toLanny's slowly. report. "You say the girl,. fled In While he was considering' where he

apartment, from which, by Me- Alternately the girl's finger was the car my dicks arrived In'be could dispose of them, the presidentof
Namara's orders, she is removed to thechief's queried. "That's terrible. A descrip- the Security Trust company in San
at each mother-
>' ( ,. : home. From of the men In pointed car. "My-
one
!o.., ( tion of the car must have t been; broad- Jose
i- A the boat on which the girl escaped Mc- told-me-to-take this one, she rang up.
:.:. .. I Samara learns that Nance's real name murmured, and when, through the aid cast to all outlying police and the sur- "Miss: Penelope Gatlin has Just beenIn Doctors Know .

: "" ,.j ..'., is Penelope Gatlin. He also discovers of rhis childhood formula, she had rounding country stations immediatelyby the bank Chief," he told McNamara i
h. ; ... that she is heiress to $750,000. Fearful
< Flynn and Angelloti, and Nance will "She has purchased a letter of credit
Df McNamara, In his official capacity made her derision, she leaped into the "
Kance flees. Lanny finds her in her coupe of Messrs. Flynn and AngellotIand be picked up somewhere down state. for ten thousand dollars and has withdrawn and they useliquid
'. "We've done our damnedest Lanny In cash the remainder of the
apartment, sound asleep. Several days went rapidly away. Lanny, watching laxativesYou'd
later her partially restored memory her from the darkened doorway, funds on deposit to the credit of her
_ lUll J:5rJ: 1
: leads her to tell Lanny of her wealthy
t. father, Theodore Gatlin, and of her saw that she had taken the wrong car, I checking account", amounting- to eleven use a liquid, too, if you knew

(, girlhood In France.CHAPTER but was afraid to cry out and warn hundred dollars. how much better it makes you feel.
'.' her. So she did the next best thing. "Is she in the bank now?" A liquid laxative can always be

\ She looked her front door behind her "Yes." taken in the right amount. You can

'.. VIIIContinued17 climbed into the other car and drove "Have one of your clerks follow her. gradually reduce the dose. Reduced
s .. Give him some expense money-I'll be dosage is the secret of real and safe
.
motion
down late
town to a picture
[ :> ': "We've been like two pups, chasing show. She carried the search warrant responsible for its repayment And relief Just from ask constipation.own doctor about

!Rfi.: our tails," AngellotI complained when when you get his report please tele- your
with her and while enjoying the show this. Ask your druggist how popular
,;> they met ,at their car. "The,, chief's up tore it into little bits. phone me." liquid laxatives have become. The

k; ', ",. ; to his old tricks, babying a convict At three-thirty the banker telephoned right liquid laxative gives the right
Of the the the
1 ,
weeping groaning,
:: with the con, and that's the bird Doctor I again. "She purchased a ticket to San kind of help-and the right amountof
i"', .. .- Burt is calling to treat." burning sensations in the eyelids, the Francisco on one of the ,buses leaving help. When the dose is repeated

>:;:' "The girl's been there, just the same, bewilderment, the groping, vomiting, here at three-fifteen. She spent two instead of more each time, you take
r' cursing and despair of Messrs. Flynn bowels moving
the
'. hours less. Until are
\. shopping.
'. Amadeo, my boy. There was a lipstick -
and Angelloti nothing need be and thoroughly without aid.
regularly
on the bureau and that's something The buses, McNamara knew, enteredthe
said. Suffice that AngellotI felt his People who have experienced this
a: city via Mission street, the bus depot
old lady McNamara don't use. form of
out ,of the gassed area and about comfort, never return to any
And I found a roll of adhesive, the heel way was at Fifth and Mission streets. Ella help that can't be regulated I The

tot a. roll of bandage and a soiled sheet two minutes after Lanny's departure, Cates lived on Howard street between liquid laxative generally used is Dr.
stationed himself on her front steps, Fifteenth and Sixteenth. Howard contains
It
'" with some bloodstains on it In the dirty Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.
? clothes basket in the bathroom." while the valiant Flynn, dying a thou- street ,runs between Mission and Fol- senna and cascara and these are

AngellotI was convinced. "Where, sand deaths, stuck manfully at his post, \ som-and Flynn's car had been found natural laxatives that form no habit.It .

i: i did she go?" leaning up against the kitchen door, abandoned at Sixteenth and Folsom. relieves a condition of biliousnessor
'". enduring for duty's sake. Convinced the sluggishness without upset.To .
:Nance was smart She had left
;:lft'f. "She might have doubled back to relieve your occasional upsets
they had Nance Belden cornered
they
that old nurse's house but I car a block from Ella Cates' home and and comfortably try Syrup
again, opfel r ,
waited for the wind
night to
dissipatethe
:;!' doubt that, because she knows that's walked there. McNamara reasoned the .)epsm. The druggist has it.
risky." gas. Angelloti ceased to weep Incoming bus would drop the girl off at

.1, "Well, let's give Miss\ Lanning'shouse about half an hour after escaping from Sixteenth and Mission streets-a reg- -t.ek eb.1JLSYRUP
a prowl anyhow." the gassed area, but continued to gag 1 ular stop-and she would then make

for an hour. About ten-thirty he was her way to the Cates woman's house.
Flynn was one of those hearty fel- able to see, so he rang Lanny's bell re- He glanced at bis watch. He had PEPSINBy
lows who will try anything tvflce, so
peatedly, but received no answer. Then
r an hour and a half to intercept her;
k they went Immediately to Lanny'shouse
he noticed that their car was missing
,
for that hour and a half he must have
L:. .. &. The lights in front were out so he summoned the martyred Flynn .
and In another section
Flynn AngellotI
t".,}:" > when they arrived, so Flynn pussy-
around front and told him the worst"Don'l of the To his he
"What's Cried city.
That?
footed around to the rear of the cot- Angelloti annoyance No MeansA
speak to me, Flynn com- discovered they were out on a detail,
Alert.
,,: tage to see if any lights were' lighted Instantly tall man Isn't necessarily high
manded passionately "I'm dead Huntup so he decided he would have to risk It
there. Finding none, he listened for minded.-Exchange.SflVES .
an all-night drug store an' phonefor replied cheerfully. "Angels can do no called a taxi and drove to Ella Cates'
possible voices. Hearing none, he cautiously I I borrowed the left out
s a taxi. more. car you address. He discovered it to be a

; T>:.' lifted the lid off Lanny's gar- ; "This," Angelloti hissed, "is Dan MeNamara's front. It's In a garage. I'll send you cheap wooden apartment house, but
I '
:;\;,: bage can and bent his flashlight on It. the claim check." MORE( TIME
work. Where would they get the directory in the vestibule gave him
'..' He was rewarded for his by
courage
the bombs if he didn't swipe 'em out For a week, the chief waited for no Information as to which apartmentElla

F"-:.,\;:',;:' ."' finding a stained bandage with clipped of the police arsenal?" news of Nance Belden, but no news Cates lived In, so he rang thelandlady's and WORK
adhesive tape clinging to it This telltale -
:" came through beyond some gossip bell and the door opened to '
: .: ,\ :- evidence he carried around to Any Flynn commenced to sob as he con- than a l00o0
around the central station that the car
' admit him. To his Inquiry regardingMrs.
sid red the barren fruits of his
h: gelloti ; they entered their car, drove WASHINGMACHINE
.;, had been driven but three miles and Cates, be was Informed that she
enormous sacrifice.
;- a block and Inspected the clue In the
then abandoned-for which evidence
had moved to unknown a week Y
: : "Amadeo, swear to me by our com- parts : I
:: : light of the dash l lamp. Then they that the Almighty was still on his side
could his Informant give
,:. mon faith that what will blow before nor
come
.@;. silently shook hands. ,
.. -. the worthy fellow was grateful.So him clue to aid him In discoveringher.
.' ,
high, blow low sickness any
{ "Nothing is ever lost If you know come or sor- Nance was still in the city Me1 I

. where it is," Flynn rejoiced. "I'm go- row, happiness or health, you'll never Namara's mind worked so automatically No Heating with Matches or Torch...No
lay off this job until we've landed that As he came out of the apartment Like'Gas
to Instantly
ing get my missus a winter coat Waa ng..Lighb ,
he did not even have to tell himself
house he glanced warily around and
with my half of the reward. We'll -that-that huzzy. ironing time one-third
that, undoubtedly, she had taken sanc- Detective An- REDUCE your
observe
bone the district attorney for a search "Right I swear." Angelloti's voice was amused to your labor one-half! The Cole-
within short distance of the
warrant tomorrow, and tomorrow night trembled with the sincerity of his tuary a gellotI leaning against a cigar stand man Self-Heating Iron will save you
spot where she had abandoned Flynn'scar the street.. He certain the wash
when across was more time and work than a $100
f the old lady gets home, we'llmake purpose.
,( nor did be have to remind him- detective had recognized him, for An- ing machine! Iron any place where you
the
pinch. The respective wives of the worthy self that Flynn and Angelloti would gelloti immediately turned his back. can be comfortable. No endless trips carryingIron
"Shall we pinch her as an accessory pair telephoned down to the chief of He had from stove to board. Operating cost only
to the conclusion.
come same
?" The chief walked up to Mission street, ft* an hour. Helps you do better Ironing,
the detectives next morning and in- no difficulty in ascertaining the spot boarded a street car and was at the easier, quicker.See .
"Amadeo, my boy, unless you're look- formed him that their husbands were where the car had been recovered. your hardware or housefurnlshlng dealer.
bus terminus two minutes before the
Ing hard for something, It's a mistaketo confined to bed with influenza. It If local dealer doesn't handle,write us.
"Folsom street and Sixteenth, eh?
bus on which Nance had left San Jose THE COLEMAN LAMP & STOVE COMPANYDept.WUSCS I
nee too much or know too much m\ght\ not be amiss, also, to state that he reflected. "Residential-flat buildIngs : Wichita, Kans.; Chicago III.; Loa
rolled in. But Nance was not among Angeles, Calif.; Philadelphia, Pa.; or Toronto.
This Lanning woman Is a friend of the Lanny came home in a taxi about and cheap apartment houses, the that alighted.TO Ontario, CanadaWOMEN'S (4305 j

chi Ps. As' far as the public ever need twelve-thirty, and finding the front cheap rooming houses and working- passengers BE CONTINUED. I'
know we picked the girl up on the door free of Angelloti, and the neigh-

street. borhood ozone quite restored to nor- AILMENTSMrs.

Angelloti nodded his! acquiescence ; malcy, retired to her bed and passed Yellowstone's Biting Bears Ostracized ;

: thy got the search warrant on the almost at once into dreamless and untroubled Themselves but Later Released"bear D. W. Young of
strength of that soiled bandage! and at I sleep. Trap 2800 \VUmer Ave.' Anrus-:
Ston, Ala., said: "I have
nine o'clock that night arrived In their It was not a police car In which <,. f taken Dr. Pierce's Favorite -
tar. Flynn went to the back door and Because some visitors have been bit. car" behind nis motor and towsit Prescription off and on
Nance had
escaped, but the private ;
needed
': 1 felt that 1
,
and clawed when they Ignored to a remote section of the park : whenever
posted himself there ; and AngellotI vehicle of Detective Sergeant Flynn, ten l a tonic and I have always
the front doorbell. A warnings against feeding the brown where the bear is released unharmed.- \\}::-" received satisfactory
rang light '
; wa: and its loss troubled him until the car to be
'; If I begin
: benefit.
switched on in the hall presently, and) was found, abandoned, out In the Mis- and black bears in Yellowstone and Popular Mechanics Magazine. I weak and L rundown. I take the ,PrcscrrpUon.Usually ;.
Yosemite national parks, a scientific i bottles la all I have to take
Lanny, dressed for the street, openedthe sion, about twenty-four hours later. one or two "
door six Inches. AngellotI had his Ajglance at the speedometer comforted means of handling the unruly bears Santo Domingo City before New I size am well tablets.and SO strong cts. liquid again.$1.00. Largo
has been It consists of gal- few Americans realize or liquid, $135.All druggists.DON'T .
,i foot in it.in a flash. Flynn. The car had been driven six devised. a Comparatively sire tabs

"Detective Sergeant Angelloti of the miles. In company with AngellotI (both vanized Iron trap, cylindrical In shape, that Santo Domingo City has more historic -

! I central station, Miss Lanning. I have now happily recovered from their ter mounted! on an automobile chassis I I interest than any other place in

I .. here a search warrant, giving me legal rible experience) he drove Ir. the same equipped with rubber-tired wheels. A the AmerIcas, observes a writer in the NEGLECT

4\ 5' right to search your house and secure car from Lanny's house, via the most trapdoor is arranged so that a bear Washington Post. It was the first city
closes It automatically when he climbs and laid out and constructed by YOUR KIDNEYS !
capital
the person of :Nance Belden, an es- direct route, to the point where a
caped ,convict from San Quentin peni- patrolman had picked up the car ; I inside the. trap to consume a piece of Spaniards in the New world and was not working

tentiary. Read It an' weep !I" thence via the route followed by the I bacon. referred to feelingly by the Conquis- IF your and kidneys you are suffer backache,

"You take your big flat foot out of patrolman when he came off duty and I When a bear annoys tourists, one of tadores as La Cuna or Cradle of Amer. dizziness, burning, scanty or too

my, door and stay outside until I've drove the car to the central station and the park rangers' attaches the "bear ica. The original city was founded by frequent urination, swollen feet and I

read this purported search warrant or reported It. The mileage was six and car" to his automobile and tows it to Bartolome Columbus, brother of Christopher ankles; feel lame, stiff, "all tired

I I'll shoot your foot off," Lanny Informed two-tenths miles the scene of the depredations. After on August 4, 1400, on the east out" use Doan's Pills.

I him coldly. Angellotl with- "She's holed up within a block or baiting the trap with a large slab of bank of the Ozama river, near its Thousands rely upon Doan's.They .

drew his foot promptly, Lanny closed two of where she left the car," Flynn bacon, the ranger drives his auto intoa mouth. It was named by Bartolomein are praised th-a country'For sale over.by

the door, and he could see her faintly decided. place of concealment. Soon the bear honor of his father, Domingo Columbus Get Doan's Pills today.

through the curtained glass, reading. -"Not such a cold trail, after all," appears, attracted by the smell of bacon and the fact that the first all druggists.r .

"Come In," she Invited-and at that Angelloti exulted. "We'll just have to and climbs into the trap, the trap- stone was laid on a Sunday, which wu nOAH'S PilLS

moment the electric light bulb tossed patrol the neighborhood In our off door clanging shut Driving from his also the day of Saint Sunday .

out the upper window by Nance ex-: moments. I'm sure the girl doesn't hiding place, the ranger hooks the Santo Domingo.


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The Clewiston News- o:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .....:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. I be to transferred the copy from hook the marked wastebasket "Paid- I year British and taxpayer pays who$560 earns income$5000 tax a I balance.to' 51250-and Christian 22.5 per Science cent on Moni the/

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ads" i i I makes less fuss about It, generally I tor.: .

Published every Friday in Clewist, RAMBLINGS. Board of Control, Tallahassee, speaking, than does the American I

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, 'I short reference to the 50th anniver- with the same salary, and equal .
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Inc. of the Florida School for the number of dependents, who only '
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Keathley Bowden, Editor all who has paid the tax in both I
stitution of which we know too one
A typical scene in most any newspaper II Come To Church !
office on opening the mail! I little. Better use that. countries, P.V.. Wilson, the writer '

Entered as second class mail matter Monday morning. Only first class News service from the State Cap-r of the Forum ,article, implies thatit t tI

February 1, 1927, at the Post< letters having received attention itol. Those boys will be busy from is a question of confidence.The II Doctor Williams I

Office in Clewiston, Florida, undcr Saturday and Sunday, the three day: now. henceforth. income tax is associated in Father Finnegan

the Act of March 3, 1897. accumulation makes rather a formidable I Weekly Meterological record from Britain with great statesmen, Pitt, !

pile. ,the Belle Glade Experiment Station. Peel, Gladstone, in the past; with

Subscription rate, '$2.00 per year. The waste basket-a bushel ham- Gives maximum and minimum tem- the Philip Snowdens and Neville

Advertising rates on applicath+ per-is waiting empty.I peratures for ,each day last week. Chamberlains of the present. The individual ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON

Highest 89, March 13, and lowest citizen may violently disa-
First is letter from a Miami law REQUEST ,
a
Devoted to the advancement and 41 next morning, March:14. No won- gree with their political! complexion, I
firm. legal notice enclosed. Good< I
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry der we felt so chilly last Thursday. but he has unreserved confidence in STEBEL
tonic for the bank account. C.: E.
County. Contract for a Ford ad this week what they tell him about the budget.It .
Civil Service Commission, WashIngton -
again. Chevrolet led Ford nationallyin is commonplace to hear Americans
D. C. Jobs are available. Assistant Electrical ContractingPHONE
sales In '34, but Ford has gone remark they would pay the tax .
credit union "":'
Investigate
A' Safety Bulletin posted in the after 'em this year. Both are doing cheerfully of they felt more certainof 2121
office : Only Jackasses junior physicist, chemists, assista
Engineers warns in the home of the levy.
!ome' good advertising the wise disposal
PAHOKEE FLORIDA
Horse Play. keeper (National Zoological ParkDon't )
Attempt believe our subscribers would town papers that folks really read. In any event, it should be some

The country weeklies aren't so big, consolation to the average citizen of Agent for
be interested.
to ,recall
A pertinent thought'
or so important individually but the the United States, when figuring his GENERAL' ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
Farm Credit Administratio
when you are tempted to be rude i is:
same people that scan the headlines, 4 cent income tax, to give a pass
to others not because Washington, D. C., pamphlet on per
You show courtesy
lhe funnies. and the sports in their ing thought to the British citizen, RANGES AND
the Farmer Pay His Debt
because "Helping
but -
gentlemen,
they are i
unlax and really read APPLIANCESI
daily paper the salary, who pays
earning same
They ought to figure out a way i to
you are one. "he little old paper from their home taxable income
10 cent on a up
include all of us along with the : per
town. I

Peter O. Knight of Tampa prefe r- farmers. "DID Mary Have a Little Lamb?" .' ........ ._.... .. ..... !<_ ._. ._,.!.- .:,..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..: ::
City daily sends copy for the ad -- w w w w W"w - '
red Florida to the U. S. Supren A big question mark on the' final .t-
Yi
Court, according to Walter '\\1n- with which we pay for our subscription ;] envelope wants to know. There was I:: CLEWISTON :;:

chell, 'who in his daily column said to the daily. enclosed a broadside advertising i:

Down in Tampa, FU, An appraisal service sends a
on Monday: series. If are
another cartoon you
there is a man sunning himself who booklet "Moving to Florida," which we'll tell we i iy
among the curious, you SHOW
could be sitting on the U. S. Supreme we did ,so long ago we send the: found the answer when we looked l 2 BIG TENT

bench. He is Peter 0. Knigh, booklet kerplunk in the bean ham] inside, Mary DID have a little lamb. !
Then decide to retrieve it to find t
lawyer and business exec. He's IO er.
And that's all except the creamof
pleased with the home town that he out, why other folks moved.A s i7fJ.v
the mail-the exchanges. :
snubbed partnership in N. Y. law motor company sends a bookie '3 Days Commencing Thursday, March 28

firms after making good as Gov "The Story of Knee Action." Havin

adviser during the war. Then he told) advertised knee action, purchase PAYING TAXES WITH A SMILPProbably : v

President Harding "no" on the Supreme knee action and ridden on knee action < y

Court offer. we persue it enough to enjoy o'ne reason why the ** will be 3-act comedy y:::
the diagrams and get something c f British taxpayer regards his incomt :$!: Opening Play a

Some information on the types of the general idea. tax paper with less aversion than :|!: drama "FROM OUT OF THE SKY", :!:

Australian pines that has been difficult "Never forget a customer-neve does his American cousin is becau..rhe Heffner in the comedy ::
:: Jimmie
accustomed to featuring
to uncover. During the recer let 'him forget you," a good sloga has been so long ;: < ..-- t

freeze some types were definitel heads a bit of free publicity. If all filling one out. ::t' role. Laughs Galore. :. ::

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the march
business folks tried to remembe As a contributor to yy
injured, if not killed, while others y
seemed not to, notice the unusual I that; and put it in practice, business number of Forum points out, tliic '" :T- ---, --- ---"-''= i'
in the Unitec
particular form of 'levy
cold. Casuarina equisetifolia, is the would pick up. x'X

name of the species which had no Another legal.A .service with sampl States it is has quite attained young,the while respectabl'age in Britain :!: 1 High Class Vaudeville Singing Dancing, : :;:
syndicate .t.
resistance to the cold.. Casuaiin ... I
sheets. Some clever thoughts hen of 134. The drain of the Napol- / Acrobatic and Rhythm Tap. .;.
Cunninghamiana is very hardy. This ( :,,, '.
if he hold out, 52 weeki eonic wars first made it necessary -
Wonder
can
:
in the stately '
variety adjoining is found the Yon home at Sout grov I year at the same level or if his To the Britisher, therefore, it is ar |;: :;'," DICK ROYSTER \- ',,- '"' -. :*::

mind blahk about half the tim institution, and he accepts it some- ::.
which injured by the goes :. ;
Bay, were not :;: .
what he does the classic cricket
cold. Another variety, which we believe as ours seems to. match as between Eton and Harrow at $ ':' J:% and his 8-Piece Orchestra, ::

is that of the Clewiston pine "NEWS, -RUSH-DELAY DESTROYS <. I

which did not even lose their foliagis ; VALUE" blares fort Lord's bridge and boat the race.Sometimes .Oxford and Cam- If:? :; /" "THE CAROLINIANS" c :::

Casuarina Clepidophloia, an unusually from the envelopes of about :one ..
indeed, "believe it or ; ;
,
pretty variety. third of these. No doubt the mail' 't' '. .
I not Britain actually will entertain. :t:
taxpayers In :;:
clerk everything else when he ; _
drops I become enthusiastic and crowds of : I AY
ees this important missive on whic'l1 ; y
Bet the Fort Pierce NewsTribunhad them beseige the offices of the rev" .
some tall explaining to do. Carried a cent stamp reposes, and give collectors and proffer payment *
enue be located "
will
t the fastest possible service. So dire :: \Vaterproof Tent Theatre
about the younges
a story ahead of time. Witness the economic
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''
grandmother, aged 36, who has been -to the wastebasket. th crisis of 1931 when British subjects I :: en the City ""Hall Lot. *
There's a three cent stamp on !

a grandmother' for 7 when years.she Tha be iext. We don't miss looking througl) rallied to the aid of the Chancellorof I .J. _>_ _______________ _____ __ ''i'.' I." .,
29
would make
her Ther the Exchequer, recalling the spontaneity '.. __ '

came a grandmother. The story was any of be them check pretty therein.carefully.Not thi with which American:: .;. DOOKS' OPEX 7:15:: ; ORCHESTRA 7:45; CURTAIN 8:00 'i. f-

about celebrating the 25th anniver light a bought Liberty bonds' during the I' ... .
ime, however, some, political pub :::
sary of the wedding of the grand World War. t
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mother. Figure that out. Anyway, H icity. The legislature's just around Current taxation, direct and indi- \ Children 15c t:;;:
tobe :: Adultc 25c
used <
she's 36 now and has been married the corner, where prosperity rect, in almost every country is bur :I : :
must have been 11] (or still is) I
25 years she densome. Just why it is that the .
when she 'married. But the stork' And we'll be deluged for the next ; ";..X..>>.a:"X':_:.4X..XMX"X N X.'J*.XMX.>:
2 % months-Sales tax, on or off, -
says she was 13, that she had a = --
Gas tax, up or down, School Revenue -
That th
daughter a year later. ... -....
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where to Liquoi
and had where from, ,
daughter married at 14 i-
daughter when she was 15-Lees- tores, state or individually owned ?:f
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that Homestead: exemption, broadened or i11' I FOR SALE .t. :
ex
burg Commercial., Anyway, not to .!. :::
arrowed down. To fence' or
plains how some women figure their :: ::: :;. .;,

ages. 'ence Better w.get another. etc. bean hamper :: _:;: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :: ::

to add to the collection, we'll need :I: .t. ::: .;.
RFC MORTGAGE LOAN PLAN .. ..
HAS SEVERAL "STRINGS' it. Is; ; .t. 'Y:'

Next. "Ravine Gardens, Palatka, Y

Open Dec., 1 to July 1. A stupendous 'i' .:. :t:
Announcement by Fred H. Far- :: :t: ':' .!.
atural arrangement of 100,000.azaleas :t:
'well, agency manager of the RFC at :: '.' .'.
787 -magnolIas xxA
11,000 palms,
Jacksonville, that applications for
642 dogwoods, 2,000 flame .t. + XY.
loans Florida business properties '
RFC on 't'
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ines 1,000 bouganvillea, 2.00C ,
,
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rare "being considered, is :
crepe myrtle, 2,000 Cherokee roses x +
until reads the announcement -
Interesting one
,000, Japanese magnolias, embellished + + ,
carefully. Then it isn'tso : :: f x
by more than, 200,000 othe' ::: :i: : .;.
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intriguing. topical shrubs in a ravine settin .;. '' I .:. ':. '....
It is noted that business proper- ':' ;
70 to 120 feet deep embracing 8E .'t'.' ':' ':.. ::: .
ties that may be the basis of such .. ... t '
mile drive '' "'"
cres encircled by a 5 fq I
loans include hotels and apartment :. Xt
We stop and relax, reading;; .t. .,
buildings of more than four apart way. .t. .t. .' .:.
every word of it. The Ravine Gardens ,
ments. Then comes a cracker on the
accomplished through use of Vl
whip, one of the strings attached to .t. .i.,.;.
ERA labor are one of our pet pro- .t. '.' .,
the loan plan, in the statement that A I IA
it but hop (
jects.; We've never seen ,
applications for such loans will be ,. Y s
considered "only where the incomeof to before July 1st. ", .y ?.
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wood industries : '
Some "filler" from :
the property is sufficient to meet + f
y
taxes, operating expenses, insurance
upkeep, interest on the loan, and Some from another news (? ) .. 'y.' t $* I 't'y .?'.

reasonable amortization of princi- rvice.: Sending out every week wit A ; : I

pal." ab-like patience cleverly worded At y

The point may suggest itself that, ( and often interesting) mateiia1 Ay y y y ?

if a property is in such shape as to with veiled propaganda for or Ay Y1

meet these few requirements, a a gainst some big issue. 75 percent Ay.t. 't.'t'" Y ..',

loan, RFC or other, is hardly need- of t the readers would never suspect: Ay Ay y

ed. Owners of eligible properties the}' were propaganda designed toleave Ay y yy

coming within RFC classification, a certain impression in the Ay Ay y

probably would be thanking their aders' minds. They create only an y y y

lucky stars that their propertieswere impression but a ,series of the same Ay y V A

in such excellent condition as sort of impressions soon become s y

would enable them to meet loan requirements convictions and thus is public opium .. 'y.' .vA'. '

instead of applying for molded. Hence the value of these :i:: :i: Pay The Balance I Like Rent *: 1(

federal loans; and it would requirea articlt::;. Editors shy around them, "

severe stretch of the imaginationto f eling that the news columns of the :.ii:. :: WE'HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :;: :.'.:

include such properties in any local papers are for local news and .;<*:: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME ::t: :'
"distress' 'category.-Tampa Times.A anyone wishing to use them to further -


sign on a real estate office in their to the own advertising cause should columns be referred -, H Clewiston Home Building Association H: ;

Orlando states that a carload of hose who write and issue the publicity :

fruits and vegetables is shipped out are paid money for it.:.-When

of Florida every 58 seconds in the some of that money is transferred ,'::_.. :.:: PHONE 102r ''.:.' ..'s'.-

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5. Y to learn that she was taken to Wednesday in West Palm Beach.
:3: Personal I Mention ::;: the Good Samaritan Hospital 'inVes't Mrs. Zanone left. from there for her ::!: EVERGLADES ::?: :

.!. \ Palm Beach for medical treat- home in Nashville, Tennessee after IS YOUR i SUBSCRIPTION PAID? : :
.:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:,..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ment Wednesday. :visiting her brother, A. A. Munroe I ::: FUNERAL

QL., A. Wells left this week for a and Mrs. ,Munroe, for ten days. I COUSE'- : 5: .
month's stay In Miami.. Mrs. J. F. McLure spent the ladies J. M. .t.1. HOME' 'rt
1' week-end in Indiantown with Mr. A party of touring Florida,

': .;." McLure who has been there for sev- who spent a day and night in Clew- Counselor and Attorney at Law :t!: Licensed Funeral Directors .
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Stewart were. :;
, j' eral days supervising some levee iston the first of the week, included Hopkins '
Building
visitors in Fort Myers Tuesday.Mrs. :: and Embalmers :;:
., ,/ < work in that vicinity. Mrs. Sarah Leavenworth of Wednesdays and Saturdays: t

. -,or',:, R. Y. Patterson were vis- -- Castleton, Vermont, Miss Gwilym T. 9:30 to 4:00 :S:: Ambulance Service :gCLEWISTOX i ,
,,' Lieutenant and Mrs. William H. Chamberlain of Reading, Englandand ,
hors in West Palm Beach Monday. X f
Mills and daughter, Rose Ann, spent Miss Margaret Creech of Staten
he week-end in Fort Myers visiting Island, New York. I WANTEDEnergetic' :;: PHONE 328 ?:g:

Miss Olive Laurenson spent the Mr. and Mrs. H. Campbell Lang, i .'.
PAHOIvEE, PHONE 2301 :!:
\ w,ek-end in Orlando visiting her Jr., at their home in Valencia Ter- Miss Ulla Jacobsen, Mrs. Elmer i man to ? ;r
'. sister. race. Kranz Mrs. Victor Emanuel, Mrs. young I1.1:N:.I:..:N:..:..:..:N:N:..:N:.I:..:..:..:11:N:1.:N:M:N:N:.) 1
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.'(' '" Guy Larsen attended a meeting of take special sales training fr,

.\ Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg attendeda Miss Louise Moore of Jacksonvilleis the Moore Haven Chapter, Order of

baseball. game in Fort Myers Saturday spending this week here with her Eastern Star last evening Two course and qualifyto ky

.; mother, Mrs. J. W. Moore. Miss Clewiston residents, Mrs. A. W. .
Louise will return this week-end to Lawrence and Mrs. E. B. Butler, sell a General Motors

resume her, studies at Massey Busi- were initiated' into the order. You Wreck 'Em
C. H. Giraux of Washington, D. C.
: ness College. Product
was a business visitor in Clewiston. I We Fix 'Em rC
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Couch of

this week. Mr. and Mrs.: J: M. Boyd of Pa- Grant, Florida, are spending the FRIGIDAIREin

. \.-' : hokee were week-end visitors in week at the Clewiston Inn. Mr. PAINTING BODY AND
: Floyd., 'Mills and Glen Etherton Clewiston. Mr. Boyd is leaving this Couch is exhibiting a pump manu- FENDER WORK ;;

made a ,business trip to Fort Myers week for Fort Barancas for a six factured by his plant, which is par- cooperation with and TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY .

Wednesday. months' stay at' the R. O. T. C. ticularly adapted to.drainage work ,
-- Camp. Mrs. Boyd will join him after in the Everglades. The exhibit is through the authorized *r i
Done An
' i by Expert
; Harry Duval left Wednesday for the close of the school term. at the Everglades Fair in Pahokee.
Key West for a visit of several days I dealer in this territory. Courteous Service

with relatives. Lieutenant R. Selee was in West Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Principal Work Guaranteed. S

Palm Beach Tuesday as guest at the i George B. Stanley, Miss ,Mae Drew Address: Prices Reasonable.
J. F. Curry returned the first of meeting of the Rotary Club. The and Miss Livonia Congdon accompanied

the week from a stay of several daysin speaker of the occasion was Secretary -I a group of high school students BYARS FORGY P'ONEERService

Jacksonville. of the Interior Harold Ickes, to Alva Wednesday evening

who later made an inspection trip to [ for the Tri-County League's one-act IREFRIGERA TION CO StationBELLE
'* Mr. and, Mrs. 0. A. Jones were in the Lake Okeechobee section to view,"I play contest. Students composing the

., ( West Palm Beach transacting business the levee project. cast of the play entered by the Clew- Frigidaire' Distributors GLADE PHONE 10

;iIJI' Saturday.E. iston school were Bill Cowart, Miss Wrecker Service at All Hours

Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. A. A. Monroe Evelyn Hare, Miss Emma Bethea, Tampa Florida. y
, E. Kelly'and T. B. Shelley were Mrs. C. F. Goodman, Mrs. Z. G. Jimmy Harrington and'George Best ' : business visitors in West Palm
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:; 'i-; r C. W. Dodd of Atlanta and J. D.
I West of Orlando were business vis-

itors here Monday. .
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Roy, Jr., 'of Belle Glade were visiting ",
+ friends here Wednesday.


Mrs. R. M. Hare, Mrs. Elsie Coth- rR'4. }r.l., .r. :r.. .. ...... ...n.,. .n'r,:.,;..;. ..:,.. ....... .:::.'v'v:;..n. : vn. .. y.
ern and R. J. Lee were visitors In

West Palm Beach Tuesday.


55, Mrs. Elmer Kranz and Mr. and

Mrs. Guy Larsen were visitors in ..
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1Irs.Illlam 'Hooks, Miss Betty ,.Yr ... :.... fi..rk ., .' C.y. .4. .,..... X., ..... r.r.... J.,..r:k.,.n.r7..;nss... .. s.,., ry: '..H.. .r '
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Hooks and Miss Lillian Burke of .. .+'
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LaBelle :visited here Sunday. :; :::::: ; : jkrlrn; \ic\L;; k.}.r. :: Sk;::

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Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie \'

spent a few days the first of the

week at their home in Lakeland.
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P' ': Louis Rivero left Monday for' San

ta Clara, Cuba, where he will spend
the summer on his father's ranch.C. P$ *v. ;\t$ -$
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I. Allen, comercial agent for ... ji.. Ys{{'j v: ..4..vya: >Y4 *1X

he Atlantic Coast Line railroad was G --
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In Clewiston on business Tuesday.Mr. LUGGAGE B U I LT-I N\ : .l. ROOM FORFENDERS kJ -N
6:00 16 inch
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and Mrs. Hiram McElroy of 'VAWW1"COMPARTMENT / ,,s- i RIDING 6 PASSENGERS j TO MATCH r\>, i j
Tampa were business visitors In UJV' +M yV \ / Osv ALL STEEL BODY (STEEL A As' A TIRES / |
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Clewiston for a few days this week. ? \ BUILTIMCOMFORTV'S.: % REINFORCED ,WITH STEELss\ BODY A?;1.1.7.A::;:.; AIR-BALLOON A-V
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left yesterday morning for Tallahassee -

,for a business visit of several
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days.Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw and Mrs. bE T
INOW WHAT YOU
Martha Ludekins were business visitors ,
in West Palm Beach Wednes- ; .;

day. ..
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Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Emanuel and 'it FOR YOUR MONEY

sons were week-end guests of Mr.

and Mrs. Charles W. Hendry in Fort .' '
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..<'.:;:;;,m Mrs. M. A. Summers and daughter HEREi";; some of the things you .In addition you:-'get a modern,,streamlined '-
''w Joy, of Moore Haven, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cole HERE'S THE AVERAGE should look into before you buy a noise-proof, all-steel body. .

recently. I EXTRA COST new, 1935 car: "?' ,:'M", .You get an 85, horsepower V-8 engine
i TO APPROXIMATE I
Mrs. H. H. Turner accompaniedh Is Safety Glass all around included I IvrhWout \ which provides eight cylinder
mother, Mrs. H. L. Delaney and FORD '
extra cost? Is riding comfort smoothness _with the .economy of
Mrs. H. H. McCall of L!.Belle to Miami -.
for every passenger built into 'a"d/
EXTRA .
Sunday. DOLlAR VALUE I
the car? Is a luggage compartment s

-- i FEATURES: provided, or must you pay extra for Ford built many extra dollars of
Mrs. Ethel Hancock of Abbeville,, -
the convenience of ,
Georgia, arrived Wednesday for a Safety-Glass all around $ 7.53to$10.00 storing traveling value in the 1935 V-8 and then reduced
Lags out of the of ?
visit of several days with Mrs., RM. way passengers
Hare, Jr. Trunk for Baggage 30.00 Do fenders match the body at no f. the price. 'See this new car

-- (If not built in) extra cost? Are the tires big, air- today-the most economical Ford
Comfort ride equipment 20.00 balloon ones, or must
Miss Frances Morgan of West you pay more
Palm Beach spent the week-end in (When not built in) money to get them? ever, built. If you drive. it, you will

Clewiston with her parents, Mr. and Fenders to Match Body 7.50 to$10.00 buy it., -

Mrs A. L. Morgan. 6:00 x 16" flir.Balloon AIl: these features, which make for ------ ..
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\ Tires . 9.60 greater comfort, safety and beauty
JImmIe Lofton, Walker Nall andJ. AND UP, F. O. B. DETROIT..
W. Hampton, who are employed Total $74.60, 'arc part of the extra dollar value you :. 9 Low Term.10 Through Jon payment Untrcrf. :'Eatv,! .

on a survey party near Okeechobee, extra Crvilil CDnJpan-Thtt Aiilhot-
the get in the Ford V-8 at !no cost. .,:::4 1.. ied Ford Finance Plan.
spent week-end here.,


'f' ) B. E. Reed and son, Robert, of .

r Moore Haven, were in Clewiston the
first of the week. The Reed family

I:, will leave in a few days for Little
LaBelle Motor Co" FOB1J8
: Rock, Arkansas, where Mr. Reed has \

accepted a position with a private

engineering firm. Mr. Reed was one

\ of the first government inspector LaBelle, .L\'r'\ :Florida ON THE AIR-FORD SYMPHONY y __,I _

assigned to the Lake Okeechobee ':, '." ORCHESTRA. SUN. EVEl'aNCSrPOR! 9
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FIlED WARING. ..
project, and lived in Clewiston for a fc
+COLUMBIA NETWORK,
\i : time before, moving to Moore Haven u, ..' .

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I AVOIRDUPOIS IN DEMAND HOUSE FROCK ON \

Current prices for wives In Cyprus -' 1- TAILORED LINES' I

Mediterranean Isle owned by
Britain range from $100 for a slim
wench, to $500: for a buxom girl with OUR COMIC SECTION PATTIWf' 2103IT ,

plenty of curves. The buying and
selling of girls for marriage is, of
course, legal. The girls are the
daughters of Turkish parents, who
sell them to the highest bidders, usually THE FEATHERHEADS QW yebnfonr.l Reminder t4
Arabs from Palestine. A docu-

ment has to. be drawn up and LE't'ER ? POCKET?
stamped, and duty Is paid. In the )OG6ONEI1.1ERE! DID foil I PUT AWHAT ,
LOCKET ?
case of divorce, full recompensemust WAS SOMe HI G- [4 MAIL THAT WHAT L.E l"eR IM d5
he given; but In virtually every WAITED "To bo PE'1'1''ER''Z I II
case the girls are contented.-Grit, I WHAT LETTER I 'i'OlJR, LEFTOUTSIPE .. .
AND I FORGOT PUT IN :
NAND b d
Rifts in the Lute l IT WAS $ I 4r
CKeTpp (
v COAT Po
Don't forget that there are some- I 'i'OukET 'Z .
times yawns in love affairs. I J / : \ 'foU MAIL

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WHAT TO DO

ABOUT o IC
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"Acid Indigestion"A ; .


WAY THAT RELIEVES THE
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Many people who think they have THROUGH 2OU
"weak ,stomachs" or "indi estion,"
doctors say, suffer in reality from LOST TI-
nothing more serious than acid stom
LETfER//
ach. And this common ailment can r
usually be relieved now, in minutes.All .
you do is take familiar Phillips'
Milk of Magnesia after meals. This
acts to almost immediately neutralizethe 2163 .
stomach acidity that brings on

your trouble. You feel like a new ...
person! you are a little tired of the

familiar Try this liquid just"PHILLIPS'once. Take either", or the the f !/m \ % /1 general run of house frocks you'll

.
new Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Weatern Newspaper Untoe enjoy the trimly tailored lines of
Tablets. But watch out that you get this design, with Its unusual but-
the Genuine PHILLIPS' Milk of toned-down collar ,and buttoned-
..
Magnesia.ALSO over sleeves. For It's one of those
FINNEY OF THE O'Loughlin
IN TABLET FORM FORCErJ: n Ne.p.per UnIYaN0,1HERE SlipperyYwALERrNOW casual shirtwaist styles-so very
Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tab-
popular nowadays-and It has a ,
lets are now on sale at all drug
stores everywhere. Each tiny OF COZJRS&, OFFICER PEOpLH WILL FIJ.JNE'- slenderizing panel up the front, to
tablet is the ,
equivalent of .,4 ,, Pli'.i Ps- HAVE SEEN YoU \ make It very becoming to the larger
SeEN
a teaspoonful ::., "'" HERE:- 3/iT/ ?ON' ( WArf up-I! I WAL01
igura.' The the bodice Is gath
way
of Genuine ... TELL ANYONE
WHY IJMTlt- THIS 60WAR6L1Lt
Phillips' Milk "+; :::. 'fA! Go INTO 14A'D0 ered to the :youthful yoke and slot-
of -.. SCARE: IS OVER--' IF You'R.
Magnesia. ?: %
S HoUSETHERE'
"'J, "' ... pleated at the back Is not only very
PHILLIPS
ELSE-THAT I'M SUSPECTED OF WMAT'STHERET fv'ness that women demand of I
/// AlCUj4wJ L ARSoN AKNTHINC( ?- -- hodse frocks. Made of cotton broad- '
SUMP IN' WRONGrf c.,.th, or printed pique this dress

would be charming and every bit as
Laxative So Many Like I I I l )' i li 1iT chic as a sports frock! I I
i
Pattern 2163 Is available In sizes '
Old folks, young folksthousandsof I a :..-
them say they prefer Thedford's 1 l 1 I l1 16, 18. 20, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42 and 44. f?
Black-Draught when they need a Size 36 takes 44"yards 36-inch fabric -
laxative. It does its work so well. Illustrated step-by-step sewing
"I have used Thedford's Black- ) ( Instructions Included.
Draught in family since 1885" 1
my II Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) In
writes Mr. Henson Temple, Smith- (0(0ON
coins or stamps (coins preferred)
dale, Miss. "We do not feel like we
could keep house without Black for this pattern. Write plainly
Draught. We are quite a good ways name, address and style number.BE .
from town, and a good, simple medicine SURE TO STATE SIZE.
like Black-Draught: is good to I fill 1 Address orders to Sewing Circle

have on hand. All these years I OI'LI. ELL IEZ8UT -- Pattern' department, 243 West SCT.
have never"changed because it gave RA(MIMBER- COME OFF WAL'ERHE'NOW enteenth street, New York City.
satisfaction. NEEDED SOMEBERLIEVE
THEDFORD'S BLACKDRAUGHTAttention It 'XIS A SECRUT// I DON'1/// CQA L'SEESO
\ \IT.// IN THE WHIRL
HE WUZ. SHTEAUM HE WOULD HAVE
Cynics 1ES( 2 wNY COAL /// THEY USF L.ERASHES To I

The cynic is the man who has no 1 SID HE 'Do LIQUID\ HJEL ) PUT off HIS lC fWALK "It is always a statesman's pdT'j'j

courage.-Rev. Lynn Harold Hough. SaMPIN' ? SEEWINDY liege to change his mind." \ !
---7// "I'm aware of that," answered Senator -
I Sorghum. "But what's the use I.

I if of changing your opinion when every J
'i ''i body's too busy with their own men-
tal somersaults to attention l
I ii r I II pay any
to yours?" I


Looking Ahead
r I Friend-You'll soon forget her
Q'j'i' 1 I I. I fr l lI and be happy again. \

Your II Jilted Suitor-Oh no, I won't. \
own druggist is authorized to
cheerfully refund your money on the spot _,r i1 'I'Ir I I've bought too much for her on the

if you are not relieved by Creomulsion. r I r I Irm alit Installment plan. .

western Newspaper Untoa .y t t .... ,
J "" fl.- '" -- l&I..r// I.
SWANCKY: TIE CLASP AND COLLAR
Pin Combination NatlonaUy priced at $1.
Special Introductory otter 25c. coin or
stamps. Agents: wanted. Milbcrn Enter- MisunderstoodAs BOY No Use
prises. P. O. Box CJ3. Providence. R. I. I I
the ship was about to leave-the Doctor-You need a change. Why
harbor an old lady was knitting on not leave your trouble behind and goon
\mtatitli/Eased deck. "Cast off there" shouted an one of these ocean cruises?
Witickli/ffea/ect tllcen i
Patient-That's no good. She can
Cannon eases throbbing pain;allays "Thank you, officer," said the old swim.-Stray Stories Magazine
inflammation; reduces swelling; lessens lady tartly "but I am quite capableof
tension; quickly heals. Easily doing my own knittlng.AshlngtonCollieries
applied. Inexpensive.Results guaran Come On, Boy
teed. Also use for festers,risings,cuts, Magazine.
burns,and bites.At your druggist,or Mr. Kettle-Why don't you like Mr. He-GIve us a kiss.
Spurlock-Neal Co.,Nashville,'Ie n. GADDAP! Bellows? She-You and who else?-Pearson'a
Mr. Pot-Aw, he's always blowing Weekly.
WNU-7 11-35 about something.

OR A WINESAP !

Start the day feeling_ 5... C' U9 Castor Oil More ProfitableAn I i
FITand ACTIVE! / d G amiable old man, a visitor m a
\ I neighbor's home, was trying to win
Oon'tsystem let a sluggish onrcrcwdedINTERNALLY 7 W5n o r0 the friendship of the small daughter
hold .
back.CLEANSE
you /
WITH CAflFIELO, v.GARFIELDTEA. i of the house. 1'V
TEA slowyouupiodkcepyoafeeM Get rid of the wastes that "I'll give you a nickel for a kiss," r
"-
Ing rundown and Inactne. he' said.
Usually 10 hrs.works within 8 to "No, thank :you," she replied .sweet II
MILD but prompt!
Atdrugstorti25c&10ci ly. "I can make more money taking
castor oil."

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WSAMPCO.. ,
e
P iFABro0WYer Ample Reason"I "Jack says she Is the apple of his
N.Y. I need a holiday," said the pretty eye.'"
cashier. "I'm not looking my best" "Well?"
"Money makes the uKonsens,"-said the .
mare go. manager."It "To use that expression seems far fr} l:
"In that case, mister, I couldn't even Isn't nonsense; the men are be- fetched."
\: drIve a pony cart." I ginning to count their change." "Not at all. She/s/ a pippin."
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: _4_____. IMPROVED------:.;- PRETTY WORK IN Few Couples Celebrate

O\JLTR UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL MALTESE"CROCHET> Their "Golden Wedding"Once

In a while we read or hear of
I By GRANDMOTHER CLARK some couple celebrating their golden
SUNDAY
f'
LessonBy wedding anniversary. Despite the
fact that the American life span has

( REV. P. B. FITZWATER. D. D., been extended golden wedding anni-
; Member of Faculty Moody Bible
", Institute of Chicago) V versaries are becoming fewer and far
: : Western Newspaper Union.
between. Unless
they
SANITATION CHECKS marry very,
very young, the chance that a couple
,' I CHICK COCCIDIOSIS Lesson for March 24 villli\"e to celebrate the fiftieth wed-

f ding anniversary together .(the large
;. From PETER DESCRIBES/ THE CHRIS. number of divorces not being con-
Trouble Starts Eating
TIAN LIFE sidered) is about one in six. A New MOR'ELUSCIOUS
'f Eggs of Parasite. York life insurance company has recently -

". V" I LESSON TEXT-I Peter 3:8-18. released some Interesting sta-
, I: \; ::,. By H. C. Gauger Instructor in Poultry Science GOLDEN TEXT-But sanctify the tistics on this subject. If a couple Is
I North Carolina State College.-WNU Lord God in your hearts: and be ready
Service. always to give an answer' to every married when the bride is eighteenand

: iiil't:: ', Although no cure has been found for man that asketh you a reason of the the groom twenty-three, they
? de- hope that is In you with meekness and have a one to four chance of :surviving VEGETABLESFresh
chick coccidiosis, a ,particularly fear I Peter 3:15.
>:..., ', :"/, jtructive disease. It may be prevented PRIMARY TOPIC-Pleasing Jesus to their golden wedding day.

-:> when proper sanitation steps are tak Every Day.JUNIOR When they join up when the brideis large, full-fla-
"
TOPIC-Jesus' Way of Liv
twenty-two and the twenty-
', en. ing. ,,', groom vored and luscious
; five, the chances are one to six. And vegetables
; ., The parasites which cause the dis- INTERMEDIATE AND SENIORpTOP-
ease are usually present wherever there IC-Living Like a Christian. -,.,*' those, marrying after thirty-six. the can be grown
\ older YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TQP1Q"Practicing figures show, have no right to expect
:, Is any poultry, but birds sometimes Our Christian Profession. right in your back-yard
harbor the parasites without suffering This kind of crochet work is not a golden ,wedding at all. But 93 out
'. Is the of 100 couples can expect to enjoy or garden, if you'use
any serious 111 effects. It Having given instructions citizens new but has been used by past generations
tt
hick between four and twelve weeks (2:13, 14), servants (2:1Swives when general crochet workis while their tenth or tin wedding together, Ferry's Purebred Vege-
777
out of
each
Df age that suffers most. (3:l-G), and husbands (3:7), Peter in vogue. The article to be made > thousand cou- table Seeds-the kind
when chick eats is worked ples' can expect to see and celebrate
Infection starts a up faster than when cro- .
now sets forth the
attitudes and metires their that have been Ameri-
the microscopic eggs of the parasite. which are required for the per- cheting with a hook only, and the twenty-fifth or silver wedding

The eggs break open in the Intestines fection of all the relations of human result Is different. A hairpin staple anniversary.-PathfinderrMagazine., !.U'c'' ca's favorite seeds for

; of the chicks and release myriads of life. and crochet hook ,are_used, and the three generations and

"' living bodies which attack the mucus I. Characteristics" of the ChristianLife hairpin varies in width, dependingupon Great City's Tragedies,

,, ...membranes., (V\'. S-ll. the article to be made or the There are 500 stone slabs in the more. Don't miss this

Infected chicks are weak, listless, Thesl find expression in personal attitudes size of loops that are desired. Cot- morgue of Bellevue hospital, New chance to economize!

and droopy. The appetite is gone and and manner of living. ton, wool, silk or linen thread can York city, and most of these are occupied -

they huddle In groups ,as though they 1. Toward fellow believers (v. S). be used, and scarfs, centers, edg- continuously with! human 1
a : are cold. There is usually a whitish, a. "All of one mind." This means ings, insertions, novelties, in fact any bodies brought in from all parts of

::, watery dropping which has a tendency unity of thought and feeling. Chris- article that is crocheted can be madeIn the city. They are for the most part

to paste up the fluff around the tail. tians being united to the one Lord maltese crochet. The collar shown victims of murders, accidents, suI-

Chicks should not be allowed to, eat Jesus Christ, animated by the one above is made of white Shetland cides, even starvation. Sometimes

the parasite's eggs. The brooder Holy Spirit and governed by the one wool. The hairpins measure: Small additional resting places for corpses ''ONLY' V
K!?:>::1? Vr.W
I houses should be kept sanitary and every Book, the Holy Scriptures, will Inev- 9x1: % inches, medium 0x1: % Inches, must be Improvised.

':, Ii Vi',' precaution taken to keep the eggs itably come into possession of like- large 12%x2% inches. Instructions In
} ". c' from being tracked into the houses mindedness. hairpin crochet work and for mak-

. '';" from other places. b. "Having compassion one of another ing this collar will be mailed to you Three
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" ',', Infected chicks should be removed ." This means more than sympathy upon receipt of lOc. The hairpins are Simple Stepsto

' Immediately from the flock and killed In times of sorrow. It means 15c for each size, or 3 sizes for 35c.

, .."<" ., and either burned or buried deeply. the sharing of,joys as well as sorrows.c. ? Address ,HOME CRAFT CO., Dept.B Ease Sore Throatin
j : ;; The litter and sand In brooder houses "Love as brethren." Being'of the Nineteenth and St. Louis Ave.,

t,: jhould be changed every other day or one family a common affection should St. Louis, Mo.

, ," oftener. Only fresh, clean material dominate its members.d. Inclose a stamped addressed en- Three Minutes

; > should be used for litter. "Be pitiful." This means tender- velope for reply when writing for I
j "
J While the chicks are in the brooder heartedness, expressing Itself In sym- any information. I
pathy toward the helpless and needy. Modern Scientific Method ,
house, the runways should be preparedby 45;
spading or plowing the soil so as e. "Be courteous." This means Lowly Snail Factor in Wonderfully Easy !

to turn the Infected top soil under. If friendliness, Christian politeness. Return to "Normalcy"The REMEMBER PICTURES HERE
:' this.Is impracticable, the chicks shouldbe 2. Toward the world (vv. 9-11)). lowly snail, famous for his a

restricted to a limited area which I a. "Not'rendering evil for evil." Positively lack of'speed, is hurrying the returnof Here's a safe, modern and effective

can be covered with sand or gravel, or expressed, this means doing better times in the Herxheim, the I way to relieve sore throat. A way

they should be confined to an outdoor, good for evil. The natural man ren- Pfalz (Germany) district. that eases the pain, rawness anJ l

wire-floor sun porch until ten or twelve ders, evil for evil. The believer has The first Weinberg snail farm In irritation in as little as two or three I
been called thus to manifest the spirit 1 Crush and stir 3 BAYER Aspirin !
weeks old.Culling.
Germany was opened there last :year Tablets in H glass of water. minutes. Many doctors advise it andmillionsarefollowingthisway.Tryit.
--_. ,of Christ.b. when a wine grower hit on the Idea I
"Eschew evil and do good" (v.
Hens Good Way 11). This means to shun or turn away of putting the snails under his grapevines 'fffir-d AH you do is crush and stir 3 ,

to Get Vigorous Flock from evil. It means the bending away to work. BAYER Aspirin Tablets in $$glass 'I i
lie found that If they were pickedup '
of water and with it twic
gargle >--
<
When culling the flock keep hens from one's course at the approach of ,
early in the morning or after a
that are strong, healthy, vigorous, with evil and the positive doing of good. rain and segregated to a special Y as pictured here. (If you have signs
7 short, neat heads and strong beaks; c. "Seek peace, and ensue it," It of a cold,'take BAYER Aspirin and
"farm, they could be bred and
,- hens with long, deep, rectangular is not enough for a believer to refrain systematically.The drink plenty of water.) i

bodies; hens with dusty, well worn from conflict. He must bend every grown first frost last fall found each Get real BAYER Aspirin Tablets

feathers, but having a bright, healthylook energy in the direction of peace.II. for this purpose. They disintegrate
snail sporting a new jacket, tough 2 Gargle Thoroughly-throw your
; hens with large, bright eyes, active Incentives to Christian Living enough to stand the knocking aroundhe .e head way back allowing a little totrickle quickly'and completely, making a
down throat. Do this
(vv. 12-14). I your twice
and short woll-worn
appearance without
I got when he was shipped to Do not rinse mouth. gargle irritating particles.
toe nails; hens that molt late and 1. "The eyes of the Lord are over French markets. BAYER Aspirin prices have been
those that molt rapidly-keep those In the righteous, and his ears are open a.r
Connoisseurs in France report that decisively reduced, so there's nor
unto their prayers" ( 12). God not
particular that molt: and lay at the v.
the German variety is equally tasty n ,l point now in accepting other, than
same time or that do not stop laying only takes account of their efforts to
when compared with the best French the real Bayer article you want.
when molting; keep the noisy, happy, live righteously, but his ears are opento
Weinberg snails, and the result Is
hear their cries for
friendly hens that rise early and go help.
2. "The face of the Lord is that other wine growers in the Rhine
to roost late; vigorous hens with pale against NOW
beaks and shanks, with thin pelvic them that do evil" (v. 12). God will 'Palatinate are running successful I .
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bones; keep early hatched, well-grown surely visit in judgment those who depart farms of their own. er
.
> pullets. from the way of rightdiving.

Cull hens that are old, or that a're 3. God ,will protect and keep those Wise Pagan PhilosophyLet 3 If you! have a cold, take 2 BAYER 15 '
poor layers; cull cripples, those with who will bend their energies to the do- not sleep fall upon thy eyes till water.e Aspirin Repeat Tablets.if necessary Drink full, following class of PRICES on G nuin; Boyer AipirinRadically
broken down abdomens; cull the sick ing of good (v. 12)). thou hast thrice reviewed the trans- directions in package Reduce on All Size 3,

quiet, inactive hens that loaf aroundon 4. Happiness in suffering (v. 14). actions of the past day. Where haveI

the roosts; cull the "crow heads" This means the suffering which re- turned aside from rectitude? What

with long, slim heads and beaks, and sults from the pursuing of the ways of have I been doing? What have I left MAKES bULL CARS LOOKLIKENEWAGAIN

those with large coarse heads with righteousness.III. undone which I ought to have done? '

:', sunken eyes; cull all under-sized pul- How the Christian Life Can Be Begin thus from the first act, and
%
lets, the early molters. the persistent Lived (vv. 15, 1C). proceed; and, in conclusion, at the' ill It's marvelous the difference Simonizing
of It
makes in the appearance a car. brings
It be lived In the power of whIch' thou hast done be troubled
sitters, and hens with bad habits suchas cannot back all the beauty and lustre your car had
,cannibals, egg-eaters, and feather- human strength. A divine dynamic Is and rejoice for the good.-Pytha- when new. Not only that, but Simoniz

,. pullers.-Missouri Farmer.. provided. goras. keeps the finish beautiful.So always insist on '
;. 1. "Sanctify the Lord God In your Simoniz and Simoniz Kleener for your car."

hearts (v. 15). The Revised Version I
To keep clean and healthy take Dr.
Checking Egg-Eating HabitAll 'says, "Sanctify Christ as' Lord," en- pierce' Pleasant Pellet.. They regulate
sorts of disagreeable substances throne ''Jesus Christ as the Lord of liver, bowels and Itomach.-Adv.

have been used to fill an egg shell to life.

check egg-eating-red pepper, aloes, 2. Be ready to give a reason for Life,
mustard vinegar, etc., but without your hope (v. 15). A Christian should The man who grabs life in both
much success. Now and then a hen have an understanding of his faith, fists and twists the essence out of It,

;may be "taught a lesson," but the rule such as to give a reason to the In- tounts.-R. W. Chambers.

Is that the psychology of, hens does quirer. The Christian's faith rests

not grasp the idea of such punish- upon the highest reason.
"
ment. They may get a dose one day 3. Live a conscientious life (v. 1C).
and try their same egg-eating trick One's life should be so lived that the HAVE YOU HEARD THE TYSNDTE1

the next. Perhaps If one kept at It consciousness that actions are con-

long enough the hens might see the sistent before God and man is possible. flEWS THE REGULAR

> point, but that Is not practical Pos- Such a life will, put to,shame evil men .
sibly only one or two hens are the who falsely accuse and despitefullyuse CALUMET NEW CAN IS SO 4t a
PRICE Of
culprits. Yellow marks on their beaks the believer.
,?
will tell this, and those Individualscan
.
!" .be Is discontinued. Otherwise the (vv.IV.17 The, 18))Issue. of the Christian Life BAKING POWDER 1$ NOW ASY TO OP N.!
remedy putting the nests in dark
Christ said to the disciples that
spots and gathering the eggs frequent- would receive the treatment 25!
ly.-Rural ,New-Yorker they same Paul ONLY A POUND /
that the world accorded him.

says, "All that will live godly in Christ I
\ '1' Scaly Leg Jesus shall suffer persecution" (11

f } Scaly leg of chickens Is most often Tim. 3:12). If God wills that we suf-

found with older hens. This ailment, fer for well doing, let us rejoice, look

observes a writer In the Wisconsin ing to Christ as our supreme example.

Agriculturist, Is caused by a tiny mite
and can be checked by first' washingthe Greatness and HumilityI A

legs In warm soapy water, then believe that the first test of a truly
s
3e
dipping them for a' few seconds in great man is his humility. I do not

kerosene. Do not leave them ,in the mean by humility doubt of his own
kerosene too long as It Is too harsha power, hesitation of speaking his opinions -

treatment then. Sulphur ointment I* but a right understanding of the
another remedy which has proved relation of what he can do and say to
helpful according to statements by the rest of the world's doings and say

some poultrymen. ings.-Charles Spurgeon.

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a dainty gift for cut prize. 1 JIMJMIE HEFFXER broadcast senate proceedings each under the said certificate was in the

SCHOOL NEWS Other guests were Mrs. D. G. Als-I .,, day in order that the people of the name of G. Coffey.
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
ton, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. T. B. state may hear from the, mouths of according to law, tax deed

Shelley, Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. A. their elected representatives just will issue thereon on the 25, day of

'r: HIGH SCHOOL ASSEMBLYMiss : A. Munroe, Mrs. H. 0. Peters, Mrs.R. what is said on the floor of the senate March,' A. D. 1935. ., I\

N. Smith, Mrs Mark Lawler, Mrs.C. Dated this 22 day of Feb., A. D. ;
: Eva 1IaeGreen in chamber. 1935. !
was chargeof E. Nall, Mrs. C.V.. McDonalld, I
The broadcast will be made (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
the chapel, program at the high Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs John
through the facilities of the state- Clerk Circuit Court,
school Dotterer and Mrs. Gayle McFadden.Tea .
assembly yesterday morning.The .
radio
owned station WRUF. Hodges Hendry County, Flor-
following program was presented guests were Mrs R. H. Collins said the senate committee on legis- ida.

:' and Mrs. Wi S. Cowart. lative audit and expenditures of No. '54-Feb. 22, Mch 181522.

which he has tentatively selected);
Bible Reading-Bill Owen.
SIRS. ALLEN ENTERTAINS
personnel made the broadcast
Song, Welcome Sweet Springtime.Skit ar-
I rangements after
"A conferring with
Backyard Quarrel"Joel I Mrs. V. V. Allen entertained with him. Remote control from Tallahassee
-I
Wynn and James Lang.. two tables of bridge yesterday after-
to Gainesville will be
Song, Oh, Susanna. : necessary.
noon. High score prize was. won by "The people of this state" Hod-I
Reading, "I Wish'' I Were a Boy", c- -
Mrs. G. C. Poole, low by Mrs. W. : ges said, "are vitally interested in ".'> marvelousWY/rarrf
Roberta Treatment which is
Spicer. F. Simpson and cutjtby Mrs. James I i amazing relief Sold bringing
.T matters that will come before the on ironclad
Songs, Isle of Capri, and Good Bruce. All received novel match aY Kt, at % money-back guarantee.
senate and they are entitled to know
Ship Lollypop, sung by Junior Mc- holders fashioned of wood. PRICELESS INFORMATIONfor
how the Individual members
C acken. are those suffering froml1bpR
Guests were Mrs. H. 0.\ Peters, functioning and voting on such important STOMACH OR DUODEN/

Song c, Santa Lucia. Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. I. M. Paffoid, matters as Old Age Pensions 4 ULCERS., ACID POOR DYSPEPSIA.DIGESTION

Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Mark R. -, SOUR STOMACH. GASSINESSHEARTBURN. -
federal funds
PROGRAM OF SOXGS I matching revis- .CON
Lawler Mrs. Robt. N. Smith and Appearing with the show, Heffner
ion of the state's tax structure, liquor STIPATION BAD BREATH
f and Vinson, which is making .Its' appearance -: SLEEPLESSNESS OR HEAD-
.
Mrs. James Bruce.CHILDHEX'S
The grammar school chapel program control, enlargement of the ACHES DUE TO EXCESS ACID.
in Clewiston Ma'rei:. 28th Aflc for of Were
a free /oImagl
this morning will consist ofa RECITAL BY I provision of the homestead exemp- AuthorizedVillard copy Dealers.
for a three-day stand.
period of group singing under the tion amendment and many other
MUSIC PUPILS WEDXESDAYThe ,
I Alston Drug Co. Clewiston Fla.
direction of Miss Mae Drew, song I matters."
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director. This will be the first time that the I :
children of Mrs. Mark Law- conditions and their needs for assistance -

ler's music class gave a recital at reference is made to the proceedings of either house have ever 1.N.M.N.ti.N.N.N.N..N.N........N.H.N1...N H. .N.N..N.N.N 1 ;N.
JUXIOR BENEFIT SUCCESSFULThe been broadcast.

the Lawler home Wednesday even-; rather lengthy report on the Seminole I ?;:., New" and UsedFURNITURE ;;
ing. Parents of the children were incited I ..
dance sponsored by the Jun- attend. Indians in Florida made by Mr. s y..
to
ior class under the direction of their Nash in 1930, and printed in LEGAL ::
The following program was giv- Roy NOTICESs:i *_
sponsor, :Miss Vilma Rhodes, was
I en: full in Senate Document No. 314, i
given at the Clewiston Inn last Fri- Y
day evening. Piano duet-Johnny Jump Up, by 71st congress, 3rd" session. Y

About $45 was netted to the class, Rhunelle McGehee and Marianne "The area set aside for the Indians ITILE; CIRCUIT COURT, ._I:: BELLE GLADE :;:

the Jones. by the state of Florida is within TWELFTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT OF
to be used in
expenses money of the annual defrayingthe Junior-: Song.-The Three Kittens, Nancy the outer boundary of the proposed FLORIDA IN AND FOR HEXECtY :i: FURNITURE COMPANY ::2..

Wright. Piano accompaniement by Everglades national park. Thereare COUNTY. IX CHAXCERY.
Senior banquet later in the spring. ,

Peggy Solos Lawler.-The Merry Go-Round, The at living present upon very this few tract, if any, and, Indians it- I ANNA MAY -TURPEN-, ) |:;: Belle Glade, Florida :;i:
SCHOOL LOSES CLOSE GAME

WITH ALVA HERE FRIDAY Mocking Duet-The Bird, Sunrise by Marianne Trail Jones., Nancy I is hoped the state will set aside for Complainant vs. )) :;!: Next Door To Theatre :!:'

this .
the Indians in lieu of reservean
LLOYD TURPEN
VERNOR ) ..
Wright and Rhunelle McGehee. the :: . . . ;
The Alva basketball team won by ,Solos-O, Dear, What Can the area of approximately same Defendant. ) ..1..N.N.N.H....N.N.N.N.N N. .N.H.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N..i.1.;.
five points from the Clewiston capers size immediately' north of the pro- BILL FOR DIVORCEIt
Matter Be and Little Things, by
here Friday night, March 15th. posed park. It is believed the lieu appearing by affidavit appended :

The game was a close one with local .Peggy Lawler. tract would be of substantially more to the 'sworn Bill of Complaintin 1.N.N.N.N......N.ti.............N..........................................h,.
Song-The Katy-Dids, Peggy the above entitled cause that the ...
benefit to the Indians than the pres-
boys in the lead until the last '
Lawler and Nancy Wright. Piano ac-'I defendant Vernor Lloyd Turpen is a I I I
moments of play. At the end of the ent reserve, and it will fit in well II
i companiement by Rhunelle McGe federal non-resident. of the State of Florida;
with the of the
first half program gov-
Clewiston led with 16-12
a bee that there is no person in the State
score. A series of fouls ernment for improving living con- Good FarmLand
removed
Solos-Daffy Down Dilly, April of Florida the service of process in i
.
some local players and the game ditions among the Seminoles."In Chancery'upon whom would bind
Showers Wright.
Nancy
by
ended with Alva 28, Clewiston 23. view of the foregoing, I rec- the said defendant.It I
Solos-Alice Falls Asleep, The
Clewiston players: Merrell Lowe commend that the Seminole land is thereupon ordered that the
Chicks Rhunelle McGehee.
and Ed Clark, forwards; Bill Cow- Baby- exchange bill be enacted." defendant, Vernor Lloyd Turpen, be I II
Duet-Trailing Moon Vines, Peg-
the Bill of
and appear to Complaint
art, center, Jimmy Harrington and I
gy Lawler and Marianne Jones. din said cause on or before the 6th :
SCHOOL PARTICIPATES INPLAY
'
George Bestor, guards. Substitutions I
: Robert Patterson Mrs. Lawler presented a Child's CONTEST AT ALVA day of May, A. D. 1935, otherwisethe I for Rent
Charles
I History of Music to Marianne Jonesas allegations of said Bill of Com-

Robert and Page Cowart. a prize for the best grades in mu- Continued plaint will be taken as confessed by
Alva players: Byle and Dan Walker ( from page 1) said defendant.It .
sic during the past six weeks. Moth-
forwards, W I1iams, center, Law- twins, Mildred Hill; Janie the other is further ordered that the
discussed with Mrs.
Flynn and, R. Walker, guards. Sub- ers present twin, Alma Crews; Susan, a- sister, I above note be published in the
the of I
ler plans for organization a
stitution: Moltaz.BASKETBALL Aletha Hathcock; Miss Penny, seam- Clewiston News, a newspaper pub- _....
for child- --
music club class
or study stress, Glenna Atkins; Fannie Belle, lished in said County and State, once

IN MOORE HA VEX ren.Punch Betty Hooks; Hubert, Junior Hull; a week for four Consecutive weeks.
and cookies were served at Done and ordered at LaBelle,
Russ, Homer Hand; Pansy, Poole.
the close of the evening. Florida, this 14th day of March. TrespassersWill
The Clewiston basketball team 2. THE AFFAIRS OF PEGGY, D. 1935. '

will play the Moore Haven team in THE COMMUNITY CHURCH Moore Haven High School. Cast of I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. '''HULL Be

Moore Haven tonight, Friday. Sunday, March 24th. Characters: She (Peggy Hale) an Clerk Circuit.Court.H. --

Rev D. Jenkins Williams,' Minister actress, Frances Adkins; He (Billy) I A. RIDER, ProsecutedThe .

an admirer, Fred Flanders, Jr.; The Solicitor for Complainant.No. '

LOCAL ITEMSAmong 9:45 a. m. Sunday School. Other Man, her husband, Roger 56-March 22-29, April 5-12-19. I

10:45 a. m. Junior Church. Weeks; The Author, Bobby Hooker; I

6:30: p. m. The Pioneers, Miss Lock- Julia, a maid, Amy Hunt; Jim, the I

the Clewiston visitors who hart, Supt. promoter, Richard' Yoder; Two I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR i

have attended the Everglades Fairat 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Sub- workmen, Paul Boe and Roger Sax- TAX DEED

Pahokee this week are J. E. ject: "The Radiant Energy of on.

Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mc- the Cross." 3. BE A LITTLE CUCKOO, by I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

Kenzie, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Nebikerand I the Alva High School. Cast of Char- I That E. B.' Butler, holder of Tax
ST. MARGARET MARY'S CHURCH Certificate No. 1116 5th of
day
son, Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Fred acters: Anna, Ilda Brown; Marjory,
I
CATHOLIC Sept., A. D. 1932, has filed said ClewistonH
Hill, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Digges and Winnie Carter; Harriet, DorothyDouglas
certificate in my office and made ap-
children,. Josephine and Bill, Mr. ; Mrs. Parker, director,
Father F. J. Pastor plication for tax deed to issue thereon -
and Mrs; G. Finnegan, Ruth Mills Lizzie, a scrubwoman,
B. Thomas and daughter ; in accordance with law. Said cer- Company
Confessions before Mass.
Mary Louise, Mr. and Mrs. M. I ildred Hayes. scribed property 'situated in Hendry
I Mass on Sunday Morning at 8:30.: I
H. Crouch and daughter; Joan, Mr. County, Florida to wit:

. and Mrs. Carl H. Berner and child- Mass at St. Mary's Church, Pa SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND BLIND Lot 3 Block 204 Clewistou.

ren, Carlene and Bobby, Mr. and hokee, at 10:30 every Sunday. CELEBRATE 50th ANNIVERSARY The assessment of said property "qJ ......................................'......................................-......... .

Mrs. Keathley Bowden and son, Kay, -- -
SECRETARY
Mrs. M. E. Yenawine and daughter, ICKES / St. Augustine, March 21.Fiftieth -
VISITS'LAIE
WORK -
Jean, Mr. and ,Mrs. W. F. Simpson, 'anniversary of the Florida }I

Mrs. J. F. McLure, Mrs. Olin Carle- School for the Deaf and Blind, state-

ton,' Miss Marcia Avant, Miss Ulla (Continued from page 11 maintained institution here, was observed 3FAMOUSMAGAflNES I II
"For the most part, the Indians
Jacobsen and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr. : this week with fitting cere- I
inoles. He said: (A List of 22 to Choose From)
Mrs. W. E. Bolton of Orlando : monies. ,
live in in the : Only
spent the camps swamps Educators who have in
week-end in Clewiston vis- specialized AND
II a few, if of the Indians have ,
any,
iting her sister; Mrs. B. E. Nail. work with the deaf and blind came

removed to the lands purchased and here from over the country to join in '
I I reserved for, them by the federal : The Tampa Daily Times ,
LADEEN PETERS CELEBRATES the celebration, in charge of Dr. C.
and make but lit- :
i government they
EIGHTH ElIRTHDAY MOXDAY J. Settles, president of the school,
tle of these lands. Most of the
use
II and participated in by the 342 pupils
ONE
LaDeen Peters celebrated' her Indians are now living on unreserved now enrolled. YEAR

eighth birthday with a party given state or privately-owned land. The school is under supervision of '. ./
The the FOR A DOWN PAYMENT OF $1.00
.I by her mother, Mrs. H. O. Peters at I purpose of proposed legislation the Board and Control of Florida In-
the Schult is to authorize an exchange of of i PLUS 15c WEEKLY
apartments Monday after-i stitutions Higher Learning.
the lands purchased and set aside by .
noon. ] Becauseof overcrowded conditions )'

Six girls joined in making the afternoon -I executive order for the Indians within and urgent need for repairsto THIS OFFER OPEN
the state of Florida for lands on TO OLD ;
:
a pleasant one for the little buildings and 'purchase of new.1
I i which the Indians are living, or will AND NEW
honoree.
Favors and
of paper hats, ani- household instructional equip- SUBSCRIBERS

mal trains a'nd other novelties delighted -I make use of, and which will be of ment, and for development of the
substantial benefit them. I
the to farm the
children. Decorations school state budget com-

and refreshments were in green and Unwilling to :Move mission recently recommended that See the Regular Times Carrier or Write Main Office

white in "In view of their reluctance to for Details
honor of St. Patrick's Day. the legislature appropriate $85,000for
move in the past, it does not appear -
girls'
a new dormitory at the
MRS. TRAIXOR IS HOSTESSAT that it would be practicable to school and $152,640.50 per year for --- --- -- ----- -- --------' -

DELIGHTFUL BRIDGE PARTY try to remove them at this time to the next two years for salaries of instructors ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...
the acres reserved for them. So and for necessary'and reg-

Mrs. C. F. Trainor entertained. ; long as they are not living on reserved ular operating expense. :: HAVE YOU SEEX THE NEW :{

with 'a delightful bridge party' at her I land, this department can- Members of the board of control :!: WILLIAMS ICE-O-MATIC :'s':

home on the government reserva- not use funds appropriated for Indian which Is headed by George H. Baldwin +;v '

tion Tuesday afternoon. Table decorations purposes in improving their Jacksonville, joined in the anniversary America's Most Economical Electric

and refreshments were in homes or aiding in other ways to observation. I
.. .
I a green and white color scheme to improve their methods of living. If i ; Refrigerator "Jf7

out the St. Patrick's the is enacted, PROCEEDINGS OF SENATE X
carry motif. proposed legislation : ..
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Can be purchased with no money down and low
Mrs. J. Zanone, of Nashville, was it is hoped that lands can be TO BE BROADCAST : as as ..:.

an honor guest and received a ed which will be used by acquir-I I ::: $7.75 per month. :i:

dainty gift of green linen handker- dians for homes, gardens, Tallahassee, March l-F.NS-) :: r

chiefs from the hostess. Mrs. J. and stockraising, and the Indian Contending that the coming sessionof CLEWISTON RADIO SHOP *_

Grady Niblack received a green linen Service will then be In a position to the legislature is oneof the most :;: Authorized R. C. A. Victor Sales and Service :::

scarf for high score prize, Mrs. extend much more help and protec- important in the state's history, vi

H. R. Hall a green luncheon set for!I tion to them. For further information Wm. C. Hodges, president of tho :i:: Clewiston Drug Co., Clewiston, Florida .;-

low prize and Mrs. M. P. Peterson relative to their present living i state senate announced plans to .:--.X.--.X.----------.X.--, .... v
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