The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00550
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00550
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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40 Acres Of Beans Relief.' From Water


The heavy rain which fell a week Residents of Torrey and Kramer

FARMING SECTIONCessation ago Saturday night at Belle Glade AFFECT LAKE WORKA Islands last week visited the U. S. HERE NOVEMBER 8THC.

flooded 65-acre field
completely a Engineer office here to ask that

which had been planted by C. E. locks in the St. Lucie canal be open

of rains and drying off Miner of Clewiston, but instead of $16,000,000* slash in dredging ed in order to reduce the lake level E. Miner, of Clewiston' an-

of flooded farming land during the throwing up his hands in despair, funds for the United States by the and to prevent flooding their lands nounces in an advertisement in this

Mr.' Miner set out immediately to the issue the installation of and
past two weeks has seen many ac; es federal government this week took should water level raise much new

of beans planted by growers in save as many of the beans as pos- off $500,000 from the appropriations higher. Their petition was forwarded modern packing and grading equip-.

the Clewiston farming area south sible. for the OkeechobeeCaloosahatchee on to the District office in Jack ment in his new packing shed addition -

r as far as Lake Harbor. New crcps Hireing a large number of ne flood control project and it sonville and the first of this week to his warehouse in Clewis-

are being planted daily and some of groes he went into the field and be- is feared that the cut will necessi- the locks. were orederejd opened. ton which will be ready for opera

the more fortunate whose crcps gan to dig ditches radiating from a tate a delay in the work on the Recent heavy rains have raised tion by the eighth of November. It

ben low point in the center of the field. north shore of the lake in the vicinity will operate under the name of
were on higher land will pick :; -! the lake level from a normal fifteen

within the next few days.A At this low point he dug a deep hole of Okeechobee City. This work. feet to 16.6 and the island residents Miner Packing Company, with A. L.

this and let the water drain to this point.He to have been advertised witht'n Brown as manager.
check-up of bean acreage was i were fearful that should the lake _

week shows that more than 1,000acres then set up a pump. and pumped the next few days and .bids opened continue to rise their farming lands Work is to be started on the new

are already in beans between water from the. hole into:.the Hills- early in November. would have soon been under water. building addition at once, the shed

Clewiston and Lake Harbor. This borough canal. He estimates that he Nothing definite has been learned That section had had almost daily: being 40 feet by 50 feet located on

check shows only the tracts of ten has saved forty acres of the sixty- as yet as to just what effect the rains for two weeks and'a great the'south' side of his present seed

acres or more and the many patchesof five acre field and had he waited reduction in funds will have on the deal of acreage planted has been warehouse. Grading equipment for '

lesser acreage will bring the total the field would have been a com- project or what sections of the work, flooded out.Project beans to be installed first will be

probably' as much as 1,200 plete loss.P.T. will be postponed to await a later two 20-inch wire belts forty feet

acres.. appropriation but since contracts long operated by electric motors. A

Government market reports show' A. To Sponsor have been awarded and work start- Approved For blower will be mounted to clean all

that the greatest damage from rainsto ed on two sections of the Caloosa- leaves and dirt out of the beans before *

<. ;" growing crops in Florida occ.ir- Hallowe'en D at[ nee hatchee work and the final sectionis LaBelle School Work they move onto the belt. Over

red along the lower East Coast and: now awaiting'formal award of -- the belts floodlights 'will be placedso

in Seminole county. Total bean 's1'ip- contract and the remainder of the that packing operations may go
Parent-Teacher's Associationis Word received here this week "
The leVee work around the south 'shoreof on night and day. The' plant will
ments for the United States are x-
that the project had been approvedin
sponsoring the annual Hallowe'endance the lake Is practically complete it have a capacity of 2,500'packages
I pected to fall about, fourteen percent
next Washington for an addition to
will be held
I below last years shipments. which is natural to assume that the part.. daily and will be used for gradingand
the LaBelle High _School building
Thursday night at the Clewiston will be left off on which'the con ,packing beans, peas, tomatoesand
I Price of beans on" the Northern Inn. amounting to $19,200 for an audi
tracts have not been awarded. other vegetables.The .
markets has.falcn. during this weekto Many interesting entertainment torium and extra classrooms.The .
The Welatka U. S.
engineer tracking facilities at the
low figure, .
a disappointingly quo features have been arranged and two school projects for Clew
arrived at the mouth ofTaylor's
tations from New York today being dredge, warehouse will be increased and an
those who' attend assured of iston submitted at the
are Creek at Okeechobee Sat- were same
for Bountifils I eight" car .capacity track will be provided .
from to $2.50
$1.50 plenty of fun.. Bill Daughtery and time but as yet have not been approved
and has an' approach
Stringless under tLat. urday begun on Later it is planned to installa
with slightly I his complete orchestra will be here channel to the mouth q'this by the Washington WPA of
However it is said that the outl ok pre-cooling system which will pre
from West Palm Beach to play for creek. officers fice. This was for a new high school
Dredge Wednesday cool with shaved ice rather than the
for next week is much more enco ir-
the dancers, with Mr. Daughtery appearing stated that believed that building in Clewiston and a new negro
aging. The drop is said to have be endue they blocks'now in use.
in person to conduct. the 'would continue that piece schoolhouse in Harlem.
to an influx of beans from Virginia they on' 'Mr. Miner has made connections
orchestra. of work regardless of whether the The Harlem school at the present
the Carolinas and Louisiana. with Carbone Brothers and Com
It is hoped that as many as can remainder of the project is constructed time has 102 pupils under one
The first beans to be picked here and masked pany produce house of New York
will come in costume now or not, but had no of- teacher In one room with new pupils
this season were, taken off Wednesday need and will ship to that company ex
but this is optional and no onp ficial orders other. being added daily. The congteeted
by .Ed Butler and ,A. A. M'in- remain because they disliketo one way or clusively. He states that only two
away Other federal projects which were condition makes it impossible'tor
roe from a four-acre, patch in he brands will be packed and anythingnot
mask or appear in costume. Everyone cut included the Passamoquoddydam the colored students to accomplishmuch
townsite. The first picking was 63 attend make good enough to rate these two
is urged to and in Maine from ten to five mil school work.
hampers and they expect ;to, p clc classes will not be handled Grade
of and
the fun gaiety
evening one million reduc-
close to a hundred hampers to .)rI Hallowe'en.PaffordTells "I lion and a two dollar f produce will be packed under the
befitting tion Mississippi River work.
row. on trade name' of Levee: Brand and

I In the Clewiston townsite, C. E. Of Ocala CaloosahatcheeCacography Grade '2 _will be known 'as .Sugar-

Miner has in the'largest acreage of land Brand. Mr: Miner is a licensed

\ 100 acres. He has also ,planted n.,ar COUNTY PLANNING federal broker'nd', also is licensed.

f the golf course 30 acres of English Meeting To Kiwanians by thestate.. .
peas which are looking very nice. Mr. Brown, who will manage the

Others with beans here are Andy I. M. Pafford, delegate from the BOARD HAS FIRST By Marjorie B. WallacePop packing plant, was 'formerly con-

'Wieland 15 acres; Johns and Lucas Clewiston Kiwanis Club to the nected with M. H. Crouch' packinghouse

.... 35 acres, ; Larry Nash and Hocm- meeting of State Kiwanis Clubs at .in Lake Harbor and :with"

es Rich, 10 acres each and T. Michael -, Ocala last week, described the meet- MEETING THURSDAYThe took exception to my state packing plants on the' lower: East:

20 acres. ing and the business transacted at ment last week that the river wouldbe Coast and is said to be very effic

In the Bare Beach vicinity A. O. the regular meeting of _the local less lovely when the U. S. E. D. ient..
Walker has in the largest acreage club last Wednesday night.In new county planning I got through with it. He thinks thathandmade Plans for handling the produce
recently by Governor
and will pick next week. There ire a very Interesting manner Mr. I Il I terraced banks will be from 1,000 acres already planted
Sholtz held their first meeting
100 acres in this patch. Cason r nd I Pafford talked of visiting former l prettier than nature's: irregular ed- have been made by the company and
LaBelle at
Brown have 60, acres, J. E. Bear Is- Clewiston people now at work on Thursday night in ges of the stream, overhung by mos' later on they expect to plant .1,500
home of Mrs. Louis Gravely. All
ley,' 50 acres, Crouch and Neal, 30 the Cross-State waterway prior to members'were 'with the exception sy oaks 'and nodding flowers. Just acres of English peas-between Moore
acres; W. ;M. Franklin, 60 acres t nd the opening of the convention, and like an engineer, :who invariably Haven and' Lake Harbor* .
of D. 'G. Alston who was unable -
Pete Goodbread 60 acres. The remainder -i said that it was easy t'o' distinguish likes straight lines and angles bet- The company will be cash deal

of the beans are planted in I Grover Poole from the mules at to attend. ter than curves-except. in Mae ers for International fertilizers
First business transacted the Y'
smaller patches from 1 to 40 acres. work on the canal excavation be- was West.Incidentally: which have proven very popular
election of a permanent
there's lot of dirt with growers on the Lake and will
cause he worked longer hours than a
Mrs. Gravely was
secretary. coniing :out of the river in the process deal in Burpee and Ferris-Morse
the I '
Government May Buy named chairman and Mrs. H': L. De- line
He expressed his regret at being of making it less lovely. (I will seeds exclusively. A complete

More Land For Indians' unable to remember of the thingshe laney, secretary. have: it my way.) Almost sixteen of hampers and agricultural equipment
District WPA Director Recht, of will also be carried.
j had heard in the many fine million cubic yards. If you piled
Palm Beach was present at "
-- speeches at the convention but he I West it up on an acre plot, it would makea

In spite of the 'fact that stones I had retained eonugh of what he had' the meeting and outlined ,the plan tower considerably more than a New Duplexes Are
and procedure of the .county planning -
were carried by daily papers recently heard to give interesting excerpts mile and three quarters high, unless

to the effect that the governm nt from the most important speeches. boards, and their jurisdictionover T've forgotten: how to, figger, whichI Completed This Week
WPA projects of the county.A .
had turned thumbs down on a dpal Speaking first of the address of probably have and you can havea'
list of all county projects, both
to purchase 45,000 acres of adi- Roe Fulkerson who was present in grand time calling my attention to --
those and those for approval -
tidnal land In Glades county 'or Clewiston on the club's charter evening approved up it. announces ,this
J. E. Beardsley
given to the board and
9.use as a Seminole Indian reservation Mr. Pafford stated that ho Mr. Recht were explained that it was theboard's When I called at Ortona this week that two new duplex apartments -

further stories) indicate t at had given a number of fine pointson wek there was but one dragline for which' .he is rental agent,
duty to make out a preferential -
Secretary of the Interior Harold the management of a club as working and it was digging 'out the were finished this week and are.
in the
list of these projects
'1.. Ickes Is still considering the pur well as did others who followed I lock channel and upper -gate sec- now ready for occupancy.The .
,order_they considered of greatest
chase.A I hole full of water, so located just
tor. The was apartments are
him.Mr. .: I benefit to the county and stated that
special representative Cha- lea Pafford stated that. one of the it didn't look like much but a mill- across from the A. C. L. passenger
no' matter in what order they were
Robin, has been sent by Mr. Ickes') most. impressive things about, tjhe I approved in Washington that they pond. But I understand that this station within easy access to town

department from Washington to convention was the fact that none could work approved project particular piece of excavation is a- and the sugar mill. One of the duplexes -

l work with K. Riddle of West P-1m of the speakers talked hard times''' chose. on That any is, if a project is bout 40 percent complete, and the has two 2-room: apartmentsand

I Beach land acquisition agent, .ml and were all of the opinion that business they in Washington this week cofferdam around the locksite is the other two 3-room apart

J. L. Glenn, Indian agent at Da.ila, generally was on a steady upward approved week later another project Ms closed. Two other draglines and the ments. In, the 2-roomers there is a
with a view to obtaining more 1 iiid' a 1" Marion spotted bedroomand
trend. Also impressing him which the board feels is ic eight-yaid were spacious living room, large
in the Everglades for the Semin')les greatly was the fact that so 'manyof approved they hither and yon on the job but quiet bath. The 3-rooui apartmentshave
beneficial to the county
with the assurance that educatio sal, the speakers' spoke along the more the second one Contrary' to news reports there has bedroom, kitchen, living room
health and rehabilitation progr: .ms lines of education, a sign that the''immediately may if choose and been no track laid on the spur line and bath. They are of frame con-

will be carried out among the r-m Kiwanis International will take a they afar as I could see. Telephone lines struction. Neatly painted in white
until later. According
leave the first
nants of the native race of Flor la. leading part In 'trying to straighten> his the WPA money are up from the highway to the job. and trimmed in green they are an
I jto statement
The Howard Cole Land Company out kinks now prevailing In the some'sys- There's been a pretty job of laying- added attraction to that section of

and several other holders of large school systems. ]I i'will tern be 5md apportioned the out each by county ro- out done here;.. the closely driven town.

property interests In ,Indian Prairie, Clewiston. v"i'h other state clubs monev allprojects takes, blossoming with flowers of '-
ccheo: which might not cover
have been working for some time had been given honorable mention of red, yellow and white flag cloth I

to sell the additional 45,000 acres for their v.-Tl- underprivileged: I I may be used on understood those look like some strange," geometrical bite chunks out of that sixteen mil

to the government to augment the children, Mr. Pafford said and first preference. It is the garden ,plot. Mostly my visit was lion goal. I didn't get across the
\ that the board Is also given
4 sections they recently purchased Jacksonville had been rwarded the I dog talk with Mr. Broadfoot and water to ask, but to my ,inexperienced

t"'"near Harney Pond Canal on the cup for the best work. I I right to stop work on a project of to Hanson. Hanson's beautiful dog, eye she seemed to have gone
work on one which they
Brighton road. I was
: -- "Tom" was run over and killed about 240 or so feet since

MRS. TRAINOR ENTERTAINS 1 I greater importance. last week, and we swapped dog there last.Several .
Members of the county planning
NOTICE for while-an inex- of the Jacksonville members
WITH BR'DOK LUNCHEON I Delaney stories quite a
board are Mrs. Gravely, Mrs. '
haustable subject to lovers of man's of the organization: are or have
Ed. O'Bannon, Mrs. J. L. Taylor.
The Ladies Aid benefit card party: best friend. been here lately. Monday Captain
Mrs. C. F. Trainor entertained a M. E. VonMach., Alto Hires and D. madean
will be held Friday evening, No- and Captain Selee
party of friends from LaBelle witha G. Alston. Down th'e line a bit, between the Ferringa
vember 8, at the Inn. ( the inspection trip down the river
bridge luncheon at her home locksite and the railroad bridge, Mr. Nel-

Thursday. Thoe attending from La- Rev. and Mrs. D. J. Williams and Bucyrus No. 2 was digging channelon I with Mr. Lloyd. Yesterday and Miss

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Barbee of Belle were Mr:. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. W. F. Simpson attended a Wo- MacWilliams contract, with 'son was out at the locksite,with him

I Moore Haven were business visitors Mrs. Donald .Hanson.and Mrs. L. W. man's Club meeting In Moore Haven Walker, Matthews, Howell and'Chaplin, who came down 4)0.

here today Snell. Thtrsday.'b. Knapp taking turns watching her I (Continued on page'

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:News Review of Current JACK IS NEEDEDIN YOUQUSUaL00Wl N0i


-- Events the World OverItaly SAYS AUTHORITYA Its:.

WEEK J wr-

jack of all trades has usually

been considered a handy fellow to

Mussolini at the Phone Is Outlawed by League of Nations, Austria and Hun- have around. But It is the fashionto 1 IF

Who Is the Alan? consider that such a general facility I
'gary Objecting-Hauptmann's Death Sentence Implies a lack of particular ex- y
No Fear in Vatican City _
pertness, or to express it in simpler
t A Shot at a Bird Upheld by Appeals Court.: Anglo-Saxon
of all
"jack trades; OLD KING COLEIS
Something new in war Is Mussolini master of none."

sitting in his office at the Palazzo Ven Now speaks up a vocational expertto A MERRY OLD SOUL

ezia In Rome, talking By EDWARD W. PICKARD protest at this belittling Jack.In NOW THAT HE EATS ROAST BEEF ., .

on a short these days of hazardous employ- HE HAS HIS TUMS I
Western Newspaper Union. IF HEARTBURN COMES .
wave radio telephone ment and drastic occupational
with Gen. BECAUSE It was prosecuting, an un- ment Inscribed "To the fallen heroesof changes resulting from the rapid ad-
Emilio de Bono his war on Ethiopia, Italy Aduwa." vance of the machine, the jack of all

m commander In chiefIn was condemned as a violator of the Italy ofllclally announced that all of trades is needed, says Prof. HarryD. LEARN HOW TO EAT

Ethiopia. Mussolini covenant of the League of Nationsand TIgre province was In Italian hands, Kltson of Teachers college, Col- FAVORITE FOODSWithout
should have virtually declared and at the snme time her columns umbia. Even If Jack: is master of
Heartburn...Gas.,.Sour Stomach
been photographedas to be an outlaw were advancing Into Ethiopia from no trade, he is much more master of
he received: the against which I the south and east. with the city of his own destiny than the one-occupa- MAKE the. test that has switched millions to
Munch 3 or 4 of them after eatinga
message, "We have economic and financial Harrar and the country's one railwayas 'tion man. Therefore, says; Doctor meal of your favorite foods or when too muchBrooking

just taken Aduwa sanctions are to theIr' objective. Squadrons of Kltson, today's vocational guidance some other, hasty cause eating has brought last night's on acid party indigestion or

where S.OOO of our be applied. That was bombing planes were flying here and effort should endeavor at all costs sour stomach, gas, belching or heartburn.See .
colonial there, destroying towns and killingmany"of how food "taboos" vanish. You are not
troops. the decision of 52 y "to avoid giving young people the taking any harsh alkalies which physicians say
G.OOO: of our Italian members of the leagueIn '' the Inhabitants. obsession that they are created for may increase the tendency toward acid indi
troops. were killed memorable a Recent reports from Addis Ababa gestion.Instead a wonderful antacid that works
a .meet- one occupation.
in an unusual way, by dissolving only enoughto
40 years ago. and Ing of Its assembly in said tile .Italian minister, whose departure This, unfortunately, seems to be correct stomach acid just like candy.
Arthur Brlsbnne humiliated;' had (seen requested' by the Only lOc a roll. At aU drug stores.TUMS .
Italy Geneva. Three nations one result of relying too heavily on
That was a proud moment In .Mussolini's Italy Itself andAustria emperor) Announced that the Italian the aptitude tests.and other methodsof FORTHE TUMMY
life. and Hungary, forces In'the north sector had occu- gauging ability which have been" ".

After Mussolini gets the news by refused to associate Baron AIoisl I pied the holy city of Aksum the an- devised in great detail by the voca- TUMS ARE ':1:1 )tM} ,., ;

radio-telephone he telephones It to the themselves with the assembly's action. cient capital of'the queen of Sheba. tional guidance experts. Such tests NOT ANTACID.A LAXATIVE. TVooa < ....h.wr.0CA D' ..Y,

Italian king's summer'residence. The Austrian and Hungarian representatives There was no resistance, and the Ethi- have value; but they also have lim
opians saved their sacred relics. F R E E: ;Color- '
had ;
already announced that itations. Doctor Kitson, one judges, tlful 1935-1936 Calendar. Ther
The of asked that other mometer with the purchase of a lOc roll or Turns
For a change from war, consider this they would not participate In any sanctions king kings Is an expert with a saving sense of or n 25c box of NR (The All VcRetablo Laxative)
IncIdent. Before the entrance to the against Italy because of their Italian legation officials depart with reasonableness. lie recognizes thereIs

"Recess club" frequented by Wall political and economic relations with the minister. The legation, he declared a danger of not being able to see

Street's "Who's Who," stood George C. ..the Fascist government. had kept its radio communi- .the woods for the trees. Lady Took Cardui

'Haigh, banker; Matthew S. Sloan, who If any of the nations concurring in cations in use after being requestedto The jack of all trades was sup- When Weak Nervous"I

used to run New 'York's electric light the league's decision wishes to declarewar desist. posed to be an outstanding human ,

and now runs the "Katy" railroad f on Italy, it now has the legal In Rome It was announced that Mussolini product of the pioneer days. He can't say enough for Cardui if

learned friend of Mr. Sloan's and this right to do so. The nature of the pen- would retort by giving passportsto who alone, or with a small Isolated I talked all day," enthusiasticallywrites
writer. alties to be Imposed and the manner the members of the Ethiopian lega- Mrs. L. H. Caldwell, of States-
group, was ,battling the old frontier,
of procedure was to be determined bya tion and would launch a new drive to- ville, N. C. "I have used Cardui at
had to be a jack of all trades. And intervals for "
Mr. Sloan said, with finality that committee Including all members of ward Addis Ababa. twenty-five years, she
sometimes he was master of several.It adds.
"My trouble in the beginningwas
marks greatness, "Mr. Blank," mentioning the league council, except Italy, and all Ethiopian cavalry made a daring Is surprising now to see the weakness and I
the of well-known Republican Italy's neighbor nations except Austria raid l into Eritrea, killing some Italians
name a
modern industrial setup, the antith- read of Cardui in a newspaper and
candidate, "will be elected In and Hungary. and capturing others ; but there wasa esis of the frontier, demanding the decided right then to try it. It seemed
193G." Your narrator buttonholed the The meeting of the assembly first report that a son-in-law of the em- same quallQcations.v before I had taken half' a bottle of

first man passing a Wall Street deni- heard an eloquent speech on Italy's peror and another Ethiopian generallost Cardui I was stronger and was soon

zen, well-dressed, asked him "Who Is behalf by her chief delegate, Baron their lives In this operation. up and around."
Week's Supply of Postum Free Thousands of
Mr. Blank?" the of Pompel AIoisl. He women testify Cardui 'bene
mentioning name charged that the fited them. If it does not benefit
Mr. Sloan's candidate. league had been unfair, that It ha1 UNANIMOUS decision of the New Read the offer made by the Postum consult a physician YOU

"Never heard of him. don't know used "two weights and two scales" In Jersey of errors and appeals Company In another part of this pa-
Is that Bruno Richard Haupt- per. They will send a.full-week's sup-
who he Is. Who Is he?" the pedestrian -. its work, that it had acted against Italy ,
was given a fair trial on the ply of health giving Postum free to
replied and went on. Of the next where it did not act against Japan In mann I
ten, nine would have said, similarly. Manchurian crisis, that it did not charge of murderingCol. 'anyone who writes for It.-Adv.

even consider Italy's complaints against gG Charles Lind-
"Never heard of him, but .all ten }
would have heard of Franklin D. Ethiopia. fffF ,. bergh's baby son ; that Outside Influence ta
his conviction was in There Is a spark of something In S
Roosevelt. Republicans must take "Why not Japan?" he asked.
"Why ,
accordance with the a bad boy that no kind of conscientious -
somebody whose name Is known If they not Bolivia and Paraguay in the Chaco '
evidence and that his parental training can take out.Don't .
can find him ; failing that, they woulddo war? Why Italy?"
well to select him now and see Before the decision nation after nation vy death sentence was le always blame parents.

to It that his name is known before registered Its adherence to the k gal. Every contention

election day comes around. league covenant. raised by the defensewas
overruled. In Its
"I shall make only a brief declara-

Despite possibilities of widespread tion," said Pierre Laval of France. opinion the court said: I
"Our conclusion Is
bombing of cities If "that war In Eu "France will face her obligations. I "
---" --
: that the verdict Is not
rope" should come, Vatican City, ruled said this before the council. I repeatit Bruno NOISE"

by the pope, does not consider anti- before the assembly. The covenantis Hauptmann only not contrary to- COME ON BOYS L MAKE SOME
the weight of the evIdence
] International ]
bomb defense necessary. Osserva tore our law.
but one to which the evidence
Romano, representing the Vatican "Action must now be taken," said
denies reports that shelters against air Anthony Eden of Great Britain. "I inescapably led. From three
different and, in the main, unrelated
raids would be provided in' Vatican declare the readiness of his majesty's
City. It says: government to take full part in such sources the proofs point unerringly to
action." guilt-vIz:
"The Holy Father has reason to believe -
Vladimir Potemkln of Russia "(a) Possession and use of the ran- G
that the dome of St. Peter's, regardless an-
of whatever the occasion nounced that his government was determined some money.

might be, is the most Inviolable-- to fulfill Its obligations. "(b) The handwriting' of the ran-

fense, firstly, because of the celestial Switzerland also emphasized its willIngness som notes.
protection of the Prince of Apostles to participate. "(c) The wood used In the construc-

for whom the is the sacred "1'0 other tion of the ladder."
dome sign delegation has asked ro ..0...
and symbol and because Its mass in- speak," said President Benes quietly."I Hauptmann's attorneys Immediately

dicates so clearly the holy place, respected interpret the silence of all as Indi- began preparations for an appeal to
and venerated during the most cating the concurrence of their gov- the Supreme Court of the United

.. obscure centuries." ernments with the opinion of the States Their only way is to ask that,
That the magnificent building erected members of the, council. The assem-' tribunal for a review of the New Jer-

:. by Michelangelo, with his priceless] bly will place this on record." sey court's action.To j.

statues and paintings within It, would Austria and Hungary cannot of prevent the death sentence being IT'S CRINKLY 1

t-' be respected by, even the most barbar themselves supply Mussolini with muchIn carried out while such a petition was [ [ A TREAT TO EAT

M ous Invader seems certain. the way of raw materials for war; pending in the Supreme court, it wouldbe SWEET i

" .- but there- is the chance that he may necessary to have a "stay of execu-

, Little things ,start big things. Doc- receive, through those countries, ma- tion" Issued by the New Jersey courtsor

;; tor Potter, formerly professor of politi- terials from Germany if the neutrality by a justice of the United States ,

cal science In the University of Wisconsin proclaimed by Hitler does not prevent Supreme court. If a review is denied ..

c'ti' one of an International committee Already the big packing com- the case will be closed Hauptmann ',

r of four that tried to settle a panies of Brazil have suspended negotiations probably will die In the electric chair .....

L quarrel between Italy and Ethiopia in for the sale of 22,000 tons of late In November or early in December.

:::: 1934, says that Italy has 'good ground meat to Italy, and Greece has stoppedthe

e- for complaint against Ethiopia, and shipment of donkeys to the Italian GREECE changed'back from a re- 1))

": that a soldier's casual shot at a. bird armies. The economic sanctions also to a monarchy overnight

(- probably caused the present trouble. will put an end to much of Italy's export in a bloodless coup d'etat engineeredby.

trade as well as her Imports. the royalists in the armed forces.
.,: The President assures the nation Led by Gen. George Kondylls, the army
officers demanded that Premier
t that on this occasion America will not good on his threats and Tsal-
MAKING daris
Immediately proclaim restorationof
:' '. meddle with what does not concern it Benito Mussolini sent
'( Jti" the monarchy. He refused and resigned -
What will the United States do about his armies crashing across the borderof
and a new government with
:r.' selling food to Italy if, through "sanc- Ethiopia, starting- war that cave
Kondylls as premier took hold. This HURRAH HURRAY
F: tions," the League of Nations tries to all Europe the jit- of ,
former minister war then forced out
:. starve out the Italians, as Germany ters. Under the com- President Zaiinis abolished the repub- I SAY, YOU SAY
. mand of Gen. Emlllo
was starved?
lican constitution, decreed the restora-
-, ., De Bono chief of the
Italian colonial tion, and was named regent by the national -
If a chain is no stronger than its ar- assembly pending the return of '
mies the Italian A
troops r
; weakest link the chain that makes up laboriously advanced King George II, who was called back

l2' the human race Is not strong. frorn. Eritrea, crossingthe from exile. Though the change of formof GRAPE

; Authorities in Java report fifty natives M Mareb river frontier government thus seemed completed, N Urs

Wi : of New Guinea, Including seventeen and capturing Adl- the assembly directed that a plebisciteon PEA

l;,:. children, arrested as "head-hunt- grat and other towns the question be Ivld November 3, KES!
ers." They got the heads of two native that had already been and In London the Greek kings equerry

i: women and ate the two women. -<-""" "'. practically ruined by said George would await its result. ;:\>1'
: Gen. De Bono 'r'
'I:; bombardment from
;; Mussolini spoke to twenty million planes The Immediate objective was QUITE Inadvertently, Secretary of -

1 Italians gathered In Italy's public Aduwa, the scene of the terrific Italian Navy Swanson revealed the s4,

squares, and to the people of the defeat 30 years ago. After several fact that our government is preparingto rdAe ,

(,; world. You could not mistake. the days of hard fighting against the defending take part in another naval confer.. \ ,

,.;' meaning of that voice. Ethiopians, who lost prab- ence In London 'within three months. e5r

c;, Newspaper men, gathered near the ably 2,000 killed the Invaders Mr. Swanson, replying to some ques- ONCE you taste Grape-Nuts Flakes,you'll

=; radio, said : "His voice made the shivers marched into Aduwa, and consideredthat tion at his press conference, said he cheer too! The flavor is something grand- ;

..."' run up and down our backs, although the disgrace of 1806 had been would send Admiral William H. Stand- and it's nourishing. One dishful, with milk

we could not understand a a\cnged. The Italian soldiers of General ley, chief of operations, to the London or cream, contains more varied nourishment !f

word of It." Shivers do not often rup Marlvlgna's command entere-J meeting as the navy's representative than many a hearty meal. Try it your grocer -
first, carrying to the principal because of his good work at the last
up and down those: backs. has itl! Product of General Foods. i.
and there wnversations on naval limitation.
King Features Syndicate Inc. erecting a big stone monu
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: I 'Know Cross-stitch is about the simplest i I appetite due to, lack of that vitamln'.: Street Address! ..... .:::..:IV.;..............., .4:
I. Belshazzar's Impious Feast (vv. in theidiet."r\ :' 94W2U: .-.. Il
in Little make
thing handwork. girls ; -itWIY *---- ---------------- +
1-4). ,...
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their stitches In cross-stitch. These
1. Those In attendance (vv. 1, 2). ".
sis-inch blocks are stamped in cross- "
"Pain" Those Belshazzer, his 1'
I Whether the present were stitch designs': on white muslin and ;

You Useis wife and concubines, and one thousand little girls to grandmothers will en- i. The ChQ Millions "
Remedy of his lords. Joy making them into everythingfrom Cet'0j .i

2. Their behavior (vv. 3, 4).
SAFE? small doilies to pillow tops,
i a. They drank wine and engagedin
I :'> scarfs and bedspreads. Easy to car-

I I .: .. .... I drunken. They committed revelry.b. sacrilege. They ry around, working one at a time and t.C BAKING POWDER V J

: then assembling into article wanted '
; :: ,- drank wine from the sacred vessels when all the squares are finished. Double Tested: Double Action -:::)
{ :
I ; Don't Entrust Your taken out of the temple at Jerusalem.c. .
Outfit No. 46-4 consists of G of :
Manufactured by baking powder Specialists
II : They worshiped idols.II. :
Own or Your Family'sWellBeing The Handwriting on the Wallvv. these six-inch' stamped squares and. 'who make 'nothing but baking- powder i'
( will be mailed: to you for 10 cents. -
I, c to Unknown ( 5-1G). under supervision ,of_ expert chemists.'j.j
Address Home Craft Co., Dept. A, .
1. The time of (v. 5). It occurred"In .
PreparationsTHE Nineteenth and St. Louis Ave., St. Same Price Today! as 45 Tears Ago .,
i, ..... the same hour" In which they Louis, 110.Inclose _
person to ask whether the were engaged In their drunken de- addressed 25 ounces for 250
I ., stamped, envelope -
l ;-:: you or your family bauchery. for reply when writing for You also : :
any buy
I I .' are taking for the relief of headaches 2. The effect upon the king (v. 6). can .

i I is SAFE to use regularly is your "The Joints of his loins were loosed, Information. A full XO ounce can for lOo .
l family doctor. Ask him ASPIRIN) and his knees smote one against an 15 ounce can for Igo :a

[i about Genuine BAYER other." Some Fad l-ngh"t QuaUty-Always Dependable ';i
I I He will tell you that before the Seventeen hundred new varieties :i'J
3. The king's behavior (vv. 7-16).
discovery of Bayer Aspirin most"pain" of postage- stamps have been issuedin
He called for the and
remedies were advised a. astrologers
the world in the last tweh"emonths.
against by physicians as bad for the soothsayers, offering them'rewards of .,

stomach and, often, for the heart gold and of position (vv. 7-9). :;
'. Which is food for thought if your I -j
b. Daniel brought in at the suggestion
!r seek quick, safe relief. .
of the queen (vv. 10-16). The >
-i Scientists rate Aspirin
I Bayer queen was perhaps the wife of Ne '
the methods discovered "
I\ j among fastest yet
J for the relief of headaches buchadnezzar who remembered Dan f/ .
and the pains of rheumatism, neuritis iel's service in interpreting the dreamof <: M"'''
t I \ (. ',<:. : :,", 9foNrq ....'
\ and neuralgia. And the experience her husband.III. :\'".. ,: : ,
f ,. of millions of users has proved Daniel Interprets the Writingvv. .'t \::

' I it safe for the average person to use ( 17-23).

: regularly. In your own interest remember 1. Daniel's address to the king (vv. .
r'f' this.You -
can get Genuine Bayer a. He brushes aside his promised y.r\iV ;:6yySn) 7OH
: Aspirin at any drug store-simply
gifts (v. 17). He would not have his
by asking for it its full : ryou'UHAVEToWAIT HE'D' WAY '
by name speech limited by the king's gift.' LIKE A TO (BEAT CAREtF SHE HAD YOUR
I : point to do this-and see that you b. He reviewed before Belshazzarthe # 'CVPOFCOFFEEE MR.JENKINS.' OOMT HE'S JUST HEADACHES MOINDK5ESTJOM

':: \"' get what you want.Bayer history of Nebuchadnezzar (vv. CHECK PLEASE I CANT B E --, TrIE I YOU MOW HIS FATHER :ANOTHERpussy ,

I 18-24). lie, showed' clearly that Bel EVERVWHERE BACK OF HIS I5.rri& RICHEST MAN/ / CUSTOMERS
; 1 AspirinConstipation shazzar should have profited by the 'TOWN ? : > CUSTOMER WOULDN'T GET]
experiences of his father.
2. The Interpretation of the wrIt. ?
.. .a .,4Y
}i is NN
; e., Ing (vv. 25-28).

a. "Mene" means "numbered" (v.

i : j 2G). "God hath numbered thy king rnanry
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dom and finished It.

i. : b. "Tekel" means "weighed" (v. 27).

f: "Thou art weighed in the balances and
'., .,
art found wanting.
Relieved Quickly
'v' c. "Peres" means "divided" (v. 28). \1 :Ir'I I
.. Mrs. B. G. Brown, Atlanta, Ga., NrFt
"Thy kingdom is divided, and given to r
.I.I1iV h
: "I take Dr. Hitchcock's All-
': Vegetable Laxative Powder for dizziness the Medes and Persians." ,

: biliousness and sick headaches IV. The Judgment Executed (vv.
l, II I caused by constipation. I have never 20-31)). 1 f/J-
found anything better. When I feel V V V-
j weak, rundown So rapidly did the divine Judgment 'AIi J\ lamA /
'I I and sluggish I take
I 1/3 dose after meals, or a small dose full that Belshazzar was slain and. Ii r--i I ( \ .
i at bedtime. It thoroughly cleansesthe Rarius the Median took the kingdomthat
II bowels." Dr. Hitchcock's Laxa-
The Chaldean
same night. dynasty
tive Powder la mild-but effective: +

removes it acts gently that 'clogged, yet thoroughly condition and of ended therefore with, Interpret Belshazzar.this whole We scene may, i KNOW YOU'RE NOT jY YES, BUT UOP COURSE WELh1MAR'i, IFYOUR 1''IEN1VV % CURSES!

I I I. the bowels. At all drug.stores.,25c. as pointing to the "conditions at the FEELING WELt, BUT Ul WhV SHOULD I NOT.1! 'PAY MO OISPOS1fON DOESN'T SUPPOSE THAT LICKS ,.

I DR. HITCHCOCK'S close of the time of the Gentiles, andas OIDN'TTtIE DOC1ORI ELL I ? COFFEE ATTENIIONVVotJ IMPROVE WE'LL HAVE I'LL' HAvE M>r! 1 t V&RTO

''I I adumbrating their prevailing con l0 GIVE UP COFFEE NEVER 10 SUCH GET ALONG Nitil0Uf TOTRY, CoV1.0 STAND


1. The stupidity of men. Belshazzar Yl /
sy ti': POSTt1rI
like people today, did not learn *.a3r% '.',:
by example. Nebuchadnezzar's fate

HAIR BALSAM should have deterred Belshazzar.
.A... o Remove Dandrulr-Stope Hair Falling "' 14 7 :K/k
1. Imparts Color and 2. The magnificent splendor. This 1kv <

.\ ,}J tii Beauty to Gray and DrotnriiU.Faded Hair60cand1.00at I great feast was characterized by i romp, / 7 ,ysti } /\ I

HteeoTCheni.Wlte..PatrhoiTT)*.N.Y. display and parade. How characteristic
1 FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for in '
use of our own age! r 7
soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or at drug 'I 3. Luxury. The famous hanging
gists.Iliscox Chemical Works Patchogne!N.Y. gardens of Babylon were a noteworthy COFFEE h.
t example. Signs of luxury abound today N RVI ;

H'' Eczema in on every hand. I 1r
4. The licentiousness of the king #

with his many wives and concubines. V V
I Big, Watery Licentiousness is likewise notoriously

I''V I prevalent today. .. THOUGHT only children

-. BumpsRelieved 5. Blasphemous sacrilege. The sacrilege iWNV ') ( had to avoid coffee...
i I of this day may be in excessof how could it have been

that of Belshazzar's day and expresses :- harming you?"

After Itself In / .. "Oh many adults, too
is MARY LEAVING? OHI DIDN15HE TELL"SIiJCE find that the caffein in
Using Cuticura
a. A profession of religion tor SHE SWITCHED TO YOU? SHE'S'ENGAGED' ._ ..a coffee upsets their nerves,
pecuniary gain, social and political 1 '", ,
preferment. POS WM SHE'S BEEN OUR it> MA_ Youw& a+1R. '-. 4F causes indigestion"or.prevents
"My eczema began wIth an Itchingon V sound sleep!
my hands, arms and feet, and b. The use of the pulpit of the MOST POPUIAR WAITRESS/ JENKINWHO COMES S .

when I scratched, big, watery bumps Christian ministry for notoriety and WHERE EVERY PAV/y/ If you suspect that coffee disagrees with you. .

i came. They burned and itched so even for the propagation of false doc :.:'y A2i try Postum for 30 days. It contains no caffein. It is

that I scratched and irritated the trine.c. ; .. vifK simply whole wheat and bran roasted and slightly

j affected parts. My hands and arms Uniting with the church and attendance Y.t< sweetened.. 'It's easy to make and costs less than

were disfigured and it worried me so at the Lord's table so as to > .w.f 1': half.a cent a cup.Postum is delicious and may provea

"N-' I could not sleep. cover up secret sins.d. real help.. A product of General Foods.FREE .

. 4 :; "I had this eczema for five years The use of the Word of God to Your first week's supply of Poatum-
I before I started to use Cuticura
give point to a Joke. free I Mail the
Soap and Ointment. After using e. Denying that the Bible !Is God's 3 t

three cakes of Cuticura Soap and Word, making It a book of errors, GENERAL FOODS Battle Creek, Mich.
three boxes df Cuticura Ointment Please send me, without cost or obligation, a week's supply of
myths, and legends.f. Postum. w,H.U.lO'SII
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'SneerIng at the virgin birth,
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E. Reid, 850 Central N.m-
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Feb. 21,. 1935. Street
Soap 25c Ointment aside his vicarious atonement.
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Clewiston News lumbus Day program Friday. The tures, plastered walls, and nice READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS I L. B. MershonAGENT
The and it's nearly -
numbers on the program were: floors and woodwork

Song: "You Can Smile", by class. finished. This Lock No. 1 is a .

I ublished every Friday In Clewistv, Reading: "The Knight's Toast" fine job, anyway, from one end to ----- New York Life

Florida by the CLEWISTON, NEV S, by Edna Leiter.A t'other. It has a neatness a trimness IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1 Inc. dance by Beulah Guthrie an exactitude of line; that TWHLFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF -
IN AND FOR Insurance Company ,
.. .r and Janice Wynn. should 'satisfy even Pop's passionfor COUNTY. ; ,

Keathley Bowden Editor Recitation: "The Arrow and the straightedge symmetry. Very DIVORCE ,

Song" by Laura Bailey. title left to do now at Moore Haven EDWARD SCHUMANN, ARCADIA, FLORIDACeunsclor
the char- II ,-just polishing up and smoothIng Plaintiff,
Entered as second class mail m> ittpr A play was presented vs
February 1, 1927 at the Fist acters being as follows: down and gathering up what my MIRIAM SCHUMANN,
Cantrell. grandmother used to call "tag Defendant
in Clewiston Florida urn or Columbus Gus
Office John Bethea Hager end ", but I am hoping that the end I I ORDER OF PURIFICATION L EV3. COUSE
the Act of March 3, 1897. Sailors: I STATE OF FLORIDA. TO MmiAM SCHUMANN .
Lowe James Southard Laurie Hud- of this job"will not mean the end GREETINGS .
of Latham work in my district. I always You are hereby commanded to file your and Attorney at Law :
Subscription rate $2.00 per year. written appearance personally or by attorney -, Hopkins Building
Advertising rates on applicati n. eon.King, James Lalley. have such a good time visitinga In Bald cause at the Court HouseIn _
Zelda Smith. Latham contract; the men are as LaBPlle. Florida, In the office of the Wednesdays and Saturdays
Queen Clerk of said Court, on or before Monday, 9Z to 4:00
Devoted to the advancement r.nd Indians: Bobby Collins Carrol pleasant and courteous as their the 4th day of November 1935, and there-
welfare of Clewisto and Hendry Reddish Warren Carver. work is satisfactory and conscientious after to file with said Clerk, your written
defenses, If any to the Bill of Complaintfiled
County. Tho was given as a ra- In said the time
program suit at prescribedby
. . .
law, which Bill of Complaint for divorce ANN .NI. N :..:
dio broadcast. From Moore Haven on to Clewis- :-(NN:NNNI: :NM: II IN;NNMNNN ;
vas filed\ by the Plaintiff, this 3rd y
The sixth grade is very sorry to ton for some purely social diversion, day of October, 1935. :;

lose James Southard, who has mov- Clewiston being out of my territory I It published Is further In ordered the Clewiston that this News Noticebe a $ New and Used, ;.

ed to Ocala. now. After talking with half-dozen newspaper of general circulation published -
Clewiston School! News Seventh Grade News engineeresses lunching delightfully II I four at consecutive Clewiston, weeks Florida prior once to a November week for |::;_: FURNITURE |

The seventh grade sponsored a with Mrs. Simpson taking in the II 4, 1935. : .
debate In History. drugstores and gossiping with various DONE AND ORDERED at LaBelle Hen- .
Florine Moore Editor dry County, Florida, this the 3rd day of
t Resolved: That People Were townsladies I spent several October, A. D., 1935. !::
I !
Louise Bussey Associate Editor More Deeply Religious in Colonial precious minutes driving up one (SE4L) WILLIAM uLHCourt, .
I As Clerk of the C1r
Times Than They Are Now. streot and down another in the pret- Hendry County, Florida.
Bob Patterson Sports Editor Affirmative: Margaret VonMach ty little town looking aloft for the A true copy.'ATI'EST \\jj:_!: FURNITURE P COMPANY t

., June ,Hooker Dicky Owen. stork's nest. But I didn't find any WILLIAM: T. HULL.

Negative: Carlton Prevatt Barbara so it, must be the climate. Good luck, As Clerk of said Court. I:: Belle Glade, Florida J i
<3raminar School News Ann Smith Inge Wfllis. girls! J. M. COUSE, Clewiston, Florida, .i.

Miss Lillian Bilyeu arrived Ti es- Judges: Renee Wethlngton Julia Pub Oct Solicitor 4, 11, for 18, 25 Plaintiff., Nov 1., :!: Next Door To Theatre '.f

day to inspect the children of he Ann Oglesby Jimmie Hollan and THE COMMUNITY CHURCH ).: I'Mvj :
first grade. Miss Snell. Chairman Sam Lang. .N.N.N.1.:11:Ii.N:11:Ii.N:N:N:N:N:II:N:11:N:N:N:NIN. :N:N:u:1IN .
D. Jenkins Williams, :Minister.: I
The spelling honor roll for he The decision went to the affirm- ,

second grade is as follows: N ra ative. 9:45 A. M. Sunday School in five ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON .A .. .......... ......... ...... . ... .
N NI NI fiifjifi****** *NN B
Oglesby Junior Joey Wilma Tent le, Hallowe'enHallowe'en department:!! REQUEST .. < > i + 4 ...

Caroline Eelee James Smith. is coming soon 10:45 A. M. Junior Church Service. II ;'
Third grade spelling honor r' 11: And am I gladI 7:45 P. M. Evening worship, C. E. STEEL I I =/

William Willis, Annette Simpson, like to soap windows You are invited ;,o worship withus. Good FarmLand
Sue VonMach, Christine Reddish, And go around with Dad. Electrical Contracting I
LaDeen Peters, Martha Van de

Velde Parmelia Bourne. For Dad knows all the old tricks --.. --- PHONE 2121

Fifth grade spelling honor roll: And a couple of the new PAHOKEE, FLORIDA

James Howard Eugene Kilby Dorothy Oh boy do I have fun
Adams Janice Brantley B< at- And Dad does too. Dr. A. J. LittleOSTEOPATH Agent for

rice Pratt, Bernard Leiter, Miry Dicky Owen 7th Grade. GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS I for Rent

Mathis Quinton Smith So1 ny Ninth Grade News
Vaughn Anne Pafford Ell art 'Monday morning grado nine had RANGES AND

Hooker Paul Schuck. The f' fth their election for class officers. Lake Harbor, Fla. APPLIANCESHAY

grade had a perfect honor roll < his They are: .

week. President-Billy Owen. : i
The Fifth grade lost the second Vice-President-LeRoy Hare.

member of the class this w ek Secretary-Bernice Guthrie

when Eugene Kilby: moved to E >lie Treasurer-Roberta Spicer. IBI'I I

Glade. ,Class 'Sponsor-Mrs.' B. E. Her- Trespassers

David Smith has been absent ring. FEVER Will BeProsecuted
from school this week because of an .,.' Tenth Grade NewsTuesday

infected foot* grade: ten elected class

Junior High News officers. They are: :

The chapel program on Friday President-Pat McGehee. ASTHMA and SUMMER COLDS I
was presented by the Junior High Secretary.-Dorothy Hare. are .

School.. Scripture reading-BMHeDavis" > Treasurer-Bernice O'Neal. unnecessary. Complete relief only $1.00 .J I -

;; Lord's Prayer, assemMy; Eleventh Grade News .
Beautifi I" Postpaid. Nothing else to buy. Over -
"America The ; ;
song Class officers In tho eleventh
reading! "The. Buffet Supper": by grade are: 40,000 HOLFORD'S WONDER INHALERS : I::1 The'
"I'm In Live
Carlton song
President-Bobby Patterson.
sold last alone. Mail $1.00 ,
of ev- ;
All Over Again", by a group Vice-President-Ed Clark. year ,

enth grade girls and boys; acro1. tic Secretary: =Louise Bussey. today for full season's relief to THE '.

dance Julia Ann Oglesby; song Treasurer=: .Jack Moorman. &'. : ClewistonCompany ,
, "Over Somebody Else's Shoulder", Twelfth Grade News DANDEE CO., 14 North Sixth St., fp-

by Carlton Prevatt and June Hooker Class officers In the Senior class MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA or write I :
; song I'm Living In A Great
, Big Way", by June Hooker; pray for Free Booklet. I --
President-Vincent Oglesby. I
; "A Dancer's Troubles" written by I
Vic -Ann Mathis.
Owen the ,-Pitf3\dent . . . _.
.' Barbara Smith and Dicky Secretary-Flourine Moore. :....N.11.N.N.N.11.N.11.11.N.11.N.N.H.N.N....N.N M.
cast including June Hooker, Julia I
Treasurer=Katherine Wiandt.
\: Ann Oglesby Barbara Smith Dbky
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'. Class; Sponsor-Miss Sue Maxwell -
Owen. ,
High.: School News the Senior class chose
'" Tuesday _
g" ;: Air. Beacom has announced that the: class! -: Ing. They will arrive In II iH
\\f.' there will be no school parties er about. aj month from this date. FOR SALE

:.: programs of a light nature duiing The pictures that were. taken % .t. ...0i

'. Holy Week, beginning April 14 ;ind last Friday 'were. brought to school i : Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash :: :;:
'__ ending April 21. Tuesday.. ;; ;% Payment ,_., ._:

: The High School is very happj to % 0XX
,., The fire drills are now: being x
:". .. have as a new member Bessie Grif- uractlced: the Clewiston school. AA ..1 tY.,
,'-. fin, who has- moved here from Jr ck- TKbse carrying fire extinguishersare s. Xff_

s sonville. \ \ XxX
: Carlisle Radish Connie Clark

Next week is examination wek: Bobby Patterson and Vincent Ogles- t x, t
in the high school. Report cards by. Af xx

will be received on Wednesday 'November -. fyyY

', sixth. Caloosahatchee yX.0 .
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'' A diamondball team is being or- YA AA
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are requested to come out top ac- 00% :z: 0:. :::0_ V,
.;:.' tice after_ school. The first game ( m page 11 :%: .:. 'i' 'io '

will be played Thursday October was up at the north end of the lake. f r Jw ti xY
' 24, with South Bay in Clewiston I'm going there mvself soon be I AY

The team has as its mascot Sherwood cause the powers that be changer* yyY1
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Hall. their minds-1I.nd sent the Welatka to ,q .A

Taylor's Creek, and I still want .yy%. 00'% r a. _:. .:.
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(Omitted Last Week) some of that -corn pudding.
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families in LaBelle Mrs. Broad
Bobby ;
t : Montgomery entered the
= foot and her three children have f yy V A1Y
first grade Monday. YY
pleasant house on the river road Z ..
The "A" class have completed the ,,
and Mrs. Snell.lives: next door. Gad Y
basic primer and have begun reading yy
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son Ford's family is living In the '%0 % .!.
o. the Elson primer. old Taylor homestead in town..Han' .Y 0 ... I v. > .. F .. ,f. ..
W-e have begun our number work % r % .0ozo
Hansen, of course, is from here originally -' I 00 oz.
1'' book lessons. 0 I <+ 0. ..s.yy .
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Mrs. Walker Mrs. How) f
;. Second. Grade Spelling Honor Roll and Mrs. Matthews are with :thei % % I .. os.tY

Nora Oglesby Junior[ Ivey,_ Wilma husbands here --and Mrs. Bass liver .. .. s i S lkr. .. o.fA oSoY
,t1 t l /Y.AA; ; ; ..1"a. t
Ingle, Doris! Simmons Shirley w .w }
in Moore Haven,-and several of the
Moon, Mayme Johnson, David Belcher other wives have-Bettled in Fort MA 0 os.%' 'z'.%. I I .1.1 .W 1., 4"4 \l A : -io 00 1.o!'.
; James Smith, ,Jo Ann Par!' 0' .!o 01.
er. ers. This locality is beginning t( .%. .z'% I I .,. ;s;
;r; "- Third Grade Spelling Honor R.11 sort of strain at the 'seams. and th" YYY%

Willie Smith Alfred] Southard housing problem Is bad and
Jl% ,getting
Jimmie Butler, Ralph Silva ',ueVonAlach worse. :;: :_: Pay The Balance Like Rent :i=: :

Christine Reddish La- 1 made a trly to Moore Have ,I, .. / I Z"
Deen Peters Elsie Bembry, Pali lel-. yesterday and fell\n' love with the .;; :;;: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON[ HOMES X:;;: :;:

;'d.<..;' ia Fifth Bourne.Grade Spelling Honor R Ill lock-master's 1. It's a beautifully bungalow proportionedand at Lock No. :;: :!: YOU CA.I OWN YOUR' OWN HOME :;:: :;;:

James Howard, David Smith I br- planned cottage, perched on tho = = r =

: : othy Adams Janie Brantley Bat- lock chamber rim between the levee Home ding Association

?'i rice Pratt, Elizabeth Winn, Mary and the warehouse and it has: IU.Clewiston iii

Mathis. all the closets and built-in cu :-
Sixth Grade Sews boards PHONE
any housewife could ask, a ..
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; .>:..:*.:..:..:..:-:-:..:":..:..:-:..:..:..:-:-:-:-:..:..:..:.. .;:..:.I Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith and' Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail and Mr. MRS. YON ENTERTAINS NEW DRUGGIST-

. ;j; y daughter, Patsy;, are moving j into and Mrs. A. A. Munroe spent Sunday AT
. 3: Personal Mention :;: their new home this week. evening in West Palm Beach. Gordon
b Rogers of Atlanta, arrived -

;_: N:N:N:N:N:N:H:N: : :N:--:N:N:N:N:..:..:-:-:-:N:NN NON1 Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Bigg MARY LOUISE THOMAS Mrs. Geo. A. Yon entertainedwith here Wednesday and has taken a

;, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McGcarliey visited Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lanein HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY an informal tea last Tuesday position as druggist at Alston's

\\y,;b visited in Citrus Center this W 3ek. Lakeland last weekend.E. afternoon at her home in South, Bay Drug Store, replacing Archie Black

Miss Mary Louise Thomas enter- honoring her mother, Mrs.
Mary who left this week for his home in
: Mrs. Foster Meredith is visi Ing tained a number of little friends .
A. Thomas, of Jacksonville, is Kettl of Massilon Ohio who is her I Palatka.Mr. .
.. relatives in Jacksonville this \v 'ek. last Saturday afternoon at her hONe
.\:( visiting his brother, G. B. Thomas on her sixth birthday. guest. Rogers is an experienced

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Trainor sj.ent: and Mrs. Thomas. Favors were presented to all the Those.attending were Mrs. W. P. druggist having been connected ui\->

Sunday in Okeechobee City. I children and prizes awarded for a Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Sr., til recently with Lane Drug Conln .

o' Miss M. F. Chaplin and Carawan number of games played. The Hal- Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs. I. D. Lei- pany of Atlanta.

-. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail spent sev- Nelson, of the District U. S. Engi- lowe'en idea was carried put in the dig, Mrs. E. J. Rogero, Mrs. MarthaS. Another addition to the Alston
"- eral days in Homestead this week. neer office in Jacksonville spent refreshments, games and decora- .
- I Ludekens and Mrs. G. B. Rack- force is Frank Heath who was fQrm.I .
several days here week. tions. Ice cream and cake were serv-
straw of Clewiston and Mrs. J. S. erly employed by Wfells-Royal gro.
L. A. Turner visited familyin ed.
I: Harris, of Belle Glade. cery.I .
West Palm Beach Sunday.Mrs. Capt. P., A. Feringa, acting distrIct Those present were: Kim Kol- I I .

U. S. Engineer of Jacksonville, stad, Shirley Ann Owen, Carline and I .

C. F. Goodman-Clewiston.Mrs. of Miftni. ,, was here on an inspection of the I Bobby Berner, Fay Lou Mitchell, ,I :_ ... ......-......-..-......-..............-..............................................-...... .....-..-......-..-..-..........-.... -. ...;.
spent the week-end in Okeechobee project Monday. I Bruce Beardsley, Solon Mills, E. C.

-- Mills, Marjorie and Bill McCracken, I I::: FOR RENT .

F. A. McKenzie, of Lakeland Mrs. F. E. Bryant and Mrs. Staf- Mary Ellen Smith, Kay Bowden, Xy

visited Mr. and Mrs. C. L. ford Beach of West Palm Beach, Peggy Lawler, Nancy Wright, Jo- ::
2 Two
Downs over the week-end. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. Ann Crouch and Grace Ward. ;: room and 2 Three room cabins' with ;

I I Deane Duff Wednesday :;:: showers, toilet and garage ::
: f Miss Ava Ezelle and Miss Drro- GARDEN CLUB MEETS
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thy Clarke, of Alva, visited in Cl ,w- Mrs. J. K. Mowry and son, John, WITH MRS. PATTERSON y

, iston Sunday. left last week-end for Ocala where :: Opposite'passenger station, convenient to ;
_,__ Mrs. R. Y. Patterson was hostessat
they will join Mr. Mowry, at workon
.. Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. J. W. the cross-state canal there. the regular monthly meeting of 1 Sugar Mill
visited the Garden Club Thursday after- **
I Ezelle and Mrs. J. F. Curry t

" in Belle Glade Friday'afterno.n.y Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams left noon. J. E. Beardsley, Agent ;
Mrs. G. 'B. Rackstraw gave an Interesting -
Keathley Bowden--- and Bryant the las Park early part to attend of the the week Southwest for Pinel- talk on garden pests and :j: Hopkins Building 'Clewiston, Fla. ::

, ;:' Bowden spent the week-end in Mrs. F. M. Wright read an articleon .... ...... ............ .................. .... .... .. .. .. .
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f):: Clearwater.
-" Sandwiches, hot tea and coffee

----T. Mrs. Gratton George, IMiss Roberta and cake were served to: Mrs. E. ... .... .... .. .... .. .. .... .... .. ...... .. .... .. ...........
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Mr. and Mrs. Ironmonger George, Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mrs. A. ., :-: : :-:-: : :-:-:-: :-:-: : :-:-:-: :-:-: :-: : :-: : : : :-: : : :--:-: :-: : :-: :-: : : : : : : :,
", and son, Clarke, spent several days W. Lawrence and Mrs. G. Ether- L. Stewart, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. .. ,
in Miami this week. .E. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. :;:
r ton visited in West Palm Beach this ..
O. F. Schiffli Mrs. H. A. Bestor, ty '
week: Annual
rt' Mrs. C. F. Trainor and Mrs. Jimmy ....---- Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. O. H. I i
. Wolfe were visitors in Fort :My Roberts, Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, .
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Riddle, of Miami y
Mrs.. F. M. Wright and Mrs. Bridges.
t".... .. _, ers recently.' Beach were here for several Hallowe'en DancecAt =
r .::: : ,., days this week on business. Mr. Rid-
G. E. Etherton is attending the i MISS ROBERTA GEORGE
dle Is an auditor for the F. E. C.Railroad '
Ford Service school in Jacksonville Company.Mrs. : HONORED WITH PARTY I

this week.
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:.;,[,.:s:":'" Frank A. Ray: and son, I' W. Sias gave a surprise birthday == Clewifton Inn October Ist.
: C. R. Cruze left Thursday to at-
Frank, Jr., arrived from West Palm party for Miss Roberta George last I ]
.. school in
: tend the Chevrolet Service : i
Beach Tuesday to Mr. x
? Jacksonville. join Ray Thursday afternoon. Two tables of
here. They have taken a' house on Michigan poker were enjoyed.

.> :. the government reservation. High score prize was won by Miss y x
Mr. and Mrs. R. C.: Nowling rnd, Bernice O'Neal, second by Miss:: Music By Bill Dougherty (In Person) and His |
Mr. and Mrs. C., R. Cruze spent..S in-
Archje Black, who has been con- Vesta Allen and the consolation by .
;:: day in LaBellc. nected with Alston's Store as drug- Mrs. Zerney Meredith. Complete Orchestra i

: gist left Wednesday for Fort Myers The Hallowe'en motif carriedout
> was
r. Mrs. Grace Cahill, of West Prim i ,
where he will spend a few days be- in decorations and refreshments. y
:,, Beach, Yisited Mr. and Mrs. C. 'L. y
fore returning to his home .in Pa- Ice cream and cake were served +

Downs over the week-end. latka. with the cream molded into a skull |:;: P.-T.: A., Benefit Masquerade |::

.-: Mrs. Hubert Land, and son, of and cross-bones. '
.:15. Okeechobee, spent several days hsre Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Those enjoying the affair were: |:: .$1.50 J Couple l Optional f;
... daughter, Emma Jane have beenin Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Miss Vesta ..
this week. West Palm Beach all week where Allen, Miss Lily Muriel Wynn, Miss ? "' :, ,: .2,
E Miss Virginia Saxon and 1IissIi: Emma Jane has been under obser- Mae Lily Stone Mrs. A. W. Sias:: .'t't. .., .. 9 '.ti. 4", '. .-:.
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riam Adkins, of Moore Haven, were vation at Good Samaritan' Hospital.She Mrs. Zerney Meredith; Mrs. R. J. :t: 'r-" .:.

guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence :: was operated upon Thursday Lee Miss Bernice O'Neal and Miss ..i..' : .. 'i'
recently and is reported? doing, nicely. George. .: .. NNNNNNNNNNNS,. '.'.

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SYNOPSISThe it and transformed It Into somethingof Sylvia chased after him. !. seethed with electricity. If she chow,
Importance "Bring It here, Hal That's a good she could hurl a bomb-shell Into Its y "
future of the still youthful and How Interested, for example, he had dog Bring It to Missy." midst this very minute. But she did jr,
comely "Widder". Marcia Howe, recently been In Marcia ; In learning she had The setter came fawning to her not choose.
released by death from her Idling, selfish been married and now lived a widowin side and unwillingly dropped his prize Instead she Intended to play her owu
among husband housewives, Is a conversational of the little hamlet tit-bit the" old Daniels Homestead And at her feet. I quiet game and keep: what she .knew.
of Wilton. Eligible bachelors and wid- what a host of Inquiries he had made As it fell to the ground, out rolled; to herself. She wondered why. Per-
owers also are Interested. Marcia, despite about Jason-the sort of man he was such a glory of jewels the girl could haps she was falling In love with this
her unfortunate matrimonial ex- and how long ago he had died scarcely believe her eyes. I adventures. Yes, that must be It. She rrr
perience, finds pleasure in her life, but
is lonely at times, and has invited her Sylvia had not been able to answer There was a string of diamonds, I was In love with him-in love with a
late husband's niece, Sylvia Hayden, all his questions, but of course she had dazzling as giant dewdrops ; a pearl. bandit !
whom she has never seen, to visit her. asserted that MarcIa had adored her and sapphire pendant ; several beautiful S 'ivia's Imagination had traveled so
The girl arrives and Marcia takes to
her at once, while Sylvia, expecting to husband because-well, not so much rings ; and an oval brooch, its swiftly and so far that it came to
see a somewhat elderly aunt, finds Marcia because she actually knew It, as because emerald center surrounded by tier earth with a crash when Marcia' openedthe
more like a sister. A stranger, on widows always did. Certainly after tier of brilliants. door. IT'S NOT IN
the verge of exhaustion, finds his way MarcIa had declared she loved the Sylvia panted: breathless. She had It was not alone the buffeting of
to Marcia's home. He explains that his
power-boat ran aground .In the fog. Homestead so deeply she never In- never seen such gems, much less held the salt breeze nor the exhilaration of MANY CEREALS
Secretly, he asks Marcia to hide a package tended to leave !It, and was not that them In her hands. How she longedto walking against it that had transformed : -
containing jewelry. She does so. practically the same thing as saying slip the rings upon her fingers and her Into something radiantly
Ellsha Winslow town sheriff, brings she loved Jason, too? try the effect of the diamonds about lovely. From within glowed a strangefire
news of a jewel robbery on a neigh- O Nothing anyone cats is more important -
boring estate. The stranger gives his Anyway, the thing that really mat- her slender throat that made her another creature than Vitamin B-the vitamin for
name 'as Stanley Heath. tered was Mr. Heath's interest in her- Prudence, however, overmastered the altogether. keeping fit. Yet it isn't in many cereals,
Sylvia ; In her trip east and her description impulse. Marcia might return and surprise "Why-why-Marcia I" breathed Sylvia when cereals are supposed to be our best
IVContinued5 of Alton City, the little midwestern her at any moment. Before that bewildered. source of this food clement.
CHAPTER town which her home. walk, Many are nervous, poor in a petite,
was the treasure must be returned to the "I've had such a glorious :
out of order because their
How he had laughed at her rebellionat Marcia. "The has system daily '
place from which It had been taken. dear cried fog diets lack enough of the precious Vita
Far from demanding explanations, being a school teacher, and how insidiously Gathering the rainbow heap together, lifted and the sky Is a sheet of min B for keeping fit. ''/,
she resolved she would' give him no he had hinted she might not she reluctantly: thrust it into Its blue amethyst and gold." Few things keep them back like a lack
chance to make: them. always be one! leather case, snapped the catch, and "Did the men get the boat off?" of this protective food element.
Therefore, when his meal was ready Oh, he knew what to say-knew placed it once more under the brick. "Yes. She Is floating tranquilly asa So give everyone Quaker Oats every
and e.ery.last inviting touch had been much better than Billie Sparks, the Then with relief she stood up and dove." morning. Because in addition to its gen-
given the tray, she said casually to soda fountain clerk, or even Horatio wiped the perspiration from her fore- "What Is her name?" erous supply of Vitamin B for keeping
fit, it furnishes food-energy, muscle and
Sylvia : Fuller, the acknowledged beau of. the head.It 'My Unknown Lady." body-building ingredients.For about Me
"Suppose you take It up, 'dear.?" town. In fact he made both of them was not until she was again In her "Mercy on us That ought to satisfy per dish.
"I?" seem quite commonplace-even Hortie. chair, book In hand, and struggling to even Elisha." Start serving it tomorrow for 2-weeks
"Yes. Why not? Do you mind?" Fancy it! quiet her quick breathing that she dis- "It did," said Marcia.CHAPTER. test. Quaker Oats has a wholesome nut-
"Not at all. I Just thought perhaps like, luscious appeal to the appetite.
Probably that was because he had covered she still held In her hand the
you'd rather." traveled. handkerchief that had been wrapped V Flavory surpassingly good. All grocers
Marcia shook her head. supply it.
about the jewel case.
Apparently he had been almost
"I want to stir the Newburg and see everywhere-except to Alton City. Odd It was a man's handkerchief of finest Sylvia's plans, so, well laid and apparently IN VITAMIN B FOR KEEPING FIT. .
It doesn't catch," she explained, avoiding he should never have"been there when linen and one corner bore the embroidered so easy of execution, did not, Ic worth of
( the girl's eyes. "We are too hun- he had visited Just about every other initials S. C. H to her chagrin, work out, for insteadof i Quaker Oats
gry to risk having our dinner spoiled. corner, both of America and Europe. She had known it all the time awaking and demanding supper N1-
You might just wait and cut the chopsfor Not that he had deliberately said so: There was no need to be told the Stanley Heath slept without a break equals
Mr. Heath and fix: his- potato. Find He was far too modest' for that. jewels were his. What puzzzled her until morning.Sun oi.r 3 cakes of Fresh Yeast
out, too, If there is anything more he It was while trying to find out where was when he had found time to hide was tinting the lavender sandsto OAQuaker
wants. You needn't hurry back. I'll his home was that she had stumbled them. He had not, so far as she knew, rose and gliding the water with its Ue
keep things hot. upon, the information been left alone a moment and yet here first flecks of gold when she saw Marcia -
The task suggested did not, appar- And come to think of It, she did not was his booty safe beneath the floor. standing at the foot of "her bed. and Mother's Oats are the same
ently, displease Sylvia. know now where he lived, she suddenly She rated It as booty, because there "Mr. Heath has a high fever and can
"Here goes Red Ridinghood," she remembered. She actually did not could be no doubt he had stolen it. He scarcely speak aloud." explained she.

murmured' taking up the tray. "All is, know whether he had a father or a had stolen_ it from that Long Island "I'm afraid he ,is quite 111. I wish Dark Ignorance
If I don't come back, you'll; know the mother; a brother or a sister. estate, escaped In his speed boat and you'd call up Doctor Stetson." Ignorance is the night of the mimI! ,
wolf has eaten me", So occupied was she with her here he was-here, under this very. "Mercy: on us !I" but a night without moon or stars.
In spite of herself; Marcia smiled. thoughts she had not thought once of roof! The girl, drowsy and heavy-eyed,
She opened the dor and stood watch- Prince Hal. In fact she had supposedthat A robber-that was what he was sprang out of bed'
ing while the girl ascended the stairs, he had gone up the beach with A robber-a bandit, such as one saw "I'll be down in Just a minute," she
for the 'hall was unlighted and the MarcIa. in the movies exclaimed. "How do you happen to be Quick Relief for ;
tray heavy That explained why he well- "
Nov she suddenly became aware was so up so early?
"I'm safe," called a merry voice that he stood sniffing about the hearth, dressed, so handsome, had such fas- "I've been up off and on all night," '
from the topmost stair. scratching at Its surface as if he cinating manners. He was a gentle answered Marcia "Mr. Heath was rest Chills and Feverand
Marcia came back into the kitchen. scented something beneath. man burglar.All less and thirsty. About midnight I
She finished preparing the lobster, He must not do that and she told up-to-date villains in these days heard him tossing about, and thinkinghe
straightened, the silver on the table, him so in no uncertain terms. Never- were gentlemen. Not that she had might be hungry, I heated some Other Effects of
and let In Prince Hal. theless, in spite of the rebuke, he con- ever encountered a villain In the flesh. broth and took It to him. He declareshe Malaria!
Ten minutes passed tinued to poke away at the, spot, Still, she had read romances about is going back to New York today."
Fifteen whining faintly, until his persistence them and was there not one In every "But he can't-he mustn't." Don't put up with the suffering of
Half an hour went by. aroused her curiosity and she went 'to moving-picture? They were not diffi- "He is determined to., He says he :Malaria-the ,teeth-chattering chills and
She fidgeted and stooped to pat the see what disturbed him. cult to recognize.It has something very Important to at- the burning fever. Get rid of Malaria by
:; setter. Then she went to the win- ,"What Is It, Prince? What's the mat- was exhilarating-wonderful A tend to. Of course I have no author- getting the infection out of your system.That's .
dow. Slowly the fog was lifting. By thief in the overhead Think what Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic r
i ter? whispered she. room of ity ,over him but perhaps Doctor Stet- does-destroys and drives out the infection -
afternoon the weather would be fine-- have atten- It! The thief for whom nil the
Delighted to gained her very son can exert some. That is why I am At the same time, it builds up your
just the right sort to get the boat off. tion, the dog barked. police in the countryside w'ere searching anxious to reach him before he goes system against further attack.
She would go up the beach and watch "Oh, you mustn't bark, darling," she He was no small, cheap type of out," explained Marcia, moving toward Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic contains
the men while they worked The cautioned, ,muzzling his nose with" her criminal. He did things on a big scaleso the door. tasteless quinine which kills the infectionin
house was close. She longed for air big that radio announcements had "I, will call him right away." the blood. It also contains iron which
:.; and the big reaches of the out-of-doors. been broadcast about him and no doubtat "I'll go down and start breakfast, builds up the blood and helps it overcomethe
:: A jingle of glass and silver! It was I this instant detectives and crime then. Mr. Heath is dozing. He has effects of Malaria as: ,well as fortify +
Sylvia returning with the Her against re-infection. These are the effects
: tray. inspectors were chasing and down for
'.' up promised not to get up at least an you want for COMPLETE relief. Grove's
i eyes were shining. the highways ; dashing through cities ; hour. We must have the doctor here Tasteless Chill Tonic is pleasant to take
i'. "He ate every bit !" she cried. "You and, keeping telephone wires hot la within that time." and absolutely safe, even for children.No .
t should have, seen him,' Marcia. Tt wild search for the gentleman asleep "I'll tell him to hurry." bitter taste of quinine. Get a bottle
r,_-, would have done your heart.good. The upstairs Marcia tiptoed down the stairs. today and be forearmed against Malaria.
poor lamb was almost starved. He r Why, that very morning had not Ell For sale at all drug stores. Now two sizes
''7' asked for you the first thing._ I don't sha Winslow, the Wilton sheriff, who (TO BE CONTINUED, ) -SOc and $1. The $1 size contains 2J4
.':: think he altogether' liked your not had frankly admitted he yearned for times as much as the 50c size and gives
1-" carrying up the tray, although of excitemert, helped undress the wretch When Heart Is Shattered you 25% more for your money. no ..
;::_' course, he: was too polite to say so." and put him comfortably bed? The -'
Love Is BlamedThe
,: "You explained I was busy?" humor of the situation almost over- ,
:' "Yes. But at first he didn't seem came, her. rather common "pain in th6 D
.':. satisfied with the excuse.. However.. It seemed as If she must have someone heart! ," or In the place where a person
.," he soon forgot about it and became to share the joke.: But no one I.. unfamiliar with anatomy thinks the WHEN kidneys function badly and
.:, gay as a lark. Didn't you hear us should. No Nobody should be the heart is located, often Is a symbol of suffer backache, dizziness,
: laughing? The potato would fall off wiser because of her. The poor, hunt, thwarted love, says Dr. Benjamin burning, scanty or too frequent urination
i'.r the fork. I'm not as good a nurse as I r rj ed fellow should have his chance.It Karpman, psychoanalyst of the St. getting up at night, swollen feet
you. My hands weren't so steady I'm I 'was a little venturesome and Elizabeth's hospital\ staff, Washington.From and ankles; feel upset and miserable

f' going back again for his wet clothes. risky, she admitted, to obstruct justice the remotest antiquity there .Doan's. use Doan's are especially Pills. for poorly
: ', .. We can dry them here by the fire, can't 0 i pI and should she be found out she would, has been a very close popular association working kidneys. Millions of boxes

,.:,', we?" without doubt, be clapped Into jail. between the heart and the. affec are used every year. They are recom-
r "Yes Indeed." Still she resolved to take a chance. tions. This association has become mended by users the country over.
(. ::',, hIt's' pity there :;,";:' hand. His suit ought to be;pressed." I known Stanley Heath to be what he languages. So, in English, the word"heart"
,':. : "I can do it," Marcia declared with 1 was? Nobody. She would not even has a double meaning. It signifies lD
.. eagerness. "I'm: quite used to pressing i INI let him suspect it. a physical organ. It also means e
men's clothes. I always pressed Jai The Important thing was to await an "love." So far as Is known there Is
, ,t :' son's." opportunity and soon-before he was no physical reason for this associa
>.'> This time the name dropped unnoticed .rti able to be a1out-return the hand tion. The heart tends to beat faster,
,j from her lips. Indeed she was kerchief she held In her hand to its rue.to adrenalin release, In an extreme WNU-7 42-35
/'' not conscious she had uttered It. She I I "Herfe Goes Red Ridinghood. place beneath the brick. Then all emotional state, but no more so In love

:. was not thinking: of Jason. hand. "You'll wake Mr. Heath. Tell would be well. This should not be difficult than in any other.Nevertheless .
I:, ,,-'- t t a s I Missy what the trouble is. Do you It would be quite easy to get It Is customary to say: IM I
to Sylvia was glad Heath was asleep- smell a mousse under there?" Marcia to take up Mr. Heath's supper.In for example, that a girl's "heart Id I ; \,..
:'. very glad Indeed. She did not be- I For answer the dog wagged his tall the meantime, the situation was broken" when her affections have been ; .,
1-:: grudge him a moment of his slumber "I don't believe it," Sylvia demurred Intensely amusing Its danger appealed thwarted.The .
But what a delightful person he was "You're only bluffing. Well, to convince to her. She had always en- association Is so commonly ac ,w:] Jl1rAD: : CiiUE
fr: when awake! His eyes were wonderful you, I'll take up the brick." Joyed hair-breadth escapades. Any- cepted, says Doctor Karpman, that unconsciously "Though I have tried all good
f;?4,: -so dark and penetrating.. They Fetching from the pantry a steel thing but dullness. That had been the and entirely without any ,. J'.ti'. best.remedies It is Capudine quick and suite gentle.me"
is bored right through you. And then fork, she inserted the prongs In the trouble with Alton City-It had been intention on the part of the person to ax' For headache neuralgic,or muscle -
"" he listened with such Intentness, watch- crack and pried the offending brick dull-deadly dull. deceive, some mishap in love manifests ':< aches and periodic Liquid pains,
,, 1j use either Capudine orS
lug every curve of your lips as If out of its hole. But Wilton was not dull. In spite ,itself. physically ,as a "pain In the y +:' .; Capudmo Brand Tablets.
fearing to lose a word. Such attentionwas Instantly the dog snatched from the of the fact that only this morning heart." The source often Is difficult to.
distinctly flattering. Even though space beneath a handkerchief con- Elisha Winslow had complained the trace because the patient may not even
your chatter was trivial, be dignified taining a small, bard object. town was In need of a stirring up, it admit to himself the "love thwarting."

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ant elimination.
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potatoes out
Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 .
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planted four bushels 1" p'llceman ever a little boy?
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