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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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VOLUME 10, NIDIBER 5 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY J> 1930 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR

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TRACTOR SCHOOL IS Nowlings Building Committee ApprovesNew RECREATION PARK '" ,, '


New Residence Here AppropriationThe
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'" SUBJECT OF TALK AT HereI2.l TO BE COMPLETED '

Mr. and Mrs.. R. C. Nowjing) began approval by the Congressional -

(' KIWANIS MEETING the construction this week of a new Appropriations' Committee of the IN NEAR FUTURE
: five-room frame residence locatedon > item of $1,800,000 for the construction

-- Pasadena Avenue a short distance \ t. 4 of levee in Division Four at

('. ,. CAMPBELL!. HALL TELLS OF west of jschoolhouse.. The resi- Okeechobee and the completion of HARLEM SCHOOL PROJECT
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::. CATERPILLAR SCHOOL dence is to cost approximately $2- the entire Lake Okeechobee-Caloosa- ALSO IN LINE FOR .

IN PEORIA 000 and is expected to be ready for hatchee River project last week IMMEDIATE 'WORK '
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I :, occupancy by March 1. J. F. Tippeyis leads to the belief that the item will !

R.: Featuring the program of the Kiwanis the contractor. be approved by Congress and ,money At a meeting of the County Planning '

', Club at their regular' meeting Rapid progress has been made on available within the very near fu- Board held In La BelIe, Friday : 's
the this The ture for*"the remainder of the
week. work.
construction
night with several
the talk made
ffV'ednesday: night was + members of the
.;.. by Campbell E. Nail on the Caterpillar foundation ,has been practically com- 'The appropriations committee local Kiwanis Club and the two ,ex- ;.z
t'. ,:,, Tractor Sales and Service pleted and workers this morning had gave their approval to this item at officio members of the Board from

'f< school which he recently attended erected part of the frame-work. for the same time they rejected the Item I Clewiston; G. Alston and M. E,

'i, In Peoria, Ill.; and which was a description the side walls.SCHOOL for the Cross-State canal. Von 'Mach in attendance, 'it was decided -., .

(. of the latter part of the ,' P that $7,000 should be divert.'.
trip made by several of the members ed from the sewing room project 4

,f-:"., of the force of the Clewiston Motor BOARD MET ry, ACCIDENT FATAL TO at, LaBelle and used in completingtwo

Company the first of which, was de- 'of the more important projects

,- scribed at the meeting a week pre- in Clewiston, the recreation park -;;
vious'by T. ,B. Shelley. IN LABELLEMONDAY JAMES B. JEFFRIES and the Harlem school building.The M'

.. Mr. Nail is a Caterpillar salesman .v '. JO 4l, -- meeting was called by E, E.
and an expert mechanic so was unusually t Sisson, former WPA engineer 'for ",
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?"::.:;.1:,. well' qualified to discuss this: The County Board of Public In- 'w... James B. Jeffries, 51, o'f Miami, the purpose of discussing the 'various '"

r{ "- phase o( the woik. He gave a clear struction of:! Hendry county met last B. F. PATY but well known throughout the Ev- county projects and for determining '\:;:

; detailed account of the things, seen Monday night in LaBelle and among erglades where he has devoted a the foremost projects for' con '
: .the items of business transacted great'deal of time to land and drain- '
and done while the school was 'in was sideration. Discussion brought out ,, :t

.- progress and gave a most interesting the change of meeting time. Insteadof PATY TO SPEAK IN age development during the past few that there was an allocation of approximately '":;

f.;' and enlightening talk on the history I meeting on Saturdays as hereto- years was fatally injured in an au- $20,000 made for WPA ,',

of the Caterpillar tractor. He said fore, the board will meet on the first tomobile collision near Dania Sat- work in Hendry county based' on the "li.

''. that this was his second trip to the Monday after the first Saturday of CLEWISTON| MONDAYProposing urday night. Witnesses stated that case load of relief workers. There : ;;3,

pt;; factory in the six years he had been each month at 7:30. The meetings his 'car skidded on the 'wet pavement remains about ,$11,000; of which a ,: '

doing sales and service work on will alternate as usual with meet- directly in tfie path of another car ,;. portion will be used on the LaBelle ,>,J;'

Caterpillars. In the mornings, he ings being held in ,Clewiston' on' odd "a simple honest, businesslike driven by E., L. Eckfield of Algonac, sewing room project and the re-t ,)

,, said, the group of forty representatives months. : administration of, this Mich. None of the occupants of the mainder on the two Clewiston pro.. _1

from all parts of the country: From .the last, 'appropriation":* of state's affairs", B. F. Paty candi- Eckfield car, Mr. and Mrs. 'Eckfield jects. Some effort was made at the :

attended classes where they received state funds, 4023.30, the board de- date for governor, who has been en- and their 'young son, were seriously beginning by Mr. VonMach to secure -1

a course ,of instruction and discussed qided to pay the bank in full the 1 thusiastically received by large audiences injured and were released from the the construction of the High School :

puzzling problems in sales $3,700 and interest which they owed wherever' he has appeared hospital after treatment for slight building in Clewiston, as a more

;', and service work. In the afternoons and as a revised ,estimate of, ,state will address Clewiston citizens at cuts and bruises.Mr. worthy project than the playgroundbut ;,';:

r;; they made tours of the factory' anf funds had been received from the 10:00 o'clock Monday morning, Jeffries was chairman of the when it was found that there was I

.:'; one afternoon visited a test fanr State Superintendent, W. S.> Caw- February 17th. -. South Florida, Conservancy District so 'little money available, the high ': ;j

,' about five miles out from the plant thon, plans were made to borrow Lashing out against irregularitiesin which he organized in 1921 and was school requiring an appropriation of

r- fifteen inches_ of snow covering the from the bank the eighty per cent i Florida's governmental affairs recently appointed chairman of the about $24,000 In addition 'to the :;

ground on that afternoon. permissible which will par teachers'salaries when on January 23, the first can- Everglades Drainage District., He sponsors donation, he switched over

;?::: Mr. Nail discussed the excellent through the fourth monthof didate to announce or publicly' sub- was 'actively interested in the de- and helped with the securing of the

5\-\ labor conditions ,and stated that the school and leave them only a mit his platform, Paty drew wide-: velopment of the Miami Shores Company playground. $3,300 will be spent on

" factory had had no labor troubles month in arrears on salaries. The spread favorable comment from the'I and other large real estate developments the, playground and $3,700 on the

with the exception of one time in revised ,estimate shows that the ;press. J 'I I in that. city. He was alsoa Harlem colored school. No further-

, the foundry. All of the 9,000 em- county may expect no less than $16- Since that time his virile mannerof 1- member: nf-- the board nf directors:: effort' will n_ hmarie_ ______ for_ __ the,__ present

ployees 'are American born and 657.99. To date a total of 12691.32; dealing with vital facts, about the the State Chamber of Commerce to secure the new high school build.-

.dry;' white. He also told of the exacting has been received leaving a balanceof state government, the difficultiesinto I! and of' Mahl Shrine. ing but a new appropriation the first

requirements of labor in the factory $3,966.67. The new loan from i which it has been plunged in I I Mr. Jeffries was born in Carroll, of July may )make this project. feas,

and many other. interesting, details. the bank mounts'to $3,000 and :recent years and his proposed rem- I county, Iowa, and was, married_ to ible. ,

.. Prior to Mr. Nail's talk the birthday with the addition of a balance on edies has won him many supporters.. !: Miss Lillian Mae Scullen at Ancon, Work will be started, it is said,

'i of D. G. Alston was celebrated. hand of '$1,150 will pay the salaries. Curbing the powers of the, chief,. Panama, while in charge of labor. within: thirty days on the playground

,. He was hailed before the judge, Dr. number, of labor bills were ordered executive himself in matters remov-:I quarters during the construction of : project which was begun and partially

;) D. J. Williams, who placed a mon- paid and practically all the back ing officials without hearing, thoseof the Panama Canal. He later lived in finished as an FERA project justa

key cap on his head and he was salaries, for teachers from last the senate and governor in ap-: Guayquil, Ecuador, and moved to few days before the WPA program

forced to dance about while Mrs. G. year taken care of. Bus payments ]pointment and confirmation of elected -, Florida in 1910. He is survived by began. Civic clubs of the city have

\ O. Wallace played, a grind organ were also taken care, of to date. officials and in naming legislators his widow, three sisters, Mrs. Bess made all arrangements to furnish

+z tune on the piano-accordian, after It was also decided that Gainey, to other state offices, is urgedas Simms, Concordia, 'Kansas; Mrs. S. necessary materials for equippingthe

which he received a birthday cake the former colored school janitor, be a vital need of the state, V. Westrick, Hutchins, Kansas, and park after the surfacing is com

4., and the congratulations of his fel- put back in that position after un Pointing out "from 1927 to 1934 Mrs. J. W. Hopkins, Versailles, Ohio, pleted by WPA forces. The construction -
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successful attempts to break ''a white school expenses have been decreased and three brothers, 'William Jeffriesof of the Hooker's Point road
(Continued on page 4) '
man in for the job. Some of the patrons 43 per cent, while the cost of South Bay; A.' S. Jeffries, Chester Clewiston's only WPA project to.

of the school requested at the operating other state departmentshas Nebr.; and C. S. Jefrries, Wymore, date is virtually complete and the ,

LaBelle Is PromisedUse beginning of the 'term that whites increased 71 per cent," Paty Nebr. labor there is expected to be sen.t .

should be, employed on the job and recommends a ,more;equitable distribution Funeral services were conducted (Continued on page 4) ;:

,Of River Spoil unsuccessful efforts were made to of state revenues. He also Monday afternoon at 2:30 at the

find one who would stick. proposes: submitting the, question of Philbrick Funeral Chapel in Miami. Young People Hold

election of a lieutenant governor to Burial was made in Woodlawn Cem-

44' the vote of the etery. '
people.
Washington, Feb. 13 (Special- Highway Safety To Be j Union Meet Here
Limitation of pardon power, re-
The
:- U. S. Engineers are willing to
peal of the law legalizing slot ma-
cooperate with citizens of LaBelle LaBelle Woman Killed
Promoted By Legion
chines, regulation of public utilities,
of People'sSocieties
in having spoils from dredge operations The Lake Union Young
t[abolition of poll tax and a complete Okeechobee
around Lake ;
f'/ on Caloosahatchee usai When Hit By CarMrs. ;
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revision of the tax
system, unifyingthe
: for filling up low places and sloughs, : held their regular monthly meetinglast
; Clewiston
American
Legion Post
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, whole, are among his proposals. ..
Tuesday night at the Community -
Congressman J. Hardin Peterson has ,
No. ,93 at their regular monthly i imeeting .
\ Charles Cochran 67 of La- church than eighty del- ":
and more
': been assured by' Colonel Earl North last, Tuesday night decided ,
Gulf Officials Praise
I Belle fatally injured Sunday in attendance. The Canal
,
_), of the Jacksonville office. The con- that they would take as their major was egates were
night when hit and knocked down Pojnt society took the banner whichis
gressman took the matter with
up objective for the year the promo-
: Service Work On LakeW. automobile while her for the best attendance each
: the engineers after receiving information tion of highway safety in ,Clewistonand by an on way given
:.J from LaDpj1.e citizens that Hendry county. to church. The accident occured on month, Clewiston having held it for
,
ib' they wished to utmze' the spoils to the highway through LaBelle, the the last three months.
Several fatal accidents 'near Clew- P. McLaughlin, service station
::: take care of low places if possible. driver of the car :which struck her, The program for the meeting was
iston during the last few months and of the Gulf Refining Company -
I manager Henry Smith, stating that he was In charge of Frank Ray, presidentof
Specifications require that a 40- many more minor ones led 'to the from the general offices, in
.
Christian
Endeavor.It
I blinded by the lights of an approaching the Clewiston
I foot berm to be left between the edge discussion of ways and means for Pittsburg; J. A. Kahlert, of the Dis-
I car and could not see Mrs. Coch- was birthday week of the foundingof
:: of the channel slope and spoil bank, making the public safetyconsciousand trict office in Atlanta, S. L. Munroe, .
this
ran. She was taken to the Lee Me- Christian Endeavor and pro.
i Colonel North advised Mr. Peterson, decreasing the toll of fatal district manager from Miami, and
: : ac- A
the
morial Hospital in Fort JVIyers im- vided the theme for program.
;! and emphasized that with the ,drag- I'cidents. W., W.' Woods; of West Palm Beach,
I
mediately after she had been given I business meeting was conducted by
[ line method it is physically Imposff' Announcement' was also made byj visited for some time in Clewistonthis I
I first aid treatment by Dr. J. L. See- the Union president. J. E. Beardsley
sible to place the spoil beyond the Commander Jay W. Moran this week week and while here expressed anda I :1
| to lead the singing
bold and died there Tuesday. was invited
rir, 300-foot right of way. However, the that the Legion again this year will J!'their great satisfaction of the way headed Mrs.
Funeral services were held at ten committee of ladies by
f' contract has been sublet by the Atlantic award medals to the most outstanding !' their products were being handled in Pattersonand :
o'clock Wednesday morning In La- F. H. Moltz Mrs. R. Y.
Dredging and Construction girl and boy,student in the the Lake Region.
CIew-1 Belle with Rev. Morris Wiggins in Mrs. H. R. Hall served dinnerat
li Company to the Huffman Construe. iston, Moore Haven, Mr. McLaughlin was especially
\, charge of the services She Is survived the conclusion of the meeting.
/ tion Company, which uses the hydraulic Felda: schools. M. E. VonMach was lavish in his praise of the wholesale '
; by her. husband, C. 'C. Coch- After dinner there was a period
fj: :, method, and this method named chairman of the -committee distributors of the region as well as
: ran, two sons, Hugh, who resides in of recreation 'which gave the young
, ;
';; will probably be utilized Up to the for these awards and the filling stations and described the;
will present
:
a ;! Texas, and Lee, of LaBelle, and folks a chance to become better ac
(:,".. highway bridge at LaBelle. Arrangements the medals after the winners are organization as "the best in the had
three daughters, Mrs. A. R. Carlton, quainted. Each visitor their
15 are now being made by local I chosen in the respective schools. The South."
!. of Fort Green, Mrs. John Townsend, name printed on a tag and pinnedto
:: interests Colonel North said, the award Is not limited to high school
Ortona and Mrs. of their they could be
"r of Myrtle King, clothing so
property owners, and the contractor '
students
but be given to
may
any STErARTBIPHOVES
Frostproof. easily identified. A. H. King had
with a view to having the hydraulic ..
pupil of either high school intermediate
l or .. recreational
of the
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- work cQntinuedabove the bridge'to
grade. Elbert L. Stewart returned to will be held In
to'\vn'lfinlts. DISTRICT ENGINEER TO VISIT The next meeting
the If this can be done,
I I work Wednesday at the First Bankof Canal Point on Tuesday followingthe
: '; it appears likely that the ,spoil can '
'. be placed in the sloughs and low WELFARE OFFICE OPENS Clewiston made a remarkable Col. E. J. Dent, District Engineerof second Sunday in March.
IN CITY HALL BUILDING recovery from ,wounds received the Baltimore district U. S. Engineers These societies from the communities -
places well
{ as as portions of the old
;:
when he accidentally shot several of Clewiston South Bay, Belle
; river which it is desired' to fill was and member of important ,
up
'I Miss Mattie B. Vertrees, social while on a hunting trip less than two boards is expected to arrive in Glade, Pahokee and Canal Point with
providing property owners will
"I' ; their consent.Mr. give welfare case worker for, this section weeks ago. Although still pretty Bore : Clewistoa: Monday to visit the federal Lake Harbor joining in with Clew-

with headquarters In Moore, Haven, he states that he feels little ill effect flood control projects of the lake iston have been holding these regu-
Peterson 'Indicated he was, announced this week that she will of 'the time
t.. experience. and Caloosahatchee river. Col. Dentis lar monthly meetings for some
much pleased that the spoils can ebe}i, in ,an office In the City Hall one His many friends will be more a dredging engineer ',of the old and the organization is becoming a
utilized to the benefit of the city, "! day each week. She, 'asks that those than moral betterment
pleased tolearn_ of his quick school and .Is.particularly InterestedIn powerful one for the
.;", I and promised his further aid {Jn. anyway 1 who can transact their business In recovery from the accident which the dredging operations( In the of the young people of UiQ

needed, 1 the, forenoon of that day have ,
might eo easily proven fatal rlveri Lake section . .






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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1936


.. i I wants to know who <;

WASHINGTON. States Marine .
News Review of Current The
band to walkout at the women's patriotic -

BRISBANETHIS conference on national defense.

Probably It was Assistant Secretary of

Events the, World Over the 'Navy Henry L. Roosevelt, but he Man Who

WEEKThe would say nothing so a resolution was

Introduced In congress demanding an

Investigation.,

Crown Remains Southerners Launch Talmadge's Presidential Boom- The difficulties arose out of a speed KnowsWhether

Veterans Reach the Top, before the women's conference by Bainbridge -

The Useful Red Cross Kansas Offers Landon to Republicans-Bonus Colby, a Democrat who said the RemedyYou

Oxygen Is Life Bill Passed" Over Roosevelt's Veto. unkind things about the New Deal. taking for
Thereupon 'the band walk'ed'out, and are

Behind the gray walls of" Windsor certain navy officers' refused to deliver Headaches, ,Neuralgiaor
castle,, 'pn the ,hill above, the Eton '
scheduled ,speeches before the
EDWARD con
school, where young By W. PICKARD 'ference. The :> Rheumatism 'Pains '

r England learns discipline ,Western Newspaper Union.TpWO look the opportunities Republicans offered did not by over the is SAFE is Your Doctor.

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and cricket, '
'. I THOUSAND or more "grass and the utilization by the federal government Incident. Ask,Him .
Iving George's cof-
root" Democrats, representing 17 specially. trained minds ae J
lowered In-
fiD"w s I southern and border states-though. he has used them In Kansas-"to, collect NOTEWORTHY: among recent deaths
to the vault to Ue most of them were Georgians-assembled facts, not to administer theories." George W. WIckershamof Don't Entrust Your
beside his father,
Edward 'VII, In Maconr Ga.. His, own best recommendation of _New York who was attorney gen- Own or Your Family's
King I and with wild, yells himself he gave' In three succinct parr eral of the United States In, the Taft to Unknown
and his grandmother Well-Being
launched the boom of agraphs summarizing his budget bal 'administration and for many years '

QueenVictoria. I Gov. Eugene Talmadgefor ,ancing achievements. one of the country's leading corpora. Preparations .

The magnificentcrown the Democratic tion lawyers., He was seventy-seven

of Englandwas i Presidential nomina :nAYlIENT of the, veterans' bonus bymeans'of years old, and died of "beart, diseaseIn BEFORE you lake any prep am-
taken from the r don't,know all about
; tion. They adopted a baby bonds payable on de- a taxicab you ,
coffin before It dis- for the relief of headaches; or the
mand enacted law Mr. Wlckersnam was chairman of
motion asking him to was Into by congress of rheumatism neuritis
and pains or
appeared 'constitutionalDemocrat and the for the ex-sol the famous Hoover commission named
run as a money neuralgia, ask dor'wha bethinks
your !
before the
placed It who Is opposing diers may be available on July 1 to investigate prohibition and other about it-in' comparisonwith

Arthur Drlsbnn' altar. Kings go; the n .. what they called The Harrison compromise bonus bill law enforcement in 1929. Genuine Bayer Aspirin.

crown, remains.: the "theorists crackpots that went through the senate'and house We say this because, before the

W9Mv& >v..tiA! sx ww brain trusters and easily, was vetoed by President Roosevelt PRANCE'S new government, under discovery of Bayer Aspirin, most '

The services were broadcast, new Gov. Talmadge professo-r of the The bouse immediately and enthusiastically *> Albert Sarraut as premier, it Is so-called "pain" remedies were ad- .

feature of a royal funeral. The simple New Deal. Talmadge, though highly repassed the measure hoped will stand up until the spring vised against by physicians as being

Church of England burial; service, : elated declined to comment or to make The senate was a little more deliberate elections. If it does the 'results will bad the for heart.the And stomach the; or discovery often, for of

read by the Archbishop of Canterbury, any announcement at the time. but within three days it, too had not be happy for Italy Bayer Aspirin largely changed

was heard far over the earth wher- The platform adopted by the "meeting overridden'the disapproval of the Chlet for It will take a much medical practice.

ever Britain's 400,000,000 subjects live. called for preservation of the Con Executive, and the bill was made law. stronger stand In sup- Countless thousands of people

stitution, of state sovereignty and. of The vote In the senate was 76 to 19, port of the League of ,who have taken Bayer Aspirin year

Veterans having successfully climbedthe ; the American form of government. It, In the house> It. bad been 324 to 61. Nations than did that in and out without ill effect, have '
It was a notable fact that all the 'proved that the medical findings
long long road, the government' accused President Roosevelt of abandoning of Laval. The new
began the biggest '"pay-off" job 'in his- faith In the Constitution and senators-95 In number, for Huey foreign minister Is about its safety were correct.
I Remember this Genuine
tory, the printing of two billion four the doctrines of Thomas Jefferson and Long's successor has not yet taken hi? Plerre-Etienne Flan- Aspirin is rated among: the fastest Bayer
seat-were present and voting. Notable
hundred million dollars' worth of of "repudiating, abandoning, and side but not strange when remembers' {, > din, noted'for his pro- me/hodsyet discovered for the relief
bonds to be distributed among' 3,518- tracking" the platform on which he one w y } British tendencies ; and of headaches and all common pains

191 World war veterans. The mere was elected In 1932. It said : this Is an election rear Fifty-seven 3"Rad- Joseph Paul-Boncour, and safe for the average personto

distributing cost alone will be $7.000- "We do not regard the occupant of Democrats, 16 Republicans and no friend of I Mussolini! take regularly. '

000. the White House Icals-La Follette of Wisconsin, Ship- Is the minister of state You' can get real Bayer Aspirin at
as a Democrat stead and Benson of Minnesota-voted AlDen Sarraut store
any drug -simply by never
Now government wonders what new concerned chiefly with
"He has broken the pledge of our for the bill while 12 Democrats and there asking for it by the name "aspirin"
taxes can be Invented to pay the two party and violated the platform of Republicans voted against 'It league affairs. In other respects alone but always saying BAYER .'
and ,one-half billions. 1932. Is nothing'especially notable about ASPIRIN when buy.
Informed of the vote, President you
the cabinet. RegnIer
Sarraut, Is
"We here today affirm our faith In retained
Interesting news from Ethiopia sent that doctrine." Roosevelt at once ordered government as finance minister, and he Is
I departments to prepare for payment of committed to the Laval de. Bayer Aspirin:
by an American corespondent says the If Is not easy ,yet to estimate. the policy'of
the bonus
certificates as
residence of Halle Selassie's son has possible results of the Talmadge move- as quickly fending the franc
accuracy ,will permit. Secretary of the Flandln went to London for the ...
the roof althoughIt
on a large'red cross, ment. The administration leaders re- t '
.Treasury Morgesthau said that the
has nothing to do with the Red fuse to take the Georgia funeral of King George, and It Is ru-
governor
; payment would be the most difficult
mored' In Paris that he'would sound
Cross. Associated Press sends
news seriously or to admit that he can imperil mechanical l task bad
the treasury faced
out British bankers the
of a Swedish "field hospital capturedby on subjectof
their control of any of the southern i :
Italians In l the South, carrying ammunition states. I In Its history." _- a loan of three billion francs which A Three Days' Cough

on five trucks adorned with The situation in the South Is fur- the French treasury sorely needs.

Red Cross flags and Insignia. The ther complicated by the sudden death "w E CAN either take. on the man With Laval in the discard the British Is Your Danger SignalNo
tie of
hypocrisy, or we can might look on this suggestion wltb
"field hospital" automobiles contained .
of Gov. O. K. Allen of Louisiana. He ""
take a walk; and we'll probably, do favor. matter how )
27 of muni- many medicines
In addition cases the
was devoted and complaisant adherent ..:
!
the latter. you have tried for
your cough, chest
tlons. In modern' war: the safe plan of Huey Long and had been cold or bronchial irritation
,These words ,of Alfred Ii. you can
\ HUGH S. GUMMING announced
seems to be bomb everything. The selected to fill'out' the unexPired 'termof 'E.: get relief now with Creomulsion.
Smith In hip
war drums of the Ethiopian hero, Ras .the late senator. Lieutenant Gov- Jthat on February 1 he would retire -' Serious trouble may be brewing and

Desta Demtu, were captured. He will ernor Noe succeeded to the governor speech at the American as surgeon general of the United you cannot afford to take a chance
Liberty league States public health service "because with anything less than Creomul-
,
miss them.
ship, but who will now be the, leader '
dinner in Washingtonwere of long service and health that Isn't Eion, which, goes right to the seat
of"the forces not of the trouble to
Long was. Immediately aid nature to
perhaps the most too good." He has been in the, service
"The Blood Is the Life accordingto determined. : soothe and heal the inflamed mem-
an old Hebrew saying and oxygen: .S M Interesting and significant l since 1894 and has had four terms as branes as the germ-laden phlegm

Is the life of the blood. No of his utteranceson its head. His administration Is cred- is loosened and expelled.
oxygen WHAT Is known as the Bankhead- that occasion for ited with completion of the quarantine Even if other remedies have
means death, In three minutes or less; bill for soil conservation, he professed to be system ; inauguration of prelmmigra- failed, don't be discouraged, your.
too little! means premature is authorized to
oxygen the druggist guarantee
( administration's substitute for the
speaking ,for "the disciples tion examinations at American 'con-
death, Inferior health meanwhile.The Creomulsion and to refund yourmoney
:\. was, given the hesitant approval of' Jefferson sulates establishment
of national
Dlonne quintuplets marvelous ; a if you are not satisfied with
are -
of the senate agricultural committeeby -- Jackson and Cleve leprosarium and national narcotic results from: the very first bottle.

In their health. The marvelous!, a vote of 15) to, 2, although ChaIr., AI Smith land" and concerningtheir farms, and construction of eight marine Get Creomulsion right now. (AdvJ
babies
sleep outdoors every morningand man Ellison I). Smith! of South Carolina action In the Democratic national hospitals.

afternoon ; on one occasion the said! tic 'personally had some doubts" convention next June when the dele It was belleved'In Washington that

temperature zero. was 30 degrees J below :is to Its constitutionality. The measr gates are asked to Indorse the doingsof President Roosevelt would appoint. as A FARMER, BOY

> would enable the ,secretary of ag- the Roosevelt administration. There -the new surgeon general Dr. ThomasH.

riculfiire to remove 30,000,000 acres could be no misunderstanding Smith's- 'Parran, Jr.,, state health ,commissioner %;, ONE of the'best known
All five walk, all have gained weight t\:': : .. men in the
from cultivation and give him meaning, and he must now be considered ,
even of New York and assistant surgeon :., ';">:"Y ) U. S. was Dr. R. V.
the .
during past month, and have new wider'powers than' he had under the the leader of the conservative general on leave. : \: '"/f Pierce of Buffalo N. Y.,

teeth. Annette has three new ones, .1A.1It- was evidently headed for a Democrats In their revolt againstthe "W: (f.:; who was born on a farm
-
in Pa. Dr. Pierce's Golden -
twelve In all. All have beautiful big hot debate on the senate floor. policies of the New Dealers. The A JURY In the United States District Medical Discovery Ii
eyes, high foreheads,. pretty faces and herbal extract which
concern of administration .; an
Dem
Secretary Wallace let It be, known *__ court In New York returned ver- eliminates poisons from .'
look as French as the Marseillaise; t that officials of the Agriculture, Treasury ocrats Is now as to how extensive will dicts of guilty against acting Capt. ..' the intestines and tones
get plenty of oxygen, but wrap'up well. and Justice departments were'co be the bolt ; and whether- the conserva- up the digestive system.
William 'F. Warms and three codefendants Pimples and blotches caused by faulty elimination
'"I><'rating In an effort to collect for the tives will put up their own ticket, support In the criminal negligencetrial disappear and you feel the strengthening -
e Lloyd George says the new king.Edward ,eminent the 8200,000,000: ordered ,the Republican nominee or mere- resulting from the'disastrous fire effect of this well tried medici.ne.Buy now]
VIII has the magnetism of his ly stay from the Of
polls.
returned to processors by the Supreme away courseIn that swept the Morro Castle off Asbury
grandfather, Edward VII ; that he any,case the Republican cause will WNU-7 7-36
i-ourt. but he gave no details of the Park, September 8, 1934 ,taking a toll
,..: comes to the throne with such, great plan. In referring to this court orderin be aided materially, unless the guessesof of 134 lives. J)

,; troubles ahead as few kings have ever a radio talk Mr. Wallace went 'farther its lenders are all wrong. Besides Warms, those convicted were BABY

encountered, but "his courage and his ,: In criticism of the Supreme cturt New Deal Democrats were quite undismayed Eben Starr Abbott chief engineer of BEFORE COMESElimination (
sure Instinct will not fall him." by the Smith which
than has any other ofliclal of the ad- speech the burned ship ; Henry E. Cabaud
minist':ttion. lie declared It 'was' "the they declared was weak"and Ineffective. executive vice president of the New, of Body Waste,

,t O. K. Allen, HueyLong's governor most! gigantic legalized steal In history. They announced that Majority Leader York & Cuba Mall ,Steamship company Is Doubly Important
of Louisiana died of a cerebral hem- Joseph T. Robinson of the senate
"
I I Representative Allen T. Treadwiy operators of the Ward Line, and
: orrhage. He remained In succession to would deliver the official reply In a York In the crucial months before baby arrivesit
the New
of Massachusetts asserted on the & Cuba company ,Itself. is vitally important that the body be rid
Senator Long, leader of the Long party, radio address.Mr. .
I flour of the house that "any otlicial who of waste matter.Your intestines must fnn -
i short time only. Perhaps they are 'I will make a 'statement of 'that nature Smith -rn his Liberty league ADOLI" ,HITLER has Just completed tion-regularly.completely without griping.
together now both aware that speech never once named President
nothing the
ruler'of
about tllp- Supreme court ought: to be years as Ger-
happening on this' little earth l lS"important IInpt'HcheJ.( ." Mr. Wallace may: not Roosevelt but he specifically put ou many, and the anniversary was 'cele- Why Physicians Recommend

: ; Huey Long wondering why he Have heard! the last of this., that gentleman the full blame for repu brated by the Nazis with triumphant Milnesia Wafers

. made such a fuss about It. diation of most of the planks In tbtDemoc'ratk > 'rejoicing. Addressing 26.000 Nazi These mint-flavored,candy-like wafers are

;: platform of 1932, which he storm troop veterans, reichsfuehrer pure milk of magnesia in solid form-
\ .. Mr. John Horan of Milwaukee, called *1 .\NSAS Republican state committee declared was the best ever put forth in declared: much pleasanter to take'than liquid.Each

by his fellow workers "Soda"Ash' t members, the Kansas Day club I this ,country. "Whoeyer'opposes us. now does It not' wafer is approximately equal to a full adult,
and many party leaders from the ills-1 dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed
Senator Robinson's
f reply to AISmith's
Johnny first
used soda ash to clean because we are Nazis, but because we
sourl valley region, celebrating Foun- I thoroughly, then swallowed, they correct
locomotive speech consisted In the main of
boilers
t- restored
a discovery that I military Independence to Ger-
acidity in the mouth and throughout the
tiers
day in Topeka.
should have made him quotations from previous utterances by "
} rich. but did ,many. and insure
digestive system, regular, com'plete
: not presented to, the country Smith In which he advocated a coursequite Hitler ,
'w.. 'UoAIr spoke 25:minutes, claiming the elimination without pain or effort.
''p "Soda Ash Johnny' ," a proud man '' Landonof as radical as that pursued by the Nazi movement has brought ,unity, to Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 and
Kansas their '
L refused to let his son accept a pension' as New Dealers in combating the' depres- 'th'e nation and adding: 48, at 35c and 60c respectively, and in

:-',. told the authorities: "I am still, ,able choice for the Repub, sion. He jeered at the, New Yorkerfor "We seek peace because we love It, convenient tins for your handbag contain-

to work, and no boy of mine is going ,lean Presidential, abandoning the streets of the west but we Insist on our honor because' we ing 12 at 20c.Each wafer is approximatelyone
!, 'on the county.' (nation. In a speechto side for the palaces of Park avenue do not live without It." adult dose of milk of magnesia. AH

:- It will surprise you to hear that the the banqueters the and trading his brown derby, for a silk good drug stores sell and recommend them.

'!.'.* Bon, aged sixty-six, had applied for governor hoped to'do told what he b.. pnl ..r1rqx topper: and denounced him as a: deserter jV/1 \JOR reductions In naval tonnage Start using these delicious, effective )
: on old-age pension. for the in the face of the enemy. I are "out" so far as the London, anti-acidgentiy laxative wafers today V
nation If he were notu- four-power conference Is concerned
,
ya:
Professional samples sent free to registered
The statement that Imagination ig .I n ate d and elected. ACTIVITIES of the Townsend old age owing to the unsettled ,condition of physicians or dentists if request is made
I
Refrainlnz from "sub are proving world affairs and the defection of
worse than reality applies to everything Gov. Landon on professional letterhead.Select Product,
j -:death Included, let us hope. sUtutlngepithets" for most annoying to many congressmen Japan. However: the parley made Inc., 4402 23rd St., Long Ista d City, N. Y.
F: When a colony of nudists move on arguments, he offered a program for and it Is likely they will be Investigated.A some progress toward an agreement

\;. San Diego, Call, the strongest protest ending federal extravagance and re resolution for such an Inquiry was l Introduced on the sizes of ships and calibers of 35c & 60cboHles

J( comes from San Diego's Braille-club, storing prosperity. by Representative Jasper guns when the Americans, French, and

, an organization of blind people. They Replying to the query "What would Bell Missouri, Democrat. It charged Italians accepted a new British compromise h1 11. 9:, 92Oc

1,p could not actually know whether the rou do?" Mr; Landon proposed relief that for several years "Individuals and plan as a' basis for discussion.The ,tin

t1,"' colonists were dressed or not but they. for agriculture through a soil conservation groups" have "conceived and promoted 'plan proposes ,battleships witha

'1' do not like the Idea. program: with the honest pur, numerous, schemes under the pretext: maximum of 35,000 tons, the existing

I I:' Consider bow men ha"ve persecuted" pose ,of saving the, fertility of American -. of obtaining .pensions! .for the aged and'needy" limits; 14 Inch guns Instead, of thepresent
'
farms. 16 Inch l ones, which would be
and that now "several groupsof
tortured and burned each other for
!! religious differences in matters that The governor pledged himself to old fraudulent promoters are enriching eliminated; and an entirely separate r ',;,' rMflAlCTAMrI KJD
pensions. He recommended themselves category for destroyers, placfng'thE'n1
age exten by working the so-called
they could neither
I see nor know.
sion ,and Improvement of civil service pension plan racket. U a classification with small cruisers.
,t O King Feature. S>'ndlcat... Inc.WNIJ .. I rite Original Milk of Magnesia W rW'T >.
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t; ;- Goal Is Dependent Upon I IMPROVED OUTLOOK AND UPLOOK CHINESE INFANTICIDE .

;lfi Style of Our FacultiesAll INTERNATIONAL

to The Mind We cannof'keep clearest vision Infanticide still, Is committed In
; 11; '" I have seen teaches me :
}:: : trust the Creator for all I have ,not LOWELL by making ,It too narrow. While China to such an extent that, during '
I SUNDAY L concentration demanded, It 1932 'Inthe '
: modern
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1 :Y'_ gC(n. Whate\cr It be which the Meter HENDERSON must city of Shanghai
:;:: : great Providence prepares for us, It essonBy not be' forgotten that.the, uplook ant: alone, an average of 92 bodies of In.

tZ', :';' -, must be something large and gener- REV. P. B. FITZWATER. D. D.. : Bell Syndicate WNU Service the outlook and are necessary best to understanding fant's'were found dally' In.the to streets' .
Member of Fa ulty. Moody Bible the effort. alleys and creeks.--Colller.
ous and In the ,great style of his
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Institute of Chicago. adA a .Q..g..-.....__1
((z. works. Western Newspaper Union.
;": The future must be up to the style The Similarities TestIn

:') of our. faculties, 'of memory, of hope, : each problem of the followingtest .'.. ...
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t "'.' of Imagination, 'of reason." I Lesson for February ,16 there. are three words. The first

I -two'wOl'ds' bear .a 'certain relation ,AGrav.eMistakef or aMother ,
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!li Week's Supply of Postum Free JESUS', REPLYjjO: JOHN'THE BAPTIST'SkjhU ship to one another. Write-in a : :

t-v. made the POS :STION ;fourth word 'which bears the same S ..
; Read the offer by Ullt 11 "_ to Make
this relationship to the third word thai
of
f' Company In another part pa .
x
LESSON TE T -Luke 7:19-28.
the second does, to the first. :
... : will send full week's supIt' '
: per. They a GOLDEN TEXT=-I believe: help thou "
ply' of health giving 'Postum ,free to mine unbelief.Mark '9:24. 1. Flame; gas ; bulb, ,-. GIVING_ CHILD UNKNOWN REMEDIES

'." .. anyone who writes for It.-Adv. PRIMARY TOPIC,' -Jesus Answers 2. GasoUi 'i,au tomoblle ;hors(',---. WITHOUT ASKING; DOCTOR, FIRST

It' John's Question. 3. Frjink'frisch, baseball.; Harold "
; JUNIOR TOPIC-Jesus Answers John's .
Yawn Explained: : Question. McSpaden, '-. WING your;child a-medi-

A yawn Is only a gap In the con- INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR 4. 'T'hIn, thick ; slim, -. >1 G. [cite,or remedy-you don't, '
versation. TOPIC-Meeting: Doubts With Facts. 5. Homer, poetry ; Demosthenes, --no"
;: ADULT Icnow all about without asking"y -
YOUNG PEOPLE AND
::: TOPIC-How. Jesus Answers Honest ur. family doctor first -is <
G. Albany( New York,; Concord /
/" : doubts. a bad risk' for any mother tot $>% >w1' ,
: (

;c>. ',:-' The title, "Jesus Helps a Doubter,"' 7. Soldier army ; sailor --. ke. '

. given by the lesson committee Is nota 8. Roosevelt, Garner; Hoover,-. Doctors and child authorities k'c : fp

\> ICHAPPEDI good one. John was not, a' doubter, t). mericn.sCup, yachtingWight-; : .say health, and ,sometimes, s..p>'<' :

though somewhat perplexed. ,Jesus ,man Cup, -. life itself, depends on this. ru k4
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r LIPS specifically defends him against sucha 10. Stateroom, ocean. liner ; cell, ',So-when 'you're offered a
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charge (see Matt. 11:7-ll, as well as '"bargain" in a remedy for your ? _

the present text). It Is to be hoped :Use only the following words ;, 'child; ask your:,doctor before 4 "

I that no teacher will perpetuate this navy, Curtis, prison, electricity,' fat,.

To qnlckly relieve 'error. John was a great man. ,IIn an- New Hampshire, oratory, wagon. '
buy it. Do this for-
'.._' chapping, roughnesc, nouncing his birth the angel said, "He, tennis: golf.'S you yourchild's

(crackin ,applysoothin ,) shall be great In- the- sight, ,of the ,C'"Jfh L 9 i'u IS1U! sake and your own peace ,

coolino Mentholaium.tCO.MIOR.Tf Lord." He was great, also, when measured -> .' Answers --p,IJV 7- '7." of mind.

,, by the standards of men. In 1.' Electricity.' 6. New Hamp-. .: i, 'Y'" Ask him, particularly about ,
I. T '
....." shouldbe ; R ;(f the "milk ofmagnesia" : :
/ teaching ,this l lesson: a survey 2. Wagon shire. -- frequently ,used
f.'x '
; .' Dmilyj. made of John's life and work. 3. Golf. '7. Navy k ,- about Phillips'Milk d
t
; -', I. John's Birth and Ministry Fore 4. Fat., .- S. Curtis. ,',, 1 of Magnesia.. He will tell 11t.

told (Isa. 40:3'cf.: Matt. 3:3)). '. I
o. Oratory. 9. Tennis. you that for over 60 years phy

f. VEGETABLE He was thought about and his work 10., ,Prison. 'S .r.:; : a sicians have endorsed it as SAFE ,J

planned, long ,before he .was ,born. He '-1 for your ,child. The; kind .of. '::

i:, CORRECTIVE came II. as John's God's Character.messenger. Cycled 120,000 Mile ,, 5 Ia J M remedy you want your child to _.

Adam Armstrong has retired from have. ,
!f DID TRICK 1. Humble (Luke 3:4). He did not '
the force x>f' the KLlmarnock (Scot NOW, ALSO IN TABLET FORM this when :'.:
t,i. They were getting on each sp seek human praise and'ommenda- Remember you ,_' :
Vik'other's nerves. Intestinal lon, but shrank from them. His, su, land) post office,-after 39 years"serv You can' assist others by refusing to' buy, and say'."Phillips' Milk ofMagnesia" ; '::
r.: lagguhness was really ,; ice. During that ,period he cycled accept a'substitute for the genuine "
the cause-made them preme concern was to proclaim Christ to druggist.Comes :
over 120,000 miles and has served Phillips Milk of Magnesia. Do this in your .M ",
tired with bilious frequent spells.head-But j 2. Courageous (Luke 3:?). He the interest or-,yourself and your chil now, also, in tablets :
under eight head postmaster Fei: ,,
that all changed now. faced '''a great multitude, and struck dren.and' in the interest of thepublic .
that of that
". taste peppermint
For they discovered like .. 7"w low employees feted him as he started !in.general. ,
I' hard at their sins. He did not trim ,1
millions of others that ft/ 'his rest. children like to take.
nature provided the cor- ; 0'" his message to'suit the crowd.,
: net laxatives in plants! )
III. John's Luke '
: : and vegetables. ,Tonight Preaching ( 3:3-8) T :
:;' try Nature's Remedy (NRTablets).How much 1. He sounded forth a ringing call :,,!
ii....... better you feel-invigorated. refreshed. Important '' .
\' -you do not have to increase the dose. to. repentance (vv. 3-6) Suddenly : I
,
P\. ; his seclusion he \
Tbefrcontain emerging; from came -I
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phenolormmeralderivatives.-. E e Into the region of the Jordan as, a messenger -t

..-' .. Only 25c-all ( of God, calling upon the peopleto ... '}

.;:"v'L.___,. druggists. repent as a' 'means of, preparationfor .

the coming of, the Messiah. >J
: 2. He demanded proofs of ','
i: for FIHSTAID/k! : (vv. 7, ,S). He. Insisted penitence that1' GEE.,. ;hN'< oUIM SO THRILLER? >< > y'I WATCH-WHAT ; ;NoFIiNWHY; ..i ;'{:. ak .

7elevn9'r" 'their false prophets had 'to be aban- WISH THIS DEAR. HE THE YOt1RE'DOING.i' 'TNISIS'SWELL/ tztk qq

: .- Common Skin:Ailmerrts { doned, their sinful hearts hid to be HEADACHEWOULD RICHEST YOUNG YOU oT' WHATEVER ,. !h ." ,

., or I Injuries '.. .:: ;.' renovated, showing them that the vile QUIT. v-j MAN IN PU5EDME'QVERr, Yoi) SAY ;,"}
: j (
A; passions of their souls must be up I'VE GOT A \\ TOWN / -HI LETS GO HOME V;< BEING

rooted. The turning of a soul from sino DATE TO GO ;>. MAY BE ANYWAY.. r" + SARCASTIC "

ri' Resinol ; God, 'was necessary., SKATINGWITH : RICH.BUT'' THIS'IS' NO : IS HE f TELL ':\\j
I
IV. John Sent a Deputation to BILLS : a IF BRAINS WERE ''FUN t (?' HiM WHEREOH '.;>j

ADAMS '' MONEY HE'D BE r HE GET5 ; '
Jesus (Luke 7:19-23). : ,1
,
-. THEIOcSIZECOHTAIKS3WSASMUCH 1. Their question (v. 19, 20). "Art IN, THE POORHOUSE / OFF! .y '::1

Er 5, thou he that should come? or look :
S
ASTHEScSIZEL / we for another?" Because John did : ....tIII

.. 'not'see the Interval'between the suffer-
T '
%; ings of Christ and the glory that
)" ftIUflI I should :follow-between the cross of

1' \ Christ and his second coming-he was' [ ..

SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY perplexed ; therefore, he sent' a deputation ,<

f'i to Jesusfor light. This perplexity

: was not something culpable In John be. >I MFtiE .
.
i < BACKACHEScaused cause" the prophets did not see, or at j'Wlllt "''>. /:::.<'(;

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least did not make clear, the interval : _
:, .. ,by MOTHERHOOD between, the crucifixion 'of Christ and "

,; Maternity puts a terrible strain on a woman's his second coming. The Messiah, he : .
back muscles frequently causes years of
.' Buffering. Allcock's Porous Plaster does wonders knew, liad to be the I/iuib ,of God
:- for such backaches. Draws the blood to which taketh away the sin of the
:. painful spot. Pain quickly. Insist on All- '
.': cock's the original.goes Lasts longer comes off. world (John 1 :_!)). The trend of BILL DIDN'T' WHY, I'M SURE THE DOCTOR ALL RIGHTANYTHING .J

.easily. druggists or events puzzled him. It was not a lack ,,:}
AUcQck.Ossinins,N.Y. ASK METO BILL LOVES YOU TOLD YOU TO -
of faith, ,(but confusion of mind, that' ; -J:
THE BIG DANCE : BUT'IOULL LOSE QUIT CPfFEE'P.ND TO STOP YOURNAGGING

. 3:;; prompted two lines 'his of predictions inquiry. There concerning were: NEXTMONTH' HIM FOR GOOD IFrv > DRINK POSTUM / ''::1

r the 'Messiah ; the one set him forthas GUESS THE YOU DON'T STOP INSTEAD.. YOU'RE" CURSES!
SNOBTHINKS BEING SO GOING TO DO IT)
: the suffering One, as in Isaiah 53 ; NETS TOO.000D ;, MEAN! SAY IF '. TOO AND GET i cAN'TSmv .5 s

aj -: is more than the other as an invincible conqueror; FOR ME! SHE FELT AS, .:' RID OF THOSE HERE IF ';
as In Isaiah 03. Indeed, in Isaiah GO :1, ,
:, skin BAD AS YOU : COFFEE-NERVES/ POST UM \$
; : deepS 2 the two are joined together (Luke DO SHE WOULDN'T < Jl. COMING :< .
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Ask doctor.Ask the beauty ::4 YY.Y
your
) :' 'expert.GARFIELD f 17-20). EVEN HAVE A INTO THE
;: ; TEA-a cup
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!l ;;l{" ::: your nightly skin-often and complexion does more than for 2. Jesus' action (v. 21). In that r KIND WORD FOR HOUSEOF / 1

I-'.' Write costly cosmetics. Expels poison- same hour, doubtless In the presence %>:r, >, SANTA CLAUSE
"S 'or FREE ou body wastes that clog the of John's disciples, Jesus cured many .. .1
pores and eventually mud' '
, SAMPLE dy,blotchy,erupted.Ic.in.A cause week of their infirmities and plagues and
," ', GtftRFIELD TEA of this Internal' beauty treatment" of evil spirits, and to many 'that were ,
- CO.Dept 115 will astonish you. Begin tonight. .1'
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"' blind he gar'e sight. ,
Brooklyn. N.Y. (At your drug Jlort) :
3. Jesus' message to John (vv. 22,

?'e'; LtI1 23). Jesus said to them; "Go your ij

and tell John ..1
." A Splendid laxative Drink way what'thingsye have I II
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seen rid heard. \
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7:21-28)). < .Y. .
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1. He declared that John was!:' not N

: IRON KNIGHT vacillating like a reed swayed by the r (
: COURSE, you know that children should
wind ( 24).
A REAL BLOOD BUILDING TONIC v. '
for Arthritis, Rheumatism and all 2. John was not doubting because 5O DAYS LATER drink coffee. But do you realize that "

Stomach Disorders $1.00 Guaran of the hardship of prison life (v. 25). I'VE BEENEXPECTING the caffein in coffee disagrees with many'i grown- -

teed. See your Druggist or write 3. John was not a mistaken prophetvv. / ups, too? ,

CENTRAL LABORATORIES INC. ( 25-2S). lIe makes 'John equal to OH, MOTHER.,, IT; If are bothered by headaches or indigestion -, i
> St.Petersburg. Florida fi DARLINGYOU'VE you
the greatest of the Old Testament I'M SO HAPPY / : caffein
soundly.
BEEN THESWEETEST or find it difficult to sleep ,-
prophets by declaring that among those BILL ASKED ME.
be blame. ,
to "
GIRL
ir (born tf women there hath not arisena TO MARRY may
:'s' ; IN THE WORLD Postum for 30 days? ::
greater prophet than John. HIM/ ..Isn't it worthwhile to try '.;

4. The response! of the people (v.. -SINCE YOUSWITCHED Postum contains no caffein. It is simply whole .

, with backache ? 29). The people who heard this defense TD wheat and.bran, roasted andslightly, sweetened. "' "J '
POSTUM/ -!
even the publicans, acceptedIt It,is easy to make'and costs> .less than one-half'.' ,

WHEN kidneys function badly and as vindication of John. They justified ? cent a cup. It's a delicious drink, too. and may :,':

suffer a nagging backache, God. They not only accepted the prove a real help. A product General Foods. ,
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with dizziness, burning, scanty or too vindication, but were baptized with M'
of
frequent urination and getting up at the baptism of John. FREE-let us send you your first week'ssupply > '

night when feel VI. John's Postum/ree/Simply mail coupon. obese, o.r.conr.
; you tiredf nervous, Martyrdom (Mark G:14- ,
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all upset use .. 2.1). ,
Doan's are especially for poorly Vii. GENERAL: FOODS, Battle Creek. Mich:. w. N.U.-I-W-M
While .John
was In prison Herod week's supply of postum. ,
working kidneys. Millions of boxes Send me, without obligation a
had frequent
interviews
with him.
are used every year. They are recommended
the country over. Ask your John boldly told him that It' was unlawful Nam

neighbor! for him to have his brother's Street-,

i wife. lIe did not mince matters even .State
City
O with a king. This so enraged the Fill in completoly,print name and addreu. ,
e licentious Ilcrodiaa that she caused If you live in Canada, address: General Foods,Ltd.,.
31, 1936.)
his death I Cobourg, Onto (Offer expires Dec.

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The Clewiston -News when Scouting will ,clear' the way Recreation Park- Caloosatia tehee I neer fraternity being organized here .
for better politics. When a few more '
abouts.
i The name is Kappa Alpha ,
Scouttrainedgenerations'are: turned (Continued from page .1)
I Coe, and what it' means is very, very-
out as citizens, the politicians will immediately upon 'its completion to -. ,
Published every'Friday In Clewiston be made to realize their civic respon- the recreation park. Cacographyty secret. The officers are, .President,

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, sibilities, and the young man of tomorrow Whether or not work will start. at H. O. Peters; Vice-president' Willard .

Inc. ; will be'acutely aware of his the same time on the Harlem school Marjorie B. ,Wallace( .' Simpson; Secretary, Pop' Futch. : ..
debt to his community." has not yet been determined. A site '
Their motto is in every :
--' "Every, day .
'
ambitious has been donated for the building '
"We have as 'a guide a very -
Thanks to Mr.. Hooverof the way I'm getting butter and butter,','_.:,
Editor and very chaJlenging'pro'gram which is to be a three-room rustic .
Keathley Bowden, .
Clewiston draughting room, I now and their theme' is "Cow come .
of growth-our Ten Year Program. type and will be almost entirely a song

"This program will assure a, citizenry labor project. Logs will be cut from know that my queer beastie'was. an you do me like you do, do, do." Really y
ocelot a member of the cat family .
a large proportion of whomare nearby woods and hauled here to common: that's. all I could find out about ,
In the southwest, but seldom
Entered second class mall mat- construct the building. The Harlem -
as motivated by principle and fortified '
? I seen .in Florida. So ,there 'was it, but I hear that nominations ..for "
1 1927 at the 'Post school is the school In :
ter February -by strength of character, and only negro '
Office In Clewiston, Florida, under able to see what their duty is becauseit the county and is meeting now in a I no scandal, after" all-the animals' Treasurer are in order. :,

the Act of March 3, 1897. basically Involves considerationfor building which is not even owned !usually do leave that, for""Ie"' human And 'have you noticed' that Spring ,:' :J -

the rights of others, and, basically by the county, with more than a hun- race.. ". is here?: Nothing. lovelier' this side:

involves co-operation in order that dred pupils housed in one room. In spite of, the rain, the work: of Heaven than, new green leaves....,.
Members of the Kiwanis Club in rock's along I made my longest visit shot through with .'the flame. fa ; .
Subscription rate, $2.00: per year. we may really and truly make the ; .
Advertising rates on'' application world a better place In 'which to I attendance at the 'meeting were:, A.I this ;week on the dredge NormanH. cardinal's wing. 't;: '*
,
Davis at OwanIta. 'Captain 'Bart- '
l1v.)" W. Lawrence, I. M. PaffordA. O. .

Ward, A. A. Munroe, B. E. ,Herring and lett the was cordiality'members itself, the as usual, .:..:..:-:-).:..:..:..:..:..:..:....-:..:..: :..:.. .:.. .;.. .;.;....;..
other of pleasant -
Devoted to the 'advancement and WORKED and A. W. Sias. The Kiwanis Club
welfare of Clewiston and "Hendry i took steps at their last meeting reception committee were Larry :
Hampton 'tbe"chief.. POLITICAL
Ditew
Knapp, ,
County. make a concerted: effort to have the '
Our grandparents' believed in playground finished. I engineer, Mr. Turner, and Mr. Paine, .' ,

bringing up children according to .the Mrs. F. L. Taylor acted as ,secretary -i our "let-George-do-it" friend. Had a

Valentine ''Day greetings! And remember old adage of "spare the rod and at the d meeting in the absence grand time-always .do. The DavisIs ANNOUNCEMENTSPaid

boys that this is Leap Year sp( |L;, the child." But according to of Mrs. H. L. Delaney confined to coming up now' long cross-co.un- ( ld Political Adv.)'

and cupid is likely wearing skirts.Don't tpday's branch"of biological science- her home by ll ness. try cut, about 1250 -feet of ,it, which .

children should wheedle'd! by'kind wou'ld'make a very convenient' time ': :..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..::.:..::.:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:.: :. "
i ness into drinking their mll.k. eating for you to run down to see her.. This
forget' fellows that tomor- School-
row is the last day you'll have to their spinach and obeying their Tractor time I was introduced, to th.e'oo. ; TO THE :VOTERS OF HENDRY
elders. A. case In point Is the one of there are two hutches of perfectly OUNTY' -
hunt this year. The game season .(Continued from page 1) ( .
took her little rabbits aft rab- /
a fond mother who peaceable 'perched -
closes Saturday and game can once low members. .'
boy into the toy section of a de- ? I bits big and little and middle sized, : LaBelle, Fla.
more come out of .hiding. A. O. Ward made a report on the I :
partment store. There a rocking- serenely eating ,arid! hopping about I announce my, candidacy? for the/
horse attracted the child ,and although Planning Board meeting at LaBelle! and wriggling, the absurd little nos office of Superintendent 'of Public
Fort Myers and Miami scrapping and the successful work in behalf of ' '
I Instruction. ;
:
it was .but a few minutes to es. They belong to the chief, and
'
over slot machine laws and :In the the community recreation park D. I. served the schools of '
this
community
closing time, he hopped, ,astride_ the since most of them were born on the
meantime the boys are "pulling the i G. Alston was extended the thanks I many years and will, 'if elected : ,
horse_ and started playing rodeo. dredge they are absolutely unaffected -
lever down, the wheels' go round and of ,the club for the gpod work he has do my best to keep the,.doors "ot, .
'Come: dear, get off the horse" the by the turmoil. On the derrick
'round-and nothing comes out '" done in securing projects for Clew-I the school houses. open? and*.raise. "the.: ;;,
here." ',' .. mother said 'sweetly, It's'time' to iston. barge there are two' lazy pigs in a standard of the schools. .

\, close;the :store.", The' _boy. -- .rocked", ,.' fur, Following the meeting the board I pen, also contented fattening for 'I promise ,a complete. separationof .
fously: "I d'wanna go!" '.he' barked. the_ commissary i_ department. Nice: the schodls, from'politics' and 'I '
Knox Borah and Landon seekingthe directors:; met to determine :
"I wanna play cowboy:" Covers, we ebeing" wheth-j useful pets they have on the Davis. will work for a tenure of teachers
Republican nomination. Anyway er, or not tickets could be, :
: based entirely u'poii their 'siccess' in
: the The about _
drawn over goods., The dredge has made a: mile -, ." ', .. '
their: grandchildren will derive some to'the -- the "Millionaires" dinner to be held, the school om. .< : .*
mother turned Impatient per month in ,the. nine or ten 'weeks
satisfaction from the fact that they soon in Hollywood. A plan was pro- Upon :this/platform: solicit. your.. ,:,
"You tell him won't
salesgirl. you, she has been digging; approximate! .
once tried to be President .of the posed whereby it :Is believed that the support". .' : .. ....)
she 'pleaded. The_ .,girl .patted. the, necessary ly 725,000 cubic yards, and that is .: .' D G. 'McCORMICK.-- .,, ,
number ,
United States. of tickets can be ,, :
boy's" head. "It's time. ,to go now," mighty good. steady work. All alongon ; .: '. '
sold.
she said. "Be a 'good boy and go a- this river work the main troubleis ,

The American- Legion has taken '.a long with inother." The' boy kicked not to dig, the dirt but to find. a '
DREDGE EXPERT VOTE'FOn ::
HERE
lead :In the promotion of safer highways out his feet. "I d'wanna go!" he' place- to put it. The spoil area problem 'lj< : I .

:In this vicinity. If every per- shrieked The mother'and the 'sales keeps them all worried most of El. "Buddy"BISHOP

son in Clewiston: will cooperate girl were looking helplessly at each William, Gerig, head engineer' in the time. I ;,"- :,
there should be few accidents, affecting the office of the Corps of Engineers
other when the, .floor manager approaqhjg'd' .No concrete pour yet at Ortona.
.
our own citizens.' I ( :: Upon: : learning: the ,reasonfor' .I.D' Washington 1 :, ated: as?:oneof Foundation piles, are still being driven ;
foremost:
the: dgingauthorities:; in
the: delay .in. closing! the ,department .- in the "lower gate excavation: =-I
visitor here'
the country was a"" for
Another new-home going up here the dapper' man volun: they 'put down 100 in one shift the
several days last week and Very
this week and rumors of more build- teered to use, his persuasive powersof :was other day, ''which. is pretty doggone

ing soon. Clewiston is not'enjoying a :psychology. 'Walking over to the interested In the dredging operationson good' driving, but I believe Latham
the Caloosahatchee River
"boom" in the acceptedsense; of the boy who\ was rocking and shouting, project.He still holds the record over at Okee-

word but something far better, a he whispered In his ear. Without a expressed himself 'as being very chobee. I'll check on that Sunday.
1 1ut
well pleased with the dredging
steady, substantial: growth.No word of protest, the boy slipped off set The Marion was. quiet, being overhauled -

the horse, hurried to his mother and ?. ,Mr. ,Gerig is the: .oldest:. civilian I while the jock engineer in the of '
one would ever suspect Herbert both were soon out of the store. The < Corps: Engineers? location 'is blasted. and shattered.

Hoover, and Al Smith of havinga salesgirl ;looked admiringly at the The lower approach ,channel. Is being -
LOCAL ,CAGERS LOSE TO
'
great deal; In common _but their floor' manager. '[;What in the world PUtfTA GORDA graded for rip, rap. The office ,

speeches attacking the New: Deal did you whisper in his ear?" she ask- : --, TEAMIn has a new clerk from Jacksonville,'!I 8'4 4 ,

sound like they were copied from ed. The floor manager: smiled. "I on- their 'first game of the Four- by name of Paul, E., Winsted.: All

the same text-book even if spokenIn ly said," he replied modestly, "get County League Clewiston High around the entire job they' have builta

somewhat different brogue. off that' horse, you little brat, or I'llknock School basketball team lost to Punta hard well-graded ramp ready for I

your damned block off."- Gorda, in a tie with Moore'' Havenfor the truck mixers, and I still main-I

Elbert Stewart back on the Job at Heavy Stuff. the League lead, in the Moore:., tain that the next column should II

the bank as .usual, "a living refutation Haven gymnasium Thursday night. have some news of the first pour. I I 2c

of the theory that bankers are Is The score was 39-11. .' The Dania's shaft was expected In I I
Bishop Candidate ForComm'r
soft. Maybe it's his experience asa Clewiston's light team was no I Fort Myers yesterday, and Captain I : )

legislator that made him tough match :for the Punta Gorda lads and Cameron hopes to celebrate Wash
of Agriculture FOR
enough to withstand, a load of buck ., while they played a good hard game ington's birthday' by ,starting operations :- "

shot that would have killed an ordinary ) were not able to keep the West Coast again. He is taking ,advantage I j CommissionerOF

man and be back at work as Tarpons from taking the lead and of this enforced lay-off to overhaul ,

''f nothing had happened in ten days. W. B. (Buddy) Bishop, Jefferson holding It throughout almost th'e' entire the entire dredge, and her Innardsare i I AgricultureSubject

county farmer, legislator from his game. spread all over the. place In what ,

We would like to shout a lusty county for six terms and speaker of The line-ups were as follows: looks like complete confusion to my Jl I Florida's (Democratic to Primary! ) _
the 1935 House of Representatives, Clewiston.-Ed Clark and Leroy inexperienced eye, but which I haveno '
hurray for the new recreation park
i "I believe the Dept. of Agriculture'
announced this week as a candidatefor Hare doubt is beautiful order to the ,
forwards with Owen
but after deal Billy ,
a great of experiencewith belongs to' the people of Florida ;
the office of commissioner of substitute forward ,Jack Moorman\ chief. Mrs. Cameron hopes to finda
WPA projects and their habitof ; ,
and should not be prostituted to
jumping out of the bag after they agriculture, the position now held center; Carlisle Redish and Bobby place to live in LaBelle. selfish :interests.-W. B. Bishop.,
by Nathan Mayo. Patterson, guards with James Winn Out at Citrus Center, they are ex-
are in and the bag tied, well haveto (Paid Political Adv.) '
content ,ourselves with congra-. One of the principal planks in Mr. substituting. pecting, the .new shaft for the Moni-

tulating these public-spirited men : Bishop's platform, is the reorganization Punta Gorda-Fugate and Kuhl, ghan to ,be shipped about the middleof

who have once more cornered the of the Raiford prison farm. He I forwards, Holland, center and' Park this month. 101 is working; and

two projects for Clewiston.. proposes making it Into a breeding : ton Thornton and Barnes,. guards the plants at Moore Haven are busy ...A .'................................................_...................'............. I
place for high grade. stock to be dis- -102 will be across the highway I

BOY SCOUT MOVEMENTHAS tributed to Florida farmers at cost. DREDGE AVELATKA OX very soon, and is one of the' sightsof

A, CIVIC GOAL He also proposes using the state ad- DRY-DOCK IN; .TAX the town, judging by the number:

vertising fund collected in agricul- of natives who watch her progressby Good FarmLand

During the past twenty-six years, tural sections to advertise in local Bids were opened this week and the hour. Called on Mrs. Flanders -

approximately 7,000,000 boys and newspapers to Increase sale of mark- contract awarded to the Elliot. Com- in the lock bungalow, and I

men have been connected with Scout- etable farm products and the por- pany for the installation of new mean it is sure attractive. Fern can

Ing. Of those 1,300,000 are now ac tion of the fund collected in ,tourist deep-water ladder for the U. .*s. make any old place look like home,

tive. The graduates,. veterans' are centers 'to advertise the states ad- dredge "Welatka" which will be put and given: a lovely home to start
'
thus becoming an vantages to the tourist. on before the dredge is sent to the with, she has made one of the
large
increasingly pret-I' for Rent
i He Savannah Division. Approximately tiest and most comfortable
1'uup-Lnere. are almost six million states that in the Position hp .
of them. Within the past year var-I I would cooperate fully with the National three months will be required for I be found anywhere. Fred loaned me

ious programs have been devised to administration In an effortto the work and effective' tomorrowthe some books on geology of Florida I

reestablish or further their contacts restore farm buying power and to entire crew which left Clewiston L and' I am having a grand time pokIng -

with Scouting and its ideals. Older work in close harmony with county aboard the dredge will be laid off about in the various excavations

boys and young men have been sum- agents in the control of plant and with the exception' of Captain 'F. D. and getting acquainted with Caloosa-

moned to special camps and talks, stock diseases. As a member of the King, the chief engineer and the hatchee marl and Miami oolite and I

sea units have been planned for state pardon board he proposes to chief electrician. what have you.

them, and from England has come show reasonable leniency to youthful Uncle Joe Spadaro launched' the Trespassers .
Hover Scouting. The latest progressIn first offenders but would oppose PAY-DAY SATURDAY AIDS dredge hull at Moore Haven, and I ;

this effort has been noted by Dr. the pardoning of hardened criminals LOCAL BUSINESS HOUSES understand that It was quite a gala Will Be ;

James E. West, recently honored on : He, also favors a rigid Inspec- -- occasion. Now this is all hearsay,

_, his Twenty-Fifth Anniversary as tion of prison camps and state In- Cane cutters and other workersfor and I refuse to stand responsiblefor Prosecuted"r

Chief Executive.In stitutions. the United States Sugar Com- it, because I wasn't there, but .

the plans now being pushed for Mr. Bishop was born In Jefferson pany enjoyed their ..second paydayof they do tell that Mr. Broadfoot was ;'

an alumni group, the goal, according county, was educated In Florida the current season;, ,last Saturdayand asked to christen the dredge and

to Dr, West, Is civic betterment. If public schools and attended the the, ring o.f' cash registers in was given the traditional bottle and ..... "

the ,Scouting Program can continueits Florida: Normal Institute, now the practically every' business house in ; took his stand at the bow. Well, it

influence on young men betweenthe University of Florida. He' :is mar- the lake region was evidence that seems that there was, as frequently -
of 15 ried their earnings for the month were happens at launchings, some lit-
ages and 25, if on the simple and has one son. He taught in
basis of the Scout Oath and Law the state public schools for eight unusually large. Many of the work- tle delay, and it is alleged' that when The
-' ers participated In the bo- the dredge finally started Mr. Broad-
and sturdy leadership it can build up years before being elected to serve company
character, create a higher civic sense his county as representative. nus payment which Is given, not on foot: smashed an empty bottle on her
::-: and help youth find its vocational the amount of work' done so much imbers. That's one tale-the otherIs ClewjstonCotnpany

t,' place, will not a more solid foundation I as attendance and punctuality.Up that he managed to-reach her witha
' 'for future citizenship be laid? Biddy in Brainstorm to the present time more than full bottle, all right, but just broke

"When I look back A hen that mistakes a mall plane 3,200 visitors have been shown off the neck. I dunno. It's quite a ,
now after
r.. twenty-five for chicken' hawk should be examined through the sugar house here representing mystery.And I
years, answers Dr
"West "I -' by an alienist IndianRpoHi every state in the union and speaking of mysteries, I understand ..

believe I can see the daR y< news :... many foreign countries, that there is a new engi- ...H.......... .........................-.........................-...-.'..........'r WT '
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY' 14, 10SG ttm CLEWISTON NEWS ..;f.PAGE FlVtt
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.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,..) Kenneth Williams, of Fort Myers,, informal, tea for Mrs.\ Emma PhIr rand CANVASSERS GO OVER TOP Belle. Thpy left' Monday to go to
9 was a visitor here Monday. Mrs. Mildred Byers, of Montreal, WITH CHURCH BUDGET Tampa where they will stay a week ".

i Personal Mention =:: -. -, N. Carolina, who were ,the ,guests, of before returning' to Charleston.Mr. .
:: '
f '. Mr. and Mrs. E. L.. Stewart have Mrs. G, B. Thomas. 'Dr. D. Jenkins Williams announced and Mrs. F. W. Walker are ;:

1,; '.JO......._;I.i...................................... ..'..............................................:. as their guests this week'Mr. Stewart's Open sandwiches, cakes and coffee the results of the community- visiting friends in Lakeland for a'-:: :-
were served to Mrs. G. B. Thomas, wide canvass' for subscriptions to balance few days. T
. mother sister and nephew, :.. .
/ for
left Thursday
Mrs. D. E. Jones the of the
. Mrs Ella Stewart, Mrs. Frank H. Mrs. Joe Zanone, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, budget Community Rev, E. O.:.Kerce, former pastor, of > ,',
i a visit in Miami. Kolstad : Mrs. .C.: E. Nall church at the regular services last '.,
Stewart and Hugh Stewart, of Macon : Mrs. H. C. the Church of God here, visited with: \ :
. Ga. Mrs. Phifer and Mrs Byers. Sunday evening and the congrega- friends. in LaBelle this week. He is .:.
:4 Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg tion was gratified to learn that the now located in Manatee. ". .

spent Saturday in Fort Myers. -- ENTERTAINS canvassers had done,their work well :. Ii
Mrs. J. Castonguey: and daughter MRS. SHELLEY and had met with success beyond i Mrs. Carl Mygrant of Tampa has ; .

Harry Turner was a business visitor .- Miss Betty, left Monday: for Mi- ,BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. : expectation.' The total amount of I been visiting her parents, Mr. and ''J: "'

Cuba after spending several Mis. J. B. Atkins. .
in Immokalee Monday. ami and ;.
o4 T. B. Shelley entertained her pledges has not been learned but the
fit... days here as the guests of Mr' Mrs. W C. Evans and Mrs. Paul
-
.. bridge club Wednesday afternoon at budget was set at $1,700 and am-
and Mrs. H, J. Scharnberg. Their Beard made 'a trip to Fort '
Roscoe Henderson visited in her home. Rooms were tastefully ounts were pledged far exceedingthis Myers .
home is In Oak Park, Ill. Wednesday afternoon. /
.. = Frostproof Sunday. decorated. with garden _flowers. figure. '
: Mrs.: Daisy Clark is
:.' High score prize ,, a'Valentine box ,The church, at the same service leaving 'next '
., G. E. Etherton was a business.,s-. I Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford -an of candy: went to Mrs. C. E. Nail. used for the first time fifty new songbooks week to spend a :month in Alva'with
', : birth of daughter in her daughter Mrs. Parkinson
the a Harvey
: ? itor in Fort Myers Monday. nounce Second high prize, a'silver ship on which had been donated by -
. '' Good Samaritan Hospital at West after which she will go to Chi
: ;, a blue mirror, was won by Mrs. F. Deane Duff.LaBELLE. '
' Palm P/ach February 10. cago where' she will visit during the '.
' hirs..i Richardson Selee was a business I Monday D. G. Alston and the cut prize went I ,

'. visitor in Fort Myers Monday.J The young lady has been named to Mrs., Leslie Miller, 'a pair of pla- summer. '. '

Mary Kay NEWS 1
,
1' ques. .
: '
J. F. Curry and Capt. Richardson I .
dessert wafers and coffee I
Fruit "
"
.
: I NORGE REFRIGERATORS
business visitors in Jacksonville Mrs. H. E. Reichard left Saturdayfor ,
"
Selee were "
were, served to Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. '. :
after PHILCO R4DI'oS ;
this week her home in Jacksonville Miss Barbara Hedges was theweekend ? .
j two: weeks visit with her daughter,. D, G. Alston, Mrs..J. W. Ezelle.Mrs. guest of her sister, Mrs.E. Furniture and Home Furnishings ; .
,I.. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs Leslie l '
Mrs. Sam' Houser ,visited friend;J Mrs. G.. S. Mobley and Mr. Mobley.: j Miller P. Booth and Mr. Booth 'at their .
,_ : Mrs. B...J. Schroeder and Mrs. ill E. I' Household Furnishings
accompaniedher
in West Palm Beach for several day Mr. and Mrs. Mobley home in Fort Myers.
Nail. .
J Palm Beach where they '
this week. '. to West Miss Josephine. Roberts and Miss Inc. .:
1 J j I I spent the week-end: with friends.. CHURCHD. Ina Mae Butler of Immokalee, were .
I THE COMMUNITY BELLE FLORIPA. .
Carl Johnson and A. P. Beery we i Jenkins Williams, Minister. visitors, in aLBelle Monday night. GLADE, ., : ....
composed of Leslie : I
business visitors .in West Palm Beach A hunting party I'
"
Mr. and Mrs.. Pat Murphy and "
: '
Miller, ,Hoomes, <<; Rich .Vincent. .' i
Thursday afternoon : Sunday, February 16, 1936 children, Jaunita and Howard, ,of Ft.: .;.
Allen and Drew Hampton of LaBelle 9t45: A., M.. Sunday School. Mjers, were visitors here Sunday. REPRESENTATIVE WANTED: >To"""

< B. F. Brown_ left :Tuesday to spend spent the week-end in the Big Cypress 10:45 A. M, Junior Church.: secure .copyrighted contracts, Individual : .
Johh Richard of 'Charleston S. C., "
,
everal days in Jacksonville on business. on a hunting ,trip. They report, 7:45 P. M., Evening Worship. "Good or Family Groups 1 to 80. Ev.. .
fair /feuccess came Saturday to join his wife who .
.. : a:. very wet trip and Securities." ery claim paid. Address Suite 325

hunting, bagging two turkeys while The public is cordially invited.. has been visiting' relatives in, La Comeau Building, West palm'Beach.. :;
Capt.: and Mrs Richardson 'Selee away. .
Florida. F. 14-21-28-3t
and children visited in 'West. ,Palm ; ', :'.:'
LADIES AID APPRECIATES
'
.
Beach Saturday.: MRS. DUFF ENTERTAINS : B. 'F. Paty '
.. COOPERATION ON DINNER ,,'-',
INFORMAL TEA
WITH ,
.' Mrs. W. J.: Kinnett, of:'Atlanta, rA ;

:,:. :1' 'Ga., is "visiting' her" nephew, C.: L. 'Mrs. :F.. Deane-DUff', entertainedlast The annual oyster supper given: L. 6.Mershon

I::, :Downs :and! Mrs., Downs: ,: v : Thursday afternoon with an informal by the' Ladles Aid of 'the Community AGENT' .,

( O _._' tea honoring Mrs. ,J. W. Cas- Church at the Inn last Saturday .

F.:o:"" Miss Dell -O'Connell returned Mon- tonguey and daughter;, ',Miss Betty, evening fro. 530'; until 8:00 was New York Life

day from a three weeks visit: in last a: tremendous success and it was ;estimated -
,of Oak Park, Ill, ,who spent '
?F.I._ Sioux City, 'Iowa.'. week with friends here. that 'more than three hun ; ; j Insurance Company t.

.'::3"', -. Sandwiches and tea were servedto dred people'enjoyed the delicious ; : rav -j

;;" Miss :Evelyn Hare. :Miss Roberta Mrs. ,H. J. B.. Scharpberg' : ,Mrs. F.: meal which had been' prepared.: Nearly ARCADIA, FLORIDA /1

::'. ', George, and ,Virgil Hastings motored I. ,,Hill Mrs. 'V'11., Redelshelmer, all food was. donated and' the' ladies ) ..

:.. to West Palm Beach: Tuesday. Mrs. W. C. Owen, 'Mrs. F. M._Wright: expect to clear close to $140 I 1

Ii-'f.. :;' ,. .. .' : Mrs. G. 'E.:: Smith, Mrs.' Castonguey, :.which will go into the society's, J. M. COUSE, ;';, .' N

Ati Mrs. A.: 'W." Lawrence visited Mrs. and Miss Castonguey. treasury for carrying on their ; H1f ;2. .:. .
over the I church work.Entertainment. I '
A. W. Sias in Pahokee
Counselor and Attorney at Law ,
I was furnished by a v
week-end. FORT MYERS FAIR : .
BEGINS TUESDAYThe : male trio composed of J. E. Beards-, I Hopkins Building '

:' Mr. and.. Mrs. Ro Dead':1ller.: ,. --.' I I ley, F. M. Wright and R. N. Smith Wednesdays and Saturdays .
;
-
$ r,' of West Palm ,Beach visited 'friends Southwest Florida Fair, will and by the cowboy'songs rendered'by 0:30 to 4:00 '" ,
here Sunday Carlton Prevatt accompanied by two : 5
open next Tuesday,' February 18, in 1 ;
other boys on guitars, George Smith
will :
Terry Park in Fort Myers and
,l Mr. and Mrs. 'F. A. Ray and son, continue through 'Saturday, the and James Lolley. The musical numbers >:..:.;:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:.. .:...:..:..:.. >>:..:...:.. ', '

Frank, spent the. week-end' in West 22nd. This is the eighteenth- con-I were greatly enjoyed by' every f". :

Palm Beach. secutive annual fair to be held in I one.The I: New and Used $
Ladies Aid is deeply appreciative ,
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:Miss Anna Barber ,of :West 'Palm Fort Myersand which Is supportedby of the donations' which made : t y a C ,3 I: FURNITURE- | -
I Lee, Hendry, Glades: and other ,: ; ; j; {:
Beach, was, a business visitor in counties in' the. -southwestern. part,, of their: supper such a success and take .
Clewistori Thursday afternoon.Mr. tie state.' this means of thanking each 'and every I ?

-: one who made a donation no Candidate for the Democratic' Nomination '
> The opening day has been designated : :
',: and Mrs. W. F. Simpson and as School Day and all school matter how small or how large. for Governor will speak in |:!: BELLE GLADE | .

'.'.. .'rfrS' Olin Carleton were the guests
children will be admitted free on '
; : of :Mr. and Mrs., Fred A. Flanders that day. The exhibits, and enter- NEW SEWER PROJECT Clewiston, Feb. 17, :I!: FURNITURE COMPANY i.,

''' in :Moore Haven Thursday evening. tainments, are scheduled to be the 10:00 A. M. :i: ':% "'

;t.;. .A. crew of workmen ,under the direction ..: '
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greatest in the' history "of the Fair -- ; ; Belle Glade Florida :
; : I. M.: Pafford and daughter, Anne, with the most colorful and.exciting of O. H. Roberts of the : U. "Let Us Restore .Tho Administrationof 'j. .j.

: visited Mrs. Pafford and ,baby daughter Midway ever known in this sectionof S. Engineer sub-office ,began ,work Our State Government to a Basisof S::: Next Door To Theatre ?' '
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:,... at Good'Samaritan Hospital the' state. his: week on a new sewerage systemIn Fundamental Integrity." t i YJ

West Palm Beach Thursday night. the government, reservat Qn. f (Paid Politicial Adv.) <*.HMX.*X..X*.X.*X*.X*.X.'X*.X*.I..X..I*.>

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:Mr. and Mrs. J. A. :McGehee andJ MRS: J. L. CRABlB TUESDAY i I'

'Rhunelle visited Mr. McGehee's' 'sister .

r; Mrs. N. J. Jackson in Fort My- Mrs. Richardson Selee and Mrs.F. .

,ers Sunday. with. Deane an informal Duff entertained tea at 'Mrs. jointly Duff's i I FOR, SALE in J

v Mr. and :Mrs. I.M.. : Pafford, Mrs. home Tuesday afternoon honoring y fh

4.7 'R. V. Allison and :Miss Anne Pat'r Attractive Clewiston Home. Small Cash i ..
her
ford visited In West Palm Beach Mrs. J. L. Crabb, who is visiting :;: Payment :;: X: )

daughter, Mrs. M. R. Lawler.; .;. .'. .
:Saturday .'i.. ..
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,'. rooms were .1 'l' ... ;
decorated in roses and .s' 1 .s' ..

'iti :Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and / baby snap-dragons.tastefully Sandwiches, cake and '_' :s s: .... .. ,f .'. .... ".' ,. .- ...,', ...'.': ."' 's't.:t: ; >' I"

.. :t': :. daughter, Betty, returned home coffee were served with Mrs. D. J. :: ... : ; .:h'r:: : ; \ +; X: :!: ,.
-'>'' ,_Tuesday from Good Samaritan Hospital -
Williams presiding,, at the tea table. X XX
in West, 'Palm Beach. Those who enjoyed the delightful .;. f

', -- Mesdames J. L. Crabb. y .. .yh.s. .
affair were .. : .!.
';,:6; R. Y. Patterson, H. A. Bestor and M.. R. Lawler, J. E.: Benson., Floyd ; .s. : i .. ..
> J. E. Beardsley attended the funeral fAY
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SathreV Martha Ludekens, G. B. yf
services of J. B. Jeffries in Miami : ?
'; Rackstraw, L. H, Robbins, J. E. :::. .:,.' .., : : :::

:j Monday. I Beardsley, Olin Carleton, W. F. .t' 2 w; v .t.. ..;..

Simpson, John W. Smith, D. J. Wil- .t. '
}..K L. C. Rosenberg, Bill :Myers, Junior ty .yf,.
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V1' liams and D. C. Brindson: 'iI' '
:..'.., Thomas, Virgil Lawrence and ? yf
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."::.(; .Paul Hendry enjoyed a fishing trip MRS. SMITH GIVES_ BRIDGE ': : yy: 's.y

't;_;J" i ;to Fort :Myers Sunday. I I' AND MONOPOLY PARTY y.t

;W-! : 1J..: .. .t.Y'',(

Xi'. Mrs. M. L. Lawler, Mrs. J. L. I' entertained witha .. J. .t' 'i.yA .
t Mrs. G. E. Smith
Crabb, Mrs. V. A. Allen and Mrs. H. YV
bridge and monopoly party at her yy
: O. Peters spent Monday in Fort My- t \ y.
home Wednesday afternoon honor-. .' '.' 's '. ,
A ". ers. :
ing Mrs. J. L. Ciabb. .-. y.-. ...
The bridge players were Mrs. M. .;., 'i. .;. .;.
t i Mrs. Keathley Bowden:Mrs. W. F. .. .s. .. ..
': : R. Lawler, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Mrs. .. 't. .;. .;.
Simpson and'Mrs. Olin Carleton : ..
were Max Meluh and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- .. ..t. .. ..
:: -J., :' Fort Myers visitors Monday after- .t. t .;, .;c.
1''. ', berg with Mrs. Vaughn receivingthe .:. .. .. ..

;:. .:..-.. noon. high score prize, a pair of' silk .fy. f ._'
-- hose. .s. } .t' :
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i Mrs. Emma Phifer and Mrs. Mild- Those playing monopoly were Mrs.J. ty YYY

:,. 'red Byers left Wednesday: for their L. Crabb, Mrs. Martha Ludekens, YYY
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; home in Montreat, N.. Carolina, after Mrs M. J., Hirsch, Mrs. Olin Carle- .(. '. '' ..t.ty .

u a visit of several days with Mr. and ton, Mrs. Wj. F. Simpson Mrs. J. .. .' 's.

J _' .::, Mrs. G. B. Thomas. W. Smith and Mrs. Fred Henricksen. .!. .t't. .I'' ...l.

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:. 0;. ':: mill, left this week for his homein Crabb was presented'with a Valen- t .t. The Balance I Like Rent .t..t.
:;= Pay
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r. recent Illness. He hopes to return chief as guest prizes. '
; a
'. :- Congealed salad, sandwiches, :: :t: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES : :
'J ,next season.: +
.: cakes coffee and tea were served as :;: :'i._: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOMEY X..t'I:.t ,

refreshments. .!. ':. '' .s. '!
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Forman, of f ;

'" = Jacksonville visited in Clewiston MRS. EZELLE ENTERTAINS Clewiston Home Building Association
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Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Forman WITH INFORMAL TEAs In ]

":Is administrative assistant in the ,

.. '1' district office of U. 'S. Engineer Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle entertained at +_ PHONE 102 f Jyy

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Difficulties Inject Spirit :
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I ; : 8TORlU UI.J8It, = :H': enjoys with to:find aim'doing.something and Then purpose.one,one wants, When can to work one do( ''


likes his work he can work against
Ij I difficulties.For .
j IfriI Yates
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SYNOPSISJohn have left for Salzburg. And aftera then, "But !what astonishing foresight don't ride before thet if yon please,

week or two there, young Florin's jour father had." either In this direction or anywhereelse. It1W'ORKED ;.:;;

Spencer and his cousin, Geoffrey face would have faded and jou'd have "He was wise-In theory. But how I ."

Bohun, ,aro vacationing: In Austria.. come home. Very dishonest, of course. would you like' to have charge of two I "I'm going to ask you to do a dIf-
Geoffrey la a gifted portrait painter' While but But put yourself in my place, and you million pounds In 'gtfld?' The only peon : ficult thing., It concerns old Florin.! : '

strolling prefers ,In to"the paint forest landscapes, John hears Eng- 'would ha\e done the same." pIe who know are old 'Florin and I. You :see, It's so awful for him. He Ion ME

lish voices and decides to Investigate. "I don't think I should," I said, frown I said It was In the cellars, but' it's : ''knows 'can take no action, and what
From safe co'ver'he finds four men Ing. not as easy as that It's In a private; 'can he do? He's got to sit down helpless
burying a man In' green livery who,, '' under'this
evidently, had been murdered. Pharaoh "Yes, you would," said Geoffrey."I'm cellar, 'the way to, which nobody shattering bt.ow, while r
la the leader of the gang; the othersare ,your keeper, you know: and when knows. Once a month'I take whatI the men that dealt It go free. And so

Dewdrop, Rush and Bugle. Unfortunately people like Pharaoh get going, ordinary need "to Salzburg: there's an old I want. you to see him and tell him
,,John makes himself known to : firm of lawyers there that sees me'' what ).ou'told, me-that you are out
with people like,'us must pass)by .on Women should '
the assassins letter
by dropping a .
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to them and ,
I get to see that JusticeIs
his name and address on it. He tells the' other side. The moment Barley through. I'* take 4"
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Geoffrey and his chauffeur, Barley, of ,comes back, we've got to locate these "But of course It was botjAd to.come done. : only
his adventure. Geoffrey, realizing thatJohn's blackguards. First come, first served, out., I've done -my veti' best, but "With all my heart," said I.. "Let liquidlaxatives
life is in danger, declares he me see him at ,once."
there's been somewhere and '
must vanish. Spencer discovers that you know. He drew in his breath. a leakage '
Without a word she led
the livery of the murdered man corresponds "We simply' must find them. John, Pharaoh knows. me across
to the lively of the servants of before they find us." "Well, there you are He. obviously ,the terrace and into a_ library. 'Then"This \
Yorick, castle, and tells C untess'Hel -
With that he insisted that we can't get away with a million pounds.He ---
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ena, mistress of the '''castle, what he rMORE
had seen.. With Geoffrey''' and Barley, should retire for the night. could. never transport'' it, for one people could feel fine, be ,
John starts for Annabel, a nearby vil thing. Very well, what's his object?, if
And that was the end of that astonishing and regular, they would
lage. They encounter Pharaoh. In mak- '' Imagine,to levy blackmail. Of courseI follow the rule of doctors and
ing their getaway' they exchange shots day, upon which by the mer- only
sha'n't submit but I can't afford to
with the gang, without serious: result.. est chance my fortune was Joined with hospitals in relieving constipation.
They arrive at Plumage farm, on the those of the finest lady, that ever.I saw let the position be ,known., That's whyI Never take any laxative that is
YorIck estate, where lady Helena had .r can't go to the police." She struck harsh in action. Or one the dose ol
and one of the deadliest mans that
requested' John-and his'cousin to meet the turf with her palm: "You know which can't be exactly measured.
her. e\'er'drew'' arms. The one sought to what gold means today. Its Doctors know the danger if this rule
the other to take life: posses- ,
preserve my is violated. They use liquid laxatives
sion was always dangerous. Men burned
and I was of consequence to neither. and keep reducing,the dose until the
CHAPTER" II-Continued S it in the ground and misers''count bowels need no help at all.ReducecF .
.-4- ed it over at dead of night. But to- dosage is the secret of
"I don't quite, know," I, answered. Sharply at eleven next,morning Lady day they wouldn't dare count It. I'd aiding Nature in restoring regularity.You .

"We haten't found a place, yet." Helena Yorick rode up to the farm. be an outlaw tomorrow if people knew:' s must use 'a little less laxative

The girl gazed into, the ,distance."I :' Her groom led two' spare horses, for Everyone's hand would be against 'me each time, and that's why it shouldbe

hope' you'll stay here." after we had consulted, Geoffrey andI and half the thieves In Europe wouldbe a liquid like Syrup Pepsin.

I could hardly believe my ears. were to ride to Yorick for lunch. camping outside my gates." f Ask your druggist for a bottle

"Here? At Plumage I ,cried.i As' I stepped to her side- "The remedy's too obvious," said Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. and if
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"I 'sd.I can' 'f "Nothing new?" says she. doesn't give you absolute relief if
hope answer rth Geoffrey. "Why don't you get rid of I :it isn't a']joy and comfort in the way
man and his wife : and you'll have a "Nothing," said I. "And you? the stuff?" it overcomes biliousness due to 'con*

privacy hereJJia: you wouldn't get at She shook her head. "Because ,I have passed my word. stipation. your money back.

an Inn." "Except that my' brother's returning.I My father made me swear that until

-"It's .Ideal,"'" I heard myself saying wish he wasn't Just now, but It' can't the world was settled I'd keep our for

"Simply ideal. We'll be on the spot, be helped. At least he's coming.alone. tune in, gold." -

yet in hiding. But why-I don't un He's very young, you know: and peo- "And you've no idea," said I, "how
derstand." ple spoil him, and-and sometimes he *
Pharaoh will go to work? )

"If you insist on fighting my battle makes'' the wrong friends. He broughttwo "I wish I had," said the, girl. "Togive My Ideal Remedy forPAIN XNtt#k f.'f; i

the least. I can do is to billet[}) you. I, 'back last time. One was me away would be futile I 'mean. A '

DQn't you agree?" French: He took to me at once. I It would kill the'goose." \"::> ,; .,,>'

I turned and looked at her, but :think he'd have1 gone very well In some' Lady Helena laced her fingers about, -- "Though I have tried all good ,::f < :

though I think she knew It, she did not servants' halls." She laughed at the a delicate knee. remedies Capudine suits me
best. It 1* quick and gentle." :.
turn.. look In. my eyes and swung ,herself off Quickest because it is '
"Well, now you know why Pharaohthe Is the Gentleman of WhomI liquid- -
her' bay. "Worries of a chatelaine," its Ingredients are already dig'i;-
"You're I said
very generous, : "
t Great is here. He may prove:hardto Spoke. solved For headache, neural. .
Her eyes ,left mine-to ,light ,on the she added. "If only I'd been the boy, deal with, but I'm in no personal tie, or muscle aches.BlackDraught's. ;:; 'r

driving mirror,' all splintered and and my brother the girl Where's .'danger-I think that's, clear." she summoned a 'servant and bade

starred. -- Mr., Bohun?" This was too much. him ask the warden to come to her' t>

After a long look they returned to "Map-reading," said I. "His man, "Clear! I' cried. "I don't think It's there..

with our big baggage, will get'to VII- clear at all. .I think you're: In very Two minutes later- a man ';f some

me."Was that?" she said, nodding, "a inch i tonight. He's got to be met, of great danger, by day and night. The sixty summers was ushered Into the

present from Annabel course.' What Geoffrey Is ,trying to dos man Is ruthless you know It." room. ReputationThe

"Yes." to work out how we can fetch him "I entirely 'agree' ," said Geoffrey. Helena spoke in German. confidence people have in

-4 "And you were driving?" without fetching Pharaoh, too. That "A v'" I'll tell you another thing.! ., In "John, this is 'my warden. Florin, :?lack-Dr lught, built.,up-from satis-
"I show at Annabel's eaten into his this' Is the gentleman of whom Ispoke. ,
nas. view of what jou've' told us this morn factory use so many years<< is shown

"Tell me exactly what happened" brain." Ing, I think' It was no mere, chance ." I in its being handed'on from one gen;.

When, I had told thestory: she drewa '"I wish It would eat' Into'yours.. that sent John down to that dell," The warden bowed to me, and I eration. to another. It must be good

deep breath.:' Rush mayn't be there next time,' to Jog C 1, e e .., '. went forward'dlrecUy and, took his! I f to have such a strong'following. I II

"If you'd knocked on that door.( ,.. ? .", his superior's arm." __ hand."I I "We have used Black-Draught for twenty
She shivered. "May I look at that Here Geoffrey walked out of the Yorick was like no'ca'stIe that I 'can't bring back, your son, Florin, years: ," writes Mr. Fred Richardson, of
Hartshorne, OUa., mother has used
have' seen, for though It was moated, "Jly it
letter of yours? ,house #nd gave' her good day. Its but one day I'll show you his grave for fifty years. It is the best medicine I
the not under walls
moat no'the
I put it into her hand. "And now tell me this," said he. was' It's a pretty place, far better than any know anything about. I take it {or sour
pile seemed to rise from an island stomach and constipation when I feet
or
"
She examined the'envelope carefully "Had 'young Florin keys upon him? \vhlch"Nature' churchyard, fit for a king.: But before sluggish and bad. Black-Draught is spleni"
had brought from ,a distance ,
,trhen- "No," said the,, girl. "While he's I take.you there, I've some work to did to regulate the bowels, cleansing them
"Have. yon looked Inside," she said. within the castle, the night-watchman and set in a fold of the' hills. do. I'm going to..find the 'fellows that of waste matter, ridding them of constipa
We crossed the moat by a draw-' tion. I expect to use it twenty-five years
"since you got it back?" ,carries keys : but before he goes ,out, took his life. And they're going to pay more if 'I live and it gives satisfaction atft
that could longer be moved
I raised*nny eyebrows.. he leaves his keys with his mate." bridge no '' for it, Florin. I'll never rest tillthey're ]] has,always given."

"As a matter of ,fact I, haven't I "Well, you beat them there," said and a, gravel road brought us up to taken; alive'or dead."
the castle"gateway, whichm st have
never gave it a thought"She Geoffrey. "Young Florin was killed
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pushed aside the torn edges and for the keys which he, hadn't, got.. been 'twenty feet high. This was now FALLING HAIR
shut 'by vast curtains of silver-gray-
flrew out the shoemaker's bill "I think said the
you're wrong"
girl. ,
The note ,and to my surprise, my lady rode Sugar Product of. India DANDRUFF-BALD SPOTS?
on Its back
was printed "To enter ;Yorick won't help them. I'm ,
,straight between them, her horse's.head :
and easy to read. the person that matters. They've got for Thousands of Years Save your hair:
and shoulders .parting them as
to bring me to my knees." Sugar cane appears to have originated by regular use of
Dear Mr. Spencer, she went. We, followed her under an x Glover's Mange
in India ''where it has been cul-
The gentlemen In looked at her hard ,
green had done Geoffrey very archway and into a small courtyard.In Medicine followed "
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something which he'must have known Then- tivated f thousands of years. When o
: I should not like. That is why 'he was the hall my lady left us, to go Alexander's soldiers Invaded that count bya sham ;;
Helena versus Pharaoh and poowithGIover'sMedicated
i" being buried. Verbum sap. "Lady and change, and, when we had washed of the wonders that they reported -
try one
Yours very truly ... .. ... ;. others. You know I can't help feeling Soap.
r our hands, a servant led us to the ter- back home was the existenceof Rids you of Dan.
that you ought to go to the police. '
!L We read the words together, her race where a table was laid. a kind of, honey that did not come dniff.stopsExcessivtFalling;
My lady pulled off her gloves."Let's Hair; com
\ face two inches from mine.. Then walk In the meadows," she The view from here was astounding, from bees. But, as too often happened bats Baldness.' I

we turned and looked at each ,other. for we looked clean over the forest, among the ancient Greeks, they
said, "and I'll tell you' one or two
\ But I had no thought for the note. which seemed, spread out like a fan, merely marveled that such,a, substance At all

'..: Her hair had stung my temples, and facts.In silence, we left the apron and on to the foothills and mountains could exist. It never occurred tn'them JmggIJIJ. .
I could only wonder whether she knew 'which stood in their ancient order, the to 'try to transplant the cane Into the
took to the fields. .
,r how terribly attractive she was. I nearest some seven miles off. Mediterranean, countries says a writer
father said
"My she "had, vision..
) "I wonder If I'm a hoodoo, and'J An Austrian lady Joined us, a Madame In the Chicago Tribune.
He' knew the great war was coming
bring bad luck,", she breathed. after Olave, who plainly lived at the From 'India the cultivation of cune
and he saw' that the war the
I 1'- "That's rot. ," I said thickly. world Itself ,would fall upon evil times. castle for Lady Helena's sake. But spread to Persia. The' Romans duringthe

t. She ,did not seem to hear me- but Mother had a Very great fortune, and though In this way convention 'was later days of the empire imported

I;' ,- ,pat very still for a long moment. And father was rich, and his one idea was doubtless observed, as I have shown, small]] amounts of crude sugar In the ; thtejiqQ'1lli..P

1'-, then she was up and was, pushing her so to invest this money that, while my lady went unattended wherevershe form of dark, sticky lumps. It cost

I''.., : hair from her temples as though to be it wouldbe chose. / far too much to be used for food 'andso
.. the lean years were passing, 11 11Sli 'to
rid of, her thoughts. perfectly safe. I think he really When luncheon was done, my cousin was prescribed as a medicine for'

t "Come. Let's talk to your cousin wanted It for Yorlck. Our motto Is 'went off with Madame Olave to seethe the ills of the ''very rich.

and then we can look at your rooms." All things pass, but Yorick endures. gallery of pictures; but ,Lady He- The Mohammedan conquests carrlet y its

Over her shoulder she threw me a And he wanted to Insure that Yorick lena walked with 'me round the ram- the cultivation of cane' to the eastern

dazzling smile. "To tell you the truth, would always be 'maintained as It has parts, showing me certain landmarksand Mediterranean countries, where the

< they're ready. If you insisted on stay- been maintained for about five hun- telling me; the lie of the land. Egyptians developed the earliest 'commercial -

'": log, I hoped you'd stay here." dred years. Well, this Idea obsessed After a little- methods of refining. The returning .r.r,, n

I r a e him, and I think that my mother's "Was ,that gray all right this morning crusaders- brought a taste for HITCNCDGI Atlenle MEDIaNE e. co.
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;:" "We must go to bed," said my cousin. death affected his Dram lie tnrew ? sugar back with them to Europe dur-

:r "We've had an Arabian day." back to his ancestors, and he put. his "Yes," said I. "He gave me a' lovely ing the Twelfth century. From thenon For ,Constipation Troubles

J. We had bathed and changedand ,whole fortune in gold. Golden sov- ride." a considerable amount of the com Thousands now take Dr. Hitch

: eaten and now, we were strolling on ereigns, mostly." She put her handsto "I thought he would. You shall modity was'Imported Into European cock's Laxative Powder for bilious'

the apron under the stars. her eyes. "I tell you It's the curse have him to take you back. I shall countries from the Near East,.although ness, sick headaches and up-set

':" \ "Never fight Fate," Geoffrey saId of my life." keep three horses' at Plumage as longas 'it continued for:,centuries to be a'lux stomach find due to constipation. They
that Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable
't ,'My one idea this morning was to get "You, don't meanbegan, my cou ;you're there. ,With a groom, of ury that only the rich could afford. Laxative Powder is mild-but

> you out 'of the way. To say so would 'sin.. course. You may have news any mo- During the latter part of the' Seventeenth effective-it acts'gently, yet thoroughly -

have been foolish for the blood' was "Yes, I do," said the girl. "Lying In ment which I should hear. But please 'century' all of Europe suddenly 'and, 'removes that clogged

up In your head and you wouldn't the cellars at Yorlck: Is the best part' don't think they can only be ridden started to drink tea, coffee, and condition of the bowels. Cleanse

have gone. But I meant to cool you of two' million pounds. It's going, of this way. They're for you and ,your chocolate. The'' increased demand for your don't intestines allow poisons of waste to accumulateand matter-

at Ann bel-let you flirt with' the, .course. We live upon ,capital. But cousin to use whenever you please." sugar to sweeten these cups led to break down your vitality and

hope of finding your men: then Barley even so it'll last for 'a hundred and "I shall ride to Yorick," ,said. I, the transplanting:: of cane to the New health. Family size 25c"NATURE'S ',
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was ,going to report that he'd seen fifty: years. And long before that, of "to see how ,you are." world, p particularly, the West, IndIes.
Pharoah In Salzburg: when we meet course, the Idea, was to change it "But not too early," says she. "Yor- Since then sugar has become Increasingly 1 R

i 'him at Vlllacli tomorrow, jou'll sc'e it's back." Ick wakes up at six, but its eyes aren't a part of the diet of the common

the, first thing he'll say. So we should "Good God," said Geoffrey. And properly open till eight o'clock. So .man. I

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Household lL @
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far from Ileilbronn In Wur-

OUR COMIC' SECTION QUJ/iOllf- temburg Castle ,of Germany Weibertreu the ruin concerning of the >:

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Cacti plants grown In the house which Is told one of the most curious .'-1

, .- should be given air' and light.: To tales of the Middle' ages. It appears ':-.1

a water set pots In a pan of water that in the Twelfth century ._

f: and do not remove until .soil. has become the castle was captured by a feudal t
,, ,.' moist. chief, who, holding the male Inhabitants -':.;
; ByTedO'Loua-Llin ..
FINNEY OF THE FORCE Fame Is
p. e.,11'.....N..pepc,Valet! Fleeting within Its, grim walls, planned

f.:: iso You THINK' \ ( WAL SRYou -Ol >> YOU f .... > Apply paint remover with a' brush. to As put them all to death. ..
Po ft. EVER, WAL SOR.- When paint begins to curl remove a parting gesture to the women ..
IDNiT -THESE with knife. takes who were .similarly captured, ,he '
:( SAW "I-IIS I .KNOWMAM LOOK ,AT ) a putty Remover '
b 01| DID riWK gave ,them permission to leave the '
time and cannot be hurried :
I.: MERE ItJ WNO HE1ov4N POSTERS' HIS FACE wuz castle and take with them only ,their _A

t{ ? How WU7.\.F WHYS KoiMP O' Water should never, be poured, on most valued piece of property.* To :"'s

',;;.. COME '(oUY burning fat. It will spread the blaze. the victor's astonishment, the women "''?j
; : FAMllIAR.-, marched across the .
:' Flour will extinguish the blaze.. drawbridgeto ::
''r; DIDN'f qLJ S OtJt freedom, each her
,,[: 'i ;; ; I carrying
}.. Zc \ band on her back. For this
7 HIM Tips of. canned asparagus may be
: removed whole If the bottom insteadof says the old legend, the old hus'j'j

: the top of can Is opened.' came to be"called. "The Castle
True Wives.

\: When poaching eggs let water ..,
c & come to a-fun rolling.'boil, drop eggs Dust Storms and Disease :

f12" I into It, turn out 'gas and eggs will :Medical science fears disease If ... .'

I II Ib fillshpOlching In,the boiling; \v.ater.!
:, *.:':'*.I- : ..... .*v--. carry germs but irritates throat and
.1.f ,. z lungs and allows :. t'
: MM .NMW hAMMM. A suds made of naptha! oap "and germs present to .
sprayed over house plants ,will destroy cause illness. :

small insects that. Infest them. ,',
4 P' ,
: I''n

:: OH VJELL BETTER LATE] For roasting pork' 20 to.25 minutes Grow a garden of <.,
ON -1 01 SHLlfcE AM NEVER--COME HAS
NAN SOR TK1 CHIEF should never be roasted In a quick
TELL I HEX, "GRADUATES"from
IM ANP A LOT oven.. -
THIS S-MAN I IYJAS eitf ATErLUM' ME ... .

?s., TELLING '' i- I I /BOUT IEZ-- AM' VIE ALL To clean artificial fruit dip it in white real seed -

ABOQTWHAT 1 I soap suds several times, then rinse

'y You YoU 'KMoW ltrXr KNOW S Z HAS LONE 'in. clear water' to which a fe\y, drop breeding instituteFor
: \
I .WANTED of ,ammonia has been added::.::.: .
<
.
I MRER--- ,* :', \" 80 years, -

? y mJl. wNUT BEIER If hot paraffin is poured'over Ferry-Morse Seed

V I !, paint left unused ina'can, It will not Co., America's
.5 SW: F.OI harden. greatest scientific: -
,
g..' (l y I wDNAPPIHCh ;ilrfNAMt:2, .. seed growing ,

I p To tighten springs. in curtain rollers organization, has -

r hold roller, firmly, put end of protected garden.k

spring between ,tine'of fork and ers against deterioration
.
:\ T2J1/ turn until spring Is tight. in seed quality.Our.foundation

f"<, II1Im -Associated Newspapers.-WNU Service. stock developed -

I' Is at The, Ferry-Morse Seed
'
... Dr.Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the orig- Breeding Institute Stations at
We.tern N w.papr Union inal little liver pills put up 60 years ago. Rochester, Mich., and Salinas,tJal.. -
They liver and bowels.Adv.Going :
regulate :
,,,
This purebred stock is then used : ;

for seed_ production on our own .

It By Otbornef farms, or under our direct supervision .
THE FEATHERHEADS The Best Policy .b.
V Urn Xevspiptr Union ;; 'The seed crops from this z
'
r \.JELL- '\ I I OWEY stock are sold only after thorough :
600p NIGHT' WELLOU'RE A FINE -* tests have shown that they are of '

.':'.' GOOD] '1HANK 'foul LETTiNts -THAT FELLOW TALK Down proper quality and germination.
r-1111'(
. : I WK5HT' (ou INTO CMANCrlMCr TH& FIRE Moe-There's plenty. of, room' ;at That is-why. -North, South, ,
the top,.I tell you, East,. 'West-you can buy seeds
-k INSURANCE Tb HIS
r :, Less-:Yes, as a matter-of';,theory.; from .the Ferry 'display .in your
iI : T COMPANY _J JIP But'your wife'only lets you have'the ,'neighborhood store with the great.est : .

bottom drawer' of, the bureati.doesil'tshe : assurance that they will repro-
W -
.': ELH ? .. ;, .. duce true to type and quality.

'. r i 1\Io.e-Yes, .you're rIght.-Plthfind-_ Look for the Ferry display before
::1:, er Magazine. : 'planning 'your garden. Write for ;
-
:: free copy of our Home Garden '

!' I'll :Be, Seeing i You Catalog. Watch the radio programs
:
l /Pr) l'riSOlGovernor (to released convict for our helpful garden talks over ,

; 7 )-I'm sorry. I find we have kept Station WSB. Ferry-Morse Seed J;

::\:: you here a week too long Co., Detroit and San Francisco.
I. Convict-Th t's all right, sir.
Knock It off next time.-Louisville THE FERRY-MORSE SEED
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Times. BREEDING INSTITUTEDevoted :

;{ to improving and maintaining tfi* .
I' Use Service Entrance quality of America's Ill1.1'denccda..
.
I'.....' '"HelloCity! bridge department?"
: I "-ii '1ES.-I- "-'-. "Yes. What can we do for you?"
I VJERBVoJ ) ( ""How many points do'you get for a"
PERHAPS YOU UNDERSTAND- I IF YOU WERE ,
"
I'DEXERCISE. 'little slam? Kansas City Star.
DON'T [[E1SIFE1AJ
'- HE HANDS YOU 1 MEOP

I' :. UNDERSTAND, A LOT of SOFT That Should Get a LaughA i
Coop r COURSE You.I .. '
PE-AR theatrical agent persuaded the
MY SoAP- OH WHy
;:' 1)oN'. ,' i7DCMENT I WOULD/ conductor of a variety broadcast to ELECTRIC. LIGHTS j -
f : You WISE use Joe Frisco in a fivejinniute bit. Wind driven. You build them Write
: Wind Motor Electric, JtidKnit: .Montana.
: up----. "I got you a live-minute bit on the'aIr s.
.;:' ," the agent then told Joe. "Whatcan
INDIVIDUAL COMMUNION SEKVICE
". m you do In that time?" every church should use this cleanly meth-
"j-j-just:" the stutteringcomIc informed od. Send for folder and special offer.
Thomas'Communion Co.. Lima. F'
Box 20. O.
t rj- ; "c-c-clear m.m-my th-throaU'.!.
I JL '-New York Post. '
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PERFECT
w Just Like Good Ones M i RJ fie HOME DRY ''
.
: Mother-"Now, do you know where (I) CLEANER30c40c65c L

'I"- bad little girls go to?" Molly-"Oh, Bottles ,1.11 oeucslsn

<- jes-':they.go'almost e\erywhere." I b .'Y.'
-.1
(' : In Other Words I WHAT PRICE LOSS ;
a
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: D< w* trn N w.pspr Union "\ Wife-You don't love me any more.
-
f.lw, --.- Husband-Why, dear,. I certainlydo.
..
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:
Propriety"A PLOWED UNDER Thrift Plan
poet wrote The proper study,.of ,''.\I: "What are the prices of the seats1 Wife-You couldn't love a.woman I
mankind ." ... with such old clothes as I have been.
Id": is m'ln' LJ\ --f __ \ ..... I inquired a. young lady at the county
wearing.
1 cannot agree with him," said Mi93 fair. .

'. Cayenne. "The police reports Indicate \ 01 ; "Front seat half a dollar, rear seatsa
;,." that the study Is becoming highly im- quarter,.and programs nickel," announced (
"
t ?. proper. the gatekeeper. o DON'T 6NAWJU5T -

; "Here's a nickel' said 'the .. 'ounglady. POLL

.;.<...' Poor Fellow "I'll sit on a program." .
... : ,/ THE HANDY "What did father say when you
Mabel
-Were there :
any unpleasant told him you were going to take me
t /<, after-effects to wife's Thoughts About Dress"I RED TAPE!
; your operation?
r "My girl gave me a pair of silver- away from him?" .
< Joseph-I'll say sol! She's still talk-' can assure ," said the philosopher -- '
.. backed brushes that cost ?25. you "lIe seemed to feel his loss keenly
j tog about it. "Were you mean enough to and "that a woman's thoughts rise with
go at first, but I squared things a.
"
price them?"' above dress. "
good cigar.
'M: SUSPENSIONS- "No; I had to pawn them. "That's right," agreed the other.

i 7. __ "She's probably thinking of a new
i. There' the Alarm!
hat!
:;f\ A Constant Reader White-Plow's your insomnia? a
.
Terrible. I can't sleep- .' ..;;
Black
. even
;:: "What is favorite '
::. your diversion In '.zxS .
OR SOMETHING"Money :.M
'. 1) summer?" asked the serious girl. ? when It's time to get .-Answer* .
:
"Heading," replied the young man ... :Magazine. ; ,
t. who was trying to make "
an Impression.
....."
: _- "But don't, you need outdoor recrea-
tion?" .
fJ "Yes. I stand outdoors and read the WRI'GLEY'S

I baseball bulletins." '

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: \
--=- I I Or Have a Salary \ Q 41R "' T tf h PERFECT G U.M '

.,
"My wife hung up her stocKing'at "When I was twenty my' ambitionwas ..... .
Christmas and got a gold watch .*' "*
In It to save the world. won't buy happiness"
"How did you fare." "And now?" I
"Still it must imp advantages, 01
"I hung up my diamond ring and I "Now I'm satisfied If I can save a I people wouldn't hang onto It with such

;l1 :,. tot, fifty on It." email part of my salary." grim resolution."

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EIGHT -.... THE' CLEWISTON !NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1030


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jf<< the navigable: watersof the United _
I
. IT New Chevrolet Truck on Economy-Safety Run << States; and the further right to
enter: upon, occupy and use anypor-
LEGAL NOTICES tion of said land not so cut away .:'\

NI .. ..:l.., and converted into public navigable
waters, for the deposit of dredged
material, and for such other pur-
poses as may be needful in the pre-
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE servation and maintenance of the

UNITED STATES FOR THE I Caloosahatchee River; /that the description -

I1K6 Cd; (d1c IDA.SOUTHERN DISTRICT TAMPA DIVISION.U. OF FLOR. I, said easement of the is, sought property to be ill which takenIs

S. Civil No. 263..TUNITED as fellows: ?*


: I IHl AMERICA STATES, OF :: Parcels GH of the 8-FX right, 8-GC of, way 8-GD for and they 8-


II II I Petitioner v. :: on Caloosahatchee plat recorded River in Plat, as Book shown1 2,.

One hundred: twenty-four
: page 69, of the Public Records;
II parcels' or tracts of land in
:
I of Hendry County, Florida; *
Glades and Hendry Counties, ': f" '

Florida, specifically described : Parcels 8-HA, 8-HB, 8-HC, 8-1,.
in the petition, required : 8-IA, 8-IE, 8-IF, 8-IG, 8-IH, 8--
P I for Right of Way for Caloo- : i II, of the right of way for thev "
sahatchee River Project, : Caloosahatchee River as shown1
MONA M. HARRIS and oth- : ,on'plat recorded in Plat Book 2,.

ers named in the petition, : page' 85,. of the Public Records'. I
Respondents. : of Glades County, Florida;

NOTICE TO APPEAR
Parcels 8-JB, 8-JA, 8-JC, 8-JE,
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIT- 8-JF, 8-JH, 8-JJ, 8-JK, 8-JL-
ED STATES TO: 8-JO, 8-JQ, 8-JR 8-JS, 8-JT,
ALL: PERSONS INTERESTED IN 8-JW, 8-K, 8-KA, 8-KB, 8-KX3,
h ORT HAVING LIENS UPON THE 8-KD, 8-KE, 8-KF, 8-KG, 8-KH,
PROPERTY HEREINAFTER IN 8-KI, 8-KJ' 8-KK, 8-KL, 8-L, 8-
ajT THIS NOTICE DESCRIBED: LA, 8-LB, 8-LC, 8-LF, 8-LH, 8-

WHEREAS, a petition and an amendment LI, 8-LJ, 8-LK, 8-LL, 8-LM, 8-
n thereto have been filed by LN, 8-LO, 8-LP,' 8-MA, 8-MB, 8- ...
3a the United States of America in the MC, 8-MD, 8-ME, 8-MF, 8-MH,
District Court of the United States 8-MI, ,8MJNA, 8-NB, 8-NC, .
for the Southern District of Florida, 8-ND, 8-0, 8-OA, 8-OB, 8-PB, 8- 6
at Tampa for the acquisition by PC, 8-PD, 8-PE, 8-PF, 8-PG, 8- \
condemnation of the easement here- Q, 8-QA, 8-QB, 8-QC, 8-R, 8-RA,

inafter set forth in those certain 8RBRC", 8-RD, 8-RE, 8-RF,
/ Y::vs. i tracts or parcels of land in Glades 8-RG, 8-RH, 8-RI, 8-SA; 8-T,

< and' Hendry Counties, Florida, described -8-TA, 8-TB, 8-TC, 8-TD, 8-TE: .
4N in said petition and amend- STF8TO, 8-U, 8-UA, 8-UB,
c > ment, upon paying proper compen- 8-UC, 8-UD, 8-UE, 8-UF, 8-V,
H sation therefor, required, for the pro- s'v Ai 8-VB, 8-VC, 8-VD, 8-W,
ject for Caloosahatchee' River' and 8-WA, 8-WB, 8-WC, 8-X, 8-XA:: ,
'Lake Okeechobee Drainage Areas being 8-XB, 8-XC 8-Y, 8-YA, 8-YB,
,8-YC, of right of for the
way
carried on by the War Depart-
,,
,
% TIF N :: J h. WM:: ;n. ment of the United States Govern- Caloosahatchee River, as shownon
ment, in which petition and amend- plat recorded in Plat ;:Book
Carrying a 10000lb. cement block from Los Angeles to New York, a lH-ton Chevrolet truck-one of the new ment the following, among others, 2, at page 69, of the Publi 'Re-
1936 models just -demonstrated that safe driving means economy. Speed limits were observed in every are named respondents: Herman cords of Hendry. County, -Florida -'
community, with 35 m."p.h. the maximum on the open road. The 3511.4 miles were completed on two quarts of oil Malakowsky, Bessie L. Cox as Ad- .- -
and 308.6 gallons of gasoline, at a cost of 01.6 cents per mile, or one-third of a cent per ton mile. The entire run was ministratrix of the estate ;of J. B.
completed without any mechanical failure, repairs, or even scratched fender. The illustrations show the test truck NOW THEREFORE, you, the
Cox deceased Mrs. R. Louden
and features of the new 1936 models. Coupe type cabs with solid steel roof, full-floating rear axle, and full-length M. as above named respondents, and each
water jackets, are some of the improvements. In the lower right, Harry Hartz, who drove the cross-continent test, Administratrix of the estate"of C. E. of you, and all other persons con-
i is seen beside the 10,000-lb. block. The test, was officially observed by the American Automobile Association. Hill, deceased, Mrs. Olivia Thompson cerned in or having an interest in,
i. ,' ....... .. Mrs. Jennie Clark, Mary Hayes
.w..ayY. -....:- ---,. .r ._ .-a..k-. _.: ''--- -.- : or lien upon the above described
Davis, P. G. Frierson; Harry W.
property, you are hereby notifiedto
Fleming, Melvin Messer, G. A.
be and appear in said United
Sheffield, A. Donald Bass Flossie
,
States District Court for the Southern -
\ Hill, Mrs. Carrie Bass, Joe Miller,
Bernice Guthrie, :Billie Hooker Roberta Boca Grande 32, Bonita Springs I District of Florida, at Tampa
Mincie V. First
Bank of
Burgess
( Florida, on the 6th day of April,
Splcerf 18. Clewiston James A. Franklin B. F.
,
_ 1936, to show what interest or lien
Clewiston School
Newsy Jacob J. Kirtland R. '
Magill, J.
LaBelle 25, Alva 21. you, or any of you, have in or to
Watts & Sons Inc. Florida
High School-News a cor-
Girls-- the above described property, or any
Last Friday afternoon the Clew poration, The B. L. Dulaney Corporation part thereof, and to show cause, if:

Florine Moore, Editor iston High School was given a very Boca Grande 17,. Bonita Springs a corporation, John C. An- any, you or any of you have, why-
ders, WI. V. Knott Treasurer of
1. as tak'eni
interesting talk on the new system said property should not be
Louise State of Florida Board of Commissioners
Bussey, Associate Editor the -
being installed at the' University of LaBelle 25, Alva 10. of Okeechobee Flood Con- by United States of America for the '::\

Bob Patterson: Sports Editor Florida 'called the General College. trol District, and Century Land purposes set forth in said petition a
and amendment and this on penalty-
This talk was given by Waldo Fara- corporation and
Company, ,
Spadaro Launches I of you and each of 'you, and all'
bee, who Is a sophomore at the University
WHEREAS, in and. by said petition of you, the said respondents, being-
First Grade News. and is in a position to know I amendment and proceedings, barred of all claim, and interest. in
The honor roll for the month in how the new system is carried out New Dredge Hull petitioner prays for, and seeks con- and to said property.

the first grade was as follows: Joann Monthly tests are over and report( I II I demnation, for the purpose of carry- WITNESS the Honorable Alex-

Crouch, Faith Mitchell, Junior cards were received Wednesday. I I ing through the said project, upon ander Akerman,* United States Dis-,

McCracken. I There is now only about two months (Moore Haven Democrat) i I payment of proper damages in condemnation trict Judge, and likewise the under-,
I of the perpetual right, signed, as' Clerk of said District
and three weeks of ,
school
The first grade remaIn- The hull
presented the following for the new hydraulic
II I power and privilege to ,enter upon, Court, at Tampa, Florida, this the
program Friday, February ing. ., .. : II dredge which has been under con- excavate, cut away, and remove any 13th day of February, 1936.
14. ScrIpture'reading by Faith Mit- ,. I I struction for several months ,at the I lor- all of the land hereinafter described EDWIN R. WILLIAMS, Clerk

chell, recitation, "The Moo Cow Sports- I Spadaro, Dredging Company here was as may be required for the By Julian A: Blake,

Moo", Mary Louise Thomas. It was found necessary for the launched Monday and has : roved ve- improvement and maintenance of Deputy Clerk.

Song by Mary Ellen Smith, The Clewiston boys to keep the Boca ry seaworthy.The the Caloosahatchee River, or any (SEAL OF COURT)

Way it Occurred, .Gladys Jackson, Grande boys who played basketball giant hull, thirty feet in width enlargement tain the portion thereof so, excavated and to main and 2-12-3 3:1st 1-4 *
Jacqueline Bledsoe, Harriet Alston here Thursday right. Those who
; 114 feet in did
and length not taketo
the channel to be created as a part Feb. 14-21-28, Mar. 6, 1936.
song by Junior McCracken; recita- were so kind are: Frances Wright, the water'' like a duck but had 'to ,

tion by Patricia Bailey; The Honey- Owen Winn, Frank Ray, Bob Patterson be coaxed several times before ,it
moon, six: children. and Bill OweB. "
I finally was afloat on the surface of NOTICEAs
the canal and was drawn around into -
Second Grade N'ews-- On Wednesday Mrs. Spicer sent
: the boat slip for the laying of the I
The honor roll for the second some lovely bouquets' calendulasand I deck. The boat was constructed on

grade for the month was Nora Ogles- baby breath. The school appreciates i an angle with the rear end almost in provided by law no person, firm or corporation shall engage in

by, and Bertha Bullen. these flowers' very much and the water so in launching runways ort: manage any business, profession or occupation in the City of Clewis-
The spelling honor roll for the we wish to thank Mrs. Spicer who ton, unless a City License shall have been procured from the Tax Col-
second grade was, as follows: Nora though she is busy selling flowers, were built up on either side of the lector of the City. Licenses for the period October 1, 1935 to September
'stern into the water and the hull October 1 1935 by the following' firms or
Oglesby, Dalton Carr, Margaret Van often thinks of the school. i 31, 1936, payable persons
jacked up and placed on rollers. corporations HAVE NOT BEEN PAID.
de Velde, Bertha
Ballard
Mayme
When released it rolled back very
Johnson, Caroline Selee, Junior Ivey, STANDINGS OF FOURCOUNTYBASKETBALL II
nicely with the push afforded by a OCCUPATION AMOUNT
David Belcher, Shirley Moon, Wilma NAME
company dragline but balked when d
Tingle, Billy Maynard. '
almost in the water. It
-- J1 was neces Alston's Inc. ......................_............... Drug Store ........._................._ $10.00
Third Grade New LEAGUEBoys' sary to dig a hole from under the 1 Avant, H. C. .............._....................... Boarding House ...............-.... 2.00;
--- front end before the earth release'dits Baker's Service 'Station .................... Filling Station ...................... 5.00Auto :
'- Spelling honor roll- liaBo'urne Teams- hold and the boat settled into Agency....................... 10.00

: LaDeen Peters, Annette Boca Grande played ,2, won 2, bit the water with, front end slightly Burkett, Laura1'. ..................................._ Eating House ...-....................... 2.50 -

Simpson, Christine Redish, Elsie 0, '1,000 percent. lower than the stern due to the hea- Cantrell, Gus ..:..................................Barber Shop ........................ 2.00
Bern bry. .;.. I Moore Haven played 1. won 1, lost vy timbers around the ladder recess. Clewiston Dairy Company............:... Dairy Products: ..................'.. 10.00

Monthly. Honor Roll-Sue Von 0, 1,000 percent. The heavy timbers used in the Clewiston Laundry Company........... Laundry-Steam ...........,........... 5.00
Mach.! iFourth. LaBelle played 4, won 3, lost 1, con- I Dry Cleaning ........................ 5.00
; ., 750 struction of the hull make it ex- Clewiston Inn ..............._.................... Hotel..................................... 20.00
,- percent. tremely heavy and the hull,' before Clewiston News ................................ Weekly Newspaper ..............._ 5.00
Grade- Xcw&Honor' Alva played 2, won 1, lost 1, 500 the machinery is added, has a draft Dixie Crystal Theatre ...................... Moving Picture ...................... 10.00

roll for- month-Eric percent. of between thirty and thirty-five in- Espenlaub, George ..:......................... Auto Repair Shop ................ 10.00
Belcher, Bill Perry, Billy Redel- Bonita Springs played 4, won 1, ches. The main hull is 100 feet In Filling Station. ..................::.. 5.00

shelmer. lost '.3, _250 percent. length and the ladder recess is four- First Bank of Clewiston .:.................. Banking .............................. 10.00

Spelling Honor Roll-Eric Belcher Everglades played 2, won lost teen feet. The deck will be construct George Apartments ............................ Boarding House .................... 2.50
Philys McLeod, Billy Redelsheim- 2. ed probably of three-inch material.It i Glades Soda Sundries .....:.................. Ice Cream Bar ..................7..... 5.00
er, Marianne Jones. Fort Myers played 1, won 0; lost is I Holdsworth, Mrs. L. C, .................-.. Eating House ........................ 2.50
1. not known as yet what type of I Hooker Packing House .................... Boarding House .................... 2.50
machinery will be used but the 500. LaBelle Motor Company ........"..........._ Auto Agency....................... 10.00
Sc'cnthtc1 Eighth Grade News- Clewiston played no games. h. p. motor which was received by Lake Drug Company ..................:.... Drug Store ............................ 10.00
Girls' .
Honor roll for month-Julia Ann Team= the company sometime ago is not intended Marquette, Ed. ............................__.... Radio & Electric Shop ..... .... 5.00
Oglesby, Margaret Von Mach, Renee; LaBelle played 4, won 4' lost 0, ; as many believed, for the Miner Packing Company................... Fertilizer .............................. 2.50:

Wethington, Barbara Ann, Smith, 1,000' percent. new dredge. Seeds, Wholesale __................ 5.00
Richard Patterson, J. D. Hooker. _I I : Mop re Haven played'' 1, won 1, Railway Express Agency................. Express Agent ........................ 5.00
lost. 0, 1,000 percent-- I Stewart, Elbert L ............................ Insurance 'Agent...............:.. 2.50
Alva played, won"' 1, lost 1,' 500 Sias, A. W. .............__....:..................... Insurance Agent .................... 2.50
Twelfth Grade Honor Roll- percent. .- HELPS Sugarland Service Station ................ Filling Station ...................... 5.00
PREVENT
Katherine Wiiandt, Vincent Ogles: Everglades Auto Repair Shop _................ 10.00
flayed 2
by- Florine Moore. won 1, lost Turner's Barber Shop ...:.................... Barber Shop ............_..__....... 2.00
--- 1, 500 percent.: MANY COLDS Watanabe Hotel............................... 'Hotel .................._.............-__. 15.00
I Eleventh Grade Honor Roll- Boca Grande played ,2, won 1, lost Wells-Royal Lumber Company....... Lumber Yard ..........::............ 10.00

Ethel Willis, Bob 1, 500 percent. Especially designed Oglesby, H. J. ..........__........................ Ice Peddler ...;...............:........ 3.00
Patterson.
I I Fort: Myers played '1,' won 0, lost aid for nose and Couse, J. l.f. ...................................... Lawyer ..........__.. ..:. ...:. ........... 5.00. '
: : .. ,
*.*?' ". upper throat, where ; :

Tenth Grado Honor Koll- \I :' Bonita Springs!! played 4, won 0, VA Visas 1Ro Noi.NN most colds start. ,' .
,Gladys Willis,. Carlisle, Redish lost 4,
tnroot Regular Size.,..30$
Honor (f I. ') Double Quantity 50* I am instructed by the City Commission to immediately enforce(; collection -
L" Ninth Grade- Roll- I ': AMES LAST 'FII; 1 lY: of such license! .fees as HAVE NOT BEEN PAID. .
.
George Smith, Bill Owen, Francis I 0------- : R. Y. PATTERSON,
''Wright Jr Bowen YlCRSVA7RONO L Feb. 7.14 Tax Collector .
Violet; etilealS B0)L-+ to. :J I III !
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