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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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itsMACHINIST IS VICTIM i Washington" Approves I LIGHTHOUSE SERVICE I Ii Mrs. Rumbley ResignsAs KIWANIS: CLUB HEARS ';

; Swimming Pool I Local TeacherMrs. I
Project
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I, OF ATTACK BY TWO I i ERECTING BEACONS I TWO SPLENDID TALKS :'

1 J. A. her
Rumbley handed

, NEGROES SATURDAY that Word the :was swimming received pool here project this final week for IN LAKE AND RIVER I I board resignation this week to the as teacher county of school the WEDNESDAY NIGHT "

Clewiston had met with approval .
-" in Washington,, and had been fourth, and fifth grades in the local ...
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R. Hanburg-, a machinist- at the sent back to R. L. Sandquist at the I The "Poinciana" work boat of ; school, effective today, the close of The local Kiwanis Club was treat- :"",
'> Miami office to await the assignmentof the U. S. Light House Service arrived the first semester of school. Mrs. ed to two most enjoyable talks at
in the
sugar house, is recovering funds so that work can proce d. I Tuesday in Clewiston from Key Rumbley will join her husband, who' their regular meeting Wednesday '
Lakeview Hospital from a brutal assault is working in Okeechobee for the U. Pembroke Htfck- '
West and will be headquartered night when Frank
Every!: : effort is being made to havea
made on him by two negroes partial assignment made to the there for the next several monthswhile ,S. Engineers.Mrs. ins, a yacht builder and writer from

';>, ':- about six-thirty Saturday night just project so that no ,time will be lost re-arranging the channel markers :- Rumbley has taught "in: the Jacksonville and H. H. Kynett, a ra-
/," after ke had been paid off and walk- in beginning construction as soon as and beacons in Lake Okeechobeo Clewiston school for several years dio advertising expert from Philadelphia -
ed away from the mill. The attack the playgVound project is terminated. and tributary waters. Capt. J. G and has been very popular with ever accepted invitations to address ? ','

occurred near the railroad tracks The concrete pouring in the last Albury is in command of the boa, }'one. M. E. VonMach, chairman of the club. V :;!

and the assailants were scared off of the three tennis courts at the recreation and of the work and stated Wednesday the county board stated this week Mr. Huckins, is accompaned by Mr. '

by a passing car before their motive center will be, completedby that they expected to be on till: that the board was extremely sorryto Kynett on a trip across the new 'I

could be ascertained. tomorrow and the project is ex- work for approximately four months. receive the resignation efficien-t as they cross state waterway to deliver a
,
felt they were losing a most
Mr. HanEurg told authorities that pected to be closed the latter part of I The only other piece of equipment instructor. I new cruiser to a sportman in St.

/iihe;i saw the negroes standing together the month. Supplementary projectswill brought in was the combination pile the I Petersburg and to gather material
Because of that "
fact muchof
so
in the darkness and as he started be asked in order to completethe driver and barge for carrying piling. : for an article which is to appear 'in
the school year has passed and it '
I to' pass heard one' of them say "therehe work on the park but it is not The Poinciana is a large vessel and next month's' Motor Boating, one of ..'
is difficult to obtain well-qualified
is now, let him have it." He be- likely that anything will be done un- serves as quarterboat' and tug as wellas the most important yachting maga-
teachers this late in the and also
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:year
lieves that he was mistaken for til the swimming pool is completed. carrier. The plan is to' work "a zines. He spoke first and told some
someone else and that- the assail- the new pool will be constructedin certain section of the project', each because; the county board is in : most interesting short stories of his <-1
with teachers salaries
arrears present -
ants were intent, not on robbery but the block just north of the recre- week, coming back into Clewistonand cruises, holding the American record
there will be
no new teacher
on murder. He was struck with a, ation center." The project is being tying"up' in the government slip I for the number of miles cruised, 96-
hired to take Mrs. Rumbley's, place. I
heavy stake across the head and his sponsored by the Clewiston Realty over the week-ends. 000. He told of a trip a few years
arm was broken when he threw up and Development Corporation who A number of creosoted timber piling The fourth 'grade will be taught by ago across Lake Okeechobee xnd

the arm to ward off the blow!: There will furnish, besides a considerable stored back of t'ro U. S. Engi- Miss Lucille Hampton, present third down the Caloosahatchee when he "

were also several'scalp wounds and amount of cash, engineering for, the neer warehouse seve"] weeks ago grade teacher and the fifth grade 'became entangled in a great bed ,.'
newt will go into the sixth grade room
,;>- he was badly bruised. As a car luckily project. for use in the construction of "nigger wool" while attemptinr to
taught by Miss Lavonia Congdon.
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.' :, swung around the corner and the beacons, were loaded Wednesdayand locate the entrance of the apprcach

lights came near to the scene the negroes on Thursday morning the crew channel into Moore Haven.
quit the attack and fled., Handball Tourney I left' Clewiston and are now working Mrs. Wright GivesAfternoon Mr. Huckins has written a great
between Moore: Haven and Lake Hic-
Officers were notified at once but '
I number of cruising articles for mag-
'. ,: at this time they, have not been ap- Will Start Tonight pochee. It is understood that three, TeaMrs. azines and states that he his but
prehended. Later that evening a I markers are to be Erected in this *,
--- the one theme in writing and { :;:: is
-, of said to have section of the Caloosahatchee water: .
couple negroes are The part3arrived' h. '"
.. "yachting.
Considerable has been
activity
," : jumped from a cane train pulling into way. F. M. Wright entertained I Wednesday
Tuesday night and ,spent
nsted on the handball court adjoin-
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with tea at her home honoring
: Bare Beach and fled into a large a Tuesday and data for
pictures
ing the city hall this week as those accumulating
cane field at ,the side of the tracks!' her mother-in-law, Mrs. cross-state canal. They
', the tourna- a story on the
who have qualified for
and it is, thought possibly that these Maie Wright. and forced t" stop
left Thursday were
ment were practicing for their matches BOAT BUILDER AND
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two are the guilty parties. which will begin tonight. I The house was beautifully decorated at LaBelle where the boat will remain -
Ii Another robbery was reported in roses for the occasion witha until an obstruction is removed'
Sunday night when a man spendinga Pairings have been made by list of the
WRITER / centerpiece sweet peas on in the river so that it can proceedon
few days at the tourist camp reported ing the various players who will par- MAKING/TRIPI tea table. Sandwiches, cookies, tea to the Gulf. He spoke of the

to local officers that he had ticipate in the order of their ability, and coffee were served with Mrs. O. 'great interest which was being manifested -

been held up while walking on the the leader of the list being paired THRU WATERWAY I A. Jones and Mrs. M. W" Bigg pour- in the cross-state waterway

street near the, George Apartments.He with .the'lowest on the list in ,order' ing. by yachtsmen and predicted that .it

was forced to enter a car and lay 'that the,contents may be more interesting Guests during the afternoon in- would bring in a great amount of

down on the floor while he was Frank Pembroke Huckins, of I cluded: Mrs. E. P. Mutrix, Mrs. J. W. business to the inland area.

I ,&)t: searched for money Thirty-five dol- The first doubles match will be Jacksonville, nationally famous Moore, Mrs., Fred Henricksen, Mrs. Following Mr. Huckin's talk Mr.

\ lars was, he said, taken, as well as' played on the court tonight with Lar- I builder of custom-built cruisters and I. D. Leydig Mrs. L. H. Robbins, Kynett entertained the club with'

," I his shoes and he was released at the ry Nash and L. C. Rosenberg matched writer,for yachting magazines, docked Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. H. T. stories of the various radio stars,

,, edge of'town to walk home. He could against M. E. VonMach and Owen, one of his latest models, the Vaughn, Mrs., R. H. Collins, :Mrs. ,D their rise to fame and' their difficulty -

give no ,description of the! men or the \\ The best two games out of I I'Unn. "Vandy" at the ,municipal dock in G. Alston, Mrs. J. J. Albright, Mrs.A. I in securing recognition. He

car'save ,that it was a coach. three will decide which pair will i Clewiston Tuesday afternoon and R. Broadfoot Mrs. M. C. John- rpoke on the' utject of business advertising -

advance toward the finali. has spent'th past two days gathering -I son, Mrs. C. B. Roberts, Mrs. 0., H. at some length, particularly

FISHERMEN MAKE LARGE CATCH The line-up of entrants in ,the or- pictures, and da'a: which will Roberts, Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. W. radio advertising and gave illustra-

---- der of their rating is as follows. be used for an article 'n an early issue F. Simpson, Mrs. G. E. Linkswiler, tions ,and details which were very instructive -
J. L. Tindale, manager of the There may be some change in the of Motor Boating on the cross- Mrs. Robert MacLaren, Mrs. Wilfred and enlightening.

: Liberty Point Fishing Camp stated_ line-up before the matches are played state waterway.. He 1' ft Clewistou Lockhart, Mrs. M. 'J. Hirsh, Mrs. J. One of the most interesting storieshe

'.' ';; today that a trio of Arcadia'business some of which will be played, yesterday morning to make his G. Niblack, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs.J. told was why the Lucky Strike

: ,;,;' men headed by Joe Stewart, brought I each night until: the tournament is way on through the Caloosa- W. Francis, Mrs., G. E. Smith, Hit Parade had quit awarding car-
',;, ',- ,;, in one of the nicest string of bass ended. hatchee and thence on up the coast Mrs. E. C. Mills; Mrs. E. L. Stew- tons of cigarettes and reduced the

: -: j,:, reported, several months from that Matthew Morrison, J. J. Harrington to St. Petersburg where he will deliver art, Mrs. "1j. B. Cate, Mrs. Foster prizes to flat fifties. ,At the' height ,4tV.
"section. the new ,boat to a wealthy Meredith Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs.
popularity, he said,
M. E. VouMach, S. L. Crochet, of the program's
.' :$;: Mr. Stewart captured the largest Larry Nash, Coburn Moore, Fr. F. J. sportsman of that city. two boats of W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. W. H. Whatley, a check-up showed that $165,000 in

<-,'r-: one of these, the fish tipping th. Walsh, Virgil Lawrence, Jack Wynn, [ the same type were brought down Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, :Mrs. J. ,A. Mc government tax alone had been spent
,', -. : scales at nine and a half pounds. The the coast from Jacksonville, the ether Gehee, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. given away that
cigarettes
'.. Bob Patterson, L. C. Rosenberg, J. for the
1" '' > entire string, weighed about a hn..- B. Brantley, Geo. Smith, Connie | the "See-All-Too," being delivered -j lS.. Ludekens, :Mrs. E. J. Rogero, week, the addressing of the cartons
,: dred and seventy-five pounds. to Powell Crosley, wealthy radio Williams Mrs. J. H. Pres-
', ,:": Clark, Bill Owen, Edward VonMach.. Mrs. D. J. sent to winners costing $16,000. Thisin
,
i!,; ) Owen 'Vinn11bur McGehee and J. manufacturer in Miami. I sley Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. H. R. addition to the $20,000 a week
'./ -:: NEW FLAGPOLE TO BE "* Mrs. M. H. Crouch, Mrs. C.
the Knight, and
:' D. Hooker. The 36-foot cruiser is called : paid for programs on Wednesday
..>,,'>;:> ERECTED AT LOGICS Fairform Flyer and has a cruising IE.I Berner, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. Saturday night was entirely too rich

c, of about miles an hour J Bigg and Mrs. Jones. cigarette manu-
., A crew of U. S. Engineers were .MRS. WILLIAMS ENTERTAINS speed twenty for even ,a wealthy
> with a maximum of between twenty- He said there was a sixty
::' digging a foundation excavation yes- LAKE HARBOR. LADIES AID facturer.
:,.': terday in the plot of ground just five and thirty. It is powered by, MRS. LAWLER'S CLASS per cent reduction in the response after -

; ',: ',, east of the locks in which will be Mrs. D. J. Williams entertainedthe twin V-S motors and is the last wordin ENJOYS SOCIAL MEETINGMrs. the cut was made to the fifties.

i I ( constructed the concrete foundation members of the Lake Harbor luxurious appointments, and fit- Mark Lawler's Sunday School Several other such inside stories

i for a metal flagpole which will be I Ladies Aid Society at the manse tings. While comparatively small, I class of the Community church en- were told by Mr. Kynett and the Kiwanis -
I there are sleeping accomodations for members present were loath to
erected at the spot. The concrete Thursday afternoon. joyed a social meeting at the church
i base 'will be a foot and a half thick After a. discussion of routine busi- four people and furnishings are com- Monday evening. These social meetings have him conclude his talk. Dr. D. J.

; _, and is about six feet in diameter. ness and a short talk by Dr. Wil- plete for cooking. Nearly every pieceof are to be held the second Monday Williams who had invited the mn'

I :' r It is placed about five feet underground liams, Mrs. Williams served sand- equipment is electrically operated evening in each month. to attend the meeting spoke a few,

: and up from the center to the wiches, cookies, 'coffee and tea to: : and large tanks carry an adequate -! Those attending were:' Miss Mary words of appreciation in behalf of

ground surface rises a concrete pe- Miss Billie Scogin, Mrs. J. S. Scogin, I supply of fresh water, about Markette, Mr. and 'Mrs. M. T. Iron- the club.

destal. The pole, of metal,, will be fif- Mrs. Frank Robertson, Mrs H. R. I two hundred and fifty gillons. From monger, Mr. ,and Mrs. J. E. Beards-

; ';- ty feet in ,height. Moore. Harm Layfield, Mrs. Sue B. Royal, Mrs. J' the stream lined cabin ever the rear ley, Mr. and :Mrs., H. C. Jones, Mr )IRS.T.. C. PREWITT
'-" Democrat. B. Grant Mrs. J. F. Mrs. JohnD. deck is., a canvas canopy and swivel ENTERTAINS WITH TEA
,
',' Royal\ and :Mrs. D. E. Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
chairs, self-bailing bait and fish boxes -
Hemphill, Mrs. Gertrude Morris, I
W. H. Drown, 1Irs.R.. C. Nowling,
...
.. ;. PILE DRIVING STARTED ON Mrs., H. D. Merriam, Mrs. IE.. Byrdof I in the rear of the craft are pro- Misses Marjorie and Louise Hood, 1 :Mrs. W. C. Prewitt entertained at
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vided for deep-sea sport fishing. The her home Friday afternoon with a
NEW -GOVERNMENT DOCK Lake Harbor, Mrs. Grover Pooleof Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Miss
craft is equipped with a great many 'tea honoring her mother, Mrs. W. H.
Canal Point Wilfred
-- and Mrs. I I Dorothy Craig, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs.B. .
w : The new dock: and boathouse at Lockhart, Mrs." I. M. Pafford, Mrs. I;'!safety I devices which have been pat- J. Schroeder, E. E. Kelly and Whotley who is visiting her. Sandwiches -
the government slip just west of the W. F. Simpson, Mrs. R. N. Smith of i' ented by Mr. Huckins which go far Virgil Lawrence.MRS. brownies and an iced drink

locks was started this week when a the local society. toward eliminating danger from fire V werserved.! .
< pile-driver of the contractor's went which might be caused by the en- EZELLE ENTERTAINS Those calling were:, Mrs.\ I. D. L
,', >, to work" driving piling. No great MISSION STUDY CLASS gine.Mr. BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. :. Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Mrs. L. H.

,V', speed has been made in this work MEETS AT MANSE: Huckins, accompanied on his Robbins. Mrs. M. S. Ludekin, Mrs.
during the week as the line being: 6 \ i trip'across the state by his friend, J. W. Ezelle was hostess at J. Wi. Francis, Mrs. Maie Wright

driven is among the rocks with A mission study class was held at ''u. H. Kynett, of Philadelphia, and I the regular monthly meeting of her Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. Wilfred
which the basin is rip-rapped. These the manse last Monday afternoon is assisted by only one man in the I bridge club at her home Wednesday Lockhart, :Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, and

rocks must be removed before the with Mrs. D. J. Williams in charge management of the 1'oat.' This trip I afternoon. Mrs. D. J. Williams. .
"VV piling can be started, a slow and laborious '! of the class. These meetings will be will be the first to be made across I Mrs. G. B. Thomas was the recipient -)

V process.-Moore Haven .em- held each Monday afternoon for* the I the state through the new waterway of the high score prize a pitcher; 'CnHIHTJAx'ExnEA

ocrat. next six weeks at 2:30 and will last since the beginning of work in Mis. I. Mj Pafford was low and received Christian
: I one hour. All who are interested are the Caloosahatchee. As the work is a set of bridge pencils while The regular Endeavor

MARIANNE JONES HAS urged to attend. I almost completed, special arrange- Mrs, L. C. Miller made the lucky cut meeting was held at the Commiuiftychurch
: PARTY ON BIRTHDAY I Those present were: Mrs. W. B. ments were made in order that he and received a pair of vases. Monday night. A short sons'
) Cate, Mrs. M. J. Hirsh, Mrs. A. R.: could make the trip. His articles on Delicious date pudding and coffee service was followed by the de\Pit+ on-

", ".. Marianne Jones celebrated he M. R Lawler, Mrs.; I. D. Leydig, Mrs I boating are read with interest by were served to: Mrs. D. G. Alston, nl and then there was a di"c.I'i"1"

", tenth ,birthday Friday afternoon with I I| Bioadfoot. Mrs. J. W., Ezelle, Mrs. yachtsmen all over the country and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, of business matters, c'tiefly ib: ? 'J-
,. \ a party at her home. Ice cream and Wilfred! Lockhart, Mrs. I. ,M. PafI -I this article which will be published Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. J. V. ion meetings to be hek in Lalrr Labor ;: -

cake were served and balloons were I ford Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mrs. C. within a short time, will be of particular Fourney, Mrs. Thomas Mrp.\ Paf- on Tuesday night.
'; given to each guest as favors. i B. Roberts. interest to local readers. ford and Mrs. Miller., Attending were Mrs. B. 73 IV'-
: !, Those enjoying the party were: I. : ,i ring, Dr. D. J. Williams, A. H. Eig..

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, ; 'Pafford. Barbara Broadfoot, Millie II glewood where he has accepted a po his daughter, Mrs. S. L. .Crochet Sherry, were in West Palm Peach Bill and Dick Owen; Jimmy
; Bourne and Mauryne Prewitt. sition. Wednesday.' i ,- Wednesday. Hall and LeRoy Hare,
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UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
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A propos de rien. (F.) Aproposof SUNDAY | There is no-v-more independencein

nothing; without relevancy. Lesson politics than there is in jail.-

Crux criticorum. (L.) The puz- a Will Rogers.
By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST
zle of critics. iw r< Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof Next to worry, probably one of ;

En rapport. (F.) In touch; well, 4s Western Newspaper Chicago. Union. the most potent causes of unhappi- :
versed in a subject. ness is envy.-Bertrand Russell.In .

Fuit Ilium. (L.) Troy once political life, you must understand

stood; i. e., Troy is ,no more. By Edward W. Pickard Lesson for January 17 every pilot dies before he
comes to port.-Andre Maurois.
Inter nos. (L.) Between ourselves < Western Newspaper Union
It ought not to be assumed that a
JESUS THE WATER
::: ::: OF LIFE
doing nothing is his
wasting
person
Lustspiel. (Ger.) Comedy. General Strike Threatenedin she laid the keels of two huge bat- time.-Raymond B. Fosdick.It .
Nosce teipsum. (L.) Know thy- LESSON TEXT-John 4726.
tleships, the George V and the
General Motors Plants GOLDEN TEXT-Whosoever drinketh of is clear that "to serve God" is
self. Prince of Wales. The British pro- the water that I shall give him shall equivalent to serving "every living
Sang froid. (F.) Cold blood; GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA- gram calls for the building of 78 never'thirst. '''John 4:14. thing."Albert Einstein.

self-possession; indifference. flatly refused to consider new vessels at a cost of nearly a PRIMARY TOPIC-Jesus Answering a '
Woman's Question. Hope' is the dream of possession;
Quod erat faciendum. (L.) collective bargaining in its 69 plants billion dollars. The British also are JUNIOR TOPIC-How a Stranger Be- faith is possession of the dream.-

Which was to be done. except through local management. understood to be planning to rebuild came a Friend.INTERMEDIATE. Jules Simon.

r. Y'".' ",:,;>,'":: Whereupon 300 deles the Hongkong and Pacific bases. AND SENIOR TOPIC-
,.,;s;:" ,'.<::':, %< gates from those According to Jane's Fighting Jesus Meets My Greatest Needs.

i iF 1 plants in ten cities Ships, authoritative naval yearbook, Jesus YOUNG Meets PEOPLE Our.Deepest AND ADULT Need. TOPIC-

Miss tREE : met in Flint, Mich., the United States has 83 warships

:V i:'" -Ji and granted to a under construction or planned; Life, light, water, bread are ele-

I LEEF 1: /, .t < "board of strategy Italy, 66; France, 43; Germany, 39; mental, fundamental things. Life GENUINE :
_, ; ':) ; power to order a Japan, 38.Though must come from God. But it can i I
:
says- acv ; general strike. The no figures were given for exist only where there is light, and QUICK-ACTING

h J;)t'1 4 board is headed by soviet Russia, it is known the Reds only God gives light.It .

I i I f [,"'Y..;,} :::,;;.. Homer Martin, international are planing to launch a sea pro- is therefore a blessed and significant I BAYER ASPIRIN f
', : "" '
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\'CAPUDItErelieves $i:' : : /: ,:' ,':,:1 president gram which will bring their naval fact that Jesus was de-

,, r..,>;>.,:;:.:;.,:<':,:.$..?,;.. ,;.'; of the United Auto- strength up to that of their land clared to be the life of men. He
Edward F. mobile Workers of forces, now the largest in the world. also says of himself that he is the 1A TABLET!

; McGrady America one of the Information in Washington says "light of the world" (John 9:5) ;
i e ADACHE Lewis C. 1. O. un- the United States has and will have "the bread of life" (John 6:35): In

quicker because ions. Ten of the corporation's plants under construction 95 warships. It our lesson today we see Him as the

already were closed by sit-down expects to increase its personnelby one who gives "living water" (v. Tablets''

it's liquid... strikes and walkouts, and 37,000 of almost 10 per cent and build upa 10). Dissolve Bayer Almost .

its employees were idle. strong naval reserve. The ships The incident at Jacob's well in
E'
i avieatfy c1re InstantlyIn 0)
Edward F. McGrady, assistant will include light and heavy cruisers Sychar took place when Jesus,

secretary of labor, who has spent destroyers, and submarines. leaving Jerusalem because of in- 2 seconds by stop
three months in futile effort to stop creasing hindrance to his work, watch a genuine
BAYER Aspirin tablet
i Man as Nature the maritime walkout on the Pacific President on Child Labor ,goes up to Galilee. Unlike his Jew- starts to disintegrate Ste I'

i ,Nature is under law; man has to coast, hurried back to Washingtonto ish brethren, who detoured around and go to work. Drop a I

I subject himself to law:, take a hand in the General Mo- and Starvation Wages the land of the hated "halfbreed"Samaritans Bayer a glass Aspirin of water.tablet into By- tl4

tors strike. After reporting to Sec- ELIMINATION of child labor, he "must needs go the time It hits the bot-
i Perkins this chief mediator ', tom of the glass It Is ;
retary hours and starvation through Samaria, for there was a disintegrating. .
What ,
Poorly Nourished Women- held a conference with John L. Lewis. wages is a necessity, and must sin-sick soul that needed him. happens in this glass

They Just Can't Hold Up Miss Perkins already had discussed be carried out by the federal gov- Space will not, permit a full con- .stomach.. happens. In you

Are you getting proper nourish- the situation with Lewis, ernment since it cannot be done by sideration of all the beauty and the

ment from your food, and restful seeking data on which conciliation state action. So declared President i depth of spiritual truth found in

sleep? A poorly nourished body could be recommended, though she Roosevelt in his press conference.He this story.I. For Amazingly Quick Relief

just can't hold up. And as for that said this would not be undertakenat warned the correspondents not A Sinner Tactfully Approached Get Genuine Bayer AspirinYou

run-down feeling, that nervous fatigue once. ,to say he was planning to revive (vv. 7-15).
,-don't neglect it! The auto workers in their Flint the' NRA and insisted all he could Every Christian .is by his very can now get Genuine BAYER

Cardui for lack of appetite, poor meeting, besides creating the boardof say at present was that something calling a soul-winner. We dare not' ASPIRIN for virtually 1, a tabletat

i' digestion and nervous fatigue, has strategy with power to call a should be done to fix maximum delegate this responsibility to the any drug store. ,

been recommended by mothers to strike, approved of eight demandson hours and minimum wages. pastor or missionary. As soulwinners Two full dozen now, in a flat

daughters-women: to womenforover the corporation ranging from rec-, Since the day of the NRA, said we are vitally interested in pocket tin, for 25,1 Try this new

fifty years. ognition of their union to higher Mr. Roosevelt, there has been a our Lord's approach to this woman package. Enjoy the real Bayerarticlenowwithoutthoughtof

;, Try it! Thousands of women testify wages and shorter hours. They also steady decline in child labor, gruel- who was far from God, apparently price I
Cardui helped them. Of course if it does committee
appointed a to negotiatewith
\ not benefit YOU consult a physician. the ing hours and starvation wages by hopelessly involved in sinful associ- Do this especially if you want

corporation. 90 per cent of American business.As ations, a citizen of a hostile nation quick relief from a bad headache

William S. Knudsen, executive for the other 10 per cent, he and an adherent of another reli- neuritis or neuralgia pains. Note
A Noble Mind
vice president of General Motors, said, they were still failing to live gious faith. ,illustration above, and reniember.'J'
A noble mind disdains not to
declared the company never would up to the best standards since the By asking a favor of her he tact- BAYER ASPIRIN works fast.
', I repent.Pope.i agree to collective bargaining on a death of the NRA. fully placed himself (as does any
f national basis and, despite strikes, petitioner) for the moment, on her And ask for it by its full name -

i i would cpntinue to produce automo- Mellon Offers Great Art own plane. He was not a distant, BAYER ASPIRIN-not by the

biles as long as possible.The learned religious leader deigning to name"aspirin"alone when you buy.

prime object of the C. I. O. is Collection to Nation cast a bit of religious philosophyto Get it next time you want quick

I organization of the steel industry, ANDREW W. MELLON; Pitts- her. He was a tired, thirstyman relief.

and the crisis in the automotive in- burgh and for- asking for a drink of water.
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dustry was not expected by Lewis mer secretary of the treasury, has But he was more! He was the FORA

and his associates or wanted at this offered to present to the nation his gracious Son of God, ready to give DOZEN

time. However magnificent art collection the water of-life. '
I they are giving the 2 FULLC 4
valued at C
auto workers their full DOZEN s+
support, mor- II. A Moral Problem Faced (vv.
ally and financially. VAy $23,000,000, together 16-18).
$ I: Virtuallylea
r with a $9,000,000
t. One speak knowingly of the
t.. building for its hoes may tablet
Milburn L. Wilson Gets promises of God's Word, and may
ing in Washington
t
; F understand the "way of salvation,"
Rex Tugwell's Place LOOK FOR THE BAYER CROSSA
s Yt .r and a fund for its
49 u but will find and
one never
t' peace
M ILBURN L. WILSON of Montana w maintenance and in
joy until there is 'a frank and open
l-" who has been serving as 2:, ,ij' crease. The offer is
facing of sin, in the life. Let us Reflection
assistant of made through Presi-
an secretary agricul-
, make no mistake at this point, for Scowl at the world 'and it will
, ture, has been made undersecretaryof dent Roosevelt, with
the moral law of God is the same
M
iN Rn scowl at
{t [R Y aI OUSTER the department to succeed Rex- whom Mr. Mellon far-off you.
it on that day
now as was
ford G. Tugwell, resigned. Wilson's haS been in correspondence -
Andrew when Jesus brought the woman of
post was given to Harry L. Brown, V and conference -
Mellon Samaria face to face with her own DISCOVEREDWay
a dirt farmer who rose from herds- on the mat-

SMALL SIZE El LARGE SIZE man on an Iowa hog farm to be di- ter. ,It will be submitted to congress sin.III.
: 60c S $1.20 rector of Georgia's agricultural extension with the President's favorable .,A ,Theological Problem.Solvedvv. to Relieve CoughsQUICKLY

service. recommendation.The ( 19-24).

William H. Moran retired as chiefof Mellon collection, part of Possibly in an effort to evade her

the secret service with the closeof which is stored in the Corcoran art I moral problem by theological discussion IT'S BY relieving both irritated tissues of the
\' @RANp' -,; the year and was succeeded by gallery in Washington, includes (a common practice in our throat and bronchial tubes. One set of ingredients
HONEY & TAR quickly
in FOLEY'S
"- A recognized! Remedy for Rheumatic Frank J. Wilson, whose detective many paintings of highest impor- I day, too!), and partly because of relieves tickling hacking couching/ coats .-

*nd Neuritis sufferers. A perfect Blood work was largely responsible for the tance and some,fine works of sculp- her ignorance of true worship, she and soothes irritated throat linings to keep you the ;' '', '

Purifier. Makes thin Blood Rich and conviction of Al Capone, on incometax ture. Lord Duveen of Milbank, headof asks a question about al,, controversial from blood coughing.reaches Another the affected set actually bronchial enters tubes (

, i Healthy. Builds Strength and Vigor. evasion charges. a celebrated art firm, its 'matter relating to outward cer- loosens phlegm helps break up cough andspuds
Always Effective '. Why suffer says recovery. Check a cough due to a cold
.4 .. Charles T. Fisher, Jr., resignedas actual value is over $50,000,000. emony. Is it not a singular thing before it gets worse, before others catch it.
ATCALUC.GOODCDRUG!JSTORESr a director of the Reconstruction how men who know nothing of spiritual Check it with FOLEY'S" HONEY &; TAR.
relief and speeded-up recovery
'It gives Quick
Finance corporation to become Chang Gets Ten Years life delight in the propagation
and defense of organizations, and in
banking commissioner of Michigan.He .
BLACKMA1 had been with the RFC since but Is Pardoned the conduct of outward religious ex- When HEADACHEIs

its creation. MARSHAL CHANG HSUEH- ercises?

who kidnaped Gene- True worship is revealed (v. 23) Due To ConstipationOften

II STOCKan POULTRY MEDICINES Herbert Hitchcock New ralissimo Chiang Kai-shek, dictatorof as being (1) "In spirit." We do one of the first-felt effectsof

Are Reliable China, and then repented, was not cast Aside all external helps to constipation is a headache. Takea
South Dakota Senator courtmartialed at Nanking and but real worship
sen- worship, goes dose or two of purely vegetable
vr Blackman's Medicated Lick TOM BERRY, before retiring tenced to ten years in prison. How- through and beyond both place and Black-Draught!

'A-Erik the governorship of South ever, the government listened to symbol to real soul-communion with That's the sensible wayrelievethe

Dakota, appointed Herbert Hitch- Chiang's plea for mercy and agreedto God (2) "In truth." Sham, superstition constipation. Enjoy the refresh-

3V Blackman's Stock Powder cock of Mitchell, S. D., to fill out give Chang a full pardon. The hypocrisy, have no place in Ing relief which thousands of people

DV Blackman's Cow Tonic the term of the late Senator Peter government rejected for the third true worship. We can worship in have reported from the use of Black-

3V Blackman's Hog Powder ,Norbeck. The new senator is Demo- time Chiang's.resignation of his.mil- truth only when we really know Draught. Sold In 25 cent packages.BLAKa .

!3V Blackman's Poultry Tablets cratic state 'chairman and his appointment itary and civil posts. the truth. MacLaren rightly said,
brings the Democratic There was much speculation in "The God to whom men attain by bUCHT
t 9V Blackman's Powder
:: Poultry membership of the senate to 76, the Shanghai on probable political re any other path than his historical

\ : Highest Quality-Lowest Pric highest party total in history. The adjustments. One newspaper pre- revelation of himself is a dim, color- A GOOD

; .; Satisfaction Guaranteed or Republicans now number 16. dicted the early dismissal of six less abstraction, a peradventure, an

, !,: back Mr. Hitchcock was born in Ma- so-called pro-Japanese officials of object of fear or hope, as may be,
your money quoketa, Ia., in 1867 and was educated the national government and the but not of knowledge." Truly spoke LAXATIVE'V

BUY FROM YOUR DEALER at Anamosa, Davenport and appointment of a number of left. Jesus "We know what we wor- F

c. Chicago. He went to Mitchell in wingers. ship" (v. 22).

BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO. 1894 and was admitted to the bar IV. The Messiah Declared (vv.

Chattanooga,Tenn. two years later. He was presidentof Nebraska's Unicameral 25, 26;. ,
the school board in his home Jesus honors this poor fallen WHEN kidneys function badly and
town for ten years and state's at- Legislature Opens suffer a nagging backache,
woman by making to her his first
S NEBRASKA'S unicameral with dizziness, burning, scanty or too
torney four years. He served as A declaration of himself as the Mes- and
urination getting at
state senator in 1909 1911, and 1929. legislature, uniqu3 in the Unit- frequent up
siah. He is the high and exaltedone night when you feel tired nervous,
;
ed States about to
its
was begin but he is at the same time the all upset. use Dean's Pills.Doan's .
Naval Treaty Expires first session, Gov. R. L. Cochran de- especially for
poorly
I ; friend of sinners. To the learned are
clared politics was out. He discouraged working kidneys. Millions of boxesare
Building Race Is On ruler of the Jews, Nicodemus, he
party caucuses among the 'spoke of the new birth. To the used every year. They are recom-
AT THE close of 1936 the Washington members and said he would haveno mended the country over. Ask your
of Samaria he declareshis
woman
and London naval treat- spokesman in the legislature.The poor neighbor!

. AGENTSMedicine ies expired and a great naval construction governor pointed out that the Messiahship.And -
' she forthright left her water
race started, the constitution provides that the
among one-
Agents: Splendidnewblooduver,
and went to bring others to him.
kidney tonic. Big repeater. Low price. powers. Great Britain got off well house chamber' shall be nonpartisan pot
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The PastI Disciplining the QuintsDr. Fillmore, "LuxuryLovingMonster
A. R. Dafoe, physician of
the Dionne quintuplets, finds soli- ," Brought in Tub
: T IS because so much of the tary confinement more effective

past still exists in our lives than physical punishment for I Uncritical writers are fond of
that it is so dear 'to us shaping child behavior. The phy- observing that Millard Fillmorewas
These are compensations for the sician made this statement in an the most uninspiring and
loss of youth and fresh impres- interview: least impressive of all Presidents.
sions; and one learns little by "We are taking rigorous stepsto But he did one big thing for
little that a thing is not over see that the quints are not the country. He introduced the
"\ because it is not happeningwith spoiled," he said. "If one of them bathtub to official and polite so-
noise and shape or outward misbehaves she is isolated from ,ciety.

sign; its roots are in our the others. This method has : Eighty-five years ago, a Cincinnati -
hearts; and every now and then worked so effectively that now I merchant imported one
they send forth a shoo which when one of the quints is led from England and Fillmore hada
blossoms and bears fruits still. toward the door she immediatelyceases chance at it, and then he ordered
-Anne Ritchie. to misbehave." Dr. Dafoe the war department to call for
advocates early disciplining of bids. In 1851 the White 'House
( : Great minds, erect.their rav children. "The time to begin educating bathtub was installed and Fill-
"
,J. er-failing trophies on the firm child is
a shortly after more was denounced as an unholy -
base of mercy.-Massinger. ,birth, not when it is four or five plutocrat, a luxury-loving
years old." monster-Tulsa! World.


Roll Call in CongressThere What a Drop! Dress Designers in ParisAll

is that the The world record for the
no requirement delayed designers of note in Parisare
roll be called at the beginning of parachute jump is held by by no means French. In Paris -
f each day's session in either houseof Victor Evessev, U. S. S. R. army there are several streets
Sheep Get Right of Way in Belfast. congress. It is called at the pilot, at Moscow Airport on October whose names have made fashion

1! Prepared: by the National Geographic Society. neys, punctuated only by the nar- opening of the term to ascertain 11, 1933. This pilot jumped. history-the Place Vendome, the
Washington D. C.-WNU Service.THE rowing arms of Belfast lough with whether all ,the states are repre- from a height of 23,616 feet and Rue de la Paix, and the streets
.1 industrial and cultural call is directedby dropped feet
sented, and 'roll 23,124 before pulling
that criss-cross
I
its shipyards, unfold like the fan of them. In these
W, of Northern Ireland is the speaker of the house or the the ripcord of his parachute, mak- streets
.
some giantess.In are nondescript four and
r?., Belfast, so appropriately president of the senate before an ing a normal landing. His fall five
Belfast story gray stone buildings
nicknamed "Lin- you see no tenementsor ,
action requiring a two-thirds vote. took 132 seconds.
i large buildings housing several but they carry over their door-
"
enopolis. "A very young city, For the rest of the time a roll
families. Each family ,has its in-, ways magic names Molyneux,
I told those English residents -
by _
you are call may be had whenever any SelfHelpIf .
t : who reckon a settlement's age dividual home. You see no "slum" member cares to raise the pointof mankind, as the totality of Chanel, Lanvin, Schiaparelli, Vi-
instead of sections, in the strict sense of the onnet. and others. Schiaparelli is
.in centuries They
II years. no quorum, if a substantial mi- self-conscious creatures, does not
remind visitors that during the Mid- word. In this respect the city is nority supports his request. It requires help itself, no one helps it. If we an Italian, Molyneux an Englishman -
,I .' dIe ages Belfast was a minor castle exceptional, considering its size 35'minutes to call the roll will not help our brothers, no one and Mainbocher is from Ne-

on the outskirts of important Car- and Farther preponderance from the of river wageworkers., as in the house; in the senate, consid- will. Neither, the gods nor time braska, U:. S. A.-Chicago Tribune -
I; rickfergus. you erably less time. will help' them.-G. von Gizyck. .
near the outskirts, the houses are
Situated near the head of a lough,
: -or inlet, a dozen miles from the larger and more detached. Many
1< ,
1', ,sea, where a little tributary joined have little gardens and hedges. Be- 4j ..,,.,) : r } } '
J the River Lagan at a.ford, Belfast fore reaching Stormont, you notice ?
derived its name from its position.Bel several conspicuously beautiful

: or beal meant an entrance, a places with spacious lawns sur- .
.',. mouth, while fearsad was a sand- rounding them.
On a sloping hillside in the,
i' bank.
'. center of a large park stands the
In those early days Belfast sometimes -
another imposing white limestone Parlia-
was referred to by
it too- ment building, a present to Northern -
I" name, and a whopper was,
Ireland from the British
: govern-
Ballycoonegalgie!
,
,ment. For those who the
I So shallow and twisty was the object to
four-mile trip-to and from the city,
River that
i mouth of the Lagan even
\ the smallest craft could not reach attractive new homes have been

I the town except at high water. Nevertheless erectea nearby.
Back in Belfast, one finds the
i it once was an important
I JTiilitary position for maneuvering city's magnetic appeal lies in its ,.,,. rw+/ Sk/.r'%J <
: armies of the continually warring industries. Linen and shipbuildingare ,.. %4' ;;tp.ka4rkp.
factions. undeniably paramount, but

; Seeing Belfast now it is difficult rope-making, cigarette and flour
manufacture, and distilling also are
tc realize it was given as a present
to Sir Arthur Chichester when he important.The .
.' "\ was made governor of Carrickfergus ropeworks has its lure, and
by Essex in 1604. Rightly you are conducted over the most in- .rr p .r
,
;' enough, he is considered the teresting portions of the many acres
founder of the city and today motor of plant.
cars speed over the creosote-block Your eyes travel over bale upon
surface of an important street bear- bale of a dirty brown fiber imported -
ing his name. Then the town could from India, Russia, Italy,
boast but five muddy lanes and and Belgium. They stand ready to
about 500 inhabitants.A be transformed into cordage, rang-
quarter of a century later, Lord ing from the heaviest anchor ropeto
Deputy Wentworth gave the trade binder twine and ordinary string.
Yoi/ on into other acre-area <' .: .,
:. of the "port" its first major stimulus pass -" '
when he purchased from the departments where men sort, clean, IUiI '. ;: ; .' ,': .l;;, :

corporation of Carrickfergus the spin, braid, and twist hemp, flax, :'\-",
"right' of importing certain commodities ''and cotton. Long lines of noisy
at one-third of the duties machines suggest vast armies drilling -
:'-, 'payable at other places." During -drilling. to double-quick time.

..' the linen industry boom of the 1780s, I Making Trawl. Nets. 't t

," work winding was, shallow'channel started on dredging through a section You are devoted glad to to reach the making tha quiet of : e' $ 0' ft' 'e

trawl nets used "drifters" the
three miles of mudbanks to the by
J' :lough proper. The result was mag- world over, especially in the ''North
ical. !Atlantic food fish regions. Each
GROUND GilP TIRES
';, Growth of Textile Industry. individual fisherman has his par-
In less than a generation the linen ticular idea as to sizes and shapes, f''c., ,
; export figures increased 300 per and these vary widely in different ;
cent! Also the manufacture of cot- localities. This variety, and the '
ton goods developed, and in 1800 it gradual change, from top to bot- GROUND GRIP TIRES and proved the' Ground Grip' - -was estimated 27,000 people were tom, in the size of the mesh, makeit .,' .. I .
employed in that industry within a necessary to manufacture these bring a new freedom to the Tire under the worst, possible ,-
ten-mile radius of Belfast. r.ets entirely by hand.It .
Although shipbuilding had been is surprising how quickly girlsare farmer-freedom tog 0 weather and road conditions. '
carried on in a small way since able to turn out one of these
early times, the completion of the unwieldy fish catchers which may anywhere, any time, in any This tire is so different in
'. the middle measure 100 feet from its "wings"to
r waterway project by' of
-l the century naturally stimulated its tip. The nets are finally"thoroughly weather. No longer do bad design and so superior in

'this industry, too. Belfast reached immersed in a tar bath for
roads, snow and thaws mean performance that a patent on it
its majority when it was created 'a protection from the action of salt

-city in 1888 and today it boasts a water. isolation. was issued by the United States --
population comparable to that of The ropewalks where three

Kansas City, Missouri. strands are twisted into rope are In deep snow, mud or, sand, Patent Office.The heavy rubber
Stormont, where the resplendent most interesting, though nowadays
-new Parliament building stands, is they are being replaced by improved Firestone Ground Grip Tires lugs of the tread are without
about four miles from Belfast. On patented machinery which
your way there you cross one of the takes up less room and requires go right through without equal for traction. They take-- ---

four bridges which span the Lagan fewer operators. -- "
.and enter the section which is in When sailing ships ruled the spinning or stalling you can hold and keep going where ,
County Down; the main part of the waves, almost every seacoast town
city is in County Antrim. I had its own ropewalk, some a quar- always get to town. other tires get stuck and you
Rows and rows of workers' ter of, a mile long. In Belfast there
houses line the side streets. Made were about a dozen, but by 1880 The Firestone Ground Grip don't need chains
.of brick and all of one type, they most of this business ''was handledby
/ are only about twelve feet wide. a single company closely affili- Tire was developed to overcome Don't let bad roads and bad
''The door ated with the indus-
onto shipbuilding
opens a narrow
the difficulties of winter weather isolated thistransportation
:staircase, to the left of which is the try. Most of the smaller works disappeared keep you
living room with a fireplace. and gradually the rope
the farm. winter. See nearby
... To see the different styles you demand lessened as steamships on your

.look down each cross street. Some supplanted the sailing vessels. Firestone engineers, working Firestone Implement Dealer,
rows are perfectly plain, of yellow The advent of the reaping ma-
': brick; many are of red; some have I. chine literally saved the day for under the personal direction of Firestone_ Tire Dealer or
:little porches, others simply a protruding rope-makers and now their largest
r entranceway. But all are'&J. volume of business is with Canada, Harvey S. Firestone oh: "his Firestone Auto Supply and
in groups, like quintuplets or oc- the United States and South America -
'.J., ,tuplets; never one with a design all to whom they supply twine for Columbiana, Ohio, farm, tested ,Service Store today.
its own. binding grain sheaves.
These are for the greater part Shipbuilding now is a very vital
the abodes of shipbuilders and rope- factor in the city's life. Such linersas
with
Listen to the Voice of Firestone featuring Richard Crooks- Margaret
makers, for this is a city of industrial the Titanic, the Olympic, and the
r workers. Their homes spread Britannic were constructed in Bel- Speaks, Monday evenings over Nationwide N. B. C. Red Network

'. fanlike in all directions, encroaching fast, and during the World war the
: F.j upon and, in many instances, plants proved of inestimable valuetc
,
;;; even completely engulfmg the pre the Allies. The two giant ship- -
.
tentious mansions of captains of in- building concerns have prospered r :qJ TTRAct.rON; flRg I V'R: fitft*1
dustry. From Cave hill on the under the very unusual circum- __ .
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', northwestern outskirts of the city, stance of having to import not only Copyright 1937,Firestone Tiro A Rubber Co.j .
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I .;. .NN. .N..N.NIN.N.N.......................N.ININ.N.N.N.N.N.....,..+ I In the first paragraph he tells us I I--Deposits- The Clewiston News ).:

I I .?. .*' to beware of censorship. He says he,I Subject to' ., J. m. CO USE .

: Personal I Mention iit :: who destroys a book kills reason Itself -: Check.$178,325.10 .;,;
State, County -
!!. kills the image of God as it I Published every Friday in Clewiston, Counselor and Attorney at Law .:

:........................ ............ ................................ ....................:.. were in the eye. !I and Municipal De-- Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, ,.;,
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Mrs. Floyd M. Sathre spent the In the second paragraph he ex-] posits ...... 114,931.31: Inc. Hopkins Building '

week-end with Mr. Sathre In Miami. plains good and evil. To him they are Time Certifi-' .Wednesdays and Saturdays ;
I inseparable, they are interwoven in'' cites of Keathley Bowden, Editor 9:80 to'4:00

Deposit .... 57.00Cashier's ,.r
resemblances. Because of the
Jones Bryant visited relatives In many S .. ..1
doom in which Adam fell he knew Entered as second class mail matter \ .'
Tampa over the week-tnd. I ... 614.65',. ;1
Checks
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good by evil.Milton's February 1, 1927, at the Post ,'0.
(Due to Other
conception of virtue was,! Office in Clewiston, Florida, under 'f

". the Mr.week-end and Mrs.in C.Miami.L. Downs spent positive, not negative. He said: "I ject Banks to Sub-Check, None the Act of March 3, 1897. L. B. Mershon .::.
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., cannot praise a fugitive and cloister- Due to other I' ;:

Mr. and Mrs.-C. E. Lear and Mrs. ed virtue, unexercised and unbreath-I Banks on Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. AGENT ..

H. C. Avant were visitors In Fort I ed, that never sallies out and seeks I Cert if i-' Advertising rates on application. .;

'Myers Thursday. !I her adversary". Liberty to him meant i I cates of New York Life '. '. S

everything. I Deposit... None 293,928.06

I I tells that virtue is Bills Payable .................... S Non Devoted to the advancement .and Insurance Company :
he us
i Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry and Lastly ;
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None welfare of Clewiston and
'I Notes and Bills Rediscounted HenJry
the week-end in ,gotten by knowledge and survey in :
I 'son Tampa.H., Billy. spent I this world. All this can be obtained' Bonds Borrow ............ None County. ARCADIA, FLORIDA.-./ ;::.1 t.


I through books if .they. are properly TOTAL ....................$345,765.64U. '1.t 1
T. Vaughn has been transferred read .t
S. Government a'id Other Se-
to work at Canal Point by the -Ethel Willis. .:
curities carried at $57,500, are pledged -
United States Sugar Corporation. :
,I Sports- to secure Public Deposits and for
NORGE REFRIGERATORS
I The Clewiston High School boys other purposes, as required or per- Z'izini ,Y,
Mr. and Mrs. John Fourmey arrived i s! have been practicing basketball for mitted by law. Fl.01UDAm Furniture and Home Furnishings :.

here Sunday to make their two weeks under the sup-
the past STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY OF ;

home. :Ii I I ervision of Coach Morrison.We I HENDRY, SS: + PHILCO RADIOS ,',1 i

i are hoping to have a very successful I I, Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier of :
and Mrs. N. C. Storey of Mi-
Mr. ;
abovenamed'Dank ..
the do solemnly Household .
Furnishings
ami, visited Mr., and Mrs. H. H. year. I mW
:t Sixth Gr.nlo Spelling Honor Roll- swear that the above statement is .;?i
Ii J Turner Tuesday and Wednesday. 'I Hooker, true to the best of my knowledge and gJ"JB ; Inc. S '...'
I. James Brewer, Egbert Q1; '"
belief, and that it is in response to
I
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Rawlings re-,I Pearl Bembry, Janice Brantley, Glor- BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA ;
official notice to report by the Comp-
." turned to their home in Orlando Sat-,I McDuffie, Beatrice Pratt and Anne Him 9100,1. ,
troller of the State of Florida. ,
urday after a visit of several days i Pafford. )
in school who are ex- ELBERT L. STEWART, QJ; '.'11
with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Munroe. Those high I ,.

i empt in all subjects are: Louise Cashier.CORRECTATTEST. ,......................................................... .MN. ..........N N... ... .. ..'J\:

Mrs. H. A. Avant, Miss Bernice' Leiter, Dicky Patterson, J. D. Hooker -1 [ ;:.

O'Neal and H. H. Avant visited Mrs.] Bill Owen and Bobby Patterson. C. V. PARKINSON, ,'.
riiiA
Hubert Land in West Palm Beach R. E. KURTZ, ':
mention should be given Ed
I Special I JOHN S. COTTRELL, Good FarmLand r
Sunday.Mr. Clark, Ethel Willis, Billie Hooker, I Directors. 'Jl'' '!
___ I
and Gladys Willis for being exemptin ,
\ Subscribed and sworn to before me
and Mrs. E. J. Rogero wel'ei
five subjects. this 8th day of January 1937. "
.
called to Hallandale Saturday by the
Can You Imagine:- ELBERT L. STEWART,
death' of Mr. Rogero's father, J. A. Francis Wright not being exempt? Notary Public, State of

Rogero. I Edward VonMach winking at a Florida at Large. My Com-

I girl? mission Expires Aug. 28, for Rent
,Mrs. Gratton George, Mrs. G. '
E'I Owen Winn making "A" in de- 1940. .
Etherton and Miss Cora Mae Bra I
I portment? Stop at the
Palm
ley were shoppers in West I
I Martha Nell Alston being on time NOTICEI .i
Beach Wednesday.
-
-- tlotet 'Patricia
for school? I

Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Olin Carleton I What' -Mr. Herring said Tuesday I will be at the places named

Mrs. M. S. Ludekens and Mrs. W. F.i: night when he found that his car was I and dated below for the purpose of

Beach 'I assessing real estate personal and 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE
Simpson were :West Palm visitors stuck? I
intangible property, for the
year I
Wednesday.Mrs. I Marie Robinson not falling down? 1 Trespassers
1937. Please meet me with a correct
Mr.' Morrison 'giving an easy ex- descriptio' not all property owned by All Outside Rooms With Will BeProsecuted
Grover Poole, Mrs. J. F. Mc- ?
am
you, or as agent.If Private Bath
Lure, Jr., and Mrs. W. F. Jenkins of you are entitled to Homestead

;. Canal Point were visitors here COMMUNITY CHURCH Exemption, it will be necessary for COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
I
: Thursday afternoon. I you to apply for it, as iris a law re- t '

Sunday School 9:45 a. m. (Mrs I quirement. I have the blanks and Overlooking Biscayne Bay

Mrs. A. W. Lawrence has been Lawler's class will be taught by J. will be glad to assist you in filling fIi -
Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and :
working in the Moore Haven post- E. Beardsley.) them out.Please I

office for several days this week u- Junior Church 10:30 a. m.I' call at my office or any "of .;, Business Section. II I

fcisting; the new postmaster there, S.I' Evening Service 7:30 p. m. the places named below. THANKS.Ft. I

fi? :-9- C. Stalls. Sermon Topic by Dr. D. J. Williams Denaud (Duvals'' Store) Fri- RATES Cleviston'I
day A. M., January 29th.
"_____ "The Compelling Power of_
Felda (School House) Monday A.
Mrs. G. S. Mobley returned Wednesday Faith." M., February. 1st. $1.50 Single I Realty And

from a visit of several daysin Music:' Prelude-Fling. Wide the Clewiston Hall
City
( ) Tuesday A. I :
.
Palm Beach. She was accompanied Gates. M., February 2nd.. $2.50 Double I

home by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Anthem: 0, Rest In the Lord, Hookers Point (Mr. Nail's) Tuesday -' I DevelopmentCompany !

'.' W. L. Mobley, of Jacksonville, who choir with tenor solo by Frank P. M., February 2nd. Special Family, Weekly & I

; will visit here for the next two weeks. Wiight.Offertory.. LaBelle (Court House) After :Monthly RatesS. I

,F.. ..-Integer Vitae. February 4th. III

'"<1 Quartet-Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. DENNIS SMALL, D. McCREARY, Proprietor I II
Assessor of Taxes
Hendrj I
,;W. C. Prewitt, R. N. Smith and J. . . . .... *.*. [F
County. I C N.N1N NN. .***M iN.NNN. .NVH. ******.NM N. t*
.
J I Schoolews |1E. Beardsley.The S

; choir will begin work next
( .
. I week on the Easter cantata-The
I.J I.
Editor ____..............:...._Ethel WillisAss't
1 WORTHY GRAND MATRON
O'Neal
Editor Bernice
I OF O. E. S. TO VVISIT
Sports Editor ._..__-LeRoy Har

Advisor ....Miss Dorothy Lockhart
I t i .(Moore Haven Democrat SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDSRecord

Mrs, Ethel Turner, of St. Petersburg -

,. First Grade News- 1: Worthy Grand Matron of the <

We are happy to have two new Grand Chapter, Order Eastern Star

, pupils added to the first grade. Jew4
af 4 Florida, will pay her annual offi- '
; ette Golden is from Moultrie, Ga., \
: cal visit to the local chapter on Monday ( ../

';1 and Eugene Knight from Jacksonville evening, January 18. ,; I\ .'...'J. ..'...";.,.. I" .'.. .,.'C"...' .. ,.,,>:o..,!.'.. ,.,, of Dividends of

...;: Florida. ( Clewiston Home Building Association ..
:
We are very sorry to report the absence '

, of Jackie Redish and R. C. ; : ..:.\ J--", ''''''' > .": r'r.f' ..,;,.
".' :' .'''. : ;: '"' RATE RATE ,
Ballard. G.. O. BREWSTEIt, M. D.Eje : ;

\:, The reading honor roll for the .>..:M-5; .: ...' t.l":. YEAR PERCENT YEAR PERCENT:
: first grade is as follows: Mary Katherine Ear, Nose and Throat I : I.. : '

Dyess, Virginia Turner, Mary t :': :'; 61
:r"4 At Dr. S. J. Simmon's office .< CjJ .. 1928 5.5 1933
./ Ruth Johnson, Carline Berner, Betty .;- ... .' :, '
. Belle Glade S 1 6
.. I 1929 7 I 1934
; Lou Emrich, and Clifford Beatty. ,
:

...: Second Grade Spelling Honor Roll- Every Monday -:-, Glasses
Clarence Styles, Billy Maynard, ... :, .
,
r 1 Bobby Maynard, Berkley Ivey, Wil- '. .t':' i' ,. .!",..(;: ;.::.. 'tt. I :::'. > I 1931 I 4 .-. .I 1936. ', .6.' .

liam McCracken, Charles Benbow, I I ... 1932 6. ',' .' i
Gilbert McCloud, Gene Mills, Ruth '
t < .. ; '
, Emrich, Grace Ward, Jacqueline| ,:; : t : : ) ;
<. S Bledsoe, Peggy Lawler, Louise Prew- THE FIRST OF THE BANK CONDITION OF CLEWIS-J OF:f ::>:;;.5; ?{) g' : r' ,

: itt, Harriet Alston, Jo Ann Crouch, TON, AT CLEWISTON, IN THE . '
Mary Ellen Smith, Patricia Bailey, STATE OF FLORIDA AT TilE i CALL BY THE HOME

,. Faith Lou Mitchell, Dorothy Mitchell CLOSE OF BUSINESS : ; '.' '., .'.. '" ,

A Nancy Wright, Janice Norton and ER :31, 19J5G.: .DECE\fn.1 '.. ", ::, BUILDING OFFICE FIRST

: \ June Espenlaub. RESOURCES < Invest your savings for safety and a good ,,: THING TOMORROW AND
' Third Grade News- Loans and Discounts ....? 51,2 37.60

."i Overdrafts ............ NoneU. return. Home Building has never paid :."., TALK THINGS OVER. ::/
.
:welcome: two new pupils. They are Ovlda .gations-Direct S. Government OblI-and dividends of less than 4 percent per year. :Y: :' ::.....

. Johnson from Lake Harbor and ...... "
Fully Guaranteed 68,900.00County In these of reduced interest f
5 James Cooley from Fort Myers. and Municipal days on savings ;::d;" ./

We are constructing a Chine village. Bonds .......................... 20,000.00All accounts and reduced returns on other {" .'{:' .
5: This project grew cut of our Other. Bonds, County .
"" study of the yellow race. School Warrants .... 2,288.60 forms of investment Home Building offers GV',

2 Spelling honor roll: Esther Brewer Banking House, Furni- the conservative thrifty investor the investment -,. -'
ture and Fixtures ....' 5,450.35Other ,
Wilma Jean Tingle, Emily Joyce
Real best suited his needs. In- S
.. Bullen, Ogie Arnett, James Cooley. Estate Own- to
ed ................................ 7,484.10
J... Noley Geiger, Onida Johnson, Nora Cash on Hand and Due vestigate Clewiston Home Building Asso-

';'. i Oglesby, David Belcher, Mayme from Banks ..............._ 190,404.99 ciation whether intend
:.c :/ Johnson and Shirley Moon. ; you investing as CLEWISTON1ittle
.
',': The Virtue of Books Milton TOTAL ....................$345,765.64 as $5.00 per month or as much as
.. ; Milton defended the liberty of the LIABILITIES HOME BUILDING

...:'; press. When he wrote this prose Capital Stock Paid In, 1000.00: a lump sum, you'll find a

{; tract no book could be legally pub- Common ......................$ 15,000.00 Home adapted to ASSOCIATION.
Building
+!; lished until it had been passed by Surplus Fund ................ 20,000.00 program yourrequirements. PHONES 102-103

1Z censors appointed by the govern-!lTtndlvlded. Profits (Less ,
Exp nses and Taxes

11 .. ment. He violated this-regulation. I I Paid) ...............-......... 5,268.64 .'

.... When he was called upon to account,l Reserve Fund ....:........... 11568.94. .: :., -:'" .. I ,
'
he produced "The Virtue of Books". '
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THE CLE\VISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 15., 1937

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I [ One of the Best Things ,',


0 in Life Is Moral VictoryTo
.6.QI3
BRIGHT STAR *
demand victory without an

antagonist is to demand something I

Y@QJ with no meaning If you
take all the evil out of the world r

you will remove the possibility c
MARY SCHUMANN "" of the best thing in life. That :,
By ,-: :\: "
,
.
TOAY
[ ) does
: .- not mean that evil is good. I

What one means by calling a thing ,
good is that the spirit rests per-

fJJJ1ll manently with it l
Copyright l>r Macrae Smith Co. WNU 8rrlo { Mtim. own sake. content for its :

1fL K0 ABOUff Evil is precisely that with which :

SYNOPSISKezia the fashion of the time.' His bear- He was standing by the chiffonier no spirit can rest content; and \

ing had an 'alien elegance which one elbow on it, watching her. Overweight and Heart Failure yet it is the condition, not the I

Marsh, pretty, selfish and twenty, arrives spelled romance to her. Generoustoo. "Jim? You home? Have you accidental but the essential condi- ;,

home in Corinth from school and is met Once he gave a cripple the had your lunch?" A PHYSICIAN treating a tion, of what is in and for itself
by her older brother. Hugh. He drives her to contents of his purse-then bor- case of high blood the best in life
the Marsh home where her widowed mother, He did not answer at once. His pressure thing namely, \
Fluvanna, a warm-hearted, self-sacrificing and rowed money from Fluvanna to gaze was somber but not unkind.He and beginning or early moral victory. Archbishop ;
understanding soul, welcomes her. Kezias sister pay for their dinner at the hotel. Temple.
sat down in chair and
mo- heart failure
a is
naturally anxious [
with the
Margery, plump and matronly When he received change from a s
care of three children, is at lunch with them. tioned for her to take one. not to have too much work I
he it in his If
Hugh's wife, Dorrie, has pleaded a previous purchase, always put A foreboding gripped her. She f
engagement. On the way back to his job at pocket without counting it. put on the blood vessels and the
watched his hands, lean, restless, EMINENT DOCTORS WROTE
the steel plant founded by one of his forebears That house on Lincoln street in heart muscle. And one of the i
clutching the of the chair
un-
Hugh passes Doc Hiller, ,a boyhood arm
friend whom he no longer sees frequently because which they went to housekeeping, til they were white at the knuck- discouraging things he has to THIS OPINION ,

of Dorrie's antipathy. Fluvanna Marsh five old-fashioned rooms and the les. An odd ring on his little fingera face in many patients is over- ". .colds result from t
wakens the next morning from a dream about bath downstairs the big elm ; I
which he had inherited if
unstable char ring acid condition of the
her late husband Jim. whose weight.
which drooped before the door t
acter she fears Kezia has inherited. Ellen from his father-was raised into body..they prescribe t
in itself is not believed
Pendleton comes over. She is an artistically the enchantment, laughter, tears of prominence."I'm Overweight various alkalies"-ex. t
c ,
inclined girl who is a distant niece of Flu- early married life. Jim had loved to be the cause of high 1
in bad Fluvanna.
a way, from medical The
vanna's and a favorite of Hugh's. She hap horses and attended cerpt journal.
pily tells Fluvanna she has become engagedto every race "Sick?" blood pressure and beginning ALKALINE FACTOR in :
within radius of 50 miles.
Purdue. Ellen fears that her father meet a I i
Jerry He shook his head. 'heart failure but it adds to the
and mother. Gavin and Lizzie, will not approve Jovial sometimes when he came LUN'MENTHOL
the 'match. Hugh and Dorrie go out to home-sometimes discontented. He Her glance hardened. "Money" burden of the already overbur-
the Freeland Farms to dance with their again? I-Jim, you know-
dened blood vessels and heart
also liked cards. Late for dinner
COUGH DROPS 50 I
friends, Cun and Joan Whimey.Vhitney, who "Yes, I know what you're goingto
has been out of work, announces that he hasa late for engagements; a card game muscle. HELPS BUILD UP YOUR :
You've done lot.
Helpedme
position. Cun and Dorrie dance together had detained him. say. a
new s
ALKALINE RESERVE !
Naturally it is desirable to rid
out dozen times. But this
and then disappear for a while. Danc- a
ing with Joan, Hugh is amazed to find her in The memories became a moving time-this time"-he' struck the the body of this excess fat, and to

tears. Apparently she has some secret worry picture screen reproducing scenesin arm of the chair with his fist- do so as quickly as I
over her husband, Cun. When Ellen and Jerry flashes, scenes impervious to possible as toy
so
Soften
"you must! Must, I say! Up!
speak about their engagement to Ellen's par the assault of time. Friends,
par- '
ents, Lizzie is disagreeable until Jerry sym She rose without a word, went lighten the burden. Being hard-boiled on all
ties the birth of financial
pathizes with her imagined ailments. The mat Hugh, over to the bed, gathered up some Ly % However the first sions is one of the occa'l'l
ter is left pending. Unexpectedly Hugh has to pressure, disagreements and the thought in every ailment dull
a man.
of the and them ina
garments put r
visit a neighboring city on business. Return- sweet toll of reconciliation. Jim,
ing home to ask Dorrie to accompany him he Jim drawer. She wouldn't shewouldn't. now is to tryto (
hopeful, magnetic mo-
gay ;
finds her telephoning. In confusion she quickly ; maintain or increase
,
hangs up without saving good-by. After rose, silent. He always dominatedthe Draining away every- i the strengthof Don't S8e I Ion
she had. She had been too lfJ
thing
hesitating about Hugh's invitation, she finally picture with that positive driv- the and
patient as
agrees to accompany him. They spend a delightful ing force of his, perverse, ill-con- ,easy. She had to think of her > Left Sode
day and Hugh is happy. At a family sidered, but a power, nevertheless.She children, their education, future- x this is best done bj tj
party Kezia encounters Jerry. Ellen is disturbed the proper diet, reducing -
"I must have
thought sadly that it was human $15,000.
when Jerry is absorbed by Kezia. weight muss Crowds Hean
Kezia goes out of her way to charm Jerry. nature to love those persons "Fifteen thousand' dollars!" The ,
best who had a streak of per- sum startled her. For what? be done slowly from' GAS PRESSURE MAY CAUSE DISCOMFORT. I
Dr. Barton the standpoint o: RIGHT SIDE BEST.If
"Ihaven't it. You know I haven't." I
CHAPTER VContinued10 versity in their make-up. Or per- ; '

haps one is only more aware of His eyes swept the room, came The withdrawal safety.of building right you side tots, try In bed Adlerika.and can't Just sleep ONE on ;
body
that love-they test it so. back to her. "Sell something. Puta dose relieves sttxnach GAS pressing .
"Of course, dear. Eric is polish- foods and trying to give the patienta on heart so you sleep soundly.
ing the car but I think he'll haveit Several times he had been forcedto mortgage on the house. "full" feeling by the use of cab- Adlerika acts on BOTH upper and I
borrow from her father to meet "I won't. Nothing can make me." lower bowels and gelfe foul \
finished soon. bage, cauliflower, lettuce, celery, matter you would l never was
"Oh, he's working on it?" Mar- various demands, but was never "Won't, eh?" His lips curled in i: may leave him weak and faint. And in have your poisoned system. This for old matter may 1'
you months and
able to the loans. "You'd rather
hateful
gery hesitated. "Could they play I repay a smile. see the use of foods.such as onions, turnips caused GAS, sour stomach, headacheor
I After the death of her mother husband to the I nervousness. I
go penitentiary -
around the if your and
isn't beans
yard the cat t cabbage may cause Dr. H. L. Shoub, New York, I
reportsn ;
available? I hate to ask you- and his losses in the stock market, 1 suppose.: gas formation and digestive disturbances "'/ addition to inttttlnal daunting, Adlerika.
Jim's habit of drinking increased.He The penitentiary? His words re- greatly reduce, bacteria and colon bacilli.
they were there so much last'week that embarrass heart ac I Mrs. Jas. Filler: "Gas on stomI
rr"Of did not use soft words when he sounded like the echo of waves, and ach was so bad I could not my eat or
'
drank. Some inner demon spoke in the blood seemed to slip quietly tion.Dr. I sleep. Even my heart seemed to hurt.
Thomas Lewis in
course. Bring them on your physician The! first dose of Adlerika brought me :
way to Millie's." cruel, vindictive phrases. When away from her body, leaving only charge of the department of clinicaJ relief. Now I eat as I wish, sleep fine r.. \, I

Kezia, coming down the stairs, she saw him after one of those flesh and nerves. The penitentiary" research, University college, Lon and Give never your
said, "Margery want the car? nights when he had come ir with "I don't believe you, she said don, tells us in his book "Diseasesof With feel. Just Adlerika ONE and see how good you '

What's the matter with her own?" stumbling, uncertain steps, his faintly.He the Heart"; "Overweight (in constipation. At dose all Leading relieves Druggists.GAS and

"She wants to see Millie Jennings handsome face puffy, his hand did not reply. Then scarcely heart ailments) should be treated

and has asked me to take trembling so he could scarcely hold knowing what she was doing, she by withdrawing first of all any excess FOR
the coffee she amazed at went into the adjoining room where
the boys out. cup, was of starch foods potatoes :
the conflict of love and hate which Kezia slept. Kezia had left a leg- SOHETHROATCOLDS
"Do we have to have those little bread, sugar, pastry-or fats-but
devils ? The is struggled in her. He reminded her less doll on the floor. Mechanically ter fat
meats
again today baby cream, nuts, egg
'she picked it up and put it into the
better, isn't she? They were here of bleary old Tom Gaveney who closet. yolks-from the ordinary diet, and .. ,

yesterday and all last week. Mar- took away the rubbish But it Then Jim was in the doorway. He later by a general reduction in the <::%oSeQ::.;: 'c Tne Original

gery imposes on you!" was really Jim, her husband, to amount of food to about half the c-\. ... \: Cellophane!
revolver in his
was holding a idly
"They can play around the yardif whom she was bound for life. Their amount required by a norma] N(. Wrapped Genuine
hand. Horror froze in her. Was he ;;;
Eric isn't ready. It's not muchto three children, Margery, Hugh and going to kill himself-before her? healthy adult. Rigid dieting is not I, : Pure Aspirin

do for Margery. She's worn out, Kezia were at school and might "But he pointed it at hei. often well withstood by the patient 2i.WORLD'S

and it will be good for her to get come home any time. No one "Jim, wouldn't. Don'ttryto as it causes undue weakness. Sudden I aoc
you
away for a couple hours. And must know-no one at all. Draw be funny," she gasped."I reductions in weight should not LARGEST SELLER AT :

they're not little devils-just a cou- the blinds. Send the maid to the must have it before four be attempted. Regular exercise

ple of healthy normal boys." laundry. Telephone the office that o'clock." tends to reduce weight; so does

"Other people are worn out too," he wasn't well. Head up; smile at She smelled the odor of whiskey. massage. Turkish baths are not advised .

muttered Kezia under her breath. friends and strangers. The bannerof "Stop waving that revolver around! ;"

Fluvanna smiled. "You, my pride must float bravely while You know it's loaded." Heart Must Be Spared

dear?" the craft is sinking. "So it is." You can readily understand that. A FAMOUS DOCTORAs

"Last night I was trying tc come And then that day. She backed away from him, out if the food intake is to be reduced I

in quietly so I wouldn't waken you The freshly ironed shirts and into the hall. She wanted to call to one-half or perhaps a little more a young! man the
and I stumbled scooter in children's garments lay on the bed. him coward and but she '. late Dr. R. V.'Pierce
. over a a a bully, than one-half of, the amount pre- f- practiced medicine ir Paw
the hall. Barked my shin-look at Put this pile in Hugh's room; sew was too terrified. There was some- viously eaten, the reduction should "', After moving! to Bj fak>,

it!" the lace on Margery's dress; socksof thing brooding and insane in his not be too sudden or great at first, N.trade Y.,he(nearly gave to 70 the years drug

"Last night? Kezzie, whom did varying sizes, colors must be look. and the food that is eaten 'must be 'Si," :?r2 ago) Dr. Pierce's Favorite -

you go out with last night? I don't sorted, mended; a stitch here, a "You say you won't?" most carefully selected.In ,f,<; who Prescription suffer from"nerves Women,"

believe you mentioned it-and I button there "I can't. How can you threatenme fact there are what are knownas X t- irritability and discom-

didn't recognize the car." She had never been able to put this way? What if the children cardiac (heart) diets, just as should forts associated try this with tonic.functional It stimulates disturbances the appetite -

Kezia's face became bland and away freshly laundered clothes should see you?" there are stomach or intestinal and this in turn increases the intake of

innocent. "Didn't I tell you? A since without a leaden feeling, for "You could borrow it on your ulcer (peptic) diets. Their pur- Tabs.food, helping SOc,liquid to upbuild$1.00 and the 135.body. Buy nowl 6.\'

crowd of us went to Emmy Mark- suddenly she looked up and saw steel stock." pose is to give the body the nec- 'WI

ham's. Bees Snyder is as funnyas Jim. (TO BE CONTINUED) essary food or nourishment with-

a clown! You should hear him out putting too much work upon the
take off Lem Potter and Mrs. Lem BACKACHESNEED
heart. The diet is what physicians
Floods in Rio Grande Land
Potter! And we had a swell sup- A Appropriate give their patients when they have

per. Went to the kitchen about From Mexico TraFloods isferring the OwnershipThe come safely through an illness and
twelve-thirty and cooked bacon ,
are on their way to recovery. Eggs WARMTHThousands
and eggs, ate watermelon. No in the Rio Grande recently Mexican customs authorities milk, dry toast, strained fruit (seeds I

mail for me? I think I'll go made necessary another survey of tried to collect from him duties on may irritate), jelly.In who suffered miserable backaches

up and write some letters. I owe the course of that erratic interna- his livestock, and this unusual these cases of high blood pres- pains in shoulder or hips, now put on Allcock's -

everyone I know." tional boundary stream. claim was a subject of controversyfor sure and early heart failure it is ing relief.Porous Muscle Plaster pains and caused find warm.by rheumatism sooth--

She was disappearing up the Every time the river gets out of some time, decision finally be- believed that, generally speaking arthritis, sciatica, lumbago and strains,
all respond instantly to the glow of warmth
stairs when Fluvanna'said: "Was its legalized banks it transfersmore ing given in favor of Longoria. stimulants, tea, coffee, and tobacco that makes you feel good right away. All-
Ellen Pendleton at Emmie's?" or less territory from one During the last twenty years the should be used in but small cock's Plaster brings blood to the painful spot
Allcock'slasts
"No," Kezia answered, carelessly. country fo the other and it is the United States has gained from Mex- amounts. Beer in excessive quan- lonpr.treats comes backache off easily.where It It is is.the original

: duty of the International Boundary ico approximately 5,000 acres and tities or fluids of any ,kind should porous plaster guaranteed to brine instant -.

: Fluvanna thought she had heardJerry's Commission carefully to investigateand there has been transferred to Mex- not be drunk. write relief"Allcock or rnone-r l>Itg back. 2St. tt druggists.VVNU
or ;, I:v..iI
i voice from the drive, under determine to which country ico about 1,000 acres by changes in .S Co.. Osslnlnt', N. Y. 'ltil

I her window when Kezia came in. these accretions, belong.The the course of the river. Sleepiness and InfectionIt

i She must have been mistaken. Per- treaty between the United The river in each succeeding flood is indeed fortunate that when -7 2 37

t haps it had been Bees Snyder. Cer- States and Mexico provides that any threatens to make spectacular, infection attacks the body one of

, tainly not Jerry if Ellen had not body of land up to 247 acres, trans- changes in its course. Not long agoit the first symptoms is a feeling of

i been there She remembered ferred by the river changing its broke over its south bank above weariness and tiredness. The

;i that Kezia hadn't really told her bed, becomes a part of the domainof Matamoros and but for the quick tient is usually ready and willingto pa- FOUR

who had called for her. Not that the country to which it has been action of Mexican Government offi- rest. Thus it is found that individual
! an TEASPOONFULSOFM1LKOFMAGNES
it mattered.. It only illustrated the cials in the
delivered. Several instances of blocking progress of the with infection in the teeth
,i secrecy which was one of her changes in nationality of acreagesat flood it probably would have cut off feels about as tired when he wakesas

traits, that fierce guarding of unimportant various points in the Rio Grande that Mexican'city and set it over when he went to bed. '$)
; trifles, that resentment \J I NONE TASTY
have occurred during floods in into the United States.
i Sleep or complete rest often be-
of being questioned or called to times past. Due to the extensive levee and '
comes
necessary during infection 'AFE
account-even by implication. One of the most notable of these flood control system which has been because the fighting forces of the
Kezia reminded
her of her hus- transfers was several constructed during the last few
years ago, body are using up their energy infighting
band. Her thoughts flew away to when nearly 300 acres of the ranchof years on the American side of the the infection ana there :s

him. He had hated questioning so. Pablo Longoria, about 150 miles river in the lower valley to protectthe ittle strength left for the work of HEARTBURN FROM OVEREATING?
Yet he could be
loquacious on occasion above Hidalgo Texas writes
a cor- productive irrigated areas, the the day.
expansive, humorous, wist- respondent in the Boston Globe, was flood waters of( the stream are be- Thus Hurried overeating usually causes heart-
tendency to and
any sleepiness burn. Overcome heartburn digestive
ful, flattering, a man of many cut off by the river changing its ing thrown and
more more against in an individual who is usually alert distresses with Milnesia, the original milk
moods., She remembered how well ,bed during a flood and Longoria Mexico, :with the possible ultimate should make the individual or the of magnesia in wafer form.Thin,crunchy

he had dressed. He wore a cut- woke up one morning to find his result that it will break into the examining physician suspicious of deliriously flavored.pleasant to take.Each

away coat on Sunday, the silk hat home and, several hundred head of lowlands of the delta and find a new infection. wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls: of milk ofmagnesIa.

and the winged collar which were goats and cattle in Mexico. outlet into the Gulf. Western Newspaper Union. .:!Oc,35c&60c sizes a t druggists.

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tJ. Nature ULdePhi1Sa .


NATURE, so far as in her

; OUR COMIC SECTION Imitates face, God, and turns her p:


I S To every land beneath the That Little DifferenceIt
II I II I skies, is just the little difference between
Counts nothing that she the good and the best that

j FINNEY OF THE FORCE KS ct.u S2siSi. Nuts meets with base, makes the difference between art- ,
.. Butv lives and love in every ists and the artisan.
""" I. I r place. -Tennyson. Duties are tasks the performance -
I WHAT TM.'-- ? of which you:look forward to

1/ ON with distaste, but once performed,
S j MUST 5E MICE Patience
rejoice. in forever after.
'c "T THE RADIOTHE Those who in
Coq get up early the
H \ WHATN \ H OW have poor are they who morning think everybody else
not patience!
THAT 2CDE should but those who
; get
up very
What wound 'did heal
ever but
% ? \1/ ) --by degrees? late don't usually move the world.If .
you can't agree with the
yc ) -Shakespeare. tastes of the people, you are in for

\ \ /f fI much lonesomeness.



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to The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft )

Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York,
if N. Y. ;.

Write plainly pattern number, .';'

p S t your name and address. ;1

Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription la a i
.yEAN-A LOTTA STATCOR tonic which has been helping women I.
5OMlTNINCsMUSTBE of all ages for nearly 70 years. Ady1. .

OUR SET I IS OUT _X L

OF ORDER' 7 1 la l/// the Fatigue day of victory ForgottenOn no fatigueis ,,1'1

V 'S felt.-Arab Proverb.Beware )

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Pattern 1300

: 1\ p4UCEo Wonderfully dainty edgings, the from common colds i

gAPIOPF laciest of borders, can roll off
/ \J ONJ ? your crochet hook if you have pat- That Hang On ',1

tern 1300. You can crochet an in-
( collar No matter how many medicines j
expensive bit of dress-up for -
w you have tried for your cough,chest "l
0 and cuff set, lingerie, hankies, cold or bronchial irritation, you can,
towels, sheets, cases and napkins.The g<& relief now with Creomulsion. .:
I(
2i/ J top edging simulates tattingbut Serious trouble may be brewing and

__ is easier and quicker to do. With a nythinnggoless than take CreeoomulY

O WMtcrn Newspaper Union Even a beginner will find this pat- sion, which goes right to the seat '.f
tern simple to follow. Pattern 1300 of the trouble to aid nature to ",
contains detailed directions fQr soothe and heal the inflamed membranes :
.making the edgings shown illus- as the germ-laden phlegm -1
I ; Is loosened and expelled.
FEATHERHEADS .iSSsu" Come to a Boil trations of them and of all stitches Even if other remedies have .J.

J.--t used; material requirements.Send failed, don't be discouraged, your ::'::t
15 cents in stamps or coins druggist is authorized to guarantee :;.
I. r I Creomulsion and to refund
w your ,2
(coins for this
preferred) pattern
if not ,
/ yoUR BAT4| COM I NCr money you are satisfied with :
results from the very :first bottle. ,)
, ., / |IS 'DRAWtJt \[ RicSMT AWAY Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.. .

I HURRY+ DEAR Vital AlterationDean

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vKNOWS WHAT' Inge tells a story of how, SORES BOILS r''
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: n when the Oxford prayer books
ATHLETE'S FOOT,BURNS,
:: f were being printed, mischievous ""
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1 undergraduates altered the mar-
AT TOM LOCAL DWG STOU
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11 ye both shall live" into "as long '" Bovrsa Gtr.aut.PotHxrs. Ca
\ IACKSONVIII[ .rLOIIDAat0
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" :::: A T night; sonny's energy is exhausted;his reZJL 1
; sistance lowered;circulation slows up;con. '
: ticaI t gestion seems worse.
I Rub his chest with Penetto at bedtime. Because ..{
it's made with mutton suet and concentrated medication .
9 ; it warms his chest, opens pores, creates ----- :.
1 counter-irritation to help Nature increase blood '
I s flow and relieve congestion.Its aromatic vapors i

THIS WATER'S J I READ IT WAS .." ...,.,.'d. :'" help open up stuffy nasal passages. For free sam "
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stainless,snow-white Penetro,write Pene- :

! Too HOT- --Y :" |M PANrHE..A1'NAIT-NQU N tro,Dept. S-29,Memphis,Tenn. < 4" .... -,

, aR"-I ,IN& To rt JJ BAT HE rtJ WA etro Nose Drops.Two drops in each 'I>'C--?: i io
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KILL Me 2* j c- ,/ AT 12.00 AND ADoNTeSCOLD STIDSwr nostril-then B-R-E-A-T-H-E.25c,50, ,
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t 'Iou KICK 50 / p k( and $1 bottles. Trial size lOc. ', F
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11-HS- THE SALVE WITH A BASE'OF
: 1 ABDUl / OLD FASHIONED MUTTON SUET
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Much the Same Fruit of Patience
:: I I Ttzl ED ITil S c "Chivalry" may become obsoPatience I is bitter, but its fruit is

(il JUST RIGHT -; lete, but self-sacrifice still lives. sweet.-Rousseau.



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THE TRICKS crowns of glory they would wear POLICE!
ll'
when they reached Heaven.

"Now, boys," she said, "can you :
tell me who will get the biggest w.--e
crown?"

it I "Yes, m'am," replied one of the
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youngsters, 'im what's got,the big- r

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' No Prophetess
'$ "Would you promise to love, honor -

. and obey?" "Fred always hugs the stove. ,. .,
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:, ,, "Never, said Miss Cayenne. "Perhaps he doesn't like blonds." a

." 1 "Circumstances change as life goeson O The Vegetable Fat in Jewel is given remarkable shortening
; "Say, Tom, think can get out and our sentiments change with Tough Luck
'yi. 1 to a little game tonight you ?" them. Even in the elated mood ofa "This is tough luck," said Ham properties by Swift's special blending of it with other bland cooking fats.,

; ,. "Nothin' doiri. My wife's been bride I chould hardly assume to mournfully, as he leaned out 'of a Jewel Special-Blend actually makes lighter,more tender baked foods,and.
,.j I *,1 married four times before." possess the gift of prophecy." window of the Ark. creams faster than the costliest types of plain all-vegetable shortening. '
"What's the kick now?" inquired
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Willing to Try Shem.

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Juggins-Do you think you could "Why, we've got all this water all
:a Guest-I want to thank you for learn to love more than one girl? around us to fish in," replied Ham, .J." 1 .
, i putting that glass of water beside Spivins-I don't know
but if the "and only two fish-worms 0 n
my bed last night. I woke up and tuition is not too "
I drank high I'll sign up board. Louisville CourierTimes.Worth .
it. \ for the first few lessons, anyhow.The .
A: 1 Farmer's Son-Gosh: You've gone MERCHANDISE
and swallowed my tadpoles! Watching BUY
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Same for Tax Purposes Visitor Why are you watchingme

J Bill-Since my salary was raisedI so closely, Robert? must be good to be ADVERTISED
Sounds ReasonableA
have been a different man. Bobbie-I was just waiting to see
rather old fashioned school Belle=Maybe you think, so, but you tackle your glass of water. advertised
teacher in a poor district had been, the income tax collector won't be Daddy says you drink like a fish.- consistently GOODSt'
telling her class of boys about th'ai i fooled by a trick like that. Louisville Courier-Journal.

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Lumber
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