The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00618
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 19, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00618
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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f: TO CITY RESIDENTS :Of U', S. Sugar_ Corporation At RACE TRACK FUNDSAt

"fj (f"{; On Monday -of this-week: all of the !| President's Dinner Thursday the joint meeting of the Boardof

::: necessary piping and fixtures had County Commissioners and the
-: ;' \ been installed for the use of one of j Board of Public Instruction of Hen- '

N j the new filteration:' tanks _at they I dry county at the courthouse In La-
I The President's Dinner, one of the I RECEIVE BONUSESF. ;
plant of the Glades Water Company lems.Mr. Belle Tuesday it was decided aftera
biggest events during the harvest Harrington then introducedMr.
and that day the filter was put into lengthy discussion that the com-
\ t season of the United States Sugar I Bitting who, in his talk which
i! for the first time to
operation -
provide W. Ange, H. A. Kcstor, M. W. missioners would assist the schoolsof
Company, was held Thursday nightat followed stated that the industry
Clewiston with the softest and sugar I
f Bigg, W. E. Bolton, Ik A. Bourne, the county in their financial difficulties -
the Clewiston Inn with Clarence] in America had reached the
purest water of any city around the !IF. E. Bryant, W. A. Cook, S. L. Crochet by contributing a portion of
R. Bitting, of New York, as host to1 I stage where it was possible for it
lake. The second filter is expected
I F. Deane Duff, Foy Durrence, the race track funds each year instead
'to more than a hundred key men of the I to stand on its own feet and appealed -
be ready for use shortly to give ; I '\T. B. Elam,_ J. V. Fourmey, L. J. of a portion of the gas tax
organization, directors of the. corporation for the right to furnish this great
the maximum for the new'
output I Frazer, J. S. Harrington, Fred Hen- moneys as had been suggested. The
I and distinguished guests. commodity to the American consumers -
:plant. ,! ricksen: F. I. Hill, \V. P. Jernigan, school board is to receive $6,000 a
( More than forty of the key men were :! without governmental restrictionor
Upon completion of the new concrete O. A. Jones, H. C. Jones, H. C. Kol- year from the race track funds.
I of
recipients bonuses which were quotas.In .
y sedimentation basin and the I stad, John Lucaa, E. W. McLeod, C. The meeting was called after the
distributed by J. J. Harrington, vice-!
new intake pipe from the lake, the i!I A. Martinez, Max :Meluh: Foster Meredith the very beginning of his talk school board at recent meetings had
ly i? : plant was put partially into opera-' the president and general manager of E. C. Mills, Eugene P. Matrix, f,Mr.. Bitting told the key men that found it imperative that funds be

tion, using old filters. This made aj: corporation. W. C. Owen, Robert Y. Patterson. II I they had proven that the cane-sugar made available front some source for
\ tremendous improvement in the : Guests assembled in the lobby of C. Piewiitt, F. M. Rodriguez, H. J.' industry can be operated successfully operation. Part of both boards had

quality of the city T\ater but it was i i i the hotel and shortly after 7:30 the I B. Sclmriibcrg, O. F. Schiffli, G. L. without the exploitation of labor agreed on the gas tax money as being

not until this week when the new dining room doors were opened and I Sims, G. E. Smith, R. S. Stokes, G. and that now, with thousands of the best settlement and a petitionwas

filter was ready: a\id the new am- i' the guests seated at their proper B. Thomas, D. C. Thompson, II. T. acres of fertile ground ready for cul- circulated in accordance with

moniator, chlorinator and other ma- places with amazing speed due .to I Vaughn1.. E. VonMach, A. 0.. Ward tivation to furnish American com- law. More than two hundred qualified
the fact that a chart with seating arrangements modities to the American consumer affixed
chinery: for adding various chemicalswere and G. A. Yon. electors their signatures to
ready that the full benefit of had been, provided and j I I and by the use of American labor, the petition.M. .

the new plant could be realized by( each guest had familiarized himself I I 1 that laws had been enacted which E. VonMach, as chairman of the

( residents. j with tl location_ of his: place. At' bowl and paid great tribute to the permitted foreign countries to sup- school board, acted as spokesman.He .

C. V. Rafn, engineer on the pro- each place was a sample of Dixie efforts of the organization's key ply the major portion of the sugar. presented a proposal from the

ject, states that because of the fact : Crystal sugar, descriptive booklets 'I' men who had made it possible. He He went further and discussed the school board for a local law to be

that water is now being obtained and pamphlets and a souvenir spoke, and .with' a ring of pride in cost of production of sugar here in passed by the legislature, after approval -

from a point far enough out into the Shaeffer pencil.Following his voice, of the records which had comparison with the 'cost In foreign by the commissioners, that

lake to be out of tlio grass that they I the delicious dinner Mr. fallen at the sugar house this year countries. He told of the protests I one-half of one per cent of money

water at its source i' almost as good Harrington presidec and a public and of how the daily grinding of I which had been made by his com collected from the gas tan and allocated -

and probably softer han the former 'address system carried his voice to cane had almost doubled since the I pany against a processing tax on sugar to Hendry county te assigned

supply which was oKained from the (every corner of the room and into first year the sugar house operated against benefit payments and to the school boar An alternative

canal and was affected by the vege- the lobby where an outlet had been under the direction of the United! against depriving the American pro- measure was proposed, if this tail-

table and mineral co'or ing and taste :provided so that outsiders might list States Sugar Corporation. He spokeof ducer of an American market and ed of approval, of a division of the

which required a great amount of 'en to the talks. He told of the diffi- the Everglades as the "last fron- stated that it was strangely significant amount received from the race track

treatment to. remove. He predicts 'culties which had been overcome in I tier" and his key men as men of am- that the sugar interests'of licenses. This was prompted by the

that after the first few days when 'establishing America's new sugar bition attracted to conquer its prob- (Continued on Page 8) recurring annual deficit in the school
an extra .amount of chemicals is required board finances and to obviate the ne-
by the State Board of Health, i cessity of appearing every year be-

that there will be little or no Golf Tournament Directors fore the commissioners.Mr. .
them-I Inspect
ical taste to the water. I j MEN WHO ATTENDED VonMach stated in a succinct

Plans are now, uaderway to re- To End On SundayThe U.S.S.C. PropertyThe and concise manner the position of
place the old waterplant building[ the school board. Their present income -
with a new structure and razing of he says, barely pays the salar-
the old structure is expected to starts I finals in the golf tournamentat Board of Directors met at ies of teachers and 'bus drivers. He

at once. Much of th old equipment' ; the local course were played last 10:80: Thursday morning at the Administration spoke of the purchase of the two new
-4 will be discarded in-'iuding the old Sunday in two of the four'flights and in attendance at the Presi- Building of the United buses this last year to replace ones

\1" filter tank which if, housed in the'-Ralph Kirk 'and H. A. Bestor were dent's Dinner in the Clewiston Inn States Sugar Corporation with that were practically: worn out and'

building. Pumps and chemical ma- 1 the winners' of the cups awarded- in Thursday evening were as follows: twelve members, of the board pres- payments on which, must be kept up;
chinery will 'not be disturbed nor the 1 the ,third and fourth flights. D. G. Alston, F. W. ,Ange, RobertW. ent. The declaring of 'a new dividendwas of the pressing necessity of two ad-

old clear well which will serve the In the third flight Mr. Kirk- defeated -: ,Atkins, New York; Frank L. Al- decided upon effective in March ditional ones to'replace old ones'now

new plant satisfactorily. 1 A. Gallant 2 up and in the len, New York; Kenneth Ballinger, and other business of importance in use; of the need ''of repairs on

The water is pumped through the fourth flight H. A. Bestor scored an Miami; Hon.. John 'R. Beacham, Palm transacted. the school buildings, which, on account -

intake pipe, several thousand feet (easy win from Mrs. Lou Betzner bya Beach; J. E. Beardsley, 'H. A. Bes- The board meeting adjourned at I of lack of funds, have deter-

from its source, into the sedimentation score of 12 up. In keeping with tor, M. W. Bigg, Clarence R. Bitting, I 12:30 and after lunch at the execu- ioated in the last few years; of the

basin. From here it runs into the ruling regarding finals play, William T. Bitting. Philadelphia; tive house the directors started on necessity of new sanitary conditionsin

the filteration tanks; from there into thirty-six holes were played in these William H. Bixby, St. Louis; W. E. an inspection of the properties of many of the buildings to make

the pipes to the clear well and is 'two matches. Bolton, B. A. Bourne, F. E. Bryant, the corporation in the vicinity ofClewist them comply with health regulations,

treated on the way. It is then: ready In the first and second flights the I. George Bullock, J. C. Clements, Fort n. They visited and inspected and the general run down conditionof

to be pumped ,to the city tank near- semi-final' play saw O. G. McWhorter Myers; W. A. Cook, I. J. Cowan, H. the pump house and drainage equipment, all due to lack of

ly a mile away. Control of the water 'defeat Gordon Mobley and Dick Hall S. Covington, Westport, Conn; S. L. system at Bare Beach and later funds to carry on.Superintendent.

from one tank to the other is by hy- win' from John Harris to advance to Crochet, Robert M. Doyle, James H. watched the cutting and loading op- of Schools S. A.

draulic valves. the finals in the first flight. Mrs. F. Douglas, erations in the fields there. They Graves then gave a comparative

D. Duff defeated A. H. Hackett andL. F. Deane Duff, Foy Durrence, W.
I then visited the Bear Beach camp (Continued on Page 8)
NEW: DECKING PUT' H. Nash defeated Bill McCrackento B.. Elam, W. I. Evans, Miami; J.. V. and ended their tour of inspectionwith ,

OX MUNICIPAL DOCKI I put them in the finals in the second Fourmy, R, S. Falkiner, L. J. Fraser, a trip through the sugar house.
Clement Nail Dies
flight. The score was 4 and 3 John G. Getz Jr. Detroit Hon.
The municipal dock on Sugarland ; At 4:30 a movie was held at the
r"-. canal just east of tho Clewiston Inn in the McWhorter-Mobley'; 3 Ernest Graham, L. O. Gravely, La- Dixie Crystal Theatre showing all
and 2 in the Hall-Harris round; 8 Belle Frank Grayson A. B. Hale In Arcadia HospitalClement
which had almost gone to pieces in ; stages of the growth and harvestingof
the many years of disuse rectived and 7 in the Duff-Hackett match and James J. Harrington, J. S. Harrington the sugar cane crop. This com-
I Nash defeated McCracken 5 and 4. Carl Hanton, Fort Myers; Fred movie made the Allis- -"
a new deck this week and will be a plete was by L. Nall, 34, of Moore
The finals in the first ,
suitable docking place for the boats and second Henricksen, Ben Herr, F. I. Hill, Chalmers Corporation last year and Haven, died in the Arcadia General
flights will be ,
which are expected to visit here on played Sunday with George B.: Hills, Jacksonville; Paul gives a complete view of all oper- Hospital Thursday night at 8:30
March 15. the prospect of some very close Hoanshel, W. F. Hornberger, W. P. ations. '
from pneumonia which he contracted
The dock is about 110 feet long matches between Mr. McWhorter and Jernigan, T. McE. Johnson, Miami; Following the movie, the directors almost four weeks before. He had
Dick Hall and Mrs. Duff and Larry O. A. Jones,. H. C. Jones, A. M. Kel-
and about twelve feet wide. The piling returned to the executive house to Arcadia Hospital
been taken to the
:, still in good shape were suitable Nash. At the close of these matchesa ler, Frank P. Kolbe, New York; H. await the President's Dinner at the, from his home in Moore Haven on
\ for the new deck and stringers which presentation ceremony will be held C. Kolstad, Otto Larsen, Edward W. Inn. All of the members of the board I in last desperate
at the club house and the five prizes Lane, Mills B. Lane W. H. Lanier Wednesday night a
this themselves
were put on week under the present expressed as his life.
effort to
awarded, two in the first flight to Chester Lewis,.H. I. Leyshon Miami save
supervision of J. F. Tippey. ; agreeably surprised at the progress
The work was ordered by city of- the winner and runner-up and one Capt. G. E. Linkswiler, Henry Lowe, which has been made during the last I Taken ill three weeks ago last Sun-
each in the other flights. John Lucaa, Thomas R. Tam- day with double pneumonia he failed
ficials. In addition the earth slopeat Lykes, (Continued on Page 5)
the waterplant has been terraced On the following Sunday, February pa; Stewart McFarland, E. W. Mc: to respond to treatment, a ]high blood

and sodded and the bank of the can- 28, Mr. Masters announces thata Leod, C. L. McLendon, C. A. Martinez FATHER WALSH'S CAR pressure and heart trouble preventing -
one day flag tournament will be the use of serums ordinarily usedto
Max Meluh Foster
al graded off for several hundredfeet Meredith, E. STOLEN FROM DRIVEWAYFor
above the dock toward the lake. held. This will be a handicap affair, C. Mills, George B. Miller, Jay W. counteract the disease. Last week
In the near future this will be a most handicaps to be based on the scores' Moran, M. J. Murphy, Eugene P. -- J i he was apparently much improvedbut
attractive place for boats to dock made in the present tournament.. It .Mutrix, the second time in the little another relapse came during the
is hoped that about forty golfers will more than a year he has resided in 'week-end.. Dr.. D. M. Draughn, who
and Ian excellent driveway is provided. i Charles Nathan, Alf R. Nielsen,
participate. Clewiston as pastor of St. Margaret's had accompanied him to Arcadia
I Marshall Noel, Benjamin A. Oxnard, Catholic church, Father J. F. Walshis stated that he had hoped X-rays
Savannah W. C. Owen Cecil V.
SIRS. NAOMI HATCHCOCK KIWANIS MEETING ; the victim of a major theft, this might disclose some conjestion in the
Parkinson, Robert Y. Patterson W.
'- -- time his Pontiac coupe which was lungs which could be reached and
e: Mrs. Naomi Hatchcock, 20, wife The Kiwanis;, Club held their regu- C. Prewitt, F. M. Rodriguez, H. J. B. stolen from the driveway betweenthe give relief but apparently nothing

of Carl Hatchcock, an employee of lar meeting this week on. Tuesday Scharnberg, Dr. O. F. Schiffli, Jack rectory; and the church Tuesday I of the sort was found.

the City of Clewiston, died shortly night instead of on Wednesday night Schwenker, Carr Settle, Stewart M. night about 7:30 when Father Walsh Surviving relatives include the widow -

before noon Tuesday in the Moore because of the preparations necessary Seymour, New York; Thomas R. was conducting a Lenten Service. I and one son, Kenneth, 12, of
Haven hospital where she had been i' for the dinner Thursday nightat Shipp, Washington; G.. L.: Sims, G. E. Soon after his arrival here Father Moore Haven; his father, B. E. Nail.
taken for treatment following an illness the Inn.. Smith. Tom F. Smith, Miami; R. S. NaIl
Walsh had a large sum of money, approximately and three brothers, Campbell E.
,of several days. It was stated B. F. Brown, man ger of the state Stokes, Hon. Elbert L. Stewart, G. E, $800, stolen from the Laith M. Nail and B. E. Nail. Jr., .
that her condition was grave when re-employment office Therry: G. B. Thomas, D. C. Thompson mother Mrs. B. M.
was the guest rectory one night while he was away. of Clewiston; his ,
she entered the hospital and little speaker' and Forest P. Tralles, St Louis; W. and
: was a continuation of Immediately] after discovery that Nail, and two sisters, Cloyce
hope was held for her recovery. his talk on China which he gave G. Troxler, H. T. Vaughn, M. E. Von the car was missing Father Walsh Fay, of Lakeland and another sister -
Aside from her husband Mrs.: last year. Mr. Brown spent several Mach, Alfred H. Wagg, S. T. Winfree, notified authorities and himself tel- ) Mrs. Paul Bylaski, of Boca

7.-\ Hatchcock is 'survived by one child years in this country as the represen- Fr. J. F. Walsh, A. O. Ward, James ephoned to Pahokee and West Palm Grande.Mr. .

eighteen months oli and her par- tative of the American Tobacco Com- Wesley, Hon. Geo. W. Whitehurst, Beach. It was learned next day thata Nail was formerly engineeron
.,:: ents, Mr. and Mrs. Pv. W. Willis of pany and is well Informed' the Fort Myers; Georgo O. Wright, Dr. car answering the description had on one of the hydraulic! c'reds:

Jasper. manners and custon s of the Chinese. D. Jenkins Williams, R. R. Young, been serviced in Pahokee. It had two I the Caloosahptche' .O":eT1'1'.J bee, project -

".. The body was taHen! from Moore Although the time was limited, Mr. G. A. Yon. occupants, both white men, who had I and more rectntlj: :' hiS I I."fn writ

Haven to Fort Myeri Tuesday by the Brown gave a numl, :r of most inter- 1 inquired the way to West Palm 1 ingjlfe insurance. The boy was tak-
Englehardt ambulance and prepared esting experiences which were greatly Live With Purpose 'f Beach. en to Lakeland this morning and

, for shipment to her former home. in ] enjoyed by those In attendance at The man without purpose lives on, At a late hour today no trace of funeral services! ,will be held there! \
I Jasper for burial. the belt he enjpys ngt Jife,
,.. the missing car had.been. found, j Saturday.. .-

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Hanged: for Smoking! Light Upon Duty Foreign Words '

The problems of black smoke
and Phrases
of any kind invariably
and soot arc not of recent origin.
discovered Joseph of light'upon duty, and
if we know anything we are Mirabile dictu. (L.) Wonderfulto
Arimethea while out blackberrying Cusin&wubN
sure to have thereby a clearer relate. \It.l'Oui
at Glastonbury, England, in
notion of right from wrong. The dire. (F.) Hearsay.
the 687. He found a black '
lump year, which he took back to the mere awakening of the under- Parvenu. (F.) A person of low \
standing must awaken the con- origin; an upstart. I
monastery, but the abbot, think- REVIEWby I
ing it to be stone, told him to I science in some degree You Qui vivra, verra. (F.) Who lives [
cannot gain more intellectual will

throw first it on burnt the in fire.London"Seacoles"were in 1228, ftltuand (D. PL power without also gaining Regnant populi. (L.) The people- !I

and by '1257 the smoke nuisancewas moral light. Just as the com- reign. (Motto of Arkansas.) ;

so great in the big towns that i Western Newspaper Union. ing of the daylight shows you Sanctum sanctorum. (L.) The I
the beauty of nature at the holy of holies.
of was
Eleanor, Queen Henry ,
forced to leave Nottingham on President Would Enlarge same moment that it shows Usque ad aras. (L.) To the very

account of it. By 1306 it had Supreme Court to 15 Views on President's Plan to you the position surrounding, altars; to the last extremity.

become such a curse' that a royal p RESIDENT ROOSEVELT electrifIed Enlarge Supreme Court so, too, even the merest science Ventre-a-terre. (F.) At full gal-

edict forbade artificers to use it congress with a ,surprise Senator Byrnes-I'm for it. must reveal in some slight lop; at breakneck speed.

in their furnaces, and a man was message proposing sweeping Senator Nye-I think the Pres- I degree the beauty or the will Trink-geld. (Ger.) A gratuity.

executed for causing black changes in the federal court system ident has hit upon a most ingen- I I of God.-Bishop Temple. Vive la bagatelle! (F.) Successto

smoke! which would allow ious method of speeding up the trifles! Trifling forever!

the Su- work of our tribunals.
him to pack I!
court with Senator Vandenberg-I am opposed -
Judgment of SpeechA justices preme who could to tampering with the Supreme The Coronation ChairThe

man cannot speak but he it; .t be expected to up- court. chair in which the king and tht 6 Mud FaitTrvOUpWcu :

judges and reveals himself. With hold the constitu- Senator McAdoo-The Presi- queen of England will be crownedwas

his will, or against his will, he tionality of New dent's message receives my un- made for King Edward the J

draws his portrait to the eye of Deal legislation. reserved commendation. First. It is of oak and dates from ,

'others by every word. Every opin- He submitted a Senator Capper-I am certainly the beginning of the Fourteenth :

ion reacts on him who utters it.- ;:; draft of a bill to ac- opposed to increasing the num- century. Originally it was brightly To Alkalize Stomach Quickly "j'

Emerson. complish this reor- ber of Supreme court judges for decorated with gilt and glass
ganization. It pro- the purpose of allowing the executive -
mosaic. The
supporting lions
vides: during any one adminis- comparatively modern. ff\\
President 1. That for every tration to control the decisions of
Enclosed in the chair is the
federal judge with a the Supreme'court.. r
"Stone of Yfi 'r' i
Scone, on which the
" service record of at least ten years Senator Holt-I'm not in favor Scottish '
kings had been crowned. r4e'
ACID ALKALINELVDEN'S "continuously or otherwise" who of increasing the membership of
Edward the First carried it off I.
fails to resign or retire within six the Supreme court.
from Scotland in 1297 and it I
, months after reaching the age of 70 Senator Hale-Should his rec-
i has been crowned subse-
:. the President shall appoint another ommendations be followed, I can ,every :,;
quent king of England. This blockof
judge. see no hope of an independent
reddish sandstone from the
: 2. That the number of additional Supreme'court.Senator !J
west coast of Scotland is tradi-
judges so appointed shall not exceed Gerry-I'm definitely
tionally Jacob's
" fifty, the Supreme Court' being lim- opposed to the President's pro- regarded as pil- 1,1

;<, MENTHOL COUGH DROPS 5,,( ited to 15, members, appellate and posal in regard to the Supreme 'low at" Bethal, afterwards the ""Lia :
[; HELP BALANCE YOUR l' special courts to two additional court. Fail, or "Stone of Destiny, on '
the sacred hill of Tara in Ire- aLa. + .1
ALKALINE RESERVE members each and district courtsto Senator Thomas-I think it, is rOn ':
;;; land. It is also said to have been ''I
twice the present number of a timely and happy solution of a
r::, WHEN YOU HAVE A COLD judges. perplexing problem.Representathe the pillow of St. Columba in lona. all sides, people are learning that ::\

Only twice has the chair left the the way to gain almost incredibly ':'
3. That two-thirds of the Supreme Snell This
f is
abbey when Cromwell in- quick relief, from stomach condition \
' A Try It Court and three-fifths of other courts. pretty near the beginning of the stalled- lord in was West- arising from overacidity, is to alka- '

J(/. Pleasing yourself is admittedly shall constitute a quorum. end of everything. as protector lize the stomach quickly with Phil ;

'. agreeable. Pleasing others is, too. 4. That the chief justice of. the Representative Fish-The mes- minster hall, and when, duringthe lips' Milk of Magnesia. ;

Supreme Court shall transfer circuit sage is political hypocrisy. great war, it was placed in You take either two teaspoons of .

i'. and district judges to jurisdictionswith Speaker Bankhead-The plan safety in the crypt below the the liquid Phillips' after meals; or :.;

t' Don't put up with useless congested dockets in order to for adding additional judges is a Chapter house. The state' sword two Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tab i

PAIN speed up disposition of litigation. sound policy. and shield date from Edward III lets. Almost instantly "acid indiges- 1\\

tr"; 5. That the Supreme Court shall Senator King-I am unalterably (1327-1377). tion" goes, gas from hyperacidity! 1 j
Get rid 0 f. "acid overindulgence
headaches" from

be empowered to appoint a proctorto opposed to it.
f:.' When functional pains of menstruation in food or smoking- and
supervise the conduct of businessin Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are an
k..;. are severe,take CAHDUI. the lower courts. effective.laxative.. Sugar coated. nausea are relieved.
c If it doesn't benefit you, consult a Children like them. Buy v-Adv.! Try this Phillips' way if you have IJ
J-:'-' physician. Don't neglect such pains. The President also proposed a reform capital's only remaining line of' any acid stomach upsets. You will be

1i.',; They depress the tone of the nerves, in the injunctive process whichhe communication, with the outside. surprised at results. Get either the
f- cause sleeplessness, loss of appetite, declared would expedite Supreme Little Self-Respect liquid "Phillips" or the remarkable, :

t' wear out your resistance. Court rulings on the constitutionalityof Strike Conferences Impudence implies .a low esti- new Phillips' Milk of Magnesia I'i

>., Get a bottle of Cardul and see whether legislation and would further insure Motor mate of your self-respect. Tablets. Only 25f? for a big box of .., !:
a." it wilT-help you, as thousands of women "equality" and "certainty" of Bring No Settlement tablets at drug stores. i
iL' have said it helped them.
.',: Besides easing certain pains. Cardul aids federal justice. He said frequent injunctions GOVERNOR MURPHY'S confer- ALSO IN TABLET FORM: "- .' In building up the whole system by help which set aside acts of strike leaders and CHECK THAT COUGH Each tiny tablet '
ing women to get more strength from the r- 'I
4( ., .'r. food they eat. congress are "in clear violation of General Motors officials seemed is the equivalent -i:= I i
the principle of equity that .injunctions about to end without result, though BEFORE IT GETS of of a genuine teaspoonful Phil- :....:=:J p WrS ,

: should be granted only in those there may be a lips'Milk of I.

I"-;: -' Late Remembrances rare cases of manifest illegality and ;r' '{ ', <:;p recess with resumption WO R 5'' E Magnesia.PHILLIPS'. I 1
..: Statues are reared to men at. a N Vy [U.ND
irreparable damage against which .' of negotiations- i
time when they don't care. Check it before it gets you down. Check: it
., later. At this writing
the ordinary course of the law offersno f : :"'. before others maybe the children catch it.
protection." .' .< this is the situation Check it with FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR
rife, f". .. This double-acting compound gives quick relief
He asked that forbid :7', ::< : General Soothes irritated MILK OF
sStnaacl Gas congress any ; : and speeds recovery. raw
injunction or decision by'any federal : : : Motors will not concede tissues;quickly allays tickling hacking.Spoonful MAGNESIAREAD
So BallO Seems court touching a constitutional question : ;. : the right of the habit-forming on retiring,makes stomach-upsetting for acou.h-freesleep.drugs. Ideal
yh., without "previous and ample ,I' t. union to exclusivebargaining for children,too.Don't let that cough due to a
; ;: cold hang on! For quick relief and speeded
. .. ToHgfl4 : Heart: notice" to the atttorney general to :r. rightsfor reentry insist on FOLEY'S HONEY fe TAR. THE ADS
.. .
give the government an opportunity"to .:;.h.-of-/ all the employ-

"The gas on my stomach was so bad present evidence and be heard." .iJkJ ees in all the plants, I
'- not eat sleep. Even
I could or my but offers to stand
heart seemed to hurt. A friend suggested His bill proposed that any lower W. S. Knudsen "Mary !
r by the result Qf darling doh,,
I Adlerika. The first dose I court decision which involved a con- an
brought me relief. Now I eat as I election held under the control of in-we'n
wish, sleep fine and never felt better." stitutional question be appealed directly Hop
-Mrs. Jas. Filler. to the Supreme Court, whereit Governor Murphy. John L. Lewis, grow old together.!
lower Adlerika bowels acts while on ordinary BOTH upper laxatives and would take immediate precedenceover head of the C. I. 0., will not counten-

;A'- act on the lower bowel only. Adlerika all other business. ance an election and he and the
t lives your system a thorough cleansIng other union officers will not recede
New Deal leaders in
E; bringing out old, poisonous matter congresswere
that you would not believe was in your expected to back the Presi- from their demand for sole bargaining Q ,/t:"
system and that has been causing gas
pains, sour stomach, nervousness'and dent's proposals solidly, while it be- rights. t/
headaches for months. came apparent that the conservative Vice President William S. Knudsen firr 'MJ z lQp-_
a p
Dr. H. L. Shoub NetD York, reportit
and other officials of the ia
"1n addition to inteitlnal cleansing, Adlerika Democrats might align with the cor-
greatly reduce bacteria and colon bacilli." solid Republican in opposingit. poration issued a statement that a
Give bowels a REAL cleansing
: your
with Adlerika and 'see how good you The latter group saw in the billa they were ready to resume the con- ,

,, feel. Just one spoonful relieves GAS direct attempt to get rid of some ferences at his call. Governor Mur-
and stubborn constipation. At all
.('.;.' Leading Druggists. of the older justices of the Supreme phy had daily telephone conversa-
Court who have proved continual tions with the White House and in-

stumbling blocks for pet New Deal sisted he was still optimistic.In .

SMALL SIZE E LARGE SIZE acts. Flint there were preparationsfor ,', ,f) I IG
('J'i 60c S' $1.20 "warfare" between the citizens

Malaga Is Taken by and non-union men on one hand
and the strikers on the other. The
i .. Spanish Fascists
mayor was given dictatorial powers

':, GENERAL FRANCO'S Spanish by the city commission with author-
y. 0recognised "
or-, 1'1; 8gA'" troops and warships, ity to organize a "special police"force .". E : tia .

t, -'.'" and Neuritlt tufferen.Remedy A for perfect Rhcumttle1 Blood after several days of fierce battling, of deputized citizens; and the :, !jiuir: :.h}. 1.:r;'

-" Purifier. M.k thin Blood Rick and put to rout the loyalist defenders National Guardsmen under com- }>' _

.. Malaga: and .... mand of Col. Lewis
I,' Healthy. Builds Strength and Vigor. cap- Joseph was

s... Always Effective Why suffer? tured that impor- ready to maintain the peace. The < r.

..AT ALUJOOj3DyDllUGi5ST.OIlES, 1M tant Mediterranean ,: ,. sheriff still refused to execute the
coast city. The in- : court order for ousting and arrestof } ) FARTHEr 3y :;
,i surgent army headquarters rs the sit-down strikers until told ..

Sentinels said thegovernloen' F 'R' to go ahead by Governor Murphy.And *4 BEFORE YOU NEED A QUARTThese
troops < the governor was ignoring that
were fleeing in diss matter pending instructions from t

e order, and observers Washington. _

Don't Neglect.Them 1 posted on hill I

Nature designed! the kidneys to do a tops overlooking Y:L .. Elihu Root, Statesmanand
-,,' marvelous job. Their task is to keep the Malaga described '
flowing blood stream free of an excess of Dies
toxic impurities. The act of living-!(/. the situation as Lawyer,
taelf is constantly producing waste "complete chaos." Gen. Franco ULIHU ROOT, one of America's a-
the matter blood the if kidneys good health must is remove to endure.from The popul..tion and *-' most eminent lawyers and crisp, cold days are fine for

When the kidneys fail to function a* socialist militiamen could not escape statesmen, died in New York at the driving if you have the right oil in QUAKER
Nature intended, there is retention of )
waste that may cause body-wide distress. because the city was surrounded age of ninety-two. Intensively active your crankcase. Use Quaker State

One headache may suffer nagging backache by land and sea, and bands of all his life, he did not cease Winter Oil which
persistent ,attack.of dirtiness, meets the three iiplMQT6R
retting up night, swelling, pufflnew murderous anarchists were said to his activities until he was attackedby I
' und'r the eyes-feel tired, all requirements for care-free driving...
t' worn out.Frequent. nervous be roaming the streets until the fascist pneumonia two weeks before his !i
scanty or burning passage army could enter from the death. easy starting. constant lubrication ;. I

( may bladder be disturbance.The further evidence. of kidney or suburbs. The attacking troops By intellectual brilliancy Mr. Root ..long life. Its stamina is assured

recognized and proper treatment were under the immediate com- became admittedly the leader of the by the "extra quart of lubrication in "
Is a diuretic medicine to help the kidneys .,
mand of Gen. Gonzalo
Quiepo de American bar, and he was actively
rid of .
get excess poisonous body wast gallon. That's
Use Does Pills. They have had more Llano. interested in many societies devoted every why you go

than endorsed forty the years country of public over.approval.. Insist Are eft I The long drawn out siege of Ma- to the arts and sciences, peace much farther before you need to adda

Doo,,',.Sold at all drug stores. drid continued, but there was one and education. During a half cen- quart. Quaker State Oil Refin-

important development when the in- tury of public service he held many ing Corporation, Oil City, Pa.

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\ UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL -v- Way of, Life and LoveWe i.
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., ,' HE HAS ACHIEVED suc.e 1 the final analysis, no nation is are all either stretching or I wont annoy the.
who has lived well, better than the individuals who
SUNDAY compose shrinking. Our world, home, work, world
laughed often, and loved much; Lesson it.-Cordell Hull. business is becoming bigger or weary

who has gained the respect of Every nation builds too many war less. None can stop still. A busi- By Harping on it,
\. intelligent men and the love of By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. ships and too few friendships.Mrs. .-
that does
Dean of the Moody Bible Institute ness not grow ceasesto \.Jron 5 .
has filled Carrie Chapman Catt.
little children; who of Chicago. dividends
pay a shopkeeperthat \
his niche and accomplished his i: Western Newspaper Union. Aviation has brought a revolutionary does not continue to get new I'll find out small "

task, whether by an improved change to a world already staggering customers ,may well shut shop. A unnoticed
poppy, a perfect poem, or a Lesson for February 21 from changes. Charles A. man who does not accumulate joy
rescued soul; who never lacked Lindbergh ideas and visions is donning'old And nv ke. them; into
r' of earth's beauty A great point in acting is tire
appreciation ,
THE POWER OF JESUS OVER age, however few years he has
"listen. It's "on (
or failed to express it; who more important some lived for is not s.a
DEATH age a matter of
times know how listen than
to to
the best Mfc/1NN QIQ
r has always looked for how to speak.-Ethel Barrymore. years. The woman with no friends
ydry in others and given the best he LESSON TEXT John 11:23-28. 3244. cannot live like the woman with
',' GOLDEN TEXT-I am the resurrection It is not possible to conduct a
had; whose life was an inspira- and the life. John 11:25. modern war if the truth the whole a large circle of friends. By add-

tion and whose memory a PRIMARY TOPIC When Jesus' Friends truth and nothing but the truth is ing there is growth; but subtracting -
; benediction.-Bessie A. Stan- Stopped Crying. '
.' told.-Sherwood Eddy. there is death and stagna-
JUNIOR TOPIC Jesus at Lazarus'Tomb.
', _
"J ley. .
.. .
The Power of Jesus over Death.

YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- of them and of the ,stitches used
"1'1'; Contented Mind The Power of Jesus over Death. Tableclothwork material requirements.To ;
:s I
, A contented mind is the greatest Life, even to the follower of Jesus obtain this pattern send 15

i :- blessing a man can enjoy in Christ, has its hours of sorrow, suf- cents in stamps or coins (coins

i the world; and if, in the present fering, and bereavement. While the with, inexpensive, lovely preferred) to The Sewing Circle

,, "i; life, his happiness arises from the Christian is not "of the world," he LuxuriouU when done, and wears like iron.If Household Arts Dept., 259 W.

,',.t :subduing of his desires, it will is "in the world," and here he must it's gifts you're thinking of, use'a ,Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y.

; arise in the next from the gratifi- meet the problems of life, includingthe finer cotton and make a pillow

; ,cation of them.-Richard Steele. evils to which the flesh is heir top, vanity set or other small ar-

iIJ. because of sin. ticles that take but a few squares,. i& FOR BURNS
The fact that Jesus is our friend q cr
In 5738 will
pattern you find instructions -
and our Saviour does not exemptus and charts for making IflOR@iHNE.
from human sorrow, but it does I
squares shown; an illustration SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
needed to
assure us of the grace i
bear the trial and to trust Him even ,

e In life's darkest hour. : :

Lazarus, the friend of Jesus, was Calotabs Help Nature
sick. The home in which Jesus had .
: wlrx txsLIGHTS found rest and fellowship was in

) o deep trouble. Jesus was no longerin
1'0 Throw Off
Judea. In haste word is sent to a CoId- .

:. IHSTANTLY-HQ WAITING him of his friend's illness. But he ..,,
does not Millions have found in Calotabs ,.
come. a' toxines. Second
,: Here's the iron that will"smooth your way are diuretic -
" <*n ironing day". It will save your strength Why does he delay? .help less you cost.do better ironing:easier and quickerat heart-cry of thousands today who chet make the loveliest household colds. They take one or two tab- elimination of cold poisons from .J i

A Real Instant Lighting Iron..no heating call on him' in their hour of trouble. accessories. A square at a time lets the first night and repeat the the blood. Thus Calotabs serve '. "]
with matches...nowaiting.Theevenlybeated The purposes of God are beyondour made in momentstimeyou'll third or fourth night if needed. the double purpose of a purgative ::
doable pointed baseirons garments with fewer to understand. We spare How do Calotabs help Nature and diuretic, both of which are :5
ability fully :
trokea. Large glass-smooth base slides easier. never miss-and before
time reduced one-third. Heats itself you throw off a cold? First, Calotabsare needed in the treatment of colds. 5
Ironing is need but to trust him and abide his .;
.. .use it anywhere. Economical. too...costs know it you'll be ready to join one of the most thorough and Calotabs are quite economical; ":,:
only Vif an hour to operate. See your local time. Notice that his failure to respond them for a cloth or scarf. As a dependable of all intestinal elimi- only twenty-five cents for the fam,3

hardware FREE Folder dealer.-'-Illustrating and telling all at once to the message ofLazarus' bedspread, too, this design will bea nants, thus cleansing the intestinal ily package, ten cents for the trial .','fJ a
about this wonderful iron. Send postcard. sisters did not mean that winner. Use string-it's easy to tract of the germ-laden mucus and package. (Adv.)
16319) he had deserted them (11:4-6). Nor
Dept.WU319.Vkhita..Kans.;Chicago,lILj did it mean that he had denied I.'-
Philadelphia Pa.;Los Angeles.Calif. them: his help (11:7). Lazarus may i
have been dead before the word
I.I :,,
reached him. He may also have
Steadfast Morality I j
delayed in order that there might
Morality is morality; therecan't ",
be about the
no question resurrec-
be dispute about it, in "j
spite 'of slick any and false reasoners. tion miracle. And he may have HOORAY! OH-OH! SHE SAYS SHE .;
tarried in order that their faith A LETTER. '1 NEVER WANTS TO SEE .,." ';" ::: ,s

might be strengthened.Above FROM SALLY/ ME AGAIN / WELLy V CHARGE .

all, do not fail to notice HOPE SHE'SGOING T Y JUST THE SAME I'M

that he came. He always does. Jesus / TO GOING/ TO HAVE TALK
has never failed any child of his. THE DANCE WITH THAT GIRL/ 'k

l\. The time and the manner of his WITH ME!_ .

answer to our prayers may-not con- r
form to our opinion of what should

have been done, but let us remem-

ber that we know only in part, he
To ease the discomfort of colds, ask knows all. Let us trust him. Job I

for St. Joseph Aspirin-world's larg' in his darkest hour said, "Though '
est seller at lOc (12 tablets). 36 ;; t
in him.
he slay me, yet will I trust bJ
tablets, 2Jc; 100 tablets, 50c. Ask
for it by name-St. Joseph Aspirin. (Job 13:15). ,
It is suggested that the lesson for

today be studied and taught by

considering three pairs of words 4
giving cause and effect.I. .s

Death-Sorrow (vv. 32-35; alsovv. ((ov-; r

The Need of Man
Try as we may to temper its ":
Order is man's greatest need, cruel blow, the fact remains that BUTOI DON'T KNOW AND I DON'T WELL..IF YOU'D DO AS THE DOCTOR :

and his true wellbeing.Amiel.When death is the enemy of man. It came SALLY CARE! MY HEAD ACHES... AND SAID YOU WOULDN'T' FEEL BAD"- .,
into the world as the result of sin I I NEVER SLEEP NIGHTS OR BE SO CROSS AND MEAN .:

You Needa (Rom. 5:12), and only in Christ is DON'T PLEASE LEAVE ME ALONE!' ALL 'THE TIME/ a.

it "swallowed up in victory" (I Cor. UNDERSTAND ::::;::::;; ".
Laxative 15:54). Until the glorious day of / ',

Thousands of men and women Christ's returning when the redemption WHAT ....
know how wise it Is to take Black- of the body will be completeRom. HAVE I g f rA { -1
> v
Draught at the first sign of consti- ( 8:23). death will still be the DONE?
pation. They like the refreshingrelief -
it brings. They know its timely enemy which brings sorrow to the w '', ..,.
use may save them from feeling heart and tears to the eyes. 'l'&i
badly and possibly losing time at But let us not fail to notice thatas .
work: from sickness brought on by the friends of Jesus we do not \U

constipation.If sorrow alone. He is with us. "Jesus () .'
you have to take a laxative occasionally wept" (v. 35) with Martha and J. Ins .i

you can rely on Mary. He weeps with us in our !
: .
trying hour. He is the "friend that y..

sticketh closer than a brother." 0 r., ,
II. \
Faith-Hope (vv. 23-28) '
Those who believe in Christ have f

more than the comfort of his sym- oy

Dr. Peery's Vermifuge "Dead Shot" kills pathizing presence-they have a
and expels worms in a very few hours. Ono sure hope. Read I Thessalonians HE SAID COFFEE 30 DAYS LATER I ;
dose suffices.All It Druggists.works quickly f0c.Dr. and surely. 4:14-18. Sorrow and unbelief would NERVES CAUSED :CHEESE" % VEP--.SWITCHING TO '
becloud our faith and thus rob us YOUR HEADACHES 4l O SHE'S BEEN A POSTUM SURE DID HER::
of our hope. Martha needed to have TOLD YOU TO QUIT WERE SINCE SHE GOT i \ ..,. : ..,.. : .:... ., .
her faith stimulated by the gracious
words of the Lord, and then she HEADACHESANP
i vermifugeWrlghta triumphantly puts her hope in himas //NSTEAD. WHY -
"the Christ of God." Once we OH, SLEEPLESSNESS
Pin Co. 100 Gold Street. N. T. City /
I, recognize him as God, we have no DO IT- ( ALL RIGHT--
P hesitation in believing in his miraculous IW/LL//

t power.III. \S r

Christ-Resurrection (vv..' 25, (( k 1y\ {

26, 38-44)).
Majestic and authoritative are the iI
words of Christ "I am the resur' 'y 7'i; '

rection and the life." He it was who

I gave life, for was he not "in the
I beginning with God"? And is it not

1 I said of him that "all things were
I made by him"? And Paul tells us :
1 that "by him all: things consist."
1 He b the only one who could say,

"I lay down my life. I have powerto ... (If live in
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S. Job Ullltfitea, Mgr. come. But if we do not have Buy a can of Postum and drink it instead of coffee for boil or percolate..and Instant Postum,made instantlyin
y. Christ we have nothing. We are one full month. the cup. It is economical, easy to make and deli- '
without God and without hope. ,If.after 30 days..you do not feel better, return cious. You may miss coffee at first, but after 30 days, ",

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always hungry. constantly awake." J 1 1 vegetable fields that grow the ,winter I

Clewis ton News Bitting's SpeechAs These are the conditions in those Before leaving this subject, I wand I vegetable crop of the nation. ,

areas that insist that the American ;you to take to heart two statementsof Set the date ahead on your cal l ,
American Thomas Jefferson endar and prepare for ?n excursion ,
Delivered market be reserved for their exploi- that great ,
Clewiston into the Everglades ubiished Friday in \ |
l every tation.-25c a pound for sugar the :
ioIda, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, last time they were in the saddle "Let the farmer forevermore be that will give you a ne 7 conception OJ j

'.,C:. To Key Men and they ask that the American producer honored in his calling, for they that of south Florida. Thereou will find (j.,
south Florida's bread rnd butter- {I
employing American labor at labor in the earth are the chosen
and an occasional pot o gold at the ''I
American wages be refused the rightto people of God". "
athley Bowden, Editor end of a rainbow. -1'' ami Herald. !,
Five harvests have been completed supply his own market. and I IENflLISJl

and we are in the midst of the The Social Economic Union of Cu- "Were we directed from Washington INVITED TO '-rESTFY. I'I

,i I ed as second class mail mat- sixth. ba Is not satisfied with depriving the when to sow and when to reap, OX HARRISON- ACE BILL "

F 1, 1927, at the Pos we should soon want bread."
jiuary Since December 1931 this, organization American farmer of the American
Florida, unde: to that pleas- Washington, D. C., F>b. \8 (FNS)
in Clewiston, Before proceeding
ce has proved, beyond the shadow market, but after explaining that the fj
,. Act of March 3, 1897.u of a doubt, that here, in the United States does not supply many ant task that brings us together tonight -Flori a's new Superintendent of

Everglades, is the "Sugar Bowl oi things to Cuba because the Cubans I desire to make two an-i I. Public Instruction, Coiln English I
has been invited to test fy next Monday i
rate $2.00 per :year America. prefer European goods, sneeringlyadd
Ascription F.irst-At a meeting of the Boardof before the Senate Education and I;
application have done even more than "the total business of the Flor-
", rates on You
dv-Ttising Directors today, a dividend of 10 Labor Committee on the, Harrison- tII
that, because you have shown the ida fruit and vegetable growers' can- cents a share was declared on the Black School Funds Bill, it was announced :;
world that cane-sugar plantations not be very important nor very pro i
here Senator
by Claude
March 20thto i
Stock payable
Devoted to the advancement and can be successfully operated without ductive." Perhaps this is but a hint Common I
per. '
welfare of Clewiston and HenJrj, exploitation of labor, so common in that having replaced Florida's pine- holders of record March 10th.
the bonuses that
County. other sugar producing areas. apple industry, trying at the present Second-With ,,1
distributed tonight and which,
Today, with thousands of fertile time to replace Florida's winter veg- will
like those of the past, are being paidIn !
acres awaiting cultivation and thous etable and sugar production, they f

Exclusive ands of idle men awaiting the oppor hope sometime in the future to replace Common Stock, of the Corporation,I _. __ 'I
goes shares of stock in Clewiston //
tunity to earn an honest, self-respect Florida's citrus industry.I FLORIDA
Realty and Development Corporation
ing living, we face laws enacted last am telling you these things not equal to the distribution of that stock .1.1j j
WNUF June that prohibit American farm in a spirit of carping criticism, but
this Corporation'sstock
heretofore made on :
ers, producing American crops, with simply to warn you of the sinister and also a check equal to the :1
American labor having an American and subtle propaganda, backed by
this Corporation's
cash dividend on shares of -
standard of living, from shipping millions and millions of resources December'
stock paid last
those crops throughout the United that would attempt to deprive you These dividends represent the production !

States to supply the requirements of: of your livelihood. I of wealth from the wonderful -'

AN AMERICAN MARKET other Americans. Last May, I appeared before the climate of the Everglades. You

Why? Senate Finance Committee when they have seen and assisted in the produc-I!

President Clarence R. Bitting, in So that the product of foreign were considering the' Jones-Mahon- tion of this wealth, created during'

his talk to the key men of the Unit countries may be used to supply the ey Resolution'which extended the past growing and present harvest

ed States Sugar Corporation' Thurs American requirements and official I through this year the restrictionsthat seasons. Let us 'supply the sugar

day night, protested the unfairnessof documents in Washington show that prevent the American producer needs of our fellow Americans and .

the agreement which permits for the working man in those countriesis from supplying the wants of the this production of wealth will be in-

eign agricultural products to be not paid sufficient to purchasefood American people, and, on behalf of creased many fold.

shipped into this country in compe to satisfy his hunger. all Florida sugar producers, we .reg-

tition to American produced goods Spokesmen for Cuban sugar inter istered our protest against process- TRIP WORTH WHILE

and limits the American producer of ests admitted under oath that in the ing taxes on sugar because such taxes

certain articles to only a small percentage recent past, sugar-cane workers in would raise the cost to the consumer Delay until March 15, of the open-

of the amount required for some instances were paid all of 15 of a vital necessity of life; we ing of the Stuart-Fort Myers cross-

American consumption. Not only or 20 cents a day, a day mind, you, protested the making of any benefit state canal' should'contribute to the "

does this pinch in this 'new American not an' hour and In o'/ier instancesfor payment because we believed the sugar success of the celebration by ''allow- Stop at five

<" ear bowl but in many other sec- a day's: work, were given some industry should stand on its own ing more time for preparation.In .

*, fotet Vathteii
i%. having more nearly the climate they were given the ground for a ing the American farmer of his rightto rush, even an event of that magni-

.' d seasons of the tropical counr bed, the stars in the sky for a pillow supply the needs of the American tude would have to make many con-

than other and some clouds for a blanket. market.It cessions to the features of the winter
l IPS suffers more any
visitor program.'Had the opening -
section. Yet despite these known facts,, is indeed significant that Flor-

removed and the ;statements!! are made by those ,who ida was the only sugar producingarea place on Washington's birthday,
With the quota
to expand should know better, that Cuba is a that registered such protests. as was planned, it would have suf- Outside Rooms With II:
sugar industry to'some extent the fact of
fered by
host efficient low cost produc- Private ath'
naturally in the Everglades it is not :: sugar Give us that right to which we are yacht owners and others being heldin

difficult to see what would take er.Let us all be thankful that we 'can entitled-The American Market for Miami and Palm Beach and Fort COOL, CLEAN, QUIET I
piace in a few :years. Thousands of the .>American Producer-and mil- the the season's
still match costs with Cuban Myers by peak of
additional men would be employed, many lions of dollars of American capital festivities. Overlooking Biscayne Bay '

other sugar houses and refineries .sugar-houses and do not have'to prac- will flow into the ,Everglades to 'develop Gov. Fred Cone's
Following asser-
additional tice the great efficiency of havingour Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
would spring up to bring the natural resources of this
work for the joy tion that a cross-state canal will bea
labor solely
1 the communities in which and furnish American Business Section.
asiness to great area em-I winter visitor attraction
great we
out of working.
ocated and plants for the utilizationof they, might get ployment at American wages to hundreds .
What about the Philippines? With suggest, therefore, that this openingwill
waste products would also appear.It of thousands of American i RATES ,::
be well worth the attendance of
isn't difficult to vizualize th'e.rim. free access to our markets, official workmen supplying the needs of the I many here in Miami who picture the '.' \p:
documents tell us that 20 cents is a
of Lake Okeechobee and thousandsof American people.
I $1.50 Single
I vast dismal
in the Everglades as a swamp.
good day's pay for working
acres of what is now waste landin fields. The present attempts, by foreign i. They will be agreeably surprised to
the back country forming the rich- Philippine cane influences to the $2 50 Dc 11ble
Living for the native in the Philippines deny right of the' find the Everglades along the routeof .
est agricultural region of the entire American farmer to to this
the supply sugar waterway a beautiful and fer
is cheap, so profit goes
world. to others. Bamboo for the frameworkof his fellow Americans give deep and tile region, adorned with such jewelsof Special FamilyVeekly &

The future of the sugar industry the shack, some leaves for the important significance to the wordsof production as the United States Monthly Bites: i

.TI this section of Florida is assured walls and roof, some bananas off the Washington-'{Against the insidious Sugar Corporation tracts at Paho-

and it seems more than unfortunate tree for food. A little rice, a little wiles of foreign influence the kee and Clewiston, the Phipps development S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor

that such industry should be so jealousy of free to be
an fish, the sunshine to ferment the a people ought I at Myacca and the vast
r trlcted when the surface of de-
palm juice and then forgetfulness.
-'alopment has only been scratched. --
Good pay for a day's work.

t Let us be thankful that we can

A NEED FILLED I match costs with the Philippine

costs as established by the Tariff
:Most every resident of the county i
Commission and let us be even more
',\ '11 rejoice that an amicable settle-
thankful that we are not so efficientas SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS
v ni Va been reached between the
to deprive the working man of his
::liool hoard and the board of coun- -- -

r v io7umiasioners for a split of the wages. I
Puerto Rican producers
rae: track funds and that the neces- sugar ,/
have complained in public hearings
'ry money 'will be received by the

schools to allow them to operate with in Washington that their workmen Record of Dividends of
must pay higher prices for what they
-i freedom than for several !
ore years.
buy than they would if Puerto Rico. : >:I'.t-:: '. Clewiston Home Building Association
The commissioners would rather .'r. '
was not a possession of the United I ,' '.,' '" '
to -; /:
have seen the gas tax money ge States and at the same time they :. ,, ,, 1

the schools, perhaps, than the race ask for ever greater privileges in the :" ?: ',::; .:::..4.,." :. RATE RATE !

track money and so would practically American market and request the !: --. ';i>:: \ YEAR PERCENT YEAR PERCENT
everyone else but it seems to be I .
; .
Government. take care of their employees ., \
the opinion of the members of the 1 .' ,I: ..
:',. :, 1928 5.5 1933
legality -
boards after discussion that the I
Governmental reports state that '
of that move would be ques- milk and meat are beyond: the reachof \HI'' :'.;;" > 1929 .7.. 1934 ,6, .: .:-- '

tioned. The gas tax money: is ear- the Puerto Rican cane field worker 'i. :::. \ .:: :, ,' 1930:4'= ,: .- 1935 6 '' r--J!
\ .
marked for the reduction of bonded <;' : .... -, .
; that good pay is 59c a day; that '
indebtedness and Hendry county is the plantation operator deducts from '.,, ." .. ... :,. .. 1 1931 1 4 1 1936 .6'-.'," '".' "
in pressing need of such funds at :; : ,' ; ,, : '
no these meager earnings 20 cents a .. '. '.",, ':''' ,." .' 1932 ,-: : \ .
this time. On the other hand the '
day for the noonday meal and that :'; .' ; '
race track money is used in the gen- often in the commissary account ,'. : :r",6't; ; :: ,' : : :

eral fund for any purpose. It is against the worker are "things" and ;i :' / :,p .,;
good that the is available for :
money "more", the Government reports do I .
the schools from however '
source -
not indicate how often, if at all, the ;- '. :. : CALL BY THE HOME
even if the county commissioners -
date is also added In the charges.
have to economize for a whileto ,, BUILDING OFFICE FIRST
Current History for June 1936

make up for the loss. states that wages for cane planting Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND '

range from $2.99 to $4.44 a week- Home has '.
COMMUNITY CHURCH ., return. Building never paid : ,
get that-$2.99 a week-and adds ; t THINGS OVER. .
"The cost of food alone for dividends of less than 4 : Y.
an agricultural percent per year. ":; ::j' '
Dr. D. Jenkins Williams will de- worker supporting a familyof :; .
mcr the third in his series of Lenten five* was calculated at $17.50 a In these days of reduced interest on savings t() .
services next Sunday evening, week. The difference between" this:: accounts and reduced returns on other ': /;:, 'Q. ""i': ,
February 21, at 7:30. The theme will \ ; :
and the foregoing earnings needs no :
be "Beh.old Thy Mother". comment. It is more fortunate that forms of investment Home; Building offers GW'-.J"

The choir will render appropriate the sunshine 'in Puerto Rico is so the conservative, thrifty investor the investment .

musical numbers. Everyone is cor- plenteous." best suited to his needs. In- .. '
dially invited to attend. For the sake of the poor Puerto '

jr.: -- Rican field worker, let us hope that vestigate Clewiston Home Building Association -

t.. DEPUTY COLLECTOR TO HE HERE commissary operators there do not f
S read Current History, because it ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME I

: A Deputy Collector of Internal might give them the idea of adding little as $5.00 per month or as much as

;. Revenue will be in Clewiston on Feb- "sunshine" to the commissary bill. BUILDING

-n: uiary 24, at the Post-office to assist Let us be thankful that while we $1,000.00 in a lump sum, you'll find a !

taxpayers in the preparation of their can pay adequate wages and still Home Building program adapted to your ASSOCIATION
i ", income tax'returns for the 1936. lower
year produce sugar at costs submitted PHONES 102-103 '

.. by the Puerto Ricans to the Tar- requirements.
;" Mrs. J. G. Niblack and Mr. and ,iff Commission we are not as effi- .

:Mrs. M. J., Hirsh were visitors JpvWest .., tent as the Puerto Ricans in obtaining \
'- Palm Beach ,Thursday. cheap labor so cheap they: are
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.'!...:":":":":":":";":":..:":":":NNNNMNN:":N:' -;".:. MRS. STEWART ENTERTAINS corations and refreshments with gold I the day before ,the presentation. be- and'general manager c' the U. S. ::
; WITH CHOP ST7EY DINNERMrs. and red hearts, red roses and white cause of illness of one member of Sugar Corporation, Clewiston;. Jay
:_:: Personal Mention :: --- baby's breath used as room deco- the cast. W. Moran, Treasurer a: d Ass't Sec- ,'i)
E. L. Stewart entertained rations. Refreshments of red and
n...........................................it".................... ..............'... Thursday evening with a chop suey white heart ice creamy and a three- part Each in member a splendid of the'manner cast took which his retary, Clewiston ; Stewart M. Sey- ;!
wJ. dinner at her home which was followed tiered birthday cake in red and mour, Attorney, New York; Forrest ,>;J
-' Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Crouch, Bob testifies to the long hours of hard "
L Turner and Shirley Bowden were by an evening of bridge. white were ,served. work which had been spent on re- P. Tralles, Attorney, St. Louis, Mo.; ;

visitors in Miami Tuesday. Bridge prizes were awarded as follows Mrs.. B. E. Herring and Mrs. R. J. hersals both by the members of the Another director, Thos. Oxnard, of :[1

1 : Mrs. W.. C. Prewitt, high, Mrs. Lee assisted Miss Ward with the en- cast and by the director. the Savannah Sugar Refinery, Sa- 1

Ross Beason, of Miami, was a bus- Jack Schwenker, second; Mrs. G. E. tertainment. ( Through the entire play there rag- vannah, Ga., was on his way here but 7 ;'.a)
iness visitor here for a day or two Smith, low and Mrs 1.1.. Hill, cut. Those present included] : Misses ed a dramatic fight for "Progress"made was forced to stop in West Palm_ "1

the first of this week. ( Others enjoying the evening were: Bernice, O'Neal, Bernice Guthrie, greater by Aunt Lil, played by Beach because of illness. *. .. ',
Mrs., F.: Deane Duff, Mrs. H. J.. B. Ethel Willis, Gladys Willis, Hazel Dorothy Hare. There were many dra- -------- /

Miss Marion Chaplin, of Jackson- Scharnberg, Mrs. Frank L. Allen, Prince, Billy Hooker, Geraldine Hal- matic scenes enacted by; the "News- Always Water Vapor in Air ..I
\ ville, was a business visitor here. for Mrs.' H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J. W. Francis sey, Dorothy Hare, Christine Bell, carrier" and the typical "Georgia There is always water vapor pres-
several days this week. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. W. C. Florine Moore, of Clewiston and Betty Cracker" which was relieved by the ent in air, but the amount varies .
Owen, Mrs., O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. M.W. : Hooks and Mildred Hill, of La- wit of the negro servants, ,Aunt ,over a, wide range a'cording ,to ;t
Bigg, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. C. H. Belle, Merrill Lowe, Jack Kinsey, Mandy, "Slo Joe", and Posey. The ''the weather. It may be 'as low ?
A. W. Sias, of West Palm Beach, Berner, Mrs. Maie Wright and Miss Jimmie Hall, Ed and Connie Clark] role of Wallis Darlington was takenat .as .1 per cent on a bitterly cold ,
spent the week-end with Mrs. Sias Jayne Harrington. Judson Francis, Coburn Moore, Vin- the last minute by Connie Clark clear day on the northern plains, \!i

here. cent Oglesby, Bob Patterson, James due to Jimmy Hall's illness. or as high as 5 per cent on a .

DYESSTAYLORMiss Winn, Sandy Bell, Leroy Hare, Ed- steaming day in the tropics. t

Mrs. A. 'W. Lawrence, Mrs. Foy win Ward, Russell Underbill and .
Directors Inspect ---'---
Durrence: and Mrs. Viola Stone were Helen Taylor, of Russclville, Tena Luckey and Louis Wcthering-

11 in West Palm Beach Wednesday. I Ala., became the bride of Wilbur Dy- ton of LaBelle. 'J.M.COUSE

I _! -- ess in a short ceremony performed. (Continued From Page One) .
::1 Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King and son, "Wednesday morning in Moore Haven I MUS. MACK" MAHON IS year and were complimentary to the Counselor and Attorney at Law, I

f;a Arthur Wayne, were visitors in West by the Glades county judge, L. E. WINNER BANK TIGIIT corporation officials and the person- Hopkins Building

Palm, Beach Friday. Guess. nel for the business-like manner jn

Mr. Dyess is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mahon was the winner which everything is being handled Wednesdays "and Saturdays
,":, Mrs. S.W.. Houser and Mrs. E. A. Mrs Bert Dyess of Lakeport and is Tuesday night of the largest bank with a constantly increasing efficiency. 9:30 to 4:00
::"; Houser were visitors in West Palm now employed here by the United night award ever made at the Dixie :

f;; each Saturday. States Sugar Corporation. The cou- Crystal Theatre. The amount was Members of the board of directors

......" pie met last winter when Mr. Dyess I $115 and Mrs. Mahon was standingin present were Frank;: L. Allen, presi- L. B. MershonAGENT
Mrs Grover Poole and Mrs. J.
was employed in Russelville.Mrs. front of the theatre when her dent Frank L. Allen, Inc., New York;
McLure, Jr., of Canal Point were visitors ,
Dyess has been attending the : name was called. Robert W. Atkins, Partner, Abbott
here Thursday. v. high school in her home town and I Proctor and Paine of New York; New York Life ;.4
-- would have graduated this spring. i "STILL WATERS" PLAYSTO Clarence R. Bitting, President Bit- .
Mrs. Roy Alston and Mrs. B. J. Insurance Company
r in Moore Mr. Dyess graduated from the 1\1oore.. GOOD CROWD ting, Inc.; of New York and Presi-:
Schroeder were visitors
,, Haven High School in 1934. dent of the U. S. Sugar Corporationof ARCADIA, FLORIDA
r Haven Monday.
r';;I The young couple have taken an The Senior class play of the Clew- Watch Hill, Rhode Island; Wm.T. .
apartment in the Shultz Apartments. I iston High School entitled "Still Bitting, Secretary of the corpo-
r,. Kenneth Ballinger, Tom Smith
Waters" was 'presented at the school ration and of Bitting, Inc., Phila- NORGE REFRIGERATORS
f t. and Jack Dixon, of the Miami Herald -
) MISS MILDRED WARD HAS I last Friday night and was well attended delphia, Pa.; Wm. H. Bixby, Partner,
p;, staff attended the President'sdinner PARTY ON 18TH BIRTHDAYMiss despite the inclement weather. G. H. Walker and Co., St. Louis, Mo.; Furniture and Home Furnishings

Ff V- Thursday night. Ii The large audience seemed to Harry S. Covington, Vice-President: I PHILCO RADIOS

f'r Mildred Ward'entertained have proved an inspiration to the of the cprporation, New York; JamesH.
State Senator John R. Beacham, .
with..a'party at her home Monday ev- cast and to the director for'' the play Douglas, Attorney, New York; Household FurnishingsInc.
Alfred H. Wagg and Ben Herr of
f.; ening, the occasion being her, eigh-I went off in nice shape with a min- John G. Getz, Jr., Associated with
of West Palm Beach were visitors
teenth birthday. imum of promptings despite the fact Charles S. Mott, Detroit, Mich.; .
here Thursday.Carl I
A Valentine motif was used in de I that a substitution had to be made James J. Harrington, Vice-President BELLE GLADE FLORIDA, ,

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Hanton, J. C., Clements and

Judge Geo. W. W'hitehurst of Fort -- .
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Myers attended the Piesident's Din- 1;
ner Thursday night.

Lee Johnson, of Lansing, Mich,
is spending few days this week with
his sister, Mrs.: A. R. Broadfoot and
'Mr. Broadfoot.Mr. .

and Mrs. Mack Greene, of
:Moore Haven, were dinner guests of a ui

f' Mr. and evening.Mrs. B. J. Schroeder Monday AI

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VT Mrs. E. N. Arlington Minneapolis -

Minn., and Mrs. Harriet Libbeyof
St. Paul, Minn., are visiting here
with their mother, Mrs. A. E. Shultz. !

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Flanders and

daughter, Phyllis 'of Moore Haven.
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.

F. Simpson Friday night.

Mrs. F. M. Sathre--'1 left- Saturday to i
j jtf
join her husband in Miami.. Her sister -

Miss Betty Lord, who has been ;: "i'. .
'k'. ( ... t 1.oI:'j-/,; :.-
.. ; .
her "
visiting her here accompanied -" \
((1. J&v: it 1y'.. +
rSryti ,otk
to her new home. r.: ; .L "r,1" ;
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Thos. R. Lykes, president of the "

Lykes Brothers Steamship Lines and
the Lykes Brothers Cattle Company

of Tampa was a business visitor here

Thursday. 4tii }

Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff haveas II

their house guests, Mr. and Mrs
Jack Swencker and Forrest P. Tral-

les of St. Louis and Mrs. Duff'r

father, F. E. Bryant, of Canal Point.

Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Midgette and

i daughter, Jean;; of cape Girardeau,
Mo. and Mrs. J. R. Beatty: of De-

.. Funiak Springs are the guests 'of Mr.
\ rx T '
and Mrs. C. D. Beatty and family. 4
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Allen of

New York City were visitors here
this week. Mr. Allen is a director of

the sugar corporation and was here '
for the director's meeting and the

President's dinner. Exclusive Ford Dealers' ; cars sold under this plan, are Renewed -

Clarence R. Bittling left this morning ,,' to definite specifications set '.i.1
: for Palm Beach following the : R & a Plan Now Makes I'
the Ford and Guaranteed
up by Factory, -
i dinner for the key men of the United -
I States Sugar Corporation at Safe To Buy A Used Car! in writing by us on a money- j
I I which he was the host Thursday -" ED GllA I
back basis. '
I night. Mrs. Bitting drove over for ; .
him this morning. ,:The day is past when you had to We'd like to have you look over !
-- take anybody's word for used car our R & G' stock right now. You'll '
Miles Lane and Benjamin Oxnard, 'j

of Savannah, Ga., Marshall Noel, ': :value-even ours. Today, you can find an unusually wide range of Every R&G used car and truck ;

of Milwaukee, Thos. R. Shipp, of choose a used car with the same makes and body types. .. including 'has been Renewed to specifi-
Washington, D; C., Geo. B. Hills, of
Jacksonville, W. I. Evans and W. G. confidence that you would have in many late models. All have been cations laid down by the Ford \

Troxler of Miami, and Senator Ar- selecting a new one. priced low for quick sale. And each Motor Company, and is fully
thur Gomez of Key West were among
those at the President's Dinner For this new kind of protection of them represents a value that Guaranteed in writing on a i

.. Thursday night. you can thank the exclusive Ford can't be duplicated for quality and MONEY-BACK basis. ;{
Barbara Broadfoot returned Wednesday Dealer R&G Plan. All of our used guaranteed satisfaction! .' :\
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evening from the Fort Myers / .

Hospital where she underwent an op- ,_ .r .Ii, PcH ...
eration last week. She is reported
improving rapidly. Her grandmother -I

Mrs. M. C. Johnson, who entered -
the hospital a day or two earlier
for treatment is also reported do- ,
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what This Was Way Back "

( Q bb In the Year 1916 :

BRIGHT STAR I. In 1916, women-do you remem- I','

+ Jjp1J4'Ithinksabout ber? wore cotton or lisle stock0!

ings. They wore full-length union

: suits; home-made muslin under- '
The Plight of Spain. wear; corsets; corset-covers; high
: button boots. They owned dress- I
By MARY SCHUMANN BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF.- forms for home dressmaking. :'

the.bloody task of utter- In 1916 chaperons wera ubiqui- 1

ly destroying herself Spain can- tous. Nice women definitely didn't

not bob their hair. Grapefruit was
complain that she lacked "
Copyright br )(acra. Smith Ce. Wmi Serylc
for practically unknown, as was
hearty co-operation on the coli. Women were broc'I'I 1
CHAPTER VIIContinued15 approval, praise, and did little unexpected the inner part of her arm. She I part tries.of some of her sister coun- just cooking well, not in provid- i

kindnesses now and thento took the hearth broom and swept ing ar scientifically balanced diet : '

deserve it. back some ashes, averting her Openly or secretly, half of the for their families. They baked i I

"Not tonight. I won't" let you. When she met the Whitneys, she face. great European powers are contrib- their own bread. Women who fed i;(

"I can't stay here. had found in them a congenial cou- Cun rose to go, extended his uting to the bloody their families out of cans were ;,;
"Yes Let talk things "
you can. us what is bestto ple for bridge, conversation or an hand. "Good-by nice of you to be ruination, so that, branded lazy-Nancy Hale in ,
aver quietly-decide when the finish y" Women's I ,
outing. Joan was clever; Cun a home. :
be done.
couldn't "Wasn't it? I'm that comes, they'll have
Best to be done? What w-s bestto lively companion. Cun way-nice, "I
done talk of books or plays or music, she said carelessly.He spoils or dubious
be ? I Legislatures !
will ? and swept away the idea of their kissed her. It was not theI prestige or both and ''ii
"It's so late-where you go that ill-fated land -Z t Four states have tried the unicameral !
Get mother at this hour having significance for anyone else hasty self-conscious kiss of a bump
up ,
your with ridicule. This kin to furtive desire wilt be a burying (single house) legisla- (
or a hotel? Publish tha whole a magnificent yielding a ,
thing !I" amused her, for she knew it came but a deftly slow meeting of his ground and a deso ture: Delaware, until 1776; Penn- ;:j(

The, roots of habit, and of home from his naive desire to have the lips with hers. lation.A I sylvania, until 1790; Georgia, 1777- ,'f''

are mighty in their strength, sturdyin world he knew-that of virility, They had both laughed with soft fellow gets to 1789, and Vermont, until 1836. Ne- ,f
resisting an attempt to break of smart achievements in sales- understanding and self-excuse wondering why thisor braska's unicameral legislature

away. But he could not occupy the manship, of golf, of success in a kiss-what was' a kiss between that government 4ry convened for the first time in January -

material way-supreme before the friends? She rebuked herself aft- chooses for an em- this year.
close her
bed so to knowingHis "
mother? What explanation worlds of the intellect. erward for her response. But she blem some noble Irvin S. Cobb //f) "I

could he offer? It would have Cun was always decorous in his found herself looking forward to creature when the '

to be a hotel! He reached for the manner toward her but secretlyshe the next meeting with a reluctant turkey buzzard or the grave-rob- Still ?
bing hyena would be Coughing !
knob of the door behind her back. recognized a quality that excitement.He so appropriate.
moved her. "You're brought her an illustrated .
But she had read his wavering my own No
matter how medicines
kind!" Coul had said to her weekly. The others Fierce winters and devastating many' j
roughly were near by.
of a second. "The other room, you have tried for your cough, chest :
Hagh-the guest room! You can the last time she saw him. "This is the advertisement I told floods may be curing us here on cold or bronchial irritation, you can I:'I,

sleep there!" "You can't get away from it for you about. Pretty clever, eh?." this side of the water, but at leastwe get relief now with Creomulsion. i l'

Sleep? She thought he could all your airs! You understand me Then in a tone low enough for only have been spared the afflictionof Serious trouble may be brewing and I Ii
cannot afford to take chance
you a
-because you're like me!" He had her to hear:. "What you do to me is having for our next-door neigh-
sleep? At length he gave an unwilling with anything less than Creomul- :'I
gesture of assent. Dorrie seized and kissed her until she worse than a bank failure! bors certain nations. sion, which goes right to the seat ;,
i "Very clever ad." She hummed' of the trouble to aid nature to !
hurried in to turn on the lights, remove pushed him away, filled with loath- !
ing and fascination. and moved away. She snubbed Kidnapers' Ransoms. soothe and heal the inflamed mem- !'!
the silken coverlid. She hat-
One December, day Cun had him several times after that and IT'S all well enough to pass an branes as the germ-laden phlegm 1,1
ed the idea of change, he thought; Is loosened and expelled. ,:!
dropped by with silver tray which felt moral about it. But with act making of
wanted to go on without definitely a very payment ransomto Even if other remedies have :'j 1
facing the issue. Something would Joan had borrowed, and lingeredjr Cun in his place, life lost a certain a kidnaper a criminal offenseas failed, don't be discouraged, your ::
zest. though heartbroken parents would druggist is authorized to guarantee 3 11!
have to be done. What-he did not
She in dull mood that Jan hesitate Creomulsion and to refund your r;
was a to pay ransoms to get
know. Perhaps the morrow would money if you are not satisfied with 1
bring some clarity. uary day when Cun called. "Hello, their babies back, no matter what results from the',very first bottle. .J

Dorrie turned at the door before how do you like this blizzard? the penalty for so doing might be! Get Creomulsion,right now. (Adv., ;1+

leaving. "Does Joan know?" Don't you need a man who is out- And can you see any American jury ,r

He nodded. of-work to clean off your side convicting those parents? The author Much Vain
walks?" Then in a lower voice: of the law is no doubt wel1-in-
"She does? She bit her lip. What did you worry about last "
"Please let me come over and talka tentioned but there is another law,
"Then I suppose she told you. year? Isn't it gone and forgotten? .
while! Joan went down town
called the law -
He did not answer. of human nature, :\
and I'm as lonesome as the last which most surely would defeat his i.(
She said with a curious venom, "
"I'm sure she did-and it was pretty r4 1HA passenger pigeon! purposes.By .
She her consent. After all I
mean of her, when she knew gave the way, a person who should ,
how.it would hurt you!" 6"1. it was a kind thing to do-even know what he's talking about, tells

Hugh stared at her. Hugh would approve. Cun was feel- me that three out of every four
ing down. No job-poor fellow! known
Her door closed. kidnapers during recent

The darkness folded the room It. A, These were the excuses her con- years have been ex-convicts with '

round, an aching evil darkness. An scious mind gave, while the inner records as repeated offenders. ine E

iron band tightened around Hugh's i? mind sent her upstairs to changeher tpu .. I IJcdieveJ.
; her hair wkh '
dress, spray per-
skull, and his mouth seemed filled
Optimism De Luxe.
Ii fume, in riotous excitement."Cun ( )
with the taste of brass. The sec- I LIKE the spirit of a gentleman *
ond time,that that you mustn't sit on the
night taste. Odd in New York who started dredg- NEURALGIC PAINquictethecauie
arm of chair! Sit over there
thing. He had never had it before! my ing operations in East river. He '
His heart pounded until his where you belong across from me. (
set out to
dig up a minimum of $4-
I'll make you shovel snow if I
chest ached, and his nerve were
800,000 gold and silver from the
don't behave! I know
you my .i
... as tense as fiddle strings. and liqaid... :
: ooze, to date has salvaged 96
hair is pretty and I know I'm
" Over and over the scenes, the I
beautiful. I've been told it a hun- cents, two rusty frying pans and a ALREADY DISSOLVED-

words repeated themselves-Joan dred times! Now penknife-and is still probing.For .
' are you going
: Dorrie and Cu.i
: . Dorrie. .I
',.:: They would not let him alone. ..And to, be sensible-good friendsor gorgeous optimism I can
. shall we have to stop seeing think of but one case to match this.I 1//
each time the act was played, he -
:' became aware of sinister implica- each other altogether? Please i. was on the French Riviera one The Protesting MartyrIt

,."'. tions, ghastly ogre faces that q don't! I hate to be touched summer. They'd been shifting the is the protesting martyr that

.- I'm not seductive This railroad tracks along the Grand leaves mark
and a the world.
" leered mocked at him, suggested "Not Tonight. I Won't Let You." on
G', old dress? Just an afternoon thing Corniche. This left a disused tun-
: details, whist ered: "Don'tyou
:,: remember that time-?" to talk by the crackling fire. Out- which you said you liked once! nel. So, week after week, a bearded -

ti"' Joan had said "they don't care side, it was a gloomy, menacingday But I didn't put it on for you gentleman sat at one mouth of

,., :ny more." Then she meant that and it had seemed magically Why do you say that? Aren't, the empty bore with a sign over his
warm and in the dim deal for head reading: "This for
cosy room. you taking a great granted property i
', others must know, and he, like the
r. The talk slipped into easy rhythmand ?" All weak defenses. Words sale." When I left he was still
:., fool in the snickering fable, was they
t talk which did not deceive him for her there waiting for r
,,! last to learn what was going on laughter, harmless of cars somebody who
::' under his own roof. and hunting trips, and the meritsof tone did not match her sentences.He was in the market for a second-

Then like an imperious flood it various bridge systems. Then a knew he was evoking a response hand tunnel.

and silence fell and something fluid and in her, read it in the slurred WT
1\, came over him, distaste longing -
between them. She uneasiness of her voice in the
mingled in its waves, his desire stealing passed deep South American Explorers.

r' .,. for this woman who had betrayed looked at him and he was smilingat sparkle of her eyes. It was a Q F RECENT years, those hardy
her. She recognized the lightin which he had played "
f him, for the sweet, dear game many adventurers who set forth to '

[ flesh which had seemed so inalienably his eyes and dropped her own. times before but never for such invade the last great unexploredarea ;tom
A disturbance urgent as the vibra- quarry. interior South
; his own. He despised himself America, seem
[i r' tion from a humming wire ran up (TO BE CONTINUED) to follow routine
for his passion; but he could a regular to wit,

.:.. not quell it or master' it. as follows: D '

t": At length the chattering of rob- First They start off. 'I

I;.;--> irs and sparrows, the crescendo Starve, Live Long; Restricted Diet in Second-They get lost. <.\ t

.: ". and diminuendo of passing cars, Third-They are rescued. EVER .v 110 utrtg \ ''I,
Youth Leads Old Water FleasAt { 0.
to Age-With
: :"" the sound of the maid going out But wouldn't it save wear and

to early churn, warned him that tear and nervous strain if the rescue 'Ij j

no matter how calamitous, he must expedition went on ahead so it could A
,c: Brown university Dr. Lester been known that either by loweringthe

I" take up the burden of the day Ingle and Prof. Arthur M. Bantaare body temperature or by reduc- get and settled comfortable down and in camp be all nice Growing Girls I
studying the mystery of life ing the food supply it is possible to waiting Mr. J. D Hartsfield.
, :: Dorrie had loved Hugh when she the explorers when they staggeredin 2251 Phyllis St. Jacksonville -
f and especially the of prolong the life of low
process grow- very organ
said "When
married him but she had exhausted from toting all those Fla. :
ing old, reports a writer in the New isms. growing into womanhood
z been in love with him. He offered tons of material for future lea "mot I took Dr. Pierce's Favorite -
! York Times. The objects of their Evidently we are confronted here ,:f Prescription
y'a of lice much pleasanter and ture tours? The modern discoverer a
critical cladocera with ,., tonic Mother realized I
study are so- a modification of the metabolic :
"' more dignified than her wander- is gallant, but apparently has ': '. .. was not very strong-I
ings, with her mother before she called water fleas, which are not process whereby food is convertedinto no more sense of direction than an would tire very easily.
, all but minute animals After taking the 'Prescription' -
' insects at tissue and energy, a process and
egg-beater seemingly could I
met Hugh. get grew stronger and had a. real ap-
Her pleased her at related to the lobster. Ingle and that, obviously puts a mechanicaland lost on top of a marble-top table. petite. Later in life when I became a.
'- marriage Banta cut down the food supply in chemical strain on the organ- mother the 'Favorite Prescription' as a,
first. She rejoiced in the background tonic helped me again. Sold by druggists.
Marsh the younger stages of the "fleas, ism. If the strain is great, as when Buy now I New size, tablets SOc. Liquid |t.
y "' of the family in Corinth The Charms of Music.
then increased it after maturity. large quantities of '
are -
boasted of it in letters
t faintly to a medical
i :" Result: The duration of vigor was the wear and tear also, are ACCORDING WNU-7 7-37
to friends liked the novelty of
f:; !essor Pennsylvania, sam-
increased by 50 per cent.: great. Meals that are heartier than
;. having u home of her own and an ples of whisky, when subjected to
indulgent husband who could not In four years nearly 2,000 clado the organism needs mean a burningup a musical sound treatment for sev-
were tested at Brown. Ani- of youth. Give the body what it Today I Ate
k{ do enough: for her. Later when she en hours, produce a liquor which
T.,. becam bored with the convention- mals that were normally fed at all wants-no more-and life is pro- equals one that has been aged in

';;_ alities of Corinth, which was so : stages of growth had an average longed. wood for at least four years. But CABBAGEHospitals

;, much like the Harrisville of her life of only 29 days. Their fellowson Neither Ingle nor Banta cares to why get excited about this? I've use carminative

..Y,. youth. she sternly, told herself she half rations for 14, days and full draw any analogy between water known certain brands of classical colic"!to caused relieve br"wind indigettlon. -

was lucky-lucky; that Hugh was rations thereafter lived to the hale fleas and humans. Still, they do music which, in one evening, have You should W

' far too good for her. and hearty age of'42 days. Similar permit themselves to say that "if aged a grown man to a point wherehe too.other Avoid harsh soda products.Try and.

: Fluvanna puzzled her at first. She experiments with partial diets -until human life could ,be prolonged to a figures the present Christian era "RRR" which hasnodisagreeablelaxatlve ".

was- not the traditional motherinlaw. the cladocera were 20 and 28 days proportionate extent, the average must be about over.- after effects. You will -'

Could anyone so generous*, so old resulted, in life spans of 44 and expectation of life at birth would be Only a few weeks ago, being soft- like it.For 90 years"RRR" has been used
to quick relief from
wisely kind, so free from envy or 51 days. close to one hundred years and humans ened by the spirit of the approaching give due to unwise eatin cramps. Its carminative and gaspains

r.; criticism exist" She suspected a Apparently the most favorable pe- would be growing and repro- holidays, I suffered myself to be stimulating,or warming,effect expels the gas by

pose at first, but came "o recognize dod of the abundant life is not early ducing at eighty and ninety years of lured to a Chopin recital and got muscles.Buy certain'RK R"involuntary at your druggist nerves: 35c.and I

f.. that the circumstances of Flu- ycuth, but maturity, when possiblythe age." jammed in and couldn't escape For FREE trial sue n.rite !

r: vanna's life had left her beautifully body is better able to withstand and finally staggered forth into the RADWAY&CO.,Inc.208 F-l Centre St.N.Y. :

;' ly self-contained, instead of bitter the effects of a fairly rapid' dissi- Tea Long in Use night feeling that Methuselah had WARMTH WORKS WONDERSFOR I

k". and broken. Dorrie, who had expected pation of energy. This is not exactly Tea probably was the first artifi little if anything on me.IRVIN INDIGESTION :

; to patronize or be patronized a revolutionary discovery. cially concocted human drink. If S. COBB. I _!fm"lla:
looked up to her, wanted her I For at least a generation it has dates back 4,700 years in Chin Copyright -WNU b rvlc.

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M.U rarottte r awas Sea-Gong PonesIj HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONS

i"' By j ; :. :H'vqu7t N Items of Interest to the Housewife P*>

G nflC;- l Neysa

/ McMein ..
Sliced almonds make a pleasant When broiling a steak cut off
,e itq A Sru'"dD '"M"' .yr r .'h% ,
addition to chicken salad. excess fat around edge to prevent
Maple Fudge. it from'
catching fire when placed
21A cupfuls of maple sugar ',.'!ri 'n Bluing spots on white clothingcan below glowing fire.
1 teacupful of cream } t be removed by boiling in clear *
1 tablespoonful of butter water. When
serving pickled onions use
1 of black walnuts *
teacupful ,
sugar tongs of a fork. It
chopped or whole. A solution of ammonia or soda is easier to get them out of the

and water will remove grease jar.
Cook sugar and cream to soft-
stains from unvarnished wood. *
ball ,stage, add butter, take from .
fire and allow to cool to body heat A little sweet oil applied to A little starch added tp the

(93 degrees Fahrenheit), then stir bronzes after they are dusted, followed water used in washing windows,
in the nuts and beat ur til it becomes by a brisk rubbing witha mirrors and other glassware will
not only help dirt .
remove will :
creamy. chamois skin will bring out their
Cop'rlght.-WNU Service. rich tones. give a lasting polish.
Shipping Cattle in Hawaii. Associated Newspapers.-WNU Service.

Hot-Air Bags only 'sea-going cow ponies I Rogers rode the range with them
THE America are believed to during a visit to Hawaii. Will showed
4 The hot-air balloon, first deviceto those used by the ranchersof them his bag of rope tricks, eachof 15 Price Now

to carry man from the ground in Hawaii island, 200 miles which was immediately duplicated -
q free flight, is staging a comeback southeast of Honolulu. by the various native cowpunchers. -

Two Austrian inventors With the same ease that ponies : When Will had exhausted his of FamousRemedy
N. have built such a balloon which on the western plains handle a repertoire, his island friends showed :!

has ascended 6,560 feet. troublesome steer, these island him an entirely new bag of stunts.
''t The air in the balloon is heated
\ mounts handle cattle in deep ocean "
"Boy! Will remarked, "they told
( intense kerosene flame. No
by an, waters. Cold
me Hawaiians were great swim-
: I 1 gas, such hydrogen or helium, The 4,015 square miles comprisingthat mers but they're the greatest bunchof ;
r.: is necessary. The lifting' is done island contain many cattle "
.... ropers and riders I ever saw. .
I : entirely by hot air. No ballast is ranches, one of which is rated as 1. Take 2 BAYER ASPIRIN tablets and 'f
r' needed. The balloon may be made being among the largest in the en- Cowboys Won Prizes at Cheyenne.Will drink a full glass of water. Repeal treat .;,'
il to ascend by turning up the kero- tire United States. On the island was then told about a bunch ;'%>4':' ', ment In 2 hours. ,,:J

.': sene flame, and to descend by only one harbor has dock facilities ot cowboys from Hawaii who had > : ik'J'w" 'n;:: 4Y.4::} qlC }UY l .:.

p turning it down. Washington whereby cattle destined for the Hon read, a few years ago, of the won- '. :

zr Post. olulu market can be loaded directly derful roping and riding of cowboyson 6"t'

onto steamers. At all other ports the western plains. Being anx- o :.t

the cattle must be driven into the ious to see these highly touted

sea, tied to small boats and carriedto riders, the island boys visited Chey-

k' the steamer anchored a mile or so enne. One look at the riders and

: off the shore.It the broncos was all they needed. In- 'i .,, '-

IF COLD is this unusual transportation stead of being merely spectators,
problem of Hawaiian ranchers that they became entrants, pitting their

r,, has brought about the developmentof skill against the men they had come 'l', ,
;I:' specially trained ponies for ocean to watch. When the final events ;:};};:+r .,.. ,',
' service. The the Hawaiians who had { "' Jf, r.y ; ; {} yiY:,:::rti
result is a type of were over,
; IS In
,' mount as much at,home in the boil- come to learn had become teachers. .
ing ocean surf as on the driest partof They had walked off with most of "'
2. '
If throat is sore,crush rsti,. { Jj.J%
the the major prizes, including a coupleof
range. # '
and stir 3 BAYER ASPIRIN ;+ ".
YOURCH These Ponies Know Their Work. world championships. tablets in % glass of .,r : .:: ,r r, jrr+' Hawaiian riders and ponies haveto y
No horse lover could watch these ,
water. Gargle twice. This ;:, irf !
ponies work without, thrill of be among the best in Americato ,,.
a R.d _
appreciation eases throat rawness al ; 'rr t f tr ,;; :
for their stamina, train- fill their difficult jobs. Cattle most instantly.
ing and initiative. The moment a ranges run from sea level to the

EST lariat slips over the neck of steer, mountain tops, across great jagged
the pony goes to work. With no apparent fields of lava which years ago

directions given by the rider, poured from the volcanoes, through
the horse heads the balking steer dense forests and drouth-stricken Genuine
toward the water, gives a quick plains where some cattle, it is said, Bayer Aspirin Thing ,

do this now last-moment pull to the lariat and ,never have an actual drink of water .
the steer is dragged ,into the surf. but secure the necessary moisture To Take for Fast Relief

Nor does the pony stop its efforts from the dew on plants.

\,1,, Before you go to bed rub there. Swimming with easy powerful i People in Hawaii have the most Instead of buying This will act to fight fever, and r '

.' Penetro on your chest and grace, the pony guides the steer : unique rodeos in America when cat- BAYER costly medicines for ,pains which usually accompany :

throat, then apply hot cloth., out into deep water;ranges'it along- tle are being transferred from shore R a cold, try the way colds. Relief comes rapidly.
side; the,small boat to permit a cow- I to ship. Of course, they don't call
Relief quickly follows because nearly doctor .
hand to tie it up. The moment. the I them rodeos despite. the fact they any Get the genuine BAYER
Penetro is stronger, contains steer is securely tied, the pony turns pack more thrills in a half hour you ask will approve, ASPIRIN by asking for it by-

113% to 227% more medication about, swims back to shore and than the usual rodeo does in its as the modern way BAYER its full name: not by'the name '

than any other nationally stands ready for its next assignment. entire program. They merely callit ASPIRIN. It is perhaps the "aspirin" alone. '

sold cold salve. Hawaiian cowboys, too, are in a a job that has to be done. most famous and most widely

And because Penetro has a class by themselves. The late Will WNU Service. used of all cold remedies'todayyet lye k

base of mutton suet, it con' -"--" -' -,._...,-,_. ,- costs only 15jf for a FOR'A DOZEN

serves and concentrates body dozen tablets or two full dozen 2 FULL DOZEN FOR 25c

heat to enable this stronger for a quarter anywhere in the
medication to help nature breakup United States. ;
Virtually 1; a '
congestion. The aromatic
tablet. .
vapors of Penetro also help to
relieve stuffiness and soothe L''x a>v'', '''' The way you use 'it is this:

the inflamed area. %,' M i'fr%, Two BAYER tablets when E4 .

feel cold coming Take
Ask your druggist for PENETRO. you a on. r
25c. 35c, 60c and; $1 Jars. ., with a full glass of water.'Then :, .
ya ak. ?
A ,r{:s C.Y F. repeat, if necessary, accordingto E"

directions in each package. A

Strength in Truth
Truth is r n '
a strong thing-let
True CharitiesOur Patriotic Service ;
man's life be true! true acquisitions lie only in There is a debt of service due t..

our charities. We gain only as.we from every man to his country, '

One of the Sea-Going Ponies a t Work. This Steer Is Going give. There is no beggar so des- proportioned''to the bounties which : ''
for Swim. titute as he who can afford noth- Nature and Fortune have meas-
BLACKMAN ing to his neighbor.-Simms. ured to him.-Jefferson. .

STOCK and POULTRY MEDICINES Cameroons Fit the Average

/. L Dr Blackman's Are Reliable Medicated lick- Man's Mental Picture of Africa PLEASE AEEEPTi

00- Blackman's A-Brik Stock Powder The Cameroons, former V German the Cameroons' products of rubber, THIS /I/ /1
West African territory almost as .
CIr Blackman's Cow TonicBlackman's ivory, ground nuts, palm oil,
large as Germany itself, have been almonds<; hides, timber and cacao.
Dr Hog Powder mentioned in news reports with discussion -
away from the railroads,
]!Blackman's Poultry Tablets of the possible return to travelers find that bridges are wov- 4-PIECE SILVER SET ,

W Blackman's Poultry Powder Germany of her pre-War African en of vines in the Cameroons, or one .
possessions. The area is now administered ,)
I Highest Quality-Lowest Pric. under may cross a river by sitting on for only 'T !
'mandates the
'' ,
the head of with
one negro porter A_
: Satisfaction Guaranteed .
or greater part under French control,
hands and feet the :'
resting on cra- 25c with
f' your money back but with a narrow'strip of the north- niums of four others-as long as the r

BUY FROM YOUR DEALER Britain.western edge governed by Great stream is no more than chin-deep. your purchase .

r- "Back of the hot of the
"The man's
average mental pic-
BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO. ture of Africa comes to life in the coastal lowland lies a high and of one can of ij

L Chattanooga,Tenn. Cameroons," says the National Geo- fertile plateau, covered with grassor B. T. Babbitt's '
woods and cool
open boasting a
graphic society. "Spreading fanlike
inland from the sharp angle in Mrica's and healthful'climate despite its Nationally Known ; .
proximity to the Equator a few
west coast, they have lush
SORES BOILSATHLETE'S hundred miles to the south. Farm-
Brand of
jungles, tangled rain-forest, LyeThislovelypuresilverplatedSetknife
p ing is done with hoes only, for plows
I 1 FOOT,BURNS. cool, high grasslands, pygmies, elephants -
CUTS.nd and draft animals still unknownto
lions, gorillas, .rubber, ivory -
t f\t At rout LOCAL Diva stow Cameroon agricultural practice to B. T. Babbitt, Inc., Dept. WN. 386
ti's I POTPAD. ,..p.I,*, and mahogany. at least in the interior. fork, soup spoon and teaspoon in aristoFourth Ave.,New York City,N.Y.Your
L:2: towsoN CKUKAL hooocis CojACKIOMVIHI "Most visitors arrive in the cratic Empire design is offered solely to Set will reach you promptly, postage
-..HOtlOABOWSON'S French portion of the ,Cameroons "Still farther north'is Ngaoundere, get you tj try the pure.brands of lye paid.You'll,thank us for the Set and for
BALSAM through Douala largest all-native city in the Cam- with 100 uses,shown at right.Use lye for introducing these brands of Lye to you.
(_ port on cleaning1 clogged and frozen drain pipes,
inlet eroons, where the ruling sultan OFFER GOOD WITH ANY LABEL
an from the Gulf of Guinea. for making finer soap, for sweetening
Here are attractive homes of the boasts an orchestra of 100 pieces, swill, etc. You'll use no other Lye once SHOWN BELOW
MORNING DISTRESSisdue few European residents, and a wears robes of white velvet encrusted you've. tried one of these brands.

to acid,upset stomach. sprawling trading center with native with gold on state occasions, and to Get Your Silver Set 'I ,

Milnesia wafers (the original villages nearby. In the dry season has thousands of vassal horsemenat To get your 4-piece Silver Set, merely 11-- .;;;
) quickly relieve acid Douala is hot and breathless, in his command. 'send the band from any can of Lye shown 1--

bstomach and give necessary the rainy season drenched in an "From this city southward, for mailing at right,,etc.with)with 25c your(to name cover and handling address
a elimination Each wafer almost continuous downpour withan 500 miles runs an automobile roadto R.d Dn Giant Red Seal Star
equals teaspoonfuls of milk: average rainfall of 13 feet. From Yaounde, the seat of governmentof '
of magnesia.20c,35c&60c( here are shipped a large part of the French mandate 'T.Et\'R'' &JJ' :r1 (S.DJ; tii$ :MEN'T'' s: A' E'/vHN9ER-

'w'<.,. ',, ;- ". ...:': ,. :.;:;: ,r.: ; i..fGE.S e4l1, o 1t G'.if :4..w/6QY. .r'' JNVV :"Jf';-' r'i (:;... ..>,\ ,:, .. !'"f A.o' '!':"" "o',:. '1

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Schools- ally heavy, prevent his accepting .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..) SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS v i
County many of the invitations, but he was I,

School News chosen to make the principal addressat RURAL COMMON SENSE :I'

ceremonies this week observingthe By Spuds Johnson IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND ;
(Continued from page 1}, FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLOR-.
117th anniversary: of the birth -
statement of the r2venue of' the ':":"N NON N:MN":N:N:"NON:":N NN:N N":":N N Nom, IDAH.
board and the sources of Its income Editor ..........._...._-Ethel Willis of Susan B. Anthony, champion of C. DICKERSON,

Representative E. L. Stewart, who Ass't Editor Bernice O'Neal equal rights for women, Florida winter visitors In many Instances Complainant [>.1

was present on invitation of the Spurts Editor ..._LeRoy Hare esteem as a major attractionof VSEFFIS [J

stat- Advisor ....Miss Dorothy Lockhart ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC SMITH DICKERSON, I
board, spoke on the question, CHURCH the State the access afforded themto "
he was opposed Defendant I
ing Miat personally ripening grapefruit, oranges and V
to the gas tax legislation asked for
-MI hr grounds that it could be at- First Grade 1\"ews- (Rev. Father J. F. Walsh, B). D., tangerines. Folks who are year-round It appearing by affidavit appended 5

t.1( l.r any taxpayer in court and First grade honor roll for Janu- Pastor.) residents perhaps fall to appreciate to the sworn Bill of Complaint In '

in- Clifford Beatty, Grant Brewer, Mass each Sunday at 8:30 a. m. the above entitled cause that the defendant '
-, '0 ,, rndoubtedly be declared ary: aa ..fully the food and health valuesof '
', -JU1. Junior Raines, Carline Berner, Mary except on last Sunday of month Effie Smith 'Dickerson is ,a
when is 10:30 the several varieties. non resident of the State of Florida
Gomez, also present on Kathryn Dyess, Betty Lou Emrich, mass at a. m.
Communion Consumption of citrus in Floridais that her residence Post Office ad-
Ricks Sunday for the congregation -
with this Ruth Johnson, Ruby ,
inv,'.atk-n, also coincided Mary
dress and place of abode is unknown
of liccnsos Virginia Turner, Laura Mae Jacobi, is the first Sunday in each not. at any rate keeping pace with
tile increase -
an1 favored
view and it further appearing that there ,
month. production. In the season of 1925-26, I.
on race tr2 cks Both mem- Gladys Jackson. is no person within the State of I
instruction classes for when the total output was about 16-
all in Reading honor roll: Mary Ruth
be:s pledged themselves to do Florida service of summons on
measu're'that Turner Carline all children attending public school 500,000 boxes, an estimated 1,500- : :
their ver to forv, ard any Johnson, Virginia whom would bind the said defendant. -
PC immediately after 000 were used within the State, or I
Grant Brewer mass en Sundays .
the joint meeting could agreeon. Berner, Clifford Beatty: ,
Betty Lou Emrich, Dicky' Schiffli Junior (children's) choir meets 9.190, only a negligible portion of It is thereupon ordered and ad-

On a roll call vote the proposalwas Iris Ivey, Jackie Redish, Junior Wednesdays 4:30 ,p. m. and Saturdays which went to canneries. For 1934- judged that the defendant be and

Von Raines. 9:30 a. m. at the church. 35, with a crop of over 32,800,000 appear to said Bill of Complaint on

lost on a tie vote. For: roll Catholic Men's Club meets the sec- boxes less than 2,600,000 were con- or before Monday, March 1st A. D. I
Mach, Messer, Taylor and Alston:. Spelling honor : Virgin 1937.
ond Monday in each month at the sumed at home, or 7.6% exclusiveof
and Turner Carline Berner, Grant Brewer -
Against: O'Bannon: Hull, Poole It is further ordered that this notice -

Hires. Ruby, Ricks, ,Billie Arnette, _Laura Rectory ,at 7:30 p. m. canning plants. be published once a week for
The Ladies Altar meets Values of grapefruit, oranges and
Mae Jacobi, Clifford Beatty, Betty ,
After further discussion the coun- four consecutive weeks in the Clew-

ty commission passed a resolution Lou Emrich, Mary Kathryn Dyess, the first Wednesday In each 'month tangerines for relieving hunger, iston News, a newspaper of general

giving the school board $6,000 each Junior Raines, Mary Ruth Johnson. at the homes of the members run- building strength, toning the system circulation in Hendry County, Flor-

frcm the monies received tram We are very glad to have Kim ning in alphabetical order at 3:00 and preserving health admittedly are ida.

the year track licenses. Kolstad with us again. He has beer p. m. no less for Florida people than when Done and ordered at LaBelle,

race Convent instruction class each the fruit is eaten by the population Florida this 19th day of January A.
Mem f'rs present at the meetingwere sick the past two weeks. I
exists D. 1;)IJ7.I .
elsewhere. Opinion among
Friday at 7 p. m. ,
M E. VonMr-.ch, Roy Messer; Second Grade News-
Mass First at 8:00 numerous students of djetary prac- (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL.
and'Mrs Homer Taylor of the school Spelling honor roll: Raymond on Fridays a. I I
tice in fact, that the worth of citrusis Clerk Circuit Court. 1j
board Oave Alston, Alto Hires, Trice, June Espenlaub, Ruth Emrich,, m. LOUIS O. .

Mark P1 ole, E. B. Hull and Herbert Berkley Ivey, Sammy Young, Grace Baptisms by appointment. greatest with inhabitants of trop-I Soliclir for GRAVELY Complainant. *
Visitors are always welcome. ical and sub-tropical countlres. .
commisioners Ward, Patricia Bailey, Faith Mitchell -
O'Bannr'ii of the county
Factors of an economic character Jan. 2' -29, Feb. 5-12-19. 1937. .
; also W. T. Hull, clerk and L. Jo Anne Crouch, Dorothy Mitchell i
into the situation. Citrus
O. Gravely, attorney. Senator Gomez Janice Norton, Louise Prewitt, Four Fishermen Perish I also enter -
fruit can be sold to Florida buyers at
Stewart William McCracken, Mary Ellen
and Representative were I '
reasonable prices than must ANNUAL MEETING
present on special invitation. The Smith, Jacqueline; Bledsoe, Bobby In Houseboat Fire more OF SUGARLAND
be asked for delivery in places located -
Community Club was representedby Maynard.The DRAINAGE DISTRICT.
Transportation, sell-
Mrs. R.- N. second grade had Valentinebox far away.
Mir L. O. Gravely, a
Notice is given that,
ing and packing charges are pur-
Miller <-Ed Mrs. H'ird Reeves.' The in their room Friday afternoon. Moore Haven Democrat) suant ro call of the Board of Super-
smaller fruit
urably on
teachers' representation: consistedof Third Grade News David and Otto Carver and John I meas-I visors of Sugarland Drainage Dis-
and relatively
Mrs. Jimmie Bkunt, Miss Madge Monthly honor roll: Shirley Moon, (Josh) Huckby, who formerly were trict, tie annual meeting of the land-

Hull, if-s. Agnes Thomas and Mrs. Nora Oglesby. employed by the Tanner Fisheries I groves. Money paid, for the crops is owne of Sugarland Drainage Dis-

,Y. C. Frewitt. Spelling honor roll: Ogie Arnette, here ,:and Arthur Hulsey of 'Okeechobee raised in the State furthermore returns trict J-r the year 1937 will be heldat

Routine business was transactedby Mayme Johnson, Mayme Trice, Wilma were burned to death about ten to the community where the ,the office of said District, in the

the commissioners at their after- Jean Tingle, Emily Joyce :Bui- o'clock Saturday night when their transaction: occurred in larger proportions City Hall Building at Clewiston

than if expended on products Honclry County, Florida, on Monday,
noon session including an appro- len, Nora Oglesby Shirley Moon, houseboat, moored oa the north
.of far distant regions. March 8, 1937, at ten o'clock A. M..
priation to erect a :welcome signto Doris Simmons.Mrs. shore of the Kissimmee River near ,
Oranges especially of the seedlingand Ea toF. Standard Time, for the purpose -
the watercade at the highway Oglesby, our room mother, the road 29 bridge, was destroyed by o'-: ;
Satsuma types, can be grown in
bridge. ,. ,_. gave us a Valentine party Friday af- fire. The fire was held to be en- almost all sections of Florida. Grapefruit 1.. Electing one supervisor for a

,ternoon. Cakes and Ice cream were tirely accidental although possibility term of three years.2.Receiving .
in the hardier varieties will, also -
Is Host- ; erved. We enjoyed it very much. of a crime was thoroughly investi- annual report and
Bitting thrive over considerable areas that
Fourth Grade News- gated by a coroner's jury from, Okee- takin ; such action with respect
do not lend themselves the pro- .,
there as the landowners de-
Monthly honor roll: Christine Red- chobee. may
duction on a commercial scale. Plant- termine and '
ish, Sue, VonMach, ParmelIa Bourne, The Carver boys and Huckby were : ;
(Continued From Page One) ing of a few trees in home orchards Transacting such other busi-
Elsie Bembry, Nicky Schiffli. well-known here and until recently
Florida should be the only group to therefore could be more generally ness as may come before the meet- "
Spelling Honor Roll: Ralph Silva, managed a fishing rig for Tanner
register protest.In followed than is now the case, if ing..
Louis Blount, Doris Pool, Willie Fisheries. The Carver boys left a few BOARD OF SUPERVISORSOF
kinds selected. In farm
adapted are
closing he made the announce- Smith, Bobby Topper, Sue Von Mach, weeks ago for Okeechobee to work SUGARLAND DRAINAGE -
homes and city'residences alike,
ment that the board of directors at Sherwood Hall, Parmelia Bourne, for the Greene Fishing Company and DISTRICT
which have no supplies raised on
their meeting earlier' in? the day had Christine May Redish, Henry 'Chap Huckby joined them there about By:
the grounds, inclusion in the family
each man, Nicky Schiffli, William Willis three weeks ago. All of them were I F. D. Duff--President.
declared ten cent dividend on
a menu of more citrus from other partsof
Dated: February 3,
Elsie Bembry. said to have been between twenty 1937.'r
share of common stock payable the State will be well worthwhile. Pub. Teb.. 19-26 t
March 20th to holders of record Fifth Grade Monthly Honor Roll- and twenty-five years of age. Hul- I (! ;

Marianne Jones, Barbara Broad- sey was considerably older. I
March 10th. Also that with the bon- --- --

which in foot: Philip McLeod, Billy Perry, According to the best accounts obtainable
uses to be distributed, as Af.f..t.gf 8 : : ;
Eric Belcher. the Carver boys and Huck- 3J
past years were paid in common
Sixth Grade Honor Roll- living the houseboat ,
stock of the corporation were sharesof Monthly by were on

and Gloria McDuffie, Anne Pafford. which had been pulled partially outof I
stock in the Clewiston Realty

Development Corporation and alsoa Fifth & Sixth Grade News- the water on the north shore of LENT .IS HERE

check equal to the cash dividendon The fifth and sixth grades had the river less than a hundred yards

shares made in December. charge of the chapel program this from the highway bridge. On Saturday '!',;'

week. The program was as follows: evening they had been in Okee-

Following. Bitting's talk short Bible reading, James Brewer; chobee and were drinking consider- } \ GO TO CHURCH
talks were made by several of the directors ,
song, "Oh Columbia The Gem of theO ably. Reports were that officers had .
complimenting the manage- :
cean", by the .assembly; Reading, warned them to get off the street ., t:
ment and the men in the corporationfor '
Lincoln's Getysburg Address", by and when they encountered Hulsey : 7'
the great work accomplished.Mr. \
Dr. D. J. Williams
Elbert Hooker; Play, "The Colors in and Julius Underhill, asked them to : 'Y /q '
Harrington then announcedthe :
ly Flag", by Bernard Leiter, Paul carry them to the houseboat, a few
of each of bon-
names recipient a
chuck, Beatrice Pratt, Esther Horn miles from town. Underhill agreed to Fr. J. F. Walsh
us and as the names were called
; Piano Solo,. Marianne Jones; take them if they would furnish the
each man went forward to receivehis
Military Tap, Anne Pafford, Elizabeth -: gasoline. This they agreed to but
envelope he was congratulated by
Winn, Gloria McDuffie; Play, were unable to buy gas at any station -: .
Mr. Bitting and received a great 'q.YL; .tr l m1 zJ.; < -m.- '
"Her Homework", -by Mauryne Prew- in town on credit so promised
ovation from the crowd. Following 1
several itt, Phillys McLeod, Laurence Guthrie that they would draw some ,from the -
this numbers were drawn
Piano Solo drum in their boat when they got i
Recitation -

from a box by Mr. Harrington and ; "Our, Flag", Billy, by Perry Ivey ;Horen; there. .......................................................................................................-..................................................'......,..........,......
those of the key men who had num-
Song, ,"Dixie", by assembly. Although it was difficult for investigators .
bers' their cards
on menu to corre- r. '
i to determine just what 1
spond were given their choice of sev- ';' 's'y
"What's the China clipper's first took place at the boat the surmise I yIi
eral attractive and useful gifts.M. .
stop?" was that an' attempt had been madeto

: E. VonMach was then presented "Hawaii". siphon the gasoline from the drumin : !

with his floor show which had
"Pretty good. How're you," the darkness, Underhill waiting Ii CLEWISTON 60LF I It

been arranged for the evening.A --- outside for their return. With all at-
had been built
stage in the
"What's the thing an angel has tempting to assist with the work and

southeast corner of the spacious din- around his head?" all to some extent intoxicated, it is .S.i'i I t

ing room and here, after Boyd Vor- .
"Halo". presumed that the hose was knocked

hees, acting as radio announcer, had "Hello from the into which the I
yourself. can gas was 'TCOURSE
announced the station U. S. S.,C. and pouring and the room generously i's I I1!

the correct time, Mr. VonMach took ; : ;
Accident-A misfortune entirely drenched with the gasoline. At this
'T \ t ts
charge as master of ceremonies and 's' .'I ;. ,!.
surrounded by curiosity.The i point someone attempted to light '.:. ; II
presented the "Cano (Cain) Raisers II a kerosene lamp. There was a blinding :;: <. ; : ::=

Minstrel." Those in blackface '
par- clinging vine type isn't gone, flash and flame and apparently ::: :::
ticipating in the minstrel I
were she just clings to the pocket book the men were all knocked out before A i i .
Charles Lovvorn as Bozine, J. Mc- .!. .
instead of the oak."Yassah" they could make any attempt at es- .. s.s;-
Donald as Bagasse, Larry Knapp as ; --. II
cape. Underhill told that he attempted I
Babbitt, A. L. Hackett and ;
as Burlap
said the little colored to gain entrance to the boat

Robbie Smith as -Stepin Fechit. boy, "I'se named for my parents' through: the back door but found itocked. II i ii

Sandwiched between the more Daddy's name was Ferdinand and He then cut loose the pull Open to the Public ] : t

than usually original jokes were ex- lammy's name was Liza". boats which were tied to the house-

cellent musical and dancing num- "What's your' name, then?" boat. Several boats anchored nearby + i f

bers. This included tap dancing by "Ferdll 'za." said there was no outcry from the '.. --<---',-- '.'

:., two Harlem a chorus the y
negroes, by
Due to the illness this week of trapped men. 1 I Y

minstrel boys, "Sleep' Kentucky Miss Lockhart the English gradesfor When it was possible; to board the '.' 's.

Babe", two quartet numbers by Harlem the month have been delayed so burning boat, the remains of the four .!. '?. I

; negroes; another chorus by, the .:. ';',
he men were found piled together in -" -
honor .
monthly roll will appearin .:. !' I ''
minstrel, "Cane-Raiser's Barbecue"and next week's issue. one end of the room opposite that '

a solo by Larry Knapp, "01' Man
in which the drum of gasoline was i :

River. PEPPER MAKES PROGRESS sitting. The bodies were so badly I 1

, The conclusion of this show ended WITH ORATORICAL ABILITY burned that they could not,.be Iden- Moderate Green Fees I Z.: 1

1' the program and as each man left tified.

;;x: the room he was presented with a Washington; D. C., Feb. 18 (FNS) Following the coroner's investigation 1 Exceptional f'. irways'I I Ii

k pound box of chocolates to take to -The remarkable oratorical abilityof the bodies were taken to Okee- ',

W"- wife or sweetheart. Senator Claude Pepper has alr< /ly shnKe Interesting Greensz :
I i I : ,and buried together Underhill :: :f
:\_ Exce:Tent music vas furnished dur- attracted attention in the nations, ,,I apparently badly frightened, I II

ing the dinner atd as accompaniment capitol and he is being 'called upon orl: several: dit'foreu. stories: and was *: ;);
tl. musical numbers in the show frequently to address various groups I I held until after tiie coroner's jury I I --- _____

,' by the High Hattors, an orchestra:ipid organizations. The duties of his had lield that the tragedy was entirely B :. .ooo-------x;II

,:;:j.;V< from Lake :Worth? I office, which have been. exception' accidental, I .;-:+:.; :--.I-X :+:---.x--I--; ;+;.:

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