The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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l t. P. 0. ROBBER GETS Hallowe'en Car Thief I R. L. Dosh SpeaksAt TUESDAY'S ELECTION

I Is Arrested In Dade CityA Kiwanis
I MeetingR.


'Ford V-8 Coupe, stolen Hallow-
L. Dosh, known to Kiwaniansand
e'en night from Its parking place in
PLUS $1,000.00 FINEr to diamond-ball fans as Bobby
front of a local hotel was returned AMENDMENTS
Dosh, spoke to the Clewiston:: Kiwanis -
to its owner. Ike Givens a colored "As Mayor of Clewiston I
,. Club Wednesday evening
r' on
employee of the Watanabe, after hereby designate the perio --
Edwards plead guilty to "Your City, Re"reationally." Mr.
Walter D. Fowler and Russell Weit- from November 11 to Novem- Tuesday's election was a sweeping
armed robbery of the Clewiston Post Dosh is recreation director of the
man, both white, were arrested with ber 29 as a time given over to victory for the Democratic ticket, In
trial in federal court
,,' Office in his city of Hollywood and Is consideredone
the car in Dade City. a review of the work of the county, state and nation. Presidentsix
in_ Tampa yesterday and was sentenced of the best diamond-ball playersin I RooS '"P.1t ::Inti th .NA'\'IT. .. .no.., ,.>..1. n...
The car disappeared after Van American Red Cross'and its -- --- --- ---- "' b U.CU.
;: to 5 years In the federal peni- the state.
;tentiary and fined* 1,000 by Federal Cothern had arranged with the own- value, to the community; andI votes in the Senate and many in

Akerma er for its use for the evening and also set it aside as a time for "Mr. Dosh pointed out the values the House. Thus both the upper and

,, Judge .. had driven it to the dance at the the annual enrollment of mem- of a well-directed recreation program lower branches of the national Con.
Edwards was arrested on a Clew- to a city, and emphasized his gress will be behind the
,7 Inn. No alarm, was felt over its dis- bers for the coming year. : presIdent
iston street a few"days after he held points by illustrations
appearance when it was first miss- "This office is in touch with taken from I Hendry county gave a substantial
uiT A. W. Sias with a pistol and
records of
various cities.
ed, as Cothern thought one of the the needs of those who have A recrea. majorities to Herbert O'Bannon and

forced him to apcompany him to boys with him had driven it some- been affected by the depressionof tion program is of particular valueto I Mark Poole, Democratic nominees

the Post Office and open the safe. where and the owner thought that the last few years, and we the younger generation in a town, for county commissioner, O'Bannon

?-He took $172 in cash from the safe Cothern had driven it to 'work.When have seen the ready responseof points out Mr. Dosh, as there is truthin from District 2, and Poole from District -
and left Sias bound and gagged. Sias the old
it was not located after the Red Cross to meet those saying "Idle hands are 3. Poole received 263 votes, R.
managed to free himself in a short the "
Thursday evening, Constable Ed needs. The Organization's. pro workshop. At Hollywood V; Hedges, Republican, 226. O'Ban

time and gave the alarm. Edwards'arrest Butler was notified. The owner of gram is so flexible at.t. and at Miami Beach recrea non 397 against his Republican opponent -

came after suspicion was a local filling station reported that meets emergencies and disasters tional activities included Hallowe'en Watts Hall, who received
aroused by the large and for him
celebrations which
he! had used his wrecker ,to pull it of all kinds; it has also a gave opportunityto 177.

unusual sums of money which he out of a ditch near Industrial canal permanent structure that is be- the youngsters to enjoy all thetraditional All amendments carried
in the
:spc, t in the two days after the rob- freedom and ,
fun of the
t. He early Thursday morning, and told ing built up year by year, to county, as did the ticket for the sale
ibery. attempted suicide in the
holiday without
: who the two boys were who drove it study means through which interrupting any of of whiskey. The"Clewiston precinct:
local jail half-hour after his '
a imprisonment the
daily routine
away after the accident.Mr. epidemics and disasters,, may be of the town or for selling, 223; against selling, 20.
: : slashing his wrists deep-
causing any damage. No accidentsand
Butler notified police in sev- prevented. This .community .
ly with a pocketknife which had been no property For county commissioners Dave
eral cities were re
where he
thought the needs the permanent structureof
left in the cell former inmate. Alston, Asa Townsend and Alto
by a, ported in either of the two towns
boys might go. Sheriff C. E. Dowl- the Red Cross as it needs Hires'' had no opposition.Jim .
-He was given a preliminary hear- ing of Dade City picked'them the which had sponsored the activities.
up two expert service which is at Maddox Drew
ing' before United States Commissioner The Kiwanis meeting of Hampton an'dlI.
hours after receiving notice of the our command to meet"whatev- was one E. Von Mach
Pinkerton in Tampa and was theft. the best attended in recent months. were elected to
er emergencies the coming the school board without
bound over to the federal grand Fowler and Weitman Besides members' the Club there opposition.
were returned year may bring. The interest
jury and held in jail at Sarasota were a number of visitors was great on the am-
until to Clewiston, and bound "I includingH.
over to therefore call upon former endments with the
his trial this week. the grand jury by Justice. of the members of the Red Crossto A. Bestor, R., Y. Patterson, W. S. following total

Edwards' home is in Moultrie, Peace G.. H. Small under $1000; renew their memberships Cowart, Prof. G. B. Stanley, B. E. vote.No.. Amendment
Georgia, and he had drifted into bond. Herring. George Bestor, and Bill Decreasingthe
during the roll call this year, number of ,Circuit
Clewiston in search of employment. Cowart. for
and urge those who have never 242; against 74.
Being a carpenter he obtained work
hitherto been members to No.
with the contractor erecting the 2.-Homestead exemption,
houses the RED CROSS CHAPTERHAS enroll their names with those for 386; against 122.No.3Prohibition.
on government reservation who are fighting disease and NEW EVERGLADES
and remained here two monthsin amendment,
disaster and need under the for 340; against 78.No.4Amendment.
that capacity. On September sec- DONE GREAT banner of the American Red
ond, a few days after his work end- BOARD HELD FIRST as to Grand
Cross. Juries, for 788
ed, the Post Office robbery occurred. ; against 78.
(Signed) F. D. DUFF, No.
JIe spent the next two Legislature to provide
days paying DEAL OFWORK HERECharity
Mayor of Clewiston. County and
:bills and settling his accounts with MEET WEDNESDAY City Government Am-
endment, for 193
the money obtained in the robberyand ; against 40.

: _was preparing to leave town and welfare work, of I No. Amendment, Tax Exemption

when he was arrested by constable which the average Clewiston -resident The new board of commissionersof for motion pictures, for 199;

:Butler knows little, has been carriedon I the Everglades Drainage District against 105.

!. Among. those who were summons through_ ,_ the,_agency of the American I'ETERSON-OPENS" OFFICES r'. held its first -meeting at West Palm No. Amendment, as to Jacksonville -

s I .to Tampa for possible testimony: Red "Cross: !: by the Clewiston IN TAMPA THIS WEEK i government. for 144; against
Wednesday and elected J. B. 48.
in the, case were A. W. Sias, assist- Chapter of the organization under

ant postmaster. A. W. Lawrence, the chairmanship of Mrs. R, Y. Pat- Tampa, Fla., Nov. 8, (FNS)- I I Jeffries of Miami chairman, James

Postmaster, E. B. Butler, constable, terson. J. '''Hardin Peterson, of the second I Franklin of Brighton, vicechairman. Workers Appointed for

fd! J; Killingsworth, proprietor of the The local chapter has. in many congressional district opened an office Charles F. Werner of Miami

y-"J rooming house where Edwards i instances, provided medicine for the in Tampa this week, in order to was appointed secretary to succeed Red Cross Roll CallA

.. boarded, R. J. Clark and Mr. and sick, food and clothing for many better serve his constituents in Hills- Ben Herr, who tendered his resigna-

Mrs.. Francis Stokes, to whom he needy cases. It has given shelter,, to borough county. tion.

paid some of the money and A, A. a number of transient cases and has Mr. Peterson plans, to spend several All the newly appointed, commissioners committee of ten workers has

Munroe local manager for the West- provided transportation to several days each week in Tampa, during were present at the meeting: been appointed .by E. L. Stewart,

Union aged and needy people to other locations chairman of +h.. Rnl1 r.it!_.. n' tho.....
ern Telegraph Company, the time when he is in Florida.N. J. E. Beardsley of Clewiston, Walter --- ----- UL '"

through whose office Edwards sent where relatives were able to F. Lavinge, former Tampan and Hooker of Belle Glade, James Clewiston Red Cross, to receive

a portion of the provide for them. One sick man was memberships during the annual
money away by telegraph secretary of Congressman 'Petersonis Franklin of Brighton. H. L. Lyonsof *

R. W// Mathis and Margaret I given transportation to Miami. in charge of the office which is located Pompano, Wf} I. Evans, attorneyfor campaign which is conducted dur-_

Stewart were also witnesses. The Clewiston Red Cross has arranged in the Florida Citrus exchanger the district and three of the re- ing the period from Armistice Dayto

for one tonsil operation fora ing. The office is, open all the tiring members were also present. Thanksgiving.

Excavation Begun On por child, who was badly in need The retiring members were MarcusL. Mr. Stewart hopes that the Clew-

of the operation, and has provided time.Mr.. Peterson's Lakeland office Milam of Miami, chairman; Dr. iston chapter may be one !of the first

Hurricane Gate-Lock hospital care for two cases of ser will be continued with the congressman W. H. Lair of Pahokee and RalphM. in the state to report its quota of -

ious illness. Mrs. Patterson, in outlining dividing his time with other Horton of Fort Lauderdale.The members. The local chapter extendsto
l the accomplishments of the each individual an invitation to
sections of his district. ,He plans to new board plunged at once
1 chapter said: "We have worked with remain In Florida one of its members. The
(Moore Haven Democrat) just before i into the ,difficult task of adjustingthe i ideal objectives Ydrive
other of the Roll
agencies Call
particularly with the the opening of the 74th Congress.
First excavation work was begun district's.fiscal, and financial af- i3 to
F. E. R. A. and with the county make personal contact
the latter part of last week by the nurse, and have received splendid fairs. A study of the financial situ-' with every individual in the terri-

two machines of the E. H. Latham cooperation from them. We have Prisoners Moved For ation of the district is to be made tory of the chapter and to extend the r

company on the hurricane gate site' provided for several cases that were Trial in by the chairman at once. He was Invitation to join."Membership .
here. Good Highlands Co. also authorized by the board to get
progress was is '
needy, but were unable to qualifyfor your participation
until Wednesday when the electric federal relief. W.e particularlywant in touch with the creditors of the in the great work of the Red Cross,

Marion clamshell was forced to to Hamp and J. C. AnglIn were turned district and find out what adjustments and I extend to everyone a personal
I express our appreciation for
close down when a crank-shaft the splendid over to Sheriff Doyle Shoumacher if any, can be made on the invitation to join this great
I cooperation given us organi-
broke on one of the engines at the this this morning in order that they may debts of the district.A zation."
Dr. O.
year by F. Schiffli. Not
stand trial in
local power plant where power is i once have we asked for help from indictments Highlands county on resolution authorizing the stu- President Roosevelt, in connec-

r t being obtained. : Dr. Schiffli that we have not received trial there while they'await dy also gave the chairman authorityto tion with the opening of the Red

f A crew of men worked the entire j. it* We have worked in ahmrony i under three indictments in make a careful study and survey Cross drive for members has said

-\, night Hendry county. The Highlands sher- of all litigation in which the distric* "vVllPTI our people in .** _
) Wednesday night repairing the with Mrs. Blanton, county F. E. R. iff --*"** -uvu n P'til\n VL"
.shaft and most of the day Thursday. A. director and with the nurse." was accompanied to LaBelle by I is Interested or in which it may ,become the country are faced with the per-
'" C. L. detectives
I Bass and Hill.
It interested. A complete! auditof ils and suffering
was expected that the machine i The Clewiston chapter was or which follow so
The Anglins it will
would be running again by today. i ganized three years ago and has are under, indictments be remembered the district's accounts is to be swiftly in the wake of disaster, they

The only men at present employ : done much worthwhile work in that charging made by Wilbur F. Devine a West look with one accord to the Ameri-
I ed the breaking and entering three places Palm Beach accountant. can Red Cross for
by Latham company here are I time. it maintains a disaster relief in Clewiston-The instant and effi-

the crews for the two excavating' group, headed by R. Y. Patterson, in Clewiston Supply Chairman Jeffries was authorizedto cient relief. They have never looked
Company, the Gulf wholesale plant In vain."
machines.: These are working two addition to its welfare work. employ such council as may be
and the
the United
' ( eleven and a halt hour shifts each Fifty cents of every membershipgoes Sugar Corporation.The States required to carry on the business of The calls upon the Red Cross are

i f f. day. to the national Red Cross, and Anglins will be the district until such time as a reg- great, and their need for memberships -
returned to is
I the remainder remains in the local ular attorney is required. The counsel correspondendingly import
Ii Hendry county for trial at later ant.
i GRAPEFRUIT YELLOW AND treasury for needed local work. A handling the present litigationwill

r BLACK ,LICENSE PLATES FOR '35 contributing membership costs $5.00 date, according to Sheriff H. L. De- probably be retained until it is Prof. G. B. Stanley, Mrs. J. A. Me-
[ laney. If they are given
jail sentences Geehee. E, B.
and provides for $4.50 for local settled.A Butler, 1lrs.V.. C.
I : Tallahassee, Nov. 8 (F S-The in Highlands county they will be Owen, Bob Coker, Mrs.
work and 50 cents for national work. back part of the session was devotedto Harry
brought to
f;;; State Motor Vehicle department An ordinary membership costs $1.00 Hendry county for disposing of several matters that Vaughn, Mrs. Mark Lawler, Mrs G.
trial after
they are C. Poole
; have distributed Florida's new 1935 and is equally divided. Raiford. from were pending before the old board. W. Mrs. F. M. Wright and"Mrs.

automobile tags to the various coun A committee of ten workers under Among them was a request from the C. Prewitt are members of
ty tax collectors to be placed on the chairmanship of E. L. Stewart NEWSPAPER MEN TO the state road department for per-I l Roll Call committee

f;;'h; sale December 1. will solicit for memberships durIng MEET mission
INi MIAMI to operate the South Bay
t U:.. '+ The 1935 theft proof licenser the coming two weeks. Clewis- THIS WEEK lock in the North River canal for the HOTELS WILL HFi FILLED TO

; plates made with black letters on a ton's quota of 100 members is a Miami, Nov. 8, (FNS-The) an1 purpose of keeping the canal free CAPACITY THIS, YEAR< .
_____ i'
background of grapefruit yellow produce very small quota, compared with the final convention of the AssociatedDaWes from hyacinths. Members of the "

'I; y. a color combination offering population of the territory. The local of Florida will be held in board took the position they should St. Petersburg, Nov.: 8. (FNS)-

good visibility. This color schemewill I chapter hopes to double its quota Miami, Friday and Saturday of this not relinquish control over the oper- John N. Brown, president pf ''the

be used in five states accordingto before the Roll Call! ends Thanksgiving week. Florida Hotel Men's
Headquarters of thq conven- ation of the' lock and referred the Association has,
a survey recently made by the Day. oJ tion will be established at. the Miami I matter to Commissioner. Hooker with predicted that all resort hotels will

._ American Automobile Association. The chapter was placed on the national BUtmore Hotel. authority to make arrangements each capacity frpm one month' to

.. j The licensee were shipped from Red Cross honor roll last year The status of liquor advertising I that would be satisfactory to affgct0d .. sjx ,weeks ahead o)jf last year, indicating -

,the tai plant nt Hertford\ wilerf.' ; j !&W for obtaining its:! tmiotft\'\,\\. ... of. min i 1 yi\\\\ be ono of the major tople d1Pt, | property owners and oftl tttle\ t the greatest: proepprlty( wi1Ya(
n 'm! ntfed\\ +i\\ ber blfJ( ,! a cuesefl fit Ui I {tl Q rMr '
: L \ ? @ofYefltlgft! tha!! fitnte t t Ffl2i(! ( flfl nrtpeltt! -

THE CLEWISTON NEWS Friday, November 9, 1934


News Review of Current ''s ILK In the, and recent rayon general dyers strike did not of Join tex BONUS PAYMENT IS LAND MOVING WESTWARD

tile workers because of their contractbut

80,000 of them in the PassaIc valley ASKED BY LEGION Observations and calculations are

Events the World Over and the New York metropolitan being made to affirm or deny the-

area have now quit their Jobs and the! truth ,,of the report by the Naval observatory -

-, dye houses were closed perforce. Veterans Elect F. Belgrano that San Diego, Calif., has;

When negotiations for a new con- moved 40 feet in the last seven

tract began two months ago the union 'as Commander.Miami '('ars.- If the calculations of the observatory -

B lkers.and President Roosevelt Move Toward an Accord; asked for a 30-hour week at $1 an hour are found to be correct:
Fla.-With immediate cash they will support the theory that all
and a closed shop. The closed shop
War'Clouds Still Hover Over Balkans ;. was the sore point of Issue. Neither payment of the bonus as' 'the goal of land, is drifting westward due to the-

: Legion for Bonus'.Casll Payment. side would change its attitude. the 830,000 members of the 'American eastward rotation of the earth.: : The

George Baldanzi, president of the Legion, a new national. commander, theory holds that, thjs drifting of tb.fr
Federation Frank N. Belgrano, Jr., of San Francisco land causes the earth's crust to bend
of Silk and Rayon Dyers, '
By EDWARD W. PICKARD was chosen to I lead the, fight. The and thus/form mountains. It is also
then waived the demand for a 30-hour
r Legion's sixteenth annual convention thought.,that the movement be-
!: bv Western Newspaper Union. week at $30 a week and said the union : may
unanimously elected him to succeed a cause for enrlhquales.-Itathfind.:
thousand or so financiers! gath came from such sources. most serious would accept a minimum guarantee of Edward A. lla 'es' of Decatur, 111. er Magazine.
FOUR $20. This proposal was rejected by .
l in Washington for the annual complications may result. I The Legion demanded the bonus by.
convention of the Americiiu! Bankers' The permanent councils of both the the employers.P. : vote of 9S7 to 183. .

assocl:1L1ori. and it iwaine l apparent at little entente and the Balkan entente, W. Chappell, conciliator of the Mrs. A. C. Carlson of Wilmar, Minn.,

onCe. that '(they were far I'nun ,iinanlmous which Include Kumanfa Jugoslavia, Department 'of Labor, was on the. I was elected unanimously to head the Now bciesice Lxpiaois:
conc-ernlng the Czechoslovakia Greece and Turkey, ground trying to effect a compromise. woman's '
lii their opinions( ) auxiliary in succession to Mrs. .
economic t pMldes! ) of the New Deal. have issued identical communiques asserting t William II. Biester, .Jr., of Phltadelt -
their solidarity with ,Jugo- Y/hy/ So T Many People
Francis Mai Lou LaW ot Houston. Texas, JOHN CI1APPLE, Republican can t phia. '
association, slavia and laying responsibility for for United States senator :
retiring; president I of he I Continued legislation for the welfare : ":!' -

gave out an_ Interview In which lie said King Alexander's assassination upon' from Wisconsin, proved himself to bea of disabled ,veterans; revocation ofAmerica's .1 "
terrorists urged on by the foreign polIcies : Past 40 -
he believed that economic recoveryhad gentleman at Waukesl a. He wasYwR' : recognition of Soviet Russia' :-, ; ;
-- ---
of'nl'tlons -
which not named
urrh't'd' a ,point \\In-re hankers;: were 1 listed as principal : refusal of any clemency ,Grover : -

of the United Slates could honestly but which clearly are Indicated to be speaker at a rally Cleveland''Bergdoll, the w r-time draft ,Feel' .That They're SlippingI.osingTheir"Grip" ;

advise busmen:: meo to go; into debt Hungary and' Italy. there. John (Gay, can dodger, vigorpus$ activity against:Communism onThinga

again In order to I put Uile. hank reserves The communiques gave warning a didate for congress' |" and.'subversive elements" were .-{ ,
to 'vorIL Further, he stated probable war unless ".lnter ;1Uonal
him file 'l'ltten.jnto
preceded on other planks the Legion's
.. .
that bankers feel) that the securities of measures are loyally adopted" to stop adib<. "-
and alluded program for the next ,
program year.
the assassination and conspiracy '
the United States government are political :
to President Roosevelt Washington.-The Roosevelt administration
face of theearth" Both decided to adopt
beLt investment "on the: the ententes '
con.... 'all political as :'a man who will fight the new campaignfor
and that there ueed be nv common measures against '
can't stand' hIs cashing'the soldier bonusimmediatelX.
of governmentcredit.
cern'over, the condition conspirators.So
Though the White House heel nothing v
own feet withoutcrutches. I .
far, Hungary Is hearing the brunt ,
." Mr. 'to',say, its position was unmistak
Chap- ,
What made his expression of the blame for the Marseilles assassination -
: f ;.. pie arose and said 'able. President llo' eve1ts''sIe: ch l in
noteworthy was the fact that only but Premier Goemboes assents : ? '

recently the federal advisory council, his country Is "entirely guiltlessof J. B. Chapple "Men and women Roanoke, Va.r was generally'regard'cd'as ; ."
composed of leading hankers issued a any connection with the foul crime." of Waukesha, the aimed at the boI us'drive. He'' said

warning that government credit was President of the United States has 'veterans are "better off" than any' oth" 'Many people 'round 40 think they're

being menaced by the Unbalanced con been Insulted by a previous 'speaker er great group, and' declared the car "growing old.".They feel tired a lot

dition of the "ederal budget( and the *DREAKING* records all along the on this, program in a, serious personal of "the disabled, the sick, the destitute -. '.I' "weak." Have headaches, dizzi-
route, M-10001! the new streamlined neSs, stomach upsets
and the starving" "the first
unstabillzed dollar. way,, and while 1 may differ with Democratic was
in train of the Union Pacific, made an extraordinary thing." \Vell, scientists say the cause of all
Then appeared before the hankers, policies, I will not stand for -
this in
'great many is simply ,
run from Los Angeles to
Constitution hall President Roosevelt that kind, of an' attack on the President's The Legion resolution held that >payIng I 'an- acid condition of the stomach.
for "an New York In 56 hours 55 minutes.he'.: the bonus now would "increase,tremendously -
himself and made an appeal physical Infirmity; and I there- Nothing more.

alliance of all forces intent upon the best previous time for a transcontinental fore_ refuse to speak! ,on this programand the purchasing power of-the. All you'have to do is to neutralizethe -

business of recovery.:" He called on train crossing was established in will return to Waukesha at some 'consuming public" "and give relief to. excess stomach acidity.
to 1900, when the late E. H. Harrlman certificate holders "who are ,in dire
the banks to lend more money later time. ,> :When you have one of these acid
then chairman of the Union Pacific, need and distress.' stomach take Milk.
finance the New Deal program. upsets, Phillips'
""Government should assert its lead- traveled from San Francisco to New The veterans' administration estimated .Magnesia after.meals and before-

not only confi- York In7- ] hours 27 minutes. CONVERSATIONS preliminary to that' it would take.$2,506,000.000: going' to.bed. That's all!
In encouraging
In banks but the The new tube-shaped train also es- conference openedin to meet the veterans' demands. Of Try this.' Soon you'll.feel like: .

dence of the people in the people," tablished a world's speed record of 12Q London, and the Japanese did what this, the veterans' would- get about $2- another person! Take either tha
confidence, of' the banks was of Ambassador familiar "PHILLIPS' the
expected .them. liquid or
hour it from Buffalo The would 'rep'ay'mon
miles an as sped 000,000,000. rest .go to
he said. Matsudalra and Admiral Yamamototold convenient new Phillips' Milk of
administrationstood to New York, The train passed over y advanced by the .government for
He said that the the British and the Americans In'turn Magnesia Tablets.
of the 30-mile stretch of straight-away loans on the bonus certificates, which
squarely back of continuance that Japan was not satisfied with In 1945. : ALSO 'IN ;TABLET FORM:
between Buffalo and Batavia, on which' mature
the profit system and that emergency the existing treaties-everyone knew Phillips'sMilk of Magnesia Tab-
activities would be curtailed as fast as the Empire State Express of the New that-and main ,lets are now on sale at all drug
set forth these points:
York Central achieved a speed of 112} stores everywhere. Each tiny tabxlwe
private business could pick up the load.It 1. The powers should agree that WASHINGTON BRIEFS let is the equivalent of
noted that the ]President madeno miles an hour on. May 10, 1893. I a teaspoonful of Genuine _,",
was Japan may have equality "in princl Phillips' Milk of ...'"
promise to balance the budget to / pie," in defensive armaments. Magnesia.PHILLIPS'. a

stabilize the currency ; also that he did TMMEDL\TE cash payment of the 2. The ratio system should be abol- The War department announced --

not comment on the proposal createa veterans' bonus certificates was demanded ished, and "defensive" ships limited on award of distinguished flying crossesto

central bank. His talk was heartily by the American Legion in a total tonnage basis, instead of by Maj.: William E. Kepner and Capt. : /tIdk

applauded, but many of his hearers convention at Miami, Fla., despite the categories. Albert W. Stevens, now stationed at o/IPlCUflwJ C

were far from satisfied. knowledge that It Is 3. Each nation would drastically reduce Wright field, Dayton, Ohio." for their

Before Mr. Roosevelt spoke, the opposed by President "offensive" armaments, thus cut flight into the stratosphere from Rapid' '

bankers were addressed by Jackson ttoosevelt and the belief ting down the chances of any war of City, _S. D., on July 28. Delinquencies and Duds *

Reynolds, president of the First Na- that he would veto aggression, while building whatever "How is your husband behaving ...... I,

tional bank of New York and a stanch any legislation"provid "defensive" ships within the tonnage Internal revenue receipts from, cigarettes "Oh, badly enough for a new dress,. ;(
sound money advocate. He appealed ing for such paymentThe limit agreed It feels it needs for se reached an all-time high of $100- I think.

for co-operation with the President, vote was 9S7 to curity. 378,994 for the three months 'ending r 7

highly praising his efforts'. rehabilitation 1S3.: September 30. At the same time, treasury -
and saying;: The Legion's new LIEUT. FRANCESCO AGELLO of figures on collection from 'several 5 'TELLER

"If the government and the banks national commander known as "Crazy Boy" be- other tobacco sources showed declines'

continue in the role of antagonists It Frank Belgrano, Jr., of cause of his darin-g. aerial performances indicative of changing habits. '

San Francisco! now a .
will involve the gravest consequences '
set a new record for speed in
to our country, perhaps even the destruction Frank banker. All ,other can- flight when he drove his seaplane overa Diplomats, officials, and capital so-
of institutions and didates withdrew and folk crowded Concordia Lutheran
many Belgrano, Jr. course at Desenzano, four times at ciety '
principles we have long held dear Mn ,Belgrano 'was an'average of 440.29 miles an hour church for the wedding of Fraulein

"If, on the other hand, we abandonour elected unanimously. In his speech of 'Gertraud Luther, daughter of -Ambassador

antagonism for friendly understanding 'acceptance said he would conduct THREE : Hans Luther Germany, to Ger-

sympathetic' co-operation, Ibelieve his office with vigor and determinationand T been awarded American the physicians Nobel prize have in rit'von Haeften- attache at ,the. German :-.
would give It his undivided atten- !
make contribu- '
we can a great embassy.
tion. medicine for 1934. They are Dr. George
tion toward the perpetuation of our Minot and Dr. William P. of PlUGS.
i "Our country is filled today with too ,Murphy Cleaned
cherished institutions the encouragement The Federal Relief administration
much talk about isms," he said. ,""Ev the Harvard medical school and Dr. '
of our fellow) citizens, and the George II.' Whipple! of the Universityof Indicated it would not accede to a: request -
erywhere we hear about Communism YOU
gradual and sound rebuilding of the Socialism, Fascism, Hitlerism, and oth-, Rochester.=The prize of $41,000 is from Governor Schmedeman 'of ;

shattered economic and ,financial.struc- ers too numerous, to mention. divided, among them for their development Wisconsin to buy '1,000 carloads of : Or; 1 GALLON OF GA-'

4 ture of our country." "There is room in this country for of liver therapy in anemia. Wisconsin potatoes to check. ;: a 'falling.. IN 10 ; HAVE YOUR SPARK PLUGS

Further' overtures to the bankers ,only one ism.. That is Americanism. market.: \ CLEANED BY THE AC SPARK: PLUG CLEANER:
were made! iiv .terse' II. .Jones, chairman Without A. SCOT! and Campbell Black
equivocation or reservation, I CW. -
of the Reconstruction Finance corporation say to you that under my administration f England, flying; their Red Comet The broad principle that government only 'SC: a plugWherj
andI. I.'. T. 0'( ::0111101'.
comp this American Legion Is' a sworn plane, won the great London to Melbourne officials may perform "their duties .

troller of the currency. Both of them enemy of every other Ism. That is a aIr' derby, reducing; the record without fear of damage suits was upheld .

gave assurance that the economic con- declaration of' ,war." by many hours. The second plane to tacitly by: the Supreme court.

dition of the country Is sound,:and .Mr. The 'following, were' elected as na- arrive in Melbourne' was that of K. D. That court declined to study the; Dis: )your spark plugs

Jones urged the bankers: to expandtheir tional vice commanders, : Parmentier and J. J. Moll of Holland. trict of Columbia Supreme court's re- are Oxide-Coated,they

loans to business.To They gave the winners a close race fusal entertain a $ 50OOO damage mis-fire intermittently. :!\
Daniel J. Doherty Woburn, Mass. ,
this though flying longer route. Col. Roscoe ,-
all a r
bankers responded
Harold J, Warner, Pcndleton, Ore..; spit against Andrew W. Mellon and This wastes as as
Turner and Clyde Pangborn, Americans
by unanimously. : adopting resolutions John Kenelly.. Mandan. N. D. ; Milo J. Ogden L. Mills for actions while the -1 1 gallon of gas in 10.Ask .
lost when wandered
promising to co-operate with the government Warner, Toledo, Ohio ; and Quimby former was Herbert Hoover's secretaryof Registered AC ECISTERFD
but from the course near ,Alia ha bad, [India, any
demanding a balanced Melton, Griffin Ga. the treasury and the latter under
budget. but came in third. James and Amy 'DcalerGaregeorServb.,
Rev Dr. Park W.' Huntington, pastorof Mollison\ the famous Hying: couple from secretary. Station this iI. V
Rudolf S. Hecht ice to stop
of New Orleans ,
was SPAIIK plc 0lossgfmoneybyclean
St. Stephen's Lutheran church in but "
England, led at the start, were
elected president of th'e association to Wilmington, Del., was chosen unanI- forced to quit in India by damaged Secretary Wallace was appointed by : CLEArHNGi

succeed Mr.! Law. mously as national chaplain. I motors. President Roosevelt as a plenipotentiary i g your; spark plugs STATIONwith

John D. Crowley of Cambridge, Tragedy marked the race when Harold to sign the inter-American treaty the AC Cleaner.

WAR clouds over central; Europe Mass., was elected chef du chemin de Gilman and James flames of'Eng on the Roerich pact on behalf of the Replace badly worn ,Look for the

not dissipated by the partial fer of the "40 and 8," play organization land crashed in flames in Italy and United States. The pact, a result of Plup-in.the- ..
solution of the resulte'd plugs with new ACs. Tub"
plot that In} ,of the Legion, and Mrs, A. C. Carl- were burned to death. 30 years of work: and agitation on the
the assassination! of King Alexander oft son of Wlllniar ,-Minn. Twenty planes started on the 11,323 Roerich
was elected na- part of Nicholas archeologist,
Ya wM' Jv .Ju nsla via. It Is -established tional president! of the American Legion mile flight but' several' were forced out seeks: to protect and preserve artistic,
; ;
. that the m'urdel' auxiliary. of the contest by mechanical trouble. scientific, historical and cultural monuments Help'Kidneys
was the work of
Next year's convention r/as awardedto and museums In time of war. poorly" functioainff Kidneys and
If .
the Croatian of to
group St Louis, 'Io., tlUNO HAUPTMANN'S 0. Bladder make you Buffer from Ge ttinjr
terrorists 'called the B avoid extradition from New York Up Nights. Nervousness. Rheumatle
Filipinos Vote Change Pains. Stiffness, Burning, Smarting;
Oustacha. at
and the taken to Jail
JEAN PICCARD failed, so lie was Itching or Acidity try the guaranteed
IIOF. = !
made another Manila, P. I. The Philippine constitutional
head of the await trial for )
gang, Dr. P Flemington. N. J., to Doctor's PreecriptionCystexSiss-tez::
Anton Pa yeHc, has balloon excursion into the stratosphere Colonel LIndbergh'sbaby convention has voted In favor of CrJ1S
themurder IL druggists,
back. Only75 nt
been arrested together and accompanying him was boy.' Attorney General Wilentz of a one-house legislative system for .

with his assistant, his plucky wife, Jeanette the only II. and his staff of assistants were completing the commonwealth government which ,

Dug e n e Kvaternik. censed woman balloon pilot In the their arrangements for pre will control the islands pending completion YOUNG MEN-YOUNG WOMEN -

The three companions'; United States. They\ ascended from sentlng the case against the carpenter. of Independence from the UnIt'edStates. YOUR SUCCESS and earning ability will
-- Detroit with their GOO.OOO depend upon some special vocational training'
of the a'ssassin? who cubicfootbag IJauptlmir.n..ns arraigned before I
Dr.- Anton were captured In passed over Lake Erie, .rose to a Justice Thomas 15. Trenchard and MOLER SYSTEMof

Psyche France, have con height of about ten miles, and then I pleaded not guilty. The trial was set Revolutionists Outlawed -and BEAUTY ItAHliKKINCi'CULTURE for young training-men will for moan elms

fessed that they trained for the Job came down on a farm four) miles west fo:' January 2 at the request of Mr Sofia, Bulgaria.Every citizen of the tW>.7"T employment end financial Independence

In a camp In Hungary and held Hun. of Cadiz, O' Io. The gondola landedIn Wilentz, who said : "I don't,think this kingdom is given the right to shoot May vtt Write toll for you our FREE more about booklet No.this 401V410LERSYSTEM,431PeachtreeSLN.E.AtlantaGa training\ r. f.)_

garIan passports. It is charged In the a tree but the two occupants were trial should go through the holidays. down on sight the notorious Mace- \ t ,

French press that they or their pus- only slightly bruised and scratched 1 think It would be distasteful to the donian revolutionist, Ivan Mlhailov, ,

tacha chiefs were In secret contact and It was believed the delicate scientific people. Then, too, this Is a capital and five associates. The governmenthas .. SOUTH CAROLINA -

with Hungarian or Italian officials, andIf instruments: they carried were. unInjured case and; the defense should have ample declared' all .s\x men outside tho frown' Abruzzl. 6Co Iljefrom discount for pedigreed cash with seed order -

It can be established that their funds time to prepare its case." pale of all laws U. B. & OLIN J. bALLHY, :hallcy, S.C.ii .


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CLEWISTON NEWS Friday, November 9, 1934


i : volcanoes which erupted recently
In the state of Vera Cruz,

Mex., and In Alaska are in that

belt of volcanic activity whIch en-

; FLAME OF I girdles Intermittently the huge basinof

tr the Pacific ocean. This ring of

: ByVINGIE volcanoes may be,traced, on this side

of the Pacific, from Cape Horn to
Alaska: while on the other sides the
I! ; E. ROE
cones are found in Japan, the East

rrHE BORDER Indies, New Zealand, and other .Is
"j: Copyright, Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc lands.In .

WNU Service South America, the Andes are

studded with volcanoes, some of
" I which are among the loftiest in the

I world. In April, 1932, a number of

r CHAPTER XII-Continued time it held between the wild blue and entered to her kindly ministra, which iwd t>o grievously misspent Its volcanoes roared into activity terrifying -

=:15- eyes, the deadly black ones. tions. days, and these were fervent prayers, inhabitants' for 400 miles and

Then Starr Stone turned to Sonya. Sonya whirled and faced her her abased and agonized before the heavenly sending dust as far away as New
lie was leaning forward now, search
"Sonya" he said distinctly, "once I dark eyes burning in the shadows. throne begging for that mercy of Zealand, 0,000 miles distant. Des-
ing the girl's face with boring eyes to '
told you that a leopard coU'ld not "Senora," she said ,desperately' the eleventh hour which has been divinely cabezado, Chico and Plnnchon in the
catch the faintest change the slightest
flicker of betrayal. change his spots. A little l later I told "Have pity on me Can you not helpme promised ; sometimes for Serge Andes erupted again in July, and

: "I did you that my Inner self had changed, ? A knife senora-with my next and Lila and little Cabs, even for last January Llaima, In southern
not, senor, she said. '
"H'm," said El Diablo savagely that all my desires, my outlook on meal-left on the tray? In the name Darkness. For herself she asked scant I Chile, poured smoke six miles in the

""and when you so quickly stooped andpicked life, had changed with knowing you.I of that holy Woman whom you wor- favor. It had been always so with air.

,:, from the floor that small brass longed to prove it to you. You said ship, please, senora !" her. Service to her fellow men, com-

"' can which Senor Parks dropped from you wanted no proof. The time has "1 cannot, child," she answered fort' for all suffering things, had been

tils pocket, you still did! not know come ,to give it to you. There is noth; gently. "Manuel would kill me Come her passionate aim in life.

: what ?" ing left for me to want on this round let me wash your sweet' white body Of herself she thought last and
.. you were finding
"No." said Sonya. "and would not earth but your faith in me. I told with fresh< water. And there Is per least, of Starr Stone most. DRUGS ?

now If Manuel there bad not told the you once that I have been a man:: of fume and a woman's clothes to dress If only they had met in those early

Senora about It-called It a five-tael! violence. I have been, God forgive me. you In-a scarlet dress, and golden days of which he spoke, before that

can of 'black molasses.'' and what had happened. The e'entsof shoes for your feet., To night you rest one misstep had put him !in El Dlablo's\: Don't make the mistake of givingeven

the last tragic days stood, sharplyout -Manuel's orders-but tomorrow you power, made him an outlaw, rBorder a 14-year old boy strong
Manuel leaped from his seat, talking :
before her. wear- these things for him. You must renegade. When the sweetness, the medicines meant for adults.
swiftly, facing his master. And somewhere '
"A misstep In my ,early ,youth-It forget.Forget.'-' kindness In him had been p&rmount..
behind l her a woman stifled a Boys and girls who
doesn't matter now what It was-put "' Before sin and wrong had put the
:scream. But Diablo was on his feet, reached their
:ills fist on the table. me In the power of El Capitan Diablo. !rget-the vultures, and the \wind leopard spots upon him. "teens" are not ready a-

4, "Sohe! thundered, "my people talk For my freedom's sake I cast In my Forget'-the stars, the soft winds blowing But the soots were changed; at last to be given, powerful I

'-, lot with him. For my life's sake I the creak of leather, and S -arr when-it was too late. To hh face he drugs!
behind me, do they? They mention '
could never leave him afterward. I Stone's hand on hers laid on her pommel had repudiated El Capitan, :signed: his It is not wise to give'

I that which Is never to be mentioned? have raided burned, and pillaged, butI She turned from the old woman own death warrant, for anyone leavingthe laxatives of adult strength to a child,

3. shall deal with, you-and you, senora" have never killed a'man. nor harmeda and beg n'again her Interminable dark service of this monstrous just because you give them less
-later. Now bring me Quince. frequently or in less amounts. Many
woman or a child. I have been his, walk, the striking of her hands to- bandit put himself "on the spot" as
At that Sonya felt the world stomach upsets and bowel troubles cy
around for terrible second. She go brains In smuggling; his ablest lieu- gether. It was a mechanical action truly as any In more modern places. growing children can be traced to this

one tenant, as he says. But now I'm which somehow seemed to hold her ,And he had done it deliberately, to single mistake.
-clutched'the chair back
: through. brain from snapping, to keep her prove to her that he was changed, Use a liquid laxative containingsenna
i And from '
I somewhere at the right "With death as my sure reward for searching for a way to ,end It all. even to the death. The courage which (a natural laxative). California

tfhere came the sound of marchingfeet what I'm saying, I say here and now, She would not let the senora wash had shone In his face In that repudiation Syrup of Figs has the right amount for

the swift step of men obeying a before these witnesses, that I am done her, nor accept the ,silken bed gown had been magnificent. He knew, children's use, and this rich, fruity

a master. Through the dappled shade cast forever. Done with all wrong and, all which she now produced. She shook, none better, the fate of El Diablo's syrup does not harm or upset a

by the.poplar trees five figures moved evil. That the leopard changes his her head, pushed her away. double-crossers, and he double-crossed child's system.

Into her line of vision four who walked spots, at last. For the love, of, you In "If you have within you, senora," him high-handedly and with supreme Give that headachy, bilious child a
abreast In twos and !In their midst a little of this gentle laxative when
my soul I am made over new. They she said piteously, "any remnant of a finality.
fifth Starr Stone she had constipated, and a little less, if dose is
as seen will kill me soon, and I hope. they'll woman's pity for another woman lost "Oh, Starr!" wept Sonya with !ker repeated until bowels seem to be
him! last in boots and dun-
cowboy send you with me with ,all my heart to all the light of life, leave me to forehead on her clasped hands. "Oh, moving regularly and thoroughly

garees belted at his lean hips, a faded though hell Itself can hold no torture fight it out alone. Leave me now." my man of all men My one and only without need of help.
denim shirt. He had hat and his
no for me to compare with the knowledge, For a long time the other stood and love !I" Get the true California Syrup of
-bronze head shone in the like
I light that I have brought you to this. That watched her, calculating, then nodded In the warm dark silence the heartIn Figs containing senna and cascara,

gold, and he had not shaved for days. will be more punishment than, my lost and turned away. her seemed to melt In anguish, the which will not weaken the bowels or

He was haggard and his eyes were soul can bear. Oh, Sonya, forgive me "I have not forgotten-for thirty ,tides of life to run swiftly out. irritate the kidneys. You'll soon have

darge in his tanned face, and his,arms for what I've done to you" years," she said cryptically. "You For her it was the ebb of finite full evidence that it safely relieves
in children.
were bound behind him. He was a things the last low -hour before the constipation
"Forgive you? panted the girl, half shall have your night, querida. "
prisoner with all a prisoner's indignities THE "LIQUID TEST. First:
sobbing. ? I glory In end. Ina dull coma of hopelessness,
"Forgive you But she stopped with her hand on laxative of the
heaped him, but his tall select a liquid proper
you And we'll go together, never the great Iron latch and surveyed the her face swollen with weeping, she strength for children. Second: give

form was erect, his blue eyes dark fear! If not one way, then another.It room completely for any' sharp thing sank lower and lower against the great the dose suited to the child's age.

.1 with the)spreading, pupils. He strode will not be a long good-by, I promise any pointed thing, any place where bed, her lips apart, her black head Third: reduce the dose, if repeated,
I -toward the table.with his gaze set on disheveled.And until the bowels are moving without
you: ,one 'might tie a rope-of bedclothes,
DIablo's face and saw no other In the "Soul's covenant," said Starr Stone. say. Finding none of these, :she! Into this last deep abyss there any help at all.

:silent mass."Senor" "Soul's covenant," she answered. opened the door and went silently dropped a tiny sound. : An ideal laxative for this purposeis

he said But here El Capitan leaped to his away. So low and soft It was that Sonya the pure California Syrup of Figs
"Senor," said El Capitan, and the was not conscious of it until it had but be sure the word "California" is
booted feet, his fist on the table again. The sound of the bolt falling echoed
r1 :smile was gone from his face. It was itself several on the bottle.
repeated times-the almost -
"It will not?" he rasped. "You thinkIt In the empty passage.So. .
iblack with rising fury. This the end. inaudible scrape of metal against
will not? Carramba I El Capitan was Not forever Call for FortitudeThe
"For five years, Quince, you have Diablo has yet the final word. You could they keep her In this barren metal.
fate frowns the
been with me-my best and ablest to the winds and the vultures, Quince, room. Sooner or later she' would have The outside bolt, huge and heavy, heroic it more is to live. more

_man. You have done my bidding and may you remember many thingsIn the means. She only prayed It mightbe slipping" slowly in its slot !
-quickly. You have led my raids. You the-the Interval. soon-before she must wear the With her breath caught In her throat

'have'put my'merchandise safely scarlet dress for Manuel. There must Sonya Savarin listened.
"You he turned to Sonya and
IF'you lire easily-
'.- through its secret ways. I have called leveled a finger at her, "1 give to that be something hidden somewhere with After a tense Interval It came again,

dindyouhave come.ahvays. Always until which one could slash a vein In so and the gentle creaking of the great of
one among my men who rises to this why not reason out the cause
4ately. Lately jx>u have come on laggardfeet. door on Its hinges.Instinctively .
woman's wrist.
Quince's empty place. Manuel, my slight a thing as a this unnatural condition?
You have held back at my or- compliments, the lady. 1 believe you The bed, perhaps, A spring under ? the girl shrank back Your first thought may be, "I

-ders. You have disobeyed me. AndI like a white-skinned woman with curlsIn the huge tick filled with feathers, against the bed. must eat more." That's not all. You
have now the reason. That reason Manuel should enjoy what do eat. Frequently
the hair. And after you-the rest. ma 'be. But the bed was old when the you
4s a woman. A woman whom you have Manuel, her master! the blood cells are low...
land and It laced with
was new, was
And that the Bor-
as they across
:set before El Capitan Diablo. Whose say She stifled a scream her and this, perhaps, Is what makes
rawhide so steel-like;: hard, and dry on open
der, Is that. Take them both away.
feel weak. If this Is trouble

-word has been more to than you your
you my Mouth, her hand across It.
that It' had outlasted centuries.It .
word. Who through Instruction The four men moved to 'surround the stomach may not be calling
jour And then voice
p their prisoner, the marching feet wa's as hopeless as the great bars a whispering Into for sufficient food. Zest to eat may 7 .
.doubtless, has come upon the key of the darkness, a breath of a voice as
passed swiftly, and Sonya watched the In the window set in the ancient mud be lacking. But what a difference
my activities. Who has caught Qua- of the walls. lovely as. music, said "Senorita !" S.S.S.makes when taken just before
I tall bronze head out of the shade
I: itro with the goods in his own store. go And Savarin who had She could not speak, and again It meals. Just try it and notice how
Sonya guarded -
into the sun-around a corner.
Who holds Diablo'and all his futurein whispered, "Senorita?" yourappctiteanddigestionimprove.SSS. .
life so well, now stood at bay holdIng
: the hollow of her hand. Or wouldso The world and all It held turned "Si," said Sonya, gasping, "I am stimulates the flow of gas r
dark before her the her breath, pondering desperatelyhow tric and also the
hold him had It not been for Quatro's Just as senora hore." juices supplies

{ : swift action In the matter. Senor reached out a motherly arm. she might destroy It. There was the murmur of a moving precious mineral elements so necessary
-behold the woman !" She dimly heard Manuel saying, If only she, had her bags Her little in blood-cell and hemo-glo-bin
form and Concha carefully be
Do it. It be
case of instruments But she had up-building. try may
"Careful senora, careful-she Is mine. :
He had half risen again, leaning nothing and Starr Stone side her. Sonyn reached out and the rainbow you need to brush
was dying
-with one broad hand on the table. would I touched her Incredibly, but the girl away present discouragement over
now, perhaps, or tomorrow.
With the other he pointed dramatically CHAPTER XIII : drew sharply from the contact. your health condition.

to Stnya. And like a flash, Starr There was nothing left to do, no "Attend," she said, "If you are brave Do not be blinded by: the efforts of a
:Stone whirled and saw her. foes to face with lifted head, no senorita?" few unethical dealers who may SUIT.
I I"ct, It the H.ove'3 Sacrifice. schemes of hope to make, no one whom -are you so, said i Pest substitutes.You have a right to
was firstInkling he had had "I am'ery brave, Sonyn insist that S.S.S.bo supplied you oa
\ ; that she was not safe In her own coun- When she opened her eyes again It she. might coax to help her. simply. U request.Italongyeara of preference
was dusk In the deep-walled room, and And so at last Son 'a, your guarantee of satisfaction
try, about her own pursuits, and the having exhausted "Then lIsten. you I hate from my
I she lay on the ancient bed. For a all her resources, scant at the world's
:shock of (It drained his face to ,a ghastly soul's bottom-1 could strike you now
pallor. while :she:; lay In a sort of stupid best In this terrible situation, made with my two hands-but there Is-another great bloodmedicine

"Sonya !I" his lips formed sound- peace, gathering her faculties, which ready to bow In resignation. She whom I love. Oh. Mary Moth
seemed ,to'ha'e been scattered to the knelt by the ancient bed. which had o
lessly. er! Love !I" she paid as if to her [Inward

"Yes," said the girl defiantly, "they four winds. no doubt seen tragedies before, and self. She stopped a moment

i 'took me from my horse two nights And then suddenly the values of life folding her hands addressed her soul then went on. PARKER'SHAIR

; ,- :ago-kidnaped me-by airplane-and dropped Into their appointed places, to Its Maker in sorrow and humility. "If you can fellow me without a BALSAM

: brought me here because I stumbled like the brilliant colors In a kaleidoscope How, long she knelt so she never sound there is- a hope. Can you a Remove, Dandrotr-Stop,Hair Falling

i on the fact that Parks Is their agentIn and she knew where she was afterward could recall. Sometimes she walk so?" BeautytoGzayand Imparts Color Faded and Hair

, I the smuggling of narcotics across md what had happened. prayed, weeping, for that other soul TO BE CONTINUED. 6Pe and II,wke..00 at.Potghogon.Dropgliita.nipgoTThem .N,Y.

the line. They think you told me- El Capitan had spoken and she was .. FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in

that you and I have planned to double- still a prisoner, the property of a dap- connection with 'sHairBalsamMakesthe
Decide if hair soft and fluffy. 60 cents by mail or at drug-
cross this wicked bandit here-this per Mexican bandit with predatoryeyes Montreal Courts May Have to gists,Uiscox Chemical Works, Patchogue.N.Y.

,beast who says I'm lying !" and laughing, thin lips, Manuelthe Flying Planes Over Land Is Trespassing
I :She waved a hand at El Capitan. aviator. And Starr Stone was WNU-7 -34

nodded her black head toward him. gone-oh. heaven Gone to that -

"Ah A beast, am I? Cl Capitnn ghastly fate which lurked In the The question, "Who owns the air The courts have decided In the past

,. Diablo a beast'l"' poignant words, "you to the winds and space?" may soon come before the I that tiring a shot across the land of Do you lack PEP ?

'YVs. senor-and worse," said Sonya the vultures." The wild blue eyes courts for settlement.An another Is trespass. So, too, Is the

,[' ?, Suvarin./ "You may kill me-as I dot that had darkened and changed under Indignant suburbanite, annoyedat 'I stringing of telegraph wires over an- Are you all in, tired and run down?

,:r not doubt you will-but I am an American the mandates of life, the long hands I airplanes flying over his land, [ other man's land.

!' "J and I do not bend to you either with their tender touch, the lips so i threatens to take action in the Supe- The law has upheld an action in WjTERSH1Tft'TONIC

. ,, : :' In body or soul. We are both Amerl warm upon her own rior court to keep them from "tres I trespass wh re a tree growing on one

<:',:.; .;..:.,: .cans*' Sonya leaped to her feet and paced passing.[ ''I'j piece of land overhung on another. I IIJ
: "Oil. Anll'rlcfAnd! Americans do the old room like a tigress caged, The threatened action is based on I This firm belief In man's complete

-': ,not double-cross?" striking. her hands together, her soul the contention that ownership of land | kingship in his own castle has in recent Will rid you of

'" -t\\r' ',"" "No. senor." dying within her. The 'young lieutenant carries with It ownership of everythingthat times undergone some ,changes MALARIA

!'. ; "Well, we hall see. Quince-attentlon. had said "Careful-she Is mine," extends above and below It. This however. It is now admitted that pri

'f What do you say for yourself?" and he stood next to the master now. contention, based on an old Roman vate ownership may In some cases be and_build you up.Used for 65 years for Chills.

,T i The tall man standing in the mot, His word was law beneath that other's, maximum, "u que ad coelum et ad infernos subordinate to public good. Fever,Malaria l and

tied ha001\ ,((1 long In his master's and no one would disobey.And ," has been responsible for many In, the Instance of airplanes, it. ii I A General Tonic

'face.'hat years of wrongdoing, of presently the senora came pad rulings in the courts that ownership pointed out that flights are In the public I SOo and $1.00 At All DrunialaTHE

,obedience, of fear, were In that look ding softly to the door on heavy feet of the soil Incndes everything In the Interest, whether It be the flyig (/

only they two might say. For a long for she was old and excellently fed, earth beneath without limit. passengers or mall :


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Those trees cost money, and required Tuesday night that he had clear- reside in less kindly climate. sort of skip it through.

The Clewiston News several years time to reach .. d $12,50 per hour' for the time he Bringing the American Legion But when I want some pabulum, '?

their present beautiful stage of 'lad put In on the field. One sack of 'convention to Florida at this season which nowhere else is fo'un'-

Published every Friday in Clewiston, I growth. They should not be unnecessarily .'ccd and 10 hours;: of work cleared was a wonderful break for Florida. I unwraps the little paper from my

Florida., by the CLEWISTON NEWS : destroyed through the carelessness him $250 at that time. Aside from the money the delegatesand ol' home town.

I Inc. and indifference of a few So keep your eyes on the bean visitors actually spent for food,

people. market and watch the activity in the shelter, entertainment, gas, tires and They say our good an' bad deeds"are "

Keathley Bowden, Editor The setting of fire without proper Everglades. whatnot, which was plenty, the recorded up on high, -

precautions to control it is a most I greatest benefit is yet to come.\ So that God can classify us when it 'l I

Entered as second class mail matter dangerous practice, and one that Among the thousands Legion- comes our time to die.

February 1, 1927, at ,the Post should not be tolerated by the au- ..:N1. .:.:Nti N:...:-:,..:NN.N I.:N:..:..:.iN N:1H:..:N:.,.+:.1 aires who visited this fall are many If that be true, I know a man who'sgain'

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under thorIties. A who will return to become perman- to w'ear'a crown- ,

the Act of March 3, 1897. ::2:: TOO LATE TO ::!:: ent residents.. They wjll build homes He's the gent who runs the paper in
here, establish businesses and tike. my ol1 home town.
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. JOIN THE RED CROSS :_;: CLASSIFYRUSSELL I :: their places in the civic life of our -Exchange.

rates on application. 1 communities
Advertising The ClYwiston Chapter of the Am-
and friends for
y.t. .t. many months to
Devoted to the advancement and erican Red Cross, in a campaignfrom '.. ,;f1' t; ''\ .:. They will talk Florida to relatives I !
Armistice Day to Thanksgiving J M G "UC-
welfare of Clewiston and Hendn BY come, which will cause many people "
will offer an opportunity to : Q
County. to visit the state this winter who
,_ every resident to join the' Red Cross. KAY!{ Counselor and Attorney at Law
.t.Y had made
"' .. no previous plans to do so.
at least a year'smembership
---- and Hopkins Building
It was a Miami convention but to

:'Let's be the first to say itthereare to this most worthy or- vvvvv v 9 reach it, delegates had to travel ,the Wcdnesdaj and Saturdays '

only 36 more shopping days till ganization. length of the state. A large percentage 9:30 to 4:00
"Joining the Red Cross" has be- Around thousands of family fire-
came by automobile. Gasoline
come a most familiar phrase duringthe I 'ides, at corner drug stores, in exclusive consumption'for the
month of October -
Insull seemed Insullted tc past several years. The Red clubs, over bridge tables, in .should show a substantial in- .:NN. .N.N.H.N:N:.:.N:N.N:N:N.N:N:N.N.N.N:N:N:.1.N:N.:
Mr. Cross, as 'a national organization great metropolitan centers and remote y

like to think ten million an error dollars of a little would matter make grew into rather special place In villages" folks are talking about enue crease to with every resultant section increase of the state.rev- :;: Mules For Sale :;t:

our hearts during the World War "Florida. 'I I Likewise the state revenue from the y ::
difference. Good farm mules, sound !
any ;:; young
and in the years that have Delegates who attended the great
be considerable.It :i: and work gentle. :i:
has entrenched Itself a little deeper American Legion Convention in Mi- is difficult estimate
to how y A
The Legion ,convention gave a each year as it has extended aid ami last month from every state in much the American :: CHEAP FOR CASH :;.
boost to the state'smonthly ,. Legion Convention !.
considerable to suffering humanity in countless the; Union have returned to their .
witll .
of tax-and ultimately mean to the ;:: SEE .
collection gas disasters and has continued its wel- homes to tell their less fortunate state. In any' event it should prove :i!t.. .r,...
.don't forget the beverage. farj>work in routine duties.It buddies and friends about their marvelous a remarkably profitable investment. :_;i: E. P. Jones .;.

Is only one dollar, a small price trip and recount their experi- While it is still fresh in our minds .1 t. :t:

Some combination-the horse doc- for the satisfaction that will be ,nces. '" 'this would be a good time to rise ::=. 'AtIackc's: Place, Corner ;?;
tors and beauty parlor girls met in when realize that you .i: Bacom Point & Belle Glade .;.
yours you In many school rooms, kiddies are and give three rousing cheers for a ; ...

Jax at the same time.-Leesburg have done your part in continuingthe clustered about a branch of oranges chap named Dave Sholtz, whose winning -\ ::i. Road. ..:... -**

Commercial. You call 'em veterin- work of the Greatest Mother in or grapefruit, a cocoanut. a 'stalk of smile, genuine enthusiasm for ::'to:: 1'AIIOKEE .;., -

arians and cosmetologists, when you the. World. sugar cane or cotton, that some- Florida and cordial handshake had I ':.. .+.

have the dictionary handy.A Let's make the Clewiston Red body's daddy brought back from more than a whole lot to do with :.N:M:H.N.N:N:N:N.N.N.N.N.N:N.N:N:N:H.N.N:N.N:N.N:1. .

Cross drive easy for the workers by 'Florida"., bringing the convention to Florida.

headline says "M Il Accused of being prepared to give them a dollar Snapshots by the thousand are be- .
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Supporting Two Wives In Miami. for the Red Cross button that ing passed around. A picture of dad- Y Y

Thinking how much trouble most of indicates membership. dy taken at the old gates in St. Aug- THE HOME TORN PAPER New and Used :!:

us have supporting one we wonderif . . . ustine, Uncle Bill taking a' drink
referred to knows .:N:..:NNN, :NH, :NM M..:N M M...:-:NNNN, :NN, :N:N N:. When
"Fountain of Youth" imagine the
the gentleman I from the ( evenin' meal is over and |:;: FURNITURE ::

there has been: a depression.Now Bill drinkin' water, that: one is the dishes cleared away

RAMBLING always good for a laugh) Coconut And you settle down to store pour y y

that the homestead amend- Palms at Miami Beach (that's the mind- with the happenin's of the Y

ment is adopted we'll be interestedin I Atlantic Ocean in the back ground) day, I:!: BELLE GLADE ::
. . . . .
dire ,: .. .. .
seeing,how many pre- YNNNM: :MNNNMNN:NM MNNNN :N NNN, : The Everglade (Yeah, that's what Comes a peaceful feelin' o'er you,

dictions of its opponents come true. they look like, no boa constrictors or brushin from your face a frown, i:_: FURNITURE COMPANY ::
Well, the election; is over, and not
That was a case where "be dammed crocodiles or steaming jungle growthlike As you scan the weekly paper from 1 y

if you do, and be dammed if youdon't. so much excitement was stirred up we thought) The Singing Tower the ol' home town.It :|;: Belle Glade Florida .::
headacheis this time. The general election in ,
The morning-after (nobody can tell you about, that, .t. -: :::
sure to follow that orgy. off-years does not attract a great you just have to sse it) Glass Bottom tells you all about who's sick, ::: Next Door To Theatre J..
voters. In fact
many an unusually
-- Boats at Silver Springs (it's and those who come and go;' v. 1..
large number voted this time. OfClewiston's '. .' .'. . .
"See the Everglades first" wouldbe wonderful underwater gardens and Likewise the comin' sale date at the ..N.N N.N.N.N.H.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.Ii.N.N.N.N.N..N.N.N.:
a' good slogan for us nowadays.A : 499 qualified electors 'averns an aquatic fairyland) tore I use t' know;

trip ''around the lake reveals thou- 271 cast their ballots on Tuesday. Picture post cards that portray everything The buildin' of the City Hall belongin' -
That is a good percentage when '
sands of acres of beautiful bean : from yawning 'gators to to the town.
consider there wasn't any individual I
fields, more thousands of sugar he swanky Miami Biltmore have Gets a write-up in the paper from ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON

cane ready for cutting, and plenty campaign of local candidates. The "ound their way into every city and the ol' home town. 1 REQUEST
only two county commissioners con- .. I I
of activity along other lines, a new :own, all from "Florida." .
tested were from other- districts, although C. STEBEL
community -
building in nearly every Hundreds of thousands of souvenir There ain't an entertainment or a
voted here .
on and receivinga
scores of laborers in the fields, booklets and mail-away editions meetin' where they pray,
good deal of attention. The Demo- Electrical ContractingPHONE
even tractors working at nights by of Miami newspapers have been dis- But what I know about, it though
cratic nominees held
moonlight on bright nights: or by sway. 'ribu ted throughout the nation telling I'm livin: far 'a way.If 2121
It was along. and unweildy ballot .
artificial lights on dark nights. It of the wonders and glories of the chicken pox is ragin' or the PAHOKEE FLORIDA
due to the 7 constitutional amendments ,
would cure the most pessimistic. lorida and at the same:! time ,des- mumps is goin' round, '
which had to appear twice on
3iibing the convention.All I peruse it in the paper from my Agent for '
ARE YOU GUILTY? each ballot. The wide ballot and the '
this splendid publicity occurs ol' home town.
narrow shelf didn't match up very GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
just as the frost bzgins ,to appear
Destructive grass fires, evidentlyset well, but most of us got our crosses
careless individuals and the problem of winter clothes I read the mornin' papers and the RANGES AND
by to burna
put on without much trouble. .
and :if.e' season's coal demands evenin' too APPLIANCESAttractive
supply papers ,
pile of trash or clear a plot, have There were 20 Clewiston voters
caused the attention of millions who An' I sometimes pick a ,novel up an'
the complete destruction of a who opposed the selling of liquor in

score of Clewiston trees in recent Hendry county. Perhaps it is sur- _. ._
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'weeks. Besides the deplorable loss of prising that there were that many.

the lovely palms. Australian pines The same problem faced voters allover .

and other trees, the practice Is to the'state. Whiskey gets by now, : :i: Ci:, :
.. ::
be condemned because it creates a why not make it a legalized traffic :i... .i. I FOR SALE ..Ii.

dangerous situation. and obtain the revenue from it? .:. ..

Every fall and winter, when the Many who voted "yes" to the local 1 : Clewiston HomeSmall Cash PaymentPay :: :!:
grass and weeds are dry and sear, option question did it in hopes it ::

tt countless fires fet started in the Ev- would curb the sale by limiting it 1 A1 yvy

e .erglades and burn/much' of the valuable to places that paid licenses. : y

muck from this rich,. fertile But probably the iIOjt surprising : .;. ::: + :::

r area. thing in connection with this loca' ... .:.

Clewiston resident should be even option question was the attitude orho ; .A:. ... n..

more fire-conscious than the aver- "allegedly: wild, carou injj" '-indents v. :t

age resident. Thousands dollars of ,cur state university. The ?

have been spent and several years student body's executive counci i :y: ::: ;.
i :: :
time have gone Into the planting of adopted resolutions:: urging Ala: hur:: 1 .1. ;
our streets and parkways with beautiful county voters, "in the better intercs' .t. .:. Yvy : .:.

trees. It is largely: the beauty of this university" to defeat the IP y YA
of these trees that makes Clewistonthe cal Y
option measure for that county

most distinctive and attractiveof Faculty members and a group of 1 ...
1X t .
the Lake towns. When we carelessly university employees took similar ...... .:. .d di 'C"ili'

permit their destruction we action. The student's resolution stat- .;. :::: ::: ;, (

-are, doing much harm to our town. ed "Realizing that the passage of X: +

It is possible to set a small fire the repeal of prohibition in Alachua ... .y. .t' .t,

to, burn trash and to watch It care- county would be detrimental to the .t. .:_. '.t.. .:,
fully enough to prevent its spread- high of the .t. G tiC. eq r : .t.
purpose University of .!. .'t.'.t,
Ing and doing any harm. There is Florida, and would not further the .:. ..t.:. ,
no objection ... '. i
to such a practice. It dignity and morality of this institution ly

is also possible to burn off a small I : of higher learning, the executive .+. .t'

garden plot safely if necessary: precautions : council of the student body .I.t. :Y: I
are taken to have a garden hereby resolves that in the better :.=::I::::. I .:..

hose connected so water may be used interest of this university such a ..1.: YxX

if needed, or if several men are on passage should not.be favored." xff

'.hand to beat, back the fire should it That will alter the opinion of a few + *

start spreading. people who seem to think all college ::: ::: ::: .i.
But frequently, a trash pile is ignited boys live to drink and carouse .!. .i' .i. :::
and no one remains to guard around. y
It; a slight breeze will blow The bean .. .t' .:.
a hit of market is creating more .t. yAv1
burning trash onto a dry field and interest locally than most anythingelse I yAv
in a few yAy
minutes the fire is one that right now. With beans at 2.50 : :'
lequires: the service of a crew of $3.00 and $3.25, even $3.50 it is ./!. .:. .j 't. .:.

men or the fire truck to extinguish. cause for excitement. The xx X1
price for
And it seems that The Balance Like: Rent :!: ::
of ground is seldom a larger plot picking has also gone up. When :;: :!: v :
properly guarded negroes were getting 16 cents'a short A

undesirable when fire is used to clear it of time ago they nwo receive 25 cents :i': :i';: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY ,CLEWISTON HOMES :: :;:

A glance at growth the blackened before planting. per" hamper for picking. It makesgood :;: :_;: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :!: :
: : and business
completely for all of us, and

,that Clewiston parkways were destroyed adjoining planted trees on the streets and fields shrubs and In here's till,One all hoping.the high beans school the are market boy shipped.who stays lives up] U I ClevJiston Home Building Association .Ii j ; ),.

,which were recently cleared out Hookers Point way had In .. -. .1. '
by fire tells a s 102 "=. ,z.iy .
than the story more accurately few acres of beans. He has chipped ; -:; PHONE y I s

any newspaper article some this week, and he figures ui ii

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named delegate to tlyj synod which bridge, Mass., under survey by
.:---o. :":-':":-':":":-':":":-':-:":":":":":". Leonard Shea and M. A. Fletcher, TilE COMMUNITY CHURCH Elliot & Harman Engineering
Y of the Canal Construction will be held soon in West Palm Beach
president Sunday, November 11, 1934 Company, Memphis, Tenn., Pe-
Plans were announced for a benefit
Mention ::_;:; company, of Memphis Tennessee, oria, Ill., and Washington, D.
3. in'Clewiston this week.J. bridge to be given by Mrs. Poole and
".. were visitors D. Jenkins Williams, Ph. D., C., which said premises are a
":..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Rev. D. D., Minister. Mrs.Delicious D. G. Alston refreshments on Wednesday. part of a tract consisting of the .
were serv- East half of Sections 8 and 17
of Tampa was in H. Peeples of Citrus Center was
Don Coffman ed during the social hour to Mrs.J. and all of Sections 9, 10, 15
Clewiston this week on business. in Clewiston on business election Sunday School 9:45 a. m. E. Beardsley, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, and 16, Twp. 43 S., R. 34 E.,

( day. He was accompanied by his Pioneers, 6:30 p. m. Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, to satisfy said decree and all costs.H. .

.r- E. E. Kellcy was a business visitorin daughter, Mrs. Ag Wood of New Evening Worship, 7:45 p. m I Mrs. I. D. Leydig? Mrs.: C. E.. Mills. A. RIDER,

Miami the first of the week.C. Port Richey.Mr. Theme: "Armistice Day, Its Meaning Mrs. C. W. McDonald, Mrs. G. C. Special M a s t e r- in
Poole, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. W. C. Chancery.

L. Downs was a business visitorin and Mrs. Ralph S. Howard of Sunday school departments and Prewitt, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER,

Miami Tuesday.Mr Savannah, Georgia. are spending a classes for adults, young people, and Ivan Van Horn, Mrs. Rob Smith, 1st National Bank Bldg.

few days in Clewiston as guests of junior, intermediate and beginners.At I Mrs. A. V. Southard, Mrs. L. E. 'Miller -I Miami, Florida,
the evening service Armistice Solicitors for Plaintiff.No. .
visited their daughter and son-in-law, Mrs. Mrs. Chas. Hendry Mrs. Rich-
and Mrs. Bruce Messer will be celebrated and the 46-Nov. 29162330.rrrrrIIrIIrrrrarrIIIIrIIrrrrrna.
Robert Smith and Mr. Smith. Day mes- ard Knight, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs.R. .
relatives in LaBelle Sunday.Mrs. sage will be appropriate for the oc H. Collins and Mrs. W. F. Simp-

casion. Special patriotic music will son. Mrs. Orin Carlton and Mrs. +
vis- Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor spent be rendered the male chorus. n H
LaBelle by
H. H. McCall of Robert Christopher were guests, and
ited friends here Sunday. the Aveek-end in Jacksonville, goingup Members of the American Legion are !Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. Victor Eman- B JACK'S FAMOUS 0n
for the football game there., Sat- especially invited to attend this service c
uel and Mrs. E. W. Digges joined the
-- to urday. Their son, Richard Bestor, and the public generally is wel- Society as new members. Chop Suey Dinners. 5n
Ed Butler made a business trip a student at the University of Flor- come. .HH

Dade City Saturday.TDXL. ida, met. them there for a visit. Tuesday from G:00 to 8:00

Stewart made a business vIs- Mrs. C. F. Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. OX STATE HONOR ROLL G SPECIAL BROILED STEAK :

it to .LaBelle Saturday.Mrs. Vaughn, jr., and Miss Isabel Armen- Kim Kolstad, son of Mr. and Mrs. *a Dinners. Thursday. 3fjUt rU
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trout were visitors in West Palm The Clewiston Parent-Teachers H. C. Kolstad, entertained a small 9 .-

Herman Dyess and daughter Beach Monday, Miss Armentrout Association was placed on the state group of his playmates Saturday at | Watanabe Hotel =

,visited Mrs. Rosa Mims in LaBelle leaving from that city for her home honor roll of that organization by his home In honor of his fifth birth- .
? Mrs. P. R. Ma\iicl!
3 ; Prop;
after visiting Mrs. C. F. Vaughn for
Friday.J. obtaining its quota of paid member- day.The i j I :
the past month. delicious birthday cake bore 1
ships during a period ending October BBBBBBBBBBfeBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWatches

."B. Parker of Fort ,Myers was 25th, the local group has been ad- the 'traditional five candles, and was

transacting business in Clewiston Miss Mary Louise Oglesby, who is vised. Eighty-five paid-up memberswere served to the guests with an ice

'V dtl Sday. attending business college in Jack- on the local roll at that time, cream cake which was beautifully Clocks, Jewelry

'-. sonville, arrived to spend this weekat and the membership has increased decorated with candies and whipped Rear or .

W. M. Redelsheliner and son, Billy her home here. Her mother. Mrs.H. considerably since then, therebe- cream. Clewiston Drug. Company

spent the week-end in Jackson- J. Oglesby is improving? from a ing approximately one hundred mem- The guests were Nancy Wright, Jewelry Repairing

ville. serious illness and is ,in the West bers at this time. Gracie Ward, Billie Digges, Peggy W. H. MERRITT

life- Palm Beach hospital. .' The P.-T. A. local drive for members Lawler, Mary Louise Thomas, Gene

Mrs. L. N. Holdsworth was a busI- was won by Miss Mae Draw'sroom Mills and Larry Royal of Lake Har- WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
ness caller in West Palm Beach which received a two dollar bor.
Mr. Mrs. Mark Lawler and
and :
Tuesday.Mr. cash prize for turning in the largest O. BOY 521
children, Lt. and Mrs. Selee and
number of members and also the PIONEER GROUP ENJOY "We Are Here To Stay"
and Mrs. B. S. Courtney, jr., daughter, Carolyn, Mrs. Grace Cahill largest percentage of parents as PARTY OX THURSDAYThe
of] Bartow were in town on business and Miss Mary McCrone, were guestsof members.

Tuesday. E. H. Latham, sr., on a week-end I .
Instead of the monthly attendance Pioneers, junior organizationof BBBBBBBflBBflflflflaBBBBBflBBBBaDEEP
fishing trip to Naples.
prize, the P.-T. A. will give a partyto the Clewiston Community'Church,
MrTand. Mrs. E. Daniels of Miami ROCK WATER
the room having the largest per- enjoyed a Hallowe'en party on the
J. E. in West Palm
Beardsley was
were \tri Clewiston on business the centage of attendance at all meet- church grounds Thursday evening : .

first of, the week. Beach Wednesday to attend the or- ings for three months. Sustained interest under the direction of their leader_ Five Gallons, 25c
ganization meeting of the board of
in the meetings and in the Miss Dorothy Lockhart. .
Mrs. ..J.' A. McGeehee and Mrs. R. commissioners of the Everglades work the oranization will result Outdoor games were enjoyed bj Delivered in Clewiston Tuesdays and

Y. Patterson. spent Monday in Mi- Drainage District. Mr. Beardsley is from the change, it is felt. the group of 26 children of the Fridajs. Leave order, at B & B store Po,

ami. one of the members recently appointed -,I I group. A hobo convention providedthe Your business appreciated.G. .
to the board by Governor Dave
MRS. POOLE, MRS. ALSTON ARE greatest amount of fun duringthe P. BarrowBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBR..
Sholtz. -
Representative Charles Collier of
Collier County was in Clewiston on Refreshments were served at the
business Tuedsay. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Trainor and
A most pleasing bridge party was close of the games.
daughter, Barbara Ann and .Al
the benefit affair which Mrs. D. G.
Mrs. Orin Carlton and Mrs W. Trainor motored to Palm ,Beach Sun- The'New
Alston and Mrs. G. C. Poole gave at
F. Simpson were guests of friends in day to meet Mr. and Mrs1.. A. Trainor the home of the latter Wednesday NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE

Moore: Haven Tuesday.H. of Daytona Beach, parents of C. CLEWISTON WOOD
afternoon for the Ladles Aid Society
I' F. and Al Trainor. The visitors are
treasury.A .
H. E. Randall of Citrus Center spending a short time here with NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that YARD .- '
: series of these parties have been
was a business visitor in Clewiston their sons. the undersigned Special Master in
Wednesday. planned one for each month, with Chancery, by, virtue of the final decree -
A family birthday party was giv- various members of the Society' act- of foreclosure entered in that .... .
ing as hostesses. certain cause pending in the Circuit
Mr. .and Mrs. Paul Rardin and en by Mrs. Trainor Monday eveningfor '
On Wednesday twelve tables were Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof
Earl Tillman of Canal Point the first birthday of her daughter -
In play, with twelve members of the Florida, for Hendry County, in., .. .. .. .................:..:. .
visitors in Clewiston Saturday. Barbara Ann. Those who enjoyedthe ":'4:":": :":":": :":":": : =":' : : : : : : : :
society giving a "white elephant"gift Chancery, wherein The Clewis ton ....
evening and little as table prize. No progressionswere Company, a corporation, is plaintiff,, :: ::;:
Joseph Spadaro of Boca Grande miss cut her birthday cake were Mr and Hendry Investment Company;, t

spent a few days in Clewiston this and Mrs. C. F. Trainor, Mr.. and Mrs scores made were, allowed and the to twelve choose their high et al, are defendants, will, on Mon :..j,: ,"'P: UNnRAL, :;:

week. Al Trainor, Kenneth and Glen Trainor day, December 3, 1934, between the .
prize from the :;: : : s
Mr. and Mrs. A. Trainor of Day-gown wrapped packages hours of eleven'o'clock, A. M., and :

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie were tona Beach and Mrs. A. A. Munroe. of "white elephants." two o'clock, P. M., at the. front door .:. H O 0:rE .;.
Winning the table prizes were of the County Court House in La-. :;: :
business visitors in Palm Beach --
:Irs.! W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. K. S. Mc- Belle, Florida, offer for sale and Funeral Directors I
Monday.W. Clewiston friends of Mr. and Mrs. Licensed <
Mullen, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. W. sell at public outcry, to the best and .t.% .4.
W. Theodore Eefting are congratu- .'
F. Simpson; Mrs. R. Smith, Miss Lucile highest bidder for cash the following .:: and Embalmers .;0
W' Wicks of Jacksonville wasa lating them on the birth of.a daughter : Hampton, Mrs. Mark Lawler, described real property In Hend- .;. :::

business visitor in Clewiston the on November first at the Jackson ry County, Florida, to wit: : Ambulance Service .
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Richard **
first of the week. Memorial Hospital in Miami.. The .:. :'.:0
Lot No. 23, Block No. 150, of
Knight, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. C. E.
baby has been named Karen Ruth. Clewiston ade :: :
Mills and Mrs. R. Christopher.The the City of $ CLEWISTON, PJIONE 3283o 3o
Col. H.. P. Wilbur and Cecil Lambof Mr. Eefting was formerly an inspector scribed in the "General Plan of y Y
Fort 'Myers were among the business with the U. S. Engineers here names of all those taking Clewiston," more or less: dated X:: PAHOICEE, PHONE 2301. :::

"visitors here Saturday.Mrs. and year,the moving family to Miami resided this here summer.for a a tickets box and to the were bridge drawn were for placed awardingof in John June Nolen 1st 1925, City, Planner prepared, Cam-by i ..::.. .:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..":..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..::..

the three lovely prizes. Miss
C: E. Bekemeyer of LaBellewas Gyn-
Among the out-of-town' visitors na iienriksen, Mrs. A. A. MUnroe,
a business visitor in Clewiston

Thursday.. here this week were W. L. Bartlumof and Mrs. E. W. Digges were. the recipients -I .: HM:+:MM. : :MMMMMM. . : :MMMM. :+:M-HM-: :M-'MMMMMM--M-: ;" : :.
Orlando, J. L. Weeks, of Miami, : of these prizes.
V. Frank Delicious rosette wafers and hot
P. Orlando
McKelvey of ,
P. G. ,Bishop of Belle Glade and
Beach G. coffee were served by the hostesses I iIi
Miami was in Clewiston on business Kaufman of West Palm !: I
Thursday. F. Harrington of Tampa, George to Mrs. E. P. Mutrux, Mrs. W. F. I

Hare of St. Petersburg and Ed Connell Simpson, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. :

Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Ethertonwere of St. Petersburg, F. L. Runis of C. E. Nall. Mrs. Jim Beaidsley, 'Mrs. Ii' CLEWISTON fiOLF

visitors in West Palm Beach Miami. R. O. Crabtree of Jacksonville F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. M. R. Lawler,

Tuesday. : H. M. Cass of Washington, A. Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. J. W., Ezelle, ::: .YI ,.

H. Ward of Aiken; S. C., and J. A. Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. G. M. Mc-

\ Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McLure, jr., Texada, jr., of Jacksonville.Mrs. Fadden, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. G. B.3ackstraw I COUnSE'

l' were visitors In Fort Myers Satur- Mrs. M. E. VonMach, I I
day. Zerney Meredith and daughter Miss Vilma Rhodes, Mrs. G. B. ?

Patricia Ann, returned to their Thomas: Mrs. C. W. McDonald, Mrs.C. }{

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Benbow and home in Jacksonville Monday aftera F. Goodman, Mrs. J. K. Mowry, :y.t.: 'I ..;.
Mrs. C. E. Williams ............
children 'of Moore Haven were In few weeks' visit with relatives Mrs. I. M. Paf- ..

Clewiston visiting Monday. here. Mrs. C. F. Goodman and Mr. ford, Miss Eva Mae Green. Miss Li- y y s

and Mrs. C. R. Byrd accompanied vonia Congdon, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, vt

Miss Mervin Berry of Alachua and them, Mrs. Byrd remaining for a few Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. E. W. Digges, v Ay

Miss Geraldine ShIrey of Lake weeks' visit with her brother and Mrs F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. C. F.

Worth are visiting in Clewiston as sister, Z. G. Meredith and Miss Eu- Vaughn, Mrs. A. J. Hill, Miss 'Dorothy -

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berry.Mr. nice Meredith. Mrs. Goodman and I Lockhart, Miss Mae Drew, Mrs. .

Mr., Byrd returned to Clewi ton' K. S. McMullen, Mrs. H. J. B. .. Open to the Public
I Iy
and Mrs. G. M. McFadden,, Tuesday. I Scharnberg, Miss Gynna Henriksen,

Mrs. Mark K. Lawler and Mrs. D. G 1\1rs.J. P. Percy, Mrs. H. R. Hall

Alston were visitors in Miami Thurs- LADIES AID TO HOLD I i Mrs T. B. Shelley Mrs. L. A. Turner. y -

day. "DAY OF I'KAYEK I Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. W. P. y f.t.

Vaughn, jr., Mrs. Wm. Lockhart, .y.

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Latham The annual Day of Prayer will be Mrs. G. Small Mrs. Richard Knight, y I .

who have been residing at the Inn observed by the Ladies Aid Society Mrs. George Terrell, Mrs. C. E. Mills y.t. 4 .1 I .

for a few months, have moved to with an all day meeting and covered and Mrs. R. Christopher. Y.t. ,. .

Palm Beach dish luncheon at the home of Mrs.

I. M. Pafford next Thursday. Study LADIES All MEETING AT y y fi
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Warriner I topics will be presented during the I MUS.ICI'DDEX'S; HOME: :i: Moderate Green Fees .;;

and son, Ralph and Mr. and Mrs. M. meeting and the program for the y i
Wiggins of LaBalle were recent visitors Day of Prayer will be followed.All I Mrs. G. M. McFadden entertainedthe :;: Exceptional Fairways ::

in Clewiston. who are interested are invitedto November meeting of the Ladies '\ *

attend, whether they are mem- Aid Society at her home on the gov- Interesting Greens 1\ X;

Mrs. Harry Turner, of Clewiston bers of the Ladies Aid or not. ernment reservation Thursday af- 1x =

.( and Mrs. H.. L. Delaney LaBell ternoon. .
returned Sunday from a visit with FOR SALE CHEAP-Truck in good Mrs. G. C. Poole, president, occu-

;relatives in BaUlmgre. and! in New condition. See Airs E, A, EichulClewiston. pied the chair during the business U....! .,.,...55WWttW: -.o***,:O'*' ***.W**.**.*.***.0.**...... .......II_.
York, \ 1.tp. session$ Mrs, A, V. Southard( wag o t t '

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, Friday, November 9, 1934




$":." Q. > Three Important announcements In
: ':<
: ':<- :;:'i
J the field of anthropology prove be-
11M yond doubt the truism In Solomon's
FEATHERHEADS 0 remark that "There's nothing new un-
Crawling der "
the sun. .
% .
From such distant parts of {he

&ttt WAIT A MINUTE, S I WHY Yon \ NOW Listed- I vjELL YOU KuaWDoN'f world as Colorado, Alaska and Ger-
PEAR- l WANT To HTiJST THREW many come these so-called "star-
<<' GET SOME CIGARS ONE AWAY 1 1IM START ] IT'S HARMFUL tling" finds. A Field museum party

HEREYou J THAT UCOTNJ! | IS A uncovers a large "kiva"! of 1,000 years
i SMOKE ago In Colorado and Doctor Martin,
Too MUCH J / ;p DEADLY FoisOM leader of the party, says that these'

T klvas, or rooms, must have been built
/ for ceremonial uses. There follows
/, the assumption that they were used
q i for meetings of secret societies of-
men. Shades of the Klan 1 So conventions -
and parades and costumeswere

-- also a part of prehistoric man's.
alibi for nocturnal freedom I

In Kodiak, Alaska, Dr. Ales IIrd-
Jlcka, curator of physical anthropology -
of the Smithsonian, believes that
he has at last found a solution the
; : enigma of "nest burials." He has

long pondered a reason for a cultured '
people burying; their dead in
1- I11 I
heaps without regard to sex: or age ,
A. u and with no sign of mortuary '
I'M QLAP To HBAf S cerep "
iJEYEIZ BtiT IT WILL! \ :rL.l T j i mony. In the cracked skulls of the
THAT- I PONT skeletons and In other evident signsof
combat, he finds the clew. C'estla
guerre are we mystified ,at,
'I (vICOTNa( / BE ,such massacres on the part of relatively -
civilized people? "In Flanders
i : .To KILL A
EN01J H'
fields the poppies blow, between. the
SNAKE /I crosses, row on row."
.. / I
And In Germany, Prof. Johannes
'Welgelt, director of the GeologIcal-
Paleontological institute of Flalle university -

finds It ,of sufficient novelty'to
/ announce that 23,000,000 years ago
/ drouth brought death to herds of
hU strange wild beasts. Our western
; farmers will not question his dis-

|II897 tiCI1ct1 Jl( I r covery.
> uu One marvels at the perennial enthusiasm -
There are only a few things that of leaders of archeological
we can count on in this funny old explorations. Theirs Is the unshaken

world, but one of them Is that no m Wwt.tn N.w.pap.rIIatoa \ \ faith that transcends all precedence.To .'
woman ever really has enough slips. wander thousands of miles In
She just gets all set when along space and millions of years In timeIs
comes a new frock and the whole undoubtedly fascinating. But what
business has to be done over again. Art do we find that Solomon did not

.With this pattern she is prepared for know?-Washington Post.

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under it. It is nice in white and
simply grand in a color to go under -
transparent dresses. POSTER
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enteenth street, New York City forms no habit; :you need not take a

__ II II5 "double dose" a day or two later.
-- Nor will a mild liquid t&xalive irritate
Charitable Lady-Here, my poor SIS THERETHAT'S NaWI The right liquid laxative will bringa
fellow, is a quarter for you. It must GotJl MUCH more natural movement, and withno
be terrible to be lame, but I think it = discomfort at the time, or after-
must be worse to be blind. ee'rrE2/ ward.

Panhandler-You're right, rnaam. NICE WORK The wrong cathartic may often do:
When I was blind, people was always harm than
more good.
.,s- haudin me counterfeit money. FN( 4EY--
An approved liquid laxative (one
Pathfinder Magazine. r THEY WAS cLl' which is most widely used for both

,\ } / 'a; RUI1 11 IT adults and children) is Dr. Caldwell's
Cause for Murder / Syrup Pepsin, a prescription. It is

Traveler-What do you do, my y perfectly safe. Its laxative action is
good man? based on senna-a natural laxative.
Announcer-I call trains. R The bowels will not become dependent -

Traveler-Well, call me one; I'm on this form of help, as they may
in a hurry. do in the case of cathartics contain-
Y/ I = EEK __ ing mineral drugs. Ask your druggistfor
Revealed icy Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.

"la yopr husband a member of _
any secret society --
"He thinks so, but he talks In his -I .
!lcel1."London Answers. W.st.rn N.w.pspu Uafoa '.

l 4 autbc
I. Eternal Vigilance"Do CHASE THAT ONE Fly in the Ointment I You town enee't dcu 1ytrcfuQdu yce.
i- I ,
'ou,.b.elieYe in a third party?" "I suppose your husband is tickled ilea t0 the tmulscor..,
"Oh, yes," answered Miss Cayenne."In to death to get back to work after be- rioteelie ea by Cceo.
politics, as in society, a third party; Ing out of a job so long," said the
while not contributing to the gayety, neighbor."Oh .1

may be rather valuable as a sort of ," replied. the wife, "he Is rather
chaperon." disappointed. There Isn't any chanceof

tb a strike being called as he thought -
LOW BRIDGE"Say there would'be.. -Cincinnati Enquirer &

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and women to earn money. Send
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"Pa, does the at your name
always come surprise Rift for writing. Darbouz
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"It doesn't In the word economical." n

The Well-Dressed Man
"Ab," said the customs oflicer, producing your kidneys function badly
,, a bottle, "I thought you said and :you have a lame, aching
back, with attacks of dizziness,
\ ,
there were .only old clothes In that
burning, scanty or too frequent
trunk? urination, getting up at night,
0 "Aye, that's ma night cap," said the swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic
Aberdonlan. pains use Doan's Pills.
I Loan's are especially for poorly ,'s .
0 functioning kidneys. Millions of '
I'm thinking about going into A Difference' ; ''
I boxes are used They
a big deal with Scribs. What kind of Diner-You advertised that this res- "My kettle of preserves has explodedand are recommended every the country year. over
a man Is he?" taurant is under new management, butI Is spouting all over the kitchen. Ash your nelghborlDOAN.'S
"Oh, he's like a fish." see the same manager Is still here. What had I better do?"
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS' Friday, November 9, 1934

r .
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found in the home, and also the
Stunned World AND QUILTING artistic ability of the maker. Cutting -
Crime That ,
Faces Trial for patches accurately and drawingneat

designs for quilting were Impor-

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grams. Book No. 20 with 30 quilts. -
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: Package No. -assorted cut-
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The "Double Wedding Ring" shown will be mailed to you

, / M r vp.. y r tt.'sgy:v. ,ys A 'Ii. below Is the most popular quilt upon receipt of your or-
... -;",,:;.,,..:!.' ;j jI known. Its name Is attributed to the J der with cash enclosed.
L following story: 1 L Enclose stamped addressed .

r Following the Civil war quilt mak- I ,\HU envelope for reply -
t {
J. : rS.wy, vb.; i/ % o I ing was very popular. Grandma had when writing for Information.

,, ,, '.. f ) In her collection a quilt she was saving ADDRESS-HOME CRAFT' CO.- I
: f
Nineteenth and St Louis
I for her grandchild's wedding. Dept.
1 tuiThe : I Jane's fiance, who had been woundedIn avenues-St. Louis; Mo.

I the battle of Antietam in 1SG2,

,--.,;.", ,*, ', '.- spent many years In the hospital, but
: Murdered Infant. '\ _: .<.i.\y. ;
I ; j '>t 'lJIi"J.I returned home and the wed-
\ By WILLIAM C. UTLEYChARGED d :' & ,, i. >.:. J.I: ding was planned. "Grandma," said Mercolized Wax
the in- <"'A': '" / -*.:" 'i'.i':"'{'. ., : Jane, "we will not have our wedding
with murdering ....l rings until later." Grandma, how-
of Mr. and Mrs. '" < Bruno ; arw u ever, solved the problem, "My child, '-
A. Lindbergh, Bronx Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh. I'll furnish the rings. You shall have

. ': ,' Richard Hauptmann, my favorite quilt and we will call It
-- New Jersey court some to be nothing more than a
: will face a glance
' ; : alieq "
: : Double Wedding Ring.
: ; the
. .?,>:, time within a month to answer for smudge was ,repealed upon closer scru-
: :. generally been regarded the something vastly more im- In those days making of quilts de- jIwbKeeps
.:;1. J.j; : ;:;., what has tiny as ,
: ": ,' ; most unthinkable crime in recent his- portant. It was the address and tele-
.'G ., e :\:.";: tory. phone number of' Doctor Condon, writ-

', '>"': _' '" For more than two years since that War's After-Effects Skin Young
; night of .March 1, 1932) when the child, mann. Malnutrition suffered during the
: ,Xa. Absorb blemishes and discolorations using
-1 ":\',"', >: .,,who had been not Lindy's only, but Throughout all this time Hauptmann World war has caused a shortage of Mercolized Wax daily as directed. Invisible
. psi? I America's baby, was snatched from its Hauptmann Gazes Fondly at His Own steadfastly maintained his Innocence, mannequins In Berlin, Germany. defects particles: such of as aged blackheads skin are, tan freed freckles and and all

oj j ::.:' : _, nursery in the Hopewell, N. J., estate, Son. supported consistently by his wife. The Fifteen hundred are required In the large pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully
; / ) to be found dead some weeks later only money, he insisted, had been not his Kronenstrasse: the city's fashion- clear velvety and so soft-face looks
; Mercolized
'g: .::'*' _,; :;: five miles away, authorities throughout a cap and dark, horn-rimmed glasses. property, but that of a close friend shop center, but not near their num- years your hidden younger.be:>.uty.At all leadingdruggut t

'.; :;- ',;....,. the world and particularly In New Jer- Lindbergh said It was without a doubt and business partner, Isidor Fisch. Not ber can be found. The girls of the I Powdered Saxolit
'( sey had spread 'a relentless net to the same voice that had come over the long before Hauptmann's arrest, Fisch desired age were born during the I Reduces wrinkles and other age-signs.! Simply 1I II
? dissolve Saxolite in half-pint
_: one ounco
a /; :: : administer justice and exact retribuI cemetery wall.Hauptmann. died of tuberculosis jn Leipzig, Ger- war and do not have suitable figures. I witch hazel and use daily oa face lotion. |
; was arrested September
' ": many.
: K tion.Now certain. 20, 1034, when filling station attendants -
'i the men of the law are As Hauptmann Tells It.
: '; had identified him as the man .
that their net, drawn shut with a drawstring Uauptmann claimed, had been
-.j ;,,_ Fisch,
\: known their
bills by
_ S 'f...:;., of powerful, if mostly circumstantial who had passed affiliated with him In many business
evidence, has closed upon the serial numbers to have been gold certificates close NO POINT NOW
< :'\ surrenderedby deals, often, because of their
-- In New York,where Haupt from the packet
/,; :.. right man. friendship, with no paper record being
: The German insisted -
. and held in the Doctor Condon.
._ mann was captured transactions. When
made of money
,:_" District Attorney that he knew nothing about UNKNOWN ASPIRIN TABLETS !
jail, BUYING
'. Bronx county Fisch had decided to go back to Leipzig TO
" ..;, Samuel J. Foley has built a steel- their origin. to visit friends and relatives, he
;- strong case against him and a grand Find Ransom Money. had left in Hauptmann's care two Big Price Cut on Genuine Bayer Aspirin!
jury has Indicted him for extortion. Going to the home where Hauptmannand satchels and a box, contents unknown. "

Wisely waiting until his state, led by his wife, Anna, lived with their Once the money was found, Haupt- POCKET TINS OF 12 NOW -...
;:"S- Attorney General David T. Wilentz, ten-months-old son, Manfred, blond, mann, according to his testimony, became
j I ''.. had developed what It considered a chubby, gay, oblivious to his father's afraid that he would be caught PAY
. '' foolproof array of evidence, Gov. A. trouble, police found $13,750 more of ,with it and punished under the recently o 15 c NO
Harry Moore took his time about ask- the Lindbergh ransom money, hidden passed gold-hoarding law, which saq fR MORE
ing extradition, with New York safely between the walls of the garage. carried 'a fine of double the hoarded a
retaining the suspect on $100,000 ball. 'His handwriting was checked with amount and a possible long-term prison
When the requisition finally went to that of the Lindbergh ransom notes, sentence. Later he began spending, It ON SALE
Albany for the signature of Gov. Her- widely publicized throughout the coun- a little at a time, to avoid being caught R AT NEW LOW
bert H. Lehman the charge was murder try. Comparing the rough, scratchy, with the whole amount hoarded away. BR ER PRICES AT ALL
." with oddly enough, no mention of barely literate scrawl of the notes The chief alibi developed by Defense DRUGSTORESNOW ) -

',:.: kidnaping. At the time of writing, with the handwriting upon the sus- Attorney Fawcett in his desperate fight
New Jersey officials had not explained pect's application for an automobile against having Hauptmann extraditedto

_. the .peculiarity. license, Albert S. Osborn, handwriting New Jersey was that Bruno hac Pay Less ,and Get Real BAYER Aspirin I t
''' Withstands Grilling. expert who has testified in many Important called for his wife on the night of the' 1

'.;..:' :; Friday night, October 19, Haupt cases, declared that there was crime at a bakery' where she wa$ There's no longer any point to accepting efits without thought of price. J *
: mann, stolid, steely-eyed, still bearing but one chance in 1,000,000,000,000 that working at the time. From the bakery, other aspirin tablets, in Only 15c Now for 12 .
his impregnable attitude of complete both had not been written by the same which they left at about 9 'p. m. 01 place of the Genuine BAYER 25c For Two Full Dozen

'. ?t. _' denial that weeks of grilling had been hand.. Police found paper.Identical 0:30: they went directly home and tc article, in order to save a few cents. r'
, I' unable to break down, entered the with that of the ransom notes in the bed, Fewcett said, bringing out concurring Remember this next time you go to
.'' Hunterdon county jail at Flcmington, Hauptmann home. testimony from his client. We've reduced the price of Gen- buy aspirin. You can now actually ';
N. J., close by the courthouse where j Millard Whlted, lean, lank workeron The testimony Attorney Fawcett was uine Bayer Aspirin to a level that pay less and get Genuine Bayer

he will stand trial.:! The, New York the Hopewell, N. J., estate, "positlyely" able to hold up only in part. The pro makes it unnecessary for anyone and to Aspirin. So never ask for it by the '
.y Hauptmann the and his wife, deny himself the speedy action "aspirin" alone; but alwayssay
' .-t. .Supreme court had denied the. appeal identified as prietor of the restaurant name 1
,: "* entered by the defense attorney, James. stranger he had seen coming out of the 'a .)lr.. and Mrs. Frcderichsen, testified reliability of real:: Bayer Tablets. "BAYER ASPIRIN" when

M. Fawcett, who vainly'attempted to bushes there twice between February that Hauptmann had called for his wife( Millions of people,have long been you buy.
, ,; prove that Hauptmann had been In IS and February 20, 1032.; on the night of March 1, 103, but after glad to pay a higher price to enjoy On sale now at new',low prices-
. New York with his wife the night. of Hauptmann's footprint tallied with grilling, admitted that they were nol the fast relief from headaches, including the 100 tablet bottles,
'J. the kidnaping.. one found under the window where the sure. Their conviction that he had neuralgia and neuritis pain for which have again been lowered in
': On the night of April '2, 1032, Colonel kidnaper's ladder had rested. One of visited the bakery was discovered tc which Bayer Aspirin is famed.Now price-at all drug stores throughout
Lindbergh, convinced after a month of the rungs of the ladder had broken;: be founded principally upon the fact everybody can enjoy its full ben- the United States.

. dickering that 15 notes h.e had received through, indicating that the criminal that Ilauptmann had called for his
\ /" 9t asking for. money in exchange might have hurt himself, spraining' : wife "every Tuesday night. Whether ALWAYS SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" HOW WHEN YOU BUY
. 1 ?.tVfu?'. for the return Of the tiny victim, were twisting his ankle. Miss Anita Lutzen- he had done so on the particular Tuesday -
written by the actual kidnaper, droveIn berg, blond working girl and friend night in question they could not 1
company of Dr. John F. ("Jafsle") with whom Hauptmann had frolicked In say,
Condon, to whom the note writers had the days ,shortly after the crime, when Denies Writing Nates.
agreed upon as liaison, to dark St. his; wife was traveling In Europe, testified Confronted with the ransom notes or
"-Raymond's cemetery In the Bronx. that at that time Bruno favored the witness stand, the suspect examined :-
I e With-him he brought $70,000 in bills of with a limp a leg whose lameness he them closely for nine minutes YOUR! TOWN

;; the denominations specified In the ascribed to varicose veins.: Handing 'them back;::, he said: "I never ...,..,.. ,, =,. ,..-::..
-. notes. The suspect, It was claimed by the wrote them or had anything to do with =
j .,' While the flier sat in the parked car, authorities, had quit working immedi- them. I never saw them before in mj
.j j Doctor Condon; bearing $!jOooo, ately after the time the ransom was life." STORES .
1 I wrapped to specifications, approached paid and had not looked;: for work There were other reasons for the .'. '

]1 the graveyard wall, found no one, start- since, yet maintained a stock ,market state to believe that Hauptmann hac ,,.,....,, ., ,,,.n 1 :,. '
1! ed back. Lindbergh watched and Us- account whose activity had totaled written the ransom notes. There were
j tened breathlessly. Doctor Condon some $201,000.: He held two mort the same misspellings throughout thai
; had almost reached the automobile on gages totaling $7,000. lIe bad made were common In the suspect's writing
(.. his return when from behind the wall loans of 7500. And In the market, There were the same little twists of lim community includes the
came an unmistakable cry:" "!fey, Doctor although he claimed gains, he had actually guage that were common In the Gcr OUR
t !I" He stopped and turned. Again lost $$7,000. ; man's speech. And, as had been farm homes surrounding
it came. "Hey, Doctor!" Doctor Con- Convinced that there was more evidence brought out before, the paper of th r
don retraced his steps to the wall, than had been uncovered there, notes was exactly the same as notd the town. The town stores are

handed over the money, and was prom the police returned to his home, where paper found In the second exploration there for the accommodation andto
I. ised that the baby would be restoredat boys of the neighborhood 'had been of the Ilauptmann home.
a designated spot within eight hours tearing tar paper from the roof of the Meanwhile, should the case against serve the people of our farm
In the Bronx county courthouse garage in wholesale lots and retailing Hauptmnun in New Jersey fall through,
Thursday, September 27; Ilauptmann, It to curiosity-seekers: for twenty-five the alien will have ,to return to the homes.The merchants who adver-
sometimes called Bruno, sometimes I cents a small piece. The garage they Bronx to answer to the extortion in .merchants who
,.>< Richard, went through his paces for completely razed, finding $8-10 more of dlctment placed' against him there.New tise "specials" are
-S:;-. .'.. i ten minutes before a group of deteclives. .the ransom. money_ and a keg of nails York officials are confident that are sure they can meet all com
'>t' -,' He stood up" sat down, walked Identical to nails of a peculiar. 'pe with this charge. which they are sure
,''''' '-; '.'; across the room, talked softly, talked;: that had been used in the kidnaper's. that they can prove, and In addition, petition in.both quality and prices.
\r:, )_ loudly; lIe was asked to cry "Hey, ladder. chargesof' gold hoarding and 'minor
\ Doctor I" in a loud voice.. Unknown to Inside the house the Investigatorsfound counts, they can put him safely In
-Hauptmann, one of ,the '"detectives'was a loose- board above a closet prison for the rest of his life.
Colonel Lindbergh, disguised bj door, On It what appeared at first !:), Western: Newspaper Union.




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'I I-.' An Army: p't Goodwill' courts where other violations are-
'SCHOOL NEWS tried, according to a statement made
: 1934 Red Cross Poster When members of the Junior Red by Game Warden S. P. Cooper to a

Cross learned that schoolbooks had representative of the Democrat this,
Our Armistice Day program is be-I Invites Your Membership been destroyed In the Kentucky floods week.
ing given in chapel exercises today. last August they gave $100 from tho These stamps have been on hand
Dr. D. J. Williams, new minister of National Children's Fund to buy new for several weeks' at the local post-
the Community Church will lead the I textbooks for use in the schools. Tho office and for the sum of one dollar .,-
devotional service, and J. E. Beards- maximum membership for the Junior in cash Yoder ,
.. Postmaster S. J. -
local Am-I ..Cu.r,,.:. ::;.+,i..,, d:{,.p';. Red Cross last year was 7,350,280, an
of the
ley, past commander 1y.Y.J..f'l.it will gladly sell you one of the
erican' Legion Post will give an increase over the previous year of stamps that may keep you from hav-
Armistice Day talk. There) will be II more than 250,000. They carry on civic ing to say "good morning" to a federal -
and service in their
programs own,
also some special' music by the male judge..
I :.... .: /'i: Y ii' YS'fSY'f: M2 } } / 'Y LAIC I'vq/ communities which each year bring
quartet of the Community Church.I' comfort and pleasure to thousands of Mr. Cooper asks the cooperationof
of the words to some of the
Copies needy and unfortunate people. An in- every hunter and every citizenof
most popular war-time songs are be- ternational friendship is built up the county in the enforcementof
ing typed for the students to use, through correspondence with Junior this new law. The law applies
and after the quartet sings the verse I Red Cross'members' in foreign coun only to migratory birds and. not 'to
the school will join in the chorus. tries. game native to the state.
Our basketball goals are being puts I To Teach Water SafetyLife

up this week, and we will soon be saving' services offering train- Subscribe to the News

in shape for some real games. Lights' a 'Yjz ><. ing in' first aid methods for swimmers
will be installed. Our basketball ma- rtpfi have been carried on'by the Red Cross

terial is excellent and we expect a for two decades. In 20 years, life saving
winning team this season. Mr. Stan- ;w!A.. i certificates have been awarded to more
ley, who will coach us, should be a iI than a half million people who are interested
very' successful coach. He has coached in water sports. Last year
I You Wreck 'Em
.. four high school teams. one of chapters issued 72,503 life saving cer
them being the Miami\ high school, tificates.
We Fix 'Em
which won the South Florida champ-
ionship. The Red Cross enrolled 3,802,384
members in last year's roll call. Join PAINTING BODY AND

in the 1934 roll call-Armistice Day to FENDER WORK I
> We! are having diamond-ball practice
under ,the supervision of Mr. Thanksgiving. TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY
--- -
:. Herring regularly, after school each I

day. Jim Beardsley, Bill Cowart and } duck HHntnfY C s p s Done by An Expert I
George Bestor show great prospectsof I Courteous Service I i
developing into real players. We To Federal CourtMoore Work Guaranteed. \
lost some valuable players by gradu- .fi-:
',ation but will try to carry on the Prices Reasonable.PIONEER \ 1,
Haven Democrat)
'wonderful record made by the teamof (
'33-34. Duck hunters this year who have
.. not purchased their government I I

stamp to be 'affixed to their hunting Service StationBELLE
The grass on the playground has ,.
w irYr,, $: y'. license, if caught by 'the game warden GLADE PHONE 10
.y' :
been cut, thanks: to the city, and our y
will be tried for the violation
.> athletic' department is beginning to ; ynL''.'.:,' .,a'h,2 4 err, ,, the federal migratory bird law in Wrecker Service at AH Hours
rate gain. Some of the High Schoolboys '
federal courts instead of in state
supervise the playground while .
the elementary grades are playing so
that our little fellows will be I

letic stars in the years to com 3.tll-1
faculty is still running the I Mothers}, :Have Found Way .

.school physical education', but there
.is some talk of an athletic associa- To Keep Family's Colds

Hon among the students. Knight and George Stanley. es which will add to the appearanceof .

---- Games planned for our diamond the arena and make it much more Under Better Control
ball team include one tonight, No-
: The tennis tournament will end comfortable on chilly evenings dur-
: tomorrow, and at this writing it appears vember 9th, with the U. S. Sugar ing the winter. --
.. that Bill Corporation team and a return game Millions of mothers are helping each nostril. Timely use of Va-tro-
Cowart has the tour- \with LaBelle at LaBelle on Novem- Manager Golden believes l that the their families to greater freedom nol helps to prevent-many colds-
.nament championship In his grasp wall around the arena, which will from colds-fewer colds, shorter and to throw off colds in their early
.with no danger of losing it. He is ber 14th. I ve built of ten-foot boards placed up- colds, milder colds-by following stages. (Va-tro-nol now comes in
i in Vicks Plan for Better Control of two generous sizes, 30c and 50c.)
; top place and seems well able to will for itself
Students right, pay by forcing Colds. To End a Cold Sooner-If a ccid
: There will bea
hold his own there.' The championship many who have been climbing in The helpfulness of Vicks Plan in has already developed, apply Vicks
match will be played Saturday, paper, The Tattler, issued at under the seats when the outer reducing the number, duration and 'VapoRub on throat and chest. It
!November: 10th. school Every Thursday, giving the dangers of colds has been proved in fights a cold direct-two ways at
latest personal lowdown on all the lights were turned off, to pay admission thousands of clinical tests supervisedby once. The combined effect of Vapo-
-- to see the fights. The wall practicing physicians-as well as Rub's double direct action:-by stim-
students. It will be printed every in in millions of homes. ulation and inhalation-loosens
will keep out also unwelcome every day use
Last week, our school news -was week at dear old C. H. S. at 2 cents many The Plan provides proper care- phlegm-soothes irritated membranes
late and did not appear in the News. I per copy. For subscription rates see winter breezes.., and proper medication-for different -eases difficult breathing-
The Senior party, was omitted, and Mr.. Stanley as the publishers names Jiminie Cox, who was knocked out types and stages of colds. helps break congestion. Sure" relief
To Help Avoid Many Colds-At the and with safety. No "dosing. ?
we,are including it this week. It was are not mentioned for their health's by Lindsey Mathis\ : here two weeks first sneeze or nasal irritation, apply i Full details and proof of the effectiveness --
held the night of the 26th and wasa sake. ago after carrying the fight all the the unique aid in preventing colds- of Vicks Plan come in each
great success. We played a few I I way. had challenged :Mathis for tonight Vicks Va-tro-nol.Just a few drops up Vicks package.

games and danced, but because of j and the challenge was accepted. --
limited time we didn't have proms!Work on Arena However Cox wired later asking .
and a scavenger hunt, as was plan- I a week's postponement of the fight
ned. Those present were:' Misses Delays Fight Card and will meet Mathis here next Fri-

Lily Wynn, Emma Bethea, Evelyn day night. Other good bouts are be-

Hare. Pearl Brantley, Margaret Gary, ing arranged and the card is expected -
Annie :Mathis, Louise Bussey, Mae (Moore Haven Democrat) to draw a large crowd. CHECK UP '

Drew and Vilma Rhodes; Messrs. Work was started yesterday by

George Bestor, Roy Green, Bill Cow- Manager R. L. Golden walling in the

art, Merrel\ Lowe, James Weaver, Co-', fight arena, putting In a new floorto and what need ,
burn Moore. Joe Johnson, Harry the ring and making other chang- IS YOUR SUBSCiUPTION PAID? see you

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