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: February 1, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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i 7 ;I: MI-114 THE CLE' !STON NEWS MI-1l4

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; President's New Location


The birthday greeting to Presi- C. E. Lear, "Clewiston's depend-:

J"4 ;,,. FILE REPORT dent Roosevelt, presented through KIWANIS CLUBFive able tailor," is moving into the ON LAKE TUESDAY
means of the Western Union Telegraph building recently completed by Jack

I company Wednesday, included -
Roan, across the highway from the ---
J.'i 87 signatures from Clewiston.As Clewiston pupils who represented Ice Storage House of the Florida LOST: Somewhere on Lake Okee

J' Joe S. Earman' state intangible each, of the signers gave twen- the school in the recent Tri- Power and Light, Company.. chobee Tuesday night, one drag-line.

tax inspector will be in Hendry ty-five cents into the birthday fund, County speaking contest at LaBelle, Mr. Lear is a well-known repre- Finder please return to Pat O'Brien,

s ,,_. county next Friday, February 8, at the amount credited through this gave their contest numbers as the sentative of several, tailoring con- ,States Equipment Company, Jack-
.1 o'clock at the tax assessor's office source to Clewiston was $21.75.', Fa- sonville, Florida. .
Club Wednesday -
of the Kiwanis
program cerns, and will in 'his, new quarters
in. LaBelle, for the purpose of cilities of the, Western Union 'were .
1 ; evening at the regular meet- have ample room for display of sam' Page Mr. Ripley. Again in the his
: the citizens of- the county to at the disposal of the
aiding placed gratis,- '
ing held at .Watanabe Hotel. pies tory of construction of the levee on
/ file proper intangible tax 'returns birthday ball committee, and the en-
The pupils were introduced by Mr.:and Mrs. Lear who Lake Okeechobee, a real "believeitornot" -
have been
as required by law. Mr. Earman willi1' tire proceeds from the messages will .
Grover C. Poole, who is in charge of in the Fanclsco :happening has occurred, fora
'"j i ., answer any question about, the Intangible be turned into the' general fund for Apartments, '
Kiwanis William Cowart Link Belt dragline with a fifty
programs. will reside in
an apartment 'at the
law and to the
tax explain the benefit of sufferers from infan-
.1 gave; Mark Anthony's speech; Carl- new location.Flying foot boom disappeared as it 'was being
local tax assessor changes in the enforcement tile paralysis. .'
J ton Prevatt gave a delightful leading towed across the lake by a tow ;
""'! ;' ,' ,1 system. from Miss Minerva. and William belonging ,to' the States Equipment "

i ,; ,. Intangible tax return must be filed Mid-Term Exams Green Hill, Roberta Spicer gave A Circus Here company. "

ii: with the county tax assessor before Tom Boy; Sue Von Mach a clever Scott Holloway, employee of the

ii:.:, : <' April first, the statutory penI Terminate Today reading, The Man in the Moon. Lawrence All Day SundayThe States Equipment Company, left the .

arty for not complying' with the pro- ; Guthrie gave Slap' Him on the lake shore at Chosen Road Tuesday ",

I visions, of the law provides 6 months Shoulder, and by special request afternoon in a tug boat towing two 1

: in jail or $500.00 fine or both. Mid-Term examinations have been sang, "Little Man, You've Had 'a Blue Eagle flying circus, barges, each containing a dragline. .2'
. the
:' The state system has been remodeled underway at Clewiston'scho'ol Busy Day." with winter quarters, in Bradentonwill Sometime in the late afternoon the ,:;
this week and will be brought to
:; .. after that of the federal T. B. Shelley,. president, was in bring two planes to Clewiston rear barge somehow cut loose from
conclusion as the last of the tests
., government, which is cooperatingwith the chair during the meeting. I. ,M. Sunday and will, carry passengers the first barge. It drifted around ,y
i", ( state authorities by making are given today. during the day and feature their to ;
: The local school does ,not give Pafford, the newest Kiwanian attended until sighted and brought safely
1". '-, ':' available certain federal income tax the session 'after being' taken visit with a death-defying 1,000-foot shore with its dragline intact. .', :'1j
promotions at mid-year, 'but the -
examinations -
'| returns which permits the. stategovernment into jump without the"use of a parachuteat ',.,
: mark a definite end to membership, the week previous. Holloway, who was alone in the
four o'clock in the, afternoon
f :' check the
to ccurately .
the work of the first .semester, and The Blue Eagle flyers have a record tug boat, had his hands full operating '
: : f intangible, property or delinquent or the boat in the water "
choppy ,
are important as an indication of of seven years of service with- "
:i,: careless: owners of this class of pro- '
} and did not notice the absence ot -
the progress, of the classes in their out an accident. They have modern
perty. Special Song Service the ..
work. planes, a Curtis-Challenger Robin rear barge.
,1, :Mr. Earman who is charged with He continued to battle the waves, ,4.,{
Chapel exercises this morning are and a Kenner Bird. one a cabin

| the enforcement' of this law by being presented by the fifth grade atCommunity plane and the other with open cOCK- a disagreeable task due to the prevailing -

; Comptroller J. DI.. Lee, .p'lans' to vis- and will include the following program pit. Both machines are powered with ; winds. and in the early ,.. ..'.;.
i' ., it every county in the state' to assist : ChurchSunday the most up-to-date radial air-cool morning hours arrived at Canal :- ;

\ in every way possible in making Bible reading and prayer, led by engines.. Point to tie up, when to his dismay -'

| <,; '' the tax laws properly under- Caroline McDonald. February 3, 1935: Special hourly rates are available, he found both barges and both

2," : :; stood and complied with by Florida Reading-W; Mama Was a 7:30 P. M. only fifty cents being charged,-for draglines missing. Subsequent investigation '

i'i', ', residents and property owners. Girl, by Gloria Hendry. rides between ten o'clock and noon, revealed that one of the j'
James Beardsley, conductor, barges with its machine had been ,
'f' "' Reading-Swinging in the Grape- seventy-five cents from noon until
< vine Swing (Samuel Minturn Peck), Marion 'Leydig, pianist. two o'clock and: ?1.00 for the remainder brought to shore, but continuous '

; : ,-'; < Florida Fair OpensOfficially by Edna; Teeter. of the afternoon. At four search has failed to locate the other : :'i:
: Play-Little Bluebeard, by Eliza- Program:, o'clock their parachute jumper will dragline or barge. > :' A.

: :: Tuesday beth Winn and Charles Turner. Prelude.--choir.Invocation 'Jiop a thousand feet without usinga ;It seems impossible that as large ':_:i

Iy- : <;- Reading-Little Orphant Annie and Lord's Prayer. parachute. and bulky a machine as .a. 50-foot ',

': Tampa, Fla., January 25, (FNS) '(James Whitcomb Riley) ,by Runelle Hymn-choir and congregation dragline could disappear completes ..;J

', J, j ..-The 1935 Florida Fair opened oft McGehee. ly, and the only explanation that +,
-- -". ficially :Tuesday morning presenting Reading-Girls, by Hager Lowe. Anthem: Sing, Unto the Lord Assessor Here to seems feasible is that the barge wag '"

:::/4 the most complete and comprehensive At the conclusion of ,the chapel ,-the choir.Responsive Receive '34 ReturnsTax caught by the choppy waves or wash '.:
.,- Reading. the and tipped sufficiently .
from tug,
1 exhibit of Florida's Agricultural exercises today, Professor Stanley
< Duet: List to the Voice- its became topheavy and '1
,,' Horticultural and Industrial resources will distribute a nifty white sailor that load \
....', ever assembled. cap to all school boys. These caps Messrs. Wright. and Smith. Assessor Hurd L. Reeves is fell on its side, sinking the barge ,'.

, t', .', Never in the history of the fair are the gift of the South-West florida Violin Solo: Angel's Serenade in Clewiston at the City Hall todayto and cutting it loose from Its tug :

lJ1; : ."...... have the Fair Grounds as a whole Fair and Rodeo and are for advertising -Lawson Jones. assist residents of'Clewis ton and and is now reposing on its side .
Anthem: Behind the Shadowsthe somewhere in the rather shallow ,
The, fair is in the
purposes. an vicinity making
1 r ;. presented such an Inviting and impressive proper returns '
't.. -: appearance. All of the new annual event at Fort Myers and will choir. of their property for the tax waters of Lake Okeechobee. J

exhibition buildings have been completed be held on February 12th and 16th Solo: The Sparrow-Mr. Yen- assessment roll. The search for the machine: t is ':;:

'J ,: and are painted in a variety this year. awine. Each year, as required by' law, the hampered somewhat by the fact that ,

,;." : of. colors, giving the grounds somewhat Violin Solo: selectedMr.Jones. ...... taxxssessorvisits: each community the location of its disappearance is ,,';:.
'I 7 the same aspect as the Century in": his' county in order that his advise tkn rwn-within several miles :,
Government Officials Solo The Ninety and Nine- : -had------:1::
.. : maybe tQ' that
and Assistance
: of Progress in Chicago. J conveniently 'The draglines are .
The Florida Exhibit brought here Inspect Levee ProjectsColonel Mr. Waring. within ,she reach of everyone. been leased by the government use -

**-';..1 .- Intact from Chicago is probably the Anthem: Outside the Gate- in division,, two, domjj some

.5: outstanding exhibit, of this year's the choir. atory work ahead of the .prepar'I'I

,_N',',,' Fair. An entire building is devoted Earl W. Brown division Hymn-choir ,. and. congrega-.. -' Dredge BurnedA General. They had not been :

; ,'. to it and the exhibit was set up un- engineer of the, Norfolk division, tion. f for three months and the States ,'i

,... .' der the direction of Manager Earl Lieutenant Colonel B. C. Dunn, district Benediction. ,, small clam-shell dredge owned Equipment Company, from whom '

.- Brown who" achieved such success engineer of Jacksonville, Lieutenant Postlude. by the Des Roches Towing Company the government had leased them, ,::..l,

r at Chicago. "We are going to steal : Feringer and Carawan Nelson .-' of Miami, and being used on the left them stored near the Chosen ;

;>'. the show here," he said, "just as i also of the Jacksonville officeof The public is urged to be Lake Okeechobeeproject by the road. As the levee work approached ',

t, : ., we did there.", U. S. Engineers are in Clewistonfor present, and to enjoy'this fine Arundel Corporation, was burned their location, they were being mowed '0,
service. the lake to the St. Lucie
: While the grandstand and hippodrome an inspection trip over the Lake Wednesday night by fire of an un- across ; :
- j program provides a two hour Okeechobee levee project.The determined origin. J canal where, the company had plan-

r' show, the admission price for afterJe. visiting '''officials made the No one was injured in the acCi- ned to leave them stored until they "-.0//

..". "" noon performances on all days ex-', trip to Clewiston on the governme'ntyacht Boy Scouts HoldImmokalee dent, which destroyed all except the were assigned to another job.

:<, .': .>:.: cepting Auto Race-and Gasparilla! Ribault, which is tied up in frame-work of the dredge. The, ma-
':' the Industrial canal near the Clew- chine was not equipment of stand-
f; day has been cut in half and fair Outing Phi Beta Kappa Enters
.. : ,'; visitors may secure a grandstand iston Inn. The Ribault is attached ard make, but was rigged up on a

: .. .. seat for 25c. For the night shows to the Jacksonville office and is in barge to serve the purpose of a State WomansCollege
. ,J' almost constant use as a means of small dredge for minor work aheadof
however win-
the usual price of 50c will Richmond Dean, Fort Myers
, transportation to the water
; apply, as this includes not only the ter resident and civic leader, was the General. Jan.
a g projects under the supervision of the Tallahassee 30.-Dr. Benja-
full hippodrome program but also elected president of the Royal Palm
Jacksonville office. This is the first min A. Bourne of Clewiston, ,member
'. ; the fireworks which this :year are Council of the Boy Scouts at a con- Dist. Office of Federal
," visit of the yacht to Clewiston. of Phi Beta Kappa, will be Issuedan
:3 c a reproduction of the great fire- clave Sunday at Immokalee where

,I ., works display used at the Century of 125 scouts and officials were the Housing in MiamiResidents Invitation to the installation of

\ S Progress In Chicago. Because of the Teachers' Exams in guests of Sam Thompson at a barbecue -' Florida Alpha Chapter of this his

I ,x reduction in price of grand stand I at, his ra'nch.D toric honorary at Florida State Col-
LaBelle Next ,WeekThe 'of Hendry county may lege for Women March 4-5, Dr. Harold
and In view of the fact that n Beard, national scout com-
receive information concerningthe F. Richards, president of the,
I. ; the program is handled on a percentage missioner, was the star attractionat
,', federal housing administrationfrom Phi Beta Kappa Association ,of Tallahassee -
basis with the features, all passes the gathering and presented the
regular state teachers' exam- its branch office in :Miami, announced this, week.
to the grandstand have been national silver beaver award to W.
inations ,will be held in the office of r the forthcoming installation
to Inasmuch
,eliminated this year. One would nev-, A. Neal of Arcadia. The' award is which was established recently as
er suspect that Florida had experi-I the county superintendent in La- given to men for outstanding serviceto better serve a territory of eighteen of Florida State College
Belle next ,week for three days, on the entrance of Phi Beta
South Florida counties, including marks
,, .':': enced anything but fine weather to boys in their community. Only
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. expected'that
It is
: view the marvelous 'exhibits of the three others in the Royal Palm Hendry. I Kappa
c : various counties, fruit and vegetables Applicants are requested to noti- council, Mr. Dean Ernest L. Prior Field agents are to be assigned to members of the honorary from
fy the office in advance if intendingto ization work it is understood. all parts of the state will be pres-
.Y are' there in abundance with and G. C. :Persons share the honor ,
take the examinations. Both
e "tender reg- Counties in the district are Hend- ent.
plenty of tropical plants and with Mr. Neal.
s o'f
ular and ,special certificates be
may national importance,
" S-'4' ,;: flowers in evidence. Considerable imf Other trophies presented includethe the area to encourage home Speakers of
.:' applied for at this examination.
,, ", .-. *:"'<".,: provement is shown this year in the Andel swimming cup which was ry, Glades, Manatee. Hardee mOdern---1 Including Dr. Theodore H.. Jack,

,-, ,, ,: '-L;\; ',' midway which again Is provided by RODRIGUEZ LEAVING awarded Troop 5 of Punta Gorda by cie, Highlands, Martin president of. Randolph-Macon Colt
:'i.t ; : Charlotte, Lee, Okeechobee, lege Dr. Christian Guass, dean of
the Royal American Shows; a number Carl Andel, the donor. Scout Thomas I Soto
Jt..-* ':' of Kurtz eagle j Indian River, Palm Beach, Collier, Princeton University, Dr. David Rob-
.! ; > new riding devices are on Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez left was presented with an
'. ."J'i- ;: '. hand, while the shows are far superior Saturday for a visit of a few days scout badge by Blaine McGrath and Bioward Dade and Monroe. ertson, president of of Goucher Association College r

( _' to last year. with friends In Miami, before sail- the four winning patrols of the state and vice-president
; Dean
.., !: of American Universities,
':: Ing to Cuba where they will make camporee received plaques- bearing P.-T. A. Study ClassThe Virginia C. Gildersleeve, of Barnard,
:1,: I their home for several months.Mr. their names. Five scouts of the Im-
Negro Mill during
F- Injured at College will deliver addresses
mokalee decorated with
Rodriguez has been' boiling troop were ceremonies.
ii'_ second class Mr. Prior. Parent-Teachers Study. Class the two day Installation
:, S house foreman for the sugar company badges by leaders In Florida,
Jack Armstrong, colored employeeof here for three seasons, and ex- The feast which Mr. Thgmpson will meet next Wednesday afternoonat State

the XL S. Sugar corporation received pects to return to Clewiston after a prepared consisted of turkey:! 'quail 3:15 at the school building.. Dr. leading alumnae of Florida

\ a broken pelvis in an accident several months stay in Cuba. The I .nd a barbecued pig D Jenkins Williams will conductthe College for Women, and other prom

i i S at the boiling house Sunday after. Rodriguez' new address. l 13 Miranda( In addition to Mr. Dean the, fol study course Parente and others Jnent Florldal&ns will bt others ret

i '-: nnn, wi r hn Ian ftii\1.h.to. (a conveyor, Orcnti, Clttl; 1 (Ot\W\\t(}l (W.\ PftPO\\ 5)) Interested are invited t to {Atti'Li' \


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resentative Blanton of Texas to reduce money. His long and somewhat ram- ARTISTIC MERIT 1 of the $50 slugs of 1851 Issued bj

EVENTS the $264,043 for the home loan bank' bling story was bitterly assailed In Augustus Humbert In California

CURRENT board and of Representative Taber, cross examination by E. J. Reilly, chiefof IN GOLD COINS : Is eight-sided and easily dented ,because -

New York, to cut down the appropriation defense counsel, but seemingly the of its considerable weIght. You

for the federal communications great value of his evidence was not I hold it, as ;you should hold all rare .

PASS IN REVIEW commission were defeated. much shaken. Saint-Gaudens Given Credit. coins, gingerly, in thumb and finger +
Signs of gathering storms were seen, Handwriting experts Introduced by by the edge. '

however as Representative Rayburn, the prosecution _added to the drama for Fine Design.The By 1907 we were getting artistic;

Democrat, Texas, chairman of the when, they testified that In their opinion and that ;year the beautiful double-
', house committee Hanptmann was the author of all eagle of'Augustus Saint-Gaudens was
GERMANS WIN SAAR PLEBISCITE interstate commerce first gold coins Issued by the : -
EARHART SPANS- ,'declared;on the floor that he would not the ransom notes. Comparisons of the Infant United States, writes Gwendo-, minted along with new designs for_.-
AMELIA support a' bill to place production of notes and subsequent handwriting, admittedly line Keene In the Boston Transcript, the three other gold pieces. As first ". ,

PACIFIC OCEAN. oil under government control. Emergency [ Ha'uptmann's.were shown, ana came In 1795, from the Philadelphiamint struck, the Saint-Gaudens was In

legislation to sup'plant control observers conceded the state had pro- still our leading one. There quite high relief, because the face -

By EDWARD W. PICKARD measures invalidated by the recent decision duced strong evidence against the ac were eagle and halC.engtes-$10 and was distinctly concave. It has a full-

(), Western Newspaper Union. of the United States Supreme cused. $5. Double eagles are the highestthe length Liberty striding forward and:
court will undoubtedly he proposed, Detective Arthur Johnson of New has I an eagle In full flight, but, it "nearly
overwhelming: government ever gone, except -
GERMANY won and nn 'burn's declaration Is seen as York was on his way home from Eu- when celebrated the raised the roof," says MiVPOnd) Secretary -,' '
; held to de: we
the plebiscite
victory : an Indication that opposition may develop. rope bringing wishes of the inhabitants exposition a
termine FIsch to testify for the state because-It
: dore society, left off "In God
of the rich Saar basin s to the future piece. The ones minted until just
: : claimed In'tlis defense that We Trust hail Been
Hauptmann This on, since' ,
status -of that .terri now were from quarter-eagles to '
: ; apparently, has found a the ransom, money found In his pos- Civil war days when 'a clergyman '
i tory. The complete SWEDEN doubles, but we have minted dollars,
beat, the depression. King session was given to him by FIsch, a wrote to the secretary of the treasury -,
,vote'as announced by $3 and ,$4 (very rare). We started -
:' George In, his annual to busin""ess.associate In New Y"ork. FIsch calling his attention to the'fact'that .
l the commission was: ; message par- right with the head of Libertyand
for return to Ger- liament, reported that solution of the later returned to his home In Ger- an eagle. In the beginning she "recognition of'our dependence '
, of many, where he died. upon Almighty God has been overlooked -
problem unemployment near countrified
many 477,110, for an- appears was a rather looking lass, "
the budget Is balanced without on our currency. It came out
nexation to France new and the eagle was a bit scrawny, but
taxes having been Imposed or new. given t New Deal a slight first as "God Our Trust Saint-
2,124, and to. return to HAVING he soon swelled out to heraldic size
present status under loans floated, and the national debt by holding the petroleum and the lady took on more'poise.. Gaudens' coin had to flattened' out

League of Nations will be reduced this year. Only GO- control feature of the N1RA uncon- They changed very little in the next I after the first Issue because it didn't: ,

control 40,513. Their 000,000 kroner (about 515,000,000) has stitutional, the Supreme court moved 100 years. stack up ,well. but the design has '.. '.

margin of victory ex- been asked for 'unemployment relief, rapidly toward' a It was the days of the Fortyninersthat been used ever since,. with "In .God. :

--''-- ceeded the hopes of as compared to 160,000,000 kroner last Judgment, as to the brought In the novelties. Tiringof We Trust" put back almost Immedi-" .

Geoffrey' Knox even tits :- m'osf optimistic year. legality of the abrogation gold dust exchange, individuals in ately. We are ,the only large nation "

Nazi leaders. of gold pay- San Francisco, Denver, Salt Lake today that uses any religious reference "

Opposition forces, terrorized by fear IIPROVE'D conditions among corn, ments. Several cases City and, other centers, melted,up the 'on its coins but in early times ,, ,

of reprisals, Immediately prepared to are Indicated by a federal challenging this act gold,dust, with enough alloy to keepit the French, used Blessed; be the-

leave the Saar as soon as departureof report which shows a gain of were lumped and oral together and put out gold coins. name of the Lord" (In Latin) and'* : '
later in French "God
'foreIgn troops removes assurance of $82.989,592, or more than 30 cents a arguments were Some of these were very fine copiesof Protect France.

protection. It has been estimated that bushel for each borrower, has been heard. This being a the government Issues, distinguishable -

more than 400 Jews left their homes realized by farmers in 10 states who matter of vast Importance only by the name ofthe : Oh, Waiter: _

within the first two days after the elec- availed themselves of the government Involving issuer, so_ small that sometimes it Customer-"Will' the spaghetti t

tion, some of them preparing to locate 45-cent corn' loans. Only slightly more _.... $100,000,000,000, Attorney fitted .In Liberty's ,coronet, Others ordered be long( ?" Waitress-"We '."
} in Luxembourg, and others leaving, for: than $500,000 of the $120,49_,259 remains -i Gen- General Homer were frankly original, such as one, never measure it, sir." ,'' ';':-

P, estine.IIte unpaid. About 18,000,000 bushels Attorney S. CummIngs himself ..1,' "
; council still, has the ,final ,decision are under seal under the new 55-cent Cummings appeared to presentthe

( on how the Saar shall be gov- price, report states. case for the government. Mr.

erned, and If the minority Is larger Cummings is an excellent lawyer, but .<
than 40 per cent, It may yet 'divide SENATOR HUEY P. LONG, after not much can be said In praise of the THESE PRC'fURES SHOW -

the Saar, returning only, those districts: the administration on the legal abilities of most of the men whom '

which went overwhelmingly proNazito floor of the senate, betook himself to the exigencies, of politics have shoved Modern Three-Minute Way to > ;\ .. ,

the reich, and 'permitting the pthers the radio and continued the assault into his office In Washington. So prob- ,

to remain, as now, under the league. He declared the Roosevelt, policieswere ably he was wise handle this matter Ease Sore Throat : ': .
"There were few disturbances at the hopeless, and summoned all the himself.

polls as voting proceeded quietly., Rioting people to flock to his banner: and help Cummings defended the constitutional -
L Ease Pain Rawness SorenessAlmost :
however, broke out while ballot wipe' out all fortunes above three or authority "of the President and ,

boxes containing the votes were being four millions, "making every man a congress to adopt the' present monetary -4' InstantlyHere's ; -

brought by soldiers of the League of king." I policy as inherently the right of ,
Meantime the revolt against the a safe, modern and effective .
Nations international army to Wart- the government to preserve Itself. i -
: kingfish in Louisiana was growing. -r "' way to relieve, sore throat. A way
burg palace to be counted. In an argument distinguished for
Love of the fatherland won over Citizens by the hundreds were joining : oratorical display as well as for its that eases the pain rawness, and

antipathy to Hitler principles in in the Square Deal association which Is legal aspects, Cummings said an ad- irritation in as' little as two or .three .

fluencing the voters. The SaarlandersIn pledged to march on the capitol In verse decision by the court would: 'minutes. Many doctors advise it'andmillions

voting to return to ,reich rule exchange Baton Rouge unless the legislature repeals 1. Increase the public and private 1 I. Tablets Crush and a stir third 3 BAYER glass of Aspirin water. arefollowingthisway.Tryit.- .
their personal l and political certain of Hney's dictatoriallaws. debt of the nation by $69,000,000,000. Ail you do is crush and stir 3-'

liberties for the regimentation a: 2. Create a special class that wouldbe 1 BAYER Aspirin Tablets in 'H glass

dictatorship with Its curb on the press beyond the' pale of the general] t of water and gargle with it twiceas -

free speech and Individualism.. SLIM, tousle-headed Amelia Earhart financial structure, a class composedof pictured here.. (If.you haveigns.of ; -
The plebiscite was conducted under holder of a dozen air rec- those holding bonds demanding payment
a cold, take BAYER Aspirin and.
the direction of Geoffrey Knox, appointed ords, has added to her laurels, by making in gold. ,
drink plenty of water.)
president by. the League of Na- the dangerous wes{ to east Pacific 3. Reduce the balance In the United

tions to administer the affairs of the hop. Thousands States treasury $2,500.000,000.: Get real BAYER Aspirin Tabletsfor -

turbulent region while the vote was cheered the Intrepid 4. Add $17.000,000,000 to the public this purpose. They disintegrate-
being taken. flier as she brought' debt and Increase the Interest 2 Gar de Thoroughly-throw your quickly and- completely, making a.

Repercussions of events which will her big, plane to a, charge on this debt alone by $2,500-, trickle. sway down your back throat., allowing Do;this a little twice.to gargle without irritating particles. .r

Immediately follow the Saar vote are swift stop at Oakland 000,000 a year. Do not rinse mouth. BAYER Aspirin prices have been ..

awaited with uneasiness In world cap after the 2,400 miles The latter sum alone, Cummings decisively reduced, so there's ,no-:

itals. A spoesntanfor the Italian flight from Honolulu.She said, is equal .to twice the value of the a point now in accepting other than

( government expressed, !hope that trans- was, the first person 1934 wheat and cotton crop.
M tty the real article want. ,
-::- :' ., fer of the territory, to Germany; would( y to 'make the trip The attorney general I referred to the -M, Bayer you <

-.. "' take place immediately. Fears were 4 alone. troubled state of the country In the

z-, T also expressed that exuberance over, Miss Putnam admitted spring of 1933 and added : "I contend NOW

\ ;&:_. the victorious, vote would lend Nazi A weariness after and shall show ,that the congress and

supporters excesses elsewhere. Signsof she flew her mud-spat- the President of the United States act- '

a renewal of Nazi activity in Aus- Amelia Putnam tered shIp to Los An- ed reasonably In period of very great 15 .

tria are beIng watched closely by gles, home of her mother. Unfavorable difficulties and that their acts were not

Italy. ," weather prevented her from continuingto the product of caprice." 3 If you have a cold, take 2 BAYER
Aspirin Tablets. Drink full class
Washington as she had originally: From the questions asked by the water. Repeat if necessary, following PRICES on Genuine Bayer Asplrllt"Radical1i
of life of the planned.The directions in package. Reduced, on All Size ...
EXTENSION Reconstruction justices, observers gained the Impres- "
i Finance corporation for solo flight from Honolulu thrilled sion that there was a sharp divisionof -

I two years will be asked Informed even hard-riding airmen. Miss Ear- opinion among them. How; Calotabs Help Nature

I congressmen assert. The RFC's authority hart, however, took It calmly. Her

!' uary 31.to It make Is: rumored loans expires'o that the Jan-extension record latest accomplishment to her already amazing adds another list of TIIOSE! Democrats and otherwise and Republicans, who are, To Throw Off a Bad Cold.

will Include a proviso permit- "firsts" 'which include:
I' i banded together as the American LIb-
ting the President to put the organization First woman to fly the Atlantic. erty league are now really getting Into Millions have found in Calotabs a Second, Calotabs are diuretic to the:
First solo the most valuable aid in the treatmentof kidneys, promoting the elimination
i out of business by proclaimingthe woman to fly across
Atlantic. action against what they deem the radical colds. They take one or two tab- of cold poisons from the blood. Thus.
ended at the conclusion
emergency features of the administration'sprogram lets the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of
I j of one year. First [person to fly the Atlantic twice. and third fifth if needed. '
their executive council or night a purgative and diuretic, both of
I The extension plan may also carry First woman to fly an autogyro. has put out a ten-point platform. It How do Calotabs help Nature which are needed in the treatment

1 a section doubling the length of time First personto cross the United declares the league's opposition to such throw off a cold? First, Calotabs are of colds.
1 for maturity of loans the RFC may States In an autogyro. ; one of the most thorough and dependable Calotabs are quite economical; Ij.}
practices as sweeping: delegations of of all intestinal eliminants, only twenty-five cents for the family ,
i make. The present limit Is five years.. First woman to receive the distin- f>....
legislative authority to the President thus cleansing the intestinal tract of package, ten cents for the trial
J i I It Is also said that the RFC may be. guished flying cross. lump sum appropriations to be doled the germ-laden mucus and toxines. package. (Adv.)

'I permitted to extend Instead of renew First woman to receive the National out by the White House, socialization

.! existing loans providing value of security Geographic society's gold, medal. of Industry and regimentation of American -
Is unchanged. First woman to make a transcontinental -

1 nonstop flight. In the first plank of Its platform the METROPOLITAN GRAND OPERA
1 NUMBER of Important Holder of women's transcontinental'speed
A Issues '
league pledged Itself to "preserve
j await the League of Nations as It record : 17:07:30.: American institutions which safeguardto
at Geneva Former holder of women's [International
convenes on Its fifteenth
citizens In all walks of life the
birthday. Five major speed record-1S1.1S h.
disputes will
right to liberty and pursuit of happiness" 1 1/ 1
come before the body of which the First woman license In the United'
and'at the same time "to combat
Sarr plebiscite, Involving as it does States: to carry passengers for hire In
the growth of bureaucracy: the spread
j the disposition of the future national cabin planes'' weighing- up to 7,700'pounds. of monopoly, the socialization of In-
allegiance of that rich .
i territory, holds 1 1
dustry, and the regimentation of Amer-
most immediate Interest.
ican life"Invasion
J Other decisions 'which await action TN THE highly dramatized trial of
of the law making and law
of the league Include: the dispute between Bruno Hauptmann for the kidnap-
Interpreting functions by New Deal ad- 1:45 P. i
I Iraq and Persia over alleged ing and murder of the Lindbergh baby 1 1 .
ministrators was rapped by the
border violations by the latter; the the state continued to weave a strongnet
league In promising "to uphold theAmerican
j border conflict between Italy and of circumstantial evidence around
principle that laws be made.
I. Ethiopia ; the Greek ccmplalpt that the defendant. Llndbert1;!. first Identified -
only by the direct representatives of
Greek minorities in Albania are being his voice as that of the man who
the people In the congress, and that
deprived of, their guaranteed rights ; received the ransom ; next was Aman-
the laws be Interpreted only by the
and the long, war In the Chaco Boreal dus Hochmuth, elghty-seven-year-old courts" .,....
between Bolivia and Paraguay. The man who told of seeing Hauptraann
in the t+ .....
10-polnt declara-
latter nation has been cool toward the driving a "dirty-green" car with a lad- points i -'

assembly's detailed peace plan, although der In It into the Lindbergh lane March tion of policy pledged the league to &j&"S'L -' ::-xic-r--'J: .f:

;1 it has been accepted by Bolivia. 1, 1932, the day of the kidnaping. Then fight for government economy., '

John Perrone, lironx taxi driver Identified -

'j, FIUST-legislation to be put through him as the man who paid him $1 M AIIY PICKFORD went before Protect your skin, as,well aa the tender skins of your children, by regular -
of representatives to deliver a ransom note to "Jafsie." Judge Ben Lindsey in Los An-
was cvcry-day use of a soap that does! more than cleanse. Containing
completed as the $779,916,000 Inde- "Jafsle," otherwise Dr. John 'Con geles and obtained a decree of divorce the soothing,healing Cuticura properties, Cuticura Soap safeguardsthe >

pendent offices appropriation bill was don, the aged Bronx educator who un- from Douglas Fairbanks; and thus t skin protecting it from redness, roughness and disfiguring irrita : .'
passed In virtually the same form as dertook the negotiations with the kId- came to an end the union of the "royal tions. Best for you and baby too.

recommended by the appropriations naper, next went on the stand and In couple" of movledom,who for ten years Price 25c.

committee. The amount for the securities his garrulous, :way Identified Bruno as were regarded 'as the model wedded Proprietors: Potter Drug & Chemical Corporation Maiden, Mass. -

and exchange commission was increased the man with whom he dealt and to pair so far as happiness and worldly Iw .
to '2000000.. Efforts of Rep whom he handed the $30,000 ransom success went.


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" I (Use what Doctors do)

Why do the bowels usually move

-1' By PETER B. KYNE regularly physician; and has thoroughly given you, long treatment aftera

} Copyright 'by Bell Syndicate WNU Servlca for constipation? .
',11 'W Because the doctor gives a liquid

( laxative that can always be taken in
SYNOPSIS time. Meanwhile, what are you goIngto Namara's pride In his own perspicacitywas office till I see If we have anything on the right amount. You can gradually

do with this girl? You can't keep almost Juvenile. "I figured Nance jou. I don't appear to have the honor reduce the dose. Reduced dosage is

-' Theodore Gatlin adopts a baby, "Pene- her here because that's dangerous unless would tell them to go to you. And I'll of your acquaintance, but we'll look the secret of real and safe relief from

:; tope," In an effort to solve his matrimonial you have her watched. And whomcan make another prophecy. They'll ad- the rogues' gallery over and compare constipation

'j 1 troubles. But his wife has you trust to watch her?" mit they are friends of hers and that. fingerprints. While there's life, there's Ask your doctor about this. Ask
.,; affairs end
never wanted her and their your druggist how popular liquid
: In the divorce court. Ten-year-old "How about Lanny? she sent them there. She's told them hope. laxatives have become. The right

: Penelope Is given Into the keeping' of "Lanny Is my office nurse and I can you're her friend and that you'll not I "You're all wet Chief," the driver liquid laxative gives the right kindof

', Mrs. Gatlin. At a baseball game a ball not get along without her. She's under turn them up to me. A wounded crookis of the car replied pertly. help, and the right amount of help.

._ strikes lin spirits Penelope the child on the to Curope;nose. Mrs.Gatlin Gat- suspicion now and we've got to always up against it, Doc, unless he "Perhaps-but not as wet as your When the dose is repeated, instead of

wills Penelope all his money, and Is kill that. She'll be watched, will she knows a crooked doctor. The hos- friends." And McNamara chuckled at more each time, you take less. Until

about to begin a search for her when not?" pitals and ninety-nine and ninetenthsof his little Joke. "You can't do forty an the bowels are moving regularly and
.j., S.. a. motor accident ends his life. Some thoroughly without any help at all.
"I suppose so. Even If I pass the the doctors will report to the police hour through the tide-rips off Alcatraz
The liquid laxative usedis
ten years later In San Francisco, Ste-
phen Burt, rising young psychiatrist, word to lay off her, I can never be when they receive a call from a pa- island without throwing some spray. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It

is presented by Dan McNamara, chief sure one of my men won't watch her tient suffering from knife or gunshot You got an open fireplace in your contains -senna and cascara, and

"1' of police, with a new patient-Nance Independently. On a case where It wounds. And in this case the radios house, Doctor?" these are natural laxatives that formno
.: Belden, a girl with a dual personality, have habit- even in children. Your
would be a big feather In his cap and broadcast the warning of two Stephen saw that McNamara
for which her "saddle nose" Is In
t" part druggist has it; ask fork -
lot of hundred and fifty dollars out for Nance
responsible. McNamara does not think mean a publicity to capture a pretending they had not previouslymet

yt she Is a criminal and obtains Burt's celebrated criminal, lots of dicks prefer too-standIng state reward for recap- "Yes, Chief. In the drawingroom.

test.I 9nY-ln court Lanny, the doctor's to work alone and In secret." turing an escaped convict. It's all set""I (! f efl
) office nurse, Is also won over. Nance'scrlmlnaj .
:c record outweighs Doctor "Then Lanny must not come to your "Come on, Doc. I'll go to your home want to warm these ,boys up and

Burt's explanation of her case and she house again. And yet, this girl must with you and pick these birds up." dry them out They did good work PEPSINEternal

Is sent to San Quentin penitentiary. be parked somewhere until her wound "No, you shall not I wouldn't turn this afternoon and they deserve good .SYRUP

Lanny visits her and Nance persuades heals. She's suffering from the shockof those two men over to you for ten treatment. Drop that wounded man
her to smuggle out a letter which a T
.., ; confederate of Nance steals. Nance escapes this emotional experience now ; thousand dollars. They're too-" long enough to dig up a couple of stiff

l' --.J. e although shot, and goes to Lan- she's lost considerable blood and suf- "Yes, they have guts. They can be Jolts of spiritus frumenti for my lads

- Jt. '.. ny's apartment. Lanny tells Chief Mc- fered some pain, and for five hours trusted on a particular Job I want to will you, ,Doc? I always ,warm a cold RoundNo _

'1 to Namara his ,apartment.who orders Details her to bring of Nance's Nance she's suffered from exposure. Her put through. Word of honor, Steve. man from the outside In' and from sooner do they get the athletet .
4 .
,. 'escape are made public. garments are soaking wet. I'll not pinch them.. I Just want to the inside out" .. off the gridiron than they begin put

"If she to tell those talk with them." "Thank both ting the coaches on the pan.
:, forgot men to you Chief,, .. men mut-
: brIng some dry clothing for her to A block from Stephen's home Dan tered. -

CHAPTER IV-Continued hop Into, once she got aboard the boat, McNamara got out of the doctor's car. The three retired" to the drawingroom

/1.' -10- my heart will just about break. That He had already received from Stephen and the chief tossed, one of the

1 .?..; : "Yeah !I" A throaty growl. "Got to, would be one flaw In a perfect job- Burt a description of the groundfloorplan men a box of matches.. "Fire up," he

1 ':< Doc. Got to protect society." Stephen and I can't stand flaws." of his house. And Stephen had commanded. '"Then draw yourself up (

" ;)' '" lookers puzzled, so the chief con lnued. And Dan McNamara strode Into the agreed to leave his latchkey under the to the blaze and drink the grog the TOPPNOSTRILS ED.UP ;

'.Ir i::'. "If I let that mat at the front door. doctor will Where's
. girl graduate from San room where Nance lay with her hand give you. your
:' .. :'" The chief watched Stephen put up ",
J' Quentin; she'll come out with a broader in Lanny's. "Why didn't you tell your pal hit?

" ,"".. : .;(. knowledge' of crime and trickery anda friend 'to bring you some dry clothes?" his car and enter his home. A light '"Top of the right shoulder, calf of daetocolaai.
- in the entrance hall
shining and
;: ., greater contempt for society than he demanded. was the left leg and biceps of the left
: this light Stephen, in accordance with
/ .:: : when she went in. The only kind of Nance smiled up at Lanny. "He arm." Use Mcnlhclalumio
the chief's instructions, switched off.
.: trimlnal I fear is the smart one : I canalways thinks I'm a nut, after all, Lanny. "So he's the chap that dragged help open the
In about five minutes the chief saw
'f. :" catch the boobs promptly, but Why, of course I wouldn't overlook Nance out of the, water, eh? He was nosirils and permit
. this light switched on and off twice. '
;':_ sometimes! It takes a. long time' to get that detail. I changed my clothes, butThe In the rear cockpit, but you were up freer breathingNEED -
That the doctor had received
;' :J.:':: :. acquainted. with the artistic genius of meant front driving,the boat There are forty

i. :'. a real craftsman. They're like writers another telephone message. Then the bullet holes in the rear of that boat" a
light was switched on and off ten
i:'" V .. Doc. They have a style all their' He sighed. "These machine guns cer-
times. That meant the would
: own and, you've got to learn their tainly spray' things. You didn't drop
arrive In about ten minutes, so Dan
style. And about the time you thinkyou've A your own machine gun overboard,
McNamara hid himself in the
learned it, you pick up some G 4 a. deep either. They're too valuable and hardto
shadow of tradesman's BUILDING-UP ?
a entrance at
bird that's guilty and he isn't the man get. A Thompson, I suppose. A
: the side of a house across the street, '
you thought he was He's Just stolen 4 Tommy gun and a Tommy man Vis- Mrs, T. E. Adams of

his master's stuff.. N'ancBclden:: Is a and waited.In iting brethren-from Chicago, I sup- ,ns V. 1205 No. Franklin St., PlantS
;' ten minutes almost to the second, ? >.. City, FJa, said: "I was In
too brilliant to turn loose on the pose. That's why we haven't met be- w,,' such a weakened state of
r a car, with drawn, curtains, drove up while 'health I could scarcely stand
world, Doc. She's a leader-a leader fore. Pardon me a minute I
to the house and two men got out. V on my feet I suffered from
of men. She'd make the balls, and her look for the Tommy gun In your car. '::1' x' loss of appetite, and I was as
-l The chief could see that one of them miserable could be -did
would fire And If want to die in a hurry
crew them and always be you "
not feel like lifting hand
had to have assistance the driver : my
'f'. > ?-". covered up." ItV just try beating It out the back way to do anything. But
,- ,r % 'z got out and helped the other man ,half while I'm Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery soon
He ruffled his gone.
pompadour. "Well, half the wounded had me feeling fine-my appetite returned, I
7" Doc, I've. gotten her from her drag, carry, man up' He returned In less than a minute gained in weight and strength and was able
away the steps. Stephen opened the door and to attend to my household duties without
gang. She's lost them and they've lost with the one-man machine gun In his feeling all worn-out." All druggists.
the three entered Mc
men ; Immediately
her. And they must never get her hands. "We've got Nance Belden
Namara the street and
ran across up "
back." where you dropped her, he announced,
the front behind them found the
steps ,
"Would like know who "so while you're lapping up that
you they latchkey under the mat, opened the Do lack PEP ?
tV you
t= V : are?" whisky, tell me all about It/
t door and stepped Inside. He could!
"Of course. I'm normally curious" "So Nance told you where to look Are you all in, tired and run down?
hear voices
: .,: Stephen's reception for us eh?" The man. who had han-
..r;''.',. "I can find out for you, said room, so he drew his pistol and "
: : dled the motor boat spoke with wither.
",. Stephen. stepped silently up to the entranceof 1II1MTERSMITIIS
ing contempt and hatred. InstantlyDan
':.V. "How?" Dan McNamara looked it.
McNamara cuffed him viciouslyon flJ
>; : doubtful. "Put 'em up, boys," he ordered the side of the head. TONIC
"Nance will tell He drew back his left lapel
:: me. cheerfully. "
he roared.
." "Apologize for Will rid you of
"- V "You're crazy, Doc.. You ,don't know and revealed his blue and gold shield. "You're so d-d crooked you think

;,';' the code. They die, I but they don't "No necessity to argue in the smoke. everybody else Is, too." MALARIaend

:: squeal There is honor in their dishonor This Isn't a hanging matter."
The man mumbled an apology. build you up.Used for 65 yean for Chills,
and In their weakness there Is He forced the two unwounded'men "No, Nance didn't tell me, you rat," Fever,Malaria l and _

] ', a strength that amazes me." to stand with their backs toward him McNamara went on, "and I didn't ask A General Tonic

"rihe wouldn't do It voluntarily, of while he ran his facile hands over her, because I knew she wouldn't tell. SOc and $1.00 At AH Druggists

course, but just now, in her weakened their persons and relieved each of a But I did think she'd tip you off to call

state, I'm sure I could hypnotize her. Chief Watched Stephen Put Up pistol He "broke" both guns and on this doctor. You dropped her at

"' ,-'" Get her to look fixedly Into a mirror His' Car. placed the cartridges In his pocket"I I
: ... the home of his office nurse ; put two Exception to RuleA
;: know like this: Once I beg your pardon, Doctor, for entering
ypu secure when we crossed the bay It was rough and two together and decided to In- soft answer may encourage the

control of her subconscious mind, she'll and there was a police boat on our your house unannounced, but vestigate-all by myself. And here we other fellow to go 'on bully ragging.PARKER'S .
answer' questions. And after I you left your front door unlatched andI "
my trail. He had to outrun themandyou are. Got any Idea why I came alone?
wake her up she'll have complete'amnesia couldn't resist I had ,a notion these "No."*
do miles hour
forty an through a
for the she will men might call upon you. Just a
rnitt. ; mile of! tide-rips and you'll all butdrown' "Because I wanted to save you from
. .r : ., : never know she peached on her pals. In the !1" hunch because the warden tipped us the consequences of the Job you pulled 1
spray I I
"Thank God for off to watch the home of your office off this afternoon. I'm in sympathy I
that, the chief mur-
nurse, Miss Lanning. So, while watching that and far I'm concerned
with as as
mured. proud of you and t.
the home of the servant I con- 3uth
Isn't back San
Belden to
<: friends Nance. I hope neither of ,them Nance utYOUf
: dcugg'strelund Y
that of the master
cluded to ,
And she Isn't back to
I going
VV V'V'V The chief smiled. "Of course ,1 was hit also. Sit down, boys. Never mind us, Quentin. WCheettultY t it Yu ate
either. Now the
," ;,..: '.,' V. know' that hypnotism Is being used by For the barest fraction of a second Doc. The man on the table needs all your gang with, me and I'll, play you play It with 1 I i'n y veaeb CreMulste"'
,. V'V. V';-*'... :. advanced psychiatrists and particularly Nance hesitated, then answered. "No of your attention. Fix him up nicely game ,
and I'll
Double-cross hang
V ': ,;" by Morton Prince and, William Mc-: they got through all right, but how and let him lie there until I come back you. hard me and and I got

,;t Dougall. I've read their books. The they did Is a mystery. The boat was lie can't run away and If he tries, something friends won't on be you heard, of you in pub
r ; V modern chief of Isn't modern riddled.. your
VVVV police don't you let him. You other men I
.VV 'V Doc If he Isn't Dan McNamara came back Into the ; lie for a long time. I
a pretty good lay come with me down to the centralAn TO BE CONTINUED. !
,y. psychologist and psychiatrist. I don't living room and on his heavy face was

';; ....L V know what a criminologist Is, but I the! faintest, most cryptic of grins. HAIR BALSAMRemoves

," V': V suppose he's a bIrd that studies the "I'm going to get one or both of Similarity Found by Anthropologist Dandru '-Stopl Hair Falling
{ criminal actions and tendencies of Nance's friends, Doc," he exulted. tiIkir ')1i Imparts Color and
Faded Hair
,' r Blood Rites of Chinese Mayas Beauty to Gray-and
: r "' ', criminals and tries to reduce crime "One of them was hit, and he'll have Among VVVl I, "60c and Jl Wire.00 at,Patohogoo prozKtoU.Chcm .,N:Y.

, :- to Its lowest common divisor. That's to have medical) attention. Not that I t FLORESTON: SHAMPOO-Ideal for uw In
SI'V, )L the bunk. The thing to do is to know want to land either one of them for Oriental origin of the ancient blood, soaked up by the sandstone at connection with Parker's HairBalaam.Makesthe

'i' V ;" ,; their minds and why they act like they this Job, but because I want to give Mayas and Aztecs, former partly civilized the time of sacrifice and apparently gists.hair soft Hiscox and fluffy Chemical 60 cents Works.by Pa mail:bogue.or at drug N.Y.

:.. : them the races of Central America, Is deduced burled for some superstitious or re-
'.,T, do ; If you can cure what makes them once-over. At that they I

I: ';'j::' .:. go, criminology becomes a dead scl- might be somebody we're looking for." by the Chinese anthropologist ligious reason. I

:..: ," enre. "Did Nance tell you one of them, Dr. Kiang Kang-hu, from similarities These American evidences Doctor Start the day feeling ., .

':}::tM'. "Yes, I know all about hypnotism had been hit?" between ancient Chinese blood rites Kiang compares with similar customs / -

.a.. ;<,k and I know something you'\e forgotii17 "No, but she hesitated half a second and the known Mayan and Aztec rites practiced 0,000 or more years ago FITandACTIVEU \

# ::;,, ten. Your power of suggestion on a when she told me neither of them had In which the blood of sacrificial victimswas among primitive tribes of China and Don'i lei a sluggish overcrowdedsystem ,

/1#' patient in the hypnotic state Isn't powerful been hit. She never hesitates ordi poured over' statues of the gods Central Asia, although it Is not certain INTERNALLY hold you WITH back.GAflFIELD CLEANSE i

.' '.:$: enough to make him steal or narily. Her co-ordination Is lightning and other sacred objects, according to that the ancient Orientals made i TEA.Gel rid of the wastes that,

..tt,,?\ commit murder If he's an honest man. fast-well, you get so, Doc, that you a recent communication to the Royal actual human sacrifices. I slowyon run-ug down and and keepyou Inactive.! (t sling I.

:;' i>: His acquired Instincts of morality, : know when they're lying. Go to the Society of Canada. Still other similarities to ancient' Usually worts within 8 to
10 hrs.MILD but romDUAldrogtons25c& ]
.';; which lie In his subconscious mind are telephone, call up your home and ask Both the Mayas and the Aztecs held Chinese and Mayan cultures are believed 10'1i

,. too strong for you. And the most powerful If you've had any telephone calls within religious sacrifices of war captives and to exist in the languages, in the

acquired Instinct In the mind ofr the past hour." other human beings In some of which interlocking series of two kinds of

a crook Is that he mustn't squeal Stephen obeyed and was Informedthat the bleeding heart was cut from the months of different lengths used In the FRE'

That's his Idea of Immortality You a man, who refused to 'leave his fitill living body of the victim and its famous Mayan calendar, In the Mayan

try It on Nance Belden and she'll tell uame, had called up three times and blood poured on the altar or scatteredon myths of man's creation out of mud

you almost anything but who her had left word he would call again ; the temple statues. In ancient and so on ; all of which suggests that

friends are, where they live and how that he bad seemed very anxious to Maya ruins there has been found disks the original' Mayas probably came from a

they make a living." know when the doctor would return. of porous sandstone showing what are ancient China in junks or other vessels I

"Well, we shall see-at another "I knew It-I knew It." Dan Mc- believed to be traces of such human 6,000 or more years ago.


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The Clewiston News plants. wrong. I The closing date for receipt of ap- 'BBBH.BBBBBBB.BBBBBBHBBBBBBr -

Well, we didn't count 'them, but Now I don't know where the Governor February 18, 1935.

the nine thousand doesn't seem to ever got the fool idea that a The salaries named are subject to DEEP ROCK WATER
Friday in Clewiston,,
every have been exaggerated a great deal. citrus grower ought to get paid for a deduction of not to exceed 5 per
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS,, They were firmly placed'around and his fruit; it's the craziest thing I cent during the fiscal year ending Five Gallons, 25c

Inc. over the largest plants, and 'would ever heard of, but still he seemsto June 30, 1935, as a measure of econ- J"

Keathley Bowden, Editor undoubtedly have' kept out much of think they ought to get some- omy, and also to a 'deduction of 3 Delivered in Clewiston Tuesdays; ant \

the cold. It would have taken a thing for their time, labor and in- 1-2 percent toward a retirement an- Fridays. Leave order at B & B store.

real freeze that reached down into vestment, and from what ho said at nuity. Your business .
Entered as second class mail matter the ground and killed the roots, to Winter Haven I take it he's just All states except Vermont, Virginia -

February 1, 1927, at the Post havo ruined plants so protected. about made up his mind to try and Maryland, and- the District of P. Barrow

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under They stayed on the plants two daysand make the business of raisin' oranges I Columbia have received less than I

the Act of March 3, 1897. nights, and since the little slots and grapefruit worth the effort their quota of appointments in the

let In 'some air, they could have stay- whether folks like it or not. apportioned departmental service in 4gggqlQiiEAAgImglQpOgqqqKqq'0itFUNERAL
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year.
AdvertisIng rates on application. ed on at least one more 24 hour per- When it comes to pickin' out Washington. D. C. Of the positions
iod without doing any damage.A tough jobs, the governor Is in a named,
only engineering draftsmanis .. ...:...................... .. .... ...........
Devoted to the advancement and good pipe, the smoking variety, class by himself and if he tackles affected by the state apportionment -;: :': : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : :-: : : : : :

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry that probably was a Christmas gift this citrus mess, he'll have one, and I I law. ';J:: EVERGLADES :ii i-:

County. to some golfer, was found this week no foolin'; Full information be obtained
may =:
near the club house. It has a new, Before he can figure out a way from the Secretary of the United |i :|;:
patented feature and is a dandy to sift a dollar down the long line States Civil Service Board of Examiners -

Ilauptman's story may not seem pipe; if it's yours, stop at the office and into the growers pocket he'll at the post office or custom- | HOME |

so ,strange after we read the account and describe it, and it will be glad- have to mess up many a pretty play- house in any city which has a post

of .,the male heart balm case, wherea ly returned to you. house and knock down a lot of more office of the first or the second h

telegram readIng "Thanks, Tum- The golf course, incidentally, is or less important ears. class, or from the United States Civil :y.i i:Licensed Funeral- Directors :>;:

blebug, lets sell birthday seashells In beautiful condition. Never: has it I. In the meantime, Mr. Wallace up Service Commission, Washington, '.:: and Embalmers l :&:
by the seashore. Love. Salami" Is been more attractive to players, in Washington seems to have gotten f

represented" to have constituted an from the practical and the esthetic I it into his head that a certain I D. C. :J:: Ambulance; Service ;':

invitation from the lady in; the case view-point. It is a credit to the town amount of whip crackin' ought to i I

for the gentleman In the case to visit -I and a source of much pleasure and be done and it may be he'll decideto Airy FancyWe <. CLEWISTOX, PHONE 328 .*.

her Immediately. I benefit to many who play on it regularly take over the job for himself I x f

I ; t, before Dave can get a chance.In their husbands'suppose aviators'air pockets.wives-,ladies'search t j :?:: PAIIOItEB, PHONE 2301 :$:

STALE NEWS, .'_ The new recreation center, for any event it begins to look like Home Journal. !'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:
which the whole town! seems to be the time has arrived when somethingis I I

Peter Tomasello tells about an pulling, will increase the facilitiesfor going to be done about the citrus

editor who ,refused to publish obitu- sport, exercise and recreationand business, not because the Federal' -

ary notices about persons who did bring them within. reach of ma- government is especially anxious to\'Ii'........................................................................................................................,...,.............,...'....,..............
not subscribe to ,his' newspaper. Such ny, particularly children. The pro- take it over, nor that ,Dave Sholtz ,-- -
persons, the editor explained, had I ject deserves, and, is certain to receive -i desires to assume any additional 'i.I' .',
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been dead anyway and their pass- .: the enthusiastic support of : burdens, but because it is apparentthat .A.I .:.,.
ing was of no news value.-Sanford the community.THE. we're not getting anywhere under -, :

Herald., ,, ., the present set up, and unlesswe i '-
DUMMY do, there'll be a lot of grove own- :;r CLEWISTON t1OLFCOURSEr -
ers and citrus workers on relief I I
A BILL FOR REPAIRSAn Percival: "That was the unkindest -
rolls that ought to be making their
cut of all, as the poet says." .
artist who was employed to own way. .. .., .
Penepole "What ? '
: was .:. .; : '
renovate and retouch the great oil In the meantime, Lorenzo Wilson / .:.
Percival: "I showed her one of 'i'_ ::.';' : : .,
pffers his new Citrus Institute as ;
paintings In the old church in Bel-
my boyhood pictures with my father :a band on which to ride out I :;: r .
gium, we learn from an anonymous holding me on his knee, and she wagon : ... : :;:
exchange, rendered a bill of $67.30for of the mess, but like all other vehicles -I .. ., ..
said, 'My, who is the .ventriloquist' -'. : ;,
services after the work had been s nobody wants to climb on ,:.
? -Columbian, Crow.SCULPTURES : ..
completed.The I unless they can do the 'drIving. I .1,
In short, the whole trouble with I.f
wardens, were unwilling to I WE"Isn't : A
pay the bill without itemization, and the Florida citrus industry today 1 AV AV

the following duly seems to be a matter of, too many ',
was. presented, it strange how: princes and AI
audited and master minds and not enough V
paid: S '
kings ,
ments For, correcting$5.12. the ten command-I And clowns that caper in the sawdust made brains.up Like of either the Mexican generals army or ,privates it's-

For brightening the flames of / And common rings, folk 'like you and" me, and has a helluva time 'gettin' I 2 Open to the Public I

hell} putting) new tail on the devil Are builders of Eternity? 'any place on account. of meetin'. itself I

and doing odd jobs for the damned, '- .' -'. comin' back. .
Each is given a bag of tools,
$7.17. :.i.: ISI;
A shapeless mass and a book of '..
: '
For touching'up Purgatory and v
rules ,
restoring lost souls, $3.06. SERVICE EXAMINATIONS .... :
And each must make, ere life is :_: : ; ::'
For putting new stone in David's flown : ". I,.-,,. ,:,,!; ;- .. '2"
The United :
-"' States Civil Service y ..
sling$6.13.; enlarging head of Goliath, A stumbling block, :or a",' stepping Commission has announced.open ,. :;: ., ,. ,.'. -- {.; *
.stone. -Exchange. competitive examinations s as follows <
For mending shirt of Prodigal ,, I. x
Son and cleaning his ear, $0.39. I : ',- ; '. :;: I Moderate Green FeesInteresting I
I An American film actress'.was applying Engineering draftsman (highway ::
For putting tail and comb '
on I for a passport. ), $1,800 a year, 'Bureau of' Public -
St. Peter's rooster, $2.20. "Unmarried?" she was asked. Roads. :i= Exceptional Fairways I ::: C-
and putting new ribbon his bon- ': ,
on 'answered.IExchange. '
Junior interne
"Occasionallyshe' medical officer ( ), '
For embellishing Pontius. Pilate '. St. Elizabeths Hospital, Washington, I :;: Greens I.:_;:
net, $3.02.For ". I
D. C. I :
repluming and regilding left : IA
Associate supervisor of element :: ::
wing: of the Guardian Angel, $5.18. Frosh: "Ginger ale. ,: ::
For washing the servant of High Waiter:'" "Pale?" ",,':; aryeducation Field: Service., $3,200 a year, Indian I II.......................................................................,.............................................................................................................II

Priest and putting. carmine on his Frosh: "No, just a glass."-;Ex. I
Cheek, $5.02.. ..
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For taking the 1 'spots off the
of Tobias, $10.30.' ," son .:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

For putting ear 'rings' in Sarah's .'i'. .,,'l'., :ii: :: :: .i.

ears, $5.25. .*, TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY :=;: .::.: '::': <4 F 0 R S' A L E :;.: :'i:

For ,, .
: .
decorating Noah's Ark and .:. ., :.
putting:,new' head on Shem,. $4.31. :;: _' Attractive Clewiston Home Small :

Total, $67.30.. -Bradenton Her- ''l' ,'l.y : : Cash.Payment :n

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RAMBLINGS. .. .. .. A V y
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Governor; Dave stepped out on the &

.:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..) platform over at the Orange Festival .fy. .s. ; r .y yA
I in Winter Haven last week and ; u :' .'.
The chief indoor :: :i: :: A
sport these
days fired a speech at the customers :
seems to be out-guessing the wea- I heard 'round the citrus belt. v.. A / -A
ther-man. Since .t. ..
the customary howl :
While Dave talked in a cheery y : ..
about insufficient v
warnings went up voice and backed it up with his famous '' .y. A
(from the central part"of .'.
the state I
) smile, don't kid yourself into yf
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when the
December cold wave thinkin' he didn't mean what he y A '. .:.
struck us full in ,the face, the wea- I said. .. :
ther-man is, determined that the 1A
His message: to citrus interests Ax
weather shan't !out-do him in cold- i
was both an appeal and a warning. t.Xx
ness. .Plenty of
predictions of
but not An appeal urging that they get tog ? Xf
so much frost yet.
ther' .and under one banner put
We are .thankful for the narrow m .
the citrus business on a profitable fX
escapes. There's a great deal of visible ', ..
or else climb"over In the back .:.
interest here in weather conditions .s.
seat and let somebody take thesteerin' fl.S. I yA
partly because there are so
wheel that knows how to
many, healthy, : fine crops' visible ?I': '. .'.
here right now. Never before has drive. { yVYX :

j practically every plot of available He told 'em the same thing a year YA : yA A

i ground in, the 'city been planted. ,If ago but nobody paid any attentionto v V : I y

the market is high when these crops 'him Eo thls time he let 'em knowhe :i: :!: : yA.;.
are harvested; we'll see plenty of was holdin' a stop watch on 'em + :i: .;. ::: '
money being made rIght here in and-is glvin' 'em three months or YA I y

town by the farming method. until the Legislature meets to makeup .V.:.. .A:. .y. .f.
There were nine thousand hampers their mind.A : .:. f
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so :we've been told, on the fieldof lot of folks had the crazy idea ; .:. 'l -, ..
The J
Balance Like
+ Rent
:: Pay ..
squash next to the Clewiston that Dave was just makin' talk with .:. : ; .:.:.:

Drug store last week when the weather his mouth when he said there wasn't :i: :?:: ''l'
f seemed trying to fulfill the gonna be an .Extra Session of the ;; ; WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :;: *

frost forecast., The hampers looked Legislature, and a lot of other folks ::i:: :: YOU CAN OWN. YOUR OWN HOME ::_: :

like myriads of night-caps and ev- guessed wrong when they figured

erybOdy was looking at them and he was only foolin' when he said
I n i Clewiston
wondering how many there were the time for buyin' auto tags would Building Association H I
1 whether they would provide any not be extended, but just when you '..

I real protection and how long they think you know what Dave's gonnado x ''.. PHONE 102 .i'. SIs .
could stay on without harming the you wake up and find you're .. .t.. .,I'

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.1 .:H:N:N:NMN., :NON.N'f ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..;.. Mrs. Charles W. Hendry and by Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. Low prize .Charles..Hendry. Tho guests were J. M. COUSE
,,:. t children, Gloria and Charles, jr.,I went to 11rs.H.. T. Vaughn. Mrs. Hendry, :Mrs. Gayle McFaddenand

- ;.f :$: Personal Mention :|_: are leaving today to make their Others playing bridge were Mrs.H. Mrs. Richard Knight. Bridgewas Counselor and Attorney at Law ;
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,. <..x*<..x..>*X"X ..x..x..x..x..X"X..:..:> who home Is In employed Fort Myers.on the Mr.levee Hendry pro- J. B. Scharnberg, :Mrs. H. A. Bes- enjoyed in the afternoon. Hopkins Building

I tor, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. M. E.
j. C. L. Downs was a business visitor ject, will be stationed here for a THE COMMUNITY CHURCH Wednesdays and Saturdays t
b. in Okeechobee. Monday. while longer, but Mrs.. Hendry is'I VonMach, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs E. 9:30 to 4:00
- ;. _- leaving now to enter the children L. Stewart, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Sunday, February 3, 1933

F. D. Duff, Mrs. Fred I. Hill, Mrs.
.:: Mrs. A. L. Weeks of Lakeland at the school mid-term.
I" 5 spent Sunday here with Mr. Weeks. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. W. M. Redel- i Rev. I). Jenkins Williams, Minister. Watches Clocks, Jewelry
:' Friends of Mr. and Mrs. HarryP. sheimer, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. E. I Jewelry Repairing

Armstrong are interested in announcements C. Mills, Mrs.: F. Meluh, Mrs. E. P.
Mrs. C. F. Vaughn of Indiantown 9:30 a. m. Sunday School, Classesin
Mutrux, Mrs J. P. Percy and :Mrs.F. l
of the birth of a son W. H. MERRITTWATCIIiMAKER
,' visited friends In Clewiston Wednes- I five departments.
M. Wright.
on January 13th. The baby
day.. 10:30 a. m. Junior Church.
ed eight pounds and was weigh-I JoinIng'the players for tea were & JEWELER
; 6:30 The Pioneers Miss
m. ,
New Orleans. Mr. Mrs. Malcom W. Bigg, Mrs. G., H. p. CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.
: C. Gontermann of Miami was a hart, Supt.
employed at the Clewiston sub-of- Small. Mrs. C. F. Goodman, Mrs.
business visitor in Clewiston Tues O. Box 521
'\! lice of U. S. Engineers, and was Zerney G. Meredith, Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger 7:30 p. m. Special Song Service by .

.] day. transferred to New Orleans a few ,. and Mrs. George W. Sparks. the. Male Chorus. Rear or q,
:a months ago. You are cordially welcome to at- Clewiston Drug. Company

:'y i : i Miss Grace Cahill spent the weekend SIRS.. HENDRY HONORED tend these servIces.EVERGLADES .-

J visiting friends in West Palm Dr. and Mrs. D. Jenkins Williamshad AT TUESDAY PARTY j

',1 Beach week-end guests Mr. and Mrs.S. FARMERSAVES :

: B. Bissel of Wausau, Wisconsin, Mrs. Charles Hendry, who Is leav- SON, DROWNS
Mr. and Mrs, J.' D. Pomeroy of You Wreck 'Em
: who are spending the winter at 'San- ing today to make her home in Fort
Atlanta are in Clewiston for several
_J ibel Island. Other callers during the Myers, was honored with a farewell Frank E. Lockmiller, 34, farmerof

:t> weeks. week were: Mr. nndIn.! *. David party at which Mrs.: Victor Emanuel South Bay, was drowned in the We Fix 'Em
: '
I West Palm Beach Bebb of Columbus, Ohio; :Mr. Frank entertained a group of their neigh-I locks of the North New River canal
M. W. Gibson of '
was in Clewiston on business Wednesday Hill, Danville, Illinofs; Mr. and Mrs. borhood 'ladies Tuesday afternoon at Sunday morning In rescuing his PAINTING BODY AND

':- Frank Beatie, Minneapolis, Minnesota her apartment. young son, Lavern Lockmiller, four FENDER WORK

; Mrs. W. C. Kinnard, Neunan, Guests invited were :Mrs. Hendry, from the canal.Lockmiller TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY

'; Milton H. Crouch was a business Georgia; Mir and Mrs. Joseph Der Mrs. R. N;,. Boswell, Mrs. V. A. Allen, dove into the canal after -

Kenderen, Fort Mr. Mrs.H. Mrs. Tom Russ, and Miss Katherine the
Visitor in Tampa Tuesday and Wed Myers; and youth had lost his balance Done by An Expert:
-J C. Moores, and Mrs. Alice Jones Russ. Mrs. Haskew, Mrs. Richard and fallen into the water. After
Courteous Service
t Morgan, Columbus, Ohio, and the Knight, Mrs. Roy Bixler, Mrs. A. holding the child's head above water -

1 Miss Anna Barker of West, Palm ltc,". Alexander Linn of Lakeland.: Hastings, Mrs. Clyde Russell and.. until a rope was fastened around Work Guaranteed.
Mrs. Granville Hill. his Prices Reasonable.
body Lockmiller
i Beach was a business visitor here i disappeared
.j' Thursday. IJRS. MAXWELL'SBRIDGE At the same time a children's from sight. His body 'was recovered

LUNCHEON party was enjoyed by Gloria and I several hours later. PIONEERService

', Charles Hendry, jr., Jon Vic and I
; Mr. and Mrs. :Malcom W. Biggwore"
,: ,. business visitors in West Palm Mrs. Fred R. Maxwell is entertaining Douglas Emanuel, Murray and Dol-. StationBELLE
I her bridge club and other ores Haskew, Richard Knight, Hu- Vip to Snobs
\ Beach Wednesday. GLADE PHONE 10
" .1 14d11'j guests with a bridge-luncheon: today bert Ray and Gerry Boswell. Equality may not always be possible
it the 'Watanabe Hotel. Sandwiches, tea, dessert and cake but brotherhood Wrecker Service at All HoursI
_;:>Mr and Mrs. M. H. Crouch and always Is.-
-k daughter: Joan, Lave moved into Those attending are Mrs. Dave were served by Mrs. Emanuel. American Magazine. ...

- ; '. Their lovely new home on Osceola Alston, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. C. W. I
.' ." McDonald, Mrs. H. R. Hall Mrs. G. BRIDGE MONDAY EVENINGMr. I -

1 ;; Avenue. B. Thomas, Mrs I. M. Pafford, Mrs. -- .;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":":" :":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":": :":'

,. t :' M. Victor Blate of Winter Haven, G: C. Poole, Mrs. R. A. Ballard, Mrs. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson en- 'y' '.*.

1 : .:" a: former' resident of Clewiston, W. W. Perry and Mrs.: Bill Tapp. tertained a group of friends. with an :_;: See Lake Okeechobee From The Air |_:
; evening of. bridge Monday.
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and Friday here .t' v
spent Thursday on
V' .. : Included in the party were Mr. ** will bring their ,two modern and
, '.: business.. MRS. C. R. BYRD HOSTESS AT The Blue Eagle flyers g
, ; ;; and Mrs. Fred A. Flanders :Mr. and .!. safe planes to the Clewistou Airport Sunday to carry passerA:
' '; : Mrs. J.: M. Couse, Mrs. W.-' C. Nail, *:* gers. Licensed pilots with years of experience without acciX ,
.: ;: Mrs. Leland Perkins and baby,
',' -. and Miss Bertha Gram of'Mo re ,Ha- ; dent will be there to pilot the planes. :::
::: *' are spending the winter in Miami Clyde R. Byrd was hostess .*.
, ven, C. V. Parkinson rand Mrs. V
| :v: "? are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuesday afternoon at a delightful : wrston. *t* RATES- : 10 lm, to 12 m. 50c; 12 m. to 2 p. m., 75c Ret +
"Xeathley Bowden of CI *
, .' I1, ;: .,C. Kolstad. ridge. party, given at, the home of $ t|. mainder of afternoon, $1.00. I IA (
Mrs. Flanders was winner of high Ai
', 1< -- her parents, Mr. and Mrs: Foster A
; '.-.- ;: Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Nelson returned Meredith score prize, and Miss Gram low. :i:, Death Defying Jump Without Parachute. ::

:1 ;. ) :., to their home in Atlanta Sunday High score award was won by y .j>
i '..' MRS ALLEN HOSTESSMrs. x At four o'clock in the afternoon Little Billy will jump
:, after spending a few months in Mrs. Claude L. Downs, second high X:;: from a plane and drop' a thousand feet without a parachute. :X

t.- .:Clewiston Tuesday. by Mrs. Dave Alston third by Mrs. V. A. Allen entertained at &: :|:

'." H. O. Kight, Executive of the Russell D. W'hidden and cut prize luncheon Wednesday for Mrs. l..l..l..l..l..M..l..l..l..l..l..l..t..lO ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:.. :.. :..:.. :-:...... )

r' :; .ROyal .Palm Council of Boy Scouts, _

..-' ::' of Fort Myers,. was In Clewiston on
: business Wednesday. n
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'. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Seven of Cuba
arrived in Clewiston Sunday to visit -
their two sons, who 'are employed

,. ,'by the local sugar company. :

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. : ; Nand Mrs. Harry W. Jones- of

'lo-c: Myers were' dinner guests Sun- A .1Y.

i f'j.y of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley, ;
.: onrrvte to West Palm Beach on j

; _their honeymoon. r $, ; y ; 1

;: :. Mr.' and Mrs. Ray McIntosh left

Sundayfor Haines City where they

-'. will reside in the future, Mr. McIntosh -

'..:',- .having been transferred to the ; $ : : :

: ... Coast Line office there
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t.- : Mrs. Guy Larson has returned
'from West Palm Beach. where she -

;; went for medical treatment.. She alsovisited ;; ;: f

:: 1 Mrs.= George Schmidt, who Is r

; rpcndlng the winter there.

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.1] Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Bush and

1 daughter, Maiiwill, have moved to

-.Clewhton and are occupying the

: : ::: -."..;:.- ;.Erollo apartment.. Mr. Bush is tele'crrph 'Y, ";: ,,
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: : operator for. the Av C. L. here.. 1 Z v5.., 4
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;', j..'.. Mi-s Mary McCnnc. rf theLa-
;- :. .7 tham CorqpTnv\ office, wa-* taken t"

/'k '* tho West Palm leach
.. i hospital, Saturday -
i t : : by Brrrv's ambulance for nr:

: -' emergency appendix: operation. Lat-
.. 5 &
. est reports arc that she is doing
The New Standard Chevrolet Coach The New Matter Da lux Chevrolet Coach
: nicely. .
-' Mrs.; R. L. McKen'ie.:: Mrs. A. Btv LLt of Mast-
A.\D UP. price
., v., AND UP. List pries of New

L: :.<. '.. ._ i-- ens R. McReynolds and Mrs. H.of A.Miami Hawks were and guests Mrs. $ : t:; Standard' Roadster at Flint, .. t; Miclu er Do Luxe$560. Coupe With at bumpers Flint,,

of F. A. McKenzie the first of the I 4 Ii ,Mich., $465. With bumpers,, 0 spare tire and tire lock, the

week. Mrs. McKenzie is the mother spare tire and tire lock, the list list price is $25.00 additional.:
f; ", of F.: A. and l.J U
: Arthur McKenzie, Mrs. l.J price is $20 additional Prices Prices subject to change with '
g; Bivens is their aunt. subject to change without no- .
.K action -
.. out notice. ( nee optional
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tice.HERE .
at small additional cost)
; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Irons spent the

: ..... : : week-end, in St. Petersburg, where ... F (

:.. they maintain their home, with is America's great family car beautiful to look" TONGER smartly lower in appearance beautifully

,' their daughter, Miss Betty Jane drive economical L B streamlined. The performance this car will amaze you.
, J. .:< who is a student in St. Petersburg thrilling to very. operate

,:J ,::;i:' Junior College. Mrs. Irons remained ,. and the world's lowest-priced six. This New Standard Chevrolet's new and improved Blue-Flame valve-in-l,1ead

; <-: :' for several days, but Mr. Irons remarkable and speed. Chev-
returned Chevrolet has a fine, roomy Fisher Body. It is powered by engine gives way-power
-;. < ''. to his work here Monday. refined Knee-Action Ride-and longer wheel-]
,: '- :.,' ." the same improved valve-in-head engine which powers Chevrolet's highly

.7>._:;..,' Examination week at the Unlver- rolet's new Master models. It is amazingly flexible and base-give new comfort. And operating economy, too, \is

' ; ;'?.r sltv of Florida in Gainesville_ has spirited the finest performing Chevrolet ever built. _. greatly increased. See. your Chevrolet Dealer today. I"

\.. given several days freedom for and G.M.A.C. terms. A General Motors Value
.: :: CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., DETROIT, MICH. Compare Clievrolet'a low delivered prices easy ADViRT1SiM&NT: :
'" :.-- Clewiston students who took advantage .
:1 of'the opportunity to visit home.
: .
:: : .. Van Bush spent a few days here

; .:: the first of the week and he and Clewiston Motor Co.
; '
Richard Bestor are expected Satur- '

day for 'a few days stay here. Ed ,

..- ....- '. Wlard arrived Thursday for a visit
: .. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. I '. Clewiston, Florida..
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ENMITY FORGOTTENOne Just the Thing .

of the most remarkable Christ Little
mas trees was put on view In London OUR COMIC SECTIONFINNEY Lady >_

last year, a the Scots Guard exhibition '- 4.m .-'
It was made by a German soldier
and presented by him to a Scots

greetings Guard with In the whom No Man's he exchanged land be- OF THE FORCE m redo: t 222SL: J! A Good Sign r

tween the trenches on Christmasday
1915. t=? THAT SOIGN &z BE I'PAt ._ WELL-NOW =?!WHY PON'T ':' -


Do I j 1"H'&RooT,; =- ARE RIGHTIN\ APVERToiSIM'2yIT t
you. I IS SOME.
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? TROUBLE> : _
tire easily -

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p no appetite r; f -

f losing weight

: V p pale nervous T7: C rG (0 sll 95z

then don't gamble with your body \\ Ii /
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Why not reason out the cause of '
,this unnatural condition? :1'
Your first thought may.be, "I must :
eat more." That's not all. You should
enjoy what you do cat. Frequently, WELL-WHAT W,4IT01'LL WELL-WE LL- ) !
the blood cells are low...and this SHOWlrt r THAT .. t
WOULD Yot1 gE Now -
perhaps, Is what makes you feel weak..
If this is your trouble the stomach s11GG1sT2 {EZ- -=- is. SOMETHING &

may not be calling for sufficient food.
Zest to eat may be lacking. But what
difference S.S.S. makes when taken
just before meals. Just 'try it and .
notice how your appetite and digestion /f
'improve. \
S S.S. stimulates the flow of gastric ,( a R01161EL3I \-,

juices and also supplies the precious 2

mineral lIents so necessary in blood- S sU
cell and hemo-glo-bin up-building. Do
try it. It may be the rainbow you need
to crush away present discouragementover t Y NEN
2065 cfld1
your health condition. S.S.S.Co. I

Yon have..aright
to insist '., ,
that S.S.S. be '" It's| no, wonder this young' lady

ecpplledyouonrequest.; y looks puzzled-she probably doesn't

;. Its 3 'r know whether to stand the way she

lone years of a. ; is and ,let us see the front of her
preference isyourguarantee snug wool bloomer dress, with its
THE FEATHERHEADS 0 :2Li rn U.! Heavy-Stuff unusual closing and its inset of pleats

, ,satisfaction. for spirited striding, or to turn
i -AW? I POM'-f KMOW WHY YOU 'i'es, YOLl AI=TeR ALL- OTHER. N around so that we may admire that

Pt akes 11 Ot4'1 GET BUSY AMP "TRYTo (sAENl Go OUT AND 3>O THINGS important "back interest" produce
you EAfcvJ MORE MOMEY- WAITINGFOR / by the long smartly stitched pleat
elli6te \INSTEAD OF Clever mothers will make up a plentiful .
.S! yourself -VBIM
again \F. I.A6REE WITH{ .- collars and cuffs, for they know that

You,, vvJlLL YoU LET nothing looks prettier on bright wool '

o o ME 2.G THE-\ MATTEfZ.Hl'4 dresses. The bloomers, and long
sleeves for those who prefer them,
,come with the pattern.
Quaint "Cure" ii
; Pattern 2065 is available In sizes
Holding fish and frog heads in the i
mouths of children suffering from /1I v / 2, 4, G and S. Size G takes 2% yards
36-Inch, fabric andyard contrast
whooping cough is an old "cure" said
ing. Illustrated step-by-step sewing ,
to be still practiced among the Irish r
peasantry / -i .instructions. included.

coins or stamps (coins preferred) for
\ this pattern. Write plainly name, address
Keep Well-Don't \ and\ style number. BE SURE

Suffer NeedlesslyIf If i\\\ TO STATE SIZE. _
Address orders to Sewing Circle
you suffer with headaches, Pattern Department, 243 West Seventeenth

can't dizziness-no sleep, feel blue doubt, have attacksof L Mol! AFTER ALL (IT l I is NWT 'PUTt :DON'1'" WISE (RAC <-:..'--SOMEQNE'.) Street, New York City.IT'S .
constipation -
is the cause of your troubles. TO SPUR YOU OM- -- SAIP -
SARGONSoft "Has your son's education been of
//- I'LL, (I I liii III U' SURE "PIP WEIGH any value?". '

FoRGNE' You HIS WORDS "Oh, yes. ; it cured ,his mother of '
Mass Pills him." Eve-
bragging about. -Boston
The Laxative that acts so gently 111111i ning Transcript '
and so naturally will relieve you.

Many cases, of chronic constipation \ ao Z 1lb Week's Supply of Postum Free
have been relieved with -\\t
only Read the offer made by the Postum
a few doses. Get a bottle to-day.
For sale by all good drug stores. %' Company'in, another part of this pa-
G per. They will send a full week's sup
ply of health 'giving Postum free to

FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS anyone who writes for it.-Adr.
Early Jersey Charleston, Wakefleld. Flat
Dutch. Succession, Big Boston, Iceberg .
New York lettuce. Bermuda and Prlzetaker Needs Practice ;
onions. Delivered 100. 25c; 300, 69c: 600 76c:
100.0$1.26. Collect 1040.11; 5000. tS.75: 10000 "What's the idea of all the noise
J6.60.Jamison F&rm, I .
Plant SummervilIeS.C. i
at this hour ,of the night?
"I need practice on my trombone.

WATCH YOUR'KIDNEYS 1. I've been letting it slide lately.S" ."

Red Man's Delight' why didn't he scratch It out and start heifer was. One sailor claimed that

An Indian in northern Michigan returned over again. 1'Their the heifer belonged to the hog family,

;Be Sure They Properly for the third time.to buy a half. the other that it was a variety of TflTVt
dozen dollar bottles of cough sirup. Use Explained sheep. i 1
Cleanse the Blood Druggist-Some one sick at your "What on earth is the use' of the Finally they called in Boatswain Bill. I

YOUR kidneys are constantly fil- house times set down in the railway\ time- "Bill, wot's a heifer-Is It a hog or 1l
impurities from the blood Indian-No sick. tables asked the ..angry'old gentle Is It a sheep they, said.
stream. But kidneys get functionally Druggist-Then what on earth is all man, whose train was o\erdue. ,Boatswain Bill bit off a large chew
disturbed-lag in their work- his cough sirup for "Why," explained the genial station reflectively. Then he said:

fail wastes.to remove the poisonous body Indian-Llkum on pancakes. master, "if It weren't for them, figures "To tell you the truth, mates, I dun-

Then you may suffer nagging we'd have no way of finding out how no much about poultry."

backache, attacks of dizziness HAS GOOD AIM late the trains are.-Stray Stories

burning, scanty or too frequent Magazine. Pamelia's Choice' (. L r
urination, getting at I -r ----.1 Auntie What '
up night, kind of a doll would
swollen feet and ankles rheumatic rrr I II Pro-Treatment you like me' to buy you, dear? r. c

pains Don't; feel "all worn out." I Maude-Why did you break your engagement Pamelia-I think, auntie I would
delay! For the quicker r
get rid of these poisons, the better you, with poor Tom?,.' I thoughtyou like twins. '
your chances of good health.: adored him.
Use Doan's Pins. Loan's are for Edythe-So I do, but he was puttingon LIGHT UP
the kidneys only. They tend to pro too much fat When he has ''worried
mote normal functioning of the himself thin again I will take him
kidneys; should help them pass off back. orrr444'-:,
the irritating poisons. Doan's are I F
recommended by users the countryover. "Can your wife cook as good as your
Get them from any: druggist. mother used to. Jack?" So Very Simple ..1
"She cannot, but I never, mention It. A-Did you hear about the,,fellow
DOAN'S PillS She can throw considerably better." who invented a device for looking'
through brick walls
Spelling Error B-No. What does he call It? "
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mamma, want to ask
you a question. "Have a cigar 33

OLD AGE PENSION INFORMATION Mamma-What is It now, Edith Sea Farmer "I'd like to help you get rid of 'em,
ENCLOSE STAMP Edith When the first man started to A couple of sailors got Into a discussion but I still have half a box of those
write the word "psalm" with a "p," over the kind of animal a my wife gave me to get rid of.",

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,( IMPROVED BRISBANETHIS If you would have bright eyes When a small amount of cake 1| J

,I UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL The fact Is that India was never place pads of cottonwool soaked In eaten at a time cut the slices frow :}

1 UNDAY WEEKOne the word. It has a history.going back for a few minutes then bathe the malning pieces close together like I

CHOOL LessonBy thousands of years. English and eyes with warm salty water. The whole cake and thIs will keep soil| :

French traders settled there In the first is soothing, the second is for several days, preventing It :from

I (. REV. P. B. FITZWATEK. D./D.. Seventeenth century, but the land strengthening drying out. : y
.' Member of, Faculty. Moody Bible Thing ImportantPaid was known long before that. ,
t Institute of ChJcaRO)
Western Newspaper Union. for Not Doing Indeed, we might : almost say thatIt

$40 a Month was India and other eastern coun-

; ,- : Lesson .for March 3 What Do We Want of Japan? trIes which discovered the western' "Now My Car Stays Beautiful! u. :

-I ands Britain There is
One piece of news In the world Is including a.
Important' to the United States. If theory that the first home of the You, too, will find this to be true after you

1 I PETER UNMASKS FALSEHOOD Washington doesn't know it, the governments white races was in the East.-Lon- Simoniz your car. Simoniz and Simoniz'' .

.a. AND HYPOCRISY of Europe and Asia do know don Answers.Dr. Kleener not 'only make cars look just like I "

I new again, but,keep the finish beautiful for x< ';;
LESSON GOLDEN TgXT-Acts TEXT-Wherefore 6:1-11 8:18-24.putting That news Is Amelia Earhart's flight, Pierce's Pellets are best for liver, years. So always insist on. them for your car! ':,;
bowels and stomach. One little Pellet for'a
j away lying, speak every man truth nonstop in eighteen flours across 2,400miles laxative-three for cathartic.-Adv.
with: his neighbor: for we are members Yy "
from Hawaii
of the Pacific ocean
one of another. ,Ephesians 4:25. 'J
PRIMARY TOPIC Peter's Friend to the United States. All American .Man's True Value 1 1 ,

'" Hel'ps .People.JUNIOR citizens, 'especially those on the Pacific The measure of a man is the In- serf \

"1 TOPIC-Peter" 'Stands for coast, and elderly, out-of-date gen- convenience world would suffer

. .. Truth INTERMEDIATE and Honesty.AND SENIOR TOP1C tlemen who are supposed to providefor if he were knocked on the head.- :
'I; ;. -The Sin of,Lyfng. the defense of this country, should Asheville Citizen y"S
1 YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP ask themselves : 'l
Modern Forms of Hypocrisy.
'S 1C-
5 If .a young woman, entirely alone,
: ; wlthou'tsleep, no assistant to help with 'i
j 4 ,_ I.: Ananias and Sapphira (Acts the "
navigation, can fly, unseen across
f' J 5:1-11)). Pacific ocean and land In California ;
.t} The new community formed, after to receive bunch of roses eighteen ,: WE REGULAR THERe $ A REAL"
1 \ Pentecost is now for the first time w .
hours from Hawaii, what do you think,
i called-the Church. Since the..Chrlsi -
\ five or ten thousand powerful bombing
.: tians have. now broken with Judaism and swift pursuit planes could do, coming BAKING POWDER
1 the success of the new. community depends -
from Asia or' from Europe?
: upon Its gaining recognition. '
-' The Church is now superseding the ALUMET BAKING
Pennsylvania is an important tobacco
'; .. .Mosaic economy. It was now to beGod's SARGAIN'k
state. The government paying farm-
dwelling place, as hitherto it badj' .
: ers not: to grow tobacco just, as it POWDeR
been in the Tabernacle l and Temple. IS '
'. pays them elsewhere not to grow cot-
j' Their sanctity was now being, transferred e
ton wheat and to raise pigs. "
: or not
,, I. :too the Church.This. fact the .
;, .;- "Church itself must learn as well as After you have 'spent your whole NOW ONLY .
life driven by necessity's lash ,to produce ..
.: ,the Jewish people who surrounded: it. -

,:; ;, ..' -, \: :- 1. Their sin (vv. 1, 2)). It, was a the utmost possible, this brings
::.. .. hypocritical I imitation' of the sweet peace ..o have the governmentpay "
<;: : generous 25 A
you'for not doing it, even if you
: actUnabag") (4:86 37).
', ::0 ; .; Because
, can't quite understand it.
' !.,;' "of the particular .distress .of : early
;, ', :,:.> 'Church. following its-Open rupture with Nobody, has yet arranged to pay

'!:. Judaism, Its members for a time had newspaper publishers not writing I

:r-'T' .- .): : a "community of goods.". This'was not editorials, but that may come, in the r YIZF "J

z:: 4; universal nor permanent. Ananias glorious new era, and, here and there: :..
". It might be a great blessing.
{ f'kept back'a part of the'-proceeds from .' .11

;}.r, t the ,sale .of. .his land, while pretending \ .-M
r, : to have brought it all. His' wife was Washington reports' that President ;"

:.pry_ .- S a, partner in it.. They wanted the Roosevelt's message to congress. about I
(.-. honor of generosity without paying pensions for the old will suggest "only"

'_._ f..:.h', the 2. price Their thereof judgment. (vv. 3-10). $40 The a 'month.Washington correspondent who I Tow he's' called "Helpful Bob" =_ 1 1SA'I

1 Physical death was visited upon An. says '"only" does not' know what $40 .

anlas and Sapphira for"'their sin...They a month would mean to millions old .

,<"', lied to the Holy Ghost In keeping back ,people whose lives are made bitter riot +

.:. a part of the price of their land. They' by; deprivation not by poverty, hungeror Lr:> OON'T EVENANSWERte. WELL, 6O&.. NOWTEU HIM youR' .4 i

were not obliged to sell, their land or, cold, but by the fact that they depend HEYBOB-'BRING HIM WIaATOOES: HE. ARE VOU THESE DAYS? WORST'PAItJ.IStin. <

having sold, .it,. to:.bring any of .their .upon the cold charity of others. MV MAIL OUT FROM ; TAKE YOU.FOR..TNE .. CAUSED BV FOLKS '1I
and' It in the common' Give $40 month to the old that
money place' a .,
* fund. People today are walking in ,the_ are dependent and you will bring happiness ? NOT SO GOOD..! I'M <
" way of Ananias and Sapphira when into the last years of millions of HAVING( HEADACHES
x ;
they make a professIon of Christianityfor lives and that. would be worthy of a ; ,>
temporal gain and pleasure. great nation. ,

Preaching the sermons of Moody, NIGHTS' /

Bpurgeon, etc., without giving creditIs The' honorable Japanese chief of in

another form of this evil God is formation In the foreign ollice says the .
cecEE.NE ,
F passing judgment upon many for their United States Is planning an attack on :::;r ;y S #7 : .

,+( :, sins of this kind (I Cor...11:27-30).. 'Japan. Any Japanese who believes It

3. The effect (vv. 11-16). lacks the usual intelligence for which :

a. Great fear came upon the Church you give all Japanese credit. Nations

and upon all who heard of these things start wars because t.leYrVant some
-.. .(v. 11). The Church should be regarded thing. What dops the United .States ZirY Sy I mss

because of Its being the from ?
..-.. : as holy want Japan
: very dwelling place of the Most High Uncle Sam, in a mild fit of idiocy, Is

::' God. Irreverence is an outstanding sin now giving away the Philippines, Asi-

,,' of this age. atic Islands' richer in resources than

", :. b. Multitudes of men and women the Japanese Islands.

l\-', '..', were added to the Lord (vv. 14, 15). We got those islands, -om the 'Span- :: ..

t: The fame (Peter \ far and
: '. : o wus spread "ish war. Should we start another ,war.

', ":;; .. .' wide, so that the, people were anxious spend 'billions, kill. many of our Japanese -

: to' come under his shadow The : friends and burn 'up' their coun- THE DOCTOR TOLD ME TO

t: : proper recognition of the holiness of try by fire bombardment.from, airplanes -Tf-1AT SOUNDSLIKE 'THIS MEOOUHG CUT OUT COFFEE AND SWITCH CURSES! I'LL

1;: the Church, the body of Christ, will merely to get Jiore Asiatic islands tobe" TO POSTUM,THE CHAN66
', 'to Christ for salvation. HAV6TD6CRAM/
: bring many given away. later? WORKED WONDERS ME/
: c. Hypocrites did not dare to join :. IN WHEN I HAD M'DOIN6.W5 BEST { : l CANT GETRESULTS n

(v 13). The vindication of, the holl-' The thirst 'of the people means profitto COFFEE-NERVES.1! t0 GET'ME' IN 3 IT DID? THEN MAYBE AFTER

: .. ness of the Church deterred none but the government. Unclt Sam during 1 blI I BOB BETTER TRy fl'! P0STUM COMES
' hypocrites from joining. No unregenerate '
1934 collected an average of more than \\'il GET SOME POSTOM ALONG ,
person and nothing unhallowed $1,000,000 a day In liquor taxes, a total :: !
':: ,' RIGHT NOW I
; .
; : :; w ::;:b:,: has any place In the Church. amount of $374,5002:52.: Beer alone ) ;x
: ?, :" II.I Simon the Sorcerer (Acts 8:18-
J yielded $_OOOOOOOO; splr-ts distilled In C :
24). ; < {
America, $121,000,000 ; imported spirits
"S S 1. His wicked request (vv. 18, 19). $15,000,000 ; Imported wines, $0.000000.
r'.. When Simon saw that Peter's power

, -A 'a., to work wonders exceeded his own y frNrvr.f
It is easy to understand why tensof 4 a
( f- ; ; and that this was received
'j"f :: :.1: power millions follow the trial of Bruno 1/
; through the laying on of hands, he 6i: a >
Hauptmann the kidnaping and killIng ;
.1 :; offered money for the gift. This act of the Lindbergh balty'with such

', -l revealed his hypocrisy. He professed. .
:-; Int n InteVest.. : The Irln1is "a mys; 4 !
.i .,':. : faith in Christ and was baptized and
I tery in Itself. Gradually unwound in 7
'.1 .:;:= even followed the apostles for a selfish
.. court like the chapters in a detective ':
L ,:'- ;: end. Traffic in sacred thl:::f Is called :; \
S story, it holds public attention, the d y\9\
I ,.::..'J :" "Simony." from the name of this: t x* "
horrible nature of the crime, increasing
cerer. Making merchandise: of Christianity I tbe- Interest tenfold. -
I' \ is committing the same sin.

,:,., Using the name of Christ for the pur- I '- KNEW children should
This reporter sat next to Amelia
.- pose of gain Is to he guilty of this sin. ; I never drink coffee but
Earhart at dinner did .
l: F. : 2. Peter's severe rebuke (vv. a reo ntly not z' ? S was surprised to learn coffee

-I, : ... -. 20-22). recognize her. thought he looked as WE'RE ON OUR WAV i could have such an effect
... the French say, "like.soul-body," asked, :. BOB.VOU'RE "
: a. "Thy money perish "with thee. TOWN-ANYTHING ,LOOKING on me!
: ;,'.; This Implies that Peter's judgment was "Do you write, fly, or w'jat do you do?" I CAN 00 FOR VOU2( ': GREAT,SNCEVOU 4.'.' "Nothing surprisingabout
.". .; She- ald. "I.fly .a little, and I, write a : "
that Simon and that'
, ,; was unregenerate little." -..::: SWITCHED TO POSTUM.I that! The caffein in
be himself was In the way of perishIng coffee affects lots of people. It can give 'em indiges-
'. .'. 4, 4z:. I NEVER SAW SUCH A "
'.'; .." : tion, upset their nerves and keep 'em awake nights.
::...; : b. "Thy heart Is not right In the Europe continues '"edging l along" to- ? CHANGE IN A MAN / A .

: .. ':, ...!. '., sight;, of God." One whose Inner life ward war. The Associated Press reports If you suspect that coffee disagrees with you .-. try

:: };
\ ":,' ; ;' :' ; powvr,for selfish...reasons.C. .- .f the Austrian border. Italy fears simply whole wheat and bran, roasted and slightly:
'' .'. that Ger anmay''start"an attack sweetened. It's make and costs less than $
., : '' "Repent of thy wickedness and on -z t easy to >
,:.<< '.. .: pray to God for forgiveness." While Austria aiming at absorption now the a cup.Postum is a delicious drink. and may provea

J,,!{ Peter recognized that this man was Saar voting Is over. '- ; real help. A product of General Foods.

.' ....,;,. ,/ri' unsaved he did not regard him as beyond Italy calls this movement of troops FREE! Let us send you your first week's sup-

.' ')' t':. i: the hope of salvation, but urged along the Austrian border "Winter ply of Postum free! Simply mail the coupon.

:-"?,' f him to turn from his)sln jjndjisk for maneuvers," but .Europe. knows what
] i forgiveness. 'It. -'really' Is. ',:. ,- GENERAL FOODS,Battle Creek:Mich. w. N.U.re.-ae
; 4 Send me,without obligation a week' supply of Postum.
'i. ;:-- d. "Thou art In the gall of bitter France probably will not be sur Yi.

ness and in the bond of iniquity" The prised. Mussolini for Italy -and Laval Name

one, and only thing for this man to do for France recently nnrt n. very alien Street

o :,. .. was to repent and sue for forgiveness. tionate conversation of which the sub- City Mate

Simon requested Peter's prayer to the stance was"Keep Germany under control Fill In completely-print name and addreat

", ;f. end that he might escape divine judg ," This offer expires December 31,1935If'
:- ment. King Features Syndicate. Inc.
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ROY SCOUTS HOLDLADIOKALEE LIFE INSURANCE AGENT the meaning as defined herein.a clusive, of the public records of CLEWISTON WOOD

", : OUTING APPOINTED' TERRITORY ( ) The term "liquors" under Hendry County, Florida.
this Ordinance shall mean all spirit- SECTION VI. It shall be unlawful -

(Continued from' page 1) Thos. D. Nobles, of Clewiston{ has ous, vinous or malt liquors declaredto to sell any spiritous, vinous or YARD '
I been appointed agent for the Moore be intoxicating by the laws of the malt liquors. to any person under
losing officers were chosen: R. A.
: State of Florida and twenty-one years of age.
vice-president H. C. Haven-Clewiston area for the Su- | or any f
Henderson' ; preparation or mixture composed in SECTION VII. All laws of the
Case, treasurer; Ernest L. Prior, wanee Life Insurance Company with whole or in part .of such liquors intended State of Florida now- In effect or Phone 336 :w
commissioner .H. O. Kight, their home office in Jacksonville. .
scout ; for beverage purposes.b which may be hereafter enacted.
scout executive. Directors named ( ) The term '"dealer" under regulating the sale or furnishing of

were Barron Collier, Roy C. Bishop this Ordance shall mean any person- intoxicating liquors, wines or beer,

John G. Houston, W. A. Ne ,J. George firm, association or corporation who- are hereby adopted as ordinances of,
sells vinous or malt li-
'E. Judd, Blaine McGrath, H. A. Rider the City of Clewiston, the same as ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
,David Elmer Ward, Mrs. F. B.Crowufnshield. (cTh'e term "wholesale dealer" if they were set forth verbatim here- REQUEST

Sam Thompson, W. shall mean under this Ordinance a in, excepting that the penalties for I

H. Dowling E. W. Crayton, Richard dealer who sells liquor for resale.d violation thereof shall be as In this C.: E. STEBEL

Schaddelee Mrs. John G. Houston, ( ) The term "retail dealer" I Ordinance prescribed.

John W. Furen, G. C. Persons, Fred shall mean under this Ordinance a SECTION VIII. Any person vio- Electrical Contracting
who sells to the lating of the provisions of this
r dealer liquors con- any
Flanders, C. H. Colliers W. H. Grace,
Ordinance shall, upon conviction In PHONE 2121
J. Andel and R. Y. Patterson. sumer.
Gail ,
the mayor's court, be punished by a
From and
Barron Collier was also elected delegate l- ,
the passage "of this Ordinance it fine not exceeding $500.00, or by
to the national council. not three
imprisonment exceeding
shall be unlawful for any person,
Eighteen troops are now functioning firm, association or corporation to months, .or by both such_fine and Agent for

in the six counties included in carryon or engage in any of the imprisonment in the discretion of GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS '

.the council. and eight other troops; businesses or occupations_ hereinaft- said court. .
are soon to be organized. Reports I1 t 1! I er specifically enumerated, within I SECTION IX. It is hereby de- RANGES APPLIANCES AND

from the different: districts' of the ; the corporate limits of the City of .clared' that each section, or any part

council showed large improvement I Clewiston, without having first ob- thereof, of this Ordinance is separateand
I tained ,a license from the City of independent, and if any sectionor
scouting over previous Mrs
years. Clewiston, as hereinafter provided. any part of a section shall be
F. B. Crownishield invited all the .. *..*..
SECTION III. That a license tax held or declared unconstitutional, it I-:-i NNN:NNNNN NHN N :NNNNMN :M.Sr :
of .
troops the council to attend a
shall be collected from :
per- :
Camp-0-Ral at Boca Grande which son, firm association -or corporation shall not affect any other'secUon or ? New and Used +

she will give March 2 hi honor of carrying on. or engaging in any of part of a .section not 'so' specificallyheld y

Dan Beard.-Ft. Myers News-Press. the businesses or ,occupations herein- and declared unconstitutional. '
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SECTION X. This Ordinance .
Peas' In A Pod after specifically enumerated, whichis shall become effective immediately | FURNITURE:s:
hereby fixed at the respective 1 _
SOUTHERN RWY., TO ENLARGE jail :wrong-this propaganda amounts set opposite each businessor upon its passage. ; 1 y '

CINCINNATI FACILITIES IT'S J[ :peas in a pod being alike.It occupation hereunder, each of Introduced and read in full Jan |:= |
must be tiresome, if one is a said amounts being the amount pay- uary 7th ,1935. _i BELLE GLADE :

Cincinnati, 0., Jan. 31.-To ac- twin, to hear continually, ,"they're able as a license tax for carryingon
comodate the rapidly increasing alike as two peas in a pod." Actually or engaging in the business or, F.Commissioner.J. D. DUFF, I | FURNITURE COMPANY |
twins are probably more occupation mentioned until the 1st
movement of vegetables, fruits and A. MCGEEHEE,
alike than any two peas in the day of October, A. D. 1935, and of -
other perishable traffic from Florida Commissioner. |::
: .4
each succeeding year thereafter as: FloridNext; ;
and other sections_ of the South, local the fact of the matter is follows. to-wit:, ,
Southern Railway officials an- that peas in a pod aren't alike. Liquors-Retail Dealer City Clerk and Commis- :{: Door To Theatre *

nounce that work will begin immediately They differ in size and sometimesin in for each place pf sioner. .z. ..

on the enlargement and improvement shape. Even, the taste may business, ._........__............$250.00 No. 51Jan.: 11-18-25, Feb. 1. .s:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..=.
vary, itjou are a real connoisseurof
of its produce terminal taste. Liquors-Wholesale Dealer -

facilities located between Vine and in, for each place of ,

Plum streets: in Cincinnati.The Peas As You Like Them business ........................ $250.00 r TTT TTT TTTTT TTTT :

proposed improvements include But in a can-that's different.It SECTION IV. On and after October YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE

would be far more correct to 1st, 1935, all licenses hereun- Admit only clean, constructive news by reading _
in addition
to the present
der shall be payable on or before the '
say "alike as two peas in a can. THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR .
fruit auction house on Front Street, For usually peas aresieved to 1st day of October of each year; pro- r J.

an enlarged banana and early veg- size ,before canning, so that ''you vided that no license shall ever be A Daily Newspaper for the Home .
etable house to be served by two can have tiny peas for your vege- issued for any fractional portion ofa It given ill the constructive world news but dos not exploit crime and ,
scandal. Hal interesting feature pages for all the family on Women's
tracks and 45-foot concrete drive- table souffles larger peas for your year. Activities; Homemaking, Gardens, Education and Books. Also pages for
also team vegetable salads, and. whatever SECTION V. No license shall be the Children and Young Folki. Vigorous editorials and an interpretation of
way seven delivery
kind of peas you prefer in your news in the "March of the Nations" Column are of special interest to men.
tracks with 40 45-foot concrete issued under this ordinance to any
and --------- -- ------ -
pea soup. And as ,for the taste, J -
driveways. Deliveries will also be that too always the same, pro- person, firm, association or corpor- The One.Christian Norway Science Street.Publishing Boston. Massachusetts Eoclety -

made from two tracks in Front viding you buy the same grade of ation to engage in any of the busi- period Please ot enter my wbscrlptlon to The Christian Science Monitor for t

Street., When the improvements are peas. nesses or occupations named jn Sec- One year W 00 Three month 12.2J '\
completed these facilities will afford Recipes for peas needn't be tion III of this Ordinance outside of Six months 4.50 One month50

team tracks to take care of 115 cars, alike either. t There are plenty of the business section of the City of Homo..u.............................................. .............. .

a: bananavegetablehouse track delicious ones' that are different.For Clewiston, as planned and zoned as Street............................. ...........................................

house holding JL7 cars ,and 'an auction Pea example Puff with: Pineapple: Drain per general plan of Clewiston, according City................. ................. ..State..u.............,. ..
to the plat thereof recorded
house where from a ,No. 2 and Sample Copy Request
15 cars can _be peas can 'press on
in Plat Book 2, pages 7 to 14 in .
spotted at a time, or a total track through a sieve. Make a thick
white sauce of four tablespoons
capacity; of 147 cars.
butter, four, tablespoons flour, one
It is stated that these enlarged
cup of milk and the pea pulp.
facilities will be Ii! ..' I I'' I I \ I
in every Season to taste with salt and pep I

respect and will amply take care of per. Add three well-beaten egg .

the increasing perishable business yolks and fold in the stiffly-beaten, .

even in the peak months.U. whites of the three eggs. Pour ,, ;: : : jj ,:, ; :; ;' : :: '
.: : : & ; +
: ; rr ,
set into in, a sa buttered pan of hot baking water.dish Bakein and : ,, .. ; ;; > : ? < : : ::

S. CIVIL SERVICE a moderate oven-350 to 375 .:

WARNS AGAINST FRAUD degrees-until it is set and a deli-
cate brown color (about twenty- -
Newspaper Advertising
Washington D. C., Jan. 30, 1935 five to thirty minutes). While
-The United States Civil Service this is baking, cook two table- I
Commission spoons ,butter and one cup of
says that numerous let-
crushed pineapple together
ters received at its office from different until thick and rich. Spread this

parts of the country indicate over the baked puff and serve at : Is The
that misleading information is being once. This serves eight persons.* ., '

given to the. public by agents of : : ; "
some of the correspendence: schools:: 1 : .
: r( 't ;; "
which give instruction in prepara- Belle Florida, within eight calandar -' ,. '. : ,
tion for civil-service examinations. months from the date of the first -

To guard against the loss of mon- publication of this notice. Each >
paid for tuition of claim or demand must be in writing I n vijs.;; i ii
ey this kind .
,the ,
and i 0. ., ", ,f. V (,-... ,
Civil Service Commission must state the place of residenceand -
Informsthe post office address of the claim- I : f\:; '.
as follows: : ; : t-1.
ant, and be ;
must sworn to by the : : f
No,one can promise appointmentsfor claimant, his agent, or his attorney, : .: ,;: ;

which the United States Civil or the same will become void according -

Service, Commission holds examina- to law. *

tions. The claim .that such assurancecan This 12th day of January, 1935. .

be given brands the person tak- LEE ROAN, : ., ,,1. Newspaper reading is a universal habit: '

ing it as a fraud.Thforniation Executrix of the Estate of .
John G. Lane, deceased.No. I fi
regarding examina-
tions for the United States Civil Ser- 53-Jan. 18-25, Feb. 1-8. i .' .. '
2' "
The is eagerly welcomed into '
vice may be obtained from the newspaper :

boards of 'United States Civil Service I &
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ,- -_' the home.
Examiners. There is such a boardin _
each community which has a post WAS ADOPTED BY ,,
office of the ,first or the second THE CITY COMMISSION OF .-. I I

class. In nearly all cities the civil THE CITY OF CLEWISTON,
service board is located at the post FLORIDA, ON JANUARY 7th, 3. Newspapers almost without exception

office. 1935, AND THE SAlmVILL

Before -paying money for tuition. PASSAGE BE BROUGHT' AT THE FOR FINAL'EXTnEGUJ.JAR "', refuse to take advertisements! from fakers, dishonest '
or signing contract, it is advisable MEETING OF SAID .
tounake: inquiry concerning the pro- COMMISSION ON FEBRUARY4th merchants or unreliable firms. -

spect of examinations. There is rea- 1935: I" -

son to believe that agents of some BILL,NO. 22. I i

schools deceive the public, as to the ORDINANCE, NO. 22. _' '
I 4. The /
cost prospectis less than
AN per
, probability of early examinations.No ORDINANCE TO LICENSE any
school -
advance informa-
tion regarding the need for em- BUSINESSES AND oc- other ,method. -
ployees or the probability of exam-
ISTON, FLORIDA; TO FIX I 5. Your advertisement appearing regularly

JUDGE IN AND FOR HENDRY TAXES, AND PROVIDING FOR v in any newspaper of standing and prestige also


IN, RE: ESTATE OF ) PRIVILEGES AND TO REGULATE BUSINESSES SAID [ marks your business as one of standing and '

I prestige

and each of }"ou'are hereby ORDINANCE. II I I
notified and required to present any I
claims and demands which you, or I
either of you, may have against the COMMISSION OF THE ,CITY OF II

estate ot John G. Lane, deceased, QLEWISTON, FLORIDA: I
late ot said County, to the County SECTION I. Definitions. The -I!
Judge of Hendry County, Florida tit following words and terms, when ,

\m\ ofuc? in t the ronr'\ Iwttw' at U-! uflcd In\ thla\ afiUuttucti! 11u.111\ \\y I pis I 1 .a t I! J 1 'l11''i1 j t11 .i jji l 1 m i t'1 'J" _' -__: "'"' ," .:' J .I'I ,



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