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 8, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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The city commission, at Its Feb- benefit sponsored i

DIVISION NO. 2 adopted ruary meeting the ordinance Monday proposed evening for, FUNDS TO SCHOOLSA the Club Clewiston for its Club Golf house and fund Country, was HERE WEDNESDAYThe

/ the licensing of liquor dealers in the held in the Clewiston Inn last Fri-

Funds were allotted In Washington city limits. resolution setting aside $3,800of day night. The dance was originallyplanned first exhibition of "'Donke}- 1

! this week for the completion of : The fee was set at $250 yearly Hendry county's share of the race I I for the Club House, but the of Baseball" In the Everglades will be

i the levee in Division 2, near Belle Ii I for each retail and for each wholesale track money for the use of the cold weather prevented the use presented by the Clewiston Kiwanis

1 Glade, when Secretary of War Dern dealer. The state and county license school board was passed by the j the large screen porch for dancing, Club next Wednesday evening on!

I approved the allottment of $425,000 I I''I fee Is $1250 for dealers outside county commissioners 'at the so plans were changed and the (dance the local diamond ball field, when
for that purpose: The money will defray -J of city limits and $1000 for lar meeting Tuesday in regu-I was held .at the Inn. the U. S. Engineers and the United

expenses of, completion of construction I dealers within city limits The $250 Members of the board of Music was provided by'Earl Simpson's States Sugar Corporation draft several -

: ;;' of levee and dredging of i i license fee for the city thus makes struction met jointly with the com I Show Boat ,orchestra from of their most valiant and skilled
, equal the total license paid all j I West Palm Beach. A substantial baseball players for .
i navigation channel in that division. by missioners, and presented their request -, a game.A
. Division ,2 includes' all that portion dealers, whether they are locatedin for financial help from the i: sum was realized for the club fund. plentiful supply of real donk

;i of. the Lake Okeechobee levee between the city limits or not. race track funds. i 1 1i I I i eys,' the Mexican burro variety la

;j Clewiston and Bacom Point. I The school officials asked for a, PROPOSES being Imported for the game, the
; Sections 2 and 3 are now nearing I'I 50-50 division of funds, but the final rules of which require that all players

,: completion by contractors, the Mc-GOVERNOR 'ORDERSENFORCEMENT action of the county board was to'' except the pitcher and catcherbe ,

Wllllams Dredging company of New divide the funds equally between the PLANTING OF STATE mounted, and an evening of fun !

: .' Orleans having ,built section 3, and two boards as money is received ,, for the spectators and of falls and

.' the ,Arundel corporation of' Baltimore OF from Tallahassee until $3,800 'has bumps for the players is assured.

. having built section 2. The 'remaining been given to the school board.Any LANDS IN ALFALFA No announcements are being

:l portion, section 3, extends LIQUOR LAWS money from the race track funds made, thus far, of the lineups for : :,

i '''''oin a point west of South Bay to after that ,will remain with the county -I I the games, as' players are looking

. nacom Point and will be built by board. i I Trustees of the State Internal ,Improvement forward with much apprehension to

., I 4." ..>" the government. The, three hydrauli Hendrv county. with a populationof E. L. Stewart, representativeelect :fund heard a proposal their first experience in donkey

"r....';,: i dredges. Gulfport, General and less than 3000 but with four licensed met with the boards and heard I I last week to place 1,200 acres of baseball.

1 Welatka will be used in the con- liquor dealers, was pointed the discussion on both sides. Mr.i I state-owned lands near Lake ''Okee- According to rules, all players are '

:.,:,. rtriT-tion, the Gulfport and the Gen- out by Governor Dave Sholtz this Stewart's presence was requested chobee under water control for thegrowing mounted except the, pitcher, catcher
ral alread at ,work on their and batter. The pitcher and catcher
are : wrek in a letter sent to all sheriffsin with a view to assisting in preparing of alfalfa on a large scale.

t location. The Welatka is undergoing the state notifying them that the a bill for introduction at the Fred C. Elliot, the board's engineer, must remain within the bounds ,of
"=:,; repairs and improvements: at a space marked off for them. The
I state expects a strict enforcementof spring session of the legislature. The was instructed to' determine the cost

. the Miami boatways and will be the law requiring licenses of boards agreed that preparations of the water ,control.O. batter, immediately upon making a
Okeecho'beel .
i, :, : .. brought back into Lake hit must mount a donkey for the ,
:: those' handling liquor in the state. should be made for Introducing a W. Randolph, of Toledo, Ohio,
';.; : the latter part of this month. circuit of the bases. Fielders not
,r :., I The percentage of licenses issued local bill to provide for Hendry who made the proposal, told the ,'
; \ Preparations for the arrival of alfalfa 'allowed to stray more than one step
ltii thus far in the state has been very I I coun"s share of the race track trustees that if cultivation of -
';*{ ;,+- the Welatka have been underway j jrnd from their mounts and that only to
'. small, and the governor calls,law en- funds to be divided equally with the is successful it would vastly en- '
; / ::5 : all auxiliary equipment, pipe I' recover the ball from the ground. "
. forcement officials to task in the school funds of the county. The local -. rich the state. He said "it will make
, '';? lines, etc.. are in place awaiting : :They must remount before throwingthe
". matter with the expectation that the bill is to be introduced at the the Everglades the greatest placein ,
:/ her arrival. A channel has been i ball.A .
:. ; : number of licenses will be Increased.It latter part of the session and then the state."
:' ? : dredged into her location:: and no complete set of rules has been
,. in the fail-, asked the trustees
.' is of interest that three of the only case legislature ,has Randolph composed -
time will be lost in placing her at drawn up for the game, which or-
\ .. '.' four liquor licenses, issued in this ed to make some state-wide provis- of Governor Dave Sholtz and
work when her repairs are completed. county are in the Clewiston precinct."In ion to take care of the needs 'of the members of his cabinet, to give hima iginated in Florida two seasons ago
',. and has had a large following wherever ''
one county of the state," said common schools of the state. free lease for five years on the
: In discussing the work ,on the it has been introduced. The ,
Governor Sholtz's letter "with a Other routine matters occupiedthe 1,200-acre tract, with the under-
", '. Lake Secretary Dern said "It is burros used in the game are specially -
that. state would
population of less than 3,000, four attention the board of county standing the pro-
highly important that important liquor licenses have, been paid- commissioners, including the des- vide and maintain water control for trained for their work. ,

provision be made at; this time for I Hendry county to be specific. ignation of the Hendry County Newsof the land. If this is done, he said he On Thursday two negro teams
completing the work in order that will battle that is _
"On the other hand there are LaBelle as the newspaper to pub- proposed to install a dehydrating
the program for the entire project I many counties In the state where lish the list of delinquent 1934 tax- plant for alfalfa, and cultivate ,the ilvalling that the Engineers and Sugar ,

: may proceed in orderly manner and liquor is being sold and no ,licenses es. The tax list is alternated between land 'in alfalfa, or else allow the Company in interest. The Har ,
without interruption..".. The U. S. I it lem Black Cats and the Benbow :{
have been procured the Clewiston News and the state to raise the crop and sell to
Army Engineers have planned their ; Midnight Ten are the two colored .
"It Is not at this time Hendry County ;
my purpose '
f'7" work that the entire South Shore
,,'! so teams.,
"The state lose Mr. Ran-
to single out individual counties that cannot ,
levee will be completed before the The admission prices are 10 and
1 are failing to meet requirements of dolph told the cabinet, "even if my
fall rains and the hurricane season 25 cents and the games are for the
experiment fails. If it successful,
the law but, you are the constituted
arrive. MAY benefit of the Kiwanis fund for the
j* authority in your county to enforcethe it will benefit, all the farmers in the

law and I am relying upon you Everglades area, and will place land Clewiston Community Recreation

Frost Does DamageIn for strict enforcement in accordancewith back on the tax rolls." Center.
,Awaits Kiwanis Field Is the second best
the recent decision of the at- Investigation.
lighted field for baseball and dia-
Lake Section torney general to the ''effect that a Governor Sholtz and other mem-
mond ball In the state, and the don-
r person, before engaging in the sale SCHOOL BUILDINGPossibilities bers of the trustee board said they
key baseball game will prove full
of alcoholic liquors which are not approved the proposal in general,
A heavy to light frost visited the
of thrills, laughter and fun for the
Lake Okeechobee section Monday of malt, vinous or fruit juice char- but that they would await Elliot's spectators.

night and brought some damage to acter, must prpcure a permit and license of a new high school report on the cost of water control

truck crops in the fertile muck in accordance with the laws. building for Clewiston loom this before giving Randolph an answer. Judge Gives Decision I .

lands. The thermometer, recorded Your prompt, attention and early week after an inspection of the pres- "We ought to be sportsmen

:.- 29 degrees in Clewiston with varying' -I report is requested." ent ,building was made by engineers enough' to co-operate;: in this, and On Store Lease Here

temperatures near the freezing The number of licenses issued in from the, office of the FERA Public lend every effort, since this land
point. The coldest period was between Hendry county reflects<<;! credit upon Building Survey of the State Plan- must be placed under water control

" .0 G and 7 o'clock Tuesday Ilts law enforcement officials. ning Board. sooner or later," Governor Sholtz M. Victor Blate, of Winter Haven -

.' morning, when ice was, formed in The survey party headed 'by Ern- said. formerly of Clewiston, has been

shallow pools of wat r, and dew I "Sk'apy" Cothern Is est R. Kyzer and including J. Bild- Comptroller' J. M. Lee suggestedthat awarded a decision by Circuit Judge .

froze on vegetables in some loca- erback, draftsman and W.. Elmore convicts be put to work on the George W. Whitehurst In court action )

tions. Burned Badly ,at PlayLittle estimator, arrived in Hendry county water control. Nathan Mayo, com-I brought to obtain occupancy of ';,

The intensity cf frost varied with I Saturday and have made their headquarters missioner of agriculture, approved'he I the store building now occupied by

the relation of the location to the in the office of Louis O. project in general, but said he the 'B. and B. Cash Grocery. '
"Skippy" (Van, jr.) Coth-
lake. A section between Lake Har- Gravely in the court house at La-, was "disgusted with the way things It appeared that Mr. Blate holds a
i :. c':' '-:<,_., bor and t Belle Glade, was reported II ern, two and one-half year old son I Belle. i have been handled" in the Ever- lease on the store building which
cf V. H. Cothern and Mrs.
'as fairly free from it,. while fields The survey will include an inspection -i glades work, carried on by the state.A takes legal precedence over the lease

nearer the east and west edges of Cothern, was severely burned here of all public buildings in the I prison farm Is maintained in the held by the B. and B. on the same
Thursday morning when he fell overa
. the lake were harder hit. county even the small rural schools Everglades area.' building.Mr. .
- boiler of hot water at the homeof ]
', There was considerable damage and recommendations, will be madeto Blate is a member of the firm
his grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. .
( to beans. but high winds which had1E5 M. Hare. the state planning board for sling Weekly Honor Roll of Blate Brothers which operated a
*. prevailed during the unusually cool and repairing which they be- dry goods and furnishings store here
Skippy almost immediate '
weather for two weeks previous had medical treatment, but his burnsare lotment of funds to do all expand- In Primary GradesMrs. for a number of years In the buildIng -

alrrady damaged the bean crop, so lieve necessary.'It used by the Clewiston Drug-
:severe and painful. Practicallyhis i
it 'cannot be determined just '''how is understood that the survey I Company. The firm moved from hereto
entire from the waist
body downis I
much of the loss is attributable to party will recommend an addition "''. C. Prewitt has instituted Winter Haven more than a year_

the frost and how much the wind. deeply burned. to the LaBelle school, which will I '% weekly honor roll among pupilsrf

; i,:".':. ;; '" :- J. E. Beardsley on Tuesday made Mrs. Cothern had'removed the include additional class rooms and the second and third grades, the ago.The legal action of, the Elates to I
boiler of water from the stove and
a report to the state marketing an auditorium. nupils keeping records of their behavior obtain possession of the store build-
placed it on the floor of the little
'" bureau, covering the territory from Probably no'school in the state during the week on a daily ing, one of the best business loca- I
i porch'. adjoining the kitchen for a
Miami Locks to Benbow, and estimated I 'needs an auditorium and additional 'hart. Reliability punctuality ander'onal tions in Clewiston, is taken as an ,

a 70 percent damage to moment. Skippy evidently attempted class rooms more than does the : habits are the three points I indication that the' firm will again I
to reach It for when
beans, 20 percent to peas and 25 over a toy Clewiston: school.Recommendation. judged daily for the honor roll. operate a store here.
he lost his balance fell
and over
; ? percent to tomatoes. Only the larger for a. new jail: This week's honor roll Includes: ,A stay of execution was grantedthe I

tomato, plants suffered injury, the the scalding water. for Hendry county will be made by Jackie Hastings, Martin Waldron, B. and B. Grocery as their attorney -

rt younger ones escaping entirely.The The attractive little curlyhairedboy the survey party at the request of Matthew McKenzie, Sue Von Mach. L. O. Gravely, announced he

,. frost came a bit unexpectedly with his winning smile Is greatly the Board of County Commissioners Alice Akins, Nickie Schlffll, Fred would appeal the decision to the jl
loved In the much
.,- after predictions during practically community it was stated In LaBelle today. Gary, Willie Smith, Lula Christman, supreme court. .
'& all the ten concern Is felt over his' serious condition BilJie Wright Alfred Southard, Bet- Oxford and Cutts of
.' days of cold weather The structure to cost $25,000with The firm, I
,1., 'prior, but a number of farmers who an additional $800 for the land. I tv McDuffie, Douglas Emanuel, Dick Lakeland, represented Mr. Blate. II I

; : watch thermometers closely, realized Whittington, Christine Reddish, and I I
.; r. .. :' the danger and covered a large LaDeen Peters. '
'. ,' '. portion of their crops. No injury Building Addition to Those who have a record of 100 City Improving Lots

,,:, ,': was done' to fields thus protected.Miss Oyster-Pie supper, given as percent in spelling are: Bllle Wright," j'
:.; .' a benefit by members of the Ladles Dixie Crystal Bldg.Mrs. Jimmie Butler, Wayne McMullen, Adjoining Highway

'" Olive Laurenson left Tuesday Aid Society of the Community Alfred Southard, LaDeen Peters, j

.'". '! : evening for Orlando to be at Church, was a huge success. The Christine Reddish. Annette Simpson,
'f I
.f': : the bedside of her mother Mrs. Jane supper, under the direction of Mrs.F. Mary Hayes Davis is build- Dick Whittington, Douglas Eanuel The City of Clewiston is improving south-

,1; Laurenson, who died Wednesday M. Wright and Mrs. J. E. Beards- Ing an addition to the Dixie Crystal Rue Von Mach, Nickie Schiffli and those, vacant lots on the and
Atlantic j
',.: .' morning after a long illness. Miss ley, netted the Society $127.00. Theatre building for living quartersfor Fred Gary. of the highway between
: Laurenson is a stenographer in the About 215 patronized the supper, the operator of the projection Pacific avenues. Several of the lots 1

.I j U. S. Engineer sub-office here, and and a number of lovely gifts which machine at the theatre. have been graded, and will be planted -

; her mother resided with her until had been donated to the Society The new room Is located at the Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hill had as in Bermuda grass and beautifiedwith

her Illness became so acute several were auctioned off after the sup- rear of the theatre and is being fur- their guests Sunday, Mr. Hill's par- shrubs, in keeping with the at-

,'. weeks ago that she was removed to per. The affair was held at the nished in stucco to correspo 'l with ents; Mr. and Mrs J. J. Hill and tractiveness of the park across the

c; -;" a hospital school building. the building itself 'Mrs: Page and son, of Fort Myers. hJ liway. j, ? i

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amounts as small as $25, and as explained northwest of Pelplng. Infantry-and I I

'CURRENT EVENTS by the Treasury department aviation units are being sent from

would be sold below par. There wouldbe Chengteh, capital of Jehol province, BRISBANE

no Interest but each six months against Tanin and Tokochen, adjacentto

the bonds would appreciate In valueat the Jehol-Chahar border. The Jap- .i.iC

EVIEW the rate of 2% per cent, plus con- anese claim both towns belong to the
pounded earnings. Manchukuo regime. Notice to vacate

Huge sums are Involved : first, the the, towns has already been, Issued to w I

creation of a revolving bond authorization the Chinese controller of the province. '

PRESENTS'' "SOCIAL fund of $2.r>00.000,000: ; and second Japan's action Is seen by Chinese I Old Age Pensions

PRESIDENT PLAN"GOLDRULING the consolidation of the two pres- leaders as a determined gesture to In- Does Lashing Do Good? If You Eat Starches I

SECURITY ent revolving funds ,of $10.000,000,000 timidate Mongolian princes of Inner 1 'Those Cosmic Rays I

DEFERRED. each Into a joint 20000000.000 fund Mongolia and to rut the overland route ;I 6,000-Year-Old Graves, Meals, Sweets Read This II

for bills, certificates and notes. connecting Pel ping with Urga, capitalof I I
By EDWARD W. PICKARD Soviet controlled Outer Mongolia.The Financial conservatism is agitated They're All Necessary Foods

Western Newspaper Union. because old-age pensions as:: planned,
statesmen anxiously situation is viewed with consId- But All Acid Forming.

most far-flung innovation the EUROPEAN developments In the can- erable apprehension by Soviet Russia. moderately, by the President, would Hence Most of Us lave"AcidStomach" :

THE and the Bel- The drive will bring Japanese military cost one billion dollars a year. Conservatism -
Deal has proposed thus far- tons of Eupen Malmedy on At Times. Easy i

the "social security plan" proposed by gian frontier as gendarmerie re-en- operations Into direct contact with the might !better woiry about Now to Relieve. I

President Roosevelt-has aroused a forcements were rushed to arrest Nazi borders of Outer Mongolia, and prac- Doctor Townsend's plan to give two

storm of discussion. agitators who have been advocating an- tically all high officials of the terri- hundred dollars a month to everybodypast Doctors say that much of the so-

i Administration adher- nexation of that territory with the Ger- tory who have been attending the sixty years of age, and cost at' called "indigestion," from which so

ents greeted the man reich. Loyalists report a campaign Soviet anniversary celebrations In Mos- least twenty-four thousand millions a many of us suffer, is really acid in-

scheme with wild enthusiasm of terrorism has been carried on cow have hurried back to their pro year., digestion brought'about by too
foods in
acid-forming ourmodern
1 i while the op- against those who have refused to joinan vinces. Conservatism might: also worry about many diet. And that there is now a

position, led by Sena- organization directed by the Brown billions spent uselessly In state,' national way to relieve this often in

tor Borah. Idaho, has Shirts. The Belgian government Is expected -, TilE final fate of NRA seems to be or local government costs, and minutes I '

voiced vigorous cri'u- to lodge a complaint with the to the President. Reports from taxes that run above thirteen thou- Simply take Phillips' Milk of

cisms. League o'r- Nations.A I the capital say the National Industrial sand million dollars a year., Magnesia after meals. Almost immediately -

All business In con celebration was recently held over I Recovery board, successor to Gen. this acts to neutralize the

gress has been sidetracked the Saar vote and manifestoes were Hugh Johnson, who At Wilmington, Del.; ., three young stomach acidity that brings on your

..t to permit im- posted on the street corners'urging the rF' asserts NRA Is "as men, eighteen, twenty and twentythreeyears trouble.stomach I'You" "forget you have a

mediate action on the residents to "follow the example of the extinct as the dodo." old, were lashed, in public, a
President proposed measure. Saar. Return to the fatA rlJDd. Thou- has avoided a direct crowd of one hundred looking on., Try this just once I Take either" ,the
familiar liquid "PHILLIPS' or.
Roosevelt pubIc hearings have sands of Incendiary pamphlets, said to recommendation that' After the lashing, on the bare back, now the convenient new Phillips'

already been started In the senate have been printed in Germany, have the Institution bemade the youths began ten-year prison sen- Milk of Magnesia Tablets. But be

finance committee, and the house ways also been distributed. permanent. Since tences foi burglary., The lash frightens sure you get Genuine "PHILLIPS'.

and means committee has postponed The cantons which were taken from this was evidently criminals more than imprisonment, .

consideration of the bonus bill to work Germany under the Versailles' treaty done with the approval as was proved In London, where an Also in Tablet Form:

on the security plan. This is being have considerable commercial Impor- tst" ,:..) Ydi of 'the Presi- epidemic of "garrotting" ended as soon Phillips'Milk of Magnesia Tablets
>,.N )>, are now on sale at all drug stores
done at the President's behest. The tance. Formerly a part of Rhenish dent, the future of the as the lash was used. But what will everywhere.Each tiny

plan provides : Prussia, they have an area of about b1 k&1 Blue Eagle seems to : be the mental state of those young men lent tablet of is a the teaspoonful equiva -" r:4:

Flexible, but compulsory unemployment 400 square miles and a population In Donald be somewhat clouded. when they leave, prison after long as- of Genuine Phiiiips'.s,,

Insurance ,.under a federal-state excess of 00,000 people. Eupen boasts R.chberg. The board of which' sociation with experienced criminals. Milk of Magnesia. / w

system restricted to workers and spinning mills and other establishments Donald, Rlchberg Is .and constant brooding on the humili- PHILLIPS' wLit.

financed by a 3 per cent tax on pay connected with the textile industry, chairman, pointed out three possible ation and pain of the lashing?

rolls after January 1, 1938. The gov- Iron foundries, machine shops and tan- courses which the President can follow. Can it be hoped that they will be reformed cfiLlaz

ernment will aid In bearing administration neries. ,The first course would be to make or be anything except' con- -

costs, and the treasury will han- NRA permanent, but In simplifiedform. firmed 'criminals, and: enemies of society -'

dle the fund. Ninety per cent of the WASHINGTON'S most talked of ro- Under this plan, every Industry ?

pay roll tax Is to be refunded to em- in the marriageof would have to go under a code fixing Conversation Faults

ployers who contributed to state un- Anna Roosevelt Dall, daughter of wage and hour limits and prohibiting Most of the faults of conversationare

employment plans. A maximum of $15a the President and Joha Boettiger, child labor. Trade practice provisions A learned German says he has dis- committed not by those who talk

week of compensation to begin four newspaper man. The ceremony was I would be entirely voluntary. In rare, covered the source of "cosmic rays"that little but by those who talk too

weeks after the worker loses his Job performed in the Roosevelt town houseIn cases where price fixing Is employed, bombard all space, constantly much.-Emily Post.
passing through body
your althoughyou
and to last for not more than sixteen New York, and the couple left Immediately the government, not the industry,
I don't know it, driven by the ter-
weeks Is contemplated.The on .a short,honeymoon trip. would fix the price.
rific energy of billions of volts. The
second part of the plan pro- The bride was divorced from her hus- The second course would be to extend -
professor suggests that the bombardment
vides for old-age pensions. The gov- band, Curtis B. Dall, in Reno last July the NRA as It now stands, but '

ernment Is to co-operate with the 31. Four months earlier Boettiger secured for a limited period. Unless legisla- may occasionally break down a
few of the atoms In the human ,
states and pay a maximum of $30 a a divorce In Chicago. tion of this kind Is enacted, the act CHAPPEDLIPS
thus slowly changing
month to persons over sixty-five. The will expire automatically on June 1C. heredity.

national governmept is also to aid The third course would amend and That sounds like great deal of trou-
RATIFICATION of the, world court ble, to change,heredity, which depends,
states in formulating a plan for; per- setback when extend the NRA.DEFENSE .
protocols a
sons under sixty-five which will be really, on the right girl choosing the
Senator Hiram Johnson, Republican, kind of for
right father her children.
employer Bruno
financed jointly by and employee attorneys for
California, bitterly denounced such action -
through a pay: roll tax; the, Indicate they will To quickly relieve
"back doorentry"
funds' to 'be handled by the federal as a continue to pin their hopes on the Doctor Sukenik professor of archeology chapping, roui hness.
to the Leagueof In the Hebrew of Jerusalem cracking,apply soolning,
government ; the amount of pensionsto mysterious Isador Fisch, little German University; -
Nations, and sen- cooling Mentholalum.Give's .
be a percentage of the employee'swage furrier, whom they claim was the kId- has discovered graves six thou-
ate leaders rather
; with non-manual employees receiving s< than risk Immediate naper of Baby Charles Lindbergh, and sand years old, that go far back of
more than $250 a month to be ,who used the accused ex-carpenter as Moses and Job and others well known

exempt from the plan. ; vote, delayed defi- an unwitting accomplice. Fisch died These 'graves were dug, and filled I iCOM FORT-D//y

The third section of the scheme pro- nite Senator action. Johnson's from tuberculosis In Germany. long before the Jewish nation had I

vides for appropriations to give bet- Efforts have been made to link Fisch made Jerusalem their principal city

ter facilities to caring for mothers, attack came on the with every phase of the case-the when other, earlier races inhabited ,the HELP KIDNEYSIF
heels of
a special
and dependent and crippled children, Lindbergh household, the ransom notes, site of "old Jerusalem."
to the senate
and the fourth section would furnish and the ransom money. Cross-exami- your kidneys function badly
from President Roose-
larger appropriations for public health nation of the defense counsel always Names that sound strange to West and you' have a lame aching

aid, Investigation and research. Sen. Hiram velt who asked for swings\ back to the theory that Fisch ern ears figure in the case of Tony back with attacks of dizziness,

Cost of the entire program to, the Johnson early ratification of was really the murderer of the child. Fon Lew, "Chinese doll bride." She burning, scanty or too frequent
the protocols. It was urination, getting up at night,
federal will be connection with and, her alleged father Mr. Gin
government $100,000 the most determined movement yet This will be used In Lem swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic

.. 000 next year and $200.000,000 in suc made to put the United States into the the expressed alibi of Hauptmann that are accused of arranging marriages, pains use Doan's Pills.

ceeding years. The cost to the states court. he was calling for his wife at her taking money and then not marrying. Doan's are especially for poorly

will be $75,000,000 next year and $150- Other place of employment on the night of 1\11\ ,". Kack Lew Gee, angry Chinese functioning kidneys. Millions of:
senators it Is said
000,000 In succeeding years. Some idea March 1, 1932, and several witnessesto merchant, says he paid $1SOO to mar boxes are, used every year. Theyare

of the size of the plan may be gained ready to follow Johnson's lead, par- confute the state's claim that Haupt ry the toy bride.))lJt got no bride. recommended the country over.
ticularly Senator Borah, long time foe .. Ask neighbor
from the report of the Presid nt'S' cab- mann was seen near the Uopewell Other interesting names figure In a
of the court.
inet which said reserves for old-age (N. J.) estate on the day the crime discussion that almost caused war between -
Johnson supported his opening at- DOAf4'S PilLS
pensions must be maintained after took place will be called. Several oth- the Los Angeles Hop Sing Tong
tack the court
on by offering four em-
some years at $$15,230,000,000.. er "surprise" witnesses 'are expectedto and the Four Families Association,
barrassing reservations to the resolu-
be by Edward Reilly, chief Chinese sound
tion of ratification : produced names strange to our
XTB\Y DEALERS sighed with relief' attorney for Hauptmann. ears, but Jones or Robinson would Calcia7aaIiliVoWe
1. Prohibit the court from entertaining -
as the Supreme court recessed Meanwhile the state continued Its at- sound ridiculous to the Chinese. Fon,
jurisdiction on any question relating -
until February 4 without handing down wholly or In part to its Internal tempts to show that Hauptmann Lew and her pretended father ran

Its decision In the gold cases, thus affairs. financed his brokerage accounts with away to China, but will]] be brought

giving the, administration more time the $50,000 ransom money. ,Two certified ,back and Gin Lem will be tried for
In which to prepare legislation designed 2. Permit recourse to the court only public accountants, both governmentmen violating the Mann act. An accusa Protect your skin with a powder that

to handle the situation In the by agreement through general or spe- were called by the state to estab- tion that will always puzzle him. : is mildly antiseptic and at the same
cial treaties between the parties In time fine, soft and smooth as silk.
event the court renders an adverse lish their claim that although the accused essential
oriental balsamic
dispute. Fragrant,
decision. was In the market In a small The Saar plebiscite certainIn of
3. Prohibit the court and the leagueof as was oils comprise the medication _
At the same time the court promised nations from trying to way prior to the kidnaping, his accounts advance, proves to be superficiallya Cnticnra Talcum. Instantly upon
assume jur-
to decide a case presenting a clearcuttest suddenly Increased after the victory for Hitler. In reality, it touching the skin these oils start their

of the constitutionality of the national isdiction on any question which de- ransom money was, paid. 'At one time proves the devotion of Germans to soothing, healing work and you are -

recovery act, and which will pends'Doctrine.upon or_ relates to the Monroe prior to the kidnaping, Hauptmann Germany under any conditions. protected against irritation.

probably have considerable effect upon closed 'out an account listing fifty With the population of the Saar Price 25c.
4. Declare the United States, by Proprietors: Potter Drug & Chemical
the ultimate fate of the already be- shares of stock and received an equityof more than 05 per cent German, voters Corporation,Maiden,Mass.
joinIng[ the court, assumes no obligations -
draggled Blue Eagle. $600, but afterward transactions were asked whether they wished once

The justices during the next two totaling 5350,000 In the next thirty more to resume German citizenship. I

weeks will write opinions on cases Through Johnson's action, these. months were carried on by him. throw In their lot with France, or re,

heard recently, including In all prob- questions must be voted upon beforea This sudden increase, the defense main suspended In the air as wards BLAMM1STOCK
final vote can be reached on the
ability the momentous suits 'testing resolution of adherence. asserts, was the ,result of Hauptmann of the' League of Nations. It was ......
validity of congressional action In being the unsuspecting "front" for the certain that Germans would vote for

canceling gold payment clauses In Although the question has been sidetracked shadowy Fisch. The ;ittle furrier, It Is Germany.Our fl and POULTRY
$100,000,000,000 worth'of and for a time, It will be broughtup
claimed, was often seen with Haupt- -
private securities. It Is expected that soon It Is ,said, and Senator Rob- Medicines are Reliable
mann in a New York broker's office, national defense authorities are t
the court will render its decision inson, Democratic leader, has stated
soon ,and although all the transactions were delighted because a great American O Blackman's Medicated Lick-
that he was confident of ratification.
after 4 since it
February has
showna carried In Hauptmann's name, It was navy plane labeled XP2H-1 flew non A-Brik

disposition to rule as quickly as pos really Fisch who was conducting the stop to'the Canal'Zone from Norfolk. o Blackman's Stock Powder
SPIRATIONS of half dozen
sible in all matters a candidates -
Involving New A market operations and who furnishedthe 2,000 miles In 25 hours. Amelia
Blackman's Cow Tonic
Deal legislation.; for the more or less obscure O
capital. Earhart flew 2,400 miles In
ottice of Vice President were definitely e Blackman's Char-Med-Sal
dissipated when word was quietly The question of the banking and 19 hours, alone, without sleep. (for Host)

LEGISLATION which would permit passed that President Roosevelt will brokerage accounts is looked upon, by And a Russian plane has flown 7,500 e Blackman's Poultry Tablets
to buy govern- both sides as very Important In Its
miles nonstop. o Blackman's Poultry Powder
again team up with the genial Texanin
ment securities which
and for
provides bearing on the motive of the crime. need
Uncle Sam, to equal Russia,
the 1936 campaign.
Highest Quality Lowest Price
radical changes In
government .
The state asserts Hauptmann wanted
only multiply that 2,000-mile nonstop
cing has been introduced in the Considerable talk has been circulatedthat
house money In order to live without work- flight by three, and add 1,500 miles to Satisfaction Guaranteed or
by Chairman Doughton of the a more liberal running mate for e.l
house his '
Ing, and to satisfy passion for the total. your money back.
ways and means committee.The the President would be desirable In stock market speculation.

bill, prepared hy the Treasury\ the next campaign, and it was sug- California has horse racing with BUY FROM YOUR DEALER

department places the administration gested that the choice might fall on
Increasing Importance of the crowds attend the
Inflation. Secretary Wallace or Secretary Ickes,
squarely against It
nt as an outlet for American
In the parl-
but reliable track, and the total betting Chattanooga, Tenn.
an apparently Indi-
authority to raise money necessary for source trade, and the swift convergence of European I mutuel system is heavy. The state
cates there will be no change In the
the public works, social security and '
air lines that
winning combination of 1932. upon area have will get part of the money, not a great WNU-7 5-35
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prompted rapid advancement of
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expectedto with
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4,000 seduce transportation hetween large sums supplied by citizens of or
Under provisions of the measure troops In preparation for a drive Into the Orient and the New world by CO California. NEWELL PHARftlACAL COMPANY Users
XtO.CUyton Station, St.Louie,Mo.
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SYNOPSIS" gated brow In both hands and pon- He escorted Lanny out to her car gelloti. "She resents us, Amadeo," liquid laxatives have become. The ;!
dered. "Gatlin Gatlin Penelope and 'with a flashlight examined It very said he. right liquid laxative gives the right ;
kind of help-and the right amountof t
'. Th'c!a&re Gatlin adopts a baby, "pene- Gatlin Now, where have I run across:; carefully again for signs of blood. He "Oh, I hope not, Pat. Let us hopeIt help. When the dose is repeated,
:s: lope," ,In, an effort to solve his matrimonial that name In my business? I don't found ,two dried splotches and wiped Is not us'she resents but our hon instead of more each time, you take i

x! I wanted troubles.her, and But their his affairs wife end has usually forget names, and 1 seem to them away before permitting her to orable profession." The wretch bowed less. Until the bowels arc moving s i

:+ In never the divorce court. Ten-year-old remember I had a call once for some depart again "Thank you Miss Lanning." regularly and thoroughly without aid. I 6
,i. Penelope Is given into the keeping of body by that name or else, somebodyby "As ,Lanny entered the driveway and And both gentlemen entered. People who have experienced this I
J Mrs. Gatlin. At a baseball game a ball that name, called on me.. It was a .paused' In front of her garage, there Lanny led them down the hall to her comfort, never return to any form of
Mrs. Gat-, help that can't be regulated! The
strikes Penelope on the nose.
I'll have to look that in
longtime ago. were no detectives sight, although
3 lin spirits the child to Europe. Gatlin tiny drawing room. Angelloti, like a liquid laxative generally used is Dr.
wills Penelope all his money, and Is up-I wonder If there's anything in there might have been had she deemedit hound, followed close behind -her, but Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It contains
.' .. :'" about,.to begin a search for her: whena the files at headquarters." the part of wisdom to glance care- Flynn was In no hurry. He swept the serma and cascara, and these are
::.' .:. ;' : motor accident ends his life. Some It was midnight before Nance Belden's fully about her. She unlocked the runner in the hall with a natural laxatives that form no habit.
.:. ;'j' ;:':, ten ;years later, In San Francisco, Stephen flashlight It relieves condition of biliousnessor
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,.: ': two were Installed with garage. door, climbed back In her car, first then followed his partner into a
.. Burt, rising young psychiatrist,
,:\. :f:. ". Is presented by Dan McNamara chief her In Dan, McNamara's house. Lanny drove In, stopped the motor and the drawing room, and sat down sluggishness without occasional upset.To .
i :- .' of police, with a new patient-Nance looked both men over carefully and switched off the lights. Then she got heavily on a divan. relieve your upsets
.." :'; : ;" Belden, a girl with a dual personality, confided to the chief that she wouldn't out, closed and locked the garage door safely and comfortably, try Syrup
this to be
'1 1 ;, .,.. for which' her "saddle nose" is In part .a long IntervIew1"Lanny Pe sm. The druggist has it.
,I trust either one of them as far as she and turned on an electric light switchon asked cheerfully., -.
responsible.: McXamara:: does not think
i"' \,-' she .Is a criminal and obtains Burt's could throw a bear by its tail, to the doorpost to light her way up- P. Flynn shook his".head. "A min- &
- ,_:',t, .:';>, :;,'": testimony in court. Lanny, the doctor's which Mr. McNamara replied that one stairs to her kitchen. ute or two." .ea7e&;
", 11'.. office nurse Is also won over. Nance's of them couldn't raise any deviltry If Then she almost screamed. Two big "Then I'll not bother giving )
criminal record outweighs Doctor you any-
; Burt's explanation of her case and she he wanted to, while the other dared fellows wearing soft bars were stand- thing to drink." JilSYRUP! PEPSIN
I' Is sent to San Quentin penitentiary. not Moreover, this latter was the ing behind her car, gazing at her owl- "Well, It might take ten minutes, at
4 Lanny visits her and Nance persuades only practical nurse he could secure.A ishly. Instantly Lanny switched off the that," Flynn countered."At .

confederate her to smuggle of Nance out steals.a letter Nance which escapes a- trained nurse might talk ; on the light, got her little pistol out of her least that," Angelloti agreed.

I '! although shot, and goes to Lan- I other hand, this friend of Nance's had bag and switched the light on again. "Besides, Pat she works for a doctor The Goat
': ,.-,' >, : .' ...L.f; ,f ny's apartment. Lanny tells Chief McL I been educated to keep his mouth shut. "Now what do you two handsome and her stuff Is probably good! old "Is wife economical old boy?"
1.. Namara, who orders her to bring Nance your ,
"And a very great virtue, McNamara devils want? she demanded. prescription "
f. : his goods. "Oh We do without practi-
.to apartment. Details of Nance'sescape very.
added. "His freedom Is in keepingand Like automatons the threw back
my "
"We been hours out In
the cold
'. > < are made public.! cally everything I need."
,:: I my honor is in his, so we have fo their lapels and disclosed their shields., Flynn added sadly.

7; >; ." : ,: : ../,;:, trust each other. Besides, It's high "Cops or no cops," Lanny announced Lanny mixed her guests each a

" ... : f': ''c. :: CHAPTER V-Continued time you got home" "my garage is my castle, and you highball. P. Flynn drank half of his
.- .1,, : .:,',',; ''' -11- "How ,about those two cops waitingfor can't come into, It uninvited without a at a gulp, set down his glass and said :

: 'J 5> ;. :. "Nance had no' right to be there," me?" search warrant." "Well: where's Nance Belden?"

:"r/: .}' $f-: :,,,, i the man protested to McNamara. "The "Greet them kindly, ask them their The two detectives looked at each "I see by the papers she escaped
, ," :,' ":;F -.- poor kid's queer." He tapped his fore- business and invite them to talk It other and Lanny realized that they from San Quentin about six hours

,: <:;'. 'j 3<:}:;;, ,,_.' head. "But she framed a sweet geta ago." I I
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:';':>;. t.tr: : ',' way, If it would work, and we figure r G,, "She came here," Flynu charged. I
-;'/..."-, :\ /.' It might So we thought we'd give the 11 1 .0, "Prove it," Lanny challenged tartly; II
.:" ;' .> t f.:' ;:::!: girl a hand. She s all right. I've gota whereupon Flynn went out into the I
.''":',:,. :' ? '" blind brother that would have starved entrance hall and returned, draggingthe 1 1

.,\,4. 'ski{:'," to death if it hadn't been for Nanc pcz end of the hall runner with him. i
,f .t):, .'.<' ;' Belden ; as for the man the doctor's 3r c:A II He turned it over and revealed a large

j'',. 1\..:::: :: working over now, Nance took care ;of; dark red spot. "Blood !" he an-

"r :,' ': his wife while he was in the stir. +SV h : 't ?t2V: Xtixu yh<4i F} ,y:1 '9Y 1' .n. qw .., nounced.

'. .: Helped her when 'she had a baby.. Angelloti touched the spot. "Fresh WHEN YOU NEEDA
: "'k':" -. Chief, that girl's' a saint. The only blood !" ,
t :' ',' trouble with her Is that she's a devil, "Human blood," Flynn \ ent on. LAXATIVETake

' too. You never know how to figure Quite; a clot'of It. She must have Sargon Soft Mass Pills the mile
,; her. fainted after Miss Lanning let her In but very effective treatment designed to i
"You've figured her right. Shes a Undoubtedly she lay several minutesin give relief from constipation and bilious-

,:..". ,' queer. And what's your wounded 4 the hall bleeding while Miss Lan- ness by stimulating the flow of bile from
':::','-;':__ .": friend been doing since he got out of ning was fixing a bed for her." the liver, thus cleansing the system in a
stir? What did he get:in for?" "We know she came here," Angelloti natural way. They are pleasant to take,
leave no bad after effects and are not
., r-. : "He In for charged. "We found two of
'-, :; .,. got bootlegging and he's spots habit forming. They act as Nature's assist-
been bodyguard for a boss bootlegger blood on the sidewalk." ant in keeping you well. '
since he got out." "That ,settles It," Flynn declared
Sargon Soft Mass Pills are for sale by
"H-m-m-m And what's your spe- with ponderous finality "Miss Lan- all good drug stores.Help .
cialty?" ning. you have this female 'convict

. "I don't know what line I'll take up secreted in your house and I advise

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United States army disciplinary bar- t her up" he wheedled, "and we'll just Kidneys ".

racks on Alcatraz island a month. I give It out that we caught her tryingto

was a soldier-and I poked an officer." elk as ''+ K y. get into your house during your S If Bladder poorly make functioning you suffer: Kidneys from Getting and ',.'

: .. "Oh, you're the machine-gunner, eh? absence. We'll protect you." Up Nights Nervousness Rheumatic '';"

". Learned to shoot in the army I sup- "Search my house," Lanny offeredIn e Pains Itching, Stiffness or Acidity, Burning try the guaranteedDoctor'sPrescriptionCystexSisstex Smarting. ,
U''i'' :.: .:;.. : pose?" a queer, choked voice. She loathed )

:>; '" ,:< :.,:: ': "If I hadn't, I'd have killed that herself for having overlooked that large Cystelt Must tack Only fix 751 yon atdruggute.tip or money

:": ''.,.,: : :;t\: guard. I could have gotten him if I blood stain on her hall runner.,
'.t'M:::, ..,A ,'.: ;,;, cared to, but instead I scared him with TO BE CONTINUED.
i yS.," .;' ,"" overs and shorts. Did I sweep the
.; Banks Fishing Gets Its
.. roof of that lookout tower?" -
./ Name From Ocean Bottom
"You certainly did-and rattled the :>

,.. I man at the Browning gun there. Well, Banks fishing gets Its name from the 1 autootts y

';;,;.':?;:.,.., c' you're quite a fellow What does 'Sa banks or hilly portions of. he: ocean st is ut t Ic.
.i Y t :.' ; your friend, the chauffeur, do?" bottom, found between the shore and our ow(uly teEuoy ate n -
-. "Delivers bootleg. He took a chance the deep waters of the Atlantic. The or.lieyeb .
t muls
'::,:-. for a friend." main banks range from the Grand toy 'ebv t
.' "You may go," said Dan McNamara Banks off Newfoundland to the I,'
to the chauffeur "Take your car and George's Banks, off Nova Scotia. Deepsea ,-
'i' beat it. But I'll remember you and if 01"j. -.. vessels are very sturdily built.
'' t ::3-c:: ;' ; .\, you pull any rough stuff in this city Mist of them are driven by sails, sup-
', .'.. ;1' I'll land you out In the grass. On your H !: .' <: plemented by auxiliary power, but

way." y5' .- ,. : ., .::.';,;.<, ) some of them are' steam driven, having YARNS
The man fled promptly; and Dan a relatively large displacement of 100 Types and BOO Colors to choose from.
!' turned to the ex-soldier. "I've got from 230 to ,300 tons gross. Price Rinse from
:Nance out at my house," he explained. The ,fish taken In banks fisheries, lOc to 25c PER OUNCE
J Lanny Almost Screamed. Instantly She Switched Off the Light, Got Special-Imported Scotch Tweed and
! "Doctor Burt has fixed her I : I the Montreal Herald De 2So! Ounce
f up and I'm Her Little Pistol Out of Her Bag and Switched the Light on Again. says are toalnly Boucle Lano. per
p not going to turn her .in Neither amI cod. haddock, hake and pollock, and Prompt Service on Mail Orders-4 .
going to turn her out, because she over before they can tell you what it appreciated her very much indeed. I are caught for the dried fish trade. Outlet Embroidery Supply Co.
wouldn't be out two hours before she'dbe is. When they tell you permit them to "She's a lawyer," said one of them. The long line method is chiefly used. 55 Dept.W,754 6IhAve..N.Y.Cor.ZSth.

picked up. That saddle nose of search your home, and be cheerful "Not a very good one, though," the Ten or more dories are usually car-
i. hers Is a dead-gh e-away." about It." other replied. "However Pat, let her ried by each boat and these are putto PROSPECTIVE MOTHERS
The man nodded lugubriously. The phone rang and Dan answeredIt. have her own way. A woman"-the sea with two fishermen In each I
.... "We've ,got to find a quiet spot for When he rejoined Lanny he was outrageous fellow bowed low-"and boat. The long line or trawl has at- Mrs. Elcsc Crcnshaw
}. your friend, too," the chief went on smiling broadly. "You're i: bum mop- particularly a young and beautiful i tached to it, at Intervals of about six I : of Ga.1813, said Ellia: St."Before,Augusta.the ".',

'r meditatively. "A man with three bullet per-up," he accused. '"That was Flynn, I woman--with a pistol-always 'makes I feet a succession of short lines, each birth in of misery my first with child my I
: holes In him Is in an embarrassing one of the detective sergeants on I me nervous. If you will be good carrying a hook. One of the dory O back was when I eat down it

t fix-when: he's wanted. So we'll take watch at your house. He found two enough to open your garage door Miss fishermen baits the hooks and pays was I was hard weak for and me cramps to get up in,
;: him out to my house, too. That's the drops of blood you overlooked, so he I! Lanning, we Kill go out, come up your out the line as the other rows. Some- : my limbs made me very \
only safe place I think front times the line reaches mile or moreIn restless at night.I I took
can of. thinks you and Nance are in the house stairs: ring the bell like gentlemen a Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
"How about me?" but refuse to answer the bell, and he and ask If we can't come In and length. It Is buoyed ,..nd anchoredat and my whole system wasstrcngtheneu"
"You've been soldier so both ends and !Is allowed to stayin by this tonic and 1 was able to sleep again.
'r a I suppose wants 'permission to break in, In the have a little chat with you. Is that New size, tablets 50 cts., liquid $1.00. Lare
ti :, you can carry out orders?" name of the law. He says he can satisfactory?" the water for half an hour or so, size tabs.or liquid $1.35.All druggists.
""-I "Yes, sir." slide the latch on your front door lock "Eminently so." Lanny was as po then hauled In. The dory goes back to
.., ;;rt i ;' "Well, your orders are to come out like nobody's business. I told him to lite as the speaker now. She felt for the vessel, unloads the fish and repeats -

'...1Y"! .'.,'. to my house, too, and take care oft wait another hour and. then try If, the bolt in back of her, slid it back the process. These "bankers" ITCHING TOES
; .- your friends. The doctor will call but to be careful..' 'and kicked the door open without taking sometimes remain In the fishing
'; every day and tell you what to do. Lanny's Independent and belligerent her eyes or her pistol off the pair. grounds as long as two months, until Burning.sorecracked. I
: And you'll have to do the cooking." nature was instantly aroused. "If I. They went out, closed both doors be a full cargo has been obtained, before soon relieveaand healing aidedwith jJ

" : / \ "I can do that, too. Not fancy, but couldn't give a snooper like that cards hind her and held them closed until returning to the home port. safe.soothing -, =: "

.e .! c', they can eat It." and spades, the four aces, big and she had shot the bolt home again. .
; '.1 ," "All right, you've got a Job and a little casino, and beat him to death on Then she went upstairs and let herselfIn Turning the Table Resinol
,; !'t{. holing-up place as well. I'll go home the sweeps, I'd kiss* a cow," she de just as her doorbell rang ; so she In the days of Imperial Home there
'"' S now and get my car and come back clared. "Guess I'll go home and make switched on the lights, removed her was a craze among men-"table mania 1
1''', : for you and your friend. Meanwhile those big boobs feel ashamed of themselves hat and coat, went to the door and ," '''Pliny called it, for the collectionof NOVEXThe J a

; don't you get cold feet and disappear. for disturbing a lady." opened It. Instantly two large hands rare tables made of Mauritaniawood World's Best Ointment for Athltte's J
': I want; to talk' to you some more. I "Whatever you do, be nice to them,". thrust two' cards at her; whereuponshe and inlaid with Ivory. Competition Foot, Ringworm, Eczema, Itching TUes and i
want to find out all about Nance Bel- he warned earnestly. "If you get was aware that she was about to among the wealthy made the tables quickly.Dandruff.Absolutely Stop Itching pure, and Instantly.will.DQ Meals. 11'I I!
e den, and you and your friend might snooty with them, Lanny, they'll Just entertain Detective Sergeant P. Flynn costly and, so the story goes, ritate the tenderest aUn Many leading '
1- be able to give a line on her." ,waltz: you down to' central ,station and and Detective Sergeant A. Angelloti. when husbands accused their ladies of ,sicians druggist prescribe cannot and apply use you Jt., If send your us local COo ,
,;>: "I don't know anything about her, stow you away for the nlg'bt-with 'the "Good evening, gentlemen" Lanny extravagance the ladles retorted with, and a Jar will be sent you by mall I10**' i:
-; Chief, except that her real name Is excuse that the chief wants to see you. hailed them cordially. "Come In and "What about your tables?" Which Is Memphis paid. FALLS, Tenn.-CHEMICAL Adv. CO., Box 862.
l.i' -: Penelope Gatlin." And I've decided I don't know you. If rest your big flat feet. supposed to have originated the phrase,
Dap McNamara Clasped his corruI I did I'd go home with you." I P. Flynn nodded wisely to '"turning the tables on them."

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Subscription rate, $2.00 per year and the gardens and the houses of came, remaining in that position; for 24years. I /' =i_= FURNITURE COMPANY |=i iy =

Advertising rates on application. agricultural beauty that have been i
the result of this have made a beau- Undoubtedly you are a regular I IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY :: Bellefilede, Florida ( |_;:
Devoted to the advancement and tiful city. It is a work that may nev- reader of Mr. Brisbane's olumn and'II JUDGE IN AND FOR HENDRY
welfare of Clewiston and Hendrj; er be completed, to which finis will are finding it entertaining as well as COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.IN Next Door To Theatre ::
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County. never be written, as long as one of- full of valuable information. Your,, *
fensive feature' exists. And when friends if they are not now readingit JOHN DECEASED.G. LANE )) .:*.:**v.*":..*..*..*..<..**.*..*..v.v..v..v.*..'>..*..*..**.*.>.

each citizen is so much better off for will appreciate your calling their I
The cigarette companies haven'l staying in Newark each should con- attention to the fact that;_ this most
told us yet what brand was smoked sider it his bounden duty to make' brilliant of all American: 'editorial You and each of you are hereby Watches Clocks, Jewelry
by the father'' of the Dionne quint. Newark better off for his being in writers is now a regular (contributor: notified and required to present any Jewelry Repairing
Gainesville Sun. it. to this claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against, the
"A; grapefruit a day will keep In AND RECITALThe late of said County, to the Bounty
fluenza away", says a popular say: .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :;::;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:": Judge of Hendry County, Florida, at &. JEWELER '
Ing, which if true, should quell the his office in the court house at La- CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.
young children in Mrs. Mark Belle, Florida, within eight calandar
ado. I
without more
epidemic RAMBLINGS. Lawler's music class gave 'a recitalat months from the date of the first I O.' Box 521
her home Wednesday evening,. publication of this notice. Each Rear or
By actual 'count, the number of were entertained afterwards at claim or demand must be in writing, Clewiston Drug Company '
cigarettes sold 'in the United States .:..:..:..:":..:..:":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":":":..:. and a Valentine party by their instruct and must state the place of residenceand '_,
during 1934, numbered nearly 1,000 post 'office address of the claim-
each for 'every man, woman and Well, old Jack Frost just' kept on or. 'J 4 friends ant,! and must be sworn to by the "
child. And there are still those who and kept on till finally he got here, A number of parents claimant his agent, or his attorney,
says advertising doesn't pay. so maybe that's over. Old-timers and enjoyed the following delightful pro- or the same will become void according ESTIMATES FURNISHED'ONREQUEST '
weather prognosticators (only fools gram: to law.
A 4'column 10-inch picture of the and green-horns predict weather in Piano solos: Cherry Blossoms, Up This 12th day of January, 1935.

Gasparilla King and Queen Florida! ) now state wisely thatthere's The Hill: Nancy Wright. LEE ROAN, C. E. STEBEL
new Piano Solo: Morning Song, Runel- Executrix of the Estate of
another cold
be snap
adorned the Tampa daily's front to John G. Lane, deceased.
head- about full moon, if you know when le "McGeehee. Electrical
but a two inch streamer Contracting
page 18-25 Feb. 1-8.
I I The Bird Nest No. 53-Jan. ,
Vocal Solos: ;
else to
line above proclaimed the people'schief that is, I don't. Something
Rock-A-Bye, Nancy Wright, accomp- PHONE 2121
interest lay in events far from blame on the moon. ;
home: "Says Fisch got Ransom." And now, ladies and gentlemen, anied by Marianne Jones. L M. COUSE PAHOKEE FLCRICA
Donkey Baseball! is arriving in Clew- Piano Solo: :My First Waltz, Gloria -

Floyd Hamilton, noted gunman;, iston. Next week, promptly on Wed- Hendry. Agent f orGENERAL
Marianne Jones and Counselor and at Law
Field for Piano Duet
was, arrested unarmed and surren- nesday evening at Kiwanis ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
dered meekly to policemen. Evidently the trival sum of 25 cents you will Mrs. Lawler. Hopkins Building .
Piano Solo:" The Grey Owl Peggy RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES
be an. to see prac-
one gangster realizes that the war given
Wcilncstlajs and Saturdays
on crime is a real one, and that police tically every donkey in Clewiston Lawler. c
baseball field.If Piano Duet:' The Sunrise Trail, !):HO to 4:00, -.. ----- 1"
having received no quarter perform on
from gangsters in the past, will now you haven't laughed since the)

give none.Today freeze, or since the flood, or since
the last storm, or since the War, Ki v

is the 25th anniversary of wanis Field next Wednesday and

Boy Scouts of America. 6,425,511 Thursday will be the place for you.,

boys, since the incorporation on There should be some sort of grand

February 8, 1910, have enjoyed prize awarded to the player who
benefits' of adventure hiking, camp makes the most falls, and to the

ing, swimming, handicraft, wood- I spectator :who does the most laugh-

craft, fellowship, health and, safety, ing. Only we'd all be trying to claim

through the patrols and troops of I the latter prize.
the organization. I For unless all signs fail, this will
be. THE sports event of the season.

LOCAL PAPER IS MIRROROF I '> And instead of a quarter you'd
COMMUNITY LIFE II better dig up 50 cents. for on Thurs- v
i I day night, the only thing that could

In a recent issue of the "house or possibly surpass Wednesday night's
gan" of a nationally known whole performance is scheduled. That is a -- --

sale concern operating in every stateof I donkey baseball game between_ two in 1934, the insistent demand you can buy! They are big-rugged- ,
the Union, appeared the follow- negro teams. Draw'your own visionsof AGAIN
i 1 Chevrolet products has made dependable trucks. They are powered '
ing statement, directed to all of the what a spectacle that will be. "
concern's retail customers and em- There ought to be enough funds A Chevrolet the world's largest builder of by six-cylinder valve-in-head engines '.

phasizing the place in and the value i raised from these donkey games to .ts trucks as well as of passenger cars. And which use very little gas and ,oil. Buy ,

to the community of the home town build the three tennis courts that il.:: now Chevrolet offers still greater values one of these Chevrolet'Trucks and you ':;': ;
:' Kiwanis has pledged to the recrea-
newspaper"The value of your local newspaper tion center. If there isn't there'ssomething !\"': ; -the highest quality Chevrolet Trucks buy fine, dependable, economical haulage ; ,I '

radical with all of the trucks service-at the world's lowest ,'::
to the success of your business wrong 'L sk"" ever built and lowest-priced price \
cannot be overestimated. It's worth us.. !' "
all the support and cooperation The benefit is unique, and the ; :
you cohtributetheir ". \ Tt{ Compare Chevrolet's low delivered prices and easy G.M.A.C. terms. A General Motors Value
can'give it. For the newspaper is a certainly .. -,1 fJ..,. .
mirror reflecting the life of the com- bit (get out the arnica and the .:;

munity in which you and your store adhesive tape)', the cause is a most .t ''-
have an ,important part. Everybodysees worthy one. There's every reason \ .Jo', :
it there. If it is'not there, the why we should all attend and no

mirror is dark where your store reason why we shouldn't.So .

should be. You are there, but you -' i .
cannot be seen. Your store is open I'll be seein you Wednesday. !' '
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\ TanStake$660
for business as usual but out of Half- Pick-op,$465012WlieelbK (131"Wheelbase)

sight out of ,mind. To keep in step ARTHUR BRISBANE, MOST ,\ )
with the progress of the community, FAMOUS OF" EDITORS, NOW
to get your share of business you WRITING FOR THIS PAPER

must advertise regularly. Take your 11
newspaper publisher into your con Arthur Brisbane is acclaimed, even ,.

fidence; he can give you valuable by most of, those who do not I1j
assistance. Establish an advertising that
always agree with everything
budget. Plan a regular schedule for
he says: as the greatest editorial K
your successful stores'; it's an idea Half-Ton Pkk-op with Canopy, $.495 3 ,
that will be profitable to you." 'writer of the present day. He has (1l *Wbeelbase) -
*1 1s-Ton High Rack,$745
Newspaper advertising is one of been known for rears as the highest (157'Wheelbase)
those things to which applies most ,paid editor in the country. We feel \

forcefully the adage that "keeping ourselves particularly fortunate, ,

everlastingly at it brings success." therefore, in being able to present to
A mercantile establishment could our readers each week a column of
better do without show windows editorial comment 'by Mr. Brisbaneon ; %Ton Chassis, $485'
,_ yti. (13l WheelDas@)
than newspaper advertising, and the news of the world, which appears ., > t '
that applies every day in the year. under the heading "This t ,; ,.'o-'i. ::',::'
-Tampa Times., Week". t *3s -Ton Stake, $720
This column is just what the t-..., (157'Wheelbase) s '

IT IS TO WONDER I II name implies-a 'persentation of
thoughts inspired by the latest happenings -

Newark, 0., Advocate: "I'm, staying and trends throughout the
in Belle Glade; well, the next world, and more particularly in the

thing is; am I really better off for United States. Mr. Brisbane is intensely *PA-Ton Chatsi and Cob-$605 M-Ton Plat $630
that?, Is Belle Glade any better off American and this is reflected (157'Whtelb>tse) (131*Wheelbase)

for: it?" Thus muses Howard Sharp in'his comment on current -
About arelitt prices of commercial ears f.o.b.at Flint,Mich. Special equipment extra.
in the Everglades News. The deduc- events. He expresses his own opin- Dual wheels and tires$20 extra. Prices subject to change without notice.
tion that he makes is that the important ions bluntly and they are recognizedby

thing is to do the thing rightat newspaper readers 'everywhere

hand:i take care of the things in as being his ,own opinions and not Tj'D'i.

your own home, on your own lawn, necessarily! those of this paper and ,
on your own lot, in your own block, others for which he writes.

then if you have any time left, Mr. Brisbane is known universally .... DEALER ADVERTISEMENT
spread out. for the originality that marks all '"\

This sounds like pretty good phil- of his comments, for his wide knowledge -
osophy. It is a rather searching of a great variety of subjectsand
question for one to ,ask himself if for' the simple but pungent stylein
his home town is any better for which he writes. He has an unequalled Clewiston fotor COClewiston

numbering him among its citizens.It facility for simplifying
should be humiliating to be com- complex subjects and making them
pelled to acknowledge that it is not. thoroughly understandable.

It Is not necessary to be prominent Mr.. Brisbane wan born In Buffalo, For-id
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'J ........................................................................... i I ST. 3IARGARET. MARY'S CHURCH C. Prewitt the ,
Mrs. Elmer Kranz returned president' group . .
yes .
. ::1 t terday from a trip to Kohamo, Missouri CATHOLIC invites members and friends to this .........................................................................-.''.'.-........ .

'J :;:' Personal Mention :$;: where she was called a few, "public meeting. The evening hour I Ii i
." .. .. of her mother. Father F. J. Finnegnri, Pastor was set in order that fathers
\ : weeks ago by the death aJ; I
:.... 00.:........................................ ......................................................... Mr. Kranz motored to West Palm I well as mothers might have opportunity Good FarmLand

, J.t D. J. Bullard of Lakeland was a Beach to meet his wife, who return i Mass on Sunday Morning at 8:30. to attend. '

|u &*3> business visitor here Wednesday ed by train. .. Confessions before Mass. .

. ;1' Mass at St. Mary's Church, Pa- FOR RENT Furnished I
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peters spent Friends of Mrs. Harry McCrone
hokee. at 10:30 every Sunday.
* the week-end in Daytona Beach. are delighted that she has sufficiently I -6 rooms and bath, over ..,..'::

..: recuperated ,from her recent Democrat Office. ;
for Rent "
operation to be brought home from P.-T. A. TO. HOLDI"PUNDEHS
:' '
F. E. of Canal Point was
Bryant .
: .' the West Palm Beach hospital. Although DAY .MEETING May be divided into two .
a business visitor here Tuesday.
still confined to her bed,
Apply at
f.: apartments. :jII
., ./ ... C. .J. Goterman of Miami spent she is making satisfactory progress TIle birthday meeting of the Clew Democrat Office Moore
Sunday In Clewiston. toward recovery. iston P.-T. A. will be held at the .;

school building next Friday: evening Haven. .

.,..A; Hurd L. ;Reeves of LaBelle was SUE VON :MACH Gi CELEBRATES February 15th. at 8' o'clock in -.. ---_..._._._._.__. _.._-- '.";.
'.( in Clewiston. on business Friday.: 7TH BIRTHDAY AT PARTY commemoration, of the founding of !.I ::: : = :=: .= I ).

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Parent-Teacher movement.
the Trespassers
Mrs. M. E. VonMach entertained You Wreck 'EmWe
.: Miss Eva Mae Green visited her delightful program has been arranged I ;
I. the children of the second and third I Will Be .. .
__ ,*t aunt! Mrs F. H. Ryan in Moore Haven by Miss Mae Drew. Mrs W. ;
: grades with a party at her home I ..fix.'Eln
Wednesday evening. .
) V. Monday afternoon in celebration of ProsecutedThe '
,.i." the seventh birthday of her daughter ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. TAINTING...;. BODY AND .
{ ... Mrs. W. C. Owen .and Mrs. O. F.
J Schiffli were visitors in West Palm EVERGLADES
After an hour of outdoor games
: ,:. and contests, the children enjoyed ::: FUNERAL :;: ...
the birthday cake which was served II j I
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and
I with ice cream. .I Done by An Expert
\ children visited in Fort Myers Sat- I .i. HOME i
( .II Courteous Service
, .} urday and Sunday I
.. THE COMMUNITY: : CHURCH t $ Work Guaranteed. .
y '
; Sunday, February 10, 1935 :%: Licensed Funeral Directors .i. i Prices Reasonable. ,:
f Mr. and Mrs. R. C. I "
t Charles Oliphant and Pat Bishop $; and Embalmers ..:..'1 I II ClewistonCompany ;
Rev. D. Jenkins Williams, Minister :
( in W st Palm Beach. I .
spent Sunday : ,PIONEER '
::' Ambulance Service .!.
. 9:45 a. Sunday ,School. I .
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: Mr. and Mrs. Howard of Savannah 10:45 a. in. Junior Church. Y -1 I Service Station :

'J are visiting their daughter, 6:30 p. m. The Pioneers, Miss Lock- :\. CLEWISTON, .PHONE 328. :.j.:.j.X : BELLE GLADE PHONE 10 .'.. ,,:
7 Mrs. R. N. Smith and family. y I .:

.. hart, Supt. :: PAHOKEE, PHONE 2301 :g:: I Wrecker, Service at All Hours .. . .......................................... .'.
e. .... 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Subject : I ............... . . . ......:..:.r ""
A.l: Mr.. and Mrs. Dave Alston and : Essential Progress. '.......................... .......... ............................................................... "" ",,,.....,'".u ._ ..'.:
daughter Martha Nell. were visitors ,
. : .
, '.. .. in Belle Glade Sunday. : "

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'c, C. B. VanLandlngham of Jacksonville .

I : J: '. is in Clewis ton visiting his

I'i; ',)t.: sister, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell. HAUL YOUR LOAD

., .'"" 0 Mrs. John Elmore and baby have
: returned to their home in Belle
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: : ...<. Glade after several days visit1 here. "
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>" ,'1.:.,:'.. :;. Miss Hazel Prince of Okeechobee

",''.,. "', spent" the week-end visiting friends III OUR TRUCK '

.. '...'.. In'. here. :
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':: "!';.&...> Mrs. H. R.' Hall were shopping in

'-1' .:fj';: :. Miami Wednesday.Mr. .
_. .
, "-" =' -- """W =w ;
; .. r "'v7Cr
t ;?;<: and Mrs. C. F. "Tratnor and 7:

';; r.: ..: : daughter. Mrs. J. B. Dottfrer ?nd

.( .:.' :Mrs.! A. A. Munroe were vistors in
'/:>. 'West Palm Beach Saturday.Mrs. : .

',. f., .
>\::: .
:. :. 1' J. Lawier of Southwest
." -'. Harbor Michigan; will arrive, tomorrow '- .

.:..: ....:.'.'':;,.,'-" for a visit with her son Mark .
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: H. Lawier and family.

Mrs. J. W. Chamberlain ofHainesville ::))1

arrived Sunday to join

Mr. Chamberlain and make. their
home here.
Charles Oliphant and Pat Bishop

of Marietta, Georgia spent ,the
weel- nd here visiting Mr. ,Oli-

; : phant's sister and brother-in-law,

Mr. and' Mrs.,R.. C. Wilson.

., --
: :,:: Mrs. J. A. McGehee suffered an
_ t ;,', : .' attack of heart trouble Monday and
, i; :; was critically ill for a few days. She

!,:\.. has made rapid improvement during
the last two days.
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," Mr. and Mrs.' C. W. McDonald:' -1"111111111" 11 fl lliI11tl}} }j1 '

," ., Mrs. H. R. Hall Mrs. A. A. Munroe, : /
.' Mrs. Manning Carter and Mrs

Campbell Nail, were visitors in Miami .

Wednesday. other exclusive exchange I
.. --- There is one sure way to ;

,r',' Mrs.- James Lee and baby, Mona and privileges-such as a.generator f
the ability
.Y economy
Joe. an .'Mrs. Arnold Shuler and little prove that materially i
and fuel
(son, visited their actual pump, '
parents, Mr of a truck. That is by ;
and Mrs. W. H. Swango in Belle reduce maintenance costs.
Glade this week.. test with'your. own loads, over, '
r. ., _. Don't fail to test these trucks
. regular routes with your
J. Peak of jacksonville, repr your ,
'. :" Forward load distribution, obtained by mounting on your own job.Let your o\VIl
fentativs of the Jacksonville braucji the wheel.
own driver at front springs ahead of axle and moving V-8 engine
I of Chevrolet Motor Company, wacn forward, improves operation throughout. experience show you why the
'.' 1'11-Incss visitor here Monday and We invite this test that you
\ Tuesd y. The 1935 Ford V-8 Gives You All 1935 Ford V-8 truck is by far
know the economy
L power,
---- These Advanced Features the best truck the Ford Motor,
'. > Mrs. R.
: T. Mitchell and daughter, convenience and flexibility
;': .': : Fay Lou were inVest Palm Beach V-tt engine with 8O full horsepower has ever built :

Saturda). Fay Lou underwent: an. of the 1935 Ford V-8 truck.TheFordV8truckforl935. New Forward Load Distribution Company

::: oppration on her eyes, and Mrs. Mitchell New stronger front axle more than ever America'sGreat
;1 has taken her back several Full-floating rear axle .

'", times this week for treatment. offers all the essential features Heavy duty Four speed transmission' Truck Value. ,
ccntrl-forco typo clutchImproved '
New Sargcr '
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,' Call today for ,an on-
f '.: Mrs. Ed Butler and her daughter, demanded by experienced cooling
t' .- : Gloria, have returned from Tampa.tV' Comfortable, insulated cab test. The results ,vill- "
Mr. and Mrs. Cal West, members of truck users. And in addition Rib-cooled, sell centering
'Torque tube and radius rod drh'cNew There is,no obligation '
' &--. the Billroy's Comedians, are spendinS' low-cost surprise you. ,
,; ,. .,}. Ford offers you the spring suspension --: '
" : .,: their vacation here visiting Mr. )
New Truck Styles of course.
".'<' ,'..:'.": and Mrs. Butler. Engine Exchange Plan and .. '\ .
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; '"...". Mrs. E. W. Digges attended a LABELLE MOTOR COMP ANY : :

'.' ; .,,(: /_ .' meeting of the D. A. R. held at the .
: Y. W. C. A. Building in West Palm --

:,c .,,;: Beach on Saturday. She was accompanied La Bell ; Florida

Ii \ "': on the trip by her daughter,
,{. "":": Josephine, and."by Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw. -
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.J r '<..: Van Bush and his mother, Mrs.
F.. R. Maxwell, and sister, Mrs. G. I : fORD V.-8 TRUCKS 1 35

,.. n. Etherton, were guests at a dinner'
:. .party given in Miami Tuesday byMr. Jajy Terms Through Univerul

and Mrs. Gerald Penney. Mrs. More -than ever America's Great Truck Value Credit Co-the finance Authorized Plan fold

.... N:'.. woll and Mrs. Penney are sis- Network

:\, rltl Ofl Tho Atr-For4 Symphony Orchestra, Sun.Evenings-Fred Waring; ,Thurs.Evenings-Columbia :!I

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the Children's hospital Johnnywas
-= : BoY tT the terror of the ward. He was
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I 4yi. SURE IS always in trouble. One day a weekly _
( A GOOD visitor, who knew his character, saidto
o TrtlMCr I ToT him: ,Ij. "Johnny, If you are good for a week, ...
j' I'll give when
you sixpence I come
MY WALKS again."

._ LIKE G1ASS A week later she stood before John-
ny's bed again. Tj11

"Well," she said, "I'm not going to
ask the nurses if you've behaved. You
must tell me yourself. Do you deserve
the sixpence?"

There was a moment's silence. Then
from among the sheets a small voice

I 14AT% YOU, FELI C ? hK I iaST said: ''- .'
"Gimme a penny.-London Express.
loU BETTe R GET 'pip !

SOME SALT Impossible to Do
ffftr AND PUT I I II The lodger was settling his bill with
the landlady of his "digs," but found
\ IT ON THEWALK 11 several overcharges. Indignantly he
1 !/ pointed those out, whereupon the landlady
t ..; I Ii \ jtC ) was obliged to say: they were mis t
I l lC lr
\ don't get excited,
keep your "wool on." -
Lodger-I can't keep my wool on
Ii. I When I'm being fleeced! '

( .r 00 t0
3 Safe 20k1.

o ., j "Tommy, if you eat any more of :
these preserves I'll give you a whip-
The housewife who takes pride in
wouldn't whip a sick boy,
her kitchen takes' inter-
would usually great
you, ma?
"Of course not." est in a goodly supply of chic aprons,
"Then I'll eat more." and where could you find two lovelier
I By Ted O'Lou M models than those shown today
_-By Wnlcre Nmtpcr Union IN HEAVEN Both are Included in the one pattern
and tioth have slenderizing front
j P A VERY TONE MEAL, SFIMOKIN' A i panels and that fashionable halfbelted -

ME PALU4'-01 IMJOYEP CIGAR AGAIN! ] ? WELL-* ofAIM' 11.-"P: "<-'1t1 t waistline. The upper design gives,
-( (EL fine opportunty for using rick-rack .
=7 IT A LOT- Er ( 101KE A ?
I -\ EXTRAVAGINT braid to set off the lines of its smart -'
i =' NOW/ y GOOD CiGAR -c f .(b V wT V neck and spacious pockets. The
ONCE |NAWMlLE lower sketch boasts
rI a youthfullyrounded
j .I. : neckline and jaunty capelike
1, 1ez ALWAYSTh.i /l shoulders, and would be as pretty as

: __ PoI can be made up in a dainty dotted
I swiss, edged with embroidery. .

\ 4r "Do you think happy marriages are Pattern ,20CO is available in sizes
l'- still possible small, medium and large.. Medium

"Certainly, It's the life that follows size, each,apron takes one. and a half
I that makes one pessimistic." yards 3G-inch fabric. Illustrated step-

I t by-step sewing instructions included. ;;L: .
I a ( Plenty of Time SEND FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) In -"' ,
I 1N Man-Come on, let's play another coins or stamps (coins preferred) for

I game. this pattern. Write plainly NAME,
I Friend-Can't do It. I have an engagement ADDRESS and STYLE NUMBER.\
.I to meet my .wife. HE SURE TO STATE, SIZE.
Man-\Vluit time? Address orders to Sewing Circle
Friend-Three o'clock. Pattern department, 243 West Seven-

BUT Ai M'1t { NoW, }JOW J 'fez. -r'INI I Man-()h, cove on, you still have teenth street New York: City. '.
BUT NOW 01 plenty of time. It's li. .
only 4::: now.Time
-- Have you any ideas about
F'oIPEAN' (ELALWA"S balancing
the budget "The time-table says that this .
!SEP -yeR.F "I have," ansue.-ed Senator SIrghum. train will arrive at nine-ten and It's

I To SAY FEZ "Everybody knows, that time is money half an hour late now" complainedthe
.1N'. and we have millions of years beforeus. traveler at the small-town. rail
LOIKEPSHMELL ,{) ( ." road station.

OFf __ l < "Well, 'taint ten yet Is It?" the
CIGAR ( He'll Never Learn agent countered.-Portland Express.
LA "What's the matter up at Tom's
\ 1 house?"
; Death in Good Cause
A "They're taking Mm away In the am-
"Mother, papa wouldn't murder
bulance for beatin 'Is missus."-Pearson's
anybody, would he?"
1 Weekly.
I "Why, certainly not, child! What
makes you think so?"
"Well, I just heard him down In.
the cellar saying, 'Let's kill the other A.iHV
two, George'."

Where It Belonged Cor them to be cut off from's, Is It?- Tough Eggs ('

Judge (to amateur yegg-So) they Pathfinder Magazine. Mr. Tubbs-Listen to this, Bessie,
caught you with this bundle of sIlver- this article states that in same of the
ware. Whom did you plunder? Foolish Question old Roman prisons that have been unearthed t I
Yegg-Two fraternity houses. your Teacher-Do we at the flesh of the they found the petrified remains w/
honor whale? of the prisoners.
Judge (to sergeant-Call up the Pupil-Yes, ma'am. Mrs.' 'l'ubbs-Grncious! Those must
downtown hotels and distribute this Teacher-Acd what do we do with be what they call hardened criminals." 1 -I
toff. the bones? Congressman-Forgive your ene-
Pupil-We leave them on the side mies.. That's good religion. _
POOR ONE TOO of our plate. Merry and Bright Senator-Yes, and sometimes good
"We ,must try to be merry and politics., -
His Own Boss
"Of course," answered Mr. Dustin Some Dumb
Arthur-So your new Job makes Stax. "1 even resort to punning in "You're so dumb I wouldn't call yon
you Independent? the effort. When the bookkeeper a ham."
Albert-Absolutely. I get here any brought me a deficit statement I mere "Why not?"
time I want before eight, and leave
ly remarked: that, it was Ink-red-Ible." "A ham can be cured."
Just when I please after five.- merI-
can Boy.

Unscrupulous Nature"You're Farmer-How's Lawyer Jones doing,
doctor s
very interested in that ,
"Why do you call mining propertya stuffed bird," said the ornithologist. Doctor-Poor fellow, he's lying atdeath's
claim?" "Yes" door.FarmerThat's.
said the aviation expert. 1
"Too often you find out that Is all think Its steering-gear Infringes one grit for ye; atdeath's
It of my patents." IN door, and still lying 1
is"A ,

Matter of Opinion Try Him .. Up-to-Date Cat
Tourist In Greenland-It must be Dear Old Lady-Can your little "I never see the cat washing her
pretty tough for you people who are brother talk yet? face any more."
away up here cut out from the rest of Small Boy-Yes, mum; he can say ... "That cat Is progressive. She strolls I
the world for nearly the whole year.Ilthe'Taln't "thank you" for a penny.-Tlt.B1ts "Come on and around in front of the vacuum cleaner
dry your feet on the I
whenever I have It In
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less life. The Russian revolutionists nor subsist on Its food. You .
------ -------- SENSE IN THISHORSELESS may
.q .. IMPROVED had to dispose of a whole generationof drink at a hidden spring. Be yourself \

::1 ;' UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL AGE! opponents before the revolution If you would serve.others.
: .n could win. They cited the exampleIn

, 'i J' 1 the Bible, where Moses kept the
," SUNDAY Lesson Children of Israel In the wilderness ,
( Writer Indulges in Sarcasm wandering aimlessly for 40 years before ) jI

r (By REV. P. B FITZWATER. D. D.. Over Suggestion. leading them Into the Promised
LEUCOSIS Member of Faculty :Moody Bible Land. It Is argued that that was
Institute of Chicago.) I
. : e. Western Newspaper Union. just Moses' way of getting rid of an
UNCERTAIN Richard Washburn Child famous m
opposing section of society and growIng -
author and diplomat, says people
up a new generation that wouldbe
Lesson for February 10 ought to have more "horse sense"
Remedies Is different and that could grapple
Money Spent on Why, Richard, how can you expect with the new conditions. The 1 WITtt A F

Not Good Judgment.BY.Dr. PETER PREACHES AT PENTECOST people to have horse sense when theyno Israelites were willing to wait 40
longer have horses to them Pieman
set an
years for a good thing. Imagine anybody "t
Frank Th"rp. Jr., Associate In Animal LESSON TEXT-Acts 2:22-28, 36-42., example? If people have any sense waiting 40 years for anythingin Priced LAMP
Pathology University of GOLDEN TEXT-Then Peter said unto nowadays It must be automobilesense. AsLowAs ,,'
Illinois.-WNU Service. them, Repent, and be baptized everyone this horseless age !Pathfinder Light that floods the \
rid their Such as It Is, they will haveto $5.95 whole room with a clear .li
Buying so-called remedies to of you in the name of Jesus Christ Magazine.Dr. .
flocks of leucosis disease, whict in- for the remission of sins, and ye shall put up with it, for they certainly Com mellow nearest to radiance daylight of The any l't
receIve the gift of the Holy Ghost. can't expect to learn horse sense by p late _; 1 artificial light. t
cludes such ailments as range paralysis '
; Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the original -
Acts 2:38.
big liver disease, white eye, neuritis PRIMARY TOPIC When. Peter cultivating an acquaintance with au- little liver pills put up 60 years ago. mon More kerosene light than lamps.SO
and leucemia, is likely to prove a waste Preached a Great Sermon. tos. The auto Is a great achievement, They regulate liver and bowelsAdv.Individualism light that protects your aiirhtl Plenty of
JUNIOR TC' IC-What. Peter Preachedat but It Is purely mechanical. It has for every home need. Easy to
As there
of money for poultrj'men. yet 'easy to keep going. Only Coleman gives com"I"I:
.... is no known cure for the malady. Pentecost. none of the spiritual characteristicswhich so much light for so little cost. Beautiful
i have models with parchment shades.
made the horse man'sgreatest
Individualism is fat
in this a poison.
," Although comparatively IC-The Story of a Wonderful Day. See your hardware or !
: \; state, leucosis is apparently spreading YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- helper. Undoubtedly the human Individuality is the salt of common dealer. If he doesn't handle,write us.

throughout many flocks and threatensto IC-The Source of Spiritual Power.In family are making serious sac- life. You may have to live In a crowd, i The Coleman Lamp 6 Stove Company ,:
rifices In abandoning the horse and D.pt"WUIZ8. Wichita. Kim.; Chlcwo. HI: LM AB*.!M, t
become a serious poultry problem.All but you do not have to live like It l (;aUt.: ftlldaph4,Pa.; Toronto,ODUcfa C& .d. (67Z I,
breeds of chickens appear to be sus- teaching this lesson it is essential taking to a mechanical monster which I

ceptible to the disease. It affects both hat the full meaning of Pentecost be has nothing whatever to offer except

sexes alike and usually occurs between apprehended. It is desirable, therefore, the lure of taking people somewhere
months. that the entire second chapter of ,Acts where In most cases there Is nothingfor 1
the ages of three and twelve Faster
In spite of the fact that birds con- be brought Into view. them to lo, when they get there.A Try Way

be cured I. The Day of Pentecost Fully Come horse has so much sense that he
tracting leucosis cannot re- ;
search investigations Indicate[ that the I (vv. 1-13)). limits his day's.work and the amountof to Relieve Your ColdsMedical :,J

disease can be controlled if poultrymen 1. The significance of the day (v. ground he will cover In a day. ,

1). Pentecost is from a Greek word Our modern speedsters, you will note, I
will carry out five more or less preven- :
fifty. It the feast held such" wisdom that. 'Discovery Bringing Almost
tive ,measures, it is said. These Include meaning was possess no as
rigid culling to detect leucosis in fifty days after the wave sheaf offerIng Even after they have passed all the Instant Relief to Millions V:1.I
(Lev. 23 :1G). The sheaf typi- other
the road
a the early stages of the disease, disposing wave cars on they are not
( fies the resurrection of Christ (I Cor. satisfied.
of all diseased birds by killing and They truly represent the REMEMBER DIRECTIONS
/ burning, buying hatching eggs, new 15:20-23). restless, reckless, purposeless, soul-
breeding stock or baby chicks only. 2. The gift of the Holy Spirit (vv. less, godless spirit. of this horselessage. f' ; :; The simple method pictured here is .tt"
2-4). On this day the Holy Spirit descended the way many doctors now treat
from disease-free flocks and by follow- colds and the aches and colds
the disciples. This does -
upon The busy bee has always been
ing strict hygiene and sanitary prac-
with them I
believe not mean that the Spirit was not In cited as something to copy. But be- bring
tices. Should poultryman I '
a i9 ': 1 It is recognized as a safe, sure, .
that his flock may be Infected with the world before this, for throughoutall ing busy now Is heavily penalized 'I
the he has been in the world, A Tablets. way. For it will relieve an I
leucosis, Immediate diagnosis can be ages dog Ls the very type of faithful- 1 Make 2 yyouRgetihe ordinary
BAYER cold almost fast
as as
sure you
givIng light anti life to it.
made by a local veterinarian. ness. But we no longer can tell human Tablets you ask for. caught it.

; Symptoms of the disease are vari- 3. Upon whom the Spirit came (v. beings to be faithful, for they
Ask doctor about this. And
able and depend largely upon the tissues 1 ; cf. 1:13-15): The twelve and others, know that their very faith and confi- your
affected. When the bloodforming both men and women, to the numberof dence have been coined Into un- V ..' j'4 when you buy, be sure that you get ;.
:" the real BAYER Aspirin Tablets. !
organs are Involved, general weak- one hundred twenty, which shows earned profits by the schemers. To -h They dissolve (disintegrate) almost

ness and varying degrees of anemia that the gift of the Holy Spirit was go on with our domestic animalswe instantly. And thus work almost instantly -
for all believers, not merely the might learn few
and diarrhea are common symptomsThe apos- even a things
f when take them. And
tles.: from the cat. What contentment =::r- you .1
birds are likely to become poor
I for a gargle, Genuine Bayer Aspirin ,
In flesh. 4. The marks of the Spirit (vv. 2-4). there Is pictured In a cat Don't you
Tablets disintegrate with speed and f'
Where the nerve type of disease Is These marks were external and In- wish you could enjoy even onehalfof completeness, leaving no irritating f fZ

present, the chickens may become lame ternal.a. one per cent of her perfect appreciation Drink a full glass of water. Repeat particles or grittiness.
External. of the good things of life treatment 2 hours. I
In one or both legs and the wings in BAYER Aspirin prices have been
(1) The sound of a mighty' wind (v. But can't-because liv-
become droopy. These symptoms, too, ;you you are decisively reduced on all sizes, sothere's I,
2). This Is suggestive of the mysterious Ing In when contentment Is g '
will vary according to the location and an age ': no point now in accepting t.
degree of the tissue Infection. When pervasive and powerful energy of held up as a mortal sin. If you are other than the real Bayer article-you i
the SpIrit. content then that Is evidence that
the brain is affected, odd head movements want.
may be noted. (2) Tongues of, flame (v. 3). 'Eachof you must be living at somebody else's i

The eye type of Infection Is .characterized the one hundred twenty was expense, just as the contented cat NOW r

# by a loss' of pigment In the crowned with such a tongue for wit- does. Discontent with everythingthat i t' I

Iris, followed by a constriction of the nessing. exists Is the ruling spirit of ; I Ii

pupil, and eventually Impaired vision (3) Speaking in foreign tongues (v. these times. This doesn't mean Justin 15'

and blindness. Both eyes are involvedas 4). This miraculous gift characterizedthe I the United States. If you went to [

a rule, or; become so during the apostolic age, but' no authentic case the Islands of the Pacific you would If throat is sore, crush and stir 3 ;
early stages of the disease. Leucosis has been reported in modern times.b. find exactly the same thing. The 3 BAYER Aspirin Tablets in: a third PRICES on Genuine Bayer Aspirin '!

J'{.,,'{, however, should not be confused with Internal This Is seen In the trans- Islanders can exist by working only of eases a glass throat of soreness water. Gargle almost twice.instantly.This Radically Reduced on All Size I'

t tuberculosis, fowl typhoid: parasitism formation wrought In the disciples. I two days a year, but they are now
.. or chemical 'or bacterial poisoning. Peter, who shortly before this cowered demanding that their working year

before a Jewish maid, now with bold- I be reduced to only one day. They ,!

Breeder Toms Should Be ness stands before the chief rulers and need the rest for gallivanting and !

declares that they have murdered: their resting, according to their witch (

Selected With Much Care King, and are guilty before God. doctor. ys rI

Breeders of turkeys should buy toms 5. The effects (vv. 5-13). Yes, yes-It would be a great t

for next spring's breeding pens early; a. The multitudes were filled with thing if people today could have more"horse"'sense

for by so doing one has the benefit of amazement and wonder. ," as Mr. Childs says. \

first choice. To wait until breeding b. Some mocked and accused the He might as well have said they

time means that a less desirable male disciples of, being Intoxicated. should have more "dodo sense." The

will be the father of next year's tur- II. Peter's Sermon (vv. 14-47). I I dodo had enough sense to disappearoff
t 1 tI
key flock with consequent increaseIn Peter's sermon Is as wonderful as the earth when its usefulness was

No. 2 birds, lower prices, and less the gift of tongues. It demonstrates ended. The horse Is disappearingthe

profit from next year's operations.If the presence and power of the Spirit i same way. And It may be that

there Is a flaw in the turkey breed because he was a Galilean fisherman, half the human family will have to

er's make-up, says a writer In the Missouri without literary training. His homilet-' become extinct also-ini order that

Farmer, it Is his fancy to fine Ical analysis Is perfect. the rest can live that restless, soul-

feathers-rainbow tails and spots are 1. The introduction (vv. 14-21).

common words in his vocabulary. And i a. Defense of the disciples againstthe

while It Is true one might as well feed I charge of being drunk (v. 15). He Now Quick Starting= No More Run Down BatteriesThousands LADIES I Somethii Away goes your shiny noso with
cited Jewish custom that
beautiful plumage as well as gray and they RID-O-SHINE
chocolate colored tails, good color Is would not be drunk at such an early of car and truck owners are now charging their storage batteries over night One application this special !-
hour of at home. A treat battery is dangerous and causes no end of trouble in cold leeather. Batteries creme keeps shine off the nose
much less Important In breeding stock the day. are weakened by Powerful tams Stronger Headlights. Radio. Fret Wlrulm e. itc. 6 to 8 hours without rcpowderInr.Aneatpnrsosliepaquetto-

than vigor: for without vigor in the 'b. A scriptural explanation (vv. 16- INSTALL THIS SIMPLE f\Qt? New rectifier type charger lasts CtoS weeks.SEND 6U cents,
breeding stock the breeder Is headed 21). He showed that this was, a par- BATTERY CHARGER>Vf.oQ complete with all accessories for LAVOTR'E one. You'll LABORATORY Like it.

for the "rocks." One thing to bear In tial fulfillment of Joel's prophecyJoel \J "'$8.85. Shipped anywhere c.o.d. 820 N.Mich.Ave.. Chicago.III.

mind, however, is the fact that good ( 2:28-32). We prepay delivery charges
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; . color In a turkey Is evidence that her 2. The proposition, or theme (v. 36). when check or money order FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS
;. accompanies order. Early Jersey. Charleston Wakefleld. Flat
ancestors have had the attention of a This was the mess ahshlp of Jesus. 'i'i Dutch Succession. Big Boston, Iceberg.
Battery not restated/011I car for charging. New York lettuce. Bermuda and Priretaker
good breeder and that vigor Is more The argument which followed proved : I
''J. A fluf it merely inserted in a receptacle onions. Delivered 100. 25c; 300. 60c; COO 7Se;
likely to be present than In a bird of that Jesus was the Lord upon. whom attached to steering test en car. 1000 $1.25. Collect 1000.$I; 5000. J3.75; 10000
poor coloring. they were to call In order to be saved. Just as easy as plugging in an electric iron. Equipped with automatic safety pilot safe $6.60.Jamison Ptaut Farm.Summen'ille.S.C.
fuses and automatic tapering decrease as battery charge comes up. Reliable and
3. The argument. (vvj 22-30). It. was. economical to operate, OLD AGE PENSION INFORMATION
Makeup of Good Hen threefold. DIXIE SUPPLY COMPANY P O. Box 1156, NORFOLK VA. MNCLOSH! STAMP
: a. From Christ's works (v..22). He
A good hen should have a well developed ---. -,-
was approved of God among the Jews
f i., heart girth, and the ribs should :
'. by his miracles; wonders, and signs,
be well sprung and wide apart. She
V with which they were familiar.b. TWrR I
'j V V should be deep from the top to the WHOOPEE/
.s From his resurrection (vv. 23-32). AND IT-
back to the under side of the breast.
"''''; The breast bone should be long, ex The Old Testament Scriptures had T
foretold the death and resurrection of BAKES BETTER
tending well to the front of the body '
Christ (Ps. 16 :8-10). The disciples
and well to the
rear. The back should

" :' be wide and long, and the hips wide Christ's themselves resurrection were living(v. 32)witnesses. of BAKING POWDER 15 NOW) IT FACTS

apart. The head should be short and
/ c. From his ascension to the right
square, with prominent eyes. There TWICE/
"':y':". should be good distance from the hand of God (v. 33). The proof' that oNL 2APoUNDI
= he had ascended on high was the wonderful
breast bones
;: to the pubic bones. 'The
,';:t. shanks of a good hen are well bleached miracle of the Spirit's operationIn

; :<;'.." out their midst (John 16:7). I .
"::":', : 4. The effect of the sermon (vv. 37- }

42). Many people were convicted of r
1{ iJ. Winter Sunshine Needed
their sins; some three thousand repented -
I k:" We cannot Ignore the need of poultry and were baptized. The evIdence 0, cI4Ac

-. ''i'': for winter sunshine. It Is well ,, that the coming of the Spirit
; ./. 'A." ';: known that ultra-violet rays are a pow- was real was: "

1 ,t.-c,... : erful factor in Increasing egg production a. That they continued steadfastlyIn

} hatchability, and fertility, as wellas the apostolic teaching (v. 42).

In maintaining healthful conditions. b. They continued In fellowship with .LLi

Ultra-violet rays promote bone and the apostles (v. 42). S

,L V body growth, and build vitamin D. c. They continued in prayer (v. 42). _

During the winter months, when poultry d. They gave their possessions to F,

Is confined, reliable glass substitutes sustain those who had need (v. 45)', ol

bring these rays Indoors, whereas e. They lived gracious lives (vv. 46,

ordinary glass and soiled cloth curtains 47). I

I bar them.-Successful Farming I



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.. v v v v ,,1 THE LATEST IN DAXCE COSTUMES.r' Past Grand :Matron, of Sebring, and y pressive address on Encouragement,.

? 1 Mrs. Joe Earman, Worthy Matronof which was enjoyable and inspiring'

::!:: TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY :=i_:= Iretta Sherman Chapter of West to all present. At the close of the-
Palm Beach as special guests and a
chapter, all were invited to the Wo-.
::: ::: full attendance ol local members.
2 A \ W Slto2* -4lPiJ: The rooms were artistically decor- man's club room for refreshments. 1 ..

? f ated with red roses and potted The visitors present were: Mrs.. r"\! ...,
y % 4 K feft..'?*>* '/VxA t'ij/SfcS'A.ftfSk\ The following was
1 plants. program
::. ::: Lula M. Scott P. G, :M., of Sebring;:
BY rendered to the delight of all:
t\ I kJ :Mrs. Anna Fredrick, Grand Instructor -
Solo Mrs. E. K.- :Martin.
:!: RUSSELL KAY :: .f tiJ %i' Piano Dist. 16, Punta Gorda; Mrs.
Musical Reading, :Mrs. W. D. .
? y 'I Georgia Earman, W. M., West Palm
j ? ;, : :.;k ,ik ; Greene. Beach; Mrs. Iris Martin, Mt. Dora;
:N N:N:.:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:.:N N N:N:M N Ni:N:N.:NS Dance, Virginia Smith; Miriam Mrs. Mayme Allen, P. M., Lake
When they told me there was a Yoder,' Irene Scott.., Carolyn Bryant, Worth; Mrs. C. E. Allen, P. P., Lake

guy on the fair grounds at the Flor" Wanda Faye Yoder. I'I Worth; Mrs. Louise Troyer, P. M.,
: Two vocal solos-Prof. J. \ F. Gorda ,Mrs. Laura Reed
ida Fair passin' out dollar bills to Punta ; W. ,
Houck accompanied by Mrs. E. K. I I
folks who stopped at his booth I W.; 11.Punta Gorda; Mrs. Harry

didn't know whether to send for an Martin, pianist. I Sistrinck, Punta, Gorda..

alienist or call a cop. A delicious salad course, was served -:I

, It sounded like a lot of hooey so' :: at the close of the program.At II

I grabs my hat and dashes: off to L IrJI4144iI I eight o'clock Friday eveningthe I I .

find out what it was all about. Push- t4! members, with distinguished Cloth Long in Use
in' through the crowd at guests and a number of visitors met
my way I Jean cloth/ lijis; been In use! for work
fi booth' we'd sold to a real estate in the Chapter- room in special ses- -men's clothing! ; -mil them overalls or

man, I finds a, genial gentleman sion. Notwithstanding' the scarcity by other .mimes-since the SISte('ntIcentury
standin' there with a great gob of of flowers the room' was tastefully
I TJIP mime Is derived) front
dollar bills in his hand each ono 'i '' ( J t'Y,gr ,, ty ty r \2. hy $v si .a decorated with red roses. the clt.v (If'Jnen.' one ol the Moorish

wrapped in a neat little Mother gSCt \ K. An initiatory ceremony was held ':n i!I'I!.. i-l 1 r.j;>:';-n. \\liirli \\is tjip Pill Ii
fiubbard, and as the gentleman lec- with !.!rs. Lottie Larsen as candi- >f a larae fpxtllp Industry In the Six-

tured on Florida and Florida opportunities lilt! t L date to receive degrees of the order; tponth century\ Tin* lirst hive nvrrnlU i
; also a courtesy candidate ,to exemplify
he would stop occasionallyto S yet tX %YYide\ i\,in this mintry. worp mnrlo nlioul
pass out a bill. ..n ..r.t 'c A.y' ; w yy 'i; r T'.t, work: Mrs. Rickard gave an im- I I SIII ::

"Here,' Brother," 'he'd say, "haveone I :; ,icw'ilRj? '
of my cards, plant it and 'a few :rs::. *

more in the right kind of Florida .
.soil and you'll not have to r,'

about the Old Age Pension." at5iY:: ; I Better Breakfasts j I

Then he went on to tell about the ",'i 55' rylH
success he'd had' plantin' dollars '4 >nti: > )f '

down here, how; they: grew and what ,,,

fun it was to harvest a crop of 'em. SC.J5. r 'r
Well, I figures they must be phoney .ti .N.T.. 1i "

or somethin' so I. eased up close i%'; 1
and made it business to have t
my my .>;S ..
hand In his way: when he passed out : rGS:;\ \\i,w?,:..

the next smacker. '% '': dyara >:?,;fie r r ey! i yffiNw. zTJ

Believe it or not, it was the gen- .. ,
i% x'i;:<' :.\fG' :x'ice'.r, .ra2wtvJ S'f/1 rr
uine article, bearing the well-known
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bust of Father George and the as- >, ';,2! 0/y\fyA.y/; ;Y .yr.yt. :'vfitEky h ra.n.y i fa

surance that the United States of 7b ;L !'% : 'Y.F 'i r. SN4 i i,.,, f(
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America would pay to the bearer on +.'At..t.'a> ,' 'H. .+,v:5 v.Z.y,,'.,/,...ii5,RU;.:..::",>.i Awj'k'S A.ckA' 'w i'_ff -.....,... eiSAryr.y : 'y 7!;
demand, etc.The'little.
pink wrapper pasted Senorita Conchita Leona. Spanish tCaliente". '(hot garden) dance which '

around it read:, '; dancer of Tampa; Florida., introduces she will offer at the Verbena to be ,, "'i r

PLANT THIS two new styles.-first, the latestin 'given at Tampa, February 23. The t
and watch it grow under. the direction ,dance costumes' made .of Havana Verbena marks the opening of the
of tobacco, and second, the "Cigarral cigar industry golden jubilee..

Dr. Harry Wentworth Davis, R. 'D.

Realtor, "Everyone' -' 'around me wanted Economist to Eastern Stars Held :1::::.. .

see it, feel it, smell it. They just 4. ,_,
.couldn'J: believe it was real. ; I passedit Reception Friday for
'round and each in turn would I don't have to wait till with a tart ,home-made plum jam.

satisfy, himself) ;and say "Well/- blow Visiting W. G. M. YOU forty to begin life. I And of course coffee-vacuum ,
me down" or' "I'll be a cock-eyed so You can begin it at 6:40 or packed and steaming hot. '
and so." 7:40 any fine morning if your Bananas in Pineapple Juice .. ,
breakfast is the sort that makesa Corned Hash with
But don't kid yourselves intothinkin' (Moore Haven Democrat) Beef
new man of 'you.Toast and
Poached Eggs ,
Mrs. Nancye Rickard of Miami,
that Mr. Davis '
was screweyor coffee won't do the trick. It' may Toasted English Muffins
even dumb, he was a darn smart Worthy Grand Matron of the Florida tide you over, but for getting out Plum Jam Coffee

guy. For every'dollar he gave away Grand Chapter, Order Eastern Star, and doing things you'll need food Bananas in Pineapple Juice:

he was gettin' back a hundred dollars I was' the 'guest of honor 'at a delightful that gives energy and inspiration. Slice four large bananas into

worth of swell. advertisin' : reception given ,by the local Try this breakfast that startsoff eight dessert glasses. Pour over ,
He didn't, try to sell anybody a chapter, No. 1J.6; last Friday after- 'with a different fruit cup, features the contents of one No. 2 can of )';!!JY
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lot at a dollar down and a dollar noon at 3:30 in' the Woman's' Club corned beef. hash, with a pineapple juice and three table- .
'week. He never said a word about room. This was the regular annual crisp crust on top that supportsa spoons maraschino cherry syrup' ',
fluffy poached egg, and then pro- which have been chilled together
free sidewalks, ornamental plant F :visit of the Worthy Grand Matron ceeds with English muffins overnight., Sprinkle with a little,
ings, lights, gas, telephone, sewers .v .X v Y ,and is one of the outstanding eventsof toasted golden brown enough to' chopped fresh mint. This serves
all' in or*:pavin' paid. isJ the year. The reception' 'was at- I suit an Englishman, and served eight persons.* '

He just told about the successhe tended also by Mrs.. Lula M.. Scott,

had enjoyed by plantin' dollar -
bills' in Florida and now and then ,* *. -

handed' out for seed that some other '

guy' could plant ,and dropped the :: :: :: .

gentle' hint that if they' weren't quite Na t tonal 't. ,!i't F 0 R S A L E o. '..

sure how to go about it, they might ..:. ,o yy'.
come: up and see' him some time.It 9 ,. ..t..' 'to:

was 'just about the cleverest Cherry Week ::1: ::: Attractive. Clewiston Home Small Cash Paymentp:: ::

advertisin' saw. .
stunt I ever I talk- T"'EBRUARY is famous for many 1
ed to a lot of folks who' had' received H things. ;Among them Na- Y ?
one of. his unique cards. Did they tional Cherry Week. Cheer yf yy
throw it')'away? They !did not. Did for cherries then, and serve these xx
good dishes which an expert die + t
they spend it? Not on' your life. xx
titian has devised for the nation's:; + x
What they did do was carry it happiness: xf ,' wa, ity if
Around in 'their pocket and show it xx

to everybody'' they met. Two Cherry Puddings :f : i-2" 'VT' < ; ' ct' ,> +: :+
1\Ir.' Davis' dollars will be goin'
Clear Cherry Tapioca: Combine ..
the rounds adyertisin' that gentleman one 'cup of ;syrup from canned pit- 1.9io:. ,;. St ..i.. .io.

and in'cidently the state of Flor- ted red cherries with one cup water .. yy't.y
;. bring,to boiling and add three' :. :0 .' '.
after ,
long Mr. Roosevelt's dol- t. '.0 .: :. ,
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lars are all gone and forotten. tablespoons quick-cooking tapioca. ': .i. ,
Cook in a double boiler for' fifteen /
And &
Congressmen used to think xx
minutes or until 'transparent, I
they, were big hearted when they stirring often. Add onefourthcup tt I tt
gave, away .fret seeds. sugar, a few grains of salt, x + xx
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a .. and stir' until dissolved. Pour : :y AA
; BeasleyWallerMoore over one; cup of pitted red ,cher X A
/ ries which have been drained. t
Turn out into glass dessert dishes X1'to. t .19
and chill. Serve with' plain or : /t. 't'
'.' ( Haven Democrat) whipped cream. This serves fouror ': '' YY,
Coming as surprise- to the majority five persons. '
' 'of' their* Baked Cherry Pudding: Sift A 1 ?
: many'friends was
together two cups flour, four tea- .i. <" tJ' .' Y
the' news of the marriage of Mrs. .. I .: 't.
spoons baking powder, one tea- :3. .t.'to
Eddie Waller and J. R. Beasley, spoon salt and two tablespoons I Y

which 'vas solemnized Saturday ,sugar. Cut or' rub in four table f /t. >a ,44-;' 1

morning'in Sebring. spoons shortening.> Add three- 1. .: -'..t t,1. i... ,M r .. Y1. .
Mrs. Beasley, until the last of fourths cup milk and when mixed, .t.. .;. 0 9:. 'i.'.
January was a clerk in the local office spread out thin in a deep buttered 9: .0' k S' .::' '..
o'r'the National ReemploymentService'and baking dish. Drain the cherries 1
from No. 2 of Y
a can pitted red
'. had been A
connected with cherries spread over the top and .:.. .t., .
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work since its
inception Aside
sprinkle over one-half
cup sugar. I I _.
from a few months last year when Dot with two tablespoons butter AA
ot. .f. yy
she worked "in the Clewiston andBelle Bake in a moderate oven-375 degrees A .t' ,.

' Glad '' offices she was located -for thirty to thirty-five 0:... ..:0.. f _
the entire time in Moore Haven, and minutes. This serves eight per i ; The Balance I Like Rent 0'.0'to .i.
Pay .
has made' sons. Serve with the followingsauce. :: :: .
many: warm friends here. .

Mr. Beasley holds a for iuan's po- Sauce: Mix Together two table *i *i WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :i: :::
sition' with the State Road Depart- spoons and two .t..t. .
ment and came here a little more cornstarch.sugar Add the syrup teaspoons from, YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :_!: :

than a year ago at the start of construction the No. 2 can of pitted red cher-
'on the hard-surfacing bc- ries, and cook gently until clear n
Clewiston Home
tween' town and Main's Corner. At and Serve creamy over ,the stirring pudding.constantly.Serve = Building Association H= t

present he is
supervising workof cream in addition, if desired. A ..
finishing shoulders along the new This serves eight persons.* .t. .::0 PHONE 102 "iL
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