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 15, 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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Members of the state board of Royal Dangard (popularly knownby ;

AT FT. MYERS FAIRA control and heads of the various AFTER APRIL 15THHopes the nickname "Peanut") is in a WEDNESDAY NIGHT '
state institutions are visitors In Moore Haven hospital in a .

Clewiston today, making a trip thru iI I i condition, following an automobile -.

remarkably fine display of pro- the sugar house of the United States of the Hendry county board : accident Sunday evening when the Sports which gives the spectators ,:4

duce was arranged in the Hendry Sugar corporation after visiting of public instruction of using some car which he was driving overturned almost as, much exercise as the play- '"',

1. county booth at the Southwest Florida state experimental stations in the of the race track: money immediately in the roadside ditch "a short distance ers Is "Donkey Baseball", if the ':;:

Everglades.In for use in paying school teachers south of Moore Haven. George games played on the Clewiston Kiwanis -
J- Fair this week, and it is attract-
: ing much favorable comment. Due the party are expected: A. H. salaries waned this week, as a telegram Perez, who was riding with Dangardat Field this week are to be "
the time, suffered only minor injuries taken as a fair ,sample of the game. ..
received from Governor ,
.1- Beach was
::; ,: to the December freeze and subse1 Wagg, of West Palm George
indicating cuts and bruises. Dangardhas The donkeys, as a rule, saved them
Baldwin Sholtz that distribu-
Bland H. no
1 :: quent cold weather and frost, the H. A. H. g, C.
"" ', agricultural exhibits were cut far Duncan and J. Semmes, members of tion of race track funds would be seven broken ribs, one of which selves any strenuous exercise,' but

.S:!: short of the usual number. Charlotte the state board of control, and of made by the state authorities until punctured the lung, and little hopeis their riders got plenty in their often

1 and Hendiy were the only counties the state plant board, J. T. Diamond, April fifteenth this year. held for his recovery. futile efforts to stimulate a little ,

1 entering exhibits this year. secretary to the board, Dr. Edward Several messages were dispatchedto The two boys were enroute to activity in their steeds.

Conradi, president of the Florida Tallahassee early'in the week, requesting Moore Haven about 8 o'clock Sun- A crowd of spectators that sur-
: semi-circle was arranged in the
State College for Women; Dr. JohnJ. that a distribution be madeof day evening, in a car owned by Tra- rounded the players and contributed -
; q center of the booth, and here were
1 Tigert, president of the Univer- that portion of the funds alreadyon cy Stone. Perez said they met a car their bit to the Kiwanis fund for '
r found the citrus products of _the '
.co'unt sity of Florida, and Dr. J. C. Settles, hand, as was made last year, in which 'crowded them off onto the the Community Recreation Center
j:L )'; king oranges, Valencias,
order that the and the school laughed, shouted and rooted for
president of the Florida School for county
?t't .pineapple oranges, common grapefruit shoulder of the road, and Dangard,
'. ,the Deaf and Blind. board would have the use of .the their favorites during the five inning
f Mars seedless grapefruit, tangerines who was at the wheel, lost control of
money before the date set by law for game between the U. S. Sugar
The state board of control is
n and lemons. In front were arranged -
final distribution. the car. The automobile turned over Corporation and U., S. Engineers
in West Palm Beach
j'J baskets of strawberries and meeting today
i J samples of raw and refined sugar and visiting the State Experiment Comptroller Lee wired, in replyto three times, and''' was practically de- Wednesday evening. The game waa
office that he a tie 00.According.
a message tohis ,
dfJ' from the Clewiston mill., Fifteen foot station at Belle Glade and the State molished.

stalks of sugar cane formed the: Prison Farm there..' They will leave would make the distribution! as soon Perez is .employed 'at Darcy'sLaundry to rules of the game
iC as funds were turned over to him. all players except pitcher and"catcher
Clewiston to return to Palm Beach -
; background on the wall of the booth. and Dangard was an em-
this evening and tomorrow will vis- The Governor's message stated that and batter were mounted on Mex-
Two rows of various canned goods,
vegetables, fruits, jellies, marmalades it experiment stations. in the Miami- he considered it inadvisable to dis ployee on the dredge, Mayacca, until ican burros, specially trained for the

: and similar: products of Hend- Homestead area and -will visit Key tribute funds prior to the session of it tied up recently. game. The batter mounts 'a waiting

attrac- West 'on Monday. the legislature as it is within the burro, if he makes a hit. The base-
t ry county kitchens made an
power of that body to change the running burros provide most of the
.' tive rim to the semi-circle. Farm Loan Field Man
.. 'J allocation of these funds. and not few or'their rid
activity a
, ::
. On ,each side of the semi-circle P.-T. A. Gives Founders I '
,', The telegram in full said: ers landed in the dust before they
was a quarter-circle of fresh vege- Visits ClewistonA
"Hon. W. T., Hull, .. reached first base.
table3. Much of this display came Day 'Program TonightA .
Clerk, LaBelle, Florida. I
-- All
mounted and
> 5 from Clewiston: apd vicinity and included fielders were
,.r ,: yellow beans: English peas, RETEL Ninth Law provides that plea that special efforts be must remain'so, except when pickingthe
yellow crook-neck squash and green Founders Day Program is be- funds shall be distributed by April made at this time to save from foreclosure ball up from the ground. The
-. squash, cucumbers, egg plant, toma- ing presented at the meeting of the fifteenth stop Earlier distributionwas Florida farms and groves donkeys favorite trick seemed to be

toes, Red Bliss potatoes, Casovas; P.-T. A. at the. high school auditorium made last year upon executive seriously affected by the'' recent to wander around the outfield instead

,' :,. authority as there was no legisla- freeze has been made by Governor of
Porta Rican potatoes, collards, Chinese tonight. The meeting, is the an- running bases. It happened

", .. S I, cabbage, cauliflowers, Bermuda nual birthday party of the organization tive session stop it is within the Dave Sholtz, according to Gardner several times that the first bass

onions, rutabagas, purple top turnips and, a program has been ar- power of the legislature to make' a Bennett field man for' the Florida donkey balked completely and some

f J" red radishes, white radishes, ranged by Miss Mae Drew. Mrs. G. change in allocation of these fundsas Farm Debt Adjustment Commission, fielder, whose steed was not quiteso

beets, carrots, lettuce, mustard and B. Thomas, chairman of the hos- it will be in session this year in who called on local members of the onery, came to the rescue and retrieved -

cabbage. pitality committee, is in charge of advance, of the date 'contemplated organization today. the ball for the exasperatedfirst
for final distribution it is not considered -
Fronds of palms and Hawthorne the refreshments and social hour. advisable for the executive The plea was issued during a baseman.Art .

boughs were arranged on the wall The program has been preparedas meeting of leaders in farm debt con- Lawrence, pitching for the
department to do anything that
\ _' and vases of sultana, amaryllis and follows! :, might interfere with the cilation work held recently in the U.'S. S. Corp., held the Engineers to

several varieties of roses lent color Poem: The Moo Cow Moo, Nora progressof I office of the Florida body in Tallahassee four scattered hits, one by William
the advise '
legislature. please cosigners -
and beauty to the group. Oglesby. of telegram. David which Mr. Bennett attended Hooks in the second inking, Leslie
as a representative of this dis- Miller's in the third, Dick Hooks' in
Violin Solo Lawson Jones.
The exhibit was arranged by Her- : Sholtz, Governor.REMAINDER.
bert O'Bannon, Mark Poole, Alto Talk: The Hopes of the Founder, trict. the fourth and Joe Johnson's in the

Hires, county commissioners, Mrs. Mrs. Grover Poole. "Many farmers 'and' growers fifth.Hookey

H. H. Delaney, Mrs. H. H. McCall, Music: Mr Waring. OF PAY whose crops this year would have Avant played the stellar

Mrs. E. L. Rogers and Mrs. L. O. Play:, The Ideal P.-T. A. Birthday I I produced sufficient revenue to provide -' role, by batting 1000 percent duringthe

' ": Gravely of the LaBelle Community Cake.-A- group of school pupils. P.- I I a living 'and to meet mortgage game making three safe hits in

( 1 Club. Dave Alston gathered many of. T. A. Song, by the Assembly.Cake CUT IS RESTORED TO payments are now without means to three times at bat. Campbell Nail,

the ,vegetables for, the exhibit.In sandwiches and punch will I carryon," the governor said. "Thereis of the Sugar Corporation's team,

addition to'the agricultural ex- be, served after the business meeting of course: the matter of their immediate made a safe hit in the fifth, as did

adjourns.The FEDERAL EMPLOYEES needs, but in addition manyof Max Cole.Several.
hibit, the fair contains many school
them face foreclosure. I ask you substitutions were made
redecorated stage curtain is
exhibits, several manufacturing and
Industrial exhibits, many booths of to be used for the ,first time for to give these people special consid- during the game among the players,

Fort this meeting. The curtain is most at- President Roosevelt on Wednesday eration, for they are entitled ,to ev- but the burros remained at their
Myers organizations, a stock
exhibit, and automobile show. tractive and was made possible signed a joint 'resolution which I'ery bit of assistance we can lend." posts during the full five innings

through the cooperation of businessmen restored the remaining 5 percent pay Policies of the federal land banksin which constitute a game in Donkey

:, A rodeo is being featured in front who purchased advertisingspace cut of federal employees, effective refinancing farm debts were ex- Baseball.

,:'. of the grand-stand each afternoonand on it and through the gener- April first. plained by Henry Johnson, a mem- The lineups:

evening. Bull-dogging steers, osity of Sidney Hoover who design, The restoration, ,of the pay'of 'U. S. ber of the senior loan committee of U. S. Sugar Corporation. Avant,

riding bucking bronchos, roping and d and painted a portion of it. The employees to their normal sum is the Columbia, S. C., land bank, at catcher; Art Lawrence, pitcher;

\ other cowboy tricks are displayed. 'eachers solicited the advertise- particularly good -news in this section the recent conference. Jack Tarver, 2nd base; Cecil Park-

Several of the cowboys are from ments, in order 'that there might be where approximately 550 men Views on the general farm cre- inson, 1st base; Merrel Lowe, 2nd

Hendry county, and two of the buck- funds for the purchase of globes are employed by the government on dit situation were offered by Dr., G. base; Junior Thomas, center field;

ing bronchoes were loaned to the I and ,similar equipment needed in the the federal levee' project of U., S. W Foster, noted economist, of Ral- i Barney, Thomas, center field; Camp-
Fair by the Ringling Circus, in winter base Dave Alston,
bell Nail, 3rd ;
various class rooms. Engineers. eigh, N. C., who, in addition to being -
quarters at Sarasota.The I Russell Whiddon 2nd
3rd base ,
The, restoration effects federal head of the department of economics ;
Royal Palm midway has the RED CROSS COURSE IN employees in all 'departments of I I in the North Carolina State base, ; Luther Lowe. left field; Max

usual concessions, an unusual number NURSING BEING GIVEN service. I College and a member of his state'stax Cole, left field; Tom Shelley, short;
of splendid and tricky rides and short Joe Cato right
r Red Hawkins, ; ,
A fifteen percent reduction in salaries i commission, is serving as execu-

several The side shows. Mrs. Mildred A. Frison, FERA was made as an emergency I I tivve secretary of the North Carolina field; Dick Knight, right field.U. .
Fair is attracting a large Hooks, 2nd
nurse for Hendry county, is givinga mea'sureand the reduction has, been Farm, Debt Adjustment commis- S. Engineers-Dick
number of visitors this year. It is an I
Robert Smith, 1st base "Peg"Liddell
= practical, and helpful course in withdrawn with, two previous 5 per- base; ;
rY'- S annual event sponsored by the Fort Home Hygiene and the Care of the cent restorations. sion.Other visitors taking part in the catcher; A. V. Southard,
.1' Myers American Legion Post. I I Bill Mc-
short William Hooks, 3rd;
Sick. The course is given each Mon- discussions were W. Kerr Scott of ;

4 -.q T day for' the high, school girls at BASKETBALL: HERE :MONDAYThe I I Haw River, N. C., field representative Cracken, right field; Ivy Pafford,

:, Mrs. Charles O. Roberts Clewiston. I! of the Federal Farm Credit Administration right field; Leslie Miller, left field;

There will be twenty-five hours of first home basketball game Of'_ 'I and B. L. McCoy, of Joe Johnson. center field;' Grover

instruction and at the conclusion of the season will be played by the Atlanta, field man for the Georgia Poole, pitcher; Coburn Moore, pitcher. -
.Mrs. Charles O. Roberts died at
the course, a test will be given and Clewiston boys and girls team Monday Farm Debt Adjustment commission. .
her home in Clewiston Monday af- I Rose Marie, 1st
certificates issued to those satisfac- with the LaBelle school teams. Applications. for assistance; in Donkeys-Baby
ternoon at .4: 30 o'clock after a long ] Dear 2nd base Mae' West,
base; ;
torily completing the work. Flood lights have been erected Hendry 'county are now being re-
illness. Funeral services were con- short Florida,
: The course Is given under the auspices and the court is to be Used for night ceived by the local committee, mem- 3rd base; Lightnin, ;
ducted at the residence Monday Bow left field ,
,' of the Clewiston chapter of playing for the first time on Monday -: bers of which are: Clarence Hubert, right field; Clara ;
night by Dr. D. Williams, field John Dil-
; Jenkins
Moran, center ;
,'. the American_ Red Cross., evening.Mr. Ft. Denaud; Everett Buchaul and
. ;. minister of the Community Church. I I Il LaBelle E. linger, base runner, Hoot Gibson,
', Lewis O. Gravely, of ;
; The body was taken to Oklawaha, base runner; Zasu Pitts, base run
.. > .
and Asa
.I "' ,. Kelley,
near Ocala, where services were held ,,v. : N'I I ner; Will Rogers, base runner.
send, Felda.Chemistry.
:t. r and Interrment made in the Oklawaha ",j "" I Thursday night, the Harlem Black

:. .: cemetery Tuesday. ) Keathley Bowden, Editor: /: ?'( : \ ;,. Cats and the Benbow :Midnight Ten
'' ,' '
, ?r .: ,.' Mrs. Roberts is survived by her Clewiston News, -1 '""" ,' I Class Studies two colored teams, played the sec-
\ '
12 husband, two daughters, Mrs. J. I/ Clewistou, Florida. ond of the Donkey Bas'eball games.

("::i. Scott of Oklawaha, Mrs. Gratton Dear Mr. Bowden: I Sugar Making at MillB. with the same resulting score, 0-0.

: ...jst.George, of Clewiston and one son,
It is less than before'the State will
fifty days Legislature con-
;. Charles, of Clewiston. .
i vene. E. Herring, instructor of sci- B & B Moved Into
2>f The Roberts family moved to this
- ; I
As Representative from this County I am anxious to do whatI
.\'::: ''t: section .from: Oklawaha about two can for its betterment and earnestly request the suggestion of ence at the local High School, arranged Old Alston BuildingThe

;:: ,:., years ago. living in Moore Haven for anyone concerning legislative matters,'I am anxious to know what an. hour of laboratory instruction I

,.: some time before moving to Clewis- the people want done about a sales tax, the control of liquor or any I for his c chemistry' class at

,g, '" ton. The sympathy of the community other matters concerning our welfare. the sugar mill Thursday.J. B and B Cash Grocery moved

t i :: ; is extended to the bereaved fam- In order that the public may be advised 'of its contents, I will this week into the Old Alston Build-

',,, .f\:'. ,. ily. appreciate it if anyone having a local bill to be passed will furnishme P. Percy, assistant .superintendent ing on Francisco street. near, the

with a copy at least twenty days before,the legislature meets.I and his chemist gave a practical Clewiston Inn. The store-room was,
',' am the people's Representative and want them to feel free to
{ Mrs. J. A. McGehee left Saturdayfor demonstration of the sugar-making recently vacated by the Arabian
discuss with me any matter they are concerned about.
Miami where she Is remainingfor methods to the group which included Grill.

-: some time under the care of a Yours, very truly, ;l"- '., .'. Emma Bethea. Lily Merle Wynn, The south portion of the buildingis

heart specialist; She was accompanied .. .l.ri:: Elbert L.' Stewart;; VV-; :: .l{;;A .. j Evelyn Hare, Merrel Lowe, George being repainted and the interior'remodeled

on the trip by her husband and -" ., ., '-' :: r .: : ; Bestor William Cowart, and Jam.. & I Into an 'apartment by
', Miss Gynna Henriksen. Hall. 'Mrs. Mary Hayes. Davia, .


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except for the prominence of Colonel ADMINISTRATION forces using TEARS AND INVITATIONS

CURRENT EVENTS Lindbergh, the case has been about on crushed all BRISBANETHIS

a par with the usual murder trial. opposition to Jam the President's Popular girls, I've noticed, never

New developments which he has .assured $4,800,000,000 relief program through; I show anything but their best facesIn

the press will be "a big sur the house. Efforts to public. They know that whilea i

PASS IN REVIEW prise" to Bruno Hauptmann have been fight the:grant of such WEEKA broken 'heart Is all very well In

promised by David T. Wilentz, New unprecedented authority song and story, as a sleeve decora-

Jersey attorney general. The exact nature to the Presidentwere tion it has' no charm. So to"you who

of this Information has not been unavailing as the Baby Grows Up yearn for an appreciative stag line I

ICKES ASKS GRAND JURY TO divulged, but Is expected to,be intro- /'Fo' White House crackedthe Senate's Good News- suggest that :you hide your sorrows,

INVESTIGATE CHARGES OF duced soon."COMETHING. whip over revolt- Five Little Girls if any, behind a gay demeanor and a
: 'R >t Ing representatives. Final $4,880,000,000 thorough job of heauUfying.RuthIl1rrin
went wrong with the vote on the meas- :\ Beauty; Editor, Good House-
Fifty-three years ngo a good AmerIcan
ure was 328: to 78. .
EDWARD W. PICKARD steering apparatus. That seemsto The vote climaxed a mother, weak, but happy, receivedIn keeping.:

Western Newspaper Union. be the only explanation for the trag- her arms a small baby, with pink ,
edy that overtook the Ward liner Mohawk '
deMate face and little hair. That baby now
1' TTOXEST HAKOLD" Ickes has off the New Jersey coast and
lives in the White House face bronzedby
been subjected to lots of abuse that cost the lives of 15 of the vessel's Members attempted to .
Roosevelt ocean air, hair thick ,at fift '-threu.
by congressmen and others, but he does passengers and 31 members of the attacn .
years of age. WHEN YOU TAKEA
not intend to let anything be put over crew. In no other way could anyone protect private Industryfrom '
which The baby has to be FranklinD.
projects grown
government mightbe
on the Public Works account for the weird fact that the Mohawk -
launched under the relief Roosevelt, President of the United
of plan.
administration, a fast ship, was rimined by the
which he Is the admin- freighter Talisman when both were out- When this failed they endeavored to States.. LAXATIVE!

istrator. At his request bound from New York and the Mohawk allocate the- money for specific pur-

a special grand had started several hours before the poses. One hundred and twenty-five million

jury has been summoned Talisman. The liner !had hove to below When the debate had ,reached Its Americans are grateful to his mother use a spoonIt
who, happily, has lived to her "son
to meet In Ambrose height the President sent
Light to calibrate Its compass ; a messageto ,
Washington on Feb- then, as she was under way again and ,the house declaring It would, be move up; from the cradle In which she isn't what brand of laxative you
uary 6 to inquire Into passing the freighter she sheered Impossible to segregate items for which first placed him, to earth's most important take that's so important-it's the

charges of graft in sharply to port and ran directly across the money would be expended, but that place among men. il form. A liquid laxative ,can be takenin

the PWA. Assistant the Talisman's bow, was rammed and the huge outlay of sums would be devoted Congratulations and thanks, first of any required amount. If only alittle'ls

......"--.- United States Attor- sank within half an hcur. Both ships to public projects and that after all, to President Roosevelt's mother ; bit too needed much., you need never takea

Sec'y Ickes ney John W. Fihelly sent out SOS calls at once and theMohawk's the immediate crisis of unemployment'had good wishes, congratulations and a Doctors favor the easily measured

has the matter In ; life boats were promptly passed it was his hope that the long life to President Roosevelt. liquid laxatives. Instead of any form

band for the government and will launched. The survivors were pickedup country; ,:could, set aside $500,000,000 a that does not encourage variation

present first testimony concerningthe by two other liners, and the bodiesof year' for the "national plan." The people of the United States are from the fixed dose.'A fixed dose may

$4,000,000 canal project in Texas.It most of those killed were gatheredup The White House message was the to. be congratulated that by the decision be child.an overdose for you-or your

was asserted that the contract of the senate they will not' be
by coast guard vessels.; -
signal for the Democratic majority to Always remember this one thing
for" this project was withdrawn pushed Into the back door of the about
push the measure across with little constipation: the secret of any
after llr. Ickes' investigators had League of Nations through the World real
uncovered : relief'is reduced dosage.
serio-comic "civil[ war" In change from its original form. On the
evidence that there was a huge THAT court. Give the bowels much
only as help ..
Long's domain Is becomingmore final vote 26 Republicans voted for :
conspiracy to defraud the United Mr. Hull, secretary of state, wanted as may be needed, and less help as.4ifr
serious than comical and almost the bill Seven Progressives and three
States. Eight or ten persons, including the United States to go into the World need grows less. You will find Dr. -
any day may develop into real war Farmer-Laborltes also registered affirmative Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin an excellentaid
federal officials are said to be In- '
andY submit
important matters
fare. It was cen- votes. Ten Democrats, five in regulating the bowels. It contains
volved. Mr. Ickes himself said: tered for the presentat from Georgia, three from Virginia, and affecting this country to foreign Judges senna and cascara (natural

"The Public Works administration investigation the state capital. two from Indiana, voted with the oppo- appointed by nations that have swin laxatives) and it will clear-up any

division has made a long Two hundred armed sition. died this country out of ten thousand bilious, sluggish condition without

and careful study of the Texas project men, directed by lead- million dollars. Why, in heaven's upset. Delightful,taste, and ple&ant
upon the direction of'the administrator Because of the gag rule adopted by name? action. Your druggist has it.
of the
ers Square
(Ickes) and presented to the proper Deal association the douse, only amendments offered

prosecuting officials of the governmenta seized the parish court, by the appropriations committee couldbe Those marvelous Canadian babies, .te: e&.1ASYRUP
full ,report for such' action considered in vital sections of the
they house In East Baton the Dionne quintuplets, eight monthsold
deem to take." measure. Such minor amendments as
proper Rouge and held it_ un- decided are healthy, happy, each one a PEPSINPimples
This Texas were upon went through without
case may consume sev- til assured that one of separate little lady of Intense Individ
eral weeks s serious opposition.One .
and afterward the grand their friends who had uality. All pretty, all Intelligent with
Jury is expected to investigate some -."- of the amendments striking outa
been arrested was re- good foreheads, well-shaped heads.
other projects and also charges of leased. They then Huey Long list of projects that might be Included What a wonderful family I It seems

fraud in the War department. dispersed with a: warning from one In spending the $4,000,000,000 and almost a pity that they cannot remain Face
leaving the vast 'to be used for : on
John Appel to "be sure you have :through all eternity.

DURING the debate in the house on enough ammunition and be ready for "federalor nonfederal projects"actually Never Could

bill to increaseby the call at any time." broadened the powers of the President The house of representatives, 329 to

'$9,000,000,000 the amount of long- The Kingfish was in :New Orleans at The $800,000,000 will be used at thePresident's 78, gives the President four thousand Shave '

term securities the treasury can issue, the time, but he' hastened to Baton discretion for relief purposes eight hundred and eighty million dollars

Representative Reed of New York quot- Rouge while Governor Allen called out while the program Is being put to be spent in accordance with I

ed Secretary Slorgenthau as saying that some troops and proclaimed partial I Into effect. his best Judgment to fight depression Healed by Cuticura

the treasury could not finance the work martial law In the, capital. Huey immediately Another amendment stftTck out a and unempl yment.

relief program unless congress broad- ordered the recently appointed subsection which gave the President In early days the little, "small "Three years ago my face and

ened its bond-issuing authority. So the Judge J. D., Womack to authority to postpone the end of any change" eigfity million dollars, tackedon arms broke out with a skin eruption

house passed the measure at once. start an Investigation of what he described existing government agency. This wasa at the end of the large figure, would that was followed by large, red pim

The bill, prepared by the Treasury as a plot to murder him, in move to satisfy certain Democratswho have astounded the, country, for 1 In ples. They festered and went allover

department, places the administration which "four sheriffs and a district at- were opposed to Secretary Ickes, those days millions were respectableunits. l my face and arms. They itched
squarely against inflation It provides torney" were involved. The senator and his PWA which
program expiresIn Now our government unit is the and burned and I could never shave.I .
authority to raise money necessary for declared : June. Another clause granting au- billion-one thousand millions. When lost much rest at night with them.

the public works, social security and "We picked up two men, one of them thority to the President to acquire will the, trillion start its career? The "Nothing I tried helped very much. }

similar measures, meet federal deficits, was going to drive the murder car. It personal property by the power of printing press could bring it. Then I saw an advertisement for ....

and might even be used to provide was all fixed up. He was going to eminent domain was also removed, as Cuticura .
Soap and Ointment and
funds for payment of the soldiers' block my car on the highway between wits the section granting'the Chief ,Not content with being reduced froma purchased them. I used about four

bonus. here and New Orleans make It stop Executive the power to impose two great empire to a small "backyard1: I cakes of Cuticura Soap and one and
Under provisions of the and force me in the ditch and then 14 years' Imprisonment
measure on any violator. by the last Hapsburg, Austria thinksit a half boxes of Cuticura Ointment ,
there would be ten-year bonds In or 1C were going to come along In another The only other amendment which suc- wants another emperor and Prince and now I feel like a new man. I
amounts as small as $-5, and as car and kill ceeded In
explaIned me. passage was one which pro- Starhemberg will say when little Prince am completely healed." (Signed)

by the Treasury department, "We found all the stuff in the fel vided that an accounting be made for Otto shall mount the throne. That I Harry R: Hall, 3958 14th Ave., Birmingham -
would be sold below par. There would low's car. There was sheriff's equip- all moneys spent. will mean'unhappiness
eventually foi Ala., Jan 20, 1934.
be no Interest, but each six months ment, and everything." Minority Leader Snell attacked the the young prince, and a good actor Soap 25c. Ointment 25c and 50c.
the bonds'would appreciate in value at Maybe Huey was right, for one Sid- bill
declaring that the money involved spoiled for Hollywood. Talcum 25c. Sold Everywhere. One
the rate of 2% per cent, plus com ney Songy testified at the Inquiry that amounted to one-eighth of the national sample each free. Address: "Cuti

pounded earnings. he had been given a gun, ammunitionand income, and that the house Gen. William
was enti- Mitchell, commanderof cura Laboratories, Dept. R, Malden,
Huge sums are Involved : first, the gas bombs to kill the senator.
tled to know what the all "
money was our flying fcrce in the big war. Iass.7Ad'IToBeHappy\.
creation of a revolving bond authorization Long blamed the Standard Oil
company for. Later In conceding the minority'sdefeat knows more about national defense
fund of 2GUOOUOOOU: ; and sec- for the armed assembly of his -
he said ,that if the opposition than anybody ,in this He
ond, the consolidation of the two enemies in Baton country.
pres- Rouge and said that
free to
was its mind
speak the bill writes to a friend seventy years old, as
ent revolving funds of $10,000,000,000each unless the company stopped the "vio -
would be defeated two to one, but that follows : ,

Into a joint L'0,000OOOfOOO: fund lence" his compromise with It over under the executive lash, there was no "During your lifetime have come the You Must Be Well i.:
for bills, certificates and notes. the 5-cent oil refinery tax would be chance of
defeating it.RECOMMENDATIONS. electric
telegraph and telephone tho
called off.Despite. ; Enjoy the sturdy health thatSARGON
gasoline engine with its accompani -
WHEN the senate passes the $4- this warning another armed
ment of automotive vehicles, the airplane
work relief measure, group of Square Dealers gathered at that Amer- and submarine. The
as It certainly will after all the ora- the Baton Rouge air field ; but some- Ica's air defense facilities be greatly is
now only one-sixth as
large when
tors get through, there need be no one betrayed them and a detachmentof increased will be made by President as
you appeared. If this
fussing as to who is to administer the the National Guard advanced on Roosevelt in a special message soon to developmentgoes I The powerful invigorating tonic
on, it Is difficult to say what ma can bring. Get sound refreshing ,
huge fund. President Roosevelt him- them In battle array. The sight of be sent to congress, it has been Indicated 3 ,
take place in the with keen x.:
next sleep-Eat a hearty ,
self, according in an authority'high in machine' guns was enough for the by those close to the adminis Will the biological seventy years appetite-Have that rugged glow ';A,''
administration circles, will undertake citizenry; they surrendered, were, disarmed tration. Construction of a series of air yellow supremacy : of health-Feed your starving ,,'-
races dominate :
will the
that job and will allocate the money placed under technical arrest bases for the United States, the addition or. mill nerves 'and impoverished blood '"

to the various agencies as he sees fir. and permitted to go home. ,of 4,000 planes to the service, and tary supremacy, so far, of the white Increase your bodily vigor and get

There will be no new set-up for this building a huge dirigible will be, among race be able to maintain our culture a new lease on life at once with
; and standards? The world Is growing the help of this wonderful tonic.
purpose, unless it the projects which the
may be a small groupof of a move by the Ital- ap I
advisors so small and so increasingly populated Sargon is for sale 'by all good
selected by Mr. Roosevelt. ian government to make proves.
These : a protectorate that one or the other will undoubtedly Drug Stores.
may be members of the cabinetor out of Ethiopia The construction
I was seen by proposed is In accord become master."

technical experts-more likely the I Euronean statesmen. Exploitation__ _n_ of__ with a report Just made by the

latter. This information was given the announcement of special aviation commission. It Is the Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan, whose father

the senate finance committee as it be- the slaying of a purpose of the commission to lease the collected pictures and other works: PARKER'S

gan consideration of- the bill; and was French Somallland ad- dirigible to a commercial firm as a, sister of art has decided to sell six pic u' HAIR BALSAM

designed tion to quiet some of the opposi- ministrator and 96( ship to the Graf Zeppelin which will tures. ,The price asked: is said to be Removes Impart Dan draff-Stops Color and Hair Falling

and also to curb the ambition of French Somallland em- start regular transatlantic service within $1,500,000. The BeautytoCra and Faded Hair
older J.
certain P. Morgan 60c and$1.oat Draggista.
gentlemen who had hoped to ployees and Somalis a few weeks. evidently H'eox Chem,wke. Pot,, e NY
good pictures. Two
handle the $4,000,000,000. It did not, was said to Indicate FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in
of the six
however, silence pictures, already sold to the coanectionwithParkeieHairBaleamMakestLet
those senators of both that a movement hair soft and
was Metropolitan fluffy.60 cents by mail or at drnsrSiflta. -
parties who still contend that too much on for Italy to take JAPAN'S foreign minister, Kokl Hi- "Anne museum", are a portraitof t .lUocoz Chemical Works Patchogne,N.Y.
power is given the President when he over the mountainous Soviet Russia that she by Peter Pau?
Is Rubens, and an altar piece by FillppcLippi. '>VNU-7
handed such a vast sum to dis- African kingdom to re- should stop fortifying the Siberian 6-35
pose of as, he pleases. store order. The frontier north of Manchukuo if friendly Nobody knows how much was

As passed by the house by a huge -'""- sent of France con-and relations are to be continued; between paid originally for either picture.A .

majority and under "gag rule" the bill Premier Great Britain to the the two countries. His remarks, Do lack
Mussolini rare ten-dollar gold piece, that I you PEP ?
appropriates, in addition to the $4- paH has been obtained, made In an address before the Imperial sold at '
000,000,000 for the President's work it was reported.A diet had special significance in auction for $530. might offer a Are you all In, tired and run down

relief program, $880,000,000 for immediate number of recent developmentspoint view of reports that Japanese troopsare suggestion for government profit. At a );
that rate, our $8,000.000,000 worth of
relief expenditure. And that is toward some action by the Ital- invading Chahar province to prevent 1UjNTERSMI11IS
the way .it will go through the senate. ian government. Premier Mussolini Sovietization of that region. gold could be changed into $400,000--
000,000 worth, nearly all profit Whc IIJ
recently took over the office of min- Russian fortifications In the Far TONIC
could contradict! the government if It
THE Hauptmann trial grinds on. ister of colonies; Gen. Emilio de Bono, East particularly of the strategic cross t
said that was the value? Will rid
jam the Flemlngton court- former minister of colonies, was ings of the Amur river, are becoming you

house each day In the hope of witnessing named high commissioner of Italian Increasingly irksome to the Japanese MALARIAand

something "sensational," there East Africa ; military roads have been army in Manchukuo. Other projects to Industrialists that put 25,000,000 automobiles ,

are the usual clashes between attorneys constructed through Italian Somallland which Japan is objecting are double on the roads In this country build you up.Used for 65 years for Chills,

for the state and for the defense, the to the Ethiopian frontier; and the tracking of the Trans-Siberian rallwa. helped their government last year. Fever Malaria and

prisoner continues to maintain his Italians have recently taken over a to Vladivostok and remodeling of th The federal tax on gasoline alone paid A General Tonic

composure under the terrific pressureto bigger share In the operation of the strong fortifications of that PacltL! more than $170,000,000. SOc and $1.00 At AU Drun e.
which he has been C King Features. Syndicate. Inc.
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f nervous

J SYNOPSIS his house, and told him to telephonehis I "You'ite both men after my own has been cut. Dan McNamara unhesitatingly -

1 orders ; when delivery was made, heart Well, take good care of your placed his finger on one fpale

1 I Theodore Gatlin adopts a baby, ':Penelope they were to be left on a table In the friends. I've got to be on the job till of these samples. "That was the cloth." V'tired

midnight "Sure that the suit I made for I !!
In an effort to solve his matrimonial basement. tonight. was

troubles. But his wife has "Bow to keep Miss Gatlin two "
"And / on't you answer the telephoneand long you goin' us years ago,
never wanted her, and their affairs end here?" "Did Miss Gatlin live In this ?
In the divorce court. At a baseball don't show yourself or then don't gamble with your bodyA
game a ball strikes ten-year-old Penelope near the front windows" he warned. "You can bet your sweet life It won't If so, I'd like to have her address."

: on' the nose. !Mrs. Gatlin spirits The fellow nodded. "By the way be very long. You're too dangerousto Ten minutes later McNamara was simple thing, perhaps\ .yet avery

tho child to Europe. Gatlin wills Penelope of that me." pressing the bell at the door of the serious one, resulting in loss of

all his money, and is about to Chief, what's going to become In his official car, driven by a police- house In South Mariposa street. strength body weakness and
begin a search for her when a motor speed boat? It belongs ro'r\ance. She possibly other ills. So why not
chauffeur McNamara motored "Does Miss Gatlin "
man ?
accident ends his life. Some ten years bought It for forty-five hundred dol- be check-up and back to the zest of
later In San Francisco, Stephen Burt, lars." down to central station, where he ImmedIately Queried. v snap
and well
rising young psychiatrist, Is presentedby sent upstairs for Nance1" Bel- "Not any more. She used to live eating
Dan McNamara, chief of police, with McNamara sat down and looked his You will find S.S.S. a great, scien
den's record and photographs and pro here with her mother, but she disappeared
';' a new patient-Nance Belden a girl amazement. "She paid forty-five hun- tifically-tested -not just a so-

, ,, ,f with a dual personality, for which her dred dollars for that boat-and yet ceeded to San Quentin. about two years ago, and her called tonic, but one specially designed -
:; .. "saddle nose" Is In part responsible. "Did that Belden girl who escaped mother sold this house to the. lady I to stimulate gastric secretionsand
she doing time for pinching silk
McNamara does not think' she Is a yesterday leave anything In her cell work for."Where." also having the mineral elementsso
criminal and obtains Burt's testimony stockings I don't like to ask you any
1. Letters, photographs he asked the Is Mrs. Gatlin now?" very, very necessary in rebuildingthe
In court. Lanny the doctor's office
questions you might be embarrassed to
t of
warden. "We don't know. oxygen-carrying hemo-glo-bin
nurse, is also won over Nance's criminal -
.I'"' record outweighs Doctor Burt'sexplanation answer, boy, but today will be a total "I've been In such a stew over her "Thank you," and McNamara directed the blood to enable you to"carry onl'Unless

of her case and she Is sent loss to me unless I find out where she escape I haven't thought of Investigating his driver to go to the Security your case is exceptional,you
to San Quentin penitentiary. Lanny keeps her bank roll." should soon enjoy again the satisfaction
that angle, the warden con Trust where he sent his cardIn
visits her' and Nance persuades her to "That's Nance's business an' I'll not company, of appetizing food and good digestion
smuggle out a letter, which a confederate fessed. to the president. He was received
..sound ..and renewedstrength.
the check in ,
discuss it. She sent out '
of Nance steals. Nonce cell '* -
escapes Ten minutes later he was in the promptly. > makesyoufeellikeyourself
So "S.S.S.
-::---. although shot, and goes to Lanny's the letter outlinin' her plan of es carefully looking over the clothing many say, "
"' afsin. Q s.s.S.Co.
t apartment. From one of the men In "
; the, boat on which the girl escaped Mc- cape. 'Nance Belden had left behind her. Ona CHAPTER VI
Namara learns that Nance's real name "Who received rhe letter? slip he found a small, clothcoveredmetal You have aright

ts Penelope Gatlin'CHAPTER "A friend who showed It to us- tag, such as dry cleaners clampon to insist f :, .
"Do have
you happen to an accountin that S.S.S. be,
and we decided to help Nance out. We them. This "
garments to identify '
the name of Penelope Gatlin? Chief auppliedy on V.
VContinued12 both owed her a debt we couldn't see tag bore the initials "N. B." Inside, McNamara asked the banker. request. Its V 'V
no other way of payin'" and Just below the collar of a worn long years of V
I "Both trust account and checking
a ''
; -
< "But didn't you figure out the tailored suit he found the silk tag i reference "' v
account Chief. We had her fatiter's yourguarantee
t. Flynn Angelloti needed no second "
risks? which tailors sew into rhe garments of satisfaction.
account for years before he was
;', Invitation. They searched the
"Sure-an' discounted 'em. Machine they manufacture. This tag carried .ti
house thoroughly and returned to the unfortunately killed in an automobile
gun fire ain't no new thing to us. We the name of "I. Abrahams, Ladies' Makes you
r r. little ''drawing room to finish their accident some eight years ago. We
i drinks. figured. them guards wasn't top-notch Tailor, 314 San Fernando avenue, San had the account of his divorced wife feel like

"You've taken her ," Flynn machine gunners an 'hw-that is, at Jose." for quite a while, too, but she has S! yourselfsg

away long ranges. They never expect to He snipped, this tag out of the coat closed that."
charged. "Where did take her?
1 I "If you're, such good you detectives have to do anything but close-range and rummaged through a suitcase under "Do you know where she lives at in

J go work ; they know how to handle their the bed. It contained a deck of ?"
find her." her present
was getting courage
back again. "She did come here butI guns, but they don't have their regular'I playing cards, some clothing which "I do not." He was interested. "But
periodsof target practice on the range yielded no clues and a blank check of
1 remember her quite well-a
wasn't fool enough to receive her. ,She very Properly Given
like soldier does. In boat head the Security Trust of San
a our company beautiful Her first husband
came In a car with two men and she woman. Deference Is the most complicate,

did faint In my hallway and lie there ed straight away from the fire at Jose. was a splendid chap-retail shoe dealer the most Indirect, and the; most ele.
forty-five miles an hour, it would take : "Nothing of ,Interest in the girl's*
.. for a little while. Of course she ex in this city, and very prosperous. gant of all compliments.-Shenstone.Ifour .
I can't I'd an expert to get on us. An' they abandoned effects, he reported to the lie and his wife bad a row and she

pected-why, Imagine-that wouldn't know for sure whether we warden. "By the way, I want to have divorced him and got the child. Gatlin
hide her and nurse her. Bul she'sneither
were accomplices or not until Nance a chin-chin with one of your prisoner have
was permitted by the court to
a nor a relative of
-Benny Beetle. Number 41.322.: 'llliLa
mine ; she met me once in Doctor the child on two Sunday afternoons a I

Burt's office where I and "Will you do me a favor,' Benny month, and one day he took her to a
am employed the chief asked him when he came in
took me-in : 1111I111 : ball game and they sat In the bleachers. -
> a liking to her funny way. '
Dan? I three."We'll .
: : "Only one owe you _
She's a ,psycho-neurotic personality ; A long hard ball flew Into the .own druggist is author
the other and collect
forget two bleachers and flattened the little girl's I ized to cheerfully refund your
wrote me asking me to call
on one. Do know the good the if
money on spot are
nose Gatlin rushed the unconsciouschild you
her I did like fool-because ; I
and a 'J: conduct prisoner who works in the not relieved by Creomulsion
to a hospital and his ex-wife
felt sorry for her. She should he In a .
identification bureau7"The
sanitarium, not a jail." Beetle'nodded.. came and took her home before any I'

"Who brought her to Doctor Burt's thing but emergency treatment couldbe 0
"Know whose time is
i", anybody up she
t1 officer'I given. Gatlin suspected was

-we"- ) "Chief McNamara." shortly?" going to try to cure that ruined nose

Messrs. and "My cell-mate. by prayer-so he I kidnaped the child,
Flynn Angelloti sat
up. "If he could bring me word that the
They glanced slowly at each other. and Bertil was caught, arrested, and did sixty FEEL TIRED ACHY-
photographs fingerprints
"The old man's been up to his old days In the county Jail.
tricks said "What Ion measurements of Nance Belden- "While he was in Jail Mrs Gatlin "
again. Flynn. became "ALL WORN OUT ?
remember that 'name?-have mysteriously
of Nance Belden after to Europe with the little girl,
disappeared I'd be Inclined to. '

to receive her?" be his friend if he got into a jam later' Gatlin was desolated his'business Subsequently made Get Rid of Poisons That
Gatlin sold out ,
"She left In the Lannywas on'and it wasn't >riolls." m
too s( Make You IU
and established
most of his estate liquid -
careful not ,to state which auto. "I'll do what I can for you, Chl..t
a trust with us in favor of him a constant backache keepingyou
.- mobile or whose."You're .
I'll ask Bender H(>'s assistant to the
self and his daughter. He had mad miserable? Do you suffer
an accessory to her escape.It file clerk."
;, a settlement with Mrs. Gatlin. burning, scanty or 'too frequent
was your duty; as a citizen, to hold "See him In the mess-hall at noon.
"When his wife fled to Europe with urination; attacks of dizziness,
t her here, telephone police headquarters : /Ii' And see somebody In the prison print the cnild. Gatlin ceased to deposit the rheumatic pains, swollen feet and

and have ,her taken down to the shop. They're probably running otT monthly check to her credit, in the be- ankles? Do you feel tired, nervousall

emergency hospital for treatment. You I placards to send toall_ the'ftostmastersin : liet that she'd write to ':now why. unstrung?

can go to the pen for this. the state. That's where they advertise Then give some thought to your
but in other manner
She didn't some kidneys. Be sure they function
"Get out of my house.;' Lanny commanded for escaped prisoners--In post t
he located her. and started Europe properly, for functional kidney dIs-

fiercely. office lobbies. ('an', let those placardswith with the Intention of stealing rhe little order permits poisons to stay in

t "Sure, but you come with us." Thus the halftone photos and Ilertillim girl from her On the way to the station the blood and upset the whole sys-

Angellotl. measurements get out you know an automobile hit the taxi he was tem.Use -

"You can't arrest me without a war Oood-by, Benny and thanks a lot." in and Jatlln was killed." Doan's Pitts. Doan's are for

.', the kidneys only. They help the
.: rant. ,From San Quentin Dan McNam.ini "Hid he leave a will?"

...- "I said before, you ain't such a good motored down to San Jose and called "He did. JIs daughter was his sole kidneys cleanse the blood waste.of Doan'8Pills health-

lawyer. We can always pick up anybody upon I. Abrahams, ladles' tailor destroyingepoisonous
beneficiary! ( We were recommendedthe
This Tag Bore the Initials "N. B" are used and
that carries a gun without a per "Mr. Abrahams have you ever madea nd probated It. There was the ten world over. Get them from any

mit. Into your hat and coat Miss I reached the boat and we started pullin'her tailored suit for: a girl with a nose thousand dollar letter of credit he had druggist.

Lanning, and come with us." in ; then, of course, they'd let us that something has smashed Hat in th.- purchased lust before starting on his

} 4 "I'll telephone my lawyer and then have it. But their first bursts on the middle fatal trip, and half a dozen pieces of DOAN'S PILLS

' go with you," said Lanny with dig boat were Just as liable to be overs "Sure I have," Abrahams replied city realty, which has since Increased

< nity. and shorts and we'd have the girl "You mean Miss Penelope flatlin enormously In value.. We advertlse'lfor

"Nothing doing," Flynn declared aboard before they could correct. don't 'ou7"Abrahams ,the heir but received no answer

firmly. "There were eight "'other boats In looked In his card Index so the estate was closed and we handle NIP THAT

"You two dare lay hands on me and the cove. Six of 'em was in .our pay cabinet, then opened a large book In It now, as trustee."

I'll have you both broke, understand. an' they was strung along in a line, so which he kept his customers' measurements "How do you know Mrs. Gatlin has COLP

'N Be careful. Call up Chief McNamara close together that as we run down recorded together with a sam become Mrs. Merton?" l
before you get fresh with me. The the line o' them the guards would hold pie of the cloth from which each order TO BE CONTINUED. CLEANSE INTERNALLY

telephone is In the kitchen." their fire for fear o' riddlin' Innocent Doctors advise: "The

Flynn went Into the kitchen and I parties. moment a cold sets In

r called up Dan McNamara. He was I "An' we had another advantage. eat INTERNALLY.11 sparinglyCLEANSE A / '

;.,::.., much subdued upon his return, and That speed boat throws a wide white Golden Roof of 500 A. D. Is Uncoveredin of Garfield Tea will cup re- /

c"-. l.anny smiled. "We'll get you yet" he bow wave an' the water for fifty feet Turkey ; New Finds of Great Value hays break conttipation the cold's,hold.help f'f

B';:, '.: growled. "You must have a drag with behind her and twenty feet on each Incidentally cleans out f'
.. the Increases o 41? Mph
r the! chief. .He's pulled us off the case. side Is a smother of foam when she's ; F
resistance-At +,et0o
,* *" Thanks to the contributions of Aujer tlful image of Christ, seated on a your
:' Good night"When doing her ,stuff-bullets couldn't throwup drugstores-25c&lOc. p 4, Co
': lean lovers of art new finds of Inestimable throne of gold, made of emeralds and *
they bad gone, Lanny put outar. any water that could be seen froma
" '.' historical and artistic value pearls and flanked by medallions representing a .
; .. the ball light and watched them from distance in the big spray. When t
;. : to be made In a near fu the Blessed Virgin and Arch
._ behind the door curtain. They crossed you're machine gunnin' a fast movIn'target are expected
ture In St. Sofia, the proud and beau angel Gabriel, with Emperor Leo VI
the street their and
.,. to car, climbed In ; you got to see"where your
the feet of the Savior was
.- tlful early Christian cathedrals kneeling at ,
settled down for queen among
an all-night vigil-at shots are droppin' if you're goin1 to

':" least so Lanny decided. correct your range fast an' accurately. writes a United Press. correspondent brought to view. A TONIC and BUILDER

.. So she dragged the hall Into had another The at Istanbul
runner Then we, advantage. .
who The Drago Doctrine Mr. J. W. Buck of 1913
Whittemore on
-'il'I the kitchen scrubbed the blcody 'spot guards are In a watch tower on a hill Prof. Thomas '/' w Ellis St., Augusta, Ga., saidi
I Institute of When In the winter of 1902-03 Germany Medical
behalf of the Boston Byzantine "Dr. Pierce Golden
thoroughly and dried It over ,the gas or a high wall an' at the early ranges ... ,V',,. Discovery is a wonderful
... for three Britain and Italy blockaded rhe : V"
..... .t ; stove reviling herself the while they'd be firln' down bill. Even the art, has carried on : tonic. I have relied upon it
"VVVV' I work of freeing the of Venezuela In an attempt to :at different times when I
the delicate ports
e e e e e e work of firln' at aI years fl'
an expert gunner, St: 'lacked strength and my appetite -
famous church make the latter country settle Its.
The ancient mosaics of the and digestion were
To the surprise of the machine gun down angle, goes oft considerable. ,
from the coat of plaster and whitewash debts, Dr L. F. Drago, a noted Jurist. "it---tom ; poor.Always after taking the
: nero Chief Dan McNamara did not ask cockpit was lined with steel, so after I _?_ 'Discovery' I would be la
had been hid of Argentina maintained that force "
him a single personal question-not the boy friend got Nance aboard, they under which they good health again.
den for almost five centuries, has fin cannot be used by one power to collect New size, tablets 50 cts., liquid 100. Largo
even his name. Nor did he questionhim flopped and were safe. The only dye taboo or liquid. $1.35.All drugi sla.
regarding his wounded friend. He trouble was that the edge of one burst ished the barrel vault of the Narthex, money owing to its citizens by another Write Dr. Pierce's Clinic Buffalo N.Y.,for

and the chief partook of a breakfast got Cates before he could flop. The the Inner porch of the cathedral. power. Prominence was given to the fret medical advice.

which the Tommy man prepared, and front cockpit was steel lined, too." This sumptuous porch was coveredby contention by the fact that It was officially

discussed marksmanship, wounds, bat The man grinned sheepishly. "I a gold resplendent roof. It now has upheld by Argentina and favoredby OLD AGE PENSION INFORMATION

ties and sudden death. As the 'chief wouldn't take that chance again, regained almost exactly the aspect It other South American republics.The HNOLOSH' OTJMBOLDT STAMP KANS.
embodied has become I JUDGE TJEHMAN,
was leaving, be gave the machine gunner Chief. Those gunners were better had fourteen centuries ago. principle

a list of tradesmen who supplied than we figured them." It was here that, recently, the beau generally known as the Drago doctrtna


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In Clewiston This column is written by the :$;: : taxation and seeing that gets on
Published every Friday ,, '
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FlorIda Inc. by the CLEWISTON NEWS,, an feminine ardent half devotee of the of sports firm, column who is, ::: CLASSIFY. :|;i: adaptable to all types of applicants. i I the tax :;roll*. ; .

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'fame, Dinty's Dugout, and laying .v.i'. BY .I. does execute itself. H . .". . :
claim to being one of the most faith-
Entered as second class mail matter : "It is only an effort to perfectthe .
ful of Red Newton's faithful five. RUSSELL KAY :I:%: $ EVERGLADES .0t
February 1, 1927, at the Post Homestead Exemption Amend- |
Last week, Howard Sharp in his
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under Y ment by establishing a definite record -
In Lieu of Golf Column in the Everglades v :|: FUNERAL :;|i=;

the Act of March 3, 1897. News, gave his efforts over .... .... .... . . . on two points, Mr. Lee continued I .
"The first is to establish the ; :
to describing the closets, the neces- Among the visitors who droppedin :|: |
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year applicant's legal residence and his t;
sities and purposes of various clos- to see me during the Florida Fair :
Advertising rates on, application. right to constitutional or statutory I ,
ets in a house he's building over was State Comptroller' Jim Lee who ?'
exemptions, and the second is to i '
Devoted to the advancement and in Belle Glade. That seems as much wanted to explain his side of this :X: Licensed Funeral Directors ::
identify the property to be exempted
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry like a woman's, sphere as the' read- Homestead exemption questionnaire by learning, its exact location and-I :X;: and- Embalmers :X;:

County. ing of sports column seems like a controversy. .X- *
the owner's estimate of its value."
man's sphere. So turn about's fair Accordin' to Jim, there was a :&;: Ambulance Service :i:
Realtors, property owners and
:X; i.{
play. _
!' darn good reason for every question certain county officials take issue
CONTRACTORS FINISH WORK, That rambling Introduction leads %:: CLEWISTON PHONE 328 ..
asked and unless a fellow was ,try- with Mr. Lee and contend that most ; {
to the chief lesson of column I.
up the ing to slide out from under his shareof of the questions are irrelevent and X
The Atlantic Dredging and Con;' for the month (perhaps the year). the tax burden, there was nothing an burden on applicantsand :X: PAIIOKEE; 1'Ii01iE'2301 %:
unnecessary Ii 0
struction company, known to most Dinty's Dugout, on Monday contained embarrassing about the questions. brand 'it an attempt on the partof '.";":":":":":":":":":":":.':" :H-:" :.
of us as "The McKenzies" completed ) a letter from the beloved and renowned Jim thinks that before we get big state officials to discredit the
their contract for levee construction O. B. Keeler Atlanta sportswriter '
hearted and exempt a man from tax- Homestead Exemption Amendment.The .

in the immediate vicinity of friend and cheer-leader of 'as on his Florida home, we oughtto Comptroller of course is con-
Clewiston the first of this week. Bobby Jones. Keeler's letter was of ....... ..
be sure he really is a citizen of, cerned with the problem of collect """ .S!! d .

The McWilliams Dredging Com- a philosophical turn, and hinged his state, and how a man answers ing all the taxes he is legally author
with its chiefly on the attitude of the one l You Wreck 'Em
will soon be through
pany iicse questions helps a whole lot in ized to collect and at the same time
of.. and will leave for and ..only Walter Hagen. Keeler'swords
section levee, lcc ding the question.
see to it that no one enjoys exemp-
another section of the Lake. The E are better than Dinty's could seems'that We Fix 'Em
It a lot of, folks have tion who is not legally entitled to
H. Latham company has maintained have been, and ther.e is no reason rushed into claim exemption as it. i

offices and headquarters in Clewis- for anyone to attempt ,to improve on Florida home owners who 'are driv- PAINTING HODY AND
On the
other hand real estate men
ton though the scene of its actual them, so quote: ing cars with Oregon, Illinois or want to employ the Homestead Exemption :1' FENDER WORK

construction has been transferred to "Speaking of the game of life, Kansas license tags.A bait sell TOPS_ SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY
as a to homes and
another wad of
the Moore Havencombination hurri- Dinty, : advice comes
lot of others, while asking exemption any move that tends to make the
cane gate and lo.ks. up -my'throat.. There is .an old guy
in' Florida run out to Texasor securing of such
named Walter Hagen, who has play- exemption in the Done by An Expert
These three, 'companies came to up to Georgia Jto do their'votin' least difficult, will naturally meet .'
ed in Courteous
a lot of golf his time, and he'san Service
Clewiston about fifteen months ago, and they didn't file i intangible tax with their opposition.
old friend of mine, and just between Work Guaranteed.
and many of their workers may soon returns in Florida because all their Every home owners wants to ,take
you and me, I rate Sir Walteras '
Prices Reasonable.
be leaving. The town is reluctant to intangible property is in Michiganor advantage of the ,exemption but if
one of the greatest sporting competitors -
see them l leave, for so fine, a groupof world Wisconsin.In he finds that in order to do so he
this has yet to ob-
men is seldom found in work of ,serve. defending the questionnaiieMr. .must admit that he has been evading PIONEERService :

the sort. The term "construction ., Lee says "The application form some other form of tax which the
"Well; 'Dinty, about the time you I
gang" never comes to mind when referring as prepared by a special committeeof 11, law says he should pay, he naturally. Station
were peering curiously out upon the
to them.' Perhaps the, old world and saying how long has this tax reform experts and acceptedby I objects to a ")ot of questions." 3 BELLE GLADE PHONE 10Wrecker

rough and tumble element has gone tax ,assessors of the state. attempts -j! Folks who are yelping about this '
been going on, Sir Walter was play- Service at All Hours
forever from construction work. to consolidate in one record,, i questionnaire seem to 'have overlooked -
in the British !
A number of fine families have ing Open Championship available information about the ap the fact that the Comptrol, '" "' .>.. ...-. "
at Sandwich. Sir Walter then
been brought into the section by I I
was ,a sprightly young bounder: who
. these companies., They have been a
had finished in 51st place in the
real part of the community and have
British Open the year before at old
taken part in its affairs with all the
St. Andrews., Nobody thought muchof
pleasure and zeal of permanent. res- '
idents. Wfalter's chances in this 19.22

British Open, ,except Walter, who always -

The Lake section is fortunate, managed to think pretty well V ; r, t J 1 r.
not only in the advantages to be derived of himself. .

from the levee, but in the con-
"Well, in this particular champ-
tact and association ,with the engineers -
ionship Sir Walter was playing am-
and construction workers re !
azingly'' well for him., You know SirWalter's "s"
spop.sible.for its completion.RAMBLINGS.. .
0' 0 B ,
method was a bit on the cti m e'F a

side known as high, wide and handsome -

.::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:. But he was hitting the ball
beautifully in this tournament and -

it was a very ,fine tournament in

which to hit the ball well, because q ;
there are seven blind shots to the

.:NNNN1. ..:NN. :NNNN. :.IN. :1.:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:. Roual green in*St.the George's first nine course holes. at at Sand-the ;: : (

Anyone failing to get their mom- wich, and if you do not place that

ey's worth at the donkey baseball tee shot precisely you are In' for sy.d S h,.

games this week' can probably get more trouble than Carter 'had liver- _PN

; it back "and be called a liar" by pills., $ a fx

applying to the management. The "So, off the sixth tee Sir Walter a

games were well worth the. time and banged a beautiful, long drive to a

trouble of both spectators and "playrs. carefully selected, spot in the .fair

If you saw them, description way and the ,ball hit exactly' wherehe < F ys

would pall, and if you didn't description -; aimed it-=and then, for no goodreason'

.would be inadequate: hence bounded far out to, the left, s

this period back of one of those dunes. It wasa -
tough break # rotten break. on a 1IiEVROLFT

This is a story 'on Mr. Munroe, truly fine shot.

knownto' Kiwanians as "Al", and "And. one of Walter's friends in

to the Western Un'ionas A. A. Mun- 'the gallery as they started down the has always specialized in' 'ability. And the new Master De Luxe Chevrolet -

roe, manager .of the Clewiston of- fairway\ was mo've.d' to say some giving extra' value. But never before has beautifully streamlined longer and

fice. Mr Mumoe was alone in his thing about it. Chevrolet offered such
big and outstanding notably lower in the Fashion
office one dar recently, and was "Geeralter," he said, '"That wasa
huddled over the Simplex, busily op- tough break."' values as these fine Chevrolets_ for 1935. The' Car of the low-price field. Here; indeed, are

"erating-same. Enter a stranger, who I Walter: was striding along-5 his New Standard Chevrolet .. world's lowest- values that excel all previous Chevrolet values Maywe

asked some routine. question about : chin in the air, as always. priced six-cylinder car setting a new high in suggest that,you see and drive one of these

distance, direction, the time of dayor "Well,"; said, Sir. Walter, "that's Chevrolet performance economy and reli new Chevrolets at earliest convenience? '
weather "
: :Mr. Munroe glanced up where it is!
% .
with a cheery smile] that he intended ,Say that over to yourself, my dear CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN ...;
to, ", Compare Chevrolet's delivered prices and easy G. !t!. A. C. terms. A General Motors Value ,
convey impression "I'll be. with Dinty. Say it a hundred times., and ,

you in a minute," and kept on till then say it some more. Because that ( -"

he finished sending the- message. is all the law and the prophets, and -,

The stranger wrote hastily on a tel- all the philosophy there is in' the

egraph blank."Hard of hearing" and game of life, as well as in the gameof

Mr. Munroe smiled golf.
amiably, pitying -.
the afflicted stranger. The "It makes not the slightest dif-

stranger then wrote his question on "erence, in the game of golf, or In tiYl' 1

another blank. Munroe wrote his re- the game of life, if bad play or bad .

Ply and ,there followed an animated luck puts you in Dutch. The pointis

conversation by pencil and a few and the only point, that is, '
score telegraph blanks. Finally the where you play the next shot from. I The New Standard Chevrolet Coach The New Master De Luxe Chevrolet Coach

phone rang, and Mr. Munroe, with a "That's where it 'is", said Sir

"Pardon me", answered it and car- Walter, striding along, his blackhead THE HEW .STANDARD CHEVROLETAND TIlE NEW MASTER DEluXE CHEVROLET

ried oft' a normal conversation. in the air and his chin up likea ,
When lie turned London UP. List price of AND UP. List
the stranger hada policeman's. New Standard Roadsterat price of Master

sheepish look on his .face, "Aren't "That's where it is, and that's $ With Flint, Mich., $465. $ $560.De Luxo With Coupe,bumpers at Flint, spare, Mich.tire,
:you hard. of "- where 46\ 5 bumpers spare 60 and tire lock, the list is
hearing? he inquired. you play the next shot from tire and tire lock, the $25.00 additional. Prices price sub
"No" said Mr. Mumoe; "aren't you." You pat it theie. It may have been list tional.price Prices is $20 subject.00 addi- ject to change without notice.

and the stranger wasn't either. bad luck, or bad judgment, or-bad change without notice to: extra.Knee-Action- optional at $20.00

play. But that's where it is.'/ _: DEALER ADVPRTICIPMC-MT:
The happy smile that Postmaster
Art wore)
this week was brought
about by the unexpected appearanceat 5,5 CARD OF THANKS

the General Delivery window ,

Monday of a boyhood
chum. whom
We wish I
express our appreci-
Art thought, was still in
the old
ation to the many Clewiston friends
town of
Worthington, ,Minnesota
for the flowers
and other
expresrions : S
Walker '
Marotske the
was on his honeymoon nr_sjmpathy In the sickness _
with his and death of our beloved
wife and
bride, and had come direct '
Minnesota to Florida: "I've lived mother. "
c Charles O. Roberts Clewiston Motor '
here ten years, and this is the first C08- '

time anyone has ever come from my S Charles Roberts, ..

home tqwn down here. And Walter Mrs. Gratton George -

was one of my very best friends. :Mrs. J.'L. Scott. I Clewiston Florida

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, i":":":":":":..:":":":":":":":":":":":": :":":":": ;. Mrs Olin Carleton, Mrs Keathley Lockhart, Mrs. R. H. Knight,' Mrs. 3 Mrs. D. G. Williams, Mrs. R. Y. Pat- CAROLYN SELEE CELEBRATES

y Bowden, Mrs. Guy Larsen and Mrs.L. J.. F. McLure, jr., 1 terson, Mrs. ',V. F. Simpson Mrs. G. HER SIXTH BIRTHDAY

:_: Personal Mention ::::: R. Yates attended the Moore Ha- Miss Eunice Meredith, Mrs. MarkR. C. Poole, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. A. --

i i' i ven Womans Club meeting In Moore Lawler, Mrs. John B. Dotterer, O. Ward, Mrs. R. N. Smith,. Mrs. A. Carolyn Selee celebrated her
: .... . . . . sixth
:: N1 :.:MNNNN111/NNNNNNNNN:NN:NNNN.i Haven on Thursday.Mrs. Mrs. Gayle McFadden, Mrs Grover V. Southard, Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. I birthday with a party given at the-

;:ji';i:' G. E. Etherton made a business C. Poole, Mrs. Ivy M. Pafford, Mrs.: Richard Knight, Mrs.. R. H. Collins, i home of her parents, Lt. and Mrs.

trip to Miami yesterday. Samuel C. Headley and lit- C. F" Trainor, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Fred Gary, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs.B. Richardson Selee, Saturday after-
; tle daughter, Billie, left Wednesdayfor Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. E. W. Dlgges, E.. Herring, Mrs. James Bruce, noon.

l' '..: Mrs. J. E. Butler spent the week- Fort Myers, where they are vis- Mrs. E. A. McKenzie. Mrs. Albert Hill, Mrs. Margaret About twenty guests were presentto

__ ... end visiting in Gainesville. iting relatives for a few days and Tea guests included Mrs M. W. Morgan. Mrs. C. E. Williams, Mrs. greet the little hostess and make

i attending' the 'South-West Florida Bigg, Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. A. W. Olin Carleton, Mrs. Ted Daniels, the occasion a memorable one.

l' Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Percy were Fair. Lawrence, Mrs. A. W. Sias, Miss Mrs. G. H. Brown. and Mrs. Ralph A fish pond provided favors for

visitors in Miami Wednesday. Marcia Avant, Miss Ulla Jacobsen, Howard. the 'children: and after an hour of

I .:. _.__ Mr. and Mrs. Walter 'Marotske, of Mrs. Hubert Land, Mrs. R. C. W l- out-door games, the birthday cake

:. ;, Victor Blate Winter Haven was I WorthingtonMinnesota, who are son, Mrs. Cy Cruze, Mrs M.. H. LEGIONNAIRES 'AND GUESTSAT was cut and served with ice cream

. ,; ''', .. a business visitor in Clewiston this' spending their honeymoon in Flor- Crouch, Mrs. George W. Sparks. Mrs DINNER DANCE TUESDAY and candles._ ,
I 'week. ida, arrived Monday for short vis-: R. C. Nowling, Mrs. G, L. Royal, '\

\ .. -' : it with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Law Miss Genevive Brown, Mrs. A. V.'I Members of the American Legion

"I 1 1 Mrs. Albert Hill spent Thursday rence. I, Southard, Mrs. J. W. Moore, :!r',1 entertained their wives and guests J. M. COUSE

; "" and Friday visiting relatives in Fortj '- Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. Leah with a dinner dance held at the

j Myers. Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Pat- Mrs. D. J. Williams, Mrs. SPiCer'j Clewiston Inn Tuesday nigh Counselor and Attorney at Law

L' terson, Mrs F. M. Wright and Mrs. Vaughn, sr., Mrs. Fred J.. After dinner, the spacious dining Hopkins

.I ". : Mrs.-H. J. B. Scharnberg was a., 'F. I. Hill attended a bridge partyin Mrs. Ironmonger Mrs. Frank Robbins room was cleared for dancing and BuildingWednesdays

*. visitor in West Palm Beach Wed-' LaBelle Saturday given by Miss Mrs. Ted Daniels, Mrs. A. J. music was provided by Ed Butler's and Saturdays

nesday. Edna Dreyer: at the home of her sister Lawler, Mrs. W. K. Downs and Mrs !, Harlem orchestra. 0:30 to 4:00 ,

'1 '- '. Mrs. Carl Bekemeyer.Mrs. Carter Manning. I j jJMRC. Among those "attending were Mr.

i '., Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Morrison and I and Mrs. J.* E. Beardsley, Mr. and

Mr I cDowd were visitors.in Sarasota "- Robert George, Mrs. Charles !} MCFADDEX ENTERTAINSFOR I Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mr. and Mrs W.i .

*S1ll''rlay.i Freedlund. Mrs. Brantley, Drew i C. Owens, Mrs. O. L'. Schiffli, MissVirginia ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
i .. Harrington, Ed Clark and Bill Cow-I LADIES iI I I. Gallant, J. W. Moran, Mr. REQUEST

*, '. Miss Eva Mae Green spent the art, jr., Mrs. Joe Godfrey and Mrs. Mrs. I and Mrs. Dan Allen, **Mr. and Mrs
Ralph Howard C.
'' I of Savannah, j E. STEBELElectrIcal
-.'''., week-end visiting her parents in Glen Etherton attended the funeral and Mrs. A. Lawler of Southwest I E. B. Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Cal West,
':r' Plant City. of Mrs. Charles Roberts, which was Harbor Michigan Mr. and Mrs M. ,E. VonMach, Dr. .
were honor Contracting
held in Oklawaha Tuesday; and Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mr and
guests at a bridge party given by
Mrs. W. Redelsheimer visited Mrs. Mrs. Barney Thomas, S. E. Graves, PHONE 2121
Gayle McFadden
at her homeon
f her mother in Miami on Thursday Mrs. E. J, Rogero_ left Wednesday the government reservation Monday F. M. Wright, 0. A. Jones,' H. R.I PAHOKEE FLORIDA
; and Friday. for Pensacola where she was afternoon. Hall, L. A. Turner, Roscoe Miller. ,

called to the bedside of her grand Four tables of contract were 'in .-.......-_n......._...........h...._....h..n.....__........00.......___ Agent for
Mrs. C. R. Byrd and Mrs; F. daughter, Irene Neighbors, who i play and other I GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
guests joined the
Mrluh were shopping in West. Palm seriously ill with pneumonia. Irene group at the tea hour. FOR SALE-Fully, equipped, one
Beach Wednesday. spent several weeks In Clewistonthis man control ferry boat. 45-ft. RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES
Mrs. R. N. Smith
summer with her; grandparentsMrs. was awarded long 14-ft. beam, 20 Inch draft.
r. r prize for high score, Mrs. J. W.
Mrs. Karl Froeb, of Terre Haute, Ezelle Twin screw Gray motors, dual
for low
score and Mrs. Mark
Indiana, is the house guest of Mrs. Fuller D. ,King. wife of Captain control. Lux automatic' fire system.

.. Richardson Selee.' King of the, government dredge, honor Lawler guests, ,the 'cut were' prize.recipients Each of of lovely the 2 toilets. Running water. Large .:,.:...:..:..:..: ..:..:..:...:..:;.:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:
'.: Welatka, and their daughter, Gloria, roomy ,cockpit. For informationand h '.

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egley visitedMr. have arrived to make their home i in Guests gifts. price address Stuart Marine *; New and Used :%:
were Mrs. Mark
; .. and Mis. T. W. Griffith in Clewiston. Captain King is accomp Mrs. Lawler,I Service Co., Stuart, Fla.. 1 t. :: :: ,
anying the ;Welatka from Robert N. Smith, Mrs. Ralph S. ::j: .
Azucar:Wednesday.Mr. dry dock and will return the to Miami the Howard, Mrs. A. J. Lawler, Mrs. K. :.s.: FURNITURE. |_: :

Lake S. McMullen, Mrs. Leslie Miller, 1\Irs.1 i;:
,and Mrs. Elmer Kranz Okeechobee section about the FOR ?
were RENTFurnished6 .'. ..
25th of the Knight, Mrs. C. F. Trainor, :

', -"_ Thursday guests of evening.friends in Moore- Haven Mr. and Mrs.month.H. J. B. Scharnberg Littlejohn Mrs. W. ,F.Mrs.Simpson J. W., Mrs.Ezelle? : C.Mrs M. -. rooms and bath, over |::2: BELLE. GLADE :s|: .., .

Democrat '
Charles Ohphant left Saturdayfor had as their guests over the weekend H. R. Hall, Mis. ,M. E. Yenawine, Office. |:i: FURNITURE COMPANY f: .{ '
Mrs. Scharnberg's Mrs. I. M. Pafford., Mis. D. G. Alston May be divided into two .
his home in Marietta, Georgia, sister, Mrs. '
after a visit with his sister; Mrs. R. William Lucaa and Mrs. C. Bartel, Mrs. H. O. Peters, Mrs. V. A. apartments. Apply at i BelleGlade! Florida
Allen |
all ,of New York. The visitors R. H. Collins, Mrs. G. C. :: :
C. :Wilson. have
been> season, Poole, Mrs. F. J. Nebiker_ and Mrs Democrat Office Moore .s. ..
-- spending the in Miami I H. C. Kolstad. ? Next Door ,To Theatre j t{
T.Ir. and Mrs. J. D. Morrison have and left Clewiston Monday to return : Haven. .

moved from Moore Haven and aremak'ing there. Mr. and Mrs. Bartel went by .:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-+:..:..:..:..:..:..:-+). :..:..)

'"ttieir home in Clewiston at plane> from Miami Tuesday. to their LADIES AID ENTERTAINEDAT --

the, Watanabe.. Hotel. home in New-York. LAKE: HARBORHOMEMrs. .;..:..:..:..:..:".:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..,:..:..:..: :..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:...: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ,
Mr.f and Mrs. Everett Jones of I Dr. and Mrs. D.. Jenkins Williams I I George' L. Royal, of Lake ::s::;! HAVE :YOU SEEN THE NEW :s:

West ;Palm Beach spent the weekend received the' following out-of-town. I Harbor, 'entertained members and '
in: Clewiston visiting:"Mr: and callers..during. ,the week:;- Mr. and guests of the-ladies"'Aid' Society at :i:: WILLIAMS ICE-0-MATIC. |;,
I y
Mrs. C.: F. Trainor. Mrs. John Davies of Waukesha} her attractive home last Thursday .. America's Most Economical Electric ::
Wisconsin; Mr. and Mrs. George R, afternoon. .. ...

Mr. and Mrs.' S. B. Cowart of Hemingway of Oak Park, Illinois. Mrs. G. C. Poole presided at the :;|:: R e f rlgerator' ::: ..

South Bay have returned to their Mr.. Hemingway is a Chicago busi- business meeting, at which routine .% '*** .,
A Can be purchased with no money down and as low as ..:.
...... ;\ home after a week's visit with Mr. ness man and a member of the National business was transacted and a report .S.. ., ',:

". :' and Mrs. Sam Berry. Mission Board of ,the Presyterian ? of the recent benefit Oyster-Pie +! $7.75 per month. A
.. b Church, U. S.. A.THREE supper was given. ::

C. C. Bever of Tampa, member. of Members and guests were Mrs. | CLEWISTON RADIO SHOP ;:|_;: ,

the firm operating' Band. B Cash ARE JOINT HOSTESSES J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. H. R. Hall, :|: Authorized R. C. A. Victor Sales and Service ::: .;aClewiston
Grocery chain, :was a business visitor AT DELIGHTFUL BRIDGE PARTY Mrs. Mark R. Lawler, Mrs.. Wilfred *:* .. ,
in Clewiston Lockhart, Mrs, I. D. : Drug Co. Clewiston, Florida yA ::1
this week. Leydig, Mrs.! .. :X: d

Entertaining charmingly with a C. W. McDonald, Mrs. V. A. Allen. '..............................................:...........................................................................-...................................................................... . ..:.
Mr. ,and Mrs. H. O. Peters and large bridge party at the Clewiston

daughter, LaDeen, motored to Lake Inn Wednesday: afternoon Mrs. A. "

Wales and the Bok Tower for the A. Munroe, Mrs. C. W. McDonaldand ; 11

I Sunday .concert of the carillon. Mrs.! Campbell E. Nail chose a n :

Valentine motif for the occasion. .s' .s. IFOR ALE > .ii. ,

Mrs. E. N. Arlington and son, Calendulae, Gladioli and full .YY. .s. -' I
John, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, are blown roses were gracefully

In Clewiston visiting Mrs. Arling- in the dining room of the Inn, Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment U ; i iyf

ton's mother, Mrs. Emma Schult. where 15 tables were in play. f I

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During the :
serving of strawberry : .s'. ..s... .'.
Mis. J. F. Tippsy, Mrs. Z. G. Meredith shortcake, which with'its mounds of .s. Ys
and Miss Eunice Meredith accompanied whipped cream furthered the color :: :s: :s: .:. : ..

: by Mrs. Johnson of South scheme of rrd and white, the hostesses .:. .!. .:. :s:
.'. ,s. ..s.I .
Bay. spent Monday in Palm. Beach awarded high score prize to .i. .. $ .:. ..
Mrs. M. E. Yenawine I I .s., r S ... ..
high .s' .s.
G. C. Thompson, who has bee to .;. ..
Mrs. Grover .s.
C. Poole, third to
connected with the Clewiston officeof Mrs. I I.s.
R. S. Howard, low to Miss Eunice yf
U. S. Engineers, left thn week<
Meredith, ..s.. .
cut prize for players .
for his home in Louisville, Kc nto Mrs. J. i,"f.... Y .
Ezcllo .s.
and cut prize i1
, tucky. for tea guest; to Mrs. R. C. y.s' f*' I .. ...
3 Invited Nowling'j
for bridge were \ .s.
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Mrs B Scharnl I.i. ( VAvf
: Mrs.. P.. Y. Patterson, :
.. ..
II. A. Bestor were in Belle Glad ., .s.
Mis. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. F. Deane. 3 \ _.
:Wednesday: afternoon to attend : ..
Duff Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. Fred .J. .i' .s. ..
bridge party given by Mis. J. F I. Hill .s. 5k 's.
Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. M. .s. .:.
.s. ..
Scullen. .. .'.
?. Yenawine, Mrs. H. R. Hall. 11rs."E. .::. .. .. .s.

Mrs. C. MJ'l': Mrs. J. 'P. Percy, Mrs .:. .s. ...s.....:.
M.H. Crouch, Mrs. C. E. C_. L. Downs, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, .s, .s.'. ..,.f.'
Miner, Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr., and Mrs. Dave ":" .s. .S.I.S.
G. Alston :
F.' R.
Mrs. E. L. Stewart ? f
and Paul Ewing
Maxwell, Mrs.
t G. B.
Thomas, Mrs. *
were visitors in West Palm Beach Jiv.. :t :t. :s: .i.
Mrs T. B. Shelley, f :s:
t Mrs. M. P. Peterson, Mrs. F.. M. .. .s.

: rir. ,and .Mrs. Waring..' and two Wright, Mrs. C. F. Goodman. Mrs. I -} .s.

Russell D. Whiddon, .s. ,..
., are leaving Clewiston after .s.
S a residence of several months. Mr. Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mis. Zerneyi tis .s..s. .:,

Waring- has been operating the Union Meredith, Mrs. G., B. Rackstraw, .s. .s..

o Hotel- !Mis. H. O. Peters. Mrs. Leslie !Miller, I.s.:;: :: "I; '. ,- :).i ::: :::

Mrs. R. A. Ballard, Mrs. W. C. Prew- '. '.."... -'to .. 'l' S .sI
C.'C. Davis ttt, Mrs.. ..s..:.s.. ; .. .. ..' '.' .. / ,;, ," ',", '.' ".. and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. 0. Ward, Mrs. C. E. Minor I .. ia ;. .. .. ".". '';;'. "d., ''' ,/ .,j ".....; .. '
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.; A. Davis left Monday night for Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mrs. Keathley I +:;.i.:' I :;...,:,.':"--.." .'t"Hii_, .\pi- :;; .'i.-I. .i:.
BlaQkshear Bowden
Georgia, where they Mrs. E. J. Rogero, sr., Mrs. .s. 's'
went: to attend the funeral of Mr. W. W. C. Hooker Mrs. J. K. Mowry, I .Y. .V. ..
...," .s. .s. ..
A. Davis' Mrs. I }
brother. J. E. Beardsley I<<: Miss Bonceil 1 .s. .'s.. ... .s.

((1 Stone, Mrs J. Grady 'Niblack,, Mrs. R. :;: :;: Pay The Balance I Like Rent :;: .;.
*./ Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart M. Hare, jr., Mrs. Elsie Cothein, AX

left this morning for' Miami for atw'o Mrs. K. S. McMullen, Miss Eva Mae I :A:.t:; WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES ::: f
days ttay. Mr. Stewart Is at- i Green.

S ending a preliminary meeting' of Miss Mae Drew,. Miss Vilma YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME *

representatives preliminary to the Rhodes, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. F.

1935 session of the legislature. D. King, Mrs. Ralph- S. Howard, Mrs. IH Clewiston Home Building Association IiI _
-- W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. H. T.
=,. ., Mrs. W., F. Simpson and Mrs. Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr.,

Grover Haven C. ,Poole were visitors in Mrs. Clement Nail, Mrs. Joe Schroeder -I I .i1.,;:. .::.. PHONE 102 .(:.. (..,
Thursday afternoon I Mrs C. R. Byrd, Mrs. Wilfred
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r- ? The near-sighted man lost his, hat
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/ IIII I IER W1TNMY every time he thought he was catchIng -

r L fflIfdiI up with It, it was whisked away.A V /
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1 Iii I watching him rushed down to the gate.
IiiQ vJ "What are you doing there?" she
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"Your hat!" she exclaimed. "Why,
i there it Is, over by the wall. That's
one of my black hens you've been

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why do they guard their age so Jealously
it there's
?" Believe or not, u foul-
1 point plan of convenience and flattery -
"I guess that's because they are not
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sure how they look." included in this neatly styled
house dress. Let's add them up. -
-. First: the bodice may be worn with

I THE FEATHERHEADS .! S2TU.::: Positive AnswerpGHeG Modern Animal, the contrasting rever as shown in
Muriel had
0 been to the zoo for the the larger sketch, or it may button
'- first time and was giving her grand- all the way up to a smart point.
WH'-SA'I' / .
SAM wNY mother a long account of what she Second: the sleeves boast little Inverted -
PAR oN- W AREN'T You FANCY bad seen. pleats, jaunty to look: at and
/// FELIX "And which animal did you like best, very comfortable when wo\ Ing.
oHYel'f H0.i = &UMPBNG. -_ dear?," asked her grandmother when Third: the slenderizing line sweep-
\ -EA- ?
INTo You Muried had finished. ing down the middle front of the
"Oh. the. elephant was the reply frock ends in another inverted pleatto
,I "ll was wonderful to see him pick up five the slim skirt adequate: full-
peanuts with his vacuum-cleaner. : !" DCS*. And finally, the patch pockets .
iUf i i with their important buttons are.
a Ii| He Couldn't Take It both useful:: and chic!
| The possibility! of a landslide so Intimidated Pattern !OOS3:: may be ordered onlyin
I the Inhabitants of a little village sizes 34, 3G, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 4G.
that one couple decided to send Size; ,CO requires 4 yards 3G i inch_ fabric -
their son, aged nine, to an uncle until ; and % yard contrasting. '
the danger had passed. Three days SEND FIFTEEN CENTS in coinsor
later they received a telegram: stamps (coins preferred) for this
"Am returning boy. Please send pattern. Be sure to write plainly
I landslide Instead."-Tit-Bits Magazine. I II II your NAME ADDRESS, ,the STYLE

I TOOLS NEEDED Complete, diagrammed sew chart'

I included.
f Send your order to Sewing Circle
SEED Stilt DArvoY- ( -- AND PIE YOU iiuiuiiii Pattern Department, 232 West Eight-

YoU iN YEARSANO You 2 EVER MARRY fAWMYYOLJ eenth Street, New York, N. Y.

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nillill H HAll Yoti OWN. (37 2v Yes

BEEN -- (DUB SOCKS CHERRIES Mother (from upstairs)Please.,
Tommy, turn oT( the radio. That
lady announcer with the rasping
I 5rw voice ought to be kept oft the air!
Tommy-Cut, :Mother, it's Mrs.
Jones to see you.

"1 sure wish somebody would bringme
a can opener!1" All in the Saying

"Well, George how do you like
Not Worth It my new house?".
Mazie (showing photograph-This "I like the house very much, but ': ,
I is my new boy frIend-he's in the .ost what a' queer name you have chosen ,
4iT\_ ? property office for Thisrledome." .
% Madge-Hm 1 shouldn't trouble to "That's not the way to pronounceIt.

:Magazine.reclaim him, If I were you.-Answers Star.. It's "Thls'H do me.' "-Montreal:


Alike paper. "I didn't know you wanted to written out a list of your duties to Safe
Son-Dad, what is meant by the ex- ask me a silly question of that kind," help you. I'll hang It up here. "Do you think I might sing In public -
pression, "The average man?" he said. "One pig, of course." Cook-You can ang It where now?" 1 It
you "
Dad-An average man my .son, Is "No, he hasn't," the youngster like. 1 shan't read It.-Punch Maga- "Yes, answered the- singing master. 1 /
one who Isn't ,as good as his wife chuckled. "A pig has four legs and zine. "I don't see why 'oushouldn't Join In
thinks he is before she married him, no pig has six legs.*' the national anthem."
and not so had as she thinks he Is
afterwards.-Stray Stories Magazine. Among, Those Rather Risky \ I
Wondering"I "Were at the __
you happy big party? Chemistry Master-First I'll take
get wonderful' recipes over the "Not very," answered Miss Cayenne. some sulphuric add, and then I'll take
DETOUR radio," gushed the bride who was en- "But you were smiling all the time." some chloroform.
tertaining her relations for the first : "I control my feelings! Like others, Jones MIner-That's a good idea.
time. "I got one for Egyptian stew .. 1 was among,those pleasant." UL'A
and one for a never-full spot remover. How DifferentWho
this morning. OUCH!
told you to plant petunias
"Which Is this?" asked little Willie, -- I. there?
tasting the stew which he had Just Gardener-Your wife.
been given.-Newark Advocate. Potts-Pretty, aren't they?

f Saving the Foundation Opinion Deferred .it
Visitor-So you have a volunteer fire "What would you advise If the east-
department, with engine and hose cart ern hemisphere insists on fighting?" r
and everything, eh? How. are you .--- "Nothing at present," answered Sen-
"iiow did you get rid of the trouble when called out to save some home "How did he develop his muscle ator Sorghum. "Before venturing an

you?"were having with your automobile from being destroyed by the flames? "Kicking radiators to make the Janitor opinion, I'll wait to ascertain precisely

"I sold the Brushvllle Native (grinning-Well, give heat. what it Is all about. And that will
we always manage to keep the cellar take a long time.
from burning up If we can't save the Not Worth It
Barnyard Mathematics rest of the house. Mr. Bragg-Yes, It costs me $10,00(1( And Like It 934
"Which has more legs', one pig or a year to live. "1 never clash with my boss" 33
ao pig?" asked Freddie. No Help Wanted Miss Perte-Don't you pay It. It1.Io't "No?"
Father frowned and picked up his Lady (to new cook)-Cook, I have worth It "N 0; he goes his way and 1 go his." i
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MJTITII4A IMPROVED FOR THE BUFFET, Its Milk Requirement I Dr. A. M. Skeffington, the eminent "
UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL optometrist, recommends
Often for apparently no reason, frequent indulgence -
IN THREE ,PIECESIn children turn against their milk. Other In golf for business men.
IIIy 1 children seem to dislike milk and In primitive days; he explains, man

SUNDAY LessonBy have to be beguiled with all sorts of used his eyes In hunting, and golf ia
good because It
rUuLiI\ : develops the eyesight
wiles to take their daily requirementsof
( REV. P. B. FITZWATER. D. D.. It. Mothers who may be perplexedas by giving the "hunting eye" a bit of
Member of Faculty. Moody Bible exercise. "A fine if
theory- It only
Institute ot Chicago) to how to meet this problem are
Western Newspaper Union. worked,", Banker
DOUBLE-YOLK EGGS says Addlepate as
given helpful suggestions, In Hy gels
he compares today's card of 118 with
Magazine, by Mabel Worth, who
the 103 he shot
a year ago.-London
Lesson for February 17 writes on "Luring Junior's Appetite Answers.

0 Serving the milk In attractive con-
: -
: Massachusetts College Hens PETER TEACHES GOOD CITIZENSHIP tainers helps. Colored glass kippers,
and even ordinary straws such as
Working Overtime.
the soda fountains use often prove

LESSON TEXT-I Peter 2.11-17; 4:1-5.: Interesting for a time. All these devices -
By Prof J. C. Graham. Head of Poultry
Department Massachusetts' State GOLDEN TEXT-Love worketh no 111 may fall, of course, and one
Collegro,-WNU Service to his neighbor: therefore love Is the must continually find new ones. COMMON
of law. Romans 13:10.
fulfilling the
State college hens have been work- PRIMARY TOPIC-A Letter From While a small child may thus be be-
: ing overtime! and have laid so manyouble.yoll.ed Peter. guiled, an older one with whom one COLDS fIv
that the college is JUNIOR TOPIC-Peter Becomes
eggs A may reason may learn why milk Is
offering eggs of this type for sale by Teacher.INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- the majority of homes the good for him and why he needs to

the dozen. A number of poultrymenhave IC-What Makes a Good Citizen.. dresser or buffet has a piece of drink It daily Older children often

"found' that their hens, too, have YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP art needlework to improve Its appearance take great delight In mixing milk I Relieve the distressing
teen producing double-yolked eggs on IC-Responsibilities of a Good ..Citizen.In .
and also protect the top. shakes. Permit them to have a small sympfomsbyapplyinMenlholalum

rather a large scale, so they have been order to get an Intelligent graspof The, piece here shown Is In crochet shaker for their own use and to adda in nostrils
able to offer them for sale. the bit of dash of /i. and rubbing on chest.
today's lesson one must get a view work, Tulip design. sugar, a spice or per.
An egg with two yolks is an abnor- of the entire Epistle as to its: purpose The design Is worked In the large haps a little flavoring extract, and let,
mal egg. In flocks which are highly and method. The purpose was to establish filet ,mesh, which even the beginner them play at mixing their own milkshakes

', bred for egg production, when the pul- all' who were passing through finds, eaSY- and Interesting work. If Gives COMFORT4 Daily

lets first start to lay, their egg manufacturing suffering' and' testing (see 1:7 ; 3:14 ; : a number .9 steel crochet hook, Is

c : organs are not properly synchronized 4:12; 5:10-12).- I used the center measures about

'f. so that yolks may be produced The principles, of Christian behaviorset eleven by fifteen Inches and the end Three ,Simple
1 Stepsto
r : more rapidly than whites, memo forth In this text are of a broader pieces eight by eleven Inches.

; branes, and shells. As a result, two scope than citizenship. They embrace, This package No. 706 contains sufficient -

yolks may be enclosed, sometimes, I. Behavior as Pilgrims and, Co- cream color Mountain Craft Ease a Sore Throat ';
within the same egg. After the birds Journers (vv. 11, 12). crochet tton to complete"the set of .

have been laying for some time, however Christians are really sojourners on three pieces. Instructions with a in Three Minutes }

this tendency to produce double- the earth. They have not their permanent hook and a black and white dia- .
yolked eggs is lessened.Doubleyolked home here. They are Journeying gram, making It easy to count the '.

? eggs, when they are through the earth on their way I meshes, are Included. Modern Scientific Method ,
available, usually sell for 7 to 10 cents to their eternal home in the heavens. Write our Crochet department, In- ,:
above: the price of ordinary fresh eggs Their heavenly citizenship (Phil 3:20) closing 40 cents for this complete ,v,

but they may weigh from 30 to 3G should constrain them to the maintenance package No. 700, or send 10 cents If REMEMBER PICTURES HERE :\

ounces as compared with an averageof of conduct consistent, with their you' want the Instruction sheet with
about 24 ounces per dozen for ordinary high calling. diagram only.ADDRESSHOME. Here's a safe, modern and effective '1

I eggs. On this basis, the purchaser '1. Abstain from fleshly lusts (v. 11)). CRAET CO.- way to relieve sore throat. A way )

," gets more eggs for his money b/ The term "lusts" here includes the en- DEPT. B-NIneteenth and St. 'Louis that eases the pain, rawness and :;

buying double-yolked eggs. tire army of unclean forces springing I Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. Crush and stir 3 BAYER Aspirin irritation in as little as two or three .j
From a nutritional point of view, the from our carnal natures. They are When writing for any Information 1 I Tablets in J$glass of water. minutes. Many doctors advise it and ';k;

double-yolked eggs are even more superior enumerated 'In Galatians 5:19-21. Inclose a stamped addressed envelopefor millions are following this way.Try it. ":M1

than the weight would indicate, 2. Behavior among the Gentiles or reply. All you do is crush and stir 3 <-

for the extra- yolk adds much more heathen (v. 12)). The word conversa- BAYER Aspirin Tablets in K glass \

food value than the same amount of tion here means behavior. Christiansare Two of the Best of water and gargle with it twiceas ;

white.' In fact, according to Miss May under obligation to so live as to pictured here. (If you have signsof ,j

Foley, nutrition specialist of the college render it Impossible for the world to of Pie "Family" a cold, take BAYER, Aspirin and j
egg yolk contains more food value speak evil against them as evildoers.II. drink
plenty of water.)
per ounce than any other common food. Behavior as Citizens (vv. 13-17). :1,
SV Get real BAYER Aspirin Tablets j j
White the
Christian's true citizenshipis
Delicacies Hostess Will Be for this $
in heaven, he has a responsibility as 2 Gargle Thoroughly-throw your purpose. They disintegrate .'
,Abnormal Chicks Result head way back allowing a little to quickly and completely, making a
a citizen on the earth during :his earthly Proud to Place Upon trickle down your throat. Do this twice. |
Mainly From_ Two Causes sojourn. He should be in submission Do not rinse mouth. gargle without irritating particles. .|

Abnormal chicks;' those with only to properly constituted authority Her Table. BAYER Aspirin prices have bee, '';:,-4

decisively reduced, so there's no ,
one eye, for Instanceor those whose ,
1. Obey all of' Here are recipes for delicious pies point now in accepting other than 1
brains protrude, twin embryos, or requirements civil KS n ': J
chicks with viscera extruding, cause rulers ,(v. 13). )Fidelity to Christ is that: usually bring "repeat orders"from the real Bayer article you want. -5
shown by loyalty to civil 'aoth rity. your family or guests. '
about 4 per cent of all deaths before

hatching, says Dr. F. B. Ilutt, head of The intelligent Christian, recognizesthe Chocolate Custard Pie. NOW .
the poultry department at Cornell uni- necessity of government and graciously 3% recipe pie crust .
eggs, slightly beaten
: versity.He submits to those In authorityover U teaspoon salt
states that these abnormal chicks him, regardless, of the form of ifc cup sugar' -y
government. His duties as a citizenhe 3 cups milk:, scalded 15
-pp result mainly from two causes: the 1 teaspoon vanilla 3 If you have a cold, take 2 BAYER V
parts affected have either too performs as the Lord's free man, Aspirin Tablets. Drink full glass of PRICES Genuine
grown not servile 1 square unsweetened chocolate, water. Repeat if necessary following on Bayer Aspirin
through fear.
fast or have not grown at all during Governmenteven melted directions in package.How Radically! Reduced on All Sizes :.
'a critical period early in incubation. of a low order is better than an- 1 tablespoons hot water -' :_,.,:
archy. Free submission to 2 tablespoons sugar .
Most of these abnormalities, he says, governmental
authority puts to silence the Line a deep 9-inch pie plate with -
are fatal to the chicks.
Fifty per cent of all embryos that Ignorance of foolish men (vv. 15, 16)). pastry, rolled to *-inch thickness. Calotabs Help Nature i
.r 2. Honor all men (v. 17). The. Combine eggs, salt and sugar. Add
die after the eighteenth day are foundin Christian sees in every man the Image milk, stirring constantly. Then add :
abnormal positions In the egg, Doc To Throw Off Bad ColdMillions i
tor Ilutt of- God and will, therefore, give him vanilla. Pour Into pie shell. Bakein a
points out. Five types .of
the honor due him. This to all hot oven (400 F.) 15 minutes, ':!
these are knpwn, each with minor vari have found.in Calotabs a'' Second, Calotabs are diuretic to the
ations. It is estimated that they cause relations wherein we touch human life then decrease heat to moderate (350 most valuable aid in the treatmentof kidneys, promoting the elimination .!I
25 of 3. Love the brotherhood (v. 17). F.) and bake 30 minutes longer, or colds. They take one or two tab- of cold poisons from the blood. Thus
per cent all deaths and
are, therefore The brotherhood Is composed of those until knife Inserted comes out clean. lets the first night and repeat the : Calotabs serve the double purpose of
,.powerful factors affecting hatcha- who are chIldren'of God by faith In Combine chocolate, water, and third or fifth night If needed. i a purgative and diuretic, both of :
bility. fillIng How do Calotabs help Nature. which are needed in the treatment jj
blend. Pour
Jesus Christ. sugar, and over pie :,
throw cold? First Calotabs colds.
off a are of ;1
4. Fear ,God (v.. 17.. ,This means to place In slow oven (300 F.), one of the most thorough and dependable Calotabs are quite economical; ',:*.
:. Milk in Laying. MashBoth recognize God's sovereignty, righteousness and bake 7 to 10 minutes longer- or of all intestinal eliminants, only twenty-five cents for the family .J 3

skim milk and buttermilk may and holiness, and properly .to reverence until chocolate Is set. Cool. thus cleansing the intestinal tract of package, ten cents for the trial 'I
the germ-laden mucus and toxines. package. (Adv.)
Peach Pie.
be used in place of the dried milk prod him.
ucts as well as the fish meal and meat 5. Honor the king (v. 17). This hada 14 cups warm peach juice and water

meal, according. to the North Carolina peculiar significance at the time 2i drained cups canned sliced peaches,

State college. Three quarts of skim this was written, because In all prob- 1 baked 9-inch pie shell
:.:,,'-" milk or buttermilk, should be used 'ability the wicked Nero was then reign- 1 package orange flavored gelatin METROPOLITAN GRAND OPERAy

where only the dried milk: products are Ing as the emperor.III. Dissolve geltaln In warm peach

substituted. Where the dried milk, fish Behavior In a World of Opposition Juice and water. Add peaches. ChilL I 1 1

meal, and meat meal are left out of (I Pet. 4:1.5). When slightly thickened, turn Into '
the ration, four and one-half gallons 1. Arm for the conflict (v. 1)). Christians cold pie shell. Chill until firm. Serve \: :-; WV: Ho 1 '

:J\1...' of skim milk or buttermilk should be are engaged In a tremendous conflict with whipped cream.
*'. J substituted. The success of this sub.stltution with evil forces within and with

depends upon the regularity out. Satan and his angels are bent cm Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes
: of feeding the milk and, unless thereIs the believers' defeat and destruction. weak women 'strong. No alcohol. Sold 1 I 1s

ample supply for constant feeding, 2. The salutary effect of sufferingv. by druggists in tablets or Uquid.-Adv.

no substitution should be made. \ ( 1)). Suffering has a remedial effect -

,- upon God's children The one who CourageHe Every Saturday > all N BC stations : P. M.
Buying Breeder Toms suffers with Christ as an example will Is the truly courageous man
have the consciousness that it is his who never desponds.-Confucius.
Vigor In turkey toms Is detected bya
Identity with Christ that calls forth
bright eye, an alert, appearance, a
". grand or proud carriage, quick and the opposition of the world.
3. God's will the AND T N 4E NEWT
graceful movements, and by fertility regulating force of YOU CANT BEATS
i of eggs and livability of poults. Along his life (v. 2)! The will of God, not
with vigor should size In the lusts of the flesh, Is the. directing
go keeping
with age, a long breast free from curv- force of the believer's life. + FOR A ACN IS So 'EASY

ature, legs not too long, a masculine 4. The consciousness of a wasted '

head, and a general blocky appearance. life (v. 3). Looking back upon a BARGAINCalumet TO OPEN /
If possible, one should see the birds wasted life In serving the lusts of tho .
before buying and If there happens to flesh will move one to give no more

be a good breeder of turkeys within time to serving such a master. ;
\ i driving distance from home, there Is 5. The attitude of the world toward M- -w ; U

the best place to buy the breeding tom the one who separates himself from It

e ',: Missouri Farmer. (v. 4). The world speaks evil of those the regular r iJ k R RE
/ who will not go its way. The world
not only wonders at the life of the
: the Poultry Yard
I, ; Christian who separates himself from price
Past experience:: has demonstrated its pleasures, such as dancing, card

that yearling and older hens are better playing, wine drinking etc., but will -: \ Baking ,. .", -,
for breeding purposes than pullets, be- heap upon him nicknames of reproach. '
cause their chicks average stronger 6. Account shall be given (v. 5). Powder is '

.'s, .-'c and more disease resistant than those The Christian- should so live as to be SsI

': ':f h" from pullets. able to render a good account to God.Fellowship I noun on\y25fO Jf
:, ; CS K\$

; :' An egg producing intlon must Include With God poundlw.ix
:", some other foods than are found Every mental movement and re- g ,
In whole grains alone, If best results
ligious activity of life should be a
are to be obtained, and these are foundIn heartfelt plea for deeper and sweeter
any good laying mash fed dry 'ellowship with, God.
through the day. .

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.f r whisk broom, decorated Just how Deputy Sheriff Fowlerof
VALENTINE TEA with red and bearing the admon- Oklahoma learned
STATE WILL RAISE TEA THIS AFTERNOON -- ition "perhaps you'd like to brushup one hand is not pertinent to this

hare A most lovely Valentine tea was on your bridge" was presented to story. Bue his ability to do so came
A large number of guests Duff and Mrs.F. E. J. Rogero. A Valentine contestwas handy not long ago. Driving with
of Mrs. F. Deane
ALFALFA IN 'GLADESConstruction been invited to the tea which Mn. that with the
'R. Lawler and Mrs. Robert N. Ingram Hill, given at the homeof won by Mrs. Grover Poole, who one hand and shooting .
Mark robbers .
bank -
Thursday after- received a pottery jar. other, he pursued ,two r
at Mrs. Duff on
are'giving this afternoon
Smith killing one and wounding tho, .
jof water control Mrs. Lawler's home in honor of Mrs noon. Mince meat pie with hardsauceand second, besides recovering the $3-
equipment on 1,280 acres of Ever- A. J. Lawler, of South" West Harbor, Large bowls of beautiful roses in Russian tea were served to Mr. '

glades land near the Belle Glade Maine, and Mrs.- Ralph; S. Howard of various pastel ,shades were used for I and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mr. and Mrs. 750 the yhad stolen. ./

prison farm to provide an area for Savannah, who are visiting them. decorations. The tea table was love-, Grover C. Poole Mr. and Mrs., V. tOut

production of alfalfa and soy bean Mrs. Howard is Mrs. Smith's mother, ly with lace cloth and silver service, A. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. H."-O. Peters,

hay was authorized Tuesday by the and Mrs. A., J. Lawler is Mrs. Mark and the sandwiches, cakes and can- Mr. and Mrs. M.. P. Peterson, Mr. of England's Past

state cabinet. Lawler's motherinlaw.The dies were in heart shapes to carry: and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, Mr. and Scientists still!) are dragging skele.

The water control will cost about Lawler home is attractively out the Valentine motif. I Mrs. Charles- Williams, :Mr. and tons-real ones-out of England's .

$18,400, Fred C. Elliot, engineer for decorated with spring flowers, calen- Pouring were Mrs. Rich"ardsonSelee Mrs. W F. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs.B. past. Recently some 0;>irnan remainsover

trustees of the internal improvement, dulae sweet peas and roses. A lace Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. E. L. E. Herring, Miss Margaret Mor- 4,000 years old were found at

fund. estimated. cloth overlaid the tea table, on Stewart and Mrs. J. P. Percy. gan, Miss Livonia ,Congdon, Carl Ludchurch, Wales. Beside the bodieswas '

When the land is under water which silver service is lighted with The invitation list included Mrs.n. Johnson, E. J, Rogero, Mrs. J. W. n clay beaker, Indicating their

control the state will begin cultiva- green tapers. n. Alston.'. Mrs. Edward Bryant of Moore and Mrs. Olin Carleton. demise in the Bronz: "re.

tion of the alfalfa and soy beans and The hostesses will be assisted in I, Palm l Beach, Mrs.-John B. Beach and

will sell the green hay to a drying their entertaining by Mrs. M. P. Mrs. Stafford Beach' of West Palm I -

plant which is to be installed there Peterson, Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, and I Beach, :Mrs. P. G. Bishop of Miami,

by a private company. Miss Dorothy Lockhart. Presiding at Mrs. H., A. Bestor.

Elliott estimated the state's cost the tea table during the first, hour Mrs. M. W. Big, Mrs. B. A A $1.00 Dinner I
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of producing the crops each year will be Mrs. Gayle McFadden and I Bourne, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. .

would be $18000; with a gross return Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. During the second Carl Berner, Mrs. Keathley' ;Bowden,

of $30,000 ,from sale ,of the hour, Mrs. Grover Poole and ,Mrs.i I Mrs. Clyde Byrd, Mrs. E. B. Butler,

hay. Taxes will sost $4,500, .he said, Fred Nebiker will pour. Mrs. R. A. Ballard, 'Mrs., Milton

and he put at $7,500 annually the The guest lists include Mrs. F. Crouch, Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. R. :ri

probable net profit to the 'state. Deane Duff. Mrs. Herman Scharn- H. Collins, Miss Livonia 'Congdon,

O. W. Randolph, who appeared berg, 'Mrs. M. E., VonMach, Mrs., Mrs. Grace Cahill, Mrs. C. L., Downs, w

before the cabinet, said he believed Horace Bestor, Mrs. Claude Downs, Mrs. W. K. Downs, !

production of alfalfa and'soy beansin I Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs Fred Mc- Mrs. John, Dotterer, Mrs. JE. W.

the Everglades when land is Kenzie, Mrs. E. A. McKenzie, Mrs. Digges, Mrs. Thomas Deckman of

brought under water control would A. H. McKenzie, Mrs. Grace Cahill, Canal Point. Mrs. Dan Deckman ,of .

result in an agricultural business" Mrs. Mary McCrone, Miss Mae Drew. Canal Point, Mrs. W. A. Davis, Miss
that "will vastly enrich the stata. Miss Lucille Hampton, Miss Livonia
Mae Drew, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs.
Nathan Mayo, state commissionerof Congdon, miss Eva ,Mae Green_ Fred Flanders, of Moore: *Haven,
agriculture, and J. M. Lee, comp-
Miss Vilma Rhodes, Mrs. KennethS. Mrs. C. F. Goodman, Miss Eva Mae
troller said they favored experi-
: McMullen, Mrs. Barney Thomas, Greene, Miss Virginia Gallant,
mentation of an area of 10 or 100 ,
Mrs. R. A. Ballard. Mrs. M. E. Yen- Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. R. M: Hare.

acres before undertaking water con- awine, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Mrs. sr., Mrs. Fred Henriksen, Miss Gynna $ / \ _._ -'
trol on as much as 1,280 acres, but a
W C. Owen, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Henriksen, Miss Lucille -
Elliott said he believed 1,280 acres Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. C. W. McDon- Mrs. B.: E. Herring, Mrs. ,',,'. C. :;
would be the best suited unit for ;;;; :
control. ald, Mrs. H. S. McDuffie, Mrs. E. C. looker, 1Irs.V.. P. :Jernigan of : t." ,

Mills, Mrs. J. P: Percy, Mrs. E. L. Canal' Point. Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. .
Elliott described the water con- I
Stewart, H. C. 'Kolstad, Mrs. Richard Knight,
trol plan ,as "the first sound step, in C 1' t .
Mrs. Fred I.- Hill, Mrs. F: M. Mrs. I. D. Lefydig, Miss Marion Ley- ,=.I"t.I
the right direction! to determine
Wright, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. G. dig, Mrs. Martha' L'udekens, Mrs.
what can be accomplished" on the counts-whether your Baked Carrots and Peas: Sliceor
thousands of acres in the Everglades B. Rackstraw, Mrs. Harry Turner, : Mark Lawler, Mrs. A. J. SPEED is on skis, on the new dice two carrots and place in
Mrs. Albert Hill, Mrs. R. Y. Patter- Mrs. Hubert Land, Mrs. Wilfred streamline trains, or whetherit's I buttered dish with oneffourth

area.While the project was under discussion son, Mrs. Ivan Van Horn. Lockhart, Miss Dorothy Lockhart, mental speed. But in order teaspoon salt and a few grains of
Commissioner Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Mrs. B. A. Mrs.. H. E. Molter of West Palm that your haste shall not make pepper. Add one-half cup liquor '
Mayo requested -
Bourne, Mrs. Richardson Selee, Mrs. Beach, Mrs. Joe Masters, Mrs. J. K. waste,'see that your family meals from one No. 1 can of peas. Cover
an, executive session of the cabi- i of foods to and bake one hour in a moderate
Karl Froeb, 1Irs.Vm.. H. Mills, Mowry, Mrs. William H. Mills, Mrs.C. have plenty energy repair
net. There announcement of I
was the tissues which are used oven-375 degrees. Fifteen
I Mrs. W F Simpson, Mrs. Olin Carl- E. Miner, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. I
matters discussed during the execu- j up in your hurry.It minutes before removing from the
Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. G. t!I Foster Meredith, Mrs. F. R. Max
tive meeting. eton ] doesn't need to be a meal that oven, add the drained peas from .
:Poole, Mrs. D. J. Williams, \ C.j well. Mrs. Mary McCrone, Mrs C. W costs a lot. Here is a dinner that the No. 1 can. Add two table

'Fred Nebiker, Mrs. J.. B. McDonald, Mrs. E. P. 'Mutrux, Mrs.A. will take a family of four a long spoons butter just before serving.

SCHOOL TO COMPETE IN 'Mrs. A. 'V. Southard, I A. Munroe, Mrs. Gayle McFad-., ways.: It costs a dollar. This is' also a delicious, luncheon
Mrs. J. F. McLure, Mrs. C. F. den, Baked Pork Chops with Apple Sauce Relish: ,Mix one

Clewiston high school pupils, under -i Trainor, Mrs. James Bruce, Mrs.A. Mrs. K. S. McMullen, Mrs. F. A. Relish 354 cup of canned apple sauce' and ...
the direction of Miss Mae Drew, '' N. Gallant, Mrs. Gayle McKenzie, Mrs. J..A. McGehee, Mrs.A. Baked Carrots and Peas 16$ three tablespoons' horseradish.

'I' Mrs. R. 'H. Collins, Mrs. 1\ICFadden'l R. Nickerson, of Miami, Mrs. J. Apple ,Sauce Relish 13# Chill. Just before serving fold in
are preparing a one-act play, The '
Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. Corn Sticks 12$ one-third cup of cream which has
G. Niblack,. r
son, Mrs. W. D. Raines, Mrs. Wm. I I
Dummy, to be entered in the Tri- I Baked Custard 174
been whipped. Serve relish
County League's one-act play con- ''Cowait, Mrs. E. W. Digges, Mrs. :B.: I I Jesse Oglesby, Mrs. L. 1;'-. Perkins'. Coffee 7{ with the pork "chops.C as a

test in Alva Wednesday evening.The 'C. Flaniken, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, of Miami,

characters of the play are :' Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. Dave Als- Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. Mrs.,:W.. C. --.0,-.---- -_---.-----FTTT -.

portrayed: by Bill Cowart, who takes ton, Mrs. A.V.. Sias, 'Mrs. A. W. Prewitt, Mrs. Grover C. PooleMrs.. T T '
J. P. Percy, Mrs. M. P. Peterson
the of
part Roy Ulysses ,
a faithful club member; Evelyn Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. J. W. : Mrs. Ivy Pafford, 'George ,
Miami Locks Mrs. G. B. Rack- Admit only dean constructive by reading
Hare, who ,is Jane, a widow 'every Ezelle, Mrs. 0. A. Jones,.JMrs. R. C. of '
night: Emma Bethea, the maid; Nowling, Mrs. Thomas B. Shelley,
Jimmy Harrington, as Ted Manners, Mrs. C. F. Goodman Mrs. J. F. Tip- Redelsheimer, Mrs. L. C. Rosen- Daily Newspaper for the Home
Mrs. Ironmonger berg, Mrs., E. L. Robbins, Mrs. If gives all the constructive world news but does not exploit crime: and
Roy's pal., George' Bestor is the policeman pey, M. T. Mrs. scandal. Hat interesting feature pages for all the family on Women's
always on the job. Charles E. Williams, Mrs. William George Sparks, Mrs. Herman Activities, Homemaking, Gardens, Education and Books. Also pages for
the Children and Young Folks. Vigorous editorials: and of
Scharnberg, an interpretation
Bradnack, Mrs. David A. McGeachey,
news m the "March of the Nations" Column are of special: interest to men.
Mrs. Presley Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs.R. Mrs. Richardson Selee, Mrs. O. F.
KIWAXIANS PLAN UNUSUAL --------- -- -- ----
ENTERTAIXMENTTHURSDAY H. Knight, Mrs. Charles E. Miner Schiffli, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. The Christian Science Publishing Society
One. Norway Street. Boston MassachusettaPleeae
Leonard Shea, of Palm Beach, Mrs.G. enter my subscription to Tha! Christian Science Monitor for a
period of '
.. Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. Fred L. Sims of Canal Point, Mrs. G. One year $?.00 Three months 12,25
The Clewiston Kiwanis Club will ,
Six months 4 50 One month 7So
Mrs. C. M. Mrs. A. H. Small, Mrs. Richard Small
Gary, Littlejohn,
present a benefit play in the High Mrs. L. L. Spicer, Miss Bonceil Name......N.................,...,.,.,.......................... ....,.!...,,..,
School Auditorium Thursday even- A. Munroe, Mrs. Campbell E. Nail, '. .
ing featuring, Cal West and Bonnie Mrs. J. Grady Niblack, Mrs. V. A. Stone, Mrs. Robbie Smfth; Mrs. Street.........................,... ...................,............,..,.......

Mack, formerly of Billroy's Comedians Allen, Mrs. Victor Emanuel, Mrs., A. Ralph S. Howard, Mrs. T. B. Shel- City.......,.......... .oo.............. .State..0............................ .

and Ed Butler and Gratton L. Morgan, Miss Margaret Morgan, ley, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. G. B. Sample Copy on Request .

George, local talent. Mrs. J. S. Barrentine, Mrs. James Thomas, Mrs. Harry Turner, Mrs.

An unusual evening of entertain- Boswell, Miss Marcia Avant, J. F. Tippey, Mrs. M. E. Von Mach,

ment is assured, and a full houseis Miss ,Ulla Jacobsen, Mrs. Clyde R. Mrs. Walter Vaughn, . . . .... ....................... . ................................................
anticipated. The proceeds will go Byrd, Mrs.. W. C. Hooker, Mrs. I. D. Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. II.NNNNNNNNN. . . .NNNN. .N. . 'NNNN-. .NNN. . ,- .11
Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. Ivan Van; Horn,
into the, Kiwanis Fund for the Community Leydig, Miss Bonceil Stone, Miss
: Recreation Center., Marion 'Leydig, Mrs. Leah L. Spicer, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. D. Jenkins .V, \

Miss Wilma Douglas, Miss Ruth I, Williams, Mrs. Russell Whiddon, .A.t.I .

Mixon, Miss Olive Laurenson, Mrs. | Mrs. Cal West, Mrs. M., E. Yenawine
HONOR, ROLL, 2ND AND 3ltD.. R. Sathre Mrs. Scott Mrs. and Mrs George Yon of South Bay.
Hanson ;
GRADES Mrs. ,H. O. Peters, Mrs. J. W. Moore, I I I CLEWISTON GOLF f.

Mrs. R. T. 1IitchellIrs.. H. J. Og- :BRUCE HOME IS SCENE OF I'Iii'
Jackie Hastings, Martin Waldron, I l>>
lesby, Mrs. Escot, Mrs. W. A. Davis EVENING BRIDGE THURSDAY
Guthrie 'I
Sue Von Mach,
Mrs. George Terrell, Mrs. J. E.
Douglas Emanuel, Christine Red-
dish, Annette Beardsley, Mrs. E. L. Robbins Mrs. i I A novel and lovely Valentine COURSE .
Simpson, Wayne Mc-
Mullian : Wilfred Lockhart, Miss Dorothy I! bridge was that at which Mr. and
Peters, Lewis A
Blunt, William Willis, Betty 'McDuf- Lockhart, Mrs. Grady Echols, Mrs.A. Mrs. James Bruce entertained last V v.: _: .. s
fie H. Roberts, 1Irs.oD.. H. Roberts, evening at their home on the gov- V -
Billy Wright Willie Smith, Fred V A.t.
Mrs. A. J. Broadfoot, Mrs. G. L. ernment reservation. .. ..t.V .
Gary, Alice Akins, and Ray Brewer. 1IIb.........
Royal, Mrs. G. H. Small Mrs. E. of the home A
J. The living rooiAs ..
100 Percent in Spelling, 2nd and 3id ; I I _
Grades Rogero. Mrs. Wm.' McCarter, Mrs.R. I were decorated with tiny red hearts I i/

Matthew McKenzie\ Eugene McKenzie -I M. Hare, jr., which dotted the walls and curtains.,

Jackie Hastings, Sue' Von Mach, Mrs. M. H. ,Crouch, Mrs. Carl Ber-I iIn {he arch doorway leading to the AIi

ner, Mrs. George Sparks, Mrs. B. I dining room were segments of red
Wayne McMulllan, Fred Gary, Lula
Mae Christman. E. Herring, Mrs. Escot, jr., 1Irs.V.. hearts suspended in heart outline. ''F Puhtic1

M. Redelsheimer; Miss Mary Moore, 'Each guest was asked to take one Ii:; Open to the I IV

PATRIOTIC CHURCH SERVICE, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. W.P.. of the segments and find the other

Vaughn, jr., Miss Mignon St. Martin, half of the3art.. These were the

On Sunday evening, February17th j I Mrs. Roy Alston and Mrs._ Elsie tallies, each of which bore the name V : J! AV

Dr. D. Jenkins Williams will i Cothern. I of some famous historical lover. AV AV

speak o'r' George Washington, The Places at the table were marked AV

Father of His Country, at the Community I I by original verses descriptive of the AV
Church. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH characters whose names were foundon .t. ..s.V .
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The public Is cordially invited to Sunday, February 17, 1935Rov. the tallies. V
attend this patriotic service. During the bridge game an honors X I + -t'
prize was awarded to the first player t t. .'s.. "-

ST. MARGARET MARY'S CHURCH D. Jenkins AVilllams, Minister holding honors, and passed on to :;: Moderate Green Fees *_

CATHOLIC !'nr. the next player holding honors. The
9:45 School. s
a. Sunday
last player. Miss Livonia Congdon Exceptional Fairways _i

Father I;: J. Finncgan, Pastor 10:45 a. m. Junior Church. ; was given the prize, a red heart 1

--- 6:30: p. in. The Pioneers, Miss Lock- shaped box of jasmine tea. ::;st:: Interesting Greens :=:

Mass hart, Supt. Top score was held by Mr. and :1
on Sunday Morning at 8:30.
7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Sub- :Mrs. M. P. Peterson, who received x

Confessions before Mass ject: The Father of His Country -\I a lovely cocktail, tray; cut prize, .:. I.!.

Mass at, St. Mary's Church, Pa- (patriotic service) The a hand-painted thermometer was
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,hokee at 10:86: every Sunday. public is urged to attend. I l given to Mrs. Charles E. Williams. ; .( : : : ;. :-:-: : : : :- :( : : : : : : : : : : : : : :-: : : :-. ..


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