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: March 1, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00516
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Averts Cold DamageThe Home Building Ass'nThe


predicted drop in tempera- annual meeting of the stock-

WORK tures last night to 26 degrees over I THURSDAY NIGHT holders of the Clewiston Home KIWANIS MEETING s1
DISCUSS South Florida was averted duringthe Building Association was held this

night when winds shifted to the J week and H. A. Beslor, Dr. B. A. "

northeast. The cutting-of cane- in the fields Bourne and Mrs. Josephine Wrightwere Blaine McGrath, secretary of the ,
3 County commissioners of Hendry, Richard W. Gray, meterologist at I elected directors for a three Lee County Chamber of Commerce "
Glades and Lee counties met in La- of the United States Sugar Corpor- I ,
the Miami bureau, predicted a' year period, succeeding J. A. Mc- and former newspaperman, was ':
Belle yesterday to discuss the delayin I ation for the 1934-35 harvest was Gehee B. A. Bourne and H. C. Kol-!
freeze for Thursday night, but late guest speaker at the Kiwanis Club 't.
for the Ca- brought to a close last night, mark-
letting of contracts Thursday afternoon issued a state-;: stad whose terms expired. I' meeting at the Watanabe Wednesday ;
ing the conclusion of the season of
loosahatchee river work scheduled ment that the freeze would probably The association earned and de- evening and kept his audience ':J
as part of the Lake Okeechobee nav- not materialize as the north the largest Everglades industry. clared a six percent div-I I regaled with odd and amusing ex- '

igation and flood control project winds were shifting to the north-I Grinding will _continue at the sug- idend for V the last six I periences from his storehouse of ."'
house in Clewiston through today -
adopted a set of.three resolutionsin ar The Association has
east. months of 1934. memories of newspaper days.
connection with their discussion. School In Clewiston was dismissed I and until the last bag of sugaris made possible the construction ofa As far back as 1912 Mr. McGrath .;;;.'
taken from the mill sometime to- .
The first of the resolutions wasa ;
for the week-end on Thursday af- large number of homes in Clewis- was a star reporter and as such was
request to army engineer officials I ternoon and amateur gardeners took night. After tonight there will be ton during the past year. one of seven newspaper men who '. '
to speed the letting of contract, no visitors admitted to the mill until ,:
up precautions to protect their vegeta- Activities of the Association are were assigned to accompany Theo- ,
as much as possible; the sec- bles and flowers. next season. More than 4,500 directed by a board of nine mem- I dore Roosevelt on his special train, -- y

ond was to Governor Sholtz Stiff winds Wednesday and Thurs- visitors have gone through the mill bers, three of whom are elected each during the Bull Moose campaign. .,:
requesting him to appoint a member this season, the largest average per members of the board ::
Other unusual experiences
day probably did wind damage to year. One of the most -
r of the Okeechobee Flood Control beans and other crops, but no dam- day in the history of the sugar industry are Miss Marion Leydig, W. C. related 'by the speaker occur- <

Board from the river section of age was done by cold or frost. in the state. An extra, guide Owen, _E. L. Stewart, M. W. Bigg, red during' that campaign. In St. '
Glades or Lee counties; the third has been put on during the'past two J. W. Moran and F. D. Duff. Louis, the reporters as was their ':i
j the weeks to take care of the increased
resolution was commending ,
Presentation of Sugar custom when events were dragging,
number who wished to take advant-
Florida congressmen for their vote }
I Recreation Center Is left one 'of their number on duty
on the President's relief bill. age of the opportunity to go through '
six to
Essay Contest WinnersGeorge I while the other repaired a :
the mill before the close of the sea
G k Chairman Dave Alton of theHendry First City ProjectThe nearby beer garden to while away :i iI
( county board acted as chairman son. the time. During the reception of ':
w of the meeting.. P. Franklin, Bestor Jimmy Harrington Plans are complete for the third I Colonel Roosevelt, an assasin in the )
and Edna Leiter were winnersof annual harvest festival and danceto '
long an advocate of a cross-state I crowd fired a shot that struck the ;
recreation center
Clewiston ,
Fort first place in the essay contest be given Saturday, March 2nd ;
waterway from Stuart to My- famous man just over the heart.
conducted recently among Clewiston for employees of the company, their which is, being planned and spon-: ,
canal Lake Okee-
ers, via St. Lucie j Bedlam broke loose, and one reporter -
; chobee and the Caloosahatchee river school pupils_ on The Making of Su- wives, sweethearts and families. sored by several civic groups, has was overwhelmed. He immediately -
gar. The, essays were written following Barbecue will be served at 7:30 and
was one of the speakers who addressed been made number 1 FERA project, wired a flash to each of the seven /
an educational tour of the dancing will continue from 9 till 2 I '. "
the meeting. ; for'Clewiston and number 3 project newspapers represented to hold
sugar house of the United States: a. m. Music will be furnished by
Mr. Franklin spoke of a rumor I for Hendry county, according to the presses for release, and then .;
Sugar Corporation under the direction Bill Doherty's orchestra. No chargeis
that work on the Caloosahatcheewould I statement of C. C. House, county went to the beer garden to rouse ',
of school inJ5tructo'rs and a made for the festival, but admission -
be delayed until the Okee- FERA supervisor here Monday. the other reporters. .
r chobee Flood Control District could company guide. is by ticket only. Tickets are Mr. House stated that ,the local them ;
The six, Mr. McGrath among ,
George Bestor won first place being distributed to employees .and
complete payment of the state's two officials had recommended to state who were taking life easy for the ;
among Senior high school pupils, others who are entitled to attend
million: dollar portion of the cost authorities that the Clewiston recreation moment, thought the reporter wag! .
Jimmy Harrington among Junior the festivities. :
of the project, and questioned the High Pupils. Honorable mentionwas Plans for the festival were made center can be made number I stirring up a bit of activity by play

financial status of the district. :Evelyn : the' first pref-, ing a joke on them, and it was not ,
given to Hare and Pearl by a committee composed of Sidney 2 project for county,
Carl Hanton, editor of the Fort Brantley. Edna Leiter's paper was J Crochet, H. C. Kolstad, M. 'E. Von- erence for the county going to a until after they watched him race 1

Myers: News:Press, who spoke on judged first among the grammar I Mach and H. J. B. Scharnberg. for away that they decided the story
the subject a few minutes later, called school pupils and Johnnie Poole received badly needed sanitation project was not fictitious. The inevitable 'I'

I attention to the fact that a financial honorable\ mention.A I the LaBelle school. State authorities struggle to get through the crowd '

statement had recently been committee, selected from those HIGH SCHOOL BASKET however, did not act, upon the re- ,and get a story and wire it in to the, 1I

published by the district. Mr. Han- who are not connected with the i comendation of county FERA workers newspapers caused a delay of some

ton's statement that army engineers school or the sugar industry and and the county airport was I forty minutes after the first flash ::,

I had stated from the beginning of who have no children in school judged BALL TEAM WINS made project number 1 for the went over the wire before another-

the project that work on the Caloos the papers, which had first been county., v story went' to McGrath's paper, thQ

ahatchee would begin as soon as typed and were identified only by The Clewiston Recreation Center, New York Sun,

hurrfcane protection was providedon numbers, on four points; composition TO;' LOSES TO TOWNThe which is receiving much interest and A short time before the deaththe of;

the lake. This statement was approved narrative, powers of observa- support locally, is also recognizedas then editor of the Sun, a feature

by E. W. Digges, of the Army tion and assimilation and spelling. one of the most worth-while pro- story was published by him reminiscent ...

Engineers who said that the lake .. Committee members were F. D. Clewiston Hi Tigers defeatedthe jects, by county authorities. Mr. I of his life as editor of one of

work was scheduled first and that Duff, A. W. Lawrence, Dr. D. J. Moore Haven J basketball; team House has been heartily in sympathy the world's largest dailies. "One of

"-y). the river work followed. Williams, E. L. Stewart and Mrs. 20 to 17, in a hotly contested gameon I with Clewiston's efforts for the the mysteries of life," said the article

+" Louis O. Gravely, Hendry county I Keathley Bowden. the local court Monday night. construction of a recreation center "will always be the unexplained

attorney, brought out the fact that : The winning essays are being pub- The Clewiston five was off to a and is lending the movement all 40 minute delay during which the

the river section had never had a lished in the Clewiston News. I fast start and led 13 to 10 at the the help possible. presses waited and the world fumedfor

resident member of the Okeechobee end of the first half. news of Roosevelt's shooting'

Flood Control Board, although it U. S. Savings'' Bonds |I II Cowart, center for the winners" New Race Money I Mr. McGrath chuckled as he added.
was included in the district. I was high point man with 5 field "I could have explained the delay,

J' There was also some discussionof On Sale Now goals to his credit. Howell of Moore Allocation ProtestedTampa but I never did."

the cost of the project, which has I Haven received high point honors J f The story of the Bull Moose special

been revised upwards since the orIginal I I, for his team, accounting for 8 was only one of the

estimate of $9,000,000 was. United States Saving Bonds, Se- ,: points. Fla. (FNS-In a letterto I number with which the

made. ries A, are offered 'for sale by the :': The Tigers had some bad luck this Governor Dave Sholtz, Hillsboro speaker effortlessly kept the
Secretary of the Treasury to the peo- season but are now on the way to a Kiwanians entertained during his

ple of the United States and go on I I: successful finish. They go 'to Miami County Commissioners registered a informal and delightful talk. After

Basket Ball Schedule sale today at all first, second and I Ion Friday to compete in the 8th district vigorous_protest to any new alloca- the talk was concluded, at the request -

third class post offices and selected i basketball tournament. tion of this season's state race track of G. C. Poole and in reply to

Announced by School fourth class offices 'throughout the I I The players: for Clewiston, Lowe, revenue. questions, Mr. McGrath discussed

.country. I forward, Clark, forward, Cowart, This action was taken when infor- several national questions, inflation,
0 I These bonds are issued in denom- I center, Harrington, guard, Page the gold standard and others of intense -

inations of $25, $50, $100, $500 and Cowart, guard, G. Bestor,- guard. mation was received from Tallahassee interest and importance.The .
-. The basketball schedule for the $1,000 maturity value. For Moore Haven, Howell, forward, that disbursement of the funds meeting was voted one of the

remainder of the 1934-35 season has No interest will be paid on the I Brooks, forward, Flanders, center, might be held up until after the leg- most Interesting in the history of

been revised by school officials. The bonds but the purchase price has I'P. Boe, center, Vorhees, guard- E. : islature meets in April.In the local club. Guests were W. W

following games are now scheduledfor .. been so fixed that the bonds will : Boe, guard, Close, guard. a letter of protest the commis- Perry, new A. C. L. agent for Clew-
the Clewiston ,teams during' the yield an investment of about 2.9 per sioners state that they have budgeted iston and Carr Settle, editor of the

month of March: cent per annum if held to maturity.The I For the first time in the. historyof the anticipated share of state Moore Haven Democrat.
-. March 5 with Alva at Clewiston.
; would find them-
.\ bonds are payable ten years athletic relations between the racing money
March 8,' with LaBelle at Clewis- selves in a embarrassing position -
from date of issue but are redeemable -I two schools, Clewiston Tigers, defeated very
ton. before maturity at the optionof the Alva team Friday night if the funds were withheld. School Library
March '12, with Moore"Haven at the owner. They will be free of I 18-17. The Alva Ramblers were The Hillsboro county budget for the

Clewiston. I all taxation with the exception of estate leading the Tigers at the end of the current year anticipated $13,000.00 .Adds New 'Books
March 15, with Alva at Clewiston. ;
and inheritance tax, sur-tax and first half 9-3. After the half the from race track revenue which Is
March 22, with Moore Haven at t excess profits and war-profits taxes. spectacular shooting of Merrell appropriated to the road and bridge

Moore Haven. The following table gives in column Lowe: and Bill Cowart enabled the fund. Several valuable additions to the
March 29, with LaBelle at La-I
1 the denomination (maturity Tigers to turn what appeared a sure Chairman Walter Donovan of the Clewiston school library have been,

Belle. value) and In column 2 the Issue defeat into a glowing victory. II state racing commission recently made recently, including a set of .20
Sometime during the month of
price: The players: Clewiston Cowart, stated that each county would realize volumes of Carpenter's Travels. This
April, the tri-county basketball
Col. 1. Col. 2, Harrington, Patterson, forwards, close to $15,000.00 from the race set of travel books is of keen inter-
tournament will be held at Moore i
$ 25.00 $ 18.75 Lowe, center, Page Cowart_ and G. track fund this year according to est to old and young alike, and is
Haven. Dates will be announced lat-
o 50.00 37.50 Bestor, guards.. Alva; Byle, Murray,I commissioner Fernandez on whose being used chiefly as collateral

er. 100.00 75.00 R. Walker, forwards, D. Walker, motion the letter of objection was reading and reference for geogra-

500.00 375.00 center, Motlay, Sheppard, guards. written to Governor Sholtz. phy classes..
School Team Enters 1,000.00 750.00 The Parent-Teachers Associationhas

I A town-team, the Clewiston All- just made a gift to the libraryof

District TourneyWith Mrs. Frison to ,Talk Stars defeated the High School cag- No School Today the Book House in 6 volumes Tales,
ers 28 to Wednesday: night in an Nursery Friends from France,

a couple of recent victories On Children's Health exhibition game on the school court. Told in Holland and Little Friendsin
Proceeds went toward the expensesof Professor; Stanley announced to Japan.
under their belt, the Clewiston bas- -
all classes in the Clewiston school school hours the school library -
8th dis-, During
sending the team to the
ketball team left early this morning Mrs. Mildred Frison, FERA nurse
trict tournament in Miami. yesterday afternoon that there is open and anyone wishingto
for MiamJ.to participate in the dis- for Hendry county, will conduct a
I' u trict basketball tournament. I. discussion group at the school build- The players: All-Stars, Dosh, I would be no school' held today on account use any ,of the books may do so
Iq... I' of the cold weather. the library although there is no
Woodward Roberts in
Hare, Charles ,
Mrs. H. A. Bestor and Mrs. R. Y. | ing Monday afternoon at 3 o'clockon
The action was taken on sugges- made for books to be
Moore. For High School, Harrington provision any
Patterson are providing transporta- the topic, Children's Health.
I 1 I Lowe, Bill Cowart, Bestor, Bobby tion of M. E. VonMach, school board taken from the school building.Mrs. .
tion and are accompanying the boys Mothers are urged to attend, as
member from Clewiston, who statEd -
on the trip. Coach R. L. Dosh and the study group should be of much Patterson.
that the weather bureau predicted E. L. Stewart, Mrs. R. Y.
the members of the team, Merrell interest and help to those who have Reporter
26 degree temperature 'for this Patterson, Mrs. E. W. Digges and
Lowe, Bobby Patterson, Billy Cow- The study group is sponsored by
'art, Jimmy Harrington, Page Cow- the health.of children in their care. Mrs. Karl Froeb left Tuesday for section. The class rooms are not suf- Mrs. 1<". 1\1.- Wright were In Palm
her home in Terre Haute, Indiana, ficiently heated for"proper work to Beach Saturday attending a. Flower
,S art, George Bestor and Charles the P.-T. A., but the attendance is
. Roberts are going down to represent not limited to members 1Ht} Is open after two weeks' vUi with\ Mrs. be done to advantage In. such un- Show sponsored by the. Palm. Beach.

" the l tp. 1 111511 1 school. I l to the puhllc.\ Richardson Relce, arurtlly( cold wc&thor. Garden Qlub,


Some of the navy's part will be spent THE League of Nations nervously

along the Atlantic, but the greater part Italian mobilization of ,-
CURRENT will go for shipyards, dry docks and 000 troops, fearful that another situation A CHILD'S LAXATIVE

bases on the Pacific coast, at Pearl harbor like that precipitated by the Japanese ..

Hawaii, and at Coco Solo, Canal occupation of Manchukuo was !

Zone, which Is a submarine base. about to be added to Its worries.: ,The, WEEK SHOULD BE LIQUID

Nearly IIOUO.OOO of the army'sshare call to arms was sounded after announcement ,
in beginning the, of another clash between'Italian
Is to he used
construction of a great air base In native, troops and Ethiopiansat Mussolini Warlike (Ask any doctor)

ROOSEVELT SIGNS. CIGARETTE Hawaii. The total cost of this baseIs Asdu'b, in which five Italians wefe Supreme Court Power" For your own comfort, and for your

INDUSTRY CODE_ DESPITELABOR'S estimated at SI8.000.000.) killed and six wounded. A previous' All Happy There children's safety and future welfare,
The decision to use most of the battle took place several weeks ago., you should read this:
PROTESTS money In the Pacific was said to have A government spokesman discloses Learning How to Spend The bowels cannot be helped to- '

been Influenced by the fact that the that Italy Is preparing to send reinforcements Mussolini has found the opportunityto regularity by any laxative that can't ,
By EDWARD W. PICKARD fleet has been concentrated in Pacific and officers to Eritrea and show the world what It means when be regulated as to dose. That is why

Western Newspaper Union. waters during much of the past two Somaliland to organize native troops modern "R o m e" I doctors use liquid laxatives.A .

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT extendedno years. Navy officials stressed before and strengthen frontier (forces. Heavy starts moving. liquid laxative can always You be
amount. can
taken in the right
olive branches toward the Amer- the[ naval committee, that facilities for shipments of war materials have already He has mobilizedan gradually reduce the dose. Reduced ,

ican Federation of Labor when'be handling the fighting vessels on the been made. army' with air dosage is the secret of real and safe

signed the cigarette Imln U'Y'code, coast are Inadequate While the Italian_ government has N' planes to supplement relief from constipation

which labor leaders Japan Is supposed not to be alarmedby emphatically declared that their preparations tanks and artillery The right liquid laxative dose gives

; had declared was "\m- ,this program, congressional leaders are purely defensive; designedto A and the Emperor the right amount of help. When

sat I s f a ctory." The having given public and careful assurance prevent further Ethiopian attacks on of Abyssinia, repeated, instead of more each time,

; ,:. breach between the ad- that no "offense" is intended and frontier posts, rumors are adrift that Halle Selassie, must you take less. Until bowels are moving -

y. ministration and laborIs that such propositions as the Hawaiiair II Duce is planning the present driveto discipline his un regularly and thoroughly without

*. daily growing wider. base would have been put forwardeven establish a protectorate over Em ruly chiefs that any help at all.

The code finally If Japan had not denounced the. peror Haile Selassie's dominions. have offended Mussolini The liquid laxative generally usedis

signed after months of Washington naval treaty.At by an attackon Dr.. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It
and natural
contains senna cascara,
argument between the a meeting of the army high command he desires it, President African; colonies laxatives that form no habit even
tobacco Industry and with the military committee of will have to face an or so much the in children. Its action is gentle, but

a labor, calls for a forty- the house these plans for defense were early test of his strength against that worse for Ethiopian I sure. It will clear up a condition of

-., ....<,""" hour week and mini- threshed out thoroughly. Gen. Douglas of bonus payment advocates, If present ,Arthur Brisbane Selassie, who, believes biliousness or sluggishness without
mum wages from 25 to MacArthur, chief of staff, recommended signs are read cor that he Is the upset. Every druggist has it.

SW.lli Clay 40 cents an 'hour. La- to the committee the purchase of rectly. Although bonus direct descendant of King Solomon and

bor leaders also objected 800 new armored and equipped airplanes :- leaders have been un the Queen of Sheba.' & .aJe&; -' .

to the presence of S. Clay Williams at a cost of '$00,000,000 to' give able to agree among Maybe he Is, but he will encountera

administration board chairman, the: army the aerial armada of 2,3_0mod'ern a s.,. themselves, they insistthe problem that King Solomon's wisdom< JSYRUP PEPSIN

who they declare Is not in sympathy aircraft recommended by the plan be brought up could not solve for him' when he meets

with labor. The President Issued a curt Baker aviation committee. These ad- for consideration. Mussolini's airplanes.If .

statement informing the federation ditional aircraft are necessary, Mac-, .Some administration wise, Selassie will pay the indem-

,council that Williams' services had Arthur said !HI a memorandum, to expand leaders have expressed nity that Mussolini demands; As a
been satisfactory and that he had no the new general headquarters air t;. Mussolini al-'
belief such a step Is practical business man, Cross
Intention of removing him without force to give it 900 fighting units, forts necessary to prevent a, ways' asks a little soothing cash. He I Baby, and ,:

cause. Pacific, Atlantic and central di. revolt on major admin- got some from Greece. Also, Selassie ,
The executive council of the federa- Fretful With
visions. which
istration legislation. must salute the Italian flag
tion, composed of William Green and : Soon after this meeting the com- Wright,i The controversy over costs nothing. Mexico would not do
presidents of the federation of seventeen e a man Eczema
manders of these three divisions were possible methods of that: ;
International unions, states that announced by Brig. Gen. Frank M. An- payment Is becoming increasingly bit- ,
some present administration labor policies drews, head of the GHQ air force. '" ,
,ter.: Representative Patman, Texas One question may surprise you con
are bringing Increased unrest I I Lieut. Col. H. ,H. Arnold, March field, Democrat, author of a bill to pay the cerning Supreme, .court decisions 'getting Relieved by Cuticura"Our ,
among workers which may reach the Calif., was ,named commander ,of the
bonus certificates with an issue of new aside laws passed by the congressand
danger point of widespread strikes unless first (Pacific- wing with the rank of currency, gave out a statement asserting signed by the President, on the baby had eczema her

corrected. brigadier general. Lieut. Col. H. Cl: that Commander Frank N. Bel- ground tha't congress, in passing the on
to forehead and on the back of her
Thus far, the President seems
Pratt, former assistant chief of air of the its constitutional
American wanted law had exceeded
grano head. It started from blister aid
have had the best of the argument.
corps, was named commander of the to finance Is'the : Are
: payment with a bond Issue authority. This question
Labor leaders however expected kept spreading over her face. Ejjr
are I
second (Atlantic) wing at Langley field, because the bank of which he Is vice those Supreme court decisions in them-
to push the fight for a "prevailingvage" skin, was irritated and red, and rte
with the rank of
Va.f brigadier generaLLiuet. ,
president receives $1,350,000 In Interest selves unconstitutional?
\ clause in work relief legislation, kept It irritated from scratching so
Col. Gerald C. Brant will
thus endangering the administration com- annually on $45,000,000 worth of government When the Supreme court, sometimesby much.; She was cross and fretful a
mand the third (central) wing, Fort '
bonds. a narrow_ margin of five to four, great deal, and could not sleep well
Crockett, Texas, with the rank of coloneL -
The American Is- unconstitutional and
Liberty league, also declares a law at night.

sued a statement applauding the President's void, Is It exceeding Its constitutional "She was affected about *wo
President, threw all his weight '
THE the battle to bring the revolt- stand against paying the bonus. authority? months before I used Cuticura dap

Ing senate appropriations, committee CHANCELLOR ADOLPH HITLER The league said the Legion-backed Vin- WhereIn the Constitution of the ,and Ointment, and after using
. hermit-like retreat to son bill to finance the bonus through find authority' for ,
'r.' back Into line on his $4SS0,000,000'worksrelief United States do you them about three weeks you couldnot
mull over the Anglo-French accord, ands the: sale of bonds was "the lesser evil overrule
bill, and the committee finally the Supreme court power to tell she ever had this cop 3I-
voted to reconsider the McCarran prevailing searching; for a means that will enable but asked'congress, to defeat both It congress and the President in the making tlon.. (Signed) :Mrs. Neal Glad.Qy",

wage amendment. him to extractthe and the Patman meas re'. of laws? This absence of authorityIs R. F. D. 1, Box: 47, Brighton, TeM.

Chairman Glass, Virginia's unreconstructed remaining VersaIllest teeth "The President's opposition to immediate no accident. Those that wrote the Soap 25c. Ointment' 25c and 50c.

rebel, was requested by the uni % from the payment of the entire face valueof Constitution, after long arguing, disputing Talcum 25c. Sold everywhere. On Q
Jfin/i. rea t y. Diplomatic the bonus certificates Is based knew sample each free. Address : "Cuti!
President to inform the committee that '.:Y} : on and many concessions, .
Insistence on changes they had written quarters anticipate the sound principles and deserves to,be upheld presumably ', what they wanted the Constitution cura Laboratories', Dept. R, Malden.,

Into the bill will wreck his plan to end reichfuehrer- ," the organization added. to say. And they did not Mass.-Adv.
with counter
the dole. Another senator, said to be want It to give the Supreme court the

close to the administration, intimated proposals to the prof ACTING with startling rapidity, the power to veto laws, that it now assumes .
fered plan. DO YOU NEED PEP ?
that the President will veto the bill Agricultural Adjustment Adminis- and exercises.

If It is enacted with major changes What be these proposals tration ousted a, group of radical New Mrs. R. H. Banner of
will can only be Dealers, which Secretary of % 2910 Norwich St.. Brunswick
"that will not permit him to carry out Agriculture In London, John Puckering, fifty Ga., said: "I started
conjectured but w.
his program." _OU.-(.___ Wallace., said was "for the goodof eight apparently dead: was revive! Y, taking Dr. Pierce's Golden
are expected to deal the service." Jerome N. x |J; Medical Discovery because
Frank. Lee
The McCarran amendment would after five minutes. Meanwhile, he hall lacked strength
with the system
future my
Increase wage rates paid 3,500,000 re- Hitler 1 Pressman and Frank Shea and Gardner gone to heaven. lie saw interesting! and I thought this tonic
strength of Germany'sstanding Jackson all tendered their t would build me up. I took
reslgna- .
lief workers to the prevailing wage the things, came back to tell of them bottle and soon felt
army, plan of certain one
scale." The President has advocated tlons. The final fate of Fred C. Howe, Souls, evidently, travel: more rapid I myself growing strongerI -
French military circles for lengtheningthe "
Victor Rotnam and Alger Hiss still gained in every way.
$50 a month wage rates, based on his re- which takes OOO.OOO.OW
than light, Large
50 liquid 51.00.
French enlistment period, and the main in doubt.. New size, tablets cts.
belief that payment of low wages will years to get outside of the universe as size tabs or liquid 135. AH druggists.
from future course of Russia. In any event The bloodless purge of the grou'p, Write Dr. Pierce's Clinic, Buffalo, N. Y, '
discourage employables on relief he will make an attempt to separatethe we know it, going 1SG.OOO miles a sec for free medical advice. \
known as favored of
taking advantage of private work opportunities proposed air alliance from the inclusive proteges RexfordG. I ond. Mr. Pickering: says heaven Is
Tugwell, was Evidently
and shift men from privateto filled with'a "happy crowd."
security agreement worked out i signals were confused, because Pres- Kodak Roll Film Developed, complete with
government payrolls.It by the British and the French. There were no children. "All were high gloss prints 25c coin. Eastern Photo
I ident Roosevelt in his
has been intimated that changeswill press confer- .Service. Box, 728. Jlope ell. Vn.
officials dressed as on earth.
The London plan, reich have
ence stated that he was uninformed of
be suggested assertions by that the the social bluntly stated, is not acceptable in Its any such action, but later in the day No moths in heaven, of course' ; no>

quiet takes se- present form, and Germany will not Secretary Wallace said the President depression either.' Standard Table Model RADIO

curity program authority away join any new general pact unless some was aware of the action before It was II under seventy send your FF?
from the states. of her colonies are returned. European name,age and ten prospects.Radio rBm&fc
announced. Mayor LaGuardia, consulting with to each first thousand acceptedfor
Senator Adams, California Demo- changes which &;00.00 protection.your application
Germany Wallace added President Roosevelt about loans for
,however, that Tug-
not accepted,will pay$5.00 prospects.
crat, has stated that he will ask the
: wants are chiefly those of Memel and Funds avallabo for all
well, who Is in Florida, had not been New York'city improvements, agai
claims. Assessments costing about 80o
committee again to limit the work-relief -
Danzig, cut off from the Fatherland by- 'consulted. It may .be remembered thatTugwelt's proves that we have at last learned. monthly. No obligation In answering
appropriation of $2,880,000,000, which Reference bank here.
the Versailles pact. any .
fight for Frank resulted In to spend money. Something over $1
he estimates is sufficient to continue on FEDERAL MUTUAL ASSURANCE ASSN.
Objections are also seen to the pro- the discharge of George N. Peek as 100,000,000 would he the preliminary Box 1487 Shreveport, La.
the present basis, but not enough to
posal that Germany join the Eastern AAA administrator, and It was felt total, for tunnels, highways public

provide the higher wages and carry pact urged by France and the Franco- by some that It was to avoid possible schools, a $150,000,000::; housing \program
President \
out the projects the has In
Italian treaty guaranteeing Austrian trouble with Tugwell that he was not $232,000,000 to bring a bett!>! "INSIDE INFORMATION"For
mind. An effort to curtail the pro- '
independence. inforced of the plan. water supply from the Delaware extension -
gram In this way was defeated in the The air alliance, however Is vieweddifferently Indigestion or CONSTIPATION
Agricultural Administrator Davis In- of Park avenue as a broad
,committee ,a few days ago, although I CLEANSE INTERNALLY tho teacup way
the Nazis since it would
by ,
newspaper men that the order highway above! the tracks of thee\\
only by a tie vote. Garfield Tea acts promptly, pleasantly,
them either the build'an
give to
was necessary to; preserve harmony. York'' Central north to the Bronx, elim MILDLY.Not cure-a II,but certainly effee.*
air fleet or get recognition of the fleet "There was mounting difficulty In Inatlon of slums and the slum character i / tlve In relieving

NINE old gentlemen of vast dignity, that It Is generally charged they have getting things done," said Administrator from the East river shores. / / .. constipation. At

the, United States Supreme already built ; Germany would be accepted Davis. "We believed things would /......... drug-stores a
court, conferred together for as an equal partner, touching function more smoothly If they were t 25c and lOc.
From Ireland Jack via
five hours Saturday Then through Nazi pride and thirst for prestige ; and directed by men familiar with farm'
London G feet 4 handsome
Mayfair ,
Clerk Charles ,
C. Cropley, Chief Jus- the reich has hopes of regaining'Brit problems and having a farm back ,-
tice Hughes announced face, nice smile, big muscles, tellin to:
that there ain's waning sympathy since the pro- ground."
the truth about himself whatever the Garfield Tea Co.
would be no decisions handed down
on posal 'emanated from London. Wallace was asked If this ,statement Dept. 12
the following ,Monday. Nothing: was Italy, the first nation to reply to the applied jo Tugwell. He hastily replied damage to his modesty : ",I am not Brooklyn, H.Y.

said about the test of the week, but It proposals drafted at London, officially that Tugwell had an excellent farm like the usual lowbrow fighter. I'll gu

was assumed the ruling on the gold stepped Into line for an inclusive western background, which may be a distinct up and up and up to the very top." I.

clause cases would not be handed down European security agreement, surprise to many. Mr. Doyle sings "When Irish Eyes

before, February 18., It was thought by affirming her adherence In principle. Are Smiling" very sweetly. Mr. Max

the well Informed that the- delay was much advertised benefits from Baer, at present prize-tight champion,

due to the slowness with ,which the THE jury holds the fate of Bruno THE recognition have been cannot sing ,well, but he, too, has self PARKER'S

dissenters were preparing their_ views. Hauptmann, accused of the rather less than satisfactory. Neitherthe confidence: 'Jack Doyle's prophecies Fic HAIR BALSAM

Meanwhile anxiety over the matter, murder of the Lindbergh child, in Its wide expansion of trade which was are, all very well. He may go 'up and 8 Remove Dandruff- .Hair Falling

at least In government circles, was hands. Only four courses are open- anticipated, or the satisfactory settle- up and up,* but sooner or later on the Beauty Impart to Gray Color and Hair

growing less daily. Attorney General] acquTttal, conviction with the death ment of debts materialized, and following road up he will meet me, and then he Hlg<-<>hoc Ch and.m II,Wfcii,00:f8aK.Patehomio..N Y,

Cummings ,spent two hours with Presi- mandate, conviction with a mandatorylife a conference, with Soviet repre- will go down and down and down." FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in -
dent Roosevelt going over the plans ectionwithParker'HairBalaaro.Makea the A'f
sentence or disagreement. In his sentatives, Secretary Cordell Hull ad
which have been drawn hair soft and fluffy.60 l'p.u by mail or at drug
up for Imme- final plea to the jury, Edward Reilly, witted that diplomatic dillydallyinghad Germany plans an army of 400,000men guts.Hiacox Chemical Worka.Patchozu.N.Y.
diate action In the event that the decision chief defense counsel bitterly charged come to an end. small compared with the kaiser'

goes against the government. that Colonel Lindbergh was betrayedby Hall Issued ,a curt statement that army. But the real fighting machine WNTJ: 7 8 55

Violet Sharpe, the dead Morrow "certain diplomatic changes" had been hereafter_ will be located In the air,

W ITll the full approval l of the administration maid; Ollie Whately dead Lindbergh ordered In Moscow. The acting; naval and, besides, German recruits for the

the army and navy butler;, Betty Gow, Lindbergh nurse- attache will be withdrawn', the consulate 400,000 army will serve only one year THEM

are to receive $40,000,000 to carry outa maid; and Henry Johnson, friend of generalship will be abolished, I Instead of four, giving a'rapid turn t

program of national defense which Miss Gow. He declared that evidence and further reductions will be mad over of trained fighters. At the end of

will consist mainly of Improved strongholds against Hauptmann had been "planted1 in the personnel of the embassy, he five years Germany would have 2,000-

on the west coast and In the Pa- and that the state bungled the Investi- stated. 000 men trained to fight. It Is likely, 111NTUBES

cific. The money, which will be shared gation. What Impression his fiery Tbe United States' action means a however, that whatever is going to hap-

equally by the two departments, comes speech may have made Is known only period of strained relations between pen will happen long before five years

from a $300,000,000 public works fund to the jurors themselves. the two countries. & Klne Features syndicate Inc.
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H Appetite gone?

GOLDEN DAWN.r Vnervousp Closing weight

I I"pale

> ?tired

By PETER B. KYNE a:. i

then don't gamble with your body ;
Copyright by Bell Syndicate WNU Service .

A simple thing, perhaps. .yet a .:.

SYNOPSIS The door was open. He switched on both Involved In a tricky game now "Can't you give the miserable snoopers very serious one, resulting in loss of ".1'
strength body weakness and
I the light and found a disordered bed and must play the hand through." an office job?" Lanny demanded
possibly many other ills. So why not
Theodore GatlIn adopts a baby, "Pe- with nobody In it. He searched the Doctor Burt was suddenly serious. She was faintly provoked at Daniel check-up and snap back to the zest of
nelope.". In aq effort to solve his matrimonial house thoroughly only to discover he "I do hope we haven't lost Nance, for his lack of initiative. eating and well being. '

troubles. But his wife ha3 was alone in It ; finally, on the living Dan. She's the most interesting psychological "Would you herd cows with a You will find S.S.S. a great, scien- .
never wanted her and their affairs end
In tho divorce court. At a baseball room table he found a note: case I've ever seen." couple of horses that had won the tifically-tested tonic-not just a so- .b
game a ball strikes. ten-year-old Pe- "Dear Chief: We think you mean "She ain't Jost, but I'll bet a cookie derby?" -. called tonic, but one specially designed .:f
nelope on the nose. Mrs. Gntlin spiritsthe well and we thank you for what you she's well hid. But I'll locate her "Oh !1""Wake to stimulate gastric secretions :''s
child to Europe. Gatlin wills Penelope have done, but the dicks are watch within twelve hours," Chief :McNa that psychopathic nuisanceup and also having the mineral elements ..3
all his and is about to '
begin a search money.for her when a motor lug this house. They trailed the doctor mara added, thinking of Ella Cates. Lanny, and get her down here, so very, very necessary in rebuilding :a
accident ends his life. Some ten years last night, but a friend of ours "I've run Nance's early history down I've got to find out things or go crazy. the oxygen-carrying hemo-glo-bin ofthe ,7
later. In San Francisco. Stephen Burt trailed them. Forgive us if we just since I saw her last, Doc," he an Besides she hasn't had any dinner." blood to enable you to "carry on"Unless :,,?

rising young psychiatrist Is presentedby can't trust any cop. Anyhow, it wouldbe nounced suddenly. "I got busy the other "Let the poor lamb sleep Dan," your case is exceptional,you :.1
Dan McXamara, chief of police with soon enjoy again the satisfaction -
embarrassing for If men day and luck was with She's an pleaded Lanny.
new patient-Nance Belden a girl you your of appetizing food and good digestion -
with a dual personality for which her found us here. Good-by and good heiress and her name is Penelope "I need a lot of sleep myself and 1 ..sound sleep... and renewed <,;'
"saddle nose" Is in part responsible. luck." Gatlin. She got it in the nose by a can't get It until I know how, when strength. So many say, "S.S.S. makes :-1
McNamara does think she Is
criminal and obtains not Burt's testimony a McNamara sat down. He was suddenly baseball-a long fly into the bleachers.But and where Nance and her gang made you feellikeyourselfagain. S.S.S.Co. :,'J

? In court. Lanny the doctor's office weak. So he hadn't fooled Flynn I also discovered something else. the getaway. Suppose Flynn and An '''.j,
nurse Is also won over. Nance's crIm- and Angelloti after all. The smart It's a question whether she ain't justa gelloti let them make the getaway; You have aright '' <

inal record outweighs Doctor Burt's devils Well, they might suspect all natural nut. Her mother is. She led suppose Flynn followed the men and that S.S.S.to Insist be 'i
explanation of her case and she Is sentto
San Quentin penitentiary. Nance they pleased, but unless they had seen Gatlin a n-1 of a life." Angelloti followed Nance? They'd do eupplkdyouonrequest. W- : i :::'I!
escapes, although shot and goes to his guests and recognized Nance they "No, I don't think[ It's congenital[ that ; they wouldn't risk getting in Its f'd' y .:.-..

Lanny's apartment, from which by McNamara's could never prove anything.He Dan. There's something about that girl Dutch with me by making the pinchas long years ofpreference is A'a >r'

orders she is removed to thechief's realized now that his act In sending that's healthy mentally and physically. the gang came out of my house. yourcuaranteeof :i ,:
home. From one of the men inS p
\ the boat on which the girl escaped Mc- them out of the state would clinch l Did you meet her mother?" They have some loyalty and a lot of satisfaction. :

Namara learns that Nance's real name their suspicions ; they would be sure "No but I'm going to run her down common sense, and they know which .j
is Penelope Gatlin. He also discovers to have somebody In their confidence easy enough." side their bread is buttered on. When makes you ..

that she Is heiress to $750.000. keep the house under constant surveillance Stephen sighed. "Oh, poor Nance they take the girl they'll not turn her feel like '

until they got back. Evidently I'm afraid she's beyond my skill, after in to me. They'll waltz her straight S yourselfagain >'

CHAPTER VIContinued14 they had sent a bungler and the all. A bad family history, Mac-very back to San Quentin to the warden :)

ex-soldier had spotted the fellow-he bad. There's a structural weakness In and let his men get the credit for >'1

AnsellotI was a resourceful fellow. wondered If Nance and her loyal some families that never gets bred out. recapturing her. All they want Is TOftTC> .J

"Let's call on that Lanning woman, friends had made a clean getaway.The and I suspect poor Nance has an In- the reward. Suppose they know she's

apologize for our rough work last front doorbell rang and he went heritance of mental instability from here now and suppose they've seen me Their Relationship ){f

night, an' maybe she'll slip us some o' [o answer it. A thn. bent man stoodIn her mother." come here? Ouch Murderation !I" Old Lady Backbite is the devil'i ,r

that pre-war Bourbon again." the entrance, and even in the dim "Well, with that busted nose, her In- "Have her down, Lanny," Stephen aunt.-Old Saying. :.

Flynn nodded, and they drove to light from the hall McNamara knew heritance and her hellcat mother, she commanded in his operating room voice, "
Lanny's nouse. Lanny received them him for an ex-convict in his prison certainly had a fine start on the ro.i.1 and Lanny had no alternative save to

coldly. "Have you come, to search my suit of civilian clothes. to the foolish farm, didn't she. Doc? obey. So presently Nance came down

house again[ ?" she demanded irritably. "Chief McNamara?" he queried Excuse me, there's the telephone." the stairs with her. The girl was ;.

No mule's face could, possibly have huskily. Lanny was ,calling "Dan. she arrayed in an old faded dressing

been longer and sadder than P. Flynn's. "Yes, I'm the chief." quavered "my house has been burglar gown of Lanny's, her hair was tousled, l

"We didn't come to annoy you Miss "I got out of San Quentin this morn- ized. They jimmied the back door, i and she yawned sleepily.
I had for but I and for all I know the burglars arc "Hello Stevie old darling hello
Lanning. The chief's give us the In. ing. a message you, ; ,
side story. We Just called to apologize didn't want to come to headquarters to upstairs still. I'm watching 'the stair Dan you great big beautiful thing.
for even suspectin' you." deliver it. Benny the Beetle told me case-got my pistol covering it Come Here I am."
"An officer," Angelloti explained, to tell you to rest easy." over quick Dan-please.' "Sit down," McNamara Invited In

"has got to do a lot of things he don't "Thanks, friend. Come In and rest "Coming right away, 'Lanny." He honeyed accents.,

like to do In the discharge of his easy yourself Let's get acquainted," hung up and faced Stephen. "Lannyhas S* Nance sat down promptly-on his
McNamara Invited hospitably. In the burglars. Into your car, boy, andwe'll
duty. The apology goes double, Miss \tremendous knees-put her arm aroundhis
beat It
Lanning." over. burly neck and kissed him. "Now,

"It's accepted.. Then they shook I don't get excited" she cooed. "I know

hands. "How about a' shot In the CHAPTER VII exactly what's burning you up, but you inherited ."

arm?" Lanny; the worldling suggested needn't worry. One of the boys recognized
much molliOed. Lanny, very white and shaken, was Flynn" and J recognized Angelloti,

Angelloti shrugged expressively."Well in her living room, pistol in hand because he's the dick that pinched me

seein'[ as how," P. Flynn mur- watching the stairs when McNamaraand the first time I got In Dutch. They QUALITYJust

'.\ mured. So they had three drinks and Stephen came noiselessly in the kept circling the block In their car all

', spent. a very pleasant evening with back door. The chief whipped out his. the afternoon and when It was almost

Lanny and she was loath to see them pistol and went unhesitatingly up the dark we saw Flynn go Into an alley

dart.h'ow. stairs. Presently he called them to alongside a vacant house across the as fine dairy herdsare

Lanny was aware that Stephenhad come up.They street. We decided AngellotI had gone -
planned to visit his queer patients found him standing In the door home for dinner So we telephoned bred for blue-ribbon

after dinner that night. So she tele way leading into Lanny's guest chamber Angelloti's house and his wife said quality,so Ferry's Pure-
phoned-and Dan .:McNamara answered .. "Take a look at that," he or that he was eating his dinner, and un-
bred Vegetable Seedsare
dered. less It was Important to call up In fif-

"1 shouldn't ring you up this-( late They looked. Lying in the bed, teen minutes. So we said It wasn't Important bred to produce

and get you out of bed-" sound asleep was Nance Belden hung up and held a conference vegetables of superiorsize
McNamara switched off the light and .
"Not at all. Just
got in this min r 1 1a
ute." softly closed the door. With his great "We decided the back of the house color, flavor and

"I'm glad. How's everything. Dan?" head clasped in both huge hands he wasn't guarded, so we telephoned the abundance. Plant
went 'down the stairs to the living .
friend that met us at the yacht
"I boy
haven't seen the patients, but my
chief of staff was up waiting for me, room. "Doc," he pleaded, "whose harbor that night, and he came and these purebred seeds ,.
and reports everything[ Jake." loony now? I think I am because I'm parked In the next street. We went out and be sure of big '
seeing things! that ain't In the book.;:
"That's all I wanted to know. your back door leaving the light In fresh fine luscious
Ochone, ochone, and wlrra, wirra. the I tasty,
Thanks, Dan. Oh, by the way, Flynn the front room burning and shinnied
fairies have me in tow !1" the back fence. Some job for two vegetables.
and Angelloti called on me again, to over I
night." "Got to get her out of here," Dan members of the party, I'll say. One

"What's that !i" The chiefs voice McNamara decided. "Flynn and An. over the fence we had to prowl throughthe

was a 'roar. "What are those two eggs gelloti finally got on her trail, no back yard of the house that abuts .

up to? I told them to lay off you." doubt about that-and it's a mighty against the rear of your house-and a .
"They're doing that Dan. .-They Just cold trail those two dicks can't follow.I dog bit me. but not very hard. We

called to apologize. They spent the suspected this and the note she left got out In front and Into the next

evening with me. They only left a at my house confirms It. It's just the street before anybody could come out .

moment ago." "Hello, Stevie, Old Darling." mercy of God that Flynn and Angellotl and see what luck th dog had had ;

t "The liquor must have run out." didn't happen to slip Into my domicile our car was there and we beat It We're
"Oh, Dan !I" clearer light of the living room he and find the note. If they had I'd be pretty sure nobody followed us. but
"I know those two. It would never saw his visitor was far from being a sunk. They can suspect all they wantto we drove out to the park first with J1S dally easy. New Life Protection Plan.
well man. "What is It, kid?" he de. but hanging It on to me Is another our lights doused, and when we were Death Disability. Old Age. Accident up to
occur to them to apologize to anybody examination. 1
I SI,000. No Membership age
If they didn't have a reason It's Justas manded. "Hop-or T. B.? pair of boots, as the French say" sure nobody was trailing us, the boys to SO. Cost; $1 per month. Medical benefit
"The old coughin1 sickness, Chief. "Why, they wouldn't dare Invade here. We Jimmied for childbirth up to J100.
I suspected. Lanny. They're goingto brought me your I I AMERICAN BENEFIT ASS'N
hang on to this case on the quiet The prison directors shortened my their own chIef's house," Lanny pro- back door, Lanny dear ; then the boys Chouteim Trust IIIds. St. LouIs Mo.

and trail you around." term to let me out for treatment. As tested. said good-by to me for keeps. It seems
If I treatment anywhere," he wouldn't? You don't know
An anguished thought popped Into can get "They you don't want me associating[ with
added bitterly. those two bozos like I do. They'd WATCH YOURKIDNEYS
Lanny's agile brain. "Oh, Dan, suppose them any more and they think you're
they took a notion to trail "Oh, yes, you can. I'm living alone dare anything If they figured they right about that Dan." I
Stevie r"Hush here for the next thirty days, so I'll could get away with It" TO BE CONTINUED. !

You don't have to paint me get a nurse In to take care of you,
any picture, Lanny. When didthese and you stay here." Be Sure They Properly

two busybodies call at your house?" The man looked at him suspiciously."You I Cleanse the Blood
"At nine-fifteen." mean It, Chief Government Assay Office Recovers Gold
kidneys are constantly S1Ytering -
"Wait a mInute" Lanny waited a "What?" McNamara did Benny asked.tell you aboutme From Chimney Soot and the Dust on WallsThe Impurities from the blood

minute and then McNamara said : .. I stream. But kidneys get functIon-
"Stephen left here Just about that time, "He told me to trust you. He said I ally disturbed-lag in their work-
New York SIO.OOQ to $15,000 the sale of gold
In uses on
was one human If assay
so I guess we're safe tonight. And to- you being even you fall to remove the poisonous body
morrow I'll cover that loophole. I'm was a chief of police.! every conceivable precaution In its reclaimed from chimney soot. Even wastes.
melting rooms to conserve the metal, the dust on the walls [Is collected for suffer
an ass not to have thought of It before He changed( the linen on Nance'sbed ... Then you may :
Good night.." put the room In order, laid out a says; the New York Herald Tribune. gold. I backache, attacks of dizziness,

In the morning Dan McNamura sent suit of pajamas and ordered his guestto The assay office Is housed in a rela burning, scanty or too frequent
white and Roger Bacon' Prophecy urination, getting up at night
bed. lively new uulldlng, oerere.
for Flynn and informed him he to
swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic
q i depart that night for Los "And now, me bold buckos," he reflected One of Its Important Installations Is Approximately 700 years ago Roger "
Angeles to pains; feel "all worn out.
"'. 1 Doctor Burtto called a fume precipItator-In reality Bacon said : "Machines for navigating
"keep on trailing I
bring back a prisoner. Flynn begged Don't delay! For the quicker you
house If feel like It." a series of metal sleeves each plumbedby are possible without rowers so that
Angelloti to keep his eyes on the Job. my you get rid of these poisons, the
But that night McNamara found other He waited up until Stephen Burt arrived a chain. Alternating currents rug great ships suited to river or ocean your chances of good health.
work for Angellotl. By the time Flynn and explained the situation to through the chains and the sleeves ; guided by one man may'be borne with Use Doan's Pills. Doan's are for
returned. Angelloti was gone and the him. Stephen considered It a tree and. as smoke passes up the chimney, greater speed than If they were full of the kidneys only. They tend to promote
the minute men. Likewise cars may be made normal functioning of the
line soot particles
same night, without a moment's notice mendous Joke but commended his "
r McNamara shot him up to Seattle of attack on Flynn and Angellotl. quantities of gold, are dashed from the so that without a draught animal! they the kidneys Irritating; should poisons.help them Doan's pass are off
air by this electric barrage, and fall to may be moved with Inestimable speed
on a similar Job. "The man does need treatment verybadly recommended by users the countryover.
; S He let himself Into the house that ," he told the chief. "I'M send the bottom of the flue. and flying machines are possibleso I Get them from any druggist.
night with his latchkey turned on the around a practical nurse early tomor- This precious residue Is collectedonce that a man may sit In the middle

hall light and whistled. "Hello, every. row morning to look after him, and I'll or twice a year by men who go turning some device by which artificial' I DOA.N'S PILLS
body," he shouted. Nobody answered, continue to call upon the poor devil into the basin of the chimney and wings may beat the air In the manner. t _
so he hurried down to Nance's room nightly until further orders. We're shovel It out The assay office realizes of a flying bird." i iI iI I

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tion at this particular time would I er a youth,-his forty-two years and I year's green fees, at a golf club, strictly enforced.If .
News -
The Clewiston would be able to everyone, white or black, local
mean tremendous profit and bene- his middle-age spread are equally- when at most they
or non-resident who does: any fresh
evident. It's his philosophy that play on the course but once or
fit to humanity the world over. to
Published every Friday in Clewiston,,, water fishing in Florida were

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS,,, In a special message Dr. Herty, keeps him. He says he Is loosing his twice? step up to the court house and plank
touch. "I don't give a damn whetherI Were It possible for winter visitors 'state
Inc. whose feat of producing paper and down a dollar tomorrow, our
i win the Gasparilla or any other to secure a temporary fishing conservation department would find l
rayon from the pulp of pine trees I: can't for a limited time at a .
tournament today. I know permit good funds to carryon
Keathley Bowden, Editor itself with sufficient
attention pointed -
has attracted world ,
take it in there with those nominal rate-say twenty-five cents, really worth-while conservation
a _
the of reforestation. -
out Importance
sters. So why should I grow and this fact given publicity through -
Entered as second class mail mat- I program.
a hurry worrying over them. The I the press, over radio, through state would benefit andas
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post "The long leaf pine has a good strain isn't getting me. chambers of commerce, tackle The entire
nervous could ,
and alike there
all paid
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under mast or seed year only once. in about Don't believe that for a moment. I'm stores, fishing camps, guides and paid Our stat
the Act of March 3, 1897. seven," said Dr. Herty. "This be no just complaint. _
not going to let golf get my nerves.I hotels, thousands of tourists would Conservation Department is doingsthe
is the greatest seed year for all have simply lost that old touch, gladly pay this small sum. .
with the funds avail--
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. pines I have ever known. The young best it can
that's all. I miss putts now by inches Of course county officials would i able. Let's give 'em a hand with',
application. almost like
Advertising rates on pines are coming up agreen
carpet. Forest fires at any that I once sank. It's simply be- feel terribly imposed upon, if they : some intelligent legislation that will'" .

and cause I've lost the touch in these compelled to write out a license -
Devoted to the advancement time within the next 12 months will were mean more revenue for splendid -

'welfare) of Clewiston and Hendry kill the tender young seedlings, so fingers the same as a veteran bil- without receiving a fee of work and at the same time be fairer ,
liard player loses his touch for the fifty cents, and if
twenty-five or
County. the importance of exercising the, 'and more acceptable to sports-
cues. That's why golfers lost out such fee allowed, the state
greatest care to prevent fires is ob- i. a men in Florida and those who visit -
--- --- after so many years. Feeling that would be no better off from such a"temporary" from other states.
vious. It may be a long time beforewe us
off in Marianna' about it, he went out casuallyand license, however, the
Hey, Huey! Stop will have another good seed year. way And if any of you folks .think the

sometime and get real dope on this Tell the people to prevent forest sank a 45 foot putt when he fee proposition might be avoided if state isn't making real headway on

needed' it. "That's where it is", so the state issued a stamp or sticker takea
its conservation 'just
the South
share-the-wealth racket.-Fort My fires at any cost and save
why worry? carrying an expiration date, which day off sometime and run'up to
its millions of dollars in our pine
News Press. Echo from Miami I
ers trees." could be Issued at small cost and Welaka for a look at the state fish

"Ouch!" It's almost miraculous to see the I without a great amount of record- hatchery. Take time to look around

-' THE FAMOUS FIVE bouganvilla in glorious bloom after I Ing and bookkeeping.As and acquaint yourself with what

Storms'in Kansas; ships in dis- the December tl eeze. Most of them the matter stands now the they're doing up there-you'll

tress, 30 inch snowfall in Pennsylvania were killed back by the cold and,1 ,
The famous quintuplets parents, state does not receive anywhere near sure enough
-, all during the past week/ haven't yet reached the blooming I
Mr. and Mrs. OliveDionne, have returned the amount it should in the form
;Florida can't complain of the weather stage. However, the Clewiston Motor citi-
to their Canadian home, de- fishing licenses. Thousands of
even when we have a few cold company has its usual towering red I fish after
nying vehemently that they' ever zens and visitors day s
the south ,
snaps. complained of treatment accorded and purple blossoms on day' without a license and while a I
I adjacent to the highway,
them at the hospital where their! xposure few of course are caught and forcedto
President Roosevelt complained and the flowers are beautiful Thisis
tha purchase one and pay court c osts,
noted babies are cared for, or
that--aifplanes kept him awake, so rather a protected location as the Ingredients of Vicks
number never appre-
were planning steps to obtain the greater are
their flying over D. C. has been tern- they flame vine on the fence is in riotous, hended. YepoRub in Convenient Candy Form
full control of their five babies.
porarily stopped until "silent areas" bloom now, too. The whole scene at-
Mr. and Mrs. Dionne, who were Personally I believe that if every-
can be established. We are not president tracts much attention from motor- VICKS COUGH DROP
peaceable, rather ordinary Frencl one who does any fresh water fish- .
should be done ;
but something ists and residents. .
Canadians, before the stork paid ing whether resident or non-resi- ;
about dogs in. our area. -
: them its sixth visit and left them in ;..NNN:NH 1 :..:N:..:NN. :..:NN:..:..:..:NNN:..:NN:..:N:. dent, in his own county or'any other ::N p:N N:N N:N:N N:N N N:N N N:.:N N:N:N:N:N N:N..:
the limelight, were guests of theat t_ 1 county, were required to pay the .
The indistinct but ever present ..
rical people on a visit to the United nominal fee of $1.00 a year for a New and Used
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line between what is and is not per I :_:: TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY :=: .t. -
States where they made tuee-a-day; state license It would bring In many ; t
the .. ..
missable in criticising court wa; i

defined a bit more clearly by Judge stage appearances. *: :;: times the amount now collected, and _:!:: FURNITURE :;::
Evidently not un
the Dionnes are i make enforcement_ a much simpler .
Browne of A newspaper, she < : '
like a lot of other people who goon < .. matter. t. .b.
says, "has the right to express: 3.

opinion on soundness of judicial de champagne their first suppers-orgy of and night what-not clubs,, yf All true sportsmen appreciate the :_: BELLE GLADE I_:t' .

cision but has no right to question They didn't' exactly remember what f BY l l't.;i; I necessity of regulation and conservation :
would object to
the motives of judge. Judge< and none
Browne's definition a is a help, but they had said during their spree. ; RUSSELL KAY =: paying a nominal sum to insure It. :*_: FURNiTURE COMPANY-. f:i:

the United States, livingin
Down in
,there are still people who will feel .. It Is just as fair to ask a man to :t: :X:

luxury compared to their former r . . . . . . : fish in'' his
that have right to .. .... .. pay a license to own Florida
newspapers a the couple en .N. 1.N HN. ,1.N.N.N.N.N. .iN.N H. 1N.N.N.N.N.N. ;? Belie Glade, *
humble existence,
bring to the attention of the reading county as It is to ask him to pay a .t. -.t

public any implications of motiveson joyed ranting a'little and complain Gilbert Leach, editor of the license to do business in the county, :;jp: Next/ Door To Theatre :j:
ing about this 'and that whe'i they burg' Commercial breaks into
Lees-I but the fee should be reasonable and
the part of judges and other : x
found people were interested in their general argument about fishing the penalty for failure to pay it :: N :N: :N:N:..:N N :M..:.j:
public officials. I N.N.N:N:N. :N:N:N:N:N:N:N N : : .
opinions and that their uttereuces fishing licenses with the suggestionthat

kept. them in the limelight. provision be made for the issuance ----.-----.
The first definite report of movie
Back in their familiar surroundings of "temporary" licenses, yyy oy TT TTT TY 00 TTY
activities resulting from. .the con-
? they probably see easily good for a day or week at a nominal
stitutional amendment exempting YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE
enough that a family of, five 9 her: rate..
moving picture companies from tax- Admit only clean, constructive news by reading -
children is enough of problem s
ation in Florida for 15 years was the It is a sane and sensible sugges- THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

announcement this week that two man on relief ,a: :;;short time ago, and tion and one that ought, to have I A Daily Netotpapcr for the Home
much trouble to '
will not give
studios will be erected in the Miami they careful consideration of .our law
It gives all the constructive world news but docs not exploit crim and
area. The American National Pic- those in charge of the famous quin- makers should they undertake to scendul, Has interesting feature pages for all the family on Women' .'
tuplets. Activities, Homemaking Gardens, Education and Books. Also pages for
tures, Inc., will construct studios revamp our conservation department the Children and Young Folks. Vigorous editorials and an Interpretation of i '
this spring, planning to make 26 The quintuplets, to a certain regulations. news in the "March of the Nations" Column are of special interest to men '

extent being commercialized Bu ------ - -- --- ----
pictures annually, or an average of Gilbert 'points out that hundredsof '
how else could proper care be taker The Christian Science Publishing Society
one each two weeks. British Cinema tourists who are in the state for One. Norway Street. Boston. Massachusetts
of five tiny mites of humanity? Ex- Please enter my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor for ti '
Studios, Inc., will establish an American only a brief period would'like to period of ,
cept for the timely intervention and l One year 19.00 Three months $2.23 ,
Studio at Opa-Lock, preparations and enjoy a day's fishing, but they don't' i Six month 6.50 One month 75o '
aid of benevolent government "
to begin in March. medical associations, it is doubtfulif feel justified in the purchase of a I Name............................................................ ..............

Dr. Dafoe could have found mon- full year's license for the privilege. Btreet.............................. ...........................................
QUINTUPLETS NOT THE FIRST? "How many tourists would play

ey for the equipment and materials City,................. ................. ..state.- .,............................
golf in Florida", Gilbert asks, "if
which made the difference between I '
Samplo Copy on Request ,
We were under the impressionthat life and death to the famous five.RAMBLINGS. they: were required to pay a full --,
the Dionne quintuplets were

the first on record, and probably __
that the word quintuplets was coin- 1 N:N:N N:N H N:N:N:..:N:M:N:N:..:N:..:ti N:N:N:N:N:N..:. I .

ed for their particular use. But it :'i.: :.i.: ,_ ..i..t. .

appears such is not the case. No, no, < t ..
Florida must let no one get aheadof .t. u

her, not .even in the matter of .. .t. -. ._.

multiple Canada, to birth the, record and this by state-40' years.beat .:N:N:N:..:..:N:..:N:N:M:N:N:N.M:N:N:..:t'..:..:..:M.N:N:N:1 ::1.i.: ...: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment =U; -

The Times-Union has gleaned the There certainly must be some magic .t ...

information that forty years ago, in to the philosophy: "That's whereit .;. {. :Y:: .:t.

1895, to be exact, quintuplets were is", as expounded by Sir Walter xx .;.X

born to a Mr. and Mrs' William the Haig, who at 43 staged a dra- .. .t. Y

Webb, then residing at Wauchula. matic if nonchalant come-back in .;. .:. h 5, y .t. .:..
t m,1y .t ..
What an opportunity for a pioneer Tampa winning the Gasparilla Open Y J ro Y; Y

Chamber of C Commerce, and championship from a colorful field Y Y Y
what a shame that Wauchula did of 115 leading amateurs and pro- Y'yy;' X

not capitalize the event! Oh,. well, fessional golfers of the country. xx

:we live and learn, and Wauchula is You may remember two weeks ago f f
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not the town now to let such an op- this column quoted Dinty's letter .:. .. .t. :

portunity knock in vain on her \door.. from '0. B. Keeler, in which O. B. .:. .t. I ..: ::: '
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The Times-Union is authority for summed up the philosophy of his ::. .t. ..S-.

the statement that official records friend, Walter Hagen. "It makes ':: .;. .t.':t::
, are still preserved at Wauchula of not the slightest difference, in the .:. ::: fi ::I.St .
the birth of the five children. The game of golf, or in the game of life, I :: .;. 4 :. .i.;:t:

statement also contains the fact that if bad play or bad luck puts you in i .i. ::: :s't' :-.:.

the ,,' bbs is and ..the only .t. :
were already parents of Dutch. The point .. .t. .t.

five children (so were the Dionnes)' I point, that is, where you play the :.::. i: n t .: ; :: .
one a pair of twins and one set of next shot from." That is where it :t: .

triplets. is, said the Haig probably, as he :'i't: f'. .f. :s': ...
: ;
F' J
Twins the first time triplets the approached the 17th tee on the last 't' .t. ..
/' second, quintuplets, the third time, eighteen, needing, if you please, two 't.'t. .t..t. .t. ...
..' .t.
.: and if ,the Wep'b's became patents> : birdies on the remaining two holesto 't. .t..t' .t.

.,., again, we hope the enterprising win. "That's where It is", he re- .t.YY.:. ,;. w I Y.. .t.

.: Times-Union will discover it for us. peated when his drive arched up till o.: :t: N,, .t.: .;-
; .:. .
.t. ,
It found the green, but was 45 feet .:. .;. '1 :t: .t.

: CEASE FIRING -- from the pin. Nonchalantly, while .i. .. .t. :::
.t. .. .. :

I :.'.- The special-importance- of the en- the the crowd 45 foot held putt its for breath the, required he sank ::: :!: "' .,. 'r ,< /' } .,' .: .:: : :%;: :::: *.,

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j\\_ suing twelve months of preventing birdie .t..:. .:.. ." ,. '. .. .":,'.;;;;:. ".'."''.' ...f.....7 ;;?... .,,-.>..-ti',0: ? .t. .t.
if.'t { t
: woods fires is set forth' in an editorial The final hole brought even more .:. .:. I '+:.'.-I--">,. ... '.-, : .it \t':> [.' :f; -s: ..t s.

r recently published in the Tame thrills. His 230 .yard drive was OK, f .i. .t. :::

pa Tribune. It Is well worth the but the next bounced off a tree and ..?. Y Y :t. ::.

r;? con''deratI m of all interested! in rolled into a bunker. "Lost cause", v t

the preservation of our pine woods said the followers of the veteran, :: :: Pay The Balance Like Rent :;: : ,

and perhaps our greatest natural re- but "That's where it Is," thought _

: source." The editorial follows, : sir Falter, and he chipped a lovely :'i"!: ::: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEVISTON'HOMES :%: :_::

"Burn a pine forest any' time >hot that landed three feet from the
within the next 12 months and you pin, and sank the putt that mado it HOME. :!: :

are taking bread out of children's' his second birdie and won the Gas-

mouths.' This startling declarationwas Barilla and $700 first prize money.I U:_: Clewiston Home Building Association H_ ::

made by Dr. Charles H. Herty, wasn't_ the $700 that was important -

celebrated research chemist, who, but the tourney is the first
:: :: t
added that just as burning forests uajor tourney won by Sir Walter in I ..;. ..:. PHONE 102 :: :.t::

causes untold lossr .their preserva two; years. Walter Hagen is no long ..:. S

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/NMN: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :NNH:N: Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Allen of Ros- ms. POOLE ENTERTAINS HER MOVIE COMPANIES LOCATE I J.
? elle, New Jersey, and Mr. and Mrs. BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYThe -:

:;!: Personal Mention :;: Denzil A. Right, of Washington, D. Miami, Fla. (FNS) ,-Two movie I Counselor and
Attorney at Law
.: .:. C., were weekj-end guests of Mr. Bridge Club met at the home companies plan to locate In Miami i j
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. and Mrs. R. H. Collins. of Mrs. Grover C. Poole for its reg the Herald announced this week. I Hopkins Building ..:

._, M.. Victor Blate spent Wednesday ular meeting Wednesday, the meet- Construction Is expected to begin Wednesdays and Saturdays -
in Winter Haven. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Christopherhave ing date having been changed to shortly on a studio to be occupied by 9:30 to 4:00
,1 returned to Clewiston to make Wednesday afternoonfj. American National Pictures, Inc.,
L. A. Turner was a business visitor their home Mrs. Christopher is An extra table of players was Invited and plans are underway for the pro-

in Okeechobee this week. staying at the Inn and Mr. Christo- honoring Mrs. E. R. Bumgarden duction of 26 films annually.The .

4 pher is on the Welatka.: who is the guest of Mrs. Gayle British America Cinema Stu- ESTIMATES
Joe Kahn of Pahokee was a business McFadden, and a group of tea guests dios, Inc., which purposes to, pro- REQUEST
visitor in Clewiston Monday. Colonel and Mrs. E. R. Dent, of gathered in honor of Mrs. A. J. Law- duce pictures for British screens .

Baltimore and Captain H. Kramer ler. has selected a location at Opalocks. I C.: E. STEBEL

-Mrs. F. D. Duff returned froma Jacksonville, all U. S. Army engineer High score prize was won by Mrs. Efforts will be made to interest oth-,, ,

week's'visit in Palm Beach Friday.Mr. officials were visitors in Clewiston Robert N. Smith, low by Mrs. C. W. er companies in locating here. Electrical ContractingPHONE f
for several days over the week-end. McDonald, cut by Mrs. Mark Law-

and Mrs. C. W. McDonald ler. Mrs. Bumgarden and Mrs. A. J. 2121 '
Paul Irons the week-end In
were visitors in Fort Myers Tuesday. spent Lawler received guest prizes. PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
St. Petersburg. Mrs. Irons, who has
Snake's Bite Deadly
Playing were Mrs. Dave G. Alston,
been there since Christmas,
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Smith of At- visiting Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs C. W. McDon- file niniuba Is murk more IlCit fw lIIOU"I Agent for

'. Manta were here for a few days this returned to Clewiston with Mr. ald, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. than! the( rnII If'slIIike. II Inhabits GENERAL ELECTR'CREFRIGERATORS'
Irons and is making her home at
_i :week. Ivy M. Pafford, Mrs. Fred I s ingles and swamps( In South Amerlrn
the Inn.S. R. Maxwell, Mrs. G. B. although% It Is found elsewhere. Along RANGES AND

Mrs. Tod Fulmer and son Tod, of h Thomas, Mrs. H. O. Peters, Mrs. E. Thin( snake which 'coils Itst-ll APPLIANCESFUNERAL
Jr., spent the week-end visiting In T. staff of the R. Bumgarden, "Mrs. Gayle McFad- about hranc-lips of irees. It darts. at

Tampa. Engineering News-Record, monthly I den, Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mrs. W. ihe i.nwarj passerby( lIke a Mash Its!! .
journal of the construction industry, W. Perry. Tea guests included Mrs.A. hire Is I' poisonous rliuf death quirk -

&.- Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Poole, 'Spent week while several days in Clewiston the Lake this J. Lawler, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, !Iy follow ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+<
-' and'''son, John, spent the weekendin on a trip over Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Olin Car-
Okeechobee levee and flood control :
Miami.v. leton, Mrs. J. W. Moore, Mrs. R. H. EVERGLADES

project. Collins, Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. Fred NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR i :i= | '
Fred L. Williamson of Fort My Nebiker, and Mrs. A. V. Southard TAX: DEED
Blaine McGrath secretary of the y
ers was transacting business here V -
,yesterday. Fort Myers chamber. of commere, BRIDGE HONORS GUESTOF NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' ::: HOME I:;:
.. was in Clewiston Wednesday and I That E. B. Butler, holder of TaxI V
was guest speaker at the Kiwanis MRS. MCFADDENMrs. I Certificate No. 1116, 5th day of Y I
Mrs. M. W. Blanton of LaBelle
Club in the evening. He remained Sept., A. D. 1932 has filed said :f: Licensed Funeral Directors :$
WAS'a business visitor in Clewiston E. Reid Bumgarden, who is I certificate in office and made f'
my ap.
overnight and attended a waterways I :f: and Embalmers :$:
J erday. meeting in 'LaBelle Thursday morn- the house guest of Mrs. Gaylo Mc- plication for tax deed to issue there .;. 0 .'. '
I Fadden, was honor guest at a bridge on in accordance with law. Said cer. I I : Ambulance Service :;
H ing before returning to his home. :: ;
Mr. and M. Crouch and I given yesterday afternoon by Mra. scribed property situated in Hendry f
I ?
t'J:; }' :31. i... Cooker were visitors in Palm Mark R. Lawler and Mrs IR. N. County, Florida to wit: s
Mr. and Mrs. 'C. E. Robbins of ::
I L. Beach Saturday.Mr. Smith Mrs. Lot 3 Block 204 Cl wiston, I ; CLEWISTON, PHONE 328.:$
at Lawler's home.
Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. J. E. The assessment of .property V **
Beardsley and Mrs. L. H. Robbins | High score prize, a pair'of pic- under the said certificate was in the I ::: PAHOIO3E, PHONE 2301 :x::
and Mrs. Malcolm W. Biggwere tures, was won by Mrs. G. B,: Thomas G I s A
business visitors in West Palm Saturday.Richard They McMakin were, accompaniedby of Hinsdale, low score prize, a miniature ship name Unless of said, Coffey certificate shall be redeemed '...:,.:..:..:.: :..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..!.

Beach Saturday.Mr. Ill., who is visiting In Miami. Mr. by Mrs. Lockhart, and cut prize, a according to law, tax deed
McMakin a nephew of' Mrs. Beards- flower pot, by Mrs. Trainor.: A nov- will issue thereon on the 2 day of

and Mrs. Sam Berry and ley, is a pilot of the United Air 'elty hearth broom was presented. to March, A. D. 1935.
daughter, Jackie: visited relatives In ., Mrs. Bumgarden. Dated this 22 day of Feb., A. D.
Lines and one of the youngest- 1935. You Wreck 'Em
Pahokee Tuesday. Invited for bridge were Mrs. V. A.
censed transport pilots in the United (SEAL) WILLIAM T, HULL,
Allen, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. G. C.
States.A Clerk Circuit Court, We 'Em
Mrs. J. H. Pomeroy has returnedto Poole, Mrs. W. F. Simpson Mrs.J. :Hendry County Florida -

Clewiston after a two weeks' visit large number of out-of-town t W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. O. Peters, Mrs. .
in' Fort Pierce. visitors have taken advantage of the i I Wilfred Lockhart, Miss Dorothy No. 54-Feb. 22, loch 181522. FENDER WORK
Lockhart Mrs. A. O. Ward C.
of ,
last days of the grinding season I
Edith Lewis of West Palm Beach the U. S. Sugar Corporation to make ,

spent the week-endin', iston visiting the visitors' trip through the sugar M. McFadden, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, FOR RENT Furnished
Ann Pafford."Mrs. house. Among those registered at I!Mrs. G. B. Thomas, and Mrs. J. E. Done by An Expert

'- the. Clewiston Inn who remained overnight -' Beardsley. Tea guests 'were Mrs. L. 6 and bath Courteous Service

Leah Spicer visited her on their trip to Clewiston H. Robbins, Mrs Olin Carleton, rooms over Work Guaranteed.

I daughter, Miss Betty Spicer, in Miami were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. 0'- Mrs. A. J. Lawler, Mrs. Fred Neblk- Democrat Office. Prices Reasonable.

over the week-end. Clare of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. .T.I I er and Mrs. M. P. Peterson.1ST .

AngAngelsoke, of Los Angeles, May be divided into two
Mrs. Gayle McFadden' and Mrs. E. C. W. Clark of Tampa, B. I GRADERS_ ENJOY PARTY AS PlbNEERService
"Reid Bumgarden were in H. Greenlandof WINNERS OF P.-T. A. CONTESTMiss
visitors F. Boone of Miami, E. apartments. Apply at Station ..
Fort Myers Tuesday. Orlando, Henry Smith, D. G.
'.> Greene and L. E. Greene of Conners- Mae Drew and members of Democrat Office, Moore BELLE GLADE PHONE 10
Mr. and Mrs. D. C.. Settle of "ille, Indiana, H. M.. Hutson of West the Parent Teachers Association en- Wrecker Service at All Hours
:Moore Haven were guests jpt friends Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. [ tertained the, children of. the first Haven

here Wednesday evening. Megutar of Winter Haven, Joe B. !I grade Friday afternoon after school, I

Terrell of Atlanta, W. R. Eves, Jr., I the party being given as a prize in

.:';i\ Lieutenant R. Selee left Tuesday of Orlando, D. F. Taylor of Tampa,;I i I attendance P.-T. 'A.Jennie'. contest conducted by the I..-................ ...., ......-......... ..................... ......'\.-......'"-...",.'0;."". ........ ......'..-...._......;.""....................."....-.;"".ft.................
for a short visit to Benton, Maryland : Mrs. Demara, Miss Thillson of Spelling _,
and Washington, D: C. Ontario, Canada, Mrs. 'J. Murphy -I Christman, Shirley Moon :;: HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW :$:
-- and and Alfred Akins won prizes in the I II ..
of Brooklyn, N. Y., Mr. Mrs.
C. C. House, of LaBelle, county E. 'M. Curtiss, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 1 I I pinning the tail on the donkey game. :;: WILLIAMS ICE.O-MATIC :|;:

I FERA supervisor" was a business Bigart of Lake _Ariel, Pennsylvania, Other outdoor games were enjoyedon :*: America's Most Economical Electric s:!$:
visitor in Clewiston Monday. and Miss Ann C. Wolfe of Scranton, the school yard after which the. 'f. .

Pa., Mrs. J. R. Cunningham and youngsters were given little airplanes :- : ::: Refrigerator ;

\iMf 'and Mrs. Lee Haygood of Mrs. Abbey of White Bear Lake, as favors and taken to the
.;. 'Can be purchased with no money down and as low as i::
Avon Park were guests of Mr. and Minnesota, J. Lee Smith' of Gaines- Lake Drug store for ice'cream.

Mrs. J. F. McLure Wednesday. ville, and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Blairof Attending were Alfred Akin, .:y:: $7.75 per month, :
I Bruce Beardsley Robert Edens, Carl
New Haven, Connecticut.
Mrs. Foster Meredith accompanied -: Freelund David Belcher, Kenneth ;::: CLEWISTON RADIO SHOP :

< .Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green of Belle I :MRS. A. J. LAWLER IS GIVEN Messer, Ray Young, Dean Holland, ;. Authorized R. O. A. Victor Sales and Service !
Glade on a trip to Fort Myers Sun- LUNCHEON PARTY MONDAYMrs. Berkley Ivey, Melvin Jones Billie .:-
day. 1 I Smith, Wilma Tingle, Margie Allen, ::: Clewiston Drug Co. Clewlaton, Florida :

r I II Ralph H. Collins was hostessat I Jacqueline Bledsoe, Geraldine Bos- .:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:.:..: :..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:.. .: :ww:..:.. :wwww:..:..:..:..:... ..:..:..:-.
I Miss Jane Wofford left Saturdayfor a delightful luncheon Monday well, Peggy Bussell, Esther Brewer,

her home in Washington aftera honoring Mrs. A.. J. Lawler, who is Marlene Carmack, Jennie' Christ- I

visit' ,with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rack- visiting her son; Mark R. Lawler I i I man, Ida Bell Collins, Nolle Geiger Janice : p M'*...*...*....*...*...*.**......*...*.M'*.**.*..*.*.....*...*.....;.:0.I '................................-....................................................11
straw.W. ., and family. I Mamie Johnson, Marie ,Moltz, I
The guests included Mrs. Lawler, I Norton, Nora Oglesby, Carlyn Selee, -

W. Liddell and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Moore, Mrs. L. H. Rob- ::Marilyn Scheetz, Cleo Scott, Mamie .i iy :

John B. Dotterer spent the week-end bins, Mrs. Wm. Cowart, Mrs. Wil Trice, Shirley Moon and George .S

:In Sarasota visiting Mr. Liddell's fred Lockhart, and. Mrs. D. J. Wil-;i Boulin.

mother. .. liams. I Ims. I II I HONOR ROLL I l i; CLEWISTON 6OLF.J. i

/2).. Miss Mary Bell Mainland of Oak BEARDSLE1- ENTERTAINSWITH I 2nd and 3rd Grades I '

:. Park, Illinois arrived yesterday for TEA THIS AFTERNOON : i

a visit with Dr. and Mrs. D. Jenkins Douglas Emanuel, LaDeen Peters, 'I .!
Williams.Mr. Mrs. J. E. Beardsley is entertaining Christine Reddish, Sue Von Mach, :, COURSE .j.

with tea this afternoon in honorof Jimmie Butler, William Willis,: .f. .

and Mrs. Dale Clark of Mi- her mother, Mrs. L. Hf Robbins Nicky SChitfli, Alice Akins, Fred I y

ami spent the week-end in Clew- who is spending the winter here. Gary. y.f.
iston visiting Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW The guest list includes Mrs. A. J. I 100 Percent in Spelling

: Sparks. Lawler, Mrs. Mark Lawler Mrs. I Lula Christman, Nicky Schiffli,

Olin Carleton, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Eugene McKenzie, Douglas Emanuel y I.ii I.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Nebiker, Mr. Mrs. I. D. Leydlg Mrs. I. M. Pafford, I Kenneth Miller, Jimmie Butler y_
and Mrs. Mark Lawler and Mrs. A. Mrs. G. C. Poole Mrs. G. B. Rack- William Willis, Billy Wright ''v _

J. Lawler visited the Singing Tower straw, Mrs.. Martha Ludekens Mrs. I Wayne McMullan Christine Reddish y

in Lake Wales Sunday.Mr. Wilfred Lockhart, Miss Dorothy I Betty McDuffie, LaDeen Peters -

Lockhart, and Mrs. D. J. Williams. Sue VonMach. I 4cn to the Public i

and Mrs. C. F. Trainor were. I LADIES AID DATE IS SET i .:
dinner guests Tuesday evening of FOR FRIDAY NEXT WEEK: TilE COMMUNITY CHUrtOII :: J :?
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dotterer, honor- Sunday, March, 3, 1933. I ; IL
ing Mr. Dotterer's birthday.. -- YX
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The regular March meeting of the S
Rev. D. Jenkins Williams, Minister : A.f.
Ladies Aid Society will be held on
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dotterer
Friday next week, instead of Thurs- 9:45 a. m. Sunday School.' .. .i.
leftV'ednesday; for Charleston, .!. '
day as is usual in order to coordi- 10:45 a. m. Junior Church. I
where they were called by the death .f. p-.
of an uncle of Mrs. Dotterer. nate the meeting with the Wbrld 6:30 p. m. The Pioneers Miss. Lock- .f. Hi'I
Day of Prayer. hart, Supt. I
.. The prayer service and regular 7:30 p; m. Evening Worship Sub { :
Miss Maxene Steel of Miami is a meeting will begin at the church at ject: Christ's Second Touch. :;: Moderate Green Fees I :
new stenographer In, the office of
3:30. Following the service there s
the making U., S.her Sugar home corporation.at the Inn. She is will' be social hour at the parson ST. MARGARET. MARY'S CHURCH .::: Exceptional Fairways i :!:

age with Mrs. D. J. Williams as. CATHOLIC

Mrs. W. F. Simpson hostess. :_:: Interesting Greens I ;:j jH f
Mrs. A. J. .--- Father F. J. Finnegan, Pastor .f. '.
r Lawler, Mrs. Olin Carleton Mrs.J. Mrs. H. Etherton and grand- Confessions before Mass. .f. II .:.f.A .
W. Moore and Mrs. Martha Lud- daughters, Joan and Phyllis Ether- Mass on Sunday .Morning at 8:30. v

k;; ekens Wednesday.were visitors in Moore Haven here ton, Sunday of Moore afternoon Haven, .were visitors Mass liokee at, at St.10:30 Mary's every Church Sunday., Pa-. I .. ..N.N..N......N..N..H.N..N..N..M..N..N.N..N.N..N..N.N.N.......N..N.N.N.N..M.N..-..N. .N. ...1...H..N..N.N.......N. .N, .N.N.N. ..N. .....

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and how are you getting on c h'f
ENOUGH with your courtship of the banker's
EAT / daughter?" asked Jackson.
111 The young suitor beamed happily
jtuJ..uj1t1II "Not so bad" he replied. "I'm getting
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\ 0J some encouragement now.
UII "Really," put in his friend. "Is she
beginning to smile sweetly on you, or
something?" ,
VA. "Not exactly," replied the young s: ,
man, "but last night she told me she -
J had said 'No!l' for the last time."-Answers -
Magazine.Poor. .. ..

"Uncle lose, your first wife tells me
you are three months behind with
You Buy CISARS- Ll SSEN- YEIYAM! YOU lifflhlIIIiITrP your alimony.: "
YoU GET WHAT lllT of' Do PO WITHOUT "Yes, jedge; Ah reckon dat's so, but { '%'k {3
--v/.PouT. you see it's jes dis way. Dat secon'
Vou WANT Ev.RYTHING ; wife of mine ain't turned out to be the

BUT YOUR VIFEI *UR WIPE worker Ah thought she was gwine to
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HELPS be. /-iJ.

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Willie had gone to visit his cousinin
I town.
M "These pictures," said the cousin
11 with an air of superiority, "are hand

I' painted."Well," what of it?" replied Willie.

"So's our chicken house."
I \ She Ought to Buy ,[
Customer-Can you guarantee this ",!

//JJI)))) anti-wrinkle Chemlst-\Iadllm.cream? It would smooth Anything you do with this design ,'"

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"W..tern Nsw--f: out corrugated Iron.-Pearson's Weekly. is smart, and you can do many things "
with it. Don't ;yon like it as it i\ :'
WAKING HOURS made of a crisp, fiesh little cotton? ,:
Now think of it in navy blue dotted
THE FEATHERHEADS By *-' .- voile with pleated net frills. Could g
Change anything be more charming? A sur- ; :
plice front is always one of the most .,r
Grumble-Grumble-BILLS-811,1.5- 11 YEAH-AND WHY NoT- becoming things a woman can wear, 'c

8ILLSG"rllhZ6eNO IDEA OF III A BIG\ HELP You ARE> // and the big levers make this one
MONEYGrumbPGranr6e'THERE J doubly flattering. The sleeves] are as _:'
graceful as can be, and the oil-pro '
lI portioned points at the front and
the back of the skirt: do the most
YOUA6AII4 Go '< Ij1IILULLLili1r.5boI4oo( _. for the "t :
; astonishing things figure yr'.' .
i'' shuY- i ..I IlI when it is a lit large. "
ii Pattern li00.is available in sfr.es' :.

i 34, 30, :38, 40, 42, 44 and 4G.(; Size
sab- "G takes 4H yards 30-Inch fabric. Illustrated ,""
I II slep-b --step sewing instructions ,
a :. )) included. '
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1 I Ssnd(. FIFTEEN CENTS (1'c;:; ) In
I coins or stamps (coins preferred) 0'j
\.l I "Does your business keep you awake j :Cor: this pattern. Write plainly name, 1 .:
nights?" I address: and style number BI3 SURE ;,
I "Never, but it would if I didn't keep TO STATE SIZE. '. ,y.

L mighty wide awake day time." Address orders to Sewing Circle ,"
Pattern:: Department, 213 West Seventeenth :; .
l : Findng: His Way' Street: New York. I. .;::'
Golfer (far off in the rough)-Say, "': "

[ ;fOFF \ OFTEt4-Sob-WONDER caddy why do you keep looking at
--AND NovJ I Ie your watch? OLD STUFF"I : (
({ HOW ,
t Caddy-It isn't a watch, sir; it's a --
THEY PON'f CHANGE So-Shi r- aST FOR compass. see."said Smith, "that a famous -':4: {

HELP TOWARD ME -1o L3 fQu Nl man has been saying that four hours .;i
USED To TeLL ME Call the Wagon sleep is enough for anyone." '
Fireman (to rescued who 1& "Pooh!1" said Brown. "That's noth.1 :
V ..ARNEDOR person "
HOW YoU -- fn ,
crawling back up ladder-Hey! What : rye a two-year-old boy at home
who knew that a "-El, '.....'
M --- are you doing that for? year ago. : ,&.
Rescued Person-I just love JumpIng 1'aso World-News. .:..

into the net.-Passing Show Maga "0'.:"
zine. Puzzled

"How Is jour boy Josh getting ;
(ts3/J That's Why along at college?"
"Georges comes troth a very poor "lie has us puzzled," said Farmer
family." Corntossel.. "He's a football player
'F "Why, they ,sent him to the university and also a female impersonator In T
i2/I 1 didn't they?" the dramatic club. We don't know \ ".,
"Yes, that's how they got so poor." whether to treat him like a rough-
1 neck or a lady."
WMI rn N wspap r1Ta oa -

I OR SOMEWHERE"What's Not About Trains, Though Successful Parent "'-
Stranger-How's your train serviceon "Do you feel that you are a suc- I
this lineaUveWell? cessful parent?"
!\ they advertise one "I do," answered senator Sorghum.
train a day-but you know how them "I have a son who knows more about
advertisements exag erate.-Patht1nd- politics than I do."
er Magazine. "How do you know?"
"He keeps out of It."

Quick Turnover <=*<=>
"Have you abandoned farms for Proof
sale?" ,Accused-But I say I did not do It. "Are you a friend of the family
teal Estate Agent: "1 will have one Judge-We have your fingerprints. "Yes, sir. I'm guarding the wedding
in about two weeks that I Just sold to Accused-The joke's on you, Judge presents for 'em while they're taking
Tom doing since he left of feeding the guests:'
Jones!" I wore gloves. care
college? ; I
"Wishing: he was back."
The Safe Side
Look. Don't Always Count"Dat's
Motorist-I'm sorry I ran over your I' '
de most patient mule ebber -
hen. Would n dollar make it right?
"Both your admirers are going to drew breff. 'armer-Well. better make it two.
the ball tonight; are "O\l'?" "He don1 look it." i I have a rooster that was mighty fond
"Not me; the one that can't dance "Well, he Is. I've known dat muleto of that hen and the shock might kill
wants to dance all the time, and the wait as much as 'leven hours fob a 1 him, too.-U. S. West Virginia Mountaineer -
one that can't talk wanrs to talk all chance to place one of his fancy .
1 kicks."
the time. .
a man is angry he tells you The Graceful Way
Smart Business Unnecessary what he thinks of you." "And while this senorIta was oJttlng
"Go and ask that fat old man It you "How do you like your new sister, "Yes, and when a woman Is angry, on my knee she asked me If I were
may clean his shoes for 2 pence." Tommy she tells you what she thinks of you going to marry her."
"But they are not dirty." "Oh, she' all right but there area and what everybody else thinks of "What did you do?"
"lie cannot see that." !lot of things we needed worse." you." "I filet let her down lightly"


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--- Has WonPopular
I years ago a region in Italy 1
FavorBy known as Llttpria was an uninhabited -

{ 1 swampland. The government has

) SUNDAY GRANDMOTHER CLARK since reclaimed it by draining the suthot.

: Lesson marshes and today It is all being rout '" a rt iy rei4 Y o eisea .

farmed, with 60,000 families livingon ,ulstc
t0cr tiSe spoteo
(By'"REV.' P., B. FIT WATER. D. D..'
It In modernfarm homes. b
Member of Faculty; Moody Bible LIt- npteieiieyea ,
Institute of Chicago: ) THINKS 1944 HENS toria was received Into the Italian
Western Newspaper Union.Lesson
empire recently as_ its ninety-third

for March 3 1

Expert Predicts Bigger and
.l '
:',' '., AND HYPOCRISY, Better Birds.By .

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Now Relieve Your Cold
., ,LESSON TEXT-Acts 5:1-11, 8:18-24. Prot W.' C. Sanctuary, Poultry Dept.
Massachusetts State College. '
i. ,
GOLDEN TEXT-Wherefore putting WNU Service.

away lying, speak every man truth The hen will live longer In
average It"For
with his neighbor: for we are'member e "Quick as Caught
'one of another. 'Ephesians 4:25. 1944 than the hen of today, and she i

PRIMARY TOPIC' -, Peter's. Friend will probably lay more eggs and be

Helps People. better looking. Progress which has Amazingly Fast Results
-' Stands for
JUNIOR TOPIC-Peter been made in the ,past ten years war- '& '
Truth and Honesty.INTERMEDIATE. } t l Remember Directions
rants predicting still more improvement -
in These PicturesThe
IC-The Sin of Lying. during the 'coming decade. Since -" Simple

1924, the average egg production "-
method here is
IC-Modern 'Forms of Hypocrisy. simple pictured
been Increased, egg size has been improved -
of the The tulip adapts itself so well to uf o the way many doctors now treat

'I. : 'Ananias ,and Sapphira (Acts and general appearance applique and quilting designs thatIt fe colds and the aches and pains colds
birds has been improved, as a result of m _
with them!
... 5:1-11). bring
: careful breeding methods. But while Is made use of quite frequently.
The new community formed after have been This combination, showing the en- It is recognized as a safe, sure

,: ,Pentecost, is now for the first time these progressive steps tire potted plant, gained popularity 1 Take 2 BAYER Aspirin Tablets. QUICK way. For it will relieve an
made, the death rate of laying birds Make sure you get the BAYER
cold almost fast
'called the Church. Since the Christians Immediately after it was released. Tablets you ask for. ordinary as as you
., has increased, until ,that Is the princI- it.
'have' now\ broken with Judaism Tulips In bloom always form a beau- caught.
pal problem facing the poultryman '
.' the success :of the new community de- tiful color scheme, and this tulip pot Ask your doctor about this. And

.. pends upon its gaining recognition. day. Is also brilliant .in prints and greem when you buy, be sure that you get,
.,. In order to develop birds which will'wear" ', the real BAYER Aspirin Tablets.
The'-"Chinch Is now superseding the applique. These stamped blocks are
longer, and stand the strain of They dissolve (disintegrate) almost ::
Mosaic It to be
economy. was now IS inches, and, twelve are required 1
heavy egg production, a program of instantly. And thus work almost instantly -
GQd's.dwelling_place, as hitherto It had for a quilt about 76 by 97 Inches, If (
for longevity is being offeredto ::;: them. .:
been In the Tabernacle and Temple. breeding = when you take And .
nine inch border and four
use a
) Massachusetts poultrymen. This Is you ,f for a gargle, Genuine Bayer Aspirin
\ Their sanctity was now being trans.I inch strips between blocks. Strips
the third in a series of poultry man- Tablets with and
i. disintegrate speed
ferred to the Church. This fact the and border widths can be changedto :
I 1 agement projects presented to poultry- completeness, leaving; no irritating ','
Church 'itself must learn a's vyell aa
make a quilt any size. o Drink a full glass of water. Repeat
the Jewish_people who surrounded It. men by the state college poultry de- .1 treatment in 2 hours. particles or grittiness.
Send 15c to our quilt department
I partment. The first of these was centered BAYER Aspirin prices have,been :,
I '1. Their :sin (vv. 1, 2).' It was a for one of these stamped blocks, No. I
: around producing healthy pullets decisively reduced on all sizes, so
hypocritical imItation of the generousact 9G-F and the
stamped applique
; the second was designed to keep : athere's no point now in accepting
of Barnabas (4:86, 37). Because pieces ready to be cut out., Work:
the pullets healthy In ,the laying other than the real Bayer article you '
of the particular distress, of the early is this up and see what a beautiful '
house. And now the third campaign
Church.follo"wing- open rupture with quilt can ,be made of this design. A '
to focus the attentionof
Judaism, its members for a time had being set of six blocks will be_sent for'75c, '.
poultry breeders'on importance .
a "community of goods." ,This was not postpaid. ,
of, selecting birds for their vigor, stamina .
universal nor permanent: Ananias Address, HOME CRAFT CO., i4.

kept back a part'of the proceeds from and longevity. DEPT. D., Nineteenth and St.. Louis >
Like other two this project Is
the ,
the sale of his land while "
pretending Avenue, St. Louis. '
with the college -
/ to have brought It, all. His wife. was co-operative in nature, Inclose a stamped addressed envelope If throat Is sore, crush and stir 3 ."

a partner in it. They wanted the offering all the available up-to- for reply when writing for : 3 BAYER Aspirin Tablets in a third PRICES Genuine Bayer Aspirin
the subject, with I of a glass of water. Gargle twice. This
date on '
honor of without Radically Reduced on All Sizes
generosity payingthe any Information.Dr. eases throat soreness almost instantly.
the poultrymen keeping certain records
price thereof.
which will provide valuable data for
2. Their 3-10).
judgment (vv.
further study of the problem.' Pierce's Pellets are best for liver,
Physical death "vas visited upon An. bowels and stomach.,One little Pellet fora

*.anias and Sapphira for their sin. They laxative-three for a cathartic.Adv.Love How Calotabs Help NatureTo

__ lied to the Holy Ghost in keeping-back Scalding Is Replaced by

part'of the p"rice$ of their land. They ,ImperativeIt
Wax in Poultry DressingHow
-;- Throw Off Bad Colda
were not obliged to sell their land ,or, is Is a mere miserable 'solitude to a

'--' Laving sold it, to bring a'ny'of their that attractive appearance
given roasters by the modern poultry want true- friends, without which the Millions have found in Calotabs a 1 Second, Calotabs are diuretic to the :'
and it In the
place common
money dressing establishment Is explained by world is but a wilderness. most valuable aid in the treatment. kidneys., promoting the eliminationof
.fr fund. People today are walking In the of the Little do men perceive what solitude of colds. They take one or two tablets cold poisons from the blood. Thus
Prof. E. .1,. Dakan, chairman
I : ,way ofAnaniasand Sapphira when the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double of
.....,, of Ohio State Is and how far It extendeth; for a purpose
I : ,:' ; they make a profession of Christianity poultry department third or fifth night if needed. a purgative and diuretic, both of
crowd is'not' and faces are
for temporal gain and pleasure. university. company, How do Calotabs help 'Nature which are needed In the treatmentof
but a 'gallery of pictures, and talk
throw off a cold? First, Calotabs are colds.
Preaching the sermons of Moody Recently, he explains, a new system
of the mod- but'a tinkling cymbal where thereIs one of the most thorough and dependable Calotabs are quite economical;
has been Installed by
Spurgeon, etc., without giving credit many no love.-Francis Bacon. of all intestinal eliminants only twenty-five cents for the family
.fJ Is another form of this evil God is ern plants. The chickens: are no longer thus cleansing the intestinal tract of package ten cents for 'the trial

.....: passing judgment upon many for their scalded to loosen their feathers. the germ-laden mucus and toxines. package. (Adv.)

sins of this kind (I, Cor. 11 :27-30). They are dipped in a specially pre-

,- ". 3. The, effect (vv. 11-16). pared wax.

,,', a. Great"fear 'came upon the Church The chickens': are .suspended, on a
and upon all who heard of, these thingsv. carrier and bled. The ,carrier dips "Simoniz Makes the Finish Last Longer".h

( 11). The Church should be regarded them into warm water to?"loosen their NASALIRRITATION Play safe! Simoniz your carl Don't let "finish

as holy because of Its being the feathers without injuring the flesh. rot" go on and on, ruining its beauty. Simoniz 1

very dwelling place of .the Most High ,Leaving the water bath:: the wIng.tail stops this,destructive decay. Makes the finish

God. Irreverence is an outstanding sin and other larger feathers, are, pulledas due to coldi.f last longer and keeps it beautiful for years. If g

of this age. ; the birds, are drawn along.: They your car is dull, first use the new, improved

b. Multitudes of men and women pass on through a drying tunnel Into Simoniz Kleener. It quickly restores the lustre.

were added to the Lord (vv. 14, 15). the wax bath leaving that to pass f Relieve the dryness and\

The fame of Peter was spread far and through cool air to speed hardeningof irritation Menlholatmn by applying night

wide, so that the people were anxious the wax. Girls standing by the car and morning. I I '

I ; .- to come under his shadow. The rier strip wax, feathers and all, as

proper recognition of the holiness of the chickens pass before them.

C rt the Church, the body of Christ, will
l bring many to Christ for salvation. The Rooster Problem Gives COMFORT D//y

, c. Hypocrites did not dare to join
Midwinter'Is a good time to 'consider
: (v 13). The vindication of the holiness
the rooster problem, says an authorityin
':I ., of the Church deterred none but the Rural New-Yorker. Too often To Help Build up Y oUt

hypocrites from joining. No unre-
the practice has been to keep the farm Strength and Energy
! generate person and nothing' unhallowed
poultry in just, one big, ,flock pullets, TAKESARGON GRAND OPERA
has any place in the Church.
I' old hens and rpost"ers all running to-
II. Simon. the Sorcerer (Acts 8:18-
24). gether. All eggs were gathered together -
I 1 1
I and some were pullet eggs, some
1. His wicked'request (vv. 18, 19). '
were hens! eggs, and. all were pore or / : 1e
When Simon saw that Peter's power
less fertile, since all the flock had been
\! to work wonders exceeded his own The Powerful InvigoratingTonic
running together and male birds were
and that this power was received
with all the layers. Such practice is no
through the laying on of hands he
longer excusable on the farm wherea IT ASSISTS NATURE IN r- I 1 /
offered money for the gift This act
serious effort Is being' made to improve CONVERTING FOOD INTO
: revealed his hypocrisy. He professed
the quantity and quality of egg
faith In Christ and was baptized, and
production and make better profit
even followed the apostles for a selfish BLOOD BONE AND MUSCLE.
.from .the ,poultry, side of the farm. .Eyery -Saturday,_ ,all._.-_*+NBC r. ri-_.-_.">statioris_...j .._. _
end. Traffic: In sacred tlTl.c A is called : AT. ALL GOOD DRUG STORES f -

I "Simony," from the name of fma! '90 A*rcerer. -

Making merchandise, of .Christianity Feather PullingFeatherpulling

is committing the same sin. pullets should be

Using the name of Christ for the purpose separated from the rest of the flock

of gain Is to be guilty of this sin I for a >ew days until they forget the

2. Peter's"' severe. rebuke (vv. I. habit. Keep the pullers separate

20-22). pens and feed them meat scrap to the

a. "Thy money perish with thee." extent of 10 per cent of their feed fora r- -

This Implies that Peter's Judgment was week, then reduce to 5 per cent. See

that Simon was unregenerate and that that the meat scrap Is absolutely free tSrJ-- .

be himself was In the way of perish of taint of any kind. The habit la

ing. common; where birds are housed too ;

b. "Thy heart Is not right In the closely and have Insufficient exercise

sight of God." One whose Inner, life to keep them busy. This Is a vice be-

,, -' delights In God could not seek the longing to Idle birds.Poultry. "v<*V ?*&* !

Spirit's power for ,selfish reasons.
'-'k C. "Repent ,of thy wickedness and Notes fcr* 25f

"7 pray to God for forgiveness." While .
During wet weather, hens should be
Peter ,
recognized that this man was
kept In the laying house until the aft-
unsaved, he did not regard him as beyond AND
ernoon, as most eggs are laid by noon TfI
: the hope of salvation but urged .:; NEW
or shortly thereafter. Poultry netting CAN'SO'
i him to turn from his sin and ask for
should be put under the roost polesto
forgiveness. y -
I prevent the hens from coming In }( :
I d. "Thou art In the gaIt"of bitter- JO
contact with the droppings. PEN
ness and In the bond of Iniquity." The .

i one and only thing for this man to do ..
Sunshine Is for laying
as necessary
J was to repent and sue for forgiveness.
Simon requested Peter's' prayer to the hens as.It. Is, for growing chicks be-
cause they use a large amount of vita-
end that he might escape divine Judg
ment. min D through weeks of Intensive layIng .


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. Prize Essays On Sugar Making carried grass hopper It up to conveyors a shute and and then they it ..yPI11ji

came down another shute and Is put
Now Feature of
into bags and sent to Savannah, a Regular

TUB MAKIXG OP' SUGAR a tractor to a loading station where I Georgia to be refined. This Paper. A Column by

55 By; GEORGE BESTOR. I they are unloaded by chains being I They gave me a bag of sugar andI 9*
(Senior High School) tied around the /ine and lifted out said thanks to our guide and came I
I back to school. ARTHUR
of the wagon by a light crane. It is
The cane is drawn to Clewiston t then dumped into a waiting railroadcar. !
from as far as Canal Point and Ben- It takes six or eight wagon MY TRIP THROUGH THE SUGAR BRISBANE -

bow. It is carried by Company trains loads to fill a car. All the cars and MILL
over the Florida East Coast Ry and engines which haul the cane belongto By JOHNXIE POOLE
the .Atlantic Coast Line Ry roads. the United States Sugar Companybut (Honorable Mention-: Grammar The Highest Paid Editorin

The cane is first weighed then put' the tracks on which these cars School)_ the WorldMr.
on a tipping table and tipped at an are hauled belong to the Atlantic
told that all the school ,I
angle of forty-five degrees. The cane Coast Line and the Florida East are I
children in the Clewiston School Brisbane's writings are more
is dumped on an endless conveyer Coast Line.
the Sugar Mill, read than those of
to through widely
were go any
which carries it under two sets of The cane is brought to the rear
revolving knives which shred the of the mill where it is dumped ontoan -the biggest and best factory in other editor of the present day. -

cane. I I! endless conveyor. Conveyor number Clewiston. The High school went To read what he has to say in

As the cane goes into the mill it J!i one carries it to conveyor num- first and then the sixth grade and his interpretative column, "This
1 fifth At last it was our time
goes through a crusher which ber two. While on conveyor number I I Week." is to keep in touch witha
At nine o'clock one morningthe
rollers. This crusher extracts about' two it is cut or shredded into fine to go. fast world.
big 'school bus took us over to ARTHUR BRISBANE1ate7 moving
fifty per-cent of the juice. J pieces by very sharp knives. The
ofi! the Sugar Mill. A. guide took ui Mr. Brisbane writes in simple
In every one-hundred pounds I cane js then carried through: a a
cano there is eighteen pounds of fiber -|[I crusher and six mills. By means- of through. First he showed us the of Psychology but striking style and in his com-
tanks where the hot water Is cool-
and eighty-two pounds of juice. 29,000 tons hydraulic pressure the Woman is ments on current events he displays -
prin.jinly: tin iiii "iaisci"us"urd
and used Next
ed again. we were
This juice is from six to fourteen crusher
extracts 45 percent of the
not consume intimate knowledge of
u :
showed where the cars are weighed hl'lllg. That Is an
percent sucrose. The rest of the juice juice. The bagasse, or pulp, of the I lei
and dumped. A drag belt carries why : nature Is so dirrcrc-nt! to the widest possible range of subjects
is dextrose and other impurI-
gums remaining cane passes through the
the cane into the mill, where eigh- f.itlmni.liy every woman appears exleptlonnl as well as the word masteryfor
remaining six mills. It is then car-
to "
ties.After teen big rollers press out the juice. herJ"'lr.--Wom n's Home which he famous.
it goes through the crusherit ried to the boilers and used as fuel. t'omnanlon justly
muck and dirt strained
Then the is
goes through a series of six ((6)) No coal, oior wood is used after
out of the juice. It is made clear be- We are pleased to be able to offer the
:Mills consisting of three(3)( the first cane passes through these
fore it is weighed. The juice is evap- Real Beauty Brisbane column as a regitltijcaturc(
each. These mills have an increasing mills.
is left. From the of this paper You ink enjoy it and
hydraulic pressure applied to them The juice from the first three orated and syrup That artist who says there Is no find it full of valuable information.;
until the last has nine thousand two mills is limed and pumped into the syrup sugar is formed, This is brown beauty In straight lines never has seen

hundred (9,2001b) pounds of Pres- heaters. It then goes to the primary sugar and put into 365 pound bags. a white sphere describing one Just -
Hot and added Then it is sent to Savannah Ga. and over second base.
sure. water juice are clarifiers (one Door and two Gil-
to aid in the extraction of juice. The christs) where the mud is allowedto made into white sugar. We enjoyedour

extracted juice is run through canals -I settle 'out. The clear juice is then trip and came back in time for ....,

under the mills and over a drawn off and weighed. From thereit recess. ..
strainer which removes the large goes to the evaporator supply

particles of trash. tank. Melpiny mitLions 3 FAMOUS MAGAZINES'' 1

After the juice is extracted from The juice from the last two mills

the cane the remaining fiber, called .I is pumped over the fourth mill. The END COLDS (A List of 22 to Choose From) _
bagasse, is taken by overhead con: fourth mill juice is called secondary I
veyors to the boiler room where it I' juice. It is limed and mixed with SOONER AND ; ,
is used for fuel. I the mud from the primary clarifiers -

When the juice comes from the heated and put into the second- : The Tampa Daily Times' "

strainer Milk of lime and soda ash ary clarifiers where it settles. The ,

.. are added. These are used to neutra- clear juice from these secondary P <.
lize the acid, in the juice and to clarifiers is pumped over the first ONE YEAR V V,; VV.

prevent fermentation. These chem- three mills, so that more sugar may '.
icals together with heat aid in the be recovered. from the fibers of the FOR A DOWN PAYMENT OF $1.00 '

removing of impurities from the I bagasse. It then passes through the I PLUS 15c WEEKLY

juice. primary process. The mud of the
After the lime is added the juiceis secondary clarifiers is pumped out

pumped to the heaters and heated of the mill into a field, later to be THIS OFFER OPEN TO OLD
to a temperature of twohundredand used as fertilizer. \

fifteen degrees F. From hereit 'The clear juice from the evaporator a AND NEW SUBSCRIBERS '

goes to the clarifiers where the I supply tank is then pumped up :
juice stays for forty-eight hours to the evaporators. It is boiled four srv ; See the '
I Regular Times Carrier or Write Main Office
(48) where the mud and impurities i times in the quadruple effect from '
for Details
are taken, out by precipitation. The [ 286 degrees Fahrenheit to 198 degrees -
precipitant ;s pumped through filter Fahrenheit under vacuum of

presses at a pressure of sixty pounds twenty-four inches. After being boil-

and the extracted juice together ed we no longer have a juice but a
with the clarified juice is weighedand syrup. This syrup is put into syrup 1\\1 fflaiiiiiiii J IIIIIIIIIIIIIIK1l lllllllIllllllrtJ\jIIII: I"qllll jl\'illllllltil'III )MIIIIIIIIII'11'! llllllll1li lIII"IIIIIII I '1IIIIIjIIIIIIIII'III/j! { IIIIIiIIl'II'!: ''TjcLuiI !'hf; lf "i I

sent to the evaporators. {storage tanks and later poured into I -r- -.

About seventy-five (75) percentof II pans. The syrup is taken into the .. .
the water in the clear juice is "Pan" under a different tempera- ,. .,, .
evaporated in the evaporators. Aft- I ture and the tendency is to crysta I ,, : ::. :;: ;. :; ; ;. 'C i'i7> J/ : y. ;
; .
er it comes from there the juice is lize. As soon as the first small crystal ;

known as syrup. is formed more syrup is added to
The syrup, is then taken to the enlarge these crystals. All of the I Newspaper;

Vacuum pans where further evap- syrup that is added does not cryst- Advertising

oration occurs. This concentration of I alize so that there is a massecuite, .

sucrose in solution causes the syrupto lor a floating body of crystals, and i

crystalize. After'' the pan opera- uncrystalized syrup. ,After the crys-
tion is finished the massecuite is' tals have reached a required size i

discharged into the crystallizers this massecuite is taken into the V : Is The Bestc"

where the grain is further built up. centrificials. These are fast rotating .. V
The massecujte stays here for a baskets made of brass screens. The V :
short time and then dumped into screens hold the crystals and throw I .z-

open vats to cool and allow the grainto off the molasses. .Then the crystals ?

grow larger. After it" is sufficiently are carried by a grass hopper con I {
cooled it is taken to a set of cen- veyor to a sugar bin where it is I I : i<; (
trifugals where the molasses is sub- weighed and dropped into bags .: .._ .. ', _
I .
tracted from the grain. These cen- which hold 325 pounds ,of sugar. '.' :',> ,' ;. .
trifugals revolve at one thousandone They are sent to Savannah, Georgiato -" : : :i' :.}S. .2" : '
hundred (1,100)) revolutionsper be refined'and :
sold as Dixie .' ; : :
minute. After the molasses is Crystal Sugar. 't' t -

taken out the sugar is, discharged The molasses thrown off by the i

into hoppers where molasses is add- centrificials is pumped into a large .'. 1.
Newspaper reading is a universal habit.r ,
ed again. This massecuite is again 1,000000 gallon storage tank, ,: ;

put in the crystallizers where the from where it is pumped into tank .\/ i .

grain is further enlarged. The mas- cars and sold. ji:
secuite is put in a second set of cen- 2. The "yi
I newspaper is eagerly welcomed into : :
trifugals where the operation is the ,- vg: '
same as the first set of centrifugals.After MILL: the home. : r'';
the sugar is taken from these .. I'I
though it goes to the sugar bin ; i
where it is' automatically weighed (First Place--Grammar School) I ',0",

and put into bags that hold three 3. Newspapers almost without exception -
hundred and twenty five pounds. One day a few weeks ago I made

From here the sugar is taken to a trip with my class through the I I refuse to take advertisements from fakers dishonest ;
Savannah where it is made into Dix- sugar mill. Our guide explained it -

ie Crystal sugar. all to us.First .
The molasses that is taken from I saw the spray pond. The I merchants or unreliable firms. I!

the sugar at the centrifugals is called water comes out of the mill and into I I H I 5.

black strap and Is, sold. for feed the pond. When the water cools off I r V ;_ .

for cattle. it goes back in the mill. It is used : V 4. The '
over and. over again. VV cost per prospect is less than any I II
SUGAR ;''FKO3I: OAXE TO RAW Then I went to the dump. First I other method. I -
IiUOWX SUGAR the cane is weighed in the cars thenit '
'toy "JIMMYHARRIXGTOX is ,taken to the dump. They turn I I II
(Junior High School) the cars half-way over and dump I :', .
the cane out into the dump. It is V : ;
I 5. Your advertisement
; appearing regularly
The process of making sugar cane carried, into the mill being cut up I'

to raw sugar Is a very interestingone. I' smaller as It goes along in:
One of the best examples in Next I saw the crushers that any newspaper prestige also V .

the United States is the sugar mill crushed all the juice out of the cane. -
at Clewiston, Florida. It is the biggest -,j Then I saw the mud being pumped marks your business as one of standing and k"\

mill in the United States for out of the juice. I .. I, .
producing raw sugar. The mill was I' From there I went to the juice S prestige. V _. I

first situated in the town of Hialeah'just scales and I saw the juice being

west of Miami, Florida. Later weighed. Then I saw the vaporizersand

it was transported to Clewiston. I I j crystlizers. The vaporizers are

All the cane is cut by negroes who to evaporate the water from the ,
later pile it in the wagons. These juice, and the crystlizers bOil It till I

wagons have tractor type wheels, it forms into sugar I

and are called "Athy Wagons." Next I saw the centrifugals and I ..' ,
Eight or nine wa ?ns hie\ hauled\ by they dry the sugar, Then I saw the aftiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMauniiiiiiiiovaniiw I III I I IUIII VIIIIIIIII! I 11li IIII tl lliI II II= IIIII II! I! !,!,,1111111II ,


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