The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00517
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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 8, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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1600 Attend Sugar Mill Begun Handicap at Golf Tournament CourseA I Captain Rube Perkins ToMarch .::,

spring ,handicap tournamentwas Appear Here 16

Dance On Friday Night matches underway being played with several this week.first :::4'I

in I' ,,
Rules are the same as the fall :
tournament and were drawn by the I .
committee. First made r -
GRINDING SEASON FOR Authorities on Shells by drawings, each winner advancing ,
to' meet the winner of the next '
'GLADES SECTION I Visit Here This Week bracket. ;' r'r I Thrills aplenty await visitors to (1'-

Approximately 1,600 people at- At the time of going to press, Clewiston next Saturday, March' :
',tended the harvest festival and I Shells and bone-formations which several matches were still to be 16, when a majority of local business .
'dance at the Clewiston Sugar House played. Results of those completedleft institutions combine to offer a
I have been unearthed in Lake Okee-
Saturday night, the gala event {'I I E. E. Kelly, Emmett Shelly, "Mrs. feast of bargains such as has not ;'
chobee by excavations and dredging
marking the close of the crop of W. M. Redelsheimer, Father Finne- been witnessed here in may months -i.
j in connection with the federal '
the United States Sugar Corp raHon. gan, F. D. Duff, R. T. Gibbens, andL. and at the same time present Capt. ''
The festival is an annual event. I flood control and navigation projectare H. Nash winners of first flights. Rube Perkins, entertainer extra or. ":?"

!Tlve _large. open warehouse space attracting attention from scien- A more complete summary of the I I dinary. ,_ ,'
tists 'and many of the findings here ,
on the ground floor of the milL was matches will be available for next '. The event is expected :to bring :
may prove to be of important scien- hundreds of visitors to the .
partially cut off by decorations of tific value..' week's issue.FLOOD: i city. ::1
:palm leaves and other shrubbery. Known Throughout South _"
I Dr., Eugene N. Gudger, assistant
of colored lights and Perkins shown in ad. '
Festoons curator of the American Museum of Captain the .
streamers of gaily tinted papers Natural History in New York, and CONTROL JOB joining column in the blindfold he :.t:
were caught from the four walls to Mrs. Nelson R. Perry and Miss Margaret -' uses for his stunts, is making his ,'

a .c: ntral point of the room and Storey of Sanibel Island, were appearance in Clewiston after ..:-;
.r-;_ "fo riled a vaulted ceiling for the I years of successful performances, in
I in Clewiston for a few days the first WILL BE FINISHED BY 'ci' ;
't..., dance" floor. of the week and visited the levee to i }:4- 4 Florida, Texas and other southern. 7.
A vJatform was erected against states. .
pick up shells for inspection and i
one' wall for the orchestra and splendid _classification.Dr. I 1937 SAYS YOUNGIn He is a former Texas ranger, cowboy .,-1,
music for dancing was provided Perry' is a conchologist and CAPT. RUBE PERKINS and soldier of fortune, who won

by Bill] Doherty's' orchestra from is considered an authority on shell his rank of captain in the Worldwar. '

Palm Beach., The program began at I formations. She spends, each season making announcement of the I ,0I
7:30 with the serving of a' barbecue approval by the Chief of Engineersof I Ladies .
at Sanibel Island, where she main-, Night Observed Will Drive Car ;
supper. The menu of barbecued tains a winter homey largely for the' the program for completing the I All of the stunts of his spectacular -
pork, Brunswick stew, pickles, beautiful and rare shells to' be foundon Caloosahatchee river portion of the By Kiwanis Club exhibition will be performedwhile
bread, ice cake and coffee
cream $15,000,000 Lake Okeechobee.-Ca-
the Sanibel Beach. She and Miss 3aptain Perkins' is tightly
was served, by scores of attendants Storey haVe made two trips here this loosahatchee river improvement blindfolded. Driving a car, he will
to several hundred people. the Dr and Mrs. George C. Williams I
project "by federal governmentA.
winter in connection with their hob stop at the stores of various merchants -
Admission to the festival this by. \V. Young, secretary' of the of, Ithica, New 'York, who""are spend- I in the city, call bargains, and
year was by courtesy tickets which Mrs. Proctor, widow? of one ,of the Okeechobee Flood Control district, I ing the winter: in Miami will* be present' mystifying feats.
had previously been issued, to all expressed the opinion that the en-' guests at the Kiwanis Ladies Night
members of the firm of Proctor and ,I Captain Perkins will also walk
employees for themselves, their Gamble, famous manufacturingfirm tire job will be finished by July 1, ''I next Thursday evening, March 14th. blindfolded' around the edge of the
wives: and sweethearts. Courtesy 1937.A The meeting night is being set up to
drove over from her winter roof of one of' the town's tallest
tickets were also presented to the I home at Palm Beach to join Dr. meeting of the board of commissioners -! Thursday as more convenient for the buildings, hurdling objects in his
U. S. Engineers and to others in I of the flood control district visitors. -
Perry and Dr. Gudger in their search path and risking his neck in non
the section by the company committee has been called for March 30 ,
this week. Mrs. Proctorhas one of Dr. Williams, who is connected chalant manner.
in charge of the festival arrange-: the most extensive and valuable private in Tallahassee to certify the 1935 with Ithaca College, an institution Clewiston is prepared to wel.

ments. collections of' shell in the Unit- tax roll to the _county commissioners -) specializing in music, drama and come the many visitors from surrounding -
The crop brought to a close by the ed States.: 'of the counties comprised in the physical culture, will give a fascinating communities and to offer
cessation: cf grinding Friday night district. The roll will total $224,000, and interesting lecture
Shells found on the Lake Okee- them both entertainment and. exceptional ;-
I: was very successful" in the light of chobee levee are important clues to the same as last year. I I "Laughter." This lecture was given buying values. .
the December freeze which practic- the age of the Everglades terrain Plans Approved i by Dr. Williams as a guest speakeron

ally ruined every growing "crop, in and are valuable from a scientific Secretary Young revealed that_ Dr., Everett Smith's Sunday night Oddities of Science
the state. The sugar crop of the Everglades standpoint. The levee constructionhas plans and specifications for one section radio hour about a year ago, and

is the only crop to provideany unearthed shell formations that of the Caloosahatchee river! the local club has been trying to Presented at ChapelThe
harvest following the work have been approved and that
freezing have been buried under water for arrange a meeting at which Dr. Wil-
weather, which was almost unparel- hundreds of thousands of years. the War department will call for liams could repeat the lecture for
Isled in this section. Scientific interest in the formations bids as soon as funds are made the Kiwanians and their ladies. Chemistry Class of the High
..:: The'mill operated at capacity for will increase and the section available. The entire program includes Rev. and Mrs. Nevin H. Schaaf of School, under the instruction'of B.
two and one half months after the will be visited frequently by thoseI I the dredging of a navigation Coral Gables are expected to accompany E. Herring, presented one of the

freeze and several new production I I to whom the findings are of value. .l and floodway channel and the construction Dr. and Mrs. Williamshere. cleverest of the educational chapel
records were set during the time I of a lock near Ortona. Rev. Schaaf supplied the pul-' programs of the year to the assembled -
when every possible means was usedto I The'plans already approved are pit of the Community Church for High School Monday morning.
speed .up the production of raw Mrs. Maxwell Recovers for dredging Division 7, extendingfrom two months in the early fall and will Taking part in the program were

5ug'ar. the combination, hurricane be heartily welcome on his. return, Bill Cowart, Pat McGehee, James
From Recent
The January \production of the Poisoning gate and lock, structure at Moore next :week. Winn, Jimmy Hall and George Best-
sugar ,house is the greatest monthly Haven to Lock No. 3 near Fort or. The mysterous appearances of
grind in the 'history of the mill, a Friends of Mrs. F. R. Maxwell are Thompson, Young said. Plans and smokes, explosions and varying' colors -
total of 132,000 tons of cane passing glad to learn of her rapid recovery'specifications for Lock No. 2 near were a delight to the pupils in
through the mill which has a daily, from an attack of poisoning Wednesday '.:Ortona also have been completed KIWANIS CLUB WEDNESDAYDr. the audience.,

capacity of 4,000 tons, the actual I afternoon. Mrs. Maxwell and were to be sent to the; chief of The program included formationof
tonnage ground exceeding the arn-" [ drank from an unlabeled bottle,' engineers this week, he stated. Trte J. "''''. Ezelle spoke to membersof smoke by rubbing hands together,
'ount which ,is considered capacityof thinking she was 'taking a sedative!; U. S., engineers ,office is now work- the Kiwanis Club at their regu- changing colors of liquids by combinations -
the mill by 12,000 tons. J Uo ease the pain from having hada ing on plans and specifications for lar weekly meeting at the :Watanabe of acids and bases, making

Although sizeable crews 'are' maintained : tooth pulled during the day. The,I dredging Section No. 8 extendingfrom ; Hotel Wednesday: evening on the 1 milk from water, an exploding ham
'during the growing season liquid proved to be a preparation Fort Thompson to, Fort Myers topic Fake Dentifices. mer, water changed to wine, formation -
for maintenance of drainage' opera- intended for use in a fire exting I and'these will be forwarded to the II An impromptu one minute speech I of smoke and fire, trick matches -
tions, and for cultivation of crops, ui3her. For a few hours Mrs. Max-I chief of engineers within the next from members on an assigned sub-I disappearing whiskey chemical
a large portion of the three thousand well was in a serious condition, but 30 days, he said.-Palm Beach ject brought more merriment to, the I I ice and the making and testing of
employees of the corporation is her recovery following medical I Times. audience. I[hydrogen and of oxygen.
released for other employment. j treatment, was rapid. I ,
Dr. Bourne Guest At '
!Fair In Pahokee Mar. 18-21 I

Frost Flying Saves Bean Crop Promises : Fraternity.Instalation Everglades
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Will Be Biggest Ever Held In Glades
Solution To Cold Wave Problem In Slate
I Dr. B. A. Bourne, head of the research -----
---- I laboratory of the United The office of the Everglades Fair than heretofore due to great amountof
Ft. Laudedale-FN5)-LeonG.( ) grees and by stirring up this warm'I State: Sugar corporation, was one I located }in the Sales Rooms of the money being offered for premiums. -
Arpin of Ft. Lauderdale who has air and pulling it down he saved of the guests at the ceremonies in B. Ellictt Ford Agency, Main Street, The Krouse Greater Shows are
b tpe on the problem of protecting both sides of ', this particulartract the Florida Alpha chapter of Phi daily, and rapid strides are West, Florida, and will be ready to
,I t 'ldcr crops from cold damage by were completely destroyed Beta Kappa at Florida State Collegefor 'being made in producing this year's open on Monday afternoon, March
rt!plane has perfected, a method when the rising sun melted, the frost Women in Tallahassee this week. fair-the largest ever held in- the 18th. Mr. Krouse this year will pre
fgiich on tests has proven so successful and ice on the plants causing themto Dr. Bourne is a member of Phi Everglades. Mothers are entering sent eight big beautiful riding devices -

that he has organized an Agricultural wilt and burn. Beta Kappa, honorary scholastic fraternity :- their babies in the Baby Parade and ten high class shows consist
Air Service with a fleet Arpin flew low over the field just" : which numbers among it1 Pageant which will preface the openIng ing of Rilley Wild Animal Circus,
of planes at his disposal preparedto before sunrise and warm air sucked members outstanding men and women of this year's fair on Monday, the Dark Town Southern Minstrel
offer protection to Florida grow- down by the propeller of his plane of the nation. Membership in March 18th., and candidates are en- troupe, the freak show presentingfreak
ers of fruits and vegetables in saving proved sufficient to save the entire I this organization universally considered rolling rapidly in the Goodwill' Am-; attractions from the four cor-
their crops from cold and frost crop which came through without the highest scholastic attainment bassador election-- which will terminate ners of the world, Sally Hand, the
damage when temperatures reach I the slightest damage. possible fox undergradu I at the close of the Fair on famous fan dancer and her bevy of
0 ? dangerous, point. Growers in the Canal Point Section -I ates. [Thursday, March 21st, with a color- beautiful girls in a musical comedy
' In his early experiments Arpin ,are enthusiastic over the results The installation at Florida State ful coronation ceremony depicting a production, the Motor Drome Show
employed a smoke screen which was obtained and are, contracting College for Women is an honor for scene' from the Court of 'St. James. featuring riders on perpendicularwalls
laid down over the fields to be pro- with Arpin'or.. theprotection of the institution, which is the second The candidate elected Goodwill Am- of death, the monkey circus
tected and while this proved effec- II their bean fields whenever cold womans college in which the fraternity bassador of the Everglades in addi- featuring educated chimpanzees and
'' tive it was discovered that protection damage threatens. The service as has established a; chapter.The tion to the single honor will be presented monkeys of all types performing

.,, was not dependent on the smokescreen : p'novided growers through the Agricultural fraternitYmaintains such a high I l with a gorgeous Solitaire Diamond marvelous feats. These are but a
but was due to the fact that I r Air Service is inexpensive standard that' few 'institutions can ring. Both of these contestsare I few of the mammoth shows that Mr.
the air ,,5 feet above the ground is.I and gives promise of solving for all meet their r requirements' for a chap- open to everybody in the Ever- Krouse has assembled this year
17 degrees warmer than on the time, the trying problem of crop loss ter. glades. for your pleasure and entertainment.In .
ground and the action of a plane's I through cold and frost. In his ex- Dr. and Mrs. Bourne returned Space in the Merchant's Manufac- addition high class deathdefyingfree
propeller in drawing this warm air I jperimental work Arpin has contracted Wednesday from a two day stay in turer's exposition departments are acts will be presented after
[ down to the surface serves to afford with local growers for a percentage the capital city. selling rapidly and many beautiful noons and night on the midway.
;\ ample protection. \ ot the crop saved and the plan exhibits will be scan this year In More money is being spent in every
Working on this theory ArpIn reCEntly -I has worked out a most profitable V. H, Petronanci C. H. Giroux, these departments. Practically all department than ever before.
t flew over a 60-acro bean field J one for both grower and the Air Washington. D 0, were In Clewleton epACe In the auto show has been rd. Miss Edith Y Barrus: County
,at Canal Point Just bsforo dawn I Service, elnee crops saved at such few days the first of t the served, This- year the farmers are Home, Demonstration Agent) prom*
I vhc-u the temperature W2.1 de- tlmetj always command a high price week S also!:! taking a much more active ,part (CQ11.1Iuued OUt Page: ; ait


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utes behind the trading. Railroad OERMANY'S reply to the Anglo- I ANCIENT RABBIT HAIR

CURRENT EVENTS stocks were particularly strong In view French proposals for a European BRISBANETHIS Hairs from clothing] worn by people
of the decision which held the carriers security pact was not very specific but inhabiting the Southwest more
would not be obliged to liquidate their "welcomed the spirit of trustful discussion than fifteen centuries ago were recently .
obligations In the new currency at the between the individual govern Identified as those of rabbits ..
PASS IN REVIEW present price of gold. Had an adverse ments" and promised that the relch WEEK. by a biologist of the bureau of bio- -
decision been handed down, a number would examine thoroughly "the whole I I logical survey, co-operating with the
of the country's strongest lines would document concerning, the European Museum of Northern Arizona at
have been forced Into bankruptcy. questions contained in It." The note The Gold Decision Flagstaff. The hairs, for the most!
I' ADMINISTRATION GOLD LAWS declared the air agreement might be Beheading Women part in a good state of preservation,
SUSTAINED BY DECISION OF D R' F. E. Townsend of California, one step toward solution of other prob- were obtained from a "Basket] Marker -
Murder With Germs
SUPREME COURT.By whose pension plan for the aged lems, and promised that Germany ,II" burial cave In northeastern .
has gained the support of many thou would examine the question of how to The Atom. Absolute Zero Arizona by the 1934 Rainbow Bridge-

EDWARD W. PICKARD sands of thoughtless citizens, went avoid the danger of an armamentsrace. The Supreme court upholds the Pres- Monument Valley expedition. The :.\
Western Newspaper Union. before the ,senate finance committeeand No mention was made of the Ident and congress in their legislativeand biologist reports that they differ little -
tried to explain how the government I proposed Danubian and Eastern pacts.It executive action from those of the present-day
PRESIDENT could get out of Its economic was believer! In London that meet- outlawing goldas cottontail.-Literary Digest. ,/
New Dealers easier after
troubles by paving $200' monthly pen- Ings would soon be held between British money in the
the United States Supreme court hand
sions to all persons over sixty, pro- and German cabinet ministers. United States and Scientific Wonder:
ed down Its decision sustaining Invalid -
vided each one must spend his $200 Invalidating "gold amazing
a t Ion of "goldclauses" I Heat Into sound is an :
. q Yr I 'in private for commodities or services within the EVIDENCE Introduced In the hear- clauses" in private. transformation accomplished by

contracts, but not on country each month. The senatorsdidn't ,Ing on government claim that contracts.The scientists. The warmth of a hand --
federal bonds. While treat the proposition with much Andrew W., Mellon\ former secretary Supreme held near the device makes it emit .

it was held, that the seriousness. I of the treasury, showed that Mellon o court's decision, I Is a low growl ; lighting a match a few
U a ;3b C iv government must pay Chairman Harrison said that with has paid the United all the more impor- feet away draws a snarl for an an-

off,its bonds In gold or 10,000,000 or more aged the plan would States government In tant and gratifying. swer. The invention can be adjusted '_ ,
ry1 '< cost $24,000,000,000 But a 2 income taxes In the
Its equivalent In' devalued a 'ear. because every so that It is sensitive to a burnIng .
currency, an- per cent tax would raise only $3,000-; 21 years since the law American knows match '40 or 00 feet aware "
other ruling that the 000,000, leaving a deficit of. $19,000- was enacted a total + that no consideration -
Court of Claims had 000,000 a year. of $21,223,473, or an f outside the
no jurisdiction over "Yes," Townsend said, ,"but we will average of over $1- letter of the 'Con

-- -. such cases means- that not be able to put 10,000,000 _on the 000,000 a year. The Arthur Brisbane stitution Could have A Law :
President I It would] be impossible pension immediately. It took two government claims the influenced ChI Every .:

Roosevelt for ,holders) of federal i :rears to get 4,000,000 men Into the v' S ,ti banker and industrialist Justice Hughes ,or his associates.The Mother Should
I army. We would have to examine each has evaded pay- decision
bonds to collect on their old gold basis.In Supreme court dIsposes
other words, the holder of a $1,000 citizen for his citizenship and age, as AkI ment of 3000000. As of the statement that President Roosvelt's < Know ObserveNever
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we examined applicants for the army." the hearing began, the
federal bond Is entitled to a technical Andrew administration has been proceeding -
value of $1,090, but in reality it wouldbe government' "regardless of the Constitution." Give Your Child An
Its claim to ask for an
impractical to make any collection REPUBLICAN heavy guns, some The decision will be reassuring to business -
of that amount, since the Court of light ones a few Democratic additional $9,000 alleged to represent and the public,generally. Unknown,Remedy without .
Claims Is the only tribunal before mortars bombarded the $4,880,000,000 profits on sale of bank stock, which Asking Your Doctor First sr r

which suits against the governmentmay work relief bill In the senate, and then was Intended to indicate that the for From every point( of view the beheading -
be taken, and other courts may the administrationforces mer secretary'of the treasury owned of women 'by Mr. Hitler's government -

not entertain such suits without a .spe- 3:. had a breathing bank stock while holding the cabinet seems to have ,been a painfully -
cial act of l the post. The treasury secretary Is an ex-
congress. spell over disgusting performance. The
The court also held that those who r---: : :. board which no member who owns any doctor you
held gold certificates had no cause of they worked hard to chains-In fear, perhaps, that they
action and could not sue the go\eminent win over those'mem.- bank stock may serve. Mellon has fileda might bite through strings or straps. ask, the only

: The power of congress to deal bers of their own par counter claim' alleging]] overpayment The agile headsman, in full dress, cutoff safe way is ,'"
with currency was fully upheld. ty who were consort- of $139,000 on. 1931 taxes and- seeksa both heads In sIx minutes. The never to give ,

Not only this country, but the entire .. Ing with the enemy. refund. women were, beheaded out of doors in: your child a "

world, awaited what the "nine ]lonely' Senator Vandenberg of the night, just before dawn, with flood remedy you don't know all
old men" of the Supreme court had to Jf' Michigan attacked the A SPECTACULAR break for liberty lights for the headsman's work. about, without asking him first.
about the Roosevelt pol with bitterness as'made by 31 inmates of the
say monetary measure -
w_ at Gran Witnesses of the killings praise the, When it to'"milk of
icies. The decision is ranked with the and sarcasm, Oklahoma state reformatory comes
court's decisions in the Dartmouth college Senator suggesting this sub- I Ite. A tower guard was killed by the composure of the two women. Each magnesia," that you know everywhere -

cases in 1818 which ''upheld the Vandenberg stitute bill : prisoners. Thirteen of the convicts walked to her death erect, wrists for over 60 years, doctors

sanctity of contract, and in the Dred "1. Congress hereby appropriates were captured within a short time, and chained ,behind her, showing no sign of have said "PHILLIPS' Milk of,,
fear. An eyewitness said : "They t
Scott slavery case In 1857 which had. $4,380,000,000 to the President to use posses are engaged in a gigantic manhunt Magnesia for your child."
break a good example to our men; whom we<
for the remainder. The
much to do with hastening the out- as he pleases.
usually have to drag to the scaffold.'" So-always Philli s' when
folowed Into a report of say
break of the Civil war., 2. Anybody who doesn't like It Is
Briefly, the ruling said: fined $1,000." cruel treatment of the inmates. From you buy. And, for your own
'1. Congress has the power to nullify : Senator McCarren of Nevada, also a two smuggled pistols the plot expanded You have read about "war withgerms" peace of mind, see that yom

promises to pay in gold contained In I Democrat, was still arguing for his suddenly to Its deadly climax. The in the next great outburst. child gets this; the finest men
the bonds of private corporations. plan that the committee had rejectedand ring leaders seized a trusty prisoner India proves that it could be, done. know.
took from him his At Alipore two are condemned to death,
the administration serving as turnkey,
2. A gold certificate is worth only opposed, fixing
rounded all the Inside turn- convicted of "germ murder." As rich
work relief at the rates keys, up
: wages prevail
Its face value in present devalued cur-
rency. Congressional power over the ing in different localities.] ,The bill as keys and locked them in a cell. The I Amarendra Nath Pandey walked along Safety fit fyu and rpuu
modified by the senate appropriations mob then rushed into the visitor's room the street he felt a sharp stab. He You can assist others by refusing
currency includes the right to estab- i to accept a substitute for the
where they herded about twenty vIsItors cried out. A germ poisoner had In- oN-
lish circumstances under which'gold committee after long controversy re- genuine Phillips' Milk of Mag
together, and using them as a jected plague germs into his blood nesia. Do this in the
that be if
quires prevailing paid
certificates need not be redeemed in interest of yourself ;.,, ,,,t' ,
gold or Its 'equivalent the President finds wages In private shield, made their escape. The reformatory I Amarendra died. His murderers were and your children ,-M .,. -ii;.
has under Industry are being undermined. Is under the administration of. I his step-brother and his doctor. Two '-and in the interest .
3. Congress no authority of the -"". ; .
Mrs. G. A. Waters,' said to be the only other doctors, accused ;r"J ... ; ;
the Constitution to abrogate the pay- Vandenberg in the course of his were acquitted. public in general.PHILLIPS'. ;-
ment-ln-gold clause of government :speech asserted the bill would permit woman warden of a male prison in A well-organized germ war could be<

bonds but as no actual damage has ,the government to compete with any the country. disagreeable,'distributing disease germs
been shown, therefore there is no business It pleased. In reply to this above great cities and in reservoIrsfrom AfihLUl cpsta

basis for suit for recovery. ,Senator Mahoney Wyoming, who had ANEW assault on Germany's unem- planes.At .
The decision was read by Chief Justice just called on the President said from problem Is announced by
Charles Evans Hughes, who voted the White House steps that Mr. Roosevelt Nazi leaders, who will put their plan Leyden, In Holland, scientists Mere AtomA
with Justices Brandeis Stone, Roberts is determined to, authorize only into effect on April l.'VThe scheme, the have produced a degree of cold said
I man wrapped up in hlms> if
and Cardozo In the majority. Dissenters projects that will not compete with most drastic yet announced, will force to approach within one fivethousandthof
makes ,a. very small package.
were Justices McReynoldS, Van private Industry, and also that he "will most young people to give up their a degree of absolute zero.
Devanter, Sutherland and BiKler, the 'use all his Influence to maintain rates paying jobs and join the governmentlabor A gigantic electro-magnet, in com
four so-called conservatives. of wages and standards In private In- service which will send them to blnation with liquid helium, producesthe
"dustr '." construction projects, "voluntary" labor lowest
Satisfaction within the, administration temperature ever known on
was evident at once. In a party conference the Republicans camps, and to farms.In earth.
Justice McReynolds was spokesmanfor agreed to try to limit the bill to this way, positions' will be opened The lowest possible degree of cold,,
the dissenters. He unleashed a one year instead of two. Their rea- for older men and those with depend the absolute zero, would be minus 273
scathing attack on the majority. views. son is that as It stands the measure ents. All jobs for persons under twen- degrees centigrade, or minus 459.C
His voice vibrant, he said : gives the President authority to allocate ty-five will be state-controlled, and the Fahrenheit. At least science thinks so.
"The Constitution as we have knownit funds for projects through the entire labor market will]) be under It used to call the atom "smallest frag-
is gone." months when, the 1936> Presidential Nazi domination. Jobless at the pres- ment of matter."

"If given effect, the enactments here campaign will be going on. Most of ent time are ,estjmated at 2,000,000. Science needs 'bsolute 7010"to riPn]
challenged TV ill bring about confiscation the Republicans, also favored the pre- Anotner feature of the campaign is the In tearing apart the atom, now knownto
of property rights and repudia- vailing wage amendment, and some of setting of a definite goal of 800,000 as be a miniature solar system.
tion of .national l obligations." them supported the plan fathered by the number to be left without work as

"Just men regard spoliation of citizens Adams. The administration Democrats "chronically]] unemployed." Henry Ford views money philosophically .......-...-.
:' by their sovereign with abhor- I were still confident they could as merely an abstract "indefinite, ,','.r.
rence, but we are asked to affirm thatQie put the bill through without serious STEPS to curb the inroads of Jap incoherent, homogeneity," as Herbert
Constitution has granted power to changes. landholders In the rich hemf I Spencer might have called it. Mr. $
accomplish both." growing province of Davao are being Cameron, broadcasting, mentioned casually /IN.

"No definite delegation of such a GALVIN M. BOLSTER, a taken by the Philippine government I the fact that Mr. Ford in one .
power exists ; and we cannot believe LIEUT. of the crew of the Macon, Strict application of Insular laws gov- year lost $68.000,000. needs more
the farseeing framers, who labored gave some sensational testimony be- erning land holdings by aliens will be When this writer asked Henry Ford than cosmetics
with hope of establishing justice and fore the naval board of inquiry into made, according to Eulogio] RodrI- what'was the most money he had lost p from Beauty within..of skin Wh en comes COD-

securing the blessings of liberty, in- the causes of the disaster that befell guez, secretary of agriculture, who in any year while "changing type" and td stipatioaclogsthepores
tended that the expected government the dirigible. He said that several schemes a wholesale cancellation ol reorganizing, he replied : "I didn't lose CLEANSE with intestinal INTERNALLY wastes.
should have authority to annihilate its months ago three girders in the ship's subleases of public, lands, which he any money. I only distributed some fgtLE SA> PLE with Garfield
own obligations and destroy the very tail had sheared and that only minor maintains are illegaL money." pf yrit T clogedsystem Tea. Helps relieve promptyourd the-

rights which they were endeavoring to repairs had been made because the o ti h1Ai sNY. lymidlyeffeavdy.AtB
protect." bureau of aeronautics ordered that BRUNO HAUPTMANN will die In It has been customary at executionsin rug store 23 e&JOe Y

Notified that Chief Justice Hugheswas the work should not Interfere with chair at Trenton, N., New Jersey' state prison to admit GARFIELDTEADoesYour
reading the decision President training flights.I Bolster added that J., during the week of March 18, unless] relatives of a murdered man, that they
Roosevelt went to the cabinet room, : this work had not been completedwhen attorneys secure a stay of executionby may witness the killing of the murderer -
where he listened to telephone reports the Macon started on her last filing an appeal. The prisoner ; very considerate, If' relatives

from an aid. Three cabinet officers flight, but that he did not consider the showed no trace of emotion as the .)f ,one murdered really desire to seethe Mirror Reflect
were at his side. The Chief Executivewas craft unsafe for flight over the ocean Jurors announced their verdict and did : murderer as he sits in the chair,
prepared to take swift action to except in extremely violent air. not break under the strain until after straining against the straps and frothing ttoughflmplySfdn? Use'CUTICURA
protect the credit of the governmentIn The same indication of structural Justice Trenchard had pronounced sen behind the mask. It Is safe tA

case an adverse decision was hand weakness also was given by R. J. tence, and he was returned to his cell predIct that Colonel Lindbergh will reject -
ed down, but executive orders were Davis, chief boatswain's mate, one of The Jurors required more than 12 the Invitation to see Hauptmannput
unnecessary. The carefully prepared two crewmen on duty near the "cas hours to reach their verdict. Two of to death for the kidnaping anl Anoint the affected parts 'with
program was not needed. ualty" spot In the rear. the women were said to have held out murder of his child. Cntlcnra Ointment. Wash off
After a three-hour conference be- All four tins, two horizontal and for a recommendation of mercy which after a short time with Cntlcurn
tween the President and administration two vertical, were fastened to the allegedly would have resulted in a life sentencefor James A. Moffett, federal housing Soap and hot water and continue
leaders, Attorney General Cummings accused of the murder of admInIstrator "country bathing for several minutes. Pim- I
weak girder, known technically the man says the Is out rashes
pIes and
said: as "No. 17%." the Lindbergh baby. ot the depression but does not know it.In distressing .
"As far as they concern us, the decisions Commander P. L. Katch, Judge ad- Forty-eight hours after his conviction the West he "found business conditions a eruptions condition are established quickly soothed which and

constitute a complete victory vocate of the court made pointed inquiries Hauptmann was taken to the definitely improved. Los Angeles ducea to healing. con-
for the government all along the line." to determine if progressive state prison at Trenton, N. J., wherehe alone has pledged $100,000,000 In new
The announcement caused stock and bumpings encountered in anchoringthe was entered as convict No. 17,400A construction and modernization involving Ointment 25c and SOc. Soap 25c.
commodity markets to soar, and because Macon at Its Sunnyvale base might strict censorship has been clamped all types of buildings." San' Francisco -

of the speculative frenzy, the have strained the girder. The lower down as far as his activities are con likewise has embarked on an am- 7NU-7 9Quit -35
Chicago Board of Trade suspended all fin was attached to the ground car In cerned. Every precaution is being itlous building program.
trading temporarily In accordance witha the anchoring operation. taken to prevent his escape a special Now if 10,000,000 or 12,000,000 Idle
recent'' resolution ,of the directors. Bolster said such was a possibility,. guard has been put over the prisoner, Americans can get back to Jobs even I [ Using Tobacco! 100,000
Grain exchanges In other cities did but he did not see how such jars could and two men are stationed In the look. hough they may "not know it," alliIll rlt for Guaranteed Free Booklet or Money and Lam Q Bow.iroltB .. Satisfied
likewise. Stock exchanges remained hurt the upper part of the girder, out towers armed with riot guns, teargas be well. NEWELL PHARMACAL COMPANY (Userss
open and the ticker was soon nine min where the casualty occurred. and revolvers. Kin Features ndlcate. Inc. / 1tS Clayton Station, St.Louie, Mo.
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: common belief Is that the .

. terms "clinging vine" and "sturdy
oak" are no longer applicable to the

; male and female species of the human -'

/ race. It has occurred to us
that perhaps they are still applicable

but In reverse order to the old cus-

i I the women employees of this

office were on the job before eight

: BJ PETER B. KYNE o'clock when the mercury was below .

i zero Monday morning, but several of ,

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i SYNOPSIS detectives. "I'd wait for a night ,whenI and well kept, decidedly not the handsof tell me that I was all that made his

wouldn't be disturfied for a coupleof a factory girl. While her vocabu life bearable. Somebody forgot Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the orig-

Theodore Gatlin adopts a baby "Pe- hours," he decided. "What night lary was a trifle "salty," running at who-told me he wasn't my real father They inal little regulate liver pills liver put and up bo\vels.-Adv.CO years ago. .

I, nelope," In an effort to solve his matrimonial would that be? Why. Thursday night. times to the Idiom of the III bred and that I was a foundling he adopted. ,

troubles. But his wife has when the board of police commissioners ignorant, her 'oice was soft, with well I wouldn't believe: that at first, j

never wanted her and their affairs end .ers and I am in attendance then bred intonations. Her clothing on the but when I read his will I knew it Life in the, U. S. A. .'
In the divorce court. At a baseball And
now comes a Hollywood :
ball strikes ten-year-old Penelope Stephen will make his usual early occasion of her visit to Stephen Burr's was so." gal ...
on the nose Mrs. Gatlin spiritsthe I evening call-and as soon as he leaves office, had been, In Lanny's judgment, "What sort of woman was his wifeor asking for a divorce because her hus-

child to Europe. Gatlin wills Penelope I the house those two will slip into It. in splendid taste ; rich but not flashy, .did he have one?" band acted like an ape. If Judges }

all his money, and' is about to The cellar door, of course. I'll makeit : up to the mode but not beyond It. "I haven't the slightest] Idea, but I begin to grant divorces to women on :

accident begin a search ends his for life.her Some when ten a motor years I, easy for them. I'll leave the door Then, too, Nance had a slow, leisurely remember the will stated very positively such flimsy grievances, no married .

later In San Francisco. Stephen Burt, unlocked.: walk, she knew how to enter a room, I that he had settled with her, that man will be safe.-Cleveland Press.

rising: young psychiatrist is presentedby He concluded that until then, she was sure of herself at all times she had accepted the settlement In full }

a new Dan McNamara patient-Nance, chief Belden of police, a, with girl Nance would be ,safe at Lanny's house.In without display assurance. To Lanny satisfaction of her dower rights! and "

with a dual personality for which her the meantime, however, he must arrange the girl, in' his abandoned moments, he made my income 'from'the trust .

"saddle nose" is In part responsible. to get her out of the city at an ''I appeared to be amateurish, a bit of a just sufficient to support me decently :

McNamara does not think she is a early data The detectives wre- both showoff, unreal. until I should come of age. He saidin :

criminal court.and Lann obtains)'. the Burt's doctor's testimonyIn office absolutely satisfied Lanny bad once Thus far she had observed the girl his will that he did this not be- Constipated ?

nurse is also won over. Nance's criminal given ,Nance sanctuary .for a brief only In this showoff phase of her per- cause of any lack: of ,affection for me, i4

record outweighs Doctor Burt's period ; trust them, therefore, ,to keepan sonality. She was amazed Therefore, but because if he made me an exces- >

explanation of her case and she Is sent on Lanny's house. on coming home from the office after sive allowance, his divorced wife The doctors say ,

to San Quentin penitentiary Nance He eye his office line her conversation with McNamara, to would have control of I It during my J_ Use liquid treatment '::5
escapes, although shot, and goes to had in a telephone ,
Lanny's apartment, from which, by McJ that did not connect with the private find her a complete changeling. As minority. He must have despised her." .

Namara's orders, she is removed to the exchange system In the central station, she entered the house she caught 'the "Well, If she could have control of Here is the soundest advice anyone

chief's home. From one of the men In so he called Lanny on his phone at odor of cooking, and going into the your Income during your minority, she- can give on the subject of laxatives. :.'
the boat on which the girl escaped Mc- "
It is based medical We >:
Namara learns that Nance's real nameis Doctor Burt's office now._ kitchen, she discovered Nance, with must have been your adopted mother, on opinion.
have the benefit of this i
want to
Penelope Gatlln" He also discovers one of Lanny's kitchen aprons on her. the practical Lanny reasoned. "And you
"Dan speaking Lanny. Tomorrow .
information no matter what laxative
that she is heiress to 750000. Fearfulof preparing dinner. you must have lived with her followingthe
morning you had better buy our pet you may.buy: .1
McNamara, In his official capacity
Nance flees. Lanny finds her in her nuisance a lot of clothes, ,so she'll] be "Good evening Lanny dearshe divorce. That's why you didn't see The secret of real relief from consti'j

apartment sound asleep curled up on all] ready to get out of town when I saluted her hostess. "It occurred to your father in Europe. You must have pation is reduced dosage. You can't ':
the guest-room bed. me it must be a trial to been there with foster mother. '
very great you your regulate the bowels unless can >
\ send for her. I think I'll have to fly you .
her out and down to Tia Juana, Lower coming home night after night from Laurette the cook, 'and Babette, the regulate the help you give them.That

California." the office, tired, and having to prepare maid, ,argue an establishment Do you is why doctors use a liquid laxative; ;.

CHAPTER VIIContinued15 dinner for yourself. I'm sure you'retoo remember everything that has hap- the dose can be measured to a drop.
"What will she do there?
tired most of the time to prepare pened to you since that day Dan Mc Avoid laxatives that you can't cut
"I don't know. We'll] think about '
"Did your men scout the street In more than a very sketchy meal, and I' Namara brought you to Doctor Burt's down dosage; especially those that
that when she there. At least
gets my doses than
front of this house before pulling up that Isn't good for you." She smiled. I office?" seem to require larger
two dicks won't be there and TiJuana when began their use. ;
In front of It?" asked: McNamara "So I thought I'd have a nice dinner I "Perfectly. you
is one place where that saddle Under the doctor's care, you usually -
sharply. for "Ever have about It?"
funny thoughts
+ nose of hers won't surprise anybody.And get a liquid laxative. The right
"Certainly. We circled the block when she acts rough and tough In "Now, I call that real sweet Nance." The girl stared at her shrewdly. liquid laxative gives the right kind

twice." "My name Isn't Nance, Lanny. It's "How strange that should ask that
Tia Juana nobody will pay any attention -: you of help, and the right amount of
Penelope." question, Lanny. I do have funny Smaller and smaller doses-
"Feed our Nance, Lanny, McNamara to her., They have experts down help.
"Penelope what thoughts. Sometimes I'm horrified at until don't need any.
urged happily. "She's a smart girl. there In that line." you

How's the shoulder, dearie?" "I'll] think that Tia Juana stunt "Penelope Gatlin. Silly old Lanny, the memory and could die of shame ; The liquid laxative generally usedis

"Fine. It'll be O, K. in another over," Lanny decided "It has possibilities how could you forget?" at other' times It seems perfectly all Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It

week." "You've placed your finger on my right, but those are the times when contains senna and cascara-natural
Is there a good hospital laxatives that form no habit.t.eafke&.
"So am I." Mr. McNamara grinned there?" dread secret, Penelope. When I'mtired I've been nervous and sleepless ; some-

horribly. "Flynn's home eating his dinner my memory falls me." times I think there's something wrong
"I don't think so. Why?
and be Lanny knew that during the day a with me, because people often referto \ 1
now, AngellotI must on "You numbskull, Dan McNamara = -
psychological door had opened and me as Nance Belden and to
guard In that alley. I'm going to mis We have to find a quiet hospital wherewe things

take AngellotI for a suspicious character can have her poor nose operatedon. Nance Belden, otherwise personality I've done and which I know very well 1 .JlSYRUP! PEPSINWeak

lurking there in the dark-and puta ." B, the abnormal, had walked through it I haven't done. And yet It seems to I

and emerged Penelope Gatlin, or sometimes if I
personality me as had-just a
mark on ;him so l can recognize him "Well, if we can get her beezer restored -
A, the normal. Also, she wraith of like old dream.
later. He lust can't stand to mix it and change that black bob of memory
knew now that Penelope Gatlin probably But still I'm strong and healthy." I
with me, and get recognized of course, hers to a movie-tone gold, she could
so when he runs I'll fire in the air. take Flynn and AngellotI] out to din- had more or less amnesia for her "But a little given to spells of I

He'll know who I am but he'll never ner and they'd never suspect her." former personality as Nance Belden. nervousness?"

q.. suspect I know who he is." "Stevie says her nose 'must be Lanny had heard Doctor Bun discuss "I'm moody." The girl seemed In- I
.:' such rare cases and she glowed with uthotisid
terested In herself to an unusual de 1
McNamara bade Nance Lanny and operated on first. Her present stateof
Stephen goodnight and hurried awayin dissociated personality probably pride In the knowledge that at least gree. "Some days I like to do things is aof tQ.

he had secured a perfect specimen."I that are perfectly Intolerable to me I o ey ge4eouy's a
a taxi. A block from his home he started In an inferiority complex, and
decided we wouldn't have broiled I on other days. Some days I'm so dem- cheet4spot mntso,,,
alighted and walked down the side of the Inferiority complex probably arose to
the street opposite his own house. He out of the knowledge that her nose lamb chops, Lanny," the girl went on ocratic I could go out to dinner witha on it'obv CcQc

brightly, "so I've made a ragout. garbage man-other times I can't lie
whistling he'came abreastof
was as made her unlovely. When it's safe to
"You mean, !in good old Amerlcanese, bear to be with anybody but nice
Angelloti's hiding place, where he bring her back to this city Steele 'I
turned at right angles apparently with will take her soul out and look at it, you've concocted an Irish stew. people." She sighed and turned to
"You're so amusing, Lanny. A stew, "I
the Intention oi crossing in the middleof dust it off, put It back: and do a Little inspect her savory ragout. wish
of course. The difference between a I knew what I wanted In life, and I
the street to his house.
own A step Jack: Horner
stew and a ragout Is entirely geo- wish I knew somebody that wantedme. I Women
the curb he halted "
from turned, bent "Can he do that? McNamara'sheavy
graphic. A in France, an Irish I
ragout Of. can
course pay my way
his head In
a listening attitude then voice was freighted with awe. "AfterchildbirthIlaek- _
stew in the United States." through life, but It's terrible to be ed strength and suffered
stepped resolutely into the alley. "He he find
can. provided can a
from dizzy headachesmy -
"Have lived In France?
lonely Lanny.
"Who's there?" he demanded. Receiving starting point for his investigation into you whole body felt sick,"
"Eight years, Lanny. Went to schoolin She faced Lanny again. "Now, said Mrs. J. W. Buck of
no answer, he got out a small her past life. There Is always a rea- French ---. 1913 Ellis St.. Augusta
Switzerland and learned when I decided to cast myself on
your Ga., "but I much
flashlight ; he seemed to have some son for a dissociated personality. The > was
there. hospitality; Lanny, It seemed to me the improved after taking
difficulty flashing it on, for he cursed ground for the mental shock that k ;:. Dr.Pierce's Favorite Prescription
"Are your people French? most natural I thing in the world to do. r .
a short time.It
softly and suddenly 'a beam from the be-
causes it Is usually prepared long "
"I think I was there alone. The But today I'm covered with confusion.I've gave me new strength
flashlight illuminated his own face for fore the psychosis occurs. Rebellious "I don't and made me feel that I had the right amountof
girl appeared puzzled. re- deliberately Imposed myself "
instant, but long enough, he decided energy to carryon.
an broodingaUthese
thoughts unhappiness.
member my mother, but I had a fa your peace and privacy" New size, tablets 50 cts., liquid $1.00. Large
to permit the watchful Angelloti to recognize eventually have a serious effect he's size, tabs or liquid, $1.35. All druggists.
ther. He was such a dear, but "Listen here, Penny, my dear rouaren't
him. The alley was empty, but upon sensitive and highly Intelligent "
dead] the only lonely woman In this
In a little garden strip a large syrlnga; people and particularly, women of the "
"Were you happy there? world. Believe It or not, the first
bush and Instinct warned the "
grew hysterical type. t
"No, I was perfectly miserable.. spring buttercup Isn't a bit more wel- JJU
chief that his prey was behind It. So "All] women are hysterical." McNa- "
"Why? in old lady Lanning's house than
he walked past It, his flashlight held mara said with conviction. come Eases throbbing pain; allays Inflammation -
/; close to the bush, and as he had anticipated "You're a dear booby, Dan. Eight "Because my father"wasn't with me.We' you are. ;reduces swelling;lessens ten-
... i been such pals. The lost one beamed upon her. "I sion; quickly heals. Easily applied.
It was snatched from him. women out of ten can throw a fit of "But must have lived with Inexpensive.Results guaranteed. Also
I As he turned, one of his stout legs was hysterics as easily as you'd break an you believe that Lanny Oh, Lanny, when use for festers, risings, cuts, burns,
body. I'm happy I'm so happy and when I'm and bites. At your druggist, or write
jerked from under him by a man particularly If there is a man to
egg "There was Laurette, the cook, and wretched I'm so wretched." Spurlock-NeAl Co., Nashville, Tenn.
crouching low ; so, before permitting he Impressed. They never simulate "
Babette the maid.
"You think too much about that nose
himself to topple backward, MrNamara impress how-
hysterics to a woman "Did 'v
you graduate? of child"The
dropped his good right to the levelof know better. How- yours, my poor
arm ever, because they father died.
"No I left school when girl's hand flew to that BLACKMANSTOCK
his knee and swung a short, stab over, there are women who have hys- accident organ
He killed In motor en
was a If
(automatically, Lanny thought) as
bing punch. He felt a cheekbone and terics that are real, but It has been route to I've always had a "
Europe. she would hide "Isn't it terrible?
I I the side of a nose; so he punched the experience of this office that most to his
feeling he was coming over see she quavered. "I'm so ugly nobody can
again, a little higher up, and then fell of these are just a trifle balmy-neu Penelope. He loved me very much. ever love me." fl and POULTRY

over backward. Instantly his assailant rotics." Lanny. lIe was adorable. He used to (TO BE' CONTINUED.) I Medicines are Reliable
rose and fled like a doe. "Well], you get our girl a trousseauand -

"Halt! I'm an otricer" McNamara warn her to keep away from the 0 Blackman's Medicated Lick-

.. shouted, and fired Into the air. But the window and not to answer the door- About 10,000 White Men in Rhodesias ; I A-Brik

running man did not even hesitate. In bell, or do any telephoning, or leave Blackman's Stock PowderBlackman's
Canoes Chief Burden BearersIn
:' the morning he sent for AngellotI for the house until she has my permission Porters, ,
Cow TonicBlackman'
i a report on certain case, and was I don't expect she'll obey so tonight I e

charmed to note faintly lemonlsh when you go home have some The Rhodesias were made known to the districts settled by whites, Char-Med-Sal
(for Hog)
spot on the Italian's left cheek and avery hysterics to Impress her." Europe by Cecil Rhodes slightly more schools have been established by the I o Blackman' Poultry Tablets

noticeable Iridescence under the "Dan, dear, I coul n't. I'm hard as than a half-century ago. Portugal once government and sanitation emphasized.In o Blackman's Poultry Powder

left eye. The chief grinned. "What does a picnic egg. Did you stage your little claimed the region,' but the British successfully the remote hinterland, however, malaria

II the other fellow look like Angle?" he comedy after leaving us last night?" protested the claim. Some backwater fever, dysentery and Highest Qualify Lowest Price

queried Innocently. "He couldn't have "I did-and It worked out exactly." natives ,disliked the encroachment of other diseases are prevalent. The Satisfaction Guaranteed or

been more'n a tlywelght or he'd have "Good gracious. Well. I'm busy the white men, and their opposition tsetse (fly also harasses the natives In your money back. ...

.; done more damage How come you let Good-by." slowed progress until .the close of the some regions.

: some runt one-two you like that?" Nance: Belden's personalities werea Nineteenth century. Today there are BUY FROM YOUR DEALER

"It was a dame I picked: up for source of keen professional interest white
In the colony about 10,000 men. Bullets in Elephants' Tusks I BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.
drunkenness" AngellotI lied with the who the
to Lanny, regretted that for
Most of the whites live in the south- .Ivory workers not Infrequently find I Chattanooga, Tenn.
glibness] of long lu'actice.i present Doctor Burt was unable to
east near the railroad which links important bullets Imbedded in the tusks of ele-
i Following some:: discussion of the report share her observations with her. Sht-
McNamara dismissed him and had population centers of-the Belgian phants. Sometimes there are no ex-
as yet had no opportunity for
f Congo, northern and southern terior marks to Indicate their
sat down to decide what to do with ascertaining anything regarding [hegirl's pres-
Nance Belden. That and Rhodesia and South Africa. ence and they are well embedded, all
I Flynn Angel- past history but she had a sus-
loti were keeping his house, under sin picion that Nance had had advantages Lack of communications has been trace of their entrance passage having I

velllance he knew now ; undoubtedlythey superior to most girls. one of the colony's chief drawbacks. been obliterated. One has even been

would nter his house at the ear- Her hands were the very first thing Until more railroads and modern highways found In a billiard ball which Is pre- I

liest favorable opportunity (with the exception of her poor streak the colony, native porters served In the Museum of the Royal I

The chief wondered what he would wrecked nose)' that Lanny had no- and canoes will be northern Rhodesia's College of Surgeons in London.-Col i

do If he stood In I the shoes of his two .:!. They were soft, shapely, small chief burden bearers. lier's


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I' Church and the entire 1 then the owners of these particular;_,
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The idea originated in 1887 by a from losing their property to a hold- REQUEST
Published every Friday in Clewiston, RAMBLINGS. group of Presbyterian women who ing company. 1
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, mis- who have taken
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ECeathley Bowden, Editor New Zealand, those pieces of real estate can-
Well, the third annual harvest time, will be held in 2121
hours be- not receive tax deeds for their
which sees the rising sun pro-
festival of the U. S. Sugar Corp., is I
Entered as second class mail matter fore America, and closes with the perty, someone should have to reim- PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
a thing of the past, and a most successful
February 1, 1927, at the Post event judging by the delighted ctting sun in Hawaii, hours after burse them for their expenditures.If .
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under I comment of hundreds of attend-, he Americans have witnessed the they have made improvements on Agent for
the Act of March 3, 1897. losing of the day. the property should they lose that? GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS

ants.An orderly crowd enjoyed the It is a beautiful thought, that of A whole flock of legal entangle- '
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. an entire world pausing for spiritual' ments may follow when the point at RANGES AND .
good music and danced in a prettily
Advertising rates on application. for issue is settled.
and praying peace
decorated hall. Numerous cooks and sustainence i I
Devoted the advancement and waitresses served well cooked bar during a day of universal prayer. I The judge's decision will be

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry becue, a marvelous Brunswick stew, The Clewiston services are being watched with interest..
bread, pickles, ice held in the church, in conjunctionwith
County. 1 sad aftermath cream to the and affair cake.A oc- the monthly meeting of the So- ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-::,.:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..-:

curred in the home of Tom Shelly, ciety.A NO SAMPLES ;;: ::

Necrology, which sounds like a owner and exhibitor of some excel- y y
lent English bulls. Tom Porter: Where's your trunks, sir? ::: FUNERALHOME ':f
managed to
deep, deep science, is a small com- ..
get home with few FAR-REACHIXC. DECISIONA Traveling Salesman: I use no .:. .
munity in Polk County. a pieces of bar- I
becue left over from the festival. In I I trunks. isi
V i :
may have farreaching r Porter: 'Scuse me, boss. I thoughtyou I ::
Rosalind Kress'. new husband the wee, small hours of the morning, care, -
probably shaves to the tune of "I he tossed them to his sourmugs. A influence on ownership of real were one of those traveling yy

found a million dollar baby in a minute later, Dusky Rhoda, one of state in Florida, is now underwayin salesmen.T. ::_: Licensed Funeral Directors :::
five and ten cent store." the finest dogs in this section, was Fcrt Myers before Circuit Judge S.: So I am, but I sell brains, :: and Embalmers :!:
gasping over a piece of gristle lodg- George W. Whitehurst. The point understand? I sell brains. /:

The Fort Pierce Chamber of Com- ed in her throat from the piece of which may effect thousands of own- Porter: 'Scuse me again, boss, but ..%:.. Ambulance} I ServiceCIiEWISTON ..%:;
merce has voted $10 toward the sup- meat she was eating. Tom managedto ers of property is hinged upon the I you is the first fella that's been here ,:., b%

port of a bill to protect black.. bass, extract the, offending piece of allegation that the tax assessmentroll : who ain't carrying no samples.IS :;: PHONE. '323 :::
and the, regular battle concerning barbecue, but it was too late to be of Lee County for 1931 is invalid ;y; '
commercial fishing in Lake Okee of any benefit to the dog, who choked because the tax assessor fail- ::: PAHOKEE: PHONE 301 :i i:
chobee will be in to death. It seems a irony of fate ed to list approximately $7,000,000 YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? :
staged the legis-
lature. that Dusky, who during her entire worth of intangible personal property. :- :-:-:-:..:..:.:-:.:NN:NN:..:-:N:N:.i.:N;N H N:.

life had received the best of care .
and cIos attention, should be the Doubtless there are somewhere in NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
"It's just an old Spanish custom", TAX DEED ......,..
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victim of such a strange accident. the neighborhood of 66 other coun-
- this siesta period during the day,
ties in Florida whose 1931 tax assessment kI
but some day it may be generally NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, You Wreck 'Em
is in the fix
Caroline Miller roll same as
observed in Florida during the sum- young Waycross, That E. ,B. Butler, holder of TaxI
Georgia woman, who won the Pulit- Lee county's, for tax assessors, tax
mer months. Key West employeesnow Certificate No. 1116, 5th day of We Fix: 9Em
take 2, hours at noon and work zer prize last year with her novel, payers and everyone else practically I Sept., A. D. 1932, has filed said
hour Lamb In His Bosom, is being fetedin ignored the intangible tax law; certificate in my office and made application -
an later in the afternoon. PAINTING BODY AND
: Miami where she is on vacation. until Jim Lee went into the Comp for tax' deed to issue thereon ? -
Mrs. Miller is an "own cousin" (as troller's office with a determinationto in accordance with law. Said cer- H FENDER WORK
The News acknowledges with appreciation Georgia folks would have it) of Ivy enforce all tax collection laws. scribed property situated in Hendry TOPS SEAT COVEIISUPHOLSTERY
a souvenir copy of the M. Pafford and was a schoolmateof The point was brought up in Fort County, Florida to wit:
program of "La, Semana Lot 3 Block 204 Clewiston.
Alegre Pafford in their girlhood Myers by attorneys owners
Done An
the week of joy, celebration The assessment of said property by Expert
a in Key days in south Georgia. Mrs. Miller, three prominent business buildings,
West under the said certificate was in the Courteous Service
sponsored by the island city at the age of 17, married her high whose property was technically sold name of G. Coffey. I I I
for the first time this year, but plan- school instructor to the state for of Woik Guaranteed.
of English, and is non-payment Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -I.
ned as an annual event. now the mother of three children.I 1931 taxes. An Orlando holding according to law, tax deed Prices Reasonable.

Lamb In His Bosom which ,brought company purchased tax certificatesto will issue thereon on the 25 day of -

Shi Hoang-Ti, who built the Great her international fame, is her first the property and is making efforts -: March, A. D. 1935. PIONEERService
Wall of China, was once asked how book. Since the award the Millersare to receive tax deeds. Dated this 22 day of Feb., A. D.

he accomplished this incredible feat. living in Atlanta, where Mr. Mil- If the 1931 tax assessment. roll is.i .I 1935. Station
With a slow, celestial smile, he answered ler is taking a longanticipatedcourse declared invalid' for the reason a-I ,
Clerk Circuit Court, BELLE,GLADE, PHONE 10
in Journalism. hove set forth and tax deeds cannot
Wall is but a mass of
Hendry County, Flor-
i ice.at All Hours
Wrecker Sen
trifling stones, set one upon another. be issued on the property for which !I ida. .

." That heap of scrap-iron over near the tax certificates were purchased, No. 54-Feb. 22, Men 1-8-15-22. j 1 I J

the Latham Apartments is reaching "-_'- ____. I -- .=.;...

:FOOLISH,: SILLY, ABSURD sizeable move via proportions freight car and to may Tampa soon .:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.;..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:/N:-:-:..:..:N:NNNN:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:-:..:..:..:;:.:::

There can be no question but that where boat-loads are constantly be-

the pres's' the nation have the ing assembled, current rumor in the iComing !
power to end the threat of Huey West Coast city has it, for shipment _: Coming! ComingEVERGLADES \

Long. by boat to Germany. The Germans, .

Open foe'of many newspapers in! the rumor goes on to say, are mak-
his own state, Long nevertheless re- ing guns and other munitions from :!
lies almost entirely on publicity inother'states the. scrap-iron. :!:: FAIRf k

to keep alive his shadowof An itinerant is purchasing the .'. / ..
hope' for Presidential consideration crap-iron hither and yon, and bringing .

it by the truckload to add to ili
A feature syndicate advertised a the pile near the railroad tracks. Pahoke Florida \
daily front- page short talk by the This has been going on for some :!: .
"Kingfish," and but few papers considered time, and when the pile reaches the :

it of sufficient importance proportions of a freight car, U is
to pay for it. The editors prefer to shipped. i Days & Starting Monday, March 18 if

wait for and use, without cost to The Everglades is a fertile field 4 4

them, stories covering his more or for collectors of old scrap-iron. Perhaps 1 Nights Ending Thursday March 21 .
less sensational acts and statements.If they can rid the landscape of ,
all of the headline writers I innumerable blots such as old aban- ,
agreed to "Forget Long" the coun- doned dredging equipment, draglines v Presented Bj The ;;;
try would be inclined to pay less attention trucks, cars and farm imple- EVERGLADES FAIR ASSOCIATION :;:

to him, despite his plans to ments. It will be a help to the sec- :;: Under the combined auspices of the Everglades Post No. 2O, American Legion of Belle Glade and tho '.;
keep things stirred up by tirades ov- tion to remove all such eye-sores. y Mansfield Post No. 90, American Legion of Pahokee. :::
er a new and powerful: radio station.So We hope no Everglader will ever
the newspapers are foolish. meet them on a foreign, field in the INTRODUCING FEATURES NEVER BEFORE PRESENTED :_i:

Even more impossible than $200a guise of munitions. .* EVERY DEPARTMENT GREATLY ENLARGED =*
to those over the age of 60, i ; :

as originally proposed by Dr. Town- And while we are on literary sub-
send, is Long's blatant suggestion jects, take note of the prominenceof 1i I
of a gift of $15,000 to very personin Florida writers on the present Merchants And Sensational Automobile And ;;
the United States. In this, Huey horizon. We, do not refer to the
gives equal consideration to all, myriads of writers whose winter ?
adult whites and .) :: ManufacturersExhibit FREE Farm
'negro babies. Sim- homes are in the state, but to tlonesttogoodness Implementr:
ilarily ridiculous is his vote as a r Florida residents. P*
Southern Senator against the wishes T., S. Stribling in Fort Myers, is Booths !f :
Displays .
of the President on the new work making the Saturday Evening Post ';:% Circus Act ,
program. ..
voted for the "pre- with
regularity. Marjorie Stone- '. :
vailing wage scale" to ALL those on man Douglas is a Miami woman, .,X':. .
relief projects, this against Southern whose stories and articles are also .'.

common sense, and we cannot see found in the S. E. P. The
how the people of Louisiana can (April) issue of Cosmopolitan current, just ::: 8 Riding Devices10 Feature Shows !I
that at
next election, no [ off the press, begins a serial "Golden .
matter how
rotten their balloting Apples," a romance of Florida :
conditions! may be. His gestures for I orange groves by Marjorie Kinnan ,

voles may prove boomerangs.So Rawlings.. whose "South Moon Undel' .
Huey Long is foolish. created such a furore .:;: .
People who fall readily for any i readers and such a fury among among residents Grand Prize Grand Smashing Climax '::
radical panacea, and there having '
of northern central Florid
been many during. the depression, whose unflattering descriptions she .:: BABY PARADE Coronation Ceremony ::
are plainly silly to believe what false gave in the book. .

prophets tell them without digging Monday March 18th Thursday Night March 21 j
into at least a few basic facts. I .1 .;;
Columnist Arthur Brisbane remembered I -

his simple grammar: come worth less/than were the Ger- .

surd school$15,000'arithmetic gift, suggestion took Long's, multi-ab:1 man" True marks, with of such the post ridiculous-'war period.inflation :! A Truly Agricultural Fair You Will Be Proud Of !i=!:

plied that by the number, of peoplein hogs might sell at an amazing .

the nation, found that the total $3 per pound. But what good would :.,:'.. .:.. /7A ,
money needed to "pay off" on that that do if a work shirt sold for around ; .
basis would be one trillion, eight $18, a gallon of gasoline for :
hundred seventy five billion dollars $'7, a pound of sugar for $2. This -Is Your = Fair Be There! 1
Brisbane explains that the 875 i So those who believe in unsound : !
billions is five
times what the entire -i panaceas are foolish. -Live Oak : "
,United States is worth, to say: Democrat. x
nothing, of that first trillion! Of .

course such wild currency could WORLD DAY OF PRAYER -wnl-Pay-You-in-Oollars-and-Sense ..
come only from the government --- t

printing presses, and onr present Today is being observed by the :r. .

rather shaky dollar would soon be- Ladies Aid Society of the Commuui :.:N:N N:N:N:N N:N N..::N:N:N::M:N:N..:N:N:..:ti N H N N N NN:N:"N":N N N

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: FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 935.
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;, ,', . . . . . ...... Mrs. A. V. Southard and baby been wintering in Miami. Mrs. Zan- GARDEN CLUB I MEETING ST. MARGARET MARY'S CHURCH
< ,;, daughter, Eleanor, left 'Monday' for one is a sister of Mr.: Munroe and HELD AT MRS.! STEWART'SThe CATHOLIC

-. :35;::: Personal I Mention :$;: Brunswick, Georgia where they will visit the Munroes here before

A were called by the. critical illness ofa returning to Tennessee. Clewiston 'Garden club held

: .V.....'.................................."...................................'........... friend. its regular monthly meeting Thurs- Father. F.: J. Finnegan, I>Pastor
1J( M.: W. Bigg spent Sunday in Can Among the .out-of-town visitors day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Confessions before Mass.Mass .
--. __ al Point on business. Mrs. Gayle McFadden Mrs. E. noted at the harvest festival Satur- Elbert L. Stewart. Mrs. Stewart,
Ezelle day evening were Mr. and Mrs. F. on .Sunday Morning at 8:30.
Reid Bumbardeni Mrs. J. W. !
who is chairman, presided at the i .
'- '. Leslie Miller Edward Bryant of Palm Beach and I Mass at St. Mary's Church, Pa..
and Mrs. were guestsof
.' Miss Mae Drew spent the week- Canal Point, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard meeting. hokee at 10:30
to Miami every Sunday
Mrs. D. G. Alston on a trip After discussion of busi-
end visiting in Miami.Mr.
Shea of West Palm Beach Mr. and
" Friday. ness matters coming before the cluba
Mrs. George Yon and Miss Sue Max-
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social hour was enjoyed by Mrs.
r and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie are well of South Bay Mr. and :Mrs.J. 1
E. W. Digges, Mrs. F. Deane Duff
few in Miami. Mrs. E. Reid Bumgardner left V. Fourmy of Canal Point Mr. WANTEDEnergetic
: spending a days H.
Rackstraw Mrs. W.
Mrs. G. B. ,
Monday for her home in Hickory, and Mrs. J. M. Elliott and Mr. and
v'isft I Mills Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Mrs.
: Jacksonville North Carolina after a pleasant Mrs. R. T. Gibbens of' Canal Point
.,, .J. F. Rooney of wasa of two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. :Miss Margaret Page of Fort Myers O. F. Schiffli Mrs. J. F. McLure young man to
business visitor here Tuesday. Mrs. E. W. Digges, Mrs. C. W:. Mc-
Gayle McFadden. Mr. and Mrs. Blitz Wegman and Mr. take
Donald, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. W. C. special sales train-
and Mrs. Marvin Pape of LaBelle,

G. L. Royal was a business vis- Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hayes,. of Wil- Mr. and. Mrs. J. E. Frierson, Mr. and Owen and Mrs. Leah Spicer. ing course and qualifyto

:, itor in Miami the first of the week. Imette Illinois and Mr and Mrs. W. Mrs. Hal Frierson, Mr. and .

',. .., E. Capehart of' Evanston Illinois, Mrs.' R. Bee, Mr. and Mrs. I THE COMMUNITY CHURCH sell a General Motors

;....; ., W.:'P. Franklin of Fort Myers was were guests of Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Mr. and Mrs. R. floe Mr. and Mrs. Sunday; Maich 10, 1933

a visitor here Tuesday. and Wednes- Williams this week.{. W. C. Nail, and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. I Product
h ,;:.:< day.. Gantt, Mr. and' Mrs. C. C. Klutts Rev. D. Jenkins Williams, Minister
. :: ';";" -'. Mrs. C. L. Downs had as her
'. ,,,.. Mr.! and Mrs. Vernon Bryant, Mr. FRIGIDAIREin
: : ;_ "Duncan Moffatt of Amite, Lou guests for a few days over the weekend :- and Mrs. Floyd Clapp Mr. and Mrs. 9:45: a.. m. Sunday School.

.'. :,"...' isiana was in Clewiston on business ,, her mother, Mrs. Nancy Pur- Walter Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 10:45 a. m. Junior Church. cooperation with and

Friday. year of Dalton, Georgia, and her sis- Farnam and Mrs.;. Leo 'Wilson, of 6:30 p. m. The Pioneers Miss Lock-.
: '
: .: ter, Mrs. Eileen House of Sarasota.Mrs. Moore Haven. hart Supt. through the authorized

;... _' ::/ Parker T. Wilson of Moore Haven -: I 7:30_ p. m. Evening Worship. Sub-

r : was a business visitor here Wed W. F. Simpson accompanied I II ject: The Master Builder. dealer in this territory.
'nesday. Mrs. F. A, Flanders, Mrs. D. M. I .
f Draughn, Mrs. C. H. Settle and Mrs. i FOR SALE-Stock Farm-Horses,
'. Mrs. C. F. Goodman and Mrs. A. Carr Settle to Lake.Worth Tuesdayto mules, cows, and hogs for sale or Address: .

h- A. Munroe were visitors in Miami a district federation meeting of trade.-Gus ,Cantrell, Near Coun- .',
Saturday. Womens Clubs. ty Line. .

Come To ChurchDoctor CO.
K.: S. McMullen of West Palm Mrs. A* A. Munroe and Mrs. C. F. ...

Beach was a visitor in Clewiston Trainor and Barbara Ann Trainor >'

(lfIJ.. Wednesday were visitors in West Palm Beach FOR SALE-2-year old I pony with Williams Frigidaire Distributors

.'- : yesterday. They met Mrs. J. Zanoneof saddle and bridle.-Gus Cantrell Father Finnegan

MrT'and Mrs. E. P. Mutrux left Nashville Tennessee who has Near County Line. Tampa, Florida. "

" Sunday for their home in Jeneret
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Miss Margaret :Page of Fort My-

ers spent the week-end visiting in ,

_. Cle..; ston.

1 Mrs. C. R. Peebles of Chicago

I 111., was a business visitor in Clew- .

, iston yesterday. 1 c .

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Barbee of 1 AROj

Moore Haven visited friends in
, 'r
Clewiston Sunday.

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i : L.. B.' Mershon and Allen' Dowd of ..ww,,. ;{

: Arcadia were in Clewiston on, business .r,.:'%cu.:,:. .,Y i ., ..rv.att rr { ,,stiy
nss .
}r Y: r ::: ::}Y Y: ):: w
I: Wednesday. r ;4C' : fi's VrrxQ., .;k;, ; + '. ;}. .
I' ,
I, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard T. Shea
of West Palm Beach were week-end ::0

guests' of friends here. .,. ,

II ... ;
( ..:
'1\11' and Mrs R. C. Wilson spent .
.r. : <
,I; Wednesday and 'i'hU'rtdayO'in.., West ,
Palm Beach on busIness;

;., />x< .* o v ".
Mrs. .W. M. Redelsheimer returned -
i 'fiiJ-!
'.' Saturday from a few days visit

with her, mother in Miami m 1 sititisr ,}ps

-- w/v ,v !:4. .Y:.r :ytn>7 rmrt lvn >:. ?'i:. 44: .
Mr. and Ms. James Lee and baby .a4. ,

I daughter, spent Sunday visiting Mr.. ,
Lee's parents in Moore Haven. .ir

---- >t'r n 6Gin {'r FENDERS :4 6U I LTI IiTIRES rS ,r: LUGGAGE

Mrs. A. H. Davis and son Donald, G 60 xl c

and infant daughter returned'the .L'. :S;tits:: COMPARTMENT
first of the week from Lakeland. rt Y.
Mr". KeatMey Bowden. Miss Evelyn -. j. AIR-BALLOON ROD COMFORTL .t.. V

Davis C. J. Lovvorn. and Kay 4. .t, .} .d a
Bowden pent Sunday visiting in ?4:' S t 1 t. ?1 Y
ss.i :: ;;::' .'
Okeechobee. _
fl I Mr.. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, .

II Miss Vilma Rhodes and Joe John-

! son were visitors in West Palm

i Beach Saturday.Miss 1.JJe's'ure\ ; you get All These rrl-tings ',i.: -

: Mary Bird Heath, of the .' ,

I Jacksonville office of U. S. Engineers ..
... '
was a business visitor in \, .. ." 1.t.;
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Clewiston this week. ;. ,e\',:\. .. .....:... at EXTRA COSTNO .
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Mrs. A. J. Lawler left Tuesday ". I. 1'r r"""""" -
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for her home in Southwest Harbor, I. : .
/ ) \. .._ ...,A........_._. ,. ,.. 'e. .
Maine after a visit with her son, '. ;f ,-, .:: ."';' ."'''''"..... .

Mark R. Lawler and family

In the 1935 Ford V-8, Safety Glass Beauty-yet you do not pay a penny

Mrs. C. H. Berner and daughter THE AVERAGE
all around is included without extra extra for them. ;
Carline Mrs. M. H. Crouch,' and EXTRA COST i

Mrs.. R. M. Hare Jr., motored to Z. cost.."Front Seat Riding Comfort"for 1
West Palm Beach Tuesday. APPROXIMATE No matter what you may want in a
'} ?" ,tI";" every passenger is a basic part: of

FORD car'--'style, safety, speed, power,
Mrs. n.,. H. .Rowan arrived Wednesday the'car's design .There is a built-in

from her home in Jacksonville economy, rugged endurance ,or com-
EXTRA DOLLAR VALUEFEATURES luggage compartment back of the !
for a visit with her parents,
fort the Ford V-8 for 1935 will
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Meredith.Mrs. : rear seat. Ford V-8 fenders.match .-

the color of the body at 110 extra meet your needs. Sec 'V car today.
Elmer Kranz and Mrs. V. E. Safety-Glass all around $ 7.50to$10.00

, Emanuel attended a meeting of the ., Trunk for Baggage 30.00 charge. ." If you study it, feature by feaiure,

\h Methodist Missionary Society in (If not built in) you will agree it is the biggest dollar

Moore Haven Wednesday: afternoon.:.. ..' Comfort ride equipment 20.00 Big 6.00 :x 16" air-balloon tires are

:_ (When not built in) standard equipment.All value in Ford history And if you

Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Alston of Belle Fenders to Match Body 7.50 to$10.00
drive it will it.
Glade, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Buchanan these features are part of the -you ;
6:00 x 16"Air Balloon
of Raleigh N. C.,...were in Chnv- -
Tires . 9.60 extra dollar value you get in the
iston Wednesday visiting Mrs. D. G. I ANDUPF.O.D.DETROIT.
Alston. delivered price of the new Ford V8. $ ti. Low down payment .. CatY
Total $74.60 95 Terms Through UntttrtalCreiht
,Tha Authorit
J [They make for Comfort, Safety and :. Ford Company finance Plan
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hill left Saturday .
for Fort Myers to make their -

home. Mr. Hill has been employed

at the sugar mill for the past two

years. -- LaBelle Motor Coo FORD :8.

Mrs. Loam Brown of Philadelphia .

accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John B.
Dotterer to Clewiston Sunday fromCharleston. LaBelle Florida CIS' THE AIR-FORD SYMPHONY
S. C. where they were f
called by the death of an uncle Mrs. NETWOKK,

Brown and Mrs. Dotterer are sisters

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Lyons man who Is convincedthat .
the editor knows Indian "medi! RIGHT" FOR PLAY I
cine" asked If we could not do something '
[ to chase zero weather away.: PATTERN
We have to confess we did not be- -
cause we are not thoroughly schooledIn
the dark arts of the redskin. ;!

But we do know, from him, how to ..
bring cold weather so that furs. and ( ..y 0
By borne #
skins may be better, that animals THE FEATHERHEADS e WooC.... '"" p.p.r u... Hot Stuff (( .rrW
be tracked in the snow and that 4
spring may may not come dangerous] SINNER ALL '-> <***** .

soon. You take a small boy and 1 f SET ? HERE J ywwo

strip him naked.] Then you start him I U, i COME.l1HATe.VER..l r" t[ ) '
going north from. the village, cursingthe ,
north wind and defying the north
wind to come and meet him. It will
not be long until he comes running
back with I lie old north wind growlIng Y
at his heels and the frost king -// : iy :

nipping his tender posterior.-Lyons: ) :::;:

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when it comes to grow- 9- t .' -
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Ferry's Purebred Flower .;.r..;;:.::.;..'X9086For
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Seeds and your garden a tiny girl's play or school

will be the envy of frock nothing could_ be very much
nsrdlltn Nesrspal rllsta nicer than this adorable little bloomer -
everyone in your neigh- frock with Its quaint over-th<< .

borhood.They are pure- shoulder yoke and prettily puffed
sleeves. The frock Is simple to slip

spring bred seeds-the generations off of FINNEY OF THE FORCE *I:22Sl Experience Teaches only Into, too three, buttoning buttons up to the be front fastened., with

And It allows plenty of room for
perfect plants. MR FINNEY-4 g IIIJME I LAt> / I WOULDM'f WELL' NOW-E romping-the skirt is gathered to the

AN' IS UTT yoke at the back and box-pleated in
,''- Bo1HER front. A smart checked or plaid
9 1i i H 9. POP'S AWAY IT ? ONLY I t KNOW. ) YEZ WANT Y : wool or cotton would be pretty for
.. --.-..(5E'LLS.... ,'T'HE'M.. -- ;-Uf'. .: AN' I WONDERIF YOU'RE so this frock:-little girls always seem
5- to love gay colors-and be sure to
,F :s n. Eb. .p'...'cil... : _jc' .: I You WOULD SMART AND ,I make up four or five of those crisp

MANYj .Ni ;.r :' ., "': : ,: : ItlTrln HELP ME ? II ALL. white collars In linen or pique. The

-.-..._- ----- --.-'-- .. bloomers, by the way, are includedin
I IG this pattern. '
Pattern OOSC) may be ordered only
Drastic VengeanceOne .. ....
In sizes 2. 4. 6, 8 and 10. Size 6 requires -
form of vengefulness Is to H 1J1I1A'Illfl fl flITS -
2% yards 3G inch fabric and
spite one's dyspepsia by not eating. \
Yi. yard contrasting. j
or stamps (coins preferred) for this
pattern. Be sure to write plainly

Complete, diagrammed sew chart
Send your order to Sewing Circle

\ A sc.HOOLPRO- LEM- WM wt-- ''ttS J Pattern Department, 232 West Eight-
Mo.TS7) HURE eenth Street, New York.CONCENTRATED.
Put Mentholatum In ,\ IF ONe MAW CAN AR.\Tt-lAMA1ic.K \POKJ<1 1' 4RJK 51))( MIN ON TNTtNATS '

the nostrils to relieve fcLJILP' A WALL rlP -HIM? WELL- roB: WOULDIrnTT
irritation and CARE
promote RK I1T
clear Lrealhin IN ONE DAYUllili -'LET SEE J GIT\ UP A ..Irm
HOW "Did Crimson Gulch Democratic -

Gives:. COMFORT; Dally" SIX MEN ?'!- MONTHS? "Of course," answered Cactus Joe.
l "We was havin' one quarrel after an.
I'M SIlCK1 MJl i" I II
III"1 other, and we jes' decided to let political -
Season of ImpulseIn
leaders take the full responsibility -
youth, one does not deliberateon "
for carryin on the argument.
what he wants most. Everything
goes by impulse.

Suitor-Will you marry me, dar-
Help Kidneys ling? f' >.
Grass Widow-Can you afford to
If poorly functioning: Kidneys and 0m ,pay me as much alimony when we
Bladder make you Buffer from Getting
Up Nights. Nervousness Rheumatlo separate as my last husband does?
Pains Stiffness Barninsr. Smarting IrD-0 I
9 Itching.or Acidity try the guaranteed
Doctor's Pre8criptIon Cystex f* steX Must fix yon up or money I
*|f back. Only 75
i I- END OF SEASON Ut, Hu I Early Use of Notebook I

I ECZEMAWTo "1 told Jim all my past history yes I Professor-Can you give me an example -
terday." : of a commercial appliance used

I quickly relieve the itching and "What. did he say?" In ancient times? j A
I burning, and help nature: restore 'Oh, nothing. He Just took out a Student-Yes, sir, the loose-leaf sy. I
skin comfort, freely apply comb Tit-Bits and Magazine.smoothed his hair down."- tern used In the Garden of Eden. 1

ResinolHELP { The Retort Discourteous
Work Simplified"Are Angry Wife-You should have marrIed -
you men raiding that gam- some stupid, credulous girl.
KIDNEYSIF bun,.,: house?" Husbandly dear, 1 did the beat I
"Good grief! are you trying to ImfUite "No," answered Cactus Joe. "Every 1 could.-Answers Magazine.
a hair pin?" body In town Is there at this hour.
your kidneys function badly
and you have a lame, aching "Worse than that. I swallowed one!1" We're taking the census." HONK! HONK!
back, with attacks of dizziness,
burning, scanty or too frequent Compensation Well Explained
urination, getting up at night, Farmer Bentover-That drought costas Four-Year-Old] (from the city visitingfor
swollen feet ana ankles, rheumatic
pains use Doan's Pills. over 6,000 bushels of wheat." the first time in the country)-Oh,
Doan's are especially for poorly Airs. Bentover-Yes, but there Is mother functioning kidneys. Millions of [nothing without some good. During Mother-How do you know It was
boxes are used every year. Theyare that dry spell we could at least get not a horse, :\1nrJ'7.FourYearOldllc'ause.
recommended the country over. lome alt out of the shakers I I aaw it's
Ask your 11eiglzborlDOAN'S faucets. v

PILLS Taking Their Turns
"Now Willie, welt Is the Order of Happiness Allured
Ihe Bath?" "What did you do to make your maiden -

Ladles Wanting Pleasant, Profitable em "Well, sir, In our 'ouse, sir, It's baby aunt happy for Christmas?" .
Smith ployment Pabliohlnr requiring Co..no Tallahassee capital., Flori&a.Address ftrat, Johnny next, and I comes last.r'itr'soa's ."- "Oh, 1 just told her she doesn't looka Bug-My gosh Who said a hor
Weekly. day older." hoe was lucky? I jlR

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-------- IMPROVED------- NURSERY BLOCKS en occasion to choose a physician for fectly with their surroundings. Their

this prevention service. cunningly concealed little nests con
UNIFORM_ INTERNATIONAL CROCHETED ,RUGBy 3. Chilldren, apparently well, whose tain three or four brownish eggs

Ij 0 MJ 1 parents have taken meager steps to equally well protected by their blended -
GRANDMOTHER correct overfatigue dietary
(Lesson neglected teeth and other defects,
I Irll have therein a rather spectacular colors.'g
(By REV. P. B. FITZWATER. D. D.. reason for correcting these general
Member of Faculty. Moody Bible
Institute of Chicago.) health hazards before symptoms of
Western Newspaper Union tuberculosis have brought a belated LIGHT

EARLY CHICKS KEY y- i warning.

Lesson for March 10 O 4. Physicians are aided in increasing .-
their function In preventive medicine

PETER PREACHES TO GENTILES through the reference to them of ANISHTf(

Birds Likely to Come Into such considerable groups of children wITH AoIe
LESSON TEXT Acts 10:1-11:18. who are apparently well but wh givea
Fall Production.By GOLDEN TEXT-Of a truth I per-
positive reaction to the tuberculin ?aj
ceive God Is no respecter of persons:
but In every nation he that feareth test. Pried LAMPLight
M. L. Mosher farm Management Division him, and worketh righteousness, Is accepted 5. Diagnostic service of a' high; As LOW Ae
University of Illinois.-WNU Service. with him. Acts 10:34b, 35. quality is acconpllshed.through the 5.9 5 that floods th.
One of the first things that poultrymen PRIMARY TOPIC-Peter Learns That whole room with a class
local sanatorium staff and is immediately Corn- mellow radiancel I Th.
can do In the new year Increase God Loves Everybody.
made available pl.(. .,--
their avemge annual cash income of JUNIOR 'I'OPIC-Peter Learns Some- to the-family artificial light.
thing New. s physician who is actually supervising More light than SO com-
$20.000,000 from eggs is to buy or INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- the patient mon kerosene lamps. It's
hatch their baby chicks early enoughIn IC-The Gospel for All. light that protects your eight Plenty of light ,
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC for every home need. Easy to operate...
the season. to Only Coleman
keep going.
easy gives you
When properly fed and cared for, Overcoming Racial and National Prej- Nature's Provision so much light for so little cost. Beautiful new
early-hatched chicks are more likely to udices. Widely! scattered over the prairieare models with parchment shades.
See hardware or honsefamishing
come into egg production in the fall The missionary program of the found the desert horned larks. dealer. If he doesn't handle write us.

months when prices are higher.In church having broadened to include the This crocheted rug called "NurseryBlocks' says Nature Magazine. They have i Th. Coleman Lamp ff Stove Company

a group of 26 north-central illi- Samaritans in Philip's preaching in'' Is made up of small blocksIn pinkish-brown backs blending per- C D.pt..lif.{WU128.PUUiUlphJ WichlU..P*.KID; Toronto*.: Cblemeo.,Ontario.15.1 koala t..Iog.l.i5128)I .,

nois farms last the egg sales different color'combinations, as-
Samaria, we see in this lesson the pro-
: amounted to an average of 101 more gram still widening and embracing the ; sembled and then a border crocheted

in the same area because the hens Pentlles. Through the conversion of'' all around. Each block measures
; were raised and fed to produce more about 8 Inches and outer border 4
Cornelius, the middle wall of par- THESE
: J eggs during the .fall and winter months tition was broken down (Eph. 2:14). Inches, making finished size 33 by PICTURES SHOW
when prices were good. The extra 50 inches, and requires about 5 Ibs.
,I I. The Man Cornelius (10:1, 2).
feed used to bring the pullets into of rag strip material.A Modern Three-Minute Way to '
early production amounted only to $36a 1. His official position (v. 1). He rug made of blocks and then as-

farm, thus leaving $68 a farm more was a centurion, a Roman 'officer overa sembled enables you to make a rug Ease Sore Throat
above feed costs. company of one hundred soldiers. in any size or color desired. Make
I k The records kept on these 121 farms 2. His character (v. 2). a. "A devout the blocks in any size. Arrange color
Ease Pain Rawness
showed that the 26 better-paying flocks man'' b. A benevolent man. c. scheme to suit particular room in Soreness

produced 2.r per cent or more of their A praying man. d. Highly respectedby which It Is to be used, or make It Almost InstantlyHere's

eggs during October, November and his family. of hit and miss colors and use it any- '

Decemher. These same flock owners The Lord chose. Cornelius as the where. Either way it remains a i a safe, modern and effective

received an average of five cents a channel of the transition of the gospelto practical rug, and easily made up In h; : ": 4L way to relieve sore throat. A way

dozen more for all eggs sold duringthe the Gentiles because of his character spare time. v ; ; that eases the pain, -rawness and

year than did the other !03 farmers and position.II. Full Instructions for this rug and ,};: irritation in as little as two or three

whose Girds produced less than 10 per Supernatural Preparation for 25 others can be found In rug book minutes. Many doctors advise it and

cent of their eggs in the highpriceseason. the Transition of the Gospel to the No. 25, containing crocheted and 1 I Crush Tablets and in a stir third 3 BAYER glass of Aspirin water / millions are following this way.Try it.

The feed cost was only 1% Gentiles. (10:3-35). braided rugs, also instructions for All you do is crush and stir 3
cents a dozen more on the farms pro- order this about observe crochet stitches used and how to pre-
In to bring BAYER Aspirin Tablets in H glass
ducing the higher' percentage of fall pare your rag materials for use. "
: ; of water and gargle with it twice-
and winter eggs. These differences In This book will be sent to you post-
1. Two visions were given.a. as pictured here. (If have signs
selling price and feed costs when applied -.. paid upon receipt of 15c. you
The vision of Cornelius'vv.. 3-8)). ') of a cold, take BAYER Aspirin and
to all eggs produced on the farms ADDRESS, HOME CRAFT CO., -
accounted for the average $G8 increaseIn While engaged in prayer, an angel of DEPT. C., Nineteenth & St. Louis drink plenty of water.)
God instructed him to send to Joppa
,egg profits.An Avenue, St. Louis. r g Get real BAYER Aspirin Tablets
for Peter, who would tell him what to
average of 40 more eggs were Inclose stamped addressed envelopefor } for this purpose. They disintegrate
do. Cornelius sent at once for Peter.b. .
produced by each hen on the farms reply when writing for any In- Gargle Thoroughly-throw quickly and completely, making a
that fed for fall and winter produc- The vision of Peter (vv. 9-16)). formation. 2 head way back allowing a little your to without
tion. Higher quality of hens, better While Peter was praying (v. 9) he .saw trickle Do not down rinse your mouth throat. Do this twice. irritating particles.

sanitation and health practices and a certain vessel containing clean and BAYER Aspirin prices have been

Improved feeding methods, all contrib- unclean animals let down from heaven, Steps in Fighton decisively reduced, so there's no

uted to this larger production. That and heard the command, "Rise, Peter; point now in accepting other than

the hens were kept busy laying eggs' kill, and eat." Peter protested that he TuberculosisPeriodic ':1,.,, the real Bayer article you want

throughout more of the year seemedto had never eaten any unclean thing.

he an : Important reason for the God replied, "What God hath cleansed,- NOW '.

.-, greater average production for each that.call not thou common." This vessel Examination Most .
bird In the 26 better-paying flocks.iii let down'and' taken hack, indicated ; .
that both Jews and Gentiles were accepted Favored of Methodsin '. .., e.

Allow Ten to Fourteen on high. General Use. 15 '
2. A from Cornelius < If have cold
L messenger sent 1 you! a take 2 BAYER
Hens to One Tom Aspirin Tablets. Drink full glass) of
Turkey (vv. 17-22)). Peter was greatly PRICES Genuine
per- "From the public health aspect the water. Repeat if necessary following on Bayer As P irl.
Ordinarily, about ten turkey hens plexed over what he had seen, but not school program is distinctly second- directions in package. Radically Reduced on All Sizesi

should be ,mated to one tom, but If the for long, for a messenger from, Cor-
ary to the effort to ,control active tuberculosis -
pen be large 12 to 14 hens may he used nelius made inquiry at the gate for in the -
general popula-
with a single young tom, says the Missouri \ him.The Spirit Informed Peter of the ". :
tion, Dr. William Paul Brown says
Farmer. If a large flock of hens matter and bade him go, nothing doubt- in an article on i'The School and Tuoerculosis" METROPOLITAN!i GRAND OPERA
are kept several toms can be used on ing.
In Hjgeia Magazine.
the hens, in which case they shouldbe 3. The meeting of Cornelius and Peter "The periodic examination and the t

alternated-one tom allowed with (vv. 23-33))._ contacts of 'known active cases Is '
the hens one day and another tom the Peter took six witnesses /:: '
a. alongv. much more productive of results In ; ; .
next day etc. Such a mating makes ( 23 cf. 11:12). In a matter of so controlling the disease than the
for extra good fertility because the
great Importance he must have wIt- school study of all pupils. No special -
toms have a chance to rest and feedon .
nesses.b. study of tuberculosis in the
alternate days. Also If one tom announced! te
Cornelius waiting for Peter (v. schools Is warranted unless a good -- "-
should happen to be sterile the
24) called together his kinsmen and program based on these two more Important -
hens with which he mates will i
near friends. phases has had consistent
not he lost. Furthermore. if toms are
c. Cornelius about to Peter
worship promotion.
alternated they can he used/ on a
larger number of hens than where (vv. 25, 26)),' was told by Peter that he "The school physician might detecta
himself was but man' few active in children If
a cases con-
they are used entirely with an Individual -
pen. d. The reciprocal explanation (vv. ditions allow careful auscultation of

If two or more pens are kept: they 27-33). Peter explained how God had the chest and a careful history of exposure -

should he separated so that the toms taken from him his Jewish prejudices. to the infection. However, I I '

cannot fight through the fence and Cornelius explained how God had Instructed many children with demonstrable dis-
him send for ease be missed for at the time
thus waste their time as veil as weaken to Peter. may ,

themselves. More than one tom III. Peter's Sermon (vv. 34-43). they may be negative to auscultationand

should not be placed In the breeding 1. The Introduction (vv. 34, 35) give a negative history.: "

pen at one time unless the pen Is showed that God is no respecter of per- Among the benefits of'a school pro-

large, embracing several l acres. Nests sons (see Golden Text). gram for childhood tuberculosis under -

should be provided which may be a 2. His discourse (vv. 3G-43) touches public health control are the followIng So Easy to Use and It Lasts

barrel, a large box, or a brushpile, and briefly upon the mission of Jesus, showing : .
one nest should be available for every that he was qualified for his work 1. An appreciable number of children Always insist on Simoniz and Simoniz Kleener

five hens. as a Mediator. He then exhibited the ,are found in need of treatment, for your car.If dull,the new,improved Simons

work of Christ.a. and adults with active tuberculosisare Kleener quickly restores the lustre. It's surprising

Old Poultry Lore In his life (vv. 36-39)). He went discovered. ,too,how easy Simoniz is to put on,but
J 2. Families who are not utilizing 1BS it's hard for weather to off. That's why
In a book written about 17.r>0. M. Le about doing good even casting out wear
Reaumur a Frenchman stated: "To demons as a proof of the fact that regular medical supervision are glv- your car stays beautiful when you Simoniz it.

avoid cannibalism}[ do not crowd the God was with him (v. 38)).

, i chicks. Weak legs are prevented by b. In his death (v. 39)). The Just

\ sunlight Moisten feed to fatten poul- suffered for the unjust that he might r
try. Feed animal protein. Do not expand bring us to God (I Pet. 3:18).

i beyond the food supuly. Infer- c. In his resurrection (vv. 40, 41). WHAT DO YOU THINK/I AND THE

: I tile eggs keep better than fertile eggs. God raised him. up the third day, showing i
, The feed affects the flavor of the "
egg. openly that Christ his Son
I In those days they knew nothing of vi- (Rom. 1:4)) and that his was sacrificial TH IE REGULAR PRIG Of NEW CAN IS

tamins, proteins, the importance of bal- work was satisfactory (Rom. 4:25). In
anced rations, and so on, but It is evi- this discourse Peter sets forth

dent that they had learned 'a great (1) The basis of sah-atIon-the sac- CALUMET BAKING POWDER $0 eASY
many things by observation that later I
rificial death of Christ (vv. 39, 40) (2)
have been proved out by experimentalwork.
The scope of salvatlon"whosoever"v.

( 43)salvation. (3)) -The"believeth method on appropriating him" (v.- )IS NOW ONty2f? A POUND! TO OPEN /

Eliminate Infected Hens 43).

Some good reasons for eliminating IV. The New Pentecost (vv. 44.48).

Infected hens from farm flocks are: As the gospel was entering upon its

First, the fertility of eggs from Infected widest embrace the Holy Spirit cameIn I .r

I hens Is low. On the average, 71 new power.V. .

per cent of chicks which are hatched ,: Peter Vindicates His Ministry to
from infected eggs die of pullorum dls- the Gentiles (11:1-18).

ease. Infected hens lay on the average Being called to account for visitingand
less than half the eggs that healthy eating with Gentiles Peter's de-

hens lay.' Thirty per cent of reacting fense took the form of logical argu- -i

hens on the average, die annually, ment, showing how God had set his
whereas the normal death rate In farm seal on the work by the miraculous .
flocks is estimated at about 10 per gift of the Spirit.
cent. i

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FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1035:
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I class they will go to North Carolina
the LaBelle boys here tonight. A
EVERGLADES' FAIR--- a little later to meet other state
SCHOOL NEWS scheduled game with Alva was for-
I.champions in the southeastern -
feited by the Alva team which
the winners there going on .
simply failed to.sh. w up Tuesday .
-- for the Explain the marvelous Willard
national -
I to St. Louis to compete
The local boys were keenly Treatment which Is bringing )
night. (Continued from 1)
page ironclad
HIGH SCHOOL PUPILSPREPARE championship.Both amazing relief.Sold on
disappointed as they had made a money-pact guarantee
FOR DEBATE ises an exhibit from' the Home Dem- boys have been working out
stimulate interestin PRICELESS INFORMATIONfor
effort to
onstration and 4-H Clubs and it is for the past two weeks, and are in those suffering from
the game and a good crowd was
her intention of having the Women's excellent condition. Several other }} Lpa5 STOMACH OR DUODENA
High school pupils are working on hand to witness it.. and I r t ( ULCERS. POOR DIGES-
Home Demonstration Clubs attend the matches Saturday -
: fans plan to TION. ACID DYSPEPSIA
on material for the debate on the The high school boys formed a SOUR STOMACH. GASSINESS -
subject ."Resolved: That Federal Aid scrub team, however, and the fans Girls Clubs get up a worthy exhibit,j night. ,HEARTBURN CONSTIPATION -
for the fail and she is urging the BAD BREATH.
be Granted- for the Equalization of who had come out for a'game were SLEEPLESSNESS OR HEAD-
women in every section of the, I The American Oil Company is ACHES, DUE TO EXCESS ACID.
Educational Opportunities. in the battle they
not disappointed and Ask for a tree copy of Wtltard't Message \\'P.
'Glades to exhibit some product service station at
a new
Try-outs will be held in chapelon gave the first team. There was some J, arc Authorized Willard Dca'ers.
assist in their own_ county exhibit. costing $14,000.
March 14th. The formal debate good exhibitions of basketball from Melbourne Alston Drug Co. Clewiston, lla.
While H. L. Speers, Instructor in :
will be held in the school auditoriumon the boys who have suffered some defeats -
Canal Point 'school, i March 18th, attendance will be early in the season while get- Agriculture doing everything In his power .to ................................................................:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..
by invitation, and no admission will ting into their proper stride.Of .:: '
exhibit in
be charged. At the same time the much pleasure and value to place this year's a representative fair. Our representatives :!: HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW_ I:; ,

one-act play, "The Dummy" will be the team was the trip to Miami last
in Congress have been appealed to :: WILLIAMS ICE-O-MATIC :;:
presented by a high school cast, in Friday to the .district basketball ;

preparation for competing in the .I. tournament. The Clewiston team''I for the a Agricultural representative Department showing from at :!: America's Most Economical Electric *

Tii-Couuty League One-Act Play was matched with the fast Dania
(I I Washington, and from the Housing
Contest on the 20th.A aggregation and went down in de- :: Refrigerator !
t I Administration as well. The merchants -
gold medal, offered by M. E. feat. The Dania lads were so good !:I i
j I I of Palm Beach and West :: Can be purchased with no money down and as low-as X
VonMach, school board member, will they reached the semi-finals of the A' +
Palm Beach will be well represented
be awarded the best debater, and tournament and so the local boys :. $7.75 per month. ':'-
in the Merchant's and Manufacturer's '
three suitable merchandise prizes had no cause to feel humiliated over -|I {

will be also awarded to the three failing to go further in the tour-;i,: tents this year more so than ev- :: CLEWISTON RADIOSHOP: :f
er before. They leaaze the importance -
other debators. The subject is a nament. The boys are practicing :' of the adequate medium of the .:. Authorized R. C. .t\. Victor Sales and Service +

very: appropriate and timely one, and hard, and the remaining games of Y
l Everglades Fair and the business Clewiston Co. Clewiston, Florida :
Drug s:
a great deal of bet-
pupils are spending the season promise to be much
I them in the' 'Glades. :
I that Is here for ,
time in preparing_ their debate ma-' : ter, than the preceding ones. I ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. >
terial. I ..
I I MATHIS BOYS FIGHT ---. .-,--" -

(Moore Haven Democrat)
Admit only clean, constructive news by reading
Headquarters U. S. Marine Corps, Lindsey Mathis. of Moore Haven,
Grade-David Belcher, Ger- has authorized the Savannah Dis- who won the district lightweight THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITORA

aldine Boswell, Peggy Bussell, Nora trict to accept thirty-three candi- championship at the 'AAU boxing Daily Newspaper for the Home ,,... :iIe
gives all the constructive world news but does not exploit crime and
i Mamie Trice. dates for with that crack
service tournament in Miami two weeks ago 1
.candal. Has interesting feature pages for all the family on Women'sActvitios
2ml and part of 3rd-Sue Von organization during the month of and his brother, Edison, who won ; Homemaking, Gardens, Education and Bo/u./ Also pages for
Mach. March. Headquarters of this district 1 I I the Children and Young Folks. Vigorous editorials: and an interpretation of ., .
the flyweight championship in the new in the "March of the Nation Column lira of pecial interest eo men.
ftixl-Jon Vic Emanuel, Philip Mc- are commanded by Major Louis
same meet left Thursday for St. ------ --- -- -- ----

Leod, Billy Redelsheimer, Josephine tell Fagan, U. S. M.. C., and are Es-j Augustine where they will meet the The One Christian Norway Science Street.! Publishing Boston, Massachusetts Society

Digges, Eugene Roberts.4th the Post Office Building, champions in their classes from the Please enter my subscription to Ths Christian: : Science: Monitor- for a

Giadc-Gloria McDuffy, Janie Georgia.The other districts' the state for tho period of One year $9.00 Three months tl.55 "
Six months 4.50 One month 7Sc "
Brantley.5th territory includes Virginia, i state. championship. The matches -

Grade-No honor roll. the Carolinas, eastern Georgia, and will be held tonight and tomorrow Name...................................,.".,'.................... .................

6th Grade-Dick Owen, Renee Florida, and accepted applicantsare II night. The two boxers were accompanied Street.'!. ......................... ...................,...........,..........,.

Wethington, Julia Ann Oglesby, Alice transferred from Savannah to I by R. L. Golden, local boxing City.................. .:............... ..State..,........................... ..
Cowart, Inge Willis, MargaretVon the training base at Parris Island, 'promoter, G. L. McGwigan and Homer Sample Copy on Request

Mach. S. C., midway between Charlestonand I, Hayes. Hayes was defeated in the .... ... .... Jo. ... ... A...... .

7th Grade-Dan Beardsley, J. D. Savannah on Port Royal Sound. Miami meet.

Hooker, Dick Patterson. After' learning the duties of a sea- This is the second consecutiveyear -- .. :," ,.:'

8th Grade-Francis Wright, Wil soldier, the embroyo Marine is trans- that Lindsey Mathis has won :

lie O. Hooker. ferred to a shore station on the east the lightweight' championship at Mi 3 FAMOUS MAGAZINES

!lor west coast, or to one of the coun- ami. Last reason he. was unable to i

100 PERCENT SPELLING try's battleships, cruisers, or aircraft ttend the state meet. Should the boys (A List of 22 to Choose From) I

2nd and 3rd Grades carriers afloat on the seven win the state championshfp in their .

seas. Travel is varied, adventure is AND

I Billy Wright, Nicky Schiffli, Sue enjoyed, and life-long friendshipsare I
: VonMach; Alfred Southard; Douglas formed with fine young Ameri: N:VINN:..:NN:NNNNNI:N:04i':":":":N:.":":":04:'$ : The Tampa Daily TimesONE

state and :: :: i
Emanuel, Dicky WhittingtonLula cans from every territory J : :

Christman, Kenneth Miller, Jimmie of the Union. Extraordinary '.=. New and Used 'i'

r Butler, Annette Simpson. tional facilities are offered educa-I Y.. YEAR

by the Marine Corps |_: FURNITURE .-, -

1. BASKETBALL: GAME:: TONIGHTThe Washington, which conducts corre-i %* y FOR A DOWN PAYMENT OF $1.00

spondence classes with Marines as Y Y. y Y PLUS 15c WEEKLY :

boys. basketball team of the far away as China, where the famous -\

Clewiston High ,School will battle Fourth Regiment and the Legation :!:, BELLE GLADE :i:

I Guard are stationed at Shanghai -\ THIS OFFER OPEN TO OLD':
:I: ::
and Peiping, respectively.All FURNITURE COMPANY i '
applicants should address Marine %* .- :
Recruiting, Post Office Building |: Belle Glade, Florida :j., '

Counselor and Attorney at Law Savannah, Ga. Prompt: and courteous : See the Regular Times Carrier Write Main Office
replies will be returned to pro- :S!: Next Door To Theatre :t tx or
i Hopkins Building for Details

r. Wednesdays and Saturda3'sJ office spective personnel.candidates by an efficient I......... : o...............................................t................... .....................;..

9:30.to. 4:00

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; Postmaster A. W. Lawrence has .:. : ..s'. ,+.

r". Will Handle All Varieties Of had new several series of inquiries United concerning States Savings the :!;:!i Attractive Clewiston ,Home Small Cash Payment :!: :: -

t:, SEA FOOD "
Bonds, known as "baby bonds, .. .
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first, second and third class post :... .:. '''' .:.

f. flees of the nation. several days or-I .!. = :==: :i:
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The bonds are designed for :: ; -:- .:.

_ _ who wish to put their money .:. :=:. '' .
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small rate of interest. The bonds y
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: Good FarmLand inations.The bonds are sold at a discountand 'i''. .... ''.::'' '.'s':.' .

,... are redeemable at maturity in ..::.. :I: : : ''.' ..::.. ..
r ten years at par, the savings made ... : '::' .:.
; : : by purchasing them will amount to : xxX +

approximately 2.9 percent interest. ff

The bonds can be cashed before I Xix

t. torRent maturity under certain conditions.
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of the purchaser and will .'.
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be held in safe-keeping by the U. S. ... .: ':'I1,'s'.

f. treasury if the purchaser so desires. .:.. .s.,!. :.S::,I':' -

'i'S : .... Bonds at the local post office for ? .? '< aao r 6 _' Y'i'

sale are in $25 $50 and $100 de- h
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nominations, and cost $18.75, $37.- + \ .:: '="
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50 and $75.00 respectively: .:. .:. I Is ''{' .'s'.s. .
; Trespassers .. .:. :
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atthe Post y
bonds may be obtained
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GOLF PRO. LEAVES FOR .'. .:. .:. .:,
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Joe Masteis, golf professional, .'. .. +
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! : ; who has been in charge of the Of "f ::: :i:
f rt I Clewiston Course since last fall has :a. The Balance Like Rent -, :: I"":f o-
fl. I left for the summer season in the Pay : U

North. : ..
t I, Mr. and Mrs. Masters are spending ) :!: :i: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :;: ..s.;-

k' Clewistonvyvvvyp a short while in Miami before :: :_: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :: :_t.
returning to their home in Colum-

1;' I L I I Ii Company: bus will The, be Ohio.golf in charge course of and Mr.club and house Mrs. .I n. Clewiston, Home Building Association' n

0. R. Byrd again this summer. Mr.
i i I II I movedto :i: : PHONE 102 : ',: -
and Mrs. Byrd have already

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