The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00564
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1936
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00564
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", II 1 Catholic Mission Contract Is Awarded J

Will Close Sunday For New Water PumpWells ,


The Catholic Mission will end at and Forbes, West Palm

IN HUNTING ACCIDENT St. Margaret's Church with the clos- CROWDS AT SCHOOLThe Beach contractors and low bidderson ON STATE ROAD 25 '

ing service beginning at 3:00 P. .M. the new drainage, pump which is .

,t,, on Sunday afternoon.The to be installed by the Sugarland .

: Elbert L. Stewart, cashier of the Mission, which Is conductedby three-act musical comedy, Drainage District on the Industrial John I

,.". Bank 'of Ctewiston and Hendry County ,Fr W. J. McLaughlin, has been "Cupid Up-To-Date" which was pre- canal, were formally awarded the Belle Glade Williams, manager of the J
print and I II
shop former
t'1 representative, wad seriously Injured very well attended. Fr. McLaughlinhas sented as a matinee last Thursday contract on Monday of this week
resident of Fort
j last Sunday afternoon when delivered a series of Instructiveand afternoon and again Friday night at and Mr. Forbes, who came here to I Myers, died Saturday .
night in the
: he was shot in the back, accidentally inspiring talks. the school auditorium played to nice complete the formal arrangements!>> Clewiston hospital

; by J. A. McGehee, local Standard sized crowds at both performances.The stated that he pected to start work I an hour following an automobile accident .1
On Sunday morning at 9:30 High just west of the Clewiston 1 1I
within the next ten
i1 Oil agent.. The complete load' of play was put on with local tal- days.
: Mass will be celebrated.On j I Dairy on Road 25 in which J. L. I
; buckshot entered his back between, ent and directed by Miss E. Doster, Necessary financing has been arranged -
Sunday evening at 7:30 .Fr. Clifton, Belle Glade carpenter was J
I his waist and neck and although of the Wayne-Sewall: Producing Com- and the way cleared for the
McLaughlin will begin a week's mis killed, Roy Pafford, 'of Belle Glade -
work to forward
fear was expressed for his pany. Miss Mary Snell was accomp go as rapidly as
sion seriously injured, and Van C. Swear-
at Pahokee. 1 possible. ,
recovery at first he is reported as anist.
Ingen, of Miami and candidate for
, being out of danger at this time.
, Miss Doster in Clewiston for '
was the office of State
i I Comptroller,
,The hunting 'party composed of
ten days and the excellent mannerin slightly injured. The accident

W.Mr.Liddell Stewart of, Mr.the U.McGehee S. Engineer and W.of- TOM SHELLEY TELLS which the members of the cast NEW NRS SUPERVISOR red when the car, driven by, Pafford.occur-

performed in their various roles testified and in which the others riding
fice left for
Saturday a
to her able direction and the crashed Into the back of ,
.'" (week-end bunting in the a truck
trip Big
i3Cypress grounds of Hendry and ,Col- ability of the pupils who took part. parked at the edge .of the highway

,Between act performances were to repair a tire.According .
lier counties. They had hunted all
given by Carlton Prevatt, singing | to all the evidence, the '
day Saturday: with no success and the first of February: B.
E. Kelly, Tom Shelley and cowboy; songs to be accompanimentof truck was lighted and was almost
Sunday morning started home. Stop- F. Brown, who for the past month
.. Campbell E. Nail, ,Kiwanis members George Smith and James,Lolley'on off the ,road, the left wheels extend- ,
ping at a head where they
cypress has been Acting District Supervisorof '
had good luck in times past they all, returned the first of the week guitars, and a, song and dance act by the National Re-'employment ing out onto the :pavement. only :.
Miss Barbara Smith. Both numberswere
about nineteen inches: The
,- found fresh turkey tracks, and decided from ,a two weeks trip to Clevelandand Service was appointed District Supervisor truck
greatly; ,enjoyed. loaded with Household
':*., to hunt, in that vicinity., They Peoria to attend the National filling the position left vacant goods and -.
The play cast was as follows: was as far'off the shoulder as it.
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made and sat down to'wait
: camp by the death of W. P. Arledge. '
Road Show in the former city and Dan McDuffie Father 'ould There be
Cupid, Betty' ; safely get. seemed to
: :. until later in. the afternoon to do '
) Other changes effective In the office -,
the Caterpillar) Tractor School in the
:{ Time, Bobby Patterson;... Common no explanation of the accident except '
_their hunting Mr. Stewart started on, the same date was the trans-
latter, and their experiences as Sense, Bernice Guthrie; 'Bully Extreme that the driver of the car must :
if. j 1 out, from camp: 'first and told the fer of J. ,N., Blount to Sebring to
told by Mr. the ,
Shelley was high Ed Clark 'Domestica Flor- believed be in '
; have the truck to ,motion .
i:"S";1 others where he expected to, be,loqatT -. act as ,manager. of the ,office there : "
point of the at the '
:, program weekly ine' Moore; Will Steady, Jack Moor as he passed, and scraped the "
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ed. A short while later the other
: and W. T. Watts; formerly of the .
meeting Wednesday night.. Extreme Hooker side or the Model A Ford 'coach
man; Dolly Billy ; right
'two set out.together in almost a right Live Oak office here to take Mr.
', angle direction. Liddell stated More than anything else 'Mr. Shelley John Scientist i Connie Clark; ,Sen., Blount's place.. No other changes, are against the rear end of the truck. .

-:',: that he stopped first ,and built himself was impressed by the snow and Bing, Louise Bussey;'' Cora Dumb, expected to be made in the office The car Is thought' ta have turned .-

)r, blind Mr McGehee cold weather. The trio encountered Mildred Ward; Dora) Dumb, Julian over several times and rolled to th'
f! a going on personnel.Mr. I ,
ijf* ; further into the swamp.' About thir- a snow: and sleet storm on the way Oglesby; Eddie Freeiers"e, LeRoy edge of the highway. The two pass-
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ty minutes later he heard a shot and up in Tennessee and saw plenty more Hare; ,Freddy Freeverse' Jimmy Brown is very anxious that everyone engers on the right 'side of. the car .

: also thought he heard of the same weather before their return Hall. in the district understandthe were the two killed. '
i cry
C t?'--, cut but was not positive until Mr. Mr.; Shelley stated ,that he had Chorus girls were :Peggy Gallant, service which the NRS is tryingto The printing shop In Belle Glade

FT : McGehee came running back to never seen, a great deal, of snow and Annie Mathis, ,Christine Bell, Martha giye'and has asked this paper to which Mr. Williams operated Is owned -

*' where he was to say that he had accidentally was greatly impressed.. Nell Alston, Bernice O'Neal, Dot cooperate with 'him in telling the by Keathley Bowden, publisher

f;.. shot Mr. Stewart. 'He told of their visit to the Road Hare, 'Ethel Willis, 'Katherine Wi- people of the district, that although of this paper and other lake papers

:,' The two men made Mr. Stewart Show in which every conce'ivabletype andt, Barbara Smith, Runelle Mc- the primary purpose:: of Works the. NRS is I I and Mr. Bowden ,was notified as ,soon, '

. as comfortable as possible in their of equipment was displayed, in Gehee,. Renee Wetherington, Margaret to place' men"on Public projects I as. the accident occurred. Mr. Williams -
in the vicinity that the service
car and set 'out for Clewiston, the one of the finest, if not the largest VonMach, Janice, Wynn, June I although badly Injured, never

return trip taking just two hours. exhibitions of the kind, ever held. Hooker: Irene ''Neighbors, Elizabeth is also intended to'aid In emPloY-I lost consciousness and was able to'
ment of all
He has been confined to the Clew- There were 230 exhibits valued at Winn, LaDeen Peters, Ann Pafford, give a very good description and
whether it, be a
*j Iston hospital since under the care several million dollars covering a Louise 'Prewitt, Marjorie Allen, Jo I many details to Mr. Bowden who was
small farmer The office also attempts -
, s" of Dr. O. F, Schiffli. The latest report floor space 'of two and a half acres. Ann iouchPatricia Ann 'Bailey, with him until his death.
to prevent the migration of
"I from Dr. Schiffli is that thereIs He stated ,that ,heavier equipment- Charles Benbow, Faith Louise Mitchell when'seasonable The body of Clifton was taken to
labor and niigra- '
no further danger but that the missing for the past two years :in Harriet Alston; Gene. Mills, .Junior tions''ar'e Fort Myers as soon as it .could be
necessary to attempt to
buckshot which are lodged in, Mr. such shows, was beginning to be displayed McCracken, Mary Louise Thomas arranged and Williams' body taken,:,.'--:' -
keep them from moving so rapidly
. Stewart's back will be allowed_ to remain again. 'He told of a gigantic Nancy Jo Wright, Phyllis Mc- there later. Funeral services were '
that there will be dearth of laborin
:' "- there only to be taken out if carrying scraper which hauled 24 Cloud, Mamie Johnson, Emily Joyce held. : at 3:00. Monday afternoon and
one place and more than can be
:: ., and when they may cause trouble. yards at a, trip, of a three-quarter Bullen, Billy ,Perry, Sonny Vaughn used in another. He asks that the all the' newspapers which are published

t x':' In his story of the accident, Mr. yard power shovel 'mounted on an Mary Ann Jones, James Howard,. El- by Mr. Bowden closed their
farmers and 'of the section I
growers ,
;}.." McGehee stated that he saw the Indiana truck, the huge tractor display -: sie Bembry.. .. offices during the services in respect
', come to his office ,and discuss their
,:, fawn-colored jacket which Mr. Stew- of every conceivable type including to the memory of their fellow worker
labor problems'and believes that a
vart: was wearing through the dense duplicate of the tractor who had worked at various timesin
: system may be worked out which will
: (Continued on page 5) used by Admiral Bird on his Antarctic Many Have AppliedFor all of the offices. He is survived ,
solve all such problems for the future '
!' expedition and various safety devices by his wife and one daughter, Mrs.
if the proper team-work can be
.I:'J" U. S. Draftsmen Maketi' which had been perfected in- Bonus CertificatesJames had between the NRS office .and the Victor Brown, of Everglades, and
cluding a new type of railway bar- I two sisters, Mrs., Kate Kellow and
people of the section.
Boat Trip To Projects rier which rises out of the pavementon Mrs. Mary Leeson. ,

either side of the traclf as a train E. ,Beardsley, service offic Pafford was treated at the Clew-

t approaches and makes ''a barrier thata er for the local American Legion I Church Supper Is H.eldl iston hospital and was later removed ,

Draftsmen of the U. S. Engineer car cannot get through no matter post has' already taken the applica- r to. a hospital in West Palm Beach .

sub-office here, many of'whom had at what speed'it is travelling. Members tion of thirty World War veteransfor For Canvassing TeamsA His condition is still regarded as

E" never seen the entire Okeechob asked Mr. Shelley, many ques adjusted service certificates anda I critical. Swearingen was also' removed -

.:'', project were treated to a trip pvor tions which he cheerfully answered. total of the'eIitire amount of these -- I to West 'Palm Beach and late to ...'

.:: the project Sunday in the Engineer's Mr. Nail has been ,asked to describe certificates amounts to $30,264, or church supper was held Monday Fort Myers. His injuries, although :

Jpppection launch, "Kissimmee." I the Caterpillar school at the a little over a thousands dollar average night at 'the manse for the members painful, were not considered seri _,

t-'A;'- The route taken was straight next meeting.The per man. Most all of the num- of the canvassing teams who started ous.

:;' ,,' across the lake from Clewiston to birthday greeting of the week ber have borrowed up to half of what out immediately afterward to secure Swearingen is a former attorn y.

' the auxiliary floodway channel near was to Miss Marion Leydig, pianist is due and 'it is estimated that fifty pledges to carry on the work of 'the general of Florida and recently announced -

'. Fisheating Creek, through that and associate member of 'the club. I. percent of the total amount will rep- Community Church. Hostesses were his candidacy for the office

channel to the levee canal and down M. Pafford introduced her as the resent the amount received in the Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs., B. E (Continued on Page 8)

. the levee canal to Moore Haven. "most successful business man" of new bonds.A I Herring and Mrs. J. G. Niblack.

-' From Moore Haven they 'went down the club. She was presented with, a large number of the applications The result of the canvass will be I County Commissioners !

Three-Mile canal and crossed Lake basket filled with pop-corn and so made have been made by colored vet- announced Sunday evening at church

Hlcpochee to where the canal is dammed arranged as to look like .a ,family erans and_ only six of the total num-' services but unofficial returns Indi- Hold Regular MeetingThe '

and they could go no further. washing. Miss Leydig expressed her ber served in the Navy. 'Some of the cate that the canvassers are doing 1

They returned to Moore Haven, followed thanks, and replied that she was ,cel- larger amounts 'are ,to be received by great work and will go well '"over
,'_ the levee canal to' Liberty' ebrating ,her seventeenth birthday those! who will need the money bad- the top" of the quota set by the Board of County Commissioners (

: Point and had lunch aboard the to colored committee. County, at their >
;. government again.A ly., One for $1,557 goes a budget' of Hendry f
ft. quarter boat which Is sta- discussion of the recreation laborer of the community, another Those attending the, supper were: regular monthly meeting at LaBelle 'f

r}; tioned there with a rip-rap crew under park project followed and the committee for $1,565 goes to a lake fisherman. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson' Mrs. R. N. Tuesday approved a petition, sign- s

(1' Geo. F. Lloyd. urged every member to do Only one former officer has so far Smith, Mrs. H.: 0. Peters, Mrs. Mar- ed, by twenty-eight Clewiston residents -

t.t After lunch the trip continued everything possible to have this pro- made application.Mr. ion Leydig, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. for a county road in east Clew- '

(,)' across' the lake from Liberty Point ject completed.. Beardsley states that the colored Leah Spicer, Mrs. W. W.,. Perry, Mrs. iston from Sonora Avenue to Fran-

:.." to the mouth of the St. Lucle. From veterans almost every time have F. M. Molts, Miss Dorothy Lockhart, cisco Street and along that street to
here they followed the levee canal all of the necessary papers required J. E. Beardsley, W.. C. Owen; M. E. Road '25.Among.

r,.. !back to Clewiston stopping in eachof Stubbs To Defend before the application is made. The Yenawine, A. W> Sias, R. N. Smith, other items of business

;.. the towns as they passed for short papers are often In envelopes almosttoo I. M. Pafford, Junior Thomas, B. E. transacted was the approval of the

t'':::'' visits. New Deal Over Radio old and worn to hold the con- Herring, W. C. Prewitt and F. M. intangible tax list prepared by Tax

. : Those making 'the trip were Chief tents. One negro applied this_week, Wright. Assessor Hurd L. Reeves, the passingof

\ Draftsman I, M. Pafford, R. 'N. and his papers showed that' he had a resolution asking the state for

'{.:.J 'Smith, R. H. Collins., Rufus L. Smith, Coming to the defense of the New duly been in the service five days. LADIES AID OYSTER SUPPER I $7,500 to be charged against the
.' Sam Houser, J. A. Rumbley, M. T. AT INN TOMORROW NIGHT allocation of gas tax funds and arrangements
State D. Stubbsof
Deal Attorney Roy
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Ironmonger, Carl E. Johnson, for a Hendiy county
tI: Hoomes Rich and Arthur Stile. this district, will give an address BATON PRESENTED TO The annual. Ladles Aid Oyster booth at the Fort Myers Fair whichis

> next Wednesday night, February 12, DIRECTOR BY CHORUSThe direction of Commissioner -
supper will be held at the Inn tomorrow to be under the

STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING at 10:15 p. m. over'stations WFLA (Saturday) night and the Alto 'Hires.

,.:.. -,.. and WSUN_ at St. Petersburg.Mr. chorus of the Community committees in charge have arranged A discussion of the sale of a county ,+

: According to published notice in Stubbs was recently appointed Church met at the home of Mrs. plenty to oat for the large number dragline to the State Road De

this issue the stockholders of the on the Speaker's Bureau of, the M. R. Lawler following choir prac- who are expected to be present. An partment was held wand tabled until

t > National Democratic Committee and tice last Thursday night for refresh- admission price of fifty cents will machine can be repaired, or until

Association, I that he Is an able speaker may be ments and presented their director, be charged. it Is seen' whether or not the Road

",f., in the Administration Building next'' vouched for by those who have heard J. E. Beardsley, with an, ivory Dinner will be served from five o'- Department will' make the necessary

7'J': Monday evening, February 17, at him in many of his public addresses -I mounted baton as a token of appreciation clock until eight and a special enter- repairs.

{,- 8:00. of the past few years, and in his for his work in directing recent tainment program has been arranged. The regular March meeting of the _

;>'f The main item of business to be closing talks to juries in the time musical programs.A For anyone who may not' care Board will be postponed until a later ,-

\ transacted will be the election of I he has been State Attorney. He is short length of mop-handle, for oysters, the ladles have arranged date so that as many members of

:: three Directors for three year-terms well-known here and there are many brightly polished was also presented to substitute baked ham, and the the board as possible may attend the

f-.:'- and one director for'" an. unexDlredl. who will be glad 'to listen to rig!! Mr R>ardsley. as an everyday entire menu is one to tempt the !m.gst State Road Board meeting' ." ta" ; 9rlan*

,.' i t grin of ops year, ,defense of the! Admfnistratfonl! l baton Jaded appetite, do.. on_,. March. __. 3.IJ. \ .

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STILL BEING USEDIN Teach the ,Mrs. to Drive?'

man who has any relish for fine 'fCrnJmll 1W! CENTRAL SOUTH

-forlUng either discovers new beauties :Now we're all set, just turn the'

t or receives stronger Impressions from Evidences of a survival ,of the jigger over and push on the hickey

I the masterly strokes of a great author French language and customs in various with jour left hand and pull down.

I every time he peruses him ; be-' HWJ W portions of the Mississippi val- on the other little jim-crack with.

I I sides that he naturally'wNU'S himself ley from Illinois to Louisiana arc your right, then press down the doo-

I Into tile same manner of speaking related by Prof. Joseph M. Carriereof dad with your foot and pull th'

Ij j and thinking. the romance language departmentof thingumbob at the same: time, and

when It starts you push down on
Northwestern university. For the
, By Edwar Pickard past two years' Professor Carrierc the doofunny with your left foot
YouR and the back then
yank umptjdiddy ,
USUALOOWLOFMILR Ioi (D Wotcm Newspaper Union has made an extensive study of the
"Cajnns let up on the footdingus and pu*
dialect of 'the their folklore
;your other ,foot on the hickey-ma-
Bond Bonus Passed the remains of 'the dead king, GeorgeV and legend in the picturesque':
Baby doodle; and don't forget; to push down
by the archbishop of Canterbury, Evangeline country of ,
Over President's Veto I the hootnapny every time you move
assisted by the archbishop of York and immortalized: In Longfellow's poem,
of the veterans' bonus by the what 'ounia 'caIlit, and you'll be '
PAYMENT bishop -
1IC the 6f Windsor. The late ruler's "Evungeline. .
means of baby bonds payable on demand body had been lying in state for Ancestors of the Acadians, or "Cnjans" liunkydorey ', see-Troy TimesRecoid.

was enacted into law by con- two days In Westminster hall, London, who speak a French derivative _

V iii gress, and the money for the ex-sol and thousands upon' thousands of dialect settled in Louisiana after the

diers' will be available on June 15. mourning Britons had passed sadly by English had exiled them from Nova Receiving Advice ,
The Harrison compromise bonus bill all 'Scotia for refusal If there ,are few who have the humility
, the bier, while other throngs filled to fcwear rllegl-
r OLD KING COLEIS that went through the senate and house the churches 'at special services. In ance to the British: after the latter to: receive advice as they

,easily, was vetoed by President Roosevelt the funeral procession King Edward had conquered the country. The! ought; it is often because there are
A MERRY OLD SOUL The l House Immediately and enthusiastically few who have the discretion to convey '
VIII in 17, In
colonization tracing
NOW',THAT HE EATS ROAST BEef. walked behind the catafalque started >o. ,
HE HAS HIS TUMSIF repassed the measure. wearing the uniform of an ,admiralof the survivals of French colonization It in a proper vehicle, and to

HEARTBURN COMES. The senate was a little more delIber- 'the fleet. With him were his brothers of the Mississippi valley, Pro- qualify the harshness' and bitternessof
ate, but within three days It, too, had reproof by an artful mixture'of .
told of his
r.. THEY GIVE HIM QUICK RW&I and after' them 'came Innumerable fessor Carriere experiences -
overridden the disapproval of the: Chief representatives of foreign nations, in Battlements in southern Illinois sweetening' ingredients.-Seed.Beware ,

Executive, and the bill was made law. these ''Including kings and princes. The and Missouri where he encountered -
LEARN HOW TO EAT The vote In the senate was 7G to 19.
United States was, represented by Nor- groups who still speak French
) FAVORITE FOODS In the, house It had been 324 to 61. man Davis, ambassadoratlarge.Albert and sing, French songs," Professor Coughsfrom

It was'a notable fact that all the Carriere said. "The Is true of
Z' Without Heartburn...Gas...Sour Stomach same
;;r senators-93; in number for' HueyLong's the inhabitants on the island of:Kas-
test that has switched millions to Sarraut Becomes colds
1'"... MAKE successor has not yet taken his common
'Munch 3 or 4 of them after eating kaskie in the Mississippi. The -
':; a meal of your favorite foods or when too much -seat-were present and'voting./Notable, Premier of France: once here
}, come other cause has belching t on acid indigestion but not strange when'.one remembersthis FRANCE'S new government, under ed In 1700." In St. Genevieve, Mo., Hang
e sour stomach gas or heartburn.See is nn election Flfty-seven
as premier It Is
:,,-1: how food "taboos" vanish. You are not ; in the "tiff mining" country, Professor -
. .
::; taking any harsh alkalies which physicians! say Democrats, 16 Republicans and 3 Radicals hoped will stand, up until the spring' Carriere told of encounteringdozens matter how many medicine
l increase the tendency toward acid indicesuon. La Follette of Wisconsin Ship- you have tried for your cough,chest.
may It'It
(i., .Instead a wonderful antacid that works elections. does the results will of families who still speak cold or,bronchial irritation, you can,
;:, in an unusual way by dissolving only enough stead and Benson of Minnesotavotedfor not be happy for Italy French. The village itself retains get relief now with Creomulsion..
{ to correct stomach acid '. just like candy. the, bill while 12 Democrats and for It will take a much Serious trouble may be brewing and,
if' Only,lOc a rolL At all drug stores. the physical atmosphere of France, cannot afford to take a chance
7 Republicans voter: against it you :
stronger stan F. FOR THE TUMMY many with anything less than Creomulsion -
TU \ The galleries were filled and there of the League of and surrounded by'gardens reminiscent -" ; which goes right to the seat.

'('' .-M' S'QJ was wild cheering when the vote was Nations than did that of France. of the trouble to'aid nature, to.
TUMS ARE amused soothe and heal the inflamed membranes -.
; .. ."r." announced. Republican senators of Laval. The new
ANTACID. .#I'C Most ,of his study was devoted to
( as the germ-laden phlegm
themselves and the spectators by twitting foreign minister is
h HOT A LAXATIVE Jj Rur"U the Teche river valley in southwestern Is loosened and expelled.

.... the Democrats on their failure, to Plerre-Etlenne Flan- Louisiana where he sought evi- Even if other remedies have.

stand by their I ,chief, the most volubleof din, noted for his pro- dences of French survivals among failed,: don't be discouraged, your
?: Absolves Others the twitters being Senator Hastingsof British tendencies; and druggist is authorized to guarantee
'i, One thing to be said In favor of Delaware. the "Cajan" population. It was here Creomulsion 'and to refund ,your
{, the who boasts he Is self-made Joseph Paul-Boncour, that t most of the Acadians settled money If you are not satisfied with
Informed of the vote, President no friend of Mussolini, following their flight from Nova results from the very 'first. Bottle..
>;: is that ,he absolves everyone also Roosevelt at once ordered government Alb .'Sarraut Is the minister of state Scotia "Longfellow Is the idol of Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.)
from blame.CHAPPED to for payment of e. concerned with
departments prepare chiefly these people," Professor Carriere

t' the bonus certificates as quickly as league affairs. In other respects thereis said. '"It Is not uncommon to see his Dandruff
accuracy will permit. Secretary of the nothing especially notable about '
f, picture In the place of honor In halls
Treasury Morgenthau said that the the Sarraut cabinet. Regnier Is retained
and,homes. The people believe In the Formed in
c', payment would be the most difficult as finance 'minister, and he Is _
authenticity of the poem "Evange-
, mechanical task the had faced committed to the of de
( treasury Laval_ 1 'policy
line; claiming that the true charac- Flakes
" in Its history."' He, said the treasury fending the franc ters were Emmeline Labiche and ,
would need $2.500,000< ) ) and the veter, Flandln went to London for the
Louis Arsenault, the Evangeline and
y SKIN' ans' administration $5,000,000 to Increase funeral 'of King George and, It Is rumored -
Gabriel of Longfellow's poem. They Scalp Itched Badly-Quick
the force to take care of the ', in Paris that he would sound ,
maintain that Evangeline did not
Job. More than seven million .Interest out ,British bankers on the subjectof Relief with Cuticura:
die In Philadelphia as Longfellowsaid
calculations will be necessary.Al a ,loan of three billion francs which ,
.:: ,
To quickly relieve but that she returned to, St.
/chapping and roughnessA' the French treasury sorely needs. Martinsville where she discovered Miss K. was in constant misery JS)
\ Smith's Indictment With Laval In the discard, the British for over a :year with dandruff. Then JJ
apply soothing, that Gabriel had married and where she tried Cuticura and '
cooling Mentholatum. of, the New Deal might look' on, this suggestion with she died of a broken 'l heart. There Read her, own words: -
Q favor.
CAN either take on the'man- is a tombstone in St. Martinsville "I was annoyed with big flakes' of

"WE of hypocrisy or we can where Emmeline Labiche 'or Evan dandruff and an itchy scalp. It

CVes COMFORT >Daify. take a walk; and we'll]) probably do Leaders, of Jewry Plan geline Is supposed to be burled." itched day and night for over a year.
," Exodus From The dandruff scaled off.and,could be
the, latter. GermanyIF I
seen on my clothing."I .
That' ;danYou'e These words, of Al PLANS announced In St..Louis by Find, 800-Year-Old "Bowl" tried Cuticura Soap and Oint- i

': an ror fred E. Smith Jn his leaders of world Jewry are carriedout Where Games Were ment after seeing an ,advertisement.I ;
got' to know a man very Played
speech at the American :there Is to be another exodus, this am now entirely,free from the condition '
well and long before he'll tell ;'ou'any -
Liberty league time from Germany where the Jews and my hair looks fine."
personal' gossip. Discovery of a large oval, "howl"where ,
(Signed) Miss E. Kennedy, 267
dinner In Washington are greatly oppressed by the Hitler
prehistoric America'sexciting Grand St. Calif.
were perhaps the' most ites. Sir Herbert Samuel, eminent -
games were played 800 years ago is For skin or.scalp, complaints
Interesting and significant British Jew attending the natIonal'' -'-
Cardui Helped Three Times Dr. external ; rashes
announced at Flagstaff, Ariz., by origin-pimples ,
of his utterances council of Jewish federations and welfare -
,r "I used Cardui, when a girl, for, Harold S. Colton of the Museum ,of Itching and burning of eczema
cramps, and it helped_then," writes on that occasion, for funds said a definite method Northern Arizona. Cuticura relief Is promptly soothing.

_ Mrs. Ike Wright, of ,Sealy, Texas., he professed to be would be formulated soon to providefor The discoverypronounced amazing = Never smarts. Soap 25c; Ointment.25c.

Next, after marriage, she reports speaking for "the' dls-. the gradual emigration of at)least 'made Arizona Buy BOTH today. FREE sam-
in northern
was "
having taken Cardui when she felt ciples of Jefferson. 100,000 of the German relch's estimated ples. Write"Cuticura; Dept. 18.
near Flagstaff, by a joint expeditionof -
weak, nervous and restless before -:-' Jackson and Cleve- 430,000 Jewish population. The undertaking Maiden, Mass.--Adv.:
AI I Smith the Museum and Arizona State
her children were born. And during : ]and" and concerning| will be financed by a fundof

middle life,' it helped her again."I their action In the Democratic national about 515,000,000: raised by Englishand Teachers College of Flagstaff, led
was miserable," she explains. "I did by J. C. ,McGregor.The .
not have an appetite. I was very blue and next June when- the delegates American Jews. find archeologists be- 0
upset. I remembered Cardui ,had helpedme are asked to Indorse the doings surprises
took it : before has it been real-
so again and soon began to administration cause never
of (he Roosevelt
pick I : There Convictions in
up. ate and had more strength. I Three ball
ized that
kept up the Cardui and did not have any could be no misunderstanding Smith's games-national sportof
more trouble. Is it any wonder that I meaning, and he must now' be Morro Castls Case ,Mayas, Aztecs, and other Indiansof <:
recommend Cardui to all friends?" considered Be Sure They
my JURY In the United States District Mexico-were popular over so Properly
the leader of
Thousands of women testify Cardui benefited the conserva- A _
them. If it does not benefit YOU, ti\e Democrats In their revolt againstthe court In New York returned verdicts wide an area of ancient America. Cleanse,the Blood

consult a physician. policies of the New Dealers. The of guilty against acting Capt The game court now, excavated is YOUR kidneys are constantly filter.

concern of the administration Democrats William F. Warms and three codefendants an oval bowl about 100 feet long and matter from the blood

Gambling American Is now as to how extensive will In the criminal negligencetrial 45 feet wide, with slightly pointed stream. But kidneys sometimes lag in .

Americans like to make- money because he ,the bolt ; and whether the conservatives resulting-from the disastrous, fire ends. The.sloping' sides, ,Doctor Col- their work-do'not act as nature in :

they like all games of chance.FOUND will put up their own ticket,'support that swept.the,Morro, Castle off Asbury ton said, must have been seven, or tended-fail poison the system to remove when impurities retained.that

the Republican nominee or mere- Park, ,September 8, 1934; taking a toll eight feet high, and the ,floor was Then you may suffer nagging back
ly stay away from the polls. Of courseIn of 134 lives. level. A goal was made of four ache, dizziness, scanty or too frequent

'any case the Republican cause will Besides l : Warms, those'convicted were rocks In the floor.-Science, Service. urination,getting up at night, puffiness .

be aided materially, unless the guessesof Eben Starr Abbott, chief engineer of under the,eyes" feel nervous- miserable

its I leaders are till wrong. the binned ship ; Henry E. Cabaud, Open Season -all upset.

y f,:' My Ideal Remedy New Deal Democrats were quite undismayed executive vice 'president of the New Harry M. Fisher, Xenia, Ohio, railroad -, Doan's Don't especially delay? Use.Doan'for poorly func-Pill*.

J'HEADACHE by the Smith speech, willed York & Cuba Mail Steamship company engineer, wants a bird catch'erto ,tioning kidneys. They are recom-

they declared, was weak and Ineffective operators of the Ward Line, and supplement his locomotive's cowcatcher I mended by grateful users the countryover.

,, ; I remedies"Though Capudine I have tried suits all good me They announced that Majority Leader the New York & Cuba company Itself. Ills headlight went out"sud- I' Get.them from, any druggist.

best. It is quick and gentle." Joseph T. Robinson of the senate Charges of negligence and cowardice denly lie Investigated and found a

u,:. :':',:i Quickest its because it is liquid- would deliver the official reply In a on the part of officers and crew' hen pheasant,had flown Into the light.
L' ingredients -
vsx ; are already dis- DOAN SPILLS"How
!x I solved. For headache, neuralgia radio address, and unofficial 'answers' of the liner were, made by survivors shattered the lens, and wedged Itself

'y-., aches-periodic pains. Ito Smith's denunciations came from testifying at the trial.: Abbott was In, the reflector. ,I

various\ sources. One of the latter by shown to have, .scrambled Into one of

Donald 'Richberg and Melvin D. nil- the first lifeboats, put overboard after-

dreth on behalf of the National Pro ordering an. assistant to go below and

gressive league, dug up this quotationfrom Investigate the progress of the lire.

one of Smit 's. speeches In the Warms wus accused of delaying the
WNU-7 G 30 1928 compaign : sending out of an SOS until It was
do I feel. r ,:,
The cry of socialism has been too late. .

If Weak, Run Down, patented that, desire by'to'pllt the powerful a damper Interests on progressive Six Army Flyers Killedin Rotten why do, you ask ? H t

,legislation. Failing to meet Plane Collision

Feeling SluggishCleanse arguments fairly ,and squarely, special night formation lying ,neat "Because, ;' '
I Interest falls hack the DURING
on old
your intestines. or wastematterdon't two army planes collided you ore not yourself /"
allow poisons to con- stock phrase of socialism To referto above the Hawaii military air '

tinue to accumulate and break down the remedies for all these evilsas base and fell In flames. Six of the fly-' TT is all so simple, too I That tired,run-down,exhausted feeling quite
your vitality and health. For biliousnesa. state socialism Is not constructive Instantly killed two escapedby JL often Is due to lack of a sufficiency of those precious red-blood-cells.
dizzy spells sick headaches, ers were
I upset stomach, bad breath, 'or lack statesuianshp, It Is not leadership ; and bailing out. The dead were: Just build' up these oxygen-carrying cells and the whole body takes on,
: of appetite, due to constipation take leadership Is what this country Is ,hun new life .fdod is really turned into energy and strength. you can't '
Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Lara- gry' for today." Lieut William G. Beard twenty- help but feel and look better. S.S.S.Tonic restores deficient red-blood- .

: live Powder for quick relief. It is eight :San: Francisco pilot of one of cells'. .if also improves the appetite and digestion. It has been' the .

mild-but effective-it acts gently, the planes; Staff Sergt. Bernard F. nation's standby for over 100 years.. and unless your case is exceptional
\ yet thoroughly and removes that Stately Funeral of Jablonowsky, thirty-three ; Private JohnB. It should help you, too. Insist on S.S.S. Tonic in the blood-red
: clogged condition of the bowels. Get England's Late The size is sufficient for two
the large yellow tin ,box from King Hartman 'twenty-seven, Chicago ; cellophane-wrapped package. big 20-oz.
druggist. Price 25c. your FOR two minutes Tuesday afternoon Private Bruce Taylor, twenty-six, Pu- weeks' treatment...it's more economical. Q The S.s,s.Co., '
DR. HITCHCOCK'SLaxative ( .. time) there was silence yallup, Wash. ; Private Truman: J. ':C ? -- "

\ throughout all the vast British empire.In Gardner, tvventy-seven, Olney. Ill., and S'I }
Powder St. leorge's chapel at Windsor the Private Gordon M, Parkhuibt: forty 3 ) : ( ;XPJ;' ,(lll( / lJ( llfl g"ti :

I beet pitps were being performed over three, Yorkvllle, N. Y. I

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,."> }/ WEEK I SUNDAY ILesson to "Alkalize"AcidIndigestion

Iodine stains may; be removed from
white cotton linen If stains'
Member of Faculty. Moody Blbl or are
f:" : Long Live the King! ., Institute of Chicago soaked In a solution of ammonia and Away

': I Edward Makes Promises Western Newspaper Union. water, a teaspoon of ammonia, to a .

Real Spending Ahead pint of water. 'I
{.? Tribute to T. R. Lesson 4g for February 9 Amazingly Fast Relief Now .
Place a hot water bottle In the
il King Edward the Eighth, now solemnly "Acid ,
from Over
{ JESUS INSISTS ON RIGHTEOUSNESS clothes basket when hanging out and :
be -
; proclaimed king, wlU remembered -
( taking In clothes in cold weather. It "",
as the Indulgence
will keep the hands'warm.. ,
-, first king of Eng-
ets'h LESSON TEXT-Luke 39-49.. and Upsets
land that flew
'' ever
, GOLDEN TEXT-Why call ye me Lord ?/
If fruit cake becomes hardit
air toward very
t;; through the Lord, and do not the things which i
be in cloth saturated
the throne. say?-Luke 6:46. can wrapped a ,
He tool a separate PRIMARY 'I'OPIC-Jesus. Tells U. with orange or spiced peach juice I JI/I I
oath "to respect What to DoJUNIOR -and stored in an air-tight box. .
the Church of TOPIC' Je3us', Code foi IF you want'really quick relief frequent sufferer from "acid
Is Helpers. from an upset or painful stomach," use Phillips' Milk of ,
Scotland. There INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR If'cake is very hard it can be :
1. + S stomach condition- -arising from Magnesia SO minutes meals..
hard fighting back TOPIC-Overcoming Our Faults made into a delicious pudding ,by after
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT acidity following over-eating, You'll forget have stomach! ,
of that. you a ;
Religion: : steaming 30 minutes in double boiler, .
TOPIC-The Test of Our
_and ,serving hot with any, desired. ; smoking, mixtures' of foods or ,When you buy, see that any
fuR Edward the In verses 20-20 Jesus sets forth the sauce-hard, creamy, foamy or fruit.. stimulants-just; try this: box or bottle you accept is clear-

V Eighth will mount Inner spiritual condition of ,those, who ., -* ... I, Take -2 teaspoonfuls of Phillips ly marked "Genuine Phillips'
: the throne for the are members of his kingdom. In the A few bright colored flower pots, ",; Milk: of Magnesia in a< Milk-of, ,Magnesia."
first time at a Joint : lesson text for today he sets forth the with a narcissus bulb planted in full: glass" of water' OR 2Phillips' '
session of the lords i principles governing the life of his each, set on the window-sill In the Milk of Magnesia

Arthur Brl.bnne and ,commonS, and i followers. living room will, when the bulbs Tablets, the exact equivalentof Ir SIGNS WHICH OFTEN
-solemnly promise to "maintain the i I. Love Your Enemies (v. 29). blossom, give color and decoration the liquid form. C '
true Intent of your enactments to the Love here Is not mere natural affec to the room. INDICATE "ACID STOMACH"PAIN (
_j best of my powers" tion. Love is not sentiment but is the This acts almost immediately to '
After his coronation, the king must sincere desire for the welfare of an- When alkalize the excess acid in the AFTER EATING SlEEPlESSNESS
a-. -formally declare his adherence to the other, and the willingness to do all In maple sirup becomes cloudyset stomach. Neutralizes the acids FEltING OF WEAKNESS INDIGESTION
it over the fire until it boils, then NAUSEA MOUTH ACIDITY
Protestant church, and his obligation that whichIs that cause headaches nausea:
one's power to accomplish ;
take, it off the fire and. let cool. lOSS OF APPETITE SOUR STOMACH
"never to marry a Roman Catholic." good for the Individual. To love and indigestion pains._ You fed fREQUENT HEADACHES
't "That dates bapk jo the Stuarts. friends Is easy, but to love enemies is results at once.
Don't beat fudge as soon as it is
j; King Edward, who Is not supposedto to those who have been :- Q
only possible taken from the fire. :You will find it Try it. AND if you are a :?
contemplate marriage, Is the official born again ,
will be much creamier if first put
head of the churches of England and II. Do Good to Them Which Hate '" '
Into a cold bowl, and then beaten I I p; [ ; i
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: if
-'" :Scotland, and "defender of the faith. You (v. 27). Associated Newspapers,-WXU Service. I ,: \ ;. M. '" : .: I
: :' From all the world, "subjects" of Love; is positive in Its nature. The
,' .
the new king and emperor send greet- disciple 'of Christ will not merely
ings. Representatives of divine power, "efrain from doing Injury to one woo
:; churches of every religion, Moham hales him, but will he concerned with

: medan, Hindu, Buddhist, Chinese, enn engaged in doing good to bnu.
Christian and Jewish, speed the dead III. Bless Them That Curse You rT 4 7t t \

king on his journey and welcome the (v. 2S). 4EflI
new ruler. To bless means to speak well of, ,
; T
; tu Smoke a blessing upon. !I- rr r ,,
If the'soldiers get their bonus money ,IV. Pray for Them Which Despite- -
": there will be some quick spending, fully Use You (v. 2S). i: '
enough to quicken the pulse of business It is obligatory upon the Christianto -- -
while it lasts. pray for those who tviap abuses Y A

Merchants will get more than $GOO- upon him. The best, commentary on :
T': 000,000 owing on past accounts, and this Is Christ's own example. ''Tather,
\ the observer will notice many new forgive them; for they know not what
overcoats, dresses and automobiles. they do" (Luke 28 :34)). When Christ :1

was reviled he reviled not again;
At the opening of New York's $3- "When he suffered, he threatened not; : ,
h.--. ,[;00,000 memorial erected to honor the but committed himself to him that
'... late Theodore Roosevelt, one speaker judgeth righteously" (I I'et. 2:23). ,
praised President Theodore Rooseveltas V. Patiently Endure' Wrong and !Injury
one who "saw the necessity for (v. 29)). .
.. keeping both the legislatures and the The Christian is "uot to bristle In,defense "
courts In their proper places." I of his rights but rather to suffer } r J
'' That perception showed a high spirit, f I[ Insult, injury, and even loss This
; but if some future Theodore Roosevelt expresses" the 'I\w which governs the

_: should go too far In that direction it ndlvidual's action and should not be J r4j

., might become necessary for the legislatures pressed so far that evildoers go un-
; rind the courts to 'keep that 'checked. Rightly constituted govern-
: President in his proper place., ment has been ordained of God for the
i,, ,' protection of the innocent and punishment -.
t, Gen. Robert Lee Bullard says this of evildoers (Rom. 13:1-8)). '
: country expects to escape the next VI. Give to Every Man That Askethof
war, but Europe plans to drag us In. Thee., (v. 30.) ;: MORE DEPENDABLE
; Besides air bombing and poison gas, This text does not authorize promis- o o :
General Bullard expects In the next cuous giving, neither does It mean that 'SERVICEGREATER I

war attacks with disease germs to any request made by the idle, greedy,
) spread deadly,epidemics'In the enemy's i and selfish should be granted. ThereIs .
country. Bubonic plague, scattered ; a giving which injures the one to

' from airplanes, infected rats scattered. whom the gift Is 'made. It would not PROTECTION .
plentifully, might be helpful. be proper to give i man money ,to'

buy whisky. The principle enjoinedIs AGAINST BLOWOUTS
When ycu hear foolish talk about to give the thing needed to the
-' 'revolution" and getting rid of the one asking. The supreme need of .,
,' Constitution, a remark, made by Washington every able-bodied person Is to be, WHETHER operate
as he signed the Constitution given a way to earn his living you' one "
"; may be recalled : VII. Do to Others as You Wish LONGER
"Should the states reject this, excellent Others'to Do to You (vv.31-33). truck or several, decide now to put .NON-.SKID( '''
'Constitution' the probability Is This is called the Golden Rule. It MIL EAGE-;

r4 that opportunity will never again Is the sum total of Christian duty as Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires on.every :
: offer to cancel another In peace-the It pertains to human Inter-relations. ",
next will be drawn i in blood." If this rule were lived' up to, the r ,
I --.:...- problem of capital'and labor wouldbe wheel. They will save you: money and
Mrs. AlInda French of St. Louis >"
; one solved, war would cease, International '
hundred and four. years old, attributesher relations would be peaceably adJusted give you more dependable 'service. -
long life to "hard work In her and all profiteering in business
: youth and, a dutiful son In her old would end. -

-- age." She gets along without spectacles VIII. Be Merciful (v. 30)). ,with '
l, > is '"not Interested" in The body of .a .Firestone Tire is built GumDippedHigh ;
pensions This moans_ to be filled with pity and ,
', for the aged, and not at all Interested
compassion ; to enter into sympathywith
r. ;,' In politics. "People get over that," every need of others. Our supreme .:'. Stretch cords$. ::That's why.'they run cooler and give youlonger
says she, "after they. reach one hun- example Is the Heavenly Father. r

E Ii -dred." IX. Censorious Judgments Con- ,mileage. ""
Mrs. French sleeps 111 hours a night. demned (v. 37). : :

;:.": ,,,,, \ That explains some of the 104 jears. This means that the evil or falsein I"

' .i' others should not be sought out. The.heavier rugged tread is securely locked the cord:
[: The human race gets, used to every- We, should not sit In critical judgmentupon more ;
;Y..,:,.',: thing. Once our ancestors shivered the action of others. This 'does

"L\, ,' fell flat on their faces, when lightning not, however, prohibit the estimationof body by two extra layers of Gum-Dipped High. Stretch'cords..-.
'. flashed and thunder growled. They others by their deed ,

"_ thought some demon was after them. X. Compensations of Right Livingv. These are patented Firestone construction features not used in
: Now men put up lightning rods, properly ( :3S). ..,
:, ,: grounded. The believer who "givos freely of
-" ;, Once the :comet was considered an money, loves sincerely', makes the any other tire.
';.. : avenging messenger aimed straight at Golden: Rule the standard of his life,
Lv"),, sinful man. Today Its coming and going shows mercy; and kindness to others' \ .
;.y:; "';-, arc understood and predicted, Its and refrains from impugning the motives Equip now with Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires and start
:path marked out. _
of others, will be fully rewarded. .

t: rat:'. Something unpleasant- Is bound to Teachers XI. Danger(v. 3D).of Following t False : saving today. The. nearby ,Firestone Auto Supply and Service!

r, l J .start somewhere on the earth with The teacher who does not know :

(, all the new theories' new hatred, n: v God and the way to heaven will lead Store or Firestone Tire: Dealer,is ready to serve you. '
: .armaments, ;
: new deadly weapons. It others into ruin. Only such as know
:{ might start on the border I
r between God should be followed ", .
i: Russia and Japan's Manchukuo. When XII. Those Who Reprove Other .. ,("
r you read, "Russia uses force to halt Should Live Blameless Lives
.Japanese," you know the explosion 41, 42. (vv : -', Listen: to the'Voice of Firestone featuring Richard Crooks, : .

might come at any time. Evil' doing should be removed from ,'
or Nelson Eddy -, with Margaret Speaks, Monday
All would
regret bloodshed, but it our lives before bringing.otllers to
would be historically interesting to account. evenings over Nationwide N. -B. C. ,.-: WEAF Network

see the ancient autocracy of the :MI.kado XIII. The Sin of Profession With .

at war with the modern autocracy out Fruitbearing (vv. 43, 1C). ,
of Stalin. It would be a long The one who Is In fellowship with 19S,F.T. &n.Co. '
:tight, probably. God will! practice the !
principles which ...
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The Clewiston News cat and snarled like a wild cat, and 90,000 yards of rock last month, almost Ortona; still preparing for ;; "1 S M. COUSE

was very relieved when I left with- half their total yardage, and Sand and rock on the job

out molesting it beyond a prolonged now have emerged into proper dig ment not in yet. 5)S and Attorney at Law .
e. scrutiny, at a discreet distance. I ging again. It is hard for me to refrain needle dam in the upper Building Saturdays -
cIa and
; 's
Published every Friday In Clewiston, I found .the Spadaro yard in Moore I from too lavish a use of superlatives (Continued on Page 0:30 to 4:00
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Haven for the first time yesterday, i in speaking of the MacKenziejob

Inc. after my encounter with the wild- for it. approaches perfection in ---- -._- ---
house-cat. And I had no Idea that every detail. This Is due not alone ,
Uncle Joe)had such a large, and corn-I to the fact that the MacKenzie bro-

Keathley Bowden, Editor odious yard-warehouses, machine I thers know their business, but also ROY D. STUBBS
to the loyalty and personal interestin -
shops, blacksmith shop
ways, all very neat and complete. On the job shared by every man on' States Attorney, 12th Judicial Circuit ;

the 'ways there is the hull of a hydraulic the payroll The organization is a Will Speak On .
Entered as second class mall mat- : dredge ready to launch next unit in singleness of purpose and enthusiasm ,, .

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post week; a good-sized dredge, 120 feet No small part of the credit ,; THE NEW DEAL I

Office In Clewiston, Florida, under long, 30 ''foot breadth, 10 foot depth, gots to their indefatigable engi- Wednesday Night Feb. 1 12 at 10:1 15 P. M.
Glenn V. 'intelligentlyon .
the Act of' larch 3, 1897. made of heavy creosoted timbers. neer Scott, .
the job every minute. Talk to Over Station WFLA-WSUN .
Bruce Johnson was on hand to tell any :

me about it, and I'm going to enjov man on the MacKenzie contract .and St. Petersburg.Don't /
watch his face
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. watching that dredge grow, this being light up and glow '
Advertising rates on application. my first opportunity to see one with pride in good work well done, fail to 'hear this able speaker upholdthe
outfitted from scratch. and you'll have the secret of suc-
cess. policies of the Administration.
Speaking of ,dredgesperhaps you
Devoted to the advancement and think that I am neglecting the dred- Not a great deal to report, from
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry ges on the river in my reporting, but -- _
County. really there is very little to report -- '0-

The Diesel and the Davis are doing
good digging, not hanging up any : '
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We'll see you Saturday night at records, but going steadily along be- 's' s tffl3SAttractive F 0 R S A L IE > "s' ..
I y
the oyster supper. hind their clearing crews. The Dan- 't' .Y's' '.:'.
i la expects her new,., shaft in this .. 's' .s. t

Rain this week and It remained ,week, and has the*:? engine stripped I =i= =i= Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :i: i
warm afterward. A sure sign of down ready to Install it. I am not go- .'

spring. Ing to repeat any more predictionsas 'IiI:: - f's' .. .

:: to the time of the Tampa's, arrival : .... .s,
The Tampa Fair is now on and If ":'-'when she gets 'here I'll let you ''s' :s: -' .., ,'-' . 'i': ..s,. ';.

we don't get to go will be envious. of know. t Y's'
:s: .:.
those who do.Considering. Still speaking of dredges, we.had. 's' h

last week a long, interesting letter I 't .:. : ', '- ", .:' .f.

the rtouble Mussolini from Keith Hartsfield from Louis- 's' .t, i' 1 ,, // 'I Ii Iw ..s.'s' .
is having conquering little Ethiopia iana. Keith Is inspector on the X

It might Se well for him to back dredge "Duplex", a Dieselelectricoutfit :

down on some of his back talk to with a 27 inch suction and 25 +
the greater nations. inch pipe; powered by two 1350 h. p. .s, : 'I' .?,

engines and a 540 h. p. auxiliary, .. 't's ; ; .. :
That new palnkillingprepara- digging on a subcontract"of our own ,.
tion perfected In dentistry for fill MacWIlliams company.. They're taking t ; I t

ing teeth has as yet not made Its out' about 30,000 yards of, heavy ', '*
:: and '' I I F .- ,+. .
appearance In Clewiston.- hope clay; stumps logs every day. 't' ; : .
's' 'i' 's' ,s. ..
our bad tooth don't start aching before Keith says the inspectors are "treated 's' 't''t'I .t. -",::

it arrives. like, kings", have their own. suitp I 's''s''t'.. '- 5 t 's' ,,. ,;.,
of rooms with a private bath,, and I 's' A

Clewiston received some valuable quite sumptuous living quarters. Th.n Y A's' ,s. .
publicity in the special ,Lake Okee- fly In the ointment is that they are i

chobee section of the Miami Herald miles from anywhere in the swamps: ''.:'' f 's'':' .'i'. ",J.I.',-
published last Monday. Closer har- to get' to a real town they must ride ":' .s. '::.'"

mony between' the South Florida me- 20 miles in a boat .and 24 miles in 't''i' I'I''s' .t.,t. .'.-/.
tropolis and the lake section will result a car. But it's a grand place to save 't': .'* ,'-.}i.'s'

In great mutual benefits and money; and Keith, may need money 't '( I 't''s' ,,t.t. "',,,,::

: that fact Is becoming more and more 'ere long. :t: ::: :s: .;. .:,
apparent. Which' brings us quite naturallyto 't't'.. I +Y t",t. "',
the news of Skipper Jack West's t. .t,
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WEEK-EXD ACCIDENTS marriage Sunday 'morning to Miss ..., 'i' I '- 'J'f'" XX .t, :. : '

I Lillian Browning. They are living =;, 't''t' I ..:''. .. ,
'/ The tragic automobile accidentnear at the' Everett' Hotel. Now[ if Jack I -.w ( + _

Clewiston Sunday which snuf- can just ,manage his wife as well as "+ 't' 's' ":' .@

fed out the life of one of our respected he handles-a boat, It :won't be long ',' '.' : 't' ..,I' \.. ,

fellow workmen, cost the life of before Lillian will be worldfamousas ht.. ,. 'S' '
one other and serious injuries to two the model spouse. Smooth sailing :;: :i:' Pay The Balance I Like Rent :i: '/,

more and tEe near fatal accident In and fair breezes, Mr. .and 'Mrs.- Jack.

{ which our friend and fellow-citizen, Vernon McCarter has been trans- + WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY' CLEWISTON HOMES =:+., )
's' 's' :-:,
i Elbert L. Stewart; was injured whilehunting'brought ferred from Canal Point to LaBelle ::: :s: YOU CAN OWN YOUR' OWN HOME- :s;: :i: ..}
home to everyone, office. |He says the dredges are

; we believe, what a fleeting thing' is through over there and just three

:.. by life accident.and how easily we may lose It draglines MacKenzie left has,to finish progressed the grading.won- I n=: ::2: Clewiston Home Building Association :II ,:

' The first accident of course Is I derfully this month, in spite of the ,'. ,t. ., .s, '.. ,.,;$i
I ,..,i. PHONE 103 .;, ,t. _
similar to those we read of In papers rock pile 'he has been working I .. :
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and I through. The machines dug about
'" every day never realized how II ''':

,. horrible they may be until someone
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.:: close, to us is a victim. The sobering K. --- = .
: effect is given in the realization that .
any of us, at any time. may be in-
volved' such an accident while '' '

: driving.The second is also similar to; many i' FORD offers such value 5'F : .1
stories, we hear about, yet never Only ,
?= quite believe that such a thing might ,

happen to us. Then, all of a sudden, .

y it has happened. Mr. Stewart's; accident : .. :;
' when" It first occurred deeply ,
j \ \
f affected the entire community and :- 'fo '

; now that he Is on the way to recovery -* PRICE .4
' I t the" Can't be v.a A
\ you may' be sure that those a ha" INGINE. P r
by on the
who joke him the most about "being under $164 over 2,5,000 Ford Y 8's; road ,
shot for a panther" are those who FORD LOW CENTER
> are conscious of a great relief that -except fa other car ride lo than ArnY- .:.
!:' the shooting was not fatal. I of Ford's basic design of engine, brakes, and under- $1995. any J ::

!, Constant vigilance is necessary if : BECAUSE only Ford can give you so much fine car per the Ford of weaKING SURFACE per
i I I. the and accident our local toll toll is, to especially'be decreased auto formance in an economical, easy-handling car. car under$3 3ti9*.eater tban a7 po other tm d ., ',

:'. accidents' Is growing far too large. Because of Ford's economy in making and selling cars- __, .:;'" .

t. I I only.Ford can give you so many fine-car features at anywhere In no car ... : '< ."
THE .'
I' near'the low Ford price; CENTERPOI RIDE '. ::1' -:
'I' cradled between passengers .. .. ,
under .'. '
i' CaloosahatcheeCacography'Marjorie .And fifteen minutes at the wheel of the 1936 Ford V-8 $1275 FREE springs. :

, ,will prove: it even more clearly Why not drive one today -excep,. Transverse ACTION Springs'ON cut LL WH ruo. _, :-.; _'' .": !
slde-swaf. down tIlt and I :'
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: ,. ; .. jl G\ the -
,; Q A Ford M-FLOATING i iI
z REAR :'
ci ;? ? rJU{ tifiGtVii on ho"siog : : Gar weight /
/ not on ;
Wy B. Wallace! I I VPZ 1n haft: : : :t tt.

-. :, In no other if TORQUE-Tus ..
I 'saw a queer animal out in the greater 0 w-Ghes '
.: woods yesterday. I've seen plenty'of t t. ,. car within CENTRIFORCE safety and. r nods hilitq; you ."-,

wild cats, and It wasn't a regular .. action C ; 1" :"
, l. $25O I L onger asierPed '
of life.
:;. wild 'cat. I've seen entirely too' many For d' .
DUAL : .
\L: house cats, and It wasn't a regular J. Maximum DOWN' mRAFr C RBURnOR .:
. vv
,;- house cat. In fact, it looked like a s e price weather starting gas .1 ge'.Quicker cold ;J .
cross between the two.
description ,
r -.
: about twice as large as a house ,> '

cat, and apparently full grown; large 1 j'J

';, head, flatter, broader face, shorter, J h, I ' stumpier tail and shorter, thicker F wry ,
!I : legs than a house cat, but still smaller Oil ?\ ': 2S A MONTH payment after usual buys low any down new: .

: i and more stream-lined than adult. 7i Ford V-8 passenger car or light commercial unit '
i !: wild cat; fur coarse, thick and rather -: ( under new authorized Ford finance plan of Universal .:.,;
I -
: \ T Credit Co. 6% for 12 months or J 34 of 1% a month
er long, with regular' distinct dark >, .. '. for longer periods figured on total unpaid bahnca -
\' grey tabby-cat markings on a dun- $ it .<;" ;.,l'i f. plus insurance.Attractive UCC terms on used cars also. f"'
.L' ,colored undercoat. Altogether most *V> + 'oW*. I ." f
,-'w. peculiar beast. If you have heard of T 4 S JLS. UP- .
, l';\ a cross between wild cat and house P. O. B. DETROIT- J 7rrj,

r 1k: Fat will you please let me know? Or SUnJfrd acceuory group II I ,
. i.clydiKgt *nd VALUE--FAR PRIDE' ora1
(. was Jt a species' of wild cat native } .fptri tire extra BEYOND THE : r..o t .

! ', to this... section?. Jt. .spat. .. like. a. .house. '" '
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.;-, .:- .*x--x..x-x..x*.x.'X*.xxX'vy -". LADIES AID MEETS many nice gifts. I I fancy pot holder. point where he was, never thoughtbut

:: 3: WITH MRS. PETERS' Prizes at bridge were awarded as Fancy sandwiches, ,strawberry; what the color he saw was a

; ''.:' | Personal MentionMr. ;i iA r;: follows: High, Mrs. Josephine ]I I I shortcake, coffee and tea were' served -. panther's back and he fired, the en-
'v The Ladies Aid Society .of the Knight, a silk pillow second high by the hostess. tire load of Number 2 buckshot
(..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..: : ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...... ':.. Community Church met in regular Mrs. W. C. Owen, pillow; cases; third I I Mr. Stewart's back. Mr. Stew entering -

I and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson n, ern monthly, meeting Thursday at the high, "Mrs.: E.. C.: Mills, dresser ,scarf; I I THE COMMUNITY CHURCH art had hidden himself behind a 'log
visitors In West Palm Beach Saturday home of Mrs. H. O. Peters, with Mrs.F. low, Mrs. ;M. E.; VonMach, manicure j i D. Jenkins Williams, Minister. and no part of his body was visable

H. Moltz and Mrs. J. G: Niblack set.. cut, Mrs. C. L. Downs, stationery ,' except his back. The shot was estimated -
i Sunday, February 9 1936
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"" assisting the hostess. ; guests, Mrs. C. R. Byrd, Mrs. J.I..9:45 A. M. Sunday SchooL to have been made from a .

'':. ..' Capt. P. A. Feringa of Jacksonville Final plans were made for the W. Castonguey, Mrs. Leo Frisch j I i 110:45 A. M. Junior Church. distance of about sixty yards. ::.

)t- '. was a business visitor here oyster supper which the society Is and :Miss Betty Castonguey, hand-I 7:45 P. M. Evening Worship Sub- Dr.' Schiffli stated that he believednone

',f.";_;::; Tuesday. sponsoring Saturday night at the kerchiefs. ,I ject: "The Fundamental Con- .of the shot entered the lung ;',
Inn and for the but the pleurisy pains J
:''' Day of Prayer which Those playing were Mesdames E.I I stitution." which had de- .:'
"' '- Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen visited will be held on February 28. It was L. Stewart, O. F. Schiffli, Fred Curry I I The public is heartily welcomed. veloped indicated that one of the 'i

rt,: with friends in Fort Myers Saturday decided that the regular meeting for I H. J. B. Scharnberg, I. M. Paf- leaden pellets had. touched -the lining ,' ,
March should be held in of the lung. .
I" afternoon. connectionwith ford, G. B. Rackstraw, W. C. Prew-
.,"' I the Day of Prayer and the meet- itt, R. M. Hare: Jr., M. M. Prewitt. CaloosahatcheeCacography, : '1
Mrs. Walter Jenkins, of Ocala, visIted ing held at the church with luncheon W. W'Perry.. R. H. Knight, M. E.I I r
:" ,her sister Mrs. Roy Alston,hero to be served at the manse. VonMach, G.' E. Smith, F.- I. Hill, I I. L. B.. Mershon '-,- ,

." '"' Wednesday. I Sandwiches, cup cakes and coffee I Josephine Knight Harry Vaughn,. <"I
Nt were served to Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. AGENT '/
'<. ;: : Mrs. Leo Frisch, of Atlanta, is visIting Leslie Miller, Mrs. V. C. Woodward;I er,C.V.L.C.Downs Woodward_ W., M.W. Redelsheim-P. Vaughn, (Continued from ,Page 4) I.I New York Life r 1

t\' her daughter Mrs. G.. H. Small Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. D. O. Lamer ing more sheet pile in the lower gate. ,-.
j Sr., E. C. Mills, F. Deane Duff, C.
F.y; / and Mr. Small. -:. Mrs.. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. D. C. :erins- Like baking a cake, it) takes a dis- "
' '. R. Byrd, Keathley Bowden, W. C. Insurance Company "
, .":: : '. don, Mrs. R. L. Merritt, Mrs. O. H. portlonately-nice word-long timeto ,,
.: Owen, W. F. Simpson, ,H. R. Hall, .
\. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. :Trainor and Roberts, Mrs. W: W. Perry, Mrs. A. get everything together for the ARCADIA, FLORIDA :';
..,., M. E. Yenawine, C. E. Miner, J. W.
l Barbara Ann, of Okeechobee were H. King, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. M. mixing, but once. the preparationsare
Ezelle, C. H. Berner, J. W. Caston-
?\ visitors here Saturday. J. Hirsch, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. complete, the job goes fast. The
F. M. Wright, G. B. Thomas,
:, \':'. -- R. H. Collins,' Mrs. D. J., Williams, guey next Kollum should have an accountof
J. A. Rumbley and Miss Betty Cas- $50,000.00 '
'.'':, Mrs. J. W. Moore, Miss Florine Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson the first pour it everything goes
visitors J. W. Ezelle and tonguey. smoothly.And In Cash Prizes. '
Moore and Coburn Moore were Mrs. Mrs.. \ 7
in West Palm Beach Tuesday. Hoomes Rich. Tea guests were: Mesdames Leo let _me, warn you.-keep away 1 Enter Today ,
Frisch, Martha Ludekins, Leah from Ortona when-that first pour PICTURESWEEPSTAKES
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rav and son !AIRS., R. H. COLLINS' Spicer, M.. 'H, Crouch, Amy Hall, starts. The tension on a job increases -

- Frank, spent Sunday visiting with ENTERTAINS. SUNDAYMrs. John W. Smith, R. L. Merritt,. G, to the danger point when concrete

' ;, -friends and relatives in -Okeechobee. -- H. Small,. J. A. McGehee, J. E: starts flowing, and until the sche- CONTEST

R. H. Collins entertained Beardsley, O. A. Jones, M. W. Bigg, dule works out into routine you TO LEGALIZE LOTTERIESAnd

..,>!t A. W. Lawrence accompanied M Sunday with a Spend-the Day party. J. B. Dotterer, D. C. Brinsdon, G. W. won't be a 'bit welcome. Neither will Keep The Money Home -

} Butler Saturday. and returned Sun- on Monday, was presented witha I on.l I Womens, :Moderation: Union for
:.. Legalizing Lotteries, Inc.
day. birthday cake. A'salad course MRS., SCHARNBERG G I V E S Elbert Stewart-----"
FEE $1.00 -r
luncheon was served to Mrs. Hoomes BRIDGE AND PARTY
Mrs H. C. Kolstad. Mrs. Olin Carleton Rich, Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger, Mrs.J. I MONOPOLY I Entitles You to Enter 'T

and Mrs. W. F. Simpson were A. Rumbley and Mrs. S. W. (Continued From Page One I SWEEPSTAKES CONTEST ,7
Mrs. H. J.: B. Scharnberg enter- ) subject to conditions and
visitors West Palm Beach Tues- Houser. "
I growth and as he had frequentlyseen I
tained Tuesday afternoon with a regulations.
day. I panther tracks in the ,
hono'rof swamp
bridge and Monopoly party in
AIRS. SMITH ENTERTAINS i and figured Mr. Stewart to be a con-i First Prize '$30,000.00 ,
Mr. and Mrs Bj C. Flaniken an-, Mrs. J.V.. Castonguey 'and her
FOR VISITOR FRIDAY siderable distance from the 248 OTHER CASH PRIZES ,
;: nounce the birth of a daughter, I I daughter, Miss 'Betty Castonguey: of away I DON'T DELAY ENTER TODAY .

Elizabeth Carolyn on Thursday, January Mrs. G. E. Smith entertained with Oak Park, Ill., who are her guests. I --I ---.-----..----------,---,

f'' 30.Mrs. a bridge party Friday: afternoon I(I; High score_ prize at. bridge was I ..............................,............................'.................. ...........'...... I. It may bring you a handsome -
honoring Mrs. C. R. Byrd, of Jacksonville ''.won by Mrs. M. E. VonMach, a bak-. Fortune '

Broadus 'Gantt, Mrs. Vernon who is visiting .relatives ing dish, set; second high prize wentto !t I ;:|: New and UsedFURNITURE $:!: 1' PIN $1.00 TO THIS COUPON :

\ Bales and Mrs. H. H. Rogers, of and friends here. Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, a pair of ;hose; ,,: l AND MAIL TODAY '
.. ....... .
Moore Haven were Clewiston visitors Mrs. E. L. Stewart won the high third to Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, a lace !:!: |:::1 -- ----------------
=:: Enclosed please find $1.00 for my ,
Monday afternoon score prize, a vase; Mrs. W. C. Prew- doily; cut to Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez
'iX membership subscription In the
itt was presented with a paper towel a fancy apron and guest prizes to' .xIf
Jllrs. Joe Zanone, of Nashville. National Womens Moderation Union -
rack as second score prize and Mrs. John WL Smith, Mrs. Caston-! ,
Tenn.. arrived Tuesday for a visit I for Legalizing Lotteries, Inc. '
the ''honor guest was presented witha guey and Miss Betty Castonguey, ; BELLE GLADE :;
} with her brother, A. A Munroe and This membership entitles me to .
powder'box.Dellcious hose and handkerchiefs. Mrs. D. G.
Mrs. Munroe. enter the Picture Sweepstakes ;'
sandwiches, cake and Alston received the consolation :: FURNITURE COMPANY f=:
,r : Contest you are conducting. Kindly .
Mrs. B. A. Bourne has returned coffee were served to: Mrs. F. Deane prize, cocktail glass! holders. Y 'send me my membership application -

'; from the hospital in West P".lm Duff, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. H. J. B. Others playing bridge were Mrs.F. ::;:: Belle Glade, Florida |:;: '

;' Beach.' Friends will be glad to l arne Scharnberg, Mrs. O. F., Schiffli,. Mrs.E. .- I. Hill Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. G. 'NAME .............._............................. -

that she is much improved in health. C. Mills,, Mrs. E. L. Stewart and E.; Smith. Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, :!: Next Door To TheatreIMNNNIINNNNNNHNNNNNNMNNNM ?: ADDRESS ...;....*.......____.................. .

Mrs. W., Prewitt.. Mrs. F. :Deane Duff, Mrs. W., C. I -} . . . .'. .-.0} CITY ............_..._... STATE..._....... '\ ,
., W. E. Van -Houten, ,of Jacksonville Owen, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. M. .. .......'
employed by the U. S. Engineers i- BRIDGE PARTY AND, SHOWERAT M. Prewitt, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,' I
.. was a business visitor here MRS. PATTERSON'S HOME Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs C. R.' Byrd, .
: : Wednesday. Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs.. Richardson

t '. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson honored Mrs. Selee, Mrs. E. P, Mutrix, Mrs., C. W.
Are You
Willing Make Sacrifices Now z{
.:, C. E. Nail, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. W. M. Redelsheimer Wednesday afternoon Fuller, Mrs. Max Meluh, Mrs. 'w. W.

Shelley and C. R. Cruze returned with a bridge, party and Perry, Mrs. Tom Hurst. In Order To Build 'Up A Future? '

Monday from ,a two weeks visit in hower at her home. Those 'enjoying the Monopolygame

"' Ohio and Illinois. Refreshments and decorations, car- were: Mrs. W. P. Vaughn Sr., One of the oldest Legal Reserve Life In- '

ried out a pink and blue color' Mrs. Clarence Shaller, Mrs. John W.
Circuit Judge W. T. Harrison, wl o cheme.. Rooms were decorated with Smith, Mrs. Foster Meredith, Mrs. surance Companies desires an active rep :.

Is at present presiding at the ternof I garden flowers in pastel shades and I II M. W. Bigg, Mrs. Fred Hendricksen, resentative in Clewiston and the, Lake Re -

court at Moore Haven, was a v's- refreshments consisted of rolled pink Mrs. F., M. Wright and Miss Betty .

i itor here Wednesday., I sandwiches tied with a blue ribbon, Castonguey. High score prize, a deck gion. :

-'-- decorated cup cakes, salted nuts and of cards, went to Mrs. M. W. Bigg
Mrs. J. W. Castoneruav and daughter -I coffee. The guest of honor received and low to Mrs. Fred Henricksen, a Previous experience not 'necessary as we '

Betty, arrived Tuesday from Oat: give instructions, but you must first believe .
Park. Ill.: for a visit with Mr. and

Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg. NOTICEAs in Life Insurance yourself. :

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:- Miss' Mary Louise Oglesbv returned P. O. BOX NO. 1288MIAMI, FLA.

Sunday from Fort Pierce where '
provided by law no person, firm or corporation shall engage In
r'., she has been in a hospital for an .-
or manage any business, profession or occupation in the City of Clewis-
.. appendix operation for the two
; ton, unless a City License shall hare been procured from the Tax Collector -

t'/ weeks. of the City. Licenses for the period' October 1, 1935' to September .. . .... . . .... . .... .. .. . ... .. ... .
31, 1936, payable October 1, 1935 by the following persons, firms or .NNHNMN. . .H. .NNNN. .NMN.NMNMN. .NN.NMN. .NN. .N. .NNNNM/ .NNNN NIi'.j., .
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George and Richard Bestor are corporations HAVE NOT BEEN PAID.
home this week from school for mid I .i.

ria' term vacation. Mrs. H. A. Bestor and NAME OCCUPATION AMOUNT, :'i.1: I :s:

:, -r Richard took George to_ West Palm '

::_. Beach Tuesday. Alston's Inc. ........._............................ Drug Store ............................_ $10.00 '
--- Avant, H. C.. __.......__........................__. Boarding House .................... 2.00 .
,'." Earl Fontaine, formerly purchas- Baker's Service Station :................... Filling Station ...................... 5.00
':'i:" ing agent for the U. S. Sugar Cor- Auto Agency ..........._............ 10.00 .

,> poration here is now employed a* Burkett, Laura .................................. Eating House .......................... 2.50 < ; i *
. J:<>. State Purchasing Agent for WPA Cantrell, Gus ............._...................... Barber Shop ........_............... 2.00 :;: ; :">' o, COURSE I :1;:
"r?:;. Projects for the state of Texas. Clewiston Dairy Company ,..''''''''''''' Dairy Products ..................... 10.00 .i.. .
Clewiston Laundry Company........... Laundry-Steam _........__........... 5.00 ; '!' ; :1': 'i.i
Dry Cleaning ........................ 5.00 :: ,
Richard Bestor left > .
Wednesday! Clewiston Inn .................................... Hotel ...................................... 20.00 .i. i ; : '. .
for Gainesville to resume his studiesat Clewiston News ................................ Weekly Newspaper _....__...:..... 5'.00 s -;..: ..... ', ( ; I ..s.i .

the University after spending the Dixie Crystal Theatre ...................... Moving Picture ...................... 10.00 :i: ::.:>. .. : *
mid-semester holidays here with his Espenlaub, George ......:..................__. Auto Repair Shop .,......:......... 10.00 '. ,. '.\ .
'L parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.. A. :Bestor, Filling Station ..........._......... 5.00 .. .'s..s. .

y.. Ezelle, J. W. Dentist ............__...._................. 5.00 I .s.Y :,.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. First Bank of Clewiston ...............:...: Banking ................................ 10.00 .s. .Y.
Z. G. Meredith and Patsy Meredith George Apartments ..__........................ Boarding House ..........;......... 2.50 .s. I -
;= accompanied Glades Soda Sundries ........................ Ice Cream Bar _....................... 5.00
Mrs. C. R. Byrd to Holdsworth, Mrs. L. C. ................_... Eating House ........................ 2.50 to the Public I II .
,' West Palm Beach Thursday as she Hooker Packing House ........._.......... Boarding House ...........:........ 2.50 ..... Open !

returned to Jacksonville after a visit LaBelle Motor Company................... ,Auto Agency ............__.:........ 10.00
:. '. hero. Lake Drug Company .....................__. Drug Store ...................._....... 10.00 .s. 1 .}
, -- Marquette, Ed. .................................. Radio & Electric Shop :......... 5.00 Y
i i Mr. and Mrs. Ag. Wood moved Miner Packing Company ._._....._........:. Fertilizer .............................. 2.50 Y Y
here this week from Tarpon Springs, Seeds, Wholesale .................. 5.00 ,. .Y- _
J ,=4> Mr. Wood having taken a position Railway Express Agency................. Express Agent ........................ 5.00 .;. .'" ..s.s'
: with the U. S. Sugar Corporation.He Stewart Elbert L. ............................ Insurance Agent ..........._........ 2.50 :;: ::
: S las, A. WSugarland ..............__._.__.................. Insurance Agent................... 2.50 I H;
was formerly maintenance
': fore- Service Station ................ Filling Station .....................: 5.00 I
: for the State
man Road Department .Auto Repair Shop _...:..:_......... 10.00 .
in this district and both he and Mrs. Turner's Barber. Shop .......:................ Barber Shop ........................ 2.00. { .s.
...... Wood are well known here. Watanabe HotelWellsRoyal ........._...................... Hotel _......................___.......__.. 15.00 :!: : Moderate Green FeesExceptional I
"o Lumber Company....... Lumber Yard ......................._ 10.00 ,
; Norman Thompson, employed in Oglesby, H. J. Ice' Peddler _.........._............... 3.00 :;: Fairways I :::
the Specialty Department of 'the Savannah Cauge, J. M= =.: .:..:...::::...................... Lawyer .......;......:.:. :... .._..... 5.00 .. s j;
Sugar Refining Company, is, Interesting GreensI :;:' ;

here this week to work with Jay W. I'
<:',::. Moran in putting In an exhibit at I I am instructed bY'th'e pity Commission to immediately enforce col' X f.

Clewiston for the Director's -meeting lection .of such license. v. fees. .. .as., HAVE-..u. NOT BEEN PAID. ". b "

of the U. S. Sugar Corporation. to!Feb. 7-14 /Tax R. y, Collector.PATTERSON. !, 1I.:., .....,.... ... <<: :... ......x. ......... .............,. .----.i"; : ..;...:..:..;..:.III' ,
(I I be h@lq late this month, --- I : : r 1 r r : .: 1 r : : '1 : t "

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Mcintyre Sees 1936 as

Year of SuperThrillsThe

year 1936 Is going to be one

MUSIC of super-thrills and vast excitements.The .

most exciting, I firmly believe,

we shall ever live through. Old na-

tions may die and new nations maybe

born. Europe may be in flames,

and unless we watch our step we

By DORNFORD YATES may find ourselves tinder in the con-

suming blaze.

'' WNU S rrlc, I'd like to be the medium of trans-
Copyright/ br Hinton Ba-lch 4 Oe,
parency for a little more sweetnessand

4111 light but I don't like the looks

of things.' ,To me it's a black picture
CHAPTER IIi We ran through a village called Wa- and the only thing he can do ic to
SYNOPSIS and the"only consolement I can offer
some four miles back." stand and fight"Lady
i __ gen
,- Is that I'm: usually wrong.-. O. O. I
We were miles from Plumage Helena rose.
twenty-two -
and his cousin Geoffrey: '
John Spencer Plumage. :McIntyre In Cosmopolitan.
Bohun, are vacationing In Austria.. Geoffrey As 1 ,stole away from that door, 1 and the hour was Just one As Geoffrey and I stood up"I'm -
Is'a gifted portrait painter but o'clock. sorry," she said coldly. "From

prefers to paint landscapes. While know that my knees were loose. So "Tea with the goddess," he said, "at what Mr. Spencer told me, I fully believed
strolling in the forest. John hears Eng- often as I remember that my hand
Investigate. five 'o'clock. What could be better? I could count upon your support -
voices and decides to
lish ,
; was raised, ready to knock the sweat THE DOCTORS
From safe cover he finds four men But I don't want to wait till then. Besides He's very young:and downright,

burying ,a man In green livery who will start upon my forehead. ,. we must find 'a lodging." and he can se'e nothing; but red. ButI

evidently, had been murdered. PharaohIs othersare 1 passed down the passage a-tiptoe, fully believed you would see that my
the leader of the gang' the well I might wondering If ever be-
Dewdrop, Rush and Bugle. Unfortunately as pains PJumage laymore than two miles consent must be given before you tookon
fore two men had been at such ARE'RIGHTWomen
himself known to these The who Is dead
John makes man
from he high road. The farm was set ment, ,
letter with avoid the foe, only to choose for I
the assassins by dropping a to
of fair-sized valley that was my servant, and the men are after -
and address on it. He tells for on the, floor a _
his name their harbor enemy's camp,
If stand and
and his chauffeur Barley of ran due west. The dwelling Itself my goods. you fight
Geoffrey the to which ,
of course was use
his adventure. Geoffrey realizing thatJohn's that was handsome, white and gray and you will therefore be fighting my bat- should take only
life Is In danger declares he he was putting the }Inn. olive tIe and that gives me the clear rightto liquid laxatives
low with shutters
that green."I ,
must vanish.. Spencer discovers I was halfway down the. stairs,, decline your help. And I do de
the livery of' the murdered man corresponds andthe doorway ,must. try and paint that, said Many believe laxative they
In two flights
servants of which rose cline it, Mr. Bohun. You cannot enter any
to the livery of the Geoffrey. "The world will say It's
might take only makes constipation kA
the inn was before me, when
Hel- of ,
Yorick castle, and tells 'Countess j/unnatural mind." this quarrel without helping me: andI
-but never worse. And that isn't true. =
ena, mistress of the castle, what he there came to my ears the slam of thedoor. do not desire your assistance. IfLondon's
Do what doctors do to relieve
Geoffrey and Barley We stole down the lane in silence
had 'seen. With I believe .that, I stopped
of a car.
not safe, then leave for Paris
: this condition. Doctors
John starts for Annabel, nearby vil- Instinctively, but almost \before, I could! and .as I,brought the car to rest, L dy'Helena tonight" use. liquid
lage. Yorick out of the house THREE
came ,
think, a figure was In the doorwaya "I'm damned IfI'm 'goIng," said I. STEPSTO
and behind her, a great Alsatian 'a
little wiry figure-and was heading RELIEVINGCONSTIPATIOI
Lady Helena turned upon me with I
CHAPTER Continued: straight for the stairs.It very beautiful hound._ blazing eyes. II
Here for the first time I saw how'
-3- was my old friend, Dewdrop. "I beg your pardon." III
"You In," he said, "and have a flash that unless of truly lovely she was.I >
go Now I saw In a My blood was up and I gave her
look at the rooms. I Imagine they're the four it was he 'that 'had been 1 lying introduced my cousin ,and the lady back look for look.

quite all right, but you never can tell." In; wait to Identify me at Lass, I stooda gave' him her hand. "I said 'I'm damned If I'm going.' A cleansing dose today; a smaller
and walkedto "I know work," she said. "You quantity tomorrow; less each time,
him filling a pipe your
I left
fair chance of being no more
very And I'll tell you another thing. I'm until bowels need no help at all.
The Reaping Hook. than suspected as, I went by.I painted my mother's brother six years
This was a pleasant Inn standing therefore, held on my way, and ago. laxatives, 'and keep reducing the

back from the ro ,d. since he was looking down, Dewdropdid "In Philadelphia," Geoffrey said. "He dose until the bowels need no helpat

As I entered the great, stone tap- not perceive 'me until he was three carried his head as you do und he had all.

room, It was clear that all was not steps off. And then our eyes met- I the same blue-black' hair." Reduced dosage is the secret ofaiding

well.] for an Instant. For a moment they spoke of her Nature in restoring regularity.You .
must use a little less laxative
American home.
seemed clear that some brawlor his mother's
It now His surprise was undoing.As
each time and that's laxa-
Geoffrey why your
other' had lately disordered the plain as ,though he had said so, "Plumage, ,said 'deserves, tive should be in liquid form. A liquid

house and I began to wonder whetherthe I knew that he knew who I was and its beautiful name Will you let me y dose can be regulated to the drop.

host was absent because he had the second l he 'spent' In staring served paint'' It one day, when the battle Is The liquid laxative generally usedis

suffered some hurt The poor woman's my turn. As his fingers flew to his done 1"Lady Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It

state however, forbade my questioningher mouth, I hit him under the jaw and Helena laughed."I contains senna and, cascara- both

and ,indeed as soon as she saw leaped for the door. see," she said, "that you have natural laxatives that form no habit
she threw her over her head been reading the map." even with children. Syrup Pepsin is
me, apron Now all would have been very wellIf the nicest tasting, nicest acting laxa-
and abandoned herself to her grief. made mistake. For a moment I stared. Then-
I had not one tive you ever tried
I, therefore, turned to the scullion and 1 had )lad the advantage of Dewdrop "This isn't Yorick?" I cried. I c

asked him where his master might be. ,. for he had been, standing belowme "No." said Geoffrey. "But it's on

but the man ,seemed dull of compre- I and I, was the heavier, man. But the Yorick estate. Yorick itself Is r'THEIOcSIZECOHTAINS

the hall below us was flagged and I three miles beyond these woods." 5 .' 3&TIMES AS MUCH

1- was, afraid to hit hard lest he should "And six miles from Annabel," said ASTHE5cSIZEit /

; topple backwards and split his skullon Lady Helena. "Remembering that, Mr.

the stone. And so, though the blow Bohun,. do you still propose" to stay I
th'ere1" Ifl
wa's heavy, it was not heavy enough. .
"No said "we don't.
{.ay hold of, me he ,could not for his Geoffrey,

# Lig )balance was gone, but as I gained the We've-er-changed our minds." SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLVINDIVIDUAL
& forecourt' his piercing whistle rang "I'm glad to hear It,". said the girl.

d yo out. "Mr., Spencer ,is rather headstrong, and

he doesn't seem to consider that he's COMMUNION: : : SKRVICK
My cousin heard it-I saw him. He every church should use this cleanly
had his back to the Inn, and the bon rather too young to die. method. Send for folder and neclal offer.
Lady Helena then turned to the Thomas Communion Co.. Boy :::0. J.I ma, O.
net'of the Rolls was open and he was
adjustment bench on the left of the door.
making s spanner in
"Let's thrash this 'out." she said.
hand. For an instant he stared. And
was She took her seat in the middle and My Lady Sat Down by My Side.
hen the bonnet shut, and thE'spanner
we sat one on each side.
was In his pocket and a pls- damned If I'm going to be treated as
"You take it, from me." she pE 1PeOST
61'' was In his hand. may though I were seven years old." H1C 5
said; "that this is no ordinary case.I .
Before I could
'speak- Lady Helena did not reply. I sud-
know what these men are out for,
"Take the wheel," said Geoffrey denly felt ashamed. Uneasily I turnedto OXxV a&u.t Psuct jCi&t *
and ,they're not going to stand
'and back her the way" we came.There's any my cousin, but he had strolled down "Y&r SI I,00 BOOMS ocn
rot. If It was my jewels, they could 'O HI-VIEW POULTBY FABMUAVtNWORTH.WttPARKER'S
a corner a hundred yards back. the apron and was regarding his barn..

r, Turn her around, there and wall Is have them-young .,Florin was above For a moment I hesitated. Then I
hat, their car?" made -my way to the farther side of

"Yes, but"Quick -" "But they are not after my ,Jewels : the 'Rolfs r HAIR BALSAM

," .cried cousin, and they're after something which Isn't And there I was sitting, on the run- o RemoresDandruff-StopHulrFaliing
my mine ,to give them and which they Imparts Color and '
smarted to stroll to the Inn. ning-board, staring on the beauty before itsi Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair
will never get. 60c and Jl 00 nt Drujrgiats.Hlseox .
and cursing unruly tongue,,
"As 'I flung myself Into the Rolls. me my Chem Wka,.Patchogtm,N,Y,
I "Now, how d'you think they feel when I heard the
a step on pavementand in
I saw Dewdrop, running towards us FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use
about Mr. Spencer? They know that before I ,could move my lady sat connectionwith Parker's Balsam.Makes the
stop In his tracks. As Geoffrey fired, he has the not' only to ruin hair soft and fluffy. 60 cents by mail or at drug
power side.
he fellow turned and' doubled, dodgIng -' down by my gists.Hiscox Chemical Works, Patchosue.N.Y.
their game but to send them' to prison "Where are you staying she said
from side to side: to my amazement -
and death. Of course I can't answer
'AsKed Him Where His Master cousin began to .give chase.' (TO BE CONTINUED)
my ; for them, but it I were In their posi- No Need to Suffer
\ "
i : ,,, Might Be. The engine of the Rolls was running tion, I'll tell you how I should feel.I Problems in Subtraction
and I let In. the clutch. Then I
should not rest until Mr. Spencerwas
henslon and 1 had to shake him by "IVlorningSickness"
Ifted the car towards Geoffrey across Always Puzzle the Birds
the shoulder before at last he muttered '

that the host was upstairs. the road. "I'm Inclined to agree" said Geof- Many birds possess a number sense- "Morning sickness"-is caused by an

I made to the staircase ., A, closed car was standing In' the frey. "If you'd said as much this which should not be confused with acid condition. To avoid it, acid must be
my way beside the door of the Inn. Dr. Tobias Dantzig offset alkalis such' magnesia.
which rose from the hall; and a moment forecourt morning, I should have said you were counting-declares by as
As Dewdrop whipped behind It, my in '"Number: The Language of Sci-
later had gained a fine broad wrong, for I think the return of his Why Physicians Recommend
cousin fired again. Then he turnedto letter was an order to him to clear ence." For Instance, If a'nest con
passage which ran the length of the Wafers
house. Since the stairs rose again, I, see me waiting six paces away. out. But now the case Is altered. talns four 'eggs one can safely be taken Milnesia
Pharaoh standing In the doorway but when two are removed the These mint-flavored,candy-like wafers are
was about to go higher,, when the door, was Through no fault of his own he's given solid form-
with hand to his hip: as he bird generally deserts. In some un pure magnesia in
a them reason to think that he meansto
of a room was opened, and the maid the most pleasant way to take it. Each
drew arms Rush thrust out from be- treat this order with all the accountable way the bird can distin
full adult
who )had: passed me came out, ,wide- wafer is approximately equal to a
eyed and breathless. hind him and sent him against the tempt It deserves. Now, mark you, it gulsh two from three.A dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed

"What's the matter I cried.: jamb. I shall always believe that wasn't' his 'fault We bumped Into themat squire was, determined to shoot I thoroughly, then swallowed, they correct

"Where's your master this blunder saved Geoffrey'sIre.\ Annabel. They'd made the Inn there crow which made Its nest In the watchtower I acidity in the mouth and throughout the

I had never stopped the 'Rolls and their headquarters and John walked of his estate. Repeatedly he digestive system and insure'quick, complete -'
She pointed to the room she had .elimination of the waste matters that
as Geoffrey leaped for the 'step I let Into their arms." had tried to surprIse the bird, but In
left and fled downstairs. 'cause ,headaches,bloated feelings
her go. In that Instant two shots were "My God," said the girl. vain. At the approach of man the dozen gas other discomforts.

I nowbegan: to think that the man fired, and a bullet went by my face to "But, as you see," said Geoffrey, "he crow would leave' Its nest From a Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 and

must be dead for he was. a mild old splinter the driving mirror. And then also walked out. To tell you the distant tree It would watchfully wait 48, at 35c and 60c respectively, and inconvenient

fellow and not at, all the sort that we were, flashing through the village. truth, we had the best of the brush until the man had left ,the tower. and tins for your handbag contain-

drinks. himself Into a\ fury ,and puts Geoffrey was speaking."I'm But, speaking perfectly' frankly fear then return to Its nest. ing 12 at 20c.Each wafer approximatelyone

his household In fear. I ,walked to the much obliged, my son. But that the damage is done. They"believe One day, the squire hit upon a ruse. adult dose of milk of magnesia. AU

door and stood listening before I another time you simply must do as I that he's out 'to get them, and if he Two men entered the tower. One remaIned good drug stores sell and recommend them.

knocked.For say. It's you they're after, 'not me. leaves the country I give you my word within, the other came out Start using these delicious, effective

a: quarter of a minute I listened, And now please put her along. I've I think they'll follow him out." and went on. But the bird was not anti-acidgentiy laxative wafers today

but beard no sound, and my hand was holed their petrol-tank, so I hardly "You say," Lady Helena said, "that deceived. It kept away until the man Professional samples sent free to registered

raised, ready, to knock, when somebody think they'll start: all the same I believe you had the best of the brush." within came out. The experiment wasrepeated physicians or dentists if request is madeon

spoke--and before he had spoken In distance." "We put their car out of action. on ''the succeeding days with professional letterhead.Select Products,

three words, I knew the answers to Twenty minutes later we glided out They won't be able 'to move for twen- two, three, and then four men, yet, Inc., 4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N. Y.,

the riddles which I had been trying to of a byroad; on to a grass-grown 'ty-four hours." without success. Finally, five men 35c & 6Ocbottfes

solve. track: where this curled Into a thicket. 'That's a start worth having. He were sent. As before, all entered the :

I knew why the house was disordered I threw out the clutch. could be in London tomorrow If you tower and one remained while the o

and:why I had not been re "My God," said Geoffrey, and wiped left Salzburg tonight. other four came out and ,went away. 20c tins

ceived: 1 knew why the maid was the sweat from his face. "And after My cousin sighed. Unable to distinguish between four and

trembling and why the housewife vas all that: trouble to cover our tracks. "My lady," he said, "for one thing, five, the crow promptly returned to I

In tears : and I knew that, bo they Fate ,beats the band sometimes. And he wouldn't go : and, for another It its nest.

j never so pleasing, the rooms at The 'now tell me exactly what happened." wouldn't be any use. Their finding By the way, has It occurred to, you Mille o!Me -

'Reaping Hook were not for Geoffrey I told him the truth. that letter was deadly: It bore his London that there is no last number The 7Nr PC F.C CT ANTLaCfD

s and me for the voice was the "Colossal," says he. "Colossal. address." process of counting cannot conceivablybe

voice of Pharaoh who was speaking There's no other word. However, there's "Then what's to be, done?" terminated, Doctor Danzig points
The Original Milk of Magnesia Wafer
,pretty fair German and was recommending no harm done." He pulled out a map. "He must have his wish," said G6of- out Every number has a successor

the landlord to do as he said' "And now let's see where we are. frey. "Fate has played Into his hands, There Is an infinity of number


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Cactus in Ethiopia'Came. WAG .CURTAILED

From Somewhere in America -
Isn't it a fact that a muzzled dog
, I I'does not wag his tall as often as
OUR COMIC SECTION American barbed wire manufac- an unmuzzjed one?
turers are said to be refusing 'orders -

from the belligerent powers In
;:" .
.F-; Africa. But something from Amer-

ica, almost as wicked, was at the
; front long before Romans and Ethi FindOut.

x. ops began taking potshots and

THE FEATHERHEADS .J5L2SSU GoodbyiBL1T spear-jabs at each other. Cactus-Is

: I figuring in news pictures from the

[: ) AS I SAID A .AWMlLE wsb. Ethiopian -tt'arone.. \Iachlne-gull -
-YES nests are shown flanked or half-
I / A ,(5olJ.JG-- J 3>>rAR- uST camouflaged by huge plants of flat .
\, MUST BE: | / BE GOING AS l jointed prickly pear ,bristling withspinesmenacing"

f, JUST LIKE I ONEIME": j jJ ALWAYS SAID, ONE alike to Italian From Your Doctor

r, 'Wi-IEN-ETC J ETC ETC /.t\ SHOULD NEVER OUTSTAY uniforms and Ethiopian chammasnot
, a \'i'/ to mention the legs and arms .if the "Pain"'
r RemedyYou
> ._
; f' 10II beneath them .
. :, UPtTITnTT911Tnrn1TrrnhTnU II I ,f? ;.:..:--r..---- LIKE UNCLE ', All true species of cactus ,arc of Take Is Safe.

4\ PETE DID- DID American origin. The prickly plants I
.. 1 l unknown in the Old world, I
t. EVER-- were before -
: I
;; UiUh14ipLL I irTCj the voyages of Columbus. But

:; once cacti were.: introduced ,from ,Don't,, Entrust, Your
Mexico and South, America they became Own or Your Family's
established all around ,the lied
:.j 1 t 1 itorranean'.shores. In .amazingly quick Well -'Being to Unknown

I r time, and from,'" there' ,,they "spreaff Preparations: .
I Ii' 1 t
throughout .the dry 'lovlands'of
: I Iit northeast Africa and southern. Asia; '

1 I ION until .now'_they seem' nbrfjiial,* the landscape.r" l- r ,, '
parts of for the relief of headaches; or the
-d. pains of rheumatism, neuritis or
J No-r BUT IT 1-- ; neuralgiaask,your doctor,\\hat he''thiiiks
\ / \NELL We: 1WOUGI4 Honey Is Again Used for. about it-in comparison
LAT ON pE LtGoiN& X-You LOOKS AS witfy) Genuine Bayer Aspirin. .'.
: Wounds.As..in Days of.:Pliny
BaT GOT AM UMBRELLA IT MtCNT-6EFoRE( We say this because, before the \

ONE'IS I STAYERS? discovery Bayer' Aspirin most '4
VJHEMN FoIZ TME MoRNINCs Honey as'a dressing for wouu'dswas ,
I so-called :"pain" remedies, ad- ;
\ suck: IT ISWT {RAINIM; popular one time in the. Mid vised against by physicians as being' .:...

1 pLEAsANTIS IT ? die ages. Still earlier, during the bad for the stomach'or; often for .
; Roman.empire, .it enjoyed a, certain the heart. And the discovery of
fuiL I vogue; and Pliny refers.In-a,. certaii ll ,Bayer Aspirin :largely changed -_
., passage .to fish fat and"',honey as medical, practice.Countless ,';:

i making a'good?ointment' ;for )wounds thousands. of people ,..j
It' It 'may well be that the fish fat he who have,taken Bayer Aspirin'year S
...' refers to was cod-liver oil. in and_ out..without-ill effect, have :;,;
Now honey has been re-discovered .proved that Ihe 'medical findings kt
n about its safety,were correct. .
as a remarkably effective ointment. .
: hnilJ In a Red Cross hospital in Ham- Remember this: Genuine Bayer .oj
burg, Germany, tests have been car Aspirin is rated among, the. fastest,
lied out with honey during the past methods-yet discovered for,the relief ,<
of headaches and all,common pains :
J! ym half year, and it has been found! ."and,safe for: the average pe on.t@- 5- ::
that even much soiled wounds quickly to,take, regularly.. ",;;
become cleaner under its influ '
You can get real Bayer Aspirin at '
Western Newspaper Uatoa ence. But though it cleans a wound,
any drugstore-simply: by never .
r::. it does not seem to make .it heal asking for it by the-name "aspirin"a.lone.

Fr, more quickly than before. As cod- but always' saying BAYER

r FINNEY OF THE FORCE !!r: ggga. Eyes, But See Not liver, oil promotes rapid healing, I it ASPIRIN-when you buy.
has been combined with honey in

.ti anointment so as to achieve the, Bayer Aspirin...
: vJA1.- S'Loi4G-, double purpose of cleansing and ,

.. :!;: U LL I=TINS O\ soTTA ( SHUREpO healing.-Science Service.

k. ANTED t ESe PAYS We Marry EarlierIn
f 1H'
,% the United States today the average .,"

TEO age at marriage is 21.7 years -Rarely ,HappenAll
"IJI[ --T- for women and 24.8 years for men. who expect lives of joy with- '

0 Today, women marry four months out winning it: believe in miracles.

" 0 REWARD / earlier and men eleven months earlier -

than they did 25 years ago.-Col-
1r '
r. : 'IDNAPPINC lier's.
"" "' woN $$soo REWARD
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'Sk1I Skipped His Tub ,s'r
Old Lady to Old Tar-Excuse me ."
do those tattoo marks wash off? : I Coleman

Old Tar-I can't say, lad '.Stray 1 '

Stories:Magazine. ; LANTERN'
CAt-t'1 "l FEZ SEA 'n'SoGNoME
U the Uttla Colesua
WAY NatiKS; : Prof 'Knew Doc 1Lj 1 Lantern..It with' loBtsntlr.tbrlUIaDN. big ,
.Doctor Guberpea-An awful lot of and I I. alw j ready for any ;
SN'tREET ? WAL- 4 F1CER lighting job in any weather
{are stuck Jait the Heht Deed for outdoor ..
; girls on me. yon every DM
SINSE I 'EZ BE A 't ; : ) on the farm, for banting, tithing,outdoor rjwrU.
5 _____._ Professor Cornpone-They must bean lies genuine Pyrez bulge-type globe,porcelain Yen. "
fi orator oIe le-sted fount Built-in Like ,
7. STRANGER< It-1 TOWI'I- c: 1Qy awful lot., Coleman Lamps, ft makea and borni lu pomp own irai "
i; : : from regular gasoline. It a Wg} value, with yean
SHLlREO.K.: .- =1 of dependable lighting een Je.,tor only' 93.95. ,
; GooD LUCK ToD YEZt' A Careless One SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER-or write a
for FREE Folder.
He-You're good' at conundrums,, THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
try this one. Dept WD150.Wichita Kan*.' Loe Angeles.Calif
Chicago.ia.Philadefphle,Pa. (51Wjguts
:. She-Sure; go ahead.
: ,K} He-Take, .away my first letter,
l li take away my second letter, takeaway acs,
,: .all my letters, and I am still DRESSES, ',

., .: the same. What am .1? Iw I II I INA ANYTHING '
: : She-That's east You're a mall- j
30c 40c 65c Bottles
carrier.-Milwaukee Medical Times.
<.. I

I"i 11111\\ Poor Burglar THE POOR,RICH

Chief-"While I was out with some !

: < Western Newspaper Untoa ? o OFOLKS--'fHE KI APPER of the boys the other night. .turglar,

.-- broke into our: house.
------" -
s, -- .. Yeoman-Did he get anything?
-4 Our Own Short Story THE LEFT Not Quite the,Same ChIef-I'll say: he .did-my wife

:j/ She-If wishes came true, what On her way' up to bed the maid thought it was me coming home.-

would be jour first? looked into her mistress' bedroom Pennsylvania Keystone.
He-I would wish-ah, If I only "The master's locked up for the

dared to tell joti. night, ma'am," she said.
She-Go on, go on. What do you Her mistress looked puzzled.

;: suppose I brought up wishing for:? -"nea]) ', Jane," ,she said, "he must 'YOU CAN -

have been very quiet. I didn't even ALWAYSDEPEND. ,
Still Missing h \ hear him come In." ON .... ,;1

It's Hubby gone.-I miss {ho' .old cuspidor; since. "lie hasn't, 'ma'am," explained Jane WRICLEY'SqUAUTY "I'd never have married you .]

."The police station just phoned to tellus.Stray cept for your money." '
WIfey-You missed It before-tint's }
why It's gone. Mis. D.-They say Atlas bore the Magazine. "Yes, that's another disadvantage -

," world on his shoulders.Mr. In[ having wealth."

.ii. OLD CRUEL .'. D.-He's shifted that Job.'to' me '
v ever since I married you. ; JUST RIGHT That's Something "'4 u

"Do you have much variety at
The Reason
QJ your boarding house?" "Well, we '
[ "Can you take jour warm overcoatsoff
r ,- have three different names for the '
) ? asked the teacher.
cueals.: Tit-Bits Magazine.
"Yes," replied the clas :
"And c.n the bear take his warm

.2': overcoat"Whi"No, miss not off?,?""" replied the cliss. .WRI G:LEY.S' f! T"1 11'tlt 1t

".".. ..'.."'.. I. "Because," answered little Lucy, "no- I
., .. m body knows where the buttons, are." 1

..-, ... PERFECT GUM }
,. .:' -" Plenty to Laugh, At
Feicj'-Oh, no, I'm not thln-sl innetJ.I'm 9 ::1
"Why did you choose me t* be jer the first to laugh at my own silly yM ik'/r R.yrrc:xS awT.'M1

reg-lar feller?" foolishness. "What Is the acid test of affection?

"Y're so homely I knew none of the She-What a Jolly life you must "A willingness to cat any kind "j

f ,:. .' other girls would try t' steal -ou." lead!Answers )Ia azlne. salad that a woman likes." I

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day night. Olive Ficheer, are going to Fort My' Due to the fact that this section of /sn'C He Terrible? ":;':':
..' '
I Rev. Morris of Lake City is holding ers Thursday, where they will visit Florida was not damaged by the un- Job had a good deal of patience, hui l ... : :. .
Clewiston School News a revival at the Church of God several of the furniture stores. 'i seasonable weather, displays of .e nouldn't have stood for the fellow ..: :

this week. Mr. and Mrs. Samp Brown were fruits and vegetables will be unusu- who sits down in 'a chair next.to your :: R.
Mrs. Charles Yoemans and Mrs. visitors in Immokalee Sunday. ally fine. iesk and says: ":-1ow Just go right :- '
FlorIne Moore, Editor Wt. J.: McDaniel were visitors in Fel- i In addition to the All-Florida rodeo ihend working. Don't let me inter- ;',i .<;::.

Associate Editor da last Thursday. MUCH INTEREST SHOWN IN ;, the outstanding agriculture exhibits uI> ."-Louisville Times ".,';; ':.<.
Louise Bussey Mrs. Haley For son'of Felda was SOUTHWEST FLORIDA PAIR and the livestock show, Man- "'",' "
,," "
: f.
Bob Patterson, Sports Editor the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charles I ager Senneff announced that a con- :, '7': :
Yeomana Monday.Mr. Local interest in the annual Southwest -' tract has been signed with the Blue NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS :.:

and Mrs. Morris Ford and son, Florida fair, which opens at'' Ribbon shows to furnish the most MEETINGTo -,:. ;:":':,

First Grade :News Morris, Jr., attended the tennis Terry Park in Fort Myers, February'I elaborate Midway attractions ever ., ',,'-
pupils are mak- match In Fort Myers Saturday after- 18th, is far surpassing that of any} brought to this section of Florida. the Stockholders of ,.} :;;
first grade .
The to be arranged in noon. previous year in the history of the These shows will bring with them CLEWISTOX HOME BUILDINGASSOCIATION .;:,,';..! :
decorations -
ing in accordance with the H. "''''. Guinn gave a demonstration fair. Already exhibit space is nearer;many amusement features never before :- (,.,
the room month. dinner at the home of Mr. and filled than at the same time last shown in any southern state. The Annual Meeting of Stockholders "".';:
in this
holidays has: Mrs. Roscoe Miller Wednesday night. year. Keen rivalry is being shown I Mr. Senneff urges all communitiesIn of Clewiston Home Building As- ", ;':;;
the first grade '
This semester Miss Edith Magill and Mrs. Frank among community and 'county exhibits. the counties of Charlotte, Collier, sociation will be held at the principal .:,,'tl
are pro
taken up spelling and many office of the Association, Administration Y
Magill made a trip to Fort Myerg
Glades, Hendry and Lee, to enter "'
Phonics also com- "yA
gressing Building, Clewiston, Hend : :
Wednesday.Miss An All-Florida Rodeo in chargeof their exhibits in the
fair while thereis -"
bined with spelling. be1! ry County, Florida on Monday, February {i.
I Buena Carson, of Immokalee Cecil Jackman of LaBelle, will
Second Grade Spelling Honor Roll- yet space obtainable and make this 17th, 1936 at 8:00 o'clock in ,, ::-0: :
Mar was the guest of her cousin, Miss the featured grandstand attraction!I the biggest and best exposition over the evening (Eastern Standard ,_.:,15,'
Nora Oglesby, Dalton Carr, Katherine Curry, at Miss Curry's twice daily. Widely known cowboys :'
;held in Southwest Florida. Time) for the purpose of electing : <:
garet Van de Velde Joyce Bullin, home in LaBelle Sunday.Mr. from Hendry, Highlands, DeSoto and i! The fair opens February 18th and three Directors for a term of three .. '
:Mayme Johnson, James Smith, David and Mrs. Derril Danley and Lee counties have already signed up'' continues four days. years, and until their successors have :;!; "

Belcher, Shirley Moon, Esther two daughters, Barbara and Jean, for the events. Wild steers and unbroken been elected and shall have qualified, '...., .:,
Brewer, Billy Maynard. who have been visiting Mrs? Danley's bronchos are being, rounded and one Director for an unexpired .' :;;;

Third Grade Spelling Honor Roll- mother, Mrs. Mary Clark, have returned up from the ranges for daring acts In the TwigsThe term of one year and until his successor ,'" ;
Schiffll, Christine Redish, I thrill thrill to has been elected and shall r ,:'iJ\
Nicky to their home in Chicago, Ill. which promise upon cuckoos make a Hat platfurn. ::
have the acts ':.);: :
qualified approving "
Sue I ;
and ,
Silva, Lewis Blount, Mrs. Quintin Bussell and out-of-state visitors and local rest :
Ralph Mr. and I I ef twigs, and lay their blue, rounded and ''actions of the Board of Direct- W
VonMach. of Lakeport, visited dents as the cattlemen perform'each I ..:
daughter Shirley ; eggs, says Nature Magazine.Tb111th ors and Officers; and for the purpose <.
Fourth Grade Spelling Honor Ron- in LaBelle with relatives on Friday afternoon and nighfin the arena. I[ ruby-throated hummingbird commence j of transacting such other busi-

Eric Belcher, Lawrence Guthrie, a Saturday: Additional premiums on livestockand its nest straddled 'upon, n slender i I i ness as may properly come before '
Herbert Busbin, Phillip McLeod; The members of the Home Eco- produce this year to encourage 1,I I I maple twig, or perhaps, upon a hemlock | the meeting. I' '.

Marianne Jones, Mauryne Prewltt.! nomics Classes of the LaBelle High entry of quality stock and produce,1 f bough overhanging n rlppllne j 'W. C. OWEN, Secretary. .

Fifth Grade- Spelling- Honor Roll- School, with their teacher, Mrs. are already showing splendid results.I stream Feb.I 7. "..*c'I : ::r
Nettle Pearl Norton, James How- fr
ard, Elbert Hooker.
Anderson, who recently en- -
rolled in the fifth grade has returned -
to Pahokee. NEW CHEVROLET FOR' 195.6 ,


The magazine contest was closed I. .
two :weeks. ago and after all.financial '
details were' attended to, it was ,:hy; ; ,, .

was'deducted school found was that' $15.35.the from net Money the profit school's, for tothe awards shareof : }; ,.,;.'; :;1 : x.. ,af ,! : ?; ,;, '<;':: :? > 0f' ;: :

the money. .. ,
-prJzes, all of which are :very lovely ; ;. ;:, : ; ".;' .; :', .
were awarded: to:, : only
Louise Bussey, an autograph album ; 4}

and a vanity case;. Elizabeth ., : ';. ,
Winn, a bracelet, and flashlight; .: 0', .,:;:- :, :t.

Walter Vaughn, a,.knife: Bernice, O'- .' '
.. : ..
Neal, an autograph album; Nealy >+ .;'= r 9a : r< : '; l S plyTr: / > '4 sells at such ;
eversharp pencil; Flor- ,.'! ..' ."
Geiger, an /':: ,-..
T-" "
Moore an autograph album.. : : I '.,
4 '
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Certificates of salesmanship were I : "-' low prices :.
,.... :
also awarded. These certificatesshow ,-: ; '.. -_ '-- ;;:' .' e. : ;.t .

that and the individual ability to has sell the others.personality .1" S'tr? ): ; ; ::;jr:; ; {:\; '

certificates were given to Lou- -r, : : ; .... -" ,
These i :?.r 4
Elizabeth Winn, Bernice '. : .
ise Bussey, : ; J-;<' } :
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Florine Moore. ; : '
O'Neal and :
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AIt :. :. :
SPORTSThe ,. .: } : :> '. -

basketball team Is two games .\, .
behind according to the. schedule, ) ... .. + r { : !

the games have been postponed'be- iynLpy

cause tice the was boys of different held had Monday a practice conflicts.'night game One in which prac-with : ;,:, :.;:';; : ..4N Va.r.' "f'u ;

several boys that are on the town : q' _
team. They beat us eighteen to ten ; ;: hi.

which, Is very, very bad. The teamIs _
nof clicking so well now but will : : c.

be we hope, when we play Moore T. ;,
Haven. We just received word from : .

Moore Haven..that they will not play .. k .:'"''Vx "
Friday. This. game is supposed to bea -

league' game' but they are playing, 'Z' ;.::

another team. .... -:1

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., .. MASTER::: ; Ut;LUXfc;SPORT ;
Two Killed SEDAN:1::
Think of'all the in ;
good things
you get "
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(Continued from page I) '. the hew Chevrolet, and don't get' any :
of Comptroller.: He had started' on'a. -

campaign' tour of the Lake section NEW PERFECTED where'else at Chevrolet, prices, and you will readily GENUINE FISHER -

.and his car broke down near Ar- HYDRAULIC BRAKES understand why people call this the only,complete low-
cadia. Being a good friend of Mr. NO DRAFT VENTILATIONIN

Williams he wjred him to come after lit, ,ofotf and smoothest .r.r developed -priced car. NEW TURRET TOP BODIES ..
him there, Mr. Williams did not havea It's the I only low-priced car with IVew Perfected
drive the most beautiful/ and comfortable bodies
asked Mr. Pafford to .
car so .
have Hydraulic Brakes, which are essential to maximum ever created for low-priced car
him over, Clifton is said to ,
gone just 'for the trip. They were returning driving safety _- -." ,';21i .'

home Saturday night when I C SOLID STEEL onc-ploco The only low-priced'car with the Gliding Knee-Action i ;. '
the accident occurred. '
.. >
A coroner's inquest was held the j TURRET, TOP Ride*, which brings you comfort and'safety beyond :: '.'
morning following the accident but:
C crown'.of beauty, a hrtrnt of tattrf compare
the accident was held to be unavoid- SHOCKPROOF STEERING ,:j
able.. The truck was not seriously : -- The only low-priced car with Solid Steel one-piece ; "

damaged.The .. Turret ,Top, Genuine Fisher-No Draft Ventilation,High- making driving easier and actor' than
coroners Jury consisted of G 't ever before .;

Himes! J. C.: Barwick Roy Alston, Compression Valve-in-Head Engine and Shockproof Steer-
Wilbur C. S. Bowden Goff. B. J. Schroeder and HIGHCOMPRESSIONVALVE ing*-all of which are essential complete motoring I .

-IN-HEAD ENGINE satisfaction. '.

LaBELLE NEWS giving even better performance Good judgment says, BUya new 19S6 Chevrolet-the ,
", ,wfth:*Y.n /... gat and oil ALL THESE FEATURES '
only complete low-priced car.
: ''Mrs. Edna Dreyer with her guests, CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY,DETROIT MICHIGAN
i: Mrs. August Blemke and Mrs. Hom- AND UP. Lttpriot

t er Dreyer, of, Elgin, Ill., and Mrs. O NEW MONEY-SAVING $495 at NewStantLud Flint,Mict;igan.Coup Wuh*
r. Davis Stokes of Atlanta, Ga., motored IMPROVED GLIDING I G. M. A. C. TIME PAYMENT PLANo : asrdIir.P.akthelistpriche

:: to Bok Singing Tower Sunday KNEE-ACTION RIDE 6 Compare Chevrolet's low delivered prices $20 additional. Knee-Action on Master A/ecUi
0: where they spent the day. only$additional.. Prlct quoted Inthit advertufment -
: and low monthly payments. are list at Flint, Michigan and subject t.
t L Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bozeman of the tmoolhutt, sofa rid. of all change without not c.. A Central Motor Fain..
; Sebring, were visitors of Mr. and
' Mrs. A. C. Burke '
: Sunday. They were l
. accompanied to their home by Mrs.

: this Burke week., who will visit them during ,) dh rm4 &v ieect eahP

k Miss Eloise Turner Miss Nellie .
'a Weaver, Beuford Pyatt, and Louise t I
Evans were visitors in Fort Myers
'-': Sunday night. .:

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rennic of .

Pittsburg, Pa., were guests of Mr. c1jt J Motor Company .
and Mrs. M. J. Bush at their home
in LaBelle Sunday and Monday. .
y; A dinner party was given at the .
Clewiston F1orica
home of, Mrs. Nancy Stewart. on Mon. ,_ .

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