The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Maintenance Engineer Injured In WreckMrs.


, George F. Lloyd, who for the past I Gratton George is recovering

REGIME IN SPEECH several months has been in charge AT INN ON TUESDAYNext rapidly at her home from injuries DAMAGE TO CROPSWith

of a crew of maintenance men removing received last Sunday when the car

rip-rap material near Liberty she was driving, a Ford V-8 sedan,

... Point and prior to that time was Tuesday evening at the went ,in the ditch about two miles
B. F.. Paly- of West Palm Beach, a continuation of the heavy
spoke to a 'small but attentive crowd f connected with the Caloosahatchee I Ii I Clewiston Inn, Clarence R. Bitting, west of Clewiston on road 25.
for the U. S. It Is not known exactly how the unseasonal rains over this section, '
here Monday morning at ten o'clockin i project Engineers, recently of New York president of the. Unit-
behalf of his candidacy for the tendered his resignation to ed 'States' Sugar Corporation, will be accident occured but Mrs. Georgewas fear is expressed by farmers that

Democratic nomination for gover- accept a position with the WPA in host to the key men of the organi- badly shaken up, had two ribs crops in many places, from Clewiston

Jacksonville.J. zation, the department heads, direc- fractured)/ knee severely sprainedand i
nor. He used an amplifying systemwhich" all the way around the south side
Als A. Rumbley, of the Clewiston tors of the company and other invit- several teeth knocked out. Medical -i
east of
set just
; was up of the lake, will be flooded out.Shipments .
ton's store. sub-office has taken Mr. Lloyd's position ed guests at a dinner which bids attention was available immedi-

The second gubernatorial candidate r at Liberty Point. fair to be one of' the biggest affairsof ately and she is recovering rapidly. of English peas, the larg-

..to speak here said that he fav- the kind ever held. est crop moving at this time, has -:

Wed constitutional amendments to I H. O. Peters Is r Directors of the company are already School Debate To been greatly curtailed by muddy ::

": curb the power of the governor and arriving in town and during and Impassible roads from the fields ';

eradicate the evils of two job legis Kiwanis Speaker Monday; and Tuesday the company Be Held March 3 and wet ground has slowed planted .

lators. He knocked the slot machino will furnish transportation to them operations greatly.

and said that he stood for a and to any of the other guests who
law : H O. Peters, associate engineerof Pumps are running almost contin.
The debating teams of the Clewis-
honest business administration may wish to go, for an inspectiontrip ,
the Clewiston sub-office, U. S. uously wherever such protection Is
ton High School who have been
affairs. over the extensive properties of
" of the state's. the Ca- provided and far there Is
t Engineers, and supervising so nogreatdamage
He described Governor Sholtz asa the corporation. The President'sdinner working for some time on the debate -
loosahatchee River project now underway to the estimated acreage of
and called the present ad- at 7:30 Tuesday evening fol- "Resolved: That the TownsendOld
tyrant at the tomatoes In this Plants how
was guest speaker area. ,
ministration a "reign of terror". lowed by an elaborate entertain- Age Revolving Pension ShouldBe
regular meeting of the Kiwanis Club ever are not growing rapidly due to
He to restrict the gover ment program,, will be the grand cli- Adopted" have announced that
proposes .
Wednesday night. the lack of sunshine. No disease is
nor's to remove officials max of the two-day affair. the debate will be held at 8:00 on
power Mr. Peters in a brief talk, gave a yet apparent In any of the tomatoesnow
without a hearing, to eliminate the Talks will be made by President the evening of Tuesday, March 3. '
comprehensive outline of the work growing. Transplanting has ---;
for confirmation of judges Bitting and other officials, bonuses There will be no admission chargedand
:, necessity being done In the river and touchedfor commenced and many fields, orIgin.. }
; and district attorneys after their election will be distributed after which the a large crowd is expected to at-
" ,a few moments on the lake 'York. ally drilled In, will have to be planted .
for program will be given. tend. .
to make it impossible one
He described the different, contractsnow with available plants which Is
. man to hold two state jobs, to allow This is the first of these dinnersto Arguing the affirmative side of
,; underway. on the river, the me- expected to reduce the acreage con \
the legislature to call itself into be held in two years, the short the question, one of national interestat
thods of handling, amount of material siderably.
session, to curb the powers of the season of 1935 interfering with the this time are: Ed Clark, Trevalyn ,"r
/ '. each contractor was moving: each I Due to rains and cold weather in
pardon board and provide for the entertainment last year. Moltz and Miss Ethel Willis. On the
election of a'lieutenant-goveinoi\ day, the width and depth of the new negative side are Bobby Patterson, the other tomato districts of the
\, canal and the methods which wouldbe' ,
state It Is estimated that there will .T
Vincent Oglesby and Miss Florine
He promised his first action, if
.! elected, to recommend an investigation used in controlling the water. CaloosahatcheeCacography Moore' .Plenty of time has been giv- be only a fifty per cent crop which ,
Following his talk his interested makes for spring .
prospects bright
: of all state expenditures and en in order that the contestants may '
listeners plied him with questions tomatoes from the lake section.
favors civil service for slate emplo- have ample time to study their sub-
which he answered in detail and in
There have been estimates
:, yees. His criticism of the administration pect thoroughly and form their own no as yet "
as easily an understandable manneras to when other competing areas :,'
and the two job system was ideas and the debate'should be heated as
possible in view of the technical would in but growth has been
caustic. He states that he will see and interesting. come
nature of the work.w. tyy Marjorie B. Wallace
if elected, that the schools are prop- Congressman J. Hardin Petersonhas greatly retarded by cold in Mississippi -
M. Bradnack another visiting
and the is probably true
written and accepted the invi- same
erly taken care of and the other departments
can spend what is left after engineer, rendered two vocal selections The situation at Ortona Lock reminds tation to serve as a judge on that :, in Texas.
which were greatly enjoyed.
Florida has a school system second me of the drunk standing on evening If he has returned to the Hundreds of acres of beans are
Plans were made for several of
to none in the union. the street corner looking at a man state at that time. Other judges will being plowed up because of rust,
the members of the club to attend
Following his talk here Mr. Paty I with his pants bagged at the knees; be J. J. Harrington, Dr. D. J. Wil- : blight and other plant diseases in-
the "Millionaire" dinner to be givenin
appeared before nice crowds in La- finally the fuzzy one went over and liams, I. M. Pafford and E. L. Stew- duced by the cloudy: weather. Insec-
Hollywood Saturday night under
Belle and Fort Myers later in the tapped the baggy one on the shoulder art. ticides which have been applied havein
the auspices of the Hollywood club.
day. and said, "if you're goin' to jump, The best debater on the two teamsin most cases washed off before get-
One of these dinners is being plan-
for Gawd's sake jump." Everythingout the pinion of the ,judges, will ,be ting an opportunity to do good. .
1 '. ned for Clewiston in the near future.W. -
, Gus Cantrell' Raises there is so obviously and neatly awarded the Von Mach debating me- Beans planted' around the middle of

ready to pour; forms in, steel and dal while merchandise prizes will January show a condition about 70

R. HOOKER NAMED AS I I all materials on the job batcher be given to each member on the win- per cent normal and with a few
Record Crop Of Peas
MEMBER DRAINAGE BOARD loaded to its 250 ton capacity, mixers ning team.DREDGE weeks of sunshine will produce nice

all mounted on new Ford trucks, yields. Beans are now bringing from

What is believed to be a record I Ii W;* R. Hooker of Belle Glade was vibrators on hand-and no' power "TAMPA" LEAVES $2.50 to $3.50 on New York market -
elected a supervisor of the South to them. The FOR RIVER WORK
for English pea production on a first I plant run plant was !.
- ,
Florida Conservancy District at a ordered in of time but up' in
plenty ,
picking was made on Wednesday of -- The price of English peas has
I meeting held in Belle Glade Thurs- Michigan the roads have been so The hydraulic dredge "Tampa"
last week when Gus Cantrell picked dropped to rock bottom this week
' day, to fill the vacancy caused by blockaded with snow' and Ice that belonging to the Standard Dredging
: 1374 hampers of peas from his ten I and there Is no evidence that they
i iz" the death of J. B. Jeffries .of Miami, shipment could not be made.: So- it Company and which has been work-
and a half acre field near the county will improve until weather conditions -
' .: line about two miles south of one of the organizers of the drain- really isn't Uncle Joe's fault that I ing on a project in North Carolinais improve. There will be no. more

:" Clewiston. The second picking will age district.He there is no pour to report this week.: scheduled to leave there today on peas planted.Wet .. -.:
'. was chosen by J. F. Scullen of If have concrete her to the Standard contract in
,; be ready sometime this week. you never seen way
.. weather has also caused the
Belle Glade and R. Y. Patterson "of
vibrated you must get out and watch the Caloosahatchee River. It will
The were graded and packed
peas cabbage being cut to be only of fair ;
Clewiston, who with Mr. Jeffries as the You know be compelled to make the
operation some day. probably
2- by M. H. Crouch at his packing
quality and most of it is being cut
chairman had comprised the board. girls, don't just dump concrete trip around the keys and into the
\: house in Lake Harbor and were described and shipped in bulk bringing about
I..; by Mr. Crouch as the best Mr. Hooker is a pioneer farmer into the forms and let it settle; it river from Fort Myers and it is hop-
$15.00 ton. The rains cause the
. quality fruit he had handled this and vegetable broker in the Lake must be spaded or tamped or vibrated ed that she will be on the job short-
head to be spongy but the qualityof
i year. They brought top price and Okeechobee section and his electionwas to drive out every air bubble; to ly 'after the first of the month.HOOISBUHIE .
.: urged by many "dirt farmers" the product not yet ready to cut
;\ were sold by :Mr. Cantrell f. o. b. the I compact the mass, to pack it into every should be better.
of the A
Everglades. chairman of
small crack and crevice and to
: platform at Lake Harbor. I
r' Mr. Cantrell states that he has the group will be elected soon. distribute the. water in the mix evenly. n/

'I smack filled R. C. Dick Hooks of LaBelle MARION COUNTY MAN
never claimed to be a farmer but --just as you a ( ) ,

likes the work and took good care ELL- UR'VELIJ ENGAGEMENTIS : cake tin smartly on the table a few and a resident of Clewiston for many RACE FOR STATE OFFICET

of the pea crop, cultivating it _and ANNOUNCED THIS WEEK times before putting it in the oven. years was married last Friday nightin

keeping the field clean of weeds. He At Ortona the concrete is a very LaBelle. to Miss Lillian Burke of D. (Ted) Lancaster, of Ocala,

is now planting thirty-five acres of The Palm Beach Post carried one dry mix, like fruit cake, to carryout that city. and. Clerk of the Circuit Court for

. tomatoes and ten acres of cabbage at I day this week the announcement of our simile, and the vibratorsare Mr. Hooks is the son of Mr. and Marion County for the past sixteen

- the same location. I' the engagement of Miss ,Claudia I most efficient on that type of Mrs. W. W. Hooks and ';his known and years this week made formal announcement -

Earlier in the season Mr. Cantrell Bell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. concrete. They are, egg-shaped af- well liked by nearly everyone here. l of his candidacy for the

had ten acres of beans planted but S. Bell of Clewiston, to Robert I fairs on the end of a shaft with a He is at present employed by the office of State Treasurer subject' to ,

the severe cold in December did Beach Burwell, of Milford, Conn. handle at the top and a motor in U. S. Engineers. Mrs. Hooks is a the .Tune primaries.

. them some damage so that only a Miss Bell has been a resident of' the egg which vibrates 3,600 timesto LaBelle girl and has been employedfor Marion county has been pointedout

partial crop was made. However he Lake Worth for a number of years the minute and so shimmies' the some time in Alston's, Store as a leader in economy of government -

:" picked 688 hampers which sold for i and is spending this winter at Del- concrete into the desired conditionof there. They are making their homein due to its county officers

{ ,' $2.75 in New York and netted him ray Beach. She is a graduate of the 'amalgamation. LaBelle. and Lancaster is proud of this record -

:::; a small return on his investment; I Oliver, Georgia, high school. One of 'the Northwest draglineswas ,'1. promising, if elected, to 'carry .'.

?f, Mr. Burwell was educated in the down in the spillway' excavation UNION BARBER SHOP this tame economy of government to a'{

REGISTRATIONS RETURNEDThe I schools of Milford and is n"ow as- getting ready for pile driving there, IS OPENING HERE the office of the State Treasurer. He ,"

: I sociated with the Brinks Express as soon as they can manage to get states that he can operate the office '

I; registration blanks filled out Company of that city. some more piles out of the flooded The barber shop owned by Gus on its present basis and save the ::

> with license tags for Clewiston moW I woods. Since tractors are not 'amphibian Cantrell next door to the Clewiston : taxpayers $10,000 per year. He .

:w torists have been returned here and I PROGRESSIVE. DINNER AND and mules won't swim, the Garden will be operated in the future pledges himself to work for a reduction >.

\-r,.. are being distributed from Alston's I! DANCE ON SATURDAY NIGHT delivery of piles has been up fora by T. W. Burnett, a union In the state budget and stricter !

<' Drug Store. Those who bought their while, but they are coming in barber who has had many years ex- supervision of Insurance companies.He 't

, ,.: tag from Tax Collector J. A. Daugh-.;I One of the most delightful affairs again now. perience in the trade and served for also feels himself well qualifiedto 'c

erty in LaBelle without receivingthe J of the season was the progressive And Ortona does hold the pile- nine years in a union shop In Lake solve the trying problem of bond- : ,

blank, properly filled out probably -1 dinner and dance enjoyed by a large driving record-188 in one shift, Worth. He is expecting another union ed indebtedness, which now makes :;;
have one in the bunch and group, most of them residents of while Latham's record so far is 102. barber to arrive sometime this state taxes almost prohibitive in'

should call and get it at once. the government reservation, last Cheer' boys, cheer, Ortona's got the week: and promises to give the peo- some sections. ";
I Saturday night. ball. ple of Clewiston the best of tonsorial >";

COL. DENT HERE Each course of the dinner was Some of these days you may wake service. I CA.TO-S IITIl ::
served at a different home and the up to find MacKenzie's Monighan :

a Col. E. J. Dentdivision engineerof party finished 'up at the home of biting chunks out of your back yard. MAJ. COLLINS RECEIVES I

. the Baltimore division U. S. En- Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peters, where It is progressing mighty fast and NEWS OF MOTHER'S DEATH I Of great interest to the many'

--: gineers with Mrs. Dent and Mrs. J. the large' vacant room on the second l will be In town before you know. friends of Joe Cato in Clewiston is

.. Taylor Woodward, also of Balti- floor was cleared for dancing. I watched the operator thereof yes- Maj. R. H. Collins, of the U. S. the announcement of his marriagelast

more were here for a short time First to entertain were Mr. and terday set that big bucket down Engineer office received the sad Friday, February 14, to Miss

Monday while Col. Dent visited the Mrs. G. S. Mobley assisted by Mr. within a few inches of a stake, firston news last Friday of the death of his Dorothy Ezetta Smith at the homeof

sub-office of the U. S. Engineershere. i and Mrs. S. W. Hauser. Here, as in one side and then on the other, mother, Mrs. Mary Jane Collins, at the bride In Nocatee.

Accompanied by Capt. Richardson each of the other places of enter- and take his line cut as straight as her home in Westfield, N. Jersey, on Mr. Cato is well known here hav-

Selee they continued Qn to tainment the house was decorated In a string without even disturbing the that day. ing worked here most of the time

where the dredges are working in colors and designs to carry out the I slant of the stake.MacWilliams' Funeral services were held Monday for the past nine years. He Is at present -

the Caloosahatchee River, Col. Dent Valentine motif. The guests were i Marion, plant 102, Mrs. Collins was 79 years of employed by the U. S. Engineers.The .

being particularly interested! In this served cocktails, canapes and sand is across the highway at Moore Ha- age at her death and had been ill young couple have taken an

phase of the engineer work in this wiches and given noisemakers as ven now. For several hours Tuesday for several months. Major and Mrs. apartment in the duplex owned. by

district. (Continued on page 4) (Continued on Page 8) .._.._ Collins visited her at home last May. G.. E. Etherton.. -' .- ..


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UNITED, Mine[ Works of America In'l THE RIGHT WAY IS NOT TO 1 i
News Review of Current [in shout
Every game of chance is a sure
ed boisterous defiance William[
bets the
thing, but a man usually .
Green's plea that they drop their campaign ItI.
wrong way.NO \,
Events the World OverSenator [ for industrial[ organization.

WEEK The A. F. of L. president opened his
speech before the 1,700 delegates from

I the coal pits with a plea for cooperation -

Divide and Rule to prevent a split In the ranks of UPSETSThe

Big Men. Light Eyes Borah Throws His Hat in the Republican Ring- American labor. The A. F. of L., which[
,favors the craft (or skilled worker)
Why Go Naked? Administration's Revamped Farm Bill Introduced unions, had ordered the miners, led by

Borrowing a Blimp Assails John L. Lewis[ to abandon their com- proper treatment
Farley Liberty League.
Mr. Green, American Federation ot mittee working for Industrial unions. for a bilious child

Labor head. warns. the miners', union But as he warmed up to his subject,

not to split up the By EDWARD W. PICKARD Mr. Green clashed more directly with THREE STEPS

federation.- Mr..- Lew1&S -- Western Newspaper Union. the views of the miners and the 'scat TO flELIEVIli6II
iaM Is leader of the tered applause which had greeted his ICOHSTIPATIOM
E. BORAH, the liberal Full control of
miners, tells Mr. WILLIAM management condemnation remarks changed to boos and shouts of
senator from Idaho, proceedings would be lodged opposition. III ,
Green, In substance,
"You mind your Js now a, full fledged candidate for the with local officials under the plan, thq
Republican Presidential nomination. aim being to decentralize activities.
own business. A JOSEPH B. EASTMAN. co-ordlnator[ dose
He himself A cleansing today; a smaller
formally put -
labor split seems of transportation, [Is trying to wipe quantity tomorrow; less each time,
near. [In the running by HIS press conference President out an estimated annual waste of $50- until bowels need no help at all.

Union labor S.J.ry. announcing that he Roosevelt announced that a billion 000.000 [In railroad terminal operations..

g should consider the would enter the primary dollars' worth of lending authorizedby and announced'that ANY mother knows the reason

fable of the dying in Ohio which[ acts of congress would not be car would soon order the her child stops playing, eats

who will be held May 12. rled out. For example, the Home Own unification of terminal little,is hard to manage. Constipation.
peasant sum-
That state requires ers' Loan corporation has passed OB facilities in eleven But what a pity so few know the
moned his sons and
sensible to set !
showed them how that the candidate nearly all proposed loans and will not a ,t, ;SJy cities. This, he figures, The way laxatives things right of
shall declare himselfIn need between 500 million and a blllloD[ ordinary even
will the
save affected
they could : ordinary strength, must be carefully
[ writing, and this[ dollars, the President declared. Apple railroads at least
small sticks: sep- regulated as to dosage.A .
Arthur Brisbane Mr. Borah said he cations for HOLO loans closed last }
] annually Mr.
arately could liquid laxative is the answer,
not break, them when all were tied together _'___ ._ .....n.. would do. June 27. Outstanding loans of the Eastman had tried unsuccessfully mothers. The answer to all your
Senator Borah The senator's state- agency amount to near 2 billion 900 to have worries over constipation. A' liquid

ment follows: million dollars. the carriers make the can be measured. The dose can be

"After a thorough survey of the Ohio changes voluntarily.. exactly suited to any age or need.
Louis XI's Divide .......
motto, et tmpera situation[ I am convinced[ that the peo- attacks on the American Lib. *-*><- The unifications[ will Just reduce the dose each time until
("Divide and ,,rule"), [In dealing' with TWO the bowels of their'own
J. B. Eastman moving
ple of that state should be given an league were made [In one day. be ordered at Worcester are .
powerful nobles Is[ -not unknown to the accord and need no help.This' .
opportunity to express their choice in The strongest'was by Postmaster Gen Mass. ; Mechanlcsville, N. Y.; .
enemies of union labor, or Goethe'sDIvde treatment will succeed with
the Presidential primary on May 12. eral] Farley who spoke at a Roosevelt Grand Rapids[ Mich. ; Jacksonville,
_. child and with
[ and rule! Powerful word. any any adult. "
Under the so-called 'favorite son' plan dinner In Miami, Fla. Fla. Montgomery, Ala. Meridian
; ,
Unite and lead Better word.A The doctors use liquid laxatives.
this privilege Is denied them. I "The Liberty league: Miss.; Freeport, Ill.; Des Moines[ and Hospitals use' the liquid form. If it

"To obtain an expression of popularwill i said Farley, "would Council Bluffs, Iowa ; Beaumont, Texas, is best for their use, it is best for
lonely English soldier living on it is my intention to place at least rule America. It would and Ogden, Utah. home use. The liquid laxative most

an island In the Indian ocean wrote eight candidates or delegates at largeIn I squeeze the worker After the first group of orders, East- families use,is Dr. Caldwell's: Syrup
that he wanted a wife, saying "I have the field. druggist has it.
Pepsin. Any
dry in his old 1 age and man,said that,.if necessary he was pre-
hazel eyes," nothing else about himself. "I shall make a number of speechesn r. cast him like an orange pared to compel "other steps of increasing -

Already 2C>0 English girls have offered [ Ohio and present the Issues as I : rind into the refuse magnitude," but would "stand Conserve for What?

to marry him. The 240! disappointedmay see them. :o :wia4 :. $ ,I pall. It would con aside If railroads are able to produce A lazy man likes to think" It is'
find comfort in a better marriage, It is understood by his friends that _aj; tinue the infamous policy their own momentum." ,
picking[ out somebody with blue eyes.It the senator will make 'a contest for : : of using the agen just his way ,to conserve energy.

annoys many, but It must be said delegates In almost every state having I cies'' of government lc ORDERS from Gov. Harold G.
.. ON
that practically all the great men in a preferen'ceprimary.. He says the G. O. create a plutocracy Hoffman of New Jersey, further

history had blue or gray eyes, even P. conventions have been dominated by J. A. Farley that 'would perpetuatethe investigation of the Lindbergh kidnap B I1

men from dark-eyed races, like Na- the old conservative leaders through sorry business of the Mellons and ing and murder'case'' has been started. t !.': .
poleon from Corsica, Caesar from the operations of the "favorite son" the Morgans in reducing 95 per cent of Col. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, head of \ ::; : :; My Ideal Remedy for

Rome. scheme and this control he Intends to the. people to the status ofserfs at the state police, assigned two of his ::
: : :;;
To save answering questions, hereIs destroy if possible. It Is his opinion the mercy of the exploiters at thq star detectives for. the inquiry,. and t'.1' IIEADAC1HHE

a short list: Washington, Jefferson, that only a liberal Republican can defeat requested the aid of federal investi- :, : : "The''.h I have tried all good

Lincoln, Roosevelt, Edison, Henry President Roosevelt next fall, and top."The American Liberty league speaks gating agencies and the New York'' police : :, ., :.. remedies best. It is Capudine quick and suits gent]me'"

Ford. Look up the others. few, will deny that he Is the outstanding conclusively for the reactionariesand ".,. Quickest because'it is' liquid-

---. liberal in his party. their party as do Mr. Hoover, the The,governor wants the Investigationto .-f:: ;L' 1.its ingredients are already w.s.7i .
<, } solved. For headache, neuralgic
Near Tampa, Fla., a schooner loaded United States Chamber of 'Commerce be painstaking[ and thorough.. The V :... ;;1) aches-periodic pains.

with men, women, children, on the CONFORMING to the request of the and the National Manufacturers' asso,' reprieve which he granted Hauptmann .

way to establish a nudist colony In President, both senate and house elation. will expire on February' 15. After that 'E" '

the Virgin Islands;, ran aground. 'Navigators passed measures repealing the cotton, "Its program Is frankly plutocratic' date 'at least four weeks, and perhaps ,

were unwilling to sign for a tobacco and potato control acts. In and asks for the rule of money'' over five, will elapse before the date for the

nudist enterprise, afraid. perhaps, of the house nine radicals and John J. men, as during the 12 years before execution, 'which will be'ordered' by
cold) O'Connor of New York voted "no" Roosevelt's administration."Its Justice Thomas W. Trenchard.
catching 'so, the ship ran, ashore. asa ':
Nudism Js protest against the Supreme court Idea pf the 'American way' [Is .9
a, queer atavistic craving.
The human (that after Marcantonlo of. New York had to maintain a system under which all DAVID LLOYD, GEORGE, former
race began way in'the
delivered a' violent attack on that the. wealth of the nation was being prime minister who, together -
Garden of Eden each
and of us '
with President Wilson and
tribunal concentrated in the hands of a
starts out as, a nudist at birth. The
]Following this action the cent of the people." Clemenceau, was largely responsiblefor
struggle is .to. keep clothed"thereafter.. senate per DO you suffer' burning, scanty or
agriculture committee rewrote and [Introduced At their convention In Washingtonthe the re-making of the map of theworld frequent urination; backache,

It is a strange demoralization that administration's' substitute United Mine[ Workers also took a after the war, now admits that headache, dizziness, loss of energy,

makes some long; to run about un- farm bill. The revamped measure crack at the Liberty league, adoptinga work was not' wisely done. Rising in leg pains, swellings and puffiness

dressed ; the more strange because provides that the federal government resolution denouncing the organization [ ; parliament to support a resolution by 'under the eyes? Are you tired, nervous -
they look so hideously ugly. Lansburg, Laborite, urging Britain .,to -feel all unstrung: and don't
would make grants to the states as "Inimical[ to the Interests and
: know what
just' as Is done now under the roads people of the United States." call a world conference to deal with the. is wrong?

Discouraged by incompetence that ct.ine states in turn would designate causes of war, Lloyd George said : Then give some thought to your
kidneys: Be function
wrecked two dirigibles, this country some agency, to be approved by FIVE of the members of the new fed "I do not Relieve there will be peaceIn for functional sure they kidney disorder properly permits

decided that lighter than air machinesare the secretary of agriculture, to distribute reserve board were Inducted the world until you 'consider the excess waste to stay in the blood,

not necessary. It was necessaryto the money to Individual farmers. Into office with due ceremony. A sixth[ colonial mandates granted at the con- 'and to poison and upset. the whole

borrow a small privately owned This: [ money would be distributed on a Ralph W. Morrison of Texas was to clusion of the World war, when Ger- system.

blimp to take food to 3,000 Tangier formula taking into consideration : arrive later and be I many's colonies were split up Belgium Use Doan's Pills. Doan's are for the

Islanders, cut off from relief by Ice. Acreage of crops. sworn in. The seventh J got the best part of German East kidneys only. They are recommendedthe

No heavier than air plane could land Acreage of soil improving. erosion member had not yet : Africa and the whole of' the Congo.' world over. You can get the gen

there before the blimp, 'which landed preventing crops. been named by Presi- I Portugal and Holland each got millionsof 'uine, time-tested Doan's at any drug

easily. Changes in farming practices dent Roosevelt. Mar- square miles. These countries have store.

Percentage of the normal production riner S. Eccles, appointed j tropical territories. On the other hand

Mussolini threatens to leave the of any one or more agriculture Commodities chairman, and : you have (Germany with none, Italy

league if it includes a ban on oil In designated by the secretary M. S.,Szymczak'of Chi with practically none."

Its sanctions. In modern war, no oil, or' agriculture, which equals that percentage cago, were holdovers. I { ?+ lf. The house of commons rejected the

no war. Mussolini may buy old American of the normal national production The others besides proposal, however, passing Instead an

> ships to use as floating gasoline of the commodity. Morrison are Ronald I amendment expressing confidence that 5V\U-7 8-36

storage tanks. Had he come a little Ransom Atlanta banker 4 the national government is taking all

sooner he could have had plenty of' EVERY Presidential[ possibility these ; John' McKee of a,, ::IIA' practical steps possible for the pro-
Marrlner S. motion of international prosperity anda No Need to Suffer
them at a bargain, 'about one thou- must have some plan for the Ohio, former chief

sand million dollars' worth of expen- salvation of the American farmer. Senator bank examiner for the Eccles better understanding among all peo- I

sive steel floating "junk," built when L. J. Dickinson of Iowa often Reconstruction Finance Corporation, ples. "iVorningSickness"

this country's foolish entrance' into the mentioned for the Republican and Joseph A. Broderick of New York.
GUSTLOFF, Nazi lead- "Morning sickness"-is caused by aa
World war found It unprepared. nomination[ The reserve board, ..whlch: has been WILUELM
brings was assassi- acid condition. To avoid it, acid must be
now out his "
called "a supreme court of banking[ ,
offset alkalis
: by -such magnesia.
permanent farm nated [in Davos by David Frankfurter,
England and Russia pro- has powers unparalleled [In American[
were getting gram which he son of a rabbi and a native of Jugo- Why Physicians Recommend
along nicely, and now the. Russian[ says financial history. Among these is au-
en- he
'. slavia who told the police actedon
voy, Lltvinoff, attending the late King's[ thority to double present margins that Milnesia WafersThese
one's orders and not
farm no was con-
problem from
funeral, commits the British unpar- member banks are required to maintain mint-flavoredcandylike wafers are
donable sin. "bureaucratic control"In against deposits ; the dominant nected with any political group. The pure milk of magnesia in solid form-

Washington. His voice on the open-market committee German government immediately sentto the most pleasant way to take it. Each
After talking with the new king, Lit- plan would embrace whIch charts the system's participationIn Switzerland a strong protest, stressing wafer is approximately equal to a full adult
vlnofY[ instead of expressing admira- 4ss gs [ that Berlin has often warned the
erosion control, soilonservatlon the government bond market, and dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed
tion for the overwhelming royal Intellect Swiss of the "dangers of thoroughly then swallowed
and restoration over which It had no authority' under government they correct
remarked that the new king of fertility of anti-Nazi agitation by the liberal and acidity in the mouth and throughout the
the former law
veto the
; power over
Edward VIII, was "just a mediocre finds. Administration[ Senatorwould beads Marxist[ pre& ." The net result of the digestive system and insure quick, complete -
of the various banks
young Englishman" and repeated what be Dickinson murder [is likely to be bad for the elimination of the waste matters that
handled which insures the selection of a president [- cause gas,headaches,bloated feelings anda
the young king had said to him, some, Jews for find that Switzer-
the may
jointly by states and the federal who ,will co-operate with the dozen other discomforts.
thing "not done. land will not be the hospitable haven
government in a manner similar to board, and the power to fix margins Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 and
highway construction. governing relations between banks and for refugees that it has, been in the 48, at 35c and 60c respectively, and in

Mr. Norman Thomas of the Socialist The Dickinson[ program, similar to brokers. past.To I convenient tins for your handbag contain-
left wing runs for President some- that advocated by former Gov. Frank reduce the danger of clashes be- ing 12 at 20c.Each wafer is approximately)

times and says the "New Deal" Is O. Lowden of Illinois[ 'Includes pay- OENATOR VANDENBERG of MichN tween Jews and militant Nazis[ Dr. one adult dose of milk of magnesia. All

leading to Fascism, a dictator.In ,ment of the balance 'due Paul Joseph Goebbels, German ministerof good drug stores sell recommend them.
signers of .gan has grave doubts of the eco-
Italy Socialism and doctrines even AAA contracts, a higher[ tariff on farm nomic necessity or value of the ship propaganda, prohibited all meetingsof Start using these delicious, effective

more radical, led to the rise of Mus- products, continued 'corn loans, and extension canal that is being dug across central Jewish cultural associations. anti-acidgently laxative wafers today

solini, aided by castor oil and other of farm mortgages .at a low Florida, and offered in the senate com- Professionalsamples sent free to registered
methods. If our dictatorship rate of [ [tETHER an oil embargo against dentists if
comes, interest merce committee a resolution for [Investigation W physicians or request is madeon
some radicals will look back sadly to by a special committee. In Italy could be made effective was professional letterhead. Select Products, : ,

the good' old days when you could HEADS of various government agen- support of his move he produced let- the knotty problem confronting a Inc., 4402 23rd St., Long Island City, t!. Y. '::1
League of Nations committee of ex- ,.
mind without
speak your being shot. concerned with housing have ters from eleven companies operating 35c & 6Ocbottles
or put to, work. perts that met In Geneva. About a
submitted to the President a nation- steamships: 'saying they would not use .1:
dozen countries were represented, but
wide, low cost program based on cheap the canal even [If no tolls were charged. Poland refused to take part on the .
Col. Charles A. Lindbergh[ his federal loans to local
spent communities. the of
According They asserted expense employIng -
ground that It. exports no oil to Italy, 20c tutsM1ul
thirty-fourth birthday In Wales, his to authoritative sources, this canal pilots added to the risk of but only to Czechoslovakia.

wife 'and one son with him. He must undertaking would contemplate: damage to ships would offset savingIn League authorities said the Investi-

have felt as. though. he had already 1. A long-range building program. .navigation costs. gation into practical possibilities of en- '

lived 100 years, and have wished_ almost 2. Interest rates perhaps as low as Work was started some time ago on forcing an oil embargo against Italy. In of Ma

; that' he had been, content to remaln'In 1 per cent ,on federal loans. the canal,. which, [If completed, will addition to the present war penalties ', ? TNC VRFE CT ANTI AUO
the"nirmail '
service. [ apart. from. 3. ,Construction' of- facilities for as cost between $140,000,000 and 5200.- was lIkely. to center to a large degreeon

the limelight. _many _as one mJlIqnf ,mi1i s.1 000000. the attitude of the United ,, tnte.i.Wi. '
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By REV. P. B. FITZWATER. D. D.. pinch leaves and branches, leaving [ :
Member of
Faculty Moody Bible
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Lesson for February 23 To dice or cut marshmallows easIly -

dip a dry scissors into powdered .

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LESSON TEXT-Luke 8:26-37. Meat thawed quickly Is likely to

GOLDEN TEXT No servant can be tough. Keep frozen meat In warm

serve two masters; for either he will place before cooking. '
hate the one and love the other; or
else he will hold to one. and despisethe of Backbone !

other: Ye cannot serve God and One teaspoon of chopped maraschino Lack of vitality; never made a ruf ,

mammon Luke 16:13. cherries nnd one tablespoonof fian. I
Friends In a Storm. orange juice added to boiled salad

JUNIORS: TOPIC Jesus With His dressing makes a delicious dressing

Chinese Boys Learn Embroidering I Friends. In a Storm.INTERMEDIATE for fruit salads.
',1 .
, TOPIC-Sympathy or Selfishness?
> Prepared l> .the National Geographic Society, sels, and the Portuguese still controlthe YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT If an apple tree Is broken by winter COMMON

.c' Washington. D. C.-WNU Service. rocky peninsula and two nearby TOPIC-Human Welfare .Before Financial I storms, pare off the splinters

:. MEnlCA'S first foreign tradeas islands where they gained their first Profit. with a sharp knife or chisel and

A a new-born Republic was foothold. treat the wound with creosote, then
After his teaching by the parable
' with China. From Amoy, .
Macao Still give it a coat of-linseed. oil and lead
ImportantHere of the soil and the
British vessels had come the tea lighted candle,
paint. Do not let the creosote touch
which was dumped overboard at the came the Dutch to be repelledby Jesus exhibited his credentials enforcing .
the live bark. ... -i1d I
famous Boston tea party. Within six Portuguese battleships and the his teaching by demonstrations of a .. ;.. ." Relieve* the distressing

months 'after England had acceptedthe Monte guns ; later, the long arm of his mighty power. Chocolate cake scorches easily on III >ymptoms by applying

Independence of the Thirteen Col- the East India company stretched I I. Jesus Calming the Storm (vv. 22- Mentholatum in nostrils
the bottom and sides because of the
to reach into Macao's 25)). I 1 and rubbing on chest
merchant vessel the sea
.. onies, our 'own first across. large percentage of fat it contains.It .
,:, the newly christened Empress of rich trade pocket. To all early sea In this miracle he demonstrated his : Is therefore necessary to bake It .

China, was already on the high seas trade with Canton, Macao served as power over nature. In moderate Li1i7c
" a oven.
; bound for Canton-1 and tea.: Both gateway. Even the Empress of China! 1. Jesus asleep (v. 23)). While the .1. FORT'IDaily

;f:: Canton and Macao then figured promi had to stop here to get the official Chinese disciples were sailing the ship the
,. trade. she could proceedto Master fell asleep. To roll marshmallows In coconut
.; nently in early American permit before
2. The frightened disciples (vv. 23, shake them one by one in a bag of
: activIty anchorage.
'One the feverish Whampoa
, ;, can picture
.. For ONLY 1.ONow
", of New York harbor during those How truly the little possession 24)). The storm seems to have beenan shredded coconut. .

:'.' early days of 1784 when the little SCO- served as the China outpost. is revealed unusual one. These sturdy men were Try this Famous
used to storms but their Add one-eighth teaspoon of cream Gam,
as ship was
final the epitaphs carvedon .
'. ton ship was reaching the stages by reading AllVegetable
' being filled with water they awoke of tartar to cinnamon and sugar .
:: of her'overhauling and was being load- some of the tombstones in the little Laxative forConstipation. ,-
Jesus with their of fear. used In apple sauce. It gives It a i
of sailor- cry k ITCH. '
::: ed with 30 tons of ginseng (China's Protestant cemetery. Names ( It

"dose'of Immortality"), 2,000 fur skins, men and merchants from Boston, Salem 3. Jesus rebuked the wind and water delicious flavor. .
(v. 24). At his word there wits a : rids the System
1,270 camlets, and small quantities of and British ports appear frequently.
, calm. We Rub of linseed oil and $ of Poisons and .
Robert Morrison great can. with confidenceput equal parts w .'
cotton, lead, and pepper. l Here; too, rest d '
Edmund our trust In Jesus Christ. vinegar well shaken Into leather cov- ; acts mildly like-
Then came sailing day, Washington'sbirthday. the noted British missionary;
The departing Empress of Roberts, special diplomatic agent of 4. Jesus rebuked the disciples (v. ered chairs, occasionally. It keeps nature intended,
-. 25). After rebuking the raging elements them In good condition. '' T Larger size 25c.,
China voiced a salute of 13 guns ; the U. S. A. to several Asiatic courts ;

, battery responded with 12. Thomas Waldron, first consul' of the he turned to the disciples.. He .
. did not rebuke them for hIm I
In his pocket Captain Green carried United States for Hong Kong, and waking Tie a cheese cloth or paper bag

a sea letter, penned by the young con- others who featured in the early intercourse but for their lack of faith.II. over the mouth of food chopper, POWDE'NATURE'S ;-:

gress and addressed to the ""Most Se- wi"i China. Jesus Casting Out Demons (vv. when cutting bread, nuts, etc.,

rene, Most Puissant, High, Illustrious, .Macao has lost much of' Its commercial 2G-39). through It. Every bit will then. besaved. BEST ASSISTANT"PARKER'S

" Noble, Honorable. Wise and Prudent luster since Hong Kong sappedits In this mighty act Jesus' power over .

Lords, Emperors, Kings, Republicks,. vitality; yet today its volume of demons was demonstrated. Demon Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. .

Dukes Earls Barons, Lords, In .possession was in that day. and it Is
Princes, commerce is greater early years,
today, an awful reality. The charac- Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes HAIR BALSAM i
Burgomasters, Councillors as although insignificant In proportion to weak women strong. No alcohol. Sold o fR.n oveaDandrnfYStopsBairFalling "
Judges, Officers, Justicians, and Re- the total trade now carried on in this teristics are often similar to cases of by druggists in tablets liquid.-Adv.. Impart Color and
Beauty Gray and Faded Hair ,
gents of all good cities and places, region. With recent harbor constructions Insanity, and many are called insane, toe and II 00 at Druggist ,
I .. .
who HlgcoxCbem Wk Patchogqe.N YFLORESTON
whether ecclesiastical or secular, who at the cost of some $2,500,000 are really demon-possessed. There We Differ

shall see these patents or hear them and a reclamation project of 130 acres, 1. Jesus met by the demoniac (vv. Men' are "created equal" In connection with SHAMPOO Parker's Hair-Balsam.Makes Ideal for use the in J'

I 26-29). This poor man's suffering was hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or at drag -i
read. It makes bid for atten- in .
again a greater rights; not ability or opportunity. gists.Hiscox Chemical Works.Patehogoe N.Y.
dreadful. He abode in the with-
later after four tombs
. Thirteen months :
tion.Fish out clothing. At the sight cf Jesushe
:... months at Whampoa, anchorage for 'firecrackers, opium, and game
made and fell down be-
an outcry
: Canton,' the sturdy ship was back In bling are now Macao's chief stock in *l

New York, her.,holds filled with 403,000 trade. The important, colorful fishing fore him and besought him not to tor-

pounds of tea, 902 pieces of chinaware, I I industry employs some 2,000 Junk ment him. There Is no doubt in the HOW TO "ALKALIZE" YOURSTOMACH .
mind of demons as to the reality of
42 nankeens
490 pieces of silk, and 50,000 men and women.If f
of torment. .
a place
2,790 pounds of cassIa recent have brought little
years 2. Jesus' question (v. 30). He asked
Her successful voyage signaled the change to Macao, the same cannot be ALMOST
him, "What is thy name? His purpose -
expansion of our merchant marine. said of Canton. The ancient southern .
was to bring the real man to
, Tiny ships, manned by youthful American metropolis has been undergoing
consciousness, to enable him to dis
: sailors, were soon prowling the long-needed beauty treatments, and INSTANTLY, .
tinguish between himself and the demon -
F;, eastern seas, beating the monsoons up from it new Canton is emerging. Lit. :,
who held him. The answer shows
::: the China coast, and cluttering the tle more than a decade ago ,Cantor
that the man thought his case was
_ Canton harbor. The China trade was presented much the same appearanceas Amazingly Fast Relief For7rouble, ?
hopeless. He said, "Legion, which
'. on. x when the clipper ships were lading And
Now From "Acid
\ meant that many demons had entered >'C.-4
t., -Swift Growth of Trade. their cargoes from its musty godowns.. into him.

I .- It was Chinese-deliberately, stubbornly Over-Indulgence Nausea
L.. Homes In Salem and Boston, and, 3. The demons' request (vv. 31, 32). ,

."< to a lesser degree, In New York and; Chinese. They asked permission to enter Intoa and Upsets N ;. /
suspicions'have been minimized
Today old
-i Philadelphia, became veritable museums herd of swine.

,;'1 of Chinese goods and curios. The Bund, formerly a muddy 4; Their request granted (I vv. 32 33).
track lined with buildings Is
rat-trap ,
\ In 1790 the China trade represented Just why this was cone we do not

.;' approximately one-seventh of our for cow a wide, well-paved thoroughfare know. Since Jesus did it. we must you want really quick relief frequent sufferer from "acid
fronted with modern eight and nine- IF ;
', eign imports. Within another fifty believe that it was right and wise. from an upset or painful stomach," use Phillips' Milk of ;+.
hotels, stores com '
story department ,
years our vessels were bringing home 5. The effect upon the people (vv. stomach condition-arising from Magnesia minutes after meals. : ;
mercial houses, and an up-to-date cus ;
f tom house. Narrow streets and alleys, 34-37). acidity following over-eating, You'll forget you have a stomach! '
annually. a. The keepers of the swine went
accessible only to the traffic of wheel smoking mixtures of foods orVhen that
you buy, see any
,\. swift clipper ships. and made It known in the city and
barrows and sedan chairs have given country.b. stimulants -just,try this: box or bottle you accept is clear
American enterprise however, came
way to wide streets to such an extent marked "Genuine Phillips
to China much later than that of Eu- The people made investigation.They Take-2 teaspoonfuls of Philly
that tour conductors find difficulty in
ropean nations; for, be It remembered, the "tortuous channels" of saw the man-sitting at the feet lips' Milk of Magnesia in a Milk of Magnesia." '
up of Jesus, clothed and in his right mind, :
the disappointing new continent's wildernesses old Canton. full glass of water. OR 2

.' inhabited by savage red and heard the testimony of those who Phillips' Milk of Magnesia 'L i

.... Canton It Is had seen what was done.c. ....
skins, appeared on the horizon when as Today. Tablets, the exact, equivalent SIGNS WHICH OFTEN :

., Old world adventurers sought China'sriches I The visitor who a few years ago The multitude besought Jesus to of the liquid form. .
by sailing westward. depart from them. How sad [f is that INDICATE"ACID STOMACH" '.....
wrote that "you have to choose your '
works of This acts almost immediately to :
in the face of the mighty "
But what of the China coast today, place to knock the ashes off your cigar, ':'
',' Jesus men will not open their heartsto alkalize the excess acid in the PAIN AFTER WING SLEEPLESSNESS
the lodestar which attracted those or they will alight in a dish of soy or
him. stomach. Neutralizes the acids ,FEELINS OF WEAKNESS INDIGESTION
i:; early explorers? dried duck, on the one hand, or a pileof MOUTH ACIDITY
c' Macao today Is a transplanted city, wonderfully wrought silk embroidery 6. The request of the healed man that cause headaches, nausea, NAUSEA .
He desired to be with LOSS OF APPETITE SOUR STOMACH -
38 39)
vv. ,
i.:S; a bit of medieval Europe tucked In on the other," could now whisk and indigestion pains. You feel HEADACHES

.l"a Chinese setting. The pink, blue, and through CO miles of wide paved Jesus. This was natural and right, results at once. FREQUENT .....
.' but his responsibility was to go home
: other pastel-colored buildings that line streets In one of the thousand or more Try it. AND if are a
and show to the people there what you
,? the water front and dot the hills up tot motor cars that honk their way
God had done for him.
great things
: the walls of historic Monte fortress, through the city. Thousands of build .. ._ ,-- ,-. .. .. _-_ -- -.- -- -. -, -.- ,
-- r::
'I 7 -
r h't: the weathered offices churches, and govern-True ings were razed and much of the old 43-4S, III. .Jesus'. Power Over Disease (vv. ;tI. :r -. .::pi: H tIJ:"' : J J= _.:M jCi, -< I: $>!;
; are wall demolished to provide for these
;' the majority of shops are hung with modern arteries of bustling Canton. Jesus heals a woman with an issueof

chromatic signs bearing ChInese. ideographs blood. Observe : s
"Everything new originates In Can- (
tft'. for the city's population Is ton," say the Chinese. Politically thereIs 1. Her' helpless condition (v. 43):: ). II O 0 i

.:'. 87 per cent Chinese, but the banner much truth to this statement. Here She had been a great sufferer for

., that floats over the tiny area of little is where Sun, Yat Sen found followers twelve long years (Mark 5:20).

: ,,. more than 11 square miles Is the red for his three principles of Kuomin- 2. Her faith (v. 44). Her faith was How do I feel. }
demonstrated by pressing her way ..
emblem of
green Portugal. tang. By popular subscription, a mod-
.', Here it was that early In the Six- ern monument and memorial auditor- through the thronging multitude. Rotten! do ask ? "
3. Her confession (v. 47). She why you | i
teenth century Portuguese traders
ex- ium, In which new political Ideas are .
)' tending the oriental sea route which born tad talked Into vigorous activity, thought furtively to .get'the blessing

/;:" Vasco da Gama had carved around Las been built as one of Canton's formsof but Jesus had her make a public con- "Because,

'.> Cape of Good Hope to India, first recognition of the late leader. fession. you are not yourself !" 'S'!;r
4. Christ's words of encouragement i
.r"" opened commercial relations wIth
Two new bridges are being constructed -
-;. opulent Cathay. Here they founded across the Chu Kiang (Pearl (v. 48). lie told her that it was her TT is all so simple, too I That tired run-down,exhausted feeling quite ::

::" .: the pioneer European settlement In the river), linking Canton city with Honan faith;, not her touch, that saved her, -L often is due to lack of a sufficiency of those precious redbloodcells.Just ..JM.
and bade her go In peace.IV. build these oxygen-carrying cells and the whole body takes on ;J
;;>!:'v5 Far East and held the monopoly on Island. Some of the old temples have up ...
new life. .. food is really turned into energy and strength. .you can'thelp
': Chinese trade until the Eighteenth been converted Into school rooms and Jesus Raises the Dead (vv. 40-
deficient red-blood-
but feel and look better. S.S.S.Tonic restores -
25'.S century.In the Cantonese boys and girls enjoy ten- 42; 50-50). cells..it also improves the appetite and digestion. It has been the
1557 the Portuguese received conditional nis handball and basketball 1. Jairus request (vv. 40-42). His is
on courts nation's standby for over 100 years. .and unless your case exceptional
.' cession of this territory be- laid out in the ancient enclosures. only daughter lay dying. lIe besought it should help you too. Insist on S.S.S. Tonic in the blood-red

cause of their assistance to the Chi All of the old, however, has not dis- Jesus to come to his house. cellophane-wrapped package. The big 20-oz..size is sufficient for two

nese authorities In an attempt to sub appeared. In narrow lanes one finds 2. Jairus informed of his daughter's weeks' treatment...it's more economical. 'The S.S.S. Coy -

due the, pirates that infested the coast secluded restaurants selling snake death (v. 49)). 1

and the river 3. Jesus' assurance (v. 50).
approach to Canton.
meat, served In broth. Elsewhere m nand
Pirates still lurk Just around the island boys work elaborate embroidery 4. The skeptical mourners; (51-53).

corners to plunder hapless ves patterns on silk In half-lighted rooms. I 5. The daughter raised (vv. 54-50).

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Inc. recently. II Fred Curry. (Paid Political Adv.) 9:30 to 400
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnborg

while here. The next stop was at the Peters .:--:..:..:..: ...: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. .:..:... : :..:..:'
Mrs. Russell are spendingsome home and in spite of the fact that .
Keathley Bowden, Editor TO TIlE VOTERS OF HE DRY
time in the states and brought a great deal of food had been con- COUNTY

their own car in which to travel. The sumed, a delightful time was had
dancing to radio and I Dr., A. J. LittleOsteopath '
Hawaii license plate caused no little by everyone LaBelle, Fla.

Entered as second class mall mat- attention in Clewlt*.. phonograph music. Mrs. Peters had Ii I announce my candidacy for the
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post -,--- decorated the room with masses of I office of Superintendent of Public _?

Office In Clewiston, Florida, under PROGRESSIVE DINNER ,paper? hearts and subdued lighting I Instruction.I I Lake Harbor Phone No. \
the Act of March 3, 1897. (Continued from page 1) effects made the room more than served the schools of this com-

favors. beautiful. munity many years and will, if elect- .
From the Mobley home the guests Those enjoying the evening were ed, do my best to keep the doors of
of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mr. and school houses and raise the
home Mr. and the
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. proceeded Mrs. Hoomes to the Rich where the salad Mrs. Hoomes Rich, Moblejj.Mr. and Mrs. S. standard of the schools.I open .:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:::
rates on application I t
Advertising was served, congealed hearts of W. Houser, Mr. and Mrs. V. ,A.' Allen promise a complete separationof
cranberry salad. Their home also!! Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peters, Mr, the schools from politics and I :: :!:
was beautifully decorated and more'.and Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mr. and 1 will work for a tenure of teachers 'I
Devoted to the advancement based entirely upon their success inl 1
favors were distributed.The Mrs. J. B. Dotterer, Mr. and Mrs.
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry the school room. FURNITURE
next stop was the home of M. T. Ironmonger, Dr. and Mrs. J. I Upon this platform I solicit your
County. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miller where W. Ezelle and Mr. and Mrs. Fred support.

the main dinner course was served Curry. I D. G. McCORMICK.I : '
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not have with Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,. Mr.
Bowes I
Major phenom- and Mrs. V. A. Allen and Mr. and THE COMMUNITY: CHURCHD. B. MershonAGENT I :: FURNITURE COMPANY =::
been surprised at Tampa's Mrs. J. JDotterer assisting the Mil- Jenkins Williams, Minister. I

enal voting in the Amateur Honi> The dinner course consistedof -- i ?
era. Sunday, February 23, 1930 :: ::
been chicken, mashed potatoes Belle Glade
Tampa's voting has always creamed I New York Life'I ,
rolls 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. y y..
with hot .
"phenomenal". and green peas dis- 10:45 A. M. Junior Church. I :;: Next Door To Theatree : .-
and coffee. More favors were Insurance Company r
-- 7:45 P. M. Evening Worship: "Div ;
Sally Rand says advertising pensed dinner'the and after merry enjoying party the continu-delicious idends". I ARCADIA, FLORIDA X..:N:.1..1...N.N..N.....1...NNN. ...;....N.........N1.....N..NN.. ..N..N.N..M 1VM1.

should: be given credit for her success ----
-which :won't make newspapermen -

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Federal Deposit Insurance

days Corporation protect of the,depositors Roosevelt a product administrationto in of banks the early has ow ; ; ) :VM1.j VM1. 4 1+ ;i: 1-,.

been moving along with little bally- '

hoo and has recently announced the

result of its activities., Tl-ese are en- .;i<. :_
the leas' and if the
couraging to say
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party wants to use its record as M2q': ;. ,
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little ..... Y v.. :r' {: ;fir
campaign material we can see -.ww..v:

wrong with doing so. .,
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The working plan w;
tially as follows: The treasury and i
federal reserve banks eac paid half : .
of the three hundred mil Lon dollars .. --iP.: :. ( ..

capital to start it off ati'l all member I ,' 1 ?

banks were to make annual pay- I 1: .. :
ments to build up a fund from which
depositors of any bank n'hlch; might .. .. .. ... .SS.i0' "
: .... -..:' : ::.f::: :: : : :3y: ::::: <,,:: (
close would be paid back; in full up .. C: ,)6 ,' '
to $5,000 on each account. For a-

bout eighteen months a trial payment -

plan of one fourth of one per .,, r ,)
cent of Insurable deposits was levi-

ed and after the first twenty monthsof .
operation it was discovered that :.-- -.- --.: ;!
the income from the three hundred .: ; .--: :

million capital had covered all expenses -

and the payment fund was, .: \
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not needed, and no more payments : I. ,

will be necessary before 1938. 1

The best of all though is that ,-

since January of 1934 there have t 'E
,.-y. Ni
been only thirty-four bank failures .

and the cost of paying, off deposi-

tors on a 100 per cent basis was!!

only $7,000A00Quite some differ- NEW PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES o

ence from: the years, not far remov-

ed;; when as high as 2,000 banks ;

closed in one year with depositors VALVE-IN-HE ENGINE o o FULL-FLOATING REAR AXLE .,

lucky to get a small percentage of

their original deposits back.

The Federal Deposit Insurance make Chevrolet the world's, greatest truck value .' U

Corporation is truly one of the :.

greatest of the New Deal agenciesand
one from, which a great deal :
will probably the heard within the The truck with the greatest! pulling- .

next few months.POLITICAL J power in the entire low-price range "

the safest truck that money can buy and 1

CAMPAIGN IS ,ON the most economical truck for all-round duty-that's { '

D. G. McCORMICK FIRST UP the new 1936 Chevrolet!

Chevrolets are the only trucks in their
\ These
News new A .
LaBelle )
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with all the following features: Neiv
Upon another page of this paper price range NEW HIGH-COMPRESSION
appears the announcement of D. G. f f.- Perfected Hydraulic Brakes, for unmatched stopping- VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE

McCormick as candidate for Super- : power;New High-Compression Valve-in-Head Engine,
intendent of Public 'Instruction. giving pulling-ability and operating economy with- with increased horsepower, increased

Mr. McCormick ia one, of Hendr.y NEW PERFECTED out equal in the low-cost field; Full-Floating Rear torque,greater economy in gas and oilFULLFLOATING

County's pioneers, tyhen he came HYDRAULIC BRAKES Axle of the most rugged and durable design; and

here there were no roads; no schools -Trimmed De Luxe Cab for driver comfort, with
worthy of the name and few other always equalized for quick, unswerving, clear-vision instrument panel for safe control. ,
improvements, and he was instru- "straight line" stops
I See these new 1936 Chevrolet trucks at your earliest
mental in bringing them all.
convenience. Subject them to any and every competitive
He was first elected school trus- of of features and of performance ,. ,
test price, --
tee when LaBelle had only a two
teacher school and he built it and on,the road with your own load. To do this will be

established the high school. to convince yourself that they're the world's thriftiest 3Y, ,... ,.....
NEWFULLTRIMMED trucks and therefore the world'sgreatest ,k
Th.e people of ,LaBelle organized high-powered '
, and backed Mr. ''McCormick for a / values! =

place on the old. .,Lee County School DE LUXE CABS CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICH. "

_. "Board. He was, elected easily and with clearvisioninstrument REAR AXLE
immediately Made better provision panel NEW MONEYSAVING C.M.A.C. TIME PAYMENT PLAN
,,; ;; with barrel wheel hearings
I' for the LaBelle school and for all 4 for safe control 601 0 Compare Chevrolet''low JrlirereJ price and low monthly type
: other schools in what is now Hendry a :J payments on IJ -ton modelsA

,! He built
f\' erected in Clewiston, bringing the
lumber by 'barge from Fort Myers, 1936 CHEVROLET

a task which required two weeks.

c He has always been progressive in I

'>. education. Fifteen years ago, when
:; new things in education were rare,

t, he put Home Economics, typewriting -
Motor CompanrfClewiston
and manual training into the Clewiston

...::' curriculum of the LaBalle High l
School. The Hendry county schoolsowe

core to Mr. McCormick, his Florida .. .
friends say, than to any other man.) ,
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CNfNfNfN:NfNfN..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N N N:NfNfNfMfNfNfN N 1 I A. W. Sias, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, vaso In wrought iron holder. Mrs.C. Prewitt, C .W. McDonald, G. S. the winners., Miss Strickland wad '
1 f .. ,Mrs. Joe Cato and Mrs. Glen E. L. Downs made the lucky cut and Mobley A. O. Ward and J. A. Rum- given a guest prize.

J$: Personal Mention $::: Etherton spent Thursday in Paho- was presented with a set of Madeira bley.Tea Those enjoying the occasion were:
-, '' kee. napkins. Mrs. J. L. Rumbley was guests: Mesdames J. E. But- Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mr. and; -

a) 'vfDZNJMMJ..J..}--J..I..X'XMM*.JMX.4!..tX*.X..jJMI*.> awarded the consolation prize, narcissus ler, Olin Carleton, W. M. Bradnack'l Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs,
bulbs in an imitation log, and Z. G. Meredith, M. J. Hirsh, A. W.'i' Max Meluh, John Lucaa and J. J, '; .;
* Mrs. Powell, of Pahokee, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. M. J. :
Ora W.
Mrs. Zanoue received a set of cock- I Lawrence M. W. Bigg, A. W. Sias, Harrington.
was a visitor here Tuesday. Hirsh, Mrs. Joe Masters and Mrs tail glasses as guest prize I R. C. Nowling, L. A. Turner, J. '..
-- J. F. Tippey spent Tuesday in West E.\\ REPRESENTATIVE WANTED-To
t The invited guests were: Mes- Beardsley, H. C. Kolstad and B.
oft Palm Beach. secure copyrighted contracts Individual '
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman,
Alston ,J. L. Crabb M. Nall, Jr.
: dames D. G. '
lIam spent the week-end here. -- or Family Groups 1 to 80. Ev ,
R. Lawler, C. L. Downs, F. D. Duff,
t Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and cry claim paid. Address Suite 325 '
F. I. Hill, H. R. Comeau
Building, West Palm Beach
vis- children and Douglas Thompson attended ,
H. C. Kolstad was a business art, H. O. Peters, V. A. Allen, ENTERTAIN FOR GUESTA Florida.
F. 14-21-28-3t
the fair in Fort Myers .
itor in Miami Tuesday. Hoomes Rich, J. G. Niblack, Leslie ,,:
Miller, W. F. Simpson, R. N. Smith, buffet supper was given by Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich were C. R. Cruze; J. F. Tippey, J. W. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg last NORGE REFRIGERATORSPHILCO
visitors in Port Mayacca Sunday. I Mrs. Joe Zanone, Mrs. A. A. Mun- Ezelle, H. H. Turner, Saturday night honoring Miss Erma RADIOS

I roe, Mrs. J. E. Butler and Ralph T. B. Shelley, B. J. Schroeder, J. Strickland ,of West Palm Beach, who Furniture and Home FurnishIngs

R. L. Smith spent the week-end O'Neal spent Saturday afternoon In B. Dotterer, Keathley Bowden, Wl. C. was their week-end guest. Household FurnishingsInc. '" '. '

with friends in Moore Haven., West Palm] Beach. Prewitt, G. B. Rackstraw,. Foy Dur- Following the supper the guests '

,;. _, rence, G. B. Thomas, F. M. Wright, enjoyed an evening of bridge and. .
Mrs. T. Johnson, of North Dakota H. T. Vaughn, E. C. Mills, M. M. Michigan, prizes being awarded to BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA.
C.Hart of Frostproof, was a
her Gilbert and
is visiting sons,
business,} lsitor here Tuesday and e ,\ ;
', Avery here and Harold in Belle : ---.-- -..-- ---- -- -

"Wednesday. Glade and their families. t.

Mrs. Elmer Krantz, of Moore Haven Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. R. N. + WELCOME TO FLORIDA +
: visitor in Clewiston Wed- f fa
: was a
_. Smith, Mrs. J. L. Crabb, Peggy and '
nesday.Mrs. Bobby Lawler and Bobble Smith
were In West Palm Beach Monday.
.. F. A. Ray'and Mrs, 'Lester '.,J. '. "
:; Snell visited Mrs. A. G. Breteler in '
Mrs. Warren Starkey and daughter

Fort Myers Wednesday afternoon. Catherine, of Duluth, Minn, I II .;{k: }yw; YYst3i;:asY'; :: S.Yr ':
: I visited Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wrightthis
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Snell of West 4Y'
week. Mr. and Mrs. Wright met
Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. F.
1 aEalm them in Fort Myers. r'
-i I nay Wednesday. ,. ,
9 "'7' _IJ J. 'V.'Scott, of Los Angeles' Calif.. etthe
H. A. Bestor is confined to his bed li
a former Clewiston resident, was
as the result of an infected ankle
here several days this week looking ,
thought] to be due to an insect bite. 0"
after property interests in this vi- 61'BJ.Q4
", cinity. 3: '
Van Bush and F. R.Maxwell of -
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Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. G. E. :y
Mrs. J. Zanone left today for her
Etherton over the weekend.Mrs. '
r'., :. home in Nashville, Tenn., after
: Joe Cato spent Friday in Pa- spending two weeks in Clewiston as : /

.. ,, hokee as the guest of Mrs. Everette the guest of her brother, A: A. Mun- ', tjal fn ,

.:. Cato. roe and Mrs. Munroe. miriE

rn Mrs. Tom Butler, and mother, Mrs.:I Mrs. F. H. Moltz, Miss Marion

S i.tt '. Cotto'y. of Punta Gorda, visited Mr. Leydigj Mrs. M. R. Lawler, J. E.

r .' and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad Thursday. Beardsley, F. M. Wright and R. N.
'j: ': Smith attended a concert given by

' :ff: .' Mrs. I. R. Grantham, of Live Oak, the University of Florida Glee Club ;; : C: s

, )f .:. is visiting'her daughters, Misses Evargr I in West Palm Beach Friday night.

and Aleen Grantham. I, ---
." Mrs. C. R. Byrd and Mrs. R. H.
,' Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley visited Rowan, of Jacksonville,: arrived POWER! Gulf is all power-that's why the Gulf gallon is "BIG." Gone for GULF'
: in Daytona Beach this week- I Wednesday for a visit with their ever are those non-power-producing elements that represent as high as 1/7 .Y;"

'\. end. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Meredith waste in many gasolines. Advanced rWining has seen to that Every drop of

I Mrs. Rowan and rI; 's. Meredith Gulf goes to uvrknone ofit is wasted. Try it! THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE;
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, of Miami, is I I left Thursday to attend the

'. visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Ether- Horse Show in Tampa and from

ton this week. : there will go on to Jacksonville

where Mrs. Meredith will visit Mrs. .
Hugo Doe and John Dulaney, of I Rowan for a week or ten days. Mrs. "

" j) C Pahokee, were business visitors 'here Byrd Is spending this time here with

".1 'r Wednesday. ----=-: her father, Mr: Meredith.. .. : ,.;;.:::. .:"..,.>...8. .7. ,.,\..: '-' :' L.J .. ',

Miss Erma Strickland, of West :MRS. MUXROE AND MRS. NALL '( ," '
Palm Beach, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. ENTERTAIN FOR VISITOR ; "

J. B. Scharnberg over the week-end. :/J n /

Mrs. ,A. A. Munroe and Mrs. "
;" Mrs. J. W. Moore and Miss LouIse Campbell E. Nail entertained Thursday I '

?; Moore spent Saturday in West afternoon with a bridge partyat ,"
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Palm Beach. the Clewiston Inn honoring their ,: -.' '

',,. -- I guest, Mrs. J. Zanone, of Nashville, :' ',', .;,"', \

:' : Miss Mary Moore visited Miss Tenn. :,.;! "

," 'Dorothy Haddock in Miami Satur- Tables were covered with pink ; -.,
,', day and Sunday. I covers and corsages o'f sweet peas ;
were presented to each guest at the :!. :
Mr. and Mrs.. W. F. Simpson were' door with their tally. Delicious refreshments { -.
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the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. of chicken salad, coffee :
, .J. M. Cause, in Moore Haven Tues individual cakes, salted nuts and '
day evening. coffee were served at the close of ; 5.W o .
r ;
.I play.The high score prize, a pair of '

iston Saturday from Pahokee to resume red vases, was presented to Mrs. H.. .' ,'.7'
! :' !! his duties as druggist in Als O. Peters. Mrs. R.. N. Smith was sec- .

'' ton's Store. R. B. Henderson, ond high and received a cake plate ; :; ,:

former pharmacist has returned to and server. The third high prize :, \' SMETYHIISTt
his home in Frostproof. went to Mrs. J. B. Dotterer a bubble ..:"1-

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SYNOPSISJohn suspicion sufficient to have him detained the two became as crafty and sullenas That night was very dark, and I SHE SINCE EATS SHE WHAT KEEPS SHE TUMS DARN ON WELL HAND.PLEASES.. .

r although he might put up a though we had come to trap them would have given a lot to have seen \

Spencer and his cousin Geoffrey fight, his race was as good as run. Sec- and do them some evil turn. but once by daylight the roads thatI
Bohun, are vacationing: in Austria. NO ALKALIES FOR .\ .
Geoffrey Is a gifted portrait painter but ondly, It seemed pretty certain that They had seen nothing at all. One was to patrol : quite apart from pickIng .

prefers to paint landscapes. While Pharaoh had spilt his force and that minute the strangers were' there, and my way, I could see no track or ACID INDIGESTION 1

strolling in the forest, John hears Eng Rush and the fourth of the rogues the next they were. gone. They had turning until I was actually there.It .
lish voices, and decides to investigate.From were In the and that have found they do not need to
yet countryside
safe cover he finds four men : not seen them go : they knew nothingof follows that after ten minutes the MILLIONS stomachs with strong, caustic'
burying a man in green livery who. meant that If we could find them, we any car: when we spoke of its being only Idea I had left was to get to alkalies Physicians have said this habit often 1I

evidently had been murdered. Pharaohis should only have two men to deal disabled, they glanced at one another where Sabre was waiting at the mouthof brings further acid indigestion. So much more
safe and sensible to simply carry a roll of Toms I
the leader of the gang; the othersare with, and those very ordinary thieves. : and shook their heads. the castle drive: and this, after in your pocket. Munch 3 or 4 after meals or

Dewdrop, Rush and Bugle. Unfortunately (And here I will say that since I afterwards great tribulation, I found about half- whenever troubled by heartburn,gas,sour stom
John makes himself known to "Scared stiff, said Geoffrey shortly, ach. Try them when you feel the effects of last
the assassins by dropping a letter with learned that the fourth rogue and went off to prove the servantstono past ten. I overran it, of course. However I night's party, or when you smoke too much. i

his name and address on ,It. He tells was known as Bugle, from now on It avail. I knew I was right, so I stoppedthe Turns contain a wonderful antacid which neutralizes
acid in the stomach, but never over-
Geoffrey and his chauffeur Barley, of will be convenient to give him his In silence we returned engine and listened and then alkalizes stomach or blood As pleasant to eat
his adventure. realizing that to Rolls. i
Geoffrey, name.) stepped into the road.I as candy and only lOc at any drug store I'I
John's life is In danger, declares he "And now for Plumage and Villach. At I
must vanish. Spencer discovers that I will not set out our discussion of least, this means we can catch an was hastening back In the shad FORTHETUMMYCI..w ov I'r I'i r
the livery of the murdered man corresponds -' these very obvious points, for fully earlier train." ows when I suddenly found that some kl t \\Mt I

to the livery of the servants of, three hours had by before with thing was moving beside me, and then, i
gone Fourvhours
Yorick castle, and tells Countess Helena -' lateral bade my cousin TUMS AREANTACID. "rs ,,. 1 (
before I could think .. "10' (N D/f
misglvlrigs'our laid. the Alsatian was
mistress of the castle, what he many plans were farewell ", o"
had seen. With Geoffrey and Barley This may seem something foolish, but .. .. licking my hdnd..

John starts for Annabel, a nearby 'vil It must be remembered that we had At once I turned, to make my way (
In mak- Helena glanced at ,her wrist and
ing lage.their They getaway encounter they exchange shots 'a great deal at stake, and the fear of folded the map. back to the'car, but the, dog did not Endurance and Patience ... i

with the gang, without serious result. I' abusing a chance which might not We were sitting by the water at turn with me and when I put my hand Endurance Is nobler than strength, 'I

They arrive at Plumage farm, on the return continually haunted our effortsto Plumage, and had been for half on his collar, he would not move.I and patience than beauty.-Ruskln. ;
Yorick estate, where Lady Helena had make up our minds. In the end. an had not begun my patrol: the Rolls
hour for when I back
requested John and his cousin to meet got from Val-
her. She reveals to them that her father however, we came to certain decision, llch, a note from my lady was waiting was out in the open: and Sabre' refused Cardui During Middle Life i
had converted his immense for- and since we stuck to these, I will to that I to move. If he would not
say might expect her at :
tune into gold sovereigns and hidden say what they were. I' come. Women who are entering middle
them away in a secret vault In the Geof- five o'clock."Do I perceived that he first thing to life will be interested ''in the experience I
castle. Knowing that his son, Valentine Early ,the following morning, you think you can find your do of Mrs. L. C. McDonald, of ;
to the Rolls
was get off the road.If .
Helena's brother, was incapablepf frey and Barley and I were to visit The ?" !
way .Paragould, Ark., who writes: "I took
controlling the fortune, he had revealed Reaping Hook : that Bugle and Rush Rush and Bugle were out-
"I think so, said I. Cardui during change of life. I was
it to Helena alone Just before Far In the distance I heard the droneof
his death. In some manner the news would be gone, we had no doubt, but "By night, without lights, upon roads a so weak, so nervous, I could hardlygo.

had leaked out, and Pharaoh is after we had some hope of tracing the dam- that you've never seen?" car. I just dragged around. 'I had
the treasure. aged car. If this should lead us up to I swallowed. For an instant I stood spell-bound.. fainting spells and would just"give
Then 1 was out In the road and was down. back and head hurt. I
the men we sought, we should at once "If I make mistakes It won't mat My
CHAPTER IIContinued5 the whipping back to the Rolls. read of Cardui. I took about seven
give battle and do our best to lay
ter. When I've felt round
my way Before I started the I listened bottles. It relief and
I engine, gave me
two by the heels: but unless by mid- "
twice I'll know
where I
The warden lifted his head and day we had picked up some definite am. again, to heir on the road behind .. strength. I am now 60 years past,
"And 'then? me the footfalls of somebody and can do a pretty good day's workin
looked me full In' the eyes. Then he clue, then Geoffrey and Barley would "
"I propose to watch certain points the house and garden.
ning, but lightly shod. Then-
turned his head to his mistress and
leave for Salzburg by train, whilst I the turning to Lass, for Instance, and "In Sabre said Helena Thousands of women testify Cardui benefited
you go ,
looked at her. Though he never spoke, remained at Plumage, lying low during them. If 4it does not benefit YOU,
the coppice that call Starlight:
you opening a door. consult a physician.
he seemed to ask her some question,
the daytime and patrolling the
that's where the road turns closest to
As the dog leaped In, she took the
for after a moment she nodded and
roads'about YorIck from dusk to "
Yorick Itself
seat by my side.
looked awa '. dawn. "And I give you my word," said "And the car?" "A hundred yards on," she panted.
With his nand still In mine the war
; Geoffrey, "if only you'll mind your "I'll find other and "As
knee. some or quick 'as you can. There's a trackon
den went down .
on one
I think to
step. you're more likely get park her there"Helena the t. I'll show "
rigl you.
"Your servant, sir, he said quietly.
tl.ere than Barley and I. We've got to ROUGHSKIN
And then, "I am very grateful, sir. drew In her breath. The drone of the .car was louder-
search a city, and we don't know
C cannot But I "And supposing they're there before some car on the road ahead.As .
say more. you
will be careful. My\ son will not rest where to begin. But your field Is you and watch you arrive. They'lllet the Rolls gathered speed-
much more narrow. In the first place, the and steal backto "Now said Helena. "
(n his grave If you come to hurt. you park car "Steady. I
Then he rose and turned to his Yorick's a loadstone, and Bugle, and the road. They'll let you pick your set'" : foot on the brake. "Put on Don't be discouraged I Make up your
Rush will mind to try and have the clear, fresh
turn that .
naturally .
way. position and settle down. And to- lights for Instant. .
mistress, and when she had smiled your: an There skin you admire in others I Thousands
Bet you simply must watch your step.You're have found the secret in Cuticura
morrow at dawn they'll be digging another are. '
and nodded, he bowed to her and to you ;
out to get information, not to treatments. So simple, too I The Soap I j'
me and left the room. grave. As I left the road for the track, the soothes and cleanses-the Ointment .
attack. If you find them, you must "Be honest I drone of the car approaching turned relieves and helps to heal. You'll mar-
As the door closed behind him- said laughing. "Whyon vel at the difference Cuticura makes.
not strike lie lown and see them
"He shouldn't have knelt," said I. earth should Rush and his fellowbe into a snarl. Buy Cuticura at your druggist's.
home and then drive all for Salz-
Helena shrugged her shoulders. watching these roads I stopped the engine and flung my- Soap 25c. Ointment 25c. FREE
burg and Barley and me. Will you sample of each on request. Write
"That's his affair. But please tell no, ""I don't care," said Helena swiftly."It self out of the Rolls. "Cuticura," Dept. 9, Malden, Mass.
he did You give me your word to do that And "Stay here," 1 cried, and darted back
one so. and he and I know, Isn't a one-man job. Mr. Bohun
always to be back at before
and that's enough." it's Plumage must be out of his mind. Will you to the bushes, that were edging the
Upon a sudden impulse, I put, out side of the road. Worry Defined

my hand for hers. She gave It to I, gave him my solemn word, but I :-.. The car was close now, and her Worry is interest paid on trouble

Then I knew In my heart that he would never headlights were on but shepassed
me gravely enough. went : even as before it Is due.
down on one knee and put the cool, have left me' if he had thought it likely me, her driver lowered his

slight fingers up to my lips. that I should find Bugle and Rush, and lights',,and slackened his speed.

As she caught her breath- that, though he disliked the Idea of (TO BE CONTINUED) Still ?

"Your servant," I said quietly, "and my working alone, he was doing his Coughing

you may tell whom you please." best to choose the lesser evil and to Island of Atlantis Once
No matter how medicines
keep me away from Pharaoh at any many
Lively, Ancient Belief 'you have tried for your cough, chest
Eight hours had gone by, and I was price. cold or bronchial irritation, you can

!sitting at Vlllach, In the driver's seat ,Thanks to my lady's foresight, we According to ancient tradition, At- get relief now with Creomulsion.
lantis was the name of a large islandor Serious trouble be brewing and
of the Rolls. My cousin was on the could now send word to Yorick with may
continent which existed at a very you cannot afford to take a chance
platform.The out any waste of time, and before we and with, anything less than Creomul-
early period in the Atlantic ocean,
train from Salzburg steamed left the next morning our groom was sion, which goes right to the seat
eventually was sunk beneath Its waves. of the trouble to aid nature ,to
on his way to the castle, bearing a -
outAs An account of It Is given by Plato. soothe and heal the inflamed mem-
Its rumble faded 1 saw a flash
note from my cousin in which he had
His writings state that In the At- branes as the germ-laden' phlegmis
from a lamp, and'thirty seconds later set out ,our plan.It loosened and expelled.
lantic ocean, over against the pillars
[ drew beside the pavement where Even if
up other remedies have
was barely eight o'clock, when
Geoffrey and Barley stood. of Hercules, there was once an island failed, don't be discouraged, your
we ran Into Annabel.By : which than Asia and
Without a word being spoken our was larger druggist is authorized to guarantee
Geoffrey's direction I stopped the Creomulsion and to refund ,
baggage was lifted aboard, and as Barley Africa together (or the then existent your
car at cross roads out of sight of The notion of the extent of these cons money if you are not satisfied with
climbed In It cousin
among my results from the very first bottle.
Reaping Hook : then he and Barley tinents), and near It lay other Islands
sat down by my side. Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.)
"Let her go, John." descended and walked as 'far as ,the through which there was a passageto

Two minutes later the Rolls stole forge which was walling one side of a large continent beyond. ) I
out of town. the forecourt that graced the Inn: and I lt& Nine thousand years before Plato's FROM GIRL TO WOMANHear

Ten miles on we pulled .up by the there Geoffrey stood by the corner time, said the tradition, the island of
while Barley walked to the house.As Atlantis settled and what Mrs. L
side of the road. up was thickly very L. Thompson of 2323

I felt my cousin nudge me. Then luck would have It, a servant was powerful. It held sway over Africaas Commonwealth Ave.,

he lifted his voice. washing the steps, and a word from far as Egypt and over a large partof < '.' says Jacksonville: "My health Fla.went. I

"Anything to report Barley Barley .brought him to Geoffrey's side. Europe, but the advance of Its con all to pieces through
The answer ,came pat. Then my cousin turned and waved, quering power was checked by tht ,<' : suffered feminine greatly trouble.at certain I-

"No, sir. Nothing at all." and I brought up the Rolls. for, as we valor of the Greeks. At list, during a '::1' times. My head

My cousin sat very still. Then he had fully expected, the birds were The Drone of the Car Was Louder violent earthquake which lasted a day would pains swim in my, I side.had

slewed himself round in his seat flown. One minute later we were and a night and was accompanied by After taking Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription
take with ? At least he'llgive
you I enjoyed functioned
"That's strange," he,said.' "I'd half speaking to the host and his wife. you warning If anyone else Is at inundations of the ocean, the Island perfectly and' eating I had my no system more pains or'

an Idea that you might perhaps have Now we had had no doubt that the hand." was wholly submerged. The account aches." Buy today of your druggist.

I seen someone you knew." moment we mentioned their late undesirable "I will, indeed," said I. adds that for many years thereafter, .

"No, sir," said Barley, firmly. "No guests, the two would be "What the sea In this part was unnavigable
time leaving here?
one at all. only too ready to talk themselves are you because of the shoals caused by the Break
"About ten o'clock," said I. that
"Look here," said Geoffrey, "beforje hoarse: but we were not prepared for "D'you think you can find the mouthof sunken lands. up ." #
you left-" the spate of Incoherence which our The ancient legend may, and probably
the entrance drive?" *"
A desperate voice cut him short. casual Inquiry unloosed. The two did, have .some historical circumstances IJA' -!!. !--\

"Could I see you alone. sir, 'a moment were simply bursting to vent such a "I can hardly miss that, said I. for'foundation, but what these t. gjj!-t /

?" volume of, grievance as I can only "Sabre shall be" there tonight at a were no historian has ever been able r

"You can speak the truth here. compare to the burden of Christian'ssins. quarter past ten. to determine.-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
I laid myself back on the turf. Perhaps the surest way to prevent a cold
"Very good, sir. Then I seen Pha- .
Since we were there to listen,
"And I'm not to thank you," I said. from' catching hold" and getting worse is,
Taoh. And Dewdrop beside. I'll Porto Rico Historic Isle
swear there was clearly nothing to do but
at to Cleanse Inter-
If was them. In Salzburg: this after- let the storm blow Itself out, and when "I stay at your house: I ride your Among the Islands comprising th e. W tar I FREE na///once Do, it the pleasant tea-

noon. Come out of the station, they :. we had heard them In silence for what horses: and now I'm to have your dog. West Indies Is one which figured largely SAMPLE cup way. Flush the system

did, as I walked In." seemed a quarter of an hour and had As partnerships go, It seems to be In the numerous fights which were! With a hot cup of Garfield

Inspected the spots at which violencehad i rather one-sided." staged during the Sixteenth and Sev SSSSB.119 Tea-ihemild,easy-to-take,

CHAPTER III been committed or damage done, "That," said my lady, "Is foolish. enteenth centuries in the Spanish Brooklyn,N.Y. 'liquid laxall s.At drugstores

we ventured to put the questions What am I doing that, if you were Main-Porto Rico. It was, discoveredby

On Patrol.If whIch. we had come to ask. placed as I am, you wouldn't be gladto Christopher Columlus In 1493.!> In

Barley's news had given us some- The strangers were gone. do?" addition to invasion of war, pirates

thing to go on, It pointed the wisdomof What was the order of their going "That ought to be the answer," said and freebooters frequently sacked It. UE lOcSIZE CONTAINS

acting without delay. This for two and what had become of their car? I. Following the Spanish-American war, TIMES ASMIKHASTHEScSIZE
very good reasons. In the first place. Our words might have been a spell. She was sitting sideways, propping Porto Rico was ceded by Spain to 5 : t I /

Salzburg for, Pharaoh was dangerous I have never seen human beings so herself on an arm : and either becauseof the United. The Island contains an

ground, for anyone moving In Salzburg suddenly change their tune. As thoughwe her pose or because her hair was area of about 3,200 square miles with

must plainly be 'under the hand had turned some tap, the fountain timbled, she seemed no more the fine a population of more than a million IllflSNOW

of the Salzburg police,: If, therefore, of talk stopped dead : all their excite- I lady, but only a beautiful child. and a half, overwhelmingly native, and

we could find him and then arouse ment died -an immediate death, and I Suddenly I knew that I was In love. therefore Is very thickly populated.




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THIS NOTICE DESCRIBED: 8-JF, 8JI8JJ, 8-JK, 8-JL, on lien upon the above described I
sure.The Dania's shaft is in. With it WHEREAS, a petition and an am- 8-JO, 8-JQ, 8-JR, 8-JS, 8-JT, property, you are hereby notified 'I i;
Clewiston School News came a new cutter and, I think, a endment thereto have been filed by 8-JW, 8-K, 8-KA, 8-KB, 8-KC, to; be and appear in said United I
new pump housing, and probably by the United States of America in the 8-KD, 8-KE, 8-KP, 8-KG, 8-KH, States District Court for the Southern -, .J''
the time you read thin; the Dania District Court of the United States 8-KI, 8-KJ, 8-KK, 8-KL, 8-L, 8- District of Florida, at Tampa,
Florine Moore, Editor will be digging again. I have relig- for the Southern District of Florida, LA, 8-LB, 8-LC, 8-LF, 8-LH, 8- Florida, on the 6th day of April, Ii::
at Tampa, for the acquisition by LI, 8-LJ, 8-LK, 8-LL, 8-LM, 8- 1936, to show what Interest or lien
Associate Editor iously and reluctantly remained condemnation of the easement here- you, or any of you, have in or to
Louise Bussey, week LN, 8-LO, 8-LP, 8-MA, 8-MB, 8-
away from her locality this the: above described property, or any
I inafter set forth in those certain
MC, 8-MD, 8-ME, 8-MF, 8-MH, '
'editorFirst for working conditions on a dredgeare thereof, and to show cause, if
Sports part
Bob Patterson tracts of land in
or parcels Glades 8-MI, 8-MJ, 8N8NB, 8-NC,
crowded, ,and I do take up con- and Hendry Counties, Florida, described 8-ND, 8-0, 8-OA, 8-0B: 8-PB, 8- any, you or any of'you have, why
be taken
News- siderable room. There's no need of in said petition and amendment PC, 8-PD, 8-PE, 8-PF, 8-PG, 8- said property
Grade America for the
by United States of
making more of a nusiance of myself upon paying proper' compensation Q, 8-QA, 8-QB, 8-QC, 8-R, 8-RA, said
from Mulbel'ryentered set forth in petition
Murl McMillian than necessary to gather in the therefor, required for the pro- 8-RB, 8-RC, 8-RD, 8-RE, 8-RF, purposes
and amendment and this on penaltyof
the first grade Monday. news. ject for Caloosahatchee River and 8-RG, 8-RH, 8-RI, 8-SA, 8-T, I
and all
you, and each of you,
Nancy Wright has an unusual imported The Davis is well started on her Lake Okeechobee Drainage Areas'be- 8-TA, 8-TB, 8-TC, 8-TD, 8-TE, of you, the said respondents, being
doll that has interested the long cut, and" this time she has good ing carried on by the War Dep'artment 8-TF, 8-TG, 8-U, 8-UA, 8-UB, barred of all claim and Interest in i
of the United States Govern- 8-UC, 8-UD, 8-UE, 8-UF, 8-V, '
grade very much.' digging and to said property.
first and far, ,
spoil area so easy
ment, in which petition and amend- /
8-VA, 8-VB, 8-VC, 8-VD, 8-W, I
The first grade has studied about so she's swinging right along. When ment the following, among others, 8-WA, 8-\VB, 8-WC, 8-X, 8-XA, WITNESS the Honorable Alex-
George Washington extensively' this Pop and I visited her this week one are named respondents: Herman 8-XB, 8-XC 8-Y, 8-YA, 8-YB; ander Akerman, United States Dis-
month. V of the Clark brothers was on board; Malakowsky, Bessie L. Cox, as Ad- 8-YC, of right of way for, the trict Judge, and likewise the under-
The first grade has begun workon they are twins, I believe, but don't ministratrix of the estate of J. B. Caloosahatchee River, as shownon signed, as Clerk of said District
the third work book for the look a bit alike. The more I see of Cox, deceased, Mrs. R. M. Louden, as plat recorded in Plat Book Court, at Tampa, Florida, this the
the Clark Dredging colors-vivid jAdministratrix of the estate of C. E. 2, at page 69, of the Public Re- 13th day of February, 1936.

school term. Honor Koll- red and green-the better I like I Hill, deceased, Mrs. Olivia Thompson cords of Hendry County, Flor- EDWIN R. WILLIAMS, Clerk

Second Grade Spelling them; seen over the tree tops ,or out Mrs. Jennie Clark, Mary Hayes ida. By Julian A. Blake,
Nora Oglesby, Dalton Carr, Noley i combination is"Davis, P. G. FrIerson, Harry W. Deputy Clerk. I
Junior Ivey, James Ricks, I on open water, Fleming, Melvin Messer, G. A. NOW, THEREFORE, you, the ,
most attractive. Son Bill is now (SEAL OF COURT)
Bullem, Mayme Johnson and I Sheffield, A. Donald Bass, Flossie above named respondents, and eachof i
Joyce clerk on the Davis, which gives mea I 3:1st 1-4
Hill, Mrs. Carrie Bass, Joe Miller,
all other
Caroline Sele. you, persons con- 2-12-36
good excuse if I needed any excuse -I MIncie V. Burgess, First Bank of
Third Grade Spelling Honor Roll- beyond the cordiality of Captain -I Clewiston, James A. Franklin, B. F. cerned in or having an interest in, Feb. 14-21-28, :Mar. 6, 1936.

Sherwood Hall, Willie Smith, Par- artletf and his staff, to visit Magill, Jacob J. Kirtland, J. R.

melia Bourne, LaDeen, Peters, William frequently this cheerful and efficient Watts & Sons, Inc., a Florida cor-
Willis, Sue VonMach, Betty Mc- plant. poration, The B. L. Dulaney Corpo- I

Redish, Martha I IJ ration, a corporation, John C. An-
Duffie Christine J Pop and I ''went over to Okeecho-:
ders, W. V. Knott, as Treasurer of '
Van de Velde and Elsie Bembry. bee Sunday and found them in a 1 '
the State of Florida, Board of Com- r
Fourth Grade News- blue funk because the cofferdam I missioners of Okeechobee Flood Con- .

Spelling Honor Roll-Eric Belcher on culvert number 8 had broken and trol District, and Century Land r r Ii

and 'Phillip McCleod. the hole was flooded, with nothing Company, a corporation, and It i

Dorothy McMillian enrolled in the but the roof of one of the draglines i WHEREAS, in and by said peti- t
above the water., That number -
showing tion, amendment and proceedings, r
Monday. She previously -
fourth grade I
attended the school in Mulberry. 8 is the bad boy of the whole petitioner prays for and seeks con- !I
contract, anyway, and has given La- demnation, for the purpose of carry-
Sixth Grade Honor Roll- tham no end of trouble already. ing through the, said project, upon

Carol Redish, John Bethea and Aside from the unpleasantness the payment of proper damages in con- .
demnation, of the perpetual right,
Earl Liles.
Thomas work has gone smoothly and fast.
power and privilege to enter upon,
Fifth Grade Honor Roll- has taken his
George Lloyd up
excavate, cut and remove
away any;
James Howar Gloria McDuffie, new duties Jacksonville with his or all of the land hereinafter described I Ii

Nettie Pearl Norton and Anne Paf- old friend and contracting compan- as may be required for the 1 tif l

ford. iOPI J. Y. Wlilson, and Jim Rumbleyis improvement and maintenance of Ir i

Spelling honor roll for week:-, now in charge .of maintenance.I the Caloosahatchee River, or any DISTILLED from grain I Ik I
Bernard Leiter, Elbert Hooker,i am personally going to missGeorge enlargement thereof, and to main- i r
Pearl Bembry, Gloria McDuffie,' a lot-no other man anywhere has tain the portion so excavated and spirits, with delicate dryness i

Irene Neighbors and Anne Pafford.: been t> ,.*'more consistently patient and the channel to be created as a partof and distinctive ,i o
the navigable waters of the Unit- [
l kind in helping me get news-noth- flavor :'. .''. Llo d's is a' a l
ed States; and the further right to
CaloosahatcheeCacograph'y ing ..was'ever too much trouble for mixer for cocktails '
enter upon, occupy and use any por- perfect D' I
George if it gave me a break in my tion of said land not so cut away and '
highballs. <
,,' business Good luck to him and my and converted into public navigable x t O j}
; best wishes always.rlEGAL waters, for the deposit of dredged r.4490 PROOF
V T T '['"-r- I material, and for such other pur- "-,* *. j '

(Continued rom page 1) poses as may be needful in the pre- Distilled by
servation and maintenance of the New England Distillers,Inc # b9'+ow'
she sat in the middle of the road, Sli1 / 11
Caloosahatchee River; that the. description Clinton, biaal. (;Y 4YH.IS'/N.SSnflrg7.y II
digging out spots near the bridge NOTICES of the property in.which NJ j

which she could reach only from said easement is sought to be taken

that vantage point, while traffic was Is as follows:
routed around the back road anda
Parcels 8-FX, 8-GC, 8-GD'and 8- @
blue haze of profanity hung over IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE f
GH of the right of way for the L
the prairies as tourists bounced and UNITED STATES FOR THE Caloosahatchee River, as shownon I

slid and skidded over the bumps. SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLOR plat recorded in Plat Book 2, Recommended by the following dealers. f
The Marion moves on heavy tracks, IDA. TAMPA DIVISION.
page 69, of the Public Recordsof
in case you haven't seen her, laid U. S.. Civil No 263-T Hendry County, Florida; Ask Them. They Know t

ahead on a mat of tremendous tim UNITED STATES OF :
Parcels 8-HA, 8-HB, 8-HC, 8-1, Clewiston Beer Parlor ', Clewiston I
bers, and when she crossed the highway AMERICA, : '
8-IA, 8-IE, 8-IF, 8-IG, 8-IH, 8- '
the mat was laid on a deep cushion Petitioner, : Nails Liquor Store Clewiston
II, of the right of way for the f
the 'v. ', ::i
of sand to protect paving. Caloosahatchee River as shownon DISTRIBUTORS 1
The machine wefghs about 500 tons, One hundred twenty-four: :
plat recorded in Plat Book 2, t'
so; her foundation must be massiveand parcels or tracts of land in : page 85, of the Public Recordsof Smith Richardson & Conroy Inc. C
Glades and Hendry Counties, : ,
very strong. The crossing was Glades County, Florida; i
Florida, specifically described : if
the occasion for a considerable gath-
in the petition, required : ,Parcels 8JBJA, 8-JC, 8-JE, f
ering of spectators ,and men from for Right of Way for Caloo- :

the MacWilliams organization sahatchee River Project, : -- !
Schmidt and Payne were there and MONA M. HARRIS and oth- :

Bennie Benson, and we stood on the ers named in the petition, : i !
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bridge with the bucket swinging ,pv- Respondents. : :

it.er our heads and had a pleasant vis- NOTICE TO APPEAR ,.U.

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