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: December 15, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00453
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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LEGION ARRANGES I Fields Winner of Six New Features First Service I l

\ A's at West PointKen at St. Mary's
Beginning with this issue the

Fields, of the United States Clewiston News takes on a new size The first service at

COMMUNITY TREEDecember Military Academy, comes pretty closeto and will hereafter appear as an Catholic church will be

winning the year's all-around eight-page paper instead of the cus- ing at 10 o'clock next

championship. tomary: four. By purchasing four ing, Father J. J. Finnegan

meeting of the Clewis- In the past three years he has pages of ready print material froma ton, the pastor, having

ton Post of the American Legion was southern distributing agency, we
won six major "A's"-three for that date as the time of
held at the Clewiston Inn 'on Tues- football. and three for baseball. are able to give our readers a broader opening.

day. Chief item of discussion was For the past two years, he had service, of reading material and The
program the
arrangement for the annual Community led his class academically. other newspaper features.
I, This will not be the old-fashioned Blessing'of the church, the
Christmas Tree a community
Last year, he was appointed first mass ,(Mlssa de Angelis)
activity originated and sponsored by "patent inside" to which country I
captain, or regimental commander, I diction. The Missa de
the local Post of the Legion for the weeklies sometimes subscribed. Our
of the corps of cadets. sung by a Palm Beach
past five years. new material will be prepared onlya
I And just before he was graduated couple of weeks in advance of its Several out of town
Jay W. Moran, W. C. Owen, Ed
from the Academy this June, he was appearance in The News, and its expected to attend the :
Butler were appointed a committee of I
awarded the Sons'of American Revolution contents will therefore be The formal
Legion up-to-date. opening of
the to solicit the necessary
funds for the purchase of materials Trophy for excelling in military Being designed especially for southern church next Sunday is not

for the children's bags. It is efficiency. newspapers every bit of the ready ication. The dedication

expected that the ParentTeachersAssociation Some boy, Ken! print'' will be of interest to this local- be held the latter part

will supervise prepara -Street & Smith Sport Story ity.We or in February, when the I

tion of the gifts, and that presentaA' Magazine, October, 1933, page would like especially to call Dr. Barry, of St. : '

tion will be made at the Community 123.Drug attention to "Howe About:" a bishop of the diocese, will i

Christmas Tree planted west of the column by Ed Howe, the sage of St. Mary's Catholic

= water tower in the City Park by the Kansas. This is a very worthwhile located on Canal 'I

", 1(I Woman's Club. Company Saves column and will appear regularly. in Pahokee. Construction :

In a couple of weeks we shall be-
.. June 20 and
Plans were also made at the Legion I was
)" Much Stock from FireAltho gin a serial by a nationally known 1. The formal I
meeting for a dance to be held at opening
author on these ready print pages: the '
the Inn some time during the holiday placing of furniture: ,
We have not completed selection of which is in.
the disastrous fire of last the story, but our readers may be I i
; Father
Installation of the new officers for week caused a loss of several car- assured that it will be good and enjoyable extends '
tion to all
1934 will be made at the meetingof I persons in the
7. fiction.
January 9th. Invitation will be loads of feed and fertilizer supplies, attend the formal opening
the seed department of the Clewiston These acaiuonai lour pages are, I day.
extended to Dr. W. J. Buck of Belle Drug Company saved much of the of course, extra expense to The'

Glade to act as installing officer.J. News but we believe that:' the cost
stock of feed, seed, and fertilizer on
E. Beardsley: present commander, will be justified by the pleasure and I
hand, and is unloading a carload of SCHOOL
is asking all ex-service men now in hampers this week .Temporary stor- profit that our readers will get fromthem. LOSES I
!f. Clewiston to be present at. the Inn .
age has been arranged for the mater-
on that date to join in the festivities.
ial at the Flossie Johnson packing FIRST

I house, pending present negotiationsfor

a location, on the railroad for the Beautification of '

"GOLDEN DAYS"WILL construction pf, a warehouse for the IN LEAGUE'

company. The' warehouse to be built Highway Is BegunWork

BECOME HOME will provide storage capacity for bean
Standing to December
and cabbage ,hampers, accomodatealso on beautification of the highway !

OF CONTRACTORS"Golden several': ;cars of fertilizer 'and i is progressing under the direction High School.............Won..7.
I of the CWA. A
: feed-stuffs. Provision will be made crew is busy Kiwanis .........................5
trimming the trees and
replanting .
for the operation of a tomato packIng Engineers .---.o- -4
I between Clewiston and :
Days", of Philadelphia ,"deal in i the' spring. the Palm Motors ...........___.........; .'4 I
: county line Cunningham I
was once .a proud vessel, and her pine Firemen.. ........................3-*
.1' ", name takes ,one back to the days Mr.:and Mrs, "Mctafn of'Moore' ,.South seedlings. from...t.he" "_ to"fill placeat, !sugars .::...::.:..:...:.___ =.::2-*':
:. ':' ""' Bay are being the
before ih- crash, when they say 'she HavQa were visitors here last night' gaps Tie game to be

was worth a hundred thousand dol- After winning seven .

;,; lars. An invoice for the curtains in the High School boys

:.JI' her dining salon ,came onetime 'notso I off their perfect record ;

long ago to $311. Never 'built for TOO LATE TO F BY when the Clewlston Motors 8)I 8)l 'I

speed, she was a matron of high jj RUSSELL KAY Into camp in the best I
breeding, pleasant to look ,upon, I played on the Kiwanis

f charming, full of the graciousnessof 4-0 score. Pop Hooks

good living. I I ball club on the field, and I
I Colonel Lee, in the Comptroller'soffice have
; Then the golden days end. Sold by a of fun tellin' us what he new mound artist on the
has sure been rakin' in a lot was do and
gonna then started
her owner, Col. Elverson, late millionaire person one Johnny
publisher of the Philadelphia of new tax money. Maybe the sourcesaren't crackin' our black-snake. We not of Moore Haven, who gets

Enquirer, she goes to the boat ways new, but anyhow the tax only got a nice extension on that the only shutout pitched
t money is, and a lot of folks who have
at Miami. There she is sold again, mortgage, but we sent him hot-foot- The school boys blew\ in

and engines out, is towed thru the been gettin' by for years, have had in' it down to pay his taxes besides. four errors and'a walk

St. Lucie canal to Lake Okeechobee, to dig down plenty and they just Right now Colonel Lee Is makln' Motors three more'and a I

e: across the lake to anchorage at can't understand 'it. life miserable for. a lot of these the game. .Tough ,onjCob' \

.<, Clewiston. Now she will be home to Everybody from' bum to banker snow-birds who blow down here pitched' a beautiful game,

the boys who are putting up UncleSam's has felt the sting of the Colonel's every winter and have a lot of fun but two hits and two
whip. He is playin' no favorites, and '
big levee. lapPin' up the gravy that rightfully'I down eight on strikes.
since In office we've learn- belongs
to us home folks.
two hits
gave up walked
"Golden is of beam
Days" 20 ft. i
ied I a, lot about taxes we never knew For years Florida merchants,I ned two.
about 70 ft. long. Under'power of two before.
publishers, theatres nad other
local Lots of local records
50 h. Red
p. Wing motors she used
intangible tax drive has beenbringin' interests
paid state, county and set
:.. up Friday night. The
to draw 26 inches; with engines out, In
and it's still
plenty comin' municipal taxes for the privilege 'of out, the fewest hits and
't, she now draws about 18 inches.
.;. A lot of folks never expected to doin' business. They have contributed game, the first double
C. Y. Thomason, of Greensboro, who
be payin' a tax for the privilege ofholdin' liberally to the Community chest, the infield, and in the
has the contract for struc-
a but that's the law
paid dues in the Chamber of Commerce the most in
runs an inning
tures thru the levee at five locations I
and the Colonel
1 Is enforcin' it. Itthere's and generally ,played the part highest team
in the Clewiston I and game total ;
is the new I
A anything Florida has plentyof of a good citizen, only to see a flockof These last ones were due j I
carpenters and electricians
are now at work remodeling, !:! mortgages. outsiders slip in every winter, grab meet that, Kiwanis staged

::" renovating to accomodate fifteen The other day a friend of mine off the cream, and duck out again pense of the Firemen. The |

was all upset on account of a guythreatenin' without payin' anybody much of galloped around the bases I
men of the Thomason force, who will
to foreclose on him. The anything.But .
make their home on the boat. runs in the second and I
Bunks will be placed in the staterooms mortgage hQlder happened to be 'one now these itinerant shows and the fifth, eventually

,'h', 4\ : on the lower deck, a table of those hard boiled, Simon Legree merchants are gonna have to "ante" total of 32, while Tom

.< built in the dining salon, serviced sort of guys and he was gonna have just Ifke us common citizens if they ing for Kiwanis breezed in
'ft': his money or else. want bask in
.r from a complete galley toward the to our sunshine. let the Firemen get; 16.
:', stern. Lights will get current from The fellow was was pickin' on wasa They been gettin' by with that old Tuesday night the

.4,' "'"' a small Delco plant which is to be good egg. He'd paid principal and stunt of sneakin' into town under the looked like league I

,", : installed: interest as long as he could, but he auspices of some local non-tax-payin' only for the, first four

J : was out of work and sick. That didn't organization. They slip the American innings, when they led 9-0, r
4i Biggest job of the Thomason con
make any difference to the mortgage Legion or: Police Benefit Ass'n a few same Daughtry emulating
;, tract will be at the outlet to Sugar- holder.
I smackers for the use of their tax- macher on the hill. In the
,. '" land Pump Station, at the west edge
While my friend was tellin' me free cloak to dodge payin' a license', the fifth, a rookie '
{ .
:, : of Clewiston. Work is now in pro
\ '
\f I his story I just happened to think then proceed to clean up, by takin'all those clay hills of Jojah by
. :! ; gress on the structure at Diston "
I fiat
6. : on, grabbin 'my "lets the business away from the local Woodward, socked one. to
.... Island Pump Station No. 1, east of about the Intangible tax law. "Come merchants. grass for a round trip and
Moore Haven, and the "Golden
J., )). check on that guy and see if he'sfiled But Comptroller Lee says that wonder blew. When the
be moved
r may to that location when '
a return and paid the tax ont racket Is all done. From now on the Sugar babies had ten '
'K overhauling is complete. Work
; a I
't mortgage he's so hot. and bothered they must pay a state and county ley drove home two for the
: upper and lower Nicodemus Slough, about.': :
license. He has warned; all countytax the sixth to put them in
:;<'J north of Moore Haven is sub-let to
..," And we found that he hadn't. My collectors that he expects 'em once more. Durrance I
the Wanamaker
and Wells Co.
r friend was puzzled, he just couldn't to 'get busy and collect or else close scored for the Sugars to
yr drainage structure at Bare Beach
sec'where that helped him any, until up, the joints.It 11-11. With Mitchell and I
Pump Station of South Florida Con
':: explained that his failure to make isn't, that we want these itiner- and two away in the last
\ servancy District Is also :under: con return'as
a the holder of that mortgage ant folks
; .. tract to the Thomason Company. made holder to feel that they aren'twelcome. seventh, Rogero .came thru
; the subject to a They are. We're glad to single to score the winner,

111) BIG YIELD nice little fine or jail sentence andif have 'em- but in fairness to our local Sugars won their second
he chose to get hard, why all we people they ought to be made to season, 1211. I

had to do was give him the.ras'pterry) pay their share for the privilege of Roy Green started for
From three sacks of seed planted I
and if he didn't
like that we'd "Tell operating in
in eight and : competition with the against the KiwanIs In the I
three-quarters of groundin on him" :anu 1
section 33 south of Pahokee, W. bloodhounds put one of, Colonel Lee's local merchant and showman who game and got by the first

,; : M. Monts DeOca on his trail. pay every) and all kinds of taxes. sup- After that the old-timers
picked 2,085 hamp Well I
we went to
sea Mr. Mortgage port all
ers of beans In ( movements and have stopped. They got six in the
one day last
week. holder ,and what |
a swell little party to stick by the ship all the. year three more in the third,
Everglades News tbat turned out to be.' We let him I 'round. (Continued on page I )

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News ,Review of Current made the Republicans dissident up of socalled'radical.to Socialists enter ,his cabinet and Socialists.the, so It left Is' Howe About: UTILITY HOLDING


Events the 'World Over THE Co-operative Farmers National '

corporation, which has been Good Writing '

I fighting for years for full membership Federal Power Board Issues .

',In the Chicago Board of Trade, proposed HypocrisyConservatives
I Strong Opinion. !
an amendment to the grain exchange -

l\.J Smith Joins "Tories" Who Demand Sound, Dollar- code which would compel the '
1933. Bell Syndicate-: "WNU Service.
board to grant it and other co-opera- Washington. The federal power
Grows- --MN-h.y..FM"M W-M". M'f '
Opposition to Roosevelt's Monetary Policy tives full trading and clearing. priv commission denounced the' "holding ,
ileges. By ED HOWE company dynasty" in the electric utility
Californians Lynch Two Murdering Kidnapers.By :. '
Gov. W. I. Myers of the federal farm THE reviewers of books: mention one industry in an opinion which Is regarded '

credit administration In a letter to lately appearing,'and written by an as one of the most vigorous \

EDWARD W. PICKARD Farm Administrator George N. Peek, old man who begins by saying: "1hae the commission has ever issued. -

By which went Into the record, gave the : read a great deal, and found 'The opinion was written by Frank "

full support of the government 'to the books: so bad I am encouraged to at- R. McMInch: president Roosevelt's, appointee -
loudly day Is heard who was low bidder
every agency on a recent -
MORE amendment.Two tempt one myself. What are the mistakes as chairman, and was unan- ,
demand for a return to the truck offer of the Department of
II but other governmental spokesmen. in writing to which I object? imously concurred in. Its unqualified .
I "sound money" by the increasing Agriculture complained recently
number of those whom the President that new bids had been asked for Dr. J. W. T. Duvel of the grain futures Usually too great length,,lack of clearness demand for full regulator.; jurisdiction '; '

UIIIIIIJIIIMTOMJJJUJII.i i has termed "tories" ; trucks of not less than six-cylinder administration and Wendell]] Byrd, special and of honesty. (This last faultis over holding and operating com- "

I ,.,,,'"'>'.;>''i for, as the time for motors, said Ford deliveries could be assistant to the attorney general, so general it Is said there has never panies by the federal power commisI .;

. the assembling of congress made with such promptness that the likewise approved the Farmers' Na- yet been printed an honest book.) I sion and state utility commissions is ,

nears there is a government would save money and de- tional proposal. In view of these mani- have worked a long time at this writ- ,considered a precursor of a recommendation ",

;; fast growing fear that clared that If he did not receive the festations of federal sanction, it was ing, and, now that it is complete, 1 find by the President that 'congress '

- y .i:> I the inflationists in order he would appeal to Comptroller regarded as virtually certain, that the, It has the faults of those to which I enact the necessary federal leg :

..'. ,, :"'''' Ak J! that body will mover General McCarl. amendments would be approved despite have objected ; it is at least no better islation at its comng session. The decision ;.

'. .' 'I' 'AV.', Y;r for the starting of the serious opposition of the ,than? the average, and possibly not so which affords the peg for 'the

#'-- ;: the money printing FIRST the big employers to suffer exchanges. good. So I have concluded the good ,federal power commission observations ': '

.p ;I presses. Between the ]] violation of the Presi- writing long demanded is no more>]likely also subtracts approximately 300,000 ... ,=

.' 1& r: "tories" and the Infla dent's reemployment argreement is PHYSICISTS of the Massachusetts to become the rule than good -behavior :from the claim of Louisville Hydra '

...:z" y' .; tionists' stands Mr. Loft. Inc., which operates a chain of Technology are now good looks, good times: good Electric Company of Louisville, Ky., '

;;'W;<$J1 Roosevelt, still seem- restaurants and candy stores throughout ready to proceed with their attempt sense, or good health. I have rewrit- for the cost of a power project constructed ;; I

Alfred E. lngy, unperturbed, In- the country. General Johnson or- to smash the atom, for the huge gen- ten my book three times, having heard under a' federal license. The '. '

Smith. listing on carryingout dered the company to remove the Blue erator designed by Dr. R. J. Van De that genius Is. no more than ...taking deduction correspondingly reduces the .. '

further his gold trading plan for Eagle from its stores in Washington, Graff successfully passed Its test at great pains, but now almost believe valuation of the property on which the ;.,

devaluing the dollar and thus In- and charges made against it ,by the Round Hill, Mass. ,the last draft worse than the first.. company may claim a fair return and ..t\
creasing commodity prrces, with some New York compliance board ,were 'under 7,000,000, volt direct current bolt reduces the recapture cost to the fed- .H:

form of stabilization to followeithera Investigation. President C. G. of man-made lightning split and Most complaints about good principles eral government. & I t

gold standard devalued dollar or a Guth of the company denied the accusations. crackled from_ the two giant aluminum begin with charges of hypocrisy The Louisville Hydro-Electric company ;',

commodity price index paper dollar. cylinders which act as terminals of the against those who profess to practice is an operating company. ByBes:1

That the dispute over the President's generator and flashed between each them. Start any :man tirading, and he' Engineering and Management corporation ,- 1'1

monetary policy is not partisan is em- THOUSANDS of furious Califor- other and to the roof and walls of will] soon be declaring he Is the only, had a long term contract with this

phasized by the stand taken by AlfredE. the jail at San Jose, the converted hangar'' which houses It. ,candid, honest man willing and able company to do construction work, and '

Smith in an open letter written for fought a desperate battle with the police This first test, witnessed by a hand- to look the facts In the face, and pro- other services. The commission finds

the December issue of the' New Out- and dragged out Jack Holmes and ful of distinguished scientists and the pose an intelligent]] remedy. that these two companies were Inter- '

look but released to the press in ad- Thomas Thurmond, confessed kidnapers anxious designers and makers of the That is the 'way people have always locked with H. M. Byllesby company, '...,f

vance. and murderers of Brooke L. Hart, generator, more thanfulfilled the been ; God has been unable to do any- Standard ::

Mr. Smith expressed his disbelief the young son, of a prominent mer- hopes physicists" who believe that thing with ourselves. .. .. .: Why the top holding company; and .
that "the Democratic party Is fate< chant and when it irsin Its full Gas and.Electric l company, a subsidiary
hanged them to trees in the operation to not try a universal suicide pact? That "

to be always the 'party of greenbackers city park. Fifteen thousand persons, capacity 6t 10,000,000 volts it will tear .might bring about the flow of. bloodso company. ,1
paper money printers, free silver- many of them women and children the veil from the. innermost secretsof long expected of, rioters., "Upon these admitted facts, the "1"'

Ites, currency managers, rubber dollar witnessed the lynching and cheered on nature. Ten members. of, a vigilance committee opinion states, "there is no room for '" : ,;

manufacturers, and crackpots." the mob. That of the lynchers quibble or doubt that licensee had;no ; '
any once' caught a horse thief, but, all]],
He added that'If this is to be so of action but the decision
ever will be ,punished is highly 1m- independence -
EN. DOUGLAS MAC ARTHUR, hated to hang him.; Finally they went "
"the Issue Is more than a partisanone probablejTlje crime of the two vic- pi ., made by the' :"operating com1;1 i ..,-
chief of staff, In, his annual report Into a: saloon to drink i and talk it over. ,
because we are dealing today tims v. peculiarly: diabolical and to Secretary of'War- Dern: declares When all were drunk,. including. the pany and Byllesby Service ,companywere :: ; 'j

with the party which actually holds cold-blooded and It Is likely even the that 'the 'army's strength isnow the committee made by the same group of men" ..; .,
prisoner, members <
responsible government office, whichIs authorities, unofficially welcome this acting, In dual, triple and quadruple,' ,
"below the danger
.. .
not merely advocating cure-alls]] In *MH'i' v. J'H""* urged him ,to shoot, himself.. They said >
reversion to old-time vigilante, meth- line." He warns didnft capacities, responsible primarily to the '
they had families: and care to
a but which has In its hands
ods of dispensing justice. Gov. James that military ,holding and control interests. This
our have blood on their hands to think
the welfare of
present 130,000,000 peo- '
Rolph had refused to send troops to Is corporate family control was so complete .
standing seventeenth -
ple and the future of our most cher- about for years. But the prisoner re-.
help the sheriff, ,and later when told] In fact and limited in personnel "
in 'world relative .
ished American institutions. plied that while he wished to be a ..
of the lynching:} said: .. strength and as to ,require but one, room, one table:" "
"What in this Is fellow and reasonable be could
we,peed country "This good I' ,'
Is the ,best lesson that California speaks of the "obvi one small group of men at one point'of
absolute in not that far. The finally rode
dependability our
money go men ''
has e\er given! the time :/ .
country.We to dictate on behalf of the "
standards. It is the only thing which that %fau. ; ous state of unrest away, still]] arguing with the prisoner. :
showed .
the"country the state '"
pater' families, an offer by on'e mem- } 4
will\) restore confidence. The latest ", now prevailing I did not hear how It finally
is not 't o' tolerate
going .
ber and an acceptance by another. "
the world. ;
throughout ,
fiscal moves of the administrationhave came out, but probably the'prIsoner ...
The service contract In question is r': ''
undermined public confidence. O OGER TOUHY and three companions 3 The general's recom- continued to argue he didn't steal the 1
They have created uncertainty. l-' mendations, for Increasing ]] better than monopolistic, requiring the exclusive < :,;
tried in St. Paul for the -- .._..- horse was generally a man
"Uncertainty paralyzes business, discourages the army's employment by the operating company I" :
those ,-1
to him and that the
kidnaping of William Hamm Jr., fared Gen. objecting \
private initiative, drives Douglas efficiency Include: of Byllesby Service company for a: ...; : ; '
shoot himself
better than did the California kidnapers request to was unreasonable -
money into hiding, and places the en- MacArthur A boost' |in regular term of ten years, and provided for. ; ., ', :1';
and murderers. The four Chicago
tire burden of sustaining the popula- army enlisted strength from 120,000 to a profit to be paid by licensee, a public, l
gangsters were acquitted by .
a jury.It
tion on the central government."In 1G:>.OOO, with immediate exemption of utility for the benefit of a private : ,:1
was the first defeat for the federal During the present big storm, one :
the absence of anything defi- the enlisted man from the 15 per cent holding company Into whose treasury
government in the kidnaping cases In of the sayings heard most frequentlyIs
nitely known to be better, I am for a government pay cut. every dollar of the profits extorted
has been
which conservative thought
It has figured since
'return to the gold standard. I am for passage An expenditure of nearly $200,000000 ,- from the operating company is siphoned ..
the so called Lindbergh law 'at the given up.
gold dollars as against baloney dol- on aircraft, modernization ,and through the holding company's wholly I "
\ last session of It will return ; that Is one thing we "
lars. ,I am for experience as against: congress. motorization of the field artillery, owned company." ;
experiment U I must choose be- The Touhy crowd however, were mechanization, anti-aircraft equIp- may depend upon.
still to be tried in There was never a safe storekeeper,
tween private management of businessand Chicago for the ment and general motorization. "

management of a government bureaucracy kidnaping, of' "Jake the Barber" Factor .- Maintenance of the National Guardat mechanic, father, banker, husband, cit WASHINGTON BRIEFS : :
izen, farmer, until he had somewhat I I.
I am for private management existing strength with 48 drill peri- '

ods and two weeks' active training an- learned the truths of conservatism ; '.

"I am ready to go through a certain MISSOURIANS followed; the exam- nually.At practice of Its rules decides the degree President Roosevelt, in a statement ,I, \

amount of deflation If the choice Is San Jose Californ- least 120,000 reserve officers with of his promotion or failure. Con Issued at the White House, recom- \ ,, ";,

between this and outright money In- ians and resorted to lynch law to pun- two weeks' annual training for at. servatism is not doctrine, but a prac- mended public support of the sale of : t,,

flation. If I must choose between the ish the negro assailant of' a young white least 30,000. At present there are tice nature enforces. Christmas seals for the financing of .\!.

leaders of the past, with all the errors woman. A mob at St Joseph battled 119,000 reserve officers but only 87,000are Nature conservative; Its worst clinics and rehabilitation work of at"I, :

they have made and with all the with the police and National Guards- eligible'for_active duty training. storms blow: themselves out. Floods filiated tuberculosis associatons. !".

selfishness they have been guilty of, men and took Lloyd Warner from the Restoration ,of the 1932 Instructionand and plagues have destroyed millions, -- (

and the inexperienced young college ,jail and hanged and burned him. Gov. personnel scale for the R. O. T. but soon ,the sun shines peacefully .
The Interstate Commerce commission ,
professors who hold no responsible Guy B. Park declined to comment. CandC.M.T.C.. again on- greater numbers who have

public office, but are. perfectly readyto Governor Ritchie of Maryland sent The chief of staff said the army's somehow found shelter. dismissed the complaint'of the' k'tJ" ., :.' :I
turn 130,000,000 Americans Into state troops to Princess Anne and they mobilization of the civilian conserva Nothing Is permanently radical; always Chicago Live Stock Exchange against ,... ." .
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rates charged by several railroads for i
guinea pigs for experimentation. I am nabbed four alleged leaders of the tion corps was In striking contrast, conservatism wins as a natural I

going to be' for the people who have crowd that lynched a negro. The local with the 1917 mobilization and gave law we cannot escape. shipments of live stock from, the Chicago I

made the country what It Is. And I authorities had failed to act in the "renewed evidence of the value ,of yards to points west of the Mississippi '

say this with full knowledge of the systematic preparation for emergency." river and destinations In Wisconsin :
matter and the
governor took it into Are'officials of the law doing as wellIn .
fact that there are many things In the his own hands. The prisoners were But, he added, the heavy drain on their contests with outlaws as can and Illinois I. 'I

old order of society which I should taken to Baltimore after a mob had the army's 12,000 regular officers In reasonably expected? Near my -- -.r

like to have changed and which I do fought to release them from the sol marshaling these 300,000 men "has be President Roosevelt appointed Mar-,
town twelve officers ,with machine guns "
not applaud or even coqdone." diers. But almost immediately they brought regular army training In the lately surrounded a house In which tin Conboy, an Intimate friend. United ; ,j ;

were returned to Princess Anne on continental United States to a virtual only two outlaws handicappedby States 'attorney for the southern district : A .i!

pRESIDENT ROOSEVELT himself habeas corpus writs and the court ,standstill and has almost destroyedthe were having ,their(' women kith them. of New York, comprising New 1. ,:: j :

no comment on Mr. Smith's there released them on,the ground that readiness of units for Immediate considerable firing the outlaws York city. :
letter,,,but it drew from General John the evidence Insufficient. and effective employment on emergency After 1
; : got awaY wounding three of their assailants n11:0::0 .
son, NRAadministrato who was at duty. Arthur F. Mullen, Democratic :
Here thir-
Warm "
Springs, a characteristically]] violent has a new and tional committeeman from Nebraska
premier a 'two law ,
burst of FRANCE teen officers pitted against
The general Camille LEY trade union returned to Washington after ten
Chautemps ROBERT commls, violators. The bandits had no advan- ,
Professor made an unwarranted attackon I(has succeeded Albert,Sarraut, who was under the Hitler govern- tage except courage;; they did not even days In Nebraska, asserting conditions :i

"hitherto obscure Sprague, calling who him a overthrown by ,the chamber of deputies ment of Germany, has announced plans have the new steel shields with which there have Improved substantially.]] :

dramatic resignation professor"obtained "bya his and has formed a for the reorganization of Germany'slabor 'the 'officers had lately been supplied Large allocations for public works'r
government ,that Includes -, unions into a giant group to projects he said have _
little hour or two to strut across the by the county. Thirteen 'officers given new con- 1

stage." This of a man whom the Bankof v1.V F. i.w fourteen of theformer which employers and foreigners also' to two bandits, and the bandits fidence. :.','
ministers, will be eleglble. :<::'
England had been paying $25,000 won. It really seems fresh discouragement ,

year,.to act ..as its adviser until the a among these beingPaulBoncour The changes will become effective for law as administered by pol- President Roosevelt appointed Joseph ', 1'

President persuaded him to come home> D ala. January 1, It was Indicated, and mean- itics. M. Donnelly]] of Ontonagon, Mich., '-i,: ',f fto
dler and Sarraut. In while unions will not be permitted to '
our be United States attorney for the ,
and..serve' treasury i In a like capacity 'V t.
for $10.000 a year. other respects his selections accept new members. Under' the reorganization Recently while walking on the western district of Michigan, replacing

,. : It Is. assertedIn scheme, every employermust ," fi
I f streets an old lady timidly ;approachedme ; Fred C. Wetmore. J '
Paris bear the join In his own name rather.than ,., t
IT announced by the War department and asked If I could spare her a
stamp of the that of firm. .
that the low bid for of Edouard Influence in a dime. I looked at her in astonishment Duce Limits Women to i :

trucks for the, conservation corps was ..Herriot, as she was decently though modestly '
made by Chevrolet Motor: 'companywith 'Camille' ana many believe the FRANK WILSTACH, best known as dressed. If I know anything about 5 Pet of State Jobs ,,' J l'j
new cabInet Is',designed theatrical .
"ant manager and ,
offer of $029.19 per unit. Chautemp. her sex, she, was a gentle and good Rome,-Premier Mussolini all but :, .J
to prepare the the compiler of a of
The next lowest bidder as dictionary
was Northwest tor the woman ; so) cave her much more thana abolished the employment of womenin ; 1
way return of that
veteran died in New
Motor So- similes, York. He 'was '
company of Bethesda, Md., cialist. Herrlot dime. Then she began to cry and public offices in an order demand- :. )
was turned out of the assistant to Will Hays In the Motion
Ford dealer ,
a bid
was G71.10 and I hurried I would have i
premiership a year ago because he Producers and sob, on, or ing that the number of feminine workers I
Picture Distributors ofAmerica.
unit delivered
per at Detroit $686.10for wanted to pay the war debt due the cried myself. In such help ns 'I am in many state offices be limited to I

deliveries at Chicago 'and $687.60 United States and has refused to take able to give the worthy poor, I preferto 5 per cent of the total number of j
on deliveries at Louisville;
Ky. part in the exercise my own Judgment Last workers the rolls. '
government until after De- on pay
The Chevrolet
bid was for six-cyl:: cember 15-the anniversary of his ,ERNEST from Vermont year there was to much unusual excuse This limitation applies to state, pro, .j
inder trucks and that of congressman ,
the Ford
downfall and the date when another for such action that I gave more vinclal and communal offices and to \3
dealer for eight-cylinder trucks. The will go back to Washington t> repre- \1
Installment is due. After than usual to charity all
France has worthily state financial concerns.
specifications of the War department sent that state in the senate. Be was
repeated its act of repudiation Her- bestowed, and a hundred cent effi
per In "inferior" forms of employment-
provided for DOt less than six appointed by Governor Wilson, fill
-cylinder riot
probably will again become cient. 1 hope the good Lord cave me
motors. pre the vacancy caused by the dwita. of which.referred principally to telephone
,credit if members of soliciting committees operators-women number 20
R. L. Sabine, head of the Ford Senator Porter H. Dale. may per
Chautemps was unable to persuade I i &. 111. W..tro N.wtp p.-\7.1.. did ,not. cent of the total.

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; resulting from the anticipation of this CALIFORNIA MOB j Sweet Clover to THE WORM TURNED
,: RIGHT moment was only now revealing Itself. Mr. Featherstonc came home the

Professor Rogers nodding thought- HANGS KIDNAPERS New High Record other night with a big bundle of purchases -
,; fully, said: "I see what you're driv-
TACKLEBy and a broad smile on his face
at coach. I understand. But It
ing ,
and said
to his wife: "You remember -
will be hard trying to convince half '
8 million ,interested people that you're a Slayers of Hart Are Lynchedat Varieties and Strains for Ethelberta, how you bought for
me a half-dozen 40-cent shirts, two

R. H. WILKINSON right" San Jose. Almost Every Conditionand 10-cent neckties, six pairs of socks
Coach Quale smiled and stood
up. for 50 cents and a 59! -cent hat last

;c Bell s'ndlcatc--WNU Serlce.NO "That he said, "will have. to come San Jose, Calif.-Thomas H. Thur Purpose. week, so I could be well stocked up

J' later-after we've won the championship mond and ;John M. Holmes, confessed with clothes for the next year?"
. ONE knew why Red Whitten for it would never do now to try Prepared by the College of Agriculture '
JJ of Brooke "
.' kidnaper-slayers L. Dart, University of Illinois.-WNU Service. "Yes, answered Mrs. F., "and the
kept on the Huckley var- to explain. The team, doesn't realize were lynched here by a mob of 100 Illinois farmers already have adjust. money was mighty well spent. Those 1

sity football squad. the full significance of Red's Influence.It men, who, backed by a whooping, JeerIng ed their crop acreages to the poInt things a year from now will cost i
" There were dozens of other wouldn't be wise to tell them, or try crowd estimated at 6000. had where they are growing almost eighteen three times as much."

players' who could have done a better to convince the studentbody or the smashed their way into the county.jail times as much sweet clover as "Well," responded MrF.., still

i., job In Red's position at right tackle. press or anyone else. They, wouldn't after a two-hour battle to seize the they were thirteen years ago, but thIs smiling, "I decided to return the

Nobody could understand It, especIally understand." pair. crop may be expected to spread to new compliment. I have just bought for

because toward the end of the He laid a hand on the professor's Thurmond first to Confess, was un prominence under the wheat,, programof you a bolt of green and red checked

r season it began to look as if, Huckley arm. "If you think: It's hard. on the conscious when dragged to St. Tames the agricultural adjustment adminIstration dress-goods.'There's yards in the

was due for a shot at the eastern fans, think of Red Whitten. Think of park 100 yards from the jail, partly according to a new bulle- bolt ,and it cost only C cents a yard.

championship. the abuse he's standing-never a wordof stripped and hanged to a tree. tin, "Sweet Clover In Illinois ," which The clerk told me there was enoughto

i :., The student body declared it was praise or encouragement, never a Holmes a powerful man, fought for was recently released by the experiment make :your dresses for several

t .. unfair. cheer; yet' he goes into every game his life In vain. Twice he wrenchedhis station of the College of AgrIculture years. I also bought you a hat at
II ', Not one of ,them but that had a with the same determined spirit, the
:, hands free and lifted the noose Uniyersity of Illinois.As a wonderful bargain-only I. did
'l'l: friend on the squad who would'have same cheerful grin, the same willingness from his head, but the Third time H a soil Improvement crop for the better than you did for I paid only j

: }.:.. : leaped at the. opportunity Red was get- to do the best' he knows how: was' put there to' 'stay and, still kickIne. acres which will be retired from wheat 39 cents for It." '

I I.; ; ting.For Think of Red Whitten; professor.. ." 'he was 'yanked into the air. production, sweet clover has no sUP Tableau Pathfinder I Magazine.

' :.: Red, It"was plain to see, was In the glare of torches and flashlights rior among the legumes, ,according to

,: poor-that.is, when you compared ,him There were four days left before the the bodies dangled for half an the authors' the bulletin. ,
t> with some' of'the other tackles. game with BrIersley-the game that hour or so-a' macabre picture for the Experimental work started 'by the End Serious Coughs

The sports reporters mentioned it in would decide the eastern champion- thousands who had assembled swiftly University. of Illinois College of AgrIculture -

;: their columns, at first in a humorous ship.Four after the news af the lynching movement in 1905 helped pave the way With Creomulsion

lit:. ;'-. vein; later more seriously. days In which Coach Quale put < had spread through the city. for an Increase In the state's sweet i
It was obvious, wrote they, that Red Don't let them get a strangle hold.
his charges through an additional clover
Then; the lifeless forms were cut down acreage from '48.000 acres In
;,: Whitten, Iluckley's right tackle, would course of training. ..and there was no further attempt to 1910! to S[OOOO acres ;in 1032, It I Is Fight germs quickly. Creomulsion combines
be the 7 best helps known to modern
more beneficial
to the team
'tt' warming Four days in which the press be- interefere with officers. pointed out in the bulletin.. These science.Powerful but harmless.Pleasantto

: the bench. rated the Huckley coach unmercifullywhen Thurmond's body had been slightly studies have been expanded and con- take. No narcotics. Your own druggist .
,"7': One or two hinted that the grinning -
: It was learned'that Red Whitten burned by the flames from blazing tinued up to the present. The new is authorized to refund your money j

t: :"' crimson-shocked youth must have some was slated to' fill the right tackle's newspapers held up by the mob as bulletin reports the results of experiments on the spot if your cough or cold is E

.\ : sort of drag;' that that drag would berth. terches' during the hanging.The made as early as 1917 and as not relieved by Creomulsion. (adv.)
-r probably prove the snag in Buckley'sclimb Four hundred fan
days In which a late as 1932.
lynching, occurring only a few
to the eastern championship. letter poured into the Huckley ad- hours after( the torn ,body of young With new demands being made upon
_. Fans were more bold in condemning
,; the smilingredhead.'r ministration office, beseeching the authorities Hart son of a wealthy San Jose! merchant the sweet clover crop by the agricul-

to demand Red's dischargefrom had been taken from San Fran- tural adjustment program and other
They paid good money to behold the
: the squad. cisco bay, climaxed a spectacular bnt- farm developments, varieties and
outrage, hence their tongues were not
f'f. ', held in And on_ the third day Red Whitten tie between officers barricaded In the= strains are being developed and adapted .
check by scruples. is
.' slipped and sprained his ankle. Jail a d the determined mob. to almost every condition and use,
They hooted and yowled and bellowed -
Coach the to the
Quale sent youth
according to the bulletin. Of the more
}j.,' insults. Two shots, fired from the' crowd as
locker: room a half hour later he hIm-
; than twenty-five, known species of
:- a signal started the first attack. A
: They demanded that Red be re
', ". self followed.
'' sweet clover In various
moved. barrage of rocks gathered from across grown
Gravely he stared down at the the world, than half have
: They shrieked curses at stolid Coach the alley, where a new post office
: ,4 swollen ankle talked with Doc Rug- Cooling, soothing
; building is under construction, clat been tried in the United States. The
Quale. Menlholalmn relieves
gles and ten minutes after made a
biennial white-flowered clover
'But to It 'all, stolid Coach Quale tered against the jail walls. Officers'within The pain. Promotes
decision, the importance of which was
Melilotus alba, Is the most Importantand
.J the jail let loose with three
:. turned a deaf ear. quicker healing,
I' lost on one, save, perhaps,
every constitutes more than SO cent
:. / ; He grinned at the reporters ; he tear-gas bombs. Blinded .and weeping per
Prof Parker Rogers. of all the sweet clover In the
r the attackers fell back. grown
( : froze the student body,Into respectful
.. ; Red Whitten would not play against corn beltAnother
: ., : .: silence with a look ; he Ignored the By.this time some 3,000 persons had i

i'f :,:, fans-and continued to play Red Whit- Briersley gathered.' The thirty-five, officers' in reason why sweet clover is
The press made no bones about Iden- expected to play a leading role In the
; ; ten in every game. the Jail building sent out a call for '
,"',;:,.': Continued to play Red Whitten, and tifying the announcement; as good more tear gas. All lights In the build- agricultural adjustment program Is the SLAP OUT OF IT !

tE:...,: continued to chalk up one victory news. ing were extinguished.The fact that the culture of It is easier ,
: On' the fifth day, Friday, Coach than that of the other le- ,
common s
after another for "dear old
yx Huckley. blinding gas from the first three e
f:{' t t t Quale and his squat] decamped. for the bombs was still hanging like a thin ijumes. The usual dates of seedingare .(6 1i
'f ; Briersley athletic field.A about'the the latter part of February and
veil building when the ,second
; It wasn't until the faculty, impressedby half hour before train time the the first, of March In southern Illinois,
attac1- began. Several] of the attackers
the combined' condemnations of the coach ran up to Red Whitten's room, and the latter part of March and the let
constipation get a ter-
took from the office build- DON'T
: post
.. student body, fans and press notices, found the youth seated beside a wIn- first of,April In northern Illinois., Early WRITE FOR manent grip on you GARFIEL1:
\ : demanded Ing a piece of steel pipe eight Inchesin TEA IIlves you the prompt,thorOUIII\
from Coach
an accounting
dow from which point the railroad sta- seeding Is Important Unhulled]] seed FREESAMPLE laxative
diameter and about twenty feet long helps eel-
the ;
that countless
Quale veteran of the
tion was plainly visible. may be sown In wheat as early as De rid of constipating wastes. Snap
grIdiron battles offered an expla, "Sorry, Red," was all the coach said, and used It as a battering ram,,smash cember.A GARFIELD out of that chronic pepless feeling!
.' ,',' .. nation. ing In the jail door.. TEA CO. Begin the GARFIELD TEA treat.Brooklyn '
.- and silently'gripped the boy's hand. large proportion of Illinois farm- ment tonight. (Plain-or In
.: .' Upon the faculty depended his job ; Red grinned. "Just come back with Officers turned loose another bar- ers use sweet clover both ,for pastureand New York tea bag*-at drag tore)
; '. and a job these job. rage of tear gas, momentarily stopping
: days was a j that championship. That's all I care soil Improvement. The crop ,can
' .';' \. = the assault. After waiting few GARFIELDTEA
"It looks bad, Quale, Prof. Parker '. a moments furnish more grazing than almost any
for the gas to lift, the mob ,
,.. t ; Rogers said by way of apology, A record crowd filled the stands. other common corn-belt' pasture plant. A Splendid laxative Drink
. Whitteu stormed ahead once more, playing.3fire
"they're hinting that Red has There was a bracing quality in the
I.. ': some kind of'drag:. And that, as you air. hose on the building as It ad

"o''. know, is bad for our reputation. I There was an atmosphere of merrI- vanced. A second group seized another Complex Mineral Feeds" SKIN IRRITATIONSItchin
: pipe and joined the attackers. The
don't pretend to tell business
you your -
ment and eager anticipation.The Needless Farm
.' but-well, the Briersley game Is referee's whistle shrilled at exactly steel doors of the jail gave way ami of eczema, ringworm, chafing,

. scheduled for next Saturday, and if 2:15.The the mob poured in, encouraged by can economize on the feed- .

we beat. Briersley, the eastern championship cheering thousands outside.' Ing of complex mineral mixtures to
stands at the ,
rose en masse
;;' goes to .Buckley.Coacty .'*- Sheriff William J. Craig, whose quick livestock without a'ny danger of cut- ReSlDbA

;., .. :,:.. Quale smiled indulgently kick-off.The quarter ended with ,the score action had resulted in the arrest of ting down their returns, according to i

'L.\\, ..: : "Has it ever occurred to you, Professor G-0, ': making a $40,000 ransom' demand) by Supplements to Livestock," Issued by
Rogers, Huckley has won
: ,At the half they had increased the ,
.. ... telephone to the Hart home week the College of Agriculture, Universityof
{;: every game'she's played this fall, dee -. ,lead to 13-0.Something. a GOOD NAME TO i
't-' h',; spite the fact that Red Whitten has was after the J'ourig.victim had been put Illinois. The publication Is an up- REMEMBER

r t:.,:>;i" >.: been mat tackle?" Huckley's stands wrong.were sober. : to death wns knocked senseless. Other to-date revision of a previous circularon CADICK'S

,::.:':::':; "Surely you don't attribute Hu ltI' -. Something gone wrong. officers were manhandled and the same subject by H. H. Mitchell, 1 cdS
brushed aside. chief In animal nutrition.
;: ley's record this fall to Whitten?"' The team wasn't playing up to snuff.A '
"That's exactly what I do San li'rancisco.-Gov. James Rolph, Carefully) conducted experimentshave
professor. slip somewhere. F L U R
Jr., declared here the kidnap.slaying failed to ,show any need for com-
Now listen, Coach Quale took hold of tIn IT'S WHITE E
1 Professor Rogers' arm in chummy of Brooke Hart was "the most atrocinus plex mineral mixtures In general practice -

..;..' fashion and led him toa secluded the locker room Coach Quale crime ,ever committed In Califor- the circular points put. i Ei
r' '. corner ,
i' ....., I, ", of the locker room. They at weren't his charges: cheerful look- nia" and expressed belief the kidnapers Minerals should be used In the feed-

(0' :.' a very had intended to slay Alex J. Hart. Ing of livestock only as supplementsto
: "Professor he went on, "jou're Ing bunch. For speedy and effective action Dr.Pecry's
.... : I ::'. -. head of the : psychology department Something had gone out of them. father of their victim, after he paid rations that have been 'properly "Dead Shot"has no equal. One dose only

' -., .:. ,'. here at Huckley, hence you 'must have He ,spoke quietly. No talking, the, $40,000; ransom demanded.The balanced I In other respects, particularly will clean out worms. 50c. All druggists.

'. :'" .;,'.;, an understanding of human nature. would help ; berating, cajoling, threat- '. governor. said that If .anyone'' in respect to protein. Mineral sup- ,Dr: Peen .s
' ., :' :: I'm glad thcy
.,"..' o. : for I. believe) you'll be satisfied. with, ten's grinning face crossed his mind. him, or If; their 'names were sent to few minerals in which farm feeds 1'1Vermifuge
' -' ::' ';: what I have to' say. He swore softly him he would grant a full pardon. are known to be deficient These can
: : .; :-football,1'';' "Ttfe criminals be supplied cheaply ,and mixed on the
". : "In Coach Quale continued -< And at that momgnta; : messenger en- will learn 'they can '
, .'. .;. : ;: ':', "as in every other sport, team tered the room. Coach" Quale' took the cot kidnap" In. this state," he added. farm. wrights Pill Co. 100 Gold Street N T. City

'. ., ': ',' must have a 'spark-plug.' ,, envelope, ; :hurst it'open' ; scanned the All ,mineral mixtures should contain

r. : And when; Professor Rogers looked lines. Suddenly he was reading out common salt and a calcium supple- ; Np2i IN

.:t,:. :' ,; : : slightly bewildered( d, the veteran'of the ,loud, and the team was,"' listening! : Maryland Troops Seize ment. As a measure of safety some LARGE FOR 1T uY rusSK es i

, ., ; ). ::: gridiron continued:, ""Hang\ :, on, gang. You can :win.' ,I'm, Leaders! of Lynching Mob form of' calcium phosphate may bo JARS a tpc

, : ,;. :- "A spark-plug, professor' the backbone \ coming :down !I. Red." '' used, particularly for dairy cows and 5randta gpLEUTt 1 e"YqWiil1
:. ::, of every team.He's the'morale, There, was, a stir. :."- Princess Anne, Md.-One' hundred for growing animals subsisting mainly > -

: I so to, speak.:; Usually he's a jolly, Some one grinned. ; .-' satte National policemen Guard I infantrymen' and fifty' pastures grown on poor soils..

<, :" ; .;..'::' laughing chap. A good sport A fight: ,The team ':sat up '. '.t\. burst into dozens of

-fr I '! er. A man, who never. says die. ,A boy Coach Quale saw the look. in. their homes In .this: town, seel.lngtlie, lIne the $3000 Guaranteed Cost 4
; Down Lane.
J"V'; ;::'':" who goes into every game with just ,eyes.. He began to' talk;; _' :. ... ':: ringleaders. of a, mob which J lynched a

., ; .:,'.:.. one object in mind-to do his best, and I o"" ,-.' *, ''t '* '/' jt }, 't-:: .young' .negro'' last month. Five of the NonAssessableLIFE

:. > to win. Unconsciously he .radiates' Red arrived ne i'.th'e.: end."_",of" the' Tien' "-'were arrested In the early', more: ,Insects ,devour one-tenth of the
':: ' "*, ng had ',vanished, with the steel- world's INSURANCE
':" confidence and courage. He never' third quarter.: crops.
, :i.. :. '',. ';' "' loses his head. In a pinch he acts He came by airplane and: he wore 'leI meted soldiers 'searching all: buildings < .* t $2 00 f

'... ': ,: like he does when there's a clear field his football togs and a grin onhis, face.' patrol ng roads, and preparing' .. Oats rank third among the Imp r- BENEFITS FOR .
: : .> '. ahead. It's only inevitable that this Huckley had already scored seven to penetrate: near-by woods. tantcereal. crops of the United States.
: '- man must have a steadying Influence points. Gov. Albert 'C. Ritchie ordered the *. Sent for Free InspectionAges

,. ::- on his mates; They know )he can bear Coach Quale called out Capt. Abe soldiers here In his campaign to ap- Land formerly planted to rice In the 1 to 75

,a depended upon for: clear thinking, sen- OttOr "Listen," he said to. Abe ."I'm prehendJhe; lynchers of George ,Arm- Hawaiian Islands has yielded a big The POSTAL :MUTUAL LIFE Building ASSOCIATION -, !
Pershing Square
-'. :- Bible advice, a low spoken word of sending Red In next quarter. wood, ''Vho was hanged after he: con- potato crop. Dept. 162, Los Angeles Calif., is now i t

". :: courage ready 'smile ."You're, down near the ,line now.., fessed attacking an,aged,white: woman. offering NEW ERA LIFE PROTEC-,

::' "Red Whitten is our .spark-plug You'll be; scoring again. 'e v _, Forty per cent of:the United States TION$1000( for CERTIFICATE death from any which causeand provides ,

::: :. We've been without_a. man .like him ."Well: 1 give the ball to (Red 'and, let 200 Kansas. Farmers tob'accocrop'has been' exported, on an $2000 to $3000 accidental death. '

I '>:..:, for four years, and for four years him make the 'touchdown. 'r/, No, don'tlook 'average for the past several years.. Send No Money i
I -,
: : we've lost the championship. This at me that way. I want Red Block Foreclosure Sale -'e' Simply; send your name, age, address

,, '.:'. ,':'. year, with ,Red injecting that never-, to make .the touchdown. Red and no ;Council Grove, Kan,-The expressed', '"Hall : losses paid by the Montana name, of beneficiary, relationship of

; say-dle: spirit into ;the boys, 'we're on :'one else. Give, him. the', ball ;somehow.' bppositjon) tot'200 farmers' prevented a 'board of hall Insurance were heavier beneficiary made out in, your and name a certificatefully will be mailed

the road to: victory." : :Red:deserves_ It; Red makes the;touchdown foreclosure sale of' llve,.stock"owm-d In''1932 than In any other year since to you"for 10 DAY FREE INSPECTION.
Coach If you decide to keep it send $2.00
Quale finished his or-
oration, DY Axel Peterson of Burdick on behalf 1917. which will provide full protection for
breathing a little heavily.I Capt Abe Otto nodded. All right of the defunct Lincolnvllle State bank. ,'S about ,45 days then only,4VsO per day.
I he saw the.look understanding All right" ,Vaguely he :understood. University of Minnesota No Medical ExamInation-No Agents l
Auctioneer Schambron refused con- In experiments by This offer Is limited to write today. l
In Professor Rogers' eyes and knewhe'd Only vaguely. :No one understood, duct the sale In view of the sentiment agriculturists to determine best

won his point no one but Coach Quale, and, perhaps, crops for peat soil, corn gave the highest WNU-7 49-33 Ii I
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The Clewiston News Perhaps Franklin D. started it off. ENGINEERS TOP HITTERS; jewelry in stock for the Christmas ROOM FOR RENT. -Mrs. E., C. Mills. : ,

Ho made a great many speeches In FIREMEN: TRAIL; trade. He has expressed himself very corner Ventura and Atlantic. _

Published every Friday in Clewiston, words of one (or maybe two) syl appreciative of the fine reception -- -_' .wk,,

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, lables. We could all understand them Examination of statistics compiledthis accorded his business during his -. '
Watches Jewelry ,
Inc. without resorting to dictionaries, and week in the local diamondball short residence in the city.-Adv. .
Jewelry Repairing '
we actually got the drift of what he league show the Engineers leadingthe I .
Keathley Bowden, Editor was saying. league in hitting, Kiwanis close .
When something needs baying the behind. The next three are bunched

simplest way to clarify the situationis with the Firemen well in the ruck.: 'Jo M. (::OtJSIE; WATCHMAKER & JEWELER =,
Entered second class mail mat-
as Altho Kiwanis leads in runs scored
to say it as clearly, and as simplyas Rear or '1 .
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post 27 more than Uncle Sam's outfit,
possible. Counselor and Attorney at Law Clewiston Drug. Gompany '1
Florida under
Office in Clewistou, they have played one more game, are >

the Act of March 3, 1897. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:' charged with 51 more times at bat. Hopkins Building CLEWISTON FLORIDA l ; .:,\t,
The old-timers also lead in hits with P. O1. Box lilt "L.\\:

126. Wednesdays and Saturdays '- .
Subscription rate, $).00 per year. "We Are Here To Stay" '
RAMBLINGS. Team standings. Includes games of 0:30 to 4:00 .
Advertising, rates on application. 1
High School 260 82 79 .304 _______

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Motors December.....12th.......306. 91 91 .293 .l..t..l..M..t..tt..tt..l..tt..&...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..-:..-:.-.:............................................................................. -
Devoted to the advancement and I :Z lZ:Z Z*.l l:.l %+t*l MM l:.*<*:.;MMMXMM: :.;..;..:.;MMMM: ;.;.;.; : ;..;..;..:.
Team AB R H Pct.
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry Well, we've rambled around this
County. week and broke forth with eight Engineers ......307 110 113 .368 r- :

The four thus added Kiwanis ..........358 137 126 .352 1
pages. pages
.,o suddenly, are explained in an Sugars ............265. 84 77 .291 9 A few gift suggestions

.Character is not made in a crisis- article on the front page. All we wantto Firemen ..........287 90 77 .268 U rH

it is only exhibited.-Dr! Robert say here is, these eight pages costas

Freeman.It's we more don't than want the that four extra pages cost did to, and be I MERRITT APPRECIATESBUSINESS for Christmas from a complete. t=; : :

inhuman to remind x';' ';" :'
practically wasted. We want you to read these ''.
you of it, but-there are 9 more days four pages. They aren't ordinary : ':' line in this Store :j:
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till Christmas, and you can only shopon "boiler plate." They contain features W. H. Merritt, Clewiston's new
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7 of them. that we'd be glad to get up and print Jeweler, with branches at, LaBelle, ''.:. .:.+'. .:-,
ourselves that 'small .:.... ":' '..
except "
have paperscan't Pahokce and Moore Haven, has se- .,..... .'..,. ,
Now Sims and Culbertson afford such luxuries. Read cg ..
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widow. :ured the services of'his fatherinlaw 'i'S. .:. .
started an argument about a them for a while and if you think :::..!;.. ". ..':. '
But since it's a bridge widow, they they are not worth some extra cost, T. E. Hamilton, for 40 years .s... I ....:. ."j (

probably will avoid a scrap over her. tell us and we'll stop buying them. ;dne of the few journeyman watch- .:'.. -" !...;.

And if any of you have a com- makers in the country, who will be =,.,':sj: FOR MEN FOR WOMEN I :.i"_;.;.:. ..,.' -".fs ,
written about our '.:. '
If all the puns plaint about the Munroes and their in the store In the Clewiston DrugCo. : : 'Ji.J
Russia William C. building.. :: Handkerchiefs :i::: 'P t.;
ambassador to Western Union Telegraph company's Mr. Merritt has a .;;s*.; Shirts ...;.. ,
Bullitt-were placed end to end, he service, take heed of the following splendid display of high quality : _:
would be fired.-Wauchula Advocate.A y. .. Pocketbooks +; _
before you try to wreak vengeance :: ; Ties :: "

Jacksonville man loaned his oy legal procedure. Over in Fort ....................................................................."............................" Yy... 1 ..:....,y's' :.. .,'
Pierce, W. C. Browning sued the ? s; :;.:_: Lounging Robes Hats +.;. 1.
son-in-law a thousand dollars, and Western X X ."S' ....
all he ever got back was his daugh- claiming Union that for $2,000 damages, :S New and Used :|;: ..:,.,:. .. ..:....:.. .
ter.-Florida TimesUnion.There a telegram which he .: .;..;. HandkerchiefsSweaters )"c Gowns *" .;. ; _t-.:
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despatched to a party in Chicago in ** *t* : '' :

July, 192.6 (during that frenzied t Furniture & Stoves XI .Yh; A hy.: ,4.s'
water"in ; .
was "hell and high boom i : ,.
) :
was delayed so long before y : :
Pahokee last week. Fortunately it y. 1 hy
delivery that sale of a lot was affected + ::'i' .. Robes :::: :
the movie theater and not in ; Pajamas Japanese
was at to the extent of $2,000 dam- I= ''.:. ".'. .:.'. ..
Lake Okeechobee.Cuba :ages. Circuit court awarded him a : i .::.:l. -: .:..:. ,1.
.. Belts Table Linens +
verdict of 82 cents-the cost of i : ':.:.;. .I ..', +...-
being unsettled like it is, .ending the message was 74 cent :::: FURNITURE COMPANY I i: .i" } .:..:. .

folks that used to go there for :and the 8 cents was interest. ::: 'y:'" Bed Linens ;=!;;j; .
Belle Glade Florida | i
Christmas vacations are scanning the :: y
Hunting season has continued to
roster of those 18 states that have _:: ? .y...+. ...y.. .i
said adieu to prohibition.We ::old the keen interest of sportsmen ; ,Next Door To Theatre :;: .s". :. :..:'. ,i,i-'
n spite of some of them saying game y h

'a scarce. Or perhaps because it is .... . . j i ;
shall continue to teach our ;carte the hunt takes on more zest. V? ? :_::: TOYS WAGONS SKATES ::::

children that Santa Claus lives in the The Thanksgiving turkey being nicey -' ** i:

far north. Finland (where much of disposed of, attention is directed .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:: :::... FOR THE CHILDREN '.'._:: ;,

our newsprint somes from) is goingto :::0 providing meat for the Christmas ':./X: :i'::+I: 'I 1
U. S. $229,623 on its war i

debt pay-'odor.Vie' feast.is' a A man Sebring who paper spends says many"a huntr dollars -- i SPECIALChop ;_:::\ 8{ CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS FOR cALL 'cs :s::i: :

and much time to bring home : { y
There's gold, if not 'in tl era thar11ills 1 quail weighing few ounces." :;::!: :::;: :
at least in the section around '
.That probably is a correct descrip- Suey Dinners .Z.:s: .' .' .:k.'; ::; "."" ::::.:.
It takes money to operate '.. .-- ..... .:. :_ ..V" .., (,... '. ,-.,,,,<;,,'' '..:,". ..," : :
:ion but think '
of the pleasure derived
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vast now located here. in delicious +::: '.<4'j. ::: .
machinery from the many dollars and .... .!.,. "
And if you believe it isn't being spent, :. : .
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IIL. :.
/ you haven't, been watching business much time, to say nothing of eating ORIENTAL STYLE ':.'.s. .:..'i. ... ;Ji,
delicious quail.

Clewiston places, or the merchants.smiles on. the faces of And speaking of hunting, remindsus TUESDAY and FRIDAY NIGHT M CLEWISTON SUPPLY 'i

/ of the men we'd like to nominatefor

the title "meanest man." Up in : ::
In many places where CWA: funds Indiana ,a federal game warden dis- WATANABE HOTEL COMPANYAr :_:!: 1

are used to pay women in sew- "
ing rooms one of the projects is covered a process whereby hunters Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Prop. ,:
lake advantage of wild ducks on the

dressing dolls for distribution to Ohio river. "A barrel of mash, ..............................................................................................................................................................-................... f<')J I
needy children at Christmas time. corn 1N:NNNNNNNNNNNNI.:..:..:NN:.111N:N:..:NN:. ..''.....................................................................................,........................................."....... y .
charged with alcohol, is left over- i.
We venture that old Santa himselfcouldn't -"..1'i'
night near a sand bar or a sluice
find a better use for a few
where wild ducks are known to feed.
dollars than bringing Christmas joy .
Early the next morning the hunters :i: :i: ;? :.'
to children who are of necessity grow- '' .:. :
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return. There are the ducks, either :
ing up in a world practically bereftof sleeping off a hang-over or staggering :_: :_: Attractive Home 22 -?:
anything but the necessities of around making silly quacking- i :: \ Clewiston =: =_=

life. I sounds. The alcohol' leaves the duck :_: .: ::: ::: ,
I Ia incapable of flying or swimming, and i W e Helped Build
We'll bet revenge WAS sweet to they are caught easily by hand.'Some :!= =i: =:

in Lebanon : .. .'
reporter ,
die of acute alcoholism." That's a :; : .s.
who put it over on members of the that s ? yyy
story makes every true sports- YYy
county school board. They had barred j yy ,
man see red. :; .. '
him from attending their meetings : .t. ... .i. .i. .

because they didn't like the way he that We handsome don't's fleet anybody of "Dixie missed Cry.* :::: ..:'.. .. __ ." : :'. '""." ",,'..:...,,.':';'.',;t/,., '):,.:'*.\\,V:*':: .+ .';". Q1/o .:

had written up happenings there. So stal"' trucks here last Saturday. That t
the reporter bided his time and his ;, it,
was an advertisement in itself, be- < ii
name appeared as candidate for sides n U
the attractive posters that ,2 ,
school board in the next election and \seemed' to appear simultaneously in
he was swept into office by the high- '
all the groceries for miles and miles \ .
y yy
est vote of all candidates for of-
any around. They told of the "sweetest t yyy

fice. sugar ever sold," and we'll agree. 'i' a w E' N,!r'r J.t yyy xx

We'll also add that when the ghost x + +
Levy County Journal expresses be- walks in the .. .:. .' '. .
Sugar Company camps, : :44 .: : ; ,
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lief that there's oil and iron ore .'. ,
the darkies claim that's the "sweetest I .s. .:. '' ':. ".
under the ground there and then : :
up story; ever told." Money talks, .:. ::: ::: .
goes on to say the cross-state canal for a fact. tx

will go through or adjacent to Levy '..:'. '.:. '.:... '.:. ,,..
county. Well then, sit tight, brother, READ EVERYWHERE .'. .i. ti : 's. )

when they dredge that canal they .!. y'. .yy' '. .

may blast out ;)"our"oil or your iron Folks you wouldn't dream of, read ..' ':. .:.' '::. ,0

and prosperity will "bust right in the advertisements. How far an ad- ;ii:: :i: x .

your face," as the darky said about vertising message will be heard is .:. .:. ::..

i the bank closing. amazing. .:+:. ::t: .+: + t,
Recently a lady in New York wrotein : :' 's. t\>Iy

ANOTHER OUTSPOIvENy: to inquire why a local firm did; .;. .t yy':' ':. 1j.i,.

GOVERNOR not advertise in the Advocate last :s: :!: ::: ::: :
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month, after had I ; : :
it; advertised con- : .. .. .
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Sez the governor of Florida to the sistently for six or eight months. I .s. 's. .;. :. '.'.

governor of Michigan, "If you wantto She wondered why the advertising i, y 'M
y ; A
keep our criminal in your state, stopped. Had the' firm gone out of Y ft. .: ..
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more power to your Keep him and' business or didn't it have a messagefor .:. '. .:. .t.
all the rest of 'em, too. We're tiredof its customers? These are ques- .. '. I .s.: .i:. '';!J.. ., ";;
.i. 'i. .. .. } :
I extending free board to a lot of tions the public may be asking about ii
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lazy, mean loafers that drift in hero your business if it is not represented ';

from other states and get into in our advertising columns.For .:. '' .s. .. ..

trouble,"-or words to that effect. people everywhere have come
U We Can Help You To Own A Home H
Zounds! Politics may get to be a to know that advertising is useful, :

gam) that Mr. and Mrs. Average money-saving, informative. That's

Citir-Mi can undei nd. At least this why folks look upon the merchant

cant"r that is springing up in some who advertises as progressive, a real Ii Ch w ston Home Building Association H
of our public officials points in that live-wire and an asset to his nw"

direction. Frankness has been almost and community. Everybody \& ,' ,
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an unknown virtue among the ads.-Wauchula, Florida, AdvcI ,- '. ,.'l.' .:. .:. "
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Mr. and Mrs. J. W.. Troeger of 'day afternoon:'at the home of Mrs. E. Herring, Miss Eva Mae Green, DIAMOND BALL
LaGrange, Ill., \were here recently Inspecting Duff. The rooms were decorated with Miss Elizabeth West, Miss Mae Drew,' By Ed Clark
I Personal Mention I IA their property. Mr. Troeger bowls of yellow chrysanthemums, Miss Marie Williams, Mrs. G. F. The 'high school received a half-

built the bungalow; Court on Saga- purple bougainvillea and petunias.The Terrejl! Miss Nora McGuire, Mrs. W. expected defeat at the hands of the
more Avenue. The Troegers are same color scheme was carried >A. Davis, Mrs. C. F. Goodman, Mrs. Motor Co. in a hard fought game
recent caller was E. B. Bevis spending the winter in Sebring.. out in the colored mints, frosted Ted Effting, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs.A. Friday, losing 4-0.: John Daughtry's
of Lakeland.C. I Ii cakes and even in the dainty sand- A. Munroe, Mis. M. P. Peterson, pop-up ball baffled the high school i
i Among the Christmas shoppers:! in wiches. Mrs. H. A. Bestor and Mrs. Mrs. Carl Bcruer, Mrs. Roy Green, for seven straight innings.
Y. Thomason: of Greensboro, West Palm Beach Saturday were Mr. R. Y" Patterson presided at the cof- Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Mrs. G. L. Royal, I I Ward and Lowe were the only ones
N., C., is back in town. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and children. fee urn and Mrs. F. A. Paris and Mrs. P. Sevin, Mrs. F. Roderlguez, to uphold the high sch olrs offensiveend
Mr. and Mrs.. C. F. Trainor, Miss Sue Mrs. Fred Hill poured tea.' Guests Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. Ward connected with a triple, i
Mae Lily Stone and Howard Adams Maxwell, Robt. Coker, Miss Mae included Mrs. N. L. Hemenway, Mrs. Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, and Lowe, a single.
spent Sunday in Fort Myers. Drew, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and C. L. Downs, Mrs. W. M. Redel- Jr., Mrs. Hubert Land, Mrs. I. D. Ley- Coburn Moore held the heavy hitters -
4 Carl Johnson. sheimer, Mrs. W. C. Prowilt, Mrs.J. dig, Mrs. E. P. Mutrux and Miss 1 of the Motors In check, but the
;: Mrs. M. W. Bigg and Mrs. F. :M. P. Percy, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Vilma Rhodes of Clewiston, Mrs. I i I weak hitters were a horse of a different -

Wright spent Saturday in Fort Myers. Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Fujrgess hon- Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. G., B. Thomas George Yon of South Bay, and Mrs. : color when it came to runs.
ored Miss Lena Smith of Winter Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. F. Tom Deckman and Mrs. Dan Deck- Clark let in two'runs when he
Jr. and Mrs. M. Wright, Mrs. Clyde Byrd, Mrs. dropped a fly ball over second base
Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Haven during her recent visit witha man of Canal Point, and Mrs. Staf-
Palm Beach Grover Poole, Mrs. II. R. Hall Mrs.E. otherwise the score would have been
E. C. Mills went to West dinner party. The guests included ford Beach and Mrs. F. E. Bryant
Monday Ella Jacobson, Marcia Avant, Joe L. Stewart, Mrs. W. C. Worth, of Palm Beach.SCHOOL. 10. The high school team hopes they
Mrs M. W. Bigg, Mrs. G. B. Rack- have proved they can lose as grace-
Cato, Evelyn Hare, Betty Spicer,
: A former resident, T. V. Watson, Marion Leydig and Bob Mitchell. straw, Mrs. Leah Spicer, Miss Marion fully as they can win.
spent Monday here. He is now locatedin Leydig, Mrs. C. W. McDonald, Mrs. NEWSThe
Fort Myers. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. D. C. Alston, Bobby Hare, Merrel Lowe and Van
Honoring Mrs. George You of Mrs W. C. Hooker, Mrs. O. F. Bush attended the movies In Bella

Paul Curtis of Miami arrived Sun- South Bay, a recent bride Miss Schiffli, Mrs. Earl Fontaine, Mrs. Glade Sunday afternoon.
Marion Leydig entertained at bridge S. S. S. Club held a meetingat
day to work at the mill. He is ,livingat Harry Peters, Sr., Mrs J. W. Ezelle,
the Barracks. Saturday night. Those present were Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs..Chas. Miner, the Clewiston Drug Store, Wednesday Those attending the movies in
Mr. and Mrs. George Yon, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Knight, Mrs. J. G. evening. Miss Dorothy Deam Belle Glade Sunday night were Eve-

Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Duff and Lt. Mrs. C. E.. Miner, Mrs. Leah Spicer, Niblack, Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs.R. was hostess. Plans for the future lyn Hare, Betty Spicer and Emma
and Mr. arid"' Mrs. J. E. Beardsley.Mrs. .
the T. Mitchell Mrs. G. Small Mrs. Laura Bethea.
and Mrs. N. L. Hemenway spent ,
.)Yon wis'iiresented with meetings were discussed. Those at-
a lovely Lewis Miss Kline Mrs. E. C. ,
week-end in Miami. Mary -------
and Mrs. tending were: Misses Roberta George,
guest prize Beardsley won
Mills, Mrs. Robbie Smith, Mrs. Gayle Bush Mary Bush and Glen Etherton wentto
high. Betty Spicer, Mary ,
Mrs. Blanton, Director of Emer- McFadden, Mrs. Van Horn, Mrs. Roberts, Florence Moore, Evelyn the movies Sunday afternoon.

gency Relief Work in Hendry County Leonard Shea, Mrs. Lloyd Sparrow, Hare, Louise Waldron, Mary Louise I
spent Tuesday here. Oglesby and sponsor, Mrs. Jewel Betty and Roberta Spicer visitedin
ReceptionMrs. Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby,
\ Lawrence. A special called meetingwill West Palm Beach Thursday.
:Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. W. B. Furgess,
of the Lukens
_' G. W. Lukens be held at the Clewiston Drugat
Dredging and; Contracting Co., of W. C. Owen and Mrs. F. D. Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Mark Law- 8:00 Wednesday night. All'members Bobby Hare attended the movies

Baltimore arrived Tuesday. Duff held a delightful reception Fri ler, Miss Gertrude Balasok, Mrs. B. are urged to be present. ,(Continued on page 8))

Mis. E. H. Latham, Jr., who is ':
now living in Palm Beach spent

:several days here this week.T. "'
Announcing : :;
: ": :\
E. Hamilton, formerly of Tampa, : '
is now assisting his son-in-law, W. i
H. Merritt, in his jewelry business \ : : : 'l ;':'; .: ..
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here. : :,
to: :. ,

The F. A. McKenzies went hometo ,','i,i; ..,? $ '.
Lakeland for the week-end. Their ,:- \
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son returned with them for a short "
visit. :,::;

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More new residents are Mr. and "

Mrs. C. F. Vaughn, who are livingat
the Inn. Mr. Vaughn is 'with the

Latham Co.

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Announcement was made this week : L \
of the marriage of Leola Mountain '
and Frank Jacobson Saturday nightat : : + '
Fort Myers. T\
r' .. lttt tt{< a }{
Mrs E. L. Stewart, Mrs. Leah \
Spicer, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, and Roberta -,
.' Spicer shopped in West Palm .- JtI \

,, Beach Thursday.;

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dedrick of

% Wichita, Kansas, visited their nieces,
Kathryn and Dorothy Deam, at the
Clewiston Inn recently.W. .
r+ ; s.n }y. ;JrJ .
< ) nf. JJyf ri. \ C

P. Franklin, "father of flood $.,
control in South Florida," and R. V. 4
Stewart of Fort Myers spent Tues- ,.- ..... < .
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day here looking over the activity.D. -',:"J; :" ';'

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Campbell, former grower in
the Ritta section, is now workingout
of West Palm Beach as representative -

for the Merchants and Miners NEW 'FORD V.S for 1934

Mrs. W' M. Redelsheimer went to ..
Miami for the week-end. Her mother, :'
Mrs. V. 11. Stokes, returned with her : r THE UNIVERSAL CAR
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on Tuesday for a visit of several -, '\''"' __ ,"r." -' t
days ;
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I .1 Among Miami the golf fans who wentto The New Ford V-8 for 1934 is now on display at the showrooms of Ford dealers. Surpassing l

Sunday to see the Biltmoie ,,' .
tournament were Mr. and Mrs T. B. .

Shelley Lofton.,. Keith Hartsfield' and Jimmy even the great Ford of1933 in economy, beauty and comfort, it is truly the car of this 'mod-

J. J. Harrington, Jimmy Harrington Ford It combines the
culmination proved performance
of thirty
E. E. Kelly, A. ;L. Robertsonand ern age-the years progress.
Emmett Shelley attended the

Sunday.Biltmore golf tournament., in' Miami, of the V-8 cylinder engine with two important new.features-Dual Carburetion and


the Mr.week-end and Mrs.in R.West T. Mitchell Palm Beach spent perfected Clear-vision Ventilation See- this car today and drive. it at the first opportunity.

visiting Mrs. Mitchell's father, Mr.
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Farnum, who recently suffered a : :- "
severe injury to his arm.

Mrs., Emily Rickmeyer is greetingold
stall s
friends and looking after business -

Interests here and in Fort Myers. BETTER PERFORMANCE. Greater power, this slot air is drawn out I by the forward motionof bodies and fender has greater wearing quality ..
She will return to her home at the
new speed, quicker acceleration, smoother per the car. This simple ventilation system maintains and more enduring luster. v
St. Denis Hotel in Richmond, Va., for '
the Christmas holidays. formance, more miles per gallon, especially at draft-free circulation, insures passenger GREATER RIDING COMFORT results from
I higher speeds, and ,quicker starting in cold comfort, prevents fogging windshield in cold or increased, spring flexibility. The spring leaves are
Principal M. G. Langford returnedon weather-all these result from the new dual car- stormy weather. Both windshield and cowl ven- newly designed for quieter and easier action.
'l'uesday.from a visit to Gaines- buretor and dual intake manifold. New water- tilator can be opened to supply additional air Shock absorbers are improved. Scat cushions are

ville where he had been called by line thermostats enable the engine to warm up needed for comfortable warm-weather driving. deeper, with new, softer springs. New type, ',
f the illness of his small son. The more quickly and to maintain an efficient oper- individual bucket seats provide increased comfort
.... baby is better and he and Mrs. Lang- ating temperature. Added engine refinements DISTINCTIVE APPEARANCE enhanced for front-seat passengers in the Tudor Sedan.
ford have left the hospital. reduce oil consumption, further improve operat- by the newly designed chromium-plated radiator Adding to comfort is the new driving ease of the
ing economy and reduce maintenance costs. shell and grille, new hood louvres,'new hub caps. 15-to-l steering gear ratio. cp'
After spending a few days here, Interiors are attractive, with new tufted upholstery
Mrs. Roy Sands returned to her homein NEW VENTILATION SYSTEM permits clear new mouldings, new cove-type headlining, LOW-Tudor Sedan, $535.
Columbus, O. She will be back In vision, prevents drafts and provides desired new instrument panel, new arm rests, new hard PRICES REMAIN De Luxe
amount of fresh air in weather. Individual Coupe, $515. Fordor Sedan, $585.
about ten days with her daughters any ware. Swivel-type sun visors in DC Luxe bodies
control for front and side windows. When Tudor, $575. De Luxe Fordor, $625. De Luxe
;; in order that the family may spend rear prevent glare from front or ,side. (3
the Christmas holidays together. The ventilation is desired the window glass is raisedto Coupe (5 windows), $555. De Luxe Coupe
daughters will return north to the top. Then, the handle is given an addi- FENDERS IN COLOR. On De Luxe cars fenders windows), $555. DeLuxe Roadster, $525. De
school, but Mrs. Sands will make tional half.turn. This slides the glass back are in color to harmonize with body colon O Luxe Phaeton, $550. Cabriolet, $590. Victoria,
her home at the Inn with Mr Sands. horizontally to form a narrow slot. Through J -wheel colors optional. New enamel finish on .a $610. (All prices f. o.b. Detroit.)


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On the PfiULTRY. '

OUR COMIC SECTIONn i '. FunnySide ,



I Events in the Lives of Little Men _.J f fl' n r I A I Idle Buildings Can Be Made '',' 'i'\

i-.I Into Good Quarters. .

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YOUR OV'S CAP ? bJ. Chickens last year brought Illinois .' '", :

\FT\ IS, RB' ENE ?0 1NAT ROKEj farmers almost rs much cash income, ::'
: : as cattle and calves did and more than

My iNDoW BORROWINGIt corn, wheat or oats, but they need a ,',,' ..
"new deal" In housing accommodations : '; t.
j was the day of the school entertainment -
now that another winter is coming :';;f.1
and the audience consisted
on, it is pointed out by E. G. John : ,
mainly of mothers, proud or envious .
son, extension specialist In agricultural r
according to the parts their childrenwere
engineering, college of agriculture, :,;.'tii
playing. University of Illinois. ;'::/
One small boy came to the platform. '
This "new deal" need not necessarily ; /.
Striking a bold attitude, he, began : ,'I<#,
mean a new house, however. Many :::
"Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend t.
: poultry houses already built may be : ;
me your ears.
) remodeled to incorporate the features P
Whereupon oneof, the mothers whispered ..
and to provide ,the advantages of the ,-- :,
to her companion : "There, more modern type poultry house In '. ,
I I that's the ..jones'boy.., lie' wouldn't be y
1p ..
s many cases Idle buildings already on, ,;:
r I his mother's so'n it he \veren't tryingto '
the farm can be made Into efficient ,
borrow something.
i poultry'' houses by making a few simple ::

/ changes. ,
The exterior may not look like a :
r I poultry house, but if the remodeled '

'IT I building has proper window arrange f' ,

ment in the front, for light and ,venti-

lation, low ceiling height, a dry floor '
and tight walls]! with insulation behind

roosts, it will probably be very satisfactory .

in every way. '
\ Abnormal temperature changes In

the poultry house during the winter ,

cut Into egg production, and methods '

T of construction that will keep a more

uniform temperature are desirable. .

This can ,be accomplished by allowing : '
a .small]! amount of head room In the -:
Kabbit-What's the cause of your house, making the walls tight, providIng '" /:

grouch? Insulation back of and above roosts ,: -
Turtle-You'd have a grouch too If
I : and providing windows,that fit tightly. ;
:/ ::
; .
your wife wanted to use you f r'a '.. ..
LJ Everything possible also should be ; ,
CoprrI hr.W. S, L') washboard. done to prevent damp floors In poultry ,: .
houses. :, ',;,

Earnest LinguistOn Narrow houses can be made more "
his tour of an English districtan satisfactory and the :'
THE FEATHERHEADS Fur-ther Misunderstanding capacitylncreasedby ", ,
schools '
Inspector city high came widening the house. This Is usually "

WeRE before a class of girls. He wrote on done by the house the "'
PO LITTLE BiT t KNEW THEY t-/ extending : ,
I FEEL A ( \ ; '
th" blackboard, "LXXX. Then ,
GUILTY ABOUT MAKING-( FRoM A NEIGHBOR'S [ fclRL.. ( ( peer. necessary width and using a gable or .. ;
SMART Ing over his spectacles at a good-look ''
combination ; '
ALWAYS roof. Houses with
HE IS a high ,
ME :
FELIX BUY THIs 10 BSANGR.V ?tA'l N& WITM61Jr :Birr 'f'THAT ing,girl in the first, row, he asked: ceiling may be remodeled by making ,:.., )

.,_ -- I PRETENDED ABotlT SOME t COUDt M'? MISS KIND OF FURRED "Young .lady; I'd like'to" have' you a false ceiling. The straw loft serves :' ;\;
IT ? = tell me what that means. excellently for this The i
OPPoRTpNIT'I l5 purpose. common ,
HAIR 1 FOUND NO-, -rrtE" SKUNK'2o I "Love and kisses," the girl replied. method of remodeling semimonitor .
12EALL( ? -Washington Labor. types of hog and poultry houses to

avoid the coldness and draftiness "usually ,

Flood Control found In this type (If' construction -

\ Johnson-Did you hear about old Is to use a straw loft to shut off

\ man Baker falling asleep in his bath- ; the effect of the upper row of windows j '' 'I

o tub with both faucets running that" cause the draft. .

Jackson-It must have been some :
i 1
flood. "
Marketing Is -
Johnson-No,fortunately the old Turkeys

geezer always sleeps with his mouth Explained in Bulletin ;,

IrESYOU open. Many farmers could get more for ;'
Forty-Wink EggsWaitressTwominute their turkeys If they 'would improve

eggs, sir? I the quality of the birds and adopt better '

dressing and packing methods, concludes ./i
thought you always wanted them three
minutes. a marketing specialist of the ,' ,..a

bureau of ,.:';
agricultural economics, on ,
Breakfasler know but I've decided -
( NOW-LSTEN( I-- I DON'TF' r the basis of Investigations In poultry ,)
SUCH A to sleep a longer mornings.His :
BELIEVE IIZZ / ASK FOR THANKS OR packing plants and terminal markets. :;

MICE COAT COULD I PRAISE-SUT AT LEAST ComebackThe It has been ,found that many pro- ":

COME I FROM SUCH A SpBAK OPI ducers expend much labor and money .
/ YOLl COLlLO 2 Chief-1 saw a policeman questioning '
LOATH SOME SOME RESPECT !In an effort to'raise turkeys of fine ",,'
I MEW TM :you today! Did he think you
CREATURE L TAUKIMGTO / quality, and then, through Improper ,
v M&KJ! were a suspicious character?
< selection, finishing and of :
/ j
OuTSIAERS Louie=I guess so; he asked me IfI ,
/ the birds for market, fall to get muchof :,j
S knew you and .I told him I did.
the profit they would otherwise receive : ;'
:::: 2-7 ..
::::::- :
A Big Gamble
,: / D In a bulletin issued by the United (r
l ( Uncle-You ,boys of-today want too
> States Department of Agriculture, the.:
much money. Do you know what I
specialist tells how to select turkeysfor
was getting,when I married your aunt?
how to handle live turkeys, '
1j Nephew-Nope! And I bet youdidn't ,1i..
j L how to feed turkeys how to kill the '
either.-Kansas City Star.
birds and bleed them, how to pick tur- '

: 1 J keys and clean the carcasses, how to Y;:'
Shadow of
A Himself
: ::: wrap the heads, sew torn skin and re- \ ,''
O f
( : Householder you're an ex-ser- '
move the crops. Hauling to market, i:,
geant major, are you? Were you ever :
grading, weighing, packing, loadingand ;
/ out at the front? "
shipping are also covered In this T
western NemayaDelIIato4 o
I Tramp-Oh.: ma'am-it's only "
yes '"'l
bulletin, entitled, "Dressing and PackIng -' ,
; lately} I've got so: thin. .
Turkeys, for _',; ;
;' No 'Eye 'for Business NEVER FLUNKED Not So FoolishAt SURE PROOF In "a final word," he' says: "It Is ..: \ :,

Mother-What did that young ocu- I I a small country weddingBillWho's to the interest of the-producer, packer :.:,

list say about your eyes when you that bloke o'er there? and retailer to see:: that the customer ': ;

asked him.( ,look at them, Francine? '' Pal-Why* t'best' mon,.(o'course. Is' satisfied( with i 'her purchase, :so, that : '';I a:.

Will you have to wear'glasses Bill-Why doesm call 'him t'best she' not only will continue to use 'turkey \ '"

Francine-He said my eyes were mon? as the center of the holiday, ,dinners ,.

the most beautiful hetever saw. I Pal-'Cos 'e's non such a fool as but will buy one occasionally at' { >'.' -

think he forgot all about the glasses., t'other.Weeldy Telegraph, ,, Sheffield, other times." .:,;ei:.

Or the Kitchen Sink I ,Separate Sexes Early ; .',' '. )1

He (on the, beach-Modern girls I Caustic Caddie Pullets will develop' with, 'greater _,
Just love"'the"'water.' '. ., .I, ,, \ '
I Golfer-You must' be the worst caddie unIformity'Jseparated from the cock t :' 7:
Mother of Four-Yes, unless it happens I ; ,:, I- 1
-in the world. erels when, they, are eIght' to twelve : J
to be,Jn the washtub., ,, \ ,' ,." -, ;- ,Hyena-Did your brother have a' 'Caddie-'Ardly.. "That'd be too much weeks' of age. ,The males are dom'I j j

I.d- ,,good ed'ucation'l ,ot>-'ii coincidence. '- "I'm sure that' Highflyer' must' have ineering and tend to claim the feed ::?

'GAME'S. OVER' .' .. ':Monk:-Oh yes, he went through all ',:.c been a, ,waiter' at one time. ,,". hopper space that ,has been ,allotted ';"
,- ,the higher_branches, '" ," 'i CLEAR SAILING "Why so?" to the females. Furthermore It Is ..

.. I ; .-' "Watch him at' dinner. He''Has his good, economy 'to'sell the .males,before ,' ;.:
rthe I "
napkin' over his arm' half ti ne. "
A Return to Style ..' they become staggy. d ,

First Girl-I haven't seen
that frock before. "Paw, what's.an, advertisement?" Oyster ,Shell Feeding : ,

Second-No, it's," my twenty-first" ,: ,asked. little. Hubert. ', The theory that oyster shell feeding ,
7 birthday'present.. "An advertisement," explained the causes the hens to drink;too much water '

First--Really! And: now It's fashionable father "Is ,the t picture oVa pretty girl and therefore causing watery

,again.-Darlington Dispatch. eating, cooking?, chewjng, smelling, I. whites Is without foundation. "Wa

gargling, rubbing, ,., wearing; driving tery whites" do, not contain any more
Girl--Ail la over, between us, ,,1 will Turning the Tables something, which the advertisers' are water or less solids than the regular

return your ring Mr. Youngwed: (complacently anxious to sell."-Pathfinder,,Magazine, quality eggs. If hens, have fresh Water '

. Man-Am,1,to ,understand then 'that' suppose you know that there were sev In front, of them at all times they

our engagement ris:at.an end'II eralyoung women disa'ppolnted.'when. The: Mean Thing I will not drink too much. Tho oyster t i

Girl-Exactly. I give you' ;your. release I.married you. He-I can hardly resist kissing you. "I had' to kiss him,' l'1' felt 'so sorry shell merely helps to give the' proper f

and expect to sign a -new man' Irs.Youngwed-Yes. My"girl friends' She' -Arid r' wouldn't resist, .o go for him: amount of mineral needed for the f

the latter part of the week. Good-by. prophesied a brilliant future for me. I ahead. "Was' that after you accepted him, I shells, ,says a poultry department cor-

I dear respondent In the Boston Herald.


&j, _:_ .. : II ,.. .,& t ':, --;: .- .- -" '.' ;-"' '." :--' &,-,, .- -.-- or'


IBM ". ', ,


y On theh' "That's the second time today I've "Why do you keep a parrot?"
-r--- seen, that man following that womanin "Because I like to hear It talk.

; 'Japa11' s Roads another car, yelling at her all the The parrot Is the only creature gifted -, i

FunnySide time." with the power of speech that la

"Yes, that's old Johnson. He's content to repeat just what it hears

teaching his wife to drive, bathes without trying to make a long storyof ;
,. %
ae not taking any risks himself!I" it"-Montreal Star.

Joke of the Season Proof Positive"I ;

-- I "Why, George! What are you wonder If dyeing the hair Js 1
laughing at?" really as dangerous as some of the

-' ,,) '4 s "6'a "Oh, I've Just heard the Lest Jokeof doctors say?" remarked Nutt. 1
the year." "You bet it is," replied Henpeck.
-' "What is it?", "An uncle of mine tried It once and

I "Didn't you know that our maid I within a month he was married toa
has got a Job in a china shop?" widow with four children."
Louder and more insistent cries I I

from the bathroom made it increas-

..-" ingly evident 'that it was entirely too i
small a room for seven-year-old twin SATACTllOHCA1'T

boys to wash their neck: ,and ears in .

peace. i OiGHT
At last the door burst open and

DonnIe;bearing every evidence the

V."y'S defeated man, and hurt to the quick i

M lvi by it, ran crying to the nearest. con-


"Mother, Charles sticks his tongueout

at me and then he shuts his eyesso .

>; 6 r.\ .'>) ka >).r/.. ?1 4 y/.f. /H LjlwAck+naA he can't see me stick mine out at
him !I" he said.
I. i I
Scene on a Japanese' Highway.Prepared '
t Score One for Brown

The argument had been all on Mrs.
; by National Geographic Society, the East Seacoast as In bygone years. M MYYiiiHEADQUARTERS
: Brown's side throughout the evening,
: Washington. D. C.-WNU
"There is the music of the harp in
: motor cars multiplying and Brown was distinctly annoyed.
: the pine trees and the sound of the ,
W': in Japan, the Nipponese are "You seem to think 'a cold In the '-
,. timbrel In the waves ; the panting of
,: Increasingly inter head to FOR SOOT '
.: becoming means nothing a woman,
.. the carriers Is like the sound of flutes
: 'ested In 'good roads. A fewyears..ago the stormed his wife. "I don't know of
and the of horses' feet like
stamp Many folks from below the Mason-Dixoo R I
travelers ,scanned railway
anything more annoying.
the boom of the drum. line make The Martinique their headquarters 9 :
maps when planning to tour Japan. Her husband peered over the news- '
Now linking cities Hakone Barrier_ Long Gone in New York. Within one block... n v'-2"
new roads : great paper he had been trying to read "
with regions of. historic and scenic If Chomei were to write, that portionof "No?" he countered, with a rare Pennsylvania Station, Empire.State Build I s

;interest on the ''larger islands are di- his Tokaido diary today, he would flash of spirit. "What about lock- ing Fifth Avenue, and the largest depart. Y/ I B I' 1 1

verting the attention of visitors to automobiles have to find some additional Instru- jaw?" meat stores. Within our four walls...good ..;, "' b I II I I
and improved highways. mental similes for the exhaust of motors -' rooms..good meals..good people. II I

;" .It. Is possible, although, it must be and the blatant sounding of Had Him Guessing"You Single, $2 to $3.50. Double, $3 to $5. r "'r't :I
confessed, sometimes slightly uncomfortable klaxons. None higher. ld '
say that your wife has received -
to go by automobile through- The old Hakone barrier gatewayhas an anonymous letter informIng Direction..American Hotels Corporation. + i

: outthe? length and breadth of Japan. ,been$ gone,these_ GO-odd years. No her of something you did before GEORGE H WARTMAN.JUa agt. ?
..To }1>e sure, many of the roads are true more do armed sentries there chal- your marriage. Well, the best thing

'"sunshine roads," which mean woe to lenge one and demand to see passports you can do Is to confess."

}him who attempts to travel them during' and': credentials, as In' the days when "I know but she won't let me HOT'L MARTIIHJE j
the rainy seasons, when light glittering trains of daimios (feudal
and know'
read the letter I don't
brIdges across flooding stream often lords! marched In ceaseless parade, what to confess."
:income unsafe for heavy traffic or back and forth on this route between

;hoot away entirely ; yet motoring at the courts of the shogun (generalissimo -

.proper times presents only minor' ,tHffiBullies. ) and emperor. Motor trekkers '. ..: "" :''". 7heSecretofaCcarS&itJailiuse
;. : now stop only If they are interestedin f / :;.: :. j. 1 ,
: ', examining the age-old site. It is liE oflici1rS4Dp
!* Drive along that historic Tokaido ,AlWAn'Y:

Y' ?:road from Yedo (Tokyo) to Kyoto, sheer pleasure, however, to loiter &Nc .,i, ;' x 4 ,S,,> .1'>J/:y' PUZZLED WAS F'i I I
:past Hakone lake,'sacred Fuji and the along the way and enjoy the, surpassing : / ( 7'

.:east seacoast. With"the sharp autumn views across the 'cerulean Hakone 5" "f kSpliffinq" [ i

<]air, bringing red blood tingling your lake, which on, calm days mirrors that Before retiring bathe the face freely )
cheeks, .spiral I up- to Chuzenji ''from'Nikko stately mountain named by the aborig- Headaches with hot water and Cuticura Soap, i,
:;: along the zigzag road carved on inal Alnus Fuji, the Goddess of Fire. she teamed she using plenty of Soap. 'Rinse with I I
Until why was smiserableand and with cold St. Joseph Aspirin -
jthel} steep mountain side. Behold there Not only along the Tokaido. but found out about tepid finally water. / is-
NR Tablets(Nature's Remedy).Now she gets Containing medicinal and healing always
-the' exquisite:; panorama of multihued elsewhere as well, ,men with picks, along fine with everybody. This safe, depend- properties, Culicnra Soap acts as a t fully effective I
M. 'v tples. Climb!; to. the mountains, that, I shovels, and dump carts are beginning able,all-vegetable laxative brought quick relief protection against skin troubles. I because its"origiI -
and quiet nerves because it cleared her systemof
,: .. ,gird the blue waters of Lake Towada. i to carve wider and better trails of joy poisonous wastes-made bowel action ,Write for,special folder on I I nal purity and
... slush In the greenery of summer or i and utility through the empire.A easy and,regular. Thousands take NR daily T .the,care of the kill / full strength are
i ',aflame' with, riotous golds and reds. of wide asphalt and concrete road, non-habit-It's such a form sure, pleasant corrective.' Mild Address: "Cuticura," Dept 12S, sealed in by its ,

'; ';.stinted October. ,which connects the titan industrial ing.effects.' No bad At after-your OB-,..'.*1, s Malden, Mas. .- moisture proofcellophane i

., ,Direct your car out Into the country city, Osaka, with the port of Kobe, druggist's Z5c. ' wrap. !
'biwars when summer rice planting or is in the final stages of construction.And relief for acid indige9- AUTOMATIC REFRIGERATOR flashlight World's Largest Seller at 10c
; autumn harvest makes evident the mind you, "speed cops" are sta- 'IIYUMS" ton.heartburn.Only lOco attached. Low Instantly.price make Convincing sales easy.demonstration. W. C.- ASK FOR IT BY NAME *
patience and Ceaseless Industry of tioned along the way to check up on SMITH: Mt. Vernon,.N. Y.

rural life. Discover for yourself motorists trying more than the per I o

'charming places along the' Inland sea, mitted, 23 miles an hour! BLADES FOR NEW OR OLD TYPE Gillette INVENTORS: to save time and money ob-
the Fuji lake district, and elsewhere.If ( Thus far, however, motor traffic has razors: 60 MAX for $1 HILLCR: 2c stamps accepted. taining Write Inventors'patents join Nat'I this. Cooperative non-profit group.Asb'n

you take one such trip, you will grown much in excess of the develop- 237 Wick Street Pittsburgh Pa. 631 ennB. Avenue, Washington, D. C.
'agree that motoring Is well worth the ment of'the roads and the educationof ,
; effort even when the roads are In poor the people to the innovation that is

repair.. .q elbowing its way Into the congested -
.:- Today, In Japan, automobile- trafficIs thoroughfares. t TIMES ARE GETTING BETTERNO :

steadily expanding.. If 'one exceptsthe Careful? Driving Necessary. .

innumerable motorcycles and three- Persons who have become
' wh'eeled delivery autobicycles that tomed to wide macadam highways or : MORE FUSS AND FRET .
dart about and includes '
spacious boulevards and are Inclinedto _
only ,the: tiny flyweight cars; the 'rau ; ,
tread rather heavily on accelerators -
cous taxicabs that cruise, the city may find travel in Japan somewhat '
f streets for 50-sen fares (normally Irksome at"first. .fj
and Impatience -
!. ,-1;' about 25 cents) ; the public and private must be left at home; other
: :;! f, al automobiles, the lumbering. trucks, ,
wise the nervous strain will destroy ',: .:',. :
and the low busses :
long, IS-passenger :
all of the pleasures 'of motor vaga-
that overfill the narrow' roadways,
!bonding. Careful and patient driving
there are w. about 70,000 motorized
necessity, the ,motorist's watch-
{ vehicles Island alone and wohzdf
on Honshu on the Japanese highways.Not .
; on the four main islands a total of
'than ,only are the roads generally
more 1GOOOO.
,-; narrow and full of turns, but up and
Better Roads for Motors.
," down them passes a 'multifarioustraffic.
The 'number of cars already In operation There is a constant succession

together with those. arriving:: of heavily laden bullock carts, bicyclists ,
'-::. daily i '.at; the docks or taking final beyond count, people plodding 1 I

.'-\ ', shape, _in t locally established, assembly under ponderous burdens, high-piled
plants;;i,14:ever a pressing argument for carts with ,dogs straining at leash to
better! "roads In the first elevenmonths' assist their perspiring masters to pull

of 1032 the United States exported them, peddlers hawking their wares
,' to Japan 2,828 busses and, trundling horse-drawn wagons, and

;, trucks and. 2,730 passenger automobiles children-babies playing In the open
r :. The' value :of automobile parts streets, youngsters going to and fro \ r

exported .In,this same period was $2- from school, hundreds of students on

3asoGS.Every: picnic or pilgrimage-children every-
day motors are widening their where. And there 'seems to oe little

3'' c ; sphere of activity. Treaded pneumatic inclination on the part of any of themto i
tires! are leaving patterns in paths share the' road. b THE LIG

which for ages knew'' no, prints save Probably nowhere, else In the worldIs OUOLE-Actl"
those of bare'or sandal-clad feet. Gasoline there such extensive "jaywalking"or

:' fumes: mingle with the dust thut such a horde of irresponsible bi
i;' rises :troth roadbeds heretofore powdered1 cyclists. KING POW P /
: and rutted only by the wheelsof L L
Squeeze the bulb of your horn repeatedly -
dog, bullock, man-drawn
or carts. then sound your electric I'i
The roads' are rapidly changing klaxon (every motorcar is equippedwith
even :the historic old Tokaido from both), and still there is little
+,j Tokyo to Kyoto, which served Japanas movement In the traffic.
the,Via Appta served ancient Rome. "
Give a man or boy a' bicycle In W-
Although the old roadbed that Japan, where there are five and' three- i
echoed to the boots of horses In the quarter million bicycles to be reckoned -w.w: 1 1WERE

'r grand days of chivalry has been altered with, and he will dart about with,utter
until only cobbled spots between abandon, entirely disregarding trafficof
the weathered gnarled pines and state-
all kinds. Consequently bicycles
ly cryptomerias 'Identify It, the panoramas constitute easily the most serious, of PACK TO BETTER 8A INjWE'RE ,
,, .
'': are as delightful as ever motorists' worries. If only the traffic
,: f, Mount Fuji still stands supreme in police in the cities would devote to CALUMET/
her winter-whitened mantle or In the bicyclists a little of the assiduous attention &ACK TO
blue haze and shroud of cumulus they seem to think necessaryIn t ,-

clouds; the rivers still rush down controlling motor car traffic, the .,
't from the purple hills, and tbe Inrolllng situation would Improve. Perhapa
waves of the Pacific still break along clearer roads are In prospect.

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FRIDAY, PKCKMttEK' 15, 1033 '\51
GAMES IN LEAGUE RACE --- pany across said .Section 7 and 8; County, Florida, ." '
(Continued from page 5)) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all of! Sections 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, to satisfy said decree '
in .Belle' Glade Wednesday night. Continued from page 1) the undersigned, Special Master in 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 and and! all costs. .1t
34, all in ALLEN : .
Township 43 South, CLEMENTS ,
10) faded in favor of Bob Hare. Bob Chancery, by virtue. o. the final decree 34 East; Special Master in Chancery. ... '
Julia 'Ann Oglesby has been absent took a dose of the same treatment, foreclosure entered in that EVANS, MERSHON ,
certain cause pending In the Circuit EXCEPT land released from the & SAWYER
because of illness. giving up six runs in the fourth, be- First National
lien Bank
Court, of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of said mortgage as is more Bldg., (-
fore Moore was called in to stop theIIaughter of Florida, for Hendry County, In particularly shown in Mortgage Miami, Florida, :
Bobby Hare, Merrel Lowe, and let the fans get home to Chancery, being Case No. 635, where Satisfaction Book 1, pages 280 and Solicitors for Plaintiff.
Louise Waldron attended the dance bed. Tom Shelley was working a nice in W. G. Troxler, as successor trus-I 495, Public Records of Hendry No. 2CDec.. 8, 15, 22, 29. I',
in Belle Glade last Thursday night.. game for the Kiwanis, but ragged tee, Is laintiff, and Sugarland .
infield let Development Company --- ---- I
support Orange pull et al, are defendants -
A Girl Scout three will, on <..:.: :-. ... ..:;:; ;: : .
meeting was held up within runs, with the score 1, 1933 Monday January NN 1: : :N: : MN11:111NNN111;NNN". .:NNN:.NMNNN:.:MNNNN" :.:-:+ ;. L
Wednesday afternoon at their scout 14-11 at the end of the fifth. Moore between the hours of eleven <,
house. looked like any pitcher in the sixth, o'clock, A. M., and two o'clock, P. M., ", k.
at the front door of the
County Court-
Kiwanis getting three hits and a I house in LaBelle, Florida, offer for Business Usual I"
Mary Louise Oglesby went to the walk for three more runs and the sale and sell at public outcry, to the as ;
Belle Glade movie Sunday. 'decision,. 17-12; their second win of best and highest
bidder for cash, :
the During the fire
the week.MICHIGAN". following described real property in and since we have sold
Spelling continues to be stressed I Hendry County, Florida, to-wit:
in. the lower grades. Last week 100 "JJLESSED EVENT" All of Section one (1), in township f" .
percent was made in second grade by TAKES PLACE AS ADVERTISED 44 south range 33 east. ,

Eric Belcher Eugene Roberts, Philip All of Sections three ((3), four / I;
fiCLiCS.u, Ernest Oliver auu i\. o. I Muskegon, .1\Iich.-A 9-pound girl, (4), five (5) and" six (6)), except I i.
Padgett. In. third grade a perfect whose expected birth was announced right of way granted by South Flor- Cabbage and, Bean Hampers Pepper::
record was made by Anne Pafford, in 2,000 newspapers by its proud ida Farms Company to the A. C. L. : i

Elbert Hooker, Audrey Christian, father, on November 25 was born to Railroad Company by deed dated Crates Poultry and '
Gloria McDuffie, John Poole, Janie Mr. and Mrs. William E. Worthingof January 3, 1917, recorded In Book '
Brantley, Alma 49, page 207, of the Public Records '
Mae .
Anglin, Paul Muskcgon.Worthing
nchuck, Mary Mathis, Nettie Pearl last July asked the local of Lee 10 County, 15, 22, ,Florida,27 and, 34 through, of Town-.sections International Fertilizers ..: ; !

Norton, Estelle Padgett, Joe Brewer, newspaper to publish a news item ship 43 South,' Range 33 East, and Stokes SeedsCLEWISTON '-'(s sVa
James Howard, Armeda Howell, Ber- that a baby was expected by the through section 3 of Township 44 ,
nard Leiter and Otis Cason. couple, married five years, in Nov south, Range 34, east, all in town- '. .' ..
ember. The1 editor refused, but ship 44 south, range 34 east. .. .J/ f
The highest rating in third grade Worthing's :pride was not to be The West half (W% ) and South- ,
arithmetic was made by John Poole squelched.An:; east quarter (SE'of Section 13,
and Audrey Christian.PUT..L I advertisement carried the news and all of section 24, 25 and 36, all '
refused by the editorial departmentand In Township. 43 South, Range 33 DRUG CO. :
: GOLF PROGRAM(! soon the whole world knew of $
'PLANNED FOIl SUNDAY: the "blessed '.event." Two thousand The Southwest quarter (SW%) Office at the Store Corner
newspapers reprinted the item, and all of the North half (N/ ) of to the Bank
(Continued from clip- Section 7, situated
page 1)) lYing'and being
pings showed.
In the Tuesday tournament Mrs. south of the Nine Mile Canal, and ....................... . . .
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Jiedelsheimer made a net of 36 the West half (WJ/fc ) of Section 8, N 1 1 N N NII NN N .11.H H N.N M N.H N H N.....H N N N N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N N........... j
Others playing were Mesdames 1-2.// Miatreatctg father Time except 80 foot right of way 'as laid 1
Eestor, Hill, Hemenway, and Only a man skilled In the art of out and now occupied by Moore 4

agen trotting way *?th muMer can affordto Haven and Clewiston Railroad Com- ....MNNNN. .. .. ..N...IN.. ......NN.. ...1...1NN11.. .. .. ...... . ... .... . . . I
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Before you start on that week-end trip drive In and let us put
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