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 22, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Congressman J. Hardin Peterson,

guest speaker at the Kiwanis meet- Community Xmas Tree ITS Growers of cabbage in the Lake STANDING .

ing Wednesday evening, made an excellent I I Okeechobee section are watching

I {. talk on l legislation passed by In City Park Saturday READERS ALL THE closely estimates of plantings to be NorthSouthW.

I the session this year, with particular I I made in this state and Texas for win- C. Prewitt.............._...............855 j
rr- emphasis and explanation of those JOYS OF THE ter and spring shipment. Accordingto W. C. 0'ven..6 2 3

measures affecting Florida. Perhaps Plans are complete for the, annual a recent release of the U. S. Dept.of Viola Owen -:................................4 2 3 '
' the most cheerful note of the speech, Community Christmas, which will be Agriculture the preliminary est- W. M. Redelsheimer..243
Q stmasI
In the ears of his hearers at least, held Saturday evening, the 23rd, at br imate' of the acreage planted in the Ruth Beardsley ..........................238

was the definite assurance that the ,seven o'clock. Santa Claus is expectedto early states Texas, Florida' Louisianaand J. V. Lofton.........._............._.....190

government work on the Lake Okee- put in an. appearance about that .I aston California is 85 percent above Lucille Downs .........___..................186

? chobee flood control and navigation time at the Christmas Tree, at the I the acreage harvested last year, 57-: Mae Drew ..............................'....159
west side of the City Park, just west I
project will be continued to comple- 000 acres compared with 31,000 last __ East-West
of the water tower and the -tr. te: J.J", J J-i-t.:
tion that when the $4,200,000 appropriation across
; year. The heaviest increases are inFlori'da Katherine Lawler ...................... 592
from the office of the U. S.
r: made in September_ is street
and Texas, 87 percent and Mark Lawler .....__.......;..............484

J exhausted more money will be available I Engineers. 100' percent respectively. Kathryn Deam ............................ 315J.
k to complete what the Congressman of gifts Santa FT. MYERS GOLFERS
Presentation by Cutting of the earliest crop in the .. Riviere .................................... .186
referred to as "this most important Claus at the Community Christmas
I j Clewiston district was begun yester- Marguerite Alston ...................... 161

it federal project. Tree has been an annual affair in BEATEN BY LOCAL day when Joe Wood of Lake Harbor J. McMakin ..................._...........126

),; Denying any attempt to make a Clewiston for: the past five years.It started on a field of twenty acres Evelyn Shelley ..........................- 23

.._ .: set speech, Mr. Peterson pointed to reported by the American Legion from which several cars will be ship- J. W. Ezelle ................................- 78
this' lake work as evidence of the committee in charge of arrangements TEAM 1 HERE SUNDAY ped this week. It is understood that

interest manifest in this section and for this .:year, Jay Moran, Bill Owen this crop will be packed in hundred Conclusion of the Fall Contract

i ;" its protection by the Congress and ;, and Ed Butler, that provision has pound Florida cabbage crates and Tournament at the Clewiston Inn

, the Engineering Corps. He then been made 'for 500 youngsters. Mrs. Clewiston golfers had a delightful marketed in Philadelphia. Monday night found only slight

: launched into the resume of work Gover C. Poole Mrs. Elbert Stewart time entertaining and beating the Increases reported in California of changes in the relative standingsfrom

. i done by the Congress during the bank and others have been assisting the Fort Myers players here last Sunday.A 16 percent and in Louisiana of 13 the previous week. Katherine

,", moratorium declared by the Presidentlast !committee this week to prepare for spirit of camaraderie and fellow- :percent; will not materially affect the I Lawler, paired with Jack Riviere

,', March, and explained the HomeOwners the big event.DIAMOND. ship is fostered by these inter-city situation, the crop In these states : finished just below average to drop

I Loan Corporation and its meets as is shown in the account appearing coming in after Texas. In the Nor- 80 points but Mark Lawler, leader

: benefits. It was through Mr. Peter- in the Fort Myers Press: folk district of Virginia and in South until the final night, dropped 200

son's efforts that benefits of this, cor- BALL "The Fort Myers Golf and 'Country Carolina, forecast is 7,500 tons for points to finish second in the final

poration were made,available to many I club team was beaten decisivelyby fall crop, compared with 5",400 tons standings. Katherine Deam and

,, home owners in Florida, as the original I the Clowiston aggregation last last year. Marguerite Alston again paired to

bill required that the homes be' LEAGUE CLOSES'HALF Sunday. The complete returns turnedin Report from Texas that acreage is I lead the East-West players for the

/ located in cities and counties which' at the end of the day's play show- double that harvested last year leaves I night, bringing Miss Deam homein

were not in default of bonds. Mr. SEASON ed a total of 18 points rung up for the plantings still about 15 percentless third place, Mrs.' Alston up from

Peterson introduced and put throughan "; Clewiston and only seven for Fort than planted last season. A devastating seventh to fifth. :McMakin dropped

amendment which removed this Myers. The players teamed togetherfor freeze last February reduced : from fourth to sixth Riviere movedup

requirement.The Final standings first half: -Fort ''Myers were"A. K. Mordue the acreage by over one-half, and one place.

Congressman explained the and Joe Sandberg, against Tom yield on the remainder was lig'ht.As Altho suffering heavy loss of

Agricultural Adjustment Act in' its Won Lost Pct. Starr, of the Royal Poinciana course a result, shipments were the points, the tremendous lead accumulated -

relation to farmers of Florida, particularly :- High School...............7 3.700 in West Palm Beach, who played for smallest since '1923, considerably less thru the early sessions con-

the phase of loans to grow- Kiwanis ........................6 4.600 Clewiston, and J. J. Harrington. than the average movement_ during firmed Bill Prewitt in first place

ers of citrus fruits. The part of the Engineers ....................5 5.500 Clewiston took two points in this recent years. North-South. His lead of 232

act which limited loans to fifty percent Sugars ..........................4 6 .400 match to none for Fort Myers. Bud Late reports from the Corpus points was the widest margin in the

0_ of the appraised value "for basic Firemen ........................4 6 .400 severalyears of tournament play
Wiltshire and Don Taylor against Christi section say lack of rain has
agricultural purposes" was released Motors .....:.....................4 6 .400 Tom Shelley and E, R. Fontaine. caused considerable damage to cab- here.. For the' second successive
i :Mr. Peterson's efforts which Two games and piece of inn- the Mae Drew-Bill Owen
r' through a an Clewiston received two points hereto bage and the total tonnage will be session
raised the amounts to Ing brought the first half of the had lead'over other
owners of team a huge
none, for Fort Myers. Fred Deal greatly reduced. In the Laredo-
t Florida land. The present rate of Clewiston .Diamondball-League to a and Harry Satchel, against E. 'P.. Winter Garden' area dry' weatheir"Is -North-South pairs, Owen adding,
: loans of this kind is $75,000 conclusion at confirm his positionin
: night Kiwanis to
per day Tuesday Shelley and Jack Barrett. Clewiston also causing'damage. Most of the crop some points '
1! + in Florida alone. Field. The school boys were trimmed second place. Mrs. Owen lost a
took all three points in this, match.H. there is irrigated and the rivers and
Quoting authentic statistics, :Mr. their third straight in the first game, G. Ukkleberg and A. G. ''Masek, wells are practically dry no rain of few but remained firmly entrenchedin

Peterson demonstrated the growth this time by the Engineers who won I against C. F. Goodman and J. W consequence having fallen for third place, while Jimmy Lofton
. of confidence in the business' and 7-4. dropped 225 in the final'averages to
/ Moran,. Clewiston taking all three months.
public life in the program of the On the mound for the slip from fourth to sixth. Three"Dills"
I points. Bill Gordon and the' Rev. R. I Latest advices from the coastal sections -
president and congress. "Business has Sugars in the second game, Bob P. Brennan, against E. B, Butler and of Texas, where 90 percent of two "Katherines" finishedin
definitely turned the corner," said Mitchell bore down the first seven, there may be
in the pinchestc A. Bestor Fort all
o H. Myers winning the crop is dry farmed, state that
Mr, Peterson, who cited the increase I hold the Firemen to in something in a name, after all.
one run three points in this match. Dick lack of rains and heavy winds have
In turnover in retail business, the six Entered too late to pualify for the
innings, while his teammates I McConnell and L. B. Elms, against dried up the fields. New York dealers
: ,resumption and increase of dividends coupled hits with errors to chalk up I Doctor White and Pete Wilson, Fort have received reports that in some prize competition, Irma and R. N.'
by corporations, the increased salesof nine. Errors let each team Smith maintained their previous
garner Myers taking two points here againstone sections growers,believe that the crop
automobiles, and the statementsof two runs without a hit in the last for Clewiston. Hugh Mauck and to, be harvested will be cut fully 50 high standard of play, finishing:
such eminent statisticians as Bab- inning, making the final second North-South in the night's
I score, Durwood Lynn, against Miss Bess percent on account of the dry weather
? son and Forbes.Mr. Junior Thomas drove in three runs Finn, of the Royal Poinciana course play. Mrs. Cahill and Bill Redel-

.' Peterson was in Clewiston on for the Sugars and starred in the at 'West Palm Beach, playing for sheimer, playing East-West, were

:' a personal inspection trip of the field with four hard chances. Clewiston, and Capt. F. Dean Duff. second, scoring 'the only successful '
federal lake project with a view to The piece of School of the evening.
an inning was the Clewiston captured the total pf the Sunday to slam
being well informed on this work turn at bat of the Sugars to continuea being
three possible points. E. J. Murphy While final 'computations were -
when he rteurns to Washington' game previously protested by the and E. E. Kelley, of; Clewiston, but Hold Xmas ProgramChristmas made, salad sandwiches and cof-
;. ".. December 26th. lie spent .:yesterdayon : Firemen because of '
an 'error in the playing for Fort Myers, against H.' fee were served to the contestants.
a trip which included various scoring, which showed the former i Hand and A. N. Jalant. Fort Myers Prizes were then presented by the
units of the work in Clewiston Moore Eve will the
winners, tho actually the game was a took two points against one for' see young- committee, to Bill Prewitt, a Kay-
: Haven and LaBelle. He showed sters of the Community Church Sun-
.f4 par- tie. The renewed contest didn't last II Clewiston. Mr. McKinstry and F. woodie pipe; to Bill Owen, a cocktail -
.d' tlcular interest in the Caloosahatchee day School looking for Santa Claus
r.:.' long. Durrance and Crochet walked, George, both of Clewiston, but play- set; to Mr. and Mrs Lawler
river of the project. at the scheduled to take
part moved up on Thomas' out. Crochet ing for Fort Myers, against F: I. Hill program toilet sets. The committee, Mrs.
The congressman was introducedto went to third when Durrance out all place at the church on Sunday nightat asked
I was I and M. W. Bigg. Clewiston took Downs, McMakin, Beardsley
Kiwanians by Jim Clements Fort 7:30. The regular service will be
at the plate on McLendon's roller, three points. The total points for suggestions for conduct of future
Myers attorney! who prefaced his I scored with the run necessary to win Fort Myers seven and for Clewiston, replaced for the night with a programof tournaments, proposed organization
remarks with a few humorous' stories. appropriate selections by. various
whenYoodward's hopper was thrown 18 of local enthusiasts. Mr. Owen for
Judge George W. Whitehurst, was I wild to first.Decisions individuals and classes, and the sing- appreciation -
the contestants, expressed
also a dinner guest of the club. Other Floyd Sparrow, manager 'of the ing by the assembly of old-time .
I in these games, Sugars Clewiston club, conducted a blind of the work of the committee.It
guests were Mayor F. Deane Duff, Christmas carols.Special .
winning two, Firemen losing two, bogie event in connection with a is probable duplicate play will resume -
E. B. Butler C. J. Lovvorn, GeorgeAper
{ brought both teams into a tie with the first week of January, all
sweepstake. The entrance list
and Beder Nail. Secretary Ar-
,:" :' I the Motors in"thel final standings. for this persons interested being asked to
thur W.. Lawrence presided. I I was composed of practicallyall Services at
I the players who participated in the

: .. Special Meeting of I N. R. S. Activity was Fort inter-city won Myers by'matches.and four two players The from blind, Clewiston.The two bogie from. St. Mary'sChurch I committeeP.T.

School Board Held The National, Reemployment .Service winners were, E. E. Kelley, Mr.; Elaborate preparations have been
: McKinstry, of Clewiston' made for the annual midnight servicein
and E. J.
continues to put men to work although .The Clewiston Parent-Teacher As-
: ,,' Murphy and Hugh Mauck Saint Margaret's Church. The local
of Fort
the local director W. P. Ar- in the
: sociation met Friday
A special school board meeting was Myers. The lucky number drawn choir will sing the beautiful "Missa
" ledgc, all the levee contractorsare was Mrs. B. A. Bourne .
' says auditorium.
.,.' held Friday night In LaBelle. E. L. 85. The sweepstake event was won byDic'le. de Augelis". (Mass of the Angels). school
not for work. It will Wallace as
yet ready Mrs. G. O.
who replaced
Stewart cashier of the Clewiston at
:; McConnell of Fort The services will begin 'promptly
Myers, witha
be the first of before all Mrs. Wallace -
January when
and'will president last fall
Bank, presented his plan for loaning Eve
"', .., gross score of 86 and a handicapof midnight on Christmas ,
their is assembled. resigned.
machinery moved to Pahokee,
: "r money for the purpose of paying the 18, making his net score for the include High Mass, Sermon and
:+ J school teachers and bus drivers. Mr. i From December 9th through the 18-hole round a 68. Solemn Benediction The altar and Mrs. H. R. Hall was elected president.To .

' ',.,:; Stewart's offer was accepted and 10th the NRS employed 25 men, 15 the little "Crib" will be beautifully fill the vacancy left by Mrs Hall,
j :' of those went to work for the state The players who tried out the Mrs. Grover Poole was elected vice-
..- $3,000 was borrowed. This is sufficient decorated. Father Finnegan issues a:
course but who did not take part in made chair
road department under the CWA. On president. Mrs. Poole was,
to pay all teachers in the county cordial Invitation everybody to
;. ; l ;,,, one full months salary and also relieve Monday of this week 10 more men the matches were: Miss Laurabelle attend the service.. man of the program committee. Re-
\,;:.'< .;Ll, the bus drivers some. were furnished employment, 5 wentto Blackburn, Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, freshments were served by the Home
: ,, '.r .,' the CWA and' 5 were used Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. D. Duff, Election of officers took place at Economics department under the
"' in. Mrs. Jackson Sells, D. G. Alston, H. The dainty
? of Miss Green.
', Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Norman; administrative and supervisory caaclties. the recent meeting of the Masonic supervision
R. Hall W. C. Owen
" Dr. J. W. Ezelle caused much favorable
':.7} C. Storey, have received Christmas : Order at their hall in Moore Haven. sandwiches
W. N. Redelsheimer and L. C. Rosen-
; : greetings from Leeds, England. Henry I Our local postmaster, Art Lawrence, comment.The .
'':. : Storey, well remembered as the Greene's Dry Goods store swarmed I retired as Master; his place was filled organization Is in good fin-

first graduate of Clewiston high with little folks Monday and Tues- After supper was served, Capt. 'F. by S. C. Stalls. R. Boe was elect- ancial condition. The new officers

school is in college in England. The day afternoons.. Santa Claus was Dean Duff: of Clewiston, spoke in ed Senior Warden; Ed B. Butler plan to stress friendliness In their'

older son, Norman, was married In there to hear all their requests, timorously behalf of his city and formally welcomed Clewiston's genial constable, was meetings and are going to .put on a

October and is living in New York : voiced; for Santa Claus in 'the Fort Myers visitors. Joe elected Junior Warden; S. J, Yoder, drive, to enroll every parent as a

; where he. Is!; employetbr; the Hotel person is more awe Inspiring than I Sandberg, as acting captain o f thQ Treasurer, and V, y, Mason? ,. Secre member, beginning with; tie ne-vv.

''- Taft. Just picture of him, (Continued on page 8)) tary. year.



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know that It Is* murder and a delib- I SIR CECIL HURST I!

News Review ,of Current I erate and definite disobedience of the I PROHIBITION ERA

commandment, 'thou shalt not kill.'

I We do not excuse those In high placesor COMES TO AN END .

In low who condone lynch law." I. ,
'- Events the World Over

CoL Charles A. Lindbergh ".".
WHEN Repeal Is Proclaimed and
out to do something In the '

way of aviation,. he does It competently Liquor Flow?. ,' : ".

National Prohibition Passes ,Out and Foreign Liquor panied, and skilfully ably assisted and neatly.by Mrs.\ Accom-: Lind- Washington.-The prohibition. ., In .

o nes'In-Jo'hnson Put in Control of AAA Codes- ., bergh, he piloted his big monoplane the United States history Is_,closed.It ,_ I
the southern Atlantic from Mjg -
across ,
1g had existed for fourteen years, f "f.

,:' Will ,Budget Director Douglas Resign? Bathurst, Gambia, Africa, to Natal, five months and five 'days: and Its'end .' r
: Brazil making the 1,875 miles In 1C
came when a convention of Utah dele- '
'.,' hours and 10 minutes and landing ; gates made their- commonwealth the

By EDWARD W. PICKARD smoothly in the Natal' harbor, where A1i thirty-sixth in the Union to ratify-the '
the entire population of the' city was
Twenty-lirst amendment. z
prohibition went into Wallace. The money will be raised by gathered to welcome them. Throughthe ,
NATIONAL This amendment, submitted to' the
l on December 5. State processing taxes .which the consumer long flight Mrs. Lindbergh at the
I : states last February 20' by the last .
conventions In Pennsylvania, Ohio and will pay and will go to farmers who sign wireless Instrument kept in constant "lame duck" congress in the nation's .
Utah ratified the ,repeal! amendment agreements to reduce their average of communication with Rio de Janeiro.
history, was ratified in the nearrecord :.
on mat day, making: corn and production of hogs In 1934.
and time .of nine months and sixteen, days.
the necessary thirtysix Benefit payments on corn, under the considerable ceremony '
WITH Lowering of bars to importation .. ',
immediatelyon at' display the seventh Pan-
and : program, will be the rate of 30 j'1 S
4 completed when the temporary ,.:, .
American conference was opened in liquor was :
a being notified by cents a bushel for each' bushel the -

'}a tyi..o telegraph, PresI dentRoosevelt farmer agrees to withhold from production -, Montevideo, Uruguay, 'to continue, Import committee assigned ."
probably three weeks. quotas and issued!; permits to Importing. .,
and Acting In 1034. The payment will be
Its deliberations are a firms.; It was estimated the initial ..
Secretary of State based on the average yield of the : '
William Phillips Is- contracted acreage during the previous managed by' EnriqueE. r G 4 d c r quotas aggregated between 4,000,000' 0 .

sued proclama t Ion s five-year period. One-half the paymentwill Buero as secretary- b and 5,000.000 gallons of hard liquors ,"":..

that the Eighteenth be made to the farmer as soon general. lIe is one of and wines. .'

amendment was no as his contract has been approved, Uruguay's most prom. The end of the nation's experiment ." ,

longer a part of the the other half when he has fulfilledthe inent young'dlploma'tgand wtih prohibition was officially 'proclaimed Y.

Constitution. ,In twen- terms of the agreementIn was summonedfrom Sir Cecil Hurst of, Great Britain is by Acting Secretary of State ..

Joseph H. ty-four of the forty- return for the farmers' agree-, his post as minister the newly elected president of the Per- Phillips after Utah became the thirty-

Choate, Jr. eight stafes the manu-' ment to curtail hog production the to Germany to manent Court International Justice sixth state to ratify the Twenty-first'

facture and sale of liquor now is or government will pay $5 a head on 75 this duty' In the conference at The Hague Holland. He will hold repeal amendment '

laws un- cent of the office for two hour later President Roosevelt 'f ,
soon will be legal The state per the average number of ,_ years. An .
der which It can be sold vary from hogs marketed. or to be marketed from E. E. Buero In ms speech inaugurating Issued a proclamation announcing the -

those providing "wide open" saloons, litters farrowed by the producers'sows the ses- passing of Constitutional prohibition .

in Nevada to a strict system of dis- In the last two years. sions President Gabriel Terra of, PLEA OF GUILTY BY and calling upon all citizens to,confine .

pensing hard liquor In Montana only Uruguay demanded 'the "scaling downIn HACKETT'S KIDNAPERJones purchases of alcoholic beverages to

through state-owned stores, one In PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, returned all American countries of customs duly licensed dealers, a plea that was, ..

every county. Most\ widely enacted of from his two weeks In Warm tariffs which President Roosevelt justly in effect, an appeal to eliminate ,the :' '

the laws Is one providing 'for servingof Springs and plunged at once into the termed unsound, fatal and direct to Help State Against. bootlegger from the nation. The,Pres _' t

hard liquor only with meals.: work of solving the various financial originators of world economic disas- Two Other Men. ident' also appealed to states not to '. ,

Governmental l agencies In Washington problems confronting his ,administration. ter." He referred to Mr. Roosevelt's permit return 'of the old-fashioned sa '- 1

were swamped with preparatory Most immediate of these was Indictment of the Hawley-Smoot tariff loon. He said in conclusion; ..: j y

measures, to deal with the Importation' the refinancing of government obliga- measure and retaliatory acts "to which Chicago.-Julius Augustus 'Jones of "The policy of the government will '

of foreign liquors, many huge cargoesof tions, amounting to about $727,000,000 other nations were forced." St. Charles pleaded guilty before Judge be to, see. to It that the social and political -,: .

which were waiting for entry; and maturing the middle of the month. Thomas J. Lynch in the Criminal courton evils that have existed in .the [ '

restrictions This matter and came suddenly .to .Alexan charges of twice .kidnaping James not'b '..
with the federal neces- was easily speedily DEATII pre-prohibition era shall revived ,
sary to protect the states that remain settled when an'entire block of $950.- president of the Inter- Hackett, Blue Island gambler, for to- nor'permitted again to exist We : "

dry. Joseph H. Choate, Jr., of New 000,000 of treasury certificates wassold' national Harvester company ,and one tal ransom of $70,500. Jones persistedin must remove forever from cur midst: '::

York, son of the famous lawyer and in one day. The fact that It was of the country's leading Industrialists, !I the, plea i in the face of a court warning the menace of the bootlegger and such ,
heavily oversubscribed In his suburban home near, Chicago.He that the death penalty might be im- .;. J
statesman,. had been appointed director was consideredIn others as would profit at the'expense
of the federal alcohol control administration -- administration circles to be a was almost sixty-eight years of age pos'd, for-the crime. of ,good government, law and order. .}, ,

and he arrived in the marked victory for the New Deal eco and apparently had been In good Evidence will be heard and Jones -'I trust In the good sense of the- .".

capital to take up his duties. Mr. nomics. health. will be sentenced on January 15. The American people that they will 'not:" j

Choate halted the Issuance of import There was no cessation of the con Mr. Legge was the first chairman of plea of guilty was entered after As- bring upon themselves the curse of ',..
permits until a few hours before re-. troversy over thePresident's monetary the federal farm board, under Presi- sistant State's Attorney Mal Coghlanhad ercessive use of Intoxicating' liquors, '

peal became an accomplished fact, and policy; and the arguments on both'.sides dent Hoover, giving up his $100,000 revealed that Jones will testify lo the detriment of health, morals and 1.

In the meantime officials checked the grew more bitter, though Mr. Roosevelt post with the Harvester company' in for the state against two codefendants social integrity. .
the of 1929 to accept the 12. :
himself maintained summer 'Gale' Swolley of Peoria and
financial standing of importers and silence. Financial I
"The 'seek through
For objective we a ;i\
worked out quotas for foreign coun- interests have been considerably 000-a-year government Frank B. Souder of Benton. : .
20 months be devoted himself to' farm ,national policy Is the education of every v,
tries.It annoyed by the fact that, the severe Swolley and Souder were granted a citizen towards temperance ...
his a greater .
relief experiments, standing groundin ,
federal securities act has checked motion Defense Attorney -
was understood. that between four the severance on .
the face of widespread criticism. throughout the nation. "
and five million gallons of foreign movement ,of capital ,into legitimate James M. Burke, and their trial
Then he'resigned and returned to his' Strictest supervision of the liquor. '.,-.
spirits and wineswould be allowed channels, and they were cheered up by was set for 'January 8. The trial wa!: :
former .place. rectifying industry, which will produce ',':
entry during December, and January, Senator Fletcher's statement that Pres- continued until the first of the yearin
By the gift of $400,000 some time post of the country's postrepealwh'ist "
and that, if the demand were greater ident Roosevelt wants the act amended order that a jury might not be
prior to his ,death and of $500,000 in ky by blending aged liquor and alcohol, .... I .
than the supply, the quantity mightbe to correct this fault without dimInishIng locked up over the holiday season. : r
his will, Mr. Legge brought to com was urged as, hearing opened on the '' )
Increased in order to discourag'ebootlegging. the protection of the investing pub- Swolley, Souder, and Jones, with .
pletion months of work to perfect a rectifying code. This was' one ,of the, \.!
The government sought ic. Mr. Fletcher, who Is 'chairman of three other men who have not been ::.
philanthropic organization to be knownas last liquor codes to be considered by' ) ,
to prevent a flood of foreign liquor the: senate banking committee, said I the Farm Foundation It was made apprehended, are reputed to have collected officials who virtually completed plans. t. .J
from swamping the American marketto Mr. Roosevelt's attitude had been a total of $500,000 through a "
I known Frank' O. Lowden, former, I V'
by for regulation of liquor for the interim .' \
the ,detriment, of domestic producers brought to him by Acting Secretary, of dozen kidnapings in the last three ', '
go\'ernor of Illinois and chairman '
; until adopts permanent legis- ji .
congress ,
Morgenthau of the treasury. In this, the foundation. years. Jack Klutas, Edward La Rue tl
latlon. :
Codes for the distillers and connection he said the President had
importers developing whose and Edward Wagner are other mem .
In his project, i
issued ian .
already were In effect, and those not asked the banking committee to funds and activities will be devoted' bers of the gang sought by the police. Attorney Cummings ,

for the brewers the rectifiers and recommend legislation to curtail the to the improvement "the social, cultural Jones and Souder are alleged to Justice's order changing the unit"to'Department"of'the alco- *, -< '. ,
blenders and the wine growers were stock exchange operations. and economic.conditions of rural have been members of the pang that .
being completed.: When congress meets life," Mr. Lowden disclosed Mr. Legge seized Hackett on May 1, 1931, and holic beverage unit. This unit will -. .. -'

In January one of'thefirst matters to' HOW long Budget Director Lewis I enlisted as trustees a group of twenty obtained $75.000 for his release. These take over' activities of the prohibition '. '. '
L bureau of the division 'of : .
be taken up will be legislation to In- will continue to hold industrialists, educators, capitalistsand two and Swolley are said to have aided investigation. .

crease the taxes on liquor and for his job Is a question that Interests farm leaders from, all parts of In the second kidnaping of the gambleron : ('

permanent control of the traffic. observers In Washington.. He has the countl.y.WITH May 27 1933. Hackett' won his Alexander Legge Dies ; :, :' ;

worried over toe expansion release 'on this occasion by paying
His Home ,
Suddenly at "-. '; ;
SECRETARY of Agriculture Wallace of emergency experience as a delegate $1,500 and promising further paymentof ,y '.
George Peek of the obligations of the the disarmament conferenceat $10,000, which was never made.. Chicago.-Alexander Legge, 'sixty- "' ": '

agricultural adjustment administration :government;: and has Geneva clearly In mind. Secretary seven, a farm boy who became press'f :; r
warned against dent ,of the International Harvester" f
disagreeing radically concerning any of the -Navy Swanson In ,his annual From "
further Increase, but Lindberghs Fly company, died suddenly at his subur- -. 1\
authority and
fr report urges: that. the
ods, laid their meth-I ? almost certainly his United States abandon" Africa to Natal, Brazil ban home In Hinsdale.. f. ,
warning will not be who took pride In know '
j Mr.
Legge, I'
before Pre leadership in the dis- Natal, Braz :-Col. Charles A. Lind- I ..
M [ heeded when dirt farmers personally- :A.' .
Ing ,
a Roosevelt, with the, re- armament movement"by bergh and his wife, the former Anne_ many: : : \ # {
sult meets.. signed his $100,000-a-year position ;,1Vlth' .
powersof example" and pro- Morrow, alighted on the harbor. here ;
the Mr. Douglas thinks the harvester company to accept a :. \
AAA were r ceed as soon as possible after flying from Bathurst .Gambia, .
that the 'entire budewia first chairman of.the 't'
$12,000 job as .
sharply curtailed, partof to build Its navy -- fA Africa, 1,875 miles'ay, in 16 hours :
its code work get, including both federal farm board at the request of r
being L Douglas up to full treaty 10 minutes. It was the longest over-
transferred to the Na- general'and' emergency strength. He says our of their aerial President Hoover in 1929. For twenty. .' ,s":: ... t '.
tional Recovery ad- funds, may be brought Into bal- water flight survey months he labored to build up a farm- ,; ., :,:':
concessions In the past at New York last .' .
tour which began ',
'ance toward the end of the fiscal'ear' marketing '; ';, ;
F v ministration. ercontrolledcooperative '.. ;
Stephen have been "dangerous ,.
has taken them to '
July 0) greenland '
-r. Early one"of the 1035 if no further emergency system and after getting the organi- ';! :1 <. ; '
N. extra vagance" and Iceland, and countries in : ; "
funds ... many : :
P rEO s fipnt'O! secreta-: are authorized after the $3,300- that Is' ''-'' :- ---'''' zation Into operation resigned In 1931 :'
- jeopar-
000,000 public works fund and the peace Europe, and to ,Africa. : : '
his of the zx'
Secretary to resume post as president "
George Peek, this state- dized by our weak- '
The whole population of Natal, ,Its :
less than 'a billion left In the RFC :
Swanson Harvester organization. t
ment : ened condition "be- '' great' "
fund are used up. He thinks these stores and offices closed for the fiesta .
time MK: vice
"Following a conference with Secre- In war Leggewas !"
funds should be sufficient for cause balanced armaments fortify di- of welcome, Its streets decorated, 'r ''';
emer- ,
tary Wallace, George Peek, and Gen- plomacy." chairman of the war industries board, > I .

eral Johnson, the'President authorized gency. purposes. The report showed Japan will have packed the waterfront. taking charge of Industrial mobilization f-. ;;'_ j'
the Others In the administration, in- of the allied :. ._ '
statement, that, for the purposeof Its full treaty.strength of 183 vessels ,. and 'became manager '
cluding the President have different'ideas. :
: f:
co-ordination, all codes under the .. Secretary of the Interior Ickes with a total tonnage: of 775,370 when Supreme Court Orders'Extradition purchasing commission. .

NRA, including those under negotiations expects to ask for an Increase of as the treaty expires December 31, 1936, of Factor'Washington. ..' }' .; .
by the AAA, will be turned over much $1,700,000,000 in whereas the .United States will have Wilkins Expedition
as the public
to the The United States
administrator of the :NRA"Mr -
only 113 under-age vessels with a to- '
works fund. 'The ,
Peek was especially annoyed by want $1,000,000,000 or more.probably The will tal tonnage of: 988,520.: Under the Supreme court approved the extradition -, Heads for Antarctic ,, ; .
press conference statements new of John (Jake the Barber) Fac- Zealand.-The expedf- '. '
by' Secre civil works administration will run treaty, the report said, the United Dunedin "

tary Wallace, which were interpreted out of money in the middle of the States could construct ninety-six more tor from Chicago to Great Britain to I I tion of Sir Hubert Wilkins, Lincoln as ;, co,' ;

among officials as supporting Prof. Rex winter: and the President already lias ships with 157,280 tons displacementThe stand trial there for participation In Ellsworth and Bernt Balchen set sail

Tugwell, assistant"secretary of agriculture expressed the hope that additional British empire, according to a stock swindling, scheme, the proceedsof I for the Antarctic. Their first destination Y ; "

and the liberai' -group allied funds will be forthcoming from congress the secretary, will have 161_vessels which have been estimated as highas is the bay of Whales. ", ., .-

with him, Chief of those liberal asso- its allotments have come thus with 999,398 tons displacement at the, eight million dollars. Aboard the Wyatt Earp was Balch- '
ciates of Tugwell are Jerome Frank date permitting It to The court's decision Is the climax to overhauled .: .
far from both the public works funds same buildsixtyfour en's monoplane, completely t: '
counsel for AA4; and Frederick Howe" and the relief, fund .of the RFC. ships with a displacement of 197- a legal battle 'of many months: The during the stay here: In which he was ",
consumers, counsel for AAA. against Factor Is that -
-- 607 tons. specific charge confident of making a successful exploring :

Wallace, In his press conference, PRESIDENT Roosevelt, addressing Japan was highly displeased by Secretary he received !453,500 from'the Broad flight over the Weddell sea.' '

questioned the'effectiveness of the the Federal Council of Churches Swanson's approval of the pres- Street Press of London, knowing the
marketing agreements and codes in the ent treaty ratios for. navies. The money to have been fraudulently ob-
of Christ in America
took occasion
to i
agricultural relief program. He suggested condemn severely all those' Who con- spokesman for the naval office In Tokio tained. Girl Who Trapped Kellys

the major necessity In farm relief done lynchings, and his remarks were declared that Japan Is thoroughly dissatisfied Sues for $15,000 Reward
was strict' restriction of crop pro with her present allotments
Medal Is
Interpreted especially as a sharp re- Mark to collect '
duction. Peek has throughout Oklahoma City, Okla.- -
emphasized under the 5-5-3 'ratIo and Is determinedto
buke for Governor '
marketing; agreements rather the Rolph of California'who demand an upward revision of Ja Given' to Mr. Roosevelt for thirteen-year-old Geraldine ,
approved actions of the mob Arnold the reward ''offered In' ':
than crop control methods. that hanged two kidnapers and pan's quota when the naval powers Washington. President' Rooseveltwas $15,000
connection with the Charles F. Urschel
to consider extension of the
derers at San Jose. presented with the Mark Twain "
LATEST of the farm relief expe I- "This new generation" said Mr. Washington and London, treaties. medal of the International Mark Twain kidnaping, by Oklahoma City residents ; "

a $350,000,000"campaign to Roosevelt, "is not content ,with preach Only a few days before the_Japanese society, and told the donor that his for the capture of; George (Machine -

control the production of corn and ings against that vile form of collec- cabinet had approved the navy's .replenishment campaign slogan, "The 'New Deal," Gun) Kelly and his wife, Kathryn:v_..
hogs by paying federal bounties to the program calling for about was filed here. Charles F. Colcord,
tive murder-lynch law-which has came from Twain's book, "A Connecticut -
producers $245,000,000 for the next three who headed the committee offering the
was launched by Secretary broken, years. '' Arthur's.
out In our midst anew. We 'Yankee at Ivlng Court
1933, Western Newspaper Union. reward, was named defendant: !

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i I Queen Anne Lace I Love World and Garden Poverty Spots Renew Your Health

I Disrobing the Great by Purification

t By'; Frances '. parioos .uKeyes I It .. .1933. .Bell. Syndlcate.-WNU. . _.'Service.. i \ Any physician will tell you that

'By ED HOWEI "Perfect Purification of the System
= .z. is Nature's Foundation of Perfect
'> = .
----- = HEAR a lot of love stories. In addltion "
Health. Why not rid yourself of
t i Frances Parkinson Keyes r "WNU. ,Service. : .. ,( to those hurling themselvesat chronic ailments that are undermining -

. .it = pie: from: nearby others get into the your vitality? Purify your entire -

nimmiiiimimiiiiiimiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiii I ]iiiimmmimmmmmmimmmitmiimmi l l 1 1 1 1 1 .l l l,l iiiiiimimmmmmiiimmiimimmiiiiirc newspapers, magazines and books, system by taking a thorough
and every library Is full of such re- course of Calotabs-once or twice a
PROLOGUE. a, moment she sat with her head bent, President ''now.. the folds of her cloak week for several
citals hundreds of years old. So see how
q her drooping, hat with its delicate falling softly about her slim form, her' Nature rewards with health.
... -l,- I'm as tired of the love story as I am you
:. plumes concealing her face "She Is earnest eyes fixed on his face, as they
Clarence IJathaway, ,who,. as everyone of the poverty story. We are all poor, Calotabs purify the blood, by activating
[ praying Hathaway said to himself, had been In the senate chamber. He the liver kidneys stomach and
knew, was to be the next ambassador and all of us have been shamefully In
choking a' 'little Then she looked up, had taken the oath the Justice had bowels. Trial package,'10 cts. Fami-
f' to Great Britain if the President love but should we not be quieter
f and across the chamber, meeting the 'stepped nacn, and, the President had i package, 35 cts. All dealers.(Adv.)
President about
elect had his way and the such misfortunes, Instead of
President's seemed to steady her begun his speech Gradually, a: greater
r eyes;
;. elect was accustomed Da.lng.nis' making moving pictures of them?
self and putting her arms around her earnestness, a greater power, crept
. ( way-emerged from the Impressive ; The unfortunate, In their love and
t children rose with them to accept the Into his words ; 'his strangely) youth. Beware the Cough
and stood or
i doorway of his residence financial affairs, have not only brokenmy
tribute of applause which rocked the ful!, vibrant face became beautified, It
i for a moment:'before he signified i ,his heart, but are boring me to death.
"room. Not until she raised her tin-* glowed'as If from some Inner light ; Cold that Hangs On
:: consciousness that a gleaming His ( *
5 gloved : hand, with a gentle gesture the impassioned eloquence \ hich had
1 : pana Suiza waited before him a chauffeur > In motoring, I note that \\herK-we Persistent coughs and colds lead,to
which at one'and the same time acknowledged first. made him,famous had' never beenso
In maroon livery at the wheel a stop for gasoline, the attendant tellsus serious!\ trouble.You can stop them now
and checked the outburst, lilniben't before. He was;speaking .
footman attired his of '..ith Crcomulsion,an emulsified
similarly holding open town is in the Garden Spot creosote
I '. the door did the tumult lessen. Then she gathered -' -;abduf> America. ab abut her heritage, 'theV 'rld. 'A little rougher country that is pleasant to take. Crcomulsion is a

the folds of her cloak around her, .abput'her future, 'her place on new medical
: discovery with twofold
It was a perfect spring morn'ing.From beyond; he will admit, but his sectionIs action
and with complete earth. it soothes and heals the
composure, grace l" inflamed
1 the marble balcony on the sec t"Lord perfect. I have long lived in
and reseated herself. '." 'exclaimed membranes and inhibits .
dignity, Almighty 'a: stout germ growth.Of
ond story an American flag .fle v stiff a section of the West we call the
"Neal told me that:: when he took'his person, sitti gibeside'Hathaiay,. "I've, all known drugs,creosote is recognized
In the breeze and shone !n' the sun. :'" } Garden Spot of the World ; I'd like
i oath of office as senator," Hathaway always patriotic, but no one ever by high medical authorities as one
I. Gravely, Hathaway saluted,;; thVchauf- beep; to take: you over it. It is really very of the greatest healing agencies for
In a voice that shook me"f el'thls bout per.
whispered, made
way I
-, feur and footman shakep from their beautiful, very fertile ; the residents sistent coughs and colds and other formsof
S : stiff., correctness faced the American "he was almost overcome, when he before. I'll say we're going to have a very worthy people. Everybody In throat troubles.Creomulsion contains,

;, flag and saluted In their turn : Hatha.1 looked up and saw Anne sitting in the- great President-one of the greatest.He the United States lives in the Garden in addition to creosote,other healing elements

J, ;;: .J:; way:turning to"them smiling. gallery and-and found he couldgo talks about the United States as Spot of the World. Will we let sucha which soothe and heal the infected .
wr on, after all. After that, he never If It were. real a a-a membranes and the irritation
;\ "4., fine day for the President, JarvIs person woman. country go to the bow wows unnec- stop and inflammation
came into the chamber'wlthout Instinctively Like a man might talk about some one ,while the creosote on to
; ;:.f. f' -a great day for all of us 1" essarily We are not making the ef-
*fov looking up to see if she were he was in love withHathaway the stomach,is absorbed into the blood,
fort should to it from the
"Yes, Indeed sir ; Squires and I "ave we save
here. He did it today-did and attacks the seat of the trouble.
you no- turned towards him.
', :_ been remarking it" : present effort. of the politicians to
.. .. tice? No woman ever had such "It Is real he said "to the resi. guaranteed satisfactory
; "The Shoreham :;Jarvls. We're' ruin it. in the of
: stopping a. tribute in ,the senate before. I won- dent.' treatment persistent coughs and
S *
t S. J' .: there for the attorney general l lI colds, bronchial asthma, bronchitis, and
I \ designate and his mother, and Governor der whether any ever will again"His real to you and me. You're right A thing I have noticed all: my life' is excellent for building up the system

and Mrs.*,Hlldreth.:. companions vifere'dnly half'Jls-j he's making. ,a, great" speech, one that Is that great men 'do not amount to after colds or flu. Your own druggist is
I ;' ", tening to him. It did not matter. Th'President's will li\e.:. And the person": 'whomade, of authorized to refund the
: ." >.: Yes, sir." very much more than the rest us. your money on
,;, speech was the next thing 'all. that real to him Is his wife.".' I have lived in many communities spot if your cough or cold is not'relieved -

,.' :.. The dignitaries In question were'the already "Lord Almighty !" exclaimed the ,, with noted persons, and, after' their by Creomulsion. (adv.)
standing on the steps of
Shoreham as the Hispana Suiza slid y I.. stout person. "You don't, say SOK! Washington robes have been replaced

,' -IF/ ,He laid a detaining hand on .Hathaway's with the usual rags, we have said of
to a silent stop In front of the hotel.t' ...
'' sleeve. them : "You wouldn't think that man
: ;"..t'Hathaway and them
.alighted greeted '
: .. in turn. : .' .J -" "I don't want to keep you, of course," had been In congress, would you?"
; .
he said apologetically, "but I want *
r" ': "Good 'morning Mrs. Griffin. Well
you should tell me just a word, before Judging from what I see in the pa-
bow does it feel to be the mother of
l .:' cabinet .member? at' you 'go, about:-about his. wjfe. .You pers, It is quite a job to leave a wIfe.
", Mabelf you look said-" I wonder so many men risk It (although IRRITATION
.' as fresh' as a >sfay'rnornfng. What ,a
t' Hathaway smiled, and shook his lately I note judges'and Juriesare
i' day! Made In Anne would
say-bless :Iier. heart !" r + w head. But he stopped for a moment treatIngmen rather more leniently. -
before he moved away, the crowd clos- One man was treated almost Justly -

1/ "I"wonder how she Is this' morning?" ing in,bn him as he went. in a recent alimony suit, althoughIt Relieve all dryness and

The -nV attorney,.general l spoke with must be admitted the defendant irritation by applying
slight ,h: 'couldn't tell you about her in a Mentholatiim night
week he said. "I couldn't himself was a United States judge ;
J 1 tell you If and morning.
;' -j "Oh, she's finely," announced Mabel s I e I stayed here all day, trying. Nobody that. makes a difference). '

,. Hlldreth.\ settling herself comfortably It occasionally happens that the
could tell the real story, as It oughtto
: in the corner of the car. I Both the men can out talk the women !In these
be told about the
part a woman
liiL .' governor and his wife bore unmistakable has in her husband's career, from very dreadful affairs, but, In a recent case,
\\f'{ signs of long-continued rural the wife of a pastor is easily the
humble hard
beginning through long ,
prosperity, over which a sligh veneer 1I 'drab; uneventful years, and on to ulti- peer of her .husband, presumably a 0. .,.... ...' : .. .. ...'".... r<: ..d."'. ". ,. .

: of recent official importance lay: some mate supremacy It's a part very' dif- trained orator. Her statements in ,' : "

." what insecurely ; bu there was some- ferent from what's popularly .sup- print are like magazine articles. She :.' ,

.'., : ; thing very !likable about their rather ':q'' posed, a part not only misunderstood, charges her husband with habitual

I, round and florid faces, and Mrs.' HII.I but underestimated. Nobody could do drunkenness; with cursing their ifJ E Hi:

; dreth retained traces of .a girlish :such a story justice, though dozens of young lady daughter and her friends ':

bloom which though somewhat faded Taken able biographies, will be written about (all very tough) ; with visiting the
He Had the Oath
,:' must once. have been very lovely. the President;' but somebody ought to home of his bishop, and being reprI-

I ." 'f"l haven't heard what' she was to that mattered ; and after a long time- try. Not only because then the American manded by the bishop's wife for act- -Each package of St.Joseph

'\Vear." iraterpose1' Mrsl ; Ing In a vulgar manner in presenceof Aspirin is carefully wrappedin
: Griffinue.agerly 'an eternity it seemed to Hathaway people might appreciate-partly at
'! "Why, lace of course Venetian suddenly, the senate was adjourned, least-their President's wife. But also her children. moisture-proof; cello.

: point, so old that, It's: fawn-color, combined -, 1 and the occupants of the galleries, hur- because hundreds of women, who are The pastor, In, court, when his wife phane. This preserves the

: with',tan georgette and silkj this rying to'the doors, were rushing longing to. help their husbands, but testified that she bought his wedding original purity and full

morning. Rose-point -and; 'white satin I through the corridors and down the feeling that they are failing to do so, suit, and fed him, before marriage, strength of each tablet.St. .

this evening. Noel wouldn't' 'hear of staircases. Steering his charges towardsthe would find consolation and'encouragement called out: "It's a lie." His conduct Joseph Aspirin is always

anything less." stage, temporarily erected over the in the story of Anne Chamberlain. has been weak all through his quar- fresh and fully effective.

The car,swung around the Treasury east steps'of the Capitol, where the ." rel with his terribly capable wife; .'

building, and sped down/.the cleared President was to take his oath and "Why don't you write the story yourself easily the heroine ,of the past two World's Largest Seller at 10c

width of Pennsylvania avenue bankedon make his address, he turned them over ?" persisted the westerner. "Or, weeks. ASK FOR IT BY NAME *
either side with good-natured to officer with '"lnstrQctions' The men say that quarrels between
orderly an hasty If you can't do It yourself-I presume
crowds. 'At the Capitol the host that Mrs. ,Griffin should be taken to you're a busy man-why don't you find 'husband and wife become so bitter

., :.i{ as he guided his guests through the her place behind her son, and Mrs. some one else who will? Some one that the most truthful wives tell -

revolving door, issued a few directions. Hlldreth her place beside her hus you could trust to make a try at it, shocking falsehoods, and believe them.

';::JJ band. Then he directed his own stepsto anyways. Lord Almighty, man Don't Women are more truthful'than men,
rule but in 'quarrels with hus-
, "You fellow Join your. respective the open space directly In front of S fade away from me like that!" as a ,
colleagues now bands, the men say (arid I say) wom-
in the waftIng rooms- the platform which had been ropedoff 1 For the westerner found that he was

you're for the floor of the senate, as for the specially Invited guests who speaking to the crowd in general, and en winds.throw''When truth a and woman discretion talks to to the me BELIEVE ECZEMADon't

of course you know. I'll take the had been In the senate chamber, but not to one person in particular. He '

.,!: ; : ladies, ,to the gallery, see them safelyto who did not have seats on the stage. was also being looked at curiously, and about the men (especially her hus- suffer needlessly. Stop the

. the' platform -where ..theyU..r: .joi.n The platform was crowded, and the he himself looked about In some bewilderment band) I believe her no more than I itching and induce healing-begin
he talks of the
you after the exercises In the chamber sun"shone .full'upon It ; a shaft of this lie had an engagement. believe a man when
the ducks he shoots
fish he catches, ,
and then fipd them after the Pres. fell If straight from' heaven
as upon "Just' the same," he said to himself, of his outrages. Resinol
oO Ident's address and look out for them the President's lifted face, as he as he scurried, panting, across the or *

during the parade. See you again for emerged from the mass behind him
park "I hope I put an idea Into that A smart woman I know Is greatly
"l luncheonat.theVhlte '' revealed
House ) and stood between the white
slick-looking fellow's head and I be-
burdened by the care of a very old and
The dingy old cbamber'VIlS' filling columns, beside the black-robed jus- AGENTS, CHCKCIIES, LODGES
lieve I did. I believe he heard
me very foolish relative. "I !have been Sell!' household product. 150% profit Send
fast'-as' ,:Hathaway and the two ladies tice. after all. I believe he'll get somebodyto studying the faults of the old" she lOe for trial order. J. G. MOBA.CO.., 233

took their'places' in' ,the,, gallery. The Hathaway looked up at the lady In write that story !I" said, "and have already discovered N. Front st., I'luln, 1'a.

t gavel descended. The Democratic senator9lsllrged fawn-color. She was very close to the (TO BE CONTINUED.) features.No .
1 ; i forty, with no compensating
across the ;afsle. ;gnd took' one above seventy-five Is at all

their places on the east'si'de ,of the I '. ." '. .' '. __ Do lack PEP ?
:-r / / /-';- :-r// / /-';-/ / / / / -:--:--:- / :-r---- :-r agreeable, or knows anything. you

,: :Chamber i ,, .with .,the Republican Senators *
Aro you all in, tired and run down?
and the :senators=el/jct he visit-
; There are so many dangers In life
,,", v Ing governors and the cabinet memo Scientific Discoveries More or that only a coward lives to achieve

.". 'bets-designate.' Mabel, IIildr! (>lh. as- Less Importance to World's ProgressNew bravery. 1UJM1ERSMl11lS

; sisted :by: Hathaway, df >!ovcr d her *

.., husband; Mrs. Griffin without 'assist- I have heard it said women never IIJ TONIC
': ranging 15-Inch telescope they determined the
scientific knowledge
'nee rstoY'' ', '
; red.her'sgn. other Imposeon
each as they
impose on Will rid of
of 700 you
roosters to the brightness and colors stars.
from crowing baby
The speaker of the house knd the x men. I know a woman 'who
skeins of the Milky .Way, was These observations, they reported, RIBA
President-elect glowing fill AlL II
Vice were, :in turn, escorted went to visit a girl friend 'twenty
of confirm the existence of a layer of ab-
: to seats beside the Vice PresI reported to the National Academy, years ago, and Is there yet; no wife, Chills,
sorbent material In the stellar system and build you up.Used lor 65 years for
t dent. The applause which, though Sciences at Its annual meeting-held recently I mother-in-law, sister, daughter, aunt, Fever,Malaria and

7' ', technically forbidden had rung out In Washington, says the United I extending along the central plane of or other lady kin, ever displayed an A General Tonic'
the Milky. .\ The dust for the first
t again and again unchecked, was quickly Press. equally Impudent case of Impositionon SOc and $1.00 At All Druggist
voluntarily bushed ; then It resounded Two Chicago university scientists, few hundred light years, they found, a man.

again, echoing and re-echoing.rt L. V. Domm and U. B. Vandjke detailed was unappreciable, but from 500 to .

;: ., The President-elect had entered thephamlrer how they Injected chickens with 5.000 light years from the sun the ab- I have long been Interested In a

: :'" uebin and within nine days the fowls sorption of light and space-reddening statement made about Thomas A. ,Ed- Worms cause much distress to children Shot"removee and
: accompanied by an escort of anxiety to parents. Dr.Peery'fl Dead
,. / three',senators andjtbree congressmen, began to crow with the same vim: as became more and more evident. ison eight or ten years ago. It 'was tho cause with a single dose. 60c.
: adult roosters. .' The necessity 'of magnesium to the estimated that In the manufacture of All Druggists
and had taken his place In front of ,
;, the raised platlorm".where the Vice Joel Stebbins and C. M.. Huffer. as- I human system was analyzed 'by B. V. Edison inventions, upwards of seven- Dr: Peer 'S

;';;', President sat. And, when he had done tronomers of Washburn observatory, I McCollum, H. D. Kruse and Elso R. ty thousand men were employed at

"I;:s. so, he lifted his eyes 'to the senators' Madison, WIs., reported that' their ob- Orient, of Johns Hopkins unhersity. high wages. And all these Inventions I- I'

\ gallery, Just as a lady, with n soft servations of the heavens Indicatedthat i Young rats given a diet deficient were patented, that Edison might tax VermifuWrllrhta e

full cloak partially covering a dress of floating In the far reaches of the only in magnesium they reported users of the appliances he had Pill Co.. 100 Gold Street. N. 1'. City

heavy deep cream lace came down sky Is matter Invisible to the earth, showed a series of spectacular symp- thoughtup. Here was plainly a

the aisle and took her .place In the but of greater amount than. the luminous toms which became abruptly fatal. wolf who, in spite of himself, was do- :'YNU-7 50;( 53

vacant seat between her gol I n.halred stars, ;man may see ,Adult male rats became sterile and Ing good. Many other. wolves do It.

A girl and her shaggy-haired boy For Through a photoelectric ,cell, and 'a showed a marked loss of weight

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"OMMY MOOREL'AND was a' pit!:

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hard rough bank of the railroad, '2t'f iF ,
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tracks, covered with Christmas snow
which :he never bothered to remove. vq1
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Tommy had been the ,eldest .of a CHRISTMAS .
Main street-happy, .;, ,
large family of brothers and sisters folks who smiled -
and had always played a most important :'
5/ and exchanged cheery wishes with :;
part in the Christmas; festivitiesthat 1j% / each other. :;' .
:"" of being Santa Claus. It was
Jack Weber, standing near the entrance J-I./
of this thing th'lit' he was now .
,of the Anchor store, grew an .L'gry ;
thinking most deeply and reverently.The at himself. Whycouldn't ,
sudden crunching of In "
footsteps :'-
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the behind him cAuse'd'him': to ,
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turn quickly expecting to l1clir: + ; '. :)'';.1,;'
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: ,"Move on !" Instead, he saw a little' +Hr a YYr' 't.'
son, as these peo'j".:
girl, the sky: blue of her coat speckled rMY''y a4 ;r 4: ny. w ,r Y.Or AWaroawv pIe Were doing- ; '\"--:,;. .
\vitlfsnowflakes. She truly looked as. ..,
was bitter
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Ethel Porter "
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had rudely refused
:i ? Claus tonight," she wailed. .o )
"". : Blinking through the mist of now ; 1 I to go .to the War-
Ing Christmas par ,.fj ,
fastly falling snow he looked at her % ( ; '.
Y ?s yD r//f, !A" 11' .'
2k44 y ?!Y ty with him? She 'lfJ1' ,
hungrily, all the years of his tramp 1lli .
t had turned him "
: hood: dropping from him at that mom aS ; :
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Then' with" an effort to.* keep "back minute for Bob Fuller. His pride: was .
hurt and his heart ached a bit, too,
the tears from his own eyes, he tried,
persuade her'that'Santa would surely for he had grown very fond of Ethelin
the last'few: weeks. And he was
;/"Where dQ you live, little girl?" said pretty sure, until this evening, ,that .,'
she had cared.; '
Tommy. "
"There's the house right over there. Well, that was all over now Bob .'':, '
:' Fuller would be dancing with her tonight :' ,
the one with the big yard around it."
and showing her all the little, R; .
"You had better skip home now :and "
attentions that he had hoped to lavish ': ,
wait for Santa, for I am sure he will
, come, !I""How upon her. He, scowled deeply' as ';
he thought of this. _,
wonderful !n thought Tommy 5 "
all the Santa Claus instincts',aroused Two small .children looked curiously ".'
within him, "if I could make this,little at Jack. He drew back Into the '.

family happy by being their Santa just shadow growing more irritated,, more ,,_
! .for tonight!1ft a sf Fy; / f 4 y FtK' Fors2tti > s conscious of the fact that he was so .

utterly out of tune with the spirit of .
Intoxicated with inspiration, Tommy _S / '
started. to walk toward town 8nd.had. Christmas. He felt like an alien .in a ", ;

strange land ,' I
l1Mt !h.U AhWM"tJ !'tllf old story was,-told again; of an angel not far behind. A dense pillar of Suddenly his shoulders straightened, ."
I chorus, and shepherds and the wise smoke told where to turn, and Ralph and 'a smile chased the shadows from ;', (

I was dismayed to'find that .it was Geor- his face. "1 can't be the only one : ':, I

The men.Ralph, looking at Georgia, thought gia's house'' that was in !flames. with' a grievance" he muttered to ,

.she .had. never. seemed so beautiful. ,He worked as he had never' worked himself-"among all these people.
And when she sang, the. sweet poIgnancy -, before. lIe was in and out of the There must be others who have had -,

was almost more than he could burning building a dozen times drag- disappointments. And look how they -

Ch.ristmasfiWle bear. ging out furniture, urging his men on, are out to make others happy Why

', After the service he went up to. her. pointing out the best spots to concen can't I do that, too?"
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"May I say Merry Christmas too, trate their efforts. To think was to act with Jack Web-

S o. / by HELEN Georgia?" he asked. "Your song this :. Georgia stood 'with the others looking er. Soon he was Inside the st 're. f '

I r' I if morning was wonderful" on. "Don't, Ralph!" she pleadedone rushing from counter to counter, making l: I

l GA FORD "It is kind of you to say so," she time when he came out. "Please purchases. His dark eyes glowed ,

answered a little stiffly. There were don't take such risks !1" with eagerness. It was a shame the ;'.
others to shake hands and ex- he had his Betty
waiting :. "Just to have you care Is worth 'way neglected sister \,
'cb and she had to run He had J
:nge greetings, more than whatever I' can do," he an- and her family lately. given

,, McQUISTION sat sniffing .. I ..swered. "If there is anything you val- all his time to Ethel Porter. He had I
The Children Almost Tore' Santa Claus l\AL ;-warm air of the kitchen, 'ue especially, I wish you would tell even allowed himself to get mad at

: to Pikes: his mother was bastinga (I"T .me. I will get It for you If I possiblycan. Betty for hinting that Ethel was not

not gone far when he was ,stopped by turkey and a plum ,pudding steamed.He 7F # ." .' .: x .. ," exactly suited to him. He must try I

a 'kIndly gentleman who asked if he was very proud of hIs new postas "No you. mustn't take .any'. more and make amends. He would see that f.

were in need of work. a captain in the volunteer fire 'department chances. Betty's children were supplied with '. 1
Tommy was delighted, for the Job ; it smelled like a wonderful "Nonsense Tell me what to get." toys for a long time to come. I
Christmas' dinner all in all it only of is The lights from a big Christmas tree '
made him a Santa Claus for the Salvation ; was a "The picture my mother .' ,
j Army Christmas: tree, and for perfect world except for Just one on the dresser. I do wish that couldbe shone out Into the starlit night as he
carried his packages" to the door of ,
j which ,he was well 'pald., \ f thing: saved. But when he dashed away
: Later, with permission to borrow the The one thing was Georgia" who she called after him to' stop. "Let it the bungalow. Betty showed her sur- '

outfit and ,after some Christmas shop hadn't spoken to*him siuce their quarrel go" she called. "You might be nurt." prise and pleasure.
ping, he hurried' over to his adopted two months agp. It had been But he was Inside the house. "Why Jack," she cried, "how-how

home. With Santa's pack upon his ,lonely enough before, but It seemed r Georgia stood tense, scarcely daringto lovely of 'you ; this makes, ChristmaSjust

shoulders, he Joyously rapped upon the worse now not to have .a sweetheart breathe. "Look out'," someone perfect. And you can't think who

,door. To his surprise it was 'opened at'Christmas time. called. ""The roof is falling !1" There has Just come 'to spend Christmaswith

; .' by :the little girl, herself. "Better get ready -for church, son." was a shower of sparks and a crash. us-Gladys Dare, who used to
Amidst. great shouts of glee the children "I don't think I'll go." But through the door emerged l live next door to us in Melvin Gladys iJ

almost tore him to pieces.. "Not go Why, it will be a beautiful Ralph, with the picture in his hand. come and meet someone. Surely you -' 11

But what was It all about? Mother service. Everyone will be there "Oh," she said, and suddenly was limpIn haven't forgotten Jack?" .

.' and. father came rushing in. Before And Georgia Is going to sing some "Let It Go," ,She Called." "You. Might', .; his arms. "You shouldn't have A pretty, dark-haired girl Jumped
Be Hurt. where she had been playing
songs. risked 'it. up
;.; : ;f.tbjy could speak Tommy pulled the
'" :. mask" from .,his face and .shouted, "Yes. he answered ,slowly. "I away but Ralph thought he had de- "Georgia" he whispered, as he 'held with Billy and Sue by the Christmas I
b'- ".."Mother! Father! :Re had found his know.". tected a .faint-blqsh. her close, "I would risk anything for tree. Her eager brown eyes were

own home and parents and brothersand "If you can't forget her son, you yoU-' ,,I wanted, :so ',to- give you aChristmas alight with pleasure. "Remember
sisters In the "House with the big had better make it up. You can't kee'pon "Come along; Mother, he said at present but I didn't dare Jack?" she echoed, as she held out her "
like this." last. "Let's'get on home to that tur- hint ; if I ever could forget the
yard around itn! for fear you would refuse it. But nowI ;.;< as I
"There's nothing I can do," he re key. can give you this' picture, and I big boy who teased me so much, and
'T'____ :.i.: '---'"''' plied. "She'Is too proud. If'only But at' that moment, 'the alarm know you won't, refuse.." who was 'so good to me, too."

something would happen." clanged, and all the men rushed down "I haven't any gift for you 'In return "Uncle Jack teases Sue and me,

', .THE ''YULE-TIED. The church bells rang out. "Only the street and around the corner' to ," she answered/"but if I say that too," Billy broke in, "but we like hima

fifteen minutes," ,said his mother. the fire station. Ralph's post was with I am sorry, and-and that I love you,,, lot.' He's the most fun. Don't you
"You had better come along." the chenHcal''englne, and In a few would that do?" I like him?"-looking up at Gladys. A .
oTl The little church was crowded. Ev- seconds it was out and he and his I quick flush covered her face. "Why '
"Would It !I' he answered. "Whata
I. 'ergreens'decorated the aisles, and over, crew were' on their way. Christmas!" of course I like him Billy," she stam

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O I Jack Weber enjoyed Christmas more ', .

y 1 v\ur, r Sri,y '.JZ %,yrVb,7,,, 1.Hr, !r vlw noter1 the children gathering up' the CHRISTMAS TIES' than he had ever done before. He .- '
bits of meat 'and fastening them onstrings found that disap '

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crumbs of cornbread and crunchingthem changed Into a j I I Ji'I liu
Into little balls. Then ,takingthe thing of Joy. For <
t Red Children i old man by the hand, together they the comradeship I .

danced around the fire and hastened with Gladys, with ,
:+ at Christmastide i iI outdoors torHheborder of the woods. its background of '
The boys immediately scrambled up I memories of child ,

I By Dr. E. A. BATES the trees and tied the meat-laden hood years, filled ,

strings to the branches while the' little him with a strange J

.. girls placed the corn balls all around new happiness. He :
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the foot of the trees. thought now of :

7f ONG ago before the white man The whole group then silently crept Ethel's behavior If/ : : \
Vr reached the land of the Indians away, and soon the little furred and "So Bobs Invented a Christmas tie with a feeling of 4. / i b

there came one wintry day to a villageof ,feathered children of the woodland appeared that Is making millions?" relief; It had real-
and ate their Christmas dinner. "Yes. One side is for the wife's
the Iroquois, an old man tired hun- ly been a blessing i '
gry and cold. At the first bark cabin The snowbird offered a cheery song; taste and the other for the husband's." in disguise, for it had led hIm to :

he asked for food and warmth and was the gray squirrel wiggled his little Gladys. :

welcomed to the fire In the center of ears; and even the old owl winked at Desperate RemedyIn But It was several days later before '
the lodge. He saw the, cabin was occupied the little Indian boys and girls who his announcement on a Sunday he awakened to the true state of
, Rea u.a raT.on. ?o by a widow with eight children; remembered the Great Spirit's children morning, the vicar regretted that his feelings, and found that he loved
and having warmed himself, ,he decide of the woodland. money was not,coming In fast enough
than all the
Gladys more world. S
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to onward to'the next cab- but he was no pessimist. I
press And when Gladys answered .
who get, married on Christmas a shy .
day." In where by chance food would be Carols. Add Beauty "We' have tried." he, said, "to raise "yes" to a question he asked a few

'J more plentiful; but he was restrainedby Christmas ,carols will, of course, the necessary' money In the usual'in an. days later, he knew he was fully In
the children who pleaded with him add beauty to the holiday season. Also ner. We have tried hopestly. Now tune with the Joy and gladness of the r.
to share their humble: fare. they will bring about an Increase In we are going to see what a Christmas Christmas season. '

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the earth. These readers of signs Llttle'John had received a gift of ."-Indianapolis. News. )I
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; :TO OUR "CHRIS" leave no point for layman argument. CAP a new suit from his grandmother, i
They just move back population his who lived In a distant city. The

tory and we agree that that is that. child was delighted and in a great Mother-After all, he's only a boy,

But it does lay a burden on Colum- hurry to try .on the suIt. and boys will sow their wild oats. .
Columbus Hard Hit by Its AND Father-I wouldn't mind It Lf hedidn't
bus. He thought, or may have To the great disappointment of the ,
SI mix it much. .
.. ?".Discovery. thought had he lived long enough, mother the suit was found to be a so
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only 200 And we know on the BELL like the of Ichabod Crane.
.'Ethnologists have always believed years. arms Master (going over estate-\Vhat
; ;'"m.,' that Columbus was only about 200 evidence of present-day science that "It's too small, dear," mourned does this label "Wait and see" mean? II

r 'Va :-years behind.!; the. first man" to reach he missed it ten.,times '200.-St. Louis : Mrs. J."Oh. Gardener Well,.I forgot- Just whatI

+ :. Othe Atlantic fceaboard. That-though Globe-Democrat. I no, mother," responded John, planted there, sir.

", the.population of the American continent -

I started:! 'soon ,after the last Ice Young Hitlerites Told CAMOUFLAGEBiggs
age when tribes from the other side
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Irof, the world crossed Bering strait I ; MORE SATOFACTIIONCAN'T
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': : and fiitcre slowly southward to in- What kind of a girl should a true- .
.' habit a continent-the first roaming blue German Aryan marry? As first his head chef.Afterwards.

'. :'" \ citizens 9f'the Atlantic:; seaboard arrived aid to ardent young Hitlerites about, resses into his he private called oifice.all his wait. SOUGHT

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"Girls* he said, "I want all
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.', .iF credit, for finding the New world. tion's Wisdom) publishes a series of to look your very best today. Addan
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l ""*ax," (dug up" in Albemarle county, Vir- the purity of the,Germanic race with your hair." .-

. -: ": ginia, is.serving to upset this theory This weekly recommends only "Why, what's ,the matter?". asked

In the opinion qf ofiicials' of the blonds with blue eyes, an oval face the head waitress. ,"Butter bad

I t i. Smithsonian institution, who say that and white skin. The Nazis are again?" .

:: f 'l'mer i.dc s.of. when the first in-, warned against brunettes, of'obviously "No," .said the manager.. ; "the Nd10

': : habitants'reached: the eastern 'shores ,Mediterranean origin; with long beefs'' tough:":London Tit-Bits.
America 'are unsound. They'now torso and short black hair and ,
4 I gar: : legs 'r',
t: 'Jlne'"Cr.{ That.-.man .trod Virginia soil thick, sensuous lips. .') !Full Measure, Too .

i ". "stwe1hfAi\tii;' : : I.1. .'". e; 2,000. years ago. But the recommendations of Das. Kastus-Mah girl's djvine.] '
-. ..$Wden't : the"races read a run- Wissen der Nation
; ; are' even more Ephriam Youth gal may be de
1 if.f n p.Fistory'in'{ this new ax that is so drastic. Suspect also are sophisti- vine, but mall, gal's. de berries. Sfa Collel'rffsJlltitII9PCont
ol<$ {itf was no more than out of the cated actresses breakers '
; 'f ; society girls; ms world 'album of 4000 spaces, 1000 mixed stamps
; ; Albemarle'"county.'soil that had concealed of sports records and even young Story"is Ended
from all the world packet of hinges .water4'mark
over guages,
it so long until it began. re-, who their in the '" "
t : women earn living "How' are -you, Mrs.. Browne?
.(S ? 4' ..._..ftiting.-its- of age and strange liberal professions.The "Oh,"'' I've nothing."to' grumble'at." detector,and instruction book all for $1.00 postpaid.OLSON .

l ,"raies..SheciaUsts' ; who understand heroic Aryan Is urged to ":\Ir. Browne: away then?" and OLSON, Hartford, Conn.
these things that the .
say primitiveas choose.a good, industrious and pure

-* \yas chipped! out of black: disabase girl,' who is known to be an adept' '
'fock American 0cegturiesago .
: byjs6me savage
housekeeper, with an affection for ...
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sibly because of disuse, It became '
: stupid. -Literary Digest .. .
. t dujLand.was sharpened, again by '
_.-.."-new- and better'' informed chipping, .. '. ONCE OUR CAKES WERE VERY SAD I

+, poSsibly some 1,300 years -ago. Then .
t ...........)lt'\yas. lost for. good so.. far ,as the' r '
f stage.axDge was concerned only to .THAT'S WHEW TIME WERE HARD AND BAD
; ybg: .found'by: scientists. ,o.f-n ,new d iy rr rr -

i and age, who. knew, how to interpret
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'S '- the: signs of wear, ,

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i color"-restful nights, active days-all be- .f'-; .
i ..........' she rid .her system, At bfrwel-clogging IF I PAY YOU $2'EEILY
that were sapping her vitality.NR Tab-
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: 34, all in Township 43 South, Range
I The Neighborhood Bridge Club included -
The Clewiston News Christmas with their 34 East;
a party

Published every Friday in Clewiston, I Personal MentionMr. I I bi-weekly bridge on Tuesday afternoon EXCEPT land released from the

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, I at the home of Mrs. H. R. Hall. lien of said mortgage as is more CLEWISTON%
particularly shown in Mortgage
Inc. I The house was appropriately decorated -
Satisfaction Book 1, pages 280 and
and Mrs. B. E. Herring have and gifts from the Christmastree I I
495, Public Records of Hendry
Keathley Bowden, Editor gone to Pompano.A were presented the guests. 'The County, Florida, ,
members present were Mrs. W. C. I'I II
to satisfy said decree and all costs.
recent visitor was F. Cl, Jonesof Worth, Mrs.\ G. B. Thomas, Mrs. '
Entered as second class mail mat- Wilmington, Del. I Grover Poole, Mrs. D. G. Alston, I ALLEN CLEMENTS,
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post Special Master in Chancery.
T I Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. C. McDonald \ Monday

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under Page Bussels of West Palm Beach i Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and Mrs.H. EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER, .

4the Act of March 3, 1897. was in town Tuesday. R. Hall. First National Bank Bldg., r
Miami, Florida,
Solicitors for Plaintiff.. December 25 : -
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. Principal G. Langford is visiting FT. MYERS GOLFERS BEATEN

Advertising rates on application. his wife and, son in Gainesville.Mr. I BY LOCAL TEAM HERE SUNDAY No. 2C-Dec. 8, 15, 22, 29. I

and Mrs. R. O. Couch of Grant, .:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:-.:..:..:'
Devoted to the advancement and Fla., were at the Inn for several days. (Continued from page 1)) KAY BROS. t tCIRCUS tI

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry Fort Myers golf team, acknowledgedthe I

County., ,' Miss Marie Williams is spendingher hearty welcome and called on SPECIALChop }

vacation at her -home in Quincy, Durwood Lynn to speak for Fort

A bank at Fort Pierce has made Fla. Myers.
staff-which The attractive new club house at Suey Dinnersin i ii
two additions to its Sunday guests of the F. D. Duffs Clewiston admired
was by all the
smacks of prosperity, if not a down were Miss Bess, Fenn and Tom Starrof Fort visitors. delicious i iI
Myers Construction of
right boom, in the East Coast city. Beach. iI
the building was not even started the ORIENTAL STYLE I

last time Fort Myers went to Clewis- \I\Vf\ ,If1,1 ''',
The last quarter of a moon before James Matthews' mother arrived 3""' i .
ton for a match. TUESDAY and FRIDAY NIGHT \\,/ /'
sunrise is prettier than' the first Tuesday from Cuthbert, Ga., to spenda f \\'iIf'f1 girl.l "

quarter at twilight, says the Stuart month with her son. {;{ ;;; ,
News editor. And we wonder how he NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE I i ,
found out, by emulating the early Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mary Bush, {/ : !" \'1. ,

_ bird or by observations upon retir- and Mrs T. J. Humphreys spent NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Prop. I I
the undersigned Special Master in t w
ing? in West Palm Beach. f'llILllli

Chancery of foreclosure, by virtue entered of the final in that decree ':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. : f-lr:: !

"Heil Hitler" seems to be a complimentary Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs.N.. L. certain cause pending in the Circuit ,,10"I/ ,

salute accorded the little Hemenway, and Mrs. W. C. Owen Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof .
Florida ":":":":":":":":"":":":":":":":":":":":":":":": J 1 : .fj'- f
Austrian ex-sergeant. A more popularone hopped in West Palm Beach Tues- for Hendry County, in i \

would be formed by making that day. Chancery, being Case No. 635, wherein X f
W. G. Troxler, as successor trus- ;: New and Used
'i' into an T. I :f;:
N. J. Motes from Alabama visited tee, is plaintiff, and' Sugarland :. .. SI-KITCHIE, JAPANESE

the wash-room debutante Mrs E. D. Bennett Sunday. Mr. Development Company, efal, are de- :| Furniture & Stoves I TROUPE I
Huey: Long, is interested in fendants, will, on Monday, January ::: Foot Jugglers and Head I
Motes cabbage
is in the Washington Social a crop 1, 1934, between the hours of eleven .y
Balancers ,
Register.-Fort Myers\ News-Press. cast of town. o'clock, A. M., and two p'cldck, P. M., : ,

Which should offer a lot of consola- t the front door of the.County Court- I BELLE GLADE 1 MAXINE '

tion to those omitted. Some of the young people are house in LaBelle, Florida, offer for The Singing Elephant fJ
planning to attend the ChristmasEve sale and sell at public outcry, to the i
dance at Belle Glade; it begins at best and highest bidder for cash, the :|: FURNITURE COMPANY |i 4. MILLERS; 1 '

Stuart News reports a school of twelve o'clock midnight.Mrs. following described real property in : European Acrobats ::1
_:! '
mullet estimated at two million run- Hendry County, Florida, to-wit: Belle Glade, Florida :|
ning in the St. Lucie/inlet/ last week. y CAPT. WALKER'S PER
If that school could run for a full Jesse Tippey, Mrs. Ira_ Burn- 44 All south of ,Section range one 33 east.(1)), in township ::: Next Door To Theatre :&: FORMING DOGS, PONIES trl
ham, Mrs. Zerney Meredith and Mrs. I
eight months' term, what fun we All of Sections three (3)), four .X, .:. 1IOXIillYS'r r i'
C. F. Goodman spent Monday shop- .............................. ........... .,'
fishermen could have. ping in West Palm Beach. (4)), five (5)) and six (6), except : : : : : : : : : ; : : : ; : : : : : : :..:..:..:.:: SAtlLLETY: BROST

right of way granted by South Flor- Triple Horizontal Bars'

One, big advantage in ,being a ida Farms Company to the A. C. L. tJ
., I Among those who moved from the MISS MARY ELLEN,
Railroad Company by deed dated Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
Senator is that investigatestock "
you can i Watanabe to take their abode
up on January 3, 1917, recorded in Book Jewelry Repairing Queen of the Tight Wire ,
market tricks without buyingany .
the "Golden Days" were Wm. Byrd,
49, page 207, of the Public Records HOST OF FUNNY '
stock, San Diego Union ;
says. Ralph Young and Mr. Rolland. of Lee County, Florida, through sec-
Another Is that you can send out per- tions 10, 15, 22, 27 and 34, of Town W. H. MERRITT CLOWNSFOSTER :

sonal publicity at government post- Capt. Wilfred Lockhart and his ship 43 South, Range 33 East and i WATCHMAKER & JEWELER I !

age. family are now Clewiston residents. through section 3 of Township 44

They are living on the new: house south Range 34, east, all in town- Rear or TRIO
ship 44 south, range 34 east. Clewlston Drug. Company Aerialist Supreme't' ,
"Delray Beach probably has the boat in the slip near the highway.L. .
most youthful mayor of any city- in The West half (W% ) and South- CLEWISTON FLORIDAP. TRIBE OF GENUINE

Florida and it also has the most F. Chapman, superintendent of east quarter (SE%) of Section 13, O. Box 521 INDIANS "
and all of sections 24, 25 and 36, all < 1'
charming "first lady"-Delray Beach State Prison Farm at' Raiford, and
in Township 43 South, Range 33 "We Art Here To Stay"J And Many Other
News. Well, how about some statis- Attorney-General Cary D. Landis, East. FeaturesAdmission \ -rl
tics on the mayor and a picture of spent Monday night at the Clewiston rCaf
The Southwest SW%
quarter ( ;)
the first lady? Inn. Reduced For
and all of the North half (Nof .-
Section 7, situated, lying and being M GrOUSE l This Date Only ''' .t

"Handsome, tall, well-proportioned Col. Earl H. Brown, of Washington south of the Nine Mile Canal, and >. '

and looking every inch a Senator"the D. C., Major L. H. Hannum, of the West half (W% ) of Section 8,

Delray Beach News thusly described New Orleans, and Major B. C. except 80 foot right of way as laid Counselor and Attorney at Law 25c'25c' 'Ii

Park Trammell. out and now occupied 'by Moore i
Which put Dunn of Jacksonville, made an Inspection Hopkins Building
Haven and Clewiston Railroad Com-
us to thinking.-Benevolent, aristo- tour of the levee work on TO ALL
across said Sections 7 and 8
pany ;
cratic, elderly Duncan U. Fletcher- Sunday. Wednesdays and Saturdays
all of Sections, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 11.1
well-groomed, and professional look-
22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 and 9:30 to 4:00 I
J. Hardin
Peterson-smiling, af- Mrs. Harry Vaughn recently enter-

fable Joe Sears,-young, clean-cut tained the Ladies Altar Society of I y

I and hustling J. Mark Wilcox-all St. Margaret's' Church at
a benefit .'. <
flashed into mind. If Millard Cald- bridge party. The money raised will 'io .:. .i' 'i. I

well and R. A. Green measure up (we be used for buying flowers for" the '

them ruppose we they can't do say, )but Florida not certainlyhas knowing altar Mass. for Christmas Eve Midnight U I :_ -Attractive Clewiston Home { _

a handsome representation in :: ::: ::: .:: 't

proud Washington of their, and appearance.The we can. well be I Christmas to the C. M. Allen fam- :Iiiij!: :;: We ,Helped, BuildLii : :: t t'C

ily means a real family reunion: :: .;. .:. i
I Vesta is coming home from schoolin .' .:. ,
only .' ::: .:. ,. I
papers Keathley Bowdendoesn't ;
Demorest, Ga., John will be on ':' .:. % .. -
control on the shores of Lake furlough from the U. S. ':. o1f'.t', .:.
Navy at ;
,. .%.
Okeechobee the :: .' + .
now :
are OkeechobeeNews :
Hampton Roads, and Wallace, who '. :. ', ,
and the Pahokee News. Per- has completed his service in the Navy '. : .Of".,. -'"

haps he can get these if he wants and is now in a school for welders ''Lii. 0 .:. I
them, and that .I .:.
would give him con- in New York City, will be back fora :: !
trol of all six of the )
weekly 'papers visit
too. ,.,..,' +

published munities. Keathley in Lake Okeechobee is a fine young com- ::: :!: :, ,.".';;<: : :::}? ::_::., :: :f '

Dick Hall says it will be quiet i I"" .: I
man, and his wife is one of the most :: +! .
around his place over the holidays.The yAA
popular young women who
ever resided + .
in teachers are all going home; '! : .' ..
Okeechobee. Our very best Mae Drew and yX I. fAYA ; !
Elizabeth' West will : ;;
wishes to
their success. kee hobee'News. C' + ..
spend their vacations in RIchland, ':' .:. .. '.
: .. .%. I
Ga.; Vilma Rhodes goes to Oaklandand + X f + I

Eva Mae Green to Plant City. '' : .. .. I IyX
Howard Sharp, publisher fA
of the
Ulla Jacobson will visit her father in
Everglades News for 10 years has i YA Y +
Tampa. Keith Hartsfield goes hometo YA YY
turned over his paper to Keathley I X
Fort Myers and Robert Coker YYh
Bowden of Moore Haven and will : y 1XA
re- hopes to get to see his parents in fy
tire. He will"continue to live in his' Biloxi, Miss. A yy
quarters above his newspaper officeat AA YY
Canal Point."Usually when : .. LP !
a man '
retires from work, he takes a trip C.W.A. PROJECT STARTEDThe ..:. .._%.. 1 ..III

around the world or at least to % .:. '
::: .:.
some distance away from the sceneof first C. W. A. Project approved A + YY t

his previous endeavors: Howard for Clewiston is under way. .:. ,. .:' 't rA

Sharp has shown plenty of quitting Monday morning 18 men under Tom .+. C, .YY' ''
: :
power in his life and he may be ableto Waldron begangrading the road AA AA y Ci YY

quit his work and at the same from the highway to the Sugar Mill A + q. YY YY ;
k''Af +i 'v'l ry
sy yCkC
time keep hanging around. He with shovels. As 70 Ay yy :
quit percent of the, .%. .. ..
being county commissioner after one money expended must be for labor ,:. .%. # y,}>V: >p.k ti+ioSlWL:3: ;;. ( .s': ''s'_ ,;

term; he quit being member of the machinery will not be used until the ,%. '+' XX } I
: s : < \
Legislature after one term. Not one final scraping and rolling in pre- Ay% .. .YY. ,
man in a hundred ever retires' from paration for the four inch layer of A YY.s.'s. \\Ir

the politics.political He is bug usually! starts retired.eating a When man hard The surface.second project, painting the a We Can Help You To Own A Home U: :%

and he gets elected to an office, he interior of the school house has

usually gets the bug so strong he been approved and work will com-

can't quit and finally is retired by mence as soon as paint arrives for Ai Clewiston Home Association U

edict of the voters. We wish success the job. As, the school children Building

to Keathley Bowden and welcomehim I have vacation from December 22 toi i

to Palm Beach County.Delraypeach I i January 8, this activity will not interfere I I.'':.'. 'j. ".

New J .(. Ol.
$ with the school routine. .i

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