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 29, 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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;, COAST LINE WILL Winter Tourneyof CJil1g Out GladlyOld Large Number of RENEWED INTEREST

ADD TRACKAGE TO Contract BridgePlanned YearRing Children Made HappyBy IN CULTIVATION OF

7'f Inn TreeThe
at gladly, ring sadly, ring out the

b Plans were announced this_ week Ring in a new dawn, with a smile Community Christmas com-

for the second duplicate contract and a tear-; mittee of the American Legion, Jay .

official announcement has been bridge tournament to start shortly For glad days 'and sad days co- : Moran, Bill Owen, Ed Butler, report Recent visit of Kenyon Riddle,

made to date, but it is understood after the holidays at the Clewiston mingled together, that more than five hundred bagsof of the Tropical; Fruit Company, of

; that'the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Inn. Decision as to the exact starting As gold tinted clouds in the year's candy, nuts, fruit, with a toy in I West Palm' Beach, to Clewiston has

; will add to their trackage facilities in date has not been made, but it has stormy weather.. each, were presented to as many served to arouse new interest in the

the very near future. Construction been definitely decided that the major Clewlston children by Santa Claus at planting and production of the pa-

i is expected to start within the week tournament will again be for individ- For earnest endeavor, for Friends. the Community Tree in Civic Center paya, one of the most interesting of

1: on a ten car siding at Bare Beach uals, that scoring will be by match who were true, Park, and in Harlem, our negro subdivision all the tropical fruits.

Camp of the Sugar corporation which points, not by cumulative score. Its For the Christ Child who came our on Saturday night. Carols Some years ago, therevere many

will be used exclusively for the load- possible that a tourney for a pairor faith to renew. I were sung by the local Girl Scout small groves of papayas along the

ing of crops In that area. team of four championship will To brighten and lighten the bur- troop, in charge of Mrs. Ted Effting. lake shore east of Clewiston, and a ''',

Designed primarily to care for a be started sometime later in the densome way, I Response to solicitations for funds number of trees were planted in the

probable 500 cars of cabbage, it is month. Ring gladly, ring gladly, this bright for the purchase of the materials was early days of the town itself. Flood

likely that several hundred cars of W. C. Prewitt and Katherine Law- New Year's Day. liberal, the amount necessary being waters and the hurricanes' took their

will be oversubscribed. The small balance remaining toll, and very few good trees are
peas and other vegetables leI' were winners of the duplicate play
loaded at the siding. ,Present expec- I recently completed, proceeds from Ring sadly for hatred that rankled will become a nucleus for in fruit in this locality now, though'wild

tation is that shipments will begin 'which' defrayed purchase of new within, next year's fund. Assisting in pre- ones, indigenous to the countryare

For unfinished, tasks, and the yield- paration of the bags at the schoolhouse still found In places.
and con- many
of :
about the middle January boards, cards: score sheets, prizes. '

tinue to the end of the season, about The committee, Lucille Downs, Mae ing to sin; Friday were Mesdames Hooker: Much has been said and writtenof

June, 1. The location will be in the Drew, Owen, Beardsley,is anxious to For kind words unspoken at work Hooks, Thomas, Poole Stewart, the delicious fruit, which is borne .

,(\-1J 'extreme northwest corner of Section contact all interested persons by the and at play; Wright, McDonald, Owen, Hill, and within a year of planting, but no
Ring out a sad note on this glad school. '
older from the high
end of what is gen- of boys method of
:36: at the south first of next week. All classes completely satisfactory
New Year's Day.
erally known as the Bare Beach players are urged to enter, since disposing of, it to the consumer has

Camp road, next to the present siding r play will be run in, two divisions if Mass' I been developed. Recent improvementsin
Then glad Midnight
ring away, ring away,
where fresh fruits have
of the Sugar Corporation numbers warrant.Christmas the freezing of

there is a cane loader. Originally New Year's bell, I aided in perfecting a process by
Let your, chimes echo back the sweet at St. Margaret'sOn
r, plans were to load vegetables on this which papaya pulp is now preparedfor

siding, but the action of the railroad Service Heldat song you tell, I market in frozen form. This
As wait threshold of Christmas Eve
we on your-
: in providing another track will avoid makes it, especially desirable for ice
F hope and good cheer, I
congestion and confusion.t Community ChurchThe cream, and many manufacturers are
We read ,portals "Have
on your
?: Croppers in the area who expect nothing to fear." Promptly at midnight Christmasve now putting out the product. Ice

i- of the trackage include annual service of the cream and fresh fruit drinks from
to make use old, old story of the new ,- the ,
who has in Clewiston was the frozen pulp are to be placed on
1 C. B. Lozier of Belleglade birth of the Christ was the themeof Ring out the glad tidings, encirclethe Catholic Church
of cabbage, will plant' The service included High sale in Clewiston drug stores immediately
r in 100 acres Rev. W. B. Furgess at the serviceof earth, "egun.

30 more and 40' acres of other' crops. the Community Church Christmas Till all hearts rebound with the lass, Sermon, and Solemn Benedicion according to Mr. Riddle,

f H. F. Pierce, of Chipley 80 acres, Eve. At intervals in the discourse, spirit of mirth. with Fr. Francis J. Finnegan Several land owners in the section

I S. J. Neal, of South Bay, 60 acres, choir and congregation sang appropriate Martha J. Opie. 'fficiating. The church was beauti- and lot owners in the city have in-

Booker and Ratley, of South Bay, carols. Offertory was "We ully decorated for the occasion, the dicated that they will plant small -

40 acres, J. C. Henderson, 40 acres, Three Kings" by the male voices. tsual elaborate preparations' havingeen plots of the trees for commercial

r S. E. and J. C. Campbell, 80 acres, Program of the Sunday school followed -I GOVERNOR WILL NOT made for this'service. The choir I use, several persons in Miami haying
M L. Alspaugh, of Belleglade, 100 the short ,service, each class ang the Mass of the Angels to a made a success of small groves ,

acres, Crouch and McDuffie, of presenting one number on the pro- ongregation of all faiths which planted on vacant property. Fixingof

',: Clewistflh, 80 acres, Cliff Shupe, of gram. PERMIT SPEED TRAPS omfortably filled the spacious desirable, characteristics in a fruit

?, Orlando, 60 acres. Performances of little Bill Owen hurch. which can only be propagated successfully
'C from seed has been a task
Gloria McDuffie were particulrly -
"Speed Traps" into which the unwary for but a strain of the
Santa Claus presented each JMILEY WILLIAMS WINS nurserymen
:: good. motorist, is lured by traffic of- Blue Stem developed by
2328 TELEPHONE of the children present with a bag.of I TECHNICAL KNOCK: OUT
ficers and then arrested and fined Scott Stambaugh, at Miami is now
will not be tolerated by Governor quality
considered of very superior
Williams, LaBelle cowboy
CALLS IN 3 DAYS Sholtz in his traffic accident, prevention ighter Smiley, 'earned technical knockout -,
BODY OF SEMINOLE LEADER I campaign and the following let-

over J. D. Clarke} last night in,
r FOUND IN CANAL BESIDE CAR ter has been sent out to the county ENGINEERS STAKE{
he fifth round when Clarke's sec-
? The Clewiston Telephone Company clerks of Florida counties requesting l .
: jnds tossed his towel into the ring.
Fort Myers, Dec. 26.-Mystery'surrounds that county enforcement officers be
annual check-up
made its
recently on calls. For the three day period the ,death of-Charlie Tiger notified to that effect: ;lark the substituted main bout and for Lindsey all he receivedor MathisIn I NO. 67 FOR SHELLMoore

i t. from Sunday midnight, Dec. 11, to Tail, most colorful of the older December 19th, 1933. willingness was a drubbing.

Wednesday midnight, Dec. 13, the Seminole Indians, whose body was TO A'LL CLERKS OF THE his of LaBelle eked
Tamiami trail canal Babe Haven Democrat)
found in the CIRCUIT COURT: (
numbered 2328, exclusive of incoming -
Kid Hislertn
; out a six round draw over the State
Turners river yesterday. Wordof Roscoe Berg, engineer
calls, an unusual amount for near While I have requested that whenever fans
"r of the size of Clewiston.Thecheck his drowning was brought todayby possible provision be made for a six round bout and Road Department and Dwight Brown,
a town show their
from the Ever- booed the decision to instrument man, of Lakeland, arrived -
shows the busiest hour in Seminole runner highway patrol for the next three his "
of jabbing.
the day is from 9 to 10 in the morn- glades to W. Stanley Hanson, white months, I want it distinctly under- partiality to Hisler's.style earned decision overL. here Tuesday to start laying;
ing with an average of 96 calls, although spokesman for the Indians. stood that I have no sympathy with Young after Chick Hall had grade on No. 67 from Smoak's Cor

the high mark was 124 for The body of ,the 60-year-old leader so-called "speed traps" and the an- B. Bryant match with ner to Road No. 25 preliminary to
trick in a
done the same the'road
that hour. From 1 to 2 in the after- was found under his automobile in noying of our tourists and winter Porter. Jack Murphy took the subgrading 'and surfacing

noon averaged 88 and 8 to 9 a. m. the canal by Grover Doctor's widow visitors. Lewis from K. O. Padilla in with shell.

came next with 84. when she went to wash clothes. She Recently I have received a numberof opener away Friday. It is estimated that enough of the

The Clewiston operator leads a ran with news to Johnny Buster, complaints from residents of other four rounds.-News-Press grade will be staked by the latter

" busy life; she answers 776 calls daily 'next in command at Tiger Tail's states to the effect that they have part of this week to start placing

is disturbed 5 times palm thatched village. been stopped on our roads by alleged shell, but is not likely that this work
i between midnight and 6 a. m. Tiger Tail was first among his deputy sheriffs and constables and will start until the first of ,next

r t Through it all she keeps cheerful and tribe to learn "to take white man's requested to post cash bond under week.

t obliging. money and keep it." Members of the threat of being taken to jail other- IS DRAWMoore This surfacing, which was scheduled -

' business tribe said he had several: thousand wise. to start two weeks ago, was delayed -
activity brings more -
! :'c- Increased Co. New bus- dollars buried somewhere in the Such 'officers are not legally en- until engineers could be secur-
the Telephone
:Ti to have been installed for Everglades.A titled to accept a bond and I wantit .( Haven Democrat) ed to do the necessary survey work

iness phones year ago Tiger Tail became the understood that I will summarily The special Christmas program of
i' E. H. Latham Co., Atlantic first merchant among the Seminoles.He remove from office any officer guilt; fights arranged by R. L. Golden for \
Co., Clewiston
ing Co., McWilliams built a wooden store in the Ever- of such malfeasance.The the entertainment of local fans for BARNETT BROS.
Country Club, and
Drug, glades and did business with white majority, of serious accidentson last Friday night was well attended

torney Couse. men. He bought an automobile and our highways are due to parkedcars despite the cold-weather jinx which CIRCUS WILL BE

The local exchange was established cultivated a farm.Corporation. and trucks, improperly lighted' has appeared to make the arena very

in December, 1929. Previous to that motor vehicles, faulty tires and uncomfortable _for_, the_u past tWO fight HERE THURSDAYClewiston
the Clewiston and Sugar Com- I
time brakes and reckless driving.Due .

panies had a battery system which PlansEmergency warning, has been given and programs.The main attraction of the card terri-

provided communication for their now the time has come for the arrestof the eight-round bout between and surrounding

offices only. R. M. Hare came from hospitalMoore all offenders. Smiley was Williams of LaBelle and Lind tory will play host to its first next big

t Fort Myers to put in the exchange; Please see that this informationis Mathis of Moore Haven. Both circus of the current season
! to him belongs the credit for keeping passed on to your county commis- sey and well matched for: Thursday, January 4th, when
Democrat good boxers ,
Haven )
usable. ( three ring aggregation
i repair and constantly enforcing nett Bros big
it sioners, all law officers in the match proved to
at the 0"h Tuesday of this week a char- size and speed in Clewiston for a one
Newcomers are astonished your county and your local press. be all that had been hoped for. The will exhibit
Circuit Judge
ter was awarded by G'I .
service they re- engagement.Old
truly metropolitan With the Season's greetings, about evenly divided day
W. Whitehurst to a new, corporation crowd atmosphere will
ceive. Sincerely yours, fighters an.d time circus
of the two
to be known as the Moore Haven in support Bros. are hereas
DAVE SHOLTZ, seemed to be satisfied with prevail when Barnett '
Benevolent and ReligiousLiterarySociety everyone
of the few remaining -
is one
DEATH Williams this show
its membership composed the judge's still
l the road today which
saddened, for the entirely of local people. Wednesday MERCER SEEKING I seemed to have a slight edge to on the old time street parade.
i Christmas;: was while Mathis was clings
afternoon the members met and com- ANOTHER TRIAL on the in-fighting scheduled to leave the
Will Norton family by the death of when fightingat The parade is
left jab
A. M. I deadly with a
I pleted the transaction whereby at noon for
I Nathan Andrew, aged fourteen, on show grounds promptly
Baker deeded the property known as T. O. (Tip) Mercer, convicted of arm's length. the business section
The lad was accident- exhibition trek over
22. its
December an
bout was
the Mitchell Building to the corpora- an armed robbery charge in con- The semi-final of march will
bat during a ball Eric of the city. In the line
struck by a between
; ally tion, a portion of which will be used nection with the raid on the Tropical three-round scrap time thrills from
the school grounds onWednesday. Willard be found all the old
\ practice on for an emergency hospital to care State bank at Lake Placid September Boe of Moore Haven and the screeching
He was given medical I the five elephants
for 'dangerously ill or injured 30, 1931, and sentenced to (Continued on page 8)
attention, but grew worse and died II patients. lif j in the state penitentiary, wantsa calIlope. outstanding features
One of the
Friday' morning. He was a lovable The corporation is known as a new trial. A writ of error has WEDDING Barnett Bros circus this season -

chap and had made himself liked I non-profit corporation and as such been sued out and made returnable i with Alice, largest elephant now
Robertsand is
received its charter. Aside from its before the supreme court March 10, Tho marriage of Launita I Mighty Alice
in the America.
during his few months I tour in
. i purpose to provide a much needed The grounds for the new trial have Gratton George on Ion at a little over five .
: scales
ton school. 1 I morning in. LaBelle came as a sur- tips the
hospital! provisions are made for the not been filed.A I
Interment was at Fort Denaud.'I told to their many friends. The bride ,
writing of non-sectarian commentson former attorney for Mercer prise tons.Two will be presented -

the International Sunday School the American that he has been I hasp ,been a resident of Clewiston for performances The afternoon show
I' Clewiston.
A most welcome visitor in town lessons and circulating them among transferred from the penitentiary to the past two, years; Gratton has lived in and the night
at 2 m.
\ start P.
this week is Harry Hanover. ?Mr weekly newspapers to be printed. Mr. the hospital for the criminal insaneat here since 1926.' Every one extends will Doors will start an,
at 8, p. m.
Hanover is now living in Ypsilanti, Baker has done this work for the Chattahoochee.-Sebring American _the yoUng couple good wishes for' I show to showing timerR ,
I hour previous
Mich, (Continued on page 8) happiness al\(,] prosperity. .4

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Ing periods and periods of Inclement KIDNAPER KillERSPEEDED

News Review of Current weather for purposes of Instruction. Howe About : .

cannot wither James A. Reed,

Events the World Over AGE for so many years enlivenedthe

--.' cessions of the senate with his Optimist to Pessimist ; r
Jack Wisdom Gets Life After -
dynamic personality The Missouri
Lack of New Buildings: .
statesman, who Is seventy-two years I Quick Trial.

old, assembled 20 guests for a game I High Speed -

Controversy With Secretary Wallace Forces Peek Into a dinner In Kansas City' and surprised Wichita, Kan.-Jack Wisdom, slayer @. 1933, Bell Syndicate-WNU Service. r

them by marrying, there and then, Mrs. of three persons, was sent to the .. . . . . . . .

New Job-Education Begun In CCC Camps- Nell Q. Donnelly, wealthy garment Kansas state penitentiary to spend the By ED HOWE -',,' '
manufacturer who has '
long been his remainder of his life at hard labor WAS Optimist who smiled ,f":
Sumner Welles ConIes Home From Cuba. political supporter and friend. Two for the murder I once an ,!
of Harry "
more or less constantly a man : :
years ago Mrs. Donnelly was kidnapedand "
Wichita merchant pritchard'i -
slainylth. writes me. "Then some one I was -
held for and
ransom, Mr. Reed
November 23. and had 'great confi-
fond of
very ,
helped to run down the kidnapers and
By EDWARD W. PICKARD, prosecute them. Later Mrs. The twenty-slx-year-old: cowboy dence in, hit me over the head with a
pleaded guilty here to a charge of blackjack, and converted me Into aPessimist. ,
divorced her husband. Mr. Reed's
GEORGE PEEK'S controversy with er's dollar." For forty years he said. first degree murder and was promptly ." A lot of Argument, '
first wife died in October, 1032.
I of AgrIculture' Wallace the farmer has been getting less and speeded out of town in an automobilefor Indignation, goes with this., The y'

and his assistant, Professor Tugwell, less of this 'dollar, but by use of the anslng. reader may supply It; my IndignationBook

was put up to President. _Roosevelt full powers of the agricultural adjustment WILLIAM a BULLITT, ambassa- Fearing mob violence, Wisdom was is full for a year ahead. Be- ..
,received In
Russia was
and he speedily round administration, he declared, brought secretly to Wichita from the sides, I'm,...rather quitting Indignation

. the way to settle It. this trend can be turned the other way. Moscow In a manner entirely unpre- reformatory at Hutchinson under Surprise and Argument, as I can't see
I the establishment of
Mr. Peek was persuaded -, cedented since' heavy guard and by equally secret they do any good.

to resign as agricultural MOST of his duties having been I the Soviet regime prearrangement was arraigned and .

l adjustment to Acting Secretary Other envoys on arrival then taken before District Judge
I have traveled a good deal through ,
at the capital
administrator and anew of State Morgenthau, Thomas Hews Roprer I,. NeSmith to plead guilty.
have been accorded ter. the South, and always been Impressedwith
f position much resigned his position as assistant sec- h The entire proceedings required less
of buildings of ;
the absence new
I more to his liking was retary and followed Dean Acheson and little or no attention than 20 minutes.M. .
fresh paint. 1 lately traveled
devised for him. He Professor Sprague out of the administration until they pre- S. Wiggins, superintendent of
twelve hundred miles by automobile :
their creden-
was called a special All three of those men had the reformatory, who accompanied the
tials but Mr. Bullltt from the Missouri river at AtchIson,
assistant to the Presi- been selected by Secretary Woodin, ; :rye. prisoner to Wichita said that duringthe
It with Kan., by way of Hannibal Mo., and '
- dent and named to who is never expected to resume his was greeted ex- drive here Wisdom admitted he
h "L__'_ ______ ___ traordinary enthusiasm Springfield, Ill., to Chicago, and returning -
head a temporary duties, and Mr. Hewes is a close ally also killed E. J. Large, elderly Meade
George Peek by officials and by another route: Chicago to ,
mittee that will rec- of
Attorney General Cummings. county ranch hand last summer.
Rock Island Ill., 'and thence to Des
alike. When ,
ommend permanent machinery for coordination It populace
was understood In Washingtonthat Wiggins quoted Wisdom as saying
he crossed" the Rlls- Moines, capital of Iowa, and south- ;
of government efforts to Walter J. Cummings, executive Alexander A. he shot Large ,during a quarrel over
; tAN;
sign frontier west to my home. So far as I know,
expand foreign trade. treasury assistant, would retire very differences In a card game September
he InTroyanovsky there Is no better section of the north,
The committee also will Include the soon JO become head of the Continental goreloge was 30. Wisdom long had been suspectedof
stalled In a sumptuous private car east or west than that I traveled
members of the two departmental
Illinois Bank and Trust company the murder but steadfastly had de-

committees, the inter-departmental ad of Chicago. provided by the government and In nied It Large's' body, was found November through, every foot of the way paved

visory board on reciprocal treaties, In- this he traveled to Moscow. On hIs with the best concrete. During the
29, burled Ina dry well on
ter-departmental trade policy committees arrival at Alexandrovsky: station he entire trip I did not'see a new buildIng '
the ranch.:
and honored
by ,
,. and such other Individuals as CHEERED was met by cheering crowds and was Wisdom was suspected murder-I I being erected, or a house of any
and Cubans, but kind painted. The South ;
Peek select. formally presented to Alexander A. being ,
may ,snubbed by the Grau Ing the Prltchards In their car on a
In a formal statement the White government, Tro 'anovsky. who Is coming to Wash- has at least got even, with Its, old
Sumner Welles highway near here soon after their
House said : "The report of the com- departed from Havana. ington as Russian ambassador, and to disappearance. An Intensive'' hunt enemy the North. By the way,

mittee and final ,action Is expected by plane to Miami on Alexis Neuman, vice director of the how I enjoyed getting out,,of Chicago,
his ended In his capture near Jay Okla.
to "I
within two weeks way Washington Soviet press department. and Into the country I (I do not like
On the same day the body of Mrs.
where he
resumes -
It continued : "George Peek, agri- his former postas He was Installed In the National Pritchard was found concealed In a Impudent big towns, or Impudent, big ,

cultural adjustment administrator, hotel, which thus became a temporary men.)
culvert near Bison, Okla.. and later
head of the Latin :
American and the build- *
embassy atop
having completed the organization .k
Mr. Pritchard's
body was found also
to American affairs bu- ing the Star-Spangled Banner was I started being frightened at the :,
period of the AAA, Is designated
In a culvert, near El Reno Okla. :
head this committee as a special as- reau In the Depart- raised, flying thus for, the first timein The terrific speed of the automobile at : '::'
police theory throughout was
ment of
State. Jefferson
Soviet Russia twenty miles an hour. Gradually my
sistant to the President on American
that Wisdom killed the couple rather
trade policy." Caffery, who succeeds },fro Bullltt himself and his nine- timidity disappeared, and I submitted .
than be surrendered to officers on a
him In Havana
The new organization "to correlatethe year-old daughter occupy an elaborate to thirty and forty ; occasionally, and '
of worthless check
charge Issuing a
will be for the '
Internal adjustment of productionwith present three-room apartment which last sum- very briefly, to fifty. :
Pritchard had
for $21.40 which cashed '
such effective foreign purchasing the personal representative mer was tenanted by Col. and Mrs. for him. x Lately I made a trip over good

power as may be developed by Roosevelt 01 rather President Jefferson Charles A. Lindbergh. Feeling against Wisdom ran high In roads in a new machine and the driver .

reciprocal tariffs, barter, and other In- 'Wichita soon won my confidence. At,first 1. '
than ambassador. Caffery and southern Kansas throughout -
ternational arrangements," will be DOWN In Montevideo the Pan- noted the speed was regularly about
Whether he will be able to do more the hunt for him and the con-
headed by Mr. Peek when It Is com- American conference was talking fifty when conditions warranted, and ,
cealed bodies of the Pritchards, but
than Mr. Welles In the of restor-
pleted. way about ways of ending the Chaco war It did not seem very fast or unsafe.
ing and In Cuba is there was'no evidence of mobs. Once
peace prosperity Within a'few hours the driver's
The administration expects to bring between Bolivia and Paraguay, without regu
arrested, however the prisoner was
a question.Col.
about modification of some most-fa- getting anywhere. Meanwhilethe lar touring speed was sixty, with.oc
Carlos speeded to the reformatory as a precautionary -
vored nation treaties so as to make Mendieta, leading oppositionist forces of those countries were exceedingly casional short bursts when the needle

possible special treatment of liquor Imports said that the strife, with no busy in the Jungle, with the measure. nearly touched seventy.
end in sight, is keeping the island sunkIn
from countries agreeing to take result that the Paraguayans capturedmore And still It seemed not alarminglyfast

more of this country's surplus farm economic bankruptcy and threat- than 13,000 Bolivian troops, with Changes in the Foreign ; I sat beside the driver, and was :r
ened by strikes. He said the nation
products. This Is not regarded as a most of their officers. In one' engage- Service Are Announced thoroughly comfortable. In the afternoon -

.great difficulty to Mr. Peek, as it is a resents control by a government ment more than 600 Bolivians were the driver became sleepy, and, a ..
backed by army dictatorship and the killed, according to the official an- Washington.-The State department
favorite theme with him that trade capable woman took his place. Her J
student directorate, composed of 11 nouncement. There was great rejoic' announced the following changes In .; '
amounts to "swapping my jack-knife running speed; when all conditionswere :>1
for your marbles." youths with decidedly Communistic ing In Asuncion where the Paraguayans the foreign service : favorable, was' fifty miles an '

Trade, to him, whether on a do- leanings. marched through decorated Henry A. W. Beck of Indianapolis, hour, and I thought her a little slow :

mestic or international basis Is just Augusto Saladrigas, a director of the streets ; and corresponding despair In Ind., vice consul at Tsing Tao China, and old fashioned. 'I'

what the word signifies, and' he says ABC opposition, declared that 95 per La Paz, the Bolivian capital. now in the United States_ assigned On the trip I heard something new;

that In Its transaction "we sometimes cent of the natives are opposed to A few days later the Paraguayans vice consul at Athens, Greece. that all automobile makers purposely :

have to sleep with people we don't like President Grau's revolutionary soci- captured Fort Saavedra, the most Im-' Hugh Millard of Omaha, Neb., sec- deceive with their speed dials; that 1-

and sometimes with those we like." alistic regime. Saladrigas expressedthe portant.BolivIan stronghold In the Chaco ond secretary of the embassy at Ma- when the driver Is apparently rushing

He Is quoted as remarking to an opinion that the only solution Is and it was generally believed that drid, Spain, designated second secre- along' at sixty miles an hour, he Is : ,

aide of the prospective liquor deals: either a native revolution_ or United these victories meant the final defeat tary of the embassy at 'London. Eng- actually going fifty. The story goes

"Sure, we'll take their liquor It we States Intervention. A revolution of Boli'iaIn the war. land.Warden that this Is one of the secrets of automobile -

can pay them with butter ,and pork, seems Impossible as long as the army M. Wilson of Indianapolis, builders, and long kept from' ,;

and other stuff." remains loyal to Grau, but failure to PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT let it be Ind. 'first secretary of the legation at buyers, always disposed to drive too "

Mr. Peek has long felt that agriculture meet a pay day might prove the startof known that the Interdepartmental Caracas, Venezuela, now in the,United fast. I hope It Is true. '

has been neglected in Its pos- a revolt.At I committee on communications headed States, designated first secretary of the Everywhere we encountered railroad ,!

sibilities for export, contending that the Pan-American conference In by Secretary of Commerce Roper had I legation at The Hague, Netherlands. tracks, but almost no trains. One ,j

too much emphasis has been placed minister completed its study of day a passenger train went by'a very -

during the last 15 years on the exportation the matter and Jaid Ends His Life ,After short one), and the driver said to his :i
icy of the United States.
of Industrial products. Failure to Its report before him. '
little daughter: "Baby, that is one of '
recognize the Grau regime, he asserted -. This report will be Killing 3 of FamilyBisbee
railroad trains
the old-time you may
CHESTER DAVIS, who was slated to was actually intervention, since It %' submitted to congress, Ariz.-Paris, L. Savage, six- have read about. In passing through

Mr. Peek: 'as administrator was upholding a minority group and may result In leg- t '-or.e, Sulphur Springs rancher who, the towns we noted that the railroad ,

of the AAA, has been in charge of against the wishes of the people and islation for rigid gov- officers said, killed three members of stations looked shabby' and neglected';

the crop control section. Thouzh lon. a family as of a quarrel, when we crossed a track, the rails

a close friend of Mr. f 1S4 .{ zr 4 telegraph, telephoneand died in a Douglas hospital of self-In- looked rusty. i

Peek, he sided with ;"? FECHNER, director of radio companies, fllcted wounds. '
;fVt.: I I can remember the day when even ,0,
Secretary Wallace emergency conservation work an- the reorganization of ,
]Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Mostellar section foreman was a big man. .
and Assistant Secre- nounced that a great program for education the whole communica- and their : "
five-year-old daughter 001'0'thy 1
His tracks and he
J -- -- are now weedy,
tary Tugwell In the : of the 300,000 men in the civil- ; t Ion s industry and shot
down ich.
S ec'y Roper were on Savage's ra: rarely has more than one hobo under. ,
dispute. However, he 'Ian conservation corps had been approved some huge mergers. After having neighbors notify author- him to cuss at and oppress. 0' .'-

defended Mr. Peek '* by the President and was be- The committee favors 'a trend toward ities of the killings Savage shot him 0 '+G

against assertionsthat : ing put into effect immediately. Edu- monopoly subjected to strict federal <:
{ self.He A tepee Indian from the plains has ': }'!
the latter's presence cational advisers to the number of supervision. Outright government told officers he killed Mrs. Mos ,

in the admInis- ,, 'f:'" on,,< ,Jv' 1.4G5 are being placed in the forest ownership Is an alternative.The tellar after she struck him on the head as much education as I had when I :',,""

tration had delayed work camps and an individual pro- consensus of studies within and began caring for myself, at the age:of :
with stove while he talking ]
tr 1 a poker was r::
prosecution of the v' gram of instruction for each camp Is without the government has been that to her child. twelve or, fourteen ; I knew no more ,

crop control program. being developed. To a considerableextent present conditions are unsatisfactoryboth about making my own way than a rr

He pointed to the Chester Davis I the advisers are drawn from, from the standpoint of national young wolf knows when pushed out z, :

control plans for wheat, cotton, hogs, lists of unemployed teachers that have defense and regulation of such matters Young Negro Girl to of the den In which -It, was born ; : :,4}.

tobacco and other commodities placedin been submitted to Dr. George F. Zook, as rates, and that present restrIc- Hang for Killing Husband That was sixty-six years ago, and I ,_,', ""

operation, and said : federal commissioner of education, by tions give foreign governments an un- have come to believe In every really ''

"The record of the past six months state directors of education. due advantage over the American com- Jackson, Miss.-Execution of a sev- good teaching taught by anybody. I 1,:>"

would have been Impossible withoutthe "It Is the hope of the President munication agencies. enteen-year-old Jackson negro girl was have accepted all such rules because ;0:

continued co-operation of Mr. Mr. Fechner said, "that the educational ordered by the Mississippi i, Supreme they have turned out to be to my ':: "

Peek. It Is absolutely untrue that he program, by emphasizing forestry anarchists started court, and January 17 fixed as the physical advantage and profit. My ',:
obstructed progress." agriculture and like. subjects, will as- SPANISH the a bloody hanging date. The girl, Annie May old savage streak remains at eighty, -)

With Mr. Peek moved to a new sist the men In readjusting themselvesto rev against of the republic in the Harmon, was convicted of killing herhusband but convenience and necessity have -: "
northeastern part and
post, officials associated with him a new mode of lh'lng-to country it soon spread to Madrid country and further Joseph Harmon, on Decem- tamed me; the moral teaching I so ',J; .

were considering plans for' extensive life Instead of city life-and to assist south. There were ber 27, 1032.Hiroshi much objected to as a young savage :"
sanguinary con- _
revision of the methods of handling them In Improving themselves educa- flicts between the rebels and the proved In practical experience, to be ',__'

marketing agreements In the AAA.It tionally and vocationally. troops and police and bombings In the Saito May Be really for my own good, as the fussy. .

has been virtually decided to scrap "A great number of the young men elsewhere old people said.
capital and were frequent.
the two main divisions, crop control In these camps arrived at working age Envoy<< to Washington .
killed In
and and at time there Scores were, street, fighting, Tokio.-A Rengo (Japanese News
processing marketing. a when were no Jobs. ) .
and hundreds of agitators were placed ,1 have traveled many wrong roads, N,
Many of them had meager educational agency dispatch said It had been
under arrest After several days of and been compelled to turn back.0 ,
AGRICULTURAL leaders from all advantages. We propose to give these learned that Foreign Minister Kokl -
ineffectual efforts to overcome the Early, men found a world without
In Chicagofor men a chance at an education and to Hirota had decided to name Hiroshi
civil guards the anarchists resortedto ruts, and were compelled to venture
the annual convention of the Amer- furnish them vocational guidance Saito, now Japanese minister to the
their strongest and more with less experience. Their venturing :
ican Farm Bureau federation, and gave which will aid them to earn a living" pro- Netherlands, as ambassador to Wash-
nation-wide discovered and established the
claimed '
their full support and approval to the The opportunity for education will revolutionarystrike. ington.
The order'' was Issued present easier highways we call beaten
farm relief policies of the President., be offered to all members of the corps throughthe
National Confederation of paths. I have profound re-
Edward A. O'Neal president of' the but participation In the courses of In- Labor, Japan Lays Keel of Cruiser
Is controlled the for beaten entries ina
which by spect as
syndicalists. paths
federation called the federal farm ad- struction will not be mandatory. Yokosuka
For four days the fighting contin- Japan.-The keel of the book. If beaten has
guide a path
justment act the "Magna Charta of The available working hours on for Suzuya, third' of the class of 8,500-
tied and then the
government an- difficulties, travelers soon encountera
agriculture, saying that "at last farm- estry projects-40 hours per week- ton light cruisers Is constructIng
nounced that both the revolt and the Japan plain sign so declaring, with a finger -
ers have the machinery and the powerto will not be disturbed. The plan Is to
was at the naval
base here.
general strike had failed.
obtain a fair share of the consum- utilize hours other than normal work- pointing out the best'detour..
C 1SJ3, western Newspaper Union.

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And you never find fault around

f =r FOR ACREAGE CUTS the house '
e "What's the ?" Mr.
use rejoined
too. r C Queen Anne's Lace Meekton. "Henrietta is home hardly

: I They Received Seven Months.$115,032,938in enough to notice It If I did."


By Frances Parkinson Keyes _i of Washin$115.032.1)38 ton.-Actual have been cash payments made to Great ComplexionSecret

farmers during the first seven months' !
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/\ -; -- operation of the agricultural adjust T her friend she conesscdthesea'etof; -
:', = Frances Parkinson Keyes WNU Scrvlca. =- ment act. :: l ( her
r -- 4 y" flawless clear white skin.
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iilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill mimiimmmiuimiimimiimiiimimmiii [111111111 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111 IK wheat cotton and tobacco farmers In :;. T' .: that hide blotches no cosmetic,pimples would orsallowncss.

CHAPTER I Just three years ago today sense your belt chocolate-colored shoes. Evidently return for contracts to reduce acreage ':-- .:1/ the secretof. She real-found complexion
;:. '. Aunt Sarah passed away. I presume he had arrived during her absence planted to those crops during 1931.In \ ."- ", beauty in NR
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t ben so took thlnkln' about and where she had addition. Indirect cash returns to .ji'- :'e' ;. abletsNature'sRem.a. -
; 'Anne-Anne-where be ye?" ye've up on being Informed ; edy.Theycleansedand
f::""::. It.was; the third time the shrill in this dance ye're goin' .to. ye ain't" gone, had followed her. UnconscIous. farmers' have resulted from the drawIng gish cleared bowel the eliminative action-drove tract-corrected out the poisonous slug-
":: : ... .., sist'etfi 'call had penetrated to the hot thought of the dead. Maybe ye'd' like ly, she had spoken aloud and he had up and placing In effect of 24 mar- wastes. She felt better too.full of pep.tingling
1..:. .' to go down and take 'em off the grave," ,heard her. keting agreements, 13 of '''which con. with vitality. Try this mild safe dependable,
t,; .,> little attic room. Twice the girl who milk'In all-vegetable corrective tonight. See your complexion -
i': ... '. heard it had disregarded it. Now shWi' she ended with supreme scorn. I "You look great anyway I don't see cerned that many" cities. Secretary improve
: ," '. '. "I If I had time the I why should about flowers." Wallace estimated that the milk see headaches
....::. ,jerked open. the door and answered."I'm ._ would. girl you worry had dullness vanish TOrNICHT
: .. upstairs-undressing." burst out fiercely. "You knew how' "Do you honestly think so?" agreements brought an average At all druggists'nly25c. ."TOMORROW AtaCtiT
t'(" .
:{ "Hev ye fed the hens' much" I wanted them-and they'remine "Well I guessI do !1" Increase of 40 cents per hundred -

p-,_:. .Yes". anyway '1 bought the seeds There was not the slightest doubt of: pounds in the price paid to farmersfor "TOMS" Quick.relief heartburn-for acid Only indigestion. lOco-
: : and and I've tended the earnestness of George's admiration. raw milk.
: "Did ye fasten the gate .after ye? planted them
j: ': ':', "Yes." them. They won't do Aunt Sarah any Anne veered away from a more tangI- The cotton. acreage ,reduction pro.
'. ':' "I ben good and they were all I had !I" ble proof' of It. gram has thus far resulted In the pay-
lookln'' at the string beans. '
r'I think there's enough ter start can- Her mother remained entirely unmoved "But those flowers would be pretty.. ment 1,012,200 farmers of $109.6SG.- After Five Years'Suffering ?
520. The farm administration has
Q" nln'. Couldn't ye come down an' pick ; clearly the matter of ,the Could you climb through the barbed
.,' a'few afore It gits dark?" beans still rankled ; but her father wire and get me some, or would, you said these payments' have stimulated and
hurt clothes local business In 800 southern counties;
of the of
glimpsed something tragedy your
'"Oh, Mummer I It's late now I I've
C her George hesitated, ''torn between his and all have not been'made yet since
disappointment EmbarrassmentCuticura
.r: barely" ,tlme-; ,.'tp get ready beforeGeorgg'1
1.142.115 contracts been
have signed
NaDnie-wha"t desire to serve and his consciousness
does few ,
"Shucks a
: here! I'll them toy
; lh,be pick -
by cotton farmers but have not
of the twenty-nlne-flfty earned by the
night" flowers matter If ye hev to hev flowers -
;: morrpw; : been appro\ed. Healed
-.There there's some roses left still on sweat of his brow, which he had so
silence withr
: was a fraught
r-. I .pp.royal. that bush down the lane by the med- recently expended on his new "pepperand The wheat acreage reduction pro.
'? $ der. They're kinder' gone by, but 1 salt" suit which he was now wear gram Is barely under way, with only "Eczema spread all over my ears
"Won't that do? guess they'd answer. 'Twouldn't take iDg'for the first time., 77,021 farmers having been sent and finally into my hair. It was la

t. .' "I' s'pose so. Seems to me 'twould ye long to run down there and see." "Would It take too long to, go round checks out of 587,213 who have signed dry scales that would reappear as fast
: be :a-::good thing to can 'em whenthey're for contracts. The 77 as removed and hair
"Sol you go! I'll get my skirts all by the gate We could let down the applications ,- my fell out. My
'i : fit, but I know that don't count dusty 1""Hold bars and go round Inter the medder. 021 whose'contracts have been approved ears were very red and I lost much

1'.1. : none In.your jedgment when you want 'em up an' ye won't. I can't We could both go." have been paid S4.33S.434 out sleep from constant Irritation. I
to go' to a dance." of the total of $70,000,000 which is could hardly keep from scratching.
pick flowers roses leastwise. The "Oh, George, you're just like all the
l' "". :. Anne.blt her lip..and went on with pesky thorns stick Inter me so, I get others You never can do anything available for payments. These pay- "After five years of suffering and
t:. :" her undressing. The cheap little alarm to hollerin' an' let go an'-" quick !I""Now ments have been made In 359! countiesout embarrassment I read about Cuti

clock, ticking away on the pine bureau "Sam won't you?" Anne don't get mad. I only of the 1,450 which are concerned' in cura Soap and Ointment and sent
i i \''". .warned her that'' she'oust hurry. Sam gave a deep groan reminiscentof thought" the program. for a free sample. After a few applications -

k::.% 4 She filled the heavy, cracked white too much supper. "Them cucumbers "Oh, I know what you thoughtthesame A total of $1,007,078! has been paidto I began to feel greatly'

'. ". ". basin 'from 'the heavy, 'cracked white I et don't seem to lay Jest right" as I know what Pupper and Mum- 10,381 growers of flue cured tobacco relieved so I bought more, and after
pitcher. he objected graphically, "or mebbe mer and Sol and Sam think You've out of 106,000 who have already using three cakes of Soap and two
:;'.'''..." A" sculptor would have used her as 'twas the blueberry pie. I'd rather set got about as much action between you signed contracts or have made application boxes of Ointment I was healed."

c .. a model for a bathing nymph, with a still for a spell then go weedchasln'. as Aunt Sarah I" for them. (Signed) Mrs Bertha ,H. Whitaker,
l: delighted prayer of thanksgiving to I ben workln' hard all day,. anyway.I "Why she's been dead three years-" The corn hog reduction program !sin lit. 1, Nevada, Iowa, Feb. 10, 1933.
V. Providence; fer*giving .him so perfecta -" "I know It That's what I meant I Its initial stages.A Soap 25c. Ointment 25c and 50c.

subject. For she was slim and "All right! You just wait till 1 ever You can't even see that !-come on total of $350,000,000 Is availablefor Talcum 25c. Proprietors( : Potter

t. .straight ,and supple as exquisitelywhiteskinned help you with anything again Either' then we'll go"round by the gate." benefit payments to farmers who Drug & Chemical Corp., Maiden

Ii as she was finely of you !l' You'll see-" "Honest, Anne"- reduce their corn acreage by 20 per Mass.-Adv.

formed, except for the tan on soft forearm She was gone, .a blur of pink and "For Heaven's sake, come on Do cent and their number of hogs In '934
and softer neck. But to herself, gold down the lane to the meadow you 'want to get to that party before by 25 per cent. Farmers numbering
from the human
Worm expelled
she was simply a hot, tired girl hasten where the rose bush clambered, pricklyand they start playing 'Home Sweet. 2,000.000: will have an opportunity to system with Dr. P ery's Vermifuge dead
[ Ing to make herself clean and cool parched, over a. decaying fence. Home'?" participate in this program.WASHINGTON Shot. One single All Druggists dose does.the trick. We.
to go out with the young farmer whose It was as her father had said, not far "I don't care, Anne, so long as I can
place adjoined her father's, and whom But Anne hated the white powder of be with you.' Dr Peer 'SVermifu

,t both 'had long taken for granted she dust on her shiny black shoes the tiny He put his arm about her. She did I BRIEFS I
would 'eventually marry. She would beads of perspiration which, with her not actually shake it off, but her lack

I 'r have'likedofee1' naturally that she haste gathered on her face ; most ,of of mental response ,to his caress was President Roosevelt accepted the e
I I ; could"make: herself beautiful as well all she Indiffer- marked that
hated the laziness and so a physical withdrawal resignation of Thomas Hewes as assistant Weights Mil Co. 100 Gold Street N. Y. City
as clean and cool ; but that seemed ence on the part of her family which would really have been less chilling. secretary of the treasury.

t almost too much to hope. However had made her quest necessary. "Help me pick some of: these flow.

she did' her best She dusted herself "They might do something to help ers then so we can start." i Eggs were added to the list of food WARGErjARS/'S._ASK FOR IT BY NAME
with talcum powder from a highly colored me, once In a while But they never For a moment they pulled away I to be given the needy with the federal !
can stamped In an "oriental design do, never! When I do all I can for silently, at the white blossoms. Then emergency relief administration 5C AND IOC.- WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY'
," and rubbed her neck with "rose them It isn't fair-" Anne laughed-laughed so Joyouslythat ordering the surplus relief corporationto WHy PAY MOi\.E. ALSO IN TlIIStS 10.

perfume" from a still more highly In her anger she attacked the unoffending George realized with a bounding buy 12,000,000 dozen.

colored bottle. These toilet perquisiteshad rosebush with more vehem- heart, that her vexation must be pass-
been purchased, at. the total ex. ence than caution, and pricked her Harry L. Hopkins civil works ad-
pendlture of fifty'cents which she finger. She whipped it swiftly to her Ing."Do you know the name of these ministrator, has approved a farm-
could 111-afford to squander and she mouth. But she was not quick enough ; flowers?" housing survey designed to employ Head

knew they must- be reserved for great a drop of blood had fallen on her "No-I never heard. They're kind 4,912 workers,. chiefly women In all

." occasions only, .If she were to Justify bodice Just above the waist-line. of a pest, I s'pose-but they're pretty. states and the District of Columbia.
her extravagance.to herself. But this "Now I've got to get something to They don't seem to belong, someway COLDSt
really did seem a sufficiently great oc- cover that-and there aren't enough with the dust and weeds and rocks. President Roosevelt approved recommendations t
casion. Then she put on her "best un- rosesOh, what shall I do?" They're kinder like lace." of the naval election board

-,. derclothes," made of lansdowne em- "Why don't you take some of that "That's what they're calledQueenAnne's for the promotion of 11 captains to

broIdered-by herself-with sprays of white flower growln on the other side Lace. It's funny, Isn't It, my be rear admirals and 28 commandersto Put Menlholafum In
forget-me-nots, and trimmed with cro- of the fence In the medder, and put It .. Ill
name 1 mean and wearing them and be captains In the navy. The selections the nostrils 1o relieve
cheted lace which she had made her- with yer roses? It's kinder large- finding them In a place like this, and must be confirmed by the III congestion and clear
self; her one pair of silk stockings that'll cover up yer spot." not hayIng anything else pretty". senate. the breathing passages.EvenCosmetics.
-"._ originally white but grown yellow Anne wheeled about. George Hil-
She held a spray up against her face,
I 1-; from many washings, and carefully dreth, who was to take her to the smiling as the soft white blossoms Permits for the Immediate Importation
" E' darned ; black patent leather slippers, party, was standing beside her. His brushed her cheeks. Then she broke of about 5,000,000 gallons of
somewhat cracked and shapeless.came round, red and rather flat face shone off the stems and twisting them In foreign wines and whiskies have been
next; then a pink silk muslin dress, with soap and scrubbing. He was the thorny roses thrust them .Into her Issued to about 800 importing firms In
with a knot of .black velvet'n one dressed In his best a garnet pin In his belt. this country, Joseph H. Choate, Jr.,

shoulder, and ablack velvet sash, spotted tie, a monogram buckle _on his (TO BE CONTINUED.) the federal liquor czar announced.A .
made from an old "sacque". of her

mother's, carefully steamed, pressed, .-'.-'.-'.-'.-::,...r'J-'.-'/ '/'/ '/ /'.-'.-'.-'.-'.-'.-'.-'.-'.-'/ 'J-' -."-/ / '/ / production I adjustment program can't do this!
and recut-she had read In the "Sym- designed/ to limit the 1934 burley to- D
posium of Styles" that "a touch of bacco to approximately 250,000-
black was always very Frenchy." Last Bird Authorities Defend the Crow; 000 pounds crop and Improve prices to 0
of all, she loosened and rewound her announced the agricultural -
Oppose Bounties and Open Warfare"Crows growers was by
hair, and added another knot of vel- administration. Rouge.creams and powders only
... adjustment htdt complexion blemishes. TboyFOR
vet to its shining coils. to don't get at ono of Its frequent
Growers who sign agreements reduce WRITE .
"I'm glad I've got some flowers to are not nearly as black as signal successes. In spite of endless their acreage will receive about FREE causes bowels-with constipation Garfield Tear Flash and the
they are painted" Robert P. AI and widespread there has yourself of tbo wastes Unit of ton
wear," she said to herself, as she surveyed says persecution $15.000,000 from the government. SAMPLE doe pores and result In blotchy.
!. the results of her efforts In the len field Investigator for the National doubtless been no decrease In num GARFIELD CO. cnJptedcompJoxlon.AwcclIottblsTEA 'internal beauty treatment": will
*" small blurred glass over the wash- Association of Audubon Societies "and bers. Long ago, Henry Thoreau, the Brooklyn astonish;yon. tOlUlt'ht.Pl4in.
English Fire Tragedy Nw York or in tea bags, at your drug store)
stand. "I will have a real flower'gar. often their food habits render 'them quaint hermit of Welden Pond wrote

den some day; even If Pupper and I either harmless or actually beneficial." of the crow: "This bird sees the Brings Death to Two

Muuimer do thInk' It's a waste'of time Mr. Allen completed studies of crowsIn white man come and the Indian withdraws London.-Fire which swept with

and space I know, there are enough Connecticut, and the stomach con but It withdraws not. Its un- lightning speed through "The Heronry -
sweet peas. I haven't picked them for tents of wintering crows were exam- tamed voice !is still heard above the ," Hampshire country home of Le-
three days on purpose." ined by experts of the biological surey. tinkling of the forge. It sees a race aDder J. McCormick son of L. Hamilton

She was down the steep narrow I >' He says: "Such studies of pass away, but It passes not away. McCormick of Chicago before'day-
staircase In one 'swift rush of color course throw no light upon the food It remains, to remind us of our abo- break burned to death the duke de la it

and motion, across the kitchen out of of the crow during" other seasons of riginal nature." Tremoille, a French nobleman and
the rusty screen door half, hanging on the year when In addition to a varied was responsible for the death of: Capt. i
over. the diet some of which Is beneficial to of Lord Rod-
its hinges scraggly yard to Standard English Words James Rodney brother l
the still more scraggly garden. The man's Interests It also takes a con Standard English words are those ney. Captain Rodney died' of Injuries
, line of scanty siderable toll of the eggs and youngof he with his wife I IP4 Il
, d one sweet-pea vines Incorporated In the language by authority received when leaped !
... grOvlog'close beside. the flourishing both game and 'song birds. Its destructive custom or general consent, from a window.
string beans was completely stripped habits which often are quite says Pathfinder Magazine. All good Mrs. Rodney, formerly Frances
of blossoms. Anne dashed from the noticeable are responsible for the unabridged dictionaries have marks to Strickland Oldham Lovell of Seattle, 044 Oq
'' garden to the narrow front porch, measures taken for its control." distinguish foreign and obsolete words former. American society writer, suffered 1

", where, their labors for the day ended, The Audubon association contends while slang terms colloquialisms and a fractured spine.
her parents and her two small broth- that this control shall be local In.character words having a purely technical meanIng -
ers, Sol and Sam were taking their and be carried out under the are also so designated. All other Belgian Senate Votes
ease In unwashed relaxation. supervision of properly constituted au words listed may be accepted as.standard .
sweet thorities. It Is the $158,390,000 for Forts World's Largest Seller at t Oil,
\ "Who picked my peas? she opposed to payment English words or their variants.'
demanded accusingly. "You all knewI of bounties on crows or other Do and did, for Instance are variantsof Brussels.-The senate voted appro- '
was saving them for tonight, and species of birds and combats state:and the same word-the verb to do. It priation of 759,000,000 francs (about ASK FOR IT BY NAME *

they're gone." v nationwide crow,shoots. Mr. Allen Is essential that an up-to-date dictionary $158,390,000) In extraordinary creditsfor .
"I picked 'em," announced Mrs. makes this Interesting comment on be used, since the language Is fortifications along Belgium's east-
Chamberlain, rocking heavily. "I took crows: constantly changing. Camouflage, for ern border and for ammunition and
'em down to the cemetery an' put 'em "Among all our native birds the Instance Is now standard English, although equipment.

on your Aunt Sarah's grave. It's crow Is doubtless one of nature's most It was not prior to World war. .. ."
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Don't' Ask for Credit. The World tain had on Saturday was secured'

The Clewiston News might Come to an End, and We don't only after a three-hour chase In the '.:;:

i I TOO LATE TO L BY want to Chase You all over Hell to territory back of Lake Jackson.-Se- ,
,Published every Friday in Clewiston, ,
8 I Collect. bring American. -

Inc. I A Melbourne shoe dealer had an It remains for the Punta Gorda

Keathlcy Bowden, Editor I unwelcome visitor in the form of a Herald, however, to publish the prize '.'

probably remember the yarn I good old ship, battered and skunk that somehow got into his story of the week:

about a timid old lady who was taking shaken, plowed steadily on. store and stayed a couple ,of days. "Dr. Steely and Bill Sparks went

Entered as second class mail mat- her ,first trip on an ocean liner. So it is with most of us today. We Mien the proprietor found it asleep hunting the other day, they say, and

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post The second day out a terrible storm have been riding a severe storm. We in a shoe box he promptly tossed it I I had very little luck in the day ,when '

Office in Clewiston, Florida,' under came up and the sturdy ship was have listened to the wail of the into the street. Strange to say, he' the doctor's dog, Joe, began to acts

the Act'of March 3, 1897. rocked from stem to stern. It tossed calamity howlers, heard words ,of en- found his business increased after though he had located some birds. --

about like a cork. Giant waves swept couragement from cooler: heads, and that. Even such doubtful form of But the dog suddenly disappeared ;

i over the deck while the passengers now the dark clouds of night are advertising seems to pay. If you are from sight. The hunters started In .,
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. clustered about in fearsome groups." fading in a grey dawn that heraldsthe not enjoying all the business you can the direction in which the dog had

i Advertising rates on application. It was a serious situation and no- coming of a bright and cheery handle, we suggest some advertising, been last seen when a single bird :

body knew it better than the grizzledold day. but feel that newspaper display mightbe flew up directly In front of them. -

Devoted 'to the advancement and Captain who stood, on the bridge It, has been an experience to try a much more pleasant ad than Dr., Steeh got the bird. Then another }

welfare of Clewiston and, Hendry directing the well trained crew. As men's souls, but we have the firm playing host to a skunk for a few flew up and Bill brought it down. '"
the fury of the storm increased it assurance of the Captain that the days. This was repeated until each had1 '

County. seemed that the ship could not pos- storm will pass. Reason and experi- *. killed eight birds, and no more were-

sibly withstand the terrific strain. ence tell us, that he is right. "It always We don't intend to run a sports- forthcoming. The men went to investigate

While you are making your New Among the, frightened passengerswere I, has". man's column, but we ran across and found the dog standIng '

Years Resolutions don't forget to those who knew the ship would As we tear the last sheet from four items all in current papers of beside a bird trap, from which he

pray for persistence and perseverenceto sink.: They wept and prayed and the old calendar and throw the old nearby towns, that,are so unusual we had permitted the birds to escapeone

live up to them. pictured over and over the horror of Scoreboard for 1933 into the waste cannot resist copying them. Here at a time. This Is the second ,.

the disaster that would soon be upon basket of the past, let us put our they are,. strange and unusual experience of

There's more than one way to them. Others, equally as concernedand I faith and hope in the year that lies One Shot; Two Turkeys Dr. Steely with his dog."

bring back prosperity. Vero Beach, with just as much at stake, remained ahead. In a hunting trip over the week-
for instance is shipping carloads of calm. They spoke words of Such hope and faith is justified. end in the Devil's Garden country Do You Blame Her?

dandelions to New York. faith and encouragement and predicted Things really are better., Individual Sinclair Bales upheld his reputationfor

that the Captain would bring them avarice and greed, which,brought freak shots by killing two turkeys In Trenton, N. J., Florence Den-

The cow reigns supreme,-at leaston through safely. this nation to its prayerfUl knees, is with one shot. Sinclair said that man, S3, sued Aaron Denman, 67,

Florida highways, and here's one The timid old lady heard the being slowly driven back, but these he saw the ,dim outline of a turkey for separate maintenance, charged

motorist who doesn't crave to dispute calamity howlers and her heart sank. stubborn foes cannot be conqueredin through the heavy foliage of an oak that he had bought her. aft{; automobile .

the right of way with one. Then she listened to the words of a day. tree and fired. He saw the bird fall then chained It to afbeam

hope and cheer and her faith was 1934 gives promise of being a wonderful and when he went to pick it up found in a barn so she could nev r--Use It, ,

It was a Merry Christmas for the momentarily restored. Just then the year for Florida. Tourists are two turkey hens kicking their last. that he had not spoken to 'her since '

editor last week. Our ads and Christ- Captain appeared. Rushing 'up to him already here in greater numbers than Last season Sinclair had much the 1927, that he smeared grease: on the

mas greeting displays crowded the she cried: "Captain, Captain, do you for many years. Business,,;'In most same kind of an experience when he kitchen floor after it had been scrub-

editorials and local happenings on- think the storm will ever cease"? every line shows steady improvement. shot at a big gobbler and missed. bed, that he refused to buy coal In

to the back page.If Weary from the strain, his nerves Federal funds are giving employ- The turkey flew and when he went winter, sat on the porch while she
turnedto )I ment to thousands and at the firewood took the bulbs
taunt, the old sea veteran ,same forward to where it had been, In chopped ,
and calmly replied: "Well Madam, time will provide the state with many out of the radio, gave away the family -
don't believe prosperity is i some grass in a cabbage palm ham-
you it always has". worthwhile improvements, needed vegetables, hid the food In the
mock he found two dead hens.-
at hand, you haven't thought of how ,
many people have noticed that' 1934 His simple answer, so direct, con- I airports and landing fields, parks, Moore Haven Democrat. garage.-Time.
fident and sure, struck a responsive playgrounds, public buildings and
tags don't fit 1934 cars. The idea of
chord in the troubled hearts of the' roads, all of which in the years to-
I Keltic Croat
people having either these days is a If You Doubt This Fish Tale, See Symbol
passengers. Someone laughed and come will serve to attract and hold
sign of prosperity.Bachelors Bert, Bassage Keltic crosses are such as were
then everyone was laughing. Of private industrial development and
Bert Bassage, a local fisherman, found on the Blessed Isle, one of the ,
course the storm would pass, they stimulate greater tourist trade.
are respectfully referredto reports a unique catch in a local lake. Hebrides group known as lona; Some '
always did, and this one was no ex- 1934 is a year to look forward to, '
the town Wauchula, which has, Bert had caught a small bream and authorities believe that the_ ,;clrcular '
ception.It a year bright with promise. Our job '
+ according to the Advocate, a larger was about to pull his catch in whena symbol,, which appears at the:-cennec- .
did pass with the arrival of the is to recognize the opportunity it
of unmarried females over catfish came along and gobbled Lion of the upright beam and the
proportion up
dawn. The winds no longer howled. brings and make the most of it.Don't .
15 of any town in Florida. Go to the,bream. Somewhat surprised at his cross-beam, Is the sign of the Sun.LM'QoUsi.
Angry seas were calmed and a friendly just say "Happy-New Year"Do ,
Wauchula man. luck, Bert started to pull in his
young :
sun appeared above the horizon. your part to'make it so.
I double-barreled catch when a big ; 1' '

One man, returning from a hunt- -- -- -----,---- mouth bass came swimming along :

ing trip to, the Big Cypress, tells with: the job. There have been rumors .%*%*%*J..*..J..i..i..J..*M>*..*..*..*:::=*;.*..*..*..*..*M>*..*..*..**'*:. and seized the catfish and bream asa
me "the road was so crooked we of opposition candidates againstJr. pleasing morsel. Bert pulled in the Counselor and Attorney at Law '

wore out our battery honking at our Peterson for the place but we big-mouth bass and is now wonder-

own tail light." And he quoted his io not think that they will material- RAMBLINGS. ing whether he was bream fishing, Hopkins Building ,

companion to the effect that the mud 'ze. Mr. Peterson has done more in cat-fishing or bass fishing.P. .

from the rear wheels splashed themin in office than his S. We can vouch for the truthof Wednesdays and Saturdays
one year predecessors .:N:...N.N.N:N.:.:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N N. N. :N N.M:N:N:N.N.. 9:30 to
Stuart this
the face.- News. ; have done in a whole term of ', story.-Sebring American., 4:00 ;.

years. He has gone out and contacted We heard the world's best simile

Talking about gentle hints, this 'very county in his district, has over the radio the other night (think :Maynard, Some Hunter Watches Clocks, Jewelry .

from an exchange could hardly be answered every call for help and as- it was Lowell Thomas: speaking."As .)- Capt. W. R. Maynard ,hove into Jewelry Repairing }

missed. It is said that a hard-boiled sistance requested of him that required much chance as Hitler has of town afternoon with
farmer put this ad in his local paper: Saturday a W. H. 'MERRITTWATCILIIAKER'
attention; he has writ- being elected king of Jerusalem"was beautiful fox
gray hanging on the
"If the party who was at my hen- ten thousands of letters in ,effortsto the simile, and if you can thinkup front of his car., The fox weighed & JEWELER -,:
roost last night is found there an-
help people of the district who a better one, let us know and about 16 pounds and beauty. Rear or .
was a
other night he will also be found
wanted one thing or another,. many we'll publish it next week right at This makes the sixty-fifth fox the Clewiston Drug. Company
there next .
morningArcadian.Christmas "
of them asking the impossible and the head of this column. Captain has killed within the past CLEWISTON FLORIDA ;
/et this young congressman has donea *
13 months. this
was happier' in many During period he P. O1. Box 521 : ;
families work that we doubt few men in An original sign was the placard has also put 16 wild cats out of bus-
than for many years. The this "We Are Here To
period could have Stal'
CWA, (thanks to FDR) was partly Because of the fact accomplished.that he has displayed in a Tampa filling station: iness. The specimen which the Cap J .

but old Father Time is .
responsible, ,
done his work so well and has demonstrated "
due some of the credit for so arrang- his ability to follow \

ing the calendar that Christmas Eve ,'. i
through and properly look after .:. ..i'r :: 'i-
fell on Sunday, enabling many men the business of the district and the '- .s. 'tn -

the to spend first time it with in'many their years.families for office seems, coming to us under that it his would supervisionit be no : An Attractive Clewiston Home- ," :H

more than right that J. ,Hardin :;: :;: :;: :;:

John Floridians D. Rockefeller regret that seems a cold unable which to forced Peterson'to make be honored a campaign by not next being year ::!:: *y W e' .Helped, Build :;: *

conquer may prevent his spendinghis but that he be given time to further .;. ::: .;. :y t: ':J1

customary: winter at his Ormond show what he can do In the serviceof :t: .:. ::: :. i.
Beach home. We all believe plenty of y 'ft
the district he represents.Lakeland .. .. y
good Florida sunshine would help News. .:. .:. .s. .s.. (,. ,
the 94 year old philanthropist to regain :' .. .t.': ,.;;,
his strength and that he
II. y
may not have the opportunity to obtafn M .:. ,

.- it.And. y
Florida newspaper has changed y
+ ::: .. .;. ::: .
-, it was a Merry Christmas indeed hand-on a bet. That's somethingnew ::: .;. :'><" ', ::1: .;.
in Florida
even journalism
y "
in Japan. The Honorable Stork .i. .2.
answered: the intense prayers of a which is noted for peculiar ,develop- ; : :s: 1 r f .;. ::1:_ ,

nation and presented the Emperorand ments. A t ':;: : \

Empress with a boy, who is the We referred a few days ago to the I, ..;.. ::: .;. ::: .
legitimate heir to the throne and ... .:., .. .I. -
: ,
retirement of Howard Sharp-as Pub- .:. .:. .. .
may some day be the 125th mikado. ;I .:. S .. .. .
And after fooling them with a girl lished of the Everglades News, at :i..!. .:.. 4' ,, ..!.. .!. I' ":':
.. .. .
four times, the honorable stork received Canal Point, deploring his loss to the I .. .. .. .. ':;
.2 .t. r:
I.t. : :
plenty thanks for his deed. 'state and the : '
profession. We now .. .:. .. .s".. : ,
: .:. : ',.; .
have the announcement that Sharp + ::: : "
Those theft-proof license tags are .. ::: : .
:has: delivered his paper into the capable :.:: .. .:. .:. 'L
not only hard to but .:. : .
remove hardto .. .. .:.. "'.
get, said the Wauchula Advocate. : hands of Keathley Bowden. We .S. .::.' .:. .'. ': :;"-
.:. '' 1 i it .:. .. '
Specially right after Christmas, butIt rust we are not violating a con- .;. : I : ; "':; s
::: :: / .
:: :
has '. I
remained for the "Junior ffdence when we make public that ... '. "
Editor" of the Kissiinmee Gazette .:. .. c' _.:....
to = .
voice our almost universal complaint the terms of the .transfer are sim- ..:.. '.i'!. ::1; ; .. : ..U;. r,.",;;,

ply these: Sharp bets Bowden that .. '
along that line. The Jr. Ed: says :. y .;. j ;
.. .:.
.. ,
tags shouldn't go into effect the.first he can't operate the News for one .:. .:. --.:. .. t--
t ; :
of January, but along in July or year and make expenses. Bowden 1 .,:.. .':-. : .. .. .-..' a roiMh Jy'XMt d yKYiGY3 jS.. ..s.. ..1.. 'j.s. .' .
sometime like that when our fin- takes .the bet. If Bowden runs the ._:. .:. K' : .:. ;. ','
ances haven't been depleted to help .;. '_' os9exa a A w::' A'ilNn':L t fvi ."i... .. ..., ,! '"t.s.
: .. "
News a year without going "in the, .. .1. '" '
f ,"
,. ,
Santa Claus along: Of course, careful ::: .:. : c + .j. :
red", then the paper is his, in fee .:. .i. .. .1. : J'
budgeting .
months in .:. .. ..
: ;0 ; .: '
the year would provide a proper fund simple, without further payment or ,. .s. ." ..

for such things as Christmas and obligation. If not, Bowden gets his ... 'Yr. .Y. .t.
license tags, but we're all human year's experience for his trouble, and
after all, so why bring that up? the paper goes back to Sharp. H We Can Help You To Own A Home H:
That's novel kind of
a newspaperdeal
RETURN PETERSON and ought to attract attention '

WITHOUT OPPOSITION both throughout contracting the parties country.as we Liking do. t:!! Clewiston Home Building Association Ii .

This is being written now becausewe we decline to say which one vrn hop" f
have had time to see just what wins the bet.-Tampa Morning I .! '.!! ...;.. ..t.!.
the "attorney from Polk" could do Tribune

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.tee The Paul Deams had their family times.; adventures, through Brooks and 1 lays a copy on the doorstep. Approved -

Christmas reunion in West Palm These words are in precise parallel Kelly Field and with the-94th Pur- by teachers and 'educators, and

LPersonalMention I Beach with Paul's denunciation of Judaiz- suit on cross-country hops,, target endorsed by high school America, the

ing teachers In Gal. 1:7,9 ; 5: 12: practice, and formation flying, will magazine can solve your Christmas

Marvin Altma'n popular member of 2 Cor. 11: 13; 2:17. The persistentand be delighted to learn that Jimmie' shopping difficulties.

L Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Satin'ie went Clewiston high school basket' ball malicious 'opposition' which they Rhodes has returned to the magazine -: The subscription price is $2.00 for

to Miami for Christmas. team of two years ago, called on maintained against him sufficiently The new series takes him to one year. Until January 1, you may

old friends this week. Marvin is now' accounts for the fiery vehemence of Haiti where a revolution is take out a three-year subscriptionfor

Al Hackett spent his vacation with attending the Ocala high school. his language. To surrender to their I ing. impend-I $3.00, a saving of $3.00 over

his ,brother',in Bradenton. teaching was really to renounce the The American Boy- the oneyear.rat. for three years.

Mrs. Roy M. Sands and two daugh- most precious gift or"the gospel, panion, filled with the adventure I After January 1, this ,three-year rate

Miss Ulla Jacobson has returned ters arrived from Columbus, 0., to namely, 'the glorious liberty of the every boy craves with the informa-I(I will be withdrawn. Mail your order
spend the holidays with Mr. Sands. sons of God.' These people taught tion he needs and the advice 'on
from her..visit in Limona.! I I direct to the American BoyYouth'sCompanion !
o The Sands family and Mr. and Mrs.C. that Christians must observe all the hobbies and sports he is always seek-

; F. Vaughn went to Miami for Jewish formal religious rights while ing is the ideal present for that 7430 Second, Blvd., ,Del .

Charles Lovvorn spent Christmas Christmas. Paul taught the all sufficiency of son, cousin, .nephew! and chum. It's :.l tioit, Mich.! Service ,on your subscription

with his parents In Okeechobee. the salvation wrought for us by the kind of present that renews itself will start with the issue you

and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer Christ the I ,
Mr. on cross. mailman specify. '
I every month when the
Robert Coker has returned from a entertained Mr. Redelsheimer's, mo- "For we are the' circumcision,
,, .
visit with his parents in Biloxi, Miss. ther, Mrs. C., W. Wertheim, 'of Jacksonville which worship God in the spirit, and ----

I and his grandmother, Mrs. rejoice in Christ Jesus, and have no

Lt. R. Sealey spent his holiday in i M. J. Chapman, of Hazelhurst, Ga., confidence in the flesh. Though I

Fort Myers with his wife and daughter. during the holidays. might also have confidence in the

flesh. If any other man thinketh that : Hth'
The Mark Lawlers were at home he hath whereof he 'might trust in -: '

Mr. and Mrs.. C. F. Goodman are Christmas day. Dinner, guests were the flesh, I more: Circumcised the : Let" ':' :': '

visiting their daughter in Gaines Miss Helen Sawyer and Miss Grayof eighth day, of the stock of Israel \ '

ville. Fort ,Myers and Count Harvey of the tribe of Benjamin, a Hebrewof

Sidney Hoover and Harry Armstrong the Hebrews; as' touching the -

spent the evening with them. law, a Pharisee; concerning zeal, ,-
Kettl Christmas with
John spent
I. persecuting the church; touching the
sister Mrs. Yon in South
his George ,
Guests at the Beardsley home over righteousness which is in the law, car speak "

Bay. the week-end included Mr. and Mrs blameless. But what things were

C. E. Robbins and two children of gain to me,' those I counted loss
went to West Palm
Buck West Palm Beach, and Mrs. L. H. for Christ. Yea doubtless, and I count
Beach to visit his mother and brother Mrs
Robbins. Robbins has recently all things but loss for the excellencyof

Christmas. arrived from .'Chicago and will con- the knowledge of Christ Jesus my for itself '

tinue her visit with her daughter, Lord: for whom I have' suffered the '
"t ' Mrs. Jim Beardsley. loss of all things and do count them
her parents in ,West Palm Beach the
hut dung., that__n__ I_ _mav__.. win__ __ ChrisL"_______
past week-end. The W. C. Hookers joined big
l a Paul gave up those advantages, as

family reunion at the Steve Hooker member of a prominent family, a
R. A. Broadfoot and J. Lofton of
c place near Boar Hammock for membership in the highest court of
Hotel went to Miami
the Watanabe
k 'I Christmas. Enroute to the same reunion the Jews reputation for loyalty to
t'I :,. for Christmas. the Vance Hookers of West the established church; all these and

/ Palm Beach ran down and killed a other things he surrendered that he
t Mr., and Mrs. H., Mitchell of West
wild cat 7 miles beyond Clewiston might become the servant of Jesus
r Palm Beach ,spent the holidays with
r on, their way to Moore Haven. and help to teach and spread Christ's .
the Ted Efftings.
doctrines and "be an apostle to the ,
The drawing for the Santa cheston Gentiles.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Trainer and
display at Drug store was
c baby daughter spent their Christmasin "And be, found in him, not having
made Christmas Eve. Little Carolyn I
Daytona Beach. mine own righteousness which is of
Cato drew the name of Jack Swartzas
the law but that which is through
the lucky recipient of the chest.
James Matthews his mother and I the faith of Christ, the righteousness
he claim his
If does not prize by
Ralph Young, went to West Palm' Sunday night it goes to the second I I which is of God by faith: that I
Be'ach'for Christmas day. may know him, and the_power of his
: name drawn T. H. Jones. The third
resurrection and the fellowship of
name drawn was that of Lang Adams.
:' E. H. Latham and son. Norman his sufferings, being ,made 'conform-

!. spent Christmas with their families Christmas greetings have been received able unto his death;"

in West Palm Beach. from,'Mrs. Dorothy Stewart I Paul based his religion on a risen .

and her small daughter'who are now Christ and a faith in him as a ,redeemer -

Mrs. Bessie Cuthbert, of West in Dearborn, Mich. Mrs. Stewart and savior of all who accepted

', Palm Beach, and her sister called taught Spanish in the Clewiston high him.

on friends here Saturday.. school three years ago. At that time "If by any means attain unto the HUNDREDS of thousands of people now own

her husband was pilot for Sugar resurrection of'the dead."
t' Jane Harring on' is spending the company officials: The untimely I Paul knew by experience the dif- and drive Ford V-8 cars. Some neighbor or
holidays with her father, J. L. Harrington death of 'Neil Stewart while 'ficulty of remainirig loyal to the
trying what
f. I friend of yours has one. If we told you we
and brother
; Jimmy. out a new plane last year is still end, of living so conformed to

mourned by Clewiston people. Christ's death that the power of sin think of the car, you might say we are prejudiced,
i Mrs. F. :R...Maxwell and son, Van will not its ,
revive mastery over us.
Bush,..,spent Christmas in Miami so we let the car and its owner tell you.
So his
f The young people enjoyed a lovely apparent,uncertainty here of
with Mr. and 'Mrs'. G. M. Penney.Mr. party at the home of Miss Eunice reaching the goal is, not distrust of Economy of operation is one of the first points

Meredith Wednesday evening. Guests God. It is distrust of 'himself. It
and Mrs. R. owner will boast of it '
N. Smith enter they will emphasize-the
included Frances and Campbell Nail emphasizes the need he feels of

tained Mrs. Smith's parents from John Lucca Jane Harrington, Eve- watchfulness and constant strivinglest and the will it.
Augusta Ga. the car prove
!, over week-end. lyn Hare, Frances and Zerney Mere- having preached to others, he be

: dith, Parker Wilson, Bob Mitchell, found a castaway, 1 Cor. 9:27. The 1934 car is even better than the 1933-

4 Mrs. John Chenet of New Smyrna, Betty Spicer, Al Hackett, Bob Hare "Not as though I had already at- its time. The
visited her husband who is and that was our best car up to
now em-
Bonceil Stone Foy Durrance J. L.Rogero tained, either already perfect: butI

ployed at the mill, over the holidays. Faustina Rogero, Mr. and follow after if that ,I may appre- car is more beautiful faster-more powerful

Mrs. Clyde Byrd Mr and Mrs. R. H. hend that for which I also am apprehended oil
Miss Eunice Meredith, who has Rowan' and Eunice Meredith of Christ Jesus." Paul is _gives more miles to the gallon-better

been attending school in Henderson- unwilling tr .lot...J* too much stress on I easier riding-cheaper to own and
: ville, N. C., is home for the holidays. economy-is
Mrs. Milton Crouch entertained a his own exertions because he himselfwas

N. number of little folks in honor of once on his journey to Damascus ;- operate than any car we ever built.
Lt. and Mrs. '
Hemenway her daughter, Jo Ann's, fourth birthday grasped by the saving hand of and pocketbook to
Lt. K. C. Fields and Lt. Geo. Kumpe I You owe it to yourself your
the home of
at Mrs. Carl Berneron Christ and the hope to apprehendrests

were in Boca Grande last week-end. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. F. M. on the knowledge that he had ask our Ford Dealer to let you see this car, and

Wright assisted Mrs. Crouch in I been app'rehended by One out of
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Duff spent 'I let drive it for yourself. At the wheel of the
directing games after which ice whose hand no man could pluck him. you

Christmas with Mrs. Duff's parents cream and birthday cake were serv- "Brethren, ,I count not myself to will be sure to reach a right decision. The
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. car you
Bryant, in PalmBeash.
'J v ed. The children included Jo Ann have apprehended: but this one thingI

l' ..../ Crouch, Carlene and Bobby Berner, do, forgetting those things whichare Ford V-8 will tell you its own story.

Larry Royal, Ronney Effting Mary behind, and reaching forth unto ..
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle
are Louise Thomas Nancy Wright, Ruby those things which,are before I press
spending their holidays! in Richland, i Mae Brown, Jimmy Butler, Grace toward the' mark for the prize of
Ga., visiting Mrs. NEWFORD '
Ezelle's mother'andsisters.
Ward, Junior Mills Eleanor Percy, the high calling of God in Christ
\ Shirley Ann Owen, Bobby Fontaine Jesus."

.Kim Kolstad Peggy Lawler, Mary Paul was a doer of many things:
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley and
Nell Christian, Bruce Beardsley he was a tent-maker a bold travel-
E. E. Kelly spent their holidays in V8I
Anne Pafford McDonald
Sonny ler, a church organizer, a strong
'Daytona Beach
with Mrs E. E.
Kelly. Gloria and Betty McDuffie and Harriet writer, an evangelist and preacher.

Alston. Among his troubles were his ship-
----- wreck at Malta the stoning at Lys-
Mr. and
Mrs. Gayle McFadden returned -
f I tra the 'way in which the Jews '
Wednesday from Jacksonville drove him from to the 1934
) place -
cbool place for
where they visited Mr. McFadden'smother. uncap .
scourging at Philippi the mob in
Jerusalem, the prison at Caesareaand I (

Ion his at and
imprisonment Rome
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McDonald and
severe spells of sickness on his
two children to Orlando to
,', travels; but he forgot all these things -
spend Christmas with the Harry Mc .
DECEMBER 31, 1933 in seeking to be a servant of Jesus -----
.: Donalds.
SUBJECT: The Life of Paul.' and in spreading the gospel of Christ. I -

Mrs. Evelyn Pace is visiting old! GOLDEN TEXT: "I have fought a II '
T friends for a few days. She has ,been good fight, I have finished my course, BOYS II PAPAYA

living in Winter',Haven 'since, leaving f[ have kept the faith." 2 Timothy

Clewlston. 4:7. thrills
World adventure are in
LESSON TEXT: PhilIppians 3: store for readers of the AmericanBoyYouth's
Clyde Byrd, who has, been' helpingget 1-14. Royal Purple Strains
off the crop in the Louisiana Companion according
' TIME AND PLACE: The Philip to word just received from the .edi-
cane fields arrived home in time for
4 :: Christmas. pian letter was written by Paul from I tor of youth's favorite magazine. 4-Inch Pots Ready To Set

Rome about 62-63 A. D. I From the Arctic to the jungles of

Mr. and Mrs F. L. Elliott and The lesson begins '"Finally, my I I Haiti and from the plateau of Asia Guaranteed To Bear Or Replaced
I to the lion of Africa the
Lord. To country
three children of Hickory, N. C., brethren rejoice in the
spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. write the same things to you, to me I I editors have charted a course of
Indeed is not grievous but for youit excitement and fun in the 12 issues
Joe Godfrey.Mr. .
is safe. Beware of dogs bewareof 'of 1934 SEED DEFT -- CLEWISTON

and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie spent evil workers beware of the concision Several years ago the American
intorduced to its readers the
Christmas with their family at their! Boy
home in Lakeland. Their ,two sons 'Dogs' was a term 'of reproach in popular black-haired Jimmie Rhodes
returned with them. Greek from the earliest to the latest Army aviator. Those who followedhis' --

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I I Feed Colts Wellin '

OUR COMIC SECTION Supplemented Cold WeatherGrain d With IRW

Clover or Alfalfa Hay, RATIONS

D I r Events in the Lives Little Men I DRA. Is Good Plan. FOUND IMPORTANT ._ :}:""
of By Prof. M. W. Harper. New York State ''''-- .. ; "
College of Agriculture.-WNU Service. I { J
Feed colts well during winter; whatIs Poultry Flock Will Do .Well ,
saved In feed Is sacrificed many : '
Variety f Feed. r
)'CU 0 W WN A rM D 1'N E Z H times horse. In the final usefulness'-. of the on

OUGHT ro W ITB A During( the first and second winter When grains are fed the poultry ;
N: flock without a supplement of one or ; ;
colts should be fed grain twice, a day,
07PE W/2/ SCH07L KIPS T 0 0 -In the morning and In the evening. I' more of the proten) concentrates, an

A PBNALTy TD TEACHERS A good grain mixture for draft colts annual production of CO to 80 eggs maybe
AMP and
consists! of 80 pounds of crushed oats, expected. But if both grain
f W0 G EVE I0M 0 R 30 pounds of wheat bran, 30 pounds protein supplement, are fed, .produc

cracked corn, and 10 pounds linseed tion should attain a level of 140 to 160' ,
oil meal. This should be supple- eggs a year in the average flock.
mented with properly cured clover! or These figures are those of A. R. Win
alfalfa hay. ter, professor of poultry husbandry at y

For colts of the light breeds, suchas the Ohio State university, and are '

trotters and saddlers, cracked corn based upon experiments conducted
should be limited and mixed hay or over- a, period of years.
They emphasize, says Professor 5 -_,
early-cut, properly cured timothy Is .
ji Winter, the Importance of a balanced .
probably better than legume hay. The
; '
-r grain mixture should be liberally fed, ration. Such a ration for laying hens
the proper amount to be determinedby consists of about 00 per cent grains

the need of the Individual colt. and grain by-products 'and 10 per cent .

In addition to grain and hay, sheaf protein concentrates, a free choice of
oyster shell or limestone grit, green
: oats will prove beneficial. Placinga
..- supply of roughage In a covered grass or legume hay and water plus I .

rack, In the exercise lof is a good plan. a little sunshine.
1// Ice, and snow, are poor substitutes for When comparative prices of feed
drinking water. stuff change, the ration should change_ ,

Young horses may be expected to Mr. Winter holds. There is no best 'J
thrive when they are bountifully nurtured ration for all conditions; many kinds 1

with proper grain and forage of rations and systems of feeding give. .
I I Itcopyrfchr and 'are given facilities for exercise. good results.
i In comparing grains and concentrates

he points out that a gallon of
Newly Born Calves Must liquid skimmilk is worth as much as

Be Given Special Care a pound of meat scrap, fish meal, or
soybean meal, for feeding purposes.
During the winter time, newly born
Five milk have
quarts of liquid as
calves from draftsIn
should be kept away
much feeding value as a pound of
the stable in order to avoid colds
dried milk. Liquid milk in the ration
and pneumonia, warns a writer In the
costs only about 40 per cent as muchas
PraIrie Farmer. Leaving the calf
Y. dried milk.'pound .
w. N. U. with Its mother during the colostrum ,
of soybean oil meal Is
period, which is about four- days, will
worth not quite as much as a pound of
make It more resistant to sickness.
THE FEATHERHEADS Farewell to Loans After the period with the mother, the meat scraps and now costs as" much.
Two pounds of wheat have about as
calf may be fed from a bucket, threeor :
much value pound of bran
feeding as a
HoW AeQUTDo4AID? HIM. NOT A RED four times a day for, a few days, :
P plus a pound of flour middlings. When
DID I <3&T// i and ,then twice a day as the ,calf '
SID' You SEE prices are the same it is cheaper to
older. '
HIM? :BET HE 'IF HE- HAD HIS I grows With a bucket-fed calf the greatest feed the wheat at home than to.haul y
CONSCIENCE REMOVED the wheat to market and bring back
of disturbances Is Ir
PAY cause digestive
I wheat by-products. .
IT I In amount of milk time of "
YoU f fl/../ regularity ,
WOULD Be A feeding and temperature of the milk

MINOR' OPERATIONPlDM't -that Js, outside .of drafts and dirty Proper Diet Important I
milk buckets.
After four' or five weeks the calf to Welfare of PoultryBirds

may be 'changed from whole milk to should be free not only from -.! '

skim-milk, taking about seven daysto present diseases but also from hangover f. :
make the change. Good quality weaknesses resulting from pre &
legume hay and a grain mixture of vious chick ailments. Such troubles \

coarsely ground corn and oats, with as pullorum disease (white diarrhea)
some bran and olimeal added, shouldbe coccidiosis, and typhoid are very likely -
\ placed before the calf. It will learnto 'to recur. Chicks that survive an

\ eat In a very short time. Fresh water attack of these diseases are usually
and salt should be accessible at all stunted and some of them are likelyto

times. Milk may be discontinued at carry the Infection In chronic form. '

\ \ the age of six months. Consequently, though they do not suffer -
themselves, they _are a source of '

I HE DOES--THE Locate Ice Houses and danger to healthy birds which are
AT WORK ? housed with them. For this reason every
1 'THOUGHT ROLL TOP Pits on the HillsideWhere effort should be made to avoid

HE HAD AN 1ESK ( AND natural Ice may be harvested housing healthy birds with others
SUpp NL and farmers In lo- which have passed through an attack J
OFFICEOI3 HIM CM THE"BACK economically easily,
HIT HIS NECK cating Ice houses and ice pits can oft of the above-named diseases, says Successful
en take advantage of hills, trees or Farming.A .
buildings which afford protection I proper diet Is Important In keepIng -

against hot winds and direct sunlight, : the birds in good condition, so they \

and thus reduce melting losses, says can withstand disease.- The ration
John T. Bowen of the bureau of agricultural should Include good quality grains t
engineering United States Department such as corn, wheat, and oats. It

of Agriculture. To facilitate should also contain proper minerals .a,

drainage, the ground should be porous to satisfy the need for bones and egg I'
and slope: from the building..' shells. A third requirement is the vi

On a dairy farm, a vestibule and tamin-carrying animal and vegetable :w:

cooling room are desirable features of' proteins. -;,
cooL'r the Ice house, which should be convenient Two kinds of minerals' are essen
: tial. One Is calcium the chief ,_
i to the dairy house. On a gen- sources
eral farm, the Ice house should be con ,, of which are lime and oyster shells.
venient to the residence. The other is phosphorus, which Is"best
Small houses on farms using natural supplied In bonemeal. The animal proteins

Ice can be used to store a sea most often used are tankage,
son's supply for household purposes, meatscrap and milk, and the most com

Knew It Would Bring' Rain and on farms using manufactured Ice mon vegetable protein Is ground al ;

"John," said his wife, "don't wash to store a supply sufficient to 'save frequent falfa.
that it the car today: wait until after we've trips to the Ice plant.
that I .
been to the party tomorrow when It :Rest for Hens
will need It more."
"I'm washing It today so we won't Cutting AlfalfaAt If yearling or older hens are used as

"Oh have to go to that darned party" he Iowa State college It has been breeders, as will usually be the case "".
mous. growled. found that more alfalfa hay Is se- where'' a definite selection and breed- -

cured In that state from two cuttings Ing program Is being followed, they

Might Try a Pillow than from three. To allow the hay to should be given a rest of four to sir: : _

Cora "Can I sell you a burglar alarm?" become so mature, however Increasesthe weeks at the close of the laying year

ways "No, but If :you've got anything that amount of leaf spot, which In turn preceding their use In the breedingpen.
will keep my wife from waking up reduces the number of leaves 'left on During this time they should be

ble Is I when one visits us, trot It, out." plants when they are cut. For this fed liberally on grain and the protein
reason two cuttings usually will not supplement used In the mash may be

ONE OF MANYFriend provide the best quality hay. The reduced In amount. This rest period
center Isn't best time to cut alfalfa !Is when It Is should be sufficient to put the flockIn
season." Ju one-fourth to one-tenth In bloom. Four good condition for the special feedIng '. /

"No. He's got cuttings a year will usually kill the that ordinarily will be started In

can't learn the stand In two years.Humus early winter. ,
.' ..-

and Disease Barley for PoultryRecent

Gardeners are urged to conserve humus experimental work has
clothes from as much as possible, and this Is shown that barley Is a very satlsfao
plan. l tory poultry feed. In
good advice as regards healthy plant an experiment
was leaving conducted at Manitoba
university It
tissue. Diseased ,
crop remnants, however -
look for him
has been
are n danger and should be de- demonstrated that 50 per '
to the boat.
; stroyed. The safest plan Is to burn cent barley In the all-mash laying ration -
"vat about pay So you honestly think
you such refuse and thus prevent the gave better results than an equal ,
? You were have the smartest boy on earth?" Fond car- amount of corn. In this
of disease. experiment,
ryover Burning Is also
: I clothed Father-"Maybe he Isn't
you. yet but ne helpful In barley was fed In three forms; na'me.
I destroying Insect
Pat "but will be If he pests that
"Yes you keeps
on making me answer : hibernate In such material. ly whole barley ground fine, barley
the tuk you In! all the questions he can think make a good garden dressing, especially ground tIne with hulls sifted out, and
keep up. "
I I for roses. hulled barley ground fine. The former
gave the best results.

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.' NEWS,. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1933Stratosphere !;



th )Few film director was making a

-Q real thriller and working very hard

to get action into it.

'. Liitle.tp Finally, be turned from the brinkof

e the cliff, mopped his brow, and

: glanced at a dummy made of straw

p and old clothes lying on the ground

.les beside him."Good .

heavens 1" he shouted. "Who
rt\ t: .
was it we threw ever the cliff?"

Hi 9:


The train had stopped on the line

and the guard was tired of answer-
IN LUCK"I ing stupid questions. ciJ':

s'S "What's the matter, guard?" came

think that fellow Smithson'sthe yet another query. --

,, luckiest fellow alive," said Hayesto "The signalman up there has got .
worker "Smith is a modest "
his fellow man.
red hair, replied the guard, "and "
"Lucky?" repeated the other.coI "I don'tthink so.
we can't get the engine to pass the.
don't call It lucky to be injured like I box!"-London Tatler. "But he doesn't seem to think par-
he was." I tucularly well of himself."

"But he doesn't have to work now," Point of Stress : "That isn't modesty That's good

said Hayes."I judgment
"My boy Josh is a great help," said
know he doesn't, you heartless Farmer Corntassel.

} brute," replied his companion "How?" He Didn't Want It. -

warmly. It was threshing time on the farm.
"He, criticizes my speeches. He
\ + "But you ,don't understand me," One young girl who was serving din-
says my emphasis is all right, but
ner passed the coffee to
explained Hayes. "He's an elderly
getting compensation I
sometimes I put it on the penult In-
now, whereas most of his man. He refused It, saying:
stead of the antepenult. It's the first
former.'fellow workers have lost their "No, thanks. I do not care for
time I knew we had raised any such "
Jobs." things on the place." I coffee. .
As the girl turned
;; away, some one

The Main Cause bumped her elbow, knocking the cup

x S5 .< y\ Bobby was met by his aunt while Question I from her hand and pouring the coffee

':, .- F on his way home from school Her bachelor uncle was an objectof down the elderly man's back."I .

"How do you like lessons?" she interest to little Doris. told you I did not care for cof-

asked. "Were you ever married, Uncle fee," he said, without change 'of
a Sw
s' fc
tive' "Not, much," replied the boy rather Joe?" countenance or voice, and went serenely -

abruptly. "No." on with his dinner.

"Do you have much trouble then, "Were you disappointed In love?"

in school she asked. "How could I be disappointed in Really Not His Fault

"Quite a lot, aunt," volunteered the love if I was never married?"-Philadelphia Office Boy-Please, sir, can I have

,: v., .: 'C 37.' Bulletin the afternoon off? My grandmotherIs

.. ,:: :" ,: : : :;> : .::;' : : ;:,uun..u.nnm. boy."Tell she 'went "what dead.
: ; : :: : :; me, on,
;; i.'g : : \i" : .
; ,
ro ,t ....
wxvrow.Mer'nnwuu: q ? _n.....,Sw...........:-1 Hopeful
II seems to give you most trouble? Employer-Why, this is the third

'. Earlier' Flights Into the Stratosphere. "Teacher," he shot back, without Conductor-Are you hurt? grandmother that's died since'you've

h' hesitation. Hilarious VIctim-You bet I am been here.
Prepared by' NatIonal' Geographic',Society. these three had ever risen ten miles.
Washington. D. C.-WNU Service. I knew my rabbit's foot would bringme Boy-Yes, sir; I know, sir; but I
stratosphere The rocket will do so one of these days.
little-known luck. I'll bet five to I can't It": will
Twin Beds you one help grandfather keepon
.. THE: of ,thin air, has been a Eventually It will go far higher, even. I'm
The family council was discussing badly damaged. marrying again.
to scientists in recent Balloon' Better Than Plane.
the advisabilty of ,buying twin beds
years. On November 20, 1933 "The balloon, being entirely amen-
6 for the two little daughters, as the
: Lieut. Comm. Thomas G., W. Settle of able to theoretic calculation, offers a
least one was fast outgrowing her MORE SATISFACTION
: the United States navy, ascended 61. big advantage over the plane. For crib.

c 237 feet above. the earth. A few research purposes the balloon presentsthe
"But, mother," spoke up the elder,
months before a Soviet' expedition rose tremendous advantage of not being CAN'T BE BOUGHT
"I don't how I
.'\ see can sleep In a tin
: to a record height of nearly 12 miles. exposed to the vibrations and magnetic bed." I Ika'

; In describing his", first flight Into the effects of a motor. A numberof

stratosphere.. Prof.. Auguste ,PIccard, delicate instruments can be employed f .

I Swiss.scientist who has made two ascensions in a balloon that could not Practical Appeal
survive an airplane My taskas "Some facetious members of the
each of which was more voyage.
r .. = then-nine miles, above sea level, said : engineer was to construct the air- congregation," said the vicar, "have
F been In the habit of buttonsin
"The sky Is beautiful up there- tight cabin and the balloon. '
"After examining various possibilities the collection plate. May I sug-
almost,black. .It is a bluish purple
gest that In view of recent 'arrIval
of a
deep violet ,shade, Jen times darker construction, I decided upon a
cabin or of aluminum. Picture at the vicarage, they substitute safety
than on earth. but it. still_ Is' not quite gondola "
dark enough to see the stars. The a sphere 7 feet In diameter, constructed pins? -London Tit-Bits.

sun, however, seems brighter than of aluminum .138 Inch thick.

.- when seen from sea level. ,The most Important thing about my Four-Footed ,Servitors

S "Forests, rivers, and fields are vis- preparations was that the welding be Still Valued on Farm_

solid and air-tight, Fortunately, the ADVERTISING
ible sometimes
through a light mist More .than 15,000,000 American

u without any contrast, but on other technique of aluminum welding has horses and mules still hold their jobs

:: days with marvelous beauty In strik- ,thanks recently to made the European enormous progress that, on farms, and Wayne Dinsmore foresees is as essential to business as is,rain to growing crops.
\\ris relief The
\ towering summits of
;: the Alps fronI"tenmiles' employs tremendous numbers of alumI- the return of these animals to It is the keystone in the arch of successful merchandising.Let .
5 up assume first place In the esteem of good
the aspect' of miniature reproductions. num vats for the manufacture of beer. farmers, since "men who stick to Let us show you how to apply it to your business.

:S. ,. Calculation shows that. If there were "The cabin was provided with two horses and mules, planning their
,-no mist, a circle of earth having a manholes and eight little portholes work wisely, raise just as much crop

'. \ diameter of SCO miles 1 would be vis about three Inches In diameter. It was it much less cost.
RANGE Oil Burners value,
t ible. That is equal 'to a surface of just large enough to contain the two Writing in' Horse'Mr. Dinsmore economIcal. fits any$22.50.AmazInK stove. Underwriters'
250,000; square miles. observers and the circular instrumenthoards approval. Lame profits dealers.C..nnecticut I WOULDN'T USE
observed, "As matter of fact the .
a Foundry Co.,A-I HatingRocky Hill,CODD.UNEMPLOl'ED
"From the standpoint of cosmic that ran all around. When you ANYTHING BUT
rays horse and mule, as a chief source of
the face the possibility of shutting two
exact altitude Is
unimportant, but power, never left the farm. Some
""it : Is" men up In an air-tight of such Codi.cAL CdJJCAD1CK
j Interesting to know space C1'tLL
to what decrease occurred, it is true,; but Continuous' Income just pasting up mall
height we had to ,to find that small dimensions, you must study very stickers. Details and supplies 25c. WIcKs
go pressure much less, so far as work animals Products Co., Box 26, Itollaudalc, Miss B dt FbuIt,!
one-tenth carefully the problem of their
,of of the atmosphere. respira- actually in use are concerned, thanis
I New Kind of Craft, Necessary. generally supposed."In .
"Early In September, 1930, I had all
"From the aeronautic standpoint, we lOW we had about 17,000,000head ENDS .ALL DANDRUFFCompletely
faced the problem of my equipment at Augsburg: the bal- of and quickly, honest guaranteethat
constructing a horses and mUles'at work in
: loon, the cabin, and the Instrumentswe after few applications of BOROSE
.. craft in which a pilot and his assistant \harness or under saddle on farms; 8-5 every last trace ot this detestedSOCIAL
had made for studying cosmic rays. BLIGHT will most certainly disappear -
4 and many Instruments could be In 1032 about 15,500,000 were so em- entirely cured regardless of how
lifted ten Everything was ready and we had onlyto long suffered. Nothing harmful. This clear,
miles into the sky and be ployed. This Is a decrease of about
wait for favorable weather condI- sweetly-scented liquid Is delightful But-
permitted to work there. This height 1,500,000 at work, due to an increaseof this ad may not reappear-unless sufficiently -
tions. Bad flying weather held us on
patronized. Order NOW. BOROSE
surpassed by a great deal any that tractors from 24G.OS3 ,in 1920 toU20,210 IMP ,
the ground until the next 8-5 t Rye prepaid. Obtainable only from MILLING CO.. GRANDVIEW,
sprIng.} cOT i
had been attained previously. So a In 1930 and of motor trucks MOOKE PRODUCTS CO.
"The morning of May 27, 1931, everything Box: 393 SEMINOLE, OKLA.
new craft had to he constructed to from 139.169 in 1920 to 900,385 in
:was ready. The winds dis-
overcome many difficulties of which 1930."-Literary Digest.
none, despite their. numerical Impor turbed our project. The cabin was ILEA

tance, Impressed me as Insurmountable. thrown from Its vehicle and sustained E' il'tt'lA"MENTL"

damages from which consequences we PIMPLY SKINsoon $ HEW \ GO QUICKLY
later suffered, but still I Insisted on Why be embarrassed by blotchy skin ernp-
"Our problem, then, was to find conditions I n -y\ CUR A scientific treatHi tlons and pimples? Clear up your skin likedoctorsdo
that would permit'two making the ascension. ** meat for;Eczema works -by dnvlnsrt he poisonsout or your
improved and blotches cleared
men Drink JC.T.and watch quick
"Twenty-eight minutes after we took like magic even in the most stubborn cases, system. your
to live up there In more or less normal ; away by daily treatment withResinol according to actual reports from grateful users. ll.X.T.ls theironivstlnremedyB
working order, and a means of off glanced at the altimeter. We had It is mild, soothing, stops the itch and heals B MUST}'
risen to an altitude of 9.C3 miles. This quickly. Send your name today for a free trial. MONEY BACK. Pay postman
f"' getting 'them to the desired height. Medico Lab.,2608 East 106th St..DepL A, Chicago X tl for lartrc. double AL1FEI.ZIT slio bottle. X
was an average speed of approximately Write I>e k
Men can survive at certain altitudes! :bt.N.V.CUyT
20 miles an hour. For an automo- 314 WeataSrd
varying according to persons; these altitudes 51-33
"' bilist on the load: that would not be
are usually between 3 and 4% '
much, but ascending straight Into the
miles. In order to go higher It is
air Is quite.,different. We were rightin
necessary to carry oxygen.. Even If ''
the stratosphere. What I
a change
the aeronaut In an oxygen

mask,, he 'cannot go beyond a certain ; "Unfortunately, we were not able to yr '' 4 New Beds, New Baths, New Carpets,

height without suffering! from the reduced make any measurements during the ry's' '' -' T Nero Decorations-A new and better

,pressure.: 'If the external 'pressure ascension. Kipfer, my assistant, had ; t t '' hotel for less money, than ever beforeATLANTAN
been busy all the time putting back In Hotel
: ,is reduced too quickly, human r
order the Instruments that had been {
blood acts then same as champagne,
scattered when the cabin turned
and 'the gases liberated obstruct the
blood and I had been busy doing something h 1 i
vessels that supply and nourish still ;
more Important. i t ii
the brain and heart. '
MTo "The stratosphere Is the region of 3'bb
avoid this danger, there was eternally fair weather, but also the I
only:] one thing to do: to transport region of very cold weather.. j t l 0 A 3 J. WILL YON, Manager
?:Kr-- from below the portion
of .
,our. atmosphere "From ten miles above the earth I
,f surrounding the aeronauts and
gazed around. First I looked at
up my
to' Inaintaln this t.n .. ROOM RATES AUTO STORAGE
: atmosphere in its balloon that; at the take-off, 'had not J :

t' original.state, 'preventing its dilation, been 'so beautiful _with all her folds. .4 Per Day, $1.50 Up. and PARKINGImmediately

during the ascent." That could only be But now she was superb, a perfect Adjacent

accomplished constructing; .an airtight sphere, illumined by the sun that was 300 ROOMS Parlor Suite, $5.00 Up. to the Hotel.

"cabin In ,which the aeronauts ,Just rising. 300 BATHSOn

'wQuld be "enclosed during "the entire "Later'on In the morning when we

exploration of the high altitudes. tried to pull the valve, the rope broke The Deck-:-Top of Every- CAFE RATES

The, secoqd\ part of, the problemconsisted because of an oversight at the momentof thing Georgia Bridge Clubat
As Y Like It!
Good Food .
in cabin : Home 12:00 Noon Ol
this and
getting taking off. So we were unable to to 12:00
all Its contents Into the upper atmosphere. descend then. Slowly we were pushed Midnight Every Day. Breakfast, Dinner or Supper-25c to 50c

toward the Bavarian Alps We ar
c Corner Luckie & Cone Street ATLANTA, GA.


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DECEMBER 29, 1033; ..
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at hand most of the time in golden ,brown (approximately 10 to of Lee County, Florida, through sections I................)........................:-) ...... ....w: : .
CORPORATIOX PLANS'EEftGENCY place 12 minutes). Serve warm." 10, 15, 22, 27 and 34, of Town-
of the P. O.
: ; HOSPITAL the Red Cross room ship 43 South, Range 33 East and
been passedon t
citizen shoulddo Already, the recipe baa }
Arcade. Every loyal through section 3 of Township 44 SPECIAL
everything in their power to make to many' caterers, not only in south, Range 34, east, all In town-
.(Continued from page 1) the work of the corporation succeed, I Florida, but also in many of the ship 44 south, range 34 east. _

past seven years and estimates several and secure for Moore: Haven a well- centers of population in the north, The West half (W% ) and South- Chop Suey Dinners l"
thousand students in the newspaper equipped hospital-one of the greatest where its popularity is reported to east quarter (SE'of Section 13,

"Sunday School Class." assets any town may have. be rapidly spreading. and all of' sections 24, 25 and 36, all in delicious r

The transaction whereby the cor- Just think what this will mean to in Township' 43 South, Range 33 STYLE \. I
Florida grapefruit growers if we can
porattym receIved'in. deed to the building :MATI1ISWILLIAMS: East. .
called for, signing !99 J year FIGHT, is DRAW get the nation to eating broiled [. The Southwest quarter (SW%) NIGHT ....:
mortgage for the purchase price and grapefruit for breakfast-a half I and all of the North half (N% ) of TUESDAY and FRIDAY

interest on this at a rate of grapefruit to each person. Would Section 7, situated, lying and being
paying: to (Continued from page 1) that mean something to Florida? south of the Nine Mile Canal, and
8 percent per annum amounting month. Revenue Williams of LaBelle. Boe, who was Anyway, we shall watch the progressof the West half (W,2 ) of Section 8, WATANABE HOTELMrs. .
approximately $30.00 a classed as one of the best fighters in this 'innovation with interest, and except 80 foot right of way as laid
rentals over and F. R. Maxwell Prop.
obtained from back has Moore ,
the local ring two seasons borne out out and now occupied by
indications by
if early are

above keep of the the interest building payment will be and turned up- been any for in school fighting and this had season.not trained He experience, we may soon expect to I Haven' ,across and Clewiston said Sections Railroad 7 and Company ,8;- .:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:+:-:..:-:.

back into the treasury of the corpora in to the see broiled grapefruit replacing a lot. all of Sections 17, 18, 19, 20, 21,

tion for providing equipment and fixtures many only appeared requests of response his friends. This of other popular breakfast foods and 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 and ::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..;..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:->>:-:-:.
appetizers In public demand. If you all 43 South, Range : .
for hospital rooms. 34, in Township .l... 'bl.
draw.A .
bout was also declared a 'J-<
are skeptical, just try the above recipe 34 East ,.'
; /
Whether or not under the the corporationwill law the six-round preliminary between ,:-and be convinced.-The Cit- EXCEPT land released from the :=: New and Used J:

be allowed Young Lewis of LaBelle and E. B. rus Industry.. lien of said mortgage as is more x .s.%
rental of the several apartments on Bethea, of Clewiston, a return bout Stoves
particularly shown in Mortgage Furniture & ;
known but ::
the second floor is not ,
one-sided but testified to 280 and
was very FROM THE EDITOR OF Satisfaction Book 1, pages
the Attorney General will be asked 'the gameness of the Clewiston 495, Public Records of Hendry y.? |
for an opinion and It will be knownIn youth. It was evident from the open- THE ,AMERICAN BOY County, Florida, .. >
a few days. If allowed the second ing gong that Bethea was no match to satisfy said decree and all costs. _:;: BELLE GLADE

floor will no doubt be divided so thata for the LaBelle fighter and before the In wild Mongolia, Roy Chapman ALLEN CLEMENTS, ::

portion may be used for hospital end of the bout had been stretchedon I Andrews, famous scientist-explorer, Special Master in Chancery. :|!: FURNITURE COMPANY. !;! ;
space and the other for rental. At the canvas for a short count at digs up the bones of monsters dead
the time of the issuance of the deed feast ten times. Once or twice he was millions of years. .In the Zululand EVANS First National, MERSHON Bank &Bldg.SAWYER, :: Belle Glade, Florida |

every apartment was occupied and sent down under terrific blows from of Africa, Carl von Hoffman, Russian Miami, Florida, Y x:: Next Door To Theatre .{..
should the Attorney-General rule which no one expected 'him to be able adventurer, sets a trap for a Solicitors for Plaintiff.No. .s.
against the rental each tenant will be to get up but each time he rolled lion. The gripping experiences of ;. -,'- :::
22 29. :
2C Dec. 8, 15, .
notified to vacate at the end of the .. NIN N N:N:N N:11 N NN- : ;N; N11NANNNONN
I and shook himself until his brain famous men will be part of the readIng :1:N N: :N:N: :
paid month. Members of,the corpora- had cleared sufficiently for him to diet in store for boys in 1934, '- '

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rentals, will in a short time bringIn found him still on his feet fighting the editor of The American Boy- .i '. ::: .;
enough revenue to provide an em- Youth's Companion. : : '
ergency hospital for the city. The first preliminary between Jesse I The American Boy-Youth's Companion -- :
This same building was once used
Harris, of Moore Haven and "Kid" costs just $2.00 a year. Until : BROSi i :
by the late Doctor J. W. Mitchell as
Austin, of LaBelle, was scored as a I BARNETT
a hospital but since he removed his January 1, 1934, you may obtain a
technical knockout for Harris when '
practice and equipment to S .bring three-year subscription for $3.00, a ,
Austin's seconds threw in the towelat
several Moore Haven has
years ago saving of $3.00 over the one-year
the end of the first round.
been without a hospital. Emergencycases rate for three years. If, you wish to _: 3-RING =::
have been treated in the first :: ,BIG
BROILED GRAPEFRUITNo take advantage of the saving, be sure

to get your three-year subscriptionin

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Graphical error. It means just tYPO-I direct to The American Boy-Youth's
broiled grapefruit. It not : :
I Second Blvd. Detroit
Companion, 7430 :::
I I good; but, boy-just try it! It you ; .?
Good FarmLand ere:: like several hundred others who Mich. _

rave: been introduced to this new j=
.. I method of preparing grapefruit; you NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE _i; STREET CLEWISTONTHURS% -

will probably call for more. ;
.. While not claiming all the creditor NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ::
'" the discovery, the Wayside Inn at the undersigned Specials Master In :: ,, =i:

for RentTrespassers Seffner, Florida, is entitled to the Chancery, by virtue of the final decree .t. AT NOON 4th' YX
redit for disseminating knowledgeof of foreclosure entered in that JAN. X
this delicious method of serving certain cause pending in the Circuit tV

Florida's premier fruit. But while Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof ADULTS 35c '_: '
Florida, for Hendry County, in :_!: ,CHILDREN 25c -
responsible for the innovation, the
i Chancery, being Case No. 635, wherein .:. .
'\ Wayside Inn claims no monopoly on W. G. Troxler, as successor' trus- i: 2 PERFORMANCES -'- 2 P.M. AND 8 P.M. ::_
the process and gladly passes on the tee, is plaintiff, and Sugarland :: '.
nformation to other hostelries and Development Company, et al, are defendants .i.: 5---ELEPHANTS---5 3::
food dispensers in the hope that the will, on Monday, January
popularity and consumption of grape- 1, 1934, between the hours of eleven x This Vicinity '
Large Circus Playing
fruit may thus be encouraged.And o'clock, A. M., and two o'clock, P. M., :;: Only yi
Will Be is it good! Well, of the many t the front door of"the.County Court-
hundreds who have tried it, not one house in LaBelle, Florida, offer for :.i: ONE DAY ONLY :3
ProsecutedThe sale and sell at public outcry, to the _
has been found to answer nay. Every .:. '_ __ -.I
best and highest bidder for cash, the
housewife who has had the privilegeof
II following described real property in i
once testing the fruit as thus prepared -! to-wit COUPON .' _:;
Hendry County, : :!: SPECIAL CHILDREN'S
H.i has at once become a convert All of Section one (1), in township :::
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and begun serving it on her'own 44 south, range 33 east. r This coupon and fifteen cents one

table. All of Sections' three (3)) four *;_: child under twelve years of age to BARNETT :::
I And here is the recipe as given by five and six (6)), except
((4)), (5)( ) :
L' Mrs. Sherman., proprietress of the right of way granted by South Flor- :_;: BROS. BIG THREE RING CIRCUS. k

I Wayside Inn. ida Farms Company to the A. C. L. CLEWISTON THURS. JAN. 4th :
i "Cut grapefruit in half, remove Railroad Company by deed dated :i: ,

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.. To each half-grapefruit, add 1 table- "

spoon sugar, and 1 tablespoon butter.
I Sprinkle lightly with nutmeg. Placein

I oven or broiler until fruit is

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