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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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l M. U. S. SUGAR CORP. Red Cross Drive CONSTRUCTION OF I Fort Myers Golf KIWANIS AND !



: BEGINS 4TH CROP Is Over QuotaThe GOODMAN HOMEIS Team Here SundayFort SUGAR


Myers will end twelve men CORP.TWO
annual Red Cross drive held and four ladies to
GRIND STARTED HERE compete In the
BIG
, WITH here went over the $100 allotted for Fort Mjers-Cl'wiston inter-city com- I

this city, 'according to E. L. Stew- petition Sunday. The party will ar- 1

The sugar house of the United art.Mr.. Stewart said that about $185 Construction started Wednesdayon rive before lunch on Sunday and The Kiwanis and U. S. Sugar Corporation \
for'1\1r. and Mrs.C. probably complete one round before
began $3,500 home
corporation !
a diamondball
States Sugar had been subscribed with the am- lunch. .. S teams met
grinding on schedule Wednesday ount expected to reach the $200 F. Goodman which is being locat- twice last week, and after the smoke !
the opening of the ed at the corner of Osceola avenue Local golfers who will play will be I
morning, marking mark by Saturday.Mrs. of battle had cleared, neither team
fourth annual harvest of the present and Crescent Drive. J. F. TIppey is chosen from the following group: made much headway toward takingup
R. Y. Patterson is chairmanof
1V.. Bigg, H. A.
Bestor
cutting were drawn by M. Capt.
contractor plans
Laborers began Engineers
company. ; the lead that the held.
the local chapter and Mr. Stew- .
and Mrs. F. D. Duff, Father F. J.
cane in the fields Monday and grinding art chairman of the roll call. T. Ironmonger. The first game, played last Friday
Finnegan, C. F. Goodman Dick
: was begun at 6 o'clock Wednesday The Clewiston'Chapter is but three The building will be an English Gib- !night: was a game fans long will re-
bons, H. R. Hall J. J.
,
morning, the first bag of suga'rof old. type residence with a 36 foot fronton : Harrington, member. Dosh, pitching for Kiwanis
and the record
of this
years ; Jimmy Harrington
A. L. Ilackett
being plac- the east exposure facing Crescent ,
this year's production and Campbell twirling for the Sugar
young chapter in practically doublingits Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Hill
E. E.
,
'. ed on the scales at midnight Wed- Drive with a' recessed doorway lead- Kelly, boys hooked up in one of the' pret-
quota is a cause for congratulation J. W. Moran L. H. Nash
Mr. and
nesday.: The sugar house operates to the workers and ing directly to the spacious living tiest duels ever. seen on the local ,
to
Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. M. Red-
continuously during a harvest sea- room. A dining room adjoins the field.
the community which has contributed elsheimer, Tom Shelley and Herbert
son of approximately four months.If so generously to this worthy living' room across the front of the Maund. Neither team was able to score

the first day's record can be cause. house. The south side of the houseis until the 6th. Then Sugar put over

used as a criterion for judging the 51 feet in length and will be distinctive one run on Williamson's hit land -

-'t. present crop, a remarkable harvest because of a court in the Narrow two wild pitches. Sugar came backin.

is foreseen; four times as much cane Three Win InBlind center of this exposure. An office Escape In the 7th to score another hit by

was ground during the first 24 hours with outside entrance and a small Cato and an error.

this year as passed through the sug- Bogy porch 'adjoining is reached from the Collision With HorseSam Kiwanis was unable to score during "

. ar house during the same period last court. Two bedrooms and bath occu- entire game and left the field .

year. py the west wing of the building, and on the tai end of a 2-0 score. Camp- :

'! .. Sugar from the local sugar' house Last Sunday's Blind Bogy was the kitchen, breakfast nook: and pan- Berry narrowly escaped in- bell gave up one hit, a lone single by

.. is transported to Savannah where It Avon' by three contestants each hav- try, are opposite the office and porchon jury this week when his car ran Dosh, while the Kiwanis pitcher .

is refined by the Savannah Refining ing a score of 76, the winning num- the north exposure. into a horse as he was going easton gave up four.Coming .

Company and marketed under thetrade ber. The home is of frame constructionwith the highway Saturday night. back last Tuesday night ':

name, Dixie Crystals. Mark Lawler, H. A.. Bestor and brick foundation and will be Mr. Derry'said that the horse sud- for revenge, the Kiwanis team knocked .-a

;: '. The sugar house, always of inter- Fred Hill were the lucky winners, one of the most attractive homes in denly decided to ,cross the road and out a 7 to 1 victory over their ',;,

.> : ..'" est to residents and visitors, presents and received identical prizes. Clewiston.A before he could apply his brakes he opponents on a wet field. The game ''J:

.;;.,,: : a model of cleanliness and The tournament was well attended garage with servants quarterswill struck it. The impact of the blow started out as another pitchers' duel ':.

{ ',;' ,. attractiveness for property of its the following players participating be erected on the north end of broke the windshield, headlights' and but after Dosh hit his long home run

,'.> ', type. H. J. B. Scharnberg is super- : the lot.GOLF. i bent the fender of the car. Mr. Berry into center field the Kiwanis boys '::';

'. ., intendent of the sugar house and C. F. Goodman, Father Finnegan, escaped without a scratch. fell in line and bunching hits with

..'\': :":, under his supervision the utmost Jay Moran, F. D. Duff, W. C. Owen, The horse was knocked into the errors completely outclassed the Sugar '.':.
care is taken to ditch but got up and ambled alongits '.,
keep every portion Boys.
J. J. Harrington H.
, Bestor, Mrs. FINALS OF 36
;'' of the gigantic building and ma- way. Engineers Defeat
', '. ': F. D. Duff, A. M. Gallant, Mark High School

: : .-: chinery in the most spotless condi- Lawler, K. Bowden, Fred Hill and The league-leading Engineerswent
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-- ,' tion. This year particularly the M. Wi Bigg.AAA HOLES TO BE PLAYEDBY two games ahead in the league

\ Diamondball
" building and entrance grounds are League standing by defeating the High
'.: Y:. attractive. A canteen has been established -
School team
7-11.
,.'." ;.+' where :workers at the sug- Officials Visit SHELLEYBOWDENFinals Begins Play Dec. 10th.The The High School team showed

,: :/.- .. ar house and visitors to the property much Improvement over their past

'" '' may purchase hot foods and drinks Sugar Properties HereJohn in the Fall Handicap Tour- East Coast inter-city diamond- performances and although were

, : .... The sugar house is inspected by nament 'at the local golf club will be ball league, will open their' winter beaten badly gave the Engineers a '
, : thousands of visitors each The
- year. played Sunday, December ,,2nd'by play on :Monday, December 10th. fight for every run, that was scored
:
. "._. corporation officials provide a guide E. Dalton and Lee Pressmanof Emmett Shelley and Kit Bowden. Tom Shelley and R. L. Dosh droveto against them.

= ; to conduct sight-seers through the Washington, both high officialsof Shelley's position In the finals, was West Palm Beach Monday nightto The High School had one big inning -"'

..T5:: V.". 'I sugar house and to, explain the intricacies the AAA, spent several days In assured ten days ago when he de- attend the final meeting of the the third, scoring 5 of their
'
: of its operation to them. Clewiston during the ,v ek. Mr. Dal- feated Larry Nash 4 and 3. Bowden organization before opening of play. seven runs. The Engineers had two

The visiting hours are from 9 a. m. ton is chief of the sugar section and defeated Tom Shelley, brother of Four clubs will be in the league, big innings, scoring 5 times in the

till 12 noon and from 1 to 4 p. m. Mr. Pressman is. assistant general Emmett, 6 and 5 in a match played Fort Pierce, Fort Lauderdale, Hol- :2nd:: and 3 times in the third.

No visiting is permitted on Sundays. counsel of ,the AAA. The distinguished Sunday. Bowden was 3 up at the lywood and Clewiston. '

visitors spent several days on an end of the first nine and won the The league will afford fans of this LEAGUE STANDINGS ,

? v* inspection tour of the properties of match on the 14th hole. city an opportunity to witness fast II .

GARDEN CLUB WILL the United States Sugar Corporation.Mrs. Local golfers have showed much diamondball throughout the winter.A Team AV\ L. Per.' .

Pressman accompanied her husband interest In the' outcome of the finalsas league game will be played on the 4
U. S. Engineers ............3 0 1000
t on his visit here. neither of the participants has local Kiwanis field once each week.
ti HELP WITH TREE Kiwanis ..........................2 2 500 ''
.- ever won a tournament. The local club, which will probablybe
TWill
, :: .:: I an all-star club, will travel to oth- Sugar Corporation ...........2 2 500 "

;' Campaign SundayFor Forum er cities in the league once each High School ..................0 3 000
; '1 The Garden Club, under the direction Open LetterIn
week, giving each team a scheduleof
.i alti.i of Mrs. E. L. Stewart, will Community ChurchThe two
games week.
per
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; ; again assist the American Legion
: ,our Open Forum Column this
.- {., '/ with their Community Christmas KIWANIS SPONSORS
< -: week is a letter to patrons of theClewiston
.c Tree program. annual campaign to raise school from the prin- Court Finds Smith

';.r.t': : funds to meet the new budget of the .
The Club will pack toys and candy .cipal of the LaBelle school
\:. :, in the 60.0( stockings. This will be Clewiston Community Church will Briefly, it is a suggestion that the Not Guilty of Charge!!I LEAGUE BALL TEAM ,
.
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) in be made this Sunday afternoon by
done the place of their
regular
Clewiston, Moore Haven, LaBelle and I II I
business meeting in December. The the trustees of the church. The budget II
.; ladies of the club will meet at two for the new year is tentativelyset Alva schools organize some kind of David E. Smith was declared not J j I At the regular meeting' Wednesday -

for $1,500. The Community competition between themselves in guilty by a jury at Justice of the'pea'ce '!' night at the Watanabe hotel, the
o'clock, Christmas Eve. to help Santa
addition to the athletic contests.Interschool !
Claus in; his work. Church Church is nondenominational Court last Tuesday afternoon. j I Kiwanis club decided to sponsor

\ The and the trustees hope to call competition is one of Smith was up for breaking and enter the team that will enter the inter-
American Legion has chargeof
the program and various commit- on every Protestant family in Clew- the best stimulants to keen interest ing a house, said to be owned by city diamondball league for winter

'ston \\orth-\\hilo things. If you would Mrs. E. A. Schult. play.! The team will play under the r
tees will be appointed at their Sunday.
meeting.The next There will be no particular effortto I like such a program, read Mr.; Roy' Evidence brought out the fact that name of the Clewiston Kiwanis Club. '
cr't\ letter, and talk it over with Smith had land which
collect rented the on T. B. Shelley, newly elected president -
funds at this time but to
community tree has proven to
obtain Principal Stanley or the other teach the house was located, while ignorant : of the club had charge ofv the
pledges This call will be the
be a splendid thing for the children
ers and pledge your support. of the fact that the land had meeting in the absence of E. E. Kel- '
,only that will be
of the community and many child- one. conducted by
already been leased by Mrs. Schult. ly and discussed his plans for the
ren that otherwise would not be hon- I the church this year.
ored with a visit from St. Nick are The committee members and the Mrs. J. D. The jury was composed of the fol- coming year. -
l in will ArnoldMrs. lowing: A. W. Lawrence, foreman, Ladies night will be held on
which' work
made happy at that time.Child districts they
are: Chas. E. Lear, R. George, T. P. Pur- Thursday, January 3rd. At that.time

I 7f.. I year, J. P. Harris and Max Cole. the new officers will be installed. J.
'I\ Grover C. Poole, west of Central J. D. Arnold, 63, died 'at six I
O. Kinnamon, formerly dean' of the
/ Is
BruisedIn Avenue
and Royal Palm; Marion o'clock yesterday morning on the
j:Miami Military Academy will be the
Leydig, east of that area to San Ga- houseboat moored at the point of
Prescription Dept.
Fall brial Jim Beardsley, from San guest speaker. Mr. Kinnamon spoke
From Car ; the old levee west of the hurricane

Gabrial to the east city limits. ]I gate. Mrs. Arnold came to Clewiston Open at Lake DrugJ. here experiences two years in the ago African, telling jungles.He of his.

from Moore Haven about three
will speak on the same subjectat
Fay Lou Mitchell, 5 year old Anglins Found years ago with her two sons, M. L.
; GuiltyIn G. Niblack, graduate pharmacist this meeting. telling more of his
daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Mitchell Arnold and Tommy Arnold, who ,
sur- and of the Lake Drug
manager experiences In that part of the world.
fell from the sedan In which Hicoria RobberyHamp vive her. The deceased had been in
company has announced the openingof Mr. Kinnamon is a well known ex"x
she was riding with her mother ill health for several months.
a prescription department at the ploicr] and his stories prove very interesting t
along the highway Saturday morn-; Funeral services were conductedat '
drug store. his audiences.
new to '
Ing, but escaped with a severe shak- Ortona
Cemetery in Glades
coun- Mr. Niblack, who with T. B. Pur- members
and J. T.' Anglin, brothers. Several new were pro-
Ing-up and several painful bruises. ty yesterday afternoon with
Rev.
who are indicted in Hendry countyfor L. year, recently: established the Lake posed but no action was taken.DIAMOND .
Mrs. Mitchell was driving the sedan M. Lilly of Moore Haven officiatingand
in
robberies Drug company the Hopkins Build-
several Clewiston .
when the door, In some unex- the
Everglades Funeral Home of -
were found guilty in circuit court in ing, states that the department Is
plained manner flew open, and Fay Clewiston in charge of "
Sebring Wednesday of the robberyof arrange- a very complete one with a full line
Lou who was leaning against It, fell ments.
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the Hicoria depot several monthsago. of drugs and that he is now equip-
from the car. Mrs. Mitchell stopped I BALL SCHEDULE
ped to fill prescriptions promptly
as quickly as possible and took the '
;:. child to a nearby residence. Fay Lou The brothers 'are charged with VISITIXG 1IOU11S AT and efficiently. FOB COMING WEEK .

-. suffered from severe nausea for a robberies of the Clewiston Supply THE SUGAR HOUSE Mr. Niblack was formerly the T

..' few days and was under observationIn Company, the wholesale Gulf plant, pharmacist at the Clewiston Dr

a West Palm Beach hospital, but and the U. S. Sugar corporation of-I The Clewiston Sugar house of the company. gl Tuesday

: no further injuries have developed. flees They were brought to LaBelle' United) Sugar corporation is opento High School, vs. Engineers. S

{it She was brought home Tuesday and to await trial in the spring term of visitors for the current season. LA IFTD' TO MEET .

J,i<'" : ;: has practically recovered now. circuit court here by: Sheriff Dean: Guides are provided and visitors per-I Friday

ey, who permitted their transfer to mitted during these hours: The Ladies Aid Society of the S

'r" .U'--I_ : F. G. Garrison and W. C. Gates.f" Highlands county to Stand trial 9 a. m. till 12 noon. Community Church will hold its reg- neers.Sugar Corporation, vs. Engi- ,5,

:"':' there in the current term of circuit 1 p. m. till 2 p. m. :r ular December meeting next Thurs-
'- : of Fort Myers, were in Clewiston court The Hendry county court termis No High School, vs. Kiwanis. ,
visitors are permitted on Sundays day afternoon at the home of Mrs. :
i,on business Saturday. set for ; '
February. '
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THE CLEWISTON 'NEWS Friday, November 30, 1934

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tions were two "accommodation" deals FRANK P. GRAHAMs
II
of Current with Andrew W. Mellon.
News Review Let Our Motto Be

JUDGE CHARLES L GOOD HEALTHBY
FEDERAL
the World Over of Louisville Ky., over-
Events
DR. LLOYD ARNOLD
ruling an attack on the validity of the s
Professor of Bacteriology and Preventive
Frazler-Lemke farm moratorium act, Medicine,University of Illinois,
declared "with regret" that It Is con College of Medicine. ,

stitutional. In his opinion he said: n ..._........-._-_.._----- I

PresidentStarts His Social Reform Program, Putting "The legislation, In some of Its provisions TOO MANY GIRLS DIE OF

Is unfair to creditors and un- q' TUBERCULOSISGirls

Unemployment Insurance First-Visits TVAon wise even as to farm debtors for It

closes to them all Y'a
Inevitably private
Warm >- In their teen age have a. generally -
Way to Springs. ft
of credit.
sources .\ '
.... high average of health. In fact,
statistics for Illinois -

LANDIS, the only Re- 4 show that the
By EDWARD W. PICKARD FREDERICK yfra
be elected to congress
by Western Newspaper Union. ten-twenty age pe-
from Indiana In the recent election the
riod has high-
organization will report to the President died of pneumonia in his home town l "% est health averagefor
'a /
background from time to time and Its activities Logansport. He was a brother of / period
I any age
ready to push forward mono- rapidlyhis will cover the treasury. Interior Kenesaw M. Landis, national base both for boys and

ambitious plans for what be calls public works federal housing, farm I ball commissioner. / aA'.9i girls.

"the abundant life credit. Home Owners' Loan corporation I / But too many

In this country So agricultural adjustment administration BUDGET requests for 800 new air- -, girls die of tuber-

2 ;a be has appointed a ,- export-import banking commodity have been submitted by the culosis In this age

large advisory council credit, federal deposit Insurance army air corps, and If the corps' planIs P. Graham president of the group. Their death .

to aid In formulatingand the RFC. federal reserve board approved the United States will have University of North Carolina, was appointed rate is twice as

vetting through and public work housing.In the largest and most up to date mlll- by President Roosevelt chair- high .as for boys

congress his programof connection with this co-ordinating tory aerial armada In the world, Including man of the new advisory commission with tuberculosis

social reforms. The move the White House stated that 'eventually 2,400 planes. named to aid In formulating legislation in the same age

chairman Is Frank P. when the present applications of the for social .reform.WASHINGTON. period.

Graham president of Home Owners' Loan corporation have OERMAN, Nazis In the Saar organized Many moralists will undoubtedly wag

the University of North been reduced to terms of approval the -* as_the German Front, assert LEADSIN their heads and say that this Is because -

Carolina who has original $3.000.000.000'allotment will that the French separatists: have the modern girl wears too few

i.C.Ji1U: : ',, been Serving as vice have been used up. been trying to stir up a quarrel for CRIME FIGURES clothes and stays up too late.

Frank P. chairman of the NRA the purpose of Inducing Geoffrey Knox, I But then how explain that in her

Graham consumers' advisory program that is being president of the League of Nations grandmother's when
ANOTHER day girls wore
board. He and his colleagues, all prepared by the Presi commission for the Saar to call In foreign Worse Than Other Cities of loads of clothes and the wildest party

known to be New Dealers or In close dent's advisers for action by congresshas troops. The accusation was contained Comparable Size. was over before twelve the same pro-

sympathy with the New Deal are to do with the nation's natural resources In a note sent the"League deny portion of girls died of tuberculosis

asked by Mr. Roosevelt "for advice and and the necessary legislationIs ing that the German organization has Washington.-The city of Washington then as now? ,}
of a program being drafted by the national resources the law In inhabitants % 'l' i
counsel In development gone beyond. urging enjoys the dubious distinction of In a study which we have been making *

for unemployment Insurance old age board. It Is of utmost Importance of the Saar to vote for returnof leading eight sister cities of approxI- In the medical research department .

security and adequate ,health care." and In Washington there Is a belief their land to Germany In the plebIscite -
mately the same, size In crime. That'' of the University of Illinois, we have
Work on the social program alreadyIs that It may lead to government to be held January 13. was disclosed In an analysis by the learned that since 1870 when the first l

well under way and an executive control, and possibly government ownership In Its memorial to the league the Department of Justice of crime In ten I vital statistics In this country were col-
of all timber lands oil reservoirs -
committee has laid the groundwork.Also ,and coal fields and government German Front asserted that It pos- cities hovering about the half million lected, the peak age for deaths from

Miss Frances Perkins secretaryof sesses documents to prove that France tuberculosis girls was In the
dominion over all existing and future population mark.Washington among I
labor and chairman of that executive has sent arms Into the Saar and that ten-fourteen-year That peak
water power developments on the naion's takes first place in robbery group.
committee, has named an advisory pro-French have been traInedIn
groups
has held for every decade. In 1S70.20S ,
lakes and rivers. grand larceny and petty larcenyand I
committee of physicians and surgeons the use of machine guns and Inflammable Is second In murder burglary and girls died to each 100 boys In the
according to advance rumors will This Is for the
that liquids purpose 230
ten-fourteen-year In 1880
"revolu- ROOSEVELT has gone auto thefts. In the first nine monthsof group ;
report a program that will be PRESIDENT retreat at Warm of executing a coup d'etat late the on this basis the capital girls; in 1890, 250 girls; in 1000, 25T
tionary almost to the point of establishing in November or early In December the year '
girls ; in 1910 262 girls; In 1920 255
This Springs. Ga. where he will remain leads In general crime. Cincinnati
medicine.
socialized German note said.SENATOR '
Harvey until after Thanksgiving day, and on New Orleans Minneapolis Newark, girls.
Is headed by Dr.
medical
group The from 203 in 1870 to
Jump girls
the way had some Interesting experi Pittsburgh San Francisco, Buffalo and
Cushing of Yale whose daughter and his fellow ; 262 in 1910 Is the
THOMAS girls explained by
Harrods- named.In .
Roosevelt ences. First he traveled to Milwaukee follow In the order
Betsey Is the wife of James were not pleased with fact that the general death rate for
burg Ky., where he helped Gov. Ruby the first nine months of ,the year
of the President.
son the President's choice of a new governor girls In the 1870 1880 and 1800 dec-
Laffoon and other officials In the unveiling -, the total number of crimes was 8,927,
Secretary Perkins announced that memorIalto of the federal reserve board to ades was much higher than It has been
and dedication of a a slight increase over the corresponding
other committees were being organizedto
succeed Eugene Black. so far In this century. This mean
for the men and women who established period in 1933 which has a total
aid in the formation of plans
He picked Marriner S that In the earlier years not so many
federal Intervention In problems of there the first permanent Anglo-Saxon Eccles a Utah banker of 8,887 crimes. In 1934 there was a girls- reached the ten-fourteen-year age
and den settlement west of the Alleghenles. decrease In murder robbery, burglaryand
public health, hospitalization, whose Ideas of In
federal as now, with our lowered death rate.
The monument erected by the auto theft but an Increase In
tistry. flatlon are not at all
They had more typhoid, diphtheria,
at a cost of $100,000 overlooks -
government and petty larceny.
those of Thomas for grand and other Infectious diseases In thos
Pioneer Memorial State park. they' do not Include With a murder rate of 10.3 per '100-
the federal conference on days to take their toll.
WHEN It depicts an epoch rather than an
behind
is
In Wash- fiat money. Mr. Eccle 000 population Washington
security met Moreover we learned that this condition -
event and the only portrait among the believes In "credit inflation" Cincinnati with a rate of 129. The murder -
ington, nearly all the members of the carved is that of George held true In twenty-five other
figures
many be would rate of other cities In the population
advisory committees were present. who there his ; countries besides our own where sta-
Clark planned
Rogers control the reserve Is follows: New Orleans,
The President told, the delegates that of the old northwest terri- group as tistics were available. In every coun-
he would present to the coming con- conquest banks' purchases ol 10.1 ; Minneapolis. 4.1;' Newark, 3.6 ; try the peak age for the death of girls

gress bills to provide for setting up immediately tory.From Harrodsburg the President government securities. Pittsburgh, 2.5 ; San Francisco 2.3; from tuberculosis was In the ten-four-
Marriner S. issue money against Buffalo 2.2 and Milwaukee .4.
,
an unemployment Insurance teen-year and In country _
group every
went to see the Tennessee valley development Eccles
and
these purchases
program. As to health Insurance" which has been well called the The Washington auto theft rate of more than twice as many girls died as ..
-
spend the new money for government 4S0.$ is behind that of Minneapolis of >--.
he not
old age pensions he said was laboratory of the "more abundant boys In the same age group.
\ certain the time had arrived for fed Interest bonds, thus creating an endless chain 490.4 and the burglary rate of 393.2 Is That set us thinking. Modern flapper -
life. It with
was deepest
credit So long as this
of arrangement
these Into effect, behind that of Newark'with C91.5. foolishness couldn't beheld
eral legislation to put certainly
that he viewed the work that is being chain maintained unbroken thf
and he uttered warning against done by about 1.200 men building damsIn government's were credit would be inexhaustible Washington leads )In burglary at 99.7, responsible for a condition that

"organizations promoting ,fantastic the Tennessee river and tributarIesto grand larceny at 1G9.S, and petty lar- has held for decades all over the world.

;. schemes" and arousing hopes "which provide flood control navigation ceny at G79.9 per 100.000 of popular The cause Is physiological. This ten- I
power Something like fifteen billion dollars,
cannot possibly be fulfilled." tlon. fourteen-year period is the time when
and fields of work for
f- new per according to Mr. Eccles should be
: Though Mr. Roosevelt conceded to sons' drawn from' unprofitable land. spent by the government for public a girl passes'' through the stage from

the separate states the right to decide After a vlsl\ to the Hermitage home works and housing projects and he August Pabst Is Killed girlhood to womanhood. It Is In this

what type of unemployment Insurance of Andrew Jackson at Nashville Mr. thinks this vast sum can be obtainedby When His Plane Crashes time that she starts her regular stimu-

they would adopt, he declared that he Roosevelt Inspected the revived Muscle following out his monetary plans. lation periods when the metabolism

would reserve to the federal govern- Shoals plants and the Wheeler and Wilson Chicago. August Uihleln Pabst, the body Is Increased. In tubercu-

ment the right to hold and Invest and dams and then went to Tupelo. twenty-seven years old, naval reserve losis the cure Is largely rest but with

control all moneys which might be Miss.. the first town to purchase power THE government has Issued an order of pilot and member of the wealthy Mil- this monthly Increased metabolism rate-
the free
collected. from the new federal development. exportation waukee brewing family, was killed the body can't rest.
I from the United States, and
capital Great Lakes Naval Training be done about de-
This was necessary the President when a What then can

4 added because of the magnitude of the SAM need expect no pay- business men take this as a concessionto station plane he was flying crashed creasing this high death rate among
those who demand stabilization of
funds and "so that the use of these UNCLE from France on the war debt near the Pal-Waukee airport.Pabst's girls? The common sense thing Isrdon't

funds as a menus of stabilization may on December 15 when the next Instal- the currency as a prerequisite to business companion in the plane, John let the girls get tuberculosis.You .

be maintained in central managementand recovery. It does not mean Swazas twenty-four years old a Wau- may say that Is easier said than
ment Is due.' It Is stated In Paris that stabilization but is toward It
employed on a national basis." It France will then de- a step kegan battery company employee and done. But young girls can be kept

Is expected that from $4.000.000.000 to fault for the fifth- and Indicated the administration has an apprentice seaman in the naval reserve away from active 'cases of tuberculosis.This .

$5.000.000,000 would be raised In the straight time. Pierre dropped the Idea of bringing about recovery who was acting as observer was Is easier to do now than It was

' course of several years. Etienne Flandln, new, by debasing the dollar. Presumably fatally burned when flames enveloped In the past because active 'cases of

further attempts to cheapenthe the after it fell into a row of
Mr. Roosevelt Insisted that unem- premier, opposed plane tuberculosis are now usually broughtto
s pay- dollar In foreign exchange were
ployment Insurance must be kept en- ment In 1932, when he hemlock trees. sanltoriums where they can be giv-
contemplated, the treasury would not
tirely apart from the dole and that was minister 0 f en the proper care. But If a girl should

: It should be managed strictly on an ; finance and his cab- leave flight of the American doors open capital for the abroad.wholesale Youth Confesses He contract tuberculosis, then take care of

actuarially sound basis. He Indicatedthat : inet is now taking the Slew Coast StudentLos It In the early stages. Tuberculosiscan

he favored legislation along the same position as the be cured easily If It Is taken at J'"
UM MOONEY., vho has served 18 Angeles.-Less than 24 hours It Is when It has been mallowed
beginning.
lines of the Wager-I- wls bill Intro- previous government T the ,
duced In*the last congress under which -awaiting an Anglo- years of a life sentence for cnm- after Lawrence Leonard Lyons was to make progress that Its cure- (.
plicity In the San Franci'-co Preparedness announced
a 5 per cent federal tax would be put American settlement shot to death, the police is difficult.
all Premier day bombing In 1916 may yet wH_ that a negro lad had confessed he should be
upon commercial pay rolls certain which would serve as Parents of young girls on
portions of the proceeds being paid Flandln a basis for Franco- release. The United States Supreme killed the thirty-year old medical student the watch always to note signs of list-

v, back to such states as had adopted American negotiations.The court consented to .ve at least preliminary less or finicky appetite, lack of desireto -
consideration to his 'case, and said
Police Captain A. S. Bradley
t; legislation for the working of an unemployment only idea for revision of the play or do active exercise irritabil-
that is In his favor. admitted the
a big point Russ Griffin nineteen
$ Insurance program. The cause may be some other
debts that has met with any enthusiasm ity.
The court ordered the warden of San killing, but said he shot Lyons duringan
::, Before the conference members went In French parliamentary circles Is reason entirely but suspect tubercu-
Quentin prison to sb v cause within 40 self-defense.
In
to the White House argument take her to the doctor for an
to hear the President a 10 per cent payment to correspondwith losis and
days'why counsel for Mooney should however evidence
Bradley reported,
; they Indulged In a discussion the reparations relief granted examination.One .
not be granted leave to filp a petitionfor Indicated that Griffin and William
;4'' that brought out all sorts of views on Germany by the Lausanne agreement. of the great landmarks of medical
a writ of habeas corpus. The orderof kidnaped Lyons
another ,
Smith negro
what should be done. Relief Adminis- Proposals for larger amounts or "pay eclonce! was the discovery of the
the court does not mean that It and drove him to the Little Harlem section
trator Harry Hopkins and Mayor La tuberculin test by Von Pirquet In 1907
ment In kind. have met with coldness. will review the case.CELEBRATIONS where they planned to rob him.
,
Guardia of New York urged Immediate The chamber of deputies is clingingto By means of the tuberculin test It 1*

establishment or'a.. federal programto the position that France will not I In possible to find out whether a person
of Armistice day
Include benefits for the 4200.000 pay one cent more than It gets from and the allied Republican CommitteemanKills has ever been Infected by the germ of

families now on relief. Hopkins said Germany. countries of Europe were generally Himself in Chagrin tuberculosis. The test Is made by

any program not encompassing these placing a small amount of a substance
marked by warnings of the dangers of Despondent becausehis
destitute "is not worth Its salt." La Philadelphia. tuberculin between the layers of
NDREW called
MELLON may now have
A another terrible war In the not distant Democratic In the re-
division went
Guardia In the same vein said cities another cause for grievance the skin. If the person has ever been
future. At Arlington national cemetery
Detective George
"'- cannot hold up under the relief load against the federal Treasury department President Roosevelt quietly laid a cent election, County committeemanof Infected, a small red swollen spot will

much longer. This was not In accord for the government has made Oestrelch a Republican appear within two days.If
wreath of chrysanthemums on the himself ho
the Twelfth ward, shot as A
with the view
expressed a little later the Union' should react to
charges against Trust grave of the Unknown Soldier while died two hours later. your daughter thil I
in bed. He
by the President and was an exampleof company of Pittsburgh a Mellon Institution military detachments stood at attention lay tuberculin test, then the physician will ,. _!

the confusion of ideas In the con- of filing "a false and fraudulent and then, as taps sounded. Mrs. give her further tests to determine .:

ference. income tax return" for 1930 In a tax Roosevelt stepped forward and placed Husband Wipes OutCalifornia whether or not the disease Is "walled .

i' action demanding payment of $218- a single white flower at the foot of Triangle up" or In an active state. He can da<

f. Ff+ OR the purpose of obtaining better 333 plus a 50 per cent penalty.In the shrine. National Commander Bel-- Manuel Ruez this by X-ray pictures and an examination

,.. co-operation among federal agencies supporting Its claim the govern: grano of the American Legion was one Sacramento Calif. of ,the chest. ,d,

engaged In lending government funds ment listed eight transactions In 1931as of the speakers at Arlington and called shot and killed his estranged wife Anna There Is not much occasion for alarm '"

,. the President has appointed. a committee evidence that all were a part of for adequate defense of the nation and her male acquaintance Florenzo when ,the disease Is treated at the be- '.f"'

consisting of the heads of the agent a false and fraudulent course of con- against both foreign foes and the forcesof Alvorez. and then committed suicide ginning. As we said before, tuberculosis

dies with Secretary of the Treasury duct on the part of said Union Trust unrest that are attacking our Instl here, after he had been slighted by a I. can be cured easily when recog-

i Morgenthau as chairman. The new company." Among the 1931 transac tutions. remark the woman made. nized In Its early stages.

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"' CHAPTER I He wanted a child-and when at last ing a necktie. Anything that looked the name of -" when Mrs. Gatlin In-

he realized that, In the phraseology of well would fill the bill But when It terrupted softly-"Lucretla."

-1- his times, there was nothing doing came to selecting some other man's "Nothing doing" Mr. Gatlin! declared.

Mr. Theodore Gatlln's married life there was born In him the first coherent baby, I gave the job all the attention I "Lucretia I Wasn't that the woman- To Remove 'Rust ;"

had demonstrated to him the absolute thought he had ever had on would give to the purchase of a pieceof that poisoned people-a wop woman? If you have had difficulty In re- '

fallacy of the ecclesiastic contentionthat the subject of matrimony. He told property. I wouldn't think of buyIng Her name shall be Penelope. I like moving rust from steel, this hint :

marriages ared', In heaven. himself that ne was sick unto death 'a 'lot until I. had run down the rec- that name." may help you : Take an emery board

In the beginning" had married striving to be a good husband and ac JoVdVof the title and satisfied myself The pastor smiled faintly. Having and dip It Into turpentine. Rub it

Louise Hancheti for a number of rea qtilring no merit because of his effort here were no flaws In It. If men already sensed that all of the en- carefully over the rust. This should ,"

sons, none of them really Important He told himself ne had a house but :would only employ that much common thusiasm for the child was Mr. Gat remove the rust if it is.not too deep.

She was of good family ; Ie.., her not a home ; that Louise had "taken sense In selecting their wives-or lin's, he was 'seized with al perverse desire Several: applications may be re-

parents were prosperous middle-class after her mother," which meant that wives. In selecting their husbands to please the sentimental fellow, quired. Polish with a clean clothor

folk whom scandal had never touched. he had taken after his afflicted father knew what a nervous, complaining so he said quickly: "-and give thee chamois. THE HOUSEWIFE.

':They were eminently respectable If i in-lawl I selfish old shrew her mother was- the name of Penelope." Copyright by Public Ledger, Inc.

trifle bovine in disposition and Louise! He gave considerable thought to the what's that law the doctor spoke of? Mr. Gatlin hugged Penelope to him WNU Service. ,

was their only cnild. and sole heir to subject and finally decided that Louise Ah, yes. Mendel's law. The law that and kissed her back of,the left ear.

such worldly goods as her parents would be all right if she only had like shall produce like. Simple I Nat. "You mustn't kiss her, Theodore," Which Are You?

might have accumulated and which Mi something to occupy her mind. She ural I Any fool should have thought of his wife protested. "Kissing is unsanitary A peculiarity of the American

Gatlin believed rhey were not likelyto sought happiness and blamed him because that-and yet It took an old monk-a You might give her some sort vocabulary is that the stiffs only

dissipate; for which reason he did she could not find It. Mr. Gatlin celibate-to promulgate the news. of disease." come In two grades : Poor and lucky.

not contemplate having to support them did not know where happiness mightbe Whew-w-w-w !1" "Oh, lord,'" Mr. Gatlin murmured, -Detroit News.

;;;';:Y; ,:' 4 In their helpless age. found but Inasmuch as he was "Theodore," said ,his wife, from the "}V1ll I ever cease making hideous mis

, ;. : These were the common sense reasons moderately certain of peace of mind other twin bed, "I should think you takes

v-. : which his self-respect as a bus! while attending to his business, he had For in that Illuminating Instant he

ness man indicated he should conjure a hazy Impression that happiness Is realized that in adopting Penelope he f ,

:-.?;2 : to his defense In making this important not infrequently found In securing a I, k4 I had made terrible mistake. His wife' P

'.:'..:.: step ; In reality they were job and working ,at it. So when a didn't want her.I At the very momentof '
a
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< step, which was a mad Infatuation he of fatherhood were not apt to be real. ment he knew it was a failure. How.
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mistook for love. Louise Hanchett's.;: ized he had a brilliant Idea and ever It was no part of his wife's Intention .'
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: cold, classical beauty and Vere de Vere broached It to Mrs. Gatlin. (at least for the present) that .

form, which she knew how to dress "Let's adopt a baby I" he urged. he should realize this, so she took the .
Your druggist is authorized to
beautifully and In good taste, had so Louise demurred. She had her baby from him. cheerfully refund own your money on the spotif

:, dazzled him that it never occurred to doubts as to the advisability of taking Within, the week, Theodore Gatlln; you are not relieved by Creomulsion.

him to ask himself whether the objectof over somebody'fe else troubles-one having communicated with' the ad-

"_ his passion had wearing qualities; never knew how an adopted baby was jutant general of the army at Wash-

If she had common sense ; If she was going to turn outthere was no hurry, ington, ascertained that Capt. Ronald No More Freckles

healthy and capable of bearing" children anyhow-she must have time to con- Elliot's body had been brought home ;

f ," ; If she was of sound ancestry. sider the Idea-her health. 11 from the Island of Sulu and Interredin Weather-Beaten SkinIt

However there was some excuse for the national at the Presidio
. cemetery
"To h-1 with your health !I" Mr. Gat. g. *
. this carelessness In Mr. Gatlin's case, of San So he had
Francisco. is to have lovely
BO a
Ian roared, for the first time in his!: easy now
" as, Indeed, there Is In the case of all married life becoming vulgar "Every Penelope's mother disinterred from the skin of satin-like texture; to have
but superman. Engaged as be was In Potter's field and reinterred beside the smooth, white, flawless new beauty.
doctor you've had tells me you're organically -
Just
the retail shoe business, he had never soldier, after which he gave orders for begin tonight '+' ',' 'a
sound. You only think you'resick. by using famous .i <''
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heard of Mendel's law, and If anybody, ." the erection of a suitable monumentover Nadinola; Bleaching :k' :'
in conversation with him, had mentioned them. Cream tested andtrusted '
"My nerves," she, protested, but he L : j-fjitf. .;
genetics, he would doubtless Viewing him from every angle, he for over a y' '.
silenced her. 1 ; .
generation. The min- .w ',
have thought that they were some new was a most peculiar retail shoe deafer >
"You think too much about ute you smooth it on, ', -J'
yourselfand ,
form of athletic contrivance. The
only For a month all went well with the Nadmola to '
practical, Information he had on theSthryby not at all about anybody else, par Gatlins, and then Mrs. Gatlin Issued whiten, smooth begins and i' J.-<6

ticularly me. What you need Is a babyto her fiat. clear your skin. Tan y ? ,:, 1 .

,. fuss with. You'll learn to love It Ina "Theodore," she said, "I must insiston and freckles; muddy, i- ::r-, <
month'as much as If It wan your own sallow color vanish .\:f ., ,-)
one thing. Penelope must never .
flesh and blood." quickly You feel its.. .. ,.'. :y' 1
know that you and I are not her nat- tonic effect immediately ? ::.-. .;'.. J
< Any "I'm afraid you'll not" love It, Theo- ural parents. I feel that such knowl- and almost i J. .' ".- <1
dore. You're so cranky and Irritable," overnight see ; .
edge might detract from her love for you .<' ?h, H" ':
she defended. us." beneficial results, ra., '7
diant new beauty in Jour complexion.No .
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"Listen !1" Mr. Gatlin commanded."I'm "That won't work any hardship on long waiting; no disappointments.
it' J"\ at the point where I'm seriously I. "Boy or Girl, Theodore?" me, my dear," he replied."I feel Justas :Money back guarantee. Get a large

considering suing you for divorce on enthusiastic about her as if I rere: box of Nadinola Bleaching Cream at
i;;;\ might be more considerate of me than
f the grounds that you're a barren wom- I. her real father." your favorite toilet counter, or by mail,
<<:'" PETER to whistle like'that" and wake me up." postpaid, only 60c. NADINOLA, Box
an. In other ways you don't measureup "Another thing, Theodore. I love
fh ., "I'm so happy, darling, I couldn't 1l;. Paris, Tenn.WATCH.
to my idea of a wife and com- Penelope dearly, as you know, but :I
: help It. Forgive me.
i" : I
: ':; panion. It's no fun for me to come can't be made a slave to her. Do you

;; : B home night after night and have to "Have you" thought of a name for realize, dear, bow she keeps me tied YOURKIDNEYS
the ?
II listen to your tales of woe-" baby down?"

f: ', ,\ !: "You are devoid of sympathy," his "I have. Penelope." He gritted his teeth, and his wife !
"A horrid
j KThEi wife charged. "You neglect me." name. Where under went on: "We simply must have a
t} : did that I
heaven
= .. you get name? "
"Maybe I've failed said Mr. Gatlin, nurse for her. Be Sure
They Properly
"but by Jiminy, I've tried, and I'm willing To her unspeakable amazement he "Have two of 'em," he growled 'i
quoted a verse from Henry Herbert "Whatever she needs she shall have." Cleanse the Blood
; to keep on trying a little longer.
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L, 15 a Good Story Only, from now on, we're going to try Knibbs' poem, "Out There Somewhere." "That's right. Start spoiling her im YOUR kidneys are constantly fll-

methods and is mediately." impurities from the blood
my adopting a baby We'll dance merry saraband from hereto
; -but here is one one of them. If that fails I'll take the drowsy Samarkand: It was always like that. However, stream. But kidneys get function-

baby over myself; and we'll call in the Along, the sea, across the land, the I as the child developed, she brought Mr. I' ally disturbed-lag in their work-
F birds are flying south, fail to remove the poisonous body
"
Gatlin each closer
with a most unusual lawyers. And you, my sweet Penelope, out there I day to happiness wastes.
She knew she had gone as far as somewhere you wait for me, I than he had ever been before. She was Then you may 'suffer nagging
f" I With buds of roses In hair and his refuge. She was a healthy baby
.. and intrigu- she dared. Even the dullest of married your backache, attacks of dizziness,
kisses on your mouth. and hence a happy baby, and there was
women know when that point Is I burning, scanty or too frequent

/. ing twist. reached; that Is, they know when It They went by train to San Fran- not the slightest chance that she would' urination, getting up at night

,:, nas been reached for that day. cisco next day. With the child in his ever be, spoiled by having her own swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic

r' "Well, If we can find a baby of good, arms and accompanied by his wife and wishes perennially deferred to. If pains; feel "all worn out"Don't
o delay! For the quicker you
sound, Intelligent, healthy parentage," the lady manager of the Infants' shel- Louise Gatlin accomplished nothingelse ;
get rid of these poisons, the better
worth while (and this she accom-
she assented grudgingly. ter Mr. Gatlin repaired to the
; Superiorcourt chances of good health.
/ It is tale ) she did your
of ( unconsciously
nothingto
.1 an absorbing "I've got one staked out," Mr. Gatlin and legally adopted the daughterof plistyed Use .Doan's PiUs. Loan's are for

;:. ; love and mystery-one cried Joyfully, "and I know Its par Capt. Ronald Elliot and Janet Elliot, inflate Penelope's ego, which, as the kidneys only. They tend to pro-
ents. They're sound as grindstones. I both deceased. everybody knows, Is the breeding mote normal functioning of the

: of the most entertaining- know the grandparents of the child on From the courtroom they went to ground of human selfishness which, In kidneys; should help them pass off
turn, accounts for the unhappiness of the irritating poisons. Doan's are
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both sides."I Grace cathedral and had her
* ing of all this author's baptizedIn most of humanity. Mr. Gatlin, of recommended by users the countryover.
don't know them personally, he the Episcopalian faith-out of
cour- course, would have undone, In secret, Get them from any druggist.DOI11' ,
: famous stories. went on, "but I've had a doctor look tesy to Mrs. Gatlin's latest religious
much of this good work, had not the
up their records. High class people.No crotchet, Mr. Gatlin having no religious
realization come to him quite early' In \ $ PILLS
" :, Insanity and no crookedness in affiliations whatsoever. There was a Penelope's little girlhood that any I
them. slight hiatus here. The
pastor had ,
demonstration of excessive affection on
"I'll have to meet these grandparentsand Just sprinkled water on the little dark
his was Inevitably counteractedby Start the ""'
part -
You Will Enjoy parents, Theodore." head and said : "I baptize thee In' the day feeling !
an excessive severity on the part
"Unfortunately," he replied name of the Father and FlTand r
"they're of the Son of his wife toward the child.TO ACTIVE!
all dead." and of the Holy Ghost, and give thee BE CONTINUED .1-\
let)a sluggish overcrowdedsystemhaidycubackCLEANSE .1Don't
G.OLDENDAWN "What did they die off?" i I

"The grandparents on both sides, of Ancient Almanac Noted Certain Days TEA INTERNALLY,Get rid oflhswastes WITH GARFIELD thatslowyouuDandkeepyouieel
old age ; the father of the baby was -

an army captain and he got killed In a That Were Fortunate and UnfortunateLondon Usually Ing run.works down and within Inactive.8 /to j

fight In the Sulu islands. The mother 10hrs.MILDbutpronipllAtdrngstores25c&10ei/ ,

died in childbirth and the baby Is In I street curbs are dotted with for doctoring pains in the head and !

IBI the infants' shelter In San Francisco" men trying to make a few scanty Tuesday for pains in the legs. Should pLEIFRg iI i
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"Boy or girl. Theodore pence by selling Old Moore's Almanac any perverse person contract a pain on WSAM TEA COCpRFIELD I

Hanchett family was that Mrs. Han- "Boy." u somewhat lurid publication which the wrong day,. Kenningham calmly advised I I
chett was a shrew that Mr. Hanchett "I could stand a Theodore 8rookhlw.N'Y.
never boy, -
dire him "to the
predicts happenings for the en- bear it until right I
was a middle-aged man whose head I must have a girL"
suing year says a writer In the Philadelphia day for taking physic."
o was bloody'and bowed; that Louise Mr. Gatlin grinned evilly. "I figured Inquirer GARFIELDTEA

,, spas unhappy at home. you'd try to edge out of it that way.It '
" Old Moore institution
though a British Indian "Love Flower"A
In Mr. Gatlin the protective Instinct, Isn't a boy. It's a girL"
falls to give certain tips that
"charm flower' reputedto
abundant In all males, was particularlywell Louise Gatlin was, not very intelligent traditional 47 S4 '
were a feature of his forerunners. Doctor have been used by Pawn ;1 Indian WNU-7 I
developed ; so he yearned to provide but she was sufficiently so to I i Ii
Kenniugham's "New Almanack and maidens
Pawnee
Louise with the happiness he realize that for once in his life Mr. braves to make reciprocate -
Prognostication for the Year of Our love Is the red lobelia ,otherwise -
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knew s'ne had missed and which he, Gatlin was due to have his own way. Un
Lord 1558," for Instance adviceas the cardinal flower and sigh fly
thank God gave known as
Aw able
was to provide-for he That night as he lay abed, Mr. Gat.
: }f' to the fortunate and unfortunatedays the Red Betty. Pawnee traditions state
: ;..:1:: .,_ possessed also the usual amount of Hu suddenly gave himself a prodigious
which to buy sell the lucky that the lobelia ginseng two other Complexionsmuddylooking
! \. .; masculine ego. poke In the ribs. "What a Jackass I on or ,
T 'f'-:::; Following.two. years of married life, was not to consult that doctor before days on which to begin Journeys, ,and plants and red earth paint brewed together blotchy and
even the best days of the week on with several hairs from the ,
: ; during which he strove manfully to ac I married Louise, he groaned. "When
fr:;;:",-', .' which to take physic, according to the head of a desired maiden made thf red-relieved and improvedwith
complish the Impossible, Mr. Theodore I thought I could father a child of my
nature of the malady under treatment. stubborn one respond to the lover win safe, medicated Resinol.!
.U-t Gatlin went Into a mental haze. Six I own I didn't pay any more attention
.t' months of this and he became peevish. to Its ancestry than I would to select. Thus Monday was given as the day : owned the magic mixture






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:I I project. However,we expect. to make in it at all times. If you hire a capable Resld 3nts of 40 states and from.
The Clewistori NevIs .". . .". V V vvv '
I, the trip often enough to keep you I man to run it, "take for granted England Germany and Hawaii registered -
--------------------------------------- I Informed of the progress there, andif he knows his business and leave as tourists at Juneau, Alaska.
Published every Friday in Clewiston, AMBLINGS. there is a camp established we'll] the past season to the total numberof
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, I be looking for it. him alone" the school :will go aboutas 841, of whom 230 were Californ-

Inc. . . .................................... Incidentally, the trip through In- far as 'your business would, handled fans.
..........."."..................:..:... . . .1 I I diantown is necessary to reach; Okee- tho same way. 1

Keathley Bowden, Editor And doesn't it seem ,good to seethe I chobee now, Conner's Highway being Will\you give us your-cooperation? jThe

smoke issuing from the stacks,! closed from Port Mayaca on. It's I What have you to suggest? I
1 Entered as second class mail matter at the sugar house? Another harvest] 83 miles and 2 and one-half hoursof Very truly, NewCLEWISTON .

February 1, 1927, at the Post is underway, and from all indica-j anybody's driving 'time, to get,
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under tionsMt is a 'bumper one. there. ;. .'. Carl E. Royer.. WOOD
1897. 'I I Principal. LaBelle
March 3,
of
the Act The property of the Sugar corporation --- .
has been given the annual ov-!i I I II I _, Schools. YARD
Subscription: rate, $2.00 per year. erhauling, repairing, repainting and' Forum "
Public
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Advertising rates on. 'application. refinishing till it has the customary I I Phone 336XHlXBBBflflBflflflBBBBflBflBflBBBBB

shine. There's something very handsome -.
Devoted to the _advancement and f TI NOTICE OF .PIASTER'S SALE
about a great mass of properly -:
Clewiston and Hendry
welfare of moving machinery all gleamingand ( AN OPEN LETTER TO THE TRI

County. ', glistening like a freshly sterilized -I COUNT LEAGUE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that r m ) _
I the undersigned Special Master in :[
baby toy. The Barracks apart- JACK'S FAMOUS HB I
ment building has nothing drab I LaBelle, ,Florida. Chancery, by virtue of the final decree 1 a
Florida Wants Fund For Needy, of foreclosure entered in that
headline. What state doesn't? about it either, we like the fresh I'I November. 24, 1934 certain cause pending in the Circuit : Chop Suey Dinners :Dg

bright paint. Ind I "tto have been engaging in friendly Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof
from 6:00 to 8:00
\ there's a canteen at the sug-! athletic contests for several years. Florida, for Hendry County, in Tuesday qM
Florida fire loss tats year was ar house this year. What a boon to These are valuable and I hope they Chancery, wherein The Clewiston
19800000. A lot of money we burn I Company, a corporation, is plaintiff, SPECIAL BROILED STEAk.Dimlers .
those who work or visit there! Good may continue. The LaBelle High : :
needlessly. things to eat and the usual assortment School are the proud possessors of and Hendry Investment Company, Thursday Nigttt :
et al defendants, will, Monday -
are on
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of smokes and drinks. I several trophies won in the recent ----------- -- "
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Huey Long says he is going to run December 3, 1934, between the R
for president. That's a' lot of "Huey"to Some sections have tourist sea-j i years. and we fully expect to win hours of eleven o'clock, A. M.: and : Watanabe Hotel :
with. : sons, but nothing could be'sweeter| :mother this year. However, I am two o'clock, P. M., at the front door ,
have to put up than a sugar season, and that's whatwe I not sure that the overemphasis that of the County Court House In La- o. :\Irs.! F. TI. Maxwell, l rop. :

find we have. has been placed upon athletic prowess Belle, Florida, offer for sale and n
The Palm Beach Post says thereis Now while everybody else is be-I ::: has not been more detrimental sell at public outcry, to the best and I BflBBBBBBBBanflflBBBBflBflflflBBRESTIMATES >
where cof-
a restaurant in Stuart I than beneficial. highest bidder for cash, the following -
is dated, bread Is dated and the moaning a bottomless bean market
fee
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described real property in Hendry -
I Charlie Miner is trying to foresee Our school children can do almost ( FURNISHED ON
dated too.
girls are ) County, Florida, to wit:
the price of English peas. We havean anything-and it is not hard to get I REQUEST
Lot No. 23, Block ,No. 150, of
President Roosevelt is down from idea we can learn more about them to do well the things that the I I
the City of Clewiston as described -
the TVA to the BVD country, says this business of truck farming in teachers and the community deem in the "General Plan of C. E. STEBEL 4_.'
the Everglades by watching him important. The important thing to 1 1 I
the Fort Myers News-Press. Getting Clewiston, more or less, dated
next 'to the country: so-to-speak. than we will by any other means. the child is the thing that will serve June 1st, 1925, prepared by Electrical Contracting I

Specially since he is considerate him best in life beyond graduation.Now John Nolen, City Planner, Cambridge PHONE 2121 II

'. In Fifeshire, England a coal mine enough to plant in the same block he realizes that only in a Mass.,, under survey by PAHOKEE FLORIDA '
the office is located vague sort of the thing the Elliot & Harman Engineering ,
burned for a period of 200 continuous giving us a way community -
Company Memphis, Tenn., Pe-
good birds' view praises and discusses ;
the
eye of matter.
years. That's a long time record oria, Ill., and Washington, D. Agent for
We were very much interested in now seems more Important to
for keeping the home fires burning.
C., which said premises are a GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
noting that the day the pickers made him, therefore we shoult takea
J part of a tract consisting of the
The 48-page Golden .Anniversary : lie last picking of that very good I keener interest in the accomp- East half of Sections 8 and 17 RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES ,I
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edition of the Fort :Myers News .looking bean crop he harvested lishments that are going to be and all of Sections 9, 10, 15 .
Press reached us last week. Printedon there Charlie had a tractor on the more valuable than tossing a and 16, Twp. 43 S., R. 34 E.,
gold colored paper the edition was field in 15 minutes tractoring the ball thru a ring accurately.' Thatis to satisfy said decree and all costs.

made attractive. bean vines under and plowing for a why a published honor roll based I H. A. RIDER,
very new crop, which he promptly plantedin upon scholarship is valuable. Par- Special Master in ..:.:":..:..:..:":..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..;,.:-:-:-:..:..:..: :..:-::
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The Reporter Star, of Orlando, English peas. In fact, some of the ents, take an interest in- your child Chancery. :::
says a liquor manufacturing concernis pickets: were still picking on the getting his name on that roll. In our EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER ;$% New and U reY' d ;+;
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planning an output of 3,000 gal- last half of the block when the trac- I school, that is an honor, that carries 1st National Bank Bldg.
tor special Miami, Florida, :;: FURNITURE ::
lons a day. That should boost the was plowing under the first half. privileges. _
aspirin business above normal. That is how valuable the time element -' The purpose of this letter is to Solicitors. 46-Nov.for Plaintiff.No. .'::.* ...::.
2-9-16-23-30.
is in this Everglades farming ruggest that our schools engage in ; .i'

The best way to feel for the, needyis business. other contests than athletic, and :I= BELLE GLADE ==
to put your hands in your pocket, School has completed the second I make them, at least equally' important O'D i

according to the Pathfinder. A hand month and the teachers- are still giving trophies to the winning J. Mg 1:1'0'U'I 'L I== FURNITURE COMPANY =i:
outstretched with a dime in it is holding their breaths. As one of I school. A contest in public speakingis .
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worth more than two hands in the them expressed it "Everything has I an easy one to arrange and is of Counselor and Attorney at Law Y
pocket. .' "' gone along so smoothly this -year, considerable value. It is, of course, Hopkins Building' :|=, Belle Glade, Florida :x;
I cannot 'realize I am teaching. I difficult to have a contest based
Next' Door To Theatre :;:
The Government sent notices to haven't had any disciplinary prob- strictly upon scholarship, sufficient- Wednesdays and Saturdays Y
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12 nations, reminding them that been lems at all, and everything has just ly-spectacular est to arouse public inter- 9:30 to 4:00 :::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::::
their war debt was due. The next as satisfactory as can be. "Why, ; and that is the necessary spur to
mail will I we even got pay for first secure participation of the majorityof
probably carry notices our . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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from 12 nations to the U. S., reminding -II month's teaching! pupils. I 1.1NNHNNN. . .NM. .NNNNNNNNNNHNNN. I . . I NNHNN. I I NHNH. .NNNNNNNNNNNNNNM. . I . . 1 si'
us again that they won't We made a Howard Sharp trip I I Representatives of the Moore Haven -
pay. yesterday-at least we made half Clewiston Alva and LaBelle

of it. Mr. Sharp, when he edited the schools will meet in a few days to

A HELPING HAXD I Everglades News, made a trip' I consider our athletic program. This Iii- Murray 'Motor iii

around the Lake every so often to I I other competition will be considered -

County Judge David Elmer Ward, keep up with developments and look at that ,time.
of Fort Myers has set an example the territory over. We went to Okee- I am addressing this letter to the '

that many judges throughout the chobee, and believe me, there are I patrons in the hope that you will '. ;> !
Company1
country would be wise to follow. many things to be seen on such a take an interest in the matter and '. '
Judge Ward came into front page trip. Started off with a tank full of assure your principal of your sup :.:: ,..:". :' .-J.,, ::
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print by his investigation of condi-I gas and a nice clean windshield. The port. Tell him you will helpthatyou "f :". + '

tions in the Girl's Industrial Schoolin I territory we' encountered from will attend contests and go along :;: IN NEW LOCATION :\:?>," :::
Ocala. But underneath this inves-i here to Belle Glade is so dry that j on trips to neighboring towns to encourage .:" ':. .!I

tigation we find a man who is not the windshield became very' dusty,"I your contestants and take .t.. .., ..:.1.

looking for publicity, but who is try- then we struck a fine misty rain, I som-e of the pupils with you-and .:. .2.

ing to put young people back on the and that made a nice coating of mudon furnish your own gas for the trip.
right road. the windshield and we struggled Don't deceive yourselves. You can Baker Service : ( i

Many instances have been noted along for half an hour before therain I have good schools if you take an ,: J. .

where' Judge Ward, rather than send became a heavy enough showerto active, personal, intelligent interest I.:. : .t., :::

a young man or young girl to prison clean it.There's I I :: : ::
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for a minor offense, has tried to give plenty of farming and activity Station ...- J .
that ,person a lift back to the high- along the road-and plentyof .:..:..:..:..:..:":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:":..: I.::: :<.: :i= '

way of success. traffic of every variety cars, I... : .:.:,.." ... I II

It is our opinion that if men in the trucks, tractors, the usual numberof I II II :!: ."\, :: I
capacity of Judge Ward would listen boys on bicycles, an unusual number I ... ... I
carefully and devote their time to of motorcycles and more pedes- Good Farm :;: The same skilled mechanics ':'.'. :.;: ,!

. the study of the cause of waywardness trians than you'll find in any other I .::. .:. I:

/ i be helped, many without of the young the expense people of could be rural The district Latham in company the world.has -I'I ,' Land ::1 Y: The same precision equipment ::1: ft !

t ing in a prison for thirty or 'sixty lished its field office on the banksof : I

days. the St. Lucie canal near Indian- I ::!: The same fair prices and prompt service :=:

I Some cases are hopeless and town, having moved the familiar little f1 Rent ... t
; nolning left but to send them to building from the Canal Point as we have given for the past several years :.!:
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, : prison, but likewise hurricane '
- many a person gate site. Much preliminary ,:, I
has been helped by. a kindly hand 'work is underway, chiefly that ... t i II I
"- extended, to them. of placing materials on the locations

and building temporary roads: and s : >- .*. COMPLETE LINE OF :.!..: V ,!

THE ROAD IIOG, bridges around the actual sites::: of I :
the spillways. The spillways, as you II I I :!: Auto parts and, accessories :: !

"t'i The Road Hog ,is a public menace probably know, are being built in locations .:.. \
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l' -more so in this section than elsewhere pointed out by Mother Na II I Trespassers I.i. .. I.I.i

,. due to the small highway ture herself. Wherever there has

"., running through the state.Driving been 'sufficient drainage into the I Will Be .i. Murray Motor i1 i 1 1F j j.i. jI I

.J to West Palm Beach i s canal to wash out a gulley the Engineers ProsecutedClewiston I

< getting to be like taking your life are locating a scientifically i I' .!. ;
in your hands. Trucks and cars pass designed spillway, which will take -
"6V' you and if one of them gives you I care of the drainage from the p:'iiiio I :1 F Company j

! your half of the road you considerit lands on both sides of the canal and \
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a miracle. ,,,ill prevent, the incessant formation .
-HAROLD JOHNSON Manager :*:
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Because of of sandbars I
the narrow highway, ju the St. Lucie which ...
drivers should exercise all precautions has caused such difficulty with Hart
in their driving. Road Hogs : gation. There are 'several draglineson The

are not only dangerous to themselves the job already. 1 I_: Baker Ser ice Station ii!
but ,
put Innocent drivers in dang r We didn't see that Seminole In \ '
of getting killed or seriously Injured. dian camp, which rumor has it will Y Y
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', Certainly If they'have no respectfor establish near Indiantown to give! I IiI Y

others they should have a little the "braves" employment on the Company Clewiston Florida :;: 1 .
respect for their own welfare.An I ::: ::: ;f r..:' ,':

ounce of prevention is wortha I If, : : "I
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pound of cure and I. / ..
it only takes to see that all lights on your .. .
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: : M. Schara of New York spent Is attached to the Clewiston, sub-of-, Evening Worship, '7:45 p. m. PAID? .j

a I I:;_:, Personal Mention :|: Monday till Wednesday in Clewistonas fice of U. S. Engineers. Subject: "The One Book." ;, I ,

:: : guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Invited to meet Mrs. Mills were The public is cordially invited, to 1.- '

;t .:X-'X..X..X-X..X..X..X..:..:..X..X..X..X* Spadaro. Mrs. R. W. Wardell: of Pahokee, attend all these services., ., 1.I.I................................................-........................................."-1\

a Mrs. F. A. Flanders and Mrs. W. C. ;: ::
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Mrs. M. H. Crouch spending I EVERGLADES $
Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams left Nail of Moore Haven, Mrs. W. F. CARD OF THANKS

few days in Tampa. Wednesday for Sanlbel Island, Simpson, Mrs. J. F. McLure,jr., 1\irs. I '.:*.* ThR2, '

: J R. L. Dosh spent Thanksgivingwith where they spent Thanksgiving with G. C. Poole, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. pWe wish to express' our appreciation .s. :. 1'i

f.f.;!;.' friends in Miami. friends from Ohio, who have a winter 'Roberts, Mrs. B.. C. Flanken, Mrs. for.the many expressions of I :;: 1:11'( 1 fIi: i 1 : :.
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: home there. F. M. Wright. Mrs. E. L. Stewart, sympathy' and kindnesses shown to, .s. D VI ,1.,, j ..i.. ;
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C. L. Downs was a business visi- Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. R. Y. our family during the illness and ** ** -.
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tor in West Palm Beach Wednesday.W. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman and Patterson, Mrs., H. A. Bestor and death.. ; our mother, Mrs...' J,-., D., :a Licensed Funeral Directors, :>* .
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Mrs. A. A. Munroe were shoppingin Mrs. Keathley Bowden., Arnold. *:*. and Embalmers *;%,

F. Simpson was a business visitor West Palm Beach Saturday. Mrs. The living rooms of the Digges '0 :' M. Ls ARNOLD. y!. A

in West Palm Beach Tuesday. Goodman's mother returned with home were attractively decorated THOMAS ARNOLD' ..*.. Anlbulance Service :$;:

them for a visit. with roses and gladioli. High score .f 3,.

Frank Walker of West Palm prize was 'won by .Mrs. Pafford, who Make f' :'A: CLnWISTOX., PHONE 328 :tjl i:
hemscivcs ,
Among the Clewiston shoppers in ;: ft'ireraiie 1
Beach was a visitor here :yesterday. received a set of coasters;; second yr
.. West Palm Beach Saturday were Mr. prize, won by Mrs Poole, was a, gaily It Is not. so! ,II,1di:i lifliilni-ss: :; ns h.,, ::. PAHOIUJB. PHONE 2301 ::,
and Mrs. M. "'1./ Mr. and pnifeme flint' f.n-.i:! rime .
Lt/R. visitorin Bigg, Mrs.G. wall to 'title'! possesses .:.
Selee was a business the week. W. Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. colored thermometer.. The meu'nn l I Him! I hey C'homip to' .:..;..:..:..:.:....:.:..:..:..:..:.".:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
first of honoree with'
Jacksonville the was presented a lovely -
Downs and L. C. Sturgiss. cnU themselves inh.erah'le.1netlIP; .
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.j Irrldescent ash tray.A

Miss Eva Mae Greene is spending salad and i Ice course was servedat r .
f left . . .' .. . . . . . .,. -
home In Plant Mrs. K. S. McMullen Wednesday .... . ,N. .H. .N......H. .11. ........ 1111.. . .N. N. . .. '
the week-end at her the conclusion playing. I .N N N N.N N 11 N N N N I N NM N .N. .N N.NN.1.N N N N N. N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N. 1i
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1 j City.Tom Shelley and. R. L. Dosh- madea Thanksgiving join Mr. McMullen holidays and in Miami.spend She the :MRS. DUFF GARDEN HOSTESS CLUB- MEETING' I! :


day.business! trip to Lake Worth Mon- will ,return to Clewiston Sunday.1 <' The Clewiston Garden Club met I it_ii: Announcing the :1 I

Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and "
Thursday afternoon at the hone of.
Mrs. C. F. Vaughn of In- daughter, Anne, and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Duff. Mrs E. L. Stewart

diantown were guests of friends here Grover C. Poole and son, John, were, presided. The chief business discussion -_ .. Opening of i

Sunday.M dinner guests Thanksgiving eveningof centered around plans for the
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas.Mr. .-
Community Christmas' tree.: The pre: '
E. Yenawine made a business paration of candy .and toys will take
trip to Jacksonville the first of the, and Mrs. J. R.. Peyton of the place of the regular December :
f week. Jacksonville arrived in Clewiston meeting.An ] t Our Prescription, :!_: i

yesterday, Mr. Peyton is connected II
interestingsocial hour was
with the district engineers office in .s.
3 Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg spent planned by the hostess, who led the I 's.
Jacksonville and is her business.
, 'iA y ,Sunday. visiting in Palm ,Beach andy on members on a tour through the lovely '
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.:?i- Miami. Mrs. F. A. McKenzIe: who has grounds of the Duff home.; Department i.
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been visiting in Lakeland for ten ,
i Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wayman of Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. F. M. .
days, went to Auburn, Alabama, to + t .
Moore Haven were business visitors Wright, Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. C. L. Y Y
spend Thanksgiving with her F. I
here Monday. son, Downs, !Mrs. 'J. "Wl 'Ezelle, Mrs. Ray Y ,
A. jr., who is a student Y
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McIntosh, Mrs: John Mowry, Mrs.. ..
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II I Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Shea of West there. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, :*I: Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by :: 4.f 4..

: Palm Beach were business visitors Mrs. Martha Ludekens. and Mrs. O. '. .

': ; here Wednesday.Miss Mrs. Richard Simpson, C. W. Mc- F. Schiffli. : Graduate Registered ,Druggist ::
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Donald and A. W. Sias were in Se- ;:

: ; Lucile Hampton is spending bring Saturday to take the civil service 1 .+. t_.
BRIDGE CLUB MET AT '
I !' the Thanksgiving holidays with her examination. The three are applicants Y:
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.MRS. THOMAS'MONDAY .. '.
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! parents in LaBelle. for appointment to the 19- :
: cal postmastership.Miss :t.: :We will .have 'a complete line'!gf Christmas :::
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i'i The club met
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt is spending bridge Monday at j ?

:, ,1, the Thanksgiving holidays with her Roberta George and Miss: the home of Mrs., G., B. Thomas. Mrs. +; Gifts for men and women on .. :i: p

parents in Fort Myers. Betty Spicer who are attending business Robert Christopher was a guest' of ::: : f .s
school in Miami are spending the club. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, holder
I week.. :
:2'r: display next '.. 3;
the '
Thanksgiving holidays here with of received
Mrs. Charles Darsey and daughter, high score, a novel cigarette -
heir parents. Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert box
containing powder and
Charlie Ann .
: ,I were business visitors .t.
, in Fort Myers Saturday. George and Mrs. Leah Spicer. puff. Mrs. Christopher received the I'.t.Y

cut prize, a set of coasters and rack, '' Y
L. J. Pape of Lake Worth was in Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sparrow of and Mrs. F. M.: Maxwell, holder of ;:;: Large Assortment Whitman'sChristmas :::
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" Clewiston Monday visiting h i s Columbus, Ohio, who are spending low score was given 4 novel ash tray.: ;_ .
the winter in Palm Beach spent Mrs. Thomas served a delectable :;:_ CandiesClewiston :t:
daughter, Mrs. Clyde Egley. .
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P Thanksgiving with their daughterand salad course to Mrs. Christopher, ..t'' .. ; __ 1 c' ( .;.
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E.: H. Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. Maxwell. Mrs. D. ..:. ._. .
Mrs. F. A. Flanders daughter, ..
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Latham, jr., at the Clewiston Inn 'i. .
Phyllis, of Moore Haven spent Sat- G. Alston, Mrs., G. C. Poole, Mrs. '

urday visiting friends here. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. C. W. McDonaldand '

Mrs. Guy Larsen suffered a broken Mrs. H. R. Hall. .f:_: LAKE: DRUG CO. ,

: E. M. prominent West right arm, when, she fell on the v.

(p = Palm Beach attorney, was in Clew- floor of the local skating rink while THE COMMUNITY: CHURCH. .

iston on business yesterday.Miss roller skating Saturday. Both bones 'Florida -
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but
: :Vilma Rhodes left Wednesday she Is recuperating nicely from Rev. D. Jenkins Ph. D.
Williams ,
I evening for Oakland to spend the painful injury. D. D., Minister. ::: I ,,Hopkins Bldg. Across from Post Office :;:

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! Thanksgiving with her mother. .
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W. S. Cowart ; . .'. . . . . . . . . . .
I and W. P. Vaughn, Sunday School 9 :,45 a. m. '
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; Capt. F. D. Duff was in Miami jr., are In a West Palm Beach hos- = =

; Wednesday for the meeting of the pital recovering from severe bruises

Okeechobee Flood -Control board. and lacerations which they received I
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Wfcdnesday afternoon 'i.
I I Ii when their car

i Mrs. L. A. Turner left this week overturned on the highway 19 miles h .A FOR SALE H !

I for High Springs where she was called west of Palm Beach.
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on account of the illness of heri :

i i '_ .. mother. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hanson and :i= ::: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :!: ::

daughter, Betty Clare, are leaving :: .. :3 V
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brief .s. :
vacation. Mr. Hanson will
den and Mrs. Olin Carleton return -
l I. werei" in a week but Mis. Hanson and :i: ::: .;. :i:
shopping. in Fort Myers Wednesday '!. 'i. :: .i..i.'i.
, afternoon. daughter are planning to remain fora :. 3bc'
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Jack Clark and M. M. Touleson of y

Miami were in Clewiston Tuesday. Mrs. Dean King entertained witha yYyy & : I i y

I Mr. Clark is state news editor off family dinner party Thanksgiving Y ,:

f the Miami Herald. Day, her guests including Mrs.

,, f. ; I Clarence Benbow and two childrenand ... .!. %k A. .'. .
Mrs. Charles Christian and child- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lamoureux Ay I t
,, ren, who are spending the winter and two children of Moore Haven .Ay S 4.& 'x4 ll X ,:
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E\ at Purita Blanca, spent the,week-end I and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Taylor of x
1 at their home here. Clewiston.Mrs. y Ayy
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Mrs. J. W. Moore and daughter, F. R. -Maxwell drove to .:. .i... :.i>:.
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"Miss Louise, returned Saturday from Gainesville this week for her son, : '

Tampa where Miss Louise has been Van Bush, who returned with his .t. ..y:.. : ,.:.

for medical treatment. mother W/sdnesday/ to spend ,the ..;. .:. ::>.i'.
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I I', ': Palm Beach spent Thanksgiving Bestor, who is visiting his parents, i y .
here with their daughter, Mrs. F. D. Jr. .. .:.
and :Mrs.! H. A. Bestor, and EdWard .t'. I .: .
! Duff and Captain Duff. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. .I y(

Ward. .;. y yAty
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mills and sons, yyy

k r Solon and Gene, spent Sunday with Pete Wilson, formerly of Cl wis- .. .y. .'.
J Mrs. Mills' parents, Mr. and Mrs. ton, was injured in an automobile 't.y yy :

t S. B. Crews, at Denaud. accident In Pahokee Thursday evening y
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r of last week, when a truck ; j'E y

: J. G. Allhands and F., L. WilliamSon struck the car in which he was rid- t :_ y y

who are spending the winter in ing. Wilson's arm was outside the ty yyy

Miami and Fort Myers were in ,Clew- car and was caught in the impact.He Y yyy
iston on business '.' &.- .. ,'.
the first of the is receiving treatment in a Vest 't.

I week. Palm Beach hospital for a badly :!: : Pay The Balance Like Rent *:!: ::

crushed arm. '
J. R. Wilbank and R. C. Pierce :;: :: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :: :: 1

(,. ;(: ..:'.'.k of here New this Orleans week.are The business visitors vIsItors are MRS.! DIGGES MRS.HONORS MILLS AT ElRIDGEMrs. :A 2"2'. :: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :;: + "

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Pierce, a prominent dredging and E. W.-Digges-entertained delightfully -I' = Clewiston Home BviIdng Association If I i i.t'

:. '. ? ;<'.:",:; construction company.. Mr. Pierce at her home on the gov- A
'_ ; has a winter home in Manatee and ernment
;\,: reservation Friday after .
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spend some time there
noon with a bridge party in honorof y : y
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Amazing Birth Claim Just the Thingfor

Made in Middle Ages

Ancient records found In New Or- OUR Small Girl
COMIC
SECTIONTHE
leans revealed a single birth of 36 ,

Jiving children. Pattern 1752
.Dr. L. R. Debuys, chief of the department '
of pediatrics at Touro In. .

flrmary, made the discovery while ,,r'I
delving into records after a discus FEATHERHEADS Some Crust 1 I Ir

Eton of the quintuplets born to )Mrs

Olivia DIonne, of Corbeil, Ont. WELL I IWHAT'S
WAIT AWP SEE:
A. certain Doctor Cuzzoni, records I HERE: IT IS-AN
FoR.'VE A SURPRISE=. 1
showed, studied more than 50,000,000 I INEXPENSIVE DELlCAc.y-
I
DESSERT A
births, and found that quintuplets: FoR You- VERY TASTY
were born only once in 41GOOOOC ODAY'MODERtJ TiMES PIE" 4

times; quadruplets, once In ;5,000times .
; triplets, once In 7,193 times. \ ,

and twins, once in every S7 times. .. .
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The most' startling revelation was- ... a J
the birth of 36 children to Countess :: : -I

Margaret, wife of Count VIrboslaus, v
of an ancient noble family near Cra- 0 on
covia, in Poland. The birth was reported -,i 5'

by Ambrose Pare, great
French surgeon of the Middle ages, J

who obtained the Information from y

torian.one Martin Gromerus, a Polish his- 1 I .



Good PointIt

Is all right to be a 'es" man If

the boss you "yes" Is! a "know" man.

Florida: Times-Union.
WELL ALL I HAVE To SO- '? WELLS ALL'I HAVE

SAY 1'5rHAT You i CERTAINLY I 'TOSAY { THAT: YOU

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MOTHER. USED TO-, MAKE USED TO MAKE
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Hospitals and doctors have always

used liquid laxatives. And the publicis ir

fast returning to laxatives in liquid

form. Do you know the reasons? 152 }"
The dose of a liquid laxative can be

measured. The action can thus be t/
1 s
For the little glrLwho wears cot-
regulated to suit individual need. It yy lm '
; ton frocks all year round, this de-
forms no habit; you need'not take a
Watern NewrysperIIntaa sign will be In
charming
a sturdy
"double dose" a day or two later. _- --, '. A
bright but the little
gingham, ruffle
Nor will a mild liquid laxative irritate ,
will set beautifully In wool as well.

the kidneys. FINNEY OF THE FORCE Challis is a nice material for a littlegirl's
The right dose of a liquid laxative An Eye OpenerI
dress, since It has a slight additional -
i brings a more natural movement'andthere I
is no discomfort at the time, oi I KNOW ITS PAINFUL WovJ WASH iToaT WITH THISSoLt"floN warmth and It washes beau-
after. HERE WAS A I tifully. The ruffle at the edge of the
:
NAvI46? SOME.THIM IM YOUR yoke Is not Indispensible, as the
The wrong cathartic may often de EYE:- Sill I'M MOT ALLOWED To NIECE OIF FORHI6M MATTER back view shows. Any child who
harm than .
more good.A MUCOUS
properly prepared liquid laxative SAKE IT OUT TMAT'-S AMOPERATE1 LODCSED IM THE wears this frock will look at leastan
Doc M> MBRANE WHICH \ Inch taller than, she is, becauseof
like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin OPTL1S/
L. brings safe relief from constipation, STREET: CAM IRRTA T ED THE the long unbroken front panel-
TH&
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and little girls, like their mothers,
It gently the
helps person'rbowels ( CORON
average )JSI.P410t.
until nature restores them te __ Po IT ; havb a yen for that, these days.

i'-', regularity. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup f ILL D' :j :::- r' Pattern 1752 Is available In sizes

4. Pepsin is an approved liquid laxative L 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12. Size 8 takes 2%

;,. which all druggists keep ready for yards 36 Inch fabric.' Illustrated

b:::, use.It makes an ideal family laxa- 4 h ;/ 5 step-by-step sewing Instructions In-

,. tive; effective for all ages, and may h { ; eluded

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;:t coins or stamps (coins preferred) ( -
for this pattern. Write plainly name,
; :i And Frequently Is address and style number. BE SURE
t' \, Love Is not folly, but It can easily TO STATE SIZE.

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Pattern Department, 243 West Sev-

enteenth Street, New York City.

f: : If u dire ealyF
.: yo So HERE WU7tAUTUAL A
OM.COMBFIKJNJ&Y NovJ
F-? ', ol'LL. TELL
not reason out the cause of 'RAYMIM6RAPJCEC : PRIVILEGED DISCOURTESY
,this unnatural condition? You S'EZ-- "TWA'S

1 Your first thought may be, "I RN15N ItJ ME LAMP GoT THAT ALLMED TWO AXJ'A HALFToLLARS "Senatorial courtesy Is not what It
must eat more." That's not alL You "
used to be.
LJPI
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.should enjoy what you do eat. Frequently / "Perhaps "
not at present, an-
the blood cells are low... ./ / cfdST WHAT.WAS swered Senator
Sorghum. "We need
and this, perhaps, is what makes Wt
you feel weak. If this is your trou- ITrH'( DOCTORGoT to get rid of a certain Impressionthat

ble the stomach may not be calling 2 successful discourtesy,, Is an eVidence
for sufficient food. Zest to eat may of superior Influence."

be lacking. But what & difference (( I .ul \.
p
S.S.S.makeswhentaken: just before l Trade Note

meals. Just try it and notice how 1 1 "What Is Philip doing these days?*
your appetite and digestion improve. "Running a branch business."
-S.S.S.. stimulates,the flow of gas.
"But who on earth buys branches"
trio
f juices and also supplies the
precious mineral elements so necessary Royal Arcanum Bulletin.
f in blood-cell and hemo-glo-bin

up-building. .Do.try it It may be High Speed
rt the rainbow you need to brush k Small Boy-Father, what's a com-
away present discouragement over mittee?
your health condition. i
Father-A committee Is
I. a body
'{..' Do not be blinded by the efforts of a ,
that keep minutes and wastes hours
few
; ; unethical dealers who may sug OmtUmy y p*p rUnion [) Tin t
" i 1 i1RIlia
,4,1 .;' ?_est substitutes.. You have a right to ""
;,.r UlSI5I;coati o.n.u,te supplied you on I
reg.ucst.Its long years of preference
I
is your guarantee of satisfaction. Exit This Way Discrimination One Match '+ 1 arH I

the world's "How: do you think I'm shaping, caddie Mrs..Brown overheard her seventeen- She-What are all those men doingIn II J'

great bloodmedicine ?" asked the golfing novice after year-old son telling his younger brother a circle with their heads together? fi i I
'v. hitting the ball a few yards In a lotof about"his first dance and the girl whom Is It a football team? I

o strokes. ,he had been asked to escort to It. He-No, my dear, just a bunch of I I

"Well, you're hitting It all right, but "Didn't you like her, Jimmy?" asked tightwads lighting a cigarette fr I !
WANTED OLD LETTERS Written by ,ot> In the direction of the hole." the younger anxiously."Oh I
famous historical and literary people.Largt "Hole? What hole?" ; !
t
or small collections of books purchased. she's all right, I guess, but- Same Thing
SMITH. 9 East C7th St.. :New York. well, u'could see your,face In each !
Oiler-You know the difference be-
Safety First one of her finger nails but you never k r a : j
bus?
twen a taxi and a
Bwana Salve-The Antiseptic, soothing could see it reflected In her eyes.-" !
Hotel
Clerk-Inside or outside room,
treatment for Eczenu, Itch. Ringworm, Girl-No. II I
Cuts Burns. Leg Sores, Insect Bites another sir? Indianapolis News. Oiler-FIne we'll Just take the bus. I
skin affections. Jar flftv cents post- ; !
paid. THE NORms CO.. CL iTOX, S. C. Guest (From the Prairies)-Inside, 1 .
:i '" ,r uess. It looks like rain.OUTCLASSING. They're Looking for Him Yet !
THE BAD NEWS
,; I
Mr PnUorum Tested Chicks make outstanding / Restaurant Manager (sampling. Ii
'. layers, fulomoat broilers. Reds dish i
Barred White Rocks White Leghorns. $8.90 HIM concocted by new cook)-So you
per 100. Enclose Jl with order, baL and served, in France? !
I' postage C. O. D. 100% delivery guaranteed. 'I.
:, Prof. Frank Hare Chickerles. ElmIra.N.T Cook-Yes, sir-Officers' cook for Q
two years'-and wouuded twice. cA ,1 r

. FOB SALE-Small Farms and homes; Chief-Well, you're lucky I It's a \
2.,. special prices and terms to wonder
people away they didn't kill 'ou.-IllInois
from p"laskl 4 Q ,,
County.
Write' ,
or wire.
-, JOHN B. DeLAMAB.. HawklnsvUK e.. Oa. Guardsman. A '1 1yj


l. JIG PAY: JOB Quite Unnecessary;

r: For Men and"Women who will learn A new baby had arrived. "Bobby,"

BEAUTY CULTURE or MEN'S BARBERING. said his ,aunt, "you must have your
I Let MOLER SYSTEM give you a real start "I have a foreign friend who is always face washed; it's so dirty your new "llecovered from that attack of grip f

t for in life.our FREE Earn while booklet you No.learn.40 W.Write and today learn prattling about the crown of baby brother won't know you." yet, old man?" \
"
!.'" bow we can help you to a good paying posi 'Jewels. "Oh, never mind, Auntie," was the "Not entirely."

f" tion MOLAR or SYSTEM a business,43} Puchtm of your SL own.,Atlanta Write Qa. "Bring him "out and show him oar reply, "he's never seen me, so I'll have "Why, you look as well as ever."

local diamond. to tell him who I am, anyway.," "Yes, but I owe the doctor $15."





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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. Friday, November 30, 1934





II .. World Anxiously Eyes the Saar ) STRING SUNBONNET HOLDER GIRLBy GERMAN WAR CAPTIVE PIGEON,, IS


GRANDMOTHER CLARKAttractive ENJOYING LIFE
> By WILLIAM C. UTLEYas e ,

I I ff I Is the Saar!1" Near- they can. The Saar mines are vitalto is spending hundreds of dollars to geta Sixteen years ago, just before the

, I )..,',-. v GEn 65,000,000 badges, worn Hitler and his program.: France sIngle"ote.. end of the World war, writes Helen

nearly 65.000.000 Germans does not want the Saar ; what would As the date of the plebiscite ap- C. Loomis in the Detroit News, Amer-

say It. 'German Is France do with an additional 800,000 proaches, excitement of the Interested ican soldiers participating in the St.

I the Saar!I" Millions of letters In the German-speaking people Much better parties reaches fever heat ; Germany Mihiel drive in France found two

German dally mall have it screamingacross for France would be a vote ?oi the accuses France of planning to Invade homing pigeons, Rheingold and !'

thefaces, of their envelopes.And status quo, for with that she ould thi 3aar France 'etaliatei with Helene, in a dugout that had been l

the Saar Is German GermanIn continue to operate the mines without charges that thousands of Nazi storm i 4; occupied by German soldiers. Both ,I

blood, German In language, Germanin having to worry about governing all troops in disguise are crossing the bor- birds were taken captive and Ilhein-

habits, German In tastes and tradition these Germans. That is what FranceIs der lines and terrorizing the Saarlanders. rf % gold, since rechrist ned Wilhelm :'
it to promoteActive Knox Is the who is "in the
:
1 and patriotism. Whether trying man is still alive and enjoying good healthat 1
wishes to become once more: German Propaganda.In middle," as the Americans might describe the pigeon lofts of the U. S. A. t i

1 in government and exploitation will be the Saar there are thirty-eight I it, for he Is the one who has to signal corps at Fort Monmouth, N. f
decided January 13. 1935, when 330,000 newspapers, not one of them really a preserve order. J.
t Capt. Edgar L. Clewell, public ( ,
Saarlanders the in a plebiscite but all actually French
go to polls newspaper, propaganda troops are concentrated In relations officer of the signal corps, i
watched with apprehensive eyes organs of one kind or another- all of large numbers at Nancy and Metz on reports.A .
.. by the entire world. them trying to Influence the vote. the Saar frontier. "Just In case the I
number of other, pigeons were ;
; For the last fifteen years the Saar Saar radios emanate little else In the league needs them to enforce order and
captured by American forces duringthe
has been governed by a commission appointed workers' evenings at home but fiery lawful secret balloting," says France r
war, but Wilhelm Is the sole survivor -
by the council of the League of speeches, stirring their favor this way, 'French Attack on the Saar I" read of them all and likewise
Nations. In compensation: for losses moving It that. The newspapers are the headlines In German newspapers,
holds the distinction of the
sustained by mines destroyed, In the all financed from the outside, one of which are felled with 'admonIshing columns being
all
only one of of them claim the
to
World war France has, during that them by France, several by antiHitler about French preparation for in-
time, been allowed to operate the coal factions, and 'all the rest of them vasion. Mr. Knox says that he will Royal Bavarian lofts as his first

mines of the Saar valley, among the by the supporters of der feuhrer. call on French troops should violence home He still wears with pride the

most important In all Europe. As set Mass meetings and demonstrationsare break out He has to. He has to have band bearing the Imprint of the Ger-

forth In the oft-lamented Treaty of Ver- being held continually In the Saar. somebody; his police are far from man royal crown and crest, proof of

sailles, the people of the district must both Nazi and anti-Nazi. The Hitler enough. He would have little chance #' his former associations with royalty. ,

decide January 13 whether they will ites accuse France of using economic to secure aid from the "disinterested" String HolderA Like that other Wilhelm, who was

reunite with Germany and Adolf Hit pressure to get Saarlanders to send children nations; more than anything else they. destined to spend so many years of

ler, "der feuhrer," who Is new to them ; to French schools, and otherwise are disinterested in getting Into some- ball of string is just as important his life on alien soil, and for whomhe

unite with France, or maintain the I divert them from the Nazi policies. body else's squabbles. In a kitchen as a pot holder or was named by his American cap-

Status quo.There The anti-Nazis, principally Liberals and ,Unofficial reports have Defense MIn- a fly swatter. String is used for tors when it was discovered through :

is hardly an economist of the Communist-Socialists, and conservative ister Marshal Henri "Petaln and the many purposes, but where Is It when his leg band that he had been bredin

present day who doubts for a moment Roman Catholics, attempt to sway the French cabinet members talking' of you want it? This attractive string the Royal Bavarian lofts, the pigeon -

. that the Saar will vote overwhelmingly masses to the side of the status quo. war. Letters seized by the league commission holder is always ready to serve you Wilhelm carries his years welL

I 1 R for Germany. But that is by no means Logically the status quo Is the best In the Saar speak quite defi- when hanging In Its place somewhereon For at seventeen, an age at which

*J all of the story-for no matter what course for the economic comfort of nitely of a Nazi "putsch." This der 'the kitchen wall. It Is to be made most homing pigeons have long since

happens In the plebiscite, the world the Saarlanders. Before the war there feuhrer spiritedly denies ; but he dIscharged up, and when finished looks like the passed on, he appears as hale and .

i fears International strife may, result. were only a few paved roads In the en- several of the officers whose picture shown above. Sunbonnet Is hearty as many much younger birds,

j Europe may be headed for another tire territory, schools were shamefully blunders gave away his plans.In made of bright colored prints. The nor has he lost his excellent homing i
I terrible war. behind the times and there wasn't a face Is painted. The ball of string is Instincts. i f
'; Must Pay for Mines. modern hospital In the land. Under an effort to convince" the league In the bonnet. String is used pass-
that'it plans no "putsch, the reich has
1 Under the terms of the treaty, more the league's guidance the roads have Ing through a hole In mouth. A very Such Is Human Nature ,
ordered that there be no storm troop
than simply the balloted sentiments of been paved and made Into beautiful catchy, useful, Inexpensive gift.
If in the form of ;
meetings and no uniforms worn within opportunity came
the Saarlanders is needed to return the highways, all of the schools have been Package No. A-7 contains percale
50 kilometers of the Saar frontier. It a temptation, most of us would be
district to the "fatherland." Germany brought so well up to date that they In pretty patterns, lines stamped for )
1 has asked other nations to follow suit quick to grasp it. :
cutting, painted face and foundation
; and "layoff." It places counter- ready to be made up, also directions r

charges against Its accusers. Jakob just how to do It
Lr: Pirro, chief of the German front, the
-I ; Send 15 cents for this package. MercollzedWax.ALsorb
Nazi organization in the Saar, charges

ct that the anti-Nazis are planning guer- Address-Home Craft Co.Dep't.A. .
i : : illa warfare under the protection of ., Nineteenth and St. Louis Ave.,

the commission, and protests the notions St. Louis, Mo.
.a y. E l .2 of Mr. Knox to the signers of Enclose addressed
( w /.r' la G .gG s 'z u; a stamped envelope -
'F/ W the Locarno treaty-England, France when writing for any infor-

Belgium, Italy, Poland and Czecho- mation.
slovakia. He openly warns that the

In of French would
calling troops "pre- Changed Town' Location
cipitate a catastrophe for Germany and
Shevlin, Ore., Is in a new location
civilization In western Europe.
ten miles from where it stood for six

Britain Keeps Out. years. The entire town with a popu-I Skin Young

Pressed by, the German diplomatic lation of 300 was loaded on railroadcars. ADsorb blemishes and discolorations using
V' ir''Il Mcrcolizcd Wax directed. Invisible
,
y" daily as
? service as to whether or not Great The men are employed by a particles of aged skin arc freed and aU
Britain will have a hand In the Saar logging company. defects such as blackheads, tan, freckles and
affair, Sir John Simon, British foreign large pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully -
clear, velvety and so soft-face looks
secretary, said that his country would years younger. Mcrcolizcd Wax brings out
Sinking! your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists.:
not intervene, pointing out that the
"Has your love for him died?" Powdered
r
league council told the Saar in 1926
:. .. "No, but It's not very well."- I Reduces wrinkles and Saxoliteil
that only border countries would be I ply dissolve one ounce I
if -" The Saar Basin's Great Mining Center. asked to lend a hand In case of trouble. Philadelphia Inquirer.Learn I witch basel and use |

I'I I At almost the same time another Englishman -
I must buy back: the mines, at a priceto are among the best on the continent, Winston Churchill, flares forth

be set by a committee of three appointed the hospitals have been modernized with a warning to Britain and the From Doctors -

by the league. It must assumeall the railroads made solvent. world that Germany Is "secretly, .Ille I

government loans Issued by the Buy German Goods. gally and rapidly" preparing for war. .

Saar to foreigners, chiefly British and In the face of all these blessings He charges that the German military How to Treat ColdsFour

Americans. which the Saar has enjoyed for fifteen machine preparing secretly under a

Germany must pay for the mines In years, its people still continue to buy "reign of terror," Is overtaking the
gold marks within a year. At the closeof German goods when they are more expensive English. The London Daily Mail reports Points to RememberAs thus preventing their absorption into

the war they were valued at 300,000000 ,- than French. They will voteto Germany Is building 1,000 air- colds"cause more loss of time the blood.-Calotabs accomplish this

gold marks, and the amount was return to Germany on January 13 planes a week. French newspapers and money than any other disease, thoroughly.
Fourth-to
the bile
keep of the
should learn what modern
written off the German one
accordingly for the simple reason that blood is claim that the German army Is larger every liver flowing freely through and out
medical science teaches to their
debt France who lost G9- as
to France.
thicker than water and home ties more than the French, with 2,000.000 fighting treatment. Your doctor has of the intestines, thus relieving the
000,000 tons of coal through the dis- precious than gold. men ready to march In the spring. Ger- the proper following objectives: biliousness and constipation, which

abling of mines in th'e war, has already For more than 1,000 years, the Saar First-To relieve the congestion in attend and aggravate a cold. As

taken ICO.OOO.OOO tons from the Saar, has been German, except for two short the nose and throat, thus aborting, Calotabs contain calomel, they pro-
at what the Germans charge Is a profitof periods when the busy valley of the or lightening the attack and reliev- mote the flow of bile.

145,000,000 marks."Furthermore 152-mile river which empties Into the ing the symptoms caused by the Thus, Calotabs meet these four f
," say the Germans, MoseNe In Rhenish Prussia was 'cap- congestion.-Calotabs, the improved important objectives of medical '
"France has not maintained the mines calomel compound tablets, accom- treatment for colds. One or two X ,
tured by France. Once was under
properly. Why should she, when she plish this by attracting the excess Calotabs at bed time, with a glassof
Louis XIV and once under the Revolutionaries sweet milk or water, is usually
blood
to the bowels.
knows that they will no longer belongto
; the downfall of Napoleon ef- Second-To help the kidneys wash sufficient; but should be repeatedthe
her after the fifteen ,
years are up? fected escape In the latter Instance. out of the blood the cold-poisons third or- fifth night if 'needed. .
She has already far more than recov- The milk tones down the action
Since 1870 the Saar has been an econ which cause the chilly sensation, ,
ered her loss. Why should we be compelled making it milder if desired.
feel- ,
omic unit with Alsace-Lorraine. Its feverishness, aches, and mean
.. to pay again?" Inhabitants are now in a way "people L5; ing.-Calotabs are diuretic to the Why risk doubtful or make-shift
Anyway, the world's economists won- without a country." kidneys, assisting them in riddingthe remedies? Get a family package of

der, where can Germany get 300,000- Governing them are Geoffrey G. blood of the poisons. Calotabs, containing full directions,
000 gold marks, when she has already l O.jyt Third-To expel the germladenmucus only twenty-five cents; trial package I
Knox
I't-\ president of the league's com- and toxines from the bowels, ten cents, at your dealer's. (Adv.) !
mission: and his four fellow-commis-

r l sioners, a Frenchman, a Saarlander,
r J Yfl Jugoslav and a Finn. Knox himself Is ; ( ep ,

an Englishman, a native of Australia.It Why Suffer ivith Itching, BurllingECZEMA

Is upon his shoulders that most of { 0{+i:: rIYS y 4s.2J.:LJ'?,::(.:JSl. 1r. X S%}!+ '' "
P !, the work falls.

y a: In taking the plebiscite, the 'governing -
l: commission Is being advised bya
when
middle-aged woman of Cambridge,

Mass., Miss Sarah Wambaugh, who Is Ciiticnra Soap Cuticiira Ointmentso
already busy at her desk In Saarbrucken -
capital of the district. A writer of Miss Sarah Wambaugh.man quickly and effectively soothe and heal. Bathe freely with

441 4 several books on the subject and at newspapers baldly charge that In theBoap and warm water, dry gently, and anoint with the Ointment. ,.

various limes adviser to several gov- planning to Invade the Saar in case of It is surprising how quickly the irritation and itching

ernments, Miss Wambaugh is regardedas trouble, France is "playing with fire." stop and how, after a few treatments, the eczema disappears.

the world's foremost authority on Brave Is the minority who will vote There is nothing better for all forms of skin troubles.Soap .

the taking of plebiscites. Her experience against Germany In the plebiscite, and 25c. Ointment 25c and 50c.
Is expected to be Invaluable to the braver are those who campaign openly Prop eton: Potter Drug & Chemical Corp.. Mald a. M....

plebiscite committee, composed of against Hitler In the Saar. For they
AliIk Baron Pompeo Alolsl of Italy Ambas- have everything to lose and virtually

sador Campilo of the Argentine and nothing to gain but the satisfaction of

Ambassador Lopez of Spain. standing up for a principle There Is

Busy With Voters. hardly a chance In the world that the CI.ASS BAIWRTISIINGTJAVE

All factions are doing everything district will vote for the status,, quo
within their power to influence voters and none at all that It will join France.!

!:>" ftnd to get qualified voters who have Germany will not, cannot, pay the
, I ,',:,: ,- Max Braun, Socialist Leader In the left the territory since 1919 to return. full requirements of the treaty It YOU anything around the house you

: ,'., ,1;T:: Saar. German consuls, even In the United seems certain. But the league will not like to trade or sell ? Try a classified -

: ' : States, are seeking out persons who let Germany Into the Saar or let the ad. The cost is only a few cents and thereare
, \ defaulted all her International debts?
lived the the time
: In Saar at of the
, t ,'," Saar Into Germany unless the paymentIs probably a lot of folks looking for just what-
Germany wants the
Saar. She has If convinced that
treaty. a
. person'svote
made. How Is It Germany
going to
keep
:., i spent millions upon millions in a fifteen- will favor the Nazis, the consul ever it is you no longer have use for << << <<
out? And what Is France goingto
.
' .
:, year propaganda campaign convincing will offer him a trip to Europe with do with all those troops along the
i the Saarlanders that they are still all and
expenses paid recompense for
frontier If Get Results
', < Germany moves in? Classified Ads ,
[ > Germans, that their and their advantage
,.. duty lost time if he will go back to the Saar
The world Is waiting to see.
I. Is to return to the fold/as soon and cast his vote. In that way Hitler Western Newspaper Union





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PAGE EIGHT" TIlE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1D3'I I i I

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GOOD LUCK REPORTED noon. ance it surprIsed everybody. Believe sittin' on the edge of their chairs A few days after the first frostof

BY LOCAL HUNTERS The Thanksgiving colors of pink It or not, there were more newspapermen and holdin' their breath. He' was a fall is the best time to dig dahlia
and green were carried out in the present than politicians, probably kind of cross between a whirlwind roots for replanting the following
back decorations and refreshments. Quan- due to the fact that it occured and an Encyclopedia Brltannlca. As
Not all hunters come emp- spring, horticulturists.
.i' ty-handed. At least the party thai tities of; lovely flowers were arranged after, and not before, an election. an orator he had Wjilliam Jennings say

went 'down into the Big Cypress for in the living and dining rooms, President Charley Helfenstein dida Bryan lashed to the mast and could -
i a week's: hunting didn't return without and tall lighted tapers in green were masterful job in arranging a bangup make Billy Sunday look like a deaf Children in Asheville, N. C., recently -

f some game. placed on the tea table and shed alight program and the whole affair wasa mute. He talked about everything in exchanged toys for admission A1'\
soft over the pretty scene. brilliant success. Secretary Horace general and nothing in particularand
tickets to
The party spent a week in the a theatre which is col'I'I
i chair- Smith, of the Marion County Chamber -: put so much punch, pep and
I hunting grounds returning Satur- Mrs. R. Y. Patterson was letting Christmas gifts for distribution -
j day. The total bag for the group in.. man of the committee on arrange-I of Commerce, assisted by Shorty. personality into It that everyone i to the poor.
J cluded one buck, 9 turkeys and about ments and Mis. E. L. Stewart was Davidson of Silver Springs, provided present unanimously agreed It was I '
Guests plenty of high class entertainmentwhich the best speech they ever heard in
50 birds. in charge of the decorations. ::
Mrs.I. r included dinners, banquets, their lives. 1 Watches Clocks
r The party that composed the hunt- were greeted upon entering by Jewelry
C. Poole and "Seeing Silver Springs," speed boat
Mrs. G.
! ing trip consisted of W. C. Cowart, M. Pafford. Rear or
the trips down the river, a visit to the
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Introduced Clewiston Drn .
; Lieut. W. H. Mills, W. C. Nail, Sheriff IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OK TIlE Company
and visitors to Dr. and Mrs. Williams. Reptile Institute and dancing until- TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
a 1. J. J. Wiggins, R. L. Saxon Jewelry Repairing
i Jim Corkman. The latter three are Assisting in the dining room were As for the speakers, we had 'elrt FLORIDA IN AND FOR HENDRY
S. from Moore Haven. Others in the Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mrs. A. W. Law- before, after and in between meals COUNTY W. H. MERRITT

}ro, party from Clewiston were Phil Ca- rence, Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Miss;I and they talked to us on every sub- IN CHANCERY WATCHMAKER & JEWELER

l: son, Capt. Carter, Capt. Holloway, Dorothy Lockhart, Mrs. W. C. Prew- I pect from heifers on the highway to -- CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.
I Aroan Brunson and Mr. Savage. I itt, Mis. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. Wilfred the Ten Commandments. All of 'em CENTRAL FARMERS' ) O. Box 521
TRUST COMPANY
i Lockhart and Mrs.A. O. Ward. Pour- were good but one of 'em was bet- )

;, BARNETT'S 'CIRCUS TO I ing during the first hour were Mrs. ter. a corporation Plaintiff, as, Trustee, ,' )) '

SHOW HERE DEC. 8TH H. T. Vaughn and Mrs. J. E. Beards- J. Francis Cooper, ,of the State v. ,) -ESnBBBflflBBBBBBBBaanfl&flflBBHHDEEP

.." ley; during the second hour, Mrs.I Agricultural Extension Division, told THE SOUTHERN ) :
Barnett Bros. big three-ring circus O. F. Schiffli and Mrs. J. W.. Ezelle, us such a glowing story of Florida's SUGAR COMPANY, ) ROCK WATER

, will show "in Clewiston on Sat- presided at the tea table, and Mrs.H. 'agricultural future that most of thei a, corporation, et al, )
" urday, December 8th and" a treat isI I -A. Bestor and Miss Mae Drew i fellows were ready to trade their Defendants. ) Five Gallons, 25c
for the circus poured from 5 to 6. Chicken sand (ORDER FOR CONSTRUCTIVE
in store for everyone, I newspapers for a farm before he was '
wiches, open sandwiches, individual (SERVICE. : Delivered in Clewiston Tuesdays and
;': is ever popular with young and old half through.
G, '' alike. cakes, mints, and tea or coffee were; Affidavit constructive service Fridajs. Leave order at IJ & IJ store.
t.: se'rved. 'I Then a fellow named Stephen Fi- having been filed as' required by Your business appreciated.G. .
200 people form the circus person- fled! got up and hung haloes around law,

nel and, 100 animals are on exhibit Calling during the afternoon were I Ithe 'heads: of bankers until he had IT IS ORDERED that the defendants P. BarrowKBBBBBHBBBBBflBaBBBBBflrfBflBB
: I
: in their menagerie. A big street parade Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. Martha Lud- the tears runniii'' down our cheeks
. I I W R. Strickland, B. B. Dale,
': held at and the ckens. Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs.
be
will noon as our hearts went out in sympathyto
I N. Mosley, L. R. Strickland, S. H.
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': circus advertises as the only circus Victor. Emanuel, Mrs. Elmer Kranz,. theso poor msunderstood! and
Davis and Mrs. S. H. Davis, his wife,
Mrs. Richard Mis. C. E. ....T* 3fr FMt'i' A1" .. "' n''H'i-W.j.iiij' geB3.
:: Knight,
;. giving this street parade. Two performances abused servants of humanity. C. E. Parker and E. F. Spencer, do -
F'."' will be held daily at a 'Miner, Mrs B. A. Bourne, Mrs. A. Governor Dave broke in on the appear upon the Rule Day in January You Wreck 'Em .
!" moderate admission charge. V. Southard, Mrs., J. W. Ezelle, Mrs.J. raeetin' for about thirty minutes and 1935, the same being the 7th

I.::, E. Winn, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. C. W. took us into his confidence with an, day of January 1935, to the bill of We Fix 'Em IY

:, MURRAY\ .MOTOR COMPANY Hendry, Mrs. 0. F. Schiffli, Mrs.A. "off the record" talk, which to a complaint filed in this cause to fore-
k_ IN NEW ,LOCATION W. Sias, Miss Bonceil Stone, Mrs newspaperman' has about the same close a certain mortgage or deed of ,
, trust; else the allegations of said PAINTING BODY AND
!., Harvey Guthrie, Mrs G. E. Ether- batting ,average as an
anonymous
> .. Harold Johnson, of the bill will be taken as confessed by FENDER WORK
manager ton, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. C. E. letter.
. :: Murray Motor Company has moved Mills Mrs. B. E. Herring. Miss Lu- Scott Loftin, of the American Bar said defendants.IT IS FURTHER. ORDERED that TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTEHY

. his repair shop and garage from the I cile Hampton, Mrs. Walter Vaughn,
Association, talked to u<* about crime this order be published once a week
: Sugarland Service Station td the jr., Mrs. :Mark Lawler, Mrs., Robt. ,
and the newspap3r.: He seemed tobe for four consecutive weeks in The Done by An Expert
i shop adjoining the Baker Service I Smith, Mrs. George R. Royal, Mrs.A. pretty much upset over the fact Clewiston News, a newspaper pub- Courteous Service
,,i:"' Station on the highway. L. Bradnack, Mrs. H. J. B. that a lot of publishers were givingthe lished in Hendry County, Florida.
Work Guaranteed.
,;" The Murray Motor company was! Scharnberg, Mrs J.' P. Percy, Mrs criminals more space than they DONE AND ORDERED at La- Prices Reasonable.
,iL. established here three years ago Mr. Paul Irons, Mrs. A. L. Terrell, Mrs. were the lawyers. Belle, Florida, this 28th day of No-

"j.: Johnson having operated the repair i! W. A. Davis, Mrs F. M. Rodriguez, Senator Wm.: C. Hodges got up on vember, 1934.

i : shop continuously since that time. i; Mrs. E. P. Mutrix, Mrs. Hires, Mrs.G. top of his table 'and tried to talk the (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL. I PIONEERService

A': He has made many friends for his C. Poole, Mrs. 1. M. Paffoid. Mrs.J. rest of us under ours. He outlined Clerk of said Court. '

business by efficient and courteous I E. Beardsley, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, some of the problems confrontingthe EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER, StationBELLE

service and invites his friends to sr., Mis. A. W. Lawrence, Miss Dorothy next legislature and scattered 1st National Bank Bldg., GLADE PHONE 10

<: call on him in his new location. Lockhait, Mrs. A. O. Ward, germs for enough editorials: to meet Miami, FloridaSOLICITORS Wrecker Service at :All Hours
Mrs. Wilfred Lockhait, Mrs R. Y. publishers' needs for the next six FOR PLAINTIFF.
:MRS.:\ HOWLING HOSTESS Patterson; 'Mis. R. H. Collins, Mrs. months. No. 47Nov. 30, Dec. 7,14-21. I 'P' "",", ':': ':': ""':.I

HONORING, HER HUSBAND Robert Christopher. I Karl Lehmann, Secretary of, the

Mrs., C. W. McDonald, Mrs. G. B. I Seminole County Chamber of Com- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
Mrs. R. C. Nowling entertained Thomas, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. W. merce, made the same speech he's ?
with a bridge party Wednesday evening -I C. Prewitt, Mrs.' W. M. Redelsheimer been making for the last fifteen A v

w' in honor of her husband's J Miss Mae Drew, Mrs. W. C. years and got the same enthusiastic ?

birthday. The guests presented Mr.' Owen, Mrs F. I. Hill. Mrs. G. B. Mc- applause. Karl thinks why change

'' Nowling with a pair of white Fadden, Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. Ivan your act as long as it continues to :: ., .-,: ::

dogs. SPitz// Van Horn, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. click. Among other things, he stat- ..::.. 1,,. r.; ..:..

High score for ladies was won by M. W. Bigg, Mrs., A. O. Jones, Mrs.T. ed that the population of Florida 0:' .,:;-; Wc'; '..

< : Mrs. C. E. Nall who received a salad B. Shelley, Mrs. M. P. Peterson,. would double in the next ten years .:. 1 ", [If. .oi..
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set. Mrs. R. Christopher who held Fr. F. J. Finnegan, Miss Marion which must have been downright .:'.. '.' ff ':...
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low score received a mirror cigarettebox Leydig and Mrs. I. D. Leydig. discouragin' to adherents of birth ..:.. .s.:.,,;. -$ -. .jf:, ", C' .Y.
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with powder. Mrs. T. B. Shel- control. 0'. .\ !: "", 'T: .t.

ley was the lucky winner of cut ..... .............. Walter Hayes, of Orlando, made a .:' ,' ;t.I1 '.:'
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. prize, which was a set of score pads. y bully talk about heifers on the high- : : ..
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> Cy Cruze held men's high score and I ways and said no guy should be elected 0.. IW.tii .
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).' >. received a novelty liquor set, C. W TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY 2 to the legislature unless he could ::: > 1', ,'.1' .;t" ?; .;-
McDonald receiving an ash for himself a good "fencer."
,. tray prove
:: low. :: I :;: Walter Hawkins, Federal Orni- 2
r 't.o ..
The guests included Mr. and Mrs. :2. .i. thologist for Florida told us about
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'. C. McDonald: Mr. and Mrs. E. .!. .1!-1. eagles, especially'' blue ones. He said il Barnett- ros.lii

Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C'I :!: BY : they were protected and that we'd

pher, Mr. and Mrs. Cy Cruze, :. :: better quit shootin' at 'cm.
I .:. 8 RUSSELL KAY .:.. "
and Mrs. M. P. Peterson, Mr. and The main bout of the conventionwas :
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"Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. ::: -. I staged by a chap named Clayton ,

Shelley. .... and E. E. Kelley.' .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..,:/..:..:.n:!:. Rand itorial, a Association.Director of He the National stepped into Ed- BIG : .

THE LITTLE RED I've attended a lot of good press the ring just when most of the cuStomers ji I ii

conventions but the one we pulled were ready to .ts!= for their I .3-RING JUJU'J .
The 1934 Christmas seal which off in Ocala last week was the best money: back or a rain check and

goes to thousands of Floridians car- yet. From the standpoint of attend made a speech that had everybody
ries the picture of the Little Red. 1 I
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This was the name affectionately The Only Circus Giv"
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United Edward States Livingston built Trudeau by the late at Sar-Dr. :: Ing &. Street P&.1la.d':: i iil

: anac Lake in 1885. I < I I 1

J The seal this year was designed by Sugarland \

,:', Herman B. Giesen, of Clarington, : 0.. I ;; WILL EXHIBIT IN lEWISION%
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r Ohio, and is the first commentive : :.:

r. seal ever to be sponsored by the National %
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Tuberculosis Association and !
E its affiliated groups. The one-room Service Station SATURDAY

k: cottage Mr. Giesen has depicited, : '..

t. marked the beginning of the sanatorium X x 8 I
r"- movement in the United + .:. II II.

l States. Today there are approximately I! 'OECEMBER
i iI
; States.600 sanatoria in the United 'Sales a Service i iv Y

There are 2000 affiliated tubercu-
1 !
losis associations who look to the 200 PEOPLE '
Christmas seal sale
for their support. I

In addition to the tiny one-room COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR SERVICE 1 jj
cottage set in a snow scene, the seal 100 ANIMALS

carries the double-barred cross, in- :!: :: .1x1:- .. '.

ternational emblem of the fight :: ''x :
Washing
Greasing Polishing
against tuberculosis, the season's -:- -:- ::; : v

greeting and the date-1934. ? *** '
The
seal. this year, is done in red, blue _::: A trial will convince you that' our Repair De ':: | .See a Big' 3-Ring Circus for the same price as *

and green and Is said by authorities '' ..
to be : you pay to see a small one. :;:
of '
one the
most artistic ever :i: partment is"amonO' the best. ; -. r
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put out.-Palm Beach Post. '.' 0 ,, '.'
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LADIES>, AID HONORS SOCIETY, NEW MINISTERDr. y! Sugarland Service Station ,. Children 25c. .Adults 35c : 'i


D. Williamc ':' .:. .;. .:. .:,: r;.
minister of the Glenn Etherton '
Community Church and Mrs. Williams ::: Prop. :: :.: 2 Performances at 2 and 8 P. M. :
who have recently moved to :!: :t: STREET PARADE AT NOON
Clewiston '
were honored with a tea Sugarland Highway Clewiston ;:: i i i
given by, members of,the'Ladies Aid ':' .:. ::
Society at the v ? ::: + .
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