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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: December 21, 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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ONE OF BEST PRESENTATIONSEVER : FOUR GATES FOUND .

<> SEEN ON '. IT 1erry ( hritmasB. WORKING IN PERFECTCONDITION ,.:'

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The Christmas program given by i A test of the 'operation of the ,;

the school in the high school audi- gates on each of the four major hur- :,'fj,j

torium last night was one of the ricane gates now being completed ,"";
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local' stage. The beautiful costumesand the U. S. Army Engineers was made '''Vi

settings were artistically conceived Tuesday by a party of officials who --':,:

S :and executed, and altogethera ARUNDEL STARTS, Double Header Game I SANTA TO found perfect operation on each of" is
more delightful performance Is I VISITMONDAY the four, located at Clewiston, Mi ,;

/ seldom seen. On Local Field Tonight. amI'Locks, Belle Glade and Canal "

A packed house greeted the per- ON NEW SECTIONThe NIGHTSanta Point. ,-y:
formers and were very appreciativeof Superintendent Selgel of the Virginia -

the talents of the pupils, who Bridge and Iron" company was
A double-header game tonight on one of the party. Mr. Seigel was in ..,
had been trained by Miss Mae Drew. hydraulic dredge, Hallandale
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Kiwanis field'w111 conclude the. Claus in person will pay his :-j
Of ,particular'interest' and beauty direct supervision of all steel workon
and the ,smaller dredge, Florida, games to be played this year, the annual visit to' Clewiston next Mon- the four gates. Other members ',;
were the doll drill, and the pageant
of children of several nations. have been placed on location In Di- Engineers will meet the Kiwanis I day evening, Christmas eve, at 7 of the party were Mark R. Lawler, :
team and the ,Sugar corporation will o'clock. He will appear at the Community ;'"
Cantique de Noel, a beautiful duet vision 9 by the Arundel corporationand U. 3. inspector in charge of all con.
battle the High School lads. The Christmas tree In the park
M. Law levee north of crete construction on the project and
' was sung by Mrs. R. are constructing ,
; A\, series will not be concluded< with 'I and will personally supervise the
t: ler and Mrs. F., J. Nebiker, accom- Pahokee_ in Section 3. !_ Lt. Richardson Selee, in charge.of ,}
these games, however, as distribution of a package ,to
games
', "', panied by Mrs. Robert Smith. Other every the Clewiston sub-office, U. S. En- ..
The Florida is building fire ditch scheduled for December 11th and child present. gineers.
carols were sung by an unseen choir.
i Program and landside retaining dikes, and 14th were postponed on account of The annual Community ChristmasTree The operation of the v massive ;

Song-"Little Man, :You've Had a the suction dredge is following and cold weather. These games, will is arranged by the members of gates is a most interesting and won-

Busy Day," Lawrence Guthrie. pouring material into the levee. probably be played the first week in the Clewiston Garden Club, and the I derful process. Each sector, weigh- '

.. Reading-Old Santa's Wife, Eliza- Other equipment will be placed on I I I January,- --the 9 Inning game will be funds are raised by the American ing ,90 tons, is opened and closedby

beth Heeb. this contract 'by the Arundel corporation between the Engineers and Sugar Legion to defray expenses. A pro- manual labor-one man, or two.,
released 1[ Corporation and the double header of carols has been arrangedand
Doll Drill-10 First, Grade girls. as it is by completionof gram pushing a revolving bar with a center
Reading-ChrIstmas Greetings. the levee near Belle Glade will be played by the High Schoolvs. will be 'led by the choir of the shaft which is connected througha

Engineers and the Sugar Corporation Community Church. a
Shirley Moon. The Arundel corporation was series of'gears with drum around
vs. Kiwanis. The Garden Club members urge which Is wound and the
Song-"Baby Take a Bow, Nora awarded contract for sections 3, 4, unwound
Two games were played duringthe parents and other adults 'to assist : cable controlling the opening and
Oglesby. and 5 in Division 9 which extends
past week. On Sunday the Ki- in preventing the use of firecrackers -
each
closing of the gates. Although
Play-Signs the Season, First from Pahokee to Port Mayacca with
wanis and a team from the American until after the Christmas tree sector weighs 90 tons there is no
Grade pupils. a total cost of $1,782,270. The con-
Reading-The First Christmas tract was awarded on November12th Legion played an exhibition program Is ended. point of suspension or ,support other
for the benefit of the Com- The and the Garden Club
game Legion
which the
than the one hinge on
McDuffi.
Gift, Gloria and work was begun last week. _
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Play and, pageant-Little America munity Christmas Tree fund. Kiwanis are providing a similar tree In Har- gate Is swung. The gates swung

Betty McDuffie; Sleep Fairy, Ev- No construction has been begunin won by a one run margin lem for the colored children. The easily during the test, although they

elyn Hare; English Child, Margaret this division by the Spadaro Contracting Bobby Dosh pitched for Kiwanis I program there will be at 6:30 and were operating "In the dry", as the

VonMach; French Child, Alice Cow- : company, which was awarded against Coburn Moore for the Le; Santa Claus will visit the Harlem water has not been permitted inside

( art; Dutch Child, Bobbie Spicer; the contract for section 1 at the gionnaires.The tree and arrange gift distribution the construction 'area except on the

Norwegian Child, Floy Nelson; Aus- same time the Arundel contract was regular scheduled game before he comes in to the Community Canal Point gate which has a portion

': trian Child Julianne Oglesby; Russian r awarded. Tuesday between the Kiwanis and Tree. of the cofferdam removed. Op- ,

Child: Peggy Gallant; Spanish High School teams resulted In an- I oration will be facilitated when the,

Child, Rhunelle McGeehee; Santa's Lets Have No FireworksThis other one-run victory for Kiwanis. gates are In the water due to the
Welatka Leaves For
i Elf, Dickie Patterson; Angel, Thel- The score was 8 to 7. Dosh; pitchingfor natural buoyancy ,of the water and;

ma Guthrie; Chinese Child, Eliza.. Christmas Kiwanis, was up against Harold to the fact that two large buoyancy

beth Gary;, German Child, Willie V. Lang.A Miami BoatwaysThe tanks have been constructed In each

. Hoooker; 3 Shepherds, George Best- EditorialNot return game with Fort' Lauder- sector 'to assist in easing the load

or. Jimmy Harrington, Bill Owen; dale was scheduled for Thursday of the hinges.

3 Kings, Bobbie Patterson, Bill Cow- we night, but ,the Lauderdale"team .can- Welatka, 20 inch suction The distance travelled by the out.. '

art, Jack Moorman; Mary, Althea aren't happy this celled the game a few hours before dredge of the U. S. Engineers, left er edge of the sector in the openingor
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holiday but because of the
season, the hour for playing arrived. Two is feet. and
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Its location north of Moore Haven
l general condition of grass and teams ,were formed from local play-
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at midnight Tuesday for Miami i 5)I
shrubs fireworks I
are' a pleasurethat ers and those who went out to see
where she will 'undergo, repairs at
State Prison Farm we should forego as a measureof
';- the Lauderdale game saw a very '
safety. good brand of diamondball from the the, government boatways.The Leo Frisch,

Audit The recent freeze had the same effect substitutes. The game went to ten Welatka experienced consid-
To Have
erable difficulty in :manuevering the
as a long drought' on the grow- innings and was a 4 to 3 victory.
ing, things and practically all the Announcement will be made laterof channel crossing L'ake Okeechobee! Leo Frisch, 75 of Atlanta, fatherof
from Red Light to Port Mayacca.1At Mrs. G. H. Small of Clewiston
i grass, weeds, vines and shrubs are the dates for the concluding
The State Prison Farm near Belle as dry and sear as the Midwest in games of the series.PETERSON Mayacca she left ;her heavy spuds died in Atlanta Friday afternoon.Mr. .

; Glade is the subject of a close' scru- midsummer. 'For this reason they and was met by the government tug, Frisch had visited his daughter

; tiny and audit by the, state' cabinet. will ignite much more quickly' than Fulton, which towed her to Fort here and made many friends among

.- as the result of discussion and crI- usual and a fire, once started, would Pierce. The Fort Pierce boatwayswill Clewiston residents who extend their

ticism at a meeting in Tallahassee spread with lightning like rapidity. HERE board up her lower deck and a sympathy to the bereaved family. .

;" ," this week. Nathan Mayo, commissioner Let's be even more careful than navy vessel will pick her up and The following account of Mr.

I of Agriculture under whose usual in setting out even a tiny fire I ON SHORT VISIT tow her to Miami.It Frisch's death is from' the Atlanta
is expected that the needed repairs Journal
jurisdiction all prison camps and in our own yard. See that the gar- :
farms are operated, is reported 'assaying den hose is connected and someoneis will require about a month and Funeral services for Mr. Leo

"I'm sick of the, way the farmIs left to guard the fire. Congressman J. Hardin Petersonof :a: half or'two months. The Welatka Frisch, 75 famous southern auctioneer -'

being operated" And, please, let's don't give fire- I Lakeland paid a visit to Clewiston will return to Lake Okeechobee for who died unexpectedly Friday t
another assignment on the levee while driving in a taxicab will be ,
The Everglades farm was estab- works to the kiddies this year. We Friday afternoon and Saturday of
: project. probably in division 2. held Sunday at the chapel of Sam
lished with a view to producing in'the cannot expect them to exercise the last week. Mr. Peterson had been in
It is interesting to note that the Greenberg and company. Rabbi Harry -
rich mucklands the Ever- needed caution during the excite- attendance the meeting of the
upon Welatka left her first assignmentone Epstein will be in charge and
glades a large portion of the staple ment of Christmas. Florida League of Municipalities in
she entered be in Greenwood
year from the date interment will
supplies for the other state institu- Coral Gables and made a swing back

tions.A. Alston's Garage through the Lake Okeechobee sec- Lake Okeechobee. Cemetery.Since 1881 Mr. Fiisch had made'

R. Richardson, superintendentof I tion to inspect the cold damage to native -
He
his home in ,Atlanta. was a
the ,Prison Farm was in attend- Partially Burned this part of his district.Mr. TRUCK. STRIKES FRIDAY CANE NIGHT of Hungary and conducted auc-
TRAIN
:'; ance at the meeting. He was ques- Peterson paid a pleasant vis- southern cities for
tions in many
,'' ) tioned about the delay in installing -- it to his friends during his brief retirementten
; a syrup mill at the farm, and Fire from a nearby trash pile ignited visit here, and displayed a great deal The Clawiston Laundry truck several years. Before his off with
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'-,'J' the garage at the residenceof struck a cane train at the South Bay years ago, he auctioned
explained that he had 107 negro of interest in the possibilities of him fame,
Mr. and and the the dexterity which won
Dave Alston Wednesday
convicts assigned to Belle Glade, but Mrs. freeze damage to the cane crop as 'crossing Friday evening to real
afternoon about four o'clock by the objects ranging from jewelry
none of them were carpenters, and well as to the trucking Industry on truck was badly damaged I
and the building was damaged by Hall. who was driving estate.A .
wreck. H. R. ,
work had been slow. The board the south and east shore of thLake' "
the flames before the fire truck and the truck escaped, without in- member of the scmiier:: Lodgeof
named Nathan .
I a committee of Mayo, ,
workers could it. Odd Fellows for forty-five years
W. S. Cawthon and W. V. Knott to extinguish Mr. Peterson left 'Saturday for jury.A. Fulton
The of ,the local service he was also active in the
rear garage was cov- wrecker from a :
have an audit made of the farm'scapital his home: In Lakeland, where he expects -
ered with a vine which was killed station picked up the wrecked truck Lodge, F. and A. M.
and equipment expenditures.Any to remain through the Christ- of
in the recent freeze; this vine caughtfire and brought it in to Clewiston for Surviving are two sons. Jesse,
changes or expansion plans mas holidays, leaving December Fla.
Harry'of Tampa, ;
from the nearby trash fire and Atlanta, and
must wait till the audit is completed 30th for Washington to resume actively repairs. S.
ignited the building. seven daughters, Mrs. George
,,_ and the committee reports. his duties in the nation's cap- Kahn, Mrs. Allen Cullen and Mrs.

: itol. POST OFFICE RECEIVING Randman, of Atlanta, Mrs. G.
n t 'I JUDGES APPOINTED FOR FRESH COAT OF PAINT Clara Miss
Fla.
H. .Small of Clewiston, ;
'. GARDEN CLUB CONTESTMrs.
I r" KIWANIANS ENJOY Gertrude Jacobs -
SCHOOLS CLOSED FORT Lila Frisch and Mrs.
! "" CHRISTMAS! PROGRAMA Post Office build-
! C. L. Downs Mrs. W. C. \\ O WEEKS: VACATIONThe Tho Clewiston of Tampa, and Mrs. Joe Brinkley -

Prewitt Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and ing presents a shining front to the of Brooklyn, and his' widow.

Christmas program was pre- Mrs., E. W. Digges have been namedto Clewiston school dismissed world for the busy holiday season,
sented at the Kiwanis Club meeting having received a fresh coat of white CHIEF OF ENGINEERS
act as judges! for the Garden Clubin classes for the last time in 1934
'' Wednesday night at the regular din- "the Christmas decoration contest yesterday afternoon and pupils and paint this week. The building, whichIs VISITS LEVEE PROJECI

ner meeting at the Watanabe, Hotel. this year. teachers will enjoy a two weeks owned by the- Clewiston company,
'' Poole in is occupied by the Post Office and Major General Edward M. Mark-
_G.C. was charge of the Prizes for the best decorated holiday vacation before the reconvening -
program' which included a group of doorway and for the best decorated of classes on January 7th. by the Clewiston Teephone company ham, chief of enginer"15 accompanied

Christmas carols by a quartette including outdoor Christmas tree will be giv- Most of the teachers will spend Lieutenant Colonel F C. Dunn, district -

J. E. Beardsley, F., M. en by the Club. The judges will the ,holidays at their respective The Hopkins building- was also engineer of Jacksonville on a

Wright, Robert Smith and A. L. make two visits to each entryoneon homes. Miss Mae Drew goes to Rich- repainted last week, and the appear- brief inspection trip to the Lake

Bradnack, and a'trio sung by Nancy the evening of Sunday, December land, Georgia, Mlss-Eva Mae Greento ance of these two buildings improvethe Okeechobee project the latter' part

r'.:: Wright, Ann Pafford and Peggy, 3rd' 'and the other on ChristmasEve Plant City, "Miss Vilma Rhodes to vicinity very much. ; of the week.
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4'. Lawler. morning. Those who wish to Oakland, Miss Lucile Hampton to General Markham and
,'< ,, A short talk on, the spirit of enter may notify Mrs. E. L. Stewart, LaBelle and Miss Livonia Congdonto Parker Wilson and Ed Heath of Dunn visited only that portion of

,;" Christmas was given by Dr. D. J. president of the club, or any of the Alva. Several of the teachers are Moore Haven were visitors in Clew- the project from Pahokee to Clew-'

>, :'' Williams. S judges. ,There is no entry fee., Clewiston, residents., iston Thursday night. ,istou on their brief trip here.THECLEWISTON'N .


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HIE CLEWISTON NE'VS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1934

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'T"H13. federal government has start- A LFONSO, former king of Spain, Insect Damage Is
CURRENT EVENTS ed In Buffalo the contest that will and Antonio Golcochea, who usedto

finally]] determine the collective bar- be his minister of the Interior, helda Fought in Winter
gaining powers of organized labor under secret conference In Rome the other PfiULTPYI

the NRA. The government asked day and Immediately there were rumors -

IN REVIEW the United States District court for that a dictatorship might be set
PASS. Stored Seed Grain Should Be
the western district of New York' to up In Spain, to,be followed by restora-

Impose 'on the Houde Engineering tion of the royal family. I Protected From All Bugs; KEEP RECORDS OF ;t

company of Buffalo the New Deal's Italy's Fascists, many of whom have I FLOCK IS ADVISEDBest .. .-
controversial doctrine of majority ruleIn expressed the feeling that dictatorshipIn Treat in Bins.

BUSINESS OFFERS A PROGRAMFOR all labor relations under NRA.In Spain Is the only way to avert com-

REFORM OF BUDGET filing the government's complaint plete chaos, and the four groups of Hy C. H Brannon Extension EntomoI, ;1st.
North Carolina State College-WNU Service. Way to Ascertain the
""NO NEW TAXES-.ROBINSON against the Houde company United Spaniards in Rome-the exiled mon- Carbon dlsulphlde or carbon tetra- I

States Attorney George L. Grobe asked archists, the leftist Intellectuals, the chloride may be used effectively to kill Weak Points.

the court to order the company to do Spanish clerics, and the diplomats-assigned insects In stored grain this winter. A
By EDWARD W. PICKARD the following things: considerable importance to Gol.cochea's barrel other container which can Dy Roy S. Dearstyne. Head of North Carolina -
or
. Western Newspaper Union State College Poultry Department
1. To bargain collectively with the visit. be made air tight will]] be suitable, then VVXU Service
BUSINESS leaders of the country United Automobile! Workers Federal The name most frequently mentioned fasten two thicknesses of heavy wrap- Poultryrnen who keep records of

members of tbe Chamberof union, No. 1SS30 ; this union a branchof ''i In monarchical circles In_ connection ping paper on the barrel top. If the their flocks will stand a better chanceof -

Commerce of the United States de- the A. F. of L., was the one whicha with possible dictatorship Is that of seed Is heavily Infested, a full cup of making o profit in spite of high feed

mand a reform of the government'sbudgetary majority of the Houde workers choseas Jose Maria Gil Robles, young Catholic the dlsulphlde or tetrachloride may be prices. With a well]]-kppt record thepoultryrnan

methods. Through a refer their representative when the labor leader. The efforts of Jose Primo used. can find the weak pointsIn -
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endum they have given approval to board conducted an election among do Rivera, son of the late dictator under After two or three days exan/Ine his flock management when profitsare -

thirteen proposals to this end. them on March 21. Alfonso, to spread Fascism In the seed. If any Insects arc still] alive, low and thus determine what to do-

One step recommended was "a more 2. To cease :collective bargainingwith Spain are hailed by monarchist circles. repeat the process. The seed shouldbe to remedy the situation.It .

active centralized administrative con- all other unions, especially a'company kept in air tight containers until dos not pay to save money by doling .

trol of expenditures." This would beobfained union known as the Houde Wel- BOLIVIA'S troops In the Chaco were ready to ,plant, or insects will reinfestit. out small quantities of feed to the

by "broadening the executive fare and Athletic association. whipped by the Paraguayans When ready to plant, spread out bird Such practices will lower egg:
allotment)] system of funds' so as 3.: To refrain from all action which and President Daniel Sala- on the floor and the gas will]] evaporateIn production Impair the vitality of the-

to Include all expenditures ordinary might Interfere with or coerce the employees manca wasTblarned. He visited the warfront a short time. birds, and Increase the mortality rate.

and emergency and strengthening It In their self-organization) for and was arrested Storage bins may be used to treat True, It Is good policy to provide winter -

so as to avoid the necessity of deficiency the purpose of collective]] bargaining. V by Gen. Enrique seed in large quantities If the bins are grazing in order to cut down on.

appl'oprlationstThis Penaranda and forcedto fairly air tight. Twenty pounds of feed costs, but this is advisable because .
recommendation for broader
ROOSEVELT'S aviation resign. Meantime the dlsulphide will] be enough for each winter grazing is beneficial. Non-
PRESIDENT
branchof ,
administrative
control by the
thegovernment also .suggested that commission, having concluded] Vice President Jose 1,000 cubic feet of space in the bin. beneficial! feeds should n'ot be substi-

"when feasible" expenditures be reduced Its hearings on national defense be- Sorzano had taken After pouring on the seed cover with tuted for the higher priced feeds.

below appropriations.. gan drafting Its report, and It was over the presidential Hacks to help hold in the gas. The The extension service at State col-
authoritatively said in Washingtonthat powers by decree and treatment'should be applied in the mid- lege Is offering a complete system of
Among other'proposals approved
installed cabi- dle of the day when the Is record-keeping free to all
:'-.'" If congress approves of Its recommendations a new temperature poultrymen

were ThaP'the executive budget be sub- government airships net. Penaranda appeared warmest.Air within the state. Record books will

mitted fo congress about March 1, in- will surely be operating in a new to be the virtual slaked lime may also be used In be sent to,, those who wish them. The
'transoceanic service. Details were being dictator and It treat grains for insects. In treating books contain sheets in which month- "
stead of early January "In the belief _
that estimates would be more accurateIf worked out and It seemed likely Jose Sorzano. seemed likely he quantities of seed, equal parts of lime by-month records can be kept.If .

submitted nearer the beginning of the commission would adopt the $17- would take steps to and seed may be used. For small the poultrymen will]] send these I

the fiscal year.." 000,000 plan approved by Ewing Y. bring about peace with Paraguay. amounts the ratio of lime should be sheets back to the college each month, I

That'the' President, In his budget estimates Mitchell, assistant secretary of' com- However: the fighting in the PIlco- larger than that of the seed. poultry specialists will be glad to figurefor

designate activities he thinks merce, and the national advisory com- mayo river sector was continued, the them the following data : feed cost

should,be' discontinued. mittee for aeronautics., That plan Paraguayans pushing the Bolivians Drouth Corn Not Likelyto per dozen eggs, feed cost per bird.

That' )venue estimates In the execu- ,calls for two huge Zeppelin type air- steadily back toward their main baseat value of eggs produced, return above

tive budget be so 'expended as to pre- ships, and one smaller metal clad craft I Villa Montes. There were contra Hurt Farm Live Stock feed cost, mash and grain consumed. ,

sent a complete revenue program. along with necessary modern landing dictory claims from opposing quarters.The There Is little danger of poisoninglive and other valuable pointers.

That there should be a general accounting equipment.The Bolivians declared the offensivehas stock by feeding drouth-damaged The record book also contains Incubation -

office; directly under controlof commission also will ask con- ceased-' with heavy losses sufferedby cornstalks If samples tested at the and brooding record forms and

the executive. gress in its February report to create Paraguayans, while the latter college. of agriculture, University of an egg record sheet which should be-

a permanent federal agency with supervisory claim the capture of La Puerta, only Illinois, are 'typical of corn throughoutthe of great advantage to the poultrymen.,

control over all civil ayia-. a few miles south of Cururenda. Northof country, says Dr. Robert Graham,

', IN LINE opposition with this the budget business"revolt"men are Is lon. This would comprise five to sev- the Pllcomayo strong Bolivian forces chief In animal pathology and hygiene. Liberal Hopper Space '

en members. were operating. Innumerable inquiries have been
, received -
demonstrating to the ten billion dollar Favored by PoultrymenTo
by the University of Illinois
work relief proposed to the
program Is being "New Deal. relative be successful with poultry the
given a pathology laboratory to the
President by his brain trust advisers. EnGEl KIROV, one of the most EGYPT
By royal decree the parliament has possible poisonous properties of drouth flock owner must pay close atten
Interior members of the Russian
As outlined by ,Secretary of the prominent
,'Ickes and Relief Administrator Communist party's political bureau, been dissolved and, all its powers delegated corn, as well as Sudan grass, and apparently tion to details.] Many farmers fail] to
to King Fuad until a new: con- many stockmen are afraid to obtain eggs during the winter either
Hopkins this Is an undertaking to terminate was assassinated In Leningrad, and astS'
stitution, much more liberal in type feed either of these roughages.Of because their mash feeders- are too-
..federal direct relief and put all]] he was a close associate -
able-bodied _unemployed persons at of Stalin his than the present one, is drafted. the' many samples of suspicious small or because of failure to rem!
A of the drouth that the feeders promptly when the supplThas !
work financed the occasion general clean up govern- corn have been tested in
:on government: projects, death was -
.. while the states continue to afford relief of public mourn- ment, made on British advice, has' the laboratory, not a single specimen been exhausted. The mash feeders -
greatly curtailed the control of Ibrashi has proved to be poisonous, Doctor ,' says the Missouri Farmer, shouldbe
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.._ to those persons not able to work. ing. The government "
Theoretically, the projects would be announced that the Pasha reputed power behind the the Graham said. Although it Is known large enough to furnish one loot

to a large degree self-liquidating in 20 assassin was Leonid : throne of King Fuad. and paved the that sorghum 'plants can develop fatal J of feeding space for every five osis:

. to 30 years and the government would Nicolieff and that he way for the new constitution. amounts of hydrocyanic acid under arrested hens. liens will]] eat mash morv rap-

. recover a large part of the outlay Thus "was sent by the ene- Ahmed Ziwar Pasha, veteran states- growth, the danger In the case Idly If the feeders are located Ir. .a well

the-cost of relief would be cut and the ry mies of the working man, was named chief of the royal cab- of corn seems to be rather doubtful. lighted portion of the house near-

revival of business at the same time class." But it appears inet, post long unfilled The political The poisonous properties of sudan enough to the floor to be easily acces- ._,
cabinet was completely overhauled, grass have also been recognized during sible. However it is not desirable to-
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would be promoted through the demand ... there is somethingSerget .
place the feeders less than iG to 1&
with Tewfik Nesshim Pasha replacing certain stages of growth but here
w.. ,. construction materials and the Increase more to the'event
- of workers' purchasing power Kirov than a mere murder.A Yehia Pasha as prime minister. again bona fide evidence of Injury Inches from the floor. Othpv-vise litter ,
and dirt is likely to be kicked into the-
when fed to live'stocl not obtained

was
resulting from the vast government ex- dispatch from Warsaw said ten Red '
feed boxes by hen? scratching on the1oor.
-'J nenditures. army: officers had been executed as the pROUBLE over the Saar plebiscite in one Instance. An experimental -
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,, result of assassinate all horse was fed the grass -for a pe-
a plot to may be averted after all the alarm,
: riod of three weeks without Many poultrymen seem to doubt the-
: ROBINSON of Arkansas, senate Soviet leaders at the same time. The for .it I Is reported unofficially]] that: Chan- showing.
JOE of
advisability feeding grain in troughsand
-" .. leader, spent four hours in dispatch said, in reporting the assassination cellor Hitler of Germany and Foreign any ill effects. continue
to scatter grain in the-
r.,', conference with President Roosevelt at i of Sergei Kirov that the Minister Pierre Laval of' France have Illness which 'may be mistaken for litter to Induce.
exercise. From the- -
Warm Springs, and emerged with the I G. P, U. (secret police) had discovered reached an accord providing that Ger- food poisoning is sometimes caused bj .:-.
sanitary point of view It Is obviouslymuch
too sudden in rations Doctor
change
welcome assurance the plot and that the 10 officers were many will pay for French mining properties better to
feed grain In troughs.If .
that the New Deal put to death within the hour. Sixty in the Saar If l.'rance'abandons Graham points out. '
ample feeding space is provided "
program to be presented others were arrested. General Rudow, the effort to keep the region under the so that all]] the hens can eat at one.<. -'.
to in chief of the Leningrad G. P. U., dis- of the of Nations. .
congress jurisdiction League Huge Wheat Crop in CanadaThe time they can get their, fill]] of feed "
January does not missed another general and arrested Substance was given this report .
1934 wheat crop of Canada is much more quickly at roosting time '
.. contemplate the imposition many high officials. whenReichsfuehrer Hitler instructedall
officially]] estimated at 277,304,000 than when they are compelled to search \
of new taxesor Moscow officially denied this story, the Nazi propaganda forces in the for
the'grain by In the "
bushels.: This Is an Increase of about scratching
the substantial in- which does not necesarlly mean thatIt Saar to cease their activities. He or- litter.
7,000,000 bushels over the unrevlsed
crease of existingtaxes. I is untrue. dered that disturbances must be avoided -
estimate for 1933 but Is considerably
He added that and that the Nazi must rely largely ',
lower than the average for recent Drafts Cause DiscomfortThe
he believed expendi- JAPAN, having given unofficial notice on the press to keep the Swastika flyIng Previous to 1933 the smallest -.
years.
tures for normal government she will withdraw from the In the disputed territory after the average farm flock suffers fron. -:
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crop '
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naval still This would seem to Insurean too much ventilation in cold weather
Senator purposes Washington treaty, seemsto prebiscite. years was"S04.520,000 bushels In 1929 ;
would( be kept[ ( well,, have hope that the United States Impartial vote on January 13. in says a poultr 'man. Drafts cause"the .
the 506,000,000
Robinson highest was over
within, the national! fowls serious discomfort. Sudden -, -
t will!
and Great Britain
1923. The low 1934 production Is due ,
income. Of course. this does not meana agree to give her naval '-pllOMAS N. M'CARTER, presidentof mainly to unfavorable climatic condi changes in temperature are harmful .

balanced budget, for this cannot be parity But just in case the Edison Electric Institute tions In large areas' of the western to laying hens and ay reduce egg pro-

had while enormous sums are being she has invited France has made public the legal opinion provinces where most of Canada's duction considerably. Ventilation may

spent for relief and re-employment. and Italy to join her dJ drafted by Newton D. Baker and James wheat is grown. The average wheat be controlled]] by using a straw :
but the senator would not admit that in the Tennessee valley loft or Installing a commercial or
denouncing pact. Beck holding
: M. yield an acre for all Canada in 1934 Is ,
< the, cost of these would go above the France has declined authority act unconstitutional. placed at ll.G bushels, compared witha homemade ventllatlve system, or by ,--.it
careful ir
tenbilliondollarmark. with regret and Italy In their Joint opinion Mr. Beck and I I long-time average of 17.1. The estimated regulation window openings. '

f- "Unemployment relief! is to be pre- I is considering the matter Mr. Baker declare that analysis of the production of other principal Insulation and ventilation go hand In

ferred to the dole," he said. "A rea.. but the two great TVA act indicated that its content did grains in Canada shows an increase hand. A variety of good commercial
sonably conservative should nations of Interstate Insulating materials Is sold by. lumber
Anglo-Saxon
program not constitute regulation over the previous year. Oats are up dealers
be adopted with a view to tapering off are as one In de commerce or provision for national defense about 37.000,000 bushels, barley up

the deficit." manding that the 5-5- but rather a project for the federal about 5,440.000 bushels. rys up about

Senator Robinson-said that the bonus I 3 ratio he malntainE'eJ.Hepresentativo government "to embark In the 2,200,000 bushels and flaxseed up about In the Poultry Yard

. was discussed at some length but no Representative Carl Carl Vinson power business." The opinion goes still 400,000 bushels.

conclusion was.reached. Intimates of Inson of Georgia who is chairman further and finds that the very enact- Green feed for,poultry returns such

'. the White House have expressed the of. the house committee on naval af- ment of the law "was beyond the con- big dividends that it .should never bo-

,' fear that a bonus program calling 'alrsThas made plain the policy] he will stitutional power of the congress." Save Soy Beans and Straw overlooked. : ..

'i for expenditure of more than two billion Insist upon. For the government to engage In the Soy beans are likely to be a very *

] dollars may be passed over a veto. "I sincerely hope it will not be necessary power business the opinion 'asserts, Is good ,cash crop this year and next, and :. When eggs: are packed for market

Senator Pat Harrison of Mississippi, to scrap the treaty," he said, "at 'once a denial of the police power for this reason an effort should be. they should be graded for size, colon

.,,".,: chairman of the senate finance committee "but It seems now.we cannot hope very of the state and an Invasion of state made to thresh as many of the beans I and Inferior quality..
*
who was also present at the strongly for anything else. We cannot sovereignty over territory as to which ns possible. Although the acreage .l
conference left for Washington to begin grant naval equality to Japan at any the state has made no cession of sovereignty grown this, year was about 50 per cent A pullet's heart beats 300 times a .-

a study of unemployment insurance -. price. If the Tokyo government does to the federal government larger than was grown last year, the minute whereas the heart of human

:. insist upon wrecking the treaty I will MrBaker and Mr. Beck voiced the chances are that, on account of the should beat around 72.

'J. Next day the President's chief caller Insist that the house naval affairs committee belief that the references in the TVA drouth, more was cut for hay than was *

was, Secretary of Commerce Daniel C.I I and congress make enoughmoney act to flood control, navigation, and the Intention at the time the seed was The United States bureau of agricultural .. .,

Roper, and he told Mr. Roosevelt that available to build five ships for national defense 'are merely "a dIs- planted. In this connection_ do not economics says that poultry production

business would move rapidly on the each three laid down by Japan. guise for the plain but unconstitutional overlook the fact that soy bean straw this year Is the smallest since

road to recovery If only it were assured In his annual report to the President; purpose of the statute." Is a comparatively nutritious forage- 1925.

p.. of a safe and sane federal pro- Secretary of the Navy Swanson says The act, according to the opinion, worth enough to make It profitable to S .

gram of expenditures. To correspondents that although the United States may does not authorize the acquisition and save as much as possible. That there The storing room should be kept free s

Mr. Roper said he' was greatly] reduce Its naval strength proportionately operation of electrical distribution will be an exceedingly( strong demand from musty odors and highly flavored

cheered by Senator Robinson's statement with other powers It is Imper- plants, nor the extension of utility rate for soy bean seed next spring cannotbe foods because eggs absorb odors read- I

lIe felt that the left wing de- ative that a navy second to none be legislation beyond the narrow ]limit of doubted first for the reason that ily. y

mand for vast sums of money for relief maintained. He warns also of the sales to municipal plants. The pro It Is a most excellent crop to grow on .

of the unemployed must bfe dangerous shortage of personnel In the posal of TVA to regulate rates of private I tend contracted to the'government' Progressive poultrymen] should

checked and that there must be a further navy saying that "ships are valueless utilities to which It makes power and second, that it Is one of the very I'their laying hens each month in count order

munities.shifting of relief control to com- unless manned by adequate crews of i sales is attacked as-outside the constitutional best crops to grow In chinch b'lg In to detect losses which might have been

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SYNOPSIS ner close by It. The rug is beige colored "Who were your parents?" McNamara, because he's one of the

and Chinese, and on the wall In "I don't know." best friends you'll ever ave."

_, Theodore GatlIn adopts a baby, which back;: of me, where you can look at It "Why did you steal the silk stock- "Kiss me again, please," Nance whis- Easy Way to Fill Cream Puff

;;, he names "Penelope," In a final effort readily Is a framed photograph of your Ings?" pered. And when Lanny had com
to solve hts matrimonial troubles. But father. It must be a photograph of Nance threw back her head and plied, the girl came around the deskto Cream puffs are easy to make and

his wife has never wanted her, and your father _because he looks a great laughed. "Why, you silly, I had runs, Stephen Burt "I want you to kiss tire delicious and nourishing. If you
,' thelr-affairs end in the divorce court. -
,- Ten-year-old Penelope is given into the deal like sou. In back of, me a door in every pair I owned." me, too," she said. "You're sweet- are filling them with whipped cream

+'." keeping:: of Mrs. Gatlin., At a ba&e '1 leads Into the old lady's den and"- "Poor dear !I" Lanny was speaking. thank you a lot." oc a thick custard, use a pastry bag

.. game a ball strikes Penelope on the here Nance opened her handbag, took Her hand strayed over the girl's Jet When Dan McNamara and his prIs- You will find it more efficient than a

?.-r.' nose. Mrs.- Gatlin spirits the child to out a small mirror, held It up and black, shiny bob ; her fingers sought a oner had departed, Lanny and Stephen spoon.
Europe. Gatlin retires from business.
wills Penelope all his money, and is opened her eyes an instant-"yes, I 'shell-like ear and tugged It'' gently. looked at each other throughout a long Copyright by THE Public HOUSEWIFE.Ledger, Inc.

about to begin a search for his daughter thought so. That door Is ajar and the, Nance looked up at the nurse, surprise silence, which Lanny was first to break. WNU Service

when a motor accident ends his life. old lady is listening to every word I ,and friendliness shining In her "That :girl's clean, Stevie. Not a
Some ten years later, in San Francisco,
d Stephen Burt is' a rising young psychi- say. eyes. touch of the slattern about her. She Literary Problem

atrist. He Is presented by Dan Mc- "Now, I'll describe you. You're a "Why, you're' sweet, aren't you? Why, could pass the Binet Intelligence test Mrs. Nyland faces a problem of

Namara, chief of police, with a new pa darling. You're tall and you haven't you darling!I" And she, lifted her face so fast she'd meet it on her way back. parental responsibility, but the more
tient-Nance Belden, a girl with a dual for to kiss. Lanny ,kissed her she It the less possible of
started to grow a tummy yet. You'reabout Lanny And she isn't tough at all. She's only ponders
personality, for which her "saddle nose"
was In part responsible.! I thirty-two or three years old, Trust Lanny for that trying to be, and she finds, It uphill solution It appears. 't.

your hair is dark brown and your eyes "It's' too late to go further tonight, ,work." For years she had read to her

dark blueand you have nice teeth, Dan." Lanny said. "Bring her In at' "Defense mechanism largely," he daughter, Nancy, from Juvenile

CHAPTER IIContinued4 and they show when you smile. You nine tomorrow morning." said. "Better go home, Lanny. Get a books befitting her years, but one

have nice hands and your nails were "Can't, Lanny." With a bound the good night's sleep and try to forget clay, when the girl had reached the

"Lanny!" Stephen reproved her. manicured this morning, but you havea excellent McNamara had landed beside what 'a sad world we live In." age of five, she suddenly interrupted

Then to Dan McNamara : "Do you dirty spot on the finger-nail of your Lanny In the garden of friendship, as "It'd be a d-d sight sadder If you the reading with :

mean to tell me you left her out there right Index finger-no, it Isn't dirt. It's one might,, say. "She's due' In the police didn't live in It,", she, snapped. I' "I'm tired of those books, mumsy. ;

unguarded? How. would you explain Iodine. Pardon I My error Do I win court at nine o'clock for sentence 'Under stress of emotion, Lanny, as All the girls In It are ,so goody-

her escape-If she had chosen to dis- first prize, Doc?" Right away she'll be waltzedover she grew older, occasionally Indulged goody."

appear?" "In a walk, Miss Belden. You are to the Superior court tothe, judge herself In a little mild profanity. Mrs. Nyland was too shocked to

"I don't think she'd duck, Doc. But absolutely the most amazing person I that gave her a suspended sentence Stephen didn't mind. He knew she make a suitable retort. But she ad-
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4..,; even if she tried it, I got a plain clothesman have ever examined. You are one in two years ago. She hasn't made good, I was, disillusioned, middle-aged in pointof mits that the younger generation Is

on guard." a million-one of those rare persons so he'll sign the commitment papers years, but old with the wisdom and getting new ideas, whether from

: "Please bring the patient in, Lanny," == sadness of the world, as only a doctoror their elders, the movies, or what not.
:@ 'm
Stephen pleaded. "And then you : a trained nurse can be; that she -New York Sun.Appetitegone. .

mlghrhe glanced eloquently at their : had- earned her privileges. As a surgical -'

empty glasses. Lanny glared at him. b nurse she had been sworn at by

so he smiled-and she ceased to glare. -Jr doctors whose nerves grew taut as ? .

But she went on mumbling. piano wires, during a dangerous operation :

and she tad learned to give as .-
r Dan McNamara shook his head sage- the A simple thing, perhaps i yet a
she received-wherefore
ly. "Nothing wrong with that woman's wLW' good as very serious one, resulting in loss '_,
,. .. men of her world respected her and weakness... '
thinking apparatus he informed <.,' of strength..body
Stephen. liked her, for her courage and effi- and possibly many other ills. So

ciency. why not check-up and snap back to
And then Lanny ushered the new pa- "See to it that you're on hand In the zest of eating and well being.
3'' (dent in. She paused just inside the .
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court tomorrow morning, Stevie, witha You will find S.S.S. a great, scien- '.
door, swept the room with a slow glance tifically-tested tonic-not just a so-
sweet line of scientific argument to
and permitted her gaze to come to rest called tonic, but one specially designed -
1 v bewilder that judge and the district
on Stephen Burt, who rose and bowed b to stimulate gastric secre-
attorney, she charged a little later. and also the mineral
<' to her. Instantly the frozen hos tions having
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tility in her glance faded and'she e'a "Good night, my dear boy. elements so very, very necessary in

I Dear old Lanny Once more had rebuilding the oxygen-carrying
smiled. "Reminds of
me a gargoyle, f
A hemo-glo-bin of the blood to enable
occurred to her the miracle of love.
Stephen reflected. to Do it. Un-
"carry on. try
you 0
stranger-a bit of flotsam and Jetsamon
"Meet my friend, Dr. Stephen Burt M1 less your case is exceptional, you
of life-had looked
: the muddy sea
Nance," Dan McNamara introduced her -. should soon enjoy again the satis-
behind her brusque, businesslike, belligerent -
faction of food and good
airily; "Doc, this is Nance Belden. appetizing
exterior and found the great digestion...sound sleep..and renewed -
:K alias Dorothy Case, alias Fay J arham.
warm heart, that yearned so for affection strength. Remember, "S.S.S.
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alias Elizabeth Vernon.
and understanding. Hers was a makes you feel like yourself again.''

';:,\., Stephen said! politely that he was delighted strange nature. She was so strong, not be blinded by the efforts of a
:: to make her acquaintance, and unethical dealers who may sug
and of the to share
so possessed urge substitutes.have
. Nance with acrid directness iDO a right to
,
replied
her strength with those she loved particularly that S.S.S be supplied you on
"Why?" Whereat Stephen Burt laughedand if they evinced any affectionfor long years of preference
chair for her. Nance _your guarantee of satisfaction.
set a plumped iriii
,
her, that she was singularly demo ,-
herself down in it with a weary sigh, the world's'great
cratic in her, choice of beneficiary '
jerked off her Jaunty hat and threw it Belden like Burt, had blood
Nance Stephen
'$ ;>>" f rJ& << p" 'Y4"i -
Stephen's desk "All Steve.
on right,
appealed to her thwarted mother love, medicineExamples
Shoot What's the idea of the big
Stephen Burt Rose and Bowed to Her. Instantly the Frozen Hostility in Her and nothing that the girl had been,
convention? Another
fishing expedI- Glance Faded, and She Smiled. nothing she might ever be, would alter
tion?
Lanny's opinion, formed on an Instant's All Around

,. "Now, Nance," Dan McNamara who not only see everything at a and It'll be some time before we see notice, that the girl was an angel. A There Is no age limit when It

soothed her, "you cut that out. You're glance but take a mental photographof our Nancy again." dark angel, perchance, and like Lucifer comes to doing foolish things.

not talking to Doc Blethen. Doc Burt'sa it. And remember It Yes "Has she ?" but-an
you win an attorney fallen from high place,
gentleman. a prize." "The public defender, that's all." angel nevertheless.

Nance remembered her manners. "I'll have a highball with you boys," Lanny looked at Stephen. Stephen r i a

"My error," she apologized.From said Miss Belden composedly. looked at Lanny. Both nodded. The presence of Chief of Police I e Luil'our.own

the doorway leading into the "You'll not, you Jittle-this and that," "Get the best in town,' Dan," Lanny Daniel McNamara cleared a lane

waiting room, Lanny gazed upon the Lanny countered from behind the door, urged the chief "Doctor Burt will appear through the corridor of the Hall of

girl with frank disapproval. OverNance's "The very Idea !1" In court and plead 'for a stay of Justice, in which the police courts of druggist Is author-

shoulder she caught Stephen'seye "Then the party breaks up here and sentence. We'll tell that judge a few\ San Francisco are located.He lized to cheerfully refund your d

and shook her head sorrowfully. now," Miss Belden informed Stephen.: things about criminal psychology and door. money on the spot if you are
courtroom
"The old girl's without shocked !i" Nancy "Lanny," Stephen called. "I hope just why it would be frightful social "Nance paused Is in before there"a he told Stephen."I'll not relieved by CreomulsFon

laughed while softly looking. around, you aren't forgetting the- laws of hos injustice to put this girl In San Quen- not go In with you. I'd have a
Lanny disappeared."How "
pitality. tin. week of rotten publicity in all the

do you know Miss Belden?" "Come on, kid," the girl entreated She turned to Nance Belden, drew papers, if I appeared to have any spe--

Stephen inquired." Lanny. "Buy me one and I'll get the the girl's face down on her breast and cial Interest in the case. Her lawyer's -

"Mirror, and Nance Belden pointed. chief to do something, nice for you In patted the rouged cheek. "See you name Is Tyrrell and he'll call you lastIng
SUlI'FERERS-II.emro-Lene
"Close your eyes, Stephen commended return." tomorrow, dearie," she promised. "Bea I as an expert witness." PILE relief. No harmful drugs. Pay nothIng

"and describe this room to me." "What Influence has the likes of you good girl now and be nice to Dan TO BE CONTINUED. until relieved. Wrlto KCMRO-LENE, 905

"All right.. There are two empty with the chief of police?" Lanny was Court St., Syracuse, N. Y.

highball glasses on the telephone stand emerging with two highballs."Do .

back of you." She sniffed. "Bourbon. you drive a car, Miss Lanning?" Bird Life Dwindling, "Bird Man" Says ; DON'T NEGLECT' .j

The stand's three feet high and the Nance Belden whistled sharply to

telephone book is in the compartmentunder Dan McNamara. Many Species Are Nearing ExtinctionMany YOUR KIDNEYS .

the top of the stand. The tele- "Get out y our card Dan Here's the

phone is one of those combination re- fountain pen. ,vlit; as I dictate. I species of birds are nearing one of the first birds to arrive In the 7F your kidneys are not working-

ceiver-mouthpiece things like they use Ready : 'To all traffic officers: The extinction because of their destructionby spring, he remains all summer and Is .right and you suffer backache,

in English stage scenes, and the telephone bearer Miss Rebecca Lanning, has the unthinking people Harry L. Rhodes, one of the last to depart 'at the approach dizziness, burning, scanty or too

cord is white. The desk is solid freedom of the city. She has my authority known "bird man," of winter. When our ancestors, frequent urination, swollen feet and
Topeka's widely
a, walnut, I think, flat-topped and clean. to park where she pleases and warns In a plea for conservation, in the Pilgrim Fathers, stepped from the ankles; feel Doan's lame, stiff Pills., "all tiredout"
.
.
You have a bronze combination Inkwell she shall be tagged. She cannot use
not Mayflower the first bird they saw was
the New York Times. Thousands rely upon Doan's.They .
pen-rack, and pin-tray. There is be arrested for anything except murder
"There Is a great need for public education called the robin. That, however, was are praised the country over.
a blue crayon pencil and a red and even then she must not ride in the
crayon in regard to birds," Rhodes said probably the limit of the Pilgrim Fa- Get Doan's Pills today. For sale by

pencil and a black, gold-banded fom wagon. Signed : Dan McNamara, "It Is necessary to maintain the neces- thers' bird lore." all druggists.

rain pen on the pen rack. The foun- Chief of Police. Rhodes said that many unscrupulous
balance of nature between Insect
jain pen has green ink in it. I know be- Dan McNamara obeyed, Nance Bel- sary persons have taken intense delight In nOAH'S PILLSWNU7
life and animal life. We must pre ,
cause on the calendar pad on the desk, den viseed the card, blotted It and killing every bird they saw, thereby
serve our birds if we are to win that i
which Is opened at November 23-although handed it to Lanny. "Now, you tell cutting down the number. 50-34
battle. Almost every Insect has its
this is the 24th-you've writ- 'em all who's kind to you, Rebecca. I'm
particular bird enemy, but bird life has I
ten something with the pen very re- some kid, am I not? You bet I'm some The U. S. Coast Guard
last
dwindled 73 per cent within the
cently. You're sitting in a ,walnut kid. Dan knows It and your boss
The coast guard service of the Dttted
swivel chair, brown leather uphol- knows it and if, by now, you don't century. Do you lack PEP ?
Is under the of the
Air. Rhodes' home, called Deer CHIT States Jurisdiction
stered, and a high back up to your know it, 1 hope Steve fires you."
Lodge, is filled with bird houses in a Treasury department, created by th> Are you all In, tired and run down?
shoulder lops. The Chief's chair is "You are some kid I admit It. I
setting he claims to be well adapted act approved January 28, 1915, where
an over-stuffed rocker, and If you give Thank you, dear. You shall have a
I i ,bird He by the revenue cutter and life saving[ 1ERSMITft''SONIC
him another drink he'll fall asleep In highball." to its use as a sanctuary. j

It. On the wall back of you, there Is "Have ,one yourself," Nance sug- even planted millet, hemp, kafflr corn, services of the United States wert
Latin I I I ana other bird seeds and fruit trees to merged Into one organization, to b* IIJ
a framed diploma in Issued to gested grandly. "Let's all be sociable,
birds with the food they known thereafter as the coast guard
the
provide
Stephen John Burt by Leland Stan eft, Steve?
I Will rid of
The coast guard Is essentially an ernor you
ford Junior University Medical school, I "Miss Belden-" Steve began.. need.
"Birds, like people, have characteristics gency service, and may be called upoi iN/I L A RM
and about four feet from it is the Oath "Call me Nance, the strange young
work of tot
observed for special a nature
of Hippocrates in a black frame tike creature interrupted. "Why all the of their own. Rhodes any
tree-nesting bird has its favorite which no other vessels are provided, It and build you up.Used for 65 yean for Chills
"Every
the diploma. The print Is old English formality? Fever Malaria and
and done in black and red. Across'theroom "Have you any objection, Nance, to tree and seeks that tree out before Is a officers military being arm commissioned of the governmentits by th A General Tonic

in back of the Is walnut real name?" building his nest.
chief a telling me your At AU DrogguU
President, and holding rank wlt 60c and $1.00
bookcase, built In detachable tiers, and "None at alL I don't know my real "The robin comes the nearest to
there' a white washstand In the cor- name." I being 'Just folks,' he said. "Always officers of the army and navy.




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Office in Clewiston, Florida, under be given to the screen; as something C. E. Parker and E. F. Spencer, do

the Act of March 3, 1897. delightfully new to the very young, .:................................................................................................:"! appear upon the Rule Day in Janu- DEEP ROCK WATER
and something welcomed in revivalby ary, 1935, the same being the 7th
Subscription rate, $2.00_ per year. the old. I remember once when I was a day of January. 1935, to. the bill of Five Gallons, 25c
kid >
dad brought home
my a big
Advertising rates on application., Most of us, of the older division, complaint filed in this cause to fore-
candy cane, one of those life size affairs -
.
can remember story upon story that close a certain mortgage or deed of Delivered in Clewiston Tuesdays and

Devoted to the advancement and kept our eyes to a book until we that could have beentused- fora trust; else the allegations of said Fridays. Leave order at B & B store.

welfare of Clewiston; and Hendry i grew ashamed of the hour after mIdnight i barber pole. bill will be taken as confessed by Your business appreciated.G. .

County. ; or made us impatient for the I It contained enough candy to give caid defendants. P. Barrow
next week's installment in a maga- a half dozen kids a first class tummy IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that

zine. We not remember the titleor ache. My sister and I both wantedit. I this order be published once a week BBHDBDMHHEKIItaBEnnHHBaBBDBBCounselor .
may ----------------------- ----- -
The New Deal and the weatherman She grabbed one end and I grabbed for four consecutive weeks in The
the author's name-but we remember -
may have conspired to "plow the thrill of the other and we began a tug Clewiston News, a newspaper pub-
good
under third row," but it looks many of that lished in Hendry County, Florida.
every war was a wow.
now like the weatherman lost count. stories. Both of us got our hands all DONE AND ORDERED at La- :!li L M; : @ ,n'OUI: SE
We can all remember ten such Belle, Florida, this 28th day of November -
stories for each moving picture that sticky and managed to smear ;plentyof 1934. and Attorney at Law
At least the cold killed some very made the same lasting impression. candy on our clothes. It was a
pesky redbugs and mosquitoes, and I swell little scrap and a beautifulmess. (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, Hopkins Building
Today many good stories that Clerk of said Court.
it now appears that Santa's rein- It ended when dad got us Wednesdays and Saturdays
prove "hits" in type; become pic- EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER
deers weren't frozen.Is both. by an ear, took the cane away 9:30 to 4:00
tures. But such good stories are I 1st National
Bank Bldg.,
and threw it in the fire. We both
rare. Twenty and thirty years ago Miami, FloridaSOLICITORS
got a lickin and went to bet withoutany
the ,irony of fate or the general I fiction "hits" were not being watched supper.; FOR PLAINTIFF.No. Watches_ Clocks, Jewelry
cussedness of human nature respon- : like they are today, for some- 47.-Nov. 30, Dec. 7,14-21. ,
Things like that happen now and Rear or
sible for the fact that the new model thing good enough to warrant a
then in all families I guess. They Clewiston Drucj. Company
autos and new license tags appear chance on the screen. And we sug- I
tell us it is human nature or somethin' ,, .. ,,,..
"" ;; ; ::=" 'to"" ::==:0==:' :.r= z"- Jewelry Repairing
about the same time? gest that the movie magnates dig .

tack through the old files of the
'Saturday Evening Post and some This citrus mess reminds me of You Wreck 'Em W. MERRITT

The same Santa Claus that visits that kid quarrel. Two selfish inter- WATCHMAKER: & JEWELER .
others where treasures of fiction
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many
the Clewiston Community ChristmasTree lie buried. ests snarling and yapping over the We Fix 'Em CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.
will also visit the little colored control of a candy cane that mother .
We wonder if the truly clean and Q. Box 521 "
children of Harlem. Thanks to the nature has presented to a favored PAINTING BODY AND
lovable, if sometimes "swearable"characters !
thoughtfulness of the Legionnaires I section, a magnificent citrus crop FENDER: WORK I
of Thomas Beer's unusual
and Gaideii Club members, and oth- !' I of the finest fruit in the world. I !
stories could be made'as likeable in : TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY
er_contributors, Christmas knows no I While the war went merrily on as
"reel" life. They would probablyrpen a.
color line. to who was to control the control
a field for a new type of ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
up
committee, mother nature in exasperation Done by An Expert
actor and the men might prove to REQUEST
If Karl Lehmann and Dr. Tigertet steps in with a nice little Courteous Service II
be an improvement on some they
al don't quit going around the cold wave and does a first class job
C. E.
Work Guaianteed. STEBEL
give us In the pictures we see.-
country telling people they're scar- of controllin' just like she did in
Community News, Meichantville, N. Prices Reasonable.
ed Florida is in for another boom J. ." the middle west last summer after Electrical Goniracting
Governor Dave will have a hard time they got through drownin' pigs and

getting :the federal authorities to plowin' under this and that. PIONEERService PHONE: 2121

keep on handing out unmatched .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:. As always the poor grower; is PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
funds.-Leesburg Commercial.THE the goat. In the end of the day he StationBELLE

is the one who takes the rap. The GLADE PHONE 10 Agent fir
CODE IN 1858:: volume of 'freight for the railroads
Wrecker Service at All HoursBVERGLADES GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
RAMBLINGS.:0 may be less, but they'll get paid

A Chicago man unearthed a "de- for what they do haul. The amountof "" '"'" "'::--J-:: "" "'-.. ."... :J.""' .... .=-r'-_;"" ."" RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES

partment store code" which prevailed fruit, handled bv- the co-ons- and I

away back in 1858. Here are independents may be less, but they'll

some of the requirements: I The Everglades section is busy get their cut on what they do han- :.:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:.:, :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..
taking it on the chin these days.

showcases"Store must dusted be; swept lamps; base trimmed and, I I The freeze did us considerable damage dle.loss,The is the only grower one really, the poor thrown fellow fora ::: ::: .:..RN1. .:..:NNNNNMN. . :N-N. .N. .1..1.1..:..:--:..:....1...

filled and chimneys cleaned; pens and much of it wasn't displayed who plowed and fertilized ,and spray- :: ::
; made; doors and windows opened, for a few days, but everyone (Continued on page 5) ::i:: FUKBJKAL :: New and Used

: a pail of water, also a bucket of coal, keeps smiling. _

,. brought in before breakfast (if there the Say world what can you come please back, no any section quicker in- ''I ::;:: BOM: M"R!, ..:...I FURNITURE:

is time to do so and attend to customers I IA x
t.. I or more gracefully than the Ev- IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .: :
who call).
I I I :=!: Licensed Funeral Directors !
Instead of
erglades. calculating just TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF <
r' "The employe who is in the habit :
r.. of snioking Spanish cigars, being how much was lost on each acre of FLORIDA -IX AXD FOR HEXDRY :!: and Embalmers :|j: BELLE GLADE is
this. that and the other, most of the COUNTY ?
J:: shaved at the barber shop, going to :
:'" dances and other places of amuse- farmers are busy figuring just when IN CHAXCERY. :i: Ambulance Service. :X_: i FURNITURE COMPANY !

}- ment will surely give his employer the crop already replanted will be -- +

reason to be suspicious of his integrity ready for market. CENTRAL FARMERS' ) ::y: CLEWISTON, PHONE '328 >J: ::: :i:
TRUST COMPANY
" And with holding their ) *Florida
everyone
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and honesty.
: "Each breaths over the possible damageto a corporation, as Trustee,. ) :: PAHOKEE: PHONE 2301 :4:: :;: :
.. : employe must pay not less Plaintiff, ) '.' ..
', than $5 to the church and sugar cane, the sugar house continues :: :: ::
. .{' : per year to grind efficiently and on v. ) .:N...:M:N.N:NN:N:N:N:N.N:N:N:.:N:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:H.. . . ... . :.
:: must attend Sunday School regularly. I THE SOUTHERN ) NNNN:NN:NII:N:NN:NNNN: :NNM:NNNN:Nij. :
of this week set all time I.
Tuesday an
.:: Men employes are given one ev-
i record, grinding 4646 tons of -- =
";:, ening a week for courtship and two cane

, if they ,go to prayer meeting. during. twenty-four hour period. L. .
Old Santa Claus will find all

S: -' mostly store. After leisure in 14 reading.hours hours" of should work be in spent the very region much will on the look job more, and familiar maybethe us .: l A F" 0" RA L. E ::. :"i::. '

to him in its rather naked
What would store owners and present yi

clerks think of, such regulations in condition that when it is resplendentwith : and :i: *" Attractive Clewiston Home. Small Cash Payment :;: :i:
poinsettias, bouganvillea
,the NRA code of today? -Tampa .:. .. .%. .:.
Tribune. other flowering' shrubs. y X

A trip clear around Lake Okee-: 'i' : .+ :::
chobee revealed much damage to
HELPING BOYS X +
crops, and to flowers and trees. The : + :(

"No man stands sow straight as strip between Pahokee and 'Canal! I i3. I'I' ..%.. .:..

when he stoops to help a boy." Point seem to have suffered least, + xI

With so many million of men out poinsettias are as lovely as ever and -S

of work it is such an easy matter palms entirely uninjured-even the .. .'. .%. .:.
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to become careless and pay no at- marigolds and other annuals that I ..1"' ".:... '' ..:..
tention to boys. Men die doubly busy were in bloom were untouched. y: y: :

with the affairs of business and try- Christmas festivities are upon us. x + X

ing to figure out how they can live There was a Christmas program at + i

up to their codes. Worrying details I Kiwanis meeting Wednesday night; y y ? y y

occupy one's mind. Yet, all about us, a Christmas program and play at ::: .... ::: .+

are boys who need help.--the help the school building Thursday night, ':.. .:. .'. :. .PJ:6lf.
.- that comes from encouraging words; school closes for the holidays this .;. .:. ... ::: 1

}_;; a helping hand a little boost. All afternoon; tomorrow and Sunday y: y

':; these helpful things take just, a minute i we'll all gather in our Christmas y y

;.r" of any man's time-and yet they i trees and decorate them. Sunday evening :: y y

mean so much to a boy. and Monday morning the Gar- y

It does not take long for a boy den Club judges will judge the out- .z':. .t. .. .:.
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-i to grow and develop into a man. It door trees and the doorways, Mon-I \ .} ;

r may; be that what we say today day "night the Community Christmas vy y : ?

will have a big influence on what tree will have a visit from Santa ..yy. .. .:. .?'.
kind of a man he will be. Are we Claus, who will then put in the rest % % % +
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doing the thing that will help the ojf the night seeing that no one is % z : ".'

boy? Jnst a cordial word of greeting overlooked. vy.. .yI. .:.
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in the morning as the boy is on his Christmas Day we'll have our '.-' y
way to school will frequently give turkey dinners, and spend the rest I.H ; : ;: y:

the lad just the needed encourage- of the week recuperating.And k y

('' ment for that particular day. Do we so, until we return ,next weekto y y ?

do that? Can we truthfully say that say Happy New Year, remember Ht :

r we have been the means and channel our wish for you and all our friendsis y:

Y by which a boy gets inspiration to : :

/ do better things.. "The Happiest Christmas Ever;" yy.. y
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f';: boys There work Is. without so much ever we can having do in to :Friends of Mrs. Jane Laurenson :: :%: Pay The Balance Like Rent :u i: *.;

k ;". take any time to do it. Most men regret to learn that her illness. with .:. ':

are willing to do this if they realized which she has suffered for the past :::: :;: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :;: :;: ,t1

how easily it can be done. few weeks has become so critical :: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :: :;:
t. "No man stands so straight as that she was taken to the Good Sam-

, .., when he stoops to help a boy."- aritan hospital in West Palm Beach

; ,..'. Times-Herald, Alliance, Neb. Wednesday the Everglades in an Funeral ambulance Home from, n?' Clewiston Home Building Association v BAli I; ;_ :

,:' Mr. and Mrs Victor Emanual and
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children and Mrs. Elmer Kranz apentTuesday pam Berry was a business yjsltorlo ( 'z.'.''..z.. PHOXEJ103j .t.: ..:." e.f. >flIiI!: .'
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1034 THE CLEWISTON NEWS 4 PAGE FIVE

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': :":":":":":":":":0-:0-.:":":":":":":":":":":":. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and all factions together and ultimately first
A Manley Making Good layer and rolled in. This fine
: son, Kim, have left for Shellman, benefit the growers or it may stone ,,

::; Personal MentionM. ;:;:: Georgia, where they were called by prove to be just another scrap of voids in serves the larger to fill stone many and make of the a :":)

.!. the critical illness of Mrs. Kolstad's paper, another lost hope. Progress on SurfacingMoore
(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. mother. Years ago the Florida Citrus Exchange I smoother riding surface.Municipal .

_.
H. Crouch made a business was presented as the solu-
trip to Sanford this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Lee announcethe tion of the citrus problem but it ( Haven Democrat) League

birth of a daughter Sunday, December hasn't been. Then along came the
!>> 16th at the Belle Glade hos- Clearinghouse but jt likewise failedto The work of applying the toppingto Approves All-Sales Tax
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson spent State Road 67 on the stretch
pital. Mrs. Lee was before her marriage work. Selfishness, greed and pet-,
Sunday visiting in Fort Myers. from the court house in Moore Haven -
Miss Venice Swago of Belle ty politics went merrily along and:
to State Road 25 at Fred Whld-
Glade. underminded the foundation like
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and Miss den's Service Station has been going Coral Gables. Dec. 19, (FNS-
termites, until the whole thing
Lucile Hampton were shopping in I I forward rapidly thi- week after several The Florida League of Municipalities -
crumBled.But .
t West Palm Beach Saturday. Mrs. F. R. Maxwell is driving to days delay in starting becauseof in session at the Miami Bllt- .
hope springs eternal in the
Gainesville tomorrow for her son, human breast. God grant the agree-I I cool weather. more Hotel last week, 'endorsed an ".',
; Mr. and Mrs. M. W. in all inclusive state sales tax
Bigg were fan Bush and for Richard Bestor to re- ,
ment will work.: The poor grower The surfacing had been completedas
i West Palm Beach on business Sat- I and Ed Ward who will return to I "ilacn] revenue lost through adoptionif /
has been tried even as Job. far north as the shell pit on Tups-
t.:.:; urday. Clewiston for their Christmas vaca- I day and P. M. Duane, superintendent ment.the homestead exemption amend-

tion. I for the Manley Construction
Representative-elect R. Boe and The sales tax resolution was
OPERATION TEST MADE Company, stated that if
i. Mrs. Boe of Moore Haven were business Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and; no more adopted by a 40 to 33 vote after 'a
ON HURRICANE GATE bad breaks
were experienced that
t visitors in Clewiston Tuesday. little daughter, Emma Jane, will i I 'engthy controversy and recom-
tho entire stretch would be completed -
f."' leave tomorrow for a vacation visit I mends the formulation ,of a programof
;,0 Mrs. S. C. Stalls and Mrs. W. C. with relatives. They will be (Continued from page 1) I by Christmas Day.H. taxation on sales without exemp-

':: Nail of Moore Haven were in Clew- panied by Miss Ava Ezelle of accom-I I the time required varied from 6 1-2 M. Sally resident engineer, tions.

,'" ,. iston shopping Monday afternoon. Graceville, Florida, where to 9 minutes on 'the tests. The operator stated Wednesday that if there were The league also recommends that

spend Christmas Day with Dr. must make 19 turns with the no rain or cold weather that it the 1935 Legislature provide the
y;r; Mrs. J. A. McGeehee and Mrs. Ezelle's parents. Later they will visit closing bar to complete one revo- would be likely that the stretch of state railroad commission with suf-

''.- Hansel, McDuffie were business visitors Mrs. Ezelle's relatives In Lump- lution of the cable drum, the ratiois road from Smoak's Corner to Road ficient funds for a state-wide Investigation -

f:.' in Fort Myers Friday. kin, Georgia. 19 to 1 requiring approximately 25 would be opened to traffic some- of telephone rates.

:: i Mrs. Glen Etherton and Mrs. F. R. 100 turns of the closing bar to openor time Friday. This will eliminate the Another resolution requested

If: Maxwell were shopping in Fort My- CARTERREDISHMr. close the gates. detour which has been In use for Governor Sholtz to appoint a joint .
Saturday. 'The hurricane gates were con- the past week over the old Clewistonroad commission of municipal, county

:, ers and Mrs. L. C. Redish announce structed from an adapted German which, though it has been kept and schoool authorities to draft a

t: Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Digges and the marriage of their daughter design which has been used only fairly smooth, has been :very dusty. revenue plan for schools, to be pre-

c children, Josephine and Billy, spent Doris, to Manning Carter. The once before in the United States. This end of the old detour will then sented to the legislature.

f Saturday in Wiest Palm Beach. wedding took place in Moore Haven Two gates on the Illinois river were be used from Three-Mile bridge to B. H. Bridges, city auditor of Tal-

Wednesday and came as a complete built for an adaptation of the same Smoak's Corner, out Park Avenue lahassee, was unanimously elected

Nash Dyers of Fort Myers was a surprise to their wide circle of design which was followed in' the and by the F. B. Mills place. No ar president of the organization for

business visitor in Clewiston Sat- friends here. construction of the Lake Okeechobee rangements have been made as yet 1935. Mr. Bridges has been active
Mr. Carter is I for caring for city traffic while
urday. : employed by the Atlantic hurricane gates. lay- for many years in the League of

. ;-?, : Dredging and Construction The immensity of the gates and ing the surface through town. Municipalities and is well qualifiedto
Mrs. A. A. Munroe and Mr. and company Mr. and Mrs. Carter are the perfection of their design is The road, when finished, will be direct its endeavors during the

Mrs. C. F. Goodman were shopping residing at the home of Mr. and more firmly impressed upon those I as pretty a road as may be found In 1935 legislative year. Daytona Beach
'
in Miami Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Hansel McDuffie. who have seen the process of their the state and In spite of the fact thatit was selected as the next meeting

r. .. operation. Their construction has Is laid on a base of marl and shell place for the league. The session to
Mrs. H. R. Hall, Miss Sue Max- MARY, .BELLE WARREN HAS been a difficult feat of engineeringin instead of the Ocala Limestone or- take place sometime before the

':;. well and ,R. L. Coker were shopping PARTY FOR BIRTHDAY both the concrete and the steel dinarily used In this' type of road, opening of the legislature.The .

in West Palm Beach Saturday. -- work, and the perfection of their operation is expected to prove as serviceable.The meeting was well attendedand

Mrs. E. W. McLeod and Mrs. ,C. is a tribute to the skill of topping is laid in two courses.i best conventionin
described the
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Nebiker and W. Simmons entertained Saturday those in charge of the job. The first course consists of a 'coat as '
the A tele-
the history of league.
son Bobby, were shopping in West night at a lovely birthday party hon- Although none of the four gates ing of asphalt covered with aggre- Newell
read from J. P. ,
,"- Palm Beach Saturday.Mrs. oring Miss Mary Belle Warren on have been officially accepted by the gate, about ninety-five percent of gram executive was secretary of Governor

her fifteenth birthday.The government, all construction work is which Is three-quarter Inch stone. Sholtz, expressing his regrets in be..
W. C. Owen and Mr. and : decorations carried out a color completed and there remains only This is spread well with brooms,
unable to attend the session
.t' Mrs. C. L. Downs were in West Palm : scheme of pink and white. Games the painting with a heavy type of rolled and then another coating of : ing

'Beach on business Saturday. were played and dancing enjoyed by bituminous paint which has been asphalt Is applied about thirty percent '

those in attendance. adopted for such uses by the U. S. heavier than the first course.

i-:' Mrs. Elbert Stewart and Mrs. Milton Refreshments of birthday cake Engineers. Gates at_Canal Point and Then the top layer of stone is IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?

Crouch were business visitors and punch were served to Misses Belle Glade have been painted, andIt spread which is much finer than the

(s-. in West Palm Beach Tuesday. Lilly Merle Wynn. Mar Lily Stone, is now expected that painting of

Emma Laura Bethea, Delia Wood- the other two will be
Mrs. Joe Schroeder and infant son ham, Zelda Smith, Ethel Willis, Doris within a month.Skyscraper. completed .I.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":..:":":":":":":":":":":":":0j -.:":":":":":":":":":":":.

F ? t are spending the holidays In Stuart Reddish, Lucille Padgett, Annie P

with Mrs. Schroeder's parents, Mr. Mathis, Mrs. H. B. Townsend, Mrs.

and Mrs. H. J. Johnson. ,I Vivian Smith, Mrs. Adrian Wynn, To Be j Sugarland

Mrs. Joe Crouch, Mrs. N., C. Smith,
r; -: Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Boe Warren, Roy Waldron, Bob '
Built in MiamiMiami
t i' daughter, Mary Louise. and Mrs. j
Waldron, Marvin Waldron, Bennett Service Station s'

R. A.. Ballard were shopping in Edwards, George Eastridge. Ulser i.. ..

Wtest Palm Beach Saturday. Mathis, C. J. Hinkle, Mark White- December 19, (FNS-

-- hurst, R. J. Lee, John Tucker, Joe Concrete evidence of Florida's returning -
: ; Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman, and Cato, N. C., Smith and Bill Simmons. to prosperity is demonstrated -
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Whiddon were Sales Service I Iy'
with the announcement by a firm i
visitors in West Palm Beach Sat- f8
urday. CARD OF THANKS of million Jacksonville dollar skyscraper architects that will a two be

erected in Miami by the Florida Na- &
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We wish to thank Clewiston
Mrs. our
G. H. Small left Saturday ,
-f for Atlanta where she was called by : friends for their many kindnesses tional Bank Building corporation, a :!.:: COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR SERVICE :
of
subsidiary the duPont Interest, .
the sudden death of her father, Leo I and beautiful expressions of sym- .:.
I controlled by Alfred I. duPont,
pathy extended in the loss .. Greasing Washing PolishingA
Frisch, Friday. of our chairman of the board of the Florida ; -:- -:-
father and husband:

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Mrs. Leo Frisch I National The new Bank.structure, which will be i trial will convince you that our Repair Department 1

;'. Z. G. Meredith and Mrs. George S. Kahn
daughter, Pat-
ricia, were Monday visitors In West Miss Lila Frisch started early In the year, will be 15 :!: is among the best. ;
stories high and boast a two-story
Palm Beach. Mrs. G. H. Small t
penthouse above. The building, will _
Mrs. Allen Cullen :,: Glenn Etherton, Prop. :
house the Miami Florida Bank and .. ..
Mr. 'and Mrs. M. and Mrs. Clara RandmanMrs. :
Ironmonger Trust company. Plans call for banking ::: Sugarland Highway Clewiston :::
Gertrude Jacobs
Clark will leave
son, tomorrow for
fixtures and furnishings of mod- fy
Jacksonville to spend Christmaswith Mrs. Joe Brinkley
relatives. Harry Frisch ern design and will occupy the largest ':..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..y:.
floor space of any bank in the
Jesse M. Frisch.
state.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collins !

the week-end in Boca Grande spent as I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY: This will be the first skyscraper II...NN.. ......NNNNNM.. .. .. .. .. ..N.......,..NNNwN. ..NN.. .M......N... ...N......NN.. .NN. ..............................NNNNM. ................
to' be constructed in Florida in eight -
of Mr. Mrs. ,
guests and Joseph Spa- i years. Announcement of the plans -
: daro. (Continued from page 4)) t I ..
for the erection of the building is y
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ed and raised the crop. considered by realty dealers as an % I
j: Mrs. Elmer Kranz and Mrs. Clyde This year a good percentage of indication that real estate In Flor- :

Egley visited friends in Moore Haven his loss can be charged up as "an ida is the choice investment of II i ijj

Eastern, Wednesday Star tea and and attended bazaar. an have act of screamed God". Newspaper the 'tragic results headlines of nanciers and business leaders. U-1 I ClEWISTON 60LF ?

t.he"recent cold wave in box car let- -
Mrs. Wallace B. Simpson of Atlanta ters. The loss THE COMMUNITY CHURCH jj
is from 40 to 60 per i iy
will arrive tomorrow for a twoweeks' cent Sunday, December 23, 1934 : COURSE<
they say. The worse loss :: _.
visit with her son, Willard ers have had to face in grow-I .. I ..
Simpson and Mrs. Simpson. years.It 9:45 a. m. Sunday School. X%

seems that when the weather I 7:30 p. m. Christmas Exercises by .:. ..: .%.
;, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dotterer does it It's the Sunday School. Program as .%. I ..
news. When greed selfishness .s. ..
,\ are leaving tomorrow for Charleston -! and stupidity do it, that'sto follows: .. :' -- .:.

1"\::- S. C., to spend the holidays be expected and we take it as a Hymn, "0, Come All Ye Faithful". .... J I I .':..

/ with Mr. Dotterer's parents, Mr. and I normal condition. Every year Prayer. .j.:' .::.
Mrs. Thomas Dotteier. Hymn, "0 Little Town of Beth-
: freeze I
I or no freeze, a good percentage -
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of Florida's citrus crop is lost, I lehem.
Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs. at least it brings no profit to the Scripture Reading.

Rackstraw accompanied by Mrs.i growers. That tremendous loss occurs Selection by the Choir. III I I.s.
t?: George A. Yon of South Bay were I over a period of months and Remarks by the Pastor. Open to the Public

shopping in West Palm Beach Sat- I no one pays any attention to' it. Christmas Offering-Selection by

: urday. Most every grower, at one time or I the Choir.

another, has produced a splendidcrop I Duet: Peggy Lawler and Nancy .. -- -.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Williamsand Wright. s 'i.
of fruit only to have it net hima :::
their niece, Miss Inez Jones are gob of red ink and a freight bill Recitation: Mary Moon. :: I

spending the Christmas holidays on top of that.' This wiping out of a Hymn, "Hark the Herald Angels ). ..
with relatives in :.
Jacksonville and Sing.
large part
of our crop at one fall b
Lake City.Among sweep is a sad blow to those grow- Tableau: Children of the Sunday ,,:. .s.

-- ers whose fruit was frozen, but any- School. f
the shoppers from Clew- how they won't get a freight bill Christmas Carols. y y

iston In West Palm Beach Satur-! for it. They won't have to go on hop- Santa Claus. :: Moderate Green Fees' ::

day were Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. I ing and counting on a nice return The public is welcome to attend ,':. .s.

W. Prewitt, Mrs. H. A. Bestor and' only to find in the end that they get I the service. :: Exceptional Fairways i ::
Miss Mae Drew.
nothing. At least they know where
I they are. I I ::: Interesting Greens. :::

Mrs. M. T. Cogley left \\'odnesday -I The fruit that remains, and there I ::s: :(
: for her home In Laredo, Texas, is still a lot of It, will probably bring FOR RENT-At Pahokee, ground .f_
after a week's visit with her granddaughter good prices. Maybe the new marketIng floor apartment of three rooms :,s. ,

Mrs, W, H, M.IUB find and tub bath.-Howard. i pt
agreement signed last weal}k by Qharp 1I
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THE GLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1934

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Scraps Tailored Frock 1


OUR COMIC SECTIONFINNEY 0f 4 for Pattern Little 2011 Lady"


This Is the type of simple but j
smart dress which any little girl
would love. Almost every detail that- "
OF THE FORCE O By By Ted: O'Loughonin. The Pay-Off goes Into the making of a well-bred
little girl's dress is to be found here.
The double collar is "just right," the
WHO ME ? GET WELL-LOTS o' long, slightly full sleeves, with their
? 1 -l NO IIJDEEp6URRLS PO IT- JUST IN TIME narrow cuffs are very practical for
MARRIED No GiVE UP ME: Qt HAD A GOOD cool weather, or if you prefer, the

SHOULD SA'( IWPERFENDENCE? foB AFORE: 01 f The aerodrome was crowded with frock may be made with little puffed
'--r NOT] GOT MARRIED AN spectators who had come to witnessthe short sleeves such as all girls adore.
-AI. effect Is carried out
finish of the air Great The! tailored
l GIVE big race.
--- ,,: 01 IT ilpll! J was their astonishment when the very well by means! of the closed

: ':.' r winning aeroplane landed and an un pleats miming all the way from the
:
I known airman stepped out. cunning half-yoke and opening near
"Wonderful Wonderful !" said an
official, coming forward to greet him.
"You've broken the record for the
N
G race. How did you do it?"
The airman wiped his perspiringbrow.

.
"To tell you the truth," he modestly -

explained, "I think luck had a lot ,-
to do with it. I didn't find out until -.r
I five minutes ago how to stop the en- J
gine. Answers.
/ .1

1 1YA ,
Sweeping 1A
Full of enthusiasm, she had gone
DID ? YA ) YtS-OI BET in for politics and was out of the 4 \ / ,I'.'Ll

NAP A C oo .'(ez POM'T VJO-ANP I BETA1' house most of the day. The other
she returned at nine o'clock
SOB ? night
? KNOW VWUT '
YoU pIDM'TEITHER.: and sank Into an armchair.

/ 01 \NUL GET'CcJ 7NOW "Everything's grand she said."We're r ...
// .'!! going to sweep the country." 1 ,
i WHIN 01 1 = i Her husband looked around wearily :--= I

MARRIEDTHE and said : "Why not start with 1.
the dining room?"

4( ,
Shipshape"Are
1\ ;you going to assist In steer- I
Ing the ship of state?" \
"I'll be ready to give a hand, If : .: : ,

requested," said Senator Sorghum, .
"but;.all the ship of state seems to
II \1 desire from me at present Is to refrain -
0 k \ from attempts at back-seat

drh ing."

'
m W.it.ra N.wapsp.rU oa \ Hasn't Paid Yet
.Neighbor-How is that new in-
cubator doing which you bought?
Mrs. Newbride-I suppose it's all

FEATHERHEADS W By Urn O Niwiptptr borneO Unlo. All Wet right, but I'm a little worried about
It. It. hasn't laid a single egg yet. -

LISTEN to IT'S A STEADY \ BET THAT I FIT POE- TWO OF A KIND a o

THAT RAIN owNPoURT\ WILL KEEPT\ WILL -

UP ALL NIGHT MAKE THINGS

.- VERY WET r- 2041s -

7/i the hem. Notice.the belt, tying In a
bow In the back! And a word to
mothers-it's very simple to make!
( g't Pattern 2041 Is available only In

( sizes 4, G, 8, 10, and 12. Size 10
takes 3% yards 3G inch fabric and ,,-
% yard contrasting. Illustrated
step-by-step sewing instructions in- "
"ar
Y cluded. _
) \ ari Send FIFTEEN CENTS (We) in
coins or stamps (coins preferred)
for this pattern. Write plainly name,
/ 3 address and style number. Be SURE
TO STATE size. '
Address orders to Sewing Circle
.
"G'mornIng1ary\ You look as Pattern Department, 213 West Seventeenth -' ..
'
fresh as they make 'em this fine Street, New York City :: ; .
Avf COME ONE
\T REMINDS ME: ,;

11 OF> THE FIRST NIGHT t? FANNY--- day."And you act that way." '0':

WE MET- REMEMBER / KNOW 1 DIDNj SEEKING TO STARTLE '_:.

MEAN A Respectful Skeptic"Do '
/:>
you believe George Washington "Have you any new Idea concerning ..
,
::;
always told the uncompromisingtruth an unbalanced budget?
?" "Yes," answered Senator Sorghum. :;t'J'
"No, sir," answered Senator Sor- "What people like now Is something '.-' .
,
< ::
D ghum, with emphasis. "To hold suchan strictly original.
opinion would be to cast asper- "Have you such a suggestion ;' :.\
sion on his indisputable attainmentsas "I have-if some, radical hasn't :'\' /'. :
a statesman and a diplomat. beat me to it. In order to avoid budget ;' Jr.
o trouble I'm going to make a :. 'i
"(EAH- Q Regulation"Has speech demanding that all budgets ;):f;'

e ROTTEN J Crimson Speed Gulch any speed be immediately" and entirely abolished ; .: '.-

'::."
NIGHT- regulations? ,
z "Yes," answered Cactus Joe. -
i sN'T IT
1 1m "When a suspicious stranger looms Reminder
up we warn him to keep goin and "So you enjoy talking over the '
get out of town as fast as possible." radio?" y
"Very much," answered SenatorSorghum. P
.::: Wwlurn Nsw.pspur IIalon --r
% Personal Viewpoint "I have a positive affection -
1-,. for a microphone. It's appear-
"What are ;you going to do about
{': He's Well Red PIFFLE! HonorableA the: coming election?" ance reminds ,me of earlier oratory, ,..\-

. i "Have you read 'Freckles,' Mr. kindly old lady, meeting a beggar, "Not much I'm afraid," said Sen as It suggests the facial expression"
_" Johnson?" offered him a penny. The beggar eyedIt ator Sorghum. "The question In my of some of my dumbest listeners.

". ."No, ma'am," he stammered, blush disdainfully. mind Is what the coming election Is ..
_ Ing; "mine are the brown kind.." "Ma'am," he began, "did ye read in going to do about me." Evolution Two Ways ,': "
t... de papers about a beggar what died "Do you believe in evolution?" CX.:
At Sea? I and left : 50,000 to a lady who'd given Consideration "Forward and backward," an- :: .;k
.,;- Neighbor-Well, and is your son getting .1gKT > f him a shilling?" "Has your horse, a good disposition swered Senator Sorghum, "although ;":;>.:.__'
b.: well grounded 'in school?' I sI seem to remember something ,ol I'll never believe it's as easy to ::',
Father-Well grounded? Wily, he's the sort," replied the old lady "but-" "Yep," answered Farmer Corntossel. make a man out of a monkey aa It "fh..
' etually stranded. "Well, that fellow was me brother. "But he wouldn't have If I Is for a man to make a monkey out '.ryA .
.
) That's de kind of family we are!I" worried him as much as he does me." of himself." iit .
I -t (
AFFECTIONATE "How romantic to be making love on :
,
I HARD STUDY"I ":.(
.
this wedding ring. \(- :<

t: Intellectual ':
Arrogance"Do .it
'
want Josh to -rq'4" -,'
you your boy r
:
study the classics?" r 'f 1\ "

"I'm not particular," answered Farmer (f/ ,
o
Corntossel. "Maybe it'd be a little SY
o more cheerful for the family If there
0 were a few things left that Josh
couldn't pretend he knew all about.
L.

Wonders of Travel

"Do you mean to say that your fa. Castle Guide-ThIs !Is the moat. Has suppose football broke down yom
ther-in-law Invited you to visit him?" anyone question? son?" ,
h .
"Same thing. When I suggested It Tourist-You can't make me believe "No, Indeed, the doctor said what
over the telephone he told me to come that, feller. How could you .get a gave ,him nervous prostration was try.
If I dared." thing like that In your eye? ing to get his lessons between games.'







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..". r,. I forgot to bring any.
YOU ever win anything in 'FELI01A' your Uncle Hurry I". Briefly Told *

.. "D those contests you are nlwajs kt k3s b"4 I mother and daugh Affection can withstand very severe

entenng?" Muriel Wilson N S : i 'f7 ter-half '- rough-high:school were in storms of vigor but not a long

queued of her sister Agnes, who 5 a huddle In the pantry, with the kid frost of Indifference.-Sir Walter

1 I was home for the holidays, as they sat brother Ripley ("Rip" for short) hovering -

-'. on the bed doing up last minute( family curiously beyond the door.

gifts Christmas eve. "He won't care Dad:' The pretty ScottMercofizedWax

"Not yet'; Agnes laughed. 'But by s--- brunette girl relieved her father of his

',; the law of averages I should win, .- bundles. "With his radlq act going

,' sometimes." .N over In a. big way he can buy anything
..
"Soon, I'd say," Muriel said grimly. he likes I hope he remembers a wrIstwatch

"You've been entering contests of one with<:a little diamond is nicer

... kind and another ever since we were 5' ::,:? than-:a wristwatch with none."

} : Infants and mother entered you In a 4 < "Whatever-he' gives you, Felicia, act

prettiest baby contest as If it's what you want most" her
mother warned. "Horrigan would rather -
, "Tint's where I began my losing If
be appreciated than else
anything
/ I'd won then I'd probably have kept on
read 1M In the world. lIe knows I like pretty
winning like these people we '
negligees. I let him know how I
en-
'
about who live on what they make Joy his presents." 7eeps Skin Young :

from contests." Absorb blemishes end discoloration ,
using
. ,
' "I was trying to land that contract Mercolized] Wax daily as directed. Invisible .,
"PhooeIurlel! scoffed. "What with Davidson," the father explained particles of aged skin are freed and all .,
"', makes you do It, anyway?" r defects: such as blackheads tan.freckles and
"and I spent most of the with .
} .x% evening largo pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully
"Just my love of adventure. I'm I him at the McAlpin. When I left there clear velvety and so soft-face looks 'j l
1k'L years younger. Mercolized W X brings out '
really a born gambler-in a discreet was barely an hour to shop. I didn't your bidden beauty.At all leauing druggists.

iiiI1 way, of course. That's why I write 'dare take a late train, knowing we still i Powdered Saxolite i ,I
for my living, just to .see if my brain had to decor te." I Reduces wrinkles and other age-signs. SimI "

(4: > children will find a place or come back Fi "Did you get the new ornaments?" I ply witch dissolve hazel one and ounce use daily Saxolite as face in half-pint lotion. J II

t,_': home to me." Mother. was pulling at a knobby pack-

'f "Was it jour love of adventure, or age.

: .... gambling splut, ,whatever you call "Here, don't bother that. It's this Otherwise!
< '. It that made you turn down Harold one." Father tried to take off ,his muffler Gossip will stick to the truth If It

',. .',.' Ryan three years ago when hp came while watching the parcels, with Is exciting enough. .

t : home from college with his cousin Fred pight-jear Rip calling, "Aren't you
,
....
t: : to spend the holidays? Now, why did even going to say 'Hello,' Dad?"

:'i""._': you do that, Agnes? He was everythIng I "Sure, son I I was helping Santa

':AS _' anyone would want in a husband with his pack, that's all" l''
i 9 e
'c.;:"::". : -looks, family money, and aren't we Aunt Martha's A Christmas "Santa, hmph 1 Did you get my bIeyle "
:: ,' always told that marriage Is the great ?"

: J?<5." adventure?" ChristmasBy IntroductionBy "We'll see !IYe'll see!I" As he went

:: 'T'- "Majbe it is an adventure but what upstairs, trailed by boyish impatience,

i.'" sort of'a gamble is It to marry a man Florence Harris Wells the' words floated back, "I simply'for-
" .f' i Alice B, Palmer got hurry There'd have been time 1 Ir i
.j... i I
;. who already has e\erything No I I I"d-" sir

. :-.:.:.' preferred to gamble with my own "Felicia can" go to the haberdasher's

; ,.t': career." <71 right here" his wife! solved the matter (R.dnAJa"rhrl)

;,. :< "And now that you'\e made a success KillWlis: ::: of the long ago .71'Lit AiANLDY, the mal ., "The Important thing Is to get Figaro u fir superior to old smoke house.

.k ; '. where is the gamble in it?" fl kept ringing like sleighbells p carrier, looked at the gay the tree finished and the gifts spread It smoke fleiffrt and protects against loss

ixh:;' Muriel] carefully stuck a:I sprig of holly Q In the ears of dear old Aunt red l letter he was delivering under' It before Hurry comes. lIe al from skipper, rancidness mold, smokehouse

;"' :", In the knot of her red tissue ibbon. p Martha as she sat alone In at the door of Miss Waters' ways admires my tree. Felicia, buy shrinkage,and hardening

\. When Agnes replied it was In a ,i, -- ;,f her favorite window seat by i apartment two days before Regardless of the curing method used-bjafe
}7. t"the side of some old-fashioned Christmas.' Miss Waters had him one gift from your father and mennd -follow with an application of Figarofor .,:
more serious manner:
..; ,. "
one from and brother.
,'- --' geraniums and requested that Peter leave you jour smoke flavor and protection.
r pondered
.:. :: "Since ask me so pointedly, -
: : ; you 'What would Uncle Hurry like,
her mail the table her
the fact of Its on by
being from merchant. If he doesn'tJuye
...; .;-s Muriel dear 1 think perhaps if lIar- mother?" Buy your .
) Christmas eve. door. Peter did so. lie silently adored Figaro send $1,50 for 32 oz.,enoughfor
;'I:S ; old lost his money during the depre I-mm. lie '
L. has everything he needs, .
She looked outside beyond the Icicles the trim, competent little seamstress. 100 Ibs. of meat
'
-t'! sloe, as so many did. and if he were :Iud he never mentions anything he
.. which hung like grim sentinels toward Peter couldn't help but read what
y to present himself now as a man winning wants., Ask' the clerk to suggest some- FREE Booklet
the snow-coated trees and heavy drifts was on letters and this time it was so h eta will
his through his efforts fiei lunplc iroincfoAi
:. way own
thing
.heaped high by the wayside and she surprising Peter fairly gasped ; for .. \ .aibl, yow to ewe the Gna( oat
'iiii'rI might trust myself to adventureR The silver star vas aglow, the last JOQ ."r rood. tnd oe,er lea .
was reminded of the beautiful storyof there in a plain, capable hand were the J 1 .
+ with him Rut I is p- ; along fancy, it too rat Santa ChIllS clinging to a limb, 1
"Snowbound" 'But in that homethere words, "From P. Manley. This was
t. : :" lale He's probably Jound some less F'pliC'ia's purchases had been hastily 1 -
an opportunity Peter was quick to The Figaro; Co.
"
:;':; :: adventurous soul ere this, I and tissue
: lapped in golden green ,
,
seize. lie knocked briskly on the door, Dilly Tcu .
j? Iost likely," Muriel answered, as No response. All was perfectly still when the door burst open admitting

, V-", .' she rose to answer the door bell which within. Peter' hastily drew an arrowon Ilmngan Carter of "Hurry and Ilaste'ladio

;: t '.". had been persistently ringing. "One&s the envelope pointing to the name comedy team His arms were full
: ,.' we're home alon('." 'She" hurried down of' red, green, and holly-papered parcels -
S and wrote "This is my name, and
1' :, the stairs S and behind him came the cheery ,{ge a. A Sturdy and btTllati Wrist
signed It, "Your mall canler. Peter "VatctlComploteontybl.gOpost0 -
<; Five minutes i later she was back hauffeur, his arms full, too agopaid. Cashwithordersaves
: was hopeful it might lead to closer ,, I 12oCUUmoneyorderfco.Choice
irjing vainly 10 reinin iiom any snow ..--...- -' -- -. acquaintance ; just how he had not Drop 'em. James my lad.. Now hurry .r ->of metal centerespansionslavo
*? leather
Z link or genuine strap
of excitement : had been people-people and peo exactly figured out. to that girl of yours and make hay ,.<':i .I Accaratedcpendabletimekecpct.l .
"Some one on business for ple, gentle and boisterous voices while the snow falls Come for me at Tour money bacs'If not perfectly trial)
you, everj- The next morning Peter ascended the satisfied ailor seven day
r
.1' Agnes lIe's the persistent kind, In. where" steps to Miss Waters' apartment, his eleven. Here, don't you need a little BRiCEIN JRWELERS, Blralorhm, AU.

:. sister! he had to see you right now." "This will never do" suddenly spoke hands full of Christmas letters and his extra? It's Christmas." Uncle Hurry

; :: : : Oh. well all right. I'll go down Martha Graham, rousing herself and mind and heart eagerly anticipating put a bill]] in the man's hand and But It Palls

,': and get It over with." Agnes took off trying to shake off the haunting memo some tiling; thoughhe flapped the door shut. Getting acquainted with people 13

:, her smock and departed. ories. "I must prepare for av joyous, didn't know what. "Felicia, what a lovely tree I You very Interesting In early life.

: Muriel heard Agnes' surprised ejac Merry Christmas' Just as If those peo But even Peter was ilwajs have something original, So
ffl' phia. Henry, how's business? And '
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: pIe were really here"With
ulation but it was some time before unprepared for the
:' ..... she was summoned to join the two In a spirit 'of youthfulness be- door of the apart- (looking around) "where's Rip?"

:: the living room below. yond ordinary endurance Aunt Martha ment being flung "Riiipleyl" called Felicia, flinging

;; _'Muiiel Is just dying to congratulate dashed kitchenward, every fibre of her open and the little yt open the dining room door.
being enriched by the Christmas spirit. In the midst of discarded outer
;:) me Agnes gajly greeted her seamstress eagerly STOPPED 'UPNOSTRILS
:; .. younger sister. Behold, sister mine. The next moment she was busily en- con fronting him : wrappings, a red faced small boy was
, t gaged In preparation of all the holiday struggling with tissue and ribbons.
:!: I've actually won in a contest. Yout" "Are you Peter ,
'" delicacies whl"h she thought these ", gee, F'lice. I wanted to tie It
?? see Harold is managing editor now of Manley? due to eotcU
people would like. mjself. Aw, gee Why'd you have to
' "I'm
: the paper that was running this particular sure not anybody .
Soon delicious odors of sizzling go open the door? I spent all the
fb contest When the jugps'ere] else" Peter answered
'b' doughnuts and soft sour milk cookies, money I earned cuttln' lawns last 'f
sort of stuck: ns to which of three people breathlessly. Use Menlholaf
such as only Aunt Martha could make summer and shovelln' snow this week,
the
had won second prize they referred "Were you In the lo help open
in ; 11.n'A, gee It's a fine gift. If I
were evidence. nostrils and permit :
the matter to him and, jerognimig war and. did you
jour _
could it fixed It would] look swell" ,
,
honorable sister's name among the When all was completed, together have a twin brother get freer breaching
with a pitcher of steaming hot choc Uncle Hurry Jumped to close 'the
three, he immN1iately'decider] in her Porter? the little seamstress I
; SS olate, Aunt Martha sat down and real- door. "Go ahead, old fellow. We won't a I
( : favor and camp In person, to deliver tioned. Ques-I u.
ized that there were no people to par look.
It. "
"I sure dId Peter was Gives COM f OUT Dally
i V take of her carefully prepared delica- "It's no use. Everybody's saw. Rip
"But I thought it was for another he managed to stammer that Porter
cies. came toward them with the gift pro-
reason I was to I had been
congratulate you killed in that ,
With a start, she realized that she war. truding from Its wrappings. It was a
Muriel did not try to conceal her dis- I "But he NIP THAT
heard voices, real voices, not visionary wasn't killed, Miss Waters salad bowl with a wooden'mixing
appointment." 5is -- ones, but loud wild shouts com- insisted. "He was Just reported killed. spoon. ;
;: "There Haiold answered promptly He's married to sister It for COLD
f ing from wIthout. She could] scarcelysee my and he'sbee'n "Who's Ripley? mother
'T let Agnes speak first But thp '
through the blinding! snowstorm. trying to find you for years. And asked.
::5T reason I had for bringing Agnes the Now she actually heard footsteps I here you were bringing my mall all "Uncle Hurry !I" CLEANSE INTERNALLY

- prize in person was to sep if I could "It must be true I" thought Aunt the time. I'm going there for Christ Felicia began' to laugh. "What a gift Doctors advise: "The

( win this prize person" Martha as she threw open the door. mas tomoirow You roust go, too, for Uncle Hurry Why, Rip you give cold serfs ineatspadnalyCLEANSks t

= Just then the door of the room adjoining Sure enough there they were, her Imaginary 'Peter-Mr. Manley. I'll wire them you salad bowls to ladies, not men." INTERNALLY." A cup //

;c" was thrown open and another "Snowbound" people for whom are coming ;" then she blushed crim- Rip looked disconsolate. "lie said lieve of Garfield constipation Tea will, help re

overcoated young man, appeared This she had been preparing the Yuletide son, The little seamstress had allowed. he wanted It. We were passing that break tho cold's hold Rf
; f
y time It was Agnes; turn. to'show astonIshment feast. her enthusiasm to run away with her shop where they sell old things and he the Incidentally system,cleans Increases our ;4Alek'syr Sq

: 'Twas the Joyous carol singers. They for once. But Peter was equal to the said-you did Uncle Hurry you said, your resistance-At c+e of roddrugstores25c&IOc.

"Of all things Pied i Ujati""! Have had become lost in the snowstorm and occasion : .' 'Jove what a quaint salad bowl I'd k+asCO
' you been there all the time?" were almost frozen. "I'd be glad to take you In my car like that.' .r

'Suie thing I came with Harold, a M3ome [Inl I Come In I" cried dear old if jou'll)'] go Miss Waters "Of course 1 did Next day when I ill

sort of moral support. You see, Muriel Aunt Martha. And, Miss Waters, who really was went to buy it for my kitchenette they

and I'' have our wedding all planned. Then followed'such a Christmas welcome very careful other pennies, murmured : said It had been put aside for some

Let's make it a double one I" and greeting as they had never "That would be fine." one., It's great to get It this way I" I PARKER'SHAIR

i, To which bright Idea they all Joy received before Aunt Martha their All the rest of his route Peter kept "I guess even Santa Claus would BALSAM

S 55: fully agreed, hugging one another and .hostess, sat at, the head of the table saying to himself: rather what he wanted was given to a Removes Dandralf-Stop.Em Falling!

shouting "Merry: Christmas!l" smiling and beaming, passing her "Two brothers married two sisters him than to buy It for himself," wild Beauty Impart to Gray Color and Faded and Hair

<1:>, Western Newspaper.Union Christmas goodies and pouring out the and they all were together first on Rip wisely. I COc Chem and SI VVk.00!at_. DraftKuU.OK e.,N.Y.
steaming hot chocolate. She Christmas day" and Western Newspaper Union,
secretly every one that FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use toonncction
5- 5 sti rejoiced as she accepted the carol met Peter that day was 'hailed with with Parker's HairBalsarnMnkes the
hair soft and floflfy.60 cents by mail or at dmpr
singers as an answer to her loving such a' ''Merry Christmas" as Peter riata.Hiscox Chemical Works Patchogue.N.Y.THE .

thought of service on Christmas eve. had never shouted at them before
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W sible way. 6 2P our service and our usefulness: in the future. Let $ that the New Year may bring you health,. success d .
J 0 ij us wish for you all that you would wish for your- ft and happiness.
p Mayall your anticipations be realized, with 9'to"! and more. May the New Year hold many blessings Q9
the result that you' will be richer and happierat happy events and joys for each of you. 15 */ We thank you for your business during 1934.

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season's most cordial greetings a Merry, Ii it bells are ringing, we would like to ring a bell IS
done much to make this past year worthwhile and
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wishes with the sincere hope that the coming year nt May your Christmas be pleasant:: one ands iI
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why we'enjoy the: daily routine 'of cur business. It Zow 1? Py ? gay season, and strive with renewed efforts to 4?
.. is a Joy and a pleasure to be able to- thank you for h r You have given us during: the past year a & make every transaction of the New Year just as jirf
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