The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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System ID: UF00028415:00558
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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,'j11 Not Much. Damage Salesniv \, $''P rq}Wrniq' ; '-On ::' jaunty Schools Receive

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From Frost; Colder At 1 fUil'. Bend J anuarJ{:: ::tr l1tR '. 'ff. 1 Jppropriation

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Weather Is Forecast ..- :; ',_,:. ,:::':. ;-r:: : : W t, aIyfbM:*lhon Fund
1tmes. salesman for Smith The local Kiwanis eltlrhgltlldir] : : '......./ & 1; ; ".:.,..;-. '.
last meeting before the r! hI tina$ '".,;' [}f'.i?':" ;;';'': .'J" ; \
A white frost which fell here l1 and Ccnioy of West holidays Wednesday even! :'andl: ; !jfi;; i!; : gl 1 ';gt''.Hen l J.B county will
Pa drowned SixM'
was near
/- -S I Thursday morning did some damage below Belle Glade Tues- cided to eliminate the nex' 'fi orpg-; rGceiy I'!i ,i ,''t..tr:h, e half-mil.

t L. to young tender beans on the mucky ular meetings one of whiclif.t l1 :"bJj.. Ji9.t(1... d: .. re c.liriSt. )' < chool dls-
? ght about eleven o'clock when r.:!
lands but no apparent damage to d/ : / Christmas night and the bizet.ob.: : :tr t ;t10111,: Mice!9fi lJ,. was re- O
Spparently fell asleep while driv- .
0 crops on the sand in the town ite. ftj'g New Year's. The next meetftv: f. eiveQ,b SIOeaL'.s hodo7 leers today
) otherwise lost control of his .
O Some reports were that English ?car which ran into the canal pinning be Ladies' Night and will be %1 d'h oft.:) ;fq i'...>I.'> ..the' srate..1ioSU"- :., ...' peas were also slightly damaged otf Wednesday night January 8. iftJjAjSpecial :; :': ::::-9 ThAr dish.. bt (Oti> t-'n need by
the muck but it is the consensus of him under three feet of water. ':. ,,, program is being ar ang*| ; .: hplttili':' k ht t1 ller J. M. 0'

opinion that the frost.: of the f &t The body wag r eov e f.e<1 frlop; t: : ray. Ladies' Night! no'v r l .V f9fi--StateJ: S\ip.ij t r', dent W. S.

I of the month did most:of the damage wreckage early j1LYtesX P4 ;,{, g ,Wj {; t..1o miss; Special enter Jra .. l.z' :: !+ Iyesterday,

and that there was little' effect (orn and taken to,VelPpalm. Ba c1, vtt >. .( at -r f:8e.turSi.Jfrom: Fort $y- ..briuttotl.state\ : for schools

the latest frost. No report ofj i.r>Veirir Tuneral service' ''were held "'ThursdJLYJ'Mr. :'.of -"i4d'' t ji eiiln v o!1 of new }r. :t1xf :;;tey
perature low has been received$.fleVebut JameS'. 'territory:, did not incrltid'eClew fleers will.J1 fl :' :,' 1', mbjrhai F .Qiibffl tetate aid given
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the Experimental Station |d t :: 3elle tpit,A. tt age, bey"th' } .do.f At the
Glade recorded a 4),ra'llii'w, ; : { cad rltorx, :: ,. Vtartetj.f-0): | )E'( : P mmllnr; :'Itt.KiiH {cq1? .8 93.9.1.

Moore Haven had a temperare lo .. .,. -'siJ'N .v. .......... 3= J1.d :e4 .al..... .ecia1; : : . 1j << distribu.
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Weather reports ; :>'t ;;{Gr -.., f fi' \:; ,.' .,. ngs\ J;. rtaiijQ' 0 represented
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there will be frost ,in tlsoutlei.) ; OJ \ "" '
most end of Florida tonight i(.>> ife Cla ,$ gr of the firm..' {f .G"vis; affeiw9tn; : Clew1tt ;t ..C%f :(' fJ. fl\1 n Vehicle the admin-
'fit hft Deifrom
biospectYZZof of B1t ttlr g; Inc., New ; City and / sto'eft /t } "Afbb.
wind subsides with YprX U: vas named vaaV3ttrgei r"
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colder weather Saturday. Ob' s Pre(4J( ji t,9f the U. SxS jfgar Corpor= 'hOf.A' I ,in the (Ile.n 4 t.l1 i ;"' Companyattend > -,"C, ,ep 4-'EiM; : )1.0 the :
oy 21t1tgS;@i } which lattercollections
state that theie is a posslbilif chat, ation1)!as there'f JtS iBf and Satur- "has'.. g.s t Eb' a meet- : } 4Ii. t'

the month will set a recorcf-ffgr! ; r protracted day of i'l 1a :t. "' ':.tour, of Inspection Jf! :f ,5 '.rf board of direct- reps"ens rs DtW;;1E ji 's direction and under -

cold weather for ns? ctlon. ''If: r ..,.. W(\..'$I .. ". j;.!,).!..' tt. .r.. .) V;,"' .", 'nt:to 3 governmental ex- .
Meanwhile vegetab IS)!ijT rn nts {...... .......1 ... .' ,'. ,/ ,:.,',"_ econ :
penditur 'an 250,000 from thesale.'Dt'ibti.
continue but at a mucifi\9wer rate "

"T' -" _....... since disastrous fro&'ipgarly in. the BOARD- / OF 'P"DJ S TC> INSTRUCTION; -The,4Ith dt liS.in line with the _
month. A good'number of""lans and!
Ift. f a peas have been shipped from this...vi- I HQIiDS REGULAR,, MINT ; NT V MEETING pUbl1Cll<,; tress o''j.,olicies of Gov-

cinity within the past weeks snct > I rr.rJv.h t I.J '..,\.r.. ,.. ernor .;;S ''olt aft?!.Comptroller Leethateve'r'
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some tomatoes. 'veti .I i. t{ 1\
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,-- on northern mark t :?1,'..,, t'i:]-) The lft : i' : ? n.fpLr the'sovernmentes v uu vu v direct -M, making avail-

fiG V-,::, J.f; /:1 f ,:1 t i Insu; 'I'-.( /JL"'N'IfU t; re>,gtj, j itti@r, r ng',>:;s -\ of teachers. able a mjni um, p r;!",$ ,000,000 of
\) 13 ; ;" X 'N'r '..' t'J .t. WY: rTt l' i/t'4')J' '. state aid"\fqr! the 5e oli!- this year
14f' .. monthly' tluxtng-d nionthsF the term '
Cantata g a \\r:30 W'MsttWf. : : and.iQ,5. : -D, fOOO if tau. lp::1y ossiblerTh
fJP'iI.!. r ..1.Jlt night in f e {ill ae& 'erBI ee.'longesr. than six + '
llt 'f .
'. '.."" / f.uld.notMr \};g! !.h9bls receil o.,1 $5. : .67.924
pte: Sunday I present. t. V,. 'Xf. i NOne ./ months., Ctfe t'afypropriation has alie' -! stat"4"last term.r 'i.t ).. \
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f;;;-. ...ftA of the main.'.t.1)\ics of discossion ::., dY been' made: by the state and I I '\;:' f.,.i' : f'lf o\ 'r'!It

b chorUjl//:f' 25 voices which includes was the length'x>'(. .Ime to be at:augmented by the general county. ?(Iasons AnfI 1! \ '

the Csfmmunity Church choir lowed for Christmas%. 'olidays. MQ-. -,f fund a total of about $1,300 was ) .
has been tli cticing for the past two. r Elect New ; ersk&ffi
tion was made and carried tliat j ijeceived and paid on note for $7- l

months onA'h'e cantata "The World's school be dismissed from Decemb'e. 000 borrowed from the bank to payteachers' pf- .
True Llght';;which will be presented salaries.. Another $1- 'n !
20 to January 6, a total of seventeen (Moore'Haven De c'f
next Sjt&J&y} night December 22, days. t 300 was received this week from the, fit '
at eight p;j'ciock in the High School The matter of length of school state but none of this appropriation The Masons ;elected::-J1fi.j(officersfor
.' the coming year/jlail/jThursday 1
term was discussed but no action may be used to pay teachers'salaries. '
include : Potter,, night in their regulanj5tfe< hng. Tho
aUditorlu.Solois. Magda was taken it being decided to wait Shoufd the total amount be
Robert Smith Frank officers elected were ,'Wf L. Bell-
until after the holidays to see whe- from the state teachers' salary fund
Dennis Marshall amey Worshipful Mash fcf V.. V. Mason -
Wright Small
ther or not any appropriation was the entire amount will be paid on
Yenawjfie, with Mrs. Josephine forthcoming from the Governor he the bank note and if a portion of it Sr. Wardajw-Kert Gox, Jr. War
A and den; S. C. StJtjlefl 1 fecrefiary;. and S. .
the piano. quartet
Knightat having promised recently that the is for the general fund it will go toward -
an octet will each give one selection, J. Yoder Treasurer/l\ C
schools would receive all money necessary the payment of bus contracts
while s'&veral calors sung by the full to operate for full terms. janitor salaries and general expensesso The Eastern Sta s ele&ed the following -

chorus TOM augment the program. Should this money not be availableit Hendry county teachers will pro- for their office Thursday

The p am in full will be found will be necessary to shorten the fit little from the disbursement. Out December 5: Mrs. C. Vor-

page,ee of section two of this I school term. of the money spent at this meetingthe hees Worthy Matron E. Scott

.on Not enough money was received teachers were paid equal am- Worthy- Patron M- P. Moore

last year to keep the schools runningfor ounts after all other expenses had Associate Matron; fif.) Moore Associate -.

I. Members OfQ. I a full term in this county andA been paid. Patron; ,ML$ c. H. Settle
Ex-OfpHo, Secretary MrsB', A. Bales Treasurer -

--- Mrs ce, Conductress

Board. 'Ej. .ye Equal Rightl MRS. LEE GUNN INJURED WHEN and Conductress.;Mrs. ilawr" antzAssociate'

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1ttbr 1'd..sJ. SHOTGUN EXPLODES WHILE HUNTINGpump On Fridayboth December 27,
A form received by the I
meet injoint'installation.
lodges pI -
members of ttmfendr; ,. County Plan- ,

.. ning Board this vfeekurom the state shotgun which exploded while of well-known make. The unused .: .1J ,
board In Tallahassee' seated that in she was hunting ducks Tuesday shells Mr. Gunn Jg0in his S
'. j 'l'1i> ALL fJI
some counties a quesuon. had been caused the loss of the greater partof pocket and they becaipiK mixed at i '

raised as to the rights? nd.} privileged two fingers on the right hand of home with some mo JFOf the same, I ft2RTS OF CITRUS FRUIT -s. .

of the ex officio mem)ejs of the oocident brand he had there J d it was ontt
Mrs. Lee Gunn-r ph occur- Winter Haven Dec. 13 (FNS-
boards and in ins&ncefl heated shells tha.i&u'rsted the' wn
some red in theLal Q"'8e ;,ro5s t Liberty. Point of these .
f' l. disputes had arisen tggficing it "11if : used by Mrs GuAjffjt/Parker d 'uble.b Scientific research into citrus products
fish, M and Mr. Gunn'tirTtfng ,
Jill[ necessary for the state bourne:Ito in- .""i together ;';:.l '', .rrel. The lim.< inger was almost with a view to finding some eco- :-.J
tervene and remind the ouE 1 'f'.I, '" completely J m>wh away and thfWurth nomic use for all parts of the fruit ]IJ
A few days previous t .
ifi' if .
boards that the ex officio me'mb : fin] r was so badly Injured
dent Mr. Gunn accolllJy rJ l :.k'paff y I juice, rind pulp and seeds is carriedon
enjoyed the same rights and privileges :"' that Du'b. M. Draughn was forcedto
of the regular members. Theyare of Miami hunters on.rtf:; laite as amputate the end joint. by the 'department of agriculture'scitrus

named as ex officio members guide. These hunters had purchaseda The fact that four guns were products laboratory and visitors -

because of the office which they already box of shells of a standard high- blown up by the same box of shells at the 1936 Florida Orange

. hold. velocity brand and gave Mr. Gunn Indicates some fault In the manufac- Festival will find.the exhibit and display "
;' ..., F Alto Hires Is the member repre- several of the shells for his gun. ture and Mr. Gunn expects to take of the results of their research .".

:) '. senting the board of county commissioners During the days hunting the shells legal steps to collect damages from I during the past few years one of the

" and M. E. VonMach represents tore up three shotguns two of them the manufacturer of the ammuni- most Interesting'' and educational on

.. the county school board Remington pumps and the other a tion. Glades County Democrat. the Festival grounds ,,

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MOVEMENT ON TO fingerprints' his beneficiaries can FEARLESSLY

News Review of Current ,' not be' forged If these- fingerprintshave .
'. GET FINGERPRINTS: : been placed on file in Wash- Some histories of these United ':::;
AMERICANSThe ington. States. skate right over the }
contro'F' )
Events the World :Over I Thousands l of people today are versial questions like a on "

registering their fingerprints at thin ice
movement to fingerprint every Washington. Those wishing to buildup

American is gathering force, Vera the Civil ,Identification File in

Connolly reports In December Good Washington should write to the Department Beware Coughsfrom

,Farley_ Thinks Midwest Safe for Roosevelt-Sloan,. Urges Housekeeping. of Justice Washington
This author Interviewed bankers for a "personal Identficatlon''
Save Nation-Crisis in card, colds
Industry to common
: \ Insurance' men and lawyers as wellas fill It out with the help ofcjsome local

Europe Is Approaching. \; state and federal authorities, and offIcial and return it to Washington.The .
That OnNo
found fingerprinting generally used government will do the.rest Hang
,today .In banks and commercial busi-
ness firms to protect signatures.The matter how many medicinesyou
W.-P CKAR'D As Blacks Remembered have tried for your cough chess
By Bowery Savings bank, In New cold or bronchial Irritation, you can
Western Newspaper Union. Fork City for Instance, records the They Raised Memorial. get relief now with Creomulsloru
Impression: of the fingertips of every Serious trouble may be brewing and
POSTMASTER GENERAL FARLEY Commerce department Indicated that you cannot afford to take a chanco

capacity of chairman of the retail trade already Is running ,from iepositor."Some banks nre'g ln De.1th"came to two white tradersIn with anything less than Creomul-
I savings
sion, which right to the seat
Democratic national committee. called 5 to 35 per cent higher than a year even further," she writes. "They Africa who had made friends with of the trouble goes to aid nature to

that body to meet Washington January ,ago. have under contemplation, requiring the natives in a certain village. Their soothe and heal the Inflamed membranes
8, when arrange Christmas clubs will pay $312,000- I I all withdrawal : black' bfothera wished to raise to as the germ-laden phlegm
fingerprints on slips.
ments will be made OOO to 7,0QO,000.members.( Much of this them a fitting memorial. They put Is loosened and expelled.
They require a fingerprint on a slip Even If other remedies have
for the convention of ,will Into Christmas trade. stone and carved It-a '
money go up a on
before admitting failed don't be
a person to the safe : discouraged, your
193G and'the place of deposit vaults. This eliminates not whisky: bottle and o. pack: of cards. druggist Is authorized to guarantee
'e3rA that gathering selected. The incident Is recalled Creomulslon and to refund
especially by Rev. your
only the man bent on robbery. but
He tqd] the correspondents EUROPEAN "Dick" Sheppard,, in the Illustrated money if you are not satisfied with
and Premier' Laval
that the the racketeer or crook who wishes'to results Irom the very first bottle
chief bidders for -the France, areexceedingly clever and resourceful use, his box as a hideaway for cash Weekly of India. Get Creomulslon right now. (Adv
but If they are to extricate
convention would be bribes or stolen jewelry.

Philadelphia, Chicago I their nations, from the "Some day undoubtedly, every one ...

St Louis, Kansas City presentthreatening of us, In drawing a check of large
state 0:< affairs they The Choice Millions
and San Francisco denomination, on" a commercial of
will need all their
bank will automatically finger-
and denied the report b. S.. as
j. A. fancy that the first' named smartness. Though decision i print it as now we sign It. This Is a

city already had been decided upon.: as to the .Imposition prophecy made by many thoughtful KG BAKING POWDER
bidder of'an- oil embargo business wouldbe '
He said he thought the highest 4c men. Fingerprinting

would be selected, provided It has ad- against Italy until too<<; much trouble? If used on_ Double Tested Double Action :; '

equate convention hall ,and hotel facilities. was postponed small checks yes. But, would you regard -" ,
,December 12 to give ;yt( a f the simple 'gesture of pressing Manufactured by baking powder Specialists ,-- 4I

Laval a chance to conciliate who make nothing but baking powder :,- '
'Stories that Senator Donahey of your finger against an pad

Ohio or some one else, would be given Mussolini, the ---"".-' and then,on1 top of your signature as under supervision of -expert chemists.

second place on the ticket Instead of duce- refused to make Sir Samuel ,too exhausting: an. ordeal for the absolute ;:-

Garner were laughed at, by Mr. Far any gesture Italians toward Hoare protection It would afford a Same Price Today as 45 Years Ago

ley. He asserted that there, was no peace. were large check?" zs ounces for 250''
authoritatively warned not to mistake .
doubt about the renomination of Gar- That fingerprinting is going to be
;-- ner for vice president. Asked about diplomatic exchanges between their required in the future on all accident > You can also buy
premier and the representatives of
the two-thirds rule, he said the committee and- life Insurance policies Is plain, IO ounce can for lOo
Great Britain and France as "peace A full
might recommend its abandonment '' she says. It may be used also to 15 ounce can for If o
talk and were told there was no reason -
but that change was the of wills
any safeguard '''the forging and
to believe Mussolini had modified: Highest Quality- Always Dependable
business of the convention. Commenting making of false claims to estates,
on the Literary Digest poll, which his minimum terms already presentedto
Insurance relationship. A will authenticated -
the'mlddl Sir Eric Drummond and Laval'srepresentative.
In .
a majority by a fingerprint of the
Also he has declined
R: states voting against the Roosevelt person making the will and also the I
further to conciliate Britain by removing -
!: New Deal, Farley said:
more troops from Libya and
"So far as the poll --relates to senti-
has repeated his warning that he will
ment In the midwest states, like Iowa,
consider an oil embargo unfriendly
it is 100 per cent wrong. He Insisted

,I': try that not, only but the In in President every that section part was of very.the. strong r coun- gesture.cially One resentful more He rather and against all desperate Italians'Great are move Britain.espe-for L@ 5t..@ m OO fI,1f<< W (j @(WhJf( ( /

"The peace was ,made In Paris when Laval
President will carry as many
states next year as he did In 1932," gave ItalianAmbassador Cerruti a I

said Farley. Roosevelt. carried all, except "set "suggestions" which were said
six states at that time. Farley to be the last word from France and ,

said he believed Roosevelt would win Great Britain before the, applying of YOU'RE ALWAYS P6STCRWG euZ ;OHN.,, : LISTEN IFI ; '"

the electoral vote of Pennsylvania: one the oil embargo, due on December 12., GOOD MORNING, AROUND WITH SOMETINGp-pMR ff WAS ONLV : poN'T WANTA SO SHE THINKS

k of the states that vo'ted'for Hoover These suggestions were said to be MANES 1b SELL! Flo! A NICKE.. : LEDGER. YOU'RE MEfi?

( In 1932, and that also there,was a good based principally)] on an exchange of WANTA LE06ER I XWT WANT*/ KiDS ARE THG AND YOU WERE I DON'T WAIJT JUST LIKE A WIFE,

:.;-. chance of carrying New Hampshire. territories latter between Italy' and Ethiopia TNi5WEEK ? A LEDGER !'. WORLDS GREATEST: c0 MEAN 10 THEFELLOW ONE I h1AT'G > ALWAYS RUNNING
to receive Its long-
t" sought seaport and to remain abso- PESTS.' SIAM Ti4Giiv UTnE ] 1NAT! A GOOD MAN
P. SLOAN, JR., president ,
ALFRED Motors lutely Independent, save for the lands lr% i' r
f. corporation
f granted to Italy. "
:;;'. was the chief speaker at the annual '
p--: dinner of the Congress of American The feeling In Rome was pessimistic, i..
and there was noted a general tightening ;hy 9: ( r a.,
Industry In New York, '
/ urr '
;:-'. and he, made an ear- up of 'home defenses. Troops that !
|,' nest plea to Industryto 1, had been expected to 'depart for the: : A F

save the country ,Ethiopian front, were being retainedIn :

from bureaucracy and Italy' and the orders to the .naval -'

possible socialism. ',. and air forces were suggestive. New ":-.:. i OEF g K: / ,.. r (

'- ,. Industry should lead economic measures to resist the sanc-
tions were being Into effect
the nation away from put dally \ HERV $

.f the fallacious]] theory The British government was engrossed Y'

of plenty "to promote with the troublous situation.Sir r

",j' the general welfare of Samuel Hoare foreign secretary, .

,/',. all the people," Mr. received. timely orders from l his ,physician .
Sloan told the nation's to take a rest in Switzerland, mMi y

leading manufacturers. A. P- Sloan, Jr. and It was announced he would stop< In

:' Should big business fail to accept Paris for a conference with Premier .

,;: this "broader responsibility," it Laval. The admiralty was preparingfor AND FURTHERMORE-VOU .' v I WISH W0 GIVE < AU. RIGH1! Alt CURSES! i1E'SUP

will bring, he said, the "urge for more eventualities'and ordered officers WOULDN'T BE ANY RAY OF HV GOSH JUST COi L: E! LE-r RIGHT-GORNEAD/ GOiNG1aTRY

and more Interference from without of ,the royal navy reserve to report at SUNSHiNE EtfrieR, IF'/OU W D BO5ll PLAIN ME GET SOME AN0G T SOME LPOSTtM! 1HAT

: -: government in business." once for' duty at Plymo th. These men MY rlEADftCHESANO WOl&ESnoM.'j!' i AND SIMPLE Ja J POSTUM FOR YOU POSIUM! MEANWHILE MEArt51'M
have been serving as oflicers and en-
Mr. Sloan conceded
the gravity and
t-a TI4R000N
merchant TO DRINK JUST teave M6
gineers in the marine.
_;: the extreme importance of problemsof Bur oNN..You :' <[ '- INSTEAPj! ALONE '' AROUM MERE!
today-the paramount necessity of
t I
;,, charting a sound course for the "long GEN. HO: :TING-CHIN Chinese min KNOW WHAT OR. : J I
future." of war, was sent to Peipingby LANE TOLD YOU.!' H6 "

The meeting of the. congress was Dictator Chiang Kai-shek to try to SAID COFFEE-NERVES 4

check the northern autonomy movement WAS CAUSING ALL >-
:x; held In conjunction with the fortieth -

annual convention of the National As- Delegationsfromthe I YOUR-TROUBLE-.' I ; 5-
sociation of Autonomy Promo HY Q
Manufacturers, and the c-- ;' EEFEE
speakers before that body were as em- tion society called on 4 ,

phatic, in their condemnation the him and mobs shouted 6
economic policies of the 'admInistration autonomy slogans outside ---j \

,;. as was Mr. Sloan. President C.-L--Bar-. his office, and

db said: "'"Whether we like it or not, then the' Japanese \ :: -

-- industry has been' forced in sheer self- army oflkersook the

defense to enter the political,arena or matter In hand. Lieut i
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be destroyed' a private enterprise.? Col. Tan TakahashI '

,5 General Counsel J, A. Emery declared military attache at .. ELMS funny that cof-

"- : '"This gathering !is a call]J to Peiping, and an' officerof 0 fee was harming me!
the Japanese arrJNo t /
arms. 1 thought it was bad
: "The sentry call should Ylng-Chin son called] ] on tJeneral ...--= -..:: :- -'-..----:=::':-'::: ": .} only for children .
Ho and ordered him to. leave the cityat U "Oh .the caffein
) no.
armies of industry to repulse the forces MR HAVNES... ? SOMMY..I'LLTAKEJUSTToHElP WNA1'ACNANGE! S J
once. TakahashI told the war min coffee with
of the alien theory that challenge] our ister "The I NEED TO SELL ALL FOUR OF 'EM F1E'S' NICE To in disagrees
: Japanese army is con- too. It
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-: -,; political Institutions and economic system vinced your continued stay in Peiping ONLY I FOUR MORE ..- EVERYONE... s can many upset grown-ups their nerves.cause ,

# within our own household" can only complicate matters." TO WIN AN AIR YOU cu-r t Y. SINCE we indigestion or loss of sleep!"
Robert L. Lund chairman of the RIFLE J wiavou SWITCHED TO
Maj. Gen. Hayao Tada, Japanese : .

been ooard,forced said: : to"The' New Dealers haVe commander In north China, said : "War TAKE ONES ?.. r/ /r POSTUM J If you suspect that coffee disagrees with you .

boldest desert some of their between China and Japan is certain It IT'S Otf.125 F rhx try Postum for 30 days. It contains no caffein. It is
experiments. This has came China the s
agreement signed whole wheat and bran _
SFiS n simply roasted and slightly
to pass because the American people last July in which Nanking agreed not x ? sweetened. It's easy to make. costs less than half
have demanded a return to common __ : e;
to send into
troops Hope province. p/ft .{
sense and sound business. American r'i a cent a cup. It's delicious too and may prove a
At the same time Japanese war real help. A product of General Foods.
Industry the '
leadership in
planes were flying low
over Peiping.
,/: this combat. FREE! Let us send you your first week's supply
% '.
of Postum free I mail
Simply coupon.
SANTA CLAUS Is doing big work SECRETARY usual 1 polite reminder r
1 GENERAL FOODS, Battle Creek, Mich.
:: : year for the merchants of the that the semi-annual war debt Installment Please send me, without cost or obligation, a week' supply of
f': .. country. It Is Postum.
F estimated by officials of from Great Britain! was due \f N u 12-12-33 ", -
f.' the Commerce department that the on December 15. And also as ,usual, Name

.. Christmas trade will amount to 4,500-,- the British government 'sent to Mr.: -. Street

000,000 or half a billion dollars more Hull the reply that uner'tbe( circumstances : ; City State

than in December last year. It wouldn't pay a cent. Well, Fill in completely-print name and address. If you live in

Preliminary holiday trade reports we were not counting on' getting this 3O GAYS LATER Canada address(:This General offer Foods expires,Ltd.July, Cobourg I, 1936),Onto
from all parts of the country to the money for Christmas spending.

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I":': Inexpensive Easy Bright Colors Keep the
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! : ., 0 0 .. Patchwork Children on 'Safe Side

. ., QuiltsBy
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I = -", Dress children in bright-colored

.- GRANDMOTHER CLARK outer garments wintertime for
.', SKIN
I :"":.. their own safety, says the bureau of

I home economics of the United States
Department of Agriculture. While
I" k )) children should not play in city thor- To quickly relieve .!

oughfares .even on country high- chapping and roughness, ]
, F ways, because of automobiles, there apply soothing, .1
are occasions when they have to cooling Mentholatum.. ;);
cross streets or when they! try to retrieve -
balls or other playthings from, a

the path of traffic. They' must be .'

taught ,caution, but they can. be further -
: S 7 +, protected by .dressing them In

\ bright;'conspicuous colors which mo- PARKER'SHAIR
7t : r-t
/ torists can see from a distance. z BALSAM

!! "Children, like to wear gay colors. tk1'i S a,:i1 Removed Imparts Dandruff-Stops Color and Hair Falling. ,
' I Those; of nursery-school age 'choose Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair ;
60c and Jl CO at Dmegista.
them by preference. Those a little tn eoTChm.Wk ,Pstchopne.N.T. ;
older are.governed to some extent by' FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in ,
connectionwith Parker'sHair Balsam.Make,the :
.' what, others' wear, so It may be necessary hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or at drug y
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t for mothers to' get togetherand : gists.Hiscox Chemical Works Patchogueli.Y. :1
s 4 "cre tc" a vogue for'vlvld colors' ,
.,':., a w I
w' Patchwork: quilts as .a rule. are in. outer garments. READ THE ADS :. I
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c; :nlfl'C' elaborate,.,cost quite a bit and represent -
.1 r many'llays of ,tedious' : work.' Week's. Supply of Postum Free' re

:$ r x This i" and cost can be cut ,down Read the offer made by the PostUni

.toa, minimum as shown in the lllusfrdtion Company, another part of this pa- X25PQITP

Any of'these designs can he per. Theywlll senxl'a full week's,sup- IIQo
used ort eighteen rirne'- nch blocks ply of health giving Postum free to 'kJ ";

and: so'arranged! to make'a' full s\b\ % anyone' who writes for it. Adv. Will Rogers wn loved by all. His ..
quilt. About three ouncesor one' ; tndywnwisdomindpldlosaphy
: -' requited\ :. Fair' + ti' dear to very person. This '
yard of prints i is- all that Is :19' Day. 1 booklet contjira nunyof his Joke< *
for the patchwork FolderSo.:: : 530 'Friendship makelh indeed a fair T r'-' tY indsirrpietrurluthalwllendureP
illusrates day-in ,the'affections I :from .storm and t, 'or.2Sc postpaid Limited
in colors four ways to as- !'v supply Hurry'ECONOMY !
semble these different designs,also cut .tempests,. but it maketh daylight in \-"-- ',/ DISTRIBUTING CO.
1 ; 1 A the nirdehfontling :out of darknessand Bo*245 Geo'ldOWft.Colo. I
Cbu5 C b hn1ma5 out diagrams for six different patches i;}
like.the above.. Information about confusion thoughts.nacon.t .
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yardage required for back, border
and blocks' is also given.. : ; -, ', t-.a r c.' ,
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'1'It'j"' 2t HIGH NOTES
Jo r--II; r The folder No. 030 and folder No0: "Are'.you' still'] writingprofound

,'" with other quilting. information 'will' articles?" asked the. lady"with a roll I
... ......'.'K' '.." ...-, tAmes be mailed upon receipt of 1(5( r cents; ,of manuscript.' ;' all
11. ; =:.:> ; = -
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'" w", ...,,<...,s*.rtf' or send us 19 cents and we will send '"No," answered'Miss Cayenne, "I \
." .. "'JI folder and sufficient beautiful patchesto
'- Frances found it' interfered with' my 'more .1
: bu make up patchwork on"one of serious '
:: 'duties. You can't spill ink
', :. Grinsfcadrffey. these simple quilts. "
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:,. ;J i and pour tea simultaneously. ,
: Address ,Home Craft Co., Dept. D, ','
: S' Nineteenth and St. Louis Ave., St. ?>
. / '2&OUR L.
Louis. Inclose stamped addressed( "How did your daughter come to .j

" ";.f. family had attended Christ ," said her mother, with envelope for reply when. writing for (IT1; AURIGLEY'S/ take'up singing ,
: ,:;:,:. .':.:. ',. services at the church on b.UELLA look, "take your any Information. ,\ "She found It pleasanter ,work .

,_': :.,.;. ; <;; .; brow of the'hill. out of those raisins and IS than helping mother' with the
:. ..: is; It is just'a "little brown church," but finish paring the apples for my pies." Tells THE STANDARD dishes
Ade How He
, '-' of recent years It has been modernized "But, I've "done most a bushel, already George
.:" ".'- with a furnace, a basement for church ," giggled the g.ullty'youngster. Remains'' Y Youthful 70 OF QUALITY ::- Just the Man ';

r <, ,.', dinners, and work tables and sand "S'pose you have! How many pies Hostess-Are you really a bank

","" /, ; piles In the Sunday school rooms. The do you figure you children eat? Besides George Ade, the Hoosier humorist, examiner, Mr.. Tompkins?
',:;' grown-ups like It better since there are Christmas time we have to have tells how to be young at. seventy, Mr. Tompklns-Yes, madam, I

, '.--, .:{ more and bigger oil lamps. extras for folks coming In." "Live only In. the present." he said, 1.Asv.ei happen to be. .

., _.f.," '"What else are you doing at your "Mercy me," she continued' "It's time "that's the secret. Hostess-Then I hope you will ::
church this week?" asked Uncle Joe for Joel to be home from the church He was "appalled" to detect,a sign have time to examine the baby's

'. .- as he spread his napkin and looked bazaar! Look at that snow!" of age in himself.. 'f T caught 'my bank. No matter how much we

toward the turkey. Uncle Joe Is a"What Mrs., Dodge opened the cold closet self reading the obituary notices.theoUHir shake It, nothing ever comes out
and peered with" secret delight at, the day before-.I:- turned to. r the of it.

fast filling shelves. Coffee cans filled sports page, and that's a sure sign. '
with steamed plum puddings, a fine of ossification," Ade mourned.

baked ham, frosted chocolate cakes a "But I won't: let myself become'

I whole row of pl pumpkin= and mossback and a has-been, so I keep

&! mince; and a big bowl of, cranberrysauce the old bean In touch with the latest'

;1 = t re e... skins and all.. news the latest plays, the latest
"Sally, you better help Luella with '
movies, and the latest books. "'
: 7d PERFECT +; UM
A the apples, we're almost finished with

v c the baking; and now If your father Opportunity

Every age'. has its moment; and

q T ,gran nineteenth-twentieths of the'people. liHlf LAVOft
-. ,p I'If% IIp don't realiize when it arrives. ,

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/ ,c Cheers for Calumet's New 1'Can ;"

Else Are You Doing at Your -- .

Church?" Asked Uncle Joe. ;+ '
':.,'' and perfect never-fail baking! -

.;, .,.. ::. New England minister, with his eyes .. '
: :;," usually set on' heaven ; but he. does like

;: ; :.:. turkey. .
Ae. J. '
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e,.,r "Why, nothing else," mother an- i : i ia "I'"
: swered. "What would we have at the

church besides Sunday services and :
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the Christmas sermon, since we've left t:.d 'It's real quality at a

off Wednesday night prayer meetings"* ;; saving I" says Mrs. K.J. .
"Mother! Mother! Shouted Joel, ::t.
"Tell you what I'd do If it were my ., Tobin, of Beverly
Bounding Into the House.
'(/f:_: church," replied uncle, watching father "I never have baking troubles with Hills, 111. "I've never } '. v Y, y '
;I carve "I'd keep that place warm from would bring the turkey, I could stuff It Calumet-and I save,tool"says Mrs had a baking failure
morning till late night all this week, tonight. Jack Caskey, 880 Avalon.St:, Mem with Calumet." ,,. ,\.\?c
phis,Tenn. '
with somebody serving tea to any who She glanced toward the "kitchen wIn- i /i; Why does Calumet <
t might drop In, and something going on dow- r give such"luck"?Why :
throughout the holidays. I heard Dave "My stars Here comes old Emil .,;<.> is it different from ? '> \: ; n>a>

say last night there's nowhere to go Cooper! I'll Just give him a Jug of other baking powders?

but the movies." hat new cider and a mince pie, whenhe's' Calumet combines
I Brother Jumped. "You wouldn't ex- going home"''' two distinct leavening

: :> pect me to go to church every day, Mrs Dodge had a bountiful nature. actions. A quick one
I "' sir?" She anticipated Emil Cooper and the : Your new lOc can makes me feel very' ''C*> for the mixing bowl-a trey
I "I'd fix It, so you couldn't stay away many other hangers-on, who always thrifty! says Mrs. Nancy E. Wil w" slower one for the oven. ,, y'3'llama,499bforelandAve.AtlnntaGs.

i .. ,. '_ Would you turn down a chance at,an showed up around Christmas; while, .,'n' This Double-Action isso 'S ;,' '>H; ;

old-fashioned taffy ,pull?" the supply of pies and puddings grew perfectly balanced
.-,.<.- "Then, since your ,mother doesn't less and less as the visitors departed. ;; ?::, and con trolled that it s

:' have to get you off to school this week, "Father's coming!1" cried the chIldren r ,.,.. a:, a' produces perfect leav t ;;.
why shouldn't she go herself?" and they rim to the door ex, v.v.,< ening. Calumet is a
"Are you leaving me out, Joe?" citedly to meet, him, followed by Mrs. sR :i r product of General

',asked father, laying down the carving Dodge. But a look of perplexity,. almost hY Foods* .
tools. distress, spread 'over her face.
": '"Not by any ,means! This would be "Where's the turkey?" she gasped.

: ,,_ a mighty good time to get your county "Fact Is-" hesitated Mr. Dodge,:"!
,, agent ,to tell you what to raise next -I gave It to 'Ned Blake 'on the way \i4
year Instead of 'corn and hogs. Or to home-for his poor family: 'Mother- =

',:...' get your hand In at chess. By the I couldn't, couldn't, help,11.:' All Calumet prices are
\V' way, I'd have all those big low tables "Well," sighed Mrs. Dodge, with a

covered with games. I'll bet there are crestfallen face, '"I guess they need It "f : lower! Calumet is now selling at the
sets of anagrams and cribbage just goIng all right-and we still have the ham."
e". .,' to waste In your attic-" A light quick"step sounded' on .the '; dthe s :i I lowest prices in, its history The'regu
"There are l'cried Dave, "andwouldn't snowy porch TNIgf' N <' lar,price of the Full-Pound Can is now
It be fun, mom, to getout our "Mother! !Mother!I" shouted' Joel, S1MYTQi
.: old phonograph to show the fellows? bounded Into the house with 'a bundle finger$% only 25c! And ask to see the new, big
}' We got some good records." larger than himself. "Seel I See what :
'. lOc can '" a lot of good baking for a dime
,"Yes, but hurry, so; you can wash I have I won the big 25-pound turkeyat *'
the dishes while I use the phone. the bazaar U IM ,. with Calumet, the Double-Acting
There's going to be so much going on "Why son I" exclaimed Mr. Dodge, P wder'
I In that church, we'll be Baking .
falling over "that turkey Is twice the size of the
I'I each other to get Into It." one we gave away !I" ; ; >.ptq ,%>hia, 2da g!<>(Ayrtij; :?e'
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BARBARA ANN SMITH-HAS i I I rI Fifth Grade Spelling Honor Roll- From his home of ice

The Clewiston News PARTY ON'12TK BIRTHDAY rI James Howard, Floyd Geiger, El- That Is, if he could

I I Clewiston School News bert Hooker, Quinton Smith, David I. ;

Barbara Ann Smith, daughter of Smith, Dorothy Adams, Pearl Bem Now when Christmas rolls along, -- ,

Clewiston Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith, celebratedher bry, Janie Brantley, Gloria McDuffie, Be merry and sing a song
Published Friday in ,
every Florine Moore Editor ,
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, twelfth birthday Tuesday after- Beatrice Pratt. For Christmas just comes once a year /}

Inc. noon with a party at her home. Louise Bussey, Associate Editor Seventh Grade News-- Be._ bad again, do you hear? -

Games were played and prizes Editor The seventh: grade is glad to have Until the Christmas gong.

awarded to Julia Ann Oglesby and Bob Patterson, Sports two new boys. They are Carl. Cowen'

Mabel Silva as contest winners. Re- and Joe Thomas. High,: School News-
Keathley Bowden, Editor
freshments cake and punch were The seventh grade wishes every- May you everyone have a Merry .
served to: Julia Ann Oglesby, Mabel First Grade News-- one a very Merry Christmas and a Christmas and the Happiest of New:
Silva, Rhunelle McGehee, Bobbie I' The first grade children and their :Happy New Year. Years.

Entered as second class mall mat- Spicer Elizabeth Winn, Margaret teacher wish to thank all the mo- School was dismissed Friday, De--

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post VonMach and Maxine Doty. !I thers who helped to make this a CHRISTMAS cember 20, 1935 for a two weeks
Christmas for them.
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under; merry By Dickey Owen Christmas vacation. School will reopen -
The first grade enjoyed an extem-
the Act of March 3, 1897. MRS. J. E. BEARDSLEY Monday, January 6, 1936.'MERRY .
ENTERTAINS AT LUNCHEONMrs. poianeous program in their room Toys, toys, and toys,
Friday afternoon.
I For the good girls and boys.Is CHRISTMAS" FOR

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. J. E. Beardsley entertained Second Grade Spelling Honor Roll- what Santa's bring, TEACHERS ASSURED

Advertising rates on application. Wednesday with a luncheon honor- o Margaret Van de Velde, James Hark! The bells are- ringing

I ing Mrs. J. L. Crabb. Smith, Dalton Carr, Nora Oglesby, 'TIs all for Christmas joys. Tallahassee (SpecialA) real

Those attending were Mrs. H. O. Caroline Selee, Idabell Collins, Marie "Merry Christmas" for Florida's

Devoted to the advancement and Peters, Mrs. R. V. Allison, Mrs. F. Moats, David Belcher, Noby Geiger, Each little boy and girl school teachers was assured Tues-

welfare of Clewiston and HenJry M. Wright, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs.R. Doris Simmons, Joyce Bullen, Bertha Will want to do a whirl day when State Treasurer .,W. V.

County. N. Smith, Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart. Ballard, Shirley Moon, Wilma Ten-I When their eyes happen to glance Knott credited $499,97 to 'the state

--- gle. At the reindeers prance I teacher fund accounts of 67 counties.

NEW ARRIVALMr. Third Grade Spelling Honor oll- And the Christmas Earl. The money was to be distributedto

The merriest. Christmas ever to all I Lewis Blount, Annette Simpson, IOf I the counties Wednesday and it
of you. and Mrs. Dennis Small are the Marilyn Davis, Sue VonMach, La- course he understood was hoped that all teachers would

of eight-pound baby boy'!!!Dcen Peters, Elsie Bembry Betty II That if !
parents an ;; I'", you were good, receive checks before the start of the

born Tuesday, December 17, at their McDuffie. He, would bring you something nice holidays. The apportionment was
It begins to look as though Florida's I .
home in LaBelle. Mother and son I made available from the auto tag
advertising is attracting even
are reported doing nicely. I receipts and the general revenue
the northern weather to pay the NOTICE fund.

state a visit. wonder if the Governor DAUGHTER ARRIVES I

couldn't call out the state militia I I As provided by law no person, firm or corporation shall engage in.1,

and halt it at the state line. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dotterer an- or manage any business, profession or occupation in the City of Clewis

nounce the arrival of an eight pound ton, unless a City license shall have been procured from the Tax Col::1 J. M. COUSE

The new road from Belle Gladeto baby daughter at the home of her I lector of the City. Licenses for th period October 1, 1935 to September .

Six Mile Bend is mighty nice;bul grand-parents in Mount Pleasant, S'I, 30, 1936 were payable October 1, 1935 by the following persons, I Counselor and Attorney at IJIYV J-

another drowning in the canal this Car.. Thursday, December 19. Mrs.. I firms or corporations: I Hopkins Building "

week indicates that it will continueto Dotterer has been there for several j Wednesdays and Saturdays

be a death trap unless some bar- reeks and Mr. Dotterer left the first Name Occupation AmountDrug : I 0:30 to 4:00 ,

ricade is erected between the road of the week to spend a twowae'ksvacation I
Alston's Inc. Store $ 10.001 I
and the canal. there. '
Avant, II. C. Boarding House 2.00

The hunting season for migratorybirds SKIPPY COTHERN ENTERTAINEDWITH Bakes Service Station Filling Station ;-. 5.00 L. .B. Mershon

closed today and the attitude PARTY ON BIRTHDAYMrs. Auto Agency ,'\: 10.00 I I II I AGENT
Burkett, Laura Eating House :. 2.50
of the majority of hunters seems to

be, "Who cares. It's too cold to hunt R. J. entertained Monday Cantrell, Gus v Barber Shop 2.00 I'I New York Life
Clewiston Deer Garden Saloon 100.00
ducks anyway.: afternoon at her home in honor of i
Clewiston Company:: The Land Development 10.00 I
the third birthday of her son, Skippy Insurance Company
The' schools will Clewiston Dairy. Ccmpan'yClewlston Dairy Products 10.00
Hendry county Cothern, which was on Sunday. I
Laundry:: Company Laundry-Steam 5.00
'appreciate the Christmas present The little guests were each given I I ARCADIA, FLORIDA ..
they, ;,received: this week from the favors of Christmas stockings filled Dry Cleaning 5.00 I _
Clewiston Motor Company Auto Agency" 10.00 -,----------
state I were served as refreshments.The I Filling Station 5.00 ,
Motorists should be extremely I Clewiston Inn Hotel 20.00
,invited list of guests was as
careful' through the holidays. There follows: Mary McCracken, Bill Mc- : Clewiston Home Building Association : I Dr. A. J. LittleOSTEOPATH

are still plenty of fools who think of Cracken, Grace Ward, Harriet and I Building and Loan Association 7.50 I
CewIston! -News Weekly Newspaper 5.00
Christmas as a season to get drunk. Carol Joy Alston, Patsy Meredith, I I
'Clewiston Supply Company : Department Store 15.00
Charles and Rachael Miner, Bobby 'S k' i

Politicians seem to be all on the and Carline Berner, Jo Ann Crouch, Clewistcn Telephone CompanyDarcy Telephone Exchange 9.00 Lake Harbor Fla.
Dry Cleaner Dry Cleaning 5.00 ,
line "getting set" for a quick get- Harry Vaughn, Jr., Solon Mills, Bob

away after the holidays and In a by Lawler, Emma Jane Ezelle, Rich- Laundry 5.00

short time there'll be lots of 'em ard Knight, Jean Yenawlne, Kay Dixie..Crystal. Theatre___.__._v_"__ Moving Picture 10.00

around to tell.you what a fine fellow Bowden, Clarke Ironmonger, Gene Espenlaub, George i Auto Repair Sh p." 10.00

you are and why you should fall for Land, Joe Schroeder, Mrs. M. T. Filling Station 5.00 I

his particular ballyhoo. Ironmonger, Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Ezelle,'Dr. J. W. Dentist 5.00 .-Party CakesAnd -
First Bank of Clewiston Banking >: 10.00
Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. Joe Schroe- -

WHY A NEWSPAPER IS LIKEA der, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. J. W. George Apartments ,Boarding House 2.50 I( Pastry for Special.Occasions
WOMAN Ezelle and Miss Evelyn Hare. Glades Water Company Water Service 7.50
Glades Power & Light Company Electric Service 7.50 X

Because they are thinner than they Glades Soda Sundries Ice Cream Bar 5.00

used to be. LaBELLE NEWS Greene's Dry Goods Company Dry Goods Store 10.00 EXPERTLY BAKED BY ;

Because they have forms. Gulf Refining Company Wholesale Gasoline &: Oils 10.00

Because they are well-worth lookingover. Holdsworth, Mrs. L. O. i Eating House 2.50 SKILLED' CHEFREASONABLY ;
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Small an- I
Hooker Packing House. Boarding House 2.50
nounce the arrival of a baby son, PRICED i
Because there are bold-faced types. born Tuesday morning.Mr. LaBelle Motor Company Auto Agency. 10.00 iI
Lake Drug,Company Drug Store 10.00 I
Because they are easy to read. and Mrs. Sam Brown motoredto The Watanabe '
Marquette, Ed. Radio & Electric Shop 5.00
Because you cannot believe every- Immokalee Sunday where they
Meredith, Zerney Insurance Agent 2.50
thing they say.
visited with Mr. Brown's mother,
the where- Miner Packing Company : Fertilizer 2.50
r Because they carry news Mrs. W. H. Brown.Mr. .
Seeds, Wholesale 5.00
( ever they go. and Mrs. A. K. Mordue and

Because influence.they have a great deal of ir. and Mrs. H. E. Case, of Chicago, Stewart Railway, Express Elbert L.Agency Express Insurance Agent Agent 5.00 2.50 I ,..........-..................................................-......................................
are occupying Mrs. Mary Hayes I
Because they are not afraid to speak Sias, A. W.' :- Insurance Agent 2.50 :=
Davis' beach house at Fort Myers New and Used t:::
their minds. Standard Oil Company Wholesale Gasoline & Oils 10.00
Beach during the month of Decem-
Because if they know anything they Sugarland Service Station .; -Filling Station 5.00
ber. Mrs. Davis is the sister of Mrs. !
. usually tell it. Mordue and Mr. Case. Auto Repair Shop 10.00 is FURNITURE _E

Because: they always have the last Miss Katherine Curry, Mr. and Turner's Barber Shop BarberShop .091 :y T

. word. Mrs.. D. ,G. McCormick and Lester Western UnioiiWatanabe Telegraph Service 5,001 I ..
: Because back numbers not in de- Hotel Hotel 15.00 I
are McCormick visited in Miami Sunday.D. BELLE GLADE I f.
-' mand. United States Sugar Corp. Raw Sugar Manufacture 30.00 I ? .
G. ,McCormick remained in Miami.
Because every: man should have one Mrs:. L. O. Gravely and small son Wells-Rojal Lumber Company Lumber Yard 10.00 !.
,'; of his own and not run after his Billy, Mrs. R. J. Moon and Mrs. H. Oglesby, H. J. Ice Peddler > 3.00 I | COMPANY |=:

neighbor's. L. Delaney motored to Fort Myers I am instructed by the City Commission to immediately enforce collection :: .
|: Belle
, New Glade f'f
I -ClIpped from Port Richey Florida
Sunday afternoon where they attended hare not been ,
,' d' of such license fees as paid 4.
i' Press.

\-'.., the the Will Arcade Rogers Theatre.picture showingat R. Y. PATTERSON, I =i= Next Door To Theatre, 2.:;

Mrs. C. A. Baker and Miss Delores Tax CollectorIN .............. .............. .. .
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Attanasio spent Friday in West Palm
> of the small papers published Beach with their mother, Mrs. -, -,
,, an item a few days ago which was Attanasio. Lucy t THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE !OH BOW H R-E THEY COME"- I2TH ANNUAL TOUR ALL NEW!!!
weird mix-up of account of I TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
a an a
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Case, Mr. FLORIDA IN AND FOR IIENDRY :t
>,;i: wedding and an auction sale. The ,
COUNTY. 1 : -I
Mrs. A. K. Mordue, and Mrs. D. E.. ,_
:;.: most interesting part of the item follows DIVORCE ,
.f tull, of Chicago, were visitors of MILDRED MAE LANDON,
: Plaintiff
f.F- William Smith the son of Mr. and Fred J. Case last week. VS.CLARENCE. A 'TH ?" REATEST SHOW ON EARTH FOR THE MONEY
Major A. B. McMullen was a guestof .LANDON
:'. Mrs. Josiah Smith, and Mrs. Lucy Defendant. EatorHr vii .
the Everette Hotel Sunday night. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONSTATE -pEOPLE 80
Anderson were disposed of at \
: : publio Ernest Hall, who has been attendIng OF FLORIDA, TO CLARENCE /
(;.' auction on my farm, 1 mile east in LANDON. GREETINGS: its is SO MANY GIRLS YOU CANT COUNT'EM.I5VAUDEVILLEACTSI5.
Threvecca Nazerene College in
commanded to file
You are hereby
the presence of seventy-five guests, Nashville: Tenn., arrived Saturday to your written appearance personally or ,
f, '. including two mules and twelve head by attorney In said cause at the Court I' \
the Christmas with k
spend holidays
In the office
In LaBelle
\4c a of cattle. House \\l a. THE LARGEST-FASTEST STEPPING-
of said Court, on or before G' $
his parents, Mr.. and Mrs. F. Watts of the Clerk
i- Rev. Jackson tied the nuptial knot I ... Monday the 6th day of January, 1936. PRETTIEST-BEST COSTUMED CHORUS
I Hall. and thereafter to file with said Clerk, :/i.t ,, I"")) Iff AME /CA. UNDER CANVAS.. '
: for the parties averaging 1,250 your written defense If any, to the Bill "X; Il'AIII.A1fiYAlE! ORCHESTRA .
:.: pounds to the hoof. The beautiful I BflLLROY'S: COMEDIANS IN of Complaint filed In said suit at the : IR VTHC
time prescribed by law which ITSPT KlSTOR
i home of the bride was decorated BELLE GLADE SATURDAYBillroy's Complaint for divorce was filed by the fT's HYSTERICAL
: with one sulky rake, one feed grinder Plaintiff this 5th day of December. 1935. T HAVE YOU SEEN THE F."AN DANCE?
It Is further ordered that this Noticebe !f 1llflliSitfs 251 the Rhumba?the olero?l/eCanoco?
and two sets of '
t' work harness, Comedians, a tent show published In the Clewiston News, a / _
r,;' nearly new, and just before the ceremony that has played in Clewiston for several newspaper of general circulation pub- WAIT 1i ILL IOU SEE OURDANCERS!'
lished at Clewiston Florida once a THIS DATE: t
1'. was pronounced Model & Son years announces that it will week for four consecutive weeks priorto lADIES fREE ACCOMPANIED QmrUIFvL ATTRACTION .7y:

'.. wedding march was rendered by one show in only one town in the 'Glades DONE January AND 6, 1936.ORDERED at LaBelle, n of,. PAID ,ADULT TICKET BEAL/ eXOTIC UCJPF.I.i Y.D IN FAN IICR DANCE: :

milch cow and one sheep, who carrying this year, Belle Glade, on the nightof Hendry County, Florida, this 5th fay DOOR,5 OPEN7 / OVERTURE-:30 f>M CURTAIN RISKS 8.1 SUM.
., a bunch of bride's roses in her Saturday, 'December 28th. December, A. D., 1935.WILLIAM. 'IN OUR BEAUTIFUL TCMT THEATRE' DON'T FORGET'WATERPROOF
hand, was very beautiful. She wore No reason was given for not setting Aa Clerk of the Circuit Court, THE DATE;

one light spring wagon, two cratesof up in Clewiston this year butIt Hendry County, Florida. Belle Glade One
A true copy., Night Only
apples, three racks of hay, one is probably due to the fact that (SEAL)

grindstone of Houslin de soil and circus and another show have played WILLIAM T. HULL, Saturday Dec. 28th
! As Clerk of Said Court. /
: trimmed with about 100 bushels of here In recent weeks' Billroy's J. M. COUSE, Clewiston, Florida, TENT: LOCATED, -WALTERS LOT-OPPOSITE TOURIST CAMP

spuds. The bridal couple left yester- will only play .the one night in Belle Solicitor 6-13-20-27 for Plaintiff., Jan 3.
day on an extended trip. Terms spot Glade. Their tent will be located Opposite Dec NOE-Belle Glade is the only town in the Glades JJUlroy'g Comedians

cash. Exchange. the tourist ca.mp., REAL THE ADVERTISEMENTS will play this season. Don't Miss It,


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: .; son, Larry, spent the weekendyin i and Miss Mignon St.: Martin were Jacksonville after spending mbrej R. Lawler and son, Bob- :
' .F) ;=: Personal I Mention :.1 Miami. 'visitors in West Palm Beach Sat- : than a week in the National Reemployment -]by, returned Monday from West :1

..............................................-.......................................................... urday. office here. Mr. Brown iSI Palm Beach where Bobby has been ::
II state supervisor of the service. undergoing treatment at '
a hospital. .
Miss Gallant
Virginia left this I _
'r! T. B. Shelley was a business visitor Mrs. E. M. Ballard, Mrs. Fred / He is reported
e. In Sarasota Monday. week for Jacksonville where she will Hiner and D. K. Ballard of Fort My- I greatly improved in (
i! :Mrs. John W. Smith, of East LIvlerpool !health.
attend business school. ers were visitors here Saturday and] .:
I Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Crouch spent Sunday. i i Ohio, arrived Monday tel]

Saturday In Miami. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Littlejohn left Mrs. R. L. Bolton left Sunday for I i I spend some, time with her son, G. E.1' Never Thought ot That iJ
\Mednesday for Ocala where Mr. Lit her home in Orlando after a short Smith and family. Mrs. W. W. Perry'': A .Imer ol tlui cranberry snys It Is "'.1;
Mr.. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson I a /Jri"! niuKiorhmUNow./ : .
1 were tlejohn has been transferred by the visit with her sister, Mrs. B. E. Nail, and Mrs. G. E., Smith met her inj I ne\e, ilmI'lt: ..r we had "J
West Palm Beach visitors Saturday. ihat-' \rknn
U. S. Engineers. ns Ga 1
Jr., Mr. .
and Nail. 1t 1(I West Palm Beach. | tetfgS ,!
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and .s.sTfrat ;
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family spent Sunday in Pahokee.Mr. -- J
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: ,l5 rr lzhai dyr3t2it r3t> :&a 7a? t:tot 5j ia ratatal 9r tb; 1 Y 3r t"rat t3t'rr:S3 r3r3r3t .
and Mrs. F. M. Wright; and : rt rr' 3i t3i rr r Y IDti t3r iBt3i tto dtt3r !L i tlatdr tt'J iko to '
family spent Sunday in Belle Glade.Dr. 1
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and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli spent

the Sunday Mr.week-end and in.Mrs.Belle-in--Geo.Glade.West S: Palm Sparks Beach.spent 4::i i g i I CLEWIS% TON SUPPLY COMPANY : II IIII

L. C. Sturgis spent the week-end i
In West Palm Beach. i
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F. ,A. Flanders, of Moore Haven, i
wwY.a business;: visitor here Monde y.

Mr.-. Fort and. Myers Mrs.-; -M.visitors T. Ironmongerwere Saturday. ;t II Headquarters For Santa ''Claus II

Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley spent 4f to
the week-end in Palm Beach.

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\Z:! Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mrs. J. E. see
! Beardsley were in West Palm Beach I ;' ,
Monday. I tPi ,
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: Mr. and Mrs. Carr Settle, of Moore I i .
our large stockr
Haven, attended a show. here Mon- '
day night. I
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Tampa. where he has accepted a position -I e g ) for all the family.Gifts &

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were visitors In Fort Myers Saturday "
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Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collins were for Mother 1
I visitors in West Palm Beach Satf. ,
:j I urday. I S(' "

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. A.
A. Munroe and Mrs. J. F. Tippey 1uus. I :
spent Saturday in Miami.

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day to make her home in West Palm

I f .rz' Beach. ,I Games TOY'S' Novelties II

Mrs. Foy: Durrence visited her iQ
aunt in West Palm Beach for several -
days this week. 1 g- lbo

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Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Land and a b QC i

spent son, Gene Monday and in Miss West Marcia Palm Beach.Avant I Belt Sets' Florsheim & Fortune Shoes Handkerchief & Tie Sets J ''

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs and f lei 1 Bath Robes Linens Silk and Cotton Pajamas i go

Troy Puryear spent Monday in West ,
Palm Beach i Smoking Sets Handkerchief SetsShaving Sets

Mrs. J. W. Moore and Miss Lou- tQXQQZ, WS JS Z'Cosmetic "' t-tCw-t; : ( .( J"t( t:; .tC-t( -t( t -t( -t: -t-t-t: ( : -t.tC: i!
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I Palm Beach Monday. 1 '" Sets Coty Mello-Glo and other brands S

: John B. Dotterer left Saturday to ,
spend several weeks vacation in ,
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Midway, S. Carolina. Ii

Mrs. F. Deane Duff and Mrs. W. Dance Sets Silk Undies Silk Gowns'i
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C. Owen were visitors In West Palm I {; J j Ii,
Beach Monday.Mrs. C Christmas Trees Christmas Cards Christmas Decoratiions ,

B. E. Herring, Mrs. A. O. 4 t" 'd ill
Ward and Miss Mildred Ward were '" U -t( -4( -t-t( te:: te: t( te: !( t: -t( ltre. ;: ICre;: tet:: (:!( f1
t. \ visitors In Belle Glade Monday. 4 R

Mrs. Carl H. Berner and Carline 'd 6 I I Art lus9 Gordon and Onyx Hosiery

and Bobby, Berner spent Monday in tJ! of .. '
Wrest Palm Beach. H wtt
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Mrs. Joe Van de Velde and child t ;

ren Moore visited Haven Mr.Tuesday.Van de Velde in Come in aud see what we have to offer.

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Elizabeth Winn spent the weekend -
.. moureux- in Sebring and children.with Mrs. Alfred La- You will be sure to solve that Christmasgift IIf

< Mrs. Glenn Etherton, Mrs. Gnt- B t
ton George and Mrs. Jack O'Day f problem .
spent Monday in West Palm Beach. v '-r '3

I Mrs. J. G. Niblack' < Mrs. M. J. ii D, ASK OUR CLERKS FOR SUGGESTIONS El Elf I I'JI.

J' Hirsch and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr..
'spent Wednesday in Fort Myers. .i", ;jIi ,
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r ,! A. Ray and Mrs. Fred Curry spent 6
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: Hervey Bourne returned this week !it I ClEWISTON SUPPLY COMPANY II

. from Buffalo, N. Y., to spend the '
holidays here with his parents, Dr.
and Mrs. B. A. Bourne. 11 u
Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. J. L. & ytftgpC y ?
J Crabb and Peggy and Bobby Lawler ,
1 I r are visitors Jn West Palm Bgagh l today .. AI: -tC-tC./-tC
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Member of Faculty, Moody Bible
=By Institute of Chicago.
Western Newspaper Union.

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: Lesson for December 22

WNU 'Service
Copyright by; Tho Pfeim Pub. Co. MALACHI FORETELLS A NEW-DAY

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SYNOPSIS ence to the events of the past week very objection Horatio Senior's father you: with all my heart-my soul, -.all LESSON TEXT-Malachl 3:1-12.

was :made the tension slowly beganto had made to their own marriage. that is In me. ,You' know It-know my GOLDEN messenger TEXT, and-Behold he shall, I will prepare send

"Widder" lessen, and life at' the Howe Home At this Horatio Senior flushed scar that every moment we have been to- the way before me. Malachi 3:1. -
Tho and comely
Marcia Howe has as her guest her stead took on again Its customary let and said promptly that his mar- gether has been heaven. Tell me you PRIMARY TOPIC-God's Best. 'Prom-
late husband's niece, Sylvia Hayden. A aspect. riage had been Ideal ; that his Jennie love me, dear-for you do love me. ise Comes True.

stranger, exhausted, finds his way toMarcia's Stanley Heath, warmly wrapped In had been the one wife In the world Don't deny It-not tonight-our last Best JUNIOR Promise.TOPIC-How God Kept His

to hide a home.package Secretly containing, he asks Jewelry.her, rugs,.now sat out on the sheltered ver- for, him ; that time had proved It- night together. Say that you love me." tNTERMEDIATE.AND. SENIOR

She does so. Elisha Winslow, town anda where he reveled In 'the:sunshine. even; to his parents' ; that she was the "You-know," she faltered, her arms TOPIC-Bringing In a Better Day.

sheriff, brings news of a jewel robbery Sometimes when he. lay motionless only person on earth who really understood creeping about his neck. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT
nearby. The stranger gives his name the 'I In the steamerchalr looking seaward him. lie kissed her then-her. hair her TOPIC-Preparing' -the Way of the.Lord.

as Stanley; Heath. Sylvia discovers hat After this nothing' was simpler thanto eyes: her neck, her lips-long, burning The lesson
Jewels, and naturally believes Heath beneath the rim of his soft felt or ( committee has providedas
is .a robber, but, for Marcia's sake, decides following 'the. circling gulls with pre-: discuss just when Horatio- Junior kisses, that left her quivering beneaththe an alternative a Christmas lesson,

to say nothing. Marcia feels she occupied gaze Marcia, peeping 'at him ,had better start East. rush of them. using the test Matthew 2:1-12): .

her has altogether guest, but too is powerless deep an Interest to over-in from the window wondered of what be t : Their passion brought her to her The subject f' tod y's lesson 'Is

come Heath wires "Mrs. S. C.Heath," was thinking. Had Sylvia dreamed when she licked self and she drew away. broader than the printed text.In

New York, -saying he Is safe. He also That the fancies which Intriguedhim the envelope's flap with her small red ; "What Is it, dear?" he asked. order effectively to teach this lesson

orders a man named Currier to.come were pleasant and that he enjoyed tongue and smoothed It down with her "We can't. We must not. ,Something the entire Book of :Malachi should be
at once. Sylvia, in her bedecks ?
herself with the jewels loom* At Marcla's his 'own" company- there couldbe pretty white finger she was thus loos- I stands between us-we have no'I I surveyed. The'prophet pointed out the

approach she hides them there/. Heath no question.No Ing Alton City's thunderbolts, sh1 right.. Forgive me." sins of the corrupt priesthood mixed

asks Marcia to bring{ them him.They. attitude he might have assumed might, perhaps, have hesitated: to send "Hut my:dear':"' marriages, and failure to pay tithes,

are loss. gone Sylvia! He restores makes the light Jewels of the to could have been better calculated to the letter] she had penned and per- "We have no right" she .repeated with the portrayal of the .coming judg-

their original hiding place. Elisha dispel awkwardness and force into the haps would not have started off so "We must not love." ment and glorious new day'with Christ

Winslow discovers them and has no i background the seriousness of the two jauntily late that afternoon to post It. "But we do, sweetheart," was his reigning in his glorious kingdom.

doubt they are the stolen gems, and women,, whose Interests were so In- Toward six o'clock she telephonedshe triumphant cry. "We do !I" 1. The Base Ingratitude. .of Israel
Heath Is a thief.' Leaving' the jewels,
he makes plans for arresting Heath. extricably entangled with his own' was at the Doanes nnd Henry and "We must forget." (1:1.5). I.M,

Currier rive's. Marcia overhears than the merry.: bantering one he his mother-the little old lady she had "Can you forget?" he reproached.-- God approached them with the ten- "".
Heath describe how he acquired the adopted when with 1h m.' met on the train the day she arrived ''I-I-can try" der'affirmation, "I have loved thee."

gems, and is forced to believe him He was,a brilliant talker-one who -wanted her to stay to supper. ,He ."0\11',. ,'your tongue is too honest, Mar It was the burden of the prophet to de-
guilty of theft. At Heath's suggestion, '
Currier Investigates the hiding place- gave unexpected, original twists to would bring her home .eai'li in .the cia. You. cannot forget. Neither can clare this fact unto them (v.' 1). So

and finds the"gems' He returns to New conversation-twists that taxel evening. There would be a moon- 1. Our pledge is given We belong to worldly were the people that they

York with'them but his references to one's p wer' of repartee ,Here Indeed Marcia need not worry. .. one another. I shall not surrender, failed to discern God's good hand upon

; "Mrs.her tender Heath"dream have has convinced been a Marcia foolish was a hitherto undre ned-or'' Stanley Marcia had not thought of worrying what Is mine-never." them. Israel's attitude toward> Godis

I one. Elisha and Eleazer come to arrest Heath, a man whose dangerous charms 'until that minute, but now, in spiteof "Tomorrow" shown in the skeptical question

Heath. Marcia..ls'; Indignant", and unwittingly had multiplied a hundredfold and who, knowing Sylvia was safe ,and in "Let us not talk of tomorrow." "Wherein hast thou loved us?" '(v. 2).

reveals tot: Sylvia the secret If he had captivated Marcia before good hands she began, paradoxically "We must. We shall be parted Malachl answers this question by showIng -
of her love. The jewels, of course, are .
now riveted her fetters with ,every then." God's choice of Jacob and his -
not to be found. To Sylvia Marcia admits enough, to worry madly. Timidly aS,1 passIng
she loves Heath and has faith in word he spoke, every glance he gave a girl she summoned Stanley Heath "Only for a little while. 1 shall come by of Esau' his destruction. of .

his Innocence. She tells him she believes to the small, round table., back to you. Our love will hold. Absence Edom and his saving ot Isr 'e1.

lid is him guilty Innocent, to confess., but urges. He him admits, if her.She struggled to escape from the "Sylvia .Isn't coming," she explained distance nothing can part us- II. God's Severe.. Indictment (1:6-

nothing., snare closing In on her, then finding all blushes.] "She telephoned she was not really. Tell me you love me so I 2:17; 3:7-13).

combat useless, ceased to struggle, and going. to. stay over in town." may leave knowing the truth from 1. Against the priests (1:6-2:9).

" let herself drift with the tide. They: seated themselves.It your own sweet lips." They were guilty ofa.

CHAPTER IXContinued13 After all, why not enjoy the present? was the first time they had ever "I love you, Stanley-God help me !I" Profanity (1 :G). Their profanity

In loving this stranger of whom she been alone at a meal. "Ah, now: I'can go I It will not be consisted In despising the name of

"Not your real life. You would, of knew so little, she had set her heart "My but you are a marvelous cook" for long." God. To fail to honor ,God Is to be

course, loss standing among your sup. 'upon a phantom that she knew must Heath remarked, during the progressof "It must, be for ever, dear heart. profane. To use his name In any unreal -

", posed friends; but you would not lose vanish. The future, grim with fore' the meal. You must not come back. Tonight ] way Is to be thus guilty.b. .

it among those whose regard'went boding, was constantly drawing nearer. "Oh, not really. You're hungry- must be-the end." Sacrilege (1 :7,8). Their sacrilegious -

deeper. Even If you did-what would There were, alas, but two ways of that's all. Things taste good when. "You mean you cannot face tomor act was in offering polluted

w.' It matter life-the way of right and the way of you are." row-the disgrace-" bread and blemished sacrifices.c. .

a:. '"But to be alone, friendless I Who', wrong and between them lay no neu- "It Isn't that. Everything you put' "I mean tonight must be the end,." Greed (1:10)). They were not

; would help me piece together the tral zone. This she acknowledged with your hand to Is well done. You're a 'she reiterated. willing even to open the doors of God's

, mangled fragments of:'such a' past- her mind. But, her: ,rebel heart would marvelous' 'person; Marcla." ..- Through narrowed lids, he looked at house without pay. Service to, God

, for I should need help; I could not do play her false, flouting her puritan "You' are talking foolishness." her scanning her averted face. should be out of a heart of love for

':" it alone? Do you Imagine that In all codes and defying the.creeds that con- "Every man talks. foolishness once Then: she heard -him laugh bitterly, him.d..

the world there would be even one science dictated.Meantime. In his life I suppose. Perhaps I am discordantly."I Weariness (1:12,13). Because of

person whose, loyalty and affection while Marcia thus wrestled talking It tonight because our time to- have, apparently, expected too the absence of love, the routine of I

::'. -- would survive' so acid a test? Do you with the angel of her best self, Sylvia gether is so short. I am leaving here much of you. I might have known -it priestly duties became irksome. .
know of anyone?" Not teaching the law to the peot)4. ;
the situation with e.
accepted characterIstic tomorrow morning.. would be so. All women are alike.
,: She leaped to her feet. lightness. She knew more already "Stanley !1" They desert a man when; he needs ple (2 :1-9), Those set apart to teacn \,.. '

" "Why do you ask me?" she demanded about men than did Marcla Across the table he caught her hand. them most. The: prospect of sharingmy God's ]law to the people have a great
the gentleness of her voice chilling God will most
", much more. Long ago they had ceasedto "I am'well now and have no 'fur- shame is more than you can bear.". responsibility and as-
to curtness. "You have such ,a help- be gods to her. She jested fearlessly ther excuse 'for imposing on your hospitalIty Again he laughed. "Well tonight shall suredly demand an accounting.

" mate" near you-or should" have." ] with Heath, speaking a language I have accepted every man- be the end-tonIght-now. Don't thinkI 2. Against the people (2:10-17;

, don't understand, pleaded the with which lie was familiar and one ner of kindness from you"Don't -" blame you. It ,Is' not your fault 1 3:7-13).
:: '.' man, puzzled by her change of mood. For ungodly marriages (2:11,12).
that amused him end. .
call It that, she Interrupted. merely rated you too high, Marcia.
t. "Perhaps" we'd better not go into'that Marcia felt jealousy clutching her The mistake "was. _mine-not yours." God's purpose in the' prohibition of
: now, was her "I that he might
response. heart. mixed marriages was
' He left her then.
: 'must go." One day passing through the hall raise up'a holy seed (v. 15). Marriagewith
f Stunned by the torrent of his reproach -
:._ "Walt Just a moment""I she saw' Sylvia's golden head bent over : she stood motionless, watching the heathen would frustrate this
: cannot. I must get dinner. Marriage of the believer
table i purpose.
she dashed off
' the as page after while, without backward glance, he
: "Never mind the dinner! Sometimes
, with the unbeliever today brings confusion -
page of a closely written letter. passed into 'the hall and up the stairs.
there are things more' Important. into the fold of God and turns
It was 'a'pity'the elder woman could
,Even after he was out of sight, she
"To think of that!
a m.an'saying aside his .
.not have read that letter for It would i remained immovable, her frightenedeyes
r--: The ring of the telephone chimed Divorce (2 :13-IG). Divorce In
not only have astonished but also have riveted on the doorway through
::: In with her silvery laughter. Israel was the source of great sorrow.
enlightened and perhaps quietedthe
which he had disappeared
i "I'll go Sylvia," she called with a beating of her troubled heart.It I p Even the tears of the wronged women

r' promptness that Indicated the interruption :- was a letter that astonished Syl- (TO BE CONTINUED) covered the altar '(v. 13)). The offer-

:\4.- was a welcome one. : via herself. Nevertheless, much as Ings of the man who had thus treatedhis
.:: "It's long distance," she called to Bullet-Proof Glass wife would be an abomination to
It surprised her, her amazement In nomay'approached
> Heath. "Mrs. Heath wishes to speak that of young Horatio' Bullet-proof or shatter-proof glass Is God.

r' with you. Slip on your bathrobe and, Fuller when he read !it. made from two- sheets of plate glass C. Public wrongs ((3 :5, 6)).

: come." Now, Horatio's mother was a womanof with a transparent plastic material (1) Sorcery or magical; arts. This

r-- Heath took the receiver from her colorless, vaguely defined personality such as pyralln or cellulose between. Includes the practice of occult sciences,

t:: hand. Indicative of little guile and still The layers are 'cemented together and such! as spiiitism, necromancy, fortune

:. "J an? This certainly Is good of less determination. She listened well, heat and pressure are applied to every telling. /J'

C--. you, dear. Yes, I am much better, never Interrupted ; never offered com- part.. The Britannica cyclopedia givesa ((2)). Adultery. This Is a sin of wider

thank you. Bless your precious heart, ment or advice ; never promised any- description of this laminated glass extent thin: the direct parties con-

. you needn't worry. Currier will be thing; and-yet when she' said, as she and mentions that It is retardent but ceined. It Is a canker];: which gnawsIn
back late tonight or early tomorrow Invariably did, "I'll talk with your not proof against rifle and revolver the very heart of society. Unfaith-

5'". morning and he will tell you how. well father dear," there was always In- shots. An article on glass In "Cfiemis- fulness to the marriage relation shouldbe

" I am progressing.. Yes,.;he has the finite comfort In the observation. try In Industry" mentions re-enforced regarded as a public sin. Such

jewels. Put them In the safe right That was what she said today aftera glass, made by working wire.screening sinners should be ostracized from

.' away, won't you? conversation with Horatio Junior. between two layers of molten glass, or society.

-, -. "I can't say when 1 shall be home. Accordingly] that evening after Hora by fastening several layers of plate (3) False swearing.

Something has come up that may keepme tio Senior had dined, and dined well, #1,7/4 glass together with some plastic or (4) Oppression of the hireling, the

here some time. I cannot explain Mrs. Horatio gently Imparted to Al- gummy cement under pressure. This widow, and the fatherless.
just now. It Is the thing you have states that stand in (5) Turning aside the stranger from
ton City's! leading citizen! the intelligence I :T "I jr authority one can
always predicted would happen to me behind Inch his rights.d. ,
that his son, Horatio Junior, perfect.safety a plate an
sometime. Well, It has happened. Do wished to go east ; that he was In "You-Know," She Faltered Her thick andlet some one fire a .45 caliber Withholding] tithes from God

you get that? Yes I am caught-hard love; that, in short, he wished to Arms Creeping About His Neck. steel-nosed bullet at the plate, while (3 ::1-12), Failure to pay tithes Is robbery -
1_ and fast. It Is a bit Ironic to have withstands 30-30 of God. His claim upon Israel
marry. a plate a ma-
I call It? I
"What else
can was a
.. traveled all over the world and then tenth, plus free will offerings
Horatio Senior raged; he tramped stranger and took me In. It was chine-gun was a
;, be taken captive In a small Cape Cod Our responsibility is to give as God
the floor; he heaped on the head of when
sweet of -especially _
village. I'll let know the first you you
' you us (I Cor 16:1): .
the absent Horatio. Junior prospers
every epIthet knew nothing about me. Now the time. Quaint Clockwork Mannequin
minute I' have anything definite to tell."Goo'dby .
(3 :13.15). They openly -
of reproach his wrath could devIse e. Blasphemy
dear. Take of has come for me to go. Tomorrowm'ornlng'I Every: noon of the year in Rothen- .
God saying that It
the phrases driveling Idiot and spake against ,
self., um giving myself up to the burg, Germany, two windows high in him.
and vain to serve
audacious appearing to afford was profitless
hear voice." puppy Wilton sheriff. the drinking hall open, and two clock-
your him the greatest measure of relief. III. The Awful Judgment Which
"Oh no-no work re-enact the historic "mas-
Heath returned the receiver to Its figures
Nation :1-5 4:1-6)).
hook and In high spirits strode back At last when breathless and panting "It is the ccJy square thing to do, ter drink." A general watches from Shall Befall the (3 ;
whom executed (v, 1). It Is
Horatio like 1. By ;
into his room.Marcia's Senior an alarm clock, isn't it? .one, while In' the other an old-fash
chair ran down and sank exhausted into his lIe rose,and came to her side, slIp- ioned burgomaster raises a huge goblet to be done by the Lord. All Judgment:: t
was empty.
been committed unto the Son of '
chair, Mrs. Horatio ventured the Ir- ping an arm'about her. and tilting back his head, slowly emp-
She nowhere to be .
was seen. ; ,
God (John 5:22,30; cf. Acts 17:30,31)
refutable observation that after all "Marcla. Dearest I I am doing what ties the cup. It was this huge draught
2. The time of (3:2..1 :1). It will
Horatio Junior was their only 'child, you wish, am I not? You "wanted 'me which saved the heads of the city
CHAPTER X and ,Sylvia Hayden was a nice little to go through with it." councilors In 1G31 when Commander be at the second coming of Christ.
John the Baptist was the forerunner of
thing.. This drew fire. She covered her face and he felt a 'l'illytook the city. He had sentenced
will be the
his first coming. Elijah
The days Immediately following were Horatio Senior sputtered something shudder pass over her. .;' the council to death, but mellowed bya of his second coming.
like an armed truce. about "nothing but a penniless school. "Yes. But that was then," she few drinks, he agreed to spate themif forerunner
3. The result (3:3, 4, 16-18; 4:1, 2).
Marcia watched Sylvia. Sylvia teacher-a nobody. whispered.At one could drain in a single draughta
For the righteous; It will be a day of
watched Marcia. Heath watched them Very deliberately then Mrs. Horatio the words, he drew her to her three-quart goblet. An ex-burgomas healing and salvation ; for the wickedit
murmured pleasantly that If she remembered feet and into his arms. ter did, though he fell In a swoon after-
of and de-
both.When wilt be a day burning
however 'no further refer- rightly this had been the "Marcla, beloved I .I love you-love ward.' struction.

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OUR COMIC SECTION THIS WEK', rather than of means, that -
men fail of :
',. success.-Rochefoucauld.. ,
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"My ;Empiri;" Wants Peace a

- "ME, Too," Say Selassie DOCTOR: KNOW -!
THE FE e PI' : Popguns for Uncle "Sam ,

"((au'D 1"HIJ..Irlie'j'V England's S900,000OCiKMore,lord( high chancellor. Viscount Mothers read this: '1
-- THE I. CANT NEAR KNOW ENOU6H SNV Hallsham, read the king's speech. THREE STEPS 1

WHAT "THES -rO &-1 "TEN AND .. writtenby the 1TO RELIEVIHOA


FrzoaT ARE IN:- .2SAYING ENJOY THE V q lEr Now '"steps king's"urgently references nee to-,

SHOWOH.FWMBY essarytto'safeguard
-rALKiN( / "
my empire" are recommended cleansing dose today; a smaller
to this quantity tomorrow; less each time, 'I

t 111 government. _W_ until bowels ,need no help at all. j
\ hat n'r': '''em :,
==== '\IV., plre" exactly, but Why do people come home from a ;

Q.Q hospital with, bowels working.like a
we have a republic
-l ) w o r'fo-defendirig; well-regulated watch? .

\, Some of -our* loose The answer is simple, and it's the VI 1
/1 billions might be answer to all your bowel worries if '

well spent In tha you will only realize it:many doctors ':

direction! and hospitals use liquid laxatives.If :1

-..R"r' i -:--: i-: : you'knew what a doctor knows 'J
f BrUbrfe
4'PARDON Ignoring some.Italian you would use only the liquid form.A .

.. ( / friction, the king went on to.say, liquid can always be taken in
: %
_?I! relations, with foreign powers gradually reduced doses. Reduced
ME- --.- -, ," continue friendly." dosage is the secret of any real relief a

, <' : WeLLIT BUT WILLPLEAS& 'fou Mentioning the ItalIan mlsundejr- from constipation.Ask ;

SURE I is NEAR BE SILEN standing continue, he said : "My goverrimenwill a doctor about this. Ask your
to exert their influence.
? IIrAE'Y:: druggist how ;very popular liquid
\ TIME! :- OTHER PEOPLE- in favor o'r peace.' ,If it."does, peace;; -laxatives have become.They give the
HADM'T SToFPEP:" "" will come. .' :' V.: '
,. kind of and
-Tight help, right amount ;
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"""'------ :i of help. The liquid laxative generallyused
l Halle Selassie, emperor of Ethiopia,
is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.It .
sensibly asked the Patriarch Johannes, contains senna and cascara-both

/ supreme authority of the' "EU pian' natural' laxatives that form
tl f can no
.. : ,": ,))1t : '. I Coptic, church, to arrange peace,' If he habit, even in children. So, try Syrup
< v 'can, with Mussolini, and Abuna Cyril, Pepsin. You just take regulated

.- high bishop; of his church, Is asked by doses till Nature restores regularity.
Selassie to' ,do his best.
\ V
And now comes from Universal
: : Service the Important .anth rltnlive'r Itch and Athlete's Foot
: V '- p-ort that Halle Selassie has
agreed liquid
-" One application. Kill Germ kills
: ; V ''to V give part of his territory to ItalyIn parasitic-itch In 30 minutes. It penetratesthe
,, return for peace. pores of the skin and kills the germs of
s Itch, Ringworm Tetter, Eczema and Foot
Itch Poison Ivy Poison Oak. Satisfactory
: Washington says this country plans results or money back. Sold by druggists,sac
O WMtvrn Newspaper Dnlon "' '-'a'series'o'f Pacific ocean ''Glbraltars." or direct en receJ Cl price and lOc postage.

-7 armed with 6-Inch guns with a tlghtl.Ing GEORGIA REMEDY CO., Covington, Georgia

of 25 to; 30 ''miles. Quite
range ;
I'. '-: FINNEY OF TH'FORCE orNUtt Fresh.-. t *.. ];musing, considering'' that the origInal.

,. Gibraltar has become useless rock,.' For ONLY 10/Now

:. r "thanks to airplanes and submarines.Jnvodfng .
rt : i Try this Famous
t Z V l' r; airplanes: mightnot be kind ,
All Vegetable'RfllEa
KW i HAVE THAT H"fFReSfI enough to come within! 2? or 30i.mileof i Laxative- forConstipation.
those Interesting fixed Gibraltars.What .
: 1" LEKRAPI4 v', : ; It
} : this country needs for coast

;. 61RLBACK' YHREIQRRIbSTEp protection airplanes, for fighting, rids the System
I IV' w r'' and
i of Poisons
z T :,:- "-- : 'and dirigibles for observation, located '

: L :- .{ close. enough 'together and high enoughup acts mildly like
.. ;
LAFL@ '"'" '
>- : nature intended ,
In the air to make them. really .jise- *
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ful In the next war1"1: Larger size 2fic.'NATURE'S .

,' .. ....Unele .f-Sarri borrows $900,000,000more I .
$ / ?
., bringing the national debt above POWDER!
,.' '
$30,500,000,000, but':$4. ,OOO, OO; }O' below '

the! : amount that certain "grea BEST ASSISTANT

bankers" told! President Roosevelt this

cqun ry'.. ould easily carry. Congressman -
: ,.; ;Hamilton Fish Jr. wants President !0
7; rib ''" ivhb Pmtnptlle f
; seY lt to tell* the great

,. .;. bankers were, but It Is understood
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., .that they talked rlnlconfidefice.'r '-' For-sufferers from the itching,burn
j .'. .-. ing and irritation of eczema,pimples,

Prince Sumi of Japan, .brother. ''of 'rashes,red,rough skin itching,burn.
SHE'S TOO v WIauTS IT i i WENT mTo THAT the Mikado, fourth son or't 1 late ing feet, channgs, chappings, cuts,

FReSH AMP '\ f ALL BOUT ? ) PLACE To SENT A Emperor Yoshlhlto, takes the title be burns found and by disfiguring anointingith blotches' may

BESIDES t J TeLeKGRAPH AND "Prince :Mikasa:: ," meaning, literally,

__ HAVE ME. ) THAT FRESH GIRD 1.STAR.ep 1.- "Prince-of the Three., Uw.br.el1as." The f1ViiduraINTMENT
READ iT,. name"Three Umbrejlas l ;':" :'taken Yrj)nt
V --iGHT-J To a Japanese mountain-: .and Is also- the

; V much revered ;name of the flagshipon \J

which Admiral Togo fought the
Samplefree. :
..r i s ..battle of, ,tl>ef.'Japan-; ea..v- '"v -'.* ":: "Cutlcura," Dept. 25S, Maiden,Mass

; ; "Three Umbrellas" seems approprl
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.i 4/j i I ate-one for Japan, one for China, one LOST!

: : for the Philippines ; all Japanese. -
V.5. ( sPoor
,"' vl bad case ofConstipation
\ Chlmi. abandons; hope for her
.'. northern territory)' and Its 05,000.000 !

inhabitants, that Japan wants. China Feel fit! Feel like working
IIY suspects that Japan "plans a series of or playing. Enjoy life! A
t 1) prompt sure pleasant way
blows to force the entire Chinese nation to relieve the slowinu-up
Into vassalageA1-()."'r'"/sla' effects of constipation Is to

for Japan" is the Japanese' inotto"and' CLEANSE GARFIELD INTERNALLY-tho TEA-CUP way.

<& Western NswDsper Union Japan knows how to go about It. No Drink a cup tonight Enjoy
tomorrow!(At drug-stores)
signs of "fifty-two members of the
League of Nations" telling Japan, "You
Write tot
::.:: -. Knowing One's Boss THE VERY LIMIT Building Blocks must not." GARFIELD TEA CO., Inc., Dept 60,Brooklyn N.Y.

.: Office Boy (nervously)-Please, sir, I I "Why do they print letters on blocks
.:;:.F;;:.. think you're wanted on the 'phone. for children.?" Senator Borah of Idaho and Congressman -

f.t.:(;:' Employer-You think What's thegood "The custom Is Important In our educational Hamilton Fish, Jr. of New

: ::;',: of thinking? system," said Miss' Cayenne."As York had a long talk, and r porters"guess"
;. :, \;;':; "Well, sir, the voice at the other they roll them about the coming that Senator Borah and Mr.' tVNU 7 50-33(

:, ', '" :.:-:> V end said, 'Hello, is that you you old generation will become familiar with Fish have agreed to run side by sIde

i' :;/ ,;:. --:.: IdiotV "Atlanta Constitution. i all kinds of letter groups to meet all. Senator Borah for President, Mr. Fish
: >;, '.. kinds of economic emergencies. for Vice President. It Is not safe to
._ :.':::t:< Tattered Heroes "guess" about Senator Borah.

:: .u.- .,' "Why Is It girls go so crazy over The Count

:: ,. those battered football players?" Stranger (watching boy fishing)- When experimenting starts, it keeps

':. VV ...,\' "Oh, I guess it's just their craze "Stingy, Isn't he?" How many have you caught, sonny? going. Hitler, manufacturing cannon, Be Sure They Properly

:":: ;'.. ..,.. ..... for remnants." "Very. He can't even enjoy: a. Joke Sonny-When I get another I'll have knows they will need "fodder," and Cleanse the Blood
: at his own expense." : one.-Pathfinder Magazine. Insists on more babies. A German
:.:::j' \ i PLOW 'EM UNDER farmer gets a dIvorce because his wife YOUR I kidneys are constantly hUe,-
',. matter from the blood
Letters Not Returned THE VERY IDEA wants no children. -
stream. But kidneys sometimes lag In I
"It is the duty of German wives to
Angelina-And that
i our engagement their work- do not act as nature In
is ended, will be perpetuate the German blood, the
you good tended-Fail to remove impurities that
enough to return my l letters. s court says. poison the system when retained.

---- ,;',. Edwin-Sorry, but when waste paper Then you may suffer nagging bach
wenttof$5; a'.luTndred pounds I felt Miss Edna Maria Granltsas, twenty- ache,dizziness,scanty or too frequent
'., that I couldn't affofdto' keep them two-year-old member of a Massachu- urination,getting up at night,puffiness
...., longer. '*, setts school committee, says teachers under the eyes feel nervous', miserable
.. much do not let children talk all! upset.
talk too ,
,'. Don't delay? Use Doan's PiIJ,.
The Unpopular Swine enough. She says children should be Doan's are especially) for poorly functioning

/'Why did ancient laws forbid peopleto encouraged to express themselves. The kidneys. They are recommended
Sponger-I old 'eat"pork Massachusetts: lady goes far when she by grateful users the countryover.
ff' suppose, man, you ; ? asled..the, bright. professor -
have laid aside something for'a rainy .- .' says "If a child wants to yell out In Get them from any druggist.THE .

day? "Maybe," said' the*. dumb .,student"they -- class, let the child yell until he decides

Smart-Yes. But -It's,.for my rainy had killed off so many that? nobody -, t'' Spider-Hey, :you fool bug, what do not to yell Discipline is also a part

day, not yours. could afford It." : you thinkll. am; a target: ? of education. I IKInK'
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H Christmas Bogey Is I the canal. A moment later bridge Caloosahatcliee this visit, and when I inquired his Fagg Asks Xmas Aid
" tender N. L. Langdale and others initials he said they should be G for

On The Way Out saw one of his hands come out of George, since whatever had to be For Homeless Children
the water and the side of his head, done that wasn't definitely somebOdy -

,# only to sink before help could be CacographyBy else's job was up to him. I -.
"+ "Krampua", the Christmas bogey : 'i
reckon however
given that you could Faced with a deficit of practically '
_::, -man of Austria and Hungary, apparently A wrecker was hooked onto the < Marjorie B. Wallace call him a resident clerk and not be $10,000 (brought about because the
is on the way out. too far wrong, and his initials are
and after consider-
submerged car Home Society did not want to refuse -
o. This evil fellow is a demon, just II. F. Captain Bartlett has a fine
able difficulty the Model A Ford any homelesschild needing its .
about the opposite of Santa Claus. Looks, by ,gum, as though Dredge
pick-up truck, was hauled out on the radio' in his cabin, along with all care), -The Children's Home. Societyof
:His visit inaugurates the holiday sea- Boat Annie got a scoop. Quote from
bank' There was little damage to the .ho' other comforts of home, and the Florida, and its State Superintendent '
:son-and woe to the little boy or the news story about the Dredge '
car other than a broken windshieldand Davis is all, slicked up and in smooth Marcus C. "Daddy" Fagg -
:girl who hasn't been good when"Krampus" Diesel in the Clewiston paper last
I broken left door glass. The body -i running order. Beautiful Fairbanks- are: making the most urgent appeal ::1
comes down the pike week-"no data is available on the
was not in the car and prepara- Morse Diesel in that dredge; a stea-, to ,the people of Florida that the J
rattling his chains and swinging his dimensions and weight of the machine -
tions were made for dragging the dy, sturdy, reliable machine .capable Home Society has ever issued in Its ;
.switches.He etc." and right in the
canal immediately. The current was 3djOin-I': ,of day-after-day, trouble-free thirty-three years of service to over .t.i
,comes to the door with a great ing column, full information .
swift and it was feared that it would performance. You can walk dry-shod 35,000 homeless, and needy childrenof
,clatter and interviews parents as to mensions, at any rate, and the correct -
take considerable time to locate the to the very brink of the Davis' cut the entire state. '
;the behavior' of their children. If a I horsepower and sizes of pipe I
body but the first sweep from the now. It is an excellent chance to. see
The need is for to )
child hasn't been good "Krampus"I'may 1 and so on. The old lady does getafound greatest money
bridge hooked onto the leather jacket and 'visit the dredge, and to get some 1
the work and to ;
apply the switch or wrap his r ; thanks, to her good ,friends. carry on great ,
( he was wearing and he was haul-
(Chains about a boy and threaten to The Diesel is digging, but it's too (Continued on page 4) provide the barest necessities of life .j
!carry him away. ed ashore \vhere'xelatives: took cold this week to take the alternative for the scores of little helpless,

But the days of this unpleasant charge of the body. boat trip or muddy walk downto homeless children now under the

fellow seem to be numbered. The ,--- ,- -- --- see,'how she's coming along.' society's care.

psychiatrists are against him, charging The; Dania: is digging her way The.. second urgent appeal is for

that he sometimes frightens through the, shoals up to Hudnuts children's ,wearables.-for boys and

) children so thoroughly they tremble + Corner:where she will start work on "IiII Upll miN girls from babies up to sixteen yearsof ,1

for days. And this year religious authorities : + the MacKenzie .contract.' Last I heard I age. New and used clothing, underwear

: condemned him, asserting + she was about a mile this side of hats, caps, sweaters, shoes,
\\ 5, his origin is, pagan and that he Ft. Denaud, so she hasn't far to go.I I stockings and baby garments will all
"" should have no place in a season of The cut through LaBelle will pass : be gladly welcomed. Thirdly, donations -

good will. -Miami Herald. tMay- within a quarter mile of our, house, of staple groceries, canned ;

+ so I'll have a grandstand seat for I goods, preserves, meats, fruit, vegetables '

Negro Is Drowned In ( 0 B that part of the show, and don't believe -I candies, toys, nuts. Anything
it. th31''children can eat will be greatly
I won't use ;
Three-Mile CanalMoore appreciated.The .
MacKenzie has 3,000 feet completed -

on the Monighan section and I society has its largest receiving

( Haven Democrat) another 1,000 feet under way whichhe 1 home and family of children at

Son Hubbard, known to many as t935 hopes to have finished by Christ! 2560, Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville

Duke, cane cutter for the U. S. Sugar mas. He's striking a peculiar rock and has branch receiving

Company at the Benbow Camp, formation and doing quite a bit of It is our sincere wish that this homes at 802 S. Pennsylvania, Lake-
this joyous Christmas season his land and 708 East Jordan St., Pen-:
was drowned in Three-Mile canal blasting. The rock ridges cross Christmas may be one made of ,
:about eight o'clock Sunday morning be but a forerunner of the happi- cut transversely at queerly regular sacola, where all or any articles oth-
dreams come true- that is
when his car plunged off the abutment ness and prosperity that will be intervals; narrow "hog backs" of er than cash can be sent. All money

of the highway bridge while it, yours throughout the year. hard rock with softer dirt between.I'd wholly glad-really the best you should be sent to R. V. Covington y

was open for the yacht, Pioneer, to : rather like to know the where- and yours have ever had.. Treasurer, 428 St. James Building, Tye

-pass through. fors of the geological structure Jacksonville.No .

Witnesses said that he was driving ...... hereabouts-it doesn't seem to have gift or donation can be ton

at a 'high rate of speed as hi; any rhyme or reason whatever. The large or too small to be of very gen-
:made the turn back of the Moore Ha- finished section of Mr. Mac's job is Standard .Oil Co. uine help. Everybody' is invited to

ven Hotel onto the bridge approach. Wells-Royal Lumber just what we expect-and get, ,which help provide a real Christmas for
Apparently he never noticed the is something else ''yet again-in his J. A. McGehee, Agent these homeless and, needy little ones

open bridge until too late to stop, Company work; accurate, painstakingly gra- of all creeds-from wee, babies up
the car breaking the chain barricade ded, satisfactory in every respect. to sixteen years"of'ager "----""

and plunging halfway* across And, by tile way, the operators of
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doing the slope grading, deserve
I much of the credit for this fine result -
and they hereby publicly get '.,'
i: such credit; hats off to Max Cole,

J- sfl' A. E. MacMulllan, Tom Foster, A. 4/I'
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C. Newsome and Burley Sanders.
They've done a beautiful job. "

'(Jim Stockiey says I've got the "

wrong system on this reporting. He r '

says you never get anything for all 't. b-. .
this laudation and praise, but if I'd .- .
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just "give 'em 'ell" a few times I .. '. ., _
might draw a nice bribe. ,Maybe I'll ; 1. :" A

try it, at that.) 1J1 .;:

Red Vaughn is back with Uncle '\d :

I OWL Scrrum { ood Jh.es and will be on the Dania, and is go- : f !;

ing to bring Ruth and Buddy over ,. .
to LaBelle to live; all of which ': ". .. .

") sounds good to the Wallace clan, ; .', "
Valuable assets cannot ell be shown in figures. Among who have excellent reasons to re-: .," 1
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i our most valued assets are the good will and 'friendship of our member pleasantly many an occasionin ,1
the Vaughn apartment at Clew- 1\Ia' known:1:
:. this Christmas be the brightest you have ever
patrons. The spirit of the reason brings to us' renewed appreciation iston. ... t!

You should see that 10-B steam : nay it be n'season of plenty and joy. :
i of old associations and the value of new friends. '
", I hammer I told you about driving ;
May your Christmas be very happy is the wish of foundation piles out at Ortona. Theygo i ,'" di ::1

down with no more seeming effort \ "'
than it would take to stick .a GLADES POWER AND LIGHT. CO. ,
toothpick into a piece of cheese. New

CLEWISTON SUPPLY COMPANY'I. piling was coming in yesterday .on .-.' .
the big lumber trucks and was being
skidded down into the hole with

many a crash and bang. One North- ,

west was digging .out riprap area, -. -. ,.,. ----. .

the Marion was still on the spillway ,-
excavation, Mr. Lawler was out I
looking the job over, Stiles was tak-
ing pictures, "Uncle Joe" Spadarowas LET I D4; C1-I f R"

p wandering around looking lost,

\ our old friend George Caldwell was { t9J 4
I :4 trying to look as if he knew how to TOAlL

c sharpen a crosscut saw, 'Hanson and
Pop yere- hunting some elusive yard-

OUR WISH d y 's age, Phil Davis was inspecting the -

L pile driving, Broadfoot..was in Clew- :1t:
TO YOU Y ti iston and Jimmy 'Loftln and the rest $ S
of the inspectors were as -
planting stakes. If all the stakes

Jimmy has put in around Ortona

were laid end to end, they would 4 '
wonder up in Ocala, where that long
pole came from. And speaking of
w."Cf'C c 4N
.io Ocala, if you haven't read the articlein
the December 14 Collier's, "Split-

ting Florida", beg, borrow, buy or
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It's been good-mighty good-to know you and do business steal a copy and read it. May every hour of Christmas day be gay with cheer, may

with you. We've enjoyed serving you during the year and wo! I The Davis-and isn't a bit funny friends make bright and glad the way and may all the joys
that all three dredges on the Job be-
now::.:sincerely. wish that this Christmas season will find you I Ir gin with a "D"-is nearly throughone that memories hold dear at this season be joined in merry

happy and prosperous. I I cut and is coming head on into
, I another and much longer walk symphony.
across land. I asked Captain Bartlett ,
\ I what yardage he was getting, Elbert L. Stewart
t and he opined that one man's guess

, #! _Us Be Your Druggist was as good as another's, and he

thought about 10,000yards a day,
maybe, Met one Mr. Payne on board : ___-____ ",1 '

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ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH AND with his wife and children. candidate in the June Democratic
RECTORY IS REDECORATEDG. I :Mr. Thomas is an expert in his primaries for governor of Florida, .
work and Is said to be exceptionally replied: i
Small and a group of paintersand good at baking, especially in cakes "Of course I expect to be elected .. 1 :1 :
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a crew of carpenters are working for special occasions. your next governor; also I expect to f .:
this week on painting the exterior witness:: personally, a Gator football (; i I
,of the church and rectory and CARTER GATORS TO team winning a Rose Bowl game i; 1! :Hs
making some necessary repairs in WIN ROSE ,BOWL BATTLE during my tenure of office." :s.; 'Q I
preparation for the Christmas season -- Carter explained that a winning 't\ 1ri" \
Tallahassee, Dec. 11 (SpecIal- University of Florida football team jjf' .., /! \\ %..... ,
t -One candidate for governor wants would give to the state "advertising :"Vf.l:Vk! '>I a ':
NEW CHEF ARRIVES ATWATANABE to see the University of Florida develop that will help us sell Florida and get 1 ,rrrr' 4 ;I
HOTELJ. a foot ball team of Rose Bowl m'ore fun out of life." i Ii

E. Thomas of Bradenton has ac- calibre.Replying to a letter of inquiry RELIGIOUS LEADER IS '\ 11. !&}
ri. ,
cepted a position as chef at the Watanabe from a member of the University of WINTERING IN FLORIDA .YULETIDE
Hotel and moved here Sunday Florida alumni,' Jerry W' Carter, CHEERMay
I Miami, Dec. 13 (FNS-Dr.

Frank N. Buchman, founder of the '.'
I II I Oxford Group and one of the world's .
outstanding contemporary religious the ship of good fortune at Christmastide hold a cargoof

'.;":.:.;:.:-.... .....". 'f"'<(f .::..(..::'.i. leaders, arrived here last week and ., :
I ::'.::"., -iZ r ;":::; will remain for a few, weeks at Dr. contentment and sail with you throughout the year.:
Oc Harvey Kellogg's Battle Creek Sani-
("i tarium, Miami Springs.Dr. .
...'j\ Buchman has just returned
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r, stir' 'f! v. v from a triumphal tour of Scandinavian CLEWISTON LAUNDRY
,\ : .. ::,:,:t countries, where his public. meetings -
I attracted as many as 25,000
; people at one time. Dr. Buchman
I and a small group of his workers are
We Extend Out- J I here in a strictly private capacity.
BestVishes is a.. I No public sessions are planned In '
Florida at this time although Dr.
;, .JX, 1 Buchman expressed the hope that he .
and his group might return later in

an official capacity.The .
'"spiritual revolution" whichis I
Whether it's a White Christmasor s
one of the cardinal teachings of I .
When all the good wishes expressed -
a Green One
the Oxford Group, is to be' attained,
by your friends have been "" May it be a Merry One they believe, through regenerationof \1 S H g NG YOU '
entire nations as well as through
summed up-just remember that
intense personalization of Chistianity -
our wish is that every one of these such as is sought in the "house
wishes may come true. The EvergladesMrs. parties" combining social and spirIt- r ri s-tm {i $

M. H. Crouch ual activity that first drew' public
attention to the movement.
Mrs. E. L. Stewart .
The Watanabe
Russell Firestone, son of Harvey
Fireston, of Akron, an active convertof
Mrs. Mertie Van do Velde, Mgr
the Oxford Group, lectured on the
subject at the First Baptist Church

-. II'I had the opportunity to say a c '
final word to all the young peopleof

.- : America, it would be this: Don't Business is not always business. In dealing with it
; you
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and : to 'cultivate the habit of thinking of has been a pleasure. We hope this pleasure has been mutual

others; this will reward you. Selfish- and extend our hearty greetings for every happiness.
J-appiness ness always: : brings its own revenge.It .
cannot he escaped. Be unselfish.
.OurVish That is the first and final command- LAKE DRUG COMPANY
ment for those who would be useful
\ and happy in their usefulness.-Dr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Grady Niblack
Charles W!. Eliot.

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The Citrus Products Laboratory is

directed by H. W. Von Loesecke, -
who is now working with Festival

officials in arranging for an excep-
tionally fine exhibit of the work of
his laboratory at the coming Florida .
Orange Festival, to be held,here Jan- ;
Just to greet our friends, to extend good wishes, to thank "
uary 27 to February 1st.

them for past kindnesses and to wish them as we wish you- ',"-, .
Interesting Relict >
Life's Best in a Very Merry Christmas. .
A London woman says she has In f .
her possession the first pair of rubber
galoshes ever made In that country
The>' ronld never lime been worn by ,-
howe for each shoe Is
unjoin1. >er.
John Elmore Pete Chagaris in'x! 1\-,*- Indies long They were I -" .
m.Ml: tll'' IIU' irrcMi;, exhibition of 18f;)>] ', '
tolu..\\ tll! !' |'i.i"..''lliillt:>' of rubber' 08: I J ;: ii,
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At 1IIIIIul! : 11ic wedding\ ring Is n ecJ.
by nliiiiKt I nil pi-nples as u symbol olmarring.
g J1 Its origin; I Is In rlruht S utKuttrlhute > I
It to tin Vikings. Mil its ns<' PACKING COMPANY.
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Christmas CantataF FATTER AND FULLER .

) Ct'i. World's True Light" STOCKINGS FORECAST

;. I)\': By R. 'M. Stults. ." FOR CHRISTMAS DAY

Is To Be Given
CHICAGO-That Christmas stock- .

Sunday Evening, December 22nd at Eight o'clock ing is going to be fatter and fuller j
than it has been for some five yearsif
the supplying of demands of deal- 4
At 'The this past .. I
ers at the Merchandise
,'. ._ .. ..J:. Mart here is any indication of- '=' :-: ;-.':. ,'. ':."." :r---.' ., :'.' t, >($ ..: :; .1 I

High School oAuditorium business conditions. : ,- .
Don't forget to look around out-
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side the stocking too, for we are told ':" .. = i
that little things for the home, like
refrigerators, waffle irons, washing ,
machines, and vacuum cleaners have
Came Upon", Carol................................................................... Chorus been selling in much larger quan-

Invocation ........................................................................ Dr. D. J. Williams tities. Then too, there might be secluded ,

"No Candle Was There", Lehmann .................................................... Trio I down in the toe of the stocking -

"O Little Town", Carol .__.................................................__.............. Chorus a little piece of luxurious jew

"Bethlehem", Bowker ...........................................................:............ Octet ,elry, for it is reported that for the .

"Silent: Night", Carol ........................................................--............-- Chorus first time since old depression came'to '.,. "
Announcements ........................................................................ Dr. Williams town, people are beginning to buy I
pins, watches, and rings. .
'The World's True Light" Luxury items which have been ."' ", '
out of the reach of the averageAmerican's "; !'"
purse are again passing '
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I 1. "Break Forth", Chorus, Solo ...................:........................ Mr. Wright across the counters of shops it is : ." ... : -
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2. "The Lord Himself", Solo ................................................ Mrs. Lawler reported here. The output of flat silver -i ..- ". .. ; .. :

3. "He Shall Be Great", ................--..............................................' Chorus rings, wrist watches, necklaces .. ,. \ ,:
has been stepped from 10 to 50 r ,. ,
4. "The Light of Men", Chorus Solo ..................................... Mr. Smith per cent, according up to T. J. Reed .;.:'r.The/?'! \ \.

5. "0 Word of God", Chorus ..................................:..... Women's Quartet general manager of the Merchandise -.-' .; .
6. "The Virgin Birth", Solo .Airs: Potter Mait. h .
Nb. 7. "Thou Didst Leave", Chorus, Solo .................................... Mrs.. Potter Furthermore, it is evident that :. -':: .:
I l.- 8. "While Shepherds Watched", Chorus, Solo ......................... Mr. Small people are entertaining more by the Way You Want It -

I 9. "Now When Jesus", Men's Chorus, Solo ................:....... Mr. Yenawine quantity sales of evening clothes I

10. "Light of Light", Chorus ...:...............'....................... Mixed Quartet for men and women, buffet supper I

11. "Christ, the Light", Chorus, Solo ........................................ Mr. Small service trays, hot plates, hors!

I 12' "Hail the Lords Anointed", .............................................:.......... Chorus d'oeuvres holders, and glassware, exhibitors : ,
; When You Want It "
of manufacturers' goods at ,. .." ..
the Mart agree. :. : ..' ,

Grace Allen ';",> ,'. Frank Wright Having the largest floor space of ; '. 5, ,,
any building in the world, the Merchandise -
Peters ; P'
: ..:,>: ":.... .: .. Loren Rosenberg Mart now houses 600 \ '
Lawler ..., : ..... some '
Kay t : '
,.. ,.. Ivey M.. Pafford exibitors [ .: And Priced Right
of \
Rae Poto Crabb ,. -.. ;; i..I : ;(... _, ., manufactured items'I ..
Magda Potter :" Marshall YenawineMamie ranging all the way from women's
Lawson hose and gloves to sewing machinesand ,
King'i Jones
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Ruth Vaughn '..- :-:.::? f- :- ;;- .: Dennis Small beds. "'r ... -. .
".: ';: Walking down its than 1
Mina Niblack .. : 'i : more six '
Irma Smith ." .. \ .' llASSOSChristine miles of corridors, lined with win- -i .
Doty '.,. .. ... > dows reaching to the floor, is like .I \ n--
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'. :".' ". Robert N. Smith having the show-case of the world I '
ALTOS- .'. : '. ;VJ-.", : ; spread out on either side.
:: ." .: Kurt Woodward ".' : ," '. .' .
Josephine Miner '. There are radios galore. This in- Co'.y: : :. ; : :: : Fi' .
Viola Owen : Albert L. Hackett dustry reports that sales of large < '.;
Harold ,....: ; ;
Nelle Moltz "- L. Tucker console-type receivers' have in- -, ,
Marion Leydig John H. Doty creased from 25 to 40 per cent over "

Ruth Knight Jim Beardsley the midget style, indicating more
money for buying more luxurious
I -. _PianistMrs. Josephine Knight It Is '
--- u goods. expected that the total '
increase of radio sales for the year i''; Let s' Know Your Needs

will be around 30 per cent. This I : .' .
I means that sales will reach more 1
than 5,000,000 units. In 1929 the

I ( t. : ficials production report.As was. 4,438,000, Mart of- -::J! :t :;,i;:; ':::;, :.:, t::;.:: _: ; : '
i' retail sales out in the country .

Yuletide. have increased from 4 ,to 15 percent ..1) : ;s- :;: .- ."
,, during 1935's first 10 months ':.

Cxveetin 95 the again dealers in anticipation have had of to the stock Christ-up t i JJ i; :f"t f"\-

119 mas rush, it is found. Registrationsat
35 the Mart for September and Oc \
tober-the months when orders are

placed for most of the holiday mer-

chandise-were 16 cent higher < : .
per ..,. .;'" l :. ,_ "
than a year ago at this time and '

purchases were up 18 per cent, according 'f; if.n: ;; A': ; J t;:: ,;:,: '
I to Mr. Reed. :,? { 't:
"Things for the home" will take a ,, .... .% ...
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I II big share in the Christmas gift-giv- ..

To those whose friendship has ing, it is anticipated. After all, it

II I was the house furnishings which suffered ..' .: '; ..... '.'1".n.'I.<'-.r-r.--. ..;..... .-. ,; '.:: : .' ,';.
meant so much to us we extend much during the depression. '" ,
A family really could sit in the same
the Season's '.
BEARDSLEY Greetings.MR. old chair even if it was a little shab- I
I I. by, and 'use the same old draperiesand ; ., The Clewiston News

:I: depend upon the refrigerator
to lengthen its service by a year or .....
two. Potatoes and rent came first.

I ( But now, with a little more in the
: family purse, it looks as thoughthe
ty Christmas tree might shelter a r r
shining white refrigerator, a new

i easy chair, or perhaps a glittering .
chromium toaster. -

i it According to federal census statis-
tics, 57 per cent of the nation's
housewares manufacturing concernsare
located in the Midwest district,
and their production represents 46
per cent of the total annual valueof
such goods produced. The total

CHRIST AAS production tops the billiondollarmark.

., This section produced $66,334,000of
GR ETIN GS the more than $117,000,000 worth
I I .; sold in 1933, or 56 per cent, accord-
, ., r ing to a survey made recently by the
Merchandise Mart officials. In refrigeration -
both ice and mechanical,
: : Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michi- [MWisJunq You fealth Happiness
gan and Ohio produced more than

t : half the national total of more than Now listen, old friends, To us it is jolly
___ wishes $140,000,000. As for electrical appliances -
Christmas and may Good Times nd Good including stoves, washing It's Christmas today, ._ And merry and gay,

l Fortune be with you at Christmas and follow you throughout machines, grills, percolators, toast- And it doesn't matter Because folks like you
the ers, vacuum sweepers, waffle irons
I!! year. and the like, the figure for this area What other .folks say *. Have made it that way!

I .i was $35,890, or 49 per cent of the '. .t\;
national total of $73,751,000, Mart
GULF REFINING COMPANY officials claim. -Christian Science


s Distributor Diverse Retails CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY;

l. Old age brings. quietness to man and
,. noise to an' automobile,- an.a city -- ,
Star. ,

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SUGGESTS PLANTING arrived here last week and has established IMPORTED TO HIGHLANDS CO. this breed were recently sold by the bulls on the range, but will give

convention headquartersat Everglades Experiment Station hereto them supplemental feeding this
the New Florida hotel. W. 8. Pearce, Fort Bassinger. winter.
Devon bulls will be given a .
BANANA LILIES NEAR The convention which will be held thorough.trial In a Highland county Cows of the Devon breed have ;
here March 6-7 is expected to attract herd of range beef cattle It Is an- proven their worth in the productionof Diverse Retail

state and county officials, mayors Hume, assist- both beef and milk, and this
LEVEE AROUND LAKEOne nounced by H. Harold Old age brings quietness to man and
and many prominent citizens from ant director of research with the breed Is gaining favor among rang noise to an automobile.-Kansas City
the several states bordering the high- Florida Experiment Station In cattlemen for building up native Star.

of the best suggestions that way.Local
city officials are making
has been made ito increase wild .
elaborate plans to entertain the visItors ll e l !
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ducks in this country was that of W.
while the newly established -j:jII.
J. Horsley of :Miami. He remarkedit
convention bureau is busy sendingout !
would be wise if the state would .
invitations and publicity ,to all
plant banana lillies in the water a-
Taft Highway territory. Large motor
round the edge of the new dike surrounding -
delegations are expected from
Lake Okeechobee.First "
Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, .. ..".,
off he makes it plain the ._,,-.Z. ,
Michigan and other states. !l ,',',,:. \
game and fresh water fish department 'J':' 'J
of the state has the money to '

do this. An appropriation was madeat CaIoosahatcheeCacography ; : :: : .

the last session of the legislature .' ?' ':'..".' '*& :->..>-: :-t ;,,; ";*-* ;
for a sum of $2,100 to be used to .
pay for the information and conviction -

of those who violate game laws.: .
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To date only $800 of this sam has
been used. (Continued from Page 1, Section 2) :. :. .

:Mr. Horsley suggests that a partof fine pictures if that is your hobby.As ,"" .,, ; ,, .. ...._.__..,...*. __ ..,. '. '
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the balance be paid for the ban- the captain and I were talkingat -'. ''' :"" ; .'., :). .- 'I\'.'. ': \ ....1\i,."_g.v: .. :.. .:.' .
ana lillies and their planting.It the rail we saw some men walking : : 'A .' : : : ; '>
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was the suggestion of Bob down the field towards the dredge ;jXi .'. ;< /.;;::; ::i ; r
Aiken, Miami sportsman, some and I wondered audibly if they were .:; .

months agothat the Dade county; affer jobs. Captain Bartlett said, I < ='-,.'; : .'. ..,' '. "':' :,-

cure chapter. the banana Isaac Walton lillies and League give thema pro- "No.pockets.They've No man got their ever hands.In came huntinga their Iy IT ; :. ;l tMirry"Christmas';;:/ : .\ : ;: : '" ;

trial. It said these had been
was .
job with his hands in his pockets. ., ,-/' ,',T.. 1" and ':, .
instrumental in bringing many more Quite.true, they were just looking.No i a ; < ;

had canvas been back there ducks for to years Louisiana before than the Kollum next week. I'll be too t; \. :: :;:!; <. F I '

busy with Merry Christmas and all :
planting. tf- r.: Happy New Year c : ; : i..
that. But I'll be back with all the "e" '. if'I
Accordingly, the league bough
latest news in two weeks, and in the
the lillies, sending to Louisiana for
meantime I wish you, individually
same. Since these were planted
and collectively, sincerely and earnestly -)
sportsmen have kept close watch on '!
a very happy holiday season.
them and these are reported to be

doing very nicely.

Mr. Horsley believes that .sufficient Welsh Flannel Prized

test has been made to insure a 'Flannel made in Wales from the

successful growth, and believes thatno wool of the native mountain sheep
better place than the rim of Lake baa the highest reputation. : >" .' '

Okeechobee could be found for them. I I r;;. / Clewiston Home Building Association : : I

It is a good idea and should receive .: .
the support of Florida sportsmen.St. .- :. .

Petersburg Sunshine Special. BUYCHRISTMAS _. .;i .,' ;:. ....i: :'J-' ..1i'lI
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The' Christmas tree, like the old I >* : > ::: : :' : ::: 'I

gray The, mare fragrant, ain't and what forthright it used to ever-be. | --v ,, ,-,, -, v ?, .. : > ., ,

green, hung with strings of popcorn 'lI" w'oj

and cranberries, has given way to '.
the modern trend. '
Nowadays your Christmas'' tree hasa L .

definite part in your decorating HELP ,
scheme. No longer do you have to FIQHT ttert rrrsr2t2 7r r rr3 rfo-r t rD1)rDr ... .... ] .. t .. 1tI

stick to the traditional Christmas TUBERCULOSIS 0

color of green and red. .

You may have a silver tree, a
shining white one, or you may hang
your packages on a tree of bright '

?"; blue.tions changes Strangely do in not the enough detract most, from beloved these its drastic beautyor tradi- I4 c j ,v, .;:1h1' .'.: ; b:;( ':; : : af ::' i. /;,?;: i i :

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its charm. As :
a matter of fact : .. ) '
they make the family Christmas tree I' : > .

more gay and brilliant and generally '- .' '. -;; : : : 0S ; .. .
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exciting than ever before. I ; : .
' You may spray your tree with a rp\i t..... :: .'. QCoxblaY! 1'-\.;.'{. : \- <'.;. .'. '
solution that will make it as frosty ': ;' '" ,;, '
is white and sparkling as if it had just J? .: t. 'j'"t"t'; ; =: "

?'. arrived from the Arctic Circle on ,; <'<: "

f Santa's sleigh. .
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Drug stores and department stores I '
: are showing all kinds of new tricksto i : ;> .

transform the Christmas tree. ; '
(" Most of them are sprays. There is '. ,:

:,. one solution that turns it silver, and I : (greeting!)
q' another that makes it a bright elec- As 'Christmas rolls around our

;; tric blue. thoughts revert gratefully to those
t A shining white ,. .
tree, with balls of
who" have made possible our progress ; ..
;, : '
.';: blue blue and electric silver, or with tiny bright :. We extend our heartiest ..... ., :> ':" :,:, : ;; ,;" ,'t:, '._" .. -:: ,<;' ''..:.
candles, qualifies as a '
f' thins as beauty, if not a joy forever. greetings. :; .. ::.' ,r ->rr-, ". -'- .' : "" '" .,. :.h :
*'/ : -' : > :
'.. And a tree of vivid blue achieves :; ; j >

{: grandeur : _
festoons of white cellophane .
Turner's Barber .
' icicles and red and silver Shop t h

;:.. stars.-Exchange. I II I '" : 'Jo; .Qttt : :5rienb '% -tF'ttron54" A :1 ." J::"'" -

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' '. .. Dallas, Texas, Dec. 19 (FNS).-- .
.' Work commenced this week on a

.'.: landscaping and beautification pro-
: gram to cost a quarter of a million

dollars and designed to transformthe

Texas Centennial Exposition

?.::' park into a veritable fairyland of i
semi-tropical beauty. ,
::;:.. Centennial officials have Invited t S.

:,:.: Florida to participate with a display .i..1, '1 .r <, te.ri. .
of tropical trees, shrubs and plants
- typical of this state. a s. .. rP ;r.
;i' Four 'huge courtyards, each of : r

them 100 by 175 feet, are to be established Christma5Greettno5 I yfT."v.' .-.i.iV "
alongside the Esplanade v'.: v '

, of States, the great expanse between

C t:: lion the main dollar entrance Texas Hall gates of and State.the milt We know no truer word.-no songno ',;"1>;::;. .:: The Clewiston :Newsr.r >-:' :!"I'..:;}" ::
"''r.' Each of these courts will be land- poem that expresses our .. :' \ ',::;. ,; '.. scaped with
artistic plantings of ;
: .. .. ..
sentiments. better than a simple ..l
palms, bamboos, magnolias, Spanish > @ -- 1f': -L.' ,
dagger, palmetto, pine, oak and Merry Christmasand

many plants and shrubs typical of God Bless You! ,.

southern states. '." ..

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Lakeland, Dec. 19 (FNS).Frank -"
Holder, executive secretary of the .
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