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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 10, NUMBER 45 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1030 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR



CONTRACT IS LET' 1 Celebrates Tenth Anniversary I RED CROSS OFFICIAL FIRST CONCRETE IS



i FOR SURFACING I II I HERE IN INTEREST OF i POURED ON TENNIS


I ROAD TO MILL I M ANNUAL ROLL CALL: COURTS IN PARKThursday



j Bids opened last Thursday by the C. F. Rowland, Florida Field Rep morning the first con-

State Road bepartment 'in Talla- resentative for the American Red crete was poured on the tennis courts:
being placed on the Clewiston Re
hassee showed that the Ebersbach Cross met here yesterday afternoon '
Work's Ad-
creation park; a Progress
Construction Company of Tampa was -: with officials of the Clewiston ministration project with the vari-

the low bidder on the one mile of Chapter to assist with plans for put- ous civic organizations acting as I
road surfacing on Road 279 from ting on the annual roll call drive for sponsors. I

'J' road 25 south to a point near the new members. He was very much en- Three of the concrete slabs have already

I sugar house ofthe United States Sugar couraged over the prospects here and been completed, about one
Company. Their bid was $14- in every section of the state he has
4' total be
I ? fourth of the to poured.
frl.a
691.16 and it is understood from > ?: t' visited and stated that it looked likea
First work done was on the south
I reliable sources that the contract banner year for the roll call.
end of the courts and the slabs pour-
was awarded at once and a work Attempts are being made to increase .
ed run half the length of the court.
order will be Issued Immediately.The the national membership this
The ,three completed slabs are on the
Ebersbach Company is now : year from four to five million and
east 'and west side of the courtsand
r at work on a section of Conners after the effective work done by the
in the center, each being about ten
; Highway near Canal Point and with organization in disaster this year it
____ ________ __ ened sufficiently the forms \vl\\. be
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machinery so near it is likely that is felt that the goal is not too
feet wide. When these have hard-
"' ) not much time will be required to
i high.Mrs. removed and the two spaces between
I move here and complete the short The Clewiston Community Church R. Y. Patterson, chairman ,
I will be filled after which the same
of the Clewiston chapter has been
Y, I II I job.A process will take place on the north
State Road engineer crew moved active in making preparations for
I I joint
I I i end of the courts. The only
I In this week and are headquarteredat the membership drive here. The will be in the center of the court
the Clewiston Inn J. T. quota has been set at 100 and El-
Singleton ]I
Community Church Will I I where a one-inch expansion joint will
cf Lakeland is the project engi- bert L. Stewart has been selected be left immediately under the net.
to act as roll call chairman, having
neer and Ed W. Correll, Jr., of Bra- The concrete is five and a half inches
denton and C. H. Journigan of Lake- handled this work very capably for
II
Celebrate 10th thick and is being reinforced with
land are his assistants. They have Birthday several years. Mrs. Patterson states heavy wire. Local material is being
the that the drive will begin in earnest
already started on engineeringwork I
I
used and the finished job is very
preliminary to the surfacingand I next week and that she, with a
good.
will no doubt remain as the inspection 1 Special services have been arranged group of assistants will make a can-
crew while the work is un- Plans Underway For I for Sunday at the Clewiston vassvof the town for memberships.Mr. Just east and nortli of the tennis

derway. Community church to celebrate the Rowland, stated while here courts workmen are excavating
Work has also 4 been started by Sugar CelebrationAs I tenth anniversary of the church's that the Red Cross had spent about preparation for pouring the shuffle-
'
plans'are million dollars relief workin board courts as soon as the tennis
and
I the county on the marl 'base from I organization being eight on
Florida had received less than courts are completed. A layer of
: made to accomodate the largest con- and
the end of this surfacing project to
the time draws for the muck, almost a foot thick, is being
i the Hooker's Point bridge where it near gregation the church has ever seen. one fourth of that amount back in ,
I will connect with the section where great celebration which will mark I Rev. ,Alexander Linn, of Lakelandwill memberships during the past eleven removed and sand'before this hole will be backfilled is-

I I the bas has already been laid thru the ending of the fifth successfulcane be the guest of honor on th 'oc- years. The one dollar membershipfee I with concrete for
, I Hooker's Point to the county line. growing season in the Ever- I' casion and will be the guest speakerat goes half to the local chapterand poured to' insure a good base

I The road department also decided glades and will usher in the sixth the evening service. ,Dr. D. Jen half to the national organizationto the slabs.

i to call forbids on December 1 season which promises at this time kins Williams, pastor of the church carry on disaster work, hospitali- Over the east half of the block approximately -
for the construction of an additional to be the most successful of all, will have charge of all services while] zation and first aid work. Salaries of eight hundred yards of
I 14.67 miles of the new road 26 Chamber of Commerce officials are officials of the church will also take executives and field men are paid sand has been hauled in and spread.

from South Bay to Miami. This sec- busily engaged in shaping their part. from an endowment fund which has This has already been planted In
and to conclude all dwindled since the World War from grass and it is understood that this
tion is between Twenty-Mile Bend plans attempting Many of those charter membersof '
and the Palm Beach county line in arrangements for the celebration as the church still reside in Clew- about sixty million to three and a section is ready: to be turned over

: Broward county. Bids for a four mile soon as possible. iston and although some of them half million. to the city by the WPA for main- '

f' section of grading and paving near James E. Beardsley, secretary of are not members at this time, special Clewiston has always contrib- tenance. The plan of the park necessitates -
Carnestown in Collier county was the organization, has issued several invitations have been issued to themto uted liberally when calls were made the removal of .several
also opened last Thursday with Cone hundred invitations to men of importance attend and reserved seats will for special disaster funds. It is felt I trees in the middle of the block.

Brothers of Tampa submitting the over the entire country and probably be provided for-them, Am- that she will, this year, contribute) Some of these have been replanted

I low bid.Nimrods. every day is receiving great stacksof ong these are: Mrs. W. C. Owen, F. as loyally to a membership drive. around the edges- of the park while

regrets and acceptances. The num- L. Williamson, D.. G. Alston, Mrs. I it has been necessary: to haul oth-
In Woods As ber of acceptances almost balancesthe Robt. George, T. P. McBride, J. R. Bean Market Shows ers to other parts of town for trans I
number of regrets. Mr. Beards-I Alston, Lillah Barrett Donovan Mrs. planting. Along the extreme eastside

Hunting Season Opens ley states, so it is probable that the J. M. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. 'C. Steady Gain This Week I of and the 'plot the, between street, the the Garden row of
town will entertain the occasionone palms
on I Hooker and Mrs, C. M.. Allen. Their
: has made a rooting bed for
of the largest groups of prom- names were all affixed to the, appli- Club
Hunting season opened today and inent men in its history. cation for charter for the church. Farmers of this section were greatly shrubs. Here a large number of .

Clewiston, no different from' any The spirit of the celebration. Souvenir programs have been encouraged this week as a steady plants and shrubs have already been
beginning to make itself felt among advance iji the bean market was placed for rooting and when ready
other town, has its share of huntersin printed and will be distributed to neededin
the number of the town's noted. Two of Bountifuls sold will be transplanted where
larger cars
the field on the opening day. Sev- all those attending the services. The Club is
eral different parties have penetrated residents and it is believed that there morning session will begin at 9_:45 a. in Belle Glade Monday' for $1.50 per the park. The Garden to install
deep into the Big Cypress area, will be a whole-hearted effort to m. with the regular Sunday School hamper and two cars of Stringless also making arrangements the child-
to hunt deer and turkey while oth- make the occasion outstanding. Ad-I program. At 10:45 the historicaland I Blacks a nickel cheaper on the crate. .playground equipment for
will be about Some estimates that the price ren within a short time. fIt
ers are content to roam the woods vertising signs placed reminiscent session will be held are
and prairies nearer home in searchof the town and on the highways leading -' with Dr. Williams presiding. Offi- will reach $2.00 before "it finishesthe is rumored that the wading

smaller game. I into the town, the town will be cials of the various church organi- present.rise. pool, built a few years ago by the
As usual most of the early hunting decorated, school will be dismissed, Recent rains did considerable American Legion, will be taken out
parties are heading south toward stores will be closed! and a carnival (Continued on Page 8) damage to the bean crop in the and moved to the block where the

the Big Cypress, penetrating as deep spirit will prevail throughout tha heavily planted area around Belle proposed swimming pool will be con-

ly into this great hunting groundas entire day of Thursday, December DR. EZELLE SPEAKERAT Glade and up the east lake shore to structed. .
it is possible to go in an attemptto I KIWANIS CLUB Canal Point. Damage has also been The work on the park has been
get into' some good hunting before 3.Dr. great in the East Coast areas where efficiently handled under the fore-
the game is too badly scattered by I Daane Speaks At Dr. J. W. Ezelle was the guest picking had just started. Addingthe manship of J. H. Doty and the thor-
the hunters' guns. speaker' at the regular, meeting of recent cold weather in the north oughness with which the job has

Because of the high water in June Garden Club MeetingThe the Kiwanis Club last Wednesday and its damage to fall gardens the been! done assures Clewiston of a
t G which is estimated to have drowneda night at the Inn and gave a most interesting reason is seen for the rise in price. most attractive park for many yearsto

large percentage of the wild life Clewiston Garden Club held talk in the progress madein Among those picking within the come.

in Glades, Hendry, Collier and Lee I an unusually interesting meeting I modern dental surgery.Dr. past few' days in Clewiston are W. C.
counties, the season in these four I Thursday afternoon at the home of Ezelle told of the dental convention Hendley who is picking from fifteen 40-MILE:: WIND GROUNDS
counties has been shortened and will Mrs. F. Deane Duff with Dr. A. A. which he attended recentlyin acres south of the mill and J. S. THREE U. S. ROCK BARGES

close the last day of December this Daane, of the Belle Glade Experimental Orlando and the various clinics Aly who took two cars off last week
year. In most other counties of the Station as guest speaker. held in connection. In a simple man- from the Williamson place near Nine A real winter nor' easter on Sun-

state the season will continue until Dr. Daane gave a most interest- I ner, using language understandableby Mile canal.Some day whipped Lake Okeechobee and

February 15, the customary date for ing talk on the various grasses of the layman, he told of the var- cabbage is being sold from caused choppy seas which
closing.A the Everglades and discussed generally ious discoveries which had been local fields at this time for .75'per forced almost all boats to stay in

greater number of ducks and the work which had been and made to bring about more painlessand II hamper and carlot shipments are expected shelter. The maximum velocity of
migratory waterfowl is reported is being done' at the Experimental better dentistry. to start next week. The market the wind as recorded by the U. S.

than for a good many years due no Station. His talk was greatly appreciated Following Dr. Ezele's'talk a meet on cabbage is not too promisingthis En-ineers at the Canal Point hurri-
doubt to the stringent federal re- by everyone present. ing of the new board of 'directors was early in the season. Among those cane gate was forty miles an hour
strictions on hunting this class of The regular business of the club called by President I. M. Pafford. I I cutting cabbage at this time are Otto with an r.verage velocity of thirty-

game. The season for these, the fed- was transacted and plans were made I The purpose of the meeting was to I Larsen, H. L. Mathis and J. E. five miles per hour for eighteen

: eral law taking predecence over the for planting the recreation park and name a secretary and Prof. B. E. Beardsley. I hours.
:'; state law, .will open Thanksgiving installation of playground equip- Herring was named to succeed himself -i Charlie Miner is still shipping The government tug, Fulton, with
;'1.7" Day, November 26 and will continue ment. Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw gave a, in that position.THANKSGIVING : ,small quantities of green and crook I four loaded rock barges in tow left
;:. until December 31. Among the restrictions most interesting report on the trip I' neck squash from his field near the the Mayacca cut at Liberty Point in
'!"" are that a hunter may not to Highlands Hammock last month. ( PROGRAM golf course. The cool weather the an attempt to reach the revetment

use a gun which will shoot more Cake and coffee were served by TO 'HE GIVEN AT SCHOOL first of this week retarded growth work on the east shore. She was less
. than three shots without reloadingand the hostess at the conclusion of the somewhat. The cold winds of the than half way across when three of

may'not shoot from an open boat meeting. Those attending were: Mrs.F. Miss Saundal Watson and Miss week arc also! expected to do some the barges were blown loose and '

nor may he use a boat to round up M. Wright, Mrs. J. Wl Ezelle, Mrs. Dorothy Craig, teachers of the first damage to tender beans in the area. were later found on the south shore
c the ducks and drive them to a central R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. W. F. Simpson and second grades respectively in mud flats. The tug was forced to return -
.
. location for easy shooting. A federal Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. W. C. the local school, are in charge of a'' \\'. L. MURRAY: DIES; ONE to Liberty ,Point with the one "

:.. duck stamp costing one dollar i Owen, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. H. special Thanksgiving program which OF EVERGLADES PIONEERSThe remaining barge. The barges were
':: is necessary in addition to the regu- A. Bestor, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. Leah will be held in the school auditorium -i -- tied together with four strands of
:',, lar hunting license. This stamp must Spicer, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs.B. Wednesday morning, November: death of W. L. Murray at his inch and a half rope so the force
be attached to the license and must A. Bourne, Mrs.. E. C. Mills, Mrs. 25, at ten o'clock. All pupils of the! home in Fort Denaud last week at of the waves may be readily seen.J. .
be cancelled by having the name of O. A. Jones, Mrs. Male Wright, Mrs. first and second grades will participate the age of sixty-two years broughtto F. McLure, In charge of the
the person to whom issued written Olin Carleton and Mrs. D. J. Wil- in the program. an end the career of one of the revetment work for the engineers,
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in ink across the face. liams. Dr. D. Jenkins Williams, pastorof most colorful figures the Evergladeshas stated that the waves washed out

P -- the Community church, will have ever known. Death came as the some backfill material and did slight
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were Capt. G. E. Linkswiler was a busi- charge of the devotional services and result of a stroke of apoplexy about damage to the rock retaining wall

among those 'visiting In West Palm ness visitor in West Palpi Beach will also give a brief talk. Parents.I seven o'clock in the evening onQontjqued T g- but that\ damage" was" only' superfic-

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;'.1'If<.-"' Then It Became BRISBANETHIS i Ik "* PMg 6 0 I\


Heated
a Argument '


S "How burn this much'winter coal?are" you goingto WEEKNew ; :.ff : 1dVagrant 1\\


'Twelve" tons. .I knew it." Chaff or Flint
"What?
y= "I said I knew it." Italian Baby winds blow the chaff,

"You knew what?" By Permission of Unions I N REVIEW but the flint is undisturbed. Whichare

.; '. "You'll burn only eight." Some Things We Do Well we?

p::, "Why, that's so. I never buy Throwing Out Kings If one could only learn not to be
over eight. How did you guess?" b4jCdwaf&ctUJ.Pi afraid he would escape 75 per cent

"I didn't. It's a foregone con- Italy expects a new heir to the of his worry.
clusion. I knew it." throne in January. If it is a boy, and Western Newspaper Union .But even when the worm turns

"What 1""You're lives, and noth- "New Imperialist War"Coming to the minimum needs of the na he's just' a worm pointing the
"' gomg to tell me "how ing happens to tion. other way.

to run my furnace." prevent, it will Says Voroshiloff More that boys are expected to

succeed in time a new "imperialist" war be perfect, the more dissemblingthere -
to be to THAT
4'., "You ought glad savea Peace Move in Labor
its the opinion will be.Outstanding.
few tons. Here's what I do. grandfather, coming soon was

At bedtime I shut all the drafts .r the present King. expressed by Soviet Defense com-l Federation Fails trait of the great

and ."-Kansas City Star.LeftHanders What rate missar. Klementi E. F OR a day or two it seemed that common people is their humanity.
Lloyds would an address at the the two factions in the American

charge to guar-, 19th annual celebration Federation of Labor might get together

? I antee the succes- of the Russian before the convention
open-
k "I
I run-down-.
j !: sion is uncertain. revolution, and h e ing in Tampa on November 16. But was
: + Dr. H. H. Newman of Chicago A Mussolini's rise declared Russia plans for a conference between

'' university, biologist, studied the from extreme would be ready to President William Green and JohnL. looked pale lackeda

'' hands of 100 students-50 of each socialism, the defend itself Lewis, leader'of the C. I. 0., fell keen appetite felt tired

sex-and found first that there are trenches and the adequately in the j through when the former said he was underweight.

r all grades of left-handedness and hospital main- conflict. had no power to reinstate the sus-

k; second that left-handers not only Arthur Brisbane tamed the Houseof "The worst ene- pended unions. Lewis and his chief "What did I do?"

'' can 'use their right hand better I Savoy in nom- mies of the toilers supporters held a two day meetingin "TV/TY/ intuition told me I needed &

r than, right-handers can use their inal power. "After Mussolini what?" -imperialists of every Iti.ii.Lu ....;..."uz, :y- Pittsburgh, after which he said: "JL tonic. Naturally, I am happy
left, but that the palm and fingerprints is one of many European questions.Mr. shade and deVoroshiloff;; "The convention will determinethe and grateful for the benefits S.S.S.

on left-handers are more nomination are future of the C. I. O. If' it Tonic brought me."

like their right than the left of Hull, Secretary of State, continuing frenzied preparations for supports the arbitrary and insolent You, too, will be delighted with the

right-handers is like their right. sailed for South America six hours new pillage and usurpations," Voro- attitude of the executive council, way S.S.S. Tonic whets up the appetite -

late, to help bring peace to the shiloff 'said, "and the implacable that will be one thing. If it shows a .improves, digestion...restores
'
\ Week's Supply of Postum Free world, or at least help set a good enemies are preparing to attack disposition give consideration of red-blood-cells to a healthier and
.. Russia. the fixed of the C. I. 0. richer condition. Feel and look like
': Read the offer made by the Pos- example on these two continents.He principles ,
"The soviet union is firmly deter- your old self again by taking the
of that will be another thing.
tum Company in another part left a pier "double-picketed"; famous S.S.S. Tonic treatment to rebuild -
mined that its Red be
this paper.; They will send a full the strike tied up his ship, which army Mr. Lewis didn't say so explicitly, your blood strength. restore
week's supply of health giving had to bring six non-striking sea-, prepared to rout the enemy on what- but "another thing" will be a war your appet1te...and make better use

;:- Postum free .to anyone who writes men out to the secretary's boat, ever territory. they may dare to for domination of American labor. of the food you eat.

t; for it.-Adv. waiting patiently near the Statueof appear."While' defending the cause of I S.S.S. Tonic is especially designed

Liberty. : Ship Workers;) Strike to build sturdy health...its remark
peace, the soviet government is :1 able value is time tried and scientifi-
'r Idleness and Poverty After peace is brought to the Be Settled
working ceaselessly to strengthen its May
,,' To be idle and to be poor have world, the next step will be to I cally proven..that's why it makes
defense power: Never will the en- the efforts of Edward Availableat
feel like yourself again.
;' always been reproaches; and bring peace to United States, in- THROUGH you
emies and incendiaries of
war suc- assistant secre- any drug store. 0 s.s.s.Co.
therefore every man endeavors dustry. You may read some day: f
ceed in crossing the sacred and in- of labor and the department'schief
-
.', with his utmost care to hide his "The House, Senate and Supreme tary
violate borders of the land of the conciliator, the strike of mari- t 4q. .
v poverty from others, and his idle- Court could not meet; the Presi- Soviets.' time workers that

.' ness from himself. dent has moved over to the New
"The of the U. S. S. R.
., people tied up a large partof
Willard the Amalgamated Order of
; now are more than prepared to the shipping on
Furnace Tenders let all the fires go deliver a crushing blow at all who the Pacific, Atlantic rJ
out, while, in sympathy, the Electric
may dare to encroach on the in- 5
and Gulf coasts
' may
: union turned off all lights and the
: For Watery dependence, wealth and honor of be settled amicably.
elevator men said sympathetically, state." 11
\ our Negotiations between -
"
Head Colds 'No elevators. the shipowners -

There must be, for public necessities Spanish Government and the union j Mfrh /
TRY THIS including shipping that
Flees From MadridWHILE leaders were resumed cn s2
carries passengers and mails, some ,i
in San Francisco ; '>
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better than the strike plan the Fascist insurgentswere
DRQ plan Mi /
and in Washing
and one that would be just to work- smashing their way into ion IL, ; ...,,
PENETpp ers. Madrid and hurling shells amongits Secretary E. F. l\lcGrady % <::3 ::>Tao>:.2rGr.2a rs1Gfm l.; "r' .

TREAT ET o os M chief buildings, the Socialist gov- Perkins said she '
a ernment of Spain, headed by Prem- was hopeful that a just 'agreement 'S
This country makes some things '
; would be reached.On I
ier
Fancisco Largo Caballero, fled
better than other country-auto-
any the Pacific coast the strikers

Y5e BOTTLES, 50e, s1. PEN NOSE ETRO DROPS mobiles, and moving pictures, for in from Valencia the capital on the and Mediterranean set itself up had already consented to ease the

instance-and Englishmen know it. and
stranded
of
plight passengers
The of Madrid
coast. capture by
The late Irving Thalberg, vice pres- The
release perishable cargoes. joint
the rebels seemed certain and this,
ident of left
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, recommended that
strike committee
" Hero WorshipersIf it was believed, would be followedby
35,00shares of Loew moving pic- strike-
one isn't his own ,hero, he recognition of the Fascist gov- their membership return
ture stock. As soon as the large
This
,. bound vessels to home ports.
makes his friend ernment several includ-'
one. by powers,
block was offered for sale, Englishmen -
stranded
promised relief for 600 passengers -
and and
ing Portugal Italy perhaps
bought it all, by trans-At- and 900 strikers in Honoluluas
The first nation to
Germany. accord -
o lantic telephone, for about $2,200,000. well as for hundreds of mari- Reverence and Equality
At Your Best this recognition was the .Central -
Nicholas Schenck, head of Loew'sand American republic of Salvador.It time men idle in Atlantic and ,gulf Esteem incites friendship, but

Free From ConstipationNothing its biggest stockholder, missedan is not to be assumed that ports. not love; the former is the twin

beats a clean system for opportunity, and"knows it. Every- this would end the civil war, immediately Rear Admiral Harry G. Hamletof brother of Reverence; the latteris

I health! body across the ocean knows that Caballero it the federal maritime commissionhad the child of Equality.
t At the first sign of constipation, this country is, one NOT to be sold or soon. was been compelled to postpone
reported believed the loyalists
:,' for take prompt purely: vegetable relief. Black-Draught short, regardless of passing troubles.It could best, continue the struggle twice his fact finding inquiry but

Many men and women Say that Black- from the south, and it was claimed finally got it started SOOTHES BABY'S SKIN

Draught brings such refreshing relief. Br is said the royal tombs reserved they had strong concentrations at Mothers find pure, snow-white Moroline so
Its cleansing action poisonous effects of
I i constipation are driven out; you soon for Spanish kings have been Valencia, Cartegena, Alic&nte and Wage Increases and soothing for baby's tender'skin. Fine for

feel better more efficient. violated, some or all of the bodies Albacete. Moreover, there were in- Declared burns, bruises. lOc jar contains 3H timesas I
Dividends
other Black-Draught laxatives. costs less than most thrown out. It would be a pity to dications that they would soon receive much as the 5c size. Demand Moroline.
of steel, led
offer insult to what remains of the open aid from Russia and per- MAJOR producers
Steel
BLACKDRAUGHTA truly great King, afraid of mice and haps France. Leon Blum, the Carnegie-Illinois M
i f
subsidiary o
spiders, but not of any man- French premier, told a Socialist corporation, largest WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
SNOW
GOOD LAXATIVE United States Steel, and the Colum-
Charles the Fifth-if he also was meeting that he was ready to scrap
entombed in the Escurial Pantheon.Of the non-intervention pact and help bia Steel company, west coast member -

Killing Time the others, many would be Caballero if Great Britain would of the same group, announced 10 Assurance of Hope

The best way to kill time ,js to more useful 'as fertilizer on some join in such action. This caused wage increases averaging percent Assurance of hope is more than
work it to death. Spanish field than they ever were consternation among the British and in some cases running as
life. It is health, strength, power,
which will add
25 cent,
high as per
on the Spanish throne, and it is statesmen.
to the in- vigor, activity, energy, manliness, e
about $80,000,000 a year .
not necessary to weep over them. Fighting in the suburbs of Madridwas
continuous and bloody. The dustry's payroll. In most instancesthe beauty.-J. C. Ryle.
KILL RATS TODAY!
take effect
increases were to
casualties both sides
on were heavy,
London, with the biggest floating November 16. According to compi-
bombardment b
Fascist
and the
Health: officers fleet on earth, is striving to "humanize I : lations of the American Iron and
and killed and
;; -2 urge artillery planes
submarine warfare.
the killiDgof wounded hundreds in the center of Steel institute they will affect 526-

/ RATS,MICE, That is like trying to humanizerat the city. The Socialist defenders had 700 employees throughout the coun-
poison. Look at Spain and
COCKROACHES, you
been ordered to hold their posts
WATERBUGS see what will happen in the next try.Committees acting for employeesat
regardless of losses, and they
war; everybody will kill as many : fought bravely and stubbornly. more than a dozen plants rejectedthe er '

STEARIjS'PASTE as. he can, as brutally as possible; offer, demanding higher pay. Capudine

you remember the Lusitania? Navy and Army Growth Negotiations in these'cases' are

Recognized for 58 years as the guaranteed killer therefore continued.
of,these disease- food-destroying : of
Directors numerous big cor-
The biggest crowd seen in Wash-
pests Ask your dealer. Money back if it fails.
IN TUBES 35c-LARGE BOXES $1.00] ington greeted the President on his SECRETARY of the Navy Claude porations authorized special divi- NEURALGIC PAINtptJcftellhecaa1e
triumphant return to Washington it is believed may dends to stockholders and wage bon-

the White House and his job. For retire from the cabinet, made his uses to workers that will release I

eleven days he'will see only execu- annual report to the President show- many millons of dollars. This is 0

WHAT'S HAPPENING tive assistants and rewind the big ing that the navy had made con- in pursuance of the policy of avoid- :& liquid...

machine. Those willing to serve siderable progress in its program to ing so far as possible the stiff levies

their countryfor a consideration, or build up to full treaty strength.At imposed on undistributed profits under ALREADY DISSOLVED

tn woe4 woo i tell the President, free of charge. the end of the 1936 fiscal year the revenue act of 1936; and

how it could be run better, must last June 30, the secretary said, also, in most cases, in recognitionof

HEAR JIMMIE FIDLER TUESDAY! wait, probably until his return from the navy had under construction 79 improved business. 47-36
the trip to South America. vessels. Further, the 1937 appropri- WNU-7
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N.B.C. Red Network
ations act provided for the buildingof Edmund E. Day Elected

LUDEN'SMENTHOL Voltaire's learned Dr. Pangloss 18 vessels as replacements the for President of Cornell
over-age ships and for begin- \t
was wrong; it is not true that "all university at Ithaca, ,N.
ning of construction in 1937 of two CORNELL o
is for the best in the best
possibleof ., have a new president in
COUGH DROPS 51 battleships.The
worlds. secretary emphasized the the person of Dr. Edmund E. Day,
In spite of all our wealth and pros known social
WITH ALKALINE FACTORIN need for auxiliary vessels, which an internationally
perity, more mothers die in child-
service and supply combat vessels, scientist and economist. He will as-
birth, in this country, than in any to the maximum effi- sume office June 30 next on the retirement -
as necessary
i
other "civilized" country in the
of Dr. Livingston Farrand. '
ciency of the fleet. Present auxiliary'vessels
NEW YORK world. are old and unfit and shouldbe Doctor Day, who is 53 years old, is WEALTH AND HEALTH
You know that better conditionsare of Dartmouth and has Good health and successgotogether.Don'thandicap
with modern craft, he a graduate
Small quiet and select. Especially needed in America when you repaced taught there and Harvard and the yourself-get rid of a sluggish,

desirable for ladles traveling alone. see photographs of the wretched said. of Michigan. He is best acid condition with tastyMilnesia, the 4
Single from $2. Double from $3. two-room log cabin in the swamp Chief of Staff Malin Craig reported University educational world original milk: of magnesia in wafer form.
HOTEL COLLINGWOOD bottomlands where Mrs. Jams to Secretary of War Woodringthat known to the as Each wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls milk: of
the army in the second year the director for the social sciencesof magnesia.Neutralizes acids and gives you
45 WEST 35TH ST. NEW Bridges gave birth to quadruplets.
YORK Foundation and
Rockefeller sizes.
60c
the &
Q King Feature.SyndicateLao. of its five-year rebuilding program pleasant elimination.20c,35c
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Q IMPROVED Coyotes I Foreign Words A

Intellectual Powers UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL "Quotations11If Rangers stationed at Yellow- I PhrasesAllons v Band
-- stone park thought he was a cow-

you are a friend to Nature you ard, but they discovered that a
OUR intellectual and active SUNDAY are a rich man, even in old age.- coyote there was merely being (F.) Let us go! Cornel
powers increase with our Lesson Adol/ Loren clever. The coyote skirts over the Bis pueri senes. (L.) Old men
affection. The scholar sits down The only way of catching a trainI bear-feeding grounds each eve- are twice children.
By RDV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST
to write, and all his years of Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof have ever discovered is to miss the ning, but carefully stays away Canaille (F.) Th erabtfle.:
f meditation do not furnish him Chicago. train before.-G. K. Chesterton. Ense
Western Newspaper Union. from the feeding platform. Ran- petit placidam sub liber-
; I --, with one good thought or happy Women are the social guardians gers, wondering why he came tate quietam. (L.) With the sword
but it is only necessary of the human race-Lady Astor.
, expression
;
without attempting to eat watched. she seeks quiet under lib-
I peace
1 to write a letter to a Lesson for November 22 Beauty in ,itself is not a gift, but
'is. Henri Bernstein. They found that one or two of erty. (Motto of Massachusetts.)
: friend, and, forthwith, troops of femininity the bears had a habit of pickingout Ferae naturae. (L.) Of a wild
AN AMBASSADOR IN CHAINS To live for one's is
:k gentle thoughts invest themselves country greater appetizing pikes of meat and nature. .
r hand with cho- than to die for it.-Harold Bell
words.-Emeison., on every LESSON TEXT-Acts 28:16-24. 30 31, Wright. scampering to the timber, where Garde de corps. (F.) A body-

i sen Romans 5:6.11.GOLDEN: It's better to give than to lend, they would not be molested. The guard.In .
TEXT-I can do all things and it costs about the same-Sir coyote followed them into the tim- Esse. (L,) In a state of being.
I The moment you feel an attack Phil.through 4:13.PRIMARY Christ. which strengtheneth me. Philip Gibbs. ber, took a quick nip at the bear's Lasciate ogni speranza, vol I

f I of discouragement coming TOPIC-In' World's Greatest The' decrease in ability with age is heels and, whan the bear droppedthe ch'entrate (It.) Who enter here,

f on, arouse yourself from this City. much slighter than popular opinion meat to defend himself, the leave all hope behind. (The in-
; terrible influence, for discour- JUNIOR TOPIC An Ambassador In would indicate.-Havelock Ellis.ffolfeliold coyote grabbed 'it and dashed scription over the gate of Dante'a
is death to success. Chains.
agement Inferno.
)
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPICA away.

, Prisoner Speaks for Christ. ,
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
,: Chained ,But Not Silenced. RI r i ia wr{lj':y C
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Beware Coughs : .7MfT1fY
: The rescue of Paul from the Jewish Cx S : rjYryrF

mob by the Roman authorities y.ryr il': rL

' from common colds resulted in consideration of his case 'QueJiOllfA ,, D : :. .,
on their part to determine what .r

i That On manner of man he was, and why
Hang [cli 1 lr y,
'his words and actions provoked such little salt added to pumpkinsauce
the Jewish will greatly improve the flavor -'
i ': .No matter how many medicines violent reactions among
: :
;, cold or bronchial irritation, you can appeared that Festus, who was *
get relief now with Creomulsion. inclined to turn Cooked prunes stuffed with cel- <
! 1 Serious trouble may be brewing and procurator, was 1 t f, ,;, ,
i you cannot afford to take a chance him over to the Jews at Jerusalem, ery and nuts make a tempting salad ra l ii fi.y 1:yfr e r.7f ,

1 I I with anything less than Creomul- ,Paul, knowing of their hatred, Stuffed ,prunes can also be 'r '
sion, which goes right to the seat makesI. used as a garnish for chops, roastsor '
of the trouble to aid nature to An Appeal to Caesar (Acts steaks. with this famous
soothe and heal the inflamed membranes .
as the germ-laden phlegm 28:16-19).
Is loosened and expelled. It was an act of great signifi- When "buttered" crumbs are southern SPECIAL-BLEND/

'Even if other remedies have cance, and largely determined the called for, the best way is to melt
failed, don't be discouraged, your in the bright red Jewel carton
I' course of Paul's life and ministry butter, add crumbs and mix well .
druggist is authorized to guarantee
Creomulsion and to refund your until his death. It is a questionupon and then sprinkle over the top of C Cakes are more delicate,pastry and biscuits flakier and more delicious
money if you are not satisfied with which there is no little dif- food. If butter is merely "dotted"over '
results from the very first bottle. ference of opinion whether Paul was the top it does not evenly mix when you use this finer'shortening! For Jewel is a Special-Blend.of _

Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.) right in making this appeal. Per- with the crumbs. vegetable fat with other bland cooking fats. Actual tests prove that it
'
haps Dr. G. Campbell Morgan has creams faster and makes more tender baked foods. :..,

Armor of Egotism best gathered up the truth of the To clean fireplace bricks, cover .L

that have some matter in saying, "His way was "
Pray ego-
you
them with a paste made of pow-
tism. It spares one many a knock that of an attitude revealing for all dered pumice and household ammonia ;/l{ f/llifflllt//m1///Jill'I IJr4

upon his sensitive nature. time what the duty of the Christianman Let }jt dry for an hour,
is-to be true to his Lord, to
then scrub with
II IIj warm soapy wa-
be true to his conscience, to be ter.

loyal to the powers that be, and Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. Read Our AdvertisementsWHAT

I I' e to make his appeal to them where

I! Is necessary, for protection, in order

I that he may continue his work in :!y':4,N.y.F.;;!..:li ... 1.'v. fiw.;,.;:: ...:,.":: ..nr..v',. v 'v. r: ;,:.. i.:,i.:.. .; .;: ; ,,. is.:.; .,,.
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iI iI I y' d accordance with the will of his .hN xisA.: :!!.?..}:!'h:ih. ; .:;..{r.,:...Nir7"h}:;:4' ,r:>:}:j o-r'!,v':::;.;:='a.5,4s::' : r':':S. 'S'rii".9r.!. :. .> : {:.:,%,>: .iy n.h::;; .:<;r.. 'li:.:."w::F u,.f n rp::,:}3:::.r, i,.+.err.. ,}h V?oh{h.;.{. i
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! ALLVEGETABLECORRECTIVE save his own life, but he did want

' O QHEwas"notorious"(or her sick i friend head A STOP TO ALL PUT to continue his ministry. And this 'i :.;.;a't: q..r..xa:..:,c,,!}':. .. }h:}}>:!!.,.,...,?, .::: ::as.nyyy):,.:C',{: :.. .,:y rya/Trrr.ah. :*>!, .. r }v:;,,.%.:.>:,.l.f.r .. {;:: ;,; i aches.Finally a THAT! he was permitted to do for after
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said, 'whydon'tgtve
! NRs a trial you? he had 'come to ,Rome we find him -J,
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With Nature's Remedy (NR to be
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Tablets) she noted a thorough ?YOUR WHY JOHN...
cleansing of poisonous wastesa II. A Prisoner Preacher (w. 20- r 1JVla. NEVER ?HERE SHE
I complete natural action that >' BOV SCOUTS GOES... NAGGfNG;
she hadn't experienced for 24, 30, 31)). USE MV POND Ar.:. SCOUrtMAStER/tS SEEN YOU ACT
apes.Yet '
\ so gentle and refreshme. He was chained, but not silenced.He % SO CROSS/ AG A INSHE KNOWS
I I Try NRs yourself.They are so was anxious that ,those in Rome FOR THEIR HANS UPON HIM/ YOU SCARCELY SLEPT ':
SKATING RACES? > YOU DIDN T
fine for constipation, so useful : 'I
A WINK LAST
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ON. NIGHT. .
GO BANS
i in warding offs colds, so-called' should "see" and "speak with" himv. I SHOULD SAY e. NEeD ToTAJS '
"bilious conditions spells"caused and by other 1, f d t .s, ( 20). They knew of the Christian Nor' AND << V? THERECEIVER. t THE POOR PUT CARE SHE DOESN'T .
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' faulty elimination. "sect" only by rumor as one "which THAT'SFINAL :t : MAN'S HEAD
25 Only at any 25c drugstore for box of.ffl k *'|UtUU' everywhere is spoken against" (v. / '' '' OFF/ '.a 'J

1I 22). He now proclaimed the truthto :% a ,I
them, and with what results? :, -_ .
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Same in Ages "Some believed .and some : II > ,
1 An excellent mind in the last disbelieved" (v. 23). Again, we see ; .V ; ,', .
century would be an excellent that the greatest of all preachersmet tiz 1 taro tax.i ,;I,
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mind in this. '. v x > sdr
I just the same encouragementand i r.. !
" discouragement that we face. f v -' '
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I. Strength DuringMIDDLE judged by the success that crowns
< ;
: LIFE his efforts, but by the faithfulnesswith rY.k. } F. RVE .. ? .J

I which he discharges his duty. .Fr, $> f 2 :.w,, .:.; :.,
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\ ,' 11 Strength Is extra-important for Let us not condone our own care- l ,:
I women going through the change of lessness or inefficiency by saying : !: .nk;} I ..i''J '

I life. Then the body needs the very that even Paul was unsuccessful; 'vi.
j I best nourishment to fortify[ it against but if we have been faithful and :>:'- '

r i the changes that are taking place. diligent, let us be encouraged even :,
1 I : In such cases, Cardui has proved though some disbelieve. ;'i

i I helpful to many women. It in Verse 30 indicates that Paul either WHAT IF :k; : WELLYOU KNOW *- < YOU'D FEEL THAT'S A LOT -'i

I! I creases the appetite and aids digestion had a large measure of liberty, be- $ AM CRDSS? .: WHAT THE DOCTOR SETTER ALL OF ROT/ PUT I'LL ;'

I I favoring more complete trans- ing permitted even as a prisonerto YOU WOULD TOLD YOU/ HE { AROUND IF TRY tT IF IT ',I
formation of food into living tissue, dwell in a private house, or that IETOOCOULDN'T, IFyoU ; SAID YOU HAVE .. YOU'D DO AS WILL HELP KEEP
resulting In improved nutrition and he was tried and acquitted and con- SLEEP COFFEE-NERVES y THE DOCTOR YOU QUIET/ :j

building up and strengthening of tinued to work in Rome for period ...AND HADMVHEADACHES ';.::.;: SAID... cUTOUI'COFFE& ,",
the whole system. AND < :} .:<' "' AW, TELLINDfGESTION FOR CURSES! :,
I of years. Whichever may be true / ry' w HER. TO 60s 3O DAYS AND THIS MEDDLING
we cannot but admire the faithful i i Mutual Understanding: testimony of this man upon whose / THA7 POSTUM
time and trials had borne 1 WILL DRIVE
1 The greatest minds are not high body :'
! \ brow. You can understand every heavily, but whose spirit was as \ ,
I t word they utter. young and as powerful as the mes- > =- :%:>:<

I sage he presented. And what was ::, ..r,; a :,
i 1 his message? We find it in his '
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1j j VfoftLD'S epistle, to the Roman church. ,It Y;: l

LAUCCST was r'e
ASK FOR in. Justification by Faith (Rom.

St. JosephThe 5:6-11): y. .. ,, a; EE f I'

Christian men and women are

_original those who were weak (v. 6), un- orh: :,o .. ,r, .
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Cellophane.wrapped godly (v. 6)), unrighteous sinnersv. ,;. : r : r. ,.

JO ( 7, 8)), and enemies of God (v. I
genuine pure pL fht.e 10). But having been justified by v.

aspirin. gspl his blood (v. 9)); they are "saved" : ,, : r

TONGS PROMPT RELIEF ,, ;' (v. 9). What a beautiful word- I' OF COURSE, children should never drink COffeo.l _

FROM PAIN) AND COLDSMANGE ( "saved!" Brought back to God, And many grown-ups, too, find that the ,J
"reconciled to God the 30 DAYS LATER
through
4 ISN'T ITWONDERFUL coffee disagrees with them. If you have headachesor
death of his Son" (v. 10), we are i Postum.It .
.v ? indigestion or can't sleep soundly..try
indeed saved if we have acceptedhim
YOUR HUSBAND SINCE HESWITCHED contains no caffein. It is simply whole wheat and s
as our Saviour. IS CERTAINLY A i
r bran, roasted and slightly sweetened.You .
This was Paul's message, and it JOLLY SOULWES uM
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ex miss coffee at first but after 30'days '
,
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, XOVEittBER: 20, '103(5

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The Clev/iston News said, deliberating differences and ad- is it a marshy swamp Infested with I i 'pct for this week, a board of we'll have to take that on the chin

justing varying points of view to the snakes and aligators but rather the i '\rmy Engineers, after formerly' .Use. So here's to bigger and 'better

end that the great ideal of democratic garden spot of the world constantly I luring the project unfeasible, made holes In the ground around Ocala 'W

Published every Friday in Clewiston, government be served to the ultimate increasing In importance. It is also j' new survey or created a new board
found that It is becoming more rid the project
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, of all capabilities., came through with
Inc. Congratulations to the President! thickly populated all the time anda lying colors-even with an additional JACK DEMPSEY TO OPERATE

Few men in the world's history have nice trade area is providedonethat twenty million dollar appropriation HOSTELRY IN MIAMI! AREA

been so signally honored by a great cannot bo longer disregardedby tacked on to deepen it three
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people-an honor which carries the coastal trade centers., Of these leet.
Editor' Miami, Nov 19 (FNS Jack
)
Keathley Bowden, -
with it the gravest responsibilities.Every trade centers' Miami is the largest
good citizen will hope sincerely and when that city is brought forty The only thing necessary now for Denpsey, former heavy-weight
housands to flock back to the canal
\ that Mr. Roosevelt's second termas miles or more closer to the.south end I champion, with several New York associates -
'
one: and for the '
big dredges to
Entered as second class mail mat- chief executive of the foremost of the lake it is only natural that I 1 resume announced this w"eek the

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post nation on earth will be successful, she should profit most. But a real operation will be the simple ]lease of the seven story Vanderbilt
kaof
? Mr. Roosevelt. Our
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under and that his will be a high place In winter market is provided for pro- will guess Hotel, which will be operated under
be that the
okay will be
givennd
the Act of March 3, 1897. the history of our time.LaBelle duce raised in the 'glades in Miami I : that the management of }\Ir, Dempsey as
Congress will fall immediately .
News. and it will be greatly to the advant- I the Dempsey-Vanderbilt.
in lino with the appropriation
of the Everglades section to
'Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. age, 1 lof some 162; millions of dollars. During his visit here to completethe
application. CAT EAT RAT, RAT EAT CAT: have the road built. deal he
Advertising. rates on I Whether the '''project is economically was entertained by
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HUGE PROFITS; PROMISEDA : The new road will have a great. : friends and admirers' a dinner giv-
: sound OE; not whether
; or nota
deal in common with the Trail it is : en in his honor at the Roney-Plaza
ship ever sails through It or whether :
\. Devoted to the advancement and leaflet handed us this week by true, as it will cross a portion of Hotel
we like it or not, that seems to be
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry one of our subscribers entitled Florida which has never been open "
1 look Miami Beach the
the
set-up so it would seem that on as
County. "Prospectus from S. Skinner & Company before except to boats and that for '
South Florida should cease belittlingit liven spot on the nation's wintermap"
no great length of time. The Trail '
Salesbury Building, London,
and make preparations to' secure he said, "and I'm confidentthe
In the style of a form letter Is as opened up a section, which while it Dempsey-Vanderbilt will
any benefit from it which be provea
Smiles on the faces of local farm follows: abounds with wild life and gives may profitable "
possible. If the effect is detrimental venture.
.
ers. Bean prices are going up. "Dear Sir: the traveler a: good Idea of how untouched -

it has been by civilization,
"Having been informed that you
Attend the anniversary service at offers no incentive for settlement.
are interested, and open for a deal in
the Community church Sunday. a live business proposition I take Road 26' will open up thousands of J} 1kW f4Y 1glWUtkPSF: ;:

additional acres of rich muck land
improvement:, the liberty of presenting to you what I
Another big city ,
and will provide a market outlet
the placing of storm sewers in the seems to me a most wonderful busi- which will increase to a considerable There Is A Difference In
Palm Avenue. ness in which, no doubt, you will
ditches along Royal
extent the :
farming area of the
take a live interest: and perhaps ad- 8

i vise me by return the amount of Everglades. I. FERTILlZER'
Next Thursday is Thanksgiving, A new trunkline road through
stock you wish to subscribe towardsthe
the day when the turkeys get It in i central Florida to Miami is impera- ,' It's Not What's the \
formation of the company. on tag, ,
the neck and all the big college football -; tive to assist in handling the ever ,
1 "The object of said company is to
games are played. 1I I increasing flow of traffic during the
I operate a large CAT RANCH near But. What's In The Bag.
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I winter months to that city. The U. -
Glasgow where land can be purchased H. :, ,: ,
The rightists and the leftists are I cheaply for the purpose. S. Bureau of Public Roads has given !' .

fighting it out to a bloody finish In I the route its sanction and when the I Special Brands For ::: .
I "TO START WITH, we want A
Spain. The ambidextrous must be government is paying the greater '. ..
MILLION CATS. Each cat will
the only non-combatants. : about twelve kittens average part of construction costs it is safe I .. MUCK SOIL : : ) '.. .
per year. to believe that the new road will be "
] The skins will be valued at from '" ,
It, should be a source of great sat-I the built, not only from Lake Okeechobee PEARCE FERTILIZER & : : ,j "
6d. (12c.) for white ones and '
isfaction to those who travel often I to Miami, but all the way thru ." .'
Half a crown (60cents) for the pure SUPPLY CO. .
the road between town and the sugar central Florida to Leesburg within _

house to learn that it is being paved black ones. This will give us 12,000 the shortest possible time. .Fort Myers Fla. _.
,
skins per year to sell at an average I
within a short time. .
very of Is. 6d. each /' .
price (36c.) makingour THE GHOST WALKS I "
Save 1 direct from
revenue L2,500 or $12,500. per money by buying; \ ,
Another hunting season is on but t
hunters in this county will have to day."A Moore Haven Democrat) factory .
man can skin about 60 cats When the last session of Congress
do their hunting a little faster than
usual as the season this year closeson per day at about Five Shillings frowned on the proposed Cross-State R. B. WALDRON .' ,:, >

December 31. (1.25)) per day wage, and it will ship canal for Florida and construc-

take 120 men to operate the ranch, tion work was ordered to cease when Factory Representative.

therefore the net profit will be L2- existing funds played out, the ma-
Took time this week to go over Box 127 LaBelle Fla.
the recreation park from "stem to 475 ($12,375) per day. jority of us believed that the canal ,

stern" and look at the work that has "How We Feed Tile Cats" was as dead as the fabled Dodo. But

been accomplished. Those boys are "We feed the cats on rats, there- evidently the -proponents of the can- .

doing a nice, job and the town will fore we will have a RAT DEPARTMENT al were very wide-awake in every I. A :

have a park\ which they ,may well on the ranch.: Rats multiplyfour

be ri"nyf1 f in fho years to c me. times as fast, as cats, so that if -

,we start with 1,000,000 rate we shall

'T' -1'--:1 -+ 'nritcblanks must be have four rats per cat each day.
"How We Will Feed The Rats"
"* Tflm"CH1VIFIOLET1937((J
lip > S-T-I rcri'ed tomorrow. Has:
"We will feed the rats on the car-
yours lafd on your desk until for- I
of the cats from which the
casses
gotten? If so you'd better fill it out
and see that Postmaster Lawrence skins have already been taken giving -
: each rat one quarter of a cat. ;
gets it before mail time tonight. keccaL-a9l&tct9m& I
"It will be seen that the business LVV }

will be self-acting, and automatic
The recent death of Charles
throughout."The I '.
(Chic) Sale caused some exchangesto '"
cats will the rats the /
eat and '
remark .that he would be greatly .
rats will eat the cats and shall ( : :
we :
missed .
by thousands who had laughed : : ,,
have the skins."Awaiting .
at his two reel movie comedies.He .
will be longer remembered by youf prompt reply and ;

the millions who have laughed at trusting you will appreciate this op- }S JJ J\
to GET RICH
portunity
that masterpiece of fiction, "The QUICKLY. :
Specialist. "Yours Faithfully,
"(Signed S. Skinner & Co. I
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CONGRATULATIONS TO. "P. S. Eventually we shall mate >

THE PRESIDENT the cats with snakes, and they will I ,-, (;

skin themselves twice a year, thus

"The nation has spoken. Every saving the men's wages for skinning,I .. .: .

American will accept the verdict,,and also getting two skins from one

and work for the common cause for cat."
r.. ,
the good of the country. That is the

spirit of democracy." < ROADS THROUGH THE MARSH

So ran the telegram dispatchedby IF-d
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Governor Landon to President (Moore Haven Democrat)) '

Roosevelt when it became apparentthat The State Road Department has / "

the voters had rallied in unpre- been assailed by some editorial writ- ',:,. ,,- I, 1

cedented numbers in support of the ers during the past few weeks be- '

administration.. And that telegram cause of their announcement that .

represents something more than I the new Road 26 from South Bay to

good sportsmanship-it marks an attitude Miami and Fort Lauderdale will be

that should be held by all built as quickly as possible! and their

the people in every walk of life. writings have become much more h -

The Democratic victory was not a vitriolic since the announcementthat 4 F.f<(WR1.C U.MYY.d x,H.l"rrmsr'rWn' 1
GAd
party victory: No mere party victory I bids would be opened on an- ... .., S

could be so everwhelming or so completely .other fourteen mile section of the .

break down sectional lines of road within a few days.
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partisan sympathy.The Most of the complaint seems to be

victory was a very different that the department should not for the first time the very newest things in motor car beauty,
rr thing-it was a personal victory for throw money away on the construc- ,

Mr. Roosevelt. No man in a century tion of a road through a section of comfort, safety and performance come to you with the additional

F has so captivated the imagination country where no one lives and so

j. and emotions tof the people, and where no one can benefit. 'As some advantage of being thoroughly proved, thoroughly reliable.

' none has received so great an ex- of these writers reside on the west

pre sion of public confidence. coast, we're wondering if the same NEW HIGH-COMPRESSION VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE NEW ALL-SILENT, ALL-STEEL'

; A Republican newspaper said the ones were greatly agitated when the

( morning following the election that Tamiami Trail was constructed at BODIES. (With Solid Steel Turret Top-Unisteel Construction) PERFECTED HYDRAULIC i

(< "the president today is the most popular terrific cost a number of years ago DIAMOND CROWN
NEW
Brake Shoe Linkage)
Double-Articulated
With
e' figure our national life has across the most ,desolate and unin- BRAKES (

r.o': known since Washington' It Is impossible habitable section of the state. Pos- SPEEDLINE STYLING GENUINE FISHER 'NO DRAFT VENTILATION IMPROVED : i

r; : tp gainsay that. The most sibly they did but we doubt it for .

hi', -, popular or? presidents, and those that road.. opened _a route for traffic GLIDING KNEE-ACTION RIDE* (at no extra cost) SAFETY PLATE GLASS ALL

k whose administrations stand out from the lower west coast to Miami, *
mountainously in AROUND (at no extra cost) SUPER-SAFE SHOCKPROOF STEERING (at no extra cost) II
: our history-Jefferson whereas the proposed road 26 will ,

-. Lincoln, Cleveland-were,nev- open up a new throughfare for the
';' er so popular as Mr. Roosevelt. The winter, visitor to Miami and allow THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR- PRICED SO LOW

.,.;.. 0 past records have all been shatter- him to drive down the coast to the Knn-Action. and Shockproof Sloetvig on Master Do late model only. Cen.ualMoiOrl laXallmtnt Kan
i':: ed. famous winter For economical transportation. A General Motors Value. CkevnM
: resort and return monthly pa>'>>ienu to suit your pun
".. The time for partisanship ha through the central part of the state, Motor Comptr. Detroit,Michigan. : \

.... passed And ti.e time for cooperation I thus gaining a comprehensive perspective -

I:.:. has come. This does not mean that' of the entire state.

: the? President should be followed Florida. disregarded the fertile Everglades -

;: in every course-.hat would be unjust -\ section. When; at last their CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANYClewiston

to Mr. Roosevelt himself as wellas attention is drawn to the Everglades

to the country. It does mean that they discover to their astonishmentthat \ ,

all should work together In the common the appearance of the( ugly duck- Florida

cause, aa Governor Landon ling is rapidly. changing,- No 'longer; ,





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... I I j J .. 4ft..N..1...N..N....N..N.N-N N..N.N..N...M..N ''I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cato, of Pahokee ard and Charles Benbow. ----Frances Wright was chosen. Those--for officers in Florida and South- l

I announce the birth of an eight-pound Third Grade
Weekly Honor
j ::= Personal ::;_: baby daughter Sunday at, Arcadia. Spelling<- attending the party were: Billy Ow- eastern states, have been arranged "

j. Mr. and Mrs. Cato former resi- RollNoley en, Bobby; Patterson, Jimmie Hall, and will be conducted at Camp Roos-
are Geiger, and Mamie
Trice.
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I 'O. . :--. .-< dents of Clewlston, having moved to Fourth Grade Weekly Spelling Honor James Johnson, James Winn, Ed : evelt tor three weeks, beginning

S. J. Finks, of Pahokee only a few months ago. i* Roll. Clark. Charles Roberts, Jack Moor i May 2, it is announced. I

: this week on business.R. i man, Connie Clark, Dick Patterson, 4

i: Mrs I. M. Pafford; Mrs M. R. Christine Louise Blount Rcdish., Willie Smith and Sandy Bell, Joe Lee Coburn Moore, ,

:I I Lawler, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. "H. Ed Ward, Jud Francis, Marvin Lee,
:j T. Fisher of Fifth Grade Weekly Spelling Honor
R. Hall T. Mrs Dot Hare, Christine Bell, Billie
was here on Mrs. B. Shelley, D. Roll-
i ; G. Alston, Mrs M. E. Yenawine attended Hooker, Gladys Willis, Bernice O'- .
Herbert Busbin Butler's -
Lawrence
-- Guthrie Beauty
Neal, Bernice Guthrie, Mildred Ward, Shop
I a bridge luncheon given by. and
I Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Mrs. Grover Poole in Canal Point Philip McLeod. Ethel Willis, Hazel Prince, ''Josephine
OFFERS
ited in West Palm, Wednesday.L. Sixth Grade Weekly Spelling Honor. woods, Evelyn Hare, Bobby Hare,
Roll- Louise Hare and Boe Warren. '
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James Brewer, Bobby Broadfoot, Special Bargains '
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ingraham' and G. D. Smith
Floyd Geiger, Elbert Hooker, :Bern- OFFICERS TO STUDY
son, Kim, spent from the .draughting room of the ard Leiter. Junior Smith, Paul LAW ENFORCEMENTOcala FROM
-- district U. S. Engineer office in Jacksonville Schuck, Sonny
Vaughn,
Dorothy -'-
Mr. and Mrs. F. I. ; are here for a few days Adams, Pearl Nov. 1 to Jan. 1
Bembry, Janice
Brant- Nov. 19 (FNS-Plans) for
tors in Wiest Palm this week working on details of elec-
ley, Gloria McDuffie, Nettie Pearl I a short course in law enforcementFOR WITH GREAT APPEAL TO
trical installation at the Ortona Norton and Beatrice Pratt. .
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. 1 1I locks.
Albert Busbin, a member of our EVERY<: WOMAN
I Saturday in West RENT-Lake Harbor four I
class, left 'last Thursday for Belle
Jno. M. Kenna, of Kingman. Kansas Glade rooms, bath, well, electric lights, \
Miss 'Jewel Rich, of where he will continue his half
the owner of considerable' acre ground, suitable for room- ,
Tenn., visited this in the Clewiston property studies. We are sorry: to lose him. ing house, beauty parlor. In business I Permanents from $2.50 to $10
and
and Mrs. C. L. Downs. area around By a mistake the sixth grade district. I
See druggist write M. I
or I.
Canal Point, was a business monthly honor roll was left out last Facial, manicure and arch, $1.50 '
visitor here Johnson, 536 Rush St., Chicago, 111.
Mrs C. L. Downs, E. Tuesday, calling on J; week. It is as follows: Pearl Bembry, Nov. 13-20-27, Dec. 44t.counO Facial. Shampoo and set
Dry
Beardsley, rental ''agent for his Janie ,
and Troy Puryear Brantley, Gloria McDuffie,
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Monday in Sarasota. < property. .', Anne Pafford, James Brewer, Elbert $1.50Haircuts
Hooker, Sonny V *
LEROY HAKE ENTERTAINED ughn. J. M. LOUSE $.35
Mr. and Mrs I. M.
WITH PARTY OV BIRTHDAY: The LaBelle High School boys and
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daughters, were
girls were over Thursday afternoonfor and Attorney at Law
Palm Beach Saturday One of the most unique
t 43)) partiesof a diamondball game. The Clew- Hopkins Building Butler's Beauty Shop
the 'season was the
birthday party iston boys won by a score 'of 16 to
I I tI I Mrs. C. E. Bovard, honoring the fifteenth birthday of 8 and the Clewiston girls won by a Wednesdays and Saturdays I Clewiston Inn Telephone 345

I : visited from Friday Hare held at the home of Mr. score of 14 to 3.'Ve 9:30 to 4:00

I I; with Dr. and Mrs. D. Mrs. R. J. Lee Tuesday night.

sisters.. Mrs. Lee and Miss Eve-
I Wonder If \
Mrs. M. H. Crouch -
Hare and his brother, R. M. Jimmie Hall will become I NORGE REFRIGERATORS -
L. Stewart were West a great
I 4 Jr., were hostesses and host scientist. '
visitors Thursday. Furniture and Home
Furnishings
the large group of young people.It Connie Clark and Christine Bell
was a hobo party with most I RADIOS
Gratton George spent of have a case. PHILCO

this week in guests coming attired in typical Elva Alston will 'become an opera Household Ed FriersonOn
FurnishingsInc.
the Ford school. costumes, Frances Wright win- singer.
the for the Old Moore Haven and
prjze best costump.
I Carlisle Redish will join the world Clewiston
Road
Mrs. Edith birthday gifts were wrapped series.

owner in the Bare old newspapers carried in .sacks Martha Nell Alston talks much BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA,
with
was a business ,visitor the refreshments further car- out of school. can supply"you

Her home is in Miami. >ing out the idea. Pork and beans, Pat McGehee will I
ever grow up. '
buns and hot 'chocolate I Bobby Ryah isn't getting, a rush L. B. MershonAGENT HOLIDAY .

C. F. Rowland, served. from the eighth grade girls. I TURKEYS

the American Red The group enjoyed, indoor games There is a reason for Billy Owen

::1,: I ersburg, was here on dancing until a late hour. Those being so bright. New York Life I All Young, Coin and Chufa Fed
day. included: Misses Josephine I

, ,I of Lake Harbor, Christine Program I Insurance Company I Any Size

: Miss Evelyn Hare Bernice Guthrie, Bernice O'- Those from the local Post of the I ARCADIA, FLORIDA ,

a ton George spent last Billie Hooker, Mildred Ward, American Legion 'who assisted In I
dale with Mrs. Prince, Ethel and Wil
Gladys ) our Armistice Day Program at the .
J. L. Scott. I and Dorothy Hare, Mrs. R. M. school were Capt. P. Deane Duff and .

I Jr., and Mrs. Gratton George, Commander O. A. Jones.

C. F. Phillips, Roberts, Bob Patterson,
Commander Jones gave a nice -: F-E-A-T-U-R-I-N-G
spector on the U. S. Patterson, Conrad Clark, Billie :-
brief talk and then introduced
been transferred to Francis Wiight, Sandy Bell, Capt.
Duff Beautiful PermanentsSOFT
mayor of Clewiston.
@ room of the .sub-office and Owen Winn, Vincent Og- Mayor
Duff gave a, fine .talk which enjoyed
apartment.'I Jimmie Hall, James Johnson, was NATURAL WAVE WITH RINGLET ENDS
by the entire school. .. .
Mrs. Maie Wright, Moorman, Joe Lee and Major \
I 111., arrived. Tuesday for The school is grateful to the American '"' .Machineless-No Electricity ,; '
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I Legion for their
co-operation. ,
I her son, F. M. Wright I -- t

I Mr. and Mrs. Wright ..\ { ROAST ENJOYED BY Birthday Partj.- I Thanksgiving Special I

: her in West::; Palm Beach.Mrs GROUP THURSDAY: NIGHT' Leroy Hare celebrated his fifteenth SHAMPOO, SET AND DRY-50cTURNER'S

-- birthday Tuesday night"at the
D. ,A. A large group of the younger set
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee, witha BEAUTY SHOP I
to a hospital in Tampa a steak roast Thursday hobo party. Ii

weeks period for on the prairie, south 'of Fred Games Phone 392 Hopkins BuildingAdvertises i
I Mr.. McGeachey took station, about ten miles I were played and a prize
day and returned of Clewiston. was given to the one best dressed. .....,..,-._.='-1.....,,_, ,._ ......- ,

Those attending and reporting a
Mrs. S. C. Stalls, Mrs. enjoyable
evening were: Mr. 1
Mrs. J. M. Coupe, Mrs.
Mrs., B. J. Schroeder, Mr. and
ti ers and Mrs. Carr Roy' Alston, Mr. and Mrs., A. W; I
''I Haven were the Mr. and Mrs. A. W: Lawrence, '
Keathley Bowden The Clewiston Chamber of Commerce
r. and Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mr. and '

: noon. R. J. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. S. L.rochet .'

i Mrs. T. ,
Mrs. Leah Spicer and B. Shelley, Miss

Leydig went to West Russell, A. P. Beery, Virgil Your Community

Friday to meet Miss Wilson., E. H. Martin and Parker

Florida Woman's It Serves the Public C"
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I hassee, who spent the : .

I II ENDEAVOR MEETS ,. ._
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The .
regular meeting of the Clew- .. : .
arrived here to work .
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""I was formerly connected held at the Community Church ._ -"'' It Serves YOU :. <, "

G3 S. Engineers on the nday evening. The last meeting'of

canal work. Everglades Union was discussed Thousands of visitors will come to Florida this year, drawn to the State by the gigantic .
was followed by a short pro- > '
---- program setting forth Florida advantages. How many of these visitors will come to Clewiston?
:Mrs: E. A. Houser
nesday from West Palm Those attending were Miss Doro-

she has spent the Lockhart, Miss Dorothy Hare, These visitors will learn that here they may view the great Government Flood Control. -
I : Elizabeth Winn, Hazel Prince, '
I months and will make1 :: Bernice work,' the $20,000,000 levee and Flood Control gates.' Here also may be viewed Lake Okeecho- -
O'Neal, Miss Mildred
I, with her son, S. W.
Houser. Miss Billie Hooker, Bob and bee, the largest inland water lake In the State. This territory embraces the most fertile agri-

Patterson, Leroy Hare, Carlton
:
Owen Winn cultural section in the world and the. largest single industry in the State of Florida. Unexcelled
; .Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jack Moor-

Mrs. Carr Settle and Jack Winn, Connie Clark, fishing and hunting abounds in the Everglades. The Clewiston Chamber of Commerce can bring -

: of Moore Haven were King.Wright, Bill Owen and A. these visitors here.

guests of Mr. and "

;.'.- ,the Bowden joint Tuesday birthday, the I You Need the Chamber. of Commerce

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Mrs.
Bowden and Mr.
School l e WS The Chamber of Commerce. Needs You

t Mrs. J. W!. Ezelle, ( ,

.i : .,. Jack Mrs. M. J. Hirsh, -
Lockhart, Mrs C. H. Editor ..................__..Ethel Willis JOIN NOW
-2k A. W. Lawrence and Ass't Editor Bernice! O'Neal

' art were visitors in Sports!' Editor ,,.....__Leltoy Hare and. profit. : by. the' improved business conditions, which will result,. from' the increased number of
: \ \'isor( ..'. Ii\s'
" t S day. I Dorothy; Lockhart visitors .to our. City. /

Mrs. M. C. Johnson,
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''f Mich., arrived t. Grade Weekly Honor Roll- t Officer
Contact An of the Organization ImmediatelyAnd .,. .
;' some time with her Mary Ruth Johnson, Grant Brew j.

A. R. Broadfoot and Kim Kolstad, Virginia Turner, I Become Member

met in West Palm Berner, Mary Dyess, Dicky

: Broadfoot and son, Junior Raines.
I Grade: 100% Spelling for D. G. ALSTON, President -
':', Mr. and Mrs. P. G. past week-: : ,1 ELBERT STEWART, Vice-President
I ;, '. J. E. BEARDSLEY, Secretary '
sonville
arrived
Nancy Wright, Grace Ward, Lou- '
CLAUDE DOWNS, Treasurer
\ their home In
, Prewitt June' Espenlaub, Mary
will be employed Smith, Mary Louise Thomas,
The Clewiston Chamber of Commerce
J':' season as a guide for I Ann Bailey, Faith Mitchell,

: the sugar house. Mrs. Crouch, Peggy Lawler, Ruth !

f R:/..' nelce of Mrs. E. J. Jacqueline Bledsoe,, William
: are living in the Ezelle Gene Mills Bobby Mayn-

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1936

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, I. BRIGH-T STAR / Ii ,DAY Sweeter. mir culou.5 than 5winburn&sSweeter lays .


W BARTON than 51 d1eysmelodious

Talks About Flight,

10,' By MARY SCHUMANN Food and Weight. Sweeter tha.rIou can

.,' im' ..9ine. 1 Fetr
ONE of the things a little difficult
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J I some to understand is why Are. the. poems I make,

cutting down on food reduces weightin in the.
Copyright: by Macrae Smith Co. WNU Service every overweight individual but up mystJF

the amount of food eaten does not nioKt, .

",' SYNOPSIS and the delicately moulded nose. living near some park, and her increase weight in every one whois 1\.r'c"1WNU

, Hugh stood still a moment while visit to them once when she had underweight.Some V
;',> Kezia! Marsh, pretty, selfish and twenty, ar. emotion burned through him. It met some Senator-what was his underweights hate no con- Q
r.'''', rives borne in Corinth from school and is met came on him with a surprise, almost name-and the really very nice trol of the situation and other could
r: by her older brother, Hugh. He drives her to
"" the Marsh home where her widowed mother. a choke. This lovely woman people who lived in Philadelphia.Later increase weight if thought were
Fluvanna, a warmhearted, self-sacrificing and was his-his. He left her in the when they were alone for I used.
r:," understanding soul, welcomes her. Kezia's sister house each morning she was a 'moment, Jim had smiled with One of the reasons why some indi- Service.Pedestrians .
i} Margery, plump and matronly with the his the viduals increase is
' his to return to at night. The pithof enigmatic eyes-strange cannot weight
of three with
/' care children, is at lunch them.
'" his heart pull of some eyes-and said: because of an over-
"Dorrie." "They've told me about you. I've active thyroid Protected

CHAPTER I-Continued She started a little as if recalled be wondering how you got your gland. An excess of Applying the rule of common

-2- from distant visions, then rose and name, Fluvanna. I never heard it the juice 01 this sense, the Supreme Court of Penn-
Margery's dainty figure had came toward him. Her sea-green before, but it has a nice sound, gland in the blood is sylvania has defined the rights of

grown plump, but there were con- eyes had an excited luminosity 'in like deep" water flowing ,under a r/'f just like having the pedestrians, motorists and street

tented lines about her eyes and their depths, as if her thoughts had bridge. draft on the furnace cars at crossings where traffic signal -
,, ., mouth. She wasn't sorry for herself been pleasant ones. She had gone home that night wide open all the lights are used. If the light is
.t tied down with three children "Hello, Hugh." with a disturbance in- her heart- time and so all the changed after a, pedestrian has

ry under six. She didn't mind her "Didn't. you hear me come in?" such as'she had never known be- fuel (food and fat started across the street, motor-
vanishing prettiness. This was the She smiled slowly up at him as fore, and said to herself: ""If he tissue in the body) ists and street cars must give him

life she had dreamed of ever since his arms went around her. "No, asks me, I shall marry him. gets burned up. the right of way to complete his
I)4) she had been a little girl and didn't hear you." Yes, it had been like that. These individualsDr. j ournozy.

M. played with her family of dolls-a "What were you thinking She found a note under the Barton are very active in
;; home, an adoring husband, and about?" knocker on Kezia's door. "Wakeme mind and body-no
,' children to tend and scrub and at eight. I'm playing tennis."
She shook her head. "Don'tknow chance for any fat to accumulate.If .
, It was five minutes to eight now.
dress attractively. day-dreaming, I guess." a part of this thyroid gland
She rattled the knocker and hearda
,
r "Margery precious! Kezia He kissed her. Her hand curledin were removed less of this juice GENUINE
came through the screen door, and his; a flush rose on her deli- sleepy response from Kezia.In would be made, and so as less food

>,r ran toward her sister. ,cate cheek. the kitchen, Anna, a chunky would be burned there would. be QUICK ACTING
Mrs. Marsh surveyed them all girl of Roumanian parentage,
"Have a good game? some increase in weight. Also as
from the head of the table, her turned from the stove with a liquid
"So-so. Joan and OrindaLesley the.individual would be less nervoushe
;, shine of welcome in her long dark BAYER ASPIRIN
gentle shining eyes resting on them "
Gates for a fourth. She would have a better appetite, be
one by one. "1Jo you realize this moved toward the table and put eyes. "G'morning, Mis' Marsh. less excitable, do less work and

is the first ,time we have sat down the: decks of cards :n their pasteboard "Good-morning, "Anna. Break- sleep better-all of which would also -
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together for years?" covers. "Lesley is a' poor fast almost ready? increase weight. TABLET!
She had never said anything like loser." "Ready in ten minutes or so. 1 And still another condition that
that before. With .utmost tact she Fluvanna awakened from haven't squeezed the oranges. Miss
a interferes with putting on weight despite -
had made Dorrie and Will Platt, Kezia be down?"
dream of Jim Marsh, her husband.She increased food is insufficient
Margery's husband, welcome, but had the illusion he was bend- "Yes, she's getting up. She is sleep or rest. And by rest is meant Bayer Tablets !
'i," Hugh felt that it added to her going to play tennis with some
ing' over, trying to tell her some- mental as well as physicaJ rest. Dissolve Almost '
< pleasure today to have just'' them. thing, and all the sick, unruly as- friends. I'll go out to cut some And what is quite naturally never InstantlyIn ,
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f'
It bridged the' interlude since they sociations that his brought flowers for the table.
memory considered ,
> had left her roof and become absorbingly unfurled themselves and waved exciting She went,, out to the garden. by some underweightsis 2 seconds by stop
the fact that have watch
they ,
may some a genuine
t interested in other pursuits banners. Presently, lying Eric Olsen, a young man who low or slow infection in the body I. BAYER Aspirin tablet
f. other persons. with her eyes wide open and see- took care of the yard and the starts to 'disintegrate -
which the body must figh with and to work. t---
; Margery forgot her role of digni- irig the reassuring light of day, the car, was cutting the tender lush 'food in addition to what is used as Bayer go Aspirin tablet Drop into a-
r. fied young matron, Hugh, his posi- sensation ebbed.N grass. The mingled fragrance of heat and a glass of water. By
:', tion as assistant to the, president Kezia was home-was right the lilacs, the shorn grass, the wild energy. the time it hits the bot
The then tom of the
point about increasing glass it Is .
of the Brower Steel Works, Kezia, crab, sent a tingling
., across the hall, sleeping in the response is make that disintegrating. What :,
weight to thereis
the sophisticated teachings of Lolly green and gold bedroom. Kezia through her being. She gathereda sure happens In this glass :,
"i, Masters, an older girl at school, was probably the reason she had bouquet of dark blue iris, then no underlying conditionoveractive happens in your

.. and her desire to model herself on dreamed of Jim. The child didn't clipped an armful of fragile nod- thyroid gland, not enough sleep, IStomach.'e

the lines of that seductive and fascinating look like him no, Hugh re- ding columbine. She wiped the some infection-that is interferingwith '
" ', person. sembled his father in stature and garden mould from her feet be- the building up processes of the For Amazingly Quick Relief

(/ "What are the headlines..about feature, but Kezia's whole person- fore the side door. body. Get Genuine Bayer AspirinYou
the Cornithlans, 'Marge? The ality carried a haunting reminder.The "Hello, Cousin Fluvanna," calleda ,Rest Is a Big Help.

; births, the weddings, the deaths, expressions she had, the tricky youthful voice from inside. "I While food is the biggest factor in can now get Genuine BAYER

:', the scandals particularly the way she raised her eyes and made just walked in-been wanderingabout. increasing weight, rest 6f mind and ASPIRIN for virtually If;? a.tablet

s i scandals! I love knowing the them aspiring and wistful, her ca- ." She held the screen open body, and getting out into the fresh at any drug store. .

I: dirt about people I It makes you joling manner which concealedher for Fluvanna. air, to develop a natural appetiteis Two full dozen now, in a flat

f feel you're not so bad yourself!" porposes, the' will to have her "Ellen! Been painting?" of great help. pocket tin, for 25tl j?I Try this new

1'; cried Kezia over the coffee. own way, all hinted at the femi- "I had to-this morning! Love- The foods to be eaten must be package. Enjoy the real Bayerarticlenowwithoutthoughtof

"You would," said Hugh. He nine counterpart of Jim. ly flowers-let me take them." high in food values (the high cal- price 1

; tweaked her ear as he rose. One She rose and drew up the shades. Fluvanna thought: "If you could oric diet) and contain also body Do this especially if want
you
_ o'clock. He must get back to the The perfume of lilacs came up paint yourself" among those flow- building elements, vitamins and quick relief from a bad headache,
office. "Put them on the spot- from a bush beneath the window ers, Ellen! Aloud she said: "Justin minerals which are so necessaryto neuritis
I or neuralgia pains. Note
: use machine guns!" and brought back the spring of time for breakfast-you must proper chemical actions in the illustration
Fluvanna followed Hugh to the long ago-lilacs, the murmur of stay. Kezia will be down in a min- body. BAYER above, and remember,

r door. "Give my love to Dorrie! growth, and two' people under an ute. I'll call her-tell her you're Just as protein foods meat, ASPIRIN works fast.

She's a thoughtful child she umbrella Just a week after here." eggs, milk and cheese- musl be And ask for it by its full name -

brought me a new book 'yesterday, she met him. Ellen put out a detaining nand. eaten by overweights to maintainthe BAYER ASPIRIN-not by the

a novel on China. Dear of her." That had been a momentous "Not yet-not just yet. I have body structure and replace worn name"aspirin" alone when you buy.

"She did?" Hugh's face bright- night, a kind of prescience aboutit I something to tell you." out cells so also must these foods Get it next time you want quick

ened as it always did when Dor from the second the Clements Fluvanna smiled. "Nice?" be eaten daily by underweights for relief.

rie was praised. Dorie hadn't had presented him. Fate did that "Very nice ". I'm engaged." the same purpose.

mentioned the gift, but she had a sometimes. Usually it worked "No!" The necessary minerals and vita- 15C FORA pR" ?

queer respect and affection for his soundlessly, but once in a great "Yes, lam," returned Ellen ec mins are supplied by fruits and DOZEN_ Ss

mother, a revealing admission. while it spoke a single word to statically. "It happened last night! vegetables'and whole grains; the 2

He spent the afternoon going you-"Now." To Jerry!" fats are supplied by butter, cream, FULL25 C

over the cost sheets, and had' Ella Clement had said: "This is "Dear-dear!" murmured Flu- egg yolks; and the starches by sug- y

talk with Sloan, the president, over our 'cousin, James Marsh, from vanna. "You told me quite a bit ar, bread, potatoes and also cereals.In VirtuallyIc .
the price cutting of the Arrow Philadelphia. He is opening'an about him, brought him here addition to eating the three a tablet '

Steel, which kept him until after insurance agency here ." and I still I didn't think so soon regular meals daily, the use of ,a
H
Ella had gone on chattering in her I LOOK FOR THE BAYER
banana, orange, candy or chocolatebar
five.He about the Marshes (TO BE CONTINUED) ,e
took his car from the park- tangential way bread and butter might well

ing shed under the bridge and slow- be taken half way between break-

ly wove his way through the impatient fast and lunch and half way be- BLACK,WALNUT KERNELS
late-afternoon traffic. Effects of Constant Noise on System Are tween lunch and dinner.

He ran into a station to fill
gas These often feel
Regarded Hazard to Workers' LongevityStatistics underweights Bought in Large and Small Quantities
his tank. A friend as
up boyhood weak about four o'clock in the after- Prices-Absolute

Doc Hiller, waved to him as he noon but think that if they eat any Highest Writ for information te Responsibility,circular
passed. He waved back. He hada to show the life expec- clared, "is disturbance of the blood food they will spoil their ,appetitefor and prices

shamed feeling of ingratitude at' tancy of boiler makers are not immediately vessel apparatus and the increasein the evening meal. As a matterof R.L. Also FUNSTEN car load COMPANY buyer.,St.of Pecans Louis,Me.

the sight of Doc. They should go available, yet it is prob- the degenerative processes in the fact it has been found that eating

to see the Hillers, have them for.. able that the din of the boiler fac- heart and arteries." A differenceof something about 4 o'clock buoys

dinner. They had called, made SOI tory is a hazard to their longevity.Dr. 19 per cent in energy expenditure them up, enables them to do a lit- Balancing the ChipA
many friendly advances-and Doc Foster Kennedy, professor otl tle more work without being tired, easily insulted is one
increment after in person
was such a darn good fellow! But neurology at Cornell university i working a and they do not feel too weak or who cares too much about trifles.
Dorrie had a cool way of ignoring medical college, gave reason to noisy, as compared with a quiet tired to enjoy the evening meal.
debts she did not intend to environment has been showr
pay. this view by describing, at a symposium exper- While the average adult man may '
"
"Yes, she would reply listlesslyto on noise held under the imentally, and this Doctor Kennedy require about 3.000 calories a day LASTA

his suggestion, "sometime we auspices of the Noise-Abatement characterized as a main factor' in and a woman 2,500calories, if AT

must have them. Don't feel "up to commission and the New York the development of fatigue in work- weight is to be gained this shouldbe
it now. Perhaps next week COUGH RELIEF-THAT ,
Medical society, a series of experi- increased to not less than 4,000
He lived on a street which had ments at Bellevtie hospital, says ers.A similar result effected by noise calories and 3,300 calories re ALSO SPEEDS RECOVERYRemember
been part of the fairway of a golf'
the Technology Review. These re- was reported late' last year at the spectively.
course before the town had spread the name! It's FOLEY'S! HONEY:
westward. The small Colonial and corded charges in pressure on the University of Indiana, where Dr. Without trying to "count the cal- &: TAR! Double-acting. One set of ingredientsquicklysoothea.rclievcstickling.hackmg.cough
brain caused by sudden noise, suchas Roland C. Davis showed experi- ories sample meals for the day -
,
English style houses attrac-
were ing coats irritated throat linings to keep
tive and well-kept, each with its that made by the bursting of an mentally that any uncontrollable might be as follows: Breakfast: you from coughing. Another set reaches the,
inflated bag. bronchial tubes,loosens phlegm,helps break:up
paper muscular strain occurs within one marmalade or
or or
hedge and prunes orange For
evergreen shrubberyand a cough due to a cold and speeds recovery.
driveway leading back to the In one experiment it was found ten-thousandth of a second after the grapefruit; cereal with milk, cream quick relief and speedcd-up TtCO tTY,HONEY: ,*

garage. His own house was of that the normal pressure was noise, the speed of the strain in- and sugar; 1 egg or 2 slices of ba- &TAR.druggist Ideal for double-acting children,too.FOLEY'S Get bottle today.SMALL .
tapestry brick with casement win- raised 400 per cent, and was not dicating that it is caused by a mus- con; 2 slices of,toast with 3 squaresof

dows, green flower-boxes on the restored until 30 seconds had cular reflex. This tightening of butter; tea, coffee, water. 10:30a.

square porch at the side, green and passed. The record was securedby the muscles was shown by attaching m.: Glass of milk. LunchVegetable -.
henna awnings. He left the car in means of a small drum con- electrodes to the arms of stu- soup, helping ol meat or egg SIZE E S', LARGE SIB

the drive. Perhaps Dorrie would taining a partial vacuum, placed dents and using an oscillograph or fish; fruit or vegetable salad; 60c $1.20

want to go out after dinner.A against the soft portions of the system to record the sound and bread and butter;, light milk or
bridge table in the living-room, heads of several patients from the resulting tension in millionthsof custard pudding; water or milk. I I

with cards and scores littered ont whom parts of the skull had pre- a second. In this experiment a 3:30 or 4 p. m.: Milk, candy or egg- I '-' .
: testified to recent activity. Then viously been removed for other shrill whistle took the place of nog, or banana or orahge. Dinneror 6gpNA o -

he saw Dorrie in a small sunny reasons. The drum registered vi- bursting bags. Whether the stu- supper: Light soup; good help- recognized Remedy for Rheumatic' ",
room just beyond, sitting relaxed, brations in the brain and these dents expected the sound or were ing of meat; potatoes, one green and Neuritis sufferers. A perfBlood '

quiescent, her hands folded in her were recorded by a needle tracingon surprised by it, the strain occurred. and one other vegetable, 2 slicesof Purifier. Mikes Build thin Strength Blood and'Vigor.Rich end

lap. The sun v touched her bur- paper. Even when they sr jght to will their bread, 3 squares of butter, des Always Healthy.Effective Why suffer?

nished hair, accentea the creamy "The undoubted effect of con- muscles to stay relaxed, no differ- sert, tea, coffee or milk. Bedtime: "f7.'lIfWcI.'I''Yi.'IJlcm.II')' "_ -
pallor of her skin, her red mouth, stant noise." Doctor Kennedy de- ence was shown. Warm milk or cocoa.

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{ Comfort of Sleep Tailor Put Chesterton's
'
; >, Outstanding QualitiesIT Practical Joke to Profit

f" ---- SLEEP! to the homeless, thou

IS strange and mournful home; On one occasion the late G K.
ti, that the qualities The friendless find in thee a Chesterton came upon a sign in

. '. which enable men to shine are friend; a humble tailor's window which
[ exactly those which minister to i S d>c4. Nq: ,fE And well is he, .where'er he read: "This style made to measure -

: the worst ruin. God's highest li '$ roam, 45s." Now Chesterton weighed
& sSFST3
4tey % <
: gifts-talent, beauty, feeling, 1* \$> ji4 "Vr* v? &* Who meets thee. at his jour- 224 pounds and looked every'ounce.
; : imagination, power; they carry ., ri w ; ney's end. Thinking to embarrass the

i i with them the possibility of the p. -Ebenezer Elliott. tradesman, he went in. The enterprising -
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I highest heaven and the lowest : tailor took his measure

!, II ., hell. The shallow fishing-boat Great Deeds without a murmur. He was told
i glides safely over the reefs to come back in two weeks. Out

; .: where the noble barque stands; GREAT deeds cannot die; of curiosity he did so.

r; it is the very might and majesty with the sun and In the window he saw his suit

i : of her career that bury the moon renew their light adorning an elephantine and improvised i
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I. sharp rock deeper in her bos- For ever, blessing those that dummy, and under it
: om.-F. W. Robertson. look on them. the legend, "We made this suit for

-Tennyson. Mr. Chesterton for 45s. No order
I Talent is long patience. too big for us.-Morning Post.

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I Literature. a KeyThe I Cross-Stitch Towels I

wealth of beauty to which I

literature is the key is absolutely View of a Village in Eritrea. I
illimitable. It unlocks the store- .

house of all known human wisdomand Prepared by the National Geographic Society. between the, two. Where there are pattern : of six motifs averaging.
gives the reader freedom to .Washington D. C.-WNU Service. Arabs in the East there is usuallythe 4% by. inches; illustration of all

choose what he desires.If spots on earth are so bar- negro, too-from many parts of stitches needed; color:: suggestions;

his choice is wise, it broadens FEW so inhospitable, as Assab, Africa. Arabs have been slave trad- material requirements.Send .

r his thought, intensifies his love of on the vest coastof ers for centuries, especially along 15 cents in stamps or coins,
Ifl\ the beautiful, teaches him sympathy the Red sea. With only a these coasts.: In this district the (coins preferred) for this pattern ..
1 makes him capable of en- few palm trees, some low houses sea route seems to have been the to The Sewing Circle Needlecraft'

joying the pleasures of others, allows ani a well set between the glaring simplest; one finds here more Somali Dept., 82 Eighth Avenue New.
him to feel emotions which Red sea and a waterless waste be- negroes than Sudanese. York, N. Y.

r inspire noble deeds, gives him yond, it seems a hopeless place for Recently a new element Lat come Write plainly pattern number

: higher ambition in life, with a white men to choose as home. -the Indian traders, common now your name and address.
I sense of duty and a desire to fulfill Yet here the Italian colony of in nearly all places on the east
I it. Eritrea began its blistering ex- coast of Africa. It is they who in I

istence. Neither treasures nor sheer the main, bring cheap Japanesewares II ,
I II
adventure, however had anythingto into the retail trade of the
do with its beginning. What is, country.

now Eritrea began in 1870 when Arabs, on the other hand, carry Pattern 1302
When You Want the Italian Rubattino Steamship most of the Red sea local traffic in

company needed a coaling stationin their sambuks, or baby .clippers, You'll enjoy doing thesetheygo
i f to Alkalize the Red sea and bought the Bayof whose form has changed but little so fast! You'll, enjoy owning

Assab and its miserable oasis with passing centuries.The them-they're so effective! The

Stomach Fast from a petty local' ruler the sultanof Dahalach islands, facing Mas- simple cross stitch dishes contrastso

Raheita. saua, are the center of Arab pearl well with the dainty flowers. KEROSENE oRSOLINE. Coleman
Until then Assab only a small
II was fisheries and mother-of-pearl deal Any bride-to-be would be delightedwith GA .
harbor for the sambuks or Arab
e:s. a set of these-they'd cer- MODELS AIR-PRESSURE
sailing craft, trading on the Red Behind the smooth surface of Mas- tainly make an effective.Fair do-

I I sea. Even today it is little more. saua's harbor entrance stretches a I nation. Lose no time, for you'llwant Mant/eLAMPS

\ Assab proved itself of slight use broad ,lagoon, from which glaringsun to make, a number of sets. Protect your eight with
as a coaling depot; yet by its pur- Pattern 1302 contains transfer this eyesavingColemaa
draws Backof a
a trembling vapor.
was light! Kerosene and Gasoline Pressure Manila
chase the
company
Rubattinq the lagoon rise the jagged out- Lamps provide tip to 300 candlepower of live
launched into the business of buying light...nearest like natural daylight,,.kind
lines of what one at firs takes to
to
your eyes.
land. 1879 small Italian military -
By a
be white sand dunes, quivering in NawabAbout Yon can enjoy the finest light for only\f.
; force had landed in Assab and Ingenious night. No home can afford to be without a
i iI hoisted the Italian flag in this cor- the heat like a mirage, ghostly in Coleman. Bay it from your local Coleman
their detached existence. Every- 30 years ago in Rajkot, dealer. FACE Folden-Send Postcard Nowl
ner of the world. Today, that red, rent
where the heat rests like' a curseon India, the Nawab of Junagadhheld THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
white and green banner flies over a all living creatures. a reception during which, for Dept.WU17S.Wichita Kant.;Chicago,JILl
strip of Red sea coast which is 670 Philadelphia, Pa.| Loa Angeles,Calif.Man .
I Try This Amazing Fast Way miles Inland from Assab Yet.since man cannot escape this the first time, he never;; moved
I I long. heat, he has put it to work. Here from his throne. The guests were
i 0 the desert rise the cool high-
-The "Phillips" Way across
is one of the largest salt works on suspicious, yet he constantly
\ lands of Ethiopia .(Abyssinia). < b 4 *'.i'J.M 3 i CM :W
j I Millions Are AdoptingOn the Red sea coast. What one thinksare smiled at them and seemed to be
Torrid, barren and feverstrickenis I ] our Catalogs from home. Eyery-
white sand dunes are really enjoying himself. And he was. H-s ']thing supplied by u.Including stamp!
every side today people are being the coast that stretches north- huge piles of white salt! was asleep. Having had too much "No sclUntf. Write. enclosing stamped
detail. NA110N-
addressed envelope for
west from Assab but as approach -
you
urged to alkalize their stomach. And In wide, flat basins connected by opium before the' reception, he WIDE B1STRIBUTOBS, 401 Broadway, Dept. HH, I.T.Co
thus ease symptoms of "acid indigestion the port of Massaua the to-
canals with the Red sea, salt water had had his court artist paint a i
+ nausea and stomach upsets.To pography begins to change. Behind
gain quick alkalization, just do Massaua the green highlands rise evaporates perhaps more quickly gay, happy smile on his face so he WEEKLY !
this: Take two teaspoons of PHILLIPS' in steep embankments, forming a than anywhere else in the world. In could be present and still take his LOOK QUICK! .$35.00 SALARY.To .
MILK OF MAGNESIA 30 the salt of Massaua the Afri- much needed nap. Collier's MAN or WOMANwith Auto sell EGG I
sort of gateway to the interior of pans PRODUCER to Farmers..Six Months Contract f
minutes after eating. OR-take two Africa.It can sun evaporates in a single day Weekly. EUREKA MFQ. CO., Dept C, East ft. Louis.III. I II
Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tablets. was when Italy occupied Mas- almost 2,000,000 gallons of water. I
Relief comes almost at once- saua in 1885 that Eritrea took defi- To this terrific heat Massaua owes r

usually in a few minutes. Nausea nite shape; now the area in Eritrea an important part of its income-

f "acid"gas"-fullness indigestion"after pains eating leave. You and ruled by Italy stretches inland' Ji: from the export of salt. 0 9 1 A .I

I I ; feel like a new person. some places 220 miles or more to The Climb to Asmara.In .

: ; I Try this way. Get either the liquid the frontiers of Ethiopia anc" the An- summer, Massaua Italians

: "Phillips" or the remarkable, new glo-Egyptian Sudan. speak of Asmara, the colony's cap- 1 g" I
,- I Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tablets. In brief, within 20 years after the ital city, as paradise.The ,
I Each one equals a teaspoon of tho Rubattino company bought Assabas air route from Massaua to i iI I
I I liquid. Only 25 j?? a box at all drug a coaling station which was lev- Asmara is barely 4w miles. The i t i i r i t r t ii I

i stores. er developed, her colony here had railroad and the highway are almost i

j ALSO IN TABLET FORM: come to cover nearly 46,000 square twice as long; they wind up
Each tiny tabletlstheegmvaleot miles of Africa. On January 1, 1890, to where Asmara stands nearly 't i

\ ,;;,,,, this new colony was christened Eri- 8,000 feet higher than Massaua.One '>
I of a teaspoonful / n tfftY1j; .
of genuine '' trea by the Italian government, in climbs into the four-coach ,,., '!
y'Z;; .. z. I
; /f.
Phillips' Milk + remembrance of the "Mare Ery- 1tj U. '.
i of Magnesia. train which makes the one and only '1<' '" }.1v.
thraeum, as the old Romans called daily run to Asmara. At first the '. I., .t..,"... _
the waters of this'part of the world. "" '
road lies over fairly even country, f"..-. _.."""-- :
Masrana a Hot Place to Work. dotted with a few palms and low ,. Young and Old, Alike, Need Vitamin B

H MILK OF Massaua, one of the hottest citiesin sycamores. Panic-stricken by. the *
Quaker Oats
PHILLIPS' noise for Keeping Fit. Supplied in
the world, with its environs, is of the locomotive, a lonely,
-MAGNESIA Nervousness constipation, appetite' know no
poor
long-legged ostrich flees across the ?
the home of 15,000 natives and
a age limits. They prey upon ,thit energy of thousands
few hundred Europeans. The white fields.. & when diets lack a sufficient amount of the precious
Silence Is a RemedyWe Slowly now the track begins to Vitamin B so richly supplied by a Quaker Oats breakfast.So .
all make mistakes- men, mostly Italians, work duringthe serve the whole family .a bowl of Quaker Oats
many day in their offices under big climb; and the temperature sinks. every morning.
most, of them in what we say. fans, with glasses of cool water on Mountain slopes become greener, r I *Wberc poor condition it Jut to lack Vitamin BDIFFICULT

their desks. In a damp and steamv and one can see fruit-bearing cac- D LFp .
I air they toil with a mean temperature tus, and a little later also the first mac A

for July of 94 degrees Fahren- euphorbia.
heit, 20 degrees hotter than the Over this easy route men now
Py average for the hottest month in travel at high speed. Four hundred
New York. years ago, a certain group moved
Service in the government and ad- over it slowly painfully, in one of
ministration; routine work for ship- the strangest undertakings in the I .DECISIONS By GLWAS WILLIAMS I

tH15 ping companies and banks; tradein history of colonization. Here in the ..
Z DROP products of the land; the im- summer of 1541 Dom Christovao da '
b 'PltF portation of goods-all these go Gama, "a strong hero, whose heart -.. \ -r v / \ V f Coprrtfbt.193*.by Th Ml S/jdleiU.Jfit) I

F TREQTM DT D SIQ their routine way, uninterrupted by seemed to be made of iron and
1. A t the murderous climate. steel," together with 400 of his Por-

.Vp Only by constant work can the tuguese warriors, marched under
SOy S1 white man stand the climate and incredible hardships from Massauato
NOSE DROPS BOTTLES the high plateau. Neither ad-
forget the heat. No idle man could
r endure it here. Except for a few venture nor chance to loot drew
nurses in the hospital, no white them; their urge was to save Chris-
tianity in the world's oldest Chris- '
women live in Massaua in summer.
Miserablewith Then, the families of white employees tian kingdom.At .
HS go to the high plain of Hama- that time a powerful Moslem
backache ? sien, the real center of Eritrea. general, Mohammed Gran, "the
b The harbor of Massaua is the only Left-handed," had decided to make

WHEN kidneys function badly and place in Eritrea where large shipscan Abyssinia a Moslem land. He had f
suffer a nagging backache, tie up at docks to dischargetheir wiped out the Christian Ethiopian
with dizziness, burning, scanty or too passengers and cargo. For emperor's army slaughtered the
frequent urination and getting up at this reason it was here that the Christian population, and burned the ti---- .--
night; when you feel tired, nervous, of Italian and churches. It was to check Moham-
landing troops war
allupset. use Dean's Pil s.Doen's .
are especially for poorly materials took place. med Gran and to aid the Christian
i working kidneys. Millions of boxesare emperor that young Christovao da -TRVlhfG 1b HaP A SMALL! BOY Ar1ER: 'Z2: ::
Population Is Much Mixed. Gama, the fourth son of Vasco da VOU
VELOCIPEDE
i used every year. They are recom A FAtt. BV PICKING UP HIS ,
mended the country over. Ask your The native population is a color- Gama and brother of the governorof RE&J.12E!. ro IF YoU) UGO: OF.If NOw', HE'lL.
i neighbor! ful mixture. Here you see some Indic at that time came to As- TOM6LE) OVER BPCKWARP5 iMfO 1 fME: 60ffER}
I pure Ethiopian Hamites; also, always mara. Though da Gama was cap- AND IF yOU DON'f )LEf: 60 Tip: WHOLE NEIGHBORHOOD -
\ near the coast, many Semitic tured and put to death and most of WILL SOON BE ON HAND, PROBABLYSNARING
DOAN SPILLS Arabs who invaded the land partlyas his faithful followers fell in battle -friC: SMALL BOV'5 OPINioN :

conquerors, partly as traders, or through their sacrifice a rare old' Tr1A"f( VOU'REmVlN6' (b SfEftL ..IfI (
as members of that uncertain class culture was saved to the world. .

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C, .'".vrffty Church- gradually returned to his practice.The because I thought I was writln' a loau.There's : manager and part owner of the mill,
only surviving relative is a story and didn't understand that I 1 a lot of things the news- had a leg broken when a stack of '

sister, Mrs. G. B. Reynolds of :::3t.I was drawin' a man. taper: business knows about that feed fell In the warehouse upon him

c I.; -on page 1) I Louis, Mo. Immediately upon hear- W/hile/ Pensacola didn't attempt I ought to be explained to Plumbers and he was confined to the hospitalfor

\\7' .1 ", .';0: history:! of thai. ing of his death she chartered an airplane do me bodily harm, they let It be and Doctors and Butchers and Bakers -I several months. Consequently all Ol
to fly from St. Louis for the known that while my story was all and we've got plenty of good activity has been suspended throughthe
a will be tol
11,1 story body. Sunday morning the body was right as far as it went, I overlookedthe boys in our outfit that can TELL summer.

bv r 'tw.: Linn and Pro" put aboard the ship and taken to Naval Air Station, Ft. Barrancas ";:':M. If we can't talk NEWSPAPERS An immense quantity of Para

E :& ,r .". '>. F. Beardsley wi I St. Louis for burial. Pensacola Beach and a lot of o-i our own convention platform we is
grass now to
ready cut, and the
He wis sixty-three years of age at other At Panama : might try talkin' about 'em on the
gill r .r .H'Y of the church;. Mis? important points. greater part of it is so large that
',, the time of his death. City It seems I neglected to men- : other fellow's. Even if we didn't get
: i* tI )_< >9 story of th only the ends of the stalks may be
tion the paper mill and it was insin- I suits, we would at least GET EVEN used.
cu U: *; rs, J. S. Eeardsley Every effort will be made to
uated that I ought to have nose and that's somothin'1And !
my
get this
"Reliable" Goes crop off and ground before
t: as) l..e T adieu:: Aid Society Dredge examined or somethin', and to cap now If there is nothin' further
possible frost
comes to ruin it.
era ; --, r !11 give the history the climax even my old friend Walter -I: the meetin' will stand adjourned. !
To MacKenzie ContractThe Most of the handicaps which
face
Of p' ,.!pie's organization Hays of Orlando takes me to task I
a new Industry of this
for not warnin' folks about the I kind are be-
: cows
the "' :'Wigtfip anne 1: Everglades Milling Co. lieved now to have been overcome
on the highway, so it seems that no
T V1- bL icld with ; dredge, "Reliable" little 10- and the owners of the plant
are
matter what I it's
f i1 criea.tg: t of severe ; inch hydraulic dredge owned by D. say wrong. Started Mill ThursdayMoore hopeful of a good winter season.
But I wasn't to tell EVERY-
tryIn'
moved
or ( '.oir and men's I W. Ireland of Fort Myers,
THING. I thought it was a good ideato
qua "d the sermon by Rer. through Moore Haven Wednesday
I leave some things for the tourists
Linn morning en route to LaBelle where Haven Democrat)
and visitors to find out for them-
Tile church was organized on November she will be used to finish up the The Everglades Milling Company
selves. I wanted Blountstown, the
7, 1926 by; the Rev. Joseph contract of the Atlantic Construction I II resumed operations at their plant

Taylor Drittan, D. D. The first pas- Company, or the MacKenzie contract i cows, Wewahitchka and the paper: ]here :yesterday at noon after an acci-

tor was Rev. Ernest K. Mechlin who I as It is familiarly' known.' The Reliable -j mill to be a sort of SURPRISE, butI I dent to an employee had prevented ; ;
in the future it's to il
;
guess me a
served until :March: 31, 1927. He irassucrPided has been on a job on the Atlantic up starting: at the scheduled time, FLORIDA
to tell the truth, the whole truth andnothin' j
l r-y Rev. Thomas Bailey coast for several months in I | Thursday morning. Austin Lanier
but the TRUTH, and ]
who served until May 1933. Rev. the Intra Coastal waterway.. may II i had an arm broken while cranking a
God have soul. I
,.11'n' "\; as the next pastored This section of the Caloosahatchee mercy on my I II [i tractor preparatory to cutting Para

until September 2, was left by MacKenzie in June when I The pres's Convention was highly I gr'a- In a company field.

veedvsd by Rev. D. Jen- the high water hampered dredging successful and seemed to satisfy everybody : The mill was closed flown the mid-
q ,
1 who has remained operations. As he was considerably but a few disgruntled dele-
i I d'0 of June because wet weather prevented -
11 I ahead with the contract, the army gates who had the crazy idea that cutting' the crop of Para
of church af- to" his on account of it being a gatherin' of
gardless I engineers allowed Kim move I I Soon afterward J. G. Alhands,
rT' i j'itCd' and urged to at- equipment to Okeechobee to work on I I.newspapermen we ought to spend at grass

t ''rI : ':niversary services. the Taylor Creek project near ,that least some of our time discussin' sy I tit

city. Since that time the companyhas problem affectin' the craft, like AX"X......NON x..XK..x...x N x N X"Xfor ... f A 9 I II
_
'I' \T DIES ff sub-contracted a portion of: the "How to Secure More Advertising"and 'q'l' 1

levee job let to WilbanksPearceand "What to do about Delinquent !' !
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ied from page 1} are reported to have a machineat Subscribers." ....1 '

d' er 17. i work now in the Nubbin Slough But any experienced convention i Good Farm -
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7 was born in Manateet vicinity at the extreme eastern end I delegate knows that in a two-day I'i

l' "t an early age movedto I I I.of this levee. session nobody has time for such i

_':',aud where the family A small dragline was sent throughlast nonsense and besides it would be discourteous h! Land

ho; alt ed Ee was an early pio- week by the MacKenzie to the guests who drove II

nee i *_ west part of the Lake Company to throw up earth retain- 500 miles or more to explain all '

secton \ lk''e he trapped, workedon ing levees to be filled with the discharge about the Screw Worm Menace, how I'i Rent

d '; and as captain of a boat, from the Reliable in the limited Big Trees from Little Acorns Grow

canMile: o[;.-n at the mouth of Mineral 'I spoil areas. and the Importance of Mosquito Control Stop at the

on trips from the lake to I .

Ills'u"!. i[Heavy Bean Yield Now don't get me wrong. I ain't I fELitLabLeta
F T" !O) until 1926 he was assox' =!I I sayin' that the subject of NEWSPAPERS ., III III"I' '

"-i". Mrs. Maud Wingfield : From,Two Bags Seed should not be discussed. I'mj I ''
R fta where he handled ''l 312 S. E. SECOND. AVENUEAll
11' ; simply explainin' that the subject is ""III
rt'J '' > *ror-i the Indlar out of place at _a PRESS convention.I C' -'

T-'. ; ""iee Volley to Ever (Moore Haven Democrat) The trouble is, newspaper folks have !!! Trespassers Outside Rooms With
I
Dr. D. M. Draughn gets credit for
1 for their aligator been asleep at the switch. Instead Pl'j\ate Bath _
:the largest Dean yield reported this : l Will Be
Mlt .' nd had the repute- #j[ of worryin' over the problem of tryin' -

!,, Indians as a square .i season to date from his farm about to talk about themselves at their II COOL, CLEAN: QUIET
four miles east of town. ProsecutedThe
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'h
::
own convention, what they ought to
r i,;.rviees were held in Fort The crop was picked for the first Overlooking Biscayne Bay
do Is take a tip from a lot of up-to-
MS I'" Englehart Funeral time last week and nearly a thous- : AI i! sfi
? date organizations and start a camp 'I' and
Two blocks to Shops, Theatre
taken off in the
and
hampers were
hon ,< foment, was in the For .
aign' to talk about NEWSPAPERS
.' first picking. The bushes were so fi iP- Business Section. '
Myr:! 1 .:v' cry. He is survived by at somebody else's convention. Then Ii!
Lou 'fs JMrs. Lee Roan, Mrs. C. heavily laden with fruit that. the they'd be gettin' somewhere. 'i -

Hub T.rrJ.. B. Adams and Mrs. greater number of them were torn RATES
Jno T-. .11 of Fort Denaud; two too badly ,for a second picking, less When the Bar Association meets I Ii t
again, what we ought to do is hornin .
nepl :-v Earl Murray and Harvey than. a hundred hampers being pick- $1.50 Single
on their meetin' and make these
Dye. ct Fort Denaud, and two ed the second time over. I I '
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nelc TIr& C. J. Richards of :Miami This yield was from a tract of approximately lawyers listen to a 2-hour talk onNEWSPAPERS. ClewistonCompany $2.50 Double :,
Then we could havea
and '-s. Frances:;: Adkinson, .r IN *- five acres on which two i ;
Bell bags of seed beans had been planted.Not flyin' squadron of able orators to Special Family, Weekly &

an ounce of fertilizer was used, gallop hither and yon and tell our Monthly Rates '

material used and the story to the Cattlemen's Association, \
: no spray was
'. 'clunan Found field'''was only cultivated one time.I the Horticultural Society and the l'lill 1,1, S. D. McCREARY Proprietor
Junior Chamber of Commerce, Opti- r.'I. ,I

D k. '-. Diesel' DredgeL When picked the bushes were so mists Club the Better I 'J/,,1... ............ .NN. ....... ....1Ii"
o heavy with fruit that none of the and Baby Bu- I. .NNN.. . .N NM. .NNH. .N N. .r

pickers were willing to stop pickingand

take the job of carrying hampers
L, H. 5S -
Is McLaughlin, aged 3-
from the field.
,t o; -A'vr :and brother of Daniel -
Part of the was taken to
crop
.cu: -hiivi' of LaBelle, was
Belle Glade and sold after grading
"
for.' I1'1: '"i idv morning aboar t tjdg1
while the remainder sold to
the '' c iie-;;"'l on which he wa was
trucks here. SAFETY DIVIDENDSRecord
emp1 Fed ac: night! watchman. The SAVINGS

drew ", has teen tied up in the Ca-

loos .jatcl'e" :it, and McLaughltr rn *
: vcr

had peen enmloyed by the Standard :::;;;
i.1 I'
Dree" ::ing" Cbiipany a watchman Too Late To
'.:? :.: .
for fno past eleven months. I I. "" > of Dividends of
:;. :. :/.S r/l .
McLaughllr's body was discovered 'lusnll .'
CJ3y Kay .
earl' in the morning by G. F. Ellis, .\ Clewiston Home Building Association
: ; ,
engi"er and? day watchman on the 'Ins rrrrrrrprrrrararrrrrrDIA .;' )
dreg o, and he .Immediately reported RATE
'
couple of weeks I let I RATE
ago myself
to F co!ni;" av officials in Fort My-
ers t" the :"lerdrj" county officials. go, took- down my hair and to mn : YEAR "/: .' PERCENT YEARi PERCENT
the best of my humble ability at- .. 1
Jud F. / T.ider had charge of r. _
the ''"Jets.' arj the coroner's jury tempted to describe the charm and ., .> 1928 :: :";", 5.5 1933 6- "W

fou.. tart( "", -. McLaughlin came" to chids beauty about of West with Florida.utter I tossed abandon or-, : /} : 1 1929 ::;it*("'j'. ,- 7 I 1934 6

;his :athl' "unknown causes. He used about .- :< ;;i:", :: '. 1935 6'
had aen lid) '"\>7 the past two weeks. ,up nine dollars worth of ..... -. 1 1930 ': 4

'J't > foGY: -vas found by Mr. Ellis high class adjectives and thought'I'd '" .' .,-. ...::: : :: 1931 .: \ :..t:4" 1936 6. :,'

at V foot ,:f tile iron stairs pretty well covered the territory ; ',.
dowMel' Fran ihe Diesel's leading. from Pensacola to the Suwannee.But ; 1932 ,6,

."hl'n" when I went back out in that ; ;
: ace was bruised but
he d'j not rave any wounds or iti section last week to attend the Press ,Y1. ;

jurh,". considered sufficient to cause Convention, Editor 7 Knight of the ; \ : :Ei. : !

deatii It Y.as the opinion of the coroner Blountstown Record, crowded me into V } :;: : :
: y: '
. ',: jury bat McLaughlin might a corner and proceeded to get :me i "' ; CALL BY THE HOME

have *tainted told in all the languages, includin' .... >
and fallen or suffered :-'. : BUILDING OFFICE FIRST
; a su ''t\V. r* attack. There was no the Scandinavian. .'. ',
I. evict 0 \\or Bi'pirion of foul play. Accordin' to brother Knight, as a. Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND I

IV" ..TcLau:hlin: Is columnist I'm a total loss, when It I
, survived by hiswife return. Home Building has never paid
.., to TALK THINGS OVER.
, 1 <- "., trade comes geography. What I don'tknow -
McLaughlin, and
:
: would fill the Grand dividends of less than 4 .
:: a of Alva. The bo- Canyon.; percent per year.

f I.d,c'L. Fort and interment.Drum for the Furthermore and inconsiderate I'm careless,for,while unobserving I devoted In these days of reduced interest on savings , I :

..
t plenty of space to such miner accounts and reduced returns on other :

[:;.,. f SEEBOLD subjects as Pensacola, the Gulf Coast forms of investment Home Building offers
GVthe
:
JTUKDAT, IN LaE ELL1!: Highway: ; Panama City, Wakulla' .
'Springs and a score of other points. J' conservative, thrifty investor the investment -

(- I > L. Seebold, a resident I completely Ignored the city Of' '
best suited his needs. Investigate
of T. the past sixteen years, Blountstown, in spite of the fact I to ...

.,' diedurdr 't it at his home there Sat- that they're buIld In' a brand new Clewiston Home Building Association S

;; )'-r"g! from a heart attack. bridge 'across the river there and '

His th f me as a great shock to are pavin' the streets, bulldln new ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME '

his ,v. i.lends throughout the houses and got prosperity and pro- little as $5.00 per month or as much as BUILDING 1 1 '
cour gress by the tail with a down-hill
h D" :.- '""" 1 moved to LaBefte in $1,000.00 1 in a lump sum, you'll find a
pull.To ASSOCIATION! r
L anapt o regain his health. It make matters worse, a checkup Home Building program adapted to 'yourrequirements.

.. T as :r',. gain to retire at that of my previous column disclosedthe PHONES 102-103

tirprat- '-.': "i PC' a very successful fact that I also failed to men- .

". in jou'if: but friends and tion Wewahltchka and Sopchopy, butI

nelg o"" rrca loomed of his medical explained to the mob that was fixin' J

s..111! and sought his help so he I l to hang me that It wasn't Intentional
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