The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 27, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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i,... Plans Conlplet for Opening Cane liarvest. Season J I

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Final preparations are now under I \ BIr.'"N'"_;;,,"," '\v.;: :;."..:"! :IJ.,...:,i'....;';\ "" ." ', ,." "? ;;"J": :'1" The sixth annual harvest'season

', ,. way for one of the most gala celebrations i I : :; ::: '> :: ," : : <: of the United States Sugar Corporation

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Clewiston has ever seen, : I will be inaugurated next Thurs-

the Florida Sugarcane Festival I day, December 3, when the machinery -
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which will be held here under the I In the great sugar house here is .

auspices of the Clewiston Chamber' I once more set;, in motion. Operations

...., of Cdmmerce next 'Thursda-, Decem I I -0- will continue throughout the season a
". ber 3. Most of the business houses
{ will close, !schools: will close for at I through every hour of every day

?, least a part of the day and everyone I tWkJk with the exception of Sundays until '
will join in celebrating the successful !:- j the last stalk of cane from a 'record ,
close of the fifth annual harvest crop has been ground and convertedinto

" season and commencement of the raw sugar. >

I .' $\' sixth. I Figures released this week show

' : -.,. Officials have estimated that be- that the estimated tonnage for the '
', tween twenty-five hundred and three. I!, coming season has been set at 550-
(':.' thousand visitors will visit 000 tons, an increase of more than '

,'" .. ton and the sugar house Cle\Vi.5-1 I, \ a hundred thousand tons of cane

i : day. Hundreds of people are from last year. This amount of cane

i? outside of the state wl o have been I is expected to yield approximately
*', Invited to participate in the t 3tiYitis ,"-'Jf!!; 'h''i- ,u. "I
! /'/ : :?. Most of these will be men high/ growing conditions with the proper ...
rr' ', in their respective professions and is shown the huge mill of the United States Sugar Corporation o amount of moisture and no excessive

'"/.,, ..- names familiar to e1 erore.. \ ClcAvirtoii which- will start' the cane grinding season next Thursday. winds or cold weather have produced,

p.V The group of oiit-of-state visitors I one of the finest cane crops in the

:-:?, will spend the afternoon of Tuesday, ---.--- history of the company.

". December 1, in Savannah, leaving The present sugar house was com-
<:':.' that' evening for Jacksonville and CAME SCARCE AS Athletic Coach Is 'WOMEN"ViNNERS\ pleted in 1928 and the beginning of ."

t.< Port Mayaca where they will arriver production of sugar on a commercialscale
- :',' aboard a special train .Wednesday Kiwanis SpeakerB. may be said to date from Jan '

v:..... morning at 8 o'clock. The' group will} 36 SEASON OPENS I OF P.-T. DEBATE uary of 1929 when the first cane was '
P; leave their train there and by bus delivered to the new sugar house.
., E. Morrison, athletic coach of
::; will take on an inspection tour from I I I Several attempts had been made prior
'. --- Clewiston schools, was guest speaker -
; Port Mayaca to Moore Haven. At to that time to develop profitable
An official holiday; started last before members of the Kiwanis The Father's Night program sponsored -
: : Port Mayaca a visit will be paid to Parent-Teachers Association sugarcane growing in the Everglades
. Thursday morning )r many Clewis- club Wednesday evening at the reg- by the
the citrus development after which with only mediocre success. The first '
., ular'' weekly meeting held in the last Friday night has been vot-
: the visitors will be shown through ton men with the 01 ning of hunting acclaim ol attempt was made in the middle
: Clewiston Inn. Mr. Morrison chose ed by unanimous as one
\ ..the federal cane breeding station at season and there ara few who have of the eighties when experiments were carried -
for his subject: "The Relation of the outstanding hits season
Canal Point. From here the party not taken gun in hand: for at least a Health to the Schools." and the crowd that filled the school on in various sections of the
will go to Azucar to watch cane cutting 'Glades. During the seasons since
.. few hours since the opening' go in Mr. Morrison's address was interesting auditorium to capacity to hear the
and loading operations and for 1929 the United States Sugar Corp
search of ,game, wI ich this year is and educational and in it, he program will get many a chuckle, as
V lunch which will be served at the oration has produced ,more than four
presented logical ideas which were, they remember, it in the years tc
. sugar company properties there. The reported to be almost as .scarce as million pounds of 96-degree raw su
., warmly received by the members of come. .
state prison farm will be visited in the hunters
( are plentiful. '
the organization. The feature of the program was,
I : '7' .the afternoon as will the University gar.The the Clew
company) operating
. Several hunting parties have been of course, the debate, "Resolved That
... of Florida experimental station at .the evening were: W. I house acquired the
iston sugar properties
in the for two Men Make Better Home Managers
' Big Cypress or more
i iI H. Lanier and R. S. Wilson. Officialsof
Belle Glade. From there the
party Its
.. Than Women," with the weaker in December, 1931. operation
days and in nearh every instance the club stated yesterday that due
will be shown the winter vegetable
I three extends over a front of approximately -
sex ((2) represented by
farms and the great cane fields on. their luck. has been* disappointing.The to the celebration next week the cleverly attired in women's s fifty miles, reaching from
their to Clewiston and at various wary game, suspicious of so regular meeting of the club will beheld very the
way clothing: R. N. Smith, M. E. Yena- just south of Moore:: Haven on
._ points, the flood control levees and many strange two-',egged animals, on Friday 'evening. instead of at wine and F. M. Wright. The down- west, around the lower rim of Lake
locks. has apparently moved into safer the regular hour on ""ednesda)'. Point
.. trodden males who defended their Okeechobee through Liberty ,
: : That evening a dance will be givenin haunts deep in the almost impenetrable contention that the modern woman Clewiston, Bare Beach, Lake Harbor,

their honor at the Clewiston Inn, fastness "of' the Big Cypress has backslidden until no longer cap South Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokee and
': an invitational affair with Bill Doh- country where it may live in comparative Canal Point. '
CHURCH CELEBRATES able of managing a home were Carl
: erty's orchestra of West Palm Beach safety until insects let them Johnson, Sidney Hoover and R. T. The company maintains ten plantation
furnishing, the music. know the hunting season is over. headquarters at which are
Next morning the Festival will ,be Elbert L. StewaU and G. A. M/c-/ DECADE OF SERVICE The debate was warm for a good housed,! over 3,000 farm workers as

staged with a motorcade through the Gehee killed severa' turkey on their hour, going from the sublime to the well as overseers, timekeepers and.
city to the sugar house where an appropriate -; Arthur Wellf In addition to these '
trip; Keathley Bowden --- ridiculous and staying the ,latter the storekeepers.
,t program has been arrang- and party kiP -d several deer; ; The services held at the Community greater part of the time. 'M. E. Von S I plantation headquarters, many of
od which will end exactly at noon Willard F. Simpso: Dwight Dyess, church Sunday in commemoration Mach was chairman of the debate the farm workers in both field and

Then the machinery of the plant will Frank McCoy and ,. M. Ford killed of the tenth anniversary of the and soon found that the customary, sugar house as well as workmen in

start operating. From then until the two turkeys and one deer; W. C. church were outstanding in their success gavel was insufficient to keep order,, I the sugar house live in Clewiston.
: cpd of the season there will be no Nall, Phil Cason, II. O. Peters and and every service was greetedby substituting a cow-bell and a siren. Stores are operated by the company

:, shutdowns with the exception of Sun- Arch Hodges killed three turkeys and a congregation whIch filled the I I Finally the arguments were concluded at each of the plantation headquarters -

days. came out the first of the week to little church to overflowing and the judges withdrew to make'I which sell quality merchandiseto

The motorcade will then returnto hunt deer in Allap,.ttah flats. Other The Sunday School in the morninghad their decision. This was not long in their employees at cost. Two hos-
town and gather at the 'civic park parties ,had about 1 attendance of maintained and recreational
he same success _a record ninety- coming, the verdict being unanimous:: pitals are
where the Chamber of Commerce is while others hutted fruitlessly. nine and the morning historical and in favor of the "women". facilities are furnished toall, em

giving a luncheon. Various concessions Frank and Van Co..hern, I. M. Paf- reminiscent service was en-joyed bya Three distinctive types of femininity ployees.

are being planned and the occasion ford and Jack Barnes returned emp large crowd.' Each one of the speakers were represented by the 3 pseu- One of the outstanding accomp- .

will have a real festive atmos ty-handed except for some small had given considerable time and do-women. Mr. Wright, attired in n lishments of the present sugar operation

phere. game. thought to his subject and the results lace evening gown was the typical is the modern up-to-date agricultural

Thursday afternoon the party will More than a hundred cars were were everything hoped for. A. :Mae West; Mr. Yenawine, very prim research laboratory which is

leave Clewiston and will stop for a I counted by warden:; Thursday be- H. King spoke on the Preorganization in high heels and close fitting gown,, maintained. Since, organized, the research -
short time in Lake Wales before con tween Ten Mile Linn described the division has developed many
Island and Wilson's period, Rev. was the perfect mimic for the singsong -
tinuing on to their homes Camp. Airplanes were used by hunt organization period and Prof. B. E. club-woman type. His languagewas thousands of new crosses, strains

1 ers from other parts of the state to Herring talked on the church at pres- well chosen, his remarks apt and I and varieties of sugarcane in an endeavor

Congressmen Will j penetrate deep into the Big Cypress ent. (Continued on Page 8) to find those varieties 'and

.' country and one party from Fort My- These talks were followed by strains which are best suited for
Attend Festivities ers took an ox to haul their suppliesfor : James E, Beardsley who gave a com successful cultivation under the soil

an extended hurting trip. A nightor plete history of the church in every Mac Williams Soon and climatic' conditions of the Ever
: two after pitching camp the ox detail and showed how great a his- glades. Of these new particular canes
;r.: Among the many outstanding visitors was mistaken for a deer by firehunters tory a church may have in a decadeof To Finish Contract only 120 have been retained as hay-

-' at the sugar cane festival next I and killed.Thanksgiving. 'existence. Miss Marion Leydig told i ing those qualities which should insure -
.' week will be Florida's recently elect- morning the federal the story of the church music and -' successful propogation and development -

ed United States Senators and the:I statute on migratory birds allowed lie building up of the present choir. The MacWilliams' Dredging Company and of these 120, eight
:.' two congressmen representing the bunters to go out after ducks and 1 Mrs. J. E, Beardsley told.t-he historyof of New Orleans, contractorson have so far proved their adaptability.
,;- First and Fourth districts of Florida. I the morning of the holiday found the Ladies Aid Society and showed one of the largest contracts let Additional new crosses, varieties and ,

.' Officials' of the Clewislon Chamber j plenty of them in the edge of the how very much they have doneto on the Caloosahatchee River work strains are constantly being developed. -
; of Commerce stated yesterdaythat lake making life miserable for the build :up the church. The story of' expect to complete their contract a- The requirements expected froma
plans have been made to entertain bout the fifteenth of December, it in the Everglades
waterfowls .(hat have been protected 1 the young people's society was told successful cane
.... United States Senator Claude was learned this week from reliable resistance to wind, water,
, for several days by the federal law. by Billy Owen in a splendid talk. include
Pepper, United- States Senator C. O. It is estimated that there are a In the evening at 7:30 the anni- sources. temperature and disease together
Andrews, J. Hardin Peterson, congressman The first of this week there re- and tonnageper
great many more ducks this year versary service was held with an inspiring with high cane sugar
I from the First district and than last because of the stringent t address by: Rev Alexander mained something less than a half acre of production.That .
' J. Mark Wilcox, congressman from federal restrictions. Linn of Lakeland, a well-known fig- million :yards yet to be excavated, all the agricultural research

\ 1.. the Fourth district. I ure in Presbyterian church work of of which is in one strip: just west of work has proved Its desirability is
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r i I the state and one of those Lake Hicpochee. All of the company apparent when it is considered that

:. Local Girls Participate lege on the even years, gave their. mental in the organization instru-I I machines have been concentrated on both the tons of cane per acre and

{ ,' demonstration on Tuesday night Clewiston church. A program this one' strip and six draglines seen the raw sugar per acre are higher

.. In College Celebration I Miss Knight belong to this group, cellent music was given by the I from the distance appear almost to than the compara ive,figures for any

:... The Odds, or those girls who enter. church choir. I I be working together.
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", ------ ed on odd years, g ve their demonstration .. The program was as follows: The lIacWilliamcontract startedat :
r.k.;' Two Clowiston girls, Miss Ruth I on Wednesday{ night. Whit Prelude-Sing Unto the Lord. by the new lock In Moore Haven and I jparative data' contained In the Tariff

;,'; Knight and Miss Betty Spicer participated the nature of the 1 vens demonstration .. Lane-Choir. continued to the ei;d of the first division -I Commission Report, higher than any

,'.." in the annual Thanksgiving has not been di::closed, the OddA, Doxology.Invocation. near the Everglades Drain- "offshore" area applying the sugar
1.-','' holiday celebration at Florida State to which group Miv Spicer belongs, and Lord's Prayer. age District Lock No.3, with the I requirements of the United States

College for Women on Tuesday and gave a musical coiedy 'which wa s Responsive Reading. exception of short :-aps at the Citrus except Hawaii aT d when consideration -
}::, Wednesday nights of this week. I' a clever parody on the recent elec. Hymn. Center lpcks and at the new Ortona I is given to the fact that Hawaii-

: The Evems, jtrls' who entered col- tion and the various instructors. (Continued on Page S) (Continued on Page S) (Continued en Pace SJ"

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SUNDAY | The cows can stay

WEEK LessonBy outdoors fc.ll day

REV. HARoLD L. LUNDQUIST.. In meadows gre.e.n
End of the: Treaty JWU 1< lJ ut/ Dean of the of Moody Chicago.Bible Institute -' .nd sweet .

Millions for New Farms' Western Newspaper Union. They live, inscenery gorge.ous

Too Many Apologies

The Mirror Monocle By Edward W. Pickard
But ill
Lesson for November 29 they -
Chancellor Hitler has demolishedthe "c\-'' Western _Nrwtttnhfr___orroo Union
remaining fragments of the Ver- CHRISTIAN BROTHERHOODLESSON do 15 e..t.11'CAN1 .

sallies trea; y, not Decline in Relief Rolls gress repeal this feature of the law
tifying the great as soon as it convenes. '
TEXT-Philemon 420.
that they Predicted by Hopkins I
powers The council dismissed John L. GOLDEN TEXT-There is neither bond
may no longer IN HIS first press conference since Lewis' epochal rebellion ,with a detailed nor free....for yc all are one irs Christ
control, as they the Presidential election Harry factual account of its prog- Jesus. Galatians 3:28.:
have done since L. Hopkins, works progress administrator ress during the last year. "Appro PRIMARY TOPIC Paul's Shortest Let. 11

1918, the princi- asserted,his belief that relief priate action" was suggested. ter.JUNIOR t -

pal rivers of Ger- rolls this winter mt-,.. ..... George L. Berry, national 'co-or- TOPIC-Paul's Shortest Letter. WNU Service,
many. would be at dinator for industrial recovery and
The Rhine, est point since the ri ; president of the Printing Press- Slave Becomes a Brother.

Elbe, Oder and start of the ; men's union,proposed that the con- Christ YOUNG Transforming PEOPLE AND Social ADULT Relationships TOPIC, :?,'::::::::::::':: : ::>..'"..:.,,'->.'''''-',' ":}
Danube rivers, sion. troversy with Lewis and his C. I. O.

within German He estimated group be ended by arbitration, but Letters are always interesting, :1'oHovt Many '*

territory, now return 3,750,000 ;;. .', this was rejected by President and especially so when they bring [,

to German and single Jan'S I' Green and other federation leaders. good news. The brief epistle to : Pennies YourChild's
1 "* ana :; John P. in
control would be Frey lost no time intro- Philemon is one of unusual charm. ':
France is con- federal and ducing his resolution for expulsionof
Arthur Brisbane Paul writes to Philemon, a Christian ; Life''fv5 ,
tent to ask other aid January 1, the rebel' unions with their mem brother in Colosse, to inform him :

powers to join a protest. Mere pro- compared to a bership of over a million. that he is sending back to him

tests amount to little in European of 5,316,000 in M.u.JUiMJiviiiauary II I nn1rin"", Onesimus, who was apparently
diplomacy, as the world learned 1935."I President Starts on Philemon's brother (v. 16) but who

from the Ethiopian war. think," Hopkins said confi- His Ocean ,CruisePRESIDENT had through misfortune and sin (vv. f .
That settles finally the Versailles dently, "that we will go into Jan : : 1.
ROOSEVELT went 18, 19), become a slave. Evidently,
foolish effort to enslavea uary of this year caring for 1,000-
treaty, a he had stolen from Philemon what
by to Charleston, C., to
made the emergenceof 000 less cases than a year ago anda
nation that he needed to enable him to run
board the cruiser Indianapolis fora
this, or some other, Hitler in- 1935.reduction" of about 1,500,000 from jaunt in southern waters. He said away, and had ,ultimately come to / A2

evitable.Mr. administrator's attention he was not certain where the ship Rome.
The was would take him but in Having reached this great city he
seeks an appropriation called to the fact that latest figures
Tugwell was assumed that he would no doubt was satisfied that he had
hundred million dol- showed that 3,498,012 persons were proceed
of five placed himself beyond the reach of
at for Buenos Aires to
stricken employed the first two weeks of October once Don't Try to "Save" Home
', lars to provide poverty attend the opening of the Pan-Amer anyone who knew him. But he had on
" farmers, now on worthless farms, an increase.of 29,020 over the ican peace conference on Decem- reckoned without God, who not only Remedies-Ask Your Doctor

with other land that will support preceding half month. He explainedthis ber 1. In that case he will make knew where he was (see Ps. 139:
by pointing out that the drouthin There is one point, on which -
; them barns houses out-build- practically
; 7-12) but also what he needed. He
, the Midwest added 32,831 destitUte stops at Port of Spain, Ric de Jan- all doctors agree. That is:
: ings. He thinks $50,000,000 a year eiro and Montevideo.At is brought into touch with the imprisoned Don't give child unknown remedies
L work farmers to his WPA projectlist. your
for would do the ,
. ten years his last press conference be- apostle, Paul, and throughhis without asking your doctor first.
G' and plans to "vacate 9,000,000 fore departing the President said ministry the fugitive slave be- All mothers know this. But some-

i F' worthless acres. Steel Workers Ask he had about completed draftingthe comes a "brother beloved in the times the instinct to save a few
' 1937 budget. He said also that Lord" (v. 16). How marvelous is pennies by buying "something justas
r: Anything that will diminish hu- for Legislation he had outlined to his subordinatesthe the grace of God, and how patientlyhe good" overcomes caution.

man misery is desirable, even in FIRST of the big groups that aid- things he wants done during his deals with those who attempt to When it comes to the widely used
i<, though incompetency may the re-election of Presi- absence, these including: flee even from his love! children's remedy- "milk of mag
j : part responsible for the trouble. dent Roosevelt to call on him for Drafting of a farm tenancy law Our study of this epistle centers nesia" -many doctors for over half

.;, In England, the government, their reward, the 'steel workers to end evils attending the system of around four great words.I. a century have said, "PHILLIPS.

..- guided by experts, is making ex- have asked that the Chief Executive share-cropping and farm tenancy, Appreciation (vv. 4-8). 'For Phillips' Milk of Magnesia is the
cellent pasture lands of soil that recommend to the next congress the now chiefly prevalent in the South. After an introductory word Paul standard of the world. Safe for chil-

,;-:, was worthless. Our government: passage of legislation outlawing Clarifying amendments to the so- speaks of his love for Philemon, his dren.Keep
\ might investigate that process. company unions and forbidding coercion cial security act.Amendments appreciation of the latter's hospitality LIPS' this MILK in mind OF, and MAGNESIA"say"PHIL-

of workers by employers. to the Tennessee his fellowship, and his faith. when buy. Comes now, also in
General Markham, chief army George A. Patterson and ElmerJ. Valley Authority act, permitting Is Paul flattering his friend in tablet form. Get the form you prefer.

engineer, advises putting an air Maloi, employee representativesof broader social and economic improvement order that he may grant his request But see that what you get is labeled
base in the harbor of our Midway the Carnegie-Illinois Steel com- of the regions served by ? Certainly not, but he is expressing "Genuine Phillips' Milk of Mag-

island, far away in the Pacific pany, carried this request to the the TVA's huge power projects. his true feelings toward a nesia." 25 f?for a big box of the tabletsat a

1 ocean. The War Department says, White House. faithful brother. We 'need a re- drug stores. ..

; apologetically, that this would bea The Carnegie Illinois company Year's Breathing Spell 'vival of Christian courtesy and appreciation ALSO IN TABLET FORM:
commercial developn.ent al- has offered 10 cent
employees a per Likely for FarmersCECRETARYpf of one another. Each tiny tabletistheequtvalent
though it might be useful for de- wage increase on condition that The man who thinks that he must -*:" .
fense. workers sign an agreement to per- Agriculture Wallace Christ of a teaspoonful ...- '
show that he is true to by of genuine ,* oy
mit adjustment of to the cost in an interview intimatesthat I Phillips Milk : "
Why an apology? Nobody in Eu- wages treating others with boorish rude- :o'
rope, Asia or Africa apologizes to of living. At his press conference fora_ year there may be no I ness needs to learn a new lesson of Magnesia ,... '..m""'<;;

us for building an air: base,. or asks President Roosevelt said living new legislation for crop control from the Lord himself, and from his ; ''' /
our opinion about it. costs should not be permitted to op- along- the lines of mm"' Word.II. erate' to curb increases. Fur- the outlawed AAA,
,, The War department says thereis wage for farmers would Consideration (vv. 9-14).
thermore, Secretary of Labor Per- MILK OF
no treaty obligation forbidding kins ruled informally that the em- like to have one Paul could have kept silefft, and PHILLIPS1
'?': such an air base. If there were, encouraged Onesimus to remain MAGNESIAdmitted
ployee representatives;: had no au- really good crop
what of it? Treaties can be can- thority to sign such an agreementfor without forced cur- yl with him. He needed help (v. 13)
; ,, celled, and should be when they their fellow employees. tailment. But he but without the consent of Philemonhe Duty

:' are foolish or unjust-for further added: "We will would not keep Onesimus (v. 14). Every duty we omit obscures
details, ask Hitler. Labor Board Dissolves need some legislation At the same time he reminds Phile- some truth we should have
eventually unless mon very tactfully that he owes known.-Ruskin.
+ Germans are said to be wearinga Harvester Council Plan the weather 4 N ri H'wf f them both loving consideration.We .

new eyeglass called a "spy mon- EMPLOYER corporations were changes or the have here a striking illustra-
ocle." Arranged to look like the by a ruling of the National world demand for tion of the candor and considerate THAT COUGH

ordinary single eyeglass, the "spymonocle" Labor Relations board ordering the our products greatSec.. Wallace thoughtfulness which should charac- CHECK

is arranged with a mirror dissolution, of the "industrial coun- ly improves." terize the'dealings of Christians with BEFORE IT GETSWORSE
4::' permitting the wearer to look cil plan" of the International Har- Wallace was asked whether the one another. We need to' put away

I behind him and see if there is any- vester company at the plant in Fort lack of a control plan might not careless trampling upon the rightsof

body listening to his conversation. Wayne, Ind. result in another surplus, leavingthe others in order that. our work
German police eagerly discourage While the ruling dealt only with administration up in the air may go forward.III. Check it before it gets you down. Check It.
one who suggests that the Nazi before others, maybe the children, &t ''Alt
any the Indiana the board
plant, pointed without any machinery to cope withit. Brotherhood (vv. 15-16). Check it with FOLLY'S HONEY
government is not perfect. out that the same plan also exists He said he could not estimatea This double-acting compound gives quick relief
does not irritated
of regeneration Soothes raw
The fact and speeds recovery.
in the other 14 Harvester plantsin surplus ahead of time and that far tissues:quickly allays tickling,backing.Spoonful '
The opening of the Bay bridge, the United States and Canada. It he would rather wait to see what change man's social status so on retiring makes for a cough-free sleep.No
connecting San Francisco and Oak- as the world is concerned, but within habit-forming, stomach-upsetting drugs, Ideal
sets also for future decisions
a precedent due to
would happen. for children too. Don't let that cough aROSE
land, California, is important not in regard to similar plansin the circle of God's household he cold hang onl! For Quick relief and speeded "It
only to California and the two united other manufacturing plants becomes a "brother beloved." Let morery insist on 'OLEY'S HONEY & TAR.
"' cities, but to the whole country. throughout the country.The Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., to us look less at the accidents of- circumstance -

',, This magnificent bridge, eliminating industrial council of the Har- Marry Ethel du Pont education, or birth,

ferries on the bay that sep- vester company is an illegal labor THE engagement of Franklin D. which differ and rather magnify the

;' arates San Francisco and Oakland, organization under the terms of the Jr., third son of family relationship, for all who are I

is a magnificent accomplishment of National Labor Relations act, the President and Mrs. Roosevelt, to born again are brethren.IV. x .

engineering and public spirit. board ruled. Under it the employees Miss Ethel du Pont of Wilmington, Partnership (vv. 17-20).

Mr. Green's American Federation possess "only the shadow, not thesubst'ance Del., was announced by the young Paul counted Philemon not onlya

of Labor decides on' a "fight of collective bargaining," lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene benefactor and a brother, but a t
1 to a showdown" with Mr. Lewis' according to the decision. Numerous du Pont. There had been rumors partner in the great enterprise of

"Committee for Industrial Organi- Benefits conferred on the em- of this romance for months, God on earth. Partners share both BUSHES .

zation," which wants to unionize ployees under the plan are admittedbut but announcement was delayed until joys and sorrows,- gains and losses. old at
:,:, all the 30,000,000 workers not yet the board says most of, them after the election. The weddingwill They stand by in the hour of need, 100,000 wholesale ROSE prices.BUSHES Hundred varieties.two years Catalog.SOUTHERN ,
v/( organized, and seems to include taking "are granted in the form of pater- be in June after Mr. Roosevelt they plan and labor, weep ,and rejoice BULB FAKM, >orth, S. C..

,:,- : over Mr. Green and his federation nalism." 's graduation from Harvard, together. One wonders what
f also., and will be a quiet affair. Miss du might be accomplished for Christ if

:'" Next on the program appears A. F. of L. Council's Reporton Font's father is a member of the all Christians would accord one an-

; to be a big labor fight: Mr. Green Social Security Act board of directors of the E. I. du other even the ordinary considera-

:;: is thoughtful, wise; Mr. Lewis is Pont de Nemours company. tions of partnership.It .
the American
s'. forceful, determined. The outcome WHEN Federa- should be noted in closing that
of Labor's annual
. cannot be predicted. The outside con- S Loyalists Defend Madrid verses 17 and 18 present an illustra-
vention opened in Tampa it had be suffer burning, scanty or
doctrine of you
: citizen will tion of the great imputa- DO
that there
pray With Desperation
may fore it the report of the executive frequent urination; backache
::. not be too much interference with defenders of tion. The wrong of Onesimus was headache dizziness loss of energy,
council dealing with, among many Madrid, ,
": LOYALIST to be charged to Paul, and Paul'sstanding
returning prosperity. other topics, the social security act. by troops from the leg pains, swellings and puffiness.
is the
with. Philemon under the ? Are tired nerv-
.I eyes you ,
The southeast and '
report heartily approved of a apparently suppliedwith
/ A greatly increased demand for his acceptance of Onesimus. ous-feel all unstrung and don't.
federal social security program and airplanes and tanks from Rus-
: of Christis what ?
the know is
tools shows that Even so righteousness wrong
men are urged adoption of state laws that sia, put up unexpected resistanceto ,'.
getting jobs, and announcements of imputed to the believer, becauseour Then give some thought to your
would give labor the greatest the furious attacks of the ..
:, pos-- been laid him. l kidneys. Be they function
new wage increases, big and little sins have upon sure properly
sible benefit from the federal stat Fascists, delaying the capture of for functional kidney disorder per-
Saviour 1
it wonderful
are many. Twenty-three more firms ute. If the federal law is unconsti- the capital. The insurgents sent What. a mits excess waste to stay in the blood,.
N,. have announced better wages fort tutional, the council said, "it is clear many planes to rain bombs on the and to poison and upset the whole
f: 28,000 i-ore workers. that its provisions must be changedor city and there were dramatic bat- A Mother's Love system.

i': An average increase of $130 a that sanction must be affordedto tles ,in the sir as well as on land. No language can express the power Use Doan's Pills.Doan's are for the.
year, less than 50 cents a day them through an amendment to The attackers at one time smashedthe and beauty and heroism and maj- kidneys only.They are recommendedthe
is might seem unimportant, but it the constitution." defending lines at the Los esty of a mother's love. It shrinksnot world over. You can get the genuine --

:'''. means one hundred and thirty The council questioned the wis- Franceses bridge and forced their where man cowers, and grows time-tested Doan's at any drug i

,; million more dollars that 1,000,000 dom of obtaining the necessary way across the Manzanares river stronger where man faints, and over store. :

workers will have to spend, in a funds through a payroll tax "whichto and into the northwest quarter of the wastes of worldly fortune sends

",' year. That is not unimportant. a great extent is to be paid di- Madrid, but probably retired, for the'radiance of its quenchless fidel- tTHE
King Features Syndicate, loo. rectly or indirectly by the workers the loyalists dynamited the bridge ity like a star in heaven.-E. H
involved" and suggested that con- and captured several rebel tanks. Chapin F

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Valueless ComparisonsA We've Some Nice Oyster I Foreign Words '
Growths, Lined on RopeThe and Phrases '

COMPARISON may seem -<
more creditable than-it lunch-counter man had am-
Alis volat propriis. (L.) She flies
really is. :To say of a man bitions to better his station in life with her own wings. (Motto Of. Jf
that his word is as good as his and secured employment in a .
r R the moon and the stars that bond may appear quite com- fashionable jewelry store. His, .
l\ Beaux yeux. (F.) Pretty eyes; "
but when it is first customer who .
./ shine, / % plimentary; was a woman feminine charms. N I
known that his bond is worth- asked to be shown a lady's wrist
For the stout heart that beats with watch. Coram populo. (L) Publicly.
less, the comparison lses its
Deus ex machina. (L.) The God
mine, The fellow bellowed
value. lustily:
from the machine the who <
1 For my home and its daily cares- To say that a man is as "One Waterbury on a handcuff, unexpectedly saves; the person situation. r -. '

For dreams that grow along the i '> godly every day of the week as female! Who's next" ?" En famille., (F.) Within the family .-
he is on Sunday is little to his "I want a ring, stated the second circle without .:
}ears, credit when he is known to customer. "Engagement ring, ceremony.
mrp For those friends whom I hold most spend his Sundays drinking and platinum with a diamond about hostilities.Flagrante' bello.. (L.) ''During .

gambling. when the two carats." .
dear, Hoch soil er leben!. (Ger.) Long
p For my senses,'e'er keen and clear, ,' standard has real value are "Coming up," announced the life to him!
; comparisons with the standardof salesman. "One tin shackle witha
For the seasons which come and go, + cJE L'etat, c'est moi. (F.) The state, I
t substantial credit. .
two !1"
glass eye- vegetables I the
state. A
tf am ( saying attributed -
E f For the books that I've learned to .'. Wall Street Journal. to Louis XIV.) .
I know, t

For music and its lovely way,

: :, For the sun pouring out gold all .\
Scottie Pup Staunch Mascot
day, Now EaseNeuritis

I For the hills of my native land,

And the clasp of my children's i he's a real "scotch" treat! Why Pains

hand, not send for the simple pattern

For the life that binds me to these' toddy, and make Scottie for a jolly -
appropriate gift? In pattern Fast
Let be thankful dear God-
me ,
r 5006 you will find a pattern'for the
1 please! rui.UDctt.ll. dog; complete directions for mak-

1 -0- o---- ''T4 ing it, and material requirements.To ...
() ,: tsC obtain this pattern send 15 AI
Bayer Tablets
cents in stamps or coins (coins I
preferred) to The 'Sewing Circle, Dissolve Almost. ,t,:
I i Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th Instantly '..,;.
Street, New York, N. Y. In 2 seconds by stop
Write plainly pattern number, watch, a genuine .
BAYER Aspirin tablet ;
used in the dressing ,providing the
,name and address. starts to disintegrate
white bread predominates. Cold and go to work. Drop a
biscuits, pieces of corn bread; slicesof Bayer Aspirin,tablet into n, 1
rrrr rrerr.rrarra.o.rr.Ask a glass of water. By
toast, slices of whole'wheat and
t the tune It hits. the bottom
wstuffn of rye may all be used. Use part Me Another of the,glass it is 11 1disintegrating.
crust too, as well as the crumb. Pattern 5006 Whit
happens in this glass
The bread should be dry and if partor happens in '.:
for the r + Hoot mon-here's Scottie your
: a wee :
A General stomach.
Quiz .
( all is lightly toasted: so much the : '
that every laddie or lassie would
better. And bread cut into small
yearn to cuddle! How the young- Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.
, cubes makes better dressing than
I II ThanksgivingBird sters will love and admire him for ....egeeerseAerereretq v war
when crumbed.For For Amazingly Quick Relief ..
& his gay plaid coat, yarn whiskersand
$ the very large turkey, up- soft figure. He's easily and 1. In court procedure, what does Get Genuine Bayer AspirinIf
ward of eighteer or nineteen "in camera" mean?
; quickly made, too-and stitched in
I pounds, two and one-half to three 2. Did Lincoln's assassination you suffer from pains of neuritis
bright, inexpensive cotton" fabric,
pounds of bread will be needed for precede or follow Lee's surren- what you want is quick relief. :
I the dressing, while for the smaller der? Genuine Bayer Aspirin tablets '
give quick relief, for one reason, because ,
bird of around ten and
pounds, one
3. What elements
make the
stuffing for Thanks- ffoltfcl101d @ i up they dissolve or disintegrate
three-fourths of
to two
I GOOD pounds dentist's laughing ?
bird is of prime importance gas almost instantly they touch mois- "
i to the success of the bread may be used. And for the 4. Where is Faneuil Hall? ture. (Note illustration above.) '_.
yearly feast. It must, first of all, I smaller bird, one pound and under QueJioJ1fSmall ? 5. What is the Nibelungenlied? Hence-when you take a real

\e well selected, a delicately fla- -should be sufficient.' 6. Where are the Society Islands Bayer Aspirin tablet it starts to dis- .
vored stuffing for the roast chicken I Celery, oysters mushrooms, ? solve almost as quickly as you {
chestnuts, the other ingredients you amounts of fruit jelly 7. What relation was Napoleon 3 swallow it. And thus is ready to
and turkey fla- f "
a more strongly
start working almost'instantly .
will of be used for coloring icings. ,
use are course dependentupon may 'III to Napoleon I?
vored for the roast
one goose or headaches, neuralgia and neuritispains :,
: ", drck, writes Helen Robertson in the your own'personal tastes and 8. Who was William Harvey? start easing almost at once. ,'-'
1 Cleveland 'Plain Dealer. I upon the bird you are serv 1g. Hereis Borax whitens napkins. Use a 9. Who was the first president of That's millions never ask for '.
a basic recipe for dressing for tablespoon of borax in each two the German Republic?' aspirin by the.. name aspirin alone .':
soned.Second Not, it muse; be perfectly sea the twelve to fifteen-pound bird. quarts of water used for rins'ing. 10. What is "turbid" water? when they buy, but always say ,r',
too to
strongly over- *
"BAYER ASPIRIN" and see that
whelm the deliciousness of the bird, Bread Dressing. Before storing winter cabbage Answers they get it.
nor yet so bland in taste as to be 1. 'Not in public court; privately.
S qts. stale bread cubes Sage to taste wrap each head in 'an old news- Try it. You'll say it's marvelous. ".
uninteresting. Third, it must be ofBread 2 tbsp. salt 1 cup melted butter paper. This will keep the cabbage 2. Lincoln was shot April 14; the .'
1 tsp. pepper 2 cups chopped celery ;
surrender took April 9 1865.
1 tbsp. chopped parsley Cooked giblets crisp and green much longer. place 15C FORA
3. and
Nitrogen oxygen
zr. '' Prepare bread, sprinkle with sea- 4. In Boston. DOZEN 9 '
A teaspoon of granulated sugar
sonings. Pour over them melted
5. A medieval German 2
added the water in which tur- poem
r cfft" to
r ,- a' butter and enough boiling water or the telling of the Nifcelungs, a super- DOZENLiJ j
nips are boiled removes strong
stock from and neckto
"-- cooking giblets natural
$ race.
Virtually 9
turnip taste some object to.
In butter and
moisten. adding
6. In the South Pacific.
1c tablet "
stock, toss the ingredients together I
7. Nephew. II
If cinnamon toast is served frequently I
with fork. Never
lightly a- press
8. An English physician who discovered -
1 it pays to mix some cinnamon -
them together. the circulation of the 'LOOK FOR THE BAYER CROSS
and and it ina
sugar keep
Chestnut dressing is usually liked.
: shaker that it be used blood
so can
To make it, prepare one-nlf pound 9. Frederich Ebert.

! .1 chestnuts, chopping them rather quickly.' Bell S'ndicate.WNUvice.. 10. Water cloudy or muddy. READ THE ADSFROM
fine. Mix with bread.
: I Sausage dressing is another favor- I!

'I' I I ; ite. One-half pound is sufficient for '

I rI 1 1t this amount. Cook it over a low fire -.
I Ii fifteen minutes before adding to the

i dressing.For COAST-TO COAST
I the roast duck or goose you -
., I' I. will find this rice and prune stuffing .
tasty: .
,.. Brown three tablespoons of finely

minced onion in two, tablespoons
: Cut Into Small Cubes Makes butter. Add one cup well ''washed, .WOMEN PREFER THESE

I Better Dressing. drained rice. Let simmer until rice .
; slightly browned. Then add four

I the proper consistency, not too cups soup stock or water in which
\ moist, nor yet too dry. And fourth, bouillon cubes have been dissolved, I FINER FLAVORED

there must be rnough. eight or nine cooked prunes: pitted, ,
Bread being the usual foundation and one teaspoon salt. Cook over a
of the dressing, let us talk of it very low fire or over hot water antil
I first. All kinds of breads may be rice is tender. Season well. ?

0 $eL,2w SOUPSJ

vv Pioneers' Always Prepared for Attacks $ ,,, yf f..

M/l : <-i> .. $ 1

I Please the menfolks t
in your family with

ci4'' j. this "different" kind of vegetable soup 11

from the "Heart of Maryland." The landof

terrapin and fried chicken !I. the land

of grand old Dixie recipes and wonderful

Southern cooking I PhillipsDelicious

ern Vegetable Soup is winning the country. ry' :'ir ,.

It's chock-full: of vegetables picked fresh ;" < ? '

from sunny Maryland gardens I It's savory '

with the just-right cooking and seasoningthat ,

Maryland cooks know how to give I "';
@ Lt f.
Get Phillips Delicious Vegetable Soup from your <; } 3

a grocer tomorrow morning. Serve it for dinner-see I ;4'

/iVt ad1'I your husband's smile of pleasure-hear him say, : yA

"the best I ever tasted f" ;
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''I,\ Never was death far from the Seventeenth century pioneers and
: even into so pastoral a scene as this must the ugly, sinister muzzle of a VEGETABLE-AND 15 OTHER DELICIOUS KINDS! '
i gun intrude. On the walk to church, while plowing or planting, even -
while courting there was the evil face of death looking on and the man I
must have in his hand the tool to beat it off.

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THE CLRWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY, N01 %mE1't 27, 108 f!

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""' I 'CHctIiS +il'I1G OF' -SO be settled down in homes somewhere I tn which dessert will be served, my rition, served' up by Army cooks
: :',0 Ie"yiston! News It ita fad just like Tom I .
tomorrow ':hich. will include chocolate layer who are specialists in the dinlnr!
_. (Moore Haven Democrat) Thumb Golf or Mah Jong. Attract':
i "Ice 1 and ice cream. Coffee or sweet
'- fifteen room It cost 50 cents a day per man
hundred and years
Three these folks to your town and treat!I "'!"ik accompanies the dinner.
['u''!,:r, IN" every ,Friday In Clewiston ago the Pilgrim Fathers and their 'em right and a lot of 'em will remain to feed soldiers like this, and thatdoesn't 0

V'"'. ,'"., In .je CLEWISTON NEWS, .families joined with a group of as permanent citizens, or Cigars and cigarettes will be dis- mean that there's any .skimping '"
Indians 'to celebrate thefirst. : cast JLted: to" every man, after which
friendly turn later to build a home and on the ordinary work days Ev-
Thanksgiving Day. Congregated t'o j soldier will relax for a while be-
their lot among you. | ery diy the soldier sits down to
that New England coast that f ie coming back to supper.
Keitbley Bowden, EditorEr on Access to the finest fishing wat-| .thi sc square meals-the kind that
day they were not concerned with sere are 350,000,000 boys who
ers in the state awaits the tourist': .'. cause recruits, the new soldiers\ >
the troubles and sorrows they had I'\ i dine in true Army fashion this
and visitor at Kissimmee; sportsmen the J rmy,. to gain from 10 to 15pnunp ..
red as second class mail mat- gone through in the year past; with .i', and 165,000 regulars, requir-
from all over the country could be ; each within a few weeks.Tbis .
ter "",''mi,.ry 1/1927, at the' PostOff the days of suffering and privation attracted here if this fact were in- : ; a total of '515,000 cigars and tempting bill of fare'wiiI,

:-e in Ck-wifton, Florida, under during the first winter in America; telligently and properly advertised. r ooJt 10,000,000 cigarettes. I seem attr.ictiVa to lots of our young

the vU of March 3, 1897. with been those unable hardy to withstand pioneers the who rigors had Few people know that ,KIssimmeehas This Thanksgiving "feed" is an I men and is one of many reasons for

the finest Zoo In the state, anda i annual custom find a part of the Ar- joining the Army. .
of that winter. Instead they offered I
Sui'sc;'iption rate, $2.00 per year. a humble prayer of thanksgiving to wonderful lake front park. These
Adv' rates on application. should be talked about and as funds
< fusing their God that the lives of so many
had been spared and that the land permit, enlarged and improved.If i

had yielded abundant harvests to the people of Kissimmee really _
Devoted to the advancement and sustain them during the winter just want'their town to thrive and grow, '
and Hendry. :
welfare of Clewiston .
ahead. if they want to hear the song of the "

Count iI i iI Through tho years that have pass hammer and the saw and experiencethe i ; _'

I ed since that time the Thanksgiving thrill of "new neighbors", there's I, .,.fV--, AND ... 1 .
seals for I holiday has been each year celebrated nobody standin' on their feet. All!, ." : .-:. .-),.} ": \ ,'. "
Pony Christmas: I and while a great deal of tho spirit they got to do is get together and .;. ,': .' .
pae'aes' < this year and help to carryon which motivated the first Thanks- buck The line for KISSIMMEE. It'sa I ; -. ; : : Join With Us: In #" \
j Hie w:-.r again tuberculosis.! f ,
giving has been forgotten or disre- mighty good town with plenty on I .
\.J \
garded, there_ still remains enoughto the ball, and now she's had a look. in. j "

,\rpav a few Clewiston residentshad make it one of the most joyful the. mirror, I'm bettin' she'll step >:. : CELEBRATING .'

dId turkey for Thanksgivi .; seasons of the year. out and go places. V :! .:.. ,_ \
dinner rind a few of the more fort'inatc look 'forward to the One of the thinkin' I' :
Perhaps you things they're '
had venison.A : ,:. ....": The Clewiston Sugar: Cane Festival
holiday as a vacation which may be about-is offerin' free buildin' lots to V

used to visit "fuends or relatives in folks who will agree to build. on V ; : \ ,

four day vacation for the schoolteachers some other place. Possibly you plan 'em and if they do that and can con-I .Thursday December 3 1936 .
kids. None of .
and school I a hunting trip or a fishing trip on vince people there's not a catch in

them can say they have nothing.,to that day. But whatever you plan it, they're liable to have a lot of new \" ,

be thankful for. and'whatever you, do, remember the citizens on their hands. I ,

real reason for the Thanksgiving Clewiston Chamber of Commerce
The Braddock-Louis scrap may; be holiday-the day in which you give -150;: TONS OF'TUBIEYS TO FEED I

no decision bout with the championship thanks for Divine guidance and for ARMY, CCC BOYS TURKEY DAY ,

not endangered but if Jimm;' the many blessings which we have ----

lets f*>e negro whip him we wouldn'tg. enjoyed during the :year. Seventy thousand turkeys, 450

h'm much tor the title. \ tons of them, will be set before the

aiv aBD30 3DaBna9a.! eenn khaki-clad nephews of Uncle Samuelon tfiit'J' i 1. :t? 4f { 't tt

Hare:; your ';oin"d' the Red Cross? Thanksgiving Day, when both the

r;" church has starter regular army and the CCC boys put .
't"j.c <'11.'t m ier mn''ly.Jd we hope even Too Late To Classify on their best bibs and tuckers for There Is A Difference In

mo success U'! decade since its the holiday feasting.But .
By tRyssell Kay ,
found'ng.: the 901,000 pounds of turk- FERTILIZER' ,

ey will be roasted to a golden brown,I ;.V
i=6mApCgEpCG mm a.5B CF131IIR10
See where Santa Claus made his A recent editorial in the Kissim- bulging with chestnut dressing, is It's Not What's' on the tag, i

fir;;- trip into the state this week.; mee Gazette laments the fact that only a starter on the ThanksgivingDay I' ; ,;,

The old fellow is getting like everyone while other Florida communitiesgrow dinners that the Army( will put But What's In The Bag. '.;.,:", .(,
climates. When on the tables for the boys.
else in cold and prosper, the Metropolis of : .:"
form he finds an Here's how the 22nd Infantry at ;' ;
the frost begins Osceola remains more or less dorm- '\ '

excuse to come to 'Florida.A ant. Fort McPherson will tease their appetites Special Brands For :., ..:

and test their capacities: .
"How come?" asks the Gazette, '
hh"" rtage dr'VPlo'i! :'l in the state First with branch celery, stuffed -.:- MUCK SOiL ;' ,! .
and points with alarm to the fact : ; .. (i
tbooV l'n1 and Comp- olives, head lettuce, sliced tomatoes,
frep acc
re:: :
: '
that daily hundreds of tourists pass ; -< .
troll! Lee stated that the fund had sweet mixed pickles. : :". PEARCE FERTILIZER & :.
through the town, but they are .always s
.. .
to bo used' to make! up a deficit in Then the turkey, which must be '"
going somewhere else. New- I "' SUPPLY CO. -
the state teachers salary fund. The Orlando young and,, prime, with giblet gravy, t ) :,. ',
teachers won't kick so much now at comers are locating in in 'chestnut dressing and cranberrysauce. J Fort Myers Fla. :- "
l St. Cloud but they pass up Kissim- I .i. )
the book shortage.The mee. I '. V : .
.' .. For more than hardy souls, there I '
I .
Save direct from
, I ain't out I idea that : Y'\t money by buying \ _
sure, got an :'
will I :
barbecue of
convict who claims to have come then a loin "({ '

been attacked by a wounded deer ari one reason folks don't stop there is pork, candied sweet potatoes, creamed II '. factory. . j;."
because the time reach the ; .
they : r..
Mvir"t0 ]ci] it in self defense, "e- by mashed potatoes, Parker House. : .<
of mid western farmer center of town they are so blamed rolls, tips toast. I .. {'
minds us a asparagus on : : .RB. WALDRONtiI :}:
dizzy from turnin' sharp corners ; .
who was arrested for killing a prairie Having become thoroughly wound ,
chicken .out"of season and proved that they can't see the place. A guydrivin' up about this time, the Soldiers will ... e Factory Representative,, .>

in court ,that he had killed the bird a car through Kissimmeejust start on a mince pie, pumpkin pie, Box 127 LaBelle Fla. .
naturally can't the town for ,
.' see ,
only after it had made_ an attack English plum.pudding with hard II
,,\. on him. the turns.: Even if he does it, chances sauce. .
'-" ha'll assume "It's another I
are just
An interlude with ,
grapes oranges, i
": TIlE SIXTH SEASON town." bananas and apples will follow, af-I fl t t W.1 ij1 J r &!.m f' ,
The Kissimmee Merry-go-round

was bad enough in the old days be- -.--. -
I Next Thursday the sugar house of fore we started equippin' our cars
\. the United States Sugar Corporation
with trailers, but now with half the
t will for their sixth
: begin operations
cars on the roads draggin' a caboose
' '.. successful season;.a season in whichit this business of pussywantsacornerhas

':' it is estimated ,a great deal more 'ceased to be a game and becomes -

". sugar: will be manufactured and shipped a hazard. SAViNGS SAFETY DIVIDENDSI
from here tc fill the sugar bowls
But I understand that Miss Kis-
F of the nation than ever before. is
simrnee fixin' to take down her
The fact that each year since the and .. .
tf hair
remove the kinks, and. the .. '<''' '. "
: present company began operating theN fact that she has taken a good look : : ;:: :

.; mill has, with one exception, been at herself in the town "Mirror" is a .' .>..: i"t:\:.-, ::? .: ,'. Record of Dividends ofClewiston
greater than the year immediately mighty good sign. .; ,' .1. ,.),,;.:. ". .:;.,., .
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preceding it fs not an accident. It is '. "':" Home Building AssociationYEAR
the result of careful management, You know a lot of girls go along ..::\, ,',,: :;/":" .\ 1'-' :.. .

from day to day without givin' the ; < ; '
economical and efficient, with COi- : F. ', ,
: ;
stant attention, reeearch and experImentation first thought to their appearance or < :. ;7 : .: c KATEPERCENT
to provide strains of sugarcane personality; they drag about in an .... : '. PERCENT YEAR '
YEAR : '
better adapted to this section old Mother Hubbard :with their petti- : V "? :: .. ., "

The one exception was* the coat hangin'and then and wonder runs in'their stocking .-'. ., ,-.j.J;,.:, YJj? ... .-. : 1928. 5.5 1933. ,- ,''./", 6 ,e
why nobody
freQ"e: of December 1934-an unfore- loves 'em: '.. ..... ";,;is..P .;,' 1929 : 7 1934.. ,-",:' ,, 6
seen disturbance of nature which can ; ;; : -
: : (
: l
Now Miss Kissimmee is darn :'.'' : : f, ,. ,. Ii : "' '6 .'
a : -1935
wreak havoc 4
agricultural : 9. '.
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crops. swell girl, even if she is gettin' alongin '. ''':,:, : ., :... .- \..:. -, '.
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4. .
.. ; 1931 ,
< This year has bean one of the most years. There's life in the old girl ,,",,-, .- ., .''-.''' ': ? '\" t. v.. 'J.s' '
; '
perfect growing seasons the cane ha yet, and with a new dress a hair bob, ..-.:"_" ,.',; .J: .':',.,';'c.1J.... '.:. 1932 6 ; _:.. ': ... .

ever had. During'the time that oth- a bit of rouge and lipstick, it would- ,

er sections of the Everglades were n't be any time at all before she had : q ; ; I"

flooded the cane fields were getting the boys twistin' their necks for another ; 1 < ; < ) ,

plenty but not too much moisture as look and the other girls grec'nwith .. ;; ':. \ : ; \
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it takes considerable water, standing envy. \ '. '. -.. "_I..5. <" '.'-''!'''': -'-' -; '. .. ",. ". "'.' CALL' BY THE HOMEBUILDING
for some time above ground to Miss Kissimmee has got plenty of .- '
cause much damage. When other sections stuff only she ain't struttin' it.

were suffering from drought' While she wasn't cut out to be n Invest your savings for safety and a good; THING TOMORROW AND

the cane fields were receiving frequent gorgeous hussy like Miami, at the ; '
Home Building has never paid
I return.
rains. Neither were there any same time she don't have to remaina TALK THINGS OVER.'

>r: severe winds during the fall. flat footed country girl all her dividends of less than 4 percent per year. .

;,:, As a result there is a: bumper crop life unless;,she wants to, and since I '
In these of reduced interest on savings
of cane which will keep the sugar she's looked in the mirror it's evi- I days

house running probably 'a greati dent she don't want to. accounts and reduced; returns on other .

length of time than it has ever rut'!. During the next few months Flor- .
Home offers
forms of investment Building GV-
It will be a profitable
season the ida is going t coii'pany and it will also be investor the investment ", ;"
profitable visitors. Already the roads are the conservative, thrifty

z; Clewiston.for the other business men of swarming with them and the cavalcade : best suited to his needs. Investigate V ,
is just starting. The nation has I
I In lerog'tio\ :)) of these five Association '
success gone "trailer" crazy and towns that Clewiston Building '
: i ul .har" est tVasons:: past and the maintain the ,
most complete and modern -
beginning of a new one a big celebra- camp and make a fuss over these ; whether you ,intend investing as CLEWIST.ONlittle I

tion will You be staged here next Thurs- gypsy motorists will reap a big re- as $5.00 per month or as much as HOME BUILDING '
day. owe it to
yourself and to ward.
your business to do everything in While_Kissimmee can't offer muchin $1,000,00 i in a lump sum, you'll find a ASSOCIATION

''o' :: )o\"or. and to cooperate in ev- the way of hotel accomodationsand Home Building progr; ':n, adapted to yourrequirements.

>r '; vay to put his celebration over is not in a position at this time PHONES 102.103
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in a way. .
I to be a convention city, she can builda
MO 'It'l-!: ;: our doors and : '
I '. meet us at reputation as the "mo t delightful '
": the' ;'li'5<:r' nouns: next. Thursd.iv trailer stop" in the state. People'I \

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and will be employed in the officesof LaDeen Peters visited the fourth '
The entire school assembled in the Second grades. .i
:;_: Personal ,Mention :: the United States Sugar Corpora' and fifth grade;; :Monday afternoon. school auditorium Wednesday Song""J::
stion Song- nksgivirlg
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program! was -
{c J. E. Gore left Wednesday for his Mrs: J. E. Butler plans to leave ,Bobby Broadfoot, Charles! Ivey, : I '-- ',:,

home in Plant City. Sunday: for Miami where she will attend Elbert Hooper Bernard Leiter, Paul Song-"Thanksgiving H mn"- .,

'a state meeting of beauticians. Shucks, Sonny Vaughn, Dorothy Adams entire school. I.FOR RENT-Lake Harbor, four ,

Mr. and Mrs. A. 'V. Sias spent. the The meeting will be held in the Miami Anne Pafford, Gloria McDuffie,I ..Devoqonal-Dr. D,' Jenkins Williams. rooms, bath, well, electric lights, ":
past week-end in :Miami. '-' Biltmore hotel in the Magic City Beatrice Pratt .and Pearl Bembry. 0 half acre ground, suitable for room- .
5 Our history class Is making a t ing house, beauty parlor. In business
Mrs. S. W. Houser spent Wednesday H. B. Wells and Charles Pugh of Greek and Roman scroll. Thanksgiving Talk-Dr. Williams. district. See druggist or write M. I. "

in West Palm Beach. Princeton, W. Va., Slim Barber .of We, the sixth graders won the dollar I Playlet-"Indians-Looking On" Johnson, 536 Rush St.:, Chicago, 111. :

Tampa, Mr. and Mrs.. McBride of for having the most parents: and Second Grade. Nov 13-20-27, Dec. 4-4t.

Miss Frances Morgan spent.I Wilmington, Delaware, Mr. and Mrs. friends present 'at the \p.-T. A. Friday i "

Thanksgiving In West Palm Be :I. Tom Hurst of Michigan have arrived night. We wish to thank every- ,
in 'ClewIs ton for the harvest sea": one that came and stood ,up for our I

f' Sherwood Hall visited John Po h'l son. room. i TO MY CUSTOMERS '

". in Canal Point Friday 'and : Eighth Gl'ade- I' .
Among those from here attendingthe Don't1):: ;Ma a-Lo\e Me I will December 4 from
I j return on Friday, Il
Mrs. Nelson Perry of Sanibel Island American Legion dance in Pa-
spent Thursday here attending I hokee Wednesday night were: Miss "Is that a pie a-Laking," j l the Florida State Beauty Trade Show and '

to business. : Hazel Prince. Miss Christine Bell, Said he, he said, t Exhibition which I attending for j jI
am yourV
, ; Miss Billie Hooker, Miss Bernice "What_ is my mom a-making": I ? .

Mrs. Olin Carleton arid Mrs. Guthrie,. Miss Jewel Russell, Miss "Red" said, said Red. ," -.. I benefit. '.
Keathley Bowden were :Moore' Haven. Mildred Ward,\ Miss! Tippey Kim- I
I Sincerely
;, visitors Monday. brough, Messrs. Ed Ward: Sandy "Isa making sum pies, .,

-' Bell, Parker Wilson, James Wynn, And sum cran-berry sauce, Eunice Butler.BUTLER'S .
J Dr. and Mrs. J. W Ezelle and !Ed Clark, Virgil Lawrence, Pete'Mc- Now go get the large size V > '-
daughter, Emma Jane, spent Thurs- In'tyre, A. P. Beery, Jack Moorman, Of a turkey, wid the hoss.:" BEAUTY SHOP
day in Canal Point. I Coburn Moore, Larry Nash and Mr.. Clewiston Inn Telephone 345
and :Mrs. Arthur McKenzie.
"Okay," said Red, "Indeed- I i
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson spent ---
It'll be a pleasure".
Thursday as guests of .friends in MRS. LA" LEn HOSTESS "Get him some feed, !I I

Wrest Palm Beach. AT INFORMAL TEA . . . . . .
And none of that leisure. .. ... .. .. .. '. .' EM
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Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Mrs. :M. R. Lawler was hostess I I
This she did with a will, 'i'iii
Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent Saturday Wednesday afternoon at an informaltea '
i in West Palm Beach.. honoring visiting mothers on She could taste last year's turkey :

I I I 1\Jr: n, 'R T.inVswilpr and children the interesting government contest reservation. In an She thought still. of last year's pies, iii I i iitl
'- conducted Mrs.
;: NewY How Red got in them and said j CLEWISTON 60LF
arrived Thursday from i G. S. Mobley was awarded a bowl of Twas the flies! I
to join Capt. Linkswiler. I bulbs and Mrs.! W. F. Simpson was .
It was just another of his lies. '
-- awarded tea balls as winners of first I
F. M. Wright and his mother Mrs. ,i and second respectively. He was a bad little ,child, I Ih

Maie Wright attended a show in ,! Guests of Mrs. Lawler for the afternoon To do such a thing, j, COURSE V
And now the boy is so wild, V Hi
Moore Haven :Monday night., were: Mrs. H. E. Reichard, V -
I Wouldn't get a thing. .
I --- Mrs. G. S. Mobley: Mrs. C. H. Roberts 1/ V ..
I Dr. John Nolen of Cambridge, I Mrs. Charles B. Roberts, Mrs. .:. I :I I'I ''

Mass., spent several days of this Olin Carleton, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Oh! Here comes Red a-back y V V V Iha-..... ,- I 10
! week in Clewiston on business. I Mrs. E. A. ,Houser, Mrs. A. R. Broad- And what did she see. V :.
I foot and Mrs. M. C. Johnson. Why its the turkey sack :JI!: : V !II.:i: V

I Mr. and Mrs. L. Ostrum, of Orlan- Filled with turkey. :!: j:
tl I do, spent the week-end here as the
f!' guests of Mr. .and Mrs. A. W. Sias., WITH DINNER PARTY Red she said, "You is a honey boy, ',. / I .0..
What could I do without 'you,
,; Mrs. W: C. Prewitt, Miss Saundall! Ann Pafford entertained a num- Christmas you'll get a rubber duck.a .- Public
'I Watson and Miss Dorothy Craig 1 ber of friends at the home of her toy- JI Open to the ]IJ> Uy

: spent Friday in West Palm Beach. I j parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, "Ma, did I surprise I
I the you.Dick
on, government reservation Saturday Owen. I
Mrs. B. E. Herring returned !]
evening with a dinner party, .. Ixr ; -
Thursday from a visit of several'!' \the occasion being her eleventh SPORTSThe i r 'z. 0'y
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weeks with relatives in Pennsylvania. j birthday. .. 1'0_
Clewiston: Junior High School : ,; '.:..
i Following the delicious dinner the,I diamond ball team played the South ''t.. i. .
I' I girls enjoyed a movie. Bay Junior High diamond ball team '.:. 'I'II.I .
I'' Mr. and Mrs. Grover Poole and I Those attending Gloria Mc- 'i' iiI.
1- were: Wednesday afternoon November 18, o. V II
I I ', son, John, of Canal Point, were the ]Duffie, LaDeen Peters, Marianne in South Bay. The game was very I + II'I I rx;.
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. I Jones, Barbara Broadfoot :t: '
Pegg I. :
, interesting for .'
a serious I
very > III'
N. Smith. ]Lawler, Elizabeth 'Winn, Moderate Green Fees i:
and :
I __ ; MaurynePrewitt. mishap. J. B. Erantley, Clewiston's ,
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring spent first home baseman run but, while knocked rounding a would-be third I :i: Exceptional Fairways :::

the week-end in Fort Myers visitingMrs. I
Herring's grandmother, Mrs. WITH BRIDGE ENTERTAINS SATURDAYMrs.i base Coach he Morrison slipped. and rushed broke him his to arm.the ::!.:a: Interesting Greens V 'III::

J. D. Baigrie. Clewiston I 'I .z.
hospital and the game con- .1
\ I. M. Pafford entertained tinued. ,',
Mrs. L. H. Robbins arrived Sun-

day to spend the winter with her bridge Saturday party evening at her with home a co-operative Saturday by The a score Clewiston of 9 to learn 3. was defeated' -'.............................................................................................................................................................=. .
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, and ltJ
daughter, night, most of those attending being j
! 0'' sons, E. C. and Joseph Robbins and week-end "hunting widows". .
their families.
! High score prize was awarded to

i : I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner and Mrs. M. E. Yenawine and low to
. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. Mrs. L.
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: Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent Thanks-
' giving with friends and relatives in made the lucky cut and Mrs. H. O.
Avon Park. Peters was given a guest prize. Cake The Clewiston Chamber of Commerce

and coffee were served at the con-
I clusion of play.v
r. Mrs Keathley Bowden Mrs. Olin
,, Carleton and Mrs. W. F. Simpson Others playing were: Mrs. ,Keath Advertises Your Community
ley Bowden Mrs.
F. Simpson,
were visitors in Moore Haven Saturday '.
Mrs. G.. S. Mobley, Mrs. Olin Carleton -

, ,i ::. afternoon. and Mrs. H.' E. Reichard. '>'. :i..:" : : ,', It Serves the Public .\ .
; Mrs. F. E. Chalker and Mrs. W.'T. .' :&,. :*':' 'v': ::,-'::::: ..: _. _'. '..', ,
; I '. Galvin of Tampa are the holiday I It Serves the :.
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Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Lawler and .
f children, Peggy and Bobby, spent Editor ........._......______Ethel AVillis ,'. Thousands of visitors will come to Florida this :year, drawn to the State by the gigantic
Thanksgiving with friends' and relatives -! Ass't Editor Biernice O'Neal
progi-am setting forth Florida advantages. How of these visitors will come to Clewiston?
i in Fort Myers. Sports!"> Editor ..._._LeRoy Hare many
F u i I Ad\isor .... liss Dorothy Ijocklmrt
f' Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rogero left the I These visitors will learn that here they may view }the great Government Flood Control .

.first of'the week for a visit with Mr. I First Grade Weekly Honor Roll- work, the $20,000,000 levee and Flood Control gates. Here' also may be viewed Lake Okeechobee -
1"0 Rogero's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mary Ruth Johnson, Carline Berner -
;. Rogero In Hallandale. 1 and Junior Raines. the largest inland water. lake in the State. This territory embraces the most fertile agrI-

I We are very glad that Ida Hortonis cultural section in the world and the largest single industry in the State of Florida. Unexcelled
George and Richard Bestor are able to be back in school after a
home from Georgia Tech and the Un- I week's illness and absence from fishing and hunting abounds in the Everglades. The Clewiston Chamber of Commerce can bring .

irersity of Florida to spend the I school. these visitors here. > '

Thanksgiving holidays. I, Second Grade Weekly Spelling Hon

I I or Roll- You Need the Chamber of Commerce
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Miller _
of Tam
Berkley Ivey, Sammie Ray Young, .
:.. pa arrived Wednesday to spend the I Charles Benbow,. William McCracken .. .
remainder of the week as guests of I Bobby Maynard, Gene Mills, Jo The Chamber ot Commerce Needs You

:V V Mr. and, Mrs. L. C. Miller. I Ann Crouch, Faith Louise Mitchell,

..V Dorothy Mitchell, Harriet Alston, JOIN NOW .
i. G. J. Davis, of Delray Beach, recently Louise Pre\yitt. Janice Norton, Graces >: '
I, arrived in Clewiston and ha I Ward, Louise Thomas and Peggy
I t assumed the and profit by the improved: business conditions which will result from the increased number of
management of the Gulf I Lawler. ,
Station on the highway at Pacific Third Grade Weekly Spelling Honor visitors to<< our City. V ,
Avenue. Roll- .
.. Ogie Lee Arnette, Stella Westber-
..rfi\ Boyd Vorhees, of Moore Haven, !i ry, Esther Brewer, Nora Oglesby, Da- Contact An Officer of the Organization lmmedlately-
has moved to Clewiston to make his j'vid!'! Belcher, Noley Geiger, James' \
home while employed by the U. S. nicks Wilma Jean Tingle, and Shirt And Become A Member:

Sugar Corporation, as time-keeper a ley Moon.
:. Lake Harbor.
Fourth Grade Weekly Spelling Hon ,
D. G. ALSTON, President
i, t.;: or Roll-
STEWART, Vice-President
'.";. Mrs. H. O. Peters and daughter, j Henry Chapman, Nicky Schiffli, .... .> ., J. E. BEARDSLEY, Secretary
I LaDeen, of West Palm Beach visited Willie Smith, Elsie Bembry ando CLAUDE DOWNS, TreasurerThe
V f !.;; friends in Clewiston from Friday t I PameUa Bourne. V' ,

.; Tuesday while Mr. Peters was on ij i The fifth grade Is making a small Clewiston Chamber of Commerce

-t.tt-:......, hunting. trip in the Big Cypress.. I geography booklet on the United II :

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! RE1fi Firewood' o,

;I BY XT O TREASURE chest that I 4 I

B R.I G H T MARY SCHUMANN !! DAY Would" Out could of hold this build fallen these tree precious

W. BARTON magic things

Talks About 0 That it. has given me:

The Liver and Wakefulness.I An oriole's song in summer wind,
S. T, A R OFTEN speak about the liver- Spring sunlight after rain,

Xs';_, Copyright by :Macrae Smith Co. the king of the organsbecauseof Witch-laughter on autumn night,
: WNU Service the and the importance Blue
IS'. great amount shadows where the
of its daily work. It does snow has lain.

f.. more different jobs than any"other So
r t organ and has to do them in such a quartered firewood

.. SYNOPSIS Kezia .came downstairs. Her arms while I'm immured in the halls of big or wholesale manner. Of course The ancient trunk shall go-

:, \ stole around Fluvanna's neck learning, she grabs off the best- the heart which is only a few ounces I'll count my treasures while I

kt:; Kezia Marsh, pretty, selfish and twenty, arrives ] "Alma Mater," she murmured ca looking, man in town!" compared to the liver's six poundsin dream
home in Corinth from school and is met Before the fireglow.M. .
? ressingly. Then she said with silky weight has the important j job of
fe. by her older brother, Hugh. He drives her to S. Ferguson in Country
r'.t' the Marsh home where her widowed mother, vindictiveness: "What was Ellen CHAPTER II pumping the blood
JL., Fhivanna, a warm-hearted, self-sacrificing! and after at this hour in the morninga c but that is its whole Gentleman.

,. understanding soul, welcomes her. Kezia's sister worm?" The' back yard lawn of the Hugh
" Margery, plump and matronly with the job.The
"Kezia! ,
care of three children is at lunch with them. Marshes was veiled in the translu- little glands,
Hugh's wife, Dorrie; has pleaded a previous "I know-wanted to see what I cent light which comes just before pituitary at base of
engagement. On the way back to his job at was doing today and make plans! darkness. The west was a faint brain, thyroid in the
y. the steel plant founded by one of his fore- She doesn't need to think I intend
saffron streaked with birds neck adrenal situ-
mauve; ,
Doc Ililler, boyhood ,
; bears. Hugh passes a
to around with her all the
.: friend whom he no longer sees frequently because go" talked in sleepy twitterings; a ated one on top of
of Dorrie's antipathy. Fluvanna Marsh time. wood dove cooed in a willow. each kidney, have
wakens the next morning from a dream about Fluvanna took a drink of coffee.
Dorrie reclined on a wicker most important jobs
> her late husband, Jim, whose unstable character "Why do you think such unpleasant -
i.' she fears Kezia has inherited. Soon chaise longue and Hugh sat near yet weigh scarcely }/
Ellen Pendleton comes over. She is an artistically I things? You played together a her smoking a pipe. Hugh's eyes anything, but the TAY av '
,L- inclined girl who is a distant niece of great deal when you were small. :were on the arabesque pattern of ._Y-,' D6U liver carries on de- THIS .
Fluvanna'a and a favorite of 1I1;<;h's. She Wouldn't it be just as easy to think fy'
the vine. sPite the various DROP
,. trumpet Dr. Barton
; happily tells Flux'anna she has become engaged she fond of wanted to wel-
was ,
": to Jerry Purdue.CHAPTER Dorrie allowed the evening pa- forms of damagethat
: c come you home? per to drift to the ground. "Hugh, occur to it. In fact, as men- TREATMENT.
I,. Kezia sulked for a minute.' tioned
I'm before
I-Continued constitutionally lazy. practically two of every -
Then she .broke a piece of toast, "M-mm." three persons have some irrita-

r -3- crumbled it thoughtfully. "I 'suppose "Aren't you interested? Did you. tion or inflammation of liver and AND GET RELIEF FROM

. "I'm telling you first, before I might have come down." hear what I said?" gall bladder and yet perhaps only
:. anyone," the girl went on. "I can Her mother smiled as she saw WATERY HEAD COLDS
I one in a hundred
, "That you are lazy? Yes, I has real trouble.
,= tell you things, Fluvanna-you un- victory in sight. Kezia was I heard. I don't know what we can Recent investigations would seem Because of their "balanced medica-

:,:. derstand. I'm exquisitelydivinely ashamed of her action, but had do about it." ,to show that the liver has a'regular tion," j just two drops of Penetro Nose
' :," happy! Why, Jerry-" haM to defend it. Drops help to
'....- She shrugged and a curling smile routine or system of performing two open up your nose,
; she shook her head, murmured: "She has a tough time at home. of soothe inflammation, let fresh air break
Y that he never liked' to see crept its important jobs, that is the
the Contain
"It's beyond words-the feeling. I No wonder she comes here so watery mucus.
never thought anything so'nice much. Cousin Gavin is too nerv- around her mouth. storing away of glycogen (sugar) ephedrine and other approved Ii)
"It means nothing that you havea for future use, and manufacture medication. 25c,50c,Si bottles.
would happen to me! to allow the radio to be
ous pldyed lazy wife?" of bile to assist digestion and stimulate Trial size lOc. For free sampleof
: "All nice things should happento when he's in the house and her
Penetro Nose write
"You make pretty things for the bowel action. Drops, _
you, Ellen! mother, pretentious and calculat- house-curtains, cushions. Your Dept. D3, Memphis, Tenn. ,
,r,. "I wish Mother were as, easy to ing, nagging the life out of her- clothes-you spend a lot of time Glycogen and Bile. --- .
\., .-'. tell things to as you, Fluvanna." what a mother!" shuddered Kezia."I sewing. "It appears that in man there is To stainless relieve chest colds, rub with .aN

She gave a rueful smile. "She have no reason to.be enviousof "But that's what I like to do! probably in the liver the greatest snow-white Pendro."J;

won't be pleased-nor Father. It Ellen. If a man goes romantic, .I mean I'm lazy because I don't amount of bile being manufacturedwhen
.'" will be hard-that part the telling over her-they think of Lizzie fora do the things I ought to-:but don't the least amount of glycogenis 0 t 81> iE ETiRf@

I them. Perhaps I'll wait a while." mother-in-law-then it's good-bye want to! You.see there's a distinc- being stored, and the greatest NOSE DOS
.4 Fluvanna called up the stairway. Ellen!" tion." amount of glycogen is being stored

.;.. "Ellen is here. Hurry down, She sat there, her eyes dreamyand "I'm not complaining." when least bile is being manufac- A PRODUCT OF PLOUGH INC. MEMPHIS-NEW YORK

M1 Kezia." m sted. "I'm so mean," His mind slipped away to the tured. According to research workers

Ellen returned with the flowers she faltered, "and you're so goodto plant. If they landed the Cincin- the least glycogen is,being man- Work 'Is As Salt

arranged in vases. "I mustn't'stay me! Oh, Mother,, how do you nati order and the one from Day- ufactured at noon and the most Work is the very salt of life, not

for breakfast. I went out early put up with me?" ton it would keep them running all after midnight. While taking food only preserving it from decay, but

painting in the ravine and left word Fluvanna was moved, .as she always through June, when there wouldbe I may affect this routine to some extent also giving it tone and flavor.-H.

that I'd be back by breakfast time. was when Kezia was penitent a natural recession. They hadn't I nevertheless this general rule Black.

F. She'll worry. I'll stay until I see and misty-eyed, even thoughshe done badly for a small plant, con- I is maintained."
Kezzie. Nice to have her home, knew it did not hinder her sidering conditions. These facts are of interest to

isn't it? Not so lonely for you." from doing the same thng over "You're not thinking about me!" physicians with diabetic patients. PAIL

Fluvanna nodded. "Very nice. again directly. The girl rose in a said Dorrie sharply. This fact of the daily routine of RELIEf FROM '.

And I'd Have been much lonelierif sudden whirlwind and came around "Who else?" He knocked the the liver in storing its largest COLAS

:' a certain person hadn't been to her chair, laid her cheek against ashes out of his pipe. "If I think amount of glycogen at nightabouteight

;' very kind about coming often." 'hers. "I know I'm horrid!" about the business it's for you, isn'tit hours after the evening meal- The original Cellophane wrapped

: : "I? Pouff! I loved coming Charming, emotional and impul- ?" is thought to be the.'cause of sleep- genuine pure aspirin t """

r";; you're just fascinating to sive-like Jim. Her heart plunged "I'm trying to make a confession lessness or wakefulness about two / Si.

: me. I never get tired of being with misgiving for Kezia, -a vague but you won't listen." o'clock in the morning in certain WORLD'S LARGEST p Se

+ with you-perhaps fascinating isn't anxiety. She caressed her auto- His left brow went up in its humorous individuals. Eating their large mealof SELLER ATInferiority qSA eOc

i: the word." She sat lown on the matically. ,.. twinkle. "What's bother- starchy and fat foods-potatoes,

/: davenport beside Fluvanna. "I Kezia went back to ner chair ing your conscience?" bread, sugar, sweets, puddings, I
t told Jerry I could tune in with "Be nice to her when she comes "I should have' your family here cream-at the noon hour instead of

l::": you. He understood. He understands -. again-or, better still, telephoneher. once in a while. We're always be- at six o'clock might be of some

t:: everything." ." ing invited to your relatives'. It's help, but would certainly not tend 1

if Fluvanna patted her hand. "I will," Kezia nodded between one of the things I ought to do, but to. keep them alert for mental workin
.):' "So all this happiness came to bites. "I'll telephone net this don't want to." the afternoons.

r you last night? May I tell Kezia?" noon. Pete told me about this Pur-, "You mean you don't care for *

;, Ellen laughed. "I don't mind. due she has been going with-very'' my family?". :Three Kinds of Overweight.I .

f:: And Hugh do tell Hugh. He's smooth lo.oking-like Ronald Col- ,"I don't care for people, Complex
many sometimes think that most of us Most failures due to inca-
t. an .understanding sort, :of person, man. They're" all betting it won'tlast do I?" she tossed back, smiling. are just a little too severe in criti- pacity ,to fathom one's own abil-

; my favorite cousin among hundreds a month! "No; but I thought you and cizing those who are overweight.While .
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"I wouldn't be too sure. Mother-
C practically every case can
.s- The older woman knew she was Kezia looked up 'quickly. "H-m- "I'm fond of your mother. She remove some fat by cutting down on

; I getting pleasure out of her naive mm, have you a scoop-she tell has an extraordinary effect on me. food, nevertheless there are some Up in the Morning
: confession so she encouraged her." you anything?" Makes me feel good inside and out
I overweights who honestly try to reduce -
Fine !
"You met Jerry in April? "Not for the public yet. So. keepi -like a steam bath and a sooth- in this way, with results that, Feeling

"Oh, no-last fall. I've seen secret." ing oil rub by a Swedish masseur."' to them at least, are disappointing.In The refreshing relief so many folks

something of him for a long time. I "No?" Kezia's brows went up.' "Gosh, Dorrie!" justice to overweights it must say they get by taking Black-

He would come-then stay away. I "Well, is that a headline! Ellen, "Margery, since she has those be stated that the of Draught for constipation makes
great majority ,,
. enthusiastic about this famous
them pure-
You see he thought his "
> family put it over! Cheers for Ellen! children, doesn't talk my language.I them inherit the tendency to over- ly vegetable laxative.BlackDraught .
would matter. His father is a roll- Kezia rose from the table. "I'll can't get passionate over croup Close questioning by the puts the digestive" tract
in the mill and weight. to act regularly, every
er uncle runsa In better condition
breeze around there after I get and adenoids and spinach, can I?
the fact to
cigar 'store. He said he couldn'tbring physician usually brings out day, without your continually having
through playing tennis and ask her 'But Kezia has a streak of wickedness that if neither the father nor the take medicine to move the bowels. i t
them to meet us and all I undei'stand. Fun to watch Next time, be sure to try .
to bring him over some night of the
mother were overweight, one
relations-you and the Ren- '"
soon." She dropped a kiss on her her maneuver her own purposes. '
aunt .
grandparents 01 an or
shaws, the Woods, the Moffats, the mother's hair. "I'll tell her that (TO BE CONTINUED) carried excess pounds. Dr. : o\ :
Debarrys-we awful crowd many
are an ,
you know. Not that he's ashamedof C. G. Lambie in the British Lancet D. ...

his people! He tells us that some 70 per cent of
says they are Siamese Cat Faithful Dog
as as a have A GOOD LAXATIVE
plain, nice people, saved to send overweights overweight par-

him to school in the East he's High Jumper, and Its "Mew" Is a YellThe ents, so even where the parents

very proud of them just were not overweight, the tendency
it to overweight is likely present in a DROP ;
thought wouldn't do. THE ONLY COUGH
I Royal Cat of Siam is a per- gent of all breeds of cats and are
"Afraid to let himself "go because. sonage in its native land. Legends conceded to be the most compan- goodly number of oth cases. WHICH HELPS BUILD UP YOUR 1
Lambie into
father has Dr. puts overweight
your money its Its ionable. Their itself is startlinga
surround coloringalight
name. cry RESERVE
-Ellen nodded, then said in a low three classes: (a) developmental ALKALINE !
biscuit-is that of all sort of yell a long removed
fawn way
voice: "I told Jerry that the fact or (natural or inherited tendency), (b)
that he loved me meant every- sacred animals. Although its originis from the mew of the European cat. metabolic (where the bods proc- It U D I N' ;
thing-more than money, more lost in the maze of history, it was To be successful in raising a Sia- esses work slowly and allow fat to

than family. It seems to me that worshiped ages ago, as were the mese cat, a high and dry temperature accumulate instead of burning it MENTHOL COUGH DROPS 51

when two people love"each other, sacred cow and elephant.A is necessary, especially the up), and (c) nutritional (where l

they give the most priceless pos- scarce and rather valuable ani- former. They can absorb any more food is eaten than the body ON THE AIRWITH ;
amount of heat. A peculiarity of ,
session-something greater than mal, the Siamese cat, has to be I needs). f1. Ftd/ I
this breeC: is its ability to jump to
anything in the world." practically bootlegged out of Siam, "The energy requirement of the i
almost height, such as the top I
Fluvanna kissed her impulsively."You although the King of Siam occasion- any uody is the amount of energy need-
are a sweet child-and a to art- of; a cabinet or picture railing. I the HOT NEWS FROM HOLLYWOODI :
ally presents one a singer or ed to keep body processes go-
wise Siamese cats are as faithful as : Tuesday 10:30 P.M,,E.S.T.,N.B.C.Red Network :
very one. ist whose work he admires to for muscular
01 a ing, to supply energy
dogs and are unlike other cats in
A silence, then Ellen rose. "I' However most of I
visiting dignitary. that form deep attach- #ork-walking, playing, workingand -
must be going. those in this country were imported to cover the dynamic action of 48 35
"Wait. Kezia will &e down in amoment. from England, where the real ments to individuals, just as dogsdo food. If these three needs are taken WNU-7 ,
., She asked me to call her is writes and are indifferent to places. and still there is food ()
breeding going/on, Evelyn are unused -
t early because she's playing ten- Avery in the Detroit News. They area also intensely jealous and then this will be, stored up in NO DArNH!) lIJfF
nis." would kill drive I
She went to the stairway. likely or away any "
Coming, Kezia? Ellen is in Born pure white, at about five other cat their owner attempted to the body as fat. Sha Uses Glover'sJ
a hurry." weeks of age the coat darkens and keep in the home. The hatred of It is estimated that from 70 to 80 She used to be a

She heard Kezia murmur' to her- ,continues to do so with maturity.The water cherished by the other breedsis per cent of all the food eaten is ..: victim of Dandruff.. ;.\ :,t

self betore she replied: "A few points valued in this
minutes." rather small and flat head, called will ask for a bath, will even climb processes going properly; that only secret is regular use ofGlover's .," .',, .'-k

In a little while Anna announcedthat snake head, a small regal body ofa into the tub and wait to be about 20 to 30 per cent is needed for : ,Medicil1eandGlover's.Mange '. ';<1
the work the body does with the ''I '., Medicated Soap for J;,'.,
breakfast was getting cold. light fawn color, with dark head, scrubbed. The Siamese cat, is ori- ,. : That's '. '
the shampoo. ,
muscles in doing our daily work. 1 ; ': "i.
Ellen started toward the door, the legs and tail. The more decidedthe ental. Never in its kitten days is % .' what YOU should be i '"
contrast-that is the the Thus a man of average weightand <. doing for YO UR hair. ....;, .
rainbow expression of her face it at all cuddly. Lithe, sinuous and height 150 pounds, 5 feet 7 : t{ AskyourHairdresser ::,;. .J.Jy
faintly clouded. "I really must be body and darker the other pcints1the almost always in motion, it attracts hour's walk / she knows.
tall in doing an .
inches .
better. The fur should be fine '
running along. Tell Kezia I'm sor or repels definitely. The first pair \::>:> x ...
and glossy resembling beaver. All covering 2 miles would require on- $;'<' > tt V .
ry-some other time! of Siamese cats were imported into r.;.
She had scarcely started her car Siamese cats have blue eyes. this country about 25 years ago, bya I ly the about needed a energy slice of for bread the walk to supply, Drucurra1 s lk

in than street and moved off, when These cats are the most intelli- Chicago woman. cWNU ServIce


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/ The..Cure for Mental '
and Afflictions

\ TRY it for a day, I beseech
If you are burdened with seem- OUR COMIC SECTIONFINNEY you, to preserve yourself

ingly unfair responsibilitieswork. in an easy and cheerful frame ).
of mind. Be but for one day, :

If you are happy-keep right on instead of a fire-worshiper of
p working. Idleness gives room for passion, the sun-worshiper of
I doubts and fear. clear ,self possessions, and

I; If sorrow overwhelms you and OF THE FORCE _Bed oio-gUi-_ Excuse Please compare the day in.....which... you
-- ----- --- : Dr I WMrn\r.p.WrWA have allowed
nottrue-work. it to grow up;
loved ones seem ,
: When faith falters and reason DA' and you will find your heart
to '
fails-just work.If OHOLOO JOT i open every good motive,
ARE BREV\Kir4Cy- IVER your life strengthened and
disappointment comeswork.When -THIS DRo your
dreams are shattered and TOO MANY TRAFFIC RLJLHS/ I WAr1j breast armed with .a panoply

hope seems dead-work. Work *iou TO DIRECT TRAFFIC TptaW against every trick of fate;

i as if your life were in peril. It AND HELP SLOW UP THESE truly you will wonder at your
really is.Work 5PE1 DET S own improvement.-Richter.

is the greatest material
II Happiness should be shared. ; I
remedy available. Mississippi -
i Vocational News. I is ,

I \ ; .
I m i ;;;
/r The Infinitive
No More BrandyMost Split
(( / --f A
of the St. Bernard dogs split infinitive is a form of ex-

used by the monks living in the pression in which the sign of the

Alps for rescue work now carry t infinitive "to" is separated from ,
l lz
hot, non-alcoholic drinks in vac /1 ) I its verb by a word or phrase,
::0 usually an adverb. For instance
uum flasks attached to their col- ) ,
lars instead of brandy. ;; "to quickly return" instead of
"to return "
dP The split infinitive is frowned \
.- ,
upon by a few "purists", but it

I Constipated A SO HE VlMTv. is used by nearly all good,writers
G ROICiHT PAST DON'T yEZ and is now regarded as respectable -
Yea's SAY'W SIR-t
.30 LLSH0111D
w ,
I L ME, EH/ WHUT 01 KNOW- English. However, this formof
I "For thirty years I had stubborn \A MEAN WHIN 01HOU expression_ is not usually adopted -
constipation.' Sometimes I did not go V' i NAJE BEEN A unless it is smoother or
i for four or five days. I also had awful > UP ME more
gas bloating, headaches and pains in SCHOOL "TEACHERTVJENTY effective than the regular form.
the back. Adlerika helped right away. NAND -
Now I eat sausage, bananas, pie, any- Ffl
thing I want and never felt better. I TEARSvl /
sleep soundly all night and enjoy life.
-Mrs. Mabel Schott.If .
you are suffering from constipation,
sleeplessness, sour stomach, and gas G l
bloating, there is quick relief for you
in Adlerika. Many report action in
thirty minutes after taking Just one I'II
dose. Adlerika gives complete action,
cleaning your bowel tract where ordi
nary laxatives do not even reach.Dr. .
II. L. Stioub, flew York, reports ,
'.1,. addition to intestinal cleansing,Adltrlka
checks the growth of intestinal bacteria and
colon bacilli."
Give your bowels a real cleansingwith :
Adlerika and see how good you -
j feel. Just one spoonful relieves GAS -- ----
i; and stubborn constipation. Leading

: Druggists. ,.

Three Foes Western r Newspaper> Union f1 II I I 1 ya y,: I II Fear, Hope and Care

Nothing keeps us down like our ---- -- Man must have some fears,

own ignorance, laziness and folly. hopes, and cares, for the coming
I THE FEATHERHEADS A .:U It's a GiftHAppErJEP I morrow.Schiller.A .

l rJ
When Women -AND I MET 2 SHE
J :rLJST ) J WHAT ?- OH-
If you seem to have lost some of WHeN I WASTHAT'S\ VERY IN, THE SToR>r- I i 'HAVEN'''(

your favorite strength activities;you, or foryour had for housework your- GOG/ THRoLJGHTtOLJGIrr{ FU l.. t HARDL'1' SEEM NEIZ Your Danger SignalNo

I. .'. and care less about your THB STOREof 1 y0I1HoPs r WOULD HAvE/ FoR} 'CNREERECOCNIzED matter how many: medicines
1"iT'1J meals and suffer severe dis- YOU LIKE\ \ _-*- J you have tried for your cough,chest
.J'comfort at certain times try THEM :' .. cold or bronchial Irritation, you can
Cardui!! 4 irf ; HER ORSEARS get relief now with Creomulsion.
Thousands and thousands of Serious trouble may be brewing and
women say it has helped them. you cannot afford to take a chance
the im- with anything less than Creomul-
By .increasing appetite,
sion, which goes right to the seat
proving digestion, Cardui helps
you of the trouble to aid nature to
to get more nourishment. Asstrength l4 soothe
and heal the inflamed mem-
returns, unnecessary functional branes as the germ-laden phlegm
aches, pains and nervousness just 7 / Is loosened and expelled.
seem to go away. Even if other remedies have
failed, don't be discouraged, your
druggist is authorized to guarantee
Firm AnswerA S \ Creomulsion and to refund your I
short and firm answer givesone money if'you are not satisfied with
rest from results from the very first bottle. I
a annoyance.
... Get Creomulsion: right now. (Adv.. I

r\ 1iNOSE
Miss Repercussions of Hate
:.j ;: REE LEEF I WOULD M'-T NAVEI I ARE .-ro BE' A SHE down your own home to get rid of

r I
wH says: HADN'--r BEEN FOR yociiz WIFE COAT (


f. \\ ITWAT TNA7 a little pure snow-white Moroline into
, SHE SOT IT THE so 2. your hair and see how neatly it stays in
relieves place?lOc size contains 3% times as much
SAME -TIME i Coo't'MINE as the 5c sise. Get Moroline at your dealers.MJNE: .

, i I HIEADAC tiE 1 !

: quicker because v
: it's liquid... t.

C:) atieaay a&lctvett' s I I Tolerable Fellow

There is a kind of likable self-

) l made man who makes excuses
for it.
Worthless RuleIt .i/

1 is a poor rule that works no .

1 good either way. .
Western N wipmp r Onloa
i D .

THAT'S KNOWLEDGE jocose. "I say, my man," he saidto for 16 years and I notice that she c
ILACKMANSTOCKandPOULTRY the driver, "is your Noah's Ark still meets you at the door when
full up?" you come home from wo*k.
I MEDICINES The driver touched his cap. "Just Man-Yes, she's afraid I'll forgetto

Are Reliable one donkey short, sir," he said. wipe my feet before I come in.
L "Hop in!"

w Blackman's Medicated lick-
J No Money for Fine
At a police court an old offenderwas
w Blackman's! Stock Powder I summoned for being drunk. and

DV Blackman's Cow Tonic r' flu disorderly."Ten .

I w Blackman's Hog Powder .r shillings or a fortnight," said I 1 CmLDREN'Sp

I, I Blackman's Tablets the magistrate, Ireland's Own re
w Poultry
"Do you know that the pen is lates. p
w Blackman's Poultry Powder mightier than the sword?" .
"But, sir, I've only got two shil-
I Highest Quality-Lowest Price "I know that the gum shoe is lings in the world," replied the pris-
mightier than the steam roller." oner. "Those three bugs are some acro A MUSLtgp
' Satisfaction Guaranteed or tN V3tr
'II .,. ufrrg
back "Well, you must go to gaol,' then.If bats. tt1 a. ?
@ your money Testimonial"I you hadn't spent the money on "They can't help it. They're tumble MILD,
j\ BUY FROM:YOUR DEALER can't do a thing with Jones," drink you would have been able to bugs."
said the manager. "I've had him pay the fine." Making SureA
in three departments, and he dozes well-dressed walked in-
Chattanooga,Tenn.MORNING all day. Signs of Good Luck to the fashionable milliner's shop 60c rr, s' $1.20
: "Put him at the pajama counter" Mrs. Pekker Oh, look, Henry! and asked for the manageress."I .
suggested the proprietor, "and fasten I've just found a four-leafed clover! see from your advertise- '
a card on him with these words: That's a sign of a forthcoming mar- ments," she said, "that you have s 1
DISTRESS 'Our pajamas are of such superior riage. just received two thousand hats O '
isduetoacidupsetstomach. ouality that even the man who sells. Mr. Pekker-Nonsense! It's a from Paris." RA

Ii Milnesia inal) quickly wafers relieve(the orig-acid them cannot keep awake'." sign of good luck! "That is so, moddom," replied the and A recognized Neuritis lufferen.Remedy A for perfect Rheumatic Blood

/' stomach and give necessary manageress. Purifier. Makes thin Blood Rich end
elimination. Each wafer Noah Fair! There's a Reason "Good!1" replied the woman, as Healthy. Builds Strength and Vigor.
equals 4 teaspoonfuls of milk Noting the age of the vehicle head Friend-What a loving wife you she removed her hat. "I wish to try Always Effective Why suffer?
hailed young Bill became have. Here been married them "IfI."ci.I.l' s]' ;IcaJ.'U.) I:("
of magnesia.,.20c,35c&60c you've on.


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[sist in attaining higher :yields, the children's_ pet scotty. !I 1934, $41257,187.; Those reductions

: SeasonContinued I fact that Florida is one of the lower Going to strange, far-off and fog-!! are due mainly to abandonment of

-1 cost producers of cane sugar supplying gy California, leaving all! the little: tracks and' reduced
( from pago 1) i t the continental market, the constant -I friends of their childhood In Miami, rolling stock 0,
'" sugar requires a two year growS study of and experimentationfor the young Lorbers could>l't bear the! maintained, by'tlie companies. Nota- = -
cycle as against a one year grovig improving all of these factors as companion behind. So In his private ble in the 'decrease was the $542,400

cycle in' the Everglades, the Everglades well as the development of new products thought of leaving their constant Florida East Coast railroad in Dade if7jfl

also exceeds that area. The f I t from the sugarcane should not deluxe one-wheeled, rolling apart- cut, in the assessment against the i3
new varieties' which reference was only assure Florida a substantial por- ment, "Mr. McDougal" is seeing the I
and Monroe counties, due to aban-
expected to I. the production necessary -
mad 'hereinbefore aie tion of sugar country.The .
of I the continental demand .donnicnt of the company's I
make the: outstanding 'qualities to supply captain, who has 7.422.hours overseas
'he Everglades even more apparent. I. but should bring to Floridanew aloft on his splendid flying record, extension after its destruction by
and industries. hurricane in I
The plantation operations are com- developments is navigating his, ground clipper and 1935..
pletely mechanized tractors being I dog house' via New Orleans and Los
used for all motive power in the field Church' CelebratesContinued Angeles. And though he'll be weeks

the cane is transported from cane I coo late to establish any records for NORGE REFRIGERATORS \

hoists to the .sugar house on the I himself, Captain Lorber says he bets I I
the ( from page 1) I Furniture and Home Furnishings j jI
standard gauge railroad. During "Mr. McDougal" wits be' the first dog I i
harvest season which extends Scripture Reading. in the world ever to trundle across :PHILCO RADIOS |!
:I. November of one year to :May: from I Anthem: How Lovely Are Thy I the new Oakland-SanFrancisco I:I! Household I
Furnishings I
following year: over 4,500 tons of Dwellings, by Heyser.-choir" I bridge in his own swanky, rolling'

cane are delivered each day 'to the Pastoral Prayer. dog trailer. 'I I Inc. : Protect Your Home
sugar house and the sugar extracted Anthem: Seek Ye The Lord,. by. I I BELLE I
Roberts-choir. GLADE FLORIDA, Irom TuberculosisBUY
t'lerefrom.: "FIESTA OF< OLD SPAIN" TO BE I I .

, The extent of the plantation operation Announcements.Offertory STAGED AT CYPRESS GARDENS.I
will, b appreciated when it isf. Ii
;: ? than Hymn. Winter Haven, Nov. 25 (FNS.- i HL 7"F"! ;; -;: -iM'.I,1riII CHRISTMAS SEALS
considered that there are more
: having Anniversary Sermon, Rev. Alexander "Fiesta of Old Spain" In the roman-
260 miles of farm roadway .
f the cane Linn. tic and tropical setting of the beau-II SPRAYEDBEANS
345 bridges
f"" growing area. In the movement ofif' Anthem: Open Our Eyes. ,: by- 'Mac- tiful Cypress Gardens' near here No-I I II ,"t

[ the cane from the field to the sugarhouse Fa;lane-choir. ',. vember 28th and ,20th, will start off .
Hymn. -; the winter season attractions for tho I
117 tractors, 412
l' there is used are
Benediction.. visitors from the north. 1'I
which equipped !
lit cane wagons, all of are '
f(;' with crawler-tjpe tracks, 10 Postlude: Grant Us, by.,Bach- This event, staged for charity by; BETTER PAY
;t,: road sidings with cane hoists to rail-j Men's Quartet. ; ,' the Junior Woman's Club of Polk beans

I- the cane from the field ; County, ,offers a picturesque attraction /11I1Z'//U
::-, the railroad cars, 245 cane cars and I "Women" Winners-: staged among tropical flowersin Hundreds of groMCis I FLORIDA ia ,

f' locomotives. the outdoor amphitheatre where, who used to. dust their beans
That the farm worker is happy on the stage,. a famous Spanish bal! hate: profited from' tills important -

t.I and contented is supported by the (Continued From Page. One) let bolero will be a feature inathe fact: SPRAYING;:

V:. fact that during' the last harvest over his movements expressive. To him two programs on Saturday and Sun- beans with S.ulfocide ghes'I Ij lfJ IhJ

;: eighty-five per cent of the workers went the prize as the best debater! day afternoons. j so many more successive!
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a; had been on the plantation in for the evening.' Mr. Smith, much Gail Armour, noted danseuse, and pickings that it actually doubles -' [liim
previous harvests. In addition to i more elongated than the others of I the Armour dancers, will render this average crop production! 'I ,, .

cash in wages in excess of the aver- the trio was dressed in a black high ballet in colorful costumes. Several .I over beans dusedith SuII J y 6 I

age wage for farm labor in the Unit- necked dress and high-heeled shoes hundred!,! young. ladies of the county fur. One SPRAYED acre, !!9 fII
ed States the employees receive free that he had difficulty in keeping on clubs will also attend in Spanish at-j i, will .yield as much as TWO'

housing, medical care, fuel, gardensfor lIe sat with a very bored expression, tire. Wearing beautiful: bright tropi-i (dusted acies. .;it

vegetables for their own use and, made his talks the' same way and cal flowers, they will act as hostesses If continue to dust .1, {L;

in addition, food and other merchandise smoked' his cigarette with the cor-- to the several thousand visitors who beans you you are going to jour the SiI

at cost. The sugar operators of rect feminine touch. are expected to attend. I expense of seeding, planting,) ,,1 L
the Everglades. have acknowledgedtheir Although the poor men on the affirmative '. cultivating and fertilizing
c social responsibility through side made an excellent attack I FLORIDA RAILROAD T XES two acres when could
the non-use of mechanical harvesters on the "ladies" they were! get the same results from
during the peuod of unemployment whipped from the, time the members ,
Tallahassee, Nov. 25 (FNS) .-- one acre sprayed with Sul
, : throughout the country and; of the negative side walked onto the_ focide! Can you afford to I
during the recent flood conditions in stage and there were few in the audience Decrease of $5,000,000. in tax as- keep: on losing; the bigger'' ..

LaBelle dispatched, post-haste, medi-I who did not. agree with the sessments against Florida railroads I yields that Sulfocido could

cal and food supplies for that town. judges' decision since 1934. : has been announced by: be giving you? Stop at thejiotelpotciela

The sugar process consists of passing In addition to the debate the the State Railroad Assessment I 1 I

the cane through a 20-roll tan- crowd was entertained by three vocal Board. Commence spiajingSulfocide with I

dem with the refuse or "bagasse" I solos by L. M., Knapp, accompaniedby 1 to 200 just as.
r being delivered to. the boiler plant Mrs. M. R. Lawler at the piano. This year a taxable yalue of $36- jour beans come through

: as fuel for the production of the necessary -I The selections ,were:. "I'm StandingIn I 879,249, was placed on railroads. operating -' the ground. Teep. new I 312 S. E. ..SECOND AVENUE
; power; that this fuel has the Sun",. "Ol' Man River" and in the state. The valuation t growth cohered and spray:

proved a most efficient source: of "Give a Man a Horse He Can Ride". I in 1,935 was $39,195,552 and i in especially just after picking.
power is indicated by: the fact' that I The selections: were well renderedand Start spraying jour" ,tomatoes All Outside ;Rooms With _

during the 1935-1936 harvest only made a big hit with everyone.; peppers, and egg plants I .Private, Bath
: one gallon of fuel oil was requiredfor I M. in the seed bed. .-,
F. Wright historical '
gave a account / COOL, CLEAN QUIET'nrlooldng
every 2,500 tons of cane delivered L. B. Mershon'7
of the life and compositions of The best dealers in Florida
to the sugar house. After the ,j the famous composer, Beethoven, at sell Sulfocide. It will pajjou Biscayne Bay
juices are extracted from, the cane AGENT
k the conclusion of which Mrs. Law .
;; they are passed. through ;various purifying -, ler New York Life to insist on having Ask Two blocks. to'Shops, Theatre and _
played several selections from hisworks for helpful leaflet, "Sulfo-
1x: ,. and crystallizing; operations to Business Section. .
: the point where they are loaded in showing the various movements Insurance Company' tide the Bean Spray." I .
used by the comp'oser in his I
sacks of 325 pounds each and in ARCADIA, FLOIUDACounselor HATES
compositions. B. G. Pratt Co.
this way shipped to the refinery at
which point the raw sugar is passed .A group of boys ftl: m the 'fourth ,. I oO Church St., New York '

'v i through various additional opera- and fifth grades gave a soldier' drill I $1.50 Single ... :

':' tions so as to produce, the white su-/ in. costume which was very good It M. COUSE SUL1fOCHDEThe 2.50 Double '
gar ;with which we are familiar on I Refreshments of sandwiches and 1- \'

the djning-room table. punch wer'e served by ,the members!'!' and Attorney at Law Bean Spray I Special F'amilYcekI)' &
of the P.-T. A. at the conclusion} of
Using the cost
average figures, as I Hopkins Building Monthly Hate ,
disclosed by the Tariff Commission the program. Mis. R T. Mitchell, and -
Report for the various other areas president of the association and Mrs, Wednesdajs Saturdays S. D. McCREARY: Proprietor -
.' ]M. R. liawler: 9:30 to 4:00 SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS
? during the year-1929-1930 and the were'in charge 'of ar-I

;- recent (mt for the. company rangements.
in_ in Florida the cost of operat-'I -

i; of raw sugar including the MacWilliams Soon-

delivering it to a refinery .

Louisiana 4.813 cents per -. .
: Fnwaii 3.005 cents per pound Puerto (Continued from page 1) S YOUR CAR SLUGGISH ? '

Rico 2.856 cents,per pound; Phil- locks, both pieces of which will be .

;, i",>pine Islands 2.460 cents per pound taken out by the Spadaro Construction -

.., t<..nu Florida 2.556 cents per pound. Company. -
Haw sugar is probably both .the *
'hea est and purest form of carbohy- "ROLL, 1OUU OWN; HOME"IS : .4)

experimental work now

." r' j mg carried on should permit the Miami,' Nov. 25 (FNSJ. .-"Roll (Ui)) ,

Jiadual! but very substantial utiliza-! your own, home" has become a national -
..' t? In of this product in jndustry. ,
weakness. The highways and
r. One of the by-products of cane sugar woods are full of trailers of every I : .
is blackstrap molasses which is size and shape.

.,. used for mixing with other I
I But of the
one first exclusive, deluxe -
:, of cattle feed 'is I'
..:\ and also distilled, .for I dog house trailers in the world ..
k alcohol.: I
as the conception of Captain Charles
;;;'' The bagasse \yhich is now b rned' A. Lorber, veteran skipper of Pan

.:\ ".. contains a very high percentage nf( American dying clipper ships on the
. : ,alpha cellulose sbhavci '
; and when mea international air routes to the West
:"!, been .discovered for commercial extraction -:! Indies: and South America. ./

.: ,of this very valuable 'pro-( Transferred to
: transpacific air
J.:; duct
use of b..gassee
as a fuel "
; service, Captain Loiber is
now on
, 1
,:: : probably be ended. route
: overland to San. Francisco witl
i\ The development of improved cane! Mis. Loiber, the, twins, three other -,
varieties, the soil
studies, -svhich
as youngsters and "Mr.
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