The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00607
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00607
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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: l't' / I CJ: Dignitaries' Arrive B YII 1 0l'1 I l\i List Of '

Special Train Escorted to Attending. '

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I Below are listed as I

({nClewistol1, on Wednesday I visiting possible.: dignitaries Many have at been the 'I''I i

many of them, time has not ,
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I o ted to identify but the list,
Are Brought I complete as possible, is as I'

:I .. OF C. PRESIDENT] Mr. and M{rs. F. L. Allen, I
Sugar I York. Mr. Allen is a tifr

I Il U. S. Sugar Corporation.Dr. I
Aboard BusesWhile QUOTED R. V. Allison of the
i l I ment of Agriculture, \

Clewiston was Orlando. .
decorated and preparing for I Robert W. Atkins, stock :

welcome on Thursday, the I' In their account of the visit of of New 'York, U.' S. S. C.: '
train which brought one of
group of high officials to Savan ,Julius Behrens.
k 1 est groups of dignitaries ever Tuesday, the Savannah Evening C. J. Bourg, -
i I it one small town was on I ess ,spoke of the meeting there cf II American, Sugar Cane I
I II{ : here from Washington. G. Alston and Elbert L. Stew- ington.
I I The train stopped first in' representing the Clewiston C.. R. Bitting, New York, I
Ii I':' nahon Tuesday where the ,of Commerce with the of the U. S. S. C. I

\, senators, representatives, ,I and quoted Mr. Alston as fol W. T.. Bitting, a brother i
and other Influential men I 1 : Bitting and on board of
shown through the Savannah of Philadelphia.
I "I have come to Savannah to
and Pulp Laboratory, the Festi- W| H. Bixby, of St. Louis,
and conduct to the Cane '
and Paper Corporation tor of the
f some of our invited guests. '
I through the Savannah Sugar 4 Glen 'Bond<< of the .
for the members of the
I ery where' the raw sugar, Chamber of Commerce, of Refinery.
tured in Glewiston, is I II I
I have the honor to l be; presi-I Senator and Mrs. Wm.
I Dixie Crystal for :
sugar I believe that we, more than 1 I lof South Dakota. I
In Savannah the :
group group of American citizens, ap- :Millard Caldwell,
by Dave Alston, president o
the 'potentialities of South gressman. of West Florida.
\J J'. (!) ClftTriston Chamber of in the production of sugar Max Cathcart,
Elbert r.. Stewart, vice i :
I I I the furnishing of employment spondent of the '
who extended the welcome '
I I'I our citizens. Union.
: body which they
"Since the United States Sugar Lt. Col. A. De Carre. ;
j accompanied the visitors back
,I J. E. Chinn.
/ Everglades. In acquired the sugar pro- /
W., McL. Christie,
in Everglades five
another coach was years
I I ": the' special Atlantic Coast this month, the area has experi- ida legislator I
I ed continuous prosperity. We are W. T.: Colmer,
I which contained a number I
of our ability to boast that Mississippi. .
officials and men of i
Jacksonvivlle. area is one of the few in the C. McD. Davis, ...
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I States that has required president of the A. C. L. I
The train arrived early very i f
ing at Port Mayaca at the if any, unemployment relief Mrs. Betty Davis, l I i
the days of the darkest de-, Senator King of Utah.. I -
the St. Lucie canal and as 8)e II '
I I the group had breakfasted of our United States. M. H. Dorsett, freight
manager of the A. C. L. Ry. '
I : loaded on three large buses "I have come here today to carry
I J. Doss, A. C. L. I
I Florida Motor Lines for : group, who are interested in .n.
I Wilmington, N. C.
I I around the lake to I agricultural development of all I :
I J. H. Douglas, New York,
I In Port Mayaca the I 'Southeastern states, the greet-
tor of the U. S. S. C.
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I I i I shown through the citrus and 8)C. and good wishes of the Clewis- John Downing, district !
;'I, : do groves of the Phipps Chamber, of Commerce. It is our !
of the Standard Oil
: I : "and then taken on to the U. to make their trip through
Southern Col. B. C. Dunn, former
; experimental laboratory at States, particularly
'u. S. Engineer of Florida
Point where R. T. Gibbens and more particularly the '
of Washington.L. .
l' A. Sartoris described the a most enjoyable and in- .
and the beneficial results of one." Washington.Joe. W. Feick. of the A. ;

,II i mentation in cane breeding.
r The next stop was at the \\ NEON SIGN ERECTEDAT Ferris former ;

I: camp of the sugar company DIXIE CRYSTAL THEATRE the late Senator Pork: I
i I I after inspecting the -- now with the Chamber of ;

& : Q) commenting favorably on the Mis Mary Hayes Davis, owner in Washington.
J Ii liness and brands of goods manager of the Dixie Crystal Senator Lynn Frazier
I I' they were taken aboard flat' here is to be congratulated kota.H..
;i a five mile trip through the beautiful' Neon display sign I .P. Fulmer,

i', fields where they got a has been erected around the ,South Carolina .x :
;1 picture of cane cutting, in front of the theatre this L. Garrabant.
:l r weighing and loading W. T. Getz, New York,
K They then returned to I The erection of the sign was start-'of the U. S. S. C. ( ) I
:f they were entertained with Tuesday and was in operation on I D. Stuart Gillis, of
;i teen minute program at 'I night. Against the neon I Springs, president-elect of
:'J j school which is considered background the name of the ida Senate.
:i i school for colored children. I showing at that time is I W. Hamner. "?
:r i inspection trip was taken of i Metal letters of black are Acting U. S. Senator, W.
gro quarters and many : to contrast with the lighted! and Mrs. Hill, of 1 _

r:, comments were made on the i Geo. B. Hills (
1 II+ ness and orderliness of the The new sign is not only most at- sulting engineer.J. I
!; much different from what is i it' but affords a much better D, Ingraham, General :
'' expected in a colored labor of advertising the shows. AgentF. E. C. Ry. I
i t' the recreation hall a hot : Russell Kay, Tampa, '
I L was served after which the : \\' TO HOLD REGULAR the Florida. State Press !

once more boarded the buses MEETING TONIGHT AT INN and widely known
} tinue the trip around the er.
I A. short stop was made The Kiwanis Club postponed their' F. A. Kennedy of the
i Belle Glade prison farm weekly meeting from Wed- ,of Agriculture, Washington.O.
200acre field of sugar cane night until tonight (Friday) F. King,
I ing harvested to be made j week because of the dance and riculture of Conhecticut.
for use by state Wednesday. Sen. Win. H. King of
L .r 70,000 gallons produced. An interesting program is prom- O. H. and W. J.
The next stop was at with a prize to',be awarded to brokers, of New York.
; Experimental Station at nimrod who can tell the best Acting Senator Scott M. :
t where .Dr. Daane and his concerning experiences of the Florida. ,
corps of assistants hunting season. Claude Lee, Public
'. work being done here. The E. E. Kelly, A. L. Munroe and I. cil for the Sparks Theatre I
talks given were on animal Leydig will be judges of the Harold Hums of the
:- : ry and water table control. I and all speakers are allow- of Florida.
r. : 1 Short stops were made d to avail themselves of any au Prew Savoy, council for
i SorUh Bay and Miami !!! I from Baron Munchausen on partment of Agriculture, !

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': Few the Equal of This Those That Tried

BRISBANETHIS Failures are facts that \J
; a Daring Thrill Seeker prove a
,, man has at least actually tried to
; be successful.If .
WEEK Cunsi&nt Alejandro Siemel of South Amer- you want to make your friend
". ica hunts huge jaguars in the happy instead of seeking to have
? ------ depths of Brazil's Xarayes him make
you happy, that's the
f: One Big Catch marshes, armed as a rule only true gold.Always.
with a To date he has
spear. ,
War Comes Closer IN REVIEW slain more than a hundred of these be sure your friends can
More Houses Needed vicious cats. Every kill he makes grant the favor before you ask it;

Would Not Eat Ladies ends a duel to the death. then there won't be the pain and
byCdajaJwLUJfii embarrassment of refusal.
Siemel uses a six-foot spear witha
President interrupting
Admitting our faults is half
;. his journey to attend to official Western Newspaper Union. strong razor-edged blade. Thereis to way
r'. a crosspiece at the base of the correcting them; but the laziest
; rbusiness did little -
: a Trade Leaders Ask That ditions easier for John L. Lewis' blade to prevent an impaled jag- half. .
fishing from a committee on industrial organization We always feel great admiration
whale boat off Work Relief Be Ended uar from reaching the man. Grip-
to unionization of steel for those clever
promote people who can
ping medieval Sie
Port-of-Spain. It THAT work relief as adminis- coal and textile workers accord- weapon, mend
mel receives the charging animalon something when we breakit.
was poor fishing, ,by the federal govern- ing to the industrial union plan. .
but the Presidentdid ment be gradually discontinued is the blade. In that split-second
he tries to pierce heart wind- Everyone remembers what a
not complain; the recommendation of the board of or
he caught some- United States J. E. Davies Appointed pipe.=H.C.Foster in Cosmopolitan. worse great man for his says.reputation So much for con-the

thing worth whileon Chamber of Com- I Ambassador to Russia sistency.

election dayto merce. The board E. DAVIES
catch fortysixout adopted a report of *- lawyer of Washington, has l&LdPhi1k Don't Live for Less

of a possible a committee headedby served the Democratic party in various Never allow yourself to'live for

forty-eight fish is John W. O'Learyof ways for many years and has anything less than your highest
good fishing. Chicago which contributed liberallyto SzyAIs : ideal. If you do, you will deterio-
r Europe and held that the work its campaignfunds rate.

Asia, seem to.. .begetting relief "proves in operation and now he AU friendships between men are
a -little- to fall far has been rewarded. That Perfection based on the fact that the two are

II'R." -.. Arthur Brisbane closer' to war, although I short of its purposes< President Roosevelthas a 6Y.i,s S'ly Perfection does not consist in somehow happy in each other's

many wise ones think it stillI' and to create new appointed him company.
gt'Fr "'=' doing singular things; but it does
Poise is
far off. ; Aprobl ms. something that keepsone
American ambassador
consist in
? Germany admits willingness J. W. O'Leary "The committee," to Soviet Russia, singularly well.doing common things from speaking too suddenly..

: side with Japan in a fight against said the report, "does not propose to succeed WilliamC. No two men are exactly alike;j:
I':: bolshevism. Practical Stalin, man, sudden and instantaneous stoppage. Bullitt, who was The sophisticated person finds and universal democracy can't

of few words, tells Japan what he Those, gradual steps should be taken transferred to the little to enjoy. Everything is old overcome it.Selfexpression.

:' thinks of her pact with Germany by which are always essential when adjustments Paris embassy.Mr. to him. is seldom as
,, :: .: refusing to renew a treaty that pert have to be. made upon a Davies whose A man who knows that his hard- beautiful as selfcontrol.Sum r
:; mits Japan to fish in Russian waters considerable scale. wife. ships made the best part of his total of knowledge gained
the former
r: ', off the coast of eastern Siberia. "There is at present danger that, Mrs. is Marjorie Post J. E. Davies character may not want his son from century to century makes
: to have hardships. men wiser; and that's about all.
is work for
r; That fishing privilege vitally ceasing to have unem- Hutton, heiress of the big Post cere-
f-: ,: important to the feeding of Japan's ployed persons as its function, this al fortune, is a native of Wisconsinand -

:' surplus millions, increasing at the activity will undertake replacesome practiced law in that state until ,e rrl +>3i+/1F.1'SM1r ,.,y a .+, r ,+ tijsrr

::" rate of one million new Japanese of the functions of private en- 1913, when he went to Washington. -

I' : every year.Langdon terprise in advancing recovery. He was chairman of the fed-
: There can be no substitute for private Sy, r
eral trade commission under Presi-
::':, Post, New York's com- enterprise in the developmentof dent Wilson in 1915-16, and was
q' missioner of housing, tells the American improved economic conditions." .
taken along by Wilson as an eco- p I ,6; ts c' ::1' :. c '
_c Federation of Labor that a These live general conclusionsfrom
nomic adviser to the Versailles con- .
:",, great national shortage of houses its study were set forth by ference. Before that he had servedas q- : ', -
exists, because there has been no the committee: western manager of Wilson'scampaign

building. New York City, especially,. Experience has demonstrated the and as secretary of the

'f't:,' is in a bad way, according to Mr. difficulty of attempting to obtain accurate Democratic national committeeand ; ,a

:' Post; there the shortage in housing figures on unemployment he was offered in 1918 the am- '
"may have tragic consequences." through census methods. dv
bassadorship to Russia, to Italy and
T" Estimates of unemployment on the governorship of the Philippines.He 4 hty
That is good news for the build' national basis are necessarily inac- declined, however, so he could >t

':; ing trades, and temporarily good curate and lend themselves to exag run for the United States senate I-J

; news for landlords; they will not geration. from Wisconsin. He was defeated.He .
t:: overbuild. As usual, politicians will Projects of work relief should not was active during the recent

( seize the opportunity to raise taxes, be allowed to take, the place in any campaign, serving on the advisory
J ? and presently money lenders will degree of established agencies for committee at Democratic
f be once more selling real estate un'r performance of government func- in New York. headquanters O The Vegetable Fat in Jewel is given remarkable shortening

j foreclosures. tions. properties by Swift's special blending of it with other bland cooking fats.

r Life is a brief game of seesaw Projects of work relief should not
Jewel Special-Blend actually makes lighter,more tender baked foods,and
-now up, that js prosperity; then be permitted 'to compete in any de- Spanish Rebels Recognizedby .
than the costliest of plain all-vegetable shortening.
faster types
,' down, that is depression. The budget gree with private enterprise for Italy and Germany

l: is not the only thing that needs workers, skilled or unskilled, and ]MUSSOLINI and Hitler threw

:: balancing.Our should be so conducted as to en- LVJEurope into of alarm
spasms t/k
courage workers to seek private by suddenly calling into session the rql fl1il7E!! ;f1

neighbor, Nicaragua, well ad- employment.It ministerial councils. Italy and
vanced in modern intelligence, establishes is evident that further advancein causing them to rec-
a military flying school, business activities will requirethe ognize formally the Knowledge to Live Useful Knowledge

orders fighting planes from the Unit- services in private enterprise of Fascist governmentof Education's principal use is to 1 Knowledge' of our duties is the

ed States, hires a first-class instructor. persons now on work relief at pub- Gen. Francisco help men and women master the most useful part of philosophy.

There is progresss everywhere, lic expense. Franco as the legal art of good living. Whately.

and you realize it when you read in government of war-
chapter 26 of Westermarck's "TheN Divided Court Upholds torn Spain. It was

Origin and Development the Mo Work Insurance LawN taken for granted
ral Ideas": that Austria and
state's unemployment O
In ancient Nicaragua women were insurance law was up- Hungary would follow -

held unworthy to perform any duty held by an equally divided United suit. ''Maj. Ramon -
in connection with the and Franco brother
temples, States -
Supreme court, Justice Har-
were immolated outside the temple lan Fiske Stone being absent on of the Spanish in-
ground of the large sanctuaries and uen. franco chieftain
account of illness and taking no surgent ,
even their flesh was unclean food for part in consideration of the case. had been in Rome and probably Everyone Needs Vitamin B

the high priest, who accordingly ate. I, There was no formal opinion and informed II Duce that the general, for Keeping Fit.* Stored so
only the flesh of males. whose attacks on Madrid were meet- 6 tiNyr
no announcement of the lineup of 3 ; Quaker OatsO
Richly In
What a jump from a civilizationin the court. ing with unexpected resistance, Mi
which the high priest would not In the might lose the war unless he were O No matter what your age or your
eat ladies that had been slaughteredto action opinion has of wide legal implications experts thecourt's given active support by the nations r" y V ; work the Dionne,you can Quins.profit from the case of

a modern air school in which affecting not only state employment that sympathized with his cause. .. For doctors say that nervousness,
young Nicaraguan women, once ex- insurance and other social Mussolini and Hitler did not immedi- s constipation,, poor appetite, which
cluded from the temples, will be allowed tion, but also the administration'ssocial legisla- ately announce that they'vould quit "' p x s result strike at when young diets and lack old, a ulikc sufficient, often:

to fly planes and learn howto security program. the international agreement for in- \ amount of the precious Vitamin B.
release bombs! tervention in Spain. 41 t Quaker Oats contains abundance.
of this great protective food element. ..
C. I. O. Unions to Remain Great Britain and Russia were Thac'swhyadaitybreakfilScofQutker. ..,
Schumann Heink, artist of the stunned by the action of the two t Oats does us all a world of good.
operatic stage, and a fine exampleto Suspended by A..F. of L. dictators and cabinet meetings were So order by name from your grocers .

all women, is dead at seventy- t) Y A vote of 21,679 to 2,043 the hurriedly called The British are today.
L* convention of the American determined note to be drawn into --+ '' ,'3 .Wher,poor condition is due to
five.Young lack of Vitamin B.
ladies who say "I can't Federation of Labor approved the the Communist-Fascist conflict but
have children because I must havea action of the executive council in they believe that Italy and Ger-

career," and sometimes have suspending the ten union that are many, especially the former, have fi ..LEp'

neither, please observe that Mme. with John L. Lewis in his Com- designs in the Mediterranean that

Schumann Heink had "a magnificent mittee for Industrial Organization would peril Britain's seaway to the

artistic career and many children movement. However the convention I Orient and are preparing to meet

also, including two boys killedin accepted the advice of President any such threat. Russia's reactionwas

the big war, and one on a sub- Green and voted to renew the coun- awaited breathlessly, and the I INTERLUDE By GLUYAS WILLIAMS I IG1VMfil
marine, who survived. cil's offer to talk peace with the soviet government was being pro-
rebel unions and to give the council voked still further by the fact that

Colombia has written a new con- power to call a special federation General Franco declared a block- u CCopjrlglit,1931-.by The Bell ByndlaU.Inc.) .

stitution, authorizing its govern- convention and expel the rebels if ade of the port of Barcelona, cap-

ment, among other things, to con- peace negotiations fail. ital of the almost independent prov- : .
fiscate private property without ince of Catalonia. This move certainly C"
paying the owners. Conservative Labor Wants More Moneyfor was made to stop the landingof

citizens of Colombia call that "com : La Follette Inquiry munitions and food from Russia 1JfcJJ

munistic," which seems hardly an it was figuring what to destined for the Spanish loyalist TmMKs its -TIME SOME or FOR KO"ARfiOJL&R REASON Sc :NfS POSSIBILITIES OF FiJrt .
exaggeration.More WHILE the matter of the forces. England, France and other THESE AMI'S Of HIS SOPPED PlKS HAND 10 MOtKrt. AON< AS AlWfS.! RUSH FORWARD
sus- nations were greatly concerned over IUM'I'Ib MD PAID A irrtie SEES HM AND SHRIEKS HE'S.AND RLYREMS) FAWHER.::
pended C. I. O. unions, the American the blockade, for the port is largely t'1'EN1'IOH 10 )pIM SWA WING SOME1'I-IIHG )DID Of CRJf4
pay increases bonuses Federation of Labor in
more conven-
more distribution of accu- tion at Tampa dealt with a number used by their shipping. The, Spanish ,
rebels have created forti- '
a strongly
mulated surplus by big corporations. :>f other topics. Among these was (?\
fied port at Palma on the island of .; 'e
Sixty five thousand workers in the adoption of a report of the com-
textile and shoe industries learn mittee on legislation demanding of Mallorca that can be used as a .
base for bombardment of Barce-
that they are to have Christmas congress additional appropriationsfor lona from the KEEPS HIS/ ARMS AND LESS &V COMB1NIN6 FORCES AUMfS IMMtV1A1'El'l' BECOME SURE
bonuses and better wages. the special senatorial subcommittee sea. WJ.IRl.n/6 PRClfrN1 N6 AlJN1'S HOLD HM SfilL. LON'rtloJv,", HE HAS SWALLOWED OWECT, AMP I
investigating violations of Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden FROM FXPLORJX6' HIS MOUfrtfc '10 FIND] HE: HAS NOfHlNS\ IN SfARf" COUNTS PINS fIND 15\fo\)
civil liberties. This told the house of commons that British '/ SEE WHW HE'6 6Cff IN rf HIS MOU1N Colas 1'D SEE 1'JoI'1': Alt ARE 14EE '
Two young female geniuses, group, headedby ..:
Misses Fanny Hurst and Agnes Replier -' La Follette of Wisconsin, has ships on the high seas would be .,,,'"",..,
disagree about book writing. confined its investigations almost protected against interference by r t ,- : '.< ;!
wholly to activities of employers in either side in the Spanish war. I
Agnes Repplier says it is "peril- __ OJ. ": ,::" : .
ously easy"; Fanny Hurst says no, combating unions or in protecting According to the loyalist govern- r ) \51 ;'u: '
it is hard. their plants against mob violence ment, sbmarines"either! Italian mY. .,'
Publishers say all depends, during strikes. or German," attacked Spanish gov- -
kind on the Officials of detective agencies that ernment warships at the entranceto IS MIDDLE OF COUNT SfARfcgVMKASfiCS 1 iH/EHfOR(/ S COMPLETED AT REftRrtS COMfEftfEPLV: 10
of books
you write and the MAMKSttoM6E61N !( LAS1', WHW ALL PlNS/ AND'P1JWltlG Witrt 1&ES: REaECf-
brain you have. supply guards for industrial plants the Cartagena harbor and torpe- AU OVER AGAIN 5\Jf1'otls'PRESET AM ACIN'6 I HOW S.W. if IS 1C'>tflK/
St King Features Syndicate luo. assert the real purpose of the La doed the cruiser Miguel de Cervantes. (A1h t'EI> fOR.) Mifa SI6H itf mifF UP'A LITTLE E7CCI1EMrrt1'THE }
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I. UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL ;;:::: CHILE'S CAPITAL.r : DO NOT despise. your work. Feel Right at Home

Do it well. Be a whole man :-
\, : I I\><: '. .. ....._ __...... to it while you are at it. Is- "Steak and spuds," rasped out
u "'< .
I SUNDAY Lesson : : : :: : rael's great men did not think it the famished" customer.
:' "Yes sir said the
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rl'1". '... -"" .. .:. .. beneath them to inspect their how about lamb and "
'; chops peas?
H HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST I flocks. The patriarchs were '
bean "No, I want steak.
of the Moody Bible Instituteof '" shepherds and cultivators of the
Chicago. "How about nice beef "
some ?
Western Newspaper Union. soil. Job was a shepherd. Moses "
"No; steak, said the customer.
was a shepherd. David looked
"Crab salad, or
perhaps our
well after his flocks. Gideonwas
pork pie?" smiled the other."I .
December 6
Lesson for accosted by God when he ordered steak-"
:'5"" was threshing wheat. A great
Just then the inter-
PAUL'S PARTING COUNSELS L.J r. rf and noble life does not dependon vened. manager -

rank or place, but on pur-
6:6.16 II Timothy "What is all this nonsense, waiter -
LESSON TEXT-I Timothy ; pose, faith love, character and "
4:16-18. ; service.-John Clifford, D. D. ? he asked. "I distinctly heard
GOLDEN TEXT-I have fought a good this gentleman say steak."

tight I have finished my course I have kept "That's all right, sir," repliedthe
the faith. U Timothy 4:7. Habits: Cobwebs then cables. waiter. "He's my barber.-

PRIMARY TOPIC-Paul's Last Letter. Everybody's.learn .
JUNIOR TOPIC-Paul Awaits the Great I


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I YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC Be Family Heirloom linens-tea cloth, scarf,

Transmitting the Gospel Heritage. Three Horses Pull the Santiago Cart. I buffet set or pillow. In pattern
5658 you will find complete instructions -

The apostle Paul was an examplein Prepared by the National Geographic Society.Wl1shlnJ'ton. was forced to abandon his rock- for making the square

many things, and not the least D. C.-WNU Service. bound citadel and dwell ever afterin shown; an illustration of it, of the

r important of these is the manner in metropolis and cap- the valley below. stitches needed; material require-

: which he was constantly on the lookout SANTIAGO is seen to great- It was not until 1872 that work ments.
for who by the call by climbing to
young men was begun on transforming this To obtain this pattern send 15
of God would take the summit of Santa Lucia
and blessing up
of rock into cents in
once rugged mass a stamps or coins (coins
the ministry. He realized hill which rises out of the heartof
gospel ,
magnificent hanging park, for preferred) to The Sewing Circle
that there was much to be done and the city much as the Acropolis is which level Buenos Aires might Household Arts Dept. 259 West
that if the Lord tarried he and his encompassed by Athens.
I'A. freely offer a million cattle or a Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y.
'; I co-workers would pass on, and the Let us climb up to the pavilion, season's garnering of wheat. It was

work must needs be carried for- built perilously on top of the rocks.At then that Don, Benjamin Vicuna

: ward by younger men. our feet lies a community of a Mackenna began its transformation.Public .

Not only did he seek out such half million souls, dwelling for the and private munLicence DDSCOVE ED .

young men but ,he "followed most part in oneand two-story alike have shared in its embellishment -

through," giving them encourage- houses. But for the moment we and today it is a mass of lux- Way to Relieve CoughsQIJIICLY
instruction and opportunitiesfor have for the beauties of
no eyes uriant vines, blossoming trees, and
service. How shortsighted is this fair city. To the east rise the Iflowers, with here and there
fails God at this of the Andes. As
the church that mightiest ramparts
glimpses of stairs roadways, cliffs r
point, or which, for the sake of local the clouds drift over the sun, lights and walls towers and battlements IT'S BY relieving both theirritatcd tissues of the
throat and bronchial tubes. One set of ingre.
and present usefulness, hinders and shadows pursue one another chapels and monuments. Flower A bedspread, indeed, to call dicnta in FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR quickly

young men and women from obtain- and one sees the majestic moun- beds and fountains ornament the forth "Oh's" and "All's" is this relieves tickling, hacking, coughing coats
and soothes irritated throat linings to keep you
ing the needed training for Chris- tains in marvelous moods. one, crocheted from humble
many terraces; trees, shrubs, and over- from coughing. Another set actually enters the
tian service. The fields are white Morning, noon, and evening they hanging vines border the drivewaysand string. See not one, but two loosens blood, reaches phlegm,the helps affected break bronchial up cough tubes and,'

unto harvest but the laborers are present different aspects; but per- promenades. Here are dancing charming patterns, one a basket, speeds recovery. Check a cough duo to a cold
still few. Let us pray them out and haps one's'' favorite memory of restaurants with the, other floral, are included in before it gets worse before others catch it..
pavilions, pictur- Check it with FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR.It
help them on their way. them is when the shades of eveningare esque nooks and balconies, and pattern 5658. One is as easy to gives quick relief and speeded-up recovery

Our lesson centers around the gathering. A blue haze veils rustic seats for those who wish to
counsels of Paul to his young friend, the metropolis as the sun sinks be-
enjoy a view of the city, valley, and
Timothy. Written near the end of hind the horizon, and multihued mountains from such a charming Bacteria Attacks Unprotected Areas .

his life, the letters are filled with shadows climb higher and higherup I
vantage ground. of Meat--Expert Explains Way to be
all the sweet earnestness of his the sides of the mountains until I

great soul._ They present four important finally only the white crests of the I Avenue of the Delights. Sure Meats Will Keep Thru Summer

truths which merit the care- loftiest summits are left. in light. ,. From Santa Lucia we wander up

ful attention of every Christian, :and: At length they, too, must surren- the Avenue of the Delights and appreciate -

even more particularly of ,the der the glory of the sun's light, and the enthusiasm of the San- By S. Eugene Colgin cidness, usually near the bone. It is I

Christian worker.I. : one's eyes turn back to the scene tiaguino for his capital's major thor- I have smoked more than two billion a bacteria, shown here through the

The Gain of Godliness (I Tim. below-a vast city wrapped ir. dark- oughfare. For here one may see pounds of meat. On my father's microscope's eye. And photo "C"*
6:6-8), ness, but glittering with its tens of not only an imposing array of beautiful farm 30 years ago I discovered shows that pest called the"skIpper

thousands of night jewels, made to statuary, splendid residences, what happened to meat during which is in reality the larva of a
In a world which knows little fly. It lays its eggs on the meat, and
shine by the hydro-electncj engi- and all that makes a morning stroll smoking In the
but the to gain material riches at the first hatch.
urge old smokehouse.Fine warm spell, they
but also find
the melting delightful, one may a
who transmutes
.( we need to emphasize the fact thatit neer, drops of There Is only one known way to
j cross-section of Chilean
is still true that a man is not Andean snows into light. moisture prevent all these troubles. That Is
One turns in another direction and The Alameda is 300 feet wide and appeared -
profited if he gain the whole world on the thorough smoking. Of course everyone -
and lose his own soul. sees on the outskirts of the city 4 miles long. It was General O'Hig- hams and sides. knows how uncertain the old

The great gain of godliness is San Cristobal, a conical mountain gins who banished the river to make y The smoke was"condensing" smokehouse is.Other so-called smok-

that inner fellowship with God springing up from the level plain the city's principal boulevard. Manynew on ing methods, or substitutes for smok-

which brings true contentment of and towering above Santa Lucia, as buildings border it, includingthe them. This led to ing, are likewise risky. How can

spirit.II. the latter rises higher than the cityat splendid National library and my discoverythat you tell whether or not the meat is

its feet. The distant ridges that the famous Club Union. The cen- smoke could thoroughly
The Snare of Riches (I Tim.
separate the valleys of the Mapochoand tral parkway formerly was adorned be condensed, smoked? ButIf
6:9-11). from that of the Acon- and simply you want to
Maipo with four rows of trees-oaks, elms,
The pages of human history are cagua and from the coast, add their acacias, and other varieties. In recent "brushed on" the be SURE your i
full of the names of those who have S.S. COLGIN who meatwillcomethrough
beauties to this. mountain-walled years these have been removedas meatnat undiscovered -
into this of Satan. Sad the
fallen trap told hours of s1t
Eden. .
a military precaution.The ,
to say, not a few of them have been backbreaking labor FIGARO Condensed hot summer
Christian leaders. Striking Architecture of the City. Alameda is Chile's "Hall of Smoke has saved since then I months sweet

Notice that it is not the money Santiago itself is a city of in- Fame," not encompassed ly four Years of research, since, have revealed and4whole-
numerable domes and spires, which walls, but placed in the capital's some and eat-
itself, or the amount of it that con- what really causes meat to I
: stitutes the danger. It is the desire join with the few skyscrapers of most frequented promenade, where spoil. Note photograph "A." This is able, brush every !i

or the "mind to be rich and "the the downtown district, the imposing the birds sing and the children frol- what..--- the eye" of-- the---- microscope i square >a. f

I j ( love of money" that "ls a root of railroad stations, and the great ic, and where the stories of sculptured sees when focused on that old H

+' all evil." Hence Paul's admonition arched arcades to give diversity to .marble and bronze inspire the I enemy, green mold. Mold is a !

its skyline. On the city's outskirtsare multitude to patriotism and cour- i.t
I I comes to each one of us .to "flee the hippodrome, perhapsone age. Here is a stately monumentin Tj ?fr: :' ; '' -\; = t '
and follow after new %
I ; i r.: these things right- \ fI\f inch with FIG- I I
s eousness, godliness, faith, love, patience of the world's most beautiful memory of Don Jose de San .; i AHO Condensed ;

: meekness." What a sermonin racing plants; the Cemetery Gen- Martin, the Washington of South V tJ .a! Smoke. It pene- I.

I ;' a dozen words! eral; and the famous Parque Cou- American freedom.A ': .t _ot )>i !positively i
sino and the Quinta Normal. few blocks beyor.d the Alameda, i:. prevents :j
i III. The Fight of Faith (vv. 12-16). --:9F'---
with the business district inter- ,,'
Past and present mingl. strikingly a:. skip.perst mold,
1 Christianity is not only an inward in the capital. Here rises the vening, is the Plaza de Armas, once ( > .: .{ rancidness, or drying out of the

( grace which reflects in "godliness tower of the Franciscan monasteryfrom the center of the open-air social [. ..b" .A meat. And It costs only one-third of

i with contentment" and in fleeing which sounded the bells of the life of the capital. Even today thereare "fungus"; technically not a bacteria, a cent per pound I Your dealer has

I I the snare of riches, but it is a daily curfew in days colonial, and there certain evenings of each week but its action is similar. This para- It, or can get it, in two sizes32oz.

fighting of the good fight of faith. the steel-framed building of the when a large proportion vf Santiago site attacks the'surface of the meat. I (enough for 500 lbs.), $1.50; and 16-

It is imperative that there be "a commercial district. The cloister- wanders there to see and to be Photo "B" shows the cause of ran- oz.(enough for 250 Ibs.),$1.00.-Adv.

I .' good confession" (v. 12), coupled constructed houses, with their open seen. On one side of the square is
with a keeping of God's "command- the cathedral another the
patios, red-tiled roofs, and stuccoed on post
t ment without spot, without reproach office and of-
walls, are overshadowed by the government telegraph
until the appearing of our fices. FgGARO CO
, I. 1 Lord Jesus Christ." brick and marble palaces which THE DALLASTEX.
share the blocks with them and Promenade of-- Youth.
I The servant o' Christ, in view of Manufacturers of Smoke Products
radiate architectural
which the spirit -
the coming of the One who is "the There are walks around and
r King of Kings and Lord of Lords," of France and America. through the Plaza, and during the FIGARO Condensed Smoke-Barbecue Smoke Sauce-Sausage Seasoning
base of Santa
Stretching past the
t is to live a consistent, clean, and evening promenade these are
Lucia is that .
magnificent avenue
crowded with -
irreproachable life people on pleasure
officially known as the Avenida de Wisdom of Age Different Goals
bent always moving in two lines.
IV. A Divine Deliverance (II Tim. las Delicias but called the I uwisdom is Ambition keeps
popularly Round and round they go, lovely Most of the of age" I some men go-
4:16-18). Alameda. It is, as its name pro- young girls walking with their duennas caution. ing, and revenge others.

"All forsook; me," says Paul. claims, truly the "Avenue of the and the handsome young
How tragic! How weak and unde- Delights." Once the Mapocho river hIERE'S
men, in their clothes of latest cut, a let down at the
pendable is the arm of flesh! "But ran down a part of its length, but
usually in the members of I
the Lord stood by me." How glori- the city planners gave to this groups ( end of the day; your chest
each line undisguisedly lookingover
ous! How mighty and gracious is stream an artificial channel, and and assessing the members of tightens up; your cold feels.

our God! thus converted a river bed into a worse.
the other.In
The follower of Christ may find beautiful thoroughfare.On spite of the watchful eyes of Stir up circulation, open the

himself without a human friend or a charming terrace stands the the mothers who bring their daughters pores, ease the tightness with

I supporter. Those, who stood by in statue of Pedro de Valdivia, sur- to the promenade, which usually 9 the positive congestionrelieving -

! I younger and more successful days rounded by flower beds in which takes place on Thursday, Satur- action of Penetro. Made
I have disappeared. But let the most beautiful blossom., of
may us Chile day, and Sunday evenings, Cupid with mutton suet, and con
remember that our trust is in God exude their fragrance to the mem- seems to find the Plaza a delightful YOUR CHEST with PENETRO of concentrated
I who has never failed any one of his ory of the hero it commemorates.The haunt. taining plenty
m children. "He abideth faithful, he inscription tells us that "The BEFORE YOU GO TO BEDJJIjflVAjTfr medication, stainless, snow-
The cathedral stands on the site
cannot deny himself." (II Tim. valiant Captain of Estremadura, which Valdivia appointed fOl the white Penetro helps nature to

2:13). first governor of Chile, in this very erection of Chile's first 'church. literally "lift" that cold pressure off your chest.

spot encamped his band of 150 conquerors New size 35c, contains twice as much as the 25c
Worship and PrayersIt December 13, 1540." Across the city from the Plaza de size. Larger sizes 60c and $1.00 Trial size lOc
Armas is the Parque Cousino the
is for the sake of man, not of I Beautiful Hanging Park.It Central park of Santiago. It, is At all druggists. For free sample of Penetro.

God, that worship and prayers are NE1R O write Dept. SI, Memphis, Tenn.
J was from the top of Santa. about a mile long and half a mile

required better ; that that man he may be be made Lucia, with its sharp cliffs and steep :. wide, greer with eucalyptus, aca- Relieve watery head colds with Penetro Nose Drops.

may con- slopes, that Huelen-Huala, surrounded cias, poplars, magnolias, and myr- Just two drops In each nostril and then BREATHE.BUB .
firmed in a proper sense of his by a gorgeous retinue of chiefsin tle and a great variety of shrubs,

dependent state, and acquire those full regalia, had been accus- vines and grasses. Here and there

pious and virtuous dispositions in tomed to issue his decrees to his are charming little lakes and love-

which his highest improvement con people before the coming of the ly flower beds. It. the center is a

sists. Spaniards. Now vanquished, he parade ground.

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and mumbles somethln' about the I made that it would provide $1,500- slid: i

Clewiston News Christian Mission. When I tried to 000 or more annually for establish- Roosevelt: I 1 .4\J.Jf"\ ....................................'.........................................._..._.. h... .
pin him down and get' him to tell ment of waterfowl refuges in the Garner: I 1 2 -,

in Clewistoi me where this mission was located United States. Ttotal sales for the Landon: I 0 2 1 II Ii 0
Published Friday ,
Florida, by every the CLEWISTON NEWS, and who was ruunln' it, he gets all first two years combined, however, Knox: I 0 2 1 2 Good Farm
jittery and beats it, overlookin' all amounted to but 1,050,311.The -Palm Beach Times. : !
best to rid of restrictive I i
the other customers in the place.There's way get -
no tellin' how much dough legislation, against which some : I I I ,
Keathley: .Bowden, Editor these fakers collect, but opeiatin' duck hunters are complaining, is to :
under the cloak of religion and sweet get rid of the shortage of ducks i

charity they prey on an unsuspectin' which make such legislation advis- I
Entered as second class mail matter public and believe me they knock able. Il those who have been hunting I
February '1, 1927, at the Post 'em loose for plenty. I clucks will take it easy for a few

Office in Clewiston, Florida' UndEr! Dm in' the world war the Salvation years,* as many of them apparentlyare :
the Act of March 3, 1897. Army made good with the the supply will be tremendously I

doughboys and was one organizationthey increased and the restrictions can I
I know plenty of be raised.-Sanford Herald.
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. all swear by.
fellows who were fed hot coffee
Advertising. 'rates on application. the I
and free doughnuts in France and SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS: t
have never forgotten it and becauseof CONFERENCE HELD AT MANSE : I

Devoted to the advancement and the fact they have a warm spotin :
welfare of Clewiston and Hendrj: their hearts for the Salvation A conference of Sunday School I I II II

C< unty. Army and when a girl comes along workers of the Community Church j
I with a tambourine they dig downin was held at the manse Monday even- I
their pockets and contribute to ing following a delicious supper pre- :
The harvest season is on! the last dime. pared by a committee headed by Mrs.R. .l'i I

The unfortunate part of it is, a lot N. Smith and Mrs. A. R. Broad- I

At last we have a theater sign that of 'em dig down without checkin' foot. Ann Pafford and Barbara ,

one can see as he drives by without up and today thousands of dollars Broadfoot assisted with the serving -

wrecking his car. I that are intended for the Salvation i i 1j
Army are goin' into fake tambour- Mrs. A. W. Lawrence made a re-

It was a great celebration and one ines waved around by racketeers who port of the Sunday School workers
which will not soon be forgotten have no more connection with that meeting which she recently attended'
either by the home folks or the vis- worthy institution than Christopher in Fort Myers as 'a delegate.

itors. Columbus, and I for one am gettin'. Ways and means of heating the
tired of it. Sunday School on cold days was discussed i
Many of the Kiwanis members Now I'm not sayin' that some of and provisions made for I '

should be right in. their element In these imitation organizations are not heating.

the tall story". contest to be held doin' good. On the contrary, some of Interesting reports were given by II.

tonight. 'em probably are, and the money they the heads of the various departments' ,

collect is put to use helpin' the un as follows: Cradle roll, 1\Irs."I. M.: ,

And now there are only seventeenmore fortunate. But what I'm cryin aboutis Pafford; Primary, Mrs. A. W. Law i i
shopping days. Remember to I the way they're gettin' if. In dress rence and Mis. A. W. Sias; Intermediate -:I,

look at.home first before going and action they copy the Salvation R. N. Smith and Mrs. D. J. ,

elsewhere to buy.A Army: and they know that the bulkof Williams; Junior, Mrs. B. E. Herring .
the folks who contribute honestly and Adult by Capt. M. M. Prew-'! ... K i 4S.t'tf i. m; '. .'. : ;

festival of the sort held here believe they are supportin' the itt. I S

this week is needed every once in Army, and they" go right on ahead Christmas plans committees were II There Is A Difference
a while in ever town. Its remark- and let 'em think it. appointed to stage the church's I : ,
So in' how it works and
able how much good it does in get- : see easy Christmas program and tree which '
ting a. town cleaned up. what suckers folks are, a lot of high- will be held on Wednesday evening, I FERY.ILYZER "
ackers have gotten so bold that they December 23. Members of the com

Unless the news photographershave don't even try to impersonate, they mittees are as, follows: Program, I It's Not What's on the tag
just get 'em a tambourine and start Mrs. M. R. _
done her a gross injustice Lawler and Mrs. M. M. : .
workin' and find it is a lot easier Prewitt and they to pick such other ;i4:
we'd say that Mrs. Wally Simpson'sface But What's In The Bag. :J' '
than robbin' banks or porch climbin'. .'
would come nearer stopping a members as they need; Tree and decorations / '. '
clock than wrecking an empire. Of course if you want to throw : R. N. Smith's class of } l"<. .
your dough away and pass it out to boys to have charge of the tree and Special Brands For ''..:';': '. "

Clewiston may well challenge any any bird who comes around with a Mrs. Williams' class' of girls the de : .
town of its size in the country 10 tambourine, I suppose that's your corations. Treats: Mis. I. M. Paf- MUCK SOIL ': ;

. show when a group of public officialsas business, but personally, I'M ford,' Chairman, Mrs. A. W. Sias, :-. '.. .
'large as that which visited here THROUGH.I've Mrs. A. WL' Lawrence, Mrs. A. R. PEARCE FERTILIZER & ;

was ever assembled in their com- put a lot of nickles, dimes and I Broadfoot and Mrs. R. N. Smith.' .
munity. We don't believe that it can quarters in tambourines and I expect Those attending the 'meeting were 1 '. 0 .SUPPLY CO. '

be done to put a few more in, but before Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mr.: and I \t! : I Fort Myers, Fla. _
I do, I'm gonna make sure they Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mr.: and Mrs B'I' .

Those who arranged the displayof are legitimate and that the moneyis E. Herring, Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams 1.. Save money by buying direct from .. / .
home grown vegetables in the lobby goin' where I intend it to go, to Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, .
of the Inn Wednesday did a nice the Salvation Army. F. M, Wright, Dr. J. W. Ezelle, I. factory. < :.. >; :'
job. There was 'a choice collection Until these other folks adopt their D. Leydig, 'Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mis. A.

of almost every kind of vegetable own distinctive uniform and do theircollectin' \v. Lawrence, Miss Mary Markette, RGt B.. WALDRON '

disp:ayed with the sugar products.And with milk bottles or paper Miss Marion Leydig, Mrs. Delozier,
the souvenir art photographs plates or somethin' and carry credentials Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot. Factory Representative ", ',
presented by the teach that satisfy me they're on I ..
sugar company Box 1 127 LaBelle Fla. .
the level and not tryin' to lead / .
of their visitors were beauti- me ARITHMETIC : .:.
ful stray, I'm off of 'em for life. "
and will be treasured long by -- : : ;.
those who received them. Somebody has fixed up the follow-

DUCK HUNTING RESTRICTIONS ing to indicate what the winners memt 1 .ql t g r-f 3

gC15A6n auDD HEliirynRnB 13H6iEJ One of the most noticeable resultsof

the recently enacted federal duck I

Too Late To Classify tamp. law, under which all duck '
hunters have to purchase license :

By 'RJusell Kay stamps, has been the tendency of the Clewiston Chamber of Commerce'

hunters to turn from ducks to other

,m CrHi';crnaUIgpr: : n tnlt'nnHnnnll1.: d I birds and game. -

Over 200,000 duck hunters either "
I don't know whether the Salva- Advertises Your Community ,
quit the sport or failed to purchase -
tion Army ever held a patent on the
"duck stamps" during the 1936() fiscal ..
idea of collectin' in a tambou- '
money year, according to a survey of : It Serves the PublicS .
rine not but if did it < < I :
or they must -r
stamp sales and income expenditures I. ', .< '" x.'/ .. ;>';_ ::
have run out for now it seems that made the N .;."/" .;:, : .. "' .,' '-.':j.-t ..: '. .,,' \ ,. '. "
everybody is doin' it. dation.by More Game Birds Foun- ',.,<.'K":>-. It Serves the Community > :>(.,<. ". "" '.' '

Now the Salvation Army is ":
one '. '
Records of the post office department (
organization I'm strong for and it ,
just made available reveal that : "
It Serves YOU
just\ naturally burns me up to see but S .
424,970 of the migratory bird
all these chislers musclin' in on their '
hunting stamps were sold during the t-
jacket Thousands of visitors will come to Florida this year, drawn to the State"by the gigantic.
twelve months ending June 30th last
Fir several years in larger towns
as compared with 635,344 during program setting forth Florida advantages. How ma'ny of these visitors will come to Clewiston? \
and even some of the smaller ones, .
the 1935 fiscal year. Whether this

resent folks representing some trick religious or claimin' to rep drastic slump in sales is continuing These visitors will! learn that here they may. view the great Government Flood Control "a**:::,:::
organization V-w'
during ,the present duck hunting season .- -: :'' '
have been anklin' around &hakin' probably will not be definitely work, the 20,000,000 levee and Flood Control gates. Here also. may be viewed Lake Okeechobee .:<:' '::

Some tambourines of 'em wear under costumes our or noses.uniforms -I known until after the close of thedepartment's the largest' inland water lake in the State. This territory embraces the most fertile agricultural ;-' w9 i
current fiscal year next -d j-'
patterned after the SalvationArmy summer section in the world and the largest single industry in the State of Florida. Unexcelled .'>n *a
and nine out of ten people who .
drop a coin in the plate honestly .believe and The increasing slump is attributed restrictive to hunting-new fishing and hunting abounds in the Everglades. The Clewiston Chamber of Commerce can bring ...;t

they are contrihutin' to the Sal- ,
regulations these visitors here.
"Little hope is held for r,N
vation Army. And that is just exactly .
modification of these
to believe.what these chislers want them until waterfowl can be increased-restrictions You Need the Chamber ot Commerce '>:f
particularly on the remaining ,
most 'l\
\ i
this has
graft been in haira
my Important breeding grounds in Canada The Chamber of ,Commerce Needs .You <"'"
long time and has had me bitin' ," the Foundation declares. _. : -1:;
my fingernails and gnawin' my lip to '
When the duck law "
stamp became
keep from sayin' anything, but the ,.. .1'
other day when a big .over-grown effective in 1934, predictions, were .< ."., ':, JOIN NOWand ,\ :.

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husky bird in plain everyday citizens
profit by the improved business conditions which will l result from. the increased number of :
clothes and no insignia of any kind I ,

walks into a joint where I'm eatin' visitors to our City. .
lunch and shoves a doggone tambou- : .

rine between me and my bowl of Ed FriersonOn

soup, it was more than. I could stand. I Contact An Officer. of the, Organization Immediately _
The big fourflusher'don't Old Moore haven and '
say a '
Clcuistoii Road ., Aml Become Member:
word he just stands there. shakin' I !
the tiling until I gives him a dirty I
look ..can supply you with ?>
says: Pl'Csid'entELBERT
D.. G. ALSTON, -
"What's the big idea?" .. } / STEWART, Vice-President
"Ji.4t askin' you to help'. out the HOLIDAY J. E. BEARDSLEY, Secretary
rnissicn." he drawls. TURKEYSAll CLAUDE DOWNS, Treasurer
""I i j"" !ilon"? I comes back at him. -

'You're the fannkst look n' missionI Young, Corn anti Chufa Fed The .Clewis't-on Chamber of Commerce
e, P; -,a.Then I asks? him what I ,
mission. I Any Size.

Well ire starts to hem and haw' -

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4 1036
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))1 -.....v.. .............'.....'...................................................................'...0'. dinner for their nephew Jack Moor- received a wall basket. SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS
I_ man, honoring the Senior Class of I Cookies, congealed salad, sand-

t Personal Mention :t_ the local high school. Those who Schoolews wiches and coffee were served to:

were present were: Miss Valrie Suther Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. A. R. Broad-

. Gr ...... .....!............M..N...!Nf ............................................. of West Palm Beach, Miss Ethel: foot, Mrs M. C. Johnson, Mrs. J. W.

" : several daysin Willis, Miss Elva Alston, Miss Flor- Editor ..............______.Ethel Will isAss't Ezelle, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. G.
, f Mrs. W. B. Gate spent i ine Moore, Richard Bestor, George Editor Bernice O'Neal B. Thomas, Mrs. D. T. Alston and

Eustis this week. Bestor, Bob Patterson, and Ed, Clark. I Sports Editor ..... L_LeRoy Have Mrs. M. E. Yenawine.JOHNSONIIAIIBISON. Z:1 Hil Fi.ORIDAStop

I Advisor ....Miss Dorothy Lockhart
Mrs. E. P. Shealey, of Atlahta is I
I. 0 the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kol- DANCE FRIDAY KITE I

' stad. I First Grade Xews- (Moore Haven Democrat)

t Announcements were received
! Miss Mildred Ward entertained, Weekly reading honor roll: Mary ,
and Mrs. I. M. .Pafford and I here this week of the marriage of
: Friday night with a dance honoring Ruth Johnson, Virginia Turner, Ruby -
'f.. children were shoppers in West Miss Lois Hall and P. H. Hall of Ricks, Kim Kolstad, Mary Kath- 'Miss Elizabeth Harbison to Capt. !
Saturday. I I Ben Johnson in Greenville, :Miss., on
; f. Palm Beach Leland, Miss., who are her guests. ryn Dyess, Carliiie Berner, Junior
Saturday, November 7. Um
f.o -- Those who enjoyed the eveningwere I i I Raines, Jack Redish, David Golden I
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg spent : Miss Dorothy Hare, Miss Billie -'and Grant Brewer Capt. Johnson is well known here .
!'I %
I Palm having resided in Moore Haven for'
i Saturday visiting in West Hooker, Miss Bernice Guthrie, I, Second Grade Xews- I
some time before accepting a posi-
if'. Beach. Miss Hazel Prince Miss Christine l!,I Weekly spelling honor roll Harriet I
. tion in :Mississippi a few months ago,
;; I' Bell, Miss Florine Moore, and George i|; Alston, Patricia Bailey, Ruth
, .u>: Mis. H. A. Bestor and Mrs. R. Y. Bestor, Richard Bestor, Judson Francis -,Emrich, Mary Louise Thomas, Lou- He spent a great number of years
in this section as a dredging con-
Patterson spent Saturday in West i Justice Butler, Jack McKenzie, ise Prewitt, William McCracken and &
tractor and boat captain and duringthe _
Y.: Palm Beach. I If' Curtis Willis and Coburn Moore. '! Charles Benbow.
i last few months here was. WPA
Third Grade Ne\\s-
I foreman on local projects.
Mrs. M.( R. Lawler and son, Bobby ELIZABETH AVINN CELEF.JRATES) Weekly spelling honor roll: Shir- The announcements stated that:
West ley Moon, Mamie Trice, Mayme Johnson -
visited with friends in 13TH BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY .
the couple will be at home at 7111
David Belcher, Nora Oglesby, i
Palm Beach Saturday.R. Main Street, Grenada, Mississippi.FOR .
Elizabeth Winn celebrated her Doris Simmons and Esther Brewer. .

M. Hare, Sr., visited with relatives -I thirteenth birthday Wednesday ev- Fourth Grade News- '
Weekly spelling honor roll: Lou- at thefbtGLVattieALI .
in Clewiston over Thanksgiving. ening with a weiner roast at the I RENT-Lake Harbor, four
't'- home of her parents. Many lively] ise Blount, Henry Chapman, Sher-
i( rooms, bath, well, electric lights,
outside games were played after!wood Hall, Edward Ricks, Ralph
half acre ground, suitable for room-
returned which birthday cake and cocoa were Silva,. Elsie Bembry, Marilyn Davis,
Mrs. W. P. Vaughn ing house, beauty parlor. In business
I Doris Poole, Christine Redish and
i Thursday from Louisiana where she served. district. See druggist or write M. I. ,
: I'b. has been visiting since last summer.Mr. I Those who attended were: Ann Sue VonMach. Johnson, 536 Rush St., Chicago, 111. 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll .
i Pafford, Barbara Broadfoot, Rhun-I Fifth Grade New*-- Nov.. 13-20-27, Dec. 4-4t. I

: and Mrs. N. C. Storey of :Miami :elle McGehee, Barbara Smith, June Louise Jacobi, of New Orleans, en- Outside Rooms With
tered the fifth grade Tuesday.
were visitors here Wednesdayand Private Bath
Thursday.F. II Mar-ianne I I Weekly spelling honor 'roll: Eric .

Belcher, Philys'' McLeod, Barbara COOL, CLEAN, QUIET .i
W. I Ii Broadfoot and Marianne Jones. I
A. Parrish, of Princeton, f --:-
visitor here Sixth Grade Nens-- L. B. MershonAGENT Overlooking Biscayne Bay .'.
Va., was a business I Ii (WRIGHTS ENTERTAIN WITH
0' I Elbert Hooker returned to school I
: Two, blocks to Shops, Theatre and
i ,. I Monday after having been absent

! County Agent Louis. Alsmeyer, of I Mr. and Mis. F. M. Wright enter- several days with the "flu". New York Life I Business Section.

I Sebring, attended the celebration tained a number of friends at their Have You Noticed: Insurance

I I here Thursday. home Friday evening with a Mr. Herring without his glasses? Company RATES
t ti supper. Roberta Spicer biting her finger ARCADIA, FLORIDA I

J. J. Cater of the Cater Furniture I Those'who were present spaghet-I nails? i $1.50 Single,
of West Palm Beach! ,
Company Frances Wright put his hand on
'. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Dr. and
was here Thursday. : Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mr. and Mrs. his ear when in deep thought? $2.50 Double

H. A. Bestor, Mr. and Mrs J. W. How LeRoy has grown in the last J. fVL COUSE

li i }lr. and Mrs. A. H. King and Francis, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prew- year? Special Family, Weekly &

I children, Elizabeth and Arthur, were itt'Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mr. and Jimmie Hall when he hears jazz Counselor and Attorney at Law 'Monthly RatesS.

the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs.' W. C. Owen, Mr. arid Mrs. M. piece? Hopkins Building

!.amau'reux in Sebring Thanksgiving. W. Bigg, Capt. and Mrs. 'G...E. Link- Mildred (,Ward when she is' embar- Wednesdays and Saturdays D. McCREARY, ProprietorOur

. -- swiler, H. J. B. Scharnberg, J. W. assed? I
Roberta 9:30 to 4:00
Misa Evelyn Hare, Miss
i Moran and J. J.: Harrington.
Robert George, and
George, Mrs.
George spent Saturday I
Mrs. Gratton
ENTERTAINS .. .. ,._
DUFF Smith
visiting relatives in Fort Myers. Bobby Harry Vaughn, Jean : '1<10 "' ;;''V''' ::" t:

WITH TEA FOR VISITORSMrs. I, Yenawine, Shirley Owen and Glenn

district sales manager t II I Reils. I
I S. L. Munroe,
, i of the Gulf Refining Company ; F. Deane Duff, assisted by interpretation of the fall hair and hat picture-our expres-

of Jacksonville attended the Festival Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, entertained witha BRIDGE CLUB MEETS sion of SculpturedHair to make ;your )hat more flattering. Bruin in
I I here Thursday. tea at her home Wednesday after- WITH :MRS M. R. LAWLERMrs. :
i '( non for the wives of the senators, that new hat and let us style jour hair in the new fall manner.

i Maj. and Mrs. Chauncey Bennett' representatives and other visiting M. R. Lawler entertained her
officials and number of local '
and son, Aubrey, of Gainesville visited a Bridge club Wednesday afternoon at i
Mrs. F. M. Wright friends. Mrs. Duff and ;Mrs. Schiffli '
with Mr. her home on the government reservation. -
met the special train in Port Mayacaand
over the weekend.Mrs. I .
brought: the ladies of the party I I I ,! TURNER'S BEAUTY SHOP
to Clewiston. High score prize, a set napkins,
Hollingsworth and her
C. J. went to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle low
score !
Delicious refreshments Phone 392
Hopkins Building
of Bartow, visitedThanksgiving were served '
son to Mrs. Frank L. Allen, of New prize, a match holder was given to I
with Mr. and Mrs J.
York, Mrs. Emil Schram, wife of Mrs. I. M. Pafford, while Mrs. A. II.ii I. !

G. Niblack. R. Broadfoot made the lucky cut and ... ......- _
I the RFC official of Washington, Mrs.J. I 4fi: '" :.l!""' :O''R' '- I \
I P. Richards, wife of the Congressman I
:Mrs. G. S. Mobley, Mrs. H. E.I -
from South Carolina, Mrs. Thos. Ii
I Reichard, Mrs. Olin Carleton and .
Tuesday McMillan, wife of a South Carolina i
Mrs. W. F. Simpson spent .
, I :l in, Canal Point visiting with Mrs.J. Congressman, Mis. W. J. Bulow, .
wife of the senator from South Da-.
W. C. Poole.
F. McLure and Mrs ,
kota, Mrs. Elmer Thomas, wife of

: i( Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Lawler and Oklahoma's senator, Mrs. Pat McCar- SAVINGS SAFETY. DIVIDENDS

' l children and Mr. and Mrs. M. 1\!. ran, wife of the Nevada senator, .

I Prewitt and children and Nancy! Mrs. W. J. Hill, wife of Florida's)

:I : Wright spent Sunday at Highland'sHammock. I acting senator; Mrs. C. O. Andrews, : .1

: 'f of Orlando, wife of Florida's s nator-I .V-: :: ;:i. ,
I elect: Mrs. Davis whose :, ,
; .
I i ';I' Mr. and Mrs. J.V. Francis of St. an official in the Marine Corps; ."'"J':1'w... .. ;',: ::" \--::: : ':;:/ : .. .' '....,..,. y'':J:,, ,.'. v, Record of Dividends ofClewiston I I

I arrived this week to Mrs. Pedro Machado, wife of the I '. i:6' ': "" ; : ;' \ Home Building AssociationYEAR
I r Paul, Minn., !: : '. : : .. I
I the winter visiting with their Cuban Department of Agriculturehead ,' .
; spend '
I' of Havana Mrs. J. F. Steed, of 'li ::2
? daughter, Mrs. H. A. Bestor and Mr. ; > 7 : RATE RATE
;. Beetor.jf Kissimmee and Mrs. Peter Tomasello ,
of Orlando. J '. ': :: PERCENT YEAR PERCENT
t Local ladies attending were: Mrs.F. ,. ..
C. Clements, Judge '
3 J. "
Attorney )
.' David Elmer Ward and R. E. Kurtz I. Hill, Mrs W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. \.': CjJ, '. ", S :< 1928, 5.5 1933 6

I' those from Fort Myers M. Wright, Mrs R. Y. Patterson, : ,
were among 'I' "" 1 1929 7 1 1934 6
; .'. '. :' '
festivalThursday. Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. H. C. Kol- ; ':': ., "
attending the sugar cane .
: ; !:., :. ;
stad and her guest, Mrs. Shealey 1930 4 1935 6
; '
' ': .
'i I i.
\ f
; : (
Mrs. G. E. Linkswiler, Mrs. McLar- ; :. ., 7- : ; J .

f 1 Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turner attended en, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs D. G. .: .:::... '-::'}'' ;; r/ 1 1931 1 4 > :1936 1 6

:t the convention of Florida Hairdressers -II Alston, Mis. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. W. ;:..-. '}".,..,..iii:;;'.'.: 'I"J." .. 'F\' 1 1932 6; '. "

: and Cosmetologists and affiliated C. Prewitt, Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs.B. .i ifu: '
s units at the Biltmore Hotelin j' A. Bourne and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle.: > '

Coral Gables, Monday. Mrs. Duff also, entertained the : ; .: :: :; : '

:,. group of visiting ladies at a lunch- : ,0 : : : : .J .
: '
: E. H. Martin, who has been em- eon at the Clewiston Inn. Mrs. Owen, ,. .. ,.. .y : CALL BY THE HOMEBUILDING

,. ployed as special clerk in the local Mrs. Schiffli and Mrs. Hill were also OFFICE FIRST
, office of the Re-employment service present at the luncheon. ".

\ for several weeks, left Tuesday for Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND "I

I his home in Ocala. ANNE PREWITT CELEBRATES. return. Home Building has never paid '

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mr. dividends of less than 4 percent per year. q -

and Mrs. M. J. Hirsh, Mrs C. I. Hol- Anne Elizabeth Prewitt entertained -, '
In these of reduced interest
days on savings .
of little friends at
lingsworth and son, Dickie were a group .

the guests of Mr. and Mis. W. R. birthday party on her fourth birthday accounts and reduced returns on other '

I Patterson in West Palm Beach Saturday afternoon. The party forms of investment Home Building offers ,I ( '.
Thursday. was given by her sisters Mauryneand

Louise Prewitt, assisted byPcg1gy the conservative, thrifty investor the investment ...)

Dr. and Mrs. D. Jenkins Williams Lawler and Nancy Wright. needs. Investigate
best suited to his ,
I Ii. spent Thanksgiving on Sanibel Is: Balloons were given as favois. Tho

i \II'land where Dr. Williams conducted birthday cake was in white and yel- Clewiston Home Building Association

the Thanksgiving services at the low and decorated with ducks and -
church there. This is Dr. Williams' flowers. The children were given ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTON

third Thanksgiving in Florida and I horseback rides during the ,after little as $5.00 per month or as much as
he has preached this annual sermon noon.
$1,000.00 in a lump sum you'll find a
on all three occasions. Those attending were: Bobby ,' ASSOCIATION

r Berner, Kay Bowden, Skippy Coth- Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements.

,'. STEWARTS ENTERTAIN W1T1 ern, June Collier, Emma Jane Ezelle, PHONES 102-103

TURKEY DINNER FOR STUDENTSMr. Clark Ironmonger, Claire Jones, .

Richard Knfght, Bobby Lawler, So- ,, .';.

and Mrs. E. L. Stewart enter- lon Mills, Rachel and Charles Miner, I
tained Friday evening with a turkey Volney Robbins, Johnny Schiffli, "-- --\,- -..,.. ... _-



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0 BRIGHT STAR ?DAY A pmes my favorite O'

kind of tre.

I DR. JAMES BARTON It tells its secrets

Talks About
't..1l to
. me
By MARY SCHUMANNCopyright Thoughts for the Middle-Aged.
And in
THE great loss to families, to though storms

and to whole commu- it sways and bends
nities by the sickness and death of

by Macrao Smith Co. WNU Service niiddle-aged men and women is It sins a song**J ,(

arousing thinking individuals to the 4
th' ..t y q
need of seeking the cause and re-
;i SYNOPSIS "Hugh." week. And they came to my flg-I moval of this terrible -'astage. Men ends
.. "Coming." He rose from his ure-! which is important."
-, and women work hard in their youth R,1S'A' .
Kezia Marsh, pretty, selfish and twenty, ar chair reluctantly. "We'll look after Jonny for you and early manhood and womanhoodand
rives home in Corinth from school and is met o1VNU
Cun Whitney was of medium when you're away take her then
He drives her are laid away on the shelf
by her older brother, Hugh. to
height florid and with curly brown around. Eh Dorrie?"
the Marsh 'home where her widowed mother. by some chronic ailment -
Fluvanna, a warm-hearted, self-sacrificing; and hair. He was cheerful, talkative, I "Of course."
understanding soul, welcomes her. Kezia's sister and had an amazing vitality. He I Joan's elation gave a lilt to her or may passto Service

', MarKer, plump and matronly with the was restless, liked to go places, be quiet voice. "It's the most, glorious the beyond in a
,- care of three children, is at lunch with them.Hugh's few days or weeks.
with people; he was full of vision- feeling! Almost worth the agony -
i': ". wife, Dorrie, has pleaded a previous And thin: occurs just Derelicts
\ engagement. On the way back to his job_at ary schemes for making money i of suspense for eight months to when Floating
Itc. the steel plant founded by one of his forebears which he never followed through.He experience it. Although I must say they can give Derelicts are as dangerous to
Hugh Doc Hiller, a boyhood most to and get
, passes was an excellent salesman, suc- Cun marvelous about it always
because was navigation as submerged ice-
friend whom he no longer sees frequently most from life.
': of Dorrie's antipathy Fluvanna Marsh ceeding through sheer charm of cheerful." And of bergs. As many as a thousand
't wakens the next morning from a dream about manner and enthusiasm, but had "Always marvelous!" said Cun. so many have been reported in the North
: ',' her late husband, Jim, whose unstable character these ases might
r: been out of work since the November "I was the one who was afraid- Atlantic in
a single Many
n:: she fears Kezia has inherited. Soon have enjoyed and year.
before. He was thoughtful and afraid of his_"
!.\ Ellen Pendleton comes over. She is an artistically I contributed much to drift great distances before they
r I inclined girl who is a. distant niece of kind to his friends, and when Hugh Cun, as he drove, looked back I are found and sunk, the record
-. Fluvanna's and favorite of Hugh's. She had been laid with influenza the his "Go life had they givenDr.
-g.; a up over shoulder. ahead and being held, it is believed, by the
t'.' happily tells Fluvanna she has become en- winter before had sat with him Barton LalI as muc.n
up spill it. What were you afraid of? I ] Fannie E. Wolston, whichwhenlast
. gaged to Jerry Purdue. Ellen fears that her thought to theIrhealth
'; father and mother Gavin: and Lizzie, will not all one night. My sinking into bad habits?" seen in 1893 off Savannahhad .'
approve the match.CHAPTER. Joan was small, with an olive "Oh, keep quiet." and to their bodies as they floated 7,000 miles in two and .-
had their .
to business
:" complexion, straight black hair Cun laughed and nodded. "Yousee or profession.After a half years.-Co11ier's Weekly.
": which she dressed severely and all that body of yours is
no confidence in me at all!-
1',' II-Continued great smoky gray eyes with thick- and from one who knows me best! what does everything for you-gives

x'f, I -4- black lashes. Anyhow we're here, and it's a you strength to play to work, to

; "So then-?" "Hurry up," she called as Hugh grand night and we're all good fellows think or plan, to enjoy life's great- 6

r "I'm going to throw a big dinner and Dorrie came down the walk,' I felt like a celebration and est successes and pleasures, and .

i r ; I have them all this Friday told, her to call you up. I knew alas to suffer life's greatest: defeats .s!

'h. night. Suit you?" J7 /' Hugh would curse. But a little and almost unbearable pain. .k

::' Hugh hesitated. f D r % night-life is good for you, you old To have health and strength is ;

1._. "You'd like it, wouldn't you?" stick-in-the-mud!" life's greatest asset, to be ill or fee-

l' she challenged. "We're not to be out late!" called ble in body is perhaps life's greatest .1 iI
"I'd like having them here of Dorrie, mockingly. "Husband's or- liability.And .

: course, but I wish it were because i f { 1I ders! Just before we started!" you can get from that bodyof

you wanted them. Not a con- I They found a table near an-open yours just what you can get DO THIS 'when
cession to my feelings." window at the Freeland Farms, an from other activities, that is just

: Dorrie turned her head to one f o' I ,,t old country mansion which had what you put in it. But, as Glad- wake with
side and looked at the willow tree. f been turned into a road house. stone said, "All time and money up a

After a moment she said with The space for dancing was limit- spent in training or caring for the

slow sulkiness: "You'd better takeit ed, and waiters zigzagged and retreated body, pays a larger rate of interest HeadacheENJOY

the way I do it." with their laden trays, to than any other investment."

;' He watched her with puzzled avoid the swaying couples. It was Use Body's Full Power. RELIEF BEFORE '

pain, watched her until he saw the not so hot as Hugh had expected; YOU'VE FINISHED DRESSING

'. coldness melt from her face, and a breeze came in from the west; Now you can get certain resultsor

another emotion come over it. She the room had good ventilation, extending power from a Ford engine justas .

said in a faint voice, "You're I up two stories with win. you can get certain results or Bayer Tablets '"

worth a dozen of me, Hugh." I dows near the roof. ,pcwer from a Rolls Royce; the Dissolve Almost
whole is 'to the full ,
thought use
He was relieved. "What's Hugh saw Ellen Pendleton across Instantly (I} .
WfhWi of that of
powej 'body yoursnomore
the seated at table with
room a
: brought this on? he inquired,
l d live In 2 seconds
less-if to
by stopwatch
y' no. you are
Jerry Purdue. The drama of their
laughing.She; / 4 iri a genuine
it preoccupation with each other safely and happily. BAYER Aspirin tablet
shook! her head. "Call
And the first thought is to be starts to disintegrate
drifted through the noise and cigarette -
mood. and to work. --
go Drop a
family physi-
"Forget it, Dorrie. You can be smoke. Ellen's face was your Bayer Aspirin tablet into j .
cian. This doesn't mean a ten- ,.,
flushed her luminous a glass of water. By
eyes were as
; pretty sweet yourself! He felt he time it hits the bot-
r. minute chat with him, but a thirtyto
she with her food and list
suddenly happy. She was chary toyed tom of the glass it is
: with admissions of He ened to Jerry propound some theory fifty minute examination when disintegrating. What :,,, '
7.. ', feeling. / Isolation enfolded them in the he has the time to do it. It means happens in this glass 6
never knew exactly how deep her happens in your
ti / examination of eyes, ears, nose, stomach.
for him The r ay 5 midst of the crowd.
feeling was. occasional -
throat sinuses heart, 'ungs, blood
a glimpses into her mind, He touched Dorrie's arm. "See,
: 'Ellen with young Purdue?" pressure, urine, blood, liver and
when she tonight
grew introspective as -
were rare and accordingly "You'd Better Take It the WayI She smiled and nodded. "He gall bladder. A talk about your'food When you wake up with a head-

precious. Do It." looks the sort she'd fall for, lean amount of rest, and amountof ache, do"this: Take two quickactingquickdissolvingBAYERASPI-

r'' and dark-with a way!" She explained exercise taken daily ma} make -

a The western light had entirely "we're simply bursting to tell you to the others, "Hugh's favorite all the difference between health RIN tablets with a little water.

faded. The dusk ringed her the news!" cousin with her young man." and ill-health.. By the time you've finished dress-

around with magic. Her pale "What news?" asked Hugh. "A cousin?" said Cun. "Alibi?" And when your doctor has fin ing, nine chances in ten, you'll feel

green dress shimmered like moon- ,"Did the old man come through?" Joan fanned herself with the ished, let your dentist make a com- relief coming. ,
light. A night-hawk wheeled rest_ "Right the first time!" examination the Genuine Bayer Aspirin providesthis
menu. "Don't you know Hugh'srelated plete including use quick relief because it is rated
lessly overhead" uttering a raucous "Congratulations!" cried Hugh, to all the Pendletons? of the X-ray. among the quickest methods for relief -

cry. Hugh, whose passionate climbing into the car. "Wonderful That's Gavin's daughter, Ellen." This investment of time and mon- science has yet discovered. .

feeling for her had never dimmed, ," said Dorrie. "I vow the whole town's a cousinto ey will pay real dividends. Try it this way. But

felt her enchantment heighten, sur- "He has a job with the Crescent Hugh," said Dorrie languidly. its full name, BAYER ASPIRIN
round him with a mystical content- not by the name "aspirin" alone.
people and starts work the first. of "Hard to have any personal con- Dinitrophenol, Weight Reducer
ment, and yearning. the month!" versation. I never dare expressan

': His eyes held hers. "You're "You see how glad she is to be opinion of anyone I meet for The, fact that health authoritiesare much 15C FOR ,
not writing or saying
lovely," he said on a breath. rid of me!" complained Cun. "Sickof fear of insulting a connection. El- A DOZEN 9 .
about dinitrophenol, the weight reducing -
"Thank you," she murmured, having me underfoot around the len is third or fourth in degree-
not because it is not 2
drug is
smiling.The house! what is it, Hugh?
effective in reducing weight but be-
telephone tinkled inside the "You weren't at home much! "About that. Greatgrandfatherswere ,
of the serious results which
cause Virtually 4 9 -
house. You went down town every day, brothers' -
"I'll go," said Dorrie, sliding off flashed Joan. "Still they call it cousin She have occurred in some cases-se- lea tablet

the chaise longue. "Will you have to travel, Cun?" studied art for a couple of years. vere skin eruptions, cataracts and

.'. She never walked briskly, but asked Dorrie. Paints very well they say. even death. LOOK FOR THE BAYER CROSS
Drs. E. L. Bortz Anthony Sin-
/ when she came back she moved "More or less-several days a (TO BE CONTINUED ,
doni J and E. M. Hobson in
1' ,
Y.. with more animation than was her
\:: wont. Pennsylvania Medical Journal, report Barren Skepticism ._

.:: "It's the .Whitneys," she announced Harrison Was Only Executive Who Was their experiences in the meta Do not let yourself be tainted
,:'"' bolic (building up and breaking or barren skepticismPasteur.FINE .
"They want us to out by a
:"" to Freeland Farms and dance"go Too Busy to Find Time for RecreationOnly wearing down of the .ody tissues)

clinic of the Lankenan hospital overa
"f.': Hugh gave a regretful look at FOR DRESSING CUTS
of Presidents had Tyler-Playing the violin and two year period. The object of
bowered one our them
the yard, in bush and Soothe and protect cuts by dressing
vine, at the moon, climbing now, no pastimes,' William H. Harrison. reading poetry. the investigation was to find out the with gauze and a little Moroline. It's pure

a shimmering globe above the He was so busy fighting Indians Polk-Reading. vE-ue of dinitrophenol in reducing snowwhit The lOc size contains 331 timesas

trees. "Sort of nice here," he and holding office he did not have Taylor-Horseback riding. weight, in what cases it could be much as the 5c size. Demand Moroline.UCR@lnNE

commented. the idle moments that sometimescome Fillmore-Reading, fishing, hunt- safely used, in what cases it wouldbe
unsafe to use it, how it couldbe
to of ing and traveling.
;:... She stood there, waiting for some us. .
Pierce-Military, sports and traveling known beforehand or as early mVI SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
him to say more. The expression All of our Presidents have been
after treatment as possible whether -
' : of her face was veiled, but he felt he-men, and this makes their hob- ,
not it was safe to use it.
, Buchanan-Reading and walkingand
a vitality flow from her, a cur- bies and pastimes doubly interest-
< '. rent of something indefinable. ing. Washington and Johnson, for the society of pretty women. There were 60 cases studied,
" ranging in weight from loO: to 400
Lincoln-Story telling and rural
"Do you want to go? instance, loved dancing;; Jeffersonand .
pounds 12 were men and 48 were "
"That's for you to decide," she Tyler the violin, Jackson sports. ; 'I '
r answered almost coldly. Johnson-Music, dancing, read- women. They were placed on a diet : _..: _
played the flute and .Garfield read
I' A He took her attitude for re- poetry However, this table will let ing and studying the Constitution. and also on a diet with dinitrophenol.
Grant-Horseback riding and drive With the use of dinitrophenol -
: proach. He stretched his arms you into the secrets of their private
the weekly loss of OPPORTUNITYOwn
ing fast trotters. average
lazily. "Tell them we'll go. Coming lives:
weight per person was two t;: three
s Hayes-Raising poultry.
for us? card and Operate Proved Business In na-
Washington-Fox hunting
whereas the diet alone
"Yes. Can you be ready in ten Garfield-Reading poetry. pounds, on tional chain. $195 starts you. Unlimited
: playing, horse racing and dancing. ArthurPhilosophy.ClevelandPoker' the average weight loss per person ArcheriChicagorIii., BISSELL wanted
minutes? Distributors
John Adams-Writing and eatingthe one-fourth to one pound weekly.
playing, fishing
I He nodded. "But' we won't stay
sacred cod. of poisoning from the
., late, remember! I have a job to and duck hunting. Symptoms
Jefferson Playing the violin, dinitrophenol found with some of
:; hold down-if Cun hasn't." i Benjamin Harrison Traveling..
':;:" She started for the house, then I horseback riding, gardening' invent- : McKinley Athletic sports and the cases were itching, hives, nausea \I

:. turned her head with her secret ing and writing.MadisonThe. horseback riding.RooseveltHunting. and vomiting, diarrhoea, ner-

; smile. "You always say that'wec study of govern- and fishing vousness, slight rise in temperatureand

/. won't stay late, remember'I"! ments. and strenuous sports, like boxing. in blood pressure.

"But we always do!" Monroe-Military affairs, horseback Taft Golf, walking, boating, The outstanding fact discovered in

r She vanished in the rear door. riding and traveling.J. traveling and reading J. Q. Adams' this hospital was that "the quantityof

:. The Whitneys. Dancing At diary. dinitrophenol necessary to pro- Smoll, quiet and select. Especially
ft f: least it wasn't bridge which had Q. Adams-Traveling, billiards, Wilson-Golf, motoring and col- duce loss of weight in patients who desirable for ladies troweling -
swimming, walking, gardening and are eating their regular full mealsis alone: Home of the famous
become so complicated lately with lege sports. ,
Collinpwood Chestnut
writing in his diary.
in the of
I majority
so large cases
the new scoring and new systems Harding-Reading and traveling. SingtefromS2.Doublefrom S3.
which Jackson Card playing, cock and that it is practically unsafe to use
; people quoted so confusing- Coolidge-Walking fishing.
ly. fighting, horse racing, hunting and Hoover-Building dams, fishing, the dinitrophenol For this reasonit 45 WEST 35TH STREET; o

Freeland Fams-always a crowd. playing the flute. volley ball and reading.F. is wise to use this drug only NEW YORK

The floor 'too small. But Dorrie Van Buren-Reading, horseback D. Roosevelt-Swimming and when the" food has been cut down in

wanted to go. riding and traveling. boatingWashington Pos:, amount.
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S @ Question OUR COMIC SECTIONTHE LITTLE bit o' sorrow, '
.An' a little bit o' song,
Today an' then tomorrow,

t, Cane-bottomed chair seats can As the old world bumps along;
; be tightened up by washing them A little bit o' kickin'
f in a weak solution of salt water Over things misunderstood.

; ''. and then drying in the open air. Somebody gets a lickin'-
!if,r :: FEATHERHEADS By Otborne Quality Wanted But it won't do any good.
l W ; Radiators and steam pipes will \ Even back in Eden's gladness
I!r ., be less noticeable in a room if Were
. u songs and sorrows mixed
:, : : they are painted the same color of -. .So t FINALLY CAME: -AND NOW t BLIyTo Life is always bringin' sadness, .

. .' the walls or wood trim. THE" CONCLUSIONt'HAT HIM/ CIGARS ONCE An' we try to have it fixed.
' THE J REASoN doHM WAS IM A WHILE-PiCK, yOrT4 But we may as well look pleas-
: : Always make it a point to keep CIT-ftf4&! LAX IN I3UyIN&: GIFTS up A BOOK MOV/ ant, ..

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culist handing the patient a test drops." or the 3-roll ECONOMY PACK for 25c.

card with letters HPTRVZBFHK. OTHE TUMMY_
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successful person is a healthy per- barked, "that you can't read letters .M

son. Don't let yourself be handicappedby II 0I'' that size?"
sick headaches I "I can see the letters all right,
a sluggish condition,
but I can't pronounce the wretched
stomach "nerves" and w .4. -A-
other dangerous I word."
pump up the tires, lady?
Fiction is truth with its face lifted.
signs of over-acidity. "Mercy no, I'll wait until we get First Golfer-Are you picking up -nex Beach.
out into the I understandthe Home Sweet Home
country,' golf quickly?
It is rather than men, who
air around here is very impure." "Do you think a woman's placeis Second Golfer-Oh gosh, yes I I've are unfair to women.-Fannie Hurst.
in the home?" learned all the words
cuss already. Immorality, like war, is a state of
Farming"Is "Certainly," said Miss Cayenne. abnormality Slowly but surely we
your boy Josh much help "There are always plenty of homes Complaining? are swinging back to normality once
around the farm?" asked the travel- with a pleasant party in one or two "My husband is the only man who more.-Count Keyterling.
ing man. of them." ever kissed me." Great beauty is as inspiring as

"Not yet," answered Far mer Neighbor-Are you bragging or great; music or great architecture.-

MILNESIA FOR HEALTH Corutossel."He Political Economy"Of complaining? Central Georgia Gertrude Atherton.
doesn't rise with the sun and course" said Meandering Magazine. Poverty is one of the major curses
1 Milnesia, the original milk of magnesia go merrily singing into the fields?" Mike, "de great t'ing in taxation is of mankind and we must wage tire--

, i in wafer form,neutralizes stomach acids, "Not noticeable. I can't expect to take de money away from de A Close Observer less war against it.-llarry Emerson

: gives quick, pleasant elimination. Each much early risin' from Josh as longas people widout lettin' 'em realize Mother What are you doing, Fosdick.
\ he has to sit up till after mid- they're partin' wid it." Marjorie,? It has been mostly in times of
wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls milk of magnesia.Tastytoo.20c,35c&.60ceverywhcre.- night studyin' his lessons in agricul- "Yes" replied Plodding Pete. Child Putting dolly to bed. I peril and need that great works of

': ture from the correspondence "But youse can't expect a perfectly have taken off her hair but i cannot progress have come into being.-
school. dignified an' respectable govern- get her teeth out. Albert Einstein.THP .

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Mill A. P. Spencer, head of the exten- made the trip to the Glades county eval money will match state moneyin ters; Mrs. J. :M. Couse and :Miss Ber-

Sugar sion department, University o town. I the construction.This tha Gram of this city several brothers .

(Continued From Page One) Florida. Here the gro'up was greeted' by I Important road, which opens and sisters in Denmark survive.3,000ACRK .
Paul '\\'. Meyers: Standard Oil of- Capt. G. E. Linkswiler and Mark R. I i I a direct route from the Lake sec-

and '"'in *ne at the crowd which filled :ficial of Jacksonville.Thos. Lawler who explained the working! t, >n to Miami, Is now completedt GAME PRESERVE Q))

i r main entrance loom of the' R. Shlpp, Public Relations of the lock and the effect of the i 'i:ai Miami to the Broward county AT SILVER SPRINGS SET ASIDE

mill i mst to capacity.: Council, Washington. Caloosahatchee work on drainage. i f, The section of the route In the

TV- pepper then introduced liit" Robert Kloeppel, head of the I and flood C9ntrol. Fred A. Flanders -: y of Miami is now being widened Ocala, Dec. 3 (FNS-Establish- '

copue? Sell ltOl" C. O. Ardrews 01 ICIoeppel hotel chain :n Florida. In charge of the locks, demonstrated -: id resurfaced ment of 9.:' game preserve of 3,000

GM, "i'" who tpr.te a few words inE Harold Colee, president' and R. G. the electrical operation of An additional twenty miles is not acres at Silver Springs, in order that

', sin ; his 1ar'ire at being back Grassfield, general manager of the the lock gates and the various piecesof 5 t under contract but the road deportment winter visitors may see Florida's'wild

in i 1). crate s t o at the sugar cane Florida Chamber of Commerce. technical apparatus housed in the I has promised! that an ad- animal and 'game life in its'

festival. Actin<_ senators' Scott Loftin Thomas and B. A. Oxnard, of the control gate. rtlsement for bids on this final natural habitat, Is announced this

anal ,',Om. L. Hill, who were appointed Savannah Sugar Refinery. The group returned to Clewiston I sr ction is proposed later in the i week by the management of the fa-',.
to till the positions left vacant Senator and Mrs. Elmer Thomas Immediately for the program at the month. I mous showplace/

Tiv r."o. Deaths of Senator Park Tramm. of Oklahoma. sugar house.CHILDREN. I ,, Many species of wild animals,

..*! md Senator Duncan U. Fletcb- Senator and Mrs. Pat McCarron, Y/ATERS-MOOX NUPTIALS I birds and reptiles now inhabit the
., .. short
o introduced and made of Nevada. GIVEN RIDES OX SOLEMNIZED IX LattELLE area which Ray and Davidson planto

t Congressman and,MrsXT. P. Rich- POXIES FREE OF CHARGE --. I make one of the most picturesquein
T ., A. Wheeler representing g the i
ards of South Carolina (Moore Haven Democrat) Florida by addition of various animals -
I. S. Department of Agriculture waa I Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schram. Mr. Perhaps the children at the festi-I I : and .came.. / such u-R- deer and,
after him Dr. 1 In the open-air ceremony, performed -
next introduced and the board of directorsof "
Schram is on val Thursda}" had the biggest time of turkey.
Pedro Machada of the Cuban department the R. F. C. Washington.. anyone for during the morning a rid-f on the lawn of the bride'shome Besides affording tourists an ep-'
Dennis Fib Miss Edna Moon and Paul
of Agriculture and R. A. Troxler. ing ring was set up in the'civic park I portunity to view an area the same
the fruit and Waters, both of LaBelle, were unitedin
oureaux, representing General C. B. Vogel. for Shetland ponies and every child in plant and animal life as when
vegetable growers association of General Edward Markham, head was allowed to ride free. There were marriage on Wednesday evening, Florida was first seen by the Spaniards
:November 25, the Rev. M. B. Cox
Cuba. of the U. S. Army Engineers, Wash few times when the line of children Mr. Davidson said that the reserve -
the membersof of Alva officiating. Fall flowers and
introduced were
Next ington. awaiting their turns was not of con- will provide a valuable factor
the House of Representativesprp B. Timmons, Washington Press siderable length., foilage were used for decorations on 'in restocking the 'adjoining hunting
of Ohio, the lawn and the was -
Lemneck ceremony performed
y>t: Arthur
Correspondent. with deer
areas turkey and other
Hampton P. Fuller, of South Caro- J under a floral arch. 'I
W. Russell. game that will naturally cross th<*
'lina. Millard Caldwell of Florida, Forrest B. Tralles, U. S. S. C. director FEW ACCIDENTS OCCUR ASCROWDS The bride is the daughter of Mr. water boundaries of the reserve as

'W-lLam Colmor of Mississippi, I St: Louis. ATTEXD FESTIVALIn < ''d Mrs. Robert J. Moon of LaBelle 'it becomes crowded with animal life.

James P. Rirhaids of South Carolina Leslie Wheeler. the J !.e is a graduate of the LaBelle 'I Alone the river banks of the tract

and J. Hardm Peterson' of Florida W. Russell. .' view of large crowds at- T:i&h School and has been employed are to be found aligators, snakes,

Mr. Peterson made a few remarks J. A. Saunders. f I tending the celebration it is encour- ':') the nursery school there for two bears and a number of rare birds and
aging to note that everything was
Curtis Waller.C. :years.
I flowering plants now nearing extinction .
Net in line were the members of H. Murchison, Jacksonville. at- carried on in a law abiding and or- Mr. Waters, the son of Mr. and ; which will be prevented by the WI

the Florida Senate and House of torney.: derly manner, only two accidentswere Mrs G. M. Waters, of Ocala and protection of the reserve.

Repre'-entatives. D. Stuart Gillis Clarence Troup.M. reported and these were of minor former resident of Moore Haven, attended On an island in the river several

president elect of the next senate L. Noel.: nature. the Moore Haven High School miles from the springs, a colony of

made, a short talk. Horace Havemeyer, sugar officialof Shirley Owen, little daughter of and is now employed by the U. S.! monkeys has been established and
tribute to and llrs. W. C. Owen slightly
Vr Pepper then paid i Mr. was -
New York. Engineers at LaBelle. offers possibilities, says Mr. David-
the work done by: the Army Engi- T. M. Lykes, Tampa cattleman and injured when she ran into the Following an informal reception I son, of stocking the entire jungle

neers in building the levees and shipper.J. ,side of a slowly moving car. She was held in their honor at the Moon home section of the area.STATEMENT .
flood control project around Lake knocked to the ground and ,slightly I
Hardin Peterson, Congressman, following the ceremony, Mr. and
Okeechobee, introducing at the con- scratched and bruised, by.t" injurieswere I
1st. Dist., Florida. Mrs. Waters left for a wedding trip
clusion of his remarks, Gen. Edward Col. Earl North, District U.' S. only superficial. over the state, returning to LaBelle I

Markham, chief of Army Engineerswho Engineer, Jacksonville. W. A. Fuller was reported to have Sunday to. make their home. I OF THE OWNERSHIP -

had arrived in Clewiston onlya Senator Claude Pepper. been slightly injured in a fall at the I II MANAGEMENT CIRCULATION -

.few' minutes before. With him Congressman and Mrs. Thomas mill but although, taken to the hos- I ETC., REQUIRED BY
were Col.' B. C. Dunn, formerly district McMillan of South Carolina.R. pital for treatment was said to have V. Gram Passes Away THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF

engineer of the Florida district T. McKenna. i been suffering only from bruises and I I AUGUST 24, 1912, OF CLEWIS-

and now an assistant to General Nicholas Roosevelt of Washington.J. I shock.UJXCIIEOX., Suddenly In Tampa TOX NEWS, PUBLISHED WEEKLY -

:Markham in Washington, and Col. F. Terrell, New York, directorU. : AT CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA,
at this FOR OCTOBER 1, 193G.
Earl North district engineer
time./These two men were also introduced Dr. and Mrs. Pedro Machado, of LARGE CIRCUS: TEXT (Moore Haven Democrat) I )) ss.;;

by Mr. Pepper as Vas Capt.G. Havana. Dr. Machado is head of the ,Mrs. J. M. Couse and Miss Bertha! COUNTY OF HE DRY' )

E. Linkswiler' of Clewiston, in Cuban Department of Agriculture. The luncheon served under the Gram were notified Sunday afternoon -
charge of the construction of thfjOke Before me, a Notary Public in and
Dennis Figoureux, Havana, repre- big tent to conclude the of the sudden death of their I
Caloosahatchee sugarcane for tile'State and aforesaid
"chcbeeandr For ;project entative of the Cuban fruit and veg- festival was well prepared and the father, Frederick Valdemar Gram,; personally appeared county Keathley Bowden -,
: engineers. etable growers and shippers. of the which, occurred at his home in the I
serving large crowd who been
New York was an having duly sworn
Clp-ence R. Bitting of
City cf the U. S. Leslie Wheeler ,of the Department example of efficiency. Mrs. C. L. Hyde Park Hotel in Tampa Sunday according to law, deposes and says
president Sugar of Agriculture, Washington.G. Downs contracted for the preparation afterneon at 1:00 and the news was that he is the editor of the Clewis-

Corporation was next: introduced and W. Meal and M. J. Voorhies, of of the' food and was assisted in received as a great shock by his! ton News and that the following is,
made d short talk after which Jamps the Department of Agriculture. I many friends here who remember j
the serving by the ladies of the two -I
J. vice-president and
Peter Tomasello, Jr., of Orlando. local church him well from the days when he was
general manager of the company J. F. Steed, Kissimmee. I president of Moore Haven ship, management, etc., of the 'afore- ._,
estimate of the number who .
said publication for the date shown
his introduc-
to acknowledge
arose The foregoing list could be supplemented -J Mr. Gram had not been in ill
ate lunch there was
placed at 1,500. in the above caption, required by
tion by Mr. Pepper. I with hun(I health his death attributedto
the of and
I names double was
this lunches had
Nearly many the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied -
Last to
to be introduced and speak
dreds of other visiting dignitaries of been prepared in the event the crowd some form of heart trouble which in section 411, Postal Laws and
was :Mr: Schram who .was given the state and nation but the secur-1 was larger. / came as he was taking his afternoon Regulations, printed on the reverseof

the honor of. pushing the button ing of a complete list was almost lest.:! Mr. and; Mrs. Couse and their this form, to wit:

ir' tart the'ma.chinei- motion.T' impossible. CLEWISTOX GAILY DECORATEDFOR Daughter, Jo Ann, spent the Thanksgiving 1. That the names and addressesof

ic ,,ct'an was prefaced by a brief FESTIVAL THURSDAY holidays with Mr. and Mrs. the publisher, editor, managing

I, r'a. clicked in many placE +,I Gram and stated that ho had never editor, and business' managers are:

as i ti, '>tton .was pressed. Dignitaries Arrive -: When the visiting senators, con' appeared in better health than on Publisher, Clewiston News, Inc.;
.V1 -_!-P ronc'usion of the programthe Q Clewiston Florida.
before ,
gressmen and:> other men of prominence nday morning just they
g'ptei number of those present arrived in Clewiston for the 1,.ct to return to their home here., Editor, Keathley Bowden, Clewis-
star:l d immediately to witness the (Continued from page 1) II
: ton Florida.
Sugarcane Festival they found the T'iey had been at home only a short .
cane grinding and sugar manufacturing I camps of the sugar company and at town dressed in her Sunday best Bile when the death message came. I Managing Editor,. Keathley Bow-

process. :Many: : went immediatelyto i Miami Locks all in the party who and wearing decorations more extensive -I T1'' rs. Gram stated, that .he lay down ,. den, Clewiston, Florida.

inspect the various processes in :. wished were invited to leave the than for anything ever before n the sofa to take a short nap in 2. That the owner is Clewiston

which they: were most interested party and go on a fishing trip. Sev- held here.. the afternoon and from the sleep News, Inc.:, Clewiston Florida, M.
while the others P. Bryant, Palm Beach, Fla., S. P.
were soon formed
eral availed themselves of the
oppor- On Tuesday flags began to put r ever awakened. Members of the
Into small and'led Beach, Palm Beach, Fla.
groups on a tou'rQf tunity and twelve large bass were family could not remember any time
an appearance everywhere and by
3. That the known bondholders,
the house by the executive heads taken by- the party- -: in about an hour's Wednesday afternoon they had been when he had ever been seriously ill. other
mortgagees, security
and key men of the company who fishing. draped across streets and in frontof Death came quietly and easily with- holders owning or holding 1 per cent

acted as guides on the inspection Immediately upon arrival in Clew!I buildings until the town presented out a long period of inactivity, the or more of total amount of bonds,
trip These groups visited first the iston 'the party was taken to the which would be welcomed
a very gala appearance. At the bind of death -, mortgages, or other securities are:
weighing room where the cars are hurricane gate where they were met active None.
city limits, on each side of tow, by any person.
weighed before being dumped into by Capt. G. E. Linkswiler and Mark Mr. Gram 65 or ,
large "Welcome" signs were swung was years age on I 4. That the two paragraphs next
the hopper to be.delivered. to tIle R. Lawler of the U. S. Engineers who across the highway and other signs l'3t; : February 15, having been born above, giving the names of the own-

grindTs They were' then shown the explained the flood control projectin were erected to point out the way { i that date, in 1871 in Denmark. ers, stockholders, and security hold-
gigantic six-roller tandem grinder ers, if contain not only the list
any ;
a interesting manner. Oper- to the sugar'house, to the adminis- 1 e came to America when twenty
which presses sixtyfive percent of ators closed and reopened the locksas tration building'and other points of years of age and established himself of stockholders and security hold-
the juice ers as they appear upon the booksof
from.the-cane .in the first
a demonstration. interest. ::1 business at River Falls, Wisconsin
roller and by the time it.reaches the H. A. Bestor Dr. B. A. Bourne andJ. the company but also, in caseswhere ..
end Across the highway west of town at the trade he had studied since the stockholder or' security .,
been practically all of the juice has V. Fourmey acted as guides to a-rough tractor crossing was torn childhood: architecture and building holder appears upon the books of
the party, one of these men, chosen out and replaced with a new one, contracting.' I the company as trustee or in any
After the inspection trip the visitors because of their familiarity with ev- I cleanup work was done on the premises Later he returned to Denmark on I other fiduciary relation, the name

returned to town and under a ery phase of'cane growing and har- of every place of business and a visit and on his return to the States J J of the person or corporation for

huge circus tent which had been vesting, being in each bus to point I much was" done which will have was accompanied by his sister and]!I whom such trustee is acting, is given -
spread on the block in front of the out different al I I ; also that the said two paragraphs -
points of interest and lasting beneficial effect. Miss Kirsten Marie Brien to whom
Administration Building, were givena to answer any questions the J- married. In River Falls their I I contain statements embrac-
group Most of the places of business in 3 was be-
free box lunch which I ing affiant's full knowledge and
was served might wish to ask. !'wo daughters were born. They later
by the ,members of town were closed the entire day as lief as to the circumstances and con-
the Ladies Aid During the day the special train was the Clewiston school. Drug moved to Devil's Lake, N. D., whereh ditions under which stockholdersand

Society: of the Community Church had been taken around the north stores and restaurants closed dur- carried on a successful contracting security holders who do not appear -

and Altar Society; of the Catholic side of the lake and was waiting ont" .lag the festivities at the sugar house. business for a number of years. upon the books of the companyas
the siding at the A. C. L.. station I!I I jI:1 1917 the family moved to Florida, trustees, hold stock and securities -
Following the luncheon the visi- the''' in a capacity other than that of
when the
party arrived. Most of 1 I" :>Citing first in Miami. Mr.\ Gramc I I
tors who Bids Opened For Road and this affiant
had arrived bona fide
by special train a owner;
party took dinner, aboard the train me to Moore Haven in February I
. from New York and Washington, 're- although a large, number acceptedthe I 1 17 and was greatly enthused with I has ro reason to believe that any
"- tmned to their train and about 2:30 26 Construction Soon ,. other person, association, or corpo-'
1' invitation to a cocktail party at t.ie possibilities of the section. He direct indirect
the train left Clewiston. The' I ration has any Interest or -
.' only the executive house just before din established a business here and the in the said stock, bonds, or
stop scheduled was I
'. at Lake Wales The State Road Department received family joined him in September of other securities than as so stated by: ..
;' where a few minutes were to be taken -. ner.The day was concluded with a I bids Tuesday in Tallahassee that year. Mr. and :Mrs.: Gram resided him.
for a visit to the
: Bok Tower. dance at' the Clewiston Inn which for the construction of 14.G8 milesof here until 1924 when they moved to (SIGNED) KEATHLEY BOWDEN,

Traffic was capably handled during most of the visitors attended. Music road on Route 26 from South Bayto Tampa and have resided in that city Editor.

:_ the opening festivities by members -: was furnished by. the popular orchestra -! Miami. This section of the roadIs ever since with the exception of a Sworn to and subscribed beforeme

I\ of the state motor police. A of Bill Doherty of Palm Beach in Broward county and the low few months In 1926 when they re- this 1st day of December, 1936."
: large area had been graded off at, and the floor was'-all too small loj:i bidder was the Badgett Construction t'trned to Moore Haven. (SEAL) BERYL BOWDEN, ,

;t;. .the sugar house and and marked off Intoroadways : accomodate the great number, who.!j Company of Ocala and Memphis, Funeral services were held Tues- Notary(My commission Public. expires fA ri

e. parking lines to facilitate -i attended. Tenn.! with a bid of $318,934.28. day afternoon at 2:00 in the Green- March 9, 1937.) ..lJ
Barking '
and getting away at 'I The fourteen mile stretch runs nan Funeral Chapel in Tampa with

,M the conclusion of the ceremonies.. PARTY VISITS LOCKS IX from Twenty-Mile bend north: to the R<1v. G. F. Snyder, pastor of the

MOORE LIVEN THURSDAY Palm Beach county line. A 2.5 mil? F.yde Park Lutheran church officiat-

List ,of Visitors I stretch at Okeelanta is already un- >lg. The chapel was banked with a NORGE REFRIGERATORSFurniture

As many of the group of visitors der construction by the Spadaro Construction -, r ass of beautiful floral offerings and' Home Furnishings :

I who wished to avail themselves of I Company of Moore Haven. Tributes from his many friends here PHILCO RADIOS :
(Continued" from page 1) the opportunity, were taken to Moore Work is expected to begin on the and elsewhere who held him in such

ton. Haven to inspect the locks at the new contract about, December, 20, high esteem. Interment was in the Household FurnishingsInc.
M. R. Windpr. branch manager of mouth of the Caloosahatchee Canalas depending on the length of time necessary Loma Vista Mausoleum of the Myrtle

the Allis-Chalmers machinery company the first event on the program to receive approval of' the Hill cemetery in Tampa. .

- Atlanta Thursday morning. One bus only contract from the government. Fed-, Besides his widow and two daugh- BELLE GLADE, FLunID.oPAGE \,