The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
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System ID: UF00028415:00608
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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1 < H.: S. COVE IS GUEST i I'Standard' Dredge Tampa ; PIPE LINE LAID FAR Surfacing Contract Is TWO ARE KILLED I IN J 1

Cuts Thru On ContractThe i Extended Quarter Mile

Standard Dredging Company, i i The Ebersbach Construction- Company

MEETINGVEDNESDAY\ contractors on the lower section of i CITY WATER SUPPLY !i I surfacing contractors- of on Pacific the buildingand Avenue LAST SUNDAY '

the Calgosahatchee River dredging;
I --- I from,highway 25 south, .barricadedthe
work, this week cut through at the I .
Henry S. Gove, of Moore Haven The laying of the cast iron pipe I road this week to keep traffic Marcus Luke, 27, was instantly

Area Supervisor and Engineer for upper end of their contract, about from the edge of the rim canal back 'i i: from interfering with the work. killed and O. W. Turner died Tues: '

the WPA was the guest speaker at II two miles east of Fort Denaud and I of the Clewiston Inn to a point approximately -|I Since the awarding of the contract day morning of injuries received

the regular meeting of the Kiwanis immediately began clean-up operations 2,400 feet out in Lake': 'I l for the surfacing of the road, now early Sunday morning when .the j

j : Club Wednesday evening at the Clew- of their contract. Okeechobee as an intake for the water 'i a state highway, for .999 miles south Ford V-8 coach in which they were

-iston Inn and gave a most interest- This had three large hydraulic I' plant here has been completedby i I from road 25 'to where the, road riding crashed through the guard

s ing talk on and answered many I company the Glades Water Company as the I turns east just ,north of the Barracks rail and into the roadside ,canal on)
dredges at work on the con 'I I
questions relative to the regulationsand first step In improvements in the'' an extension has been made road 25 about a mile east of this
time. At the
restrictions governing WP A tract at one present plant which will give to Clewiston I to the contract which carries the city. The driver of the car; 0. D.-:
time all have been removed I
work and paying particular attention the which is finishing residents an adequate supply of i road up to the 'railroad tracks at Luke, and, a brother of' the man killed ,'.
"Tampa" -
to the local project now under- ('I pure, soft water. I the entrance to the sugar house of was not seriously injured.,
the work. The contract, beginning United States
way, the community playground. about two ,miles west of C-lga bridgeran The process of laying this pipe the more'than Sugar Corporation, According to the best information'

Mr. Gove called particular' .attention some twenty miles upstream to was very interesting. In laying the an addition mile. of a .quarterof available the trio had been attending -.

to the difficulty experienced in a point two miles east of the Fort pipe across the deep levee canal pipe On a 'contractorhas a party 'at a beer garden Inhere :.
this\ extension the
securing labor here for projects as Denaud bridge joining the contractof line pontoons left here by a hydraulic ; and had been drinking.It .
concentrated work at this time .
relief labor has to be used and Clew-I the Atlantic Dredging Companyat dredge were used. The pipe was was about four o'clock in the' '-
and has several trucks marl
i ,o iston fortunately has a small percentage that point. The clean-up work is bolted together on this line of pon- I from the experimental levee hauling to build morning when they left in their car

of such labor. Skilled men expected to require approximatelythree toons lying parallel to the canal toward Belle Glade, said to have
the base. The base for the
were particularly hard to fi.d but or four weeks and this sectionof bank. The pontoon line was then original been in pursuit of another car which 1 :

every problem had been worked out the river work will be ready for turned across the canal and the pipe contract was laid by the county sev- had left just 'a minute or two ahead. '
eral months and aside from
satisfactorily on projects in and a- acceptance by the U. S. Engineers.The dropped: into place. From the north ago workon Evidently the car was being drivenat
ditches and
shoulders and the
round this community. He said that sde'of the canal on out into the a terrific speed and a slight fog,
Standard Contract was the widening of the roadway to
at this time there were enough, men lake another system was necessaryand prevalent that morning, preventecl-
I second largest one let on, the river. feet there is little left to do on that
available to work two crews and to this pipe was laid from a chute, the driver from seeing the curve
The MacWilliams company gettingthe section.
." alternate in order that one crew i Ir at the side of the barge, the back until too late. The car evidently
largest contract which.run.s. from W. M. Hoag, of Jacksonville, ar-
could be'working steadily toward I end of which trailed close to the struck the guard rail and slid down
Moore Haven locks to the old Ever- rived this "
week to act as project_ en-
completion of the permanent, fea- lake bottom and the. uppe-i end of the metal fence for some distance be-
glades Drainage lock No. 3 at Lake gineer on the job and is being assisted -
tures. [ which' permitted the joints of pipe fore_ a hub cap caught and pulled
Flirt. There is approximately a mil
by an engineering
He spoke of the location of the to be bolted on well above water. I compos- the car into the fence. Three of the
lion more material in their ''
yards or ed of C. H. Journigan, 'Edward'Car-
project and stated that the well-kept. An asbestos composition pipe was .concrete: posts were pulled out of
contract than in that of the Stand- rol and M. A. Pace, who have been
grounds of the government reserva- used from the water 'plant.to the I the ground and three sections of the-
ard. Only a small section of their here for some time/stationed at the
tion, the administration building and south side of the canal. This also i nietal fence was rolled up> before
,.', work remains and is expected to be Clewiston Inn. Jack Stahl is '
civic park and the churches formeda is in place but has not, as yet, been sup- .the car leaped Into the air and came
finished about the twentieth ,
for the contractor the
perfect background which would of the month.County connected to the cast iron pipe at I,construction work. to rest on its nose in the canal.

be greatly added to by the construc-I the levee. The pipe line will run almost -| Luke was apparently thrown from

tion of the new swimming pool in. the over the levee; cutting through the car in its first impact for his

adjoining block.Although School, Board about six feet, from the top. Local Man AbsolvedOf body was found about sixty feet from, .

the present project does I The' concrete work on the sedi-
where the car first struck the fence.,
not include all that might be desir- Met Monday'in LaBelleThe mentation basin and the filteration Blame in,Accident t" Death appeared to have been instan. ,

,. ed, Mr. Gove stated that it was well tanks was let by contract to Wells taneous Turner 'was also thrown

planned and the ground work' 'was and Forbes of West Palm Beach.
clear of the while the driverstuck -
school board met in car
county R. L. Smith, employed in the of-
and supplementary .
permanent a project Preparations are going forward rap- ,
to the wheel and swam out
might be added later to take regular session at the courthouse in fice' of the U. S. Enginers here was
idly for the first pouring which will
after the had settled in the can"
LaBelle afternoon at 3:00 car
Monday absolved of .
possible in
of other requirements. A plan any guilt
care probably be sometime next week, the I '
al. A load of 'East Coast duck
arid M. E. Von
with DreHampton '
to change to some extent the plan of nn unusual accident which occured
floor of the sedimentation basin. .
hunters shortly after the ac-
I. Jim Maddox the passed
Mach present x near Fort Myers Wednesday night in
the present project had not been con-
The sedimentation basin has a ca- and
cident brought the injured men
third member absent. Attorney L. which his fiarifee Miss Ellen Phil-
K3ilered ,
feasible because of a tight-
pacity of approximately 180,000 gallons -
back to the hospital and notified au
fining O. Gravely, Superintendent L., L. lips, of Sarasota, 'was in <<
-G-, of restrictions which might and into this basin the'' water is seriously thorities.The II
Stallings and acting SuperintendentS. jured. Miss Phillips rallied sufficiently \- ."
have delayed the project. He stated pumped _after being taken from the '
A. Graves were also in attendanceat in Lee Memorial Hospital body of the Luke boy was j
further that a curtailment of expen- lake and chemically treated. Aftera
ditures might be expected at any the meeting. settling period of' between sixteen!Thursday to state that Mr.' Smith prepared for shipment by the Ever- *

time according to the latest inform- The principal item of business was and eighteen hours the water flows was in' no way: to blame. glades Funeral Home 'of Pahokeeand

the completion of the signing of all I was sent. Monday evening to his
ation available with a cut of twenty by gravity into the filter tanks.' Mr. Smith worked_ in the office

...... per cent in labor expected after the papers for refunding of the school's There are two of these, ten feet here as usual Wednesday and evidently home in Sycamore, Ga., for burial.
bonded indebtedness and the His broth r's'" not sufficient -
new I injuries were
first and stated the city was fortu-11 square, with a capacity of about -200 I left as soon ,as the work day '
will within prevent him
bonds probably be issued to accompanyingthe
nate that so' much material for the >> gallons of water per' minute each. was over either for 'Sarasota or to
thirty days and will start off with I body. ,Turner was taken to the
project had already been purchased. From here the water' flows into the : meet Miss Phillips in Fort Myers. I

Mr. Gove closed his talk by\ say an interest rate of three per cent instead clear well from which it is- pumped -] Events l leading up to the: accidentare Lakeview Hospital where it was
of the six cent at for time he had chanceto
per paid pres- thought a a
ing that he hoped another project, into the tank for the use of Clew not known as he had not returned '

:.'.' taking in all desired features would ent. It has been estimated that a iston residents. to Clewiston this afternoon,, but recover, his most serious external
saving will be made of close to injury in the
$20- being a deep gash
: be sponsored in' the future and the It is anticipated that the improve-',, according to news reports from Fort
000. head. However there evidenceof
dreams of the sponsoring; organizations : ments to the plant will give, to Clew- layers, Miss Phillips is quoted assaying was
.. would be fully realized. -I Motion was made and supportedto that she taken paralysis just before his death
j iston as' fine ,a supply of city water was suddenlyill
from bank to belief that his back f
borrow $5,400 the which led to the
i I Following Mr. talk it was as may be found anytiviiere.AMERICAN while they' were riding across the
all teachers in full to the that he suffer-
I. pay county was broken and was
: voted that the regular meeting night_! Edison bridge.. Leaning out of the

.. Christmas week be changed to, Tues first of December, an allottment of I : HOLDS.I window for air, the door, which opens ing from qthexserious internal in-
state funds not been receivedso LEGION He died at 3:00 Tues-
having a. m.
If.. day In order that it would not con- r on the car from the front, came, '
', far this month. REGULAR :MONTHLY: : MEETINGThe day.: A sister in north Florida asked i
flict _with the program to be given open and she .was snatched out of
Two WPA for new school '-- the be held the Paho-
projects that body by
J r at the Community Church on that the' car to fall against the concrete
for the colored childrenat Clewiston American until she arrived
buildings Legion: : kee funeral home
j ff: evening. bridge floor
' Father Walsh Bare Beach and at LaBelle which post held its regular monthly meet- I and made funeral arrangements.Where .
J.. F. pastor of St.Margaret's Mr. Smith told Fort '
had been referred to and approvedby ing Tuesday night at the ClewistonInn Myers reporters the body was taken for burial
: Catholic church was announced that it occured. so'quickly 'he
r'. the county planning board were with good attendance. has not been disclosed.
I :3' as the guest speaker for the did not realize how it happened.) : He i '.

f'I T meeting next week. I signed of and sent to the Miami of-' Aside from the regular routine said that suddenly the door came Marcus Luke was employed in the

! : fice the WPA. business the only matters' discussedwere machine shops at Benbow Camp and
and Miss
open Phillips disappeared;
TOM SHELLEY WINS PRIZE I, Payments were made on the two plans for the Clewiston Com- that he threw on the brakes as I wag single His brother, the only

FOR TELLING TALLEST TALE I :school: buses together with payments, munity Christmas tree which is sponsored quickly as possible and when he !I I married man of the group, is fore

as far as money on hand permitted, each year jointly by the American went back the girl was crumpled upon : man for the sugar sompany at Lib-:

on local bills. I Legion and the Garden Club. II erty Point. Turner was dragline
Tom Shelley lived up to his rep the bridge floor. A passing ,car
The resignation of Mrs. E. Magillas I Commander .. Jones named .
O A., ; a him operator for the sugar company.The
helped take her to the .
utation as a teller of tall tales when hospital.He
teacher in the LaBelle school
committee of Clewiston members of car, dragged from the canal
he put the remainder of his fellow was held that night as a material
was accepted to be effective the first
the post to assist with the local tree by a wrecker from the Sugarland
Kiwanians to shame with his story witness but was released Thursday I .
of the year. The position will prob- and also committees in LaBelle and Service Station of Clewiston was as [
of a hunting trip at the meeting of I after Miss Phillips had regained
ably be filled before the beginningof I. ,
Moore Haven to assist ,in any way completely demolished as it was pos-
the club last Friday night. This was consciousness long enough to exonerate -
the new semester. Mrs. Magill
possible with any Christmas preparations sible for a car to be and those view-
him of all blame in
the regular weekly meeting which connec-
leaves to join liar husband who is
in those towns. ing the wrecked -car express amaze- .
had been postponed because of the tion with the accident. He went directly |
j I employed elsewhere. ]I j i The Clewiston committee: Jay W. to the ment that even one of the occupants
to be at the
sugar cane festival on Wednesday hospital :
and Thursday.A January The next 5 at meeting 2:00'and will immediately be held on |iMoian: W. C. Owen and F. S M.: injured girl's bedside. Mrs Eliza-j! (Continued on Page 10)

prize was offered for the tallest after the meeting the new school!i I Wright. beth Yenich, the girl's mother, was
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tale told 'of a hunting experienceand board will convene. Mr. Hamptonand I I I I The -Moore Haven committee: S. summoned and it was to her that 11AZAAR

1 several good ones were told. Mr. Maddox are the retiring C. Stalls Dr. D. M. Draughn, Luther the girl first told her story. It was'Irepeated TO Ki HELD TOMORROW

None, however, were comparable to members. Davis and J. M. Couse. later to police officers.
I I I The LaBelle committee: S. A. Tomorrow (Saturday) from ten
Mr. Shelley's and the prize, a toy X-Rays 'taken Thursday discloseda
o'clock in the morning until ten o'c'ock -
dog and gun, was awarded to him FIRST TENNIS COURT I I' Graves, R. N. Miller: and W. T. Hull., long fracture of the skull but doc- Ladies
Aid' of
that night the
A feature of the meeting was the
by unanimous consent. COMPLETED< IX PARK, tors agreed that Miss Phillips hada
This was also the end of the first I presentation to Jay W. Moran of a splendid chance to recover if no Community church will conduct'
I i I tl'e'r Christmas bazaar In the Goff
period in the attendance contest and past commander's button. The pre- complications set in. She will -
I The first of the three tennis remain
the Dixie Crystal
the side captained by A. .W. Sias was i i courts to be constructed in the com- sentation was made by another past' in the Fort Myers hospital for Building adjoining

declared the winner. The other side. I I munity recreation park has been ;commander, J. E. Beardsley.- !1i II II several days for observation before Theatre.For several weeks the ladies haY

captained by Dr. J. W. Ezelle paid i I moved to Sarasota
; j completed and as soon as the con-' being a hospital been preparing articles of fancl-

,: for the dinners after which the win-I' crete has been cured sufficiently the I .MRS. SMITH ENTERTAINS II | where she is employed as a,jiursc. work for the bazaar which will io-

%' ners treated to cigars. court will be ready for use. Mean- I WITH BRIDGE LUNCHEON; Mr. Smith's many friends In Clew elude any number of dainty Christmas -

I time work has been started on the II iston and elsewhere will regret the
---- I gifts which will be greatly appreciated -

DEAD NEGRO FOUM I second of the remaining twocourts.. I Mrs. G. E. Smith' entertained TuesII | unfortunate accident and will wish :: by anyone. In addition

NEAR F. E. C. TRACKS: { Backstop will probably be erected I day with a bridge luncheon at her for the rapid recovery of his fiance. there will be A food salexand lunches

I within the next few days at the com- home. Bridge and Michigan were I will be served.

An unidentified negro man was pleted court, materials being on hand i played during the afternoon after LADIES AID MEETS I

found near the tracks of the Florida at this time for the purpose. I.the delicious luncheon.

East Coast Railway in Belle Glade L M. Pafford.Is working on finals Those attending were: : Mrs. M. S.. The December:: meeting of the Ladies Cake and coffee were served by

last night badly mangled and it I plans for the community house i Ludekens, Mrs. "J. W. Francis, Mrs. Aid 'Society of the Community the hostess at the close of the meting -

generally supposed that he fell from which will be asked' as a separate ','Amy Hall, Mrs. M..J. Hirsh, Mrs. church was held at the church L which was concerned principally -

the cane train of the United StatesSugar I project and on which favorable action j Olin Carleton Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Thursday with Mrs. R. H. Collins 'wIth routine business and plans

Corporation as it cam i is hoped by the WPA. Thjs Mrs. Robert McLauren, Mrs. W. P. as hostess. About thirty members for the bazaar.' ,

through that town. He was not an.I house, if approved, will be constructed -i Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. Male Wright and were In attendance. Only routine The next meeting will be with

(Continued on Page 10; near the center of the park. Mrs. L. H. Robbins. business was discussed. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson at her home.p .




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f. > *, Temptation r The Cop Had a ,'

BRISBANE Test for the Cowhoy 'Q)?

HPO RESIST temptation once

I'.. is not a sufficient proof of A hard-driving taxi driver, ina

THIS WEEK ICwVQ/71Je/tJytt4 honesty. If a servant, indeed, mid-west city ignored a red

were to resist the continued crossing signal, threatened' the

temptation of silver lying in a traffic policeman's knees, misseda

To Store Food in Mines IN REVOEW window when he is sure his street island by, a hair, and just

[, President's Good Idea master does not know: how grazed a loaded bus, all in one

. No Criticism for Germany much there is of it, he would mad dash. _
i Babies byCdUJPt( ; live strong proof of honesty.But The policeman hailed him witha
:"J; Japan's Many this is a proof to which shrill blast from his whistle,

.: While the President talks peace Western Newspaper Union. you have no nght,to put a man. then strolled over to the taxi, pull-

t. :; for all the Americas, England, There'is a degree of temptation ing a big handkerchief from his
... "The soviet union begs no one to
hers ReceivesMr. ;
t: locked in Buenos Aires which will overcome any vir hip pocket en route.
rt'; m 11 island, I be its partner. It does not ask for tue. Now .in far "Listen !" he
Roosevelt Warmly % unions, alliances or combinations.The so as you approach cowboy growled,
separated by nar- cruiser Indianapolis and temptation to a mdn, "on the way back I'll drop this
S THE day will come when the Red
I f. row water from A its convoy, the Chester, entered army and navy will be forced to defend you do him an injury; and, if I and see if you can pick it up with

European hatred, the harbor of Buenos Aires, a saluteto the Fatherland. Then they will he is overcome, you share his your teeth while in full tilt. If
realizes that it President Roosevelt boomed from guilt.-Dr. Johnson. you're the real thing, O.K. Else
show unprecedented and
1. would be hard to courage
the guns of eleven heroism and fighting ability."I you get a ticket-Montreal! Star.
keep out of a big
warships, ten squadrons am sure the soviet union will
war. She might,
.of airplanes stand as a fortress against the
some day, move wheeled overhead, waves of a Fascist sea." Shot His Way HomeIn Castles in the AirIf

,. her imperial] and thousands of How well prepared Russia is for 1876 the St. Louis National you have built castles in the
1 London to cheering citizens war if it comes was indicated bya Baseball club had a player whoseone air, your work need not be lost;

Montreal or Quebec crowded the water report that her naval forces have and only ambition was to there ia where they should be.

the front. 'Argentiniansgenerally increased 1,700 per cent since 1933, make a home run. After monthsof Now put foundations under
/ French govern- approveof and that she soon will have 7,000 futile attempts, he reached a them.Thoreau.From .

Mr. Roosevelt'spolicies airplanes and 100,000 pilots. "If the state of exasperation one day
ment once moved
p. ,Arthur Brisbane and he was German Fascists threaten which
our coun- caused him to stretch a two
from Pans to
'a, theirPresident
Bordeaux, and the Spanish govern- ---.,,, .. welcomed. .to. try, woe unto them," declared base: hit into a home run-by MEDICAL JOURNAL
as great
ment recently from Madrid to Val- benevolent capital dicta- Corps Commander Krhipin, assist- shooting two infielders. Intoxi- a
Roosevelt ant commander of the Red army cated with success, he also shot
tor. They had THIS ABOUT COLDS :
,air forces. the umpire.Collier's Weekly. : '. Wi
'% planned to give him an elaborate V. M. Molotov, president of the r.
what her
England wonders pea reception but it was toned down council of commissars ?

ple would eat if war should sub-be somewhat at his request. President love for the German people, professed but in- True HeroismThe The researchesof %tt -I
forced her with
upon enemy the
jr Justo who already had greeted
her tense hate for their leaders who, he ( these doctors)
: marines and airplanes sinking wireless met characteristic of
distinguished guest by genuine
said "have well earned their ledthemtobelicvcthatcoldsresultfromanacidcondition
...;' : food ships. She is not self-support- appellation -
I him at the dock and accompaniedhim of 'modern cannibals.' heroism is its persistency. All men of she body.To overcome this they
y'; ing, and her newly organized "food the Then have wandering fits and
to American embassy. Japan announced her intention to impulses, prescribe various alkalies."That's w by,today..
f.f>. .; plans department" will try to store Mr. Roosevelt, Secretary of State starts of generosity. But when you MENTHOL
':r. away enough food to last at least Hull and members of the American build as quickly as possible an have resolved to be great, abide I LUDEN'S COUCH DROPS SI
to that of Russia and
army equal ;
a year. As a "cache" for the food, conference and do not NOW CONTAIN AN
delegation to the peace Minister of,Marine Nagano said the I by yourself, weakly try
England is using worked-out coal made a formal call at the govern I to reconcile yourself with the ALKALINE FACTOR
also would be
navy en-
which down
mines of going
many, ment house. world.Emerson.Joy .
thousands of feet, should be safe larged. Premier Leon Blum, say-
Next day, after a ride about the
ing that the international situation
from bombardment.
city, President Roosevelt attendedthe
r r "never has been as serious or as M
session in the r
extraordinary leg- 'dangerous in the last three monthsas
The President's trip to South Am- islative palace to open the Pan- "
it is now, declared pointedlythat
erica proves to have been a most American peace conference whichhe
France, second only to soviet
useful idea. Great crowds welcomed initiated. A formal dinner for
Russia, possessed the "most
him in his brief stop at Rio de him at the government house anda pow-
erful military force in continental
'a' Janeiro, as he drove through the reception for all conference del- "
) streets with the Brazilian President egates followed. The event of the
Getulio Vargas, bands playing "The third day was a luncheon at the i; ,
Green Is Re-Elected
Star-Spangled Banner American embassy in honor of by

The President will talk peace and President and Mrs. Justo. Then Federation of Labor

business, at least as much business Mr. Roosevelt embarked and startedon WILLIAM GREEN was re- o i D P

-i as peace, and he will make the return trip, with a brief stop president of the h ns

friends for us all in South America. ,scheduled for Montevideo, capitalof American Federation of Labor be-

Uruguay.On fore the closing of the convention

You may count that day rare on his way south President, in Tampa. Secre-. "' .
-with ....
which Chancellor Hitler's government Roosevelt stopped a few hours in tary Frank Morrison -

does' nothing new and queen Rio de Janeiro, where half a mil- and the 14 vice finer shortening

A 'Dramatic criticism and literary criticisms lion citizens turned out in the rainto presidents also were '.

are now forbidden in Germany give him an enthusiastic wel- chosen for- another in the bright red Jewel carton I

Constructive criticism is of come. President Vargas showed term. In his speechof

greatest value to actors and writers; him the magnificent Brazilian cap- acceptance Mr. Many a famous Southern cook has made her reputation with Jewel

the intelligent among them are ital, and he addressed an extraor- Green made a renewed pastry, cakes, and hot breads. A Special-Blend of vegetable fat with
grateful for it. dinary session of the parliamentwith plea to JohnL.
other bland cooking fats Jewel actually creamsfaster;makes more tender
The Ruler of the universe
was an eloquent plea to all peo- Lewis and his
his own critic, "and God saw every- ples of the western continent to keep 'y rF F C. I. O. associatesto baked foods. And,with a high smoke point, it's excellent for frying.

thing that He had made, and, be- out of war and settle their prob- "come back to

hold, it was very good." All need lems with good will and understanding. Williamour:: home and fight

;, criticism, thet powerful need it more the common foe.
>' 'than others, and Hitler will have Green This the insurgentsshow

it when history is written. His min- "Mystery, Man" Zaharoff no sign of doing. The 1937

ister that. of propaganda\ cannot, control Dies in Monte Carlo convention The convention was awarded refused to to Denver.concur Find your in Accomplishment joy in what you do- I I Forgive Liberal thyself to little Others, but for- I

THE cause of world peace should in four resolutions attacking the Supreme not in what you intend to. do. give others J much.
the gainer by the death of
Tokyo reports for Japan the court. It instructed the ex=
Sir Basil Zaharoff in Monte Carlo.
c'' world's highest birth rate; 2,180- ecutive council to have a bill for Ing, are likewise risky. How can you
'Known the of MEAT PERFECT
: 703 new Japanese babies arrived in "as "mystery man the six hour day and five day week tell whether or not the meat is thor-

1935, more than in 1934 by 148,931. the Europe master, he salesman was for of many armamentsand years introduced in congress and declaredthe AFTER 8 YEARS oughly smoked? But if you want to

Japanese marriages are increas- 30 hour week to be the "par-

ing, divorces decreasing; the latter that'amassed and other an immense business fortunein enter- amount objective" of the A. F. of L, IN OPEN ROOMSomeone I

down to less than one in 1,000 mar-
prises. Born in Odessa, Russia, of should tell Mr. "Believe-
riages. Japanese husbands and
wives Greek parents, ,Zaharoff had all of League Council to Deal It-or-Not" Ripley this story that .tosra Xarsf1k
better than I
get along
cans do.The Europe for his field of operations.He With Spanish WarGPAIN'S comes from John S. Hill, store- VEARSI ,,-
was knighted in England, be- keeper in South Carolina. "I have
government appealed to the back door of my
came a citizen of France and mar- now hanging on
great contract bridge com- ried a Spanish duchess. He gave the council of the League of store," he writes, "a strip of meat

petition ends ,and the Harold Van. valuable aid to the Allies duringthe Nations to deal with the menace to smoked with FIGARO Condensed

:_ derbilt cup goes to four players World war, founding chairs of "peace and good will among na Smoke EIGHT YEARS ago. This

called the Kaplan team; Phil Abram- aviation at Paris and Petrogradand tions" allegedly created by Italo- piece of meat is ribbed belly, about s ; z a ; z
sohn. Fred Kaplan, Harry Fishbeinand German recognition of the fascist 18 inches long and 6 inches wide. It
presenting 25,000 pounds ster-
rebel J. A. Is firm, sweet and sound as a dollar '
Irving Epstein. Mr. Vanderbilt, ling to the British government for. junta. Secretary C. Ave- in
'+ on hand to present his cup, ,might a similar purpose. nol thereupon convoked the council, --neither rancid nor spoiled .

telephone Chancellor Hitler that you though at this writing the date for any manner, and has kept perfectly the
; ,i do not have to be an "Aryan" to the meeting is unsettled. It was be- these eight years. for
Litvinov Attacks Nazi I have ever seen
finest thing
understand bridge. < lieved Italy would refuse to attend It
Foes of Soviet Russia\ the session; Germany is no 'longera smoking meat I have ever been since using it.. was

Mr. Green's and Mr. Lewis' union WHAT Russia thinks of the member of the league. French first put on the be SURE all your meat will keep
leaders of statesmen didn't the perfectly right through the summer
labor organizations indicate that Germany and approve SpanisH market.
their differences may be settled their anti-communism pact with Ja- action, feeling that it compli- (Signed) months, wash it thoroughly after
4'r which is good news. Organized labor pan was set...forth in plain words cated an already serious situationand TS' John S. Hill. It comes out Condensed of the cure Smoke, over

: should present a united front against oy Foreign Minister could do no good. Mr. Hill has to FIGARO inch. FIGARO pene .....

too-short pay and long hours. Maxim Litvinov in C Madrid was being continually buy the' meat he every trates.square It keeps meat from drying-

The prosperity of the nation de- I an address! before hammered by rebel shells and cures. so he can- out. It positively PREVENTS skip
& the all union con- bombs, and there was intense fight- not afford to lose
pends on how much .the workers pers, green mold, or rancidness.
v have to spend. gress of Soviets in ing daily in University City, the any of it. Yet the Flavor?, You'll say the meat Is the ,
t', Moscow. which northwest section of the average farm Is
" Italy, capital, finest you ever ate. And the cost

,:'," China says she will risk war with has just concludeda ...;wn3 .:.: where the insurgents had penetrated. every does lose year 50, lbs.be- less than one-third cent per pound I

" Japan rather than let Japan take similar agreementwith The American embassy was wmmmrmm <-- cause the meat HAS SMOKED OVER TWO

/ more of her territory. If that war Tokio, was in- closed on orders from Washingtonand S.E.COLGIN is not thorough- BILLION POUNDS OF MEAT
cluded in his denun- Eric C. Wendelin, charge d'af- Discoverer of Protest
smoked. Dur- 30 S. Eugene
comes it will illustrate the differ- CondrntingSmoke More than years ago
ence between a country prepared ciations. Litvinov i faires, gave protection to those of tog cold weather, Colgin, Texas farmer boy, discovered -
asserted that GerI I Americans who,wished to go to Va- smoke to-
Japan, and one unprepared and disorganized keeping meat is a simple matter. how to"condense
China. many and Japan lencia to board a United States war- But when summer comes, or a warm liquid form. With addition of a few-

Japan's unspoken answer to Chi- were joined in a se- M' Lltvmov ship. spell during the winter, look out. Ingredients to Improve the flavor*.

na's war threat is her birth rate. cret military alliance for the pur- Rancidness develops. You suddenlyfind etc., It is called FIGARO Condensed

Those millions of babies pose of launching a war which Alleged Japanese Plan the meat alive with "skippers," Smoke. Since then, FIGARO has-
{ must would spread to all continents, and or worms. Green mold appears on been used to smoke more than two ,
somewhere.Sir .
; go added that soviet Russia still stood for Inner Mongolia it. Or It dries out and hardens. billion pounds of meat! Your dealer ,"

irrevocably for peace. Said he: TROOPS of Suiyuan province in Thorough smoking Is the only has It, or can get It; in S2osize
Basil Zah troff, called "mys- "Fascist countries make one chal- recently captured the known way to prevent all these (enough for 500 Ibs.), $1.50; or the

tery man" and "richest on earth lenge after another to peace-loving stronghold of Fringe Teh Wang, troubles. But how? Everyone knows 16-oz. size, (enough for 250 Ibs.),.

dead of heart, disease at eighty-six, democratic states and we hope be- rebel leader in Mongolia, and some how uncertain the old smokehouse $1.00.But DON'T TAKE CHANCES I
had for his motto, "Every man has fore long those states will stand up secret documents seized there reveal method Is. Other so-called smoking Use FIGARO on every pound

his price." He dealt in munitions to them. a Japanese plot to set up an methods, or substitutes for smok- year. Adv.

and he may :' have bought, as wellas "The soviet union has no reasonto Inner Mongolian puppet state to

helping to kill, many. Begin- change its position, which was be known as the Great Yuan em-

ning poor, in Constantinople, Za-. I and always will be-peace. It wants pire. This would extend westward FIGARO

haroff climbed to the top in money peace for itself and for. all other from Jehol to Sinkiang. The docu- THE %sU>nDALLAS/TEX.

and intrigue. It matters little where countries. ments disclosed that Japan has already -
you start, what matters is inside "It wants no words-there has spent 50,000,000 Chinese dollars Manufacturers of Smoke Products

the head. been too much talk-but action from on this project and is preparedto FIGARO Condensed Smoke-Barbecue Smoke Sauce-Sausage Seasoning:
King Features Syndicate ino. others. about
WNU Service. spend 400,000,000 more.


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'G ,IMPROVED I oo Ideal Companionship Foreign Words

\ 'U UNIFORM INTERNATIONALs The Lack of It Is Death" and PhrasesA .

mmChristmas- TRUE love must be built up-
r SUNDAY 1 on true endMan was not made to live alone. la francaise. (F.) In the' :
LessonBy ship; there can be no other He is a gregarious creature. He is French style.Caeteris .
I foundation for it. The man attracted to his own kind in,order paribus. (L.) Other
'REV. HAROLD L LUNDQU1ST. and the woman must have the that his individuality may be protected things being equal.
Dean of the Moody Chicago.Bible Instituteof all-powerful sense of ideal com- by the group. Aristo has Dies faustus. (L.) A lucky day.

Western Newspaper Union Quilt panionship between them. They called him "a political animal." Ex pede Herculem. (L.) To
must be able to say with truth For him, in the words of Williamto judge of the whole from a part.
themselves that the world Morris, "fellowship is life and Flitterwoch. (Ger.) tA honey-
Lesson for December 13 'by will always be richer to them the lack of it is death." Man's moon. .

Blanche Tanner Dillin together than apart. There may civilized life is made possible by Gutta cavat lapidem non vi sed
JOHN'S VISION ON PATHOS be many other elements in love the co-operation of his fellows. We saepe cadendo. (L.) Constant
but there be love at all
can no :
' are all bound together in the bundle dripping wears away the stone;
LESSON TEXT-Revelation 1418. snow was beautiful bu11! without this element. Harold persistence will accomplish more
of fife "No liveth to
GOLDEN TEXT-Fear not:.I am the first'and THE one feel] somewhat Frederic. man than force.
the last:....behold. I am alive for ever Nancy Atwell thought himself." We only become our
Haute nouveaute. (F.) The latest -
Revelation 1:17, 18.
more. :
best by merging life into the
as she stood at the window watch Doubt indulged soon becomes novelty.
Again.PRIMARY TOPIC-When John Saw Jesus ing the falling snow. For an instant doubt realized. life of others. W. CallendarWake. Insouciance. (F.) Unconcern;'
she regretted refusing the urgent .
JUNIOR TOPIC-Jerusalem, the Golden. indifference.
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- invitations of her two brothers-
Listening to the Ever-Living Christ. and two sisters to spend the holi
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- days with them. Each of them

; The Living Christ Among the Churches. had been insistent but were all sc I Cuddle Toys Jor Gifts I I
I far away it was out of the ques-
The first chapter of the Revelation tion, financially and she didn'1
I while it is an introduction to want them to furnish the money-
the entire book, is worthy of ,study and then for years she had spent bear, whose jacket is extra, and J 1
by itself as a glorious revealing of Christmas here in the Connecticuthills j, the chick, whose flapping wingsare
Jesus Christ, his person and work. with grandmother and she separate. Your gayest cotton part nos
Some will wish< to use the chapter couldn't imagine it seeming like 7% scraps can go into the making of
:1 as a preface to the study of the Christmas any place else. 6 these winning gifts. In pattern

a solemn and instructive messages to Peggy North, her old and dear 5609 you will find a transfer pat-
the seven churches of Asia which friend had written that she could : t .. tern for the four animals; instruc- LIGHTS INSTANTLY-NO WAITINGHere's I
are found in chapters 2 and 3; but for the tions for making them;' material the iron that will"smooth your: way i
I not get away holidays, so Ironing day". It will save your itrength ;
for most schools it will be better to hoped that Nancy could be with requirements.To ..help you do better Ironing easier and quicker j'j'on ,
II concentrate on the messages of the her. obtain this pattern send 15 at less cost.
A Instant Lighting Iron...no heating
I chapter, itself.: Nancy had done little toward any FI in'stamps or coins (coins with matches...no waiting.The evenly-heated
'preferred) to The Circle double pointed base irons with fewer
, Sewing garments
and nad left
I. His Person. sort of festivities put. strokes.Large glsss-mooth base slides easier.
! While many of the characteristics ting up the decorations until the Household Arts Dept., 259 West Ironing time is reduced one-third. Heats Itself j
I Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y. use it anywhere. Economical.too...coats '
here last minute. In fact she hadn'tbought
,I of the Son of God are presented, only/I an hour to operate. See :your local
, two are particularly emphasized. anything new-the old ones hardware dealer. j 1",

1. His eternity (vv. 8, 11, 17). would do well enough. Perhapsshe f Stunting GrowthWho about FREE this FoUer wonderful-Illustrating iron. Send and postcard.telling all I
In a world which understands but might just as well go up to the 63191 II''I
little of the meaning of its past, attic now and see what there was. are those men that meas- THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO. ''I
Dcpt.WU319.Wichita Kant.
ure futurity by the shadow of ;Chicago UL; :
which lives in a badly befuddled It might seem more like Christmas Philadelphia,Pa.;Lot Angeles Ca1i. :1
then own littleness? It is as if the ;
I present, and admittedly knows noth- with some decorations around.As "Eenie, Meenie, Minie, Mo"-
loose stones lying about a foUnda-
ing of the future, it is a source of she opened a drawer in an old it's hard to decide which.to make
tion were to "You can buildno These
I the deepest satisfaction and peace chest her hand touched grand. -but why make just one, why not higher than say Advertisements !
i of heart to know and serve the One mother's old quilt"Grandmoth all! Delightful cuddle toys, these, Hunt. heads.-Leigh Give You Values i
I, who "is and was and which is to er's happiness quilt," as she always and just the soft, warm playthingsfor
come, the Almighty." He already called it. It was just such a a baby's arms. There's noth- --- -
"was in the beginning," and is to day as this so long ago when sit. ing to the making of them, for
be through all eternity. ting at grandmother's feet downin each is composed of but two
2. His glory (vv. 5, 13-16). the "setting" room she had pieces, with the exception of theAsk
' Jesus Christ is presented in verse heard the history of the pieces in i iof

5 as "the faithful witness and first the quilt. There was no place herein SOUPS
begotten of the dead," who is the the attic to look at it, so together .*.rr..u.r............... i
, ruler "over all the kings of the with wreaths and garlands o/

I earth." The followers of Christ have Me Another !
a glorious captain and leader. The
kingdoms 'of all the earth are his 94 General: Quiz KINDS I
; 1 by rjght. Some day he will rule 'FIFERf
I Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.Relrerwrererreercrrer .
in fact and in person.

I 1 0 The infinitely beautiful descriptionof .eesw FLAVOR
our Lord in verses 13 to 16 is
, 1. In what' zone do the trade
I almost beyond interpretation. Have
Qn 'Y winds blow?
seen him in his majesty and
you 2. What is meant by the gloam-
glory? The one who is "in the Spiriton .
the Lord's Day" still
can see
3. In printing, what is a font?
"him who is invisible" (Heb. 11:27).
4. What' is a virtuoso?
H. His Work. 5. Of what is gingham made?
1. His victory (v. 18). 6. Where was Gilead? _
He died for our sins but "was 7. What does anthropoid mean?

raised again for our justification" 8. About how long was a cubit?
(Rom.' 4:25). We have not a dead, 9. Into what body of water does
but a living Saviour. He has "the She Had Heard the History ot the the Ganges flow?
keys of death and hell." The one Pieces. 10. In music, what is a triad?
r who follows a human leader parts 11. Was Lafayette ever capturedin
i f with him at the grave. But he who tinsel she carried the quilt down to battle?
> : r follows Christ does not lose him the room where ,she had heard its 12. Did women vote in some states
when he passes over into the next history for the fist, time and before the Federal amendment
world, for he is there, and he has spread it out on the bed. granted them, suffrage?
I f the keys of all authority, not only Here was a piece from the dres Answers
i in this world but also in that which grandmother had worn when
I I is to come. Here 1. The torrid.
grandfather proposed was
,i ,: 2. His love (v. 5). the piece of grandmother's wed 2. Dusk. EItt AND YET THEY COST
r How deep and rich was his love ding dress-others from Christen. 3. A complete assortment of type Q'
r,, toward us. It sent him to the cross. ing robes party dresses, wedding of a particular kind A.4 ONE-FOURTH LESS! '\,.
3. His redemption (v. 5). dresses and dresses worr on other 4. A master, in some art. ?:
t He "washed us from our sins in happy occasions-some almost in 5., Cotton. ",",,:.s.::
f his own blood." We read in shreds, but still enough left to re- 6. East of the Jordan. ':,.",
r' Hebrews 9:22: that "without the call the stories to Nancy as Grand- 7. Man-like. S iJtm14au 7fuh1ize4t
I i shedding of blood there is no remis- mother Atwell had told them. How 8. 18 to 20 inches.
sion. The cults and creeds which grandmother had loved telling 9. The Bay of Bengal.
I ; deny or ignore the need of cleansing them and how she had laughed at 10. A chord of three tones. FAi ea1ku4l
\J1,;, in the blood of Jesus Christ some memory Nancy had com- 11. Yes, while defending the fron- 4it

may be religious but they are not mented on what a happy life tier of France.
r Christian. grandmother had had. No one ever 12. Yes.

1 4. His fellowship (v. 13). had a happier one grandmother
I The candlesticks are churches assured her. How cheerful, unself-

I [ and the stars are God's messen' ish, grandmother had been, never \\ Illi/i/. d .li '!'% 114
gers. They are not alone in the dwelling on her own troubles but
l world; he is "in the midst." DC ready to help others in theirs.

( we recognize his presence? Nancy recalled the times grand.
I 5. His return (v. 7). mother had been the means of
[ "Behold, he cometh with clouds." making the path a little smoother,
How can anyone read the New Test- the pain less keen by the gift of 'I''i lit
; ament and fail to see, and to teach something lancy especially want /'id '
I and to preach the Lord's return? ed or the fulfilling of some cherished -
i He is coming again. What is our plan ot Nancy's. And when MANY PEOPLE PON'T REALIZE
duty in the light of his coming? Nancy was left alone in the old "
a. To live lives of purity and home and grandmother sent for how nourishing QUAKER' ,.

Christian nobility. (Read I John 3:3, tier she must have guessed just 'rig''' PUFFEP MEAT REALLY !5. '
and compare vv. 1 and 2.) how much Nancy wanted the rest \
,-, b. To be diligent in sacrificial and quiet the hills would give her. s COMPARE ,
service. "Occupy till I come" Nancy never forgot the smile and WITH OTHER.
(Luke 19:13) is the command of the embrace with which grandmother -
one who "went into a far country greeted her no rehearsing of ifs FINE FOOPS. j f. PROTEIN

to receive for himself a kingdomand painful experiences. but plahs immediately r,, for GROWTH
to return" (Luke 19:11)). made for sappy days in CALORIES for ENERGY .IRON for STRENGTH fe**t-a.'p%,
the future. Nancy's loss had beengrandmother's MM/> Soft Cream Cheese

.t Love of Nature as well. but grand- Dried!JeanS.... 9Pe gmS 01: Spinach.. Lot m my. peroz. *k ,. 3.18 gms. per oz.
The presence of the love of Natureis mother had never :let others know NavY
an invariable sign of the shadows that crossed her iPUFFED; 130 mgrsv to .,. WHEAT
goodness of path. PVFFEfA.r.... 106.0 .., WHEAT per oz. ? PUFFED
heart and justness of moral perception : What a satisfaction it must be to WH&J'\ per 4.9 gms. per o*.

though by no means of I be able to help others as grand ,,,, INNER
moral practice. When it is originally mother had. Then Nancy saw how L' WAX BACA '
absent from any mind, that mindis she could do the !)same m'a measure ; { QUAKER ORIGINATED THE
in many respects hard, worldly, at least First she could give SHOT-FROM-GUNS PROCESS
and degraded-Ruskin. Anna a vacation over the holidays. I U S6ALB THAT MAKES QUAKER PUFFED / 9 9p
ext she would wire Peggy she LR f
A Wife would be with her over Christmas. f'F
There is one name which I can As she laid the quilt away after Lip FLAVORY. ASK FOR THE

never utter without a reverence due carryuig out her plans aeep grati TRIPLE-SEALED PACKAGE IyyRgp
to the religion which binds earth tude filled ner heart for if she THAT GUARDS ITS FRESHNESS. j (
to heaven-a name cheered,> beau hadn't found the quilt she would Ak f'f
tiful, exalted and hallowed-and that never nave known the happiness
is the name of wife.-Bulwer. she now felt.
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The Clewiston News financiers. Occasionally a newspaperman man berth after the entertainment
would get a break but it was was .the porter's remark "Boy, dey .

only at such times as the more distinguished sho do raise cane in dis town." 'rj; =. ...e. ..:..":-.e..c.. ....................,........ ..............,....................._!............................;.;.....e.N.N..N.N.H..N..H......II
and honorable gentlemenin
Published Friday In Clewiston,
every The following morning we journ- GJ
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, our group were taking time out ':?l '
to the Clewiston house !
or'were eyed sugar
to rest their dogs engagedin
Inc. where ceremonies attending the opening 'Irl I:.
swlngin' It, with one of the more
fortunate members of the feminine of the seasons operations and ""
Keathley Bowden, Editor contingent. For one evening at least official starting of the mill were Ii I" CLEWISTON I I
Washington had nothing. on Clewis scheduled. Acting as master of ceremonies 60LF !
Senator Claude Pepper introduced .
ton for social activity.
Entered as second class mail mat- the celebrities in the group,
Then somebody started asking for il1 :
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post. beginning with ranking Senator I
autographs and from then on life
OffIce in Clewiston, Florida, under King of Utah. Others called on were I
I. miserable for the boys COURSEJ
was press: as
the Act of March 3, 1897. Senator Frazer of North Dakota, .:. I .
it they were the only ones .
seems ; .:.
Senator Thomas of Oklahoma, Sena- 'i' 'w I .:.
fountain and
who possessed pens
I tor Bulow of South Dakota, Senator i! 'I'J I .:
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. the business of lendin' 'em and keep- McCarren of Nebraska, Senator Andrews .;. .-1f'i I I .'.'
Advertising rates on application. in' track of 'em for the rest of the y I .;.
Hill and Loftin of Florida.
evening left us little time for any- :!: I (
Congressmen introduced were Hampton -| :::
and thing Fulmer and Joseph P. Richards : .:.
advancement }
Devoted to the homes took the place I
of South Carolina, William E. Carl- ;: -
*"-e'tare' of Clewiston and Hendry of night clubs and when the dance ::
ton of Mississippi, Millard Caldwell, j II
County. was over groups of visitors' were
Wilcox and Peterson of Florida. Other i

ties royally that entertained lasted as long at private as anyone par distinguished guests included j ... [ Open to the Public ] :
Pedro Machado, representing the I
Russell Kay Describes His was able to take it. The last thingI I Cuban Department of Agriculture, L
remember after crawlin in my pull- I
Impressions of Cane Festival (Continued on Page 10) ??

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(Featuro story:-written: exclusively; :i: 1 ".
for PXS papers by Russell Knj) y t.- I z> I :i:
Traveling by special train from I 'c':' .;.
""Washington, a group of 92 disting- f I I ':.
uished business and political leaders, y
t: I II Moderate Green Fees
guests of Clarence Bitting, presidentof ::1: .
Where ,
Corpora- .'W) Quality Means the Most in I
the United State Sugar III
tion, peered sleepily from Pullmancar '1 ln Beauty Care. ; 4? 1'I Exceptional Fairways t:
windows for what to many of I ?
:, r
Interesting Greens
Them was their first glimpse of Flor- II ..1: I" :i:
deep into the I .' .
ida. While they were I,, I.. .
heart of tho btte, several hundred I {.
Hopkins r'T "
Building 'Phone 392 :_ _
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line, their -
miles from the Georgi :
state had been f, J.'.' .:N:N N:.':N:N N:::..:N:N:..:hti N N NON. .. : N. .. .1It'
journey through the i f:NON N:N:L:H: :N: N:N N : :N:N:N.ti: :N:H.N.N:N:N:

under the cover of darkness. .. .... ---.c'-J: : E ..'___". """'_ y ,
Permitted to join the' party at
Jacksonville tae evening before as
of the Florida News
Service a representative, my first notes on the trip r 1I1I1I''I'III'IIIIIIIIII''II'IIIIIIIIIIIIII' <4I'1 11II1I1II1II1I".J]' IIIIIIIIIII"i 'I\lIJJ1l1lI1l11! m_ ''IIIIIIIIIIIII<&i l ;(jijll111I1I11I1'1''iIIlil! iWmIllIIlIlIlOJ "illlllllllllR'i llIIlill iiI iII iITI:

were to record the reactions of these ,

Florida visitors to the scene that I I
greeted them when: they awoke in -

the heart of the glades country. : .. .. We have line

Amazement and disappointmentseemed j a complete of toys
to be evident on the facesof ;
all who had not visited the state '
before., They couldn't get over the 4 > for your Christmas needs. Come

never-ending cane fields,, the flat- % "

als ness them with;of as the their the country train high; banks the moved giant puzzled slowly can- \ ( 'Lq'A'. ':: ?, :' in and let us help you with your

; '
along toward Port Mayaca ques- :'.<'
tioning eyes searched in vain for : :.. lions.
the tropical jungle they had antici- :. se

pated; not even a swamp was in evidence ) i

Their vision of Florida, created ,
largely from scenes found in old .i i
georgraphies or resort folders left
them nonplussed. There were no r !
palm trees, no groves of golden

fruit, no bathing girls, not even an ,

alligator. And this was Florida, the I .. ,
Nation's Playground! The Land of -.

Flowers! 1nv "
The party, made up of nine Unit" ( Welcome To < ;

ed States Senators, five Congressmen ... ...
officials of the Department of I \
:---. Agriculture and other bureau heads, CLEWISTON'S\X: ;

bankers, industrial leaders, press I Ii.
representatives of New York and :
Washington i. ;\'<:, .,,' :
papers columnists,

trade prominent journal editors FloridiJ\ns and, a were numberof on .; CHRISTMAS CITy" :; ;r:

their way to Clewiston for the Sugar ,
Cane Festival and official openingof
the sugar house at that point. i

Assisting. President Bitting as I I

host, especially to the ,senatorial del-
egation, were Senators Pepper and -
GIFT SHIRTS Mother would
Andrews, Loftin and Hill, while appreciateMEN'S SUITS
Congressman Caldwell, Peterson and ; BED ROOM SLIPPERS

'Vilcox'shared the honor as far as This perfectly
.', the visiting congressmen were cond tailored shirt 79c to $1.95 Men all wool

:, cerned. s __ 3-IR
Leaving their special train with the E
at Port ; verThe practical gift for sister
j ,
;;., Mayaca, the group entered waiting -
;: Florida ; smooth Collar, would be
: Motor Lines buses for an PAJAMAS I .,
t all-day trip which took them.' on an which assures gifts for father, )
..: inspection tour of the Phipps citrus 98c d m I
't. development, the Federal SugarCane you perfect I

f'. Breeding Station, Canal Point, neatnes .with- brother or son. I
: and South Bay, through two of the hose
.:.:. sugar companies' cane plantations, out starch. Fan Dont say say __ I

'.: through th'e rich vegetable sectionof and solid STRIPE
Pahokee, to the State Correction $1.29&$1.75cy GOLD 50 \ l
Farm, Belle Glade and Chosen, the colors, for Christmas f.) 4
Everglades Experiment Station of -

; the University of Florida, properties $1.00 to $1.15 I
( of the Brown Company and on to

'_ Clewiston and Moore Haven where TIES Christmas '
are good
i army engineers explained in detail I

r-r: the locks plan and and flood operation control of the system.dikes, gifts. Why not give brother r MEN'S SWEATERS i

.: Small, but bustling and important, '
I was the impression gained of Clew- : a tie for $1.00i This is the gift that all men i
iston, where we were met on ariiv- I
::.: ale by an enthusiastic delegation of -- I) ; \ appreciate. See our large selection I
local folks hearted
F D. Duff. The town by, bedecked genial Mayor with BELT SETS 59c to $1.50 for $1.98 to $3.95'BUY -- I

i flags and bunting, !gave us a royal

I' ;._ welcome. Flooded with yisitors, the .
:. hotels were filled and it was for-
tunate for our party that the train w
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.. Janie Brantley and Beatrice Pratt. f :a In the school auditorium on nlng in alphabetical order at 3:00 !G

SILVER DOLLAR BRADY RENTS High School e\7S- Y, lay night, December 18 at 8:00p. p. m. :
The monthly honor roll for tilt m. The public is cordially invitedto Convent instruction
class each
'.: PENTHOUSE FOR PRIZE HORSE senior high school follows: attend. Friday at 7 p. m. .
Ninth Grade: Munselle Stone, J. Mass First
on Fridays at 8:00 a.
D. Hooker, Hervey Bourne, Louise
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CHURCH Baptisms by appointment.
i.Ynr ink; and Maxine Doty.
Visitors are always welcome..
+ i. n :\ ::>iwGi.o.Arr :;; i:. Tenth Grade: Billy Hooker, Bill
(Rev Father J. 1<'. Walsh, IJ. D.,
Owen and Leroy Hare.
iCaJ Eleventh Grade: Gladys Willis.
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\ti ,. S Twelfth. Grade: Elva Alston, Eth- Sunday a. m. L. B. Mershon i
Frt except on last Sunday of month
\\ el Willis, Bob Patterson and Ed I
k. frski :Z' Clark. I when mass is at 10:30 a. m. AOTCNT I'
Communion Sunday for the
Special recognition should be giv-
gregation is the first Sunday in each New York Life
en Dick Patterson, Bill Owen and
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I Insurance
Bobby Patterson as they made "A"In Ccmpany
Religious instruction classes for
all subjects. ARCADIA FLORIDAL
11' all children attending public school .
;' Christmas Program I immediately after i
Js mass on Sundays.
The elementary grades are busy Junior (children's) choir meets ii
practicing for the Christmaspro!I Wednesdays 4:30 p. m. and Saturdays -

gram. The high school boys and I 9:30 .a. m. at the church. Rfl. COUSE

r44a4 girls who are in the Christmas pro- Catholic Men's Club meets the
gram practice each afternoon after second Monday of each month at the Counselor and Attorney at Law
school dismisses and will likely haveto Rectory at 7:30 p. m. Hoplcins Building
practice a few nights before the
The Ladies Altar
Society meets Wednesdays and Saturdays
program is given. the first Wednesday in each montht !
The Christmas program will b.1 the homes of the members run- 9:30 to 4:00Record


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Silver Dollar Brady, wealthy cowboy from Dallas, has the world's first PERCEXT YEAR PERCENT
I hotel "penthouse corral" 17 floors above Chicago. Brady and his horse ;
CjJrll 1928 5.5 1933 6
1. are shown here "at home" looking out over the skyline. :
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"More Silver Dollars in circulationwill on the 17th floor, with a special cor- :
bring back better business con- ral, hay, oats and all, for his horse. : >: : .: 1 1930 4v 1 1935 6
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Brady, who arrived in Chicago with Brady said. "Now, it's different with ..' 1932 6"
the intention of getting more Silver Silver Dollars. You know you got :} <::;l' '.' '.
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Brady, big, six-foot wealthy more. But because they're heavy,you :' \ ." ,0 ., .'' ., .,

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railing behind. First, he registered merchants pay their.employees in -' "
;with the horse at his heels then Silver Dollars. OFFICE FIRST
both man and beast went into the "Thea you just watch business Invest ,. -
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offee shop and had a bite to eat. boom," he said. your savings safety a good THING TOMORROW ANDTALK I

He had wired for reservations for Brady himself wears a valuablebelt return. Home Building has never paid' g
made of old and Silver THINGS OVER.
and givena rare
himself "and horse, was
penthouse. high above the. street Dollars. f I dividends ef less than 4 percent per year. 4' '_.," ...
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!Seventh Grade Monthly Honor Roll: accounts returns on :. :' ; :' .,::

Eighth Grade MonthlyHonor Roll- forms of investment Home Building offers ",,":../: (

School7 Sa Dicky Owen, Margaret VonMach, the conservative, thrifty investor the investment ',. v
Renee Wethington, Barbara Smith,
June Hooker, Betty Bailey and Julia best suited to his needs. Investigate ,

Editor .______.._........_.....Ethel Willis Ann Oglesby. Clewiston Home Building Association -
Ass't Editor Eemice: O'Xeal Sixth: Grade Spelling Honor Roll-

Sports Editor ...__LeRoy Hare James Brewer, Elbert Hooker, ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME

I 1 Advisor.Miss Dorothy Lockhart I little as 5.00 per month or as much as BUILDING

$1 1000.00 in a lump sum, you'll find a
First Grade Monthly Honor Roll- ASSOCIATION
Building program adapted to yourrequirements.
Clifford Beatty, Grant Brewer, PHONES 102-103:
Kim Kolstad Lillian Golden, Mary .
Ruth Johnson.We fLOR/DA

are: very glad to have Laura
May Jacobi enrolled in the first
grade. She came from New Orleans.

First Grade Weekly Reading Honor m (!gm rsW

Roll- Wm

Virginia Turner, Mary Ruth John-

son, Kim Kolstad Junior Raines, I S YOU CAR SlUGHS ?
:Mary' Katherine Dyess and Jackie

Second Grade Monthly Honor Roll- !ij]

William McCracken, Joan Crouch, It '
Mary-Louise Thomas, Nancy Wright, 9iJ &ll I II
: Faith Mitchell, Peggy Lawler and I
Charles Benbow. '*'

Weekly Spelling Honor Roll-

Marion DeLoier Joan Crouch, ,
Faith; Mitchell Patricia Bailey, Rut'iEnuich I
Mary Ellen Smith, Pegg/
Lawler Jacqueline Bledsoe, Man
Louise Thomas, Grace Ward, Janice "-

Norton, Nancy Wright, Harriet Als- Stop at thjiotelpotdela. .
ton, 'June Espenlaub, Bobby :Mayn-: .
i ard, William McCracken Charles!

'r Benbow, Sammie Young, Gilbert I
':: McLeod, Raymond Trice, Berkley

., Ivey;; Billy Maynard and Gene Mills. 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE
t.- Third Grade Spelling Honor Roll-
,: Junior Ivey, Bertha Ballard, James Y'z
p.: Ricks, Shirley Moon, J. T. Sanson, All Outside Rooms With

.r.t". David' 'Belcher, Mamie Trice and Dor- Private Bath
is Simmons. "
COOL, CLEAN, QUIET DistributorThat
Third: Grade Monthly Honor Roll-

'z; Nora Oglesby. Overlooking Biscayne Bay
Fourth Grade Monthly Honor Roll- Good

Louise Blount Sherwood Hall, Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
Nicky Schiffli, Willie Smith, Elsie Business Section. -

Bembry, Parmoiia Bourne, Christine [Gulf- .
f- Redish and Sue Von Iach. RATES w
Fifth Grade Monthly Honor Roll-

Eric Belcher, Philip McLeod, Billy $1.50 Single Gasoline
Perry, Barbara Broadfoot, Marianne

Jones and Mauryine Prewitt. $2.50 Double
Sixth Grade Monthly Honor Roll--

James Brewer, Elbert Hooker, -
Special Family, Weekly &
Bernard:: Leiter, Paul Schuck, Sonny
Vaughn, Pearl Bftnbry, Janice Branl- Monthly Rates tR.JB SiSflTES BP B CYUFlDER and VALVES

ley: Gloria McDuffie and Anne Pa*- S. D.
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I:N:N:N:N N:N:N:..:N NON N H N:N:N:N N:M"N:N:N:N:M.?J Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collins visited REVOLT FIiAXfKEX HAS I candy as tent poles and around I Kilgore's large, new, spring 1937!:) ,
y I Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Trainor in
which there marched a circle of ani- catalogue now available. Send for
J ;*_: Personal Mention :;:I West Palm Beach; Saturday. I'
.. mal rackers. The cake was decorated your free copy. The Kilgore Seed Co.,: r
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Among those from Clewiston at- of last after- I
group children Friday
ent presented with dolls and
were 1
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Mark R. Tennant, of Miami was
tending the concert given by the noon. with a"party in honor of her the boys with small cars as rememb-
in town ,on business Wednesday. I
; 4 Palm Beach String Quartet at Belle son, Bevoly's, birthday. j rances of the occasion. I NORGE REFRIGERATOR,

F. A. Paris, of Princeton, N. Jer., Glade Tuesday evening were: Mr.. I Following an afternoon of out- Those attending were: W. D. Furniture and Homo Furnishings
is here on business this week. and Mrs.: Mark R. Lawler, Mrs. G. door games and playing with bal-I Raines, Jr., Glenn Raines, Clark'I PHILCO RADIOS '
Mrs.IA.' :loons which had been given as favors Ironmonger, Emma Jane Ezelle,
E. Linkswiler, R. Broadfoot,
Mr. and Mrs. F. :A. Ray spent Saturday -: the little guests were. served re- Bobby and Peggy Lawler, Barbaraand I Household Furnishings::
'I Mrs. M. C. Johnson, 'Miss Rhunelle I Billy Broadfoot, Bobby Smith,
in West Palm Beach. freshments of cake and ice cream.
I McGehee, Miss Barbara Smith and The cake wag a novel one, made to Kay Bowden, Richard Knight and j" Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and Miss Julia Ann Oglesby. resemble a circus tent with. stick Ann Pafford. BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA,

children,are visitors in Miami today. .

Mrs. F. Deane Duff and Mrs. O 11 m .j w 9 1T. f.L iiifJt i 1!,Jtfm n:' r: .

F. Schiffli spent Tuesday in
A. W. Sias was a visitor in '
Palm Beach Tuesday.Mr. -
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and Mrs. V. H. McCarter ofl i :

; Pahokee were visitors here Friday. ChristrnasSpiritIs a

J Edgar. Sims spent Saturday: in Miami. -

Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Lawler were
:,) visitors in Miami Wednesday and Evidence At .

'Thursday. Everywhere 2ffl

Lionel Legg, of Charleston, S. C.,
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dotterer
.O for several days this week.
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> I Mrs. Foy Durrence and Mrs. A. :

W Lawrence spent Tuesday. in West
Palm Beach.
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j Mr. and Mrs. G. $. Mobley and $:f :tWM-t: Hundreds and hundreds of items that will t. .. "
; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reichard visited
I in West Palm Beach .
I make the most useful and appreciative gifts

M. Hare of Ocala, spent sev- J' nvs TOYS
eral days here last week visiting his
family. for any member of the family now on

I Mr. and Mrs. rT.. 'Rawlings of display 1
.i Orlando are .spending a few days 1 { :< ?..-:"= --h.
here with friends.Mr. ets.1
and Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger I II Shoes Hats Novelties Notions Blankets Spreads .S. .e-
I and son, Clark, spent the\ week-end ,
;H i I in Miami. I

::i; i iI ,: Towels Luggage Jackets Robes Hosiery Lingerie Toilet
Dr. W. P. Link and C. B. Elam, ,
o'f Tampa, were business visitors .
I here .
on Wednesday.Mrs. '
,I Sets Electrical Appliances Etc.
, i Gibson Hutchinson, of Chicago
visited her neice, Mrs. T
R. T. Mitchell
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i \:& Moore Haven were visitors here taI r .@, Cot 's Gift Sets.Handkerchiefs .- 9 J :t !
I day.

r Ladies of all kinds. Gifts
G. L. McGwigan and.F. N. Willetof p for Men r !

Moore Haven were business. visi- -
tors here this morning. Bed Spreads in fancy patterns (f
A full line of beautiful Lingerie
0 silk and cotton, assort p
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bradnack '
have taken the home ,on the sor- Satin Slips, Gowns, G ed colors. a Shirts in Xmas Boxes, Ties, '
ernment reservation formerly occupied Dance Sets. -
by Mr. and Mis. V. A. Allen. @ All Leather Pocket Books. 0 Sox, Pajamas. and Robes,

Mrs J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Z. G. Wool Robes, assorted styles @ Gloves, I In Dark Shades 0 Sweaters and Melton JackA I
Meredith, Mrs. Hubert Land and Mrs. and colors. S @
,I : E. S. Marshall 'were West Palm G A large assortment of linens. 0 ets, Hickok Belts in GIftSIlk
Beach visitors on Monday. Negligees.Lounging .
Table Cloths (hand embroidered Q Boxes, The Famous Chester ,

j I Mrs.Mr.Helen and Mrs.Beach C.and E. daughter Schroeder, Em-and Pajamas in. Satin Q ) Bridge Sets, g field Hats and Caps; Fortune

ily, of Stuart, spent Sunday here with and Brocaded Silks. .Scarfs. Pillow Cases. VanitySets.
I ; Mr. and Mrs B. J. Schroeder. : Friendly and Florsheim -
-- Balbriggan Gowns and Pajamas. (Y Guest Towels. Nap- 6 p.
Shoes. Robes in Blue '
J. H. Twitchell, representing the '. @ kins. ;
C. H. Robinson Produce Company of w
Brown and Black. Woodbury
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Boston, was a business visitor here )
Gordon ,Hose, all shades, .
Wednesday.Mrs. ID
from service weight to sheerest 0 A flY h Ing e p and Williams. Gift Sets
H. S. Gove and daughter, a
Miss Frances Edith Gove, of Moore chiffon. 0 Handkerchiefs in Boxes in
Haven, attended a show here SunG d -
s day afternoon. Also full line of Gordon Q an Linens, white and colors.

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W. F. Hornberger arrived in -
Clewiston this week and will be em- l as. Everything G -
ployed by the U. S. Sugar Corpor- '. '
ation. Full line of Admiration Chiffons In Novelties : Toys /

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bradnack In ,newest shades. G
spent Sunday in West Palm Beach, 6 e
Mrs. Bradnack remaining there fora beautiful of
week's visit with friends. assortment '\ Powder Jars, V. Ash ; Toys of all kinds, Shirley
Cannon Towels I Bath Mats w _
Trays, Manicure Sets, C om- &. Temple Dolls Tea Sets Doll
Mrs. E. P. Shealy left Monday for and Wash Cloths in newest ,

Pompano to visit her mother before shades. @ pacts, Dresser Sets, ArtificCarriage5 Tricycles Bicyclal -
returning to her home in Atlanta. -
t, Flowers, Cigarette Boxes, ;
She had been the guest for several
days of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad. Stationery, Albums, Diarys.) Sugar and Creamer Sets, ''es, Electric and Wind Up

I: Bath Powder in Attractive Odd Dishes and Trays. Trains, Etc. ,
Miss Lois Moses and Mrs. Cecile

Brooks, Mrs. Carr 'Settle and Lynn I _. !!Ii!!' r__ ..=<.,..H.:.,...."' .."... J.--=r; r :r. '<<;;crA="" "C.--, F.'!!:'. ;_,.."" .............,,",_ r .- ,
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show at the Dixie Crystal theatre
Sunday evening.Mrs. .

Betty Lord-of New York City
arrived Sunday to visit her sister,
t 1$3 Mrs. F. M. Sathre and Mr. Sathre. The' Clewis
.. Mr.Palm and Beach.Mrs. Sathre,met her in West SuPplyC09'i

Mr. and \ Turner attended -
a lecture and demonstration giv- I
en by Norman Hillier, technical director '
of a firm of beauty specialists Clewiston Florida l.
I in New York which was given at k :;
the George Washington Hotel in ti '
Palm Beach Monday night. The lecture -
was on a new system of wire- ._ .. _.
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MARY SCHUMANN wall with, its back' to the

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ly and tall,

S TAR'C.p" by *Jfacras Smith cO. TODo9i ( ) [ YJk For With no naught the parlor one duster,now room.to or disturb uses broom the it, back but

WNU Service J Oh how well I remember, in

) m U fI/1t nf days long gone by,.

When we stood by the rocker,
-- I1K0 ADODT my sister and I,
SYNOPSIS Dorrie slipped off her dress and "She did not say what she And we listened to the stories

sat down on the bench before the was afraid of. Drinking-gam- Exercise Will Reduce that our grandma would
Keria Marth, pretty, selfish and twenty, arrives dressing-table to cold cream her bling. Cun's a popular fellow." health tell
home in Corinth from school and is met nails. "Lovely evening, wasn't it, He started for the closet and said PRACTICALLY every that old
He drives her to By wooden rocker we
by her older brother, Hugh. methods -
darling? from its depths, "She ms
widowed mother,
the Marsh home where her all loved so well.rffooJ .
Fluvanna, a -warm.hearted, self-sacrificing and "Enjoy it?" quite a jolt. It was so unexpected, for reducing weight advises
understanding soul, welcomes her. Keria's sis "Very much." coming from her." reduction in the amount of food
ter, Margery, plump and matronly with "I did myself after we got start- "And 1 when she
suppose wept,
with them. sensible
care of three children, is at lunch eaten. This is very ad-
Hugh's wife Dorrie, has pleaded a previous ed. Naturally they wanted to you comforted her?"
engagement. On the way back to' his job at celebrate after such good news.It He laughed a little. "Yes; lent vice because old and young,
the steel plant founded by one of his fore. has been a tough winter and ,her my handkerchief!I" with or without heart or other
Doc Hiller. a boyhood -
friend bears whom Hugh he passes no longer sees frequently because spring for them, Especially Joan." "You're so gullible!" ailments, can, even if over-

of Dome's antipathy. Fluvanna Marsh Dorrie frowned a little as she "Oh I say now Dorrie weight, safely reduce the t Ones/low
wakens the next morning from a dream about ,
bent her head lower. "Why really- He stood over her.
her late husband. Jim whose unstable char- amount of food to some extent.It .
acter she fears Kezia has inherited. Soon cially Joan?" Lights sparkled in her eyes from
has been well said "You Never sprinkle Roll it
Ellen Pendleton comes over. She is an artistically "I think she felt it more. Fact : inward laughter. She lifted her pongee.
inclined girl who is a distant niece oi can't get fat on the food you do up in a towel while wet and iron
cried that face for his kiss. "Thinskinned"she
Fluvanna's and a favorite of Hugh's. She hap is, she tonight was while still damp.
pily tells Fluvanna she has become engagedto the reason we left the floor. I murmured, stroking his hair not eat. .
Jerry Purdue. Ellen fears ,that her father said something about the new job, Further, cutting down the food to \
and mother Gavin and Lizzie, will not approve Black marble clocks or orna'Q
she broke a point where there is not enoughfor
and down-hysterical
Dorrie relief CHAPTER III
the match. Hugh and go out to ments will have a beautiful lustreif
with their I think. Wept all the the needs of the
the Freeland Farms to dance over
rubbed with soft cloth damp-
friends, Cun and Joan Whitney. Whitney, ,who place when I got her outside." body, and tile'o body a
Ellen and Jerry lingered late at ened with olive oil and then
has been out of work, announces that he has' will what it pol-
landed a new position. They see Ellen Penrile- Dorrie's lip curled. "Silly. their dinner at the Freeland ished with a clean chamois.
ton and Jerry Purdue.CHAPTER "I thought it was rather natural. Farms. The dancing began at nine needs to maintainlife '
xG, that it
She's kept up a good front all o'clock and the orchestra, a pian- means Cake icing will adhere better
IIContinued5 along." He looked at her trou- ist, a saxophone player and a will use up some of and stay soft and glossy if a little
in the
the fat ano: on
bled; he had expected more sym- drummer, were just taking their the glycerin is added to the icing mix-
body to keep
the far end hall. ture.
places at of the
/'Art?" said Cun. "I see. Cuckoo body w)_king. Thus

-but beautiful." was"They going wanted out to dinner to know with whom again.I with no more fat be- White woodwork* *in the home

Dorrie moved in her chair slight- {{ ing stored away,
ly. .1"' f( Illtt When I said you, they looked at and some of what is can be ''kept clean by spongingwith

"Dance?." asked Cun, his. eyeson each other-you know parentsandsaid stored being usedup lukewarm suds of a pure,
Dorrie. that I seemed to be going out day to mild soap, then wiping dry. This
with you a great deal lately Dr. Barton every sup- does not harm the enameled sur-
went off of the
They together. :::.. ply the needs
then I told them.
Hugh s'ood. up. "Joan?" so body, the weight is
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As they swung into step he said, Jerry picked at his salad idly, bound to be' reduced.

"Well, Jonny, the troubles are all t then laid his fork down. His hair There are some overweights who I

over. I'm ever so glad that Cun was dark brown, almost black like food so much or feel so weak I
has work. You've been a brick straight, and lay back, sleek and when it is reduced in amount that Beware Coughsfrom

but I could see it was hard on you." glistening on his head with the they are looking for some ,means

Joan gave a smothered exclama- help of a pomade. His complexion (other than. by drugs) to get rid of: common colds

tion and did not reply. He looked illll' was a smooth olive and their fat without cutting down on

down. Joan's eyes were filled with t'fd"I went well with his eyes, the colorof their food intake.It That Hang OnNo
tears. black coffee. When he smiled is in these cases that exerciseis '

_ "What did I' say? Hurt Siw his eyes had sparkling depths, and so valuable in burning off their matter how many medicines

':;,. you? Awfully sorry." He his lips a combination of sensitiveness excess fat.Exercise. you have tried for your cough,chest
,. S was dismayed. "Come on; we'll / and sensuousness. Uses Up Calories cold or bronchial irritation, you can

" go outside." He led her throughthe "And what did they say?" The average man will use from get Serious relief trouble now with be Creomulsion.brewing and
screened door to the long For an instant Ellen looked 2,500 to 3,000 calories a day unlesshe you cannot afford to take a chance

veranda. troubled, remembering. Then, the is doing hard work or taking with anything less than Creomul- .
.- They sat in a swing.. "Overlook dimples played over her face as strenuous exercise when he may sion, which goes right to the seat .
': it, Hugh. Nerves, I think." She pride in Jerry reassured her. calories. of the trouble to aid nature to
use 6,000
up soothe and heal the inflamed mem
: dabbed her eyes with his handkerchief I "They want to see you-talk to Physical directors will tell youth branes as the germ-laden phlegm!)

.' "And relief from the strain.A / y you. When they do .that, it will be =3.t doing some light work such as Is loosened and expelled.
man has to work to fill up his all right." a tong walk may use -up as much as Even if other' remedies have
time Cun has to be busy 0 failed don't be discouraged your
"Sure? Jerry was not smilingnow. 300 to 500 calories, whilst a set of druggist is authorized to guarantee
more than most men-he's built There was hint of brood.
a tennis or a hard game of basket- Creomulsion and to refund your

... that way. Then you spoke to me ..... ing in his eyes. ball, hockey, or football will use money if you are not satisfied with
: ',
and and .11'I 71 'IF'J/IV' ,. f."You're results from the first bottle.
: so sweetly "I'm certain of it. I told them up 800 to 1,200 calories or even very
:n I went to pieces." So Gullible!" I'd bring you in after dinnei." more. Get Creomulsion right now. Adv.

Hugh sat beside her feeling Jerry gave a faint groan and The fuel for doing this work or

" touched and bewildered. It was pathy for Joan's predicament. "Re- looked at his plate. exercise must come from some- Command Your TemperA

J: plain she had some worry on l.er verse the case, Dorrie. SupposeI "Frightened?" where, either from the food that is man who cannot command his

i':.0, mind about Cun. had been out of work for almosta "I feel as' if I were to be shotat eaten or from the excess fat on the temper should not think of beinga

; Presently Joan rose saying: year. Wouldn't you be a bit sunrise." body. If then a part of what is eat- man of business.Beaconsfield.ASK .

"Steer me around through the hallS teary with joy when I did land "Silly! My parents have en is used to supply the energy for

: S to the dressing-room and I'll wash something?" never committed a'murder so the exercise taken, there will be

y- up I must be all streaky. "No-I'd have confidence enoughin far!" therefore less fuel or food to be WrORLD'S

Hugh, I'm sorry I pulled this scene you to be sure you'd get some- "Yes, but it sounds ominous. I'm stored away as fat. Further: as .?.LARGESTDOLLARS V-*>*l

';: for you. You don't know how thing splendid in place of the old to be brought 'in-tried-executed! mentioned above, if the amount of FOR

. abased I feel." one. Cun is a simply marvelous Couldn't we put it off until tomor- food eaten is not enough to supplythe St. JosephThe

t "Forget it. Glad you did, if you salesman. Everyone says so. He row night?" body's needs and for the exer-

,:' want to know. We skim the sur- was sure to be placed in a little When she did not answer, he cise taken, the body tissues will original

face of conventionalities too much while. The future with the Crescent went on: "Look your last on me have to be used as fuel or food Cellophanewrapped sr o' :,

;;. with our friends. We'd be more company is much better than as a whole man! I have a feelingI'll which of course means that much JD fhbse
Q i.-: understanding if we knew what his. old place at the Arrow Steel." resemble a sieve in an hour or loss of weight. genuine pure i Sp e

was in the other person's heart." "But even so-" He hesitated. so-shot full of holes. I've met Thus we can really look'' upon exercise aspirin. '

. "Most hearts don't bear show- ."I gathered something else was your father several times but hedoesn't as the ideal method of reduc- WIHGS! PROMPT! RELIEF
'._ ing." because without reduc- F10M? PAIN AND COLDS ,
bothering her. She seemed to feel speak to me on the street, ing weight: ,
"I can't believe that." that Cun might get into difficulties, and your mother has never been- ing the amount of food eaten, it will
"I suppose we think it good man- not some of the food eaten pre-
working. friendly! What will they say when use up ;
'. ners, said Joan dubiously. "Andto of fat and actually J
"Oh!" Dorrie's flew they know I have the audacity to venting storage ,
live on the surface of things isn't eyes open
burn of the fat already
startled. "How odd." want to marry you? up some
ly a bad way take what comes "Perhaps." "- (TO BE CONTINUED) stored. Exercise is really a "dou-'
today and not worry about tomorrow ble action" system of reducing

t ; forget you have a heart! I'm weight.
' trying to achieve it. I never quite *
: make it .. still I try very hard." Chinese Health Rules Are Given O. K. Fat and the HeartIn e

'. He left her at the dressingroomdoor by Paris Doctor as Good Practice TodayWhen a group of 136 patients all of
and went back to their table. whom were overweight it was found

Dorrie and Cun were nowhere that although only 19 died as a di-

about, and Ellen and Jerry had you are undressed and Eat slowly; chew well; such mas- rect result of an accumulation of

disappeared. He saw nis sister about to get into bed, take your foot tication breaks the food into bits, fat in and about the heart, this excess -
Kezia, dancing with Arthur Wilhams. and rub the sole of it energeticallyand charges it well with. saliva, and heart fat and the excess of fat &

He left the sandwiches un- as long as you can. prepares it for the stomach. throughout the body was an impor- successful person is a healthy per.

touched but opened a bottle of Do not stop until your foot is "Don't satisfy your appetite to tant factor in greatly shortening the son. Don't let yourself be handicappedby

beer, and sat sipping it. quite warm; then move each toe such an extent that when you get life span in most of the other cases. I sick headaches, a sluggish condition,

Dorrie and Cun approached; she, separately. up from the table you are sur- Dr. Ha ry L. Smith and Frederick stomach "nerves" and other dangerous
was animated, laughing. "Wheredid These hints were laid down ages feited; abundance of food tormentsthe A. Willius in Archives of Inter-

you and Joan disappear? We ago by a Chinese sage whose name stomach and impedes digestion. nal Medicine describe their findingsof signs of over-acidity.

tried to find you but you had hid- has not reached us, notes Dr. Ghis- "Sup early and frugally. fat formation in the underlying

den yourselves in some secluded lain-Houzel, Jr., in L'Ami du Peuple "Better increase the number of layer of tissue of the bag (pericar-
. corner. Of course you weren't (Paris). your meals than increase the quan- dium) which surrounds the heart T

parked in the automobile? Nevertheless adds the French tity of food you take at each one. and also in and about the muscle
Or were ycu, Hugh?" "As soon as you awake in the fibres of the walls of the heart it-
physician, we would not deem
."' Joan came up just then, her face these health hints morning, rub the chest in' the region self. This'fat adds a burden to an
freshly powdered and bearing no as superannu- of the heart. Otherwise, by already overworked heart which
trace of emotion. "We were moon- ated. They are sound today.. So. tqo, getting out of i. warm bed the cool has to take card of all this added
thinks the Paris doctor
ing on the veranda," she sail. gay- further suggestions by the, are Chinese these air will take your system by sur fat and weight of the body. MILNESIA FOR HEALTH i.

ly. prise, suddenly closing the pores The expectation of life in obesity
: Milnesia the original milk of magnesiain
Cun drew out her chair. "I'll sage and causing various troubles. Butif (overweight) is ,unfavorable. Only ,
have to look into this," he threat- "Breakfast early in the morning. you beat your breast slightly four of their series of cases attained wafer form,neutralizes stomach acids,
"Take in the air of heaven
ened. with the palm of the hand, you will the age of seventy, the average of gives quick, pleasant elimination. Each
"Is there a moon? It seemed through the nose. put your blood in movement at the entire group being 52 years, and milk of
terribly dark to me!" Dorrie' "Never leave the house until you its source and guard against unex their ages ran from 10 months. to wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls magnesiaTastytoo.20c,3Sc&60ceverywhere.-

teased. ., have broken your fast. pected trials to your system. '5 years. There were 94 females .
"Explain your absence!" said "This precaution is all the more "Avoid swift transitions from and 42 males.

Hugh with a smile. important in times of epidemic or heat or cold. The point is that although the

"Never explain!" answered Dor when one must enter a house in "In bed lie on your right side or tat actually crowded the heart and

rie lightly "Explanations lead to which there are sick people. on your left, bend your knees and interfered to some extent with its

nothing and nowhere! Hugh you "Take a good meal in the middleof go to sleep in this position. activity, it was the great increase

haven't danced with me." the day. Eat the simplest viands; "Every time you wake up stretch n fat and weight throughout the

At home and in their own room they are more nourishing. yourself in bed; this will impar Body that made the heart's work so

Hug! sighed with contented fatigueas "Beware of delicate dishes in- freedom to .tne operations of th I I ,reat.
he untied his tie. ; vented only to tickle the appetite. heart." Western Newspaper Union.

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1 Fashions are-V inseparable- from OUR COMIC SECTIONTHE I like to sit in cndJe

manners; manners from morals;
light. ;
morals from spiritual ideals.- ;
Emily Post. sentimental I'll
The right mental attitude has a Tot
to do with' a long life.-De JTolf confess ,

t Hopper.Mastery over 'self is not readilywon FEATHERHEADS And candles add toromance

; it is a life-work.-Cardinal ... .ASr' Total Loss lots
Hayes. t--- __ .- ,,/"' ...... .. .. .. ....... _., r--. -
Art creates what is not and science Besides they make

only discovers what already is.a1 .- My-DIDN'r I D IDfJ4( kNOw r the light
Albert Einstein.
.-. It is good for us, every now and MR SNUFFLE-ro 'a WNETNER HE tills ]less. \
HAT; osE .
then, to see our ideals laughed at.Aldous .- -- wAs AN Ry f\\c: C.A"' -
Huxley. THa AT 11 S OR
You can keep young i if you take A Q ;
your blows with your chin up.- 1
Irene Rich.Seeing .

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I l&L2PAiIk Literate AmericansAccording J
( Lia.-
i z=== to a nation-wide survey '';:-
r of the reading habits of Americans "
garp : conducted by Columbia university -
the University of Chicago .
and the American Library association i

i' Happiness only half of the adult popu-

I lation, can read with ease.Travelers .
Happiness is the gift of seeingthe
good things of life in such high
relief that the rest is unimportant.

\O Approve not of him who com- IT\ MUST. I DON'T KNOW op"Ar4VTHM
mends everything you say. NAVE BEEN Cr H-I IPO-WHAT
I 1 When a man with an air as if it / WORSE t NA'TE WORSE" IS
were natural to him to give orders 1"He CARDSr"HA! 'PL.A\fINes- -
i is found, it isn't long before the TNE WAV WITH A 'BAD H = PLA'II fNCr AGAINST A

j meek put him in'a position to do HE r H? EW LOSER WINNER I

j it.If THEM \ 1
you have savage opinions, AROUND \
people will be hypocritical to you --= \ \
to keep on good terms. -

Philosopher's is the work TaskIt of a philosopherto T .'. Q\

be every day subduing passionsand : Awake
laying aside prejudices. o .
Jv.ice There are no sleeping cars on j
When a boy gets up to his ears 6 the road to success.
in love he is more careful about
washing them. --- ... i
Nature doesn't, eliminate fool- .
II ishness. Civilized man has to .

I learn how, some day. ; / ? I
i: I The well-bred man keeps his be- g' I II
I liefs out of his conversation.

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&TAR! Double-acting.One set of ingredientsyimekly6oothesreLtevesticklingbacangcough
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A Great Need 1

Maybe it's time to stop improving A PRODUCT OF PLOUGH 'INC. MEMPHIS-NEW YORK
I I! the motor car and begin work-
i ing on the brains of the drivers.
I A little Moroline rubbed YOm LOCAL MUG STOLE
into the hair makes -' I oCAT fOSfFAJO*net*.>frira
I combing easy and keeps hair neatly in place. -
The lOc size contains 3-2 time as much asthe A Plot Fathomed I Couldn't Be Rude HALTS HIS BOASTS t\, \ JACCSONVILLI..ILOIIDAWNU7
I 5c size.Try it today. Demand Moroline.MOOL1NE. "Our representative.J.las.I'. had The very raw recruit had just hada ;

time to leave Washington and real good dressing down,from the
mingle with us voters," said. the young lieutenant. Next day he passedthe
smooth campaigner."No lieutenant without saluting.He 50-38
," replied Farmer Corntossel. was stopped. IE 111 1l ''

"It's another one o' them party "Why didn't you salute me?" demanded -
SMALL SIZE LARGE SIZE tricks They're givin' him as little the officer.
60c S1.20 chance as possible to hang aroundan' "W-well, sir," said the rookie, "I
make hisself unpopular." thought you were still, cross withm !J
OUCH! "They tell me that Paul's father Be Sure They Properly
,,gANCA Extra SateA used to boast of a cool million." Cleanse the Blood
recognized Remedy for R eum.tlc city chap was" crossing a pas- "Well, what's the matter, has he filler-
kidneys constantly
ind Neuritis lufferen. tme "Say there, he shouted to a YOUR are
A perfect Blood lost it?
'' matter from the blood
farmer, "is this bull safe? ;
Purifier, Make Mn Blood Rich and "No he's been But '
keeping quiet now stream. kidneys sometimes lag in
"Well said the "I I
Healthy. Builds farmer,
Strength and Vigor. their work-do not act nature in
since Uncle Sam started the soak as
Always Effective Why suffer? reckon he's a lot safer than you are. tended-fail to remove impurities that
,.1ITi,IIlJ1ct.I.J.:;t.J.I'IC1Jd-.U..If..... just now.-Our Paper. the-rich idea. poison the system when retained.

Prescription Then you may suffer nagging back-
Late "What do you take for your insomnia ache,dizziness,scanty or too frequent
"Well Dad. I just ran up to say ?" urination,getting up at night,pufFiness
) hello." under the eyes; feel nervous, miserable -
"A glass of wine at regular in. -all upset.
"Too late, son. Your mother ran tervals."
Don't delay? Use Dean's Pills.Doan's .
I II DEPARTMENTPLANTS Mr. Knagg-You think 1 have it up to say" good-bye and got all. my "Does that make you sleep?" are especially!) for poorly functioning
: change. "No but it makes satisfied kidneys. They
me tc are recommended -
I soft, do you? You don't know of
by grateful users the countryover.
1 stay awake.-Telephone Topics.
the toil, responsibilities, disappoint More Profitable Get them from any druggist.
ments and humiliation I have to en "I hate playing earth with a bad Light Conversation
dure juU to make a living. loser, don't you?" "Mauser Is a man who always
CABBAGE AND ONION PLANTS His Wife-You have nothing on .'"Well I'd rather play with a bad weighs his. words, isn't he?" DOAN SPILLS
now L. T.ready.BEVERLY Write for- .new- QUITMAN.low price list.GA. me. 1 have to live with you for loser than, any sort of winner!" "Yes but it takes a deuce of a I
my Living. Stray Stories Magazine. I lot of 'er to weigh anything."

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1 due the enterprising people of the Sugarland Highway for Wilbur Goff Grace Ward, Shirley Moon, Mamie ed".

Two Are Killed- 1 Glades area officials of the United and for D. G. Alston are well along Johnson, Louise!' Prewitt, June Es-

States Sugar Company and our toward completion at this time. pcnlaub, Dorothy and, Faye Lou Mitchell Green tomatoes have practicallythe

Continued From Pago One) Washington delegation for doing The Goff building, which is being Patricia Ann Bailey, Peggy '

alive. Even the engine was I their part- in arranging and staginghis erected just west, of the little restaurant Lawler, Mary- Ellen Smith, Nora Og- same food valuo as ripe red to- Q
battered and broken.A celebration and tour. building :has the outside Icsby and Doris Simmons. matoes and can be fried, stuffed,

coroner's jury, hurriedly sum- Folloving the ceremonies at the walls completed and stuccoed, the preserved, pickled, or used for pies. I

Justice of the 'Peace G_ sugar house and starting of the mill stucco being marked off into squaresto SURPRISE SHOWER AND SUPPER
moned by; HONORS :MRS.! S. L, CROCHET -
resemble concrete block construc- -
Small held an inquest in the early I for the current grinding season, a -
hours Sunday morning but delightful box luncheon was served tion. Wiork on the floors and inter-
Chamber of Com- ior walls will probably be started Mrs.' S. L. Crochet was honored
will not complete their investigationuntil t by th& Clewiston ,
the elder Luke has returned,i merce. The train pulled out on its within a short time. Monday night with a surprise buffet '

from Georgia. Members of the coroners return trip early in the afternoon, The Alston building, on the high- supper and shower at'the, the guests I You needSULFOCIDE .'

jury were: Deputy Sheriff H. H. taking the visitors through the way at Bond Street, is also well iu'st assembling home of

McCall, R. J. Blount, R. L. Guthrie, ridge section to Haines City, then on along and faster construction is Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and continuing ,',
to her
0. F. Schiffli, O. E. Tyler and Ernest to Orlando and Jacksonville. promised after a holdup on brick lay-
ing. The stucco and interior plaster- The gifts were concealed during for ':
Hansen. Quality
ing is being done this week and the t': a supper on the back porch and
brothers are brothersof Christmas Seal Drive .,
The concrete floor is almost ready to be during the evening a messenger arrived -
of this city i Beans
Hansel McDuffie
Mrs. with
poured. The windows are in, the a telegram which in- ,
well known to ,many local Is Started In County '
.and are roof completed and all brick and i s..ructed Mrs. Crochet to look there
people. for them. I
v tile work done.Congressmap. "What is that magic stuff my
Tuberculosisand Those enjoying the affair were:
DEAD NEGRO FOUND Tho Hendry County Mrs... Alston neighbor uses? He picks speckled
Health Association joined with Peterson Mrs. B. J. Schroeder -I

-- the Red Cross today in an effort to, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. A.V.. beans, ships them and gets re:"

(Continued from page 1) correct an erroneous impression that: In Wreck Sias, Mrs. G. W. Sparks, Mrs. Ward turns," asked a grower of his
employee of the company. Uninjured Roberts, of Moore Haven Mrs.. E.
seals i dealer.
here' today the tuberculosis Christmas received The answer is-"Sulfo-
There was a rumor J. Rogero, Mrs. A. W.. Lawrence,
and _
between Thanksgiving "
the inquest : cide. Its value has been
that authorities holding Red Cross seals. Congressman J. Hardin Peterson, Mrs. R. T. Mitchell, :Mrs Theo proven
1 I Christmas are
were of the belief that he had either : Both organizations are eager to of this district, had a narrow escape Youngblood, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Miss by 20 years continuous use by

been killed by a F. E. C. train confusion on this matter from serious injury last Saturday Leo \V111ingham and Miss Jewel Florida vegetable growers. .'
which passed sometime before or he I
between Lakeland and Russell.
had been murdered and his body : in the public mind and have statement clarified Tampa afternoon when, he lost control of his I Dip all beans in Sulfocide. Better ....
the. situation in a
train to "
placed on the track for I still, with Sulfocide
car which overturned several times. North LaBelle I spray and
when found, less than just issued. ManIs
hit because
train I Public support of Red Cross activities The accident was apparently causedby I you will have no speckled beans.
ten minutes after the cane pass-
cold and there was i is asked from Armistice Dayto the 'front wheels catching in abed Very Much Alive : Florida
ed the body was the annual of loose sand on the shoulder I Experiment. Station Press r"\
during ,
little blood in sight. What blood Thanksgiving of the pavement.Mr. : Bulletin 464 reports that dipping ..
clotted which could roll call for members. The Christmas --- I
there was had in such a seals are sold for the support Peterson attributes the fact (Moore Haven Democrat) tomatoes,' when .picked, in Sulfo

hardly: have happened o'f tuberculosis work beginning -that he was uninjured to the all- J. F. (Bud) Cross, member of cide reduces rots to a minimum.

short time. Thanksgiving. : steel turret top on the car which the county school board and county Spray Tomatoes, Beans, Strawberries
Confusion has arisen because the stood the shock without being crushed commissioner-elect from his districtof ,
I 7 etc., before
RusselKay- in.MARION. After
seal" into North LaBelle reported Wednesday
term "Red Cross came was : -
use at the time of 'the 'World War. morning to have been killedin picking; 'ya'sh or dip in Sulfocide.The .

I For 10 years before that the Red DeLOZIER'S* PARTY an automobile accident near La- cost is insignificant-less
(Continued from Page 4) handle the Christ- CELEBRATES 7TI BIRTHDAY Belle on the day previous but
Cross undertook to quashed than the cost of the labor. The
Denis Figeroux, Cuban Growers As- mas seal sale. Later this work was --- the rumor by appearing, very returns

sociation, L. A. Wheeler, U. S. Department turned over to the National Tuber- Marion DeLozier, of Connellsville, much alive- to attend the meeting of are many hundredfold.

of Agriculture, Emil culosis Association and affiliated ag. Pa., who has been visiting her grandparents the county school board held that I The best dealers' in Florida sell -

Schram, Reconstruction Finance encies. ., Mr. and Mrs I. D. Leydig, morning. Sulfocide. '

Corporation, General Markham and The active partnership between' celebrated her seventh birthday J A wreck did ,occur near LaBellein I for leaflet Insist on having it. Ask

Col. Dunn, U. S. Army Engineer, the Red Cross and the Tuberculosis Thursday at the Leydig home witha which a man by the name of Cros-, "Sulfocide, the, Bean
President-elect of the State Senate party. Although her birthday does Spray.
Associated lasted until 1920, when by was 'seriously injured and was

Stuart Gillis, Speaker-elect W. McL. the Red Cross concentrated efforts: not come until December 16 she taken to a hospital in Fort Myers B. G. PRATT

Christie of the House, State Senators on the roll call and the National Tuberculosis wished to take advantage of the Almost at the same time the death of ;50 COMPANY

Wallace Terwin and Ernest Graham Association conducted the Florida sun for her party as she is 0. W. (Bud) Turner was! reported New Church St.

and Representative Stewart and seal sale. leaving next week with her mother in Clewiston as the result of a car York

Hyde. Since that time there have beenno for her home. wreck and the similarity of the com- SULFOCIDEThe .

It was by far the most distinguished Red Cross seals in the United Games were played by the groupof ,}med, names probably led to the ,

gathering brought to Florida in children during the afternoon-
States and the tuberculosis Christ rumor getting started.
many years and the interest they mas .seals have carried the double- ter which refreshments were served Anyway we are very pleased that Bean Spray

, evidenced in the state indicates the I barred cross, the international em of gelatin, ice cream and cak'e. Those I Jir, Cross was able to prove, like I

'./, importance of this cavalcade from blem of the fight against tubercu- present included: Joan Crouch, Nan-::I J ark Twain, that the reports of his

r' the standpoint of future develop-I cy Wright, Mary Louise ThoRia, death were "very much exaggerat .
losis.F. 11 1-
ment. D. Duff is county chairman of

. A more favorable time to take I the Christmas seal sale for 1936. -

them through the glades country .YMY 9 ,Y v Y .. v V ? YA' A Y 0.iK .
: <
:rit'\t! "Efr "' ';c.
;. could not have been arranged, for I GOOD PROGRESS BEING MADE t (!'):wiv .:r, : ;

- growing conditions have been ideal
. atDearborn Polant. y..n. ? {.+,+:;
' and everything looked its best. The $ ft /tsrtv: Base and IbnfJ1in (.; ra :; rrtr .

weather was perfect and everyone The two, business buildings whichare f t Priced as low as; au l:1xes.:: .Accessories Uumpet'S.Dcllv&Y ad'dltlonal.Spare Tire. { i, ; .,., iki
.,' enjoyed themselves. Great credit it now under construction along >;: and .

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MQue S t at give' iEWM
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} The following audit prepared by Ernst and Ernst, public accountants < I 9

::,: is published for the information of all concerned. S
,., M. W. BIGG mdea1: C
,j ;:) Y 'iMO- FJ) lt8
. City Clerk. .

> OP CLEW1STOX CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA '*' .mdmorebeauBtdulb@dy
" September 30, 1936 1ft New '

:.' ASSETS Cash on: hand and on deposit......................... $ 552.19 1 designs. .' a9B m@deEs same TIieTIirtfiu'GO

> Accounts Receivable .
<, Unpaid rents ..................:..............:.......'......... 10.00 wheeibase sa Y / S
I ,
: Tax Certificates "\ I
1935 : : $ 1,780.46 I
;. 1934 ::::::::::::::..::::::::::.:::::::::::::::;:::::;:.:::::::::::: 1,193.26: :
: 1933 .......-...................................................... 851.99 .

-., 1932 -.......................-.....-............................... 1,309.22 5,134.98 *>!:*wMftxrS.f'IJiSkk! aBate
.,. ...
I::: Equipment (Cost Value) -, .

/"- Trucks, tractor, fire hydrants and *

i miscellaneous, equipment ...........'....:t........ 5,846.30
f; Less: Allowance for depreciation .....?:........ 2,338.28 3,508.02 -

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" $ 9,205.05
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Accounts Payable
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I For purchases; expenses, etc ......:....I.;:.$ 383.09
;" For unpaid' salaries .?......'............!.. 250.00

. -'.- \For overpayment of taxes .. 31.97 665.06
f '
', Contract payable "

:iS For equipment purchased ...............;.......... \ 900.00
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:" Surplus .
r Unappropriated balance-September.

: : 30, 1936 ........._.................=.........:.. -_.':. .:..... 7,639.99 I>
: :
.::; : -. $ 9,205.05 a'
io, ', ? f t ," r. price c/8J b.p.De Luxt ForJor
L';., ;' >,' : ,' roaring Stdan shcu-n dltrt is$66)


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c:'- ". HE\'EXTJE'Taxes levied _..............................._............_......$ 16,181.82 1937 Ford V's are here: with 'Sweeping improvements and- ..2 AUTHORIZED FORD

Occupational Licenses .....___.........___................ 340.00 .The performance, more comfort, FINANCE PUNS
I Js' Rentals .........-...-................................................. 135.00 *?- X-'S fA that mean See and drive Americas : $ZS a month, tl

;s.;.., Interest received ............_............................... 70.39 aeconomy. Call on us today FORD DEALER :> after usual
Redemption fees ........___......___......................'.... 38.00 low-priced cars YOUR t down -. ayinert,, :

\:. Miscellaneous .........___...................................... 67.3 $ 16,832.54EXPENDITURES Nt most modern QUAUTYI-Rear! buys any model i
.' -- /' : UGmUSTILL! >j 1937
.. : '. tefe QUIETER Y-8 forward of axle.
: SMOOTHER, inches '
I{, ti x*, scat now 7 car. your
'J.1 :l\Iaintenance-Streets and Bridges ................$ 3,275.80 AsFS Now offered in two siz s. ALSO!-Easier shockless steerin Ford dealer }.
\\ about the
.'::( Maintenance and operation of equipment .... 2,886.42' :> SAFETY BRfKESlSelfenergizing engine cooling richwoodgrain L; easy ".

.i.. Office expense ..............-...........................'....... 1,743.16 iV> <-f < EASY-ACTION improved plans /
:i-- l\Iaintenancc---ruks and Parkways _........... 1,581.30 Iw py A;-- operation. Greaterstopping finish hI'

Street Lighting ................................................ 1,553.22 *? i : power,with e'zsiersofter _smart new up )
:.'_ Cutting weeds ...............-.............._................. 1,216.45 pedal action. meat In all models-huge:: .
'. Depi eciation-equipment: ................................ 1,182.71 fiKB:; 's % luggage compartmentsclesides : .; :; .
:' Legal and publications ......___.m..m.......<..... 813.15 > All-STEEL SAFETY nO ;!ES-Steel top, vision "V" windshields that'open

Police ...................................................:.......... 635.13 ,;.r sides, floor, welded into a single Safety Glass throughout-i/'ore > \: ;.;
I. Garbage and sanitation ................................ 252.78 A; all-steel unit. Rubber-mounted money to the last detail!

", Bank charges ...........................................m.... 3.92 15420.60 V'g insulated. for your
> ", and fully w e:

; Excess Revenue over Expenditures and Depreciation ........$ 1411.94

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