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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 18, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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f VOLUME NUMBETl .10' CI \VISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER: 18, 1936 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00. YEAR

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I Lowe Must Die ,For : Coroners Jury Holds .
CANAL OPENING AND I COMMUNITY TREE FR. WALSH DELIVERS

Killing Aged Mechanic Accident UnavoidableThe

WATERCADE SET FOR IN CIVIC PARK ON I ,INSPIRING ADDRESS

: I J. C. Lowe, convicted in the September coroner's jury, called a week I

22ND OF FEBRUARY county for term the of murder court of in E. Hardee D. At- I CHRISTMAS EVE ago Sunday by Coroner G. Small to TO KIWANIS CLUB

investigate the auto wreck on road
kinson, aged mechanic for the U. S. !
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;.; GREAT FLOTILLA OF YACHTS Sugar Corporation in their Clewis- SEVERAL HUNDRED LOCAL j I "A) pnAISE YOURSELF" SUBJECT
[' AND GOVERNMENT BOATS ton shops, was denied a new trial by CHILDREN EXPECTED AT Marcus Luke and 0. W. Turner, con- OF WEDNESDAY'S: TALK .

r WILL PARTICIPATE Circuit Judge W. J. Barker at a ANNUAL FESTIVITY cluded their deliberations Friday afternoon -I' ATIEETIXG:: II.

I JI hearing held In Wauchula Monday I. _
and after hearing the testi- __
The watercade across Florida from thus ending his one and only chanceof Thursday night, Christmas Eve, mony of several witnesses held that Father J. F. Walsh, pastor of St.Margaret's .
7' Stuart to Fort Myers which will escaping the electric chair aside will be the greatest day for Clewis- I Catholic
:" the accident was unavoidable. church of this
formally open the cross-state water- from executive clemency. ton youngsters in exactly a year for

'. way is scheduled to be held ,on February Lowe was arrested following the on that night in the civic park the Among the witnesses called'Friday city was guest speaker at the meet .1',.
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, 22, it was announced Saturday finding of Adkinson's body in Charley living Community Christmas tree were Rosetta Crocker' Effie Mathis, ing of the Kiwanis Club on Wednesday ; '

I :: by Carl Hanton, of Fort Myers, Creek near Wauchula a fe\v days will be lighted up and Santa Claus.I Gladys Nowling' E. 'C. Pate and O. evening and many of those -

i ::' who heads the' committee for the ar- following the Fourth of July. On that will be present to distribute gifts, D. Luke, driver of the car in which attending stated that it was one of

m I rangements. The date was set after date the two men were seen togetherat candy and fruit to all the youngstersof the two men were killed. The Investigation -
j the most' inspiring talks they had ever -
continued until late
Fred Whidden's station Road" was
; Col. Earl North, district U. S. on the community.The '
Engineer had assured tiie Okeechobee 25 and were known to have left that community tree is sponsoredby in the week in order that Mr. Luke : heard.. There was a record attend,
could accompany the body of his ance of members to hear '''the message
Flood Control Board that the place together that night. Atkinson the Clewiston Garden Club and -

Caloo;>ahatchee River would be navigable was also known to have had a con- the local American Legion post. For brother to Sycamore, Ga. for burial.In he brought on tHe subject "Ap
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r> by that date. siderable sum of money on his per several years the committees in : an' interview with a representative praise Yourself.

.J The flotilla of government boats son at the time and that Lowe who charge have labored to make this a i of this paper this week]: Mr. Luke Before beginning his address, Fr.

and private yachls: will be gatheredat had been sponging off of friendsin most colorful and pleasant occasion told 'a somewhat different story of Walsh sang in a clear baritone voice I:

Stuart on February 21 and will Clewiston for sometime, was for the children and for the adults the wreck than was gathered last',I the; .beautiful selection "Smilin II:

start out on the cross-state trip on broke. Shortly before the finding of and this year is no exception. Several -. week from the information available.He Thru" accompanied by Miss Marion .

the morning of February 22, Wash- the body' suspicions of Hardee coun- hundred Clewiston children are stated that the three men left Leydig at the piano.

? ington's birthday. Because of tho ty officers were aroused when Lowe, expected to be present. from the Clewiston beer parlorjust Because of the great interest f

; fact that so many btoats are expected whose home is in Gardner, appeared before the accident but contrary to shown in the address by the mem- !

to take part two days will betaken I with Atkinson's car and told a story general belief had not been attend- bers and because it is almost impossible -

r. on the trip it being planned which they had difficulty in believing ing a party there and that neitherhe ; to delete anything from a talk

that the first night out will be spent I He was taken into custody and E. E. GOODNO DIES nor his brother was drinking. He where every phrase is filled with

: in Clewiston. Next morning the boats the investigation which followed said that they were not in pursuit of i meaning, almost the full text of Fr.

will start out from Clewiston and cJosely identified Lowe with the another car but were en route to the Walsh's talk is given below:
OF HEARS ATTACK
I 'i during; the forenoon will _pass murder. He had been spending mon- home of G. H. McDuffie for a bed "Coming to the close of the year
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': through the locks at Moore Haven ey recklessly, was driving the dead which Marcus Luke had arranged to we consciously or subconsciously ap-

,I L to enter the Caloosahatchee canal man's car and blood was found in take to Benbow Farms where he praise ourselves in the questions t

' ." and river. the car. The general belief is that HENDRY COUNTY PIONEER l was working. The accident, he said, which almost naturally come .to
'I' PASSES AWAY WHILE EN-
It is expected that the "water- he shot Adkinson a short way from ROUTE occurred when they attempted to mind.. What have I done in the year j
TO FT. MYERS I
' :. cade" will attract one of the largest where he had dumped the body over pass a car which crowded them off now dying and what am I going to. !

", gatherings of government officials the guardrail of a bridge into the to the shoulder the road and when i do in the New Year that lies ahead?
E. E. Goodno, founder of LaBelle
: and yachtsmen ever assembled in creek below. the wheel caught in the soft shoulder are queries which force their atten- I

,.' South Florida. Governor Sholtz will Efforts of defense attorneys, I. P. end pioneer cattleman of this sectionIf they were thrown Into the guard tion upon us. We are all separate

j head a delegation which will invite Barlow and A. Yancey Teachey, of Florida died Saturday of a heart rail with the fatal result that his identities wishing to be known orlove'd ,

President Roosevelt to take part: in Wauchula, to prove that the bOdy. .attack while en route from Punta brother was thrown out and instantly not by the hearsay of others I

jl. the opening ceremonies and it is was not that of Atkinson were un ..' assa to Fort Myers. The news killed, and Turner received injur- but by those who are willing and I

1 believed that he will do so because availing. Lowe will be sent to the ies which caused his death in the anxious to see the good in us or leave

i j of his interest in the project and' in state farm at Raiford to await his came as a great shock to his friends Lakeview' Hospital two days' later. the evil to Him who made Human I

I yachting. Senator Claude Pepper and execution. Although very calm dur- here and all over Hendry county Mr. Luke stayed with the car and Nature and knows how to 'round off I II

: Rep. J. Hardin Peterson are organizing ing his trial he is said to have been where he lived for so many years. swam out of the roadside canal after I!I!I the corners. None of us'are.self-made i

i' a congressional party and representation very nervous during the hearing He was 78 years of age at his death it had finally stopped, front end since our Creator, parents and hundreds I

i from the war department Monday The following account of his death downward in the canal.Community' Ii of individuals whom we have I
( and events of his life taken from I
are
i @ bureau of navigation and coast met, each has contributed to making 1

guard is expected.' No estimate has Garden Club Offers the., columns. .of.,.last" _Sunday'sFort'_ 'Church us what we are. No ijation) or individual :c"

',' yet been attempted of the numberof Myers News-Press: I can get along without God. .

yachts that will participate but Prizes For DecorationsThis "Edgar Everett Goodno, 78 year- Plans Xmas ProgramThe How many through history's pages,
old Southwest Florida cattleman and l the chorus first uttered
Fort Myers, planning the chief celebration i have joined in -

of the event is preparingto real estate developer, died suddenly in Pilate's judgment hall

entertain the largest floating yesterday morning as the result of a I 'Away with the man, Crucify him'
year, as in years past, the Christmas musical program:
population ever to dock in tat city. heart 'attack suffered while' he was and how many have been forced, ev-
fill which each th'choir I
Garden Club present a prize for is presented year by
Yacht clubs in resort cities on the enroute from Punta Rassa to Fort church ;men I on their death bed to, cry out,
the best decorated doorway and for of the Community on
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: East Coast will take part as will Myers. Mr. Goodno was in apparentlygood Christmas I 'Galilean, Thou hast conquered.
the best outdoor Christmas tree it the Sunday preceding will
' those on the lower West Coast and health Friday but yesterday "We; fail sometimes in the things
was announced this week by Mrs. F. be given on the coming Sunday at
' an invitation will be extended for morning he felt ill and asked friendsto we set ourselves to do but is it any
: : M. Wright,. president of the organi- 10:45 following Sunday school and
all boats 'to proceed up the Gulf I I drive him to Fort Myers. Death : disgrace to fail, especially in greats
zation. again at 7:30 at the church. It i
: Coast. overtook him on the way to town. :.1) attempts? That's a noble failure. AllBeethoven's
, '. Competition is expected to be more understood that only minor changes
Former governors of Florida who "Mr. Goodno came to Fort Myersin :I compositions were not
than ever keen this year because the are contemplated from the morningand
were in office during the time since 1894 from Winfield, Kas., and masterpieces nor were all Napoleon'sbattles
i outdoor Christmas tree does not nec- evening services.
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. the flood control and navigation lived here three 'years before going I victories. None of us can live
essarily have to be a live tree. Heretofore The progra.is as follows:
t project has been under constructionwill to LaBelle where he became a mer- our own life. There is no life so
a living tree has been neces- It Came Upon a Midnight Clear;
take part in the ceremonies chant, grove owner, hotel operatorand 'l[humble and insignificant that does
sary and many were 'handicapped Carol by Willis-Congregation.
whjle practically all of the present 'cattleman. He founded LaBelle not touch someone else for joy or
by not having a living tree in their Bethlehem Bowker.Quartet:
:- state officials are planning to be, and Gooduo. He traded some orange sorrow. We are Mother Nature's beet
'' lawn. Kay Lawler, Hazel Prewitt, Frank:
(,' \ present. river property for 5,000 head of'cat- expression and into her arms someday -
Judges have been chosen and will I Wfright and Robert Smith.
.'. :" Practically all of the dredging operations tle in the Kissimmee valley and then we return. Above us may be ros-
tour the town by day and by nightto Silent Night-Gruber arrangement -
4 will be completed early in proceeded to improve his ,stock by es which would have meant so much
view the decorations. The decis -Lorens-with trio and soprano
r. '.' January but the opening of the cau- ion will be made Christmas Eve and importing blooded bulls from the obligato. more had they been thrown in the
f\ al has been delayed because of the middle west. His best known ventureas pathway of life rather than on our
the decorations viewed by the judgeson O Holy Night-Adam-Choir with
Ortona Lock construction. Although a cattleman was 'importing a herd tomb where we cannot see their
that day.Vegetable. solo by Frank Wright. .
-' the locks may not be entirely 'com of sacred Brahman bulls from India. Calm On the' Listening Ear-Wil- beauty or smell their fragrance.

.' pleted by the date set for the open- "Today the result of the import- son-Quartet. "In a few days we celebrate the

ing they will be far enough along' Markets ation of these large, hump-backed birth of Him ,'through whom the skyis
Cantata-The World's True Light
:.a .that no difficulty will be cattle can be seen on the stock of arched, through whom the rosa
Stultz Choir.
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'i"1- ed in locking the boats Weaker Southwest Florida. Mr. Goodno, a is red'.. In the light of His coming,
; experienc-I I Considerably : Soloists: Soprano, Katherine Law-
'.. the high level on the I! lover of fine animals, also imported ler; Alto Hazel Prewitt; Tenor, I appraise yourself. If there is ope
the locks to the'sea level canal on horses, sheep and goats and made a Frank Wright Baritone Robert I word: more than another which epi-

':-.:'..: the Gulf side. Most of the work remaining \ serious. weakening of northern I success of raising ,them. In 1900 Mr.\ Smith. ; tomizes the events of Bethlehem that:

'to be done on the structure vegetable markets, believed \to be Goodno built an electric and ice plant The Sunday School of the Community word is Love. It is the prime powerof

is excavation of the channel approaches due to the pre-holiday slump in buying near LaBelle. He improved his 8-I Church will have its Christmas the Universe. 'By it the sun In

: ':'-: to the locks and spillway has been the cause of great 000 acre ranch until it was a show, Heaven is moved and all the stars'and
on Wednesday eveningat
program
f l' and the rip-rapping of this channel. cern,, in the truck farming sectionsof i place. This ranch, was purchased in 7:30 at the church. There will bea of necessity it comes into your

.-4y;; The only remaining/concrete work I the 'Glades this week and priceson .1917 by Henry; Ford and still belongsto gaily lighted tree with presentsfor livesas* members of this club in your

-; ; is the floor of the lock chamber and beans and cabbage, of which two I the motor manufacturer who was I service to others and 'in doing the
all the children and a visit from
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, : ;:. the caps on the steel sheet piling crops there is more than anythingelse one of Mr.\ Goodno's close friends. things which no one else seems to
Santa Claus is expected. Parents. are
S.: which form the walls of the cham have dropped so low that many "During more recent years Mr. particularly invited lo help the wish to trouble themselves with. .

> her farmers are not even picking their Goodno has been interested in the Keep on giving yourself to others.
youngsters enjoy this annual event.
/\, crops. development of Punta Rassa wherehe Never mind the results, they always

t. .LOADED TRUCK OVERTURNS owned 1,200 acres of land. This follow. In the end when you lay
Although some a f.o.b.
report price
Air Circus To Be AtWhidden's
d., :? NEAR BARE BEACH SATURDAY of $1.00 per crate for stringless tract sold at a fabulous price in down Life's burden may you be ableto

ty S black Valentine beans this week, this 1926 but Mr. Goodno got back, titlein say that in Life you helped insofaras

r'(2'- ;.' A truck loaded with cabbage and is the exception and the price gen the past few years and had plans Corner ;you could, to lighten the load and

2< belonging to Paul Bussey overturned erally quoted ranges from forty to for its development at the time of his: shorten the road for someone else

#,?,: about a quarter of a mile west of eighty cents Cabbage is being loaded death. He is' survived by a brother, Elmo Bannister, described as the: and where possible you plucked a

';.f';'' Bare Beach Saturday afternoon. The built to trucks at from $12 to $15 H. J. Goodno of Nev/kirk, Okla., and human bat, accompanied by Jimmy thistle and planted a rose wherevera

: driver of the truck, whose name we per ton and many growers are let- an adopted son, Dennis Small of La- Miller who gave an air circus here rose would grow." ;
:: have been unable to learn, Belle" >#1'Funeral their two planes i! At the close of Father Walsh's ad-
, was un- ting the heads burst in large fields a year ago,brought
; ;; injured. A negro helper suffered a rather than cut them for the 'price. services were held at Whidden's Corner at the intersection -s: dress R. C, Wilson was introducedas

broken finger. The truck was damaged Prices on eggplant and pepper re- three o'clock Monday afternoon at of Roads 67 and 25 Wednesday I a club member and President I.
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considerably. the Englehart chapEl where the bodywas M. Pafford called the board of direct
fi' mains steadier than any crop but and are flying passengers during I
! _'_U there is a comparatively small acreage taken immediately. Rev A. M. the week and will give an air circus I I ors to a meeting held after the closeof

,. CHRISTMAS: EDITIONThe in this farming area. Glisson officiated at the services there on Sunday to which the public!i the regular meeting to transact

and interrment was made in the Fort is invited.Mr. some club business.

.1' sews will be printed Myers cemetery. .fc Bannister states that he is

6"n Thursday of next: week Sarasota Fla.-A truckload of the only aviator now alive who does ''I

1T..':. In order that employees inayliaxo eane Feed has> been obtained from Lake Butler, Fla.-Fifty Union) the human bat act. From an airplane I traction is "Little Billy" who leaps

I.< .... \ Friday off for Brooksville Experiment Station for county growers sold 63,000 pounds' high in the air he jumps and with from an airplane a thousand feet
. Christmas. I trial plantings in the fields'ot a Sarasota of for total ot"aIprOximate-l the curious webliko'costume whichhe up without a parachute. ,
i pecans a
In Chic issue win appear our County dairy reports County wears, dives and glides about The planes are both licensed and
,. .. regular series of greeting card( }' ::'(I Agent W. E. Evans. The dairy will ly $5,300 at a recent cooperative sale, through the air until less than a : the pilots experienced and a good

v;, :'.'" and we will attempt to contact dry to' get :enough silage from the. e/e. according to a report from thousand feet from the ground when i view and a safe ride is promised. anyone -

everyone prior to Wcxlncsdnr.J plantings] to fill Its 50-ton silo. It ounty Agent IT.. Pyer, I he who wishes to go up,
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER: 18, 1936



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,IMPROVED Giles Quickly Decided

BRISBANETHIS 24e/itPe'i/v; UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL I There'd Be No ExchangeFarmer G>


SUNDAY
WEEKThe Lesson Giles was in town seeing -
the sights. 'Coming to a large


Pope's Health Pw r< lJ! ur By Dean REV.of HAROLD the Moody Chicago.L.Bible LUNDQUIST Instituteof building said Exchange"Women's,he" and,saw a little"Employment farther" it

Exchange He-
Western Newspaper Union.
One Pillar Missing entered the latter place and was

Big London FireA met by the glare of a fierce
Pretty Good Country By Edward W. Pickard Lesson for December 20 woman behind the counter.

News far more important than Q<< ) Western Newspaper Union "Is this the Women's 'Exchange -
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any English royal marriage controversy THE SUPREME GIFT OF LOVE ? he inquired.
"It "
concerns Mrs. Simpson Offers to deputies to the support of his policyof Christmas Lesson is, scowled the woman.
"And
of what < you wish?"
the health neutrality concerning the civil
Free Edward "
The King LESSON TEXT-I John 4719. "Well, he .said, "are the
Pope Pius. by the storm over war in Spain, and this victory saved you
whole world, ad- DISTRESSED proposal to his regime from disaster. The vote GOLDEN TEXT-Glory to God In the woman?
the highest and on earth peace, good will to "Yes, I am."
miring was 350 to 171. The communists'refused
marry her Mrs. Wallis Warfield ward men. Luke 2:14. "
"Thank
characterand you, he said, and turn-
Pope's lovely to vote because they could PRIMARY TOPIC
Simpson, Why Christmas
efforts ing to go, added, "I'll stick to
his loyal American divorcee, not approve the "blockade of republican Comes. my

for peace, took refuge in the Spain," but affirmed their JUNIOR TOPIC Immanuel-God With missus.

hopes earnestlyfor villa of friends at support of the Popular Front gov Us.

his speedy recovery Cannes France, ernment. Following the vote the INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC-
,
while and there made a cabinet ministers all decided to re- Why Jesus Came to Earth. Football HazardousFootball
millions that follow tain their YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC-
dramatic gesture of posts. The Greatest Gift of All. is the most hazardous
the Pope'sspiritual Foreign Minister Delbos told the
renunciation.Through .
sport being the of
: source 87.9 accidents -
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guidance xyv Lord chamber of deputies that France "I heard the bells on Christmas Day in 1,000 exposures. Polo is

pray for Brownlow, gentle- would give army, navy and air aid Their old familiar carols play the second most dangerous, with
that recovery, to Great Britain and if And wild and sweet
man-in-w it i to Belgium
a n g The words repeatOf 11.2 accidents in 1,000, with wres-
cardi-
Arthur Brisbane with the the king, she gave they were attacked without provo- tling third with
peace on ,earth good will to men. a slightly lower
nals kneeling at '" '(0'- :">- --- the correspondents cation. He also said that France percentage. Lacrosse

the Pope's bedside.In Mrs. Simpson this statement: soon would propose at Geneva "a Thus sang America's well-beloved accidents 6.1 causes 9.3
soccer 5.3
rowing
spite of his advanced age, "Mrs. Simpson, throughout the practical plan for reduction of arm- Longfellow. But at once his honest and boxing 4.6 accidents in .
1,000..Jet
there is reason for hope, in his always last few weeks, has invariably aments which will include provi- heart began to question-"Is there

temperate life and his early wished to avoid any action or pro- sions for publicity 'on military expenditures peace on earth? Are not men and Q

Alpine climbing expeditions.Mr. posal which might hurt or damagehis and limitation of air nations striving against each oth-

majesty or the throne. forces" er in hatred and, violence?" Were I

Hull, secretary of state, offers "Today her attitude is unchangedand he alive today he might ask his LUDEN'SMenthol

"eight pillars of peace" upon which she is willing, if such action Mt. Hull Offers Eight questions with even greater fear and

American peace and prosperity will solve the problem, to with- "Pillars of Peace" sadness. Cough Drops
might rest. draw forthwith from a situation that How blessed then that as followers .

With all respect for the secre- has become both unhappy and un HEADS of 21 delegations, to the of the Christ we are again per- 1. Clear head
conference in Buenos your
peace mitted to stand at the
tary's earnestness, it must be said tenable. lowly man-
that the most important "pillar"for This offer to abandon her romance Aires outlined national policies, and ger in Bethlehem town and rejoice 2. Soothe throat
among them was Secretary' of State anew that "the Word made your .
the United States is not found was transmitted to London was

among the eight. and all the world awaited the response -I ?___ Hull who proposed flesh and dwelt among us, full of 3. Help build

The interesting pillar is a pro- of the king, in his seclusionat I a program containing grace and truth" (John 1:14). Let up

tective force of airplanes and sub- Fort Belvedere. Unhappinessis LI what he termed us all who bear his precious name YOUR ALKALINE
marines make "eight pillars ofpeace" covenant together to "keep Christ
so great as to any the fate of both Edward and I
attack upon this country unthink- "Wally", whatever the decision 1 upon which in Christmas," and in the giving of RESERVE 5X

able. When John L. Sullivan lived, may be. If the king'relinquishes rest peace and pros- gifts remember God's great gift.

' no one hit him.London's the woman and retains the throne, r perity. These were: Let no home fail to have read on

Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin ;; 1. Internal quiet Christmas day the Bible story of

Crystal: palace, covering and the cabinet, together with the xr. and education. the Incarnation (Luke 2:1-20)). Big Factor
2. Frequent inter- Nothing was ever achieved without
The lesson for this Christmas Sun-
17 acres, went up in flames, visiblefor aristocratic caste, will have scoreda
50 miles. London has not seen victory, but the contest betweenthe national confer- day has been well chosen from the enthusiasm.-Emerson.

so great a fire since "the" great new and the old will certainlybe -:-.--- ences. First Epistle of John. The "Apostleof
fire of 1660. That fire started at one renewed in other form. Secretary 3. Swift ratifica- Love" is our teacher as we con-

o'clock in the morning in a housein At the time when Mrs. Simpson Hull ion 0 f existing sider God's supreme gift of love. RELIEf FROM PUN

Pudding lane; you may read gave out her statement, it appearedthat peace pacts. We note first of allI. COLDS

some interesting details in Pepys' the king had scored a point. 4. Adoption of a common neutral- Its Origin (I John 4:7, 8).

diary. Burning four days, the fire Mr. Baldwin, having failed signally ity policy. "God is love." In other words, The original Cellophane wrapped

caused great destruction, but did to induce the monarch to 5. ,Fair and equal commercial. pol- love is not merely one of his char- genuine pure aspirin
icies.
good in the end. It wiped out, for abandon his determination to wed acteristics, but of the very essenceof x

one thing, the great plague of Lon- Wally, gave in to the extent of side- 6. Practical international. coopera- his being. He not only loves, WORLD'S LARGEST

don, that made the citizens mark tracking the abdication issue and tion. but he is love. Therefore only those SEILEI ATFrom vASAI }

> their doors with a red cross and giving King ''Edward ample tune. 7. Strengthening. of internationallaw. who know him can truly love, and

"Lord, have mercy upon us," and to come to a final determination.He those who have not love do not know
caused the to in Lon- 8. Faithful observance of the him.
grass grow told the house of commons this

don's streets. London was rebuilt of and related the whole story of the sanctity of treaties. II. Its Manifestation (vv. 9, 10).

brick; after the fire no more wooden controversy which, he ,said, was Next day Mr. Hull offered a neu- "We may give without loving, but 1
. houses and streets made wid- trality pact for all American repub- "
were precipitated by the king himself we cannot love without giving. I
/ er. Our misfortunes often improve when he informed the prime. min- lics. His plan would create a per- God's love "sent his only begottenSon
manent inter-American consultative
c' us. ister of "his intention to ,marry into the world that we might
committee to co-ordinate existing
, ----- Mrs. whenever she shouldbe "
. Simpson live through him. Let us be sure
instruments and bring the HeartIt
. Former President Hoover, just free" Mr. Baldwin said the king peace agree- to emphasize that Christmas cele-
ment on a common neutrality poli- is far better to be homesick
now in New York, smiles at the sug- "will no doubt" communicate his brates the coming of the Saviour
based the United States'neutrality than sick of home.YOU'RE .
on
gestion that he plans to leave this decision in good time "to the gov- cy, into the world.
theory.
and take his residence ernment in this and the
. country up country III. Its Results (vv. 11-19).
in England. The former President, dominions." He added: "It will then 1. Love between 'men (v. 11).
in spite of the "Maine-Vermont" be for those governments to decide Pope Pius XI Stricken This
verse presents an absolutely SUCH A CLEVER HOSTESS, DEAR,
incident, thinks this is a pretty good what advice, if any, they would With
Leg Paralysis irrefutable argument. If God could I LOVE IT WHEN THE CLUB MEETS HERE
. country and he is right; it made feel it their duty to tender him."
:: with paralysis that af- love us, surely we should love one YOU SERVE A LOT OF FOOD THAT'S YUMMY, '
STRICKEN
him President.
Replying to a warning from Win- another.
his legs, Pope Pius THEN FURNISH TUMS TO SAVE MY TUMMYI
I ston Churchill that the governmentmust 2. with God 12-16). i ivy
XI: was believed go be in a serious Fellowship (vv.
This is "the of not try to "extort" abdica- No has God but i
day woman, as condition because he already was man ever seen ,
a well-known religious leader said. tion from the king, Mr. Baldwin afflicted with. asthma God is manifested in the lives of:

Hongkong tells of a lady, chief of said: "It has always been, and remains arterio sclero- men who, because they have taken

\ pirates, looting a ship, taking $10- the earnest desire of the sis .. and high blood his Son as their Saviour (v. 14), and '.

";. 000, displaying unusual ability and government to afford his ,majestythe pressure. At first have confessed him as such before + ? 11'N "

::. ferocity.The fullest opportunity of weighingthe the holy father flat- the world (v. 15), have come into ,; '.:
airplane, in a better way, decision which involves so directly ly refused to submitto perfect fellowship with God. Only ,

helps to establish woman's more- his own future happiness and a medical exam- through such lives will the world

" than-equality; Capt. Mollison starts the welfare of all his subjects." ination, saying "I know God's love.

': through the air from England to Africa But, he added, both- 'the govern- am in the hands of 3. Boldness in the Lord (vv. 17,
,
; trying to beat the record of ment and the king were aware that God," and he even 18). ::,
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;:. his own wife; not that of some other "considerable prolongation of the insisted on dictatingand It is tragically true that even on 1 ,,

:' man. Flying records depend upon present ,state of suspense and un- signing letters. Christmas day ''when we speak of: .

the" machine and the nerve of the certainty would involve the risk of But later he was peace and good will, it is a fact that TASTY TUMS SO QUICKLY

:' pilot. Women have more nerve and gravest injury to" national and im- persuaded to take Pope Pius men and women outside of Christare RELIEVE ACID INDIGESTION

physical courage than men have perial interests. complete repose, which his physi- his enemies and must look in GAS, HEARTBURN, SOUR STOMACH :.

. ever had, although men don't knowit. In what the prime minister saidit cians said was vitally necessary. fear toward a day of judgment. But WHY WAIT, for relief when you're :.; ,

was made evident,the king never Father Agostino Gemelli of Milan, how different for those who know V Y troubled withheartburn.sourstomach, :I'".
had stated his intention ? relief right with always -
gas Keep your you
r of making a medical expert, was summoned to Christ as Saviour. Perfect love, for unexpected emergencies. Carry -.;./ '...
If you have imagined at any time Vatican City and gave out a state- God's love, has cast out all fear and Turns .like millions now do!Turns are ..

that the United States has lost its Mrs. Simpsonqueen ment indicating that rigid meas- they\ may face with boldness even pleasant-tasting... .only lOc..yet they '". : ......

interest in kings, titles and nobility, ;the and monarchwas it appears ures were being taken to stave off ,the day of judgment.If Contain give relief no harsh that alkalies is scientific..cannot, thorough.over- :i-":{!-'';..

turning away from such things in told that nei- possible uremic poisoning.The any reader of these lines lacks alkalize your stomach.Just enough antacid -,;:::'','
its complete, simple-hearted democ- .f'J pope's illness was discovered this holy boldness, why not make compound to correct your stomach acidity ", ,"

racy, look at your newspaper and ther'his governmentnor when he was unable to arise for a this Christmas season a time of; is released remainder passing unreleased ':;:.;>.'';;.,
those of the dominions from your system. For quick
see how many columns and pic- would ceremonial concluding a week of spiritual "nativity"-take the Christof relief carry Turns! lOc at any drug store, ",.:
tures it prints about Britain's king tenance coun- 4a x'L spiritual exercises. He was barely Bethlehem and Calvary as your or the 3-roll ECONOMY PACK for 25c. ,':;;.:-:{.,

and his proposed marriage at this legislation qr able to stir the left leg and physi- Saviour just now! FOR THE TUMMY...,,,..... :( ,
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time; and observe, if you dine out, making possible a cians found that the heaviness of 4. Appreciation of his love (v. 19). TUMS "..... "'.." t -.',''.'

the general subject of conversation.It morganatic m a r- limb had spread also to the right Love begets love: God's love for JI' ).MC\t 1 .,:.:.
riage, which -Edward TUMS AREANTACID 4 ,lr.
leg. us moves us. deeply and we love ... rur. \y M..CM 1 .
desires. On King Edward him. He loved us "while we were NOT A LAXATIVE, .awv vo ea.I ';-.';, "
was truly ia marvelous reception this point neitherthe '
sinners" (Rom. 5:8): Much
that Buenos Aires, and the Midland Steel Strike yet
en- king nor the cabinet has yielded -
then being saved we should 51-36
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tire Argentine Republic., its Presi- and to date Edward t
has shownno Ended by Agreement love him, and love the brethren.See .
dent, cabinet and people, gave to intention of abdicating.
of the Midland I John 4:20, 21.)
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the President of the EMPLOYEES '
United
States.
Having learned all about the Simpson
plant at Detroit So "let us keep the feast, not Miserable
An enthusiastic
crowd of
a million affair when the British press returned to their work, having votedto with the leaven of malice and
and a half crowded every street in dropped its self-imposed silence, the accept a settlement of their wickedness but with the unleav- with backache ?
;
the great Argentine city, now in British public took hold of it with strike which included wage ad- ened bread of sincerity and truth". f
the spring season, and most pleas- excitement and enthusiasm. Crowds .
ing were two words used by the Ar- paraded in London, carrying ban- work justments system.and abolition The strike of had the piece been ((1 Cor. 5:8):anotherA Then we may indeed WHEN kidneys function badly and

gentine president, Justo, "Mi ami-I ners with such inscriptions as "God felt the automobile in- wish one suffer a nagging backache
go" ("my friend"), as he greetedthe Save the King From Baldwin." seriously by Joyous Christmas I with dizziness, burning, scanty or too

American President. They booed cabinet members and dustry. frequent urination and getting up, at .
the of The peace terms, which union Real Poverty night when you feel tired, nervous,
( Those two words, mi amigo, ex- archbishop steadfast Canterbury, who leaders called a "90 per cent vic- Poverty is, except where there all upset. use Doan's Pills. "-
tended in all sincerity from one end was and against the mar- tory" for employees, provide for is an actual want of food and raiment Doan's are especially for poorly
of the two Americancontinents riage, surged about Bucking- Millions of boxesare
to of the union 45 hour working kidneys.
recognition a a thing much more imag-
ham palace in great throngs.Blum's ,
the other would solve the used They arc recom-
American every year.
-
week, time and a half pay for over- inary than real. The shame of pov-
problem and this mended the country over. Ask your ..' ",
peace coun- time and holidays, an increase of erty-the shame of being 'thought
Spain Policy Wins neighbor!
need not about the
try two
worry 10 cents an hour on the base rate is great and fatal weak-
words popular in" Europe and Asia- Support of Deputies of pay, and a 10 per cent increaseon poor-it ness, though a arising in this coun- ,

"MY ENEMY. PREMIER BLUM of France, for piece work until it is eliminated, try from the fashions of the times
King Features WNU SyndIcate rvic Ino. time calling for a vote which is to be done as rapidly as themselves.

of confidence, won the chamber of possible.





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:.l E. CLEWISTON NEWS.: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1936 I

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I "** 0 The Beautiful
1 and Phrases
pouUtry I
w. BEAUTY has been the delight

A cheval. (F.) On horseback.Cela of the world
va sans dire. (F.) That goes ever since it began. There is

s without saying; it is obvious. something irresistible in the
De bon augure. (F.) Propitious. beauteous form. The most se- .
4'Poa Erinnerung. (G.) A remem- vere cannot pretend that theydo
y E CHICK FEED NEEDS brance; a souvenir. not feel an immediate pre-
possession in favor of the hand-
MINERAL BALANCE Fortiter in re. (L.)' With firm-
some. At the same time the
ness in action.
handsome should bear this in
Ignis fatuus. (L.) Will-o'-the-
'. Slipped Tendons Prevented mind-that not any can bestow
; :.;... wisp. this gift on themselves, nor re-
by Care of Ration. Lupus in fibula. (L.j) The wolf tain it when they have it.-
r in the fable; long looked for, come Steele.
'i at last. -
By C. S. Platt, Associate Professor Poultry
r. Husbandry.WNU New Service.Jersey Collc :. Non omnis moriar. (L.) I shall The freer you feel yourself :

,: Slipped tendons, an abnormal con- not wholly die. in the presence of another, the
dition frequently found in chickens Respice finem. (L.) Look. to the more free is he.-Lavater.

reared in batteries can be prevented end.

by properly adjusting the mineral
balance in the ration.
'

: .- supply This difficulty of phosphorus arises from along an with over-a II t Colorful Scottie Quilt I I I

,, lack of calcium in relation to the
i j,' phosphorus content of the feed. Baby

i.i chick feeds containing 10 per cent
bed size, and a diagram of block
.
i, or more meat'scrap, supplemented which serves as a guide for placing -
i with bone meal, will have a phos- the patches and suggests con-
';" phorus content of at least one per trasting materials.To .

cent, while a phosphorus content of obtain this pattern send 15
one-half of cent is all
only one per
cents in '
stampr or coins (coins
that is needed for normal develop-
preferred) to The Sewing Circle .
', ment. ;ft Household Arts Dept., 259 West ;
In order to keep the phosphorusat d Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y.
the level, it is necessaryto
proper Write plainly your name, address
restrict the amount of fish scrap, and pattern number.
\. meat scrap, or bone meal to five w
per cent of the mash mixture. Any

protein required in addition to five Royal Measles Would
per cent meat or fish should be sup-

::,' plied by milk in some form. Gratify Gracious Mayor ,

1 When chicks are being reared on a
1""'" floor or are allowed to run outdoors, Pattern 5673 A pendant to the historic inci-

I ,:.,. slipped tendons will not appear, even mony, introduced them as "Mr. Scotties to right of you, Scotties dent of Queen Elizabeth and Sir
;f:' though the phosphorus content of the and Mrs. Horace Linn" new resi- to left of you, and each one fun Walter Raleigh is this gem, sure-
t..: ration may be as high as one per A F f tJ dents of Palas City! to piece for this amusing and colorful ly-supplied by Arthur Croxton:
:
; L: cent. Regardless of the actual t "Sh! They think you are my hus- quilt. Here at last, your The courtly mayor of a small
i1.i amount of the phosphorus present or band. Don't make them any wis- chance to use up scrap after scrapof town 'in the Midlands had the

: ,: the condition under which the birds er. Horace and I are strangers, gay cotton in the contrasting honor of dancing at some ,public ':
i : are being reared, it is necessary Manl you know, here," Julia motioned.Not blankets, being sure to keep Scot- ceremonial with Queen Alexandrathen

: I ': for normal development that the knowing whether Julia had tie's squarish head and legs in a ( princess of Wales). She
;: calcium content be kept at a level 'planned to pass her brother off as dark, uniform color. It's a worldof smilingly warned him that she had
I'. two or three times greater than Christmas her husband, or whether it was a fun to piece, and the pattern just had measles in her house- ';
.' that of the phosphorus. surprise to Julia, as well as to. may also be used for a patchwork hold, and that she hoped that she .

himself, Manly .. .., pillow. In pattern 5673 you will would not give him the disease.

!" Iron and Copper Needs played "hus- find the Block Chart, an illustra- Bowing low before her, the mayor :"'
'" ..faithful"beside
bandly '
"
Husband tion for cutting, sewing and finishing answered:

for the Poultry Flock it seemed Julia.,that But ,- together with yardage chart, "Your royal highness, I should ,

Chickens, like mammals, need diagram of quilt to help arrange be most happy to take anythingat
$
both iron and copper for building :1'GerLrude every place the blocks for single and double all from so charming a source."
Manly stood or
hemoglobin, the content of red blood H.Walto11"A
sat Patricia
one
cells. The question has arisen A
of the Graham -
k:
(4'Simply
rations ,
i whether practical laying con- BORESOME holiday! If daughters, was
' tain of these elements to .,
enough
rs
I only I had invited Fred to near, kindly gra-
\i V prevent anemia, or whether they ,
L come here with me, cious, but aloof.When 1 1l j
could be. improved by adding sup- Manly jerked nis hat from a rack he asked '" ,

plements of iron and copper. when Julia, his, sister, rushed into her to dance she : ,
,
Tests at the Wisconsin experiment
the hall: quickly assented,

station indicate that a practical lay- "Manly, please come with me to- as though she put 2 drops of Penetro Nose Drops in F.
ing ration will supply enough iron night to the dinner party at JudgeThompson's. feared he might :
each nostril, and instantly feel fresh air break right 'j
the needs of
and to meet .
copper Horace has just tele-
ask for
'I never another -
-I ,
'- through the stuffy congestion to let breathe
the you .
I hens without supplementing phoned he can not get here until dance. .
"' '' easier. They soothe inflammation and help tc ,
ration with extra amounts of these too late. Roads "She thinks I ''S -
r t elements. At any rate, feeding addi- blocked with ,1 r-4 am married.: shrink red,swollen membranes. Contain ephedrine -

tional iron and copper in the tests snow and cars Huh! A Manly Christmas husband, To relieve chest and other approved med
failed to increase either the hemo- because of the indeed! Dum it all! Why did Julia colds,-rub with TRY ication. 25c, 50c and $1 a
globin content of the blood'or egg blizzard yester- get me into this jam? She will Pcnetro-especially THIS bottle. Trial size lOc. For

i production.The day. Our first have to, un-jam me," he snorted to before bed.Conlain$113to. 2 freesample of Penetro Nose
to
pullets in these tests were of big spread in himself. you go DROP Drops, write Penetro,

the White Leghorn breed and received this burg We'reso Julia seemed satisfied with the 227%more med O Dept.D4,Memphis,Tenn. 'I
it whole wheat and corn as new and this ication ,
evening's pleasures. But Manlyfelt to ease TREAtME T _
: 1< scratch feed, along with a mash is our first oppor- for the first time, that his sister congestion help o TR
I consisting, of 100 parts of yellow tunity to meet waselfish.. your cold. Pena o p'
I 1' corn, 50 of oats, 50 of barley, 100 of many prominent 1JLIf tro is stainless AsrN NOSE DROPS
reasoned sister 1
"Of course, he -
Ir bran, 100 of middlings, 75 of meat citizens of Palas and snow-white. cH t+osrai A PRODUCT OF PLOUGH INC, MEMPHIS-NEW TOM
that I wanted .
doesn't Suspect: ,
scraps, 25 of,dried milk, 25 of alfalfa -,> City. Judge "
with Patricia and
dances a ,
more
5 of iodized salt and 5 of sar- Thompson's din-
chat the mezzanine in one of
on ,
dine oil. The pullets also were given ners are annual r y r
Christmas decorated -
those brilliantly
free access to oyster shells and affairs and he
booths there. If Julia sus-
I up
wftter.I gives: special in-
I I 1 vitations: to new- picioned such'a thing, she is clever i
at hiding it." FOUR
comers of the
I When Chickens Sneeze city." The next morning's mail crought

Infectious bronchitis is one of the "I don't care much about the Manly an invitation to a party at
,-_ most dreaded of poultry diseases party. But so much in the papers Willis Graham's for the Graham JP4jWTEASPOONFULSI&?
t \t) for four r.eason.s. It is difficult to about the Willis Graham's family daughters! I
cure; it is infectious and it is usually who will be at the Judge's. Gra- "How do they know my name is

I fatal, besides being very distressing ham, is the. big shot who made mil- not Horace Linn and' that 1 am not iik6FM1LKOFMAGNEs1NP:
1 i to the patient. One of the common lions from his washing machine the husband of my sister?" Manly
i \: signs that the birds have this disease patents. He's sort of a god in asked,' almost provoked at the
i[, is their coughing and wheezing these parts. He has no son-but smile on the face of his sister who
in trying to get rid of excess mucus some daughters. Maybe, when I'm was at that moment darning her IN ONE TASTY/AM,
'
j'j and clotted blood in the larynx and through college:: old Graham might brother's hose. .

:..__ trachea. Here are other symptoms: remember a Manly boy, for an "Of course, you'll go. A secret! ,
!. The lining of these organs becomes engineer or in his office." Manly, No not a secret any longer be-
swollen. There is difficult breathing after assurin.. his sister, Mrs. Hor- cause the secret has been long
'I", as in cases of gapes. The neck is ace Linn that he would accompany enough," she teased. "I whisperedto 1

y I extended to facilitate breathing; her, mused on his way down *o Patricia, at the party, that you
i there is a loud wheezing. Fowls the city. were my brother and to introduceyou
violently shake their heads; there Manly's parents had gone .South to others of the younger
are paroxysms of coughing that for the winter and Julia had urged groups, and to Mr. Graham. She,
terminate in death of the fowl. Lay her brother to spend the holidayswith however promised secrecy to all
ing flocks that become infected always them because she and Horace but Mr. Graham. Since she did I

suffer a sharp decline in lay- would be a bit lonely since recently not introduce you to others, not 35c & 60cbottles
ing and usually 30 days or more settling in the thriving factory mu- even to her fathei, 1 believe she
will elapse before they get back to nicipality of Palas City. At first enjoyed the brother-husband affair

normal. Manly reasoned that Horace and and planned a party to reveal the
Julia wouldn't enjoy his peddlins secret to her father and guests.No .
In the Poultry Yard around, since they were newly- her interest in you began be- .
weds, and thought to decline the fore I told her you were not my
I Eggs are high in food value, but urgent invitation. But remembering husband. She was raving about 20c tins

' rather low in .fuel value. the loneliness' of a home, with my husband's eyes, and hair, and
;1z> out parents, he found himself in his form, and clothes and-"

Improper temperature causes .deterioration sister's comfortable home, for at "Huh, jealousy, more than kind-
in egg quality. least two weeks "en-duration" as ness for your brother prompted you e NANO PACKAat .
.
he thought. to' tell the truth," Manly teased.
Plan to keep the pullet laying In'evening clothes Manly was "You made a Manly! Christmas A
flocks closely housed during the nearest satisfied with himself as husband, anyway I'm sure Patri- the pleasantwo
winter season. being "well groomed," than in any cia would agree with me." Julia Milk of Ma a
e e e other attire. Somehow, the black answered. Eachwaerrepresests/t

Small amounts of salt are desira- dinner coat, light vest, brilliant After the party at Patricias, the THE PE.RFEGTANTI-ACID
ble in most rations for laying hens. studs in the spotless shirt front Christmas holiday failed to be SELECTPRRODUCT

\ Salt aids in digestion.. illuminated the sparkle of his boresome. For with Patricia's pep,
brown eyes and enhanced the man- and promises, Manly looked for .s
: liness of his form. Upon arrivingat ward to the days after college, of
the ten
During past big
improvement in quality years of eggs a ha the ancestral estate of Judge becoming a Manly husband, in The Original Milk of Magnesia Wafersv
Thompson, Manly was bewildered
truth.
been noted in the Northeast.
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NTJtVS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1933

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News last year, or they used to deliver ice: lems associated with agriculture ink l. nd Betty McDuffle. | played the- Lallelle High School girls ;''y

The Clewiston II to me in 1932 when I was livln' on: the region have been solved through)..:ifth Grade Spelling Honor' Roll- the tame day and won the game "

Central Avenue, I just can't figure studies at the Everglades Experiment Eric Belcher and Mauryne Prew- with a score of 13 to 7.

Published every Friday In Clewiston, : out what all, ,that's got to do with! Station. Studies at present under i i.t.Math The High School boys have started Q'practicing

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS : me worryin' Mr. Cone with a sob letter way cover a wide range of additional -I : Grade XCT\S- basketball. We hope' to ._,

!. urgin' him to appoint 'em State needs. Visitors composing the Can You Imagine: have a good team this year and a ':
Inc. Tag Commissioner or make 'em Race; group naturally, wanted to'obseryc Quinton Smith and Bobby Broad- very successful season
Track inspedtor. I these activities, and considerabletime foot not drawing I .
Bowden, Editor they put up: was spent at Belle Glade.
Keathley And the arguments Elizabeth Winn being quiet?

are really touchin'. Practically everyone : Sugar achievements in the Ever- Elbert Hooker without a smile? . . . .
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assures me that it was him per glades represent the first permanently Sonny Vaughn in a fight? .
Entered as second class mail matter sonally that went out and draggedin I successful of the numerous Floyd Geiger knowing the place I -I I' ..:';

February 1, 1927, at, the PosfOffice the handful of extra votes that Florida undertakings having similar iu a reading lesson? : :1

in Clewiston, Florida, under won the election. Of course they purposes launched during the past Gloria McDuffie not having her I i GoodFarrn :
the Act of March 3, 1897. don't know Fred personally, but they 300 years. Interest among numerousof lessons? \
,
sure worked for him and if it hadn't the visiting party was mainly at- Seventh Grade Xevs- I
,
Subscription: rate, $2.00 per year. been for them and so forth. tached to these attainments.. The Seventh Grade class is glad I II Land' ,

Advertising irtes on application. Then they drag out the book and Officials of the corporation conducting to have Charles Turner back in I \

show me on page so and so, the job the principal sugar enter- school after an absence of five days '

they want. "Lookit", they say, "it prise have been repeatedly quotedas uue to illness. I foii Rent i '
to the advancement and a hunnert and fifty bucks al could have I ,: .
Devoted
pays saying they never overcome Bernice O'Neal, Gladys Willis, I '\ : .-. ,','
and Hendry and I know the that's got '
welfare of Clewiston month guy the obstacles confrontingthem -
Hare Christine ,
Leroy Billie Hooker, -
County. it now and he don't do nuthin'andvou but for aid which was furnished Bell James I 'I ". .
Winn Connie Clark
tell Fred if he'll give me the: by the State Agricultural.Experi- and Peggy Gallant attended the midnight i- -<3 I '

job I'll guarantee to do" twice as ment Station system.School show in Belle Glade Saturday II .
Have you purchased-and paid much as that bird does. J,
for-your share of Christmas seals? "I don't doubt that", I says, "but night. v

what gave you the crazy idea thata Ethel, Willis spent the week-end' Trespassers ; .;

Only five more shopping days to letter from me is gonna. do you lews in Haines City visiting relatives and

buy those gifts for Christmas. any good?" ... friends. Will Be. : ."
\ "Aw, you got influence," he comes James Johnson spent Sunday in '

It almost frosted in the 'Gladys) back at me. "Them politicians always Editor ....'............._......Ethel Willis : Pahokee. I ProsecutedCiewiston
listen to the newspaper guys. | SPORTSThe
last night--but it didn't. Ass't Editor Bernice O'Neal
You just speak a good word to the Sports Editor ......_LeRoy Hare Clewiston High! School boys

vacation starts Governor for me and I'll see you I Advisor ....Miss:: Dorothy: Lockhart ;played LaBelle High School in La-
And a sixteen-day don't lose nothin by it." I I | Belle Wednesday, December 9. The I '
their
and
today for the school kids Well, it's all very flatterin' and 'lewiston boys defeated the LaBelle I

teachers. all that, but at the same time, I've First Grade Xews- lays: by a score of 13 to 9. I
learned that influence Is somethin'a We; are very glad that David Golden '
Notice that Brisbane has come out until he and Marshia Norton are at school The Clewiston High School girls I'
fellow thinks he's got I
in favor of the North Florida cross- this week after a few days of ill-
tries to use it, and as far as me hav- I I i I IIi
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state canal. Now we know that ther in' any with Mr. Fred Cone, why ness. Realty And '
are more people against it than are that's' a sure 'nuff laugh.To The R-Jd'; Bird class is very happy I NORGE REFRIGERATORS Ii ,

for it.Clevistoh. tell the truth, I don't know that they will finish reading their I 1 Furniture" and Home Furnishings DevelopmentCompany '
second booi and will begin a third !
will be host overnigb'to anyone who has ,a whole lot of so-
with book after the holidays.The PHILCO RADIOS 'I'
called influence the Gentlemanfrom
the beats in the watercade which .
Lake I been Blue Bird class is working :Household I
will open the cross-state canal. This City, 'as near as i i FurnishingsInc.
able to learn. It seems that Mr. very earnestly to finish their book
memorable occasion and
will be a I
II.I II.
of celebration. Cone is no respector of "influence". and begin a second book in reading .
mass
one worthy a
When it comes to makin' appoint- after the holidays. BELLE GLADE FLORIDA, I /.1...N..N..........H H..........NIN. .N..N N..N..........N..N.MAN, ,rt'.. "
South Florida's cross state canal' ments I got an idea that Fred will Junior Raines spent last Thursdayin

is almost finished. Whatever the fate do a whole lot of personal private West Palm Beach.

of the one in North Florida there'llbe i thinkin' about it and if anybody has We are very sorry to report that ,:[ f" 1-.t -t JiL : [ ::;
Clifford Beatty had to miss school t.
a boat travelling from coast: the idea they can, high-pressure him
many
to coast through our canal beforeone with a stack of letters and telegramsor Monday due to illness. I
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personal appeals, they're just The First Grade weekly reading
is ever seen at Ocala.
buildin' themselves up, for a grand honor roll is as follows: Mary Ruth AIR CIRCUSFRED
Johnson, Kim Kolstad, Harold Brod-
Opponents' estimates of the cost and glorious gob of disappointment.But .
erick, Estelle Richards, Carline
gettin' back to Colonel Lee'sbook -
of the cross-state canal are more
Berner, Virginia Turner, Mary Kath-
: since the most excitin' chap-
than double that of the army engi-
WHIDDEN'S CORNER
neers. If that hearing continues a ters has already been released in erine Dyess, Junior Raines, Clifford

few more days they'll have the cost serial form by the Tax Revision Beatty and Jackie Redish. Sunday, December 20th
than the 'natIonal League, it wasn't anywhere near as Second Grade Spelling Honor Roll-
of it greater
up Passenger All Week and
Flying
debt. startlin' as it might have been. I imagine Joan Crouch, Faith Mitchell, Patricia -i Sunday

some collection agencies will Bailey, Grace Ward, Mary E1-]
ELAIO:: ll.\XXISTEH-Thc Human Bat The
only human bat
len Smith, Ruth Emrich, Marion De"Lozier ,
Twenty more miles of road con- find it handy' for reference.It ,
struction to be let on Road 26, De- will make some guys wonder Peggy Lawler, Nancy: Wright, alive. He will leave the. Air Plane at 10,000 Feet and fly on f1
.
Harriet Alston, Mary Louise Thorn-1 w
why they wasted their time studyin'law
cember 29. Sometime next year we'llbe Gilbert his own power. Thrills, such as the Loop Spin and a Power
as, McCloud, Sammie Young, :
able to use the new short-cut or mathematics when they might |I .
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highway to Miami for this, letting have been learnin' to be a veterin Charles Benbow, William McCracken -, Dive you will never forget. ;

will put the entire road under con- I arian. It will stop all this talk about 'and Bobby Maynard.

tract to Fort Lauderdale.We the state not doin' its part toward Third Grade Spelling Honor Roll- SEE LITTLE BILLIE-Little Billie will make his Death Defying
; relievin' the unemployment situation Joyce Bullen, Mamie Trice, Mayme I
I. for Johnson, James Ricks, Nora Ogles-' Leap from Plane 1,000 feet high without a PARACHUTE!
are a little ashamed to even and as a guide job-hunters it is a
by, Doris Simmons and David Belch-
attempt editorial writing after read- classic. Admission Freer
ing the text of Fr. Walsh's addressat The only trouble is, it will be out ** I
the Kiwanis meeting Wednesday of date in a few weeks and I imagine Fourth Grade Spelling Honor Roll-. f
Henry Chapman, Elsie Bembry' l tlf U 1i W.fAi
night. If you failed to hear the talk the new revised expurgated edition -

don't fail to read it on the front which I understand now Is be-

page of this issue. ing carefully edited by Mr. Cone, ,
will prove a lot more interestin'

Christmas is only a 'week away readin' even if it don't contain as
/
and with Santa Claus making pre- many pages.
parations for his annual trek across But the task of revisin' it is no

the frozen wastes, we. wish we wero cinch and I'm glad it's Fred and not SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS

better acquainted with Kate Smith me that has to worry about it. .i" .

so we could borrow. one'of her stock- .
ings to' hang at our fireplace RURAL COMMON: SEXSE I .

Christmas Eve By Spuds Johnson

: Record of Dividends of
all FLORIDA AGRICULTURE : .
Let's enter into the real spirit ,'.. '
of Christmas, and make an honest ATTRACTING VISITORSIS .> c'- .- .' ....l...., ,: \ f Clewiston Home Building AssociationRATE
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effort to see that no child in Clew- OWED TO RESEARCH ': '(:: ( ,
iston is --- ;\: '.:-'." c ; I.
passed up accidentally by '. ; ; : t-.; ;? RATE
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Florida agriculture has 'attracted
Santa Claus. 'The'Gard n Club and '
the American Legion do a great deal many visitors from other sections 'I YEAR PERCENT YEAR PERCENT

in this direction every year throughthe during the years since the Spanish iI' d.

promotion of the Community settlers started/it but seldom in a 1928 1:: 5.5 1933 6 ,
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Tree. more influential and representative) ,
group than that which spent the r '. 1929 .. //:;.-.,. .. 7' 1934 6 .

first few days of December at Everglades ". .. 1 1930. r'' *.. V-":" 4-. 1 1935 6
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I. o9asammnh DD n2a am D.n s"" points. United States senators : :. '. -. '.
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and representatives in Congress came ".. '. ,.-,'. .. .< : .:; 1931 1 ; :' "' 4 1936 :.: 6" "
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" Too Late To ClassifyBy from the national capitol, accomp- ...,.-,.: i' <. ;j 1932.,. :'" :'\"."r:'::.;..'6"r. ". .'' .::, .

anied by a. state agriculture commis- ; ; : '
cRyssell Kay sioner and foreign officials whose ,:;; r:.; i :,,,f'i: ; : ; i ; ,

duties pertain to farming. Civic, ,

commercial and inditfstrlal leaders i ..."... .
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also were included in the party. CALL BY
:: The book of the month, so far as Citrus fruit growing in muckland .:.. .. .
<-'.: Florida is concerned, "seems to bet soils, livestock raising and truck BUILDING OFFICE FIRST

,,"'. Jim Lee's sequel to Margaret Mitchell's crop production all received close Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW U AND .
:; "Gone With the'ind" ,that study on the tour
through the areas
a:;;.;' ;' lists all the state jobs and tells how east, south and west from Lake return. Home Building has never paid TALK: THINGS OVER.

". much they pay. Okeechobee. Sugar output of. the dividends of less than 4 percent per year. :.

It's provin' mighty: helpful to a lot section also was a major source of : '
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:.- of folks who been wantin'' a job, but interest to the visiting delegation In these days of reduced interest on savings :', t" <: '

didn't exactly know which one. Now the members attending the cane festival -. accounts and reduced returns on other ( -
:- all they got to do i is just run down
at Clewiston
.' with which the
.;:, the list and check off the plums United States Sugar Corporation's forms of investment :Home Building'offers .( .

:./ that appear most invitin'. operations for the season were open the conservative, thrif'':y investor the investment -.
During the past coupla weeks I've ed. "
had letters from a dozen guys and Florida people who joined the party best suited t.) his needs. Investigate {j

,, personal visits from a flock of others recalled that when the 'saw-grass Clewiston Home Building Association ./

ji"kin'il 1 would mind writin' a soils had been drained, rich though
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letter to Fred about 'emor if I I l they were in certain plant foods, attempts ; whether you intend investing as CLEWiSTONHOME

will ;'in up and see .him personally at producing crops on them little as 5.00 per mouth or as much as
anti nut fn a good word-they'll beT ended with failure Establishment BUILDING

,: gla/ ...., icn my expenses. followed of the Everglades Experi- $1OOO.OO.Ir: a lump sum, you'll find .a ASSOCIATION

The funny part of it is these appeals ment Station at Belle 'Glade, which Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements. {

for tho most part come from developed that the difficulty could ,. PHONES 102-103 v
guys I never heard of. Of course I'm be overcome by adding to the land i

: gettin' old aid my memory ain't certain chemical substances, notably '
.""-.,, what it. used to be, but even if I did} copper .sulfate.In ,'. \
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. . .-. .-. .-. .-... .. death of lov-I Knowles' boys who were;later released -r la' well-known pleasure resort ownerof
II. I..N..N..N..N.N.N.N.N....N.N.N.N.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.'..Mn F. E. Frazier, of Orlando, district cident and sudden our
manager of the Western Union Telegraph ed Bon and brother, E. Luke. j o'n bond, for petty larceny. The New York and by J. H. Tucker
Our rather bless officers described them as a trio-of sporting goods dealer of Sarasota. ,,
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:!: Personal Mention : Company visited briefly at I May: Heavenly you
all fairly good fishing
the local office Wednesday after- abundantly! clever crooks who had operated : They reported
mff. ;; s +rN .' the state and had evaded j and all expected to return for another ,:; ,
.. .. ..N .. Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. Luke over every
.; :N:N:N N N:N:N NON NIN N:N: :M N :N: : N: :N:M: noon. I
and family, attempt to capture them. try at the black bass which are .
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward were visItors abundant in the waters of this t.
the
Mrs. F. W. DeLozier and children, Sycamore, Ga. While the charges against men so .. <
in Miami Saturday.: we're of Lake Okeechobee. ,
Marion and Billy, left Saturday foi here were'not great, they want- part :

: their home in Connellsville, Pa., after WESTERN UNION OFFERS ed in many different places over the I J. C. Jones, proprietor of. the ,.-. .
: Miss Dorothy Lockhart was shop I a visit of several weeks with Mr.. CHRISTMAS GREETING PLAN state and on several charges in Pan- camp, states that he is entertaininga
ping in West Palm Beach Saturday .'and Mis. I. D. Leydig. ama City. The Knowles boys were great number of fishermen and .; I
In line'with plans for greetingson picked up on the West Coast soon duck hunters every week-end and ;
Mrs. S. Wi. Houser was* a visito Mrs. G.-S. Mobley and Mrs. H. E. almost all special occasions is after being released here and an many through the week. Nearly every .

t in Miami FrIday: Reichard, : visited Mr. and Mrs. M. I. the plan of the Western Union Tel- being held in Panama City for trial I one of the visitors, whether luck

Fuller in Palm Beach over the week egraph Company for sending Christ- Sheriff Wiiggins was Commended is good or not, are enthusiastic over
;':.' J. G. Allhand left Wednesday for; I Mr. and Mr.:. Reichard mas greetings to' friends and relatives I highly by the Panama City officers the lake as a fishing ground and
end. Mobley
; f!.. visit in Peoria, 111.
a over the United States.A for taking the men into custody. most of them return for another try.
them Monday.
:.. went for iCol. I
.". -- ---- message may be sent at anytime Ralph Robinson, who has beer The Waner boys have been here on
F. A. Ray spent Sat '
Mrs.
and .
Mr. before Christmas anywhere in held in the county jail for several at least one other occasion.Mr. .
in. West Palm Beach. > and Mrs. F. M." Ironmonger
urday I the country for thirty-five cents if months for breaking and entering, Tucker has for several years
and son, Neil, of Jacksonville, spent
I you use one of the form. messages was given a hearing before Judge been an enthusiastic booster of the ,
|f'- Miss Margaret Morgan, of Wes; the vreek-end here:! as the guests of
suggested by,the company. On Christ- Whitehurst here Wednesday: and af- fishing in the vicinity of Jones' camp .
her parents here their and brother, M. T. Iron
visited son
Palm Beach mas Eve another cut in rate is of- terpleading guilty was sentenced and it is largely through his efforts .
i: ;, Sunday. monger and family. fered and on that day, taken for to six months confinement either in that these visitors are brought here.
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-- night messages and designed to, be Raiford or in the county jail. He
i Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, Mrs. H, Buster Trimble, who has been
I delivered early Christmas morning, asked to have the sentence in the
R. Hall and Bill Lockhart were. vis spending several months at his home
any of these messages may be 'sent county jail.Major .
itors in West Palm Beach Monday. in Texas recuperating from an air- for twenty-five-cents, according to L. B. Mershon
plane accident near Belle Glade last ,/
A. A. Munroe, manager of the Clew-
Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams were spring, returned this week to Clew- iston office. League Players ,AGENT .;

i.:.. business visitors in ,West: Palm Beach iston with two, planes and has resumed New York Life j
Tuesday. his old work of dusting bean Try Okeechobee FishingMoore
... fields. He states that aside from anoccasional Trio Of CrooksApprehended Insurance CompanyARCADIA

r Mr. and Mrs. M.yM.. Prewitt anil dizzy spell he has com- FLORIDAj. 1
,:"- children and Nancy Wright were' in -I pletely recovered from the accident Here ( Haven ,Democrat! 1J

:t West Palm Beach Saturday. in which his plane was .completely Six major league baseball players, J
.t demolished wintering in Sarasota, spent the
Q Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw and Mrs. (Moore Haven Democrat) week-end here on a flsjiing} trip at M. COUSE' 1

:,.:'. J. E. Johnson' were visitors rn West, ;\iI S. PAFFORD ENTERTAINS Officers from Panama City came Jones' Camp on Nicodemous. Slough, Counselor and Attorney at Law J;
.c" Palm Beach Wednesday. : BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY here Monday :and took back with the two best ,!known of tho group being J
,(.,' '- I II them George obclen! who was jailed Paul and Lloyd Waner "Big Hopkins Building I
I I;i'' Miss Jayne Harrington, of New I Mrs I. 1\1. Pafford entertained, the here the middle: of November by and Little Poison" of the Pittsburg Wednesdays and Saturdays !!

; York City, arrived this week to visit I members of her bridge club Wednesday Sheriff J. J. Wiggins along with two Pirates They were accompanied by 9:30 to 4:00 !
: '. her father, J. J. Harrin;.ton. afternoon, with a Christmas, par- I
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ty and an exchange of gifts.

f .' Keathley Bowden spent the'weekend -'I ''High score prize at bridge was r .-. -'"
t visiting his parents in Clearwat- won by Mrs. D. G. Alston, a set. of
.
shakers low score
salt and pepper ;
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ir er. I prize went to Mrs. H. R. Hall, a doorstop

If' Mrs.'M. H. Crouch and Mrs. C. Efr II :: and the cut prize, a flower pot, -. .
I .
Berner were visitors in West Palm was won by Mrs.; ,M. E. Yenawine., \

t' Beach Wednesday.Mr. .Delicious refreshments consistingof We ck'm to be <
, .. I I congealed salad, sandwiches, macaroons !

/ and Mrs. J. B. Dotterer were and coffee were served by ;. I I
West Palm Beach visitors on Satui the hostess. Others present were:.

I i day. Airs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. T. .B. hel- the! Christmas '
Mrs. J. Wk Ezelle and Mrs. G.
I' --- .- ley, ; -',
i Mr. and Mis. O. A. Jones and B. Thomas:

I daughter, Marianne, spent Saturday:I :' ;:, < ': ; :,, :

in Miami. I LADIES AID.WAS BAZAAR UtfG SUCCESSThe Sforeoi' ... ,,.',. ,'c'. .!..,<";.... :'Y :.".,,. >

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Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and Mrs.' .. ;-. ):; -; .... ." J\
I. Hill spent Tuesday in, Fort 1\1y-1-' Christmas bazaar which was : "t :

ers. held last Saturday" in one ,of 'the
--- rooms of the new Goff building wasa 1 '
'
Mrs. A. H. King and Elizabeth success from every .standpoint, ,

Winn were visitors in West Palm. particularly financial, and. about '
Beach Saturday. 115 was raised by the group which I
j I will 'go into the general fund of the H .

business Mr. and visitors'Mrs. 'R. in C. Wilson West Palm were oiganization see fit.The .. for any future use they NliMa.. 9 S ,=.G e vnNGS ,

ladies had worked for several
Beach Saturday. .
weeks preparing articles, for the sale .
Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and Mrs. W I and there. was a great variety of : .; ;': :' i

'- F. Simpson spent Wednesday and things on hand when the sale started. c -

Thursday in Tampa. Practically everything was .so'ld when -

the doors closed Saturday night.. _WE HAVE A GIFT for selecting the kind of gifts you'dlike :.\ :.:/';'

: Mr. and Mrs. $. C. Kolstad and At noon and in the evening a spaghetti .' >
::. son, Kim, spent Saturday. in Fort plate lunch 'was" served as :wellas \,' to give at'the price you'd like to pay.Every department in r,. ":

:f.--=-:, .. Myers. .-... pies. sandwiches; cakes, candies and and coffee.other Delicious things .the store is overflowing with\ new things, with hundreds of .:" ) ./:'

f' : Capt. and Mrs. G. E. Linkswiler had been prepared for the food sale' suggestions for gifts that ,will l insure a MERRY CHRISTMAS! \ : :- i! ..
t spent the week-end with friends in and there was not enough food to ; '

f Boca Grande. supply the demand.ST. J .' c You'll find our salespeople on their toes and ready to help. -


E i Mr. and Mrs., Robert MacLaren I .MARGARET'S; CATHOLIC .J you solve your Christmas list problem. Holiday shopping is

,. and F. A. Ray :were visitors in Miami CHURCH' '. : a pleasure inour new home, with its wide open aisles, and "
Tuesday. : ,
'. e clean washed air. In other words have breathing .
",' '''' -; (Rev. Father J. F. Walsh, R. D.,, you space
.," : H. C. Whitehead, Western Union l
.:...., auditor of Orlando. was here on busi- Pastor.) .2.t- '.and the purest air in the world 'to breathe. l'
'.;.\ ness Tuesday. This is ChristmasChristmatide. ;!- "
F .. It is not a time. It is not.a season .
Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. Joe or an event. It is the'breaking of "- .
r'",.'. ers and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. 1\1.ast-1 the burr that contact with life makes : AND OF COURSE we've .toys "for the' kiddies in innumerable "

.. spent Saturday in West Palm around the hearts of men. Perhaps varieties the finest we've ever had. They'ar housed in a
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Deach'l that burr is needful. Wjithout it life .:
'h Mrs. R. C.: Nowling and might hurt too much. But once in place all their own, 'TOY WORLD, in our Olive Ave. Building. :
.W H. Turner were Fort Myers ,
every year it must be broken that
,.1:. Saturday.B. the Love of Christ may enter into Santa is there and wants to see your kiddies. ,

the heart .
.::::'. B. Heffner, advance agent for So, this is Christmas when the .' ..
..j'; : the Heffner-Vinson shows which will Christ Child comes anew into the "
:; play Clewiston on January 4, was world to set the hearts of little child- LET, US WORRY about your wrapping and mailing problems.

'. .;".,' .a business visitor here Tuesday.Mrs. ren, the heart of this old grey earth, : Your packages will be wrapped in gift style and sent from .'
.i. and the hearts of men and womento /
:. '., M. E. Yenawine and daughter singing that song which the angels' I here to any place you wish. Employees from the local Post .
.t;:> Jean and Mrs. Keathley Bowden taught to the hills of Bethlehem:' .
;;_ 'i and son Kay, were visitors in West "Glory to God on the highest : Office and Express Agency will/ render you the same efficient

\" Palm Beach Monday. "Peace to men of good will." in their main
'here'as
;.,. .. Sometimes He comes breaking into service from their sub-stations they give .

,". L. Downs and Mrs. W
Mrs C.
:z : the heart on some stray recollection '
: offices. .
:: in from Sat- -
$. C. Owen visited Miami of long ago. Again a chancedroppedword .

.>:;. urday of last week to Wednesday of gives Him entrance. Some .. -',''.: r:) r ,; ,'. i
"I<. this week. hearts He can only enter when they ::" : << :
7'--I- p.-\ -;::: c" < T STORE HOURS FROM 9:00 A. M. .. '. I
"f .+;: I are tired and no other thing will ...... :3:;.. J '
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, .{ ., Mrs. W.: H. Lanier arrived Friday come. To each, according to His own i :;:";::;'-::-; '-: TO 9:00 P. M. TILL CHRISTMAS,
I '." ':' from JacksonVille to join Mr. Lanier I' ";i.)
way He come But ,to all, He comes. .... I
: ;::!::i' here. They have taken one of the Love, Christ, Christmas, Merry ,

I"-..; :, Schultz apartments. Christmas. :

i -' '',. r A cordial welcome is extended the = !
. Carawan Nelson, of the district U. : ,
public to attend the midnight mass
.. S. Engineer office in Jacksonville, Clewiston :
at St. Margaret's church in
visited the sub-office. here for sev- on Thursday night, sung by the : rCL1

eral days this week.s. i adult choir. Christmas carols by the Ti:11i\j ,5
s.- .j I children's choir. Mass Christmas
: Miss Ruth Mixon, Miss Dorothy( on ,,
morning ,at 7:00 a. m. :Mass at St.Mary's .
r 1."i"...: Craig, Miss Congdon Saundal and Watson Mrs. ,J.MissLavonia A.''I church, Pahokee, on Christ- : I

:} Rumbley spent Saturday In West:. mas morning at 8:30 a. m.

\ Palm Beach. I I
I"L CARD 'OF THANKSWe -- 1'"
: ::: Miss Katherine Slater of Wesl r WEST PALM BEACH .. .
: Palm Beach and Howard Wilson of t wish to express our sincere

t.; ...,," Atlanta, spent the week-end' herewith and heart-felt appreciation to all i iI I

:tf-. ;;". :Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson"," who were so thoughtful and kind toMS \ .. ..
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Copyright by Macrae Smith Co. WNU'Sn'.* (/um U f1/It n Unwritten in his hurt.

(1rcAtlo
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SYNOPSIS drive to the main road. "I wish ly, "we don't know much about

we had stayed," said Jerry, re you." He turned, got as far as Underweight a Liability o ,I

: Kezia Marsh, pretty, selfish and twenty, ar gretfully. "Kezia-she's charming, the French doors, came back. He
rives home in Corinth from school and is met isn't she? I wouldn't have mind- stood with feet apart;; his hand OUR insurance companies

by the her Marsh older home brother where. Hugh.her He widowed drives mother her to ed meeting Hugh and what'shername reached for his upper' lip. "Haven't naturally interested in ii 0

Fluvanna, a warm-hearted, sacrificing and too. We could have hack a paid much attention to whom anything'or everything that will

understanding-soul, welcomes her. Kezia's sis good. time." Ellen was seeing gave us keep us well and healthy so that -WNU Service
Margery, plump ,and matronly with the
ter quite a shock tonight Mothernot
.A care of three children, is at lunch with them. Ellen was conscious of a pang. the permiums will continue to
Hugh's wife, Dorrie, has pleaded a previous The knowledge that she was drag- strong very bad for her
engagement. On the way back to his Job at ging him away from the gay com- shock. Girls-mm-thought be paid, because when sickness Early Nursing BottleA
the steel plant founded by one of his forebears lessmm followed death
_: parents mm by occurs, they
for awkward interview
Hugh passes Doc Hiller, a boyhood pany an baby's nursing bottle, in the
;; friend whom he no longer sees frequently because with her family, made her feel consideration. must pay out. large sums of style of 1200 B. C., is a new discovery -
of Dorrie's antipathy. Fluvanna Marsh' guilty. "We'll go out again some- Lizzie raised her platinum- money. from ancient Athens. The
wakens the next morning from a dream a-' framed eye-glasses, held them at
unstable character time, she said quickly.As One of the these bottle unearthed in
her late husband Jim, whose the corner.uDo I know points com- was a baby's
she fears Kezia has inherited. Soon they spun along the concrete your par- panies have been watching fora grave by the American School of
she asked
ents? insolently.
.l Ellen Pendleton comes over. She is an artistically
road toward with suburban
town, edged Classical Studies at Athens. The
inclined who is distant niece ofFluvanna's colored at her
girl a Jerry tone. Ellen number of years is weight.
bungalows and an occasional bottle bears little resemblance
and a favorite of Hugh's. She happily to
in with "Mother
rushed : they are What do all their exami-
tells Fluvanna she has become engaged farmhouse, she wondered what story streamlined glass and rubber bot-
r; to Jerry Purdue. Ellen fears that her father would Mother say? Any of the terrible Mr. and Mrs. Paul Purdue andthey've nations of many years tell us? tles that modern infants carelessly
-
and, mother. Gavin and Lizzie, will" not approve lived here all their lives. Their records show that it is good
she had voiced before
the match. Hugh and Dorrie go out to things "I've met them." handle. The 3,000-year-old botIQ
never
t' the Freeland Farms to dance with their she left? She wouldn't hear Jerry,. for us in our childhood, youth, tle was a little pottery, pitcher

friends, Cun and Joan Whitney. Whitney, who insulted! She would be firm on It was slogging hopelessly. But young manhood and with handle and spout and a nip-
has been out of work, announces that he has Jerry braced himself and came womanhoodto
that. But how protecc him from young ple on the side and it must have
Ellen Pendle- ,
landed They
. a new position. see through smoothly with: UExtreme-
normal
' be at or
ton and Jerry Purdue. Cun and Dorrie dance the iniquitous insult of the look required the hand of an attendantto
c, ly nice parents mine. Awfully
together and then disappear for a while. Dancing slightly over weight;
Lizzie could wear upon occasion? keep it right side and to
with Joan, Hugh is amazed to find her in fond of me and all'that. I know it { 'l' that to be just a up
She had watched Plaice
Fanny the
tears Apparently she has some secret worry has come suddenly. I'm sorry thatyou're little plump is to support weight.-Kansas City
h '_' over her husband, Cun. Hugh sees Kezia accompanied shrink and wither under its dis- Star.
not well Mrs. Pendleton
,
,a by a young man. dain and disapproval the time Ca- our advantage from
and that it has shocked you. the standpoint o f
leb had brought her to the h<..u.se. 6KiW.'ri
"I was feeling better, hoping,
health and freedom
Her mother had asked Fanny icy,_
COUGH
THAT
faintly that I might be CHECK
CHAPTER IIIContinued6 questions designed to disconcerther. ever so from sickness.
able to the of life
enjoy pleasures
During the school
She hadn't come a second
and then this !" BEFORE IT GETSWORSE
again comes
school doctors
the -
They rose and floated away to time, and presently Caleb had mar- age
the rhythm of the sentimental mu- ried Ena Mills. ''Mother shouldn'tdo I "But, Mother, it is nice. Some, ---- and nurses try

sic. Ellen felt closer to Jerry when that to her and Jerry! She thing to be happy about! Why do Dr. Barton to interest the parents -

they danced than at any other must not. Ellen's "delicate face I: you take that dismal tone?" cried in the weightof Check it before it gets you down.,Cheek it
Ellen exasperated. the children. Thus those that before others, maybe the children, catch Alt
time. They seemed so completely looked almost steely in its valoras Check it with FOLEY'S HONEY &
attuned then, step seeking step, she decided that nothing would Lizzie glared at her and drew a are underweight and can afford it This double-acting compound gives quick relief

turning instinctively in each grace- shake her determination to marry I deep sighing breath. "I have beena are encouraged to drink a bottle of and tissues speeds;quickly recovery.allays tickling Soothes,hacking raw, irritated Spoonful -

ful movement. He was just enough Jerry. martyr for years. No one knows milk at either 11 o'clock in the on retiring makes for a cough-freesleep No
what I have endured. Some days morning at 4 o'clock In the af- habit-forming, stomach-upsetting drugs. Ideal
taller he himself to the or
; gave spiritof Mrs. due
Pendleton was evidently for children,too. Don't let that cough to a
the underlying sensuousness of better-some days worse. I car ternoon, sometimes at both hours. cold hang on! For quick relief and speeded
waiting for them for she sat
the air, communicated it to her. erect in a torturingly, stiff : never make plans like other people When the parents cannot afford it, recovery insist on FOLEY'S HONEY &; TAR.

very I never do the pleasant things I wantto the milk the ,
The music ended with an in- carved, high-backed chair. The : is supplied free by --- -
creased and final do. A sudden shock likethisto school or municipal authorities.In .
tempo a bang. living-room was in the full blaze I
They walked to their table where of all the chandeliers. "Like a addition to the milk the parentsare SMALL SIZE E LARGE SIZE

the waiter had placed their des- queen," crossed Ellen's mind in a Gavin disappeared from the advised that foods containing 60c G, s' $1.20

sert. Mrs. room and came ,back with a cigai vitamin. D, the sunshine vitamin,
instant.
The place was filling up. There nervous Pendleton snickering was a blond, big-boned wrapped in cellophane which he of- should be eaten, in larger quanti-

had been only eight or ten for din- woman, with distrustful, cold gray fered to Jerry. ties at home. The sunshine foodsare
ner but almost Jerry took a chair nearest Liz- milk butter, vegetables,
now every placewas ,eyes and lips pressed close to- green AAf10
occupied. Across the Ellen zie, shook his head gravely. "It yolks and cod liver oil. '
room gether. She hesitated about taking egg A recognIzed Remedy For Rheumatic .
_ .', caught the eye of Hugh Marsh, Jerry's hand, then withdrew hers must be terrible," he murmured."I ". There are of course some young- and Neuritis sufferers. A perfect Blood '

t.: gave him a laughing salute. Dor- quickly. Gavin Pendleton greeted have an aunt who is an invalid. sters who are naturally skinny due Purifier. Makes thin Blood Rich end .

ff.' rie and Joan nodded to her, and them short hard at his Lizzie looked somewhat mollified to inheritance, to a "fast" thyroid Healthy. Builds Strength and Vigor.
, Cun gave pulls "It started with a sore throat, an neck which themso Always Effective Why suffer?,
" Whitney too" She had never mustache. then rushed out of the gland in the keeps
infection in the blood stream. Avery and :4 Illllltictele'U DRUGS3TORESCPatience
met Cun, but supposed it was a room, only to reappear in a mo- active physically mentallythat
pleasant informality evoked by the ment. slow and dangerous disease. it seems impossible to put, any

s :: friendship of the others. "Ellen's father and I were very Few are ever cured." She actually weight on them even with increased and Endurance

u-;' She turned to Jerry. "That's much surprised very," began smiled, although it was the amounts of the above foods. In these Have patience and endure; this

".''_ Hugh ,Marsh-you remember we Mrs. Pendleton accusingly."But slow, self-pitying smile of the ins cases the parents are advised to unhappiness will one day be bene-

t\,, called at Cousin Fluvanna's one valid who enjoys her illness. "I've try to increase the amount of rest, ficial.) Ovid.

night? The one in green with the knowing Ellen, said Jer- tried every doctor here that I have rot only at night, but for a half-hour

stunning hair is Dorrie, his wife." ry, striving for lightness and ease, any confidence in, and I've beento immediately after school if pos-
:. "knowing Ellen-you couldn't be,
Jerry put sugar in his coffee. specialists in other cities. Some- sible.

': "Your cousin, Hugh, is a good could"Just-what you? : times I am helped for a time-usu- Extra Pounds Desirable.

,: picker. What t a profile!" do-you' mearibythat ally it is money thrown away. I Similarly with the teen age boys
? she spaced her words and
, "Isn't it? Like to get about-just get
a cameo. manage
and girls who so soon are to emerge
fixed
him with
:. "What kind of a glittering: .eye. about."
person is she? into manhood and womanhood; they n
This is- awful Ellen.
',' "I never feel I know her very thought "Seems to me my aunt tried also if underweight should follow the
Mother him the third.degree'
well. She's not very friendly. You giving cue'to ,. some kind of drinking water, a, same rules as for younger children,
and his
"' Father for
waiting
have the sensation she is passing special kind." D
food
of
I' that is an extra amount 151tIt'
play the heavy *
judgment on you, finding you oddor parent., ; i. Lizzie knitted her pale, scraggy and a little more rest.
amusing. It be "I mean that anyone should ,be brows.uG vin what was the
may imagination I Even up to ,the age of thirty our
on my part, or-" forgiven for loving Ellen. name of the one I used so long?" insurance companies tell us they

e. "What?" "Loving Ellen? Mm-p1'm." Gavin shook his head gloomily. ,
like to see a little extra weight on
"I think a person 'so beautiful Gavin rushed out of the room, 'Dunno.". He, also, took a chairas their policy holders. Just as an extra -

creates a wall around themselves. snapped on the lights in the dining- if the worst of the tension was pound of weight after the age

Such a picture that you're a littlein room, put them out'' returned. over. of thirty is a liability, makes them

'awe 'of them, wondering over the "You see," said Gavin, brusque- (TO BE CONTINUED) poorer risks' for, insurance, so an

effect. Your, fault, really, for you _. of weight before thirtyis
-- - -- extra pound
make: them conscious of the ad- an asset to health' and makes lseP u pu5yF$

miration you feel, and they're Principality of Monaco Dates to 968; them better risks for insurance.
amused by it." .

Jerry nodded." "She sounds high-i Belonged to One of the Oldest Families Lump in BreastA SORES BOILS I

nosed to me,' he pronounced brief- ,
friend of mine told
surgeon ATHLETE'S FOOT,BURNS,
ly, cutting through Ellen's strug- under i J
of three women coming SKIN
me CUTS.ndlTCHING
gling analysis. "Is Kezia like I The small Mediterranean princi- was terminated and the Sardinian
his care within a week in which r'' ,*J C At YOU LOCAL DOUG Slat
of Monaco dates to 968 and withdrawn.
': her?" pality garrison *\M 1 rOSTPAID o.itccl)gdrK.
has belonged to the house of Gri- Until 1911 the Prince of Monacowas the outstanding symptom was a
"You'D meet her soon. She breast. All three \ BOWSON CHIMJGM. PlODUCS CO
take maldi, one' of the oldest sovereign an absolute monarch. In that lump in the were \\ JAceSOiviLttrl01tDA
wants me to you over some ar.d all
night/' families, all that time. The Gri- year a constitution was adopted, past forty years of age : ;

maldis, however, according to a, providing for a legislative assem- three were immediately afraid that
Just as Viey: were leaving, Kezia
n writer in the Cleveland Plain Dealer bly chosen by universal suffrage.The the lump was cancer.
came with Arthur Williams and
have to various is encircled The first put off doing anything' sCAB
paid allegiance principality by
they met on the steps. Kezia of months be- (
about it for a couple
their fam- the French of MAN
kings during reign. The department Alpes- BARE
turned cordial, radiant eyes: on fore coming to the 'cancer clinic
ily traces its own history to the Maritimes. population, accord- i PATCHES
Jerry as she extended her hand.
V
examination.The in
for Mange dogs
"Nice to know you. I've heard so early Eighth century.In ing to the census of January 9, second motoring with her ious skin G&'I ]'h RED
"
much about you." 1715 the title passed into the 1928, is 24,927. It'has a small har- to California calls for "$' SPOTS
family on a holiday ,
Ellen could see that Jerry looked female line, in the person of Louise bor and contains the three townsof did not discover the lump until they GLOVER'S r. :'"0.."'

pleased and impressed. Hippolyte, daughter of Prince An- Monaco, LaCondamine and Mon
three their
were about days on jour- It relieves .., SORES
te Carlo, the latter famous for its
"El, you're not leaving, are toine I. She was married to ney. Like most mothers she didn't irritation; kills the
casino; the gaming tables supply mites causing Sarcoptic Mange; checks
? Kezia's Jacques de Goyon Matignon, Countof mange
you came sweet aggrieved most of the state An important tell her husband or family as she spread of the disease; stimulates hair growthon
complaint. "Do stay with Thorigny, who took the name revenue. Cidn't want to spoil their holiday. bare patches, destroys ticks and chiggers.

as and dance-we'd have a four- and arms of Grimaldi in place of oceanographic museum and However she worried and worriedall Insist on GLOVER'S. At all druggists.
his laboratory was established at Mo- CLOVER'S WORM MEDICINES are safe sure. In
some! own. the time she was away, and on capsules and liquid form for Roundworms;
Arthur seconded the invitation. Louise Hippolyte reigned only ten naco by the late Prince Albert. arrival home rushed to her physi- capsules for Tapeworms and Hookworms.FREE .

'Sure-a foursome. ,What's the months, dying in 1732. Her son, The site of ,the principality was cian to learn the truth. VETERINARY ADVICE on any animal prob.
lem.Please mentionanimll's agebreedandses.FREE
idea of Honore III deposed by the well known to the ancients. A temple '
leaving now? was I The third case after noticing the GUIDE-Write for it today. Address
But Ellen pleaded another en French revolution, and died in 1795. of Her cles' seems to have been lump decided to think no more of

gagement and they took their de In 1814 the principality was re- built on the Monaco headland by it for a week. At the end of the :t\\.1; ti
the Phoenicians at a early
parture. established and the rightful heir very week it was still present and if any-

Jerry helped her ceremoniouslyinto restored as Honore IV. The Treatyof date. The same god was after thing a little larger. A week laterit OepL D47, 462 Fourth Avenue New York City

the car. His manners were Vienna, in 1815, placed Monaco ward worshiped there,. it appears, was a little larger'and was caus-

much better than most of the men under the protection of the king of by the Greeks. ing some pain. She went next dayto

she knew, she thought,with pride.If Sardinia. the cancer clinic for examina-I ,
he hadn't learned them at home, Mentone and Roccabruna revolted Land of LongfellowIt i

he had picked them up from observation in 1848 and declared themselvesfree is on the St. Mary's Shore, be- tion.Tests, examinations and operationfor I J

of others. They would pass towns. Their freedom was not tween Yarmouth and Digby, Nova the removal of the lump revealed DEPARTMENTPLANTS

muster with ,her mother, Kezia- long maintained, but they did not Scotia, that the descendants of the, that not one of the ',three

anyone. She hugged the reflectionto return to Monaco. In 1861 CharlesIII people about whom Longfellow cases was cancer. All three bad

herself with pleased content. for 4,000,000 francs, ceded wrote his poem "Evangeline" are' what is known as a cyst which was "

One more point in the sum totalof his rights over them to France and to be found in the greatest num- removed without difficulty, and the '

the graces which endeared Jer- the principality was reduced to its bers. They speak the picturesque patient was home in about a week's Sreew Gift Collection; native plants,

ry. present area of eight square miles. patois of Seventeenth century Nor- time. Orchids. 3 Ferns, 6 Perennials.
N. C.
LIBERTY:
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Good Deeds Try to be happy in this present ....!

HOW far that little candle moment, and put not off being so, 'f ,:'j
his beams! to a time to come. '! ,
f OUR COMIC SECTIONFINNEY So shines a good deed in a A man may frequently think and : J

naughty world. say he is misundei stood, but the t I ;
Heaven doth with us as we } '
man who thinks he is and doesn't :
with torches do
; care sufficiently to say anything I I
Not light them for themselves; about it, is the most admirable.The t
for if our virtues

OF THE FORCE !?=.o Zh. Speaks Volumes Did not go forth of us, 'twereall family.prodigal That is son why same he came of a back.good

e "_.........","'HllIl'_...._".' LL, ','....\.0./1.1 r-1 alike Three .
1 .&. As if we had them not. Things
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01-10/ 7j Q I HEY, Yez >i1rIlIJJ tIlilIllIlli -William Shakespeare. Reading makes a full man-'

511MPIN y STOPTHAT ? meditation a profound man-dis- .
vdRROWCT / NON course a clear IT-an.
') IN 'CH' / Gentle Ways Wages of sin is dEath-and the

Ll3E RR y BANG III BUT curb thou the high spirit wages of foolishness is pair out of '
l in_ thy breast.
the same purse.In .
IrI Ili. For gentle ways are best.
-Homer. order to make a friend, you i
have got to like a man well enough
never to want j give him a dig. \

Many men never make any.
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Un.ckPIzilgtUj4
Always do your best, and every
time you will -do better.A .
good provider never lacks an '

: admiring eye.
bl1
Fame is one thing that sophisti-
cation can't take the savor out of.
: In Good Company ,
A young intellectual tries to get
Company is one of the greatest
pleasures of the nature of man, along without emotions and pres-
II_ II 111IIIv 'll ently makes the horrible discoverythat
for the beams of joy are made
1111111 i'I' '! TROYlM' 10 iiiiiiii II lilt he has lost them.
IIv CAN 'fEZ I hotter by reflection when relatedto Coarseness isn't much better '
5UMPIN another.
READ 1'H'SO Ill I SILENCE TAKE The man who makes no mistakes than outright immodesty. :

(< N2 Ill WASNTE( 2 WELL TNI.S does not usually mak' anything.

I s A FREE Theories might work, if human Happy HomesTo
nature didn't interfere. be happy at home is the
AW- I Il Ill ll1IIllll l\ I.IBRtsR JAiM'f Luck usually favors the man ultimate result of all ambition,

WASN'TDOlM' IT 2im who doesn't count on it. the end to which every enterprise
Many men when asked for their and labor tends, and of which

I Ij candiu opinion make up some- every desire prompts the prosecu-
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: (5BT SOME ARS-ANP O The Vegetable Fat in Jewel is given

I I II I'b AMP- / remarkable shortening properties by

I I 7\, Swift's special blending of it with

I ; other bland cooking fats. By actual
I --ptJD! y0 1 INEV test, Jewel Special-Blend makes lighter, more
EZ cAr ePO tender baked foods, and creams faster than the

1 ANyTNINC lRIG4TI'LL costliest types of plain vegetable shortening.
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; : An absolute surrender to all that The curious questioning eye,

I 1 1I r is better, puree, truer is.the secret [ that plucks the heart of every
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I iI i WHEN WARM SPELL COMES LOOK OUT FOR
ii *U SHOULD KNOW (
i 'loLl CoUL'DNREACH q Vow/ SKIPPERS: IN POORLY SMOKED MEATIt

I 'ROMrHAr cHAIRI HE Bi{
penetrates every crevice and pore
of the meat surface. It positively
\ -BUT BaT I WAS A PREVENTS skippers, green mold,
rCJj rancidness, hardening. And fla-
6 SCALED-- \ bS" or
A-A-MOUSE vor? FIGARO-smoked meat Is the
finest you'll ever eat.
up
AND COSTS NOTHING!

Actually FIGARO-smoking costs
1A you nothing. The average farm
loses 50 pounds of meat every year
through Improper smoking. At 30
I H cents per pound, that's $15.00 J To
l l protect your meat, to guarantee every -
: I I "Skippers Hi meat not," properly the larva smoked.of a fly Greatly ubicb enlarged batch, pound of It keeping perfectly,
I II will cost you'' less than one-third
During cold weather, keeping
cent per pound, the FIGARO way!
meat on the farm is a simple mat-
And using plain salt in the cure,
f ter. But,when hot
summer comes, or
then brushing FIGARO on the meat
a warm spell in winter, look out I
afterward, actually will cost you
You suddenly find your meat, into only HALF the cost of using
I which so many hours of hard labor "
"smoke salt.
and'feed' have,been put, crawling
Add Practical Definitions EfficiencyA JUST LIKE THAT with "skippers"! This little worm BILLION HAS SMOKED POUNDS OVER OF MEAT TWO
I (shown in photo above) is the
Teacher Albert spell retailer receiving the first
you may on More than 30
larva of a fly, which has laid its
the word neighbor. delivery of a large order, was an-
S.
eggs in the meat. At the first warm .. years ago
AlbertNeighbor.Teacher to find the not to q-
noyed goods up spell, they hatch. Eugene Colgin, (
That's right. Now, sample. 'Cancel my, order ,imme- But there are other troubles be- Texas farmer
Tommy, can' you tell me what a diately," he wired to the manufac- sides skippers. Green mold often de- boy, discovered
neighbor is? turers. velops, or rancidness\ near the bone. what It was In
Tommy-It's a woman who! bor- They replied-Regret can not can- The meat 'drl s; out, gets too hard the, old smoker -
rows things.-Zanesville TimesSignal. cel immediately. You must take to eat. / house that pre-
your turn.-Calendar. ONLY ONE PREVENTIVE served the meat.
Thorough, ,moking Is the only This secret led
PLAIN ENOUGH Professor's Wife known way 'to prevent all these to condensing of
troubles. But how? Everyone knows smoke In quantities
"Hello; is that the police station -
I .._ ?" how uncertain the old,Smokehouse and, with
"Yes, what's the matter?" "Jack didn't ask me to sing." method is. Other so-called smoking S.E.COLGINwhoCertainadditions
e i "I just wanted to tell you that "Why don't you get even with methods, substitutes. for smoking, ebscovertJSIGAROmeat flavor to Improve of the
are likewise risky. How can you tell
O him.
: &I : you need not search for my hus- whether or' not the meat is thor- this Is FIGARO Condensed
E band. I found him myself. He had "In what way? oughly smoked? But if you want to Smoke. It has smoked more than
forgotten to take off his overcoat, "By singing anyhow. be absolutely SURE your meat will two billion pounds of meat since
and I hung him in the closet by come through the hot summer that time. Your dealer has FIGARO,
mistake.-Berliner Illustrierte. Good months sweet and wholesome and or can get It. The 32-oz. size smokes
' "They say that music is the food eatable, don't take chances. Brush 500 pounds, and costs only $1.50;
i' !tI Getting Started of love." every square inch with FIGARO the IG-oz. size smokes 250 pounds,
I: "How did you get your start in "What's jazz?" Condensed' Smoke. It Is a liquid; and and costs only $l.oo.-Ad,'.
; The Ultimate Consumer-You fellows politics?" i "Hash." Louisville Courier-

ought to show some mercy. "I wanted to reform everything. Journal.
: :: You make it impossible for a poor that came my way," replied Sena- THE FIGARO
1 man to save any money at all with tor Sorghum. "And I attracted the Misunderstood DALLAS,TEX.
i' f prices so high. attention of a practical politicianwho Blotts-My vacation plans are Manufacturers of Smoke Products
\ Tht Butcher-On the contrary, by just then happened to need an tentative. '
l I going without at the present high industrious young performer in his Totts-Fine! I'm going to buy a j FIGARO Condensed Smoke-Barbecue Smoke Sauce-Sausage Seasoning
prices he saves all the more money: business tent and camp out, too.


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PAGE EIGHT THE CLEW1STON' .!NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 103.

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MacWilliams Shuts This machine, with all of the other their homes in Moore Haven and in-I Takes a Chance I Never Thought ot Thc
I larger machines belonging to the clude some of the company's
The man that takes A lover of the cranberry
chance It to
a says
company has been at work on a men from the standpoint of years j, add
Large Steam Dredge tots away with it I a fiLe antiscorbutic. Now,
once
probably will we had
has nol!
small stretch of excavation on the employed. As the company A
gp.t t Into trouble the neat tlme.-Atchl, never thought of that-Arkansas Ga-
west side of Lake Hicpochee and although job to move to immediately' all crew) B.m Globe. zett*.. 'Q1 I
(Moore Haven Democrat) the finishing up of the con- members were notified to take any)
'ji E' iIacTVilli.iuis Construction tract may be .delayed a few days by job offered them. As a consequencemost I
Company, near tbo end of their con- the shutting down of the largest ma- of these men have already been
tract on the Caloosahatchee River, chine, it is expected to be completed I placed. Several, including Floyd ,1lf }W" dJc1
decided against repairing a major within a few days after the new Clapp, Harve Swafford and Art Til-
break on the big 'jaiion steam drag-I year starts. lery have accepted jobs on the Spa-
line v-hich occured the first of the Among the members of the crew daro contract; Guy Larsen expectsto
week: and shut down the machine I 10C the Marion laid off by the shutdown work with the, U. S. Engineers on ,
with consequent, lay-off of her crew. I are many of those who made the. revetment work at Pahokee and < .
I I others have taken jobs elsewhere.Of \. ,
the thirty five or more men "
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j T NOTICE fected by the lay-off it is repor ar-I
that only one or two have not
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ready been placed on new jobs.
j The first of this week the com I I" F
accountants Of'
The following audit prepared by Ernst and Ernst, public -
is published for the information of all concerned. pany's 50-B, three yard dragline was : .
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I M.. W. BIGG brought here to do some 'additional I. -.,-
City Clerk. x excavation around the A. C. L. railroad J,; .

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES bridge which was delayed by .:. .,
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CITY OF CLEWISTON CLEWISTON, FLORIDA' some work necessary for the rail-!
September 30, 1036 road to do at the bridge. :5 } '
ASSETS: I '
Cash on hand and-one deposit.......................... $ 552.10 T t :, :
Accounts Receivable LYKES: OFFERS JOBS I ; .. ,
;' ,. .
Unpaid rents .._.....................................:..;.... .. 10.00 I ',', .:.-,.' ;'",'' -'.(..',..< PrIntIng ,
Tax Certificates T. M. Lykes, head of the Lykes,
19 35. .........._...:................................................$ 1,780.46 Line !
1934 ..................................................:........... 1,193.26 Brothers Steamship of Tampa
1933 .............................................................. 851.99 and head of large cattle interests In
1932 ........._.......................................-........... 1,309.22 5,134.93 this county and over South Florida
.I ... this week sent word here that he I

Equipment (Cost' Value) could give immediate employment I ;

Trucks, tractor, fire hydrants and to licensed American sailors with
miscellaneous equipment .......................: 5,846.30 able-bodied seaman's papers, and I
Less: Allowance for depreciation .....::.......... 2,338.28 3,508.02 lifeboat certificates.
I of. .
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The request for men was given in \ }
-; :, $ 9,205.05 I
i a telegram ,and there .were no par;
ticulars but it is evident that the
:
LIABILITIES f demand for men is urgent. Anyone }
Accounts Payable Interested is urged to communicate '
For purchases, expenses, etc ....................$ 383.09 at once with the company by telephone -
For unpaid salaries '...........................:..:..... 250.00 or wne.FLORIDA'S I
For overpayment of taxes .................::......... 31.97 665.06

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Contract payable I.1tl
\ 101 SIGHTS SHOWNON .
For equipment purchased ........................... 900.00 ,, '
,.'. ,. NEW STANDARD ROAD :MAP
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Surplus -if', I
Unappropriated balance-September ,. ', ; ,' MerIt.. '
30, 1936 :............... ..... ...........:................... -' : 7,639.99: I lt
Just in time for what is expected
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> $ 9,205.05STATEMENT
years comes the 1937 edition of the
state's road map issued by the Stan- f ,

:: OF ,REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE FISCAL dard Oil Company of Kentucky. ;

i.; YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30' 1930 Besides a clear and attractive pre-
REVENUE sentation of the State's entire highway -
{, Taxes levied ....................................................$ 16,181.82 '
Occupational Licenses .................................... 340.00 I system the new map includes a :
Rentals ....................._........................................ 135.00 pictorial map showing over 100 of
Interest received ............................................ 70.39 the principal points of interest and
Redemption fees ...........:...:..........:.................. 38.00 natural resources throughout the
:Miscellaneous .................................................. 67.33 $ 16,832.54 state. From the southermost housein
the United States to the old .' ,. See .. .. .
EXPENDITURES Spanish forts at Pensacola, and the > ) '
Maintenance-Streets and nridge ................$ 3,275.86 .tii-: Fountain of Youth at St. Augustine.This :
Maintenance and operation of equipment .... 2,886.42 ,.lt map is filled with suggestionsthat : ,l; > YrL
Office expense ................................................ 1,743.16 -:.,;.. should make winter visitorssee ; ;. :; .;; { .. ; : L ,
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Maintenance-Parks and Parkways _............. 1,581.30 ,;. ,, .
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: Street Lighting ................................................ 1,553.22 :', more of Florida and stay longer. ,, ::_::"-" !;ff"' ':" .I ..-...;" ,:'t.r .. : ,
Cutting weeds ..__...........__............................... 1,216.45 \. Copies' of this map are availablefree : : :%;?:: ;
' Depreciation-equipment ................................ 1,182.71 at local Standard Oil outlets. .
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Lcgal and publications i ......................;.... ........ 813.15 '" ":,- : ,
s'' Police ..___.....__..............____................................ 635.13 I ; : "
+ Garbage and sanitation ......................:......... 252.78 : "' ..:
Bank charges .........._..:.................................. 3.92 $ 15,420.60 Hotels Without Beds
I Hotels with neither bedrooms nor The (lewifton
Excess Revenue over Expenditures and Depreciation ........$ 1,411.94 beds are popular In Italy Businessmen GJ\.WS> !i .

::. or tourists with only daylight '1' '
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< ., stopovers "atronlze ahem extensively. :- :. : : <:.f, '.' I
The guests are provided with a l tath. "
or- room and a small sitting room for a
low day rate and may find In the hotel .

a barber shop, writing rooms res
: fTUd&:1)f1 FLORIDA WHY : taurant and bar, as well as a cleaning
; ? and pressing service, without having

to carry the unnecessary expense of a .
bedroom. I b t 1 Jl' mI
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as large a crop as two acres dusted I III .

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don't believe ,it-try it!. Then

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Private Bath
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"'COOL,. CLEAN, QUIET I spraying jour tomatoes, pepper I 1 ; Distributor

and egg plants in the seed bed..
O\ci'looking" Biscayne Bay
\ The best dealers in Florida selSulfocide. : I I{ That Good

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Business Section. .ist on having it. Ask far helpfu -

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50: Church St., New YorkSULFOCIDE-
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