The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00619
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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System ID: UF00028415:00619
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:} WATERWAY OPEMNC mm COMPANY TO{ McWhorter and Nash Bitting Talks On Sugar ]

Win In Golf Tourney

.i j AGAIN POSTPONED; ; GIVE ,SCHOLARSHIP Industry At State Meeting ;

O. G. McWhorter, of Belle Glade,,

IYIAR.22 1'0 FLA. UNIVERSITYGainesville received the first prize trophy Sunday .
S FINAL DATE I >::5 .. _____ :
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as winner of the first flight in COMPANY PRESIDENT IMAKES

----- I the golf tournament which has been Surfacing of Road I MAIN ADDRESS TO CHE5IURGIC ";:'

Col. Earl North, district engineerfor Fla., Feb. 24-A $2- COUNCIL : 1
at the local course by de- ,
the U. S. Engineers of Jacksonville : 000 scholarship to the University of I II I underway To Start Next WeekThe ,4
I; l Dick Hall 13 and 11 in the I --
made an inspection trip over I, Florida, paying: $500 for each of four I I J I Clarence R. Bitting, of New York :

the Caloosahatchee river work last jsars study in agriculture, and do- final match of thirty-six holes. Mr. !I president of the United States Sugar i, 'a

Friday and upon his arrival in Fort I rated in memory'of this state's late 'Hall received a beautiful cup for long hoped for surfacing on Corporation gave one of the main :1

!l: Myers announced that there would Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, was announced '''the runner-up position. Pacific Avenue from Highway 25 to j talks before the joint meeting of the f:

be another postponement in the dates President John J. sec'ond the sugar house of the United States ;
r today by : The flight finals was a close Florida Chemurgic Council, the

) for the opening and that March 22 Tigcit as the gift of (the United I I affair with Larry Nash edging out Sugar Corporation will be completed Chemical Foundation and .the Flor- ;:.

would be set as the official opening States Sugar Corporation of Clew .Mrs. F. Deane Duff 1 up to win the within a short time unless unfavor ida Branch of the American Chemical -

date, exactly four weeks later than iston. In this able weather causes further delay,
Ii cup offered flight. Society at Gainesville Saturday on : :,
previously set, February 22., At a. Clarence R. Bitting, president of The third and fourth flight finals the News was informed this week b>' the subject, "Florida Sugar-Past, '
:\ conference with officers of the Okee- the corporation, said that it was the were played on the preceding Sunday W. M. Hoag, of Lakeland, resident Present and Future", and his talk "j

r- chobee ,Flood Control Board in West I desire of the organization to recognize and the cups won by Ralph Kirk in, engineer on the project for the State was so well received by the group !',

t, Palm Beach later that day Col. and perpetuate the memory of the third flight and H. A. Bestor in Road Department.The that a unanimous resolution was :.

;., ,,S,, North announced the new date as I Senator Fletcher through the "Dun- the fourth flight. greater part of this week has i passed asking that the sugar quotas :'

I official and final. can U. Fletcher Agricultural Schol- All cups and the first prize trophy been spent in hauling in material be raised at' least to the extent of ,'J:
from the demonstration levee east:
The waterway opening with a flo- arship." were presented with appropriate supplying Florida's needs. iOn
: of town to fill in low spots, gradingthe
, tilla of yachts making the trip fromI' President Tigert said the University : ceremonies at the club house at the the program were a number of :,
road bed and thoroughly II
com- "
East to West coasts to celebrate the of Florida had established con- close of play Sunday afternoon. outstanding leaders in the societies :i

i" opening, was scheduled to have been ditions upon which the scholarship Arrangements for the flag tourna- pacting it with a heavy roller prepar- represented ,and the addresses were ;
to Wet weather will '
, : held, on February 22''' but was post- would be awarded.An ment are well under way for next atory surfacing. broadcast over the University of ;\;
further delay but if weather I'
;: ,: poned when it was found that the applicant must be a graduate Sunday. Already twenty or twenty- cause Florida radio station WRUF. Several ti9

[, Ortona locks could not be made ready of an accredited Florida high 'school five players have been signed up to continues good Mr. Hoag stated that hundred were in attendance at the .-:-y
the of the coat '
.i for use at that time. Col. North vhcre his record mist have given participate and it is believed that application priming meeting." 'rMr.

', : then set the date as not earlier ,than promise of the capacity to do high there will be many more before Sunday would probably be started Mondayor ,
his talk
Tuesday by the Ebersbach Con- Bitting began by paying Iii
f.:' j March 15. After Friday's inspectionhe : grade work in college. The appli- .
struction Company, contractors for! tribute to the Chemurgic Council :i
l- said that he believed that the ,-ant: is expected to have' a definite :
said to
which he striving
the road. was ;
locks would be completed and every- interest in the agricultural field, and I ,
increase farm income and thus the i
After the priming coat is applied, !
;: thing in readiness by the 15th but must have taken, part in some formof
SEASON WILL CLOSE which will only require a day or two income of every person and the wel- :
,, to allow for any further delay he believed 4-H Club activity, the program of '
to complete, this will be allowed to fare of the nation. He then gave a ;;2
that the extra week should the Future Farmers of America, or in '
set for a few days before the asphaltand brief history of the early attempts a
5. be allowed. He stated further that some vocational agricultural enter- .
5 MIDDLE OF APRILJ. slag'wearing surface is applied. at sugar manufacture in the state ,::
there would be no further delay: unless prise. ;
The road is then ready for traffic. and in the Everglades and the con- ,
there should be some major dis- Applications will be considered by 'I. had ji
ditions under which his
Although the stretch of road !I company
aster. the committee on scholarships of J. Harrington, vicepresidentand short, construction work on the mile J i,taken over the assets of the first major '.y
During the additional time allowed the University of Florida, President general of the United
manager and a quarter stretch has continuedover sugar manufacturing company of ;';
final of the canal will be Tisert said. The recipient of the States Sugar Corporation, announced I
a sweep a period of three months du. the state. More than 90% ef the ,."

made to locate and remove any shoals scholarship will .be required to main- this week that the close, of the to the fact that treated timber for the I Florida sugar production, he stated,
which have developed from Interference tain 'a high scholastic average and would be about <
may present crop season two thirty-foot bridges was is now in the Everglades and he considered -

with the flow during the to take part in student affairs and the fifteenth of April. It is ''impos- slow in being secured.span These bridge Efj*?,f their activities as represent- ,.-:'

construction period. Shortly after the to demonstrate definite qualities of sible, to set an exact date but it is will be completed and ready for uee,"ive of the industry in the state. <'l

first of the month government boats 1 leadership in his association with his probable, from surveys of the crop this week. One of the first conclusions reached -

and perhaps others where absolutely ft How students. made, that the house will of ,;
sugar Approximately 3,000 yards of ad- Mr. Bitting said, as a result
will be permitted to "The Duncan U. Fletcher Agricultural cease operation within a day or two,
necessary pass ditional material has been added to preliminary study was that sugar >:

through the locks but "preview"traffic Scholarship" will be offeredavailable I one way or the other from the date the grade since work started. Thisis production ,in the Everglades was totally 1

is being discouraged from us to a student entering the given. I handpicked native material from different from that anywhereelse 'J

ing the lock and causing delay to.I University of Florida for his fresh Production figures have not been the levee and,is loaded by hand. in the world and that a decision "

A, the 'construction work. man year next September. It is un disclosed in detail but it is certain Mallow
I derstood'that Mr. Hoag asks that the citizens be had been reached at the start not to
the holder of the
lam. Several boats have already made will in that this year will far exceed ,any'j tolerant for a few more days and traditions and prejudices .applicable -

the cross-state trip but these were I scholarship pursue a 'course previous year in cane ground and! remain off the road with cars. As the to sugar production, elsewhere ,
the university In the agriculturalfield
small and had to be detoured around sugar produced. I work is rapidly nearing completionand to influence the Everglades -!
and a special committee to be I "
the locks on trailers. The canal on More than seven thousand visitors traffic causes considerable difficulty production.In :
pointed by the president, of which I
both sides of the lock is completedand have already been guided throughthe i I it has been thought ,advisable'o I Speaking of the increase in out- ,
the dean of the college of agriculturewill ,
is in use. sugar house during the present I I close it entirely to traffic until put and the various advances made : ,;:
be chairman
will determine the
reason and there is no letup in the : the beginning of operation we
More than a' week will be requiredto completed. since
put "the locks through the series)j pecific course requirements. daily crowds anxious to view the i quote Mr. Bitting as follows: ;.

of rigid tests which are required be-, manufacturing plant of the largest Osceola .Groves To "In 1930 ,a daily input of 2709

fore acceptance by the War Depart :'iwanis Club Takes industry in Florida under one head. tons of cane at Clewiston was re- \

\ ment. During these tests it will be|, During the past month ,visitors have markable; this year!=! the daily input! ?

possible to put boats through and I I Eoat Ride On LakeThe ome from Germany, England, Switz-' Expand DevelopmentC. has often exceeded 5,000 tons. In

anyone wishing to go through at erland, Japan and Cuba as well as 1930 the harvest season was but )

every state ,in the union and mostof four months today, if we were per- r
those times may learn the dates from J. Gonterman, of Miami, the ; ,.
the U. S. Engineer sub-office in local Kiwanis-Club departed the provinces of Canada. owner and developer of Osceola mitted to operate at capacity: the

Clewiston.ST. S from the customary meeting on Wednesday The unusual crowds have causeda Groves, one of the most attractive i i I season would exceed six months.
revised estimate in the total num- Thus the annual harvest for this one
night, and bulletins issued developments around the rim of the
'oer for the year. The original esti- sugarhouse has been increased from
PATRICK'S DANCE lake,' vas in Clewiston last week and
aily in the week to each member
j mate had been set at 8,000 but this 325,000 tons of cane to 800,000 tons,
r stated while here that plans were be-
announced a boat ride on Lake Okee- estimate has been pushed upward to an increase of 150 %. The yield per
On Wednesday night, March 17, ing made for further developmentand
'St. diobce.: '''Wives and sweethearts of between nine and ten thousand. ton of cane has been increased from
the Margaret's Catholic church expansion of the Osceola Groves

will sponsor their annual St. Pat- the members were, included and it and plans made, for another develop- 142 pounds of sugar In 1929-30 to

rick's Day Dance at the Clewiston was a jolly crowd which left the city Postmaster Exam's Are ment along the same lines further over 180 pounds during the current

Inn. Music will furnished. by ':::mEa"st Hock south on the lake rim. harvest and yield of sugar per aero
at 7:00 Wednesday: evening i has increased 140%. These substantial .
Coast orchestra Announced For March very
familiar to i The Osceola Groves are located in
aboard the "Lucretia", a yacht owned improvements are due en-
Clewiston dancers, the HiHatters.The 'the Bare Beach area and represent
by the E. H. Latham Company: tirely to what may be called 'the scientific -
sponsors are very desirous probably the most extensive attemptat
Inclement To fill the the attitude toward agriculture.'. '
weather failed to damp- vacancy in positionof
that everyone know that the date has citrus cultivation on the muck
the of the postmaster in Clewiston the Unitd Mr. Bitting told of the research
fa spirits those who made -
not been changed from that of St. lands of the Everglades. 134 acres
Patrick's Day as customary. Becauseof I Hip and an enjoyable time was had ? States Civil Service Commissionhas have been planted in oranges and work]! conducted by the company arrf

the watercade which had been ly everyone swapping, ,stories, sing- announced, at the request of the limes, about eighty acres of whichis of how, during the past six years

ing songs and partaking of ,delicious Postmaster General and in accord- more than 120,000 new crosses,
the Lue
expected on 15th, a change had in the : Gim Gong variety of
andwiches and coffee. ance with an order of th.e President, strains and varieties of sugarcane
been contemplated, but since the wat- oranges. This variety: Mr. Gon ter-
ercade will not be held until the Those making !the trip were: Mr. in open competitive examination.To man stated, is favored because it I had been studied of which less thin

22 the original date will stand. nd Mrs. A., W. Lawrence, Mr. and be eligible for the examination' ripens during the summer months 100 had been deemed worthy of further -

Irs. R. N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Harry an applicant must be, a citizen of the ind consequently commands a highsr study and only ten established

DEBATE BETWEEN LOCAL AND Turner, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wil- United States, must have been a price on the markets. His experi-I their right to commercial planting.He .

LABELLE HIGH SCHOOLS :.on, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry, bona fide patron of the post office 3nce with the development has, he explained that, each year addi-

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mr. for which,, the examination is held says, proven that the average cost tional thousands of new crosses
, andMrs.. H. R. Hall, Mr. and Mrs.I. for at least one ;year immediately would be attempted to find those
of production of on Ever-
I Instead of the ,debate between two oranges
M. Pafford, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. i p/eseding the time fixed for close of glades soil is about 17c a crate. which would meet the stringent re-
local school teams this year as customary '
I I :. the Ward, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring, : receipt of appplications, must be In 440 acres have been purchased by quirepients of the area.
debating team from the '
\ local school has challenged 'a team Ilr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Leah good physical condition, and within Mr. Gonterman and the interests he He told of how unit costs had

from the LaBelle school to a debateon Spicer, Miss Marion Leydig, Miss the prescribed age limits. The competition represents, 'along the east side of the been reduced by the company until
Bobbie Spicer, Dr. J. W. Ezelle and is open to both men and wo- west now lower than In Hawaii or Puerto
of Bean
the subject, "Resolved: That Universal Sebring place City
Gideon Brown.E. Rico, about equal to the Philippinesand
\ Military Training Should Be men.Under which they propose to develop in
the terms of the Executive only slightly higher than Cuba
Adopted." much the same fashion as Osceola
D. D. SUPERVISpRS MEET I order, 'the Civil Service Commissionwill Groves. without reducing the laborer's wage
The LaBelle school accepted the
IN WEST PALM BEACH certify: the name of the highest which he said was now higher than
challenge and chose the negative
qualified eligible to the Postmaster WILL SWINDLEWill the average farm hand of the nation.
J side. The debate will be held some-
The Everglades Drainage District General who shall thereupon submit He also explained how things had
time in March. Elimination trials are
supervisors transacted routine busi- the name to the President for nom- Swindle, 21, died Thursday been done to make life more pleas
being held now to determine the best
nass at a regular meeting held Tues ination. Confirmation by the Senateis about noon in the Good Samaritan ant for the laborer and why 85% of
debaters in the local school. A medal
day at the offices of A. H. Wagg, the final action. Hospital in West Palm Beach follow- the labor employed this year has
will be awarded to the best debater
chairman of the board, in West Palm Applicants will be required to assemble ing a brain operation. This was the been employed one or more previous
and prizes to the winning team.
Beach. This was the first meeting attended in an examination room for second, operation performed, he having seasons.

I by the new member, J. P. scholastic tests, and will also be rat- recovered rapidly from the effects ,Mr. Bitting next told of studies

Father J. F. Walsh and Wilbur Newell, of Fort Pierce, former secretary ed on their education' and business of the first. which had been made to find' some-

'. McGeehee were visitors in Miami to Governor Dave Sholtz. Mr. experience and fitness., The Civil Mr. Swindle has made his home thing t. fill in the slack season and

Tuesday.Mr. Wagg was appointed chairman of the Service Commission will make inquiry east of Clewiston near the county give year around employment:

hoard at the death of the late JamesJ. among representative businessand line for a number of years. Besides "As a result of such studies to

and Mrs. Will Plank, newspa-I Jpf flies, of Miami. professional men and women of his widow he is survived by his par- date, and these are far from com-'

per publishers of Malborough. New! The other members present were: the community concerning the experience : ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Swindle and pleted, we have found two agricultural -

York, who are spending a month's vacation -I J. H. Franklin of Hialeah and J. E. ability, and character of i: brqther J. C. Swjndle. I products that are Ideal crops

in Florida, were Interestingvisltoia :ErardBtey of Clewiston. Attorney F. each applicant, and the evidence thus I F\moral services aro to bo he1'i !cii' tho EvareladeH.: meeting nil thejbiteirieut3

I In Q1 l&wjftton t fhiiFgdbv and "51 S, Brycnt ami Secretary: 3P, 0.: JJ,, :ecurea! will be considered In d t torin:. In Lake \Y i'th Itt iiOO thlarlOoil rttieiill''f for dUp IntJl1tal l craps!

Friday, I!UOrO of Miami wefd aluO t lil'e6@iit) t/ (Continued oil rage 8)) '.., '. 41" toeniiaued( en page 4)r'"W'c .

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Life's Blessings what His Hope

( .C9bb)1ftn
THE night is mother of the \
NOTHING raises the price of !

like its removal ) ) thinks The winter of the spring, : 'f
; whereas it was its contin- And old
ever upon decay I j
uance which should have viruu- about: The greenest mosses cling. !
taught us its value. There are cAiiBy': 1( i

three requisitions to the proper Reducing Auto Fatalities. Behind the cloud the starlight,

enjoyment of earthly blessingsa MONICA, CALIF.- lurks;

thankful reflection on the Edward W. Pickard SANTA revolted by our hide- Through showers the sun- I
Giver deep
goodness of the a beams fall
sense of our unworthiness, a Wattm Newspaper Union ous record of mortality result For, God, who loveth all, His
recollection of the uncertaintyof ing from mad automobilingas works,

long possessing them. The Clark, Wheeler AttackPresident's purpose of the administration is to I what decent citizen is nota ? Has left His hope for all. I
first would make us grateful; change the personnel and views of gentleman writes in some -Whittier. I
the second, humble; and the Court PlanT the Supreme court, in order that

third, moderate. Hannah HOUGH President Roosevelt President Roosevelt's New Deal pertinent recommendations.He Time is as the body, and eter- :
More.A I persisted in his intention to force program will be held constitutional suggests laws providing, in ad- nity the spirit of existence.- : :
through congress his measure to dition to such other penalties as Barley.

critic is seldom constructive. "reform" the federal judiciary, may follow. a con-
law-makers who Indiana Auto Workers viction for drunk

have been his warm Appeal to President driving or criminally -

supporters are coming Automobile reckless driving, Y. Owl Dumb But UsefulThe
War Debt EMBERS of the United ,
Napoleonic \/T or hit-and-run driv- -
out one by one Workers stirred
a owl's
\ r up reputation for great
In American money the cost of :: in hot opposition to riot in Anderson, Ind., that resulted ing, that the convicted wisdom is quite unmerited. Sci-
the Napoleonic war to Great Brit- his plan to pack the party shall lose
in the injury of several men, his license for five ": entists have known for a 'long
ain would be approximately $4- ?r.;.; Supreme court. and Governor Townsend respondedto and that his time that the owl is one of the"dumbest"
000,000,000. The income tax was + Among them are from the sheriff of years
; an appeal automobile be sold of all things in feathers -
invented at that time as one F Senator Bennett C. National ,I
Madison county by sending and the proceeds .; ; though a recent announce-
means of raising the necessary : Clark of Missouri maintain order
Guardsmen to used for the vic ment of that commonplace fact ,
revenue. Most of the cost was and Senator Burton outsiders from enteringthe :
and keep tim's heirs c&iR got press notice. But
borrowed and some of it is still $ K. Wheeler of Mon- the trouble.: as ,
county to aggravate case be. though he isn't wise, Old Hooty is I
may Irvin S. Cobb
owed being represented by Brit- tana, both leading
Thereupon Victor Reuther, a leaderof Whilst we're nevertheless very useful. He feeds I
ish consols which have no matur- Senator Clark "P.rats.. They the U. A. W., sent a telegram the subject of the on disgrace which mostly on mice and other small f.JI.

ity but, the interest never having studied the scheme to President Roosevelt calling for costs America more lives every rodents, and helps to keep their I :
defaulted, are regarded as among carefully before issuing their state- "direct intervention" and demand- month than being destroyed in numbers below the proportions of !
the soundest securities in the I ments. The announcements of these are
ing the lifting of the military restrictions the Spanish civil war in any month, an absolute pest.-Science Service i '
world. The British taxpayers are men was scarcely' offset by a radio "so that union memberscan here's another little notion : :
still paying the, cost of defeating address by Attorney General HomerS. become free men again." In- That offender: I ,
a flagrant
or a
Napoleon in that they must pay Cummings, 'dutifully defendingthe formation from Anderson indicatedthe chronic i
offender shall be
to meet the interest on the President's plan. given a
union men were directly responsible jail sentence, without the option of Beware Coughs I,!
old Napoleonic War debt. Senator. Clark said he was entirely for the disorder. paying a fine, the only alternativefrom
in accord with the minor pro- jail his her Ij
being or willingness from colds n
posals in Mr. 'Roosevelt's scheme, common
to be handcuffed and chained
but was totally unable to agree with Hayashi Urges Russia and before the public gaze through a

WATCH YOURMedicalAuthoritiesrecognize the provisions for packing the Supreme China to Be Peaceful, period of hours or days at the scene That Hang OnNo II

court. ,He continued: "The SENJURO HAYASHI, pre- of the accident for which he or she '
conclusion is unescapable that to GEN. and foreign minister of was responsible.That matter how many medicines II:
have tried for chest ,
you your {
increase the court at one time by Japan, in a formal statement of ought to make some con- cold or bronchial irritation, you can ':
the increase of an additional two- policy to the parliament, said his verts to the crusade for prudent get relief now with Creomulsion. I'ti
the thirds of its present membershipis government would driving, don't you think?. Serious trouble may be brewing and )
value of a balanced Alkaline Reserve to pack the court with referenceto "pay atten you cannot afford to take a chance \;
special with anything less than Creomul,
aid cold prevention. j
as an to situation and
a particular par- tion" to the adjust- Windsor's Musical Proclivities. sion which goes right to the seat
ticular litigation now pending or ment of the em- LATEST word is: that the duke of of the trouble to aid nature to f"
LUDEN'Scontribute to be immediately pending beforeit. pire's relations with y has taken up accor- soothe and heal the inflamed mem- '";
soviet Russia and ''' dion in serious branes as the germ-laden phlegm
playing a way after
Alkaline Reserve is loosened and expelled. :
to your "To me it seems a radical and China and urged $ s.\ first toying with the deadly
because they contain an csa saxo- Even if other remedies bavefailed If.
unnecessary change in our whole those nations to phone and then doing some inten- don't be discouraged, your j
ALKALINE FACTOR 5 system of government, without the cease their ,quarrels f tf' < sive bagpipe toodling. Obviously the druggist is authorized to guarantee
submission to the people in the : o- Creomulsion and to refund your I
with Japan and try duke is' in a fair way to estrange
if are not satisfied with
proper form of an amendment' to to comprehendJapan's those who, until now, have faith- money results from you the very first bottle.

Temptation and CuriositySo the Constitution. Therefore I shall position and ;'fi. : ;mss.. fully supported him through his recent Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.)

ofte i Temptation is 'accompanied vote against that portion" of the President's aims in East' Asia. harrowing experiences. Even

by, another fellow, arm in proposals. He called attention Sugiyamato loyalty can be pushed just so far. Hand to Mouth Existence
arm-Curiosity. Then came Senator Wheeler, stal- the fact that Or maybe he'has a lot of close The young man growing his first I r I

wart radical, with a statement Japan no longer is bound by any friends who are deaf. mustache has a very concerned ,i i
which it was reported he made public naval limitations treaty but de- Or maybe Mrs. Simpson is prac- look about him. t

over the protests of the White clared "there shall be no changein ticing wearing earmuffs., (i,
House. He said in part: our policy of strict adherence to Or maybe sHe can wean him on

"I am, always have been, and the principle of nonmenace and non- a mouth organ-a comparatively inoffensive i
will continue to be opposed to the aggression." instrument.Or BLACKMAN

usurpation of legislative functionsby Hayashi's cabinet decided on a something. Let's not be too i

the courts; I am, have been, and budget reduction of approximately hasty in our judgments. STOCK and POULTRY MEDICINES
will be opposed to usurpation of leg- 8Vfe per cent; Lieut. Gen. Hajime *

islative and judicial functions by the Sugiyama, the new war minister, objected Jefferson and Ickes. L Are Reliable

I executive branch of the govern to any cut in the huge army ICKES is sort of op- i
. Be prepared for your family's pains ment. budget, but it was reduced slightly naming the projected EW Blackman's Medicated L'dt-
:: and colds. Keep St. Joseph Aspirin "The issue is: How are we goingto great national auditorium in Wash- A-Brik
handy. World's largest seller at lOc.
prevent in the future this usurp- ington after Thomas Jefferson, be- 07: Blackman's Stock Powder
ation of the legislative power by British Destroyers Fireon cause it is proposed to hold sport- Blackman's Cow Tonic
o the courts? Shall we attempt to Spanish Rebel PlaneS ing events there when the buildingis PowderBlackman's

s coerce them by packing the court IX bombs were dropped by a not being used for public gath- BITBlackman's Hog

, with six new men? If we do add plane, supposedly a Spanish in- erings. He invites us to imagine the EW Poultry Tablets

six new men to the court does it surgent craft, close to two British feelings of Jefferson upon ,look- EW Blackman's Poultry Powder

Uncertain Fame correct the evil? Or is it merely a destroyers off the coast of Algeria.The ing down on boxing matches or Highest Quality-Lowest Price
Sometimes the ladder of fame temporary expedient? warships, which were not dam- such-like goings-on under that roof.
,1/; is a stepladder-wobbly. "Every labor, leader, every farmer aged, drove away the plane with Well, let's carry the thing fur- Satisfaction Guaranteed or

and every progressivemindedcitizen gunfire. The British governmentat ther: Can anybody imagine Jefferson your money back

I Ik in the United States would once lodged protests with the imagining a Secretary Ickes? BUY FROM YOUR DEALERIjBLI1CKMAN
1-: When HEADACHE have been ,shocked and protestedfrom Fascist authorities. .

\ the house tops if President Valencia, the temporary capitalof Madame Perkins' Ambitions. STOCK MEDICINE 60.
: Is Due To Constipation
Harding, President Coolidge, or the loyalist government, was MAYBE it's not wise to add those
!'r.:,.: Often one of the first-felt effects President Hoover had even inti- shelled by an insurgent warship and new departments to the Presi- ChaH3r.oogaTenn.

of constipation Is a headache. Take mated that they wanted to increasethe many persons, most of them wom- dential cabinet right now. True,
:;' a dose or two of purely vegetable Supreme court so as to makeit en and children, were reported Madame Perkins shows a patriotic

Black-Draught! subservient to their wishes."If killed and injured. The city is willingness-or shall we say deter- U
That's the sensible way relieve this administration can in- mination-not SMALL SIZE EI LARGE SIZE
'packed with refugees and the civil only to look after Gt
.", the constipation. Enjoy the refresh- crease the Supreme court to makeit population was panic-striken by. her own portfolio, but to snatch up 60c s $1.20 J
ing relief which thousands of people
subservient to its wishes, an- the bombardment. such responsibilities as her fellow-
have reported from the use of Black-
:, ,
other Harding administration can secretaries careless
are so as to
A few days previously a Fascist
a Draught. Sold In 25 cent packages. i
; the same thing. warship shelled Barcelona, capitalof leave out of nights. ,, I
'' "There is nothing democratic, the autonomcus state of Cata.. Still, it's expecting an awful lot .. ii,, t4'" I
: BLACKaDRAUGHTA progressive, or fundamentallysound lonia. of one weak woman that she should *A rteognlied Remedy for Rheumatic
in the proposal advanced by relieve two more members of their and Neuritis sufferers. A perfect Blood
GOOD LAXATIVE the administration." responsibilities, duties and author- Purifier. Makes thin! Blood Rich and

Attorney General Cummings ad- Schuschnigg Favors Returnof ity when the task of trying to take Healthy. Builds Strength and Vigor.
Always Effective Why suffer?
vanced these two reasons for sup- Hapsburg Dynasty over the other nine present jobs be- _
..., .i r.III: !" c\.I.]'I;'".!''N.I Icj!oJ.1!i.]: _
DEAF or HARD OF HEARING? porting the Presi- RESTORATION of the Hapsburg sides her own already has taxed

By air means send for a free booklet cnl1ed"EARS" dent's proposal: : ;,; t,, R sr was openly her strength severely.. And besides,
tndintructire.ltdeacribeatheworld's' which will prove both interesting greatest New blood shouldbe advocated by Chancellor Kurt there's annoying talk that congress Charleston Wakefield Cabbage Plaats

aid ACOUSTICON.to bettor hearing through: means which of the now senttlne Joy- injected into the Schuschnigg, who ,committed his may actually oppose the madame's One dollar per thousand delivered.R. .

and Writ*happiness Marion War can*.Aeou.tlcon,5805thAvN.w be brought Into yonrllfe. judiciary in order government party to that proposition. latest little suggestion that she be M. PERSON
York Ctty.and the booklet wlU be mailed that the Constitutionshall He intimated that a plebis- made practically the supreme power Charlotte North CaroBsa
to you without any obligation whutorcr. in all labor disputes.But .
be construedin cite would be held to decide the
keeping with the question.The she needn't worry about that.

changing needs pro- ,. chancellor asserted that increasing *
duced by new complexities 'official support would be The Flood's Aftermath. 5r,

of national given to the campaigr. to place WITH the slackening o: the tor

life.The Archduke Otto of Hapsburg againon the peak of drama out
DEPARTMENTCARTOONING congestion of the throne which his father, the of the scene, but the tragedy, less
dockets in the federAtty.. Gen. Emperor Karl, "temporarily re spectacular but nevertheless des'

al courts is largely Cummingsdue nounced" November 11, 1918. The perate, lingers on-the tragedy of
to the inability of aged and archduke is twenty-four years old. destitution and ruin and sickness.For .
infirm judges to perform their shareof the rebuilding of wrecked I IA

the work.Investigation. homes, the rehabilitation of morale,
Tom LEARN Doerer MODERN Method-Individually CARTOONING taught has shown, however, Jim Farley Banqueted it is necessary that through the Red
by recognized master. First lesson FREE. that the second reason is unsound. by 1,600 Democrats Cross we give and keep on giving-

Send Dept Gc D,postage Washington only. National D. C. Arts Guild Commenting on Mr. Cummings' HEADED by President Roosevelt and I reckon we will. We always ,

speech, Senator Glass of Virginiasaid President Garner, have. \ '(IflI
: "I think it indicates that the 1,600 Democratic government offi- But there are certain things we HOTEL OF DISTINCTION
OPPORTUNITIESBETTER country is in infinitely greater needof cials, state committeemen and need not give the victims, for these Nearest the Gardens
THAN A JOB an attorney general than of addi- prominent figures in the worlds of be things they never lose and never (Famous Winter Resort)

letin.Send"for Make a Free money copy as of your"Self own Help boss.Bul- tional judges on the Supreme courtor business and sports honored JamesA. will-their courage and their sense OPEN S. John JANUARY tlttlcereen.TO Mgr.r MAT. II I I
1* V* e. 201 Herald PI., Syracuse N. Y. of judicial wet nurses for six of Farley with a banquet in Wash- of humor. We can still laugh at our I
the present members of the court." ington. Mr. Garner was master of personal misfortunes even while the
Senator Minton of Indiana defended ceremonies and called the roll of world at large weeps for them. I
FRUIT TREES the plan in a radio address distinguished guests by states. Mr. guess, for our race, that's the main

Peach Trees all leading varieties. State in-. but probably did it more harm than Roosevelt made a speech, which saving grace.IRVIN .
FDected. Guaranteed true to name. 4c each.
Travis Bros. Nurseries, Rlverdale. Ga. good, for he .frankly admitted the was carried to the country by radio. S. COBB.
Western Newspaper Union.

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'--'IMPROVED"--" Lord Howe Is1and' "Quotations"V Caution as NecessaryAn

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f f.tl supreme business in life is to
to take no
carry and to pass on as we receivedit
SUNDAY risks. There will always -
Lesson or better, the sacred lamp of organic
i being that we bear within us.- be sufficient which will seemto

i Bv REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. Havelock Ellis.Pacifists be necessary to the conduct of

i Dean of the Moody Bible Institute necessarily business but the wise man will
are not cow.
( Western of Newspaper Chicago. Union. I ards, nor Militarists brave. War is take no foolish risks just in orderto

not necessarily manly, nor Peace ef prove his courage. The greatest

feminate.-A. A. Milne. fighters in the history of the race

Lesson for February 28 Life is not half long enough for were not those who accepted every

my taste.-!!. ,G. Wells. challenge which fools offered. The

THE NEW COMMANDMENTLESSON Women have always been the su best sea captain will never defy

perior of men.-Sir Charles Higham. the storm, but will face its fury

TEXT- John 12: 20-33; 13:34,33. Too many of us are still thinkingand whenever he has to do so without

GOLDEN TEXT A new commandmentI ., fear. It is of
no sign to
liar rr rfA acting Jn terms of the longagoand courage
give unto you. that ye love one another;
even as I have loved you that ye also ; .Fr we are not facing eith.er the defy the lightning or to challenge

love one another. John 13:34.: present or the future.-Nicholas gravitation. The man who accepts

ment.PRIMARY TOPIC. A, New Command. c1; Murray Butler. 'I unnecessary fool. risks is not a hero buta

JUNIOR TOPIC A Great Man's Way.

What the New Commandment Means. l4i c..Caal"atlaeNs y ''' .a'bra ..v,

The Measure of Christian Love. [

Transportation on Lord Howe Island. HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONS I

In the last week of our Lord's /
Prepared by National Geographic Society sarily limited in number, for thereis
ministry on earth many important Washington D. C.-WNU Service. only one boat which visits Lord ?Q hems of Interest to the Housewife &*>

events took place, but we mostof '
HOWE Island, verdant Howe island regularly, the steamer
them in series of
our present LORD of land in the Pacific which plies between Sydney and
studies. The incident related in our where the Cane-bottomed chairs should be Carrots can be made crisp be-
of Australia
the New Hebrides. She is a little
r4, lesson of today is"of interest in and seed brushed to remove all dust and fore cooking by scraping and leav-
monopolistic sale of palm vessel of some 2,025 tons with accommodations
a of itself, but it is of peculiar significance has built an unusual social system, for about 40, then washed with salt and water ing in cold water for half an hour.

9 because it introduces a passen- and placed in the air to dry.
believes open *
in starting its newlywedsoff and of these are bound
marvelously instructive discourse of wishesto gers many This treatment tightens up the Potatoes that are to be French
right. If a young islander for' Norfolk island or, the New Heb-
our Lord. cane. fried should stand in cold waterat
marry and establish his own rides.
Whatever had their in- least hour before
prompted an cooking.
note that home, he notifies the board of con- May Have to :Stay Five Weeks. A good cleaner for glassware i
quiry, we are delighted to *
trol, which assigns him a block of
the Greeks with earnest Moreover this boat having a deposit of lime from : You
came an usually runs can produce your own sour
on which to build a home
desire to see Jesus.I. but once in five weeks; hence visit- hard water, consists of a mixtureof milk for use in sour-milk recipesby
to use for gardens, pasturage, or
Seeking Jesus (12:20-22). ors are not only restricted as to one cup vinegar in one quartof simply adding a teaspoon, of
cultivation. Before erecting a house,
A man has progressed far on the and numbers, but as to the time of their warm water into which six vinegar to each cup of,fresh sweet
however he must submit plans
road to blessing when he makes visit and the length of their stay. or eight slices of raw Irish pota- milk. .
particulars to the board for
known his desire to see Jesus. Com approv- Twenty-two days after leaving her toes have been cut. Associated Newspapers.-WNU Servic.

ing to'him means coming to the al.As the land is made available passengers at Lord Howe, the boat -

One who has the words of eternal returns from the islands to the north
only on a "permissive occupancy"basis
and picks up those who are readyto as.
life.Note the islander legally has no
that the disciples were wise return to Sydney. Tha:e who :
claim to it or to the buildings he ? r.t.J
enough to bring the men to Jesus. may erect thereon. This tenancyat are not ready must stay five weeks, : DELIClousf"These !

The true function of every Christian or some multiple thereof, before
will, however, is not as severe as
worker is to bring men to him. On they have another chance to returnto
it sound, and the board has '
the back of the pulpit in one of the mainland. Only at periods Says GEORGE RECTORWorld's
never yet evicted a person!
America's greatest churches, directly The system of taxation is unique. when the steamer journeys just to ...wK Foremost Food Authority

, where the preacher can see themas Norfolk island and back, instead of,
Non-islanders who stay on the island
he arises to preach, are the making the full run to the New Hebrides -
for to
lengthy periods are obliged
B words of our lesson, "Sir, we would contribute can the visitor enjoy a shorter -
at the rate of 5 pounds
; "
see Jesus. Little wonder that a sojourn on Lord Howe.
(normally $25) annum to the
i; strong and true gospel is preached island funds. Participants per in the The scenic beauty of the island OF PHILLIPS KITCHENS

:f. in that church. and the fishing lure visitors, as 'do
palm seed industry no taxeson
fr'L II. Finding the Cross (vv. 23-33). pay the thrilling mountain climbing and
property, but those who earn an
I The reply of our Lord to the, the enjoyment of sea and shore.
income from other than
any source Delicious Soups are
! : Greeks and to the disciples who The is for bath-
unsurpassed "
the community fund are taxed by = '' Southern Cooking at its best,
:. brought them to him, seems a bit ing and the excitement of surf bath- Amer-
the reduction of one share in eight of Ii says George Rector,
singular at first glance. Did he ing be found the beaches of
their holdings for all earnings over may on ica's Foremost Chef, creator ,
! not wish to receive them? They had 24 pounds. the eastern coast. The climbing of of marvelous dishes which '

I. probably come to see the great religious Such income Mount Gower is arduous enough to have won him World fame. : '
necessarily comes '
: A, leader, the King of the Jews from of two satisfy even seasoned mountain. "You can't beat PHILLIPS
sources-salary or-
,f.. -why does he talk about death- one eers; the ascent of Mount Lidgbirdis DELICIOUS Soups for real

..y;' is his soul troubled? wages paid for labor or income from seldom made because of the real 1 home-like flavor," he adds, '.
invested capital. The latter is heavi- .
" The words of our Lord are clear. danger involved. DELICIOUS "because they bring you genuine I
ily taxed, on the theory that those Yom, I Southern seasoning asVARIETIES ;:
Men do not need an example, a Perhaps because of the coral -'' ,,,, ','
who have it do not need as muchas S delicious as their name.
leader, a teacher, they need a Sav- ,
those who are wholly dependenton there is an extraordinary Y
iour. It is as a sacrifice for sin e
the sale of the palm seeds. By abundance of fish about the island "
that Christ will draw all men unto
contributing thus, its recipients help and many of these are game fish .:

himself (v. 32). to equalize the incomes of all islanders of fine quality. They may be cap- o and women coast-to-coast '. -.
We need to relearn that lesson.
and thus prevent any devel- tured directly from the shore as echo these words of praiseFor "1
Leaders of the church ,
are earnestly '1"- f.t.::'?
opment of classes ''who might be well as from a bolt, and both meth- .41lt iftJ F
the of the
seeking explanation rapid called rich or poor. ods are in constant use to add va. into this symphony! of eighteen who1e.Ii : 1 .

decline in the influence of the Chris- So with the income from labor. riety to the sport. some and nourishing Soups IS blended real k: lQW f$'' :;'\P : "

tian church. It is a good sign that Down-In-Dixie culinary craftsmanship .@t'r : *>," ,"\: i j
Since the amount of work on the
some are beginning to realize that Plenty of Good Fishing. from recipes that were Old When Dixie '\Vas"oi1.i fus ; {i
island for which be
the difficulty is in the realm of the wages might I Perhaps the most notable and edible Young. Veteran Chefs brew them pridefully -j .wfdi: fJiYt lt..f4'::.: tx .
in it
is small few share
spiritual. The barrenness of so- paid can ; of these fish is called "salmon," skillfully patiently, to bring _. v:0: :; "",: :

called modern theology has become, hence, those who do have work con but ,the flesh is pure white, and out all the marvelous: flavor of garden- /, : / : :;::;:,!'&tt.;; :%, 1

apparent to its leaders and they tribute a portion of their wages to neither it nor the fish itself recalls fresh vegetables ... picked while the dew of '. } Y>> ;"" zlti! .(
have begun to talk about a "spiritual -, the community fund. the salmon of the Northern Hemi- Dixie mornings IS still upon them. Ask ?/ < = t.tt i l,

revival. But unfortunately we Two Labor Conditions. sphere. The Lord Howe variety your grocer today for these grand-tasting ; tfw-@ ,
'.: :
Soups of the South. ; :t)' <<
soon find that they use the expres- Human nature is very much the reaches a length of three feet, and, W'

sion to stand for something entirely same, however, on Lord Howe Is- once, hooked, is a valiant fighter. AIR": <" '' :zrr: :ii; i: <::1i.." :

different from a real scriptural land as it is elsewhere. Even in so The labor and excitement of landing ON THE ; .., ;W: : '

revival. "The voice is Jacob's voice small and homogeneous a popula- one'make a thrilling experience.In FBI.WED.. TIIUR. <"'. ;%a ,w 'PL :

but the hands are the hands. of tion one finds at one extreme those addition to the salmon, the 1.30, E. 8. ff S .

Esau" (Gen. 27:22). who are unambitious, if not actually waters of the island are noted for Colombia .,;.: .

Let us make no mistake about it, lazy, and at the other those the beautiful bluefish which abounds

a real revival will center in thee who like to work to improve their there. ,It grows to, about four PHilLIPS e1.idol .

cross and will manifest itself in condition, and desire luxuries as pounds, is also a good fighter, and

denial of self for the glory of God. well as comforts. As a consequencetwo makes a splendid meal. '

One cannot forego mention of the interesting and rather amusing An unusual feature of this ocean : 5outfaesirv SOUPS :

fact that the last part of verse labor conditions have developed to fishing is the bait used-not a fly, or ,''!

26, "If any man serve me, him will complicate the problem of the am- a worm, or any artificial device, buta

','I my Father honor," was the motto bitious. this
j' ''tt of the late Dr. James M. Gray young
The first concerns continuous labor shearwater occurs in such numbers :

whose life gloriously exemplified the what is often called "service." that there seems to be little dangerof PLEASE ACCEPT
truth of the God is willingand
passage. Life on the island is so pleasant, so its being appreciably decreased.It .

and for ready to do as much for you relatively carefree, and so simple is locally known as "mutton bird." :,
me. '
that it does not require steady workto Transportation on the island is /J

III. Loving One Another (John'13,: live comforta1. '. Few, if any, islanders chiefly on foot, for there are few THIS #/
34 .
are willing to engage in wheeled vehicles. One is the two-,

I When these words were uttered work by the month or week. Theyare wheeled dump cart belonging to the
I our Lord was two days further in 4-PIECE SILVER SET
not necessarily lazy; they just community; the others are home-

the last week before he was cruci- don't care to be exploited by other made structures, simple platforms '.';

fied. He was alone with his disciplesin islanders for personal gain. Hence mounted on two axles, each witha ..;

the upper room. What message the proprietors of the two lodging 12-inch wheel at either end and for only ,
does he have for them in that sol-
houses, who must have "service," with boxes nailed on for seats. Thereare '
emn hour? That they should love have to their in Australia. 25c complete with :
I secure help also sleds, with low but stout j

one another. That is a message The labor problem is also com- runners, for freight and baggage. purchase'i
that needs
renewed in
emphasis our plicated by rats! Good-looking and not overworked your
The strife which ID
day. fills the world
Somewhere around horses provide all necessary motive '
twenty years of of
,has almost engulfed the church, and one can 1
ago a vessel was wrecked on Lord power.
there is bitterness and strife where
love should reign. Howe and rats came ashore, found Social life on the island is simple B. T. Babbitt's,

local conditions to their taste and and pleasant. Hospitality and friendliness
Let us observe that
carefully it
multiplied excessively. Today they are universal. If there are Nationally Known
is as his disciples that we are L7U.i
able love' are not only a nuisance but a men- cliques or family quarrels, they are
to one another. There
ace, and the islanders wage relent- well concealed. Honesty is so uni- Brand of Lye '
two erroneous extremes to be avoided. -
less war upon them. Aiding in this versal and expected that propertyis
we have the out and out,
campaign are the dogs of the island seldom locked and theft is virtually T. Babbitt, Inc., Dc-pt. WN, 386 ",
conservative, who proclaims his be- This lovely pure silver-plated Set-knife, to B.
lief in the Bible as God's Word, whois a breed of short-haired ter unknown. If there is another fork,soup spoon and teaspoon in aristoFourth Ave.,New York City,N.Y.Your ;
riers.A place in the world where the inn- cratic: Empire design is offered solely to Set will reach you promptly, postage "
anxious that he be absolutely the brands of lye paid.You'll thank us for the Set and for
bounty of fourpence a rat is keeper says to his departing guest: get you to try pure
correct in doctrine, a really saved with 100 uses,shown right.Use lye for introducing these brands of Lye to you.
man,, and who then becomes the paid from the community fund; so "If it isn't convenient to pay your cleaning clogged and frozen drain pipes, OFFER GOOD WITH'ANY LABEL .'

kind of "fighting" fundamentalistwho many thousands of rats are killed account before leaving, you may for: making finer soap, for sweetening SHOWN BELOW ,;
annually. Since the bounty is paid deposit it to my account in Sydney swill, etc. You'll use no other Lyo onceyou've ;\
dismally fails God in the testi-
from the community fund, it is not next week," that spot isn't adver- tried one of these brands.
referred to in these
mony verses. subject to the income tax, and hence tised as it should be! How to Get Your Silver Set 'I j '
On the other hand we have the liberal '
who has abandoned the scriptural : becomes a profitable side line. There is no problem of poverty; To get your 4-piece Silver Set, merely I I; is

basis of discipleship and who Besides the income from palm every one has a' home and 'an in at send right the,band with from 25c any(to can cover of Lye handling shown,

then boasts of his great love for his seeds, money comes to the island come. Some have finer homes than mailing,etc.)with your name and address Star

brethren. Love is no substitute for with visitors from Australia or, very others, but the difference rests moreon R.dDeYIl Giant -Ted Sealpf

rarely from other parts of the out- diversity in ambition and taste .'sr 'Mf j)'( ;
regeneration and is lE R-is :M'ENf:
no excuse for lack of love. side world. Such visitors are neces- than on opportunity. :, _J ",\l1t'._<' __".... ,,, J!'IS.D. ,._ ._ ,' ,--.- ._ .. ,-.? --.",



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News : ental area, producing sugar at less j. iva. co JSE
The Ckwfelon READ THE ADVrRTISEMEXTS Elements in Sun
cost than most of the off-shore areas j
ji Most of the elements found on the
----- an American i Counselor and Attji atLaw,
and at the same time paying earth, like iron, sodium and copper )
I ubhsbed every Friday ir Clewiston, scale of wages should be restricted j are also in the .san, scientists Hopkins 1'tl! ling .
J'lnrlda) by the CLEWISrON NEWS, I have determined. Wednestlajs and aturdays _
and prohibited from supply- L. B. Mer hon rl 0:80 to1:>>o

Inc. ing the American market with Amer-: iI I .. 0
ican products." I
Keathley Bowden, Editor Following the meeting in Gaines' New York: Life I d&rd ;; 1 .-a !.f..m L m trrI

-- ville and immensely interestedby. Insurance Company I IA I

Entered as second clas, mail mat Mr. Bitting's talk, Dr. Harry E. Bar- I I

ter February 1, 1927, "t the Post nard, Director of Research and Mr.' RCADIlIi'LOHIDA I AnnouncementWe I
Oliice In Clewiston Florida, under :
Swasser of the Engineering Depart- f
the Act of March 3, 1897. I
ment of the University came to Clew- NORGE REFRIGERATORS I

iston for an inspection of' the com- Furniture and Home Furnishings I II
Subscription rate $2.00 per year. pany properties. They were accomp- ."
Advertising rates on application. annied here by H. I. Mossbarger of I PHILCO RADIOS I have secured the services of

the Florida State,' Chamber of Com- Household, FurnishingsInc.
I merce. Both expressed themselves as
Devoted to the advancement and, pleasantly impressed with the effi- .

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry ciency of the field and sugar house i BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA, '. Mr. W. G. Kimbrel

County. operation. I ,

j who has charge of our repair shop. Mr.

Exclusive ,.J> ...,'., '''.r < ,=..
j Kimbrel is an expert mechanic on all
tl MARCH makes of cars, and especially trained on

Features S u it: a' -=E Fords.

EL ....,., .:.--..- )o. .JH.-: .::.;;;..::.::, ,....urr.GI
Sit-downers used to be called'loaf- CITYWIDEGALAFESTIVAL

ers. Now they're strikers. YJ.'f"lK4X'A".I.J1..[FA" afl /t'A. J//IB/I"/:*1iFJtQnWm
For body work, painting and general or

day to make your January social security repair work, see us.


Mark Wilcox comes out flat-footed
against the Supreme Court change PROVISIONS FOR HUNDREDS OF !
which makes us feel less like a traitor INDIAN BASEBALL GAME, ETC VISITORS AT SPECIAL RATES I

to our party and Presidemt. Hendry County Motors

The Kiwanians took a boat ride I
tii School and College Bands in ti
night but would n
last Wednesday Parades,Massed Concert of 1500, I Incorporated
doubt resent it, if someone said they including the I
were at sea on the same night in MIAMI ELISON BAND i

every week.Yesterday. I II I I Clewiston, Fla. ,

was the eighteenth an- !
nhersary of state gasolin taxes ando f L 0 R I D A t I

far we haven't heard ')f any parties -, I J}' m f :::11j m i
or celebrations in honor of the '
I -
( ccasion. ,

Could there be any co1 nection be-

i Vie u Jim Lee walking out of the ,
lH et n..cet."d: : the appearance

of tue Lame c ..). ""c'wnt-erd:: : one of y ti;
the best kncn n wlkers in history .
jgain on ther., l pages? I.- :
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Bitting Makes Talk- : } + s
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not heretofore grown in continental

United States and accordingly com- Deliveries of new Chevrolet' .

mercial plantings are no". being un
dertaken." are now being maclo ir

In speaking of future development ever-increasing numbers.
Mr. Bitting said that his corporation t i iV

vas: confident that the xsrvest sea-,i = Production in the grea' :

son could be extended t') seven out!I
,.fit" Chevrolet plants is increasing
of twelve months that ':J'iar yields I

could be made to excec. four toni
with each passing day.O .
per acre and that suffic'ent supple- 4 4 ,
w & lr
mental crops could be developed to ; t,
assure year: around employment at To more ,than 100,000 loyal
better than average wage> for a large >, A a buyers who have patiently awaits 1

number of laborers. He told of the x r delivery of new Chevrolets orders!

interest of the nearby farmers in jg ; weeks ago-and to scores of thcu-

growing cane under conn act and of sands of other people who are

how those who now hell such con- + placing their orders now-our

tracts were well pleased, but of how i I' -,, thanks and our assurance of quick
the restrictions which not only pre- a L x" $'-I' delivery!
vented a large portion of the coun- r
try's supply of ,sugar from being P rtyy r Chevrolet production is rcpidly

produced so restricted that not $ ;. increasing, and delivery of your
enough could be produced to sup- 1c 1 car will Be made soon, if you have

plv the needs of Florida. He said that placed your order in past nesks, or

when and if tl-ese restrictions were 'w "" y'S f, aS s.;Y.: irrr .?- if you place it today

removed that additional sugar houses -
fir' r f{a" Moreover we can assure you
would be built in the Evergladesand r
r'z willr
that you be amply repaid for
that all farmers who so desired
insisting on getting a new Chev
could share in the benefits of an as-
rolet, because it's the only complete
sured cash crop. 0 0 0 0
low. and because
car-priced so
"Last season", Mr. Bitting pointed
out. "operating under governmental I 4 < 4; -i l' 3, 4' 'Y"1 ; {5 s it will bring you more value than

restriction: producing. only 39,000 I a 'q, you can possibly get anywhereelse

tons of sugar, direct employment was P 3Sfesvsw =>2 T-V- WfStt'Ty&Z'i&Essi35iwi at such low prices.
given nearly 4,000 persons or about } +T4 7
:. Thank again for loyal
you your
one person for every ten tons.......... "
:.. wy friendship-and you will thank us
Land ideally adapted to the produc-
;;; ? when you take the wheel of these
tion of in the Everglades Is
sugar i
: r
= better more modern lowpricedcars
; ,
well In excess of 150,000 acres,
J'.. !ra ..', .a and trucks. For quick de
I which, at 4 tons of sugar per acre, :r : = ; : r
of livery place your order now!
means a production 600,000 tons iW

or sugar. This in turn means gainful -I I CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION .
employment in the United Statesat k
t.J e f General Kotort Sales Corporation
American an American -w i
wages on I
:.' ,i scale of living for upwards ofr 120- ? fsfesy y&&s8sss
000 persons/'

He told ,of how further expansion
;'", if the sugar industry would result ,1 '

I. in a far reaching expansion of direct I ...
? and indirect employment but through : ) T'

(; development of the mr uy possible: i .

:.. interesting and profitable by-pro-
.> ducts that can be developed, new industries -

'::I.' ployment can further be established Increased. and He told em-i THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR PR8ClED SO LOW

c[::;, of the protest made by his company .

I!: against the processing tLc on sugar
if, and also the benefit payments and I


:t only: one-qu rter of our own sugar NO DRAFT VENTILATION-SUPER-SAFE SHOCKPROOF: STEESING. sK.>ee-Actton and Shockproof SJaerlng on Master P. Lux madol.i: on!)'.
I'i t requirementswith the heavy tax'irdcn j
> now imposed an'; the crying _._.
ueeU 101' relieving unem -loyment. It

: seems strange indeed that a contin I

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.:..........................................................INNM. NIINN.. .. .. NMN 0.9 T'I, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. Roj; i j i. the couple left for a short wedding model of grey with blue accessories. son of Tifton, Georgia, the Rev. and ., ..'
.. ; ,
.1. Brooks, Mrs. Ralph Bolick, Mrs. Pau I trip, after which they will be at I The ushers P. "
1' were Sargent, W. H. Mrs. E. F. Norton of Vero Beach, Mr.
I ::: Personal l Mention : 3auerston and Mrs. Gerald Penny of home to their friends at the home of I. McBride and R. S. Carpenter, Jr., of and Mrs. B. W. Curry ::j
of Jackson
Miami of Mrs. Maxwell's R. O. Burton on Summitt street. kl
t were guests
) .I. ..*:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:...:-:..:. ,aujhter, Mrs. G. E. Etherton, here I The bride traveled in a becoming::: Cordele Richland, ,Georgia Mrs. Royal, Mrs.R.Fred Bedgood B. Wil of ville Barker, and of Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Richard." ..:.:

j; J. E< Beardsley was a business vis-j I Tuesday. /. I II I ,'.;
itor in West!:! Palm Beach Tuesday.
--- I Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring and

Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley spent//1r ss Grace. Ward spent the week-end
Sunday and Monday in Palm Beach J.ll, Fort Myers visiting Mrs. A. B.
"lunt and Mrs. J. D. Baigrie, mother

Geo. Hines was a business visitorin \nd grandmother of Mrs. Herring, SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS C'
who are wintering there.
Fort Myers Monday.

.. J i ,
Mr. and 11rs.Vlllard F. Simpson
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McGeachey
left Thursday morning for Atlanta,
spent the week-end in Tampa.
where they were called by the critical :Record of Dividends of I /
illness of Mr. Simpson's mother, who I ''
Hubert Land, of Okeechobee, Clewiston
I hIs Home Building
suffering from influenza and pro-| '
here with his family. "
spent ,
[ bable pneumonia at the Grady Hos!- .'r' .
"\ "
pital. I RATE ,
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith were visitors -: )::,< RATE
inVest Palm Beach Monday. j YEAR PERCENT YEAR
rll" : PERCENT
Mr. and .Mrs. Morgan Williams and j '

: hree: children of 'Boston, Massachusetts )1928
,,1 : 5.5))1933 6
Pafford J. E. Beardsley and
I. M. spent the week-end in Clewiston ,. r
R. T. Mitchell were business visitorsin visiting Dr. and Mrs D. J. Williams_ .: e ,; ::.. )1929 ,7 )1934 6 .
West Palm Beach Thursday. The visitors are on a six months' trip > '
} 4 )1935 6
which will include the Southern and I : : .
,.i: ::
a Miss. Jack Hendrick of Miami visited Western states. >. '< ''''''',+:...,," I { )1931) 4 )1936 6'", .
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson Mon- I ) ,I ',
I ::1 )1932 6 '

day. Martha Mrs. D.Nell G., left Alston Sunday and to daughter accomp-, ;;':>;['r't; : ':' : ,;,,,';,;, : :

Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, .Mrs. W. J. any Mrs. Alston's mother, Mrs. J. J.

Phillips and Miss Pansy Carter spent Albright, to her home in Columbus, '.

Q Tuesday in Miami. Ga., after a visit of, several weeks .' .\ CALL BY THE HOME

here. ; \,
Carl Johnson returned Sunday '
"I t'i Sarasota from a two and week's in Detroit vacation, Mich.visit in Mr. and Mrs. John Shevlin and Invest your savings for safety and a good ," THING TOMORROW AND

Mrs. K. Schmidtt, of Detroit, Mich., return. Home Building has \ '. '
I never paid '
who have been spending the past .TALK
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Ironmongerand : : OVER.
son, Clark, spent the weekendin month in Miami visiting relatives, dividends. of I less than, 4 percent per year. ': .I,, ", '.

Miami. spent the week-end here as the guests In these days of reduced interest on savings < 7. '
of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VonMach. .

Ted Cowart, of Jacksonville, arrived accounts and reduced returns on other .. ...: ,'',?. ,

the first of the week and is Mrs. Wilfred' Lockhart, Mrs. S. forms of inves.tmentl' Home Building offers : 'j( :. .
employed at the Semin'ole.Mrs. W. Houser, Mrs. I. M. Pafford ,and ;
the conservative thrifty investor the investment ,J. ..: '
daughter, Mary Kay, and Miss Dor- .
C. W;. McDonald and babyson othy Lockhart were visitors in West best suited to his needs. In- r '
of Belle Glade spent Monday Palm Beach Tuesday.
I with Mrs. H. R. Hall. vestigate Clewiston Home Building Association -

I Friends bf Claude E. Downs are whether intend
; you as
Keathley Bowden returned Wed- delighted to learn that he is doing CLEWISTONHOME
nesday from a business trip to San- nicely at the Arcadia General Hos- little as $5.00 per month or as much as

f >rd. pital 'where he went on Tuesday for $1,000.00) in a lump sum, you'll find a BUILDING
medical observation and treatment.Mrs. .
MJss Virginia Gallant, of Jacksonville Home ASSOCIATION
Building adapted
Downs accompanied him on the program to your
spent the week-end at her
trip and returned Wednesday. requirements. PHONES 103-103
home here. 1

Mrs. E. V. McClellan, of Sebring,
spent the w ek-end with her parents, I _
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Gallant.
+ i =
Clewiston friends of Miss Mae

Drew, of Richland, Georgia ,will be
Mrs. I. M. Pafford and .ij
Mr. and
I' Interested to learn of hermarriage
children with Mr. and
spent Sunday
on February 20th to Harry Austin
Mrs. Grover. Poole in Canal Point. Lee. The wedding' occurred in Crescent :

A City where the bride is an instructor t
('i Mr. Mrs. Gratton and Knit
and George
: in the city schools. Miss < till tlft/fllei 'ME' Si.L. -
Mrs. J.in L.West Scott Palm spent Beach.Monday evening Drew was a popular and efficient

teacher in the Clewiston school for

several terms before accepting the ftf/rthfllt' :
Mrs. T. B. Shelley returned Sun .t"
position in Crescent City. ,
day from a visit of several months :
The following account of. the nuptials TO THE
with her mother In Excelsior Springs, was published in the Jacksonville -.

Mo. ,' .
Times-Union: .,
Mrs. Frank Jarrett is returning The marriage of Miss Mae Drew to '
) ''I
today to her home in Pensacola after Hairy. Austin Lee was solemnized in r f '\ "

a delightful week spent with her he Church of the Holy Comforter / /" :IJ\nn\ -
sister, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. .. Saturday afternoon with the Rev. I ')!}!J t1
-- Frank P. Dearing officiating. \
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, drove to West Simplicity was the key note for r I'' ( 1

Palm Beach today to meet Mrs. the ceremony. The church a bower of ,rt
Frank Hoag who is coming for a loveliness with Cherokee roses, brid-
few days visit. al wreath and asparagus fern, was z

,--- 'ighted by tall cathedral candles up-
Miss Pansy Carter and Mrs. W. J. on the altar. Prior to the ceremony

Phillips of Richland, Ga., spent sev- :Visa: Alice Hutchinson of Palatka,
eral days here this week visiting Di. tt the organ played "Traumerei" and ,
and Mrs. J. W.: Ezelle. "Liebestraum" and Mrs. Burton
Doss sang "0 Promise Me". and "All!

Mrs. C. R. West, of Richland, Ga., Tor You". I
and Mrs. J. A. Rumbley, of Okee- Promptly at four o'clock to the :

chobee, visited Sunday with Dr. and trains of "The Bridal Chorus" from,,.
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. "Lohengrin" the bridal party enter "
-_-. ad the church. Mrs. Royal ''Richmon

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green, Mr. and Bedgood of Cordele, Ga., matron of I
Mrs Joe Greenberg, Ben Green andJ. honor and sister of the bride, enter; .
H. Giles, of Savannah, Ga., were ed first. She wore a sports model of I
visitors here Sunday and Monday a soft shade of blue with pink ac-

cessories and a corsage of sweetheart FLORIDA DAYS ARE FORD DJWS
Mr. and Mrs. C. .E. Farnum and roses and valley lillies. Next I
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Cantro and son, 'the bride entered gowned in a Worth:

Dewey, Jr., of ,i West Palm Beach, model of white crepe, with cape. Her '
60" 8 Like
The[ new Ford V- (illustrated) And it's a real performer! most /itV
.were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. small hat formed a halo about her "' ;
Mitchell on Thursday.Mrs. face. Her accessories were white and Is the thriftiest car in all Ford history! cars it bows a bit to the brilliant "8S3

--- she wore a corsage of bride's roses Drive it all day on a tankful of gas- Ford V-8 in pickup and top speed but, :[r
A. R. Broadfoot visited her and valley lillies.
mother, Mrs. M. C. Johnson in Fort I The bride was met at the chancel :owners report 22 to 27 miles per gal you will be amazed at what it will do!' :f .

Myers hospital Wednesday Mrs. steps by the bridegroom and the best Ion. And it's the lowest priced "82 just the same. The thrifty *',60"- Y-S !i
Johnson is recovering nicely from a man. A. IHu'tchinson.: .. There the
ever Bold in America! is a car you :will own with pride ana''rF
recent illness. double ring service was read and the
vows taken. During the ceremony drive with pleasure. A car that :will
;Yet the new thrifty "60" V-8. as big .
Judge and Mrs. A. "To ( '
H. Wild
Reid of a Rose" was softly played
save not just pennies but dollars I 17"
you ;
! Wausau, Wisconsin, who are spend- on the organ. and roomy, as well engineered as the
ing the winter at Fort Myers Beach The bride is the daughter of Mr. "85." You get the same all-steel body !A car that's built so fine and priced sowith \

were guests of Dr. and Mrs. D. J. I' and Mrs. John Robert Drew of Rich- low you will have to,drive it to believe l 1
.Williams on Saturday.Mr. land, Georgia. She is a graduate of safety glass throughout. The ..,

-- -- the Georgia State College for Wo- same new, quietness and beauty. The it exists. Your Florida Ford dealer in-
and Mrs. Gratton George, men In Milledgeville '.
accompanied and attendedthe votes you to drive this car yourself,
,same easy-acting quick-stopping new
by Mrs. Cecile Brooks of University of Florida and the
Moore Haven, drove to Ocala Tues University of Virginia. Prior to her Ford brakes. The same large luggage Call him today. r'1
day to take Mrs. J. L. Scott, sister of appointment here f(
as a teacher of the compartments.: VISIT FORD FLORIDA EXPOSITION AT MIAMI :
Mrs. George home after a visit o f first grade, she held a similar posi- :1
several, days here. tion in ; .. \
_. for four years.The -- ,.
bridegroom is the son of Mrs. : S T f
e Foster Meredith, accompanied by Gertrude S. Lee and the late Gen. \ t"3: a moulh tftr r r+ k rus

his daughter, Miss Eunice and son, Joseph Lee, U. S. A. Before joiningthe tai down pay-
Zerney G., incat: buy nyiceael A II>'
Thursday for Jack W. H. McBride organization, last .
1937 Ford ,3 n : 1.
sonville for the bedside of Mrs. Fos- S 4 " :year, Mr. Lee was for several year V-3 car ibroogn lie i '
ter Meredith who was reported in a engineer with: the B. F. Goodrich r :t 1 Authorized Ford x t ,1 I
critical condition in a hospital. At I Rubber Company and five years with t ri Finance Flans of -, k I
the last available message before going -, the Travelers Insurance Company as Universal Credit Co. i iL
I to press little hope for her recovery assistant to the chief auditor.
was given. I Immediately after the
,. ceremony
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Salesman Got Shock
Classifying Borrowers

; Despite Lack of Current BY

CHARLES. LAMB, tired of .
): The vacuum cleaner Salesmanwas MARY SCHUMANN lending his books, threat-
waxing eloquent about the ened to chain Wordsworth'spoems

, merits of his particular machine, to his shelves, adding:
;;, but the housewifewasn't impressed. "For of those who borrow,

The salesman, not to be beaten, some read slow; some mean to

! decided .that a practical demon- 5 T A It read, but don't read; and some

:" stration would convince her. Hei' neither read nor mean to read,
Copyright by Macro Smith Co.
fitted up the cleaner, and thrust- WNU Service but borrow, to leave you an

ing his hand up the chimney, opinion of their sagacity. I

",. brought down a handful of soot, I must do my moneyborrowingfriends

: which he spread all over the room. the justice to say that

"Now. madam," he said brightly CHAPTER VIIContinued16 looked carefree, florid and anticipa- "Just the same-what?" Dorrie there is nothing of this capriceor

," "I'll show you what this cleaner tory. He smiled as he entered the insisted tautly. wantonness of alienation in

can" do. Er wherc's the The afternoon-over-, she was dizzy door. "Not here?" "You've got us into a sweet them. When they borrow my

switch? with remorse and told herself "No, no one is." mess when it wasn't necessary.I'm money they never fail to make

'Switch!" murmured the sur- she was a weak, voluptuous woman He flung his hat on the hall seat awfully fond of Joan, as I've use of it"IF
prised woman. "We have no elec- -like her mother. She wouldn'tsee and with his arm around her drew often told you; I've outgrown her-

tricity!" him again. her into the livingroom.She kid marriage. But there are-com

", But she did. It became imperative faced him determinedly."Cun plications. Alimony you know

;'." "House of Silence" for her to see him. Fright- Hugh knows. He saw us Joan hasn't a cent. And I'm not
ened, she sent for him to exact his last night." making a princely salary."
r Germany has devised a "house promise to be discreet. It was "The deuce he did!" 'I "Perhaps she won't ask any,"

" of silence" for persons who want very easy to allow Cun to take her "He was packing his bags whenI said Dorrie hopefully. I COLD

;. -' relief from noise. Floors are in his arms while he vowed his i got home. I got' him to stay "Can't count on that."
.: : made of rubber doors are un- '
Dorrie looked about her. "I'm
discretion I the night, but he was gone beforeI
slammable, 'locks and switches I Sometimes she had moods of awakened this morning." I awfully fond of m, home. He let

cannot click and no radios are : self-loathing when she met some Cun whistled. me get just what I wanted. Hecouldn't 'sin

allowed. The building was com- new evidence of Hugh's affection, "Did he take his things?" take it, could he- ?" Her

;; pletely rented even before the or of his mother's confidence in "No, they're still here." voice quavered.

} : foundations were laid. her. Finally these ceased altogether. He relaxed from his tense atti- "Afraid he could. Although I

There were no more strugglesto tude, shrugged his shoulders. "I imagine Hugh would be awfully de-
.' Dr.'Pierce's Pleasant Pellets made of attain the shore; she was swept suppose he was furious, looking in cent." YOUR

May Apple are effective in removing along by a deep and dangerous cur- on our little party! But he doesn't She buried her head on his shoul-

accumulated body waste.-Adv. rent. The stolen love stimulatedher really know anything You can der. "I don't care about anything

whole being, and life was onlya handle him all right. But it means -only you," she whispered. "1
Belittling: Is Useless frantic waiting until the next I we'll have to be more careful in want to be with you."
The foolishest thing is to belittle meeting could be arranged with the future." His arm tightened about her. HEAD

genius. Genius IS.Constipated. some degree of safety. Dorrie felt' a nervous doubt of Then she felt an unease in his

Her feeling for Hugh progressed Cun assail her. "But he does know.I muscles. "This is darn dangerous
: ; through several phases, apologyand told him." -my being here," he whisperedas

pity at first, then resentmentthat He ,stared at her unbelieving."My he kissed her and released her. do this now
.., he should her "But you're a dangerous woman.' .
possess person- raooavr
God Dorrie told him?
r,. 30 Veaf'S ality, and finally hatred, where she you "Going?" she ,faltered. "But we
She answered a little sullenly, "I haven't settled anything. You the famous "
"For thirty years f had stubborn magnified trifles, seized on Try 2'drop
constipation. Sometimes I did not go variance of opinion and attitude to haven't. told me what to do." treatment" of Penetro Nose

for gas four bloating or five, headaches days. I also and had pains awful In bolster up her own position. She He paused on his way to the Drops. Just 2 drops in each

the back. Adlerlka helped right away. had come to the point where she rll :f door. "I'll have to think about it. nostril and feel relief.

thing Now I I eat want sausage and ,never bananas felt, pie better., any-I felt it would be a kind of pleasureto IJ' It And by the way, better not call the you that
Quickly, ephedrine
sleep soundly all night and enjoy life." have Hugh know. She had often me at the office again. I'll find a

: -Mrs.you Mabel are suffering Schott.If .from constipation, wanted to tell him-watch his smug iltW/fI'!!/ way to call you." 'He picked up Penetro Nose Drops contain,

' sleeplessness, sour stomach, and gas assurance that he could fill her his hat. together with other perfectly
bloating, there is quick relief for you She felt she could not let him balanced medication spreads
In Adierika. Many report action in life, fall away! f go. ,
. thirty minutes after taking Just one The Sunday morning after her 14 1 C She, who was so chary' of caresses, throughout the nasal passagesto
dose. Adlerika complete action,
; felt irresistible longing to have
cleaning your bowel tract where ordi- declaration to him, she awoke late. ) i'r soothe the inflamed area
nary laxatives do not even reach.Dr. The chromium-framed little clock 'Ii his arms about her. Her lips trembled .
and to reduce the redness and
II. L. Shoub, New York, reporttt
t.. "In addition I" Irteitlnal cleansing, Adierika pointed to ten. She looked over with appeal. "You won't let swelling of the
mucous mem
cheek tho growth of intestinal bacteria and sleepily. The bed beside her had d me down, Cun? I've grownto
branes. Use Penetro for
; : colon bacilli Drops
Give your bowels a real cleansing not been occupied. Then she remembered love you so terribly. I thought
with Adlerika and see how good you and sat abruptly. you'd be glad we were free of all both children and grown-ups.
feel. Just one spoonful relieves GAS this hiding. You've said 'so often Ask druggist for Penetro
'J 4 and stubborn constipation. At'all Last night? your
,r., Leading Druggists. Joan and Hugh had been in the you'd give" anything if I could be Nose Drops, 2c, SOc and

kitchen. It hadn't seemed long at your wife. $1 bottles. Try a bottle today.
He answered with vehement
t ar-
Ourselves the time, but perhaps it was a half
;> Trusting .
I'd down life
dor "Darling lay
\" Most of us can fool ourselves hour. She and Cun sittingon 'the product of Plough Inc, makers .
:' without half trying. love[ seat at the far end of the dim- for you! of Penetro and St. Joseph Aspirin.
; She of relief. She
gave a gasp
ly lighted room, drugged by caresses -
t- whispering, had been, rather = loved every motion of his quick
Poorly Nourished Women- oblivious. They were confident fr'r agile body, loved his gaiety, his

-:: They Just Can't Hold Up that at the sound of returning carelessness, his ,fire that kindledin Steps in Life

t: Are you getting proper nourIsh- voices or footsteps they could rise her an ungovernable passion. ; Think well over your important
She would her home her in life and madeup
: give up steps ; having
from food and restful and book
ment your casually survey a a pic-
matching and draperies her mind look behind.
sleep? A poorly nourished body ture. Then Hugh's car had start- 4 rugs your never
r Duncan Phyfe furniture, her silver -Thomas Hughes.DHSCOVE'iED.
just can't hold up. And as for that ed and he had driven past the I -everything-if only she could

;; run-down feeling, that nervous fa- windows on ,the drive.
have him. "When shall we see
I,,' tigue-don't neglect it! Cun got up and went out to the "
' iA "' each other again?
Cardui for lack of appetite, poor kitchen. He came back with his '
He twirled] his hat. "Dorrie,
;:.: digestion and nervous fatigue, has forehead 'knitted. "Hugh was sick,
"You .Won't Let Me, Down, must be a good girl-be sane and Way' to Relieve CoughsQUCLY
f, been recommended by mothers to Joan says. He must have gone Cun?" sensible."

t daughters-women to women-for home Funny, wasn't it? I "Yes-yes?"

over fifty years. wonder ." lost head. I I '
my suppose was "Now you've been rash about
Try it! Thousands of women testify "What?" IT'S BY relieving both t irritated tissues of the
Cardui helped them. Of course, If it does tired of all this pretending. Hugh. My advice is to fix it up. throat and bronchial Ittbes. One set of ingredients
not benefit YOU, consult a physician. "Could he have looked in the "What was the need of it? Thisis He'll overlook it. He's crazy about in.FOLEY'S HONEY &.TAR quickly
:. ; window? No the blinds are relieves tickling;, hacking, coughing ; ; coats
, awkward. Do, you realize what you." He stopped at the expres- and soothes irritated throat linings to keep you
down. the be? sion her face. "Love from coughing. Another set actually enters the
consequences may you, pre
r When It Goes blood, reaches the affected bronchial tubes
"Where is Joan?
- Hugh's not a bad fellow i might cious? Good Lord, yes. ButI loosens phlegm, helps break up cough and
That which comes with sin, goes "Out there, sitting in a chair." like him if he weren't married to can't move hand or foot now! speeds recovery. Check a cough due to a coM
t. with sorrow. before it gets worse before others catch it.
"Do think-
you ? She felt you! And there's Joan-and toe We'll not see each other fora Check it with FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR.
guilty and uncomfortable.Then town and my company." He while. Perhaps ''things will blow It gives quick relief and speeded-up Tecestry.

: rA FOR curs Joan had, come in. Hugh seemed positively edgy and there over."

t had suddenly complained of feel- was a queer, critical curve to his He was shedding thing: with Can'tIgnore WorldIf

't vd@R@tB[ E. ing sick, had gone out the back lip.She his easy optimism, escaping her a man has any spirit he caa't
door. Cun could drive Dorrie over turned "You don't' She watched him with hurt
SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY away. go P sit idly "watching the world go
r- if she felt she must go. love me!" curve on herr d lips, and a stony by" without expressing an opin-

On the way home, Cun, who had He ,drew her back to him, his feeling in her chest. ion.

fALSE TEETH recovered his spirits, reassuredher. eyes still troubled. "I'm out of Her thoughs flew here and there

t.- Hugh was too stupid to sus- my head about you, you know it, like frantic caged birds. Hugh-

Repaired or Reproduced. pect anything. Honestly, it made you dear golden-haired Circe! But there was only Hugh.TO r _,
GUARANTEED One-Day Service.WORE. 5 0,.. him laugh the way she led that fellow just the same-" I ( BE CONTINUED) Miss 1

Many Repaired for around! And probably he
MAIL BROKEN PLATES hadn't gone home-just to a drug REE LEEF
We return same day c.O.D. store for some medicine. Why wor- : No Poison 'in So-Called "Bad Air," Says

False Teeth Repair Co., Atlanta, Ga. ry? Nothing to worry about. At British Hygiene E x:pert; Theory Not Good says:
the worst, she could fix up a story,
make him swallow it. He had been -
SORES BOILSATHLETE'S with Joan a half a dozen- times Sir Leonard Hill, head of the As- reduced the ..velocity and cooling "tCAPUDINErelieves
for of the air and that lack of
sociation Hygiene Inspectors power
FOOT,BURNS, when she had been uneasy, ques-
British buildings, whose cooling was the cause of the
,CUTS.PITCHING SKIN tioned him. A smart girl, Joan- public power
works on ventilation are used as discomfort."In .
but gullible.
f \ ,' 0IPOSt1AID ..wM.1 pfc texts in University college, London, the case of the house of com- HEADACHE
He'd call her
on Monday at the
,IACRSONVIIIE\ovsa+ taa.acAl. .I'IODUCiS. i10110A co. tame time. Hugh there-or other has received thousands of com- mons, warm air is impelled through quicker because
plaints about the alleged "bad air" slits in the floor of the chamber and,
"wrong nuu.ber"and
company-say he'd try later. in Buckingham palace, the law drawn out through holes in the ceil- it's liquid...

courts 'and the house of commons.He .
She rose and putting on slippersand ing."The
WNU-7 8-37 told the public, health congress temperature is thus kept at
negligee ascertained that he
a that, as he could not reply to them 63 degrees, but the incoming draftof
was not in the house. His car was
a. from the individually, he would reply to them air tends to produce cool feet and
-one garage.
collectively in the opportunity the hot heads. Readings taken showed
Her fingers trembled she
as had offered him reports a that the cooling at foot level
To Get Rid of Acid dialed Cun's number. She hoped congress power
and Poisonous Waste Joan would not answer. In a few writer in the New York Times. was 50 to 100 per cent greater 'thanat akdytliuolved"e

Your kidneys help to keep you-well! seconds she heard Cun's cheerful "All the statements made in pop- head level."Members .
by constantly filtering waste matter of the house in
ular books of hygiene about poisonous vary
from the blood. If your kidneys get voice, "Hello.
functionally disordered and fail to emanations given off by human their opinions of the ventilation and
I must
"Cun, see you at once.
remove excess impurities, there may be
poisoning of the whole system and He hesitated, then said, "I don't beings in crowded rooms are un- heating system. Some say they nev-
body-wide distress. well." true," he said. er feel well when exposed to it, I
hear you very
Burning scanty or too frequent urination ,
may be a warning of some kidneyor "Come over. I must see you." "The stuffiness produced by filter- while others make no complaint."So .

You bladder may disturbance.suffer nagging backache, He hesitated again before he replied ing London air through layers of too, some people are uncom-
persistent headache,attacks of dizziness, "I'm not in the marke' for cotton wool complained of by King fortable in shut-up rooms and rail-
getting up nights: gwellmc. puffiness of the pic- way carriages, cannot bear stoves,
under the eyes-feel weak, nervous;all a bargain in a cat I expect to Edward VII, in respect
played out. run my bus until next spring at ture gallery at Buckingham palace hot water pipes and other sources of ;. AFTER YOU EAT?

medicine In such that cases has it Is belter won country-wide to rely on a least I might drop around 'was attributed by engineers of the dark heat, and like open windows After you finish a meal can you be sure

acclaim known.than on something less favorably and look it over, however This office of works to deionization of and open fires; while others, indifferent of regular, successful elimination' Get
Doan't PiUt. A multi.tude
el grateful people recommend- year's model and only gone two the air."The. to all these things, call the rid of waste material that causes gas,

Doan Ask your neighbor thousand miles? .. I'll see you question was investigatedby other set of people open-air fiends. acidity,headaches.Take Milnesia Wafers

a little 'later." me at the royal courts of justice.' "No one has yet explained why for quick, pleasant elimination. Each

O a He came in less than half an I was able to show that the interposition there should be this striking difference wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls of milk of
magnesia. 20c, 35c & 60c at drug stores.
I hour. He was freshly shaved, of a wool filter enormously, between people

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. Q' OUR COMIC SECTION Malade imaginaire. (F.) One By

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Malgre soi. (F.) In spite of one-

dies sine linea. (L.) No Cheese Toast

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Partie carree. (F.) A party of least ten minutes. Pour over this
four, consisting of two men and cheese sauce and serve very hot.
two women. Make the cheese sauce by put-
J.l Qu'importe? (F.) What does it ting 1 tablespoonful of butter in a

il..4jJ..F.J14fl matter? pan; add 1 tablespoonful of flour,

T Souvent ,femme varie, bien fol then 1 cupful of milk, pepper and
est qui s'y fie. (F.) Woman often
salt. Beat well and add 1 cupful
changes, and very foolish is he
grated American cheese.
who trusts her.
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some scarf could be made. In
% pattern 5740 you will find a trans-
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16 inches, and two smaller ones
4% by 6 inches; material require-
o ments; color chart and key; illus-
N bv trations of all stitches used.
To obtain this pattern, send 15
cents in stamps or coins (coins
1 r 1 preferred) to The Sewing Circle
Household Arts Dept., 259 W.
.. n lv a .i Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y.
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45: Even amateurs will have no difficulty The Soviet Union is second, with
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I looking< chair or buffet setwiththis :: Canada is fourth, with 41,409, and
E easy-to-do pattern. And what France is fifth, with 39,467. .

I compliments they'll get on this
cross-stitched peacock done in all

__ __cnprrlchr__, w _N. V.) the glory of its, natural coloringor
in two shades of a color fora
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THE 4. Who was father of Queen Hospitals use carmin
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7. How "Fates"
many were
give quick relief from cramps and gn
0R there in classical mythology? pains due to unwise eating. Its carminative -
,or warming,effect expels the gas by
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6. It is mark of ''tir .
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I Millions have found in Calotabs a toxines. Second, Calotabs are diuretic -
i H most valuable aid in the treatmentof to the kidneys, promoting the
colds. They take one or two tab- elimination of cold poisons from
I lets the first night and repeat the the 'blood. Thus Calotabs serve
E third or fourth night if needed. the double purpose of a purgativeand
How do Calotabs help Nature diuretic, both of which are
throw off a cold? First, Calotabsare needed in the treatment of colds.
it one of the most thorough and Calotabs are quite economical;
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"session at the, home of Mrs. F. M.I I four consecutive weeks in the Clew-I ifton News, 'newspaper of general .. ........................."..................... ."'....,:.....................-..r_-.......
Postmaster: Exa-.ifs: : Wright Thursday.Mrs. iston News a Newspaper of General:I circulation. in Hendry County Flor-
Circulation in Hendry County, Flor= ida. lit
Robbins and Volney's,' grandmother \
--- ida. I I Done and ordered at LaBelle,
thing the ratios: to be :ssigned to Mrs. J. H. Robbins sr., directed Done and order this 22nd day of..Florida this 19th day of January A. Good Farmfor :
th* applicants.The 1 several ,games and served the February A. D. 1937.WILLIAM I D. 1937. III .
commission states t:lat Presidential -( children with a delicious birthday T. HULL, (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL.
'postmasters are : 't in the i cake. cookies and ice ci'eam. Balloons Clerk Circuit Court. I Clerk Circuit Court. Laud
classified civil service and that it! I and whistles ,were given as favors. (SEAL) LOUIS O. GRAVELY, Ii
duties in connection with appoint-i! Attending were Bobbie Derner.i LOUIS O. GRAVELY Solicitor for Complainant.Jan. .
ments to such positions ire to hold i Kay; Bowden Clark Ironmonger,j Solicitor for Complainant.Feb. 22-29, Feb. 5-12-19. 1937. II III
examinations and to cei'lfy' the results -Jean;i i Yenawine, Shirley Owen, Bobby 24, March C-12-1D-26; 1937 RentTrespassers- !
to the Postmaster C neral. The Smith, Anne Elizabeth Prewitt Patricia I ( I
in the Ann Linksrwller, Charles Miner I
commission is not interested i NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
political, religious, or fraternal af- LANDOWNERS OF SUGARLAND
receipt of applications
Notice is hereby given that pur-
close on March 12, 1937 and the date suant to call of the Board of Super-
for the examinations and the place Corinne VonMach celebrated her 'H. C. DICKERSON, visors of Sugarland Drainage Dis- I
in which they will be held will be sixth birthday with a party at the VSEFFIE Complainant trict, the annual meeting of the.land
stated on admission cards which will home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs owners of Sugarland Drainage Dis-
be mailed applicants after the date M. E. VonMach! Monday afternoon. Defendant trict for the year 1937 will be heldat Will Be
for closing the receipt of applicationsand Favors were given each little guest the office of said District in the .
DIVORCEIt Prosecuted
City Hall Building at Clewiston ,
about fifteen days after and refreshments of birthday cake
will be cream served. Games appearing by affidavits appended Hendry County, Florida, on Monday,
and ice were
that date. to the sworn Bill of Complaint in March 8, 1937 at ten o'clock A. M.. I
The examinations for the Clewis- were played by the little folks duringthe the above entitled..cause". that. the. defendant Eastern Standard Time for the pur- I I I
ton area are usually held in West afternoon._0 __uO .utne smith-:: -Dickerson Is anon I pose of: I > !
Palm Beach. According to the an-, Those attending were: Solon Mills resident of the State of Florida 1.-Electing one supervisor for a I
nouncement the office her pays $2-' Skippy, Cothern Kim Kolstad Vol- that' her residence Post Office address term of three years.2.Receiving .
200 per year and is the only vacancy ney Robbins, Charles Miner Rachel and place of abode is unknownand annual report and
in Florida at this time. Miner, Richard and James Knight it further appearing that thereis taking such action with respect Clewiston ,
I Billy Arnette, Grace Ward Jeani no person within the State of thereto as the landowners may determine -
Yenawine, Edward Bourne and Anne Florida service of summons on ; and3.Transacting 'I
P.TA.. HOLDS FOUNDERS DAY whom would bind the said defend- such other busi- Realty And
PROGRAM AT FRIDAY MEETING:i Prewitt. ant.It ness as may come )before the meet- I
is thereupon ordered and ad- ing.
Founders Day and the 40th An- COMMUNITY: CHURCH judged ''that the defendant be and BOARD OF SUPERVISORSOF DevelopmentCorporation _
niversary of the National Parent- appear to said Bill of Complaint, on SUGARLAND DRAIN-
Teacher organization were celebrated Dr. D. Jenkins Williams, Pastor or before Monday, :March '1st A. D. AGE DISTRICTBy
1937.It .
at the regular bi-monthly meeting February 28. :
Is further ordered that this no- F. D. Duff.-President.
the school Sermon: 7:30 m. Text: "For-
of P.-T. A. held at : p.
tice be published once a week for Dated: February 3, 1937. I
auditorium Friday afternoon with saken?" Another in a series of ser- I "W . .. ... .... . ... .,,-
four consecutive weeks in the Clew- Pub. Feb. 19-26,1937. I N.".j.NN.' NIM.N.1.N .N.N. .N/N 11.NIN IIy,
Mrs. R. T. Mitchell, president in the mons based on the seven words from )[ r
chair. the Cross.
Attending were all past presidents Men's Quartet: "In His Holy Temple" .
.... .i lt
--- {
the local group who assisted in .
"J-rr the candles of the birthday:I Special Anthem D
:o'lowtng the business session I Trio bass solo and quartet. from

cake WES auctioned, the proceeds i "Crucifixion."
'o' ng into the local treasury. II Sunday School: 9:45 a. m., Dr. x Visit Our Store
"he!! P.-T. A. voted to finance the J. W. Ezelle, Supt.
istruction ol another ping pong I I Dr. Williams will teach the newly

a He, for the school grounds.The i I organized co-ed class while J. E. O
annual election of officers: Beardsley will teach the class formerly ,'
i'I During
ii i taught by Mrs. M. R. Lawler. g8IJHAY'8

MRS. R. N. SMITH WINS HIGH I I Junior Church at. 10:30 a. m.


Mrs. H. R. Hall eiitert lined members -.,I IN' CIRCUIT COURT, HENDRY :
of the Wednesday ridge: Club COUNTY, FLORIDA, ,

and several extra guests t her home THELMA WARREN, .:
on Wednesday afteinoou High score t VS
prize a server, was awarded to Mrs. PETE WARREN.It .

R. N. Smith and second high, a, appearing by affidavit appended -
bridge table set to :Mrs. G. B. Thomas. to the sworn Bill of Complaintin
Mrs. I. M. Paffoid made; the lucky the above entitled cause that the
cut and received an attractive vase as I defendant Pete Warren is a residentof r
cut prize, while Mrs. W. F. Simpsonwas Metter in the State of Georgia and i
'consoled that there is no person within the j
with a set of salt and
I State of Florida service of Summonsin
pepper shakers for holding low score.
Chancery on whom would bind the
Mrs. W. J. Phillips and Hiss Pansy said defendant.It .
Carter two out of town g:jests were I "1 E
C' is thereupon considered ordered '
with dkerchiere.1 \
presented lovely bar and adjudged that the defendantPete
Delightful refreshment., of cherry I
Warren be and, appear to the "
pie and coffee were served to Mrs.!$ said Bill of Complaint on or before .
A. A. Munroe, Mrs. Dave .. vlston Mrs.1"Monday the 5th day of April A. D. j s ( Y1 ''
W. W. Perry, Mrs. T. B. J.helley, Mrs. 1937 ,otherwise the same will pro- *
W. J. Phillips Mrs. W. *. Simpson, ceed ex-parte.
Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. C. W. Mc- It is further ordered that this or-
Donald, Mrs. G. E. Thomas Mrs. Leslie der be published once a week for ,

. Miller; Mrr J. W. Ezelle and
:Miss Pansy Carter. I

I Today Through Next ,


;, Members of the Clewirton Garden I Ir Saturday

Club entertained a group of Garden I

t Club members from Canal Point, Pa- IQ! [i]
" hokee and Mayacca with a delightful -

.' tour out-door at the home luncheon of Mrs.and Leah garden Spicer "W Ii1Qil k I 0A One of the biggest bargain Sales Clews: ton

. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig Thursday. The Ii

:c affair was one of the most delightful 11liJ has experienced in years Every article in ')ur
,. of the year's meetings. A .,

';"' cookies Sandwiches were served salad at the coffee out-door and (b1QjJ store has been reduced to meet everyone's purseDon't -

fireplace shortly after noon. The
t' guests were then taken on a tour of
the extensive gardens of Mrs. Spicer. f*'
Other gardens visited included Mrs. e

f ;'" F. Deane Duff's, Mrs. Elbert Stew- Everything Must Go '
F:; art's, Mrs. W. C. Owen's and Mrs.
;it,. G. B. Rackstraw's.

given' -:

t, tween members of the two clubs. .
t. Visitors included' Mrs H. A. Ros- Slop at th'Jiotelpotdcia. overlook this opportunity of making sub-

r enberg Mrs. Carl Kolstad, Mrs. E. G.
Kilpatrick, jr., Mrs. R. T. Gibbens
f: Mrs. J. M. Elliott Mrs. H. L. Lapp, stantial savings in wearing apparel, piece goods

r;; Mrs. D. C. Thompson Mrs. Wade
,,:!, Ammons, Mrs. A. R. Chastain: Mrs. 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll and other items.
r:,' J. S. Chastain, Mrs. Thomas Deck-

., man, Mrs. G. L. Sims Mrs. Grover I Outside Rooms With
Poole Mrs. George Kingsley and Private' Bath At the prices made the merchandise will
Mrs. W. P. Journigan.

Those from Clewiston attendingwere COOL, CLEAN, QUIET I
be sold COME EARLY!
Mrs. J. B. Dotterer, Mrs. D, J. quickly .
."Hams. Mrs. I. D. Leydig Mrs. J.I I Overlooking Biscayne Bay
'i '>1K Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs.
Two blocks to Shops Theatre and
> I. Hill, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw
1,: R. H. ICn'ght, Mrs. K. Bowden, Business Section.

Mr:,. E. L. Stewart Mrs. J. V. Four-
p-.. i'iey, Mrs. F. M. Wright Mrs. W. C. RATES '
'. Owen Mrs. Leah Spicer and Miss \ Clewiston Dry Goods Co

Jayne, Harrington. $1.50 Single .
II I $2.50 Double.
VOLXEY ROIilJINS CELEBRATES i ""'hcl'o Quality Meets Ecollom)""
: Special Family, Weekly &
i Monthly Rates Clewiston Florida
,: Volney Robbins, son of Mr. and .
%; Mrs. E. C. Robbins, ccl'brated: his S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor ]
fifth birthday by eutertal 't 1g with &t ..
;; party foltofflnj? the ?l'.... ... ,
fcindergartcJ It !. \ ._ :;.. 0 __ :" =",
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