The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
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Kiwanis MeetingJim From Local Faculty


Bcardsley returned home Miss Dorothy Lockhart, English

WITHOUT PENALTY from Kiwanis meeting Wednesday CELEBRATION HERE instructor in the Clewiston school, INDUSTRIAL CANAL {'.

evening with a nice hefty fryer to was forced because of ill health to "

add to his flock, the fryer being a resign her position as doctors ad- '

According ,to news release from prize in a "Professor Quiz" contest Congressman J. Hardin Peterson vised strongly against her attempting Construction was begun Tuesday I

the office of J. Edwin Larson, collector conducted by Art Lawrence, chair- this week extended to President Roosevelt to complete her year's teaching. morning on ,the highway bridge spanning ,

,ti, of revenues for Florida, employers man of the program committee. an invitation to attend the Miss Lockhart, who left the school Industrial canal at the eastern '.

may file the Federal Social Dr. J. W. Ezelle had donated the waterway celebration on March 22nd room last week, entered the Good entrance to Clewiston on the Palm :, :;,

Security tax returns and pay the prize. when the Federal Okeechobee-Caloo-I Samaritan hospital in West Palm Beach-Fort :Myers highway.'I A state :,ij

taxes for January during March The questions tested the general sahatchee project will formally opento Beach Sunday and underwent a ma- road department crew of nine men '

without penalty. The returns on form knowledge of the members and rang- navigation a waterway from Stu- is supervised by M. I. Schoenborn, ,

SS-1 for January ,were due Febru ed from "Who are the present city art to Fort Myers, 'via Lake Okee- jor operation there on Monday. Re- engineer, in charge and work is being '.:,:j

commissioners of Clewiston"? to "Of ports from her mother, Mrs. Wilfred
ary 28th: chobee. ,directed by M. B. McKay, bridge 1

Employers, are reminded by the what wood are baseball bats made"? The president replied that he was Lockhart, who remained with her, foreman. ;,,

Commissioner of Internal Revenue I' Beardsley's total score was 65 on eagerly looking forward toga visit to are that she is making splendid pro- The new bridge will be of standard -1

that Federal Social Security tax returns the group of ten questions.An the Florida West Coast, a section he gress since the operation and will timber construction except for the ...-

interesting out-of-town speaker has not visited, but doubted that. he ,:,
on Form SS-1 for January'were steel beams 'on the lift span. The
be able .
to return to Clewiston.Mrs.
had been invited for the meetingby
due February 28. Employers may file would be able to make it for the op- twenty-foot width provides ample ,
Mr. Lawrence but was unable to ening of the waterway.The W. C. Fuller, who has actedas
these returns and pay the taxes during room for two cars to pass ,and the :
''0 March without penalty. accept ,due to press of business. The invitation to attend the celebration substitute teacher for the school i twenty-two foot lift span will be suf- :'

Form SS-1 is the monthly ,return Quiz proved an interesting substi- was pressed upon the presi- this term, is conducting the English ficient for boats and barges wishing ..j
tute for a more worth-while pro-i dent during a call at the White ,
covering taxes on employees and em- i classes. to reach the A. C. L. dock at the
gram. House by Congressman Peterson as.
ployer under the Federal Old-Age freight depot a short distance south ;
a member of a committee of five in I
of the .
Benefits provisions of the Social Se- I bridge.Construction
charge of the administration's CCC ::
curity Act which became effective will require about six
PATHOLOGISTS program. Mr. Roosevelt has had the GILLIS PREDICTS
January 1, 1937, under Title VIII. VISITU. weeks and the force will be increased -
cross-state waterway trip, under con-
Copies of the form may be obtained to twelve: men after the pile driv-
sideration since it was first set. for
from any office of, Deputy Collector TAX INCREASE ing is completed. Traffic will not be
S. SUGAR HOUSE Feb. 22 but told Congressman Pet- '
of Internal Revenue. interrupted nor will a detour be required -
erson that the press of 'official busi-
the work since the
Employers are advised to keep in ---- ness ,made the outlook unfavorablefor during
Jacksonville, March 4 (FNS) .- present bridge, located on one side
mind the following: A group of plant pathologists and accepting the March 22 date.
"I am afraid the governor will not of the highway, will continue to be '
I 1. Comply carefully with instructions experiment station, research workers
be able to effect as much saving as used.
on form. from all over the state visited the INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICES
he ,hopes," predicted D. Stuart Gillis, .of'the
2. Make checks and money orders Clewiston sugar house Tuesday and EXTEND HOURS UNTIL :MARCH: Construction bridge was
nominee for presidency of the 1937 planned by the state road department -
payable to the Collector of Internal in company with '''Dr. B. A. Bourneof
The internal office at West senate, in expressing the opinion this fall but
Revenue. the U. S. Sugar Corporation's Lab- revenue for last was necessarily -
Palm Beach and all other of- week that no measure of economycan The 'will
such delayed. new bridge pro-
3. Do not send returns or remit- oratory'viewed several of the experimental -
fices in the state, will remain openon prevent an increase in taxes this Tide a straight highway at a point
tances' to Washington, D. C., or to plots.
March 8th, 9th and 10th until year. where it is badly needed, since the
the Social Board.
Security Among those in the party were
4. Send retuius office of Collec- *> p. m., on the 11th, 12th, and'13th, The Senator's statement was ,madeas present jog at each approach to the
Dr. W. B. Tisdale Dr. G. F. Webr -
tor of Internal Revenue .ntil 7 p. m. and on the 15th until he stopped here on a weekendtour bridge has been a menace since traf-
J. P. Camp of Gainesville; Dr. W. '
:xiidnight. of the state to confer with his tic became heavier.
5. Separate returns -SS-1- must be
B. Shippy and J. K. Loucks (Lees-
These additional hours are kept In fellow legislators. The burden of old- built in
made for'each month. burg, Dr. A. N., Brooks of, Lakeland; The present bridge was
rrder that all taxpayers may be given age pension obligations and the like- with the Clew-
6. All employers are required to Dr. A. H. Eddins of Hastings, Dr. 1928 by the county
every opportunity to file their ly repeal of slot machine and gross and the Atlantic
keep permanent payroll records, as Arthur S. Rhoads of Cocoa, Dr. R. feton Company
returns before the time_ limit expireson tax revenues will compel the April parti-
required by Article 412, Regulations R. Kincaid of Quincy, W. A. Kuntz of Coast Line railway company

91., Forms SS-2 and SS-2A will be Lake Alfred and Dr. G. R. Townsend the 15th.Taxpayers. session of the legislature to find oth- cipating in paying for the lift span.

furnished by' Collector's office on of the eBlle Glade Experiment are urged by J. Edwin er sources of state income, he says. At this time it was believed that the

which employer ,will submit this information Station. Larson, collector for the state of While he refused to make any direct road department would build a per-

for the period January 1, Florida, to file their returns as prediction either in regards to manent bridge a few months later,
The visiting pathologists and research -
1937 to, June 30, 1937, and quarterly promptly as possible. economies or sources of new revenue and for' that reason the bridge was
workers expressed great interest -
"; thereafter. Senator Gillis declared that both not built on the site of the permanent -
and satisfaction at the marked
The nearest internal revenue of- he and the governor believe in econ- bridge, but enough to, .one'sidethat

fice is located in West Palm Beach. progress which .has been made in .the LADIES AID ELECTS omy, but differ on, definition _of the it would be' available for a detour -
breeding and selection of superiornew i .....
word. He indicated that 'a sales tax bridge "when the new bridgewas
sugar canes for this section.
New Air Service may be forthcoming, though legis- constructed.It .

'WINGS OVER SOUTH AMERICA" OFFICERS FOR YEARMrs. lative sentiment is largely opposed is believed that following the

The legislator likewise expressed the opening of the cross-state waterwaythe
Mills view that the people of the state, hauling of produce by boat will

"Wings Over ,South America" a E. C. was elected president through their representatives: would increase so that the lilt span which

Two-hourly plane service between of the Ladies Aid for the en- refuse to accept either a roadbuilding has been used but rarely in recent
moving picture, will be presented at I
West Palm Beach' and Miami: oper- the Community Church suing year at the regular meeting of holiday or diversion of the gasoline years, will .again be necessary.
Sunday evening -
ated by the Palm Beach Aero Corp., the society held at the home of Mrs. I tax.JUNIOR. I
in lieu of the regular
in conjunction with the Miami Acro Malcolm W. Bigg yesterday after-
service. This is said to be a very Road to Sugar HouseIs
Corp., during the past two weeks noon with Mrs. Bigg and Mrs. OtisA. ENDEAVORS TO
beautiful educational film and the
has proved a demand for such a ser- Jones as joint hostesses. STAGE PARTY WEDNESDAYA
public is cordially, invited to attend Open to TrafficThe
according to Wright Vermilya, .
the showing in the church. Other officers elected were Mrs.J.
sales manager of the Palm Beach E. Beardsley, vice president; Mrs. party will ,follow the regular

corporation. The service will begin at 7:30. W. F. Simpson, treasurer and Mrs. meeting of the Junior Endeavors of road to the sugar house of

Planes leave Morrison Field, West the Community Sunday School Wed-
Robert N. Smith, secretary. Mrs. the United, States Sugar Cor'orat'oh
Palm Beach, every other hour on the, ALTAR SOCIETY MET FOR Mills succeeds Mrs. Wilfred Lock- nesday afternoon, and all membersand opened to traffic this morni'ig,
hour from 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. and return ROUTINE BUSINESS WEDNESDAYThe those interested in joining the was
hart. retiring president.The following the completion of the oil-
from 36th St. airport, Miami, Endeavor society are urged to attend -
Altar meeting yesterday was open- ing this week ''by the state road De-
similar schedule from 8 Society of St. Margaret'sCatholic
on a a. m. the meeting and the party following -
ed with a devotional program con- partment. The road has been oiled
to 6 p. m. The trip takes twenty- Church met at the rectory .
eight minutes. Four-passenger: Wacos Wednesday afternoon for the regular ducted by Mrs. W. B. Cate. During i and covered with sand, and. will, remain -

the business session Mrs. E. open for use for several days
business session. Most of the discus-
and Stinsons are used and all planesare COUNTY AGENTS PLAN DETAILS
sion asked for donations for the overseas while the curing process of the oil
was given to
over completing
equipped with two-way radios. OF 1937 PRlI'CONSEItVATIOX
"Service is maintained daily. plans for the annual Catholic danceto box'and received a splendid response -- takes place.A .

This service is of particular inter- be held on March 17th. from members present. The slate of Gainesville, Fla.-Three group covering of, slag will be put on

est to the Okeechobee section, according Attending were Mrs. B. A. Bourne, nominees was presented by Mrs. R. and rolled in place, during which

to Vermilya, who points out Mrs. E. P. Mutrux,Mrs. G.' E. Smith, Y. Patterson, chairman of the ,nom- meetings of county agents were held time the road will again be closedfor

that it cuts the time from Clewiston Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. R. T. Mitchell inating committee, and was electedas early this week at"" which details of two days.Spotlight.

a to Miami in half. Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. H. J. i presented. operation ,of the 1937 agricultural

". The Palm Beach Aero Corporationis Oglesby, Mrs. P. G. White, Miss Mar I The next meeting will be held at conservation program were explained Focused On

garet Walsh and : the home of Mrs. H. R. Hall with
affiliated with the Miami Aero Father Walsh. and plans made for taking ",worksheets"

Corporation, operators of a charter Mrs. I. M. Pafford assisting hostess. Florida Farm Cattle
from farmers'who arc readyto
\ service. Officials are J. Wesley Pape, SCHOOL FACULTY GIVES MISS Mrs.. Bigg and Mrs. Jones served
after the
sign. Shortly county agents -
president; John Paul Riddle, vice- LOCKHART SURPRISE PARTY delicious cake and coffee to Mrs. B. return to their counties meet-

president, Phil' O'Connell, secretaryand E. Herring, Mrs M. J. Hirsch, Mrs.I. Beef cattle are now occupying the
ings of farmers will be held for elect-
Wright Vermilya, sales manager. Miss Dorothy Lockhart, who was D. Leydig, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. committeemen and agricultural spotlight in Florida.

forced to resign her position as Leslie Miller, Mrs., S. W ,Houser, ing community Recent events and ones to come in

PLANS COMPLETED FOR school teacher in the Clewiston Mrs. J. II. Doty, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, getting the work 'underway. the near future have focused the attep. -

CYPRESS GARDEN FESTIVAL school, was honored with a delightful Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. I. lPaf- H. G. Clayton, chairman or"the ',1on of Florida farmers on cattle

surprise party Saturday evening. ford, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. D. J. State Agricultural Conservation Com- that have been raised and the pros-

1 Winter Haven, March 4 (FNS).- The guests, which included school I I Williams, Mrs. K. C. Woodward and mittee, conducted the group gather- p*rfs( for the future; says Walter J.
: I Plans for the annual Gardenia Festival ings of agents and explained the
I r faculty members and a few other Mrs. W. B. Cate. pro- Sbeoly, animal husbandry specialistwith
; at Cypress Gardens have been friends gathered at the Lockhart gram operation In detail. He Instructed the State Agricultural, Exten-

completed and general manager Dick home, then visited progression, the FLORIDA EXPORTS INCREASE them to proceed with the, sion Service.

Pope announced this week that the homes of Mr and Mrs. B. E. Herring program as soon as possible after The third annual Florida Fat

event will be staged on March 12, Mr. and Mrs. returning to their counties.
Matthew Morrison, Mr. held in
Tampa, March 4, (FNS-The val- Stock Show and Sale to be
,J sponsored by the"inter HavenLions' and Mrs. G. B. Thomas and 'concluded -: ue of goods exported from Florida The meetings were held at Mari- Jacksonville, on March 91( and 10 will

r Club. the evening at Mr. and Mrs. W. ports during 1936 increased $2,893- anna on Monday, March 1, Gaines- be marked by the largest exhibit of
L The reigning queen, Miss Eleanor C. Prewitt's where delightful refresh- ville on Wednesday, and Lakeland on shown
215 over the volume of 1935, it is fattened steers that have been
McKay, of Tampa, will attend the ments '
were served. Thursday, March 4.
established in
shown in figures released here by since the event was
ceremonies which include the selec- Included among those who enjoyed Major Allie J. Angle, collector of As soon as all community com- 1935.

tion, of a new queen and an interesting the evening were Miss Dorothy. customs for the Florida district. mittcemen: have been chosen, three Beef cattle will hold a prominent

open air program from the Cypress Lockhart, Miss Lavonia Congdon, Florida, however, dropped from 13thto county committeemen will be elected place in the Little International Livestock -

\! Garden amphitheatre. Gardenias Miss Dorothy Craig, Mr. and Mrs. 14 th place in the standing of all from their number. The county Show and Rodeo to be staged

in the gardens are blooming much Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Herring, Mr. districts in the country during body will set its budget for the year's I by the Toreadors, a student organization

0 earlier than usual this year due to and Mrs. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Prew- Florida 1936'1 operations. Taking work sheets, or in the University of Florida
Imports through
warm weather and the plants here itt, Bill Lockhart, L. H. Nash
I and detailed information from the farm- College of Agriculture, late in April.
are the largest known in this 1936 were valued at $19,036,810 in
country McDonald. '
ers who have signified their inten- Farmers from all sections of
Many charming ladies 1936 against $14,171,246 in 1935,
young tion of cooperating in the 1937 pro- state are invited to attend this an-
from all sections of the state 1! Mr. Angle said.
Paul Irons and Mrs. G. O. educationalevent.
gram, is getting underway in the I nual ,entertaining and
by the LionClub will participate Wallace of LaBelle were recent I counties. Plans for thi3 year's show

r for the honor of becoming FlorIda's luncheon guests of Mrs. Ralph H. I.: E. J. Rogero and' daughter Miss I provide for the most complete program -

" '' .- year Gardenia Queen for the current Collins at her home on the government ];T; "austina Rogero, made a business Herbert Blate of Jacksonville was ever presented by the Torea-

,> '. : .' ..JI' reservation. tip to Miami Thursday. in Clewiston on business :Monday, dors.V" .
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Foreign Words * llIi: "Quotations"v

and -v-

to be valuable must be aj

Caetera desunt. (L.) The remainder primarily character education rather"f'

is wanting. .cu: than a mere accumulation of infor

Lingua Toscana in bocca Ro- mation.-Neivlon D. Baker.

mana. (It.) The Tuscan speech on Democracy substitutes selfrestraintfor

Roman lips; i. e., the most cor REVIEW I external restraint.- Louis D

rect Italian. / 4L/14)2dO about Brande,

Pleno jure. (L.) With full power. The manner in which the community -

Quo jure? (L.) By what right? 5cUua/id (D. Pick takes carp of its sick and incapacitated -
< Grandmothers. is the
Au fait. (F.) Well. informed; Streamlined gauge by which the

master of; skilled. I ) Western Newspaper Union. MONICA, CALIF.- degree of civilization of a peoplemay
SANTA he judged.-Fannie Hurst.
En arriere. (F.) In the rear; I've been wondering -
backward behind. Senate Committee Studies Chicago. Their problem was much In the long and dreary history, of
; like that faced by Governor Murphy'of what has vanished from the war, no idea has yet }.rf'n conqueredby
(L.) Household
Lares et
penates. Court Scheme
I Supreme Michigan in the General Motors city landscape.I'd force.-Corddl hid!.

gods. I AIRMAN HENRY F. ASHURST strike. The sheriff of Lake county, is less
L. With full ut grown reconciled to service Exploration a matter of
Ore rotundo. ( ) *
of Arizona gathered togetherthe armed with contempt citations, had stations where blacksmith shops waiting for breaks! than of creating

terance. members of his judiciary com- tried to evict the strikers but he used to be and a them.-Richard 77. Byrd.
obsta. (L.) Withstand
Principiis mittee and began formal consider- and his force of deputies were re-t beauty parlor where '

beginnings. ation of President pulsed and it was reported he would'not I
.-":, once the livery stable -
I f,; ..t Roosevelt's proposition take the sole responsibility of spread its fascif ,'

(" ,.:.: ..' .:_ for federal judiciary clearing out the plants by force. nating perfumes. Here's New Way to
.. including
i. : i The corporation had refused to So it couldn't be
; s- ..' 1 the packing treat with outsiders who sought to; J. Initial Your !

1' '!i .: of the Supreme represent the employees who belong'to that.All of a suddenit Y .
; ; union allied with the C. I. O.
.;,under1 a dawned on me.
;.T S .. The heat had been turned off in the Since coming here

>it'':.:;:" ,.:.j would arrange forpublic plants, but when the weather turned I've seen mighty .Linensl'W
w5. ,' ; "' : hearings at cold President Aitchison of the com- few 1912 model
t@ffij; } which opponents ordered it turned again be- '
pany on grandmothers b a r- L

I I \,.. ...+,.... and proponents of lieving a majority of the men in the'' ring in the movies, >
the plan would b e buildings were held there against and then, with the Irvin S. Cobb

Sen. Ashurst privileged to speak their will.Governor. exception of dear

their minds. Not long before, Mr. Hoffman of New Jerseyis May Robson, they had to wear

Ashurst and several other senators one executive who has taken a makeup.We .

were called to the White House to firm stand against the sit-down don't so much mind the young ............................. iiri:: ;

discuss the strategy of the fight the strike. He announced that he woulduse girl who has gone prematurely old IFrjiLiI *

administration faces. The Arizona all the resources of the stateto -we're accustomed to her-but the

: MUD Ro senator and Majority Leader Joe prevent such seizures of property. old -woman who has gone prema-
_ 3tttt'.n R Robinson of Arkansas, who was The C. I. O. organizers denounced turely young, so young, that she ;:
the conferees only recentlywere L31!
among him as an enemy and "the seems to be advertising the approach -
vociferous in declaring a con strike-breakers' candidate for President of second childhood by
Climb It
stitutional amendment was the only and went ahead with their that'sdifferent.
From the moment you came in- dressing to match it-well,
proper way to accomplish the President's unionization activities in the steel, .
to the world of being, a ladder Pattern 5749Here's
purpose. But now they are wire and, rubber companies of ,New
So I know what I miss. It'sthe
was placed before you that you the admini- now
obediently supporting Their field director said to
Jersey. : who an exciting new way
might ascend.-From the Persian. istration old-fashioned lady was
measure. "When C. I. O. workers decideto neither streamlined nor a fourcolor -_ initial linens-with crocheted let-

Senators Frazier of North Dakota, use sit-down strikes, they will process. ters that you can make in varied
Bone of Washington and Nye of, sizes the thread and
use them. We pay no attention to according
AT lASTA North Dakota also were summonedto Governor Hoffman. We know our Penalties of Old Age. hook you take. Used as insets in

the White House, but what they legal rights." MENTALLY or physically, or towels, pillow cases, sheets or

COUGH RELIEFTHATALSO heard there did not change their IF both, a man of seventy has so 'I whatever, they make' for a"showy"
stand against the President's plan. and be fur-
slowed down func- may
SPEEDS RECOVERY Union Labor Takes Handin he no longer can
Mr. Nye, indeed, soon after delivered tion usefully, what are we going to ther enhanced by a bit of flower

Remember the name! It's FOLDS HONEY a radio address against it. Navy Steel Affair do about Secretary of State Hull and stitchery. There are enough cut-
k TAR Double-acting. One eat of ingredients He did not especially defend the of
quickly sooth es.reheves tickhnghacldngcough- R OTH the American Federation of Secretary Roper, and Senator Glass work motifs to two:pairs

ing coats irritated throat linings to keep Supreme court, but said he thought Labor and the Committee for and Senator Norris, and both Calornia's towels or pillow cases or two
you from coughing. Another sot reaches the there are better ways of attainingthe Industrial Organization accuse steel scarfs. In pattern 5749 you will
bronchial senators and sizable
tubes,loosens phlegm,helps break up a proportion
a cough duo to a cold and speeds recorcr For objective in conformity to the manufacturers of collusion in refraining of the outstanding member- find directions and charts for a
quick relief and spceded-ub rccorerpaskyour Constitution than the of packingthe transfer
way from bidding complete alphabet; a pat-
druggist for double-acting FOLEY'S HONEY ship of either branch of congress?
&TAR.Idealforchildrcn.too.Get bottle today court proposed by Mr. Roose- on navy steel tern of two motifs 5Vz by 8%
velt. He could not see "wherein an 'contracts and have And, to avoid cluttering up the inches and two motifs 5% by 6

8-7 decision is desirable words, so to speak, what disposition
any more instructed their i r =:4 inches; directions for use of ini-
Exaggerate Our Lot than 4-5 decision which has should have been made, at seventy,
chiefs to ask the Department : r' tials; illustrations of all stitches
We exaggerate misfortune- and served to agitate us against the of Justice of Thomas A. Edison and John D. used.

happiness alike.. We are never alleged course of permitting the Supreme to investigate the :
neither so wretched or so happyas court to declare acts of con reasons for a short- and Queen Victoria and Cardinal cents in stamps or coins (coins .....__. .
Gibbons and Von and
are.-Balzac. Hindenburg
we say we unconstitutional.
gress age of armor plate preferred) to The Sewing Circle
Clemenceau and Professor Eliot and
"However foreign to the President needed by the navy. "6 Carrie Catt and Mark Household Arts Dept., 259 W.

the thought of dictatorshipmay President William Chapman Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y.
Twain and Elihu Root and
be, in connection with his present Green of the A. F. '.; Write plainly pattern number,
mention few
W. Fuller to a
request it is good warning to of L. said he be- just your name and address.
that to mind?
Wm. Greenof names come
look out-not for him necessarily, lieved the absence

but for those who would in other bids was caused by desire on s .

days have opportunity to use the the part of steel makers to avoid Open Season on Bears.

power which he would have us now labor restrictions of the Walsh- NEW Brunswick is granting free

extend." Healy act. 1 for sportsmen to kill

Ex-President Herbert Hoover in "The federation council took a bears this spring. I regard this as

an address before the Union League very definite position," Green said. an error. It reduces bears, whichare

club of Chicago uttered solemn "We could.not sponsor or favor any picturesque features of forest
much trouble is caused by chronic constf.O
pation!Headaches,upset digestion,nervousness warning that the President's plan modification of the Walsh-Healy act life, and increases amateur gunners irri
,lack of pep are frequently caused by poisonous was a serious threat against the as it applies to those steel corpora- barging through the wilderness plug-
wastes that accumulate in the bowels. withColeman
Too often people merely use some temporary ultimate safeguard of liberty, and tions refraining from bidding. ging away at every living object KEROSENE
rehef.See for yourself if itdocsn't make a world condemned any such "quick and "The American Federation of Labor they see, including guides. A green- DR

J of purely difference vegetable in the laxative.way you Give feel after a thorough using a revolutionary'change in the Con- sponsored that bill and it is a I horn might miss a sitting union CASDLIYE

trial to Nature's Remedy(NR Tablets). Note stitution." I reasonable and fair measure pro- depot-probably would-but he gar- MODELS AIR-FRZSSURE
I how non-habit
gentle they are-and
Get a 25c box, o ,+, forming. At this writing 32 senators have viding work standards that are rea- ners him a guide nearly every time. Mantle LAMPS

containing tablets, at 25 a t declared publicly against the bill; sonable and fair. We gain the impression On all counts, the black bear .

drugstore. any ? 30 are on record for it, and 34 have that there is collusion on should have game _protection. For ? Protect your sight with

,i- not committed themselves. The administration the part of the steel corporations every,shoat he steals, he eats thrice light Kerosene and this Gasoline eye-Bavins Pressure: Coleman Mantle

leaders expected to because no single steel companyhas his weight in grubs and ants and Lamps..provide ncarestlikenaturaldaylight.a high candlepower of.kind live

,. Need Privacy pick up at least 12 from the non- submitted a bid." bugs; and.he's a fine scavenger, for to light.your eyes.

Sometimes the great must envy committal group, and claimed he likes his dead meat high. If You can enjoy the finest light for only\f m

;: nobodies whom the public let more. Death of Congressman he were a veteran member of a night.Coleman.No Buy home it can from afford your to local be without Coleman

f alone. Tames P. Buchanan Maryland Duck club, he couldn't dealer. FREE Folders-send Postcard_ Nowl(71'/3)

I'i" Winant Quits as Head of I like it any higher. THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
CONGRESS lost one of its really I DeptWU173.Wichita,Kan;Chicago IlLj
Health-Wrecking Functional Social Security Board when James P. Philadelphia; PfM Lot Angeles,Calif.
of the Soviets.
t< JHN G. WINANT, who as chair- Buchanan of Texas died of heart Tyranny
man of the social security board disease at the age of seventythree.He through em- Nature's Hymns
r Severe functional pains of men had a lot of trouble with certain was chairman of the powerful bargo on free Speech and free Flowers are Nature's hymns
Btruatlon, cramping spells and jangled press and even free thought, stories
senators over patronage and whose house appropriations committeeand with which in her inspiration, she
nerves rob of her that the
r soon a woman came out five-year plan
to personally was an advocate of;
natural, youthful freshness. PAIN reappointment '; shows signs of utter collapse and greets the sun.-Heine.

;.:.- lines in a woman's face too often membership on the .' >I rigid economy. The chairmanshipnow also that in their striving for absolute -
board had not beenconfirmed ., goes to Representative E. T. ,
grow into AGE lines : ; :
\TKO: :.<<:vJ.> : despotism, Stalin and his-
b the of Colorado.
Thousands. of women have found y. fr ;4f, ; Taylor for the moment-intimate lieutenants Don'tl !rime
>: It helpful to take Cardui. They say senate, ,sent his resignation i
G it seemed to ease their and to thePresident. .Offers Peace are preparing to "liquidate" by
pains, 2 ::7 Nanking to
.. .:. < : execution or remove by a
: they noticed an Increase in. their Mr. Roosevelt 1. .< .. ,..;':: '?:
: : :( f Chinese Communists of exile all such of their
,t! B' campaign
appetites and finally a strengthened : ; OF .
said Mr. Winant If want to really GET RID -
., you
r:.: resistance to the discomfort ot was : to "}: t:' ::" ,;A Ji: OFFERING to make peace with recent ruthless associates as might, GAS and terrible bloating, don't expectto
retiring t.ir.if.
': monthly periods. .. i communists through private ambitions, stand in do it by Just doctoring your stom-
n e s e
..' attend to pressing r < ;:y;}? .:. ach with harsh Irritating alkalies and
Try Cardui. Of course if it doesn't private business and ... ..,...., ,: tk-i. __; against whom it has waged war for the way of this latest desperate "gas tablets." Most GAS is lodged In
help you, see your doctor. ::>< the stomach and upper intestine
the National
would be back in the L' ;;. ten years, government tyranny. is due to old poisonous matter in the
<< *
f'. federal service before "'<
very long. The Arthur J. which those reds would be allowed Women's New Freedom. with If your ill-causing constipation bacteria.Is of long stand-

r< former governor of AltmeyerSitDown participation in national affairs. TheKuomintang's EVEN in olden days, before they ing, enormous quantities dangerous
bacteria accumulate. Then your digestion
.' loose envied
demands Abolition women us
New Hampshire has been considereda is upset. GAS often presses
.. logical candidate for the post of of the communist army and its every masculine perquisite we had, and lungs, making life miserable.You .
can't eat or sleep. Your
secretary of social welfare if that incorporation in the National government except the moustache cup and pos- Your back aches. Your com
is created forces; dissolution of the sibly chewing tobacco. Since emancipation plexion is sallow. and pimply. Your
department by
L congress. breath You a sick, grouchy
like is foul. are
communist and its they've taken
Chinese state seems YOUR
Succeeding Mr. Winant as chair- wretched, unhappy person.
f: unification with the central govern over practically everything we ever SYSTEM IS POISONED.
I' is Arthur J.
man alreadya Thousands of sufferers have found In
::, member of the board. To fill the ment; cessation of red propaganda had.The Adlerika the quick scientific way .to
opposed to Kuomintang principles, bars are crowded with wom- rid their systems of harmful bacteria.
in the
;: vacancy membership Adlerika I rids you of gas and cleans
y President nominated Murray W. and stoppage of the class struggle en, and the smoking rooms and the foul poisons out of BOTH upper and
which divides society into antagonistic barber shops and the gambling lower bowels. Give your bowels a
Latimer of New York, who has been .Adlerika! Get
'(. chairman of the railroad retirement classes and invites mutual de clubs and the prize-fights and the rid REAL of GAS.cleansing Adlerika with does not gripeis ..Ii, "

l: board. struction. wrestling matches and the political not habit forming. At all Leading

+; l That the Nanking government is caucuses. If it weren't for them, the Druggists.

ss;: A HOTEL OF DISTINCTION Strike Worries steadily growing stronger is made, race-tracks and the night spots

P"I. Nearest the Gardens evident in the more conciliatory at- would languish and the cocktail SORES BOILSATHLETE'S
i y (Famoui Winter Resort) Governor of Illinois titude adopted lately by Japan. A mixers might get an occasional rest. ,
f: 8. John Uttltgreen, MIT. p 0V. HENRY HORNER of Illi- spokesman for Hayashi's new cab- Maybe, as a distinguished scientistnow CUTS.PITCHING SKIN

;. nois and Martin Durkin, his inet in Tokio indicated Japan was arises to proclaim) they could C Af too LOCAL OMO scat

state director of labor, were making willing to abate its demands for have excelled us in our then exclusive

'. earnest efforts to bring about a simultaneous settlement of all pending fields, only before this they 1 BOWSON CHUKAL Ptoouot Co.

peaceful settlement of a sit-down Sino-Japanese incidents and didn't get a chance to prove it. \ lAfarONVllI101teA

strike in the plants of the Fansteel negotiate separate settlements for IRVIN S. COBB

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'<) Sowing and Reaping 'i'!1 filf A Mother's Love noted for efficiency almost

can fathom the depth never to,be
WHO appear hurried. They
COW with a generous hand; 'j lJ' aneMiijt
mother's love? No
\-* Pause not for toil or pain; a seem to have plenty of time for

Weary not through the heat, of .n k> ; :.8: ,: ::, $ : :hr.'' <.{.w,C' >ig"''.+:'.,'.s s' Y friendship so pure, so devoted. every task that comes to them.
..\\f{suJ fir/s\a Z y summer, the bright sunshine of pros- for' leisure.It .
the cold
not through
'spring rain .2.,, perity are all alike to her; how- takes men who know men to
; r.,' soorooxo w :\ \i x > Q unworthy be of
p ever we kind of
But wait till the autumn comes may govern men; any recluse,
For sheaves of golden grain. that affection, a mother never scholarly or otherwise, has a slim
ceases to love her every .child. chance. '
Sow, and look onward, upward
Often when alone, as we gaze Don't expect to escape trouble;
Where the starry light appears -
up to the starry heaven can but when it comes, buoy your-

.,, we in imagination catch self of the
<".wh '-" : > 9t a up thinking good time
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Where in1 of the coward'sdoubting 1irJI1ni: :' .
spite ::: <.'< 't, / :; ,. >I. .... ,. : t'.., .. ';:<'" glimpse of the angeli around coming when it's ,
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your +" 'Y ;
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fears : : if ,. forgetting forgiv-
bling / : > rj >>, ,: "' them all is our sweet mother ing.
You shall in joy the har- ti,'.' :
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vest .H*R :ih,,IE;?.';' Srffs+){.>. :, s. / '' ' i? >' n. and upward to her celestial 'treasure whenever husbands do
You have sown today in .ur' ,;}) c.4;}Gx: s <,.: G :. y'1 + '' ;;i {, : 'fwAh! ., +i N home.-R. Smith.
not want to be bothered
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"Sail Pump Fill Salt Pans on Great Inagua. UILL2Phi1Sy

When You Wantto Prepared by National GeographicVVashinRton. Society the Chicago Herald in 1891 to com- DON'T TAKE .
D. C.-WNU Service
memorate the landing of the great '

Alkalize < OOK down now!" shouts navigator. Here also a lighthouserises : UNKNOWN REMEDIES .

'L I a passenger.. "We're fly- but not to show modern ships

ing over a Sahara desert how to anchor where the Santa
15C '
Stomach Fast Doubt the Pernicious WeedA FOR 12 ,
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with blue puddles .on it. Maria did; rather to help them
"That's all water" explains the keep safely away, for few visitors suspicious person raises a P c- ,,2 FULL DOZEN

steward)' "But it's so ciea you\ see venture now where Columbus set up large crop of doubt. DEMAND l P$ FOR 2Sc

right through it to the white the Cross and traded trinkets with Conceit is deceptive, but it is AND GET ( ..,

sandy bottom. The blue puddles are the shy Lucayans. rarely perceptive.Add GENUINE .'
just deep ocean holes." All these one new word to ,your con-
Lucayans-about 40,000
What with cloud shadows, versational vocabulary every day;
racing -were enslaved by Spaniards sentto BAYER ASPIRINhow
first you will surprise your friends,
play of light on green islands: painted work in Hispaniola mines, and
then floor them, then lose them.PLEA .
coral and tinted sands the human the Bahamas left quite uninhabited.

eye is easily fooled by some of Yet in time, these islands were to

physical geography's tricks on an become not only a historic stepping
''air trip through the Bahamas. stone by which Europeans and Afri-

Two hours from MiamI Florida cans reached our shores, but the IE ACCEPT

out over the Gulf Stream in a fast stage for almost incredible adven .

plane, you reach this 630-mile chainof tures.
Try This Amazing Fast Way
some 3,000 British-owned islands, Enmity toward England, after the /
-The "Phillips" Way cays, and rocks that stretches almost loss of the Great Armada, brought THIS o4..PIECE /

Millions Are AdoptingOn to Hispaniola.Just sanguinary conflicts, which in time
now we are flying past the became notorious for the nautical

every side today people are being north tip of flat, brush-strewn An- brigandage of the buccaneers. For SILVER SET

urged to alkalize their stomach. And dros island, largest of the Bahamas generations these outlaws were the ,

'\ thus ease symptoms of "acid indiges- its west shore lapped by milky shallows cause of constant diplomatic fric-
tion," nausea and stomach upsets.To known as "The Mud." where 'tion between London and Madrid, for only
gain quick alkalization, just do their
rheumatic fishers ply
when sailors
this: Take two teaspoons of PHIL- back breaking trade in the blue as English 25c complete with
LIPS' MILK OF :MAGNESIA 30 from the Boston ship, Blessing,
minutes after eating. OR take two green depths. were stripped by' Spaniards tied purchase
R Phillips' Milk of :Magnesia Tablets. Everyone keeps his nose pressed naked to mangrove bushes on, a your ,

Relief comes almost at once against the windows, watching the Bahama cay, and left to die of of one can of

e'. usually in a few minutes. Nausea fascinating ,,anarama o. reefs is.. thirst in plain sight of each other.
'j lets, sand bars and multi-hued waters
"gas"-fullness after eating and Even Virginia and the Carolinas B. T. Babbitt'sNationally .
below.So .
'acid indigestion" pains leave. You
dreaded these Bahama pirates especially -
feel like a new person. flat and low, so symmetrical Known
Edward Teach
one o r ;
Try this way. Get either the liquid are some of these tiny junglegreenisles '
i "Phillips" or the remarkable, ,new that from above, in Jpck-and- "Blackbeard. With his last command Brand of Lye K;
the Queen Anne's Revenge,
t., Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tablets. the-Beanstalk fancy, they suggest
;} Each one equals a teaspoon of the huge pumpkin leaves afloat on seas mounting 40 guns Blackbeard and
r liquid. Only 25 jf a box at all drug of opaline paint. another pirate leader spread terror Tliis lovely pure silver-plated Set-knife, to B. T. Babbitt, Inc., Dept WN, 3S6
stores.: "Look land all along our South Atlantic coast. fork, soup spoon and teaspoon in aristoFourth Ave., New York City,N.Y.Your
at that long strip of" When, in desperation, the British cratic Empire, design is offered solely to Set will reach you promptly, postage
: ALSO IN TABLET FORM: with a pirate's tower on it! some get you to try the pure brands of lye paid. You'll thank us for the Set and for ,
I Each tiny tablet ,. one urges. government finally sent that iron- with 100 uses,shown at right.Use lye for introducing these brands of Lye to you. -

istheequivalent ,,, ,,,,, PxrmvS: "That's 'Treasure Island' (Salt fisted governor,' Woodes Rogers to cleaning clogged and frozen drain pipes, ,OFFER GOOD WITH ANY LABEL
of ff for making finer soap, for sweetening
a teaspoon- and make Nassau safe
hang pirates
'' ful of genuine 4. Cay) belongs to swill, etc. You'll use no other Lye once
4\ Philhpa' Milk ya'rr, raUm,6k, Cutcheon, the Chicago cartoonist," for honest traders, it began the first you've tried one of these brands.
OfIlliagnesla.r;r.A: 1, e yn the ste.yard. "Nowwe're normal life it had ever known. That I
explains patient
o. 'I
in and the its How to Get Your Silver Set =
was 1718 motto'put on
over Hog island where human -
f '. coat of arms was, "Expulsis Pira- To get your 4-piece Silver Set, merely I. DL I I I
swallows from Canada and the send the band from any can of Lye shown iJ
States sun themselves, in winterThere's tis. Restituta Commercia. at right, with 25c (to cover handling,
; PH'LLn s' 1\1ILJtOf their Porcupine club and "Pirate Treasure" Still Hunted. mailing,etc.)with your name and address -
r Red Devn Giant Red Salll Star
; MAGNESIAOpportunities Paradise beach. That wreck is
Blackbeard his l
Today long
i 1, old Confederate blockade runner whiskers worn in three beribboned _1 mWRINKLES

sunk more than 70 years ago. The braids tucked into his waistband

There are people who would do big island is New Providence, and among his many pistols is but a

great acts; but because they wait this town is Nassau, capita' of the memory-or a favorite model for

for great opportunities lif| passes, Bahamas." Nassau masquerade parties. Yet

/ and the acts of love are not done Landing at assatJ. hunting pirate treasure ir 'still a

at all.-F. W. Robertson. Flashes now 'of galloping ponies 'constant adventure Always, just

training on a dusty track, and a golf round the corner, is a mysterious
FOR course dotted with palms bent by man' with an "old map" for sale.

0 S011E 111ROAAtDCOLDS tropic winds; a ruined tower, which "Feast, then famine, that's been
the steward says was Blackbeard's our history," an Englishman bornin

lookout; then ancient, abandonedforts Nassau will tell you. "Over and

their rusty muzzle loading over again, in the last 300 years, .CROWSmFEET
\ St. Joseph Aspirin is cannon no more harmful now than hordes of people have swarmed into :

, so pure it even, exceeds blind and toothless watchdogs.Swift Nassau, on every errand from sell-
I S So :; the
SQ rigid require'ments
.o q,p\o' of the United glimpses, too, of stately ing slaves to running rum; these
States Pharmacopoeia Government house the British flag, boom periods meant lots of easy

and stiff sentries on patrc ., spacious money but there's been many a

WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT IOc homes set in gardens aflame with lean time in between. -made her look old

1J red, yellow, and purple. Then lowerwe When Liverpool used to send 100 I

glide, back over the long, narrow or more' "blackbirders" to Africa Looks and lovely since using Denton's. New
harbor with its trading schooners, each year and when our own
lazy white yachts, and glass-bottom American-built craft were in this I facial remedy firmed and smoothed her complexion

sight-seeing boats drifting over coral traffic, as many as 74,000 blacks ...
beds and canary-colored fish, and annually used to be sold into the Wrinkles add years to your much younger and pret-

Wisdom Is Doing: the Best so down to a smooth bumpless land- West Indies, ,of which the Bahamasgot I age.Denton'sFacialMagnesia tier you look.REMARKABLE.

True wisdom is to knew what is ing.One their share. the
best worth knowing, and to do hears the greeting, 'Welcome After Cornwallis yielded at York- cleans the skin deep into OFFER

what is best worth doing.-Hum- to the Isles of June!" as be scram- town, loyalists flocked to the Bahamas pores, smooths and firms the -good for few wee/is only

phrey. bles ashore. bringing their slaves, silver- 1 texture.Big,ugly pores dimin- Now is your chance to try out
From the dock the arriving ware, and other personal effects.On Denton's on the most liberal basiswe
visitor drives through long, straight plantations of cane and cotton ish, the skin loses its flabbi- have ever made possible.We will

,j When You Feel Sluggish Bay street, which is the shopping developed by these royal refugeesrose 1 ness,the complexion becomes send you a full 6 oz.bottle of Denton's

I (Constipated) center of Nassau. High roofed, another tide of profits. This youthful. Even the Facial Magnesia (retail price 60f),
Take a dose or two of Black' horse-drawn hacks, bells jinglingand ebbed when slaves were freed. and plus a regular size box of famous
Draught Feel fresh for a goodday's red curtains flapping, move in when competing agriculture grew 1 first few treatments with Milnesia Wafers (known throughoutthe

work. and out among motor cars:, bicycles. up in the States. Denton's make a remarkable country as the original Milk of
Work seems easier, life pleasanter, and tablets) both for only
huge carts their Magnesia
when :you are really well-free from sponge cargo Agriculture Has Failed. difference.: Before you knowit
of this marvelous
but 1 Take advantage -
bulky light. 60tt
the bad anil dullness
feelIng often
attending constipation. "To your right," says your host, Loyalists, departing for England I friends are complimentingyour offer. Send 60# in cash or
For in mock imitation of lecture after this land boom faded, turned telling stamps today.
nearly a century, Black- a guide's appearance, you
Draught has helped to bring prompt, "is' Old Fort Montague cap- .: their farms over to ex-slaves or
refreshing[ relief from constipation. tured by' the baby American navy other retainers; lacking skill capital II
Thousands of men and women rely during the Revolution That wharfis i or sufficient energyy, these latter -
on it. where I failed. Farming declined. An
they hanged pirates.
"That big shed is the I easier living-if on a lower standard
market. was offered by the sea. Hence DF'NTON'SFACIAL
The hymns you hear are
0 A GOOD LAXATIVE sung by the old women who sit today the once productive fields are
idle and
here in the shade and c'ip sponges brush-grown.

with their shears, and get them Andros island, for example,
i ready to ship." named foran_ early governor ol
the Massachusetts colony was once MAGNESIA
Where Columbus Landed. the scene of much sisal growing .
N Select Products Inc 4402.23rd st., Long Island City, N. Y.
First and greatest event in all well-known families in England being .
annals of our Western Hemisphere, the owners. Now all that is I Enclosed find 60(! (cash or stamps) for which sand I

in fact occurred right here in these abandoned.Yet : I ma your special introductory combination. ..

islands. That was on October 12, today a new kind of prosperity I Name ------------------------------------------- I
HOME WORK 1492. when Columbus discovered I wholesome and satisfying. *is .
Address -------
Street ------------------------- >K3KSai
America in the form of San Salvador ]
coming to Nassau. This is its rise
.Oulek Liberal Money AdIreul'1l'! Cards..All as a popular winter resort, which I City ___________________ State.________._____ '

ticulai-materials write Hose furnished.Marie For Beauty FREJj Aid: par-C.., On this island, facing the open compensates for the vanished revenue .. tti W tta art ui
**. O. Bos: 1C9; Loot Beach, Calif. / Atlantic is a monument set up by of former more exciting days.

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adverse effect which agriculturaland 1 havin' a good time and everything 'nt go." For a minute I thought we and womanhood, and the countrywas

The Clewisam News I horticultural products grown In 1 appeared to be all right. were gonna have trouble with Jim, thought to be a more healthful
Then the first thing I know they- because he had his fists doubled up. i place to live than the city. With ex- "-
Fri South Florida have sustained with I 're havin' a regular battle royal. You But he didn't say another word- cellent sanitary and medical services, 4t'
in Clewiston, agricultural ,and .
Published lay respect to Cuban never heard such carryin' on. Well, just turned on his heel and walked however, the cities have gained on
Florida by the CLI. FISTON NEWS, horticultural competition. the until there is less
I went over to see what the trouble away. country now

Inc. This "peculiar knowledge" was was and got there just as Jim was I 1 When the other boys had gone I sickness and death among urban than

gained right here and it has served, fixin' to hit Fred in the nose. tried to get Bob to explain to me just among rural'residents In proportionto

Keathley Bo'\ fun, Editor among other things, to elevate "What's goin' on here?" I says.*' what the trouble was, but his only population. "
Claude Pepper to a position of lead- "Can't you kids play together with; explanation was "Aw, 'It wasn't no- Infant mortality always has been

ership in the United States senate I out fightln'? You ought to be aShamed -'thin' at all. We were just playin' an' too high. There has been appallingand
Entered as secon 1 class mail mat- after barely two months of active of yourselves!" J, they got sore about the-swing-but often needless waste of life.

ter February 1, 11?7, at the Post service.Fort Myers NewsPress.It "Well, I don't care," Fred said' they'll be all right tomorrow. Troubles which sap vitality' of the

Office in Clewistoii, Florida, under might be added to the above "It's my yard and my party and I}! ,Well, the boy called J. H. was infant and prevent it from maturingInto ;

the Act of March 3. 1897. that Senator Pepper added to that guess I can say what we're gonna'' swingin' to beat hell when I left but a virile, healthy man or woman

store of Information and that understanding do, can't I? And Jim goes and gets after what Jim said about his wagonI have been too common.

of the situation right smart and it made me sore." couldn't help wonderin' how longIt Conditions in rural areas are being -
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year.
application. here in Clewiston. A guest here on "Aw, I didn't neither get smart," would be before the rope would improved, however. Some coun-
Advertising rates on several occasions he 'has lost no opportunity Jim says. "We was gettin' along all break or somethin'. Yes, sir, kids ties employ county health physiciansand

to go to the heart of the right and then Fred has to drag in are funny! i nurses who work with school

Devoted to the advancement and plight of vegetable and sugar grow- a boy that I don't like and besideshe P. Now we might rise and sing children and parents for the improvement -

welfare of Clewls.on and Hendry ers and has perhaps as clear an Insight started jumpin' on little Preston one verse of "There'll bo a Hot Timein of health conditions. Par-
County. into the position of South Flor- and pushin' him around and I just the Old Town Tonight." ticular attention is given to the

ida in the matter as any single per- wasn't gonna stand for it." health' of school children, but often

Though he has lived only in the . . . . not enough notice is paid to the pre-
son. and said,
Will 1 .
Then spoke N .
up M N M N N N NON N N.N.N N.N.N.H.N.N.N.N.N.M "
"West Florida" section of the state, "Well, Fred didn't start pushin' him school child.
he has proved himself a true friendof until he found out about them cig RURAL COMMON: SENSE 'I Home demonstration club women

,South Florida. arettes." By Spuds Johnson i in some counties are organizing "well
baby" clinics. The county health phy-
I PUBLICITY ,"Cigarettes?" I. says, horrified 1:N:N/N:M:N N:M:N:N...N:N:NN:N:N:N:N N:..:-:..1NN/N:1 sician, nurses, home demonstrationagent
WATERWAY __ "Do you kids mean to tell me you and mothers assist in holding

FeaturesA I are smokin' cigarettes?" HEALTH CONDITIONS IN, these clinics and endeavoring to keep
L With the opening of the cross- RURAL AREAS IMPROVEDBUT "..
Then Bob tried to smooth things ',
the tiny tots in the best of health and .
state waterway set for soon this region over. It seems he'd stayed out of the i SHOULD BE BETTER growing merrily.In .
is being invaded by all kinds of "Naw ---
fight himself. He says, they this way it is possible to curb
BUDDING LEADERFor writer-uppers and 'towns along the don't smoke 'em. They were just "A sweet, new blossom of human- many troubles in the incipiency. If

route had better not be too thin- playin' with 'em. I didn't see"em but ity, fresh fallen from God's own allowed to go uncorrected for a few

a rookie member and a young skinned about what they see In print. Fred said Preston had some and was home, to flower on earth." Thus did months or they might
years mean
fellow at that Claude Pepper is do- Some of them-practically all, in tryin' to make him tell where he got: Massey characterize a baby.In permanent injury to the child. Cor-

ing all right up in Washington. In fact-are. not quite as big as they 'em." entirely too many cases, how- rected before they gain a foothold
better than all look on the map and may disappointthe
fact considerably Fred broke in again and said: I ever, ill health prevents the young- however, they do little damage. The
right. It isn't once in a long time visiting literati expecting to step "That ain't so. I was tryin' to make I sters from ever "flowering on earth". "well babies" are given an opportunity -

that a new member there barely long ashore into a 24-hour telegraph of- him tell nuthin'. I Just told him to I Disease and death take their toll, and to ""flower" into young man-

enough to get acquainted with his I fice at every port of call. A few have get out of the swing and let J. H.i this toll is far too high. Formerlyrural hood and young womanhood unhampered -
stand the big shots of already come along who have let inconvenient -
colleagues can have it a while-and when he start-! areas were considered as be- by physical ailments and
the senate on their heads as Claudedid surprise color their ar- ed to argue I told him to shut p,1 ing the cradle of sturdy, manhood defects
the other day. He didn't quite ticles, much to the pain of places
and I went over and shoved him out
get away with it but came so close where civic pride has not been in the i
of it. It's my swing anyhow and I ---
that they'll know he's there from habit of hearing unkind words. The I It "
now on. tendency:will be to get sore about it'' guess I can say who can have it. V iF-- c--z1-7L" r, ; );:'-r .Jro'n:: ; J -. ... r 2SSZS
t "Maybe it is your swing..Jim yel- |
I but this impulse should be suppressed. -
consideration of the
It was during tariff SenatorPepper's Publicity is sometimes a penaltyas led, "but just the same, I'm the one E f, SEMINOLEINDIAN
reciprocity measure. that has to keep it in repair and that
and shall haveto \V.j
mission to into the well as a reward we t ;:
kid will bust it like he did
just' my r
take the bad with the good. .
for South Florida 8 9-10-II
bill exemption
an I
i little red wagon. He scarred it all
Biding his One of those recently affronted
winter getable growers.
I up and I ain't ever been able to
time and voting with the adminis- was Moore Haven, called "a rather I SUANCE' "
find the nuts he lost and now you
tration forces on other divisions_ as sorry little place" by a hothouse
go and give hhn our swing. EH %3f.vr Ki/a ag asi-imTaaaB '
they came -up he finalIintroduced flower who was passed through during A'FESTIVALyn'
his amendment, announcing that his construction operations and who "Come, come," I says. "You boys JJX: WIDE/ GA i41S"L' 'lA/IVS .
must quit this bickering. There'sBO 'L
colleague, Senator Andrews, and the :.vrote a communication for Motor ,

two senators from Louisiana had ,Boating magazine complaining bitterly -, sense in your actin' like thiS'I'I I INDIAN gUN\ CEREMONIAlS DANCES .,.. ENTERTAINMENTS
still don't know whot the
joined, him in it. Briefly explainingthe because he was delayed by a
provision, he drew only a casual I dredge until the Scotch aboard ran all about but I'm downright ashamedof NATIVE RITUALISTIC DANCES MAMMOTH FIREWORKS DISPLAY

word of objection from Senator Pat low. Calling upon resourcefulness to all of you." PAGEANT WITH CAST OF 1000 FUN GALORE FOR EVERYONE

Harrison, the veteun leader who was escape from that maritime disasterhe Then Preston spoke up: "I can explain -

in charge of the bill for the admin- got, his shoes all muddy leaping about the cigarettes"-but be- INDIAN BABY BEAUTY CONTEST PROVISIONS FOR HUNDREDS OF .

istration. Without further remarks a from, the boat to shore and then fore he can say another word Fred INDIAN'BASEBALL GAME, ETC VISITORS AT SPECIAL RATES .{

vote was called for and the Pepper found nary taxicab nor telephone to broke in and said, "Aw, nobody

amendment carried 43 to 36. I serve in reaching a package store. wants to hear nuthin' about your old
all fortitude to cigarettes and better .: STATE BAND CONTEST
As the roll call proceeded Senator "It has taken my you just keep ; School and }
write", he said of such trying con- your mouth shut around here." College Bands in ..
was dismayed to note that Parades,Massed Concert of 1500,
dependable democrats were for the ditions-and Moore Haven can readily "Boys," I said, "this can't go on. including the

amendment and sensed that the Florida see that it was only hard luckto You'll either have to behave your- MIAMI EDISON BAND

freshman had lined up support be mentioned when a fellow wag selves or Fred must come in the

ahead of time. Quickly changing his feeling so low. house and" you boys will have to go 'WflT PALM

vote to the winning Fide so that he This intrepid coverer-of-the-water- on home. EDC
could move for reco.1 ideration, Har- front had to send in his piece beforehe "I wish they would go home." F L 0 R I A

icon scampered for the cloak rooms got to LaBelle and Fort Myers or Fred'shouted. "I tried to get 'em to

and wa-; soon roui.din? up his cohorts goodness knows the rap we would -pino.M. Xaq PUB saran aaatU araoq o3

by telling them that the Pep- have got on account of the settingsun

per amt admen "pr:ctically kills the being right in his eyes, maybe.

program" and that he would "throwup But even so we could very well put

his hands and withdraw it" unless up with it after making due allow-
the 'provision was \eliminated.In ances. In the first place we understand -

the Moore Haven's maligner :is not
really writer trade that he Is
;' his advantage, offering an amend- a by ,
ment to do a little something for just a ship chandler or somethingfrom
I Jacksonville who has learnedto
the sugar industry also a South I
Florida constituent. use the typewriter and found that
But the recip-!I .

rocity forces had r2.llied and the sugar some magazines will take what they :.'o', ,-. .." V 'j .. .'; % } :
proposal failed to make the can get. And in the second place he ;' '''. VV': <';;'I :" : Record of Dividends ofClewiston '
: didn't do so bad when writing about ., ::, "V.
grade. With '
that evidence that he Home Association
the waterway instead of how mad It t t: ': :'>. '. < :: : Building
had been I '
restored to command of the /,', .' :.. :'. :>' :..:.,.. "
made him to "
run out of Scotch and
:situation Senator Harrison moved re- ,
consideration of the vegetable am- all. It is true that he devoted only a j;' _. :,> ?,: : RATE RATE '
; few sentences to telling readers of :', !J. '.: i ./ j.
mendment '
and won out 43 to 37, : V YEAR PERCENT
Motor 'V i YEAR
Boating anything they might
having changed Pitman of Nevada, '
Mrs. want to know but if they waded ; ; .
Carraway '
of Arkansas and 1928 :: 5.5 1933 6
" Burke of Nebraska to his, side and] through: the persiflage they would ; .,
added Ashurst of Arizona and Mc- find him reporting "a well-marked :: \ '.1'. 1 1929 .' ': 7 1 1934 6
r 1 channel some eight feet deep and 90 \: '. : (: F: .' .
Neely of Virginia. Up for the second ';t' 1 1930 -' = 4 1935 6
(:, time feet wide through as fascinating :, : ; :.: :
the: Pepper 'i
amendment was \ : : ,'
combination of jungle and inlandsea \ : ." .-, '..- : ." : 1931 1 .: 4 1936 6 ,
;, then turned down, 42 to 39. I :.:':'i..,: ,, :,.:.;..',L.':,-"" \>''-.., '.' "',";;,.'!.. :, -
as jachtman would -
: any care to : :-- "'*'I' > : 'I
. That was the closest call the ad-' 1932.-'l 6

V '; ministration bill had in steering the reciprocity That should make everything all :} ; tl
. through the senate. ; :li-'j
t t That it was something of a personal right, even with Moore Haven. 1fr g ,

i,. triumph for Senator Pepper is indi- fort Myers News-Press. : .

cated by the fact that previously an ., .i :, ? CALL BY THE HOME ,

: amendment by Senator Vandenberg, a'aataaaataolixefdarlaaaeovaaale ,
r':- having the same effect, was defeated ; '. BUILDING OFFICE FIRST

[:',. 47 to 29, and several other amend- Too Late To Classify Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND
\ ments by elder statesmen
of both
return. Home Building has never paid '
: parties were rejected. just as empha- TALK THINGS OVER.
5.. :'. tically. CJ3y 'RJHsell Kay dividends of less than 4 percent per year.

\\' '.' H Is interesting to recall that this tUUUavcle>.. m.gm"5.a.. a. r In these days of reduced interest on savings '
first opportunity for the ''new sena- I
Nr', tor to show his ability had its inception You know kids are funny. They're accounts and reduced returns on other '

'r here in Fort Myers. It came when : just like grown-ups. Now take the V
forms of investment Home Building offers ( ,
>i: Claude Pepper was touring the state boys in our neighborhood: They're:

; as an unopposed candidate, getting good boys, all of 'em-Fred and Jim the conservative, thrifty investor the in- "

.: { In touch with the needs of the peo-, and Bob and Will and the other. vestment best suited to his needs. In- ,
;":. pIe. Here he heard complaints They get along fine most of the time

against the vegetable tariff and asked and are regular pals, but Just when vestigate Clewiston Home Building Association I

{;'" for a meeting with the growers things seem to be going along smooth
+., to acquaint himself with the situa-I, and peaceful, an argument will star ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTON

Jf tion. He listened attentively, found and before you know it they'll bo little as $5.00 per month or as much as
; validity in their view and when he callin' each other names, throwin' HOME
-:". introdu rocks and somebody to the hos- $1,000.00 a lump sum, you'll find a
::-- ed[ his amendment in the senate goes : ASSOCIATION!

I t.4'!,.. the other day 1.e said: pital. Home Building program adapted to your
: "T di. not press'lie to venture a. Now take last week for instance. PHONES 102103PAGE

X::. i.eaTinunt contrary to my party when was sittin' on the porch readin' the requirements. J

-;.J. it related to industries not vitally a and the boys were playin' as .I 1 J.I

part of the activities pf my own state jT I didn't pay any particular at-; ,
but I have peculiar knowledge of the to 'em. They seemed to be' ,


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,IN, :..:NNNNN:NN';..:I.:NNNN:KN:..:..:..:.:..:...: ..:. Mrs. M. M. Prewitt motored to I Y. Patterson received dice for low' the owner of the B &. B Cash Grocer begin the annuals very soon.

.West Palm Beach Thursday to take score and the honoree was presented )'. He tells me that he is one of --

::: Personal Mention :: Mrs. W//. M. Hoag who left for her with a box of candy. 'the towns bachelors. As I walk on "Somebody: throw an axe at you?'* ,

..!. ':. home in Jacksonville after spendinga Delicious refreshments of sand- down the street I see a very famil- "Nope, got a haircut."

,e-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....: : .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:. week here. I wiches, nut bread, candies and cof- iar person as I draw near I see thatit "Well, sit higher in the chair next

Miss Hazel Prince spent the week- -- II I I fee were served at the conclusion ofi is Miss Mildred' Ward. She tells time."

,end with her father in Okeechobee. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McMakin of play. I me that she is buying her trosseau,

Hinsdale, Indiana, arrived .Sundayfor I Invited for the afternoon were the lucky man is a big business man Here's a new fish story. .A few ,

a few days visit with Mrs. Mc- Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. from Jacksonville. My time is short days ago a Japanese boat sent out
Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams were .1
guests of friends: in Jupiter Tuesday. Makin's sister, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, I I.V.. Hoag, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, so I have to leave her. As I pass the an SOS after hitting a whale.

her mother, Mrs. L. H. Robbins, and "Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J. W. Fran- Buick salesroom, who should I see I

Peter Westergaard of Tampa and her brothers, C. E. and Joseph Rob-I cis, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. W. C. but Mr. Connie Clark, Oh, yeas, I almost Loss and Gain .

Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Couse of Moore bins. Mr. and Mrs. McMakin have Owen, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs forgot he is the salesman. I The joy that gladdens us today

Haven visited friends here Monday.Mrs. been visiting in Miami for two weeks F. M Wirght( Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, have my lunch and then return to May sadden us tomorrow, ;

and stopped here en route to their I Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. M. M. Prew- the shop. In every good that comes our way
---- home. itt, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. M. E. I shall continue my search for There lies the seed of sorrow.
J. W. Ezelle and daughter,
VonMach, Mrs. C. L. Downs and school mates next week so be sure -Edgar Guest.
---- -- I
Emma Jane, spent the week-end visiting :
Mrs. D1 Meluh. and look for it. Bernice O'Neal.
friends in Boca Grande. Dr. :Dir and Mrs. M. P. Peterson of ,
Washington, whose birthday
Ezelle drove over for them Sunday.Mrs. Providence,; R. Id., arrived yesterday (Omitted Last Week) was .
MRS. SCHAHX ERG GIVES celebrated Monday, is not only .;
afternoon and will be guests of Mr. First Grade News-
DRIDGE, PARTY WEDNESDAYMrs. thought of as "First in war, first in
and Mrs. Thos. B. Shelley until Sunday -
Clinton Bradley left Tuesdayfor Reading honor roll: Mary Katherine peace and first in the hearts of his
Mr. Peterson is associated with
her home in Boston after a visIt H. J. B. Scharnberg enter-I Dyess, Virginia Turner .Estelle countrymen" but there is another
the U. S. Engineers and located '
with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rogero was tained delightfully Richards, Grant Brewer. side to his life. .
here until about half !
a year and a
and Miss Faustina Rogero. ago when he transferred to the I ternoon with a bridge party honoringMrs. Spelling honor roll: Virginia Turner As a young man Washington was'very '

f .. "Quoddy" project at Eastport, Maine. M. W. Hoag of Jacksonville. Lillian Golden, Carline Berner, fond of the out-of-doors. He '

i Mr. and Mrs.' N. C. Storey of Miami He is now connected with the Providence Guests included Mrs. M. W. Hoag, Estelle Richards, Grant. Brewer, Ru- spent much of his time in riding and '

i' were week-end guests of Mr. and office of U. S. Engineers. Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. W. C. Prew- by Ricks, Billy Arnette Harold fox hunting. He liked dancing end

Mrs. Harry Turner and other friends. I itt, Mrs.. Deane Duff Mrs Fred Hill, Broderick Laura Mae Jacobi, Clif- was especially fond of the fair sex

The Storeys are former Clewiston MRS. LEYDIG HOSTESS AT Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. H. A. Bes ford Beatty, Betty Lou Emrich, Mary though he displayed an unconquerable -

residents. DELIGHTFUL LUNCHEON tor, Mrs. J. W. Francis, Mrs. Katherine Dyess and Dude Smith. awkwardness in their presence.On ; .

1 r Meluh, Mrs E. C. Mills, Mrs. R. M'I Second Grade News- the other Hand he was also

Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and Mrs. M. Patterson.A Spelling honor roll: Clarence
Mrs I. D. Leydig and daughters, a good business man. He
C. Johnson were visitors in Fort box of handkerchiefs was pre- Styles, Faith Mitchell, Dorothy Mitchell -
3lrs. Leah Spicer and Miss Marion was one of the largest and richest
ers Wednesday, Mrs. Johnson 1\lY-i teydig hostesses at sented Mrs. Hoag as guest prize; Jo Ann Crouch, Pat Bailey
were a delightful -
ing there for treatment at the luncheon on Saturday. The party high score prize, bath towels, was Harriet Alston, Louise Prewitt, William tobacco planters in Virginia.

won by Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, and \
a McCracken
Myers Hospital. was planned for the garden, but the Nancy Wright,
changing weather brought guests indoors novelty tape measure was given Mrs.E. Charles Benbow' Janice Norton, Mary After a week's illness Miss Lock-

A. W. Sias, who is temporarily assisting for the most of the afternoon. C.-Mills, holder of low score. Mrs. Louise Thomas, Mary Ellen Smith, hart returned to school Wednesday.We .

in the West Palni Beach Post- A delicious luncheon of pork O. F: Schiffli won the attractive cut Sammy Young, Gilbert McLeod, Ray- welcome her return.

Office spent the week-end here with chops, scalloped potatoes, cole slaw, prize. mond Trice, Ruth Emrich, Berkley

Mrs. Sias. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cato are hot muffins, and fresh fruit ice Sandwiches, doughnuts and coffee Ivey Bobby Maynard and Jacqueline

occupying the Sias apartment during cream was served at the dining table were served. Bledsoe. TURNER'S BEAUTY SHOP

I their absence. which was beautifully decorated with Second grade monthly honor roll: SPONSORS SPECIALIST VISIT

'I I old fashioned flowers, blue plumba- Ruth Enrich, Nancy Wright, Louise I

Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Womack of go and phlox' in delicate shades. A Prewitt, Janice Norton and Gilbert Kathryn Oneil Jackson, skin spec-

Jacksonville arrived Saturday for a I tiny corsage of violets tied with lav- School News McLeod. ialist of New York, is being broughtto

visit with Mr. and Mrs. P. G. White. I endar was presented to each of the Fifth Grade News- Clewiston for three days, Monday,

Mrs. Womack remained while Mr. : guests. Spelling honor roll: Inez Haven, Tuesday and ''Wednesday next week

Womack made a business trip to Mi- In the livfng room 'were arrangedvases Editor ...................__..Ethel' Willis Eric Belcher and Philip McLeod. by Turner's Beauty Shop. Miss Jack-
ami. son will give free lessons in skin
Ass't Editor Bernice O'Neal cor-
of roses and ,other cut flowers The fifth graders are glad to hear
from Mrs. Spicer's gardens. After Sports Editor ....._..LeRoy Have that Barbara Broadfoot is home from rection and will explain the amazingnew
Mrs. A. L. Davis, accompanied by ... discoveries of the year. J
Advisor .Miss Dorothy Lockhart'
viewing the lovely quilts which the hospital. We nope, that she will
her and son-in-law Mr/ Those interested 392
I daughter may phone
Mrs. Leydig has made the guests soon be back with us.
and Mrs. George Terrell and baby for appointment.Advertisement..
were taken on a tour of the'gardens.; High School Honor Roll for the Fifth Sixth Grade News-
son, returned this week from Way- '
Those invited for this lovely party School Month
Spelling honor roll: Elbert Hooker -
cross, Georgia, where she waa called
were Mrs. J. W. Francis, Mrs. Mc- (Delayed because of Miss Lockhart's James Brewer B'roadfoot. '
by the death'of her son, Benny Bar- FOR SALE-A Kenmore Deluxe
Laren, Mrs. O. W Roberts Mrs. Olin
is. ; illness) Pearl Bembry, Janie Brantley Gloria electric washing machine. Good
Carleton, Mrs. D. Williams, Mrs.
McDuffie, Beatrice Pratt Anne
and condition. 1000.: M. E. Morrison.j. .
M. J. Johnson, Mrs. Maie Wright, Eighth grade: Renee Wethington.Ninth Pafford.In .
Message was received by ClaudeL.
Mrs Kettl, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, sr., grade: Hervey Bourne, J. D.
Downs of the death of his aunt, history class last week we each
Mrs. Martha Ludekins, Mrs. L. H. Hooker Louis Leiter Dicky Patterson -
Mrs. Ida B. Spencher in Hendersonville drew a picture of the Viking ship.
Robbins, Mrs. M. J. Hirsch, Mrs. P. Munselle Stone.
North Carolina. Mr. Downs, The staff was elected last week m. COUSE
DI. Cate and Mrs. E. A. Houser. Tenth grade: LeRoy Hare, Fran- .
.; who had only recently returned from for the high school annual. They'are:

lIthe Arcadia General Hospital, left MRS. 11.f.:: PREWITT.. HOSTESSAT ces Eleventh Wright, grade Bill Owen.: Gladys Willis. Bobby Patterson, Editor; Gladys Wil- Counselor and Attorney at Law

t for Hendersonville to attend the fun- HOUSE WARMING SATURDAY lis, Assistant Editor; Bill Owen, Bus- Hopkins Building
{ Twelfth grade: Ethel Willis. .Ed
eral. --- iness' Manager; Dick Patterson,' Wednesdays and Saturdays
Clark, Bobby Patterson.
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt entertained The following students made anHA" Sports Editor. We are planning to 9:30 to 4:00LENT
1 Mrs. J. W. Ezelle drove to Okee-,
delightfully Saturday evening with a average in all subjects includ-
chobee Wednesday. Mrs. J. A.
r buffet supper and bridge party, the ing deportment and deserve special
Rumbley and for Miss Pansy Carter
affair being in the nature or"a house-
recognition "-' _..
of Richland who has been -
warming and also in, compliment to J. D. Hooker, Bill Owen and Bob-
visiting Mrs. for several
Rumbley her guest, Mrs. W. M. Hoag. by Patterson.
days On Thursday Dr. and Mrs.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs. F. First Grade News-
Ezelle, Mrs. Rumbley and Miss Carter IS HERE
were visitors in Miami. Deane Duff, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. The weekly honor.roll includes on-

Scharnberg, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kol- ly those making 100% for five con-

I stad, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, secutive days.'Reading .
A delightful informal tea was held
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor Mr. honor roll Turner
and : Virginia -
I at the home of Mrs. S.V.. Houseron GO TO CHURCH
the government reservation Tues- Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Beatty, Mary Ruth Johnson ,

W. C. Owen, Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Grant Brewer Carline Berner, ,
day honoring MIF. E. A. Houser on
Schiffli, Mr and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mary Kathryn Dyess, Betty Lou Em-
her birthday. Guests Mrs. Frank
were '
Ray Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. McLaren, Mr. and Mrs J. W. Francis, J. J. rich. ;.::,;:fs}:-..- Dr. D. J. Williams

Mrs. Martha Ludekins, Mrs. Olin : Harrington, Miss Jayne Harrington, Number honor roll: Virginia Turner : ':" oJ.: ,",

Carleton and Mrs R. H. Collins. 1 Jay W. Moran, ,John Lucaa, Mr? and Mary Ruth Johnson, Grant Brewer Fr. J. F. Walsh

-T Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. Maie Clifford Beatty, Mary Kathryn
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Hill and Dyess.
Father J. F. Walsh was a dinner
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.E. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith. Spelling honor roll: Virginia Turner M id't. .r ... W.e

J. Donovan in Palm Beach Sunday Grant Brewer, Lillian Golden, Es-
evening. His Excellency, theAposto- :MRS.: MATE WRIGHT HONORED telle Richards, Mary Ruth Johnson,

lic Delegate to the United States AT BRIDGE PARTY MONDAYMrs. Kim Kolstad, Carline Berner, Ruby
guest of honor, also visiting on was the Ricks, Billie. Arnette, Laura Mae .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:.

occasion was Marquis McDonald, Maie Wright, who has beer Jacobi, Mary Kathryn Dyess.
New York City. spending the winter here with her We regret to withdraw Ida Horton 2 I j.

son F. M. Wright, was honor guestat from the first grade enrollment. She y y. 1 .:..
a farewell party tendered by her has moved to Bean City '
\1t. W. F. Simpson returned Monday
daughter-in-law Monday afternoon. We glad to have Mary :J:I
from Atlanta where he visited his are very
mother who is ill at the Grady Hospital ;- Four tables of bridge and one of Ruth Johnson with us again. CLEWISTON 60LF i ii

with influenza. Latest reportsare Michigan were enjoyed. High score Billy Aspey has been absent due

,that she making prize at bridge was won by Mrs. C. to the fact that he went to Pennsyl-
some :
E. Mills, and low by Mrs. W. C. Ow- vania to attend the funeral of his
Mrs. W. F. .
Simpson, accompanied !
Atlanta. her husband, remained in en. the Mrs.Michigan G. E. Smith table.won Lovely the prizeat me- aunt.Second Grade News- ;1 i;: COURSE J111!

mentoes were given by Mrs. Wright Spelling honor roll: Jo Ann ::
Dr. Lewis E. Black, of New York to the honoree and to Mrs. M. W. Crouch, Faith Mitchell, Harriett Als- ';' ; 1//';.,

City and Rev. Alexander' Lynn of Hoag and Mrs. N. C. Storey of 'I ton, Louise Prewitt, William Mc- :::: 1I I,::::
Jacksonville were guests of Dr. and ami, other out-of-town guests.A Cracken, Nancy Wright, Janice Nor-
.:. I ...
Mrs D. J. Williams on Monday. Dr. delightful salad course was serv- ton, Charles Benbow Grace Ward

Black is secretary of the Sunday ed to Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. 'H. J. B. Mary Louise Thomas, Jacqueline' + III', .

School Department of the Presbyterian Scharnberg, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs Bledsoe, Sammy Young, Mary Ellen x

I Church, and Rev. Lynn is in H. A. Bestor Mrs. J. W. Francis, Smith, Gilbert McCloud, Ruth Em- .s. ..

charge of the mission churches in Mrs. R. Y. 'Patterson, Mrs. W. C. rich, Berkley Ivey, June Espenlaub,

Florida. Owen, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. E. L. Clarence Stiles. Iii

Stewart, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. Zona Horton left the second grade r .... Open to tile Public ] I
Mrs. Male Wright left Wednesdayfor W. M. Hoag, Mrs. G. E. Linkswller, and moved to Bean City.

Indianapolis to visit,/ her son, Mrs. McLaren, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Third Grade News-

Stewart Wright for a few weeks. Mrs. G. E. Smith, "Mrs. E. C. Mills. Spelling honor roll: Ovida Johnson -
+ +
i Mrs. Wright has spent the winter Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. N. C. Storey, Esther Brewer, Noley Geiger y yy

''I here with another son, F. M. Wright Mrs. M. W. Bigg and Mrs. E. P. Ogie Arnette, Mamie Trice, David 0' y'

and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Mutrux. Belcher, Mayme Johnson, Doris y: .).

Wright and children accompanied her Poole, Shirley Moon, Nora Oglesby .os". 's'f :
.... to West Palm Beach where she boarded .MRS. G. E. SMITH: HOSTESS AT Wilma Jean Tingle and Emily Joyce yx
the train for Indianapolis. AFTERNOON BRIDGE TUESDAY Bullen. f

-- Fourth Grade News- f y

Foster Meredith and son and Mrs. G. E. Smith entertained witha Spelling honor roll: Elsie Bembry, :;: Moderate Green Fees :;:

daughter, Z. G. and Miss Eunice Mer- bridge party ,at her home 'on Tues- Parmelia Bourne, Nicky Schiffli, t

edith, and granddaughter, Patsy, .returned -! day afternoon honoring Mrs. Maie Henry Chapman, Christine Redish, :: ExceptionaB! Fairways

Monday from Jacksonville, Wright who returned to the North Sherwood, Hall, Doris Poole, .Betty
where they were called to the bed-i Wednesday after spending the win- :McDuffle. interesting Greens :f

side of Mrs. Foster Meredith, who is I ter here. The Juniors as we will see them in I

in a serious condition in a Jacksonville ;; Mrs.. M. M. Prewitt was holder of '1041 {.. I j .t,

hospital The latest message high score and received a lovely bath As I ,walked out of my dress shop, '' -

reports condition a slight improvement in her M.mat, a baking dish went to Mrs. W. one Saturday, who should 1'meet but ....'....................'............. -9-..-..-.-........-........-.......-....-...........,...,....,.-.................-.....=....=....-...-=.-....or..-.........!...:.:or...=.....=....-=....--P.........:..:..:":-:.
Hoag for
second prize. Mrs. R. Mr. Jack, Wynn, who by the way is

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The Store Elevator
Operator at Home"Joe

; BRIGHT STAR oh, Joe, where are you?"

I "Basement! Coal, wood, furnace

Ii tools, jars, garden implements,
broken baby buggy-g-o-ing up!"

i "Oh, there you are. My, but

USE GOOD EGGS TO you're.dirty-"

By MARY SCHUMANN "M-a-i-n floor! Living room, din-

I GET GOOD CHICKS ing room furniture, rugs, china-

ware, picture frames, kitchen

Incubators Cannot Produce equipment-g-o-o-ing up!"
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Without Quality.By "Sorry, lady, next trip."
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CHAPTER VIIContinued17 your only object is to please Fa- give her more of her confidence.She ROT' S. Dearstyne. Head North Carolina "Second floor! Men's wear, la-

ther and Mother-you won't do it was evasive about where she State College WNU Poultry Service Department., dies' wear, baby's wear, night

that way. Mother was beginningto was going, or where she had been. wear, underwear furniture bath
Hugh drove his car into the coun- Some poultrymen are more opti- ,
like you-I could see it. One Monday night she said to Linen, cosmetics toilet goods-
try, drove for miles ,on unfamiliar mistic than businesslike in their ,
roads. Finally he drew up at a Jerry made a dissenting sound. her firmly, "Kezia, I must know methods. This is especially true of watcher step! G-o-o-ing down!"-

maple beside a field and sat there, His dark face was turned in sullen where you are going." those who assemble all kinds of Kansas City Star.Today's.

thinking. People passing in cars on profile down as when he, brooded..I to"They get Kezia frowned nervously as she i eggs, good or bad, for hatching .pur-
me come see you.
their way to church, nudged each stood with the screen door half I poses.
I'm not good enough for a son-in-
other at the sight of the young man law!" open. "Running over to Emmy's. You can't get more out of your Work

hunched over his wheel, ,a look of "Mind if I ask you a question?" Someone will bring me home." incubator than you put into it, and Finish every day and be done

stupor on his face. They titteredand "Ask away." I Fluvanna rose from her chair by poultrymen are urged to be more with it. You have done what

exchanged glances. "Did you go to see Kezia more the reading lamp. She watched careful in selecting eggs for hatch- you could; some blunders and absurdities -

Finally he started the engine and than once? Sometimes I have a Kezia's light slim figure grow ing. crept in-forget them as

drove toward town. He tun.ed in- 'feeling that Kezia is not really blurred in the darkness of the long Hatching eggs should come only soon as you can. Tomorrow is a -
to his mother's driveway at half- front walk. She was only a bob- new day. You shall begin it well :4
friendly toward me-th..t sht wouldbe from high quality, healthy, vigorous
twelve. Kezia waved to him bing shadow on the street, walking and serenely and with too '
past glad to show you off as a con- birds. They should be normal in high a
and came running down the steps. quest she had made." slowly now. Then as she watched shape, have well calcified shells spirit to be encumbered with your
"Dorrie has called twice. She saidto I her, Kezia's footsteps quickened a old nonsense.Emerson.Keep .
He laughed. "Don't I know it* and weigh more than 23 ounces to
ring her up if you came: over She's a flighty wench-half a dozen little. She turned toward the curb the dozen.

He looked past her with lustrelesseyes. the hook." where a roadster was .arked, your body free of accumulated -
men on should be several
"All right," he said thickly. "And you're sure of me?" she climbed into it. The car moved They gathered waste, take Dr.'Pierce's Pleas-
times day and stored in
a a warm
Carefully he backed the car down dubious smile. away. ant Pellets.60 Pellets 30 cents.Adv. .
asked with a place to avoid chilling, as that
: circled the eggs
the drive and then The next morning Kezia came
worth doz-
you're a
have chilled too much will not
he pro- Waste Brings Want
boulevard three times downstairs about noon, fresh and
Kezias he said with glib im
en duce good chicks. A temperature of
could force himself to go down his smiling. She came to her motherin Hundreds would never have
petuosity. "You know I think thatUThe
40 to 60 degrees is best. Hatchingeggs
own street. the library and extended a gloveto known want if they had not first
horizon filled
was once more should not be kept in storagefor
Dorrie met him at the door. Her with hues of and her. "Just a tiny hole, Mother. ,known waste.-Spurgeon.
glorious rose more than seven to ten days.
eyelids were red with recent weep- and Want to mend it for me? It's the
mauve azure.A The incubator should be carefully
ing, and the sight twangea a responsive only pair that's clean. I told Annato
cleaned disinfected and tested be-
chord of pity in him. great many things made Flu- wash them yesterday-but her ,
fore the inside.
are pjaced
"Hugh," she said bravely. Then vanna unsettled and discomforted, only answer was a dirty look! So Likewise eggs the brooder and brooderhouse ONLY iUD'dtt@l

choked and paused. "Hugh, I've yet not one fact which she could I've been industrious this morning, should, be cleaned and tested

seen Cun. ,I've told him it was all put her linger on and say, "this is washed four" pairs and numerous. .before any chicks are put in to COUGH DROPS

over between us." stockings. grow. The brooder should be start- will do these 3 things. .
He stood, frozen as a statue, his Fluvanna took the glove threaded -
ed in operation at least 24 hours be-
sombre eyes burning into hrrs. a needle. and all for 51
fore the arrival of the chicks, so
"I know now that you're the on- "Where were you last night, my as to give it time to become evenly Clear head
,. ly one I care for-the only one. dear? warmed throughout. your

, The other was= Kezia took a step back and shot Destroy subnormal cull chicks. e Soothe your throat
> "An ''nterlude her a look. "Just over to Emmy s.".
Do not brood more than 300 chicksin
t. "No- .a madness. Can't you forgive she said coldly. ED Help build up yourALKALINE
one and allow
ti "Who drove over?
me? you
foot of floor for two RESERVEWHEN
space every
!', She seized his hand. "Listen, The girl gave her a guarded
chicks. Watch the temperature
: must believe me-and glance.
closely; overheating is worse than a
I;. don't look at me like that-so cold w "Kezia, whom are you meetingthat
slight chilling.WinterSeason.
. and hard! I've been very wicked \ II you won't bring to the house?

;.' I'm sorry for the things I've I happened to see you get into a Honesty Is Best Judgment
F said and done. But you'll have p t tg car," Fluvanna stopped and Adds New Mere honesty in a man doesn't

f"\."' nothing to complain of now-noth- / pressed her hand to her side. Burdens to PoultrymanThe insure that he, has good judgmentin

::- ing! Please say you will!" "I won't be questioned about every winter and feed- all things. .J

[-:, Tears began to roll down her little thing I do!" management
ing of poultry places an important
!' cheeks."T'm so unhappy and mist "It's not a little thing; it's a
burden the shoulders of farm-
on 4
I:: erable. ." very serious thing. If there is some att. MY 0 CEDAR
ers, declares C. F. Parrish exten-
t,. The habit of the heart is strong. I reasonable explanation" why don't sion poultryman at the North Carolina r V a MOP KEEPS MY
Y He took a step forward. A com- you give it to me?
, State college.It .
pulsion greater than he, an involuntary "I can't.
.1' movement, and his irms "Why can't you?" is during the winter months < AND POLISHED

closed around her, closed around "It's someone whom you wouldn't -that baby chicks are hatched and BEAUTIFULLY
' ,
her in desperate yearning. allow at the house-so there!" started. The grower who pays careful "'
attention to the selection of qual- AND I INSIST
I dear know
"My surely you that
CHAPTER VIII i, / I'd rather allow you to have any- ity'eggs' for hate ng and then feeds /ON O'CEDAB

ri one-anyone-at the house, than and manages the chicks properlyis POLL SH, T00. I
in a good position to make a sub-
After the interview between El- have you picked up on street. cor- COULDN'T KEEP
stantial profit from his birds.
len Pendleton's parents and Jerry ners
Purdue, they handed down the ulti- "Mother, darling," said Kezia However, the farmer who uses t HOUSE

matum that they would not sanc- "He Really Adores YouLooksUp with hurt innocence and touching haphazard methods of selecting THEM.

tion an engagement yet. Let things to You!" appeal, "you won't scold me, if I hatching eggs is likely to get a

r work out. There was no hurry.In tell you?" devitalized crop of pullets and cock-
the reason." Michael, Margery'sson "No." erels.If .
July there was a perceptible
shrinkage in Jerry's devotion. He had ear trouble with a threat- "I probably shouldn't have start possible, the poultryman should

did not telephone quite so often. ened mastoid, and Fluvanna's eager : ed, and at first it was only in fun. purchase his chicks from an accredited -

He had vague excuses for not com sympathy drained her strength But now it's real. He cares for hatchery. Then the chanceof

ing 'since Tuesday. Lizzie's quick away through the weeks of illness: me instead of her!" She smiled having a poor quality flock will
; eyes noted the change almost as And what had become of Ellen? quiveringly; a tear squeezed out be minimized.

soon as Ellen, and used it as a So busy and happy that she never from the mist in her eyes, rolled

t: small whip to lash her. had time to drop in? She called over her ,cheek. She knelt by her Mating Purebreds, Mongrels

: "Not coming this afternoon-Sat- Lizzie on the telephone to invite mother's chair, laid her head on
The practice of mating purebred
her and Ellen for lunch Wednes-, "You understand Difficult Word
urday'I he had the afternoon on her arm. you :
thought cockerels with females
mongrel One word is the secret of most
r' day, but Lizzie was curt in her dear understanding motheryou'renot ,
off. Nor tonight? He
is carried out in instances
many financial independence:
refusal. Both she and Ellen had hurt? And now if know
has to business? .
see a man on but is not recommended an '
A good bit of that lately! engagements for Wednesday. Flu- you'll allow him to come to the authority at the North Carolina says I

When Lizzie learned that Jerry vanna flushed at her short tone. house-as you promised you would! State college The mongrel birds :

had been seen at the country club Perhaps she was a selfish mother He really" adores youlooksup are already of questionable value i t

: as the escort of Kezia Marsh, she but she wished that Kezia to you! and, while there may be an increase -
would be companionable, (TO BE CONTINUED)
was triumphant. She could scarce- I more in egg production, better and .

ly wait to tell Ellen. more rapid results would take placeif Jf

Jerry took some of the sting out the mongrel females were replaced '
of this information by saying to El- Training the Dog Should Begin Early; with purebred chicks. Where L-4 'tpud

len that night: "I want to )e per- Firmness and Kindness Bring ResultsThe chicks are bought be sure that they
fectly frank with you-I've been I
seeing something of Kezia lately." goal of every dog owner is derstand that you are its master come from an accredited hatch- I MlieveJ.J.1EURALGIC

Her heart knocked a little, but that his pet or field dog should be and expect certain things of it; that ery flock.and eggs from a blood tested I _

she managed to smile. "Keziayes well-trained and obedient. A dog the well-behaved dog may expect PAINtpddtetbectm1e

: ?" that pays no attention to his mas-' favors and friendly pats and that (

He watched her closely. "1 took ter's commands makes a poor com- disobedience brings punishment, but Poultry Notes

"'" her out to the dance the other panion and borders close to becom- never harshness. Treat it as you Market eggs at least twice a J tpLid...

: night." ing a nuisance. would a child, always bearing in week.

"She's very-attractive." Training should start in puppyhoodand 'mind that the animal is doing its ALREADY DISSOLVED

"Oh, attractive enough, but a lit- it must be borne in mind that best to understand your mind and Poultry on many farms are man-

tle spoiled. She amuses me. It in teaching the dog you are dealing I trying to please you. aged principally by women.

A,; occurred to me that since your with a limited mentality and one Kindness, consideration and pa- H *

parents are so set against an en- that requires commands or wordsto tience are among the necessary requisites A common mistake made in heat-

''-'_' gagement, it would be well for us be reduced to their most elemen- in training. ing laying houses is to provide too SMALL SIZE E LARGE SIZE

?:' to go around with others occasion- tary meaning before you can expect Don't get angry at your dog if he much heat.Artificial 60c G $1.20

: ally." the animal to understand whatit has a doggy odor that may be of- .

"Do you think that would help is all about, notes an authority in fensive. That is your fault. Thisis light in the poultry houseis

matters with them?" the Detroit News. not caused perspiration, for important to prevent a molt in

"At least it wouldn't cause so I Many splendid dogs are spoiled in dogs perspire mostly through their early-hatched pullets. ); e nr'0recosalud \

much talk. No one would be sure their early training days by the im- I tongues.. You can't expect a dog to S A Remedy for Rh um.Uc

that we were engaged-anc* that patience of the master. The ani- smell like a rose when you have Chicken mesh wire should be end Neuritll luffcrcn. A perfect Blood ..

would please your parents." mal perfectly willing to do any- neglected to give it occasional placed over the dropping boards so I PuriFier. Makes thin Blood Rich end L.'. '

Jerry had put the top of his little thing you may ask, provided it understands baths. In cold weather once a weekis that the hens cannot walk on them. Ht lthy. Builds Strength end Vljor.Alw .
lurfer( ?
car down and they were spinning yi Effective Why
and apparent "dumb- often enough, but they should never -
endless :'I 1I {ct.I.'Bi'l.Ic1N-.J'It.:
past an whirligig of mead- ness" on its part should not resultin be let outdoors until they are Poultrymen say hens cannot

ows and woods yielding to the blur a slap or kick, but rather in the thoroughly dry. Avoid strong soaps maintain a high egg production dur-
of twilight. She felt a bit sick that I VVNU 7 9-37
he would think of such a procedure. : attempt to show it just what you and don't bathe them if there jis any ing winter months unless they are -

want. Many fine bred dogs have sign of skin disease. Duri'ig the properly managed.
It was disenchanting .to know that MORNING DISTRESS
he could find been made into cowardly mutts milder weather the dog can standa
elsewhere The poultry population of Massa- is due to acid,upset stomach.
for through inhumane treatment and bath at least twice a week if nec-
k' an Milnesia wafers (the original -
chusetts increased 30.7 cent
"You're lack of patience on the owner'spart. essary. After they are dry they per
not saying anything. t ) quickly! relieve acid
between 1930 1935. Six million
What do should be brushed. In'fact this
you think of it? urged raised stomach and give necessary
Jerry. Before attempting training, the should be done daily. It is as beneficial chickens are now annuallyin / elimination Each wafer
the state and two and half millions -
She spoke in a low tone. "Isn'tit animal and its handler should be- as bathing, remove* dead hair for a equals teaspoonfuls of milk

it your wish and desir-i that come well acquainted. This is onlya and keeps the coat in perfect con are kept layers. of magnesia 20c.35c & 0c.

counts She paused. "Biu if matter of a weak or so. Let it un diti,,".

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SUNDAY Lesson ing the World war, an A. E. ,F. :;
surgeon told the chaplain that one cJ
poor fellow was quite V ,'
Dean of the yLBI I Institute hope. The chaplain leaned over V :j

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,,;! Lesson for March 7 D I Events in the lives of little people 0 any the"My word soldier blouse you, painfully.want pocket to: end," breathed home?" :'

LIFE HERE AND HEREAFTER -- The chaplain felt a pocketbook,
THROUGH CHRIST and took it out. '
Zi: uW : .
"Open it. ,;
LESSON TEXT John 14115. "Here is a $10 bill, is that what ,
GOLDEN TEXT I the the .
am way. you want? :
truth, and the life: no man cometh unto "
the Father, but by me. John 14:6.: I "Yes, said the soldier, in a ::1
PRIMARY TOPIC-In the Heavenly an M'1 : ; 1 I whisper. "Bet you that that I ,2
Father's House. V n--------- ) don't die." And he did not.-Frank j
JUNIOR TOPIC Many Mansions. LD O14N1
H. "
Cheley, "The Will to Win.
Why We Need Christ Always. r GcoDNE-SS. >
Life Here and Hereafter through Christ.It : SOUAJEDE\ HURT-) PLTi41SLED| Catholicity of Taste
was the night before the darkest ISTWAT ALL :V ON THE BOTTOM- VS Our purity of taste is best tested V

day in the world's history. On the t; THS' RUMPUS) _ AW CQMMit4'i / by its universality, for if we can V:,

morrow the Son of man was to ,?;; '1ST UP 1N HeRE<. WI-II1.-LETTHE only admire this thing or that, we :-.,.:
hang on Calvary's tree for the sins : i BABN CQ\J l 'AT'S may be sure that our cause for
of the world-for your sins, and for ., ALL! SHE K'IN liking is of a finite and false na- V:;

mine. But for the moment he was DO |S ture.-Ruskin. .

alone with his disciples. The last "-,.' ., t' iia-:: p AJ'4A\4s

h ( Passover had been eaten together, o HCO-
V.. the betrayer had been discovered, :
and the Lord has told them that he N N :: CNp4)
was soon to go where they could ?

not follow. Peter had, by his bold ]IF COLD

self-assurance, brought forth the : :
prophecy of his denial. The discipleswere J'ff:7'(

disturbed. Then came from the
Saviour the words of comfort, 'assurance c::' ISI9 V

and power which have been
the strength and solace of his peo- \ NNkN V

ple through all the centuries. Our \ \ '\N\ / j4J

life both here and hereafter is in :;:;,:: N:: 'tc-- \ YOUR'C
His mighty hands.I. m Ft ::

Comfort (vv. 1-3).
Troubled hearts are everywherein -

the palace and in the cottage, on
land and sea. There is a place of
rest, thank God! There is One who

still speaks the majestic words,

"Let not, your heart be troubled,

ye believe in God, believe also in .
me." : ; ::: do this now
His comfort is one which covers .: (crhL:4: __. ::: FII

the future life, for he says: ---

1. "I go to prepare a place"v.2). Before bed rub
-SO THIS! MMJSAID! HE "fB you go to
Concern about future destiny is set-
I WOULD( MOMEP.fir. HE J? SHOrT 71' nAND Penetro on your chest and V
tled at once when Christ Jesus be- rsEEr/t
LAST / throat then hot cloth.
comes our Lord and Saviour. We IFI :j ''eVER. :SEEN kIMV
need no longer. He has t Relief quickly follows because
worry goneon I Ol-/!
before to the Father's house to MY o'cOllfT Penetro is stronger, contains

prepare a place for his own. Whenwe : oo. 113% to 227% more medica-
come to that ever-peaceful shorewe ( ( LftEJI tion than any other nationallysold

shall not come as strangers, but i ) cold salve.
as sons and daughters to a preparedt 1
/ place in our Father's house. II'I And because Pcnetro has a

jg- 2. "I will come again" (v.3)) is / base of mutton suet, it con

the word that gives present mean- serves and concentrates body

ing to the future promise. He not heat to enable this stronger
the but he it
only prepares place, medication to help nature breakup
is who brings us there. The glorious
The aromatic
hope of his coming again is the congestion.
Christian's greatest comfort 'and : \ vapors of Penetro also help to
mightiest incentive to useful, holy OF : t\\ relieve stuffiness and soothe

living.II. the inflamed area.

Assurance (vv. 4-11). THE
Ask your druggist for PENETRO.
The doctrine of Christian assur- V 25(:, 35c, 60c and $1 jars.
ance is one of vital importance, 01, TIMKFiJMMy -rl l S'
and should'be taught in all its scrip- \ I SOUMDS LIKE. HOW
'ifi3.S( A4r'AflTH
tural power and beauty. Unfortunately IFo So ),1 HARRy THE -1t)5rLIHIS) MON FOL3t1D
it has so suffered violence at 11 WHAT "DO you HIMWHIN! WE'VEBlM Some JustificationWe
the hands of some of its friends THINK SAE ? love a boaster when he's got
that others have not only come to LOOt
fear it, but even openly to opposeit. R \ __ HIM FER TWO

This is most regrettable, for it 7 WEEKSQy !
is manifest that until one has as- A Three Days' CoughIs

surance he will make but little prog- V :F'C 4/

ress in Christian usefulness.The Your Danger Signal
believers assurance rests V:
fundamentally on Christ himself. E No matter how many medicinesyou
have tried for cough chest
Two grounds are given in the text.
cold or bronchial irritation, you can
1. "I am the way, the truth, and By Ted get relief now with Creomulsion.
the life" (v. 6). These words are Serious trouble may be brewing and
their ,own best commentary. Read you cannot afford to take a chance
O'LoughlinWNU \ with anything less than Creomul
them again, slowly weighing the
: = sion which goes right to the seat
meaning of each word. If we are V VV of the trouble to aid nature to
in him who is the way, how safe <)- V V soothe and heal the inflamed mem-

we are! If we are not in him? Read ----,----- -- branes as the germ-laden phlegm
his own solemn words in verse 6, ,Is loosened and expelled.
Even if other remedies have
.0 "No man cometh" unto the Father ;:: PgRsol4 ALLY, I Iaaaa -BE GLAD To SHOW failed, don't be discouraged, your
but by me. (v. 11). TheE _.__ LIKE THAT ONE- IT To HER IF SHE druggist is authorized to guarantee
In Christ dwells all the fullness of -i DU1 WILL THEBUT VA/ILL COMEINl Creomulsion and to refund your
the Godhead. He is not only a super- money if you are not satisfied with
natural he Js results from the very first bottle.
being, God. How can
Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.)
anyone deny that and read his F

words in these verses? To do so
is to make Jesus a' liar and Sometimes It's PleasureIn
blasphemer.III. V combining business with

Power (vv. 12-15). pleasure, one or the other suffers.
His followers are not left in a A
world of sin and need'as a little
group of hymn-singing' weaklings, /////If FOR THE HAIR
thinking only of the day when they ; M OROlDNlE.:
shall be in a brighter land. Ah, yes,
they sing hymns and rejoice in H : SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
them; they look for a better land;
their weapons of warfare are not
carnal-but weaklings? Oh, no! God E : A Case of "Nerves"Mrs.

uses them to do great and mighty I S. C. Boykins of
things for his glory. ',"'Jt'4 201, W. Davie St.. Raleigh,
1. "He that believeth" R N. C., iidou'JJn: 'all
(v. 12) COME ; V nerves,' standany ..
This army of God carries the royal SHE cA1pOWi4 I- iTfrWoAI ';"VV V":1't:,,' V .V noise or excitement,
crasr MOW- ;" had lost my appetite and
banner of faith. H I DOsVT KNOW V WHAT TO boTUST V {, V1 weighed only 90 pounds. I
I y c couldn't sleep well at night
2. "Greater works .' shall hedo" IT MAKES -:
I IA WHAT rO DaDF- CLJTMECFFAFEWI.5HOW ", ""; and felt weak and eothaunted. -
(v. 12)). Jesus only began his ) IT MOST TO I decided to take
work on earth. Its greatest development E DIFFICULT- = Dr. Piercc's Favorite Prescription as a tonic
and soon noticed a decided change, my V
_& '.vas'to be the joyous privilege = appetite was increased and then I could feel
of his followers., myself gaining daily." Buy now!
tit i New size, tablets SOc.. liquid $1.00 & $1.35.A .
3. "If ye ask I will do"v. V
( 14). Someone has called this a C
; signed blank check on all the resources D e eingla dose of Dr. Pe. ry'a Dead Shot"
of God. Faith fills it in, under ( expels bowels.worms.No after Tones purgative up the stomach necessary.All and.

the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Drusrrists. Rtc.D .
Moody knew how to use it. So did S Peeff'WrlJrbts 's

Mueller, Livingstone, J. Hudson ByOsborne

-4' Taylor-the list might go on indefi- e ,i3'er'. .; 'I' ,
nitely.: Shall we dare to trust God
and add our name as one of those Vernfu e

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ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC Sportsmen in the United States J ida. I Elements, in Sun Unions tiarllC ura iOn .
CHURfJMRev. and Alaska paid nearly $10,000,000: Done and order this 22nd day of : Most oMhe.elements fa und on the o}}!; and garlic were esth
-- -.- February A. D. 1937.WILLIAM earth, like iron. sodmnjv and copper lished :articles of food. in anClt
for hunting licenses and federal migratory ::;
Father J. F Walsh, Bl D.: T. HULL, are also in- the sun. scientists Egypt.,.
bird hunting stamps in 1935, Clerk Circuit Court. have determined.
Mass each Sunday at 8:30 a. m. tho latest year for which figures are (SEAL)

except on last Suriiioy of month available, says the U. S. Biological LOUIS O. GRAVELY, I
Solicitor for Complainant.Feb. M .1Printing (,
when mass is at H:30 a. m. Survey. They spent 9256758.94 for 24, March 5-12-19-26, 1937 m !G(

Communion Sunday for the con- hunting licenses and $446,919 for
gregation the first Sunday in each federal waterfowl stamps.


Religious 'instruction classes for FORTY VACANCIES IN MARINES L. B. MershonAGENT

all children attending public school TO BE FILLED FROM THIS AREA

immediately after mass on Sundays. .
Junior (children's) choir meets Forty vacancies for service in the New York Life ,

Wednesdays 4:30 rm.. and Satur- U. S. Marines will be filled from this .. '"

days' 9:30 a. m. at the church. district during :March, it is announced Insurance Company :. ','.1,; j

Catholic Men's Club meets the sec- by Captain A. C. Small, District ARCADIA, FLORIDA { "; ": F' '
ond Monday in each month at the ; .
Recruiting Officer, with headquarters ;,'
Rectory at 7:30 p. m.
at Savannah Ga. r.
The Ladies Altar Society .
the first Wednesday in each monthat Young men in this vicinity decir- Furniture and Homo Furnishing. ,!' '

the homes of the members run- ment in ,the ranks of the "Sea Sold-

ning in alphabetical order at 3:00 iers" may write to the Marine Corps PHILCO RADIOS {
I Household ; l >
I) m. Recruiting Station at Savannah. Application .
instruction class each I
Convert blanks will be sent on request : : :
Friday at 7 p. m. i ,
Mass on First Fridays at 8:00 a. Captain Small stated. BELLE GLADE FLORIDA, ,. .. ;: ;:: :,::

m.Baptisms by appointment.Lenten Devotions PROOF POPULARITY OF FLORIDA'S TO BE GIVEN!i \ ;;\;\;;; ':' ,

Way of the Cross and Benedictioneach Miami, March 4 (FNS-Further:I ; '

Sermon Wednesday and Benediction evening at each 7:30.Sun- proof as of the Florida's world's winter growing playgroundwill popularity -! //ua7Zt_ --- FlORIDA ./; :' t.}.: .
day evening at 7:30. be given Friday morning as the <\:. ;; ...: .,' '.,' ;;i. t.; : '.\ \ .
Mass every week morning at 7:45. RMS, Atlantis, of the Royal Mail I I -'l.-;;" ,.h: f -. ', .' :;.o.J""'

Visitors are ahvajf welcome. Lines, Ltd., docks here with some I 0 ,

360 cruise passengers representing a
;:N N.H..:N M u:..:N.N.M.N:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:N:M.M.NIM:. number of prominent Europeans and I V

members of the English peerage. I
The ship sailed from Southhampton -
Weekly from Home Demonstration
; England, on January 23. Arrival -
Specialists: Tallahassee
of the Atlantis here will climaxa -
":",":":":":" :":":":":":":":":+: :":":(":.:":": mid-winter, sunshine cruise which )
has included calls at many West In- I r. '.. '1" : '-- "
SHORT. HINTS dian ports, including Havana. A 3- : ':
---- IB :Miami will : : ) "i
day stop over permit : { ': \
The most important secrets of suc- the European. visitors to visit a number :,..T : IVierit :,
in deep-fat frying are: Using known Florida .' .
of such .
nationally -
> '.. ;' ).::7': : : :>:' If o:.: *S -\ :
the right kind of fat; heating the fat beauty spots as Everglades National /

to the right temperature and keep- Park, McKee Jungle Gardens, ** '

ing it just hot enough during the I Royal Palm Park and the McKillop-

frying; preparing (the food properly Hutton Lion Farm, as well as other l I
before frying, espe ially drying it points of interest in this section of

somewhat.The! the state. ,,

z Stop atjHotelpotrlcia fir. ,'.' -. :: .,
best way to prevent cream of

tomato soup from curdling is to NOTICE
thicken the tomato juice and add it 1 -4 '

to the cold milk. Soda should not i Having been appointed receiver by 1''
be used to neutralire the acid in the I the Circuit Court of The Twelfth Judicial "% ,11i' ''''; :. ,
tomato juice as it tends to destroy,!. Circuit in and for Hendry 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE ." ,'0 : See : ; "

the vitamin content cf the tomatoes. '! County, I will receive written bids : : & ;'
i for the rental of lots 14 and 17 in All" Outside Rooms With :;; 1& :
blocknumber 385 in the City of .
For a good meringue, allow 3 egg,I Clewiston the above described property Private Bath ..11 ,\ r ..
whites to a pie and 2 level table,I \ .f< ,: :'
< "
I, known as the Laura N. Holds- t, } lf {; t
spoons of sugar to each egg white, ai I worth. COOL, CLEAN, QUIET I I .j \:"" : .. .1 -, ,: ,
few grains of salt, and a few drops 'L. '' ; : \ "
; ;
I :' 'ri
of vanilla. Beat the whites until they Receiver.,'. Overlooking Biscayne Bay .,.';-'j, "-. 7.",_ ".: ... .:". "- .::..,: .
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are stiff but not dry, adding the sugar No. 109-March 5. Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and I : .,' r-, -. .. ,"..': 'Jt.c.r.;.(. '.:..'-:"-:'.-., ,
when they look glossy. Con- f ',': : : -
: :
Business Section. <.. f <
tinue beating until the whites are \. ; ,;., ', ,
stiff enough to stand in peaks. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Spread the meringue over the top of TAX DEED RATES The Glev on \ews

the filling to the of the
pie edge NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .
crust. Bake 15 to 20 minutes in avery GLADES PURCHASING COMPANY, $1.50 Single ;, -. I

moderate oven (325 degrees) holder of tax sale certificate number
until delicately brown. The moderate 836 issued on the 4th day of September $2.50 Double

heat allows the protein of the egg A. D. 1933, and the holderof \
whites tocook through slowly and tax sale certificate number 1998 Special Family, Weekly &' 1iLiii

become firm so it will stand up after issued on the 2nd day of July, A. D. Monthly Rates
the meringue has cooled. 1934, issued by the Tax Collectorof
the City of Clewiston, Florida, has S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
filed the. same in my office and made
Sheets ironed from selvage to selvage -
application for a.tax. deed to be_ issued t..
have increased in width as
thereon.. Said certificates embrace -
much as 3 to 4%. At the same time the following described property -. --
the length decreased_ fro n 7 to 8%, in the County of Hendry and
partly because of shrinkage. If these State of Florida, to wit:
sheets had been ironed repeatedly Lot Seven (7)) of Block Five

along their length they; would not Hundred Forty-four (544) in
have become so short. the City; of Clewiston, Countyof
Hendry, State of Florida.
DRESSY PRUNES The assessment of said property
under said certificates issued was in
the name of Emmy Fluckinger. Unless -
Prunes, rich in iron and vitamin said certificates shall be redeemed -

B and other food values, will be less according .to law, the property
apt to wear out their welcome if, In therein described will be sold to the
the months when they appear most highest bidder at the Court House

frequently, the homemaker uses a Door on the first: Monday in the .
little imagination i* presenting themto month of April, 1937, which is the y + fffJf
her family. 5th day of April, 1937.
DATED this 3 day of March, 1937.
A suggestion for breakfast prunesis (SEAL) WM. T. HULL,
to change the flavor a little. A Clerk of the Circuit Court e'7'Gp

slice of lemon cooked with the fruitis for Hendry County, Flor- o
one way to accomplish this. Manyuse ida. ,ltlRi
a pinch of salt in cooking prunes.A By Inez Magill, D. C.

little spice, cinnamon, or nutmeg, No. 110-Mch 5, 12, 19, 26, Apr. 2.IX .

makes stewed prunes a bit different.

When, :whole prunes only are used for
dessert dishes or salad, the remaining CIRCUIT COURT, HENDRY
'. juice be COUNTY, FLORIDA '
may appetizingly flavored -. e 't'I 4 I I i
and served as a breakfast fruit. !!I THELMA WARREN j
drink. VS r '

In most prune desserts, the fruit PETE WARREN.,

is mashed to a pulp; sometimes It It appearing byr affidavit appended ::- ; : -- \
t is sieved, but this is seldom nece3-. to the sworn Bill of Complaintin
t; sary. The pulp may be used as a the above entitled cause that the .
r I spread for prune .ortcake or a filling defendant Pete Warren is a residentof : '
for pie or ta ,.& in prebaked Metter in the State of Georgia and
r shells. For that there is "no person within th-
prune pie juice and :
State of Florida : :
service of Summon
." pulp may be a little cornstarch
in Chancery on whom would bind the
>:- thickening to make the pie easier to said defendant.It .
cut and serve. For a very dressy
r is thereupon con ?idfrcd ordered ,
r};". prune pie or shortcake, spread the and adjudged that the defendant i
.. top with whipped cream Pet Warren he and appear to the
.f; Spiced prune pulp with chopped said Bill of Complaint on or before i. 4t

-'; nuts through it's an excellent, Monday the 5th day of April A. D.
;'; quickly made 'desr l t. Or the pulp I IS37 otherwise the same will pro-
be used for p uno whip, a cup- tx-parte. 6A54UNE
: ful to three egg; wi ites, or for prune ordered that this order 66x0

I'may.., souffle which is b iv ed prune whip. I four be consecutive published weeks once in a the week Clew-for zwa tusEc"Ie: INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .. .
Hot New
:.' prune gingeil ead and prune Stston News, a Newspaper of General
pudding are two other ideas... I Circulation in Hendry County' Flor -
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